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ROOSEVELT SEES
OLD BATTLEFIELD
GOES TO KERRERI, WHERE
THOUSANDS FELL
SHOWS HISTORICAL KNOWLEDGE
THAT IS SURPRISING
Former President Dismisses His Na.
tlve Servants, Giving Each
Cash and Present —Ad.
dresses Students
fAssoclated Press)
KHARTOUM, March 16.— C01. Roose
velt's second daj in Khartoum was
given up largely to sightseeing. The
most Interesting place of all to the
former president wag the battlefield
of Kerreri, which lies seven miles north
of omdurman. It wal hero that the
advance of the Anglo-Egyptian army
under Sir Herbert Kitchener was con
tested by the khallfl and 40.000 men. i
and it was here that the bodies ot j
11.000 dead dervishes were counted the
following day.
Col. Roosevelt, accompanied by Mrs.
Roosevelt, .Miss Ethel and Kermit, Bla
tln Pasha, inspector general of Egypt;
Major Wilson, governor of Khartoum;
Prince (Uierspert, .Mrs. Asser, an inti
mate friend of. Mrs. Roosevelt, and
others, went to Omdurman on tlu> sir
dar's yacht, Klfin, and from there on
camels to the scene of the gnat battle
uf September 2. 189 S.
The cavalcade started with cavalry
escort in front, and in the rear. The
Jlrst halt was made at the monument
.rected to the Twenty-lust L&n
•who here received their baptism of fire.
In this battle the Lancers made a des
perate charge, but fell Into an ambush
at one of the dry water courses seam
ing the plain, and many were speared
by the dervishes.
The guides took the party to the
Donga, where the spearmen were con
cealed, and described the annihilation
of the Lancers.
Thence they wen! to a lull overlook
ing the battlefield. Blatln Pasha ex
plained the position and plan of at
tack and graphically described the op
erations. Col. Roosevelt astonished the
Inspector general with his knowledge
of the history of Omdurman and the
military tactics employed by both
British and the khallffs troops.
Cannot Return via Pacific
The ex-president expressed his regret
today that he would be unable to re
turn tn the United States by way of
San Francisco, as the appronchniß mar
riage of his son. Theodore, Jr., necessi
tated his presence In New York early
This was In response to Invitations
extended to him by various western
cities to pay them a visit on his Jour
ney homeward.
This evening a dinner was given at
the palace, at which some thirty covers
were laid, the guests, in addition to
Colonel and Mrs. Roosevelt, and their
poii and daughter, Including Blatln
Pasha, Colonel and Mrs. Pink, Lieu
tenant Colonel and Mrs. B. E. I
nard, Major P. R. Phipps. Bishop
Qwlnne, Sir Cuthbert Quiller and U>rd
Knoll. , ,
After breakfast this morning Colonel
veit summoned to him the native
■ervants who had accompanied him
throughout the expedition and bade
them good by. Ea< h i Ived a present
ol easb from Colonel Roosevelt and a
; from Mrs. Roosevelt.
The sightseeing program began with
a visit to Gordon memorial college,
whence a drive was taken through the
town. Colonel Roosevelt, Mrs. Roose
velt, Mi:s Ethel Roosevelt and Major
General Sir Rudolph Baron yon Blatln,
Inspector general of the sirdar's staff.
mi the party.
Later in tiie forenoon the Roosi
abandoned their carriage for a motor
ear and i rove into the suburbs.
The tentative jilanK of the 1:
velts provide for their departure from
here on a special train Thursday night,
On the way to Cairo a Ktop of one
day will be mad. at Assouan, Upper
Egypt, a,n.i two days will be given
over to a \ Islt to Luxor.
Col, Roosevelt upon his visit to Gor
don Memorial hall addressed the stu
dents Informally, expressing great in
terest in their work and remarking
upon the splendid progress mad'- by
British energy within the few years
that its influence] had been ex< rted In
Khartoum.
JOHN MICHAEL KELLY DIES
ESTRANGED FROM FATHER
SAN FRANCISCO, March 15.—The
death of John Michael Kelly, son of
capt. John Michael Kelly, a Los An
geles millionaire, Saturday, revi
»i story of the VMinjr mans marriage
to an actress ami a subsequent es
trangement with hl.s family.
Kelly was a member of <he class of
•08, University of California, and waa
■well known In San Francisco, All nis
property la left to his widow, who was
Miss Alice Egan, nn
Special on awning-* at I h- j lt'iv H"U-c.
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PARDONED FOR CRIME HE
CLAIMED WAS ANOTHER'S,
MAN IS KILLED BY CAR
VENICE, March 15. —William Evans,
who was killed by being struck by a
Los Angeles-PaclflO car near here last
night, was recently release.! from tne
state penitentiary at San Quentin. ac
cording to City Trustee Elijah Qrlffitn,
tor whom Evans worked as gardener
Trustee Griffith said Evans had tola
him a sad tale of his experience In the
penitentiary, where he claimed to nave
served sixteen years of a life sentence
for highway robbery which resulted in
the death of a passenger of a stage.
Evans said his persistent claim* i erf
innocence had resulted In his being
pardoned by Governor GlUett a short
time ago H< elared he proved an
alibi at his trial by showing he was
sixteen miles away when the crime
was committed, but In disregard ol this
fact the Jury brought In a verdict ol
first degree murder. The penaltj
commuted from hanging to life impris
onment.
