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EVERYTHING GOES FOR HAGAN.
All Ti-Htimony Adduced at the
dodo* id* to the Creditor the Proa
Women Taatlfy That tfbey Navar Heard
Oe)*rie i.an.;na;<> From Dr. Pai
•uua «r Had lllec c I. ink a
Jfrora Or. Hagan.
The investigation of the county hos
pital management reopened yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock, with reading the
impositions oi Jacob Walling and An
;!rew Ames. These were the last wit
i esses examined for tbe prosecution.
The first deposition was tbat of An
drew Ames, who has been there since
June 21, 189:$. Witness stated that his
nnrse was a man named Jones, who was
iliainarieetfu! and often under tbe influ
ence tt liquor; he had r.o objection to
th» food, except tbat it often came to
ha 4 cold. A man named Cameron be
came orazy and approached tbe witness
and pulled tho bedclothes from him,
frightening him; he made complaint
and the man was removed. Ames is
Incnrably diseased, and states that when
he notifies Dr. Hagan of thecarelessneßß
of attendants he recetyee better atten
Jacob B. Walling—Went to hospital
May tl», 1K93. "Dr. Hagan, I reckon,
examined me. He said if there was any-
thing wroug with me he couldn't see it.
'It was three weeks after I came before I
got any medicine. Tbe food is good
enough. Was there when Dr. Brainard
Mr. Dillon announced that bis case
Mrs. Weston was tbe first witness for
tbe defense. Mrs. Weston said: "Am
a resident of this city. Have visited
tbe county hospital eight times In the
capacity of ministering to the sick and
needy. Went tbere to see tbe sufferers.
Was in several wards during my visits.
Did not ask patients about their food.
We took fruits, flowers and jellies, and
our hymnals and sung to them. I came
from New York city and the place looked
very primitive to me. I found tbe
floors and beds in good condition, ex
cept tbe paralytic ward, which waa in a
disarranged condition one day, although
the floors and beds were in almost per
fect order. That ward was under the
care of a temporary attend
ant. I received polite atten
tion from tbe officers on the occasion of
my visits. My eight visits have been
made within the past 12 months; have
met Dr. Hagan several times but only
spoke to him once."
Cross examined, Mrs. Weston stated
that she bad been a member of the
King's Daughters four or five months.
"I never told Mrs. Hamilton that tbe
hospital was the most revolting place I
ever saw. I criticised tbe place tbe day
the ward was so badly out of order. In
comparison with eastern hospitals, this
one is not aa delicately managed. Tbe
nurses are not as not as neat and tidy,
and 1 never saw a man nurse in a hos
pital before. I have been at the hospital
at meal time and found the meals excel
lent—all that could be desired—and it
waa served hot." <
Mrs. Fatton, a resident of tbe city (or
seven year* past, was called. "I can't
tell bow often I have visited tbe hospi
tal. Met Dr. Hagan several times, and
he treated me very courteously. Never
noticed any discourtesy on the part of
tbe nurses to tbe patients. The general
impression among" the patients was tbat
they had all tbey wanted."
Miss Berg testified: "I reside at tbe
county hospital; am a nnrse; bave been
a nurse tbere two years and two months.
Miss Birkey was a nurse in March last.
I remember a child being brought in
that had vermin on her head. I re
ceived her, bathed and put her to bed.
Did not wash ber bead, because Dr. Ha
gan put some salve on her head. The hot
water arrangements were the same as
in Dr. Brainard's time. There was hot
water in 'be bath tubs three times a
week, and could have given patients a
batb any time in the day or week.
There was always hot water till 8 o'clock
p. m. Three days in the week the water
came from tbe laundry. Tbe patients
have as good care night and day as they
did during Dr. Brainard's time. There
was no general complaint to me from the
Satients— it is about tbe same as during
t. Brainard's time."
The witness related tbe menu served
daily, and said the quality was good.
