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CHURCH CADETS
PLAN ARMY CAMP
JUDGE WILBUR WILL SPEAK TO
YOUNG MEN
, Rev. Mr. Smither, Pattor of First
Christian Church, Is Planning
Visit Old Kentucky
Home . •'
A taste of military llfo will be given
Christ church cadets, who will leave
for their Bummer camp at Hormosa
Beach Monday morning. A mlnlaturo
efimy ramp has been arranged and
army discipline, will role tho boys, who
will hay« a dress parade each afternoon
at 4 o'clock. Rev. Haker P. L,eo will
have, personal supervision of the enmp.
The boysi nre. making greut plans for
the sham battle to be fought with the
United States army men next Satur
day. Tho public la invited to visit thu
camp.
Tho Christ church cadets wero organ
ized by Rbv, Mr. Lee shortly after his
. arrival here, and has proved one of
the most attractive features for tho
boys and young men ever instituted In
a local church. Tho military drills are
■ great attractions and tho club work has
■ been thoroughly enjoyed.
Judge Curtis D. Wilbur will speak at
the first men's service at the new Y.
M. C. A. headquarters, 62Ui South
Broadway, Sunday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock.
- Downey Conference Closes Tonight
Rev. J. J. Martin, who is well
known In Los Angeles, having been
formerly stationed at St. Vincent's col
lege, will preach at the 10:45 o'clock
mass at St. Vincent's tomorrow.
. Rev. W. D. Landis, pastor of the
Westlake Presbyterian church, is at
Berkeley for a short stßy. Rev. Mr.
Jackson will occupy his pulpit at both
services tomorrow.
The district Epworth leagrue confer
ence of tho Methodist church, south,
i opened at Downey last Thursday
evening and will close its sessions this
evening.
Prof. Tully C. Knowles of the U. S.
C. will speak at the Boyle Heights
Methodist church on "The Christian
Life as a College Man Sees It."
Rev. A. C. Smither, pastor of the
First Christian church, is planning a
visit to relatives In Kentucky in Sep
tember.
Rev. Dr. W. F. Day Goes on Vacation
An "at home" was given the mem
. bers of the Home Missionary society of
the Boyle Heights Methodist church
Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Samuel
I Reese at her home on Britannia ave
nue.
The, annual picnic of the Sunday
school of the Boyle Heights Methodist
church will be given at Terminal island
next Friday.
Col. Miles, Major Finn and Major
Morton of the Salvation army will ar
rive here today from San Francisco.
■ Special services will be held this even
ing nnd tomorrow at Corps Nos. 1 iiiid
2. The first outing for poor chlldn?n
will lie given by the army at Redondo
July 18,
Key. Dr. Warren F. Day. pastor
emeritus of the First Congregational
church, with Mrs. Day, will go to Cata
lln.i for a short outing. Rev. William
Horace Day, the pastor, returned from
an eastern trip last Tuesday.
Boys' Club Plans Outing
Children of Christ church Sunday
Bchon! will go on a picnic today at
Terminal island.
Tho new banner of the Angel City
court, Catholic Order of Foresters, will
be blessed tomorrow evening by Rev.
Raphael Fuhr, O. F. M., director of the
order.
Kpv. Bernardine Sohapnrelli, who was
erdain?d Friday, wiil celebrate his first
high mass tomorrow at the Cathedral
of St. Vibtana. Bishop Conaty will
■preach the sermon. :■ * . -. ■
The boj-s' eluh of the Church of the
'Neighborhood Is planning a camping
trip up Mt. Wilson. E. C. Hopkins will
have charge of the camp.
Rev. Raymond Subiron, C M., who
has been at St. Vincent's college nearly
two years, left Thursday on his way to
the Philippine islands, where he will
resume teaching in one of the Vincen
tian colleges.
Special Musicale to Be Held
The forty hours' adoration will open
tomorrow at the Church of the Blessed '
Sacrament. Rev. Raphael Fuhr will
preach the morning sermon and Rev.
J. Caballeria the evening sermon. On
Monday evening Rev. J. j. Clifford will
preach. The adoration will conclude
with high mass Tuesday morning and
procession at 8 o'clock.
A special musical service will be held
at the Church of the Neighborhood to
morrow evening. E. C. Hopkins, the
church organlit, will speak on "Music
In the Church." .
i July 15 has been selected as the date
for the dedication of the new St. Jo
seph's school and hall. Bishop Conaty j
will also confirm a large class at St.
Joseph' 3 church the same morning.
The Neighborhood league of the
Church of the Neighborhood will give a
social in the parish hall next Wednes
day evening.
Second Church of Christ. Scientist,
will hold the usual services tomorrow
at 11 a. m. and S p. m.. at Simpson au
ditorium, 734 South Hope street. The
lesson sermon will be from the Chris
tian Science. Quarterly, the subject be
ing "Sacrament." The reading will bo
from the Bible, with correlative pas
sages from the Christian Science text
book. "Science and Health, with Key to
the Scriptures."
GIRL CAUSES HIS RELEASE
Frank Schwenk Is Dismissed From
Court's Custody Because
He Wished to Marry
Frank Srhwenk. arrused of having
al tempted to hpII two bicycles which he
had bought on the installment plan
and had not finished paying for, was
released yesterday by order pf the dis
trict attorney.
The young man's case was to have
been taken up in court today on habeas
corpus. proceedings, but yesterday
Kchwenk again became master of hla
own arttloriH and hurried to Pomona to
meet his Hweuthearl.
The release was ordered in considera
tion for the Kill. Bchwenk eloped with
her from Indiana, and it was to permit
him to marry her that the district at
torney canceled »the charge against
him.
INCORPORATIONS
Japanese Commercial company—Di
rectors: F. J., N. F. and. O. 8. Hllde
brand; capital stock, $50,000; all of
which hag been BiihHcrihod.
Gamut Club Building association—Dl
rpctors: I*. K. Hrhymer, F. R. Llddell,
W. F. Oattß, L. A. Harris and A. Will
hartltz; capital stock, $25,000; |13io of
which haa been eubscrlbed. \
ASK ASSESSMENT REDUCTIONS
Corporations Tell County Board of
Equalization That Valua.
tions Are Too High
The vnrlous troubles of the big cor
porations of Los Angeles have begun to
enter into the dally discussion of tho
county supervisors, who are now sitting
as r county board of equalization. Yes
terday It was discovered that the city
assessor had assessed certain corpora
tions so much less than th* Assessment
made by the county officers that the
difference amounted to -several million
dollars.
Yesterday afternoon an objection was
entered by a Pasadean light and water
rnnrern asking that the assessment on
their machinery be changed from
$5000 to $500.
They alleged that tho Machinery was
nothing more than Junk.
A few moments later, however, As
sessor Hen Ward delivered a crushing
blow to th* proposed reduction when
he mentioned a certain Instance of a
few months ngn when Pasadena wanted
to buy the said junk machinery and
refused to close the deal because the
company valued the Junk nt $10,000.
INSTRUCTED TO WATCH
THE MOSQUITOES' LEGS
TO DETERMINE WHETHER CULEX
OR ANOPHELES SPECIES
Sixth warders in the neighborhood of
Fourteenth street and Fanta Fe avenue
fenr that matiiiin, a disease from which
Los Angeles has heretofore -been ex
empt, will be brought Into their dis
trict by a species of mosquito which
they have just discovered.
