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PASADENA GIVES HIM A LARGE
Result Is Generally Regarded at a
Surprise, the Victors Being In
Every Case Independent
114 Eaet Colorado Street.
PASADENA, April 3.-Willlam Wa
terhouse has been elected mayor by a
:vote of. 1661, as compared with 915
polled for Slavln, 32 for the Prohibition
and 387. for the Socialist party candi
date., On the vote for councilman in
the Second ward Crandall got 1021 to
MetcatfV 861 j .in tlie third, Payette
•D^er had 936 to William Shlblcy's 902;
,in the Fourth, William Helss had 1394,
and, ln the, Fifth William Uoot polled
1179 to Kent's 662. Braley was elected
' councilman at large by 1518 votes.
! Munsoh : polled 1058 for treasurer, as
against 979 for Frost, and Heman Eyer.
for thirteen consecutive years clerk of
' Pasadena, "was returned by 17!)2 votes.
Capt.' ;Waterhouse, the new mayor, is
B4 years of age. Horn In Honolulu of
Kinjfoid English family, educated in
England! he has been connected with
extensive, business Interests in Hono
lulu and Cedar Rapids, la.
• '. The election Is generally regarded
as a surprise. The hard nght came on
:'. the mayoralty, the treasureißhlp 'ancl
• the councilman, from North Pasadena.
Munson and Frost ran very close, but
• the' former won by some seventy-five
votes. ■;• Root, in the new ward, ran
'much ahead of Kent, who was sup
•.-* posed to be the more popular.
At the First" Presbyter Ja n. church
I yesterday ' morning Key. Malcolm
) James McLeod made an appeal to. hia
parishioners for funds ' toward the
''larger church needed and over $17,000
; was raised. This makes over $100,000
'promised toward a new building.
V ' :Glrl Injured iby Automobile
f,' Soon' after noon today, Richard West
lost control of Dr. Sherman Hoyfs big
. "White ' Steamer" automobile on East
■ Colorado street and it ran onto the
! ■crowded sidewalk' in front of Sklllen
I&" Sklllen'B,' striking Miss Mary To
mak; a young woman employed by the
' News company and seriously injuring
her!' She was thrown with great force
; to the pavement and for over an hour
'■.': the physicians, worked withher to re
■i store 'consciousness, and she was then
taken to the Pasadena hospital, where
tonight she is resting more easily and
is thought' to be out' of danger. .._,
■y West was learning to run the auto
mobile and the party had been on a
tlcng ride.;' . Charles Foy of the Braley
establlshmentjiad rim the car at first,
and'wnTle'he'allOwedWest to run it
\. out in 'the country, he wished to drive
.again in town, but West seemed cer
3 teinthat he knew how to run the big
• machine. In the crowded street, while
: running up to the 'limit, West grasped
tthe';wrong', lever land lost control of
the machine. " , ■ . ' : '
vf3 Ai'the." first annual meeting of the
' Shakespeare Club House association,.
1 held this' afternoon, of the 621 shares
■'" of ' owned, 415 were represented
1 either in pereon or by proxy. Ahnual
■reports were given by the secretary,
' triaßurer, chairmen of the subscription
'and building committees, with the very
<■ encouraging outlook 'that in all proba
''bllitytthe proposed new • club house
can be begun by June. .The proposed
| plans call for a , $10,000 building, espe
dally "'adapted for club purposes, and
| lareal'y designed by, Mrs.' Ellen B. Farr,
| ch'alrman'«of the ' building, committee: J
•',' The. election of dlrectorefor. the en- 1
■ suing 'year '. resulted . in , the following
'being unanimously elected: Miss Anna
"•' V. Meeker. Mrs. Mary M. Coman, Mrs.
; Robert J. Burdette, Mrs. Ellen B. Farr,
•;Mrs?-X' G. Rossiter, Mrs.' Isabelle G.
| Tower and Mrs. Frank Welles Parker.
SA f f ew '.,j minor !. changes | were i ■ made in
"j the -by-la wa"; of the organization. Ini
"medTately- following the annual meet
; Ing', Jthe ; directors organized with .the
following officers:'; President. Miss
".Anna L." Meeker; vice president, Mrs.
'Isabelle, G. Tower; . secretary, Mrs.
