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PLAN TO INSTALL THE NEW PASTOR ' PASADENA CHURCH TO HOLD SERVICES Negro Arrested as a Vagrant Proves to Be Well Supplied With Money. Question of Divided Skirt Fatactena Aioney, 114 Bast Colorado Street PASADENA, March 18.— Elaborate plans are being made for tha public Installation' services to be held tomor row evening at the First Baptist church, when the new pastor, Ilev. Al bert Hatcher Smith, late of Scranton, Pa,, will be formally established In the pastorate. It Is expected that there will he a large audience,^ not only of the church members, but of friends of the church from Los Angelrs and this city.' Prominent divines from other de nominations will have a part on the program. Among these will be .' Rev. Harry I Keats, pastor of the Friends' church, Rev. James Malcolm McLeod of the First Presbyterian church. Rev. BobertJ. Burdette, Rev. "W. F. Har per, D. D., Rev. R. R. Meredith, D. D., and others. With these will be seated on the platform the venerable Rev. Dr.' Henry Cooke of Boston, who has been . a faithful friend of the church through many winters spent at the Pasadena hotels. Wealthy Negro Vagrant Late last night a negro about 45 years of age was arrested for vagrancy, and was found to have over $1600 upon him. Of this large amount $40 was In cash, and j the remainder was a certificate of deposit for $1575 issued by the State Bank of Los Angeles. When the money was found the man, Frank Richards by name, said that he had often been ar rested for vagrancy, but that as soon as the authorities found be had plenty of money they generally let him go. In explanation of his present predica ment ho said that he had come to Pasa dena to see the orange trees, and had applied to three lodging houses for a bed, but was refused admittance by the proprietors. So, rather than risk furthar refusals, he had gone to the railroad yards and lain down on the platform of the Orange Packing house, where he was found by the police. He said that when he was in Montana there was no law against camping about anywhere, and he had not known that the laws here -were different. Opinions on Divided Skirts The mistaken report that all divided skirts are to be debarred from the coming horse show, aroused a great deal of discussion today which has continued even after the management o* the show assured everyone Interest ed that both side mounts and the us ual divided skirt mount will be al lowed. East Pasadena Annexation Up to a late hour last night, some seventy men of East Pasadena talked annexation pro and con at the home of J. R. Glddlngs on East Colorado street. The president, C. A. Day, horticultural commissioner for this district, who lives on San Pasqu.il street, led the opposition to annexation to the city. The matter was thoroughly talked over from all points of view, and the water situation entered into the discussion. City Briefs Manager Llnnard of Hotel Maryland, who was supposed to be in the wrecked Southern Pacific train at Burbank, ar rived home Eafely today and was not on the first train south. He went to Santa Barbara Sunday, and was held by- the -storm until today. There was a small blaze at La Casa Grande this morning. Little damage was done. . Fraternal Brotherhood of Pasadena won the $50 prize at Hazard's pavilion in competition with orders from the whole state. The nun generally uhlnea at Coronado. No joy or pleasure on .this earth quite equals that which comes into the homs when baby arrives. Who can describe the happiness of man and woman, joined in wedlock, as they look upon the fragile, delicate mite that is blood of their blood end flesh of their flesh ? And who can depict the hopelessness and dejection that hover about the home where the wife is incapable of becoming a mother? Barrenness proceeds from some derange- ment of the distinctly feminine organs. Many of the common ailments known as "female troubles" cause it. