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Latest News from Neighboring Cities
PASADENA
Office S3 South Fair Oaks Avenue.
Home 48! Sunset 400.
Circulation l>.-pt. Home 1643 i Sunset 2740
RECEIVES 2200 VOLTS;
IS KILLED INSTANTLY
LINEMAN'S HAND COMES IN
CONTACT WITH WIRE
Surgeons and Others Work Over Vie.
Tim for More Than Two Hours
but Their Efforts Proved
of No Avail
[Special to Tha Herald. I
PASADENA, Jan. 2S.—Peter E. 01
sen 25 years old, a lineman employed
by 'the Edison Electric company for
five years, was electrocuted today
while working at Garfield avenue and
Washington street.
Olsen and others were replacing un
protected wires by Insulated ones to
comply with the city ordinance. He
wore leather gloves from one of which
the thumb had been removed. This
allowed his flesh to come in contact
with a wire carrying.: 2200 volts and
the shock threw him backward on the
other wires.
The other members of the crew hear
ing his cries for help rushed to his
assistance. They fastened a rope to
his body to lower him. When he was
about twelve feet from the ground the
rope became unfastened and allowed
Olsen to fall the remaining distance.
An attempt to restore life by art -
ficial respiration was made but it
failed. Doctors soon arrived and
work for more than two hours to re
store life, but without avail.
Olsen had no relatives in Pasadena
and his parents live in Stromsburg,
Neb. '
The coroner's inquest will be held
Monday and until that time no fun
eral arrangements will be made.
The local Electricians' union .-it a
special meeting tonight appointed a
committee to assist in the funeral ser
vices.
- The committee consists of George E.
Corrin, B. F De Santy, P. G. White,
Charles Calbertson and Joseph Bar
blerl.
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AUTO RUNS INTO 2
WOMEN; BOTH HURT
PASADENA, Jan. 28.—M!s» Katber
ine Egan and Miss Helen Lei
run into by a seven-passenger touring
car at Colorado street and Rayn
avenue this evening at c o'clock. The
, ;,:■ we* driven by C. W. Howard, .1
winter guest at the Hotel Maryland
and father-in-law of J. Hawki
B. O. Kendall company. In the r-ar
with Mr. Howard were Mr. Howard,
Mrs. Hawkee and Howard Hawkes.
The machine was proceeding slowly
in Colorado street, going west, and a
street oar was standing at. the li
section. The young women started to
cross Colorado street, and believing the
tvaa about to start., passed to the
rear of it. They did nm notice the
auto until it w;t.s close t<> them. Miss
i.eddy s.rcamod for her companion to
jump, and in some manner seized i
of the machine. She was dragged for
a little distance and her clothing
torn, but she escaped serious Injury
and was able to go home unassi
Miss Egan was knocked down, and
the big six-cylinter machine p:i
over her chest. Who was taken to
Pasadena hospital, where it. was found
one rib was broken and the young v
an probably was suffering from It
nal injuries and nervousness, Mr. li
ard went to the hospital and offi
every possible assistance. He expn
considerable concern over the accident,
and said this is the first accident ho
has had In swelve years.
Miss I,eddy is the daughter of John
T. Leddy of 725 Norih Raymond ave
nue and MiM Egan Is a former school
made from Philadelphia and is visiting '
with the Misses Leddy.
SANTA MONICA
Circulation —Home 4711; Sumet 3301.
Correspondent—Home 4381, Sunset 791
=ORMER SENATOR JONES
OBSERVES HIS BIRTHDAY
SANTA MONICA, Jan. 28.— fami
ly of former Senator John P. Jones of
Mevada joined in assisting him to cele
jrate his eighty-first birthday anniver
sary at his beautiful home, Miramar,
•day. Those present were his son,
Roy Jones, his wifo and two children,
md his son-in-law, Robert Farquhar,
lis wife and son. Mr. Jones' wife and
youngest daughter Georgina are no
i) route to Rome to attend the wed
liiiL,' of another daughter, Alice. A
telegram of greetings was sent by
them via wireless from the Cunarder
Campania, on which they are crossing
:he Atlantic.
Senator Jones is well and active, de
-pit" his great age. He Is a pioneer
n Santa Monica, having: taken part In
the laying out of the townsite from
i portion of San Vicente rancho, He
served thirty years as senator from
Mevada.
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RIVERSIDE
Comer ElKhth and Main it*
Pbonet Main 217, Home 1441.
MRS. CALDWELL DIES
RIVERSIDE, Jan. 28.—Mrs. Cather
ine Caldwell, for the past twenty-two
years a resident of 3tversld*, died this
morning suddenly from heart diieam
;it her home, 1424 Lime street. Flic at
tended prayer meeting last nlßht an I
was as well as usual this morni i? ;it
breakfast. Feeling ill, she lay down
and was found dead shortly afterward.
She was 70 years of age and a native
«>i" Scotland. She was the mother of
N. Reynolds, now making ;■
tour of the world, am! Mis. .Mrs. B. .T.
Hryan of Riverside; Mrs. Kate Pot
tingcr of Monrovia, Mrs. Sara Pettit
of Redlanda and T. S. Caldwel] of
Oakland.
CHAMBER TO HAVE NEW HOME
RIVERSIDE, Jan. 28. —The <Jlre<
of Uio, chamber of commerce j
noon decided on new quai
ing an offer of $55 a month n
,-,,]■ | r part of the main floor
at the old V. M. <'. A. building on Main
i. The structure now belongs to
iod Hotel comnanv.
