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FROM AUTO TRIP
COL EDDY AND MRS. LEWIS
I TO BE MARRIED
CEREMONY THIS AFTERNOON
Bride Is the Widow of Late Member
of Famous Jewelry Firm, and
(he Bridegroom Is a
114 Edit Colormin Street.
FABAtfEXA. April 11.— Tun promi
nent Ruests lit Hotel nn.ymnnd, who
were members nf a merry automobile
party . from San Frnnolsco to I'aflH
flenn, aro to he innrrlPtl tomorrnw nft
rrnoon «t the ipslfloiicp. o( He.v. Hugh
K. \ynlker. 1018 South Flower street,
The contracting parties are Col. R.
A. Kddy and Mrs. Ida 8. Tiewls of Bnn
Franclßro, nnd while a few of their
most Intlmntfl fr|piifl« In that city
knew that thn onßngoment mlßht be
announced in June, alt will be sur
prised to learn of the wedding.
Mrs. Lewis Is the widow of the late
George B. Lewis who left her a large
property, ..mostly In the jewelry firm
olJlShreve and company. Upr own
fortune runs wny Into the millions and
Colonel Kddy Is also a millionaire, well
lthown here and In the northwest.
;?At the meeting of the city council
thls_ morning the recommendations p.s
to. the $931,250 Issue of municipal water
bonds were approved. The bonds have
been ordered engraved by the United
States Mortgage & Trust Co., of New
York,'' at a cost not to exceed $1,612.
They are. to the amount of $931,250, with
Interest at .four per cent, payable semi
On . Mr. Slavln's Insistence, the city
council this noon accepted his resigna
tion as a member of the city council,
ami Orreh H. Hayes was elected to till
hlB unexplred term. The new council
man la from the first ward, has been a
resident of [Pasadena, for twenty-four
ye:ars7 Is 51 'member of the board of
trade, Merchants' association, and of
Gilbert Pratt's Funeral
All the local banks were closed this
afternoon for the funeral of the late
Gilbert 1 W. Pratt of the Pasadena Na
tional bank. As Mr. Pratt was both a
prominent Mason and Knight Templar,
both bodies attended the services at the
All Saints Episcopal church at 3
o'clock. Rev. William MacCormaek,
rector of .the church, officiated, and at
trie close'the Masons and the Knights
Templar escorted the body to Reynolds
and Van Nuys undertaking: house
where It .will remain- In a. vault until
June, When>lt .will be taken to Provi
dence, p.., 1., for Interment. The pall
bearers were Henry Newby, E. J. Pyle,
; W. H; Vedder. E. P. Hopkins, S. H.
Halstead, D. W. Herlihy' and C. J.
wiliest. . ■;; , • ..;
-Prof.W. B. French, formerly profes
sor ot.the Colombia school on North
Lake avenue, died today at^the Califor
nia hospital in Los Angeles. He will
be buried from Bresee's funeral parlors
tomorrow at' noon. Although he has
been teaching lately In Los Angeles, at
the Hewitt school, he still kept his
home heri, and had many friends.
?Late last evening G. S.'. "Woods, a
wealthy tourist, returned to his cottage
from,', trie Maryland hotel, and found
that. his 1 home hud been ransacked by
a sneaky thief, about $100 worth of silver
a.Vid jewelry having been taken. A num
ber of valuable pieces of silverware
and Jewelry had been taken | from
places of safety and placed ready fop
removals. The noise of the returning
family frightened the robber away with
but a small share of his plunder.
There are to be several important
society weddings soon after Easter and
one of these will be the marriage of
Miss Mirth Camper of Lincoln avenue
to E. AY. Relder of Whlttter. The
ceremony Is to be performed by the
Rev. Albert Hatcher Smith and will
be the first wedding performed l In the
new Baptist church. The date is
Thursday evening, May 11, and a large
reception nt the liome of the bride's
father will follow.
The postal receipts for March were
$6,621, an Increase of 12 per cent over
the same month last year. Postmaster
"Wood places the March population as
19,000, using the month's postal receipts
as a In* sis.
