Strangers are Invited to vtslt the exhibits
if California prwlucts et tho Chamber of
Commerco btiiuilng, on Hroadwey. between
first mil Sei oml streets, where free Informa
tion will b» given on all subjecu pertalnlne to
The Herald will pay »10 In caiih to any one
furnish lux evidence that will lead to ttio ar
reet and conviction of any person caught «tenl
lug copies of The Herald frum tin. pr«Dla«g
of our patrone.
Msmborishlp In thn Las auki-Im ncalty board
lee virtual gnarantm of rollublllty. Prorl"
•lon lii made for arbitration ot any difference!
between membin nn-l their client*. Accurate
Information on realty matters la ontMnabl"
from them Valuations by n competent com
mittee. Directory of members free at the
nffli-o of Herbert Buntott, secretary. 625 he
ourlty building. Phono Broadway 169«.
The I^egal AH »ocloiy at 232 North MMn
•treat le a charitable organization maintained
for the purpose of aiding In legal matter!
those linabln to employ counsel. Tho society
nnrdi financial mulutance and seeks Informa
tion ri-triirulim worthy canea. Phons Home
FSM3; Main SIM.
The IlnrnJd, like every other newspaper, Is
misrepresented r.t times, particularly In cn*»*s
Involving hotels, theaters, etc. The public
will plwise takn notice that every reprexoiila
tlv« of this paper Is equipped with the proper
credentials, nti'l more particularly equipped
with money with which to puy his Mils.
TIIIC nil HA MX
DR. LAWRENCE CHALLENGES
Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Lawrence, well known
workers In the antl-clgarette came, have re
moved from tne HouenDeoM Homo anil have
imrchaoud a bungalow at Ml James street, at
the foot of mi. Washington. Dr. Lawrence
challenges any one over 70 yours old to a toot
EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS OPEN
•evangelists J. W. McCord of London, Eng
hlhiiil, mi I Milton St. John of Ban Fraancinco
• besan a eerlee of evansellatlo meetings last
111 1; in to continue two months. Services will
ii" bald In 11 large tabernacle tent at Main and
INSURANCE AGENT CRUSHED
BY AN ELEVATOR; MAY DIE
Charles Friedman Seriously In
jured in the Story Building
While attempting to enter the ele
vator in the now Story building, Sixtli
and Broadway, at 7 o'clock last night,
Charles Friedman, an Insurance agent,
was crushed between the elevator
doors, receiving injuries which, ac
cording to the police surgeons, may
in me fatal.
Friedman's left shoulder was brok
en, six ribs on tho left side fractured
and his chest and throat bruised. It
is also thought ho is suffering from
Just how the accident, happened Is
not known, the only explanation being
that Friedman was late In getting In
the elevator and the doors closed be
fore he could get out of the way.
Friedman lives at hi South Flower
Street and has a wift and three chil
dren. He has been employed by the
If. V. Hoffinan-Akey Insurance com
MRS. HARRIS BURIED
Tim funeral of Mrs. Catherine M.
Harris was held yesterday from the
family residence, 340 Blxel street. Mrs.
Harris was 62 years of age and was
formerly a resident of Duluth, Minn.,
coming to Los Angeles about four
years ago. She Is survived by two
children, a son, Klchard Harris, and
11 daughter, Emma A. Harris. Th©
Interment took place at Kvergreen
cemetery, the Rev. Will A. Knighten
"I cannot dictate, of rcHirno, to his
Honor, the Mayor."—Dedication speech
at Hartford by J. Pierpont Morgan.
Tut! Mr. Morgan Is in the habit of
dictating m much higher officials than
a mere mayor.—Puck.
■ __^ LOS ANOELES, May 21. 1910.
fline.|Barom.|Thcr7|Hum| Wind"| Vlo7| Weather,
6 a". mil 30.00 164 I SB"T~E Cloudy.
\P" '>>; t_23^£>S_ I _60 1 71 _ | SW I 15 I Ft. cldy.
Maximum temperature, 68.
Minimum temperature, M.
SAN" FRANCISCO, May 21.—The following
maximum and minimum temperatures are re
ported from eastern stations for previous day:
Chicago, 74-62: New York, 74-511; Omaha. 78-60
Fog prevails along the coast. The relative
humidity at Red Bluff was 61 per cent, and at
Fresno 65. ,
For Southern California-Cloudy Sunday
light south wind.
For Baa Francisco and vicinity— Bun
day; warmer; light north wind.
