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News of the Courts
COURT LAYS DOWN RULES
TO GUIDE OLD OFFENDER
Man Who Stole Nozzles from
Hose Must Reform-Many
Criminal Cases Heard
In an endeavor to euro F. H. ]'
66 yers old, of the "nozzle" habit,
Judge Willis of the crimfn;':
ment of the superior court yesu
laid down stringent rules for the
offender's living for the next two years.
Davey admitted that he was guilty
Of petty larceny, having a prior convic- i
tion on the same charge, bo that his ,
second offense made him guilty of a
felony. His thieving consisted of ab- j
stracting nozzles from any convenient
ly unwatched pipe or hose and b<
his gains for the wherewithal to buy
liquor.
Judge Willis told Davey that he
would be sent to a sanitarium where
the drink habit li cured, and after that
he must live in the country for tl
mained or the two years noon which
he will bo on probation unless he
proves himself able to withstand the
temptation of the city.
L. W. Turner, a burglar who has ope
rated in bath houses in both Ban Fran
cisco and Los Angeles, and who '
to appreciate probation when it was
given him some time ago, was sent t I
the penitentiary at San Quentin for two
years.
C. A. Quintan!, who issued worthless
checks, will be given probation, Ji
Willis saying that he favored thai In
his case. The offender will be I er
mitted to return to relatives in New-
York. ,
William Ilyncs, a burglar, was placed
upon probation for two years, an
cases of Harry Sperry and John Jones,
similarly accused, were continued until
November 22.
Julia La Payette Roberts, accused of
forgery, pleaded not guilty. Her trial
■was set for December 22. She Is al
leged to have appeared In both mascu
line and feminine garments and to
have used the aliases of Phyllis Rob
erts and Philip Roberts, according to
the clothes she was wearing.
Charles McEwen, alleged forger,
failed to respond when his name was
called, and a bench warrant waa i:
Tom Johnson Dunn admitted thai he
was guilty oi manslaughter in killing
Oscar Urban Rueppel, October 29, and
the judge fixed Monday as the time for
imposing sentence.
Charles A. Lee, burglar, was sent to
Folsom for two years. The case ol
Peter Smith, charged with the same of
fense, was continued until Monday. E.
J. Josslyn pleaded not guilty to a grand
larceny charge, and his trial wa
for December 2.
Judge Davis continued until Novem
ber 2~t the case of Frank C. Howard,
charged with forgery.
THIRD APPLICATION MADE
TO MANAGE $30,000 ESTATE
The third application for letters of
administration in the estate of Comma
Gear, who died In Loa Angeles Octo
ber -'.), leaving an estate valued .it
jsn.noo. was filed yesterday in the pro
bate department uf the superior court.
A. M. Gibbs, cashier of the bank
where the dead woman rented a safe
deposit box In which she kept all of
her valuables, was named special ad
ministrator and Riven the right to In
vestigate the contents of the box, which
proved to be a mortgage for $25,000 and
jewelry worth $5000.
Crank Riser, a brother of the dead
woman, asked to be appointed adminis
trator, but Ulbbs opposes such action
on the ground that Kiser is not a resi
dent of this county and not eligible.
Frank Bryson, public administrator, is
the third person. The case will be j
heard November 2S.
WIDOW AND DAUGHTERS
TO RECEIVE $2673 ESTATE
Letters of administration in the es- |
tate of Carl Leopold, who committed
suicide by hanging in Los Angeles No
vember Ij, were asked in a petition
filed yesterday in the probate court by
y. i..' i Cadi oi k. Li opold left, pro]
valued ;■' *_•'>.>.ji;, consisting of $673.16
In cash in a bank and tho fixtures and
lease of the saloon t"- conducted at
llfi-US North Spring street. The wid
ow and four dauchters tire heirs.