• J4ary?Ml'' Coman;. treasurer, J. B. John
json'of |ji«s First National bank; auditor,
Mrs.'j. C. Kosslter. Mrs. Ellen B. Farr
.was continued chairman of the build
:;ing committee, and Mrs. Frank Welles
*\ Parker of the subscription.
SANTA BARBARA STILL
.CROWDED WITH VISITORS
I Real Estate Men Report Unprece.
• ■• dented Demand for Summer
Rooms and Houses
Special. to Tin Herald, i ..„•,' ' , • :,
SANTA BARBARA; April. 3.—Llv
erymen. report a far. greater rush of
business,- than' they had at this time
lait/year.'.'. Two hundred' "■} and /fifty
gucßts urb* registered at the Potter, and
other. ; hotels -are- doing an' unusually
large - g business, ,' considering- the late
ness of the season. | Real estate men
report that more of th^ family rooming
houses ■ and rent properties j are . en
gagd , for the summer than was ever
known' before, •■• : .
\ The ; morning Dally News makes Its
appearance as an evening paper, still
under 'the. i proprietorship and' manage
ment of Krunk Suihlh. E. d Overman,
well and favorably known as a , news
pftper»mun, will be added to the edi
torial'stiff, and Edward Ilainey will
continue to report local happenings.'
The four-masted briganttlne Kohala
'of ' San, Francisco, which has just com
; ', pitted / the discharge' of its , cargo , of
Kriuil from Australia, will sail for Port
land,' Ore.,,* Wednesday, where she will
. ship •aY load •' of ', lumber \ for | Shanghai,
.'. China, v The is In charge t,of
' Captain Fred K. Dedrlck and is owiieil
by Hind, Rolf & Co., of San Francisco.
Rhe brought In 1280 tons, of coal from
Newcastle, New South Wales, and will
carry out 1,100,000 feet of Oregon
lumber, . ■
OCEAN PARK TO HAVE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Extra Gang of Men Hurrying Work to
Completion at Venice of
America \\ \ : "l
Special to The Herald.
OCEAN PAHK, April 3.— Incorpora
tion papers have been Issued to i the
First National bunk of Ocean Park.
The bank has a paid up capital of $25.
000. K. J. Vawter, A. n. Praser, E. J.
Vawter Jr. and W. D. Longyear are
among other experienced banking men
who will be Identified with the new in
The Community league will hold a
meeting In the Casino auditorium on
Wednesday evening, April 6.
On Friday evening, April 7, there Is
to be a benefit concert and entertain
ment at the First Methodist Episcopal
■•Mrs. W. W. Murphy, president of the
California Congress of of Mothers' and
Child Study circles, will' deliver an ad
dress on "The Possibilities of a Child
Study Circle" at Washington school on
Charles Ca'rrlllo, son of J. J. Cnrrlllo
and one of the best known athletes in
this section, died yesterday of typhoid
fever at the Sisters' hospital In Los
Angeles. Deceased* was in his 18th year
and had been in the employ bf the
Southern Paclflo railroad. <'. ";>■«>•.
An extra gang, of men 'worked at
Venice all day yesterday, It being de
sired to replace the lost and damaged
piling without Interfering with a pre
viously arranged schedule.
Well Known Apiarist Thrown From
Buggy and Dragged by Horse
Sreclal to The Herald. t
ELSINORE. Apri^ 3.— The Odd Fel
lows and Rebekahs enjoyed a pleasant
social, with music, literary program
and dancing. In the armory hall. '
J. H. 'Hayworth,' who returned to his
apiary In . Elslnore ' Saturday, af,ter ' a
visit in > Los Angeles with his' family,
was thrown Saturday evening from a
buggy by a runaway hprse. His face
was badly bruised and one of the bones
of his f arm Injured, f Mr. Hay worth
was dragged for some distance. ■ : ■.'
Mrs. Jame9 Balfour has gone", to
Los Angeles to spend several month 3
with friends during Mr. Balfour's ab
sence in Europe. .
i R. P. Davles of Grand Junction, Col.,
is the guest of his uncle of this city.
