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THINGS SOCIAL AND SPORTING
FROM THAT RESORT.
The City By the Sea a * Lively in Autumn
as it Was at the Highest Point of the
The patriotic citizens of the city by
the sea, materially aided by the South
ern Pacific company, intend to duly
celebrate the birthday of our state (ad
mission day) by having a balloon ascen
sion, concert by Meine Bros, band, and
various other special attractions are in
contemplation. Prof. Ivy Baldwin, the
aeronaut, who made the prior acension
which was such a successful one, has
been engaged for Tuesday, and every
thing points to having a big crowd and
a most enjoyable day.
H. Giese "and family are domiciled
in one of the Kintz cottages on South
Barch, for Sentember.
W. W. Waller left for San Francisco
yesterday to attend the celebration of
Admission day by the Native Sons.
Henry Ronnebeck spent the day
here with friends.
The race which took place yesterday
afternoon on the polo grounds between
R. P. Carter's Pepita, ridden by K. Car
ter, E. G. Woodhouse's Miss Jummy,
and W. H. Young's Marquis ridden, by
E. W. Barry, over a mile course, was
very exciting. The start was a good
one, Miss Jummy leading, followed
closely by Pepita. At the halt-mile
post the\' were running neck and neck
with Marquis on their heels. At the j
three quarter post the excitement was
intense, and Barry who was riding Mar- j
guis in magnificent form passed them,
winning by two lengths. Time 1:5<3.
Woodhouse, who still thinks Miss
-Jummy can beat the Marquis, has chal
lenged Young for a race with Marquis,
which will take place Monday. Con
siderable money in small bets has been
wagered in a quiet way on the event.
Polo will be played today at tbe club
grounds on Nevada avenue.
S. Reinhardt has puichased lot 9 in
Scott's addition for |1500. Lot 18 also
has been sold for $1200.
The second paper chase of the season
took place Thursday, the starting
point being the polo grounds. Mrs E.
G. Woodhouse and Miss Robertson
were the hares, and so cleverly distri
buted the paper scent that they com
pletely misled the hounds. It was
over a very good though rough
course with hard trails. After the
chase the participants drove to Rustic
canon, where they were joined by a
number of our citizens and guests and
enjoyed a very pleasant picnic there.
A "merry party of our well known citi
zens had a picnic and barbecue in Rus
tic cafion and all who attended had
the merriest time possible, more than
doing justice to the good things provided.
There were present, Mr. and Mrs. John
Bassett and family, Max Barretto and
wife, Mrs. Malloy, Mr. and Mrs. Dexter,
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. McKinney and fam
ily, Steve Carpenter.
The athletic sports on the Polo
grounds were not concluded when the
last train left Wednesday afternoon.
The following is the summary of the
In the stick and ball race there were
seven entries —the race being run in
heats. In the first, Proctor beat Jardine.
j n tho cprv.n.i, Woodhouse, Haigh. In
the third, Bolt a, Young. In the fourth,
Proctor ueieated Waring. In the fifth,
Woodhouse proved the victor over Bol
ton. This left the trophy between Mes
srs. Woodhouse and Proctor, and it was
a spirited contest from start to finish,
In the striking the ball contest which
was next on the programme, Captain
Bolton proved his superiority concki-
The in and out race proved a very
■amusing and interesting race, Wood
The goal line and back race was won
"The umbrella race was the great
event of the afternoon, in which Messrs. I
Proctor, Haigh, Woodhouse, Jardine, j
K. Carter, Warring, Machell and Young
contested for the prize. Proctor showed
conclusively his mastery over all com
petitors and won easily.
In tbe hurdle race for ponies only,
<G. L. Warriog's Santa Clara won, Proc
tor's _ Rex coming in second,
Woodliouse's Miss Jummy third.
The tandem race was a very hotly
contested one, the various riders having
their ponies well in hand. Woodhouse
The consolation race was added, to
which only ponies were allowed to enter
who bad not yet won any event, and it
proved to be equally interesting as the
the previous ones. W. N. Young's
In the evening a ball was given at the
Casino, under the auspices of the same
management, and proved to be a very
brilliant social gathering.
Four Mexicans were caught by Con
stable Dexter, stealing wood from the
Jones and Baker ranch. They were
racxaigned before Judge McElfresh, who
let them go on paying the costs, it being
their first otl'ense and they promising
not to take any more, not understand
ing it was private property. The Jones
and Baker ranch has greatly suffered
from such vandalism and they intend
putting a stop to such practices.
Miss Potts" and Miss Aileen Potts are
sojourning with the family of S. C. Foy,
•on North Beach. The young ladies are
expert swimmers and enjoy the surf
Miss Cora Espy has returned to San
Bernardino after a two weeks visit
Ajaong those who spent the day here
were J. I). Cochran, H. C. White, C.
W. Healv, W. E. Mount, Mrs. S. A.
Butler, Mrs. L. Claire, Miss Hartley,
H. Fenton, W. C. Cronin, W. A. Laz
zarovich, Alex McDonald, C. E. Hart
ley, W. B. Langwill, J. Adam, Mrs.
Thomas Hughes, M. C. Merrill, J. F.
Springer, Miss Mamie Musterton, of
Mr. and Mrs. Vail, of Figueroa street,
are sojourning here for a few days.
