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GRAND RAPIDS 80CIETY MEETS
The annunl meeting of the nrnn<l
K.-ipids society will be held at Syca
more grove Monday, Mny 30.
TENNESSEANS PLAN OUTING
The Tnfinesßee sorlety will picnic
June IS at Venice. Sports, a baby
■how and a barbecue nt fi o'clock in
the evening will he features of the pro
gram. K. P. Griffith is president of
WILL REPEAT COMIC OPERA
"The Picnickers," a comic opera,
which was successfully given by the
Junior choir of C'hrisi church in April,
Will be repented Tuer.dny evening, May
;;i. Nt the Gamut club house, with a
number of added features in song hits
iind fancy dancing.
MRS. MARY YOUNG BURIED
'I he funeral of Mm. Mary A. Young
was held yesterday afternoon from the
family home, 1327 Magnolia avenue. In
terment being in Rosedale cemetery.
Mrs. Young, who was S4 years of Rge,
had lived In Los Angeles twenty-seven
GRANTS PERMISSION FOR PIER
The war department has granted the
Santa Fe company permission to build
an additional pier under the center of
its big bridge across the Colorado
river nt Needle*. This additional pier
In made necessary by the increased
weight of trains.
WILL CELEBRATE CHOIR BIRTH
A musical service commemorating
the fourth nnnlversary of the junior
choir will bo given this evening in
Christ church, Twelfth and Flower
Streets. The Rev. Raker P. T^ee will
deliver the address. Mrs. Eugene Tor
rey is the director and founder Of the
choir, which numbers seventy voices.
ANGLL.ENOS IN EGYPT
A cable to the Steamship department
of the German-American Savings bank
announces the safe arrival at Port
Said. Egypt, of Mr. and Mrs. .T. O.
Koepfli, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Vogel,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Atkins, Mr. and Mrs.
W, Watklns nnd Mr. and Mrs. Fred R.
Baiter, who left this city March 8 on a
tour nround the world.
ELECTRICAL MEN TO PICNIC
The sei ond annual picnic of the rlec
trieal men will be held at Playa del
Hey Saturday, June 11. The committee
uill provide coffee and clam chowder.
Those who attend should take basket
lvii' ties with them, There will be a
program of games and sports, with
prfsea for winners. Special cars will
leave the Hill street station at 9:30 a.
in. and Hi" fare will be 40 cents for
the round trip.
CITY BRIEF 3
Have 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 select lons almost dally by express.
For the newest and cleverest ideas In
tailored suits, Rllk and lingerie dresses,
linen suits and other ready-to-wear
garments for women, come to us. What
you want Is here, at prices within rea
son. We invite you to visit this fast
growing, successful department. Har
ris & Frank, No. 437-443 S. Spring.
Drs. L. E. and Grace Wyckofff, after
several months' absence from Los An
geles, have returned and opened offices
at 310 Story building, South Broadway.
Will be glad to s°o their former as
well as new patients who need Osteo
City Steam Carpet Cleaning Works.
We make over, thoroughly clean fine
rugs and carpets. Our scouring process
makes rugs and carpets look like new.
Carefully glue-size rugs. Ring us up—
Main 427. F6229. John Rloeser.
Four Great Leaders
Pianos of Quality, Stand- Jk WF
ing and Reputation jHkfo
Our Four Great German Leaders l^^^^^^^w^W
are the best Piano values/ obtain- W^
able in their various grades. Any ___jfifflHwK^ ___
one of them is an absolutely safe Jtf^^^S^^^^^l3i!ffiss?B
piano investment, an instrument fij^Kw^^^^j^W[Pfffl|^|
of fine musical quality and high g Kg fjjjj^
standard of the class to which
it belongs. All of these pianos ' ||f Ft#"/^^y Pi
are obtainable on the most fa- JJI 13 I / W§ ll
vorable terms —you can get one in J|f/ \m
of these splendid instruments, Si
even though you desire to make ~^mtiSm*o |1
your initial payment a small one. \P**m
Steinway Sohmer .
$575 TO $1650 \ • ;. ■ - $450 TO $800
Terms of $15 Monthly. Terms of $10 Monthly.
