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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES
PASADENA
Correspondent—
Res. phone
Sunset 4387.
OFFICII, 34 WEST CO-OBJ. IK) RTKKKT. Phonos ---*■
GRAND OFFICERS GOOD .
TEMPLARS INSTALLED
Vallejo Is Chosen as the Place for
Holding 1911 Session of
the State Lodge
PASADENA, Oct. 14.—At the final
session last evening of the California
grand lodge, International Order of
Good Templars, the following officers
were installed, they having been elect
ed yesterday morning:
A. C. Banta, San Jose, grand chief
templar; Robert Ingram, San Fran
cisco, grand counselor; Miss Myrtle
Shaw, Pasadena, grand vice templar
tand grand vice counselor; Theodore D.
Kanouse, Los Angeles, grand secre
tary; W. P. Netherton, Santa Cruz,
grand treasurer; L. B. Mallory, Los
Gatps, grand electoral superintendent;
Mrs. L. E. Andrews, . grand superin
tendent of juvenile work.
The appointive officers announced by
Grand Chief Templar Banta and in
stalled last evening were: Ernest
, Stone, Fullerton, grand marshal;
Emma Rlddell, Burbank, grand dep
uty marshal; F. M. Sweeley, Mariposa,
grand messenger; Orville Drew, San
Jose, grand assistant secretary; Carl
Johnson, Los Angeles, grand guard;
Walter Brandt, Sherman, grand senti
nel; O. V. Blame, Los Angeles, grand
chaplain.
W. P. Netherton of Santa Cruz was
elected as deputy to the International
chief templar. J. R. Bobbins of Oak
land was elected delegate to the In
ternational supreme lodge to be held
In Hamburg, Germany, and C. R. Bur
gen of Pasadena was elected as al
ternate delegate.
Delegates were elected to the nation
al lodge meeting to be held ln Brook
lyn as follows: J. H. Robblns and .V.
S. Williams, Oakland; Mrs. E. M.
North-William., A. L. Johnston, Mrs.
Sadie E. Johnston and W. J. Engle,
San Francisco; W. O. Blame and The
odore Kanouse, Los Angeles.
George D. Kellogg, Newcastle; F. H.
Fatt, Santa Monica, and CR. Bur
ger, Pasadena, were re-elected trustees
of the California grand lodge.
Vallejo was chosen as the place for
holding the 1911 session of the grand
lodge. The Invitation to meet In that
city was signed by the subordinate
lodge there and every church, civic
body and fraternal order In the city.
No important business was trans
acted yesterday other than the election j
of officers. The matter of instituting
Chautauqua temperance meetings
throughout the state was referred to
a committee.
ADDRESSES W. C. T. U. ON
WOMEN'S FRANCHISEMENT
PASADENA, Oct. 14.— J. H. Braly
of this city, one of the founders of
the Political Equality league of Cali
fornia, epoke yesterday before' the
Central W. C. T. U. on the "Fran
chlsement of Women." A large gather
ing of members and visitors was pres
ent. Mr. Braly said in part:
"The first and most important right
'of women will be to aid good men to
secure and maintain good govern
ments, city, county, state and national.
There are 8,000,000 women working for
their dally bread. Two-thirds of the
women of the earth are chattels and
servants of men. But I am an opti
nlst; pessimists never reform anything.
The most needed reform in the world
today is the enfranchisement of women.
"A few years ago citizens of Los
Angeles said, 'Let us start in earnest
to make things better.' They got a di
rect primary nominating law, the In
itiative, referendum 'and recall. They
then said, 'Let us try the recall on
our own unworthy mayor.' It worked
well. They changed mayors and got a
good one. Later they elected a splen
did set of city officials and now they
have the beat governed city ln the
United States."
Mr. Braly went on to tell how prom
inent citizens of Los Angeles started
the "votes for women" movement in
the south and how they persuaded
the Democratic and Republican state
convention* to include the plank in
their platforms. In conclusion he pre
dicted the outcome as political equality
for women and good government
throughout the counttry as a result.
WOMAN'S LEAGUE PLANS
BUILDING CHAPTER HOUSE
PASADENA, Oct. 14. — Pasadena
chapter of the American Woman's
league has secured the necessary 270
fully paid members to entitle the so
ciety to the $10,000 chapter house of
fered by the founder of the order. Of
ficers of the local chapter are laying
plans to procure a lot upon which to
build the structure. The membership
of the chapter is 307, Including the 270
full paid members.
The mothers' kindergarten class in
cludes thirty members and classes are
being organized in home economics,
china painting, water color, dress
making and vocal and Instrumental
music. Plans are being laid for a
"Trade Mark" luncheon next month, at
which samples of cooked foods from
all parts of the country will be dem
onstrated. Each member will be en
titled -to take one friend.
WILL FORMALLY OPEN
NEW HOME OF Y. W. C. A.
PASADENA. Oct. 14.— new home
of the Young Women's Christian as
sociation, 78 North Marengo avenue,
for which $20,000 was raised last June
In a six-day campaign, will be for
mally < pened today. This afternoon
from 3 to 5 o'clock the board of di
rectors will hold a public reception for'
the new general secretary. Miss Hettie
PASADENA CLASSIFIED
PASADENA BUSINESS COLLEGE
OLDEST AND BEST SCHOOL IN THE
city; new building, individual Instruc
• tion, positions guaranteed. Day and even
ing school. Enroll today. SIS ... FAIR
OAKS, 9-37-tf
PASADENA CLEANERS & HATTERS
WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED.
