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&Josr Ino - nUSINESS COLMMB. n*
TfjSgr W, Feventh. Tlrautlflll bnm« (
r Alii surrounding", day «nd evening
m " »»!wlor.!<. Call, write, phnna,
r. BROWNSnERQER. Bu»ln«s« Manager.
HOB ». Hill *t. Ilimlrnfed Cutsloglie.
■ SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA —
AND CBAHAIf SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
IMJ CIfAND AVC. I" ANOCLd. CAL.
Marlborough School for Girls
Mrs. Ueorgi A. Omwcll, Principal, linn yeut
epana Oct. I. 8«T«ral oeuraat of study. Bp*>
clal work In Art, History, Lltoraturt, Music,
«te. Csrtlfleats aimlt* to collegta,
Girls* Collegiate School
Adams and Hoover Sts. "ej/.SA IHO HOSAS."
neaiitlful home ami thoro-igh schooL MUa
Parsons, Miss liennrn. FrUclpala.
The College of Fine Arts U. S. C.
Is at beautiful Qarvanza. Painting, Brul|i-
tnrr, Designing, Illnstratlng. Arehltccturul
Drawing. Art Pottery, Metal Work.
LEARN SPANISH FROM EXPERT NATIVTS
teacher; special converßutwtinl classes In
commercial Siutnlsh; translations; sen us
now. CASTRO'S AOAPKMY OF LAN-
OIIAOES, 232 C N. Olive. Phone 1842.
SPANISH BY A CABTILIAN-$Ti MONTH, ~I2
lmsonsi single, $1. 6M H. OLIVE. Home 7884.
— _____ _ _ .
We. advertise a new list of unfurnished
HOUSES, COTTAOKS. FLATS nnd STORKS
every SUNDAY. If you wish an up-to-dato
list of such placos call at our RENTAL
JONES A RYDER LAND CO.,
Ground Floor. 218 'West Third St.
TO LET— MODERN 9-UOOM' HOUSE, CLOSK
In on Itunkcr Hill aye. Rent reasonable tn a
permalnent tenant. F. A. HUTCHINHON.
. 117 S. Hroajway. ;
FOR RENT— ONK OH TWO SUNNY ROOMS,
to adults, furnished for housekeeping,
grate, gas, bath; at 413 BAILEY STREET;
■ Brooklyn avenue car.
»18— THREE ROOMS, COMPLETELY FUR-
. nlshed. new, housekeeping, In new build-
Ing. 218 NORTH FREMONT ST.
TO LET-NICELY FURNISHED AND SUN-
ny housekeeping suite; range and sink. 218
X. Main, opposite Temple.
TO LET-MODEP.N FLATS— WATER HlliE.
$10—3 rooms, 204 N. Fremont.
$U-3 rooms, m N. Fremont.
118—3 rooms, 334 S. Figueroa.
$16—3 rooms, 334 S. Figueroa, furnished.
tl«-l rooms, 912 \V. First.
.. -»16— 5 rooms. 1018 .-W. -First. -i •
' SIS— 3 rooms, 201 N. Fremont, furnished.
$18-3 roms, 218 N. Fremont, furnished.
f:'O-iS rooms. 330 South Figueroa.
WIESENDANOFK. 221 Laughlln Bldg.
FOR $16 YOU CAN RENT THREE ROOMS,
completely furnished for houaokeeplng;
new; gas range, bath, phone; close In.
"334 S. FIOCEROA. Also 204 N. Fit 15-
$18— THREE ROOMS, COMPLETELY FUR-
nlshed, new, elegant, In new bul Mints";
housekeeping: phone, bath, gas range. 218
NORTH FREMONT STREET.
FURNISHED COTTAfiE-81X ROOMS AND
bath, 146 WEUT 2STII ST., between Main
) and Grand.
TO LET-FURNISHED 14-ROOM HOUSE ON
Union aye. Mandrln. Apply at 1202 W. 22ND.
Stores and Offices
OUR RENTAL DEPARTMENT HAS NUM-
. BER OF THE BEST COMMERCIAL LO-
CATIONS IN THE CITY— BROADWAY.
HILL, SPIUKG, MAIN AND LOS AN-
GELES STREETS. ALL SIZES UF
STORES AND WAREHOUSES.
SUBMIT YOUR WANTS.
■ - . - . ,■
, R. A. ROWAN & CO.,
zoo li. w. iii;li.m an.
FOR RENT-OFFICE, 412 CHAMBER OF
Commerce bldg. J. A. MORLAN & CO.
SCHIFFMAN DENTAt. CO.,
107 N. Spring st.— Painless extracting, filling',
' crown and bridge work, flexible rubber
plates. Pur* sold fillings, 'iDo up; all other
tllllngs, 600 up; cleaning teeth. GOc up; 22-
karat gold crowns and bridge work, $3; par-
tial plates, $3 up; full sets, $3, Open even-
ings and Sunday forenoons.
DR. BACHMAN, DENTIST. LATE OK MIN^
neapolls, is permanently located at 209-14
JOHNSON liLjDU., Fourth and Broadway.
fRANK~STEVENB. 824V J "¥ol7TTi~SPßl'N'Q^
FOR SALE— NEW AND SECOND-HAND
pianos, Including such well known makes
as Btelnway, Kranich & Bach, Estey, Em-
erson and other high grades. We ure ulho
agents for th« Ceclllan— "th» perfect pi-
GEO. J. BIRKEL CO..
345-347 South Spring Street.
. ATTO RN EYSAT-UAW
DIVORCE UW A BPECIALTY; ADVICE
fre*. No fe* without sucuens or In advanoa.
Call or writ* O. \V. COOK, (XI Utliimun
block, coiner Third and Spring. Opea every
VI VOIIOU LAWU-ADVICK If'Klia; NO rKti
without succeas; private. J. H. SMITH, lit
W Thlrtt st Room 311. tto4 p. m.
perlmentlng on myself I have Invented a
truss that will hold and not hurt. You
cun adjust It youmelf. Sand fur circular.
JAMES STOCKTON. 4«J 45th St.. Urook-
lyn. N Y.
I'IANOU SOLIJ ON EASY I'AYMENTS-
I'Unon if nt«, j at low ralw, A. (>. iiAHl>-
NKlt PIANO IIOUSi:, Ltd., lit Wlntton at.
Phont Black ttii. Horn* plion*. 81M.
UMBRELLAS AND GLOVE MAKERS
Funcinr To^ttATTitT?! trtr^XTToowSTN
lv daysi evtrythln* aold at half pile* on
account o( building b«lng lum iluwn.
Viubi'dla* re-cov*r«d. Icil 8. MAIN B'V.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
FEnnrARY it, iikb.
T. J. Iturlon «nd Isabella Hurton lo Jump*
Rutlcdgi., lot S. P. J. Brannen tract $1000
r. Vf. Mclntyrn to Ottnty A. Prolllnn, lots 1,
A 3 and 4, Mdntym tr»nt 110
Rdward c. Fnihilnt «n<l Kathryn M. Inilil-
Irift tn F. W. MMntyro. lot 7. Mlt-hoil trnct. slo
K. B. Jnhrrtnn nnd Ronn I. .Tohnunn to Wil
liam P, Kosnobfy, part of Ro Pant* <lfr
Tionn fviuifninn (formerly Tvna M<>s»r) and
Solomon M. Kaufman to Engen* Illschard,
lot 12, D*fiip« tmrt »10
fnlon Tnut and Rmlty Co. to Ella 1».
