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Commerce building, on Broadway, between
jririt and Second streets, where free U>'oi>
matlon will be given on all subjeots P«r
talnins to this section.
LIVE CITY AGENTS
WHO SELL THE HERALD
IN LOS ANGELES
iHOTEL, VAN NUYS BROADWAY B«W1
I I stand, 410 South Broadway, cltr.
UOTKL, NATICK new* stand, 110 Wert
' First street, city.
HOTEL. HOLXENBECIC neiri stand,
I Second and Spring; streets, f"T«
J. P. UAHMNISH, 805 South Springe
XOTEI,' ANGELUS new* atifnd, corner
t Fourth and Spring streets, city.
IOTEL, WESTMINSTEII news "ta«d,
i corner Fonrth nnd Mnln streets, city.
IOTEL ROSSLYN, 437 South Main
I* A? e ROH& Cl 3 South Spring street,
UMONA BOOK COMPANY. 207 West
i Fifth street, city. . ...
I. W. COLLINS, 633 South Main street,
IC'nAWAK,l C 'nAWAK, Hotel I-ankershtm news
I stand, corner Seventh and Broadway,
JEwTeRA BOOK COMPANY, 051 South
Io£MES Tn 800K y COMPANY, 441 South
Mb In street, city.
'JOTEIi NADEAU news aland, corner
Flriit nnd SprlnK streets, city.
)HVF.R & IIAINES, 108 South SprlnK
1 street, city. - _.__4 K
lOTEI. VAN iniYS news stand, Fourth
and Mnln strcrts, city.
R. E. MOORE, 1023 Pasadena are.
I. SIOLIWO. corner Seventh and Hill
m&EMAN'wSCOMBB COMPANY, Six
teenth and Main streete. city.
MR. HARMON, 104 North Daly street,
MR. GANSBRT, corner Seventh nnd
I Alvarndo streets, city.
MRS. KOREEIL. 1808 East First street,
BANKS */ GREEN, 1000 South Main
HOLMES C BOOK COMPANY. 387 South
Mnln xfreet. city.
M. A. REWN, <«8 East Fifth street, city.
X.-. LOBJNECKER, 251 East Fl«n
O^'wETilEßlLli, 2448 South Main
B."aMO» F "& Wenf Seventh street, clfr.
E. JOPE.B2I) Went Seventh street, city.
G. SAKEUARES, 518 North Moln street,
UAc'oß KORTKNSEN. 8t» Jfo. Main St.
HENRY PORATH, «23 Central Aye.
A. S. H*PH. 11T Commercial St.
W. T,. SIOCKT.EY. ISI No. Main .St.
MAX IKTH CIGAR CO., 100 South Main
■j/pTAIifEN: 1040 Tinni Flr,t •treet.
J,ADD * STORY. 21 S3 Eiwt First street.
C. TATI. 2SOO En«t Fourth "trcet.
BIT PHII.PS, IT2S Enut Seventh street.
J. DIi;mmA,IBO4 East Ninth street.
A. METOOER. 319 East Ninth street.
MR. CTTBUSH, corner ( East First ana
P.^DBTniSfoW, 2IWS West Ploo street.
NORFOWC STOVE CO., 2003 West Pico
E."*B? e Bimi<INGAME, |»1S West Pico
A."e7,m'jTßAT», 2020 So.th Main street.
H. STRICKEN. 30K3 Smta Fe avenue.
H. C. ABI-E. 824 Bunt Fifth street.
A. M. DUFF, Twenty.-llrst street nnd
Maple avenne. /"
J X DUKE, 202f» Centtal nvenne.
DAVIS & SATCHEI4, 103 North Boyle
T.*J. e HOtJsE, 2001 Bust Main street.
J. VAIiDEI, 1820 Eft Main street.
Ramona Matinee V,
\There will be a "lamona" matinee at
the Burbank thftter this afternoon,
Miss Virginia Caiioun and her own
company of playes appearing.
Rev. Mr. Day Go'r to Seattle
Rev.'William jjorace Day, pastor of
the First Congriiatlonal church, left
yesterday for sdttle to attend the
session of the African board of the
Congregational eurch. He expects to
be absent about |n days.