Dr. Hagan visited the wards usually
three times a day—morning, noon and
night. Dr. Parsons performed bis duties
the same ac the others. Dp stairs, as
far as I can see, he is always pleasant.
Miss Carrie L. Bowles wae tbe first
witness sworn after reassembling. Sbe
•tated sbe was a student nurse at tbe
hospital for several months and then
had been a regular nurse from last May
up to the present date. The idiotic girl,
Mary, was under her charge while she
wbb a night nurse. Qirl slept very
roundly and never left her bed during
tbe night, in best belief ot the witness.
Mrs. Warren, mentioned on this trial,
was in the charge of this witness, who
told her she would get her anything
that sbe could. Witness gave ber some
eggnog at midnight besides tbe regular
medicine prescribed for her by Dr.
Hagan. She once showed the witness a
bottle of something she said Mrs.
Beardeley bad given ber for her
cough. She said ehe thojght it ought
not to have been given her. Witness
had opportunity to observe Dr. Hagan's
conduct toward tbe patients; and
thought be was nniformly polite to
them. Student nurses were under the
instruction of regular nurses. Tbey
were entitled to their board, lodging,
washing and all necessaries, but were
not given any money to pay for their
Upon cross-examination as to with
whom sbe bad talked about tbe manage
ment of the hospital, she said sbe had
only talked with Dr. Hagan about it.
Witness knew tbe foolish girl May used
to be away from the ward twice during
the daytime. She was very nervous and
lighty, and it was hard to keep her in
the wan!. So far ac she knew, no nurse
had ever received any compensation for
giving her special attention to the
Just then witness was shown a niece
of paper and asked i: the writing was
hers. She admitted it was, but sa d sbe
had forgotten all about it. The paper
then was read aloud, and was an order
written by the witness asking for the
payment of $5 for special services as
nurse to a patient in the hospital. She
said the case occurred while Ehe was a
student nurse, and bad received no
regular nay for her services. The pa
tient was a dangerous woman, and very
difficult to control at times. Witness
was hired by tbe mother of the patient
at a time when not employed on any
regular duty. Such cases were necessa
rily otherwise kept under charge of a
man nurse. Tho girl with vermin in
i.er hair was bathed, all except her
bead, before she was put to bed. Next
day all her hair was cut and her bead
treated nicely. The sheets were washed
at once, and the bedstead bad bad dis
infectants applied to it next day.
Mrs. M. E. Berg, a witness at the
morning session, was then recalled and
asked by tbe prosecution if she recol
lected the case of a woman named jtisie
Ingle, to whom Dr. Hagan attempted to
give a hypodermic injection, and the
needle broke twice, co he had to get
another one, and the girl cried out that
she was smarting with pain.
Witness recollected Dr. I lagan admin
istering subcutaneous injections, but did
not remember any such circumstance as
Joseph Doyle, sworn—"Am a clergy
man of tbe Catholic church. Have
officiated about six weeks in tbe county
hospital, during which I >ia\«. visited
nearly all the wards of the county hos
pital. Have found the hospital to be
kept clean, and it is managed in a be
coming manner. The officiating physi
cian and assistants always treated the
patients kindly as far as be could see,
and had always treated him with the
utmost politeness. Knew of but one
case where a nnrse had treated a patient
unkindly, and that was limited to harsh
language. Have observed the food put
upon the tables from time to time. It
was good food, well cooked, and, co far
as be could judge, there waß plenty of
Mr. York—"Do you visit other hospi
tals in this city '!"
"j sometimes visit the sisters' hos
pital on Angelefio heights."
Mr. York—"How does the county
hospital compare with the Bisters' hoe
pi t. 1 ?"
"There is no chance for comparison,
as tbe people sent to the sisters' hos
pital have money enough to pay for all
tbey get. There is a compensation paid
regularly, and it cannot be called a
chatity hospital. The county hospital
Is a charity hospital, maintained for
treatment of people unable to pay their
wry ; and ie as well kept np and" regu
lated as any institution of tbe kind
within my knowlodge."
