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Weather Bnreau.
Reportof observations taken at Los Angeles
July 27. 1893:
a m.
p. m.
Maximum temperature, 82.
Minimum temperature, 58.
. Indications.
Fosecut for "Southsrn California: Fair
weather; statlomry temperature; westerly
winds.
Attorney F. W. Burnett of the late
firm of Burnett & Gibbon, has taken
offices in the Bryson block.
The High School and Woodbury Busi
ness College baseball teams will play a
match game at the Firat-street grounds
thie afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
The newly appointed special police
officers .will be examined at 10 a.m. and
2 p.m. on July 28th, at the police sta
tion, by Police Surgeon Bryant.
There are undelivered telegrama at the
Western Union telegraph office, cor
ner of Court and Main streets, for
Henry Jones, Charles W. Rice, John
Tanner.
Yesterday a permit waa taken oat by
A. E. Meeeerly and othera for the erec
tion of a large steam laundry. The
building will be placed on Los Angelea
street between Seventh and Eighth .mil
will occupy a Bpace 100x150 feet. The
building will represent an expenditure
of about $5000, and the interior, which
will be fitted with the best aud most re
cently improved machinery, will coat
an additional amount of $10,000.
A team attached to a hack ran away
at the Arcade depot yesterday and col
lided with the iron fence surrounding
the big palm tree. The hack was over
turned and the driver was thrown from
hie box but he pluckily caught the
horses and held them, while an athletic
young mart, one of the train dispatchers,
assisted the people in the carriage,
three, a little girl and a man, out of
tbeir perilous position through the win
dow.
Natlck House.
Popular prices, central location, good
service. Only hotel running its own
free bus to and from depots. Day rates
$1.25, $1.50 and $2; meals, 25 cents.
Oorner Main and First streets, entrance
on First street. H. A. Hart & Sons,
proprietors.
World's Fair Columbian Bdltlon Illus
trated Herald.
This beautiful publication printed on
the finest book paper, ia now on sale by
all the news dealers and at the Herald
business office. It contains 48 pages of
information about Sonthern California
and over 50 illustrations. Aa a publica
tion to send to eastern friends it has
never been equalled. Price 15 cents in
wrappers.
SB.IO 4-0.
It took a little time to convince the
public tbat the Keating wheel is tbe
peer of any other make —proof—Jen-
kins made the best time on a Keating
wheel out of 60 starters in the Santa
Monica road race.
Buy them from Hawley, King & 00.
Her Decks Are Cleared.
The great live-masted schooner, Gov,
Ames, now at Redondo wharf, will be
opened to the public on Sunday, and the
Douglas Military band will give a fine
concert on ber deck. Tbe Santa Fe has
made arrangements to carry the people.
Only 50 cente for the round trip.
Places to visit.
The Santa Fe, on Saturday and Sun
day, will sell round trip tickets to San
Diego for $3.50. To Bedondo or Santa
Monica for 50 cents,tickets good return
ing Monday. Go to the beach and enjoy
a pleasant day.
Hotel Metropole, Catalina Island-
Enlarged. American and European
filans. Fine orchestra. Fishing, boat-
Dg, bathing. For rates apply to J. J.
Martin, manager, or 130 West Second
street, Los Angeles.
810 Howard
For any caee of dandruff or falling hair
that one bottle of Smith's Dandruff
Pomade faila to cure. At Off & Vaugh'e,
corner Fourth and Spring streets.
Dr. «.. del Amo,
Spanish vice-consul, haß removed hiß
office to the Wells-Fargo building, cor
ner Third and Main streets.
Ofiice hours, 2 to 4 p.m.
Down to the Beach.
Fifty cents over the Santa Fe, Satur
day or Sunday, for the round trip. The
•sUActions will be grand.
On behalf of the widow and family of
tbe late Gaetav Karpe, I desire to ex
tend sincere thanks to the Knights
Templars of this city and to the many
kind friends who assisted in this our
time of sorrow, and whose sympathy
was so liberally extended to us.