Burglar* at Wot
Burglars entejd the home of Tlbu
relo Navarro, 6lßellevue avenue, Mon
day evening whe all In the house were
asleep and ato two guns and some
money. Eritraie was gained by pry
ing a lock fronthe rear door.- ,
Petition in Ba<ruptcy
Emanuel Lef of Los Angeles filed
a petition In Wkruptcy yesterday af
ternoon In th' United States district
court. His lbllities are $687.44 and
his assets are's. Most of his creditors
are Los AngJs men and firms.
The new. biding of the South Main
Street Meth'ist church will be dedi
cated Sunde. Rev. Robert Mclntyre
■will preachhe dedicatory sermon at
8 o'clock in»e afternoon.' Rev. W. B.
Bell before'B disappearance, planned
the 'details* 1 the new building:
Sold at advance
Myron (and George D. Wick have
Bold toGGave* aye Breuner, Louis'Meyer
and L. ScV artz- the lot 70x165 feet on
the nortl 68' corner of Hope and
Eighthsset>ets > improved with a frame
house otrent y rooms. A few months
agothe;°P eeryty was sold toT $37,500.
COMI/S POOL EXPERT
70 ASYLUM FOR INSANE
p at Jklsh Pursued by Fear That
imaginary Enemies Seek
/; to Kill Him ;
j of the insanity commission
j n .dge./Glbbs' court yesterday Pat
■jy|i I '£os Angeles pool expert, was
ojieC 1 committed to Patton asylum
I0 .he* insane—
jalsh became Imbued with the Idea
t* two men were attempting to kill
ji at the Corona hotel on South
Sadway,! Sunday night. He fired
pr shots at his imaginary foemen
?d surrendered to" a policeman.
fiends "HI take him from the asylum
• m en he improves and send him to his
jbrmer iome at Salt Lake City.
I Gcorjo A. Siebold, former Inmate of
a stat/ asylum, was also ordered com
/mltte/to Patton. While awaiting trial
/ giebol slipped past his guards and
I escafd- lie was caught on the first
I lad<VK of the court house steps by a
/jB. Hartzell of Poplar Bluff, Mo., at
trtfid by stories of California's won
dful clime, Is visiting. Los Angeles
vittj a view to locating here. Mr.
jj-tzeil has. recently sold his Missouri
(dings and Is seeking realty Invest-
Mb. He ljas about concluded to be
,ne nn Angeleno and Is today - In
fecting property In the vicinity .• of
GLASS ASKS TO
BE NAMED CHIEF
NO ACTION TAKEN BY POLICE
AUBLE BEING CONSIDERED
Absence of Commissioner Mason
Causes Delay In Appointment of
Chief Hammers Successor.
Los Angeles must worry along with
out anofflclal head of the police depart
ment for another month or more, for
at the meeting of police commission
held yesterday morning Commissioner
Mason was absent.
The mayor has decreed that there can
be no selection of a chief of oolice
without a full meeting of the board nnd
the question of Hammers succ-MSOi
must be decided at a subsequent rr.cet
ing. Following the meeting Commis
sioner Johnson made application for
a five weeks' leave of absence, which
was granted. The chief of police prob
lem cannot be solved until he returns.
Ex-Chief Glass and a number of his
friends were present at the meetin?
and presented a petition bearing 119
signature* asking that the former chief
of police be appointed to the place.
Acting Chief Walter Auble also seems
a promising candidate for the position.
It Is positively known that Acting Chief
Auble Is being considered by Mayor
McAleer and some of the commission
Officer T. H. Ziegler, who was before
the commission on a charge of using
profane language while making an ar
rest, conducted his own defense and put
up a strong argument on his own be
half. His eight years oxemplary serv
ice In the department was In his favor
end the question was taken under ad
visement. Zlegler . recently arrested
Contractors J. H. Wadsworth, R. M,
Thompson and John Harrington on the
charge of obstructing an alley and the
contractors declared that he had used
vile language while making the arrest.
Special Officer C. W. Roach was dis
missed from the police force on a
charg3 of intoxication. Roach had been
warned by Acting Chief Auble but re
peated the offense.