All kinds of altering _nd repairing. 79 N.
Raymond aye. PHONE 8088. 10-10-tf
PASADENA SHOE HOSPITAL
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l-_l_f lto ll* _. -AIR OAK_ AYE.
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Circulation Dept.,
Horns I*4
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P. Anderson. At 7:30 o'clock this!
evening the gymnasium will be open:
to members and friends of the associa
tion.
Dr. James A. B. Scherer, president
of Throop Institute, will deliver the
address of the evening. Dr. Robert
Meredith will lead the devotional*. j
Mrs. Frank S. Wallace, president of -
the association, will speak, and Miss
Anita Dodge, accompanied by Miss
Goodwin, will sing.
The new home is provided . with a ;
gymnasium with dressing room, lock
ers and shower baths, a rooming
house for working girls and women,
tennis and basketball courts, recep
tion room, rest room, dining room, a
kitchen and closets.
Registration for the winter classes
to begin Monday will be received to
day at the opening of the new home.
Besides gymnasium classes there will
be classes In hygiene, Bible study, sew
ing, mission study, expression, Eng
lish, domestic science, millinery, sight!
singing and glee club practice.
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OKLAHOMAN ARRESTED
PASADENA, Oct. 14.—Charles J. Gil- i
lespie, who came to Los Angeles last
summer from Oklahoma and who ac- j
cidentally shot himself two months \
ago while hunting near La Canyada,
was arrested yesterday as he was
ready to leave the Pasadena hospital,
charged with being a fugitive from ',
Justice. Sheriff R. S. Tuttle of Man- i
gum, Okln., Is expected to arrive to
day to take Gillespie back to answer
to a charge of embezzlement. It is
said he ls also wanted ln Ochiltree, ,
Texas. The arrest came about through 1
the local police communicating with
the Oklahoma sheriff, claiming to rec- :
ognize Gillespie as the man wanted j
from photographs sent out with de- j
scriptions asking his capture.
Y. M. C. A. TO ENTERTAIN
PASADENA. Oct. 14.—A reception to
the older boys of the high school will
be tendered tonight by the Y. M. C. A.
at the association rooms. The boys
will take their girl friends and rel
atives. The program will include mu
■teal, literary and athletic numbers.
This will be the first reception of the
kind held by the local Y. M. C. A. It
Is proposed to extend this branch of
work among the schools of the city.
WILL COLLECT DOG TAX
PASADENA, Oct. 14.— Local Humane
Officers -I-. M. Chapln and Louis
Schneider will start today on a cru
sade to collect delinquent dog tax li
censes according to the "Pasadena
plan' 1 of arresting tho owner Instead
|of the dog. There were 1371 dog 11
--j censes Issued last year and only 700
have been collected this year to date.
PASADENA BREVITIES
PASADENA, Oct. 14.—Members of
the Sunday school of the First Meth
odist church will celebrate the close
of their membership campaign tonight
with a supper and rally to be held in
the church beginning at 6:30 o'clock.
Fifty new members were gained.
More than ten thousand Panama-
I Pacific postcards have been distrib
uted through the local schools and
[ many more by other citizens. Several
thousand more remain at the board of
trade rooms undistributed, and Pas
adenans are asked to call for them
and mall them east
Charles A. Cook, for over twenty f
years associated with Walter Raymond |
In the Raymond-Whltcomb excursions |
and now manager of the Fairmont (
hotel in San Francisco, is a guest of
D. M. Llnnard, manager of Hotel
Maryland. -
Members of the Fraternal Brother
hood will banquet tonight to celebrate
the success of the "Ballard campaign."
The affair will be in the nature of a
reunion. I
The flrst meeting of the Pasadena
Audubon society following the sum
mer vacation will be held this even
ing at the home of Mrs. Fussell, 834
East Walnut street.
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OCEAN PARK
Circulation Department L. A. T. Depot
Bid..
Home ..IBS, Siir.Bft IMS,
LOT OWNERS MAY LOSE
OCEAN PARK PROPERTY
City Clerk Receives Notice That
School Taxes Must Be
Paid Promptly
OCEAN PARK, Oct. 13.— City Clerk
Watt has received a notice from the
city clerk of Santa Monica that the
council of that city is preparing to
advertise for sale more than 100 lots
In Ocean Park, which were sold five
years ago for delinquent school taxes.
At the time of the sale, which was
previous to the incorporation of the
city of Ocean Park, the lots were In
cluded in the Santa Monica school dis
trict and through a peculiar point of
law remain in that district.
Tho lots affected are in the Bay
View, Crescent Bay, Golden Bay,
Ocean Park Villa and Ocean tracts
and Short Line beach subdivision No.
1. Their owners reside in all parts
of the United States. The majority of
these have been unaware of the state
of affairs and allowed their taxes to
become delinquent. According to a
member of the city attorney's law
firm, the city of Santa Monica, which
holds the titles to the lots in trust for
the Santa Monica school board, is
prepared to give the proper deeds to
the lands in case they are advertised
and sold for taxis. The owners of the
' lots in question would have only the
time i. quired by the city to adver
tise them for sale in which to redeem
them. The property affected is valued
at many thousands of dollars.
