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Late News from the Neighboring Towns and Cities PASADENA O«ci »nd««»— ■m. phone tauit 4807. OFFICE. 80 WBBT COLORADO BTRKET. Tbmn 36*7. VOTERS KEEP QUIET ON SCHOOL BOND QUESTION Will Make No Positive Statements as to Probable Outcome of the Election PASADENA, July 22.—1f thers are any wagers being laid on today's high school bond election they are being kept quiet. No one has been found ■who will make a positive statement as to whether the bonds will or will not carry. The election will be held in the Wilson grammar school building at Walnut street and Marengo avenue. The polls will be open from 8 o'clock in the morning till sundown, which the almanac says will be at 7:18 o'clock. In order to insure more secrecy than prevailed at the April election, when the bonds were defeated, three voting booths will be provided Tor those vot ing on the main issue and throe for those voting on tho selection of site. Supporters of the East Colorado street site will carry voters to the polls in automobiles Those support - Ing the Villa street site are boosting for the selection of their choice. The board of education has arranged a vis- play of architectural drawings of high schools in surrounding towns and placed them in the vacant store win dow at 12 East Colorado street for the edification of voters who are Interest ed in the question. Supporters and opponents of the bonds are everywhere present and it is hard to determine which is the most numerous. The main opposition now Feema to bo from those who favor adding to the present grounds and buildings rather than erecting a new group of buildings on a new site at the present time. At the mass meeting in Maccabee hall last evening Judge G. A. Qlbba presided. Secretary Bertonneau of the board of trade acted as secretary. President Chamberlain of the board of education covered ground which has previously been covered in the press, citing numerous reasons why the bonds should be supported. I3r. F. C. K. Matteson of the board of trade di rectors stated that when the directors of that organization met with directors of the Merchants' association to call the mass meeting they were in effect unanimous in the opinion that if Pasa dena Is to progress she must have proper high school facilities. Mayor Thomas Bailey quoted figures to show that the assessed valuation of $44,000,000 should enable Pasadena to vote $500,000 for a polytechnic high school. He lauded union labor, but said that when it comes to picking men for public work they are selected because they are men and not because they belong to a union or a certain church. He admonished the north siders that if they work to their own Interest! they will support the bonds, mid the residents )t other sections of the city will support the bonds for the Monk Hill playgrounds when the ques tion comes up. This led "William Easterbrook to re mark that the mayor wns trying coer cion. Mayor Karley said he didn't mean it thnt way. A. McLain of the North Pasadena bank said he will op pose any bond issue for Monk Hill if the price is put at $70,000, as he beard it would be, stating that It had been offered for 140,000, and implying that the reason bonds are defeated in Pasa dena is because high prices are asked for property which it is proposed to buy. B. O. Kendall stated that the reason the Villa street and other sites seemed high is because there is Improved property amounting to $35,000 which must be moved Off, Many others spoke to the question tuid asked questions. The applause for those who spoke against the bonds and for those who favored thorn s< emed about equally divided among the 300 present. Tt will take a count of the votes tonight to tell the fate of the issue. County Superintendent of Schools Mark Keppel was <imong the speakers ■who addressed the school bond mass meeting here last evening and who made telling points in favor of the bonds. Mr. Keppel predicted that within ten years Pasadena would dou ble In population and advised the vot ers of Pasadena to build In prepara tion for the future. Mr. Keppel's re marks were Illustrated by stereoptl^on slides showing other high schools in tern California which had been built, not simply to satisfy Immediate bui to ai commodate the future growth in population. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS INSTITUTE NEW LODGE PASADENA, July 22.- Golden Star lodge No. 38, Knights of Pythias, .i new rdi r in Pasadena, v.-ts duly In stituted l.'st nitrht by James G. Owen, <y fiiind chancellor of the order, -I by Judge Charles G, Noyes, i i i, and v. c. Aldrich, vice chan ■ of Helmet lodge, Los Angeles, ■ ml.l team of that order. The h< starts with a charter men p of sixty-nine, thlrty-flve ;' whom arc new members :ui<! i nee transferred by card. The offlci ra installed were; J. A. Coati ■ llor commander; <i. P. Willis, vi p. chancellor, c. n. Burnham, '■'. Hi iderlch, master of work; J. and seal; O J. i v iffli 'i, master of finance; I". M. \yilliams, master of ex uer: A. P" !