■ ' Mrs. 'M. D. Durham and daughter
have returned from an extended visit
in Wlnslow, Ariz. . '■!''■ ' '< ' '
v . A meeting of the Home Improve
ment society will be held Tuesday ev
ening in the city 'hall.-
Miss' Hazel Manatt; and «Mlss Tuelles
are here from' Long Beach spending a
week's" vacation with . Miss ■ ManattV
parents. A \-- . : . . ■•■
MUSIC FOR REDONDO 7
Board of Trade Will Engage Band for
. .', . Bummer. Season. ■ ' ■ '■
Special Cable, 'to The;. Herald. ! ::■ ■ . .'• !
RED&NDO, April 3.— The board of
trade has j authorized the secretary
to advertise • for 'bids, fora- band- to
play here during the * coming summer
season. ■, i'Vi ;. '■ . - : - : ..;.'• ; ; '•
/H. B..Alnsworth of the Redondo. Im
provement ', company . is building a
handsome residence. , It. will -be of the
mission style.v, 1 . '• . : ■ ■
The residence of H. B. Rollins of
Los Angeles is; now weli under way,
and is to be completed In sixty days.
It. will represent an: investment of
$12,000. l • ' . V! ' .
•One. hundred and fifty tourists from
various sections of .the country ■ came
down and passed the day here. *\'. ,
Miss Lizzie F/ Taylor, who has been
connected with the postomce for some
time, will soon remove with her par
ents "to Pasadena! She '.will be I suc
ceeded by Miss Ida Edwards..; .
C. C. Parks, who has had business in
Dcs Molnes, lowa, i for' some time,, re
turned home today. ./ •
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
to Hold Convention
Special to The Herald.
ORANGE. April v 3.— The Orange
County Woman's Christian Temper
ance union convention will be held at
Orange April 27 and 28. ■ .'" /;
9 Twenty carloads of oranges were
shipped' last week from the Santa Fe
depot. I ' _ . ..,■ .' .
.rAson was born, to Mr. and Mrs. : W.
J. Abplanalp on /Thursday', March' 30.
Ray D. Beckwith, former ; telegraph
operator here, was married last Sat
urday at San Bernardino to Miss Cath
erine Lang of /that city. The couple
are spending their honeymoon at San
Diego. •,' ■ ■ :•■ • " -il,.i 1 ,. >',>/(,, >/(,
', Ed 11. Baker returned to the home, of
hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. Baker, on
Sunday from, a, three, years' journey
abroad, coming home by way of the
Philippines.. f< V. * k
E. LHllllker Dies at Hollywood
Special to The Herald.
HOLLYWOOD. April . 3.— E. L. . Hll
liker, who was 4 connected .'.with' the
Paclflo Mercantile company of Holly
wood,', died this 'morning, at the Cali
1 Mr, Hilllker was 36 years of age. He
leaves 'a* widow jj and /daughter. His
brother, E! • F< ! Hllllker,"^"who lives In
Los Angeles,' Is private secretary to
ex-Senator Bard of /California.*. I ;;,'*'.'
'/The funeral will be held, at the.fam
ily residence on West lowa 'street. The
Maßons will have "' charge of ' the
servics. , : ; •,)} -i*W .'
TO CI'HK A COLD IN ONB DAY .
Take Laxative Bromo . Quinine Tableta, All
diUK«lnta refund the money If It (alle to cure.
B. W. Ur*i'i el«nature U on each box. 160.
If 70U waut to .IQ '■ e»«t, ' C, Hnydurk,
A«tut IlllaoU Central JW JW 111 B. t»j>rlu«.
LOS ANOELE3 HERALD* TUESDAY . MORNING, APRIL 4, ,1905.
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INQUIRY. INTO HIS SANITY TO
Slayer of Louie Depuy at Barstow
Pound Guilty 'of Manslaughter
and Sentenced to Ten Years'
Special to The Herald.
SAN BERNARDINO, April B.— Late
this afternoon Miguel Antony, the mur
derer of Lee Oar, was rcsentenced'by
Judge Bledaoe to be hanged June 9,
the original date' having expired, . Of
ficers at once left for San Quentln with
Attorneys for the defendant stated in
court that they, had no legal objections
to his being resentenced. 'The question
of the man's sanity will be determined
later at the penitentiary, as most of
the witnesses needed are there. ]
/.The case ' presents the strange situa
tion of a man.who Is probably Insane
being sentenced to death.
