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Workers in the Y.W.C.A. Who Will Take Active Part in the All Day May Fiesta at Huntington Hall BE A SOLDIER, IF YOU'RE A FIESTA PARTY WORKER Y. W. C. A. Arranging and Carry ing Out Plans Under Strict Military Discipline Members of the Y. W. C. A., who are planning a May Fiesta party to be given next week at Huntlngton hall, will work under a military nrjrHr.iza- Itlon. There arc. four captains each in charge of twelve lieutenants, and each one of these will have a company of at least twenty under her Immediate charge. The general director of the affair is Mrs. W. G. Chlchester and her captains are Miss Alice Btrang, Miss Grace Maxwell, Miss Nina Chap . pel and Miss Josephine. Stone. Miss Strang, who is in charsreof the lirst division, will have these lieuten ants: Frances W. Gordon, Lulu Crowell, Lena C. Maar, LiUclle Locke, Lena M. Southworth, Pauline F. Lynch, Lin zio Walters, Elizabeth Bowman, Mrs. Gabriel Cash. Miss Ella Stevens, captain of divi sion three, will have for her lieuten ants the Misses Norma Ilcnsleir, Con stance Brooks. Vern M. Murray, Mar ian Dunble, Helen Walker, Roxie Mor ton, IHa Ferguson, Nellie Stovel, Lawig Staer, Nell Hightower and Mes dames J. Pawson and Okey. The second division will hf In charg-e of Miss Josephine. Stone and her lieu tenants will be: Misses Eva May Davis, Helen Gibbs. Bessie Pope, Minnie John son, Catherine Vogil, Charlotto Bush, Elizabeth Toder, Katherine Kent, Helen Cohn, Isabeile Ansley, Laura :Moore, Camilla McConnell. The captain of division four will be Miss Nina Chappell and her lieuten ants will be the Misses Grace Derinff, Clara Terrase, Charlottn Kimhall, Ma bel Mc-Keen, Mary Kitson, Myrtle Heinecke,, Elva Fußet, Dorothy Ry ;der, Blanche Darbuey, Jennie Barber, Emma Guckes. WANT 200 NEW MEMBERS The Federation club is striving for a 600 membership. It now has 400. Th« officers of the club will be ele< ted June 7 at the annual election. Members of the outing committee are as follows: Entertainment, W. H. Frost, W. H. Steele and Loren J. Handley; transportation, Charles M. Pierce, F. D. R. Moote and J. H. Pear man; program, J. E. Youtz, R. H. Aus tin, Boaz Duncan, J. B. Merrill and "YV. F. Radis; refreshments committee, Frank M. Gibbs, chairman; boosters' committee, Paul C. Hancock, chairman. SET DATE FOR HEARING According to Information received from E. H. Archer, United States sur veyor general for California, the Palo Verde land hearing has been set for L 0 o'clock, June 15, In the government land office at Lob Angeles. The own ership of a large tract of land in the Palo Verdo valley, now claimed by both tfle government and the state of California, will be decided at the hear ing. CHURCH WORKER DIES Mrs. Isabella Roscberry, wife of T. C. Roseberry, died yesterday morning at the family residence, ln7t Hoover street. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:30 o'clock at the home, Rev. Albert Hatcher Smith to officiate. Mrs. Roseberry, with her husband, was a prominent worker in the Central "Baptist church. Burial Will be in Rosedale cemetery. PRESBYTERIANS TO CELEBRATE The Cumberland Presbyterian church will celebrate Its centennial anniversary at the meeting of the general assembly at Dfckson, Term., beginning May lfl. A juhileo le being planned. Rev. N. F. Gill is the delegate from Los Angeles. He will start this afternoon fur the assembly. ALUDAY PRAYER MEETING The regular all-day meeting rfor prayer and the promotion of prayer, under the direction of the Evangelical Prayer union, ivill be held in the