LONG BEACH
Circulation l)*pt. No. 4 r\nm i^rett.
Home phone (o*.
Nirresponiler.l. Sunset Dbona Mala 600.
LONG BEACH HOME
RIFLED BY ROBBERS

EVENING CLOTHES, MONEY
AND SILVERWARE TAKEN
House Gone Over with Fine-Tooth
Comb, from Evidence Dis
covered by Returning.
Family
[Special to The Herald.]
LONG BEACH, Jan. 28.—An assort
ment of evening clothes, as well as all
but one of the cigars contained in a
Christmas box. were among the plun
der stolen last night by a thief who
ransacked the. home of Capt. A. B.
Austin, 422 Chestnut avenue, quarter
master of the Seventh regiment, X. G.
C, upsetting beds and slitting mat
tresses, feeling behind pictures and un
der rugs, overturning drawers and
searching their contents, feeling for
treasures possibly hidden in spice cans,
and even feeling inside the linings of
Mrs. Austin's hats.
The total loss was about 5150. The
Austins feel that they were fortunate
in not sustaining the additional loss of
a large collection of solid silverware.
The thief had plied this upon the din
ing room table and doubtless would I
have taken it had he not been fright
ened away by a neighbor who came
upon the front porch of the home and
knocked.
. Capt. and Mrs. Austin returned home
at 1:46 o'clock to find the house topsy
turvy. On the back porch Captain
Austin's dress coat was found, evident
ly having been dropped by the flying
thief The uninvited guest entered the
house by the front door, using a pass
key He left by way of a rear door.
No jewelry was stolen, but the thief
took $10 in money.
A number of similar robberies have
been perpetrated here recently, in each
case the house being ransacked thor
oughly, i _ •
» ■ »
AUDITOR REFUSES TO PAY
FOR POLICEMAN'S WOUNDS
LONG BHACH, .Tun. 28—The city
council this morning was informed by
City Auditor Hatch that he would not
pay a bill of $8 to Dr. J. W. Word for
dressing the head of Patrolman Ge< rue
Austin after a recent tough scrim- j
mage with a prisoner who is alii
to have tried to kill the officer.
Hatch declared the city was noi r
sponsible for medical attention for Its
when Injured in pursuance of !
of duty. A lively tilt with the coun
cilmen' followed, and City Attorney !
■ said he would Investigate and
report as tn the law in the case. \us
tin hadl a narrow escape from death,
but brought hla man to headquarters
LONG BEACH NOTES
LONG BEACH, Jan. 28.—Bids for
hose and casting which had been ad
vertised for were received this morning :
by the city council and were referred |
to the fire commission for a report.
C .1 Hargis today was awarded the
contract to build a $3500 edifice at
Tenth street and Linden avenue for
the German Evangelical Lutheran
church.
J. G. Drake and C. B. Bellows are
thought to be caught for the full
amount of a Judgment in a suit brought
against the Festival of the Sea associa
tion, as they first failed to answer the
summons and later failed to enter a
motion In time asking that the default
judgment be set aside. Five others
who failed to answer the summons
filed such motions and they were
granted today.
An ordinance altering the boundaries
of the Seventh ward to include the
territory annexed January 10 was in
troduced in council this morning and
laid over under the rules. The seventh
will become the largest ward in the
city.
The council this morning laid upon
the table a proposed ordinance pro
viding that permits must be issued for
signs placed on lots and houses by real
estate men, It was feared the ordi
nance as prepared would prevent a
property owner from placing a for rent
sign on his house.
To relieve crowded conditions at the
Eleventh street school, some of the
pupils will be transferred to other
buildings. An addition of four rooms
probably wil be built this summer.
William Doug 70 years old, fell In
alighting from a Fourteenth street car
last night. He had boarded the wrong!
car and as soon as he realized his mis- I
take jumped off. His head was cut
badly. . I
The annual Kansas society picnic will
1,1. held here tomorrow. There will be
speaking and a picnic dinner in the sun ■
parlor.
Grammar school graduates will re
port tomorrow morning for enrollment
in the high school.
The city engineer today reported to |
council his estimates on the cost of
pairing the pier. The estimates were .
considered high and the engineer was
Instructed to bring in a further report |
on the cost of strengthening the pier I
witht concrete piling throughout, and ;
with two rows of such piling along ]
the outside.
. •-►♦
OCEAN PARK
Circulation, Trolleyway. bet. Pier aye.
ami Marine «c. Home 4711.
Correspondent—Home 43H1; Sunset 791.
SCHOOL BOARD REFUSES
TO ACCEPT GYMNASIUM
i SANTA MONICA, Jan. 28.—A pecu-
I liar situation exists her* in the matter
I of accepting the recently constructed
i girls' gymnasium at the high school
from the contractor. The school board
! refuses ■■• accept the work, although it
i has been accepted by C. X. Cross,,
j chosen by the board as supervising ar-
I chited during the construction of the
! building.
Members of the board declare that
lumber used is not up to specifications.
I Cross declares the lumber is all that
Is asked for. The matter is now in the
hands of Mrs. D. G. Stephens, presi
dent of the board, who will refer it to
the itv attorney for an opinion. Mean
while the athletically inclined girls of
the high school must cease their
physical training until It is decided
whether the gymnasium will be ac
cepted for use.
OS A.VGKLES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, L9lO.
