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RUBIO LAND AND
WATER MEETING NEW DIRECTORS ELECTED-A CHANGE IN SECRETARY New Reservoir Plans Talked Over, and New Company Makes Preparations for Cam paign Pnsniicna Agency, I 77 North Hnymond Avenue, ' phones: luntei 1807, Home :'i I'• I 'AHADKN... Feb. ifl.— At the meet ing of the stockholders of the Itublo Canyon Land and Water association last evening a board (if directors was elected and reports of the year's busl- MC.HH read, showing everything to be In a nourishing condition, ■| hi board of directors ele< ted were as follows: k. D. N'ii. George V, itoss, I-. s. Porter .iiui Paul Hutchlnson. Mr. Ross li iii" only new member of the board as II stood lasl yenr. F. s. Allen, who has held the office of secretary of tho association during ni. pai i jar, • ar, has refused to stand for reflection and win nol be a member of tho board t ills year, / The statement of receipts and ex penditures for ths yenr from February i. tBO6, to February 1, 1907, shows n IDOSI pleasing set of IK'iires. AS against n balance Of |957 Of cash on hand Feb ruary i, 1006, h balance of cash now on hand »^ shown to !"• 18490,79, with over $!oi) iii bills receivable. This was In addition to the fact thai tha expen ditures for construction, laying new pipe lines and surveying, together with salaries, totaled over J6OOO, T 'nt n the new reservoir or (He com pany Is completed and In operation there win be no extraordinary effort made to gain additional patronage, though it Is expected to complete the new reservoir within the n<'xt year it matters can be arranged to thai end. The company is an exclusive one and ■will cul a wide swath 111 local water matters when In full operation, with every facility developed. CHARGE SANTA MONICA FOR USE OF SEPTIC TANK Spm-inl t'> The Herald OCEAN PARK, Feb. 19.— After de liberating ;iw a committee <>f the whole In a private, room at the city hail tin til close to ij o'clock, the board came forth last nlghl and Informed the clerk that he was Instructed to sond a bill to the city of Banta Monica for use of the local septic tank facilities from the flrsi nf Jul. . 1906, al the rate of $2&i» per month. Earlier In the evening tlie board had been presented with v pe titlon from the Venice chamber of com merce and Signed by about fifty lend ing business men. praying that the privileges of the tank be denied Santa Monica after the last day of this month, No official action was taken on the petition. Locally it is believed that Santa Monica will refuse to pay the charge made by the board for the Bewage facilities rendered and there ap pears to be no redress Whereby the law can be Invoked in the matter. It Is expected that about thirty Women from the Hollywood Women's Club will be the guests of the Crescent Bay Women's club at next Thursday afternoon's meeting. A special musical program will be a feature of the after n ib entertainment. PRAY FOR SALVATION OF MISGUIDED POLICE Special to The Herald LONG BEACH, Feb. 19.— Rev. Joseph McCauley and the four other negroes who were arrested last Sunday after noon because their religious services caused a blockade of Locust avenue, were released by Recorder Hart ttiis morning. Hart said the charge was too indefinite. As soon as he had dismissed the case these negroes and a dozen others who had gathered In the court room at the city hail to attend the trial, fell upon their kne^es and. led by McCauley, prayed for the salvation of the mis guided police and for the city council men who framed such "terrible laws" as are now on the statute books. The prayers continued for fifteen minutes. when Judge Hart intervened, as he had other things to attend to. Rupture New Scientific Appliance, lUwayea Per- fect Fit — Adjustable to Any site Person l3hn.v, ( oiiilOrlnlilr, Never Slips, \o ohiH.vi.Hi-: S|irliiKH or Pada — Costa !.,•■.« Than Muny < "ii, ni. mi TriiHMeH— .Miide for Men, Women or Children. HICXT ON TRIAL. I have invent. (i ;i rupture appliance that I can wifely gay, by 3» years' ex- perience In the rupture business, is the <■. 13. Brooks, the Inventor only one that will absolutely hold the rupture and never slip and yet la light, cool, comfortable, conforms to every movement of the body without chafing or hurting and costs less than man} ordlmiry truss, There art no nprinKH or hard, lumpy pads u;nl yet It holds thtfirupturo safely and (Irmly without pam or Inconvenience i have put the price ho low that any person, rich or poor, can buy, and 1 aliuolutuly gruar- antes it. . I iimkr It to your order -..