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MUSIC AND DRAMA.
Events of Interest in the Mimic World. Gossip Concerning People on the Stage. Several Notes of Plays aiiflThose Who Present Them. Attractions Booked For Los Angeles in the Near Future —Wilson Barrett Next Week. Both theaters are closed for the week. Cran.e, in The Senator, will follow Wil son Barrett at the Grand. Patti (off for Europe): Farewell I A last farewell!" America: "Ta-ta! See you later."—[New York Weekly. The new spectacle of the Hanlons has not yet been named, but the stage-crafty brothers say it will eclipse their former efforts. Carl Strakosch has offered Miss Lizzie Boyer, of Oakland, Cal., a contract as prima donna in a new opera company he is organizing. The Cincinnati Enquirer has cause for rejoicing. It thanks heaven that there are no tragedians in heaven. Why not include the whole stage category ? It is rumored that Lilli Lehmann will head her own German opera company next season, and that Albini will he the chief of a new Italian organization to appear next winter. Miss Geraldine Ulmer, who made her first success with the Boston Ideals, is coming back to America next month and will be the star of her own opera company next season. Barnum having declined to give the Brookly aldermen free passes to his show, those patriotic statesmen in creased the license fee for circuses from $750 a year to $500 a day. The Ugly Buckling is the name of the society play that Paul M. Potter has written for Mrs. Leslie Carter. The title was suggested by a photograph of Mrs. Carter's Chicago backer. Patti must have been extremely lavish while iv America with invitations to visit her castle in Wales, for half the actresses who have concluded their season's work announce that they will visit the diva. Joseph Haworth has been engaged some time on a biography of John Mc- Cullough, which is nearly ready for the printer. It will be pleasant to read something good that one actor says about another. Kathryn Kidder is going to star in a play that has been written for her by her mother. Miss Kidder's father will be the manager of the company and her brother will be advance agent. Her grandfather will furnish the money. Next week Wilson Barrett will occupy the stage at the Grand opera-house. Miss Eastlake is the leading lady of this English organization, which also in cludes George Barrett. Claudian, Ben my-chree and Hamlet, The Color Sarpeant, Clerical Error and Chatterton will be given here. Mrs. Langtry says one of the funniest slips she ever heard was on a stage in New York. Two of the company were playing the parts of lovers. They wanted to be alone, and one quietly repeated this line: "Let us seek some nosey cook." He should have said some "cozy nook." A Wild East has been brought to Lon don for an attempt similar to that of Buffalo Bill. Eighty Arabs and a few negroes, including women and children, horses, camels, asses, dogs, tents—in •/act, the oriental outfit complete—have come over to exhibit the life and to exe cute the fantasias of the desert. The French government supports music and the drama by the following appropriations for 1891: Grand opera, $160,000; Theatre Francais, $48,000; Opera Comique, $90,000; Odeon, $20, --000; Concerts Lamoureux, $2,000; Colonne, $2,000; popular concerts, $2,000, and besides these sums $20,000 additional for the general encourage ment of musical and dramatic enter prises. Mrs. Langtry's appearance in Esther Sandraz has evoked an almost unani mous opinion from the critics that she has made decided progress. She can now be really "furious in denuncia tion." Her dresses are more splendid than ever, impossible as that may seem. One illustrating an entirely new prin ciple of decoration was described as fol lows: "She wore a dress white in front to enhance the tender alabaster of her bust, and black behind to heighten the subtle gold of her neck." Out-of-town managers think English opera companies are chimed-out chest nuts, that stand for reiterations of Martha, The Bohemian Girl, Faust, Mari tana and Mignon, and if they are not specially attractive by having a great singer, refuse to book them. Opera managers, they say, are dying with dry rot, for although there are no better operas than these named their confreres "on the other side," are constantly bringing out new operas, or reviving the old works, which are as good as new to the present generation. The Brooklyn Eagle says: "Mrs. Pot ter's failure in Australia has consider ably eclipsed both her New York fiasco and the extraordinary fizzle which marked her widely heralded London ap pearance. Kyrle Bellew has partici pated in Mrs. Potter's plunge and the entire press of Australia has taken to ridiculing the pair in the most extrava gant manner. They are caricatured by the clever artists and the sentiment is one of absolute derision." The Eagle adds that having failed on three conti nents she ought to go to Africa and "grow up with the country." The Eagle is mistaken. There is no growth in her. She ought to go back to Potter — if he'll take her—and behave herself. FASHION NOTES. Interesting .Points for the Ladies to Consider. A reversible bonnet, minus strings, is formed of a thick twist of moss-green velvet, ending in a raised loop, with a plume of black ostrich tips rising from a lew loops of black lace. The plume can be removed and the position ot the bon net reversed