PROMISES DIVORCE DECISION
Judge crow of Santa Barbara, who
: the divorce action of Louise
; runner against Herman Brunner,
formerly known as the "li tiery king"
of St. Louis, and the cross-complaint
of the husband against the wip
announced that h>- will
this mornine in this city Both husband
and Mil*- alleged cruelty on tin- part
of tho other. Property o considerable
value la invoh
FILES ELECTION ACCOUNT
Sidney A. Butler yesterday died with
tlie county i ecorder a i
showed that tie expended ?:i..r,j in the
campaign just ended. He was i
supervisor of tin- third district. <
$LML'.r,O his contribution to tl
lican central comm
Ayers Hair Vigor
" Invigorates
WHERETO DINE
New Turner Hall Cafe SS?3S.«
Uf-« Oerman Kltcben In the city. Concert every Sunday from 2 to 7 p. m.
By BRYAN'S CONCERT ORCHESTRA of 15 Pieces
RICHARD MATTHIAS, Proprietor.
The New French Restaurant
331 NOKTII MAIN ST,
Hagnlßi meal) 25c and un wine nod coffee included. Lunch 11:30 to i-.:',n p. m.
Dinner C>:'>o to Bp. m. Take your I liiiiiliiniiiiii).- dinner hen-, aOc. We nerve ihort
drlul.N. J. V. MIUASSOU, I'rop. Tel, Main 2318.
i | For boocl truokj,
rfj£~^C3<^^i^!V^>l r»nlin« bas*.
tf" '""—.fyr 1'' ~™%J/yl ""* drew »uil
If If t 3TO G.U.WhUney
tebllaliatl and mint reliable trunk inauula* j
•war, UHut mod tovlurj, iS» tsuutii 41*1*. I
FOILED BOY-ELOPER IS
ORDERED TO WHITTIER
Stay Granted to Permit Mental
Examination of Hudspeth
Harry Hudspeth, lo years old, who
recently planned an elopment with
Myrtle Gates, IS years old, yesterday
wtis committed to Whtttier by Judge
Wilbur of the juvenile court, who
granted one day's stay of execution,
however, in order that Dr. H. 15. Brai
t». rd may examine the boy as to his
sanity. The stay of execution of a day j
means practically two in tills case as
the authorities of tho reform s, h ol
do not receive inmates Sunday and he
therefore will not be sent to Whittier
until Moiu'i.y. anyway, if Ills mind is
' unimpaired,
Hudspeth, who has been employed
about automobile establishments, has
been In trouble with the authoritle >i
the juvenile court before. He had a
penchant, it is alleged, for using ma
chines he did not own for "joy rides" \
and was on probation from the chll- j
dren's triDunal for sueii an offense'
he again attracted the attention !
;■( officers by his perserverance in his
plans for eloping With Miss Gates,
whom lit could not possibly have mar
ried legally at his age in California.
T!ie young woman has been taken out i
of the state by her parents. If Hud- j
g] ith is sent to Whittier he will have
to remain there until he reaches his j
majority. I
FIVE DECREES OF DIVORCE
GRANTED BY JUDGE CONREY
Five decrees of divorce were granted'
yesterday by Judge Conrey of the su- !
perlor court and five new actions were i
with the county clerk.
The ■! crei a granted were to Hallene
M. Welsh from Clyde M. Welsh, deser- '
tion; Owe 1,. I'ugh from Hell T. Pugh,
desertion and cruelty; Emily McKeeth
from Lee MeKeeth, desertion; Rowene
C. Miner from Ernest Minor, cruelty;
and Helen K. Burris from Klchard A. j
Burrls, desertion.
The new actions filed were those of i
Henry Levey against Lena Levey, Ja- |
cob Drapkin against Minnie C. Drap
kin, Maud Larmore against John E. ]
Larmore, Lillle E. Schmidt against
George Schmidt, and Nancy Alberte
Schwartz against Harry Milford
Schwartz.
COURT AWARDS DAMAGES
FOLLOWING REALTY DEAL
Nellie A. and J. A. Lloyd wore award
ed ¥500 of the $7SO damages they asked
in their suit upainst A. ~\V. Jletz, at the
com lusion of the hearing yesterday be
fore Judge Hutton of the superior
court. They said they exchanged a
$1500 house and lot with Metz, who
gavi them in return 500 shares of stock
in the Garvanza Brick company, two
diamond rings and some cash. The
plaintiffs said they were told the stock
was worth at least Si.so a share, and
that they found it really worth $1.15
less.