The petition of over sixty residents
of Altadena asking that an election be
called to pass upon the Incorporation
of the district as a city of the sixth
c-lass was filed with the county super
Olln L. Livesey, one of the deputy
city assessors, hns resigned his posi
tion for a deputy county clerkship In
Los Angeles. He Is to have charge of
the clerk'iil work In one of the superior
courts recently established, but will
Mill make Pasadena his home.
Mrs. Bessie K. Beerkle, wife of J. S.
Beerkle, died at her home, 2M) Wlnona
avenue, this morning, aged 29 years.
The family came here from lowa a few
■■ Mrs. Elizabeth J. Jones, formerly of
710 South Orange avenue, and well
known here, died yesterday ut Holly
wood. She was 64* years of age, and a
native of Kentucky. She had many
friends la Pasadena.
The South Pusudem* Progressive
league' started the agitation for muni
cipal ownership of water at the meet-
1 A.; peculiar accident happened this
morning to H, L. Hoss. v Puclflu Kleo
trlo ( S conductor,^'iiear^Alhambra, when
•'railroad tbrpado exploded, a portion
of the Iron striking Ross In the leg And
Inflicting n, severe wound. An Artery
was cut, and a dangerous hemorrhage
resulted. Koss was brought to the
Miss dmce H. Tower, who has been
studying at Berkeley, Is to return In
time to hn one of the bridesmaids In th»
The directors of the Tournnmont of
Roses association are to hold their an
nual election next Mondny evening,
and there will probably be a lively rlls
cusfllon as to the separation of the
association from the horse show.
FIELD DAY AT VENTURA
DRAWS GOOD ENTRY LIST
Eight Schools Will Participate, and
Extensive Preparations Are Be.
Ing Made for Event
Eperlni tn Th» HerAld.
VENTURA. April 11.— The coming
fi>M day, which is sot for next Satur
day, April 15, In this city, Is attract
ing n Rroat dfßl of Interest. Exten
sive preparations on the part of locnl
enthusiasts nre bplng made nnd eight
schools will participate in the events.
Tha meet .will take place at 1:30 p. m.
Prof. Slmonds' orchestra of twenty
pieces will Up present to furnish music
throughout the afternoon.
James \V. Erwln, special commis
sioner of the state publicity commit
tee of the California promotion com
mittee, gave an Illustrated lecture at
the opera' house last evening. The
lecture conslsted ! nf a large number of
stereoptlcon nnd moving pictures.
Mrs. Jerusha Howe, an old lady liv
ing on North Oak street, fell while
crossing the street Saturday evening
and broke her hip. That part of tha
street being little traveled at night,
she lay in the gutter, unable to move
for some time until assistance reached
her, when she was taken to. the home
of Mrs. E. 'T. Hare. Her condition l«i
critical on account of her age.
A liberal donation has been raised
among the church and benevolent peo
ple of Ventura for the destitute family
of W. 11. Oru7.om of Park Row.
George Houghes has filed stilt in the
superior court yesterday, for divorce
against his wife, Clara Houghes, upon
the ground of desertion. The custody
of the two minor children is to be
left to the decision of the court. For
the past two years Mrs. Houghes has
been connected with the . Hotel Rose
and by mutual agreement the children
have divided their time between father
George P. Dennis has been appoint
ed by the county supervisors to repre
sent this county at the Lewis and Clark
exposition at Portland this year. Hl»
salary Is fixed at $150 per month.
ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
Sawtelle Financial Institution Holds
Special to The Herald.
SAWTELLE, April 11.— The Western
Loan and Trust company met last
night 'at Jewett. and Farleys' office to
fill out their charter and elect officers.
These are elected to constitute a local
board of said company and hold their
office for one fear. The charter- was
signed by President and Secretary C.
M. Shannon and E. G. Klnkead re
spectively, who came down from Los
A party of twenty-four came down
from Los Angeles In the private car,
Mermaid and were met by
Monica tally-ho and three-seater here
and taken for a drive through the
Home and Sawtelle.
