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Los Angeles herald. [microfilm reel] (Los Angeles [Calif.]) 1900-1911, January 12, 1910, Image 16

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L.A. BREWERY
IS UNDER FIRE
TOPHAM ON TRAIL OF ALL
DUMMY PERMITS
CHARGE FOR USE OF LICENSE IS
$50 A MONTH
In Report to Police Commission In.
vestigator Recommends that
Saloonkeeper Be Ques
tioned
The name of the Los Angeles Browing j
company was introduced into the long '
list of offences against the retail liquor
business when Police Commissioner I
John Topliam rendered a supplemental
report to the commission last night of
saloons controlled by breweries.
Mr. Topham reported that the stock
of the saloon at 1006 North Main street I
is actually owned by one Haskins, Willie '
the Los Angeles Brewing company owns
the permit In the nune of G. Koch and
charges Haskins $5D a month for the
use of the permit. Mr. Topham recom
mended that Koch be cited to appear
before the commission and show cause
why his permit should not be nvoked
and the commisison acted on the rec
ommendation and cited Kocn to appear
next Monday night.
According to a previous report made
by Mr. Topham, the Maier Brewing
company is the chief dominating fac
tor in the retail liquor business, and a
number of saloons this brewery is said
to control are to be Investigated by the
polite commission tonight.
Two more cases of the Maler com
pany's control of saloons were reported
by Mr. Topham In his supplemental re
port last night and the commission
cited the holders of the permits in both
cases to appear next Monday night and
show cause why they should not be
revoked. Topham declared that more
will follow. His report is:
To expedite matters in this in
vestigation 1 wish to report as fol
lows:
That saloon at 401 North Los An
geles street, permit held by Puisse
gur Brothers, Is managed by one
Pouget, and that Puissegur Broth
ers have no Interest in this place.
Neither has Pouget. This place is
owned by the Maier Brewing com
pany and Is a resort for Mexicans
and others of low character. On my
visit to the place it jvas full of half
drunken cholos, and had every ap
pearance of a tough resort. I would
recommend that Puissegur Brothers
be cited to appear and show cause
why their permit should not be re
voked.
The saloon at No. 1006 North Main
has the license permit standing In
the name of G. Koch, while the
business Is run by one Haskins. Mr.
Hasklns states that he owns the
stock and would like to have the
permit in his name. He is com
pelled to pay $50 a month to the Los
Angeles Brewing company for use
of same. I would recommend that
said G. Koch be cited to appear
and show cause why said permit
should not be revoked.
The saloon at No. 301 East First
street is run by one M. Wagner,
while license permit stands in the
name of John P. Weber, No. 301
- «Sast First street. Would recom
mend that said Weber be cited to
appear and show cause why said
license permits should not be re
voked:
LIVERY STABLE RAID
BRINGS TO LIGHT LOTTERY
Two Chinese Charged with Conduct.
ing Game In Place Owned
by White Men
Sergeant Sebastian's Chinatown pqtiad
raided th*» livery stable of Latlmer &
Pluckett, :!S2 Eaat Second street, late yes
terday afternoon and arrested Ching Lingr
and Wong Chingr. proprietors of an alieged
lottery game, with what the police say is
a complete gambling outfit that has bMO
operated in a back room of the white
men's stable for more than a yrar. I.ms
and Chlng were taken to police headquar
ters and booked od a charge of violating
the an ti-lottery law. They were released
on depositing $100 ball each and will appear
In police court tomorrow.
Sergeant Sebastian stated last night that
the Chinese gamblers had practically been
frichtened out of Chinatown and were
moving into district* populated by negroes,
■who, he nays, are their best patrons. "We
are making uut a case against these white
liverymen who harbored the QhliiSM gamb
lers knowingly 1 >r more than a year," saul
the sergeant.
Sentenced, Becomes Hysterical
"She trimmed her nails with my new
razor and ruined it," said Charles Bet
torf in Police Judge Frederlckaon'i I
court yesterday when he was being !
tried for being drunk and threatening
his wife and two daughters. His wife I
and daughters testified ueainst him
and stated they were compelled to call
a policeman for protection. Judge i
Frederickson sentenced Bettorf to serve j
thirty days in jail. When sentence was
pronounced Bettorf sobbed bitterly, and j
when he n-as led to jail he became hys
terical and his cries filled the court
room.
Succeeds His Father
The Southern California Loan asso
ciation, at its headquarters in the
Coulter building last night, elected
Horace Wilson, son of the late Percy
R. Wilson, to fill the position of attor
ney, and director of the associutiun,
which was left vacant by the death of
Percy R. Wilson a short time ago.
