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NOTICE OF ELECTION (Continued from Ninth Page.) FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. STEPHEN G. LONG. 1327 Pacific avenue, Long Beach, Cal. CYRUS F. JIcNUTT. 1339 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, Cal. ALBERT LEE "STEPHENS. 277 South Coronado street, Los An geles, Cal. CONGRESSIONAL. FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN CON GRESS. 7th DISTRICT LORIN A. HANDLEY. 604 West avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. LEGISLATIVE. FOR STATE SENATOR, 34th DISTRICT EUGENE P. M. I'REUTZ. 2626 Halldale avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR STATE SENATOR, 36th DISTRICT DANIEL M. HAMMACK. 144 East Avenue 55, Los Angeles, Cal. : FOR STATE SENATOR 38th DISTRICT MARTIN BERING. 1341 South Figueroa street, Los An geles, Cal. HENRY m. Mcdonald. 1610 South Figueroa street, Los An geles. Cal. FOR MEMBER ASSEMBLY 67th DISTRICT RAY E. GOODE. Glen dale, Cal. FOR MEMBER ASSEMBLY 69th DISTRICT GEORGE L. HOODENPYL. Long Beach. Cal. FOR MEMBER ASSEMBLY 70th DISTRICT WILLIAM A. GAINES, Compton, Cal. FOR MEMBER ASSEMBLY 71«t DISTRICT THOS. S. 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FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR W. L. MOORE. 129 East Avenue 26, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR CORONER A. C. PRATT. 233 West Forty-fifth street, Los An geles, Cal. FOR SUPERVISOR, FIRST DISTRICT C. E. COLE. WUttier, Cal. R.F.D. No. 2. I, C. G. Keyes, County Clerk, hereby certify that the foregoing notice is the official publication made in accordance with Section 10, Paragraph 2 of the Direct Primary Election Law. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 28th day of July, 1910. C. G. KEYES, County Clerk. COLONIST FARES FROM THE EAST TO CALIFORNIA POINTS WIT.L BE EFFECTIVE AUG. 25th to SEPT. 9th —AND— OCT. Ist to 15th, 1910 Deposit /jSS^ Bring Money \^j&/ Friends Money may he deposited with any Salt Luke Route ticket agent and tickets fur nished at any point desired, to California. Fare from Chicago $33.00 From St. Louis, $32.00; St. Paul.. .$31.75 Missouri River Points $25.00 Texas Points and Denver. $25.00 and ethers all over the country at corre sponding reductions. Get particulars at any office, or at 601 So. Spring St., Los Angeles. and Be Sure Your Friends Co.r.e Via Salt Lake Route g , -■■- . II I ■ ■ ■■■I.IIMM ■■.■■.Ml MM _^___^^_——.^m^m^m—...^— tAA^^^^^W IfS DAY DRINK HABIT ) <***™~*'o~ LEGAL GUARANTEE 23,000 SHAKES mW'B M V of tl.e Cajiltal :i\vr)n of & j Bmm Mutual Home Bldg. Corporation : AI L r^fm "** now err. ..• ji < J^^^^B] m 7 i T 848-344 Citizen* National Dank Bldg. V I W\ I I D 1 I 5 Gives you opportunity to participate NO HYPORDERMICS BU«MMP In the pront of Los Angeles' upbuild- HYPORDfc"J?MICS HARMLESS Ing. Stock pays $1.90. Pays 1G per cent. nWirVKUUtI lI^J l»W ' *"±" dividends payable-auarterly.' cJ^^O -^CKaJOLI Vt 01 -11» tf. Broadway. Ground Hoot Uum <______ -i-oT2 OWWV +602 j i Opera lluwta. IV *■ mmaaamam ■ *"" I SUPERVISOR, THIRD DISTRICT ENOCH HIDDEN. 932 Bartlett street, Los Angeles, Cal. J. L, MANSFIELD. 138 North Bunker Hill avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, LOS ANGELES TOWNSHIP LUCIUS P. 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FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, SOLEDAD TOWNSHIP ADOLPHUS B. BAUER. NewhalL Cal. CONSTABLE. LOS ANGELES TP. GEORGE R. BLAKE. 1146 Cahuenga street, Los Angeles, Cal. WILLIAM A. BUTTERFIELD. 