OFFK'K, 30 WEST COLOBAOO BTftBBT. PhOBM ifiS:.
PURCHASE SITE fOR
PASADENA BOARD OF EDUCA-
TION CLOSES DEAL
Grounds and Buildings Which Will Be
Utilized in Connection with
Polytechnic High Are
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PASADENA, March 80.—The board of edu
cation last evening accepted the revised offer
of the B. O. Kendall company on the Villa
street school site free of buildings for MNS.OW.
and a supplementary offer of bulldlnga on
the Waterhouse property and a house on |
adjoining properly for 12400, these building
to be used for the department of domestic
science in connection with the proposed new :
polytechnic high achoolo. This settle! the hlßli j
school site problem and the board Will met ,
Monday nlcht to fix the amount of bonds in
be called for anil Bet the date of the bond
The action of the school board Us) evening
la the result of two months" Inrettlfratlon.
durlns which time fifty sites were considered,
ranging In price fro ma free site offered In
the northwest section to one held at 1178.0 W.
The offer of the B. O. Kendall company,
which was accepted, Is as follows:
"We have secured options expiring .Tune 1". .
1910, on all that property bounded by Villa
and Santa Barbara streets and Lake and El
Mollno avenues, excepting lota 13, 14, 1". 10, 17
and IS of the t,«cey tract, so thai wo can
deliver to you without the Improvements for
the sum of ninety-live thousand dollars
(JiC.OOO) subject to taxes fiscal year 1910-11."
The supplementary offer. Including Improve
ments, was as follows: "We can deliver the
Improvements located on lot 20 and on lots II
and 27 of Shoup's addition to Ollvewood for
the sum of $2400, and In my Judgment these
Improvements on th? ground arc worth much
On the Question of -accepting thu latter of- I
fer the board wan irulded to pome extent j
by the following letter from Pnr>erlntend«nt I
Hamilton as to the desirability of the buildings |
tor »chool purposes:
"At the request of the president of the ,
board I have inspected the bulldin* now lo- |
cated upon the property ltnown as th» Water- j
house place on th ecorner of Villa street and
Lake avenue, with reference to its use ai
temporary quarters for domestic science and I
domestic arts and allied lines of work for I
high nehool (irlSi and would report that In I
my opinion It ran be utilized with but little
change In It" Interior arrangements for that
part men of work and to very good pur
PASADENA FEDERATION OF
W. C.T. U. ELECTS OFFICERS
Mrs. Carrie Johnston Is Chosen as
President to Head Organiza
tion for Year
PASADENA. March 31.—At the annul meet-
Ing of the Federated w. C. T. L". of Pasadena
>esterday th« following officers were elected;
Mrs. rarrle Johnston, president; Mrs. Ken
yea Warren, vice president; Mrs. Isabell Mi
i'rea. recording secretary; Mrs [da Ford, cor
responding secretary; Mrs. Eva Ke< •■ Benson,
Mrs. Kebecea J. West. Woodtuiry mud and
>Inrenno avenue, was notified of her previous
election by the state federation as a life mem
ber, Bhe has been an active worker In the
\V. c. T. r. for over twenty years, li a for
mer president of the Ventura county unions
and has been ■ resident of Pasadena for twelve
Mrs. Mary rase Lord, a former resident nt
I'onadfn*, extended greetings to the members
nnd ■poke i ii the early da] - here, when the
site of the present First Methodist church was
an orange (trove. She told of the first light
over the saloons here, and how tiny were
An address was delivered by Rev. T. H.
Hushes on "Paternal Power," ami Mrs. Hes
■i Qrlflltfa told of the coming state conven
tion to be held In If* Angeles May 11 to 17.
The federated union h'-re Include! six unlnns
and one "Y." with ■' combined membership
if over 4*l over Kventy-nvt were present at
POLO PONIES DELAYED
PASADENA, March 31.— Tl • live carloads -
of polo ponies which •►re due In Pasadena, 1
last evenini from Coronadn will arrive thl*
nic.rninK. The members of the Uermo»lllo I
(Mexico) team, which will play In the match'! ;
Saturday at Tournament park, are staying at j
Hotel Maryland. William Dev.reaux, who was |
•cbeduled as No. 2 on the team, will l»e un- j
able to play "■' account «t a blow <.n the i
I . a ,i. received In the laal match at Coronado. I
The revised lineup for Hermoallla I": Capt.
.1. c Beali y, R( glnald Weiss. F.wter Symea
..nil Thomas W«laa The members <it' tha
Coronado team will arrive here today. The
recently organln I'asa.i.na Polo club, under
n'hoaa au-j'i< i'-s the Saturday matches will be
held, organized a am yesterday ioni|i of
Dr. A. 11. Savage. Fred R. Emery, J. H. Mc-
Coy, jr., and Frank li. Hngan.