L. C. Pratt, who owned six or seven
houses here a few years ago, and who
left here to go to Johnson City Home,
Term., returned today for a permanent
residence In Sawtelle.
Mr. Bert Bell and family left here
Sunday for Michigan on a summers'
Sawtelle citizens are Indignant at the
record breaking speed of automobiles
rushing through the streets. Several
little children playing 'near the road,
have narrowly escaped being run ovev;
and especially at night Is It dangerous
for pedestrians or drivers, the autoes
racing at such speed as to endanger
life and limb, and it Is impossible to
get the number of the car In order to
report. The improvement society i.<
discussing ways and means to check
the rapid pace. Nearly all here are old
people, veterans who are lame and In
some cases blind, 'and they find diffi
culty In getting, out of the way quick
ly, to let the "red devjls" pass.
HUMANE SOCIETY WANTS
EDUCATION LAW ENFORCED
San Pedro Branch Appoints Commit.
tee to Wait on School Board
and Urge Action
Special tn The Herald.
SAN PEDRO, April 11.— At a meelng
of the Humane society President Berry
appointed Mrs. Weldon, Dr. Reynolds
and the Rev. "Mr. Lee a committee to
wait on the school board and urge that
proper legal publication be made that
the compulsory education law will be
enforced during the coming school
Baly & Allen will recommence busi
ness tomorrow af 436 Beacon street.
They will open up the Los Angeles Her
ald agency, and In connection there
with will resume the messenger ser
vice and laundry agency. These young
men were burned out and their stock
,of cigars and tobacco destroyed n few
weeks ago, and they have been rush-
Ing improvements on their new
quarters, which are more commodi
ous nntl suitable than the old ones
The yachting season opens officially
on May 1, and the owners of the vari
ous yuohtu ure busy getting their craft
Khkliloii'i laleat ai'iuovwi *lyl< » At homo
rani*. Calling cardn. Writing paper. No
mutler what the Importance of the letter you
write may lie. . u.«e the brat puper. It l» poor
H'uiioiny tn be inUrfpr«mitea by uolng .in
frrkir jiuinr. 'Hamplwi mailed ' trre. ridiiln.i'ii,
Vail A Co., 147 South' Broadway. ■. ..; J
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 190s.
SAN DIEGO'S FORMER MAYOR
BRINGS UP A TECHNICALITY
Claims That Official Is Retired Army
Officer on Government Pay
Rolls and Constitutionally
Special tn The Herald
SAN DIEOO, April 11.— At the meet-
Inn of the city council Inst night the
returns of the recent election were can
vnssed find the result declared. There
were no material changes from the un
official returns. Onpt. ,T. L. Sehon, re
tired, of the United States army was
declared elected mayor.
This afternoon nctlon was begun in
the superior court by former Mayor
D. Ci Heed contesting the election of
Sehnii on the ground that, being an
officer In the United States nrmy and
receiving salary ns such at the rate
of $1500 a year, he Is not qualified by
law to hold the office of mayor nt a
salary of $100 per month. Mr. Reed
was not Capt. Rehon's opponent at the
polls, but during the controversy he
proposed to have the question settled
In the court of last resort If the re
turns showed Capt. Sehon In the lead.
The action Is brought on the consti
tutional section that no officer holding
a lucrative position under the United
States should be eligible to hold any
office of profit under the state. Judges
of the superior and supreme court will
be asked to put the case forward on
To Establish Pumping Plant
The city council has taken action
looking to the establishment of another
pumping plant for the purpose of
pumping water direct from Mission
valley Into the University Heights res
ervoir. The winter just passed has
filled the Mission valley sand with au
ample supply, and the extensions of
the water distributing system will
probably create a call for a larger sup
ply. The University Heights reservoir
will supply the higher levels, while the
pumping plant and reservoir at Old
Town will supply the lower levels.
