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Th* Sourl9n—wel', it hai gone, and it
haa bsen sworn at enough. There was
an at tor or two in the company, notably
The traio-robber play, Evnns and
Puntag, will be here soon, and the small
bny and the stern, conventional moral
ist will, in consequence, be equally agi
Fanny Davenport will appear the week
t'.'ir the bandits in hor dccollette Clen
pt;tr» ftefdiinms, and ehe will agitate the
big boys and the moralists.
There are still rumor? about a stock
company takiug l he Grand Operahouse,
bnt' as iar as can be learned they are
The Irrigation convention will play
there this WM>k, and the Mage maniger
has Appropriately pat ft cloth in the rear
til the stage on which is represented a
very wet-look'm: waterfall. All the irri
ga inn this week will, however, not be
done with water.
Tho Borbaiik theater is rapidly being
completed. It promises to be a remark
ably comfortable und handsome hruse.
Its opening should he n notable affair.
Ireland and ita romantic history and
charr.cteriatic peopie hnve proven a pro
line eource ior tbe dramatic pec. Stage
p'ctnreaof scenes and incidents on the
"onld sod" have been numerous. Of late
yea 's, however, tho quality of Irish plays
haa deteriorated, and the public baa been
given a quantity of dramatic work under
the head of Irish drama of a most infe
rior charecter in the main. It ia in an
endeavor to get away from this beaten
track and present a better order of plays
that Killarney, Katie Kmmett's latest
success, finds favor. Aside from the
genuino merit of the dramatic work,
Mias EmmeH'a manager, Harry Wil
liams, has rendered Killarney addition
ally attractive by giving it a ecenic set
ting that in every way equals the lit
erary merit of the play. Then the sup
porting company contains a number of
well known playerß of a much higher
rank than one usually finds in Irish
plays. Thus it would appear—and the
management avers that these advance
statements will be borne out by the
production—that there is a genuine dra
matic treat in store for our theatergoers
next Tuesday night at tbe Los Angeles
The story is bb follows: Kittle Burke
is an orphan. Martin Kavanaugh, her
father's former partner in bueineaa, is
her guardian. It was reputed that her
father died wealthy but Kavanaugh
claimed that he owed him a large sum
of money. Kittie is driven from her
home. Kavanaugh's villainy was for
the Bake of his daughter Judith who was
expected to wed a rich man. She falls
in love with Felix Driocoll, a worthless
scoundrel. Kavanaugh is opposed to
the match and threatens to tell Kittio
all if his daughter persists. Kittie, dis
guised as a boy, obtains employment at
Kavanaugh's and manages to obtain
gapers which enables her to establiah
er claim to the property. A young
Irish-American lieutenant, a former
Bweetbeart ol Kittie'e, tutna up in time
to help her. Driscoll deserts Judith
when he findß that the property has
reverted to its rightful owner. Kava
naugh iB preßented with tbe deeds to
tbe farm, and Kittie, with her lover,
now tier husband, leaves for the land of
the starß and stripeß.
The silver-voiced tenor, Andrew Mack,
will render a number of fine ballads
during the performance in the inimit
able style which has already captured
mueic lovers in San Francisco.
The Detroit Free Press has thia to say
oi Mr. George W. Cable, the author who
ia to give a reading at the First Presby
terian church, corner Second street and
Broadway, next Wednesday evening, at
"The stage in Association hall was
bedded in palms last night, and an open
■ettee that was hidden in a booth oi
tbem was pre-empted by the familiar
figure of George W. Cable. One of the
largest audiences that have attended
tbe members' course greeted him with
the greetings of old friends, and during
the two hours' monologue repeated the
encores which Detroit audiences always
have in store for him. His readings
last night were from Old Creole Days
and Dr. Servier. The four scenes from
the former dealt with the familiar trials
of PosKon Jone, his meeting with Juleß
St. Ange, the parson's ineffectual at
tempt to domesticate the tiger and the
bull in the bull ring, his night in the
calaboose and his parting at the bayou.