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription overcomes barren- ness by stamping out diseases of women, and by healing and curing ulceration. It tones up the system, stops drains, and restores strength. During gestation it modifies morning sickness, gives elastic- ity to the overstrained parts concerned, makes the hour of baby's coming short and almost painless, and gives wonderful recuperative power to the patient. By making, the mother strong and cheerful, it makes the little one healthy, vigorous and good natured. Insist upon the med- icine dealer giving you Dr. Pierce's Fa- vorite Prescription when you ask for it. Substitutes are often dangerous. Mm. Jaine* W. Blazer, of 639 Catherine 81., Syracuse, N. V., writes : " Your medicines have done wondera Tor me. Por years my healkh was very poor; I had four miscarriages, but since taking Dr. Mems Golden Medical DUcovery and 'Favorite Prescription ' I have much better ncaltb, aod uuw I have • bur healthy baby." • Por 31 one-cent stamps to cover cost of mailing only, you can get a free copy of that celebrated doctor book, the Common Sense Medical Adviser, iooS pages, Illus- trated. Cloth-bound. 31 stamps. Address Or. M.. V. fierce. Butf»lo. N. V. RIVERSIDE OBJECTS TO COUNTY DIVISION BILL Largest Lemon Shipments In the City's History, but Dry Weather Is New Desired Epoclal tft Th» Herald. niVERSIDE, March lfl.— A telegram was sent to Governor Pardee tonight, signed by members of the chamber of commerce and a large number of prom inent i-iiizpnn, protesting against the county division bill. Todny's heavy storm has destroyer! the la«t hope of the niverslde Driving club for the St. Patrick's day races. Los Angelps men who had horses scheduled to participate were today no tified that the trnrk was under water and that postponement until pleasant weather would be Inevitable. Lnnt week's orange output amounted to 253 cars, making a total of 2441 cars for the season. This week's shipments will be seriously handicapped by the continuous rnln. Orange growers are now anxious for a little dry weather, as oranges nre beginning to drop and puff badly. Lemon shipments last week were the largest In the history of th« city, thirty cars going out between March 6 and 11. So far this season 185 cars of lemons have been shipped. The Baraca boys of the Redlands Congregational church last night made their fourth attempt to visit their namesakes In the Methodist chuirh of this city. Former attempts at driving over having been hindered by the rain, the boys last night chartered a car and came in on a special Santa Fe train at 7:20. The Baracas, numbering forty, were accompanied by their girl friends and their teacher, Mrs. O. L. Randall, formerly a resident of Riverside. The church parlors were opened for the re ception of ,the young people, and jolly games were Indulged In to further the acquaintance of the classes. A pro gram of music and recitations was given by the Riverside class, and sup per was served before the departure of the visitors. Gathered Here and There By a transfer of property I. S.'Brown of East Seventh street comes into pos session of the old J. J. Hill place on Magnolia avenue, and deeds his home place on Seventh street to I. W. Miller, who recently purchased the Hill resi dence. Mr. Brown Is having the Mag nolia avenue property Improved for his occupancy. Sheriff Coburn has returned from his trip north with Charles Richards, the bicycle thief. At Redwood City Rich ards made a dash for liberty, but was easily recaptured and made no further trouble. Mrs. Emma McCormock of West Tenth street will entertain the ladies of the Red, White and Blue club tomor row afternoon. At a special meeting of the Riverside Heights Orange Growers' association a memorial on Its late president, G. W. Garcelon, was reported. The memorial was ordered printed and sent to members of the family. The county supervisors today agreed to accept from the Clinton Bridge com pany the sum of $327 for work done in excavating for piers. _The county orig inally demanded $700 for this work from the bridge company, which at first re fused to pay anything. Finally the matter was compromised as above. Hotel del Coronado the best place now. HEAVY TAX IMPOSED FOR MERCHANTS' PROTECTION Pomona Passes Ordinance Against Tamale Wagons, Fruit Vendors and Bankrupt Sales Bpeelal to The Herald. POMONA, March 16.