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PROBE DEATH OF
TWO IN HARBOR
San Francisco Police Investigate
Mysterious Phone Mesage
About the Case
ONLY ONE CLEW TO IDENTITY
Bodies of Two Men Are Washed
Ashore Near Point
Richmond
(Aasoctated Press)
POINT RICHMOND, Aug. 2.—The
police of San Francisco and this city
are Investigating tho case of the find
ing of the bodies of two men on tho
bay shore near here this morning un
der circumstances that are regarded
by the authorities as peculiar. The
bodies were discovered about 9 o'clock,
but more than an hour previous to that
time some unknown person telephoned
to the San Francisco police telling tho
desk sergeant at the. central station
that two men had been drowned and
that their bodies had been cast up on
the Contra Costa coast, above this city.
The mysterious informant of the po-
lice is being sought.
The bodies are those of men be
tween the ages of 30 and 35 years.
Both were attired in dark trousers and
blue shirts. About their waists were
life belts bearing the name "Four Sis
ters." It was determined today that
the men were not of this bay freight
boat, the Four Sisters having docked
at Sonoma this morning with all of her
crew aboard. The only means of iden
tification found on the bodies are a
watch and locket worn by one of tho
men and hearing the initials "J. F. B.
The bodies had been In the water only
a few hours.
THEATRICAL MAN STILL
IN DANGER OF ARREST
Prosecutor States All Offending
Pictures Were Not Covered
It is possible that Perry Glrton, man
agar of tin- Grand opera house, will bo
arrested tomorrow for violating the
clause In the billboard ordinance pro
hibiting the displaying of pictures of
holdups, murders and other scenes, a
charge to which he pleaded guilty and
was fined $1 by Police Judge WijUtfms a
lew days ago. Deputy City Prosecutor
Dodge was in conference with the at
torney for Glrton yesterday.
Girton's first arrest was on the
ground that the posters for the "Queen
Of the Highway" violated the ordi
nance, in that they depicted a murder
and holdup. When arraigned before the
court Oil ton promised that ho would
cover the offending posters. Accom
panied by a policeman. Girton made a
tour of the city and covered the
weapons in the pictures with a slip of
paper, leaving the rest of the picture
unchanged.
Prosecutor Dodge states that several
of the- most thrilling pictures were
missed, and he said yesterday that all
the posters must be covered or an ar
rest will follow.
SUIT FOR $20,000 MAY
BE STARTED FOR TAXES
Fresno Property Owners Ready
to Make Contest
MAN FBANCISCO, Aug. 2.—Failure
on the part of the local board of su
pervisors to order the refunding to the
city property owners of the additional
20 per cent In taxes imposed last year
upon the Instructions of the state
board of equalisation will probably re
sult in the municipality being made
defendant in a suit which as a whole
will Involve over $20,0C0.
Many of the property owners Inter
ested have already retained attorneys
•to represent them and these attorneys
a • now waiting the final decision of
the supervisors before starting pro
ceedings. Frank Yanke, city attorney,
has advised the city trustees not to
refund the money, while the district
attorney has rendered an opinion to
the supervisors in direct contrast with
that of the city attorney. The money
collected on the additional assessment
Is still in the municipal treasury.
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ATTORNEYS WILL VISIT
VENTURA FOR ARGUMENT
The suit of the Union Hollywood
Water company against the city of
Los Angeles was resumed yesterday
before Judge Clarke of Ventura, who
sat in 'Judge Conrey's department of
the superior court.
The water company asserts that to
conform to the recent rates fixed by
the city means that the corporation will
be unable to pay fair Interest on the
money Invested. The trial probably
will continue all week, and next week
attorneys for the plaintiffs will go to
Ventura to argue the points beforo
Judge Clarke. -^ _•
PROF. BUEHNER HAS BODY
OF CHILD INTERRED HERE
The family of Prof. J. Buehner ar
rived from San Jose yesterday morning,
accompanying the body of Anna-lieso
Mary Buehner, the 5-year-old daughter,
who died in San Jose. Prof. Buehner
has come to teach German in the high
school, and as the family will reside ln
Los Angeles they brought the body here
for burial. Funeral services were held
yesterday afternoon at the chapel of
Orr'& Edwards, Dr. Hugh K. Walker
officiating. Burial was at Bosedale
cemetery.
