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ENGINE AND CARS
PILE UP HIGH
WRECK AT CASA BLANCA A
COSTLY DERAILMENT
Chicago Carpenter Killed and En.
Sinter's Legs Are Broken — Tele.
phone Was Crippled by the
Accident
Special to The Herald.
HlVEnsinK, July I".— A disastrous
wreck occurred on the Sunta Fe nt Oasa
Hlnncn, ten miles south of lllverslde, at
4 o'clock this morning. ■ . . \ ■
Overland freight train No. 33, south
bound, struck a defective switch with
tho result thnt the engine nnd cloven
cars were piled in v heap and thnt one
man wns killed nnd another seriously
Injured. When the engine left the track
It did not nt once turn over, mid the
engineer nnd fireman both Jumped.
Engineer Ouy Fish Struck heavily on
hlfl toes nnd his left lea wna broken.
Curs were piled throe deer, nnd . tlio
telephone and telegraph wires alonaldo
tho trnck were severed by llio wreck.
This shut off communication over the
Sunset telephone -vlth Los Angeles for
several hours.
Immediately after the trnln crew be
ban to overhnul the debris tho body of
a man was discovered, his head being;
mashed. Coroner Dickson wns notified
nnd an> Inquest wns hold. It developed
that the dead mf.n wns George Kelley,
a carpenter about C 2 years of ngo. He
was brought to San FSernnrdlno June 1
by the Santa Ke, nnd on Saturday night
had been laid oft until Aumiat 1. The
crew did not know that he was aboard
the train, and It Is presumed that he
was stealing a ride to Los Anpeles.
Traffic was no*, delayed, an the acci
dent occurred where there were several
side tracks for the use of the packing
house.
The supervisors have voted to ex
pend $1200 to $1500 in tho publication of
60,000 pamphlets descriptive of the
county.
The Rait Lake has bought a strip of
land fifty feet Wide nnd 183 feet long
for a siding on Dewoy avenue. The
land was purchased from S. A. Curl.
STREET CAR ROWDY
IS FOUND GUILTY
Bpeclnl to The Herald.
WHITTIER, July 17.— After having
deliberated nenrly six hours In the ense
nf the stntp vs. C. P. Snow, charged
with disturbing tho peace while aboard
n street car en route from Los An
gelos to Whittier on the night of Juno
in. returned a verdict last night of
Kuilty.
The case was follnwed with interest,
as it wns a test case, a. number of
young men having been arrested n few
flays following on tho same charge.
ARIZONA PLANTER
IS SENT TO JAIL
Fppclal to The Herald.
OCEAN PAKK, July 17.— X. C. Oliver,
nllas J. K. Allen, a yourtg m«n claiming
to be iin Arizona planter, who has been
noticed nhnut the business section the
last few days, was nrrested on com
plnint of the proprietor of the' Horse
shoe pier shell stand, who, it is said.
accused Oliver of hHvlng stolen a purse
after hnvir.R been refused alms.
Pol it-emu n Randall arrested Oliver,
but the pursp was not foune?>among the
prisoner's possessions.
MUCH DISCORD IN
TWO VENICE BANDS
SpeiMnl to The Herald,
"VENICE, July 17.— Inducements held
out by Donntelll for musicians to com
plete his band, which will open an en
gagement nt Ocean Park Sunday after
noon, nre said to have influenced ten
members of the Chiffarrelll organiza
tion, now playing at the auditorium, to
give notice of their Intention to quit!
Inasmuch as both bands are under
contracts to furnish music by Italian
musicians only there is said to be eon
slderable friction between the two
lenders and that both are experiencing
difficulty in keeping their organizations
intact.
NO TRACE FOUND
OF MISSING MAN
Sv'ecinl to The Hernld.
SANTA MONICA, July 17.—Consider
able four Is -itertained for the safety
of Fred Martlnmnnn, commander of
the local camp of Woodmen, who has
not been seen here since Monday, at
which time he kissed his wife goodby
in their home on Fifth street. Martln
mann Is about 35 ; ears old and r. ce
ment worker.
So far as is known he hatl no troubles
of a family or financial nature. Previ
ous to romlnpr here Martinmann lived
at San Francisco.
WORK IS DELAYED
BY EASTERN STRIKE
Epeclnl to The Herald.
SANTA MONICA, July 17.— The city
council lnst night granted an exten
sion of seventy days' tinio to tho
builders of the new , arbaßO Incinerator.
The flim asserts that strikes In the
east had made It Impossible to procure
needed materials, which was respon
sible for the work belnjj held buck. The
council also Instructed tha city clerk
to extend an official Invitation to the
Municipal lengue of Los Angeles to stop
off here on next Saturday's trip through
the bay uection.
WHITTIER WONIA' 1 DIES
AT THE HOSPITAL
Special to The Herald.
WHITTIEK, July 17.— Miss Annlo
Wumple, who underwent a surgical op
erution at the Whittier honpltnl this
morning, died shortly nfterwunl. The
deceased was übout 45 years of age and
wna a member of a prominent family in
Toledo, O. With her sinter, Mlsa Kmnia
Wample, she had spent the past two
years in Whittier for the benefit of her
- health. The renming will lirobubly be
Bent cast for burial.
PENNSYLVANIA IS FLOODED
riTTBBURO. July IT. — Heavy rain
throughout Western Pennsylvania dur
ing the past twenty-four hours havo
caused considerable damage. At West
Actnit the bar aud plate mills of the
Hhang-Cullifant lompany was clnsud
down, throwing 800 men out of work.
At Greentburar a slx-yrar-oid boy
was carried away by a stream and
drowned.
BAREFOOT BURGLAR AGAIN
Robbery In the University Section of
the City Credited to the
Shoeless Prowler
Lftll tilght It l.i thought the bare
footed burglar again operated In the
University section of the city. The
home of .rallies Moore, 2413.Tu11et street,
wan entered, nnd the method employed
by the lmrprlar Is snld to be Identical
with his previous work.
While the family wns nwny the burg-
Inr entered through a second-story
window nnd took 120, a gold' watch nnd
rhnln und some silver. When the
Moore, fnmlly returned later In the
evening they found their home rnn
snrked. No rlew In given as to the
Identlly of the man, but It Is thought
by the police to be the notorious bare
foot mnn.
