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RAVAGES OF LINEMEN TO BE
COUNCIL TAKES UP MATTER
Las Plorea Water Company Holds a
Meeting and Elects Officers and
Directors— Dormitory for :; r- , f.
114 Bast Colorado Street.
PASADENA, .Tune 6.— An important
question to be dealt with by the city
council at its session tomorrow is the
framing of an ordinance to protect
shade trees from the ravages of em
ployea of telephone companies. ,In
many places In the ctly valuable trees
protrude over the sidewalks where it
is necessary to hang wires, and where
the branches are in the way the line
men-have been In the habit of sawing
off the limbs against the protest of
property owners. TJils has been re
sented to such an extent that the city
officials have been obliged to take up
the matter. Acting City Attorney Mc-
Donald and the mayor have held a
conference on the subject,' with the re
sult that an ordinance will be prepared
regulating the^manner In which shade
trees shall be set out and maintained,
as well as regulating the method of
stringing telephone, telegraph or other
wires on the streets.
At the annual meeting of the Las
Flores Water company today R. A.
Chapman was elected president and W.
F. Pier secretary. Other directors
elected are L. N. Dane, E. F. Doak and
j. C. Bernard. The reports of the offi
cers told of an abundant water supply
as a result of the tunnels cut last fall.
Dormitory for Throop
The property at 289 Los Robles ave
nue known as "The Murray" has been
acquired by the trustees of Throop In
stitute for a consideration of $15^000,
end the house will be utilized as a dor
mitory. It contains thirty rooms and
the grounds are suitably adapted for
the purpose. The grounds will be fur
ther improved after possession Is given
about July 1. • The property was pur
chased of C. "VV. Franklin.
": R. H. Ingram, who has been superin
tendent of the Southern Pacific for
some time, was in the city today, ac
companied by H. V. Pratt, who succeeds
him on this division; also Assistant
Superintendent Thomas McCaffrey of
Los Angeles. They inspected the local
yards and railroad property under the
guidance of Station Agent Todd. :
(l Members of the Northeast Improve
ment association, together with their
Tamilles, were guests of Mayor Water
house at his home tqnlght. The mayor
gave an : interesting talk on his obser
vations in Honolulu and other places
he visited in Hawaii, Illustrated with
a stereopticon showing views of mu
nicipal improvements in that thriving
George E. Abbott dislocated his ankle
by a fall from sliding down the pole
ta the .Villa street fire station. He is
a brother of Edwin Abbott, a fireman,
who was showing him the intricacies of
the fire apparatus.
. Harvey ■Klncaid, a 14-year-old youth
who ran away from his home at Long
Beach, was found here by the police
and. will be sent back home.
iA.iv.' Coleman, who disappeared
from this place last Thursday night,
has returned to the Mayfleld boarding
house, thereby relieving the anxiety of
the household. Coleman said he had.
been in Los Angeles, looking for work.
•Rev. Charles H. Hlbbard has been
elected rector of St. Andrew's Episco
pal church of South Pasadena.
The inquest -hearing today failed to
establish the identity of the Mexican
whose body was . found near South
Pasadena Sunday ntornlng, and the
remains were buried in Potter's field.
The Young Women's league will hold
its first regular meeting" in its new
home, 192 East Colorado street, at 7:45
o'clock Tuesday evening.
POLICE DISPUTE COMES UP
AGAIN AT LONG BEACH
Ordinance for Giving Building Site to
Seaside Water Company Pro.
duces Vigorous Discussion -J,v
Bpecial to The Herald."
JLpNqf BEACH, June s.— The city
trustees had a Btormy meeting this
afternoon . In which the old police war
bobbed up again. Patrolman L. W.
