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INSULT IS RESENTED;
UNIDENTIFIED SUSPECT IS
Plucky Victim Alleges Man Drew a
Dagger, but She Fought Assail
ant and Avoided Blow;
[Special to The H»r»M.l
PASADENA, Dec. 4.— George Phil
lips, a Greek, was held this afternoon
In bonds of $1000 for an alleged assault
made at an early hour this morning
upon Mrs. Louis Fried of 35 Waverly
Mrs. Fried states to the police that
while she was walking along the street
an unidentified man made an insulting
remark to her and when she resented
It she says he drew a dagger from his
clothing and made a lunge at her.
The woman, It is said, showed un
usual pluck and struck at the man, and
then, avoiding another blow from his
knife, she ran into the lobby of the
Phillips was arrested by the police
In the Greek lodging house at 919 South
Fair Oaks avenue. The man had been
arrested previously for a similar al
leged offense and Is said to answer the
description given by Mrs. Fried of the
man who attacked her, though it was
so dark her identification is not com
Phillips will have his preliminary
hearing before Justice Klamroth next
CHARTER AMENDMENTS TO
BE READY NEXT MEETING
Most Important Change Proposed in
City's Authority Is Substitu
tion of New Assess
PASADENA. Dec. 4.—Charter
amendments to the number of three or
four probably will be considered at the
meeting of the elty council next Tues
day, as City Attorney Perry Wood
stated this afternoon that he has the
recommendations for the charter com
mission in such shape he believes he
will have them ready by that time.
By far the most important of the
amendments is that relating to the as
sessment of property. If the amend
ment Is approved by the people the
council will be empowered to pass an
ordinance making the assessment of
Pasadena property as made by the.
county the official city assessment, in
stead of having a separate assessment
by the municipality.
The plan is to have this done by
ordinance, after the charter Is amended
to make such measure valid. By this
means, if it is found the new plan is
unsatisfactory, the council could
change back to assessment by the city
simply by adopting an ordinance re
pealing the new one.
PRELIMINARIES TAKEN TO
GET STORM SEWER SYSTEM
PASADENA, Dec. 4.—Petitions have
been put in circulation asking the city
council to call an election for voting
on bonds to build a storm drain sys
tem. While no amount is stated, it is
generally understood 1250,000 will be
needed to build the system.
The petition states that of all mu
nicipal matters pending there is none
more important than protecting prop
erty from damage caused by storm
Mother Goose Bazaar Closes
PASADENA, Dec 4.-The .Mother
Goose bazaar came to an end at the
Universalist church this evening. It
Is one of the most successful events
ever undertaken by the church. The
bazaar closed with a novelty and mu
sical program, the principal feature be
ing a fantasia called "A Dream of
Mother Goose." A series of tableaux
CURRENT EVENTS AT PASADENA
PASADENA, Dec. 4.-At the annual
election of the Lake Avenue Congrega
tional church, held last evening, C. F.
M. Srone, 11. B. Andrews, IT. B. Jone3,
Henry Castle and C. W. Coman were
chosen trustees; A. B. Palmer, clerk;
Lewis Davis, treasurer, and Mrs. M.
H. Smead-Johnson, benevolent treas
Laboring under the delusion she is
possessed of great -wealth, which
cauned her to contract bills accord
ingly, Mrs. Edmund Macs of 119 Wa
verly drive was taken in charge on an
Insanity complaint today.
Col. G. G. Green, owner of the Hotel
Green, has wired he and his family
will come to Pasadena and his hostelry
after the holidays.
Thaddeus C. Jones, St. Paul, Minn.,
manufacturer, today purchased a prop
erty at the corner of Madison avenue
and Alpine street in the Oak Knoll dis
trict. Mr. Jones plans to huild a house
and make Pasadena his winter home.
Prof. H. L. Wilson, occupant of the
chair of epigraphy and archaeology it
Johns Hopkins university, was the
guest this evening at a banquet given
by the Men's club of the Presbyterian
church. His talk on "New Discoveries
In Ancient Rome" was the feature of
The Ohio society and the G. A. P..
have decided to enter in the Tourna
ment of Roses parade January 1. Th,-
Ohio society will probably enter a float
typical of some historical event in the
< Yirona lodge of Masons last night
elected P. J. Ptlaulx worshipful mas
ter; W. H. Holland, senior warden; H.
E. Montgomery, junior warden; F. 1..
Mate, treasurer, and W. K. Gaylord,
New York capitalists, represented by
John H. Hobbs of Denver, are nego
tiating for the Tom Reed gold mine
owned largely In Pasadena. It is said
that if the capitalists buy the mine,
each stockholder will profit about $2.50
a share. I Hobbs has an option on the
mine at $1,900,000.