Kranich & Bach Kurtztnann
$475 TO $750 $375 TO $800 '
Terms of $10 Monthly.. ) -«I,J Terms of $6 up Monthly.
Store Closed Tomorrow—Memorial Day
Geo. J. Birkel Company
ST.KINWAY, < I < II l\\ AND VICTOR nEAI.KKM.
345-347 South Spring Street
COUNCIL TO DELAY
SPUR TRACK ACTON
To Investigate Eastern Methods
Before Settling Matter of
MAYOR ALEXANDER OPPOSED
Utilities Board Reports That the
Cities in East Put Curb
on Rights Given
Limiting spur track franchises to ton
years in not to be insisted on at pres
ent by the board of public utilities, ac
cording to a statement issued yesterday
by Meyer JJssner, president of the
board. Mr. Llssner suggests that ac
tion on this matter be postponed for
thirty days, and that In the meantime
a thorough investigation be made of
the practice of eastern citlei in spur
track matters, and that the action of
the council lie based on the findings of
Mayor Alexander is being besieged
hy bUllneil men who oppose the sug
gestion of tho board for a ton-year
limit on spur tracks. He exhibited a
stack of protesting letters yesterday.
MA YOU OI'l'ONKI)
"From what I know about this mat
ter now I urn opposed to any such lim
itation," said the mayor, "and any
ordinance containing it will bo vetoed.
I believe such restrictions are not for
the best Interests of our city, and until
1 receive more light I will not give them
The council considers the storm of
protest that has been aroused by the
suggestion of the board of public utili
ties a little premature. No ordinance
has been passed that contains the ten
year limit, and no spur track franchise
ordinance Is in the hands of the city
attorney for drafting In which he Is
Instructed to Include the ten-year limit.
The council has not adopted any such
limit as a policy, nor has It even con
sidered It seriously.
Tho suggestion that a ten-year limit
be fixed was contained In a report of
the board of public utilities on the ap
plication of the Associated Supply
company for a spur track on Alhambra
avenue, near Workman street, to con
nect with the third track of the South
ern Pacific, As this third track has no
legal standing, the board recommended
that the application be denied, and in
cidentally suggested that it would be
well to limit spur track franchises In
the future to ten years and make them
subject to revocation and amendment
by tho council at any time. When the
report of the board was received the
particular application for a spur track
franchise was denied, and no discus
sion of the ten-year limit was Indulged
M. Lissner, president of the board
of public utilities, gave out the follow
ing statement yesterday:
"The board of public utilities has for
some time been of the opinion that |
twenty-one years was too long a term
for'which to grant spur track fran
chises, and Information which the board
procured from some eastern cities in
dicated thiit the practice In those cities
was to limit such franchises to ten
years and to make them revocable and
subject to amendment.
"Probably the foremost authority on
municipal franchises in the United
States is Delos V. Wllrox. chief of the
bureau nf franchise! of the public ser
vic6 commission for the first district of
New York, and author of a number of
well known works on city government.
In a letter to the president of the board
of public utilities. In connection with
this matter, Mr. Wilcox says that in
Detroit "the council reserves the right
to amend or repeal the general ordin
ance relating to spur tracks at any
time, or revoke any particular spur
track privilege, and require the grantee
to remove and restore the street at his
own expense. The grantee .Is in all
cases required to execute a bond to
Indemnify the city against any dam
ages which may result from the exer
cise of the privilege. Detroit is a great
manufacturing city, and I think the
policy of the council Is to cater to the
manufacturing Interests as far as pos
NTSW YORK SHORTENS I-RANCHISES
"Travis H. Whitney, secretary of the
rublic service commission for the first
district of New York, says in a letter
concerning this matter, that of late the
city of New York has refused to grant
spur track privileges, but that the city
bureau of franchises has recommended
to the charter revision committee,
■which has under consideration recom
mendations for proposed modifications
in the city charter, a section which will
permit of the granting by the board of
estimate and apportionment of spur
track privileges for periods not exceed
ing ten years, revocable at any time
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1010.
before tho expiration thereof, at the
pleasure of tho board of estimate and
"The practice In Chicago Is similar.