The variations between tbe susceptible
fiaetor of Bethesda and the lass scrupti
pus Julea were given with a distinct
ness that caused continual smiles and
ripples of laughter.
"In the second part of the programme
Mr. Cable easily excelled the best work
he has heretofore done here. His char
acterizations of the efluaive, coy and
winsome JSarciaße, tbe poor but proud
Richlings, and the amours of Widow
Riley were given with a naivete that
made the hearers laugh till the tears
came. The gem of the evening was the
Widow Riley's courtship scene.
Mine. FabbiMuller reports that the
subscription list for the opening concert
of the amateur Bociety opera and con
cert club is already far in excess of
either of the club concerts last season.
The first concert will be given at the
Los Angeles theater about November
15tb, and many society ladies will ap
pear in the elaborate programme now
being rehearsed. The ballads of all na
tions in the costumes of the different
countries will doubtless be a decidedly
interesting musical feature. Several
professional musical celebrities from the
east will take part in the opening con
Music and Drama Notes.
Steve Brodie is not omitting any de
tail in his preparations for his elajie ven
tured. While on the way from Chicago
'o tbe fair ground? the other day hp
jnropee from a faatly moving train and
stopped a runaway horse.
It is claimed tbat a cat has nine lives,
while an actor has three, namely. his
real lift*, bis stage life and his life in
print. Tbe cat always did get the best
of tbe actors.
The Queen of Sheba, Rbea'e newplav,
promises to bo a brilliant success. Man
ager Frank Dietz wi! 1 . fill a few engage
ments in tbe east and then bring the
play to this coast.
Hsnry HaUaro, the tenor, lately un
derstudy with the Lillian Russell com
pany, has secured a divorce from his
wife, Margaret H. Hallani, on the
ground of habitual intemperance.
Mnnappr Charles Thomas, of tho firm
of Hoyt & Thomas, proposes to spend a
year in Southern California, hoping
thereby to entirely regain his health,
which was greatly benefited by hiß so
journ in the last summer.
The two Court theaters in Vienna lost
$100,000 the last year, notwithstanding
the subvention of $120,000 from the gov
ernment. Each manager receives a sei
arv <if $10,000 per year for getting rid of
the amount of money mentioned above.
Emma Vadere, whose periodical fits of
emotional insanity require that she
should bo constantly watched, settled
the question of large fees for medical
attendance t>y marrying a young doctor
named Donald Mr Kenzio in the probate
conrt at Cincinnati on the 22d ult.
Richard Mansfield announced in a
speech at Boston recently that he had
PHved a little money and would put The
Merchant of Venice on the stage, having
already commenced rehearsals. Mr
Man«fleid lias got nerve, for he loßt
thousands of dollars on Richard 111.
Charleß Dickson, in Admitted to the
Bar, is receiving nothing but the strong
est commendation from the critics,
while the business done by the new play
is equally pleasing to the management.
Mr. Dickson's natural ease and absence
of affectation in the part of Jefferson
Ward are particularly praised.
Manager Charleß Frohman, who paid
Sims and Raleigh $5000 in advance for
Fanny, is not ordering any new plays
from that firm of playwrights this sea
eon. Nine thousand" dollars is a con
servative estimate of Mr. Frohman'e
loss on tbo play, which he shelved the
moment be found it was a failure.
Americans will be horrified to learn
tbat Mrs. Kendal's Paula, in The Second
Mrs. Tanqueray, "was a little vulgar,
not to say common, and that the au
dience, on the occasion of her first ap
pearance, developed a dangerous habit
of laughing in improper places." Mrs.
Kendal, the same critic asserts, "acted
like a rollicking sort of lady," who wae
not to be taken too seriously whatever
she might do. Madge, the proper, has
evidently dropped into Costeriem as
easily us Silas Wegg dropped into
The amusement Bulletin of Philadel
phia, states that gloom prevades the
box offices in that city, and never in its
history has a theatrical season opened
so inauspiciously aud diecouragingly.