First Congregational church, beginning at 9:30 a. m. Friday. The genera] sub ject for the day will )>■■ "Prayer for the Spirit of Prayer." Missionary hour from 1 to "■ Praise hour from 4 to 5. People come and co at pleasure "«sf T A 1 1 1i Is alcohol a tonic? No! l\f J\ is*r> n *-\B I Does it make the blood pure? No! IV \Jj[lLlL/KJil\Jl ♦ Does it strengthen the nerves? No! Is Sarsaparilla a tonic? Yes! Ask your doctor if a family medicine, like Does it make the blood pure ? Yes ! Ayer't Sarsaparilla, is not vastly better with- Does it Strengthen the nerves? Yes! out alcohol than with it. tomt^l^n'. Is it entirely free from alcohol? Yes! f-VH^^^^^jL^^^—,—— -——— AmrJAV Bekins Motor Car Co., HllipivX 1026 So. Olive St. (Formerly Aiuerlran~Simp!ex.) A*|^ c Bekins Motor Car Co., fttldS 1026 So. Olive St Fully equipped, 112-Inch wheel base, h, % /■ rm f\ f\/\ fl^rl /% f\ thre* Bijeeils, forward selective type-*k|flH|l J II I I lift/ \Zfll «:!'linE Rear .«P * \)O V.UU 1 lirSl I* •Blf CORNELL SALES ROOM, 1158-llfiO South Main at. • VIUI l» %S\S Agents for F-A-L CAR. 80 big bargain! In second hand uutoa; guaranteea Hlirnrar Durocar Manufacturing Co., i/ui uuui 929 South Los Angele9 JiUiLs:£i:>O ruliyLqblppeu WP^ 118-iuo S. Olive st. -^jl^CmM^. s* V^. Tri'State Automobile and Supply Smm^^^mm^mmmmmmmm^ 600 So. Olive St. * Patarcmi pico Carriase Co- I a loi 5011 . :J ;. , Pico and Main HEY! MAKE THOSE STAYS FAST! WE'RE OFF FOR '10 South Coast Yacht Club Trims Sheets for a Big Season Next Saturday the South Coast Yacht club will go into commission for the summer of 1910 with the brightest prospects for a fine season's water sport that it has ever had since its organization. Commencing at 3:30 o'.clock Saturday afternoon, all the members of the club and their friends will assemble at the club house on the hillside of San Pedro and enjoy a social time during the afternoon, and visit the yachts, which will move to the outer harbor for the occasion. At 7 o'clock in the evening there will be a "steak feed," followed by a mem bers' meeting at the club house, when the plans for the summer's sport will be discussed. May 21 will be an open date for the club, and May 28, 29 and 30 the squad ron cruise to Avalon will be made. June 5 will be sailing day for all mem bers, and on June 11 and 12 there Will be a race around Catalina Island for the Whitley cup. On the evening of June 18 there will be a house party and dance at the club house, June 19 being ladies' day, \vl\pn a clam bake will be given at the club. On the evening of June -6 there will be an illuminated night parade, and a cruise to Avalon will be held June 2, ,3 and 4. On June 9 the biggest yachU ing event of tho season will commence, this date having been set in view of the big fight at San Francisco, July 4, the original date of the race. There will be an open 'date July 1". but on July 23 there will be a rare around Catalina island for the Mont gomery cup, another open date being set for July 31. On August 7 power boat races and aquatic sports will be held, the annual ocean race from San Pedro to Santa Barbara for the R. C. P. Smith cup taking place on August IH. For the following eight days there will be races held at Santa Barbara. The race for the Nordlinger trophy will be held on August 28, and on Sep tember 3, 4 and 5 the annual stag cruise to the Isthmus will be held. The club will give a dance on Sep tember 17, and the following day will voted to an "at home" on the yachts, September 2j being .set for the arbitrary handicap. On October 8 there will be a members' meeting :it the club house, and the closing banquet will be held on October 22. EXPLOSION RUMOR UNFOUNDED • DOA'EP.. Eng., May 11.