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ALL READY FOR
THE HORSE SHOW
PASADENA EXPECTING LARGE
Most Extensive Preparations Made
and Entries for the Numerous
Prizes Have Exceeded Most
A,'*"- Sanguine Expectations
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114 r.nst Colorado Btr««U
PASADENA, April 6.— Kvery detail Is
. ready" for the opening of Pasadena's
i first horsn show. The hopes of the
promoters of the project have been
more than realized In the enthusiasm
of horsemen and society people, and
the affair promises to be second only
in brilliancy to the Tournament of
Roses. Prizes aggregating over $1800
have been offered, for which 140 entries
have been made. The list will be made
Al the ' Tournament park many Im
provements have been made. The
? large circular track has been changed
to an oval about 400 feet long by 176
widel Fifty standing stalls have been
erected, equipped with' all the neces
sary ' accessories, while a.\ blacksmith
shop ; .and small feed store "have been
established .for the convenience of the
entries. Two large tents, each 70x130
feet, have been erected for the vehi
cles and smaller tents are ready for
grooms and harnessesf
Plans for the coming state W. C. T.
U.: convention, to be held In this city
May 2, ( 3, 4 and 5 are rapidly nearlng
completion. The gathering, which will
bring over two hundred delegates, will
be held in the new First Congrega
■ Board of Trade Banquet
At this postponed business meeting of
the board of trade held this afternoon.
It was decided to hold the annual ban
quet at Hotel Maryland on April 27.
President Herllhy, Frank P. Boynton
' and:J.i'fa. MacCament were appointed
a commjttee In charge, with full power
to act In conjunction with Manager
d/ M. Llnnard of Hotel Maryland.
Twenty^flve new members Joined to
day, and it Is expected that fully 600
will .'attend the banquet."
Over 140 were present at the instal
lation of officers, banquet and recep
tion to ferand Exalted Ruler "VVllllam
J. O'Brien given by the local Elks last
The streets are gay tonight with
marching bands of Woodmen of Artier
lea, the drill being accompanied by
music. About 140 delegates of the or
der have been in session all day in
what Is known as the "county camp."
District? Deputy Head Consul Herbert
V. Hees of Los Angeles was chosen
presiding officer, with W. H. Stone of
't Los Angeles as secretary and E. S.
Hammill us treasurer. The parade.to
' night preceded a . big initiation of
members. ' «■'..;.', \ ■';■'.
,\ City Notes ■■■■■•
i'The alnnual business meeting of the
Friends' Is being held at their church
this evening, corner of Raymond av
enue and Villa street.'
Joseph Nickolls, late manager of the
Merchants' protective patrol, has filed
his application for -a : place: upon the
police force. ■' Beldon J. Dennlson and
J. W. Hawkins have asked <for posi
tions upon the fire force..
Rev. t». Emerson, pastor of the
Lake Avenue Congregational church, is
, the latest victim of the bicycle thief,
having. had a fine Snell wheel stolen
from South Fair Oaks avenue.
The "annual business meeting, of the
Smith College club of Southern Cali
fornia 18 to be held at the home of Mrs.
Stephcii cutter Clark Friday afternoon.
L. . D.j Warner, a resident of Phila
delphia ' died last night at his tempor
ary, hot ne In. this city, aged 65 years, of
'," Thon as D. Glover died this morning
■at his lome on Lake avenue. He was
1 a natl; c of Providence, R. 1., and waa
37 yeai i of age. '
.The It. Rev. Bishop Conaty lectured
last . nl fht ■ before a lurge audience at
St. An lrew's hall, upon "The Catholic
Churcl and Education." He is to glvn
• lecti re before the Shakespeare club
on the 15th.
VENTURA COUNTY FUNDS.
k EXCELLENT CONDITION
Home Telephone Company's Report
Shows Large Expenditures for
% Labor and Materials
Special to, The Herald.