.Lice Oar, the Chinese laundryman at
Nceedles,' was enticed Into the. dive
kept by Antony and his wife, ' was 1 be
headed ' and robbed of something like
$200.! The murder was then concealed
by shipping the body away in a trunk.
Antony is a Porto Rlcan by birth.
. F. C. Wilson, the. Santa Fe switch
man who was recently found guilty of
manslaughter in the killing of Louie
Depuy at Barstow, was today sen
tenced by Judge Bledsoe to ten years
In the penitentiary.' He was denied a
new trial by the court. Whether the
case' will be appealed has not yet been
determined. The crime for which Wil-
Bon was convicted was committed ln;a
saloon, it being the result of a quarrel
between Wilson and th£ - bartender,
Depuy. ''.','■ ' .' ."
ACCUSES HIS FELLOW V
j BOARDER OF, ROBBERY
Riverside Churches Appoint Delegates
to- Sunday School Convention
- ' .'-In. Los Angeles
Special to The Hor-ld. ;. ' . > •• ■
RIVERSIDE, / April 3.— The trial of
J. t,i Taggart of San Jacinto for bur
glary la being heard.' befor^ Judge
Noyes today. Taggart is accused of
stealingj $275 from W. H. Lake, a fel
low boarder In San Jacinto, some time
last January. Lake had j occasion .to
leavo town for a few. weeks and on
hl3 return missed his mo"ney, : which
was concealed for safe keeping in an
old trunk. ' As Taggart had also dis
appeared Lake suspected him of the
theft and had him arrested. Byron
Waters' Is conducting the defense.
Rev. E. .F. Goff is in Los Angeleß
today 'attending a meeting of the
Pomona college ' trustees, 'at which
they will take action on the Carnegie
Judge Noyes today' recalled hlB de
cision in the case of the • people vs.
Fassel, which he gave Saturday, de
claring the ordinance forbidding, the
keeping of bees within the city. limits
lnvaitd, and ordered that the case be
reopened for further hearing. -•
Riverside . churches have appointed
the following delegates . to attend* the
Sunday school convention which opens
in Los Angeles tomorrow: Mrs. Lou
Irvine, Rev. and Mrsi/George .Ringo,
Mr. and. Mrs! C.. B. Bailyi Mrs. ,B. D.
Parker, Miss Ada' Shepherd, . I. ' Will
hlte, George Holrrian, Col.' J. R. Strang,
Miss- ..Frances Strang, Miss Wenona
Dlfani, Miss Margaret . Sh'lels, Miss
Davis and Miss Howard. , .' ' ;
Tom Kabori,':the. Japanese accused
of attempting rape on a' young white
girl, this morning; pleaded not guilty
to the charge. His trial is set for April
17,* when he will be defended by ' Mayor
McFarland and. Lafayette Gill.
A ladies' tournament will be held at
the Hess bowling alleys Wednesday
evening, when -Mrs. George Collins,
Riverside champion, and' Mrs. Yonder
Lteth will be entered against Mrs. A:
J. Miller, a crack Los Angeles bowler.
1 Five | marriage licenses were issued
today:. Those -of Vincent, van Valer of
Redlands, aged 22,. and Miss Mildred
M. Bliss of Beaumont, aged 18; Theod
ore W. Trultt of Kansas, aged 21, and'
Ethel E. ; Drew of Los Angeles, aged
19; John W. Shipley aged, 48, and Miss
Emma Smith, aged 29, both, of Los An
geles ; . George E. Bagley,' aged .23. . and
Miss Anna Evans, aged 17, both of Los
Angeles; Charles A.; Watktns, aged 20,
and Gertrude M. Atkins, aged 17, both
of - Riverside. .
One of the oldest residence blocks In
the city, the Plaisted block, has been
divided into lots and placed on the
market. Then'ew tract Is to be known
as he El Tovan tract. .' .
;An innovation in society will be a
children's/dance, to take place at the
Fraternal Brotherhood hall the evening
of April 14.< ■ > <; ,
■•;. Mr.\and Mrs. Frank Clark and son,
Mrs.. Booth and Mrs. Schwartz came
up from Long Beach Saturday In their
touring car to paßs Sunday with Mrs.
