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MONDAY MORNING. - SEPTEMBER, 6, 1915. PART I. J 4 mj-'ilrai Classing Htners ,Tppii SALE -'' ' .jsj'b'je FOR BALE $30 WALL BOAKI). 19 PER 1000 svinare feet. amines Lo per ecru. o ; etannara muses. -rid U ever; priced u follows, savings of esie-fniirth (these prices Mr gallon:! $1.13 value at $1 SO: $2.01) value, at l.r.'l; $2.25 value at $1.70: $2-75 viilue r c-?tA n nn, e- on rhitsMn Tarnishes, fS.W value, 'at $2.05; $4.00 value at $3.00, awl , ,ov vauie at dso. 2-ply King Reedy Roofing, v. roll Jl-J" 8-plT King Bendy Roofing, per lull Etaow-white Booting Paper, per roll .....$A.io WHITINd-MEAD CO.. 415 E. Ninth St. Wtt Bll.l? IIvvkt 1 vj omi Tl.-n Toll. HITS. $15.50, . complete, with vltreoua chin bowl and tank. Special steel enameled bathtub. $8; other sizes. s.w, sna Finwt mi-ilitv rvtwlnln wniimfllna ISTatonni, I 8.T5. DiBetetit Sizes and styles st 17.60, (101 ad 2S. . KIWien sinks, 11.8a TUeae r roaiw -nvnu v leant $3,150. , . vigaugs corrugatcO iron, p low ohumo i 'wTnTTNO-MTfAD CO., 418 B. Ninth st. FOR SALE NEW AND SECOND-11AND IXTfllfm ..r Ctt n. W an ml! four &UUU- failun on tanaa, gooa as new, no em-u. Wlirn.VO WBKCK1NO COMI'ANT, 780 South Ban Pedro Street, srrit T.ir CLASSIFIED MAt ICWATS AfiVBATTSTMENTI In the Sunday Times nuwt b mwiTen wao. o p.m. fiaturdays. Claiitled "Wnnt 4.1s.," ww ds seyted until 11 p.m. Saturdays, FOB SALE 8. .14 r:iPIJ"T CAAfEBA. EXCELLENT BA (.BAH! ir tawi i condition f.-M"'....'' 1' irrlte 641 SANTA .. ..ii ' - I or sny part- full stock new crockery, etc. j all kinds of store and ofllie Bitures, slightly used, at low prices. Invalid chairs, folding c'isirs, sc.. ful rent. I. tuvccu). mu n. aiain. I0B MLt? USfiD W1NKMILLB, TANKS, PUMPS, ENaiNES. HAM H TOOLS 0UA1UNTEED. Absolutely cheaueat, with 15 years' experience, sorviceabie msteiuil can be produced. DtMillTT, 1 10 K. Maui. 15191. FOB SALE "SCOTT B ASl'HALTI M B00F PAINTS" for ahinfile and cormio.itlun roofs, (10c gallon. O-Kallon rana. a2. slam. Ilonie28HlS. iOH SALE OH KENT LABOBST ASMOBTMKNT ititslid wlieel chairs, pliyBicians , hospital and niiracs' supulies. I'lWl' ESSiONAli BOTPLHj CO., 41S liTLLLVRD TABLES M -t U..nnltu FOB KALS NEW AND SKCONO UAND CABOM snd pocket-billiard tables, bowling alleys and eceiones: bar fixtures of all kinds; easy poy-ments Ws tnist the people. TUB BBUNSWICK. KAMiE-COLLENUEB CO., MS S. Los Angeles st Ti OR S AliE I ' Vimlln. I IVI mUMTJJIKU OAK IJJIS liNO BOtIM BliT li icatner, sna roc-sere anu cimira, iioihtt taoie, I laree hall davennort. aim in ealher: six 9x12 ruga. t,n7,t .... ..., ..,1 ,i,i"f,i..r. urass Dens, primpaiiour nattier arm cnairs ano I rockets, mahoguny parlor piecen, lyHikcftscs couchea. .reetis. on tuttntinKS. dinner set. coos sioesx retng- erntur, elcctrio fan, pen-mator, grill and portaMe liKlils. upright Piano, carved teakwoixl rurnlturs eic. A raiu oiiiwrtiinlty fur any on wixliing lo fnmlsh guod as new, by tlia piece. 171S a tLOWKB t-x FoH bALK " : 1 ' At'rnoN PBICES and lower prevaiL in our bargain basement, flooils slightly shop worn or taken back from cm tomers leaiuig city. Lnrgo assortment. TICRMS IF DKini:i). LTON-McKI.N NEK -SMITH CD., ffl CHl!1st FOB KALB AUCTION, T1'ESD.F. 10 A.M.. KEP- temlier 7, 41.r W. 4iltli St., Mnncta car. fin rugs and fiirnitnre- in fntntnl and quartered oak, fjianiHtt leather, brass end enameled l-edateads, of tl-iooin iMnKalow, as autrertiaed Nunoay. liuuoiiti. aue- foil SALE CALHOUN It FANNIN0, AUCTION sales this e?k, Tuesday, Septi-niler 7, :30, 7 ' - l.nl. a.,i.i. ...,,i.i mm, nTI . -fltl.ln I 8-ply double sanded Beady Roofing, per "' -f JS yoii R-ply double sanded Ready Rooang, per roll. Soi 1-ply King Ready Booting, per roll. -i!':?. mom rnwl furniture snd nigs. 13H0 8. Fiifuero; I1VIII intVykr v u lull KilIT Tdl tllXU Mt-Ve,lnds. .,.t2lw 8, :;j0, B rooms furniture l)AN" iw A sil st ne 4M and furm.4inge, also suuar. piano. 1279 W. .0.1. Xrhoii WlbWasln. rnfTimtTirs'vHTi-T. i. at in an. .1...,,. 011 ii-,. ... .1 vti,l ik I room house of furniture, nut", canwls, lldlng, gM plates, rsnges, linoleum, difhes, eooklns; uU-n-1 sua, etc. puiiio ana dealers invited, Briu j-our csh snd wagon. EOB SAI K HREAK1.V1 I P, t (INTENTS OF M y 1 o-aiiiihii Dome furnishings, sew, and my ele- gsni pisno, selling nr piece, utru CONnTANt'E 1 pi. rnone "est oouo. I FOR RAIJ FTuRNITUBB OF 7-B00M FLAT. A uanniiD for some one witji cash, come ana make I en oner. alia. 1. uuvs r.i. FOB BALE FUME!) OAK BUFFET, vsm ki $110. g-ctional oak book case, value $28., PHONE I rtiiwia Monaay and nieaaay. OI-TirK KQCIPMEXT FOB M.B OFFICE DESK'. CHAIBll. TABLE. all standard, guaranteed lines, at rork-buUoaa prices. The Los Aoir"ic-strret desk bouse. WEBKB'S, 81f-330 8. Las Angeli- FOR RALE THE flEPK EXC1I ANOB. The cheap t itr- In the rlty to set used deatm. rlislrs, tsl'ies. fl'lng ealitnets: a large stock to select from, THE UKK EiCUANfiK, 803 8. Los Anesie st. AZSiiH. WANTEn-OFFlrF FT-RNITUBE. F.VE1IT PEfrBIP. Tinn. v y n'EnpsT price, rnone intauwa; 77N3. 7rM,LMA.V OrK CO.. ISO n. HIinnST. rpUINGS ON HFa,S - All Sort-. Aotnmoblle. l-ino nrrs a utb mooel ptoppabitatton touring ear: this ear is In first-class condition. electric lights and all the latest eiUioment ; this 1 one of the greatest bsreains ever offcrM In I r I a, I hleh-g de automobile. inn v uarv irr -.. 4i.t, ti U0427. - - - ... ..." 1 THI CAR VrT BE SOLD TniS WEEK. IMS nailiif-ni, s-iBf-iric iiffnis ana smrrrr. wirerronn cord casiugsi bargain; terais. 1701 B. OKA NO AVI..NLK, FOB BALK BERLINE LIMOUSINE. 7 PsSSENOFR. iitst out of psint shop, inferior flnishel in leather nil whin cord, demountalwe nma. ft flood tires. Will c cheat) for rsah or terms, or trade fi clear property. Aildrei is X. box 2C4, TIMKd OFFICV. -on""sA!-E OR VlIOHT EXi n iNOK-i;iiOD BIX- blinder touring ear. fotnriWte eooltimr.t. self starter, lire pump, pMnted new. Wart mortgsfle. trot deed or whatf Prtvate .,ir. No itcelrrs. Ad- flre-i n. I10X B'JI . T7MK ItnwTIT PEEK K. WANTED TO rUHCIUHF, BOAIIhTIR; MOT HE In good condition; vf ill hsie to have terms. E. B. VAN 1I0B.SK A CO.. 70i rninn Oil Bldft A.I IW, M. Vol. WHY NOT BUT A jmiUIt.T PlfnCF ARROW? 1 'icy will give yfni tnoie scnrlre at In tie cost. riKUC-ABBDW AGKNIV. 1701 V. t.rand are. FOR KALE 1HI4 BCYUMlER, 7-P AKSENflER Packard, tterlianlral condilh-n ruaraiitecd. Full epiipin"nL Inclitding eoid tires and seat covers, elee- tnc loihis and staiter, fsp for c.ii. Tcrm to reiialils psity. Address X, bug fid. T1MI S (it-KICK. Ji f. TWO o VtU'B "01.D TIRF.fl MA0F INTO one. t'l for 8,vm miles. 