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The Basalt or the Field Day Contest.
Pasadena, July 29.—The field day
■porta on the Athletic club grounds this
afternoon were witnessed by a large
crowd, the ladies being well represented.
The events throughout were well con
tested and several proved highly ex
An unfortunate accident in the mile
handicap, cansed by Gloss running into
a dog and Thompson falling over him
on the last lap, left Gaylord to finish
In the 220-yard dash Hutchins failed
to get a start, otherwise the race went
off without a hitch and the entire affair
voted a snccess.
The first event—loo-yard dash—was
won by Smith in 10% Oollingwood sec
ond, Sharp third, Hutchins fourth, Rob
inson fifth. This was one of tbe pret
tiest races of the day, the boys coming
in all in a heap.
There were only two starters in the
three-mile scratch bicycle race, Evans
coming in an easy first in 12:12j£, Jack
The starters in tbe 220-yard dash were
Collingwood, Throop, Robinson and
Smith. The best time made was 2tV 4
by Smith, Throop coming in second in
Next came the three-mile handicap
bicycle race, which proved to be the
event of the day, and but for the un
lucky dog getting on the track the finish
would have been very hot. The starters
were Thompson, Gloss and Gaylord.
The trio kept well together until the last
lap, when Gloss and Thompson began
to sport, only to go rolling in the dirt
when almost home. Neither rider was
injured, except a few scratches. Tbe
judges decided to allow the contestants
to run the race over, for six laps, Gay
lord agreeing. Thie race was a splendid
one, the boys going it from the scratch,
and it was Nip and Tuck between
Thompson and Gloss, Thompson win
ning by tbe width of a tire. Later Gay
lord entered a protest against tbe award,
and tbe referee decided to give him the
championship, as he came in first in the
The programme concluded with a
hotly contested 440 yard run, Hutchins,
Throop and Smith entering. Smith won
on a final spurt by a few inches.
Tbe officers of the day were: Judges,
Weight, Todd, Gillmore, Bell and Riggs;
referee, Hartwell; marshal, Simons;
■tarter, Uertel; timers, Crank and
Clapp; scorers, Weight and Lewis.
As one or two persons seemed to
think that Mr. Gaylord wonld have won
the three-mile handicap even if Glass
and Thomson bad not fallen, Mr.
Thomson wanted to have another three
mile race with the same handicaps. Mr.
Gaylord refused to ride it then but said
in a week or two he would, so the three
gentlemen have agreed to meet at the
Alhambra track next Saturday, August
6th, at 4:00 p. m., and determine the
HE WILL FIGHT.
The case of the People vs. Peter Steil,
for violation of the ordinance regulating
the sale of liquor in this city, promises
to be hotly contested. Mr. Steil has re
tained able counsel and expresses a de
termination of fighting the matter out,
if be has to carry it to the supreme
court, as he thinks that the provision in
the new ordinance, which regulates the
hours in which beer can be served with
The case came up for preliminary
hearing on Monday morning in the re
Mrs. Gedding goes to Oatallna on
Monday for a week's visit.
Few people have yet left town for the
seaside resorts, the delightful weather
whioh we have been enjoying here this
summer making it more comfortable to
stay at home.
The Marengo water company ia run
ning a tunnel into the bank back of the
Terminal depot, in Sonth Pasadena,
where they expect to strike it rich—in
water, not gold.
Several sporting men of town went to
Axnsa last night to see a bout between
one of our local pnga and tbe Azußa
Mr. and Mrs. Oolonel Hartwell and
Mr, John Hartwell left this evening for
Chicago, and the last to be absent sev
The two women arrested yesterday for
keeping disreputable house in the south
ern part of town were nnable to give the
|25 bail required for tbeir appearance
in court Monday morning, and conse
quently spent the night in jail. One of
them got ont today, but the other still
boards with the city.
The city has officially, through its at
torney and president of the council, ex-
J tressed its belief that it cannot obtain
ustlcd in the court of Justice Merriam,
and asks that the case of Hopkins vs.