U.S. WILL PROBE
BETHLEHEM STRIKE
Federal Authorities Want Steel Con.
tracts with Big Plant Finished
as Quickly as
Possible
WASHINGTON, March IS.—The gnv
eminent proposes to intervene in the
Bethlehem Steel company strike, where
a large number of men have been out
four weeks. An official of the depart
m. Nt of commerce and labor will arrive
lat South Bethlehem. Pa., tomorrow,
nnd Will so over the situation care
fully.
Investigation of the strike was
prompted partly by the fact that the
povernment has lnrge steel contracts
With the Hethlehom company, and it
has been claimed that the strike has
delayed government work.
In a statement isucd by the strikers
recently, which purported to conn from
of the clerks of the Bethlehem com
pany, the amount <>f government work
, in South Bethlehem was nivn
•ls 40,000,000. This consisted principally
of armor plate, steel armor plerclnn
shells, cun mountings, find larere east
iiu:s of parts of the turrets of the bat
tli -hip Florida,
UNITED MINE WORKERS MAY
REACH COMPROMISE TODAY
CINCINNATI, March 1" • Notlibier
di finite In the way of a compromise
was forthcoming from the second i
Incr of the sub-scale committee of
miners and operators from the central
competitive fields here this afternoon.
The convention of the United Mine
Workers met today, but as the sub
scale committee had nothing to report,
the usual formal speeches of welcome
were Indulged in nn-1 the convention
adjourned until tomorrow.
Rumors are current that the sub
committee wll reach n compromise to
morrow morning: that the seal.- com
mittee will met and a report be ma !■
to the miners' convention before the
day is over. These rumors are given
more credence than usual becauss
President Lewis <f the miners contin
ues to insist thai the demands of the
miners will ho granted.
DOVE HOVERS OVER
G. O. P. CONVENTION
Harmony Keynote of Meeting of Edi.
torial Association at Spring,
field, lll.—Taft and Can
non Send Advices
BPRINOFIELD, 111., March
Harmony was l!h- keynote "f the an
nual convention of the Illinois Repub
lican Editorial association, held In this
iiiy. and attended by about 100 Re
publican editors outside of Chicago.
The speeches and the resolutions all
asked for harmony In the party and
support "f the party caucuses as nec
essary to party success.
Congressman Charles E. Puller of
Belvldere made an address eulogising
■nt Taft and Speaker Cannon.
a telegram from \'v sldeni Taft and
letters from Senator Cullom and
S|" aki r < lannon were n
Governor Deneen made a Btroni
for party fealty,
Senator Cullom's letter called upon
Republicans to present a united front
to the enemy In spite of Individual
differences of opinion as to tin- pro
tective tariff. The senator eulogized
President Taft and paid tribute to his
administration.
HINT AT MONSTER
ELECTRICAL TRUST
Pittsburg Men Say Westinghouse and
General Electric Companies
Planning $150.030,CC0
Merger
PITTSBURQ, March 15.—0n what
jerta i.-< trustworthy authority a
paper announces this morning
negotiations are pending looking
to a noalltlon of the Westlnghouse
t 11. ;d and Manufacturing com-
I the General Electric com
pany.
"If it is achieved America will have
. •■ trust with a combined i aplt il
of $150,000,000," says the article, and
i unllnues:
"The rei ent action of the board of
iiroctors of the Weatinghouse concern
In KTantirij,' a leave of absence 1 >r six
months to its president, George Wi t
underatood by industrial
clal circles to have far deep
nifli ance than mere concern of
j tea for Mr. Westlnghouse's
VOTERS TO DECIDE
SALOON QUESTION
SAN BKRNARDINO, March 16.—
Monday, April 25, has been >>t a.s the
day tl rs of 1 v ni be called
upon to dei Uie whether liquor can be
sold In San Bernardino.
Harry Allison, city clerk, las.t night
returned the pftition of ihe no-saloon
advocates in the council, certifyinj?
that the proper numbei of Qualified
electors had uigned It, The petition
;\,is siKii'-d by 7"''i names, fortj
whom were found not to be i
There were sufficient, however, with
out these to comply with the provisions
of the charter,
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 19« T.
STRONG WITNESS
IS MYSTERIOUS
More Dupes Tell How Their Own
Greed Caused Them to Be Swin.
died Out of Thousands on
Fake Matches
COUNCIL BLUFFS, lowa, March 15.
—Howard Blmpson, a Spokane real
cstale dealer, furnished the Sensation
In the trial of John C, Maybray and
associates In the federal district court
today, charged with the fraudulent use
of the malls.
No witness called thus far has re
ceived the attention accorded Simpson.
Considerable mystery surrounded the
manner in which he seemed Informa
tion he vouchsafed In the case, and
neither side attempted to show how he
came Into possession of it. He Indi
cated clearly, however, that he had
been in touch with the leading defen
dants for many years, was perfectly
familiar with their handwriting, their
method of operation, and, in most cases,
with their personality.
Mr. Simpson said lie was a man of
wealth and standing In his home city.
