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News From Neighboring Cities
PASADENA
Ofrlrr M South Fair O»k« Avenue.
Il.mif 48: Min-«'l 100.
Clrrulnfm" l>i|it. Home 11542; Sunset 2740
MORTGAGE BURNED
AS OLD YEAR DIES
PRESBYTERIANS HOLD WATCH
NIGHT SERVICES
Congregation Enters Upon a New Era.
Free from Debt —Methodists
Also Watch the New
Year In
[Bptotal to The HeralJ.l
PASADENA, Dec. 31.—A feature of
the United Presbyterians' watch night
service tonight was the burning of the
church mortgage. The institution thus
enters the new year entirely free from
debt. An address appropriate to the
occasion was delivered by Rev. E. S.
McKittrick, D. D., who organized the
congregation and served as the first
pastor.
The watch night service began at 8
o'clook with religious exercises, during
which Rev. J. M. Ross, D. D., of Los
Angeles preached. From 9 to 10 was a
social hour, followed by a second reli
gious service and an address by Rev.
W. L. C. Sampson of Santa Ana. Then
came a prayer and praise service, and
the burning of the mortgage.
The Methodist and other churches of
the city also held watch night services,
beginning at 8 o'clock and lasting until
midnight.
PASADENA COUNCIL
TO CALL BOND VOTE
If the Two Propositions Carry Paper
Valued at $1,200,000 Will Be
Floated In Crown
City
PASADENA, Dec. 31.—The city coun
cil at a special meeting this morning
heard for the first time the ordinance
calling: a water bond election for Jan
uary 26, outlining the bonds to be voted,
and decided to issue bonds bearing 4 per
cent interest. Dillon & Hubbanl, New
York bond experts, In response to a
telegram, Informed the council that It
probably would be impossible to disposa
of a 4 per cent bond. B. H. May, presi
dent of the First National bank, took
tlv same view.
Two propositions will be placed on
the ballot One provides for the pur
chape of all the water plants at a total
bsi of $1,000,000, and the other to spend
$200,000 for Improvements. If both
carry, bonds to the amount of $1,200,000
will be floated In one issue. Thrre will ■
be SOO bonds at $1000 and SOO at $500.
If .mly the first proposition carries, 1400 t
bonds will be issued, 600 of $1000 each
and 800 at $500 each.
SANTA FE WISHES
TO RETAIN STRIP
Local Agent Says Road Will Resist
Any Attempt to Incorporate Its
Land Into Street Widen.
Ing Plan
[Special to The Herald.]
PASADENA, Dec. 31.— H. P. Sher
man, local agent of the Atehison, To
peka and Santa Fe railway, app
before the council this morning ami
declared that the corporation which he
represents would not consent to the use
of a thirty-foot strip of its land along
Broadway for the purpose of widening
that street, as has been proposed. The
entire frontage alongside Broadway in
the district affected is owned by the
Santa Fe. It is now leased to a lumber
company under a short term agree
ment, which is renewed from month to
month.
"We do not wish to hinder any plan
for civic improvement," said Mr. Sher
man, in explaining the stand of the
Santa Fe, "nor do we object to paying
our full share of any such improve
ment. It is purely a matter of business
with us, and I hope you will look at
it in that light. We acquired this land
by condemnation proceedings, paying
$8500 for it. We want It for switches.
ami they undoubtedly will be laid on
this land inside the next year or two.
If a thirty-foot strip were taken off, the
the remaining part would be of no use
to us."
The aldermen discussed the question
at some length, but no definite decision
was arrived at. It was pointed out
that a majority of property owners in
terested had petitioned for widening
the street, and that sentiment strongly
favored such a move. Mr. Sherman
significantly remarked that if the city |
tried to force the issue the expense
would run $100,000 or more, and n«ked
if it would be worth that amount. He
declared that the Santa Fe never en
tared a lawsuit If It were possible .to
a void one, but that In this ease it would
certainly resist to the court of last re
sort any attempt to dispossess it of
the land which It believed necessary
to the conduct of its business.
Open House at Y. M. C. A.
PASADENA, Dec. 31.—An open
house celebratelon will be held tomor
row avenlng at tha Y. M. C. A. build
ing. There will be refreshments, mu
and a cvneral good time. No set
program has been arran^' 1'!. Kvery
rtment will be open to the inspec
tion of the public, and members of the
boys' cabinet will be on hand to show
Visitors points of Interest about the
building. The receiving line will be
1 omposed of officers of the association,
members of the board of directors and
the vice presidents of the women's
auxiliary, who represent the various
churches of the city.
Pasadena Building for Year
PASADENA, Dec. 31.—Building In
spector Shaver's report for the year
.losing today shows a total of permits
issued amounting to $1,888,826, which
ligure is half a million in excess of last
I,'Sregate sum
reprenented by permits lMl»d 'luring
1908 amount to $1,340,241. The Decem
ber total n mounted to $120,178.55, or
Jin.noo ] n excess of the total or last
•iber.
LONG BEACH
Circulation Dept. No. 4 Pine afreet.
Home phone V 66.
7orrp<ipondent, Sunset phone Main 008.
MAYOR AND CITY
COUNCIL AT OUTS
INDICATIONS POINT TO STRUG
GLE BETWEEN TWO
In Case Appointments Are Not Ap.
proved Incumbents May Be
Permitted to Hold
Over
[Special to The Herald.]
LONG BEACH, Dec. 31.—Indications
: point to a struggle between Mayor
i Windham and the majority in the
[council when the naming of members
1 of the new commissions comes up next
week. At an Informal meeting last
night it was learned that the mayor
and councilmen do not agree and that
lif the mayor's appointments are
turned down he will not make others
and the Incumbents will hold over.
This would be unsatisfactory to the
I Independent councilmanic majority, as
the incumbents are Charterites.
The mayor seems 'to regard A. C.
Walker as a good man for the board
> of works and A. C. Grube as material
for the police commission. On some
j grounds, it Is claimed, these men are
: net acceptable to the council. The
i nuneil can dictate the appointment of
I police chief, according to the char
ter. George Neece, Harry Wilson, Pa
trolman lirown and Detective O'Hourke
are mentioned In this connection.
