Real Estate and
LOS ANGELES SUNDAY HERALD Classified Section
SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1909.
NEW YORKERS Sons and Daughters of Empire State Meet MAD DASH FOR
at Their Annual Reunion at Sycamore Park FREEDOM FAILS
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FORMER EASTERNERS GATHER J. H. MARTIN OVERPOWERED IN
IN SYCAMORE GROVE COURT BY FIVE MEN
CALIFORNIA IS CALLED EMPIRE HAD BEEN SENTENCED TO TWO
YEARS IN BAN QUENTIN
STATE OF WEST
has used the Weber
on his two latest tours-and testified
in positive terms to the supreme
Interesting Program of Addresses and
Recitations Given After Luncheon
P^;nH SijV'f Prisoner Shouts to Bailiff to "Do His
Shooting," and Makes Desper-
ate but Futile Dash
qualities of this instrument. Is Dispatched—Sports Af.
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It is within your power to have just
such a piano as he uses, to play on your- Sons and daughters of the Empire J. H. Martin dramatically took hi«
case from the hands of his attorney,
self, or to delight your, friends. state, who have made Southern Cali-
fornia their adopted home, gathered
B. A. Sturgeon, yesterday after a jury
yesterday In picturesque Sycamore had returned a verdict of guilty and
he had been sentenced by Judge Davi«
The Weber Small Grand grove, the occasion being the annual
reunion and outing of the New York
State society of Southern California.
to two years at San Quentin.
As he heard the sentence Martin rose
(But 5 ft. 4 in. long) Although the attendance yesterday from his seat, denounced Judge Davis
was not. as great as on previous re- as unfair and declared he would never
» is a perfect reproduction of the Weber unions, due doubtless to the fact that
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serve his term.
"I'll never do two years; I'll never
the past week was a holiday week,
Concert Grand, in miniature. what was lacking in numbers was do two hours," he exclaimed. Then
turning to the bailiff he called out:
more than supplied by enthusiasm.
Subdued to meet the requirements Although the remarks of the various "I've got enough of this. Go ahead and
speakers abounded in words of praise do your shooting; you won't take ma
of the home, this exquisite little instru- for California, reference to the at- back to jail."
The bailiff intercepted Martin as ha
ment, reproduces to perfection the noble tractions of the faraway "home state"
elicited bursts' of real enthusiasm. made a dash toward the corridor and
with some difficulty prevailed upon.
and beautiful qualities of tone which have "That the, Empire state is still
Empire state, in spite of California,"
him to enter the hallway leading from
made the Weber the favorite of the great- was a remark that was appreciated the court room to the jail. Martin re-
and the crowd appreciated, and no at- fused to go farther and It required
est concert pianists of the present day. tempt was made to belittle the glor- the work of five men to place him in
ies of the "Empire state of the Golden a cell.
We are the sole representatives of the famous West." Martin was charged with assaulting
Weber Piano in this City. A cordial invitation Luncheon Comes First ' his wife. Georgette Martin, with a
deadly weapon with intent to murder
is extended to everyone to visit our warerooms The crowd began to gather early in March 28, the maximum punishment for
and hear these instruments, of which we carry the morning and to prepare for the
noon luncheon. Profiting by past ex-
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a complete line, both Uprights and Grands. periences, it was deemed advisable to stood four to eight for several hours,
the minority eventually persuading the
have the luncheon-before the exercises
THE HOUSE OF MUSICAL QUALITY. began, for it was agreed that speech- others to return a verdict on a charge
making and entertainments were en- of assault with a deadly weapon. The
Southern California Music Co. Joyed more fully when
man" had been replenished.
the "inner limit of punishment for this offense is
$5000 fine or two years or both.
Martin shot and seriously wounded
332-334 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. The luncheon was featured by the
his wife when he discovered she was
presence of Mayor Alexander, who
stated he stole a few moments away unfaithful to him. Mrs. Martin is now
from his official cares to pay his re- with her parents in Ohio and is said to
spects to the former residents of New be permanently paralyzed from the
York, among whom he numbered many effects of her husband's bullet.
personal friends. Owing to an en-
gagement, Mayor Alexander remained SECTION HAND KILLED IN
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He was given a rousing re-
ception as he thanked the officers of
society for the Invitation to be
PREVENTING TRAIN WRECK
DUQUOIN, 111., Sept. 11.—In his ef-
Branchu: Bth and Main 7(\Cl 11 C Rrna^urair Tntnunr.tt a Qentral Bank- present.
