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AROUND THE TOWN
Th«^H»r«ia will p*r $1» tn e««h t« ««»
pn« fnrnl«hin« «vld«nc« that will I«*4 <"
th« arr«»t and ■ eonvlotlon of »ny p«r»««
eaucht itcallnc eople* of Tha H«rald from
th<» »"""••• «> nur >** °THB KBRALD.
Ptr.in««rn *f« Invltsfl to Tlilt tti* «*MMt
tit California producti at tha Chamb«r of
Ctmmma tnilfdlng, on nronrtwur. b«tw«»n
rir«t «n«t S«cnnd atr*«ta, wh*r» fre« lnft>r>
matlbn will b* «lTcn on all iubj«ot« p«r«
ttlnlns to thin ««etlon.
LIVE CITY AGENTS
WHO SELL THE HERALD
IN LOS ANGELES
lIOTKI, YAW NUTS nnOAOtVAY news
■Unit, 410 South Jtronilwar, cltf.
noTUii NATICK news stand, 110 West
Klr«< olrcpf. cltr.
lIOTISI. IIOLI.MMII3CK neTTR staad,
"Serond and Spring xtreetii, rlty.
n. v. GAnDNion, aos south Bprtaic
! utreet, rtty.
IIOTKI. ANGBI.VS »™> Klnnil, eoraer
Fourth nnd Bprlng Mlreetn, city.
iro'l'Hl, WESTMINSTEII new* stand,
corner Fonrth nnd Mnln ■«rret«, rltr.
HOTBI/ ItOSBLYN, 437 t South Slain
■ ■ street. pltr<
n. A. nOHN, BIS Sonth Sprlac atreet,
MONTOOMBTIY A TOWB, corner Sereath
" ' and nroailvniy.
RAMONA nooK COMPANT, SOT West
Fifth mirrrt, rlty.
It. XV. COI.UXS, (Kl3 South Main street,
■ city. -i-f«"
J. HAWAII, Hotel Lunkerrtim ««m
ntnnil, corner Seventh and Broadway,
KBW BRA lIOOK COMPANY, «31 Sonth
nrondway, city, • ..
HOLMES BOOK COMPAWY, 441 Sonth
Mala atreft, city.
HOTEIi l lV A iik.a V newa atand, corner
F"lr«t and Spring dtrceta. olty.
OLIVER & IIAINICS, 108 South Spring;
« ■' atrret, city,
IIOTKI, VAN NUTS «m ataad, Fourth
nnd Mnln mtrrrtn, cltr.
R. E. MOORE!, 1023 Paiindena aye. n
H. •■ SIOLIIf 0, . corner Seventh and Hill
FREEMAN LISCOMBH COMPANY, Six
■ teenth and Main atreeta. city.
MR. ' HARMON, 104 North Daly atreet,
'■•■ pity. • ■■■■'-,' ■ ' ■ ''■''■■
MR. OANSEIRT, corner Seventh and
-• ■ Alvarado ntrretii, city.
MR*. KORBBLL, 1808 ICnut Flrat atreet,
F city. '••-■•
BANKS *' GREEN, 1900 South Main
I'-i-.-etreet, city. ■ ■
.HOLMES BOOK COMPANY, 387 South
■■" Main atreet, pity.
: M. A. RENN. 01S Enat Fifth atreet, city.
|N. m L.OENNBCKER, 251 Eaat Fifth
■'<•"■• atreet, city. ■ ■...■.•■■
«. WETIIIiiHLI,, 2448 South Mala
'•" atreet, city. ■ '•...■■.■ ■ ' .•• •• ;■'■''
B. AMOS, 814 Went Seventh atreet, city.
M. JOPR, B2» Went Seventh ntreet, city.
O. SAKELARES, 815 North Main atreet,
"fcclty. i'« -.'
JACOB MORTRNSEN, 812 No. Mnln St.
HBINRY PORATH, 023 Centrnl Aye.