LONG BEACH MAKES GREAT
RECORD FOR PAST YEAR
LONG BEACH, Dec. 31.— year
1909 closes with a great record made
by this city; The city limits have
grown so that instead of two and one
half square miles the city now spreads
over seven and one-half square miles.
Postal receipts show an increase of
more than $5000 over those of last year,
the total for this year being about $45,
--000. The year doses with a brisk real
estate market. The records for the
twelve months show gains In every de
partment of city life. The building
permits amount to more than $420,000.
nearly all the permits issued being for
residences. Few very large buildings,
were put up this year, except several
hotels and stores costing from $12,000
to $16,000.
+—+ "
PACIFIC ELECTRIC COMPANY
TO CONSTRUCT LOOP LINE
LONG BEACH, Dec. Sl.—lt b<
understood that for $25, the Pacific
Electric company will construct a loop
line from the lluntington Beach linn at
Temi.lt> avenue, around Signal hill
along willows street to connect with
American avenue line, a movement
li on toot nmong interested parties to
ire the location of the proposed new |
polytechnic high school on Reservoir
hill', near Signal hill, on a Bite
looking the city and ocean. Other sites
mentioned are the grounds of the Bel
moni Park Ball club and the school
district's site at Sixteenth street and
Linden avenue.
CAT SLIPS OUT OF SACK;
RETURNS TO OLD HOME
LOXP, BEAOH, Dec. ,11. A big. black
rat that has traveled thirty miles by
| making seven trips from its new home
on Signal hill to the former home of
its owners on Daisy avenue is owned
by Cassel Adklnson. Last night its
owner placed the cat in a sack and
started homeward, but while driving
up Signal hill the cat slipped through
a hole and retraced its steps to the
old home, more than four miles away.
' This Mr. Adkinson failed to discover
I until he reached home..
BOOTBLACK'S CLOTHING
IGNITED BY LIGHTED PIPE
LONG BEACH, Dec. 31.—X. .1. Tay
lor's rout was set afire last night by
his pipe as be walked along Pine ave
nue and the man, who is a nocrrn boot
black, <ame mar being burned pain-
I fully. The pipe burned a hole through
his pocket, where he had placed it, and
dropped to the sidewalk. He explained
that the how] became loose ami turned
over, tpllling out the contents.
LONG BEACH NOTES
LONG BEACH, 1 >cc. 31.—Today's
rainfall, increasing the month's pre
cipitation to 5.28 inches, makes this
the wettest December in Long IJeach
for fifteen years. In l!) 00 the rainfall
was 4.92 inches In December.
The city council held its final session
this mori,ing. The new administration
will assume the reins of government
with the new year.
SANATORIUM PLAN
NOT TO BE URGED
[Special to The Herald.]
MONROVIA, Dec, 31.—Much satisfac
tion has been expressed by Monrovia
property owners over the announce
ment that the persons who petitioned
the council for permission to erect a
sanatorium for tubercular! on Dia
mond Flats will not build even though
the petition be granted.
So much opposition was manifested
tlmt it was not thought advisable to
build in the city limits. 11 has been
stated that the parties hack of Hi"
project will endeavor to Mini a suitable
site for the proposed building <v hi
Ma Ire. Fully seventy-five per cent of
Monrovia property owners are opposed
to the erection of a second sanatorium
In the foothill city, and it Is doubtful
whether the city council would have
granted permission.
Charity Ball Arranged For
PASADENA, Dec. 31.—The commit
ti■!■ hnvintf In charge the charity ball
which will be (held this year at the
Hotel Maryland the evening of Jan
uary 18, hag completed elaborate plans
for decoratjons. The affair will be lor
the benefit of the Pasadena Children'!
Training school. Heretofore the bull
has been held at the Hot*] Qreen.
Tin- ,'iiinmlttee In charge consists of
Arthur A. Libby, Mrs. John S.
.Mrs. Charles •'. Pei'kinM, Mi's.
Ted Ford, Mrs. Harrison I. Drummond,
Mrs 11. Page Warden, Mrs. Edward
H. Qroentuidyke »nd .Mrs. Edward 1:.
Kellam.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATI IJIOAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1910.
SAN PEDRO
Correspondent Sunset WOO: Homo 38.
SCHOONER LUCY IS
NEARLY SWAMPED
VESSEL ENCOUNTERS STORM
ALONG NORTHERN COAST
Three, Master Is Finally Brought Into
Port After Few Thousand Feet
of Lumber Is Washed
Away
rsorclal to The HeralJ.i
SAN' PEDRO. Dec. 31.—Almost
swamped by the heavy was which
broke repeatedly over the vessel and
forced to keep the pumps going con
tinuously, there being: seven feet of
water aboard part of thi- time, the
three-masted Bchooner lan y. in com
mand of rapt. Bruce, finally outlived
the heavy storm which i on
the northen ist early tn December
and safely reached port this morning
after twenty-eight days from Umpqua
river.
Grave fear was expressed ashore
that the schooner would never reach
port, as the was long since due here,
hm i'apt. Bruce managed to bring her
safely through without loss, but a few
thousand feet of his deck load of lum
bei having been washed overboard.
"The gale was terrific," said Capt.
Bruce today. "All our efforts were
necessary to keep the water from
swamping us. We had to keep the
pumps agoing, and even then we had
Beven feet In the hold a good part of
the time.
"After the pale was over we found
that we had been blown B long way
from our course, and to.mnke our voy
the longer wo had to lay to a
week off Anaenpa island awaiting a
favorable wlnd«to bring us to port."
lyife a good-pay tenant, or boarJer? Let
■ want ad help you to lake It like a phllota
.»-r
THE WEATHER
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 31, 1909.
Ti^e !B.inm.|Thef7iHurn~Wlna ': Weather
s"!'~Trri~ o9~sr>~r~~r.B~|~36~l'~NE I 8 I I>t. rain,
ap.m.j 29.M | 58 I 98 |SB |14 | l.t. rain.
Maximum temperature r,9.
Minimum temperature 54.
Rainfall Data
Past 24 Season Normal
hour*. to date.