Ul« Bnuth Hoover Street «W7"11 O. DIO4IJW4y me and Tru«t Buslnesa The luncheon was served on long forts to prevent the wreck of a spec! il
tables in the upper end of the park, train bearing J. T. Harahan of the Illi-
and the gathering resembled a large nois Central and a party of other rail-
road officials on their way to attend the
GERMANS WILL SING POISON DOSE KILLS family reunion as the edibles were dis-
posed of. incidents' related
quaintances of New York days re-
and ac- funeral of E. H. Harriman, Samuel
Owens, a section hand, was struck and
TODAY AT SEASHORE EIGHTH STREET MAN newed.
The gathering was called to order
at 2 o'clock by President Francis G.
instantly killed here yesterday.
Owens saw the train approaching and
attempted to lift a handcar from the
Haley, who announced that contrary track despite the warning of his com-
program had been panions. His body was hurled more
Los Angeles Societies Will Hear Big A. Jeschwin Makes' Fatal Mistake to custom and formal speakers for the
that no than one hundred yards.
Chorus in Two Meetings at the While Looking for Bottle of afternoon had been selected and what
Venice Auditorium Cholera Drops—Wife remarks would be made would be ex-
Gives Alarm Real New Yorker Entertains
Everything Is in readiness for the President Haley spoke of the growth
Sangaerfest which will be held by sev- of the New York society and urged
A. Jeschwin, a mechanic who resided the members to work for a further
eral German singing societies in the at 315 West Eighth street, took a dose increase.
auditorium at Venice this afternoon of poison last night and died before he He asked that more of the members
monthly meetings, for in
and even Lob. The societies taking part could be taken to the receiving hospi- attend thethe proper spirit of loyalty
are the Fldelie, Germanla, Socialist tal. Mrs. Jeschwin claims that her to the "old home" could be fostered.
The speaker then announced a pre- real
and Arion Maennerchor societies, the husband took the poison, the nature present and
Turner society, Redmen's lodge No. of which
is not known, by mistake for New Yorker was
sented Mrs. Helen Chalmers Kingston
252, Sons of Hermann and the Krieger cholera drops and that it is not a case of Buffalo, N. V., who Is in Los An-
Vereln, all of Los Angeles. of suicide. geles on a visit to her sister, Mrs.
She stated to police that she hud Lucius Vogel, 1532 Cambridge street.
There will be 150 voices In the chorus gone out of the the
have house for a few min- Mrs. Kingston Is an elocutionist of
and the three last named societies utes, as she was leaving her hus-
Instructed their members to appear In band and note and so well was the first recita-
remarked that he had cramps tion received she was obliged to re-
uniform. At 1 o'clock this afternoon
and would take a dose of medicine for spond to an encore.
the parade will be formed at the mid- . %k| Sc^w:'':'"'''"" ' SH IB' mB ' jflflb
to the auditorium, It. When found returned a few the floor with minutes Infected
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where the afternoon program will be unconscious.
him lying on the recitation spirit and gave a
She gave the alarm and humorous recital that pleased all,
commenced at once. The festivities the police ambulance removed him to especially the younger element.
will be concluded with a confetti bat-
the receiving hospital, but he Rev. Thomas E. Bell, a retired min-
tle on the Windward avenue pier and the stretcher before reaching died on ister, formerly of Buffalo, N. V., gave
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In the auditorium.
The Venice committee members have morgue, where an autopsy will be held. the praises of Los Angeles, but did
made elaborate preparations for the re-
ception of the visitors and there will
not overlook the Empire state. "The
longer I stay away from New York,"
be coffee and sandwiches for all the POWERFUL BATTERY TO BE said Rev. Mr. Bell, "the more I think By the J«» ;
participants In the festival. New York. New York is Indeed the
The three men who have been In EXHIBITED IN LOS ANGELES of
charge of the arrangements for the
societies are Hermann Scheller, L. Her-
llnger and Otto Entermann of Los Julius Krohn
adopted state of the greater portion
of the immigrants from the old world,
for as the gateway of the east most
Startles Electrical World of the through population of California once
Angeles. What would you do?
