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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES
PASADENA
Corespondent—
■«*.. phone
Smart «BT.
OFFICE. SO WEST COLORADO STREET. Phonm *62T.
TEACHERS OF PASADENA
SEEKING SALARY RAISE
Fire Fighters Also Are Anxious to
Catch Up with Higher
Cost of Living
PASADENA, May 18.— Pasadena
teachers, headed by Miss Edith Can
niff, with their resolution indorsed by
Mayor Barley, Superintendent Hamil
ton, Dr. Matt S. Hughes and Rev. B.
ci. Dunham, will ask the board of ed
ucation to increase their Individual
.salaries to $1200 per year. The present
salary for teachers in the primary and
grammar grades is $900 for nine months
while Bpeeial teachers receive $1000.
Kindergarten teachers receive $78 per
month and assistants $546 per
The matter will be brought before the
board soon, probably Mondny nil
Members of the Pasadena fire de
partment are also taking Bteps to pe
tition the city commissioners for an
increased salary commensurate with
the increased cost of living, according
to reports from friends of the fire
fighters who are interested in their
c. The minimum pay for firemen
at present is $65 per month and the
maximum $75. Engineers receive a
minimum of $90 and a maximum of
$95, The petition will call for a mini
mum of $75 for firemen and $iou for
engineers.
FEAR TOWNS MAY SHY
AT CONSOLIDATION PLAN
Campaign of Education Favored
for Improvement Measure
PASADENA, May 13.— a meeting
of the joint consolidation committee of
Pasadena, South Pasadena and Al
hambra, held at Hotel Raymond last
night, a general discussion was held
on the benefit to be derived by the
three cities through consolidating their
lighting, sewer, water and storm drain
systems.
The general sentiment of the meet
ing was that a campaign of educa
tion would be necessary if success was
to be hoped for with the consolidation
movement. It was pointed out that
Pasadena might oppose the proposed
consolidation in the idea that it was
a step toward annexation to Los An
geles while South Pasadena and Al
hambra might oppose the plan in the
belief that it would spoil their chance
of annexation to Los Angeles.
After considerable discussion a reso
lution was passed referring the matter
back to the several committees with
instructions to draw up a concise
statement setting forth all advant
ages and objections to the consolida
tion plan and to present the sain.' at
a meeting of the joint committee to
be held Wednesday evening, May 25.
SERPENT IN THE 'TONICS'
OF A PASADENA BARBER
PASADENA, May 13.-A toast to the
court was offered yesterday In the
casi of Alfred De Leon of Pan Dimas,
charged with running a blind pig in
his barber shop, when Albert Kink
land a witness, was asked to sample
the contents of a bottle supposed to
contain wine, and raising the flask to
his lips herald, "Here's looking at
you " AnoWer feature of the case
was the testimony of Kollln McGregor,
who stated that he had taken musca
tel "tonics" in the shop of the de
fendant, but that he had recently
oined a church and offered his as
sistance in abolishing the blind Pig
Which might tempt his friends. Judge
KJamroth sentenced De Leon, the de
fendant to pay a fine of $150 or spend
an equal number of days In Jail. He
chose the latter.
WANT ANSWERS TO FEAST BIDS
PASADENA, May 13.-At a meeting
of the board of directors of the board
of trade, held last evening, a resolution
was passed requiring all members to
send exceptances to banquet invitations
to the board of trade room not later
than tonight.
New members, numbering seventy
flve were voted In last evening, mak
ing a total membership of 810 to. data.
The matter of calling a mass meet
ing in regard to the high school bond
proposition was not taken up owing to
the fact that the directors received 'a
report that the board of education will
take the question up themselves at
once* . —^-
CHANGES MADE IN BANK
HEDL.ANDS May 12.
changes have been made In the n
„f ihe Citizens Nationnl bank ol
city. Cashil rC. B. McWhorti r has now
been electi a to the vice presid' i cy, nls
place to he filled by T. Leo Peel, for
merly assistant cashier. Waldo OKi lly
hns haan promoted Into the poi Itlon ol
PASADENA CLASSIFIED
FOR SALE
rriiNiTi RE
EXPANSION S AI.F
Furniture and household poeds nlmost
Riven away all this week during alterations,
Come and Krab come bargains Brass beds,
$11; silk (loss mattresses, J7; sanitary
[-ouches, $3.25; all coll niirlnps, 13.25; other
Kooda In proportion.
DICKSON'S MO.VEY-BACK STOItK,
i: West Colorado St., Pasadena.
PASA. TRANSFER & STORAGE CO,
ROOF BTORAQ] WARE
hnusc for lehold Roods and automobiles.
OfllCP,- 65 S. BROADWAY. r.-IS-lm
L. R. CHEW'S ART STORE
fiictCuuS^asu^r Xmin a rRXc£{:RivKL,Y .
86 years' experience. Vis-tors welcome. ISS
EAST COLORADO STREET. «-22-1 mo
PASADENA SHOE HOSPITAL
nEJ^B^^iBEWE^^oSES^AND^HKELa II;
ladles'. Ho. 15* N. FAIR OAKS AVK.
'y,.., 4-24-Imo
THE CAFETERIA
THIS IS CAFETERIA WEATHER; cheap
er to eat here than at homo. 199 EAST
COI-ORADO bTIiElf. 6-8-lino
Circulation Drpt. I
Home IMt. I
Sunset 1740
assistant to Cashier Peel. Those who
compose the board of directors are
wealthy men of the city—A. G. Hub
bard, E. C. Sterling, W. K. Cheney, H.
\Y. Seager, B. B. Harlan and A. G.
Slmonds.
'BARGAIN DAY' IS SUCCESS
PASADENA, May 13.—Tho first of
the proposed series of "Pasadena
monthly bargain days" held yesterday
was v success, according to a number
of leading merchants interviewed last
evening. "While the day was not
marked by the presence of large crowds
there was a steady flow of trade in
all the stores. Besides Pasadena resi
dents, many people came from sur
rounding towns to take advantage of
the special inducements offered by the
local merchants.
