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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
The Lycenm League—A Long Fall.
Pasaoena, June 17.—A new feature
which promises to be of especial interest
to tbe youth and young men of Pasadena
has been added to the Young Men's
Christian association attractions. By
tbe efforts of the general secretary a
charter has been obtained from the
management of the Youths' Companion
to organise a lyceum, under the consti
tution of the Lyceum League of America,
as vested in tbe Youths' Companion by
a national charter. The lyceums in the
league now number 1200, with a total
membership of over 30,000. The Com
panion, through a special lyceum league
department, furnishes topics for debate,
the purpose being for the cultivation
of good citizenship among the young
men of America, by training them to
think for themselves and to express
themselves, by making them intelligent
on American issues, by impressing them
with the duties of patriotism.
The Young Men's Christian Associa
tion lyceum starts out with 22 charter
members, composed of some of the best
and brightest young men of Pasadena.
These met last evening to elect officers,
and with the Companion's special equip
ment before them —charter, gavel, man
uals aad instructions—proceeded to
business. The following officers were
elected: Prof. A. L. Hamilton, presi
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dent; John D. Habbick, vice-president;
W. B. B. Taylor, recording sscretary;
H. B. Wood, treasurer; George Taylor,
corresponding secretary ; executive com
mittee, J. Emmett Louthian, 8. F.
Johnson, Prof. A. L. Hamilton; com
mittee on membership, J. Harvie Cald
well, Harry D. Gaylord, Archie M.
Strong; entertainment committee,
Joseph Grinnell, Ralph Arnold, Walter
Frost. The next meeting will be held
on Thursday evening, July 6th. The
subject for debate is, Do our present
methods for punishing criminals reform
them? Several new members will be
initiated that evening, using the lyceum
ritual. Ihis will be very interesting.
A LONG FALL,
A serious accident occurred at the
new hotel Green annex, which is in
process of erection, this morning.
L. Leedham, one oi the brick masons
employed on tbe building, was at work
on the northeast wall, which at present
is about 40 feet high, when in leaning
over to put a brick in place he lost his
balance and fell to tbe ground, striking
on the stone curb, his head and arms
receiving the shock. One arm was
broken, and there were several severe
wounds on the head and face.
The wonnded man was at once re
moved to bis boarding honse on tbe
corner of Maringa and Arcadia streets,
and tbe services of Dr. McAllister, as
sisted by Dr. Viall, called upon and the
patient made as comfortable as possible.
It is difficult to tell at present how seri
ous the wounds may prove, as Mr.
Leedham has not recovered conscious
ness for any length oi time, but the
physicians are of the opinion that he
THAT FOBSIIAY CASH.
Tbe case of Frank Forshay, charged
with attempt to commit robbery, came
up for examination before Rocorder Res
etter this morning at 10 o'clock. Judge
Utley, assisted by Benjamin Habn, con
ducted the prosecution, while the de
fendant was represented by W. S.
The question of tbs jurisdiction of the
court to try the case was Drought up the
first thing, and a motion to dismiss upon
this ground was overruled by tbe court.
LOS ANGELES IIERALDt SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 18. 1893.
A demurrer was also entered and also
overruled. Judge Utley then gave the
defense an important surprise by mov
ing that tbe charge of attempt to com
mit robbery be changed to a Straight
charge of robbery.
The case was then by mutual consent
postponed until Tuesday morning next,
at 9 o'clock; meanwhile tbe defendant is
held in $600 bonds.
MONTHLY SCHOOL REPORT.
Following is the report of the public
schools lor the month ending June 16th,
as submitted by Supervising Principal
J. D. Graham:
Number of holidays, 1; number days
taught, 19; whole number days attend
ance, 22,052; number days absences,
1078; whole number tardinesses, 70;
whole number enrolled on register—
boys, 623; girls, 650; total, 1273; average
number belonging, 1217; average daily
attendance, 1161; percentage of attend
ance on average number belonging, 95;
number carried over from previous
month—boys, 614; girls, 643; total,
1257; number of old pupils re-entered—
boys, 5; girls, 4; total, 9; number re
ceived by transfer —boys, 0; girls, 3;
total, 3; number of new pupils admitted
—boye, 4; girls, 0; total, 4: number vis
its —trustees, 24; superintendent, 15;
patrons, 258; teachers, 95; others, 184;
By special request Or. Conger will
preach upon tbe Dr. Briggs' heresy case
at the Universalis! church' tomorrow
morning. Elder Garvin will occupy his
pulpit as usual, at the Christian church,
corner Fair Oaks and Mary, tomorrow
at the 3 o'clock Y. M. C. A. meeting.