Soiilrpß. part lot r A W*l( Knd torrarp.,llo
A. W. Ilnllarl and .Tessloa K. Ballord to
Ixi« AmrelM nulldlng romimny, lot 7. Ki>ir
Margaret A. tlMpy to »>anil!< Hfckwlth,
that part nt Ro Hsn Paginal, beginning at In
t<>!-M»ctlon nf centrr llnr> of Mondnrinn utrcct
with crntor lln» of Kill nvenuo. south uli'iig
center lino of HIM trfllM 102.H.1 feet. M 0..» 1"
A. Oemmlll. lots M. R.". 7». US, I.M, Hii," IS2,
Ml, 162, 164, 1««, 181. IK2, 18.1, IS7, 188 and part
of lots 88 and 88. biork A, Lincoln avenue and
Fair Oaks nvenun tract $10
TVtJT L. I^irnon and Mary !,Bi-*on to Helen
Fotsch, lot 15. Peck* subdivision block M.
Snn Pedro >io<iO
Tlir,ma« t» Wimlwlne and Alnm. F. Wooiwln*
to Jacob Ixipw, lnt 18. block J, llormle Hrnp
trnrt .' fin
Uforge \V. Msxon anil Frnnc-en (*. Mnxnn to
Mrs. Domltlla Colin, lot 15 and part lnt 11.
Howlcy tract tin
lunmatlllft Cohn to I*. K. Stebblnn, pnrt block
IX Painter A mil tract $10
K. H. Edwards and Ware IT. Edwards to
Emms. 10, Little, lot 89, Mattlson High !.evel
Tablelsnd trnct $10
Jsmes B. Morgan an.l Mminn Irene .Mnrgnn
to Ira Phillips, lots 3. 4. 8. 7. 8. 2fl and 27,
block t, (t. W. Morgan's Syi-amore (Irme
tract ■ |io
Irn. Phillips tn James K. Morgan and li'na
Morgan, part nf lots 17 and IS. Pnrk Villa
t'not N" MO
Frnnk R. Strong. Penrl Strong, Harry Jaok-
Ins and Alice Jarklni to Hoard nf Church Ex
tenplnn Ot t'nlted Presbyterian Church of
North America, lots 12. 13 and 14. Strong *
nivkln«fin'H West Washington street tract. .slo
William li Jerman «nd Harnh M. Jennan to
Wllzahelh Slma, lnt 4. subdivision of tracts
4 and S, Nlemeyer estate .110
■Willis (i. Hunt, exerutor nt f state nf W. 'II.
Allen, deepened, tn W, It. Jamlsnn-Part de,.
tlnn 2, township 8 nnrth. rang- 1« «i-i>t....».V)
I-ierman C. Ilroneo and Mary Ilronro to Lucy
Lj-nch-Lot 1, Mock It. Oarey's Park Villa
Lucy Lyni'li and (Sporgc Lynch to L. K.
Thompson-Part of lot 1, blnck 11, Onrey's
Park Villa tract $2r>oo
Sophia W. Kdllnif and P, f>. Edllng tn Jnmes
U(.blnson-I-ot 13, nrooks & llultner's subdi
Clara. H. Carpenter and i*hnrl<>s fl . Carpen
ter to Aurora Carl In— P«it lots 2 and 3. block
S4. DUhdlrlslon of Itanrho Provldencla & HiM)lt
Madeline. JI. Conrey Bhd Wilbur V. Conrcy
to Harry A, I>ornian— liOt 04, dill-Held
James A, Smith, Hessin J. (Vintner nnd Jay
O. Smith tn Henry Johnson— Portion or sect lon
2». township 3 south, vange It west $6M>
Anna R. McConncll to liornnrd McKone-Ij>t
10. blnck 10, Park trnct $27,",0
li 1.1. Wardner and Fannie, Wardner to Etta
Tind<l-I/>t 33, J. Kills' Colorado street subdi
Anton G. Williams and Eureka f. Williams
to Mary C. Smith and Nettin nulhrle-Por
tlnn of lots 7 and 8, Stephenson Heights
Ollvo M. Armstrong, llattle A, llnrnes and
Oeorgc I* Armstrong to S. D. names— Lot 2,
block 3, I* J. Hose's subdivision l.iuniimlii
Hattle A. Tlnmes (xnmetlmes known ns llat
tlo H. Barnes) to S. D. names— Lot 2, block
3, U J. Rose's subdivision $1
Wilson H. lieatty and Elizabeth M. neatly
to Benjamin p. nrechblll— U>ts I) and 11. Pas
adena subdivision of block 8.1. T»ng Beach. .slo
Herman SchulU and Mary Schulti! to llella
M. Berlnger— J/>t 19, block D, Newell & Ra
der's subdivision $85(10
Walter C Berlnger nnd Hella M. Ilerlnger
to Mary SchulU— Lot 2.1, block T, West I-os
Herbert H. Oreenfleld and Mlnnla E.-Groen
fleld to P. W. Mlntliorn— Lot 2r., Hnrbcrt &
Butterworth's Cumberland tract; lot 27, name,
Charles L. Pinney. executor and trustee of
Henry L. Pinney, deceased, to Wltmer Bros,
company— Lot 2. Compromise subdivision of
block west of lot 1, block 38. H. 8 $1
Parah E. Cheney to same— Undivided one
half of lot 2, sa-.ne $10
Wltmer Bros, company to Charles J,. Pinney,
trustee of will of Henry Pinney, deoeased—
Undivided one-half lot 5, jame $1
Luelnda Baptist, James C. Hodges Bnd Clara
M. Hodgeß to Sai-dera. Baptist— Lot 120, Park
Villa tract ....,...,..,..^,.. ,;•.-.:.. $1
William B. Akoy and Lois R. Akey to San
ders Bnptlst— Same $10
Columbian Investment Co. to A. R. Klrk
wood—Lot 3. block 4. R. 4. Wllmlngtnn. ..slo
Florence Jane Helgoid and George H. Helgold
to Henry Qreenawalt— Lot !>, block 1, C. M:
Wells tract |10
Walter B. Thompson and A. Thompson to
n. li. IJay and Dora M. Day-Lots 48 and 4D.
La Mesa tract $10
Same to Dora M. Day— l«ot CO, fame $10
Title Insurance and Trust Co. to Noah
Outh— Lot 361, Central Avenue Homo tract
No. 2 $10
Mrs. Laura Cadwallader to Charles W. Ev
ans— Lot 28, Fnrd tract $10
Pearl P. Arbuckle to Katharine. Rhodes— Lot
7, Robert Marsh & Co.'s Florence Heights
Katherlne 11. (Iroesbeck and Charles B.
Qroesbeck to Margaret H. Fowler— Lot 28 and
part lot 29. blnck 2, Wadsworth & Hollister
Anna C. Phillips to Margaret 11. Fowler-
Lot 27 and part lot 26. block 2, same tract.. slo
Mary H. Dallle and S. G. Bailie to Eleanor
A. Wolfe-Lot 43, Mattlson's High Level Table
land tract iflO
W. E. Tyler and Kdna M. Tyler to Court
Levl-Part lots 2.'> and 28. Culver's Roxhury
Park tract $16
T'nlon Trunt and Realty Co. to Kmma L.