VIOLINIST PLEADS GUILTY
Joseph La Cicero yesterday in Judge
Willis' department of the superiot
court withdrew a plea of not guilty
t<> a charge of assault with a deadly
■ capon and declared himself guilty.
ked probation, and after a hear
ing "ii that matter was set lor No
vember 28, he was released until then
on lilh own recognizance. He is a
violinist.
« » »
SILAS THOMAS ESTATE $10,000
E, R. Copeland yesterday filed in the
ti court a petition for letters of
administration in the estate of Silas
M. Thomas, who died in Los Angeles
November 11, leaving property valued
at $10,000. Thrf'> daughters are heir.s.
BANK ACCUSES E. W. CALKINS
An information charging B. W. Cal
kins with forgery was tiled yesterday
morning In Judge Davis' department
of the superior court. His alleged
offense Involved a check for $7.G0 drawn
on a San Diego bank.
NEW INCORPORATIONS
ver Gold Dredging company— E.
K. Hum, T. A. Johnson, L. C. Hayni s,
J. it. Leonard and J. It. Kinney, direct
ors. Capital stock, $200,000; subscribed,
$500.
American Glass Sand company—A,
\\ . Ballard, B. B. da la Matyr, J. J.
Lewis, Henry C. Brown and B. Ger
. directors. Capital stock, $100,uuu;
subscribed, $50.
..>r Aerocraft Construction com-
P. J. Fischer, E. C. ("usack, P.
i. s. i;arlo\\, ( harles \V. Pinney and
'I. c ' van Epps, directors. Capital
stoi I:. $100,000; subscribed. $52,000.
Ramona Commercial clvb —J. C. de
Mandel, Edward Green and F. M. Bar
low, directors.
Modern Home Makers—X. r.. Elder,
R. c. Esberger, C. A. Sanders, R. P,
Morgan, A. P. Scudder, \V. V llunt.T
and Ernest Ingold, directors. <
!.. $10,000; subscribed, $7.
i leal Home Makers—E, .'!. Elder,
Ernest Ingold, Jt. o. Esberger,
Derby, R. W. Snell, W, E. Pinney and
W. K. Riedel, directors. Capital stock,
■ i i Ibed, $7.
na Petroleum i omp
Brown, A. A. Adams and A. J
rell, directors. Capital stock, $21
Diamond suit company -A. G. He •'
her, J. L. Medlln, P. H.
Mi i iin and J-:. B. Van Home, din
Capita] stock, $200,000; sul
if UNITED STATES HOTEL
AND RESTAURANT
172 North Main Street
Special Th ". ing i )innei
il
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNTNG, NOVEMBER 10,1910.
RELATES TO RECEIVE
$140,000 FROM ESTATE
Property of Former Resident of
Los Angeles Distributed
by Recent Will
The will of John Alfred I'.arnard, j
husband of Mrs. Julia Fletcher flir>
nard, and fattier of Hilda Fletcher
Barnard, Julia Barnard and Agnei
i Helena Barnard, the parents' struggle
for the possession of whom caused con
siderable excitement a ye.ir or mora
ago, was filed for probate in the su
perior court yesterday.
The instrument was written by Mr.
Barnard In Brookllna, Mass.. and bears
the date of February IT, li>lo. In It
; he declares himself a resident of Coro- i
nado, Cal., but he later took up his
in Los Angeles, where he
: died Novi mber' 18.
Mr. Barnard left an estate valued at
! $140,000. Of that amount $50,000 repre
sents personal property of the nature
ks and bonds. The major part
;of the remainder of the estate is
I represented by a one-ninth interest in
the estate of John Flake, Barnard, val
! ued at JlTi.tlTli.Tv B one-third interest
in the estate of his dead wife, Julia
■ Fletcher Barnard, valued at $75,000,
| and a one-third share in the estate of
S. J. Fletcher, the value of which is
not named, but which is in Indiana.