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REACH FINALS IN TOURNEY
PASADENA, March 31.—The final round! m
th« Annandale calf championship for buth [
men and women will start today at 1" o'clock, ;
In the men's championship K. R. William* ',
v ill play ngainst lint?" .I.iliii-i !i. In a :?'<-
DR. MARGARET C. GOETTI.ER
LICENSED PRACTICING PHYSICIAN.
Home for invalids. Cure by acientW diet,
manage, herbal and vapor bathi; Knelpp's:
pack* and gushea; electricity, vibration,
physical culture. etc. Outside patients
treated at liom-) or office. Homo table.
rates reasonable. Ml N. EUCLID WE
Home l-.'l": Main ""IS. 3-4-1 m.-.
PASADENA.L. A. EXCHANGES
OUR dPECIALTV—LOS A.\'ii:i.i:s r I
dena exchanges. Lint with us. CITIZENS
REALTY CO., 3'W Chamber of Commerce, ;
I'asadena. 3-l::-lrni I
PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING
— WAI.! i. A. JOHNSON
Over 20 years experience. 298 WORCESTER
AYE. Home 3400. Sunset 1K29. 8-8-lmo j
STONE'S LUNCH ROOM
DELICATESSEN' IN CONNECTION; ALL
home cooking; women cook.", tables for
ladles. 119 N. FAIR OAKS AYE
DICKSON'S MONEY-BACK STORE
SOLE AGENT ACORN HAS RANUEB.
Stoves and furniture taken In exchange. j
Either phone, 197. We'll call to »ec you.
42 WEST COLORADO ST. 3-r.i lino I
PASADENA MILLING CO.'S "BEST" |
THE iiEST FAMILY FLOUR MAuK.
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. I
CROWN CITY DYE WORKS
CLEANING, DYEING. PRBSSINQ. WE
call and deliver. Both phones 808.
204 EAST COLORADO STREET,
PASADENA SHOE HOSPITAL
HK.VH SEWED BOLES AND HEELS, $1.00;
ladleB". BDc. 1&4 NORTH FAIR OAKS AYE.
PASAOENA RUG WORKS
iskW lIUQS MADE FROM ANY OLD 'Alt
pet. Floor polishing and carpet cleaning.
iVNSKT 919, HOME 1638. 3-13-lmo
hole match. The contestants In the women's j
finals an Mrs. C. R. Williams and Miss t»a- j
1" ! Smith In an ls-hole match.
In tin- men's semi-flmila yesterday K. R.
Williams defeated K. 1". Oaten, two up. and
Huso Johnston* defeated Dr. 8. O. Dunham, '
In the women's semi-finals. Mr». C, n. Wll- |
Hams won from Miss Kate Melius five up and
three to play; Hiss Isabel! Smith won from r
Mrs. J. V. Eliot, five up and four to play.
BUILDING FUND INCREASED
1 PASADENA^ March 81. -The total subscrip
tlona to the V. M. C. A. building fund re
ported nt the end of the fiscal day yesierdav ,
at the noonday luncheon In Ins Mnnti n :
i building was 110,145, mail B grpnd total i
to da'e of $41,145 toward the lino. to b9 '
railed in six days. President J. E. i -ar|<crter
! of tiie v. M. '' A. reported a contribution of
*;."fio from M. <;. Norton, a retired blialneU
• man of Milwaukee whose \\':\'r resident?*
' here Is at 25 South Orange Orove nvenU*.
Dr. S. J. While reported a donation of
I iiooo from C. P. Gates of South Pasadena.
Yesterday's contributions <v*re credited a? fal
lows: Division A, with li. J.. Test as i hall '
j man. 13326; division B, with C. H. Yearl»n us .
chairman, ?:«-'.">: miscellaneous. lirton.
