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MOTHERS PLAN
TO HONOR MOORE
CONGRESS TO ARRANGE RE
CEPTION FOR EDUCATOR
SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT TO GO
TO YALE THIS FALL
Directors Receive Reports from Heads
of Various Committees Which
Show Excellent Progress
in the Work
The California congress cf mothersj
will honor Dr. E. C. Moore, superin-1
tendent of city schools, previous toj
his departure for Yale this fall. At aj
directors' meetix!? of the congress I
held in the Olive street school yester-)
day afternoon a resolution cf regrets;
was adopted, and it was derives! to I
hold a reception for the coied educa-j
tor, who has proved such a staunch
friend of these crsSELsesi cotters and
teachers.
The meeting was c^uJfd for it* pur
pose of neetiving reports Irvni all
stand . cosr.:rnJli*s. MsTiy ■orere ren
dered. Wiihoat tictrtkiE tl» wwre
filled with cheering irea'ts and the
happiest of opiiniisni. Tin- ieaiis of
these' comrailtae* .are sNe, strong sr.c!
active workers. Tie icasirutafcSe
spirit dispiaved by these Tre-treTi, :c
face of great <i;sv-;-ariirt rsects and
handicaps, friowfd £ro:n tiie r*S*£ <?f
the repons. The *:esdr, cnwsrj
march of these coaranies. teiegral
parts of the grand \rork:^sr amvy, has
continued day by cay throughout the
entire year.
Mutual Benefit Repcrt
After the caU to order by Mrs.
Chalmers Smith, president of the con-j
gress, Mrs. H. C. Waddell, represent
ing the mutual benefit committee, al
though Jus recovering from a'severe
Illness, was present, and read her re
port. She told of individual cases
wherein poor children had been kept
in school, the needy parents receiving
a sum equal to the children's salaries
from the fund maintained for that
purpose.
Mrs. B. B. Maple of the day nursery
committee said that many Russian ba
bies are sent to the Utah street school
each day by mothers who were forced ,
to work out. The congress has a nur
sery there in charge of a competent ,
woman who speaks Russian from 9
a. m. to 3 p. m. The work is very
necessary, but funds are lacking.
Therefore Mrs. Maple is asking all cir
cles each to contribute %'l a year to
this fund.
Appeal to Neighbors
"Make ir your duty to Interest your
neighbor in the mothers' congress,"
■aid Mrs. C. C. Noble, speaking of
membership work. "Then- arc many
women In this cits- who have never
heard of our work. How to pet these
hers out is the problem, l will U'.l
you how. Take a personal Interest in
them. A few words will accomplish
what many postal cards will fall in."
Sirs. Noble urged the women to do
missionary work In their own neigh
borhoods for new memberships.
Two high-class art programs of
drama and music are to be Riven dur
ing the year, according to the report
of -Mrs. W. 11. Housh, chairman of the
„;■■ committee. These entertainments
will be under direction of competent
i lists.
Mrs. Catherine Wheat told of plans
for coming meetings of the Reciprocity
club. Long Beach will he asked to
have the next state meeting there,
while th mmlttee desires to hold
tlie summer meeting at Naples. Mrs.
Wheat announced a splendid program
of addresses for the next Recipro
lunch to be held the first Tuesday in
February.
Maternity Cottage Donations
Mrs. l.urd reporti !i^ dona
tion from various schools for mater
nity sent
nta in a single consignment.
Carpi ts and furnishing 11 as
and fruit have been given by va
rious other circles.
g p( ..ings -with prominent
BpeakerH for all playgrounds July 4
was the gist of the patriotic com
mittei a n port.
Represi atatives of outside countj
circles also were calli d upon for nl
-jiorts. All Indicated great activity In
all quarters.
ARRESTED FOR STEALING
FINERY FROM FRIEND
Police Say Sister.in.Law of William
Ross Is Guilty of the
Charge
Cora McNeil, alias Cora Ross, n sis
ter of the woman whoso husband,
■\Villiam Ross, shot ami killed Patrol
man Clyde A. May, several years ago,
■was arrested by Detective* Hosiek
and Zcigier yesterday in her room at
the. W iterville apartment house at
Sevonth street and Mai ■ avenue, and
booked at the police station on a
charge, of stealing a fur muff and five
ostrich plumes from the apartments
of Mrs. Lucy Crowley, 320 North Hill
street.
According to the detectives, who say
they recovered the stolen articles, the
accused frequently Visited Mrs. Crow
ley and knew whore the plumes and
muff were kept. January 10 the wom
an is alleged to have gone to the room
of Mrs. crowley and, finding the lat
ter absent, opened a trunk and ob
tained the articles.
Miss McNeil probably will be ar
raigned in police court Monday on a
charge of burglary.^
TYPEWRITERS
ALL MAKES OF REBUILT TYPEWRITERS.
Bee our bargains. Bunt rentals in city,
51.60 to S3 a month.
LOS ANGELES typewriter
EXCHANGE,
«5913 138 S. Broadway Main 2953.
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CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
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003 Merchants Trust Building, corner Sec
ond and liroadway. Phone Main 8287. I
make lowest bids on all classes of bulld-
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SOCIETY MEETINGS
I'ROGKESSIVE LIFE LECTURES BY I.rein:
Heckham Steven, are Riven every Sunday
evening in Grant hall, Walker Theater bid*.