THREE SISTEK.S REMEMBERED
The three sisters of the dead man,
! Mrs. Annie Barnard Wells, of Ber
keley, and the Misses Helena and Gcr
i trade Barnard of Los Angeles are re
-1 membered by bequests of $10,000 each.
The remainder of the estate is to be
divided among three minor children,
■ Hilda Fletcher Barnard, Julia Barnard
! and Agnes Helena Barnard, all of \
Pasadena, the daughters of the dead j
, man, and Julia Fletcher Barnard, his
i second wife. He made no provision
for Abbie lngalls Barnard, a daughter
j by a former wife, giving the simple
in that she already is provided for.
i She resides In Cincinnati.
Miss Helena Barnard of Los Angeles
; is named as the guardian of the chil
dren and their estates, and his brother
in-law, Arthur Q, Wells of 2637 EUcn
| dale place, general manager of the
Santa Fe railway, is appointed exec
utor, to serve without bonds.
COURT RESCINDS CONTRACT
The case of William Mitchell, who
asked for a rescission of a contract by
which lie purchased sixty acres of land
in Sonoma county from H. B. Crocker
for $1200, was heard yesterday by Judge
i Hervey of the superior court, with the
result that his plea was granted. The
i plaintiff also desired indeterminate
1 damages, but Judge Hervey said "No
damage had hen done and so no dam
j ages were deserved."
MAN GIVEN $1200 VERDICT
A jury in department one of the su
r court yesterday returned a ver
dicl by which Charles Affleck, a brick
layer, was awardel $I^oo of the $10,000
damages for which he sued his former
employer, Philip Tracy. Affleck was
nt work on a ladder November 10, 1909,
when it Flipped, permanently injuring
him. Judge Rector of Merced heard
the trial.
LUNA PARK MANAGEMENT
PROMISES HARE PROGRAM
Emma Newkirk, Noted Swimmer,
Is Among Features of Attract
ive Opening Today
Emma Newklrk, the first of Luna
Park's stellar attractions, claims the
swimming championship of the world
for women by default of Annette Kel
lerman.
Numerous challenges were issued to
] Miss Kellerman during her recent visit
to the west, and all of them were un
-1 answered. As Miss Newkirk is al
a water-figure of international
prominence, besides being acclaimed by
judges "the most perfect woman' 1 in
figure, she feels that her challi
not the difi 01 a novice, who, of
i ourse, could not expect recognition
from a famous personage like Miss
Kellerman.
Special appliances have been erected
in Luna lake for the diving- and swim
ming exhibition proffered by Miss
■ Newklrk. She avers that In any Kind
'■ of fancy diving, and sprint or distance
swimming, she is ready to meet any
woman.
Luna Park will be opener] to the pub
lic today and thereafter, during amuse
ment hours of thi daj and evening,- it
will never be clo; cd. V :<■
clal activity has Japanese
village, In which more than 100 arti
sans Will present a complete demon
stration of the arts and crafl I Of old
Nippon.
Niklausse Schilzony, whose band will
be heard twice daily In a variety of
brilliant selections, st;i(- i thai
Czechs, who have bees for the past
fourteen days in Los Angeles, were
never iii better condition to give con
of temperamental enthusiasm
technical merit. Numerous other
:tions, not the least of which Li
I.iiii-i theater, now on the Hyman
I vuudevllle i-ireuit, will be presented to
■ ih. visitors, All will be under tl
and demonstration of uniformed
and caj able attendants, who have been
drilled lor their tasks.
UNCLE SAM HAS LONG LIST
OF GOOD POSITIONS OPEN
United states civil service com
that on February
4, inn, a third grade or subclerlcal
•in will be held In Loa An
nd at various other places
i the Twelfth civil service
ir tli.' purpose of creatinK
lb i s from which all vaean
. , . . ions of watchman, mes
,,i skilled laborer in the
. . c district, In the
of the service and
ill be filled:
i • ice, Internal revenue
.!i y service, mint and
i v itodlan service of
Immigration service,
lon service, marine
I . Indian service, lljjht-
I ird service, pen
i of anim;»l '
try o(l itl i burea oflloi
glneer departmeni ai large, ordnance
departmi ni I large, quartermaster 1*
departmi i > lai
Avi>' I i : further informa
tion from the lo >'
f civil servli ■
amlm i '• . or from the
morel ■ i" Twelfth civil Mrvlce
district B i Francl ico. Cal.