Demurrer Is Sustained
SANTA ANA. Dee. 4.—Demurrpr to
the complaint charging G. G. Southern
with assault with a deadly weapon
and naming the offense assault with in
tent to murder, was sustained today by
Judge West In the superior court, but
riot Attorney Davis was allowed
to file a corrected complaint charging
OMM 508 Third Strwt.
I'honra: llmnc 875. BttWl Main inn.
TO SAVE MAN'S LIFE
ACTION SEEMS USELESS IN
FACE OF NEW LAW
Recent Statute Provides Exception to
Judgment Must Be Made Within
Three Months —Old Law
Gave One Year
[Special to The Herald.'!
SAN BERNARDINO. Dec. 4.—As a.
last resort an appeal lias bet v taken
by the attorneys tor Ed Bllver on tho
judgment of the death sentence vi
which Silver is now confined in tho
penitentiary for the murder of Deputy
Sheriff Will Bmlthson at Daggett neat
ly a year ago.
The supreme court recently affirmed
the verdict of guilty In the case, but
bi fore the papers could be returned
here an appeal on the judgment was
taken. However, it is believed thta
appeal Is too late to lie effective, .is
the new law provides that an appeal
on judgment must be taken within
three months, the old law giving on ■■
year, and the attorneys for the accused
probably overlooked the new law,
This will probably delay tho case for
thirty days or so. when Silver will be
returned here for resentencing,
RAILWAY MEN PROPOSE
TO INSURE THEIR POSITIONS
Branch of National Protective Asso.
ciation Will Be Formed at San
Bernardino for Benefit
SAN BERNARDINO, Dec *.— A mass
meeting of the men employed in the
various train orders, Bremen, engine
men, conductors and trainmen, «as
held this evening for the purpose of
taking steps to organize here a branch
of the Hallway Train and Engine Men's
Protective association, the object of
which is to insure trainmen against
loss of their position.
It Is proposed to make it a mutual
affair, and an employe is to be paid
$500 on losr of position, intoxication and
Insubordination being the exceptions
for which the Insurance will he paid.
Railway men in all parts of the
southwest are being organized Into the
STOCKHOLDERS BRING SUIT '
AGAINST MINE OFFICIALS
Charge President and Secretary of
Company Placed Fictitious Mort
gage on Property to Gain
SAN BERNARDINO, Dec. 4.—Trou
ble has broken out among the stock
holders of the War Eagle Mining com
In a suit filed here the president and
secretary, F. G. Cruickshank and W. B.
Streeter. are charged with placing a
fictitious mortgage on the property for
the purpose of getting possession. It
is alleged to be worth no less than
$750,000, being situated nine miles south
E. A. Edwards and others are also
charged with conspiring with the of
ficers in the plot. It is also alleged the
business has been mismanaged by these
officers until it has greatly depreciated
The principal stockholders in the com
pany are all Los Angeles people.
ODD FELLOWS MAY JOIN
TO EfIECT NEW TEMPLE
San Bernardino Lodges Plan to Unite
Strength for Good of Order in
SAX BERNARDINO, Drc. 4.—A
movement is on foot for the consolida
tion of the two Odd Fellows lodges
here as a result of the plan for the
erection of the Odd Fellows' temple.
The lodge's have a combined member
ship of move than 800 and would make
one of the largest lodges In the state,
and also be in a better jinsition for
building and the pushing of the growth
of the order here.
There will be a large reception by the
two Masonic lodges to the grand lodge
officers next Thursday evening, when
most of the officers of the grand lodge
In this part of the state will be present.
The third degree will be exemplified on
Coroner C. D. Van Wle,
FINAL STEPS ARE TAKEN FOR
TRANSFER OF WATER STOCK
SAN BERNARDINO, Dec. 4.-The
final steps in closing the taking over
of the Bear Valley water system by
the new Bear Valley Mutual Water
company are rapidly being taken.
Tiie directors have now ordered that
the stock of the Bear Valley Irrigation
company Irt escrow be taken out and
exchanged for stock in the new com
The absorbing of the dozen or more
i small water companies will then lie
(the next step toward talcing over the
Bear Valley system, which will mean
the early commencement of work on
the second dam at Pilaree Flats and
the general Improvement of the sys
FORMER CITY TREASURER
DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS
SAN BEHNARDI.N'O. Dec. 4.-Former
City Treasurer William J. Phillips
passed away this morning at the age
Of 4!' i.-r a period of ill health
extending over the past fifteen j
and a serious illness of several weeks.
He was a native of Michigan and
was for many years a traveling man in
the east. He served this city for four
ye;,is as treasurer, and was very high.
ly esteemed by every one who knew
him. He was prominent in the work
of the Baptist church or anything that
meant for the good of the city. lie
leaves ;i Wife and daughter. The fu
neral will be under the auspices of the
Knights of Pytiiius Sunday afternoon.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1908.
