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POLICE HUNT GIRL; FLED FROM HOME Mother of Pearl Clark Frantic as No Trace of Daughter Found MADE ESCAPE BY WINDOW Detectives Baffled as Clews Are Run Down to No Pur pose After kissing her mother pood-nlp'ht, Pearl Clark, a pretty 16-year-old girl, went lo her bedroom, quietly raised the Window, dropped ten feet to the ground and despite the efforts of her parents to trace her movements she has not been seen since 9:30 o'clock Wednesday night. Miss Clark lived with her parents, who conduct a fashionable apartment house, 2716 South Grand avenue, com ing to Los Angeles from Boise, Idaho, last November. The attractiveness of the young girl soon made her a favorite, and she has been ;i B"U6St at many house parties and one of the Jolliest members of various automobile *xcurslo!Ks. Shortly after bidding jrood-nlght to her mother the latter entered thi room to put out the light, as was her custom, and was surprised to find Pearl missiiiß- The open window showed the means of exit. SEAitCU irmHTI.BM Mra. Clark at once notified her hus band and a quiet search was In stituted, but no trace of the girl found. After searching all Wednesday night Mrs. Chirk reported the disappearanco ut police headquarters yesterday after noon, and several detectives were de tailed on the case. F. O. Clark, father of the girl, pave tbe detectives the nainns of n young 1 men who had been paying at tention to his daughter, but at an early hour this morning all clews had been run down and the .sudden disappear ance remains as much a mystery us ever. Mrs. Clark appeared at police head- Quarters again last night and plteously , begged the officers to make every ef fort to locate her daughter. The wo man plainly showed the effects of a night and day of worry, and i.s at a loss to account for a reason why her daughter should leave home. Whether It Is a case of elopement or that the girl was inveigled by some person older is a question the detectives are trying to determine. MAS PJSCONTKNTKn "Recently Pearl has seemed discon tented," laid Mrs. Clark, "and she ex pressed a. desire to return to the friends she met while living In Hoise. Sho lias not had to work and every attention has been given her, but recently I hay« noticed that she seemed dejected In spirits and acted as if something grav. waa on her mind. Bhe is an accom- plished pianist and singer, and al though fond <>f theatricals never evinced a desire to go on the, stage. Leon Goldstein, who conduct* a cleaning and dye houae a fen doom from the Clark home, stated last night tli;it he saw ivurl shortly after B:80 o'clock Wedni hday night walking north along South (irand avenue. Bhe mis dressed In itreet attire and appeared to be in a hurry. Detectives learned thai Mill Clark has Ij«< n the reclpli a\ of a number of presents and letters from an ardent ad mirer, and are endeavoring to i the young man. Although but in ■ old. Miss Clark would readily pass as an 18-year-old girl. Bhe Is a pro nounci-d blonde, tall and slonder. When she left home she %vor>> a princess dress •with a large fur boa about the neck and a picture hat. It's tvs easy to secure a bargain In a used automobile, through want advertising, as it used to be—and btill -to secure a horde and carriage- A Few Strong POINTS About Our Merchandise flExtra values in Men's Sack Suits at $in, $is and $20, Including Black and White, as well as choice mixtures. flßest assortment In town of Men's Trousers at $2.50, $3, $4 and $5, including' Corduroys. Sizes up to 50 Inches waist measure. *jThe largest showing of Auto Dusters In Los Angeles. All the new Spring styles. Prices $2.60 to $20. •IThe latest down-to-date styles in Shoes for Men and Women, Hoys and