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TWO JUDGES TAKE
OATH OF OFFICE
Frank G. Finlayson and Gavin
Craig Are Sworn in for
Places on Bench
JURISTS TO CHANGE COURTS
General Switch Will Occur When
Three New Men Assume
Two of the three new judges of tlio
Los Angeles county superior court
who «in Rssumi oflti ■ January ". 1911,
the lirsi ilay of the new year thai Is
mil a legal holiday, yi sti rday took the
oatli of ofli. c.
They were Judges-elect Frank G
!■• ilayson and Gavin CraiK, vims,- '•■''"" ■
ms ! r< in the m i rctiiry ol s tate at
Sacramento arrlveii yesterday morn
hiK and vho nought ih'- offlci of the
ntj 11. rlt In Hie afternoon.
Andre* Francisco, chief deputy to
c i;. Keyes, county r!< k, i dminis
terefl the oath to them, I latlon
to which tii. y nwora bi Ins v simple
one ami to the effect thai they » 111 up
hold the laws nf i ounty and state.
Thi • ih. n slg i the oath In
- ountj ■-■ book of mlsci Hani nun re
,1. Perry Wood, tl ther mc oi
ludgi , lias not taken tlie oath of
'■- i,. r ac i ould be learni 'I ill the court
house, tie may have received his row ,
mission, sworn to the oath before some '
offictal other than the county clerk, !
forwarded it to the si i n tars of sta ti i
and Intends to file n copy hero, which
Is according to law, court house of
fli era declare.
.11 l><;h> to i UAM.K rCItTRTS
With the nppenranee of Judges Fln
layson, Craig and Wood ihm.h the bu
perior court bern h Tuesday there will
h.- considerable changes In the county
courts other than In jurists.
Judge Wood will preside In dpparl
ment one, which will remove from its j
present position on the fourth floor t i
thi . p trtmi nt where dej artment i
now Is located on tl).- third floor.
.ln.lv. Rives vt 111 continue In d I
ment two on the third door and Judge .
Hnusi t will remain in department three
on thn fourth floor.
.Inriß.. Flnlayson "ill sit In depart
ment four, which will remain where It |
la on the third floor.
Judgi Conrey will still preside In de- j
partment five on the third floor and |
Judge Monroe will remain In depart
ment six on the fourth floor.
Judge Craig will assume the bench
In department seven, which "ill be re
i,i..<. .1 from tho third floor to the
apartment now occupied on the fourth
floor by department one,
Judge Wilbur will continue In de
partment eight nn thr third floor, as
will Judge Bordwell, presiding judge, j
in department nine, on the fourth floor.
Judge Hut:. .n will take bis official
geal in department ton on the fourth
floor, his •\' hai ge ft orn ]■ partment !
four holng because he ; - next In line
for the offl ■<■ of presiding judge and
it Is desired that that position shall
proceed numerically when thi change
is made next Maj
LAST I>\Y FOR THREE
Judge Willis will continue In depart- j
in. Nt eleven and Judge McCormick,
who is sitting in department one, viii
move to department twelve, the lattei
two sections being thosi whi re the
i riniin.il ca ii s are heard.
Tin-' retiring Jurists are Judge Her
vey, who haa \n>>i\ in department seven;
Judge Moss of department ten and
Judgi Davis o( department twelve.
Today i- the last official day Cor then)
to -it upon the bench.
Another unusual condition In the
nourts, beginning January 3, is that
there then will be t\\^ luries .'it work.
Tin re ordinarily arc only thn ■ m
In tli" superior court, two always I
required In the criminal departments
and om to hear civil Thi ■
i lons, howi ver, ' ive Increased
thai thin be another
jury added with the beginning "f the
■ imi lii addition i here is tl ne
tip rarily required In the pi'obate de
partmi nt v here tho cont I
Anita Baldwin-Turnbull for a daugh
ter's share of tin i atati oi E .'. I laid
win will I" resumed January 4.