VENTURA, April s.— At the regular
monthly meeting of the board of town
trustees . Monday evenin^KMty Treas
urer, Mrs H. R. McDj^fell, made the
following report of money on hand
April ' 1^ General fund, $1316.01; street
fund. library fund, $1429.60;
"street jj| sprinkling, $44.95; cemetery,
$1061.21}* sewer, $155.61; municipal, $179
.15; plafc" Bidewalk, $650.52; sewer ex
tension.^ $715.06; Btreet crosswalk, $389
.57; townhal) bond, $2069.05. Total on
4 During the month $850 was collected
for saloon licenses and $300 for mer
.The Home Telephone company, whose
franchise was granted upon condition
of , the!' expenditure - of at least $3500
within a year, gave its report showing
an expenditure since April 1, 1904, of
$3500, while during twenty-four months
since: the granting of the franchise
$1710 had ' been spent for labor and
13000 ifor material. *
"Bids '■', for , the Hemlock street sewer
extension were received. The bid of
M,"! B.'l»hem of 47H cents per lineal
foot was accepted and the contract let.
Alfred - Dubbers, city surveyor^, re
timed , his position "and ' the vacancy
wag filled by the appointment of John
A committee of three, consisting of
Supervisor Gaffers, Audltoor anil Re
corder 3. \j. Argobrete and District At
torney Ed. M. Selby, counted the, cash
In the treasury yesterday. The count
showed W9713.20. ■' ' ,
B. F. Spenecer, Jr. of Nordhoff and
Miss Eftle I/. Chapman were marrle'l
here yesterday. Rev. C. N. Queen
officiated. Only a few relations were
SANTA BARBARA WATER
Work Progressing Under Difficulties
of Oat and Transportation Due
to Recent Floods
Sp*elal to Tha Herald.
SANTA BARBARA, April 6.— ln the
northern portion of the new city water
tunnel a vast quantity of sulphur gas
has been developed to the greAt hin
drance of the work of the tunnel drill
ers. The tunnel has already developed
a considerable flow of sulphur water.
The drills are now In 838 feet. Food
has been short at the tunnel since the
recent rains and the men have had
only such supplies as they could get
over the mountain trails on a pack
horse. On Sunday an attempt was
made to send a six-mule team across
the Santa Tnez river to bring In sup
plies. It was stated that the con
tractor came near losing his team in
the flooded stream.
Work of drilling to bedrock at the
narrows of the Santa Ynez Is in prog
ress and the dam site has been located
for that point. It is estimated that the
river will be backed up for a distance
of thirty miles, which will flood the old
quicksilver mines on the Mona trail,
where much valuable machinery was
left when the mines shut down for
want of facilities for transportation. •
SAN PEDRO TO HAVE A
Communication Received From Cap-
italist Offering Ten Thousand
Dollars for the Purpose
Special to. The Herald. - V. .
SAN PEDRO, April s.— At the regu
lar meeting of the. board of trustees
last evening a communication was re
ceived from Andrew Carnegie offer
ing $10,000 for the purpose of erecting
a new library building. A . desirable
site was allotted for the structure on
the city plaza.
Federal union 8921 met in regular
session last night at Labor hall and a
crowded attendance was recorded.
President Stewart occupied the chair.
Eight applications for membership
were accepted and nine candidates
were Initiated, while one was admitted
The residents of Terminal are begin
ning to agitate the question of incor
poration. . . .'/■_■ :
The Salt Lake railroad engineers
have drawn plans for the erection of
a 600 foot warehouse, constructed of
Iron and part glass on the end of their
new extension at East San Pedro.
Assemblyman "W. J. Mfndham, repre
senting the Twenty-eighth assembly
district, is in San Pedro for a few days,
visiting his friend, W. H. Wlckersham.
T&i BOOMING IN SANTA ANA
Meetings Being Held Nightly in Oppo-
sition to Proposed Reinstate
ment of Liquor Traffic
Special to The Herald.
