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HAS OPTION ON CARMELITA SITE PASADENA COMMITTEE RE- NEWS CAMPAIGN West Siders Become Awakened as to Danger of Losing Proposed Con. ventlon Hall— May Keep Postoffico [ 'j\ Fasndtn* Agency, iC% East Colorado Street. Telephone Main 752. : PASADENA, July 27.— The projected purchase of the Carmellta six acres on West Colorado street on which to lo cate a' convention hall and casino re ceived renewed Impetus at a meeting lield last night in the roonis of the board of trade. Chairman J. O. McCament of the committeo to whom was Riven the task of raising money with which to make the purchase, reported that he had been given an option on the property In, question by its new owner, F. E. Craw ford, the turn named being $56,000. Mr. Crawford himself offers to sub scribe $1000 toward this amount. -•: The committee reports that Its sub scription lists show nearly $40,000 al ready pledged. ■'•* A great deal of enthusiasm was shown by those present at last night's) meeting and It was decided to ask those ■who have already subscribed to raise their subscriptions one-third, which •will. make up the needed amount. A number of those present agreed *o this step at once and so increased their own subscriptions. Quite an awakening has taken place among the west siders dur ing the past few days and those In charge of the convention hall project are niucli encouraged over the outlook. ' As to Pqstoffice \ : Postmaster Wood ''was approached a day or two ago by certain west sids people as to what arrangements can be made ,. to retain the postofnee In its present location on West Colorado street. _.'• , ; > ' . ' . ' , . . ■ , ' ■ .. The- parties -were informed of the present status of affairs with reference to the postofflce site and told to make a proposition. This will certainly be done. • > ■It should be perfectly understood that Postmaster Wood la totally unbiased as to the site and that the best place offered the department, everything be ing ' equal, will be accepted. Special Agent Hall is now in San Francisco and the several offers have been for warded to him there. ;.* It looks as though the people of the west side are awakening to the neces sity, of doing something to stem the tide eastward. At last night's meeting $5000 was added to the fund accumulat ing j for the purchase of the Carmelita site and this afternoon $2000 more was reported to the committee. Tent City is the most popular resort on the Pacific coast. OBTAIN POLICE PROTECTION Pasadena Extends Advantages to the $*% ' - Newly Annexed East Side Territory Special to The Herald. -PASADENA, July 27.— The adminis tration is. doing the desired thing by the newly annexed territory to the east of the city. • . The formal notice to the street rail road company that it is time to extend the five-cent fare privilege as far east as "Allen avenue bore immediate fruit to the great pleasure of the east siders. . Now Mayor Waterhouse has notified Chief of Police Pinkham to respond promptly to all calls for police pro tection emanating from the east side as .well as to extend the system of night patrol eastward as far as possible with the-, present force of officers. -. Just what the administration can do under present conditions to extend the city lighting system into the new dis trict which needs it so badly, Is hard to- tell. But it is certain that some ,thing will be done along this line as soon as possible. Everything points to exceedingly lib eral treatment for the residents of the newly annexed territory. Coronado more successful than ever. NEW CITY ATTORNEY NAMED Miner B. Goodrich Is Chosen by the Board of Trustees of San Pedro Special to The Herald. SAN PEDRO, July 27.