The City be given a change of venue. It
is unfortunate that such a statement
should be published abroad, especially
as tbe case under consideration is one
that will be carried to a higher court in
The Oheeeo Factory Doing; Well.
Chicken Thieve* Abound.
Compton, Jttly 29.—Miss Helen Kent
ii spending a week with Mr. Freebie'a
family at Long Beaeb.
Mrs. Lothrop of Pasadena is visiting
ber old home in Compton.
It ie rnmored that Rev. Starkeyof
the Congregational ehnroh will rent
Mrs. Lothrop's pretty cottage.
One of the pleasantest reunions of the
year was a farewell snpper given by the
soldiers' wives as a testimonial to Rev.
Zimmerman and wife on Fridao evening.
A well spread, appetising banquet, sup
plemented with ice cream and cake, was
greatly enjoyed by all. The frolic of
the youngsters that followed In the
large hall, and the good time all around,
■ade the occasion a social event long to
be remembered. Mr. Zimmerman is a
G. A. R. man.
Among the many good things in
Compton is the Anchor cheese factory,
managed by Mr. Harshman. Nine hun
dred pounds of cheese are daily sent out
and the call is still for more milk in or
der to supply the demand. The cheese
retails easily for 20 cents per ponnd, and
is preferred to eastern cheese. Any man
with a small alfalfa ranch and a few fine
cows is insured a good living here.
Compton does not mind being called an
alkali flat as long as the alfalfa and corn
fields grow abundantly and the wood
and water supply never fails.
Miss Parcel!, who has been quite sick,
Mr. Parcell starts today for Santa
Barbara to assist an old comrade of bis
regiment und attend >the encampment.
Mr. G. W. Waite finished bis con
tract and gave the hall over to the W. O.
T. IT. societies yesterday. -
Mr. Parcell has been engaged as jani
tor of tbe Compton schools next year.
Quite a number of G. A. R. men here
will attend tbe encampment.
Chicken thieves have been committing
numerous depredations of late. This
week Mr. A. P. Nelson lost three dozen
valuable Plymouth Rocks, and only re
cently Frank Carson lost two dozen,
among which were some valuable game
J. F. Willits is in Los Angeles today.
A Paradise for Pleasure Seekers—Local
Terminal Island, July 29.—1t was
only a question of time when the pleas
ure seekers would "tumble" to tbe best
place to go and enjoy themselves, so we
who know all abont this island resort
don't kick at the inevitable rush that
was bound to come, bnt stand in with
the crowd and post them on the differ
ent points of interest, and show them
how many ways there are here in which
they might And amusement.
That the way of tbe pleasure seeker is
made easy at this incomparable seaside
resort is shown by the many expressions
of satisfaction at the good time and tbe
good fish dinner they had at the island
pavilion by hundreds of pleased visitors,
notably the women and children.
It is a great place for tbe ladies to en
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TOMORROW (MONDAY) TO ALL SHREWD CASH BUYERS. "Such goings on" as these Pointers will create will be a Z£
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\ Our well-lighted store enables patrons TO SEE when they are offered a GENUINE GOOD THING. This in connection
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TT whioh you have seen displayed iv our show windows the past few daye, and which X NOTTINGHAM LACE TIDIES, bound edge, good quality, in the following . IP
*y " are actually worth from 50c. to $1, will be sold to-morrow at 25e. a yard. ± sizes: 18x26, regular price of this size, 26c.; tomorrow's price, 15c. 24x36, regu- 4
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long sleeves, nicely finished. These goodß are onr 25c, standard garment, and are ♦ Good Bleached Sheeting, 36 inch wide 7c. a yard Z^sm
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§: J. M. HALE & CO., CONNER THIRD AND SPRING STS. \
LOS ANGELES HERALD, SUNDAY MORNING JULY 30. 1893.
joy themselves, for the bathing is per
fect. A rolling swell, instead of rough,
boisterous breakers, in which they
plunge and dip and caper and enjoy
with all the freedom only the perfect
feeling of safety and sense of security
can assure. Then a few hundred feet
away from old ocean, with its panorama
of ships that go down to tbe sea, its
islands near by, and grand old Catalina
just across on the other side of San
Pedro bay, its yachts and fishing boats
and sailing craft of all descriptions, only
a few feet away from all thia ia the
calm, placid inviting waters of the
inner bay, where they can sail, bathe or
fish to their hearts' content.