Folsom, whose dismissal has been de
manded by City Marshal' J. J. Conklln,
filed a list of < charges agalnpt his bu
: p'erlor, charging, • among .. other ' things',
that he has collected money v for city
licenses without authority and that, he
has sold bicycles taken in '<justody. by
the police department and)appropriat
ed the moneyjto his own use.' Mayor
Eno suggested that tho marshal' h books
be audited to determine whether there
is any foundation for 1 i._Folsom's
charges. . .' V ' '•$• •■ ■
" The ' Ordinance.. Introduced ; last ' week
as an agreement between the city and
Seaside Water company, by which thn
latter agrees to give an 'easement to
the. city. to build its convention hall on
the beach in return for permission to
build ' a private pavilion opposite the
hall, was brought up and precipitated
another controversy. .
■It was filially ' referred to the ordl«
nance and Judiciary committee, Mayor
EJno, declaring that It would never be
adopted with his consent.
'A committee from. the Los Aligeles-
Long Beach Boulevard association,
composed of Long; B#aeh and Compton'
men, will meet In Lo* Angreies tomor«
row afternoon nt 3 o'clock for the pur
pose of organization. The committee
w«g appointed at a meeting of the as
sociation Saturday. It Is compo««d of
George H. Blxby, B. Townsend, J. B.
Meartwell and P. B. Hutch of Long
Beach; J. M. Bheppard and C. H. Res
nlonn of Compton. Two place* have
been left to be filled by the Los An
geles Automobile club and they will
probably be occupied by Dr. Johnson
and Homer Laughlln. Vf
Over 100 Long Beach Elks went to
San Pedro In launches tonight to take
part in the Initiation of the new lodge
at tnat place. A parade was held In
Long Beach before the departure
across the bay. ■ '}.' :
The ease of Captain Harry Palmer,
charged with violating" the city ordi
nances by nelllnfr real estate without a
license, was called in Recorder Chap*
man's office here today. E. C. Denlo,
who appeared for Captain Palmer, said
his client would plead riot guilty and
proceed at once to trial as he wished to
make a test case of the ordinance on
the ground that he as a veteran need
not pay a license.
ARCH AGAIN ERECTED
. . AT SANTA MONICA
Lettering Which Caused So Much
Strife Has Been
Special to The Herald.
SANTA MONICA, June s.— After a
checkered career*- of .less than three
months during which time It has twice
been erected, twice torn down and once
condemned by the board of city' trus
tees, the "Welcome to Ocean Park"
arch Is again in place on Pier avenue,
Santa Monica, but the objectionable
lettering has been, replaced by the
more appropriate salutation "Arch of
Welcome." This arch was built at the
opening of Ocean Park's recent carni
val by the Business Men's association
of that city and it was the Intention to
have It remain as a permanent attrac
tion and improvement, it having a
lavish array of electric lights at its
top and sides that at night Illumined
the center of the town. As the arch
stood on Santa Monica territory, a.de
mand was made that the wording be
changed, which was not heeded, and
resulted In the matter being made the
subject of debate at several stormy
meetings of the city trustees.
Class day will 'be appropriately com
memorated at the local high school to
morrow, the exercises taking place in
the auditorium building. The class of
1905 consists of eight young women and
only one of the opposite sex. An in
teresting program has been arranged
and the public is invited to attend.
Thirteen young women of the Kappa
Nu sorority of Los Angeles are domi
ciled at 13 Grand avenue, having come
down to the beach last Friday for a
Miss Mary W. Young died here to
day at the home of her sister, Mrs., B.
F. Bobo. Funeral services' will be con
ducted at the. .Episcopal church, on
Tuesday at 2 o'clock. Friends are in
vited to^ be present. , Deceased was a
native of Decatur, 111., and was fifty
one years of age. :'\ ,
RIVERSIDE COUNTY HAS
.MILLION DOLLAR CROP
Yield for Season Will Be Far Above
Average — Edward Harpham
In England .
Special to The Herald.
