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18 WEDNESDAY MORNING. 'Sos angctejuailij Games, MARCH 2, 1927. PART I. Loa Angeles City Club luncheon. Clubhouse, 833 South Spring atreet, noon. Sir George Faish will speak cn "Roads to Prosperity." University cl Tea elurnnl dance, Alexandria, 7 pm. Jfir.ety-first Division Association, Southern California Sector meeting tmd program. Patriotic Hall, evening. Catholic Women'! Club meeting, clubhouse, 3 p.m. Are: la Henry Bernhardt rill speak on "The Education f. the American Woman." Wednesday Morning Club luncheon meeting, clubhouse, noon. McKtnlcy Industrial Home Society, ladies' Auxiliary meeting, 933 South Kinpsley Drive. 2 pm California Federation of Women' Clubs, drama section meeting. Barker Brothers' Auditorium. 10 a.m. Loa Angeles Graded Cnion for Church School Workors" meeting. Bur-dette Hail. Auditorium Building. 8:30 a.m. Los Angeles Motor Car Dealers' As-eoclntion annual automobile show, Washington Bouievard and Hill street, 10 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. National Council of Jewish Women, Los Angeles section meeting, clubhouse, 214 Loma Drive, 2 pjii. All Souls' Church dinner meeting. Wiltshire Masonic Temple, Third Biid . . 1 .-1 IT uxiora streets, evening, tvcjuusu. ( Blight will spesK. Hollenbeck Ebell Club meeting, clubhouse, afternoon. West Jefferson Women' Club meeting, clubhouse, 10 ajn. Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Biltmore. noon. - Southwest Museum exhibit, Mar-mion Wav and Avenue 46, afternoon. ' Los Angeles Museum exhibit. Exposition Park. 10 a.m. to 12 m. Free permanent California exhibit, State Exposition. Building, Exposition Park. 10 a m. to 12 m. Illustrated lectures, scenic motion pictures, Chamber of Commerce, 10 a.m. to 4 P-m. Motion Pictures Broadway Palace, Broadway, between Sixth and Seventh -"The Gorilla Hunt. Cartbay Circle Theater, Wllshlre t Cartbay Center "What Price Glory." Criterion, Grand and Seventh "The Night of Love" Flgueroa, Flgueroa and Santa Barbara "Nobody's Widow." Forum, Pico and Norton "Flesh una the Devil." Grauman'a Egyptian, 6708 Hollywood Boulevard "Old Ironsides." Loews State, Seventh and Broad way "The Understanding Heart." Metropolitan, uxtn "A Kiss in a Taxi." Million Dollar, Third and Broad' way "Tell It to tba Marines.' Rlalto. B13 "New York." Tally's. 833 South Paradise for Two." West Coast Uptown, Western "The Fourth ment. Stage Belasco, Eleventh and Hill-6o?" Belmont, Vermont "The Fool." Biltmore, Fifth and Grand "The Tavern." Egan Theater, Pico and Flgueroa "Applesauce." Hollywood Playhouse, Vine Hollywood "Alia the Deacon.1 Mason, 127 Kolh and Dill. Morosco, 744 Couth Broadway "Synthetic Sin." -Music Box. Hollywood Boulevard and El Centre "Hollywood Music Box Revue." Orange Grove, 730 South Grand "One Man's Woman." Philharmonic Auditorium. ' Fifth and Grand Symphony Orchestra concert. Shrine ' Auditorium, Jefferson and Royal "The Miracle." Wilkes Vine-street, Vine between 1 Hollywood and Sunset "Aa American Tragedy." Varieties Burbank, Sixth and Main-plenty of It." Hillstreet. Eighth and Hill Irene Rlcardo. Hippodrome, Main and Fourth "Lure of the Wild." Orpheum, Broadway between Eighth and Ninth Fannie Ward. Pantages, . Seventh and Hill-Con Colleano. THE WEATHER (Oensaal and Hill and Broad- .Tin." South Broadway- Broadway Tenth and Command- -"I Zat near First and South Broadway local erncr, c. a. tothh bcbeat;. lee Araies. Mirth I Ravened bj H . Bererr, Mnaertffat 1 At S e'c'tfK mm. t! baranwtar rrc!rl M il; at I p. as.. M L IhmMdd for Use orrMiMKiinc hours sheared ST trt. sad fcf. Relative kuBtdttj. t , t par eetrt; I !... St per mm. tvied. S ... mrMl. eetac-lur Kiln: ft pa., wnt. vriocitj t as lira, lesa-pretrTe. hljr.aet. T5 On. ; loasest, s t- aUlrt-(lit for Hum, ll.tt Inrfces; SKarmal te date, 11 W laches; bit sweoa la date, S.ej inrhtt. Baroneter ndond u era Iml. WEATHtR CONDITION'". Mar I: A skerr, v.!d wt toaen the Plsliu f'are from the V-kotae to Tmi, With VMturarures brum lefts le s Jlsktia Know hee Ullra In tl Pla.lne states end l'prr 1tsllrtd Vailrv. asttfl rain In Twwift, the Gu'f fc.it tn) Txs uul Nnt Molleo. Ligt rulni hif ocnimd : in Wt?h lnffioi an4 Orrcun. In tiouthfm railforols filr, trmr WMthr prtTiijM rtwdy, o4 it wai dfr nr jurtly cloudy l siwrly ll rttiotia tMt npmhig PanlF rtmi,!r ftftr miT h irt! la taU ricinltr Wdnc-(lay. i1Ui aiid ttfupmiurt SI N. MOCK AND tlDF. Is ARfl. Mtnfc 2: Hun nut 6 km., itu 5 50 pm. Mow rl 5 53 a m.. iKi 4 4T J. re. jrm Aalf Htibor, Matrh 1: Hlio Um. :04 at anil : p.ta.; lu tl'lrl. l-; a m. and 1:03 t.DL IXtTAL TEM:RATI RM MtrB t: Vlnlraua and timlmua tmtfatara ftnts h'ithrm Catlfrir-nfa rfnt. rrp'Tt ym.laf to th Lot Angrl b9tr of lha L. & WeaUitr liureau, wera at ri,Ka SUMUlit rVvlta t'rnrta ................. hi Ct'.m K4rnr.ij.10 Itatrtil I m Ar-rt Harbor Ml. Uihh Swtu Harbor rt,.fna Pomorta Pcrtmn Ranrho Kahta Fa Rr-lianila , Klipnlila San Itmiar'Jtno San Fernamlo ........... Hanta Ana banta iiatbara IJX'At, FORKCAST Ft ri Anariw and flrtnllj: Pattlf flouiiy rtih. 1ih Bi!raia Irar!!!, Wrintadaf and problblj Tl'ura'tay. STATU FORECAST . RAN- rRANf'ISCO. Mar 1. Wtalhar forarait: San KranollTO and TfrinK;: Clwl; and Oil Id; uw to moiffrat, rl wlnils, NortNm California: Cwdj and BlM, wlih prsb-ably rain tn eitrrma north portion; moderalo ta riahle lnrla. bw-omlna tt and northwrot on onait. Sa(ramnt.o Vallry; tlmiily. wlih rain 07r -trfma ronti pfKtloh; continued mild; geolle a-rlMila lri(. KanU lara and San iMqiiln tallfya: Generally fair and tnlM; mtl variable wlnrta. ' tiwibrrn C'lllornia: ialr and mild; frntl -riatila vlnda. ARIZONA FORECAST PDOKVIX (Aria ) Marrti 1. Forwasl for Arl-zona: Wedneailav and Tltiiradai parti? cloudy; not murtj cfiansa lu trmntrsture. COLORADO RIVER TI"MA (Artl. Mar 1. Btrlualte Plinatch from the I'. 