-ml It to you— you wear It. ami If It iloi-Mu't millh|> you aeiul It hack to me and I Mill refund your money Thai Is the falront proportion ever iiad.' by v/ rupture si I tllst, The banks or any responsible citizen in Marshall will tell you that is the way 1 do business always absolutely on the square. if you have tried most everything else, come to me. Where others fail Is where i have my greatest success Write me today and 1 will send you my book on Ruptura and Its Cure, showing my appliance and giving you prices and names of people who hay« tried it and been cured it li Instant relief when nil others fall. Remember I use no salves, . no harness, no iii just a straight business deal at a reasonable (-. ,I",, I ",. llr ." > -mi) "*•««*• Uldu.. M««- Nliull, MUli. BLIZZARD BLCWS IN SOUTH DAKOTA Bpoolnl to The Iler.nld I /)NO BBACW, Fob. 19.— A now«. pnper published nt Pollock, B. IV. Fob ruarj I, was rrrolvH by John Orucsal today. It ronnlntft of two paffes on a half shoot of common wrapping pnpor. ( 'n the margin a relative bad written: "Well, wo are snowed In. At this writing wo are having a mil blizzard. Railroad trnvni is completely blocked mid wn have had no mall for i hi • ■•■ Ufckfl. This la a tr«:it country. Thirty decrees below zero. The town la out of rrwl nnd llilhkh are looking dnrk. The r-ltlSenir -ltlSeni tumid out yesterday In shovel new to Rot tin' train started." I >nkol;i us living lit. present In sunny California consider themselves fottu ntc. • PATRIOTISM IS MEETING THEME News Club of First Presbyterian Church Hear Stirring Addresses Delivered by Popular Orators Bporlnl to Tho Herald, PASADENA, Feb. l«. — Patriotic evening, wlih the lives of Abraham Lincoln and George Washington the th''ni"S Of addreßß, and patriotism the theme or the songs, is what the Men's club of the First Presbyterian church of I'asadena enjoyed this evening. And Some of tho best, orators In the coun tryside were there to address the meet* ing. * Hon. Oscar hauler, modern Apollo of the Kentucky girl romance, now United Btatoa district attorney, Hon. j. J, Mci'aniy, past, commander of the G. A. R. of Minnesota, and H ( >n. George w. Kerr of si. Louis, lieutenant of artillery IT. S. A., Were those pa triotic Speakers whose every thought was expresae.il patriotically as tit cloth- Ing for its patriotism. They were all eloquent masters of their subjects and the applause that each received was Joined In by tho othor two who lis tened. Grand, noble and inspiring to en nobled deeds, the oUi battle hymn of the republic swelled from the throats of such an audience as the Presby terian church has not known in months for enthusiasm. Other musical numbers on the program were rendered under the direction of Prof. Mason and Dr. \V. D. Turner. Short speeches by other members of the clul) were also aids in tilling out a rounded program of good things. NOTES OF INTEREST FROM LONG BEACH Special to The Herald. LONG BEACH, Feb. 19.— Owing to the fact that Trustee Lent is In Sacra mento, that Trustee Benson went to Lob Angeles to be Initiated Into the Koyal Arch, and that Trustee Oakford is ill and confined to his bed. there was no meeting of the city council to night. H. S. Carver's new boat, the Marga rita, will be launched at the foot of Riverside drive at 2 o'clock next Sat urday afternoon. Mr. H. Ivor Thomas, an expert ac countant of i.,os Angeles, has just com pleted the Installation of a new sys tem of accounting for the Long Beach Hotel company. The books will hero after be kept by Miss J. Harmer of this city. Wold has been received here that the Jtev. H. li. Gooden of Escondido will accept the pastorate of St. Luke's Episcopal church. The call was ex tended to him at a recent meeting of the vestry. Key. Mr. CJooden la ex pected to take up his duties here about March I. Eighty former residents of Bloom- Ington, 111., who are living or stopping temporarily in this vicinity, gathered on the picnic deck of the pier today and enjoyed a basket dinner and general good time. Mr. and Mrs. George It. Crow of this city planned the success ful reunion. A petition signed by 100 residents of West Long Beach was lil^d at the of fice of the city clerk today, protesting against any action on the part of the city trustee I adverse to Patrolman Koy Taylor, on duty in that section of the city. At the last council meeting two petitions were presented, stating that Taylon'a actions had been unbecoming to an officer and asking for his dis missal. The harbor committee of the cham ber of commerce made an investigation this afternoon in the West Long Beach streets matter and will report at the next meeting of the city council what is considered best to be done concern ing the proposed compromise with the Salt Lake Railway company. CAT RETURNS HOME ATFER NINE MONTHS' ABSENCE Special to The Herald. LONG BEACH, Feb. 19.