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AROUND THE TOWN
! \ If any subscriber who may fall
•• to receive The Herald on any
;J mornlno delivery will notify the
. > business office by telephone he
I • will receive a copy of The Herald
I! for that day by special mes*
• • tenger.
'! . Any subscriber who shall no
,, tlfy the office that for any cause
" he desires to atop his subscrlp*
! tlon will receive In response a
• • printed slip acknowledging re
" receipt of his notice. If by any
I 1 accident the subscriber should
• > receive The Herald beyond that
) ) date no payment for same will
, i be required or expected.
Ih» Harald will far 110 In ea«h t« any" eno
furnlnhlni- avldaneo that will laad to tha arroat
and conviction of any p«rion caught atcalln*
coptet of Tha Harald from tha pramlaaa of
?T WtrOni - TH» HKRAU*.
Rtranirari ara Invited t« »!«lt tha a*hlblt «f
California produoU at tha Chamber of Com
nwca htilMlnn on Broadway, batwean Flrat
and Second ctreata. wh«r« fraa Information
will ba rlv«n on all aubjaots pertaining to
| Professor Joseph Fandrey, a special
ist, was arrested yesterday morning by
Officer Ingraham and on a charge of
practicing medicine without a license.
He will be tried before Justice Rose.
Gold Nuggets Stolen
Burglars entered the rooms of Mrs.
A. Jones at 316 South Broadway, early
Wednesday morning and after ransack
ing the room departed with two gold
nugget stick pins. The theft was re
ported to the police.
' Lecture on Masonry
J. C. Morgan, past district deputy
grand master of the grand lodge of
Canada, wll deliver a lecture on Ma
sonry before West Gate Lodge No. 335,
this evening at 8 o'clock. All Masons
are Invited to attend.
Ninety Days Sentence
B. Shelenberg, charged with bat
tery, was sentenced to ninety days In
the city Jail, at an examination before
Justice Chambers yesterday morning.
Shellenberg was alleged to have stabbed
a man In the neck during an argument
Six Months Sentence
Mrs. Mary Jones, convicted of hav
ing kept a house of 111 repute, was sen
tenced to Six months In the city Jail
yesterday by Justice Austin. The wo
man's daughters, Helen and Flora, in
mates of their mother's house, were
fined $50 each.
George Klrby Convicted
George Kerby of Huntlngton Beach,
charged with disturbing the peace of
Traffic Manager McMillan of the Pa
cific Electric railroad, was fined $10
by Justice Austin yesterday morning.
Klrby was alleged to have made threats
against Mr. McMillan's llfe._
W. J. Frayer a. driver for a city
sprinkling contractor, was fined $10 by
Justice Rose, yesterday afternoon on a
charge of battery preferred by Fritz
Otto.' ' Frayer attacked btto during an
altercation at Third and Main streets,
Monday morning. Otto, it Is said,
started the trouble by striking Frayer's
. • . .. ..•■■, • -♦• -
Messenger Boy Fined
Jesse Velond, a messenger boy, was
fined $25 yesterday by Justice Rose on
a charge of violating the speed ordi
nance.' Velond, while riding a bicycle
over the crossing at Third and Spring
streets Tuesday afternoon, accidentally
struck Mrs. Elizabeth Jenka of South
Pasadena evenue. The woman sus
tained severe injuries.
A blooming Yucca palm, grown at
Vlctorvllle, Cal., and brought In by E.
r. Otterson, was displayed In the cham
ber of commerce yesterday and attract
ed much curious Interest. The points
of the palm are sharp as needles, while
the "flower" or bloom rises from the
center to a height of about eighteen
Inches. It was stated that the Yucca
palm blooms but once in six years.
Lectures on Army Work
Adjutant Coe of Corps No.l, Salvation
Army, spoke to a large audience Tues
day evening at the Bethesda Presbyte
rian church on the work of the army.
This evening he will address the mem
bers of the Memorial Baptist church on
the same topic. Tomorrow evening he
will speak at the Central Presbyterian
church on, the army work in Hawaii,
where /he ■ was stationed some time
prior to coming to Los Angeles.
