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IGOJtBOTES AMMVE AND PLAN BIG
CANINE EEAST 1W WEDNESDAY
SAY THEY PREFER SHORT HAIR
Naked Philippine Savages Go to Sleep
at Sundown In Air.Tlght Wooden
Boxes— Chief Domingo
An Igorrote village asleep Is as quiet
fla a graveyard at night — and us spooky.
A weird ntlllnesH hung over that quar
ter of Chutes park laßt night, where the
"head-hunting, dog eating, wild people
from the Philippines" are encamped for
the winter. Evidently the Igorrotes do
not snore or talk In their dreams and
the dogs do not yelp at the moon. At
sundown every head hunter hud gone
to bod — or rnther, to box— for they sleep
In chrsts nlmosit nlr tight. Kvery one
but Atitero, the boy interpreter, and
three other night hawks, who sat up
until nine, toasting their toes around a
Scattered nhout the enclosure were
half n do7.en boxes about four feet by
twelve. These tiro the sleeping apart
ments of the Igorrotes. A small door
In one end of each shows the. mode of
Ingress. They sleep five In a box and
the boxen must be almost air tight or
they refuse to occupy them. The Igor
rotes nre particular. They are not «o
fussy about water, though. A shower
bath Is being erected in one corner for
the daily bath to which they are accus
tomed in their native land. In the cen
ter i» the court of justice, consisting of
a circle of stones within an open space
In the center.
Chief Domingo Is Angry
The jail, which looks like a large dog'
kennel, opens on the circle. The high
pole houses are thatched with straw
and bamboo brush, and are exact dupli
cate of their house at Uontoe.
Antero was sulky and not disposed to
sociability. Domingo, the head chief. ■
with seventeen heads to his credit, had
ncolded Antero for introducing his wife
—the chleftalness — to some inquisitive
visitors in the afternoon. Domingo is
ns jealous as he brav*\ and it made him
wroth to hear the American ask his
CHAUFFEURS SELECTED TO
Board of Supervisors, Ocean Park
Officials and Attorney Earl Rogers
Warned Against Further Auto.
The board of supervisors, the mayor
of Ocean Park, the board of trustees
lof Ocean Park and Attorney Earl
liogers, who were arrested last Thurs
day afternoon by Officers Mojonlerand
Uerchtold on charges of having vio
lated the automobile speed ordinance
appeared before Judge Kose yester
day morning and the three chauffeurs
of the party were each fined $10.
It was a dramatic moment in the
I new court room of Judge Hose when
each of the names of the distinguished
lawmakers were called out by tha
"What would Judge Hose do with
them?" was the question over which
the inquisitive public had puzzled since
the announcement of the arrest of the
lawmakers had been made.
Attorney Earl Rogers came into the
court room with the same look of
wisdom beaming on his features that
was a part of the make-up of
Judge Hose. The attorney took a se
cluded position In the rear of the hall
of Justice and almost inaudlbly an
nounced to all who were in on the
game and knew his true identity that
lie was not going: to "butt in" and
plead for mercy.
All Knew Their Lines
One by one the names of the en
tire party were read off in the rapid
I and monotonous legal fashion and as
quickly did the makers and dealers
in things legal rise and respond. It
looked much like a well trained class
in Juvenile gymnastics.
Then came the moment when the
judge would x>ronounee the awful fate
of the aristocrats from the surf-bathed
city and the board of supervisors. A
still hush spread over the entire court
room. A fore-boding silence— the si
lence that always precedes tragedy,
hung over the gathering. Slowly Judge
Rose lifted his eyes from his docket
•until they shot a gleaming shaft over
the top edges of his glasses. There
they rested for a moment.
"I find that In this case the speeders
were all of one party, and in that
case I will divide the fine among you,"
cam* from the Judge; "the fines in this
case will be $10 each for the chauf
Gives Awful Warning
"Remember that in the future the
THE EASY OIL.
Scott's Emulsion is
"the easy oil"— easy to
take, easy in action. Its
use insures deliverance
from the griping and nau-
seating sensation peculiar
to the raw oil. Nobody
who has any regard for
their stomach thinks of
taking cod liver oil in the
old way when Scott's
Emulsion is to be had.