•'. mai i' r at arms: .1: mea Barnard, Inner guard; William H. Qoetz, outer guard; E. B. Th,, mas. Wi.'b i and J, "\V. Lai ham, trust< •■ . ' . ', hi mas, 1.. H. Bndlcott, o. .7. Griffith and F. M, Williams, • incellors. TO GIVE WEATHER MAN STILL ANOTHER CHANCE PASADENA July 22 Tl.. weather man pae been vlnd 'ated. Those who CLASSIFIED WANTED (SITUATIONS—MAI.K WANTED — BY rRO N O, HEALTHY young man, place un tsardontr for private j>artv. Pasadena pn erred. J.'O to i' per month. TELEI'iIONB MAIN 273S 7-« 0• 3 PASADENA BHOE HOSPITAL MEN'S SEWED SOI..ES AND HEELS. »1; J»dle»'. 86c. 154 N. FAIK OAK 3 AVB. 7-1-lrno Clrrnlatlnn Dept. Ham* 104t. Baiuet i 74» wen looking: for him with an ax yes terday are willing to give him another Bhow owing to the fart that he re ported i limp in the temperature lart evening to 89 degrees, with prospect* of a break in the recent hot spell. Co operative Observer Edwin Sorver re ports that the temperature yesterday at one time reached 105. but that it remained at that figure for a few min utes only. For an hour just before noon his government thermometer stood at the 100 mark with a humidity of 24 per cent. The "Sandy Annie" wind storm which came up at 12 o'clock and which registered a velocity of from 6 to 16 miles an bOUT brought the temperature down to reasonable proportions, and the people are rest ing in comparative comfort, thinking of their less fortunate friends in the east. PASADENA SPORTS PASADENA, July 22.—Word has been reoelyed here that diaries Lee Kutman of San Bernardino, Redlands, Riverside and Pasadena, now at Avalon, Cataltna Island, haa been awarded a bronze medal for his recent catch of yellowtail. Ilurry Myers, local bowling king, and W. 11. George of Los Angeles have returned from a five days' hunting trip in the back range. They report that they saw 21 deor, took shots at five bucks and bagged two, one a four jiointer weighing 200 pounds. Charles J. Fox of Sierra Madre and Pasadena, son of Richard K. Fox of the Police dazette, has returned from a motor trip up the San Antonio can yon and reports that doves there are plentiful, he having shot half a dozen from the peat of his automobile. The pool championship of the Over land club tournament which has been running for several weeks was won by Charles Baxter yesterday. He was the winner of class B and defeated "W. R. Scovillo, winner of Clara A, in the finals. He had previously defeated J. W, Wood, winner of class C. The bil liard tournament Is not yet completed. R. M. Toedt is in the lead to date with a good show of winning. The annual baseball match between teams representing the two local news papers has been postponed to the first week in Beptember. The losing side will banquet the winners at Hotet Maryland. The annual fall golf tournament to be held at Del Monte, August 19 to 26, Is attracting the attention of local golfers, many of whom are making plans to attend the meet. Local rugby football enthusiasts are endeavoring to arrange a match to be played in Pasadena this fall be tween the Pacific coast team, now tour ing the Antipodes, and a British team Which will tour the coast about the time the team now abroad arrives home. PASADENA BREVITIES PASADEXA, July 22.—A fire of un known origin, but which is supposed to have started from the sun's rays being reflected from a glass bottle or tin can, burned over a strip 500 feet wide by half a mile in length yester day afternoon In the Rrroyo In upper Linda Vista. Several houses were en dangered. Fire Warden George Baker with fifty volunteers from Pasadena and T^os Angeles extinguished the flames. Mrs. Robert J. Rurdette. on the oc casion of her birthday yesterday, pre sented Throop institute with $5000 to be used in constructing the new build ing. This is her second $.".000 gift to the Institute. Judge H. H. Klfimroth, secretary of the local board of fire underwriters, announces a reduction of the fire In surance rates for the section east nf I^ake avenue and north of Mountain street. The new rate Is 40 cents per $1(10 for the first your and SO cents for three years. The old rate was 60 cents and $1.20. Registration deputies report that voters "f Pasadena are glow in sign ing up for the roming primaries, the registration to date being 4000. The bookß close next Wednesday for the primary election to be held August lfi. EXHAUST PIPE SUPPLY REDLANDB, July 81.—Inability to prrt pipe from T-os Angeles has caused the stopping of all work on the water system for the Yucalpa valley. One mile of the pine lino hps been com pleted and the trenches have been duX for two mile.s more, but no pipe is available, hence the engineers and laborers have been laid off. Thf> com pany's payroll on tho work was SIOOO a \\e,>k. The strike of iron workers is said to be responsll le for the failure of the company to deliver pipe. TO BUILD MORTUARY CHAPEL REDLANDB, July 21.—Cartner Brog, will buikl a mortuary chapel on the corner of Olive avenue and Sixth street, on which work will be Btarted early next week. Two houses will be moved from the lots on which tho chapel is to be built. The building Is t.i be of brick with black mortar, and will be of hand- ime design and fitted up in the best manner for the work. LONG BEACH ITEMS LONG BEACH, July 21.