PASADENA BUILDING
PASADEXA, May 13.—The Overland
club has sold its lot adjoining the
present club house and will place the
proceeds, }4000, In their building fund
used for v. now structure to be
I erected on their site within the next
1 two years.
A memorandum of agreement has
been filed by tho First Church of
■ hrist. Scientist, for the decorating of
interior woodwork in their new church
building on Oakland avenue.
Building permits issued flrom the
city hall since the last publication of
| the list are as follows:
Edward S. Crump, one-story five
room frame bungalow, 35 North Grand
avenue; J. 11. Simpson, contractor;
$2500.
Same at 37 North Grand avenue.
Battle contractor, $2500.
J. 11. Simpson, addition to bunga
low, 425 North Michigan avenue, $200.
Smith James, 757 Karlham street,
one ii nd one-half story eight-room
frame resilience, 745 Earlham street;
P. L. Alderman, contractor; $2500.
'i. W. Stimson company, two-story
cloven-room concrete and hollow tile
n sidence, 391 South Orange Grove
avenue, $30,000.
10. W. Brooks, two-story twenty
four-room frame residence, 1231 South
Xl Mdhio avenue; S. W. L'pton, con
tractor, $35,000.
PASADENA NEWS NOTES
PASADENA, May 13.—Joe Sanford,
who < 'inducts a lunch wagon opposite
the Pacific Electric car sheds, was
run into last evening by an automo
bile driven by H. L. Green of Los An
geles, His only injury was a sprained
leg.
S. F. Johnson, assistant cashier of
the First National bank, accompanied
by Mrs. Johnson, will leave today for
a three months' tour of Europe. They
will stop in Washington, D. C, for a
few days, where Mr. Johnson will at
tend the World Sunday School conven
tion as a delegate. Mrs. Johnson will
attend a meeting in New York of the
officers of the Woman's Foreign Mis
sionary society of the Methodist
church and later the World Missionary
conference in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Word has been received here that
the temperance essay submitted by
Thorsten Magnuson of the Pasadena
high school in the state contest has
been awarded first pri^e. The essay
will be submitted to the national con
test.
Policeman John Armstrong has re
signed from the local force after sev
eral months' service. He expects to
go north to take up his residence.
At a birthday party given in his
honor "Wednesday night, Mrs. A. J.
Bramley, Chicopee street and Michi
! gan avenue, announced the engage
ment of her son, William Bramley, t"
Miss Mary Vieache of Highland Park,
the wedding to take place next month.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Becker, 1600 North
Marengo avenue, announce the en
ungagemei.t of their daughter, Miss
Bessie Meeker, to K. S. Dorman, son
of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Dorman, 355
South Catallna avenue. Mr. Dorman
is associated with his father in the
dry ti'•■ nls business and Miss Becker is
a high school graduate.
The Southern California Interscholas
tic oratorical contest will be held in
Throop institute tonight. The con
testants and their selections are: Har
old Prince of Pasadena high school,
"The Conquest of Freedom"; Miss
Thompson of Los Angeles high school,
"The Brotherhood of Man"; George
Lorbeer of Pomona high school, "The
Pioneer"; Miss Buugk: of Compton
high school, "The Awakening of Con
science"; Miss Peabody of Throop,
"Peace, Humanity's Safeguard."
The temperance committee, headed
by Rev. Albert Hatcher Smith of First
. it churoh and C. V. Bturdevant,
a leader in the local Prohibition party,
is planning a revision of the liquor
ordinances of Pasadena stopping the
sale of intoxicants by delivery wagons
nf wholesalers and brewers. The mat
ter is said to be In the hands of at
torn( vs.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gregory. 34."
\\, i California sti t. and their friend,
A Turner, are recovering from in
juries received Wednesday when their
carriage ran off the Las Casitas road
in the Arroyo Seco and threw them
down a steep incline.
Paul Smith who was suspended from
the high school a few days ago for
alleged implication In the several mis
rhievous pranks recently perpetrated
there, lias been reinstated in his class,
which graduates next month, on a
promise of good behavior.
John Hayes, formerly of El Monte,
died last night at his home 417 North
Mentor avenue, aged 7.1 years
Indian motoroyoles, 30 w. rnlorado street.
RIVERSIDE
Comer Kighth and Mara «ti.
I'honew— Main 287; Home 1441.
BATH IS THE CAUSE
OF $5000 DAMAGE SUIT
RIVERSIDE, May 12.—Mrs. Mary A.
Gardner liaa been made defendant in
an action brought by Mary 1,. Aebl
to collect $5000 damages. Mrs. Aebi
alleges *ho patronized the Lakeview
bath house at Elslnore owned by the
defendant last September and aftur
taking her batli came into the hall
way, where she tripped over a strip
of matting that was turned up at one
Bide. She broke a leg in falling and
claims that Fhe lias been obliged to
walk with crutches ever since.
INCENDIARY FIRE BURNS GRAIN
RIVERSIDE, May 12 -What is
claimed to have been an incendiary
■..a.i started yesterday afternoon
on the Pioneer ranch, four miles west
of Corona, and before it could be ex
tinguished forty acres of grain were
destroyed.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1910.
SAN BERNARDINO
Office a* Bml'i, SOT Third «t.
Fbonea: Home MO; Bnn»«t M»ta SSO.
MUSIC OF LOVE'S LYRE
CANNED TIGHT IN CELL
Alleged False Romeo Fails in His
Fourth Attempt to Win
Freedom
PAX liKRNARDINO, May 12.—De
feated in his fourth attempt to secure
his freedom through habeas corpus, O.
H. Scott, charged with embezzlement,
was today returned to his cell in the
county jiill with tho biting: arraign
ment of Judge B. F. Bledsoe ringing
in his ears.
Through his attorney Scott filed his
petition lor his release on habeas cor
pus in the court of appeals, and Judge
Bledsoe of the local superior court
was appointed to hear the case. The
court pointedly Informed the prisoner
and his attorney that the evidence not
only showed that the alleged crime had
been committed within the jurisdiction
of the superior court of San Bernar
dino, but that it appeared that ho had
deliberately schemed to rob the com
plaining witness, Mrs. Anna Marean,
of her diamonds and money.