SAN PEDRO
Correspondent—Sunset IMG; Home 6.
Circulation—ll7 W. Sixth street. Sun
set ■-'(Kill; Home 38.
SAN PEDRO MASONIC
LODGE INSTALLS OFFICERS
Deputy Grand Master Weller Conducts
Exercises, and Many from Los
Angeles Attend
sax PEDRO, Jan. 28.—Two hundred
were present last night at a banquet]
and installation of the new officers of
San Pedro lodge No. 332, P. and A. M.,
including members of the lodge, their
wives and guests. The officers installed |
were G. S. Kllng, W. M.; B. A. Miller,
H. W.i x. A. Larsen, J. W.i E. B.
Moore, treasurer; William Davis, secre
tary; W. G. Mills, chaplain; F. E. Blau
sey, S. D.; R. A. Scott, J. D.; X. B.
Stetson, marshal; G. C. Bell and E. B.
[ngmlre, stewards, and W. A. Carpen
ter, tyler,
Dana R. Weller, deputy grand master
for California, acted as installing of
ficer, assisted by Thomas J. Baker,
grand lecturer, and John H. Bean,
grand junior deacon, all of Los An
geles, These and several other visitors
from Los Angeles responded to toasts
at the banquet. W. B. Duncan, the re
tiring worshipful master, was pre- j
sented with an elegant pastmaster's
jewel, the presentation being made by
Rev. W. G. Mills.
+—•
BOY SHOT IN SHIN
sax PEDRO, Jan. 28. — Cornelius
Barlln, a Mexican boy. was shot in the
shin by the nij;ht watchman of the |
Pacific Electric company. The man is
in charge of one of the buildings about j
which the boys play. It appears that
they have been worrylnp them, and to
night he ordered them away, and at the i
same time appearing with a revolver, i
w hen the boys hooted him and dared
him to shoot the watchman blazed
away, shooting low. In a way tha
Infliction of the injury was an accident,
rs the man says lie shot only to
frighten the boys.
LABORER INJURED BY FALL
SAN PEDRO, Jan. 28.—lister Bezln,
:> laborer employed on the Miner till,
fell from thp top of a. 30-foot pile late
this afternoon to the wharf. Three ribs
«yen broken and he also sustained in
ternal injuries. j
SANTA ANA
' OfNre 315 N. Sycamore.
! viinni'*—Home 315: Sumrt Black 733.
NEWBERT PROTECTION
DISTRICT BONDS VALID
Stipulation Is Signed Which Settles
Matter That Has Been In Courts
for Several Years
SANTA ANA, Jan. US.—The fight
against the Newbort protection district
la ended. The attorney* engaged in
the contest yesterday signed a sitpula
tion by which judgment was entered in
the lecond appellate court affirming the
Judgment and order entered in the su
perior court of this county upholding
the legality of the formation of the dis
trict and the validity of its bonds, thus
settling two of three cases In which
these points were contested. One of
these, the case of TO. K. Keech against
County Treasurer J. C. Joplin, was set
tled several weeks ago by a decision of
the supreme court which upheld the
legal status of the district. The stipu
lation settlement of yesterday resulted
from the supreme court decision, as the
three cases covered practically the
■ ground.
The Newhert protection district liti
gation began several years ago, shortly
after a bill authorizing the establish
ment of a district for the control of the
Santa Ana river in the lowland! west of
city had been passed by the legis
lature. In spite of mine opposition, the
district was organized and bonds for
Slsf.,ooo were voted for the purpose of
making a channel for the river and the
building nf jetties into the ocean some
where between Newport Beach and
Huntingdon Beach. Litigation Involv
ing the legality of the formation o
district and of its bonds ensued, ai
c consequence ncne of the bonds was
sold. Work, however, was proci
with on the Improvement of the river
channel and the protection of the low
lands, the ranchers and others assum
the responsibility of expense
'■ such time as the points in Htlga
should be decided. Now thai
Is clearly decided In favor of 1 11• ■
trlct, the bonds will be put on the mar
kel either in whole ur in part.
ADDRESSES EBELL CLUB
POMONA, .lan. 28.— T. B. Gibbon de
,, address of the day before
, ; . El ell club. His subject was "What
v, 111 the Panama Canal Do for South- <
) crn California?" The meeting was hold
In the high school auditorium and was
i largely iit'i-nd'Hl.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—A LONG ERMINE STOLE BETWEEN
Van Say* hotel and Orphcum theater, on j
Wednesday at 2 p. m. Finder please leave
at Van Nuys hotel and receive suitable re
ward. I"""'
LOST — TAKEN FROM POLYTECHNIC
last Monday, a new Knight's Special bi
cycle No. A 4309; red trimmed with greon,
straight forks. Reward. 5153 B. Grand
ay«. !•«•>
| lost. STRAYED OB STOLEN— BLACK I
cocker upanlel; smooth coat. Return to 2G20
MENLO AYE., receive reward. 1-28-2
ASSAYING
MORGAN ti CO., t:7 South Main. Main
lull. A«»uyer», smelter* and rennera.
JOHN HERMAN, 202V4 8. Main. Not »tia
faction, but acenracy guaranteed. 12-21-tf
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
FOR BALE— MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS—
Snap*: High pitch clalrnet. 110 to 120;
Boehm flute. Beit musical Instrument re
pairing In the rat. BAXTER-NORTHLI
CO., 622 8. Broadway, F2295.