A. . S. RALPH, 117 Commercial St.
W. L. SIIOCKI.r.Y, 1M No. Main St. ■'
MAX ROTH CIGAR CO., 100 South Main
i *»atreet, city. . . - «
J. B. ALLEN, 1040 Bnat Flr«t atreet.
].Al>n A STORY, 2133 Eaat Flrat street.
C. TATK, 2SOO Kniit Fourth atreet.
*V PHELPS, 172« Enat Seventh atreet.
M. J. ALLEN, 2100 Eaat Ninth atreet.
J. r>ILERNIA,WO4 Eaat Ninth atreet.
A. METZGER. 310 Mnat Ninth atreet. J
MR. CDTBUSH, corner Eaat Flrat aad
' Utah . atreeta. ' ■ :
F. ■ DEHMLOW. 2«02 Went Pico street.
NORFOLK STOVE CO., 2003 West Pico
t*4 atreet. •■:■><
A. CLARK. 2072 Weat Pico atreet.
tt. M. LAYTON, corner Pico and Uobson
E. ;. B. BURLINGAME, 2815 West Pico
'-"■ afreet. •■■ ■•■•.." • ' • ' ' ■
J. H. CREW, 3IW vTeat Washlnßton
'A:ELMSTEAI>, 2020 South Mnln atreet.
M. STRICKLIN, 20R3 Snnta Fe avenue.
H. C. ABLE, r.34 Eaat Fifth atreet.
A. M. DUFF, Twenty-Hrat atreet and
■■■■- Maple avenue. -■• ■ .'..■■■-.
J.K. DITKB, 2020 Central avenue.
DAVIS * SATCHELL, 105 North Boyle
-'"*'■■ avenue. '■ — ■ '- ; : .'-' ' '
T.. J. HOUSE, 2001 Eaat Main street.
J. VALDEZ, IS2O En«t Main atreet. '
MRS. -W. ;STANFIEI.D, 430 -, College
;''• <■:• atreet. ■■■■
JF. SCHWARZENDHL, 840 Buena VUta
.;■ afreet. ■ __^ . .' :
I Christian Church Reception '
;£'A ; reception will be given at the' new
Magnolia, Avenue Christian church thin
evening, . when the church will bo
opened for inspection. A short program
will; be rendered.
| : Decrees of divorce ■were granted yes-
VV.terday" in : the petitions of Dine Paul
■• /son ; ; against Christian Paulson and
■j * Carrie ? C. "a Jones against William C.
AVjones. <Both women charged their hus
ii 4 bands with desertion. ', :
j.Thrown From Cart .. .;
v-- r »>iWhlle ' endeavoring . to ; drive a one-
I horse ■ cart and lead another horse to
hlsishop to be shod, George Brlmstcn
of ; 3925 ' Pasadena avenue collided with
a'vehlcle'and was thrown from the cart
and sustained injuries about the head.
He, was removed to the receiving hos
pital] from the scene of the accident at
Ninth 'and Hope streets.
Dr. 1 Glass' Brother Dead
11 * telegram has been received In Los
Angeles announcing the death of Wil
liam Glass, brother of Very Rev. Dr. J.
S.J Glass, C. M., president of St. Vin
cent's /college, at the family home at
Bedalla, ' Mo., last Tuesday. 'Dr. Glass
went east to attend the Cathollo Educa
tional association and > was at the bed
side of his brother at the time of Ills
death. •. .; ■; ■■ , -,
TENDERS HER COLLECTION
TO BTATE OF ILLINOIS
By, Associated Press. - ■
. „ SPRIJgpPIELD, 111., July 20.— 1n a
letter ';' received by Governor
Mrs. John A. Logan has formally ten
dered ''the valuable . historical ' collec
tion'; owned by, her to the state of Il
linois. The collection, which is closely
connected > with the life of General
John A. Logan and the -history of . the
country; and the state, is .now in
Memorial ' hall •at Mrs. Logan's house
in i Washington. , . . . .'•;
BTREET CAR CABEB ARE
SET FOR HEARING TODAY
; Police •'• Judge , Chambers will . today
ii hear the ! second case , brought ' against
I' 'the^li'os, Angeles Interurban ; company
oin the charge of obstructing the street*
by operating freight cars. The defense
of the company" will be that the opera
tion pf freight cars is not an obstruction
of the 'i streets as contemplated In the
Bectlon under which , the city is proceed
ing against the company.. ■
I ROB HOTEL QUEST OF
VALUABLE STICK PIN
:; .Thieves broke Into 'the. trunk of E.
