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WARRANTS ISSUED FOR THREE
COURSING CASE CONTINUED
Patadsna People Plan Benefit Per
formance to Aid Engineer George
P. Luce, Who Is Permanently
114 Cast Colorado Street.
PASADENA, Aug. 10.— A warrant ls
eued by Justice Congdon today calls
for the arrest of Ralph Bandlnl of Ban
Pasqual street, upon complaint of Con-
Btable Rivera of Kedlands. Bandlnl Is
accused of having killed a deer con
trary to the game laws of the county.
While hunting In the mountains near
Beven Oaks, Bajidlni, L. H. Cooper and
C. C. Lebas, It Is charged, shot deer
on or about August 1 or 2, contrary to
the game laws. Tho parties have all
been served with notice of arrest and
they say they do not fear the out
'Again has the Arcadia coursing
cases been continued and the trial of
Henry Lyon set for today did not come
up. This time the prosecution failed
to be ready, but it was a valid excuse
given, as tha chief witness, President
N.W . Zimmer of the Los Angeles Hu
mane society, Is 111 In a hospital, where
he. will undergo a surgical operation.
The Lyon case Is now set for Septem
! I The benefit performance in aid of En
gineer George P. Luce will be given
B-t the Family theater on Tuesday even-
Ing, August. 15.' Among those to par
ticipate are Chauncy Chenoweth, Miss
Lillian Callander, George Stanley, Mrs.
Charlotte Ralston, Harry W. Maloney,
Miss Lulu Margaret Myers, Fred Carr
and the Crorwn City band. It is an
nounced that Mr. Luce will never again
be able to resume his run as a locomo
.Miss Sophia Palmer of Rochester, N.
T., ■Is spending a few days jln Pasa
dena, She Is editor of the American
Journal of Nursing, published In the
Interest of trained nurses.
,G. E f Grler, manager of the Pasa
dena Canning company, ' will have a
hearing in police court tomorrow morn-
Ing to answer to a charge of assault
preferred by C. E. Hall, an employe of
the factory. .
.Mrs. Jessie Pierce, Misses Pauline
La Plant, Beulah Woodbury and Char
lotte La Plant left today to spend sev
eral veeks at Ocean Park.
G. L. Legakes, the Greek who Is
charged with breaking Sam Wallis*
arm. by striking him with a gun, will
have a preliminary hearing before
Judge Congdon tomorrow morning;. The
amount of his cash ball was placed at
$750. Hellotis, the companion of Le
grakes, put up a $25 cash bond for his
Temperature at Coronado yesterday 70.
OF HUENEME DEAD
Judge Frederick W. Gerberding Passes
Away After Illness of Many
Bpedal to The Herald.
"VENTURA, Aug. 10.— Judge Frederick
W. Gerberding of Hueneme died at hia
home at that place Tuesday night, after
(suffering for many months. Mr. Ger
berding was 56 years of age and was
on old resident of this county and since
1884 has been Identified with the busi
ness Interests of T. R. Bard. Prior to
this time he held a responsible position
with Bradstreet's Commercial agency
In San Francisco. He Is survived by a
widow, one son and two daughters.
Nelson Mickel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
G. N. Mickel of Ventura avenue, was
eeverely hurt on the wharf yesterday.
The big oil boat Asuncion had just tied
up and the boy, who was barefooted,
was standing near the edge of the
wharf. As the boat swung out to sea
one of the large ropes came down on
the boy's foot, nearly cutting It off.
Only the quick action of the sailors
laved the foot.
An examination of the money drawer
taken from the ruins of the Cottage
hotel at Santa Paula showed that over
130 had been taken before the lire. The
landlady, Mrs. Parßons, was away at
the time and the origin of the fire re
mains a mystery.
A week at Coronndo 117.50.
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BOARD OF MISSIONS
Long Beach Child Succumbs to Teta-
Special to The Herald,
LONG BEACH, Aug. 10.— The ses
llons of the Christian Women's board
if missions -were continued at the
Christian church convention today.
Rev, Hall L,. Calhoun delivered the
fourth of his addresses on missionary
work. The devotlonals ] were led by
Mrs. W. J. de Long of Boyle Heights,
Los Angeles. An address on "Mexico"
was made by Mlhs, Bertha C. Mason,
•tate secretary /of Texas. The young
people's department occupied the after
noon session, Superintendent Anne W.