PASADENA BUILDING NEWS
j PASADENA. March Walter Richardson (
has announced his Intention of applying for >
| a permit to erect a brick business block on j
> life Tironertv. 50 by 1?S f*>ei, on the north «•■!» ;
'of T'nlon street, east of th» city hall. The i
proposed structure will cost between $70v) and i
One building permit wan issued yesterday
for JCTiifl to f^ottte Mac Baker for a two- j
story, eight-room frame reßiil?nce at 243 West i
California street. I
PASADENA SOCIETY GOSSIP
fvsAi-rxV March 30— Princess Kawana-,
kowao of Honolulu, and Mrs. W'ynn and Ml**
Wynn of St. Louis were guests of honor ot a
luncheon given yesterday by Mrs. Charles
Crans Perkins nt her Waverly drive home to j
a few Pasadena friends. The dororatlnns and '
place cards were suggestive of the Hawaiian
Islands. Mrs, Perkins formed the acquaint
ance of the princess while residing in the
lslan.l* for two years. .■ ;
j Mrs. T. P. Phillip*. 300 Palmetto drive, and I
Miss Sarah K. Phillips were hostesses at a |
musicals and tea at Annandale y^M^rtiny. !
geventy-nve women of Pasadena and Los An- j
ftplps were guests Decorations were In wls- '
tarla and Irlit, with pa Inn and ferns for a I
background A large candelabra decorated the !
tea tiible on the veranda. The tables were pre- J
uliled over by "Mis Joseph D. Condit and Mr«. <
llf my H. Trowbridge. The musical program
was furnished by Mrs Clara Henley Hussdng,
vocal I «t. and Harrison Williams, pianist.
Twi tity-five frlendi of Mrs. R. C Davis
-.<>•'■■ entertained yesterday ot her home, u»i- j
Beltefontalne street, In honor of Mi- Earl '
j Nash, a visitor here, and Mrs. Raymond Bey
! ley, a recent bride and lister of the hostess.
The afternoon was speni at five hundred. Cali
fornia popples and pear blossoms were used
In decoratlnic. |
A pre-faiew*>ll reception to Rev and Mrs. ]
Malcolm MacLeod will be held In th« Fres j
bvterlan church this evening from 7:30 to 10 j
o'clock. All members of the congregation are ,
; invited. !
I "Word han ben rpc^ivpfj lierp of the marriage
lln San Francisco of Victor 1. short, former
city editor of the Puadena News, and Miss
I Alvla May < run of Ban Francisco.
PASADENA NEWS NOTES
! PASADENA, March 31.—Members of the i
city am ii and repr^Rfntatives of a number <
of civic an-I Mmt*clvt< organization* will
inert with the hoani of trada director* tonlftht
to .-'it!*- on plans for acquiring the mi lit*
: and adjoining property to the north for a ,
eaninu and y<laygrounds Pit". !
| six Judges. Instead of four an previously, j
i will be required to pan on the large numb**] I
of entries In the flower ii ow which openi j
today In Weil Colorado street near the Salt I
I.uke ■I- pot |
I Word has been received from Hood River,
Ore that T. K. Deßussey, a former resi
dent of }'aeadena, died recently at that place
of hea 1 failure.
The two new Indian motorcycle* for the
pollci department «■• !■■ placed In commission
loda) for ti ■ ■ ■■■• of m erhaullnf
It has been annnunopd that the AJtad^na hill
rlinib haH b^en officially ailed ofT for this
year aftor p*?v?ral poi»tjton*»mpntii.
Th<* hardware ■ ■ of Pasadena have ar
?;tiiK**'l to cii.':-■■> Saturday* at noon during
IMi v, June, July, AUfrust and Beptei I
Walter Hamilton, .i negro, charged with
ahootlnff the ;'."hio jockey, -A! Clark, on
Mun h 7. a i- bound over to t!ie superior court
by Judge McDonald yesterday and ball fixed
lat ton). f>n account of the Improved condi
tion tif ■ irk, who declares that he will be
j riding by the first nf May, th» bail was made
low and It In thoviKht the d»f'-nrlant will be
ui>l» to ralwe the amount.
I Bpei lai on awnings at the Hue House.
ItttTirr at Brad's, S9B Third st.
rhunrs: Home 380; Sunset Main 380. I ,
ON PLEASURE JAUNT
j Train of Private Cars Used to Convey
Sightseers Into Temecula
and San Jacinto
BAN BERNARDINO March So.—A party
Of officials (it the ii.a.l of tlie traffic depart
ment of the Santa Fe system are tourlnt
] tlie i'om;jau,v'.i lines in Southern California
ion a eijiht-seeing trip. In the party are
Vice President George T. Nicholson, In
I charge uf the traffic department: I-'reißht
j Traffic Manager V, B. Houghton, ami Pas
sen»er Traffic Manager W. .1 Black, with
their wives, all of chicaßo; Genera] Freight
! Agent v. if. Barnwell ami General Superln.
tendenl I. 1,. Hllbhard nt i "- Angeles.