—The flag ship London of the British Atlantic battleship fleet, on which an expU sion was reported to have occurred, ar rived here tonight. The explosion ru mors are without foundation. LOS AXGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 12. 1010. TABLE Or TKMI'KRATI UK* Max. Mm. Ainarlllo, Texas »4 58 HoHton, .Mass 68 53 Huff >l In 34 4-: Chicago 1~ *« Cincinnati *« 54 Denver 83 44 El Paso »'- «li (ialvcston I** "2 Havre. Mont *« »<> Kansas City, Mo M 58 Knoxville M BO Little. Kurk M M Ix»8 Angeles "- 33 New Orleans 81 66 New York 68 54 Oklahoma " "- Omaha "8 4** Pittsl.lll-B, I*» *8 5'- Pocatello, Idaho 60 38 Portland. Ore 64 54 Rapid City. S. D 54 40 St. Ijuiis 'R •>- St. Paul 88 86 Salt Lake City '<* 50 San Antonio 88 68 San Francisco 6- •'- Seattle M. M .Washington, I). C £8 58 Yuma. Ariz 98 68 ODD FELLOWS NOMINATE GRAND LODGE OFFICERS Plans of $100,000 Home at Los Gatos Are Exhibited FRESNO, May 11.—Nominations for officers to be elected tomorrow were made when the grand lodge of Odd Fellows convened today in this city for the second .session of the convention. Plans were also exhibited and discussed for the Odd Fellows' proposed $100,000 home, to be erected at Los Gatos. The nominations made follow: Grand master—T. W. Duckworth. Deputy grand master —George F. Hudson. Grand warden—C. L. Snyder, George W. Cartwright, Thomas H. Selvage, Henry Newburg, A. P. Johnson, jr., W. H. Harris, A. M. Cunning. Grand secretary—H. D. Richardson. Grand treasurer—James W. Harris. Grand representatives, to serve two years—John E. Raker and W. W. Phelps; to serve one-year term, Grovo Li, Johnson, present grand master. Grand lodge trustees—E. H. Black, John Glasson, Joseph Foster and J. F. Nichols—only three to be elected. Trustees of Odd Fellows' Horne — Fred E. Pierce, incumbent; J. W. Kearth and William Nicholls, jr—one to be elected and to serve a five-year term. WATER WAGON MENACES LIFE OF A PHYSICIAN Doctor Tries to Duck It but Is Run Over In stepping backward* to avoid be ing wet by a sprinkling cart at First and Lob Angeles streets yesterday afternoon, Dr. M. H. Dailey, 62 years old, was struck by a South Pasadena avenue car and thrown beneath the rear wheels of the sprinkling cart, sustaining a double fracture of the left arm. He received a slight laceration above his left eye and several abra sions about the body. He was hurried to the receiving hospital where the fracture was reduced and his injuries dressed. Dailey was crossing Los Angeles street and was stopped in the car tracks by the sprinkling cart which was going north. He was waiting for the cart to pass. As he stopped back he was struck by the Pasadena car which was turn ing the corner from Los Angeles on to First street and was thrown under the rear wheels of the sprinkling cart. Dalley retired from the medical pro fession several years ago and at pres ent owns a ranch at Walnut, station oil the Salt Lake railroad. He was placed aboard a train for his home last night. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS ELECT STATE OFFICERS SAN JOSE, May 11.— Knights of Columbus today elected the following officers: State deputy—Edward White, Wat sonville, ' State secretary—O. J. Short, San Ra fael. State warden —James R. Keith, San Francisco. State advocate—P. J. McCormlck, Los Angeles. State treasurer—Charles L. Barring ton, San Jose. Delegates to the national convention are Edward White of Watsonvllle; Theodore Savage, George A. Connell and Neal Powers of San Francisco, Watsonville was chosen as the next convention city. RAILROAD TO BE SOLD DALLAS, Texas, May 11.