ns the following quotation from an
ordinance granting a spur track in Chi
cago will show:
11 'Section 2. The permission and au
thority herein granted shall cease and
terminate ten (10) years from and after
the date of the passage of this-ordin
ance, or at any time prior thereto, in
the discretion of the mayor. This or
dlnanco shall nt any tlmfi before the
expiration thereof be subject to modifi
cation, amendment or repeal, and In
case of repeal all privileges hereby
granted shall cease and determine, 1
"If such rules regarding tho grunting
of spur track franchises have not re
tiirded the commercial development of
New York,« Chicago and Detroit, It
would hardly seem that they would
have a detrimental effect In L.os An
CHAMBER OPPOSES TEN
YEAR TRACK FRANCHISES
At a special meeting of the board
of directors of the chamber of com
merce at noon yesterday, called for the
putpose of taking up the apua track
proposition, the committee on transpor
tation reported as follows:
"To tho president and directors, I,os
Angeles Chamber of Commerce; Gen
tlemen—Oh behalf of ycur transporta
tion committee, to whom has been re
ferred tho atter of the proposition of
the Los Angeles city council, changing
the ordinance as to the term of spur
track franchises from twenty-one to ten
years, and also making them revoca
ble, we bee to submit the opinion that
no such change should be made, for
the reason that It would have a ten
dency to discourage manufacturing de
velopments and other industrial ware
house business and consequently inter
fere with the commerce and transpor
tation increase and consequently the
best interests of our city and citizens.
"Wo would suggest that our oSfleers
communicate with the honorable city
council, protesting against said pro
posed change. Respectfully submitted,
"J. V. VIOKEKS,
"Chairman Transportation Committee."
Thin report was unanimously adopted
and tho committee requested to appear
with as many members of the board as
were interested before the council on
Tuesday and present the objections of
THREE INJURED BY CARS
WITHIN FIFTEEN MINUTES
P. Parkhurst Sustains Fracture
of Skull When Hit by a
Within fifteen minutes three persons
were Injured by street cars last night
before 8 o'clock. All were taken to the
Those Injured were P. Parkhurst, 50
years old, 907 East Fifth street; Mrs.
TUlle Falmstein, 40 years old, 660 Breed
t street, and Cleveland Murry, 26 years'
old, 221 East Fifty-seventh street.
Parkhurst was the most seriously in
jured. While crossing Fifth street at
Hill he was struck by an eastbound
Washington street car and thrown to
the pavement. He struck on the back
of his head, sustaining a fracture of
the skull. His condition is critical, ac
cording to the police surgeons.
Mrs. Falmstein was slightly bruised
about the hands and face and received
a dislocated knee while attempting to
board an Inbound Boyle Heights street
car in First street, near Rush. Ac
cording to her story, the conductor
gave the signal to the motorman to go
ahead Just as she placed her foot on
the step. She was thrown to the pave
ment. She went to her home after her
injuries were treated.
While boarding an outbound Watts
car on the wrong side at Ninth and
San Pedro streets Murry was thrown
to the pavement, sustaining numerous
bruises and abrasions about the body.
He was placed in the city jail on a
charge of drunkenness after his in
juries were dressed.
BAPTIST CHURCH TO
HAVE SPECIAL SERVICES
Special services will be held this
morning and evening at the First Bap
tist church, Seventh and Flower
streets, of the Young Mc-n's Christian
Association Brotherhood. In the morn
ing the Rev. E. H. Emett, director of
religious work of the association, will
preach at 11 o'clock on "The Race and
the Runner." Harold Proctor, from
England, who possesses a rare tenor
voice, will sing. A. U Miller, the Y.
MCA. harpist, will play upon the
harp and will also sing. The Y. M. C.
\ brotherhood and the Fishermen's"
club will assist in this evening's ser
vice and Rev. E. H. Emett will ans
wer the question. "Is it right to look
for the Lord to come again?"
