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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SPECIALS
INDEX TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEWS
A bold midnight robbery at Santa Monica.
Summer at Catalina tempts visitors to come.
A Pasadena street being fitted for boulevard use.
High and dry winds threaten the beets at Anaheim.
The Philadelphia sails from San Diego for Honolulu
The operahouse at Orange ready for the opening night.
Ontario fruit shipments include most of the season's crop.
San Bernardino's scarlet fever turns out to be chickenpox-
Oood attendance at the meeting of Bedland's horticulturists.
Whlttier school employes anxious about changes to be made.
Blverside's sheriff comes home; Sepulveda still in the mountains.;
Santa Ana supervisors don't want a flagpole on the courthouse grounds.
Eagle Rock people offer good inducements to secure the boulevard route
through the valley.
LOS ANGELES COUNTY
PASADENA, April B.—(Regular Cor
respondence.) It is very probable that
Terrace drive will be extended from
Elevado drive, where It now ends, to
connect with Pnstdena avenue at Pal
metto drive in a southeasterly direction.
This will extend the street three blacks,
and It will then be widened eighty feet
to form a handsome boulevard. Among
•he gentlemen who have been promot
ing the matter are G. F. Kernaghan,
Newton Claypool, E. H. Lockwood, Dr.
G. R. Thomas, Senator Barker and oth
ers living In the vicinity. This street
has a number of handsome residences
on It, and should It bechosen as the route
for the proposed boulevard to Los An
geles, as is possible, visitors from that
city would enter Pasadena where they
would receive a most favorable Impres
A WOODEN WEDDING.
Dr. and Mrs. Laird of South Marengo
avenue celebrated their wooden wed
ding anniversary last evening. Flowers
figured In profusion in the house deco
rations, and Dr. and Mrs. Laird re
ceived many handsome presents, all of
wood, of course, and highly useful and
ornamental. Among the presents was a
handsome sideboard, which was pre
sented by Rev. Clarence True Wilson on
behalf of a number of Dr. and Mrs.
Laird's friend?. Elaborate refreshments
About fifty couples attended the fire
men's hall at Auditorium hall last even
ing. The affair was a most successful
and enjoyable one and dancing was en-
Joyed from 9 till 12 oclock. The orders
were designed for the occasion and
formed dainty souvenirs. The ladies'
orders were ornamented wiht a cut of a
fireman saving a child from a burning
building; those of the gentlemen with i|
cut of an engine dashing through a
street. A program of eighteen dances
was carried out. among them "The Fire
man's Call," during which at intervals
the fire gong sounded. Punch was
served The committee having the af
fair In charge was composed of Messrs.
Allen, Maclntyre, Hovey and Floor
Managers Foulke, Case and George..
The Misses Bulkely and Mr. Bulkely
of First street entertained at cards last
evening at their home. Hoses and smi
lax formed artistic decorations, and re
freshments of wafers, cake and frultade
were served. Mrs. F. S. Hearn won la
dles' first prize and Clarence Chamber
lain gentlemen's first. Mr. Beach won
lone hand, and Miss Yates and Arthur
The members of the Madrigal quart?t,
Misses Elizabeth Jones, Longley, Scud
der and Eaton, and the Amphlon quar
tet, Messrs. Chambers, Earle, Green
and Klamroth, were entertained by Miss
Alice Eaton at her home In South Pasa
dena last evening with music and re
At the meeting of the King's Daugh
ters yesterday afternoon at the home of
Miss Hatty Lacey on North Marenge
avenue, the election of officers was held
and with one exception the officers of
last year were re-elected. They are as
follows: Leader, Mrs. Mason; secre
tary, Miss Balctelder; treasurer, Miss
Wickens. The secretary reported nine
families being helped with ft>od and
clothing for the lust six months.
Mr. Frank Seamans and Miss Seamans
entertained friends with a bowling party
yesterday evening at the Painter bowl
ing alley. Refreshments were servd.
