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NOTICE OF ELECTION (Continued from Ninth Page.) FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT. STEPHEN G. LONG. 1327 Pacific avenue, Long Beac/h, Cnl. CYRUS F. McNUTT. I.IM "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 LORI.V A. HANDLBT. 604 West avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. LEGISLATIVE. FOR STATE SENATOR. 34th DISTRICT EUGENE P. M. CREUTZ, 2626 Hallfinlc avenue, Los Angeles, ral. FOR STA">E SENATOR, 36th DISTRICT DANIEL M. II IMMACK. 144 East Avenue 55, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR STATE SENATOR 38th DISTRICT MARTIN BEKINS. 1841 South Figueroa street, Los An geles, Cal. henry m. mcdonald. 3 610 South Figueroa street, Los An geles, Cal. FOR MEMBER ASSEMBLY 67th DISTRICT BAT E. GOODE. GlendaJe, Csl. FOR MEMBER ASSEMBLY 69th DISTRICT GEORGE L. HOODENPYL. Long Beach, Cal. FOR MEMBER ASSEMBLY 70th DISTRICT WILLIAM A. O.VINES. Comntou, Cal, FOR MEMBER ASSEMBLY 71st DISTRICT THOS. S. KNOLES. 1914 Santee street, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR MEMBER ASSEMBLY 72d DISTRICT CHARLES O. HAWLET. 823 South Union avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR MEMBER ASSEMBLY 73rd DISTRICT EDWIN C. MAYHAM. 229 East Fifth street, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR MEMBER ASSEMBLY 74th DISTRICT JOHN I. STAFFORD. 442(3 Gordon avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR MEMBER ASSEMBLY 75th DISTRICT LOUIS G. GUERNSEY. E34 South Spring street, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR SHERIFF WILLIAM T. HARRIS. SlO " 'est First street. Los Angeles, Cal. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY THOMAS LEE WOOLWTNBS. 1040 West Kensington road, Los An geles, Cal. FOR COUNTY CLERK LLOYD W. MeATEE. 1344 South Hoover street. Los An geles, Cal. FOR AUDITOR FRED L. DWYER. 942 Vermont avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. FOR TREASURER C. TV. JUDY. I San Fernando. ) FOR ASSESSOR WILLIAM H. TRUITT. 263 West Center street. Pomona. FOR TAX COLLECTOR WALTER J. DESMOND, 1673 Appleton street, Long Beach, Cal. FOR RECORDER TITOS. SHELLEY BUTTON. 31 nVi West Second street, Los An eeles, Cal. FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR W. L. MOORE. 129 East Avenue 26, I.os Angeles, Cal. FOR CORONER A. C. PRATT. 2.13 West Forty-fifth Btreet, Los An- ; Ecles, Cal. FOR SUPERVISOR, FIRST DISTRICT | C. E. COLE. WUttier, Cal. R.F.D. No. 2. I 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. Going East on Los Angeles Limited mean 3 the enjoyment of the utmost comfort and luxury in railway travel. The electric lighted sleepers, parlor observa tion car and diner afford moi .- than many home comforts to the traveler while en route in /*—*>. THREE DAYS TO CHICAGO fVmt&iS TWO DAYS TO DENVER v &?'M£ J n';i fas( iime to XgJiV^ KANSAS CITY AND ST. LOUIS via Salt Lake Route, Union Pacific, Northwest* crn and connections. EASTERN EXCURSIONS tit reduced fares', for round trip August 13, 14, IK, IT, is, 22, '23, t 24, and later. full particulars at 601 So. Sprint? St., Los Angeles, and SO E. Colorado ... Pasadena. /?, fll, d ",;tV.? Ol' 1' t» to Ifji |jj G.U.Whitnoy *"■* J '^~i ryy/ ilia tilde* es tablished and I'Mikt reiiaLln trunK iuuuii'ko* turer. bture and factory, 836 Huutli Main. Ijomr SJuil&pr, Gives you opportunity <■ participate In the profit of Los Angers' upbuild ing. Stock pays $1.90. Pays 16 per cent, dividends payable Quarterly. 129 8. Bruadnuy. (iround l'lvui linn Overs Uoii**. SUPERVISOR. THIRD DISTRICT ENOCH HIDDEN. :>.;:' Bartlett stnet, I.os Anpreles, Cat. ■ J. L, MANSFIELD. 13S North nunker Hill avenue, Los i Angeles, Cal. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, LOS ANGELES TOWNSHIP LUCIUS P. OREHJN, RC." Loomls street. I.os Angeles, Cal. JOHN W. HUNTSBERQER. 119 North Hope street, L,os Angeles, Cal. ERT c. LOUCKS. 1800 Arlington street, IyOs Angeles, Cal. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, LOS ANGELES CITY STEPHEN Mi )NTELBONE. South San Pedro street, L? 9 ah • s. Cal. CHARLES S. WILSON. Gramercy place, i.oa Angeles, Cal. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, AZUS<\ TOWNSHIP QEO. K. GLOVER. Azusa, Pa!. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, BELVEDERE TOWNSHIP D. W. GARWOOD. 143 Poutli Hollenbeck street, Los Angeles, cm. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, EL MONTE TOWNSHIP JAMES M. HOLLA WAT, P.O. box 251, Monrovia, Cal. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, GARDENA TOWNSHIP ARTliri; DE PAEMLAERE. Centlnella street, Qardena, Cal. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, LANKERSHIM TOWNSHIP QEO. M. SAVAGE. Lankershim, Cal. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, REDONDO TOWNSHIP JOTIX V. ERICKSON. 30) Camlno Real, Redondo Reach, Cal. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, SANTA MONICA TOWNSHIP BERNARD SUES. I^3 Fourth street, Fanta Monica, Cal. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, SOLEDAD TOWNSHIP ADOLPHUS H. BAUER. Newhall Cal. CONSTABLE, LOS ANGELES TP. GEORGE R. BLAKE. ]M 6 Cahuenga street, Los Angeles, Cal. WILLIAM A. BI'TTERFIELD. 426 Crocker street, Los Angeles, Cal. J' (HN I. MOSB. 1702 Central avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. WILLIAM A. TOFF. 323 South Flower street, Los Ange les, cal. FOR CONSTABLE, BALLONA TP. R. S. FINN. Venice. Cal. j FOR CONSTABLE. BELVEDERE TP. SAMUEL G. WARREN. Station L. City of Belvedere, Cal. FOR CONSTABLE. GARDENA TP. W. L. BLACKBURN. Gardena, cm. BKN'J. R. SIMMS. i; irdena, i !al. CONSTABLE, SAN ANTONIO TP. J. \V. KENT. Los Ansreles. Cal. Rural route Xo. 12, Ijox Xo. C. 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, nerkeley, Cal. PROHIBITION PARTY FOR GOVERNOR SIMEON PEASE MEADE. I gi7 Seventeenth street, Oakland, Cal. Shoes Half Price and Less Over two hundred big »play i>a;*a.a tables are displaying shoes lor men, ivu:u»a and children, on sale In many Instances ft half price and Jena, Convince yourself aad come tv thtt MAMMOTH nor: Jioi;jfi, 6i'J Muutli Uiuudv.u)'. |KftßmpricoN leturT^M \ OCEANO DEACn) ■n-urvAYs & miDAYj spn. j E^k »or a. ridwV. LOS 4NGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 8, 11)10. NEWS FROM NEARBY CITIES Otnrrwf in drat— ■••. phon» Sm—t 4MT. PASADENA OFFICE, S» WF.ST COLORADO STREET. I'twinm »62T. WATER ISSUE AROUSES DEBATE OVER METHODS Residents of Pasadena Discuss Possible Advantages of Con solidating Companies PASADENA. Auk. B.—That the board of trade director! liavo started by a wrong method in their efforts to solve the water question which has been an issue in this city for over 20 years, is the opinion of many citizens who have given the question much time and attention in the past. O. \V. Woodhouee, a member of the board of labor, while he does not as sume to speak officially for organized labor, believes the board of trade di rectors made a mistake in not ap pointing a representative of the work- Ing people on the committee of 18. Will B. Smith says the scheme as outlined by the directors to have the committee invoice the existing water plants and ask the council to call a bond election to purchase the same, seems to be little different from pre vious plans which have been voted down on three occasions. Georgre F. Kernaghan! who declined to ierve on the board of trade water committee and who gave no reason In his letter of refusal, stated last evening: "I did not see my way clear to serve on their committee while I am still a member nf the committee appointed by Mayor Earley some time ago, and continued by the city council on July 12 to work for consolidation of the principal water companies." CONSOLIDATION IS FAVORED Mr, Kernaghan interprets the action of the oduncil In adopting unanimous ly the committee report submitted by himself, and Judge 11. V>". Magee ad vising consolidation or the plants, and subsequent indorsement of the plan by the pross and individual citizens, as binding upon him to