426 Crocker street, Los Angeles, Cal. JOHN I. MOSS. 1702 Central avenue, Los Angeles, Cat •> WILLIAM A. POFF. 323 South Flower street, Los Ange les, Cal. FOR CONSTABLE, BALLONA TP. R. S. FINN. Venice. Cal. FOR CONSTABLE, BELVEDERE TP. SAMUEL G. WARREN. Station L, City of Belvedere, Cal. FOR CONSTABLE, GARDENA TP. W. L. BLACKBURN. Gardena, Cal. BENJ. R. SIMMS. Gardena, Cal. CONSTABLE, SAN ANTONIO TP. J. W. KENT. Los Angeles, Cal. Rural route No. 12, box No. 6. FOR CONSTABLE, SAN FERNANDO TP. F. E. STRADER. San Fernando, Cal. FOR CONSTABLE. SOLEDAD TP. WILLIAM E. PARDEE. Newhall, Cal. SOCIALIST PARTY FOR GOVERNOR J. STITT WILSON. Head of Ridge Road, Berkeley, Cal. PROHIBITION PARTY FOR GOVERNOR SIMEON PEASE MEADE 817 Seventeenth street, Oakland, Cal. LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1910. NEWS FROM NEARBY CITIES PASADENA Q»rt ___■ i aAtmtt— Mam. phoa* ■ ■■■■■! AMI. OFFICK, 80 WEST . COLORADO STREET. Phone* t«H. " , SUPERVISORS WILLING TO HURRY BRIDGE WORK Pasadenans to Soon Decide on Type of Structure Over Arroyo Seco PASADENA, Aug. "The county supervisors are ready to take up tha question of assisting the projected bridge across the Arroyo Seco when ever the Pasadena city council selects and recommends the kind of structure wanted," says Supervisor C. D. Man ning. "We are In favor of bridges wherever needed and will contribute our share toward either of the Pasa dena plans," lie said, "and personally I think the matter should be settled soon. The board took up the question with the county highway commission some time ago and went on record as favoring the project of. connecting the San Gabriel and San Fernando valleys with a bridge which should form a link in the foothill boulevard system. We are ready when the oth ers are." C.» D. Daggett, member of the ex ' ecutlve committee of the board of trade bridge committee, who was chairman of the county highway commission when the Arroyo bridge project was launched, declares that the commis sion undoubtedly will look at the mat ter from a utility standpoint rather than from the point of making the bridge a part of Pasadena's Arroyo boulevard project. Although it was stated when City Engineer Samuel J. Van Ornum start ed Saturday on his vacation that noth ing further would be done until his return, Mayor Earley had members of the city engineer's department on the ground Saturday setting stakes to show the revised grade of 6'i per cent for the proposed approach to the low bridge. The stakes for the 8 per cent grade formerly planned were left standing and Mayor Earley states that the engineers will today set stakes for the purpose of showing the proposed 4% per cent grade leading to the pro jected intermediate bridge. Stakes are also to be' set on the San Rafael side of the arrbyo showing where each of the proposed structures would land. TO DECIDE OX TTPB "When all the stakes are set it Is said that the bridge committee of twenty five will be called together to go over the ground in detail and decide upon which structure should be recommend ed to the city council. The executive committee of the bridge committee some time ago recommended the inter mediate bridge, after having been given power to act by the committee, but this was before Mayor Earley had the proposed low bridge approaches surveyed. Mayor Earley has expressed himself as decidedly in favor of the low bridge and he is endeavoring to convince the bridge committee and others that the plan proposed by himself and C. B. Scovllle Is the best. He takes the stand that there Is no question of "utility" at stake, that most people who cross tho arroyo will be sightseers and that the proposed gradea turns will be easy of access to anyone who keeps within the speed limit. Members of the bridge committee do not agree with him and it will probably require a joint meeting of the committee and the city council to settle the matter. The proposed intermediate bridge favored by the committee would run practically straight across the arroyo from the foot of West Colorado street with a 4 per cent grade on the San Rafael side and 4*4 per cent on the Pasadena side. The floor of the bridge would be 55 feet below the established grade of Colorado street at Grand av enue and would be 120 feet above the bed of the arroyo. ______-*-______,— LONG BEACH TO DECORATE FOR PASADENA PICNIC ♦Railway Will Run Through Cars to Beach Town PASADENA, Aug. I.