GO ON VACATIONS
"' Miss Sue Barnwell, a member of the
board of directors of the lqcal Young
Women's Christian association, and
Miss Josephine Stone; secretary of the
association,/ will leave Thursday for
Lake Tahoe, whore they expect to re
main several weeks. Miss Grace Max
well, business secretary, will leave with
Miss Nell Hlghtower and Miss Nell
Stowell, members of the association,
the latter part of the week to join Miss
Emma Rosa and friends ln the Kern
county mountains. ,».:". '
Ton can buy it, pernapa at many place*, bat
there's one BEST place to buy. It-ana tbat
niace advertises, i „4
Ardis Olds, Young Pupil Who Will
Play First Piano at Recital Today
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CONSERVATORY TO HOLD
MIDSUMMER RECITAL
Talented Pupils of Various Grades
of De Chauvenet School
to Give Program
The midsummer recital of the De
Chauvenet Conservatory of Music, 845
Figueroa street, will be given this aft
ernoon by pupils of the various grades,,
and also with a number by the or
chestra.
Ardis Olds, one of the most talented
of the younger pupils of tho school,
will play the first piano part In the
Weber-Liszt "Polonaise BrUllanto," and
Margot Gabard, 11 years of age, will
play De Chauvenet's "Pecadora."
Members of the Composers' Study
club will discuss Bach at the meeting
at 2:30, and afterward Jean de Chau
venet wlll play the Bach-Tauslg "Toc
cata et Fugue."
' Other numbers on the recital will bo
Lohengrin "Bridal Chorus" (Wagner),
orchestra; "Hungarian Dance" (Hel
mond-De Chauvenet), Otto Daune
baum; "Romance," violin (Bloch), John
Foote; "Chapel ln the Woods" (Lange),
Grace Brit tain; "Cavatina," violin (Carl
Rolnecke), Flora Nuaser; Pecadora's
"Dream and Electric Dance" (Jean do
Chauvenet), Faye Thorne; Pecadora's
"Song of Triumph" (Jean de Chau
venet), Margot Gabard; "Just A'weary
in'," vocal (Bond), Reginald Ranyard;
"Pas dcs Amphores" (Chamlnade), Mar
guerite G'uhl; "Robin's Lullaby," violin
(Krogmann-Grim), Bessie Crammer;
"Moonlight on the Hudson (Wilson),
Carl Wagner; "Love Dreams," vocal
(Liszt), Mildred Jacobs; "Day Dreams,"
vocal (Clarke), Dollle Jones; "Polka de
Concert" (Bartlet), Mrs.. Marguerite
Nelson; "Awakening of the Lion" (De
Kontski), Julie Olszewski; "Robert il
Diavolo," vocal (Meyerbeer), Mine, de
Chauvenet; "Lorelle" (Liszt), Fayo
Thorne; "Polonaise Brllliante" (Weber-
Liszt); first piano, Ardis Olds; second
piano, Jean de Chauvenet.
DR. PRICE SECURES BAIL
• WHILE AWAITING TRIAL
Dr. W. B. Price, a psychologist who
has been a resident of Long Beach
for five years, was released from cus
tody yesterday afternoon by Justice
Baird, friends having deposited a $1000
bail bond.
Price was arrested Monday by Con
stable Corcoran on a wairant sworn
to by Miss Ella C. Howard, who al
leges that he forged her name to a
power of attorney in order that he
might secure a block of shares in the
National Gold Dredge company, which
she had purchased from him several
months ago.
Assistant District Attorney Ford,
who will prosecute Price, stated yes
terday that the accused psychologist
is awaiting trial In Long Beach on a
similar charge. Justice Baird /et his
preliminary examination for August 29.
Mrs. Bertha Hirsch Baruch, Who Has
Returned from Summer in Berkeley
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1910. ?
SENATORS TO SEARCH
FRAUD CASE PROCEDURE
Solons- Will Investigate Federal
Criminal Court Practices in
Perrin Indictments
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 2.—Senator
W. J. Stone of Missouri, a member of
the senate committee appointed to in
vestigate federal criminal court prac
tices, arrived here yesterday, and other
members of the committee are expected
to join Senator Stone within a few
days.