At a meting of the county board of
supervisors yesterday it was decided to
coincide with the city in the rebuilding
of the Linda Vista bridge across the
arroyo. Three of the supervisors were
In the city this morning and looked Into
I'.e project further. The city pays one
lalf the costs of the new bridge and th>;
county one-half. The total cost will be
An association of traffic managers cf
the Southern Pacific railroad will ar
rive In the city en masse tomorrow in
three special cars at 1:30 p .m. They
are from different parts of the world as
well as the United States, and they will
remain In the city about a half hour, go
ing from here to Santa Monica. The
board of trade has taken the matter of
entertainment In hand and while on ac
count of the short stay of the visitors an
elaborate program cannot be carried out
any persons having flowers or fruit to
spare will leave them at the Southern
Pacific depot before 12 oclock
Friday, April 16th, will be devoted to
sports at the bicycle track .In the morn
ing there will be bicycle races and In the
afternoon baseball and Scotch games.
Manager Frank Lyman has charge of
the affair and the proceeds will go to
The Throop students voted this morn
ing to accept the invitation of the board
of trade to occupy a tallyho In the Fiesta
parade. Tomorrow committees of ar
rangement will be chosen to decide
which ot the pretty girls of the institutes
are to be honored with seats in the tally
ho, also other Important details.
The Y. M. C. A. deserves credit for
providing Pasadena people with a most
delightful series of concerts and enter
tainments this month. The next event
in the course is the appearance of Arthur
Lolnlng, impersonator and monologist.
at the Presbyterian church, on Thurs
day evening, April 15th.
When the New Raymond hotel will be
built no one seems to know, but In let
ters written to friends here by Mr. Ray
mond says that it will be built. The
plans to be used have been drawn up by
Architect T. W. Parkes, who Is putting
on the finishing touches during leisure
The Hotel Green will probably close
May Bth. No definite time has certainly
been set, but as near as can be Judged
by the departure of tourists, which has
already begun, this will be the date.
The Amerlcus club drilled last night In
front of the city hall. There was a good
attendance und the members are enthu
siastic over the honor conferred upon
them by the Fiesta committee.
A man named Boyd, charged by Dr.
Thomas with malpractlcing veterinary
surgery, has been arrested and will be
tried In the recorder's court tomorrow
W. A. Helss and family spending a
few days on their ranch at La Canyada.
A. R. Metcalfe went to Riverside to
day on legal business.
Mrs. Hendeison, who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. H. K. Macom
ber, leaves tomorrow for her home in
Mr. and Mrs. Craven of Bellefontaine
street have returned from a visit to
J. A. Jacobs is spending his time at
Long Beach on account of 111 health.
Miss Linds and son of Casa Grande
left today for San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Evans have re
turned from Catallna.
Mrs. Hillings and daughter of the Mira
monte left this morning for San Fran
Mls9 Bragdon of Hotel Green enter
tained at dinner last evening.
Bert Chadwick and CllfTord'Wood have
returned from Switzer's camp.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Grandin of St. Lou-
Is, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Coggswell, left last night for San Fran
I. L. Marsh of Peoria Is a guest In the
H. C. Allen made a trip around the
kite-shaped track today.
Miss Bessie Churchill of Pomona Is a
guest of friends In this city.
Irwin Gould Is the guest of friends at
Councilman Patten Is out again, hav
ing recovered from the grip.
Miss Halsey of South Madison avenue
leaves on the 2toh for the east.
AVALON. April B.—(Special Corre
spondence.) The arrival of the U. S. S.
Albatross m the bay on Wednesday
created a considerable diversion for the
Inhabitants and visitors. The Albatross
which is chartered by the United States
fish commissioners, steamed up from
San Diego on Tuesday and anchored off
the Isthmus on Tuesday night. She Is
In command of Captain Mosser, and the
other officers on board are Lieutenant
Blrbeck, McGinnls, Fassett and Sterl
ing, Paymaster Dv Bois and Dr. Young.
It is a poor time of the year for the com
missioners' officers to investigate the
fishing resources of Catallna's coast, for
at present they have to confine their at
tention to grouper and mackerel. The
Albatross came down from the isthmus
Wednesday morning and after a visit to
the grouper beds weighed anchor In the
bay shortly before sundown. A numbe.
of the officers came ashore In the evening
and spent a few enjoyable hours at the
hotel and taking in the sights of the lit
tle town. This morning they have re
turned to the grouper beds, but promise
a reception this afternoon,when the very
valuable and interesting exhibits of fish,
the same as shown at the world's fair,
will be open to visitors.
Professor Charles F. Holden has been
here for ten days and while the big and
gamy fish are still elusive, he is in dally
training for his first encounter with
something worth having.
The Island is looking rarely beautiful
with Its rich garment of green, the grass
and foliage being unusually luxurious
this year owing to the plentiful rains.