—For the first time since the Pasadena annual picnic was started seven years ago the beach city which entertains the Crown City ites will be decorated for the occasion, •when Pasadena moves to Long Beach August 18 for a day. R. D. Davis, chairman of the decoration committee, and his associates, J. H. Chancy and L. A. Parmelee, will see that the au ditorium and other places are deco rated with bunting, flags and lanterns. The Pacific Electric railway will run through cars to Long Beach from Pas adena. Tho excursion tickets will provide for stopovers in Los Angeles on the return trip. PASADENA TO ENTERTAIN . THE SONS OF ST. GEORGE English Menu for Delegates at Big Banquet PASADENA, Aug. I.—When the del egate! and visitors to the grand lodge of the Sons of St. George come to Pas adena Wednesday evening they will be lavishly entertained, although their scheduled stay is for only six hours. They will he brought to the hoard of PASADENA CLASSIFIED WANTED SIT CATIONS—MALE WANTED—GARDEN WORK BY DAY OR month by reliable man. Phone Main *953, Pn*aJenft ,-:!-.'. PASADENA SHOE HOSPITAL MENS SEWED SOLES AN" HEELS, 11; lies'. >■:.■■_ '1 N. FAIR OAKS AYE, B-l-lmo AUCTIONS ENTIRE GROCERY STOCK AND Fix tures at 49; South Fair Oaks avenue, cor ner Palmetto drive, Tuesday. Aug. 2. at 10 a. m. Complete slock of fresh irrocerles, Fairbanks computing scales, cheeso cutter, coffee mill; computing scales resting lioo, and National cash register costing »130. Com) early for bargains. 8. H. FISHKR, auctioneer. .1-111-2 Circulation Dept. . Home 164*. Suiuet 1140 trade rooms at 5 o'clock Wednesday evening, and light refreshments will be served by a committee from Alex andra lodge of this city. The board of trade grill show the visitors around -town and land them« at the Casa Grande, where a banquet will be served at 7 o'clock by the local lodge. The menu will Include English sole, Ply mouth Rock chicken, English roast beef. King George salad, English plum pudddlng, English walnuts and other viands to remind the guests •of the mother country. William Chilton, president of Alex andra lodge, will Introduce the toast master, Dr. T. A. Williams. Mayor Barley will —elcome the visitors to the city. Other numbers on the program are: . ".Toast to the President of the United States," by George Wharton James; "Toast to the King," by S. H. Fisher; "The Sons of St. George," by Grand President Cooper; vocal solo by Prof. W. L. Jones; "Alexandra Lodge," by Thomas Adney; vocal duet by Prof. W. L. Jones and F. G. Novls; "Toast to the Ladies," by Past Grand President Brandon. During the pro gram the assembled guests will sing "The Star Spangled Banner," "God Save the King" and "America," PROMINENT SPEAKERS FOR HUMANE SOCIETY SESSION State Convention Will Hold Meet- ing in Pasadena PASADENA. 'Aug. I.— E. L. Conger, president of the Pasadena Hu mane society, Is making arrangements for prominent speakers to address the state convention of the society to be held at Hotel Maryland September 19 to 22, and several open sessions are planned to give the public an oppor tunity to hear the addresses. H. A. Jastro, president of the National Live Stock association, has promised to speak on the need of legislation gov erning the handling of live stock on the railroads, and the government management of live stock on the ranges. Tho question of calling for more adequate fish and game laws will be discussed and Prof. Charles Fred erick Holder will speak on "Humane Sports.'' *" . The care of neglected and dependent children will also. be considered. H. A. Wyatt, state superintendent of pub lic instruction, Judge Curtis Wilbur of the juvenile court and Rev. Robert J. Burdette are also expected to speak. Professor Holder has received an In direct acceptance from Gifford Pinchot, who states that he will speak at the convention if he can arrange to be here at that time. IOWA SOCIETY TO HAVE OUTING AT ALAMITOS PASADENA, Aug. I.