SANTA ANA, April 5.— A big tem
perance meeting in opposition to the
proposed reinstatement of the saloons
was held at the Grand opera house
last night. ' H. J. Forgy presided over
the .gathering and Rev. J. H. Garnett,
pastor of the First Baptist church, ad
dressed the people' on saloon issues.
Meetings will be held every night this
week. On Saturday evening Hon. Will
A. Harris of Los Angeles will speak!
Wednesday evening will be devoted to
talks by business men and on Sunday
afternoon and evening Rev. Charles
Hall of Los Angeles, the well known
temperance orator, will deliver two ad
dresses. , '■' . •
The issue of city electric plant bonds
was sold last night by the city council
to N. W. Halsey & Co., of San Fran
cisco. The Issue amounts to $75,000
and bears interest at 4V4 per cent.
Chief Engineer Plllsbury of the Paci
fic Electric notified the city council last
night that his road was ready at once
to proceed with paving Fourth street,
and the laying of a double track road.
SANTA MONICA BREVITIES
Crew of Los Angeles Pacific Narrowly
Special to The Herald.
SANTA MONICA, April 6.— An old
car belonging to the Los Angeles Pa
cific company ended its days of useful
ness by Jumping the track In front of
the Arcadia hotel yestetrday. The car
was completely demolished and Its crew
narrowly escaped injury. No passen
gers were being carried at the time.
J. F. Keller and F. R. Ellis have
departed for Goldfleld, Nev. On their
arrival there they expect to sell their
entire outfit, livestock Included, after
which they will return to their homes
OCEAN PARK NEWS ITEMS
Chicago Representative! Hold Re-
union— Lodge Entertainment
SpwUl to Tba Herald.
OCEAN PARK, April 6.— The Fra
ternal Brotherhood entertained . lta
membership and a gathering of friends
at Kinney hall last evening.
Pablo ltlos, aged 35, and Lulu Ochoa,
aged 15, were today united In marriage
at the home of the bride. Justice of
the Peace Jennesa performed the cere
The "Quiet Doien" were entertained
at the Fourth street residence of ilra.
a ' J. Vawter Uast 1 evening.
LOS ANGELES HERALD j THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1905.
CAPTURED IN COLTON AFTER
. CLEVER PURSUIT
Believed to Be the Men Who Have
Been Operating In San Bernar.
dlno— Mexican Wanted In
Lot Angeles Caught
6p#elal to Th» Herald.
SAN BERNARDINO, April s.— Two
men accused of having been Impli
cated In the hold-ups In this city last
night were captured at an early hour
this morning In a Colton lodging house
by Policemen Ketrlng and Hurley of
this olty. The men had & portion of
the stolen plunder on their persons.
Both were armed and one had <In his
possession a white hat which one of
the men wore when they held up
Cooper In the vicinity of Chinatown.
The capture of the men was the re
sult of some clever work. Two men
boarded an electric car bound for Col
ton a short time after the last hold-up
occurred, at the corner of First street
and Mount Vernon avenue. The men
were noticed by the conductor to be
acting strangely and the fact was re
ported to the police on the return of
the car. The two officers at once left
for Colton and soon had the pair lo
cated In. a lodging house and entrance
was soon gained to the room.
The officers found one man armed,
while the other was beneath the bed.
The pair were quickly disarmed and a
search revealed a portion of the stolen
plunder. ! One of the fellows is a Mexi
can, while the other Is a half-breed,
and they claim to have Just arrived
here from El Paso. The officers still
hope to capture the other two engaged
in the hold-ups, though they have prob
nbly left these parts. They give their
names as Romulo Guerra and Jose
Wanted In Los Angeles
Jose Godenez, one of the pair of Mex
icans who were arrested In Colton thp
last of the week on suspicion of being
implicated In Riverside robberies and
for beating robbing a fellow
countryman m Colton, has been identi
fied In the jail here as Jaclnto Ram
erez, who has been wanted In Los An
geles since November 23, 1903; when he
nearly killed Qulrine Garcia by shoot
Postofflce Shows Increased Receipts
for Quarter Just Ended
Special to The Heralri.