Mrs. M. A. Piereon, sworn: Was em
ployed in tbe county hospital in the
confinement ward as nurse to women in
childbirth. Was only employed in spe
cial cases. In one of those wards were
some insane people who needed special
Direct by Mr. York: She knew Mre.
Reddick very well. She was a good
woman, but had her moods. Some
times she was very amiable and at
others very cross.
"How about food at the hospital
while you were there?"
"There was always plenty after Dr.
Hagan came, thongh I had noticed a
scarcity about the last few months of
Dr. Brainard's term. After Dr. Hagan
came some of the patients were allowed
to bring in coal oil stoves and cook food
in the wards."
"Did you ever exact pay from pa
tients for services as nnrse?"
"I have been paid for services when I
was a Student nnrse in the hospital. At
tbat time I received no pay from tbe
county other than my board and wash
6. T. Oibson eworn: Waa one of tbe
nnrses at tbe county hospital. Went
tbere first as a patient and remained till
tbe Ist of August, when I was employed
on tbe lawns and afterwards as nurse
in tbe wards.
"Have charge as night nurse of wards
10, 11, 12 and 13, and the insane ward.
Am under instructions from Dr. Hagan
when tbere, and during hm absence un
der those of Dr. Parsons. Met Mrs.
Potts and Mre. Landt tbere, but have
no personal acquaintance with them.
Never heard them engaged in criticising
the supply of food and tbe water in the
Mr. York —"Did they talk to anybody
but you in reference to getting an affi
"Do not remember."
Mr. York—"Did they come to you to
get you to make an affidavit in tbe Libby
"Yes, sir; but I refused."
Mr. York—"How did these ladies treat
you after you refueed to sign that affi
"They never spoke to me, bat seemed
to wish to avoid me."
Mr. York—"Did Mrs. Landt ever
make any remarks about the food?"
"Yes; she came in there one day just
when we had finished dinner. She sat
down to the table and said she had
never seen such rubbish given tobnman
beingß to eat."
Mr. York—"Did either of these ladies
ever say anything to you about Dr.
"due of them said, one day, while
they were there, that Dr. Post was a
very nice young gentleman, and tbey
were going to bave him back."
"How often do you see Dr. Hagan T"
"He comes there about 10 o'clock
every night, and I go through my wards
with him, when he makes hia rounds of
CroBS-examined by Mr, Dillon: "I
got out of bed one night and put Russell
back into bed when he was delirious
from fever. Mrs. Potts used to sit by
Libbry's bed and talk with him, but do
not recollect calling her or any other
lady over to his bedside. He com
plained a great deal, as most sick men
do. He complained from tbe day he
entered the hospital to the day be left
Mr. Rush—"Do you remember telling
Libby that he was very ungrateful to
sign tbe statement in the Times after
all the kindness Mrs. Landt and Mrs.
Potts had shown him?"
''No, sir; 1 have no recollection of
having censured Libby for publishing
Mr. Rush—"Did you not tell Mr.
Clark, Mrs. Potts and Mrs. Landt that
the. hospital was not kept properly and
war no place for sick people?"
"I never bave,"
Mr. Rash—"Did you not ask Mrs.
Potts and Mrs. Landt to write for you a
letter to tbe new insane asylum, asking
for a place aa attendant?"
"No, sir. I said 1 would like to get
tho place and showed them letters 1
brought from BBylums in the east where
Referring to tbe death of Kavanaugh,
witness said she had seen him with a
bottle in hie hand which she supposed
was cough medicine. Saw a bottle
marked "Poison" in his hand. "When
he told me he hud taken some Btuff out
of this bottle J ran at once and woke up
both doctors. I took the bottle out of
Kavanaugh's hand, but be died a short
"How did that bottle get there?"
"Don't know, sir; never saw it on the
table by bis bed."
Mr. Rush—"When you called the doc
tors to come into the ward, when Kava
LOS ANGELES TTERALD SATURDAY MORNING DECEMBER 30,1893.
nauith took tbe poison, what doctors
"Drs. Parsons and Hagadorn."