Near the corner of Fourteenth street
and Santa Fe avenue Is a big sump
hole filled with stiignant water, and
this is a most prolific breeding place
for mosquitoes.
Several persons of a scientific turn of
mind have declared that they have seen
the anopheles, a species of mosquito,
the female of which carries malaria In
her bite, and have laid the case before
the board of henlth.
Health Officer Powers declares that
the only mosquitoes he knows to exist In
Los Angeles are culex, a large breed
with a big bite but which aside from
irritation Is not disease bearing.
He advised the persons living in the
neighborhood to watch the mosquitoes
as they alight on the walls and if the
insect places all its legs on the wall It
is the culex. If only the fore pair of legs
rest on the wall and the second pair
are folded under the winga and the last
pair wave in the air It is the anophele3.
If this species is found to exist the
health board will sea that the stagnant
water is either drained off or covered
with a coating of kerosene.
Iliink Open I'oniuht
The Consolidated Hank of Los An
geles, 124 South Broadway, in the
Chamber of Commerce building, will be
open tonight, as usual, to accommodate
the public in general and its old pat
rnni. '■'-'""■
GAS FOR FUEL
Delivered to you in a pipe under-
ground, just as you use it, no
trouble to you. You buy just
what you want for immediate use
and pay for it afterwards.
I 1 GROW HAW!
/CURB aII Setip Dueuca rtop -.-ailinjt --ait. prcmw
Budn-jn. «rm» LuSes wid CMdree"c Hri: -apidlr
I FURNISH oul-«S-lown people home tretOuM
(Queiboß biuk anc particular! lor lUmp. I
Prof. C. A. CARLOW- Specialist
Rtonra 425-421 ClMnnt Nattenai lank I d».
ttf.M mi Mini »ti, U ABpiM.M.
GoMultalior Fk- 8 to i \
toner Harbor Tract
Lot! $328 to 9300.
BUTTERS A PAUL IXVESTMHNT
CO., 215 13. Ocren Arc, Long Beach.
817 O. T. Johmon Bids.. Lrf>» Ancelea.
INDEX TO PUBLIC ADVERTISING
NEW TODAY
Notice inviting proposals for furnishing
elfctrie current and incandescent electric
lamps for the lighting of fiUl street.
Notice inviting proposals for furnishing
elect ric current and incandescent electric
lamps for the lighting of Main street.
Notice inviting proposals for fin-nishlng
crude oil for the City Hall.
An Ordinance (Ipclmiliir: intention to
vacate and abandon a certain portion of
Knst Fifth str-^'t.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Notice of Public Work
Public notice Is hereby given that »t
Its meeting; held on Monday, the 4th day
of June. A. D. 190 C, the City Coun-
1 ell of the City of Los Angeles adopted
On Ordinance, designated as Ordinance
Ni. 12. 822 (New Series), declaring its
Intention to order the following Im-
provement to ba made, to wit:
Section 1. That it 1? the intention of
the City Council of the City of Los An-
geles to close up. vacate and abandon,
for street purposes, all that portion of
GRAVILLA STREET,
a public street of the City of Los An-
geles, extending from the westerly line
of Loma Drive to its westerly terminus,
described as follows, to wit: »»
Beginning at the intersection of tho
northerly line of said Gravllla street
with the westerly line of Loma Drive,
thence northwesterly along said north-
erly line of Oravilla street to the west-
erly terminus of said Qravilla street;
thence southwesterly along said west-
erly terminus of Gravilla street to the
southerly line of said Gravllla street;
thence Foutheasterly along said south-
erly line of Gravllla street to the west-
erly lino of said Loma Drive; thence
northeast* rly along said westerly line
of I/ima Drive to the point of begin-
nlngr-
Sec. 2. That the exterior boundaries
of the. district of land to be affected by
said work or Improvement are hereby
specified and declared to be as follows,
to wit:
Beginning at the intersection of the
northerly line of Gravilla street witn
the westerly line of Loma Drive; thence
northeasterly along said westerly line
of Loma Drive 50 feet to a point; thence
northwesterly and parallel with laid
northerly line of Oravilla street to a
point In the westerly line of lot 3, block
L of Collna Park, as per map recorded
In Book 7, at pages 36 and 37, Miscel-
laneous Records of Los Angeles County;
thence southwesterly in a direct line
200 feet to a point in the westerly line
of lot 6 of the resubdlvision of Mitch-
ell's Subdivision of block P of Colina
Park, as per map recorded In nook 39,
at page 68, Miscellaneous Kecords of
Los Angeles County; thence southeast-
erly and parallel with the southerly
line of said Qravllla «treet to a point
In said westerly line of Lama Drive;
thence northeasterly In a direct Una to
the point of beginning; excepting there-
from so much of said land, which Is now
a part of any public street or alley.
Kcferenc* in hereby made to said Or-
dinance on file in the office of the
City Clerk of said city (or further par-
ticulars. . '
BOARD OP PUBLIC WORKS.
JAMES A. ANDERSON,
7-2-11 10t Fresldtnt.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 7. 1906.
PUBLIC APVERTiaiNO
Ordinance No. l2.l>flT
(New Series).)
An Ordinance declaring the Intention
Of thft City Council of the City of !/>*
Angeles tn close up, vacate snd aban-
don, for street purposes, a certain por-
tion of Kast Fifth street, describing said
wnrk or improvement, nnd specifying
the exterior boundaries of the district
nffected thereby.
The Major and Council of the City
of Los Angeles do ordain as follows:
Section I. That It Is tho Intention ot
the City Council of the City of Los An-
f:«les to close up, vacate nnd abandon,
or street purposes, Ml that portion of
EAST FIFTH BTMKKT.
A public street of the City of Los Ange-
les, between the easterly line nf Cen-
trnl nvenue snd t!ir westerly line of the
Arcade depot grounds of the Southirn
Pn Mfk' Company. '
Sec. 2. That the exterlnr boundaries
Of the district of land to be Affected by
said work or Improvement aro hereby
upecifled and declared to ba as fallows,
to wit:
Refflnninjr nt the southeast corner nf
East Fourth street nnd Central avenue
Riid running thenre westerly along the
south line nt Kast Fourth street tn
the southeast corner of lluth avenue and
Kast Fourth strict, nml runnlns thence
southerly iilonjr the easterly Htm of
Ruth avenue tn tho northerly line of
Rnst Sixth stnot. and rti'iiilng tlienoe
along the northerly line of Kast Sixth
street tn the northeast corner of Knst
Hlxtli street and t'enlr.il avenue: thence
northerly along the tiisterly Hue of
CentiHl avenue to the point nf begin-
ning, excepting therefrom so much of
raid lriTi-1 whim Is now a purl of any
public strut or nlley.
Sec. 3. That the Hoard of I'uhlle
Wnrks of the City of Los Angeles Is
hereby directed to cause iinilci- ot the
passaste of this Orillniuice to be posted
at the places and In the manner as r«-
quirfvl by law, nnd also to calMs a
notlc : » similar In subsrmou to ba pub-
lished ns reiitili'L'd by Inw. In the >iO»
Angr-I?* Herald, a daily newspaper
published nnd circulated ill said City ol
l.os Ansi'les. and hereby ileslrnatcd ,ia
the newspaper in which such nutice
shall bo published.