12 to 1,1. Hue itni. eevsal dmihle-teesd tires, all a . st one third the price ot einer nres, n..ttift 111m. iu jiaat Jener- Son. ISOl.llMll M'l.llUlI CO. W ANTK1) I.ATB Al TllStiUIILF, OF pTANDARH mnks, tn eiclian fur lUl s) intcre-t In Al r-sl ewiat (vniitrsir: civs aescnptiun. Ailrirese T, box f. 1 , I 1 1 rrrit I, Hill eilil I.FX. Fl UT lullirl-M, WITH ii.NK etrs shrel snd tnipV vsck; orti'in.tl j-rtce C.tM,, ,n ,,u cheap. Call afltmmins, AIAIM lull A .ra i . ton' SALE ni t Model Overland Bva-psasefUfir, Al condition. Hood si new rar, Price WIH sell on lernw. (all W. B, NA0IL. a;ih:io or Main 814H. I If AVE A BAROAIV, Itljl B4M, T-PASMRNOEB Pleas-Arrow, just the rsr lot rent of stage woik. j rins, 1,111 B. un.,lll. Foil SAI E Pa( KAHII Ml" PHAETON TV UK. e3- ccl'enf. eonlit un. Want MfiitiIit liMoertv. Lf Are-les, enn Hemardlno or R:rer.Me Ccotilv, prt e i;.ni;i, loin iiiiiAiniH. i.kiht mx. five psasc-igef ..,irlng, tlv car his bn drive- lew tht?n 311011 m. i-it, Moat - eefn.ct. Siwi lul,' V rnrfe.'t In every bc!!, la'lid esaf. No fmsonst'le P'invg ,'.di., 4"n Iv-r.rf. n-11. OB rAI.E 1 WV l h.P, A'llll.KI.L ROAD- eier, nM CISsa rntiil tmn. Bbl. url rafll. I nr, raoiohlv. 14,3V "C MUitTUN AVE., or call " 1 enirs ISiS. Full M.r, ri'PE IIAIlTriiim TpMi.ENUi n, eicsiieni ennnilii.n, aJi or teima. Would eon- jwef rnnn.t,.. f r,,l,ii n trade, H. H. loir nAiH, iir.skera Csle, O rsn Park piet, FlllTl LASS AU'lllAHiliuTi REPMBIMl AM Pltetlna: Vf1 tiev hinr we f'.w v,ni, .e Imm ot tn""""lwr'J' fusranla-l. ca llaln 5.1B7. 421 e. i.i 11 sr, fOR SALE KOU' TUIBIMI. BIN aval I1IE4 Mil k view tires, Warner eleeti.nierr; over. nan rompw-.lv. Ota) EDi.fciVAHK I1UAD. An-r 'urn Jl.- o us car. Fun sale lull uiiAlMi ns cab, 4 r ASiocNcrR p'.nv eswlr painted In first els eon,1iti..w flod At 'lUfcEB-ltDMUlAM IH.U CAR Dkl'T,, lutta and , Ollvs. Foil M4r perNTrkTerruiHiu class ooo'lil"'!!, same as new, gc and aiska kiairi sis ., r, rnrner mh and unit ui i..i,n a v.... e.im wim or vIH,m,i drltaa-A thai w iru 'Z? r,n,w i u; iiihiw 11. . '"1, l-o "ALU FTiim TliijHtvn (An, CAM! HB '". p...t ... i n 'i, m i n ;imii. "A it TO PUT A 2 TO ?'A TON THI ( nt F11R ,'" f"d. lufjtfEN wuli. nr. W NTF.DHK-T til Ttll niM) I in TI1!" A"1 artm rs.l, w It III! 4 or I Kin, l,U with rar a.i no. . a, si V I AA-.ll-Tl OUT " I.R 4 HI 4 tAISl 'mi s1 o lainy w SI0 1II nil J Cine' Ut R' hi HO Tut 1 olji rm ( ir.AP; " i.'lf eiTct'si, iiumi tJJJ, GS ON VVlil-MJS-All Sorts. Automobile, "0LPSMOBILS CO. OP tillF." " Wa, t, im nn! tone naart para vwvw anrl V are detcrined to Mil these cam this week regardless what 10 1!)14 Paige, B-pasaenger, ra aula; susp. 1H18 Pcriex roadster. 3-psseengtt. 1913 Ohio elecum coupe. lflll Wsveriy electrie sconpe. Remember, these cars must be sold tht Avees: reasonable oner wm Da accepted, Tnia ebauc, spot cask Is the way to save OLDSMOBIT,E CO. OF CALTT.. Main 8180. 1205 B. live. row. FOR KALE HT OWNKR. pnpfaHrii macisij. vmi-v hmh. lavra ana run like new ....,$500 Packard touring, just painted. A fine fam- ily car $500 . 1 1 . v .11 i. 1 . . J 1 1 . 3 .Ml ,.BHlllan A-ru.ucun.,ai. liVttu .t.i4 Vnu can't beat lbi J800 Bnlelt aO, truck. A bargain 100 uulclt 40, truck. A bargain ii C. C. DANiELs, K.4 S. Los Angeles it. fUone Broadway lot. HF.STACRANT FOB BALBS OB KXCHAKCTB FOB mil MijitM. AttiM minMM eaiwM me to sell: weekly business averaKes S10CO; rent J400; lease; location central. In business district; full lncati!a-tlon infited. Fine niwninc for experienced restaurateur. Call BOOM 80J, ilolliugiwurlh BlUg.. s.K. corner Sulh suU itiU. U-lVTl'l) r. lAUs!t.-.S.'r.l-.R. Alil'O W 1 1 Am X' chanire ti rcum Via mrdaeye mapie sua o furniture, with good pwno, some casn, or a .'.it, . w MUM consider a well- eoiiimied lata model FoFd. aii called away, must cquiJJIiea l.VO Miuuri rum. l..... ha. ty,.hii. i u'Mlnpwisvi will sscrince. lllO1 manltl.,A li. U'ilMlilP! Wi Pilill AVE., Ocean Park. Upstairs. Call Monday. nTOOKOT BARGAIN IN THE WOULD: 4-TOiy Keiiv tnick nrsetlnallT new. cash or terms, tU Mlia. DKWlilf. Home Plwae JUiiiu. 1101H;K UUUTtlUUi SACBIFICE. in tu at. nnce rar family Dodge Brothers car. used only 1700 iuilea; jurt like brand new; has extra tires and bumpers; the -finest ear )ou wvr saw at a map price; uo exchanges. Ad- V(M Rir.K flR Exr.HANOB 11)14 Model ratteraon. niTe-passengw, eiecino linlits. etc. Ermine in Al condition. Price 11000. Will trade for clear lot or Al equity. 0ie locution and full details of property. Address K, box 5H2. TIMES BKANCH OEliCK. - ' lOR SAIJ-. . - . A hia-ri-ixiwerea cut-down gentiemsn s roaaster, syvmI tii-M ami tnll MinumMl. mechanically ner- fei-t, will demonstrate to entire satisfaction; will sell cheup, ot trade tor work hursts or mules, real aiue o0U. ' . on e-APri ptvr.m pi. U.-AVTLI. Tt ItllliLlllU; C.UUI V.1U OA Tb Ull ,1 II. ' I u 1 ' I uvnilVTT. '...v .v.. w w w days. Wilt niLuin 1700 and put up a late J.iu aluMi, llnl.Tiul K.MHiuuiaa a nf ninnhi ick MB security, also let party hate use of car until loan la ,al itia.i nut It In jttitrairi. vnitta of fur near miuHi. nem car at nauu anou. iiu n. iajb an UKl.tJ BI . PUODe OUitlU. fc . , rnlll'rv sv.b SllVl IM BTI'Iklr rlt. hAL 200 EQUI rj FOR 1 100 IN 8yr' naker touring car. law moaei; naisnce jnu " TO -.-. - 8THKET. Foil SALE $ofiO; 7-PASKENtlER LATE MOHEL .Ludohaker. line for rental service: etectrio ligitta ml m niter, full Aoatlng axle; (-00 cash, balance rtiontiiiy. vkk.mont aisri. ForT'ltAVlAttSATioN CAB. DEMONSTBATOB looks like new. runs like new, nres new; must Re sold st once. Broadway 3iu; ofiitiBa. s, .on. E0B PA1.E ONE AND A HALF TON GBAMM truck. eoUO: also small truck, nail von, . KAMrWAN, 1071 Sunset D1T0. FOB KALE 1916 MODEL C "7" BL'ICK, B-PAS- sciurer. 3T-II. r.. in Bus snipe, caatt or terms. Ull.L PAY J.1UO CASH EOB LATE BOADSTER, Hid. preferred. Addrcas t, bo 174, HME 0KHCK. F0B HALE BAMBLE ft TOUBSo (TAB, ELECTB1C starter, fine condiuon. atust be sold quick. 74 s. OLIVK 6T, wanted ai'to . and $m cash. . fob. $2300 equity in Pasadena residence. Address Box m. TIMED OFFICE. Passdens. AUTO TIRES cBKaP. LAROEHT axHOHTMfc.vi new and used tires In ton. Lowest prices AUTO TiltH WORE. 7U lais Amiete st. FOB SALE AT A SACB1FICE, flSTO CREDIT ON Locomobiie. Audi etui Pox 2uu. 