"What, lid they do?"
"Dr. Hauadorn asked me to hurry up
and get some hot water."
Mr. Rush- "Yon say you were th 9
nurse in charge and yet you don't know
how that bottle of pois-in got on the
window shelf by that man's bed?"
"No. sir ; I do not."
M. J. Elirlman sworn : "Have been at
the hospital four months and am an in
mate of ward 11. Have always been
well treated. My physician is Dr. Mc-
Coy. My malady is disease of the eyes.
Mrs. Landt came and aeked if I was well
fed and otherwise taken care of. I told
her I had no compiaint to make at all.
She aeked me for a pencil and a piece of
paper and walked over to tbe bedside of
a Frenchman named Charles. She said
ehe wanted the hospital run as it should
Mr. York—"Did Mrs. Landt ever pie
scribe for you?"
"She told me once to get the tea leaves
out of the teapot and put them ou my
eyes before going to bed ; Baid they were
good to keep down inflammation."
John Donnelly was next sworn and
went on to describe tbe fare at the hos
pital and said it was quite es good as be
had any right to exptct. He said he
had taiked to other patients, some of
whom were satisfied and others growled,
but. all said tbey had enough to eat; he
thought it was quite good enough for a
Mr. Dillon—"Did you not tell Mrs.
Landt that you were dissatisfied?"
Mrs. Grace Battelle sworn: "Was a
patient iv the county hospital during
the month of October. The physicians
were very attentive, the food was goad
and I had nothing with which I could
Mrs. C. W. Gordon—"Have been an
inmate of tbe county hospital twice dur
ing the term of Dr. Brainard and once
during tbat of Dr. Hagan. Have been
treated with kindness by both gentle
men. The nurses were uniformly kind
to me, and Mrs. Berg conld not have
been kinder to me if she had been a
"Did you not say you had been badly
treated by Dr. Hagan?"
"Did yon not go to Mrs. Beardsley'e
house to tell her that when you got one
of your spells, Dr. Brainard gave you
medicine to quiet you, but Dr. Hagan
put you into a cell and locked you up?"
Charles Nelson, sworn—This was a
very volunble Scandinavian gentleman,
who said that Mr. Clarke had ap
proached bim and bad offered to pay
him if he would testify to the bad man
agement of the hospital. Mr. Landt
had offered tbe witness clothes if he
would sign a statement that the hospital
needed a younger manager, that Dr.
Hagan was getting too old.
Mr. Rush—"Has anybody else of
fered you money to testify against Dr.
"No, sir. I told them this was the
right place to speak about snch mat
This was the last witness, and tbe
hearing was postponed till this morning
at 10 o'clock.
THE ORPHAN ASYLUM.
The Bittara Announce the Glvera of
The - Sisters of charity of Los Angeles
Orphan Asylum tender most heartfelt
thanks on behalf of the dear children,
to tbe kind friends and natrons whose
bountiful gifts have made the Christmas
holidays all the more joyful.
The presents received were $10 from
Mr. J. C. Hannon of Savannah ; Mre. V.
Ponet, 10 turkeys, orangeß and lemons ;
Mrs. D. M. McGarry, 10 jars preserves, 1
ham and chickens; Mr. S. Grant, 100
pounds of flour: Seecbitano & Rose,
nuts, raisins and fruit; M. Walsh
(Southern California Packing company),
250 cane preserved figs and large box of
raisins; Mr. J. Herlihy, large
ham and raisins; Mrs Emeline Cbilds,
candy, nuts and cakee; Mrs. M. A. Cole
man, candy, preserves and oranges;
Mrs. Joseph Meomer, candy and toys;
J. M. Spence & Co., one bucket candy ;
J. J. Rodriguez, oranges and apples; W.
H. Workman and F. Sabicbi, oranges ;
Mre. Cuneo of San Gabriel, chickens;
Mrs. G. Kerckboff, candy: Mrs. Stamm,
box of raisins; W. C. Murray, $2; Louis
F. Kowski, one turkey; Bishop & Co.,
crystalized fruit: a lady friend, $8.
