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BY CIVIC PRIDE
PLANS COMPLETED FOR TOUR
Merchants Decide to Close Places of
Business During the Afternoon
and Great Crowd Is
[Special to Tho Herald.]
PASADENA, Jan. 4.—Civic pride
and patriotism in Pasadena has never
responded more Quickly to the com
mendation of Southern California than
at present, when all the neighboring
cities are praising the spirit which ;
prompted the presentation on the reg
u.ation date of the Tournament of
Koses. Both the board of trade and
the merchants' association have ad
dressed open letters to the public,
urging the merchants to close their
stores on Saturday from noon until 5
o'clock and the people tc attend in a
body the tournament finale at Tour
nament park. The business people
have taken hold of the idea and there
will practically be no stores open on
Saturday between the hours men
tioned. Already a lot of placards are
being issued. They read: "Closed
until 6 o'clock. Everyone gone to
Tho program for the park was an
nounced this afternoon. First will
come a lancers' drill and parade on j
horses by the members of the Out
West club of Los Angeles. Next will
be the first heat of the chariot race.
Then a half-mile dash on horses, to
be follow*! by another chariot race
heat. Then will come the pony ex
press relay race and the stage hold
up by the Out West club, which will,
in turn, be followed by the final heat
of the chariot race and the culminat
ing episode of the program will be
the ascension of C. B. Harmon in the
balloon. New York.
It is freely predicted in the city that
from 12.000 to 15,000 from Pasadena
will go to the park, and the total may
run as high as 20,000.
This evening President George P. '
Cary of the Tournament association
stated to The Herald correspondent
that the damage by rain to the new
half-mile track at Tournament park
has been found to be much less than
was expected. The track will be In
good shape by tomorrow and the char
iot fours will then resume training. '
"I look for a record-breaking crowd," J
said President Cary.
FAIRBANKS FIGURES IN
SUIT CHARGING FRAUD
Son of Former Vice President De.
dares Lack of Knowledge of
PASADEXA, Jan. 4.—Frederick C.
Fairbanks states in regard to the dis
patch mentioning him as one of the de
fendants in a suit brought by stock
holders in the Old Mexico Land and
Industrial company that he person
ally knows nothing of the case and
had not even been apprised of the com
mencement of the action in Platt
county, 111., and does not know the
complainants. He also says that he is
not conversant with the affairs of the
company in any way, but awaits further
particulars before making any formal
The dispatch says that the suit was
commenced for alleged misappropria
tion of $130,000 of the funds of the com
pany, the defendants being Frederick
C. Fairbanks, who lives in Oaklawn
and is a son of the former vice president; I
Charles Fairbanks, Luther P
brother of Charles, and Luther Fair-'
banks, a nephew.
In the complaint (he allegation Is
made that there have been unlawful •
investments of the money of the com- |
pany and fraudulent misrepresenta
tions of the company affairs, as well as
illegal meetings of stockholders, at
which, the complainants allege, proxies
were obtained by fraud. The com
plainants also allege that the stock
holders have been unable to get infor
mation regarding the company or its
management since WOD, excepting for
two reports. The complaint asks for
$130,000 and for a strict accounting of
the funds of the company to the com
plainants as stockholders.
SALT LAKE TO HELP
PAY COST OF BIG FILL
Substitute for Concrete Bridge Over
Arroyo Seco Will Mean Expense
of Hundred Thousand Dollars
PASADENA, Jan. 4.—Planning to
substitute a big fill fur a concrete
bridge over the Arroyo Seco at Mis
sion street, South Pasadena, residents
of Lincoln park havo practically sue- ■
reeded in getting the Bait Lake, road
to agree to pay a third of the cost of
the work, about $35,000, for the chance
to uso the Mil aa a railway crossing
The railway company had practically
decided not to go in on the proposi
tion if there was to be a bridge.
A committee of South Pasadenans
has been named to take the matter
up with the Los Angeles city council
and the county board of supervisors, i
If these two boards should agri-e
railway would probably consent to pay
a third of the cost of the entire work,
the total oost being estimated at
$100,000, leaving Los Angeles, South
Pasadena and the county to divide
two-thirds of the cost between them
The big fill would be about 800 feet
long at the top by 70 feet wide, while
;'t the base it would be only 400 feet
long by 300 to 400 feet wide, fitting
into the Arroyo Seco's banks and leav
ing a waterway beneath.