They are fining over the division In a spe
cial" train composed of the private cars nf
I the officials. Today they visited the San
i Jacinto and Tenie^uia country, having ppenl j
' la-t nieht at Riverside. The trip li com*
j pleted today when the party returns to L<»s
MANY WITNESSES TESTIFY
s w BERNARDINi '. Man h 90. II ,!:
Ii b<J of Rlveraldcn today were In i ■ •
• » testify to the \<n<! reputation 01 M
i \. Landwehr, tho plaintiff In tin 1110, I mln
j Ihk BUlt, now In prnjrn«s. .lii'ij;" West, «i"> ia |
i iik. declined to allow Landwehr'i attor
■ ■ Interrogatfl the wltneaaea at to their j
quallflcatlona to testify '"\ tl"- point at Is'iie. |
POSTMASTER REAPPOINTED j
SAN BERNARDINO. March 80. A dispatch
received today from Washington states that
Btephen F. Kellej. for the pant twelva years
postmaster in San Bernardino, was today non> |
Inated by President Tafi to bui ceed himself. I
21 KILLED. 139 INJURED
IN WRECK IN GERMANY
All Those Killed in Collision Were
' Soldiers Returning to Strasburg
] Following Easter Leave
MULHEIM-'AM-UH I: Ix. March 30.—
The North German Lloyd express train
from Hamburg and Bremen for Genoa
run past danger signals today and
crashed Into the rear of a train filled
With soldiers who were returning to
Strasburg following their Easter leave.
Four cars of i in- latter train v ■ re
telescoped. The official ligt gives
twenty-one soldiers dead, thirty-nine)
severely Injured and more than 100
slightly Injun d.
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lour name —la It un page 6?
LOS A\(;I:LKS IlKHALl): TIH'USDAY 3I.ORXIXG, MAIUH :U, 11)10.
BIG FIRM CLOSES
Forced to vacate and make room for a merchant willing to pay more rent —Spring
Street's Largest Clothing Store closes up in 10 days
YEARS AND YEARS THIS MERCHANT HAS BEEN ON SPRING STREET AND NOW BEGS AND HUMBLES HIMSELF TO THE PEOPLE TO COME
AND BUY HIS GOODS AT ANYTHING THEY ARE WILLING TO PAY , .
Today, This Morning, 9 o'Clock Sharp, the Big Clothing Slaughter Commences
iSQ C^ifK Cnfinn> C#- Between Third and Fourth, Is the Place
O O OUUtil jpilllg k?l«) Sale Will Positively Last TEN DAYS ONLY
Panto PrirpQ for Ten DayS Ofllv $5000 Men's Furnishing Goods
rants rices ior leu uayb umy At 25c on the Dollar
Thousands of Men's Pants, worth up to $10.00. Pants will be sold during this sal? as cheap as 95c. #
Sale opens this morning at 9 a. m. sharp, and lasts 10 days only. Thir. Big Store carries furnishings which would be a credit to
UP TO IS MEN'S SUITS. STRING STREET STYLES AN LATEST PATTERNS; VALUES l^TlnX^to^TrL SIZ ZS&SSZZZ
UP TO $20, MUST BE of any kind: these goods all go at 2 5c on the dollar.
OOIU 2lt !(|)S.UU SALE OPENS 9A. M. SHARP
750 MEN'S DRESS SUITS Worth from $25.00 to $27.50, at $9.95. This BIG STORE Will Close Out Every Suit in the House Within the Next 10 Days. Prices
Don't Make Any Difference. Overcoats and Cravenettes at 25c on the Dollar. •
Six Hundred Dozen Men's Black 15c $1.50 Dress Shirts; fifteen different Coat Sweaters worth up to $3.00 will be - FORCED 0 VACATE
oix nunuicu w. v sold at 5Qc Sale opens 9 a m s harp. Fancy Hose, Handkerchiefs and any-
Hose, while they last, at 5 cents a styles during this sale. All Coat Shirts Thousands of dollars' worth of goods to thing a man wears will be sold within 10
pair. 9a. m. sharp is the time. at 45 cents. choose from. ■ days at 25c on the dollar. '■"->:
This Big Store Must Get Out—That's All There Is About It
THREE BIG CASES FULL OF HATS. WORTH UP TO $7.00; THESE HATS MUST BE SOLD; PRICE DON'T MAKE ANY DIFFERENCE. PICK
YOUR HAT OUT FOR THE PRICE YOURSELF. MONEY IS WHAT WE WANT.
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350 Men's Suits, odd styles, small sizes, stouts and slims, worth up to $45. Anything they will bring.
328 S. Spring St., Between Third and Fourth, and Next Door to Jim Jeffries' Saloon, Is the Place, and This Morning, 9a. m. Sharp, Is Day. Sale Lasts 10 Days Only.