Thn i makes five jurli s In all, being
distributed among 11 il^- W I,
Hi hi.- . Willis and Md 'ormick.
l 'i gpltc the many changes, tho i ilen
dar « in proi eed undisturbed, the i a.sos
all remaining In the departments where
ihi j no iv are net and th only dlf
ferem •■ bi ing In thi men who will
in ii I
JUDGE ROSE WILL DOUBLE
FINES OF FAST AUTOISTS
11l MTitmriiifr J. \V. IS, arrested
for speeding hi:< automobile yesterday
morning, Judge Hose unofficially Is
sued a warning to autoists who fail to
control tin iv desire or speed. Judgo
Rose tlireati tv double tho amount
of flm which ho h.ts been extracting
from Bpeed maniacs.
'•Two ordinal ■■. Hi
propli ," .-■ .1 lil tin i ufti
" ■ ■ ' i■ • i ' "The lirxt
■ tl.e city 01 [linn .. '
hour. Tl ■
lam c. which limit
chini .-•■ to ' ■■•■'' '•■ per houi.
■if thotte ho 1 . • . me
have broh a both ai ' ■ ■ liable;
to begin tilling I ■ breaking
CHARLES SCHATTE DIES
Charles atte, S-j yours old, lor
twenty-live years v resident of Los
Angeles, died yesterciaj at Jus home,
iVlb Fedora street. Funeral services
ivill be held Monday at I p. m, lI the
• residence and thence to th. German
Lutheran church where anrvlceu will
be held at -p. m. Burial will be in
BURGLAR ASKS PROBATION
James A. < 'iili> pleaded kuill
glary yi 1 I 'daj In Judgi ' de
partment hi the iperii
asked for probatt n He
■ 1 on tbi nutter J
Mi'iini Xrni/iM io \\iulioii ■
The Southern Pacific Is tlie ouiy stt-.un
railroad to il" grounds, direct to Ilia main
• .1 in not, wit :i s^paim** entrance ■• nl exit
lor Southern P»i Hi pa>f"'nsr ra.
Special trains leave I.<") 'i■•• ■'■ ■-> 'A'-oa^lo
ciatlon, iit!■ and Central avenue) •]riii >■ to
.Im,. 3, mi, Inclusive, at 0:06 m., 11 a. m.,
11:30 .1. m., i- 01 p. m., J J. 30 p. in . 1 v
In. and 1:30 p. in. Upturning, luavu avia
tion ,',. 1 i 4:45 p. in.. 5 p. in., 5:1 ;.. m,,
t; p. in. No local slops In cither djrir'iiou.
I'lenty nf roomy !■:■■■. heated cars with
l-cats tot ever] one. Round trip l«t ticket
offlcM) from J."» Angelua 9 Si. ' Conteela
1 :?n ]'. 111.
Cut this out mid UM It for Mine lablfl «i»l
Mait early. l.et Angles offleati «00 Bouts
Hprlnic nfrp»t, Are»'lo Itttlon, Fifth fin]
« rntral «v«UU«. "**
SOMEONE WRITES DAMN
IN PREACHER'S BOOK;
CHOIR BOYS BLAMED
LONDON, Per. Who wrote
the word "damn" In the preacher's
bonk in the church vestry? This
question is stirring the old Susses
village of Wish rough Green to its
very center, and as one result the
village church is cholrless. J. A. P.
Wyat, M. IV, one of the church
wardens, last Sunday opened the
book opposite the latest signature
of the vicar, the Rev. Mr. Malprice,
when he was shocked to see the
naughty word staring him in the
face in print.-.1 letters an Inch high.
ll.' called the vicar In and that
good man was aghast. They do
cided to submit m o matter to the
church wardens, and these jumped
to the conclusion that one of the
choir boys had written the naughty
The trembling children were ques
tioned collectively and individually,
but each of them denied that he had
written a word.
The church wardens, wrought up
to a liiKli pitch by the refusal of the
urchins to confess, dismissed tlio
whole choir rind forbade them to
enter t lie church until thn writer
of "damn" owned to his misdeed.
VENICE WILL GIVE 1911
A RIP ROARING WELCOME
Masked Ball. Fireworks- 1000-
Mile Endurance Contest and
Band Concert Features
A monster celebration of the birth of 1011.
to l>e held I night at Venice^ promises to
eclipse anything ever attempted by that re
sort before. A complete program bus be.
nrninf and fmm all Indentions there will
be h welcome to the New Year not to be
: forgotten soon.
