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Late News from the Neighboring Towns and Cities PASADENA Office SI South Fair Oaks Avenae. Hume 48; Suimct 400. Circulation l>opt. Home lfl«: Sunset 274* WATER CAMPAIGN AT BOILING POINT BOTH PASADENA FACTIONS OPEN HEADQUARTERS Mayor Earley Will Not Reply to Ker. naghan Statement, Although This May Become Feature of Fight [Special to The Hera M.] PASADENA, Jan. 21.— Saturday morning the municipal water cam paign is going to begin to boil. Both sides have now opened campaign headquarters, the pro-water party having taken rooms in the Union Na tional Bank building, -which were opened today. It is understood that t;iere will be a meeting in these rooms tomorrow morning, after which an nouncements are expected. The other side, the citizens commit tee, will start on the streets tomor row morning, it is said, three wagons •with bells and transparencies setting forth some of their strongest argu ments. It is also said that the stunt of carrying about sections of rusted and worthless water pipe which hail been discarded by the Westside Water company will again be resorted to. A ■wagonload of this pipe will probably be paraded with banners asserting that this is what, the people will buy if they buy the local water plants. In retaliation to this pictorial argu ment the pro-water people will show by engineer's figures that all "water pipes over a certain age were declared valueless and were not included in the water cost estimates. L. I* Test is acting as chairman for the pro-water element and is hard at work getting things lined up for the campaign, which, he says, though short will be warm. The policy of not mixing things will probably be aban doned after today and the sparks will fly to make up for the long waiting game which both sides have in dulged in. George F. Kernaghan stated posi tively this afternoon that he will not affiliate with the citizens committee, with which he was formally associat ed, in spite of his break with the mayor and the pro-water side. Mayor Earley is evidently deeply hurt at the charge that he has broken faith with Kernaghan, so deeply hurt that in spite of the wishes of some of his friends that he make a statement re garding the entire matter, he says he will not reply. However, if the citi zens committee makes as much future capital out of the trouble with Kerna ghan as it has today It is possible that this feature may be the dominant issue of the campaign. MAN AND HIS GRANDSON INJURED IN RUNAWAY I. N. Frakes Thrown to Pavement When Rig Strikes Against the Curbing PASADENA. Jan. 21.—1. N. Frakes of 2331 North Fair Oaks avenue and his young grandson were thrown from a 1 light buggy at Fair Oaks avenue and ; Orange Grove late this afternoon, the lad sustaining a serious hurt to his I head, while the old man was badly shaken up. Frakes is not believed to be seriously injured. The two were driving north when the horse became frightened and ran away. The vehicle was going at a rapid rate ■when it struck a curb and was over turned, throwing both to the asphalt pavement. ■» ■ » PASADENA NEWS NOTES PASAPENA, Jan. 21.—Sales of resi- ] dence property in South Pasadena ag gregating $26,500 have just been closed. W. N. Parker has bought the Cum mings place, Oak street and Marengo i avenue, for $17,000, and T. L. Roberts has bought the Walker place, 1800 Elec tric avenue, for $9500. The board of directors of the Pasade na Humane society today organized by electing Dr. E. L. Conger president; W. D. Medill, first vice president, and Henry Waterman, secretary-treasurer. The former committee chairmen were retained in office. Robert Watchorn, the man who re modeled the entire immigration system at Ellis Island under President Roose velt, is to talk before the Shakespeare club members and their friends Satur day afternoon, January 29. He will tell of the problems of his former work. It has been finally decided to hold the aviation dinner of the board of trade at the Hotel Raymond the after- ! noon of January 27. The speakers of the occasion will be Clifford B. Har mon, who has Just set a new record tor balloon ascensions, going up 11,000 feet, and R. T. Crane, the millionaire manu facturer and jobber of Chicago. » • » POMONA NEWS NOTES POMONA, Jan. 21.