For Santa Clara, Sacramento end San .Toa
quln valleys-Fair, warmer Sunday; light north
B That Are
I ——The Stelnway costs hut little more than other pianos.
S—TOME—That quality, unexplalnable, lasting—to be obtained only In a Stelnway.
3—TOUCH—<Stelnway touch is perfection. To play or practice on a Stelnway ensures
absolutely the proper development — not too hard nor too easy.
— IHIJAUIIJTY — ■!,, years of the hardest wear the Stelnway can be mada as
good as new with comparatively no expense, when other makes have be
come worthless, or can be repaired only at great expense. ," ' ;^;
—INVESTMENT—If It becomes necessary to sell your Steinwuy after years of use
it has been proven time and azaln that a Stelnway twenty years old will
sell for more In the open market than any NEW high grade piano In the
Hi;\li:\llSi:i( — Steinway Is (he piano that sets the standard.
WE ARE EXCLUSIVE STEINWAY AGENTS
We ire exclusive Stelnway representatives for Southern California and Arizona.
New Stelnways can be purchased nowhere else. Grands, Vertearands and Uprights,
$(75 to $1650. Guaranteed Now York prices plus the cost of freight and handling.
Geo. J. Birkel Company
STEINWAY, «J*X>HJ.\.N AMI VICTOIt lIKAI.KIIS.
345-347 South Spring Street
Lincoln-Roosevelt League Names
No Candidate Against
GOOD RECORD WINS FRIENDS
Aspirant to Office of District At
torney Makes Showing
The belief nmoiiß leading Democrats
anil members or the Lincoln-Roosevelt
league thut 111 • - league will Indorse no
candidate for the office »t district at
torney, but leave the way open for
Thomas Lee Woolwine, Democratic
candidate, seemed confirmed yester
day, wlten jitter a lengthy meeting of
the executive committee at the Hotel
Westminster the committee failed to
Indorse a candidate for this office.
Whllo nothing was jclven out for
publication it acpms to bo the. consen
sir- ni opinion among league members
at large thai the leatrue favors the
nomination of Mr, Woolwlne.
one of tho members of the execu
tive committee, who refused to speak
for the league officially, said last
' I am nulto stiro the league will
leave tho field open to Mr. Woolwlne.
iir will undoubtedly have the .support
of th<' Good Government forces, and
it Is certain he will meet with no op
position In seeking the Democratic in
dorsement. There seems to .be no
doubt Mr. Woolwine will be our next
district attorney, and I believe at tho
general election he will receive the
support of the league."
diaries Wellborn, police commis
sioner, stated yesterday thai Mr.
VVoolwlne was practically assured of
the .support of the league, regardless
of an indorsement.
"Mr. Woolwine already haw over
2000 names to lii.s petition, and the
ease with which they were acquired
and the enthusiastic support he has
received since he first became a can
didate are an astounding revelation
of his strength and popularity. Mr.
Wool wine's nomination and election
are certainties. The Democratic party
is to be highly congratulated on being
aide to place such a fearless and
worthy candidate Into the race for this
"Mr. Woolwine demonstrated his
stamina and competency when he
went through the memorable fight In
the last municipal campaign, daring to
do right and represent the decent ele
ment *of our citizenship, even at tho
cost of losing his position and of going
down to what looked like political de
"L.os Angeles citizens will not turn
down a man of such fearless and un
swerving character, flood government
predominates in the Lincoln-Roose
velt league as In the Democratic
party, and this means that Mr. Wool
wine will be our mxt district attor
ney. The league cannot afford to turn
JOHN McGROARTY DECLINES
TO RUN FOR CONGRESS
Tells Jefferson Club He Is for
Lorin A. Handley
John 8. M.Oroarty, speaker anil
guest of honor ut the Jefferson club
weekly luncheon at the Hollenbeck
eafo yesterday at noon, surprised the
club members when he practically
retired from the race for congress and
agreed to support Prof. Lorin A. Han
dley as a candldata from the seventh
It had been understood until yes
terday that Mr. MeGroarty was to en
ter the race as a candidate, and pre
vious to Prof. Lorln's formal announce
ment he was looked upon as one of
the most likely men for the race.
Mr. MeGroarty evidently has given
the matter much consideration and in
his address yesterday formally noti
fied the members of the club that he
will not bo a candidate, and that he
will give his unqualified support to
Tho Jefferson club will hold Its next
regular weekly luncheon at Long
Beach, Saturday, May 28, at 12 o'clock
noon, at tho Palace cafe, 126 Pine ave
nue. This is the day on which the
adjourned county conference is to con
vene to hear reports from the com
mittees and Indorse county candidates.