W. G. Karpe.
Music Hall theater next week, The
Octoroon. Everything firsVclaee, com
pany, scenery, music aud mechanical
effects. Popular prices.
Buffalo Lithia., Woollacott, agent.
B. D. List, notary public. Legal papers rare
lully drawn. 127 W. Second; telephono 105.
Kast India Herb Tea Cures
Constipation, biliousness aad head-eche,
cleanses the system, stimulates the liver and
kidueys, makes uew blood. Entirely vegeta
ble. Sample In .-. H, M. SALE & BON, agents,
220 Bouth Spring street.
Largest Stock or Fruits and Vegetables
At lowest prices. Raspberries, blackberries
and strawberries, cheap by crate for canning
at Althouse Btos.', 105 W. First street. Tele
phone 'SOS.
We take pleasure in announcing that we are
now iully prepared to do all kinds oi glass
beveling, and manufacture all kinds of French
plate mirrors. Old aud damaged mirrors re
silvered. All work guaranteed. H. Raphael's:
Co., lis a nd 110 South Spring at.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
TUB SOLLSNBSOK.
R. R. Richardson, Arizona; M Its Ef. Johnson,
Pasadena: A. L. Lovelace, eon Frauoiseo; Mr
and Mrs. F. B. ilanscom, Mis. M. K. Ricket. Mr.
Ud Mrs. Nancer, Ferris: J. Hibernian. Wilcox;
P. K. Herscbel, Peoiia; A, A. Caldwell, J. F.
Ferry, Ban Francisco: John Eaves, cants. Bar
bara; C. H. Hedge, Rediands; Join Millziie-,
Ban Francisco; Geo Garat.r, Chicago: A 11.
Cdrgill, Brookshurßt; J. Scobln, Ban Francisco:
J. D. Davis, Princeton: A. F. Kinzliv, Mrs. V
Kinzler, 3&u >'rauci«co: Mrs. A. C. Austin. H.
M. YeriiißtoD, city; Mr. and Mr«.
T. Sutl'jin Tal er, New York; S.
C. Brown, Chicago: Dr. Johnson, Williams;
It. J. Stanton, Prescott: Ed Casey. San Fran
Cisco; H. J.. Wyle, Ch-leaso: A. Major, Kansa-
City; W. B. Waruer, Hartford; to. A. Slid,
1. Reid, Boston; James W«re, Han ll>rnar linn;
W. 8. Funk. Kansas City; Charles Baitle:\ J.
O. Gaillck, Pomona.
MEMORANDA.
Fifty cents, round trip, Terminal rail
way. Long Beach and San Pedro. Good
going Saturday and Sanday, returning
Monday. Fine fishing from long wharf.
Long Beacb. Finest bathing on tbe
coast at Long Beach and Terminal le
land. One ticket takes yon to both
places. Good rowing and Bailing at San
Pedro.
Cne thousand dollars reward for any
sewing machine that will do as great a
range of work, doing it as easily if as
well, as can be done on the Advance
Davie, of Vertical Feed Davie sewing
machine. For particulars call at the
Davis office, 128 South Main etreet.
Mr. S. Reinhart, late proprietor of the
Arcade Depot hotel ef thie city, takes
pleasure in informing hie many friends
and patrons tbat he haa rented the Ar
cadia hotel, Santa Monica, and will open
tbe came Jnly let, thoroughly reno
vated and newly equipped.
If you want to enjoy the cool, balmy
breezes of California go to the pouches'
of the Bellevue Terrace hotel, and take
comfort. Summer rates, $9.00 per week,
in large, oateide, cool rooms. Table one
of the belt in the city.
Dr. Charles deSzigethy is now located
in tbe Bryson-Bonebrake block. Resi
dence, Baker block. Office hoars, 11:30
to 3:30. Sundays and evenings by ap
pointment. Office telephone, 1156; res
idence telephone, 1050.