work to that end rather than support the proposition of buying the existing plants at pres ent. The Kernaghan-Magee report adopted by the council was in part as follows: "There are two parties here —one will do nothing until the present water plants are sold to the city, and the other Is stion™ enough to prevent it. In this deadlock we believe that some Other way must be found upon which our people can unite in order that we may get out of this unfortunate posi tion, and we recommend that all good citizens should join In seeing that the three water companies be consolidated Into one str ing company." Among the reasons advanced In tho i an that the consolidation of the local ' companies would determine whether sufficient water can be de ed for Pasadena without buying Owens river water; that if the con solidation shows a shortage, which many believe it will, the matter of procuring Owens river water must be a.tended to at once; that the consoli- j dation of the local water companies should be forced, if necessary, by public opinion, and that a mass meet ins should be called at once to take up the question. WATKB COMPANIES WORKING Directors of the various water com panies have been quietly working on the question of consolidation of the ; plants, and it is said that a majority; will favor the proposition when it is ! brought to an issue. It is thought j ; i a majority of the stockholders of the companies will also favor the plan on the ground that wit,h one large ' ipany all parts of the city could be furnished with water, and that being a public servic 'poratlon it could be easier regulated by the city. It Is claimed further that much water now to waste and large quantities remaining un 1 iv< loped through con flicting water rights of the large com panles could be utilized if all com under one head. ol Hie stumblin.' blocks in the way lolldat lon at present is the Bull >f the Citizens' league of the dry i ■ against the Cottonwood Canyon mj and the Xorth Pasadena Land and Watar company to determ ine whether they are mutual compan- lea or public bi pvlce corporation*. A decision in this case is expected soon. Willis Eason, president, ami A. J. Toolen, vice president of the Ndlth dena Land and Water company, aiv absent from th ■. city, but it is un tood that tiny favor consolida tion. <'. C. Brown, director of the Pasa dena Lake Vineyard Land and Water company, would make no statement for publication regarding consolidation, but declared that the company has 300 miners' Inches of water going to waßte throiiL',ii lack of pumping facll and thai with the recently dis covered spring near Colby's ranch, the new I. os Flores well and other unde veloped water sources enough could developed to supply Pasadena for fifty years. W S. McQuillan, secretary of the dena Land and Water company, ,1 last evening th;it he believes >ompany would favor consolidation, | that the matter had been disofisaed by the directors Informally, but that lie believes nothing 1 can be done until the North Pasadena - i I tied. i BRIDGE QUESTION WAITS UNTIL VACATIONS CLOSE Mayor Believes Data Should Be Added on Arroyo Plans PASADENA. An jr. R.—The arroyo i Is In abeyance for tho , ; - , , all appearances. Mayor Barley etatea that it is because many df tho members of the bridge commlt the city engineer and other Inter : ! n vacation*, making n Impossible to meet find bring the p to :i focus. There .seems to be a difference of opinion between the mayor and mem bers er the bridge committee nf the r trade as to tho status of i t- Members of tho committee claim their :< p[i":ii-.\t)''' Vi'l'or" th" I'mm- i-ASADENA CLASSIFIED^ PASADENA SHOE HOSPITAL HEN 18 SEWED SOLES AND HEELS, Hi ladies', Ho. 154 N. FAIR OAKS AYE. l-i-lmo Ctrrnlntlon Dopt. Horn* 164?. Bun.ct 1740 Cll with plans and recommendations for the Intermediate bridge should re ceive attention either by indorsement or rejection by the council. Mayor Farley stated lasl evening that the committee's appearance before the Council was not official, and that more data should be forthcoming for both the Intermediate bridpo and the low bridge before any action 'is taken in the matter. FUNERAL OF MISS COFFMAN PASADENA, Auk- S.