with equally good effect. A charming little cape, which would be useful as a yachting wrap, is made in a soft woolen material, on whose red ground fine lines of blue are interwoven, forming a large check. The capes and turnover collars are bound all around with fine blue silk braid and lined •throughout with blue silk. This mate rial is also quite a novelty, and is in tended especially for yachting wraps, THE LOS ANGELES HERALD; MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1890. the coloring consisting of different mix tures in navy blue, red and white. Ladies who affect a masculine style of dress have a considerable variety from which to choose the present season, such as Vassar shirts with starched, sheath-shaped bosoms, standing collars to match, shirt studs, four-in-hand scarfs, loose surah belt-sashes, and seal scarf-pins. The Spanish mantle is an exception ally stylish garment, and will be worn during the summer with dressy toilets of every description. It consists of a fichu-shaped shoulder cape of real lace, in Chantilly and Spanish patterns com bined, with long scarf ends that cross at the belt and fall low on the dress skirt. "Hammock" dresses are being pre pared for elegant wear on lazy summer afternoons. They are half-fitting and without cushion or steels, but are nev erthe less graceful, being made with long, flowing Greek lines. Crepalines, challies, carmelites, foulards, surahs and China silks are the fabrics used. A ladies' tailor has invented a dress for business women which has six pock ftts, viz., the usual skirt pocket, two pockets on the hips, suitable for purse, keys or penknife ; two small pockets in the sleeves to hold railroad tickets or loose change, and a tiny vest pocket on the left side, which may be utilized for a watch-pocket or a memorandum-book. Satin foundations, of the brightest shades, are much used at present, es pecially for dresses destined for Amer ica or abroad, even if the gown is of a dark material. American taste inclines to bright-colored underskirts. A dress of the palest shade of lavender, hand somely braided in silver, is pretty, and would make an ideal going-away dress. A specialty in jackets, which will un doubtedly commend itself to general favor, is the cavalier, after the style of Charles 11, copied direct from a Pari sian model. It can be made in any firm material and color, but is particularly smart in the gray camel's hair, braided in black. It is almost tight-fitting, with a very deep basque, pocket and flaps and lapels. Over each shoulder are two small capes, which finish off under the lapels, and give the style to the whole. The waistcoat is of a lighter shade, braided with black Bussian braid; the deep cuffs have heavy knots of military braid, and so have the lapels and pock ets. The waistcoat can be varied, and the skirt worn with the coat bangs per fectly plain. An old lady's cap, in Mauresque lace, with lappets, has a band of lilac sprays resting on the head, veiled with lace, and a second row above in a paler shade. A small cap for a younger head is com posed of a pretty tartan silk, softened by cream lace. Tlie plaid, forming itself into ends at the back, rests becomingly on the hair. Another is of lilac-silk em broidery, resting on lace, twisted very daintily in and out of two bows of lilac ribbon, one placed higher than the other. All these caps fit most becom ingly on the head, and are exquisitely put together. A Severe Cold Cured in Two Days' Time, I was troubled with a severe cold and cough and on the recommendation of your agents, Messrs. Wegman & Wire, druggists, of this place, I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy and in two days I was completely cured. I most sincerely recommend this valua ble remedy to any of my friends who are suffering with a cold. C. I. Hockett, assistant cashier Clinton County Na tional llank, Wilmington, Ohio. For sale at 50 cents per bottle by C. F. Heinzeman, 222 N. Main street, and John A. Off, corner Fourth and Spring streets and by all leading druggists. When Baby was sick, we cave her Castoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, When aha had Children, she gave them Castoria, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria; Crutehea For fifteen years I was afflicted with rhru matism, four yearsof which I wascompelleo to go on crutches. Words are inadequate to express the suffering I endured during thai time. During these fifteen years of exis tence (it was not living), I tried every known remedy without receiving any benefit. I finally began on Swift's .Specific (S. S. S.I, which from the first gave me relief, and to day I am enjoying the best of health, and am h well man. I candidly believe that S. S. 8, Is the best blood purifier on the market to day. J. b. TAYLOR, Cuba, Mo. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mail ed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta Ga CAUTION w%iJsj»^2Sa VA \J t\ AUII price are stamped on the bottom. If the dealer cannot supply too. ■end direct to factory, enclosing advertised W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN. Fine Calf, Heavy Laced Grain and Creed moor Waterproof. Best in tho world. Examine his !S. 00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE. 4.00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE. 3.80 POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE. 8.