ASKS TO PROBATE WILL
OF LATE THOMAS WALL
A petition was filed in the superior
court yesterday for the probate of the
will of the lftte Thomas Wall, who died
In Long Beach on May 23, leaving- an
estate valued at $20,000. In a holo
graphic will the decedent left most of
the estate to be divided among his
widow and children— Emily, Wall, Ger
ard T. Wall, Francis J. Wall of l.ons
Beach and to his two sons in England,
Rev. Oswald Wall and Key. Arthur
TABLE OF TEMPBRATUKKS
Station*. Max. Mtn.i
Amarllln, Texas 7-» ■ «■}
Boßton o» "
Buffalo »*. • •£'
Chlcaeo ••• «? •"
Cincinnati ™ «o
Denver ■"• 5v
El Paw »s ««
Galveston 2 . la
Kansas City «■} JJ
Knoxvllle, Term '} i ♦<»
I.lttli. Kock «* «*
Lot Amtrlni »8 »»
Miles City, Mont ■ »» ?'!
Montifomer,-. Ala 80 «4
New Orleans " '«
New York «* 5*
Oklahoma ™ , «0
Omaha «« JJ
I'lttol.urg "• **
I'uratrlli), Idaho J» «*
Portland. Ore «« 50
Rapid City, 8. I> 21 "
Keno. Nev " '.'.«
St. Ixinls, Mo «« 08
St. Paul • " »*
Malt Lake City »* »«
Nan Antonio *« ««
San Francisco « 52
Seottle » *♦ "
Washington, »■ C «« . »»
Yuma, Aril : 108 M
When you see the HlpolttQ Self
rcgulatinf,' Holler Scrwn and Hivorsi
ble window you will wonder how you
ever got along without It. Hlpollto
Screen and Bash Co., 634 Maple ave
CASE AGAINST HAM
Receiver of United States Bank of
Mexico City Begins Pro
FINANCIER HELD IN PRISON
Banker's Fall Rapid as His Rise.
Has a Large Ranch
Another step In the checkered career
of George I. Ham, the spectacular
financier of Mexico City and Los An
geles, was taken yesterday when in
voluntary proceedings in bankruptcy
were filed against Hsim in the United
Btates district court here.
Ham, who for years wa sone nf the
leading bankers and one of the wealth
iest Americans in Mexico, is held in the
dreaded Belem prison in the Mexican
capital awaiting trial on the charge
of misconducting the affairs of the
hunk Ham's liabilities, ;t» stated in
the action filed here yesterday are
$1 793,344.99. The petitioner is Alfonso
Arriago. receiver of the Unjted States
bank, Ham's institution in the City of
'Mexico which failed about three
si imjen roM-Ai'sr.
The collapse of the Ham bank was
a nine day.s' sensation in the southern
republic. His waa credited with being
thn second largest bank in Mexico.
Ham lived as do other millionaires,
was feted finri praised on every side.
Suddenly a run was started on the
bank and the institution collapsed.
Following the failure of the bank, tho
Mexican National Packing company,
known as the Popo Meat company,
which was a large debtor of the bank s,
went Into the hands of a receiver.
Recent advlcei from Mexico City are
to thn effect that Ham Is still in Belem,
and thnt his son, formerly prominent
In society of Mexico and Los Angeles,
was employed in a garage.
Several months ago the engagement
of Harry Ham to Miss May Sutton, the
tennis champion, was reported in Mex
ico City and in "Los Angeles, but this
was later denied by Miss Sutton.
RANCH AT WiriTXIER
The Ham family have a large ranch
at Whittler, where Mrs. Ham and her
daughter passed much of their time.
The residence is known as Rose Hedge,
anil shortly before the failure of the
bank extensive Improvements were
begun on the property.
The rise of Ham to a commanding
position in the financial affairs of Mex
ico was as rapid as his decline. A few
years ago he moved from Canada to
Mexico and obtained employment as a
railroad engineer. Fii ding that run
ning a switch engine did not lead to
wealth, Ham began to loan money to
his fellow employes and other Ameri
cans. Soon he was able to quit his
railroad position and devote his entire
time to his loan business. From that
humble beginning he built up the
United States Banking company and
the numerous branches of the concern
in smaller cities of the republic. When
the bank failed all Ham's private
wealth was swept away, and for
months he has been in the Belein
prison awaiting the tardy Justice that
Is meted out to offenders by the Mexi
V.M.C. A. MAKING SUMMER
CAMPAIGN FOR MEMBERS
Gymnasium Exercises to Be Fit-
ted to Warm Weather
With the approach of the warm
weather the Young Men's Christian
association Is offering a special summer
rate of $r> until October 12 for privileges
in the senior department, including the
use of the main gymnasium, the largo
plunge, the shower baths and lockers.