Humane Boclety Active
The quarterly report of , the humane
society was issued yesterday and shows
an Increase in the good work being
done by the officers of that organiza
tion. The complaints for the months
of January, February and March num
bered 143, all of which were investigat
ed, besides twelve others which came
to the society's notice through special
work by its officers. . j One hundred and
thirty-one cases were relieved and
many young boys and girls given
homes either In local Institutions or
with good families.
Injured In Collision
A. Hernandez and Pedro Estrada,
Mexican laborers employed by the Los
Angeles Railway company, had a nar
row escape from death shortly before
dawn yesterday morning. , The men
were loading flat cars with gravel on
the Ocean View hill, when the trolley
or\ the cars slipped and a runaway re
sulted.' The cars dashed down the in
cline with terrific speed and leaping
the track at Seventh and Alvarado
streets dashed into the curb. The
Mexicans stuck to their posts and in
attempting to stop the car were hurled
Into the gravel and cut and bruised.
An attack of croup can be warded
off by giving Chamberlain's Cough
Hemedy promptly at the first Indica
tion, of the approach of the disease.
For sale by all leading druggists.
Tho Adklui Ilutel Grill
Tha aclaet dlnlnc plaea of tna eliy. Uunli
' Ev.rythln« you ' want you will Bail la Ut*
•Jaulfltd p«««i • mvitto «aorel»p«4ta.
DIES FROM WOUND
GEORGE STORM MURDERED,
Restaurant Keeper Assaulted Sunday
Night Expires While Under.
going an Opera*
After three days of extreme suffering,
George Storm, formerly a restaurant
keeper at 422 V& East Fifth street, died
early yesterday morning at the emer
gency hospital from wounds received
In an encounter with a robber Sunday
For the past three days detectives
have been searching for Storm's assail
ant, but yesterday a double force was
detailed to the case and the charge of
murder substituted for that of rob
Storm was assaulted Sunday as he
was about to close his restaurant for
the night. His wife at the time was
In the restaurant. Storm walked to the
rear room of the building and as he
stepped Into the yn.nl . a man sprang
upon him from the door, behind him,
and struck him on the head. Several
times a weapon was brought down on
Storm's face and head until he became
The thief then rifled his victim's
pockets, taking $70 and two gold
Storm was found by his wife and
sent to the receiving hospital.
He was removed to his home and
seemed to be Improving until Tuesday
evening, when he became unconscious
and attending physicians advised an
Immediate operation, which was per
formed at the emergency hospital. The
patient did not survive it and died
shortly after daybreak without having
Following his Injury Sunday, Storm
told the police a man named Grover
had committed the assault upon him.
This man appeared at the restaurant
last week and asked for work. He was
a tramp and out of pity. was given work
as dishwasher. Storm asserted that
Grover followed him to the rear door
Sunday night and then leaped upon
him and beat him. *
Detectives went to Grover's room on
Central avenue following the report of
the robbery but the man had left, and
althought a strict watch has been kept
nothing has been seen of him in the
neighborhood of his former boarding
Storm's body is at Bresee Brothers'
morgue and an inquest will be 'held
there by Coroner Trout this morning.
VICTIM TELLS. OF FIGHT
WITH ROBBER IN HOTEL
E. Porter Identifies Milo Waldron as
the Man Who Attacked
Mllo Waldron, charged with an at
tack upon E. Porter, a tourist at the
Hollenbeck hotel, was arraigned before
Justice Rose in the police court yes
terday afternoon. Waldron waived
proceedings and will be examined this
Manager Mitchell of the Hollenbeck
hotel appeared with Mr. Porter at the
police headquarters yesterday morn
ing and a complete description of the
struggle was given.
According to Porter's statement, he
was going to his room in a corridor
on the second floor of the hotel when
Waldron suddenly sprang at htm from
a recess In the hall and struck him
in the breast, knocking him to the
floor. Waldron then tugged fran
tically at a diamond stud, valued at
$160 which was In Porter's shirt front
and had nearly succeeded In removing
the gem in spite of Porter's cries when
guests appeared, captured Waldron and
held htm until an officer arrived.