Dr. J. R Townsend will deliver an ad
dress in Strong's ball. A special musical
service will be given.
The Christian Alliance will hold its
regnlar Sunday afternoon meeting on
North Los Roblee avenne at 3 o'clock.
Dr. and Mrs. W". B. Berry of River
side, who have been stopping at tbe Ar
thur house, left for Swifzsr's camp this
morning. They expect to spend the
The death of George Tineey occurred
this morning at 8:30. Funeral services
will be held from the home on Peach
place and DeLacy avenue on Monday at
2 p. m.
Hutchina Bros.' window displays the
handsome collection of medals which
are to be awarded the fortunate winners
of the Throep field day events.
A numbsr of frisnda of Mr. and Mre.
J. H. Woodworth gave them a very
pleasant surprise party last svening,
winding up the delightful affair by pre
senting them with a handsome silver
The funeral of Sidney B. Johnson,
whose death occurred in San Bernarnino
on the 15th instant, took place today
from the residence of hia son-in-law J.
W. Button on Ellis street.
The Shakspeare club met yeaterday at
tbe conservatory of opera rooms for the
last time this season, an interesting
programme was rendered.
The members of tbe facnlty of the
high echool gave a very pleasing recep
tion to the graduating class and a few
friends. On Thursday evening next the
alumni society holds ita annual recep
tion at the Balmoral hotel. Numeroue
lnvitationa have been issued and a de
lightful evening is anticipated.
Pasadena oflioe of tbe Hnu.n, No. SO East
Colorado street. Advertisements and subscrip
KKRCHOFF-CTJZNER Mill and Lumber Co.,
corner Broadway anp Kansas streets.
Elocutionary Department's Annual Re
XJNivaRSiTy, Jane 17. —The annual re
cital of the elocutionary department ol
tbe University took place last Friday
evening in the college chapel. The stu
dents of this department under tbe
professorship of H. W. Outnminge were
accorded places on tbe programme ac
cording to merit.
The rostrum of the chapel was lavish
ly decorated. A bank of evergreen
capped with palm leaves stood as a back
ground, out from which a statue of
Venus and a bust of Athena stood in re
lief. Flowers of red and ivy vines
twined about the pedestals of the class
ical personages. Tbe honse was well
filled by an appreciative audience.
The programme begnn with the piano
solo First Moment of Greig Sonata, by
Miss Blanche Rogers. Little Georgie
Holley recited The Newsboy. The Up
lifted Hand was spoken by Miss Mil
dred Hannis. Master Glidden gave an
oration, very short and amusing which
ran something like this: Columbns was
great, Washington was great, but here
is a gr(e)ater, holding up sample of that
nseful domestic utensil.
Miss Rogers then rendered a cornet
solo. Mr. Maurice Walton recited in a
fitting manner the Irish dialect piece,
Shamus O'Brien. Miss Fannie Bristnr
delivered a sketch from Longfellow's
Hiswatha, sntitled The Famine, in a
dramatic and touching manner. Miss
Leila Dillsrd sang Farewell, as a vocal
solo. Ray Oogewell recited the Euro
pean Guides scene, irom Mark Twain's
Miss Minnie Cook soliloquized on
romantic Parisian romance as the sweet
piano strains aoundsd upon the air irom
behind the scenes. Aux Italiennes was
Mr. Clyde Mort recited a serio-comic
piece entitled the Subscription List, a
scene laid in an Irish chapel.
Tbe tracic piece, the Polish Boy, was
well rendered at the hands of Miss Lou
Mr. John Gray took the inception
scene between Cassius and Brutus in
Shakespeare's Julius Csesar. Aocoutered
in tbe old Roman senator's costume, he
impersonated the actions of those two
ancient statesmen in a befitting manner.
Hia delivery waa also good.
Miaa Mabel Briator recited the adven
tures of the country girl who, having at
tended a city eeminary and acquired the
artistic language, returns to the farm,
and ita results.
