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BAPTISTS MEET IN
BIG GATHERING PUNNED BY
L«die«' Tabern«cle Boclety, Church of
Blessed Sacrament, Arranges a
Sacred Concert — Church
News of Week
Preparations are being made by the
local Baptist churches for the annual
meeting of the Southern California
Baptist association, which will be held
at the San Bernardino Baptist church
commencing next Tuesday afternoon
nnd continuing over Saturday. Tues
day afternoon a memorial service will
he held for thfl late Rev. W. 8. Tay
lor, late pastor at Riverside, to be
led by Rev. A. S. Phelps, pastor of
the Central Baptist church of Los An
geles, and Rev. J. Ilerndon Gamett of
Santa Ana. Rev. G. A. Cleveland, pas
tor of the Orchard Avenue Baptist
church, will speak on "Professionalism
—Its Cause and Cure." Rev. C. C.
Pierce, pastor of the Memorial church,
and Rev. Robert Burdette, pastor of
the Temple church, will speak Tues
day evening on "London," both hav
ing attended the Baptist world con
, gress held there.
Wednesday morning Rev. R. A.
Henck, pastor of the Bethel church,
will speak on "Girls' Classes." "Evan
gelism Among Toung People" will be
the topic of Rev. E. G. Cressy of the
Kast Los Angeles church. Rev. Rob
ert Burdettn will speak on "The City
Shall Be Full of Boys and Girls."
Rev. W. H. Walker, D. D., Rev. A. M.
Petty, Prof. Melville Dozler, E. E.
Belph and H. D. Schultz will also make
Benjamin Fay Mills, the permanent
minister of the • Los Angeles Fellow
ship, will speak in Blanchord hall to
morrow morning at 11 o'clock on
"Something New Under the Sun."
Miss Helen O. Tappe will sing
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"The Coming Day." Alfred B.
WaJper, violinist, will . play "Elegle
Slave" (with mute), by Eduard Bchutt.
Seatn free to all. Mrs. Mills' class will
meet In the mnslo room. 232 South
Hill street it 9:f>s. Children's church
at rmislo room at 11 o'clock. Sunday
school at Fellowship house, 420 West
Sixth street, at 9:30.
Commencing with Sunday, December
lft. all the public meetings of The
Fellowship will bo held In Masonic
hall, 431 South Hill street.
J. Herbert Thompson, a •well-known
business man, will spenk tomorrow af
ternoon nt 3:30 o'clock nt the men's
meeting at the Toung Men's Christian
association on "Weighed and Want
ing." Mr. Thompson was associated
with Dr. .T. Wilbur Chapman and vis
ited California, Portland, Washington
nnd Colorado with him In his evan
gelistic servlcßß. Mr. Thompson Is ft
graduate of the Moody Bible Institute
and has been connected with evange
listic work the past seven years, fl ve
of which were In New Zealand. Mrs.
Thompson assisted her husband In the
services, being an accomplished mu
A sacred concert will ho given Thurs
day evening, December 14, at the new
Wllcox block, Hollywood, under the
auspices of the Ln tiles' Tabernacle so
ciety of the Church of the Blessed |
Sacrament. Miss Lllllnn Scanlnn of :
the cathedral choir will take part;
also Miss Mnry L. O'Donohue, Misses I
Olezo, McNpII and Mary Merrlck of
the Sacred Heart choir. The program
will be under the direction of Rev.
D. "W. Ji Murphy, S. T. n., the pastor,
who Is a member of the diocesan cliolr
commission nnd was for flve years
organist of St. Mary's church, Balti
A retreat for the parishioners of St.
Vincent's church will be held Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, December fi,
6 and 7, preparatory for the feast of
the Immaculate Conception, which
will be observed Friday, December 8.
Mass will be celebrated each morning
during the retreat at 6 and 8 o'clock,
at which Instructions will be given.