Probably the most Interesting of the features
I arranged for the celebration In the 1000-mile
endurance contest, which will ho finished by
lCMoppey, th racer, at midnight. The prog
ress of the contest has b jen watched with
(treat Interest and Its termination will be
I A bis masquerade ball will be held in the
■ dancing pavilion, while from the end of
.the breakwater fireworks will be set oft nt
midnight. Ii haw he-Mi announced that the
I rates of Venice will remnln open all niKht ami
Hie auditorium will remain open until after
the display of ■ reworks, special sinners an.l
entertainers have be. secured to a*«lat tho
Venice of America band In entertaining In
PRAYERS TO BE OFFERED
FOR RAIN IN SOUTHLAND
Bishop Conaty Announces Names
of Examiners in Diocese
Bishop Conaty lias ordered that
prayers for rain be offered In all par-
I ishes of the diocese of Monterey and
Los Ansel's. The bishop lias also an
nounced the diocesan examiners as
elected ai the meeting at the diocesan
councilors. The examiners who are i
appointed under the ncent decree of
the Sacred Consistorlal congregation
! will hold office five years and are as
follows: Rev. John S. Laubaeher of
Oxnard, Rev. W. F. Qulnlan of Pasa
dena, Rev. Eugene Helfernnn of Ban
Diego and Rev. Joseph McManus of
Los Angeles The following were ap
pointed parish priests' consul tors: Rev.
John Brady of San Bernardino, Rev.
A. Oarrign. of Pan Luis Oblspo, Rev.
p. Browne of Salinas and Rev. Joseph
Nunan of Pomona.
Bishop Conaty tins announced the
following appointments, the official an
nouncement being In the Tidings, the
diocesan paper: Rev. John Reynolds,
lector Immaculate Conception, Lon -
poc; Rev. John Sayers, rector Our
Lady of Refuge, Castrovllle; Rev.
Gregory ABhe, acting rector Hyde
Park. Inglewood and Hawthorne; Rev.
Leo Garsse, assistant rector St. Clara'?. I
Oxnard; Rev. Joseph L. Daumas, ns- ■
aistant rector St. Francis. Bakersfield;
Rev. Edward Rloroan, assistant rector
San Luis Obispo; Rev. M. Moran, as
sistant, cathedral, Los Angeles; Rev.
Joseph O'Reilly, chaplain Convent of
Our Lady of Mercy, Los Angeles.
FULLERTON HELD TO COURT
TO ANSWER FRAUD CHARGE
Earl Fullerton, appeared before Police
Judge Rosa yesterday, charged with defraud
ing X, R. Denman, was held for tho superior
I court on nr,ou bond Fullerton a few weeks
| hbo Hold tlio furniture of a lodging house at
D 36 I.us Angeles Ktreet to Denman, The fur
niture elf.l not belong to Fullerton, according
io 11), complaint, Its real owner, A. 1..
Alderman, having simply left Fullorton tv
charge while ho was out of tho city. Fuller
ton was arrested in Chicago.
GAS EXPLOSION BURNS MAN
While attempting to licht n saa stove In
' his home yesterday morning It. F. Jehl of W\
Kast Thirty-ninth street was painfully burned
about the furo and hands, ens exploding us
he applied the match to tin burner. .It-lil
was taken to the receiving hospital, where It
,va» Ftntfit that hl< burns, while painful, are
not uf a Eorlons nature.
IF YiX INTKSII UOI.NU : v- i
Call on some, Sail Lake Routo Bgent
for Information about the service via
that popular line.
In addition to the palatial Los An
i KPli-s Limited, which is described In
nnother place In this pi or, the Salt
j Lake Route operates two other through
trains from Los Angeles to Salt Luke
City every day..
Tho American Express, ii . Ing Los
Angeles at 2 p. Hi. is a limited train
making the run to Salt Lake City In
21K. hours, with electric lighted staml
nrd sleepers through to Denver via
D. & R. ii. R. It., and to Bul - . Mont.
Also a through tourist sleeper to Kan
tsas City via Union Pacific and Denver.