»•»■ Temperance Lecture
At the Vincent M. E. church, 139
West Twenty-ninth street, James H.
Woertendyk will speak this evening on
"Relationship of the Voter to the
Liquor Traffic." Woertendyk Is a tem
perance lecturer of wide experience and
will speak at several other places In
the city during the week.
Death Calls Designer
August H. Lex, an architectural de
signer who came to Los Angeles two
months ago from Illinois, died yester
day at his home, 5103 Echo drive. He
is survived by his wife. Funeral ser
vices will be held Friday at 10 a, m. at
the chapel of the Los Angeles crema
tory.
HEAD CUT BY BROKEN GLASS
Silas Roberts, 1182 East Forty-seventn
street, was (truck by flying glass from a
broken skylight In the Germain treed com
pany* store, where ho Is employed, yester
day afternoon, and sustained a laceration
of the scalp and the left hand. He was
treated at the receiving hospital and later
removed to his home.
SEWARD BECOMES DEPUTY
EL D. Seward was yesterday ap
pointed deputy tax and license collec
tor for tho San Pedro branch by <". M.
Taggart, tax and license collector.
Pure Silk Foulards I *£0n mft*l I I Fancy Wool Suitings
$1 and $1.25 grades. 600 lengths of very choice 24- *, 4^± £k L^AHlv\mHJ.wl L? $1.25 and $1.50 striped suitings. Good range of ■ pggm g^
inch foulards—the most fashionable of all silks for /M M 1 y^ O^b^ESTPLaS^roP?rW)E wrfnted street shadeS in StnpeS< etc- Made from J %JB /~*
spring wear. sto 14-yard pieces. Rich designs ' J J^ #, '■! mi ii^mi—■■■i— him 1 P»re worsted yarns. For coats, suits and dresses. £ Z7 \*/
and colors. , - Broadway, Eighth and Hill Streets 46-inch.
Garland $/% /\ .-^.
JSr^ -«-—-—^--^ A iiju _Mt_ a. Heaters. *m^ I'l^^^? w\ II
J&jg^^^^^m T*k There are interesting things to see .ill the way from I \^ M SJwJT^n'.o^..""*.^ wWsJ£!s*3 PictUreS 11 $?0
B B^P^l the basement to the beautiful Southern California \ jfW places i.<>» ,vndo» i» most proud of, Irep^w* /^k C <||'«vf
>»jw panorama that you can see here from V M '"" thousand niile»,nill y"» find Kuril fßi TF M 50C OtUi 75c
"^^^^^^^"~~~"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ OUr extensive roof garden. -^^^ another store, for conveniences as well lliLaJyi* -L-.J M Values
, ' a* rallies, as on quality corner. Jjlujaj] i?H ""' '"'
(iwß«™rift'7l Splendid assortment of
'— v^^^^^— Up in the air! That's where our sales records seem to be climbing. The figures are getting big- ' c^JJwa-.ii. nea gilt framed pictures, suitable
_ _ ' r , _ , ..... ... , „ ..iI-«( Cr>ii*Vi*>rn Pal 'or use in an room in the house. Fancy heads in oval
r>^*/*/*^k n«MI/VO ger every day. It's nOt surprising, but it's gratifying to know that the people of Southern L.ai frames , pretty landscapes, scenes and fine mission calendars.
JT'li'iid # JMlJiy* O ifornia will so"readily respond to such bargain calls as we are putting forth through our daily ad- ___^ ■ .
*" vertisements. During this Aviation Week the values are, if anything, even stronger than usual. ! -■ ' ' j
Special Sale of Guaranteed Drugs, 25c !; j us look over the list announced on this page and then think what it means when we tell you ; /■ M'&jf^ X//~)'w1 O i
and 35c values; choice, 15c. that this is just like one bargain chapter out of a whole book full Every aisle is crowded with j /\ %^J^\_^ y %^l'i'^
25c bottle pure olive oil, r>i c- [ Just such offerings as we speak of here.
i;.p,i~::zi-ifc ' u P -to-Date a . -^ $1.00 and $1.25 F" £\
TJSSS pure. castor ol 15c Up-to-Date —/^ Veils Goat SI IP
—To— ! C.°. Ugh 15C I ,#g§g^\ Hand Baes h 1 .i^U U-»y - national bargain. inclua-^/V/V/
syrup. * ounces ... +jr YJi^-^y^a % 11 /I II I I IIUvS A ¥ I . A |i IT ! ing our entire line of 3-yard auto veils;
. Sue bottle peroxide of hydrogen. jg c j </ SSSP^lfc- JLJ-«'"I-V* U'ttgCJ *X • %-^ V>^ flne chiffon and crepe chiffon, in all colors. Just about
' ! .::'IW* JpJ^ife^P m. A Great Biff Assortment Of Vt> * i t===. ! twenty dozen of .these in the lot.