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PRESB FAVORS RAVENSCROFT
SANTA MONICA, Oct. 13—D. W.
Ravenscroft of Petalurra, Democratic
candidate for the office of state printer,
visited the beach today. Ravenscroft
said he is very much gratified with his
prospects in Southern California, and
expresses confidence ln the outcome of
tho election in November. He stated
that the greater part of the voting
strength of San Joaquin valley has
been promised him, and he ins got a
solid line of newspapers backing him.
Branch office of The Herald removed
t. 125- West Ocean avenue. Long
reach.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1910.
LONG BEACH
CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT
129 W. Ocean. Home 460) Sunset 11.
Correspondent! Home 485; Sunset 11.11.
BANQUETS STATE HEADS
ORDER EASTERN STAR
Long Beach Chapter, No. 173.
Entertains Visiting
Grand Officers
LONG BEACH, Oct. State officers
of the Order of the Eastern Star were
the guests last night of the Long Beach
chapter, No. 173. An elaborate banquet
was given in honor Of the visiting offi
cers at Hotel Virginia, and after tho
banquet the grand officers were escort
ed to the lodge hall, where, in a floral
setting which had transformed the hall
Into a garden scene, two candidates
were Initiated.
The lodge was complimented for the
style In which the work was done.
Handsome gifts were presented to sev
eral of the visiting officers as tokens of
esteem. At the Virginia nineteen offi
cers were seated at a circular table
which had a central decoration In the
shape of a floral star, made of Cecil
Bruner roses and maidenhair ferns.
Long streamers of pink tulle radiated
from the points of the star. The line
of march Into the dining room was led
by Mrs. Gertrude Snyder, worthy ma
tron, and Phlneas Ferguson, grand
worthy patron, Mrs. Rosa Josephine
Bruns, grand worthy matron, and J. V.
Smith, worthy patron.
During the evening Mrs. W. E. Wise
man sang a number of solos. She was
accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Ella
Browning. Among the officers present
was Mrs. Hattie Alexander, past grand
worthy matron, who ls known as the
mother of the chapter by Long Beach
Eastern Star women, as she induced
the women to organize it and assisted
them to do so in August, 1899.
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DIVES FROM PIER AND
SAVES 8-YEAR-OLD GIRL
LONG BEACH, Oct. Dolly Me
haney, aged 8 years, the daughter of
H. C. Mehtiney of 621 Pine avenue,
probably would have been drowned in
the surf in front of Bay City but for
the heroic action of Charles Saunders,
assistant format, of the gas depart
ment of the Edlsbn company in this
city. Seeing the child step on a piece
of loose plank at the end of the Bay
City pier and fall overboard, Saunders
ran to the end of the pier and dived
into the water, without even removing
his hat.
The girl was almost lost when he
reached her. The tide was going out
and Saunders had a hard pull through
the surf getting the girl ashore. He
saved her life, and after a short time
the child had recovered sufficiently to
be taken home.
HELD AS MURDER SUSPECT;
CHARGED WITH $18 THEFT
I_>NG BEACH, Oct. 13.—A warrant
' charging Samuel Apodaco with misde
i meanor embezzlement was Issued to
j day on complaint of Mrs. D. S. De Voe,
daughter of J. S. Ranous, who is miss
' ing. Mrs. De Voe charges Apodaco
with misappropriating money which he
had collected from various men and
which belonged to Ranous, his em
ployer. A specific charge is made,
namely, that Apodaco collected $18 from
a Japanese man named Honda and did
not turn it over. The money was paid
on a fertilizer deal.
Apodaco, who was employed to haul
fertilizer for Ranous, has been In Jail
since the latter's odd disappearance.
No warrant charging him with murder
has been issued,although the police
and Mrs. De Voe suspect him of such
I a deed.
CANDIDATE DESMOND'S DOG
IS SHOT BY POLICEMAN
LONG BEACH, Oct. Walter J.
Desmond, president of the board of
public works and Democratic candi
date fort the office of county tax col
lector, is being congratulated by his
friends that his dog, which died this
morning, did not bite him or any mem
ber of his family yesterday when lt
was on a rampage.
The dog, it is said, showed signs of
rabies and killed a dog and a chicken
at the Desmond home. It was shot
by a policeman. The city health of
ficer examined the brain and declared
rabies caused the animal's demise.
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WILL ORDER BOND ISSUE
LONG BEACH, Oct. 13.—The city
council will receive the report of the
city tax collector tomorrow night re
garding the collection of the assess
ments against the Seaside boulevard
improvement district, and will then
order an Issue of bonds covering the
amount of the agreements, which Is a
little more than $107,000. The bonds
will be sold at not less than par, and
the board of works will advertise for
bids on the building of the concrete
•walk and wall which will extend from
the Hotel Virginia west to the Long
Beach harbor petties. s 1
LONG BEACH ITEMS
LONG BEACH, Oct. 13.—Emily J.