SCALES TO BE TESTED
PASADENA, Jan. 4.— After going
for years without any Inspection of
weights and measures Pasadena has
decided to take up<4hts important mat
ter and today the city council Instruct-
I'd the sanitary inspector to .it
take up the w,ork of testing apparatus
and utensils used in dispensing mer
chandise in the Crfiwn city. Se
complaints, it is understood, havo been
made that short weight practice! ob
tain in the city and the sanitary in-
spector is instructed to test, not only
all scales and measures, but arrange
to see If full measure of fuel, grain,
hay and larger bills of commodities
is being supplied to the local pur
YOUTH ON MOTORCYCLE
He Is Overhauled After Several Hours
and Is Turned Over to Family
Instead of Law
PASADENA, Jan. 4.—After an ag
gravating chase lasting for several
hours this afternoon a motorcycle po-
I Iceman succeeded In running down a
youth of 14 years who had tiiken a
Thor motorcycle for a joy ride. The
boy evidently did not appreciate that
what he had done was an every day
theft, and because of his family con
nections and because of Ills youth the
case was "golden ruled," and the boy
was sent home, where the matter will
be settled by his family, oil or birch,
perhaps, taking the place of appear
ance in the police court.
The youth evidently wanted a ma
chine so badly that when the oppor
tunity came to take one and have a
run about town, it was too strong to
resist. The lad gave the officer a
merry chase, both being mounted on
ACCIDENT RESULTS SERIOUSLY
PASADENA, Jan. 4.—Dr. H. L. M. de
Blron, one of the best known veterin
arians in Southern California, who met
with a serious accident on Christmas
eve, Is at the Pasadena hospital, where
it Is feared amputation may have to be
resorted to to save his life. Dr. de Bl
ron accidentally dropped a heavy and
razor-sharp cycle-shaped knife while
trying to hew a limb oft a Christmas
tree which he was rigging up for some
: poor children at Monrovia. The blade
passed clear through the fleshy part of
his right leg just above the ankle, graz
ing the bone. De Blron was careless
with his wound and a secondary infec
tion set in.
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BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED
PASADENA. Jan. 4.—Members of the
Fortnightly Bridge club, a large card
organization, were prettily entertained
this afternoon at the home of Mrs. I
Charles W. Woodbury, 21b South Madi
son avenue. Carnations in the pink
shade with greenery were used through
out the house in the decorative scheme,
and a collation was served at the card
a 1 the com luslon of the playing.
PASA.DENA NEWS JOTTINGS
PASADENA, Jan. 4.— The city coun
cil today acted upon copies of irrant
deeds frnm the three largest water
companies and ordered filed options,
running- for a year, upon the plants.
The grant deed for the Pasadena, Lake
Vineyard Land and Water company is
d in escrow with the San ''■ ibrlel
Valley hanlc. that for the Pasadena
Land and Water, company with the
First Nation;,] Bank and that for the
North Pasadena Lam] and Water com- i
with the State Bank of Pasadena.
Engineer Sondereutrer's report upon:
the property of the three companies
will be received by the council at
special meeting Thursday morning.
Former City Auditor George F. 1
naghan brought forcefully to the at- ;
tentlon of the city council I .
claim that the ordinance compel
public service corporations to put
- underground before street work
Is done Is deemed Illegal. The matter
will be investigated and a new ordi
nance may be drawn.
The following were eleote.i officers \
for the Pasadena realty board at the
annual banquet of the board last even
ins:; T. H. McCoy Jr., president: W.
W. Ogier, vice president; C. T. James,
tary and treasurer, and J. W.
Hinehcliffe, A. F. Allen and C. H.
Circulation—Home 4711; Sunset 3361.
I Correspondent—Homo 4381, Sunset 791 I
BODY IDENTIFIED AS
MISS CELINE BORDE
SANTA MONICA, Jan. 4.—Mrs.
Rosa Borde t..night identified the body
of the woman found on the bleak beach
of the Malibu ranch, twenty-seven
miles north of this city Sunday, as
that of her Kister-ln-law, Miss Celine
Bonle, the San Lula Oblspo school
ler who haa been missing since
Hie evening of December IT. The body
brought to this city this evening
by Undertaker J. \v. Todd,
Mrs. Borde immediately identified
of jewelry and clothing worn
by the missing young woman, who is
supposed to have fallen or jumped
from the big ci ncrete municipal pier
on th^ ni^lit. of her disappearance, A
markable change in the
course of I mi currents ia as
th( n !M>n for the body be
found so f.-ir north of the point
where Mil ■ ■■■■ entered the water.