Connection is made at Salt Lake City
with through sleepers to Chicago. A
dining car with excellent a la carte
.service completes the equipment,
Last but not least Is tho Overland
Express, a popular nlghl train, leaving
Los Angeles lit S o'clock. Kvery day
this train carries a through tourist
sleeper to Chicago via D. & R. Q. It. R.
and Burlington Route (personally con
ducted °n Mondays and Thursdays),
Every Wednesday there it al.su a tour
ist sleeper through to St. Paul and
Minneapolis via D. A R G, to Denver,
Union Pacific to Omaha and North
western line to tlio Twin Cities. Tn
addition are a »tandnrd sleeper, free
reclining i hair car, coaches and dining
car to Bait Lake City.
If you have any Intention of taking
an eastern trip It will pity J"*u ■■ ■■ ■•
norno Salt Lake Route agent and get
full particulars about tlio excellent ser
vice of this line, rates of fare, etc.
Los Angeles offices) are at 601 South
Spring street and First Street station
Both offices, phones Ma In 8908 and
Home 10081, ••• ,
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MOKMMi. r DECEMBER 31, 1010.
ACTRESS LOSES HER DOG;
SUES EXPRESS COMPANY
Dallas Tyler Charges That Ani
mal in Transit Died from
salt LAKE, Dec. 80. - Dallas Tyler,
leading woman with "The Traveling
Bali iman" i ompnnj. v hli h is pluj ins
an ■ ■ i igemi nt this week at the .-' lit
!. ..■ theater, has entered suit again I
;: local express i ompany to reco> or
damages for the death of n Boston hull
1 up, which she allegi s died from crlm.
inul ncglecl while In the custodj ol
the express i i unpany.
\., admirer ol -Miss Tyler w Islied to
surprise her wtih a Chrlstruaa present.
and sent her froni New York b Hne
bull terrier. Miss Tyler did not know
, ■ the gift until yesterduj . when a
telegram arrived from her friend, ask
, ing ho« she liked the dog. No d..R
i had been ■'• livi n d to lier; so, armed
«itli tlie lelegrnm, she set out upon B
round ol the i-xpress companies.
vt imc place they hnd tho remains
, : thi litl le antn al, «hlch had eaten
' the tHs oft the crate while in transit,
I KO that no one km « to whom he whs
to (,e delivered, in the hurry and bustle
, ..■ getting -■■ 11 the Christmas packages
. his crate was plai cd In ii i orner of
the storeroom, where it was forgottpn,
nnd when Mis.- Tyler arrived tin- little
mal had starved to di ath,
Since he had destroyed tho tag, the
pany claims tins particular
dog was not hers; and has offered to
si ttle with her for .>ne <ioz lost In tran
s i! but not for one starve.i ;.> death.
Miss Tyler threatens t.> Invoke the aid
ol the S P. ''. A.
SALT LAKE ROAD SENDS
80.000 FOLDERS TO EAST
! Railway Company Makes Special
Effort to Attract Visitors
A strong boost for California is bo
ing- made throughout the oast by the
S-i it Lake road, which has Just dis
tributed 80.000 attractive folders show-
Ing tho charms of Southern California's
This is tho most pronounced effort
yet mad.' by the Salt Lake, road to en
courage travel from the snowbound
belt Into California.
T. c. Peck, general passenger agent
of the line, says the road expects to
handle the greatest number of pas
senfc rs westward for the coming three
months than for any similar period In
The folder! bring out a new slogan
for the Salt Lake—"The Way to Cali
fornia." Views of Southern California
scenes add to the attractiveness of the
To court the favor of the fair sex
when traveling, the Salt Lake has also
lss'ued . souvedlr In the shape of a
measuring tape encased in n small cel
luloid box. With thr Salt Lake emblem
and a California orange grove shown
on the two sides.
MAN FINED FOR LEAVING
AUTO ENGINE RUNNING
i .lump; Hill. a. well known contractor, was
before Judge Robs in the police court ye«ter
da; . charged with leaving his automobile
1 engine running while his car was standing
in the street. Mr. Hill was before the same
Judsr» Thursday, charged with falling to secure
I a permit for excavating, and Judge Hose
could lint suppress a smile as he stepped
Into the room for the second time in two days.
"Regular attendant here, ain't you?" aald
the Judge "I'll have t.i give you your choice
of $"' or five days."