Sec. 4. The City Clerk shnll certify
to the pa«sng(- of this Ordinance Hits
shall cause the same to be published
ence In the I,os Ang<-lcs Ilnralil.
I hereby certify thnt the foregnlns
Ordinance was ndoplod by the Council
of tho City ot Los Angeles at Its meet-
ing of Juno lj>, 1908,
H. J. LELANDIO.
City Utik.
I hereby certify that the foregoing Oi«li-
nanre was presented to the Mayor for his
approval and signature Juni :'O. lUiHi,
and Wiis rdurncii to me by thr Mayor
with his objections thereto In writing
June 28, liiofi, and tllftt the s*mo. to-
gether with the Mayor's objections
thereto, was Inid before the Council at
Its meeting nf July 2. 190fi. and at said
meetl.is: said Ordinance was reailopted,
notwithstanding tho objections of the
Mayor, by the following vote:
Aye?— Messrs. Ford. Mammon. Miller,
Hougrliton. Kern. Smith and Suininer-
land i 7).
Noes— Nor c.
H. J. LKLANDE,
7-7 It City Clerk.
Kntloc lin Ulna Hld» for KnrnlnhlDg
Crude (HI for (he City Hall
In pursuance of the resolution of the
City Council of the City of Lus Angeles,'
adopted July :.', TOH. authorizing a con-
tract for the material hereinafter speci-
fied, notice Is hereby glve;i that the Board
of Public Works of the City of Los An-
geles will receive sealed bids up to the
hoi.T of 2 o'clock p. m. of Friday, july
13th, lOiHj. for turnlshlng and delivering to
the City of Los Angeles crude oil for use
In the City hall of the City of Los An-
geles; said oil to be delivered at the said
City Hall, in said city, at such times and
in such quantities as the said Board of
Public \Vorks may direct for a period of
one year. Each bid must be accompanied
by a check certified by a responsible bank
and payable to the Oi.ler of James A.
Anderson. President of the Board of Pub-
lic Works of the City of Los Angeles, for
an amount not less than five per cent of
the aggregate sum of the bid. or by a
satisfactory bond for the Eaid amount and
so payable, as a guarantee that the bidder
will enter into the proposed contract if
the same is awarded to him.
Said oil must comply with the following
specifications: All crude oil shall be ot a
specific gravity not less than 13.5 degrees
Beaume or higher than 15.5 degrees
Beaume. Correction for expansion by
heat will be made by deducting four-
tenths of one per cent for every ten
degrees over and above 60 degrees
Fahrenheit. Tha "Gasoline Test" will
be used to determine the water and
sediment and shall consist of equal
parts of crude oil and 68 degrees Beaume
gasoline thoroughly mixed In a glass
stoppered graduated cylinder and left to
stand twenty-four hours, when deductions
will be made for water and sediment in
exact proportion to the percentages of
such water and sediment found therein
over and above two per cent. All crude
oil having over and above ten per cent
of water and sediment will be rejected
and vouchers for t.ie payment for same
will not be Issued.
.rxll crude oil shall be tested by the Oil
Inspector In all particulars herein speci-
fied.
The contractor' shall commence the de-
livery of said oil immediately upon the
execution of a contract therefor, and shall
continue the Fame as directed by the
Board of Public Works during the said
period of one year.
The amount of the bond -to be given for
the faithful performance of the contract
for said oil shall be twenty-five per
cent of the contract price for. the oil to
be delivered thereunder, and an addi-
tional bond in an amount equal to fifty
per cent of the said contract price for
said oil shall be given to secure the pay-
ment of any materials or supplies fur-
nished for the performance of the con-
tract by the contractor or any work or
labor of any kind done thereon.
Each bid must be filed with the Board
of Public Works before the hour of 2
o'clock p. m. of Friday. July 13, l!) 06. and
must be submitted In a sealed envelope ad-
dressed "Board of Public Works, Los An-
peles. California," and endorsed "Bid for
the furnishing of crude oil for the City
Hall."
The Board of Public Wnrks reser.ves the
right to reject any and all bids. , ■
By order of the Board of Public Works
of the City of Los Angeles.
HORACE B. FERRIS.
"i-'-9 2t Secretary.
Xotlre of Public Work .
Pub'.lc notice Is fcereby given that at,
its meeting held vn Monday, the <th day'
ot June. A. D.. 1906, the City Council of
the City of Los Angeles adopted an
Ordinance, designated as Ordlt.ance No.
12.825 (Naw Series), declaring tts In-
tention to order the following Improve-
ment to be made, to wit:
Section 1. That It is the. intention of
the City Council of the City of Los An-
geles to close up. vacate and abandon,
for alley purposes, a portion ,of that
certain
ALLEY.
being a public alley of the City of Los
Angeles, In the block bounded by
Fourth street, Merrlck street, Stephen-
son avenue and Santa Fe avenue, de-
scribed as follows, to wit: ■ .
Beginning at a point in the northerly
line of that certain alley In the block
bounded by Fourth street. Merrlck
street. Stephenson avenue and Santa Fe
avenue, said point being distant 30 feet
southeasterly from the intersection of
the northerly line of said alley with the
easterly line of said Merrlck street:
thence southwesterly and parallel with
satd easterly line of Merrlck street 20
feet to a point In the southerly Una of
said alley; thence southeasterly along
the southerly Una of said alley to a
point tn the westerly line of Santa Fa
avenue; thence northerly along* said
westerly line of Santa Fe avenue to the
northerly line - of said alley; thence
northwesterly along the northerly Una
of satd alley to the point ot beginning.
Sue. 2. That the exterior boundaries
of tho district of land to be affected by
said work or Improvement are hereby
specified and declared to be as follows.
to wit: '
Beginning at the Intersection of the
easterly line of Merrlck street with the
southerly lino of fltephenson avenue;
thenca southwesterly along said east-
erly line of Merrlck street to the north-
erly Una of Fourth street; thenca south ■
paiterly along said northerly line of
Fourth street to the westerly Una of
Santa Fe avenue; thence : northerly
along said westerly line of Santa Fa
avenue to tha southerly linn of Bteph-
enson - avenua: thence northwesterly
along said southerly line, of Stephen-
■on avenue to the pnlnt of beginning.
Reference !• hereby mada to said
Ordinance,. on file In .the office of tha
City Clark of said city, for further par-
ticulars. - ■ • . ', ,
board or punwc works. .
• JAMBS A. ANDERSON.
T-S-ll lOt Priildent..
PUBLIC ADVERTHINQ
Notice Inviting I'ropnonl* for riirnl.h-
<»nt Klectfie I.Hnipn tar the MitMlna;
. of Main Mrtet, irom MnrrhrNnnnU
Mrert <<> rim Mrret, nnd for llmrw-
Inat anil MalntMlnlnK th« l,fttnp»i
<Jl.>li«-« nail PoNta for »•!•! MRlitlnu
Notice Is hereby given thnt in pursu-
ance of the resolution of the City Council
of the City ot Los Angeie.% adopted at its
meeting of July 2, 190«, authorizing
a coiiiiALt for and worK ana »orvic«
hereinafter mentioned, the Hoard OH Pub-
lic Works will receive, tip to the hour of 2
o'clock p. m. of Friday, the 13th day of
July, lDn., sealed bids for furnishing thu
electric, current ana ln< >ui.l'.n< civ eleu-
ttlc lamps lor the lighting of, or for
lighting any or all of tne tollowlng sec-
tions of Main street, from Marchessault
street to i'leo street, and for renewing
and maintaining the lamps, glubes anu
posts for stild lighting.