Municipal Affairs
QUESTIONS PERPLEX MEN
WHO WANT CITY JOBS
Members of Fire and Police Com
missions Criticise Present
System of Examination
Members of the police and lire com
mission would like to know why it Is
necessary for applicants for positions i
iii the police and lire department* to j
ho able to describe the natural prod
ucts of Kamchatka, demonstrate the
pons asinorum, or name the capitals of
the South American republics. They
cannot understand, for instance, why
a sergeant of police should be expected
to know the difference between a cube
rool and a radish, should lie chance
to dig up both in his hack yard, Also,
while they realize the primal impor
tance of the old arithmetical problems.
Involving numerous leaps on the part
of hound and hare, they don't Just see
how the solution of this old-time rid
dle would help a man to light a. cellar
fire, or another man to aprehend a
homicidal maniac.
In other words, the commissioners
would like to se a chango In civil ser
vice examinations. Recently, It is
said, these examinations have become
more academic and less practical, and
the result has been a tremendous per
centage of flunks on the part of ap
plicants for positions In the public
service. For instance, not a single
candidate succeeded in passing tho laot
civil service examination held for fire
men, though among the applicants
were several men who had run engine?
of one sort and another for years, and
who were thoroughly familiar witii tho
duties of the positions to which they
aspired.
There is no disposition to criticise R.
H. Dee, civil service examiner. On the
other hand, it is said that Mr. Dee
has done well, all things considered.
TO START BACK-YARD
COLLECTIONS OF GARBAGE
Backyard collections of garbage will
begin this morning all over the city
and householders no longer will be
required to deposit their garbage cans
on the curb in front of their premises
there to await the call of the garbage
collector. There is just one excep
tion to tliis rule. The garbage can
! still must be placed on the curb when
. there Is no open alley back of the
| premie and no easy access from
front to rear.
.Nutices explaining the new features
of the ordinance under which gar
bage is collected have been printed
and ill be sent to every household
er in the city. The rules require that
where there is an alley the garbage
can be placed within, live feet of the
rear property line; where there is no
I open alley, but a. front or side en
trance to the rear, the can must be
placed in a position easy of access,
between 50 and 75 feet from the front
property line.
C Uectiona will bo made Mx times
a week In what is known as the hotel
district, the district bounded by Main,
Temple, Hill and Ninth streets; three
times a week In the tire district, and
twice a week in other ;;arta of the city.
ROW OVER RACE TRACK
FOUGHT WITH PETITIONS
The council at its mooting next Tues
day will be asked to pass on the
merits of a neighborhood row over the
Coliseum motorcycle race track.
Thursday a petition was filed with the
citj clerk asking that the Coliseum be
closed to motor racing, tho petitioners
ring that the noise made hy tha
machines closely resembles a continu
ous volley of musketry and tha* on
Sundays, when races ordinarily are
held, residents in the vicinity are
dri\en from home by the racket.
Yesterday a second petition was tiled,
asking that races be permitted in the
future as they have been heretofore.
This petition also is numerously signed
by persons living in close proximity to
the track.
The matter will be rrfored to tha
council public welfare committee.
BIDS ARE SOLICITED FOR
NEW CITY HALL ANNEX
Bids liave been solicited for the
((instruction of the city hall annex, a
two-story brick structure which is to
vi cupy the lot to the north of the city
hall and which will provide tempor
ary quarters for a number of city de
partments, its Ki-uund floor being giv
en up to the t;i>: collector and health
department. i;Ms will be submitted
m the board of public works 1.1 or be
fore December 4. The estimated cost
of the building is $20,000.