The W. C. T. U. entered a formal
protest against the result of the action
taken in the restaurant cases a week
A. Barecochea made application for a
billiard hall license at 324 Aliso street,
and Commissioners Johnson and Gates
locked horns over the question. Com
iTiissiOfler Johnson. . did not want to
grant the license as the applicant has a
restaurant liquor license at 320 Aliso
street and the commissioner believed
he could foresee trouble. The applica
tion was laid over for one week.
Elmer Marrow applied for a billiard
hall license for the room that was
formerly the St. Louts cafe. Mr. John
son opposed granting the license be
cause the billiard room was connected
by a swinging door with the St. Louis
saloon. The license was refused, after
considerable argument, and Marrow
will have to find a place for his billiard
hall not so conveniently connected with
INDEPENDENT 'PHONE MEN
GUESTS AT A BANQUET
Gathering. at Cafe Bristol Adressed by
Several Speakers — Many Near,
by Cities Represented
Representatives of the Independent
Telephone companies Of Southern Cali
fornia held a banquet last night in the
banquet hall of the Bristol cafe. Ad
dresses were made by several members
of the party. Those present were: E.
L. Swalne, general manager of the
Home company in Los Angeles; C. C.
Craig, assistant general manager Los
Angeles company; Charles Zahn, en
gineer of the Los Angeles Home Com
pany; L. S. Mitchell, exchange mana
ger Los Angeles; W. E. Rose, manager
of directory department Loa Angeles;
A. L. Orton, general manager, Pasa
dena; Robert Tucker, director, Saii
Diego; Will S. Frew, president, Comp
ton; D. S. Parker, general manager.
Pomona; Louis Blankenhorn, presi
dent. Santa Monica^ K. C. Wells, pres
ident, Redlands; W. .J. Lambert, gen
eral manager, Riverside; Charles Tem
ple, general manager United *-Stat»s
Long Distance Telephone and Tele
graph company; Arthur Wright, at
torney U. S. L. D. Telephone and Tel
egraph company; Ira J. Francis, repre
senting Roebling & Co., Plttsburg; P.
C. Reed, Kellogg Switch Board Sup
ply company, Chicago; C. F. Hartunpr,
Kellogg company; A. L. Darby, secre
tary, Downing; B. F. Klerulff & Wil
liam Knight,' manufacturers' agents,
Los Angeles; Gus Wardman> manager,
Whlttler and j L. E. Berkey Treasurer
Alhambra Telephone company.
DESTIIOY THE 3 CAUSK
Yon Cannot Cure Dandruff Without
Destroying the Chubb of It
Many people wash their scalps Satur
day night or Sunday to try to keep the
dandruff down for the week, but on
Monday night the scalp has begun to
Itch, and Tuesday morning will find a
good supply of dandruff when the hair
Is brushed. There is but one real sci
entific way of curing dandruff; and
that is to kill the germ that causes it,
and falling hair, and finally baldness.
There is only one preparation that will
destroy the germ, and that is Newbro's
Herpiclde. It is an entirely new dis
covery and the only hair preparation
that is . based 'on the new scientific
principle. In: addition Herpiclde Is a
very refreshing hair dressing for reg
ular, toilet use. Sold by leading drug
gists... Send. 10c in stamps 'for sample
to The HerpJcido Co., Detroit, Mich.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: -WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13, 1903-
FRIENDS OF FORMER CHIEF ASKTHA'TrIE BE APPOINTED
WARRANTS ISSUED FOR
ARREST OF CAR CREW
MEN ARE ACCUSED OF INJURING
Woman Who Sued Company for Dam
ages for Ejectment to Prosecute
Conductor and Motorman of Los
Angeles. Pacific Railway
Following the filing of a suit Monday
for $50,000 damages against the Los An
eeles-Paclflc Railway company by Mrs.
Nellie M. Schader, warrants charging
battery were sworn out yesterday by
the woman against T. N. Short and J.
C. Johnson, motorman and conductor
of the car upon which she was a pas
senger, and every legal step will be
taken by members of the - Schader.
family to secure redress for alleged
brutal treatment of Mrs. Schader.
Deputy Constable Adams went to the
railway company's office yesterday
afternoon and demanded to know where
the men were. He was refused Infor
mation and started to leave the office,
remarking that he had a warrant for the
motorman's arrest and would take him
from his car and leave the car in the
middle of the street, if necessary.