R. C. Hubbard, who was In the em
ploy of the California Development
company of Imperial as an electrical
engineer, will make application to the
supervisors for the right to use the
tide waters of Mission bay at Its en
trance for industrial purposes. There
Is a strong tide at the narrow mouth
of Mission bay and It Is claimed that
it can be utilized for the generation of
electric power for lighting and trac
Prof. T. S. Brandegee, Frank Stevens,
Carl Palmer and Charles Moore have
left for the desert for the purpose of
collecting specimens of the flora and
fauna of the region for the United
States government. Mr. Brandegee is
the naturalist, Mr. Palmer the pros
pector, Mr. Stevens the mineralogist
and Mf. Moore the game hunter for the
pyrty. They expect to be gone several
MARCH CRIMINAL RECORD
IN RIVERSIDE VERY LOW
Andrade Finally Dies From Pneumo-
nia Without Recovering
Special to The Herald.
RIVERSIDE, April 11.— During the
month of March only seven offenders
appeared before the city recorder — two
for drunkenness, two for illegal liquor
selling and three for disorderly con
duct. • • • "' f ;'« ' . *"• , '
D. C. Andrade, the man who made
several attempts to commit suicide,
died at 10:30 this morning at the coun
ty hospital. It was at first thought
by the attending physicians that An
drade would recover, but pneumonia
set In and he never regained conscious
ness. The remains will be embalmed
and an lnquest'held.
Three hundred and fifty-three cars
of oranges and lemons were shipped
from the various packing houses of the
city last work, making a total output
of 3590 cars for the season.
The homeopathic physicians of Riv
erside and San Bernardino counties
and the city of Pomona celebrated the
115 th anniversary of the birth of the
founder of the school, Dr. Hahnemann,
by a banquet lust night at the Glen
The, funeral of W. \V. Boggs took
place this afternoon at 2 o'clock from
the family residence on East Seventh
street, Rev. E. F. Goff officiating.
The next regular meeting of the
Prpsont Day club has been postponed
till Monday, April 24. when the ban
riuet will be given tn Lelghton hall, and
three papers will bo read on the sub
ject, "The United States Senate." Tha
speakers will be H. O, Hlbbard, K. D.
Harger and O. W, Bartln.
Elslnore People Are Guetts of Mrs.
Special to The Herald. ,
KLSINORH, April 11.— Rain began
falling here lightly about noon Monday,
oud continued in showers during the
Mrs. Amanda Reynolds of Rock
Island, who owns property In this val
ley and who is spending some time
here, entertained ut dinner Sunday ut
the Hot Mprings hotel, where she is a
guest. The guests were Mrs. Julia
Ledlle, Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Kuhns, Miss
Alice Peter. Miss Cumburn and Irving
. Mac Bhumway Kuderly gave drama
tic readings and aulos at th« Bank hall
Inst night under the Auspices of the
Presbyterian Aid society.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Flnley nnd chil
dren arrived from Salem, Perm., to
visit their cousin, Mrs, F. T. Kuhns In
Mrs. nplle Parker and two children
of Portersvllle arrived from Los Ange
les today to make their home In Elsl*
nore with Mrs. Parkers father, Judge
J S. Uong.
Mlm fiddle TatM returned to Rlvernlde
Monday nfter spending her vacation
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
U Tat ph.
Mm. Henry CowrlU nnrl younßMt lion
went to Panndena Monday. Mr. Cowblll
nntl non, Ralph, are Rolnß Saturday.
The family will re«ld« In Hlveralde.
REDLANDS WORKS FOR
Orange Growers' Mass Meeting In
Furtherance of Co-operation It
Called for April 15
8p«H«l to The Herald.
REDLANDS, April 11.— The para
mount Issue at the board of trade
business meeting yesterday was the
street Improvements. A committee
wns Hppolntod, consisting of Henry
Fisher, B. W. Cave, It. P. V. Kings
bury nnd W. C. Hargraves, who are
to confer with the city trustees In
the effort to arrive at some feasible
The second orange growers' mass
meeting called in .furtherance of the
co-operative scheme is booked to take
place on Saturday, April 15.
The Y. M. C. A. tennis tournament
Is booked to open today on the asso
James Hasklll. a brother of Mrs.