The final piece waa recited by Georgie
Holley, who bid tbe audience Good
Night. The recital was the best of the
The regular commencement exercises
of tbe University of Southern California
will begin this morning. The day's pro
9:30 a. m., Students' Annnal Love Feast—Ar
lstnt linn hall
11:00 a. m., Baccalaureate Sermon, President
J. P. Wldney—College chapjl.
7:45 p. m , Annutl Sermon, J. W. Campbell
D. I).—first 11. E. church, Loi Angeles.
Instead of being a Sigmi Chi fete on
Friday evening, June 9th, aa stated
heretofore, we are informed it was a Pan-
Hellenic reception ; also that yon cor
respondent waa misinformed in regard
to aome particulars of tbe trouble which
occurred the same evening. The college
authorities are striving to do justice to
Dr.O. A. Rogera of Bakerafield and his
brother, 0. 0. Rogers, from the east, are
visiting the doctor'a family, on Thirty
The Rostrum, onr college paper, sus
pended publication for the vacation
months with yesterday's issue.
Old Nell, as tbe old college bell over
which the students have a friendly
rivalry for the maetery of, but which ap
pears in the dead of night with its
dreadful clangor about once a year, made
its appearance Friday night, in the pos
session of the Sigmi Chi Greek frater
nity. It was not captured by tbe op
The Athens Literary society of the
college presented tbe two graduates of
thst society, Misses Minnie Cook and
Ellen Emery, with their society diplo
mas. The anniversary of this society
will take place on Wednesday evening
next, st which Rsv. Geo. W. White will
deliver a lecture on the Black Napoleon.
Mias Grace Orne, who has been ill for
some weeks paat, died at the home of
her sister, several miles aouth of town,
Leroy D. Brown, tbe newly elected
superintendent of ichoole of Log Angelei
city, .pent Friday viliting tbe University
public school and taking in tbe year's
A debate on the question, Resolved,
tbat there should be an educational
qualification for the right of suffrage in
the United Btates, has been arranged
between the Aristotelian literary society
of the University in this place and the
Pomona college society,which shall take
place on November 17, 1893. Pomona is
to take the affirmative of tbe question,
the U. S. 0. the negative. R. G. Van
Cleve and L. R. Garrett have been
elected orators in behalf of the U. S. 0.,
with E. M. Pallette and W. H. Pinney
Closing of the Marble Works nnd How
Fay Checks Were leaned,
Colton, Jnne 17.—The closing down
of the Colton marble works on Slover
mountain was a surprise to many who
were not on the inside of financial cir
cles. It was the custom of tbe company
to pay the men on the 15th of tbe
month up to the first, holding back half
a month's wages, but Wednesday morn
ing, the 14th, tbe men were told to come
to the office at noon for their pay. They
were also informed that the works
would be closed for a few days. At noon
tbe men signed the pay-roll and received
checks on the Riverside Banking com
pany, which had failed that morning,
for their wages up to date. On reaching
town, as was their usual cnstom, they
presented the checks for payment at the
Colton bank and were surprised to find
tbat the institution on which their
cheoks were drawn had closed its doors.
For a short time there was considerable
excitement, but the feeling soon cooled
down and the men are now awaiting de
velopments. Mr. C. U'Ren, when in
terviewed, gave the following version of
"Some months ago Hubbard & IT'Ren
leased tbe marble works. The Riverside
Banking company have helped ns in car
rying on the work. About 9 o'clock
Wednesday morning Li L. Dyer came to
me and said: 'Mia9 E. O. Dyer requests
you to issue checks to the men today in
stead of tomorrow up to date.' I did
not know the bank was closed until 2
o'clock tbat afternoon. I signed the
checks 'U'Ren & Co.' The checks used
to be signed 'U'Ren & Hubbard.' W.
L. Hubbard withdrew a month ago, and
I signed the checks U'Ren & Co. for my
self alone, although Mr. Hubbard is
really a part of the firm, as we have not
yet settled the accounts. The total
amount of checks issued waa about
$1300. I shall take up the checks my
self as fast aa I can raise the money un
less they are previously paid by the
bank. I expect to resume work with a
small force in tbe morning."
The stopping of the works is a serioui
loss to the men, and It is hoped aorne ar
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TO ALL PATIENTS AND
FOR ALL DISEASES.
Regarding the $5 rate to all patients and for
all diseases, two things should bo made clear.
(1) That the object of the IJS rate la not to da
coy patients to tbe offices, and on one pretext
or another extort more money from these. (£)
That the cause of the tfo rate doee not lie in the
necessity of supporting a desperate cause, bnt
that it is made for the simple purpose of dem
onstrating at once to all who are interested the
superior skill of Pre. De Monco and Sapp. The
$5 rate is to all patients and for all diseases.