He was called back and told that the
conductor was away on a six weeks'
vacation In the Ventura mountains,
but the motorman would complete a
trip from Santa Monica In a short
Adams arrested Short as he was
turning In his report.
"I have never been arrested before,"
said Short yesterday, upon being ar
raigned before Justice Young. "I re
member some trouble on the car on the
day mentioned in the complaint, but I
had no part in it."
A bond of $200 was given by the
railway company and Short was re
leased to await trial when Johnson re
turns from his vacation.
In her complaint Mrs. Schader al
leges that because she refused to pay
a ten cent fare for a ride from Sawtelle
to Seventeenth street in Santa Monica,
she was ejected from the car by the
motorman and conductor, who mishan
dled her In such manner as to painfully
bruise her arms.
FOR CHURCH CONFERENCE
Methodist Pastors and Congregations
Preparing for Event — Revives
Rumors of Changes
Pastors and congregations of the 160
Methodist churches in the Southern
California conference are looking for
ward with much expectancy to tha
coming conference, which will open at
Simpson auditorium September 27.
To complete arrangements a meeting
of the presiding elders will be held this
morning at 9:30 o'clock at the study of
the First Methodist church. Following
are members of the committee: Drs.
S. A. Thompson, A. W. Adklnson, John
L. Pitner and J. B. Green.
Bishop Berry, who comes here from
Buffalo to preside at the conference, Is
universally popular. Bishop "Waldron,
who was placed on the retired list at
the general conference, will be here,
representing, the Freedmen's Aid so
ciety and the Southern California Edu
cational association. ~ j
Many changes are expected In the
local pastorates. It Is generally con
ceded that Rev. Robert Mclntyre will
remain at the First church arid Dr. W.
H. Rider at the Westlake church.
The Centennial and Central churches
may be consolidated at the coming con
ference. Rev. F. B. Cherrlngton Is the
pastor of the former and Rev, Robert
Fisher of the latter. : . This " movement
was. discussed conic tlms ago, but no
definite action was .taken. It' is pro
posed to make one strong church, where
there are now two small ones.
It is expected that the University of
Southern California will receive favor
able attention at the conference./
Rev. Tully C. Knowles, who has been
supplying the South Main . Street church
since the disappearance of Rev. W. B.
Bell, will return to his' studies at the
LOCAL Y. W. C. A. ISSUES
ITS ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT
The Toung Woman's Christian asso
ciation of Los Angeles has issued its
annual announcement for 1905-06. It is
a neat booklet finely illustrated, giving
a concise account of the various de
partments of the association. An edu
cational rally will be held on the even
ing of September 21. Rev. Baker P.
Lee will deliver the principal address.
Members of the educational committee
are: Mrs. G. H. Wadleigh, chairman;
Miss Frances Clarke, Dr. Rose T. Bul
lard, Mrs. Alice Danforth, Miss Rose
Smith, Mrs. O. C. Bryant, Mrs. E. J.
Marshall, Mrs. A. G. Fessenden, Miss
Helena Barnard, Miss Cora L. Tatham,
general secretary; Miss Carolyn L.
Patch, educational secretary.
FOUR ARE HELD PENDING -
Four persons, among whom Is Rem
ldlo Munoz, are being held by the po
lice on suspicion that they have knowl
edge of the murder of Jose Velardo,
which occurred September 2 near the
home of Munoz. - Munoz was arrested
Monday evening by Detective Tala
mantes and is being held pending In
vestigation of his connection with the
m The only way you can smoke genuine Cuban-
g grown leaf in a full-sized 5-cent cigar is to say
1 Cifbanola" to the Man Behind the Counter.
H Every ounce of the rich Havana leaf which is rolled
i| ■ ■ Into the Cubanola filler is grown under the direct super-
M vision of the American Cigar Company's own experts, and
H it is graded and blended in bulk— the en- , :
225.7.4 ». S' s \a. ■ 224-6rB
Broadway /PC? /7 HMStreet
\m «a ao C Laces Up to C~Z ~v W1
15c, 20c and 25c j[ n Seasonable
wash Goods $2 for 40c Suitih _
mm Laces In pure white, cream and *"" " "■O v
H*jf* ecru— lrish crochet, venlse bands, Bma|| , urpr | H !t ,t, t that wV j
%#W net edges In repousse effects; an- only these odd patterns In Enflllsh,
Jt * 11 »i.. v .. Maun d tlque patterns; venlse and net com- Scotch, Covert and Fancy Bult-
Hera are daln y, ■'^^■"•""J mlnatlons; some venlse galloons In lngB left from an enormou . Btock .
