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LAY CORNER STONE FOR NEW ST. MARY'S CHURCH Impressive Ceremony Marks Step in Construction of Institution. Bishop Conaty Presides j /ho cornerstone for the beautiful new St. .Marys academy to be located on Blauson avenue on the Inglew i division of the Redondo car lines, was laid with impressive ceremonies yes ,■ afternoon b< fore a large num bi r of pri< sts, tiisters and visitors. mony "as held at 3 o'clock, ' Bishop ronatj ■ wing the bli Bglng and laying of the stone the bishop ii b Iress, in whlc h he siiuk,' of the pla t education for young women in the Catholic 1 church ongratulated the sisters on the lished in L,os An geles. Bishop Conaty waa assisted In the M ____ w [ARE YOU The "Hero" of This f Little Tragedy? / A candidate was nominated in The Herald's Contest. He said: "I'll start working next week." In the meanwhile ■ The Votes Tumbled While he was bewailing the fact he hadn't started working| before the votes had tumbled; They Tumbled Again "I must get busy!" he exclaimed, and^then straightway put off getting started "for a few days" and The Votes Tumbled Once More Time rolled around and the procrastinator was still procrasti nating and The Votes Were Still Tumbling The time is now come when but a few days re main before the most sig nificant of all drops will occur. Will Mr. Candidate confess himself a failure, or rectify past mistakes by extra energy before liTeFinal Tumble June 18 See Page 5 . iervice by the Rt R«v. ligr. Harnett, the very Rev. Dr. class, the Rev*. l>. \. Duggan, r. Lilly, J. Querovlch, T. !■'. Fahey, Francis Conaty, E. Qerardi, P, Dillon, P. OUellly and C. .lung. A large number of sisters fconi the city convents were present In addition to the sisters and student! from the academy. The foundations for tho buildings are completed, the whole structure to 1,000. ii is expected that the new building will be completed tor the fall term. The new academy is located near the site for the new St. Vincent's col plana tor which are being pre pared. The site commands a magnifl- ci ,t view of tin' city and mountains, and it is expected that the two Insti • will present an imposing ap ance when completed. The commencement exercise* of St. .Mary's academy will be held Friday afternoon In the Father Meyer Memor ial hail of St. Vincent's college, Grand avenue and Washington ttreet. WOMAN SWOONS IN STREET While i>n her way to the office of a physician, Mrs. til. n. A. Shepardson, 1128 Hobart boulevard, suddenly swooned and fell to th< pavement at Fifth an.] Spring streets yesterday af ternoon, shortly after I o'clock. LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JtXNTE 16, 1910. MOORE PAYS TRIBUTE TO FRANCIS, HIS SUCCESSOR Retiring School Superintendent Makes Address to the Federation Club Dr, E. (' Moore, tho retiring euperln nl of the Los Angeles public schools was the speaker at the F. del i tion club luncheon yesterday, in the opening of his address he paid a high compliment to J. B. Francis, his buo cessor. He Bald In part; "There are more than 1300 teachers ami 43,000 pupils In Los Angeles. •■The school district is too large for the sehoolhouse accommodation, there ichools. i think we made a mistake In taking In so much of the country districts under the clrcum , Wi have three times more territory, according to the population, than any other city in the United "The high school at Gardena, which Includes ton acres of land for cultiva tion, l think is one of the host places for boys to learn scientific farming. Tho San Pedro high school lx well adapted tor Instruction for im navi gation. "Much Importance rests In the ele mentary educational facilities leading up to the high schools and col!eg*s. We are trying to tea.en the children to reffd, as well as how to road. Tho method of writing !