Burns-Lot 4, Belvedere Heights trnct.... slo
Mrs. L. M. Hambrlcht to Mm. Seraflna Tnp
peiner—Portion of lots .37 oml 3i, Judann
tract : $10
Henry L. Bergen trrrr. K. Smith— Pint lots
3 and 4, Dayman tract $-"iw
Mai-y E. McUraw to S. Edith Hadley Ed
wards—Part section 27. township 2 souih, ran«e
H west $10j
Charles Franklin Muthew's and Lucy V. Ma
thews to KrederUk A. Powell und Jennie N.
Powell-I^)t It, block A. RliCKlns' Bros.' sub
Oolden State Realty Co. to Kate Ouiney—
Receipt and contract on cale of iwrt lot 4.
Flower's subdivision .S4OO
William Sanlsbury and Annln Miles Sauls
buiy to C. C. Kellam— Part Rancho Laf Cl
C. C. Kellam to I'nion Trust Co, : of l.os
Angeles— Seine property a« ahnvq *W
Edwin McOuire to Tavallo S. ; Pratt-I^otu 18
and 22, Stevens Homo tract. SI"
Alexander Hell to Frances C. Majon-Pait
section 12, township « south, range 12 west. slo
Satliu Shairr.'r and lOniiim M. Shailler to
Andree S. Little-Lot 20, block A, Hall traot.slo
A. M. Allen. A. R. Allen, F. A. Allen und
A. M. Smith to Guy L. lliirdi»nii- I'ndividcd
one-elKhtll inleivMt 111 purt section 7, township
4 north, range 15 we5t. ...«.., Vi
M. E, Williams tn lluy I* llai.lwi.il-Ciull
vldi-d one-elglitli Intertlt In part section 7,
tuwnalilp 4 north, rangu 11 w»«t :...»."»
Title Insurance and TiUMt Co. to Ijeon I.
Hweat-LutH 13 und H, Simtli Park venue Huiiih
tiact '•■•••• $1«
LawiTiu-e Holmes und lOmiiia Holmes tn
Halt l, ulie Oil Co.— Lota 7, 8. » and Hi. block
3. I'oni-roy & Mills' HiilidivlKlmi of Ilollenheck
tract : s:,o
Same lo niiiii- Ijiih 12. HI. 11. US, Hi and 17.
bicok 11. Pomeroy & MIIIm' huljillvlsiuii |IO
Edwurd A. HulTmun and Mary B. Hoi'i'mihii
to M. O. Treinaiii, lulu 7, 8 und 11. Huii'iiimi
Adolph F. Ituiich and Maggln A. Itauuh
tn Mrs. A. Dana, purt Ito l_n I'leiiega.JNOOU
J. F. Murks and NVttiv Clark to Mary
Smith, lot 38.' block :i. Old Olapp orchard
STEAM. GASOLINE. ELECTRIC—
331-333 South Main. l'lionu Muln 732.
In tlio superior court of Hie state of Cal-
ifornia, In and for the county of Loa
Augelqx, Blows Jaiißi'adovUih and l-'lnrlu An-
tonovlch, plaint Iffs against L.iiils.i V. Sex-
ton, el al, dttfunUanta. Action brought In
th« superior court of the stat* uf California,
lv andjfor the county nf Lus Angel«», und
the complaint Hied in said county of Loa
Angeles, la lha office of the clork of uulil
superior court. Tho peppl« of the statv of
CalKorniu ttnd Ki'«etln« tv: LouUe V. Bex-
tou, I'ully Ann Inslua, Itlcliard llo« and
Charles Ingles (sued herein us John Due)
d«f«lidauts. You ur« lii'i'eliy dlruutad to
appear and aimwvr the voinplaljit in an ao-
tlon entitled us abovu, brought against you
in the superior court of the county of Lou
Angeles, utat* of California, within ten
(tufa utter th« avrvlc* on you o( tm s biiiu-
muns— if served within thl» county; or with-
in thirty duya If aervccl «l»»where. Ami
yuu arv lunliy notllKil that uiilcus you
appear and huhvkt u« above required, the
aald plalmlff will take Judgment fur any
money ur d^magva dsmaiided in tho com-
pUlul, u» ui'Uln, upou I'oiilrni't, ur they
will apply lv tho ruurt fur any other re-
lief demund«d tv the ttuiiipmnit.
lilveu under my hand uud Ilia w«l of
tlm superior court uf Ibe vuuiuy o( Luu
Angeles. Mate. i>f I'lillfoiulu, this nth day
uf Nuvumbvr A. U-, \'W<-
. <?■ O. KBYKH, Clerk,
By 11. K. lliKulns. Deputy CUrk.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1905.
Christopher ('. champion »fi<i .lennln T.
f'hnmplon to Will V. UonM, lot»S »nd 0,
M^rk 12, Klynlnn Hi>l«hf» tract *1
O. 1,. Crannhiiw to O> M O<llon, lot 7,
bine* 2«, ir'ontrol Arlington HHirht' >lit
Wnltcr n. Thompson and A. Thompson
Allen V,'. nillnitton 'to' TV. !.. Tnilt't.'psrt
lots 1» ami 21, t>«tt!>r«on tract $1"
It, block S, . Brooklyn Helgnt*, Oa'nshl
William X Hold to Chester .1. Williams,
part lot 2. J. ,T. Hullln tract »10
. Sftinrt to frtnif, ■ pnrt lot 2, »l. «T. huima
ll»nry .1. fttevpnx ami Moreno R. Steven*
tr. Morris T.O wen*, lot 17. bloc* !t, Bhort
Line neneh subdivision No. 1 11l
ttociomin Imp. Co. lo r«u«tlno A. 8llv*r«,
lot. :14. Mock 179, Retiondo beach II 1 '
B, 'M. Tenney and W. R. Tenney to Cal.
bank, lot :.. Ttlsnell* subdivision 120
Augustine <'amphell-.Tohnatnn to Mrs. Let
tie- C ninnchnrd, lit 4, Mthmlalx tract.. llo
t'hnrie* A. Smith ami Pnnhla fl. fmlth
to John H. Tto«s nnd F.llxabeth Ross, lot*
I and 2, Keystone tract 110
Alphonso I!. Hawkins, Mattle M. Haw
kins. Arthur H. Ive* and Agnes M. Tves to
John M. ftnvder, lot S, Mock 2s, '■".
T.. A »2000
T,. It. J'asKmore and Selma 0, Pansmnr*
In 11. i, I. mil. i 1 1,. 1 d. lot 44, Strung R Uleklli
kefl'M MAple me tract 110
Kmnmiel Lewis ami F.mnnii-1 I.ewls In
vrstment Co to Kllznheth. «\ Hprngue, lot
7 .ami s. block A. I.ewl* tract / II
Andrew T,. Hmllh "nil Nannie t* Smith
to Je.xsle F,. Frits, part lection 2». » H
II W »l»» 1 '
William c. Try lo lualiel Ijiwrenee-I^it 9.
block .",, tjemon's tract $10
Mary O. TSonhysliell, E. !•. noebyshell, Klsle.