Tbe reason ia not ascribed to tbe exodua
to the World's fair, for at no time has
the number of Philadelphians visiting
Chicago been large enough to affect the
atrical business. Neither ie it financial
stringency, but, bb tbe Bulletin avers, it
is simply the effect of a hewl that there
would be bard times, which scared man
agers into tbe engagement of inferior
Mrs. John H. Peck entertained the
Merry Wives club at ber artistic home
on Main etreet yeaterday afternoon.
Several other ladies were invited, and
whist was played at five tables. The
prizes were exquisite, being specimens
of Mrs. Peck's akill in painting. Mra.
Briggs was the fortunate winner of the
first prize, a canvas of heliotrope,daintily
framed in white and gold. The second
prize, a half dozen cups, fell to the lot of
Mra. Sheldon Borden. Mrs. Hugh Vail
was envied in winning the third prize, a
handsome cake plate, decorated with
violfts. Mra. Bonsall received the con
solation prize, a white and gold basket
full of wee doll babies. The birthday of
one of the merry wives wbb celebrated by
having a huge birthday cake, surrounded
by an appropriate number of lighted
candles, and containing a tarquoiee pin.
The cake was cut in 20 pieces, and Mrs.
Wm. Freiener was the happy recipient
of the pin.
The refreshments served were very
elaborate and delicious, and the affair
was one of the most charming events of
Yesterday was Mrs. Kate Tapper Gal
pin's day at home, and Miss Flora
Haines Longhead oi Snnta Barbara is
her gncst this week. Many ladies called
during the afternoon, and a delightful
social occasion was enjoyed. Mines.
Flora Hainos Longhead, Pridham,
Threlkeld, Wood, Pigne-Dupuy-Iren,
Thos. Barnard, F. L. Barnard, Uiddings,
Mercer, Hubbard, Mooer, Wyman and
North, Miss Groff, Miss Frances Groff,
Miss Page, Mmee. Longstreth, Ender
lein, T. D. Btimson, D. G. Stephens,
Frank Gibson, Margaret Colyer Gra
ham and Baldwin and Miss Newby were
among the ladies who called.
The Bohemian club of Los Angeles
met at the club rooms, 618 South Broad
way, la.t Thursday evening, and held
their w~jkiy entertainment. A good pro
gramme was presented, Mrs. Simpson
accompanying; the many vocalists on tho
LOS AJNGELES HERALD* SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8. 1893
piano in her usually energetic and grace
ful style. Thia lady la faat becoming aa
an accomplished singer aa she is a
pianist. Mr. T. Rowan sang in beaoti
ml cadenc9 that mosteiquisite of songs,
The Loat Chord, and responded to a
vigorona encore with Love's Old Sweet
Song, which he was heartily applauded.
The club meete next Thuraday evening
at 8 o'clock, to which members'friends
are invited, when a aelect programme is
anticipated, including an interesting pa
per which will be read on Woman, or
the Coming Generation, by a local jour
Among the recent arrivals from tbe
east are Mra. E. G. Falter and dansht
ers who have concluded to make Loa
Angeles their home and have leiced and
furnished a pleasant house 2018 Fig
ueroa street. Except for a residence of
come years in Euiope, where the young
ladies'received a thorough education in
Germany and Paris, they were resi
dents of"New York city and occupy high
positions there, socially and aa musi
cians. Miss Fuller being a pianiste of
superior ability and Mies Helen Fuller
a well known and very popular violinist.
The music committee of Simpson tab
ernacle will present a very attractive
programme this evening. Among tbe
soloists are Lizzie Kimball, Lulu Pieper,
Mr. J. G. Scarbarougb, F. W. Wallace,
Joseph F. Nuelle, Herr Arnold Keitner
and others, assisted by a strong chorus.