The government introduced a direc
tory of about 200 names of men win
are alleged to have been Identified with
Maybray In his operations. This direc
tory was taken from Maybray's effects
when he was arrested at Little Rock,
Ark., and was compiled, according to
the chirography, by various persons.
Simpson unhesitatingly Identified the
handwriting of each person and the
defense mado no effort to combat his
testimony.
IMPERIAL COTTON
SHIPMENTS WANTED
LONG BEACH, March IS -At the (
noonday luncheon of the realty board
today it was urged by Henry P, Har
bour, who recently returned from a trip
through the Imperial and Yuma val
leys, that the new municipal docks at
the local harbor be dedicated by the
shipment over them of the first big
* argo of cotton from the Imperial Val
ley, Mr. Harbour enthus.d on the de
velopment of l!ie cotton growing Indus
try In that section, predicting that
within five years ,000 baies of cotton
would I"' produced there. He empha
Biased the Important c of th s Industry
to Pacific coast shipping.
Another manufacturing enterprise is
i ■ porti d to have b en si cured for Long
Beach In the shape of a rotary engine
factory. 8. N. Butters, an extensive
property owner here! is credited with
having sold to such a concern a iitfi
near the harbor. He declined to di
vulge the details of the deal, however.
This morning the driving of piling
along the municipal water front was
begun In slip No. 5 of channel No. 3 of
arbor. A wharf 86x486 feet will
be built at the outer end of this pro
jei lien, ai i ontract will pro
tor docks SO feel wide along each
aid, . The Her ■ reau Construction
company i-1 doing the construction
V . rl K.
CLOSE PLAYGROUND
TO SETTLE TITLE
VENICE, March 18, \ prolonged
controversj bi I -ci n the city board of
i iFteei and the Abbot Klnney com
pany over the determination of a prop
erty line has n suited In 11■>• ■ closing "f
the v- i nh • Baby Banh and klnd< rgar
t.>n which st <n.is on the land in ques
tion. The trustees claim t li. ■ Baby
Hunk. « hlch v.■ founded and is !
tamed by the Abbot KJnney company,
encroaches upon city property. Tins la
disputed by the i impany, un<l the mat-
X r hai been before the board of trus
teei frequently In the last two months.
The Short Line Beai h company sum.,
time aBo deeded the water front south
„i Lori li l a \ enue I i the city ol Oi can
Park tor park purposes and several
surveys have been made, but no deter
mination of the property line hai been
I upon. The charge that
laby Bank Btands on city land was
lust brought before the board by Trus-
Ijah ' Irlffith and a continuous in
terchange of warm words has resulted
whenever the subject has been Intro
duced at the boai d meetings.
KILLING OF WIFE'S
COMPANION UPHELD
SAX PEDRO, March 15.—A coroner's
jury today exonerated George VV, Jef
ferson, the barber who shot and killed
Melvln Anson Bundaj night, in a ver
dict of justifiable homicide, Jeften on
w&t released from custody this aft
ernoon
The testimony of Dr. W. A. Weldon,
who performed the autopsy; Mr.-*. Jef
ferson ami others supported the the
ory of self-defense. Anson had been
on a week's debauch at his home with
Jefferson's wife. Jefferson told a
straightforward story of his endeavors
tn p't his wife to X'< home and of
being knocked down by Anson.
The testimony of l»r. Weldon inrti
cated that the statement bj Jefferson
thai he had fired his revolver while
on ills back with Anson bending over
him was true. Mrs. Jefferson testi
fied thai Anson was the aggressor in
the fight. She Is siill In a serious con
(liti'in as h result of the debauch which
ted in the killing of Anson.
DEFAULTER COLLAPSES AS
SENTENCE IS PRONOUNCED
INDIANAPOLIS, March l"i. As a
flre-year sentence to the Leavenworth
federal prison was pronounced on him
by .!ikIl;. ■ Anderson In Hi" United
stat<s district court today, Paul C,
Oall collapaed and (ell to the floor be
n n the deputy marshals who were
supporting him.
i.ail was convicted last week of hav
ing aided Mas P. Emerlch, a book
r of the Capitol National bank
of this city, in abstracting $40,000 of
the bank'i funds.
REVOLUTIONIST IS SAVED
BY YALE UNDERGRADUATES
NEW HAVEN, Conn., .Much 15. —
Cablegrams received h^y from Rub*
; ia declare that Nicholas Tchaikovsky,
the Russian revolutionist, secured his
r< |i a c at the trial last week through
evidence placed before the Russian
government by Vale undergraduates.
The chief charge agatntit him was
thut he was concerned In a conspiracy
hatched on February 13, 1907. The
defense was an alibi. Copies <>f the
Daily News (at fale) for February 14,
L 907, were put In evidei ai the trial
Knowing that Tchaikovsky was In
New Haven on the night In question,
delivering v lecture at Tale,
THE AMERICAN
WOMAN'S LEAGUE
Miss Margaret Spauldinjr of Los An:
Keles ims been awarded an honor stu
dent scholarship In the academy of fine
arts In the People's university at Uni
versity City, St. Louis. Miss Spauld-
Ing is only 16, but Taxilo Doat, the
world's authority on ceramics, says of
her modeling, "The sweep of tho lines
Is full of grace and beauty, and I have
never known so young an artist to
produce such strength and simplicity."