Ml welcome. Last lecture was "The Con-
Hervatlon of Energy." '-"'-1
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
93^i^B^^8ICArrTNaTRUMiNTS~
gnarii: High P'tch clalrnet. 110 to MO I
Boehm flute. H'-«t musical Instrument re
tfalr ing In the west. BAXTBR-NOBTHUP
■ CO.. 622 S.Broadway. F2296. K-2J-lmo
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES ] SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
GGtfjkfyvL Enrollments
£ J^Commercial Nozv Being Made
Js^r College f°r the
953-957 W. Seventh Street 7V7>>lJf Vpnr
Los Angeles, Cal. * LVUW ± VUr
f BROWNBBERQER differs from other business colleges in the fol
lowing particulars:
We own our own school buildings and grounds and ran control our
surroundings, save rent and furnish more and better teachers.
We havo a business man principal for our shorthand department,
and Include a two weeks' Business Practice Course, especially adapt
ed to stenographers. This advantage does not lengthen the course
or increase the expense to the pupils.
We teach the Modern Illustrative Bookkeeping System, which is also
used In the Los Angeles Polytechnic High School. Pupils from that
school have a great advantage in the BROWNSBERGER.
We are not limited for room or grounds, all of which are very beau
tiful and homelike. Enroll tomorrow, if possible.
F. Brownsberger, Pres.
lIIM „, , „
TANUARY ENROLLMENT NOW ACTIVE
COLLEGE ENTRANCE 320 WKST EIGHTH ST. Phones: FlB5O. Main 2305.
" MISS WING'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS V
1226 ALVARADO STREET
Day and boarding. All departments from kindergarten to college. Pre
pares for college and university. Fine school for girls visiting Southern
California for winter to keep abreast of their studies. Piano, elocution,
pottery, etc. Private tutoring. Winter term opens January 3.
MISS ETHELWYN WING, M. A., Principal.
Home 53144 Sunset West SSH I
:" ■ I
Mi-CZ^ A High-Grade ,
<*&fe££sS^ Commercial
ypl^l^ School
' r/nrIZ,<y,J ,'<.-'i for about 2~>o partlc
r&''Msrek££^ ular young men and
ife-3|_r^ women. Send for
<U^tL*,'- *"^ prospectus.
_. A. BL'SINESS COLL.KQK.
Wed-Bu-tt
GrBVSM£SS(pUEGE'
is the undisputed leader of Busineas Educa
tion on the coast. It has prepared and placed
In good positions thousands; let It prepare
you. Enroll Monday. Call, write or phon«.
F6700; Main 511. 1. N. l>:_li~Kl_l.\ manager,
614 South Grand aye.
German, English
Shorthand
by experienced teacher. Terms moderate.
230 W. 21st ft. Phone South 5«1«.
Y. It. C. A.—DAT AND EVENING COM
merclal. technical. automobile, college pre
paratory anil grammar schools now open.
10-1-tt
LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE. 411
W. Fifth st. E. R. SHRADER, Ph. D.,
president since IS9O. 10-27-tt
BKOWNSUERGEK COMMERCIAL COL
lege. 953-7 W. 7TH. Send for catalogue.
10-29-tf
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
From Arcade station. Fifth and Central aye
Leave | |Arrlve
H:ooa|San Francisco via Coast Line.| 8:30 a
8:16 a; San Luis Oblspo. Paso Rol>les.| 2:30p
2:3oP|Del Monte, Monterey, Santaj 9:30p
7:3 "pj Cruz, San Jose and past |U:4sp
.San Francisco and Mojave |
fl:onp Sacramento, Oakland, via j 7:05 a
9:30p Bakersflold and Fresno | 8:0Ua
7:50 a Fresno | 7:05 a
6:OUp Balterstield | 8:00 a
9:30p and Mo.iave S:00p
|ChicaKo, Kansas City, St. Louls.|
3:43p| Golden Ktato Limited : 6:55n
3:oup The Callforn*lan, via | 7:15p
Yurna. 11' nson. El Taso )
1 Overland—New Orleans via |
12:01p Yuma, Benson* Marlcopa. Tuc- l:30p
son. El Paso, Ban Antonio,
Houston
12:01p Yuma, Tucson, Benson, 6:30 a
3:00p Lordsburg, Doming, 7:15 a
B:Up El Paso l:3'jp
6:4'.al 1 8:30 a
8:00 a |ll:50a
8:15 a Banta Rai-bara | 2:30p
l:4:.l)| and J 7:35p
2:35p| Ventura • S:3op
7:3op| (*Not Ventura). |11:46p
S:lsa| Oxnard, Santa Susana, *| 8:30 a
2:35p Moorpark. •|ll:50a
7:3 op* mis, | 2:30p
ICamarillo. • 7:35p
I («O»nard only). jl 1 .lip
I Santa Paula via Saurus, |
G:4."a Camulos. Plru, Fillmore, |ll:50a
1:45 Saticoy. Mcntalvo, Carpln- ) 7;35p
1 teria. Summerland |
B:K)aj Nordhoff i 2:30p
i -35D1 | 7:35p
T:4sa| |»6:30 a
8:55 a; Pomona j*7:l6a
12:01p Colton | 7:15 a
3:00p Riverside, Uedlands 'I 9:35 a
4:o(ip San Bernardino |11:35 a
6:45p •Not Riverside, Red- : 3 ip
•S:lsp lands or San Bernardino 6:26p
I 7:10p
S:ssai Covina, |11:35 a
6:4ip| | 7:10p
7 :4a 1 Chino | 9:35 a
4:oop| | 6:25p
Santa Ana, Anaheim, Downey, |
l:Mi Norwalic I 8:30 a
ll:15al | 2:1| B
l:00pa* Buena Park, West a* 3:tit)p
B:lop Anaheim. West Orange 4:»0p
•Downey only
B:ssa| Newport Beach | 4:50p
B:ssa[a Los Alamitos a| 4:sup
9:45a| Brawley, Imperial. , 6:30 a
B:lSp| IS^Cejitro^Caleilco | 6:55p
»:o~sa| San Pedro~CompTo"ri • (11:45 a
a:3i'pj* 'Via Long Beach ; 6:35p
9:osa|* Long Beach-Comptcn (11:45 a
3:3op| *\'la San Pedro *, 6:35p
*B:osa| Santa Catallna Island | 8:35p
"6:45al 1 7:05 a
7:6 Oaf Fernando • 8:40 a
l:4sp| lll:5oa
B:00p[ • «Motor I 7:35p
_9J2°_?J I 8:00p
S:Soa|a Chats worth Park. (See a >:4lp
note). (Note —To and from
River station only).