N .. < P'- ■-•-»«t.
Fhnne Home 260.
OLD SETTLERS FORM
Twenty Years' Residence in Long
Beach Necessary Before Candidate
May Join the Organization.
Twenty Sign Roll
[Special to The Herald. 1
LONG BEACH, Dec. 4.—An Old Set
tlers' association in this comparatively |
new city sounds strange, but such an
organization was effected last night at
a meeting of pioneers at the home of
.Mrs. William M, Craig, 529 Pacific ave
nue. No one who has not lived in i
Long Beach twenty years may join.
Twenty signed the roll* last night and
j the following officers were elected: Mrs.
William Craig, president; Edward
Johns, vice president; Carl Hendrlck
siHi. secretary ami treasurer. ■
Fears ago Long Beach was Wilrnore
City, a village of a few hundred popu
lation, in 1888 it received the preaeni
name. Among the old-timers at the
meeting last night were Dr. and Mrs.
.1. W. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
; Brown, Major and Mrs. K. B. Cushman,
I Mrs. Perm Wilson, Mrs. Ruth Wilson,
Mrs. Castle, Mrs, R. E. Coate, William i
Clark, Joseph Bangham, .Mrs. Clarence
Craw, Mrs Craig.
FORMER MEMBER OF BAND
IS ACCUSED OF DISHONESTY
LONG! BEACH, Dee. 4.—Victor Aino
relli, tormerly a member of the Italian
I, is under arrest, charged with
having si>m in c. 1.. Roberta for $65 a
Baxophone on which he still owed In
stallments to the Fitzgerald Music
company. Roberta bought the Instru
ment, thinking Amorelli had a clear
title to it. The matter may be settled
cut of court.
Amorelli'j arraignment is set to b
held in Judge Hans court tomorrow
The musician was arrested in Los An
g< if s. where he was playing in an or
chestra on Main street.
BITS OF NEWS INTEREST
GATHERED AT LONG BEACH
LONG BEACH, Hoc. 4.— The follow
ing fraternal orders here elected new
officers last (veiling: Long Beach
lodge of Masons, sons <>f St. George, F.
i>. Eagles, Fraternal Brotherhood, I.
O. (> F.. Royal Neighbors and Native
Daughters. Tonight the Palos Verdes
lodge of Masons elected officers.
Owing to a bursting of a cap on 6.
boiler tube, tlw big plunge at the bath
house could not !>•> filled last night and
■was practically empty until about 11
o'clock this morning.
The Mereereau Construction eompanv
began today taking up the rails and
ties which have been on the west jetty
at the Long Beach harbor, to transfer
them to the east jetty, where the work
of filling in under the jetty with rock
will begin at once. The rock work on
the west jetty has been completed.
The brother and Bister of L. A. Cole
"f 808 East Seventh street have coma
here from Mason City, lowa, to make
this their home.
P. E. Hatch, president of the cham
ber of commerce, went to Los Angeles
this afternoon to consult with Secre
tary Frank Wiggins regarding the ad
visability <>f inviting the San Francisco
chamber of commerce delegates to
Long Beach when they visit Los Ange
les next Thursday.
A meeting has been called by the op
ponents of the table license charter
amendment to be held at Stewart hall,
on Kast Third street, next Tuesday
evening. The Rev. c. J. Hall will
speak. On the same evening a meeting '
Will be held in the auditorium for a
discussion of the municipal water
Office 152 W. Second St.
Home Phone 438.
MODERN WOODMEN ELECT
OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR
Sales of Two Orange Groves, with
Social and Other Items of
Interest Collected at
POMONA, Dec, -The local lodge of
Modern Woodmen of America have
elected officers for the ensuing year an
follows: W. G. Shi • is, past consul;
G. C. Lester, consul; ,l. B. Kuan, ad
viser; R. V. Cooper, clerk; A. L.
Greenfield, banker; F. Bailey, watch
man; Charles Dunn, sentry; John
Hardman, manager; Drs. T. Hardy
Smith and J. K. Swindt, physicians.
The lodge Is in excellent condition and
is rapidly growing in membership.
W. W. Smith, who Is spending the
winter here, has bought of W. 11, Car
penter the tatter's UV£-aere orange
grove at La Verne for a reported con
sideration of $18,000.
B. Dove, C. Bell and R. B. Cook, the
three hobo moulders who broke Into
the foundry of the Pomona Manufac
turing company and stole some cloth
ing and tools and were arrested later
by Constable Blanker, were sentenced
by Justice Barnes to fifteen days each !
\Y F. Peterson has sold his interest I
in the grocery to his partner, A. W.
Burke, who will conduct the business,
assisted by his son, Percy W. Burke.
T. Hargesa of Lordsburg has ex
changed his 12-acre orange and lemon j
grove for a farm in Kansas belonging
to D. Ewart, giving cash for the dif
ference. Mr. Bwarl is proprietor of a
clothing store here.