It is equally certain that
no one having a regard for
their health will accept a
cheap emulsion or alco-
holic substitute for Scott's
Emulsion. It fulfills ev-
ery mission of cod liver
oil and more.
, SCOTT Ii BOWNB. «•» r«*rl Strut, Nt* Vaik.
wife how she would like n. white hus
band. Her answer whs all that could
be exacted of the most ffllthful wife,
•ivillzed or pngan, but Domingo whs
angry, nevertheless, and Antero had to
The little pavngo mine out. of the
rlrrle to be Introduced to n reporter,
willingly enough, though he gnve a limp
hand to be shaken and hud little Infor
mation to offer. About all It amounted
"This yer 1 nlse plase— San Francisco
vrr' cold. We eat dog by-an-by—
That was nil from Anlero. His chief
was shut tip light In a near-by box of
two-inch planks, but boxes sometimes
have ears, and Antero did not propose
to get himself Into any more trouble by
talking too much.
The chief thing Is the Tgorrltes in
tend to eat dog, or dogs, In pplle of the
fact their malinger. It. Schueldewlnd.
hns been Warned by Officer SSlßWier of
the ltum:me society that nrrests will
promptly follow any such action.
Must Have Their Dog Meat
Furthermore, and worse, they will
buy their dog meat from the city pound,
end falling there they will get their
dog any way they ran — but they must
have dog. A dog feast Is as much a
necessity to the social life of the Igor
rote ns roast turkey Is to nn American
en Thanksgiving. It would be well to
keep a close guard on the family pet,
particularly If he has short hair. The
Igorroto does not eat the long-haired
"In liontoc, their native country,"
raid ill*. Schneider, "dugs are bred for
rating, just as pigs and sheep are in
this country. If they are humanely
killed I don't boo where there Is any
ground for complaint from the Humane
society. We have had trouble with the
authorities though on that account In
every city In which we have appeared,
but nothing came of It all."
/'The Humane society will keep watch
on the Igorrotes," nays Mr. Zimmer,
"and there will be arrests as soon as a
dog is killed."
Wednesday tho village; will be in
readiness for the dog feast, which is
given once a week, and the public will
be able to eat Ponto with the Igorrotes
— if Ofticer Zlmmer does not Interfere.
It is. A third offense will be punish
able by a line of not less than $75 and
a prison sentence."
Tho cause tor this sudden arrest of
lawmakers was the result of a search
fines for the second offense will bo
nothing short of $fio for rach offense;
you are gettinff off rather lightly as
for a highway over which autoists may
Ret up a little speed. If any of the
party that fell Into the toils of tho law
arc asked about it they reply that they
were being shown over the proposed
Ocean Park boulevard, which the seers
prophesy will make Venice grow so
rapidly and take hold of hands with
its parent town, I<os Angeles, so quick
ly that London In comparison to the
city of Angels will be but a country
DECLARES BRAIN ACTION
IS ELECTRICAL FORCE
CLAIM OF DR. A. B. ATKINS OF
Performs Experiment on a Live Steer
With a Galvanometer Which Sat.
isfies Him of the Truth of His
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 15.— Dr. Al
bert ii. Atkins of this city claims to
have proved, by an experiment nmdn
on a steer in the stock yards at Butch
crtown, that brain action is an elec
trical phenomenon. Ills theory has the
support of Capt. L. D. Wildman of the
United States signal corps, who as
sisted him In the experiment.
The apparatus used consisted of two
platinum electrodes connected with a
long copper wire running to a very
The electrodes were Inserted into two
lobes of the brain of a living steer.
After the first quiver caused by
the Insertion of the platinum points
the animal lay quiet and yet the needle
o£ the galvonometer was deflected four
points on the scale and remained so
for nearly six minutes.
Then the animal's throat was cut.
Immediately the needle deflected 111
points in the same direction.
Then the needle gradually returned
to Its normal position,
As no battery was used Dr. Atkin3
Is of the opinion that the electrical
current indicated on the galvanometer
originated in the animal's brain; in
other words, that it was the brain ac
Dr. Atkins had previously demon
strated that electrical force Is devel
oped in the lungs and hearts of ani
mals, and in a paper recently read
before the San Francisco County So
ciety of Physicians and Surgeons he
argued that the mystery of gravita
tion could be solved by attributing it
to electrical action.