— Mrs. Amanda Meredith, wife of L. C. Meredith, died at her home at La Verne last night, 62 years old. The deceased resided in the La Verne district 23 years, having come at Southern California from Kan sas. She is survived by two brother?, John Grist of Pasadena, William Grist of Portland, Ind., and two sisters, Mmes. Moore and Eberley of Glendals, Ind. The funeral services will be held at the home at 10:30 a. m. tomorrow. The stockholders of the Oral Grove Tract Water company, have elected directors as follows: J. K. Adamson, F. H. Browne, D. F. Mi . Leod, J. H. Bowler and H. J. Lavars. George W. Way of North Garey ave nue has bought of Rev. E. C. Jacka, the latter'a house and household goods, at 765 North Glbbs street. The American Woman's league, which has grown rapidly since its or ganization here a few months ago, lias now nearly 120 members and in the near future a chapter house will be erected here at a cost of $5000. Mrs. E. R. Yundt entertained the lumbers of the Century club at her home on East Holt avenue yesterday afternoon. The Philatheas of the First Metho dist church enjoyed a picnic supper and social at the church parlors this waning. SAN BERNARDINO Offflce 384 E Street Phone.: Home !«». mnwt Main 163. SAN BERNARDINO MAN LOSES POWER TO TALK AND WRITE W. L. Arnim Afflicted in Manner That Is Puzzling to Phy sicians SAN BERNARDINO, Jan, 21.— W. L. Arnim. an employe of the WellS-Pargo Express company in this city, is suf fering from a strange affliction which has left him unable to talk or write. Wednesday of last week Arnim left his home as usual, walking to the Santa Fe depot, but before he reached the express office he realized that something was physically wrong with him. When he attempted to talk to his fellow workmen he found he was unable to use his tongue, and when he endeavored to convey his .thoughts by writing it was to find that neither could he use his arm to write. Thor oughly alarmed, his fellow employes started him home. Although his tongue and arms were partially para lyzed, he was able to walk without difficulty. Since that time he has been unable to make a sound except an unintel ligible grunt, and neither is he able to write, he being powerless to express what he desires to convey to others except by signals. The physicians are deeply puzzled over his condition. SANTA ANA Office 315 M. Syramore. rhoncn —Home 313; Sunset Black 732. BROTHERS ARRESTED ON CHARGE OF BURGLARY Three Grajedas Are Alleged to Have Entered Garden Grove Home and Taken Various Articles SANTA ANA, Jan. 21. — Carlos, Lon terio and Pedro Grajeda, brothers, and Jose Garcia, charged with burglary, were arrested at Garden Grove and are now in the county jail. They are alleged to have burglarised the house of Harry Wist, Garden Grove, of a silver watch, a skirt, some eggs, tobacco and other articles. The Mexicans, Who live in <;;inlen Grove, were Been to leave the West house, and a search of their quarters later rev. aled part of the loot. Their preliminary ex amination has been set for February l, and their bail was fixed at $500. They have not yet furnished bail. BUILDING PERMITS Following are the permits issued since the last publication of the list and classified according to wards: Permits. Value. First ward 1 5' ;'"d Second ward 1 6,450 Third ward 6 11,977 Fourth ward - 7.500 Fifth ward 8 »,MX> Sixth ward 4 5.C32 Seventh ward 1 Zh.OOO Ninth ward 1 2.O<W Total 23 »TC,559 Delaware drive and Pico streetJ. W. Croner, 4412 Kingswell avenue, owner; Co-operative Building company, builder; two-story, ten-room residence, $5000. Fifty-fifth street and Denker avenue Forest Brown, Long Beach, owner and builder; one-story, five-room resi dence, $1200. Seventh avenue, 2311— H. H. Sehra der, 1136 East Adams street, owner and builder; alterations of residence, $300. ' Crown Hill avenue, 1315—Helen B. Collins, Ocean Park, owner; Isler & Hanson, builders; two-story, sixteen rooin. Hat, $5450. Avenue 20. 193 North —C. J. Gardner, Merchants Trust building, owner; W. Hopkins, builder; two-story, six-room flat building, $1500. Linden street and Gramercy place— W. S. Miner, 444 Gramercy place, own er and builder; one and one-half story, ! 