An instructor in swimming is employed.
Physical Director W. A. Reynolds
announces that the department of
physical training will give gymnastics
during the summer months in light,
recreative orm adapted to this sea
son of the year.
At a recent meeting of the member
ship committee, which consists of Rob
ert Watobortl, chairman; Julius A.
Brown and A. P. Fleming from the
board of directors, together with some
twenty other members, plans were dis
cussed for maintaining a summer
membership through use of a special
summer rate. In addition to the regu
lar work of the membership commit
too, the 5000 club is offering a special
prize to each member bringing in the
largest number of new members in any
Twelve snlirl gold watch fobs, each
of original design, Including the asso
ciation emblem and the monogram of
the prize winner, are being made from
the fund turned back by the winners in
the recent "second aviation week"
THINKS PRESENT OIL BILL
BEST THAT CAN BE HAD
The chamber of commerce received a
communication from ,T. F. Lucey of
the Lucey Oil company yesterday stat
ing that there was no possibility of
getting a more liberal oil bill passed
at the present congress, and suggests
that the chamber wire the oil men's
representative at Washington, Thomas
J. O'Donnell, to have the present bill
acted on during this session, consider
ing it the best policy for the oil men to
take action than to undertake to tight
for any other alteration in the bill.
The. board voted favorably to have
such a message sent to Mr. O'Donnell.
The Herald's Exchange Column
EXCHANGE WHAT YOU DON'T WANT FOR
WHAT YOU DO
10c for Each Advertisement 10c for Each Advertisement
THESE AUS MAY BE TKLKI'HO.M'.I) IN.
FOR K.X<-HANt;i:-aOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE,
Hn< lar«t lot, plenty fruit, lawn, etc., close
Ui; itreet work all done; beet itreet. Auto
to jkkiii balanoe tii"" and casii- OWNER,
416 E. D. Bt., Ontario. Cal. S-22-M-ai)-3t
WHAtlSve'toU TO EXCHANoi FOR A
good 45-70 Springfield rifle t Address BOX 201
Herald office. i-2»-tt
FOR EXCHANOE-HAVR 9-ROOM HOUSE,
southwest, that I hold at 17000; will exchange
for some smaller projieity or good ranch
property. Addrem BOX 100. Herald. 4-28-U
FOR EXCHANOE-A GOOD 45-70 RIFLB FOR
a good shotgun, or what have yout Address
BOX 202 Herald office. »-2»-U
SOUTH PASADENA GIRL
WINS ORATORICAL CONTEST
High School Students Discuss
Marguerite Powell of the South P
school won first prize in the
Intercounty Industrial peace oratorical
contest held in the Y. M. C. A. audl
torium last evening. Hißh schools of
three counties were represented In the
contest, and Valeria Hall of Hunting
ton Beach high school won second
prise, while third honors went to Inez j
Beale of Hemet Union Minis school.
Miss I'owcii an-l -Miss Hall were each
awarded a silver cup, while Miss Beale
of books. The theme of
the contestant who won first place was
"The Rights of the Third Party in in
dustrial WniiHie." Huntingdon B
schools representative spoke on "The
Need and Importance of Industrial
Peace." Misi Beale's subject was "In
Thi |Udg on thought were L. A.
Handley, J. <i. Llllard and <'■■ Qoode
now; on delivery, Stella King, L. M.
Fall and Madison Marine.
WOMANS LEAGUE TO AID
MISS VAN ALLEN TO WIN
The American Woman's league of
L.03 Angeles Is determined that its can
didate, .Miss Jennie Van Allen, shall
win the bungalow whffh The Herald Is
offering as one of the prizes in the con
tost. Last evening the league gave a
benefit entertatinment at the Gamut
club and the box office receipts will
be used to purchase votes for Miss Van
Allen. If she wins the bungalow it
will be the future headquarters of the
league. The program was as follows:
.Mi. - Bernlce May, piano selections;
Edward Boyd, monologue and danc
ing; Ethel Lueretia Olcott, guitar se
lections; Angle Norther, dancing and
singing, and a recitation by Claudia
AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIMS
ARE RAPIDLY RECOVERING
Opal Johnson and Avelia Johnson,
sisters, who wore Injured Friday af
ternoon when an autobobile in which
they were riding collided with an in
bound Santa Monica flyer of the Los
Angeles Pacific Railway company at
Sixteenth street and Western avenue,
were reported late last night by at
taches of the Good Samaritan hospital,
where they were taken after the acci
dent, as being much improved.
