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PUT WOMEN ON FORCE SAYS PASTOR-REFORMER Urges Municipal Farm and Gen eral Golden Rule Police and Court Methods A municipal ranch, night court ses sions, women patrolmen and the "golden rule" method adopted in parts of the east, were among: the points advocated hy the Rev. Dnna W. Bart lett. head of the Bethlehem institu tion, to be maintained In Los Angeles, In an address before the Federation club at its luncheon yesterday. Mr. Bartlett's subject was "Better Methods in Dealing with Lawbreak ers." Mo snid: "I believe in better methods in deal ing with lawbreakers. The chain cane system should be abandoned. In my travels through the east I saw none of this. "T think it a poor policy for jmtrol men to make arrests on every littio B ':. .■■' ■ I-; %-■ ■ ■■ ■ •■- •'■■ » : DIVISION I t: ( DIVISION II m (Comprising Districts A and B) „ (Comprising Districts C and D) ■ftf^^L^^ The city •ofl o, Angeles within the following boundaries: /*■ All that territory not within the boundaries of Los Angeles city, , WM -r-T*- SlatJon city oi on the south! Arlington the following boundaries: as se t forth under he-din Division I jSSS2bis&* *%BSm&r *' \ &hire boulevard cast on Hoover, north to Effie, , cast to San Ferhan- '•'■■ DISTRICT C ML I'"'' ':'^^^^^^Sl^^ do road north to Whitmore avenue, north to Aldama to l'ayctte and portion of Los Angeles county not within the bottn /®S«^ftfii^^;;^*'^^S^^S Crescent, south along Salt Lake railroad to Avenue 43. thence cast & %xxt& ' of Los Angeles city as set forth under heading Division I, and M • to Griffin, south on Griffin to Fenn, thence east to Westminster, a i so San Bernardino and Orange counties. -•/. ' (g Syj 13 . mCda" S°Uth l° SlaUS°"" 0 ""ghM| S°Uth ' & *»«*^l^l^l^OR lAHAM E R^f An'dM "üburbi* losios W@liS!n^^^^^^i^m^^^^M%l DISTRICT A . =:-*>:!:;:MRS. HESTER T. GRIFFITH, Los Angeles suburbs. .279,342 ral^^«ii%ii^Ai#^^^^S DISTRICT A . •«b. F. BESWICK, Santa Ana 168,547 P; | m^tWmi : fi' * . All territory within the above boundaries and west of .he follow- »* msz HAZEL WEBSTER, Ocean Park 89,266 M y ' ~ » , "4_ - - -LJuJgtTVT^** ing dividing line: Main street, beginning at Slauson avenue to !FLOREN CE WILLIAMS, South Pasadena 61,713 WW^^m^;^^-—^:. I . Spring street) along Spring street to San Fernando, San Fernando * CLAY TON GRICE, Inglewood 44,005 $5300 Home on College Tract street along Los Angeles river to northern boundary line. The * VIDA DAMRO Huntington Beach 26,212 First Capital Prize dividing line runs in the center of the given streets, hence, buildings Miss winadde Thomas , ciearwater : 22,275 on the west side of Main and San Fernando are in District A, and Frien d, Hollywood # . 21,042 ■.;::■■:: , ___-_____, those on th east side are in District B. Miss Susie Thompson, San Bernardino 16,610 f «,^.,..,.,., r ■"'■", v■. .■■■■-. ; -■■.-. v-y ? v -■:-■;■: :-./ :^ **** DR . C. T. PEPPER, Los Angeles ' 251,827 Aubrey A. Moody, Ontario 14,098 V - |fefc>. '" ' ***MRS. OSCAR B. SMITH, Los Angeles 150,550 Paul Doty, Pasadena 11.346 kl , I ***JAMES B. BOULDIN, Los Angeles 122,559 K. S. Hull, Redlands 10,832 A. . jttff) ?-, > ***HEBER TONES, Los Angeles 110,881 Miss Ethyl Swall, Garden Grove 10,642 i/PA" \ il'. \j 'V ' '■■■ **MRS ANNA KALLIWODA, Los Angeles 82,213 Lionel Clotworthy *,o4U /^M^i^iiMClftwdß^-^" ♦•HENRIETTA HOLLE, Los Angeles, 1. 56,891 Mrs. Ida L. Scharr , 6,149 • :4^^^^^Plw^^k|-' SiJS-K^fBA^^Angeies:::::::::::::::::: SS ]*L.