News of the Courts
GUILTY OF ONE CHARGE,
MAN FACES ANOTHER
Woman Accuses W. H. Jay Se
cured $600 from Her in
W. H. Jar, recently found guilty by
a jury in Judge Willis' department of
the superior court of obtaining money
under false pretense! from O. W. Kob
bins and who v. ill be sentenced today,
was made the defendant in a similar
action filed yesterday with the county
The plaintiff in the new nit is \ acy
8. Hedstrom, who wants a Judgment
against Jay for $GOO. She declares that
in 1909 Jay Induced her to invest J6OO
In the capital stock of the Toquart
company, the property of which is lo
cated in British Columbia,
Later she objected to tho stock in
that company, and Jay, she avers, took
it back, giving in exchange 4000 shares
in the Baxter .Mining- find Milling com
pany, said to own property in Inyo
county. The plaintiff declares that Jay
told her that tho property was worth
$300,000, though he had purchased it
for $30,000. He also gave her tho in
formation, so she allege.---, that he had
been offered $75,000 for it. She declares
that she was given incorrect informa
tion by Jay; that the stock is worth
less and she wants her money back.
It was in connection with a deal also
involving the stock of the Baxter Min
ing and Milling company that Kobbins
declared he -was swindled of JuOO by
COURT GRANTS LEGATEES
OF JONES ESTATE $91,500
Los Angeles Trust and Savings
Asks for Distribution
As "Christmas presents" tn tho k-frntees, a
partial distribution of the e»t f -Mr" '"•'"'
rie 11. Jones, amounting to 101,600 In 1" I
wns ordered yesterday in department 2 of the
The heirs nnd the Icgi.ries thus affected are
John Jones Otis, 1600; Watson D. i't:s, j:.uoo;
Loren Edward Oils, |10,(K)0; W. L. Otis, I6U0;
Mary N. Hall, $5000; Ralph • Krstin
I". Otis, 5- ••, Jennie Otis, tlTOO; John Morse,
Carrie P. Carter, t Helen Judd,
■•l ; Mai Bennett, $1 T- Bennett,
Charles Austin, H000; Harry Austin,
$1000; Charles Hall, $6000; Myron Hull. 16000;
AuKUsta Hubbard, Jo'«n: Edith H. Urecn,
J5000; Nclboh Otis, 110,000; James Otis,
Watson H, otis, !:'."■, Edwin W. Otis,
and Harry Jones Otis, $,'»» i.
The Los Angilcs 'I'rust and Pavings lrnnk,
(he petitioner for the partial distribution,
asked also that the legacies of ;
Watson D. Hubbard and Elarry D. Hubbard
be made Immediately available, but the court
did not grant the order, as those legatees are
In debt to the estate.
Mr.«. Jones, who died October 1?, Id 1?, was
the widow of John M. .' nes. Her estate was
estimated at several millions, but it was ap
praised at $1,470,:07.67. The Southern • Trust
company is the executor.
JUDGE HUTTON WILL END
DISPUTE ABOUT GARBAGE
Judge Hutton of the superior court yester
day eavij official attention to Hie ga
problem oX Pasadena when in. permitted the
plaintiffs, Philip Oates, his agent, E. I>.
(libbs, and William Rogers, proprietor i ..
restaurant, leave to tilt- aa amended com
plaint In the action nnd continued the case
until tomorrow for that put ,
The plaintiff! want t lie city of Pnsadena
restrained from enforcing: an ordinance re
cently enacted there, and by which tho mu
nicipality alone is Riven the right to ■
Rarbage. The plaintiff, < 'at s, raises hogs In
J'asadena township, Glbba represents him, and
Rogers sells him garbage. He says he has
contracts to buy garbage from Beveral be-
Rogers and i will suffer great
lops if the ordinance is enforced. He also in
timates that the city's reason for passing the
jnr-asure was that It aUo ibises hogs on its
municipal Fewer farm. *
The municipality Hied a demurrer to Oates'
complaint, alleging that it dli! not state suf
ficient cause for action. Then Gated asked for
permission to tile an amended Instrument.