—Consider able amusameni was occasioned by the requesi of a new guaet at the Virginia tod ly thnt a bellboy show him his room. As the guest had been at the lii.t• -1 for a day this caused surprise. The man stated thai he would have to he shown to hla apartment half a iinz.'n tlmi bly before he could find it unaided. Guy A. [nman and Harry Stewart started on an automobile trip to Han ■ and old Mexico yesterday afttT noon. Last night C. it. Bellowa and Frank E. Shaw left In the lattor's car for n trip to Wheeler Hot Springs. Mrs. Emily Hnwley has had plans drawn for a handsome rustic homo on fin- .until side of Signal hill. t<. Mrs. Hawley was largely Inter , ;. ,| in the pro] erty recently nold for ! -,i Bite for ilif proposed poly technic .school. A moonlight sail through the harbor will be enjoyed by the v. \v. i l. a. oor 'lull Friday night of this week. The boat! will start from the foot of West Third itreet. Mrs. John Rlehl died suddenly at R o'clock this morning at the family :: Rose avenue, after a long i. She came here four years ago from Minnesota. She is survived by h<-r hushaml, a son and a married ilrniKl'ti-r. A Klnsfi mnnufaoturlngr company, <!• - i of locating here, had representa (iveii before the chamber of commerce manufacture coipmlttei today In an < :ten live session. While Mr. ;trul Mrs. AugUlt Willo of Densmore street and Ofolsiwi nvenuo were on the l'lko last nisiit some ono utoie their horse and buggy from an alley near Tflrst Street and I'lne. Nu tract of the < jii tflt has been found. i LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 22. 1910. LONG BEACH CIRCCI-ATIOX nEr.VRTMKNT 4 Pin* it. Uomo SSOi UolMt S«IL CORKESrONDISNT Hnn,- 483 1 Basi<«t lISI. EVANGELISTS FAIL TO GET THEM ALL HE SAYS Baptists Plan Much Work and Several Outings for Long Beach Sessions LONG BEACH, July 21.—The officers of the Bnptlst assembly consider the opening exercises last night and today as extremely auspicious. The attend ance of ministers and laymen from the ! various charges is large. Features of this morning's program were the ad dresses by Professor George D. Knight of the University of Redlands and the Rev. Orvllle Coats, pastor of the First Baptist church of Phoenix, Ariz. Professor Knight's theme was "A Re ! ligious Subject from Robert Brown ing," and ha used as his text the Browning quotation, "God, thou art love; I base my faith on that.". • "The Coming Evangelism" was the subject of the Phoenix minister's talk. He said In part: "Present day evangelism loses more fish than it lands. »It leaves standing or trampled In the field more grain than it gathers into the garner. Too many people nowadays are simply stirred, not saved. The emotions are touched, but the heart Is unmoved." Tonight, after a praise service led by J. S. Travis and a select reading by Miss Roena Walters, W. Leon Tucker gave a report of the world's missionary conference in Edinburgh. Tomorrow morning's program at the church will Include: "Tennyson's Big Hope," Professor George Knight; "The Life Abundant," W. H. Geistweit, D. D.. of Peorla, 111. The Christian Endeavor will be In charge of the meeting next Sunday at 6. p. m., and the State Baptist Young People's union will conduct a similar service Sunday evening, July 31. Sat urday evening of this week an old fashioned spelling mitch will be con ducted by A. H. Collins. The following young people have been appointed an assembly reception com mittee: Stanley Pratt. Arthur Gatter, Catherine Percival. Ewald Selph, Los Angeles; George Hart, Lucy Lovell, Long Beach: larlon Jacques, Corona; H M Conrad, San Bernardino: Lulu Mlnter, Santa Ana: Bertha Randall and Lloyd Elliott, Pasadena. The B. Y. P. U. of Lo.q Angeles will give a banquet Tuesday evening, August 2. The annual bonfire, a merry event for nil. will be held Saturday evening, July 30. WANT CONTRACTOR TO WAIT FOR HIS MONEY LONG BEACH, July 21.—Because the lowest bidder on the Eleventh street school building contract refused to finance the building- until next January, when there will be funds In hand for his payment, the hoard of education has derided to readvertise for bids, ex pecting that some contractor will come forward with an agreement to build the structure and wait for his money. The same financial status applies to proposed improvements in the rarroll Park school building. Max Morlock was the lowest biddder on this work nnd will be given the contract If he will wait until January 1 for his money. DISAPPEARED; BACK AFTER THREE YEARS T>iN(» BEACH. July 21.