The extensive Improvements that the
Banning brothers are making to their
property this year are now well under
way. A very considerable and commo
dious addition Is being made to- the
, Metropole, and the new stage road from
Avalon over the hills to Eagle ranch,
which promises to provide a surpas
singly beautiful drive, is rapidly assum
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1897
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rlttman of Cleve
land, 0., came over on the Falcon on
Wednesday, meaning to return the same
day, but they were so entranced with the
beauties and attractions of the Island
that, they decided to Btay.
Passengers of the Falcon are dally en-
Joying a marvelously beautiful vision of
the wonders of the deep. On Wednesday
there was a continuous and ever varylnr.
display of the gigantic jelly fish, trim
med with every shade of purple and
A few more warm days and the fisher
men are confident that the sea bass and
yellowtall will be here In plenty. The
first sea bass of the season were cap
tured off Pebbly beach on Tuesday even
ing. There Is already good deep sea and
bottom fishing; several ladles under
Captain McDonald's guidance secured a
fine string of grouper yesterday.
The buzz of the saw and the knock of
the hammer pervade Avalon In prepar
ation for the comfort and accommoda
tion of the host of visitors that are con
fidently expected during the comlngsea
The "magic Isle" Is looking its very
best, and no tourist can afford to neglect
to visit this beauty spot of Southern
California. That the majority of them
are recognizing this fact, the daily ar
rivals on the Falcon seems to indicate.
SANTA MONICA, April B.—(Regular
Correspondence.) William Pace of Los
Angeles, an employe of the Southern Pa
cific, and his wife, came down here to
visit Mrs. Pace's father, Henry King,
ex-chlef of police of Los Angeles. Mr.
Pace and his wife were given rooms in
a cottage belonging to John Spier, which
Mr. King had charge of. At about 2
oclock In the morning Mrs. Pace awak
ened her husband, telling him there was
some one in the house. Mr. Pace struck
a match, when a revolver was thrust In
his face and a demand made for his
money or his life, an accompanying shot
going through his right l<m near the
kmee. His wife screamed that her hus
band was shot, and the burglar replied
that in that case he might as well finish
Pace called out to him that he was
not hurt at all and for them to take his
money, which was in his clothes, that he
only had about $10 with him, and for
them to take that and his clothes too,
and leave them their lives.
The burglar took themoney and then
turned and fired two shots at the fright
ened occupants of the bed, but missed
them in the darkness.
King notified Marshal Dexter, who
went to the place and found tracks from
heavy hob-nailed boots, and later ar
rested two men who claim to have walk
ed here from San Francisco, doing odd
Jobs at tlnsmithlng on the way.
The shoes worn by one fitted thi
marks. The men gave their names a3
Philip Straub and George Saunder3.
They were held for examination Satur
day . * '
EAGLE ROCK, Cal., April 8— (Reg
ular Correspondence.) The enthusiasm
concerning the Los Angeles and Pasa
dena boulevard project, instead of di
minishing, Is Increasing dally. Another
meeting at the school house last night
demonstrated the fact that not only were
the people of Eagle Rock fully alive to
the importance of offering great Induce
ments to bring the boulevard here, but
they are receiving the hearty support
of the people of Verdugo and Glendale,
as they say' they can connect with It near
the residence of Andrew Glassell, and
have the pleasure of driving to the city
through Griffith park. The right of way
is now granted from Scoville park at the
arroyo near Pasadena to the Sisters'
hospital on Bellevue avenue, In Los An
geles, and no difficulty is anticipated
In its extention to Alvarado street.
Among many other Important matters
discussed at last night's meeting in con
nection with the boulevard was one In
regard to securing a hundred acres from
Johnson and Bradbury near Eagle Rock,
and including the rock itself, for a park.
It is one of the most romantic and plc
ANAHEIM, April B.—(Regular Cor
respondence.) A heavy wind Is blow
ing from the east this morning, and the
air Is full of dust and sand. The wind
Is quite warm and will dry out the
surface of the ground quite rapidly.
Some apprehension is felt as to the
effect it will have on the beet crop, as
the soil in some localities Is quite light
and the seed and young beets are liable
to be blown out of the ground.
A. L. Lewis will start to San Fran
cisco Monday morning to attend the
grand council of the order of Chosen
Friends, which convenes there on the
13th. He will remain until the 27th, to
attend the meeting of the grand parlor
of the N. S. O. W., which convenes on
Mrs. H. C. Cross, who is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. J. D. Lane, was called to
Los Angeles Tuesday on account of the
illness of her granddaughter.