"I've a notion to take, the days," said Mr.
Hill, unlling a* he reached. In Ills pockets
to secure the 18.
SLEUTH WHO STOLE AUTO
HELD TO SUPERIOR COURT
Oenrge White, the amateur detective, who,
finding nothing on which to exercise his abil
ities, stole an automobile, placed It In an
alley ami th?n reported to the police that
thieves had left It there, was before Polio*
Juilge Roue yesterday for his preliminary ex
amination. He was bound over to the supe
rior court and held on $1000 ball, which ha
was unable to furnish.
i White confessed to th» police that he stole
I the automobile which he told the police he
found In the dark alley hack of Bailey &
I Schmidt's store on South Spring street.
Following are the permits issued since, the
last publication of the list and classified ac
cording to wards:
Wards— Permit.". Values,
First 3 ' '■-'■
Send 6 0,260
Third » s«
Fourth 2 "•tw'r>
Fifth S «■«•■>
Sixth ■* 2,150 i
Ninth 2. 2:"
Totals 21 $33,365
Nomrandle nvenu?, near Fourth street' '■' M.
Simpson. 8838 Budlong avenue, owner: i: B.
Shnpland, builder; one-story one-room garage;
Dayton avenue, 3455— J. H. I'■ !■■' Monte, nt
lot, owner: Robert Walker, builder; one-story
Vermont n.venue, "72" Poutli— V. V. Cross,
Qramercy place, owner; B. p. Yarncll, build
er; to repair building; J!SS.
nroadway, "'H South 11. Ptlmson estiUo,
Btlmson hull ims owner; R. i' Yarnell, build
er: i'> repair building; M 42.
Hollywood—22o Detroit avenue — Samuel
Mackey, CL'2 Harriet street, owner and builder;
one-ntory KIN-room renldencp; I2SSO.
Goldan <".«tp avt-nue, JCS4—S. IV. Ritchie, IBBS
flnidon fjalp avpnxie. o^'nor and builder; one
story five-1 . i residence; $2000.
FiViy-thir'l stnet, -::: West—Mrs. D, X.
Merchant, 4".OTi M "■■■'■' avenue, owners
Sl-.nnks i: ; licklngi r, builders; one unil one
half-story elß.it-room residence; WO.
Sixth street, SOU East—Chariot W, Walker,
<fni Kuolld nue, owner and builder; to
move iiml repair resilience; 5230.
Main street, r,l:i South-Silent & Co.. 32*
South Hill street, owner; Universal Repair
company, imiMer; ■.■••:: «t building; ?2f>'>.
Arapahoe street. 1127— T. B. Burn W.VI
South Union avenue, owner; .T. B. Kuhn,
builder; one-story barn; $1C".
Avenue Eighteen. 211 South—Mary Niwlettl,
at lot, owner; C T. Borton Co builder; al
teratlon of residence! $1000.
Hollywood—llsll Forest avenue— Hast
|r(ts, at lot, owner; addition to building; J2OO.
Washington streot, nenr Tenth avenue—
Mr«. L. A. Sanchfield, M 0 Caul Forty-sixth
street, owner; W. I. tossing, builder; two-
Bt.iry ten-room residence; $3500.
Hooper avenue, 4814—Mrs, I. W. Brown ]3"i
I, , Porty-elghth street, owner; Compt ■
Avenue Building company, ijulWer; one-story
fi ur-room resilience; JIOOO.
p.'i".lu str»et, 1314—A, J. Tl.i.i. .. i, 131 I»or
tta street, owner and builder; on« and ons
half-Btory elgnt'room residence; S2OOO.
Maple avenue, 3703-07— "• I- Uumnlre.
Thlrty-ellthth street and Maplo avenue, own
er; iiowanl McCollum, builder; alteration of
uton ila ■■• '>'»<' '■• I'" street—W. "■
Jackson, 1315 North Wilton plai c, owner and
puililrr: one-Rtory tlve-room residence; $1000.
Fifty-second street, 431 Sast— ■ anor r.eii,
941 Potter Park avenue, owner: L. B, Parks,
builder: ■.:., residence; |450.