Girls, at moderate prices— splendid values. .Q Smart Neckwear, Shirts and Tog gery for Men and Boys^the, late new ideas. Hats for Men and Boys— a truly remarkable style exhibit —all shapes, colors and styles. We Fill Mail Orders Outfitters for Men. Women. Boys «* Girls 4&-439-44l:44& XWTH &FHim HOTEL MEN FROM EAST VISIT SHORE Delegates and Their Families Make Circuit of Beaches as Guests ENJOY HOLLYWOOD'S BEAUTY Los Angeles Inspected at Night by Members in Unofficial Manner The hotel men and their families spent yesterday visiting the beach re sorts near Los AnKeles and in viewing j the beautiful homes of Hollywood. Without exception they were entranced i With the trip. The New York and New England parties left the Hollenbeck hotel at 9:00 o'clock yesterday morning, the Chicago party leaving one hour later. They went direct to Redondo Beach, via the' i,os Angeles <v- Redondo railway. After luncheon the trip was resumed, the long ride along the sea over the , Los Angeles-Paclflc line from Redondo | Beach to Venice and Ocean Park being d. At each resort a short stop ; was made, giving the visitors an 6p« portunlty to gel out and walk around. | The final stop Of the day's trip was at Hotel Hollywood, where they were ten- | tiered a reception by the Hollywood, board of trade. Paul de Longpre's res- | idence was thrown open to the visitors , and several other beautiful homes In- | spected before the return trip to Los; Angeles was made. J. Last evening the visitors did as fancy I dictated, the Southern California Hotel j Men's association having set Thursday evening aside to allow the easterners to j mi thing of Los Angeles In ai. unofficial way. This morning the party will leave thu Pacific Eiertrlc depot at 8:30 and will i spend the day at Catalina Island and return In the evening to a reception and ball at Long Beach. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS PAY TRIBUTE TO NEW OFFICIAL HamburKor's cafe was th,' patherlng place of tho Pythlans of company '£> last evening, 250 members of the uni form rank, K. of P., their wives and sweetheart*, illning In compliment to Co\, J. C, Royer, recently appointed' assistant quartermaster general to the Third regiment. Lieut. K. G. Swanger presided as chairman and Richard Mel roM as toastmeater, Among the after dlnner speakers were Major Charles J. Noyes, brigade chaplain; Hrlg. r,en. J. | A. Drillill. CoL K. A. Miller and Capt. R. L. Dunlap. Music u:t-s furnished by llatnlmrgrer'H Arrow orchestra. HERALD PATTERNS As *> furtnei convenience to oar readers all patterns ordered from The Herald will here after be delivered within five day* from the time the order Is received in tills office. Tills limureit ten days' prompter delivery of pat terns than has ever before been attempted by any newspaper In T os Angeles. 2027 LADIES' SEMI-PRINCESS DRESS. HERALD PATTERN NO. 2627 All Seams Allowed. Broadcloth in the color known as Con lord-prrape ha» been uaed for this at tractive shirtwaist nult. whloh Is serv iceable and stylish for both morning and afternoon wear. Two wide tucks atltohed to the bust lino In front and to tba wnffct line In the back distribute the fullness and give a broad-shouldered ap pearance to the figure which Is very be coming. The seven-sored skirt, which Is cut In plan gores over the hips, baa «. double box-plait In the back and Is at tached to the waist under a bolt of the material. ThH dress laatens down the .eft side of the from with cloth-covered outtons, and a small pocket ornament* :he right breast. The separate turrtd"Wr. collar and turnup cuffs are of whit* linen, heavily embroidered by hand with purpls silk floso. The lower edge of the skirt is finished with a deep hem and stltchad to match the rest of the