"In fact," he declared, "the life
principle Itself Is of electric origin."
Turkish Authorities Claim Russia Has
Distributed Arms in
By Associated Press.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. in.— The
Turkish ambassador at St. Petersburg
haw been Instructed to draw Rußßla's
iittcntlon to the serious situation at
Tltlls, Caucusiu, where it is alleged the
JiUSHlail authorities are distributing
arms to the Armenians and Inciting
them to liiussacre the Tartars.- The
Armenians are alleged, with the assist
ance of the troops, to have taken full
advantage of the opportunity and to
have Invaded Mussulman residences,
Including those of Turkish subjects,
slaughtering the women anil children
as well as the men.
The appeulH of the Turkish consul lo
the looul authorities ut Tlllis were un
STEAMER ASHORE; ALL SAFE
Belgian Vessel Antlgoon Wrecked at
Little Island, Near Norfolk,
By Associated I'reca.
NOKKOMv, Vu.. Dec. 15.— Af.ti-r v
BtniKKlo ut forty-three hourn with
winds and wavt'tt, tluiiiiff which the
Drew hud no time for cutlng or sleep
ing, the Iklglun Bteamer Antlgouii,
t.'apt. I,'allmette, went nsliore at little
Island, iiliniir. twelve iiillcn south of thin
place, curly today. No lives were lost,
the lant iniin being brought Wifely tv
short! late this ufternoon.
The Antlgoon cleared Mobile Peonn
lier 1, louded v/itli lumber for l*i ito
i'hellc, Yranvt, by wuy of Norfolk for
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1905.
LAST SPECIAL VOTE
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Turn In every subscription you ran
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doing good, effective work, and great .
things and surprises can bo looked for- :
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No one has a "walk-over" In the race,
and candidates should not feel over-i'
confident. Contestants who are linger
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Don't get discouraged or pay attention j
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80-and-so has that, but In nine eases ;
out of ten these are usually false and J
such stories are manufactured in hopes
of making others stop their efforts. .
Everyone Is doing very well. Keep tho
good work up. •
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SEALSKIN SACQUES GO UP
Prices Will Be Forty Per Cent Higher
Than They Were Last
By Associated Press.
VICTORIA, B. C, Dec. 13.-Sealskin
Bacques will cost 40 per cent more than
last year, that being the advance in
prices realized at the annual sale of
sealskins In London today, when rec
ord prices were obtained. The Bering
sea, Copper Island and British Columbia
coast catches of Victoria sealers
amounted to 13,200 skins and were sold
for from $123 to $26, some lots going us
high us $27. The average price last year
was $18. The catches of the Cape Horn
schooners were sold for $6 a skin. Many
of these were stagy, the average pelt
not being so 'good as the North Pacific
The high prices realized were due to
the Increasing scarcity of sealskins and
the greatly increased demand. The
prices brought in London today ure the
highest on record.
Attempt to Wreck Trains
By Associated Press.
ASMLAND. Ore., Dee. 15,— A South
ern Pacific detective who has Just re
turned to San Francisco has boon in-
vestigating two attempts to wreck pas
senger trains on the Southern Pacific
neur u Hornbrook, Cal. Obstructions
were found on the tracks a mile north
The HERALD made a gain, November over October,
1905, of 2311 inches — local business— while the Exam- .
iner made a total loss of 230 inches I
The Herald wins on merit. The Herald carries more representative business
houses than the Examiner and is constantly increasing its lead because it sells its
advertising space on the basis of what it has— not on the basis of what the other
The Herald's circulation is greater than that of the Examiner, and its ad-
vertising rates are the lowest of any morning newspaper in the United States-
\^ • - A
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or Horn brook Monday afternoon Just
ahead of the overland passenger train,
broken brake blocks being wired to
the rails. The same night a pile of
ties was found across the track a short
distance south of Horn brook.
Sulphuric Flames Kill Assayer
By Associated Press.
SALE LAKE, Utah, Dec. 15.— R. 11.