COW BEARS TRIPLETS
BANTA MONICA, Jan. 4.—A cow
I to )'.. Reis, a rancher resid
ing in the outskirts of the city, thli
morning pnvf birth to three calves.
Each 'if tbr animals is well developed
Office 31.1 N. Sycamore.
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MAY FIGHT PATENT
SANTA ANA. Jan. 4.-The city trUS-
I last night Instructed the city i lerk
to inform the Slate League Of Ml)
palltlea that Warren Brothers company
is attempting to enforce claims for n.y
ttlty here under a patent f<,r asphalt
macadam used In street paving, it |i
expected that the league will take up
the fight against the patent. The pat
ent owner gave notice recently that it
would collect 2.". cents per yard for all
work done hereafter.
CARNIVAL OF PRODUCTS
SANTA ANA, Jan. 4.—Newport Beach
nnd Huntlngton Beach boards of trade
bare pledged their indorsement to
holding a carnival of products in Santa
All.i iii October, in preference to a car
nival nt Orange. Orange has asked
the board of supervisors for an appro
priation for its carnival. Santa Ana
will have a fair during the grand en
campment of tlie Odd Fellovvs In Oc
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5> 1910.
Circulation Drpt. No. 4 Pl» •'xe«t.
Home phone tC#.
"nrrcupondrr.t. Sonnet phone Main 900.
PUSH CART MAN IS
STRUCK BY TRAIN
WILLIAM F. MOORE FAILS TO
Because of His Advanced Age the
Many Injuries He Sustained
May Have Serious
LONG BEACH, Jan. 4?— William F.
Moore, owner of a small chicken ranch
at 26 Alamltoa avenue, was struck by
a southbound Salt Lake train at sixth
street and Alamitos avenue this morn
ing. The locomotive struck a push
cart he was trundling and the cart
struck the man on the hip with great
force. He was thrown some distance.
One hip was broken and he .suffered
a severe abrasion on the nose.
Moore was taken to the Seaside hos
pital. As he is 76 years old, his in
juries may result seriously. Dr. 1.. A.
Perce attended him. Railroad men
say Moore walked along the track di
rently in front of the approaching
train", which was bound tor San Pedro.
He did not hear the bell and whistle
■ nd ii was Impossible to stop the tram.
LEAGUE'S CANDIDATE FOR
ROAD FOREMAN OPPOSED
Association Says J. W. Robinson
Knows Nothing About High.
LONG BEACH, Jan. *.— Declaring
that J. W. Robinson, the East i
. h Good Government leagues can
didate lor the position of road fore
man in the old Belmont Heights ter
ritory Is an old minister and knows
nothing of highway work, members ol
the Belmont Heights 1 association, a
rival organization which believes tni
former one is stealing Its thunder, last
night resolved to ask the board oi
works to name Ed Ralphs for that
place. , , ,
The association further resolved to
. upend several thousands of dollars In
building a clubhouse, objected to the
use by the rival organization of s. ; 1
buildings for meetings, and agreed that
the scheme for tree planting in Bi -
mont Heights originated not In the
other association, as recently has I
stated, but in its organization "a year
RECOVERING FROM SNAKE BITE
LONG BEACH, Jan. 4.—George Blair
of this city, bitten by a rattlesnake two
months ago In Imperial valley, is Just
convalescing after a long battle for
life. Several weeks after lie was tait
ttii Blair Buffered severely, the glands
of hi iwelling and his funeral
health becoming miserable. The case
has been one of Interest to physicians.
The man new ia pronounced out of
STOLEN PROPERTY REGAINED
LONG BEACH, Jan. 4.—Henry W.
Behrens, the owner of the shotgun,
blankets and trinkets stolen at Ala
mltos bay a few months ago by four
svho ha>l escaped from the Paren
tal home, Los Angeles, today regained
the property from the police. The de
i artment had been in ignorance as to
who owned the property until today.
LONG BEACH NOTES
LONG BEACH, Jan. 4.—An inquest
wai had this afternoon over the body
of Mrs. Joahanna Brian, killed Monday
at Karl and American avenues by a
Pacific Electric car. The jury returned
:i verdict of accidental death, attach
ing no blame. Funeral services for Mrs.