All trains dally except those marked as
follows: "a" Sundays excepted; "b" Sundays
only.
Don't stmpl; allow It to die—that plan ot
fours. Find p. little capital through advertls-
Inr
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDA V MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1910.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
SANTA FE
Leave | | Arrive
-■ I Eastern—Calif. Limited^
10:00 am dally, Chicago via Denver 6:00 pm
j and Kansas City
Overland Express—Dally
8:00 pm Chicago via Denver and 8:30 am
Kansas City
Eastern Express — Daily
7:30 am Chicago via Denver and 7:05 am
| Kansas City
Kile Shaped—Going via
6:30 am i Pasadena. Return via 6:30 pm
I Santa Ana canyon
7:35 am 10:00 am
8:30 am Hedlanda via Pasadena 1:00 pm i
2:00 pm 6:40 pm
4:30 pm 7:40 pra
7:30 am I Rediands via Orange I 10:H am
10:55 am | | 6:3Q pm
I I I:oiTp~m
7:35 am f Riverside via Pasadena | 6:40 pm
7:30 am 7:u5 pra
1C:55 am Riverside via Orange 10: Jo am
6:05 pm C:3 pm
7:30 am 7:05 am
10:55 am Corona via Orange 10:35 am
6:05 pm 6:30 pin
7:30 am 7:06 am
10:55 am San Bernardino via Orange 30:35 am
5:05 pm __^^___________^_^^ (3:30 pm
7:35 am 8:.(U am
8:30 am 10:uu am j
10:00 am San Bernardino via Pasa- 4:00 pm i
2:00 pm dena 6:40 pm
4:20 i m 6:00 pm
6:45 pm
8:00 pm • 7:40 pra
S :.">.') am 6:55 am I
2:15 pm Santa Ana 8:26 am
6:05 pm 1:00 pm
11:55 pm 6:15 pm
7:30 am 6:55 am
8:55 am 7:05 am i
10:55 am ; Fullerton, Anaheim, 8:26 am
2:15 pm Orange 10:35 am
6:05 pm 3:00 pm
11:55 pm 6:80 pm
7:35 am [San Jaclnto. Elslnore, He-| 10:35 am
10:55 am J met and Murletta [ 6:30 pm
10:25 am j Redondo |_ 4:20 p~ro
2:15 pm Eseondido 1:00 pin
8:66 am FaUbrook 6:15 pra
8:55 am San Diego and 6:55 am
2:15 pm Coronado Beach 1:00 pm
11:55 pm Surf Line 6:15 pm
7:30 am Randsburg 7:05 am
8:00 pm Searchlight ftufl Chloride 7:06 am
8:00 pm Beany, Rtiyolltc, Goldtleld 8:30 am
and Tonopah f
SALT LAKE ROUTE
All trains dally except up noted.
L,eave| First Street Station. |Arrlvn
B:B6aj San Bernardino. 8:35 a
11:00 a Colton 10:41 a
3:40p Riverside, 1:25p
S:24p Ontario and I 4:2Sp
Pomona j 6 ;51 p
"6:4oa"« ~ "I ■ :!!._
k.i ,:. Lons Beach and |ll:10a
1 «l:aoj
l:Sop|i San Pedro | 7:00p
4: 4op|__ «l 3:i.6p
~8:50aj Santa Catallna Island I 7:Qup
8:16 a Pasadena I »:46a
:00p Pasadena I 1:109
•: y except Sunday. iSunday only.
I Utah-California Special. |
2:oopf Salt Lake. Butto. Denver. |10:0oa
) and Chlrnco I
STOVES
STOVES REPAIRED
mono Main 2893. We call to give coat of
repairing tree. TURNER & QADBURT,
Sl2 San Pedro st. l-«-:;o
HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVED IN MOD
em vans, Shipped, stored in clean ware
houses. Private rnnrns. Coal and wood,
BHATTTJCK - NIMMO, Ninth and Ala
iin■,;,! n.-i "ik 1-ml-tu-w-fr-tf
KODAK FINISHING
DEVELOPING FREE. VKLOX PRINTS la
up each. R. B. K-L_O, 464 S. Spring, r. I.
12-25-tf
PATENT PROTECTION
EXPENSE AND ATTORNEY FEE CUT ONE
half. No patent, no pay. WELLS. 345 P. E.
tidy. 12-14-tt
CEMETERIES
INGLEWOOD PARK
CEMETERY
Two miles outside the city limits on the Los
Angeles and Redondo Ry. ; 200 acres of per
fect land with Improvements outclassing
any cemetery on the coast.
207 S. Broadway. Room 20;. Phones F3303,
Main 4669. Supt. 'phone, A1i593. 4-l-12mo
EVERGREEN CEMETERY
'II lion Angeles Cemetery Association.