M. tlrwliynhPll to Henry Ornffen-Hlocks S", «2
and 7!>. and pßrt b(«k M. lands of Han Gabriel
1 mprovrni ft nt * "n, ,.,.,.... flioi*
Mary (I. Mnshy*hp|| and K. P. flosbyshell to
.Tohnnn Itelfei— Part block M. same JI2BO
Nowpll I). Dnrllnglon to darn M. Monroe—
Tjots 12 mvl 22. Hirbert * tl-itterwoith's Ad-
Hma street tinet $10
\M\irn Young nnd David M. Vming to Mary
Ilellmr— Ty>t 1«7. Ford trnet $10
nexter C. flates and Tarrl* R, flates to Clar
ence .1. Taylor-Uit 13. block 7. Daman &
MlMard's subdivision of Slimy tract $10
Title Insurance nnd Trust Co. to Julius Ooot
■ml Mnllle niMit-T/>t IH, Houth Park Avenue
Ffome trnct No. 2 $19
\V. P. Htevpns snd r-lara PtPvens to I-ols
Tftber-lot «. block 128. resiibdlvlslon of po'
tb.n.H of Alamltos tract ami Alamltos lleaeh
r", R Bha\v and Hannah K. Sliaw lo Kftle U
Tllley— l^it 1», Park tract subdivision of Ala
mltos tract .110
Thomas Jeeves and Ida V. Jeeves to M. E.
Carroll-Lot 8, Jeeves' irnet UuO
Hi-met l<nn.l Co. to Mary Agnes rnrrull-
Tvits 16 nnd 17. Columbia tract :....islo
Patrick Krancls McOovrnn nnd Klliabeth
McOowan to .t. lnabcl Hnydcr-Part lots 8 and
n. Wallace Bros,' subdivision $10
Same to Judith A. frensliaw^Part lot 8.
MallKce llros. 1 subdivision JlO
Fred P. Plnkneyiand Jessie l'lnkney to C.
K. Tlnwley— Uitn V. and P, Iliiiiunn Rddillon
to Monrovia $10
IT. a. Ijtage to F. F. i^-wls— Assignment of
all Interest In contract of snip- of lots IS and
ID. block 11. KluilcbHekr addition $1
Italia I. Cook to John Vllllngei— !,ots 23 nnd
24. block 3. Richmond tract addition No. 1..5M0
Adele stonemnn to Harriet McCord Allen-
Part lot 11, Los Hollies park $10
Leila M. Trwylor and John A. Traylor to
John S. Klnnan-Part tot «, rialbralth &
Thomas' tract .....$t
Ahrnm S. Jones. Annie Jones and Ssmuel
1!. Commander to Joslas J. Andrews— l/Dt 5.
block A, Martin tract $10
Oeorgn Hurst and Mary .1. Hurst to Joslah
Fisher— Lot 28,1, Central Avenue Homo tract
No. 2 ...; : ■.....■ $4M
E. !■:. Mellette and Frances E. Meliette to
n. W, Kersey-Pait lot 12. V.' Ueaudry suVidl-
Tlslon of block IT. Mott tract .S'JOO
Kmanuel llßmesbnrger ami Mary I* Bamea
heiKer to Harry Cl. Spotswood and Ralsy
Spotswood-Lot 10, block d, Menlo Park sub
division No. 3 .$231V0
John H, Webb to Manucla Sourell-Lot 6.
block X, Workman park tract $10
Huntlngton I^nd and Improvement Co. to
Mary Horgan— l>ot 40. block 1, Park place. .slo
William Cowan and Belle. Cowan to Osa
Plrtlo— Part lot 12, Curtis' subdivision $10
A. W. Bannlst-r and J. V. linunlster to
William S. Castleman-Lot 8, block 1, Holly
wood Ocean View tract No. 2 $2100
R. W. Polndexter and Madeline R. Poln
dr-xtcr to Dr. J. S. Mitchell, lot 20, Verano
W. F. Poor, Annie A; Poor, Sanford C.
Wing and Llla B. Wing to Emma M.-Wag
goner, lot 18, Cortelyou & Whltcomb
William D. Curtis' and Mary 1,. Curtis to
Mrs. Delia M. Curtis, part section 20.
8 N. 16 W $5
■ Oscar Runyon to John F. Bissett, agree
ment to convoy lot 2, block A, Clement
lot 1. Miller, CarteV & Frosts "siib.. '.. .$lO
Lucy F. Richardson and W, H. Richard
son to Malhew T. McFadden. lot 19, block
7, Electric Railway Homestead aas'n $10
Mrs. Julia M. Thorn and Paul C. Thorno
to John B. Rushnell & C0., 10t 3, block «.
Oak Hill Park tract $157
C. C. Knight and Myrtle Calder Knight
to Rufus Wlllard, lot 1 and part lot 2.
Mary F. Burton's subdivision $10
E. T. Parke and Emma A. Parko to
Arnold Armstrong, lot 35, block B. Shafer
& Lanterman's nub. of Montague tract... (lo
Land Improvement association to Mrs.
Estelle Johnston, lot 1, block 67, Alamltos
Beach townslte $10
Abbott Robinson and Holen .L. ' Robinson
tn Mrs. Florenco B. Jones, lots F and O,
block 140, Santa Monica $10
Jennln E. Hathaway to J. E. Suits, lot U,
block 96. Santa Monica $M
John Weber and Eltso Weber to I* A.
Smith nnd H. A. Smith, lot 4, block B,
Park place $io
C. L. Bundy. Nellie Allen. John A. Stan
wood and John A. Stanwood, trustee to
Nora Klrkwood, lots 28 and 29, block Q.
Ocean Park Villa tract No. 2 $10
William S. Vawtor. Sarah M. Vawter, J.
O. Hteele and Elizabeth A. Steele to Nettlo
Baldwin, lot 41, block E, Crescent Bay
William Jumes Simpson und Eliza Simp
son to William Henry Pilling, lots 74, 75. 7C
and part lot 77. block B, Riggins Bros.'
Anna C. Ottuuou and Albertlna Maria
Wahlstrom lo Eureka Erickson, lot B.
blcck X, Uayton Heights tract $10
Joseph I). Connor to T.lly May Nelson, lot
84. Angelus Vlßtn J2DOO
Golden State Itnalty Co. ' to J. K. Mille
part lot 20. Eberle Villa tract $17'»
Harriet R. Moor to Orlando Moor, lots
5. 7, 40. 61, i; 7. 68, 69, TO. \2» and 179, Liu
coin aye. and Fair Oakse aye. tract $10
ltobert I. Pierce to Edwin M. White, part
lot 2, Webster & Slrattnn's subdivision ... $10
FUNERAL OF MARIE M'ELROY
IS HELD AT REDLANOS
Services Over Actress' Remains Con.
ducted by the Local Lodge
Special to Tho Herald.
RUDLANDS, . Feb. 12.— The funeral
services of the well known uctress, the
late Marie McElroy, were held this
afternoon In the Rohrer-l.'ourtuer un
dertaking . parlors under the auspices
of the local Klks fraternity. It was
a quiet funeral. The Rev. Mr. Welch
of the United Presbyterian church,
officiated and a sextet composed of
male voices furnished the music. The
remains were taken to Hillside ceme
tery for burial.
An exchange, of pulpits whs effected
this morning, among the churches com
prising those which will participate In
the coming revival cumpaign. Three
churches ure enlisted- In the cause.