8. Rerlaraatlno 8ml 1 tiause height Coinrado Utrrr, 18.25 feet. Ulactiaire, lueadajr, 13.100 cubic (ML TEMPERATURES trnxm- Predp- turea itt- Btatlom Conditioni, $ p.m. Abilene Clear liotse Owly MMrton C'tear Hurfalo-'iear f'hlmKo Cloudy ,., Irntrr Clear ......,. Km Moff 'lnudy IKMre fit j Clrar Kl I'm MrHta Ralnlnjr , Fiajataff J1oudy Freano Clear ...... .... Oaltealon Clrar (irend Junrtlnn .......,.... Havre I'anly cloudy Helena Tloildr Huron Rnnwlnf Indrpendenna Mat. Kin. 7 4 T4 43 1i a m n ?5 S9 f'i 4 rr 4i ti a :s 44 Tl 41 4 89 C4 45 ',3 41) 74 89 ; sa T 43 ?S 40 70 40 BIRTHS Keaea. tac. piata and da'a af kirA. BDOAIL Mr. and award, Daafiltar. JIS 1 ,-rl avrnie. Jet.rwafy SI. FERN ALD. Mr. and Mra. Haja. Bo. iJira lylc- Roarifhi. Fft-uar SI. GESlNOl.tt. Hr, and Mra. Bjran. tat. Good Simar'aa HLt'l'aL February J. GLENN. Mr. rr.d Mrm. Ka twj. (Ji TVeat At- tnte l. Feoruarr St. CBOMX Mr. aiM Mra WIEian. DaufVar. UU .at Aruiue 31. FrraT SI. BZRrZLER. Mr. and Mra. Cleaaot. Bor. B5i!j- "4 Hoaplial. February 15. JE'NT Mr. arwt Vrt. '.arlfa. Daibtar. Oatao- patftlc Sanitarium. Febntary 21 LAI I K Mr. and Hit Tlaroll liaulf.lar, Hoile- wnd Hoiulial. Frbmary 32. L0.NI.li"iA. Mr. and Mra Wllllaaa. Daufhtar. SMran Lptw HmpliaL Fekraary H. McMILI.AN. Mr. and Mra. John, liamiitar. alan Matemlly H-; HaL February ST. EOI11NHON. Mr. ayid Mra. William. Boy. Bony- Hoirl'al. Felruary t4. SBERIi K. Mr. and Mra. Ctir!a. Bay.fHoHy- oM II 4 ital. Frbruarr 25. SPRAY Mr. and Mra. Jamet. Daujhler. 1920 Ht avrrtue. February 2. BTREkX Mr. and Mra. Charlra. Eaujhtar. Moota Hato Hit'ltal. Frbruarv w. TEEL. Mr. and Mra. Floyd. Bor. SIS Wet One Hundred and I tftn atrfrt. February 3w. VOGT. Mr. and Mra. tirrhard Buy. Gwd Samar- Itan H , ; !'!. Februorr It. ' WAIHiEI.L. Mr. and Mra. Freat. Iautl;ter. Ot- Uoimihie Sanlurlum. February 22. DIVORCE 81ITS FILED BF.vn.EY. Grrtrude acalnt Omar. -BROWN, Ina M. aialnat HI ram B. CAI.IiHtL!,. Jamea V. aaaln.l Uura T.. IiAI.EV. Anna Loretta aialnat Waller 8. liEXTKR. Cmrge Franria auainst Jeiuia Gray. OAY. Finer F. aialnat Ntlle R. HAVDKN. A'la Mae atalntt Thomai. KKVEF.N. Jrrftn at;afn,t Mary Aenea. I.OTTKN. Kalbtrlna T. anlntt CharlM I. MACKKNZTK. Annie Harbevn aiainat Curaon A. MATTHEWH. Tearl A. avalliK H. K. MKVKUH. Hrlrn K. against Vlflor. MfHIN. Jewel Klol.e aealnal Omer R. MIlDKR. ( ertlla athrlne aialnat Othmal L. OLCI'ltf. HI ajalnrt Jennie C. "ALAS. Nerrrmore axalrnt Alfred T. POIITII.LO. Sara h. aaalntt Kafaal Lopex. j! INN. Ruth E. eaalnit Frank J. KA(.I.AM), Ethel K. an.lnit R'jbrrt C f-FMH Eaurrtta P. analmt Fi I. SHEETS. Kcena aialnat Kyi tester N. SMITH. Hare! B. atainit Ralph O. FTOl'T. Sn.an aaalnat Marlon W. I11ATCIIEIL LurlUa Mary aiainat Louli S. , DIVORCE DECREES GRANTED BACON;. Harmd O. from Annrtta M. HEKM. Eta B. Irctn Ellman H. BROWN. I.ouiee A. from I'aul H. Bl t'HAl.TEU. Alraantler fnira Bertha. CI TltllNE. Ina frm Andrew. FOl.HdM. Bilrlre I. from liuana M. ' VAN BLNTIilii'KEN. Opal D. from Jiarrj H. Mai. Min. lion. Kanaaa City I'loudy Rnorvllle Snowlnc ....... Lander Loa Ani-lra Partly cloudy Six Condemned at Joliet Given Execution Stay Mlma Partly cloudy ....... Nredlen Cloudy New (irleana Cloudy .......... New York fleer North Mead Cloudy Oklabcmi Cloudy Ontaha .........,.. I'hoenli Cloudy Ptitmmreh Clear PwUand, Or. Cloudy Itajild ('Ity Cloudy Hrd lllufr Cloudy Hoaeburg (Cloudy , Howell Partly cloudy Ht. Loula HnoBlni 8t Paul and Mlrmcniiolla Cleat Harramento Part ly cloudy Salt l.ae City Clrar Han Dlcio Cloudy San Franrlico Cloudy Kama Fa tteattle Partly cloudy Rpokane Raining Tarnpa Cloudy Tonopeh Partly cloudy Turaon Partly cloudy , Washington Clrar .... Wlnnmiurca Cloudy ,, Winnipeg elect lurna 4!loudy , Below aero. 49 : e J S T 84 M . 84 10 T. 2k 2 T. 88 3t IS T. J9 8 0 42 O 54 M .71 M SO 70 4 ft li 48 2 S! 11 0 42 : e 55 10 T. .. s It 28 0 34 !8 .02 $1 SO .CO ..10 !S S 9" 81 ,04 M 20 Jg 41 61 0 T. i 24 0 B0 4 .04 81 21 28 0 74 44 6 S2 24 T. 6 44 0 22 S O f M 0 M 411 .18 1) 11 0 St 32 .30 24 11 0 4 48 M 80 0 71 62 m 50 72 41 0 .. 20 B4 44 0 48 . 34 .18 74 58 .44 80 81 , 0 78 88 34 28 SI 28 224 74 48 VITAL RECORD JOLIET (111.) March 1. (Exclusive) Circuit Judge) Hill today gave the !x convicts sentenced to death lor the murder ol Deputy Warden Klein another stay of sentence, fixing the new ilate ot execution lor the 11th Inst. The men were scheduled to go to the callows Friday, The stay was granted on the motion of defense counsel that they might have time In which to prepare in abstract of the evidence which thev found must accompany the ap nllcatlon to Supreme Court Judge De young for writ of supersedeas to stay the sentence until the Supreme Court can review the case. This Is the second stay granted the layers, who originally were sentenced to hang reoruary 11. REDS VORRY IIERRICK Envoy to France Tired of Clamor to free Convicted Italians PARIS. March 1. American Am-bassador Herrlck Is tired of explaining American constitutional law to delegations of anarchists and Communists asking freedom for Sacco nd Vanzettl, the Italians convicted I murder in Massachusetts. In a letter to Henri Torres, advocate for the delense in the most noted trials of anarchists and Communists in France in recent years, the Ambassador points out that such petitions must be directed to