Brian will be held tomorrow and the
body will bo taken to her old home,
Tuscola, 111., for burial.
L. (5. Graves, a printer and old-time
resident, suffered s broken nose and
badly lacerated countenance today as a
result of the cold weather. The cold 1
weather, that in, fo effected a usually
calm family horse, that the animal
kicked Graves In the face. The longest
cut in his face required a dozen
FalUns from the roof of his house
while at work abOJt daybreak this
morning, .T. K. Moore struck upon his
i on the ground and suffer* .1 severe
injury. His head was cut badly ami he
did not regain conaciouaneM for some
time. Moore was out overseeing the
work on his house an hour Inter, his
head swathed In bandages.
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STEAMER DAMAGED IN
COLLISION WITH SCHOONER
George W. Fenwick Arrives with Re.
port of Accident Up the
SAX PEDRO, Jan. 4.—The Hammond
Lumbar company's steamer Qeorge W.
Fenwlck, Cupt. Miler, which arrived to
night from Astoria with 2,800,000 feel Of
lumber, reports that on December ol
the was in collision at Tongues Point
on the Columbia river with the steam
ihooner Coaster, owned by Charles ii.
HinKins of San Franclico, lumber lad
en, bound for San FrancUco, The after
quarterdeck of the Fenwick was itove
m, and it is estimated her damage will
h $2000. When she is discharged
will be. taken to San Francisco for
ction and repairs. The bow of the
ter was badly damaged. After the
lon i)"<li vessels proceeded.
WILL WALL LYTLE CREEK
SAN BERNARDINO, Jan. 4.—Fol
lowing the inspection by members of
Ihe city council, county board of su
perjvlsors and representatives of the
Bailta Fe railroad of the condition of
tha channel of Lytle creek, which Sun
da^ overflowed Its banks, flooding a
portion of the city, it was agreed to
day to expend $1000 for temporary pro
tection, the city, county and the Santa
IV to pay one-third eacj-
OttOcm 2*4 B Street
Phoaet: Ham* IM. Soaaet Mala 1«S.
ENDS IN RELEASE
MILLIONAIRE PROMOTER DOES
Fierce Encounter in Clark Mountains
Which Put Millionaire Mining
Man in Hospital Not
[Special to Tho Herald.]
SAX BERNARDINO, Jan. 4.—X. J.
i Fitzpatrlck, held under arrest in the
county jail for a number of weeks
charged with assault with a deadly
weapon with intent to commit 'murder,
was released from custody today on
instructions from the district attorney.
Fitzpatrick shot Ernest H. Greene, a
wealthy mining promoter, at the Clark
mountains, on the Mojave desert, In a
dispute over wages.
Fitzpatrick's release was due to the
action of Greene, who was taken to
the California hospital in Loa Angeles,
supposedly mortally wounded, leaving
' for New York as soon as he was able
to move, without notifying the district
The shooting was one of the most
sensational in some years, Qreeene be
ing a member of a millionaire family
and himself the possessor of numerous
! valuable mining properties in this
'WATCH THEM FLYING'
IS THE SLOGAN NOW
Details for "Aviation Day" Plans To.
day at Mt. Lowe Perfected
by the Men in
"There's the nmst effective 'flyer' the.
Pacific Electric has turned out," said
D. A. Munger, general passenger agent
of the Pacific Electric, yesterday, as
he inspected the long circular of the
:i\i;ui"ii meet, the first of a batch of
60,000 which his road is 'sending out
to advertise the events. As Mr. Mun
ger supervises the distribution of about
$100,000 worth of printed matter an
nually, his judgment is that of an ex
"The Aviation Week Flyer" is head
ed "Watch Them Flying." and has an
attractive picture of a young woman
stir-ring a racing dirigible in a speed
contest with an aeroplane. A list of
the aeronauts and aviators, the aggre
iif prizes and details of the at
tractions promised at the aviation
events are set forth. The 'flyers' are
being distributed throughout Southern
California, supplementing the adver
tising and newspaper publicity ob
tained by the Aviation week executive
Details for Trip Completed
Details for the Aviation day plans
;it Mount Lowe today were completed
last night by B. L. Dowell of the pas
pengor ilepartmcnt of the Pacific Elec
tric and Captain H. W. Slotterbeck of
Company A, Signal corps, N. G. C. A
squad onminanded by First Lieutenant
H. Ti Bathey will go to Inspiration
Point on Mount Lowe this morning;,
and other men of the signal corps will
he stationed at Los Angeles and San
Pedro harbor. During the day a dem
onstration of long distance signaling
will he given, and the methods u?ed in
communicating messages -will be ex
plained by Lieutenant Bathey.