'Jtiitb otriLJt, rasauena. rntt i-v aivci? ion riniti ir ki-ui.v pitvT. d, for clear lot, even exchange. Apply MOTOR MAID OIL STATION. Washingiou and orand. FUR MIC ."7R lAKB. 1!14. FIVE-PAS!fl-;N(:ER Murlebaker. Fully iiiipped, penect, mecuiuucauy. EL1TK 81UN CO., 824 Koulh Spring. AUTO PAINTIN0, 7WEPT PBirES IN CITT FOB gooa work, it win ixiy you to see us. in yrsra in os Angeles; reference. V i-Ani iriei pi. 1!)14 FORO T0URINO CAB Al.MORT NEW. OOtll) tu-es and a lot r extras, trnna. price .hjU. MB KENT, 1,1.10 . Flower, norjill. Main !HM0. WANTED CAB. CADILLAC 0B TIUP PBEEEBBED (,iO0 csih snd sxim to rl'sHI clear lot. Ad- dn-ss X. box bH, Tl.ME80FKU:B. TO LET NEW 11RKK OARAdF, 50x100. OIL station In frunt, tigueroa and Vernon. ow.vr.K. Vermont. L'WMi, FOR SALE II CVUNDEB hOAUOTEB. FIRST classi condition. A bargain at f!wH. Call any t ,nll , 1034 B, 108 ANOE7.E8. FOB FJ.OIANCE 0-PA!-SEN(IER AUTOMOUII.E, Bel 2-cyimdcr. for hit. piano, or what bare you F4737, DHOAUWAT BQ2. FOR SALE STI DKBAKKB lnlS TnURlNO CAB IN A-l shape. Apt. 1. 14a"l g. fliOWUrl KT. T-onn FXcTiAMiR H1 s OI.IVF. nr. vs pay cash for used cars, aiain Zitll. rotno. Elect rle Automobiles. . . .,,. m n . . eivp 1 u , . i ft u., M.Sal,,. hattplaa. Inn ..tH tires: naint and trimming in Defect eanditlon. M..t. e-11. Addiees F. boa 802, TIMES UUA.NCU oEFICK, For Hire) Antomobllee. 1018 1I0DFT. OVERLAND CARS, II FEB HOURv OVERLAND ALTO SEMV CE. Wllihlre 2173. Home 82002. IXIH HIKE HRANI) NEW 1D1IV FIVK-PASKNOEB Overland, who comtM-tent, courteous dnvcr: only $1 25 per hour, other fl per hour: short calls nr King. Mil. tnu,YhLU wiifnire hi. or nome unmi, CHAUIFRU CABS,- fl.25 PEB IHH R, B PASeEN er. rasv rld.nt. atnl fiu-tn-Hste niannnea: Ion or short trl;s at any time. Mi 111X0111. Home fiil2H, Wilshir 770. gl.lkl PEB HOUR. NEW. COMFORTABLE FIVS- paaseriapf Overland antos, Willi exiierienceil, care- nil drivers, familiar with city and country. maj lifu. rn:!,,ii. - Al'To FXiR 8 AN lill'OO, WILL eTART FROM Uowlvn Hotel, at, mi a v saomins. pcntcniner vi, si v ..n!..i. .... a.i. k 1 ..... 11- 1 rhrsiM-r: will drive slow, Plune RunsLi.N Uul'bL for twrrsllons. C. A. PENDI.ETON. NoTIIINII CLA4IER IN TllVVN THAN SfY HM 7 lnwrtiin, IU1 Ixisler, evtiert unlets. "i.7n ndir, Week ilais call 1.1441. PUlivliWAY 2.iu Binaa) snd ce-in, rill 7.IKM. WKT VTH u rr.n imilii. ai.w rmu, pas-wiiiner, Careful driver. Home 74741. JAP ANI-KK FRANK, Wi B. Maritiosa eve. TOR I17RB W1TII0IT DRU'EB. FORD TOURINtl rar. nice anueatsnc. spleuOid Utss, auua tn- gin, xiitot. 75c. HOUR. FORD FIVE-PASCENOER, FXPBRT driver, car like new. ahock aluortiers, noes very essy, never us is iirs or vugiuv iruuu. ,.mv. IMS FORD. PAItlB BA. FXPEHIFNCED DRIVERS, Ix k- and 1.2" hour. Rtiauial ratss day or trip. BHUADW AT rkllO. 2.1140. TRAVEL' IN CLASKY. HIU.Mi NeW V'15 MITI H ell private cars, nxanti 7 t'sasena-nr, !., s.i bmir. VrHMONT Hi7. TOino. I'KR IHH R, LATE MODFL t PAblil.Nia.lt, d .'.llode car, sny time, an) wham. sui 1 B77l. ii.iHi 1-1 n iiih'h new bpawenc.KR ovfb lauds, cTipef ifiie.1 rsrefitl rtrner. Piton tOLe LAK, AA'll.liire 4H1K. PHI I l,ll, !HI JI. tjc pi n num. dandy, ii.fan. litis fori rarefnl diners. Tr.isl atuwliere. tall 11 ROAD WAY; g7M. NEW 7 PAShKM.kB I HSja,lll.F.R. EXPERT DRIV rcasunable rata; Hips sojwlier. HoMi 0'.'pTV TAXI BKRVICK WIOIIT CALLS ONIIl 01 soywhere, any lime; b.-.( setvio. bTll.HhlJ. A" T Cll , SVII.hlre 2. Ilrie f.17o7. CHANDIn MX. IMS CAItS FOB 111 ID". II, 2S PF. noiir. rtens, Main its: rnois hEW.lHDt Hi ll K, l 25 l-FR HOI n. SI'HiA rates ly nay or tll. 77401, VERMONT 4 IM' PI II HOI R 1:0011 FIVE lANENUEH FORD. r.tlien, cnrelol rtrlver. 77177. II i'S PEB IKII It-k L.N.T. AUTO UVFIlY. I-AH'i ea rtiiitig ii'io'mo'iei ! MAIN x".'"i. fuMi.-i: FOB IIINR-t AND IP PEB Hid U. AIL HIAhM of nisclunea, mtwheee. siMllmr. VAIN 47HI. CO MOHHIN At Ton, (1 PER HOUR AND UP. SISIK .VM. FV41U. tft " FT 1 1 H Mil' H. 8 rtSHkNUKU tOMII. FII11N IIRoitiU'lV a. ro i-i n . ' .. n a .j.... Itleycle. niCTCLES. tt(Tf-W, fin vt l.rA. New, fsMU led ancnnd-hanil Ni-rolcS at M afi easy partueula. special prtrea lor tsab, n (i inn, FH Ik) . F-etrritma with r, ue p..rrhasM. (.tat !" or ryeloml, pair or Mrg. iw-t pd rnllrr rhaOi. foltrt skate. slrn, ele,. ele, Nef tl'cs. Bl.7?. WUh rhofc of Bleil nretnlume, n lii , eondrles, ll'llnei, etc., we ai r riuatr 14 Cveie slurs, ti la-g. t In th W'et sod toek 1 apTlsltv of aerrlce to the bl'vcle rtilee at the I .... i,..ll.lo cimU F. M, JllM.il SALU 10 Kid. Sain at, ...,..,., WANTID M C'Mi HAND MM VI 1,1' I ll Vll"ill r-. It. 11. llt.lnM R, 27 Isjlur at,, Put Isti'L Oroi'm, 1it-rrTlp rot m. 1 w v haw! m imhin, 1, t v-ss-ej ' . 4e. ( POR SAIJv Atrrloultitral Implement swirl Yehtcl, SLTOHTLT t'PEI OB EnorVVOBN. tor sale at jwciilI Oargaia pncss, tns 'allowing ffiaclunery and iniulemenu: jl jotin iieere also narrow, aew. 1 South Bend No. 802 side-hill plow, Bw. 1 8t teamins ftr, good cuudlUon, . 1 S'A ood wheui truck. 1 top I'tiggy. ....... l nuauiew uoncoro. " 1 7-tooth walking enltlTStmx 1 cross seaeh orchard truck, 2 Kiliefer beet cultitators, 1 Mrcut disc plow. new. 1 Sanders orchard disc plow. Wei. 1 Buckeye- fertilizer drill. 1 cream ftepaialor, aew. 1 fi-toot mowing macuine. 1 bar rake. 1 self-feed hay press. 8-h.p. enKine, niouiitea, snirnuy nsea, . ' urmll ena-ine and pump jack. new. 1 Ls Verne disc harrow.- ? new SoUcj coauors plows; stacker. ' 1 land roller. 5 two-hone gsara, . 1 feed cutter. 7 new delivery wagon. 1 new surrey. . 1 pony vehicle. All the alove are either new ana snopworn or 1 hats been alichtly used. All on torid Soar our main store, ilust be sold at onc. Solendid bsr- gain. If you can t call, write, ue. we nse aw- page Illustrated catalogue, wirn oier iwi iuusi.ru-i I,'..,,. Mm. u. will wi.it fnu ti inv ana i mn'h.qitia I uupleinents, write todsy, ABN0TT C0fPANT. INC.. ii . iia O A,oli at. WholessI sgncultural Impleuieuis, wafioni, engines. I . . . litis i&uujw inuai. A specialty made of loading carloads for settlers. nn co I, civc ici' aiM aifi.v me.w n,iwn. riding disc and mouldboard plows, new disc and Rtorkton shears. 20 centa.ee.cn; fave 1 nsii 01 1 ,ncu tanks, engine. DEMMITT. 120 N. stam. triyi. IVE STOai FOR SALE Horses, Mule. Cattle, Ete. FOB BALE . .. . - " tHl, pair or Pig rancn mares anu iium. ,l...u w...... . n.ln 1M s 1 1, f linnllhv snd I alf the chance. Don't come expecting to firS a fat pretty pair, but, they are a good team, can alter piunaay. iHiio . r 11,1 r.noA et. West lettereon st. car on Spring St., get on at Figueroa St., want niocs: soiitn FOR KALE sound working;' in the country, very ouick, will I take $100 for team, are wortli (400 if tune were I better. , ; . . ' ; Tirr B. nrivr.iN in nr. - Fob sale onb oood team of younq driv- tug horse, harness and express wagon, aiso i eorapieie moving picuire ouius "r ." I goo liOttia .ii ax.ia. ouou. v.