the State House In Boston, as American law makes the State of Massachusetts the sole Judge concerning punishment for trlmes within Its borders of the nature of that for which Bacco and Vanzettl were condemned. Meanwhile the Burette Generate, v. Frpneb. Scotland Yard, on its own Initiative has increased the police guard about the chancery, fetnng nossible demonstrations . in view of the recent mass meetings of French Commuulsts and anarchists. a A Communist delegation made an Tiitucceiful attempt yesterday to see the Ambassador and lodge another formal protest. OFFICIAL DEATH LISl Kama and place ot dcalh CAPKLL. Orlo. Lea Amtc-lw , CAHH, Thoodore. Loa Anitrlca..,,, UKTKICK. JM. Loa Augelra... F.D.MONIIHON, fctliyl Loa Angelea KHIl KMIN. Manuel. Lot Augelta., F INK. Frnnfc. Loa Angelea. .... .., IKII)MA.V, Mavid. Loa Angelea..., fi 11 It, I,, tra. Loa Angolea 70 Kill. DA. Edna. Loa Angelea......... 3.1 LANIIW'KHlt. llenry. Loa Angelea. .. 52 LKSVIfl, Harah. Loa Angelra 70 LOOHDOM. Kilgar. Loa Angdea.... MOHKIH, Esther. 1-oa Ansrlra NKWMAN. Mary. Loa Aiignle NIVF.K. John. Loa Angelea Kh'M. Emma. Loa Angf-let NKOAR, Frank. Loa Angelea HI.'TTO.V, Matilda. Lot Angelea.... WAhKFIKLU. j.rnma. Lot Angelea WILSON. Hoae. Loa Angelea VfcbNtU. Arthur. Loa Angelea Data. Feb. 28 Feb. 27 Fb. 28 Feb. 27 Feb. 25 Feb. 24 Fell. 25 Fa. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Fell. 27 Feb. 28 Frb. 24 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 37 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 DEATHS ELKEWIIERE The following death! are reported by the Al located 1'reas: At Miami. Fla.. DATEL V. MALONBT. SI yaara of age, former fcatlonal Commander of hnan- iah-Amerlnin War Veterana and former Ucimty Collector of Cuatomg for l'hillpplna Jatanda. At Oulfport, Mill., WILLIAM HENRY ORTt of Toronto, t:an.. a member of the New Voik Trlbunt ataff under riorare fireeley and later aaaiatant ed' itor of the Toronto Glotie. lie wai belietrxl to liars been the only aurvlvlng peraort who waa prea-ent at ceremonlea marking entry of the Canadian Prorinoea Into tha l)ofnlnlon ot Canada. At Cartdon. N. J.. DAVID TtANKIN, yeen of age, former Lnltetl Btalea Mintetrr to Gaum. At NW Tort. BIRCH BCRDF.TTE I.ONO, it yean of age, ai-tlat. who haa palntM plcturei of aotae of America a mmt famoua building. MARRIAGE LICENSES Th followlnf marriage Uranaea were liiued yet- terday. Name and age glren. ALLIHON WBTIMEIEB, Raymond D. aillion, 10; F.leanor H. Wrliraeler. 2M. BOGUS ANDERSON. Wilbur F. Boggi, 17; Edni Ignore Anflprann. 27. BBOWN HERTZ. Edward Brown, 18; Dorothy Herfe 14. BUST COOK. Earl J. Burt, tl; Sara T. Cook, is CAI1I1X MOI1ENO. raul Cahtll, J8; Rebeccs Moreno. 20. CAIUJON CAPPS. Arthur I. Carlaon, 14; Beat- eloa TantHi. 22. COHKN Ui'KHTED. Joaaph Cohen, 15; Lndlle aliieatrd. S4. CHIUSTBNHK.N NIELSEN. Henry Aage Chrla- tenirn. 28: Vera Zenla NIelaen. 19. DALE1DKN HEfcLKR. Fred S. Uajelden, M; Boaa PetMur S3 DUK.V Ct'MOTNGS. Fmnk Tjuke Dung, 19; Kalh leen M. Cummlnia. 2H. - rAnWBLL 11ITTNEH. Elmer H. Farwall. it; Mar Adella Bittner. 48. F1HHKR BkiEK. Victor Bennett Fiilitr. it; LAllle H. Beer. 42. FISH KB POLLOCK. Hugh Llrlngiton Flihar, 15; Ethel Irene IVlloc, FBAHKtt HTACEl. Gleno Fraaar, ad; Alice E. Htarev. 20. OAKDNKH LEACH. Jeaae B. Oardner, S3; Ma- iwlle (1 Tearl!. 22. OOCHLEY TEIFT. Curtli T. Gourley, 15; Orace Trfft. 20. HAM JOHNSTON. Edward A. Ham, 25; Dorothy l. Johuiton. 21. IlILUKHT rlAMl'ELS. Jamee Frandi Hilbert, 'JD' Atma Lola Samuel. Is. IOBHKNHEN DOHK. Charlea Beglnald Jorgenien, Mildred Oarland Onrr. 21. KELI.ET VOLKONHKY. Doriey M. Kallay, 18; Tatlana Volkomky, 2:1. Lrwirrt. c.ooiiMAN. lldor H. lewUt. ; Betty Omlman. 2). LONO 1'ITMA.N, Leo D. Umt. Hi Oatle M. Pit- inan. 43. LOl'tiHSKB WELLS. Harry Loughner. It; Tar Weill, 28. MAI.tlW'lTZ FRANKENSTEIN. Jacob Malowits, 24: Pearl Irene Frankeniteln, 18. MILLKIt MAHL'H. Lealle Miller, 17; Orace 0. tin,:, n MO.I.KK NAI'MANN. Charlea Balph Millar, 11; Mare Naumann. 22. NEV1LI .K MOOhE. Edward H. Nerllla, 18; M. rl Moore. 41. OBTON DONALDSON, Dafld B. Orton, 11; Oer- aidlna IVnaldaon. 1. PACK CHKISTIANSEN. Albert J. Paul, 17; H- r.elle K. ChrlitlanaiTi. 27. PETKKHON KLATEB. Buiaell F. Peteraon, II; Ituliy J. Slater, 21. PIQl'ETTK KOUhCP. Horace B. Plquelta, 11; Marie Fnukup, 18. PLAitlB HABUIM. Edward Frandi Placge, 13; Verda Annie llarr'n. 20. rrilEHr; H EDENBCHG. Arthur Johe, Prteba, !I4: Anna HeWiburg. 3". KANbAl.L CHAIO. Walter Bandail. Jr., 17; Kalhe M. Craig. BEIFENHTE1N ELDER. Loula E. Belfenatcla, 52: Velma B. Fhler. 21. Rt'TMEHFOlin fiTtHN. Julia J. Butherford, 8; Ollre 1. V. Ktrrn, 83. - REUlioN AiLCHKirVT. Alfred Bcddon, IS; Eu- phemia Mae (JIlebrHt. 80. MIAI'L ItKMJrV Arthur M. Shaul, 14; Mabel Claire Ilemli. 14. 8TRAM m;0TT. Frank 0. Btrand, S; Nellie Ltllle Scott. 4K. WEHYPHALBBOWNINO. Holland Bob Frederick Weitphal, 22: Dora K. Umwilng. 21. WILkiiN ENliKllei. Jack Uarcourt Wihoa, M: Lillian B. Kniera. SI. WILSON LEWKLLKN. Ouy W. Wllioo, 5; luale Laeellen, 4ft WOHhMAN-MICHAET... Bohert tyle Wotkrais, 11; Lola Either Alichaela. 