Qo to Ebinger's restaurant; beet
French dinner and order house in the
city. Everything first-class. Attentive
white waiters. No Chinese employed.
Don't forget the place, southwestTcorner
Third and Spring.
11. C. Liohtenberger'e art emporium,
107 N. "lain Btreet, is headqoarters for
pictures, frames, mouldings and artists'
materials. Only first-clase goods sold.
Sole agent for the celebratedd Soule
photograph.
(io to the Original Bakery apd Lunch
and Oyster parlors, 113 West Kirat atreet,
for an excellent cap of coffee. Try the
Original. Open day and night. Ladies'
private rooms. Strawberry shortcake a
specialty.
Lawn tennie shoes, any eize, 65c; car
pet slippers, men's or ladies', 35c; fine
light men's shoes for the season, $2.50,
at the cheapest piaco on earth for boots
and shoes, 118 Eaet First street. rWjsj
For rent—The finest offices in tbe city,
single or en suite, in the apartments oc
cupied by the United States army head
qoarters, in the Bryson block. Apply
to agent, room 15, came block.
Framed pictures at Sanborn, Vail it
Co.'c, 133 P. Spring street. Anyone de
siring pictures should see our display.
Framed pictures from $1.50 up. Etch
ings, $2 4 up, finely framed.
2Uatid all others needing lumber,
won Id say that we have reduced prices
and should be pleased to give yoa
figurea on your lumber bill. Wilamette
L. Co., 204 S. Spring.
Get your art material at Sanborn, Vail
& Co.'a, 133 S. Spring street. Outfits in
oil, water color, china colore complete;
also, full line of sketching outfits.
Prices reasonable.
The annual Methodist camp meeting
at Long Beach July 28th to August 6tb.
Take Terminal railway. Fare 50 cents
Saturday and Sunday, good returning
Monday.
A new lot of the popular Berlin photo
graphs from the paintings of great mas
ters of American and European artists
at Sanborn, Vail & Co.'s, 133 S. Spring
Btreet.
Deposit yonr Mexican dollars and all
kinds oi old eilver at the silversmiths
and draw oat new spoons, forks, etc.
Always open. Basement Times building.
When at Banta Monica go to Bellevue
cottage, Ocean avenue. Superb ocean
view. Beet of table board ; meals served
transients. Mra. C. W. Stewart, prop.
Illich'a restaurant. 145 and 147 North
Main street. Everything new and first
class. Private apartments. Freeh fish,
oysters and game daily. Open all night.
Mre. A. Mendenhall, hairdressing and
manicuring, 107 North. Spring Btreet,
rooms 24, 25 and 26, Shumacher block.
Shampooing done at residence if desired.
To save time, money and much suffer
ing, take Arabian Headache Powders.
It is the best and safest remedy yet dis
covered for headache and neuralgia.
A great reduction of fine tailoring.
Only a few tickets left to the bicycle to
be given away by Korn & Kantrowitz,
the Broadway tailors, 214 S. Broadway.
Littleboy'e pharmacy is thoroughly
reliable. Prices have been reduced.
Take your prescriptions there to be
filled. No. 311 South Spring Btreet.
The only Keeley Institute in Southern
California is at Riverside. The Los An
gelea office is at rooms 64 and 65, New
Wilson block.
For tbe choicest kinds of meats call
on Louis Streuber, 138 North Main
Btreet; telephone 160. Orders promptly
attended to.
Adams Bros., dentists, 239 1 - South
Spring street. Painless filling and ex
tracting. Best sets of teeth from $6
to 110.
Dr. Rebecca Lee Dorsey, 114 S. Spring
etreet. Hours, Ito 5 p.m. Diseases of
women and children. Telephone 1227.
For a good table wine,order our Sonoma
Zinfandel at SOc pergal. T. Vacbe&Co.,
cor. Commercial and Alameda. Tel. 309.
Dr. Joseph Kurtz and Dr. Carl Kurtz,
physicians and surgeons, have removed
their offices to 147 South Main Btreet.