—Funeral serv ices for Miss Lillian Coffman, who died Saturday at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, s. Coffman, 253 South Lake avenue, will be held this after noon at 3 o'clock from the Sunday school auditorium of the Pasadena Presbyterian church, in which she- was an active worker. The Rev. T. Cum mings Beattle will officiate. BOARD OF LABOR WILL MEET PASADENA, Aug. B.—The Pasndena board ot 1 labor will meet this evening at t.i South Fair Oaks avenue to re celve reports of several committees which have been working on questions said to be of importance to the work ingmen and the community. Officers of the board state that polities, high schools and the water question may be discussed. SESSION OF SCHOOL BOARD PASADENA, Aug. B.—The board of education will meet tomorrow evening to take up routine matter?. Secretary Felker st.ites that the question of con sidering another high school bond elec tion will not be discussed at the meet ing so far as known. SAN BERNARDINO (Wire 438 Court street. rilones—Mom* 442 Sunset Mala 442. CRITICISM IS WITHOUT CAUSE, SAYS OFFICIAL Santa Fe Superintendent Finds Injured Brakeman Was Hurried Home PAN BERNARDINO. Aim. 7.—As the result of criticism by friends of A. E. Conk, the Santa Fe brakeman fatally injured at Alossantlro two weeks ago, regarding the manner in which the dying may was handled while on his way to San Bernardino, Superintendent J. R. Hitchcock has copducted an Investigation and an nounced that what delays did occur to the special train bearing the in jured brakeman were entirely un : avoidable. The Press of Riverside : took the matter up and criticised the j company, resulting in the reply of Superintendent Hitchcock, exonerat ing his dispatcher upon whom the newspapers placed the blame. It is said that the train bearing the dying man was delayed several places between the scene of the accident and j this city. When Cook was rescued ; from between the ears that crushed j him he told his fellow trainmen that i he was dying and asked them to have local Santa Fe officials notify his wife to meet him at the depot. When the train arrived the ambulance . had not yet reached the depot and Cook's . wife i a S aid to have been told her hus band had broken his leg, she did not see him before he died. SANTA FE DOUBLE TRACK IS READY FOR TRAINS Twenty-Two Miles Built from Daggett to Cottonwood SAX BICRNARDTNO, Aug. 7.—The first stretch of double track of that au thorize last year by the Santa Fo will soon be placed in operation between i Daggett and Cottonwood. The second roadway has been placed for a distance of twenty-two miles. On Wednesday of this week the grading contractor will complete his work and move his outfits to Ash Fork to assist In the double tracking out of that point. The rail is already down for a considerable die- I tance between Cottonwood and Bar- [ stow and a large gang is rushing the : Steel Into the latter point and toward | Daggett. / FINDS SAN BERNARDINO PAPER ISSUED IN 1875 SAX BERNARDINO, Auk. 7.— J. E. ; Miller, a street cleaner, picked up a i newspaper bearing the date of April : 1", l nth, while sweeping tho streets. The ; ancienj sheet Is railed the Advertiser | and was one of the first newspapers published In the San Bernardino val- I.ys. It contains mention of various men still prominent in the affairs of the city. DEATH CLAIMS PAINTER WHO FELL FORTY FEET REDLANDS, Oal., Aug. 7.— Frank Hamilton, a painter, living in this city, who was Injured by a fall f >m be ffold forty fset ab ive the groui d, while painting a new schoolhouse at Auburn last Thursday, Uied as a re suit of his Injuries last night, accord- Ing to a telegram received hy his r, Mr., ignes Keane, this morn ing. Hamilton had both legs broken, liis p,plne injured and received Inl nal Injuries. Fred Bcherrer of Rodlanda fell from the lam affold « Ith Hamlll tn li «o seriously injured that (hero i.s little i nance of his n covers . AUTO TOURIST AT REDLANDS REDLANDB, auk. ".