SAWTELLE, April 6.— The Sawtelle
post office has recently been raised to
of business in sales and cancellations
for the quarter ending March 31. This
post office has recently been" raised' to
the third class, with power to transact
international money order business; and
the salary Increased to $1000 "a 'year. >-
Thomas Hawks, of the Twenty-third
United States infantry, was buried at
the -Home yesterday by the Union Vet
eran league -and others, who brought
great quantities of flowers. . ■.
- ■ Rumors of scarlet .fever, decreased
the percentage in attendnaiice at school
for, March,- for, In February, the,.per
centage stood at .92*4 and for March.lt
dropped to .89%. The total enrollment
of the school now stands at 191 as com
pared with 201 In February. Only one
case of fever was discovered.
The I. O. G. T. meet at' Laird's hall
this evening and have arranged a mu
sical and literary program in addition
to the business meeting.
FARMERS TO DISCUSS ■
Riverside, Mass Meeting to Be Ad.
dressed by Benjamin (de Wheeler
of Berkeley University
dpeclal to The Hirald.
KIVERSIDB, April s.— The closing
session of the farmers 1 Institute, which
meets In! Riverside Friday and Satur
day, will be a mass. meeting in the in
tereßts of street ornamentation. Presi
dent Benjamin Ide Wheeler of the Uni
versity of California, C. M. Lorlng of
Minneapolis and C. E. Rumsey will be
the- principal speakers. :■>■•'.!;; /,-S
The. disbarment and contempt pro
ceedings instituted against T. E. Gib
bon b,y Major J. W.. F. Dlss came up
in the superior court today, but went
over till April 17. Diss was not pres
ent when the case was called this
morning nor was he represented.. At
TRY IT NOW
IN THE SPRlNG— when the system
is full of winter impurities, that must
he sot rid 'if, you ought to take the
Bitters. SOMETHING ELSE WON'T
DO the work so quickly nor so well.
That's why we urge you again to in-
sist on having
KwVS^vSS^Sri It will purify and
Spa fI'i'fJUA.CH enrich the blood.
IWSHi^tTTWrj*^ tone U P the dlßt!«-
HW tfl tlve OI ' KUIIH Ulltl
jtffl&j CiHy Jem t
torner Hftlstead of Los Angeles ap
peared for Mr. oibbo'n.
Shipments' of orange* to date have
reached 3033 cart, while 200 cars of
lemons have gone out to far.
Th« following delegates from local
Sunday school* are Attending the Sun
day school convention In Los Angelet:
Congregational, Mist Davis, Miss How
ard; Presbyterian, Col. J. K. Btrang,
Ml«t Frances Strang, Mlts Wlnona
Dlfn.nl, Mils Margaret Shlels, Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Bayley; Christian, Rev. and
Mrt. George Ringo, I. Wllhlte, Mm. B.
D. Parker, Mlm Ada Shepherd, George
Holmnnj Arlington Presbyterian, Os
car Perrlne, Eulah Hodion, Rev. D. L.
The county board of education hat
granted certificates to the following
teachers: High school, Elizabeth San
derson, J. C. Ray, Ruth L. Klmball,
Bonlta Weaver, Mary H. Rice, Lillian
W. Bartlett; grammar, Mabel E. Hay
wood, Elizabeth Weber, Mary E. Olsen,
Inea Tollan, Cordla Umttead, Emily A,
Martin, .Stella Johnson, Elizabeth G.
Walte, May E. Beebe, George 11. Max
field, Maud A. Mlnthorn, Robert G.
Sharp, Ruth Hoffman, Mattle Hage
man, Janette A. Said, Clara Jelllco.