dresH The model may be developed to i»d vantaiju lv serge, cheviot, cashmere, voile, Henrietta or wool batiste, or, lv fact, any material that the wearer de sires. The pattern la in 7 sizes—32 to 4* 'nches bust measure. For 36 bust the dress requires 11!4 yards of material 2P Inches wide, 8}; yards Zl inches wide, 6\4 yards Sii Inches wide, or t,% yards 42 inches wide; each with % yard of linen 87 Inches wide for collar and cuff«. Width of lower edge of aklrt about 3V6 yards. Price of pattern, 10 cents. «. <j> <$> ORDER II LANK <*p ♦ <9 <$> »»■ Pattern Xo. 2657 * <•> Pattern Department Herald: Inclosed <A <«> plense tlnd 10«, th« price of tills pat- & H> tern. When ordering please Inclose $ fa lllUHtratloo. Use the following blunkai .4, £ Slid <i> Name <♦> £> Address & % City end «t*t« % LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 15, 1910. ============= I LARGEST DEPARTMENT STOREWEST Of CHICAGO ======== " ' . , = NflirOrQlin FVD.PISIQQDQ tho Rp^t I) +n See Our Special Ad of r Neverslip Eye-Glasses the Best \lfri~x\\v6\i \ xWn/DPX imnrnnnmrn r^nnrn Ifs-just as important that you have the lenses in a J M2fUJI/UJK4O li^ S" KPK El ll" 1 NHI Th correct position before the eyes as it is to have.the ¥ I # wwW £l UIIUIbIII- IllUkU VllvbU proper lenses. "Ncvcrslip" eyeglasses are always in \*r "7- UIM ** ■ ■ For Women, Misses and Children -a -t lvi 4. v^iur ,j nnAtiMiiAV rirLmjyo'tiiii QTnrrr^ For Women, Misses and Children correct position, and arc comfortable, too. Eas.ly ad- II m\m. UGHTH.&HILI streets h Section v Page 3 . justed with one hand. Our optician will show you. I'.j. , ==i section x, ruge o. Mil I INF RY Today Is the Last Day of Our UNDERMUSLI ™.ntl?sirr SALE OF TAILORED SUITS AT A DOLLAR . Think how unnecessary and HH 1 A &7 Kd A long time since a suit selling record such as ours for the past two clays has been equaled how unreasonable it is to make 9j V Ik I *1 9 anywhere. "Naturally we are pleased, but pleased most because we have pleased so many gowns and petticoats and UI M I|J ■ IUU new patrons along with hundreds of old friends. The reason? Values and the style. drawers when you can buy BISSh^MrvSS I 1 Three and four button S ,y.c Pl ain , a ilor,d J|E |- -1 *^££S&?SSSm^S face "l' „am a" and Mian The suits "uot- SU". "' Sh°W° " I *la " °U. ™aM ' ™?" of 00/n,a,crial S -and straws, trimmed in the way ed for Wed- 30 to 38 inch coats and beautifully plaited COfl , lain > in«pen- for only one dollar 1 that's peculiar to this type of nesday's and skirts lead in the models at..rv OZU sive tailor- Petticoats — long . • ■■' The«Al™antftathe VS Thursday's Beautiful cream serges also many colored JJHC made, you will 01 and ribbons in such an abund- selling will be materials, prominent in those at OZU find it—if you \ | ance —and all arc put together out for your Almost every conceivable material and color OQfl want a hand- openwork embroidery— Hjjf M in the jauntiest, most fetching choosing as is shown in the collection at OOU some affair at r^unTwayTand r^sotSrtStalyVce^n well on Friday. Magnificently trimmed as well as plain tail- DOR anywhere up to be suited—a fact which some Mere hints ored styles, many of checked fabrics, at OJJ $90, it's here— GOWNS in the slip- AJ| milliners seem to forget. given here. Handsome cloth suits, the latest New York C,_ in big variety. iivcr. hlßh anil low nerk Mil || milliners seem to forget. given here. Handsome cloth suits, the latest New York VAfL in big variety. .stylos: hom.-t itched, cm- II" smart s,,it Hat., irimm.,l with qutiu, | [ and Paris models, are here in variety at OtJ I broidery and Val. lace Jfi^ li wings an.l mallnr, at $4.88. N trimmed. You'll find MTU pi corsets .^^ WHITE lINRFRIE WAISTS .<^& —^s v ' \.