Eureka M 81.M 1«.S»
Red bi iff "S 8.3.> 11.08
Sacramento 78 f1.28 7.12
Ml Tamalpais I.M 14.72 8.44
San Francisco 1.16 111. 08-.. 8.30
Hhn Tom MM 7.R4 5.11
Fresno 1.10 7.59 3.™
an Lula Ob-spo 2.04 M.H „ 6.86
Los Angeles LSI 8.2.1 6.21
San Dleso M 6.79 3.16
Weather Conditions
j The following maximum and minimum ter
n] peratures are reported from eastern stations
' for previous day: Chicago, 14-U: New York,
18-14; Omaha. 42-M. '
The storm has moved southward and Is now
central over southern Nevada anil southeast
ern California. It has caused light rain In
the Sacramento valley and heavy rain from
Han Francisco southward, with heavy snow
In the Sierra and rain or snow In Nevada.
vada.
From San Jose to Los Angeles alone th*»
coast over an Inch of rain has fallen during
the flay. Conditions are favorable for rain
In California Saturday.
Foreacst
Log Anxelei and vicinity— Saturday;
light southwest wind.
Ran Francisco and vicinity—Showers Satur
day: light west wind.
Santa Clara valley. Sacramento valley and
San Joaquln valley—Showers Saturday; light
wind.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
Ht'BBARD-FOLLOWELL— Raymond A. Hub
hard. age 21, native of Kansas, and Bertha
E. Followell, age 20, native of Nebraska;
both residents of Covlna.
IRVIN-CLAI'PER— John A. Irvin, age 23,
native of Nebraska, resident of Los An
geles, and Olive Clapper, age 22. native of
Colorado, resident of Salem, Ore,
DAI.I.A VALLE-PETERLINI—John D. Dalla
Valle, age is, native of Austria, and Stella
Petcrlinl, age 33, native of Austria; both
residents of Los Angeles.
DODBON-DUNHAM—William L. Dodson, age
S3, native of California, and Jessie Vernon
Dunham, ase 37, native of Illinois; • both
residents of Los Angeles.
BONNEY-PHELPS—PearI A. Bonnev. aget33,
native of Oregon, and Birdie Phelps, age
34. native of Kansas; both residents of
Tow Angeles.
BBOOKB-I/AMOTTO—Walter H. Brooks, age
30, native of Massachusetts, resident of
Santa Paula, and Jopfphine C. Lamotto,
age 21. native of California, resident of
Oxnard.
WINTERSOILL-BROOKS—Arthur T. Win
tPrsgill, age 32, native of Massachusetts,
resident of T,os Angeles, and Florence L.
Brooks, age 27. native of New York, resi
dent of Olendale.
KUCHEL-KMlTH—Charles Kuchel. age 42.
• native of California, resident of Anaheim,
and Bessie Smith, age 39, native of lowa,
resident of Fullerton.
BIMMONS-MADDT— E. Simmons,
age 27, native of West Virginia, and Myr
tle '/.>>r Maddy, age 21, native of West
Virginia: both residents of Los Angeles.
MA RTIN-POWRlA—William Martin, age 28.
native of Scotland, resident of Perris, and
Jemima Powria, age 20, native of Scotland,
resident of F.I Monte.
W*LSH-FANCHER—DanieI P. Walsh, age
61, native of District of Columbia, and
Mary H. Puncher, age 61, native of Illi
nois: both residents of Los Angeles.
KELLEY-DEAN—James W. Kelley. age 33.
native of Massachusetts, resident of San
Pedro, and Vieda B. Dean, age 19, native
of California, resident of Pasadena.
MAZT-DUBREUCQ— Mazy. age 22,
native of Belgium, resident of Los An
geles, and Durfe Dubreucq, age 20, native
of Belgium, resident of Altadena.
NEWLAND-CUSHINO—John A. Newland,
age 25. native of Utah, and Mary Cushtng,
age 22, native of Utah; both residents of
Los Angeles.
WILLIAMS-PARKER—Frank Williams, age
44,. native of Alabama, and Eliza A. Park
er, age 39. native of Tennessee; both resi
dents of Long Beach.
DANIELS-HUTCHISON—EarI A. Daniels, age
24, native of Kansas, and Peart I. Hutchi
son, age 22, native of Iowa; both residents
of Whlttler.
in; M)I-:.V-CHAPMAN—William H. Braden,
age to, native of lowa, and Mary J. Chap
man, age 45. native of California; both
residents of Los Angeles.
SA Yi,c iH-VVAC,NER— Baylor, age 2%, na
tive of Kansas, and Sabena Wagner, age
18, native of Nebraska; both residents of
Los Angeles.
MARTIN-HARMON—Alexander W. Martin,
age 32. native of lowa, and Almyra L. Har
mon, age 24, native of New York; both
lent! of Los Angeles.
BAPARSONS—CharIes A. Baldry, age
28, .native of Australia, and Tittle Parsons.
age 19, native of Kansas; both residents of
Lns Angeles.
COMBS-WARDLOW—EImer Combs, age 24,
native of Michigan, and Winnie P. Ward
low, age 19. native of California; both res
idents of Redondo Beach.
FIKLDS-LEHMANN—George T. Fields, age
21, native of California, resident of San
Francisco, and Wilhelmlnna M. Lehmann.
age 24. native of California, resident of
Berkeley.
JOHNSTON-CRAVEN—Charles C. Johnston,
age 24. native of Pennsylvania, and Elsie
May Craven, age 18, native of Iowa; both
residents of Los Angeles.
RICHARDS-VAIIf-Egbert A. Richards, aire
61, native of Pennsylvania, and Amanda A.
Vail, age 41, native of Iowa; both residents
of Pasadena. }
KELLER-KELLER—PauI TV. Keller, age 47,
native of Germany, resident of Long Beach,
and Eva Ruff Keller, age 37, native of Mis
souri, resident of Santa Monica.
BRUNNICK-WATTERSON—WaIter A. Frun
ntck, age 27. native of Illinois, resident of
Los Angelas, and Ethel Watterson, age 22,
native of Utah, resident of Salt Lake City.
FRIEDRIGHS-JOHNSON—Arthur O. Frled
rlchs, ait 28, native of Wisconsin, and
Rose M. Johnson, age 20, native of Utah;
both residents of Los Angeles.