Oapt. F. J. Cre»aey will give a 10 min
utes talk on tbe subject of Church
Music. These praise services at Simp
son church are very popular and no
doubt the usual immense audience will
One of the very enjoyable events of
the past week was the concert given by
tbe Meßars. Goodwin to a well-filled
house at the Third Presbyterian church
last Friday evening. The instrumental
selections were admirably executed and
the two vocal quartettes each received a
hearty encore. Mrs. Jessie Goodwin
sang as a soprano soloist in two num
bers. She possesses a rich, cultured
voice. Mies Rider presided at tbe piano
in a very admirable manner.
Tbe Independent Order of Foresters
of Lob Angeles will give a ball at Armory
hall on Wednesday evening, October
-. r >th. The committee is as follows: L.
C. Cummins, cb»irman; Hal. Morris,
secretary ; 11. S.Eberle, treasurer; F. R.
Bryant, floor manager; C. W. Hatfield,
music; G. L. Davidson, programme;
Sam McCreary, hall: A. R. Hockett,
privileges; C. A. Rehlow, door keeper;
F. A. Clark, cloak room.
Mrs. Ridgway and Mrs. Taylor of Or
chard street, gave a very delightful
party at their home on Tuesday even
ing last, in entertainment of Mra. Car
penter's guests, Mrs. Gregory of Wash
ington and Mrs. Cos wood Morgan of
San Francisco. A most delightfnl even
ing was spent.
Mrs. Ozro W. Childs entertained a
number of friends at cards on Friday
evening. The hostess, with her excep
tional celebrity for entertaining, made
the affair memorably pleasant for all of
Mrs. Ozro W. Childs will leave on the
14th for the east on a visit to the
world's fair and to Washington, where
Bhe will visit her father, Senator Bate of
Mrs. Stephen M. White gave an
elaborate reception on Tuesday evening.
The guess, numbering 300, were invited
to meet Miss Lanahan of Wilkesbarre,
Miss Roaecrana, daughter of General
Rosecrana, and who ll stopping at the
Hotel Redondo, waa in the city yester
Prof. Henry J. Kramer has issued
carda to an opening reception at his hall
on next Thursday evening.
The next meeting of the Merry Wives
will be at Mrs. MacGowan'e, on Mon
ATHLETIC CLUB FIELD DAY.
The Programme of Kveuts for Next
On Thanksgiving day tbe Athletic
club of this city will give its annual fall
field day, at which the usual number of
cracks of tbe section in all athletic lines
The programme has already been se
lected and is aa follows:
Lacrosse same, Riverside vs. Loa An
geles, 1:30 p. m.
Une-mile novice bicycle race.
One-mile bicycle, open.
One-mile bicycle, 2:80 class.
Mile bicycle, lap race.
Running high jump.
Mile bicycle, Chineee.
Hash of 220 yards.
Two-mile bicycle, handicap,
Tbe events are open to all recognized
amateurs. A list of valuable prizes to
be offered will appear later.
The Olympics and Grays to Play This
There will be a baseball game this
afternoon at Washington Gardens, be
tween the Olympics and Grays. Game
will be called at 2 o'clock sharp. The
players will be as follows:
Grays Position. Olympics.
Whaling caichtr Early
Kaymer pitcher Hart
Oerclo Ist base Leland
Frank, G. 2d ba>e Allen
Moore 3d base Wilson
Frauk.F abort atop Smith
Si 11 j leii field Van Home
Moore center field Roberts
King right field Jones
MUSIC AT THE PARK.
The Programme Which Will Be Ren
dered This Afternoon.
The following is the programme that
will be given at the concert at West
lake park, by the Douglas military
band, this afternoon:
Hungarian March, Hartmann.
Waitz, Souvenir I)d Badeu, Botgue.
Overture, Joily Robbers, buppe.