Scott made his first attempt at ha
beas corpus when arrested at Salt
Lake City, and secured his release,
but was immediately rearrested
charged with being a fugitive from
justice, the original .complaint having
been embezzlement. On his arrival
here he again sought favorable action
of the court but was held on an
amended complaint. His third attempt
was denied by Judge Bordwell of Los
Angeles, sitting in tho local court.
Scott is the son of a wealthy Oak
land family iiml no expense is being
spared to secure his release, It is al
leged that he made love to Widow
Marean and secured valuable. diamonds
and $1200 in money.
ROBBER RETURNS FROM
MEXICO TO SURRENDER
Brothers Who Ruined Aged Par
ents When They Skipped
Country Seek to Atone
SAN BERNARDINO, May 12.—Fab
rico Velarde, one of the gang of train
robbers who pillaged the Santa Fe,
Southern Pacltic and Salt Lake roads
of many thousands of dollars worth of
valuable freight between Los Angeles
and this city, tonight returned from
Mexico and surrendered to the sheriff.
He will plead guilty and take his pun
ishment. His brother, Enrique Ve
larde, is expected to soon take the
same action. The men were released
on $2000 ball each, their aged parents
mortgaging their home to furnish the
bail money, which was forfeited.
CENSUS TAKING ENDS
AT SAN BERNARDINO
SAN BERNARDINO, May 12.— The
government census taking ended to
night after an extension of ten days on
the original time. Through the press
and telephone companies a campaign
was conducted to secure the enumera
tion of those missed during the original
count, census Supervisor Lyman King
announces that if there is sufficient
evidence produced before him to show
that there have been people missed in
any of the precincts he will order a re
canvass of the district.
SAN PEDRO
Corrvnpondrnt—Sunnrt 2628; Home S.
Circulation—in W. Slith street. Son
art 28»0; Home 38.
SAN PEDRO CONCERN WILL
MAKE STICKS OF SHAVINGS
SAN PEDRO, May VL— The Los An
gel, s Pressed Wood company has con
tracted for all the shavings from the
lumb.-r mills of the Kerckhoff-Cuzner
Lumbi !■ company, the Ban Pedro Lum
ber company and the E. K. Wood Lum
ber company and will establish a plant
here. The shavings are compressed in
to sticks three and four inches in di
ameter and fourteen Inches long by a
patented machine on the principle of
a hay press. These are sold for fuel.
The company has contracted for the
delivery of 1000 loads of shavings before
the plant will be started.
SANTA ANA
OnTce 315 N. Sycamore.
Pbon<»—Home 313; 6mwet Dlack 7S*.
DR. D. A. MAC MULLAN DIES
SANTA ANA, Oal., May 12.—Dr. D.
A. MacMullan, chairman of the super
visors of Orange county for seven
years, died last night at Needles,
whither he had gone for his health.
He was 46 years of age. Dr. MacMul
lan was a former resident of Oakland.
LONG BEACH HAPPENINGS
LONG BEACH, May 12.—The con
struction of a life-saving apparatus at
the foot of Golden avenue, permission
for which has been granted by the war
department, began this afternoon, Con
tractor C, T. McGraw jetting down six
pilings on shore, to which lifelines will
lie attached. A Kan,Pedro firm Is to
put In place Iron posts and chains some
distance out from shore.
At the council meeting tomorrow
night the report on the assessment of
ocean front property for the construc
tion of the seaside walk and wall will
be submitted. It is estimated that the
work will cost $107,0t)0. The walk and
wall will be of concrete. Many bids are
expi 'ted.
Sheathing for the drydoclc pontoons
at the Craig shipyard arrived today,
and the third and fourth of the eight
pontoons will be launched soon.
Miss Edna Lochrldge la to be vale
dictorian Of tills Yc:n-:-: llitfll Scl' M,l
graduating class, and .Miss Maida Wall
burn Is to bo salututoriun.
LONG BEACH
CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT
4 ria* at. Home SOOI Sonet 5411.
COItKESrOXDKNT
Roma MS i Stmaet 1151.
SPLINTER OF OWN SPINE
TO BE MAN'S WATCH CHARM
Remove Bone That Made Rancher
Invalid for Years
LONG BEACH, May 12.—A splinter
of bone an inch and a half long will
be the watch charm worn hereafter
by D. L Maupln, owner of a large bee
ranch in Inyo county. The splinter of
bone was removed from the lumbar
portion of His spine In an unusual op
eration performed at a local sanitarium
last night by Dr. Wellborn of Log
Angeles and Drs. W. H. Newman and
E. P. Bailey of Long Beach. For years
Maupln had been an almost helpless
invalid, and physicians had no way of
diagnosing his trouble.
Buffering from his mysterious ail
ment ho came here two months ago.
Recently he told physicians that a
number of years ago he slippepd and
fell while rolling a big stone and that
he suffered what he supposed was a
sprain. Taking this clew, the physi
cians suggested an operation. It was
found that a piece had been broken off
one of his vertebrae and Interfered
with the muscular attachment. Today
Maupin is feeling like his old self.
HARBOR RAILROAD PLAN TO
BE DISCUSSED MONDAY
LONG BEACH, May 12.—The chamber
of commerce directors this morning de
clded to hold an adjourned meeting
Monday night for a discussion of the
recommendation that the city build and
maintain Its own railroad around a
portion of the harbor. It is considered
probable that the report of the com
mittee will be adopted.
The directors voted this morning to
request the Postal Telegraph BJid West
ern Union companies to maintain night
operators in this city hereafter, it being
believed that the demand justified the
establishment of the night sorvice.
WOMAN FINDS LOST TEETH;
FOUR-DAYS FAST ENDED
LONG BEACH, May 12.—Mrs. L.
Moody, who left her false teeth wrap
ped In a handkerchief on the beach a
week ago last Sunday, and who has
lost four pounds from her enforced
fast since that time, today found the
teeth by rummaging In the sand.
CITRUS FRUIT REPORT
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
SHIPMENTS OF FRUIT
■•> Carloads. Oranges. Lemons. Tot. <•>
& Wednesday, May 11. 154 9 163 ■•■
<§> Total this season 17633 2398 20051 ■•
..•' Total same date <•>
•> last season 21000 2981 23981 <$>
NEW YORK, May 12.—Twenty-eight cars
oranges sold; market steady; cloudy; cool.