The Savings, Loan and Building asso
ciation elected the following directors
at the annual meeting Saturday even
ing: J. P. Zeyn. H. W. Chynoweth, J.
Backs, Joseph Helmson, R. Melrose, H.
A. Dlckel, A. L.' Lewis, N. F. Steadman,
H. A. McWilliams, F. Crist, W. F. Mid
Peter Welsel Is off to Milwaukee on a
business trip for a couple of weeks.
Mrs. Emma Hilmer of Madera Is vis
iting friends in this city.
Frank Reynolds is building again on
the site where his residence was burned
a short time ago.
Ed Tlsnerat of Alamitos was in the
SANTA ANA, April 8 —(Regular Cor
respondence.) About noon today Gran
ville Spurgeon was driving toward home
in his open buggy when at a point near
Mrs. Frank Monaghan's residence one
of the front wheels of the vehicle rolled
off, allowing the corner of the buggy to
drop against the horse's heels. The ani
mal dashed up the street at full speed.
Mr. Spurgeon jumped, and fortunately
struck in such a manner that, though
violently shaken up, he escaped with but
•light Injury. His right knee was
turesque spots In the state, and is in
reality a natural park.
At the conclusion of the meeting P.
W. Parker was appointed to accompany
the committee through Eagle Kock and
explain to them the route agreed upon.
Another meeting will be held next
week for the purpose of putting the
proposition into definite shape.
WHITTIER, April B.—(Regular Cor
respondence.) Miss Emma Shaw gave a
party to some of her friends on Tuesday
evening. The evening was spent In danc
ing, after which refreshments were
A tallyho party of young people from
Whittler went to Santa Fe Springs, on
Tuesday evening, where they enjoyed
the evening dancing.
Miss Stella Trueblood has accepted
a position In a millinery establishment
in Los Angeles.
S. W Clayton of San Diego has re
moved to Whittler.
Mr. Badham of Los Angeles has been
spending a few days with his sister, Mrs.
C. P. Livingston.
At a meeting of stockholders of the
Pickering Land and Water company
on Tuesday A. Hadiey, Jonathan Bai
ley, T. E. Newlln, George E. Hull and
G. E. Little were elected directors.
There was considerable excitement
among the employes of the Whittler
state school upon hearing of the ap
pointment of Harry Patton as trustee
and of the changes anticipated.
MONROVIA, April B.—(Regular Cor
respondence.) There has been another
resignation from the city board of trus
tees. This time C. E. Slosson shakes off
the councllmanic mantle and- It falls
upon C. G. Rogers, and there Is no ques
tion but that he will wear it worthily.
Mr. Slosson gives as a reason for resign
ing that he Is soon to go east for an ex
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Harris have just
returned from a month's visit to the
national capital, whither Mr. Harris was
called to attend a meeting of the Mara
time Canal Company of Nicaragua, of
which he Is a member. During their
vlsit In Washington they had the pleas
ure at a visit to President and Mrs. Mc-
The funeral of W. F. Lancaster, one of
Duarte's foremost citizens, occurred on
Monday afternoon. Deceased was 69
years of age, and had been a resident of
Duarte for eeven years. He leaves a
widow, two sons and a daughter.
Miss Annie Burnett, daughter of Cap
tain Lloyd, president of the First Na
tional bank of Fort Worth, Texas, with
her friend, Mrs. Moores, are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Harris. They will
probably spend two or three months
here, and afterward take a trip to the
Ralph Cross, who returned home a few
days ago from Sacramento, where he
was employed as a stenographer during
the session of the legislature, is quite ill
with malarial fever.
George W. Smith committed suicide at
the Yost ranch, three miles from here,
Wednesday night. He was discovered
hanging from a tre» near the house.
Smith came to Monrovia about four
months ago from Ventura county, and
had gone down the valley to put In a
crop of cabbage. No reason has been
given for his wish to end his lite.
A. E. Sexton of Chicago Is visiting his
friend C. F. Moore.
Ninety carloads are said to be the
amount of Monrovia's orange and lemon
crop this year.