- ihtl RAt.K on ttcin OF MULES WITH HARNESS. A to 8 veara old: weirht from 1000 to 1200 lbs. Also B ilnmii wattorjs, 10 stick wagons. Lot of Fresno scrapers. 2o50 EAST NLNTH BT. Main 0844. P. B. LOWE. VflR kai.k A aood b 1400- b. single norse, worss any- wnere, u. ... . at iirr r:APT Hf,vriTH pi jr Edtt KAIJC nSK MARK. YEAR1 OIV. WEIJ. broken, 1200 pounds; also spring wazon and harness. Call at 1103 MOUND -AVE.. Boutu Pas- ndena. FOR" SALE OR RENT MULES IN ANY NUMBER, at COATS WILLIAMSON Stock Yards. 725 Lyons at. Phone Main 31 M. James Denell. Mgr EUR K4T.lt TV.n Mlit.FS WEIGHT 23(00 LB8. f nod ace and good corkers, must be sola, 2.WJ CENTRAL AVE. FllR BALE SIX-YEAR-OLD RAY MARK. SOUND. gentle rider, drives. Ree her and make oner. Moat sell. 1S31 HERENDO ST. FOR KALE GENTI.K HORS'E, WAGON, HARNESS. 'J; bow at 833; nanieas, fj. iot to. ' CENTRAL A VS. FOB BALE FIVE-GALIIN LIGHT JERSEY COW, wet. ten days, alto vo orners, just iresn; must sell at ouce. 2122 ft. mai.i. e,a.si sun. FOR BALE FAMILY HORSE. WEIGHT 1100. city broke, fine driver, sale tor ladles. call afur 1 o'clock, limt K. jgth pt. I'll rt RAl.K Pair of guod hlg wont mules and harness, 870. tin e. rr.itMa si'. FOR BALE PAIR OOOD WORK MULES, WEIGHT 2.VJ0 ins., would trade tor good nay. 1034 FE DORA ST. Take West 11th car. No Sunday sale. FOR BALE 20 II BAD OF HOBSES. AU, AGES weanling mules. Addle l. 0. box 1)0. RIVER. DALE, Fresno County, cal. FOB BALE SFVFRAL LARUE YOUNG HOBSES. Stable. tX,U A AIM) fci. I K.,.n a.TC, munirf nrtrtr. m,i n-ritlt- tir.iiDt.-u r i -V-a riii sL'.i oov,, ' "." ."'.'" . FOR f .ALE GOOD TtA it. AITLI 8701 BOLTU I MAIN. Phone South 8b3. POILTRV POCI.TRY SUPPLIES A ST.. Mala V.flhanaa. 11 . nl.,1 WANTED POULTRY: WE PAY HIGHEST MAR- krt prices for poultry, cash at your door. 8i3 DELTA BLDfl. F4832. FOR SALE A BARGAIN. PIfirONS AND f n irK ens. ducks and rabbit. tali (junday or Mon- day, 2C20 WEbT PICO. RMi1Ua rinftU. FtA. FOR BALE COATS. GOATS. GOATS. Just srrlveil. 5000 heflda of Toerrenbinn. Boanl-ih. lleil.in and Eaansn lists. Can be Sren by calling .... I-IIAS It KPARKS '.'10 Stnrv Uid2. I Dogs snd no at Stusl. I FOR BALE Bl I.L TERRIER PI TS, FINE WATCH dn stiain. ts-tter tnan nutgisr inaunince, males i $10, lemslcs $3. lioT W. 21pT. Washuiglon car to Noimaudia FOR BAI FTMnTinut'IiriRFn FOX TERRIER PUP- pie. B24 NORTH ttrUIAUWAI. Lie stoCk WANTED WANTED HAVE TAVO FINF BBKD BEOISTErBFD 1 holla on Jeraev. one Hdstein. AAII1 rati for eow or take bull to your pla.-e. EOUTH 11S7W n-AVtrri beef rows. CAI VES. FRESH cow H iiheev rrt-ee paid. HAiftti.N H l ip A aooa a. , mrntri S2D1-J xYTTonxirvs iuii"s ltr --- i - . ' CONSULTATION FREE ATTACRMENT4, TAM- im. Co act oca. necreea. I nn'ract. Sinn. irsi.s, Estate mi I aM legal iiiai:. rs carefully banned NOTARY PIRT.lt:, WW Uniass) Wdg. H-I h and Borii-g Bridwav 2-111 FREE ADVICE ON ALL LEG AL MATTERS, ESTATE. and sdmloKtratlon ot t ilea uiuit t .rreca- io.i Law siier iRlly. Jo-EPH IS'. BEABDSLtE. U Vsn'iiraltldg. F2W!Ji. tlt'lt kl"lN"n-EI(E4 AIIK AT RKNO llrsni h omce 2.1 chamlair of Commvrre, Lo An. gules Sie'lal Itentioa irtven caaes by experi enced attorneys. Advice rrce. ADVIITC FREE' AIL LEGAL M ATTI RB, PROMPT and mmncien t aervice. nws, Hroanway iia. fl2S VAN JsUYS BLUO. Beveuth and Biirtng. AM. LEGAL MATTERS ATTTNnrn CONsn.T K- Hon fi . W. JENKINS, pod Marsh-stmng Ul.ig. rnVF IFCAI. ADVHF, At t. CATI PnriMPT AND fWrtevi Service, I 2fl BAN FERNANDO HLDO. JJOIIOCRS A nrtJMWviiliM L. A tJOIl.EB AVOIIK", MANEFAITURe-BB OF hollers end tanka, ieclal attention to rersif work. 11U likDO.NDO BT. I'lioR t.aM i.jo ai-wj. r)RESSMAKI.N(; And ltrestnwhevi DOWNS. LADIFV TAlLOBINd. RFMODFI.INd. nii-tclas work. Puns very reasonable I IIO.SL ",:';l". MADAMETlUORGin"'i:i K, FRFN?OnEK-tTfJrfTrl anr and all at vie-; tia-'oaiiis priv. 1.2 .h..N- BLMJTON KIMD. llou u21ba. IF YlU WANT A GOOD FITTING BI1T MADK TO done, 1 goaranl. all "lk. r-e- najie plKva. NtMAN, laiiics' Ullur, 21s . BtOds. LM'KHJKNI l.D Dili KKAlAhEll WANTS BKWINO KX iiv: sent nieirt ' piice toaaouablav limiAMViAl puna, jiuAie. tu.i i. jr It' CATION Al hchools and College. tk.iHN EPANISII 41UB tlR PIUfATK COWKR- aat-'-nnl mclhiMl: ipiU k, easi ; rcaiialde, 2l'2 N KIMipM.Y I'ltivi:. ni'4i.-.i7. W-.iUhij,f and flattliilMV, ril.A.i llfllllf HAI 1. "tll'SirAL INSTKV.MINTl for Mule, l.si liwiiee, A mil ml. FOR BAIJi AtY HK.AI TIFUL CAIHNKT GRAND Pi ano lor Hi'.': mnia, , uioiilli, II dlsiiioiit for caeu. 21a av. L1II. imKkswu hui and bpiaJ. ws lull E.M.r. MillSIER PIANIA, WAUMT IApK, IN ei'iemiia m.i i ion, in n-w. 1 giou-tlv ai lrj for J"MI. A bill wsp fof only $.1Mi, FIT7i;I,UAU an 1 1; niir.ni, isi io:i hoi a, ms.iA.v, full B.M.E--1IIGM-I.IIAHE Wllllll PUSH, . nciit, wiiioiii: uiiie tiii; ciicn rr cf.it, Ad- ine,e, r, I. win, iiviiK i.iiAM ti luriitt roll t t HA.NiE .SlMl FtHllt IN EINI, p Ant. insii i ior, whsi have ...i i If i i.i ill i v I..!!, K-'t ,IE -(I llASJ'i, IS ItlM li UNI, I i lo. Mill I II l. 11 1111 t 1 1-. .I. run M F- I TtlU:ttT PHMi FOR fli 'f TAKEN I'V T-i lai. IM W pi A III fl.lt 'U.I 2U&0 f, nil i)i Ml r iu uAk. 1'iANJ, elik auuaiii.au ex. T OST, IXITJSD. STRAYED A-i snd Htolro. UrVTt BOOS AT SAW- tell r on car to xo angeiee, a. ;ou u,m. Finder kindly remm to U slim. a Bank and receiv I-vard, R. ti. Al'S-TIN. STOLKN FORD TOLEINO CAB, 1314, UCENSS 111711, moior No. 371539. Sotify Centtal Po- Bc station. 125 rewaid. STB.AYED WBITB SPITZ DO0 FROM 3S25 WEST Temple street. Answers to Fluffy, Tinder PHONlfi B93M and rrjceive reward. LaT AIREDALE DOO "REX,,: ON73 VFAA OLD. Wore ieatner cons ana license tac u. A, tJAKEB, 1'at 2210. ,, . . . . ..; .. LOST 825 REWARD. FORD, 1914 "TOURING. No. coo i , eiiguie no. OlOXOX. PUS a. iu Nnia. Cal. ' ioot Ff.MAlM FOX TERRIER. WHITE AND lirovm, has pUin collar and lock: no Ucense; lilierai reward. vx3 a. uiuonux, roe. lxiT KROWN LEATHEB TRAVELINO BAO. marked F. w. urocston. nermn to o.iy a. ame MOBS, or Phone Wilshuv) 1234. Bewanl. LOST PAIR OF STEM, GRAY MULEa MARE AND I boras, weight 2.UU, a years oio. i-non ui-ai.i- DALai 44-.