Thayer ' and Mrs. May' Adams 'of
Twelfth street. , ... . - •
SOLDIERS' HOME NOTES
One Hundred Men at Work Pushing
* Through Electric Road
Special to The Herald
BOLDIERB' HOME, ;Aprll B.— Three
deaths were reported today, as follows:
Thomas HaWks, late Co.' C, Twenty
third U. • B. infantry, who • was given
a military, funeral at 3 p. m.: William
H. Walker of Co. .'A, < Fifty-seventh
'Massachusetts Infantry, who. died, in
Co,' F. barracks last night rather sud
denly, and , will ; be , burled at , 9 . a, . in.
tomorrow, and Thomas Fleming of Co.
B. .'Third ; Maryland cavalry, who ; Will
b« "buried at 3 p. in. tomorrow.
t Adjutant Clark reports the total
membership' of the Pacific branch at
8291, with 21(4 present and 1127 out On
One hundred men are at work on the
electric road, cutting through the hill
In the rear of Governor La Grange's
mansion, *' ; s< r '
LONG BEACH CONVENTION
• HALL BIDS REJECTED
Trustees Award Bond Issue for Con.
Btructlon of Pavilion to San
- '■ -. V Francisco Firm
Special to Th* Herald.
LONG BEACH, April 3.— The trustees
of this city today received bids for the
construction of the new convention hall
and found that, according to the psti
mates presented, the amount available
($30,000) would not build the superstruc
ture. The trustees rejected all the bids.
It Is probable that the plans will be
considerably modified' before bids are
readvertlfied for. ■ <
The trustees awarded the bond Issue
of $30,00*0 to build the pavilion to C. H.
Rollins & Son of San Francisco, who
offered a premium of $2025.
' Mrs. Emma Hennlng, mother of Mr*,
E. A. Lucas, died yesterday afternoon
A the family home, 805 Pacific avenue,
aged si years, ' She was a native of
North Carolina and had lived in Cali
fornia fifteen years. The funiral took
place this afternoon. ,
The state bank' commissioners have
Issued a' license to the bank of .Wil
mington to do business as a state bank,
commencing March 25, with • a capital
of $25,000. The following are officers:
President, P. 13. Hatch; first vice presi
dent, Jotham Blxby; second vice presi
dent, W. J. Homo; secretary and cash
ier, F. S. Cary; directors, W. J. Home,
T. B. Cary, ,E. C. Denlo, J. A. Graves,
S. M. Qulmby, W. T. Wheatly and P.
E. Hatch. ...
ANGLERS IN GOOD LUCK
:V AT PORT LOS ANGELES
Santa Monica Good Templars Will
' Celebrate Twentieth Anniver. .*
\ sary of Their Order
Special to The Herald.
\ SANTA MONICA, April 3.— The first,
real fishing that the regulars have en-
Joyed since, the recent 'storm 'occurred
yesterday from the long wharf at Port
Los Angeles. Pompano and other small
fish were plentiful and many anglers
had thirty pounds or more to show for
a morning's catch. There was little or
no fishing done from any of the other
piers. • '
William J. O'Brien Jr., grand exalted
ruler of the Elks,' will be present at
and assist in the Installation ceremonies
of the local lodge at- Its meeting on
Friday evening, April 7.
Santa Monica Good Templars will
celebrate the twentieth anniversary of
the order in this city at a reception and
social time to be held in Fraternal hall
VETERAN DIES AT SAWTELLE
Joslah Juvenal of Illinois Infantry
. Succumbs to Bright's Disease
Special to The Herald. , . '. •
SAWTEL.LE, April 3.— Joslah Juve
nal died April 2 at his home on Eighth
and Minnesota streets, of chronic
Bright's disease. He came here last
September from San Diego.
He was in the 150 th Illinois infantry
for eighteen months and was also offi
cer fof the day in San Diego post. No.
33, of the G. A. R.
' Deceased leaves a widow and two
sons.. . ' / . ' •
The funeral took place at 2 p. m. to
day at the new cemetery, under the
auspices of -the "W. R. C.
CELERY CROP AT COACHELLA
Development of New Industry Bring-
ing Excellent Returns
Special to Tlim Herald.