Look for the Big Sign on the Top of the Store Marked
United Salvage Clothing Co. of America, on 328 South Spring Street
A Dollar at This Store at the Present Time Is Worth $5.00. Sale Opens 9a. m. Sharp.
~~~ 600 Uncalled For Tailored Made Suits
THIS BIG STORE HAS A TAILOR SHOP IN CONNECTION AND WILL OFFER TO THE PUBLIC SUITS WORTH UP TO $75.00 FOR 10 DAYS
ONLY THESE ARE UNCALLED FOR AND HAND TAILORED; ALL SIZES. ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY—SI4.4S.
• ~ 10,000 People Can Make Money During This Sale
We have that amount of suits in stock, which must be sold. Prices don't make any difference. Sale opens this morning, 9a. m. sharp. ,
~~~~ • Forced to Vacate and We Must Get Out
128 S Soring Street is the place, next door to Jim Jeffries' Saloon. Marked with a big sign across the top marked UNITED SALVAGE CO. OF AMERICA. Sale
opens' 9 a. m sharp and lasts 10 days only. 328 South Spring Street is the place, between Third and Fourth.
~~ IF YOU DON'T WANT TO BUY, COME DOWN AND SEE US ANYHOW. SUITS FOR EVERYBODY.
MINERS WILL GET
RAISE, SAYS LEWIS
President of International Body Denies
General Strike Is Probable.
Work Will Cease in
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March SO -
•The memberi of the national • secutlve
board will have their Instructions
,., atrection of whatever strl*
the bituminous coal districts may b ■
wiry when they leave Indianapo
lis tomorrow night," said Thomas U
; L,ewla presideni of the L'nlted Mine
VV»rk< re, tonight. "3 "hall go first Into
the Illlnoln field.
■ \t midnight tomorrow night tni re
will be a suspension of work In some
district*, l'ut it will leal only a few
,1. 1%S an.l no one will suffer logs. rlii
miners "ill get their uniform advance
,i wage, of 6 cents b ton all over
America and there will be no ba<l
-This natter should have b< n
cleared up In oui Joint confer I
Cincinnati. Factional troubles among
the opi r itors as well as among the
miners prevented, but we •hau come
(.ut all rlghi In a very short time."
; OPERATORS SEEK SETTLEMENT
PHILADELPHIA, March 30.—Mem
bers of ih" Central Pennsylvania Bl
tumlnoui > 'oal < iperatora association
left here tonight for Dubois, I'm..
where they "ill me i officials of the
miners tomorrow a_nd endeavor t" ad
just the wage Bcale.
FORTY MINUTES RECORDED
St. Louis Scientist Believes Reports
of Trouble Will Come from
ST. l.< iris. March 80 The nelsmo
! graph ai St, Louis university registered
I earthquakes here lasting forty minutes,
i They began at 11:45:05 o'clock this
■ morning with a north to south move
! incut, and three minutes later the
movement was from tha ea«t to the
Father Goesse, who has charge ot
the seismograph, bellevi reports of an
,ai thquake «ill come from the north
vest. The maximum movement from
ii,,. north to the south was recorded at
1^:11:30 o'clock, and the maximum west
to'earn at 12:01:50.
SEATTLE OBSERVER SAYS
EARTHQUAKE IS IN ITALY
SEATTLE, March 30.— Earthquake
tremors were recorded at the Univer
sity of Washington today, beginning at
10:15 a. in., Pacific time, and continu
ing two hours. The strongest move
ment was from east to west. Tha
earthquake is supposed by the observ
ers here to have tak<-n place in Italy,
Slight Quiverings have been recorded
on the seismograph almost daily tor a
I week, but today's record is distinct.
PRINCESS LOUISE SUES
BRUSSELS, March 30. The court
today authorized the Princess Louise
i.i begin a suit for the nullification of
Baroness Vaughan's ownership of two
( ,!!.,.. ;,i o-t.'inl erected upon ground
bought by the late King Leopold of
Belgium. The daughter contends thai
the money thus spent belongs right
fully to her father's heirs,
TRAINS ON C., B.&Q.
Nebraska and Wyoming in Grip of Se
vere Storm —Telegraph Ser.
vice Is Demoral
ALLIANCE!, Neb., March 80.— >••'- J
vere blizzard, driven by a strong north- |
west wind, blooked trains in the west- j
in part of the state and seriously im
paired telegraph and telephone faclli- j
ties. The thermometer ranged about 10 i
West and north of here on the Wyo
oming division of the Burlington con
ditions are reported worse. There is i
J a heavy blockade due to snow, and I
; trains are three to ten hours late.