An Interesting feature of the signal
corps' work will be the test of the big
6.00 D. 100 candle-power searchlight. It
will be tried out by Lieutenant Bathey
for its effectiveness In locating points
on the surrounding country with the
aid of powerful night glasses which nre
y,art ot the equipment furnished by the
suite. Another use will be that of sig
naling with the beam of light, which
!s provided for in the code card of the
army used by Company A.
Snow Adds Interest
The eighteen inches of snow nn
Mount Lowe make an added attraction
which is inducing many persons to take
tlie tri)i. Snow covers all the mountain
[leaks and the winter view from Mount
Lowe is unusually fine. The observa
tory will be open during the day and
evening without charge, and Professor
Larkln will explain the working of the
in- telescope personally, An attempt
will he madi I" locate Halley'a comet,
which has been seen twice from the
Mount Lowe observatory.
S vei.ii gpecial cars will take parties
specially made up for the Aviation day
features. One will be made up of.
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Iff^S S^M 4 hours away
just across the bay from San Diego
' —tennis—boating—fishing— ;
The golfer may enjoy his dally round of the links under Ideal j
conditions. The delightful and refined social life of Hotel ;
i del Coronado bring! together tne best people of the four i
quarters of the continent.
Round trip rate to San Diego }«;»«• ;!;;;;[ }J J;»;
Trains leave Los Angeles 8:55 a. m.—2:15 p. m.—
11:55 p. m.
E. \Y. McGEE, Gen. Agt. Santa IV. 334 So. Spring St.
" i .-,•■- i '. ■ ,■■■ '-'■• '
kiic-us of the Hotel Maryland, who will
take their lunches and camp out for
dinner under the snow-laden ires.
Regular cars will leave the Pacific
Electric building at Sixth and Main
streets, beginning at 8 o'clock in the
morning nnd continuing as rapidly as
I hey can he tilled. Cars will make the
return trip whenever the guests wish
to leave until late in the evening.
Tickets at the special rate of $2 for
the round trip to Mount I,owe may be
obtained from agents who will be on
the floor of the waiting room of the
Pacific Electric building all day today.
A large advance sale has been accom
plished by members of the Woman's
LOS ANGELES. Jan. 4, 1910.
Time |Barom.|Ther.|H~um[ Wind |Vlc|Weathar
i a.m. 30.24 I 37 I 64 INE 1 6 I Clear.
5 p.m.l 30.27 150133 |SB |8 I Clear.
Maximum temperature 64.
Minimum temperature 85.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 4.—The following
maximum and minimum temperatures are
reported from eastern stations for the pre
vious day: Chicago, 18-2; New York, 38-14;
The pressure continues high over the en
tire coast. Killing frosts are likely to oc
cur again. The temperature Is rising slowly,
on.l during the mid day temperatures will
range from DO to 60 degrees.
Los Angeles and vicinity—Fair Wednesday;
killing frost In morning: light north wind.
San Francisco and vicinity— Fair Wednes
day, with frost In morning [somewhat warm
er; light northeast wind.
Santa Clara and Sacramento valleys—Fair
Wednesday; heavy frost In niornlne; light
San Jnaquln valley—Fair Wednesday; kill
ing frost In morning; light north wind; fruit
growers- In foothills should fire.
RARM-HABBBOHN—John Rahm, age 38. na
tive of Germany, and Mary Ilabesohn, ase
80, native of Austria; both residents of I.oa
WILSON-PARKER—Fordyce A. Wilson, nee
24. native of Kansas, resident of Covlna,
and Ethel A. Parker, age 23, native of Vir
ginia, resident of Lordsburg.
GAZA-SMlTH—Walter D. Gaza, age 29, "a
ttve of Missouri, resident of Dallas, Tex.,
and Florence M. Smith, age 18, native of
Oregon, resident of Portland.
Ht'NTER-CONNOLLY—Rosco E. Hunter, age
38. native of Michigan, and Mary D. Con
nolly, age 20. native of California, both res
idents of Elsinore.
CRAIO-.TEFFERKON—CharIes H. Craig, age
35, native of Illinois, and Marie E. Jeffer
son, ago 32, native of Michigan; both resi
dents of Los Angeles.