passed that state. The for-
by Demonstration of Primary Cell. eigners arrive in New York a hetero- Suppose
you , saw ! a ' sign lin a
geneous mass, *ut after receiving the window, "We. give : Trading;
DECIDES THAT PERMITS Initial Showing Unsuccessful
benefits of New York schools and UPPER, LEFT TO RIGHT—FITZ BEACH, MRS. GRANT L. HUNTLEY, PRESIDENT FRANCIS G. HALEY, Stamps," ; and ' you went: in and J
ISSUE churches start out in the world, a ho- MRS. HELEN CHALMERS KINGSTON AND REV. DR. E. W. PASKO asked for. a ? half j, dozen •or so, \
TO ALIENS mogeneous mass." Rev. Dr. Bell then
After a careful revision of the me- stated It made it seem more like homo
chanical workings of his battery, Ju- and real reunion to have a recent ar-
LOWER—PRESIDENT HALEY DELIVERING ADDRESS OF WELCOME • and you were ' informed by Sthe'
polite attendant that they V; did
City Attorney Hewitt Completes His lius J. Krohn, who has startled the rival, and one of talent, present, and those under 12 years was ea"sily cap- before the opening of registration on not give them. ..;-\u25a0:;:,
Answer to Question Put by the
electrical world by Inventing an enor- requested Mrs.
mously powerful primary cell, will other ceived.
Kingston to give an-
recitation, which was well re-
tured by Charles Horton from a field
of eight starters.
Ten girls under 12 years started In
WEARY HOURS the first day of the school year.
The faculty at Polytechnic has been
greatly strengthened this year by the
Suppose -': you ; were in the
clothing , business ; and had given
from : one-quarter ;\u25a0*; to " one-half ' *
City Attorney Leslie R. Hewitt fin-
make a second public exhibition Pastor Makes Address
Wednesday afternoon, September 15, of Rev. Dr. E. W. Pasko, pastor of the
250 cells combined into a single bat- Euclid Heights Methodist church, re-
the girls' seventy-five exciting dash,
which proved a close and
first honors being awarded to Bessie
FOR STUDENTS addition of a number of teachers. Th<?
head of the hlstor\ department will be
Miss Edith M. Jordan, daughter of Dr.
off on your ; clothing, for I several I
years, but upon taking inventory
you found you 1 had 5 made j a lot ;
tery. The battery is fitted with a pat-
ished yesterday an opinion for the ent percolating apparatus in order that Rev. Dr. when called onforcibly to the
for remarks. David Starr Jordan, president of Leland of money,.: would i you give three-
Pasko brought Three women entered the married Stanford, jr., university at Palo Alto.
board of police commissioners in which the cells may be kept running for some attention of his auditors the great re- women's race, no age limit having LINE AT POLYTECHNIC HAS She has recently returned from Europe. \u25a0fourths off the next season? ";
he holds the board has no right to re- time without recharging them. At an fonrt.wave that is going over the coun- been placed on the entries. Mrs. Jen- The names and numbers of those .RSuppose you were a girl, work,
fuse generally to grant business per- exhibition given
a few weeks ago, al- try, and especially of the recent en-
130 volts were deavors of Angelenos in the improve-
nie Yon Julay showed surprising abil-
ity, and tore into the homestretch like
LONG WAIT AHEAD registered yesterday afternoon follow: ingin a v store or.: some great
mits to aliens. The opinion will be obtained, 100the currentand shorted owing to ment of city politics. a real Longboat, distancing both of her
First, Russel Moody; 2, Meyer F. Merchant for a week,
submitted to the Dolice bpard at Its the failure of the percolating appa- competitors. Sala; 3, Harry Schwarck; 4, Raymond and an order was I issued \that
regular session Monday night.
"The cleansing and purifying of our Sent Home at 4 o'clock Yesterday liavallee; 5, Carl Randau; 7, Kenneth you were required /to \u0084 dress
ratus to operate. municipal affairs Is bound to place Frank C. Newcombe, who is nenrins -in
desired the Parker; 8, Harlan Peyton; 9, Rollin black . and you \u25a0' hadn't \u25a0' a '\u25a0' black
The police commissioners
right to refuse poolroom and perhaps
The centrifugal pump has been rear, Los Angeles In a better light before
ranged and many other changes made the country," said the speaker,
the three score and ten year mark,
captured the sprint for men over 60
Afternoon, the Youngsters Return
at 7 P. M. and Are Allowed
Loomis; 10, Charley Phelps; 11, Albert
Wilson; 12, Howard Renner; 13, Harold
dress, nor the price to buy one.