— At a special called meeting of the board of trustees held last night a new city attorney was appointed in the person of Miner B. Goodrich. Mr. Goodrich belongs to the same party as the members of the board elected last spring. The question of a new city hall was taken up and the plans of four differ ent architects bidding for It considered. It was finally awarded to Architect F S. Allen of Pasadena, who prepared the plans for the new high school lust finished The new hall is to cost about $40,000 Buy Coronado round trio ticket FOUR MUST HANG TOGETHER Father/Two Sons and a Negro Will .Be Hanged Next Friday for the Carter Murder By . Associated Press. ATLANTIC, Ga., July 2L-The su preme court of Georgia today denied the motion for a new trial for Jesse and Milton Rawllngs. charged with' com plicity In the murder of the Carter children more than a year ego. I The motion, which did not Include J. G. Itawllngs nor the necro, Alf More, ■was made on* the ground of newly dis covered evidence. This evidence ap peared to be the declaration of J O. Itawllngs, father of the boys, that he waa guilty of the killing and that hts sons were Innocent. The execution of the quartet, -.-.•' !ch has been three times postponed, is now Bet for next Friday, August 3. STOPS SOCIALIST MEETING By A.soclatea Fresa. '■ ■■• COUNCIL BLUFFS, lowa, July 27 — I A street meeting addressed by Harry ..-. McKee of California, national lecturer .;. and. organizer for the Socialist party was broken up by the police tonight.' . -AlcKee rlulniH to have received per « mission' from the mayor to hold the meeting, but Chief of Police Richmond .declares that Mt-Kee was making an .:; inflammatory speech against the government > ernment and that he would not per mit It. '."*-*— llli.k <M><-u -luululit The C'oiiuiilitlutc-ti [lank of Ix>a An i!C)r.i 12) Hmilli Hruuiliviiy, In the Chamber of Commerce building;, will be open tonltfht. an usual, to accommodate the public In K?n«ral and Iti old pat rons. Pour per cent interekt' paid on Having* Uejio»it» TAKES HOLD OF LIVE WIRE lea Man of Long Beach Shocked Into Insensibility and Remains Un. con:elous for Some Time SrcliAt to The Herald. I.ONO BEACH. July 2t-Erne«it An rtcrson, a driver In the employ of the People 1 * tee company, wns »hocke<l Into Insensibility today by grasping a live electric light wire In a dark basement undT ti. D. Mayer's Ice cream nnd confectionery store on East Ocean AVe nue. Anderson ha« carried a chunk of Ice Into the basement and was reaching for the electric light globe to turn on the light when hlshand came Into con tact with the wire. • A candymakcr In another part of the tcsement heard the man groaning and ran to him, to flnd that he was mill clutching the wire, and 'It was only with a great effort that his grip was t roken. Anderson did not regain con sciousness until after the arrival of a physician. He was then removed to his home. Ills hands were severely burned but he will soon recover from the shock, it is said. HOWLED LIKE OTHERS DID MATHEW3 TELLS VETERANS HIS WAR RECORB Candidate Was Born Only a Month Before Rebellion Ended and Was Entitled to Do All the- Howling He Could . W. B. Mathewa, candidate for the Re publican nomination for congress from this district, attended the weekly meet ing of the Republican club of Sawtelle last night. In deference to the Inmates of the Sol diers' home, who are expected to be In their quarters a little after 8 o'clock each evening, the meetings of this club usually are called to rrder about 6:30, am 1 a large number of tho old soldiers took advantage of the opportunity of fered them last night and turned out to hear the address of the opponent of Coneressmun McLachlarf. The meeting was held In Leeds' hall an; a band, was engaged by the club in honor of the occasion. . ■ . Mr. .Mathews' speecn was really in the nr.Vire of an informal talk, and was only of about fifteen minutes' duration. Part of Mr. Mathews' speech — 'as ad dressed directly to the old soldier con tingent In his audience, and was streaked here f.nd there 'vlth' bits of humor that pleased the veterans im mensely. Did Much Howling He told them he did not have a war record, having been born in March, 1865, or only a month before the war ended, but he said he believed that in that month he did as much howling as any of the others. I He said that he was thoroughly In sympathy with the cause of the men who took part In that war to save tho Union and that If elected to con gress he would do his utmost to secure needed legislation in their behalf. He believed they were entitled to the gratitude of the nation and that it was the duty of congress to see that proper