\\ AUN HARMON—Lester L. Warner, age
21, native of New York, and Marlon E.
Harmoin, age 20, native of California; both
residents of Los Angeles.
PHILMPS-BAUMAN— R. Phillips,
age ,ci, native of Nebraska, and Leah Bau
niaii. age 22, native of Missouri; both resi
dents of Los Angeles.
LIEBMAN-CANTERBURY—Jesse Llebman,
age 21, native of Kansas, resident of Riv
erside, and Ina Canterbury, age 20, native
of California, resident of High Grove.
dAwSON-LEAVITT— W. Dawson, age
28, native of Missouri, and Lucia R. A.
< Leavitt, age 17, native of Michigan; both
' residents of San Pedro.
BIRTHS
BOYS
BUCKN'KR— Homer and Mary Buckuer,
Good Samaritan hospital.
KUSHNER— Morris and Clara Kushner,
654 Banning street.
GILBERT— Roy A. and Rosanna Gilbert,
Pacific hospital.
HAGENBRICH—To Israel and Mary E. Ha
genbiich, 043 West Eighteenth street.
BROWNING—To Fred! L. and Marie Brown
ing, 1000 West Twentieth street.
GIRLS
BRUCE— A. E. and Lorena Bruce, Good
Samaritan hosiptal.
LARIEUX—To Augustine and Angcllta Lar
ieux, 738 Clara street.
DEATHS
DORR—Richard Dorr, 66 years, native of
North Carolina, 1147 Deucy street; pneu
monia.
OAKLEY—Steve Oakley, 4 years old. native of
Russia, county hospital; myocarditis.
Ci 11.1.MORE—Mary B. Gillmore. 84 years, na
tive of Indiana, 6858 Denver street, hem
orrhage.
LACROIX—Louis I.acrnlx, 4? years, native of
California. 1118 Ninth street; tuberculosis.
REDDER—Dennis Redder, 60 years, native of
Ireland, County hospital, phthisis.
SCOTTINI-'Joseph Scottini, 68 years, native
of Austria, 318 Bauchet street; pneumoniao.
BATHRICK—CarI Bathrlck, 32 years, native
of Massachusetts, county hospital; tubercu
losis.
RlGGS—Vishtl Rlggs, 1 year, native of Call
fornia, 5214 San Pedro street; cramps.
MCLAUGHLIN—CaroIine McLaughlln, 84 years,
native of Germany, 2702 Roxbury street; la
grippe
HIROMATI—Y. Hlromatl, 24 years, native of
Japan. County hospital; pneumonia.
QlRlLLO—Giovanni Glrillo. 69 years, native
of Italy, County hospital; endocarditis.
RAMSEY—Mary J. Ramsey, 71 years, native of
Ohio. 1612 Santee street; pneumonia.
WINWOOD—Harry F. Winwood, 21 years, na
tive of New York, King Edward hotel; gun
shot wound (suicidal).
OSAWA—Morichi Osawa, 38 years, native of
Japan. I.'.] Vine street, tuberculosis.
DIED
FREEMAN—At 818 East Forty-seventh street,
December 30, 1909. Mrs. Mary A. Freeman,
aged 17 years. Funeral at chapel of Bresee
Eros., S'm South Flgueroa street, Monday, at
10:30. Interment Inglewood Park cemetery.
1-1-3
WILSON— his late home, this city. De
cember 30, Percy R. Wilson, aged 55 years.
Funeral from the chapel of Pierce Bros. &
Co.. 810 South Flower street, 'January 3, at
2 p. m. Interment private. 1-1-1
SWAN— Swan, aged 82 years. Funeral
Pico and Grand, Monday, January 5, 1910,
from chapel of Overholtzer-Mllls company,
at 10 a. m. Interment at Inglewood Park
cemetery, via car. 1-1-1
JONES—Bradford E. Jones, native of Massa
chusetts, age 74 years, died in Gardena De
cember 30. Funeral services at his late res
idence on Central avenue at 2 p. m. De
cemher 81, 1-1-1

FUNERAL NOTICES
WILSON —The funeral services of the late
Percy R. Wilson will be held Monday aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock at the parlors of Pierce
Bros.. 810 South Flower street. The follow
ing will serve as pallbearers: J. F. Sar
torl, W. G. Kerckhoff, H. W. O'Melveny,
J. E. Cook, Charles Monroe,' Godfrey Hol
terhoff, Jr., W. L. Valentine and W. H.
Holllday. Interment private. 1-1-1
CEMETERIES
INGLEWOOD PARK
CEMETERY
Two miles outside the city limits on the Los
Angeles and Redondo Ky.; 200 acres of per
fect land with Improvements outclassing
any cemetery on the coast.
207 S. Broadway. Room 202. Phones F3303,
Main 4659. Supt. 'phone, A 9593. 4-l-12mo
EVERGREEN CEMETERY
The Lob Angeles Cemetery Association.
Boyle Heights near city limits. Operated un
der perpetual charter from Los Angeles city.
Modern chapel and crematory.
Office, 339 Bradbury building.
Phones—Main 652; A 5466.
Cemetery—Home D 1033; $oyle 9.
6-6-12 mo
ROSEDALE CEMETERY
An endowed Memorial Park noted for its nat
ural beauty: endowment fund for perpetual
care, over $250,000; modern receiving vault,
chapel, crematory and columbarium; acces
sible; city office, SUITE 302-306 EXCHANGE
BLDO., N. E. corner Third and Hill st*.
Phones, Main 909; A362->. Cemetery Office, 1831
W. Washington St.; phones 72858; West 80.
6-2-1?roo
PHYSICIANS
DR. HICKOK. DR. HICKOK,
SPECIALIST FOP. WOMEN.
Treats all diseases of women under a pos
itive guarantee. Ladles vtiio have formerly
paid for each treatment, whether benefited
or not. will appreciate the difference- Pay
only for satisfactory result*. Charges mod
erate.
DR. HICKOK gives modern antiseptic
treatment and patients are In no danger
of blood poison or infection. Everything is
sterilized before use. >
DR. HICKOK provides a private home, with
nursing, for women in confinement. Expert
care and home comfort* at reasonable rates.