Extensive improvements have been
made at Hotel Palomares. Carpets
have been renovated, furniture repaired,
new curtains added, and the rooms on
all of the three floors papered and
painted, There are many guests there
now for the winter.
Seventeen contestants have entered
lor the Klnney declamation contest at
Pomona college, which will take place
the evening of December 14 at the col
lege at Claremont. Previous to this a
tryout debate will be held to decide
upon final representatives.
Right Bros. & Rice of Pomona have
exchanged their 800-acre ranch In the
Palo Verde, fifty miles went of Yuma,
and a lot at the corner of Pasadena
street and Towne avenue, Pomona,
with W. H. Goodrich of H<v]lanus for
the latter's controlling Interest in a
furniture company at Redlanda.
Wright Bros. & Rice own the largest
furniture store in the Pomona calley.
Rev. Dr. R. P. Shepherd has gone to
Imperial aful Hoitviiie, where ho will
conduct a two-weeks series of meet-
Ings. :-• ■•' ■ ■;. . • • . ■•,;;,
TO BIG PILOT FEES
COMPELLED TO PAY $200 FOR
MAN AT WHEEL
Sailed with Antiquated Chart— Many
Things Needed to Make San
SAN PEDRO, Pec. 4. —It was not un
til 3 o'clock this afternoon that the
French cruiser Catlnat weighed an
chor and sailed for Venice, where she
will stay until tomorrow, when she will
clear for Mexican ports.
The commodore expected to take
aboard live head of cattle, but was in
a hurry to meet his engagement at
Venice, where an elaborate program
had been arranged for himself and of
ficers, and after two of the cattle had
been brought on board he left without
taking the other three.
Some comment was made yesterday
on the pilotage charges made at this
port, and the ' t2OO as charged the
commodore to bring his vessel into the
harbor was termed exorbitant.
In justice to the port pilots, however,
it ought to be understood that It was
their duty to be In readiness to offer
their services, and as the » commodore
put up his flag and asked for a pilot it
was only right that they (should be
paid. No objection was made at the
time; In tact, the paymaster is re
ported to ha^e commented on the fact
that the rate of $200 did not Include the
$5 per tool draught which is allowed by
If the charts of the vessel had been
more up to date the commodore would
not have needed to have taken on the
While the old chart he was using had
been corrected October 14, 1908, accord-
Ing to a rubber stamp on it, ii evident
ly was not within the province of the
geodetic survey to take off, In correct
ing an old map, all the lines of kelp
Be that as it may, the chart was a
very ancient one, and no blame can be
attached locally for its condition. As
far as the pilot fees are concerned,
they are regulated by the state, and
undoubtedly are too high. When th'i
legislative committee was in Los An
geles on November 16 a request from
the pilots that the rates be reduced was
introduced by former State Assembly
man W. H. Wickersham. .
There are many things to be done
before San Pedro will be in a position
to Invite the commerce of the world or
the cruisers of our own or foreign pow
ers to make a regular call here.
For one thing, San Pedro has no fa
cilities for coaling a vessel. If the
French cruiser had desired to purchase
coal here another difficulty would have
Some of the Los Angeles guests at
the reception yesterday blamed the lo
cal chamber of commerce for the real
or Imaglnery difficulties which the
commodore had encountered here, but
it was explained to them that the sec
retary had presented the commodore
With an up-to-date map, and also a
picture of the harbor, showing Ad
miral Evans' battleships behind the
The chamber of commerce and all the
citizens here regret the commodore had
any troubles and are delighted with his
call here and his genial and open hos
•— ■ »
ASK GOVERNMENT TO MOVE
DREDGER TO ANGEL'S GATE
Propose to Deepen Channel So Big
Vessels Can Get Into Southern
Pacific Slip at San
SAN PEDRO, Dec. 4.—ln order that
the American-Hawaiian Steamship
company may have no difficulty ::i
bringing its big liners from the islhmna
into this harbor It lias been suggested
that the government be requested to
move its dredger, which is now work
ins up near the turning basin, out to
Angel's Gate and deepen the channel
.so that the big boats can get into the
Southern Pacific slip and there dis
In order to get the United States gov
ernment to divert temporarily the
dredger from its present operations the.
San Pedro chamber of commerce is
preparing a resolution which will be
sent (ci Capt, Fries, the engineer in
charge of this district, with a recom
mendation that he take up the matter
SAN PEDRO ELKS TO HAVE
LODGE OF SORROW SUNDAY
SAN PEDRO, Dec 4.—San Poilro
lodge No. 966, B. P. O. Elks, will com
memorate Its departed brothers In a
"lodge of sorrow," which will be hel<l
on Sunday evening, December 6, in ths
auditorium on Fifth street.