Opal Johnson's lnjuri-38 consisted of
a fractured collarbone and Avelia
Johnson received numerous bruises and
abrasions about the head, none of
which are reported as being serious.
N. A. Johnson, their father, who was
Jrlving the automobile at the time of
the accident, escaped with slight in
juries. He went to his home at 1410
Kellam street Friday night.
JOIN FOR BIG PICNIC
The Pine Tree State association of
Los Angeles will unite with the State
of Maine association of Pasadena In a
basket picnic at Long Beach Satur
day, June 4.
All Maine people and their friends
are welcome. A special train with
banners on it will leave Pasadena at
8 a. m. and the Pacific Electric depot,
Los Angeles, Sixth and Main struts,
at 9 a. m. Round trip, including Clam
chowder, crackers and coffee with
cream, 70 cents. All who wish to be
thus provided for must notify one of
the officers before Wednesday, June
1 4. business meeting will be held at
noon of that day. Walter J. Bailey is
president and L. Herrick secretary.
2500 WILL ATTEND BIG
STATE SOCIETIES BANQUET
At a meeting of the executive com
mittee of the Federation of State So
cieties held in room 713 of the Story
building last night, final arrangements
were made for the great banquet to
be given by the federation the night of
June 17 In Hamburger's. Preparations
will be made for 2500 persons.
Missouri was admitted to the federa
tion last night, adding another state
to the number which will strive for
first honors at the banquet. Each state
society is ambitious to have the largest
representation at the banquet, and the
rivalry will bo keen. It is the plan of
the committee to have the states
MRS. WILLIAM BEATTY DEAD
Mrs. William Beatty of 350 West Av
enue 57 died in Sycamore sanitorium,
Forty-first and P.'.sadena avenue, Fri
day. The funeral will be held next
Thursday. The body will be taken to
Sigourney, lowa, for interment there.
.Mrs. Beatty is survived by her hus
band, William Beatty, a daughter, Mrs.
John Renfrew of 305 West Avenue 57;
two sons, Dr. J. D. Beatty, 106 West
Avenue 57. and W. D. Beatty of Kig
ourney, lowa, and a sister, Mrs. T. J.
Knoxof 824 West Fifty-fifth street.
L.OS ANGELKS. May 2R._IOW-_
YfmeTißarniiiJTher. IHumfWJnaTvT'M Weatrtri\
sa. m. 29.91 68 X ~8 " 5 Cloudy.
Ep. m.j 29.92 175151 IBW 7_^_Clcar.
Maximum temperature, R3.
Minimum temperature, 58.
SAN" FRANCISCO, May M.— Th« following
maximum nnrt minimum ti-mporatures are re
ported from eastern station! for previous day:
Chicago, 60-54; New York,' 64-5:!; Omaha, 80-M.
For Southern California—Fair, warmer Sun
day: llßht south wind.
For Kan FranoUeo and vicinity—Fair, warm
er Sunday: light north wind.
For Santa t'lnra valley—Fair, warmer Sun
day; liKht north wind.
F.ir Baoramento valley—Fair, warmer Sun-
Jay; light north wind
for San Joaquin valley—Fair, warmer Sun
day; llßht north wind.
FH3R BXCHANOE GOOD 7-HOOM MODERN
bungalow, all oompUU; Hiif lot, laißo barn,
fruit, lawn, flower*, (t&i l»'*t »treat; close
In Auto to $2iKH); balance cash. OWNER,
411 E. D St., Ontario, Cal. MMMMt
FOR EXCHAI>aK-aOOD LOT IN SOUTH
we«t; clear; will exchange for California
houßO and lot to value of »900. Address BOX
66. Herald.__ £*-««
EXCHANOE-ONK OF Till': SYSTEM
,■ bkulnua men'i booka, worth 140. wimi
bay« you? Call at 408 Delta blilß. or phone
TWd'RIVKHSIIIK I.f>TS, 10OXSO0 BACH, $500,
and lease and furniture of 6-room house,
»160. 301 S. GRAND. A 6731. «-2S-£t
Ye Alpine Tavern
Situated on Mt Lowe. A mile nbove the nea. American Plan. $3 pr>r day.