While D. McCall was wnltlng on
customers nt his store, 1004 East Sev
enth street, last evening, the store was
entered by snenk thieves, said to be
young boy*, Hnd robbed of Jft. McCnll
thinks he knows the boys nnd he may
swear out a complaint today.
MAY PKOVE A COLD
DEAL FOR 'ICE MEN'
lly Associated Pr«M.
ST. LOUIS, July X.-After an Inves
tigation of thren wreks, Circuit Attor
ney Pager today filed suits in the cir
cuit court iignlnst tho Polnr Wave Ice
& Fuel company and the Merchants'
In? & Coal company on the nllegatlnn
that thrpo companies were In mi al
leged combination to restrain trade and
to fix and mnlntnln tho price of Ice.
The ofTlcj-rs of the Polar Wave Ico &
Fuel company nre: K. C. Whltelaw,
president; John C. Mukermnn, vice
president; John C. Muckermnn, vice
and general manager; H. E. Penning,
secretary. Otto Stlfel Is said to be
president of the Merchants' Ice & Coal
company nnd William Boeke Is the
secretary-
Investigation Into the Ice Bltuatlon In
Rt. Louis wns begun early In the spring,
soon after an Incrense In the price of
len to housekeepers was announced of
from 30 cents a hundred pounds to 40
cents.
The suits nsk that Judgment of
$71,400 be assessed against each com
pany as fines for the 714 days that the
alleged agreement had been In effect,
and it further asks that the charters
under which they have been doing
business be declared null and void.
EPISCOPALIANS DISCUSS
SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK
CONVENTION OF LOB ANGELEB
DIOCESE, IN SESSION
Rt, Rev. Joseph H. Johnson, Bishop
of the Diocese, Opens the First
Day's Institute at Long Beach.
Session to Continue Four Days
Special to The Herald
LONG BEACH, July 17.— The annual
Sunday school convention of the Epis
copal church for thn diocese of Los An
goles convened hero this morning In
St. Luke's church. About 100 delegates
nnd students ,vere in attendance.
Following dally prayers at 9:45, Right
Reverend Joseph H. Johnson, bishop of
tho diocese, opened the Institute with a
dlßcussion of the purpose and limit of
the Sunday school teacher's work. Dr.
Robert Renlson of San Bernardino gave
a lesson on Bible study at 10:35. He
laid emphasis on what the Bible Is In
its highest sense. He was followed ny
Rev. Henry Badger of Pomona, who
talked along missionary lines. Rev. C.
T. ft.urphy of this city led the lnst class
of today's session, the hour being de
voted to a teachers' normal course. He
discussed the needs nnd characteristics
of the periods of infancy, childhood
proper and a>.- ilescence.
An address • as given In the church
tonight by nev. Baker P. Lee, rector of
Christ church, Los Angeles.
The session will continue four days.
FATHER WOULD HAVE
DAUGHTER ARRESTED
BECOMES BOISTEROUS AND 13
LOCKED UP
Unable to Cause Girl's Removal From
Skating Rink, Man Visits the Cen.
tral Station and Is Placed Behind
the Bars
G. C. Jacobs was arrested last evening
for carrying concealed weapons. It Is
allowed he attempted to cause the arrest
of his daughter because she went to a
skating rink on Hill street in company
with a young man lnst evening.
When Jacobs went to the rink and
saw his daughter in company with a
man he demanded of the officer that
both be arrested. Jacobs, however,
would not at that time give his name
or address or stato why he wished the
couple arrested. When the officer re
fused to mnko the arrest Jacobs went
to the central station, where he be
came boisterous and was locked up.
When he was searched a revolver was
found on his person.
WOULD MAKE NEW TREATIES
Commercial Congress Desires to Re.
sume Relations With United
States and Panama
Uf A uenriil'Ol) ITHS».
NEW YORK, July I".— Tho following
cable dispatch was received In this city
yesterday from Bogota, Colombia:
"Colombian Nutlonal Commercial
congress, assembled in Bogota, repre
senting all parts of the republic, has
unanimously adopted resolutions In
dorsing favorably the negotiations be
gun by President Reyes and Mlnlßter
Harrett for new treaties with the United
States and Panama. This action is
most important, ussuring the support of
the business Interests."
HUMAN TARGET FOR OFFICER
Colorado Man Beaten, Then Held Up
While Deputy Sheriff Shoots
Him to Death
TIUNIDAD, Colo., July 17.— Pounded
on the head with a revolver until he
was unable to stand, und then held by
tho arms ho that his body whs a good
tarßet for the executioner, was the ter
rible way in which Louis Vluncu met
Ids deuth at Hturkvllle Sunday morn
itiK. according to witnesses at the cor
cmer'a inqueiit today. Ous Sandoval
and Doretlo Arguelo testified to holding
Vlanca while Deputy Sheriff Romero
deliberately shot him.
New Capitol for Wisconsin
MADISON. Wli., July 17.— The state
of Wisconsin is to have v new cupltol
building in the shape of a St. Andruw*
cross. It la uxpected that the building
will ultimately cost about {5,000,001),
though the legislature has only uinno
prlated 1650,000 to tar.
LOS ANGELES HRRALDi WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 1906.
ENGAGES DOCTOR;
MAKES MORPHINE
WOMAN THOUGHT TO HAVE
PLANNED SUICIDE
After Arranging for Service* of Physl.
clan She Is Found In Uncon.
scious Condition and
May Die
Mrs. France* White, llvln* nt 337%
South Flower street, In believed to have
nttrmpteel to tnko. her own llfo lnst
night nt 10 o'clock by tnklng a doso
of morphine. Although the husband
MyR ho dooa not think sho tried to kill
herself, the police surgeons, nfter nn
examination, sny the woman undoubt
edly took poison with mikldnl Intent.
Mrs. Smith wont to tho Angclus drug
store at Third nnd Flower street yes
terday evening and RFk^d Dr. S. W.
Hurt, In event her becoming 111 dur
ing the evening, to rail nt tho house.