RIVERSIDE, June 6.— The Press to
night prints an array of statistics on
the comtng grain crop of Riverside
county, which in every locality in the
county Is far above the average. The
Press estimates that there will be 40,000
tons of hay, 200,000 sacks of wheat and
nearly 400,000 sacks of barley. This is
a million dollar crop. There are 100,000
acres In grain in the county, which will
produce 2000. cars of grain alone. Wil
liam Newport of Menlfee is the largest
grain operator in the county and he
will harvest 100,000 sacks of grain. The
Kerr Farming company of San Jaclnto
will harvest nearly as much and Fran
cisco Pico will have from 40,000 to 60,000
Edward Harpham, who mysteriously
disappeared from Riverside about three
months ago, has been heard from In
England. He has sent a deed here to
be recorded which transfers to his wife
the home place on the corner of Third
and Mulberry streets. ■. The deed was
acknowledged in Nottingham, England.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Low and
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Reynolds and son
Charley have sailed from New York
for the Mediterranean, where they will
cruise for some time. 2 '
VETERANS GREET KNIGHTS
Governor of Sollders' Home Orders a
Salute for Visitors
Special to The Herald.
SAWTELLB, June 6.— Governor La
Grange of the Soldiers' • Home has de
tailed a squad of veterans to welcome
the Knights of Columbus at Santa
Monica, Tuesday, with a salute by a
park of artillery.
1 Little Humphrey Smith,, who is living
with Wiley Lewis, the dry goods mer
chant, was' seriously injured Saturday
afternoon coming ' down the 'long hill
from the Soldiers' Home, He was in a
push cart with some;'other boys when
It overturned, throwing him on his
face, . ■■'• '
Mudge and Ida Schlnble,
who were married last week, have gone
The party in honor of the birthday
anniversaries of Holden Wiseman and
Roy Putnam enjoyed a dinner at the
beach at Playa del Rey and a dance
lv the evening. .
A petition is in circulation asking
that Weetgate be not incorporated
with Bawteile. ' The petition for incor
porating, Sawtelle takes In Twenty-sev
enth street and Montana street, which
includes all of Westgate. The objec
tion is j that 'it Is too large a territory
to Incorporate at present.
LOS ANGELES 'HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, igoj.
SAN DIEGO TO
BOND ISSUE TO BE VOTED ON
HALF MILLION TO BE SPENT
Annual Normal Institute of Ban Diego
Sunday School Association Con
cludes Its Work After Three
Pporl.nl to The H«rald.
SAN DIEGO, June 6.— Mayor Sehon
has aßixed his signature to the reso
lution of intention to call a special
election on ,the . question of Issuing
$500,000 In bonds for city improvements.
The annual normal Institute of the San
Diego Sunday School association closed
its work this evening after three ses
sions, one held yesterday at National
City and the other two held this after
noon and evening at the Presbyterian
church In this city.
Caswell Connor, the ten-year-old son
of ' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Connor of
Guejlto, was thrown from a horse a
few days ago and It Is feared that a
concussion of, the brain may result,
though the doctors have hopes that he
will pull through. , ; '.' i .
Koadmaster Hall of the Santa Fe has
commenced the work of renewing the
main track of the road through the
city with heavier rails.
The building committee , of the board
of trustees of the First Methodist
church Is .still at work on the plans
for* the church edifice which Is to be
erected at the corner of Ninth and C
streets, and on which the congregation
proposes to spend $55,000 or $60,000.
Another meting Is to be held tomorrow
night to consider them further.
At Its meeting this week the boar.l
of supervisors Is to consider the propo
sition of R. C. Hubbard. an electrical
engineer, who seeks a franchise to in
stall an electric plant at the entrance
of False bay for. the purpose of, util
izing the. tide- power .through a series
of turbine wheels.
Woman Witness Located
The witness In the Whlttler murder
case has been located and Is under
detention at the county jail.' She Is
May. Woodward, and she was seen.run
ning away from the scene of the. murder
when the police officers appeared.
The City council has been asked by
the Bartlett Estate company and others
to provide for the oiling of Twenty
fifth street from N street to the city
park. ' ■ ' ■■■■'■■< ■. ■: ' ;. ' ' .■ i
Major R. H. Rolfe, constructing
quartermaster, has been directed to let
a contract; for macadamizing' the roads'
in Fort Rosecrans Military! reservation,'
and for the laying of cement walks and
gutters., - . ■ fvV..