The basket ball match which took
place In Pomona yesterday afternoon
was the last of the series of infci
scholastlc games and resulted In, the
following score: Kedlands 47( Pomona
8. Itedlands now holds the cup and
Is the champion team of thin district.
The contest between the girls' basket
ball teams of Pomona and Redlands
resulted In the defeut of the latter, the
score standing 28 to 13.
Sl'X AMI S.N4HV
Humrtliiif* IM» tlu- lluir to <m.
In' any chung«abl« climate th» liuir Is
apt to becomo brittle and to break on*
stubby here and there. This makes a
hatr dressing almost v necesHlty, ««poclal-
ly to ladl'f. In udliik a hair dressing why
not get the bent, ono that conildnea with
It the eiik-li'iicy In kllllnK the dandruir
ic«rni. the K^riu lhat >'uih tho hair off at
Hi.- roola, cuuvlng what is called falling
hair, and In lima baldness. Nowbro's "iier-
pli-ido" la that kind uf v lialr drowlng. You
have no ldeu how rlollghtful your scalp
will foul, anil liuw ►i.vIUIi your hair will
iipiicur, afttr an apullctttluu or two of llerpl-
cUfe. It U rertalnty n wonderful linu.va-
tlon a» a walp anllwrvUo and hair dimtlng.
Suld by leading dru£«l*U. Send 100 In
Biuinps for hunipli' lo The lUipli'lilu t'u.,
STOCK Of DRIED GOODS BE
Jobber* in the Seaboard Picking Up
Odd Lota— Eggs Not Over.Plen.
tlful— Butter Taken by
Kastern Jobber* arc Inquiring for
coaat fanned goods ,,iml negotiations
nre roportod pending; on lots for
prompt Hhlpment, th*> rpnl fPHture of
last week's biisliiepn having developed
In the canned fruit mnrkft. On Frl
dny nnti Saturday was noted a con
sldernble Inrmlry for California r>xtrn
standard ponchos nnd nprloots. Thorn
Is nnlrt to bp no stock of those goodn
on the spot In the grade wnnteil except
whut Is held by Jobbers, nnd tlirun they
need for their own trade. The Inquiry
therefore Is directed to the coast,
where the supply remaining In ean
ners 1 hands is small. Negotiations are
understood to he pending on a num
ber of lots for prompt shipment which
may result In buslnesH provided sellers
allow the required percentages of these
goods In the assortments which they
Insist upon buyers taking hb a .con
dition of selling to them any peaches
whatever. The prices quoted on extra
matiiliinls In these frultH for prompt
shipment from the coast are f1.83 for
peaches and $1.25 for apricots. The
limited offerings and strong views of
holders restrict business In gallon ap
ples, but the latter are indifferent sell
ers at the quoted prices.
DHIED FRUITS STKADY— In com
mon with all brnnches of the Log An
geles Jobbing trade business in dried
fruits Is within narrow limits, owing
to cold weather, washouts holding up
trains and the general bad roads In tho
country districts. The effects of these
conditions are most pronounced In the
country districts, the demand from
which is reported to be unusually light.
...bout the only buying now being done
Is against the actuul wants of the local
and nearby distributive trade. Never
theless there is a generally steady
tone to the market, as stocks of most
descriptions are not excessive. The
only decided weakness noted at pres
ent Is in connection with spot raisins.
Imported as well as California kinds
are affected by the prevailing dullness.
Among jobbers It is reported there is
some pressure to reduce their holdings
of Malaga fruit, which 'has resulted
in resales at prices understood to be 10
cents to 15 cents below original cost
to the sellers. Coast seeded raisins on
the spot are neglected and it is under
stood that in some Instances fancy
have been offered down to 6 cents. The
coast market, however, remains firm.
Peaches and apricots are quiet, j but
being In limited supply are firmly
FUTURE CORN TALK— In some
quarters it la Intimated that buyers are
not talcing hold of Maine future corn
with as much freedom as could be
wished for by packers, but the latter
seem to be well satisfied ■ with the
amount of business so far booked and
prospects for further business. Very
little demand is noted for either stnte
or western future corn; 'anil 'southern
futures, which also are somewhat ne
glected,, are unsettled, prices quoted
showing: a rather wide range, as to
seller. For the best shoe peg as high
as 75 cents is asked, while down to 60
cents is named as acceptable on some
brands. For Maine style futures the
range of quotations is from 63% cents
to 67% cents, covering quality and
brand. All of those quotations are f.
o. b. Baltimore or county factory.
Last week nothing new came to the
surface other than that reported in
The Herald In connection with spot
tomatoes. The market is fairly steady
on the basis of 62& cents f. o. b. Bal
timore for standard 3-lbs., with oc
casional offerings down to 60 cents f.
o. b. factory, but there Is little demand
from buyers in this section.
BUTTER OPENS ACTIVE— If the
close of the butter market on Saturday
is any criterion, when the .butter board
people were taking supplies from the
independent dealers, of what is in
store today, the market is unusually
firm. In fact, the board people want
to put prices up, but- the independents,
who say they have "lots of butter,"
will fight this idea to a finish. Fri
day's steamer brought in 13,891) pounds
of butter, but receipts yesterday also
were light and nb surplus remains.
All butter is cleaned up;
EGGS .AitE ACTIVE— On Saturday
the egg quotation committee of the
produce exchange left eggs tit -•■ cents.
What the price today may be depends
largely upon receipts. No eggs to
anything, commercially speaking, were
carried over. Another rather firm mar
ket is looked for today, and possibly
Cheese receipts are light. Demand
Is active and shipping heavy In all
directions.. Stocks are not large ami
eastern makes are unusually firm, Lo
cul cheese Is steady and unchanged.
POTATOES AND ONlONS— Stocks
of potatoes are large, but the demand
is fact depleting holdings'. Fancy Sa
llnus are said to be out, forcing other
grades into the fancy column.
the poor Colorado potatoes come lo
this market, the Reason should prove
a satisfactory one.
Onions are> firmer and the market Is
In better shape than In many weeks.
Receipts are light and demand is lim
ited to current wants, as the stock Is
too perishable to handle In large lots.
GENKJtAI, PRODUCE— PUh Is in
only fair supply.
No ducks are in and geese and rab
blts were scarce Saturday, The duck '
season closes Wednesday, February 15.
Poultry U scarce and firm, with
shipments of live birds from Kansas.
Kiißtern chilled are in good supply und
these make up the loss In local otl'ui-
Lobsters and crabs are both wanted,
the boxes are empty.
One carload of Ulendora oranges
came Saturday and jobbed at |I,£S@
1.50 a box. Packing und picking of
oranges has been resumed by runcheiK.
Peas from Thermal are held at 3 Val«'
4 cents and locals at SVi-M'/s cents.
Spring beans are 6'n 7 cents and more
Hummus are In fair supply and ojb
at SVfctfM cents a pound. Receipts this
woe); will be about eight carlaads and
prices may go up Vj cents.