Said sections above mentioned are de-
scribed as follows, to wit:
Ist. For the lighting of that part of
Mnin street to be designated us section 1,
and more particularly described as fol-
lows:
All that part of Main street lying be-
tween #tne north line of Mannessa It
street mid the north lii.c of Heconil street
containing flfty-iive (so) posts as shown
by. plan No. to.ol'O, on Ine In the office of
tne City Clerk of the City of Los Angeles.
Ml, I- in- ugntlng unit part of Main street
to bo dealKiiuieu an section I, and more
particularly described as follows:
All that part ot Alum gircet lying be-
tween the south line of Second street anil
the point ;m teet south nf the south line .
of Sixth stieel, containing tit'ty-tive {•>,■<) .
posts as snown by plan No. zu,i>M, on flic
in the olTiie Ol luu city cierk ot the City ,
uf I. us Angeles.
3d. For lighting thnt liar' of Main street .
tv be designated as section 3, and more
particularly described ns follows: ,
■ All thHt part uf Alain stnei lying be-
twetn a i>unu M feet youth of tne south
line of Sixtn street und the north line of
l'li-o street east ot Main, containing
tirty-threo (53) posts, a» shown by plan ,
iNu. 1'5,02(i, on tile In the office of tho
Lity t.'ierk of the city of Los Angeles.
bulu electllO current ulmll be lurulshed
tor i hi- lighting ot incandescent -eiectrlc
in nips to tie piaced on the said orna-
mental cast Iron lighting posts on, or lor
iigntliig any ur an uf tne above described ,
sections Of Main stieet. from Marchca-
Eault street to I'lco street, each of said
posts being surinoinited by tour twelve- i
Inch glass globes, and each of said globes ,
to contain tliree lti-candla power Incan-
descent electric lamps, and by one sixteen |
Inch glass globe to contain three thirty-
two candle power Incandescent electric
lamps, tald posts nnd lamps being as In-
dicated on plan No. ,26.481, on ttl» In the
ottue of the City cierk ot the City or LO3
Angeles. Said lamps shall be lighted by ,
means of an electric current having a i
voltage equal to at least 98 per cent of
the voltage for whlc i snid lamps are de-
signed. Bald lamps and electric current
shull be furnlrned, and said posts, lamps
und globes shall De maintained and re-
newed for the period of one year begin-
ning November 1, 1908, and ending No- j
vember 1, 1907. Said lamps shall be kept ;
lighted every night during said period .
from one-half hour after sunset until
midnight. .
.Bids must be made on the basis of the
price per kilowatt hour for the electric
current actually used for lighting said
lamps, and said price shall include the
maintenance and renewal of said posts
and globes and the furnishing, mainte-
nance and renewal of said lamps. The I
City of Los Angeles reserves the right to
reduce the nirmber or candle power of said
incandescent lamps, or any of them, and
the right to change, reduce or Increase
the time durl ig which said lamps or any
of them shall be lighted or remain lighted
each night.
The work of Installing the wires and
all necessarj appurtenances incident to
the furnishing of the electric current and
all materials required herein and herein
mentioned shall be commenced within
thirty days from i the execution of the
contract therefor, and shall be completed
on or before November 1, 1906, thereafter,
and said electric current shall be fur-
nished for said lighting and said
lamps, globes and posts shall be main-
tained and renewed for the period of one
year, commencing November 1, 1906, and
ending November 1, 3907.
Each bid must be accompanied by a
check certified ly a responsiuie bank, and
payable to the order of James A. Ander-
son. Presi'"-' of the Board of Public
Works of the City of Los Angeles, for an
amount not less than live per cent of the
aggregate sum of the bid, or by a satis-
factory bond for the said amount, and
sc. payable, as a guarantee that the bidder
will enter in^o the' proposed contract' if
the same be awarded to him.
The amount of the. bond to be given for
the faithful performance of the contract
for said work shall be twenty-five per
cent of the contract price therefor, and
an additional bond in an amount equal
to fifty per cent of the contract price of
said work shall be given to secure the
payment of the claims for any ma-
terials cr supplies furnished for the. per-
formance of the work contracted to be
done by the contractor,' or for any work
or labor of any kind done thereon. . • ■. •
Reference Is hereby made to. the plans,
drawings ana specifications for. said work
and service, filed In. the. .office , of . the
Board of Public Works of said city for
full details and descriptions of said work.
Each bid must be filed with the- Board
of Public Worki before the hour . of 2
o'clock p. m. of Friday, the 13th day of
July, 1906,. and must be submitted in a
sealed envelope addressed "Board of Pub-
lic Works. Los Angeles, California." and
indorsed: "Bids for furnishing electric
current arid lamps for • the lighting of
Main street from Marehessnult street to
Pico street, -and for the: maintenance of
the globes, lamps and posts therefor."
The Board of Public Works hereby re-
serves the rlitht to reject any and' ah bids.
•By order of the Roard of Public Works
of the City of Los "Angeles ■
TORACE B. FERRIS.
Secretary of the Board of Public Works.
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' Notice ot Public Work .
PuM'c. notk-p is hor^by givtu that *'
its meeting, held on Monday, •-, the 4th
day of . June, 1906. the City Coun-
cil of the City 01. L.os Augeto adapmtl
r.n Ordinance, designated us Ordinancs
No. 12,820" (New Series), declaring its
intention to order the following Im-
provement to be mho*', to wit:
Section 1. That it is the Intention of. the
City Council. of the City of Los Angeles
to close up, vacate and abandon,, for
street purposes, those certain portions of
■ CYPRESS AVENUE,
a public street* of the ' City of Los "An-
geles, northwesterly frpm Dayton • ave-
nue, describe!', as' follows, to wit:.. ','
■ All that portion- of Cypress avenue
shown upon the map recorded In Book I,
at page 57u, and ' Hook 9, page 27, Mis-
cellaneous Records of Los Angeios
County, extending northwesterly Hrom
th 9 northerly ■ line of Dayton avenue at
its intersection with Loreto street to the
easterly line of that: portion of Cypress
avenue lying northeasterly of and adja-
cent to block 2 of the Subdivision' of tho
eastern portion of tlie Jeffries Tract, as
ncr map recorded in Book 29, at page 11,
Miscellaneous Records of Loa Angeles
County.. - -•
Also: All that portion of Cypress ave-
nue, shown upon map of the Subdivision
of the eastern portion of Jeffries Tract,
as hereinbefore mentioned, and more par-
ticularly .described as follows,' to . wit:
1-eglnnlng at the most easterly corner' of
lot. 10, . block 2. said Subdivision; thence
north 48 degrees 3 minutes east and along
the northwesterly line of Dayton avenue
4.86 feet to a point; . thence north SI de-
gr:3s 19 minutes 46 seconds west 81.44 feet
to a point In the northeasterly line of
si.l I lot 10; thence southeasterly in a di-
rect lino. to the point ot beginning.