BTASNAK-JURECQA Josef Btasnak, age 28.
native of Austria, and Agnes Jurecka, age
30, native of Bohemia: both residents of
TEACiUE-JOHNSTON-Elmer E. Teague, nee
24, native of California, and Anna W. ;
Johnston, age 23. native of Canada; both
residents of San Dimos.
NEABE-WALKGR—Charles E. Nease, ugs 62,
native of Ohio, and Luella Walker, age 40,
native of Ohio; both residents of Los An
CKINKLAW-GRAHAM-I.esllo A. Crlnklaw.
age 21. native of California, resident of
Oxnard, and May E. Graham, age 18, native
of Ohio, resident of Lamanda Park,
JACKSON-ANDREWS—WiII Jackson, age 29,
native of Alabama, and Georgia Andrews,
age 22, native of Alabama; both residents
of Los Angeles,
FULLER-HARSH— Frank J. Fuller, are 22,
native of Montana, and Luella I. Marsh,
age lit. native of New York; both residents
of Los Angeles.
NORTON-LI'CHSIXOER—James J. Norton,
jr., age 2.*,. native of Oklahoma. and
Frances Luchslnger, age 21. »natlve of
Iowa: both residents of Los Angeles.
BHRINER-CARTER— c. Shrlner,
age 80, native of Maryland, and Mary Car
ter, age IS, native of Indiana; both rest
dents of Olendora.
WHITE-WYXN—Chester M. White, age 23,
native of California, resident of Fresno,
and Mildred T. Wynn, age 19, native of
California, resident of Pasadena.
FREEMAN—To Charles B. and Nellie Free
man, 338 Ogier street.
RICHARDS— Samuel and Johanna Rich
ards, 743 Putnam street.
JOHNSON—To Simon P. and Clara Johnson,
2326 East Eighth street.
INGRAHAM-Horace A. P. Ingraham. 76
years, native of Minnesota, receiving hos
pital; gunshot wound (suicidal).
FOX—Edward Fox, 33 years, native of Ger
many, 1826 Pasadena avenue; drowning (ac
BORNGESSER—Jacob Borngesser, 48 years,
native of Wisconsin, 1031 Macy street; gun
shot wound (suicidal).
BRYANT— Robert M. Bryant, 45 years, na
tive of Virginia, C2O San Julian street;
DOTY— Rosa M. Doty, 38 years, native of
California, California hospital; surgical
JANKGUII. ,onlo Janeguie, 78 years, na
tive of Spain, French hospital ;uraemic
BAlLEY—January 1, 1910. William Hervey
Bailey, age OS years, Funeral from the
chapel of Peck & Chase Co., 1213 South
FlKUeroa street, Wednesday, January D,
at 3:30 p. m., Rev. Dr. Day Officiating.
Interment Oakland. Cal. 1-5-1
BORNORESBJiR— c. Borngresser, died
January 2, to ho burled January 5, at 2::)0
p. m.. Evergreen cemetery. 1-5-t
CARD OF THANKS
TO TUB MANX, MANY !-'KIKXL>rP\vlTri
by their loving words of kindness, their
tender sympathy and beautiful floral
offerings tried to lighten our burden of
sorrow in the loss of our darling Coills,
we extend our heartfelt thanks. Pros
perity makes friends: adversity tries
them. MR. and MRS. FRANK BTOD
DARD and SON. 921 W. Fourth st. 1-5-1
Two miles outside th« city limits on th» 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 F33OJ,
Main 4689. Supt. "phone, A 9533. 4-1-l2mo
The Lfl* 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 Ml; A.Vino.
Cemetery— 1)108:1; Ilo.vle 9.
An endowed Memorial Park noted for Its nat
ural beauty: endowment fund for perpetual
care, over (360,000; modern receiving vault,
chapel, crematory and columbarium; acces
sible; city oflloe, SUITE 302-306 EXCHANGE
111.D0., N. E. corner Third and Hill sta.
Phones, Main 909; ASS?*". Cemetery office, 1831
W. Washington si.; phones 72858; West SO.
Christian Science Services
Second Church of Christ, Scientist
at Ebell hall, ISth and FlßUeroa streets. Ser
vices Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; sermon
from the Christian Science Quarterly. Sub
ject: "Sacrament." Sunday school 9.;'.' a.
in.; Wednesday evening meeting 8 o'clock.