Brazilian danco, Nim-tu, uorbln.
bwiasßoy (c >met duet), arranged by Benett—
Messrs. D. W. Deebie and Charles Connor.
Egyptian March, Straus*.
Se'ei tlon, Mikado No. 'i, Sullivan.
bchotilsche, Sweet Sixteen. Roillneon.
EFackeltanz, in bb, Meyerbeer.
(ialop, laily Ho, Bernstein.
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AN IMPORTANT RULING.
Judge Boss Grants a Now Trial to
Judge Rose made an important decis
ion yesterday in tbe case ol United
States vs. Charles Clement.
Clement was tried on September 7,
1893, in the United States district court
upon a charge of embezzling a letter
from tbe United States mail, and appro
priating to hie own use a money order
contained in the aforesaid letter.
During the trial the district attorney
offered in evidence certain papers al
leged to be in the handwriting of Clem
ent, for tbe purpose of determining, by
comparison, whether or not the money
order endorsement was in the hand
writing of Clement.
Tbe attorneys for tbe defense objected
to tbe introduction of these papers on
the grounds of their being "incompe
tent, irrelevent and immaterial," and
moved tbe court to strike tbem out of
the evidence on the ground that a fed
eral court in the trial of criminal cases
is governed entirely by the common law
in respect to modes of proceedore and
rules of evidence. Tbe court admitted
tbe evidence and refused to allow it
stricken ont. The defense then present
ed the same points on a motion for a
Judge Robs took the motion for a new
trial under advisement, and today re
viewed bis former ruling by granting a
motion for a new trial.
Judge Roes establishes by this decis
ion the principle that no atate legisla
ture can prescribe rules of evidence for
federal courts to follow in the trial of
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DIRECTORS:- , •
Isaia. W. Hellman, Herman W. Hellman, Maurice 8. Hellman, A. C. Rogers,
T I. Dunne Wm. MoDennott, M. L. Fleming, J. A. uraves,
F. N. Myers, J. H. Hhenkland, J. F. tariori.
Five Per Oent Intarest Paid on Deposits. Money Loaned on Beal Bstate.
Our Lean Committee of Five Eliecvois exercise great ore in making loans.
Especial atteuilon given to depositor* ot small sums; also to children « savings deposits.
Remittances may be sent by drift, postal order or Wells. Fargo & Co.'s Express. 10-8 am
Petitions and Protests to Bs Heard by
th« Oouuctl Tomorrow.
The following protests, petitions and
communications were filed with the city
clerk yesterday to be presented to the
From numerous property owners pro
testing against the laying, ol cement
walks on Flower street between Seventh
and Eighth streete.
From property owners of Alam eda
Btreet between Third and Shearer streets
protesting against the improvements aa
eet forth in ordinance of intention No.
1826, new seriss. They claim their
property ie not tbe property to
be affected or benefited by such
improvement; that on the _ con
trary the so-called improvement ia an
outfall sewer for the benefit of another
From J. Marietta asking the refund
ing of $150 as an error in assessment of
improvements on his lot.
From D. A. Kueghen asking privilege
of connecting sewerage pipe with the
main line ol the outfall sewer.
From the county .clerk calling atten
tion to the fact that tbere is no fire
hydrant in the vicinity of the county
hospital buildings and requesting that
Bteps be taken immediately toward furn
ishing facilities for the protection from
fire for this valuable property.
Clearing House Business.
Following is the busmen transacted
by tbe Los Angeles clearing house ior
the week ending October 7, 1893 :
Tuesday 9 335,981 30 S 01 389 0!)
Wednesday ) H0,813 42 2 ~742 12
Thursday 111,000 09 30,(175 > 0
Friday 103,800 »4 14.007 17
Saturday. 181,817 54 20,032 21
Total 9 893,482 19 #141,837 i 9
1891 9 839,894 44 $152,738 11
1892 810.53 a3B 190,411 35
James T. Towkil, Manager.