Look for Betty Bray.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1910.
IS A CANDIDATE FOR
THE SUPERIOR BENCH
&... m Bk
ALBERT LEE STEPHENS
JUDGE STEPHENS TO RUN
FOR SUPERIOR JUDGE
Announces That Persistent De
mand of Citizens Induces
Him to Seek Office
Judge Albert Leo Stephens of the
I.os Angi les township justice court,
who for many weeks has been urged
by Democrats of the city and county
to become a candidate for the superior
bench, announced yesterday that he
would enter the race.
JudK<' Stephens' announcement will
come as a pleasant surprise to the vo
ters of I/os Angeles, who know him as
n man of high ideals. Judge Stephens
was long reluctant to enter the race,
but his friends have persuaded him
that it is hi« duty to run, and be
lieving he will be one of the most sat
isfactory jurists that could be placed
on tho superior bench, they have done
everything possible to induce him to
gesk tin- nomlnatlon<
Judge Stephens Issued his first for
mal statement to the public yesterday,
stating his exact position, and agree
ing to place his name before tin vo
ters at the primary election. Judge
Stephens' statement is as follows:
"1 have, not this year been a candi
date for any offce, and in fact had ar
ranged to re-enter the practice of law,
notwithstanding unauthorized an
nouncements to the contrary.
'.Many persons have requested me to
run for re-eleetlon to the township
bench, but four years' hard work here,
with the limited compensation afforded
by that office Is enough. A month or
TO ago a. persistent demand that I run
for the superior court Judgeship came
to me from many business men and
lawyers, and without regard to politi
cal affiliation. The character of the
men thus urging me has brought the
conviction that perhaps a lawyer hold
ing honest convictions upon national
policies may not hereafter be barred
from tho judiciary of this country,
simply because those convictions place
him In the minority political party.
"I have therefore somewhat reluc
tantly cancelled my arrangements to
re-enter the practice of law and shall
ask the voters to consider my qualili
cations for the superior bench."
1.0. STEPHENS ACCEPTS
INDORSEMENT OF LEAGUE
Lincoln-Roosevelters to Hold As
sembly District Meetings
At an enthusiastic meeting of the
Sixty-ninth assembly district flub of
the Llncola-Rooaevelt league, Friday
afternoon, N. E. Hlnahaw of Lons
Beach was unanimously Indorsed for
the state assembly.
Assembly district committee meetings
will be held at the headquarters of the
Lincoln-Roosevelt league, Rindge
building, Third ami Broadway, this
week as follows: Monday at 4 o'clock
in tho afternoon, Seventy-fifth district;
at 8 o'clock in the evening of the same
day. Seventy-second district; Tuesday,
4 o'clock in the afternoon, Seventy
Kemper B. Campbell, secretary of the
league, yesterday gave out a letter
from Will D. Stephens, candidate for
eongresi from the 1.,0s Angeles district,
in which Mr. Stephens accepted the in
! «lorsement of the league and defines his
i attitude toward the insurgents. Mr.
Stephens' letter follows:
' Lincoln - Koosevelt Republican
League: 1 beg to acknowledge receipt
of your letter of May 7, wherein you
notify me of the unanimous Indorse'
ment of my candidacy for congress by
the Los Angeles county central com
mittee of the Llnooln-RoOßevelt league.
"My desire is to be the representative
in congress of the average every-day
citizen of tho Seventh congressional
district—the daily wage worker, the
man on salary, the merchant and tho
rancher, as well as of every association
of men working lor the upbuilding of
Los Angeles city and county, for the
benefit of and not at the expense of its
"I am in full sympathy with the
cardinal principles of the league, and
believe that every man in California
having- at heart the best interests of the
state should aid in making them the
cardinal principles of the whole Kebub-
Ilcan party. I am ready to do my
share, and more.
"With sincere appreciation, I beg to
remain yours truly,
"WILL D. STEPHEN'S."
JOHNSON ITINERARY ARRANGED
SANTA ANA, May 21.— The Good
Government league of Orang« county
last night decided the itinerary of the
Hiram Johnson tour over this county
on Monday next. The start will be
made from Santa Ana in automobiles.
The route is an follows;
Newport Beach, i a. m.; Hunting
ton Beach, 9:3. r > ft. HH.i Wistminsti r,
10:30 a. m.; Oarden Grove), ll::!0 a. in.;
Santa Ana, 12:30 p. m.; Orange, 8:90
p. m.; Anaheim, 3::!0 p. m.; Uuena
Paa-k, 4:30 p. m.: BSlllertOT), 7:30 p. in.