The fifteenth annual .benefit attrac
tion ;of the local order of Elks will be
gfven at the Isis theater on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday evenings of this
week, when "Der Frelschutz" will be
presented under the direction of Max
The steamer St. Denis from Ensen
ada brings word that the little sloop
Karl, with her lone occupant, Capt.
Lukendal, has been released by the
Mexican officials at San Jos« de Cabo,
and given clearance papers for Maz
atlan. /' - "V
Chairman Klauber of . the committee
on commerce and 1 manufactures .has
recommended that a .suitable- Bight .be
offered to .the Protective Glass Bottle
company if it should decide to establish
its plant In' this city. :
All efforts to recover the ■ body of
Charles Peterson, the well digger who
was caught by a cave-in at the bottom
of a sixty-five foot well on his place
last Thursday, have thus far proved of
no avail. The well Is in a thick strata
of sand, and as fast as jhe men dig
down to the body more of the sanl
COMPANIONS OF FOREST
ENROLLED AT OCEAN PARK
New Court Has Thirty Charter Mem.
bers— Elks Go to San .
Special to The Herald.
OCEAN PARK, June B.— Thirty
charter members were enrolled at the
institution of a companion court to the
local Order of Independent Forresters,
held here this afternoon; T^he new or
ganization will meet at Columbia hall
on Thursday evening, when officers
will be Installed. ' 'r
Klnney hall Is to be the future meet
ing place of the Santa Monica Wood
men of the World. The camp is grow
ing rapidly and now has a member
ship of about 200. . \
A special train took more. than half
the membership of the local lodge of
Elks to San Pedro this evening, where
installation ceremonies were conducted
at: the opening of a lodge of the order.
The local lodge has for more than a
year enjoyed the distinction of being
the Infant lodge anil tonight . relin
quished the honor.
SOCIALIBT PARTY PUTB UP
NOMINEE FOR GOVERNOR
By Associated Press.
PROVIDENCE, R. 1., June B.—War
ren A. Carpentr of Woonsocket was
today nominated for governor of Rhode
Island by the socialist party. James
\V. lllgglns of Washington was nomi
nated for lieutenant governor. 1 .
In 1903 the number of deaths from
plague In India was* i*3.000; in 1904 It wat
1,040,000. ' v . ■ .
Man's . dellt lit— L,aa Palmas cigars.
TWO LEAVE THE
SCHIFF AND CO3LIDGE SEND
INGALLS TO 'FOLLOW SUIT
Head of Kuhn, Loeb *. Co. Writes to
Mr. Alexander Explaining the
Reason for Hl* Re.
By Aosociated Press.
NEW YORK, June 6.— Platis to estab
lish harmony in the affairs of the
Equitable Life Assurance society were
further complicated today by the resig
nation of two more directors, making
five in all who have recently retired
from the board. A dispatch from Bos
ton announced that T. Jefferson Cool-
Idge had tendered his resignation,' to
take effect Immediately. This was fol
lowed by the resignation of Jacob
Schlff, head of the banking house of
Kuhn, Loeb & Co., who has been a
member of the board of directors for
twelve years, j In addition, announce
ment came from Cincinnati that Mel
ville E. Ingalls would also resign. Mr.
Schiff's, resignation was conveyed In the
following letter to President Alexander:
"NEW YORK, June 6, 1905.— James
Alexander, Esq., president of the Equit
able Life Assurance society. Dear Sir:
In view of the proceedings at the meet-
Ing of the board of the directors of the
Equitable Life Assurance society, held
lagt Friday, I feel constrained, after
mature reflection, to tender my resigna
tion as a director of the society, to take
effect at once.
"Throughout the recent controversy I
have studiously refrained from any
action which might add to the compli
cations with which the society has been
struggling: I have .even remained
silent In. the face of many malicious
and baseless statements regarding ths
bustnes transactions between my firm
and the society which have been dis
seminated through your agents, not
withstanding your failure to publicly
disavow amd deny these statemnts, in
stead of sending me (as you have re
cently done), private messages expres
sive'of regret for the Indiscreet and
overzealous actions of your friends.