Mrs. Meredith of Duarte left yesterday
for Ironton, Ohio, accompanied by her
Two Monrovia lads, J. H. Toddi aged
82, and L. A. Killlan, aged 83, went to
the hills Tuesday and are engaged in
The lecture Tuesday evening at the
opera house by Charles Seymour was a
Mr. Waldon of Los Angeles has pur
chased five acres at the corner of Grand
avenue and Charlotte street, and will
Improve the property by setting it out
to orange trees and building a house.
wrenched, and his hands and forehead
somewhat bruised, but he will suffer
no permanent Inconvenience from the
D. G. McClay and Tax Collector R.
L. Freeman are enjoying a trout fish
ing expedition in Trabuco canyon.
Horace C. Kellogg, tormerly of Graf
ton, N. D., father of Mrs. H. Clay Kel
logg of Santa Ana, a gentleman well
known In North Dakota, came down
from Los Angeles today on a business
trip. He will return to Los Angeles to
morrow and dTive back again to spend
some weeks looking over the country,
with a view to locating here.
Funeral services over the remains of
John Harris were held at the family
home near Westminster this morning.
The deceased was the rather of County
Treasurer Richard Harris, and was well
known and highly respected throughout
A part of the road to the Santa Ana
cemetery has, through an official act of
the board of supervisors, been made a
public thoroughfare, and will now re
ceive some needed improvement at the
expense of the county.
At their meeting yesterday afternoon
the supervisors denied a request pre
sented by H. A. Peabody and E. A.
White, as a committee from the cham
ber of commerce, for permission to erect
a 100-foot flagstaff on the court house
, site. It was the intention of the cham
ber of commerce to dedicate the pole
to the Stars and Stripes, and to use it
as well for the display of weather bureau
County Clerk Brock yesterday even
ing issued a marriage license to J. Burt
Stowell and Sophia Margaret Trlnkl.both
of. Los Angeles. The couple were mar
ried by Justice Hartington, and have
since returned to Los Angeles. The
groom is fireman of chemical engine No.
2 in that city.
Col. F. D. Butterfleld of the Derby
line, Vermont, and J. L. P. Morrill of
Los Angeles, visited Santa Ana yester
day, and in company with H. C. Hill
took a pleasant drive. The visitors re
turned to Los Angeles on the evening
Mrs. A. Peters of San Pedro is in the
; city on a week's visit to Mrs. Helen
Meredith* on East Washington: avenue.
Mrs. S. J. Andrews, who spent the
winter here with her son, Clarence Mea
cham, departed yesterday for her home
In Mukowonagp, 111.
Harry Drips and wife of Santa Mon
ica are here attending the bedside of
Mr. Drips' father, who is seriously ill.
Mrs. C. E. French aud daughter. Mrs.
Elmer Burns, are visiting Mrs. T. B.
Van Alstyne, near Tustin. They will
return home Saturday.
J. P. Johnson has arrived home from
a four-months' prospecting tour in the
viciinity of Randsburg and Dove
Springs. Mr. Johnston reportes the min
ing camps very lively, and says he has
located claims which promise to yield
a good grade of ore when properly de
veloped. He says the desert climate
this winter has been unusually severe
severe and has retarded the work of
Invitations are out for ball
to be given by the Fraternal Aid asso
ciation of Anaheim, on Tuesday even
ing, April 20.
Santa Ana commantlery, Knights
Templar met In regular conclave last
night and transacted regular business.
Special meetings of the commandery
will be held Saturday and Tuesday even-
next to confer the Red Cross and
Knight Templar degrees.
W. A. Smith, recently from Chicago,
has accepted a position as prescription
druggist with Mit Phillip* fi Smith.
The coroner's inquest over the remains
found on the beach yesterday at San
which would point to the identity of the
ORANGE, April B.—(Regular Cor
respondence.) The chairs are being
plaCed In the new opera house at Orange.
The building Is 30x90 feet, with a ceiling
SAM BERNARDINO COUNTY
REDLANDS, April B.—(Regular Cor
respondence.) There was an unusually
large attendance at the meeting of the
Redlands Horticultural club yesterday
to listen to Professor E. W. Hilgard's
scientific and Instructive address on
"The Fertilization of Orange Groves."
Communications were received from
Frank Wiggins, secretary of the Los
Angeles chamber of commerce, and from
other members of the local committee
having in charge the committee work at
Washington in support of an increased
tariff on citrus fruit. A thousand dol
lars is asked from San Bernardintjtfoun
cy as a contribution to the expenses of
the committee at Washington. The
proportion of this amount desired from
Redlands is $500 or $600.