Confinements by modern methods are safe
and free from pain.
DR. HICKOK gives personal attention to
every case. Consultation Is free and confi
dential in all troubles. Any woman not sat
isfied with her condition Is Invited to call
for free consultation and fro* examination
DR. HICKOK carefully exa^-ilues every case
and gives an honest opinion and reliable ad->
Vice free. X-ray examination made when
necessary. If a ease Is accepted for treat
ment a cure 1 is guaranteed. Moderate charges
for satisfactory results. Terms can be al
ways arranged. Hours 10 to 4; Sundays 10
to 1. 'Phone FB23S for appointment at
other times.
DR. HICKOK 632 W Sixth St.. suit* 107
12-18-tf
0 DR. CROCKER,
Special for Women.
Hamburger's Majestic Theater Building.
Absolute privacy. Hours 10 to 4.
CONSULT FREE.
12-:5-l!m
PILE3—ALL KINDS, I CURE THEM WITH
out pain, cutting or detention from busi
ngs. Moderate charges. Free consulta
tion. DR. HICKOK. 632 W. Sixth ft. I
u-at-tt
DR. PRITCHARD, RECTAL, FEMALE! AND
chronic diseases. 727-23 UI'.OSSE BID.
11-28-tf
DR. INEZ DECKER, 702 S. BPIUNQ ST.
Obstetrics. Hours 10 to I. Room 221. 10-2Jtf
DR. TAYLOR. II7H 8. MAIN ST. DISEASES
of women. ■ 12-2-tf
SEWING MACHINES
irrw^N^R7"wliEE!lEK~irw^
Ing machines, and ail makes of second-hand
machines for sale at from $2 up. Machines
rent d and repaired. 126 S. MAIN ST.
12* 17-1 mo
WHITK SKWINO MACHINES] "
428H S. SPRING. Main 2106: F6T57. 12-12-tf
PATENT PROTECTION
EXPENSE AND ATTORNEY FEE CUT ONE
half. No patent, no pay. WELLS, 345 P. E.
bid*. 12-H-tI
CHURCH NOTICES
2 j I jji an ■'
CJ OJW Hmb> Lira f ■ '-jjR
First
Congregation
Chufch
HOPE STREET, NEAR NINTH.
REV. WM. IIORACK DAY, I). D,, Pastor.
11 a. m. subject, "THE MINISTRY OF
RECONCILIATION."
i :48 p. m., illustrated ptereoptlcon lecture,
"TREES—PREACHERS OF SERVICE."
Choir, assisted by Spanish mandolin quar
tet. , Beginning of a three months' series of
special evening services. Interesting and
timely subjects by the pastor. Attractive
and varied musical programs.
You are cordially invited. l-l-2t
Tk MepcMoit darcli
of Christ
Eighteenth and Flgueroa streets.
REV. .1. S. THOMSON, Pimtnr.
Sunday service 11 a. m. Subject of sermon,
"The Gates of Heaven." Solo, "Adore »nd
Be Still," Mr. Roland Paul; solo, "He Shall
Feed His Flock," Mrs. George F. Drake. Or
gan solo, "Traumerel," Miss Mary L.
O'Donoughue. All are cordially Invited, espe
cially strangers. . 1-1-2
Immanuei Presbyterian
Ctarcl..
COR. TENTH AND FIGCEROA STS,
REV. 11l (ill K. WALKER, 1). D.. I'a.ilor.
will preach at both services tomorrow, at 11
a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject.
"Facing the Old l.liv in a New Spirit."
Evening, "The Resolution That Means a
Revolution." Special music. All are cor
dially Invited. Bible school at 9:30 a. m..
and Y. P. B. C. E. at 6:15 p. m.. l-I-2t
Broadway Christian
Church
OPPOSITE THE COURTHOUSE.
Bible school at 9:30 a. m. At 11 a. m. the
minister, Rev. B. F. Coulter, will preach
his fifteenth annual New Year's sermon,
from the Scripture, "Have faith In God"
(Mark, 11:22). At 7:45 p. m. John C. Hay,
associate minister, will deliver his fifth
discourse upon the Sermon on the Mount.
Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Wel
come all. 1-1-1
Oospsfl Meets
Every Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
gospel meetings are held in Music hall
Blanchard Bldg., 232 South Hill street.
J. B. Ilollcy, the well known lawyer
preacher, is In charge and preaches the old
time gospel with power.
The singing is in charge of C. E. Sweet.
The praise and testimony meeting following
the regular service is in charge of R. N.
I^amberth. The meetings are undenomina
tional and everybody is welcome. If you
want a blessing, come! l-l-2t
Cbristian Science Services
Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist
At W. C. T. U. hall. Temple st. and Broad
way. Services Sunday, 11- a. m.; sermon
from the Christian Science Quarterly. Sub
ject, "God." Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.;
Wednesday evening meeting, 8 o'clock. Read-
Ing rooms. 704 Herman W. Hellman Bldg.,
Spring and Fourth streets, open dally, Sun
days except from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
l-l-2t
St. Paul's Pro-Cathedral
638 SOUTH OLIVE STREET.
Very XXV. WM. MAC CORMACK, Derm.
7:30, Holy communion.
11 a. m., service and holy communion. Ser
mon by the dean. Topic, "What Shall 1 Do
with Myself?"
7:30, evening prayer. Rt. Rev. J. ll..John
son. D. D., S. T. D.. will preach. Topic.
"Marriage and Divorce" l-l-2t
" Tk Los' Angeles
Fellowship
REYNOLD K. BLIGHT, Minister,
11 a. m. service at Blanchard hall, 233
South Broadway. Subject, "How Shall a
Man Save His Soul?' Good music. All seats
free. 1-1--'
Church of limm9]rtallsm
Will hold services every Sunday afternoon at
2:30' p. m. in Mammoth hall, 517 South
Broadway. The world-renowned author-lec
turer, traveler,
J. M. PKEBL.ES, M. D., M. A., Ph. D.,
will lecture uptn "Truth: What will Save
This Selfish World?" All are welcome. ■
l-l-2t
Friends' Church,
THIRD AND FREMONT STS.