Dr. Hurt did not think this peculiar,
hut Inter when ho wns railed from the
Hurbank thentcr ho recognized the ad
dress and nuspected thnt the ■woman
had designs upon her life wlnv> she
called upon him earlier In tho evening.
When he reached the houso ho found
the woman unconscious and nppnrently
suffering from morphine poison. See-
Ing sho was In a critical condition ho
summoned tho police ambulance. At
the central station Drs. C. \V. nnd J.
Cook treated the woman, but It was
thought last night she could not re
cover.
Mr. White expresses the belief that
his- wife was poisoned by eating canned
meats, and he rejects the theory of
suicide. He Buys he and his wife have
lived happily together, and no knows of
no reason why sho should attempt to
end her life.
VENICE GROCERS SEEK
THEIR MISSING CLERK
Special to Th« Herald.
VENICE.' July 17.-E. B. Conant,
about 40 years of age, who for a year
has been employed by Ueed & Young,
grocers, at 12 Center streett, has not
been seen hereabouts slnre Sunday.
Lee Young, of the firm, stated that
efforts were being made to locate Con
ant.
Conant is supposed to have relatives
In Indiana, where he was employed by
the Swift Packing company.
SIOK HEA.DAGHE
I ' ,, — I Positively cured by
■^ADhrrDO these Little Pills.
|jf>|\ | Ll\o Th "J' nlao relieve Bis-
■nn tress from Dyspepsia, In-
EH I|TTLE digestion and Too Hearty
P o\t F Q Ealln X- A P p rfcct retu-
H R Vtn Mlyfnr Dizziness, Nausea,
W PILLS Drowsiness, Pad Tastn
I _■■ In tho Mouth. Coated
Kj WHaM Tongue. Tain In the Ride,
[aiaWaWMII ' lovinPTT-t LIVER. TbCJ
regulate tbe Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SHALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE
Ipadtcd'cl Genuine Must Bear
LAKI tKd F^Simile Signature
-
JlffigJ Iffig /£e«^^«?
\mSJ I refuse SUBSTITUTES.
Vacation at
Grand
Canyon
A Mile and a Half
Above Los Angeles
Few think of the Grand
Canyon as anything; but a
magnificent spectacle, but it
is also an ideal mountain re-
sort.
A few of its attractions
are:
7000 feet elevation.
Superb hotel accommoda-
tion — El Tovar.
Bright Angel Camp for
those who prefer simple,
economical, but pood living.
Marvelous trails and rides
and drives.
Surrounded by the vast
Coconino Forest.
Supai and Navajo Indians.
The North Rim full of
game. Terra incognita.
It is easily reached.
Twenty-one hours from
Los Angeles.
Rates at El Tovar
American Plan
20 Rooms at $3.50 Per Day
40 Rooms at $4.00 Per Day
50 Rooms at $4.50 Per Day
and Upward
Bright Angels Camp
European Plan
Rooms or tents, 75c per
day for each person.
Meals a la carte.
Harvey runs both the ho-
tel and camp, which assures
the quality.
Excursion Rates
The Santa Fe will sell ex-
cursion tickets from Los
Angeles and other points in
Southern California to
Grand Canyon and return
for $25.00. -.:;;.:■
Every Day— July 10th
to August 31st
DR. CHARLES
W£lfJ FOOD
X -5/ GREAT
AX BEAUTIFIER
iFyi^ \ This I* the only
Mx - \l^-— 1 A prepnra tlon
Vji>j»\l,i.<'-Vv<t43\ known to medical
V -£i2/jn^ <(lonce thnt CRJS*
* ATKH 000 D ,
FIKM. IIKAI.THY Fl.Kflll snii clears
the cnmploxlon of every blemish, such
us plm-i|es, blnckhends, etc., without
1 Internal medicines KOH RKMOVINO
WIUNKI.I.s It Is without nn equal.
For Developing ths Bust
or restoring n wasted breast lost
through nursing or slckn<>!«". making
THIN CHEEKB PMI.MP nnrl filling
tho hollows of a dcrnwny neck there
Is no othe. preparation in the world
„int has nny compnrlnon.
On rale and recommended by
OFF DRUG COMPANY
214 South Spring St.
SPECIAL OFFER JX, WtK
Chnrles' Flesh Pood Is Jl.OO a box, but
to Introduce It Into thousands of new
homos Its proprietors hnve decided to
spnd two (i) boxes to all who nnswer
this advertisement nnd send them one
dollar. All pneknges nn> sent In plain
wrapper postnge prepaid.
ppcr A snmple box, Just enough to
l liX^L. convince you of '.he grent
merit of l->r. Churl** 1 viPnh Knort. will
bo sent free for ten cents, which pays
for cost of mnlllng. We will also send
our llitistrnted book, "The Art of
Mnssnge," whlcn contains nil the
proper movements lor mnssnclt.- the
fnce. nock nnd arms, and full direc-
tions for developing the bust. Address.
Dr. Charles Co.. 108 Tntton St.. New York
Notary Public. Doth Phnora 11S0.
Thos. J. Hampton
REAL ESTATE
Loans and Insurance
110 So. Broadnix. Los Angeles, Oal.
INDEX TOPUBUCADVERTISING
NBW TODAY
Invltlnpr hlds for a storm sewer west
of Vermont nvenue.
lnvlt iner bids for n cement sidewalk
on tho west skip of Unnnlo Brno street,
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Notice of Public Work
Public notice Is hereby given that at
Its mectinß held on Monday, the 4th
dny of June, 11106. tho City Coun-
cil of the City of Los Angeles adopted
nn Ordinance designated as Ordinance
Nn. 12,Mtf (New Series) doclnrlng Ita
Intention to order the following im-
provement to bo made, to wit:
Section 1. That it Is tho intention of
the City Council of the City of Los An-
geles to close up, vacate and abandon,
for street purposes, nil thnt portion of
HENDERSON STREET,
a public street of the City of I^os An-
geles, botwoon First street nnd Temple
street, described ns follows, to wit:
Beginning nt tho intersection of the
westerly lino of Henderson street with
tho northerly lino of First street;
thenco southeasterly along snld north-
erly line of First street 10 feet to n
point; thence northeasterly and parallel
with snld westerly line of Henderson
street to a point in the southerly line
of Temple street; thenci; northwesterly
alonK said southerly line of Temple
street to the westerly lino of Hender-
son street; thenco southwesterly nlong
said westerly lino of Henderson street
to the point of beginning: excepting
therefrom so much of said described
strip of lnnd which lies within the lines
of Council street, and nlso between the
lines of that certnln alley extending
southeasterly between lots 119 nnd 12"
of the Upper Rampart Heights, as
shown upon mnp recorded In Book 8
of Mnps, at page 114, Records of Los
Angeles County.