Navels—Orchard Imp Or National O Co,
{3.40; Standard Imp Sd National O Co, $2.95;
orchard Or National O Co, $3.20; Standard Sd
National O Co, $2.76; Columbia Imp National
O Co, 13.00; Standard O Co Imp, $2.70; Ha
hala XI L V W Brown, $3.95; Swastika Sh
L V W- Brown. $3.56; Half Moon Xf Red a
O Assn, $2.75; Half Moon, Xf Red O Asan,
12.80; Elephant Or Elephant Orch, $3.50; Sec
onds Or Elephant Orch, $2.80; Elephant Or
Elephant Orch, $3.35; Seconds Or Elephant
Orch, $2.58; Gold Coin XI C C 11, $2.65; Gold
Coin Imp %o C C U, $2.55; Peacock Or W
Strong, $1.90; Bunker Hill Sd C C U, $1.75;
Niagara Fy Stewart P Co, $2.50; Lotus O X
Ex. $2.40; Niagara Fy Stewart F Co, $3.00;
Niagara Fy Stewart F Co, 52.40; Alta Cresta
A H Ex, $3.65; Robusta A H Ex, $3.30; Hobo
A H Ex, 255; Olendora Heights A C G, $3.15;
Pointer A C Q Ex, $3.30; Victoria Imp A H
Ex, $3.65; Lincoln Imp A H Ex, $3.35; Navajo
A H Ex Imp, $3.06; Moose O X Ex, $3.00;
Prong Horn O X Ex. $2.65; Buck O X Ex,
$2.50; Stag A C O Ex, $3.05; Pointer A C O
Ex, $3 2'); Upland Quail O X Ex, $2.30; Golden
Cross O X Ex, $3.05; Red X O X Ex, $3.00;
Volunteer S A Ex, $2.45; Stewart Lotus O X
Ex, $2.65; Stewart Monogram O X Ex, $2.»0;
Stewart Standard O X Ex. $2.35; Coyote Spe
cial O X Ex, $2.10; Evergreen, $2.45; Beauty,
$2 20; Euclid Or Growers F Co, $2.95; Up
lander Or Growers F Co, $2.70; Independent
Fy Growers F Co, $2.45; Independent Or
Growers F Co. $2.85; Constitution, $2.90; Stock
Label Growers F Co. $2.75; Rial to Crest
Qroweri F Co, $2.25; Rlalto Girl Or Grower*
F Co, 52.40; Venus Xo E Peycke Co. $2.30;
Cove Fy Or E Peycke Co. $2.r'O; Robin Fy
Spence F Co, $2.65; Monrovia, $2.40.
Homosassaa—Rlalto Qlrl Or Growers F Co,
$2.25.
Sweets—Rialto Crest Growers F Co, $2.90:
Rlalto Girl Or Growers F Co, $2.65; Luna Ch
Or E Peycke Co, $2.20; Glendora Heights A
C G Ex, $2.46.
Jaffas—Niagara Fy Stewart F Co, $2.60.
Bloods-Peacock Or W & Strong, $2.3 i); Bun
ker Hill Sd C C IT, $2.20.
Sellings—Chess Queen Fy Ely Gllmore F
Co $2.50; Bishop Rd Ely Gllmore F Co, $2.35.
NAVELS (Vi)—Mahala, {2.10; Lotus, $1.20;
Overland, $1.35. $1.40.
BLOODS 04)— Blue Tagr, JI.HS; Upland
Quail, H. 451 Bear Special, $1.40; Coyote Sjil-
clal, $1.88
TANGHRINEtf-Golden Flower, $1; Stag,
$1.65.
BOSTON, May 12.—Twenty cars soil. Fav
orable Market easier.
NAVEI-P-Quail, O X Ex. $2.25; Quality, S
T Nonlhoff, $2.50, Playmates, It II Redlands,
J" 70; It'y. H T Fernando, $2.4"; rtohusta. A
11 Ex, $3.66; Prong Horn, O X Ex, $2.55; Red
X O X Ex. $3; Lochinvar, R H E High, $2.90;
Honor Bright, R H E High, $3.40; MillcrMk.
xc,< Bed Q O Assn, $2.90; Emerald, or, C C U,
$2 80f Monogram, do, $2.65; Senorlta, srl, Sparr
F Co, $2.55; Clown, fy, do, $2.20; Quail, O X
Ex, $2.20; Campflre, S T Nordhoft 18.16; I.au
r. 1 Q C Soiona, $3.30; Tunnel, S T Fernando,
J" 80; Mof.se. O X Ex, $3.05; Golden Cross, O
X Ex 13.06; Col'i Buckle, R H E High, $3.36:
Heart oJ Gold, A F Hlsh, $3.70; Eagle, do,
$3 40' H C A, $2.5",; Elephant, Elephant Orch,
$275- Btearna, Highland C C TT, $2.60; Narnl
imo. or. Sparr F Co, $2.40; Elephant Ms, Ele
phant Orch. $2.20.
SEEDLINGS—Premium, J3.16; Good, $2.80;
Golden Orchard, $2.55-$2.45; Rey, $2.65; Tunnel,
$:( 15; Campflre, $2.95.
SWEETS—Quality, $3.15; Quail, $2 70.
BLOODS (Va)—Blue Tag, $1.46.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
FOR BALE—GOOD GROCERY BUSINESS IN
Sawtelle; present owner 3Vi years; good cor
ner. This l.i a live business; price $2600.
Also a 5-room modern house, lot 00x160, well
Improved, $14 cash. Address OWNER, box
13S, Sawtelle. 6-13-ut
WANTED—BUSTUNQ YOUNG MAN TO
take charge of outside work In good paying
business. Call 835 COPP lii^JO. G-11-3t
WANTED-PAItTNER IN GOOD PAYING
business to take charge of office; light work.