Receipts of Product
The following articles were received
In Los Angeles on the date named:
Kit*, local cunon IT.i
I-:**!*, rmu'i 1 " »'#«*» None
Iliiiii'i'. l>ounda '. 88,8*1
(*lit>p»t>> i«mmlit l/ii 1 )
l'i»t»ti«'.t. IrlnU, wii'ku J.iltii
I "i lulims. l\v«rU, MukK jn
t »». iniiK Nuiu»
Hi-aim, wn-ki I
Local Produce Price*
Tb« followluf prloM iui» -v » JvVMo« wa»
in ill* !<ns Anytlva inßrkvt:
BJTTEH-- l'io<lue« »»oli«iiK» quotations
Fancy ullry crtumcry, lino; fancy roust ii<>,
»«»••; liuuy dalvy. rmv; chulc* dairy, 4.".m>
4 T > J i- ; fancy, California. Hilt. X'w, inU»<l
star*. ISii -i'h\.
KiitiS-Jlundi, I'uullcil, :«r Hat; nu cuetc-rn.
CHEBSB <a)l pft Ib.)— Northern. 14»
ISc; Anchor tlarge), local, 17e; Toung
America, 18c; n»nd-m«d<>, JBci «a«t(>rn
•Ingles, nwi>: dn twins, 14^i5c: flo ch«d
dnrs, 14e; do Stiltons, I4c; do longhornn, 14
»lie; .lo dftl»l»ft, ttwlnr: Bwlsa (domestlo),
l»Ci RwIM (Imported), »»C. ...,_.
nEANS (all per ib.)— Pink No. 1, $8.75<3i4;
No. 2, ii.ttfpi.lt; Hmft No. 1, $5: Lady
Wanhlngton Nn. 1, $».10©3.35; small whlt»
No. 1, $3.75; Onrvanins, $5; lintels, $7.60« M.
POTATOES (nil per 100 lbs.)— Early Rn««
Northern, $2.25W2.M; Salinas, fanny. $!.»»«
175; Salinas, chnlce, lI.aKWI.SO; Hlghlnndu,
fancy, »1.3«; Hlghlnndn, ejiolr*. lisoyi.jl;
Nevada nur»mnk.«. fsney, $1 3O»1.4O.
SWKET POTATOES— Reds, $1.50; tihltAS,
•'■cjAlffiTfufl-^f IM Iba,--Tel1o» Dm.
vf re ti or t "i* 1 rn ■ $ H W ft. ? S j AURtml inn brown,
$-301.26; "common. $2.75; Colorado Dan
vers, $3; Nevada, fancy, $3.25.
POULTRY (per dn«en)—Ol<l roosters. $4
fM.SO; old hens. $siff«; young ronjters. $« 8»
Ot 50; broiler!". $3.50®4.00; friers, $:.«•;
turkey*, alive, p«r Ib., 136340 ; ducks, allr*.
Ifi'uS; geese, ll<:.<<.
CKRICAL OOOUS-A; f.1.0w.^ -
A-l flour IJ-W ♦ I '
llnnn.uet finur • J>
Punrv dour l.n
Faxtern graham .... 3.45 8.40 1.81
Eautern whole wheat 3. 45 1.40 1.81
Urshnm flour TSI 1.4S 1.44
Corn meal W. and V ISO MS Mi)
Whole wheat Hour.. 3. t0 Mis 110
n>'( flour 7.71 3.7.1 a.r,
Tracked whent 3.44 3. 35 |.|l)
Psrlna $.4) 1.35 B.U
Wheat flakes p»r cn*e uf 3« 3-lb canons.. 3.M
nn pVf Fin-k r.f TO bs i.j.i
on per Md. of 12.". ml, net i.i«
1R; choice, $|.-,«|f|; N0.'»,'«14; airair«."^ll.' ' '
KHIHTri AM' H tilt HI fen — k.iiihiiin :nncy
Port I.lmnns. 9144J4C1 strawlirrrles, 12f/i:,c;
cranbeirles, fin a barrel.
CII'KIJS FlUllTM— Lemons, chol?e. $I.JOO
12 box: fancy. la.Jfi® S.fin hnx: nrnn»J«, na .
vel«, ILSOffIOO a box; extra fancy, $2.50.
VEOIJ'I'AIILEH,— Uesiid, stun*. V,i<Blh
Hi.; ix-iiiiM .war. 7', 2 'iiSi- Ib.: beets, Oiiii wi:
naclt; caulllluwt-T. biiMfiuc dozen; e«l«rr,
'ancy. 80c dozen; nhlles, evnnnfaled, 13c
Ib.; egg plant, 708 c 1t,.; frarllc, 14c Ib.j
lettuce, 20c rioicn; lettuce, $i.m snek; pcfls,
TiUHu Ib. ; spinach, Sl/c dozen; turnips. BJO
UHAIN ANI> FEED (all per 100 lbs, net)
— Wheat, $1.70; wheat, 100-lb. sucks, $1.7,-,;
corn, 11.46; cracked corn, $1.:,n; feed meal,
$1.(6; bran, heavy. $1.20; rolled barley,
tl.a;.; oil uukt meal, cotton seed meal,
11. dr.; cnciaiiiit cakn, $1.65; phorts, $1.4 C;
oats, white, $1.66; Kaffir corn, $1.45.
Hri! Hour »2.75 U. 70 $2.»»
Crackud wheat 3.40 3.35 3.8P
Fnrino. 3.40 3.86 8.30
Wheat flnkeii. per ciiae nf 38 2-lb. car
Whent flakes, per sack of 6n ll, s 1.3S
Wheat flukes, per barrel of 12S lbs. net. 4.0U
Corn meal, W. <md V 3.40 2.86 2.30
EnMern whole wheat
flour 8.20 1.16 ,'l.lO
Enstern whole meal. 3.20 3.16 8.10
Whole wheat flour.. 3.10 - 2.66 3.60
LIVE STOCK — lings, per cut., $0.5007;
'.attic, per ml., $4(14.60 for prime steers:
$3.C0Q>4.60 for coin and heifers; calves. $4
(06; sheep, per head, wf.thers, $4.26©4.f0;
• wes. *:i>ui; lambs, $3rn>3.40.
OAME (per dozen)— Doves, $1ffl1.!5; cot
tontails. $1O1.26; wild gensn, $6@«.
11ONET (comb) -- Water white, 1-lb.
frame, 16c; white amber. Mo; amber. 13V&C:
Inyo county, 12V&c; extracted, 60-lb. cans,
NUTS — Walnuts, California soft. No. 1,
18@14c; No. 2, 8@10c; hard. No. 1, 10012 c;
pecans, polished, 14c; Jumbo, 16o; extra
large, HBlSc; medium, 12@13c; Brazil nuts.
14ialBc; filberts, 14ffll6c.
DATES— Persian Halowls. «0-lb. box, 6V4
©7c; 3-lb. packages, 7c; Fard, CO-lbs.. BHc.
APPLES — Quotations aro as follows:
Bellefleur »1.80 $1.40
Newton pippins 1.26 1.10
Wlnesaps 1.16 1.10
Lompocs 1.26 1.10
W W. Pearmalns 1.16 I.IJ
Bed Fearmalns 1.56 1.00
Ortenlngs 1.26 I.OD
LOCAL STOCKS AND BONDS
: 7 Bank Stocks
American National 108
Hroadwajt Bank and Trust C 0... 140 135
i Central 162 HO
Citizens 1 National 167
! rquliulile Savings Bank 130 ...