-S. 8TBAYED AROUND PASADENA, AIREDAIJS b.tcli. in season. Answers u cteu. jumaru. Phone COLOBAIJO 6672 uitsv ,ahi.is i.mi ,,tt white fwt and bna"t. Reward. MURRAY APARTMEN7X OTHAVED B1X0-TAH. MONKEX 648 ,,vfli g-.n uw iui ' ' v"".'' LOST SEPTEMBER 8 FROM 5 W. SIXTH, Brown Knsltsh Buiiaog. weigns anout 00 10s. "IITANICXJKING CHIROPODY Fuctnl, rVsilB Treatment, Hlrdre)lnf, FACIAL AND SCALP TREATMENT,. 740 W. PICO. Room O. formerly oitvt o. siain. MASSAGE -'-- nil... Ttatha. Tl.T MT flOOD ORIGINAL MA0NFTTO MTSCET- Idnaim auf iafuctorv trval mPTitn. hath. Yaiyirfl. 10 ..ii 1.1 f.,,Aitr.rat iviti, iukm ov ki i.i.i ni. T . 484 S.' Main, near Hotel Alexandria, Westminster, opr Badyn. IWIFST BADEN INST1T1T10N. EI .ECTBIC, STEAM, mineral, sweats, baths, massage, r.xpert ooera- I tors, trainedi niirec. both reies. VIOLA OWi-Nb- Ml I.I.UR. 119A 8. Sluing. CHIrAdrt PATHS. MAGNETIC MASSACEJ, 208 KAN FKRNANDO HLDO. 10-7. Open b'undajs. , At rtant., sexes. . sage, for rheumatism, nervousness, etc. Operators hoth eexes. Open bunday, llHOArtWAT RATHS AND MASSAGES. 854 S0LTH Broadway. Open bundali ana evenings, at tendants, both sexes. rlioctbIr RHEUMATIC MATHH AND MAfiSAllB, 611 B. Seventh. BEE DAVIES, Manager. Op- enitor hoth sexes. kalosky baths. 21 7 'A w. iith bt. cabinet ,t is. maBsage. Competent attendant. both sere-, Onen pundavs. fwOKELLOtXlTVoB BEHT PATHS. MASSEUR and masseuse. 7034 8. BROADWAY. BATHS A'n MASSAGE. ATTENDANTS BOTH sexce: welcome old nntronace and and new. 254 8. HHOADWAY. room conipetcru assiwani. TIFFANY'S BATH AND MASSAGE PARIlRS. 8W4 R. MAIN. Operators, twin sexes, open eunuuje, evenings. PATHS AND MASSAGE, ROOM 804 fnPlCRB Bid?. 520 8, Bmtdway. Oiierators both sexes. lll,v- , U i'-LI 4I TL-V U 1TI1J MkVAIlIC. - ATTEAIl, ants, both sexes, ll&tt s. BtMJAUiv.ax. room is. vKSli,!5 "JMUjxtiMdeTieBj WANTED GBADUATK MALE NURSB DESIBE8 position. Best local relemice. Age a. eu trained. Falary expected, $23 week and expense. A. T. EYKrJL, care sanitarium, uompiun, lai. TACUIXERY tA aA SVf..-l.1 A TOR SALE TANKS TANKS TANKS TANKS slsniilacfore new tilvanizeu. 1000, JlB.oO, anno, $21.50: also irrigating pipe. csea iteuwnoo. 1000. ROOD. UIKkl. 2.1.1)00 80.000 and 50. OOOsixea. Pioneers; nuterial guarautecd, DEM' MITT, 120 N- Main. lfilHl, TI1K BEST ASSORTMENT OF GAS AND D1STIL- late engines, guaranteed free from defective or wornout parM; 22 years' experience enable us to repair ana reouiiu gas engines curreciiy, s IJa-ivdh. F7020. 80H-ROS N. Main St. Bdwy. 4108. pip- id pf pipf For sale icond- hand pipe of U kinds, chile driers, rails, I beams, stmctursl iron. etc. WISEMAN PIPE CO., 1730 E. 27th at. Take WatU car. none 2WU3. ; Erill RAI.K FINEST liSEIl POR lAMI.r rIAVV 111 T- nc in C11V ar- llie ITILO. t 11. V. luinn, a. erglne, -rewl frame and saws or eetl separately. Emrlne SI 10. oi outfit $140. DEM MITT. 120 N. Alain. l.ilUl. MACHINFRT OF EVERY DU.5rRtl'TION BOUGHT and asold. BUTTBESH A HdLkUAS. mii-iVt N. Los Angeles It. Broadway 60U8. Ao4i3. WANTED lft-INTH OUlt'K CILANUF. LATHK. AV'U pay f.lno to B400 if in good condition, nil ft. MAIN. Main 1401, FOR 8.A1.F MOO FFET 4 INCH IIFAVY 18 OrAGE new Irniratliig pipe at 12c. uviiuu. upsiaira, 120 N. Main. FOR BALF SIJGHTLY PSED OARAdE MACnTN- ery. Terms or cash, nil s. mai.n. PATENTS Anrl Taa-s. A frAFR M- I'loNEEIl PATENT AOENfT. T(A7ARD EEHHY MtT.T.FR. nr..ini i. tiA.Aitii. in reurHar.irin (m reaa-.i.- ine the agenev fiom the Wesley Bolierts Bldg., has aaiocisted R. B. (tunRY. who wrots every snplics- r- ,Tvin '".'25 1713 1 dtes patent off-cs. ..",: ':. ': .' inzAnni hook en Patents, free, flmne ARC27. f,iV4 rFNTB Al. PLlld. Main rm EDMUND A. STRAUF?.. irTneTiy or has vox removed ftioai tittc otta lopa. TIO, e:i WEM.EY RfiftEBTS BI.DQ. THIRD AND MAIN. A14H3, Main SMI. PATENTS. TRADE-MARK. PECURUD TTtROI'GH credit system. C. 1. AVILUA-AIB. 100S Hibernian BKlgt a l UARING. M1TIT sNICAL EVG1NFI- B, PAT ENTS AND st At H 1 PEtGNINO. 90S SOUTH OLIVE tT. PHONE MAIN S147. I Q. F. HARPHAM GETS PATENTS THAT I'HO t-t. Thirty years' enienenc. Inventions (Inanred. HX'1 WAVIMNOTON Mf.fxf. PATENTS. ALL COUNTRIES, ALEX Fl. LIDDER. aoite hv, Kiorv bww , EiTtti and Rroadwav G IBVIN0 ft ro . ABSayvr.s avm rsni.ri BUY-1 Mine elamliie.1. 107 N, 'RINO FT. XTOPELS AmA tAt lVMtra MOHFM GEAR)", DIES, NOVELTIE AND MsV rial inarii'nery made lo order, NATION M, MACHINE WORKS. S14 N. Main at. Main, 4.)3 JCSICAL INSTRUCTION VIOLIN, MANDOLIN. GUITAR. PRrVATH AND class Ir-iacns; rcsaonal-le: Invfntmente to Van. fin s. HON ME UllAB and klAJlvbTlU THEAIUI tdlDlos, D.UI1V, UENTI.F.MAN, EXPERT PIANIST OF I.KtPSlcToN" a.-riiitmi, nraiiea p-mus, term moilerate. Pliotie AVIK 401. tnnriuiiga. GUITAR" I.EV.HNSI UIVBN ATUOU EABT 20T1I Bf., temis resMUntiie. ' SEWING MACIUNKS. zL j-iu.ij.j. ..'.'t.,..v BEWINtl MACHINE OP EVERY MAKE. SOLD. rcntt.l and r paired; some g.id one sa low as M; ell gnnrarVed or nwinev lehmilvd: ilioronglilv rrlialle. Will IK Hl'tt INu MAtlll.Nt, AGK.Ni'V, Old 1. BlXtn Sla Ainm iA t SHI I, 1)11 III-NT M.M.lll SkWIMt MAIMINkS Retailing or all wiikeA, n 1 tin. FBED 1 VVIlllV 4'"1 ' Sill St. FSM..V Mroadwav f?H 1 'f A PI ,W K ITI -.11." I f VnrlnlH mi Mnke VISIBLE TTFriA'ntTFBS RENTED. n ivion'in n" f.t.uii .vu it. Initial I'AAMUNT APPl.rS on any Maihln in atia-k If punliaaed. , We sell at F1TB DOLT ATI DOW! AND FIVE IKIIOARS PkR MONTR. TTI8 WtlOT.FAT. TTrrWRITFR CO., Nw local "h. fi.1.1 B, Sis-ins f, 1'tiotie.: I H 'I and Main l"im. FIH.-T (I.AH IlkNTAU A hl'Kl IALTT. TYPLAVlllTi n PFNTETl n aini'ip ruii so sniv v-v, Initial rental ar-pllr If yoii pttirhsa. lACtORY lll'lll II T TVl'l VUllTMW, prices raonli'S frnsj BIB In I mi. Call, write or phone na your orders. .aiLi.Ti as UVitTfNil XIAi lllva t r vve Tia t, lipiuvo.sT ior' . 'niu."mf. A..HU 1-unnaw wain F.'.'S. BEST N". ft OlJVm VIHIMI.K, 8 MllNTII. $ svi new tn1"l Si', w. !'i rrieive-l. M,! S--M a in SHIM I 111, 11 l 1 S Til r w IIITI II to f NUFUWrum VH'nt.E TYPFivntTl.n KKNTRfl'l liontiii , I'liuaiiivAi. y et i : i u x a i x v c o i.l i :g i . F VI-TrlllNAnv M'lll'l.lt pElilN BrPT. I A N rirol"-'1 l-ffe'S e."ai ioi..rluotl y. t alaloaoe fr . c kluANS, i'i14-ait, la. afaiset si,, sis riaucavcia, Archibald Was Stupid, (Continue! from Second Pagw.)- leg-itlmata and entirely satisfactory means of preventing th making and shipping of war materials to our ene mies, v - . a . , .