Ralph Chrsney Ott, head of drawing
and painting at the university, pays
a high compliment to the technique of
her work, and is sending her a set of
antiques. She will be under the per
sonal direction of two masters, who
expect great things of the young tiOS
Angeles girl, She has just won the
i prise of $25 for the cover design of the
Woman's Magazine. Her training has
1 been received in the Los Angeles high
school, where she modeled In clay two
notable literary pages for the school
magazine. Blue and White, and many
pen and Ink sketches besides the cover
for the "Winter '10" class play; also ■
trophy cup for Aviation, with a !
, woman's figure In high relief poised on
an eagle in full flight symbolizing the
control of man over air. After a year
at University City, Miss Spaulding
will go to Paris for special study.
The winning of the honor scholarship
Is the most coveted honor in the gift
of the American Woman's league; it
means a study under the direction of
the world's great masters and a salary
to defray personal llvln~ expenses; also
an opportunity to compete for a series
of prises, ranging from $500 to $3000.
is offered each term to the honor stu
dent. The winners are commissioned
to execute their designs for the art
gallery, tbe ceramic museums or the
beautifying of University City, It Is
open to genius, regardless of acre or
condition. A woman of 60, whoso life
had been spent in toll, joined the
league, and her desire for expression
led her to send a sketch in crude colors
on a piece of brown paper of an ear of
corn. Her ability was instantly recog
| nized, and she was summoned to Uni
versity city as an honor student.
The regular monthly meeting of the
E. G. Lewis chapter will be held Fri
day evening, March is. in the ballroom
of the Majestic, First and Hope streets.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Los Angeles chapter will be held Mon
day evening, March 21. at the res!d -nee
of U. B. Hallott, 2827 West Seventh
street.
Pasadena
A meeting of K. G. Lewis chapter Mo.
1 was held Tuesday evening, with the
I president. Miss Frances Shotwell, In
the chair. Eight members were en
rolled for the body building class con
ducted by Dr. Hi mi. K. Sweet of
Loi Angeles. Plans were made for or
ganizing classes In Spanish.
The regular meeting: of the Pasadena
ehftptpf was held in its club rooms in
the Board of Trade building Wednes
; day evening. The president, Miss Ellen
Louise Hicrhee. presided, and a poem,
"Up the Hill," was read by Mr. Hurl
burt. Th-> chapter was organized July
21, and members have been added at
every meeting, but Wednesday was the
banner night, as the following twenty
names were enrolled: Mesdnm«« Grace
Brayton. K. W. Flint, Delia J. Houston.
Marie W. Jones. Dor.a Keen. M. E.
Kloeckiier, Q. van di Sui 1. Alice
Wheeland find Jennie Ouebe; Misses
Marrarite F. Crager, Harriet Luce,
Clara R. Moore, Aim i D. McCobb.
May S. Kelley, Eva M. Spieres, and
Messrs. R. T. HodfClns, W. Hudson,
Arthur L. Kloeckner, Frank D. Kloeck
ner and O. J. Parker.
Mcdford, Oregon
The Medford chapter of th« Ameri
can Woman's league was organized the
last day of November and new members
twenty-six members. They have made
.mi application fora temporary charter,
but a permanent organization will soon
be perfected to qualify for a 13000
chapter house.
Sunland, California
The Bunland chapter gave a charm
ing evening in honor of Mr. Lewis'
forty-second birthday. Seventy-five
guests enjoyed a chicken pie dinner,
after Which there was music and
dancing. The chapter is planning a '
series of literary programs that will
be a delightful feature in the social life
of Sunland. Among the members are
! Virginia F. Rowley, jr. Alice Hug ■.
E. F. Lancaster, Grace F. Bauman,
Lottie S. Johnson, Netta E. Adams, 3
E. Graham, Elizabeth Freeman, Clan
Hlumfield, Mary G. Allgire, Mina Rich
ardson. George E. Huse, Lottie Won
ders, Ruth Bmeade, Lillian I. Phillips,
Katheryn E. Corey, Donna Harding,
Lulu Scott, Emma Kercher, J. E, Gra
ham, 3. J. Johnson and M. Keflinger.
Santa Barbara, California
The Santa Barbara chapter of the
American Woman's league held Its sec
ond meeting Monday evening at the
residence of the local representative.
Miss Alice C. Austin, in Mission can
yon. A musical and literary program,
with a reading by Miss Falrybelle
Johnson, was arranged for the enjoy
ment of the guests, Reports from Uni
versity City were enthusiastically re
reived by the members, who are re
joicing In a steady increase of mem
bership, a social hour followed the
refreshments.
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trade marka registered. PATENT LITI
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ents trade marks. Special assistance In
chemical, electrical, mining and complex
mechanical cases. 7:8 CENTRAL BLDG
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PATENTS AMI TRADEMARKS, ALL COUN
tries. A. 11. l.lin.i.lb. patent lawyer and
•ollcltor, 61!t Trust bldg., cur. 2\i ao4 Spring.
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All work dona satisfactorily to inspector.
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fur furniture, etc.; $1.50 and $2 per month.