— This city pro poses to defend her merchants against the encroachments of the fruit venders. An ordinance has been passed on the first reading- providing for a license of five dollars per day on all such ped dlers. The ordinance also provides a heavy license fee for tamale wagons and lunch counters, and a practically prohibitive license for the occasional "bankrupt stock" merchants, who pay no taxes. The annual stockholders' meeting of the Pomona Valley Telephone and Tele graph union was held yesterday. The company Is composed of 165 stock holders, all of whom are local .people. Not a dollar of the stock is owned by anyone outside the Pomona valley. The reports read were very gratifying to the stockholders. Since Its organization about eighteen months ago the "Home" company, as it is generally called, has made an ex cellent growth. It now reaches 850 subscribers and applications are com ing In faster than the phones can be supplied. A second semi-annual divi dend of eight per cent has Just been declared, leaving a good surplus from the earnings. The directors were re elected as follows: John Law, A. J. Cook, F. W. Thomas, Arthur M. Dole, Geo. W." Ogle. D. 8. Parker, N. W. Miller. The board then re-elected the present officers who. are John Law, president; Arthur M. Dole, secretary; D. S. Parker, manager. Hose Company No. 1 of the Pomona fire department, has elected the follow ing officers: Prank C. Kells, presi dent; John C. Walker, secretary; O. W. Lorbeer, treasurer; H. P. Wilkinson, foreman; J. M. Powers, first assistant foreman; John Sandermun, second as sistant foreman. The company has the full complement of members, some of whom are among the oldest members of the Pomona flre department. Among the members of the department there Is much interest shown In the new fire system to be Installed, When ralnlnr here. »o to Coronado. Old Soldier Injured Special to The Herald. OCEAN PAX, March 16.— Inman Lane, an inmate of the Soldiers' Home, went to sleep while Intoxicated lust evening on the moist roadbed of the Los Angeles Paclflo road. He wtll pay for his Indiscretion with the loss of an arm and a severe bruising:. He was a member of company A, 65th Il linois infantry, and has a brilliant war record. Hotel ' d«l Coronado ths best yUee now. fn urn 11 fan imiiSimi 1 amir- - -* * ■ " .JL _ Z-a LO9 ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1905. AGITATING FOR FORESTERS' HOME LARGE MEETING OF ORDER AT SAN BERNARDINO Flood Waters Carry Away and Scat. ter Large Quantities of Oranges Already Packed for m Transportation Special to Ths ttoraM. SAN HRItNARDINO. March 1«.- Tho Foresters of this city nre nrtlve In a movement to secure the location here of the proponed home for old men and disabled Foresters, which will be built somewhere In Southern Califor nia. There was a large gathering of Foresters In the city last night, several of the high court officials being present and among them J. C. Morgan, the su preme organizer. Among the heavy losers by Sunday night's flood were Stone Bros., who lost 500 boxes of oranges that had been picked and plied up In boxes In their orchard. The water swept them down Lytle creek and they were scattered for miles. Word from Needles states that the body of Ed Boyd, commonly known as "Shorty the bricklayer," was found there In the ditch which carries the waste water away from the Santa Fe round house. There were only a few Inches of water In the ditch, but Boyd had fallen In the ditch face downward and was drowned. The water In the ditch is frequently scalding hot and his face was cooked beyond recogni tion. The Hanford wing of the Republi cans have at last appeared with the petitions to get their ticket on the official ballot and ask to be given the name of "Reorganized Republicans." It Is believed the plan to take the ques tion of getting on the ballot as the regular Republicans by .going to the supreme court has been abandoned. NEWS OF SANTA MONICA Question of Sewer System Considered by City Council Special to Tha Herald. SANTA MONICA, March 16.