HE EXPIRED SUDDENLY.
Charles Holuian IHaa a Htranger In a
Coroner Catea held an inquest yester
day at Orr & Co.'s upon the body of
Charles Holman, who died suddenly the
The coroner's jury found that the
man died from heart disease. He was
rooming near the corner of Second
street aud Wolfskill avenue.
So far as known Holman has no
relatives in the city. He formerly lived
in San Francisco.
liF CREAM \jffA
THE GOOD LUCK BAKING POWDER.
Dr. Price's is known everywhere as the Good Luck
Baking Powder, owing tD the fact that good luck always
attends its use. With Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
housewives never fail to make most delicious biscuit, pot
pies, pastry and cake that remain moist, sweet, and delight
THE DOCTORS ARE NOT IN IT.
Dr. Warnon's Hands and Pray
ers Effect Cures.
Spinal Meningitis and Deafness Cured
in a Minute.
The Faith Care Proceeding* at the Tem
perance Temple—Sick People Made
Whole at Once—Laat Even
Brother Warnon heid a faith caring
service last night, and today half tne
doctors in town are wondering what the
Hades will become of them.
People who had never beard for 12
and 20 years conld hear a whisper at any
distance, spinal meningitis was cured
and sight restored, aud no time wasted,
The average time for curing blindness
was about five! taconds; ditto rheuma
tism and deafness.
The hall and gallery were more than
crowded, many people standing during
the entire evening for lack of seating
The service was opened with the fling
ing of several hymn?, after which Rev.
Mr. Stevens suggested that it would be
as well to make the collection before
Tbe money co obtained, he stated,
would be applied to defraying the living
and traveling expenses of Mr. Warnon
and bis sister, also tbe rent of the hall
and necessary sundries. It was also
announced that Mr. Warnon could not
be seen at his private residence, and the
audience were forbidden to call on him
at any time but that occupied by tbe
Tbe speaker declared that all who ex
pected to experience tbe laying on of
hands must first send a detailed de
scription of their afflictions prior to
receiving the assistance of Brother
What the precise bearing this was to
bave upon Brother Warnon's powers w as
A prayer was then offered np that tbe
faitb healer might be specially imbued
with healing powers during the evening,
at the conclusion of which prayer Brother
Mr. Warnon ia a patriarchal looking
gentleman with flowing whiskers, a
dignified expression and a pronounced
Only a short time was occupied by the
speaker, who for a few minutes dilated
upon the wonderful results accompany
ing faith and tbe laying on of hands.
It was impressed upon those present
they were not to expect an instantan
eous or lasting cure, but tbe speaker
added tbat God frequently did beal in
stantaneously and bade hia hearers take
comfort. This waa followed by a realistic
description of the disease of peritonitis,
which was extremely unpleasant to
listen to, many women in tbe hall
plainly evincing their disgust, but
Brother Warnon continued his detailed
description until tbe conclusion was
reached and the sufferer from per
itonitis healed. During the healing,
Mr. Warnon related how, at the criti
cal period of tbe woman's illness, tbe
listeners present, heard muflled sounds
hailing from tbe dying woman's inte
rior. These, said Brother Warnon,
were the sounds of tbe diseased organs
reviving. The noises were like the
cracking of a person's fingers, and after
lasting a few minutes, the dying woman
rose and threw things around.
When tbe speaker reached this point,
many hallelujahs were audible in the
hall; there were also a few audible
sniggers, but tbe irreverent ones were
in the minority.
Those who were partly healed at the
last service were then requested to come
forward, in order that the work of heal
ing might be completed.
An old man with a lame foot was ac
companied by three others, whose ail
ments were not visible to tbe naked eye.