Sec. 2. Thnt 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 southerly cor-
ner of lot 125 of the Upper Rampart
Heights, as hereinbefore mentioned;
thence northwesterly In a direct lino to
the most westerly corner of Bald lot
125; thence northensterly In a direct
line to tho most northerly corner of snld
lot 125; thenco northwesterly in a
direct line to the most westerly corner
of lot 123, snid Upper Rampart Heights;
thence northonsterly In n direct lino to
the most northerly corner of lot 106,
said Upper Rampart Heights; thenco
southeasterly In a direct lino to the
most, westerly corner of lot 105, said
Upper Rp.mpart Heights; thence north-
easterly In a direct line to the most
northerly corner of snkl lot 105; thence
southeasterly in a direct line to the
most enstorly corner of Bald lot 105;
thence southwesterly In a direct line to
the point of beginning; excepting there-
from any land therein contained which
is now a part of any public street or
alley, in said city.
Reference is hereby made to said Ordi-
nance, on file in thn office of the City
Clerk of said city, for further particulars.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
Of the City of Los Angeles.
JAMES A. ANDERSON,
7-16-25 lOt President.
Notice of Piilllc Work
Public notice Is hereby given that at
its meetins held on Monday, tho 18th
day of June, 1906. the City Coun-
cil of the City of Los Angelus adopted
nn Ordinance, designated as Ordinance
No. 12,939 (New Series) declaring Its
Intention to order the following Im-
provement to bo made, to wit:
That
'INDIANA STREET.
a public street of tho City of Los An-
geles, be opened to a width of thirty
feet, between Dauphin street and
Fourth street, in Bald city.
Reference is hereby made to unlit
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-IS-25 lOt President.
JVotlrr of l'ubllo Work
Public notice Is hereby given that at
its meeting held on Monday, tho 18th
dny of June, 190 C. tho City Coun-
cil of the City of Los Angreles adopted
an Ordinance, designated as Ordtnanco
No 12.938 (New Scries) declaring Its
intention to ord.er the following im-
provement to be made, to wit:
That i
MACY STREET.
a public street of the City of Los Angelas,
be widened, between Oallardo street und
Brooklyn avenue, in said city.
Reference Is hereby made to sntd
Ordinance, on file In the office of tlie
City Clerk of said city, for further par-
ticulars.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
Of the City of Los AiiKdeg.
JAMIiS A. ANDKRSOX,
7-16-25 lOt I'lVsiiW-nt.
Notice of Public 'Work
Public notice Is hereby given that nt
Its meeting held on Monday, tha 18th
day of June, 1906, the City Council of
tho City of Los Angeles adopted an Or-
dinance, designated us Ordinance No.
12,937 (New Series) declurlng Its In-
tention to order tho following improve-
ment to be made, to wit:
That
SEVENTEENTH STREET,
a public street of the City of Los An-
Keleu, be opened to a width of sixty foot,
between Naomi avenuv and Tuiiiickbci)
Hlri'i-t. in uuld city.
Itttforvnce Is hereby made to si;;.*
Ordinance, on file in the office of tho
City Clerk of said city, for further par-
ticulars.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS.
Of the City of Los Angeles.
JAMES A. ANDERSON,
7-H-25 lOt President,
Tbe Herald will sell you IS worth of
records and OIVE you a, six month*'
subscription to The Herald and t UJ
Talk-o-fhont absolutely fire*.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
Sflli-i- Inrlflnw Illd* Int the Cntnlrnc.
(Inn «>f it storm *rnrr. llrfflnnlnsr *»..%
Vrrt North «t Ihf Norm l.lnr of
Fourth *«ret. Nt n I'ftlnt -10 Krrt
Heat of thr Next l.ln<> of MiiMlkik
jllrrrt find Running to n I'olni 2n
ITPI Writ of thr t\f*t Line nf \ <r-
mont .\vrnne sit n Point 270 Trrl
V.rili of the -Nnrlli I. ln«- nf ftlxth
iirtcfi
In purnunnrp of thn resolution of the
City Council of th* City nf Lou Angflos
piissrrl nt lt« modlng of July 11, l»n«,
iiiithniizlnu- n rnntrnct for the work
hrrrlnnftfr specified, notice Is hereby
given thnt the Board of Public Works
of the City of tins Ange|f>« will recelvfl
eenled bids for the eoiiotrurtlon of a
proptisrd otorin sewer west of Vermont
avenue; the snld bids to bo received at
tho office nf tho snld llourd nf Public
Works, in nn I* flty Hall, tip to the
hour of 11 o clock a. m. of Monday, July
2a. luoo.
Knch blrl must b* Hccompfl tiled by a
check certified Iry a. responsible bnnk
nnd pnynblo to (111 order of Jamps A.
Anderson, President of the Hoard of
Public Works of tho City of Los An-
frclrs, for nn nmount not Icon than five
per tent of the aggregate Bum of the
iild, or by n satisfactory bond for tho
said nmount nnd so payable, hs a
gunrnntop thnt the bidder will enter lif-
tn the proposed contrnct If tho same Is
awarded to him.
fluid work shnll commence within
fifteen days after the execution of the
contract thrrefnr nnd shall be com-
pleted within sixty dnys tlu-rrnftrr.