- 12-3t-»un OBly-Ht
SANITARIUMS "
BANNING SANATORIUM FOR II BBRCU
LOBlS—Elevation 2300; Banning, on a. P.
R. R.; 30 mile* beyond Cotton; no fog; dry
mountain air; new,- experienced matron.
Ratei low. Bond for booklet. DR. HOLT.
4. r «o'-- ■ l-17-li
SAN BERNARDINO
Offflc* 184 S Street
Phones: Home «69. Sunset Main lU.
BURGLARS MAKE BIG
HAUL AT COLTON
WAGON LOAD OF GOODS TAKEN
FROM STORE
Work Is Believed to Be That of Gang
Which Has Operated in Vari.
ous Sections of the
Valley
I [Special to The HcralJ.]
SAX BERNARDINO, Jan. 28.—Burg
lars last night nirain operated success
fully In the valley, entering the L. A.
Dearmond second-hand Btore at Colton
and takinp a wagon load of loot, In
cluding- SOO boxes of shells and a num
ber of ritles, revolvers and razors, with
other articles.
This la believed to he tho work of
the same gang of thieves who two
weeks ago entered and robbed the San
Bernardino Hardware company in this
city, taking a large amount of stock.
Several robberies have occurred at Riv
erside, where large quantities of goods
were taken from stores and carried off
In wagons. The officers are of the
opinion that the same men are turning
the robberies, wagons being used In
each instance to carry off the loot. The
robberies have all been the work of ex
perienced burglars.
RIGHT TO USE OF WATER
TO BE TESTED IN SUIT
Action Brought Is of Vital Importance
to Stockmen West of Mojave
River
SAN BERNARDINO, Jan. 28.— The
privileges enjoyed for many years by
stockmen in the country west of the
MoJaVe river ;irp at stake in a suit
now pending In the superior court, w.
IH. Robinson and J.G. Bennetto have
' brought Htiit to enjoin James B. Bledsoe
i from claiming any interest in the Flow
ing Wells place. Bledsoe yesterday
filed his answer, which discloses that a
most bitter feeling has prevailed be
tween the men for some time, and that
the wells In question have been the
scene of many contentions.
There are eight wells In the group,
and being In an unpopulated region,
formed a common watering place where
stock of various people was allowrd to
| graze unrestricted as on a public do
main. Through various transactions
Robinson and Bennette now claim title
to the wells and land.
R. B. GOODCELL A CANDIDATE
SAN BERNARDINO, Jan. 28.—Rex
B. Gooilcell, assistant district attorney,
today announced his candidacy for the
nomination of the Republican party for
district attorney. Mr. Goodcell is a na
tive of San Bernardino and is a mem
hor of the firm of Goodcell & Goodcell,
I the oldest law firm in the city, his £a
( tlicr, Henry Goodcell, being the pioneer
iiilnriu'y of San Bernardino.
PHYSICIANS
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DR. HICKOK gives modern antlsoptle
treatment and patients' are in no danger
of blood poison or Infection. Everything la
sterilized before use.
DR. HICKOK provides a private home, with
nursing, for women In confinement. Expert
care and home comforts at reasonable rates.
Confinements by modern me.hods are safe
and free from pain.
DR. HICKOK gives personal attention to
every case. Consultation la free and confi
dential In all troubles. Any woman not sat
isfied with her condition is Invited to call
for free consultation and free examination
DR. HICKOK carefully examines every case
and gives an honest opinion and reliable ad
vice free. X-ray examination made when
necessary. If a case Is accepted for treat
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for satisfactory results. Terms can bo al
ways arranged. Hours 10 to 4; Sunday* 10
to 1. 'Phone FS23B for appointment at
other times.
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12-18-tf
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chronic diseases. 7:T?-2ti UROSSE lII,D.
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PATENTS —PATENT ATTORNEYS
JAMES T. BARKBIJorvV, ENOINEEB AND
pat' attorney. American and foreign pat
ents. Special assistance in chemical, elec
trical, mining &nd complex mechanical cases.
•AEROPLANE INVENTIONS. 728 CEN
TRAL ULDO., Sixth and Main. F2:)'J9;
Main 4037: FREE BOOK ON PATENTS.
. ■ 1-22-tf
PiONEER PATENT AQENCY—HAZARD &
BTRAUBE. Established 32 years. American
and foreign patents secured and trademarks
registered. M Citizens Bank bldg. Home
A 1492; Main 2022. PATENT BOOK FREE.
11-22-tf
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS, ALL. COUN
tries. A. 11. LIDDERS. patent lawyer and
solicitor. 611 Trust bldg., cor, 2d and Spring.
11-«-tf
, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS
L E. TUCKER, lUll.lilNil CONTRACTOR,
602 Merchants Trust Building, corner Sec
ond and Broadway. Phone Main 8287. I
make i,i«-»<i !>'•'" "■- all classes of build
in,.. , . 1-13-tf
ADVERTISERS
Count alx average, word* v one llnfc
No ad. arrepted for leas than tha price
>f three Unea.
The neralil reneiree the right to revl»e
adTcrtlM-ments and lo reject or omit and
refund tbo amount paid.
Report promptly to the rlawlfled m»n
airer fnflnre to get retnrn» or experience
with fraudulent or dlxhoneat adverllieri.
Two or more tMOTttem are better thnn
otif. Try a three-time ad. B«ult» alino.l
eertaln for anything.