— From Mrs. A. i:. Halls back fence a Merles of piteous "meowa" announced yesterday afternoon the strange return of "Tom my," a maltose cat, of which nothing had been seen or beard for nine long months. The cat was sold by Mrs. Hall to 1 >v. llerron of Lob Angeles nine months ago. Three days Inter "Tommy" led I lie doctor ;i merry chaae of ten blocks down Broadway, and finally escaped. A long continued search availed naught and the llerrons and the HallS sup posed It. waa "good bye, Tommy" for evermore. The oat had never been out of his pen before he was taken to Dr. Her ron's home in Los Angeles, and that trip was taken In a bag. Ills return from that city to this, a distance of twenty-two miles, Is considered re markable. Needless to say, he was tenderly welcomed. "Tommy" Is a val uable cat. He and a brothel- feline were purchased a year ago by the Halls. DOG IS SUCCESSFUL IN COMMITTING SUICIDE |p i;,| d. -I'ln- Hi raid. LONG BEACH, Feb. 19.— The dead body of a handsome colllo was found yesterday afternoon lying alongside the Hedondo car line and near; Ulxby park. Motorman Clark Emery, who works on iii,- Itodondo line, .said this morning that last Sunday afternoon when his car was near this spot, this dog ran along the aide of the track Just ahead of the car and laUl down across one of the rails as If desirous Of committing sui cide. Emery stopped iii« car when it was within a yard of the collie and drove the dog off the tracks. It is supposed that the d»K either in. Hie another ami mio-1-.-.mi ni attempt \ si riivxtou Sunday nighl or died of a broken fieart. No one claimed the dog and he was burled by tiotorman Emery und Coaduotor King. LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNTNG. FERRUARY 20, 1007. NEARLY STARVED AND STEALS PIE WILL SUBPOENA COOKS TO PROVE HUNGER Man Who Wat Caught in Cafeteria and Stabbed Proprietor In Fight Declares That He Wat Starving T>on«c Bench Office, 1 29 Bast Third Street. l'hone— Home 207. LONG BBACH, Feb. 19, To prove thai hunger led him to burglarise In outer in pel something to eat, James Brown, who was caught one night taut week in William Bosustow's cafeteria on Ocean avenue, says thai he will cause to be subpoenaed al his tiini two looks in local restaurants who Will testify thnt Brown begged them early that evening to give him his supper. Brown WftS bound over to the supe rior eoml tills morning to answer tO the charge Of burglary. Ills bond whs 11 1 v. , i ( $1000. Brown was caught by Bosustow while eating n pie in his cafeteria after hav ing effected an entrance through the rear dOOr, The tWO men struggled fiercely nnd Drown slabbed the other In the hand with n paring knife, pro ducing a pn lnful but not serious wound. ♦-•-♦ « NOTES AND DOINGS IN CROWN CITY HOMES Spenini to The Herald, PASADKNA, Feb. Ifl.— Subscription* to the band concert fund are coming In quite rapidly, anrl it is already MBUred thai another concert series will bo the order of the remainder of the season In t h>- tiarks. EvangeliltlC meetings belns held at the Lincoln Avenue Methodist church this week nro meeting with great suc cess. Twenty-five dollars and J1. r > wore the two fines that Justice Klamroth ris- Besr.ed two men arrested this morning on tho charge of cruelty to animals. They were driving D horse that was scarcely ahle to wnlk owing to ulcerated feet. The men were Philip Rosenfeldt nd Nathan Ananherjr. William P. George, founder of the George Junior Republic, addressed a large audience tonight at the Shake speare club house. The lecture w<is given under the auspices of the Young Woman's league and proved an entire success. The labor men of Pasadena hjave called a mass meeting to bo held Wednesday in Woodman hall beginning at 8 o'clock p. m. to protest against the alleged unlawful kidnaping of Moyer, Hay-wood and Pettibone, the Colorado and Utah miners. Harry Burton today settled down to married life with the young colored girl to whom he was married in Justice Klamroth's court yesterday, closing an unpleasant Incident. SOCIETY CIRCUS WILL BE GREAT SUCCESS Special to The Herald. VENICa Feb. 19.