Rev. H. ■ Edwin McGrew, pastor. Sabbath
school, 9:45; sermon, 11.00; C. E., 6:30; even
ing service, 7:30. Strangers and visitors wel
come. - 1-1-1
NOTICE TO CHURCHES—COPy FOR ALL
church nuticea for the Saturday and Sun
day morning Issues is requested to be
turned In at The Herald office by Friday
noon. If possible. This will assure proper
classification and publication. 2-U-lf ]
BATHS
SCIENTIFIC MAbSAuE, MANICURING,
chiropody, flc3h reducing und baths. JEAN
LL'NN. 620 South Broadway. ; 12-3-tf
HISS LEWIS. 326% S. BROADWAY. SUITS 3;
baths and alcohol ruue; «--i«<-trlcal treatment
and magnetic; hours 10 to 10. 12-3-tf
MINERAL STEAM BATHS, OPEN EVEN-
Ings and Sunday. 703 V» SOUTH BROAD
WAY, room 67. 12-4-tf
MAMCUKING. ALCOHOL, AND OIL. KO-iS;
Room 18, Hotel Orange, corner S^tth and
Spring sts. i> 12-J-tf
OIL AND ALCOHOL RUBS. ROOM S. 637H
SOUTH HILL. l!-4-tt
CHIROPODISTS
--' DR. HEVLAND, D. C.
Graduate chiropodist. Corns removed .with
out pain or soreness. Instant relief; no fear
of fceptlc trouble. f
INGROWING NAILS A SPECIALTY
PARLORS. HOTEL MILTON,
53!) n South Broadway.
F2427; Bdway. 8648. 12-30-3 mo
ASSAYING
MORGAN £ CO., -'■.'7 .South Main. Main
1617. AdkiiyerN, smelters and rrflners.
■ / 1-1-tf
JOHN HERMAN, 252 Mi S. Main. Not satls
factlon, but accuracy guaranteed. 18-3a-tf
DETECTIVE AGENCIES
DETECTIVE SERVICE: FIRST CLAMS,
efficient, strictly confidential; best refer
ences. Satisfaction guaranteed. 1 Phone
72595. . 13-10-j
SPECIAL NOTICES
Casl Register Bargains
Look! Look! Come and See
. Big cash registers, 5 cts. to $10.00 on the
keys, for $25.
ANOTHER, 1 cent to 120.00 on the keys,
for 136.00. One of those NATIONAL reg
isters that sold tor *175. total adder. We
pell It perfect for J55.00
OTHERS too numerous to mention.
How do you know any canh register Is a
BARGAIN unless you see mine?
Not "in the Trust
J. R. Waller
«43 South Spring Street.
Tel. F5301. 1-1--
DO YOU ITCH?
IF SO CALL AND GET A FREE SAMPLE
OF OUR NEW REMEDY FOR ECZEMA
and all diseases of THE SKIN AND SCALP.
STOPS ALL ITCHING AT ONCE.
MILLS ECZEMA. CO., 819 Coup bide.
12-22-lmO
LADIES, USE OUR HAIR RESTORER FOR
falling or gray hair, dandruff or dry and
brittle hair. Formulas sent to you for Me,
Will give perfect satisfaction. It has
thoroughly been tested.
MISS BALZER
212 S. Broadway, Upstairs. 1-1-7
LADIES, DEEP WRINKLES, FRECKLES,
scars, smallpox pits, moth patches, etc.,
removed In ten days.
MISS BALZER
212 S. Broadway, Upstairs. l-l-7t
VALENTINE'S COLLEGE.
Cutting, designing, ladles' tailoring taught
by up-to-date system; patterns cut to meas
ure. 468 S. Broadway. Suites is and 34.
Home F4106; Brdway 8666. 12-12-311
ALL RAZORS, SAFETY BLADES. SClS
sort, knives. Instruments, printer's knives.
tools, etc.. sharpened better than new.
YANKEE GRINDER, 814 S. Spring St.
U-IS-tf
~ BIRDS. PUPPIES, TOYS.
Household Articles, China, Glass, Etc.
■ Bargains at
THE ARK, 2:11 W. First. 1-1-lm
ICOO BUSINESS CARDS, 51.50; GOOD WHITE
brlstol; conveniently boxed. Other printing,
low prices. CENTRAL PRESS, 101' i S. Bdwy,
12-21-lmo
STOVES AND HEATERS-GENERAL RE
pairing, brazing and soldering. KENT'S.' 224
E. TTH. Main 3W2. 12-22-e o d-2wks
WANTED—LADIES', GENTS' CLOTHINu!
HIGH PRICES. 810 SO. SPRING ST.
MAIN 3537; F5936. 6-25-12 mO
MONEY TO LOAN
FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS ON
real estate security
40 per cent of value.
Prompt attention.
Courteous treatment.
Reasonable rates.
Papers drawn free.
Good mortgages bought.
$300 to JUO.OOO. '
THE JOHN M. C. MARBLE
COMPANY
H. W. Bellman Bldg.
Main Mi. , Home ASS 97.
1 -. 1-12 6-3
»ioney:. MONET! MONEY!
to loan In annunta from $19 to S5OO on fur
niture, piano?, horses, wagons, carriages,
cattle, etc., without removal. Easy pay
ments; best terms. Regardless of what others
charge. It will pay ycu to get our rates be
fore borrowing.
Call, phone or write.
FIDELITY LOAN CO.. *
(29 Mason bldg., Fifth Floor.
B. E. corner 4th and Broadway.
Phones: F7421; Broadway 5171. 10-31-H
PLENTY OF MONEY TO LOAN AT 6 AND
7 per cent on good city property; security
must be at least double amount wanted.
You can have the money as long as you
wish. All our parties wish Is the Interest.
WAYBRIGHT-BUTLER CO., 625-9 Security
bldg. FSSI7; Bdway. 2462. 3-29-tf
WE MAKE A 60 PER CENT BUILDING
loan and are practical builders.
MILWAUKEE BUILDING CO..