A couple of floats for tbe accommoda
tion of bathers have been anchored in
front of the Terminal bath honse, and
many a venturesome bather swims out
to them for tbe express purpose of tak
ing a header.
A band of music, if nothing happens,
will be on haud today to compete with
the music of the waves. Tbe band that
was to have played here last Sunday
were switched off to Rubio cation.
Tbe three-masted schooners Lillie
Bonne and Reporter, have about fin
ished discharging 800,000 feet of lumber
at the Ganahl Lumber company's wharf
here, and tbe schooner Peerless is now
on her way with 375,000 feet of Oregon
pine for the same company. Some of
the lumber lately received is redwood,
of tbe very finest quality, susceptible of
receiving the highest polish.
The coal ships America and Big Bo
nanza have about got through delivering
their cargoes of Black Diamond at the
Cresent Coal company's wharf and will
soon clear for more. Tbe ship Detroit,
from Nanaimo, B. C, wiil be here soon
with an immense cargo for the same
Private picnic parties are a daily feat
ure of this place this season, many
coming here with their lunch and spend
ing the day fishing, bathing, boating,
Among Saturday's visitora were a
party composed of Rev. and Mrs. R. M.
Webster, the Misses Grace and Hazel
Webster of Long Beach ; Rev. and Mrs.
G. J. Webster and son of Ashland, Ore.,
Mrs. Dr. P. M. Webster of Austin, Tex.,
and Mr. Kaler of Boston, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Howe of River
side stopped and, lunched at tbe pavil
ion, Friday, before taking tbe steamer
for San Francisco.
Capt. G. V. Leland of the steamer
Eureka made one of a jolly party here,
Dr. and Mrs. Weldon, Mrs. Bergston
and Mrs. Powers of Han Pedro are fre
quent and welcome guests at the pa
C. F. Hunter, T. Bosler and Miss Mac
Bosler of Los Angeles tried tbe cuisine
of the pavilion Thursday.
General Passenger Agent William Win
cup of the Terminal is a frequent vis
Ex-Mayor Hazard, wife and party of
ladies, who had been on a sailing cruise
on tbe yacht Rambler visiting Catalina
island and other points of interest, miss
ing the train, spent the night here on
the island, guests of Mr. Beach's pa
Mr. W. W. Beach, who has been un
der the weather for some time back, is,
to tbe great pleasure of his many
friends, able to be aronnd again.
The Ocean Planing mill, connected
with the Ganahl Lumber company, will
be in operation on Monday.
The Special Attractions for Today.
Santa Monica, July 29.—The special
attractions for today are the open air
concert on the esplanade and free clam
chowder on tbe beach, given by the
North Beach management, when the
delicious mixture will be served by Chef
Pasqual and crew, from immense cal
drons, to all comers in regular beach
Among yesterday's arrivals at the
Arcadia were J. L Stevenson and wife,
Nevada; J. E. Frust, San Francisco;
K. S. Waddles, St. Joe, Mo.; Mr. and
Mrs. Jelles, Nashville, Term.; Emile H.
Brerdenbacb, St. Louie; Frank Ireland
and wife, B. R. Baumgart.C. B. Wilson,
Los Angeles; C. J. Curtis, Redlands.
At the Jackson yesterday there regis
tered J. Pennis, P. L. Thayer, Ontario;
A. C. Singleton, Burbank; B. C. Meins,
Chicago; S. H. Miller, New Mexico; H.
W. Lutmeyer, Oeorge H. Stoll, D. A.
Shaw, H. Brunning, John V. Mills, Los
Among tbe recent arrivals at the
Bellevue Cottage are Mrs. E. Noland,
Riverside; Mr. and Mrs.o. W. Steward,
D. H. Smith, Doc Parsons, L. M. Rich
ards, Mr. an-> Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Jones
and family, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs.