■ hindered by tho parents. They want to see beautiful writing by their children when, in fact, the position and movement should be instructed and lot tho copy take oaro o f itself. Copper-plat* writing h»s not the elements or good "writing, •■l consider that music is one of tho greatest Helps in the advancement of the education of children. "The spelling of the English language is past comprehension. it is about equal to learning the Chinese alphabet. What use. for Instance, is the silent letter, l believe in joining tho reform spelling advocated hy Roosevelt. 1 think that when a person presumes to spell the English language absolutely correctly he shows mental weakness." Pr. Moore was unanlmiously elected an honorary member of the Federation club at the close of his address. FlckettS Auto Livery, 216 S. Spring. Phone Main 719. 450E X Jrn Votes Are Votes Per 1 _^ 1 « • Club Dollar _ HP If «<M k I 1 M OT IUIEPIIIIS After June 18, 400 Only J^ (A Drop of 50 Votes Per Dollar) DIVISION I Mrs. S. TI. Frowcm 1,000 (Comprising Districts A and B) F..L. O'Bnen^. ........................................... 1,000 The city of Los Angeles within the following boundaries: I. 11. Riordan 1.000 Slauson avenue on the south, Arlington avenue on the west to VVil- Mrs. J. M. Springer 1,000 t-hire boulevard, east on Hoover, north to Ettie, east to San Fernan . do road, north to Whitmore avenue, north to Aldama to Fayette and DIVISION II Crescent, south along Salt Lake railroad to Avenue 43, thence east I rComnriaina District* C and D"> to Griffin, south on Griffin to Fenn, thence east to Westminster,! Districts C and L>) south to Wabash, east to Hughes, south to Hollenbeck, west to Ala- _\H tnat territory not within the boundaries of Los Angeles city meda, south to Slauson. as pe t forth under heading Division I. DISTRICT A ' DISTRICT C All territory within the above boundaries and west ot the follow- - . . ing dividing line- Main street, beginning at Slauson avenue to All that portion ot Los Angeles county not within the boim- Spring street, along Spring street to San Fernando, San Fernando daries oi Los Angeles city as set forth under heading Division I, and street along Los Angeles river to northern boundary line. The also San Bernardino and Orange counties. dividing line runs in the center of the given streets, hence buildings , : , :;;;:; ,, MISS MARGUERITE WEYGAND, Pasadena 388,539 on the west side of Main and San Fernando are in District A, and *****% LANDRUM GRAHAM, JR., Los Angeles suburbs. .308,308 those on the east side are in District B. . ----MRS. HESTER T. GRIFFITH, Los Angeles suburbs. .279,342 ****DR C T PEPPER, Los Angeles 251,827 *::::B. F. BESWICK, Santa Ana 168,547 ***MRS OSCAR B. SMITH, Los Angeles 150,550 !;::;; MISS HAZEL WEBSTER, Ocean Park 111,642 . ***TAMES B. BOULDIN, Los Angeles 122,559 --FLORENCE WILLIAMS, South Pasadena 61,713 •**HEBER JONES, Los Angeles 110,881 j -CLAYTON GRICE, Inglewood 44,005 **MRS ANNA KALLIWODA, Los Ar.gcles 82,213 |;VIDA DAMRON, Huntington Beach 26,212 * -HENRIETTA HOLLE, Los Angeles 56,891 ] Miss Winadele Thomas, Clearwater 23,112 *L W WILDER, Los Angeles 48,230 i Mrs. Mary L. Friend, Hollywood 21,042 *MISS KATE S. BATTY, Los Angeles 41,332 | Miss Susie Thompson, San Bernardino 16,610 G Ellis Fry, Los Angeles 22,861 | Aubrey A. Moody, Ontario 14,098 Mrs Anna Wolfskill, Los Angeles 20,562 j Paul Doty, Pasadena 11,346 L M Tupper, Los Angeles 15,472 Miss Ethyl Swall, Garden Grove 11,117 Clyde Bess 5,125 'K. S. Hull, Redlandsf 10,832 \rthur Way 3,900 Lionel Clotworthy 8,640 Mrs. Garner Curran 3.185 Mrs. [da L. Scharr , 6,149 Antonio Busciolano .< 3,150 John W. Gleason 4,986 Josephine Russell 2,822 Miss V. I. Brown 4.1P5 Robert lew 2,800 i. M. Freeman 4,24.-) fohn Shepek 2,700 Walter EL Jenkins 3,825 Grant Cuthbertson 2,600 Mrs. R. E. Poole 3.018 I' ||. Hitchcock 2,085 Lelia Prince 2,160 11. V. Huber 2,000 Julian Gobar ,970 : rcc j Haney 1,807 ' I furon A. Kennedy l,?>ou ( Mis A. McKel'vie!!!..... 1,800 | Lillian A. Miller 1,800 Charles E. Bent 1,550 Mrs. I. R. Pettyjohn ,390 Alexander Galloway 1,500 Arnold Lawrence 1,350 11. H. Livingston 1,495 Kathleen Connolly ,300 Leonard M. Stanley 1,435 E. L. Howell ,300 i r rrwin ' 1,100 Grant White 1,300 Mrs." Ida H. Baker 1,000 J. A. Poole .. 