Waldron was formerly a saloon
keeper In Spokane and came to Los
Angeles to attend the races. He Is
said to have lost $10,000 and to have
been In a desperate condition from pov
erty when he made the attack upon the
THIEVES STEAL AUTOMOBILE
Compel Garage Watchman to Accom-
pany Them In Machine
Detectives are searching for two men
who held up a night watchman and rob
bed him of an automobile at the Worth
ing garage, Fourth and Los Angeles
streets, early yesterday morning.
The night watchman was Ralph
Grlggs. Late Tuesday night as he was
walking around in the garage two men
stepped from behind an automobile and
held him up. They then stole George
Rose's auto and compelled the watch
man to accompany them for a spin of
several blocks. The watchman later
gave the alarm and officers found the
auto In the road near the Sisters' hospl
pttal where the men had abandoned It.
A Follower of Grip
Many persons find themselves affect
ed with a persistent cough after an
attack, of the grip. As this cough can
be promptly cured by the use of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy It should not
be allowed to run on until la> becomes
troublesome. For sala by all leading
Rat*. 10 i>*u Jiuuuu Valla*
The BuuUieru faciao will have on mI»
•very Tutaday, until further itotloo, round
trip tlekota to various points In th« Ban
Joaquln vall.y, Tho rates uri from Lot An.
(•!•• and »r. aa foilowal Biaektun, Modeiu
or N.wman, 111; Turlook. |14.f»| Mtrcad.
111.601 M.O.ra, lit; *V..no or .1111* |Ui
Hantord. VUaU» or PorUrvilla, llO.ltt Tu
lara, 110! lMk.r.fl.ld. 11. Btopov.ra ara
allowad In altbar dlmottoo. Thaaa «»c.»
tlooally low ratia (hould bo takan ajvao
taca of by (I) who wish to •*. on. of taa
grtat producing valleys of California, tba
Bom* of all California frulta and othar
produota of tha aoil. Full Information at
Eoutnarn Faclfl* tlok.t ifNoo, TU Soiitt
Sprlsa (UmC liliniimiMlUfflMM
LOS ANGELE9 HERALD s THURSDAY MORNING, 'APRIL' 6, too*
Flt«*erald Murphy, the dramatist,
signed contracts yesterday with the
Potns«tta Circle, Women of Woodcraft,
to produce the fairy spectacle "Princess
Phosa." at Hazard's pavllllon April 21
and £2, during the convention, of the
Woodmen of the World.
"The Virginian" will be presented
at the Mason tonight by Dustln Farn
ham and his company.
ADVERTISED HIS METHOD
OF DEFRAUDING RAILROADS
Clever Confidence Man Made Money
Telling How to Avoid
A clever way of defrauding railroads
out of passenger fare has Just been
unearthed by detectives of eastern
roads and It Is believed that the plan
has been used with entire success on
many of the western systems.
The plan Is for the swindler to step
Into the car lavatory, stand close to the
wall and directly behind the door while
the conductor opens the door and looks
One Frank E. Hogmer of Youngs
town, Ohio, Is the originator of the
scheme and disseminated widely his
knowledge to traveling men and others
by advertising through the use of per
sonel letters that for $5 he would make
known a method by which the payment
of rallrod fare might be avoided.
HOgmer Is now under Indictment at
Youngstown for conspiracy and a
fraudulent use of the malls.
Investigation seems to prove that a
large number of people have profited
by Hogmer's advice, thus defrauding
railroads out of hundreds of dollars
The Railway Protective bureau has
made exhaustive tests to discover
whether or not It Is as easy to defraud
the railway companies as Hogmer as
serted it is, and In Its report says that
the plan is entirely feasible. It is said
that in no Instance did the operatives
report a failure of the scheme.
Jacob Mortenson, a wealthy lumber
man of Oak Park, 111., with his family,
arrived in Los Angeles Tuesday, and
Is stopping at the Westminster.
Frank Miller, proprietor of the Glen
wood . hotel at Riverside, spent Tues
day in Lo» Angeles.