Farmers and Merchants' National 223%
German American 36i 40t
First National 810
, Home Having* Bank o( L,. A OB
Los Apgelea National 195 195
1 Los Angeles Trust Co 100 104
> Merchants' National 300 800
i Merchants' Trust tlo 88 100
. National Bank of Cat 160 200
Security Savings Bank 235 . ...
Southern California Bavlnes 260
1 Southwestern National 103 US
- State Kank and Trust 100 104
, Upton Bank of Savings 330 ...
1 >'•■■■ ,:•■■ Bonds
' Bid. Askrt.
Prlc?s include accrued Interest.
i Associated Oil 83 89
California rticjno Railway 100
; Corona City Water Co 100
Home Telephone 88 89
1 Edison F.lectric Co., Con !is& 101
' Luu Angeles & Redondo Ry. C 0... ... 10S
; Los Angeles Ist Con. Mtgs 100 103
Mission Trans. & V. Co 98,4
Pacific Electric Railway Co 105 M ■ ...
tit. Lowe Railway 98
Ontailo Dom. Water Co 103
Pacific Llnht and Power Co US'/i 83
Temeseal Water Co 100
United Electric O. & P. Co. .. 08 101
Pomona Con. Water Co »J
Riverside Light & Fuel Co 100
San Antonio Water Co 10»
Santa Barbara Electrlo Railway 105
Seaside Water Co 94 100
Phoenix Light £ Fuel Co 100
P.nnona ft Ontario v ft F. Co 100
Vlsalia. "Water Co !I8
Union TrnnvDortuUoii Co. 96 102
fiemn Park Water Cn 1011
Edison Electric, old issue 100U 103
I'Mlxuii Electric, preferred 70. 00 71.00
Kmeig.?ncy Hospital 40.01)
Homn Telephone 49. 00 01.011
Hume Trust 4!< . (K) 51.00
L. A. Jockey Club 108.00 111.00
Title G. * Trust pfd 113.50
Title I. & Tru«i Wil IM.W
Cal. Portland Cement to 17.00
Sun Drills Co 98.00
Pacific i Wireless Tel. Co ... O.OU
Associated oil .:!«
Central .i»l .OS
Fullerton Con 15 .28
Full-rtnn oil Wit , .32
Columbia 10 .28
rviitlnental 26 .28
lllo'lie U7V .»:l
Home (Whitlier) 70 !v..i
Mexican Petroleum 1« .::u
ollmhi 1.nn.l CO 07 i • ... :
Rie.l Crude 2. in S.r.
I'nlim Tv.OU 7L'.OU
t.nltfd Petruleum llti.'w lia.OO
Piru Oil Sr UitiO Co 14
Whlttier Con Oil 0| .OHJ
Western fnlmi 7o.uu
Piientt- Oil Co : SO
[West 1-ake OO'.i
' Mining Stocks
Cutte I.&Je l.*>.oi) 21.00
Ciioen Con 2C.73 ss.w
! J.-mw liclle 08
1 Nrvudn Chief o'i
I New Era OS .J2>i
Nevada. Keystone 2i .30
,'lihbuo WeM C U2!4 10
flulden Aikus 16.00
Verde Kl-.in U
Searchlight M. & M. Co H
Burn M. & M. Co co
IVnlnsuhi M. & U. Co 01 . ."i ■
Quartette ..; B. CO 13.00
HONOR MEMORY OF LINCOLN
Illinois Society to Hold Monster Cele.
bration at Ocean Park
gptclai to The Herald.
OCEAN PARK, Feb. I: I.—Ocean1 .— Ocean
P&rk is tonight ivstiiiK, in untlclimtlun
of the greatest day In her history.
I'liuin for tomorrow at this beach em
brace a Lincoln du'y celebration culcu
laled to attract 10,000 persons, and will
cost the community severul thousand
dollars. % ■
The arrangements are mostly under
the supervision of the Illinois society,
as that organization is tin- leading
spirit and the real promoter of the
affair, but the Ocean lark Community
league Ix responsible in no mnull
measure for the day's festivities.
Speeches by men of prominence ure
to be a feature of the afternoon.
A grand ball it ml supper will end the
It vkddcnu l>. t lv iiiiuk '.nut iukM ia nrar,
Aim! IlitU (VT lung duy'a lull l>" luvvii may
Pew Ili-art. she kIVJWi not Ibul Ik r ivpt'd* uf
To other liven we're wurcU nut nil In 'vain!
— Nullunul Mag-iulno fur January.
SERVICE HELD IN
PASADENA CHURCH CROWDED
TO THE DOORS
Dr. George T. Hamilton Who Fell
from Pasadena Car, It Dead.
Amateur Vaudeville at
114 KnM Colorado Street.
PASADENA, Feb. Yi— Filled to over
flowing wus the new nudilorlum of the
I'Mkn Avenue Congregational church,
at the first service this morning.
Friends Interested In the development
of the church were present from not
only this vlty but from Los Angele*
nnd Azusa, The rostrum, pulpit and
choir loft were simply but gracefully
decorated with carnations, ferns and
cajla lilies, with long sprays of rOnglivh
Ivy about the curved front of the plat
Appropriate for the first sermon in
the new church home, Uev. S. O. Kmer
son's text was taken from Heb. 2:20,
"Hut the Lord Is in Ills Holy Temple."
After reviewing brielly the causes for
especial thanksgiving over the com
pletion of the new church, the pustor
spoke most earnestly upon the need
of reverence for God's house. Irrever
ence wns stated to be one of America's
failings today, and Irreverence was de
cliired to be v basis for unarchy. The
special reasons for the need of rever
ence in God's house were developed
carefully, and In closing Mr. Emerson
quoted the form of prayer which has
been given In the past week to each
member of the church lo be reverently
offered Immediately fii'ter entering the
church. It Is In full:
"Our Father — As we come. Into thy
holy temple, may thy spirit fill-'our
hearts and deliver us from all un
worthy thoughts. Feed us with the
Bread* of Life; speak through thy mes
senger, the word that shall give us
new vision and an understanding heart.
Accept our worship and strengthen us
by thy holy spirit, that through the
coming week we may do thy will with
The auditorium Is a model of com
fort and convenience, and the color-
Ings of stained glass windows, walls
nnd scheme of ornamentation are pleas
ing to the eye and sense of artistic
beauty. While the walls are a soft
light brown tint, the frieze Is an olive
green, which color predominates in the
large art glass windows. A deep rich
red tone is given In the frescoed bor
der, and in the windows. On the front
wall, back of tho pulpit, is the church
motto In handsome old English let
ters, "Christ, Our Foundation." Over
head In the dome, about whose base is
the circle of electric lights, pale blue
tinting is relieved by soft clouds.
Aside from the large triple window
given by the three Christian Kndeavo>
societies in the church, the rest are
memorial windows. On the east end is
a large and beautiful window showing
Christ blessing children. This is in
memory of little lon Corbett of Hono
lulu, who died at the Waterhouse home
last spring. The others are in mem
ory of Rev. Allen Hastings, the first
pastor; Rev. Harvey Jones, Rev. Henry
(5. Smead, Mrs. M. A. Palmer, Mrs. J.
Hubbard, Mrs. Mary Rice, John Keese,
Franc Jenkins and Adele Emerson.