Orand avenuo, .'.' ■ South ■Charles 1,, ills
prinH, G715 ICaoino street, on nor nn.l builder;
one-story Hvi • "in r#nlilenee; JlGOfl.
Forty-ninth street, 14M I'.as*.—W. .1. Roed,
t:ifis Kahi l-'irty-fli>t street, owner and builder;
addition i.i residence; ?2on.
Media drive, UsU—Cleorgfl It. Kln» in lot,
owner; P. ,T. Leaver ft ''■ -. buildort; one-
Ht'iry flve-roetii rexlilener; Jt'-'Oi.
Forty-ninth street. BIS Km W. M Main r.
B?9 l*a*t Forfy-nlnlti h ree owner; ''. Con
reity, bulkier; one-story three-room residence;
WOULD-BE BURGLARS ARE
SENT TO PENITENTIARY
Joe Doyle and John Mickey, caught
111 the act of trying to enter the es
tablUhment of Henry L. Kohn at 3o">
Baal Fifth street, the nigrlit of noeoni
irr is, were tent to the penitentiary
yesterday by Judge WHWa of tho su
it happened thai .lames Hoslck of
the LOS Angeles detective department
was walking In BMt Fifth street the
1.: :ht the men were trying to com
mit burglary and reached the entrance
to Kohn'a store while they were at
v.ork upon the fastenings of the door.
They were arrested and quickly held
to answer after a preliminary hearing
..in the police court. When they reached
the sipctior court they waived Unit)
for pleading and for the passing Of
sentence, a three year term being giv
en Doyle' and two years being allotted
ti> Mackey. Both were sent to Fol
MISTAKES IN LANGUAGE
CAUSE CHARTER DELAY
Council and Mayor Have to Act
Over Because of Changes
Because of the necessity of putting
some more whereaaes and aforesalds
and a comma or two in the charter
amendments, the coucil had to hold a.
■pedal tin-.Mini; yesterday evening and
pass the charter amendments all over
again. Tlie mayor will have, to sign
thorn over again ami they will have to
be published again.
Tho Changes in the amendments will
delay the charter election until March
6 and many more changes will still
further delay it. This is running pretty
close, as it is only because of the vast
amount of legislation that the stat.'
assembly expects to do that the session
is expected to last into March. The
amendments must be approved by the
legislature before they are effective,
and if it should happen that the legis
lature adjourned before the amendment
election they could not bo put into
effect before two years,
But the changes, while apparently
immaterial, were necessary to the legal
phraseology of the amendments, one
or two changes other than In phrase*
ology were made.
Tlio referendum is not to apply to
any orders or resolutions made by the
council affecting bond proceedings, and
tho first term of the city attorney un
der the new charter will be for two
years instead of four, his successor
serving four years.
MAN ACfUSED OF ASSAULT
An information charging Ricardo
Banchez With assaulting; Aureliano
Puertn with intent t" murder him the
night of October 11, was Hied yesterday
in Judge Willis' department of tho su
perior court. He will be arraigned
SANTA IE HOLIDAY HATES
The Santa Fe will sell holiday ex
cursion tickets at one and one-third
lares tor the round trip between all
stations on its Hi ■<■■* Where the one
way fare is Jin.no or Ipss. Tickets on
sale December 23d, 84th, :'3th, 26th, 30th,
31st, 1910, and January Ist. 2d, 1911.
Final return limit January 3, 1011. •*•
FELON GIVEN FIVE-YEAR TERM
Judge Dnvis (if the criminal depart
ment of the superior court yesterday
Sentenced W. H. Jacobs, found guilty
of a statutory offense, to serve five
years at Ban Quentin. A notice that
the rasa would he nppoalert was fik'd.
After 20 Years of Intense Suffering
When All Thought He Had but
Short Time to Live. Earnestly
Prayed to Die. Condition Deplor
able Beyond Description.
Tries Cuticura. Eureka! Relief at
Once. Stopped Terrible Burning
Sensation from Word Go. In Six
Weeks Skin Smooth asThis Paper.