-.n "My letter which Mr. Archibald carried does not contradict anything that Toiint von RemBtorff has said. I for his DeoDle and thtt great bulk of those who make up our Austro-Hun- types. The theater part of German They can read and discuss matters and nan ha bqcUi, eaQehail TVnv RO Wltfk I the many races and the great Ignorant mass of our peoples. Fromisea of better wages and easier employment must be made and their position In aiding the enemy must be brought home to them. Where there are a hundred German men working In the factories, there are thousands of Austrians. Remedies for reaching mese races must ainer ana mere is nr, ens,m,iAn i. ttvr.r,e to I call out the Austrian citteens at Beth- lehem or eUewhere. Such a pro- posal as this was the letter of which tx iiiuLtiKiauiii'; copy waa mue auu ica ooritBnta Mhi.d tr. tv, Rtnt Denart. ment at Washington. It Is to prevent the letter from being censored or garbled that I shall ask Secretary Lanslnsr fnr nn nnnnrtnnltv to exnlain." Dr. Dumba denies that Hungarians were to be sent into the munition and steei worKa to emoarrass tneir output; hniir nf th -sn emnbved at the Bethlehem steel works and elsewhere In steel construction plants were Hun- garlans or members of other races of Austria-Hungary. It was of the num- ber of such men employed in various works and their race that Archibald carried a document prepared oy me tst tVia Mow York Hnntrarlan nsirnninsr. 1 SHIPPING. HARBOR OF LOS ANGELES. ,m,n-iiTvcrnsir avvr K meamer Arolinet Car. Hamma. from Baa Fran- Reamer Harvard. Capt White, from Ban Fran- cisrri. I Si earner Governor, Capt. Thomas), from nan ineKo. Bteumer Texan. Capt Carlisle, from New York Bt mer Geonre lajomia. Cant. Phillips, from B Svldhdo- . . San Francisco . i 7Li-iiiticir Dnr. a.o.ui numuuirr. iui au.unuu. . ftteamer Harvard. Capt. White, for Ban rranctsco. 8t earner Governor, Capt, Thomas, lor . Puget Sound, via San FTanclsco, Blea'tner Geurca Loornia. Cant. Phillip, for El SamiKlo. . . Barge No. 91, In tow of tun Defiance, tor tan rrancisco. . an --wrr:."wtad port turther north. Tft inrni Date, FTom Steamer. Btenmelilp i line. I . r.f.Tisors and pmerir hfnr thai n-ilrv Sept, fl Portland. Geo. W. Elder.... North Pscifle , A , ernerfre oeiore tne mid-Sent. ftSsn Francisco. Queen ..Pacific Coast die of this Week Vastly purified and eept. 7 san Francisco, Harvard, .racinc Aangau I epr, 7 n Uiogo, Geo, w. Eluer....nonn i-acmc Bept. 7. Puget Bound, Congress Pacific Coast p-ept, 9 san nictio, ConRn; Psctno coast SrS?; JQ.a"7'l"i;A,'sP stppt! 9 s.m Franci-ieo, Aroiie." Independent LSP:r:LB,r nt" tl Pmpt Kmirtrl Present. ." PacirtC Coast I Pept. 12 San r'Tiinciaco, Harvard. .Pacific Navigation vu cl A,1CU. area. uenv. t, M-iim line Date. For Pteampr. stenmstnp line, i sept. Ban Diego. Geo. w. Elder. .North pacific sept, tl Nan Francisco, Queen :c'n f. -ept. i pan r rancpico, mirvani. .l acinu .iiuki'"" i Sept. 7. Portland. Gto. W. Eldei.... North Pacifta Sept, 8. tan Dugo, Congress Paciflo Coast pept. p phu Ham isco, Harvard.. pacuc .avigiuon Kept. 9-Piiget sound, congrcs. Pacifle toast Sept. 9 San Francisco, Aroline Independent Sent, ill Kan Frn nciaco. Harvard. .Pacific Navigation 1 nepi. ii tun niego, r-resioeni. ia'-ioc . u. i Sept. 12 San FTancieco. Harvard.. Pacific Navigation Bept. 12-Puget Bound. President racino A-oaat local carriers. Steamers for Cta ina Island leave Ban Pedro at la . m ,lllw .M1 ,. ,n rilu ...,nt Kiinrlnv and . A u rn. hatimtav on v and H:lt) p.m. bun- day only. Returning steamers arrive at 9 :SO . s m U a. Vh. J i 1 , r.t I , Ul VI fl U Al VI CX U 4 1 I I tfl . . 8 P.m. and 9 p.m. Kumlay only. Launches mr Lung beaeu leave toot or rina street. Siii Pedro, hoiuly from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. rii- r. anil until 7 n.m. sundaTa r.aill pan f'euio terry eicry ten minutes trora root 01 riiiufireri. l.rry eicry leu mininea irom ii'in v, rmu .ntn. Pan Pedro, Terminal Island ferry from foot ef (anal sircet, Wilmington, and (out 01 turn a tree- San Pedro, every ball hour. IN P0BT. Steamer Necanicum, E U Co. Steamer l.net.1. P. W. ft B. to. Steamer Temple E. Durr, 8. P. slip. Steamer Texan. A.-H. 8. S. Co. COASTWISE CARGO CARRIEB9. Steamer Davenport, Port Ludlow, sailed Sept. L pfeamer Aialou. WllUpa, sailed Sept. 1. -..am., 1lavm..nri WilLioa. aailiai KertL 1. Steamer Tuouia L. AAand. Coo Bay, aailed Sept. Steamer Carmel. Cray's Harbor, sailed Sept. 2, BUaincr Gray llarnor, l ornaon, loatuus. Steamer Yoseaiite, Portland, aiied Kept. 1, RimmM lAuinioia. li,nliml. loadina. Steamer Coronado, Gray's Harbor, aailed Sept. 3. Mcauier V;m--uar.l, l-.oreiia, loaotnir. Steamer Nehalera, Astirria, sailed Bept, 2. Sieainer We-'.erni-r, tia Bay, luadjig. Kteamrr lte. Port Aiueles, loatitig. Btesieer 11 ' i'liain. Atienleen, Railed fept, Sti-umer Tali.-v. Grai ' Hsrlr. losdlng. vteanttr Mioeoone, Grava Harbor, losdinf. tjwaiiirr Wclicsiev, Boattie, loading. TO AND FB0M ATLANTIC TORTS. Steamer Peter 11. Crowell. New York, loading. Steamer Pleiades, New York, sailed Aug. 27. "tf-ainer Te Jan. New York, sailed Aug. 10. rtiamer Krooiilaud. New York, sailed Aug. 23. ..I . ,!.... V. V.L aall.,1 , OU Steamer Uatu 'Luikenbacli. New lurk, 'sailed Aug. U. . . . Kcamer Mexican. New York, sailed Aug. si Steamer Catolvn, New York, sailed Sept. . . tit ........ 11. .,.!, Ian n.i.r,,n. siillrrl Hetlt- 3. Bttatnef llarry Luckeubacb, New York, sailed Aug. 2ti. . . v ... h-inain,., A i. ticKcniaicn. new iiiik. aoau.u. p.-aeii-r A-i?onm.. New York, loading. Steamer Falcon, ruget bound, tor new jora, etesmer ohioan. Puget Sound for Kew Tort, Jos. img. - etramer Jask.n. Bs. rrsnclac. for New Tort. etianier rrenci Liicsenoacn. new iora, toauiug. tnainci lonsu, .New toik, lusuing. Htenincr L-mli. tttn FraiM iie-o, i.ij.,ub. Bicamrt- Fri'srul, New York, losding. bteamer Tamidco, New York, sailed Aug. 28, C0MI.N0 FROM FOREIGN PORTS. Itrltl'h strainer Civilian, London, sailed July Si ltrHi.il sieainur ee-nipicr, Lonoon, loaning. H.itiali sipanu-r Bi'ectatur, London, lra Wo. llnlieri ate.imer rjiuueiil. Ar'onou, eiatuon. lumen atr.im'-t m ,,.:..., ..,.., r.-.,,,.. .. bt.-iiincr i:.-at l"iiar. ltoioaoiig, saiie.i An. IV Drill Ii steamer Crown of Aragon, Loudon, sailed ..'.' a......... ...A .... a Jaiauirs steamer Anyo Msru, Hongkong, k'sding. Sleauiur u, M, t lam. nausia. saiicu au. a. TIDE TABLE. Monday, Sept. 0.. - t.. .. " .. 10.. " 11.. 12.. .. 1:40 8:13 1 14 111 4.0 2d .. B it BM 1 r.J 0 4, l.R ., a aa bmj 3 2 02 (11 11 ., a ma 11 m s ua 0 1 fl 4 0.7 .. B 2.1 0 4,1 H 41 II 2 ft 7 0..Y .. 3 2 10 14 4 25 II i n il (1 ,1 .. 