9 room residence, $3500. Normandie avenue and Second street —W. Smith, 142 South Spring street, owner; I. O. Holly, builder; one-story, nix-room residence, $2060. Tenth and Grant avenues —R. B. Price, 4012 Normandie avenue, owner and builder; one-story, six-room resi dence, $2500. Thirty-ninth street, 104S East—Eve lyn Weller, at lot, owner; P. J. Leaver & Co., builders; one-story, four room residence, $452. Forty-first street, 1225 West—Minnie Brown, 1219 West Thirty-seventh street, owner and builder; one-story, six-room residence, 2200. Sixty-second street, 127 West —Anna G. Geek, Huntingdon Park, owner and builder; one-story, five-room residence, $1500. Fiftieth street, 162 Bast— A. Wil liams, 638 East Fifty-second street, owner and builder; one-story, live room residence, $1500. Gramercy place, —William J. Batchelder, at lot, owner; J. C. Sheets, builder; alterations of residence, $500. Fifty-fourth street, 1438 East—Rob ert Trimlett, 804 East Twenty-ninth street, owner and builder; one-story, three-room residence, $150. Seventy-sixth street, 933 West— George R. Shaw, 1008 South Grand avenue, owner and builder; one-story, five-room residence, $1000. Brighton avenue, 4176— W. Ander son, Redondo, owner; J. L. Dailey, builder: one-story, seven-room resi dence, $2000. Forty-third street. 982 East—J. L. Leroy, 1524 West Washington street, owner and builder; one-story, five room residence, $1500. Central avenue, 715-31—Johnson & Avery, owners; Alta Planing Mill com pany, builder; two-story, 96-room ten ement house, $35,000. Spence street, 614— J. L.. Haeken smith, at lot. owner; C. B. Franklin, builder; one-story, five-room residence, $2000. Alexandria avenue and Third street— Ralph Chambers, owner and builder; two-story, nine-room residence, $3000. Gramercy place—C. H. Maybin, Hol lywood, owner anil builder; one-story, seven-room residence. $3000. Rroadway, 420 South—August Win stel, owner; alterations of building, $427. San Pedro, Fourth street, 272 West— M. Rosenfeldt. San Pedro, owner; V. Wallace, builder; alterations of resi dence, $800. LOS ANGELES HEHALD': SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, lftlO. LONG BEACH Circulation Ilept. N"o. 4 rlne t'itttt. Home phone Vfl*. . Correipondent. Sonnet phone Main 806. WILL MEND PIER AGAIN LONG BEACH. Jan. 21.—After a re port to the council this morning by i' H. Qrldley, chairman of the h. committee, as to the condition in which the pier was found to be last week by the Investigating diver, the city attor ney was instructed to prepare a pre liminary resolution looking to a bond issue for permanent improvements to the wharf. The board of public works was asked to bring in estimates on various methods of improvement, in cluding cement piling, cured in the sun and then jettled into position; rock bmakwater and piling, rock tilling un der the wharf, and cast iron cylinders not less than eighteen inches in diam eti r filled with concrete. The divers report showed the pier to need repairs at once. LONG BEACH NOTES LOXG BEACH, Jan. 21.— W. L. Camp took up the duties of secretary of the chamber of commerce this morning and Will attempt to build up the exhibit feature. Chairmen of committees were appointed last nitrlit Jind other mem bers of the committees will be selected next Tuesday night. Although they had stolen six rings from an Ocean avenue Jewelry store, two high school boys who returned the property this morning to the police wi re dismissed with a lecture. They are sons of well known families. The library hoard probably will In close the whale skeleton In the library in a wire screening to prevent the fur ther appropriation of whalepone by visitors. E. C. Valentine, an elderly man. dropped a harrow which he was put ting on a wagon at his home. 1221 Pa cific avenue, and one tooth tore a long gash in his right leg. C. O. Boynton, city clerk, has been notified that the certificate of the last election held here has been filed. This completes the proceedings. Superintendent J. D. Graham this morning offered a medal to the high school student making the best broad jump record over twenty feet. This is to interest the students in this phase of field athletics. The medal donated by Mrs. R. V. Coffin was presented to day to Bert Dodd of the high school for making the mftst points in the re cent interclass track meet. When the question of the parking of the bluff was brought up today in the city council meeting the city engineer was instructed to bring in a new plan, embodying a terrace scheme for the beautifying of the bluff. A party of forty guests at Hotel "El Morora, Pasadena, came to this city in a special car this morning to pic nic. Their noonday repast was spread on tables on the pier. Boating and bathing were enjoyed. ARRESTED FOR SPEEDING yknick. Jan. 21.