25c bottle finest turpentine. |C c , *<r>sJfA t—iK f^ illP l7'eOf 01% nnvrt P % ==
16 ounces 'oC ; .^W^^y^i *|j to 53.00 Values I . .
25c bottle high-grade furniture Ic_ X 'AK^" ■^"•^•**^V"^^ I.: <' cant even begin to tell yon of the %% 5 \P\>.UU ijCJUCIt'C VCIIS (|1 'i C
; polish \ C UZ^^^jf"' • styles included, for that would mean cat- | y o Goat II 'r^
fp^a?X^ ™!". 0..' 3. 1! 1. 11. 1. 1! 6 15C I *' '^iSi^^m^^ aloging everything new and novel in 1; We've listed for inventory and we find A
2-.c Maie'r-'s Select Malt Tonic, 1r 1 *'^^mB| Pwf-J carriage, Swagger, avenue and other bags. Beside the'staple black 3 we have just fourteen dozen to clear
special ! lOC ; <f!?^^«»H»s^|l§|a'" there is an almost Complete railge-of best colors. Linings are leather < out; square double veils, all colors; fine Russian mesh, !
',^^,/^.v--.-.- --^-^~^^, -_- l _q_r_n. l -,.--• Ai^iL^*"*™"™' or moire, and the fittings just what you want. It's one of the I over very best chiffon. ;
really big bag opportunities of the year. Take advantage of it today. ——_ — ~~—.—«~— ~ ■■...■■■.
[Photo Suoolies^ The Sale of Tailored Suits Continues Today
Get your supplies here and save. You %J& dw^WH -g^ffSHl *" M Mi V* M &M V^ <JJ*fcl-JP Ig
want to stock up for Aviation Week W» mmmmmmtmmmm- ' jßm &L **—~—mm^mmmm^* J& mti « —— —„
pictures. Now's the time. jfa $M ■'■'■"'■»■--■— j« am *^. « "*™°>^™"
;We Do High-Class Developing and |i>{ B9 _ . .^^ For SUITS G9 !^^ J^g For SUIT 3 '
34c Brownie Films 29 C AW ffiZlfik ■■4| ' MjLW 'ts^oT
6 Exposure Films, No. 3 Special — jflL. jflp ti T. ag ■ ffl
15c Pkg. Cycko Postal Cards 12c 9 «^BBLr 'JS&'^B W
, Printing trames, y -me .... c Q ver a thousand smartly tailored suits of serge, broadcloth, worsted, soliels, diagonals, wide wales, etc. Great variety of long coats and plaited skirts.
Vkit Olir SnilVPtlir Deoartment ' The inimitable quality of linings and tailoring are factors to be considered. Nearly all colors and shades; also blacks and navies. Sizes 44 to 50 in. arid
i IZVZiZ wUhTcoirtL^rcaur^L'^: : To* Accommodate Out-Of-Town Customers We Will, Whenever So Desired, During This Great Aviation Week, Alter Garments Within 2 Days of Pur
', >enln» that outclass all others. CALIFORNIA chase.
j E°3r™ c=^3 A Decisive Clearance of Our Women's Sweaters
""*"■-'""";:;;: Sweaters Th %7o re S2= Sweater Thow s co re S3= Sweaters Tha 9 woT S5
~-- "~~ —'—>~-~^'-" ~~~ '38 to 48 inches long; closely or loosely knit, in shell, mesh or fancy stitch ; white, gray or red. Hamburger's "Knit-to-Fit" kind. There is none better.
i Women's Silk I j*?L T% & FI M ft A\l Soft HatS»^arm Coats® Comfy Dresses $12 . 9 5 Rugs
9VV Stocks A 11 M ¥ DAY for Little FolKs gSaa^S. • Heavy Br*wels ... *PIU
P^ StnrkinCr? : M*#^F iIMP I lljyrl LUUe rUIUi .^^^^^^^^ room size tapestry Brussels
llk A *-»#^V«v»'«--,*> ( Wi^'^lf E^B^IJF 1 On I ... rugs in fine Oriental and floral pat-
V# *fl Wnrth SI Kft n Pair tL ■* 'JF m^m m tmr ■ « ■ . XlSw* Jtt«Verytlllnff xftk terns; all wool surface; rugs worth
FAI \ J "orlll *lualalr iBW'^K • r. , t-, „ , Our flannel find domestic de- i |ApCL' ,J. , °- \^ a third more.