—Miss Blanche I who drove an automobile from New Ymk to i-os Angeles, accom i by Mill Phillip*, arrived In tied land* last night and will bo tiiin il by C. I>. Rolf*, a former friend in tnc cast. LONG BEACH CIRCULATION DKrAKTMBNT 4 Fine at. Home 160; Sunaet 0411. correspondent Hon..- 485; Kiinnct 1151. AUTO TURNS TURTLE ON OCEAN BLUFF; MAN HURT Machine Skids and Upsets, Pin ning Occupants to Ground. Driver Is Uninjured 1..0N0 BEACH. Aug. 7.—Clement Nndeau is at the Seaside hospital with a badly fractured collar bono, Which resulted from an automobile accident that occurred about l:30 o'clock this morning. Fivo companions of Nadeau in the cnr were only slightly bruised. The accident occurred while the party was returning from Alamltoi Bay, and the machine was speeding at a hißh rate weal along: Ocean avenue, this city. At the intersection of Ocean and Alnmitos avemios there is a slight curve, at which point the automobile, ninde a double skid and turned turtle, pinning the passengers underneath: Jack Fith, the driver, was uninjured. The other occupants of the machine, it Is said, included Homer I,ockhart, Dick Bixby. K. KiRKs and A. A. Vivian. The auto belonged to I. W. B;hie;li man of Pomona, who has been visiting In this city. The Intersection of Ocean and Ala mitoa avenuei has boon thp scone of more than one fatal accident In the past. The former named boulevard runs east and west along the bluff overlooking the orcan. A few months ago an auto ran off the bluff and was smashed to pieces. Some of the oc cupants were killed. CHRISTIAN CHURCHES CLOSE CONVENTION Dr. Ainslee Delivers Address on "Paradise Regained" LONG BEACH. Aug. 7.—The twenty second annual convention of tho Chris tian churches of Southern California tiosed here tonight with an address on "Paradise Regained," by Dr. Ainslee of Baltimore. This is considered one of the strongest addresses In thoujtht and beauty that has been delivered by any of the sn^ikers during the convention. The large auditorium on the ocean front was well filled with the throne. The crowd was equally large at this morning's session, which was also held at the auditorium on account of the small size of the Christian church. A portion of the time was given over to raising funds for missionary work in the state and the Rev. F. M. nowiing. who presided, raised $1800. This placed the total for tho convention at $23, --394.52. This afternoon a farewell communion hour was held and at the close a com mittee from the state at largo met with a local committee for a discussion of a plan of procedure for the building of a new church here. This Is the initial step in this work. DOG SENTENCED TO DEATH RUNS FROM EXECUTIONER LONG BEACH. August 7.—The t'pitz dog *..at bit Belle Houseman, ago 4, and Patrolman Remelt Saturday evening waa killed by the janitor, Dick Rayne, at the city hall this mornlnir, at^e'r an exciting round with thn janitor and the detective force. While being led from the jail the dog broke away and ran for some distance before it was brought down by a bul let. The little girl was painfully bitten on the cheek, under the eye and on the nofie. Patrolman Remelt was bitten by the dog on the left wrist. Mason Leonard, age 8, residing at 21. East Third street, was also the Victim of a vicious dog yesterday aft e ooi.. The child was playing with a litter of puppies. When he placed his hand! o:> them the mother of the pups seized him by the ankle, inflicting a li eration. FRIENDS REPORT WOMAN LOST; WAS MAKING VISIT LONG BEACH, Aug. 7.