*fes^^^ ill Ila LlllULilll. liniUl V <^bt^M Drawers of white fa A D rk-rrni "D /-»«-«• r\r*4- S&iiv'J-jfi&yW x^^^f nainsook, regulation and T| JtvOVal Xveiidll. -*T9fej/ — — ■.- J 1 .**^ .^ /\ j-^ <-^'.'J^=---4 circular styles, with flno nt% I . J*) JVIOCIGIS ir« 1 M \ M \ £bs&&s!^ embroideries, Vai. and ?T B SI Values 79c ' iiawmviu lk B I II I il^^M Torchon laces. Beautl- ■ $3 Values $1.95 //| , All Sizes tfl> JL • V/V/ N|P9 COMBINATION 0 j This special sale of corsets M^llplA , ' h W33&k I SUIT S - Perfectly \ 1 counts for much when you n^Wifefill Hundreds of them-an elaborate showing of 35 different mod- fp|f7%Fk/) o a d do Swn V consider that the models are in WBLMuis%Qr- els in lingerie waists for spring. Many new ideas have been 'v»«i(JKV l}\ combined. Splendid values, 1 the latest low bust style de- Wu/rTfiil carried out in the designs. For instance, there is one that has "l\\cs creed by Fashion. Made of 'M// Ml tne anel embroidery insertion down the front to the waist > Uffir CORSET COVERS gt| A heavy coutil a.nd finished with Jut I ///f'l// line, and a plaited side ruche, trimmed with Vai. edge. An- USA wondertu , variety. Trim- VI strong supporters, they are jygJL -*■' other of fine mull, with pin tuck yoke. Some have elaborate \ 1 AM\ mins of Vai.. linen Tor- |ljP 1 fine in the fullest sense of the M??3t\ trimmings of embroidery and lace combined with tucks. The \ %jfi* • non. embroidery medal- | worf l. &*' \ sleeves and backs trimmed in a way that harmonizes. lions, etc Good materials. ■ The Newest in Mattings Lace Curtains at $1 a Pair BEST GRADE, 35c OTHERS, 25c AND 30c. Some of the prettiest we have seen at the price. And then when you dfk M Time to get the winter carpets out of the way-time to make the house ■ remember that they are 50 and 54 inches wide and 2\ and 3 yards U" l| look cool and inviting. Mattings have more to do with this than the aver- long, you'll wonder how we manage it. These are in Arabian or |l| W < age person thinks. They must be good or else they're always looking white, and there are scores of patterns— plain centers with scroll J^ X shaggy. These China mattings that we have just gotten in are fine. They'll borders, Grecian designs and floral effects. M give wear, and they have the appearance— what you want. In pat terns and plain colors—you can match the draperies or the tone schemes Inrh CroiCknne I^r ' RiltitrnlnUJ Net? 40c ' j of any room. They will give the best service of any matting we know. 00-iHC/I L,retOnne 4OC JJUngaiOW rseJS <±UC i That's why we want you to try it. Over a hundred patterns—all new Spring New flirt nets—much better than we have , , )■'•'., \ stock. Designs appropriate for bedroom been able to offer before at this price. In \ l A Reduction on Full Rolls— Yards \ drapes, scarfs, bogs, etc. mission effects. | PAINT AND VARNISH BRUSHES GREAT HOUSEFURNISHING SALE To buy the whole stock of a large New York storesounds like a lot of Forget any of the little things yesterday? If you did you'll be glad to know brushes, doesn't it? That's what our buyer did not long ago. Beginning with that this sale will continue Friday. Needless J.o say that you save on every this announcement, we will sell any brush in the lot at half the regular price, article you purchase— sometimes half, and less. Paint and varnish brushes— all sizes and all kinds. Read some of j iTYnilin ATrill nnAI/mA Ik** FI«*I SittT!!!!! ■m®— mum. j^AOHIO STEAM COOKERS, the Best f%SSf| : ]• gSfldiig£&ir^ [^_^Jjj^Jir llß3s=SiH:|"L^S".' im ■' >,' !!.lil,.il'::lll. II you've probably heard of these. Tiny arp mndo in LJ jllgji| • -.y " f IJL"*H IT in "- I, ss==s=!Ußl'W'/ ™ ■■ i r** .i,....