For contract aollcltora and adTertftloi
advice call
SUNSET~MAIN 8000
HOME 10211
»ND ASK FOH CXASSITIFr> MANAOBU
SPECi'AL~RATES
Want adn. le a word each ln se."tloa.
Hooms for rent, 8 line*, 3 !im *'.
Rooma with board. 3 lines, 3 ttmce.
25 CENTS
HELP WANTED—MaIe and femal*. S
Unea, 8 times.
25 CENTS
SITUATIONS WANTED.
FREE
THE WEATHER
LOB ANOELE3, Jan. 28, 1910.
Time |Barom.|Ther.|Hum.| Wind |Vlc.|Weataei
sa.m. I 80.04 I 67 I IN" 111 I Clear.
sp. m. [ 29.86 I 65 I 32 I SW | 7 ] Clear.
Maximum temperature 74.
Minimum temperature til.
Weather Conditions
SAN" FRANCISCO, Jan. 28.—Tha following
maximum a.nd minimum temperatures are re
ported from eastern stations for previous day:
Chicago, 36-28; New Yotk, 40-34; Omaha, 36-1:6.
Forecast
For Los Angeles and vicinity—Fair Saturday;
light north winds.
For San Francisco and vicinity—Fair Satur
day; light north winds, changing to west.
For Santa Clara valley—Fair Saturday; light
north winds.
For Sacramento valley—Fair Saturday; light
north winds.
For San Joaquln valley— Saturday; light
north winds.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
BACOX-DOUGLAS—Edwin J. Bacon, ace 28,
native of Canada, and Jeanette P. Douglas,
Hge 26, native of Indiana; both residents of
Pasadena.
EARL-HALL— J. Earl, age 23, native of
Michigan, resident of Redcmdo, and Eva K.
Hall, age 21, native of Michigan, resident of:
Los Angeles.
SWANSON-HERMAN—Lars Bwanson, age 87,
native of Sweden, and Mary Herman, age. 40,
native of California; both residents of Wil
mington.
WELLS-STONE—Thomas N. 'Wells, age 69, na
tive of England, and Jfnnle a. Stone, age
45, native of Pennsylvania; both residents of
Monrovia.
McLAC.'HLAN-McKlM— McLachlan, ago
38, native of Scotland, and Florence E. M' 1-
Klm, age 19, native of New York; both resi
dent of Los Angeles.
P.ADDICK-ROSCHE—David J. Raddlck. age
22. native of Nebraska, and Mary Rosche,
age 37, native of Pennsylvania; both residents
of Los Angeles.
KARICOFE-LEE— M. Karicofe. age
81, native of Illinois, anil Mary M. Lee, age
29. native of Canada; both residents of Lea
Angeles.
PATTERSON-WHlTE—Austin J. Patterson,
age 23, native of Canada, resident of Darwin,
and Bessie White, age 20, native of Missouri,
resident of Bishop.
THOMPSON-BURNETT—Burt J. Thompson,
age 37. native of lowa, resident of Forest
City. lowa, and Ethel Satterless Burnett, age
28, native of lowa, resident of Los Angeles.
BIRTHS v
GIRLS
DEMARQUE—To Victor and Maud Demarque,
792 Kohler street.
DEL VALLE—To Clara, and Ulpiano Del Valle,
Camulos, Ventura county.
HOYS
INO—To Jokno and Rovasanlko Ino, 1105 South
Vermont avenue.
ROMER—To Frances and Frank Romer, 922
East Ninth street.
DEATHS
WOLLMAN—James 11. S., ago 61, 812 West
Seventeenth street, native of New Jersey;
tuberculosis.
KOFOED—John C. Kofoed, age 74. 9",0 Blalne
street; native of Denmark; apoplexy.
OMENS—JoeI A. Omens, age 66, Good Samari
tan hospital, native of New York; pneumonia.
NORDONI—Joe Nordonl, age 1, 630 Alpine
street, native of Italy.
COLLOMER—Emma, age 82, 1033 West Seventh
street, native of England; gastritis.
EWING— M, age 41. 1018 East Thirty
third street, native of New York; apoplexy.
GATCHELL— B, age 08. Crocker street
hospital; exhaustion following operation of
cystitis.
COOGAN—Patrick, ace 85, St. Patrick home;
native of Ireland; dilatation of heart.
MORGAN—William Moore, age 46, Methodist
hospital, native of Maryland; cancer of right
lung.
LANNON—Thomas A., age 8 months, 1549 East
Fifty-flfth Street, native of Nebraska; gas
tritis. '
FINCHUSE—John S., nge 85, county hospital,
native of Indiana); fracture of the skull.
JAMES-Ellen N.. age 67, 1417 East Twenty
second street, native of Illinois; apoplexy.
POTTS— Mary A., age 75, 1088 West Sixth
street, native of England; cerebral hemor
rhage.
DIED
FARMER—Mrs. Sarah A. Farmer, aged 67
years, sister-in-law of Mrs. A. F. Rich and
C. V.. Farmer. Funeral Saturday. January
to at 2 p. in . from chapel or Dexter .Sam
son company, 1132 South Flower street. 1-29-1
CUNNINGHAM—W. Cunningham, died Janu
ary 27; will be buried Janutry 29 at 2 p. m.
at Evergreen cemetery. 1-2S-2 j
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 thi coast.
207 8. Broadway. Room 202. Phones F3303,
Main 4659. Supt. 'phone. A 9693. 4-l-12mo
"evergreen cemetery
The I.os Ane»le» Cemetery Association.