.Mary Page, aged 10, died this morn-
Ing at the home of her parents at Six
teenth , street and American avenue
from tenaus. Several days ago she
Itepped on a rusty nail, which caused
the disease and her death after great
'. Building- Inspector Hlncks today Is
tuert reports on buildings built and al
tered In ldo4 and the. flmt *ev*n month*
of IMS, the. figure* beln* us follow*:
Total new buildings 1904, 594, cost. $«7R,
763; 1905, 291, cost, $455,9(!4.60; alter
ations to buildings 1904, M 3, cost, $41,
$94; 1905, / 95, cost; |24,19«.R0. Total
buildings moved l»04, 1«9, cost, 19,857;
1905, 101, tiwt, *fi.184.
Corenarto In nlw«v« cnol and comfy.
"given examining trial
Sawtclle Man Gives Ball In Attempted
Rprrinl to The Herald.
SAWTELLE, Au#. 10. — Clifford
Lanffrton, for whose arrest on a charge
of RARRtilt with attempt to murder a
warrant wa* Issued last tiecember upon
complaint of Holla Orannls. waa found
and taken Into custody Tuesday by
Constable Laird of this place and ar
raigned before Justice. Jenness of Santa
Monica yesterday morning. II« wa«
held for preliminary examination on
August 16, his bnll being fixed at $600.
' Traffic wrs begun Tuesday on the
Westgate branch of the Los Anßoles-
Paclflo electric road and cars are now
running from Sawtelle to Westgate by
way of the Soldiers' Home, thence to
Santa Monica. 'W
Mr. and Mrs. Xh Tnung and son of
San Bernardino nre the guests of Mrs.
Harris this week. "■-,.
The Sawtelle school board will hold
an election tomornfw and tho question
of voting a tax to raise money to fur
nish additional school facilities will be
submitted. It will be necessary to raise
$1000 for this purpose and to maintain
school in this district.
A week at Coronado $17.60.
VICTIM IS BURIED
FREDERICK MUELLER INTERRED
AT POINT LOMA
He Is Slxty.Sjxth Person to Die as
Result of the Disaster — Veteran
Ball Players Issue Challenge to
Any San Diego Team
Special to The Herald,
SAN DIEGO, Aug. 10.— The remains
of Frederick Mueller, the sixty-sixth
and it is hoped the last of the victims
of the Bennington disaster, were buried
today at the national cemetery on top
of Point Loma, the services being con
ducted by Chaplain Arthur W. Stone
of the flagship Chicago. A squad from
Fort Rosecrans fired the final salute
and the bugler sounded taps. Mueller
had no known relatives. He was a na
tive of Denmark, 41 years of age, and
had been In the navy for fourteen or
fifteen years, his last enlistment hav
ing been made at San Francisco three
years ago. Prior to the burial of Muel
ler today the bodies of eight of his
former comrades, also victims of the
disaster, were disinterred that they may
be sent to their former homes for
.Deputy Sheriff J. R. Kerr went to
Imperial yesterday to serve papers in a
civil action. He sent back' Word-that
the sheriff need. not forward his over
coat, as the thermometer was register-
Ing 120 degrees. .
The Veteran baseball players of 1888
have Issued a challenge to any base
ball team In the county to play a gams
in the near future for the benefit of the
Bennington monument fund. The team
will be made up as follows: Tom Works,
catcher; Oscar Palmer, pitcher; Gene
Donnelly, first base; William Mundell,
second base; | Jimmy Gilmore, E short
stop; Will Shaw, third base; E. Wie
land, Jcft field; George Russell, center
field; T. Toms, right field, and C. A
The committees appointed to securs
new members of the San Diego cham
ber of commerce are meeting with suc
cess and it is expected that over 100
new names will be proposed for mem
bership at the meeting tomorrow of the
board of directors.
"Hotel del Coronado" leads them all.
N ATIUU4 SPARES
The Stricken Hose From Grief.