COUNCILMAN ON TRIP
ncllman M. S. Gregory left last
night fur a visit to hla mining prop
ertlea In Nevada. Mr. Gregory ex
pects to return x> Loa Angeles Tues
day morning, but requested leave of
absence, with the understanding that
. ov id be bach In time for Tuos
.lay's meeting if possible. The meet-
Ing will bo ; hi Important one as the
bond sale matter will come up at that
time for settlement.
WOOL TARIFF CHANGES URGED
CHICAGO, Nov, 18.—Senator T. I.
Gore of Oklahoma In an interview to
day said that at the coming session of
congress the Democrats should revise
the woolen schedule and also the tariff
on wood pulp ami print paper.
ELECTION COST DIX $4372
ALBANY. N. T., Nov. 18.—Governor
elect John A. Dlx spent $4,872.38 In aid
of his campaign, according to a
M m of election expenses filed today.
He admits he received $575 in lndlvld
ii ii contributions.
To be sure that your Thanksgiving dinner is good and a success it will be
necessary for you to get one of our Imperial Valley
TURKEYS
DON'T TAKE ANY ( lIANCKS— OBDKB HKBJR •
All local and Imperial Valley birds; also hens, ducks, peese and fryers, all
fresh dressi d.
OYSTERS—W« have the very best New York oysters.
Haniman Fish Company
MOTT MAKKKT
V.178
129 SOUTH MAIN— """' 1(l8
\3SQL fl^k I.eiiionn well at I.^ iind "0 contH 11 iliizi'ii f llj \k S^T^ A- cr*|H I
Cranberries brlntc io cent, a pound. £C /^^yjfejnL *. 'ft flfl
I l>oxe« for 'Zt* ccntM find rw^pberrle. .ell for V 1^»^" 1
"^^ JPA Ww I " cent, a box. Strawherrlcn aro obtain- \ I L * t t s9m4
W***""'l^■■■■■■■• White potatoes .ell nf elirlit pound, for *^ mmm^^mm^^■■■fc*
RKI) EMPEROR «n.\FEB .re 5 rent* L'^L. 8?"',, I!,"?; "'" ""*" nd Halibut, rock cod, barraend. and .ra ha«
a pound and Tokay, are M cent, a '" ' , 'Ze miv be »- for 5 and 10 "*" ai U>* rrniH * »"and- """""S ""^
pouna. cenlH a head nougiit for 0 and 10 fmet of 80 , 8 -ro „n t . rnU B lloun( | and
Seckel pear, .ell for 15 cent, a pound and "Summer .<iua»l.e. are three pound, for bo«'<J "'1(l ,?' >! l l^! V<,"J 1., Soun^ for aT'cSnU
Ilart.ett. may be bought at two pound. ( 0 cent* " -trlned h«i J. toTu!mtn . pound,
for 15 cent.. Celery I. 5 and 10 cent, a bunch. n. m » mar b^Tou^l" for 5»« 10 cent*.
Bellefleur apple, .ell at «lx pound, for Artichoke, are 10 cent. e,.ch. (tami mif ,„,.„„.. » noond ToaMCT «
25 cent.. Northern Si»le. are two pound. Ten. are four pound, for 25 cent.. Hen. .ell for *« cent, »t. p. in<l 3 ™
for 15 cent*. Onion, are 6 .cuts a pound. for M cent, a pound, fryer, for SS cent, a,
I'eaclu-H «ell at two pound, for 15 cent.. Cauliflower range. In price from two pound and broiler, for 40 centii a pouno.
IVr-limnoti, are holier till, week—two bead, for 13 cent, to 13 cent, a head. Turkey, are 35 to 40 cent* *& mg a £Sn
pound, for U cent.. nntter I. M and 40 cent, a pound. duck, and «cc.c 30 cent. •P«un<l- »«!«>»"»•
Orane. are 20 to 40 cent* a doien^ Egg, are 40 to «0 cent, a doten. and rabbit, are .10 cent, eacn.
// Kentucky A
R. B. Hayden]
V SOUR MASH I
X WHISKEY /
Jos.
Melczer
&Co.