—Mrs. Wil- I Ham J. Sherrlff of 1040 Washington j street, Los Angeles, was lost to her | friends and relatives in this city yes terday, and for several hours great a xiety was felt. She was seen at the Christian convention shortly before noon, and when she walked out of the church she was not seen again by friends until late last evening. She was found at the home of Mrs. F. L. Bacon, 446 Pacific avenue, where she had gqno at noon for a visit. Acquaintances at the Beach house, 317 American avenue, where she had been stopping, caused the search to he made when she did not return at the usual hour at noon. WILL HOLD ADDITIONAL CONCERTS AT LONG BEACH LONG BEACH, Aug. 7.—Bixby park, in tho residential Bectlon of the oity on tho east aide, will hereafter have ;i band concert on Wednesday after noon of each week. The council made t la order to the municipal musicians. On Thursday evenings of each week the band will play in Pacific park. /.'] concerts hitherto have been held cither at the Auditorium or on the Piko. The reslclnnts of tho Knoll Park section on the west side now want the band to play one afternoon eacli week for them. PASTQR'S SON INJURED LONG BEACH, Aug, 7.— The g-year on of Bay. L. W. Klinker, pastor of the ;-outh Main street Christian church, liOS Angeles, was Injured on thu pier this afternoon when one of the large gains slammed shut and hit him. No bone* were broken. Rev. Mr. Kllnker und family have been at ter.dlng the Christian convention here. It'« • * «a»y to *<••«"•■«« • bargain In a u«Mt automobile. through want advertising, v It used to be— and still . U-to (Kur* • horn and carriage. J.. C. WILSON 212 WEST FIFTH STREET MEMItRRi .New York Stock Exchange. Chicago Board of Trad*. Toe Stock'and Bond Kxchang*. 8. I. MAIN 6000 I$"X COItKKMI'OMJKNTSI *Uil Harris, Winthrop & v Co. NEW YORK CHICAGO LONDON PARIS I rn«ailen» Client* Call Home lit. B. (1. l.\Tllltor. "Manager _____ CLEARING^ OJLJSEJSAN KS name OKKICBR3 :™* M.ti««ol Vfir,\r J. M. KLLIOTT, President. irst National Bank i Wi T- a hammond, cashier. First National M T . fWi&SSShm - Capital stock, 230,000. B. V,. corner Sfenni* an<l Spring. Surplus ami t'rnflta. >1.625,000. | Merchants National Bank • &&'SSi&S£i£S£2r t- Capital, $200,000. P. B. corner Third and Spring. / Surplus and Undivided Pronts, |880,OW>. National Bank of California "J. E. FISHIJUUN, Preildanb " ational JLJank 01 camornia „ s mokre. caahter. i, ■*. 'V- ' Capital, 1600,000. N. B. corner Fourth and Spring. Surplus and Undivided ProflU. »30.00 a._ Central National Bank laWs£tTo%l£ Capital, 1300,000, 8. E. corner Fourth and Broadway. Surplus and Undivided Profits, $2-H,oot). - Broadway Bank & Trust Company rw^DMiJifSSi^ 4*"1- " . . ■ ' Capital, 1261,000. HOB-MA Tiroaaway. Bradbury building. Surplus and Undivided Profits, $235.008- U- 7T kt .- 1-a-1 . IBAUaWHKI.LMAN, President. nited States National Bank b k F . w . smitit. cashier. ■ Capital, »200,000. S. K. corner Main anil Commercial. Surplus an.l Profits. rH.OOO. C. . ZZ '. ,_' , ■ ; Tl :. WATERS, President. itizens National Bank t . wm. w. woods, cashier. .■ ' ' * Capital. 1t.000.000. 8. W. corner 'j.'htra and Main. ] Surplus. tr^W.OBO. - Commercial, National Bank a. BONYNOE, President. ommercial National IJaiiK nkwm-n eskick. cashier. • .'V> ' . ' Capital, $500,000.00. «01 8. ft ring, comer Fourth. Surplus * TinnfvMed Prollf ■ l«.oflft.e».. F" _ _,- , »t i- .-D 1 I. W. lIKI.I.MAN. Trestdent. armers & Merchants National Bank • charles bbtlbr, cashier, I" Capital. 11,600,000. Corner Fourth and Main. «vr P I.M an: Pmntn. 11.M0.M0. _J,O^j^G|LJSJAyiNGS^AN^ y:c;nnTY .' g 1 Largest and Oldest in the Southwest H'sourc, $29,000,000.00 ray* (he Mehest rale* of Interest and on th» most liberal tenna consistent wit* •aund, conservative banking. Largest and best equipped Safe Deposit and Storage Vault in the ../.* Southwest. , Security Building.,' >. "' Spring and Fifth Streets J KiilffliSisli mm " THE BANK ViITM YH£ mm^m^t efficient sea vice $T J-PRING ANA FOURTH STJ. M _ , - -* LOS ANGELES TRUST COMPANIES Merchants Bank and Trust Co. SUJS £? nfiSm gS^'H^^*.- ' 209-11 S. Broadway sr.r-r^gjr*; HARNESS n. 7 L.o^. SADDLERY CITRUS GROWERS TO HOLD A CONVENTION Orchardists Will Convene in Po mona to Discuss .Various Problems POMONA, Auk, ".