Speeches will be made front automo
bile! everywhere hut at Fullerton,
where ft mass meeting will be held in
Your r\rw bom* «iv hr IncompleU
without tb« Hlpolito splf-rcKiilating
roller »cr»«B mid reverslblp window.
(lit ti ilcmonstratlon. Hlpollto Screen
and Sash Co., 634 Maple avenue.
SEEK INDORSEMENT OF
Good Men Enter Race for Offices,
and Committeemen Are
Chairman Albert M. Norton of the
Los Angeles county Democratic central
committee yesterday announced that
the senatorial and assembly district
committee, and the. general committee
appointed by the county conference to
bring out the best available candidates
for the various county offices, are meet-
Ing with gratifying success. The com
mltteemen are urging Robert LoUCKS, ii
is said, to enter the rare for township
justice, but so far Mr. Loucks has not
decided. The following candidates an
nounced themselves yesterday: B. 8.
Smyser for township justice, Fred
Dwyer for auditor, W. O. Hawley for
assemblyman from the Seventy second
district, John 1,. Morse and William A.
Poff for constables,
Charles Van Valkenberg porte I
yesterday that the sub-committees for
the senatorial and assembly districts
have sent in word that they will have
candidates by next Wednesday noon,
at which time the general committee
will hold another meeting in room 00
at Levy's cafe to pass on their names.
Mr. Van Valkenberg is chairman of
Hie KBlieral vuiuwilUa, ttflu balJ >e ß -
terday that the committeemen were
meeting with the greatest possible en-
"We are going to have the cleanest.
Strongest and most satisfactory ticket
ever put up in Los Angeles county,"
said Mr Van Valkenberg yesterday.
"We are yet to decide on men for im
portant county offices, but some cxci !
lent men are under consideration, if.
they can be Induced to run."
There is one business house In this
town tiiat has just passed its first
milestone. The firm i.s decidedly
pleased with the year's outcome. In
every sense of the word they have had
a prosperous year. This firm is none
other than the well known Newoomb
Corset shop of 531 South Broadway.
Any day between the hours of 2 and
6 If you happen to pass their shop In
amazement and say: "What is the
cause of this vast throng of women?
Can it be some great bargain sale 1. 1"
On investigation you learn that it was
no bargain sale—simply an everyday
I said to the manager, "How do you
account for this when you have been
Iti business only a little over twelve
months?" "Easily explained," he said.
"First of all, we have tactful .sales
women who know just how to handle
the women, and seldom, if ever, miss a
sale. Then, again, we never fall to
have just what our customers are look
ing for. and our pries suit their purses.
Just this time in the year we have a
great many brides and their attendants
who buy Of us their beautiful and
costly silk underwear, hosiery and cor
sets. They tell us they come direct to
u.s for all these things, knowing they
Will find everything smart and new.
Now I think I have explained the se
cret of my success. I shall always en
deavor to cater to all my trade."
Two of the most pleasant women I
have met for many a day were the two
just returning from Barron and Co.'s,
ladles' tailors, 424 South Broadway,
centra] building. First thins; they said
was: "<>h, my! We ordered two of
the BWelleit tailored suits, and what
pleased us most of all. we found that
Barron was making special prices, and
we were able to save $20 or more on
the two suits. Now, if that is not
enough to make us happy, what is?"
I lost no time, I can toll you, in find
ing his place of business; gave my
order not only for one suit, but two.
and an automobile coat. I saved $20
on my coat. Maybe I'm not delighted.
1 want every woman who needs any
thing in the tailoring line to know of
this wonderful reduction in suits and
coats. Hake haste the early part of
this week and leave your orders. Re
member, the number is 424 South
HavP you ever visited our Women's
Department? It is one of the largest
and handsomest in the city, splendidly
lighted, spacious, and with every
convenience and comfort for our pa
trons. Our New York buyer sends us
new selections almost daily by express.
For the newest find cleverest ideas in
tailored suits, silk and lingerie dresses,
linen suits and other ready-to-wear
garments for women, come to ÜB. What
you want is here, at prices within rea
son. We Invite you to visit this fast
glowing, successful department. Har
ris & Frank, No. 437-443 S. Spring.
Pity Steam Carpet Cleaning Works.
We make over, thoroughly clean fine
rugs and carpets. Our scouring process
makes rugs and carpets look like new.
Carefully filue-size rugs. King us up—
Main 427, F6229. John Bloeser.