^^^:::::;:::::::::::::::::r : ::::::::::::" %* . ' - ■ fWK^W^SL. rvde Bess 5 >125 Jufian Gobar ' L9'o Arthur Way"::::::: 3.000 J Huron A . Kennedy , •• 1.800" f? 1 s'^£i~j 's' *4 * \ "^S'^^H irs' Gari per Cu, rran 3 1 50 ir, 1!' 131) v Vettviohn :.":::::::::: , 1,390 *■' - ' ,^^i^^a^^m^m^^S^^^S.^l Antonio Busciolano " 2 <822 Arnold Lawrence USO r • Tnspnhine Russell 2 822 Arnold Lawrence ' I '<isU _______ _, . . jobcpniiii. jvusstu -. _ orvrv _ . 1 •inn $3380 KnOX Tourabout Robert lew' 2'Boo Kathleen Connolly 1.300 Second Capital Prize J.ohn Shepek '." • 2,700 E. L. Howell • 1.300 Grant Cuthbertson 2,600 Grant White — MOO ■-— . . ..... -,: ■■■'■rrrrnir^i E. H. Hitchcock ••• 2 085 J. A. Poole ••• •• • • 1 >250 «;■- , .;.■■•• i iH. V. Huber ..-. 2-000 Richard Humphrey .%........... l >2oo • ' .V .; ' . Fred Haney "• 1-807 Jas. H. Goodyear • L 125 1 ■ ' Otis A. McKelvie ~ 1.800 } da S. Lehan 1100 "' Charl'esE. Bent 1.550 J. a. Weisenborn 1.100 ■:! .• • * , A ,* ' :.. . Alexander Galloway l^°° George Frew ]-095 j IrWjpsgp. , • v ( H.H.Livingston : 1>95 Miss V. 1. Brown. :-.;..^,.-....., g 1.000 • If 1 " - ■' *'- J Leonard M.Stanley ' I-433 >.>&£&* J <-f«** J. L. 1rwin'.'......::.' 1.100 - " DISTRICT D i" jteji. '3^?>T**' ">>■*<<•[ . Mrs'lda H. Baker.:::.: .' ••• 1,000 , All other territory not included in any of the above districts. I |^ A A H. G. Braincrd ■ I'ooo ******MRS. CLARA JACKSON, Bakersfield 1.. 474,596 ±< '^^K^^^^^^^^^^^^^AM E. H. Carpenter , • ••• L^oo ** Ruth M . Virden, Oxnard 69,189 .v> - _ » '- - *^"_ >"%«^ Sam Disparte • I'ooo1 '000 *Mi=s Leone Jeffries, Riverside 31,679 _.. ;-V ™, -^ '-fjM Clara Fensom * • ••••• 1,000 Harry Lowrey, Corona 17,630 'i^t:~sM „ -<^^HS-iS«Bafc • m E. L. Unwell .-: 000 Estelle Le Sage ■ ; 15.220 giS^^-^Cv -.•....■• ' " --- . . ~-**£F*\ J ***4 \Vil an, D Stephens • 1000 C. M. Applestill 8,808 i"™lllllMM" "" ■ -' "'■ " ' Al lunc °'^; , nKTPirT p. Walter M. Coffey ...;.... 7,086 $787.50 Double Trip to the Orient district a John Gillespie ; 3,100 Third rnnitnl Priro All that territory within the city limits and easf of the dividing Juan Barcena •V. i • ... • • &***> lllira capital I r/ZC » • Fucrene Snroul £,oio line as given above. A?S?Ba¥e^^ 1.000 ■ *****MISS J. VAN ALLEN, Los Angeles 392,723 Rev . w . M. Barrett • ••.•• 1-000 4mxgMar ••HERBERT L. BARKER, Los Angeles 73,575 Maurice Balaam i? ,000 SBmT W. R. McLEOD, Los Angeles ■ 65,215 Perry Banks .•••. J.«JJ M -EDGAR C. SWANGER, Los Angeles 32,610 Wa»a«.^ t e ".".'' ;\\\\\\ \ \ \ \\ ijoOO ■ Asbury T. Wade, Los Angeles 12,595 p c |I>rcna % 1,0(00 ffe^M||^S| • Mrs. Victoria A. Smith, Los Angeles 10,350 Gladys Cummings ; ....•• 1,000 mmM B^^—BBtt Frank Blackburn, Los Angeles 10,335 E. Busby •■ • j-JJJO W^^^^Sm IrS' 'Mar>' Varner ' 3*700 =======2 "' m IPSfifi^ Mi— \lj.iili.h miLonng:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: '^ rpHE P eo P !c whose names aPP ear above W&W^ Mrs. Aia-gie i:. Loring 5,240 rpIII- people whose names appear above iP^Bffl ffiffl^** « liv "llire '-"nc> 3,010 I know what June 30th's coming means. ¥ WTm I .'; m^^k'^v's::::::::::::"''"""^:-^"-------:'- 11500 Have they told you. about it yet? If a lfl/S 1 ' juiius Copian ' J^°o friend of yours is among those named get into $ ,Mf J ¥ R. Hugh McWhorter ' !;i9O communication with him at once and ask him «Bk 1 Carl JT aacobson 1 " .'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'. ■ '■'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '■'■ •• • LlOO how you can help to make June 30th a glorious i Mrs. S. i ii.