— Nothing is being loft undone to make the society circus at the auditorium on February 22, 23 and 24 the most elaborate social func tion ever held In this section. Today the great structure was completely || overhauled by a corps of skilled work- ' men who tomorrow morning will ar range the several carloads of fixtures j and decorations to be used in the ar rangements. The festivities will be gin Friday evening and will continue ' throughout Saturday and Sunday. Spe- ' clal prizes ure to be awarded in nearly all of the events and special honors j will be conferred on the leaders of the large delegation from Los Angeles, Pasadena, Hollywood and other so ciety centers which It Is expected will be in attendance-. Annouwement was made today that Mrs. Abbot Kinney and Mrs. M. M. Merry would Jointly conduct the peanuts and popcorn coun ter and other ladies will be appointed tomorrow to take charge of the lemon ade, sandwich, program and flower privileges. The patronesses of the af fair include Mesdames Abbot Kinney, M. M. Merry, Dana Burks, T. M. Mel drum, F. H. Gere, E. J. Vawter, A. F. I Webster, (\ E. Lovelace, T. O. Evans, Ceorge Sibley. A. W. Layne. H. P. Schofleld, A. Ed Robinson and Force P. Parker. DRAWING FOR CHOICE OF HORSE SHOW BOXES Special to The Herald. PASADENA, Feb. 19.— The drawing for choice of boxes among the mem ;>ers of the Pasadena Horse Show as- Foointlon will occur at the board of trade headquarters on Monday even ing, February 25. The drawing will merely determine the order In which the members may take their choice of boxes at the show when the regular annual sale of seats opens Friday, March 1. EXCURSION TO SAN DIEGO WILL BE GREAT TREAT Special to The Herald. PASADENA, Feb. 19.— The prepara tions for thi! excursion to San Diego Washington's birthday under the aus pices of the local board of trade are being rapidly ronsuiinmated and the tickets for the excursion have almoat all been SOld It In figured that there will be at least LTiO to attend the excursion. Half prloe tickets costing $2 have been ar ranged for, that children under the age of 12 years nilßht also enjoy the trip. • » » ASCOT PARK MAY BE LOCATED NEAR LONG BEACH special tv The Herald, LONG r.KVCH. Fob. 19.— There is a rumor afloat that A mot park will in the near future be located Junt north and west of ilus city. Here, It Is said, s little city will be Incorporated under the name of Ascot I'ark. The district in which it is said the raoe truck will find its future home [a in the .same HiiperviHurul district as the present Ascot park, namely the Fourth. PLANS MODERN APARTMENTS FOR LONG BEACH CORNER BpucUtl to The Herald. l.ii.Mi BEACH. Feb. 19.— Miss Caro line Schwarting of Los Angeles will l i ii i ii an apartment house containing eight three-room suites at the corner of First street and Lime uvenue in the Established 1876 ®|||pk 416-418 S. Broadway, S. A. Brown, Mgr. phi V^p^Pr^ One thing; you're always sure of in buying a piano at the "Big House" — J^^^Vjff j that's the right price and the same price your neighbor pays. ///////]/ We mark every piano net \\\ plain figures and that price holds good to V» ,A Jb^^^fjn Were you to send your child here to buy, we'd quote the same price as /T^~~~— J |p^~~ilL we would to you. J^^^lh fjP§§»P|| Fair dealing, right prices and liberal terms have made the Big- House jP^Bißfi .^JlS^r^ "California's foremost piano sellers." rJwJ 18 'Stores on the Coast: San Diego, 807 Fifth St. ; Riverside, 521 Eighth St. -W^a. HSn |&r 'T'^fr'ra t" fre ' 3 more of the real jf^iiSil't.'iS! substance of Beef — and a j!j"^ri;, : ;fJ-.;-«»j |ij higher quality of Beef — *nfcga^[jsj an ' n an ' ler Meat IlkC^^Bl " " UST have THIS tisnalure ! < !^$A--7?