—Earnest k. Hovin of Los Angeles, was the first automo bile speeder to be arrested by the local police since the agitation for strict enforcement of the anti-speed law has been made. He was taken in early this morning while driving his machine at a rate of BO miles an hour, according to the police. He deposited $10 cash bail for his appearance before Record er Wheeler tomorrow. The police de clare they will put a quick stop to fast driving in this city. GROW IS FRUIT INSPECTOR SAN BERNADINO, Jan. 21.— W. F. Grow of Higland, has been named a» general Inspector for the California Fruit Exchange. Mr. Grow will at once take up his duties, which makes it neccessary for him to spend the bal ance of the season throughout South ern California investigating tho con ditions in the various sections. SAN PEDRO SHIPPING SAN PEDRO. Jan. a.—Arrived: steaimr Hanalel, from Sun Franclsro direct; steam nchooner Jema. B. H!«tn», from Fort Bragg via San Francisco and Rudomlo; oil et^.-.i"' < trom Ban Francisco. Palled: St.am : DaUj Mitchell, for Wlllupa Harbor via Ban FrancUooi «team Mhooner Lakme, tor Ban Uiego; iteam Mhoqner Yellowstone, for Redondo; ichoonar Ethel Zam\ for la coma in bal net \v. 11. Tttlbot, for Port Townsend, In ballast tor orders. British steamer Princess Ena. captain Whlteley, reports slKhting darelict fhooner Busle M Plummer on January lt>. In latitude iv degrees 22 minutes north, longitude 1-. ae- U) minutes west. No signs of life I. Bcho ncr dlil not appear to be badly waterlogged. Temporary Repairs on Lakme p ,rary n pairs wen mafle today on the .Line, under supervision ol Capta a \ F Plllsbury "f tho Han Francisco marine underwriters, and Bhe wiled for Ban Diego ■ arge partial cargo and go on the ways. C, Alexander, a diver from t)\e revc-nue cut ter Perry, made an Inspection of the dam age and found a broken bowstem and a hole that has been pal Four disabled vessels have had to leave port . , iry dock facilities within the past month. The need ot a dry dock here Is be ind more apparent. Tho ncr Lucy sailed yesterday from Ban tor UmpQua river after repairs made trenuoua voyage to tnl • Ban Diego would have been un ary if tin re had 1 n a dry dock here r r. c. Blad« sailed yesterday »tter having made repairs her,- at a disad vantage and the steamer Homer Is now on ,t San Diego, she having been grounded <>v the west const of Mexico. Fenwick Officer Wanted \ warrant Is out at San FranolSCO for the arrest .if Lewis P. Harvey, third officer on ... w. Fenwick, which has irrlved up the Columbia river from ban He Is accused of passing a bogus check Harvey drew bis par and left the r _ 1 befon shi alii d tor .\t:.'ria. Windjammers Arrived Up North The fleet of windjammers which crowded the wharves her. a tew weeks ago are lie glnnlng to arrive ac northern ports m bunches to reload. M<^ ol them report heavy weather. The schooner Wlnslow has arrived at Port Townsend from Redondo lieach. Oft Banta Barbara »h< encountered a gals which carried nut. Bhe is bound tor Wlns low and will repair there while reloading. The schooner Lottie Bennett has arrived m the straits bound for Tacoma to reload. Other schooners which have arrived at northern boa at Seattle, the Taurus ai Qrayi Harbor ana the \v. T. Jewett at A 1 ria. Steam Schooner Quinault Libeled The m -mi si hooner Quinault has been libeled at Aberdsen for 14800, the value of lumber lost from tho schooner Bndeavor at Wlllapa three years ago. As thi' Endeavor was beinK towed to sea It Is claimed the Quinault entered the harbor and forced the pchooncr Into shallow water, causing her to the lumber. The Quinault is owned by thi Hart Wood Lumber company and the Quinault I,umb'?r company. The. C. K. Bur rows Lumber company U the plaintiff. Revenue Cutter May Be Retired The revenue cutter Perry, one of the Oldest 1 In the service, may be retired. Lieut. \v C BssseUvrs Is here making an inspection and up'>n hli dccli-ion will rest tho fate of the craft. It is sxpsoted that the present session of oongrtss will appropriate $i rio,uoo for a new cutter to be stationed presumably at this port. Numerous accidents on the couth coast during nesut years have emphasized the need of a cutter here SANTA MONICA Circulation—Home 4711; Sumet S8«l. Correspondent—Home 4.181. Sunnet 791 DUDLEY PREPARES TO OPPOSE RECOUNT OF VOTES Santa Monica's Mayor Contends That He Was Legally Re. elected SANTA MONICA, Jan. 21.