— At the adjourned meeting of the city trustees held last evening Street Superintend ent Johnson offered a. resolution to the effect that it be the sense of the as sembly to co-operate with Ocean Park in the purchase of the Long Beach septic sewer system and that the samn be installed on the baseball lot on Rose avenue. City Engineer James fought the resolution and tried to pro vide a substitute In trie system now in stalled at Pasadena. Finally the ad vice of City Attorney. Taft was deemed necessary before any definite action could be taken In the, matter and the meeting adjourned to convene again on Arbor day. Tonight at Columbia hall, under auspices of ' the Knights of Columbus, there will be held a grand celebration and entertainment in memory of the birth of St. Patrick. "Resolved, That ,the maintenance ol the Monroe doctrine unnecessarily jeopardizes the peace of the United States." The above subject will be the bone of contention at a debate Saturday evening between the Santa. Monica and Santa Ana high school debating societies. The local school will be represented by Miss Marion Sadler and Miss Ara Brown, both of whom are considered- able and promis ing young orators. The debate will Le held at Santa Ana. The aun generally shines at Coronado. OFFICERS ELECTED BY i FRATERNAL AID SOCIETY Santa Ana Livery Man Recovers in Los Angeles Stolen Horse ..and Buggy Special to The Herald. SANTA ANA, March 16.— The district convention of the Fraternal Al,d, held here yesterday, elected George Water man of Pomona as president: Mrs. El liott, Los Angeles, vice president; Ella Bradford, Ontario, secretary; F. S. Scholes, Oxnard, past president. The next convention will be held In Los Angeles In September. William Dayton, proprietor of the Star livery stables, has recovered the horse and buggy, valued at $200. which was stolen from him here a week ago by a man representing himself to be a traveling man. The rig was found at a barn on San Pedro street, Los An fceles, where It had been left last week by the thief, who gave his name as Georg9 Stone, and wanted to sell the outfit for $50. ' Preliminary arrange ments were made for the sale, but the livery stable proprietor finally stopped payment on the check he gave the man for the rig. The thief has escaped without leaving a trace. "East or West, Coronado Is but." KING EDWARD HAS A COLD Prince of Wales Holds Levee In His Btead By Associated Press. liONDON, March 16.— King Edward Is suffering from a slight cold and con sequently the Prince of Wales, In behalf of his majesty, held today's levee at St. James palace. The function was not largely attended. The American embaßuy w;ih repro sented by Secretary Carter. Second Sec retary Craig Wudsworth and T/iniam PhUllps, private! secretary to Ambussn. dor Choate. The king's Indisposition, It Is asserted, at Buckingham palace, In trivial. Don't swing your purs* : recklessly. Others may c'aro for It "if you don't. MAN DROWNS AT SAN PEDRO SWAMPED IN A SKIFF OF THE BANGALORE Work Along Shore Has to Ba Sus. pended, and Several Vessels Are Detained by Heavy Weather Sp»rl«l to Th« Herald. SAN PKDRO, March 18.— Th» Amer ican ship Bangalore dropped anchor In the outer harbor this afternoon 136 dnys out from Delaware breakwater. Her cargo consists of nearly 3000 tons of blacksmith coal for the Union Hard ware and Metal company of Los An geles. Her former trip to this port occupied about 180 days. She Is 1659 tons net register and carries a crew of 21. Her gross tonnage Is 1743. This afternoon while Captain Hamil ton was boarding the ship from a row boat the latter began to swamp and one of the "crew, a Frenchman named Lewis Legrande, 28 years old, climbed down the vessel's side and got Into the skiff Intending to steer It with an oar. and keep It from sinking. The boat went down and the sailor disap peared. His brother seamen endeav ored to help him, but as he. was at tired In heavy seamen's clothes he did not come to the surface again. Lewis has been here on two previous trips and was the best sailor on the vessel. Captain Blanchard expresses deep regret at the accident. The present commander, Captain P. B. Blanchard, Is a brother of the Cap tain Blanchard who had charge of the Bangalore last year. The trip was pleasant throughout as the weather was nil that could be desired. After the ship has been sufficiently lightened she will be towed In and moored at the Southern Pacific wharf, where the work of discharging her cargo will proceed. Work alongshore was suspended to day on account of the weather. But for this the wharves would be almost entirely clear of vessels. Steamer Charles Nelson, Captain Nelson, arrived In port this afternoon with a cargo of 760,000 feet of lumber for local wholesalers. Least rain, moot sun, at Coronado. ORANGE CITIZENS JOIN . IN IMPROVING STREETS Give Their Services Gratis for the Purpose of Beautifying the City Special to The Herald. ORANGE, March 16.