M, McGillin at tho'Angelus hotel and
stole a stick plu valued at $175.' * Just
when the theft was committed, k Mr,
McOillln was' not certain. ', On ".. Sunday
he placed the ; pin \ln , the ' trunk and
' when ■he went to ; get ; It ' Wednesday It
had ; disappeared. ,; The matter, has been
placed in the hands of the. police.
; You merely have, to light It, it does the
re*t— Las Pal mas cigar. , ■ , i
BY HER BROTHER
GIRL SHOWS SCARS MADE BY
TELLS HER STORY TO JUROBS
Little Zoblana Gervals Appears at a
Witness Against Member of Her
Own Family, but Begs to
Be Sent Home
With her sturdy little legs. bared,
showing the scars where . the cruel
rawhide whip had bitten deepest, little
Zoblana Gervals, prosecuting witness
against her brother, who Is 'charged
with criminal cruelty, yesterday stood
before a Jury In Judge Smith's court
and although her wounds had scarcely
healed begged that she be sent back to
her home to live and be happy with
that same brother.
The little girl proved one of the most
peculiar witnesses ever called to the
stand in the criminal department and
with her great, brown mysterious eyes,
glancing first toward the prosecuting
attorney and then toward her, brother,
she proceeded to answer the questions
with the embarrassing truthfulness of
When the youngster marched into
the court room yesterday afternoon
during the trial of /William Gervals she
looked as though she were going to
her brother but she was taken to the
opposite side of tbe court room. When
her turn came to testify the court
ngijln met with a difficulty In trying
to ascertain whether the child under
stood the nature of an oath.
"Do you •go to Sunday school?"
asked Judge Smith, as the diminutive
little miss seated herself comfortably
In the great witness stand and allowed
her feet to swing over the edge of the
chair. ' '
"No, go to church," came the laconic
"Do you know . It is wrong to tell
something that is not true?"
"Yes, it Is wrong. I don't know why,
but I>guess It's a sin, that's all."
"All right; swear the witness," re
marked the Judge, and the child raised
her • little right hand while the clerk
solemnly read the pledge of truthful
ness. ■ ' : '
"Well, I guess I am here because
ray brother whipped me," testified the
child under cross examination. *, "On
the day I was, whipped my sister sent
me to the store to buy some ribbons. I
had fifteen cents change 'but I lost it
and told my sister the store man had
not given me the change. I knew I was
going to be whipped anyway arid so I
Just , told that story as a chance.' 1 a
" "My sister ( told me ;to go back and
get ' the ■ money, but the store ' was
closed so after sweeping the house' and
wiping the dishes ... I went 'to bed.
Pretty soon my brother came up from
his work' and made jme get up. He
never said anything but ' started to
beat me with 1 the rawhide. ' I begged
him not to beat so hard because I was
bleeding but he kept on and then my
sister came up. She stayed about two
minutes and then went away and my
brother started to beat some more. '
"Beat : Me' Pretty j Hard"
■ "Yes, he beat me pretty hard," tes
tified the youngster, but true and loyal
to her relation, added "but he has al
ways been a good brother and has
made money. for me and my two sis
ters and I would like to go back home
and live with him." ■ »
"Why would ' you like ;. to return
home?", asked the attorney". "Are you
not fond of the House of the , Good
. ' "They are mean to me there," an
swered ; the j child, "and . I don't j have
a good time at all."