Dr. George T. Hamilton Killed
Dr. George T. Hamilton, brother of
Mrs. Henry Sherman Hoyt of this city,
who fell from the 12:30 car out from
Los Angeles on the short line In the
vicinity of the county hospital, where
he' was attempting to change to the
main line car, died shortly after i>
o'clock this morning. AVhlle the ver
dict of the hospital physician was lhat
death was caused by. concussion of the
brain, Mrs. Hoyt is sure that heart
failure was the prime cause, since her
brother was subject to it and was far
from strong. The shock of the full,
she thinks, would have been likely to
cause the attack of heart fuilure which
Dr. Hamilton hud recently come hero
from neur Jackson, Miss., and tomor
row evening Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sher
man Hoyt Will leave for the Hamilton
home at that place, where the body will
Eager to Disincorporate
fclnce the public meeting of lust Mon
day those men of South Pasadena who
favor dlslncorporntion have been busy
working up the ulready strong senti
ment for annexation to Los Angelee.
A committee composed of F. \V. Under
wood, H. A. Perkins. C. D. Deterie,
John Sharp and <\ K. Burns has been
milking a thorough canvass of the city
In the past few days and circulating
petitions asking that the city be dis
In the Lincoln Park district J. Allen
Is ulso working for thlß plan.
Chemical Engine Saves House
Shortly lifter 12 o'clock noon today
there was v small fire In North Pasa
dena at the home of Jacob Welgel, 1590
Summit avenue. The chemical engine
from the Villa street nre department
und a truck from the Dayton street
station were sent up In response to
the ularm, und the engine wus largely
Instrumental In subduing the lire,
which started from a defective flue.
Hefore the engine arrived the neigh
bors turned out in force and hud
formed a bucket line to hold the fire
buck as long us possible. Thirty dol
lars will fully repair tho Injury from
Humes und water.
"A Llttlu of Kverything und a Great
Ut'ul of Nothing" U the title under
which it number uf the guests at tho
Alwoy».R«f«H4lPb«r the Full Njrae • ; Jf
■^.axative Quinine >C rtjC_Jfr__^ wi«»v«y
Green will play a pretty bit of V«udt«
vllle tomorrow 'eTftttlnir- Mrs.' H«nry
Vila* and Mr*. C. L. David, social lead
ers at the hotel, have been the leaders
In the plans, but they have many as*
tlAtants, among whom »re Mrs. John
F. Campion of Denver, Mrs. W. E.
Orattan and Miss Anna Daly, the lat«
ter having charge of the costumes,
which are quite elaborate. The affair
Is to be given In the large >mu*lß room
of the hotel and the prog-ram Is to In
clude pongs by Mrs. I* 8. Orcutt, song
nnd dance by Miss Georglanna. Oodfry
«nd .Newton Klncald Wllcox of Los
Angeles, a skirt dance by Miss Marlon
Bryant, a comedy sketch by F3. A.
Ford and J. It. Hoimeft, the manager
of the hotel.
Those who will take part In the
tableaux are the following, soclsty
maldpns: Misses Ueorglanna Godfry,
fonstance Woolson, Florence Allen,
Angle Holmes, Altadena Green, May
Hhull, Jean French, Josephine Scovllle,
Cora Auten, Klsle Mcßride and Mary
Arms by. A number of surprises have
also been planned. Others who ar«
prominent In the preparations art
Mrs. John F. Campion, Miss Anna.
Daly, Miss Kmma Lindsay, Mrs. W. XL
Orattnn, Miss Ducey, Miss Forbes,
Messrs. W. E. Oration, Al Lindsay and
Just Bits of News
The students of Al lss Marthinn*
Deltrelehson and Mrs. Dorothea May
den gave a recital at Miss Orton's
school for girls yesterday afternoon.
Many friends of the students attended.
Dr. H. A. Reid was yesterday elected
the president of the Wisconsin society
at Its annual picnic at Long Beach.'
Over 800 people attended the gather
ing, a. large proportion of whom were
from this city. ■. .. , ■', ■ .\ ; ■'
Jerry Garry, the coachman of Victor
Mnrsh, was Injured late last night by
slipping from a car \ near the Hotel
Green. The fall cut several minor
gashes about the face and head. " v As
the man was stunned by the fall he was
taken to the Pasadena hospital, where
Dr. F. F. Rowland attended him. The
injuries are not thought to be danger
Miss Gertrude Esterbrooks, the dis
tinguished rose painter of Chicago, is
at the Evunston Inn of this clty/wheYe
she will remain the rest. of the rhdnth.
All day there have been extensive ex
periments from the top of Mount Lowe
with the heliograph. The signal corps
sent many successful messages to Los
The coming week promises to be the
most important socially of the winter.
With the vaudeville entertainment to
morrow evening at the Green, the Lowe
golden wedding reception Tuesday, arid
the' charity ball on Thursday for the
larger affairs and any number of minor
functions the week is full. ■ , \
SPEAKS AT RIVERSIDE
Preaches at First Congregational
Church on "The Strength of
Special to The Herald.
RIVERSIDE, Feb. 12.— David , Starr
Jordan, president of Stanford univer
sity, occupied the, pulpit of the First
Congregational church ■- morning
and delivered a. lay sermon on "The
Strength of Being Clean." \ ■ The
church was crowded and the- large
audience whs treated to a masterful
address on the clean life.
Rev. J. F. Gordon, formerly pastor
of the local colored Baptist church, has
been granted a patent for a device for
preventing train wrecks.
The seventy-five jars of fruit used
in the county exhibit at the St. Louis
exposition are being re-processed and
will be placed on exhibition in the
Riverside chamber of commerce. ■
The new cup offered by Captain F. J.
Muckey to the Riverside Polo club has
arrived from San Francisco. This Is
a challenge cup und will be contested
for annually on the grounds of the
club. It is of solid silver resting on
an ebony base, and is attracting not a
little attention. at the Hotel Glenwpod,
where it is on exhibition. •'
Superintendent Hall of .Sherman In
stitute states that the Indian Pedro
Lugo, reported to have died at Rlalto
us the result of injuries received in a
football game, was never a student of
the local Indian school. There is a
I.ugo in the school, a football player,
but he Is alive and well.
THOUSANDS VISIT BEACH
Santa Monica Entertains Throngs of'
People — Fishing Is Good
Spacial to The Herald.
SANTA MONICA, Feb. 12.—Thou
sands of pleasure seekers thronged the
beach between Santa Monica and Ven
ice today. The band concert at Ocean
Park was attended by the largest gath
ering seen there In several months,
and the North beach bathhouse did an
unprecedented business for this seu-
Bon of the year.
Throughout the day all roads seemed
to lead to Abbot Kinney's Venice, now
in course of construction, and hun
dreds of tourists expressed surprise
und admiration at the Immensity of
Fishing from the various piers wus
indulged In by a variegated assem
blage of men, women and children,
nearly all of whom had a flnny trophy
weighing anywhere from half an ounce
to half a pound .to | show for their,
efforts. No two fish caught appeared
to be of the same variety, and about
nine-tenths o( the catches were of a
size to make excellent bait for nur
However, everybody was happy, and
us an old goldler-figherinun from Saw
telle remarked, "It don't make much
difference; nobody eats 'em, anyhow,"
The Fijian fossil coral Is ' the best
liuikllng stone In the world. Hoft'a*
<. lii.m'hi> when first cut, it Imnlcns in thu
air to the consistency of granite.