What a fortunate provision of nature
It is that deprives the rose of mental
suffering; for how poignant would be
its grief to discover. In the height of Its
glooming glory that a canker fed at its
heart, and that Us beauty and frag
ranro were doomed forever. Nature al
ways spares the suffering; she is a
veritable storehouse of pleasing re
wards for those who seek her aid. In
the years pone by falling hair and
grayneas have cast a gloom over the
lives of thousands rf young women,
but thanks to the investigations of
scientists the true cause of hair de-
Htruction is now known to be a germ
or parasite that burrows Into the hair
follicles. Newbro's llerpiclde absolute
ly destroys this germ, thus permitting
the hair to grow as nature Intended.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c In
stamps for Bample to. The llerpiclde
Co., Detroit, Mich.
Keep your eye on Santa Monica.
3. C. Cunningham's Trunk Factory,
629 South Spring street. Phones 818.
If you want lo to raai, O. Huyrtopu,
Agent Illinois C«ntrnl R U. it* a. Bprlng.
Bishop Conaty's Appointments
Rt. Rev. Bishop Conaty left for the
northern part of the diocese last even-
Ing. He will dedicate the church at
Nordhoff today and will dedicate the
Knights of Columbus hall at Oxnard
tomorrow. He will preach at the cele
bration of the patron feast of St.
Clare's church, Oxnard, Sunday. The
hlnliop has announced that he will leave
on his trip to nome August 27. He ex
pects to return by Christmas.
W Theßest Hot Weather Medicine T|
I CANPY CATIfARTir iiiiiii|i||iiii | || l \*^ 1 I
I 707 ■*' 1
ft. PREVENT ALL SUMMER BOWEL TROUBLES J§
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LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, 'AUGUST it, 1905.
MEXICAN TRIES WHOLESALE
PLANS FOILED BY SMALL BOY
He Sees Man at Work "Doctoring"
the Fruit and Warm the
*,■/,:> Other*— Ban Bernardino"
Special to Tho Herald.
SAN BERNARDINO, Aug. 10.—Man
uel Mendez of nedlands Is in the county
Jail here charged with preparing a
death feast for his friends by poisoning
a water melon and Inviting them to sit
down and help him eat it.
He placed a lot of polsonrd wheat In
the melon, then allowed the poison to
soak out and permeate the entire
melon. He then Invited about a dozen
of hla Mexican friends to help him en-
Joy the feast.
Mendez' plans were, however, foiled
by a small boy who happened to see
him treating the melon, and warned
the guests Just as they were about to
partake. They then leaped on Mendez
and gave him a fearful beating and
turned him over to the officers.
Fight Over Freight Traffic'
The plan of the San j Bernardino
Valley Traction company to haul
freight out of Highland to this city
under a traffic agreement with the
Southern Pacific railroad may meet
with resistance on the part of certain
property owYiers in Highland. who are
opposed to the hauling of freight cars
through the streets and past , their
property. It Is said the first attempt to
haul freight cars into Highland' will
be met with action In the court.
The question of permitting a freight
hauling privilege with the, franchise
from this city to Rialto is also Just now
disturbing the minds of the people and
city officials. It is probable that a
clause will be inserted in the franchise
compelling the hauling of freight only
at night. This plan is favored by some
of the city councilmen.
A brush fire discovered under a' tres
tle on the Santa Fe railroad came near
destroying the bridge, just east of the
city. A switch engine was run out
from the local yards and the fire extin
guished. Whether the fire was Incen
diary or not the railroad people have
been unable to determine.
Many Cases of Sunstroke
The presence of the Salton sea on the
desert, together with the intense heat
is causing many sunstrokes among the
workmen employed by the railroad in
that Vicinity. The presence of so much
humidity In the atmosphere is believed
to be the cause. Numerous cases have
occurred in the past few weeks, the
latest victim being' C.'E. MePherson, a
brakeman, who was' brought in last
night In a serious condition. ...
The Olinda oil field . employes of the
Santa Fe will picnic at Oceanside on
Saturday, being furnished with a spe
cial train by the railroad company.' The
day will be spent In athletic sports and
Young Charles Willoughby, the Incor
rigible, who has a propensity for steal
ing tools, bicycles, etc., and selling
them, has been sent to the Whittier re
form school until 1910. The lad was
brought back here from San Diego.
He had run away with the intention of
going to sea.
Warm is it? Try Coronado. '
SIGNS PLUMBING CONTRACT
Riverside School District Will Have
Special to The Herald.
- RIVERSIDE, Aug. 10.— The trustees
of the Riverside school district have
signed a contract with Shlels & Sons
for a new. sanitary plumbing system to
be Installed In. the] Grant Bchool build-
Ing at a cost of 11670.