2L DEATHS Uk Faiiaral AnsouoceeMBta. aaTKBAY. Mare 1. Waiter aiurrae. aged 11 taae. aeel aanieea at tn e,.ari ce rv-oert Sarr) aa teow. H Venice Bow-eaard, Ttiuaaj, ktucb a. aa a aa. OSGOOD. At Marathon. retnry . WTJ- liam E. Ofg'jod. tattcned kuaand ct Frarvaa Oagood. Wlnf ton at Mra. iw L Os2--'-4, Uothea ef A. J. Ool. euneral nrrieea Tharaday, Marrti 1. at 1:30 P-m, froaa too chapel of K. C idiccbaai:ii A 4Jo.. 6'JS Veeloa tjulrvard. FABDEW. At 3e2SH Avakm Bonieeari, Mra. lrraa A. rardaw, aged 23 yaara. Serrlree Friday. Marrh 4. at 1 f .. at E. B. MeCornlck'i funeral chapel, til Centra! avenue. PABDEW. At SA25H A'alon BouIcraTd. Thceaaa tuleer Pardew. aged 22 yeara. retiree Friday. March 4, at 1 r .. at E B. MiCuraicai a funeral ehapel, 4i(j Central gtenu. PATTETtSON. Lawnnee R. Patleteoo. Heanaioa at the chapel of w. A. Broara. kid South Flower etrerA. Interment. .caail. Pa. REYNOLDS. The. funeral aenlrea of Mra. F.lfreda Bnolda will be held flay at X p m. iron roe chapel of W. A. Brown. WIS Soulo flower atrcet. B0BINON At Santa Monica HocplUI. Xiwtn Oardner Robinarai. Beaalne at lha chapel of W. A. a. roam, 151. Routh Flower etreet. NcKlea of fuDeral later. BOSBt'BY. Funeral aaraleei for rear! Bwoury will be held to-lay at X P rrnm nm oauo Of It. C Ucllenbaugk A Co., 630 Venice Bouie-tard. BOSE. lfaria U, fcrlpg wife of George at. nnae; motlier of Mra. J. U i aimer oi Yaruoiw, Funeral eerelee Thuraday at 4 p. a. tn chapel of the roona Funeral Hnme. Iig Beach. .Retrial nl will be taken to Mountain View MalJo-leura at Ban Bernardino, artiere aenlcaa ill be held at 1 p a. Friday. BOTH. At 201 South Serrano. February 2S. Charlea Both, helmed Drwtl-r Ot -nra. .-.eiiwr rou.r., Jin. Ma Ward, Mra. Margaret Kehre and Mtaa a Both. ' Funeral at rTollywood Cemetery chapel, Wcfcteaday at I;3 p.m. Breaee Brotberi, director a. SNYDER. Mn. Farah. Mte or Ji noutn wiom. pdoecd alater of itre. tiiaaoean vmiu. Funeral aerrlcea today at 10 a.m. In 'be ehapei of Clark F. Alice Mead, 3 Weat Waahinglon atrcet. 80TO. Antonio Bote. Boaina at etiapci oi uua irarcw aa SPBAKEH. At 2175 Norwaik aaenue. May i. rpraker, borel wire or r.eecn d. oiinur,, mother of Koland V., Roljert Y. and B?erett O. Wpraker; daughter of Mrs. Huldab J. Mo-berg, alater of Carl U. M"crg of Loa Angelea, Mra. Iiunean Campbell ot Chlrago, III. Funeral aemlcea at Crcase'a. Ihgle Kock, today at 2 p m. Interment, FotcjI Lawn Cemetery. Pr. William M. Allison ofliclatlng. SL'JTON. Bemaina of Matilda U Butt will tie dent today by lite luippe Mortuary, oi Flgueroa tre, to Chicago for lenicei and fitteruient. v ' SWANLIiND. March 1, 8wan Hwmiluwl. Bemaina at the etiapet or w. a. nrown, iojo Bouth Flower itrect. Notice of funeral later. VALENZUEf.A. At San Cabrlcl, March X, Frank Valcniuela, aged 13 yr. . ,..r.i. at Kan OabrH Mlaiion, Thursday r a n m Interment, ftan Gabriel Miaiion Cemetery. F. A. Liter boo, funeral director!. VANDERVOOBT. At 420 Norih Arenue 83, Franei vanderoort, oeioTed wiia niatiea i-l rleM at Crease I. Highland Park, today at 5 .SO p.m. Interment, Forest Lawn Mauaoleura. WEHTEHliOWEN. March 1. at 1029 Angelea Mesa Drive. Anton wailemwcn. egeo so er. Funeral icnicca will be held Thuraday. March 8. at 8:40 a.m., from the chapel of Arnold Mlspagel. 8017 Hyde Park Boulevard. Bequlera high mall at a m. at oi. juiin a onuicn, citiileth ao-eet and Victoria arenue. Interment, Calvary Cetnetery, VVOBTH. Karl E. Worth, late of 71 South AWa- ratio atreet. husband of Helen u. wonn; nroiiier of Mra. Anna Elrhenberger. Mra. Matilda Mcver, Mra. Caroline Tiielae, Henry, John and Herman Worth. Kervirea will be held Thuraday art 1 M. from the Kuppe Mortuary, Sii Booth Flgueroa alrect. TESNF.rt. Benioea for Arthur Yeaner will be beld today at 2 p.m. intra we nuppo jHoriuary, v Bouta Flgueroa ilrceu rieaao omii nowera. LODGE NOTICE Pmllh Lodge, No. 482, F. Men.) Meets tre at 1308 Orchard atreet. AU visit- NEWFOUNDLAND BOUNDARIES SET Claims to Labrador Coast Upheld in Privy Council Reservations Give Canada Island and Small Strip BUSINESS BREVITIES lAdrartJaaagl The Tlmae. arancf office, 621 Bouth atorlnu itraVa. Advertlsementg and ubacriptift taken. Telephone M2W0- BIRTHS Riaei, set, rlaee and date of birth. BRADFTIAW. Mr. and Mra. Olerm. Dmititer. Hliiwiod Hnnltal. Frlnuary EJ. BB'IWN. Mr. and Mra. Hobert. Boy. 1101 Wat Tenth atreet. February I. Bl'T'rtl l.L. Mr. and Mra. Sidney. Boy, Oalee- patHie Ha'iltarltita. Fehniary 22. CHBIoTOPHKlt. Mr. and Mn. Joph. Diughta. Hylrrn Lodae Hoapltal. February 25. COOK. Mr. an-) Mra. Karl. Daughi. 1141 Beet Ninetieth atreet. February 2. CTMMINO"). Mr. and Mra. Anhur, Daughta. Hnlivwrcd llwdial. February S3. DEHN. Hr. and Mra. K'oett. Bfiy. Bylrao lodge HiKpltal. February 24. PCM. A P. Mr and Mrs Cadi. Daughta. Frene Hrnita1. February 20. DURA W. Mr. and Mia. Albeit Diugbtw. 111! ifroekUn araa.ue. February 14. DEATHS With Funeral Announcemcnti. AHLANDEft. Carl Lttdwig. beloied ion of Mra. Emma Ablander of Kweden, twin brother of IleoMg Magreta Ahlander of 1m Angelea; nephew of Mr. and Mra. Arrld Anderson, Mr. and Mn, Jnhn Olcn of 1m Angelea, and Enoch Oleai of Oakland, Cal. Funeral services today at 2 p.m. frtan Ingle wm,d Park Chapel. Itilerment, Inglewood Park Cemetery. Himiulst & retoraon, ulrecton. ATWKT.U In thli city, Bhcrman Aiwcll. aged 67 Jearl. Herelrea Thiinday. 10 a m., at tlie chapel of X. B, MoCormlck, 4100 Central avenue. BAILEY. February 21, at Glendale, Mra. Orace Oroniliaiher Halle?, formerly of Butte, Mont, Horvicee Thuraday at 1 p.m. at the Little Church of the Flowera, Forest Lawn Cemetery, h. U. Hcorera Ca, ulendale, dlrecfora. BEECUErt. Frank E., of Venice. Cal., nelored hustiand of Mattel and father of Katbcrine and Charlotte Beeeber. Masmdo funeral aervlcei at the Roscdale Crematory today at 2 p.m. Peck A Chaae C directora. E1 Paao, Tax., papera pleaae copy.) BBOWN. James, late of 1730 North Marlpoaa are sua. Serrloei Thuraday, March 1. at 2kp ns.. from the Bramble Funeral Church, 1110 Tohermao street. CABRANZA. Vlnrent Carrann. Funeral toilay at 10 am. freni 129 Wert Atenut 14. Gui Aliaret Ac Moore, directors. CHAPIN. Funeral lertlcei for John If. Chaptn to day at a.m. from Pierce Druthers' chapel. 