Tbey were informed tbat if tbey were
not cured, it was because tbey hadn't
believed hard enough ; if they believed,
nothing on earth could prevent their
Brother Warnon, pointing out one of
his subjects, told her to tell her ex
perience with neuralgia and failing eye
She declared tbat after having ex
perienced the laying on of hands her
sight was renewed and her neuralgia
Brother Warnon said "praise the
Lord," in an astonished tone, and a
hard-working doctor, who had strayed
into the meeting, swore, and going out
side drank heavily.
Tbe same lady stated she had rheuma
tism and couldn't raise ber arm
above her head, hadn't been able to for
12 years; she was also deaf.
Brother Warnon laid his hands upon
the useless shoulder and the woman
raised her arm instantaneously above
He spoke to her and ber deafness
"I'raisH the Lord, —next," ejacnlated
"Next" was a woman who declared
she had been deaf for 12 years. Brother
Warnon laid his bands upon her and
she regained her bearing.
"Prai«e tbe Lord and come again to
Another, who experienced tbe heal
ing touch upon the previous day de
clared her hearing was perfect. Brother
Warnon went to the other end of the
platform, and smiling hopefully said:
"Can yon hear what I say ?"
"Oh, I can. I can," was the answer.
"Well," said Warnon surprisedly, and
beamed upon hie audience.
The next one, an old man, was a suf
ferer fJora spinal meningitis. He had
experienced the laying on of hands and
waa almoet cured.
The next man who went npon the
platform bad bad pains in hia head and
Something; went wrong here, end after
laying hie hand* on five times, Brother
Warnon gave up tbe unbeliever in dis
A number of others, with every dis
ease imaginable, received tbe laying on
of bands aud declared themselves bene
Judging from tbe quickness and suc
cess of the results attained by Mr. War
non, the physician's art ought soon to
be an unknown quantity.
ANO I'll Kit HKALEK.
The distinguished evangelist, Mrs. M.
B. Woodworth, is meeting with a suc
cess beyond all precedent in her gospel
tent meetings on Los Angeles street,
Over 50 persons have been healed of
all manner of diseases, and are present
daily to verify the fact. The interest
taken by the people haß been intensified
to a blaze of excitement. The meetings
are held at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m.
NEW DETECTIVE FIRM.
A. B. Lswioa and John K. Bennett
Form a Partnership.
A. B. Laweon, the well-':nown de
tective, and J. E. Bennett, an equally
well-known newspaper man, for several
years connected with the reportorial
staff of the city press, have formed a
partnership in the detective and claim
collecting business, with main offices
located in Lob Angeles. Mr. Laweon
will very shortly devote his attention to
tbe San Francisco office, at 16 Mont
gomery street, leaving Mr. Bennett to
manage the Los Angelea office.
Mr. Laweon will, however, divide his
time between the two cities, coming to
Los Angelee whenever detective work
requires his attention here. Mr. Ben
nett, in addition to his experience in
newspaper work, is a member of tbe
Los Angeles bar.
Mr. Lawson is one of tbe ablest de
tectives in the country, and has a most
enviable reputation for integrity and re
liability. His fine personal quali
ties bave won him a host of friends
hereabouts, whose best wishes will be
with him in his new venture.
VANDER LECK—Died in thia city, December
29th, I orenz Vander Leek, aged 82 years
and 10 mouths.
Funeral will take place from his late reai
dence, 236 South Main street, Sunday, Decem
ber 31st, at 2 d. m.