-W. H. Turner, for merly of this city, an.l now reatdlng at 511 Pico .treet, I- ■ Angelei, disappeared from this city my.terlou.ly three years ago. Just after aulattng at the home of Mr and Mrs. T V Taylor upon the occasion of their daugn ter'i wedding. Two m*th» ago Turner ro appeared on the streets of I.os Angeles, and yesterday he came to Long Beach to collect J3 owed him by Mr. Taylor for Ms services on tho nlKht of his disappearance. Turner was believed to be dead. nft-r havin been away for a long time, and Ills property was disposed of by law. Yesterday ha gave his friends here the flr?t explanation of his dis appearance. He said that after the Taylor weddlnn he decided to fro to T.os An>?ele«. He rell upon the pavement In that city and km rrn-iered unconscious. He had nothing In his nocketa by which he could be Identified. Later he was placed In an institution for treatment, his condition belns that of a dazed man. PIRATES IN LAUNCH LOOT WRECKED LONG BEACH PIER LONG BEACH, July 21.-It was ascertained today that in a4rlltlon to the other th ngs I nlen from the outer wharf by plraM. .Inc. the r.ler wan broken In two by the heavy *ea, of a f«w weekt ago a big ticket booth al.o had been carted off hy the thieve.. The booth In one about five by ei K ht feet In floor dimensions and about eight feet high. Patrolmen along the waterfront reported to day that about a week ago they heard the chug-ehu<r of a launch near the outer whnrf shortly after midnight. but .uppoaed at the time that the boat was brlnplntc piling to be .™d in the pier repair. No light, were ..en on the craft and it Is believed now that this boat wu the one on which tho aMortment of tools and other plunder wai '"<""•'•, F. B. Craig «f the board of public works believe, the property was .tolen by men living In this city. COUGHS UP NAIL tON-n BEACH. July 21 -Turr-insr hla head .uddenly to obierve a passerby, Walter Morris. a carpenter at work shlni,-l!n<rr a hou.e, today eiilrie! down a. shtngle-nnll which he had In his mouth, and It oaught m hi. threat, Pear "ul that the results would be fatal, he rushed to ■ phyelelan'a office. I>BUnd on your head. ordered the medic. Morrli did so. after clear lnir out a «P»oe I" onP (lornPr "' thr' llffl''' v- After a second the na.ll fell out of his mouth and rattled upon the offlo« floor TELEPHONE CAUSES ROW LONa BOA.BCH, July 21.-Mrs. KinmH Bond, 1035 American avenue, la alleged to hay« umiJ wi rdi which miwl» tho wire, fnlrly sizzle while talklne with a neighbor, Mrs Emma Ruces ov»r the telephone lust nl*ht. Mrs. nue«y ws> conversing with the other woman regardlnn th« payment of $2 a!le(te<i to be due from Mrs, Bond to Mrs. Bucey son for aid In tearing down a barn, Mn nu"cy mum 4 the arrest of the other woman today on a warrant iHUed In Juitlci Brayton'l court. She c-harn"a that Mrs. Bond called her numerous names. TO PREPARE EXHIBIT LONG TIEACH. July 21.—The exhibit com mit ten of the chamber of commerce today W«J Inntructed by the dlr»etori to prepare nn ex hibit for 'ii.> Panama-California exposition, to be held In S.-in Dleico during the year 1111 FAVORS OPEN SHOP LONG BEACH, July.^AdoptinK a resolution, th« chamber of commerce dirertors today plnrf.l themielvu on record as favoring: tho open bliop. VENICE rirrnlat lon— Home 4711; Sun.rt MM. CorrMpoadent —Hma 4381 1 Snn«>t 7*l. REFUSES TO TAKE OUT LICENSE; IS ARRESTED Venice Shooting Gallery Propri etor to Be Tried by City Recorder VENICE, July 21.—8y complaint of Marshal George H. Nettleton. Score W. Allen, who conducts a shooting gallery on Windward avenue, was ar rested today because he refused to take out a city license. The marshal said he made, frequent attempts to collect the amount of a license, but each time Allen turned him down. Allen pleaded not guilty to the charge and Will be tried by City Recorder W. A. Rennie next Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Marshal Nettleton announced that he will enforce the license ordinance strictly and declared ho will arrest all who refuse to pay. Under the present system there Is a license required by the city on practically every form of business conducted here. TO GIVE DANCE VENICE, July 21.—The South Coast Civic league will give a benetlt dance at Venice dance pavilion next Friday night for the vacation home U r work ing girls here. There are ten girls now spending their summer vacation as guests of the league. Each girl i.s allowed one week at the beach and In the course of the summer several score Los Angeles working girls are given a pleasant outing. The league has es tablished a large home on the Grand canal. * WOULD REPAIR PIER VENICE, July 21.—Charles Corbaley h <s submitted a bid for the construc tion of a proposed pier Into the sea from the foot of Mildred avenue to the Abbot Kinney company. He said he can build a concrete pier of the design desired for $60,000. The matter has been taken under consideration by the company, which has not definitely de cided upon constructing the pier. SAN BERNARDINO OfTlre 438 Court street. PhontH —Home 442; Sunset Main 442. LAWYER AND BUILDING PROMOTER IS MISSING Leaves San Bernardino for Im perial and Does Not Re turn—No Clews SAN BERNARDINO, July 21.