The rosary will be recited each even-
Ing, followed by sermon and bene
dlrtlon The retreat will conclude
Friday evening, when solemn vespers
will be celebrated.
Rev. Mother Frances Xavler Ca
brlnl. mother general of the Mission
ary Sisters of tho Sacred Heart, who
has been visiting In Los Angeles sev
eral months, will leave Monday for
the east, where she will visit the con
vents of the order. About New Tear's
she will sail for Rome for the mother
house of the order. On her arrival
there she will attend the dedication of
n church in Rome, which she has had
built with money given her by the
The dedication of the temporary
chapel of tho Immanuel Baptist church
on Western avenue, near Pico street,
which was to have occurred tomorrow
afternoon, has been postponed on ac
count of the uncompleted condition of
the structure. A service will be held
there tomorrow morning, at which
Rev. W. C. Clatworthy, the pastor,
will preach. It is expected the dedi
cation will bo held in about two weeks.
The Union Rescue mission at 145
North Main street has leased the room
adjoining on the north. The partition
will be removed, making one room 38
x 63 feet, to be used for evangelistic
A reception of new members Into
the sodalities will be held Friday
evening, the feast of the Immaculate
Conception, at St. Viblana's cathedral.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER a, 1905.
Rev. T. F. Fahey will have chAtge of
ner. ■William "llorar* Day, pastor
of th« First Congregational fhurch,
will «peak on "Thn Holy Cfttholle
Church" At tho morning «ervlo« tomor
row. Twilight communion will he cele
brnted at 4 o'clock, nt which new
members will be received.
, A riovena wn.i openM Thursday
evening at the Cathedral of Bt. Vlbl
ana, In preparation for the feast of
thfi Immaculate Conception, which will
occur Friday, December R. B«rvlcM.
consisting of special prayers and bene
diction, will be held each evening at
The Kpworth league of the Royle
Heights Methodist church distributed
a large number of baskets of food and
provisions Thanksgiving day to the
poor of Boyle Heights.
The Ladles' Aid society of the West
lake Methodist church will give a ba
«aar next Tuesday afternoon and even-
Ing at the church. A chicken pie sup-|
per will be served from 6 to 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Mllo Baker Is president of the
D. R. Luther, general secretary of
the Los Angles T. M. C. A., will speak
tomorrow at the morning service at
! Ihe Santa Monica Preshyterlan church
, on "The Problem and Perils of Toung
The Queen Esther circle of the First
Methodist church will give a bazaar
next Friday afternoon and evening,
at the home of Mrs. W. F. Crone
mlller, 936 South AJvarado street
The men's prayer meeting of the
Boyle Heights Methodist church will
be held next Monday evening at the
parsonage on St. Louis street.
The annual meeting and election of
officers of the Sunday school of the
Boyle Heights Methodist church will
be held next Thursday evening at the
church. A banquet will be served.
Communion will be celebrated at the
First Methodist church at the morn-
Ing service tomorrow, at which bap
tism will be administered and a recep
tion to new members held. . At the
evening service Dr. Mclntyre, the pas
tor, will speak on "Lessons From the
Life of Henry Ward Beecher."
The Home Missionary society of the
Boyle Heights Methodist church will
hold an all day meeting next Thurs
day at the home of Mrs. Rogers, 417
North Soto street
Rev. Father Fortler, formerly sta
tioned at Idyllwlld, has been trans
ferred to the Banning Indian school.
November Made an Excellent Show
ing In Line of Improve.
Thfi tabulated report of Building
Superintendent Backus for the month
of November tells an Interesting story
of building activity In Los Angeles.
Total permits Issued, 843; for Improve
ments valued nt $1,259,165, nhowing an
Increase of 148 permits over same
month In 1004, and a decrease In valua
tion of $274,887; November, 1903, 019
permits, $1,18.1,814 for Improvements;
November. 1902, 496 permits, $1,129,954
for Improvements; November, 1901, 562
permits, $.[i38,004. [ i 38,004 for improvements; No
vember, 1900, 146 permits, $197,947 for
improvements; November, 1899, 137 per
mits, $156,551 for Improvements.