DROWNING MAN IS
RESCUED BY WOMAN
Noted Swimmer Goes to Rescue of
Helpless Youth and Drags
Him to Place of
OCEAX PARK, March M Mri. Emma Wil
lis well-known woman swimmer of this city,
*aved the Ufa of a young man till* morning >
In th elocal malt water piling?. The youth
gave his name us James Bprague of Pa«a
dena between »oba as he bestowed his heart- j
felt thanks on his fair rescuer.
Bprague, who was unable to swim, at- ■
tempted to dive from a spring board Into
the tank. He splashed Into water greatly
beyond his depth and Immediately found ho
wai unable to help himself. He cried for help, ;
but not before ha swallowed a supply of Bait
Thinking thai he was fooling, the score
or more other swimmers In the big tank paid !
no attention to Sprague'.i Frantic efforts to
keep above water. Perceiving his difficulty,
Mrs. 'Willis who, with a party of girl frlenrti,
was swimming nt the other end of the
plunge, hastened to his aid just In time to
prevent hla sinking. After removing the youth
to a place of safety Mrs. Willis returned un- (
,„.,■ in, to her friends, the majority of
whom did not realise for a few momenta the
brave deed she had Just perform
ISSUE PAVING PLANS
SANTA ANA, March 30.— City Engineer
I Bnt»s anil Trustee Thompson, recently ap
' pointed by the city council h.« a committee
10 determine whin kind of paving ihould be
us-ed on certain sections of Weal Fourth and
Druadwai streets, have, decided on the speci- i
fications, and representative! of two paving |
companies. Johnson * Shea of Riverside and |
.-■,,., Bernardino, and Palrchlld, Oilmore, Wil
ton company, have already taken copies of
the specifications i" their respective companies.
It Is expected they will return within a few
days with contracts ready to he signed up.
The variety* of paving decided on was rock
and oil macadam.
WIDOWS GIVEN DAMAGES
j CHICAGO, March 30. By a compromise fix
! widow! of victims of the Cherry mine dls-as
tor. In which nearly 300 lives were lost, were
awarded Judgments today of 11620 each against
the St. Paul Coal company. The women Filed
fur |MOO each.
your imnie—ln it on page B?
MBrigden & Pedersen
Watchmakers and Jewelers
Now located 4L'l So. Broadway, lioom 201. Bettor
equipped than ever for Fine Work at Moßt Reasoa-
BAItOAI.NS IN WATCIIKfi AND DIAMONDS.
Count all average words as ana line.
No ad. accepted for less than the price
of tares lines.
The Herald reserves the rljrht to re
vise 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 Insertions are better than
one. Try a three-time ad. Results al
most certain for anything.
For contract solicitors and advertlalng
unt atx average words an one line,
ad. accepted for lens (han the price
c Herald reserves the rl«ht to re
advert.si>ments and to reject or omit
refund the amount paid,
port promptly to the classified 1 man
failure to get returns or exp"ri*nc«
fraudulent or dlshone»t advertisers
•o or more Insertions are better than
Try a, three-time ad. HebU.ts al
certaln tor anything,
r contract sol!c:tors and ftdVaftMU
AND ASK FOR CLASSIFIED MANAGEK
•nt ad«. le • word rarh Innrrllon.
mini for rent, 3 lines. 3 times.
Rooms with board. 3 lines, a times,
HF,I,P WANTED—MaIe anil female, S
lines, 3 times,
weighing from 1000 to 170 lbs. ■ ■ '■■si. all
well broke and ready for work.
In this lot you can find molt any kin.l
you want in tfiMi'i work stock, and at th«
rlßlit kind of a pries. Some -good young
mares, tin. iii team* ami an extra food
saddle home; also one cheap gravel or
ranch team. Call and look this lot over and
see that both stock and prices are right.
LITTLE <& STORY
SAN PEDRO ST. HORSE
E PEDRO ST. HORSE
1132. 1(01 Ban I'edra street.
; CMsliai Science Services
Second Church of Christ. Scientist
at the church edifice on West Adams street,
near Hoover. Service; Sunday 11 a. m. and
ft p. in.; sermon from the Christian Science
Quarterly. Hubject, "Unreality." Sunday
school 11 a. in.; Wednesday evening meeting
8 o'clock. Reading rooms, 704 Herman W.
! Hellmun Bids . Spring and Fourth sts.,
open dally, Sundays excepted. from 9 a. m.
to 9 p. m. 3-28-7
I'F.MEL HALL, 227 S. MAIN. NOON PRAY
er meeting daily; gospel meeting every
~~You~ can buy It, perhaps at many places, but
j there's one BEST place to buy It—and that
place advertises. *>••'-'' *? f t?A
I.OS ANOELES. March "". WO.