—For over a week relatives and friends of Attorney John E. Light of Redlands and Pan Bernardino have been quietly seeking him. He left home over a week ago, saying he was going to Imperial. Detectives find he was not near there. His lowa relatives wire they have seen nothing of him. A romantic entanglement is sug gested. Mrs. Light is now at the home of his partner, J. L. Mock, in this city. They fear foul play, while it Is also an nounced that possibly he disappeared in an effort to secure financial aid In his numerous promotion schemes. He built the Redlands opera house, the San Bernardino natatorium, and other large enterprises were his. HOUSEWIVES DEPLORE CEMENT DUST NUISANCE Are Witnesses in Suit Against Colton Company RAN HERKARDINO, July 21—A number of housewives today testified in the ault of the Colton orange growers atsmnrt the Colton c» m»nt company. They declared that the dust from the i" ment plant was a constant menace, getting Into their houses, covering furnliur> nnd provinn very annoying and damaging. A pint Jar of cement collected from a icreen Bleeping room which had not been swept for three VWCkI was exhibited, Followlnß these witnesses, Chemist Edward H. Pabrock of Riv erside was called for the plaintiffs, and testi fied as to an analysis he had made of iIUFt from the affected groves. He also (ihowed sev eral rock Hk'' cperime.ns which he had molded out of the dust. IS HIT IN DETROIT SAN' BKRNARDINO, July It— Th« "Elks 1 Orange Belt upeclal" has made good at De. ii,lit Lettera received from the various dele gate* st.it- that the bIK exhibit car ha-s been crowded constantly with easterners, nnd It has been a nfir Job to an.swrr all the. questions nskfd ooncernlng the region from which tne exhibit was collected. Thn netrr.it papers have appeared with ruts of the- exhibit, the interior vlewi being very me leuful. MAKES RECORD RUN SVN BERNARDINO, July —Harry T.m-,1 mado ■ record run to Huston Flats, two miles beyond Fkyland Heights, on the San Bernar dino mountains, today. He left here at 5 o'clock last evening on a Reading Standard, 34 horsepower, single motorcycle, and wns at Huston Flats four hourfl later. He left Hus ton Flats this mnrnlnu at 7 o'clock and ar rived here at 8:55. This mnkes a new endur ance run for the Reading Standard. EXPECT EXCURSIONISTS REDLANDS, July 21.—A party of twenty-five excursionists from Read- Ing-, Pa., are expected In Redlands to morrow for a stay of several hours, later groins to Riverside nnd thon to I,os Anpeles. They have been touring the Yellowstone park and the Grand canyon en route to California, and will return by the Canadian route. MARRIAGE LICENSES RANTA ANA. July 21 - Marriage IIOMIMI is lued In Santa Ana: Klmer ('. Read, ago SO. and rarrle M. Meyer, BKe 31, both of Lob Ansreles. Salvador Yorba. age 11, ana Jennie Gonsales, ntr 20, both of Santa Ana. Jacob 1... Kaufmann, aged 32, of I-o» Angeles, iiini Sadie Lewla, ase S3, of nver. John C. tlurton. age 3R. anil Sue C. Miller, age 27, ljuth of llermoslllo. SANTA MONICA C»r*nUUoi»— 4711 1 BnnMt >Ml. C«rr«pondont—Horn* 4Mlj BunMt 7SI. COURT SCORES WOMAN FOR CAUSING ARREST Man Charged with Battery Is Dismissed on Lack of Evidence SANTA MONICA. July 21.—Murk Thompson, brought before Police Judge Carrlllo today on v charge of buttery preferred by Mrs. 11. Kichnian, was dismissed by the court for lack Of evl dence. Mrs. Klchman's husband, who Is a tailor, was unable to Identify Thompson as the one who attacked his wife. Judge Carrillo declared the com to be one of mistaken Identity, and severely scored Kiehman for having Thompson arrested without stronger evidence against him. Thompson was formerly district ajtorney at Santa Cruz, N. M., and is a well known law yer of the new state. Accompanying him to court, prepared to defend his character if necessary, were the pres ent district attorney, the sheriff ami a superior court Judge from Thompson's home city. PROMENADE A WALK OR HIGHWAY, IS QUESTION Lawsuit Forces Santa Monica to Make Decision SANTA MONICA, July Mayor T. H. Dudley and the city council hitve. been called on to decide whether the new concrete ocean front promenade la simply a walk or a public highway which may lie used fur all traffic purposes. This fine walk, twenty feet in width and more than a mile In length, was recently completed and opened to the public. \ In a complaint tiled In a lawsuit pendlntt In | the superior court a property owner makes the claim that the promenade is a street or ave nue and may be used by automobiles and teams. It Is claimed by a number of cltlwtu that the Intention was to build a wulk for pedestrians only, and they ask the city offi cials to give them an opinion on the question at once. GARTERS ARE HOBBY OF SANTA MONICA BURGLARS SANTA MONICA, July Sl.—When H. Town* opened Ills grocery and notion store at Third street and Fremont avenue this morning for business he discovered evidenced of the place hav ing been burglarized some time last night. A hasty inventory of his small stock of goods showed a watch, several pairs of hose supporters, v dozen cakes of soap and a bag of apples to be miss ing. Entrance had been made by breaking a large window in the front of the store and tile place had then been completely ransacked. Other ar ticles of greater value were overlooked by the burglars, who exhibited a de cided preference for ihe hose support- DOG THOUGHT MAD SANTA MONICA, July 21.