—The Inter iiiitlonal and Great Northern railroad is to be sold under foreclosure to satis fy the claims of holders of second mortgage bonds of $12,455,556. A final decree to this effect was issued in the federal court here late today, but the date was not fixed. You can buy tt, pernaps at many places* but thero'l one BEST place to buy and that «lac« advertUe* ' • - — LIGHT SYSTEM COMPLETED; GLENDALE WILL CELEBRATE Mayors of Various Cities Asked to Attend Saturday Glendale is donning gala attire for its municipal May festival, which will be celebrated Saturday, to commem orate the completion and success of its street lighting system. Glendale. known now as the "Jewel city," is one of the prettiest suburbs of Los An geles, nestling in a small valley run ning in a northeasterly direction from the famed San Fernando valley. It is pretty in all seasons, but attractive ness is added by the riot of national colors and orange streamers which have been suspended along Fourth street, Glendale avenue and Brand boulevard, the principal thoroughfares. The finishing touches were given the program yesterday when invitations were extended by H. P. Ooker, presi dent of the Glendale board of trade; J. W. Usilton, president of the Glen dale and Vicinity Improvement asso ciation, and the city trustees, to the mayors of Los Angeles, Pasadena and the beach cities to be Glendale's guests of honor at the May festival. The committees in charge of the affair were immensely pleased yester day when E. D. Goode, owner of the new street car system, which extends from Eagle Rock valley to Brand boulevard and Fourth street in Glen dale, offered the free use of his cars to convey passengers. The program 1111111(103 a barbecue, band concerts, baseball and basket ball gamos, high school athletic and field sports, a May pole dance auto mobile and carriage rides, speaking by Lee C. Gates and Col. Tom C. Thorn ton and a Japanese broadsword con test. THE HORRID THING Miss Oldyoung—l haven't had my picture taken since I was fifteen. Miss Youngold—Gracious! I thought photography was a modern art! Herald Patterns As a further convenience to our readers all patterns ordered from The Herald will here after be delivered within live duyn from the time the order Is received In this office. This insures ten days' prompter delivery of pat terns than tins ever before been attempted by any newspaper in Los An coles. JfcSSJfesE*^ i lluim 11... j 8886 LADIES 1 TUNIC SKIRT. HERALD PATTERN NO. 3256 All Seams Allowed. The prar«fu] tunic skirt, worn with any kind of waiat or blouse, gives the effect of a Russian costume. The one pictured has the tunic so arrangpd that It La discontinued each side of the back plaits, which continue to the belt; also it deepens gradually as it approaches these plaits, and fits the figure closely over the hips at the front and sides. The Bklrt la back closing, and the ar rangement of the backward turning plaits produces a narrow box-plait at tho front. The skirt is here made of plain and bordered nun's veiling, light laven der in color. Any of the new bordered wool materials, mull, lawn or organdy can be made up to advantage by this model. The pattern is in 6 sizes—22 to 30 inches waist measure. For 26 waist the skirt requires as Illustrated 7% yards of plain material 27 Inches wide, with 2% yards of bordered material 27 Inches wide or wider. Width of lower edge is about Cii yards. Price of Pattern, 10 cent*. W " <$> . OKDKIt BLANK <& <£> !