Time. I Barom.lThTrTlHumlWindilVlcTl Weather.
s"arni7rso,22 |7m I "78 I" KB"!"! ! flour
5 p. m. I 30.13 | 73 |_:3j SW | 1 I Clear
"Maximum temperature. 75.
Minimum temperature, 63.
RAN PRAN'OISCO, Mare* 30— following
maximum and minimum temperatures arc re
ported from tern stations for the previous
day«: Chicago. "'■ ■«-. New York, 7S-69;
For P.in Frnnelscn and vicinity—Fair, "on- |
tinned warm Thuraday! light, north wind.
For Ba<"ram»nto Bant* riara nnd Ban I
.Toanuln valleys—Fair Thursday; Unlit norlh
For Southern fallfornla—Fair Thursday:
lirM. northeast wind.
P MARRIAGE LICENSES
BI'BCIT-.VPHK—Frederick iv Hunch, aired
M and Rub* o. A she. a»«il 20: jiptlves of
Montana and California: hotfi resident* of
MM.1.1" ■ ■ni<>Mi'.-.'\ Rlrhnni F.. M.lt'.
aged ?2. and Belle T. Thompson, need ""■
natives of Illinois and Mlchimn: residents
of Oeepn Park and Santa Monica.
T/iVi;. i-/i:c-c v im:i, i.. I.anro. a*"d JS. and
Maria R. Z<"oca, aped M; native" of Ttaly
and Missouri; both residents of T.o* Anße
Mfinr:.vv-''tTCTT-'vi"Mliatn W. Monan, pged
m. and Mary H. Fitch. aa»d 2«r* natives of
Minn#potn and Indiana; both residents of
AI.T.YV-nKDmCK—John It. Allvn. aired N,
and Marie Red.llek. aeed 21: nnllves of Col
orado and Illinois: both residents -of I/is
I/SSON-irAWT,RV-Wllllam P. T,l«son. a?ed
2*. pnd Maude o. TTawlfv. aped 20; natives
of Michigan and Virginia: both residents
of 1.0- I Anpeles.
I>rNI,AP-MfI.I)OON-Rol)»rt W. Dnnliin,
ace.l 3.", and Rose F. Muldoon. aged Ifi;
natives of Ohio: residents of Ol(ib°, Aril..
and T.o« Aneeles.
lIARP.ISON-WOoniJT'FF-TTnrrv TV. TTarrl
pon. asred 2.'. end Helen 'Woodruff, aged
!?,; natlvns of i ■■;(.i,i and Ohio: residents
of s.int i Monica and Dayton, Ohio.
rACKfION BUSH Raymond Jarkson. nired 20,
and Olive E. Hush, aged M: natives of Col
orado and Illinois: both residents of J..0.1
FI.KOKIVWOT.T.TInnO-rail! A. K. Flegei.
ai;ed W, and Marie Wollhorf, aged 20; na
tives of Oermany and Michigan; both resi
dents of riraham Station.
WITT i 'mm: Philander H. Whltt, '.ceil i..
and TC'lna Col«, aired r,2: nntlves of Indiana
and Michigan; both residents of I/"nK
WAT/THKR-RANDOUH C. Walth»r,
aged 27. and Pearl Itiindolnh. nged 2«: na
tives of Cermanv and California; both resi
dents of I.os Angeles.
OPPEIIMAN—To Edwin and Alice Opper
man, 1808 Arlington street.
VASQUKZ —To Qatblno and Juan Vaiquez.
IS I«ope3! court.
TAVA.SIIIIIA—To Kumarakrt and Zone
Tayaahlra, 205H North Ran Pedro street.
MEINE To Wm. and Klla Meine. 637 Va
POWER* —To Bernard and Josephine Pow
ers, Til Temple street.
DRUSI To Philip and Lena Dallal, AVoi
MIKAMI To Telklohl and, Uklyo Mlkaml.
711 North Alame.ia street.
I'AIM'I.A —To Joseph and Jessie Padula.
1.121 Wilson street.
OSBORN—To Pearl and Edith Oshorn, 344
West Sixty-second street.
PERRY — James and Frances Parry.
3570 Percy street.
LA BEROE neiina I.a Berge, 2343 Terrace
Height* street, unlive, of Canada, age 40;
TAMASHITA— John Tainashita. County hos
pital, native of Japan, age 27; initial
KKI.I,AH-Eva 1.. Kellnr. :!9!T6 Wnnillawn
avenue, native of Australia, age 47; apo
INNIS Clarence-E. Innla, Hal ward hotel,
native of California, age 30; gunshot
SWlNSON—Catherlna Swlnson, 1574 Reid
Raid street, native of lllio.i. Island aito
70: Old age.
