Photograph of General Luis Emeterio Torres (1843-1935) and wife at their residence, 1316 Westlake Avenue, Los Angeles or in Mexico, ca.1906-1930. He is standing with his right hand thrust into his unbuttoned jacket standing in back of a rocking chair in which she sits on the patio. He is turned to another younger man with whom he is speaking. Potted plants hang from the patio roof. Numerous pots of plants line the edge of the patio near the pillars of the arches which support the roof.; "Death takes Gen. Torres -- Leader in Mexico During Porfirio Diaz Regime, Ousted by Madero -- Gen. Luis E. Torres, 91 years of age, former Governor of the State of Sonora, and an outstanding figure in Mexico a quarter of a century ago, died yesterday in retirement at his home, 1316 South Westlake Avenue. -- Deposed when President Porfirio Diaz was overthrown in Francisco Madero revolution of 1911, Gen. Torres for many years figured largely in troublesome political and military campaigns of the southern republic. He formerly was comander-in-chief of the military forces of Sinaloa and Sonora. -- At the time of the Madero revolution, however, Gen. Torres brought his family as refugees to Los Angeles and has maintained the family residence here since that time. Always a champion of friendly relations between the United States and Mexico, he bent his efforts toward exposing adverse propaganda. Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Vincent's Church. West Adams and Figueroa Streets. Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery." -- Newspaper clipping.