„■»■.• ■■" -' - <* <j> Herald I'atlrill No.'S3SO . <>• *& t *& <*. rnUrrn DepnrtniMit Herald: laeloMd <^ 4) please find HIP. the price of this pat- <$ <.» tern. WhM orilorinir please in< line ... »'. Illustration. l'«e the fnliiiwlntf blanks: <•> • T < 8126 <S> ¥ . :-/," f <. Name ♦ <♦> 1 tAdilresi <? 4, City anil slate • American Savings Bank \ Announces ,< |^-^^_> _^- ■_ New Modem I fjn Hg If 0 111 fill I Four Per Cent Safe Deposit !■■■■■■■ Ml! "ill! Interest Paid Boxes, $2.00 / l"l D J! &l If L" I °" Savings andUp PerYcar /^V flDjLl |« _Vt| _% \ Deposits Removal to American Bank Building Northeast Corner Spring and Second Streets IMBM^*> i. i i i i. ■ mi ii ' ~ T The Best Place for %A Men's Clothes Jm Remember the Number . »t M|f|^^v 609-611 W^9§¥' South Broadway «j|«, (Next Door to JevneV Wife''ill fi! ■■ 'r^ Any $15.00 Suit C^-^-Cft unsettled weather conditions and Tn Our Store for I I* - the unsettled business conditions 111 UUr Store lOr JL%y . consequent thereto are our only reasons Any $20.00 Suit atn en for cuttin s pfices in this« one of the jl* Cnlflr $ I 7.51) highest Grade Clothing Stores in the in UUr dlOre lOr XI == city of Los Angeles. Every suit in our Any £7$ 00 Suit */*Aaa Btore is a g" aranteed suit - Every suit is I AC* # QQ correct, well made, thoroughly hand In UUr More lOr JL* \J-==. tailored and in every way a suit that we A ±If\ AAC '♦ can recommend and stand back of. Sat- Any #«SU.UU aUlt §fjrj CQ i B f ac tion and Fit absolutely guaranteed. In Our Store for *LL~ _ \ . _, Every Cut a Genuine Cvt — Every I^Our Store for $ 7= Reduction an Honest Reduction • ■ * v 4^|l§lk^ Here re Some s Pecials I mU^^^ For Friday and Saturday iSIPf^P 1 Wl^^S Balbriggan Underwear - jf^^^^^l —for Men' Youths and BoyS /^ /f\ X*&gH& •^in^,^*':'''~7^f7 Comes in ecru, white, blue and pink solid /|| _q_ \j!t^ai-S(S-*«* colorB; seasonable summer weight. Choice "^ ■ of long or short sleeves. All sizes. Very J M ■ . special values • L"^ fT Boys' and Youths' Suits —for All Ages, 2\ to 17 Years Afr A £\ m* Rxcellent patterns, mostly In the popular W ml B^ light colors In double-breasted, blouse and ' & / < "¥ Russian blouse styles. Suits here that are •Jl/.^^a W■/ wprth up to practically double our price —"^ • True Blue Serge Suits —for Boys of 2£to 10 Years _tt^ t^ f\ These are Sailor Blouse suits and we are ©U / __. ■ ■ thoroughly convinced of the fact that you ]m '^a I ■ cannot buy suits anywhere near as good BI !• Ia _ /If as these for less than $5 in any other store L^ • '■-r T in town Don't Fail to See These in Our Windows ________ _ , , — .:/'i We want you to learn to know and rely on our store. That is an additional reason for this sale. You'll find that you'll be money-in-pocket if you get the habit of watching our windows, watch ing our ads and trading at 609 South Broadway, where exaggerations, are absolutely prohibited and money saving is always the order of the day. • THREE ORAgE SYSTEM At 609-61 Broadway Shoes Half Price and Less Over two hundred ' big display bargain tables are displaying »hoes for men, womia »nd children, on «ale In many Instances for half price and It". Convlnc* yourself and come to the MAMMOTH SHOE HOUSE 61t» Boutb Uroadwar, QlveH you npijortuniLy to participate In tho profit nf lA'.s Angek'n 1 upbuild ing. KtiM-k now $1.55. Pays IB per cent, dividends payable quarterly. 128 H. Uromlwuy. Oroiiml iloor Munou Opera Jluune. >fV TAPE WOittMS >*^^V Vn. Stumach and tntea- nal worms easily *^ "nul quickly removed by Yglesias treat ■„..:' ment. DR. 0. J. SCHMIDT, 141 South Hill it.