—C, H. Parsons of Artesia, secretary of the lowa asso ciation in Southern California, an nounces that "we are to hold our an nual summer outing of the lowa people at Alamltos park. Long Beach, Satur day, August 13. These outings will be held regularly hereafter on the second Saturday In August - each year, and should not be confused with the annual picnic of the lowa society, which will continue to be held on February 22, as it has been for years." PASADENANS TO GO TO PICNIC PASADENA, August One hun dred and fifty or more Pasadena Cath olics are planning to attend the eighth annual reunion of Southern California, to be held In Redondo next Saturday. A special train will be engaged for those going from here. The program Includes speeches, a baby show, ath letic sports and dancing. Joseph Leddy and Harry Mouat of this city are on the reception _ committee. LEAGUE WILL BANQUET PASADENA, August I.—The Pasa dena Lincoln-Roosevelt league mem-, bers will banquet tonight at 6:30 o'clock In Woodman hall, and following the banquet the work of organizing the city, precincts will be taken up. Secre tary Robert Allen in the chamber of commerce building has charge of-the arrangements. Speakers of the even ing will be A. J. Wallace of Los An geles and John M. Eshelman of Im perial. 'PACIFIC ELECTRIC TO EXTEND POMONA LINES Will Establish Camps for Labor ers in Garey Avenue POMONA, July Agents for the Pacific Electric railway were here yes terday arranging for the establishment of a camp of railroad workers on the company** property at Fifth and Garey avenues, and information is given out that tho company will at once begin further construction and extension work In this city. It IS presumed the tracks will be laid east on Fifth ave nue, past tlie Walker-Dole tract to the city limits, and will eventually be extended southeast to Chino, and later to Riverside via Corona. SANTA FE OFFICIALS INSPECT NEW DEPOT REDLANDS, Jujy General Su perintendent Hibbard and General Man ager a. Q. "Wells, accompanied by sev eral other Santa Fe officials, were in Redlands late yesterday afternoon and evening making an inspection of the new depot that has Just been com pleted for the company at 'a cost of about $40,000. From here they went to . Barstow to inspect the site and work as far as it has gone on the new stat ion, office building and hotel. The | structure is being built by Contractor i Fellows, who built the Redlands sta- ! tion, and the two buildings are similar in many respects. m . m DUMBER INTENDED FOR . HOME IS HAULED AWAY REI'LANDS, July 81.—A remarkable robbery has Just been reported to the police, thieves visiting the scene of the building of a new home for Secretary Hollabaugh of the Y. .M. C. A. and hauling away lumber stored on the grounds and to be used in the construc tion of the home. No trace of th© thief has been found. SAN BERNARDINO Office 438 Court street. .Phones—Home 449; Sunset Main 44*. \ ______ INSPECT MEXICAN MINE, LEAVING GUNS BEHIND San Bernardino Men Cross Into Lower California With Quartz Mill SAN BERNARDINO, •July' 31.— George Miller, a well known Highland orange grower and pioneer of the "val ley, has just returned from an over land journey into Lower California with a party of local men, bound on a min ing Inspection trip. The party Included Messrs. Flack, Hansen, Clanahan, Haddock, Will Goodcell and Dick War ner. They were obliged to leave their rifles at the natlorfal boundary and give a bond of $650 to assure their peaceable intentions. Miller states that the country abounds In game of all sorts and that with their shotguns, which tßey were allowed to carry, they had an excellent time hunting. The mine they went to Inspect was filled with water" from the winter rains. They took in a quartz mill which was shipped by water from Los Angeles to Ensenada. REMOVAL OF HOSPITAL MAY CAUSE CITY TO SUE Managers Claim They Acted in Advance of New Law SAN BERNARDINO, July 31.