Boyle Heights near city limits. Operated un
der perpetual charter from Los Angeles city.
Modern chapel and crematory.
Office, 339 llrailhilry building.
I-Jinni-H—Mala 652) A94UB.
Cemetery—Hume D 1083; llojle 0.
C-(i-12mo
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 802-304 EXCHANGE
BLI)<;., N. E. corner Third and Hill stu.
Phones, Main «09; AM?*. Cemetery off.cc, 1131
W. Washington St.; phones 72858; West M.
(-2-12 mo
ADVERTISERS
Count six overage words as one line.
So ad. noeepted for less than the price
uf three lines.
The Herald reserves the right to revise
advertisements and to reject or omit anil
refund the amount paid.
Report promptly to the classified mnn
airef failure to (ret returns or experience
with fraudulent or dishonest advertisers.
Two or more Insertions are hotter than
one. Try n three-time ad. KcsulU almost
certain for i^nythins.
For contract solicitors and adverUslne
advice call
SUNSET~MAIN 8000
HOME 10211
IXI ASK rOB CLASSIFIED MAKAOKR
I SPECiAL RATES
I Want «d«. le n word eoMi Insertion.
1 Rooms for rent. 3 lines, 3 tlmi-st .
Knmi with hoard. ?, lines, 3 times,
25 CENTS
HELP WANTED—MaIe and female, 3
lines, 3 times,
25 CENTS
■ SITUATIONS WANTED,
FREE
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THEJ/VEATHER
_ LOS ANGELAS, Jan. 15, IMP.
T|me |Barom.|TTieiriil^7nT|~v/lnT|'vrc.|weatlier
s~n~.mT ;80.05 : |-52 ,|, Tt .1 SIS j ri I Cloudy.
I p.m. 30.10 | 51 j S3 I Sff 1 5 | Cloudy.
Maximum temperature f>R.
Minimum temperature ■ l.
Rainfall past 24 hours .OS.
Rainfall for season 10.29.
Rainfall last season to date G. 43.
Weather Conditions
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 16.—Rainfall data:
.It 24 To date
Stations. Hours. Seasonal. Normal.
Eureka 82 'ii.n 2«.25
lied Eluff S. 24.79 80.26
Sacramento 5.67
Mt. Tamalpal" ...-■•■ 29 1. 17 10.2*
San Francisco 71 11.77 10.01
San Joso 4J 9.17 6.41
Fresno 10 10.02 4.»:
Independence 5.42 5.29
Ban Luis Obispo .... SI 14.75 5.15
Los Angeles os m.2s 6.37
San Diego is 7.Mi 4.16
The following maximum and minimum tem
peratures are i ported from eastern stations
t'.>r previous clay: Chicago, 32-24; New York,
32-22; Omaha, 22-18.
The storm continues off the northern coast
and has caused rain over the Paclilc coast and
snow in the Intermountaln regions from the
Mexican boundary northward. A thunder
storm occurred at Red Bluff during the day.
The temperature changes have been Blight In
all districts. The humidity at Red Bluff is 02
and at Fresno 86. Conditions are favorable fur
showery weather Sunday' over the greater por
tion of California, with light south i winds.
Forecast
Los Anceles and vicinity—Showers Sunday;
light south -wind.
San Francisco and vicinity— Sunday;
light southwest wind.
Santa Clara, Sacramento and San Joaquln
valleys—Showers Sunday: lipht BOUthwind.
For Arizona—Rain Sunday: Monday fair.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
McDONALD-SMITH—Hugh L McDonald, age
21, native of North Dakota, resident .of
Pasadena, and Floy Smith, age 22, native
of Kansas, resident of San Pedro.
O'MARLKR-KENNEDY- Harry O'Marler, ape
21, native of Illinois, and Myrtle M Ken
nedy, age 27, native of Washington; bot
residents of Los Angeles.
WELLS-BRIDGES—Conrad E. Wells, ape 28,
native of Ohio, and Elsie Bridges, age 25,
native of Illinois; both residents of loi
Angeles.
MIZOTA-SElKl—TTrataro Mlzota, age 27, nn
tive of Japan, and Shika Seipi, ape 28, na
tive of Japan; both residents of Los Angeles.
WELSH-DYE-Thomas P. Welsh, age 21, na
tive of New Mexico, and Grace E. Dye, age
21, native of California; both residents of
Los Ange!«».
MKNTLKI'-LKSER— Charles A. Tiontley, anrfl
28, native of Minnesota, resident of Los An
geles, and Florence M. Leser, age 30, native
nf England, resident of Alhambra,
WILLIAMS-THOMAS Robert H. Williams,
ape 21, native of Kansas, and Bessie Z.
Thomas, agi 17, native of California; both
residents of Ocean Park.
KNUTSEN-MARKHAW —Andrew Kmitsen.
ape 2S, native of Norway, and Lula C. Mark
ham, aw IS, native of Florida; both resi
dents of Los Angeles.
JALOMA-MEXDOZA-.Tuan Jaloma, age S>.
native of Mexico, and Adele Mendoza. age
24, native of Mexico; both residents of Loa
Angeles.
ROMERO-MENDEZ- Guadalupe Romero, age
30, native of Mexico, and Severrana Mendez,
age 24. native of Mexico; both residents of
Los Angeles,
GONZALVES-MITCHELL — Harry J. Oon
salves, age 28, native of California, and Syl
via Q. Mitchell, ape 21. native of Kansas;
both residents of Los Angeles.
KLKCHER-CORONA—Frank 11. Kleeher, ago
IS, native of North Dakota, resident of Long
Reach, and Weltha L. Corona, npe IS, native
of California, resident of Pasadena.