Trunks, boxes, etc., 25c to oh-; open vans,
(ii per day, or Tic per hour. We pack and
ship household goods everywhere at re
duced rates. COLYEAR'S VAN AND
STORAGE CO., offices 609-11 8. Main st.
Warehouse 415-17 San Pedro st. Phones
F2171; Main 1117. 8-25-tf
HOfSEIIOLD GOODS MOVED IN MOD
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houses Private rooms. Coal and wood
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equipped and homelike hospital in the
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THE WEATHER
LOS ANGELES. March If, 1»1O._
Time. |Barom. |Ther. |Hum| Wind-IVie. |Weather.
tl.m! 30ri2~| B6~| 94 |~SHS '| l)"|l.t. rain.
s_p.m. 30.08 I" 62 I 71 | SM' | I■' 11, cldy.
Maximum temperature 70.
Minimum temperature £4.
Rainfall past 24 hours, .03 Inch.
Rainfall tor season 10.72 Inches.
Rainfall last season to date 16.70 inches.
Weather Conditions
SAN FRANCISCO, March 15. Following
were maximum and minimum temperatures
reported from eastern station* for pre
vious day: Chicago, 30-26; New York, 36
--24; Omaha, 46-32.
There ha* been a gradual fall In pressure
over the central and northern portion* of
California. Elsewhere there has been little
chance Conditions are such that a dis
turbance may appear on the coast of Cali
fornia south of Ban Francisco. Llshl rains
are reported In the San Joaquln valley and
at I.os Angeles.
Forecast
Southern California —Showery weather;
moderate south wind.
For San Francisco and vicinity —Unsettled
weather Wednesday; occasional showers;
brisk sooth wind.".
Northern California —Cloudy Wednesday,
Kith* showers; not so warm In the ureat
valley; moderate south wind.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
RAVILZ-UASMB— Ravlli, age "'•
and Sophie Leslie, age 19: natives of Rus
sia and residents of Los Angeles.
WILLIS-BURZTOUF— Horace E. WUIIs, age
as and Margaret I. Hurztnrf, age 21; na
tives of Montana and Michigan and rea
dents of Lo» Angeles. »
Me \WL-PENWARDEN— Elmer McAwl, age
20. and inn M. Penwarden. age 20; na
tlvas of Pennsylvania and residents of Los
Angeles.
MOSTELLEIt-LANr— vvilkle O, Mosteller
age 34. and Blanche E. Land, natives of
Kansas and Illinois and residents of Bell
Station. Cal.
gPOONKR-BRANNLIciH John I. Spooner.
„ ... 37, and Anna R. Hrnnnlich, age Hi
natives of California and Minnesota and
residents of Lob Angeles.
BRILL-HALLIDAY— Louis A. Brill, aga !«.
and Dora May Halliday. age 24; native, of
Arizona and Utah and residents of Lai
\nel '• and Sail Lake City.
HA ONGOZO-LAMNEOK-Krank Haron
goto age 67. and Elizabeth l.amneck age
47, natives of Hungary and residents of
BEHRENDT-HINDEN-Fred A. Behrendt
age 11, and Pauline Hlnden. «c JO. na
tlves of Russia and Germany and resi
dents of Taft and Los Angeles.
OR VY-JOHNSON— Elmer F. Gray, age 49.
and Emma J. Johnson, age 23; native' of
New Jersey and Illinois and residents of
jON°ES-?RWIN-aeorge H. Jones, age 27,
HhrreSvaX anY SiSSI oj
•J- • 1 calllofnia, and reildenti
of' Missouri nnd Califofnla. and residents
of Los Angeles.
BIRTHS
BOYS
GROUT-To Oeorge and Grace Grout, 539 West
LXvyLLE-To'.'SaUhew and Isabel. I-ave.le.
3329 East Second street.
«.lltl S
BENKLE To Davit and Esther Benkle, 239
Flgueroa street.
DEATHS
BULEY-George B. Bailey. MM Ptedeniont
avenue aged 43. native of Illinois; la grippe.
ROBFRTS-Mary E. Roberts, 1911 Sunset
.boulevard, ate,63. native of Utah; endocar-
NAKAOAWA-Nlklchl Nakagawa, county hos
pital. age 3S, native of Japan; tuberculoei..
HOFFNER C K. Hoffner, Angelui hospital,
ago 10, native of Virginia; meningitis cero-
HrrDERSON-Jane 11. Huderaon, 231 North
Grand avenue, age M, native of Iowa;
phthisis pulna inalli „,,,
CREIQHTON Jamee M. Crelghton. 802', East
Fifth street, age 58. native of Canada; ery
w'ElSS^Mary Weiss, 600 East Fifth street.
age 3S. native of Germany: heart disease.
CARSON-Harry Carson. East I-os Angeles
police station, age 42, native of Penr-syl
vanla; niori.hlni' poisoning. ,
DIED
BOWERS—Entered Into reit at Santa M0n1
,,, Saturday, March 12. Mlo. the very
Rev. Herbert E. Bower*. I). D.. LL. D.,
age 46 years. Funeral Wednesday, March
16 at 3 p. m. from St. AugUitlne'e-by-the-
Sea Santa Monica. The lit. Rev. Joseph
H. Johnson, bishop of Los Angeles, will
conduct the services. Dallas and Qalves
ton Texas; Little Rock. Ark., and To
ronto, Canada, papers please copy. ■
3-10-1
TIIAYFR—At 1011 North Alvarado street. Mary
j. Thayer. beloved wife of I. B. Thayer
■ and mother of Walter H. Thayer of Orlvalle,
Wash • John J. Thayer of Spokane, Wash.;
Mrs Stanley Pulford and Mrs. Frank Hlg.
gins of this city. Funeral today at 2:30
o'clock from residence, 1011 North Alvarado
etreet. Friends Invited. 3-16-1
BAILEY — O. E. Bailey died March 11, 1910.