'Iquor licenses to Japanese, but before in the mechanical end of the machine, it means that an honest man will have years old, much to the chagrin of Pres- Suppose * you f.read \u25a0in | several
taking such drastic step decided to and it Is believed that an enormous ident Haley and the other entries, for Ostrander; 14, Roy Eastman; 15, Hugo
a chance. That a change for the bet- to Stay Winter; 16, Mervin Reed; 17, Gladys of our/great daily papers about
consult the city attorney. After ex- amperage and voltage will be readily ter has been noticeable in Los Angeles Mr. Newcombe was the oldest man to a i salvage sale, and; how ; an : in-
haustive research Attorney Hewitt de- obtained. Even though the percolat- public affairs In the past few months compete. He had a long, sturdy stride Knnis; 18, Clara Houser; 19, Ralph
Maskey; 20, Albert Haskell: 21, surance •; company sold millions *
cided the board has no right to legis- ing apparatus should prove an absolute is evidence of what can be done, and and won the race in a canter. Although Polytechnic high school Boaz; 22,- Alta Condon; 23, Alice Esther
Soule; fit; dollars' \ worth of ; goods to
late against aliens in other than cases failure, the solution which Krohn has we all hope the good work will con- Beit Race of Day does not open until Monday morningr, 24. Harold Rutledge; 25, Jessie Blair; some jparticular firm ?at five\or i
In which the right to sell liquor was discovered possesses immense advan-
involved. It was found that several tages over the ordinary manner of cre- tinue." speaker The then compared
The next event was for boys and
girls under 12 years old, and fifteen en- the clamor and struggle for admission 26, Stella Mojonier; 27, Edith Olmsted; *
ten cents on the dollar.'Js*SN<g^9Sfn
states have laws prohibiting the sale ating electricity. scenery of New York and California, tries faced the starting mark. This to the first-year class was made evi- sted;Nellie McGlynn: 29,31, Mignon Olm-
28, Winifred And suppose you should find
by other than American cit- 30, Miller; Hey-
izens, but no laws were found to pro- humorously mentioning race was the best of the day, and was
the grand dent as early as yesterday, when more wood; 32,Bertha Teresa Camp;. 33, Lee Tlgh;
out that it was all a Joke, that i
there.' was ,': no * such % insurance j
Hudson river in connection with the won by Harold Cady, with Miss Bes- than 100 boys and girls stood in line 34. Paul lekes; 35, Cammllla Lewis; 36,
aliens from engaging in any other MISS ELKINS AND DUKE
lines of "so-called" rivers of Southern Call- sie Clark a close second, after the first
at the big white building on Washing- Mary Koenig; 37, Elizabeth Hewk: 38,
' and ,< no \u25a0 such transac-
tion, which would you blame, the
It is the opinion of Attorney Hewitt fornta. trial had been declared-a tie race.
that an ordinance passed by the city
D'ABRUZZI PLAN MEETING Remarks in a light and entertaining For real mirth the fat women's race ton street from 3 o'clock in the morn- Helen Heyl; 39, Edna Woodcock; 40,
Germain Collins; 41, Gordon Davidson;
man who ;wrote ' the r ad. or ithe i
paper, that printed ; it? :':<\u25a0 *'.JJHHBB
council would be effective In preventing vein were made by Fltz Beach of Pas- took first honors, there being four en- ing until 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
42, John Else; 43, George Loomis; 44,
adena, who said he could always dis- tries, although one of the women was Suppose there was '; still £ one ?