Dr. A. Z. Valla, physician and surgeon.
Office and residence, 126 North Main,
new McDonald block; telephone 284.
Bear in mind our ticket to Catalina
entitles holder to free camping ground
and water. 130 West Second street.
Go to Arrowhead Hot Springs for your
summer outing. The famous mountain
resort of Southern California.
Elegant and commodious rooms, rea
sonable rates, at tae Ramona, corner
Third and Spring streets.
Senour's floor paint dries hard over
night. U. R. Bowers & Sons, agents,
420 South Spring street.
Largo variety of choice lunch and pic
nic goods at Hanna, Burch & Danskin,
218 Spring.
G. A. DobinsoM has removed to room
1, Bryeon block, corner Spring and
Second.
Pianos for sale, rent, tnning and re
pairing. A. G, Gardner, 222 S. Los An
gelee et.
The Windermere in Santa Monica,
Ocean avenue, has been enlarged and is
vow ready for summer boarders.
Dr. K. D. Wiee, office 226 South Spring
street. Office hours from Btoloa. m.
and 2t05 p. m. Telephone 346.
Southern California headquarters for
Kndam'e Microbe Killer, 606 Spring st.
S. Conrsdi, watch repairing and dia
mond setting. Spring and Franklin.
Everything in music line at Darant's
uew music store, 233 South Spring.
Ladies' Turkish baths, 230 South Main
dtreet; open week days only.
H. C. Royer, M. D. Offices, 230 South
Main street; hours, 10 to 4.
Insure with A. C. Golsb, 147 South
Broadway.
LOS ANGELES TIERALDt FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1893.
WILL HUNT BIG GAME.
LOS ANGELES HPOItTSHEN OFF TO
MONTANA WILDS.
They Will Hunt Blk, Blooee and Orla
aly Bear In a Region That
I« Fall of Adven
ture.
Wednesday at 2 o'clock three gentle
men left this city, bound for the wildcat
recesses of the wildest aection in the
country, where they propose to remain
for several months. Tbeir object ie tbe
search of big game, with all the excite
ment incidental to finding it. They are
Mr. Sherman Powell and Mr. Max Wer
ner of Loa Angeles, and Mr. Henry
Keller of Santa Monica.
The intended trip is through a part of
Montana and into the center of Idaho.
It ia accompanied with many hardships,
but when the destination ie reached
tbey are fully rewarded for all of their
labors. The trip to the objective point
occupies eight daya, and carries one into
a section ac remote from civilization and
the outside world as though located upon
a modern isle of Patmos. The section to
be viaited ie the Bitter Root mountains,
a western spur of the Rockies.
The party will go to the town of Mis
soula, which ia a little northwest of the
central part of Montana. Here tbey
will be joined by their guide, W. H.
Wright, who will have the pack train in
readiness. The party propose to re
- main in the wilds for two months at
least, and ara compelled to take suffi
cient provisions and ediblee to last dur
ing the entire time. An idea of tbe
quantity of atufl' that ia required can be
gained from the single item of 350
pounds of flour. Each member of the
party will be provided with a riding
boree, wbich, together witb the pack
animate, will make a train of 20 boreee.
After leaving Missoula the route wilr
be eouthwest. into the Bitter Root
mountains. They will travel through
the Bitter Root valley for two milea,
crossing Bitter Root river, finally strik
ing Lou Lou creek, wbich they will fol
low to its source. They will then be at
tbe summit of the Bitter Root moun
tains, the elevation being 7000 feet.
From this point they take the old
government trail, made by General
Howard in 1876, following it for three
days. The trail will then be left and
the Clearwater river in Idaho crossed.
The course ia then changed to the south,
in the direction of the National park,
and ie followed for 50 miles.
Moose, elk and bear country ie gradu
ally approached along this route. A
large number of lakea and marshes are
aleo encountered. The moose are found
among the marshes, while the bear
abound further on and the elk still fur
ther south.