The object of the committee's visit
to San Francisco has riot been stated,
but It Is reported that the procedure in
the case of Dr. E. B. Perrln, indicted
on charges of defrauding the govern
ment out of valuable timber lands, will
claim tho committee's attention. •
NEGRESS IN MAN'S SUIT
HELD ON ARSON CHARGE
Woman Accused of Having Set
Fire to Ninth St. Building
Attired in a man's suit to hide her
Identity, Ora Allen, a negress, was ar
rested yesterday and accused of set
ting fire to a one-story frame building
at Ninth and Mateo streets several
weeks ago. The building was owned
by G. H. La Valle and occupied by A.
D. Johnson, colored, as a restaurant.
The woman was arraigned before
Police Judge ' Rose, who fixed August
8 as the date for her preliminary ex
amination. Ball was fixed in the sum
of $5000.
MR. AND MRS. E. WILSON
WILL MAKE WORLD TOUR
Mr. and Mrs. Erasmus Wilson, "7
Chester place, will leave this morning
for Kansas City, returning to Los An
geles October 20, and leaving October
23 on a twelve months' tour around
the world, under the auspices of the
steamship department, German-Ameri
can Savings bank. They will visit
Honolulu, Japan, China, the Philip
pines, East Indies, Australia, Tas
mania, New Zealand, Java, Sumatra,
Malay .peninsula, Burma, North and
South India, Ceylon, Egypt, Algeria,
Spain, France, Germany, Denmark,
Norway, Sweden, England, Scotland,
Ireland and Wales.
HOW IT LOOKS TO A HORSE
City Hoy—What makes a horse act naughty
when he sees an auto?
Country Boy—lt Is thin way: Horses is used
to sccin" other horses pull wagons, and they
don't know what to think of 'em goin* along
without a horse. Guess if you saw a pair of
pants walkln' down the street without a man
in 'em. you'd he scared, too.- Suburban Life.
Society
Mrs. Bertha Hlrsch Baruch, who has
been passing the last six weeks at
Berkeley, has returned to her home m
Wtst Thirty-sixth place. Mm. Baruch
has been attending the summer school
at Berkeley, specializing along several
lines In which she has already made
extensive studies.
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Mrs. William .1. Chichester and her
daughter. Miss Katherine Chichester,
of Menlo avenue, who have been for an
outing at Terminal for tha past three
weeks, aro planning a visit for the |
week end at .Catalina. Mrs. Chiches
ter will leave for Switzerland the last
of tho month, accompanied by her
daughter, who will enter school at
Lausanne. .
Miss Viola RenCk of East Jefferson
street entertained with a luncheon and
five hundred party yesterday afternoon
In honor of Miss Cora Boettcher of
East Thirty-second street, who loaves
on a trip to the Orient August 9. The
table was dainty with clusters of red
geraniums. The favors were tiny Jap
anese parasols. The places were
marked by envelopes addressed to'
each guest and Inclosed Was a Sheet
of paper upon which each was to write
a "steamer" letter to the traveler. Over
the table was an enormous Japanese
parasol, to the ribs of which were tied j
clusters of geraniums. Fastened to the |
score cards were tiny Japanese play- I
ing cards, and the whole scheme was
"Japanesey." Covers were laid for
Miss Boettcher, Mrs. J. Perclval, Mrs.
R. McLean, Mrs. G. L. Henck and the
Misses Rattle Hummell, Lucy Hum
mel], Bernlco Marcher, lone Weaver,
Mabel Bowman, Lois Wilson and .Miss
Henck. The prize was won by Miss
lone Weaver.
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The Misses May and Aurora Arm
strong of Romeo street were hostesses
yesterday, entertaining the Esoterix'
Bridge club with a luncheon and cards
afterward. The luncheon, which was
served in the dining room, was pink
and green, the whole color scheme be
ing carried out, Ices and cakes being
pink and green. The table was sweet
with roses and ferns. The place and
score cards were dainty hand painted
summer scenes. During the afternoon
Iced punch and lemonade were served
and games were played In the garden.