Prs. Ij. E. and Grace Wyckoff, after
several months' absence from Los An
geles, have returned and opened offices
at 310 Story building, South Broadway.
Will be glad to sco their former as
well as new patients who need Osteo
Voice—Conversation, rending, public
gpeaking. New classes organizing.
Ida M. Leonard, studio, 806 Y. W. C.
Tj. T. Wood continues the trimmed
hats sale another week. DoiVt miss it.
Prices are right. 346. South .-roadway.
♦ . » —i——
Retty Bray is coming to Los Angeles.
The Herald's Exchange Column
EXCHANGE WHAT YOU DON'T WANT FOR
WHAT YOU DO
10c for Each Advertisement
THEM! ADS SIAY BE TELEPHONED IN.
FOR EXCHANGE—HAVE 9-ROOM HOUSE,
southwest, that 1 hold at |7000; will exchango
for some smaller property or good ranch
property. Address BOX 100, Herald. 4-29-tf
CIGAR AND STATIONERY STORE—FINK
location; low rent; two blocks from post
office; J800: add 1200 for good automobile.
HOX 456. Herald. 5-19-4
Fill! EXCHANGE—LOT 50X150, CLEAR,
■treet work In ami paid for, to trade for an
automobile; no Junk wanted. Address X,
FOR BXCHANQK—GOOD 6-ROOM HOUBB,
fine large lot. plenty fruit, lawn, etc., dope
In; itreet work all done; beat street. Auto
to $1000; balance tlmo and cash. OWNER.
416 E. D. St., Ontario, Cal. 5-M-W-M-St
FOR BXCHANOE—OOOD 7-ROOM MODERN
bungalow, all complete; line lot, large barn,
fruit, lawn, (lowers, eto. ; beat etreet]
In. Auto to $2000; balanca eaah, OWNER,
411 E. D Bt., Ontario, Cal. H-SMt
FOR KXCHANOE QOOD ORCHARD si'i: \ v
pump for phonograph or kodak Phone ai
harobra Hub. 71. J. D. HAOAN, lan O«
brlel, Cal. 8-SI-l
FOR BXCHANGIi ~ THREE ONK-HALF
acre lots, loutheaat, an>i ■ome monej fo»
rquitv in five-room house. Address BOX ;M.
Around Hotel Corridors
tir IS|:D to be fifraifl to go home |
I in thn (lark; nmv 1 cant flml my
J_ way homo ut all."
That's the tune a room clerk In i^oa
Angeles is .sinning, and he mean
every word! 11 • ■ couldn't find his way ,
and he was perfectly sober at that
■i <>v gee, tins particular clerk moved
the other day. He had ben living In
;m apartment house, but, not liking
it very well, decided to move. He
went house hunting. Finally he de
elded on a pretty little Hat out In the
Westlake district and for days after
he had made ins choice the beauties
:imi advantages of this particular flat
were bis chief topic of conversation.
Monday he moved In.
Being off watch In the afternoon he
out and superintended tlio mov
ing job himself. He got wlfey safely
Installed bpfore 8 o'clock and hied him
back to work the evening shift. "Have
a great new home," he told his front
clerk, ii" Imparted the game Informa
tlon to the telepnom operators and to
the casnii i. He cvi n told tin: bell
boys about it.
Eleven o'clock came and he was off
watch. lie' boarded ;> Westlake ear
and stnrte<l home to that beautiful
By golly! He had forgotten the
nanin of the street. "Never mind," he
thought to himself. "I will certainly
Know the street." Ho came to the
street and signaled the conductor. He
walked up the block a ways. Sure, it
was the street. Why, there was his
new home right there. He mounted
the steps and tried to unlock the door. :
Nothing doing. His new key
wouldn't work. Then he looked around
him. The house next door looked as
if it might be his. He tried It—same
Then ho looked across the street.
Sure, and that was what was the mat- |
ter. There wa.s his house across the
way. He tried the door and made a
noise in doing It.
"Get off that porch, you tramp, or
I'll take a shot at you," came a voice
He got off in a hurry. He walked j
up to the corner, lighted a match and
looked at the sign post. Valencia
street, it read. AVas that the name of
the street he lived on, he pondered. I
He tried the next street up. There ;
were plenty of houses which looked
like his hut none hiß key would un- |
lock. Remembering the warning he
had received a few minutes before he [
did not try the doorbell. Really didn't
care to play target for some nervous
About this time a ear came along.