Many remains of Indian corrals and
various other ruins are found, and on
the side of one of the mountains are the
whitened bones of Indians and soldiers,
who fought a terrible battle ln 1876.
At the end of the 50 miles tbe bear
region is reached, and tbe party propose
to devote the first two weeks to hunting
the grizzly, as the berries are then ripe
and the bears are continually out forag
ing.
After depleting the species of the
monarch of the mountains the party will
then go 25 miles further south, ana will
then be in the elk country.
Mr. Sherman Powell was seen by a
Herald representative yesterday in re
gard to the trip. Mr. Powell is a hunter
of wide and long experience, having
traveled and hunted in nearly every
section on the coast for the past 13
years. In addition to the route of tbe
trip he also spoke in regard to some of
tbe details.
"I made the same trip last year,"
said Mr. Powell, ''and am acquainted
to some extent witb what we will en
counter. The country there is very
wild, and in my opinion will always be
co.
"While game is not plentiful any
where in the country, it abounds in that
in as frreat numbers as any place of
which I know. The big game, elk,
moose and bear, are our objects. There
will ajso be quantities of, deer encoun
tered during the first part of tbe trip,
but they are not found as we penetrate
further south.
"Toe mountains are from 6000 to 9000
feet in height and in many places rise
perpendicularly to tbe top. Goats
abound in numbers and can be seen
readily from the valleys, standing high
above on the rocks overhead.
"The small game abounds in profu
sion. It is an easy task to have chick
en for every meal. The grouse and sage
hens being in such numbers that they
can be killed with a stick almost.
"There are a great many lakes and
streams where tbe fish seem packed
solid. Last year two of the party caught
450 trout in an hour. They are the reg
ular mountain variety and will bite at
anything. Many weigh three pounds
and ovor.
"Our expenses will be $.'SO apiece. A
guide is essential to venture any dis
tance into that country and there iB but
one other beside ours.
"We will return some time in Octo
ber."
TERMINAL RAILWAY
Train Service for Bablo Canyon and
Echo Mountain.
Saturdays, 9a. in., 1:25, 4, 6:30 p. m.
Grand illumination, music and enter
tainment Saturday evening. Last train
leaves canon at 9:40 p. m.
Sundays, 9. 10:30 a. m., 1:25, 4, 6:25
p. m. Sacred concert Sunday afternoon
at pavilion. Last train leaveß canon at
6:20 p.m.
ME NO RAN DA,
Take the Terminal railway 5:15 train
Saturday evening or Ba. m. train Sun
day, making close connections with the
eteamer Hermosa, for Catalina. Fare,
round trip, $2.50.
Piano to exchange for a buggy horse.
A. G. Gardner, 223 South Los Angelej
street.
Fitzhenry ia selling shoes at almost
coat lor 30 days. 255 South Spring S',,
Howry & Bresee, Broadway unde rtak
erß. "Independent of the trust."
Londonderry Water. Woollacot';, ag't.
Our Home Brew.
Maier & Zobslein's lager, fresh from the
brewery, on draught ln ail the prin slpal sa
loons, delivered promptly iv bottles or kegs.
Office and brewery, 444 Allso street. Tele
phone 91.
Paper Hangers,
You can buy at cost at Kekstrom & Btrasburg's
closing out sale.
Wagon umbrellas, summer lap d'uteri. Foy's
old Tillable sadJlcry house, 315 N. Los Augeles.
f;SO envelopes, 50c; 'A rm writ) ag papor, 25c
Langsladter, -14 W. .Second, Hoi leubeck hotel
Usk German Family Soap.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report
ABSOLiITESvY PURE
THAT LAND DECISION.
Tha Importunes or tha Decision Pub
lished Yesterday by the Herald.
The Herald yesterday publiahed a
verbatim report of an elaborate opinion
by Judge Roaa in overruling the demur
rer in the caae of the Southern Pacific
railroad va. .Juana C. Araiza, in the
United Statea court; which involves
over a million acres of land and affects
come 1400 settlers in Central and South
ern California.