ANGEL-DYER—Percy Angel, age 21, native of
California, resident of Redondo, and Hellna
Dyer, age 23, native of California, resident
of Los Angeles.
KORSE-GOBB Oliver Korse, age 27, native of
Missouri, resident of Santa Ana, and Etta
Gnss, age 25. native of California, resident
• Los Angeles.
BIRTHS
BOYS
ORAFFAQUINO -To Agostino' and Rosaline
Graffapuino, 1783 Mozart street.
Mlghetti To PI and Mary Mishetto, 2.10 North
Main street.
BOWMAN— Ross and Jennie Bowman, 1243
East. Adams street
HOLABIRD Harry G. and Cora Holabird,
1917 Ocean View avenue.
GIRLS
FILOM—To Peter and Ellen Fllom, BBS Toune
avenue.
MORALES—To Melasco and Susanna Morales,
1616 St. Johns street.
DEATHS
SCHMIDT—Charles Schmidt, .19 years, native
of Germany, county hospital; tabes dorsal
WILLIS—Anne Willis, 10 years, native of Ohio,
county hospital; myelitis.
DAGOSTINO—AngeIina Dagostlno, 68 years,
natlye of Italy, county hospital; nephritis.
REE—William I. Bee, .'■■..' years, native of Wis
consin, 2017 Orange street; cancer of stomach.
FARMER—NeII R. Farmer, 29 years, native of
Missouri, 601 North Avenue 64; dlspnoca.
BARNES Harry T. Barnes, 4 years, native of
Illinois, "si East Forty-seventh street; bron
chitis.
CHING—Woo Chlng, 67 yoarn, native of China,
4501 ■ Apablasa street; phthisis.
MACALISTER—I. N. MacAlister, 82 years, na
tive of Indiana, 643 West Forty- street;
nephritis,
WALKER—AIbert O. Walker, 10 months, na
tive of New Mexico, 1280 West Thirty-fifth
place; pneumonia.
RAMEREZ—Jose Ramerez, 24 years, county
hospital; fracture of skull.
HOPP—John Hopp, 38 years, native of Illinois,
213 Alexandria street; phthisis.
WEEKS—George Weeks, 88 years, native of
England, Deaconess hospital; cancer.
WALLING—Mary L. Walling. 63 years, native
of Ohio, Home sanitarium; meningitis.
LAUGHLIN— Laugh 1 in, 6 years, native
of Los Angeles, 230 South Alum--I i. street;
spinal neurosis.
BALFER—Margaret E. Baiter, 79 years, na
tive of New York, 447 South Hope stree;
senility.
DOE—John Doe, 28 years. Mission road; frac
ture of skull.
STEPHENSON— Joseph P. Stephenson, 19
years, native of Georgia, Crocker Street hos
pital; scalding.
si. i FBHIDR— Slusher, '.'■.' years, native of
Kentucky, county hospital; tuberculosis.
GRIBWOLD— B. Griswold. 37 years, na
tive of lowa, Crocker Street hospital; tuber-
DANA— Dana, 81 years, native of Ponn
sylvan ia, 615 West Forty-ninth place; arteils
schlcroßla.
I DIED
ARNOLD—At the residence of his parents, 903
Valencia street, January 1:'- 1910, Richard
Ray, beloved son of it. H. and Bessie E. At
nold. Funeral services will bo held at the
residence Monday, January 17, at 2:30 o'clock
p. m. Interment Hosedale cemetery. l-lli-2
CHURCH NOTICES
Christaan Science
Services
First Church of Christ, Scientist
of Los Angeles, In the church edifice, Seven
teenth and Flsueroa sts., 11 a. m. and 8 P.
in. : sermon from the Christ! Science Quar
terly. Subject, "Lire." Sunday school
at 9:30 a. m. Wednesday evening meet
ing nt s o'clock. Ron.ling rooms, TM Herman
W. Hellman building, Spring and Fourth
streets, open dally, Sundays excepted, from
9 a. m. to 0 p. m. 1-lit-l
Christian Science Services
Second Church of Christ, Scientist
at Bb< II li ill, ISth and Figueroa streets. Ser
vices Sunday 11 a. Hi nnd 8 p. m.| Bernmn
from the Christian Science Quarterly. Bub
ject, "Llf«." fund ay fcliool U;3O a
m ; Wfiim'silay evening meeting 8 o'clock.
Reading rooms, ',' i Herman W. (fellman
13!i1p., Spring and Fourth sis., open dally,
Sundays exceptod, from i) a. m. to 'J p. m.
1-10-7
Temple Baptist Cliircl
Worshiping In the Auditorium, corner Fifth
and olive streets.
JfW|_ "W 1 *® ""« 31 iinii
&*h .'"Ta-'^.'O UiJ'im.'j j)i nun
JBRpffil iin.U uiwluuiJiia|iiiui
"AMERICA, THE WOai<D'B HOPE," will
I>.? the subject of the pennon at 11 a. m. by
Rev. A. M. Petty, Pacific coast secretary
for tha American Baptist Homo Mission
Bociety.
"THK FALLIBILITY OF HUMAN
JUDGMENT," as Been in the administration
of criminal and Juvenile justice, will be the
theme of an address at 7:30 p. in. by .ludpe
Curtis D. Wilbur of the superior court, a
htph authority.
Fine music. Seats free. 1-15-2
Tie Mepeitat C!rarc_
of Christ
Eighteenth and Figueroa streets.
RKV. J. S. THOMSON, Factor.