Choice of rooms in hotpl or cottages. No conanmptlyea or Invallda taken.
Telephone Passenger Dept., Pacific Electric Ky.. or Times Frco Information
nuivnu for further information. ,
i ' i " ~~
TOURISTS—DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
Only First Class Oriental Cafe in City—Chop Suey and Noodles
431| SOUTH SPRING STREET
Lew Wing, Manager. Rhone* — 3.->n. Main 85i»
__. « -w-, BEVKXIH AMI FKil EKOA STREETS.
Hotel Hinman "»*>■«■■ ■■• ••- <xi
tlvuiuous APARTMENTS AND ROOMS homelike.
.UWDBB "nTIKE-T NEW MANAGEMENT,. FIVE MINUTES FROM BBOABWAY.
———————--.-----—————————— N , eW brick building, strictly modern, new fur-
TTr\TT7T nlture, hot and cold water, steam heat, electrics
I \J 1 EjLj llohts elevator, baths, telephone In every room,
\J 1 EjLj llchts elevator, baths, t^lfphons In every room,
"~l _. T1 A t-»» * A Ik.T cafe "convenient to churches and theaters. Bui
JL JL CHAPMAN ™ rate. 750 to $1.50. Cor. E. Fifth and Wall
?t r ""ts,l^'. Angeles. Cal. Walter L. Smith, Tropr,
THE KON ETA Clean-Central-Comfortable
ajg^-lMmifrf^gSff- 1^ A™AY'
i^T , _ '. Nicely furnished apartments In a new and
Ollke AnartmeiltS modern apartment building. Everything
1-/UIVC XipOlllUCUlO flrstcla.«»: all outside rooms, with balcony to
J. B. Dl'KB, Owner and Manager. oa(jh sultB Also have a new featuro In the
line of a folding brass bed. Half block from Westlake park, near car lines. 743 O«
-rondelet .treet. Phones Temple 1763: Home 53242.
I Take Dinner at the Y. M. C. A. Cafe I
SEVENTH AND HOPE STS. THEN VIEW HALLET'S COMET FROM THE ROOF I
GARDEN. We serve breakfast S to 11; lunch 11 to 2; and dinner 5 to 8. ■
HOTEL CALIFORNIA, 437 SOUTH BROADWAY
IDEAT, LOCATION. IN THE MIDST OF THE SHOPPING AND THEATER DISTRICT
MODERN AND COMFORTABLE. EUROPEAN PLAN 800 TO *J. .» £f" j^' %%
BETTER ACCOMMODATION IN THE CITY. UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OJ!
Main 5772. B. W. HOntlXS. '' '■''"- .
INTERESTING ROUTES OF TRAVEL )
AND EVERY OTHER DAY BEST
Rational Tent City Open
Pleasures Dancing Afternoon and Evening
Real joys Band Concerts
Restful = In the Open
Recreation «,- Largest and Most Sanitary Bath House
HHf Every Dip a Fresh One
~~~ = Best Fishing in the World
Go Down Hepburn & Terry's Famous Dinners }
TODAY Excursion Trips to Sea
_ .. .- Picking Moonstones— Crop Ripe Now
_, , Hundreds of Real Joys—
Tuesday —Not an Undesirable
Los Angeles & Redondo Ry.
1 Route of Greatest Comfort.
You Want That, of Course!
Cars Every Five Minutes from Second & Spring Sts.
HONOLULU & N E ? URN
$110.00 (First Class) S. S. SIERRA 5& Days
ichiduJe anthe island run This splendid steamer has douWo bottoms, water tight com
?av !chedule™ntne island run This splendid steamer has double bottoms, water tight com
™rtments two sets of triple expansion engines, developing over 8000 horsepower and twin
Screw, capable of driving the vessel over 17 knots an hour. The dining room la a eplen
™!,i rSnnlng clear across the ship, located on the upper deck, away from th.