Parker Huntwell, San Francisco; Mrs.
and Misses Henderson, Barrie, Cal.
OSTRICH FARM EXERCISES.
The ostrich farm was liberally patron
ized yesterday, it being Episcopalian
day. The ladies of the church had
erected inside of the incloeure four
booths or tents, tbe largest being tbe
lunch booth, in charge of tbe ladies of
St. Mary's Chapter. Among those
noticed wbo served the tempting viands,
etc., were Mesdames Winslow, Grassett,
Toles, Kennedy, Smith, Dickinson,
Showalter and Merlin-Jones and Mian
Treichel. Tbe flower booth, tbe most
attractive of tbe entire collection, was
in charge of Miss Folsom, assisted by
Miss E. Phillips of San Diego; the pho
nograph booth, Fred M. Guiol; lemon
ade booth, Miss Kennedy. The. ice
cream booth was not only well patron
ized bnt equally well officered by the
ladies of St. Agnes Chapter, tbe Misses
Sorbie, Stone, Swanevicb, Stanwood
The athletic contests in the afternoon
were well contested by the juvenile por
tion o! tbe population.
In the evening the farm was lit with
Chinese lanterns, and the young people
enjoyed a promenade and ice cream
The Soldiers' Home band furnished
the melody at the arrival of all trains
and during the afternoon and evening.
The Salvation Army had the tent last
night and created no end of amuse
ment, but tbey are doing a good work.
Frank A. Miller and wife and Mrs.
Segar of Riverside were among those
who enjoyed yesterday at Santa Monica.
Ex-Sheriff Gibson and County Clerk
Ward were seen giving vent to their
piscatorial fancies at the wharf.
Trios. H. James of Lob Angeles en
joyed the day on beach and bluff.
Mr. Truitt of the Norwalk Journal,
accompanied by Mr. Truitt, was among
Mra. J. O. B. Gnnn and family of San
Francisco and Miss McKune, daughter
of Judge McKune of Sacramento, left
for home today after a short sojourn at
Count Bozenta of Arden registered at
the Arcadia on Friday.
Cbas. R. Egelly and H. M. Barny,
well-known society leaders of San Fran
cisco, left yesterday for the north after
a week's sojourn here.
Item! of Interest.
ALL WHO ENJOY good Prencn cooking go
to the Delmonlco Restaurant, Second street,
Santa Monica, where P. Uauphlne, the cele
brated chef, presides over cuisine. Private
rooms If d.siied,
VIBITORB TO BANTA MONICA will find at
the remodeled R -d store, '1 hlrd street, the larg
est and best selected stock of dry goods, fur
uishlng s and high class groceries in the town.
SOMETHING NEW. A specialty. Genuine
Rtiode Island clam chowder at the Neptune
Garden*, corner Utah and Oceau avenues. All
| are invited. James H. Falkner.
THE BEST BARBER SHOP at Santa Monica
Is the Hotel Jacksou shop, Utah avenue, near
Third st. THOS. E. REEVES, Prop.
BCHADER <Si CO., beers, w.nes, liquors, min
eral waters, sodas, etc. Opposite postofflce.
The Identity of Jamei Joyce—Borne
THE HKHALI) HEADQUABTEBB for San
Bernardino and Blverside counties la located
at J. E. Lawaoa'a book, stationery and tobacco
store on Third street at the sign of the wooden
San Bbrnahdino, July 29.—Coroner
Thompson yesterday morning tele
graphed to tbe chief of police at Janes
ville, Wis., asking for particulars as to
the family of James Jovcp. the nnfortu
nate man who died io suddenly in the
county jail Thursday morning from con
gestion of the brain. Last evening he
received tbe following telegram:
"Janesville, Wis., July 28.
"Dots James Joyce answer description
of 6 feet 6 inches in height, sandy hair,
weight about 140 pounds, 27 years old?
How long has he been there? What
was the cause ol death ? Answer.
"Thko. Acheson, Chief of Police.
Tbe decease answers tbe description
received, with the exception of age. He
was more than 27 years of age, probahly
32, and the coroner so telegraphed.