— The streets of Orange have been vastly Improved this winter. In a number of cases residents have gladly co-operated with* the force of men employed by the street super intendent, giving their services toward the city's Improvement. At the last meeting of the board of city trustees City Clerk Wyneken's re port shows the total amount of the water works fund to be $21,310.50. Of the $50,000 received for construction fund by the sale of bonds February 1, $29,000 was paid for the Orange City Water company's plant. A. K. Small, superintendent of wa ter works, reported the laying- of 2650 feet of pipe, and Street Superintendent Fyfte reported the grading of East Chapman avenue, East Palmyra ave nue and various Improvements on many other streets. The Orange Union High school build- Ing, now under construction, Is to be fitted out with the Burrill program clock at a cost of $352. A committee from the Anaheim chamber of commerce, composed of Henry W. Adams, C. F. Grim, Dr. H. A. Johnston, J. B. Rea and E. W. Mc- Collum, visited the gas plant of Or ange on Saturday for the purpose of getting- Ideas prior to the establishment of the plant at Anaheim. , It Is reported that Harry G. TJpham has been commissioned second lieuten ant In the Philippine constabulary. When raining here, go to Coronado. LYNCHING FEARED IN GRASS VALLEY TRAGEDY Mob Gathers Around the Nevada City Court Room, but Officers Smug. gle In Their Prisoner By Associated Press. GRASS VALLEY, March 16.— William J. Treblleox, who is accused of having murdered his wife, was arraigned be fore Judge Mulroy this afternoon. His preliminary trial was set for next Mon day afternoon. Fearing violence, the ofticerß declined to bring Treblleox here from the county jail In Nevada City this morning, as flint planned. A mob gathered near the courtroom, and from appearances it was feared an attempt might be made to overwhelm the officers and lynch the prisoner, as public feeling Is very bitter. The crowd, which was Informed that Tre blleox would be brought here In the afternoon, melted away. Taking ad vantage of the quiet noon hour, Sheriff Walker and Deputy Waters arrived here with the prisoner shortly after 12 o'clock. ' v"V.' The funeral of the murdered woman whs- held this afternoon. Her cousin, Charles Allen, who was also shot by Trebllcox, is recovering. Scalded to Death in Bath Tub By Associated Preu. OAKLAND, March 18.— The 14. months- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert I loner is dead from scalds received In a. bath. The baby was subject to spasms and during one was placed In a tub of, hot water. When taken out he was found to be badly scalded and, Although every effort was made to save him, ba never rallied' 1 " '.' " "" ._■ , , ' Hj WHO &AXNOT. BE CURED. fjj Backed np br-ow • third of a eentarr disagreeable drains which draw the Ins- It seemed Impossible to obtain a good ' of remarkable and uniform cures, a ree- ter from the eves and the rermillion bight's rest. I became emaciated, hoi- ord anoli as no other remedy for the die- from the lips as well as sap tb* body's low-eyed, and suffered with frequent ! eases and weaknesses peculiar to women strength. They quench the internal heart palpitation. Complexion was bad ever attained, the proprietors and raak- fires of inflammation in which the very and "muddy" looking and I had a hag* ere of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription elements of beauty are consumed. They gard expression. I felt as- though life now feel fully warranted in offering to heal the ulcer which gnaws into the had lost its charm; did not care to live, wy $500 in legal money of the United very life. They walk the world as won- for life without health is simoly a living States for any case of Leucorrhes, Fe- ders— women exempt from the sacrifice death. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip- ' male Weakness, Prolapsus, or Falling of to love. How have th«r done this? By tion changed all this. It came as a s Womb, which they cannot cure. All the. nse of Dr.