After some discussion a committee,
consisting of J. S. Edwards, C. R. Payne
and A. B. Ruggles, was appointed by
the chair to engage a solicitor to ca;i
upon the growers of citrus fruits and ask
them to contribute funds for this pur
pose upon a basis of 20 cents an acre of
citrus groves and one-third of a cent a
box on last season's orange and lemon
A resolution asking Senators Perkins
and White to insist upon a tariff by the
pound on citrus fruits, and, If possible
a rate of one cent a pound, was unani
mously passed and the secretary was
instructed to forward a copy to Senators
Perkins and White.
Ben Stufflet, who spent the winter In
Redlands fur his health, but left for
Reading, Pa., Sunday, died on the train
between Yuma and Tucson. The body
was embalmed at Tucson, and will be
taken east by the widow, who was with
A test of grape fruits to determine the
best' variety adapted to conditions of
climate and soii in Southern California
was made by a number of Redlands ex
perts yesterday afternoon. The results
of a similar test made some weeks ago
have been very widely discussed, par
ticularly by the horticultural press of
the state. At yesterday's test the Flor
ida seedling was unanimously given first
place for quality, size and shape. The
Triumph was second choice, and for the
third there was a difference of opinion
between the Joslyn and the Imeprlal.
ONTARIO. April B.—(Regular Corres
pondence. Miss Barbara J. Bradford
died on' Monday morning of consump
tion. There are few young ladles in
Ontario so universally liked as Miss
Bradford. She came to Ontario with
her parents In the early days of the col
ony, and has always been prominent
in church and social circles. The funeral
was held Tuesday afternoon, and was
one of the largest ever held in Ontario.
Miss J. S. Vance, for the last two
months in charge of the department of
English literature at Chaffey college,
was given a farewell reception by tho
students on Tuesday evening. During
the evening the students presented Miss
Vance with a beautiful set of books as
a token of their esteem.
Rev. William Huelster, pastor of the
First Presbyteilan church, has resigned
his pastorate. He and his famly left
yesterday for DeKalb, 111.
H. W. Leach has been appointed to
take the school census of Ontario, and
will enter upon his duties next week.
Mr. A. A. Piddington has retired from
the Record, and will remove; to River
side. Mr. Piddington has been in On
tario for thirteen years, and will be
missed In many circles. Mr. R. C. P.
SAN DIEGO COUNTY
CORONADO, April B—(Regular Cor
respondence.) A. U. W. Travis has re
moved to the beach an assumed the man
agement ot the Hotel del Coronado
news stand and curio bazaar during the
absence of Meesrs. Hopkins and Cox at
Mrs. E. C. Stelle of Pasadena spent
several days here last week.
H. H. Palmer entertained five young
ladles' rowing clubs of San Diego a:
the beach on Saturday. Mrs. Captain
Polhemus chaperoned the party. A
picnic luncheon was served and a fine
swim enjoyed In the plunge.
Mrs. John B. Wilkinson and Miss Jen
nie P. Ford, Pasadena, are here for a
Kaspare Cohn was a recent Los An
geles visitor here.
Fannie Davenport has engaged apart
ments at Hotel Del Coronado during her
San Diego engagement.
Captin J. P. Reed, one of the early
settlers on the beach, died last week.
Mrs. William Remwlck of Davenport,
16 feet high. A stage 12x130 feet hae been
erected In the rear of the hall and a shop
or store room 18x20 feet has been taken
off the front of the building, which
leaves a corridor 12 feet wide. An addi
tion has also been built to the north side
of the hall, and on the south side W.
Frank Harris, one of the proprietors, is
now completing a neat five-room cot
tage. The Epworth League will be
given the honor of opening the new
opera house with a concert, which will
take place next Tuesday evening.
Tomorrow afternoon the ladles of the
Presbyterian church will give a social
at the home of Mrs. G. W. Wells on
North Glassell street, Orange.
C. Smith of Olive, who has mining In
terests near Murietta, Riverside coun
ty, left for that place on Monday. He
was accompanied by Fred Carpenter.
Mlsis Minnie Watson of Olive went to
Los Angeles on Tuesday to visit friends.
The lecture given In the Methodist
church on Tuesday evening by Rev.