Joyce's family Is believed to be quite
wealthy, and people of high standing in
the community in which they live.
The county Democratic central com
mittee this afternoen at Judge Knox's
office and a considerable amount of bus
iness come before the members. E. H.
Thomas, formerly city marshal of Ban
Bernardino, was endorsed for superin
tendent of forest reservation in Southern
California. The next business taken up
was that of an endorsement for post
master at Colton and Capt. T. M. Topp
was unanimously selected. The ques
tion of funds was discussed at some
length but the committee adjourned
witbont taking any definite action.
A SMOOTH CHINESE.
A short time ago County Veterinary
Surgeon Davidson was informed that a
couple of Chinamen living near this
city had a glandered how. The doctor
investigated the case and found that the
report was correct and that in addition
they also possessed a horse sick with
lung fever. He instructed tbe almond
eyed subject of Confucius to kill the
glandered horse and burn the
body. He promised to do so.
Yesterday Dr. Davidson called on the
Chinamen, and was informed by them
that they had killed and buried the ani
mal as he had directed. He investigated
the matter and found that they had
killed the horse that had long fever. As
sisted by Constable West the veterinary
killed tbe glandered animal and then ar
rested the wily subjects of tbe flowery
kingdom and lodged them in jail. They
appeared in Justice Knox's court this
morning and were fined $6 each, which
they paid and departed.
W. S. Hooper will spend Sunday at
Otto Gussefeld left for Tehacbepi to
day on business.
Arthur P. Morse and John Flagg left
at noon today for Little Bear valley, to
spend Sunday with tbeir families.
John Pendegast will leave this evenina
for a seven months' trip to Ireland.
The papers in the suit threatened by
Superintendent Gregory of Riverside,
[Continued on Seventh page.]
ONE DAY REMAINS.
Five Dollars Per Month for
Monday. Night sat H O'clock tbe Bo
tuitrkable Oiler Positively closes.
Dr. De Monro has returned, a nd patients Can
now have his personal seivices.
A Well-known Man is Relieved of a
Mr. J. F. Orowder. tbe genial and ponolar
•hipping clerk ffu H illey A Barker Brothers,
furniture dealers, South Main street, and who
Urea at 310 South Fremont arenas, giro*
hlatesilmony, whluh will have weight with all
thinking people. He says:
MR. J. F. CKOWDBR.
I had beeo troubled more orlesa with catarrh
for the pi*t fliieeu years, and about a rear ago
it became so aggravated as to cause me eoaajtd
I had pains In my head over the eyes, rearing
sounds lv my ears, could suaroaly breath
through my nostrils, one or the other moat
always slopped up, and my sense of smail was
Impaired. 1 hul a constant dropping of mu
cous in back of the throat, frequently caualsgj.
aickneasof the stomach; had a slight cough,
throat was very painful, at time* some patn« in
chest, and I really believed my lungs would
aoon become ail*.ntud.
After trying many different remedies with
outderlvinß the s.lghlest benefit, I conslndS'l
to try Drs lie M.mco and Sapp. Under their
scientific treatment 1 have improved Inars
marlttble and entirely satisfactory way.
1 feel first rate rate now. No more peine la
the head, my n<>se la free, very lltt'e dropping
In the throat, can breathe without dlffluuity
now. and in a ahort lime expect to be entirely
cured. My improvement haa be uso remark
able thai 1 have no hesitancy in recommend
ing Drs. Da Monco and Sapp as thoroughly
com pate tit specialist*.
Under the new system paUents treating by
mail have the advantage of a careful and ae
enratediagnosis; with watchful attention paid
to the details of every case, and medicines
specially preoared for each Individual patient,
with the constant advice ot skillful and aao
Band four cents In stamps for Question
The De Mom. Medical Institute,
Located Permanently In the Newell and
KaUer Building, Koom* B,
4, S, Band 10,
t2l>* SOUTH BROADWAY,
DRS. DE MONCO A.ND SAPP,
aPK'HA'.TIB-t; Catarrh aud all diseases ot
the Bar, Bye, Throat and Lungs, Nervous Dis
eases, dtln Diseases, Chronic Diseases.