Bunday service 11 a, m. Subject of sermon,
"Christ" Greatest .Toy on Earth.*' Solo,
"My Song in tho Night Shall Be of Thee,"
Roland Paul; solo, "Just for Today," Mrs.
Gi irge F. Drake; duet, "Lead, Kindly
XAght." Mr. Paul, Mrs. Drake. Miss Mary
L, O'Donoughuo, organist. All are cordially
invltod, especially strangers. 1-16-2
Immanid Prcslbyterlai
Charcli
COR. TENTH AND FIGUB'ROA ST?.
BEY. HUGH K. WAXKEB, 1). I)., Pastor.
Will preach Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Morning subject, "The Belt Pro
tection Against tho Paganizing of Ameri- .
can Womanhood": evening. "The Disclos
ure of a Dove That Passeth Knowledge."
Bible school at 9:30 a. m. and Y. P. S. C.
E. at 6:15 p. m. A cordial welcome to all.
1-15-2
FSirst Baptist
larch
FLOWER STREET, NEAR SEVENTH.
Rev. George Robert Cairns of Seattle will
preach at 11 a. m.; toulc. "The Law oi
Fruitbearing"; 7:30 p. m., "The Drawing
Power of the Cross"; Sunday school at
9:30 a. m.. ; Young People's rallies at 6:15
p. m. All seats free, .strangers welcome.
1-16-2
Gospel Mali
1308 Flower street, near PI '0 street.
PROPHETIC AND GOSPEL
ADDRESSES
By W. J. McCLURE.
Subjects for today at 3 and 7:30 p. m.,
■TENTECOST, or THE FORMATION OF
THE CHURCH," "I'l "THE COMING OF
THE LORD FOR HIS PEOPLE."
Meetings nightly, except Saturday, at 7:43.
Come^ 1-10-1
Universal Spiritualist
Brotiiierloed
Society holds meetings, 10:30 sharp; 2:50, lec
ture by Dr. Rreen; subject, "The Heavenly
Powers," followed by messages. Evening
meeting, 8 o'clock; subject, "Wisdom, Un
derstanding," followed by tests, messages for
everybody present. Dr. Green gives readings
daily and Sundays. CALEDONIA HALL,
llflH S. Spring St. 1-16-1
St. Join's Episcopal Church
CM W. ADAMS ST. (Near Figueroa).
Take Grand or I "niton avenue or Redondo
car to West Adami street, or take yellow
University car to Chester place and walk
through Chester place. •
KliV. LEWIS U. MOTtKIS, ItCftor.
7:30 a. m. holy communion; 1L a. m.
morning prayer and sermon; 7:30 p. m.,
evensong and address. A free church. All
welcome. 1-15-2
SI Fail's Pro-CatMiral
523 SOUTH OLIVE STREET.
Very REV. WM. MAC COKMACK, Dean.
.Services 7:30. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
"pitching Our Tents Toward Sodom," will
be the subject of the dean at 11 a. in. The
Rev. J. Arthur Evans, rector of Holly
wood, will preach at 7:30 p. m. 1-15-i
First iliiteriai Omrc_
925 SOUTH FLOWER.
E. STANIOX lIODOIN, Minister
Subject for Sunday mornlni>. Jan. 16, "An
cient and Modern Prop,'its." Sunday
school at 8:15. Classes fol /all ages. .
1-15-2
THE CHURCH OF
IMMORTALISM
Holds services at 2:30 on Sunday, January
16 In Mammoth hall, 317 S. Broadway. Dr.
j M Peebles will give en address upon
"Mafic, Hypnotism and Spirit Obsessions."
1-16-1
THE LOS ANGELES FELLOWSHIP—KEY
noId E. Blight, minister.—ll a. m. Mr
vice at Blanchard hall. Das B. Broadway.
Subject, "Why Diogenes Couldn't Find a
Man." Good music. All seats free.
1-13- Z
Socialist Lectures
J. P. Steell will speak tonight at MeKin
ley hall, Walker theater building, on "Hu
man Nature and the. Working Class." Ad
mission free. Come. 1"11
SUNDAY LECTURE—FREB THOUGHT
platform. Edward Adams Cantrell, Mam
moth hall, 617 S. Broadway, 3 o'clock Sun
day afternoon. Subject, "Bibles Back of
the BlUle, or Where Our Reunion Came
From." Silver collection at the duor. 1-18-1
NOTICB TO CHURCHKB-OOPT FOR ALL
etiurch notice* for the Saturday and Sun
day morning Issues Is requested to be
turned In at Tha Herald ofilce by Friday
noon, If possible. This will assure proper
classification and publication. 2-U-tl
LIBERAL CLUB MEETS" EVERY SUNDAY
at 8 o'clock sharp at Mammoth hall, oil B.
Broadway. Tonight J. A. Wilson on "He
ligion and Materialism." Free discussion.
1-lti-l
It's » easy to neicura a bargain In a a»4
automobile, through want advertising, as It
«■>■'! to be— still Is—to secur* a bars*
and carriage,
Tp^ Yl hH o
Fly Time
i
JANUARY 10, 1910, comes a littlg early this year,
but as Los Angeles has the habit.of being first in
everything it was only natural that the First Great
Aviation Meet should be held in the place where all
kinds of records are made. '
The Herald smashed the record last month
WITH THE LARGEST GAIN IN ADVERTIS
ING OF ANY PAPER IN THE CITY.
If you were not one of the number that assisted
in making the record —it's up to you to get busy.