;' "The next day J after the whipping,"
continued the youngster, "I was play
ing out ! on the street when a g lady
across : the street called me 1 over and
examined j ray legs and then called in
the neighbors to see the cuts and
bruises on them. I wanted to go back
home but they said that if I did I
would be killed. They sent me to the
hospital where the doctor rubbed some
good . smelling stuff on j the sore spots
and | then they sent me out to some
home • where :I: I didn't : have a/g ood
Shows Cruel Scars
■ The child then took down her stock
ings at the order of the court and
standing on a chair before the Jury
ppinted ; out which scars j had . been
made by the beating.
The brother, who is an iron worker
at the Llewellyn Iron works, took the
stand in his own behalf in the after
noon and told the court that his little
sister had been taking small sums of
money given her by trades people in
change and had kept it Instead of tak
ing it to her' sister. For this reason,
he said, she had been so severely dis
': Former Humane Officer Webb, who,
It* is said, was removed from office be
cause of his leniency toward Gervals,
was the next to testify. He explained
that he had been lenient because "the
child had | proved refractory and be
cause the young man had taken care
of . his , three sisters for . many years
pant and was doing more than a man's
. The case will go to the Jury today.
MEN'S CLUB HAB ELECTION
AND PLANB NEW BUILDING
; The Men's club of 100 members of
Christ Episcopal church met last even- 1
Ing at the church and elected the fol
lowing officers: Itev. Baker P.;? Lee,
rector, president; ■ George W. Parsonß,
vice president; Thomas Wool wine, sec
retary ; , S, jS. Lanjdon, treasurer. The
club is planning to build a club house
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY it, 1905.
GIRL SHOWS SCARS INFLICTED BY BROTHER WITH RAWHIDE
JEWISH COMMUNITY PAYS
TRIBUTE TO LIFE OF HAY
SPECIAL MEMORIAL SERVICEB
Rabbi Isidore Myers Delivers a Ser
mon in Which He Tells of the
Great Debt of Gratitude Owing by
Israelites to Dead Statesman
A tribute of reverence of the late
John Hay, secretary of state, was paid
by the Jewish community ., of Los An
geles last evening at the synagogue
of Beth Israel on North Olive street.
The synagogue ■ was draped in jj black,
with the American and Zionist flags in
terwoven. : The' Zionists attended in a
body. • , ';.■■' ■ ■. ■, ..
| ; Rabbi ' Isidore Myers I delivered ; the
memorial sermon and said In part: -
"We are prompted to place an offer
ing of reverence, affection and grati
tude upon the grave of John Hay. '.'His
death Is mourned by America as a 'na
tional bereavement' because he was one
of her most faithful sons, manifesting
by his life the grandeur and nobility of
a true American character. . • .
|. "Loyal and devoted to his own coun
try, he had a heart that overflowed with
the i milk of human kindness. Ail men
loved ' him | because he j loved all men.
But . we Israelites j owe | him a special
debt of gratitude for championing 'the
cause of the. oppressed members of our
race. ; Students of Jewish history know
that the Jews forgive a foe, but never
forget : a friend, and the memory of
John Hay will be enshrined In Israel's
heart and be cherished by future gener
ations.". ■■■'-, .' •
The following program was rendered:
Opening prayer, Rev. M. Zlellonkaj
psalm 15 (English), Kaspare Cohn, pres
ident B'nal B'rlth; (Hebrew), B. Forer,
president congregation Beth Israel; ad
dress, George N, Black; psalm
brew), Rev. H.Werner; (English), Rev.
A.iArndt; sermon, Rev. Isidore Myers,
rabbi "Beth Israel; : memorial prayer
(Hebrew), Cantor I. M. Lubel, (English)
Rev. M. G. Solomon; kaddlsh or prayer
for the dead/- Rabbi I.. Myers; prayar
for the .government, . Rev. A. Myers;
NUMEROUS ROBBERIES ARE
REPORTED TO THE POLICE
Three Victims Make Complaint . of
Losses of .Valuables, but Unable
to Furnish Clews . V .'■'.< . '
Burglars effected an entrance to the
home of W. H. Shoemaker, 620 North
Grand avenue, ' Wednesday ; night and
stole a diamond from a dresser drawe.*.