Andrews today secured a permit for a
$6000 residence to be built at 954 Pacific
avenue. It will be a handsome, modern
structure, two stories in height and
containing eight rooms. The Milwau
kee Construction company has the con
tract.
The Rev. Mr. Radford will take up
his new duties as pastor of the East
Side Christian church next Sunday.
Ina Billings, _ years old, the daugh
ter of A. E. Billings of Short street,
fell while at play this morning and
broke her right leg below the knee.
A few weeks ago the child ate a bi
chloride of mercury tablet and would
have died but for the prompt work of
her mother In giving an emetic.
Trolley wires aro being strung above
the Pacific Electric company's new
tracking on East and West Seventh
street, and It is generally believed the
new lines will be in use shortly.
Howard Berryman, a graduate from
j the local high school last June and who
distinguished himself while ln school
i here us a debater, has won second
! place on the freshmen debating team
at Berkeley.
Dr. L. A. Perce, George B. Farley
and E. C. Dento have been appointed
as the chamber of commerce represen
tatives on a commission which is be-
ing selected to recommend changes In
the city charter. All the committees
save one of the local bankers are now
appointed,
SAN BERNARDINO
Office 4_» Com- -treat. :'•,'.>
Phono*— Homo 44* | _«■•«' Main -41.
AVER MISSING OIL MAN
IS SHORT IN ACCOUNTS
Police Claim Supposed Desert
Victim Phoned Confession
from Los Angeles
SAN BERNARDINO, Oct. 13.—After
being missing for a number of days
and supposed by his friends to , have
wandered off and become lost in the
desert, C. A. Linsert, general manager
o fthe Stone Oil company of Coachella,
has made his presence known at Los
Angeles, from wnere, according to the
police, he telephoned to his company
that he was short in his accounts and
that he had forwarded his personal
note to cover the discrepancy.
Linsert disappeared after driving his
tea mout on the desert and discard
team out on the desert and discard
was found scattered about the spot
where he tied the horses and It was
thought that he had either killed him
self or become lost. It ls believed that
it was his first Intention to become a
fugitive and he took a second outfit
of clothing, which he donned and then
boarded a Southern Pacific train.
Linsert told his employers that he
saw nothing ahead but suicide or the
prison bars. ___.
COMMITTEE INSPECTS
REFORESTATION WORK
Tri-County Party Visits Little
Bear Valley Nurseries
SAN BERNARDINO, Oct. 13.—
Twenty-eight members of the TM-
Counties Reforestation committee,
representing San Bernardino, River
side and Orange counties, today made
the trip along the crest road from
Squirrel Inn to Fredalba and the
Brookings Lumber mill, inspecting the
work of reforestation on the San Ber
nardino mountains. Little Bear valley
dam was also visited and the pine tree
nurseries that are supplying young
trees to reforest the mountains. Last
night an interesting meeting was held
at the Squirrel Inn. Among those who
spoke at the session last night were
R. H. Charlton, forest supervisor;
Walter B. Brookings, E. E. Keech of
Santa Ana; Hon. M. Estudlllo of Riv
erside and others.
The session will be completed to
morrow, when the party will return
to the valley by the way of the City
creek road.
WEAPON IS INTRODUCED AS
EVIDENCE IN MURDER CASE
SAN BERNARDINO, Oct. 13.—When
the trial of Dan Crimmlns, charged
with murder, started today in the su
perior court, all the witnesses were
dismissed from the court room after
being sworn.
The principal witnesses on the stand
today were A. Ingold, trainer at the
race track where Charley Cole was
found murdered, and Dr. W. H. Mills.
Ingold described the knife in the
possession of -Crimmlns before the
murder and Identified lt as the same
as introduced by the prosecution and
which was found at the scene of the
crime.
According to the opinion of Dr. Mills
the wounds on Cole's body could have
been Inflicted by the knife.
WILL ENTERTAIN TEACHERS
SANTA MONICA, Oct. 13.—The fed
erated Parent-Teacher association of
the Santa Monica school district will
give a reception to teachers tomorrow
night at Odd Fellows' hall. The mem
bers of the city board of education and
the executive board of the Woman's
club will also be guests of the federa
tion. Young women from the high
school will stand in the receiving line.
A program, of music and speaking has
been prepared.
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It's a-i easy to secure a bargain In a used
automobile, through want advertising, aa It
amd to he—and still ta— aacura a horse
c. 'I csrrlmr*.
THE WEATHER
■ LOS ANGELES, Oct. 18, 1910. _
Tlme.|Barom.|Tt_r7|Hum| | Vie. | Weather.
S's-nTj- f "62 1 79" INE | » i Pt. cldy.
6p. m.| 23.89 1 68 j 7. I SW f . I Cloudy.
—Maximum temperature, 66.
Minimum temperature, 49.
i
FORECAST
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 13.— California
south of the Tehachapi— Friday, possi
bly showers in the morning; clearing during
the day; light east wind, changing to south.
For San Francisco and vicinity— Fair Fri
day; light north „ winds, changing to west.
For Santa Clara and Sacramento valleys
Fair Friday; moderate north winds.
For San Joaquin valley— Clearing lift day;
warmer: light north wind.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
HUDSON-BOWENH. W. Hudson, age 23.
end Freda A. Bowen, age 18; natives of
Missouri; residents of Los' Angeles.