Tho amount of tha bond to be given
for tho fnlthful performance of the
enntrnct for said work shnll be twenty-
livo per crnt of the contrnct price
therefor, nnd nn additional bond In nn
nmount ciiu;il to fifty p<t cent of the
contract price of snld work shnll be
given to upcurc the pnymont of thn
claims for uny mnterlnls or supplies
furnl*h«;il for the performance of the
work rontrnctcd to bo done by the con-
tractor, or lor any work nr Inbor of any
kind donu thereon,
Tho work rnntcmplntPd for which
bids nre hereby Invited shnll consist of
a concrete) storm sewer, beginning nt n
point 20.5 feot north of the north lino
of Fourth Ftrtet nt n point 40 feet west
of the west line of llnutista street; run-
ning thonre to a point 28 feet west of
the west line of Vermont avenuo at a
Solnt 270 feet north of the north line of
lxth street The fcnld storm sewer la
to be approximately 1070 ftet In length,
plx Inches In dlnneter, with n vltrlllefl
brick Invert, together with concrete In-
let wlnpr walls, one stnndurd manhole,
one twenty-four Inch vitrified plpo
drain 90 feet In length with concrete
end wall; and the. dredging of nn out-
let channel 2SO fe«t In length. All of
snld work Is to be done in sccordance
with plnn No. 11,773 nml special specl-
flcntlonw on Ille In tho office of the City
Engineer of the Hoard of Public Works
of tho City of Los Anßeles. to which
plnn and specifications reference Is
hereby mndo for further pnrtleiilnrs.
Prints of the plnn. profile and detail
drawings, also forms of contract and
bonds and copies of the specifications
for nnid work will bn delivered to ln-
tendlnp bidders upon receipt by the
Hoard of public Works of tho sum of
JB.OO as a deposit to guarantee the re-
turn of tho plans accompanying the
specifications.
Each bidder Is required to mnke per-
sonal exumlnntlon of the ground In
which the sewer Is to bo constructed.
Blnnk forms of bids will be furnished
upon application by the Board of Pub-
lic Works at the office of tho City En-
gineer of tho said Board.
Each bid must he filed with the
Board of Public Works before the hour
of 11 o'clock a. m. of Monday, July 23,
1908. and must be submitted In a sealed
envelope addressed "Board of Public
Works. Los Angeles. California," and
Indorsed "Bid for the construction of
the storm sewer west of Bautista street
and Vermont nvenue."
The Bonrd of Public Works reserve
the right to reject any nnd all bids.
By order of the Board of Public
Works of the City of Los Angeles.
HORACE B. FERRIS,
7-IS-19 2t Secretary.
Notice Inviting Illil* for the Conntrue-
tlon nf a Mlilrnnlk on the West Side
of llnnnle llr.-ie Street.
In pursuance, of a resolution of the
City Council of the City of Los An-
geles adoptfd July 18, l!* 06, authorizing
a contract for the construction of the
sidewalk hereinafter specified, notice is
hereby irlven thnt the Board of Public
Works of tho City of Los Angeles will
receive sealed bids up to the hour of
11 o'clock h. m. of Monday, July 23,
lflOfi, for tho construction of a cement
sidewalk on the west side of Bonnie
Hrae. street, from Fourteenth street to
n point 320 feet north, being in front of
Terrace Park. ■ -»
Kach bid must be accompanied by a
check certified by a responsible hank
nnd paj-ablo to the order of James A.
Anderson. President of the Board of
lublic Works of the City of Los An-
gflcs, for nn amount not less than five
per cent of tho aggregate sum of the
bid, or by n sntlsfactrlry bond for the
snid amount and so payable, as a guar-
antee that the bidder will enter Into the
proposed contract if the same is
awarded to him.
Tho said sldewnlk must be con-
structed in accordance with specifica-
tions for tho construction of cement
sldewnlks on file in the office of the
Cltv Clerk cif the City of Los Angeles,
said specifications being No. 23 (New
Series); and nccording to plnns and
profile on file In the office of tho City
Engineer of said city.
Tho contractor shall commence the
construction of the said sidewalk with-
in fifteen dnys from the dnte of tho
contract therefor, and shall continue
the same until the work of eonstruc-
lon is completed, which shnll not be
more than thirty days from tho dute of
the contrnct.
The amount of the bond to be given
for the faithful performance of the
contract for snld work shnll be twenty-
live per cent of the. contract price there-
fcr, and nn additional bond In an
amount equal to fifty per cent of tho
Bald contract price for said work shnll
be given to secure, the payment of the
claims for nny materials or supplies
furnished for the performnnee of the
work contracted to be done by the
contractor or nny work or labor of any
kind ilone thereon.
Knch bid must be filed with the
Board of Public Works before the hour
of 11 o'clock n. m. of Monday, July 23.
1906. nnd must b.i submitted In n sealed
envelope nddressed "Board of Public
Works, Los Angeles. Callfornln." and
Indorsed "Bid for tho construction of
a cement sidewalk on Jioimiu Brae
street."
The Board of Public Works reserve
the right to reject any and all bids.
By order of the Board of Public
Works of the Cltv of Los Angeles.
HORACE B. FERRIS,
7-18-19 2t Secretary.
Notice for llliln for 6ctaool llulldlnga
Notice la herehy given that the Board
of Education of the City of Los Angeles
will receive bids for tbe 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
plnns and specifications on nlo In the
office of the Secretary of the Board, 418
Chamber of Commerce building. All
labor and material to be furnished and
excavations mnde by the contractor.
All bids must be accompanied by a
certified check for 10 per cent of the
amount of the bid, payable to the order
of the Board of Education, and must be
scaled and filed with tho Secretary, nt
his office, on or beforo Friday, July
•iO, 1906, at 3 o'clock p. in., at which
time the bids will be opened in public
by the Secretary.
Tho Board re-nerves the right to reject
any or all bids.
N. S AVERILL, Secy.
Los Angeles, July 12. 1006.
7-12-21 lOt
Notice of i>u it llf Work
Public notice in hereby srlvon that at
Its meeting held on Monday, tlui 18th
day of June, lsoii, tho City Council
of the City of Los Angeles adopted an
Ordinance, designated as Ordinance No.
12,940 (New Series) declaring Its Inten-
tion to ordur the following Improvo-
iiifiit to ba made, to wit:
EIGHTEENTH STRBKT,
a public street of the City of Los An-
felcs, be opened to a width of sixty feet,
etween Naomi avenuo and Tennessee
street, in Buld city.
Reference is hereby mad« to said Or-
dinance, on file in the office of the Cltjr
Clerk of said city, for further imrtlcu-
*'*" BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
Of the City of Lo« Angeles.