S Every thread silk; they;, /^K£Ps&k Prices on our Second I'loor, Baby partments haven't forgotten the fff » That BaDV Needs V^ r\ a ex- am
come in black and colors. CW-'"4- I £'';>'>\ c *■ „f tl,irrl baby during the rush of the Avi- BJ ' _ rf W* , UliaTtef oeCtlOll ffl* C
Others with silk and lisle feet. Have wide ; ; ffi&fisl?>&. Section, cut practically one-third atlo^ Sale t' Here are a few of Mi -T> ■ \« Wilton Wnrrc fnr »D»)
garter tops. A real bargain at the price.; jßl^iU^MS^f'A off The Styles are right the qual- the many specials prepared for ml J\-'jL -: IH "ululi r\UJ,?> IUI .. . . ir^
_--_._ . _, i^,l ! v*«P f>;; vt;-t'•» ••' i" „, i v- today. All orders taken today H j^^T^* Ttf^ft Mi A mill's samples (one-quarter sec
i \A/r%'mnn C "V f If! <?t\ A**S%K?* S'WMRrTa lties good and the workmansnip hemmed free (wholesale orders El Cr'rtk' Vi'.Mr M tions) of finest Wilton rugs in beau-
VV OUILU .> ** KjJUSp <MM,3M^ is just such as you want for baby. P ted). N » Dfl^r^vl § fun' Persian designs and colorings;
J-jr -»/->» _...__ /"V BE» I l&^trafeirO Telephone order* promptly «V nt'f'i K> /# ■ full ruga worth $45.
A CriOVGJ il C WISSSt $3-50 Coats Now $2-50 """ VeT rr 1111;,""""- r V. %K^kr^ «L : 18c and2oc Silkoline lA n
: All Perfectly Fitted M"} I* |«i $5.00 Coats Now $3 50 ™. Woolly Fgg^-Thor- ■^f^Jjk : and Cretonnes .. . . IUC
J Two-clasp, black, white SXS^J WU^lB&tizSgP $6.50 Coats Now $4.34 in.; free from burrs; OUC 1(1. JT^^^ A great big lot to select from All
and colored kid gloves; , $7.50 Coats Now $5.00 best anywhere at .. A^rea lot^B elect from.^All
ce^naTta^r^^ tod^ $8.95 Coats Now $5.97 12icSo ftBle«:hed Canton plannel> yard /X E'^^r.^c^onnfin!
T/!/^«-i^>«^c. DiUUnrl v egulars l2 . so Co.^nST 8 .. !! I:!! i::: .$ 8 : 3 4 «£ Extra Heavy Shaker Flannel, yard ... |\Q eluded the lot
9S" c, I f ,t/ 7 Regular $15.00 Coats Now $10.00 124 c and 15c Fancy Outing, 36-inch, yard.... 11l . ; u»c^j*. „• - 111 :
jir WOOI VeStS Bonnets Worth Up to $1.00, Now 50c 15c Ramona Flannel, 27-inch, per yard • yd / Worth $1.50 Pair .. . «||>J.
•^^ M* „ _ n _ ' Bonnet^ Worth Up to $2.00, NOW $1.00 In Shades of rink, Blue and Cream. • Absolutely the best values ever of
/ .Ili 51.50 Garments . Bonnets Worth Up to $3.50, Now : $2.00 Embroidered Flannel-White wool, dainty scalloped and $1 Yard s&"eadlace C2Srtlsn£ OVM
*%y -YanUL bbe4i.o"° lbr Vand S Bonnets Worth Up to $5.00 at $3.50 hemstitched edges; skirt width (others 65c, mB $2.50 yd.) *l lartl -tron. "de by S^Snd 8 vtrdS'lon"
. High neck, ,on S le|£ UßA.s^k,e length Bonnets Worth Up to $7.50 at • $5.00 -m- or sha^^elj-XOOO S'eS th. KSygl^ 5 C Yard ; Neat and »- borders to
pant, to match. Priced at 9 , c a garment. { Bonnets Worth Up to $15.00 at '. ... $10.00 Wool Nap Baby Blankets-Good, large sizes; pinks and blues, each 89c. __J ...