Besides the ritualistic work of the
lodge and special music, an oration
will be delivered by .luds'' Charles J.
Noyea of Sant;i Monica lodge No. 907
tho eulogy by Webster Davis of i
Kansas City, Mo., lodge No. 26.
3848 HUNTERS' LICENSES ARE
ISSUED AT SAN BERNARDINO
sax BERNARDINO, Dec, 4.—Thus
far tliis fiscal year the county clerk'i
office has Issued 3848 hunters' llcenies,
which is considerably in excesi of last
year and one of the largest* number
issued by any county In the state.
The county la s^'Hint; returns In th«i
: way nr large shipmenu of fish of sev
eral varieties from the Htate hatch
eryi and another expedition is now i>n
to secure some wild turkeys from old
| SAN BERNARDINO ELKS TO
MOURN FOR DEAD MEMBERS
SAX BERNARDINO, Dec. 4.— Plans
are complete for the annual lodge of
sorrow, which will he held by the Elks
of this city Sunday afternoon at the
First Baptist church.
There- will be a splendid musical pro
gram and the oration will bs by Rev.
11. E. Mnrkett of the Colton Methodist
Episcopal churoOi and the eulogy by
Judge L. M. Bprecher nf this city. Two
deaths have occurred in the lodge in
the year. County Tax Collector L. I.
Coy and Frank T. Axplnwall.
SAN BERNARDINO, Dec. 4.—Tha
building record for the city for the year
continues to grow and has now reaclncl
practically $500,000 as against $350,000
t'i>i the entire year of 1907. In the
month yet remaining in this year it Is
expected some large permits will ho
taken out, which will takn the figures
away over the half million point. Thci
year Ikik been the most prosperous in
tint liii" the city has •vet si
If you want to go eaat. C. Haydocß. Aguu
111 not* Central R. R., 11* W. BlxU stroL
438 W. Palm St.
I'lioni": Home. Illark 127.
INTERESTING BAZAAR IS
HELD BY WOMAN'S CLUB
Monrovia Young Women and Matrons
Present Pleasing Program—Sales
Booths Prove Attractive
MONROVIA, Dec. 4.- This after* i
and evening the Women's club gave a
most entertaining and successful ba
zaar at the club house. The club
rooms tastefully decorated presented it
most pleasing spectacle.
The evening's entertainment was
opened by ;i musical farce entitled
"Circumstances Altei Cases," present-
Miss Ethel Hall and Kenneth
Later In the evening several young
women presented the pantomime of
"Cinderella." Miss Helen Reed as
Bluebeard and Miss BJloise Armstrong,
Cinderella, were especially commenda
ble Miss Margaret Cross, Mary Al
wood and Mac Baker also took promi
The booths, however, proved to bp
the success, Bnanelally, of the evening,
the domestic booth, in the charge of
.Mrs. Alice Castello, and the fancy woik
booth, presided over by Mrs. C. F. j
Moore, proved attractive features, as
did the delicatessen both. In the charge
of Mrs. Hugh Haven.
Another notable feature was the fine
aits department, conducted by Mrs.
George O. Munroe. A large number ■■(
pictures were oj^ exhibition by Messrs. i
Black and Boundy, two Monrovia ar
tists. Prof. A. C. Connor also contrlb-|
uted a large number of paintings, con
sisting chiefly of California landscapes,
in which lie excels. The entire bazaar
■\\as ably managed by Mrs. W. A.
Chess, Mrs. Ben Crews and Mrs. C. F. I
Mis> Merctle Wlnslow lias left for I
Salt Lake City, svhere she will remain
for the holidays with relatives.
Mrs. Richard Barry "ill entertain |
the Hatchet club Saturday at a theater j
Otricn 316 N. Sycamor*.
Horn« Thone SIB.
CONTRACT IS AWARDED TO
IMPROVE SANTA ANA RIVER
Two Los Angeles Firms Who Aspire
to Build Ditch and Dikes Are
Underbid by Local
SANTA ANA. Dk\ 4. — The committee
appointed to arrange fur the proposed
improvement of the Santa Ana river
to protect adjacent lands from the win
ter's Boods, today awarded a contract
for constructing a ditch and dikes
along the right-of-way from die end
of tin' present channel a distance of
three miles to a point where the waters
will enter ditch No. 1 of the Bolsa
drainage district, which is supposed to
be wide enough to carry the storm
(Vater safely in tlood season.
Two I.os Angeles firms submitted bids
tor the work/hut a local man, S. X
Talbert, was tfivpn the work, which
includes clearing the right-of-way of
brush and willows.
panta ANA, Dec. 4.—Orange Chap
ter No. 73, R. A. M,, at its regular
meeting last niprht elected the follow-I
Ing officers, who "ill ho installed the j
first of the year: E. 11. Luxton, hish i
priest: Dr. F. M. Bruner, king; "U". V.