>,owem • j'OOp day—a day which will mark the successful con- Mj«v i'm , ,; ■■■■:::'.:::::::::::::.:::'. l!ooo summation of a brilliant undertaking. Do it now! $750 Lindeman Grand Piano ls H Etonian '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '•'.'.'. '• '■'■ • 100° ■ Fourth Capital Prize Mr, J. M. Springer '. \\\ ' • l >m ======== pretext, just for the sake of expecting advancement In the ranks, a patrol man should watch for the actual crim inals and not for the petty affairs that practically amount to nothing—only to brins hardship and dlsgraoe t.> the families. I think the families should be helped and protected by th« city authorities while the men on whom they are dependent are Incarcerated. •'1 think the 1800 acres owned by the municipality should be used for a mu nicipal farm, where the unfortunates could work in the open air Instead of being placed In the Jail or prison dun geon. They should not be guarded by uniformed patrolmen, but foremen who have sympathy for those In their Successful municipal farms are oper in Kansas City, Cleveland and Chicago. "Night sessions of the court would greatly facilitate the legal work and help those arrested, dealing with them without 'delay, which so often i additional Inconvenience and hardship "The 'golden rule' system condui ted in some of the eastern cities should be maintained here, [nstead of the fre quent arrests on petty affairs, these should lie treated on the order of the golden rule. "I think that women should be placed on the police force with the authority to assist in handling the women, girls and Juveniles who are arrested." LOS AXGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 0. 1010. SALT LAKE WILL OPERATE OVERLAND TRAIN SATURDAY Special Schedule to Be in Effect j Until Next Tuesday Although regular train service Is not to be resumed on thi reconstructed Salt Lake railroad until next Tuesday, th* completion of the roadbed repairs will make it poslble for the Overland to be run out of I.os Angeles Saturday night ; The first train will leave the Ball Lake station at 8 o'clock Saturday evening. On the same evening the westbound Overland will leave Salt Lake at 11:50 o'clock. The Overland will he run as a special on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. On Tuesday the new schedule will go into effect and at 10 o'clock Tuesday morn-' Ins? the Rait Lake Limited will leave Los Angeles for the first time for sev ernl months. Word was received yesterday of the perfection of the roadbed and immedi ately flrranKcments were started for tho resumption of service. It Is expootori that the last pile on the brldpe work between F.'ain and Bcyd will be driven today. By Sunday that portion of Uio track will be in -condition to allow fast trains to he run over it. Friday night the Salt Lake will ac cept perishable freight to be shipped east. Non-perishable goods are now tie- Ing- accepted for shipping at each end of th« line. WILL ANNOUNCE PROGRAM FOR FEDERATION BANQUET A meeting of the Federation of State societies will be held thfa evening at I 7:30 o'clock in the assembly room of tlv clrmilier of commerce. All federation 1 officers, nil state society, officers and representatives of all states, whether or not they are organised in Los An- KCles. are urged to be present by James A Williams, manager of the federation. Final arrangements will be made for the great federation banquet at Ham burger's cafe June IT. The banquet pioKtiun win be announced for the