1,250 II G. Brainerd 1,000 Richard Humphrey 1,200 ]•;. 11. Carpenter 1.000 Tas. 11. Goodyear 1.125 Sam Disparte 1.000 Ida S! Lehan • J. 00 (:iara Fensom 1.000 T. A. W eisenborn ,100 ].- i. Howell 1,000 George Fre* 1,09 d ■ ■ ■ n Stephens 1,000 DISTRICT D All other territory not included i.i any of the above districts. AH i!, ai nrrilory within the city limits and east of the dividing M « MMRB C LARA JACKSON, Bakersfield 474,596 line as given above. **Ruth M. Virden, Oxnard 69,189 ******MISS J. VAN ALLEN, Los Angeles ' 436,043 ::^Miss Leone Jeffries, Riverside 31,679 --HERBERT L. BARKER, Los Angeles 73, JO i Harry Lowrey, Corona 17,630 -W R McLEOD, Los Angeles 65,215 j Estelle Le Sage 15,220 EDGAR C. SWANGER, Los Angeles 32,610 C. M. Applestill 8,808 ' Asbury T. Wade, Los Angeles 12,595 Al Tune 8,352 i Mrs. Victoria A. Smith, Los Angeles 10,350 Walter M. < oifey 7,086 Frank Blackburn, Los Angeles 10,335 Tohn < iillespie 3,100 Mary Bailiff 7,875 Juan I'.arcena 2,990 Mrs Mary Warner 5,655 Eupene Sproul 2,625 p c. Warner 3,700 ' Aura Bailey 1,000 Miss Agatha Smith ■}<<-. W. M. Barrett 1,000 Mrs. Maggie B. Loring 3,240 Maurice Balaam 1,000 Theodore Moroney •• •' 3,010 Porrv Banks 1,000 Marie I Corson 2,778 Wallace Bcebc , 1,000 Mr- C. X Lewis 1.500 F. L. Birabent 1,000 juliua Coplan 1.300 P. C. Brena 1.000 X Hugh McWhorter 1.289 j A. Buck 1,000 Dr. Gale Atwater 1,190 E. Busby 1,000 Carl [acobson I,loo'Gladys Cummings 1,000 WILEY, ACCUSED BURGLAR, HELD IN $3000 FOR TRIAL Witnesses Testify to Capture of Former Princeton Student Ramon M. Wiley, who was caught while attempting to burglarise the residence of James M. Yankle, •;:.( south Bonnie Brae street, last Friday nipht, was held to answer to the su perior court yesterday on a charge of burglary, following his preliminary hearing before Police Judge Rose. His ball was flxod at 18000, which ha was unable to furnish. He was represented in court by Attorney 11. M. Barstow. A'ankip. who discovered WUey ran sacking an upstairs room in his res; dence, was tho tlrst witness called for the prosecution. He told ol the struK pio between he and Wiley and how he wrested tho revolver away from him ami succeeded In throwing him down stairs. J, W, Nickerson, a neighbor, who saw Wiley leave the Tankle residence and run clown the itreet and who as sisted In his capture, was the next wit ness called. H. Burr, a fireman, who also assisted in Ills capture after a run of three blooks anil a lengthy struggle, also testified, Detective Zelgler, tn whom Wiley made a confession following the ar rest, was called n» a witness. LUMBER PILE TOPPLES OVER. KILLING A MAN While loading a wagon nitii lumber In the Hlgman Lumber company's yards nt Florence station and Long Beach avenue yesterday afternoon, J. Bwann, 31 years old, a laborer, was Instantly killed when a pile of lumber toppled over on ilm, burying him en tirely. Bwann was loading the wagon to gether with several other laborers \ he was In tin' act of Veachlng for a piece of timber the pile toppled over in sniiic unaccountable manner. His badly mangled body was sent to the | undortaklhg parlors of Bresee Broth ers. A certificate or accidental death probably will be signed by the coroner. j Swnnn was single ami lived in Al.i - 1 mr.ia street. CHINESE TAKE APPEAL Judge Wellborn of the United States district court heard the opening i' itl rnony yesterday In the appeal taken by Louie Kul am! Louie Lit, celestials, Dr. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder cleanses, preserves and beauti fies the teeth, prevents tooth decay and imparts purity and fragrance to the breath. wiio were recently ordered returned t'> China by the United states commis sioner, lie having been satisfied that i.oth r.c.nie.s had gained Illegal entry to the United States. The Chinese m> cured a stay, pending the appeal. POUND KEEPER FILES REPORT The pound keeper's record for the month of May was died yesterday with the .it> clerk, it statei thai In that 1 im<' 818 dogs were Impounded, »i wmcn 587 were destroyed. The fees collected amount to $mi.