Whitson, scribe; E. B. Smith, treasurer;
G. A. Whldden, secretary.
Second Information Filed
SANTA ANA. Dec. 4. —A second In
formation was died today ngainst John
Richards, former collector for the Bdl
son company, charging embezzlement
£IGK HEAMGHE i
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I^ADXrDO these Little Fills.
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| •IIP ITTLE digestion and Too Hearty
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_9 i iLn edy for Dizziness, Nausea,
EM PILLS Drowsiness, Bad Taste
J|l__jSsj in tho Month, Coated
[__ÜBl>Js« Tongue, Pain in tlio Side,
UMimnrW Unprr> LIVER. Tliej
regulate tno Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE,
Ipadtcb'sl GEnuine Must Bear
UAKItRO Fao-Siinile Signature
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j LADIES, CALL AT 466 SO. BROAfIWAY,
; room 19, and see '.lit; pretty braiding and em
broidery on 6-7-z
_ WASH SUBTS
PERSONAL— ELECTRIC AND VIBRATORY
treatments, cabinet baths and massage by
graduate Swedish masseuse. Hours 9 a.
m. to 10 p. in. dally; Sunday, a to 1. 251
SOUTH BROADWAY, room 107; A 4513. I
F. 4328. 12-1-28
PERSONAL-BADGER TOILET PARLORS.
Scientific facial, scalp and vibratory treat-,
ment; manicuring and bath?. Hours 10 a. m.
to 10 p. in. 702 H. 3PRINO ST., room 223.
I , F75l'J. . 12-l-m
PERSONAL - MRS. M. SCOYOC, THE NO
TED DHUGLESS MAGNETIC HEALEH;
TREATMENT DAILY, 10 TO 8. 727 S.
HILL ST. BROADWAY 2364. 11-25-251
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science of removing cause of all chronic
diseases: typhoid, smallpox, goitre. Room
6, 41» W. SIXTH ST. 12-4-M
YOUR PAY GOES ON WHIM YOU ARE
sick or disabled. Costa $1 per month.
MOHR, 715 Central aye. Both phones.
:S- ■-■••■: ■ 12-4-3
DON'T FORGET THE PAY TOILET PAR~
lors; magnetic treatment also given tor rheu
matism and nervousness. 1006 S. MAIN.
PERSONAL —NEWLY OPENED MANICUR-
Ing and vibratory treatment parlors. 306H
8. SPRING ST., suite 32. , 11-lt-m
ALCOHOL AND SCIENTIFIC TREAT
in.-Ms. Anna Leßol, 323 SOUTH SI'IUNU
ST.. room 3. 12-J-7
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LOS ANGELES, Dec. 4, 1908.
Time. | liar. |Ther|Hi;m|VVind.|Vel.| Weather
a.m. I 30.12 | 54 | 88 | NF. | 8
p.m. I 80.08 I 56 I 88 | SW | 5
Maximum temperature 61.
Minimum temperature 53.
SAN' FRANCISCO, Dec. 4.—Rainfall table:
Past 24 Seasonal Normal
Stations— Hours to date to date
Eureka 0.7.1 9.93 10.82
Red Bluff 111! 2-97 6.13
Sacramento 0.4H 2.29 4.03
Ml. Tamalpals «.«« 5.17 4.63
San Francisco 0.95 3.14 4.53
Han Jose 0.10 1.55 4.50
iv. no l."» *•"
Independence 1-80 2.12
Ban Luis Obispo 0.14 2.SS 3.72
Los Angeles 4.05 2.56
San Diego 2.11 1.43
The pressure Is falling slowly over the
Pacific slope. A small disturbance is ap
parently developing over Northern Califor
nia and may move southward. Cloudy
weather prevails over the entire state, and
also In Nevada and Arizona.
Rain has fallen In the great valley and
along the coast from Los Angeles, to Eu
reka. Snow Is falling In both the Sierra
Uadre and the Sierra Nevada, Conditions
are favorable for a heavy snowfall in the
mountains. Southeast storm warnings are
displayed along the coast.
For Los Angeles and vicinity—Rain Satur
day; fresh south wind. ,
For San Francisco and vicinity—Cloudy,
unsettled Saturday, with showers; fresh
For Santa Clara valley—Showers Satur
day: fresh south wind.
For Sacramento valley—Showers Saturday;
fresh south wind.
For San Joaquln valley—Rain Saturday;
fresh south wind.
MILLER-SCHROEDER—Ernest A. Miller,
age 34, native of England, and Margaret
Hohroeder, age 20. native of California;
both residents of San Pedro.
JOHNSON-ROWE —William E. Johnson, age
31, native of Texas, and Madeline 11. Rowe,
age 19, native of Nebraska; both residents
of os Angeles,
BOUTHARD-CHARLTON —James B. South
ard, age 30, native of California, resident,
of Berkeley, and Mabel Charlton, age 30,
native of Illinois, resident of Chicago.