provision was made for them. Referring to his candidacy for the congressional nomination, Mr. Mathews said all he wanted was a fair chance. He pointed to his record as city attor ney and to the work he has done for the city of Los Angeles during his term in that office. He made only incidental references to his opponent for the nomination, and disappointed those in his audience who expected him to touch upon the action of the congressional committee- in al lowing only one week for an active campaign in the country districts. He was altogether silent on that point. Brief addresses also. were made by Mllo A. Tucker, Republican candidate for the nomination for county superin tendent of schools, and by George H. Hutton, who is a candidate for one of the positions on the superior court bench. CATALINA MAN IS ROBBED His Woman Companion Is Arrested and Is Said to Have Admit, ted Taking the Money lone Neighbors and S. K. Brown were arrested last evening in a South Spring street lodging house by Patrolman Beaumont on suspicion of having rob bed Charles Christy of Catalina Island of a small amount of money last even- Ing. It is alleged by Christy that he was In the company of Miss Neighbors most of the evening and that she took the money from his pocket. When officers went to the woman'B room she at first refused them admit tance, but finally she is said to have acknowledged taking the money. Com plaints will be filed. DR. JONES IS SUCCESSFUL He Passes Examination and Will Be Re.elected Director of Re. J search in City Library Dr. C. J. K. Jones, director of re search in the city library, has passed the civil service examinations with colors flying, having obtained a per centage of 82.68. Miss Mary Williams was second on the list with a mark of 71.74 per cent. Owing to the remarkable showing marie by Dr. Jones he will be re-elected to the position of director of research. The examination questions covered seventeen typewritten pages and were fifty in number. Miss Williams was the only competi tor agalnßt Dr. Jones. GREAT COMET LANDS HARD Performer at-the Chutes Meets With Accident, but Will, Try It Again Today , Charles K. Colby, the great comet, while : making his daring leap at the Chutes last night fell and was severely bruised. As he was coming down the 90-foot incline just going Into the cradle the rt.-.r tire flew off his wheel and he fell ii distance of thirty feet, i ' Although badly hurt he will Rttempt t j make the leap again this afternoon. RAIN BTOPB WINDSOR RACES Hi V: -i.- niifd F'ie»a DETKOIT. July 27.-Ralh Interfered after one heat ut Windsor and causud the pußtponement of the finishing race until tomorrow. . Lake Queen beat Lady dull Hamilton through the stretch In the fourth, .which was unfinished on the previous day. Time, 2:16* No other starters. Fire Destroys Court House MAHVVILLKATenn., July H.-Klre today destroyed the county court house, Harper's department store and several other buildings. • Loss $126,000. } ' LOS ANGELES HERALD* SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1906. LONG BEACH TO HAVE SANITARIUM SITE CHOSEN ON BLUFF NEAR •ALAMITOS PARK Local and San Francisco Men Organize Company With Capital Stock of ,' $2oo,ooo— New Duilding to Cost $50,000 Epeclal to The Herald. LON*O BEACH, July 27.— The erection of a modern sanitarium, to cost $160,000, on tho bluff. Just west of Alamltos park is a project for which local and San Francisco men have united In the Seaside Sanitarium and Medical Dis pensary. , The articles of Incorporation for the company were fllfed last week. The capital stock la $200,000. The directors a: i Dr. Q. W. Wlnckfleld, Dr. H. J. T. Jchnson, O. F. Marnier, K. A. Carvin end George M. Splcer. ,I?r. Winckfleld and Dr. Johnson came here from San Francisco after the dis aster In April and established the ■'.Vlnckfleld Medical Dispensary. They sinn Interested local parties In a scheme to build an up-to-date Sanitarium. Ground has been purchased, plans drawn and approved and the contract in to be let In the near future. The rhor en location Is high above the ocean and affords, an expansive view. To Face Ocean Avenue The building, It Is said, will be of three sections and built in the mission style. Pacing Ocean avenv; and the Muff will be two buildings, each 45x70 ffcet in ground dimensions and four stories high, with a roof garden. In the (enter and connecting the two will 'be anciher building thirty feet square, five stories high, with an observatory above, capped with a dome. Under the entire bu'lcllng will be a nine-foot basement. Th»re will be 112 outside and well vrntllated rooms in the structure. I)i(re will be spacious dining rooms, rnrlors and sitting rooms. 