It was going in the direction of civili
zation and nut of this land where all
the houses looked nlike. He boarded
It and went back to the hotel. When
he got there he was a wreck and he
went to bed, forgetting all about tele
phoning. Yesterday morning he had
an awful time explaining to wifey why
he did not get home the night before.
When she foun<l out the trobule she
sewed his name and address in his
hat. his coat and on the back of his
suspenders, so he will surely get home
all right after this—or think up an
It sure is funny what a man will do
when he is about to be—or just has
been—married. If a man Is ever going
to do any fool stunts in his life, that
is the time he generally picks out to
do them. In illustration of this point
they tell a good one about a guest at
the Hollenbeck a few days ago.
This man—he is too well known to
permit the giving of his name—ls a
mining man from Mexico and a con
stant visitor In Los Angeles, running
up from the southern republic about
once a month, year in and year out.
The last timo he came he brought an
other member of his family with him—
his wife of about twenty-four hours.
They were on their wedding tour. Well,
he just dropped in the Hollenbeck and
shook hands all around, and then de
parted to take the Owl for San Fran
About fifteen minutes later the tele
phone in the Hollenbeck rang, and the
man from Mexico, on the other end of
the wire, informed the hotel folks that
he was in an awful fix. And he was.
"Please, oh, please help me out," he
pleaded over the phone.
"What on earth is the matter?"
asked the clerk, fearing that the man
had suddenly gone insane with happi
•Why, I left my suit case—the one
containing all my wedding clothes, un
derwear and things—locked up in your
chock room. My name is on the case,
so you can find it. For the love of
Mike, put it in a hack and send it to
me. You have about seven minutes to
get it here before the train leaves."
No sooner said than done. A hack
was secured, the suit case placed
aboard and the driver given orders to
break the record to the Arcade station.
He did it.
In about half an hour the driver re
turned with the suit case.
•What in thunder did you bring that
back here for?" asked the clerk, in no
mild tones, when he saw the returning
"Why, tfye man told me to," replied
the driver. "And, say; you never saw
such a broken-hearted groom in your
life as that man was. De you know
what he did? He has two suit cases—
one In which he carries his working
clothes, and the other for his dress
clothes. This suit case contains the
former. In his delirium of happiness
when leaving he simply took the wrong
case. Now he has to go to San Fran
cisco without a change of socks in his
possession. He certainly was a blue
man when the train pulled out and left
me standing on the platform with this
suit case in my hand."
But isn't that just like a newly mar
ried man for you?
They are starting a school for hotel
clerks in Paris and another in Chicago.
10c for Each Advertisement
Bungalow, 6 Rooms, Modern
Lurge lot, (0x150; barn, lawn, beautiful
home, In Vermont Square; will trade equity
for good two-cylinder auto.
BANGS & BIGELOW
415 8. Hill St. 6-52-1
FOR EXCHANGE— LOT IN
Eagle Rock Valley for city; also $;«ioo city
property on 35th st. for small ranch or
lots. f.OS E. tEth St. 6-22-1
FOR EXCHANGE-HALF BLOCK WEST
of Moneta P. 0., car, stores, good small
house, ■ war, gas, etc., for lot or half
down, 11650. 410 W. 4Rth at. 5-22-1
FOR EXCHANGE—GOOD LOT IN SOUTH
west; clear; will exchange for California
house and lot to valuo of »900. Address BOX
65. Herald. 4-2«-tf
FOR EXCHANGE—A GOOD 45-70 RIFLE FOR
a good shotgun, or what have you? Address
BOX 203 Herald office. 19-tf
WHAT HAVE YOU TO EXCHANGE FOR A
good 45-70 Springfield rifle? Address BOX 201
Herald office. 4-29-tf
LUARN TO MAKE FANCY PEARL BION8;
no experience necessary; In exchange for a
good second-hand bicycle. \V. J. ED
WARDS, IK N. ban redro st. 6-: M
L<os Angeles, not to be behind In this
most up-to-date thing In hotel circles,
la thinking of the same stunt. That iI,
It Is being talked of to some extent In
the different hotel lobbies by the clerks,
bell boys,mi even the managers, and
all agree that It would be a rattling
The idea Is that the Y. M. C. A., or
some similar institution, should be
prevailed upon to start such a school
going in order to enable young fellows
who have to work to learn a. little
about the finer points of the hotel
game at nights or at odd moments. it
is said that the athletic opportunities
offered members of the Y. M. C. A,
would aid greatly in drawing the bell
boys, porters and even younger clerks
to the school, and once there they
would not only be able to learn many
kinds of things which would help them
to advance in the hetel profession, but
would materially Increase their effi
ciency to their employers.