Phsne.—SuaMt Mala SM, Home A6ISS.
.141-143 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Sole Agents for So. California.
1 ii ' '
Santa Clara
Wine Co.
541 South Main St.
Call on us for specials
on and before Thanks
giving. All articles
20 per cent discount.
Call at
Franco - American
Wine Co.
for your Wines, Beer or Liquor..
Saturday and Thanksgiving
Specials
HOi- gallon Sonoma Claret 40c
«1.00 gallon Zlnfaudel «<»•
*1.50 Old JSienllng .. .^ 75c
I'UKK—A 6()c bottle old wine free for
every $3.00 purcbane—Saturday only.
Free delivery.
PHONES—MAIN 2445; IIOMT- 64027
Wilfrid Donate
"Wine and Liquor Merchant
218 East Fifth Street
Main Home F5710.
I make a specialty In shipping the
finest Wines and Liquors to any ad
dress. All Local Beers. Wagons to
all parts of city daily.
NORTHERN TABLE CLARET,
50c, 75c and $1.00.
SPECIAL PRICES ON 5 GALLONS
OR MORE.
New Baltimore
\[hotel\\
and Cafeteria
HOfTnWKST COU. FIFTH AND I.OS
ANtiEI.ES BTS.; NEAR MAIN.
Up-to-date hotel and cafeteria dining
room. He»t cooking In the city.
New Turner Hall
Cafe
RICIIARn MATHIAS, Trop. 819 S. MAIN
M.USIC FROM 12 TO 12.
Cafe In basement. Best service in the city.
Meals all day. Open after th« theater.
Thanksgiving Dinner
We have had a prosperous year to be thankful for, so let's "eat,
drink and be merry." But provide for that dinner early. We
have to offer a complete assortment of groceries, meats 'and
produce for you to select from. The usual Valle prices will pre
vail. The meat department, under the management of Mr. Valle,
is well supplied with Turkeys and Poultry. Order early and get
your choice.
F. A. VALLE
243 South Main Street f&
The Big Main J||K.
iPSlp* Street Grocery l|fl|k
' • siimet ndwj. 6010. 2KjT?T>2^£'ij£
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Meat Bargains
LARGE ASSORTMENT GENUINE MILK-FED POULTRY,
EVERY DAY
ORDER NOW FOR THANKSGIVING
These Are Our Every Day Prices
Steaks, good cuts, per lb . . . .10c
Pot Roasts, per lb 10c
Lamb Chops, c u cnder per lb . . .15c
Lamb Shoulder Roasts, per lb . 12lc
Fancy Cranberries, per qt. . . .10c
Butter, Guaranteed the Best. . 40c
Young's Market Co.
450 South Broadway Central and Gladys
HOME 10638— MAIN 8078.
Genuine Holland Herring
THE BIGGEST BARGAIN IN LOS ANGELES
Fat. tender, well flavored, extra fine for marinating. For Friday and Sat
urday. ;
Genuine Holland Herring, 7 for ... 25c
Fancy Wisconsin Cream Cheese 20 c
"Longhorn," regular 25c lb.
We Recommend
Home-Made Deviled Crab 3 for 25c
Kippered Albicore, lb 25c
Knorr's Ready-Made Soups
LENTIL SOUP, Linsenwurst 20c Each V
BEAN SOUP, Bohnerwurst 20c Each \ %2^-2i DOZ.
PEA SOUP, Erbswurst 20c Each )
These soups nwlo in Heilbronn, Germany, from the tincst vegetables are
the equal of the best home-made soups in every respect. Prepared tor the
table in a few minutes.
NAUMANN & SCHILL
224 W. FIFTH ST. (Inc.) 306 S. SPRING ST.
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line California «"'•' Imported Wlum »nd
Liquor*
B. SENTICH
101 N. lIHOADWAV
riioDC*—Suu»et Malu 2a*B, Home IS»U
The Canton Cafe
527 S. Main Street
Finest Chinese Restaurant on the coast.
Chop suey and Oriental dishes. European
dishes on short order. Wmc and liquor
served with meals.

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