. Also: . All that portion of Cypress- n vu.
nv*o snown upon map of the Subdivision
Of the eastern portion of the Jeffries
Tract, as hereinbefore mentioned, ' apd
more particularly described as follows,
to wit: Beginning at the Intersection of
the northeasterly, line of said Cypress ave-
nue with the northwesterly line of Huron
street,- formerly Columbus avenue, as
fchown upon said' map; thence south 42
degrees 26 minutes 45 seconds east along
Bald northeasterly line of Cypress avenue
109.29 leet , to a point; . thence north 01
degrees 19 minutes -45 seoohds west 44.89
teet to -a -point; thence northwesterly
on a- curve concave to the southwest
and having a radius ot 2909.90 feet a dis-
tance of 66.02- feet to a point In said
northwesterly line of Uuron street;- said
course of north- 61 degrees 19 minutes 45
seconds west being tangent to said curve
at - the point' of - beginning of said , curve;
thence northeasterly . along said north-
westerly, llhe of Huron- street tf.W feet
to the point. of beginning.. _
- Bee. 2. That < th« exterior boundaries of
the. district of. land, to be affected by aald
work or Improvement are hereby speci-
fied and declared to be as. follows, to -wit:
Beginning at, the most northerly corner
of Jot' B, uiopk 2of t.ie Subdtvtslin '.ot
the eastern portion of Jeffries Tract, as
hereinbefore mentioned, thence north'
sisterly and parallel with the northwest-
erly, lint of Dayton »v«nut to a 'point In
ADVERTISING -
tha westerly line ot the Resubdlvision
of lot 87 of the Hunter ItlghlAnd View
Tract, as per map recorded In Book 64,
at pag* 32, Miscellaneous Records of Los
Angeles County; thence southeasterly
along said westerly line of tha Resuh-
dlvlslon of lot a* to a point In snld north-
westerly line of Dflyton avenue; thenca
southwesterly along snld northwesterly
line, of Dayton Avenue to the most south-
erly corner of lot 10, hloeit 2 of said Sub-
division of tr.9 eastern portion of Jeffries
Tract; thence northwesterly In a direct
line to the point of beginning; excepting
therefrom »o >nuch of said land which
Is now ft pnrt of any pirbllc street or
alley In snld city. ■
Reference is nereby made to snid or-
dinance on flla In tha office of the
City Clerk of said city for further par-
ticular-.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
JAMES A. ANDERSON,
7-2-11 lot President.
Notice Inviting Proposal* for KiirnUh-
flng l'-|e<'trl<* (.'tirrcnt nml Incnnclcn*
rent larrirli- Lumps for the Mghtlnß
of inn sirt-rt. ir.nii First gtrrrt i»
Pirn StrtCfi nnd Arouml Onluil l'nrtc,
nnil.l'nr lti'ii«-MlnK anil Mnlnlnlnlnit
(he l.nniiiN, Ulouen nml I'osts fur Snld
Lighting
Notice Is hereby given that lnf pursu-
ance of the resolution of the City Council
of the t'lty of Los Angeles, adopted nt
Its meeting of July 2, inO6, authorlzlnu
a contract for and work and service here-
inafter mentioned, the Board of Pirbllc
V\ orks will receive, v » to the hour of i
o'clock p. ni. of Friday, the 13ih day of
July, 19wi, scnled bids lor furnishing tho
fii-rirh: current and im .iihli-.m i-mi eiectl'lc
lamps for tne llgiulng of, or tor llghllng
nny or all uf me following sections of
llnl street, from Klrst street to I'lco
tstrect, and nrouiul Central Park, nnd for
renewing and maintaining thu lamps anil
jiubes and posts for said lighting.
Said sections above mentioned are de-
siTihi'd as toiiows, to wit:
Ist. for u.e lighting of that part of
HIM street tv be uuslHiiatoil au »eciion 1
and more particularly ooacrlbed as fol-
lows:
All that part of Hill street lying be-
tween the south line nf First street, nnd
the north lino of h.tth street, containing
forty-six tiii) posts as shown by plans
Nos. i 5,005 nnd «S,MJS, on flic In tne office
of tho Lily CieiK of the Uly' of L,os
Angeies.
i!d. For lighting that part of Will
street nnd tnose portion*) ot Fifth, Oilvo
und Sixth streets around Central Park to
he doslgnaieu as secikm it, und more
particulurly described as follows:
All that portion of Hill street lying be-
tween the smuh line of Fifth street and
the north line of Kighth street; all that
part of Fifth street lying between a
point fifty 160) feet west of the west Una
of Hill street and the west line of Olive
street; all that portion of Olive street
between the north line of Fifth street nnd
the south line of Sixth street; all that
portion of Sixth street lying between tho
westerly line of Olive street and the west
line of Hill street. The total number of
posts contained in this section 2 being
sixty (60) posts, us shown by plan No.
2K506, on file in tho office of the City
Clerk of the City of Los Angeles.
3d. For lighting that part uf Hill street
to be designated as section 3 and mute
particularly described us follows:
All that portion of Hill street lying be-
tween the south line of Eighth street
and the north line of Pico street, contain-
ing fifty-eight (68) posts, as shown by-
plan No. :!s.bii6. on file In the ortice of the
City Clerk of the City of Los Angeles.
Said electric current shall be furnished
for the lighting of incandescent electric
lamps to be placed on ihe said ornamental
cast Iron lighting posts on or for
lighting any or all of the above described
sections of Hill street, from First street
to Pico street, nnd around Central Z ark,
each of said posts ■fluff surmounted by
four twelve-inch glass globes, and each
of said globes to contain three lti-candle
power Incandescent electric lamps, and by
one slxteen-lnch glass globe to contain
three thirty-two candle power incandes-
ceiU electric lamps, said posts and lamps
being as indicated on plan No. 25,504 on
file In the office of the City Clerk of
the City f -' Los Angeles. Said lamps shall
be lighted by means of an electric cur-
rent having a voltage equal to at least 93
per cent of the voltage for which said
lamps are designated. Said lamps and
electric current shall be furnished, and
said posts, lamps and globes shall be
maintained and renewed for the p» rlod of
one year beginning November 1, 1906, and
ending November 1, . 1907. Said lamps
shall be kept lighted every night during
said period from one-half hour after sun-
set until midnight.
Bids must be made on the basis of the
price per kilowatt hour for the eiectrlc
current actually used for .lighting said
lamps, and said price shall' include the
mainter-nce and renewal of said posts
and globes and the furnishing, mainte-
nance and renewal of said lamps. The City
of Los Angeles reseives the right to re-
duce the number or candle power of said
incandescent lamps. # or any of them, and
the right to change, reduce or increase
the time during which said lamps or any
of them shall be lighted or remain lighted
each night. . ' :' '
The work of installing the wires and
all . necessary a ppurtenances incident to
the furnishing of the electric current and
all materials required herein and herein
mentioned shall be commenced within
thirty days from the execution of the
contract therefor, and shall be completed
on or before November 1, 1906, thereafter,
and- said electric current shall be fur-
nished for said lighting, anil said
lamps, globes and posts shall be main-
tained and renewed for the period of one
year; commencing November 1, 1906. and
ending November 1. 1907. ■ . .