—"The Settlement," a charitable hospital for Invalids, had ceased to be known un der that name, and is now the "Men tone Sanitarium." It has also ceased to occupy the quarters where it had been for years, but has been removed to the Mentone hotel. This action comes as a surprise, as the board of supervisors refused to permit the re moval and instructed the district at torney to prepare an ordinance which will make It impossible for sanitariums of that sort to change locations. The protest was due to the fact that the domestic water supply for •Redlands passes through the Mentone tract. The men and women managing the institution state that they have ac quired the Mentone hotel and that as the removal was made before the new law was enacted It is legal. * i - INFANT TODDLES MILES WHILE PARENTS SEARCH Lost Child Causes Futile Activity of San Bernardino Police SAN BERNARDINO, July 31.— Gladys Webster, 4-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Webster of Fifth street and Waterman avenue, became lost in the business district last night and for several hours the entire police department aided the parents and friends in a vain search. Shortly be fore midnight the Websters returned home and were surprised to find the child asleep on the front porch. She had walked over two miles through the darkness to her home. GAINS LIBERTY ON BAIL AND HURRIES TO MARRY Police Seek Offender Who Dis- appeared with Bride SAN BERNARDINO, July 31.—News of the marriage of Miss Alice Huntley and William Donahue'at Los Angeles Wednesday comes as a surprise and shock here. Sheriff Ralphs and Chief of Police Shay have circulars out seek ing Donahue, -who is wanted for vag rancy and beating a board bill. He had been released under $50 hall, put up by James Spence, to secure his presence at a trial. Miss Huntley is well known here an moved in the best circles. GARNER BUYS CABAZON RANCH SAN BERNARDINO, July 31.— R. F. Garner, a local cattleman, has bought the Cabazon ranch of 2800 acres for $25,000. He has also acquired three and a half sections.of railroad land adjoining the ranch, giving. him own ership of 5000 acres: . He has also taken a lease on additional railroad land, placing in his control a cattle - range containing 25,000 acre% one of tho most extensive in the state. .„■ ( -".} FOIL FRIENDS BY WEDDING SAN BERNARDINO, July 31.—Coch ran C. Patterson and Relda Cochran of Long Beach and Pasadena, respec tively, were married by the Rev. M. B. Shaw 1. st night at the home of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Bar cume, on Rialto avenue. For romantic reasons the. couple desired to have the nuptials kept secret. They will make their home at Long Beach. POLICE ESTABLISH RECORD SAN BERNARDINO, July 31.—The police report for the month ending July 31 shows 283 arrests during that period, and fines collected amounting to $1475, making the biggest record by the department In several years. FREE METHODIST CHAPEL DEDICATED AT POMONA POMONA, July 31.—The new chapel of the Free Methodists of this city at the corner of Sixth and Thomas streets was dedicated today. Bishop Jones of Alameda preaching the sermon. A dis trict conference of .the denomination has been held here the past three days. This afternoon Miss Ada Pearce of Rawtelle addressed tho meeting, and this evening Prof. B. J. Vincent, prin cipal of the Los Angeles Free Meth odist seminary, spoke and was followed by Bishop Jones. Arrowhead Springs Radio-active hot mud and mineral springs water cures diabetes and Bright'! disease. • ■ CLEARINQ^OUSE.BANKS C- ixia! _ 1 t>_„l. " W. A. BONYNOE. President ommercial National Bank' • - newm.n essick. cashier. .. , . • __'»«"■ Capital, $200,000.00. Ml ft. ring, corner Fourth. ' . Surplus * Undivided Proflts, $47,000.01. F- „ , ___.»___■_■.•_ 1 D..k ___• W. HELLMAN, President. armers & Merchants National Bank charlbs skyi.br. cashier. t i "• j Capital, $1,500,000. Corner Fourth and Main. > ; Surplus an '■ Proflts. $1.100.000. F" ""J — T~ZT~Tt , »__> _, • J- M. ELLIOTT, President. irst National Bank w. t. s. hammond, cashier. Capital stock. $1,250,000. 