The hostesses were assisted by 'Mrs.
Frederick Wlngfleld Armstrong and
Miss Addison Mason. Covers were laid
for sixteen.
Mrs. I. S. Hurst of Potter Park place
will leave today for a three months'
visit to New York.
Mrs. E. A. Carter of North Grand
avenue, accompanied by her son, Prultt
Carter, will leave tomorrow for New
York by way of Panama. Mr. Carter
will pursue his studies in illustrating,
for which he Is said to show wonderful
talent. They will be joined later in
the season by Everett Barker, son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barker of West
Adams street, who is studying along
the same lines.
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Miss Marian Seay of Bonnie Brae
street and Miss Louise R. A'andegrlft
of 415 West Jefferson street will leave
this morning for a two weeks' visit at
Catalina.
Among the delightful parties at
Mount Washington hotel was the
bridge party, followed by a Dutch sup
per for twelve, with which Mrs. A. E.
Tandy entertained recently.
Mrs. Hattie Squires of South Olive
street Is entertaining as house guests
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Squires of Chi
cago.
Mrs. W. H. Newerf of South Hope
street entertained the Friday afternoon
Pedro club recently. The tables were
decorated with lavender sweet peas and
ferns and dainty refreshments were
served. The score cards were hand
painted sweet peas, and places were
arranged for Mrs. L. Mathewson, Mrs.
T. F. Simpson, Mrs. Henry Hall, Mrs.
Frank Daniels, Mrs. Clarence Van
Daler, Mrs. C. L. Newerf, Mrs. Frank
Delfel and Miss Shields. Mrs. C. W.
Cantrell was present as the special
guest of the club.
Prizes were won by Mrs. L. Rogers
and Miss Shields.
In honor of Miss Mabel Murray,
whose engagement to George Howard
was recently announced, Mrs. H. M.
Booney of West Pico street entertained
with a tea at the Alexandria yesterday
afternoon. Covers were laid for
eighteen.
Mrs. John R. Price of Leighton ave
nue has issued invitations for Tuesday
afternoon, August 9, for a musical in
honor of her house guest. Miss Laura
Connelly of Albuquerque and Miss Mar
jorle Burlingame, whose engagement to
Clarence E. Bauer was recently an
nounced. Mrs. Prince will also enter
tain with an Informal luncheon and
card party, with covers for eight.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Holson and Mr.
and Mrs. Daln Sturgess are enjoying a
motor trip to Arrowhead springs, San
Bernardino, Riverside and Hands.
They are also planning a trip to Mount
Wilson in their new machine.
Miss Madge Schalk, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Schalk of 1317 West
Twentieth street, has returned from a
trip to Camarlllo ranch and the Matl
lija springs.
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moffatt of 1021
Alpine street have returned from an
extended Eastern trip. They visited in
Montreal, Ottawa, Niagara Falls, Buf
falo, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago,
New Orleans, Texas and Mexico.
Misses Addle and Katherine Cave
naugh of West Twenty-third street en
tertained with a luncheon and the.-U.er
party Saturday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. Gertrude B. Kelly of Boston, who
is the house guest of her mother, Mrs.
R. C. Booker of East Twenty-fourth
street. The guests were entertained at
the Belasco. Luncheon was served at
Christopher's. Mrs. Kelly has been the
honored guest at many affairs during
her visit here, and will leave for her
home tomorrow, stopping at Salt Lake,
Omaha and New York, visiting friends
en route.
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. Southern California arrivals at Ar
rowhead Hot Springs hotel: T. P. Rob
ertson, R. S. Hoagland, . Los Angeles;
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hungase, Riverside;
Albert G. Lake, Redlands; Mrs. G. V.
King, Nclda King, Kathryn King, Po
mona; Miss L. E. White, Pomona; L.
A. Greenwood, E. E. Rodabaugh, T. W.
Summerland, Dr. and Mrs. Green, Mrs.
I. N. Van Nuys, Miss Kate Van Nuys,
T. P. Gregson, Los Angeles; Mr. and
Mrs. Walter R. Simons. Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Hollo way, Pasadena; C. H. Mann,
Los Angeles; Mrs. A. P. Maginnls, Los
Angeles; F. A. Maginnls, San Bernar
dino; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bryant, P. F.