—William Minger of Westgate suffers mwch pain as the result of being bitten by a dog which is said to have been attacked with rabies. The ht ad of the dog has been sent to Los Angeles for exam ination. Minger Is a merchant at Westgate and is a brother of I. W. Minger, agent Tor the Los Angeles- Paciflc railway at North Beach sta tion. ARREST AUTHORIZED SANTA ANA, July 31.— An extradition war rani signed by President Taft Hnd Huntlngton Wilson, ac^ng secretary of .state, was re ceived here this morning, authorizing thu ar rest an<i return from Mexico of Leadoro Gar rla, charged with attempt to kill Louis Manzo on April 25, 1909. Garcia Is now In Jail at Guadalajara, Mexico. NAT ELLERY SPEAKS REPIiANDS, July 21.—Nat Ellery, candidate for the Republican nomina tion for governor, spoke In Redlands tonight to an audience of several hun dred persons. He Is making an auto rnoblle tour of this section. IDYLLWILD NOTES IDYLLWILD, Strawberry Valley, July 21.—A party which left thin morn lug on a three dayi' trip to San Jaclnto jmak Includes MaJ. T. J. Cochrane of the Soldiers' home at Sawtelle, Miss Cochrane, Dr. Frank H. Gordon, Mr.i. Gordon, John Bogardus, C, A. Alley, Prof. Glrard and a guide. The women fire making tho trip on horseback, while the men are walking. In Tar cjtiltz they will be Joined by Robert Jardlne, Hugh Cameron. Le Valley Lund and Ira Perdue, who left Straw berry valley the day before and camped on Tarquitz peak last night. Dr. Walter Lindley, who came up Saturday night, brought assurance that the scenic route from Idyllwlld to Banning will be completed and open to tho public August I|S. Varying In width from 20 to 40 feet, thirty miles In length and constructed on strictly up-to-date engineering lines, this road has nowhere a grade of over 10 per cent and promises to be Ideal for auto mobile traffic. Mrs. E. F\ Bogardiif. entertained a few friends informally thin afternoon in her tent overlooking the ravine with a jolly watermelon party. Later a story-telling contest was enjoyed and ■napahotl were takon of the company. Mrs. C. I. Ritchie and daughters, with their guest, Miss Grace Sprague, who have been camping here for two weeks, are returning to Highland Park Thursday. The semi-weekly (lances at tho bun galow are greatly enjoyed by the younger set, and the big recreation room with a blazing log fire in one end presents a gay scene each Tues day and Saturday nights. Curd tables are also set for those caring to play live hundred or bridge. Karl C. Crandall and R. C. Anderson crime, up for the week end, returning to Los Angeles Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bradford, who were Idyllwlld guests over Sunday, re turned to Los Angeles Monday morn- Ing, going down with William Lacey, who was here for the week end, mak ing the round trip In his big Packard car. Recent arrivals are Miss Julia EL Monette, .Miss Enretta M. Gilbert, Mlm Gladys Mn.ire, l.os Angeles; I \ A. Alley, Pasadena; Mrs. F. R. Smith and sons, Alhambra; John J. Hogardus, Hollywood; Mrs. N. H. Johnson, Miss Harriet Johnson, Kansas City, Mo. ADVERTISERS . Count six average words as one line. No ad accepted for less than the price of three lines. The Herald reserves the right 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 more Insertions are better than one. Try a three-time ad. Results al most certain for anything. For contract solicitors and advertising advice call SUNSET MAIN 8000 HOME 10211 AND ASK FOR CLASSIFIED MANAGE!! speciaiTrates Want ads, lc a word each Insertion. Rooms for rj-nti 3 lines, a timro. Itooms with board, 3 lines. 3 limes, 25 CENTS lIKI.r WANTED—MaIe and female, 3 linen, 3 tlmm, 25 CENTS SITUATIONS WANTED FREE THE WEATHER . ' LOS ANOKLBB, July It, IMP. Tlme.|Barom,|Thtr.|n'um| ' Wind Vie. | Weather. r. ii. m.! I».*M | 63 ! U |W " I I I Pt. cldy. sp. m.f* 28.83 I 73 I S3 |SB |10 I Clear. Maximum temperature, 93. Minimum temperature, 63. FORECAST SAN FRANCISCO, July 21.—Forecast fur Frlduy: California south of the Tehachapl—Cloudy and threatening Friday, with thundersturm.s In the mountains; light west wind. San Francisco and vicinity—Fair Friday, with fug in the morning; light westerly wind*. Santa Clara valley—Fair Fiiday; light north imt wind. Sacramento valley—Fair Friday; light south wind. Ban Joaquln valley—Fulr Friday, light west wind. . MARRIAGE LICENSES JOYCE-GILBREATHJames Joyce, ogeJ 25, and Cordelia GUbreath. aged .'"; na tives of Ohio and California: both resi dents of Los Angeles. HUSTON-TELZROW—Frank H. Huston, aged 43, anil Uussie Telarow, aged 34; natives of Massachusetts and Ohio; resi dents of Yountvllle and Los Angeles. FOKD-LANCASTER— E. Ford, aged 35. and Ethel M. Lancaster, uged 28; n.i ttvea of Georgia and Oregon; residents of Butte, Mont., and Portland. Ore. HAWKINS-EUNICE— George L. Hawkins, aged 24, and Agnos IF. Eunice, aged la; natives of Illinois and