Mrs. Carter gave one of the most de
lightful musicales of the season, at her
residence on Third street, Tuesday even
ing. Numbers of Chinese lanterns were
scattered throughout the grounds, mak
ing a very beautiful effect. The apart
ments were prettily decorated,charming
all eves. The evening was spent very
pleasantly, the guests leaving regretful
ly. Those present were : Mrs. Arcadia
B. de Baker, Mrs. Kinney, Mrs. Gaffey,
Mrs. Rhodes, Mrs. Waring, Miss Win
ston, Mr. and Mrs. Acker, Mesdames
Gorham, Lester, Hamilton, Corson,, Mr.
and Mrs. Dunbar, Missas Gorham, C#r
son, Brooks, Seamans, Effie Corson,
Florence Jones, Shoemaker, Messrs.
Proctor, Barry, Corson, Waring, Roy
Jones, Lester, Ryan, Whyman and Ban
Frank X. Engler.
.Piano regulator and tuner, S. Olive St.
THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1890.
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\s HOW CALIFORNIA d
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LOS ANGELES FISHING COMPANY,
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All kinds of OYSTERS always on hand.
Stalls 8, 11,13, 16,18 and 20, Mott Market, Los
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Saturday morning;, Sept. 6, 1890.
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HAZARD'S PAVILION, Los Angeles
Monday and Tuesday Evenings, September Bth and 9th, '90.
The POMONA MILITARY BAND will be in attendance.
FLAG AND MILITARY DRILLS !
SIGNAL CODE N. G. C.!
PATRIOTIC SONGS, ETC.!
OUTLINE OF PROGRAMME.
FIRST EVENING SECOND EVENING.
Martial Music. Martial Music.
"Columbia's Chickens"—Thirteen little girls Piano anil Castinct Duet—by little Ethel Stew
in costume, representing the original colonies, art ami Eloise Lassen, of San Francisco,
with drill and song, to the tune of "Yankee Presentation of the signal Code of the Na-
Doodle." tional Guard of California—By tho Signal
Corps of Ihe First Brigade, N. G. C, under coin-
Martial Music. mand of Major M. T. Owens. The Morse tele
graph code will be used with signal Hags as the
Grand States Representation—By forty-four instruments,
young ladies, clad in Grecian costiimes,*bear- That the public may appreciate this, the mes
tng banners and shields, and wearing crowns, sages, as signalled from station to station, will
This company of young ladies will present a be read aloud when each is completed. Look
number of military evolutions, a flag drill, out for some striking political information,
moving tableaux, and will present the promt- Martial Music
nent characteristics of their several States in a n nir_
short recitations, keeping up a continual ka- 8 , „ , . _ _,„ _ . .
leidoscopic movement at Hie same time. Promenade March and Flag Drill—By forty
i*T~ In honor of Admission Day, Mrs. Eliza four >' ounf? 111,,1es - ,
A. Otis has written a thrilling poem descriptive Patriotic Song, "The Rod, W hit* and Blue —
of California—past, present and future, Which By Mrs. W. E. Beeson. with grand chorus by
will be recited by the young lady representing sixty voices and the military band,
our "Golden State." Martial Music
fu'il'co C smmc 8S ° f Übeny WUI ,>e reproseuted in Tableau'- "California in '49" - Giving
tun costume. accurate representations of gold mining and
The grand old song, "The Star Spangled Ban- realistic scenes from camp life,
ner." will be rendered by Mrs. W. E. Beeson, Fancy Military Drill—By a corps of twenty
wlio will be assisted in the chorus by sixty one uniformed young ladies, with inspection of
voices and the military band. " the corps by Col. C. C. Allen.
Martial Music. .. , „ .
Recitation and personation—"The Old Vet- Tableau. "Southern Califoruia, with herClties
eran > and Towns"—By elegantly costumed young la-
Martial Music-Grand National Medley rtil ' s - The vouiig lady representing Southern
martial music crann national Mcuiej. California will recite a descriptive poem, writ-
ten for the occasion, and tlic cities and towns
The ladies of some of the local churches will will be costumed, so far as possible, to represent
, ~ , , .. . oo>w« the #iaractei'istic production or location of the
serve Ice Cream and Cake In the ante-rooms oi several communities.
the Pavilion, both evenings from six until tMf~ (" is preferred that each community
eleven o'clock, in Southern California should send in their own
representative costumed to suit local ideas.
Those who will do this, and who have notal
gtf- No expense has been spared to make ready communicated with the Secretary of the
this a celebration worthy of the day. Should Executive Committee, will please do soat once.)
there be a surplus of receipts over expenses, Marshal Music.
the balance will be used for local missionary Auction Sale of Souvenirs, by Ben 0. Rhoades,
purposes. the well known auctioneer.
Admission, 25 Cents.
Reserved Seats 25 Cents Additional.
Seats now on sale at Bartlett's Music Store, Phillips Block, 129 North Spring St.
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«8ls»3§»»"" took less time for them to
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W WH the chin, beneath the under
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•j* «S sPh) His head was one solid scab,
V fjl discharging a great deal.
\ *¥ iss This was his condition at
\ — J - twenty-two months old,
yk. * 7 . when'l undertook the care
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