.brio. .0 dellahtfuMyeaptlvat.no >nd v|ne pattern ,. aI , 0 REAL When -pet-
for house and s reet *•■■••,•■£ §I|k e|u ■|n a n(jrnbep of deB , gn , # m^ proport | on , th B at j■ lt
at the remarkable P;'"« *• Width, from 2to 8 Inches; val- dO e. with us lot. are bound to
today you »»" ""•'• t «" ZrTn- UM lnC ' Uded wh leh cannot be regu- dw , ndlo Apldly.but" th.t fact a./
,to buy two or three patterns In- |>r|y bought fep „„ than $1>75 and BureB you . ,n, n Bpecla , Ba|e , the
''DlmCeatlstes, Orfland.es, offered.at 400 a yard. most recent d.. 10 n. and mater.,...;
etc., not backward seller. In A large assortment of the above
flaudy, undesirable patterns, but C C a p ft f Hattd- »v ting. In modish sy.e. and good
Tight or dark flrounds, yellow, OI ndlKl- colors, 56 Inches wide. .
pink, flreen, brown and white flfl- l)raWl\ DOllieS One Dollar a Yard
ures, dots and conventional flfl- */l ami I/VUICA
ures; goods actually worth and v% , Instead of $1.50 to tt.25, their true
selling at 15c, 20c and 25c; marked. ILTC»*e»e worth.
now at 5o a yard.
Today we're going to offer REAL l?all
MorOOri7tf>a4 hand-drawn dollies, tray cloths, I* CUI
iYICI %ASI iXCU center pieces, etc., In six or .Iflht #
Waistings 7^;Z\!^* toZTlnc Fabrics
•wDC T dI*Cl 250 values 16c The foremost woolen dress fabrlo
350 values '.'► 200 manufacturer, of the world hay«
Iriu.r/d^orJ.'than the?, fancy 65c value. ........... 350 contributed their quota of exchi-
prettier designs than these fancy «»««• •«■-»» ...... «ffacts maklna ours the ore-
white mercerized suitings. They're 76c value. 45c -lye effect* "JW""^" ~~ t * JJ
soft, silky, light; good, that fal $1.00 value. ..60c Angeles. The Collection defle.
Lh fl « C !wi.l°i?^.^din a - 'an!, fr! » 1 ' 25 valuM ' 70 ° comparlson-not a new weave, de-
« eh/lei^ ClSletv c 7 flSe, , » 1 ' sl > v « lu « 85 ° *^ n 0P COlorlnfl " m '""! n|l * rBIB
a choice variety ot Tigures ana . , n . it. vast assortment. Prices, too.
dots; widths 27 to 30 Inches. Pret. $1.75 values 950 the vast "£ I J™J^™£ and
tier stuffs for waists can't be con- « 2 .00 values ........ .$1.20 uEhlr moaorat ' >^« H ' * yaro ana
celved, and to think of getting the nigner. ,
regular 35c t 0 75c values at 25c a patterns In match set. or. all dlf- Ask the Drmts Gooda man
N g%^rex 0 c n ep e t"?o h m°a r ke OU : &mt kinds; f.ncy^r plain cen- ho u> you can Hay. yur.kirt
lively White Goods event. ters In standard Mexican designs. maam rmsn.
W 'ON VARIOUS CHARGES
Sixteen Persons Plead to Allegations
of Wrong Doing and Cases Are
Bet for Trial
In preparation of the criminal cal
endar of the superior court for next
month, sixteen prisoners were arraigned
yesterday before Judge James In de
partment seven of the superior court
and their cases set for hearing next
With the exception of two lad«
charged with burglary, all announced
their Intention of pleading not guilty
to the charges against them. The
two boys, Francis Carter and L. E.