■ Advertise lira the
Herald for Results
WANTED
Help— Male
wanted— TWO GOOD BOYS BETWEEN
ages of 14 and 17 to oarry routes south
of Seventh and east of Flgueron. and
also two good boys to carry routes In 1 100
Heights; routes pay 19 and $10. Ask for
MR. POWERS at the Herald office after
Ip.m. or call up Bdway 3624. 11-U-tf
SALESMEN wanted — resident, to
place carbon paper directly with consumer.
Can be made either Bide line or regular
business. Previous experience needn't count.
Immediate profits. Big future drawing ac
count. CAMERON CORPORATION, 39-41
Dortlandt St., N. Y. 1-16-1
NO EXPENSE TO LEARN ELECTRICITY,
plumbing, bricklaying, automoblllng on con
tract Jobs In few months' lime. No appren
ticeship or helpers" work. Catalog free
UNITED TRADE SCHOOL CONTRACTING
CO.. 232 Allso St., Los Angeles. 19-4-ti
BIG PROFITS-START A CLEANING, DYE-
Ing and pressing business; ■■ capital re
quired; write for tree book, "Opportunity."
FLORENTINE CO., Dept. 42, 4107 Evanslon
aye., Chicago, 111. 1-16-1
SALESMAN—TO SELL STAPLE LINE TO
all dealers; attractive contract; commissions
advanced for expenses; hustler with clean
record wanted. E. L. RICE « CO., Detroit,
Mich. I-'6'l
WANTED—RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS; COM
mencement salary v"->; spring examinations
preparation free; write for dates, FRANK
LIN INSTITUTE, Dept. UK. Rochester.
U, y. l-16-16-IS-20-4t
BOYS WANTED TO CARRY HERALD
route in Westlake district, also east of
San Pedro and south of Ninth. Apply to
Circulation Manager of THE HERALD.
MEN WANTED QUICKLY BY BIG CHICA
go mail order house to distribute catalogues,
advertise; til weekly; 160 expense allowance,
MANAGER, 1810 State St., Chicago. 1-10-1
WANTED—BOYS TO CARRY ROUTES IN
Boyle Heights! $10 a month. Ask for
Boyle Heights agent of Till-'. HERALD.
1-12-tf
WANTED—THREE GOOD BOYS TO CARRY
routes. Apply to CROSSMAN, Herald of
flce. '■«-*'
Help — Female
—LADIES; BEAUTY CULTURE
pays big. FLORENTINE HAIRDRESBINU
COLLEGE, corner Broadway, entrance
227 Mercantile place. 15c, 2oc halrdresslng.
1-11-6
LADIES AND GIRLS AT HOME. STEADY
or evenings, can stamp transfer, $1.60 doJ
upward; original, reliable firm, r.oom 334.
MASON BLDG.. 228 W. Fourth. 8-2J-I1
WANTED—LADY WITH DEEP WRINKLES
to demonstrate my 10-day deep wrinkle
- treatment. MISS BERTHA BALZER, 212 B.
Broadway, room 1. 1167
WANTED -LADIES TO" SELL HAIR RE
storer for gray and tailing hair. MISS
BERTHA BALZER, ill S. Broadway, up
stairs. 11'"'
WANTED—A COMPETENT GIRL TO DO
general housework; no washing; wages
$30 month. Apply «65« MENLO AVB.
WANTED—GIRL FOR COOKING AND GEN
eral housework. MRS. F. B. THORTE Ml
Monlo Phone 54260. '-'''-l
WANTED—TEN LADIES TO MAKE $30 A
week at home. Call at once. SI7V4 NORTH
BROADWAY. _Jtl '1
WANTED WORKING HOUSEKEEPER OR
child's nurse. 1736 NEW ENGLAND. Phone
8711 L '- 16 - 1
WANTED-LADY ' BOOKKEEPER; GOOD
salary to competent parson. Apply BOX 339,
Herald. 114'-'. t
WANTED—LADY SOLICITORS, 13 PER DAY.
Call 1925 Oak St., Sundjiy^jMo 12. 1-16-.,
Help — Male and Female
WANTED—MEN AND WOMEN TO LEARN
tne barber trade; guaranteed in eight
weeks. Catalogue free. MOHLER BAR
BER COLLEGE, 122 E. Second St. 7-1-tf
COLLEGE AND NORMAL GRADUATES TO
register for positions in Arizona, Nevada,
and California. BOYNTON TEACHERS'
AGENCY, 525 Stlmson block. li-U-lmo
WANTED-SOME ONE TO LIVE IN 6-BOOM
cottage who can give part or all their time
to housework for landlady who lives nearby.
. 818 N y MATIIEWB BT. _ 1~1-~-
Money
WANTED MONEY; HAVE CLIENT WHO
will borrow $17,000 on Los Angeles real es
tate worth $75,000. Will pay I per cent net
Interest; two-year loan. Another client who
will borrow $2000 on two acres on Flgueroa
.street worth $4000; will pay 10 per cent net.
\V. W. MIDDLECOFF, 705 Union Trust
bldg., 4ih and Spring sts. 1-16-2
' NOTICE! PRIVATE MONEY.
1 have applications for ten first mort
gage, loans, $1000 to $1250, new, modern
homes, close In. 7 and ■ per cent.
J. FRANK BOWEN, I
440 Douglas Bldg. 1-16-1
Houses
■ ~ •
WANTED—TO PURCHASE A SMALL COT
tase, value about $1500, on terms of $1(0
down. Must be on Pacific Electric line; Long
Beach avenue preferred (for employe of
Pacific Electric railway). Might pay $2000.
BLACK BROS.. 209 H. W. Hellman Bldg.
F1644, Main 3896. 1-16-10
Miscellaneous
CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS IN NEEp
of labor of any kind please phone BETHLE
HEM INSTITUTION, HO N. Vlgnes Ht.