Thomas Stalker was we II attended and
Mr. Warren Small, wife and son of
Murietta, are visiting friends about
E. T. Parker shot a condor, measuring
7 feet from tip to tip, while on a fishing
excursion last week.
Mrs. A. B. Tiffany has gone to visit
friends at Whittler, Los Angeles, and
fossibly Riverside. She expects to be
absent several weeks.
Mr. W. H. Burnham of Orange has
been elected commodore of the Catallna
Levi Gregory of EI Modena will preach
in the church at Villa Park on Sunday
morning, and Rev. Bond will preach at
Mrs. Conaway of lowa, who has been
visiting friends at Villa Park, leaves for
her home this week.
Smith will assume control of the Rec
The public library has recently re
ceived a considerable donation of new
The fruit shipments for the week only
aggregated 514 carloads. March ship
ments' amounted to 42V4 carloads.
The Salvation army announces a pho
nograph concert at their barracks Fri
William Meggat died yesterday at
North Ontario. He was a newcomer,
and leaves a wife who is not expected
to live more than a few weeks, and four
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rankin were ten
dered a surprise party at the Magnolia
Villa hotel at North Ontario Tuesday
evening. About thirty guests were pres
ent. The amusements of the evening
were dancing and cards.
H. C. Oakley has returned from
P. Nelson and wife are among the
recent eastern arrivals. They came
Miss Bertha Jones has returned from
Los Angeles, where she has been for
a couple of months.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bird and Mrs.
George B. Ford are visiting at San Di
ego this week.
Mrs. and Miss Schumacher of Riv
erside are visistlng Ontario friends.
E. F. Randolph has returned from
i Fred Jackson was called to London,
Canada .this morning by the serious Ill
ness of his wife.
Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Sykes are visiting
friends at Beaumont.
Mrs. W. S. Whitehead and family of
Boise City, Idaho, are the guests of
Mrs. Whitehead's patents, Mr. and Mrs
SAN BERNARDINO, April B—(Regu
lar Correspondence.) For some time
past Indians, half-breeds and Mexicans
have made life miserable for residents
in the sections around the Weis winery.
Recently these same people made a raid
on the winery and after a desperate
struggle succeeded in carrying away
wine and brandy worth $65. Warrants
were sworn out, and Constable West
and Arbios have arrested a number of
parties. More warrants will follow, and
it Is hoped that in a short time the whole
gang will be wiped out.
Monroe Stewart and Jack Moore yes
terday purchased, a heavy mining wagon
with five-Inch tires, of the Wilcox &
Rose company, to haul ore from their
mines to Walters station on the South
ern Pacific road.
Dr. Rene stated today that the scarlet
fever scare Is fast subsiding. The most
of what was thought the fever proves
to be either chicken pox or nettle rash,
and is practically harmless.
The American Volunteers have struck
this city, and today took rooms In tho
Scott building as headquarters.
Francis E. Baldwin and Osie L. Dill
man of Colton were today granted a li
cense to wed.
I. H. Curtis today filed his official bond
as receiver in the case of the State Loan
and Trust Co. vs. H. M. Wallace et al.
Martin Largo and John Thomas, judge
and captain of police of the Indians at
the Potrero, were in town yesterday
complaining of the summary manner
in which'they were removed. They
claim that they are the victims of a
conspiracy on the part of John Morongo,
chief of police, who is manipulating
matters to suit himself on the reserva
towa, entertained with a luncheon at
the hotel early In the week.
SAN DIEGO, April B.—(Regular Cor
respondence.) The flagship Philadel
phia sailed today at 1 oclock for Hono
lulu on an unknown mission. Yesterday
Admiral Beardslee received sealed or
ders, which will not be opened until the
cruiser is well out on the high seas. It
is generally the case that when a vessel
sails from a port under sealed orders it
Its to keep her destination a secret, but
not so In this case, but It is conjectured
that the orders sent are for the guid
ance of the admiral In case of emergency
when his vessel reaches the islands. The
cruiser will leave here with 1200 tons
of coal on board, and besides the reg
ular supplies for a year has an extra
quantity of stores that will probably
last another six months. She has a fuii
equipment of ammunition, not only for
her own guns, but also for the Marion
The San Diego Gas and Electric Light
company hae decided to furnish the city
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SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
AT A MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS
of the Cahuenga Valley Lemon exchange,
held on March 23, 1897. It was decreed that
the sale by public auction of stock upon
which assessment was unpaid be deferred
until April 21. 1807.