Officer, an assayer widely known in
western mining circles, was found dy
ing this morning in the basement of his
place of business, presumably suffo
cated by sulphuric fumes arising from
ores which he was testing. He expired
soon after being found by cne of his
In all it, .tazes JISJ lS^ J^ZB MjsM
Ely's Cream Balm C^JS©/
clpiinsfis. soothes g ym
anil lioals tho dis- * m
caHod mumbrane. It !! *^l
cures rutiirrli and LjjJiJffiA
ilrivos away a cold /ff-\\XS «iw»«\W
In the head quickly. n— anmii— , T\
4'rrnm Iliilm Is placed Into tin; nos-
trils. Kproads over the memlirano und
1m absorbed. Relief Is Immocllato and
a euro follows. It is not drying — docs
not produeo HnrnzliifC. Large size. 50
ernts at drußglsls or by mail. Trial
slsso, 10 routs.
KI.Y ImOTHKTtS. r,6 Warren St.. N. T.
,iV| _^_ _ ' ... . Sj
.gftSrs Men's Holiday Slippers \
fA Wanted Styles— All Leathers-Manufacturers' Samples Priced at About Half 'A
A timely purrhnce Of men's hlßh rcnule holiday slIppTS, nnrt \^
v"^ «-.. just nt the tliT'ft when you need tliPtn most for holiday kIH« |h^
fee sr**::-'"';'' l *frf^ P***~-^iji — nnothrr llliistrßtlon of tho tlmollnroH of nil '•ISroudwny" jA^^^Mw ■►
IK Cj ; ->ii»** 1 *~~**^»*«?' 1 • v'^X r;ilp«. Mflniifiwturorn' patnplcß mo«tly, the very jrtif""" yiP^~Jsisl T*
+ a V^>-^ '•'«'■ : \ : v',!&f if M «iP»ni "f t»e fx'HHon'n style* In nil thr< wanted vC!§h££> >^'^ J&TJ fA
rd £fo/ leathers, And priced about hulf the regular v " luPl^^ ; *p^^^7<wSir <B|
g Mcn , s $2 Slippers $1 mfig^^^ S
B± Mali's hlf?h sradc Bllppors in blflek, lui^l mMll"^^ X
WJ %t2m*M tUmm^mm » £\ In II and rhocoliiln rolorrd kid; others mmm^^.
+A neT \J aJipPCM dtlr of seal. Rnat imd Rrnulno nlll«ator; fj,
5» W.llW.rlh7se t J\j ,,, m)d - atent leather frlmmlnßs: Women's Julietl Oft#»
Jl Men's house slippers, Imltntlon lined with either chamois or kid; c«od $I.SO V.Tom ,/OC VS
J^ iilllKfllor; others of (food quality lioxlbln turned ™^»- vnrloijs tee .... .... , f . „,..„.„ |k>
h> velvet! neatly embrol.lered shnpes; opera, Everott and Romeo WomPn «^iHa f^ggf^SSiffSiP^i X
X fronts; ptitrnt leather trim- styles; you ran t beat this value foi Kr ny or l>lnck fur trlmmlnKs; flexible PJi
rf. mines; eomfortablo shapes; well less than $2.00. Vn nalo toduy, the H olps: well worth ji.W); specially W
4^k worth Vr.c. Today, the j.alr, 4!) c. \ya\\; $1.00. j.rlced for today, tho pair, 98c. rA
£J Men's Branded Shoes JtO 48 J|\ /^k Y f , om^ t l\ 3 J hotl3 $2.98 S
k> Regular $3.00 and $3.50 V«lu« «P^«**O (M^\r : ''^/S\ ™ V*» # 'V |J
WAW A Mens $3.00 Mini $3.r,0 branded shoes mado PsC\&/mJ !V! V ' nmon " f | 1 . Pho j; S , f °, r rlrf!M , TVi 1 " in l ln . " f TJ
Z*a of brlsht patent calfskin or box rulf; lam % 'MTW /M& fino quality kldi'lttce and button styles; T*
fA and Uluehor styles; hand welted soles; I.^ AMW brlKht or dull kid tops; hand turned or
51 stralKht <r easy hwliik lasts; nobby shapes. \iM:4i/ :t W S'°J. ted ""i^ vnr , to " M n0 «»>"-P"S! «P"™. <B
g Today, the pair, $2.48. fc/WWi '^' "*° B***^! S
fe Women's Juliets 7Q r Mfi^W'^k Girls* Shoes Aftr fe
PV Valntf M »I.SO « '** / • / \ V«lu«i t« $1.30 JOL £*
fA\ women's Juliets, made of fancy rolored A"U k ''a*VC V»L.\ dlrle" shoes, made, of doiißolu kid; medium M
JH velvet or quilted satin; fur trimmed; hand fSi^JT J^*%k. '^& weight; round toes; patent leather tips; JB
>^ turned soles; vuluea to $1.60. Today, tho f" *""jT # * i7 - Ptt Rl '& *° 2; values to $1.60. Today, the >?