. Each bid must be accompanied by a
check certified- by a responsible bank, and
payable to the order of James A.. Ander-
son, President of 'the> Board of Public
Works of the, City of Los Angeles, for an
amount not less than, five per cent of the
nggregate sum of the bid. or by a satis-
factory bond for the said amount, and
so payable, as a guarantee thaf<Jie bidder
will enter into the proposed cohtract If
the same be awarded to him.
The amount of the bond to be given for
the faithful performance of the contract
for said work .shall be twenty-five per
cent of the contract price therefor, and
an additional bond In an amount equal
to* fifty per cent of the contract price of
said work shall be given to secure . the
payment of the claims for any, materials
or supplies- furnished for the perform-
ance of the - work contracted to . bo
done by- the contractor, or for any work
or lsbor of any kind done thereon. ' ••
- Reference is hereby made to the plans,
drawings and specifications for said work
and service. • filed In the office of th<
Board of Public Works of said city, for
full details and descriptions of said work.
Each-bid must- be filed with the Bbarfl
of Public Workp before the hour of: 2
o'clock p. m.- of Friday, the 13th -day of
July, 1906.- nnd must be submitted In'- a
sealed envelope-addressed "Board of PirtV-
llc Works. Los Angeles. l California." and
indorsed: "Bids • for furnishing 'electric
current and lamps for the lighting of
Hill street, fronv-Flrst street to -Pico
street, and around Central Park and.- for
the maintenance of the posts, globes and
lamps therefor." ■•»'■'
The Board of Public Works hereby re-
serves the right to reject any and all bids.
By order of the Board of Public Works
of the City of Los Angeles
HORACE -B. FERRIS, ...
Secretary of the Board of Public Works'.
7-7 It . -„ ■
I' Notice for Illiln for School HiilMliikh '
Is hereby given thnt the Board
of Education of the City of Los Angeles
will receive bids for the construction
and completion of a four, room addition
to 'the Seventh street school building,
at corner of Seventh and Wilson streets.
In the City of Los Angeles,
to be constructed in accordance with
plans and specifications on tile In, the
office ot the Secretary of the Board, 41S
Chamber of Commerce building-. .All
labor and material to be furnished and
excavations made by the contractor..'
All bids must be accompanied by a
certified check for 10 per cent of the
amount of tho bid. payable to the order
of the Board of Education, and must be
sealed and filed with the Secretary, at
hi* office, on '• or ' before Tuesday, July
10, 1906, at*3 O'clock <p. m.. Nt will h
time the bid* will be opened In public
by tha Secretary, ■ ■ • ....'... >.'
' The Board reserves tha right to reject
any or all bldn. ■
V . .... . N. B. AVKRILU Seoy. •
•Lo« Angeles,' July 1, 1906. ■ •■
■ 7-1-10 lOt ■ •;'.'• .'■ I
| Long Beach Boulevard Tract
Twunty-four rum lot's on tha. Pacific
Boulevard between Los Angeles and
Long Ueauh. - within 2 miles ol. auditor-
ium und ocean. . Principal resilience
streets of Long Ueach run through this
tract. ■ Prices) 1300 up; y t rush, balance
1 s.nd'l • years. ■. bXACKoWAIX CO* 11
Locuit.ava,, Long Ue*ch. - ••;■>.■
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Or.ilnnncc tin. 13,0:16
(Naw Beries.)
An Ordinance declaring the intention
ot the Mayor «nd council of the City of
Los Angel** to chftngennd establish irn
grade of Knslgn avenue, from Temple
street to Bellevue avenue; and Bellevue
avenue, from that portion of Ensign ave-
nue extending southerly of Bellevue ave-
nue to Dillon street. ,
The Mayor and Council of the Cltr o«
Los Angeles do ordain ft» follows:
Section 1. That It is the Intention of the
Council of the City of Loa Angeles to
change and estitbllsn the grade of
ENSIGN AVENUE,
from Temnle street to Bellovue avenue;
a \ d . BELLEVUE AVENUE,
frbm that portion of Ensign avenue ex-
tending southerly of Bellevue avenue to
Dillon street, In accordance with the tol-
lowlng elevations:
At the Intersection with Templfl street
the grade shnll be 332.00 at the northwest
corner and 331.60 at the northeast corner,
as now f stabllshed on Temple street.
At a point on the west side 380 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
find Ht a point on tlm east sldo opposite
thereto the grade shall he 351.80.
At a point on the west side 380 feet
north of the north lltiu of Temple street
and nt n point on the east sldo opposite
thereto the grade, shall be 352.81.
At a point on the west side 400 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
and at a point on the east side opposite
thereto the grade shall be. 353.65.
At a point on the. west side 420 feet
north of the north lino of Temple street
and at a point on the cast slds opposite
thereto the grade shall be 354.31.
At a point on tho west side 440 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
and at a point o:i the east side opposite
thereto thn grade shall be 354.80.
At a point on the west side 480 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
and at n point on the enst sldo opposite
thereto the. grade shall he 355.20.
At a point on the west side 480 feet
north of the north lino of Temple street
nnd nt a point r.n the enst side opposite
thereto the grade shall be 355.51.
At a point on the west side 600 feet
north of tho north line of Temple street
nnd at a point on the east side opposite
thereto Ihe grade shall be 355.65.
At a j.olnt on tho west side 620 feet
north of the north lino of-Temple street
and nt a point on the east sldo opposite
thereto the grnde shall be 355.51.
At ft point on the west side 640 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
nnd nt n point on the east side-opposite
thereto the grnde shall be 355.20.
At ft point on the west side BfiO feet
north of the north line of Temple street
nnd at a point on the east side opposite
thereto the grnde shall be 354.80.
At a point on the west side SBO feet
north of the north line of Temple street
nnd at a point on the cast side opposite
thereto the grade shall be 354.32.
At a point on the west side 600 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
nnd at a point on the east side opposltn
thereto the grade shnll be 353.70.
At a point on the west side fi2o feet
north of the north line of Temple street
and at n point on the endt sldn opposite
hereto the trade shall be 352.92.
At a point on the west side 640 feet
north of the north line of Temple street
and at a point on the east side opposite
thereto the prade shall be 352.00.
At a point on the west side SOO feet
north of the north line of Temple street
nnd nt a point on the east side opposite
thereto the grade shall be 344.00.
At ft point on the east side 190 feet
south of the soirth line of Bellevue avenue
the grade shall be 329.35. • ,
At ft point on the east side 170 feet
south of the soirth lire of Bellevue avenue
the grade shall be 328.08.
At a point on the east side 160 feet
south of the soirth line of Bellevue avenue
the grade shall be 327.19.
At ft point on the east side 130 feet
south of the notrth line of Bellevue avenue
the grnde shall be 326.66.
At a point on the east side 110 feet
south of the soirth line of Bellevue avenue
the giade shnll be 326.51.
At a point on the east side 90 feet
south of the south line nf Bellevue avenue
the. grade shnll be 326.72.