—Despite his declaration, hade early this month. that he doesn't want the office of mayor unless he has been legally elected. Mayor T. H. Dudley is-making a stren uous tight to prevent the recount of the ballots in the December election petitioned for by Roy Jones Accord ing to the official returns, Jones was di [eated by Dudley by ten votes, but his friends have Induced him to ask for a recount un the ground that errors uere made In counting thai may pos- Blbly result favorable to Jones When investigated carefully. Dudley insists that his election was honestly made and has given his at torneys power to fight the suit to the end counsel for Dudley contend that the court has no jurisdiction to In terfere with the count officially made and the case now rests upon this point. DOG CATCHER MAKES GREAT RECORD AT SANTA MONICA George Simpson Snares Twenty.nine Canines That Are Minus the License Tag . BANTA MONICA, Jan. 21— If City Dogcatcher ceorge Simpson keeps up the record he made today lie will sooner or inter be able U> claim the distinction of being the highest paid ensnarer of canines in the country. Twenty-nine dogs, minus the required license tags, fell into the Simpson net today. Together with his salary of $1 a day, this netted Simpson $22 for one day's labor or at the rate of $660 a month. The dogcatcher declares he can break today's record if he can find the neces sary dogß, ac he claims to have a sys tem alf his own for inducing the ani mals to fo'.low him to the city pound. SANTA ANA NOTES SANTA ANA, Jan. 21.—Company L, Seventh regiment, N. Q. C, was ln- Bpected tonight by Col. Wilhelm. The first debate for the silver prize cup offerer! by S. M. Davis of this city will be held tomorrow night at Ana helm, the contesting high schools being Huntington Beach and Anaheim. The advisability of a three-fourths verdict to rule in all Juries will be the subject for discussion. The Surf Gun club case, In which the club Is being sued for damages of $2850 alleged to have been done to the crops on the ranches of Dunn & Smith, ranchers, went to the jury this after noon after four days In court. HELD ON FELONY CHARGE SANTA ANA, Jan. 21.—WHmer Ev erett was held to answer to the su perior court on a felony charge today, Miss Edith Humphrey being the com plaining witness. The assault Is said to have taken place at McPherson, near here. Everett's hail was fixed at $2000. The prosecution Is In charge of Deputy District Attorney Finley, and the attorneys for the defendant are Bishop and Brown. The schooner Ethel Zane, Captain Peterson, sailed today In ballast for Tacoma to reload lumber. The steamer Helen P. Drew. Captain Fager. storm, sailed today In ballast for Greenwood to reload lumber for this port. The steamer Yellowstone. Captain Ludiow, sailed today for Redondo Beach with partial cargo of lumber. The steamer James S. Hlgglns, Captain Hlpgins, arrived today from Fort Bragg via Redondo Beach with partial cargo and will sail for return tomorrow. The steamer Hanalel, Captain McFarland, arrived today from San Francisco with pas sengers and freight for the Independent Steamship company. The steamer Roma, Captain Lawson, ar rived tonight In ballast to load oil for the Union Oil company. Movement of Steamers Steamers carrying passengers due to arrive and depart today and for the next few days are as follows: ARRIVE Steamer —From Due. Queen. Seattle Jan. 22 Admiral Sampson. Seattle Jan. 22 Centralia, Grays Harbor Jan. 22 Santa Barbara, Grays Harbor Jan. 23 Geo. W. Elder, Portland Jan. 24 Admiral Sampson, Seattle Jan. M Hanalel, San Francisco Jan. 26 Samoa, San Francisco Jan. 22 Brooklyn, Hardy Creek Jan. 22 Santa Rosa, San Francisco Jan. 28 Hanalei, San Francisco Jan. 27 DEPART All northbound steamers call at San Fran cisco. Steamer For Sail Coronado, Grays Harbor Jan. 22 Klamath, Portland Jan. 22 Hanalei, Ban Francisco Jan. 22 Norwood, Grays Harbor Jan. 22 Flfield, San Francisco '. Jan. 22 James S. Higglns, Fort Bragg Jan. 23 J. B. Stetson. Portland Jan. 22 Admiral Sampson, Seattle Jan. 23 Queen, San Diego Jan. 24 Carlos, Portland Jan. 24 Queen. Seattle Jan. 25 Hanalel, Ban Francisco Jan. 27 Santa Rosa, San Diego Jan. 27 Santa Rosa, Ban Francisco Jan. 2$ BAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 21.— Arrived: Hti;inier Vanguard, from San Pedro; steamer Phoenix, from dan Pedro; steamer Santa I: i, from San Diego. Sailed: Steamers Queen, Paul Junes, Perry, for San Dlhko; ■teaman COO 9 Hay, Admiral Sampson, for .^an Pedro. PORTLAND. Ore.. Jan. 21—Arrived: Schooner Expansion, from San Pedro. ■I'llle. Table High Low High Low Water. Water. Water. Water. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. January 22 8:55 U:29« 6:46 2:04 4.1 3.4 6.5 -U. 9 January 23 9:3S 1:20 7:33 2:46 4.8 2.4 6.7 —1.3 January 24 10:11 2:05 8:16 3:22 4.4 2.4 6.7 -1.4 January 25 10:45 2:47 8:56 3:57 4.4 2.3 6.8 —1,1 January 26 11:18 3:34 9:36 4:29 4.5 2.3 6.6 -1.0 January 27 11:50 4:02 10:14 4 OS 4.5 2.2 6.2 -0.6 January 28 4:42 10:60 6:24 2.2 6.7 —0.1 January 23 12:09* 6:25 11:23 5:43 4.6 2.2 5.1 0.5 January 30 12:38 6:16 11:56 6:14 4.8 2.4 4.5 1.0 January 31 1:10 7:04 12:3fi" 6:43 4.» 2.6 >.• 1.6 •A.M. "P.M. VENICE Circulation—Home 4711) Sunset 3.101. I I Circulation —Home 4711; Sunset 3561. j Correspondent—Home 4381, Sunset 791 j BEACH BAND LEADER CALLED BEFORE UNION MEMBERS WANT FACTS ABOUT AVIATION CONCERTS . Citizens of Venice and Ocean Park Expected to Contest Any Ar. bitrary Action Taken VENICE, Jan. 21.—Prof. Manfred! I ChlaffareJ.ll, leader of the Venice Italian band, which lias given daily concerts at this resort for more than a year, has i been ordered to appear before the offl cers of the l.os Angeles Musicians' un ion to answer to the charge of breaking the rules of the organization. The Charge followed the playing of the band at the aviation meet this week, where two complimentary concerts were giv en, and rests upon the fact that the twenty musicians got no extra pay for this work. Behind the charge against Chiaffarelli there are said to lie plans to discredit and possibly to break up the popular band. Such action is expected to be hotly contested by the hundreds of beach citizens and also Los Angeles people who are accustomed to hear tlio daily concerts given by the Chiaffarelli aggregation. The charge is said to have been preferred by a dissatisfied man formerly connected with the band, but who has since engaged in other work. MINSTREL SHOW PLANNED ItEDOXDO BEACH, Jan. 21.—The local chamber of commerce is planning a minstrel show for the second week In February. The minstrels will be en tirely local talent. Superintendent A. L. Walton of the salt water plunge is directing the preparations for the show. Manager Alva Lane of Ocean Park daiuing pavilion is assisting. THE WEATHER LOS ANGELES, Jan. 51. »ll._ Tim* IBarom.|Ther.|Hum.| Wind |yio.|W«ata« 6 a.m.l »:«i-«8-| JJ INE I'll I Cloudy. 5 p.m. | 30.07_| 74 |15 | W |1 I Cloud>. "Maximum temperature VS. Minimum temperature 69. Weather Conditions SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 51.— The following maximum and minimum temperatures are re ported from eastern stations for previous day: Chicago, 44-26; New York, 46-40; Omaha, 34-16. Forecast Los Angeles and vicinity-Cloudy Saturday; continued warm; light north wind. Kan Francisco and vicinity—Showers and warmer Saturday; brisk southerly wind. K.inta Clara valley—Showers Saturday; warmer; moderate south wind. Sacramento valley—Showers and warmer Saturday; light north wind, changing to Sun' Joaquln valley—Cloudy, with ehowere, Saturday; warmer; light east wind. MARRIAGE LICENSES SEVALLOS-COSIO-Don Sevallos. age 25, na tive of Mexico, and Concepclon Cosio, age 20, native of California; both residents of Los Angeles. LICHTY-STANFORD—WaIIace T. Lichty, age 31, native of Illinois, and Edith E. Stan ford, age 19, native of Iowa; both residents of Los Angeles. JARRIETT-JONES—William Jarriett, age 36, native of Georgia, and Mabel Jones, age 23, native of Michigan; both residents of 11UNGOVAN.ROCHE-Matt W. Mungovan, IUX'jOVAN-ROCHE—Matt W. Mungovan, age 28, native of Ohio, and Mac C. Roche, age 25, native of Illinois; both residents of Los Angeles. EWING-CHRISTIE-Thomas W. Ewing. age 60 native of Georgia, and Lizzie R. Christie, age 46, native of California; both residents of Long Beach. PHILITpS-HAYWARD-Frank H. Phillips, age 63, native of Massachusetts, and J. Frances Hayward, age 38, native of Pennsyl vania; both residents ot Pasadena. "births BOYS JOHNSON— William and Margaret John son, 1401 Wilson street. DEATHS SEIFERT— Seifert, 27 years, native of Germany, county hospital; tuberculosis. WADSWORTH—SiIas W. Wadsworth, 74 years, native of New York, county hospital; myocarditis. FLORlO—Jennie Florio, 3 years, native of Cal ifornia, 2223 Hunter street; ptomaine poison lag. Cli iRLTON— A. Charlton, 65 years, na tive of England, 1719 Magnolia avenue; ulcer. NELSON— Nelson, 45 years, native of Denmark, county hospital; nephritis. GTIEROVICH—NichoIas Guerovich, 61 years, native of Austria, 1678 West Twelfth street; nephritis. PREINIKGER— Joseph Pretnlnger, 60 years, native of Germany, 1717 Santee street; heart disease. . HANSON—Charles Hanson, 45 years, native of Norway, 1541 Hand street; heart disease. BURR—Robert R. Burr, 68 years, native of New York, 942 Blalne street; razor wound (suicidal). . TATSCH—William Tatscb, 42 years, native of Germany, Home sanitarium; dilatation of heart. THOMAS— Thomas, 35 years, native of Ohio, 3902 Hudlong avenue; uraemia. DIED THOMAS—L. I. Thomas died January 20. Will be buried January 22 at 2 p. m. in Bveferpcn cemetery: 1-22-1 CARD OF THANKS V. Florio and M. Florio and family wish to thank their many friends for their kindness In our late bereavement for the loss of our child. Jenny. V. AND M. FLORIO. 