Gourley, Chester Lawrence, Walter
Seeley, Los Angeles; Dr. and Mrs. J.
W. Smythe, Ban Bernardlnuo; Flnley
B. Pugh and daughters, Riverside; W.
M. Northrup, Alhambra; Mrs. B. M.
Drlscoll, Los Angeles; Chas. S. Cruby,
Los Angeles. ;,
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Los Angeles arrivals at Hotel del
Coronado, Coronado Beach: Mrs. M.
W. Heard, Miss Alice K. Parsons, Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Francis, Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Slaughter. Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Haygood. J. R. -Wblttemore, Mrs. I. B.
BataMUlMt October. 1878.
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Reduced Prices on jj OstermOOrS
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fer price cuts, because we want stocks down !; the Ostermoor—il Stands as the basis for coin
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ft 's questionably the best, regardless of price. Note
$6.50 robes now $ 5.00 5 these reduced prices—concessions because we
$7.50 robes now $6.00 are sole Los Angeles representatives of the
$9.00 robes now $ 7.50 Ostermoor factory:
$10.00 robes now $8.50 A
$12.50 robes now $10.00 < 4-6 Ostermoors; reg. $16.50, now $15.00
$15.00 robes now $12.50 4-0 Ostermoors; reg. $14.85, now $13.35
$17.50 robes now $15.00 j 3-6 Ostermoors; reg. $13.20, now $11.70
$20.00 robes now $17.50 \\ 3-0 Ostermoors; reg. $11.50, now $10.00
$25.00 robes now $20.00 \l 2-6 Ostermoors-; reg. $9.85, now $8.35
Band Trimmings $ 1.00 Yard
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Wilton Rugs on Special Sale
' Handsome seamless and seamed Wilton rugs; fine copies of Oriental designs in numerous
grades, patterns and colors, at prices like these: \
$60.00 9x12 rugs now $40.00 $27.50 6x9 rugs now $20.00 and $22.50
$57.50 9x12 rugs- now $35.00 $26.00 6x9 rugs now $17.50
$50.00 9x12 rugs now $30.00 Runners—
$45.00 9x12 rugs now $35, $32.50, $27.50 $22.50 value, 3x12, now $14.50
$32.00 washable rugs now $15.00 $16.50 value, 3x9, now $11.50
$40.00 and $37.50 8.3x10.6 rugs now $30.00 $15.00 value now ...-. $10.50
immm Coulter Dry Goods Co.- ■ J
Dockweiler, Thomas A. Dockweiler, G.
Holterhoff. C. Holloway, Dr. and Mrs.
J. W. Trueworthy and family, Mrs. G.
Allen Hancock and family, Mrs. E. H.
Childs, Mrs. Frank S. Hicks, Mr. and
Mrs. A. F. Hoebel, H. J. Slater, Mr.
and Mrs. A. Robinson, Sinclair Robin
son, Aylmer F. Robinson, Selwyn A.
Robinson, Mrs. N. W. Stowell, Miss
Edith Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. William
Bayly, jr., Mrs. C. Modinl Wood, Miss
Elizabeth Wood, Miss Florence Wood,
Mrs. C. B. Martin, L. D. Loomis, Dr.
J. A. McGarry, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Cochran, Mrs. Winifred Hunt, Mr. and
Mrs. W." E. Trapp, Randolph Hunt,
Arthur P. Huntington, Miss Mildred
Peabody of Pasadena, accompanied by
Miss Susan W. Peabody of Chicago,
111.; Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Ballard and
child, George W. Childs, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Clyde Power, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Mills, Henry G. Peabody of Pasadena,
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Cook of Los
Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morris of
Phoenix, Ariz.; Miss K. L. Wilson of
Winona, Miss.; Miss Ruth Dorris and
Miss Relna Dorris of Phoenix.
Week end Southern California arri
vals at Hotel Virginia:
Mrs. Thomas R. Lenox, Pasadena;
Miss Genevieve Gregg, Mrs. James H.