8. K. corner Second and Spring. Surplus and Proflts, $1.628.000, < Mm a- , td__l. W. H. lIOLLIDAY, President erchants National Bank chas. oreenb, cashier. ■ • . . Capital. $200,000. ' 8. g. corner Third and gprtn_r. Surplus and Undivided Profits, $880.001. N. ' 7~Z i t rh.i:t...:. J- E. FISHBURN, President. ational Bank of California . H . s . M ckeb. cashier., * '.. Capital, $500,000. ■ M. K. corner Fourth and Spring. j ' Surplus and Undivided Proflt.. $180,000. . i# , „ _.'' ■ S. F. ZOMBRO. President cntral National Bank james b. oist. cashier. C, -. ! T~Z , - Capital, $300,000. President. cntral National Bank jambs b. oist, cashier. Capital, »300,000. 8. B. center Fourth and Broadway. Surplus and Undivided Profits, $248,01X1, _. ' WARREN OILLELEN, President Broadway Bank & Trust Company A . w. redman, flashier. * • Capital. $250,000. IM.ne Broadway, Bradbury building. Surplus and Undivided Proflts. t2M,001». "J ~ Tl —; _TT T~ ISAIAS W HELLMAN. President 11 nited States National Bank f. w. smith, cashier. II Capital, »800,000. Us. B. corner Main and Commercial. j Surplus and rroflts, mm. ; _ C— ———— ~— , R. J. WATERS, President itizens National Bank wm. w. woods, cashi.r. Capital, $1,000,000. • 8. W. comer Vhlrd and Main. I Surplus. $500,000, | LOSJVNGEjJK_SAVm^ „ EcijiariTY : M — i\M Largest and Oldest in the Southwest source, $29,000,000.00 Pay. the highest rate, of tntaraat and on th. m.s* Uh.r»l term, oonslstanl wfla seund, conservative banking. Largest and best equipped Safe Deposit and Storage Vault in tho Southwest Security Building Spring and Fifth Streets f mmmmssm mi -^^*" THE BANK WITH THE>m^k\\\W^ ZP^" EFFICIENT WITH *-^MT" EFFICIENT SERVICE. j[ .TURING ANA FOURTH STS. % ■'I ■! I I ■ ■ ' " -■ ■ ■■-■ ■ Merchants Bank and Trust Co. sius over- $200,00) m. __. mmm . m 'm. n j_ __ " Transacts a Oeneral Ban* fSTiSmtm Hoover rt r..t__2Q9-l^S. Broadway ,„« and Trust Bu.lns- HARNESS" ~~ eVoiroT. ~ SADDLE HARNESS <HI ». Imm Ang.lea ■!»* J *» *^ ** " " ** LONG BEACH CIRCULATION DBPARTICBNT i 4 Pin. St. am 2M| Sunset MIL CORRESPONDiaCT Heine 4*5 1 Sunset 1181. CHAMBER SAYS COMPANY SHOULD SETTLE CLAIM LONG BEACH, July 31.—The cham ber of commerce has Instructed the president and secretary to take up with the Los Angeles Dock and Terminal company the matter of H. S. Carver's claim for $1000, said to have been ex pended by him in litigation a few years ago to compel tho Salt Lake railroad to put a "drawbridge across Cerritos slough. Mr. Carver's assertion that the result of the litigation was of great public benefit is not denied, but the chamber of commerce believes that the Dock and Terminal company, who are particularly interested In the harbor development and who were with Carver in the suit, should reimburse him. WOMEN OF LONfe BEACH START ON 55-MILE RIDE LONG BEACH, July 31.—A party of Long Beach young women left early this morning for a fifty-mile horseback ride up the coast and back. Venice, Ocean Park, Redondo, Playa del Rey and Wilmington were to be visited. Luncheon was served at Wilmington. In the party were the Misses Helen Perkins, Viva Truax, Virginia and Ruth Cronk and Zoa Hunt A. S. Myers, general manager of the Home Telephone company, escorted the party. __ J - J __. WOMAN FALLS ON STEPS . AND BREAKS COLLARBONE LONG BEACH, July Mrs.- Kate McClelland, wife of a rancher from Lordsburg, caught her heel on a stair way sou.th of the Salt Lake depot last night and fell. She struck on her left shoulder and fractured a collarbone. She was taken to her home. She has been here two weeks, accompanied :by her husband and niece. STINGAREE BITES FOOT OF PASADENA ATTORNEY LONG BEACH, Jtlty Fred S.kelly, a Pasadena attorney, was stung •by a stlngaree while bathing at Alamltos Bay this morning and sustained an ug ly wound In his right foot.' He was hurried to a physician's office and as the result of early relief he is In no danger of blood-poisoning. j ' THIRTY THOUSAND MAKE MECCA OF LONG BEACH LONG BEACH, July 3L— beach was the Mecca of thousands today. The crowd was estimated at 30,000. The late forenoon and afternoon were warm and the surf was Invaded by a host of bathers. Numerous automobile parties came from Inland cities. • PLAN LONG BEACH QUARRY LONG BEACH, July 31— Steps are being taken here to organize a com pany to develop a quarry of granite for the purpose of submitting the rock to the council and board of works for use in pier repair. At least $50,000 is to be expended for machinery, it is said, and one of the most important quarries on the coast will be developed. Its location Is not divulged. HASTEN POWER PLANT WORK LONG BEACH, July 31.