Call at 236 COPP BLDO. 5-11-3t
BARGAINS IN SODA FOUNTAINS. PACI
FIC COAST SODA FOUNTAIN FACTORY,
IS3 K. Fourth »t. 4-18-lmo
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING
Tainting, Paper Hanging, TlnllnK. Decorat-
Inc '! .slillllllri, wall paper, pililll'.. J. A.
I.INMiV « CO., 813 »V. 3d. Bdn)'. 1788.
ISiOU. 4-J7-IH'
Shipping News
SAN TEDRO, May 12.—Arrived: Steamer
Handle!, "from San Francisco direct; German
steamer Wotan, seventy-nine-days from Ant
werp, vim Cnp« Verde islands; steam schooner
Yellowstone, from Portland; steamship Presi
dent, from San Diego; steam schooner Ituih
field, from Hard? Creek; barkcntlne Echo,
twelve days from Coos Day; steam schooner
Doris, from Aberdeen; steam schooner Nome
City, from Portland, via Ban Francisco.
Balled: Steamship President, for Seattle, via
Redondo and San Francisco; steam schooner
Brooklyn, for Del Mar Landing, via San
Francisco; steam schooner James S. Hinlna,
for Fort MHragg, via San Francisco: steam
schooner Alcatrai, from Greenwood; schooner
Endeavor, for Redondo; schooner Oliver J.
Olsen, for Aberdeen in ballast; schooner Rosa
mond, for Raymond In ballast; steam schooner
Lokme, for San Diego.
810 TURRET STEAMER BBSS
The big German turret steamer Wotan,
Captain Schalker, arrived today from Ant
werp with a general cargo of 6700 tons con
signed to Balfour, Guthrle & Co. Of this
1000 tons of fertilizer and 200 tons of general
cargo are for this port and the remainder for
San Francisco and Oakland.
The Wotan Is 2408 tons net register and
has a capacity of 6000 tons. She is a sister
ship to the Claverley, recently chartered by
Jensen & Ostrander to carry wheat from Can
ada to Mexico, and the Inverness, now load-
Ing lumber at Portland for Calcutta.
PRESIDENT HAS MANY PASSENGERS
The steamer President, Captain Cousins,
called at this port and Redondo Beach for
freight and passengers today on the way from
Ban Diego to San Francisco and Seattle. She
took 295 possengers, of which 157 were booked
for Puget sound, and 175 tons of freight for
San Francisco and IS6 for Puget sound.
h.ynat.ei WITH FULL CABGO
The little steamer Hanalel of the Independ
ent line arrived this afternoon several hours
behind her schedule with a full list of passen
gers and 600 tons of freight. She will sail
tomorrow with 300 tons end a full list of
passengers.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTES
The steamer Yellowstone. Captain Ludlow,
arrived today from Columbia river with Ss'),OfO
feet of lumber for the MoCormlok Lumber
company and 1200 ties for the Salt Lake rail
road. *
The barkentlne Echo, Captain Falgren. Is
anchored In the outer harbor with 900,000 feet
of lumber loaded at Coos Bay.
Three windjammers were Included In the
departures today. The schooner Oliver J.
Olsen, Captain Kallenbcrg, sailed for Aber
deen to reload; the Rosamond, x Captain Pea
body, for Raymond to reload for the San Pedro
Lumber company, and the Endeavor, Captain
McAllup, for Redondo Beach, In tow of ths
tug Warrior, with a partial cargo.
The steamer Marshfleld, Captain Dettmurs,
arrived today from Hardy Creek with 600,003
feet of lumber for the National Lumber com
pany. -\
The steamer Doris. Captain Olsen, arrived
today from Aberdeen, with 900,000 feet for the
E. K. Wood Lumber company.
Deparutres of steam schooners today were
the Lakme, Captain Malgren, for San Diego,
with partial cargo loaded at Eureka; the
James S. Hlgglns, Captain Hlggins, for Fort
Bragg, via San Francisco, with passengers;
the Alcatraz, Captain Wlnkel, for Greenwood,
and the Brooklyn, Captain Matsen, for Del
Mar Landing.
The steamer Samoa, Captain Madsen. will
call here tomorrow morning for passengers
on the way from San Diego to Casper, via
San Francisco, to reload lumber.
The schooner Sadie, Captain Johnson, will
sail tomorrow for Umpqua to reload lumber
for the Kerekhoff-Cuzner Lumber company.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS
Steamers carrying passengers are due from
northern ports via San Francisco and from
southern ports direct as follows:
ARRIVE
Homer, San Bias May 13
Admiral Sampson, Seattle May 13
Santa Rosa, San Diego May 14
Geo. W. Elder, Portland May 16
Governor, Seattle May 17
Hanalel, San Francisco May 18
Governor, San Diego • May 13
Watson, Seattle May 19
Santa Rosa, San Francisco May 20
Roanoke. Portland May 22
President, Seattle May 24
Hanalel, San Francisco May 24
Buckman, Seattle May 25
President. San Diego May 26
Santa Rosa, San Francisco May 27
DEPART
Hanalel, San Francisco May 13
Santa Rosa, San Diego „ May 14
Santa Rosa, San Francisco May 15
Admiral Sampson, Seattle May 15
Geo. W. Elder, Portland May 17
Admiral Sampson, Seattle May 17
Governor, San Diego May 17
Governor, Seattle May 19
Hanalel, San Francisco May 24
Santa Rosa, San Diego May 21
Watson. Seattle May 21
Santa Rosa, San Francisco May 22
Roanoke, Portland May 24
Hanalle, San Francisco May 24
President, San Diego May £5
President, Seattle May 26
Buckman, Seattle May 27
Santa Rosa, San Diego May 28
Santa Rosa, San Francisco May 29
TIDE TABLE AX SAN PEDRO
High. Low.
Friday, May 13.. 2:34 p.m. 6:51 p.m.
6:04 p.m.
Saturday, May 14.. 0:21 a:m: 8:01 a.m.
4:01 p.m. v 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 15.. 1:41 a.m. 9:12 a.m.
6:03 p.m. 9:59 p.m.
BAN FRANCISCO, May 12.—Arrived: Steam
ers Roanoke, San Pedro; San Jaclnto, Ven
tura; Chehalls, San Pedro; Mexican, San
Diego. Sailed: Steamers Santa Rosa, San
Dieflo; W. S. Porter, San Pedro; Norwood,
San Pedro.