Reading rooms, 704 Herman W. Helln
131,1*., Spring and Fourth Sts., open dally,
Sundays exceptcd, from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
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church notices 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. 2-11-tf
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You with Me aedl
of Improving vision and curing eyes train,
I make this offer—
IT IS GOOD FOR- 15 DAYS
Cut this out and bring It to my office, and I
1 will examine your eyes
ABSOLUTELY FREE OF
If you do not need glasses. I will tell you so.
If you .do need glasses and wish to get
them from me I offer you these special
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$2.50 Gold Filled Frame. . . .$l.OO
$4 Bifocal Lenses $2.00
Special ground lynxes invisible bifocal and
any style mounting at special prices.
This expires Jan. ISth.
Optician and Specialist.
3CR-320 Security Bids.,
Fifth and Spring. Third flonr. 1 - - 7
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Relief Is Here Free
NEURASTHENIC PEOPLE look for help
where there is a prospect of RECEIVING
R.LIEF. From the TROUBLESOME and
NEKVE-BRKAKING conditions that fol
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-GY In the MAD RUSH of the P..iiSENT
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and intelligent use of the LAWS of SUG
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to the HUMAN FAMILY can be CURED
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See Prof. W. Rosskopf for any mental
or physical derangement. Consultation
und ONE TREATMENT FREE THIS
449 Vi So. Spring. Suite I*.
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All work done satisfactory to Inspector.
L. A. SANITARY CO..
Phone 6SHB. Temple 591
CESSPOOLS CLEANED OUT BY THE RED
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Graduate chiropodist. Corns removed with
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PARLORS, HOTEL MILTON.
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WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.. NOW
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MOKtiAN * CO., 'i~l South Slain. Main
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L B. TUCKER, BUILDING CONTRACTOR,
306 Sun Fernando blUg., southeast corner
Fourth and Main. "Phones Main 1287, I make
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213 MSSNER hi.in:. 12-30-2IHO
EXPENSE AND ATTORNEY FEE CUT ONE
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' bldg. 12-14-tf
KODAK FINISHING .
DEVELOPING FREE, VELOX PRINTS 10
up each. R. B. KELSO. 464 I. Spring, r. 2.
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PERSON WHO KNOWS OF A MASONIC
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MKS. MAHSCN. THE NOTED LONDON
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NOTICE! TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Nutire *is hereby given that the annual
nieetlnu of the stockholders of tho Middle
River Navigation and Canal company, a cor
poration organized and existing under the
laws of the state of California, will be held
at the office of the corporation, rooms 401-404
Columbia Trust building, 313 West Third
etreet, in the city of Lou Angeles, Cal.. on
Wednesday, January 12, 1910. at 10:30 o'clock
a. m. for the purposes of electing a board
of directors for the ensuing year and the
transaction of such other business as may
properly come before the meeting.
by order of the president.
DEO. I. COCHRAN, President.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Maclay
P.ancho Water company, a corporation or
ganised and existing under the laws of the
state ot California, will be held at the office
of the corporation, rooms 401-404 Columbia
Trust building. 31.! West Third street, In the
city of Los Angeles, Cal., on Tuesday, Jan
uary 11, 1910, at '4 o'clock p. m., for the pur
pose of electing a board of directors for the
ensuing year and the transaction of such
other business as may properly come before
By order of the president.
GEO. I. COCHRAN, President.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Klndge
Land and Navigation company, a corporation
organized and existing under the laws of the
state of California, will be held at the office
vi Hi.- corporation, rooms 401-401 Columbia
• rust building, 313 West Third street, in the
city of Los Angeles, Cal., on Wednesday,
January 12, 1910. at 10 o'clock a. in., for tin)
purpose of electing a board of directors for
the ensuing year and the transaction of eucli
other business as may properly come before
By order of the president.
GICO. I. COCHRAN. President.
. . 1-2-1*
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS-NOTICE IS
hereby given that the annual meeting of tho
stockholders of the Artesian Water company,
a corporation, organized and existing under
the laws of the state of California, will be
held at the ofilco of the corporation, looms
401-404 Columbia Trust building, US West
Third street, In the city of Los' Angeles,
California, on Tuesday, January 11, 1010, at
BjBo o'clock p. r.i., for the purpose of elect-
Ing a board of directors for the ensuing year,
and the transaction of such other business
as may properly, come before tho meeting.
By order of the president
QEO. I. COCHRAN, President.
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~~ VALENTINE'S COLLEGE.
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