T. H. Goodwin, general passenger
agent of the Southern Pacific, whose
headquarters are In San Francisco, Is
In Southern California for his health,
and is spending the week in Los Ange
Judge W. R. Kelly, head counsel for
the Union Pacific at Omaha, Neb., is
visiting with friends In Los Angeles.
E. W. Rollins of the firm of Rollins
& Sons, bond buyers, with offices In a
number of the principal cities of the
country, arrived in Los Angeles Tues
day, and is registered at the Lank
Mrs. W. J. Cox and Miss E. J. Cox
of Denver arrived in Los Angeles Tues
day, and are stopping at the Lank
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nordoff of Red
lands are spending several days in Los
J. C. Lane, a mining man from Need
les, -Is registered at the Hollenbeck.
Miss Kate Sanborn of New York
city, who is touring California, arrived
in Los Angeles Tuesday, and Is stop
ping- at the Lankershlm hotel.
President Gates of Pomona college
spent j Tuesday in the city, and was
registered at the Van Nuys Broad
T. O. Walton, formerly of the Denver
& Rio Grande railroad, with headquar
ters in Denver, has accepted the posi
tion of city solicitor for the Merchants'
Independent Steamship line in Los An
geles. ' ! • ■
C. F. Osborne, a capitalist. of, Nor
walk, Conn., with his family arrived in
Los Angeles yesterday and will spend
the next two weeks in Southern Cali
fornia. They are stopping at the Van
Nuys Broadway hotel.
' Mrs. C. F. Goodrich, wife of Admiral
Goodrich, and her daughter, Miss Good
rich, arrived In Los Angeles yesterday
from San Diego and are stopping at the
Van Nuys hotel. Admiral Goodrich
will Join them here either today or to
11. H. Smith, owner of the Grandvlew
hotel at Grand Canyon, arrived In Los
Angeles from Grandvlew yesterday and
Is stopping at the Van Nuys Broad
way hotel. #
Frank Barnard, the bean king of
Ventura, is registered at the Hollen
beck hotel. . .
C. H. Deere, of the Deere plow works,
one of the largest manufacturing
plants of Its kind In the world and
situated at Mollne, 111., arrived In Los
Angeles yesterday and Is registered at
the Angelus hotel.
P. C. Echorn, who has llarge mining
Interests In the Tonopah mining dis
trict, arrived In Los Angeles from Gold
field yesterday and Is registered at
the Angelus hotel.
R. P. Schwerln at the head of the
purchasing department of the Southern
Pacific railroad spent yesterday In Los
SALT LAKE ISSUES
Lea Angeles and Nearby Cities Well
Advertising of a more artistic and
varied character than that put out by
any other western railroad and In
larger quantities Is now being Issued
by the passenger department of the
Los Angeles, San Pedro & Salt Lake
Incidentally Los Angeles and the gem
AfOllfH IS IRONED
No matter whether it is from a recent Had a cough, pain in chest, night-
Cold, a ohronic eough, bronchitis or sweats, was weak and nervous. I de*
Incipient consumption— all are cured cided to write to Dr. R. V. Fierce of
by the use of Dr. Pieroe's Golden Med* Buffalo, N. Y., and state ray caie. I
leal Diicovery. It has a soothing effect received a prompt and careful reply
upon the mucous membrane, and at which I still have in my possession,
ths same time it promotes dieeation and The malady was a complicated one,
the aiflimilation of food. It acoom* involving the nasal and other air-pas-
plishes this by reason of the manner sages. There wai a catarrhal oondi*
of combination of the ingredients of tion extending from the head to the
this remedy, made from medicinal bronehia and lungi. The nse of Dr.
plants grown in this country, the one Pierce's Goldon Medical Discovery and
remedy which many years of expert- Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy was ad-
ence proves is entirely free from detri- vised. I used about two dozen bottles
mental effects. A blue-ribbon remedy, of each, also some of Doctor Pierce's
because made without alcohol or harm- Pleasant Pellets, and these remedies
ful drugs. It is made in a large labor- have done their work. Since that time
atory, thoroughly equipped with every I don't believe I have lost a day's work
scientific appliance, at Buffalo, N. Y. on account of sickness. Ara well and
Qualified chemists are in charge of the have been able to eat anything ever
laboratory, with nearly a score of since. Thanks seem but a slight return
skilled physicians and surgeons em- for all the good your medicine has done
ployed to scrutinize, determine and for me."