Ht'TCHINSON-BURGE —Leonard Hutchin
son, ago 20, and Florence Burge, age 18;
natives of Kentucky and Missouri; resi
dents of Los Angeles.
JASON-HARMON—O. W. Jason, age 24, and
Helen M. Harmon, age 18; natives of Ohio
and' California; residents of Bakersfield,
BACON-MELLGREN— E. Bacon, age 40,
and Olivia Mellgren, age 24; natives of
Ponnsylvanla and Arizona; residents of
Minnie, Ariz., and Los Angeles.
EDWARDS-HAYC. B. Edwards, age 21,
and Barbara E. Hay. age 21; natives of
Scotland; residents of Fillmore and Los
Angeles. *
,-I'ACHECO — Perez, age 41, and
Lucy Pacheco, ago 17; natives of Cali
fornia-, residents of Lemon and Spadra.
SOLORZANO-SALAZAR —M. Q. Solorzano,
age 22, and Übrada Salazar, age 19; na
tives of Mexico; residents of Los Ange
lea
HOLMES-ERKBB —C. fl. Holmes, ge 28,
and Frances Erkar, age 26 ;natives of Mis
souri and Minnesota; residents of Los An
geles and Portland. Ore.
EC'KARD-HEWIT—J. M. Eekard, age 41,
and Nancy F. Howlt, age 24: natives of
Pennsylvania; residents of Erie, Pa.
FINSON-BEELER —Harry Flnson. age 31,
and Daisy Beeler, age 31; natives of
Maine and Illinois; residents of Qlendale
and Chicago. '
GAIL-SIERERFrank Gall, age _«, and
Mac Slerer, age 40; natives of New York
ond Illinois; residents of Los Angeles.
FEE-HEFFRBNAM — O. Fee, age 21, and
Mac J. Heffernan, age 21; natives of
Kansas and Massachusetts; residents of
Long Beach. .
HIt.TON-LAZZABI—W. _. Hilton, age 23,
and Llvta Laicarl, age 18; natives of
California; residents of Los Angeles.
MANAHAN-SKBLLY—Edward Manahan,
age 33, and Loretta.Skelly, age. 30: na
tive* of Illinois and Colorado; residents
.of Chicago and Denver. •■•-.-. ; >
OROOS-GRENQUIST—John. Qroo*, age, 45,
and Anna arena, ulst, ■ age 38; native* .of
Sweden: residents of Los Angela*.
MOSELEY-HERBERT —Thomaa I. Moseley,
age 26, and Mary A. Herbert, age 20; na
tives of Arkansas and Missouri; residents
of Los Angeles and St. Louis.
FISCHER-HARTMANN — Ernest Flsoher,
age 35, and Marie A, Hartmann, age
82; natives of Germany; residents of Los I
Angelea i
WATRY-BUCHHOLTZ —John Watry, ago
63. and Mary Buchholti, age 58; native*
of Belgium and Germany; residents of
Los Angeles and Sierra Madre.
PHILLIPS-RICHARDSON— C. Phil
lips, age 34, and Magdalena Richardson,
age 30; natives of Pennsylvania and Cal
ifornia; resident* of Los Angelea
WALKER-GIBSON —J. H. Walker, age 22, '
and Agnes Gibson, age 19; native* of
Colorado and Texas; residents of Los An
geles. , ■
CALAGNA-RERES—Peter Calagna, age 28,
and Frances Reres. age 21; ' natives of
Italy; residents of Los Angeles. „ -
BIRTHS
Bin 1 no
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BOCII—To Raymond and Lillian Boch, 223
West Forty-second place.
UYEDI—To MlUuso and Aya Uyeda, 803 South
Los Angeles.
ODAIE—To Bert and Myrtle Odale, 1620 South
Grand avenue.
:■:■*:'. -, BOTS
MYERS—To A. Burton and Edna Myers, 1597
West Twenty-first street.
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DEATHS
' MERSEREAN—Mr*. Clara, . 5110 Pasadena
street,' native of New York, age 83; heart
I disease. >-■,;.-.
YANICH—Obren, county hospital, native of
Austria, age 22; tuberculosis.
KAUFMAN—Leo, 2700 East First street, native
| of Germany, age 70; heart disease.
; BUSSO—Carmen, county hospital, native of
' Italy, age 81; tuberculosis.
MARQUEZ—Sebera R., county hospital, native
i of Mexico, age 28; tuberculosis.
LUSBOl—Chlstoe, Sisters' hospital, native of
1 Japan, age 22; acute nephritis. . -.
KSEMEO—MeIvIn _„ 767 Central avenue, na
tive of Ohio, age 67; cancer.
GAVOILLE—Lewis, Santa Fe hospital, native
of Colorado, age 20; Intestinal hemorrhage.
HOFFMAN—OIga, 891 East Forty-third street,
native of California, age 14; typhoid fever.
PADDOCK—Charles E., German hospital, na
tive of New York, age 64; shock, accidental.
FRIZELL—Joseph, 4520 Orchard avenue, native
of Massachusetts, age 73; paralysis.
KIRCKHOFF—Edna, California hospital, na
tive of California, age 30; endocarditis.