Boyle Heights near city limits. Operated un
der perpetual charter from Los Angeles city.
Modern chapel and crematory.
Office, .139 Bradbury building.
Phones—Main 85?; A 5486.
Cemetery—Home 01083; Ilnyle 9.
6-6-i2mo
ROSEDALE CEMETERY
An endowed Memorial Park noted for Us nat
ural beauty: endowment fund for perpetual
care, over $560,000; modern receiving vault,
chapel, crematory and columbarium; acces
sible: city office, SUITE 302-306 EXCHANGE
BLDQ., N. E. corner Third and Hill »t».
Phones, Main 909; A 36?". Cemetery office, 1831
W. Washington »t. ; phones 72858; West SO.
6-2-12mu
SEWING MACHINES
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
DROPHEAD SUPERB, WITH OAK
CASE WO. 00
WHEELER & WILSON, USED FOR
SAMPLE ONLY AND WORTH J60....527.80
DUPLICATE SINGER, REGULAR
PRICE |48 .' 122-60
And we have others, new and second-hand.
Also renting and repairing all makes.
L. A. SEWING MACHINE CO..
« 848 S. Broadway. 1-23-tf
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.. NOW
permanently located at 714 S. Broadway tf
STOVES
" "stoveXrepaired"
Phone Main (893. We call to civ* cost of
repairing fre«. TURNER & h GADBURT,
112 San Pedro it. ,„• ; , l-«-30
WANTED ______
Help—Male
WANTED— GOOD BOYS IIETWEES
ages of 14 and 17 to carry routes south
ef Seventh -and east of Flgueroa. and
alto two good boys to carry routes In Pica
Heights; routes pay »9 and 110. Ask for
MR. POWERS at the Herald office after
»p.m. or call up Bdway. 15:4. ■ 11-11-tf
MEN WANTED TO PREPARE FOR RAlL
way mall, customs and postoffice exami
nations; $000 to 11500; preparation free.
Write for schedule Showing places.
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, Dept. 85L.
Rochester, N. Y.
1-26 CD 30 5-5 671i111419 :0 21
NO EXPENSE TO LEARN ELECTRICITY,
plumbing, bricklaying, automoblllng on con
tract Jobs In few months' time. No appren
ticeship or helpers' work. Catalog free
UNITED TRADE SCHOOL CONTRACTING
CO., 232 Allso St.. Los Angeles. , 10-4-tf
WANTED, AT "oNCjf— REVOLVERS,
rifles and shot guns of all kinds: also
musical Instruments. Wo positively pay
the highest price In the west. POLI
MER'S COLLATERAL LOAN OFFICE,
402 S. Main st. l-.'i; c
WANTED—AGENRT, ABLE TO ASSUME
office management; salary paid; references
and Investment $1000 required. Write repre
sentative, X, Herald branch, San Bernar
dino, Cal. 1--8-3
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.
1-7-tt
WANTED— TO DO OFFICE WORK IN
exchange for commercial course; small sal- j
ary. NATIONAL SCHOOLS OF TYPE
WRITING, 610 Chamber of Commerce.
1-23-10
WE NEED TRUSTWORTHY MAN TO MAN
age branch at Bakersfleld; permanent sal
ary; $1000; fully secured. Division Mam
care Herald, San Bernardino. 1-2S-3
WANTED—GOOD CARPENTER WITH »3flO
or more to act as foreman: wage ac
cording to ability; will be secured. Ap
ply BOX 169, Herald. 1-29-3
WANTED—THREE GOOD BOYS TO CARRY
routes. Apply to CROSSMAN, Herald of
fice. « l-«-»f
Help—Female
WANTED—YOUNG LADY TO DO OFFICE
work in exchange for Spanish and short
hand Instruction. Small salary. -NA
TIONAL SCHOOLS OF TYPEWRITING,
610 Chamber of Commerce. 1-23-10
WANTED—YOUNG LADY TO STUDY
shorthand and bookkeeping. Can pay when
we find you a position. NATIONAL
SCHOOLS OF TYPEWRITING. 610 Cham
ber of Commerce. 1-23-10
LADIES AND GIRLS AT HOME, STEAL)
or evenings, can stamp transfer, 51.60 do*,
upward; original, reliable firm, P.oom Hi.
MASON BLDQ.. 228 W. Fourth. 9-SB-K
WANTED—LADY WITH DEEP WRINKLES
to demonstrate my 10-day deep wrinkle
treatment. MISS BERTHA dALZBR, 212 B.
Broadway, room 1. 1-23-7
WANTED—LADIES 10 BELL HAIR I*
storer for P.ray and falling hair. MISS
BERTHA BALZER, 212 S. Broadway, up
stairs. _ 1-23-7
WANTED—LADIES; BEAUTY CULTURE
pays big. FLORENTINE HAIRDRESSING
COLLEGE, corner Broadway, entrance
•227 Mercantile place, 15c, 250 halrdreasing.