"The meeting of the directors laßt
Friday ' offered,' It seems, to. me, a
supreme opportunity for rescuing ( the
society from the evil situation into
which it has ben cast by factional.disp
utes and by the conduct of Its officers.
"If you and Mr. Hyde had been able
at the critical moment to rise to the
occasion and had supported. my motion
for the appointment of a committee of
directors consisting of men of national
reputation"" for high;character"and in
dependent Judgment, with authority to
select, a^ chairman' of the board with
plenary powers, a just and effective
reorganization. t pf the management of
the society, and the restoration of pub
llo confidence might have been pos
sible, but you and Mr. Hyde have'per
mitted the psychological moment to
slip by and recognized the movement
only after the disintegration of the
board of directors had been begun and
It was too late to repair the damage
which' had been done. . .
"In view of the present situation it
does not seem likely that there will
be an opportunty for independent ac
tion 'in the board and I have reluct
antly ' come to the conclusion that I
can no longer be of service to the
society by remaining upon Its board
of directors, .of which I have been a
member for twelve years.
"Very truly yours,
"JACOB H. SCHIFF."
YOUNG WOMAN OF SANTA
ANA IS ENTERTAINED
Farewell Party In Honor of Miss El.
vita Snow — Funeral of
W. C. Nagle
By Associated Press.
SANTA ANA, June 6.— Miss Elvtta
Snow was the guest of honor Saturday
evening at a farewell party given for
her at the home of Miss Florence Mul-
Unlx on North Main' street. The affair
was planned by a number of girl
friends. Games were played through
out the evening and refreshments were
served. ■< ■ .
An attempt was made Saturday even
ing to hold up J. A. Hunke^r on East
First street as he was returning home
from his bicycle store. He eluded the
would-be hold-up by 'sprinting away
on his wheel. ,
POLICE SUSPECT MURDER
Man Found Dead on the Street of San
By Associated Press.
SAN DIEGO, Cal., June 6.—Circum
stances point to foul play In the deatb
of a stranger named Whlttler, who was
found dead in the street In the lower^
part of. town Saturday morning. A
woman. May Woodward, has been ar
rested on suspicion of knowing circum
stances which may lead to a solution
of the mystery. She says she saw the
body lying in the street Friday night,
with blood flowing from the mouth
and three men, one of whom she knew
as Ryan, standing near. Ryan has been
arrested and released on tEOOo'batl. It
was the opinion of the officials, at first,
that.Whlttler died from natural causes,
but the police now believe that he was
Edward Doyle, the blind . poet . of
New Yprk, has JUBt teaued his third
book. He is 60 years old, and has been
sightless for thirty-seven years.
CRISIS OFJIRLHOOD :!
A TIME OF PAIH AND PERIL ■
Mlsa Kmma Ool« Bays that LyrtlA IS J',
Plnkfaam'6 VegetablA Compound hn.i < .
Bav«d Hsrtiife and Made Her Well J
I How many, lltei of beautiful young «•« •
girls hare been sacrificed just as they %
wet« rlpenlnff into womanhood 1 How a
many lrreffularitfas or displacement* Q
have been developed at this Important z
period, resulting in years of suffering 1 4
fjtiisjiimma Cole \ <>
Girls' modesty and oversensitlyeness ♦
often puzzle their mothers and baffle 4
physicians, because they withhold their *
confidence at this critical period. h
A mother should come to her child's T
aid and remember that Lydla R. Pink- 4
ham's Vegetable Compound will at this J
time prepare the system for the coming ] J
change and start the menstrual period |
in a young girl's life .without pain or P
irregularities. ■ ■ • £
Miss EmmaColeof Tullahoma, Tcnn., 9>
Dear Mrs. Plnkhani!— »
" I want to tell you that lam enjoying bet- *
ter henlth than I have for years, and I owe J
It all to Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com- 5
" When fourteen yoars of age I suffered al- ■
most constant pain, and for two or three '
years I hud soreness and pain in my side, ►
headaches and was dizzy and nervous, and ,
doctors all failed to help me. ■ '■ '; '< ,
" Lydla E. Pinkham 's Vegetable Compound h
was recommended, and after taking it my >
health began to improve rapidly, and I think '
it saved my life. Isincerely hope my experi- J
ence will be a help to other ftf rls who are pass-
Ing from girlhood to womanhood, for I know >
your Compound will do as much for them."