1-22-1 CEMETERIES^ INGLEWOOD PARK CEMETERY Two miles outside the city limits on the Loi Angeles and Redondo Ry.; 200 acres of per fect land with Improvements outclassing any cemetery on the coast. 207 8. Broadway. Room 202. Phones F3303, Main 4669. Bupt. 'phone. A 9698. «-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, 830 Bradbury building. Phones — 052 1 A34DB. Cemetery—Home 1)1083| Boyle 9. 6-C-12mo ROSEDALE CEMETERY An endowed Memorial Park noted for Its nat ural beauty: endowment fund for perpetual care, over 1200,000; modern receiving vault, chapel, crematory and columbarium; acces sible: city office, SUITE 302-306 EXCHANGE BLDG., N. E. corner Third and Hill st». Phones, Main WO; A 36?*. Cemetery office, 1831 W. Washington «t.; phone* 72858; West 80. 11 limn .Rale or SMic SMtiday Comes Tomorrow After the grind of a busy week, one that was a dis appointment to you in the way of financial results due to the excitement attendant upon the evolutions of the Bird Men, you will rest and get ready for an other busy week, and, let us hope, realize full ex pectations. Rest, read The Herald— ever)' word from tele graph to ads—you will find all interesting and you will find it specially profitable to read the ads of local business houses. If you are an advertiser, you will be interested in the series of testimonials indorsing The Herald as a real-for-sure advertising medium. The circulation of The Herald continues to grow —an evidence of appreciation upon the part of the reading public. CHURCH NOTICES Baptist Ctorcl Worshiping in the Auditorium, corner of Fifth and Olive streets. Rev. A C. Smither The well known pastor of the First Chris tian church, will preach at 11' a. m. on "THE PURE IN HEART." Y. M. C. A. SPEAKERS At 7:30 p. m. Mr. E. A. K. Hackett of Fort Wayne, Ind., will speak on "THE FOUR-SIDED MAN." Rev. E. H. Emett, director of religious work, will have for his subject, "ON THE POTTER'S WHEEL." FINE MUSIC. SEATS FREE. 1-22-2 CMstiaaSc.ei.cc Services Second Church of Christ, Scientist at the church edifice, West Adams street, near Hoover. Services Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.; sermon from the Christian Science Quarterly. Subject: "Truth." Sunday school 11 a. m.: Wednesday evening meeting 8 o'clock. Reading rooms, 704 Herman W. Hellman Bldg., Spring and Fourth streets, open dally, Sundays excepted, from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 1-17-7 Ctoristlam 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, "Truth." 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 ezcepted, from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 1-22-2 "Peaks-Preachers of Aspiration" TOPIC OF REV. WILLIAM HORACE DAY, D. D., PASTOR, SUNDAY EVENING AT 7:45, Illustrated by pictures of our lofty mountains. SPECIAL MUSIC BY THE CHOIR AND CHORAL CLUB. William H. Lott, Director. First Congregation all Church Hope street near Ninth, SUNDAY MORNING, 11 O'CLOCK, "HOW KNOW I AM A CHRISTIAN." ~~~ 1-22-1 The Independent Church of Christ Eighteenth and Figueroa strMta. REV. J. S. THOMSON, Pastor. Sunday service 11 a. m.: subject of sermon, "The Eternal Gospel in Heaven." Solo, "O Saviour, Hear Me," Mrs. George P. Drake; solo, "Like as the heart desireth the water brooks," Roland Paul; duet, "Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken," Mrs. Drake and Mr. Paul. Miss Mary L. O'Don oughue, organist. All are cordially Invited, especially strangers. 1-22-2 St. John's Episcopal Church 514 W. ADAMS ST. (Near Flgueroa). Take Grand or Daltoh avenue or Redondo car to West Adams street, or take yellow University car to Chester place and walk through Chester place. REV. LEWIS U. MORRIS, Rector. 7:30 a. m.™ Holy communion. 11 a. Morning prayer and sermon by the rector. 