1-20-6
WANTED — EXPERIENCED MANGLE
girls. Apply CITY TOWEL SUPPLY CO.,
413 E. 6th st. l--'B-3
Help—Male and Female
WANTED—MALE AND FEMALE TAILOR-
Ing hands, machine operators, basters, fin
ishers, fellers, buttonhole makers and
pressers on the Beeckel system of Roches
ter, N. V., to be located here, on c^ils,
trousers and Vast tailoring. Apply In writ-
Ing BOX 00034. Herald. 1-22-8
WANTED—STUDENTS TO STUDY SHORT
hand and bookkeeping; $2 a week; home use
of "typewriter free. NATIONAL SCHOOL
OF TYPEWRITING, 610 Chamber of Com
merce. 1-88-10
WANTED—MEN .J.ND WOMEN To LEARN
the' barber tr<ȣe; guaranteed In eight
weeks. Cat».M;ue free. MOHLER BAR
BER COLLEOE. 113 E. Second st, 7-1-tt
COLLEGE AND NORMAL GRADUATES TO
register for positions in Arizona, Nevada
and California. HOYNTON TEACHERS'
AGENCY, 626 Btlmson block. 1-23-lrn
Situations— Mala
SOBER, STEADY, HANDY .MAN WANTS
situation on home place or hotel, city or
country; knows how to tain care of hordes,
cows and garden and willing to do any kind
of work. Address BOX 79. Herald. l-2'J-3t
WANTED—WASHING BY THE DAY OR
hour. Will take washing at home or go out
and wash; or will do light housecleaning.
Call at 212 Concord St., MRS. JOHNSON.
1-9-tf I
YOUNG MAN WANTS POSITION IN AN
undertakers and einbalmers to learn; will
work for room and board and small
wages. BOX 275, Herald. 1-27-3
WANTED —ANY KIND OF LIGHT WORK
In or out of doors, day or night, by an I
active, sober man. VETERAN, 421 S.
Wall st. 1-27-3 1
WANTED—SITUATION II HELPER IN'!
kitchen; can work. Apply 611 W. First
street, room 8. or BOX S3, Herald.
1-26-3
MARRIED MAN WITH FAMILY WOULD
Ilk* situation on ranch. Apply to J. C,
JOHNSON, 1002 E. Seventh St. 1-26-4
• __„„_________——
PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING TO
exchange for automobile. Phone SOUTH
6415. 1-88-3
AS CHOKE MAN. GARDENER OR WATCH- 1
man; experienced. JOE SMITH, 409 E. sth
St. 1-28-a
Situations— Female
HIGHLY EDUCATED, refined and
honorable middle aged widow lady, gradu
ate from Europe, wishes position a*
housekeper In widower's family, country
preferred; will help children in their
studies; references exchanged. BOX 249
. Herald. __!l£!!lf
MIDDLE AGED WIDOW WISHES LIGHT
employment; good nurse, companion or
charge of a home ; care of child; must have
fair salary. Address for one week, BOX
100. Herald. 1-27-*
WANTED— . YOUNG SWEDISH
girl who cannot speak English wants sit
uation In private family, general housework;
reasonable wages. INEZ GRONBERG, 732
E. BOth st. 1-28-3
WIDOW, 25, WITH 3-YEAR-OLD CHILD,
wishes position as housekeeper In small
family; references. BOX 00036, Herald.
■ ■ 1-'"-3
WANTED- WOMAN WANTS POSITION AS
cook or helper In kitchen or chamber work;
good references. Address BOX Si, Herald.
I-2S-3
FIRST-CLASS LAUNDRY WOMAN TO GO
out by the iluy or light house cleaning.
837' HAWTHORNE. Main t-'i '
WANTED—POSITION BY YOUNG GIRL TO
do light housework. Apply 356 S. GLHSB or
address BOX MS, Herald, 1-2S-3
Houses
WANTED '!■: HAVE PURCHASERS WAlT
ing for bungalows in the southwest, |MOO to
$2500; $1"" down, fl5 per month. What have
you to offer.
NATIONAL INVESTMENT CO.,
402 Central Bldg., :
Kl*lli and Main f-'lw.
Broadway 't::u.
l-28-2t
WANTED
To Purchase— Miscellaneous
WANTED—AT ONCE, A WATER DRILLING
plant. If you have such a plant and ready
to contract or make other crrangements 1
can furnish the work. Depths of wells, 360
to 460 feet. Better look Into this at once
Address us CHAMBER OP COMMERCE
DO., Pasadena, or call up phone Home
JlOOl. 1-28-tf
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
beds. 758 SAN PEDRO ST. Phones
F8041: Main Hot. 12-17-lf
WANTED—ONE LARGE AND ONE SMALL,
fecond hand office desk. UOX l_"2. Herald.
12-22-tf
AHER BEDS—PAY' « TO M EACH"
Address J. RYAN, 530 "-n Pedro st. 12-3-tf
To Purchase—Real Estato
Wanted—Alfalfa Ranch, 20 to
100 Acres
within 40 miles of Loa Angeles, dividend
paying wtock and cash; only bargains con
sidered. 1-29-2
402 Central Bldg., 6th and Main
streets •
FOR EXCHANGE
Real Estate
EXCHANGE—
Bungalow, 7 Rooms
Modern, beautiful home; i.it 50x133;
barn, trees, flowers; W. *sth st.
$4200
House, 7 Rooms, 11-2 Story
Modern; lot .""xtt"; barn, new bouse;
W. loth •'
$3150
6 Room House
Good lot. 51x145; trees, flowers; Me-
Klnlej aye.
$2600
3 Pretty Lots
On Mohawk street, near Kunset boule
vard.
$3300
The above property to exchange for
hardware stock.
BANGS & BIGELOW
430 SOUTH HILL ST. 1-29-2
EXCHANGE—
HOUSE, 7 ROOMS; MODERN LOT, 50x
1601 (4500.