MUSICIAN ADMITS ASSAULT
Joseph La Cicero, a musician employed by
the Venice of America band, ami who was
charged With assault with a deadly wenpon,
pleading guilty to simple assault, was plated
upon probation for one year yesterday by
Judge Willis of the criminal department of
the superior court.
DIVORCE SUITS FILED
Actions for divorce filed yesterday In the
superior court were those of Frances H. Burke
ngainst 11. F. Burke; Minnie Mac Spaulding
against George U. Hpnuldlng; Kllza llulton
Carothers against Lewis AY. Carothers; and
K. W. Wlngerd against Eltle M. WlngeTd.
Eastern Trading and 01] company—B. Jl.
Bhouii, James Re pi. Reid, direc
tors. Capital stock. 1 4, W.
Jones Oil company, Inc.—Richard <>. and
Olga M. Jones ami J. ri. Treadwell, directors.
Capital stock. J50.000; BUbscrlbed,
California Motor company —A. IX Liuughlin,
K. W. Freeman and R
tocl . ..
i i " c , . i;. A.
Wright, I. 6. Ni ble, V. i Iloyt and i
.1. Nelmia directors.
Los Angeles Turkish Bath company—Emma
M. l.eenhouL-;, John 1
men, P. W. Keiser and .>:. I. I
tors, Capital stock. 120 :
Prank P. Latson, Oeoree M.
Charlea A. Warren, dlreci Ca
The Children's Hospital Soci
ety Thanks the Public for a
Generous Donation Day
THE MANAGERS OF THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
wish tv express their most grati ful appreciation of the gen
erous response of the public, upon the occasion of their rc
ceni "DONATION DAYS," November 22 and 23, whereby
the good!;' sum of nearly Two Thousand ($2000.00) Dol
lars was realized.
TO EVERY ONE WHO HELPED make those days a
suco CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY de
sire I i r its most hearty thanks. Especially to the
BANKS, ; ORES, OFFICE BUILDINGS, CAFES and
every pi hich the ASSOCIATION was allowed to
place contril boxes; and to every woman who gave
of her time trength during tho ■ two trenuous days
do we offer i t gratitude.
AND LAST, BUT NOT LEAST, to the PRESS do we
make grateful a dgement of much courtesy and gen
erosity in its frcv ;■•!ii notices and illustrated articles.
PLAINTIFFS ASK $40,000
IN THREE DAMAGE SUITS
John Blackwell Wants $23485
for Injury Caused by Auto
Three action* for damage* aggregating J4O,- ;
000 were filed yesterday in the superior court.
John K. Hiackwell brought suit against i
Ceurge Henwlck, asking $23,485 for damages
he alleges he suffered November 10, when lie
was struck and severely Injured at Vernon
and Santa Fe avenues by an automobile which
>. n/ere Rcnwick was driving carelessly.
I. P. Thomsen Hied nn aetlon against trie
1 .vngeles Railway company for damages
of $:.ouo. He says that July 15, 1910, he ni
driving at Sherman drive and I'ico street,
when a car of the defendant company struck
his vehicle, causing him great Injury.
Alike Montana, ns administrator of the es
tate of Christina Montana de Parra, declared
In the suit which he Institute,! against the
Southern Pacific company that J10.150 Will
compensate for the death of the elderly wom
an when bin was struck by a train of the
corporation at Alameda and Main streets
August 4, 1910. He says he Is the grandson
; of the plaintiff and next of kin, though an-
I other relative Is Julia Foster, 16 years old, a
I great-granddaughter, who was being educated
at the expense of Mr«. da Parra. Ha wants
$10,000 general damages and $160 to reimburse
him for tho expense of giving her burial. i
MRS. MARKS COMMITTED
TO PATTON ASYLUM
I Mrs. Either Marks, wife of David Marks,
who now in serving a term of four years In
15, m Quontln prison for swindling In realty op
erations, was committed to the asylum at
Fntton yesterday by the lunacy commission. ,
Mrs. Marks has occupied the attention of
th" county officials for several weeks, first
coming under their observation "when she was
alleged to have neglected her children. She.
also was credited with taking: possession of
any unoccupied house without previously con
sulting tho landlord. Later bho was charged
Her 1 Iderly mother, Mrs. Eva Flnkelstlen,
who resides at 1511 \\. st Twentieth street,
according to what she told the commission,
wns much distressed at her daughtcr'n plight
and pitifully asserted that she was not In
sane and begged that she not be sent to the
FISHER ON TRIAL AGAIN
The second trial of Alien R. Fisher, charßrrl
with embaxßllng cems valued at about |6UO
from the Diamond Credit company, in whose
case a jury disagreed Saturday night after
deliberations continuing tl*ven hours, was
btigun yosturday In Judges Davis' department
of the superior court.