- *jh '" i) '" Ci or ''* no ' S enu ' no - '■ The Talß of the Town Is Mohawk- Johnnie Mining Company's stock. Last week we were selling this stock freely at the advertised price of 10 cents per share. In the Sunday news- papers we announced that thereafter people wishing the stock would have to buy it at market price, as arrangements for listing the stock with the San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board were pending. Early Monday forenoon a heavy de- mand for the stock commenced. This demand steadily grows in strength. Several thousand shares have been sold at 12^4 and 13 cents; 12^ cents is plentifully bid, but we cannot deliver a share at less than 13 cents. At \2% cents those who bought the stock of us at 10 cents can clear 25 per cent on their investment of less than one month, or at the rate of over 300 per cent per annum. This is a handsome profit, indeed, but we do not advise the taking of it, for we know that a still handsomer gain can be had. We now predict that the stock will open on the San Francisco Stock and Exchange Board around 15 cents, permitting a clearance of 50 per cent on the capital invested, and we are confident that it will climb steadily above the opening quotation. The first call of Mohawk-Johnnie on the San Francisco exchange should occur some day this week. We proffered Mo- hawk-Johnnie to the public as our first big, quick profit maker for 1907, and events have certainly proved our right to be called Prophets of Profit, for one month from the announcement of the stock at 10 cents per share, a gain of 25 per cent, or more, is available to our customers. We are sustaining the record made dur- ing 1906 in Mohawk, Frances-Mohawk, Jumbo, Red Top and other Nevada stocks. There is nothing arbitrary or fictitious about the advance in the price of Mohawk- Johnnie ; it is simply the result of a bona fide market demand, an evidence of pub- lic recognition of the fundamental fact that the Mohawk- Johnnie Mining Company has some of the choicest holdings in one of the richest districts on the great Gold- field belt, and as development reveals the golden measures of those holdings the company's stock will be clamored for and forced upward in price. The Mohawk- Johnnie is now a producing company. It owns and operates two splendid leases on the famous Johnnie Consolidated property, Johnnie District, Nevada, and has ' piled up on its leases a large quantity of high grade ore, some going as high as $1970 per ton, or nearly $1.00 per pound. Within ninety days a mill will be ready to reduce this ore and the large amount additional that will have been taken out in the meanwhile. The company is also working night and day to make the six claims it owns south of the Johnnie Consolidated property producers; ore from these claims goes as high as $481 per ton in gold. Intrinsic merit is back of Mohawk- Johnnie stock, and it is bound to rise to many times the price at which we sold it. I We say to you, BUY MOHAWK-JOHNNIE AT MARKET. R. D. Robinson Co. "The House That Wins" 608 Grant Bldg., Broadway and 4th Sts. [TENTH YEAR IN BUSINESS] Sunset Telephone Broadway 1604 Home Telephone AlOl3 near future. Local architects have completed the pliuis and bids on the construction will hi', received soon. The building will be two stories high, will be colonial In stylo and will be finished in expanded metal lath and plaster. There will be a disappearing bed In each of the rooms and a private entrance to each suite. COUNTRY CELESTIAL PAYS FINE FOR CRUELTY OFFENSE Special to Thf! Herald. PASADENA, Feb. I!).— Sam ShiK, B local celestial, paid a One Of US this morning for cruelty to animals. The Chinese pleaded not guilty to violat ing any law of the "Melloan man," and founded his plea on the tact that it wan right to drive daoreplt and maimed horses In China. It was over thus, and be did not see why California soil had anything to do »ith the treat* ment of animals. He sees Clearly now, not through a glaM darkly, but through tin iin made In the fog by i In; passing of twenty-live cold dollars. LARGE TOURIST PARTY ARRIVES FROM EAST Special to The Herald. PASADBNA, Feb. l». One of the largest Raymond-Whlttomb parties to arrive in I'astulena this s, -asou eanie in today from various points in tin- BUIi mid the party members, numbering over 100, haw taken quarters In the n->i-i Qreen. The greater portion of the party win remain for the rest of the season though it few of them will leiiliu to their eastern homes after they have enjoyed the Bunshine of Southern Cali fornia for a lew weeks. Weight il no measure for coffee and tea; it's the name Schilling's Uest. M3bßFott4fot&MEßka4F& I« «n ordeal which