4 I.l 1" 45 fi 14 1.0 0.1 0,. T IS on Tuesday, StU .l Wnlnsailay, S40 s 1 Thursday, Friday, Saturday, V IB BO 9 r.7 n .1 lo 43 nu Sunday, 11 30 4.S NOTF In the ebovti tslsilatlon of Dries h dally lldi-s am given in tris or 'lev of llirir ncuirtenrt. ,..,,1.. uuh lliesarlv niomlns title In the Irft- bnd title co'iimn, nd the sini'eeiHn lid.- tle I in ai.nie da A lint three tu r cs-eiir. lit fonrtll Tin ot.lirrto i-n ut- iiMini. . Pi-t line site the hour, the eevnml th bna-'it In fsvt. toiuitansuta will show lilgU snd low ti.U. levt, toiuiwnsota POUT ITEM With s ! rarirti of Ne Tor frrlrif. 1h a,. l-a-.i .1 t 1 Amer HAn-llAM SlISIl fl 't Sf- ne.1 lilai, -hi- will di-iiars psrt of be cargo bn and pro-owl te nn r rsn.-i-.-o, ,. IV.. Ill cilllll etr. (li-i harve Of fuel oil tVltll San Fram-larn todav t"l al-, fr return III 1"W ,., II,. I,., lfc.natiY. Ill alpnmer lleoiuo lAMlmlS ii of the Mateiani (left, arrived fmu n bewundd Wltn Itiel Oil SO'l ssii"i f-m,. ,.. m .,., Bjrillurf stirl rr,iartlna trwlsv ail iut csm-'iiy iit. Tu (! anne.1 fr m l,',,i:?.,rV,rA..rTirr. The ur aaulni fur ar.i an-l sailnl l'T ntiini, Man Itaik-isco and Fuget aoind. NfiRTtll BN SHIPPiNa SAN FRiAcluCO, Bv-ot, B, Arrived! J. B. Btet- hiii, Km li'-li" r "'t u '"(- N.i'atian. P.illivll Mailt W ttia. UoMoiiilu. lintwt'i'S of Intellect, New Tork Times: 1 Th danners of the hlnlier education sre not often exnoHe.l so naksdiy a in th ca of an F.ust Hide mother, who wrote th fi-iltowlng letter to the ttmcher of her boy; i "I'leiine do nut ttush Tommy too herd, for fi much of hi biane Is In- telleck lli-'tt he ountit tu be held hack tt good ileal, at h will run to lulellei'k eiiltlelv, and I do Hot desire it. to iilcns.i hold htm hdrk ns to keep his luteiim-k from getting blotter thit hi body, and Injuring him. for life,H llaSTiews. NEW PLAY NEEDS TRIMMING DOWN Oddie LOVf tS Brilliant, jl , t? v auu i-iuuu. pary PUdSe GotllCL7TI?8 rAri- CnOVV PdStC A Wetite. a a. Tx. fj.x t .1 ""i A-utcei usi neiunut in Rubaiyar' Play. BT 1TEXRY CITRISTEES' WARX KClt Art oftpn runniro. .n o-cf ouen requires an angel, es- t"fCla.Uy when it manifests Itself In feminine guise. Placing art UDon a paying basis was the thirteenth labor ,vii, tt ..... wh!ch Hercules never performed. In the drama, art and money often clash with the result that both votir in hittov hi.i.- -- -.v,.. iuuuc, tun an wiae apart in ; the show business, and they nrobablv never succeeded In separating them seIves mora completely than In the caso of "Sadie Love," a new comedy in three acts, hv Avtrv TTf.n-r.rif which hurl tta tninoi nn . V11 hvad Ua Initlal Performance at me Burbank yesterday afternoon. So oroaa is the nature of this comedy that until It has tinri th. ns,fi,nif,. . . "" lOr ctlmrnarlntr i- V,H.,1 V, i.vr. ., ,v buuuiu tie iei:ommenaea ror adults only. There are,-perhaps, two reasons why It appears at the Burbank and not at the Century. One is that Mr. Morosco saw It fli-ee .4 , V. .11 i. . , " uuier la trial rne cleveI" Owner Of the Burbank. who Is now etarting that house upon its Seventeenth Vnr linilae hln Sl.ail. knew t Vint '"?ort). T .ua" v.i , . f," 3" at ,, baa'6 Love belonged to me White llfthtS of that far onstev-n Broadway and mnrl lin nl mlnri send it there. ' " " w . it Is not Just clear to me whether j. Khoiilrl ho tilnvaj i ..,n ,:o: " ' Vi V ' . , , , Z1 """ieiu.ee at rl ;i ix-n nr vs'tinttinn .v,.. iv i aonr-iiiuie ai ljuaiiigni; ana disperse r- "" iwu tumuiia, wun me expurgated ex ciusiveiy ior evening use, -Ia all probability, the present edl tIon "' voluntarily hold a much needed session With a nrlvatai Virmrrl refined. vr.i. ,,u c.rr..,, i , vv much surgery Is reflUlred. the knife must spare the sparkle of the Piece, because it abounds in lines of cleverness, which promise great things of their brilliant young RUthOF, "Sadie Love" Will Win New York, if ,or no otner rea8on than ItS ObvioUS neM- Mr- Belftsco has labored too . . , long to bring New York an appetite IOT the ODViOUS, not to have them Wei .. v, ei.u r, e i.e.ji. t ..ii . . come the froth of Sadie L-ove as an avalaticne 01 mirth. Riiph rrnvino- haansaV a vaatn E,uc" . raving DespeaKs a taste SO spoiled that Only anchovr paste or rnvtnr will nssimllntn Out Weat vv i,..,. v. . iinw a. niiiei onai imt-en until e uiiuieir witn at least a variety or rteauty and sense along with the rest of our meal !rivtuniiri ta-IU luta nis effanoa a, I v ' "r-3 " .... . , I will require much Softening before the 1 very jouns; rouiu rMi't w yunii lium i too muon or tniS sort or ruii. MV tn ... ... fj,.,!. i .u. - - . v dialogue of the piece, is that it so freouently resorts to the line of some thing being "much too much." It is no condemnation of Los . Angeles if some of us feel that "Sadie Love" is a little too much for us. We are smart out here, but are not yet ripe for such fast company. Of course. Mr. Morosco knows New York and knows what "Sadie Love" has to offer that city, and every actor if neomlnanca wTiri wltnpaserl the npT- Tormance yesterday, seemed confident that the big eastern metropolis would devour the production. "Sadie Love" Is a pretty girl, who has been married for three hours to n Italian prince, when the countess with whom he has broken. In a fit of ploue. comes upon the scene and In sists upon Including herself In their honeymoon. Here enters Jim Wake- lev, a married friend of Sadie Love who wlshps h had married Sadie In stead of his wife. He also enlists for the honeymoon. Then follows Jim's wlfsi and the man who wants to marrv her as soon as Jim can be divorced and they want to Join the honeymoon I excursion. Appreriatlon of the nlot hi - - - . . . -. ... .... how quickly the aiirllence can undr- l.t.nd thnt fh Iwn hlari.ta.ai-t. l. , Piny ere the temperament of the poetic prince and the Jealousy of Sadie Love ho --,-.,- ,ov( w,h ht. i intin riiyunjr. SERIOUS SID-, When you consider how minv per sons live messy lives, never hreakinor eienn at any point and riwrvs engrnr- ing in some new enterprise of the af fections before they hftve finished with I . . . ' I the old, you befovne serloii about the nonsense of "Sadie Love" In thnt IlKht you realize thnt "S.tdle Love" has for Its basis, something pro foundly fundamental. This mlxln of mntrlmonlal lpi'llnatlnns Is not merely the plrtiireitie and kindly Im pulsiveness of en itnllnn prince, but sn Incrown inentnl mnlftdy, which threatens lo mrike divorce, to quote Avery Iiopwood, "a national move ment." As I have nlrendy