At a point on the east side 70 feet
south of the snirth line nf Bellevue avenue
the grade shall be 327.31.
At a point on the west side 165 feet
south of the soirth line of Bollevue avenue
the grade shall be 326.(10.
At a point on the west . side 90 feet
«iouth of the south line of Bellevue avenue
the gn-de shall be 326.0 ft.
At the Intersection with Belleveue ave-
nue the grade shall he 328.00 at the south-
west corner and 330.00 at the southeast
Sec. 1. Thnt It Is Ihe Intention nf the
Council of the Cltv of Los Angeles to
change nnd establish the grade of Bette-
vue avenue, f-om thn* portion of Knslorn
qvenne »-tteni"lrtK southerly from Bellevue
avenue in Dillon street. In accordance
with the following elevations:
At the Inter«e<-tlo" with K"slgn nvenue
the grade shnll be 328.00 nt the snuthwest
nnfl rort'ie-ist corners and 325.50 at the
nnrthwost corner.
At *he |nt«rs»'"tinn with DM Temnle
road the graiie r hall be 3'0.n0 at. the south-
A->«t <-or"e<- W> fm nt n "o'~* "n the north
alnV onnoslte ther-tn, 3?2.00 nt-tha south-
west corner ftni" .TM.M pt a pnint on the
np»»h «lde nnnosite thereto.
At »he Intersection wl*h Pnrkman ave-
nue the ernd° sl-nll be 3.n.0n at the nortl--
ea«t rorner 3°* 00 at a -v»lnt on the soifth
side opposite thereto. 338.00 at the north-
we't rn-n.-"- ""* M" 10 it a point On the
sn<>th slrte nnnnslte thereto. .»"',"»
At n point nn the north sldo 90 feet
west nf the we«t line of Parkmn « "venue
the (trnde «=hfl!l be 3M.fO and 343.20 at a
point on the south side opposite thereto.
At a point nn the north side 110 .feet
west of the we«t line nf Parkman avenue
the grnde shall be 31-..76 nnd 344.5 1 ! Nt a
point nn .the. south side opposite thereto.
At n nnlnt nn the ro-th «lde 130 feet
-vest of the west line of Parkmnn avenue
the grade slim! fre 346.32 and 345.30 at a
point on the 'south side nnposlto thereto.
At a nnlnt on the north side 150 feet
west of the west line nf PnrVmnn nvenue
the grade shall he 346.28 and 345.55! at a
point on the south side onposite. thereto.
At a point nn the novth *lde 170 feet
vest of the west line of Pnrkman avenue
the grade shall he 345.63 and 315.20 ata
point on the south side onposite thereto.
At t< point on the north fide 190 feet
west of the west line of Parkman avenue
the grade shall be 344.38 and 344.33 ata
point on the south side onposlto thereto.
At a point on the north side 210 feet
west of the west line of Parkman avenue
the grade shall be 342.52 and 342.91 at a
point on the south side opnoslte thereto.
\t t.ie intersection with Vendome street
the grade shall be 334.00 at the nbrtheast
corner 330.00 at the northwest corner
end iKfi.OO at a point on the south side
opposite thereto.
At the intersection with Ellett street
the grade shnllbe 286.00 at the northeast
corner snd 286.00 at a point on th» south
sine opposite thereto. • ' . .
At the intersection with Dillon street
the grndA shall be 284.00 at the southeast
corner. 28T0Q. at the southwest corner and
284.00 nt the northwest corner.
And at all points between said desig-
nated points' the gride shall bo estab-
lished so as to conform to t> straight
line drawn between said designated
points." ....
Elevations refer to the top of the curb,
are In fe»t nnd are above a plane which
Is ?55 feet below City datum plane.
Bee S. That the exterior boundaries -if
the district which Is hereby declared to
be benefited by said chorge of prade and
to be assessed to pay the benefits, dam-
ages nnd costs thereof are hereby de-
scribed as follows:
Beginning at the southeast corner of
Bellevue avenue end Dillon street; thence
southerly along the easterly line of Dil-
lon street to the most westerly corner of
lot 28, block 5. Man df Bellevua Temple
Tract, recorded In Book 42. page 13. Mis-
cellaneous Records of Los Angeles
County; thence easterly tn a direct line
to the most southerly corner nf lot 2,
said block 5: thence easterly and parallel
with the southerly line of nellevue ave-
nue to a point distant 120 feet westerly
of the westerly line of Enslsrn nvenuo;
thence southerly nnd parallel -with the
westerly line of Ensign avenue to the
most westerly corner nf lot 5 nf Amended
Map . of Picklnsnn's Grand View Tract,
recorded In Book 8, page 124 ot Maps,
Records of Los Angeles County; thence
westerly In a direct line to the most
northerly corner of lot 21. block 2. Map
of the Acme Tract, recorded In Book 18.
page 4t, Miscellaneous . Records ot Los
Angeles ■ County: thence southerly In a
direct, line to the most westerly corner
of lot 16. said block 2; thenca easterly
In ''a direct line to -the' most, northerly
rorner of lot It. said block 2; thence
soirtherly along the westerly ' line of 10l
115 ' and the produced ! westerly line of
lot IS to tha northerly Una of Temnle
street: thence easterly along the 1 north-
erly line of Templa street to the, most
southerly corner of lot £3. block B, Man
of Temple Street Villa Tract, recorded
In-B6ok 6. page 15. Map Records of Lot
Angeles County; thenca. , northerly ■In a
direct line to the most easterly corner of
_ p _4_!r l -9- ADV - !^Tl^ l - N -9
said lot M; thpnee easterly In a direct
l'ne to the most southerly corner of lot
73, Mid block B; thence northerly In ft
direct line to the most easterly corner of
lot R, said blot-k B| thenre westerly In A
direct line to the most winterly corner of
lot 85. said block H; thrnrp northerly In
ft direct lln« tn the most northerly corner
of lot 1, block A, unlrl Map nf Templa
■treet Villa Tract; thencfi northwesterly
n a direct lit i to thfi northwesterly cor-
ner of Kn.mgn avenue nnd Bellnvne ave-
nue; thence northerly along the westerly
line, of Knslcn avenue to the. most east-
erly corner nf lot 1 of Robert F. Jones'
Tract number one. recorded In nook R,
inge 47, Mnp Records of I,os Angeles
■"otinty; thence westerly In a direct lino
n tho most northerly corner of lot 83 of
Robert F. Jones' Tract number two, re«
corded in Bonk 8. pnge. ll«, Mnp Records
of Los Angeles, County; thence, northerly
In ft direct line to the most easterly coro-
ner of lot 34. snld Robert F. Jones' Tract
number two; thenrn westerly -ilong the.
northerly line of lots 81, 3R and SB, said
Robert P. Jones' Tract number two. and
he produced northerly line, of snld lot
3H to the. westerly line of lot 1, snld Rob-
ert F. Jonca" Trnrt nimiher two; thenre
southerly along the westerly line nf saM
lot 1 to the northeast, corner of Bciievno
avenue, and Dillon street; thence south-
erly In a direct line to the, point of be-
ginning; excepting therefrom nnv Innrt
therein contained which Is now «. part nf
any public street or nlley.
Sec. 4. T!io Board nf Public Works
shnll cause notice of the. passage of this
Ordinance, tn he posted In the mnnner find
within the time, provided by law.