H. hi. APPEL TO DEFEND BELL
11. 11. Appcl yesterday was substituted for
Ear] liOKors us attorney for F. M. Bell,
ehurped with the murder nf o. I. Wtdaman,
an attorney, nt Arteala Mutton last cummer.
The trial is scheduled for a hearing January
16 in department 11 of tho superior court.
| Following »ro the permits issued since the ■
last publication of the list and clarified ac
cording to wards:
First ward 2 $ 650 '
Third ward i 1 2:5
Fifth ward i 4,505
i Sixth waul 2 1,075
Seventh ward 1 200
Ninth ward 3 2,900
Totals 13 (9,605 :
San Pedro, Ninth street, 782, West—William \
Dakln, owner; H. 1.. Mlllard, builder; two- i
story, seven-room residence; $2500.
Gardena, Domlnguez street, 1676—Martin
Bros., owners and builders; one-story barn;
South Park avenue, 4417— A. Dysan, 1137
South Mott street, owner; C. E. Hartwell,
builder; one-story, four-room residence; $600. ,
Wilmington street, 116— Mrs. J. Gans, owner; i
John Hanlon, builder; to demolish wall; $200.
Twenty-first street, T216, West—c. G. Lynch, |
at lot, owner and builder; ont-itory, two- i
room garage; $125.
Commercial street, John N. Asnlsoff, 115
South Clarence street, owner and builder; al- j
terations of residence; $300. i
Warren street, 1417—Joseph Etchegagary, 1412
Pennsylvania avenue, owner; H. E. & H. G. ]
Beer builders; one-story, five-room residence; J
Sablna street. 3130— E. Falen, S<SO7 Sablna '
street, owner and builder; one-story, five-room ;
Twenty-second Klret" 1220, East—P. W. Shan- |
non, at lot, owner and builder; addition to res- i
Gramercy place, near Fourth street— F. B. I
Sanders, 435 Sou.h Flower street, owner and ;
builder; one-story, on' -room garage; $225.
Clover street, (M 3 -1,. A. Realty company, '
Bullard building, owner; B. V. Yarnell, build- ;
er; alterations of residence; $500.
Newland street, 263—Harriet J. Newland, at '
lot, owner; Clarence Logic, builder; one-story,
two-room residence; 1150.
Fifty-fifth street, 210, West—P. K. Graham, I
851 South Spring street, owner; J. Babcock, j
builder: one-story, rx-rnom residence; $!*••.
in trouble—with headache,
backache, nerves on edge, poor
spirits and unreasonable fatigue—
can find help for her whole system in
Sold ErerTwhcre. In boxet 10c. and 25c.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORMJNG, JVOVJKMBKK 29, 1910.
Big Battle in Los Angeles
Has Just Begun
$300,000 Merchandise Store on 142, 144, 146, 148 N. Spring St. goes broke for good. 25 years in busi
ness on N. Spring St., arid an old and feeble merchant goes broke. Thousands of letters have
been received by this old merchant expressing their deepest sympathy for the
greatest failure in the clothing business in the history of California. ,
This Big Firm Has Been Closed for the Past Week
Big sales all over this city have forced this big store into this terrible calamity. $100,000 Men's High
Grade Suits and Overcoats will be sold at 25c on the dollar.
I People, Come city have forced this big store into this terrible calamity. OWN PRICE
Grade Suits and Overcoats will be sold at 25c on the dollar.