LONG BEACH SUN PARLOR
THROWN OPEN TO PUBLIC
Pacific Squadron Expected Prom Mag.
dalena Bay In Two Weeks
for Target Practice
Special to The Herald,
LONG BEACH, April 6.— Th« new
sun parlor at the outer end of the pier
will be thrown open to the public to
rrorrow afternoon. The first event -will
be the afternoon concert by the Marine
band and In the evening the hanrl will
give a dance there. It has 8686 square
feet of dancing space, which Is over
1000 feet more than the old pavilion
M. J. Brownell, who assaulted his
wife yesterday in a fit of drunken rage,
was arraigned at 2 o'clock this after
noon before Justice Brayton. The com
plaint alleges that he beat his wife on
the head with a revolver, threw her
down, choked her and Jumped on her
with both feet. The revolver was a
.45 caliber Colt. Brownell declared that
he struck Mrs. Brownell in self-de
fense because she had attacked him
with another revolver. The second
weapon was found In the Brownell
home at the bottom of a trunk. Jus
tice Brayton set the man's examina
tion for Wednesday, April 19. Ball was
fixed at $1000, and as the man cannot
furnish It he will be taken to the
Letters received from officers in the
Pacific squadron, now stationed at
Magdalena bay, state that the vessels
will arrive here for target practice on
RELATIVES UNITED AFTER
Each Thought Herself the Only Liv.
Ing- Member of the
Special to The Herald.
MONROVIA, April s.— Relatives who
each,. believed, herself . to. be, the only
one of her family in the west were
united today when Mrs. Annie Collins
Bradshaw of Riverside greeted her
aunt, Mrs. P. A. Seymore of Monrovia.
Thirty-two years ago, when Mrs. Col
lips: lived In Arkansas, her brother,
John. Collins, went home to visit his
family. He told them he had a wife
arid 1 two babies in Texas. On his re
turn to ' his ' home in the Lone Star
state John Collins was lost, dropped
completely out of sight. There was a
short correspondence between the wait
ing wife and her husband's 1 - family,
then silence. Mrs. Collins drifted west
and died recently at Riverside. 'A
short time ago Mrs. Seymore came
west, and connections of the family in
Virginia advised ; Mrs. Bradshaw that
a sister of her father was living In
Monrovia. Her- early visit to Mrs. Sey
more was the result.
SANTA ANA HAPPENINGS
Pacific City School Bonds Sold to Los
flpecla! to Th« Herald.
SANTA ANA, April 5.^-PacMc City
school bonds to the amount of $3000
were Bold today. to the Adams-Phillips
company of Los Angeles for $36 premi
Mr. and Mrs. Jumes Henry of Garden
Grove were thrown- from their rig at
the Fifth street bridge yesterday and
badly injured. Their horse became
frightened at a passing horseback
Fighting the Entire Combination
of Trust Stores
You don't realize the seriousnfiss of the Trust problem until you start
out to buy furniture, and then you find the amazing truth that Brent's
Is the only store In Los Angeles that is wiling houße furnishings at a
We publish our prices In the dally newspapers and we mark our
goods In plain figures. We do this because we winh to afford the public
every opportunity to tiee that we are actually selling goods for 2u to 40
per cent below the Trust. ..
$10.00 6-foot solid oak extension table; tfjP (\(\
pretty turned legs; royal finish *p\J»V\r
$12.00 8-foot solid oak extension $9.00
$20.00 pedestal extension tables; £iA -fff
solid oak • *p*t« ••*
$27.50 '45-Inch round top extension table; C9A Ml
extra heavy legs «p*V.VU
$30.00 birdseye maple ami mahogany drpsser, 22x28; pattern French
beveled mirror, 20x42 baue, full swell front, StiA li £ »
divided top drawers *pi\f>VJ
$16.50 solid oak dresser; 20x24 Inch pattern French plute mirror, 19x40
inch base, divided top drawers, CfA JC
royul finish.., tJ»IU.«J
$22.50 maple- or mahogany, princess dressers; 18x36; beveled pattern
French plate mirror; handsome design; «1/i Cfl
royal finish v - S'l U« 'W
HKiUI 1 Cj So. Spring
NEW BANK FOR ORANGE
Institution to Be Strictly Confined to
Special to Th* H«rald.