'A corps of graduate physicians and I mined nurses will be maintained, It Is said, and also a well equipped labora tory and medical dispensary. The plans are said to Include the erec tion of a three-story bath house on the iiiiul. This institution will contain a p'tnge and a sun parlor, and It will be connected with the sanitarium by a tuir-.e 1 under the bluff. ' The members of the company say that ground wlll.be broken for the establishment about September 1. Coronal- Tent City is the most popular resort on the Pacific coast. DROPS VAUDEVILLE TRIMMING Managers of Italian Band at Long Beach Hereafter Will Give Straight Concerts Special to The Herald. LONG BEACH, July 27.— There will .be no more "vaudeville trimmings" to the Italian band concerts In the audi torium. By one experiment, Manager Gattone discovered that the straight concerts were more pleasing and he has announced that after tonight the new card of specialty performers will be dropped. , . • At a meeting of the chamber of com merce last night there was a discussion of a proposition to send the Royal Ital ian band to several of the inland cities and to other beaches, for advertising purposes. f Mayor Downs said the council would Co all In Its power to help the project along.. The matter will be taken up with the Salt Lake railroad, to see what kind of a schedule can be arranged. UNION MEN HOLD ELECTION Semi. Annual Meeting Is Held by the Central Body of San Pedro Syeclal to Thi Herald. SAN PEDRO, July 27.— At the regu lar semi-annual meeting of the Labor union, which Is composed of delegates from all of the unions in the city, the following officers for the ensuing term were elected: • ■ • President, M. Moss of the steam en gineers; vice president, J. C. Dawson of the carpenters; secretary, Z. W. Craig of the longshoremen; treasurer, J. B. Harkness of the teamsters. There was quite a fight over the sec retaryship, which is the most responr slble position* George Blair of the typographical union was a candidate for the place, but he was beaten by Mr. Craig In a vote of 2 to 1. Coronado Just the place for you. SAN DIEGO BANKER IS DEAD Paralysis Causes the Death of George Hannahs, a Resident of Call, fornla for Nineteen Years Special to The Herald. SAN DIEGO, July 27.— George Han nahs, for the past nineteen years a prominent banker and capitalist of this city, died early this morning of paralysis. Before coming to San Diego Mr. Hannahs had been a successful banker in Albion, Mich., as well as a salt manufacturer and lumber man. In 1870 he was elected to the state senate of Michigan and there made an envia ble record. He was a director in two of the local banks 'and* he left a widow, two sons and four daughters. He was born in Coblesklll, N. V., in 1828. "Hotel del Coronado" always pleases MANY INJURED IN WRECK Twenty.flve More or Less Severely Bruised at Springfield. * Two May Die By Associated Press. \ SPRINGFIELD, Mo., July 27.—Twen ty-five passengers were injured, two probably fatally, and over a score more were badly shaken up In the derail ment of three coaches of a St. Louis & Ban Francisco train bound for St. Loula. ■ The probably fatally hurt are:' n. .J, Thorpe, Montlcello, 111., con cussion of the brain. Mri Kate Schoulty, High Gate, Mo., head , Injured, hurt internally. The train had . left the station and was Just getting under way when the trucks of aT forward coach left the track at a split switch and the coach was thrown on its side. 'This coach contained about sixty passengers and all received Injuries. The two sleepers remained on thaj-ails. '■• ■ ■ . Wisconsin Mystery Explained By Associated Press. CHICAGO, July 27.