720 weet Washington atrcet. CONNELLY. Mary E., at 1S1 Writ Elghty-ietenth Itrect, elearly beloved mother of Mrl. Buasell J. I.vona, Mn. John K. Fanning of this city, and Mra. Walter M. Foley of Durango. Colo. Funeral Friday at 1 p in. at parlora of Pierre at Lowe, 9a W eat Wasliington itreet. CROCKEB. February li, George Crocker, belrrved huaband of Belle Cnnker; loving father of Mr. Truman H. Metealf, Koy and Uenrge S. Crocker. Funeral lertlcei Tburiday. March 8, at 11 ra.m., from 046 Bouth Westmoreland avenue. Interment, Hollywood Mausoleum. Pierce Brotberi, directora. DAT. March I, Margaret Elizabeth Day, lorlng daughter of Mra. Etta. M. Day. Funeral aerrlrca Fridiy, March 1, at 1 .m., from the Churcb of the Messiah. Washington and Van Nexe. Interment, White Rlrcr Juno-tlon, Vt. Pierce Brotheri, directors. DETBICH. Jamea P. rtetrlrh. Funeral aervices tmlay at t pm. from the chapel of Wlgct ft Bmlth, 731 West Wasliington atreet,' EDMONDSON. Ethyl Edrofnidion, beltwed artfe of Charlea Mmondaon. Htrvlcci March S at 10 a.m. at chapel ot Oui Alvare ft Moore, FETHEKOLr. At 8S1I Jeffrlee aienite. February IS, Hasale May. beloved wife of W. A. Feth- rolf, mother of Martha F'etherolf, a natlro of Pennsylvania, aged St years. Funeral aervlcei at the chapel of Boh ret Sharp ft Son, il.U Venice Boulevard, Thursday, March 1, at S p.m. ' OlLQriST. At SO East Thirty-seventh ifreet, Mini Hllms Gllauist, beloved lister of Mln Mary Gllciulst or tills city and John Gllauist of Omaha, Neb. Funeral aervices Friday, Marrn 1, at 1 p ra., frnra tlie chaiKl of W. A. Brown, 1819 Bouth Flower street. OBIFFIN. Thereae E. Orlltln. aged IS years, daughter of P. H. and Nellie U Griffin of 1240 Magnolia BuUlevard, I.ankerkhlm. Benlces at Hulls-wood Crematory, Thursday At p m. (Cleveland, O , papera please copy.) HANKY. March 1, Thomas Haney, aged 70 years, a native ot Ohio, husband of Lola Haney. Funeral servlrre will be held Wediresdsy At 1:S0 p.m. from the funeral parlors of French A Bryan. 4n:2 Whlltler Boulevard. Interment, Foreat Lawn Cemetery. HUNTER. March I, Pr. George R, Hunter. , Beinatns at the diaixl ot W. A. Hrmrn, 1119 South Flower atreet. Notice of funeral later, KXOTZ. Services for Anna Marie Klots, late of 4K12 Eleventh avenue, will be held today at 10 a m. from the Little Church of the Flowers, Foreat I.swn Cemetery, under direction of the Buppe Mortuary, 42 South Flgueroa atreet. KNIOriT. Funeral aerrlcea for John Knight, late of 341 Wast Klity flrst strict, today at 1 p.m., In the chapel of George B. liemtngton, 1133 Smith Flower llrecl. LESLIE. Frank Hause. at lone Beach .Hoapltal, March 1, a resident of Iig Hcach lor three yean, coming here from Bherltlan, Wyo.; mem Iter of A. If. ft A. M. of Blierldan, Wyo, and A.O.l'.W. of Aurora, Nrb. Ho la survived by bla wife, Mn. Mary A. Leslie, and two daugh ten. Mn. Adah Anderson of Pasadena and Mra. Duurlce Anderson of Los Angclei. Funeral aruiouncctntmt later by J. J. Motiell, Long Beach. ' LEWIS. The funeral aervlrea of Mrs, He rah E. lewla will be held today at XI a m. from the Little Church of the Flewera, Forest Lawn Cemetery. W. A. Brown, funeral director. L0VEJOT. At Alhnmhn, Fehruiry 11, 1927, Marguerite Loveioy, a native of F'argo, N. D., beloved daughter of Carrie K. Lovejoy. F'uncral Wednesday attcmoon at 1 o'clock from Uie resilience, t!!S North Iluahnetl avenue, Alhamhra. IntciTnent, Xngtewnod Park Cemetery. Turner, tUormi ft Turner, Albam-bra, directors. MABR. Blertard 1. Varr. late of lt.11 La'eta Terrace, arm of Margaret Marr; brother of Kohert W., Annie and Minnie Marr. Mn. Margaret Hardy and Mra. Fred Veigtmter, all of data die, and W alter Marr of Caledonia. Can. Funeral eervirei Thuraday at 1 r en. In the ehapei of George B. Broilrurton, 1131 Bouth Fliwer itreet, MOORB. Febrtliry M. George W. Moore, aged 82 yian. Moved hushnnd of Hemic Moure: lov. 1ng fatha of Harold !., Arlao Wilde, Matliie V . .1 1 i . a! k si XI ..... Funeral aervlrea wi I beheld Thurxlay. March at 1 obi.. Inia bla late reainenee. .' sleuth Msrlposs. Inteiment. Hollvwwd Mausoleum. Cal as. Crane ft Karl, directora. ft Clarence F. Smith If - tX- ft A. M. (Ei-Bervlee VTA ery Wdnesilay evening 'V avenue, corner of Pico i ln brethren welcome. FUNERAL DIRECTORS BUI'PE MOKTDABY Rut tr.miirmeil. Oldest Established In Lot Angeles. Ufl HllllTIl FlfiCKROA Tit. 6151 4M.0 BOUTH WESTERN BN. 4110 50611 fJOMFTON AVBNUB ML 1244 EDWARDS BROTHERS, INC. Biinvirie annNflMY. RELIABILITY 038 Venice Boulevard 116th Itrect.) WE. 8811. BRESKE BROTHERS ' ' Ample free parking service. 853 SOUTH riOUKHOA. FA. S121. E. CLAIB OVERHOLTZEB CO. WE. 1147. 1238 Bouth Qrand. WASHINGTON CO. al. D. BOBINSOJI 135 West Washington itreet. WE. 0615, GARKETT BROTHERS frM Tanlca Boulevard 116th itreet.) WK. . m t ROBERT SHARP & SON WE. 4448 131 Venice Boulevard 6E0RQE A. FITCH, INC. A. t. MAYNES. 