Siphon The ventilation of the steamer is perfect, being provided with forced draft.
»h?hEntirely free*lt from the closeness and odors often found on ocean steamer.. The
rtfrra is of good beam ™nd provided with bllse keels. The .(earner has been recent*
\ Vrt wll oil burnfnK apparatus and renovated throughout. «_. wireless outnt bu
equipped with oil burning anp undone that tends to the safety and comfort
K\'°, b'T, p r redded «d trip rate of $110 will apply (main deck rooms) for the
m v "-S trio The volcano Kilauea I. now unusually active. It Is one of the worlds' won-
May 28 trip. jj"*.,, t ' , now .. lts best. Book now and secure the best berth..
vvri"Wv ZKAI,AND-S. S Marlpo.a and S. 8. Mokola of Union
OCEANIC S. S. CO.
A M. CULVER 334 South Spring Street
Agent Los Angeles M
Santa Catalina Island
( -spy »■g ) Southern I'm ltlv Ry..9:08 m. m
Trains connecting; with steamer y m B/"f <#*/■»! \ I'aclttc Eleo. Ry 9|15 a. m.
at San Pedro leave Los Angeles \ ___/£>#'*'S-jy Salt Lake Ry 8:60 a. m.
6VXCRDAYS ONLY—Leave via I'nclflo Electric 1:40 p. m.l Suit Lake By. 4:10 p. m.
T UNA SEASON BEGUN
Good catches yellowtail and white sea bass being made.
BANNING COMPANY, 104 Pacific Electric Building.
Phones—Main 4492, ¥6576. I
FraocHsco, Eureka, Seattle, Vancouver, VJctorJa
Sao Fraanciisc©, Eureka, SeattDe,, Vamcoover, Victoria
,"',,, noVERNOB OR PKESIDBNT—Leave tan Pedro 10s«l j< <rs-a^
"\ V, .'•Idon.lo ■•'vi 1' M., iVBR? I'.dro 10:00 A. 11.. Redondo^^k
SANTA ROSA leave, San I'edro 10:00 A. M.. Rea°nd°/yC7jC\
FOB BAN m^'o-Ta y yl.ghn td Ocean Excursion-leave San Pedro »O^o[(^K 1)1
A- t;w Er^ res^?a^es <1 taite aa nme Sr Q r u^ 5;;e s t Time-Best Service. VVVJJS'
TICKET S/fICE-540 S. SPRING ST. Phones-Home 15945. XSM5rt«7
Sunset-Main 47 nights reserved to change schedules.
$25 50 PORTLAND, $20.50 EUREKA—
63.3 V rUl*lli" '*.- ft First class. Including berth and meal*.
$10 50 SAN FRANCISCO s.s. p.oanoke. s.s. a. w. elder.
Sailing every TUESDAY. NORTH PACIFIC STEAMSHIP CO.. .24 B. SPRINCI
STREET. LOS ANOELBB. Phones Main 5115; F7480.
. _, f r~W* L From June 1 stage will run regu-
C/%Aff c I .<\tX\T\X(W I TOUT larly to camp, which la nearer
OCOtt O \ja.\\l\J ±-\JI. JL LkJVXV. lron Forkß ani , WPber 'a than any
other Fare $1.50 Bee us about trips to upper San Gabriel canyon. Buddie horses. Main
8146:' A 3538. ,-.l>i Stlmnon Hlilg.. anil Tlmeii Information Bureau. .'.:U H. Spring »'■
irAcrH/tlTl? BEEN > THERE T WHY NOT* MESSRS. WEBER. KILJE and
V Uat, JVI 1 1 11/ ARMSTRONG are now organising their third annual campins
flarty to leave June 28. One. month, all expenses, $75. Better go along. References
required. Ask for circular at 305 Severance building. Sixth and Main, or phone F6I9J;
Main 137. __
Why Does It Pay —i
I To Advertise Your Wares in The Herald Want Columns? |
L—-—--— --—Because They Bring Results
A delightfully rool plane to take your Sunday
dinner. A complete monu and <left service.
Music by the Bristol Orchestra. Entire base
ment h. W. Hellman Bldg., 4th and Spring.
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