Seagrave, pleaded guilty to the charge
of robbing the rooms of G. J. Tamalal
and H. Hamasakt
A bench warrant was Issued for the
arrest of Joseph McNeil, charged with
assault with intent to kill. McNeil is
alleged to have struck J. A. Wlldrlch
three times on the head with an ax.
He secured bail shortly after his ar
rest several days ago and yesterday
failed to appear in court. His ball
YOUNG WOMAN FORFEITS
BAIL FOR APPEARANCE
Braving the stare of the public was
too much for Christina Brulch, who was
recently arrested on charge of selling
liquor without a license, and when
Judge Rose called her name yesterday
afternoon there was no response. An
officer later reported that Christina
preferred to forfeit the $100 ball than
appear in court.
If yon wast to go es«c, C. Ilnyrtoen,
Our Family Trade
Is built up upon the plan of giving
a pure wine or liquor at moderate
price— full measure and honest labels'
We carry a complete stock of the cele*
brated Sonoma Vineyard Wines of this
State, as welt as the imported goods.
Our 8-year-old Sherry or Port at $1.00
per gallon cannot be matched for the
price In Los Angeles.
German' American Wine Co.
314 West Fifth Street ,
Both Phone* Free Delivery Free Samples No Bar
We Maintain Our < Reputation of Handling
The Best Lines of Ranges
Both cast and steel, made In this country.
THHEE THOUSAND OLBNWOODS In use In Los Angeles and vicinity,
testify to their popularity and success. To thesa wo have added
. THE QUEEN—
An up-to-date steel range, offering- it at prices unprecedented In this mar-
ket, considering quality, weight and finish.
Glenvrond Ranees from S2l Up. Queen Steel Ranges from 921.50 Vp
Tames W. Hellman 161 North Spring St.
** ■ LOS ANGELES ■ -'^
Hotels aod Beach Resorts
Gem of the Pacific steamers Leave San Pedro Waarfi
Santa Catalina xo ?»?^ m . «^ r i a ». a r
|.1-_J 10 100 a. m. lOiOO ■- va.
Island j .:&££: \*'»»-
2 1-3 Hours From Los cAngeles For leaving time from Los Angels*
cnriMPßi! HRRMOSA see Southern Pacific, Salt Lake or
S T5£ « » no« t rt Pacific Eleotrio time cards.
•^ND CABKIeUiAJ ■-■ ■ "
Daily Concerts by- Our FAMOUS MARINE BAND.
ISLAND VILLA HOTEL-rEuropean Plan.
HOTEL METROPOLE— American Plan. :
BANNING CO., Huntlngton Building .....Both Phones 36^
ff>. #7*2 North Beach, Santa Monica
ffffJffWTn *J illTkl&tS FUled fresh every day ano>, heated to a.
(IXSafSJI *0 IM# 'j lf temperature of 85 degrees. Unrivaled and
absolutely sate surf bathing. Now Is the most beautiful season ot ths year at the
s* /D ' ± 52" 1SI) Gigantic Birds
itawston Usirtcn J*arm jtS^sSSA-
mock of Ontrtch Feather Ooods In Ameri ■ n fnr sale at proiunPrn prices.
07\ j> GW7) . Up-to-Date Restaurant
jQoi l/fonte uavern * 219-221 w. -mira st.
4 ~~7~M Business Lunches Dinners Complete
C/ 47/4? £Mr£§£Q£ After-Theater Refreshments - Room for 1200
Under H. W. Hellman Building, 4th ana Spring
Have You Tried a Herald liner Ad?
The Place «• Trmde
The Plaam to Jaom
Eastern Outfitting Co.
544-546 S». Spring Street
Wolfskill for Flowers at i
J lO West Second. !
Allen's Press Clipping Bureau
Ijrwalshes adrano* nports en an ' aaa>'; ■
timot work, such as sewwrs, trrUtaUsa I ■
aaa rvmptnm steats sa« all bulMlaaja. v ■
rersonsl sal pnt esslaasl . mattstm, II
Batn«M *M KmuUl. Plaoa. B
j Tslspnoas Tttl Home.
Most prosperous of beach towns. Buy
lots -in ths I Erkenbrecher * Syndicate
Santa Monica tract. $400 and up. Only,
a few left. -■;■■ -\; :v- ■ . .*■ ■».» ..
THOS.J. HAMPTON CO.
110 South Broadway.