—J. W. Jeffrey, state horticultural commissioner, at the request of P. J. Dreher, secretary and manager of the San Antonio Fruit ex change, arranging for a citrus fruit growers' convention here September 13 and 14, at which time there will bo considered subjects pertaining to the physical condition of citrus growers, taking up questions relating to plant pathology, soil physics, plant propaga tion and disease and decadence of cit rus trees from different causes. There are some citrus groves in every locality in Southern California which show bar renness, a lack of vigor and lack of fruit. The reasons for these conditions will be discussed by numerous practi cal and experienced citrus fruit growers and an effort made to discover the causes. The matters will be considered from all viewpoints. It is probable that many citrus fruit growers will be present from Riverside and San Ber nardlno, as well as Los Angeles county. SUBSCRIPTIONS COMPLETE TO PAY FOR RIGHT OF WAY POMONA, Aug. 7.— Tho last $5500 necessary to completo the payments for the electric railway right of way from the city limits of Claremont through the Olds, Mercerean ana Schurernan ranches into Pomona, has peen secured in the ptsldges of local citizens collected through th» efforts of the local board of trade's -commit tee, composed of Messrs. Nichols, Gra ham, Pole, Walker and Lobingier. The free right of way will be deeded! to the Pacific Electric company if the latter has cars operating' between Pomona and Upland by January 1, 1911, and the plan of the company Is to complete the road early In December. • MAJOR WANTS COMPANIES TO ATTEND ENCAMPMENT POMONA, Aug. 7.—lf Major W. W. Mldgley of this city realizes his am iiiiion the third battalion, National Guard of California, of which ho Is In command, will be the largest battalion in the state in point of numbers In at* tendance at tho annual autumn man euvers at Camp Ataseadero. The com panies of Pomona, Riverside, rtedlands and S,m Hernardino comprise the third battalion, and Major Midgley has vis ited the companies endeavoring to stir up enthusiasm among officers and men In the Interest of th« encampment. P Again and Again Mi depositors help us help their frlcndß and help themselves by V bringing In their friands and In- fa trodac-lnir them to the facilities of M the All Nilfht and Day Bank and ■ its superior accommodations. We » pay Interest on deposits. n I ■ . ' VENICE Circulation —Homo 47111 Sunset MCI. Correspondent—Home 4881 1 Hornet til. WOMAN FAINTS IN SURF; LIFE SAVERS RESCUE Los Angeles Man Breaks Arms While Attempting to Dive in Plunge VENICE, Aug. 7.—Mrs. Harry Lark lns of Salt Lake City, while bathing at this beach this afternoon, was stricken with heart failure and nearly drowned before she was brought to a place of safety by life guard*. In company with her husband, Mrs. Lark ins, who is an excellent swimmer, was splashing in the breaker! when over come by the exertion. She swallowed sea water before aid reached her. Larkins attempted to support her above the surface of the water, but found his task difficult and timely as sistance was given by life guards. Mrs. Larkins was removed to the emergency rooms at the Salt Water plunge, where attendants worked over her for some time before she recov ered from the shock. August Johnson of Los Angelest slipped 'and fell while climbing a lad der leading to a diving board at tho Venice salt water plunge and sus tr.ined a broken arm. Johnson was with sever"! friends who were en gaged in fancy diving and In his hast'! to take his "turn" lost his foothold on tho slippery rungs of tho ladder. 25,000 PERSONS MAKE TRIP TO BEACHES VENICE, Aug. 7.—The crowd of visitors to the beach today numbered about 25,000 person!, distributer! among Santa Monica, Ocean Park and Venloe, the largest part of them coming to the two last named placet. The i.os An- Beies-Paciiic railway hauled 20,000 per sons here, while the. remainder came by automobile. The beach was crowded with bathers and picnic partita throughout the day.