"I hare been afflicted for twenty years
with an obstinate skin disease, called by some
M. D.'s. psoriasis, and others leprosy, com
mencing on my scalp; and in spite of all I
could do, with the help of the most skilful
doctors, It slowly but surely extended until a
year ago this winter it covered my entire
person In the form of dry scale*. For the
last three years 1 nave been unable to do any
labor, and Buffering Intensely ail the time,
Every morning there would lie nearly a dust
panful of scales taken from the sheet on my
bed, some of them half as large as the enve
lope containing this letter. In the latter part
of ■■ inter my skin commenced crai king open.
1 tried everything, almost, that could bo
t ioug ■ of, without any relief. The 12th of
June i started West, In hones I could reach
the riot Springs I reached Detroit and was
so low 1 thought I should have to go to the
hospital, but finally got as far as Lansing,
Mich., where I had a sister living. One
Dr. treated me. about two weeks, but did
me no good. All thought I had but a short
time to live. I earnestly prayed to to.
Cracked through the akin all over my back,
across my rib i, arms, hands, limbs: feet badly
swollen; toe-nails came off; [inger-natls dead
and hard as a bone; hair de id, dry and lifeless
as Old straw. Omy God! how 1 did suffer.
"My sister, Mrs. E. H. Davis, liad a email
part of & box of Cuticura In the house. She
wouldn't Rive up; said. "We will try Cuti
cura." Some was applied on one hand and
arm. Eurekal theft was relief; stopped the
terrilile burning sensation from the word go.
They immediately g.it Cuticura Resolvent,
Olnt ient and Soap. I commenced by taking
one tablespoonful of Cuticura liesolvent three
times v day sifter meals; had a bath once a
day water about blood heat; lined Cuticura
Soup freely; applied Cuticura Ointment
morning and evening. Result; returned to
my home in ju.*t six weeks from the time I
left, and my skin ajt smooth as thi« sheet of
paper. Hlrurn .Carpenter, Henderson.N.Y."
"We hereby certify that we are acquainted
with the. aforesaid Hiram E. Carpenter, and
know bin condition to have been as stated.
We believe It is statement to be true in every
particular." L. B. Simmons A Bon, Mer
chants; O. A. Thompson, Merchant, A. A.
Davis; Millard E. .Joiner. Merchant; John
Carpenter! A. M, Lcm'ngwell, Attorney and
( o intelor-at-law, all of Henderson, N. \ .
The above i narkable testimonial was
written January 19, 1880, and is republished
because of the permanency of the cure.
Under date of April 23, 1010, Mr. Carpenter
wrote from Ills present home, 610 Walnut
fit. 80., Lansing, Mich.: "I have never
Buffered a return of the psoriasis and
sit hour mnnv yearn have passed I have
not (orgotten the terrible suffering i endured
before using the Cuticura Remedies."
Plncethli cure wu made, by the Cntlcura
Remedies, tin ■ ,■ have made their way to every
part of the. dvlßsed world. A .32-page book
let describing humors and affections of the
skin will be mailed free to those desirtne fur
ther Information by the Potter Drug & Chem
ical Corporation, Uustot., U. S. A.
MOVING PICTURES WILL
SHOW FESTIVAL CROWD
Films to Catch Thousands Going
to Rose Tournament on
Moving pictures of tlie electric train?
carrying the thousands of passenger*
from I, os Angeles and*otner points *o
Pasadena f< r the Tournament of i;.> i
will be made Monday. The pictures
will be used in connection with this"
made of the flower pageants and will
be shown all over the world.
Arrangements were completed yester
day by D. A. Munger. general piS
senger agent of the Pacific Electric,
with a moving picture concern to in
clude the train service In its plctun a.
Trains are expected to enter Pasadena
over the four track service at intfr
vals of less than a tfllnute for a short
period, and the picture will show b.v
an immense crowd is handled in Bouth
Tho railroads are preparing to han
dle the biggest crowd I'm- the Tourna
ment of Roses that ever traveled Into
that city for a single day's event.