To be burled March 13. at 2 p. m. in
Evergreen cemetery. • 3-15-2
MARTENN —Peter E. Martenn died March
14 1910. Will be burled Wednesday
afternoon, March 16, In Evergreen ceme
tery; 3-\b--
CEMETERIES
INGLEWOOD PARK
CEMETERY
Two miles outside of city limits on the Los
Angeles and P.edondo Ry.; 800 acres of per
fect land with Improvements outclassing
any cemetery on the coast. _«...
207 S. Broadway, room 202. Phones F3303;
Main 4659. Supt. phone v.<.',:i:;. 4-l-12m
EVERGREEN cemetery
The los Angeles Cemetery association,
Boyle Height*, near illy limits. Operated
under perpetual charter from I.oh Angeles
city. Modern chapel and crematory.
Office, :i:ii> Bradbury llldg.
Phones Main 654 1 .Aillill.
Cemetery Home DIOM:!; lioyle 0.
6-6-12 m
"ROSEDALE CEMETERY
An endowed memorial park, noted for Its
natural beauty; endowment fund for per
petual care, over $230,000; modern receiv
ing vault, chape], crematory and columbar
ium; accessible. City office, SUITE 302-306
EXCHANGE Hl.ixi.. N. E. cor. Third and
Hill st». Phones Main 909; A 3620. Cemetery
office, 1831 W. Washington st. Phones 72838;
West 80. .'•;'• 6-2-12ra
UNDERTAKERS
INDEPENDENT OF THUS TRUST
We win fuiTii^ii for $:r. haarae, two hacks,
cinhHlminK* shroud and cloth covered! casket.
QODKAU ,< MARTINONI.
Main ottlee 527 B, risueroa. ll^mr 53427)
Broadwaj J7SI Branch office*, ':i-':i Brush
street, ;:(i.. Montgomery avenue, mm F\ in
clbco; IKHS Franklin street, Oakland. Hncka
fnr liir.-. 1.n.1y utt.-tnl.int :MiMI
CHURCH NOTICES
Cferistlai Science Services
Second Church of Christ, Scientist
at the church edifice on West Adams street,
near Hoover. Service.: Sunday 11 a, m. and
8 p. mi.; sermon from tne Christian Science
quarterly. Subject, "MATTER," Sunday
school 11 a. m.; Wednesday evening meeting
8 o'clock. Reading rooms, "04 Herman W.
Hellman Bids . Sprint and Fourth st*.,
open daily, Sundays excepted, from 9 a. m.
to i p. iii. 3-14-7
NOTICE TO CHURCHES— COPY FOR ALL
church notices for the Saturday and Sun
day morning Issues In requested to be
turned In at The Herald office by Friday
noon, If possible. This will assure proper
classification and publication. 2-11-tf i
PENIEL HALL, 221 S. MAIN. NOON I'RAY
er meeting daily; gospel meeting every
night. 3-1-*'"''
MUSICAL INSTRUCTION
FliEsT""" FREE!
YON BTEIN ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
1419 80. Grand aye.
Largest musical collpro west of Chicago.
Announcing the coming distribution of the
following four
FRKE SCHOLARSHIPS:
(For any Instrument or voice)
On* student to recelvo Instruction, muslo
books, etc., absolutely FREE until grad
uated.
'One student to receive Instruction, music
books, etc., absolutely FRKE for two years.
Two students to receive Instruction, every
thing FREE, for one year each.
No registration fees or expense of any
kind attached to this offer. Wo are deter
mined to locate' talent In need of cultiva
tion. For conditions and further particulars
apply in person to tin-* Secretary of this In
stitution. Names and addresses .of the 4
prize scholars will be mailed to each appli
cant as proof that our offer Is genuine.
No attention paid to letten or phone
messages; do not hesitate, but call per
sonally; this opportunity will not come noon
again 3 -15 - ■">
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN, SECURED 11Y FIRST
and second mortgages on real estate, large
and email amounts, or payable monthly.
Mortgages, trust deeds and contracts issued
for the sale of real estate bought.
NOURSE & CO., 202-204 L. A. Trust Bldg.,
Second and Spring. Both phones. 3-12-lmo
HOMKX TO LOAN
$50,000 to loan on real estate, city or coun
try, 6 to 7 per cent, amounts to suit.
MOYBR & GILBERT. 101 11. W. Hellman
Bldg. Home phone A 8827; Main 6474.
10-i-tf
PLENTY OF 8 AND 7 PER CENT MONEY
as long as yfj want It on gilt edge se
curity. WAYBHIGHT-BUTLEH CO.,
428-629 Security Bidg. F1603; Bdwy. 2462.