prescribe these remedies and other Mr. Roy A. Reed, of Casper, Wyo-
meani of cures as seem best suited to ming, writes: "For eight years I had
many thousands of oases of ohronic catarrh of the throat in the very worst
diseases which come before them for form; could hardly speak above a
treatment each year. It coats you whisper for two years. Tried nearly a
nothing to write to Doctor Pierce— dozen patent medicines without relief, i
the head of this Institution and get I was so discouraged that I just about
an accurate medical opinion in your decided catarrh could not be cured
special case and wholly without charge, with any medicine. My father, how-
This preparation is of pleasant taste, ever, advised me to try Doctor Pierce's
agrees perfectly with rebellious and medicines before giving up. I followed
sensitive stomachs, and is extremely his advice and commenced using the
effective in restoring tone and vigor to medicine on the twentieth of Decem-
the entire system. It cures gastric ber. ■ I was surprised to note the result
troubles of the stomach and at the o f the first month's treatment. After
same time the blood-vessels are given using six bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden
a stimulation which throws off a cold. Medical Discovery I was perfectly
One very good reason why it restores cured. It has been months since I
the health of run-down, pale and took the last medicine, and I have not
emaciated people is because it first had the least return of my trouble. I
throws out the poisons from the liver have felt better during the past two
and kidneys. It then begins its reoon- months than for seven winters previous
structive work in building up flesh and to this time."
m S k A h£nf °.«; B r n° V*™ *™ ™. h..Hh Feel cranky ?-Case of constlpatlDn. A
"About seven years ago my health man or wom £ n who noglectB constipation
failed, and I tried different dootors but BufferB from B i ow poisoning. Dr. Pierce's
they oould not help me." writes Reuben pleasant Pellets cure constipation. One
S. Kleppinger, Esq., of Lehlghton, Pa. little "Pallet" is a gentle laxative, and
<Box 673). "I was still getting worse, two a mild cathartic
like cities 'and resorts lying within Its
vicinity are receiving a large amount
of free advertising.
Holding first place among the souve
nir booklets Issued by that road to
make known to the Ignorant the beau
ties of Southern ■ California Is one of
half a hundred pages, consisting largely
of Southern California scenes and bear
ing upon its front and back covers tha
design of an orange, richly embossed In
a deep golden color and resting In the
rich green of Its foliage. Within the
week 20,000 of these booklets will hs
on their way eastward.
"To the World's Treasure House" 1*
a second pamphlet now being printed,
and treating of the mineral zones of
Arizona and Southern California tappe-J
by the Clark-Harrlman line.*
Following this and to surpass In
design and Interest all previous publi
cations is soon to be Issued "The Le
gends of Arrowhead Mountain," the
peculiar rock formation near San Ber
nardino which has given to the Salt
Lake Its trade mark of an Indian
arrow head. The legends, consisting of
those of various Indian tribes and
those of the Spanish and tr.i Mormons
have been collected ar.d edited by the
advertising manager of the road, R. S.
Cauvln, who is ■ responsible for the
many unique -ways for giving publicity
to the Salt Lake as. a scenic route.
Diatlnctlve stylea born of an accurate
knowledge of social raquiremenla. Calling and
at home carda, dies, stamps, ato. Sanborn, Vail
& Co., 867 South Broadway. ■ .-, I ■■:
The California Land syndicate. Di
rectors: W. W. Phelps, George A Phil
lips, H. H. Mears, George B. McLaugh
lln and B. F. Angell of Los Angeles.
Capital stock $26,000, paid In $150.
Syndicate Land company. Directors:
T. B. Wilkinson. W. B. Wilkinson, Ray
Howard, J. 11. Barbour and Alfred
Coopen of Lob Angeles. Capital stock
$50,000, paid In $5.
Blllcke-Rowan Annex company. Di
rectors: Albert C. Billcke, Robert A.
Rowan, John S. Mitchell, Frederick S.