A4SB4, Main r.72«/ 1-16-7
WANTED—LAUNDRY WORK BY DAY OR
to take home. ■ Phone BROADWAY MS. 1-16-1
PART II
WANTED
Agents
AGENTS WANTED MONEY, EX
penses paid; no experience required; por
traits, bromides, photo pillow tops, 80cj
frames at our factory prices; credit given;
catalogue and samples free Dept, ">. RIT
TEJi ART STUDIO, W. Van iiuren St.,
Chicago, 111. 1-16-1
AGENTS—*3E WEEKLY SELLING OUR SUN
RAY mantel burner; fits all tamps; ten times
brighter than gas at one-tenth the cost; no
generating; light Immediately; sells on sight;
description and information free. SIMPLEX
GASLIGHT CO., 23 Park row, New York.
1-16-1
AGENTS—ISO WEBKIiTi TALKING AND Ex
perience unnecessary; our "trust scheme" en
. velope does the work; 200 per cent profit; gen
eral agents make $100 weekly; particular!
free; Ssc sample for 10c; if not satisfied loj
refunded. CADILLAC NEEDLE CO., Detroit,
Mich. C-20-ru-tf
SALESMAN—TO BELL STAPLE LINE TO
all dealers; attractive contract; commissions
advanced for expenses; hustler with clean
record wanted. E. L. RICE & CO., Detroit,
■ Mich. 1-W-l
NEW 4-SIEVI3 STRAINER AND "NO
.pU ih"; -Id agents only; .-ami free; semi
2c stamp, cost of mailing;; IE profit dally; let
us prove it. SEED'S, 164 Duane St., New
York. 1-16-1
Situations — Male
WANTED—POSITION BY YOUNG MAN
after Jan. 18; willing .and ambitious;
either outside or inside work; technical
high school graduate; references. Ad
dress AMBITIOUS, postoftice box 517, Je
■ rome, Ariz. 1-15-3
WANTED- POSITION BY COMPETENT
stenographer, six years' experience in rail
road, machinery and mining business. Fur
nish own machine. Address 400 CROCKER
ST.. City. HH
WANTED-WASHING BY THE DAY OR
h. ur. Will take washing at homo or go out
and wash; or will do light housccleaning.
Call at 212 Concord St., MRS. JOHNSON.
1-9-tf
v,., n-cj MAN. 18, HIGH SCHOOL GRAD
uate, has knowledge of French, German and
Spanish, desires clerical position In office of
any kind. Address BOX 119, Herald. 1-16-3
WANTED WORK—FURNITURE POLISH
ed floors and woodwork of any kind re
llnished. WILLIAMS, 510 Vignes street.
Home A4BS4; Main 5726. 1-15-3
WANTED—POSITION BY HOUSE OR
traveling salesman. Produce or groceries.
Best city references, BOX 146, Herald. 1-43-4
WANTED—A middle-aged, sober, American
will work five mours a day for good room
and board. 323 li, California street. 1-13-4
WANTED—SITUATION AS USHER IN MOV-
Ing picture Bhow by boy 18 years old. Ad
dress BOX 120, Herald. l-14-3t
Situations Female
WANTED—LIGHT WORK IN PLEASANT
home pay according to work, by middle
aged woman. PHONE 24090. 1-13-4
WANTED—BY LADY WHO HAS TRAV
rlcd extensively, college education, position
as companion. PHONE 84880, 1-16-4
WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER
or as nurso; will go out of city. BOX
226, Herald. 1-11-6
WANTED-DAY WORK, BY STRONG GER
man woman. 321 TEMPLE, apartment 17.
Phone A 1797. I' '-*
WANTED—DAY WORK OR LAUNDRY TO
take home. PHONE EAST 775. 1-16-3
WANTEO-WORK BY DAY OR KITCHEN
work. 936 Maple ava. F2915. l-14-4t
Live Stock
WANTED—NICE, YOUNG, SOUND, GENTLB
surrey horse; 1200 or over. It horse and
price right, phone 7655 or F6404, or address
BOX 00025, Herald. 1-16-1
To Purchase — Miscellaneous
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
beds. 768 SAN PEDRO ST. Phone*
F8041; Main 1106. 12-17-tt
WANTED—ONE UARGB AND ONE SMALL
second hand office desk. BOX C 2, Herald.
12-32-tt
FEATHER BEDS-PAY $5 TO »35 EACH.
Address J. RYAN, 680 fin Pedro St. 12-1-tf
ASSAYING I
ACME ASSAY OFFICE, ' .
121 SO. BROADWAY.
Gold, 75c. ■; ,
Gold, silver, SI. '•(,-.
Gold, sllv.er, copper, $1.25.
Gold, silver, copper, lead, $1.50.
Every assay in duplicate. Pulp saved.
12-26-sun-tf
MORGAN & CO., 227 Mouth Main. Mala
1617. Assajern, swelters and refiners.
JOHN HERMAN, 262V6 8. Main. Not satis
faction, but aoenracy guaranteed. 1.-22-tt
BATHS
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE. MANICURING,
chiropodists, baths. JEAN LUNN and
ELSIE GHOSLIN, 520 3. Broadway.
MISS LEWIS, 326V4 S. BROADWAY. SUITE J;
baths and alcohol ruucj nectrlcal treatment
and magnetic; hours 10 to 10. 12'3-tt
OIL AND ALCOHOL RUBS. ROOM 1, 66714
SOUTH HILL. M-4-tt
DRESSMAKING '
RELIABLE DBBSBMAKBR WILL SEW BY
the day In a few select horns*, W. HIT.
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