Many attorneys in Loa Angeloa, Fres
no and Visalia took part in the Araiza
caee, which waa regarded as a teat case,
for upon ita iate many other cases
hinged.
The Araiia case ia looked upon aa tbe
biggeßt victory ever won by the South
ern Pacific railroad in tbe courts in thie
part of tbe etate.
Joseph D. Redding, Esq., chief solic
itor for the land department of the
Southern Pacific, had exclusive manage
ment ( and control of tbe caee for the
railroad; Senator Stephen M. White, J.
H. Call, Del Valle & Munday. Short &
Meserve and Judge Wallace of Visalia,
and many other attorneys represented
Araiza and kindred interests.
The decision has created something of
a sensation in railroad and legal circles,
and the enterprise of the Hkbald wae
generally commented upon in publish
ing in full co important a matter and
one which concerns nearly everyone in
Southern California.
CLINE'S CLEVER CAPTURE
THE SHERIFF XI NS DOWN A YBN-
ICR*. BIGAMIST.
llow a Handsome Young; German from
Dayton Deceived a San Fernando
Girl, and the Manner ot
His Capture-
Photography is undoubtedly one of
the greatest inventions of the age. Be
ing aware of thie. Sheriff Cline added
some of his cunning, and the result is
that a bigamist has been captured and
his last wife released from a life of pri
vations.
Two years ago Frank Knhen, a fine
ooking young German, came to South
ern California and expressed an inten
tion of opening a restaurant or saloon.
He came from Dayton, Ohio, but shortly
after his arrival, falling into hard luck,
he was compelled to hire out as a har
vester to a Ventura rancher.
While working in this position he be
came acquainted with a Miss Kirby,
who ia the niece of a well-known capi
talist of San Fernando. The acq us n
tance ripened into love, and last April
the two were joined in ma r riage.
Almost at once after the ceremony
Ruben became moody and irritable, and
treated *his young wife with severity.
He was at the same time corresponding
with a woman in Dayton, 0., named
Rika Kuhen, whom he claimed teas his
sister. J
As the months rolled by the husband's
actions became so abusive tbat his
young wife was compelled to leave him,
and she sought protection from ber
uncle in San Fernando.. 'Aft, however,
never suspected that t/ie wqman in
Dayton, 0., was other Man a sister to
her husdand, and tee uncle was
of the same opinion. He
accidently ran /across Sheriff
Cline, and both helms; old friends, he
told the sheriff thf> story. Ctine'B sus
picions were at once excited, and he
hied himself to a photographers and
procuring an ouV&t and assistant depart
ed for Ventura county. He stated that
he was collecting views of the section
for the world's fair, and in the course of
time arrived «vt the ranch where Kuhen
was employed. There he was struck
with tbe appearance of tbe mammoth
harvesting machine and asked tbe lib
erty to take a picture of one with tbe
men gionped around it. He wae care
ful to so manage that Kuhen made one
of ths group. The shutter of the camera
snapped and the portraits of all present
were transferred to tho plate. Then
the sheriff abandoned his world's fair
project. He returned to Los Angeles
and the .irst oat-going mail carried a
package Lo tbe chief of police of
Dayton, Ohio, asking that if any
of the men in the enclosed picture
could be identified as Frank Kuhen, a
full account ot his business relations
and p st life in Dayton waa desired.
When the reply reached this city it
was fr.uod that the supposed sister,
Rika Kuhen, was' in reality the man's
wife f.nd that she,during her husband's
absence, was conducting a restaurant in
Dayton owned by him.
Sheriff Cline at once filed a complaint
in Ventura county, charging Kunen
with bigamy. Kuhen, in the mean
while, had become suspicious, and sud
denly disappeared from his accustomed
haunts. The sheriff's blood was up,
he wever, and with a trusted deputy he
w aa hot on the trial.
The chase was a long one, but the
German was arrested yesterday morning
i n Sacramento by Chief of Police Rogers
'jhrough telegrams and descriptions sent
out by Sheriff Cline, and he will be
brought back and tried for bis crime.
