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MOTHER FINDS
HER SON DEAD
SHOCK TO WOMAN MAY PROVE
FATAL
Mrs. Clara Slmmonds of Ocean Park
Comes to Los Angeles to Meet
Son, but Death Arrives
First
Mrs. Clara Blmmonds of Ocean Park
was prostrated yesterday afternoon
when Bho entered the home of Charles
Buthman, 2833 Ea*t Thirty-eighth
utreet, and found her eon, 1,. Slmmonds,
lying; de«.d on the floor. Sltnmonda had
not seen his mother In two yearn, and
the shock to the woman. It Is feared,
may b« fatal.
Blmmonds arrived In Los Angelen yes
terday morning from Kelso, where he
hag been Interested In the stock busi
ness. He went to the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Buthman, who he knew. Ha found
that the family were preparing to visit
a friend confined to one of the city
hospitals, and after assigning Slm
monds to a room they left.
Word had been sent to Mrs. Slm
monds that her son was at the Buth
man home and at once upon learning
that he was In th« city, she left her
home In Ocean Park and arrived at
the Buthman home shortly after 2
o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Finding that no one responded to the
nell, Mrs. Slmmonds entered the house
and began to walk about. She opened
the door into the library and before
her lay her son's body. The woman
Rank to the floor and lay unconscious
for nearly an hour.
She then arose mechanically, walked
to a nearby house and notified the
police by telephone. Patrolman Glenn
was detailed to the scene of the affair
and found that Slmmonds had died
from an hemorrhage.
According to friends, Slmmonds, upon
the entreaties of his mother, left a
thriving business in Kelso to take up
h ls life work anew In this city. Mrs.
almmonda Is In a critical condition and
Is under the care of physicians.
Shepherd Frozen to Death
By Associated Press.
BUTTE, Mont., Dec. 2.-A special to
the Miner from Lewlston, says:
"Tom Davis, sheep herder of the Flat
Willow district, is missing, and. It is
believed that he was frozen to death
In a recent bllazard. The snow in
Fergus county la two feet and a half
deep on a level and tremendous storms
nave raged lately. Davis' Dheep have
been found, but nothing can be learned
of his fate, and he has been missing
for some time.
**«« Folks
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8 Inches, waist 6 Inches and blps 9
inches In a short time by a guaran
teed harmless remedy without exercise
or starving. I will tell you all about
It. Call next Wednesday or enclose
stamp. Address, Mrs. A. O. McFadden,
I 3040 Upper Boulevard, Los Angeles,
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Riverside and Back— t.75 II Claremont and Back^ 1. 10
Corona and Back ___. 1.65 111 Santa Jinita and Back — ! .40
, Jlnd Many Other Points
Trains go at 7:30. 6:00, 8:30, 8:45, 10:45 A. M., but be sure you get the right one
RICHARD MANSFIELD
BELATED THEATER NEWS
Announcements of the Belasco and the
Burbank— Mansfield Sale
Tuesday
The Richard Mansfield seat sale will
open Tuesday at the Mason box office.
Instead of on Thursday, as Is custom
ary. This is made necessary by the
great demand for reservations already
pouring In. Mr. Mansfield's repertoire
Is published elsewhere.
' For the week beginning Monday even-
Ing the Belasco stock company will pre
sent William Gillette's famous comedy,
"Because She Loved Him So." The
play was originally produced In this
country by J. M. Dodson, Annie Irish,
Arnold Daly and other players of equal
note in the cast. All of the Belasco
company will appear In the cast.
George Barnum will portray the father
of the young woman whoso honeymoon
Is made so dismal by continual quarrel-
Ing with her husband. The efforts of
the old couple to straighten out matters
result In many hilarious situations.
Henry C. de Mine's delightful four
act comedy drama "The Lost Para
dise" will be the offering of the Bur
bank stock company for. the week be
ginning this afternoon. .Manager Oli
ver Morosco personally directed the
rehearsals of the piece ami the mem
bers of the Burbank company have
been "up" in their parts for the past
two weeks on account of the long run
of "The Judge and the Jury." Every
Burbank favorite will appear to good
advantage, for the cast of characters
contains an unusually largo number of
splendid roles.
For the week beginning Sunday, Mae
stro Manfredo ChlaffarelU has prepared
for the Chutes a complete original ser
ies of national nights. Especial care
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1905.
has been taken in the construction of
the Sunday programs, and while the
matinee comprises no exclusive group
of compositions, a number of new
things are to bo offered. One of the
principal of theso will be Chlaffarelll's
new arrangement of the overture to !
Thomas' "Mlgnon." Other numbers are '
the "Dance of the Demons" by Hoist,
the complete overture to Harold's
"Znmpa," Bizet's "Farandola," a new'
Chiaffarelll march and a new arrange
ment of "Faust" motives. In the even-
Ing v complete Italian program will be
given, introducing transcriptions from
the greatest master works of tho Italian
school.
Prof. Jean de Chauvenet will give a
concert at Pacific Music hall next
Friday evening. Hp. will be assisted
by Mrs. Alice de Chauvenet, soprano, (
Mr. R, Grover, violinist, R. Russell !
Maxwell, baritone, and Master Leo ■
Domke, the prodigy pianist, a pupil of
the Chauvenet Temple of Music.
The Women's Lyric club will give
the first concert of Its second season
In Simpson auditorium Friday evening,
Dec. 8.
The De Lano Mandolin club will give I
a recital In Dobinson hall Friday I
night. ••
Window Simile*
Silently damaged shados, 25c; our
burlaps are heavier than others and can
bo pasted; 7G-lnch (not 72) natural, 20e;
36-inch dyed, 15c; .40-lnoh dyed, 20c,
Just the thing bctwoon chair rails.
Moldings, 2c foot; bost paint, Jfl.BO gal-
Icn. Big reduction In wall paper. Try
our enamel, makes things shine like a
mirror: glazing und house painting-
WALTER BROS., 627 S. Spring.
Will the Friday Morning club now
call on the Hon. Grover Cleveland to
lay the corner stone of its new house?
Aber nlcht!
I f» Tint makk or noon cMwrmca.
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100 Blue Serge Suits $15.00
A shipment of men's fine blue serge suits—both double and single breasted; very
latest cut and extra well made; will be offered as an extra H F special at $15.00.
Only a hundred suits in the lot, so don't lose time if you want a suit.
ets, House ZJMM/VI4AJ If Christmas
Coats and | MW| Clothing Co^/ Qifts
Batl "*** s leadincTlotwep* Forl>len
337-341 SOUTH SPRING STREET
PART 111
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