CLARK-DRUKER—Arthur L. 'Clark, age 26.
native of California, resident of Pasadena,
and Juno Druker, age 21, native of Wis
consin, resident of Los Angeles.
LEYBURN — George Winston and Kate
Leyburn, 2214 Inez street. .
CLAYTON To Frank Rae and Grace Viola
Clayton, 3822 Walton street.
HURLSON— To Stephen E. and Orpha V.
Hurlson, 1154 Cast Fifty-seventh street.
RUDOLPH —To Edward L. and Florence
Rudolph, 408 Bell street.
STEELMAN—Bessie Steelman, 5 yea:>, na
tive of Illinois, Children's hospital; menin
REED—James Reed, 63 years, native of
Pennsylvania, 431 East Twenty-first
street; cerebral paralysis,
HILL Flora Newmans Hill, 31 years, na
tive of California, southwest corner Fif
teenth and Fifrueroa streets; edempsia.
ASHMAN—Elizabeth Ashman, 60 years, na
tive of England. 729 East Thirty-second
street; abscess of kidney.
ASHMAN—At her late home. 729 East Thir
* ty-second street, Elizabeth, beloved wife
of James Ashman, mother of Mrs. Jesse
\V Dutton and Bart Ashman. Friends
may call at the homo until Saturday 1 p.
m Funeral Saturday, December 6, at .
p m. from Si. Paul's Pro-cathedral.
Friends invited. Interment O ' Fellows
BURKHALTER— At Sacramento, Dec. 2,
1908. Dennis Burkhalter of 2309 bcarft
street, this city. Funeral services will be
held at the residence. Saturday, at 3
o'clock. Friends invited. Interment Hol
"305's South Union avenue. Rev. J. E.
Collom, pastor. Sunday morning. Dec. 6,
at 10:45 Dr. Frank A. Gustafson of Den
ver will preach; subject, "The Making of
a Man" Evening service 7:30; subject,
"The Christian Socialist Fellowship." Rev.
J H. Levitt, president of local "Fellow
ship" and Edgar 8. Smith will speak. On
Monday evening at S o'clock Dr. Gustafson
will deliver his great lecture, "Woman the
Wife of Man." Admission 85 cents.
Hope street, near Ninth.
REV. \VM. HORACE DAY, D. D., Pastor.
•REV. WARREN F. DAY. D. D.,
Will preach at 11 a. m. Subject, "WHAT
WAS ACCOMPLISHED WHEN CHRIST'S
WORK ON EARTH WAS DONE?" Harry
Clifford Lott will sing "The New Jerusa
lem." 7:45 P- m. Rev. William Horace
Day. D. ' D., will preach on, "THE EN
ERGIES OF MEN." Stranger* are wel
come. ■ 12-6-2
Corner of Tenth and Flgueroa streets.
RKV. HUtIH K. WALKEK, D. D., Pastor,
will preach tomorrow at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Subjects: morning, "The Larger
Vision and Greater Task of Our Corporate
Church Life;" evening, "Paradise Lost and
Regained." Y. P. 8. C. E. meets at 6:16.
Opposite Court House.
Hear B. F. Coulter at 11 and O. P.
Spiegel at 7:45. Revival begins January 8.
• THE LOS ANGELES
Reynold B. Blight will speak in BUn
chard hall. 233 8. Broadway, at 11 a. m
on "The New Thought In Practice." Good
music .' All seats free, -. 12-6-3
'.: CHURCH NOTICES -■—
Temple * Baptist ' Citsrcli ■
Worshiping in the Auditorium,
corner Fifth and Olive streets.
Morning sermon, "The Counter
sign," by the pastor,
REV. ROBERT T. BURDETTE
Musical Service at 7:30. Splen
did music will be presented by
the great' chorus, by the trained
quartet and by soloists.
Sermonette: "Letters from
Home," by the pastor.
HEAR THE GRAND ORGAN
.2000 FREE SEATS
Stra"ngers invited. Don't miss
one of the best musical nights
ever given at Temple Baptist
church in The Auditorium.
Cor. Twelfth rind Flower Sfs.
Rev. Baker P. Lee, Rector
Every Sunday morning at 7:30, holy com
iii Jon. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; morn
ing prayer and sormon at 11 a. m. An
them by the quartet. Kvenlng prayer anil
sermon at 7:30. Strangers cordially in
vited. University cars pass door. 12-6-2
833 Smith Olive- Street.
BT. REV. .1. H. JOHNSON, I>. I)., Bishop.
Very Rev. William MacCormack, dean
and rector, will preach.
7:30 holy communion.
11 a. m. holy communion and sermon.