If you know of any young pirl who is ',
sick and needs motherly advice ask her '
to write Mrs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass.. |
and she will receive free advice which ,
will put her on the right road to astrong, ■
healthy and happy womanhood. \
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SIGNrFICANCE OF TOTEMS j
Tribal Emblems Used in Alaska,. Sa. i
■ moa and North America (
It is Interesting to note that totem- j
ism is found, not only in Alaska, but j
among the , North American .Indians. ■
the aborigines of Australia, the Hotten- i
tots of "Africa and even the hill tribes of i
India. Totems are also common among j
the Samoans. i
: Broadly, the totem Is the badge of h '
clau or tribe, but It signifies a great j
deal more than mere political or social" '
alliance. It is not only a tribal sym-
bol of nationality, but also an expres-
sion of religion;, not simply a bond of
union among primitive peoples, but
also a regulator, of marriage laws nnd
of other social Institutions, says a wrlt :
er in the June Housekeeper. A totem
has been defined as "a clasg of material
objects which a savag-e , regards with .
superstitious respect,, .believing that t
there exists . between him ■ and ■ every ]
member of the class an intimate and i
special relation."- . J
Among 1 the Ojibway Indians there are i
no fewer ' than twenty^three different j
totems. Nine of! these are quadrupeds, I
marking . out, the wolf, the . bear,; the J
beaver and other clans, eight are birds, i
five are fishes and one is the snake. (
Some extraordinary supei-stltions re- j
garding totems prevail in siamoa. Thus, |
it is believed that if a Turtle-man eats j
of a turtle, he will grow very HI and I
the voice of the turtle will be heard In j
his inside saying: "He ate me; I am I
killing him." If a Banana-man uses a '
banana leaf for a cap he becomes bald, j
If a Butterfly-man catches a butterfly, j
It strikes him dead. If a Fowl-man j
eats a fowl,' delirium and death result. |
And so on— all going to show that the j
totem has something of the quality of i
a fetich as well as the significance of a ]
family emblem. . I
Regarding totemlsm, it is to be noted |
that the relation of mutual help and i
protection includes dlso the totem . It- ]
self; that is to say, if a man takes i
care of his totem, he expects the totem i
to return the compliment. If the to- j
tern Is a dangerous animal, It must not |
hurt his clansmen. The Scorpion-men j
of Senegambia declare that the most i
deadly scorpions will l'un over their \
bodies without hurting them. There ,
is a Snake clan In Australia which ]
holds to a similar belief. Among the i
Crocodile' clan of the Bechuanas if a J
man is bitten by a crocodile, or. even j
has water splashed on him by one, he ]
Is expelle-fl from the clan as one es- j
teemed unworthy by the totem. !
" A babe in the house is a well-spring
of pleasure " if he is properly fed and
well nourished, then he is happy and
"everybody is happy."
Your baby will be healthy and happy
and, a well-spring of pleasure, if you
will give him Mellin's Food.
Sample bottle sent free of charge.
H.llln'. rood If *h. ONLY Infants*
K«od. which received the Gr*nd Prii*.
thi hlihttt award of the LauliUiw Pur.
ch«e E*poiiilon. St. LouU, 1904. High-
er than a gold medul.
MELLINS FOOD CO., BOSTON, MASS.
Curtis ParK Tract
ttth and Compton. Cement walks, curb*.
• tr.eU (traded, oiled, flnlihed. . tota 40x131.
SUOi <Caa you beat tbtat A«nl on tract.
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