Mrs. John H. Coole
"My little girl had tores on her face and
ric»d'» Sstmapitrilla ha.-, healed them. I
had a terrible diuma la my awmack. I was
troubled with aeartbana, and licit hro.dn.che
frequently seized me. I have been taking
and all this la changed. Ido not havo dyspep
sia, heartburn or sldt headache." Mas. John
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TiTTRTT Lack Of Eilt-rgV, j nimoe*s.,f SlghN Sell IMstni*t, lief*©-
LfEjDLLiL 1 X pVv«ieil I pV-v tlve ™ ema 'l; Himplei on the F.ce,
, . ~, , Physical Decay. | Aversion to ihe Soc ety of Ferailes,
Loss of Ambition, Laclt of Confl .c ice, Gloominess, Despondency, Birretuesi, Unntno.* to
Marry. Melanchoiy, Dyspepsia, Lost Minhood, lams In the Back, Varicocele, treaed Willi suc
"OT (~\ f\ W \ ATTI CVTM Diseases, all f.irtni ec'.iug Bol>-, Nose or
JJLUW U I__\_J oJIVXiN I'nroal, akin and Ponw, B<otche<, Krup
,,,.,„ „, . lion-, Acn=, K-zem i, Old .Sore*, Ulcere,
i Painful swellings from whatever cause, treated by meansof sate, time-t.ied iemedles
■ riticT and Bwollt.it .Jolnta and Kli«omatt«tii, '-> • It.nnir. tit Klooal Polentt, <'UltKn.
KIDNEY AND URINARY gSWaiiSt
ÜBErilAl. STItItTI UK Permanently Ourrd. Soft-reeling bunch or earth-lllte
worm*. v «rlc»c.l»-la durable.
A SPECIALIST who cures diseases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT.
CATARRH treated by our special method—the ONLY SUCCESSFUL
DISEASES OF WOMEN CURED.
No instruments, no exposure of person, scientific treatment, perfec 1 : conB
dence, years of unlimited success. Call on or address
Los Angeles Medical and Surgical Institute, 24i S. Main St.
To loon in small sums on Improved City Pruprrty and on Improved
Ranch Property near Los Angeles. Current rates—no com emissions.
SECURITY LOAN & TRUST CO.
223 S. SPRING ST., LOS ANGELES.
M. W. STIMSON, Pres't. C. S. CRISPY, V.-Pres't. J. M. ELLIOT I', Treaa.
W. E. McVAY. Assistant Secretary.
Directors—J. 31. Elliott, A. E. Pomeroy, C. M. Stlmron, 0. 8. Crlsty, E. L. Farris, M. W Btimson
tournament u o"f roses
NEW YEAR'S DAY, 1894.
Orand parade of decorated teams, saddle horses and ponies at 8:30 In the morning. Valna
ble prizes ottered ior each dais—sixes anil fatir-in-hands tingle and double teams, etc. Racing
evenia of all sorts. Ranchman's race, dressing race, steeplechase, spoon and eg race, bicrele
races. Scotch and Shetland pony race, Display of line horsemanship, Spanish games, etc.
Valuable prizes for all events at park.
tudges of racing events—Capt J. C. Newton, Capt. A. W. Barrett, H, W. Iteinscb. Music
by DoualaV band of bos Angeles. Round-trip tickets from «U points on the kite shaped track
over the Santa Fe at ieduced rates Reserved seats on chair aland for sale at Su< niurotl's book
store, Pasadena: price, $1. First class lunch at the park at reasonable prices. Transportation
to and from the park at low rates.
For entry blanks and further particulars apply at Tournament of Roses Headquarters, 52
East Colorado street, Pasad»na. •
Artinl.alnn to Park, 50c. Children, half price. No extra charge for tetmi.
Court st., bet. Main and Spring st t.
F. KERKOW, Proprietor and Mgr.
Free Refined Entertainment Every Evening
from 7:30 until 12, and Saturday
Matinee from 1 to 4 p.m.
First appearance in l.os Angeleß of Europe'j
First appearance in Lea Angeles of tbe famous
MISS TRIX EDA.
One mote week of the favorite of Lot
MISS I<OHA CLEMENCE.
The graceful little beauty,
MISS AM TOM I E Q R EVE.
Fine Commercial lunch dally. Meals ala
carte at all hours. 3-14 ly
BI'K HANK THEATER,
Main st., bet. Fifth and Sixth sts.
Fred A. Cooper, Director.
Grand holiday attraction—Week commencing
MONDAY AFTERNOON, DEC. 25.