J-U-tf
MONEY LOANED ON REAL ESTATE
mortgage security; contracts for sale of
real estate, mortgaces and trust deeds
purchased. CHARLES LANTZ, attorney.
408 BulHrd BIU. wed-su-6mo
MONEY TO LOAN ON HEAL ESTATE,
full loans and prompt appraisals. CLEVE
LAND * CLEVELAND. 435 H. W. Hell
inan bl-ig. M. 5986: A 2450. 2-17-lmo
MONEY TO SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO., 411 O. T.
Johnson Bldg. 3-14-tf
R. W. I'OINDEXTBR, 409 WILCOX BLDO.,
will loan you what you need on real es
tate, stocks and bonds, Building loans a
specialty. 6-9-tf
MONEY LOANED ON DIAMONDS, FURNl
ture, pianos and any kind of security; low
rates. JOHNSON. 339 H. W. H.illman
Bhlg. . 2-18-6 mo
i TO LOAN—SALARIED PEOPLE; NO RED
tape; without security; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE, 419 Henne Bldg.
10-4-tt
SALARY LOAN'S—LOWEST RATES, CON
fldentlal. 611 O. T. JOHNSON BLDO.,
Fourth and Broadway. 12-9-tf
MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST AND SECOND
mortgages. R. R. EMPLOYEES LOAN CO..
601 Merchants Trust Bldg. 2-lf-lmo
PRIVATE MONEY, 8 TO 7 PER CENT.
LOCKHART & BON. 601 H. W. Hellman
Bldg. A 7652. S-10-tf
TO LOAN—MONEY. FRED d. WEEK, 300
H. W. Hullman Bldg. Bdwy. 4522; F1079.
t-17-ltnn
ATTORNEYS.AT.LAW
COST IN DIVORCE SUITS »12; MARRIAGE
laws explained. Come and talk It over. Con
sultation free. Hours 8 to 5; evenings, 7 to
8; Sundays, 11 to 12. 525 Bryson Block.
3-10-6 mo
PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS A SPECIAL
ty; estates and claims settled; marriage
laws explained; advice free. 702 FAY
BLDG. A47U9. 3-13-lmo
E. M. WITTS, NOTARY PUKLIC—PEN
• lvii papers, wills. Insurance and collec
tions negotiated. 244 Vi S. BROADWAY.
l-l»-t(
DIVORCE LAWS OF NEVADA-
Full Information without charge. Address
H. E. FULLER, Attorney, GoldQeld, Nev.
S-6-tf
J. MARION BROOKS (EX-U. C. ATTY.),
Cham, of Com. bldg. Office evenings; notary.
3-8-tf
BATHS
OPPOSITE LOS ANQELEB-PACIFIC CO.'S
depot, tub baths and scalp treatments.
Hours 9 a. m. till 9 p. - m., any entrance,
MRS. AGNES JOHNSTON, 454 S. Hill,
suite 1. 8-13-lyr
VAPOR AND SPRAY BATHS, CHIROP*
ody, open Sundays. viii* S. SPRING ST.,
room S. 2-23-lmo
SCIENTIFIC MASSAGE] CHIROPODISTS,
baths. JEAN LUNN, 520 S. Broadway.
2-17-tf
BATHS AND ELECTRIC TREATMENT. 218
S. BROADWAY. ROOM 220. »-24-Bmo
SEWING MACHINES
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO.. NOW
permanently located at 714 S. Broadway tf
IMPERIAL VALLEY DIRECTORY
GREAT THING FOR NAMES FOR MAIL
order houses. Address ALBERT G. THURS
TON, Pasadena. 3-IJ-7
ADVERTISERS
______
Count six average words as one Una.
No nil. accepted for less than the price
of threo lines.
The Herald reserves the right to re
vim- advertisements and to reject or omit
and refund the amount paid-
Report promptly to the classified man
ager failure to get returns or experience
with fraudulent or dishonest advertisers.
Two or morn Insertion! are better than
one. Try a three-tlrno ad. Result! al
most certain for anythln'g. ,
For contract solicitors and advertising
advke call
SUNSET MAIN 8000
HOME 10211
AM) ASK FOB CLASSIFIED MANAGER
SPECIAL~RATES
Want ad«. le n word rnch Insertion.
lionniH fur rrnl. 1 llnea, :: times.
Rooms with board. 1 lines, 3 times,
25 CENTS
HEM 1 WANTKDMaIe nml female, 3
lini'-, 3 time*,
25 CENTS
SITUATIONS WANTED
I FREE
WANTED
Help— Male
WANTED—GOOD BO* FOB MORN IMS
ItOl'TK, MM Til <>|- HKVKNTII AMI
BAST OF BROADWAYi PAYS #10 I'KR
MONTH. CAM. BIIWAV. Hiit. 3-16-tf
WANTED—
Boys to carry Herald routes in Bnyl« Heights
and east of Central aye. Sea CIRCULA
TION MANAGER. »-7-U
Nil EXPENSE TO LEARN ELECTRICITY,
plumbing, bricklaying, automoblllng on
contract jobs In few months' time. No ap
prentloeahlp or helpers' work, ('aialt>Ku>i
free. UNITED TRADES SCHOOL CON
TRACTING CO., ill Allso St., Los Ange
la* ,-•-■ 10-4-tt.