ntt' iLJfr iSZnK-B m^M mWMI MMm BW women approach with "■■" indescribable fear, for M MI@9 'mHbTT 'BUB 'BT '.ID noth >ng compares with m mv § nt.R J:, a. • -s-* child-birth. Tba thought of the suffering and danger in store for her, robs the expectant mother of ail pleasant anticipations of the coming event, and casts over her » shadow of gloom which cannot be shaken off. Thousands of women have found that the use of Mother's Friend during pregnancy robs confinement of all pain and danger, and insures safety to life of mother and child. This scientific linimont is a god-send to all women at the time of their most critical trial. Not only does Mother's Friend carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but its use gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevents "morning Sickness," and other. die- B comforts of this period. JIJV aCal^BPaf. M fffiafsn 1 MOTHER'S $i.oo per bottle. Book IkW a B B BmmmM M& containing valuable information fro«. kT m W%M§T m MM aWfc Ihe Bradfield Regulator Co.. AtU»~ta. G a . #* ff af Mm Kw MJ BRIEF NEWS NOTES FROM SANTA MONICA Special to The !li raid. SANTA MONICA. Feb. 19.—Con siderable amusement was manifest at tin' meeting of the board of city trustees last evening when a petition was pre ■■anted from Thirteenth street property owners who asked that tho "hoodoo" bo taken off thai thoroughfare by changing the name to Euclid street. The petition was referred to the city attorney to prepare an ordinance tor iii,- purpose of. allowing the desired change in name to be made. Contracts Involving clow to $50,000 have been lei during the past week for lmprovementsI Improvements to tin- White Star pier property. The pier Is at the foot of llolllster avenue and was recently bought in under foreclosure procoed ings by unknown parties, locally sup posed to be Identified with the Karri man interests. The pier is to be put in lirst-class snap before the. .summer sea son opens. BERKELEY ASKS AID TO MOVE STATE CAPITAL .Si i,ii to 'I'll-- Herald PASADENA, Feb. 10.— Pasadena's aid was asked today to assist In th > removal of the state capital from Sacramento to Berkeley. The local board of trade sec retary received the request from Sec retary S. N. Wycoff of the Berkeley chamber of commerce, it states that the Berkeley men believe they havo things coming their own way and with a kittle assistance will be able to land the plum they so anxiously are working for. 9 A BEAUTIFUL FACE. Semi Kiniiip for Particulars unit Tentl- ■noniall of Hie remedy (hut eleHrM the Complexion, Removes Skin Imperfee- tlnnn, Mnkrn New Illond nnd Improves (lie Ilenllh. If you take BEAUTYSKIN beneflelnl result! nre Kuarnntepd or ' money refunded. CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO., Mndlnon Place, Philadelphia. Pn. LADIES ! The 0 0 l an Shoe Shop S . is selling I 52.50. $1.00 and J5.00 shops, »n j all .«lao«. for a pair v» HerohantN Tnut lliillillr.ij. Salesroom 50.1. 207 8. Broadway. | I i ZZZ~"Z~" SHjWjD^I SICK. AND ANXIOUS jf^^fe^^y to b« woll? Then let th» I aSr'JeteJ^^i ereat Chinese doctor. Toy Ke«. I £»&*(&>■<?«■■• lren t you. Testlnianlala on • &£is&&*''\' vl * w from Brateful pntlen.i agßSjs^KKig*, who hare been cured by th-> p^B*,'Tlt' lS«l S« use of pure Chinese herbs, of I fe'W*. r " Consumption. Heart. Stomarn. | Kj9Hra%* '\ Liver and Kidney Troubles. I ?^Ss*S; : ii ; ii TOY Consultation Hilt' DIl! mvßEt^mM toy kee. S2O s. hiii at A BUY A PIANO y V On Our Easy Payment Pin tti & Wiley B. Allea Co. \ f 8514 W. fifth St. Jj Raima Heights Newest and best of close-in properties. Only 20 minute*"' ride from the business center. Ulk lotn. i,ow prlcea. JANSS COMPANY Owners Suite 200, ITnlun Trunt Bid*;. Corner Fourth and Spring. HOTELr^, ? ORENA lAIHIb EVERYTHING v l: \V Ji|i|&wS' . 705 \\ IONT 7TII ST. MBJaBPaWB— % Fireproof strpl bUljr. ! Beautifully furnished I Main 2775. Home F5600. I _ « , ■ «-«* set of Teeth $8. I JMt T&r j&m . _^i)hon« ftflß Ky^J-Z3^^^ 440 p wpJ^^^^*- 1-^1 -^ Hroadway IW^-"" DENTISTS Open evening! till 8:30; Sundays 9 to 12. 1.. C. Mil. l. nit, Prealdeuti J. G. FRENCH. Alee Prt-a. and (100. M(r.| IVKS 10. COBOi See. iiu<l Trena. Venice of America Land Company OWNERS EAST VENICE OF AMERICA TRACT IMmuea: Home 4077, Sunaet 3-131. Vrmtfr>. C«l—^-— TBITIWTITiBWI I 'V ' <Em 9 Wo sH wo afm •lurlrHj chnii^^^^^^KK^^^^B^aß^ij^B be fl . " ." - -- " ;. - _ IDT I »*lk'