-T-A dispatch to the Tribune f (am • Sheboygan, Wle., says: The mysterious dluappearance of ttitrty seven acres on the shore of Long lak« in Fond tDu, Lac ; county, was cleared yesterday , by . the discovery that the tract hiul workt.'ii loose and drifted Into the lake as a floating bog. -'..'";•■ I ' va l^'-'. h»3 i^SfVtt fascinating occansidc home section unlike any other seaside residence situation ever H* Bhli offered the liomc builders in Southern California. A VA Occupying the beautiful mesa on the bluffs overlooking the Pacific, just south of Hotel . ' Rcdondo, "Cliffton-by-the-Sea" presents beauties of si;ene incompara- _ • _ ble on the whole Pacific coast. $300,000 will have been spent on the BS jl mjm_m_ .a. embellishment of this natural situation when the whole work is com- tttia /jY|Tfttif[3 &ff plcted. Every convenience nnd improvement that will add to the H Mil ]/ I Ft BJIL^ charm, comfort and healthfulnes9 of a high-class home place may be , V. . .• ; - •»•»« v■;.....:v ■;.. . ..: f ount i at "Cliffton-by-thc-Sea." If you arc in the market for a suburban home site you will find "W"K ©tj O that "Cliffton-by-the-Sea" completely fills every '^ forced to insure harmony and beauty, the l Streets that are broad and commodious. ' congeniality of neighbors and environ- splendidly improved. Cement walks, curbs, \mJ H^ *f^V T , , aS , m? bcautv of ,, s i^ tion gutters; beautiful landscape gardening, Wf ii ff» should and will bring you , to "Cliffton- parkings, etc. > Vv filiW by-the-Sea when once you have gone Electric lights, gas, water and telephones, over the 6 round wlth us. Come out today. . and the most perfect septic sewer system .% © liantly lighted by electricity, will be the -Jj^ ff** -^^ . show place and fashion's promenade— a dis- . . tinctive feature of this "Real Newport of • TjT^ A __4 It will pay YOU to see Cliffton- • JDI^SC3L lUt !# Jill Los Jlngeles'lßedondo Cars on Second Street or on Broadway Land You s Right at Cliffton-bythe-sea. Cars Leave Every Twenty Minutes John D. Foster $ Co. W. M. Garland ® Co. 221-222 Douglas Building 1 324 Pacific Electric Building AGENTS FOR THE. OWNERS Our attractive offices are located on Lot 16, block 5, Catalina avenue, where all cars will stop and courteous attendants will give you information FAMOUS SNAKE DOG IS BITTEN ALL SIERRA MADRE WATCHES CANINE'S RECOVERY Aged Resident With Hoe and Scrappy Bull 'og Tackle Venomous Wriggler In Cellar by / Lamplight • > ' :. Sierra Madre's famous snake -.lulling dog Bum was bitten by a rattler last night. Its, master, George Humphries, had a narrow escape, and the whole foothills community is lending a help ing hand to save the much liked canine's life. .. Close to the foothills of Mount Wil son, opposite the pretty Humphries grounds on Carter drive, the battle was fought in the dark, ending in the dis patch of the rattler, whose skin is now being tanned to, add to the Humphries collection of souvenirs. Cum has killed many snakes and its master has fought more than one battle with reptiles, but fighting under a house by lamplight Is another.proposi tion, and that someone was bitten is no surprise, the neighbors say. • > •Plucky. Miss, Dordthy Humphries, a fearless horsewoman still in short Kkirts, held the lamp and got as near the arena as few men would undertake to do. ■ '•'••; • ." ■•' Lads Espy Snake The\ snake was firßt espied about 6 o'cloci- on Carter's drive by two lads, Jmnes Bomerville and Elmer McGulnn. Knowing Bum's fondness ior a snake tight, they whistled for the dog. and the snake, noting' the commotion when Bum arrived, headed for the Somer vllle house across the. road. It made one hissing stand as the dog neared the wriggling mass, then took refuge under the latticed porch. In the meantime' Mlsa Gladys Hum phries, who owns the dog, .and her young sister Dorothy came near, both being girls with steeled nerves. They brought a lamp with them/confessing r.lterward that they were anxious to get the skin in order to have a belt iMide from it. Their father had preceded them with a hoe, following closely behind /the dog, nnd a moment later the old man ducked under the porch with the . dog to give battle with his anakeshlp _t close range Fight In Dark The girls encouraged man