7:30 p. Evening prayer and address by the rector. A FREE church. ALL ARE INVITED. ■ 1-22-2 Broadway Christian Church ' OPPOSITE THE COURTHOUSE. Bible school at 9:30 a. in. Preaching at 11 a. m. by Rev. B. F. Coulter, minister, and at 7:45 p. m. by Rev. John C. Hay, as sociate minister. Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Welcome all. I-15-sat tf First Unitarian Church 925 SOUTH FLOWER. K. STANTON HODGIN, Minister. Subject for Sunday morning, January 23, ''Reforms and Reformers." Sunday school at 0:45. Classes for all ages. . 1-22-2 CHURCH NOTICES " Immaniiiel Presbyterian Ciircl COR. TENTH. AND FIGL'FROA STS. The pastor, Rev. Hugh K. Walker, D. D., will preach at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. to morrow. Morning subject, "Making Wise the Simple," a sermon for perplexed people. Evening, "The Almost-Man and the Almost- Christian." Bible school at 9:30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:15 p. m. 1-22-3 St. Paul's Pro-Cafiiedral 523 SOUTH OLIVE STREET. Very REV, MM. MAC COKMACK, Dean. 7:30— communion. 11 a. m.—Morning prayer: sermon by the dean; subject, HAS THE CHURCH FAILED IN HER DUTY TO THE SOCIAL PROBLEM? 7:30 p. —The choir will sing Dr. Lee Williams' cantata, "Last Night in Beth any." 1-22-2 Tie Us Angeles Fellowship REYNOLD E. BLIGHT, Minister. 11 a. m.—Service at Blanclmrd hall, 233 S. Broadway; subject, "Soul-Hunger." Pre lude on the British elections. All seats free. 1-22-2 THE GOSPEL MEETINGS BEING HELD IN Music hall Sunday afternoons at 2:30 o'clock by J. B. Halley, the lawyer-preacher, have steadily grown in interest and attendance until a larger place was necessary. Blanch ard hall has been secured, with a seatnig capacity of 1000 people. Sunday after noon Mr. Halloy's subject will be "The Voyage of Life." Come; brine a friend. All welcome. 1-22-2 NOTICE TO CHURCHES-COPY FOR ALL church notices for the Saturday and Sun day morning Issues is requested to be turned In at The Herald ofllce by Friday noon. If possible. This will assure proper classification and publication. 2-11-tf TYPEWRITERS ALL MAKES OF REBUILT TYPEWRITERS. Bee our bargains. Best rentals in city, (1.50 to 13 a month. LOS ANGELES TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE, AC9U. 138 B. Broadway Main 3953. 9-13-tf TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT AND RENTED. All makes guaranteed; repairing. BAKKK IIOEY CO. (Inc.) 2HMi So. Broadway. Main 481)1; A 4070. 10-31-tf LOST AND FOUND STRAYED FROM LOS ANGELES' LAND Syndicate ranch, one and one-half miles south of Lancaster, Los Angeles county, California, January 13, one sorrel horse, about 15V4 hands high, weight 1400 pounds, brand mark "M" on left shoulder. Any In formation leading to the recovery of above described animal will be liberally rewarded. Address F. C. BEUTEL, 327 Citizens Na tional Bank Bldg., Third and Main ets. 1-22-3 BATH SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE, MANICURING, chiropodists, baths. JEAN LUNN and ELSIE GHOSLIN, 520 S. Broadway. 12-3-tf MISS LEWIS, 32614 S. BROADWAY, SUITE 3; baths and alcohol rUus, theatrical treatment and magnetic; hours 10 to 10. 12-3-tf OIL AND ALCOHOL RUBS. ROOM 8, 85714 SOUTH HILL. l?-4-tl ASSAYING MORGAN & CO., 227 South Main. Main 1611. Assurers, smelters and reOners. 1-1-tf JOHN HERMAN, «S2V4 8. Main. Not satis. faction, but accuracy guaranteed. 12-22-tf SANITARIUMS BANNING SANATORIUM FOR TUBERCU —Elevation 2350; Banning, on S. P. R. R.; 30 miles beyond Coltnn; Do fog; dry mountain air; 'new, experienced matron. Rates low. Send for booklet. DR. HOLT, director. ; 1-17-lmo MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE—MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS— Snaps: High pitch clalrnet, 110 to $20; Boehm flute. Best musical Instrument re pairing In the west. BAXTER-NOHTHUP CO. «22 B. Broadway. F2295. 12-22-3 m» CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS £"» t'uij'kbr. building 602 Merchants Trust Building, corner Sec ond and Broadway. Phone Main 8287. I make lowest bids on all clauses of build- Ings. 1-13-tr STOVES STOVES REPAIRED .... Phone Main 2893. We call to give cost of repairing free. TURNER * OADBURY. 912 San Pedro at. 1-B'l>° PATENT PROTECTION EXPENSE AND ATTORNEY FEE CUT ONE half. No < patent, no pay. WELLS. 84j^P.^B, KODAK FINISHING DEVELOPING FREE. VELOX PRINTS la us «aca. H. B. KELSO, 464 8. Spring, r. I. u-jo-tr If ■ aa easy to secure a bargain in a use 4 automobile, through want advertising, a* II used to b«-ana still ls-to icscure a horn ■nil carriage.