As yet the matter is mere idle talk,
but it is proposed by those who are
most enthusiastically advocating it to
bring it to the attention of the South
ern California Hotel Men's association
anil let them pass on It. ' * *
Ye Alpine Tavern
Situated on Mt. Lowe. A mile above the sea. American plnn, JS jwr <?«»,
$15 per week. Choice of rooms In hotel or cottages. No consumptives or
invalids taken. Telephone Passenger Dept., Pacific Electric Ry., or Time*
Free Information Bureau, for further Information. .
VrJt* fWV*^ Cr^ T'-^- ~~"~~~~~""""" CATER TO "YOUI _^_^_^^_
siiPPiSli? New Hotel Broadway
v\ilK9li3*"'OsßSm 207 NORTH BROADWAY, 350 ROOMS, 50 SUITES WITH
V-^SJflßßfiJlfl 181 OS PRIVATE BATH; 30 S-ROOM APARTMENTS. SUMMKU
V.VV^jjmaKXJfajESSa THICKS. KATES WEEKLY AM) MONTHLY. Free bus all
W|) l^>fo\sj^H'3t\JgU-UJI trains. Thoroughly equipped to give highest satisfaction.
> _ —■"" —-""'"^^ the McCarthy co., owner. ■•
TW^t.4- At Scott's Camp
eJ n 1 I Four hoar* from Lac Angeles. Informs
f\ fl i& W ■ B 9 I lon and reservations at 30? .SUniMu
"^^ "*" * Biag., Third and Spring tie. A3S3B.
f*H /• Offers you an unsurpassable menu, superb ap
\_jCH'f%£ polntments, quick service and delightful music.
-m-* # — Entire basement H. W. Hellman Blijg., Fourth
SJVIStOI nd sp '"* . ■ • . '
TOURISTS—DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
Only First Class Oriental Cafe in City—Chop Suey and Noodles
431£ SOUTH SPRING STREET
Lew Wing, Manager. Phones—Home 3517, Main M7s
_^_^_ New brick building, strictly modern, new ' fur-
Hfl r 1 'V( ¥ . ntture, hot and cold water, steam heat, electric
'-' ■■■ *-'*-' lights, elevator, baths, telephone in every room,
/~ifi \ TJ\/f A TVT cafe, Convenient to churches and theaters. Euro
\^O/\.lTiTii».rN pean rates, 75c to »1.50. Cor. E. Firth and Wall
; ■ streets. l,os Angeles, Cal. Walter L. Smith, Propr,
-■w-v 1 A '""!J*/'*,l^*.^.' i n '7.* t'rt Nicely furnished apartments In a new and
JL/11K.G /VPariUlGlllS modern apartment building. Everything
• „ ...-!- „ j »« ... flrstclass; all outside rooms, with balcony to
3. B. DUKE. Owner and.Manager. each su)te Also have a new feature ln ' the
line of a folding brass bad. Half block from Westlake Dark, near car lines. 743 Ca
rondelet street, Phones Temple 1763: Home 83243. ■ ■ • ' ■-■.>■' -■ ■'■"-
Hotel Hinman SEVENTH AND FIOCEROA STREETS,
luxurious. APARTMENTS AND ROOMS homeluus.
(UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT). FIVE MINUTES FROM BROADWAY.
THE KONETA Clean-Central^-Comfortable
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS. SINGLE OR EN SUITE. ISIV4 M, BROAIMVAY.
Phones — Main 9831; Home F3501. RATES —50c per day. »2 per week and up.
HOTEL CALIFORNIA, 437 SOUTH BROADWAY
IDEAX LOCATION, IN THE MIDST OK THE SHOPPING AND THEATER DISTRICT.
MODERN AND COMFORTABLE. EUROPEAN PLAN 50c TO $1.50 PER DAY. NO
BETTER ACCOMMODATION IN THE CITY. UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OB