No clew to the identity of the thieves. '
While, answering a telephone call on
Saturday night G. H. Gibbs, employed
in the . mailing, room of the Times-
Mirror company, lost a watch,' which
was stolen from the wall where he
placed' It a few minutes previously. ',
Taylor Williams ' of : room * 8, :, Belasco
Theater building,' reported to the police
yesterday ,' that a valuable ,' ruwh'de
bridle -belonging to him was stolen
Wednesday night from" the alley at tho
side of the Burbank theater.
YOUNG WOMAN SWINDLES
. MERCHANT IN A TRADE
Detectives Searching 'for Mis» Who
Bought Bicycle and Gave Fictl.
: tlous Address
"I would like to trade In my old wheel
on . this • one," said a demure ': looking
miM to J..T. Chick, a bicycle dealer of
631 South , Broadway, as she ' pointed ; to
a new Racycle Tuesday, afternoon.^/..,',*,
V; Haying; ' arranged the ' terms, which
were that her Bister would call with thi
old wheel and pay the balance, she left.
When Mr. Chick became apxlous he
looked to , see who lived at 635 South
Flgueroa street ' and ' found that 'there
is no such number. | The detectives are
now looking for the girl. -
METROPOLITAN CLUB IS
/Informality marked . the opening of
the Metropolitan club at 535 South
Broadway last night. The club received
its charter July 13 and 'has 142 names
on , its membership ; rolls. The ' officers
are: S. J. Ryker, i president; ■S. • "W.
Glbbs, first vice president; O. M. Thrig,
second vice , president;! J. Joraleman,
secretary; Thomas Munro, treasurer.'
EXPRESS CAR COLLIDES V^' : •
WITH BPRINKLING CART
: An •. express car 'on the I Pasadena
line collided with a,' sprinkling . cart
yesterday afternoon : near Avenue .. 34,
damaging both slightly. ! None of the
crews on , cart or car was injured. An
argument between the | mntnrman ' and
the cart driver,' however.Vpromised for
a time . to result in bloodshed. *
COOKING WITH GAS
Miles of pipes on sparsely-
inhabited streets and gas at
90 cents a 1000! It never
was done before,
BY EVERY TE«Sw^
are our famous So-E-Z (tn «asy to
■the foot) Shoes. In this make you
get more for your money than any
other Bhoe we know of.
If you appreciate ease, style, com-
fort and durability, try a pair.
$3.50 and $4.0G
t EVERY' DOLLAR of saving and
profit belongs to its policy-holders, in-
creasing the value of their policies
or reducing tho cost of their insur-
ance. Dividends left with ' the com-
pany, to accumulate are credited, with
compound Interest (present rate . - 4
per cent). Payable at maturity (by
death or otherwise) in addition to the
amount' named in the policy. Or may
be withdrawn at any, time, without' ef-
fect ' upon ; the surrender values ' for
which tho policy, provides.
Send tor particulars. JOSSS*
, General Agent.
. 606 Byrne Bldg.
Mi Silk Waists at a Ma-
VQi^gfcJg^ The collection includes white and black Japanese silk
r\ Im waists in a most diversified series of open back and
Q Crjl open front styles, with round or square yokes, ■which
are formed of tucks and openwork Swiss embroidery,
detachable, for ease, in laundering ; all new and stylish models,
worth $8.50, on sale at Six Dollars each. ,
Summer Underwear Belts to Order
Women's light weight, white balbriggan rib- We display in -a show windowi
bed union suits of the Ypsilanti brand, very several of the styles of belts manti-
! fine quality, tape and crochet finish ; low factured by us. Orders may be left ;
neck and sleeveless ; knee length. Choose for these, and prices will be found^;
between fronts open or closed, from regular most reasonable.
$2.50 values for $1.75, and $2.25 values at . t
I Vests for summer wear— being low necked , VVOHClCrtlllv'
and without sleeves, in plain, and fancy ■>'■: T| :;-Vv-i> -»i» i; 'v
e i ects -<M 99 f c cot^ii 50 . cc i to 7?l T^n of lisle> : Neckwear- Values
50c to $1.75 ; of silk, $1.75 to $3.50. .
Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh vests/ union One of the ' largest assortments
suits, pants and drawers for infants and in washable and fancy neckwear ever ■;
children, in every size. shown in Los Angeles. These are :
NOT styles whose ;'"■'_:'.•. :.'.'_!:
sale has to be forced ffi&'l<i'fi
Suede Lisle Gloves S; t r^ g s s^ |¥»
A good assortment in cream, white, mode, very choicest pieces , ']Kj|w^fl
gray, black and champagne ; $I.2s 'qualities —stocks, turnovers : ,MsRlf*S
for 50c. and bows,* in value .^^S^»3^ 1
Silk gloves in black, linen, pongee, gray, ranging from 50c to ' JwSmllß?''
tan, some browns and a few whites ; $1 and j-^.25 vZSgSISr^-"
$1.25 qualities for 50c. ' vT^W I
All gloves fitted. At. 25c Each Tf . * ;J
While building your house, be sure and
in every room. .They are beauties 1
Call and see them and arrango for,
gas- supply, at 'our 'new office and
store, m So. Hill street.
Peoples Independent Gas
C. FA. LAST
■ ■ '■■;■ ' ' rnn ■ . . .
Pure Wines, Whiskies
and Liquors for Use
, During your summer outing '
and you will never purchase
The price is regulated by*
the age and quality; satisfac-
tion in both guaranteed.
cTMail orders given prompt
and careful attention.
Both Phones Main 38
, 129-131 North Main Street
LOS ANGELES. CAL
Coron wo Ten t. City
Two trains daily each way, . leaving . Los ' t/lngcles at 8:45 [a. n| and Y 2:25 p.; m.
Special train Saturday at 5:05 p. m.; , returning leaves San Diego ', Sfiday at 6:45 p. m.
TENNIS TOURNAMENT July 24^ to 29th
Under direction Coronado ' Country Club.
Tent City fa an Ideal Place to Spend Your Summer Vacation. AH Modern Conveniences
See E. W. c^cQEE, C P. and T. A., 200 SOUTH SPRING STREET
Hotels; ib(l ■ JMcK lcs(p>||i
Change in Time Bt " mtn LeaTcy s ' n pcdro \\ K *~* t
; Extra Service Beginning '■ J*™^
lr -I July 15th .. j •- ; --...■ lOiOO a. m.; lO«0O «. m.
■■*» ■• t ■ ••-. •••• ' . • liis p. m. lilS p. m.
Santa Catalina Island | "■"
• . For leaving, time from ' Los Angrolea
STEAMERS HERMOSA see Southern Pacific, Salt Laka or
t^ND CABRILLO Paclflo Electric time cards. - . . -
Daily Concerts by Our FAMOUS MARINE BAND.
ISLAND VILLA HOTEL^-European Plan. , ../-.'
' HOTEL MKTROPOLE^American Plan. : ■
; BANNING CO., Huntlngton Building , ...;.BothPhonss36^
fountain tytew Resort^
The best camp In the San Gabriel canyon! Good lights. Splendid muslo. ; Plenty of,
shade. Good accommodations. Rates reasonable. Booklet on request...-. Address.
HATES POTTER. Azusa, Cal. : ,
ya * /D * ■' t. ST ;15J Glfantic BlrdsS
; stock of Ostrich Feather Goods In America for sala at producer's pricea. ; . .
Q/rd 47$ i North Beach/ Santa; Monica;
IUL/QLFffli *J^lM7l@Q Filled fresh eyery^ day and' heaUd]tora,"
(i/iv w* *««■ i=r . »»»»a^y »• temperature of 85 degrees. Unrivaled and;
absolutely safe surf bathing. Now la the most beautiful season of the year at tha
Cafe SBristoi Business Lnnches Dinners Complete^
After-Theater Refreshments - - Room tor 1200 '
<T7\ /■ j ffififi) „ f ff~ ' Up-to-Date Restaurant '
U>el r-f/fonte, Uawern ;.; 219-221
THE HERALD WANT ADVERTISEMENTS BRING BEST* RESULTS^