Elaborate production of the great dramatic
The Courier or the Czab.
DARRELL VINTON as Michael Strogoff.
Supported by the entl c Coorer Company of
Playors— A Grand Sp eiaity Company
Matinee ChristmfS Day at 2 o'clt ck, when
eteiy child attending wiU be presented with v
Prices remain the rami 1 , Isr, 20u and ?Oe.
Box seats, 50c aud 75c. Doer.-, open at 7:15;
eur.atn rites at 8,
Reserved seats on sale at the box office on-j
week in advance.
HENRY J. KRAMER'S SCHOOL FOR
Class for beginners Ladies and Gentlemen,
will form Thursday evtntng. Jan. 4th.
Class for Mints and Masters, Saturday after
ACADEMY, 130 W. FIFTH STREET.
12-30 7t ■
A U C T lON !
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
Cloaks and Wraps!
Wednesday, Jan. 8. 1894,,
10 O'CLOCK A. M., AT 421> 428 '£. BPRISTG ST.
Comprising Ladles' and Children's Wraps.
Doiiuan-, Jackets, Newmaraeis, Capes, Dud
ters, Je r,ey Jackets, Cn.nmere and Shetland
Wool .--h,wls, ready-iiim! iDreastp, Plain, l'tu ii
and BraidedGarments,etc. Tne eu gtoc*
coiiHU.ied to us fur Immediate s.ile, and mv I
De disposed of tf cott.
MATLOCK & REED,
The beautiful Hotel Arcadia at Santa Monica
wll. be open throughout ihe year. It is to be
under a new and efficient management. It fas
been refurnished throughout with m tuern fue
nlture. and guests will be furuUued with a
faultless cuisine. Terms moderate. Santa
Monica is the queen or tho Pacific Coast water
ing places; beauilful sea views; agr cable win
ter climate; fine sea bathing. 12-17 lm
(Under direotion of Al Havman.)
H. C. WYATI', - - MANAGER
FRIDAY AN D ATuRnAY j 2j) 30
AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
MR. GHAS. DICKSON
Accompanied by His Model Organiza
tion, in Comedy Ke,c.toiler
ADMITTED TO THE BAR
Regular rrlces-sl, 75c, 50e and 25t.
S.atsou sale Monday, Dec. 25th.
\TKW L(H AS'lti.HS THB4TKK.
j.l lUnder direction ol At. Haywan.*
11. C. WYATT. Mauaijjr.
MONIJAV A TtjEsDAvTi JANDiRY I «2
NEW YEAR'S MATINEE
BARLOW TV TAMMOTH
UNLiER THE DIRECTION OF A. L. DOLSON,
Billy Barlow, James Barlow,
i;ob Vui n.-s-y. F ed Mark tin :-,>.
V\l,ilam Gorman, Cha f . Kenaird,
Special engagement Broadway Quartette*
. H ward Power,, UrNt teno-; Arthur La Bord*
second tenor: Fox teamuel.", bar tone: W.. <4Ut,
ba bo. A nigh oi melody and mlrto. heflne
meut in every featu c.
Grand slreet parade 11:30. Seats now on sale.
GUAM) OFEKA H OC*IC, o
LEONARD GROVER, Manager.
CHRISTMAS WEEK—SIMri.Y OVERWHELM
LEONARD GROVER, JR.,
—I-'lttST PERFORM i.MC£ Of —
Our Boar ding House
THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 28.
Souvenir MaUnee Saturday.
Note—Tau extreme o( popular prices, 50e,
350,850, Ise. Loge-, Tftc and »1. Nohlghet
pri"e. no extra lor securing.'
ATBy~t;Hiilsi'.MAs I'KESSN l's at the Grand
Opera Boom matinee.
Cue. Isaned at toe Christinas matinee w.l.
be extrhangtd lor numbered ticket) at boa
office an? illy during me week. 'Xheae uuaa
bered tickets are good for the big presents a|
Ijiu Baturday matinee. 12-17 it