The Pacific Electric expects to trans
i>oit between 80,000 and 00,000 person.'
to the flower city, tho greater number
of whom will come from l<os Angeles,
and tho steam railroads will carry
The Pacific Electric, Southern Pacific
ami Santa Fe, have arranged for i
series of special trains from Los An
gelos and all nearby points on thoir
lines, The earliest special that will
leave any point for the tournamerl
will be a Pacific Electric train start -
Ing from Long Beach at ti:-io o'clo w
The latter road will run through 'pe
dals from Los Angeles every two min
utea for Pasadena. Through trains will
leave Whlttier for Pasadena .it 7:TO,
7:'>. i and 8:05; Santa Ana will have sp'-
i-ials leaving at 7 and 7:40; San Pedro
at S, Pan Gabriel at S:10, (ilondale at
tf:4o, 7:20 and S; Long Beach nt 6:80,
«:.".:>. 7:10. 7:35 and 7:50. A special will
leave Qlendora at S and Aztisa at S:2O,
Covtna at 8:10, and tho stun.' train
will leave Del Monte at 8:15. The Lou
Angeles specials will go over thwe
lines—Via the ostrich farm, the short
line and the t iak Knoll line.
Special trains will leave the Southern
Pacific station at S:or.. B:1B, 11:20 a, in.,
2:20 and 4:50 p m. The Santa Fe will
run specials nt 7::!0. X:M, S:4. r >, it, 9:SO,
0:4., 10:10 and 10:30. Schedules to suit
the crowd will be made for the return
EDITOR ACCUSED OF LIBEL
An information in which 7.. W. Craig
Of the San Pedro Pilot is charged with
criminally libeling W. C. Miller and
John c. Wray of tho San Pedro News.
was tiled yesterday In Judge Willis'
department of the superior court, Craig
Is accused of publishing an article In
which, after declaring that Miller and
Wray wrongfully had credited him
with "selling out the longshoresmen's
union and the sailors' union," he as
serted that the plaintiffs had committed
perjury to collect $206 at the time the
11. et of sixtxeen men-of-war visited the
PaciHo coast in 1008.
El Fobrante Land company—Georire I. T^amy,
Kdward T. Youmnns. F. D. Cornell, W. H.
Cornell ami C. H. Kylor, directors. Capital
stock, jr,oo,0O0: BUbaorlbed, 1600.
Title Trust company—William 11. Allen, Jr..
O. I. Clark, O. F. Brant. M. S. Hellman, H.
W. O'Mclveny, William M. Burnham, W. M.
Caswell. William R. BtaaU, C. B. Jones, I.
N. Van Nuys and Henry M. Robinson, direc
tors. Capital stock, $500,000; aubßcribed,
Today (Saturday) is not the last day you can buy MUTUAL HOME
BUILDING CORPORATION shares, neither is it the last day on which a
However, the price of shares will be $1.30 each until the close of business,
and the office, at 9 p. m. tonight, New Year's eve, when the price of
Shares Advance to $1.40
Then upon all stock issued, and upon all subscription payments up to then
made, dividends and interest at the rate of 21', (10% per annum) will be de
clared and paid to all who call Monday, January 2, 1911, and thereafter ti«
the 15th, when the checks will be mailed.
JANUARY 16, 1911
About January 16 next, perhaps before, interested investors will each receive
reports of the six (6) months' doings and a prospectus of what will be doing
during the year 1911. These reports will clearly show justification of every
statement heretofore made (or "hinted at") and a fair, sane lay-out for the
future based thereonand nothing more. You are invited to call or address
204 Higgins Building, Corner Second and Main Streets.
Main 3290. PHONES Home A 3275
TRACT OFFICE—43OO N. Griffin aye. Take Griffin avenue car going
north on Spring street. FIVE-CENT fare. Phone 31466.
By Order of the Court
This immense high-grade stock of ELI MEYER and M. C.
Must Be Sold at Once
We have been ordered to make a clean sweep of every article
in this entire stock IMMEDIATELY — REGARDLESS OF
On Every OVERCOAT and SUIT in the Store.
The same Quality, the same Fabrics, the same Style and the
same everything else that you get in any other store for $40 to
$50. must go now at less than the cost of manufacture. The na
tional reputation of this clothing guarantees you the very best.
Come at Once!
This stock is going fast. 'These arc the most astounding values
ever offered you anywhere. Perfect in every detail of fit and
A few odds and ends of furnishings left, sold at your own
Sale Now on at
Galloway Co. Clothes Shop
329 South Spring
f An Advertisement Becomes an Investment
[ When Placed in THE HERALD J