People, Come to This Big Sale & Buy Goods at YOUR OWN PRICE
Mr. McKinney, the greatest sales manager in the World, has arrived from London, and will O, Cf» Ofl til ft Dollar 1
close out every piece of goods in the house, from counter to counter, at ... . •. .. . **+J\~ vjm.m. mv -"-^ v . jj
Wednesday Morning, November 30, Is the
Day Set, 9 o'Clock Sharp Is the Hour
Thousands of People Will Attend
1000 Men's $15.00 and $20.00 Suits-Snappy Styles . $5.00 I
500 Men's Heavy Overcoats and $20.00 Rainproof Cravenettes at One Price . . V ..... $5.00 I
1500 Men's Heavy Overcoats 100 Salesladies Will Be on at One to Wait on the People $5.00 J
200 Salesmen and 100 Salesladies Will Be on Hand to Wait on the People
This Big Sale Will Be a Blessing to Thousands of Christmas Shoppers
150 dozen 50c Silk Boston Garters .. . . 8c President Suspenders, 50c Values . .. . 22c
$5000.00 Ladies' Goods Go on Sale at 25c on the Dollar
250 Dozen Ladies' Hose, Regular 50c Values, On Sale ............ ...'. . •• .10c
300 Boys' Suits, Short Pants, $5.00 Values-Think of It .$1.35
1300 Boys' Suits, Short Pants, $5.00 Values-Think of It Is a Chance . ... .. . . 25c Dozen
Arrow Brand Collars, Hundreds of Dozeni for 10 Days-= Here Is a Chance . 25c Dozen
Private Room for Ladies with Baby Buggies Will Be Arranged with a Lady Attendant |
Monarch Shirts, Manhattan, and Every Make Shirt in the United States, at 25c on the Dollar
300 Dozen Men's $1.50 Dress Shirts at ... 39c Men's Fancy $1.00 Silk Neckwear at ... 23c
Thousands of Dollars' Worth of Men's Dress Pants on Sale at $2.50 Men's Pants at . . . . 95c
142-144-146-148 N. Spring Street, Between Franklin and Court,
V^^Z the SlaUghter begins> and %iGBAfTLE^ORtu^ESS P.^ UP in "& - - i^ s -^ £&%£&%£
60 Dozen Men's $1.00 Overalls at 25 Cents a Pair
JOHN B. STETSON HATS, Cases After Cases, All $6.00 Values, at $2.35
„. n \ »if r> n«+ |A rt $3.00 LADIES'FELT HOUSE SLIPPERS PQ. $3000.00 Boys' Shoes Will ryz xL Hftllar
75c Boys Knee Pants at luc During This sale at v^c Besoidat zdc on tne uoiiar
I mm n~^ »1/ r~DIIZ"T7~TnT" $3-00 LADIES' FELT HOUSE SLIPPERS CQ $3000.00 Boys' Shoes Will >%r xL IVxil,,
-75c Boys Knee rants at lUc During This sale at *>"c Besoidat zdc on me uouar
United Trustee Clothing Co.
OF AMERICA Will Have pull Charge. Look for the Sign. MR. McKINNEY Manager I
Single- Coats, Office Coats, Boots, Shoes, Blankets, Quilts, Suit Cases and Trunks at 25c-on the Dollar. I
$50 and $65 High Grade Men's Suits and Overcoats at $14.45
People That Are Willing to Work Apply Wednesday Morning Before 9 o'Clock—loo People Wanted j
A SALE OF THE CENTURY
That's the name of this great gigantic Sale. There is nothing in the Clothing or General Merchandise business that we don't carry. 25c on the Dollar for Any-' |
thing in the House That's the Price ||
142-144-146-148 N. Spring St., is the Place Between Franklin and Court I
LOOK FOR THE NUMBER AND THE BIG SIGN ACROSS THE TOP OF THE STORE, MARKED |
Big Battle for Business
CHECKS WILL BE TAKEN FROM OUT-OF-TOWN PEOPLE. SALE LASTS 10 DAYS ONLY. |
People, come if only to look around. Thousands of people will be on hand. 100 people can find work. I
Tomorrow Morning at 9 o'Clock Sharp the Big Sale Begins. Mr. McKinney, ena ge . j
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Herald "Liners "Never Fail to Bring the Most Satisfactory Results
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