ORANOB, April B.— Steps are. being
taken to establish another, bank In
Orange with promltln-, prospects. The
necessary $25,000 was tubscrlbed In a
few hours' canvassing and more be
sides. The bank Is to be a home Inttl
tutlon, all the stockholders to be retl
dents of Orange or the Immediate vl
clnlty. . , ". ■>
Pottal receipts for. the six months
jutt cloted at the Orange post office,
amounted to $2,633.09.. Compared with
the tame period last year this shows an
Increaae of over $223.' •
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Burger have re
ceived a letter from their, daughter,
Susie, announcing her marriage, last
October, to Vivian Barr of Los Angeles.
Mrs. Barr has made frequent visits to
her home here during that, time and
has kept her position as stenographer
without Informing her relatives of her
marriage. The young : couple- began
houtekeeplng on Monday ln v Lot .'Ange-'
let where Mr. Barr 'is employed In the
offices of the Balt Lake Railway com
pany as draftsman. ■.-... .•' . .
David Hewes of El.Modena went. to
San Jose to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Jane L. Stanford. Mr!. Hewes was a
brother-in-law of Mrs. Stanford.
KILLED ON SANTA FE
Unidentified Man Struck by Overland
Train Near Claremont
Special ta Th» Herald.
POMONA, April 6.— Westbound over
land train No. 1 on the Santa Fe struck
and killed an unidentified man who was
walking on the track about a mile east
of Claremont this morning. The man
was about fifty years of age and wore
The body was brought to Pomona
and placed In J. E. Patterson's under
taking parlors, awaiting a coroner's In
quest which will be held tomorrow
morning. The man was evidently an
American and the clothing he wore was
of fairly good quality.
Bpectal to The Herald.
REDLANDS, April 6.— The postofflce
receipts for the past quarter ending
March 31 showed a balance of $8570.88.
an advance of $131.16 over the receipts
for the corresponding period last year.
R. H. Herron, the county bee In
spector, burned about twenty diseased
broods ot different apiaries around the
county during the . month of March.
The honey crop in this vicinity is ex
pected to be the largest there has been
for a number 06 years past.
RUSKIN ART CLUB TO
HAVE PERMANENT GALLERY
The pet enterprise of the Ruskln Art
club, and all women's clubs In South
ern California, that of establishing
and maintaining a permanent art gal
lery, had Its initiative in the former
body yesterday morning. At their
regular meeting an appropriation of $500
of the. Ruskln Art club's, funds was
voted for the preliminary work on a
For several years the bright women
of this club have seen the urgent' de
mand for a gallery where the best
paintings, may be found, and the pro
ject has been fostered- through the va
rious seasons of study. • !*:' ! ;«a":
At the last meeting of the district
federation of women's clubs, held at
Long Beach, the spirit of all clubs was
that of ; co-operating with theßuskin
members and the federation as a
whole endorsed the movement. •'*'..
' It Is the purpose of this club, with
the aid of the other women's clubs, to
purchaseand maintain a gallery which
shall be open to the public and to art
Twenty-five dollars was also appro
priated by the club to the Sequoya
league to be used in aid of the In
The club lesson yesterday morning
was preceded by Mrs. Phillip NewmarU
and Miss Fanny Donovan. The ; pro
gram ■ on French painting was .In
chaise of Mrs. W. R. Myers and Mrs.
H. W. Clough, ■ the question for dis
cussion - being "What the Revolution
Did for Art," and Mrs. J. W. Hen
drick pointed out that David, white
he was the father of the classic pe
riod, was at the same time the father
of;'the modern art of France. Mrs.'
Bernard spoke of Gros and Gerard, and
there were papers by Miss Sunders and
Come down to the "Herald
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