^ V Toledo, Ohio, and have Krown famous from one end —— ~~jT^~anJnt U-'--"*'•» i* ff/an — iH?:: • f :r liiil.il ::l,i[:ii[lli" S of tho country to thp othor. They are certainly the (Pto t—^M\ K^*X i— —- ■ * t---F=.:i-l»-lil^ laj^i.rT-jsgtj. , tj> most satisfactory of any steam cookers yet devised. « (I'r-n~1"* fl!'i||:l , c _i,.. e oc_ i '* Ipai The Ohio Steam Cooker not only prepares meats, fowl, » I"*,*J> 1 Ij j 10c values 5C 75c values Jac , [HiiSij, nr vegetables, fruits and desserts better than any other, / wan HII 25c values 10c 85c values . . .'. 39c ; f m "m li"11"1 | but It saves you labor, time and fuel bills. | Ij^ ,9% j | j 40c values .*.'.'."..' 15c $1.00 values 50c ; ■i.!liiil||;,|;i!li!,;i l 2 . roMPAJtTMr . NT 'ma «3.»» ng^^i—ill 60c values 25c $1.50 values 75c i f_ W j-oompabtsient size n.ws i™,.;,. % I||j , .._ -fc. — WSB^SBSBff' Automobile Lunch noaketi of German willow 9Sc | ~"^S ni ! J A | N«t Rug, of Rich C»rpetln»-Made from th. short end. of e.rpet^-m yard. in A | P^ f s^lt" «.d Pri ,p,r*-Cut g.a^ 8t»rlln. top.,, each * 11-- Jif «-| ,enth. if you bouifct those from oft th. piece, you'd pay from II to 11.(10 a « I " I A iiarbagK CaJ-lWvlly >alvanl<.d: 86c valu. 59c sSSCJII Jkl yard .Today you et them, neatly boun.l-flni.heU anally for use a. rugs at J^ | , L co.«, ib ¥ ZlZ^l: K.Habl. Oven-1 hun,.r 11.19 71^^=3 F ' yl a dollar, On sale on our big Third Floor ▼' | \\ l^F I Tun)b , er ,_« tlllll bIOWB (law; -„-■ bI««. dozen 38c UL^^J|J^ As Usual, Special Friday Remnant Prices on All Short Lengths, Odd Lots, Etc. Saving in Every Dept. CITRUS FRUIT REPORT CARLOAD SHIPMENTS .1 Shipment* of oranges and lemon* ••> ■i, from Lot, Anuelea Tile-nitty, April IS, v ■•■ were Hi carload* of orange* and -'- of •>< <*> lemons. Total to date there have been • .« iblpped 14.1 MS carloads, of which lUS."» ■•■ ..> were. lemons, i.hm season to date there ® <» were »lii|«i>«Ml 17,ii1(l carloads, of which •• ... 2238 were lemons. »' . ....... . . . . - • • • ?-s*s><s CITKCS FRUIT SHIPMENTS Orgs. I* m. Totl. Wednesday. April IS 141 . 19 161 To dato this seas-0n..13149 1953 151U2 To date last season ..15567 2264 17531 BOSTON BOSTON 1, April 14. — Twelve cars sold; warm: market unchanged. Navels —Liberty, EJ»condido F. A. 12.30; Liberty, Imp, sumo, I2.8B; Honor Bright, A. F. Ex. High. $2.75; Eugle. same, (2.65; Coyote, O. K. Ex. $2; Palomar. Loveleßs Ft. Co., $2.45; Quail, O. K. Ex. $2.10; Orchard, or, Nat. O. Co., 13.20; (lover, xc. Red. O. G. Assn. 12.35; Ideal. $2.40; Signet, xf, O. O. Cash Assn. $2.33; Stock Isabel. $3.20; Delicious. $2.10; El Do rado, Escondldo F. U. Assn. 11.10; Heart Of Gold, A. F. High. $3.10; Sweetheart, same, $3 10; Quail. O. K. Ex. $2.10; Log Cabin, Loveless F. O. A. $2.40; Gold Buckle, it. 11 K. High. 43.10; Log Cabin, Imp, Loveless, 12 60- Standard, ad, Nat. O. Co., IS >>": Luna, iii. B. Peycke, $2.50; A One. xc, or, fame, $2.36 1 it! Sunshine, fy, O. O. Cash Assn. $2.25; Lion Head, xf. I. L. Lyon, $2.20; Colonel, xc, same, $2.05. Grapefruit—Log Cabin, $2.90. Tangerines, Vis —Log Cabin, 11.80, NEW YORK NEW YORK, April 14. —Twenty-nine cars oranges ild; market very active on good stock with prices Bllghtly higher; clear and favorable. Navels —Defender, xc, Altland V. Co., 12.35; Del Monte, $3.20; Mahala, xf, 1,. V. W. Brown. $3.30; Swastika, same, $2.75; Blue Banner, xf, Sutherland F. Co., $3.10; Green Babber, same, $3; Iris, D. M. Ex $3.16; Violet, same, $2.70; Alta Create, A. H. Ex. $3.05; Ilobusta, same, $2.U0; Hobo, same, $2.65; Glondora Heights, A. C. Q. Ex. $2.90; Violet, D. M. Ex. $2.10; Stag, A. O. a. Ex. $2.75; Pointer, same, $2.05; Hunter, same. $1.96; George Washington, Rlv. Ex. $2.26; Martha Washington, same, $2.35; Planet, S. S. Ex. $1.95; Hod Shield, A. C. ''•■ Ex. $2.35; Alaaar, $2.40; Whittle!', S. T. Ex. $1.90; Pointer, Imp. A. C. (}. Ex. $2 