JAMES A. ANDKItBON. .
7-16-26 lOt ( President.
PUBLIC ADVERTISING
JVallf* nt Dlrret Work
Public notice Is hereby gl»*n
that on Monday, thn 11th day or
June, A. I). )»<M the City Council of the
City of f,n* Ang»H>s, did. lit lt« meeting
on said rt« y , adopt »n Ordinance of In-
tention numbered 12.554 INeW Berlej)
to hay« the following work dons, to
That a vMrldPcl pipe sewer be con-
structed In snld illy In
NORMANUIK AVENIJR. m .
wtween Santa Barbara avenue and Forty-
fourth street) in
SANTA UAMIAKA AVKNUE,
between Normandis avenue and Vermont
nvenue; In
FORTY-NINTH STKEET,
between Normandlo avenue and VSrmont
avenue: In
KORTY-EIOHTH BTRKET.
between Normandie avenue and Vermont
ivenue: In
FORTYBHVKNTII STRBKT,
between Normandis avenue and Vermont
avenue; In
FORTY-BIXTH BTREET.
between Normamlla avenue and Horti-
cultural avenue; In
FOHTY-FJPTH BTIIKET,
between Normandie avenue and Buulontf
avenue: In
FORTY-FOURTH BTKKKT,
between Normandie avenue and Vermont
avenue; in
HUDLONtt AVKNUE,
between Simla Dnrbuia avenue and Forty-
fourth street; In
KKMICK AVKNUE,
between Forty-sixth street and Forty-
lourth street: In
WISCONSIN STREET,
tetween Forty-sixth street and Santa
Monica avenue; In
VERMONT AVKNUE,
tetween Snntn linlbara avenue and Santa
Monica nvenue; In
/.oiiicniynißAL avkni/g.
between Forty-eighth street and Santa
Monica avenue: In
HORTICULTURAL AVENUE,
between Forty-sixth street and Santa
MrvtiW'n nVonuo: in
KORTY-EIOHTH BTHEET,
between Vermont avenue and Agricultural
avenuo, between the points, on tho lines,
at the elevations and on the grades as aro
designated on the plan and profile of said
sower on file in the omee of the City
Engineer of said city, said plan and pro-
file being numbered 11,045 in the records
of said office; said sewer shall be built
across such street or alley Intersections,
and with such manholes, Junction cham-
bers, flushtanks, Iron covers, steps and
buckets and other appurtenances, as are
designated upon said plan and profile.
Said Improvement shall be constructed
n accordance with said plan and profiU;
In accordance with plans Nob. 25,452, 25,400,
25.457, 25,502 and 25.4.)3, on file in the office
of the Bald Cltv Engineer; and in further
accordance with the specifications therefor
on file In the office of the City Clerk
of said city, said specifications being en-
titled "Specifications for the construction
of a sewer In Normnndle avenue, between
Santa Barbara avenue and Forty-fourth
street; In Santa Barbara avenuo, between
Normandie avenue and Vermont avenue;
in Forty-ninth street, between Normnndle
avenue and Vermont avenue: In torty-
elghth street, between Normahdia avenue
end Vermont avenue; In Forty-se/entli
street, between Normandie avenue and
Vermont avenue: In Forty-sixth street,
between Normandie avenue and Horti-
cultural avenue; in Forty-fifth street, be-
tween Normandio avenue and Budlong
avenue; In Forty-fourth street, between
Normandlo avenue and Vermont avenuo;
In TSudlong avenue, between Santa Bai-
bnra avenue and Forty-fourth street; In
Remlck avenue, between Forty-sixth,
street and Forty-fourth street; In \\ Is-
corusJn street, between Forty-sixth street
anoT Santa Monica avenue; in Vermont
avemre, between Santa Barbara avenue
and Santa Monica avenue; In Agricultural
avenue, between Forty-eighth street and
Santa Monica avenue; in Horticultural
avenue, between Forty-sixth street and
Santa Monica avenue; In Forty-eighth
street, between Vermont avenue and
Agricultural avenue, In the City of Loa
Angeles." and which specifications were
npproved by snld Council at its meeting
of June 11, 1906, which said plan and pro-
file, said plnns and said specifications, are
hereby referred to for more particular de-
scription of said work.
Sec. 2. That the said contemplated work
of Improvement, in the opinion of sala
City Council, is of more than local or
ordinary public benefit, and said City
Council hereby declares that the district
in the said City of Los Angeles bene-
fited by said work or improvement, and
to be assessed to pay the costs and ex-
penses thereof, Is described as follows:
All that portion of the City of Los An-
geles included within the following de-
scribed exterior boundary line, to wit:
Commencing at a point on the south
boundary line of said city and 128.25 feet
west of the west line of Normandie ave-
nire; thenco from said point of beginning
northerly and parallel to the west line
of Normandie nvenue to the south line of
Forty-sixth street; thence northensterly
in a direct line to the southwest corner
of lot 61 of Normandie Avenue Tract, as
per map recorded in Dook 4, page h6 of
Maps, Records of Los Angelea Coimty;
thence northerly In a direct line to the
northwest corner of lot 136 of said Nor-
mandie Avenue Tract; thence easterly to
the northeast corner of said last men-
tioned lot; thence northensterly In a di-
rect line to tho northwest corner of lot
20 of map of the Normnndle Avenue
Tract, us per map recorded in Book 3.
page 97 of Mnps, Records of said County;
thence easterly in a direct line to the
northeast corner of lot 11 of snld last
mentioned map; thence northerly in a di-
rect line to the northwest corner of lot 9.
block C of Alessandro Trnct, as per map
recorded In Hook 23, page 10, Miscellaneous
Records of said County; thence easterly
In a direct line to the northeast corner
of lot 16, block A of snld last mentioned
map; thence southerly in a direct line to
the northwest corner of lot 3. block 2 of
Resubdlvislon of J. K. Whitman's addi-
tion to the Alessandro Tract, as per map
recorded In Book 43. page 03, Miscella-
neous Records of said County; thence
easterly in a direct line to the northeast
corner of lot 4, block 2 of said last men-
tioned map; thence southerly In a direct
line to the northwest corner of lot 11 of
said block 2; thence easterly to the north-
easterly corner of said last mentioned
lot; thence northerly in a direct line to
the northwest corner of lot 16 of map of
the Mlltlmoro Tract, as per map recorded
in Book 11. pnge 16, Miscellaneous Rec-
ords of said County; thence ensterly along
the northerly lino of said last mentioned
lot to the west line of Wisconsin street:
thence easterly In a direct lino to the
northwest corner of i"t 29 of said map of
tho Mlltlmore Tract; therfcu ensterly along
the northerly line of lots 29 and 28 of
enld mnp of the Miltir.'.ore Tract to the
west lino of Vermont avenue; thence
northeasterly In a direct line to the north-
west corner of lot 5 of Southern District
Agricultural Park and adjoining lots, as
per map recorded In Book 4. page 352.