COACHELLA, April 3.— The first at
tempt at raising celery in this valley
was; made by Walter Young on Can
taloupe avenue. The crop was market
ed in Los Angeles and . brought 15
cents a dozen m.ore than any Orange
county celery' on" the market. Many
farmers are reported to be getting
ready to put out a large acreage of
celery in the fields now planted to
Religious services will be held by
Rev. E. H. Cressy at the Coachella
school house every Tuesday evening In
the month, excepting the first.
SANTA ANA LIQUOR \ CASE
Temperance Lectures by Dr. Chapman
Draw Crowded Houses
Special to The Herald.
SANTA ANA, April 3.— The liquor
trial of Henry Glbbs, charged with
selling' intoxicants at his restaurant
on East Fourth street, Is dragging
slowly before Judge Weßt. The exam
ination of thirty men today resulted in
the acceptance of three, and a special
A Baking Powder which is absolutely
pure and wholesome, and has built up a
world-wide reputation on absblute merit.
Superior to cream tartar or
alum baking powders.
venire tvai issued for forty more Jurors
to appear at the opening of court at
10 tomorrow morning.
Fred Wilkle of Orange died yester
dai, afted 87 years. .■ j ,
Dr. K. S. Chapman of Los Angeles'
delivered two strong temperance lec
tures at the opera house yesterday to
crowded audiences. He Spoke of the
local conditions In the light of the ap
proaching election on the saloon ques
A' marriage license was Issued today
to J. P. Sarthou and Catherine' Louts,
both aged 23, ' And well known young
people of Fullerton. ■ • ; ,
Santa Ana High 3, Fullerton 0, was
the result of the baseball game between
the schools Saturday. ' :v: v '''tif.Vi
i Ban Pedro Shipping
BAN PEDRO, April >.—
■ , ■ . ARRIVBD ,
PirnmT South Coast, Ca«par.
Ht«amcr Ban Uabrl«l, ITmpqua. ' ■ .
Klonmor Scotia, ltowon'a Landing.
narkpntlne MakawMla. Muklltco.
Steanifr B«e, Portland, via Redondo. '■ ,
Hirnmrr VnnmiHrJ, Ktir'ka, via Redondo.
Hti>»mer ■ Bonlta, San Frenelaco. • '
Steamer Chehalli, Qray'a Harbor, via \\<
•■■> • ' BAILED ':,. i■■'. . >!
Stcamsr Bonlta, San . I'rnnrloro. - •
Steamer Knlii>rl Dollar, Mukllti-o. .
Steamer Vanruard, San Franotaco. ,
• VESBKLB IN PORT •
• Schooner Mahukona, Portland.
Holinmicr 1-hlllpplnn, <lrny> llnrhor.
Barkenttne llolllswood, Ban.Franclaeo,
Schooner A. F. Coats, Qray'i Harbor,
Schooner Admiral, Bverett. • '■'.'',•
Schooner Snow A Burgeea, Lutllow.
Schooner l'ronper, Ballard.
Schooner Reaolute. B*Utnfrham.
Rchooner Dauntlpaa, 'Oray's Harbor.
Kchooncr (JoluniblH, I3al)ard, •
Rhlp Bangalore, I'hllndnlphln. . '
Schooner Taurus, Ludlow.
Schoimcr Alpha, Wllllpn. i
Schooner Soquel, Ilmllork. ' »
Schooner Irene, Portißnd.
Schooner Compeer, Mukllteo.
Schooner Ilangor, Cray's Harbor. .
Schooner Honolpu, Portland.
Schooner rolnrm. Everett.
Schooner O. J. Olaon, Ballard. ■ ,
Schoonfr NokomlK, Oray'a Harbor.
Steamer Santa Barbara, Gray's Harbor.
Ktcamrr Santa Monica, Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Azalea, Eurckn.
Steamer San Podro,' Eureka. ' .
VESSELS ON TUB WAT ■
. ' . Daya Out.
Ship rinilns. Hamburg; 70
Ship tiliwrlcht, Hamburg 42
Schooner Jamra A. Uarlleld, fi ray's Harbor.. 17
Schooner Robert R. Hind, Portland S. 18
Parkentlno C. V. Crocker, Port Townsend.. M
Schooner Susie Pluminer. Everett 12
Schooner Expansion, Ballard 11
Schooner Sadie, Umpqua 10
Schooner Forest Home, Olympla 9
Schooner Arena, Gray's Harbor 5
Steamer Charles Nelson, Portland ft
Schooner S. T. Alexander, Cray's Harbor.. 4
Schooner Mildred, Wlllapa • *
LOADING FOR THIS PORT. ' • ,
Barkentlne James Johnson, Portland.