HUNTINGTON GIVEN
SILVER LOVING CUP
GARVANZA BARNS SCENE OF
UNUSUAL GATHERING
Conductors and Motormen Exchange
Compliments with Officials of
Los Angeles Railway
Company
The conductors and niotormen o£ the |
Los Angeles Railway company present
ed Henry ES, Huntington, president of
the company, with a silver loving cup
lust evening at the third division car
barns in Uarvanza. A number of the
prominent officials of the company and
about 500 of the employes were present.
The cup was of silver and stands
nearly a foot high. On one side of it
was an engraving of a trolley oar and
on the other the inscription, ■■Present
ed to H. E. Huntington by the conduct
or* and motormen of tho Los Angeles
railway, January 1, 1910."
The presentation speech was made by
Motorman GJ. A. Pritchard. Howard E.
Huntington, general manager of the
system; made tlie speeeli of acceptance
for his father. Following him J. J.
Aken, ■uparintradent, and C L. Lewis,
assistant superintendent of the compa
ny, mad* short addresses, each dwelling
on the growtl) of the railroad to its
present size and the friendly relations
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1910.
which have always existed between the
officials and employes of the railroad.
Judge D. K. Trask also spoke.
Several of the most prominent of the
platform men present made a few re
marks on the employes' side of the
question. A string quartet entertained
between the speeches.
The cup was presented to Mr. Hunt
ington by the men as a mark of ap
preciation on their part of the interest
he has talten in their advancement and
improvement. Every man employed
either as a conductor or motorman by
the railroad contributed something to
ward the purchase of the cup. The
committee in charge of the affair for
the car men consisted of J. N. Berry
and R. B. Foster of the first division, J.
A. Koulty and W. E. Stoll of the second
division and J. C. Phillips and J. C.
Buckncr of the third division.
MUSIC PUPILS ARE
GIVEN SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarships won by piano pupils at
the Yon Stein academy of music In the
last six months were awarded at a
pupils' recital given at the Gamut club
last evening. Three scholarships were
awarded.
Held on Burglary Charge
Police Judge Frederfckson yesterday
held Grover Keller to answer to the
superior court en a charge of burglary
and fixed his bonds at JIOOO. Keller Ik
accused of entering the room of
Thomas <;. Norton, 308 South Main
.street, and stealing an overcoat and
several neckties. He was arrested as
he emerged from the rooming house
and was wearing the overcoat.
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gl',-;,;;,. -
m o nr v i ; ■...
P EJL C Q PLQ nado ;;
RWJ^S*|| ' 4 hours away |
By JpMj^ Just across the bay from San Diego £
I l^»»—^BIHB polo—tennis—boating—fishing—etc. I
;■ The golfer may enjoy his daily round of the links under Ideal *
f conditions. The delightful and refined social life of Hotel ■!,
i. del Coronado brings together the best people of the four I*
quarters of the continent.
Round trip rate to San Diego . »$ «■« £ *«; '
Trains leave Los Angeles 8:55 a. m. — 2:15 p. m. —
11:55 p. m. V.^ '..^v'
E. W. McGEE, Gen. Agt. Santa Fe, 334 So. Spring St.
INTERESTING ROU TES Tfi TRAVEL
BANNING LINE-Daily^rri^Tto
Santa Cataliaa Island
S. S. HERMOSA
GREATEST FISHING KNOWN
Glass Bottom Boats to View the MARINE GARDENS
U.t\MWi CO., lul i-ui in,: biaruic l.iilldlnie. L<m Anit«lM.
' Pliiinrii—Main 4402: I «,170. ' |
/ HOTELS-RESTAURANT S-RESORTS
I The Largest and Best J //^lt/ m^ r^l /~1 ■ £ \
I Ventilated Restaurant lTtip&tlCll V^CIJG
From Spring to Broadway between Second and Third streets. Beat ma
terials and cooking dally from 7 o'clock morning to 1 o'clock night. Music
from noon to close. Hear the tdlltng of our novel patented Electric Chime*. '
CAFE BRISTOL Splendid Arrangements Have
Dinner here means more, far more, Been Made at
than merely eating. . It means perfec- - —. . '_. -
tion In every course, in every glass, in I f^\T"\T C I 'lfn
the service, In the music. X-/V/ ▼ J i 3 VaiV/
EdU» Baument H. W. Uellman bld«. for Aviation Week . Best fare in tho
Fourth and Spring. city at popular prices. 3rd and Main.
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