—Work on the foundation for the Edison com pany's big power plant at the harbor , is being rushed by Contractor Corbaley. ..«__.* ______ ,^im..AiitA*iAiM'Aaair,vMtm'Jti}.i*'MtfSo4t'**&j!. A half dozen buildings are planned, two of which will have 300-foot fronts. One will be for the generating plant Construction Engineer Warner, Assist ant Engineer Mann and Accountant Booth are In charge > of the office al the site. C. P. ARKLE DIES AT BEACH LONG BEACH. July 31.—C. P. Arkle a merchant of Vlsalla, died here yes terday and the body has been takes there burial. He had been here two months, staying at 535 West Second street. His widow and a daughter sur vive him. DECLINES APPOINTMENT REDLANDS, July 31.—Joseph Rels ner of Sacramento, who was appointed physical director of the Redlands V M. C. A. at a meeting last Wednes day, has sent a telegram declining th« place, saying he has decided to remain at Sacramento. ' ■ \ "■• '*■■■_■' _• . m — OFFICIALS AWAIT $5000 PAY LONG BEACH, July 31.—The pay ment of $5000 worth of demands which was passed on by the council Friday night was not made yesterday because the money is to be paid out of the new budget after a special council meeting Tuesday. - - - — LONG BEACH NOTES LONG BEACH, July 31.— N. C. Ir vine and C. E. Show, two of the re cently appointed patrolmen, went on duty tonight for.the first time. They were assigned to beats along the'wa terfront. The other new officers .will go on duty tomorrow and .C. F. Me- Cown, the patrolman Just - appointed desk sergeant, will take up his new duties at that time also. C. E. Sargent, an employe at tha Craig shipyard, was struck in the left eye last evening by a flying bit of metal. A physician removed -it to day. The eyeball will not be seriously affected. The boats were operated from the outer wharf today for the first Sun day since the pier was wrecked. Only boat passengCTsr were allowed to •go on the outor wharf. Next Sunday tho entire, pier will be open to the general public. N ' A n-mber of lunch baskets and boxes were stolen from the.picnic deck.of the auditorium yesterday afternoon and some people wtio had come from Los Angeles to eat their luncheons at the beach were compelled to seek a cafe. • A number of such petty thefts have been reported lately. Small boys are-suspected. ' ..,. It was reported today that despite the inssage of the antl-plcketlng or dinance some of tho Craig shipyard strikers will continue their efforts In a quiet way, at some distance from tha yard, to urge strikebreakers not to take i their places. They claim that the picketing ordinance covers only the immediate vicinity of the plant. MAN BITTEN BY COLLIE DOG WHICH HAD RABIES Hollywood Resident Discovers He Owned Mad Animal REDONDO BEACH, July 91.— L. Zoller of Hollywood learned yesterday that the Scotch collie that was "shot -chile mad in this city last week was »a dog owned by him which had bitten him a few days previously. At the time Mr. Zoller did not give any se rious thought to the dog bite, as he did not know the animal had rabies. Later the dog disappeared and Mr. Zoller read In the paper the account of the killing of the dog here. Yester day upon investigation he found that the description of the mad dog tallied exactly with that of his doe- He has commenced treatment for hydrophobia. Too can bur It, parnapa at many places, tut there's one BEST olac* to buy It-arm that Blaos advertises.