Rowan and A. B. McCutcheon of Los
Angeles. Capital stock $(00,000, paid in
Antloak Leather company. Direc
tors:^. W. Hutton. B, H. Owen, A.
W. McCord. W. B. Hutton, Ht G.
Weyse, J. G. K. Williams and William
Porter of Los Angeles. Capital stock
$5,000.000, paid In $7.
Quickly prepared, easy to serve,
wholesome to eat. A delicious
dessert for children. ENERGY, 10
cents a package.
AT ALL GROCERB
ORDER TODAY AND WEAR IT BY
.•• a Week
Our Spring goods have arrived, con-
sisting of all the newest patterns
on the market.
Fletcher Tailoring Co.
343 South Broadway
Over Christopher's - ■
Ask to See Nos. 1943-1944 — the Very
Newest Spring Styles.
... American Beauty ...
$5 and $6 per Doz.
Jt SPECIALTY OF OURS
/ . luneraU » Spwlulty.
laiy f >ya«»u. Bay a L«t In..
Uinz-nitn •(rMt) and so* It qusdrupl* la
curbs; olleil •main; largo fruit lre«»; fln.
••■ld*ne* ntctlon; Gardens, ear.
T. Wloitnd»B»*r. ISI L.asblln Bulldlni
Everything you want you will find In
tha classified page, a modern oncyclo-
podia. On* ctnt • word.
Opt Ul£} ••••
We've Just received, fresh from the looms, some of the daintiest crea-
tions of the weaver's art. The stocks are now unusually large and the
styles exceedingly effective. A few sample values:
28 Inch Phllos Bilk, all colors,' 75c yard,
Irish dimities, 25c; American dimities, 200 yard.
29 Inch heavy fancy linen suitings, 25c to $1.
Printed silk organdies, 29 Inches wide, 60c.
Chiffon etamines, 20c; colored linen etamlnes, 85c to 76c, 32 and
36 Inches wide.
For the balance of this week we offer a special bargain: The very
finest of Arnold Constable and Lord ft Taylor's soft finish organdies,
sold all over the country In the largest retail stores at 60c a yard; here
at 35c; large and small floral designs , .
Bleached damask napkins, 28x22 Inches, at $2.25 a dozen, Instead of
.$3; 24x24 Inch, regularly $4, now $3^5; same size in assorted patterns
at $3.76 a dozen, instead of $4.50.
72 inch bleached damask In assorted floral designs, regularly $1.25
a yard, now $1.
72 Inch width, usual $1.50 and $1.75 grades, now $1.30.
Fancy Table Pieces
Cluny, Renaissance, Duchess and Teneriffe lace or combination lace
and linen dollies, center pieces, tray cloths and scarfs at Just half price.
In the smaller pieces values range from 20c, 35c, 50c, $1 and up to $2—2 —
at 10c, 18c, 25c, 60c and $1; In the larger ones former values were $3.60
to $16.00— now $1.75 to $7.60. , .
We are satisfied to depend on
your good judgment that you will •
• get the best and newest in carpets ]«i§llfi^B^i
at this house. iuMUiissi^
c/4. feature about our new
Rugs is that all sizes are to be had here— and great pattern
and quality variety— suitable for any and every room.
The prices are fair; the terms are cash.
•- New Designs in——- — ~*'\
The best that furniture designers have yet turned out
are on exhibition on our floors. The goods are covered
in muslin upholstery and you pick your own covering
from a fine selection of goods.
439-4143 South Spring Street
II Free Excursions If
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|ljjj;jlS| lectcd location; modern improvements; on llfp
K<S)lii the boulevar d s : the largest sized lot lat the I|l*p
KfcilH l° wcst prices and the best of termr "See- l|r/«!'
■ KblM * n< * * B De '* cv ' n B«" W° furnish free trans- jjllj-"
frail Office Open Sunday wfi
Buy an Alaska Refrigerator
And you may depend upon satisfactory; service.' Don't ex-
periment— eet the make universally recognised -: as beln*
the best, linn wmiijinswwMDnrii fff%iifr ia< <^i*«My^s|ffiiiattM
CASS (SfeSMURK STOVE CO., 314 S. Spring St.