Miscellaneous Records of snld County;
thence easterly in a direct line to the
northeast corner of lot 8 of said lnst men-
tioned map; thence southerly In a direct
line to the southeast corner of lot 68 of
fcald last mentioned map; thence westerly
in a direct line to the southwest corner
of lot 67 of said last mentioned map:
thence southwesterly In a direct line to
the northeast corner of lot 70 of said last
mentioned map; thence southerly along
the west line of Agricultural avenue to
the southeast corner of lot 100 of said last
mentioned map; thence westerly In a di-
rect line to tne southeast corner of lot 99
of said last mentioned map; thence south-
erly nnd pnrnllel to the easterly line of
said Vermont avenue to a point on the
soirth boundnry line of said city: thence
westerly nlon~ said last mentioned bound-
ary line to the point of beginning.
Reference is herehy made to said Or-
dinance, on file in the office of the City
Clerk of said city, for further particulars.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
Of the City of Los Angeles.
JAMBS A. ANDERSON.
7-16-21 6t President.
Kotlre of thr nrcordluK of the «««n«-
Hirul nnd ninarrain for thr Oprnluu:
and VWrfoiluK of Mnlo Mrrrl, llr-
ttvvrn Brooklyn Avrnue nnd Wood
Avrnue.
Notice Is hereby given that the assess-
ment und diagram for the opening and
widening of
STATE STREET.
between Brooklyn avenuo and Wood
avenue in accordance with Ordinance
No. 8733 (New Series), was recorded in
the office of tho Hoard of Public Works
of tho City of Los Angeles on the 14th
day of July, 1906.
All sums levied In said assessment are
due and payable ImmedlaUly, and pay-
ment of said Kiuns to b« made to It In
their office within thirty duy» after the
16th day of July. 1906. which Is the first
day of publication of this notice.
All asveitsmenU not paid before the ex
Slrution of said thirty days will becomi
ellnquent, and thereupon five p«r c«nl
upon the amount of each such assessment
will bo artclwi thereto.
BO\RD OF PUBLIC WORKS, s
By JAMES A. ANDERSON.
T-16-J6 lOt President.
everything you want you will find in
(he classified pa«T»— a modern encycla-
P«dla, Out o»ut a word.
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PU BLIP _A_pveRTIStNQ
Jl»«lc» «f *«rrrt Work
Public notice In hereby «lv»n that en
Monday, tho 11th day of Jun», A. I>,
I BOA, thn council of th« City of Loa An-
kHo« did, Rt li« meeting on f*ld dny,
fldopt (in Ordinance of Intention, num-
t>T<.l 12, «.",.i (New flerlei), to have th«
following work dona, to wlti
That a vitrified pipe newer be con-
structed In mid flty In
AVENUE FIFTY-TWO,
from Echo utieet to Aldama Mreeti
AVKNUH KIFTy-THRKB,
from Aldnma etr*»t to Abhott place;
PABAUBNA AVENUE,
from Avenue Fifty-two to Avenue Fifty*
three;
AI-DAMA PTREET,
from Avenue Fifty-two to Av«nu« Flftjr-
"*' MONTR VISTA BTKEET. |
'Rom Avenue Fifty-two to Avenue Fifty
reB< KtXtTA PLACR,
'rom PatndenA nvenue to Mnrmton way,
between the points, on the lines, at the
elevations and on the grades us are desig-
nated on the plan and profile of «.ill
newer on file In the office of the City
Engineer of said city, said plan and pro*
file being numbered 11.74J In the record*
of nald office; «ald sewer shall be built
across »uch street or alley Intersection*,
nnd with such manholes, junction cham-
>em, flufthtanka, Iron covers, steps and
buckets nnd other appurtenances as are
designated upon snld plan and profile.
Said improvement shall he constructe'l
n accordance with snid plan and profile;
in accordance With plans Nog. 25,452, Z5,4.Vi,
i:r..r,ip2, 25,456 and 25,453, on file In tho
office of the said City Engineer; and In
further accordance with the specifications
therefor on file In the office of the City
Clerk of said city, paid specifications be-
ing entitled "Specifications for the con-
struction of a sewer In Avenue Fifty-two,
from ICcho sireet to Aldnma street: Ave-
nue Fifty-three, from Aldama street to
Abbott place; Pasadena avenue, from
Avenue Fifty-two to Avenue Fifty-three;
Aldama street, from Avenue Flfty-ttro to
Avenire Fifty-three; Monte Vista street,
from Avenua Flfty-»wr> to Avenue Fifty-
three; Elllta place, from Pasadena avenuo
to Marmlon way, in the City of Los
Angeles," and wnlch specifications *«M
nnproved by paid Council at Its meeting
of June 11, ]!«»;. which said plan and
profile, 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 said
City Council, Ih of more than local or
ordinary 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 be
aßsesned to pay the costs and expenses
thereof Is described aft follows:
All that portion of the City of Los An-
geles Included within the following de-
scribed exterior boundary line, to wit:
Commencing at the most southerly cor-
ner of lot U of map of the Packard &
I aimer Tract, as per map recorded In
Book 3, page < of Maps, Records of Los
Angeles County; thence from said point
of beginning easterly In a direct line to
the most ensterly corner of snld lot 11;
thence northerly In a direct line to the
most northerly corner of lot 7 of Bald last
mentioned map; thence northerly In a di-
rect line to the most southerly corner of
lot 4 of Bald last mentioned map; thence
easterly In a direct line to the most east-
erly corner of lot 0 of said last men-
tioned map; thence northerly In a. direct
lino to the most northerly corner of said
last mentioned lot; thence northerly In dn
direct line to the most easterly corner
of lot 14. block 5 of map of the Subdi-
vision of certain lots In Highland Park
Trnct, as per map recorded In Book 6,
page 393, Miscellaneous Records of said
County; thonce northerly In a direct lino
to the most northerly corner of said last
mentioned lot; thence westerly in a direct
line to the most easterly corner of lot 3
of Lunt and Rltchey's Tract, as r>er map
recorded in Book 6, page 143 of Maps, '
Records of said County; thence northerly
In a direct line to the most northerly
corner of lot 6 of said last mentioned •
mnp; thenco northwesterly In a direct
line to the most easterly corner of lot
13, block 8 of Bald mnp of the Subdi-
vision of certain lots In Highland Park
Tract; thence northerly In a direct Una
to the most easterly corner of lot 1, block
6 of Mild last mentioned map; thence
easterly and parallel to tho southeasterly
line of Monte Vista street 157 feet to a
point; thence northerly In a direct line
to the most easterly corner of lot 2 of
Cortelyou nnd Whltcomb's Tract, as per
map recorded In Book 2. page 87 of Map*.