1201 South Hope itreet. TBlnlty otWJ. E. C. KOOP, 1811 VV. WASHINGTON CEMETERIES INGLEWOOD PARK CEMETERY UAllKnirilM CREMATORY COLUMBARIUM Three hundred acres, wonderfully landscaped, with beautiful lawn, trees, flowers. Iske. winding waiss and roads. All perpetually cared for. la tbia iu- pteme laat resting place. For Information call Atuniiy aaei. xooiuw mm. FOREST LAWN MEMORIAL PARK Cemetery, Mameolcum, Cretuntory "Th Cemetery Uouaual" very form of burial under perpetual ear. "Amnna the Hllia" Glendal Arenuo Saa Fernando Boad BEAUTIFUL HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY MauBoleum-t'reinatory-Coluinbarlum 'HOLLYWOOD CHAPEIj," the most artlatle little . chapel on the Pacific Coaat, available ' for fiincrala without cost. CRYPTS $175.00 CREMATIONS $35.00 8(100 BANTA MONICA BOIILEVAUD HEmpslead 3830. HOlly 8455. CEMETERY LOTS trrv.T. nwta ht ea.h of?,r fnP lots 10 B And C. Besthaven 'fnet. Inglewood Cemetery, Address L, Bos 5ti2, Ttmss Bntich. TWELVE grave loll, No. 425, Dir. A. B. CT, Mignonette plot, Inglewood Cimetery. IvN. Woi. FOB BALE Three icctioni In D, TarbAllA Me morial Park. Caah only. lUiRJio. FLORISTS THE ALEXANDRIA FLORIST miTVl. a I a. V A VT It 1 A FA, W01 FOB EXUU1S1XU FLOitAL DESIGNS MONUMENTS StlTZ MEMORIAL CO. EtHusive dealgnen of dtstlnctlvo meroorlali, and private mauaoleutua. iiependanie ana umenta. tall or telephone for dcalgna and prlcea. 418 TAKrJ H1.UU., , TTollvwood Bird at Vine street. GB. 1455. GEN. FENG CHINESE, COUNTRYMAN STATES MANILA, March 1. (rT1) Llngoh wtio rhinona Consul-Gcneral In Manila, declared hero today that the report that Gen. Feng Yu-Hslang, Chi nese military leader. Is a Hungarian by birth and a former United States Arnw oflirer la "antlrelY erroneous. "Ha is no more Hungarian than I am s Ra.ofiB." Bfiid Wanu. who declared he had known Gen. Feng tor many years. Feng Is of purely cam ca-traction and was bom In . Anhwei province, wang saia WAR WAGED ON TRUCK MEN HirpjMKiJTfi. March I. (PI In spector Holden of the Btat Motor Vehicle Department, and aa assistant, left here today for Kings county to war on truck men, who are reported to be operating overioaciea irucsn ui the State highways. The men were requested by Capt. A. J. Ovorstreet of the Kings county trafflo squad. CANNERY MAGNET DIES VANCOUVER (B. C.) March 1. Capt. It. E. Ocfie, 75 years of age, generally acknowledged to be flnan-riaiiv lninrMtBd in more canneries than any other Individual on the Pccino Coast, died today. Tells Rights of People Couldnt be Refused, He Says ettlement Ends Prolonged and Expensive Suit LONDON, March 1, VP) New- foundland's claim to ownership of the strip known as the Labrador coast" is held by the Privy Coun cil to have been "made out in sub stance,- with two reservations, the Lord Chancellor announced today. ' Ownership of the strip, which con- slts of approximately one-fifth of the Labrador Peninsula, along the southern coast was disputed between Newfoundland and the Dominion of Canada. The Province of Quebec has been associated with Canada in the lengthy and involved litigation over the strip. The matter was submitted to the Privy Council for decision with the consent of all the parties concerned. ISLAND TO CANADA The two reservations, or points of detail, made by the Council are as follows: The southern boundary of Labra dor Is fixed according to the Stat' ute of 1825, which throws a small segment of the watershed draining into the St. Lawrence into Canada's hands. Woody Island, a small piece of land opposite the boundary between Quebec and Newfoundland at the Bay of Blanc Sablon, the Council de cided, belongs to . Canada and not to Newfoundland. The island is so small that It Is not named on most maps. ' , The question which the Privy Council was asked to answer was: "What Is the location and defini tion of the boundary as between Canada and Newfoundland In the Lab' rador Peninsula under statutes, orders la council and proclamations?" It took Ave years to agree on the exact wording of this question. The whole case has been In preparation more than twenty years and has already cost the two governments about 81,000,000. The disputed area totals 110,000 square miles. CLAIMED TIMBER STRIP Newfoundland claimed ownership not only , of the Atlantic coastline Of Labrador, which was acknowledged to belong to her, but also of territory back to the peninsula s neignt oi iana, which territory includes valuable spruce timber country.. Canada contended that wewiouna land was limited to the mere strip of land along the Labrador coast' line which had been granted to NeW' foundland in 1763 for fishing facll' Itles. This had been transferred to Quebec In 1774, but In 1809 was again granted to Newfoundland. Byrd Planning Airplane Trip to Greenland NEW YOEK. March I. Wfr-Com mander Byrd of the United States Navy, polar flier, is planning an air'' plane flight to Greenland this June, the New York Herald-Tribune says. The object of the expedition is to make a scientific study of the unex plored regions of the north and west of the great Arctic Island. Scientists will be attached to the expedition, some of them accompany. ina Bvrd and his two flying com panions. Floyd Bennett and taeut, Balchen of the Norwegian Navy, in the nlane. Others will proceed by steamer to Southern Greenland, where a base will be established for study of Arctic conditions. Commander Byrd is planning flight to the South Pole next year. ITALY AFTER USURERS Cabinet Officer Issues Instructions to Give Short Shrift , ROME, March 1. (Exclusive) Loan sharks will get short shrift in Italy, according to the Instructions given the magistrates by Minister of Justice Alfredo Rocco. The tightness of money here, which has given the usurers a wonderful opportunity to reap high Interest rates, will not be permitted as an excuse for these parasites that prey Slain Ruler Disappointed in Count Witte MOSCOW. March 1. (SV-No let ters of the late Czar Nicholas have aa yet been discovered that are so frank and self-revealing In their con tents as those written In 1905. found the other day In a wardrobe of his mother, the Empress Dowager Marie, at