Subject, "Religion at 212 Degrees Fahren
7:50 evening prayer. Btalnsr's cantata,
"DAUGHTER OF JAIRUS."
100 voices In the choir. 12-5-3
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Flower street near Seventh.
JOHN QUINCV ADAMS HKNRV, Pastor.
Treadling 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning theme, "The Finality of Our Lord
Jseus Christ;" evening topic, "Christ.
First, Last and Forever." Mr. Young, Dr.
Torrcy's soloist, will sing in the morning.
Baptism In the evening. Sunday school
at 9:30 a. m. Young I'eoplo's rallies a:
6:15. All seats free. The people welcome.
MOTHERS WITH NEW-BORN, PREMA
ture or sickly babies wishing medical at
tention free apply at once, 346 SOUTH
BROADWAY. Baby Incubator Institute.
MRS. VIOLA A. PANCOABT OF mfc
South Urand avenue has removed to
1813 Vi West Pico street. Will give vi
bratory treatment* and baths. Phone
WE ARE OPENING UP A NEW APART
ment to our bath business and we will be
able to accomodate our customers; young
lady attendant. 138 ft S. SPRING, room.
MANICURING, BATH AND ELECTRIC
vibratory treatment for rheumatism and
Insomnia by expert graduate masseuse.
107 W. THIRD. 12-2-m
GOLDEN "GATE toilet parlors—
Baths, electric treatments and massags
for rheumatism, etc. Suite 8. 138 >,» 3.
SPRING ST. This place for sale. 11-7-m
HOMELESS CHILUtvKN WISCJIUVED ANU
placed In homes for adoption. Apply KKv.
O V. IUCI£, superintendent Children's
Home society. 2414 Griffin aye. 6-l-x
J. W. BROWN. MENTAL AND MAGNETIC
healing, developing in all phases.. Read
ings dally; insomnia cured. 1020 B.
OLIVE. J^j*_\ ■ U-26-m
medicaL BATHS AND ELECTRICITY FUR
rheumatlim. colds, etc.; physicians' ref
erences; » a. m. to 11 p. M.i open Sunday.
Suite 8, 618 S. SPRING ST. 11-14-m
THE LONDON MANICURE PARLORS,
Magnetic and alcohol treatments.
141tt North Broadway, parlors f> and ».
Hotel Franklin. 13-1-20
ELK-SKIN SHOE FACTORY, MAKERS OF
all styles in elk-.kln shoe*, and speelal
orders. (i to »5; lln. repairing. 206 WEST
aiiVhNXH ST. *-*•«
DON'T FORGET THE FAT TOILET PAR
lors, magnetic treatment also given for
rheumatism and nervousness. 1006 S.
MAIN. ■ 11-l-tt
GOOD MASSAGE. SCALP TREATMENT
In this line; rates reasonable. Hooper aye.
car to San Julian. 112K SAN JULIAN.
ELECTRO VIBRO MAGNETIC MASSAGE,
■ Invigorating and soothing for tired nerves,
634 V> a. BKOADWAY. Suite 39. 12-6-w
BATHS. MASSAGE AND MAGNETIC RUBS.
Best of treatments given. BOOM 6. 610 %
S. Spring St. 11-22-m
ELECTRIC BATH AND MASSAGE; AL
cohol rubs. 528 O. «TH bT. Phone.
Main 69U8. 11-11-m
SOUTHERN SCIENTIFIC MANICURE AND
massage parlor, 444 S. SPRING. Room U.
. . 11-22-46
JAMES R. RUGERS, EX-EXAMINER. U. B.
patent office. Paientb. tat BURNS) BLDO..
Los Angeles. Cal. 1-n>
MINING AND ASSAYING' ;>':
cash FOR^GOLD BULLION, FLUXES,
ORES, CYANIDE PRECIPITATES,
SWEEPS, ANYTHING OF VALUE IN
THE GOLD LINE. F. A. SENNET, RE
FINER AND ASSAYBR. ROOM 14
WILSON BLDG.. IST AND SPRING BIS.
RELIABLE TESTS MADE ON ORES BY
trie Internationa. Ore T«atlnr Machinery
Co., at 719-21 E. lst.Bt. Office'""»•»
STIMSON BLDG. 11-20-2 St
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES
billiard and pool tables, bar fixtures of
«ii kinds- easy payments. Send for catalogue.
Co Tel. Sunset Main 1768. Home 271. 331-3 E.
Third »t. 11-i»-Wt
PIONEKR CARPET CLEANINO WORKS,
incorporated. W. C. CLINE, president. 833 S.
Olive St. Tel. Home F2880; Sunset Main 217.
... ..'■■■ 9-18-tt
FOH^SALB ■•■ OR H3NT. CHICKERINO
piano. In first class order; Ills. If. pay
ments; rent IS. 110 W. ITU 11-U m