If yon nniii to isu ran, C. liny dock,
A*t. Illinois Central R. R.. 238 8. SDrlne.
RAILS ALREADY ON GROUND
NEW STEPHENSON AVENUE LINE
BOYLE HEIGHTS WILL HAVE
W. H. Workman Says Property Value*
Are Advancing Since Plans of
Huntlngton Company Have
Been Made Public
The rails for the new double track
electric line on Stephenson avenue
which the Uuntlngton Interests are
building are on the ground ready to be
splknd to the ties, and large property
owners on Boyle Heights are confident
that cars will be running over the new
line In sixty days.
"This new line is going to open up ft
large territory on Boyle Heights," said
"Uncle Billy" Workman, city treasurer,
who owns a large tract of laud on
Boyle Heights, yesterday. "The* rails
are good heavy ones and It Is certain
that the new line will be as good as any
in the city and better than most.
"This line will be connected with the
First street line and will be three miles
WANTS TO ANNEX AN ALLEY
Board of Public Works Decided on
Equal Division of Abandoned
Acting under the belief that former'
Chief of Police John M. Glass wanted I
more than was coming to him, the
board of public works yesterday or
dered the alley west of Los Angeles
street, between Seneca avenue and
Forty-eighth street, abandoned and de
clared that Mr, Glass would be priv
ileged to annex but seven and a half
feet of the former alley to his property
Mr. Glnss was the originator of the
petition to the council to have the alley
abandoned, and after securing the sig
natures of owners of abutting property,
according to the statements of Mrs. S.
J. Linn, who yesterday appeared before
the board, declared that he was entitled
to the full fifteen feet. The other prop
is served. m "**^*^~ 1^ vt^f*
.J. WOOLLACOTT. Distributor. 1 24- 1 26 North Swim '
long. Tt will not only run to the city
limits but out to the Catholic cemetery,
for which a franchise has already been
secured from the county. The Hunt-
Ington people have a franchise to run I
as far as Whlttler nvi>r this same road, I
but I do not bellpvn they will build |
that far for some time. I am convinced !
however, that they will build the line as j
far as Montebello, The franchise to .
run over Stephenson avenue was se- 1
cured by myself and others two years
ago and runs for forty years.
"When this line Is completed It will
connect the extensions from First street
on Cummlngs, Euclid avenue and In
diana street, and will have as fine an
electric system on Boyle Heights as In
any other part of the city.
"The construction of this line has al
ready raised the price of property that
will be affected, and acreage suitable
for subdivision Is being sold rapidly at
greatly advanced prices.'
It Is Intimated that the Huntlngton
people will build a line over Seventh
street as soon as the new bridge Is com
pleted, although some of those who
have heard of the scheme declare that
Mr. Huntlngton would want more than
the twenty-one years' franchise now
permitted before beginning such con
struction. With the Seventh street lino
there would be three car lines from
Boyle Heights to the heart of the city.
erty owners objected to this, for If th«
alloy In the rear of their property was
to be abandoned they believed them
selves entitled to half of It.
When Mr. Glass found that all his
neighbors shared this sentiment he sent
a protest to the board of public works,
In this way protesting his own petition.
Mr. Olnss owns a majority of the
frontage In the block, but In spite of
his protest the bonrd ordered the alley
abandoned nnd declared that It should
bo equally divided.
George Vanderbllt Sells Timber
Hy A m .intPrt Presg.
RALEIOH, N. C. Dec. I.— A special
from Ashevllle, N. C, says that Oeorge
W. Vanderbllt has sold to W. H. and
W. L. Alexander of Charlotte and
others the standing timber on his
Plsgah forest reserve. The reserve con
tains 81,000 acres of virgin forest with
300,000,000 feet of marketable timber.
The consideration will be near $2,000,000.
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