NEW YORK, May 12—Arrived: Argentina,
Palermo; Graf Waldersee, Hamburg. Sailed:
La Bavole, Havre; Bremen.
BOSTON, May Arrived: Cymric, Liv
erpool.
LIVERPOOL, May 12—Arrived: Carmanla,
New York.
SHANGHAI, May Arrived: Idomenus,
Liverpool, for Seattle.
MANCHESTER, May 11.—Sailed: Cnledo
nlan. Boston.
QUEENSTOWN, May 12.—Sailed: Majestic,
New York.
SOUTHAMPTON, May 12.—Sailed: Deutsch
land. New York.
1 CHERBOURG, May 12.—Arrived: George
I Washington, New York for Bremen, and pro
ceeded. _^.^
KOR RENT
APARTMENTS—FURNISHED AND
UNFURNISHED
Hotel Seville
732-734 S. FLOWER ST.
One of the finest family hotels In the cits.
Newly furnished throughout; steam heat;
hot and cold water: electrlo lights; European
plan. Only a short walk from Broadway.
Phones: Main 8613; F6&3S. 4-1-tf
rnUT? OT DI7PTC! 237 S- FLOWER.
THE ST. KKulb Main 2290. A 7336.
Five minutes from business center; hand
some building, cool porches, ' privata tele
phones, clean, nicely furnished apartments,
$1.1 to $25; single rooms, $2.00 to $1.00 weekly;
$8.00 to $12 monthly. 6-12-3
ROOMS—FURNISHED , :'
GIRARD HOUSE
115 iS. THIRD ST.
100 all outside rooms; 60 with private
bath; central location; elevator service:
steam heat; rates as low as $15 month;
with private bath. $25. Main 2330; Home
10861. 3-24-tf
HOUSES—UNFURNISHED
FOR RENT—UNFURNISHTD COTTAGE, 4
rooms and bath; place for chickens; $12 per
month, Call at 237 N. Prlchard. Phone
■ Main 6564. 3: 2}
HOUSES FURNISHED
l^Oli RENT-4-ROOM COTTAGE; BATH.
place for chickens; $12 per month. Call at
237 N. I'rlchard st. Main 6004. 6-18-3
—UNFURNISHED
TO LET- MODERN FLATS; ONE FIVE, ONE
six rooms; close In, walking distance; $20
per month, water paid. Apply at 1050 TEM
PLE or 429 TEMPLE. 5-11-31
OFFICES
rOR RENT—NICE BUNNY FRONT OF
fices on Broadway; large windows and
advertising space; also smaller offices. In
aulre room 4. 144 M & BROADWAY.
1-17-M
THE WEATHER
' LOS ANGELES, May 12._
Tlm*.|Bnrom.|Ther.|Hum| Wind |VloT|Weather,
lV m.j~io!ai |B~|~ H INK ( 4 [Pt, 6''ll'
6p. m. 80.08 I 64 ] 68_| SW | 7 I l't. cldy
Maximum temperature, 72.
• Minimum temperature, 64.
WT.ATIIKB CONDITIONS
SAN FRANCISCO, M,ay 12.—The following
maximum and minimum temperatures are re
ported from eastern stations for th« previous
day: Chicago, 48-42; Now York, 64-50; nina.hn,
60-43.
FORECAST '
For Southern California—Fair Friday, warm
er; moderate north wind.
For San Francisco and vicinity—Fair Fri
day: light south wind, changing to brisk
west: somewhat warmer.
For Santa Clara valley—Fair Friday, warm- |
er; moderate north wind. _
For San Joaquln valley—Fair Friday; con
tinued warm; moderate north wind.
For Sacramento valllcy—Fair Friday; con
tinued warm: moderate north wind.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
COCKNELL-McCONNELL - Arthur Cocknell,
iiKoii 28, and Adeline McCnnnell, used 21;
natives of England and Ireland; residents of
Highlands and Los Angelas.
GIL.ARDONI-PRAYO—William F. Gllardonl,
aged S3, and Louise Prayo, need 22; natives
of Louisiana; both residents of Los Angeles.
WILUAMS-FURMAN-Clarcnce C. Williams,
aged 23, and Lola Lee Furman, aged 19; na
tives of California and Ohio; resident of
Hollywood and l<oa Angeles,
ALLEN-STIERSCII—Auguste C. Allen. aged
21, and Clara T. Btlersch, need 19; natives of
California and Illinois; both residents of Los
Angeles.
MOWERB-TUSSBT— Roy A. Mowers, aged IS.
and May Tussey, aged 16: natives of 1111
-1 iise and Missouri; residents of San Pedro
and Los Angeles.
VOQLER-CROY—Louis Vogler, aged 23. and
Oenevleve A. Cloy, aged 21; natives of New
York and California; residents of Los An
geles and Ban Diego.
RKVNAUD-PETERS— Andrew >W. Rcynaud,
aged 25, and Ina M. refers, aged 86; natives
of Louisiana and Massachusetts: residents of
Ijos Angeles and San Francisco.
SWonTFIGUER-SWORTFIGUER— G.
Swortflguer, aged 22, anil Marietta St. 0
Bwortflguer, aged 23; natives of California;
both residents of St. Helena.
BERGAN-HANLON-John Itcrgnn,- aged M,
and Ellen Hanlon. aged 64; natives of Ire
land and Illinois; residents of Lour Beach
and Los Angeles.
SHEEHAN-MeBATHROrI— fiheehan.
aged 23, and Minerva, B. McEathron, aged
ow Llulslana and Massachusetts; residents of
l»s Angeles.
DIBLE-BNOW—Karl C. Dlhle, aged 22. and
Bessie Snow, aged 20; natives of Pennsylva
nia and Canada; residents of Los Angeles
mill Pasadena.
MANN-WILLIAMS—WiIIiam Alexander Mann,
aged 43, and Elizabeth Williams, need 37;
natives of Missouri and Texas; both resi
dents of I-os Angeles.
WILCOX-MOREY Clyde O. Wllcox, aged 22.
and Grace F. Morey, aged 20; natives of
California and Illinois; both residents of LOS
Angeles.