Records of raid County; thence northerly
in a direct line to the most northerly
corner of said last mentioned lot; thence
westerly in a direct line to the most'
easterly corner of lot 9 of said last men-
tioned map; thence northerly In a direct
line to the most northerly corner of lot 14
Of said last mentioned map; thence north-
erly In a direct line to the most northerly
corner of lot 82% of map of Hampton
Terrace, as per map recorded In Book 7,
pages 14 and 15 of Mans, Records of said
County; thence westerly In a direct line
to the most easterly corner of lot 82 of-
said last mentioned map; thence northerly.
In a direct line to the most northerly ,
corner of lot 78 of eald last mentioned
map; thence westerly In a direct line to
the most easterly corner of lot 77 of said
lnst mentioned map: thence northerly in
a direct line to the most northerly corner
of lot 35 of mnp of Highland Heights, as
per map recorded in Book 7, page 44 of
Maps, Records of said County; thenco
easterly In a direct line to the most east-
erly corner of lot 32 of snld last mentioned
map; thence northeasterly In a direct line
lo the most southerly corner of lot 28 of
said last mentioned map; thence easterly
in n direct line to the most southerly
corner of lot 24 of said last mentioned
map; thence southerly In a direct line to
the most southerly corner of lot 21 of said
last mentioned map; thence easterly In
a direct line to the most westerly corner
of lot 61 of said map of Hampton Terrace;
thence southerly In a direct line to the
most northerly corner of lot 46 of said
last mentlonod map; thence westerly In
a direct line to the most westerly corner
of said last mentioned lot; thenca south-
erly in a direct line to the most south- .
erly corner of said last mentioned lot;
thence easterly in a direct line to the
most easterly corner of said last men-
tioned lot; thence easterly in a direct line
to the most southerly corner of lot 35 of
paid last mentioned map; thence easterly
In a direct line to the most easterly corner
of said lnst mentioned lot; thence northerly
In a direct lino to the most northerly
corner of saiJ last mentioned lot; thence
easterly in a direct line to the most east-
erly corner of lot 20 of said map of High-
land Heights; thence northerly in a direct
line to the most northerly corner of lot
If. of said last mentioned map, said last
mentioned point being on the southerly
line of Aldama street; thence westerly
along snld last mentioned line to the In-
tersection of said last mentlonod line with
the northeasterly line of Avenue Fifty-
two; thence from snld last mentioned
point southwesterly In a direct line to
the most westerly corner of lot 1 of Myers
and Kulll's Highland fark Terrace, as per
map recorded in Book 7, pages 106 and 107
i of Maps, Records of said County; thence
. southerly in a direct line to the most
. southerly corner of lot 10 of said last
mentioned map; thence southerly and
parallel with the westerly line of Avenue
! Fifty-two to a point on the northwesterly
: line of lot 4. block 19 of said man of the
' Subdivision of certain lots In Highland
Park Tract; thence westerly In a direct
' line to the most westerly corner of said
. last mentioned lot; thence southerly In a
direct line to the most southerly corner
I of lot 22, block 18 of said last mentioned
- map; thence easterly In a direct line to
the most westerly corner of lot 6 of map
1 of the Wing Tract, as per map recorded
' In Book 1, page 84 of Maps, Records of
said County; thenco southerly In a direct
, lino to the most southerly corner of tald
last mentioned lot; thence southerly and
' parallel to the westerly line of said Ave-
nue Fifty-two 118 feet to a point; thence
westerly and parallel to the southerly
line of Monte Vista street 84 feet to a
point; thence southerly and parallel to
the said westerly line of Avenue Fifty-
' two to a poir.t on the southeasterly line
; of lot 14, block 4 of said map of the
. Subdivision of certain lots In Highland
I Park Tract; thence easterly and parallel
to the southerly line of Monte Vista
■ street 320 feet to a point; thence south-
: erly and parallel to the westerly line of
said Avenue Fifty-two 70 feot to a point:
thence westerly and parallel to the >ald
; southerly line of Monte Vista Btreet to
i a point on the southwesterly line of lot
18 of map of Occidental block, as per
; map recorded In Book 1, page 73 of Maps.
Records of said County; thence southerly
in a direct line to the most southerly cor<
i ncr of lot 16 of said last mentioned map;
. thence easterly In a direct Una to tin
most westerly corner of lot 1 of laid last
i mentioned map; thence southerly and par-
, allel to the center line of Avenue Fifty
two to a. point In tho northwesterly line
of Echo street; thenco easterly along- said
last mentioned line to Ita Intersection
I with the westerly line of aald Avenue
I Fifty-two; thence easterly In a. direct lin«
to the point of beginning. • • , ■ •
Reference Is hereb/ made to aald
Ordinance of Intention for further par-
ticulars. ■ ......
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
i Of the City of Loa Angeles. •'
JAMES a. anderson!
7-16-21 6* President.

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