Leningrad, addressed to the Dow ager Empress. - In some respects they alter en tirely the accepted view that Nicholas was hopelessly reactionary and opposed every dlmuniUon of his autocratic power. He apologizes in one of these lor having, at the behest of Count Witte, signed a manifesto which vitiated his autocratic power and gave the Russian people constitutional liber ties for the first time in existence. Nicholas wrote: "I had no alterna tive than to give what was demanded of me from the whole of Russia, even among those around me I could only find one loyal friend, and that was Treopff. Minister of War. . We are in a. complete state of revolution and the chief danger mat tne administration of the country is completely disorganized.' xn anotner letter, written nreced lng the 1905 rebellion, he said: "We are passing through terrific days, I've been In consultation with witte from daylight to darkness. Every day we have had to adont one of two methods either appoint euergeuc military men to suppress revolt, or to grant the people a constitution. By force of arms we could certainly crush the revolt for time, but It would flare ud aeain In a few months, and we would again oe opugea to resort to force, which would cost us rivers of blood. The other alternative Is to give the pop ulation civil rights, freedom of speech, liberty of the press. lnvlO' tammy oi person, right of meet' ings and unions. All Russia asked me this, and I had no alternative but to give It. I make the sign of the cross and ask God's blessing a tnird letter contains piquant comments concerning Count Wltte's personauty.- I must have faith In Witte. assure, you I am doing, eeiythtng possible to facilitate his difficult task and he feels It, but I cannot hide from you a certain disappointment m nun. fie is now prepared to nang and shoot. I never saw minh cnameieon, ne is as changeable as the wind, and nobody has confidence in him, with the possible exception va Auieigu neorews. on the Italian public, Big. Rocco de clared. Conviction should carry an Immediate sentence of deportation to the penal colonies. The legal interest rate now Is about 1 per cent a month; some sharks are demanding and getting as high as 5 per cent a month in advance. OBREGON MAY SEEK MEXICO PRESIDENCY MEXICO CITY, March 1. tVP) For rcer President Obregon admits there Is a possibility of his being a can dldate in the 1928 Presidential elections. In a statement Intended to clear up the present political sit uation, he expresses the hope that the so-called anti-re-electlonlst group may create public sentiment against his candidacy, thus allowing him to continue in private life, but he as serts he Is ready to serve his coun try If a majority of the citizens clear ly indicate a desire that he again participate in politics. VERMONT BOASTS OF DISTINGUISHED SONS NEW YORK. March 1. (P) Lieut Gov. Holllster of Vermont, at a ban quet at the Vermont Society here said the chief problem of the State Is to keep Its young men and women from leaving and a real who's who of America would contain more Vermont names than practically all other States put together. One man who left the Green Mountain State when young now lives la a White House. ' ZAR'S LETTERS SELF-REVEALING Mother of Demands for Constitution Immunity Bill Gets Approval of Committee WASHINGTON. March 1. ) Re versing its earlier nositinn. t.rm House Judiciary Committee today approved a bill granting immunity to witnesses compelled by toe govern ment to testify in criminal cases.' ine measure was sponsored by uwen i. noDerxs and Atlee Pomerene, the government's special oil counsel, and has the approval of the Attorney. General. It Is Intended to aid the government In Its prosecution of the cases growing out cf the Senate oil inquiry. , Water Company Purchase Loses in Marysville MARYSVILLE, March 1. (j At special election here today held. by the City Council on its own initia tive, a plan for the tlty to purchase the Marysville Water Company was defeated, 927 to 33. The property was valued at $372,500. PATENT HELD INFRINGED PHILADELPHIA, March 1. (tPy The reaerai circuit court 01 Appeals to day decided that E. I. Dupont De wemours & Co., explosive manufac turers of Wilmington, Del., had ln fringed on the patent of Henry Pau ling, an Austrian, for the denitra. tlon of sulphuric acid and the con centration of nitric acid. The com pany was ordered to render an accounting to the Southern Electro-Chemical Company, present owners of the patent. SPORTSWOMAN KILLED WOODHALL SPA (Lincolnshire, Eng.) March 1. () Mrs. Edith Fer-nie, 62 years of age, well-known hunting and society woman, was found dead today on a railroad track near the golf links here. Her body was badly mangled and she apparently had been killed by a train. Mrs. Fernle at one time was master of the famous Fernle Hunt an exceptional position for a woman with which the Prince of Wales and other royalty rode. SENATOR JONES RECOVERED WASHINGTON.. March 1. (Senator Jones of New Mexico, who recently suffered a heart attack In the Senate barber shop, was sufficiently recovered today to return to his seat in the Senate, NOTICIAS MUNDIALES DE ULTIMA sKORA NOTAS TELEGRAFICAS Gxandes L'tllidades en el Negocio de Exportacion de Lkor WINNIPEG (Manitoba), Marzo 1. Las casas exportador&s de licor de Saskatchewan hicleron negocios por valor de mlliones de dolares durante su breve exlstencla, segiin ha declara- do boy aqul ante la Comistoa de Aduanas, P. Rodriguez, que fue con- tador de la Compafiia de Vinos y Aguardientes de Regina. De Julio de 1920 a Abrll