WETTLESON—Mary, 634 North Vermont
street, native of Norway, age 77; Brlght'a
disease. '
DIED— . ... -
BUSHNELL—At her residence, 318 Tamarind
avenue, Hollywood. Catherine Bushnell, aged
68 years; mother of James F. and Augustus
T. Funeral Saturday at 10:30, from parlor*
of Gates & Crane, 133 Highland avenue, Hol
lywood. Burial nt Chicago. 10-14-3
CARP OF THANKS—
We wish to thank our friends for the many
kindnesses and sympathy extended to us ln
our great bereavement Also for the many
beautiful flowers.
MYRA ROSELLE NELSON.
J. HOWARD TOMPKINS.
' 10-14-1
(JEMETERIES— '
INGLEWOOD PARK '
CEMETERY
Two miles outside the city limits, on the
Los Angeles _ Redondo railway; 800
acre* of perfect land with improvements
outclassing any cemetery on the coast
207 S. BROADWAY, ROOM 203.
Phones F 3803. Math 4659.
Superintendent's phono 10641.
9-33-12 mo.
rosedaleTcemetery
An endowed memorial park, noted tor Us
natural beauty; endowment fund for per
petual care, over 1350,000; modern receiving
vault, chapel, crematory and columbarium;
accessible. City offloe. suite 803-806 EX
CHANGE! BLDG., northeast corner Third
and Hill ats. Phones— (09; A 8620.
Cemetery office, 1831 W. Washington st
Phonea »I 858; Wert 30. «-3-13 me
HOLLYWOOD" CEMETERY
Rolling lawns, trees, shrubbery and beauti
ful lake* '
MODERN IN EVERT RESPECT
Situated In the most beautiful section ol
Southern California, the Ideal location, Just
Inside Los Angeles city limit*.
Melrose and Colegrove car lines to grounda
A CEMETERY THAT IS SELECT
AIISI. -OS Laughlln Bid*. Main 391.
Cemetery phones 63055 Hollywood 842.
EVERGREEN CEMETERY
The Lot Angeles Cemetery association, Boyl*
Heights, near city limit*. Operated under
perpetual charter from Lor Angeles city.
Modern chapel and crematory.
Office, 889) Bradbury Building.
Phones—Main 682; A 8466.
Cemetery—Home D 1083; Boyle 9.
' : 4-S-lim
CHURCH NOTICES—
FIRST EMERSON NEW THOUGHT
CHURCH
Rev. Margaret C. La Orange, pastor, will
lecture TODAY, at EBELL CLUB AUDI
TORIUM, 1719 S. Flgueroa st: Morning leo
ture, 11, subjeot, "The New Prometheus";
evening lecture, 7:45, subject, "The Vision
of the Prophets." All friends of NEW
THOUGHT are cordially Invited. 10-16-1
' 1 ..NIEL HALL. v 327 B. MAIN-NOON PRAY
er meeting dally; gospel meeting every
night 9-1-t-
AUTOMOBILES— "
FOR EXCHANGE— NEW $17-0
automobile and some cash for first pay
ment on good house In west or northwest
up to $6000. 331 BYRNE BLDG. F2612,
Main 2612. 10-13-2
WE REPAIR CARS AT OARAGE OR AT
your home by hour or contract at half rate;
satisfaction guaranteed. 2110-12 W. SEV
ENTH. Call 63401. We will save you money.
10-14-3t
FOR SALE-FIVE-SEAT AUTOMOBILE, IN
fine condition; price very low If taken at
once; easy terms. LEWIS PHILIPS. 305
Mason bldg., city. 10-14-lt'
HAVE YOU AN AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE,
for exchange or otherwise? Then use THE
HERALD'S classified automobile columns.
; 10-14-tf !
rixT_--_-_^_M-^LT~_fp__!_---T--_k
Price* lowest In the elty.
Regular 13 rental machines reduced to _-._*
month, or threo month- for *_. -
LOS ANUKLJ-- TYPEWRITER EXCHANOB
Branch -
AMERICA!* • -RITING MACHINE CO.,
aim. I*B B. Broadway. Main 3943.
34-
NEW* OLIVER TYPEWRITER, VISIBLE, ,
coat at factory 8100. You can buy one for i
330. Apply Room 11, 244tt SOUTH BROAD
WAY. ' -0-9-168
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LADIES' TAILORS—
THE PARK-BERGER CO. ARB, LADIES'
tailors In the full sence of the term. 513 S.
BROADWAY. Forve-Pettlbone bldg. 9-l-6mo
_ ZINKO, THB LADIES' TAILOR. OPERA
coats, riding habits, __ 455 S. Bdwy,, R. 1-3.
- 9-l-6mo
SANITARIUMS— ,'';|_::J,
ra_T:_^M_-rs_io_J____L
Exclusively for women and children. Best
equipped and homelike hospital in th* city
for confinement casea Term* to suit. 1245
South Flower. F4134. 3-12-tt
(CESSPOOLS—
IMPERIAL -Ss-POO-T^PUMPINO CO.—
We take out largest load. West 5396;
23040. »-">-"
AgSAYliNO—^^^^^^
JOIINHEKMAN, __V 4 -. Main. Not satis
faction, but accuracy guaranteed. 12-31-tf
—__ - - - -•fr iTiim '■?.-.