first i time. VENTURA JEWELER BANKRUPT Fred E. Jenkins, a jeweler of Ven tura, filed voluntary, proceedings in bankruptcy yesterday With the clerk <>C the United States district court. Hi* liabilities arc fixed at M"36.15 nnd Mis ai'frtF are $3301. • SOCIETY ORGANIZED BY 50 FORMER VIRGINIANS A Virßinin. society was orgnnlied at a meeting in tho committee room of thr chamber of Commerce building yesterday aftmnoon. Oflloers were •tooted as follows: Prosidont. the Rev. Baker p. Lee; flrsJ vioe president, n. Welle.l; secretary-treasurer, Thomas Ball. A second vice president will bo eleoted at ■ subsequent meeting. The following committee was ap pointed to draw up a constitution and hy-laws for the organization: R I^. Hutchison. A. St. C. Perry and Mr. Hogue. Mr. Hutchison will appoint two other meinbers>. Rev. Lee presided. About fifty Vir ginians wore present. James A. wil llams Invited the society to loin the federation of state societies. The so ciety accepted and will lie seated at a special tabu- at the federation*ban quet at Hamburger's, June 17. The u,\ Mr. Lee asked that he be allowed to contribute the dollar which is re quired as a membership fee by the federation. "1 have Just married n couple." said Rev; Lee. "Tho pin's name was Virginia, strangely. The fellow was 'pretty decent about it. so 1 should like to divide with the new .. re-let.v ." NEW THOUGHT ASSOCIATION MEMBERS HONOR LEADERS Members of the California New- Thought association entertained Mrs. Margaret C. La Orange, Mrs. Kather ine Kent Althouso and Mrs. Anna B. Stevens with a pleasant banquet at the home of Mrs. M. B. Cranl. U&3 South Burlington avenue, last evening, Mrs. Grant's big house was taxed to Its full capacity by tl ■ many who wero present to dhow their appreciation of tho work accomplished by the originat ors of the new thought work in Los Angeles, Mrs. I,a Orange and Mrs. Althouse will leave Los Angeles June lii for a four months' trip to Japan. China, In dia and the European centers, from which they expect t<, return and take up work in Los Angeles about October 17 of this year. Mrs. Stevens will leave Los Angeles for her home in Boston about June 2fi. and visit Europe. She will return to LOS Angeles in tho fall for her usual Winter stay in sunny Southern Califor nia, ft ARROWIIKAII HOT SPRINGS Week-end rate $5.00, Saturday dinner to Monday morning breakfast. Baths and outdoor swimming pool. Dancing Saturday night. Mountain air, no fog. I WILL GIVE $1000 IF I FAIL TO CURE ANY CANCER or TUMOR I TREAT BEFORE IT POISONS DEEP GLANDS WITHOUT KNIFE OR PAIN-r&^r^. A VEGETABLE PLASTER. ilP^^>>^V NO PAY UNTIL CURED f 11 5000 CURED, SWORN TO. f People you can see and IVnSt JEST % talk to, Judges, Law- 0^397 "?=^ ■& yers.Drs and Ministers I / if/ ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE. I Ar>\ V) ANYTUMOR.LUMPorSORE \ .ZL N J7 ON THE LIP,FACE or BODY \ >tg'» / I MONTHS IS CANCER. V **^ 1 BOOK SENT FREE, ?fcYnni-^^ \ with testimonials. gMWF^f M. Hundreds cured after |3}'^V __-r^^ operations failed. Poor EffUSTir'"VJßmk \ cured at half price."S^>*^JO /481 GANGER IN WOMAN'S BREAST Begins a small lump and If neglected It always poisons deep In armpit, and PROVES FATAL QUICKLY. Address DR.&MRS.DR.CHAMLEY,i« kUntgart U. S. CANCER CURE, LARGEST In the WORLD ' 745 AND 747 S. MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL. > t!NDLY MAIL TO SOMEONE WITH CANCER You can fcuy It, pprhap» at many placea, but there's one BEST place to buy It—and that place advertlMfl.