THOS. DAVIDSON. Secretary.
Notice—There is delinquent upon the fol
lowing described stock for which no certl
cates have been issued, on account of as
sessment No. 1, levied on January 18, 1897,
the several amounts set opposite the names
of the respective shareholders as follows:
Names. No. Shares-. Amount.
James Brain IS 819.50
J. V. Dodd 17 25.50
I. N. Wilson 17 25.5*
D. Read 8
H. Friend 17 - 50
Fred J. Moll. Sr 20 8' .00
Geo. L. Grose 10 I; .00
F. C. Walte M_. 21.0H
F. B. Brown 6 ' TO
Jacob Miller 17 2. .50
Templer Allen 12 1 ..00
N. A. Watson 10 15.00
And In accordance with law and an or ler
of the board of directors, made on the
day of January. 1897, so many aha • if
each parcel of stock as may be nec< try
will be sold at public auction at the -
of the exchange at Colegrove, Cal .on
Wednesday, April 21. 1897, at the hour of 1
oclock p.m. of said day, to pay said delin
quent assessment thereon, together with
costs ot advertising and expenses of the
sale. THOS. DAVIDSON. Sec'j. I-U
THE HERALD PUBLISHING 'I
pany, a corporation, duly organized end
existing under and by virtue of the laws of
the state of California, and having lt i prin
cipal place of business in the city oe ,
Angeles, county ot Los Angeles, state of
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting
of the above entitled corporation, tc-wlt
The Herald Publishing Company, h*ld on
the 25th day of March, 1597, an asse.-ment
of ten dollars (tlOi per share upon th- capi
tal stock of the said Herald Pub ...'Hng
Company was levied upon the salt! capi
tal stock payable on or before the 30 h day
of April, 1S!»7. to the treasurer of the cor
poration, the First National Bank, at Its
banking house in the city of Loa At
county of Los Angeles, state of Call:.
and that any stock upon which the ;i >
ment shall remain unpaid on the Is.
of May. 1897. shall become delinquent a".d
shall be advertised for sale at pub!: • auc
tion, and unless payment Is made ' afore,
will be sold on the 18th day of Ma-. 1597,
at twelve oclock M.. to pay such delinquent
assessment, together with costs of adver
tising and expenses of sale.
FRANK A. GIBS' N,
Temporary Secretary Herald Publishing
Location of office, 222 W. Third St., Los
Date of service and first publl- t tlon,
March 26. 1897. myl
Notice tor Publication ot Tlmt foe
Proving Will, Etc
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STAT I. OJ!
California, county of Los Angeles, ss.
In the matter of the estate of Aimer I.
Hall, deceased, notice Is hereby given that
Friday, the 9th day of April, 1897. at 10
oclock a. m. of said day, at the court room
of this court, department two thereof, in,
the city of Los Angeles, county of Los Aa
geles. and state of California, has been ap
pointed as the time and place for hearing
the application of Harry E. Hall, praying
that a document now on file In this court,
purporting to be the last will and testament; .
of the said deceased, be admitted to pro
bate, that letters testamentary be issued
thereon to said petitioner, at whl'-h time
and place all persons Interested there, n mtr.
appear and contest the same.
Dated March 20. 1897.
T. E. NEWLIN, County Clt-k.
By C. W. BLAKE, Deputy.
P. W. Dooner, Esq., attorney for peti
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Southern District of California. Where
as, on the 31st day of March, 1897, the Pa
cific Coast Railway company file-: their
libel in the district court of the Unite,!
States for the southern district of Califor
nia against the steam tug boat "Tiger." of
the port of Wilmington, her boats, taik ,
appurel and furniture, In a cause of
tract, civil and maritime. And, whereas,
by virtue of process in due form oi law,
to me directed, returnable on the 1 h - *
of April. 1897. I have seized and ta I . •
said steam tug boat. "Tiger," her i-oats.
tackle, apparel and furniture, and ha* tit r
in my custody. Notice Is hereby giver -ha
a district court will be held in the I It'd
States court room. In the city Of Los An
geles, on the 20th day of April. 1897, I II tn|
trial of said premises, and the on ■
owners, and all persons who may liv.
claim any Interest, are hereby cited to be
and- appear at the time and place afoi -
said, to show cause, if any they have: wnj
a final decree should not pass as pra» ?d.
N.A. COVARRUBIAS, U.S. Marshal. 31
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