910 11 a. m., 3 to ft p. m. 7 to 8 p. m.
Sunday: 9 to 11 a. m.
KEEP COOL I WHERE?
When There Remember That the
GOB. UTAH AND OCIAN AVKNUB9
Is Not Only the Coolest bnt Finest family Ba
ton In Santa Monica,
GRACEFUL SHADE TRICES.
COOL RE FRESH MINT*.
P. WALTERS & SON, Props.
Notice to Depositors of the City
To tli-j depositor* of the Oity Bank aad those
holding unpaid drafts of said bank:
Please take notice that In the action ol
Margaret E. Miller against the city bank, lv tb*
superior court of Los Augelus county. Depart
ment 5, so. 19,738, on July 36th, 1893, an
order waa made by tho Hon. Luolen Shaw,
judge of said coori, In subsiance a* follows,
"And It further appearing to the court from
said pet tlon, aud from the statement filed by
aald receiver in said action, on July 'J'-d, 1893,
that IUo eald defendant bank ia Indebted to
numerous depositor* a* depositors whose
clslma are uncontested and that ll would cause
unnecessary Inconvenience and expense to
such claimants to in esch Instance Intervene
in thi* action to prove their aald claims, now
therefore it is ordered as follows;
"That i-ll claims of depositors, as shown by
tbe mi Hi statement of the receiver aforesaid,
against said defendant bank shall stand as
approved and allowed as unpreferred claim*
agsttißttbe fund coming Into the hand of the
receiver lv aald action.
"Except, Ist, Tne claim* of those persoaa
«■'! ■ have Intervened or shall intervene within
UO days, olalming a preference
"Kxcept, -■'. Tho claim of those parsons
attulnst whom s Id biuk has an offset: and also
>,li other 01-'lm* which tho receiver shall decide
to comes! by refusing lo issue the certificate
"Except, 3d. All those claims which have
been assigned sua iusucb casua on satisfactory
proof lo the court of such assignment the said
claims shall staiid as approved la favor ot the
assignees respectively: aud ail person* holding
claims agalu>l said btuk as assignees of deswo
liurc are required to make proof of SaaStt
assignments 10 the court within (10 day* from
melirst pub ieatlou ot tbe provision* of this
order na hereinafter provided.
'That nfter the expiration of said 80 day*
lite receiver be authorised to deliver a certio
rate of allowance to each of aald depositor* or
;li» assignee thereof, who haa made proof aa
nforeaslil aud whose claim la to stand allowed
B-efnr aai't, and mat no further evidence ot
•■uth depositor's rlnlit to share lv any dividend*
■i. a geneial creditor shall bj required. Suoh
cettlflvates shall contain aucb provisions for
future msfguuieuti of the claim* represented
tnor by n» the receiver or the court shall 4a
"That ihe provisions of this order shall also
I apply to creditors whose claims are represented
by bll'a ol exchange p lrchased from the bank
and which have not been paid."
Pate ol first pu'illostlon. July 25,1893.
ti. I'd BRJDI'BECK, Receiver.
F. W. Bvkkktt, Attorney for receiver.
7 30 6uloi
City Assessment Rolls.
NOTICE 18 fIFREIIY GIVBN THAT THi
city shseuint-nt rolls of the city of Lo* An-
Keles lor the ilseal year 181)3-94 have been
• completed by the city Assessor aud delivered an
Ihe city clerk of said oity, and that the council
of said city will meet us a board of equalise
ti"U to exsinlii.' tht im-ect-men: ro la and equal
ise the asiosiiixeuiof property, at the coujill
rii-mb'T. on Mou'iay, the 17lh day ot July.
189,1, aud will continue in session from day to
d'> until th • busiuevs of tquailsailon I* dla
poaed of, but not ater loan the 18th day of
August, 1893, and i,,nt In the meantime >h«
aald assessment books wltl remain in the offlc*
otthe city cleik for the inspection ot all par.
C. A. LDUKKNBAOB.
7-1 -13; City Clerk.