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BRANCH OFFICES •
LONG BEACH
Ocean and Pin* street*
OCEAN~PARK
144 Pier avenue.
PASADENA *
80 W. Colorado •_
SAN BERNARDINO
438 Court street
SANTA~ ANA
Jltf. V Qfl«afTlr.r_ -it,
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J. OR EXCHANGE—ReaI Estate
FOR EXCHANGE-CLEAR LOT IN HEDON
do Villa tract and $500 equity ln lot on 62d
st., west and just off Vermont ava, aa first
payment on 6 or 6-room modern bungalow,
west or southwest, balance like rent. GEO.
TRUSCHEL, 204 Bradbury bldg. 10-14-1
FOR EXCHANGE—S. E. COR. 42D AND
Pasadena aye., 50x160, and a. w. cor. Bur
lington and Bellvue, 70x123, with 4-room
cottage; 6600 for both. mtg. $2000. Want
email ranch or s. W. Improved. DU BOSE,
701 Grosse bldg. F1167. 10-12-3
WANTED—SEVERAL CITY LOTS OR GOOD
• equities in exchange for good picture theater.
Robinson Albaum Realty Co.
208 Frost Bldg. Main 3862, A 4.99.
10-12-tf
FOR EXCHANG E—2ol -ACRE PEACH OR
chard, m miles s. c. of Ontario, $3500, mtg.
$1600, 2 years. What have you In city for
equity? DU BOSE, 701 Grosse bldg. 1-167.
-10-12-3
FOR EXCHANGE— ACRES NEAR LlT
»tle Rock; the famous Bartlett pear country;
all good, level land, only $20 per acre with
good title. DU HOSE. 701 Grosse bldg, F1167.
• 10-12-3
FOR EXCHANO7— NBW MODERN HOUSE
In San Pedro for a house and lot In
Garvanza, Glendale or Eagle Rock. 624
RUTH AYE. 10-13-3
FOR EXCHANGE)-WB CAN EXCHANGE
your property, no matter where located.
BLACK A COMPANY, 418-20 Grand bldg.
; „ 10-14-17t
__, ,
pOR EXCHANGE—Miscellaneous
INTERNATIONAL PONDENCE
school course ln Spanish, Including all rec
ords and books In good condition, for the
same ln German. Address BOX 175, Herald.
10-12-3
FOR EXCHANGE—KEEP TOUR CABH
and trade with me for your groceries and
millinery. What have you? DUBOSE,
701 Oroßse bldg. F1167. 10-11-10t
BUILDERS— . ■
Eastern Building Co.
Contractors and Builders
136-27 Citizens National Bank Bldg., Third
and Main. - y < ■ ■■ j/>:
Phones F3046, Broadway 2701. „ V •
We can lower any figures you have on
your buildings, city or country, and our
•material and workmanshlD I* guaranteed
Mkhn best absolutely. Bring in your sketches
plans for free estimates. Plans and
-specifications free to customers. Loans
■' obtained for you to build with.
wod-frl-sun to nov 1
ATTORNEYS AT LAW— -V.-!^
ib^—-. -- ——, -_- __—-.
SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS —PERSONAL
Injury claims specialty; estates settled. J,
W. MACT, 638 Douglas bldg. Phones:
A 8638, Main 8533. ' U
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.__ $W&2&timJ_
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Fuller says: "If they arrest about half a dozen suspicious
characters every day in every city in the country for, a month
that the officers air bound to git the men that did the horrible
work at \V 1""81 and Broadway." Eleven days have passed an'
nothln' has been done so far as important arrests bein' made.
.' When the terrible thing happened people paid: "Oh, they'll git
•em In no time." They ain't done lt yit, which proves it was only
a guess. But retribution will come to them as did it, Jist the same.
It may not bo tomorrow or next day, but the time'll come ez sure
as water runs down hill. , < .. -.---.
Talkln' about guessin.' if a business man wus to stock up his
store with seasonable goods' an' then wait an". guess how many
people would come an' buy, he'd have a good long guess comin'
to him— the sheriff came an' levied on his stuff— what'd
happen. The live merchant not only buys goods to sell, but buys
advertlsin' to sell 'em. , *!_.
No matter.what you've got to sell, it stan's you in hand to
advertise. ;' ' .',' .. ' . '
_
MONEY TO LOAN— ■ ■ ' ■ ■
■/:';-___:*.. -
money"to loan '
Sums of $5000 and upward, on
residence, apartment and busi
ness properties;, we can place
your applications quickly.
R. A. Rowan & Co.
200 H. W. Hellman Bldg.
Home 1044 . Main 7096
10-11-tt
WE LO--N MONEY
To wage-earners and housekeeper*, on
personal note; $10 and upward. Do you
one tne landlord or the grocert Do you
want money for any purpose! , You re
pay weekly or monthly. No publicity;
loweat rate*.
PARK LOAN A CREDIT CO..
424 80. Broadway. Room Tit. ■
8-33-tf
MONEY TO LOAN
$1000.00 TO $100,000-00
to loan at current rates on city or coun
try property.
See HENRY W. MELIJ-N. Loan Dept. l
WRIGHT & CALLENDER COMPANY,
•403 South Hill St.
10745. ; ->.-. Main 8040.