Schooner O. W. Watson, Portland. .
Schooner Americana, Portland.
Schooner Moteor, Hadlock. ' '
Barkentlne J. Fllcklnger, Portland. .
Schooner Ethel Zane, Portland.
Barkentlne G. C. Perkins. Portland.
Schooner J. M, Coleman, Everett. .•'.'•'., ..•'.'•'.
. Schooner William Renton, Wlllapa.
Barkentlne Hesper, Santa Rosalia.
Schooner Novelty, San Francisco.
Schooner Salem, Ballard. - .
Barkentlne John C. Meyer, Everett
Schooner Camano, Gamble. . ■
Schooner J. M. Weatherwax, Blakely. > v
Schooner Lucy, Umpqua.
Schooner R. W. Bartlett, Gray's Harbor..
Schooner Minnie A. Calne, Tacoma.
Schooner Luzon, Portland.-
Schooner Carrier Dove, Gray's Harbor.
Steamer Borearlts, Astoria.
Schooner Bertha Dolbeer, Surcka.
Schooner Manilla, Everett.
Schooner Marconi, Ballard. . ' :
Steamer Alcazar, Greenwood.'
Steamer ShaMa, BelllnKham.
Sterner I'rcntlss. Eureka. -
' ' Redondo Shipping
HEDONDO, April 3.— ' , - , ' ■
' \ - ARRIVED.
' Steamer Chehalls, Capt.'' Johansson, , from
. Aberdeen.* ' '■ . , . , '
Slenmcr Queen, Capt. Alexander, from San
Francisco and way ports.
SAILED. ■■ ■ '
Steamer Bee, Capt. Trogr, for San Pedro.
Steamer Qucon, Capt. Alexander, for San
Dleeo. .' '■, ■..:■.■... . . ■
' ,'TO SAIL APRIL i. ' '
Steamer Chchalis, Capt. Johansson, tor San
Pedro. . . ,
:\ TO ARRIVE APRIL 5.
Steamer Queen, Capt. Alexander, from San
Diego. ■ . •
. . VESSELS IN PORT .
Barkentlne Mary Winkelman, Capt. Gut
tornsen, from Gray's Harbor.
Schooner Endeavor, Capt. McAUap, from
Steamer Vanguard, Capt. Odlund, from
Field's Landing. . , . ■ .
Schooner Melrose, Capt. McCarran, from
Gray's Harbor, i ■ '. . . •
Schooner Commerce, Captain Winters, from
Steamer Chehalls, , Capt. Johansson, from
Aberdeen. • . ' , ■•'
, Tug i Redondo, Capt. Crockett,- In port.
VESSELS ON THE WAY
Schooner Ensign,' from Everett.
■ Schooner J. A. Campbell, from Columbia
river. . '
Barkentlne Portland, from Fort Townaend.
The steamer Chehalls arrived from Aberdeen
this morning with a carso of shingles for
the Ganahl Lumber company, and a cargo of
lumber for Nofilger Brothers. CupC- Johans
son has his wlfo and two little daughters
with, htm on the trip.
The steamer Queen arrived from San Fran
cisco tonight with a cargo of 100 tons of mer
The steamers Beo and Vanguard cleared for
San Pedro yesterday.
San Francisco Shipping j
SAN FRANCISCO, April 3. -Arrived: Steam
er Coos Bay, San l'cdro; 1 steamer Despatch,
Redondo; steamer Northland, . San Pedro;
steamer State of California, San Diego.
Not to Be Beat
It was during: the civil war when
troops were being raised to go to the
front and great Jealousy was aroused
as to who would be most successful.
The story Is vouched for. by Senator
"Billy" Mason. I Two rival colonels
were at work—Colonel Smith and Col
onel Jones. Colonel Smith's chaplain
visited Colonel Jone's camp and men
tioned casually, that the Sunday be
fore he had baptized ten of Colonel
Smith's men. "Sergeant Major," ex
claimed Colonel Jones, "make a detail
or fifteen men to go and get baptized.
I'll/be hanged if Colonel Smith's regi
ment shall beat mine on religion!" <
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