Owen, Arthur E. Owen, Mrs. G. L. Gid
dings, Mrs. A. M. Giddings, Mr. and
Mrs. George Jessup, Miss Hall, John
A. Purlseir, Charles H. Howland and
party, P. R. Mabury, Los Angeles; Mr.
and Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. A. R. Dodworth,
Mrs. James S. Maclaren, Pasadena;
J. E. Buck, Santa Barbara; Mr. and
Mrs. Otto L. Erde, Olive B. Erdt, H.
G. Hagerty, Mr. and Mrs. V. E.
Maesches, Los Angeles; Mrs. A. E.
Bell, Edna Bell, Sierra Madre; Mr. and
Mrs. I. N. Richards; Casa Verdugo;
James H. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Thompson, Los Angeles; Horace Slater,
Redlands; T. H. McCoy jr., Pasadena;
A. Freese, Los Angeles; C. W. Dustin,
Dayton, O.; Frank T. Chase, Harry B.
Chase, Riverside; Dr. and Mrs. D. W.
Skeel, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur T. Haben, Miss Jessie Piatt, H. C.
French jr., Pasadena; Mr. and Mrs.
John W. J. Marble, W. M. Walker,
Mrs. A. Mulock. Mr. and Mrs. S. W.
Mudd, H. S. Mudd, Seeley G. Mudd,
Los Angeles; Miss E. F. Adams. Mas
ter Riley Pattee, Miss Dorothy Pattee,
Riverside; Mr. and Mrs. John Stuart,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. M. Houghton, Miss
Helen A. Houghton, Pasadena; Miss
Ruth Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. S. W.
Raymond, S. A. Floyd, Los Angeles;
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Frultt, Miss E. V.
Reniff. San Diego; C. H. Elmcndorf,
Mrs. H. B. elarkson, A. P. Hammond,
L. B. Jones, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Emery, Master Emery. Miss
Emery, Pasadena; O. B. Rosenberg,
Los Angeles: Hugo J. R. Huston, Pas
adena; M. E. Dunham, Los Angeles;
Nat B. Browne, Mary Browne; Mr.
and Mrs. F. P. Brenver and daughter,
Pasadena; Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Bryan,
Miss Bryan, Mrs. Bradford, W. G.
Hant, J. V. Rounsefell, Miss M. Wil
son,, Mrs. Peacock, Mr. and Mrs. Sid
ney M. Haskell, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Hauft, Miss Norma Hauft, W. F.
Hauft, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Snyder, Pasadena; Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Norcross, Reno; Dr. and
Mrs. F. M. Bruner, Santa Ana; Dr.
and Mrs. C. B. Mugger. Mrs. T. R.
Kurtz, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Brotherton,
T. W. Brotherton jr., Miss Irwin, H.
Ward Dawson, Los Angeles; Fred L.
Binlff, Benjamin F. Porter. San Fer
nando- E. T. Albert. Miss E. Phillips,
Los Angeles; Emory Rogers. Marshall
Ketchum, Santa Monica; Joseph J.
Ball jr., Redondo; Waring H. Ellis,
Judith Joyce Bishop, H. H. Smith.
Luther H. Green, Mr. and Mrs. K.
Wall, Miss Selma Wall, Miss Alice
Wall, Miss Mary Wall, Miss Olive
Wall, Mrs. M. A. Crane, Mr. and Mrs.
T Billlngton, Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Johson. Miss Marble, Lois Bedell, Miss
Blyde, Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hopper,
Mrs. E. L. Hopper, Mr. Binsabaugh,
Raymond Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. B. H.
Dyas, Mr. and Mrs. 1.. X. Rohn. H. P.
Barton, Mrs. H. P. Barton, Mrs. F.
Davies, C, P. Barton. Mr. and Mrs.
David Sullivan. Fred E. Windsor, Los
Angeles; A. D. Windsor, Coalinga;
Eugene Forker. Alfred Hastings, Los
Angeles: Miss Julia Johnson. Oakland.
WOMAN ASKS ANNULMENT
OF MARRIAGE AND COIN
Judge McCormiek of the superior
court yesterday heard arguments In
the suit of Flora K/tnoff of Pasadena
for anuulment of her marriage Feb
ruary 6, 1907, to Kmll Renter, who then,
she declares, was known as Henry S.