Sec. K. The City Clerk shall certify to
the passnge of this Ordinance and shall
cause tho same, to be published
for ten dnysi In the. to* Angeles Herald,
nnd thereupon nnd thereafter it shftll.
take effect nnd he in force.
I hereby certify thnt the foregoln*
Ordinance was adopted by the Council
of the City of Ln« Angeles at Us meet-
ing of June 25, 1906.
H. J. LELANftE,
City Clerk.
Approved this 2d day uf July, IMS.
OWEN McALI-RR,
7-B-14 mt Mayor.
Notice of I'nbllp Work
Public notice Is hereby given that at
its meeting held on Monday, the 4th
day of June, 1908. the City Council of
:ho City of Los Angeles adopted an
Ordlnnnce. designated as Ordlnnnce No.
12,818 (New Series), declaring Its In-
tention to order thn following Improve-
ment to be made, to wit:
Section 1. Thnt it Is the Intention of
the City Council of the City of Los An-
geles to close up, vaonte nnd abandon,
for street purposes, all that portion, of
GRANADA STREET,
a public street of the City of Los An-
geles, between Avenue Fifty-three and
Highland avenue, described as follows,
to wit:
Beginning at the most northerly cor-
ner of lot 93 of Hampton terrace, as per
map recorded In Book 7 of Maps, at
pages 14 and 15. Records of Los Angeles
County; thence north B9 degrees 19
minutes cast nlong the prolongation of -
the southerly line of Granada street 25.01
feet to a point; thence north 69 degrees
30 minutes east 24.96 feet to a point In
the southwesterly line of lot 40, said
Hampton terrace; thence south 30 de-
grees 30 minutes east along said south-
westerly line of lot 40 a distance of f1.15
feet to the most southerly corner of said
lot 40; thence north S9 degrees 47 minutes
30 seconds east along the northerly lino ~"
of Granada street 127.9fl feet to a point;
thence south 59 degrees 30 minutes west
60 feet to a point In the northwesterly
prolongation of the westerly line of
Avenue Fifty-three, as shown upon said
map; thence south 30 degrees 27 mlnute3
east along said northwesterly prolonga-
tion of the westerly line of Avenue Fifty-
three a distance of 28.03 feet to the
southerly line of said Granada street;
thence south 89 degrees 47 minutes 30
seconds west along snld southerly line ot
Granada street 128.09 feet to a point;
thence north 30 degrees 30 minutes west
49.114 feet to the point of beginning.
Sec. 2. That the exterior boundaries of
the district of land to be affected by
said work or Improvement are hereby
specified and declared to be as follows,
to wit:
Beginning at the most westerly cor-
ner ot lot 42 of Hampton terrace, as
hereinbefore mentioned; thence . north-
easterly in a direct line to the most
northerly corner of said lot 42; thence
southeasterly along the northerly lino of
said lot 42 to the most northerly corner
of lot 53, said Hampton terrace; thence
southeasterly along the northerly line of
said lot 53 to the most easterly corner of
said lot 63; thence southerly along tha
easterly line of lot 37, said Hampton ter-
race, to the most southerly corner of
said lot 37; thence southerly In a direct
Una to the most easterly corner of lot
94, Bald Hampton terrace; thence south-
westerly In a direct line to the most
southerly corner of said lot 94; thence
northwesterly In a direct line to the most
westerly corner of said lot 95. said Hamp-
ton terrace; thence northeasterly in a'
direct line to the most northerly corner
of said lot 95; thence northwesterly in a
direct line to the point of beginning; ex-
cepting so much of said land which is
row a part of any street or alley in
said city.
Keferonce is hereby made to said
Ordinance, on, file in the office of the
City Clerk of said city, for further par-
ticulars.
BOARD OF PUBLIC 'WORKS,
- of the City of Los Angeles,
JAMES A. ANDERSON,
7-2-11 lOt . President.
Notice of Street Work
Public notice is hereby given that on
Monday, the 11th day of June, A. D.
1906, the Council of the City of Loa
Angeles did, at its meeting on said,
day, adopt an Ordinance of Intention,
numbered 12,860 (New Series), to have
the following work done, to wit:
That a vitrified pipe sewer be con-
jtructod In said city in
OLIVE STREET,
from Temple street to Court street,
between the points, on the lines,
at the elevations and on the grades as ar<>
designated on the plan and profile ot
said sewer on file in the -office of the City
Engineer ot said city, said plan and
profile being numbered 16,598 in the rec-.
ords of said office; said sewer shall ba
built across such street or alley Intersec- •
tions, and with such manholes. Junction
chambers, flushtanks, iron covers, steps
and buckets, and other appurtenances, .
as are designated upon said plan and .
profile. •
Said Improvement shall be construoted
in accordance with said plan and profile;
In accordance with plans Nos. 25,502, 25.452,
25,454, 26.455 and 25,453. on file in the office
of the said City Engineer; and in further
accordance with tne specifications therefor
en file in the of flee of the City Clerk of,
eald city, said specifications being en-
titled "Specifications for the construction
of a sewer in Olive street, from Templa
street to Court street, in the City of Los
Angeles," and which specifications wero
approved by said Council at its meeting
of June 11, 1906, which said plan and pro-
hie, said plans and said specifications are
hereby referred to for more particular
description of said work.
That the said contemplated work
of Improvement, In the opinion of
raid City Council, is of more than local
or ordinacy public benefit, and said City
Council hereby declares that the district .
in the said City of Los' Angeles benefited
by said work or Improvement, and to ba
assessed to pay the costs and expenses
thereof. Is described as follows:
All that portion of the City ot Los
Angeles Included within the following
described exterior boundary line, to wit:
Commencing at a point on the south-
westerly line of Temple street, said point
being SO feet southeasterly from the inter-
section of said last mentioned, line with
the southeasterly line of Olive street;
thence from said point of beginning south-
westerly and parallel to said southeast-
erly line of Olive street to a point on tha
northeasterly line of lot 6 of Townsend's,
Subdivision ot a portion of block B, Mott
Tract, as per map recorded In Book 1,
page 41 of Maps, Records of Lob Angeles
County; thence southeasterly along said,
last mentioned line 50 feet to a point;
thence southwesterly and parallel to tha
said southeasterly line of Olive street to
a point on the southwesterly line of lot
2 of said last mentioned map; thence
north 61 degrees 68 minutes west 60 feet
to a point; thence southwesterly and par-
allel to the Bald southeasterly Hue of
Olive street to a point on tha northeast-
erly line ot Court street; thence norths
westerly along said last mentioned Una
250 feet to a point; thence northeasterly
and parallel to the northwesterly Una ot
said Olive atreet 330 feet to a point: thenco
southeasterly and parallel to tne said
northeasterly line of Court street 100 feet
to a point; thence northeasterly and paN
allel to said northwesterly line of Ollva
street to a point on said southwesterly
line of Temple street; thence southeast',
erly along said last mentioned Una to tha
point of beginning. j,'aj!
Reference is hereby made to said
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars. V
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKB ,
-of tha City of Los Angeles. ,
By JAIIEB A. ANDKRSON. k
7-2-7 «t Pre»ld«nt«

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