- Pierce's Favorite Pre- blessing into my home; I felt better in ■ they ask is a fair and reasonable trial of scription, which makes weak women a short time after stsrting to use it, and their means of cure. • E strong and tick women wtll. It matters within a month I was like another worn- when tovK invitks ' ' «>» how weak the woman, is, or how sick an. New life, health and vigor returned when love invitks abt « Favoritl pre^p^,, ny^ CXKe and my hu «band fell in love with me all • • The womsn follows the man of her the womanly ills that vex her ; will over again, and a new light and happi- choice though the path leads out of round out the sunken curves o; her ness cauie into my life. Your medicine Bdcn into a world untrodden and un- form, put light in her eyes, tint her did all this for me, and it is certainly tried. What is her reward ? 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And what these two women speak for more than had given up all hope of ever getting woman is there, who would not be hap- half a million other women cured by the better, thought I would write to you. 1 py to keep her maiden bloom when skill of Dr. Pierce and by the use of his When I received your letter telling me : motherhood has crowned her wifely "Favorite Prescription." There is no what to do I commenced to take your ' happiness? Some women seem to have alcohol in "Favorite Prescription," ' Favorite Prescription ' and follow your ) found this secret of perpetual youth, neither has it any opium or other advice. I have taken ten bottles in all, 1 "Age cannot wither them." They have narcotic. also five vials of the 'Pleasant Pellets. V learned that fairness of face and form . "Two years ago I began to gradually Am now regular, after having missed depend upon the health, and that the lose my health)" writes Mrs. Nellie D. twc»«years and suffered with pain in the ; general health depends upon the local Stark, Vice-President Bethesda Society, head and back. I was so nervous, could womanly health. They establish regu- 30 Gardner Street, Worcester, Mass, not eat or sleep. Now I can thank you ' larity of the periods. They dry the "Became nervous, lost my appetite, and for my recovery." «H» ■■ f^ f~± fp» Awn -Wm^i " Ottered aa a Guarantee that «B> JL y*— * *»-* *-* JCLPVVCTXiJi dr. pierce' s favorite prescription containa no aicohoi. opium, ar any harmful dru*. any one World's Dispensary Medical Association, publlahlni tmlae statement* concerning Its Ingredients will •— v-~\ be prosecuted. This medicine la compounded ot medicinal S\ \S*kS~£\ * * principles, scientifically extracted from Indigenous roots that t I \V%) ft-\l^«^ SW*A^~ cure the diseases for which It Is recommended. It has en- ** .« w » r*X</»''^ loyed the public confidence for over a third ot a century. TJBXSIDMST. ■ LITTLE FAITH IN POISON THEORY BURNETT EXPRESSES OPINION ON STANFORD DEATH - Orders His Men, However, to Con. tinue Their Investigations — Ad. mits There Is Still Mystery About the Cr.se By Associated Press. SAN FRANCISCO, March 16.—Cap tain of Detectives Burnett made the announcement last night that as a re sult of all the informa'tlon at present' In the hands of the local, detectives he had about arrived at the conclusion that there was no covaction. between the poisoning- of Mrs. Stanford's Po land water on January 14 In this city and the circumstances of her death in Honolulu. Pressed for his opinion of the case Capt. Burnett stated that he believed the Poland water had been poisoned, but that he also had about formed the opinion that Mrs. Stan ford's death at Honolulu was due Ito natural causes. ' ,' Despite the opinion which the cap tain 1 of detectives holds at present, he has ordered his detectives to, continue their investigation of the case. He admits there Is a mystery about it as yet unsolved which he still hopes to r,,ii,,. m ■ .' .> ' -■ PLANS FOR FUNERAL Program Announced for Services for Mrs. Stanford By Associated I •teea. STANFORD UNIVERSITY, March 16.