Miller. She asserts that she has
learned he has a wife and children in
Dundee, 111. She claims property In
Imperial' county valued at $1530 and
$1000 damages. Through attorneys, the
defendant Is contesting the award of
the property to her.
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Nohby Ivory Handle. Credit Letter fQr $200
Set Gold Cuff Links— Credit Letter for $150
Ideal Freitch Pattern. _ _ _, ._. . , . . .
Free Us* cf Piano— 5 -Box Christophers Assorted
Until New Year's. Candy.
And $2850 in Other Va!*ibl« Prizes ABSOLUTELY FREE
for Solving This Puzzle
Can You Find the Lady's Face?
DIBECTIONS— on this or a separate sheet of paper the
Lady's Face. For the neatest correct solution we will give a Chest of
genuine Bogers' Sliver, 26 Pieces Complete ln Mahogany Chest, and a
Credit Letter for $125. For the second neatest correct solution we will
give a Gold Filled Fleur-de-Lls bracelet, set with Beautiful Amethyst,
(•id a Credit Letter for $125. For the third neatest correct solution we
will give a French Curb Gentleman's Gold Chain and Fob, and a Credit
Letter for $125. For the fourth neatest correct solution we will give a
Fancy Ormolu Clock, Black and Gold Design, and a Credit Letter for
$125. For the fifth neatest correct solution we will give a Silk Umbrella,
Nobby Ivory Handle, and a Credit Letter for $125. For the sixth neat
est correct solution we will Rive a Credit Letter for $200. For the
seventh neatest correct solution we will give a Set of Gold Cuff Links,
Ideal French Pattern, and a Credit Letter fox, $125. For the Eighth
neatest correct solution we will give a Credit Letter for $150. For the
ninth neatest correct solution we will give Free Use of a piano until
New Year, and a Credit Letter for $125. For the ttwith neatest correct
solution wo will give a flvn-pound box of Christopher's Assorted Candy,
and a Credit Letter for $125. To each of the next twen^-flve neatest
correct solutions will be given a Credit Letter . for $I™. All other
contestants will receive Credit Letters ranging from $115 to $10, accord
ing to merit.
To all those submitting correct solutions, a Star Collection of Fifty Old Fa
vorite Songs wlll be given.
All answers must be In our office not later than 10 p. m. TUESDAY, \V<
9, 1010. Write your name and address plainly.
Name •••• *
Address • >•- ■ __,
Town State ...
Solutions accepted from people living In California, Arizona, Tit M ; de» a
Nevada. Address your answer to
Puzzle Dept., Fitzgerald Music Corrj an
523 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. *, U
PRINCE'S TRIP CAUSES
CHINESE CRITICISM
Brother of the Regent Will Come
Here to Study Navy
PEKING, Aug. 2.—Peking was sur
prised this morning by the arrival, un
heralded, of Prince Tsai Tao, uncle of
the young emperor, whose long and ex
tensive recent tour through the United
States and Europe caused considerable
criticism of the dynasty. Prince Tsai
Tao wished to extend his stay In Eu
rope, but was ordered to return quietly
to Peking, the measure being evident
ly intended to prevent any anti-dy
nastic incidents against which the
government has of late taken unusual
precaution.
In spite, however, of the criticism of
the extravagant peregrinations, Prince
Tsai Ksun, a brother of the regent,
and several less exalted members of
the Imperial family will sail for the
United States August 24, nominally to
study naval methods ln America, al
though any increase in the Chinese
fleet is not expected for many years.
Sixty students who are being edu-
cated at the expense of the indei
fund returned to China by tho U'
States, also will sail for tha Ul
States this month, as well as deleg
to the Prison Reform congresa and
conference of army surgeons.
THE QUALITY OF MERCY
Bee the woman. Why is the woman's hat
trimmed with a nostful of little n;r(tl!4_f*
with the mother bird brooding utiemf
It 19 because the woman la merciful. Tho
woman wished to trim bar hat *vltii t>e
mother bird alone, but rather than lie c
the birdllnga to starve ah* trlmir-d It >vim
the whole family.
Must It not feel lovely t* be merciful Itmm
that -.'-—Puck.
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