lntlmsted. thern mlirht bo two versions of this pHy. one for the conventional and provincial snd the other for rltln that have no mental er moral speiom"ters. There would bo no particular offense In this Play if so many titles did not suffer rrnm rt Blf ... t . Other nnnil, slok conscience, but on the would such a piny draw If It were not for this almost unlversa affliction? In nil of his life Mr. Morosco prob ably never succeeded In casting a pi tv better Rt the start, yet I would fee Ilk inspiring hi arrest f.ir contrllmt Ing to the dclinrpienry of art If h- I retained Mnrjorle namheriu in the role I f ul end csprible an emotlonitl ectress ny Con.e.ly rart would be iko fnnatlon. No comedy, could be litre enough, or brlrht enough to Justify this waste of tit lent so precious. Mis UaiTibeaxi scores Rn trt'stlc triumph In the llfthtness with which she essays Mil entirely amusing role, but every minute of Murlorle Tlnm- bemi away from th rn"t pretentious and serious drama Is distinctly a Ins to in stage, it is nw wni-n. in my mind, no other youn: American worn I sn, excepting Kiel I'erguson, can pos slbly reulsee. I JJke Mnrjort Ttdmheau In "S:u!!. Love" a grent deal, but I rrgrvt her la great de"I more. A wom.in of her power bi-liings so liitlrh to the world that we have fl rltibt ln protest this I illsptAcoment. Otto ilii not ue rm nun balls for th1 tumbling of ter) pitiw. Number of words, all set to t!ines ef swectctit trttle,' could not over- - -.1 " "'I,,. S''. Oliver Morosco, Who is celebrating the beginning ot, hig seventeenth year ia charge of the Burbank theater this week with a' new plaj. From an unknown place, the Burbank has come under hia management to be one ot the well-known stock houses of the country. rats the Quality of Pedro de Cordoba' Italian prince. His Latin fervor sweep everything before it. His artlstla ecstasy throws its glamour about the entire performance. He is the master of tensity. True, he wears black socks in the first act, but perhaps the audience needs that touch of mourning to catch up with the ardor of hia petulance. , Such good faith and such excep tional interpretation merit a vastly better vehicle. Just as I feel that perhaps this glimpse of Miss Ram- beau In something too light will only emphasize her exquisite shading1 in parts of power, so I trust the real worth of De Cordoba will be discovered in his remarkable creation of a pass ing character. EYanltln Underwood, always so pleasant in personality and agreeable In the atmosphere he creates, is warmly received in his intelligently humorous Jim Wakely, and Miss Elliott, Miss Bryson and Miss Tra-vers present their respective roles with smartness. Majestic. ; J As for "Omar, the Tentmaker," my heart refuses to believe the faults that my brain knows It to contain, ejid , my ears are closed to its too clamorous declamation that my eyes may dwell upon its melting loveliness. The return of Guy Bates Post to the Majestic last night In this pictorial rhapsody, dug from the crumbling tombs of time, with the dew of morning roses found on it. was to me an experiment amounting to the most delicate of hazard as delicate as trusting the moon to revive the poignant happiness of an old love where pale years have paced between With silent fruitlessness. That the Rubaiyat lives In the light. deathless In song, I knew, for thia the centuries have proved, but wheth er the fabric of so delicate a fancy as Tully's play could Btand the test of a second year's review, I questioned deeply. Somehow I had come to thinK or It as a dream that might live for each of us only the once. This time, however, I liked it bet ter than before, for I found myself reconciled to the haste and the note which aSeem necessary to compress so much of atmosphere and acting within the narrow confines of a stage. What strueJk me last year as artificial and overplayed seems now a legiti mate bridge to help us span the dis tance, from Persia to the West, Many will object to the literal In terpretation which author and actor have placed upon old Khayyam and the grape. Well, Omar waat no priest. but onlv a poet whose speculations about priests were none too flattering It is obvious, yes. yet how eine might we dramatize a song from the Invisible? Heskles, the? quatrains held the barbs of skepticism that still must prick the skin of dnma at a thousand points. Their author raised hia lusty voice to question where the priests of old assumed to know. Ills objections were sot forth like sturdy elsns of mental health, lie dared all or.icles and his profanity has long since met the sanction of so many hearts that now It parses for a sacrament. Of course, the prologue is the poem of this play. It is the soft, white splendor of the pleading moon, the breath of roses and the cry of strings as If the viol and the fountain's drip were one. Here Khayyam steals forth in the night tvlth his buloved In mad secrecy. Now this is sin, but to such purpose set, thnt sin In secret flowers in the Hunt to such a nobl end as to absolve and Mess the wrong beginning. This Is not Borililptry, for In this strt we have the full "f mm through human love snd by such love, when purine'!, man. reai'hos to redemption. In the second act. I am prone to regret the arllilce of the darkened stage nnd the clumsy tJeTlck by which Mr. Tost Is whirled through space to sit In Judsrrrent on the pnnslng stars, enl slo I deplore the tendency t" Avnrd thronttnes by which some members of Ms cast scent to reflect the m.inner of his reading. Si 111. whatever Its faults may be, the picture Is wnndrntts f tlr. and the story, while a trlile strolnetl. t points, stistiilns the interest end reveals mm-It fancy. Morfr-ort. "So Long, Lett-" creneil it tenth Mg week nt the Moroseo last filtrht with th iisurtl en parity house, and the tisiuil big advance :5e. "So Long lepttv" Is ne.u-ltiif lis hundredth rr frintiiiucv. mill pronilsu's to beet th famous "IVg o' My Heart" ran. htFlctly lrr-,h. rrhlladelplila Tubllc l.-lgnr:, A dairyman and farmer persimnilv applied to a town hou-Hkpeir for a, trsnnfer of her custom to himself. "I hear tint yen huf a lot of tlrouM wit dot cluiut tiuin of yours.1' he aM. "Yon ymi Rive ma yrior nirt'im iuut lete will be no tlrwM." ",re your i- bIw.ij fresh T nsheil tile AAOMtHII. "l'reh?" repcale,! th tosn Id In- ilinnni.t t"ne, "I-t me il.-U jou m ul. am, tU.( iu lien Dvfer lay u)llii.-.x but frei, rci." ,

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