CIGAR SALESMEN wanted—
ence mneceeaary; sell our brands to tho re
tall trade; big pay; write for full particulars
at once. GLOBE CIGAR CO., Cleveland O.
i-23-lOut
WANTED—BOY TO DO OFFICE WORK IN
exchange for commercial course; small
•alary. NATIONAL SCHOOLS OF TYPE
WRITING, 610 Chamber of Commerce.
8-3-tf
COLLEGE AND NORMAL GRADUATES TO
register for positions In Arizona, Nevada
and California. BOYNTON TEACHERS'
AGENCY. 621 Stlmson block. 8-20-1 mj
4- Help—Frmale
WANTED—STENOGRAPHER IN REAL
estate uftlce. BOX til. Herald. 3-15-3
WANTEDYOUNG LAO If To DO OFFICJd
work In exchange fur Spanish and short
hand Instruction; small salary. NATION
AL SCHOOLS OF TYPEWRITING, 610
Chamber of Commerce. 3-3-tf
LADIES AND GIRLS AT HOME. STEADY
or evenings; can stamp transfer, 11.50
doz. upward; original, reliable linn. Room
114 UASON lil.ucj.. 11l W. Fourth.
»-18-tt
WANTED—YOUNG LADY TO STUDY
shorthand anil bookkeeping; can pay when
we llnd you a position. NATIONAL
SCHOOL OF TYPEWRITING, 610 Cham
ber of Commerce. S-3-tt
WANTED — SEVEN LADIES QUICK—
iiauiy culture pays big. Learn right.
FLORENTINE HAIRDRESSINO COL
LEGE, corner Broadway. Entrance ii:
Mercantile place. *-2-tf
WANTKI>— I.ADV DEMONSTRATOR, UXK
who iiaa some ni»lianieal knowledge anil
kales ability. WOO I ill. 1.-Ill 11-Mi »;i.t.C
'I ISK'.YI. CO., turner Third und Main.
3-15-3
WANTIiD-LADIES TO DO PIECE WORK
at home; experience unneoeaaary; hours 10
to 4._455 S. BROADWAY, room 33. 3-10-7
Help—Male and Femal*
WANTED—MEN 4.ND WOMEN TO LEARN
toe barber tr&i.v; guaranteed In eight
weeks. Cats'.nrua free. MOIILBR BAR
BER COLL&3E. 128 E. Second St. 7-1-tt
Situations —Mate
WANTED—POSITION WITH SOME RE
liable in in as bookkeeper or with sonm
mm to do clerical . work; experienced
bookkeeper; can furnish good references.
Address BOX 2|»A. R. F. D. No. 6. Los
Angeles. 3-10-J
WANTED—POSITION BY MARRIED MAN
as gardener and good hand with horses;
references given. BOX Sto. Herald.
3-15-3
EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY EXPBRl
enced detective; corporation and private
cases handled. BOX 151. Herald. 3-15-3
Situations—Femalo
HIGHLY EDUCATED GERMAN WIDOW
woman, middle aged, economical, good
seamstress, wishes position as housekeep
er In widowers family with children.
MAIN 4751. 3-15"*
WANTED-WASHINO BY THE DAY OR
hour. Will take washing at home or go out
and wash; or will d> light bousecleanlng.
Call at M Concord 81., MRS. JOHNSON.
1-9-tf
POSITION AS MATRON OF SCHOOL. OK
charge of a first class apartment or room-
Ing house, on salary; probably buy later;
bett-references. Address P. O. BOX 4JJ7.
Los Angeles. 1-18-3
WANTED— PRACTICAL NURSING; CON-
Bnemenl cases preferred; $1.60 day, and
night board. MRS. B. DEAN, 22:1 8. Aye.
18, city. i i'lo'].
GERMAN WOMAN WANTS CHAMBER
work or restaurant work. Call at SOU
lIA V RD ST.. rear. 3-11-8
Situations—Male and Femalo
, WANTED— WORIt IN PRIVATE HOUSE,
120 mouth, room and board, while attend
ing school; school hours from - to 5 p. m.
P. O. BOX 347. City. l-11-tl
To Purchase —Miscellaneous
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR FEATHER
beds. 758 SAN PEDRO »T. Phon««
FSiHI: Main 110*. U-11-it
LEATHER WEDS—PAY » TO MS EACH.
Address J. RYAN, 630 r-n Pedro st. U-l-ti
To Purchaseßeal Estate ;"
WANTED-
In Oneonta, South Pasadena or Hollywood,
■•room, I modern house; must be a bargain.
Owners only.
Address BOX 5000, Herald.
3-18-2t
WANTED TO BUY—A RANCH, ORANGE OK
alfalfa. F. M. TAYLOR. 2934 E. First st. .
3-13- tf
LOST AND FOUND
LOST— SUNDAY NIGHT, SMALL PURSE
containing ' pearl sunburst, diamond cen
ter, azurlte necklace; 1 plain ring. .Liberal
reward If returned to 225 W. EIGHTH
g'P 't. ;- 3-15-3
FOUND-A BUNCH OF KEYS ON SCARFF
hi. Sea CIRCULATION MCJR.. Herald of
fice. *V 8-L»-t*

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