Besides this plumbing work and be
fore the next school term commences,
the school board will have all the water
pipes used for fire protection properly
tested. The wooden steps to all the
school buildings of. the city will be re
placed this vacation with cement, and
that work is already under way on
several of the buildings.
. Ground has been, broken on Fifth
street for the new $2500 kindergarten
building, and the work on the $2000 ad
dition-to the Longfellow building on
East Seventh street, is fast assuming a
Upon, the earnest petition of more
than ninety of the residents of the sec
tion Interested, the supervisors yester
day evening voted to expend $5000 more
In the completion of the Bannlng-Idyl
wild road to the end of the survey at
Fuller's mill, about half way between
Banning and Idyhvlld. ,
A surprising appropriation on the
part of the Edison Electric company
has been reported to the city trustees
by City. Electrician Worthley. Four
mile* of new cedar posts, about twelve
miles of heavy copper wire, with cross
arm* and Insulators, all the property
of the city, have been removed from the
old right-of-way between Hermona and
Phalanx corner, and transferred eup
poaedly t<v the- new rl*ht-of-way be
tween Colton and Rlverolde, over
which the Kdison company id now nup
plylnjr the city of Wverside. No connent
of the trustees was ever obtained for
making the change, and. no notice was
given by the Edison people.
Cool, comfortable. Hotel del Coronado.
VETERANS WILL CAMP
AT HUNTINGTON BEACH
A. B. Paul of Santa Ana Arranging for
the Event— Excursion to Soldiers'
Special to The Herald,
SArfTA ANA, Aug. 10,-Tlie nnnual
encampment of ihe. Southern Califor
nia Veterans' Association .will be -held
at Huntington Beach from September
B to IB Inclusive, and arrangements for
the big event are now being made by A.
B. Paul, nf this city, rommnnder of
the association. -The encampment opens
with an Informal reception nt which
words of welcome will be exchanged be
• tween J. V. Vlckers for the entertain
ing town, And A. T. Langley of Santa
Ana for the visitors. Besides the regu
lar exercises provided for the entertain
ment of the large number, of veterans'
and their families, who art! expected for
the encampment, there will be an ex
cursion to the Soldiers' home on Sep
tember 7, special memorial services on
Sunday, September 10, and election of
officers on Thursday, September 14.
Camp will be broken on September 16.
The committee of arrangements expects
the largest crowd ever gathered for a
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kay of Phoenix,
Ariz., are guests at the home of, George
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Buell leave next
week upon a visit to their former home
in Lake Geneva, Wls.
Coronado is always cool and comfy.
Many of ypyr neighbors have "used ■
Mellin's Food for their children. Ask
them what they think of it ; look at
their children and see - the result of
'using a proper food. '-Mellin's Food;
; will give the same good results if':
you will use it with your baby. " •■'
Send for a sample, we will send it
. free of charge.
MeUla'* rood It the 0N t T Infants',
Food, which received the Grand Prize,
. the fcifjiest award of the Laumana Pur-
chat* E«potition. St. Uuii, 1904? High-
er than » gold medal
MELLIN'S FOOD CO., BOSTON/MASS.
■ SOUTH GATE LODGE NO. 32',
:/k F. & 'A. M., will confer the
vy first 'degree this (Friday)
/\m\ . evening.; • " ■ " ■"■■-' ■,•-■; —
', ▼ '•' : " > :ji\"'H..TVHJTE, Secretary.--.
Every Desirable Attraction of Seaside Life
Is Included at Play a Del Rfiy
supplemented by many features peculiar to this superb watering place alone,
j Still water bathing and boating may be indulged in every day in the year.
Graceful yachts and swift gasoline and electric launches plying upon the smooth
• " • expanse of lagoon, present an attractive daily picture. Del Rey is unquestion-
ably the most 'Complete resort on the western shore.
Play a Del Rey for Profit
.: . ' . . Real estate records prove that no class of property increases in value faster . -,",'
. . ,». i ■ than improved ocean frontage. If you want a select site for a sea- side home —
. and a solid investment — you simply can't afford to overlook Del Rey. Go down
today and see what the men and millions behind this great resort have ac-
complished. Del Rey property is the most reasonably priced beach land on
■, , . • * the market. Terms are only one-third cash, balance, one and two years.