10-13-tf
- . r
MONEY TO LOAN-FULL VALUE ON DIA
MONDS. WATCHES. PIANOS, FURNI
TURE. STORAGE RECEIPTS. O. F.
THOMAS. 711 B. BROADWAY. MAIN
9178, 0-30-lmo.
MONEX TO LOAN
,000 to loan ou real estate, city or coon
try, I to 7 per' cent, amounts to suit.
MOVER A GILBERT, 302 11. W. Hellmaa
Bldg. Horn* -'turn- A__l; Main 3474.
:-„,--.•■ 10-3-tt
WANTED—MONEY. WANT $10,000 ON
gilt edge city real estate. W. A. ROB
ERTS REALTY CO., 126 8. Broadway.
Ground floor Chamber of Commerce bldg.
F6524. Main 459. 10-9-tf
I HAVE $200 TO $60,000 FOR REAL Es
tate loans, city or country. Lowest rates.
Money waiting. R. W. MOVER, 804 Frost
bldg. F6107. 10-3-tt
_ IEY TO LOAN-SALARIED MEN AND
women accommodated without delay or pub
licity. SOUTHERN CREDIT CO.. 411 O. T.
Johns." Bldg. ' 3-14-tf.
PRIVATE MONEY. 6 AND 7 PER CENT,
on city or country; straight building
loan*. EOCKHART A BON. 601 H. W.
Hellman Bldg. A 7652. 3-37-lmo
TO LOAN— S3OO, $400. $600. $1000, ,$2OOO.
$6000 and up; current rates; no delay.
RAMEY BROS., 327 Story bldg. F2121,
Main 3356. . 1.-l-lmo.
R. W. POINDEXTER. 409 WILCOX BLDG..
will loan you what you need on real es
tate, stocks and bonds. Building loan* a
specialty. 8-»-tt
70 LOAN—SALARIED PEOPLE; NO REP
tape: without security; confidential. WEST
COAST EXCHANGE, 41* Henna Bldg.
- - ■- _j 10-4-tf
DON'T BORROW MONEY ON SALARY
until you see me. ■ F. A, NEWTON, 70S
O. T. Johnson bldg. ' 10-6-lm>
$600 TO $10,000 TO LOAN AT 7 PER CENT.
T. i- O'BRIEN M CO.. Jefferson and Mala.
■ i 6-a-ti
PATENTS AND PATENT AQENTS
PIONEER PATENT AOBNCY. HAZARD _
STRAUSE. ESTABLISHED 33 YEARS.
American and foreign patents secured and
trademarks • registered. PATENT LITI
GATION. 639 Cltisen* National Bank
Building, Third and Main. Home A 1433;
Main 2522. PATENT BOOK FREE. «
f . ,_.- - - 2-1-tf
PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS, ALL
countries. A. H. LIDDERS, patent lawyer
and solicitor. 612 American Bank bldg..
Second and Spring. ; 10-6-t.
3 8 ZERRE, SOLICITOR. UNIT_T> STATES
and foreign patents; 40 years' experience.
622-3 Stlmsoi bide , Third and Main. Phone
A 5344. 10-t-tf
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SOCIETY MEETINGS—
Si_-_^_^-__-_- -' -_--rt^___-_. ,i—■— - — — —-*
NOTICE, PIONEERS—ALL MEMBERS OF
the Lo* Angeles County Pioneer* are re
quested to meet at their hall, No. 11914 8.
Spring St., with their badges, on Saturday,
October 15, 1910, at 6 o'clock p. m. sharp, to
attend the dedication service of the federal
building, corner of Main and Temple «ts.-
RANDALL H. HEWITT, President.
AND
. J. F. BURNS, Secretary.
t October 12. 1910. Ml"l
ASTROLOGER PFIJHL LECTURES BUN
day. 8 p. m.. McKlnley hall, 730 S. GRAND
AYE. Subject, "Reincarnation." Silver ool
yctlon. Vklt_\
. ; —■ ;
STORAGE— s-^ ' •-.__:
I__R--I PRIVATE. LOCKED. IRON
room* for furniture, etc; $1.60 and $3 per
month. Trunks, boxes, eta. 360 to 60c _
open van*, $6 per day. or 750 per hour.
We pack and ship household good* every
where at reduced rate*. COLYBAR'S
VAN AND STORAGE CO.. office* 603-11
8. Mam St. Warehouse 415-17 San Pedro
_t Phone* F3171; Main 1117. 3-33-tf
HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVED IN MOT
•rn vans. Shipped, stored In clean wars
house* Private room* Coal and wood.
SHATTUCK * NIMMO. Ninth and Ala
___ .tr.ef l.su-tu-w-fr-tt
BATHS— • „__-_-
PERSONAL - SULPHUMB. VAPOR, SEA
•alt bath*, scalp treatments, 10 to 10. F7619.
BADGER TOILET PARLORS, Room 225, 703
b. ..ring. ; ' *-**-v
113 Mi B. SPRING, SUITE 3-CHIROPODY.
electricity, massage, vapor and shower hatha.
_ ._■-! - t-6-tI
MASSAGE. BATHS. CHIROPODY. EXPERT
assistants. JEAN LUNN. 620 8. Bway. 2-17-tf

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