John Wilson, became Insane when
wandering about the Elks' domains
and was committed to the Patton hos
Head Consul John H. Foley, who was
expected In Redlands early Sunday
afternoon, met with two accidents en
route from Los Angeles. Starting In
an auto, which went dead before he
was fairly, out 'of the city, a special
train was then ordered, but the engine
gave out at Glendora and another had
to be secured. Mr. Foley arrived after
the services were over.
SAN MARCOS RANCH LET
TO SANTA BARBARA MEN
First Step Toward Construction of
Electric Railroad Believed to
Have Been Taken
Special to The Herald.
SANTA BARBARA, April 11.— After
negotiations covering a period of sev
eral months, ten of Santa Barbara's
most prominent sportsmen have closiiJ
a deal with Wm. T. Mead, lessee of the
San Marcos ranch, by which the fish
ing, shooting and camping privileges
of the entire ranch are secured for a
term of five years. The ranch con
tains about 46,000 acres, and includes
some of the b.est trout streams and
shooting grounds in the country.
The men who have secured the Sai
Marcos ranch for their private re
serve Intend to take every precaution
against any . infringement of their
It is generally believed that the filing
of the big mortgage a few days ago, by
the Interurban Railway company, is
the first step towards the construction
of the proposed extension of the elec
tric railway from Santa Barbara
through Monteclto, Mlramar and Sum
merland, thence to connect with the
line to : Los Angeles. The mortgage is
for $250,000 and is issued to the Los
Angeles Trust company to secure the
bonds o fthe company. The Monteclto-
Summerland extension is Included in
SANTA MONICA BREVITIES
City Trustees to Consider Establish.
ment of Septic Tank System
Special to The Herald.
SANTA MONICA, April 11.— At the
meeting of the city trustees last night
Commodore R. "W. Armstrong, as
chairman of a special committee to
report on the feasibility of installing
the septic tank system for disposing
of sewage, said the scheme was a prac
tical one and suggested that the
trustees have the city engineer select
a location for same. A special meet
ing will be held for its further con
P. J. Dudley, n brother of Mayor
Dudley, arrived at Santa Monica today,
accompanied by his wife and three
eons. Mr. Dudley comes direct from
Chicago and will assume the responsi
bilities of cashier of the Ocean Park
Local printers met at the Casino last
evening' for the purpose of forming
a permanent organization. Applica
tion will be made this week for a
charter and final details will be de
cided on next Monday night.
An entertainment and. dance under
the auspices of the local lodge of Good
Templars will be held Friday evening
at the auditorium.
ENTER HOME BUT GET
,: . ' NOTHING OF VALUE
An Imitation Diamond and Some Old
Coins li Burglar* Reward at
After prying open a side window and
effecting an entrance to the residence
of Adolph Kamish, 1034 South Olive
strept. about 10 o'clock last night «orae
enterprising thief went uwuy dis
gusted. His only booty consisted of a
few old coins, a shiny 25-cent piece and
an Imitation diamond.
Mr. Ramlsh and his wife were at the
theater when the affair occurred and
Mrs. Kuiiilkli was wearing most of her
Jewelry. Thut which hud been left at
home was put in a secure place and the
burglar did not find it. Much valuable
silverware* was also In the house, and
left where the burglar could have dis
covered ' It, but he uremeU to want
money and nothing else.
IS FREE TRAIL
SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
ABOLISHES TOLL STATIONS
People Now Have Access to Moun.
tain Districts— Movement on
Foot to Protect Wild
Special tn Ttin Herald.
SAN BERNARDINO, April 11.— After
months of figuring and planning to se
cure a free mountHln road for the peo
ple of this vnllpy, the supervisors have
«♦ lnut purchased the Arrowhead rond
for $25,000, the sum of $5000 being paid
now and the balance on January 1 of
next year. This settles the long dis
cussed question and the peopln of the
vnlley may now hnve nccess to the
mountHln districts by a first class road
without paying toll.
San Bernardino county will expend
$2000 at the Portland exposition In pre
paring and keeping up an exhibit, that
sum having been voted by the super
visors, who appointed Robert Gray of
Ontario to take charge of the display.