Don't overlook the fact that Del Rey is the nearest beach — has the largest
lots — and is replete with high class improvements.
F.W. Flint, Jr: Jas.V. Baldwin
Owner's Representative Owner's Representative
204-5 O. T. Johnson Bldg. 207-IO Conservative Life Bldg.
...... . , . Both Phones 723 Both Phones 37
i \\tpn iiiiiwii^^Mipi! iji uiiim m Branch 'Office at Del Rey Station ,«^— ag^g— — airmnsj mm
Wk''- iA^^irWi/ Al W. H. Wlllebrands, Agent. Sunset SI l^SiJfc^-^ ■S~*~ i *%JL
*"** 1 hsP JMt§BFtll **"*
Its tone is remarkably sweet gg
Its action responsive to a degree. g
«S Its case designs artistically made, ml
1 The Vose Is a Home Piano §:
% We Sell Pianos on Time Payments 5
1 Southern California Music Co. g
i§ 332-334 South Broadway jp
Change in Time """"■ Lonve snn p^ ro wlinrf '
Ex.ra Service Beginning »*&«»'*. SS'i'i. " %*£*£•
July 15th 111:01) n. m. lOiOO «. m.
111." p. in. lilS p. in.
Santa Catalina Island j eio ° »•-• ., — —
For leaving time from Los Angeles
STEAMERS HERMOSA see Southern Pacific. Salt Lak» or
cAND CABRILLO - . Pacific Electrlo time cards.
Daily Concerts by- Our FAMOUS MARINE BAND.
ISLAND VILLA HOTEL— European Plan.
HOTEL METROPOLE— American Plan.
BANNING CO., Huntington Building Both Phones 36^
jo m■ • /t) . , k «T 15J Gigantic Birds
Lawston Ustrion '%™gs* j£s*\2g£»
Btock of Ostrich Feather Goods In Amerl ca for sale at producer » price*.
Q ff <f7%> ' North Beach, Santa Monica
Warm J tunge sk-»ot««^j£^ i W
absolutely «ate aurf bathing. Now Is the most beautiful season of the year at tht
'■■' ■■'■ ';__;;_• RESTAURANTS -j
<t7\ h (ZJ/Tfl) » Up-to-Date Restaurant
■isfii: ///oni® uauern .219-321 w. Thtr4 st.
■•/» j■ :> (TFj) ~~s Business Lunches Dinners Complete
i&GW <J<J>riStQ£ After-Theater Refreshments - Room for 1200
Under H.W. Hellman Bundling. 4th and Spring .
Allen's Press Clipping Bureau j
I'-Funlahu *dv»ne» report, on all eoa- ■ Beautiful Cut FIOWCrS.
tmot work, «unh u own, Irrigation ■ T7in»a4- «-<-> h» fnnn/1
and mimpms plants and all bulldlßS*. H tinest tO De fOUnd.
Wnonal sal prdfwfloßal mMt«rm. B Prices Low. Wolfsldll,
Kntnnca *M Mercantile PUum. ■ ,10 W 2nd
1.... IWphone »»1 Horn*. j Zl ° W# iTiQ '
The Home Real Rotate company
have Just completed three strict-
ly modern five-room cottages In
their Dayton Avenue Home tract.
Jugt 15 minutes from the corner of
Third and Spring street*, by th«
University und Garvanza car line.
Cottages are at the corner of
Avenue 20 and Dayton avenue.
If you want a home with a. very
small payment down and the bal-
ance like paying rent this is your
Real Estate Co.
are thoroughly reliable and hav«
placed- a thousand people In homes
of their own In the past two year«.
Why not put yourself In their
If you are interested and want
a home, do not throw this oppor-
tunity aside but come to our office
and we will show you the property
and make terms to suit you.
We also have In this tract lota
at prices that are below the mar-
Call at our office before these
snaps are picked up.
C. H. MINTON, Pres.
A. W. ELLINGTON, Sec'y.
223 DOUGLAS BLDG. /:>■
Third and Spring Streets
Private Ambulance ShffiftS
ambulanc* Mrvict. we have MCUrad tht
m«t convenient aad up-to-dat* .veblcl*
manufactured. Personal attention. Prompt
response to calls day or night. . Thorn* u.
ORR * HINEB COMPANY. ' <