Massachusetts; both residents of Long Ueach. Wi iliui'KX-HMITIl —Charle* s. Woodburn, aged 24, and Pauline Smith, aged 23; natives of Kansas and Missouri; both residents of Los Angeles. CORONADO-GONZALES—Frank Coronado, aged 29, and Jesus Gonzales, aged 25; both nutlves of California; both residents of Wliittier. WHITEHOUSE-PLATT—Charles p. Whlte house, aged 38, and Junuln 11. I'latt, aged 37; natives of Kentucky and New York; both residents of Ocean I'ark Heights. LOWERY-HAKRIS—W. A I-owery. aged 24, and Jessie L. Harris, aged 23; natives of Georgia and Indiana; both residents of Los Angeles. HUNTER-BUNKER—William F. Hunter, aged 22, and Ercell M. Bunker, aired 19; natives of Colorado and Missouri; both residents of Los Angeles. SHIRLEY-MONTIJO^-Henry • Shirley, aged 22, and Lola Montljo, aged 19; natives of Mexico and California; both residents of Los Angeles. BIRTHS UIKLS PARSONS —To Arthur and Daisy Parsons. Paclflo hospital. HALEY James and Leonora Haley, 1117 South Burlington avenue. BOYS TSI'NEDA —Tn Kanpel and .Izuml Tsuneda, 1(1 South Ollvo street. NAYA —To Reyes and Margarita Nava. 658 South Lamar street. DEATHS \ BUBEN —Anna Van, County hospital; na tives of Louisiana; aged 62; carcinoma. CUTBH —James. 6012 Hays; native of Ohio; age 71; senility. GATES —Charles 8., California hospital; na tive of California; age 35; accidental. DORRIS —Langford. 1236 East Twenty-fifth street; native of Michigan; age 72, angina pectorla. CONROY —Elizabeth J.. 540 East Fifteenth street; native of Ireland; age 68; anae mia. f DIED ERITES—J. 8. Erites died July 20, to be burled July 23 at 2 i>. m. In Evergreen cemetery. 7-22-3t FUNERAL NOTICES MACTABKES ATTENTION ! Members of Lou Angeles tent No. 2, X O. T. M., are requested to meet at the undertaking parlors of Robert Sharp & Son, 1218 South Flower »treet, on Saturday after noon at 1:30 o'clock sharp to attend the funeral of our late Sir Knight E. E. Hun gerford H. L. DECKER, commander; E. M. Guthrle. R. K. 7-33-2t CEMETERIEa jrXlU.l'l'X WUUU CBavi.fi. X Suii. X Bollihg lawns. Imi, anruDDery s,utl beaai; ful 'modern in every respect MODEBN IN EVERT RESPKOI Situated In the most beautiful section ot gouthern California, the Ideal location Ju.t loilds Los Angolas city limit*. Melrose and Colegrove car lines to crnunds, A CJSMETKKY TUAT IS SEI^ECT AH3I. tOB Langlilln Bldg. Main .191. Cemetery phonoe BB0.18; Hollj wood »4». EVERGREEN cemetery The Los Angelee Cemetery Mnociiitlon, Boyle Heights, near city limit*. Operated under perpetual charter from Los Angeles city. Modern cuapel and crematory. Offlre. 330 Bradhury Building Phones Main 632; A 5160. Cemetery—Home 1)10881 Boyle 9, 6-fl-12m ROSEDALE™CEMETERY An endowed memorial park, noted for Its natural beauty; endowment fund for per -tetual care, over 1250,000; modern receiving vault chapel, crematory and columbarium; accessible. City office. Suite SO2-306 F.X CHANOE BLDI., n. c. cor. Third ami I**ll cts Phones— 909; A 3620. Cemetery of fice. 1831 W. Washington st. Pbones-72SM; West 80. e-»-Um» WE HAVE MOVED TO OUR NEW PAR lors, corner Twelfth and Hrjpe**ts. ORR & EDWARD 3 CO. Sterling S. Boothe, Pres. and Treas. John D. Farts. Vice Pres. and B»c. 8-4-tt WHEELED VEHICLES AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE—TOURIST AUTOMOBILE. 4 cyllnder, 40-horse power; 5-passenger; a bargain If sold at once. Address T. J liDI.nlS'H, Herald office. 5-a-tf STORAGE ___^, Int (urnltur«, etc.; iI.W and %i per montb. Trunks, boxer, etc., 26c to Mvi open vans. It per day, or 760 per hour. We pack and •' "J household goods everywhere at re duced rates. COLYUAR-8 VAN AND 6TOR. AOE CO., offices (09-11 S. Main St. Ware house 415-17 San Pedro St. Phones F2171; iln 1117. 3-25- tt HOL'EEHOLD CJOODS MOVED IN MOr ho vans. Bhlppea, stored In clean wars houses, Private rooms. Coal and wood. BHATTUCK * NIMMO. Ninth and • Ala ueda street*. '-su-tu-w-fr-tf WANTED HELP—MALE WANTED-MEN AND BOYS; NO EXPENBB for Instruction; learn, automobiles, electric ity, plumbing, brlcklnylng trade In months Instead of years; study half and work half * tlir.e; write for cataloguo. UNITED TRADH) SCHOOL CONTRACTING CO., 647 Paclflu Klcctrio Bldg. or 234 Allbo St. 7-1-Uno WANTED—TWO BOYB LIVING SOUTH of Thirty-eighth St. to curry morning routes. Apply between 5 anil 6 p. m. at la II MAPLE AYE. 7-21-4t WANTED — TWO OOOD BOYB FOR routes at once. Apply for MARX after 5 p. Jn., Herald office. 7 19-4 UllXl'— XX.M AI.K WANTED—FOUR LADIES, BEAIITT CUI«- ' ture: pay big; learn right. FLORENTINE! HAIRDHF.B3ING COLLEGE, world'a largest, 227 Mercantile place, corner Broad way. ; l-11-tt MJL.-.TIONS—MAI.It WANTED by htrono, healthy young man. place as gardener for prlVato party. I'asudena preferred. $."»t) to Jtit) per month. TELEPHONE MAIN 2738. _ 7-23-3 BETHLBHEM FHKB BMI'LOVMItNT ageoc/, Sli) Vignes street. Main (711; Mom. A4SI4. Men ior beUMCleanlng, jrari worii and general labor »-2«-tt I WANTED — i'osiTlON BY BOY OF 14 years as office or errand boy or any sim ilar noaltlon where won't have to furnish wheel. Phone BOYLE 2133. 