MILWAUKEE BUILDING CO.,
MILWAUKEE BUILDINGS CO.,
316 Wright & Callender bldg.
Phones—lo7sl; Main 3776. 8-12-tf
MONEY TO LOAN AT.LOW RATES ON IM
proved city property or for building, on easy
terms of repayment. Loans can be paid off
at any time without extra cost. STATE
MUTUAL BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIA
TION, 223 S. Spring st. 8-8-tf
PRIVATE MONEY, 6 AND 7 PER CENT
ON CITY . OR COUNTRY PROPERTY;
STRAIGHT AND INSTALLMENT BUILD
ING LOANS. LOCKHART & SON, 601 H.
W. HELLMAN BLDG. A 7552; MAIN 1410.
10-4-tf
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE
mortgage security; contracts for sale of
real estate, mortgages and trust deeds pur
chased. CHARLES LANT2, Attorney, 408
Bui laid block. 1-1-2
MONEY TO LOAN
250,000 to loan on real estate, city or coun
try. 5 to 7 per cent; amounts to suit. MOV
ER & GILBERT, 612 Krosl bldg. Horns
•phone ABS27; Main 6474. 10 2-tf
MONEY TO LOAN—
J2OO to $250,000 1.0 loan on real estate and
otner good securities nt current rates.
•■ - LEE A. M'CONNELL & CO., I
Established 1486. 311-312 Douglas I:'d«.
12-12-lmo
MONEY LOANED ON PIANOS. FURNl
ture diamonds or other good security; bus- '
mess confidential. ERIE REALTY CO., 601-3
O. T. Johnson blag. 10-3-tf
R. W. POINDEXTER, 409 WILCOX BLDG.,
will loan you what you need on real estate,
stocks and bonds. Building loans a special
ty. 5-9-tf
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS. FURNl
ture, pianos and any kind of security; low
rates. JOHNSON. 339 H. W. Hellman bids.
6-19-6 mo
ROBERT WESTWATER & SON.
Real estate investments, or homes. Build
ers and contractors. Room 310 Frost
building. Phone Main 9116. 11-21-tf
TO LOAN—SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED
tape; without »*;ur!ty; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE. 419 Henna bldg.
10-4-tf
SALARY LOANS. LOWEST RATES. CON
fldentlal. 511 O. T. JOHNSON BLDG,
Fourth and Broadway. 12-9-tt
TYPEWRITERS ,
A^LliLuSES~7)?~RT£mJr^^
See our bargains. Best rentals In city,
11.60 to (3 a month.
LOS ANGELES TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE.
A 5913. 138 S. Broadway Main 2953.
- . 8-13-tI
TYI'EWKITEISS BOUGHT AND RENTKII. I
All makes guaranteed; repairing. I!\K1
hum CO. (Inc.) SllMi So. Broadway.
Main 4UUI; A 4070. 10-Sii-tf.
KKE I.OX CARBON AND T. W. RIBBON
are tile bent. W. V. I.OIIM.YN' * CO. (Inc.)
IMVt S. Broadway. AHS39. 11-9-tf
STORAGE
LARGE PRIVATE, LOCKED, IRON ROOMS
for furniture, etc., 51.50 and (2 per month;
trunks, boxes, etc.v 25a to 50c; open vans,
$6 per day, or 75c per hour. We pack and
ship household goods everywhere at re
duced rates. COLYEAR'S VAN AND
STORAGE CO., offices 609-11 S. Main at.
Warehouse 415-17 San Pedro st. Phonos
FI171; Main 1117. - 3-26-tf
HOUSEHOLD GOODS PACKED IN "THE
BIG RED VANS." ■ SHIPPED. STORED
IN CLEAN WAREHOUSES; PRIVATE
ROOMS COAL AND WOOD. BOTH
PHONES. SHATTUCK & NIMMO, 109 E.
SIXTH ST. 3-7-tf
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
FOR SALE— MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS —
Snaps: High pitch clalrnet, $10 to 120;
Bfoehm flute. Best musical Instrument re
pairing In the west. BAXTER-NORTH UP
CO.. 622 S. Broadway. F2295. 12-i2-3mo
ATTORNEYS.AT.LAW
MARRIAGE LAWS EXPLAINED. GEN
eral practice. .Advice tree, k't* moderate.
213 I.ISSNEIt .12-30-2lno
WANTED
Help—Male .
, WANTED—TWO GOOD BOYS BETWEEN
, age* of 14 and IT to carry routes south
of Seventh and east of Flgueroa. and
alto two good boys to carry routes In Pico
Heights: routes pay 19 and 110. Ask for
MR. POWERS at the Herald office after
ip.m. or call up Bdway. 5624. . 11-U-tr
WANTED— SOLICITOR WHO CAN PRO
dut'o results; pure food products; no com
petition. Its use Is five times greater than
baking powder. Big money to workers. Ap
ply TRUE EGG SUBSTITUTE CO., 1511
Ocean avc, Santa Monica, Cal. < . 1-1-1
NO EXPENSE TO LEARN ELECTRICITY.
plumbln*. bricklaying, automoblllng on oon
tract Jobs In few months' tlmu. No appren
ticeship or helpers" work. Catalog free.
VNITKD TRADE SCHOOL CONTRACTING
CO.. 232 A.l.to St., Los Angeles. • 10-4-tl
WANTED—RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS—
Commencement salary $800; spring exami
nations everywhere; candidates prepared,
free FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 13J.
Rochester. N. Y. 12-14-lmo
WANTED— AT ONCE. 200 FIRST CLASS
carpenters for rough work. Aply F. O.
ENGSTRUM CO., E. Fifth and Seatrni sts.
WANTBD-BOY TO CARRY" PAPBR
route in U. S. C. district. Su« CIRCULA
TION MANAGER. Herald. Il'*-'*
Help—Female
WANTED LADY WITH deep wrinkle
to demonstrate my ten-day deep wrinkle
treatment.
MISS BALZER
212' S. Broadway, Upstairs. . 1-1-7
WANTED—QIRIi I FOR * GENERAL HOUEE
work Lindsay, Cal., In family com
posed of three young men. Must be neat
and good plain cook. Apply T. D. T., Van
Nuys hotel, between 2 and 4 p. m., .Tan
uar'y 3 and 4. ' I'l'3
WANTED— LADIES: BEAUTY CULTURE
pay! big. FLORENTINE HAIRDRESSINQ
COLLEGE, corner Broadway, entrance
■'27 Mercantile place. 15c. 25c halrdress-
Ing. 1-*9*
LADIES AND GIRLS AT HOME. STEADY
or evenings, can stamp transfer, J1.60 doa.
upward; original, reliable firm, r.oom 114.