and doj, little knowing that the two were really In grave danger, as they could Judge of the location of the poisonous thing only by Its rattling. ... It had wiggled Into the storage room under the Bomervllle house, Mr. Hum phries and Bum close on It, and only at Intervals did flashes of'lampllght pene trate the gloom. " , >. I Finally with a hard 'blow tbevnVn laid the snake low and bore low\i bn Jt with the hoe. Hum probably, got a Kilp on it, too, with its teeth, bilt this was not apparent then. " : When the • venomous reptile, was pushed out into- the light Bum came yelping afterward and It was seen that his nose was beginning to*swell. » ; -vl'v 1 ' The tin If dead snake was dispatched then and there.'. If hud seven rattles and a button. » . ' . • ;\ j, , "Bum Is bitten," Vchorused the girls, and Dorothy, -whpse pony, was grazing near unsaddled, jumped astride the little horse and started full speed Jown the steep hill toward the drug store. Whisky as •an antidote was the first thought that seized her. and she rode to the pharmacy much as Paul Revere did, though on a different mission.' , /Meanwhile a few t poonfuls of house hold remedies were forced into Bum's aching Jaws, | which could hardly be pried open because of :he swelling. Foaming, thf pony with its girl rider trotted back in less than a half hour, and then a. pint of whisky -.-as forced into the suffering bulldog's mouth. It was hard at first, but when the booze began to work Bum was willing to take assafoetida if/need be. In fact late last night he was still' peacefully sleep ing away the overdose of anti-snake bite. , ■ All the children in Sierra Madre and their parents know Bum, and the Hum phries telephone was continually ring ing because of Inquiries, and the reme dies, offered were innumerable. Veter inaries say the dog may recover. v Because of his known . expertness r.3 a snake killer Bum's taking oft would be regarded as a semi-public loss and every attention Is being bestowed on him. Only %i to Coronado and back.-.- , LOST A FULL POCKETBOOK Pasadena Doctor Drops Money During '. . Runaway and Finder Falls to Return It to Owner Special to The Herald. PASADENA, July 27.— During the runaway on North Wilson avenue lafct evening, as reported In The Herald, the driver. Dr. H. Corey, lost a pocket book containing 1172. -> \ ' " Apparently some one .In the crowd attracted by the winaway picked up the pocketbook • and, noting Its valuable contents, forgot to return it, as the money and purse -are still missing..: It has developed since the. accident that nearly every person in the car riage was more or less Injured. ' ' ' Dr. Corey states that he remained in the*carrlage,'\ftttempt!nK to stop the horses untllr'the vehicle was over thrown, ■ himself . sustaining painful inju'rlfs which will lame him for some llmß.'-,' . Another, occupant of the carriage was. Mrs. B. ;M. Drew of North Lake avenue, the aged mother ' of Judge Drew of Ban Francisco. She Is still suffering severely from the shoeU. • ; . Considerable indignation is felt at the \ occupants of the automobile ' at which the hordes became frightened. The chauffeur was apparently driving at a high rate of speed and made much unneccessary noiso In passing the car riage, resulting In the bad runaway. "Hotel del Coronado" best of all. Food: Purity roaches perfection In Lleblff Company's Extraot of Beef. It Is prepared from the finest cattle, under the strictest solentlflo supervision, by special processes which ensure the conden- sation of all the rluli strengthening Juices of beof. Don't expect the crVeap meat extracts to, be pure. They , oould not bo at their prloe i there la more beef and better beef In Lleblg Company's Extraot than In any of the Imitations. ■ . The Ueblj Company '* main Dullness Is lac mawiltcture •! k*cl cxlrtcl; Jl Is nul ■ by-proiUct with them, u with •(hers. All the t«l cult »l bed ut cwtcentrale* In their exttseti tfctt I* why lI U m ettlcsdou In the kitchen and m strengthening In the sickroom. '( it MUST have TH IS «lfna( u^ K| V?Jfl ¥ i J tsjj? fOfij& DCB fiS^ la bh*. of It'a not gcnul^ *jkiTi#fSi %tVf UI MR I*J EXTiIAqrOf?BEEIy .\ ■ Famous for 40 yaar* as the most con«*ntr*Ud form of b*sf foodne«a.