7-23-1 WANTED—POSITION AS COLLECTOR BY man <>r ezpartesoe. will give bond If neoessary, Addrtu BOX 272, HERALD OFFICR. 7-22-4 WANTED —SOMETHINO TO DO. BY A married man willing to work hard. Ad dren BOX 400. HERALD OFFtCX. 7l»-10 WANTED—POSITION AS HEAD GARD ener or foreman on a ranch. Thoroughly experienced man. Married. No children. JOHN BCHHIDT. ASIGBB. 7-U-10 LICENSED ■'bBVATOB. OPERATOR wishes poaltton. Can iils.j do all kinds of repairing, BOX IOJ, herald. 7-IH-4 EXPERIENCED GROCERY CLERK WISII -es position 111 small town. Address BOX i'7B. HERALD 7-lt-7 j—I'E.MALBI . ! ' STENOGRAPHER— VOUNO LADY. EXPK rienced orflce assistant and stenographer, wishes position In good firm. Excellent rtferenoes Address BOX 202, HERALD OFFICE. 7-20-tt LADY, M'DDLE-AGED, WANTS POSITION 111 any family able to pay fair wages where no housekeeper Is kept or lady's maid; could dn plul'i sewing, care of linen room and use : -.1 In many ways, If only I can get the right place. Address BOX 253. Herald. 7-«-tf WANTED—PERMANENT POSITION BT l, ( .M»w, '-.nr, typewriter and caahler. lo years' experience; rWernncca, Address BOX t&M. Heiald. 4-l»-tf fc.ilt.Vl .II.IU. A>l> it.UALJS VTA NTKD—WORK IN PRIVATB HOUBS, $10 month, room and board, wall* attend lag school; school houra from I to I p. n. X O BOX 147. City. 1-IT-M WANTED—IIY MAN AND WIFE, POSITION In gecitlemcn'B club or some position of tru.<t, wlfs Is fine cook; Swedish; wages not less than »SO. SCHMIDT. 622 Temple st. 7-19-10t WANTED— PURCHASE STOCK WANTED— Stock In the Los Angeles Investment eei\ pany; any amount up to $40,000; will pay within 6 per cent of the company's selling price. G. F., care Globe Savings Bank. ' l-11-tt TO rUKCHASE—MISCELLANEOUS ' «\*s. t^— CASH PAID rOH tiATHUM k*ds. Til lAN PBDRO *T. Phonaa V«nn; Main 1101. lt-H-tt MONKY WANTED —$1000 ON RANCH. IN COACH eIIo valley worth $4000, 7 per cent, three years. O. M. NEWBY, 252 Wllcox Bldg. F4846. 7-22-1 WANTED TO BORROW— TO $80,000 ON real estate; large margin; 7 per cent. AT TORNEY. 611 Wright & Callender Bldg. 7-17-7 MISQELLAjnCOPS WANTED—SECOND HAND FILB CABEB for card system and document 31e; must be modern and In good order. BOX mi. Her ala. l-»-tl PHYSICIANS s DR. HICKOK. DR. HICKOK. SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN. Treats all diseases of women under a POS ITIVE GUARANTEE. Ladies who have for merly paid for each treatment, whether ben efited or not, will appreciate the difference. Pay only for satisfactory results. Charges moderate. < / DR. TUCKOK gives modern antlseptlo treatment* and patients are In no danger of blood poison or Infection. Everything Is sterilized before use. DR. HICKOK provides a private home, with nursing, for women in confinement. . xpert care and home comforts at reason able rates. Confinements by modern meth ods are safe find free from pain. Adoptions If desired. DR. HICKOK gives personal attention to every case. Consultation Is fren and confi dential In all troubles. Any woman not sat isfied with her condition Is invited to call for free consultation find free examination. Dr. HICKOK carefully examines every caso and gives an honest opinion and reliable ndvlce free. X-RAY F.XAMINATION made when necessary. If a case Is accepted for treatment a cure Is guaranteed. Moderate charges for satisfactory results. Terms can always be arranged. Hours 10 to 4. Sun days 10 to 1. Paone F5236 for appointment at other times. DR. HICKOK, 632 W. 6th St., Suite 107. 7-20-tf DR. AND MRS. WELLS. SPECIALISTS IN DISEASES OF WOMEN Dr. Wells' Improved antiseptic methods POSITIVELY GUARANTEED In all diseases and irregularities of wo men. Consultation free and confidential. 702 S. SPRING^ST.. room 206. 7-20-lmo DR. cnocKEB • Specialist for Women. Hamburger's Majestic Theater Building. v 'Absolute privacy. Hours 10 to 4. CONSULT FREE. 12-25-12 mo WE WILL GIVE FREE.HOSPITAL TREAT ments for a few confinement cases during August. Telephone Mnln till. F5394, or address MISS REARDON, 418 Lissner Bldg. T-20-J ~ WOMAN'S HOSPITAL Obstetrics. surgical and medical cases. Terms reasonable. 12 15 S. Flower. F4134. S-13-tf DR. TAYLOR. 317 S. MAIN ST. DlS eases of women. >. 3-9-tf ' MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS FOR SALE—MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS— Take advantage of the opportunity which we offer you to secure a fine $375 piano, guaranteed for 10 years, at the excep tionally low price of $277.60; $5 down and $1.25 per week, no interest; money back If not as represented. Life Insur ance, feature. Call or write for our free booklet which explains this offer In de tail FITZOERALD MUSIC CO., 623 S. Broadway. 7-l«-tf ATTORNEYS AT LAW SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS — PEHBONAi Injury claims specialty; es*at"e settled. 1. W. MACY. Ml Uouglaa bldg. Phones AIM*. Main U3S. U DIVORCE LAWS OF NEVADA AND OTHBR ■Utes fre* on request. BOX 121. aoldflsld, N«vnda. »-»-tf LOST AND FOUND LOST-ON SI'IUNO ST., BETWEEN^ FIRST and Fourth, Kold-rlmmed eyeglasses. Keward al 808 UNIOM TRURT BLDG. Phone F6481.