Kl.KPl'Ell—Oscar N Klapper, Crocker
street hospital, native of Germany. an»
47; heart disease.
TRI-E— M. C. 11. Trim. ;o».\Ve»t Avenue ,1
native of Tesaa, ago 25;' tuberculosis.
FHY—Mary 1: Fry, 71:, Clan ton street, na
tive of Mls»nur' age 3d: r11.1.ii.l of ntrril
BTAPLBB—A« Playa del H. Uarch H, l»io,
William Fiamls, age.l 77 years, beloved
husband of,LUi:le .1 Staples, father el Frank
A. Staples and Mrs. Mzzle H. Harris of
I'!h\.i del Rejr, and broth/r of Hortenae Sta
ples of Clifton. \a. Funeral Friday, 2:3".
from parlors of Bn si c Bros & Todd. . arm
Main and Ashland, Ocean Park, by car to
the I.ob Angeles crematory, where services
will be li Id at 3:30 und»r the auspices of the
Ocean Park Haaonlc lodge. S-11-It
BTASSFOnTH—In this city, March 29, 1110,
■ Otto A. HtakSfortli. in Ilia 4!(th year, eldest
con or the late Theresa Btaeeforth, ami
brother of Richard A. and Theodore I.
Btaaaforth, a native or San Francisco.
Funeral from the parlors of t'oiinell i".
101 l South Orand avenue, Friday, Man 1
81, at 1 o'clock p. in. Interment Evergreen
cemetery. Friends Invited, 3-31-1
STOCK Font)—O. A. Btockford died March
It, 1(10, Will be buried March 21, at 1:10
p. m. In Evergreen cemetery. 3-31-1
1.1-: QOCT B. R. La Qocy died March 29.
1110. To be burled March 11, at I p. m.
In Evergreen cemetery. * 3-31-1
■VVILCOX— P. G. Wlleox died March 29.
1910. v To be burled April 1. at 2:30 p.
111. In Kvergreen cemetery. 3-31-3
Two miles outside of city limits on the Los
Angeles and Itedondo Ry.; 200 acres of per
fect land with Improvements outclassing
any cemetery on the coast.
207 S. Broadway, room 202. Phones Fi3o3;
Main 4G59. Supt. phono A 9393. l-l-llm
The los Angeles C'emetrry association,
Boyle HelithU, near city limits, Operated
under perpetual charter from 1.09 Angeles
city. Modern chape! and crematory.
Office, 339 Bradbury IJldg.
1-bones—Main MM; As4Htl.
Cemetery—Home D 1083; lioyla 9.
An endowed memorial park, noted for Its
natural beauty; endowment fund for per
petual care, over $230,000; modern receiv
ing vault, chapel, crematory and columbar
ium; accessible. City office. (SUITE 302-30*
EXCHANGE BLDO., N. K. cor. Third and
Hill nts. Phones Main 709; A 3620. Cemetery
office, 1831 W. Washington St. Phones 72858;
West 80. «-2-iam
INDEPENDENT OF THE TRUST
We will furnish for $75 hearse, two hacks,
embalming, shroud and cloth covered casket.
GODEAU & MAItTINONI.
Main office 827 S. Flgucroa. Horns 63127;
Broadway 2731. Branch offices, 2123 Brush
street, SOS Montgomery avenue, San Fran
cisco; 13<jB Franklin street, Oakland. Hacks
for hire. Lady attendant. S-H-tt
1 STORAGE ' '-;.J:;^
LARGE PRIVATE, LOCKED, IRON ItOOMS
for furniture, etc.; $1.60 and $2 per month.
Trunks, boxes, etc., 2uo to DOc; open vans.
$6 per day, or 750 per hour. We pack and
ship household goods everywhere at re
duced rates. -. COLYEAR'S VAN AND
STORAGE CO.. offices 609-11 S. Main st.
Warehouse 415-17 Ban Pedro at. Phones
F2171; Main 1117, S-li-tt
HOUOAIi * .CO., U1 M*in?~ii»in
. 1617. Assaycrs, smelters and retlnera.
JOHN HERMAN, 232'^ ti. Main. Not satis
faction, but accuracy guaranteed. 12-22-tf
THIS WOMAN'S HOSriTAI,
Exclusively for women and children. • Best
equipped and homelike hospital In the
city for confinement caves. Te-rns to suit.
1245 South Flower. F4134. -J-lltr
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