— Dr. John Caspar Branner, acting president of Stanford university dur ing the absence of Dr. Jordan in Ha waii, tonight announced the program of the funeral services of Mrs. Stan ford. The body will be' brought to the Stanford residence on the campus Wednesday, March 23, and will He there until Friday at 1:30, when It will be removed to Memorial church, where the services will then begin. The ser vices will be held partly at the church and. partly at the mausoleum. After the services at the church the funeral procession will form fini pro ceed to the mausoleum through Me morial court and down University ave nue. Students and alumni will lead the procession. Following the body. will come the relatives and close friends of the deceased. Representatives from outside organizations will follow, pre ceding the public. Provision will be made for representatives of organUa tlons from all parts of the state.' •• Hon. Charles G. I*throp asks that all organisations communicate . ' with the president , of, the university/. In oti der that seats may be reserved for such MEkBB _ mML _ & gf Every woman covets fe Bwwß ££& B&B&BlfBtoi &m f ha P el 7» pretty figure, and , PVivCalsW B SB ttllmaW vUx many of them deplore th« loss of their girlish forms ' • fl Sk£f after marriage. The bearing , Wffvm Btefa&bß& of children is often destructive . WW HLtWBBB^amVUmW to the mother's shapeliness. All of this can be avoided, S . however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this | great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, and preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all tha danger 'el child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through; this critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing. Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from the, tue of this wonderful '. , dr^ggfc. a?si.s^r fflffi fHllfßij $3* A^GS bottle. Our little BWB %&*&& B M&eV B W book, telling all about ■ ___ this liniment, will b« sent free. i$!!~ mmmgapm. «iMa d&M ' m Bnfflßld Begalatar Co., Allaatt to. Br aB&BBwB idIWIICIS 31IM IBC3LCE IKCSwIiS; Santa Cataiina Jsiand • '■" FABT STEAMSHIP CABKILLO-CAPACITY 1000; 1 hour 40 minutes, San Pedro Breakwattr to Avalon. connecting with Salt LaJce 8:50 a. m., and So. Facino 9:os a. m. trains . I from Lcs Anfelea. EXTRA EVENING BOAT SATURDAYS— Trains le&va Los Angela. I Bait Lak* 4:45. and So. Faclno 6:00 v. m. Regular fare round trip 12.75; Saturday and Sunday Excursion 8.60. THE! WONDERFUL SUBMARINE GARDENS AS SEEN THROUGH M . FATHOMS CRYSTAL, WATERS. HOTEL METROFOLE— CUISINE UNEXCELLED. • Banning Company. Huntln»to» Bid*. i Both Phones 86. . , . . ' Cawtiori Osirioh JFarm '?!!f«! c .SS ; \ . .Grounds, and tn« largMt .' stock ot Ostrich Feather Goods In America for aala at producer's prtcaa. - ■ , djftA.™*,* North Beach » Santa Monica I M/arfflt <z? £MSTt@Q Flllsd fresh .very day and b«at«l to a t.u»- , & pcrature ol *» desreea. Unrlvalad and abao. I lutely t&ffl surf bsxthlnj. ' Now i> th6 most b fnuilful ce&son of ttio y*"tr kit tut bos-cti* ■ ; RESTAURANTS ,_-' } /P jf <?7$ 'a /y Tbe Flnest « Seatlns: 1200 ' pare MlriStOi Fmir th.anri Spring Streets :> ..f ; 475) 7^ Up-to-Date Restaurant - JjQi MtfQfflt® IUaWQrSt 219-221 W. Third . StM Easy Payments... PS^l!»l^^ (FlCty-flfth street) and see It quadruple In value; cement sld.waika. five feet -wide;. I curbs; oiled atreeta; largo fruit trees; fine residence section; Qardena car. I T. WIKSKM>AN(iEK. 221 Laugblln Building.. • | , « look: reap: I Let us give you figures on builders' hardware, tin roofing-, ', I galvanized Iron work and. smokestacks. All kinds of rt< • pairing done on short notice. Give us a call. Horn* • • 'phone 1290, PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., 706 South Spring Street representatives. The galleries of Me- t_^ *— + t g^ ■-, "\; mortal church will be reserved for tha >* tm^mWJ Btu.lents. Keats will ulbo be reserved ~U|ilP tf|W|J Ifts/"^/^) for the alumni, thu trustees, the fao- lhUJ>filJl V^J 0/^ ulty, the press and the employes of the I ■ Vf& ll 5/ :|eSr! ( i?^<jr|C eßtute. A portion of the church will \ r KU^a'ffl ' IjU nAU ' rf- • he left for the general public. No an- / Jl^<^ ' T J <i$ nouncement has yet been made as to V " ' ■ i ' ' ''■' .'■ who will preach at the services. Uni- '. ~ Z verslty work will close Immediately ■■ -■ I^l lit A A J' r upon the arrival of Mrs. Btanford'. flCrßlCl WSM AQS *• body at Btm Francisco Tuesday morn- iii,,Vupi lii»i1 ii»i mi. J ...ALWAYS WIN.,.