LOT 30x»9, AT VENICE, $2500.
House, 9 rooms, 4 lots, at Sunnyslde.
*.liioo, and 110,000 to put In, for good
rooming house building west of Main.
BANGS & BIGELOW
430 SOUTH HILL ST. 1-29-2
FOR EXCHANGE—WILL BELL CHEAP
for cash, mo acres, clear, in Logan county,
■ Colorado, right on the Irrigation ditch;
good fulfil land, worth ISO per acre;
will stand Investigation; owner will ex
change for property here; will add cash
If necessary. Bee the
EASTERN REALTY CO., 311 Currier
bldg., -1- W. Third st. 1-27-3
FOR EXCHANGE—2 ELEGANT HOUSES,
ti and 7 rooms each, near Sunset boule
vard; the finest scenery in Los Angeles;
within walking distance of the court
house; both houses are rented; will sac
rifice for cash or will consider clear lots
In exchange. For full particulars see
EASTERN REALTY CO., 311 Currier
bldg., 212 W. Third St. 1-27-3
FOR EXCHANGE— HAVE A CLEAR
lot at Kedoudo, 3 blocks from city hall,
facing the ocean, fine for apartments or
* hotel, street work all In. gas, electricity
and sewer; fine view of the ocean; would
trade for lot at Iluntiiißton I'ark, Cilen
dale or city. Lot valued at «IIOU; make
offer. OWNER. Box 504, Herald office,
WANTED —
WILL EXCHANGE TWO GOOD CITY
RESIDENCES, 4 LOTS, AND PUT IN
10,000 CASH FOR GOOD HOUSE, 30
OH 10 ROOMS. WEST OK MAIN ST.
BANGS & BIGELOW
4JO SI Til HILL ST. 1-29-2
FOR EXCHANGE— PROPERTY
In or near New York; will give property
here With cash. Submit what you have to
EASTERN REALTY CO., 311 Currier
bldg., 212 W. Third st. 1-27-3
WANTED TO PURCHASE, REAL ESTATE.
You furnish the snap!', we have the
money waiting for them, See
EASTERN REALTY CO., 311 Currier
bid*.. 212 W. Third st. 1-27-3
rOR"~EXCHANGE- CLEAR PROPERTY.
with cash, for mortgages or trust deeds.
EASTERN REALTY CO O 311 Currier
_ bldg., 218 W. Third st. l-a:-:i
Miscellaneous
FOR EXCHANGE—I HAVE A CLEAR LOT
in Colton that I will trade for diamond-.
, furniture, auto, or what J»ave you? Ad
dress BOX 531, Herald. »-«•«
WILL TRADE STOCK IN BISHOP CREEK
Gold company anl other mining stock for
stock In California Wave Motor company
(Reynolds). POX 242. He-aid. 6-26-tf
BUSINESS PERSONALS
PERSONAL—
Quzinoi Massage
Cream
Is (he result of years or experimenting. We
have brought It to a point where we feel safe
in asserting that there Is no better massage
cream on the market. Take a little of the
cream In the palm of the hand, add a little
water to thin it; then apply the cream to the
skin, rubbing, massaging, using a. circular mo
tion until all impurities are absorbed and
rolled out with the cream. This will open
the pores of the skin, giving healthy respira
tion and life; Its dally use cleanses the pores,
softening the skin, leaving a soft, velvety
complexion; in a condition with not a trace
I of grease or shine, milking the use of face
1 powders absolutely unnecessary. Our cream
contains no hair-growing or poisonous In
gredients; Is an antiseptic toilet preparation;
compounded to preserve and beautify the com
plexion; maintain the bloom of youth, and to
uuild up a run-down skin. You will find It
unsurpassed for removing blackheads, moth
patches, chaps, roughness, wrinkles, sunburn
and tans.
Look for our Quxinol Signs. All prepara
tions compounded and prepared by us are
guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs
Laws of 1906. Serial No. 24935. I *
TROUT COSMETIC CO.
Manufacturers of
QUZINOL COSMETICS
Telephone F2613
Room 207 Hamburger Building
Annex.
11-l*-su-we-sa-tf
II SO lUll 1000 FOR REAL BUSINESS
cards; delivered In *« hours. BROWN
PRINTING CO., 220 Merchant! Trust bldg.
M^s MASSCN. the NOTED LONDON
palmist, 323 a. SPRING, over Owl drug
store. 11-M-«I
CE&aPOOLB - _
CESSPOOLS
CLEANED OUT. \ •
All work done satisfactory to Inspsoter.
L. A. SANITARY CO., ■ •
Phone 63148. T*{J.l»X
CESSPOOLB CLEANED OUT BY THE RED
- Cross Sanitary company In one to two loads,
13.60 per load; no other charges. Phone &9WM.
IMPERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPINO CO.-WJB
take out largest load. West 5398:82040. t-10-U
CHIROPODIBTB
DR. HEVLAND. D. C.
Graduate cnlropodlat. Corns removed with
out pain or soreness. Instant relief; no fear
of untie trouble. • „—-. »tn>»
INGROWINO NAILS A SPECIALTY
PARLORS, HOTEL MILTON,
539 ii South Broadway. ,
F3427: Bdwaj. 984«. H-30-3m»
DR. EMILY ~~Z CHAPMAN REMOVES
corns, bunions, club and ingrowing nails
without pain. Hours. » a. m. to. • p. m.
415 O. T. Johnson bid*., 4th ana Broa£™£

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