63; Hunter, imp, same. $245; Pointer, same, $3; Euclid, or, Growers Ft. Co., $2.86; Inlander, r, same, $2.50; Sierra Celeste, $2.85; St. Michael, 12.35; Independent, fy. Growers Ft. Co., $2.85; Stock Label, same, $2.70; Independent, fy, Growers Ft. Co., $3; Independent, eh, same, $2.60; Lion Head, xf Lyon Sons, $2.66; Elephant, or, Hle phant Orchards. $3; Elephant, seconds, same, $2.40; Halt Moon, xf. Red. O. O. A. (2 .20; Best Yet, $2.21; Lotus, O. K. Ex. 12.70; Monogram, same, »2.10; Standard, 13.15; Standard, J2.:;>; Golden Cross, Imp. name, $;t; lied X, lmi>. same. %■'.. 7' i; Oolden Cross, same, J3.05; }leci X. fain', J2.70; Blue (Hol.e, Riv. Kx. Rlv. 13.06; I'epper, same. 12.75; Bear, o K. Ex. >:.(": Moose, same, $2.4u; Quail, tame. J2.55; Orchard, Imp, or, flat. O, ''"•. |1.*B; Standard, Imp, sd, same, standard Orange Co., $3.05. Bl.iods. Iced Carmen, fy. Randolph Ft. Co., *2.:<0; Mute. eh. same. J2.35; Iris, I). M. Ex. $.1.35; Violet, sanv. $3. in; Jasmine, same. $2.75. Beedless, Iced Mission Bells, fy, A B Chapman. 12.10; Mission Memories, eh, IS TO; Minion View, sd, sam.'. $:.«". Taut;. Tines — Swastika, 11.85; Orchard, II.»0; Bear, |l.'» 0; yuall. $1.70; Alta Cresta, 11.80; Bobusta, 11.71; Mission Bells, $1.30. Naveli Hs — Mahala. 11.50; Blue. Banner. $1.35.; Green Banner, 11.36; Qolden Cross, Imp, |] 10; Red x. Imp. »i 10. Bloods, Vis —Col- onel 11.85; Blue Banner. $1.65; Lire, n Ban ncr 11.65; Isls, 11.56; Violet, 11.60; Jas mine, II 50; Red Qlobe, 11.55. (Correi tl >n Vestenlay's sale Mtn. View brand seedlUlKi was given u-hich should have, been U View, the standard grade o( A. B. Chap man, the average was 12.15. BUILDING PERMITS Following are *ne permits Issued since the last publication of th« Hat and classified ac cording to wards: . Permits. Values. First ward t * 1.700 Second ward * lv" Third ward 4 -■"■'" Fourth ward I 8,340 Fifth ward 9 18,700 Sixth ward J f.,400 Totals ....:.. 28 »«■"*> Melrose avenue and Newman street— F. M. Cole, 127 North Vendome street, owner and builder; one-story, five-room resilience; $1000. Wall street, 3971 —John Hammer, 116 Oarey street, owner and builder; one-story, seven room residence; $2400. SprinK street, 171-79 North—Mrs. Lankershlro, 331 Wilcoi building, owner; Q. lilllniann, builder; alterations of bulldintr; tIMO. Ninth street, 917, West— Henry Pendell, at lot, owner and builder; alterations of residence; 1300. Temple street, 3303— M. Holmes, at lot, owner and builder; alterations "'' residence; 1300 Tempi* street, 3303— J. M. Holmes, at lot, owner; B. 8. Holmes, builder; alterations of residence; '1300. Sixty-third street. 600, West— H. Gould. 2318 Btandford avenue, owner; A. I. Norton, build er" one-story, Jive-room residence; $1500. Ohio street, 219— T. Rlley. 43. r South Flower street, owner and builder; one-story, four-room residence; $700. Ohio street, 221—Same as above; $700. Ohio street. 225— Bams as above; $700. Ohio street, 227—Same as above; ,<7uo. Fifty-first place, 653, West—N. C. Roberts, 6315 Holmes street, owner and builder; one story, five-room residence; $1500. Fifty-third, street, SM. West-N. N. Holgren, 1242 East Fifty-seventh street, owner and builder; one-story, nve-room residence; $1500. Third avenue and Pico street— J. Nelson, at lot, owner; Q. T. Shoden, builder; one story, three-room resldenoe; $350. Lake Shore avenue, Tyler & Co., owners and builders; two-stery, fifteen-room tenement house; i<'i"»K Bonsallo street MTO H. A. Troup, :«*w Boutb Main street, owner; J. c. sheets, builder; one ftve-rooni residence; I Blxty-flrst strett. UO, But Hopper-MacPar land Construction company, owners and build- > itory, Bye-room residence; Jiivw. riift..n street, 4:.i a. M< Iver, SU South 11', j! t street, owner and builder; on- Bve-roi m resldi noe; ; Forty-ninth street, 334, W«( O. L. K»rr, 816 .North Siche.l street, owner; M. A. Kmde, builder; one-story, ■even-room residence; jn.'