Eugene Cooper was arrested yester
day for Illegal voting and now must
answer to the charge In the courts. It
Is claimed he has not been In the
county and city long enough to become
The supervisors are considering the
passage of an ordinance protecting deer,
for the next five years. Deer In the
San Bernardino mountains were at one
tlmn very plentiful but hunters have
decimated them. It Is believed by pro
tecting them for five years they would
again become plentiful.
Something of a sensation has been
created In social circles in Redlands by
the commencement of a suit for di
vorce by Mrs. Nellie A. Reid against
her husband, Edward D. Reid, on the
ground of cruelty. Reid Is one of the
leading business men of Redlands.
E. Sommer has begun suit against
T. W. and W. E. Van Slyke et al., for
the possession of rich mining property
in the Ibex mining district which he
claims they have conspired to defraud
Burglars are stll operating In this
section, several attempts in Colton, no
tably at Emery's hardware store where
they smashed a large sky light which
frightened them away. At the store
of the Bering Hardware company in
Redlands, thieves carried off more than
$300 worth of fine cutlery and revolvers.
RE-ELECT MAYOR BURKS
Ocean Park Trustees Choose Leader
for Ensuing Year
Special to The Herald.
■ OCEAN PARK, April 11.— Mayor
Dana Burks was re-elected by the city
trustees last evening to serve as presi
dent of the board for another term,
and the salary of the city attorney was
fixed at $2 per month. No other-busi
ness of moment was enacted.
The ladies of the Village Improve
ment society held an Important meet
ing at Kinney hall this afternoon. The
plan to erect a drinking fountain for
animals midway between Santa Mon
ica and Ocean Park was the subject of
a favorable report, and the fountain
will be built as soon as the necessary
money can be raised. The matter of
hoiding a baby show and social was
decided on, April 25 being the date set.
The largest and most elaborate so
ciety function given here this season
was held at the Ocean Park Casino
tonight. Three hundred couples wit
nessed, the dethroning of King Rex of
carnival fame, following which danc
ing was Indulged In till long after mid
night. The affair was attended by
many Los Angeles and
young people and the decorations were
most artistically arranged.
■ Masts for Abbot Klnney's ship hotel
arrived at Venice today. The struc
ture is about half completed and will
be ready for roomers on or before
The Ladles Aid society of the North
Side Methodist church met today at
the home of Mrs. A. E. Morgan at 224
Seventh street. Mrs. Nettle Ederfbach
assisted the hostess In entertaining the
A salt water well is being dug ut the
foot of Marine street, from which the
new maagc-ment of the bathhouse ex
pects to get water for the . indoor
SOLDIERS' HOME NOTES
Temperance Meeting* to Be Held
Every Saturday Afternoon
Special to The Herald.
SOLDIKHS' HOME, April 11.— The
last meeting of the Pacific Branch
Masonic club was well attended, and
Grand Master Motley H. Flint, the
postmaster of Los Angeles, spoke.
Kdltor Henry J. Lloyd of the Los An
geles "Kree Mason," whs also present.
The assistant surgeon at the hospital,
Dr. (Jeorge K. Rahrenburg, has re
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IVIUiN VON, Philadelphia (
signed th« position, to take up practice
Two dishonorable discharges have
been ordered by the New Tork board
of managers, the- first for having been
before .Governor La Orange at the
guard house twenty-eight times, anil
the second for for(y-flve. drunks.
Weekly temperance meetings will be
held on Saturday afternoons In the
future, the next speaker being Rev. O.
Col, Thomas Jefferson Shea, who did
good service In the adjutant's offlce, has
become the lucky successor to "Cupid
Kutr," In the Los Angeles marriage
llcenso ofTlce. ...
GET WASTE WATER OUTLET
Orange Irrlgators Find Way to Dlt.
poie of Surface Flood
EpcclM to Th« Herald.