BIRTHS
GIRLS.
MOSS—To Dave end Pearl Moss, 1339 East
Twentieth ptieet.
BAKU- To Robert and Vivian Ti.ier. 1117
Hoover street.
BOYS
KIDNEY— John and Allsle Kidney. ISM
Went Thlrty-tlfth street.
QIRANDET—To Joannes and Alice Glrandet.
1114 West Twenty-fifth street. \
DEATHS
MONTGOMERY— Montgomery, 969 East
Twelfth street, age 43, native of Indiana;
cancer.
PEABODT—Overton J. Peabody, 1214 High
land avenue, ago 63, native of Vermont;
lerrebrltls.
BOYCE—William Boyce. 2900 North Broadway,
age 51, native of Virginia; tuberculosis.
FRAMESCHINO—John Frameschlno, county
hospital, age 30, native of Italy; tubercu
losis. * ■ -
LUGO—Joseph Lugo, gravel pit on East First
street, age 53, native of California; fracture
-of skull.
ROSEBERRY—IsabeIIa Roseberry, 1071 Hoover
street, age 62. native of Maryland; hemor
rhage.
VAN CLUF—Phoebe L. Van Cluf. 2121 Union
street, age 73, native of Pennsylvania; en
docarditis. "•'
HENDERSON— Henderson, 713 West
Tenth street, age "2, native of Connecticut;
bronchitis.
SMITH— G. Smith, county hospital, native
of Massachusetts, age 49; pneumonia.
MERRILL—George Merrill, gravel pit, East
First street, age 42, native of California;
fracture of skull.
ALBAREZ—Raymond Albarrz, 2432 Porter
street, age 2, native of California; tubercu
losis.
SELBY-Amella fielby, 621 South Olive street,
age 87, native of New York: senility.
*' DIED
HENDERSON—May 11, 1910, at 713 West
Tenth street, Julia Bradley Henderson, ng»d
73 years, wife of John M. Henderson, mother
of Jennie E., Charles A.. Frederick B. and
Horace 11. Henderson; sister of Maria H.
Bradley. Funeral services from chapel of
(irr & Edwards, Tenth and Flower streets, ,
Friday, at 2 p. m. Interment private.
Peoria, 111., and New Haven. Conn., pa
pers please copy. 5-12-2
LAVENTHAL—Jacob, husband of Julia Lav
enthal, father of Isador, Julius and Leon,
sons; native of Strasburg, West Prussia,
died May 11, 1910. Funeral from home, '.c:
Blalne street, Friday, 10 a. m. Interment
Jewish cemetery. 5-12-2
CEMETERIES
■^rtOLZy^vVOOD^CKMETEK^
Rolling lawns, trees, shrubbery and beauti
ful lakes.
MODERN' in EVERY respkct
Situated in the most beautiful section of
Southern California, the Ideal location Just
Inside Los Angela! city limits.
Melrose and Colegrove car lines to ground*.
A CEMETKUY THAT IS SELECT
Ail:. 1. 208 Lauiclilln ISlilg. Main SOI.
Cemetery phones 50035; Hollywood 343.
EVERGREEN CEMETERY
•The los Angeles Cemetery association.
Boyle Heights, near city limits. Operated
under perpetual charter from Los AiiKele*
city. Modern chapel and crematory.
Office, 839 Brailhnry Bldg.
Phones —Main 632) A 5486.
Cemetery—Home 1)1083 ( Boyle 8.
«-«-llm
" ROSEDALE CEMETERY
An endowed memorial park, noted for Its
natural beauty; endowment fund for per
petual care, over 1260.000; modern receiv
ing vault, chapel, crematory and columbar
ium; accessible. City office.- SUITE 302-»0«
EXCHANGE BLDO., N. E. cor. Third and
Hill sts Phones Main 909; A 3620. Cemetery
office 1831 W. Washington st. Phones 72851;
West 81' "-'-"">
TYPEWRITERS
Uju^T^ii^A^xT?!; W KIT Ell.
Look over all the typewriters for sale In
town, then buy c c from us. Our window
speaks for 1 elf. We have all makes at
all prices. We tell the best typewriter car
bon that money can buy. We sell the beat
typewriter ribbon that money can buy. Write
or call for free, samples; If you are con
vinced, give us your business. We do not
employ solicitors to annoy you, but we
handle a class of goods that get the business
for us. We are agents for the No. 5 Bllck
ensderfer Aluminum, the traveling man's
typewriter. ARTHUR O. WILSON co., 330
B. Hill st. A 1878; Main 6428. 4-17-tf
ALL MAKES OK REBUILT TYPKWKIT
ers. See our bargains. Beit rentals In city.
11.50 to |3 a month. >
LOS ANGELES TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGB.
45111 Its B. Broadway. Main 3951
1-11-
TYPEWRITERS BOLGIIT AND KE.NTKD.
All make-, guaranteed; repairing. BAKER*
IIOKY CO. (Inc.) M«Vi So. Broadway.
Main 4111)1; A4IIIO. 10-11-tf
DENTIBTB
CI.; ~u J.iciniA!ri« i ~"fuA-»u» Maje»»«o Xneatet
•Ids.. M» o. IMwajr. tfotUHj Main sail.
SEWING MACHINES
WHITE BKWINO MACHINE! CO.. NOW
permanently located, at Tit >■ Broadway, tl
P ADVERTISERS ,
Count six average word* a* on* line.
' No ad. accepted for lea* than th* price
of throe lint*.
The Herald reserve* the right ta re
rlsa advertisement* and to reject or omit
and refund the amount paid.
Report promptly to the classified man
ager failure to gat return* or experience
with fraudulent or dishonest advertiser*.
Two or more Insertion* are better than •
one. Try a three-time ad. Result* al
most certain for anything. . •
For contract solicitor* and advertising
advice call
SUNSET~MAIN 8000 v"■
HOME 10211
AND ASK FOR CLASSIFIED MANAGER
SPECIAL~RATES
Want »3*. Ir a word «aeh Inwrtloev
Rooms for rent, 3 linen. 3 times.