Japanese or other foreigners from con-
CHICAGO, Sept. 11.—A special cable tinguish a New York delegation be- busy talking and did not hear the At the. last named hour all of the Luclle Whltt; 45, Ramon Crowell; 46, flrm •; in s town: that ':,' played fair *
children in line were sent to their Edgar Brown; 47, Don Short; 48, Louis ball; sold j;their goods on 'i the
from Paris says:
"Miss Katherine Elklns
cause of the smiles and good nature
and the that always pervaded. were clamoring
starter's words and refused to com-
pete, as the others had euch a good homes and the announcement was Demitn; 49, Freeman Reed; 50, Charles one-price, plan, told the *j truth \
about them, paid their employes
Deny Naval Rumor duke of the Abruzzi are expected to As the youngsters lead. This race was won by Mrs. Yon made that no one would be allowed to Richardson; 51, Alton Bean; 52. Frank
LONDON, Sept. 11.—The admiralty meet in Paris. Miss Elkina is already for the sporting events, the informal Julay, who had previously won first Whiting; 53, Lester Wrighter; 54, Mal- ; (rood .", salaries. ".. refunded your
take a place In line until 4 o'clock this colm Baker; 55, Arthur Leonard; 56, money without: any back", talk if *>
today denied the report from Norfolk,
here and the duke Is expected at any program closed with an urgent request place in the married women's contest.
afternoon. Edward Kurlle; 57, Harry Luckenbach; : the \u25a0; article did ; not give j; entire
Vft., that sixteen battleships and cruis- moment. by PresHent Haley that all should join A match race was arranged between •'
In spite of the order, a crowd of boys I [58, Wm.
ers of the British navy might engage "He left Naples early this week on the society, pull together and give New
in maneuvers and tactical evolutions a steamer bound for Marseilles. York the position in this part of the
Mrs. Yon Juluy and President Haley.
It afforded great merriment and was and girls formed at the entrance to Bach; 60,
Helen Wood; 61, Georse
Polytechnic hist night at 7 o'clock and Brooke; 62, Mabel Ebert:
satisfaction, > wouldn't ,J they be |
in Hampton Roads. There has been "Great secrecy attends his move- country to which she is so Justly en- declared a tie, although it was openly
no change In the original plan of send- ments and at the Italian embassy all titled. charged that Mrs. Yon Julay did not were so Insistent that they be allowed Kasviner; 64, Laura Duffey; 65, Ebert
: -7 The , home; of ' Hart,. Schaffner
put forth her best efforts and allow <i to remain that the order King; 66. Karl Schurz; 67, Ralph Til- & Marx clothing, John 18. f Stet-
ing four British warships to the Hud- knowledge of his presence or plans Is While arrangements for the sports
ed. These young people will stand in ton: 68, Charles Beck; 69. Earl Bren-
/ son-Fulton celebration. denied." were being made county President Haley to get on even terms.
"county" reunions son hats . and • Manhattan -; shirts.
were held. Bach had a sepa-
The pie eating contest was entered line night and day until 7 o'clock to- holt; 70, Helen George; 71, Ruby Toa-
morrow morning, when the registration kum; 72, Constance Merteus: 73, Ruth
rate registration booth, and it was a
noticeable fact that every county In
by every boy on the grounds and the
supply of pies giving out, It was finally office will be opened. Yoakura; 74, Earl Dickmun; 75, Traver F.B. Silverwood
ARROWHEAD SPRING WATER
Delightfully soft. Deliciously refreshing. From the famous Arrow-
tin- Empire state had some represen-
decided not to .select a winner.
The party remained in the park
kept the crowil in good until the shades of night began to fall.
Students in the three higher grades Tousley; 76, Dorothy Smith; 77, Oliver
at Polytechnic do not have to regis- Blaney; 78. Don Cameron; 79. Marion
ter, but for the past several years, Duncan; 80. Merle Morrison; 81, George
since the capacity of the school has not Finch; 82. Frank Foulkes.
til So. Sprliic St.
Broadway t «th Blij™
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nature and afforded lots of amuse- All dnpart«4, expressing themselves aa
head Mountains. Five gallons, delivered, 40 cents.
Phones: Home F4444, Sunset Main 4448.
ment. The women took great interest having had an excellent time, and ad-
and participated in a number of the mitting that for picnic purposes South-
ern California was "some" better than
been great enough to accommodate the
da of grammar school graduates Anybody who would,.be able to find an
desiring to attend, there have been un- address In the directory would bo able to
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.'. ' " Ban Bernardino . **
Take the baths at Arrowhead Hot Springs for that Rheumatism. The boys' seventy-five yard dash for even New York state. usual scenes at Polytechnic the night find your CLASSIFIED ad.