.o. Normandle avenue. Mus I'lisrrim Conrrefa llonal church, owner and builder; one-story, four-room rhureh buildins; 18000. Avenue 22. 111, South H. T. Heard, 588V4 Si>iith Broadway, owner and builder; one-story Inoloiure; 1200. Twenty-seoond street, !4i<\ Weat-R. A. r,,nklln, 2552 West Pico street, owner and builder; one-story, Fix-room residence; $11,710. Isabel Mreet, 690— F. Srymanskl, owner; J. 1 ■ ii/.;tKOlskl, builder; one-story, four-room res Idem >; < •• Forty-»«cond itreet, «C 7, East-J. R. Ker •haw, TOl East Forty-Moond street, owner him builder; one-story, live-room residence; $isofl. Blalne and Grajit streets— Elizabeth M. Og den, I7ir» Hobart'boulevard, owner and builder; one and a half stories, eight-room residence; 12T50. Nililh avenue and Twenty-first street -Jamas Tollotlon, (49 South Chicago street, owner and builder; one-»toryi six-room resldenoe; $2i*w. Marlposa stieet. MI C. W. Wilson, owner and builder; two-atory, ten-room residence; 14000. Marlposa Ftrcot, 935—<•. W. Wilson, owner and builder; one-story barn; $300. Fifty-first street, 1723. West—Los Anncles Investme.it company, owner and builder; one story, nve-room resldenoe; J1750. YOUTH REPORTS HE WAS HELD UP BY NEGRO BOYS While on an errand for his mother, Isadore Saltzborg, 10 years old, living at 803 Alpine street, was inveigled into 11 ti alley near the corner of Temple street unrl Broadway last night by two ><i iiiß negroes and robbebd of jK) cents, according to the story Saltzberg re ported at police headquarters. The lad stated he was walking south on Broad way, when two negro boys, apparently 12 and 13 years old, stopped him and asked him to go Into an alleyway, as they had something to show him. In the alley one of the boys held Saltz berg while the other rifled his pocketi and obtained the money which Saltz berg's mother had given him to make some purchases. STANTON FIRES OPENING GUN IN SANTA BARBARA Candidate for Governor Arrives with Campaign Committee SANTA KAURARA. April 14.—Philip A Stanton of Los Adri-Ics launched his candidacy for governor hero to night. He arrived with a committee from the south. paMed the evening at the new Potter hotel In an informal reception to Banta iiarbarans. He will bn here all day tomorrow. Those with Stanton horf are: Maj. J. W. A. Off, CbarlU H. Toll, Goorge A. Cochran, K. R. Allon, Wlnfleld Hogaboom, all of I-.os Angeles; Charlfs J. Heartwell of Long Beach, rapt. w. j. Mclntyre of Riverside^ d. w. Stew art of Oxnard and Judva N. Black- Itock of Ventura. FACTORY GIRLS BANQUETED Bishop & Co. laid tables In fine of the large factory rooms last night for a dinner in honor of the Amity club, an organization formed by the girls em ployed in the candy factory and aflill ated with the Young Women's Chris tian association. Following the dinner there were selections by the factory orchestra and readings by Miss Raquel Gonzales. Both the members of the [ firm and the young men employes were ho3ts at the dinner, which 200 em ployes enjoyed, the event being an nounced on the menu cards as "Bish op's second annual square meal." Remedy CATARRH Ely's Cream Balm ll|pif!u^ Is quickly abiorbed. E"£?~v^'//'off COVPI Gives Relief at Once. W^ "^H^^oi It cleanses, soothes, E/^FEV£R^^?iS heals and protects Isb* *w^H tha diseased mem. I _^^"vlvt^^B bmiie resulting from HM&Hf^ ,^!-£fgi| Catarrh and drives I B- r >-j ftVP?-'^B awny a Cold in the ig«rA^r>>it*WS3i Head quickly. lt»-|JAV rCI/rO stores the Senses of fin TtV til Taste and Smell. 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