Rooms with board. 3 line*. 3 times,
25 CENTS
HET.P WANTED—Mai* and female, 1
lines, 8 times,
25 CENTS
SITUATIONS WANTED
| FREE
WANTED
HELP—MALE _
WANTED-MEN. BY LARGE CONTRACTING*
company; can learn trade of plumbing, elec
tricity, bricklaying, automobiles. In few
months; no apprentice or helpers work and
no expense; J20.000 contract work going; cat
alogue free. UNITED TRADE SCHOOL
CONTRACTING COMPANY, 647 Paciflo Elec
tric Bldg, 4-30-tf
FREE~~BCHOLARSHIP IN THE INTEKNA
tIonaI Correspondence School In exchange for
a few hours-light work. Call between 8:30
and 9 a. m., 340 PACIFIC ELECTRIC BLDG.
B-11-i
HELP—FEMALE
/ - Z=
WANTED A SALESWOMAN. .
No experience and no money required; must
possess Intelligence, good health, neat ap
pearance and be willing to work hard; the
employment offered will pay a successful
woman $20 to $60 per week. Apply Room 211,
FAY BUILDING, southeast corner 3d and
Hill Itl, 6-13-1
——™ %
_____
WANTED GIRL FOR LIGHT
housework; no children or washing. Call at
I}S WEST BOTH ST., or phono SOUTH 0135
this morning. i . C-U-2
WANTED — SEVBN LADIES QUICK—
Beauty culture pays big Learn right.
FLORENTINE HAIRDRESSINO COL
LEGE, corner Broadway. Entrance 327
Mercantile place. l-3-tt
LADIES AND GIRLS Al HOME. STEAD?
oi evenincs; can stamp transfer, 11.50
do*, upward; original, reliable firm. Room
(14 MASON BLDQ.. 22* W. Fourth
9-U-tf
FREE SCHOLARSHIP IN THE INTERNA
tIonaI Correspondence School In exchange for
a few hours light work. Call between 8:30
and 9 a. m., 343 PACIFIC ELECTRIC liLDG.
- 6-11-5
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL WITH REF
ereneea for general housework. 316 N.
Lcmona aye., Hollywood. Telephone 5*474.
*-»-7
HELP— OR >EM ALE
WANTED—MEN JND WOMEN TO LEARN
toe barber ir*<e; guaranteed In eight
weeks. Cat» »«ue free. MOHLER BAR
BER COLLEvIE. 118 B. Second ft. 7-1-tl
WANTED-LADIES AND GENTLEMEN ON
commission to build up business for life.
616 Chamber of Commerce .bldg. 6-7-tt
SITUATIONS—MALK
WANTED—SITUATION, BY YOUNG MAN II
years of age. Willing to do most anything,
but would prefer clerking. Address J. F.
X., care 228 East Second St., Long Bench,
Oal. 4-16-tf
BETHLEHEM FREES EMPLOYMENT
agency, 610 Vignes street. Main 5721;
Homo A4SB4. Men 'or housecleanlng,
yard work and general labor. J-J4-tt
EXPERIENCED KEEPER AND
clerk, now employed, desires to change;
willing to leave town. Address BOX 237
Herald. 6-10'
PIANIST WANTS SITUATION AT BEACH
or in city; read, fake, compose, transpose
and arrange. Phone MAIN 4'-^. Call for
pianist. . 6-11-4
WANTED—YOUNG MAN HANDY WITH
tools wants any kind of work; can run and
repair automobiles. Address BOX 182, Her
ald. 5-11-7
WANTED - POSITION at • CARPENTER
work by a young man with some experience
In rough work. Address BOX 975, Herald.
\> "-- 5-11-3t
SITUATIONS —FEMALE
WANTED— A HOME WITH A LIBERAL
minded Individual who has advanced Ideas,
clean thought*, educated In thought culture,
environment to be music, large grounds,
v tree*, shrubbery, flowers, by middle-aged
lady. References. Address MRS. E. F.
GREEN, 1023 E. 49th St., Los Angeles, Col.
6-12-7
SITUATION' WANTED— RELIAFJ« YOUNQ
woman, German, good housekeeper and cook,
wants work In adult family; steady place.
Address BOX 454 Herald. 6-10-6
SITUATION AS NURSE TO ONE
or two children by a rellned lady who has
years of experience; best of references. Ad
dress M. E., 230 Herald. '
EXPERIENCED PIANIST AND OPERATOR
wants position In theater; can also manage;
have machine. Address OPERATOR, Long
Beach. • " -">-«
WANTED—PERMANENT POSITION BY
bookkeeper, typewriter and cashier, 16 years"
experience; references. Address BOX 856*.
Herald. 4T-l»-tt
SITUATIONS —MALK AMD JtK.II ALB
WANTED—WORK IN PRIVATE HOU3O.
$20 month, room and board, while attend
ing school; school hour* from I to i p. m.
p. O. BOX 147. City. »-IT-t«
WANTED — PURCHASE STOCK
WANTED—
' Stock in the Los Angeles Investment conk
pany; any amount up to (40,000 at 13 a share.
Q. F., cars Globe Savings Bank.
i i ' 4-87-tf
TO MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—CASH PAID FOR JTBATUUR
beds. 711 BAN PEDRO IT. Phone* ,
■ Fnn<l: Main 110*. H-17-tt
,>,"'; MONEY
WANTED—WANT $6000, 3 YEARS AT < PER
cent; flrnt mortgage on North Hill at., 100
-foot double frontage, unimproved; conserva
tive valuation $30,000. Address BOX 463, Her
ald. - -■ 6-13-1
. MISCELLANEOUS Wi'r
WANTED—SECOND HAND FILE CASES
for card system and document file; must be -
modern and In good order. BOX 221, Her
slfl. " 6-6-tf
NOTARIES ~J~^
k M. WITT. NOTARY PUBLIC. PENSION
papers, deeds, collection* and will* nego
tiated. Room 4. 1441* *• Broadway.
• • 1-11-tt
CEBBPOOLB
IMPERIAL CESSPOOL PUMPINQ CO.—
take t out l*rg«at load. Wait lIIIj 11040.

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