Los Angeles Mistrial Fai
OCTOBER 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21, 1893.
Southern ) AT" j
Great Fair.j PARK.
890,000 in aoriM aud pwmlurar. The neatest trotting, lUUlon and free-for-all
* uosaaversaan inOallloruis. Admlsilon, 60 cants
District Afiricultural Association, No.
L.THOKNK, Sep'y. io** .1. C. NRWTDN, Prea't
NEW LOH ANUELKH TIIKATBIt.
(Duder direction ol Al llayman.)
H. 0. WYAfT, Manager.
SATURDAY, > '
HAT U RDA V MATIKBE.fJKI
The Peerless Comedienne,
Supported by the Silver-voiced Tenor,
ANDREW MACK, iv the Ro
meutlc Irish Play,
Under the management of Mr. Harry Will
lami. The grandest of ail Irish cramas.
A carload of special acen;ry. Elegant cos
tumes. Beautliul sours.
See the Great Leap for Life!
Regular prioes—sl, 75c, 50c and 2r,c.
V.M.C.A. B'lding, S. Broadway
PUBLIC CLASS FOR THE ANALYSIS 07
Piano and Vocal Music
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
AFTB - NOON AT 2 O'CLOCK,
beginning September 30th.
ADMISSION, 50 CENTS.
Free to pupils ol tbe school. 8-22 lm
HENRY J. KRAMER'S
DANCING AND DEPORTMENT.
Beginners' Clara— Ladles, Misses and Masters,
opens Saturday, Octobsr 14th, 130 to 3:30
Advanced Class-Ladles, Misses aud Masters,
opens Saturday, October 14th, 3 30 to 9:30 p.m.
Infants' Class—For children 4 to 7 years old,
opens Monday, October 16th. 3:30 o 8 p. m.
Beglunera' class — Ladies and Gentlemen,
Monday aqd Thursday Evening.-, opens Mon
day, October 1 Oth at 7:1)0 p. m.
Advanced Class —Ladles and QenUemon,
opens Wodausday, October 18tn at 8 p. in.
For further particulars, apply at the oilico,
3to 5 daily, 139 West Flf ih Street. References
required from all applicants. 10-1 lm
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CIHJRCH,
Corner Second street and Broadway.
GEORGE W. CABLE
Will Read From an Unpublished Work
of Hit Own—("Not Yet Published, bat
Engaged to Be Married." — Boston
Herald) —And will intersperse the read
ings with Creole Songs, Wednesday,
Oct. nth, at 8 p.m.
ADMISSION, 50 cts. The entertainment is
forth) b-:uetU uf the lunch room for young
women, oondacted by the young women of tbe
chnrob. 10-6 7t
ANO ill. KS tUSAWt"~SM
(Onder direction of Al. Hayv. an.iM
U. C. W if ATT, MsnaJK
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Seats on sale Monday, Oot. Oth, at 0 a.m.
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From 7:30 lo 12 p.m., under the leadership i
the celebrated violin player,
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MISS AUGUSTA VKNDT,
MISS ANNA PANHANS,
MISS AO3USTA P.VNHANB,
MISS LIZZIE TIMMIN3,
MISB PAULINA KLAUS, >
MISS GERTRUDE KLAUS,
MISS NETTIE KLIUS,
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The finest Commercial Lunch In tbe city,
Meals a la carte at all hours. 10-7 tf
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Court St., bet. Main and Sprint ill
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EVERY EVENING, from 7:30 until 13, aal
Saturday Matinee from l to 4 p. m.
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Reappearance of the Favorites of Las Angeles,
MISS UNA CREWS,
MISS ANTONIE GREVE
And the celebrated
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MISS MARGUERITE BERTH, lilreotrast.
Fine commercial lunch dally. Meals a la
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wholesale Yard at 3AN FSEDRO.
Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, T -*f"<Ma_ |
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