Hiß original wife was in a bad way
when ehe heard of her husbands escap
ade, but she has proved equal to the
occasion, has sent back her marriage
certificate and her husband's recent let
ters in addition to a message tbat she
will voluntarily come on and appear as
awitneßß against him. The second Mrs.
Kuhen is to be congratulated on her es
cape from Bach a brute of a husband.
Tbe I.a'lies.
The pleasant effect and perfect (safety
with which ladiee may use the Califor
nia liquid laxative Syrup of Figs, under
all conditions, makes it their favorite
remedy. To Ret the true and genuine
article, look for the name of the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup company, printed near
the bottom of the package.
BlfX Cut
In pricea of shoes for 30 days. Fitz
henry'a, 255 South Spring street.
SOWERKROWT.
7-22 ly
SUPREME COURT.
A Number of Opinions Which Were) Bl
etved Yesterday.
The following opinions were received
from tbe supreme conrt yeaterday for
filing in tbia city:
Exceleior Paving company, respond
ent, vi. Emily M. Pierce, appellant—
Upon the authority of Brown vb. Jenka,
No. 14,014, opinion filed March 27, 1893,
(5 Oal. Dec. 112) the judgment and or
der denying a new trial are reveraed.
Brown, reapondent, vb. White et al.,
appellants—Judgment reveraed upon
came authority.
Brown, respondent, vs. Parker et al.,
appellants—Upon tbe same authority
quoted above, tbe judgment herein ia
ro verse d.
Tbe following opinion in the ease of
People vs. George Monroe waa received
yesterday by Clerk Besnon for filing in
thia city: «
The question involved was tbe suffi
ciency of the information, it being con
tendent by the appellant tbat the instru
ment wae void upon apace, and there
fore not the subject of forgery.
The instrument was the assignment of
a teacher's salary with a guaranteed
clause attached and provision that tbe
teacher should pay intereat and attor
ney's feee. Now the court holds that
tbe aaaignment of a teacber'a ealarv ie
null and void, not Bubject to forgery,
but tbat tbe other provieions included
in the instrument constituted binding
contracta and wero therefore subject to
forgery.
They aleo hold that the court erred in
preeentlng a copy of the instrument to
one of the witnesses with tbe etatement
that it had been proven to be on exact
copy. The court holds that thie is im
material and not reversible error.
Judgment therefore affirmed.
BASKET BALL.
The Contests trader Way at tha T.
M. C. A.
The eecond game of the tournament
waa played Wednesday night in the Y.
M. C. A. gymnasiam. The teams of
Wm. Wallace and G. Berg were the
participants. The persons! of the
teama ia aa follows: Team No. 1, Wm.
Wallace, captain; W. F. Jacobs, F. H.
Brooke, W. Hancock, N. S. Hnrlbut;
No. 2, O. Berg, captain; E. Rowe. F.
Brown, T. Erwin, R. Young and B.
Heffner.
The game was of a decidedly spicy
character, and for a while it looked ac
though neither team would get a goal,
but near the end oi the liret half Cap
tain Wallace's team got a goal, and near
the laet part of the eecond half Captain
Berg'e team also secured a goal.
The hoys recommend basket ball aa a
good way of getting rid of over-weight.
The tie will be played off Friday and
Saturday eveninge.
F,or a disordered Liver try Bbkcham's Fills
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Los Angeles, Cal.
AGENT for SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
5:23 3m
EDWIN BLAKESLEE, M. D.
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Dinner Service, $10 50
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213 SOUTH BROA.DWAV.
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337, 339, 341 S. SPRING ST.
3-15 12m
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FOR SALE.
A Great Bargain.
The Cottrell press and folder on whteh the
Herald was formerly worked off ls oflered for
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new. Also a vertical engine.
Apply to
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This is an unexampled bargain for caah.
651 S. Broadway, Near Seventh St.
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