It Includes medicines, consultation, examina
tion and treatment, and nnCer no dream
stances will a larger fee be charged.
To the true phystcian, whose heart is tn the
right place, there is a sense of satisfaction ia
relieving human suffering and producing cares
that is vastly paramount to the fee he receives.
Money alone cannot recompense a ohysieiau
for the attention to every detail ami the con
stent, watchful care of a long battle with dis
ease, it is tne splendid result achieved and
the hearty "Clod bless you" of the pattest
which bri-gsthat feeling of satisfaction to the
physician that money alone cannot bring.
Drs. De Monco and Bapp recognise tße right
of those interested in determining the value of
their claims to have an opportunity at a small
expense of seeing for tnemseivei the difference
between the real and the pretended, the genu
ine and the faxe.
Trnsty Lieutenant, Mr. B. B. Smith,
Postmaster at Pomona, Cat.,
Makes a Strong Statement.
Among all tho woll-known olttsens of Po
mona none are batter o: mora favorably known
than Mr. £. B. Smith, Postmaster.
MR. E. B. SMITH.
The following statement made by Mr. Bmth
carries weight with it. and will be good news
to his many friends. He says:
"I suffered for years from chronic catarrh of
the head, nose and throat, and daring the past
year tbe trouble became very much worse. I
had intense pains through my head, and some
times roaring and ringing sounds that would
almost make me wild. My hearing was so
much affected ihat It caused ma considerable
annoyance. My nose was always stopped up
with large hard lamps. There was a continual
discharge of mucous into my throat, and in the
mornings it wonld cause me to hawk and spit
until I was almost exhausted. I had severe
pains through my chest and under my should
ers. I could not sleep well at night, and wonld
get up in the morning feeling bat little re
"I have been nnder the oaro of Dr. De Monco
and associates b it a short time, and I have not
felt so well for years. I sleep well, pains have
all left me, and my hoariug is wonderfully Im
"I am very well pleased, Indeed, and I am
glad to give my statement, li I can be of any
benefit to the public."
MR. C. fj. BROWS,
Foreman of). Jtt'. Sp"enc6&C6.,Man
nfacturin? Confectioners, 2*2
East First Street, Says:
I had been ailllotid with oatarrh of the
bladder for Hive, yo ir« or more, aud had been
treated by prominent physicians, b)th of this
state and WisUlnsrtou, bat with no relief. Dur
ing this time 1 hod suffered terribly both night
ond day, so much so that I was scarcely able to
sle»patall. Life-wan indeed a burden to me,
and f hHd about given up all hopes of ever get
ting any relief, wheat was induced to go to
Dr. De Monco aud Associates aud put myself
nnder their care.
I am now happy to say that I gradually im
proved unde iholr skillful treatment. I have
had uo symptoms whatever of the painful and
disagreeable dlatttse for sometime and I feel
that I am entirely cured.
I eat well, sleep well, and feel wall, and I
choorlully recommend Dr. De Monco and Asso
ciates as honest, conscientious and skillful
physicians. Yours Sincerely,
C H. BROWN.
iii Fremont Avenue.
Under tho now .ysiem patients treating by
mail have the advantage of a careful and ac
curate diagnosis, with watchf Jl attention paid
ta the details of every case, and medicines
specially preosred for each individual patient,
wlih the constant alvtco of skillful anil suc
Send four cents iv stamps ror Question
$5 a Month for all diseases,
Medicines free. Apply before
Permanency, Education, Experience,
Honesty, and Skill Is the Founda
tion on Which Tliey Build.
The De Monco Medical Institute,
Located Permanently In tha Newell and
Kader Itulldlne. Knout* S,
4, 0, a aud 10,
ISHX SOUTH BROADWAY
DRS. DE MONCO AND SAPP,
9PEIIA'.T(Es: Oata-rh and all diseases of
the Her, lye, Throat and Langs, Nervous Die
eases, dkiu Diseases, Chronto Diseases.
9to 11 a, m„ 2 to A p. ta. 7 to s p. m.
Sunday: It to 11 a. m.
I. T. MARTI N~
jjSBKSSSKSSt New and Second-hand
Carpets, Matting ana
aJsF-l'rices low for cash, or will cell on In
stulluents. Tel. 9B*. p o. Box 921.
4151 BQUTH SPRING 3T
kingsley & Barnes,
VISITING CARDS, ETC.
211 New High Street, Fulton Block,
Near Franklin street, ground floor. Tel. 417.
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