de 1921, pasaron por manos de Rodriguez, segiin declara-cl6n de este, cheques cancelados con valor total de $1,800,000. Se repartlo un dlvidendo de 1429,000 entre los directores, como resultado de cinco meses de operaclones. Los Rojos Joroban Mueho a Herrlck PARIS, Marzo 1. El embalador norteamerlcano Herrlck esta ya can- sad o de expllcar el derecho constitu- clonal norteamerlcano a las . delega-clones de anarquistas y comunlstas que van a pedlrle la libertad de Sacco y Vanzettl, los Cos italianos con- victos de aseslnato en Massachusetts. En carta que derigld a Henri Torres, abogado de la defensa en estoa xiltl- mos anos, el emoajador le nace no-tar que las petlclones de' en elevarse al Palaclo de Goblernd de Boston, pues, segiin la ley norteamericana, el Estado de Massachusetts es el unlco que puede juzgar delltos cometldos dentro de sus fronteras, y que sean de la indole del perpetrado por Sacco y Vanzettl. Un General de Kolchak Condenado a Muerte SVERLOVSK (Antigua Ekaterlnbur- go, Rusia), Marzo 1. El comandante Volkoff, Jefe de uno de los regimien-tos del almlrante Kolchak, fue sen-tenciado hoy a ser fusilado, por su- puestas atrocldades cometldas en 1918 contra los slmpatlzadores del ejercito rojo. Volkoff tlene 74 anos de edad. Declar6se en el Jurado que 300 de sus victlmas habian sldo encontradas en un solo tiro de mlna. Abogando por su vlda, el defensor de Volkoff manifesto que el linlco motlvo de los crunenes de este habia sldo la ocu- paci6n de dos de sus vacas por horn-bres del ejercito rojo, antes de que comenzara la guerra civil. Los Soviets Torturan a tin Norte' amerlcano NUEVA YORK. Marzo 1. Los ho rrores de velntldos prlslones rusas han llegado a los Estados Unidos re tratados en los oios de Julius Chevalier, natural de Tejas, e Inge' nlero en un tlempo de la compania petrolera Standard. En tres ocaslO' nes se vio Chevalier a punto de pre' sentar el pecho a pelotones de ete cucion. Vio fusilar hombres, muleres y ninas. Hace poco que salld de presidio, despues de haber sldo tor- turado y hambreado, y se encontrd con que su esposa habla muerto y sus hljos habian desaparecido. . Dio al fin con sus criaturas, Hanna, de 4 anos, y Louis, de 6, los que ha bian sido aroparados por una fami- lia rusa. No saben habiar mgies, pe ro entlenden ruso, trances y turco. Chevalier se los tralo consigo en el buque de carga "Asia," del que desembarcaron en Providence. Pas6 hoy el dia aqui, y segulrfc dentro de unos dias rumbo a su casa de Gains vllle, Tejas. , "Todos mis parlentes estan en Te las," dljo, "y me dan por 'muerto, Llor como una criatura al ver el faro de Nantucket. Era la prlmera vez en doce aftca que vela las costas de ml pais. Ya habia perdldo la es-peranza de ver.otra vez los Estados Unidos." MENOPAUSE (Change of Life) The, maatlna ef menaarn eiftcei brine; 1st tie train ecrtoua (lausda-Istr upsets that are ent only of bie-My distressing nature, bat are) fta fraught -with I rave eor.ee-q uc sicca. Many physicians vane, nave had Ions; eapertenco wlttl BBtncroui raaes of thia Bature. tMHsaider that there la aa better aid to ajuide etomanbood through thia perilous period than the Mimulatlnc oaliliiln. rejave-natinc actios of radioactive water from the Ka ilium (spa, Whea the varies jive up active work, the thyroid at arte to (0 down and with these the pituitary gland otten neroniea onlsalanred. The beadachee. pains, hot flashes. etc.. of this period are merely evidences of a distinct (land un balance. Write or call for onr Interest. Ina; booklet about Kadium. It's free. American Radium Products Company SIS Story Bids;.. Sixth and Broadway, Los Angeles, Calif. 17 Kiihardwm Bids;., 100 E. Colorado. Pasadena, Calif. D OG HOUSE FUND GOES TO DOGS New Jersey Lad's Loan ot $' ( Burred by rather Who Hays ' He Hasn't a Pup WIDOW GETS ENGINEER'S ESTATE Charles Ireland, locomotive engineer, who lost his life In the wreck near Puente February 15, left a e5000 estate to his widow, Margaret Ireland, 1184 Carmona street, according to his will, filed for probate yesterday. The petition for probate will be WEST ORANGE (N J.) March 1. (JP) Parental h Junction today restrained financial operations of Otto Zandt, 12 years of age. Otto borrowed (2 from Judge Van Eipcr, president of the West Orange Trttst Company, J on the security of "Initiative, confidence and personality" J wun interest at o per cent, to complete a dog-house fund. . But Otto has pa dog, sayr his father, and the money must be returned. NOTAS LOCALES $25,000 Reclblra una Muchacha por la Pcrdlda de su Plerna Segiin veredicto pronunciado ayer en la saia del juez Hahn, ha que dado autorlzada Helen B. Goldman para cobrar $25,000 de dafios, de los doctores John Dunlop V T. H. Hart, La citada querellante habia denuncla-do a estos cirujanos por su torpeza ai practicarie una operaclon, cuyo ob jeto era enderezarle sus piernas ar queadas. - En su querella expone la seftorita Goldman que le vino la gangrena po co despues de la operaclon, y fue necesarlo amputarle una plerna abajo de la rodllla. Los demandados negaron ser culpa - bles de negligencla, y sostlenen haber aconsejaao a la senorlta Goldman que no se hlclera la operacl,6n. La actrora, sin embargo, lnslstld en que so ia niciesen. , Compton Inaugura so Exposlcl6n La apertura oflclal de la tercera ex poslclon anual de pieles y coneJos de Compton, fue precedlda arer Dor la suelta de cincuenta palomas chinas de guerra, que llevaban frases de saludo para las poblaclones adyacen- ies, y por -un desnie de zooo ninos ae escueia. 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