ORANGE, April 11.— A called meet-
Ing of the Siinta Ana Valley Irrigation
company's board of trustees was held
here this afternoon to consider
the purchase of a tract of seventeen
acres of lnnd to be used as an outlet
for waste witter on tho upper part of
the ditch. The land adjoins the com
pany's canal and extends towards the
river. The trustees decided to accept
the offer of E. W. I'yne, granting per
mission to the company for $400, a per
petual right of wny over his land from
the main cartel toward the Santa Ana
river, as an outlet for wasto'watcr and
also for damages to his land from the
late heavy rains. : ■, ■..;,,'■..;
Dr. and Mrs. Hamilton and child left
Tuesday .'for. their ; home at Portland
after an extended stny In Southern
California for the doctor's health..
Herbert O. Williams, Latin teacher in,
the Redlands high school, spent part of
his spring vacation with his sister,
Mrs. 8. M. Craddlck.
Friday was celebrated at the high
school as sub-junior day with an In
teresting program and the presenta
tion of a handsome bulletin board to
the new high school building by the
class of 1908. Miss Wright made the
pre&entatlon speech and Principal Tay
ONLY ONE DIPHTHERIA
CASE ABOARD CHICAGO
Long Beach Health Officer Visits the
Cruiser and Reports No Danger
Special to The Herall.
LONG BEACH, April 11.— Persistent
rumors that there was diphtheria on
board the United States cruiser Chi
cago, at anchor off Long Beach, led
Dr. Harrlman Jones, city health officer,
to visit the ship this morning. He
found that there had been one case but
that there was no fear of contagion.
Captain E. K. Moore of the Chicago
and several junior officers were enter
tained at luncheon at the home of P. E.
Hatch, president of the Long Beach
board of trade. The officers of the
Lon ctngeies, Wednesday, April 12, 1905 -
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This Bonne Femme and Side
Curtains to Match, $3.40
If economy is considered with attractiveness and
service, the offer from our drapery department
for this week may be regarded as an index of the
splendid values to be had. The curtains pictured
are 2 1-2 yards long. The Bonne Femme is 52
inches wide, with a 16-inch ruffle. The side
curtains are 45 inches wide. They come in
Arabian color scrim, with Battenberg edging and
insertion. The Bonne Femme is $1.70; the
side curtains, per pair, $1.70.
-413-5-7 S? MAIN fb^. STREET.
M^ 4-20-2-4- S<? S>PR.\UCbJfr STREET.)
•nuadron will be given n banquet In th«
Hotel Julian. Thurnday evening.
At the annual meeting of the Long
Beach Knell club yesterday officer*
were elected. The club made plans for
a bazaar to be held In the bath hou*«
radlno In the near future. Thl« morn-
Ing the club nent bouquets of flowers
to the warships Chicago and Kenning*
ton, which are nt anchor off Long
llev. and Mrs. H. D. Weaver received
a letter last evening from J. T. Arnold
of I,pi>o, KmisHß, advising them of the
death of his fHther, \V. H. Arnold, who
left I.<ong Reach for Kansas, Saturday,
April 2. Mr. Arnold had been falling
In health for some time.'
SANTA ANA GUN CLUB
Prizes and Added Money Attracting
Sportsmen to Tournament
Fr.-dnl lo Tha Herald.
SANTA ANA, April ll.— The first
soml-nnnual tournament of the'Santu
Ana Gun club will be held nt the club
grounds on West First street on April
25 and 26. The prizes tind added money
amount to $350, and many outslda
Hportsmen are belns attracted to th«
event. There will be thirteen events
Mrs. Lola Cain filed suit for divorce
today from Matthias Cain.
Frank Lewis, who is charged with
taking a team of horses from Roy
Levering of Fullerton on misrepre
sentations, was arraigned today and
pleaded not gultly. His preliminary
will be held Saturday. •
Miss Klva O. Ross xvas married yes
terday, to Alvln E. Selvldge of this city.
TO BUILD CITY HALL
Special to Th« Herald.
REDONDO, April 11.— The city boarJ
of trustees at its meeting last night
directed the city , engineer to make
estimates as to the cost of a new city
hall to be erected on the site at Em
erald street and Benlta' avenue, and
which Is a commanding vleW of the
sea and shore. It is probable that trfo
proposed bond Issue will . be for a
structure not to exceed $20,000. '
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[■Banl! r>Frii<?c substitutes.