\ TO BOOM'HUTTON'S CAMPAIGN Santa Monica Bay Republican Club Will Hold Meeting in Au. dltorium Tonight Special to The Herald.- SANTA MONICA, July 27.— Local Republicans will assemble at the new auditorium tomorrow evening in re sponse to a call from. the recently re organized Santa Monica Bay Repub lican club for the launching of the campaign, of George H. Hutton as a nominee for a superior court Judgeship. ■ The committee in charge of the meet ing has arranged to have present sev eral well known Republican speakers, and Mr. Hutton" \ylll tell of the influ ences that . are ' responsible for his being in the political arena at this time. Mr. Hutton, who is best known in this section because of his extensive law practice, has a wide • circle of friends at Los Angeles ■ who ara 'de pended on to give valuable assistance in pushing his campaign. . Coronado more successful than ever. ORPHANS GIVEN AN OUTING Over a Hundred Inmates of Los An. geles Institution Pass a Day ' at the Beach Special to The Herald. OCEAN PARK, July 27.— Manager C. M. Pierce, the -Balloon Route ex cursion promoter, bcought ' into |> town as his, guests today a special party consisting 'of 106 children from the Los Angeles Orphans' home. The ■ youngsters ; were inarched through Pier avenue, but had only time for a, peep at»-the seashore and a-rlde over the roller coaster. On, leaving here the party was whisked "to Playa del Rey, where a flsh dinner was in waiting, after disposing of which the children - were allowed to paddle and make merry until late in the afternoon. Today's excursion Mr. Pierce arranged at his personal expense for ' the. or phans of the Los Angeles institution. Low, railroad rates to poronado. i Two Veterans Pass Away Special - to ,The Herald SOLDIERS' HOME, July 27.— There are two deaths at -the home this week. Thomas Carr of 'company A, Twenty eighth Wisconsin Infantry, died July 24, aeed 61. Robert K. Smith, company A, Fifteenth Maine Infantry, died July 25. aged 61. ;■ Buy Coronado round trio ticket. > Wolverines to Make Merry Special to The Herald. VENICE,. JuIy 27.— The annual out- Ing and games of the Michigan Society of Southern California will be held here tomorrow. "Wolverines"- are expected to arrive in special parties from Pasa dena, ■ Riverside and Redlands, while' all those residing in the near vicinity of Los Angeles will accompany the main body.' . . :. I Fino bathing at Coronado Beach. ...',. Throw Out the Lifeline Special to The Herald ' SANTA MONICA, July 27.— Through the efforts of the Village Improvement society a life line has been laid in the surf at - the foot of Grand avenue.. The money for the line was raised by private subscription. The collections were made by a special committee consisting of Mrs. H. Sohn and Mrs. H. T. Knoth. . .■ i . ' /: • Coronado away head of last year; I NINE COUPLES ARE DIVORCED Desertion and Non-Support Are the Grounds Usually Alleged to ' Get Decrees ' / -. Nine decrees of divorce -were regis tered yesterday in the Los ' Angeles superior courts, desertion and non support, being the grounds r'leged. . \ Mrs. Mary Ellis was granted a de cree from Edward Kills. Ellis was re cently acquitted of a statutory charge, but the divorce was granted on that ground. ■ Mrs. Emma Carey was granted a de cree from Leon L. Carey for non-sup port.; Carey recently ' lost a fortune through playing the races. '-■.'■.. Do . you" love music?- If so get a Talk-o- Phone free of The Herald. ~- ■ NO QUESTION ABOUT TT "WIELANDS" 7s the Best Beer , THE PAVOniTBJ -BREW. OP THIS UIIEAT : WKST Germain Malt Tonic a Specialty Faralljr Trade Solicited Adloff & Hauerwaas ■ ■ :':■'■; '\, Bole Ac'eata V . '. . Depot and ' Bottllatsn Worka "•■ 113-118 Central Atc' j < I CROW HAIFLyr JCUKE all SuJppiieiMi «oij , s-ailina rfaii. pinna* | J FURNISH aw-i*-l»wu peoi4« hum* Imuaeat lOu—iim bunk »« ptrtictinr* .'« itannj.i , Prof. C. A. CARLO W- Specialist [.'■ \ Room. 421-426 CltUtoi lalltul link Kdj., » > fcr.MuiHiuiSti., , U «o|«;h, CoL ComuluiiorFK.6u>> ' " ■ Inner Harbor Tract ■ I,«li >323 to *Soo.' ' Butters & Paul ' lnvestment Co. SIS 11. Oi-rau Av«-., I. on* 11,a.U. SIT O, T. JohiMon Hid*., Lo« A»««le«.'