MASON 81-DG. 228 W. Fourth. 9-H-tt
NURSES' LEAGUE BUREAU
Suite UO-11 Germain bldg. *-*'>•*'»
Help— Male and Female *>VV.
LADIES, USE OUR H*lH RESTORER FOB
falling or gray hair, dandruff or dry or
brittle hair. formulas sent to *ou for BOc.
Will Bive perfect satisfaction. It has been
thoroughly tested. MISS BALZER, 212 8.
Broadway, upstairs. -M-T
COLLEGE AND NORMAL- GRADUATES TO
register for positions in Arizona, Nevada,
and California. BOYNTON TEACHERS
AGENCY, 625 Stlmson block. 12-U-lme
WAN'l*-I>— AND WuMEN TO LKAK.V
the barber trade; guaranteed Id eight weeks]
Catalogue free. MOLEK BARUKB COL
LEGE. 111 *.. Encnnd st. M-tf.
— " ~
Situations-'-Male
YOUNG MAN, AGE 23, DESIRES WORK.
Can furnish best references. Six years
with wholesale dry goods firm. BOX 102,
Herald. ___^_ ■ 11 1
EXPERIENCED HOTEL MAN WISHING
a position as all around man, city' or
country. BOX 371. Herald. 12-29.-*
Situations — Female
ANY ONE IN NEED OF RELIABLE
housekeeper to take charge of home or ,
children at fair salary can learn of mid- I
die aged widow in need of work; good
plain cook, neat, relined and saving; ,
must have work; stranger and alone. Ad
dress for one week BOX 115, Herald.
-. ■ 12-31"4
WOMAN OF 35. OF GOOD CHARACTER
and refinement, singer and entertainer,
wants position as companion or managing
housekeeper or position traveling. BOX
105, Herald. i-"30-*
BOOKKEEPER AND STENOGRAPHER OF
many years' experience desires position;
capable taking full charge double entry
books and systematizing. Address BOX
331, Herald. Phone Main 6561. ■ 1-1-4
POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER IN RE
spectable widower's home or oompanlon
for lady; moderate wages. BOX 110,
Herald. . 12-30-4
WANTED—PLAIN SEWING TO DO AT
home; prices reasonable. MRS. R. F. y 1
WESTPHAL, 252 N. Soto street, Los An- A
geles. * v 12-30-7 _
WANTED—CLEANING OR ASSIST WITH £
housework, day or hour, by young wo- $
man. Phone BOYLE 1777. ' 12-29-4 c
WANTED—LAUNDRY WORK BT THE 3
day by first class colored laundress. Tel. 1
MAIN 2142. - , '12-30-4 '
To Purchase—Real Estate
WANTED— PURCHASE CONTRACTS
for sale of real estate, mortgages. and
trust deeds. CHARLES L.ANTZ, Attorney.
408 Bullard block. I' 1"' ■.
. . ——: ; \
To Purchase—Miscellaneous j
WANTED PAID FOR FEATHER '*
beds. 758 SAN PEDRO ST. Phones
F8041; Main 110«. ' I 2"17'" '
TOP PRICES PAID FOR 2D HAND CLOTH- M
ING 805 SO. SPRING ST. MAIN 4034; ,
F2899. i 18-13- ■
WANTED—ONE LARGE AND ONE SMALL ',!
second hand office desk. i)OX C 2, Herald, g
. 12-22-tI |j
FEATHER BEDS-PAY 15 TO »35 EACH. I]
Address J. RYAN. 530 "in Pedro at. 12-8-tt
BUSINESS PERSONALS '.
PERSONAL—
Quzisio! Massage
Cream
Is the result or years of experimenting. We
have brought It to a point where we feel sate •
in asserting that there is no better massage < ;
cream on the market. Take a little of the' '
cream in the palm of the hand, add a little
water to thin It: then apply the cream to, the
ukin, rubbing, massaging, using a circular mo
tion until all Impurities are absorbed and
rolled out with the cream. This will open
the pores of the skin, giving healthy respira
tion and life; its dally use cleanses the pores,
softening the skin, leaving a soft, .velvety
complexion; in a condition with not a trace
of grease or shine, making the use of face ,
powders absolutely unnecessary. * Our cream *
contains no grow ing or poisonous - In- 1
gradients; Is an antiseptic toilet preparation, I
compounded to preserve and beautify the com- '
plexion; maintain the bloom of youth, and te '
Duild up a run-down skin. You will find It ,
unsurpassed for removing blackheads, moth- J
patches, chaps, roughness, wrinkles, sunburn (
and tans. ' i : ; . . • l
.Look for our Quzlnol Signs. 'AH prepare,- I
tluna compounded and prepared by us are I ■
guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs ' a
Laws of MKI6, Serial No. 24935. ■ r (
TROUT COSMETIC CO. , U
Manufacturers of J
QUZINOL COSMETICS i\ -\
Telephone F2613 , : i
Room 207 Hamburger, Building I ;
Annex. >- "
■ 11-14-su-we-sa-tf
s-
IMPORTANT v : ■'-" ':■
All members Knights of Pythias not affi-
Hated In' Los Angeles, whether In good*
standing or not, send name, address K. or
P. committee. 410 BROADWAY CENTRAL |
BLDG. Phones: Main 1204; 10739. '-|
i 12-25-2t-27 l-l-:-S-«u
PERSON WHO KNOWS OF A~MABONU
ring, either pawned ■In Los Angeles o*4
Oakland, or loaned, will please corresponds j
with NATHANIEL LOCKWOOD, 622 WT I
15.-d St.. New York city. . „- I^-14-ilj^ |
f 1.80 PER 1000 FOR REAL I BUSINE 3%.
cards: delivered In 24 hours. BKOWH Ir""
PRINTING CO.. 220 Merchants Trust biaill j I
■ . - ■ i i
MltS. MASSCN. THE NOTED LONDOUJ
palmist, 322 S. SPRING, ever Owl druU VI
store. / ■ u-a-tRu

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