lO pair, 780. V&r P»'r, OSr. k>
P$ — — — _— - p^
CA r«^7^~^%>^ Children's Winter Coats d»Q AQfA
53 S~s£' rt.^m Values Up to $10.00— Sizes to 14 «PO«flO Cf
Hk Cf vl iJ?'4W** r W^ Hern's an opportunity to buy it practical Chrlstmaa sift for th« f^
Wa $j~t /^■^^v/tSf^.2^-'\ little girl. About an even hundred nobby winter coats, made Wa
X* J^-T<f s"s "> L vi^'/o^ftsl.iF<-4»&r\ r ''"'" n "- w ° o1 kerseys, meltons, ssihellnei*, cheviots nnrl gray mix-
jA K\*l /^r^^f/'i'-TfnljflHJ^v^N tures in tan, blue, brown and various novelties. Sixes fi to 14 rjm
S2j years. Jlrgular values up to $10.00. On sale today, choice, each, JH
i£ &)iA Mm&m'-i %&& GirW Dl> esses co 48 Girls> DressM $19 08 I?
V J HS^'Ss^Uftm >7 ' J V * la " Up tO $3<98 *P^»*° V«luet lo $20.00 «pifc»VO >V
lifyn M. L ■■■^-^i'&y' Olrlß' school dresses, made of A special holiday offerinK of ZA
JH Mr ff^^S^* plain Kranlte cloth, caelnneres . plrls' wool dresses a.nd two-piece JJH
RS \% "-^PsjiiSaa^ %*S3t'" ; ""' checked materials; llus- suitw; liutrJr- «( plain materials; >jj
Flk W VK itifVl mm B ' (U1 '' lousp stylo; plaited or fancy yokes 'and berthas; trim- BO
fcr jfi tn rWw'i W&\ gorfid sklrtw; s-izes ti to H nu-il with laco and silk braid; IB>
v 4 €e^ GW ffl Wl W IJk. years; values to $3.88. Today, sizes to 14; values to $20.00. To- v 4*
fA ■ **if JUi m\ \J& cac ' 1 ' * 2 - 48 - Jay ' cacn < $12.98. fA
g Women's $12.48 Cravenettes $7.48 S[
[£^ Just an even fifty now cravenettea; fully 60 inches lonp; smart styles: tight-fitting pleated backs: loose double- R»
pfy breasted fronts; flat stitched collar; turn-up cuffs; trimmed with buttons: has belt to match; come in all sizes Wa}
a>a in tans, oxfords and olive greens; actual $12.48 values. On sale today, choice, each, $7.48. a>a
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| Sunday, Dec. 17 |
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ORR & HINES COMPANT.
Lots In Greater Los Angeles— THE ONLY LOTS selling on our plans
and terms having WATKR piped to every lot. New $25,000 AVATEK
SYSTEM. Lots at OPENING PKICKS in our NEW TRACT.
THE STARK PALM TRACT
$65 and Up ■
Broad streets and avenues bordered on cither side with palms and
cypress. All lots to an alley.
One dollar down, one dollar per week (on each $100). No interest, no
Free Excursions from our office every day.
Conservative Realty Co. i nc .
Suite Gl3 11. W. llellman Building
Main 2013. Home 4816.
We Maintain Our ltri»titnll»u of llandllnK
The Best Lines of Ranges
Both cast and steel, mado In thin country.
TimKE THOUSAND OI,KNWOOI>B In uao In Ixia Aiigelea and vicinity
testify to their popularity and Huecesa. To thcio wo have added
An uD-to-data ateol ranse, offering it ct prices unprecedented In this
market coiiaiilerlng quality, weight and finish.
Gleanood lluuira from 9'ii Vy. Queen (Heel llmis<-> from 521.80 I'p.
James W. Hcllman IGI North Spring St.
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