B. W. HOPKINS.
INTERESTING ROUTES OF TRAVEL
Every Day /slmsk
IS A GOOD ONE A^ fjff^Sjg)
Redondo Beach \£±j£/
PLEASURES FOR ALL TASTES
Surf Bathing, Gamboling in the Great Plunge. Dinner at Hepburn
& Terry's. A Week End of Joy, Recreation and Rest at
Hotel Redondo or Tent City
All of the Best Attractions None of the Undesirable
Los Angeles CBl> Redondo Railway
Station at Second and Spring
HONOLULU r E ?t RN
$110.00 (First Class) S. S. SIERRA 5& Days
The twin screw S.S. SIUKRA (classed by Lloyds 100 Al), 10,000 tons displacement, Ca.pt,
HouJlette, commander, will sail for Honolulu May 28, June IS and July 8, and maintains a 21
-day schedule on the Island run. This splendid steamer has double bottoms, water tight com
partments, two sets of triple expansion engine:*, developing o.er 8000 horsepower, and twin
screws capable of driving the vessel over 17 knots an hour. The dining room It a splen
did hall, running clear across the ship, located on the upper deck, away from tht
kitchen. The ventilation of the steamer Is perfect, being provided with forced draft,
ivhi'di entirely frees It from the closeness and odors often found on ocean steamers. Tin
SIERRA is of good beam and provided with bilge keels. The steamer has been recentlj
equipped with oil burning apparatus and renovated throughout. A wireless outfit ha«
also been installed. Nothing has been left undone that tends to the safety and comfort
of travelers Th* reduced round trip rat« of $110 will apply (main deck rooms) for tin
May 23 trip. The volcano Kilauea is now unusually active. It is one of the worlds' won
ders and can be visited now at Its best. Book now and secure the best berths.
LINE TO TAHITI AND NEW ZEALAND— S. S. Mariposa and S. <3. Mokola of Union
line. Sailings May 21, June 29, Aug. 6, etc. Tahiti and back, $125, first class. New Zealaad
(Wellington), round trip. $246.25 first class.
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
A. M. CULVER 334 South Spring Street
Agent Los Angeles ' ■■>:
Santa Catalina Island
Trains tonnectlnc with strainer ( Daily } *iout'! erD ,raclflc Ky..9:05 1 m
S Z I-.-.™ .«v..« *«♦£ j Daily \ SMW*-.::::^ t £
SATURDAYS ONLY—Leave via I'aclilo Klectrlc 4:10 p. m.: Salt Lake Ry. 4:10 p. m,
Voiirki jit nil Big Fish 'Big Catch
JL iZIIKJ IA/IUU Made Yesterday
BANNING COMPANY, 104 Pacific Electric Building, Los Ange
les, Cal. Phones— Main 4492, F6576.
Sao Francisco, Eureka, Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria
STKAMKnS GOVERNOR OR PRESIDENT—Leave San = Jro 10:00
A. M., Redondo 2:00 P. M.. EVERY THURSDAY. yf\t"-Cff\
STEAMER SANTA ROSA leaves Han Pedro 10:00 A. M.. Redonda &tl
1:00 1' M.. Every Sunday. §V/VMfJIm, >3
*'Olt SAM DlKOO— Daylight Ocean Excursions— leave San Pedro 10:J0l IVQ 
A. M., Every Wednesday and Saturday. 1 J \r™*^t-J
Low rates — Largest Steamers —Quickest Time — Best Service. WII JKF
TICKET OFFICE—B4O S. SPRING ST.. Thones—Home F5945.
Sunset — Main 47. Jtlßhts reserved to chan«e schedules. Nganl^
25.50 PORTLAND. $20.50 EUREKA—
$25.50 PORTLAND. $20.50 EUREKA— berth and meal*,
$10.50 SAN FRANCISCO st cl*"' l"'"1U'« *>•«*> »"4 !"•»»■.
a>10.50 bAN c s. roanokb. as. o. w. bldkr.
Sailing every TUESDAY. NORTH PACIFIC STEAMSHIP C<K« lit •>. fTJUKi
STREET. LQS ANOELEd. I'Uonea Mala SUKTUSa, - —
YOUTH HURT IN MIXUP
OF AUTO AND CYCLES
Being Towed by Motorcycle, Is
Thrown in Front of Car
An automobile, a motorcycle and a
bicycle were responsible last night tor
the injury to Joseph Champion. 14
Old, living at 1391 Sunset boule
vard. Young Champion was on a bicy
cle, which was being lowed by a, ropw
hitched to his brother's motorcycle,
and as they turned the corner at Tern
ind Beaudry avenue the tow
rope slacked and the youth was
swerved to the center of the street,
directly In the path of an automo
bile driven by R. G. Richards.
The injured hoy was taken to the
Mr. Richards, driver of the aut i,
lives at the Alhnmbra hotel, and wit
nesses stated he was not to blame for
After emergency treatment, the in
jured boy was sent to the Sisters' hos
Remember the Druids' picnic Sunday
at Sehuetze.n park.
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