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE. 2.25 & S3 WORKINGMEN'S SHOES. 2.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES. All made in Congress, Button and Lace. $3&52 SHOES LAmls. •1.7S SHOE FOR MISSES. Best Material. Best Style. Best Fit! In*. W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Mass. Sold fry M ASSACHUSETS Boot # Shoe House, Sole Agents for Los Angeles, fel-5m 129 WEST FIRST ST. CREAM Baking Powder MOST PERFECT MADE. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE. An analysis of Dh. Price's Cream Baking Powder made by me shows that it is composed of the best materials, free from Ammonia, Lime, Alum and all deleterious ingredients. Many Baking Powders contain Ammonia and Alum, which should never be ad mitted into our daily bread. Biscuits made with Dr. Price's are readily digested and wholesome. E. \V. HILGARD, Professor of Chemistry, Bkrkei.ry, California. Jan Hist, '85. 3 TROY LAUNDRY, Works. 571, 573 and 575 North Main Street. Telephone No. 46. MAIN OFFICE, UNDER LOS ANGELES NATIONAL BANK, FIRST AND SPRING STREETS. Dress' Shirts and Lawn Tennis Suits and Tennis S • ma 3-eod-3m LEGAL. ORDER DIRECTING ABSENT DE FENDANTS TO APPEAR. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED States, Niuth Circuit, Southern District of California. Manuel Jesus Galbes, complainant, vs. James A. Girard, Joaquin Soto, George W. Hearst, Dolores Diaz Menesses. Adolfo Carrasco Albano, Elisha W. Howe, Louis M. Girard, Ricardo J. Budge and the State of California, respondents. No. 106 in equity. It appearing to the satisfaction of the court from the verified bill of .complaint that Louis M. Girard, Dolores Diaz Menesses and Adolfo Carrasco Albano, defendants in the above entitled suit, are not citizens of the state of California and cannot be found therein, and are not inhabitants of and cannot be found in said Southern District of California, and that none of them will voluntarily appear thereto, and it further appearing to the satisfaction of the court from the amended bill of complaint that Ricardo J. Budge has departed from the state of California, is not an Inhabitant of the Southern District of California, and cannot be found therein, and will not voluntarily appear in said suit: and it further appearing that this suit is brought to enforce a claim to and to re move a cloud upon the title to real estate within said Southern District of California, con sisting of the land and claims of the complain ant In the above entitled bill: It is therefore ordered and directed that the following-named defendants, who are absent from, are not inhabitants of, and cannot be found in said Southern District of California, viz: Louis M. Girard, a citizen of France, and whose residence is to the complainant in the above-entitled bill unknown; Dolores Diaz Menesses, a citizen of the Republic of Chili and a resident of Rancagua in said Chili; Adolfo Carrnsco Albano, formerly a citizen of the Re public of Chili and a resident of Santiago in said Chili, but whose citizenship and residence is now to the said compluinant unknown; Ricardo J. Budge, a citizen of the state of Cali fornia, a resident of San Francisco, in said state, but who has lately departed from said state and whom the complainant is informed and believes is now in the Republic of Chili; and each of them do appear, plead, answer or demur in said suit by the 7th day of July, 1890; and that this order be served on each of said defendants if practicable, wherever found, by delivering a copy thereof, together with a copy of the bill of complaint, each certified by the solicitor of complainant to be a correct copy, at least twenty days before said 7th day of July, 1890, such service to be made by such persons as the solicitor of complainant may choose and to be proved by the affidavit of any person serving the same, and that for the service of this order upon any absent defendant or defendants upon whom personal service thereof is not practi cable, a copy of this order, certified to be cor rect by the solicitor of complainants, be pub lished in the Los Angeles Herald, a dally newspaper published at Los Angeles, in the state of California, not less than once a week for six consecutive weeks before the 7th day of July, 1890; and it is further ordered that in case any of such absent defendants shall not appear, plead, answer or demur within the time limited by this order or within such fur ther time as this court may allow, and upon proof of said service and of publication of this order, and of performance of the directions herein contained, this court will entertain jurisdiction of said suit and will proceed to the hearing and adjudication thereof in the same manner as if each of said absent defendants had been served with process within the Southern District of California, but said adjudication will, as regards said absent defendant or de fendants who may not appear in said suit, affect only the property and rights which are the subject of said suit which are under the jurisdiction of this court. Dated May 12th, 1890, ROSS, District Judge. I certify the foregoing to he a correct copy of the original. NOBLE HAMILTON, Solicitor and of Counsel for the Complainant. ma27-tu6t SHERIFF'S SALE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Wednesday,the 4th day of June, lS9o,atll o'clock a. m., I will sell all the right, title and interest of William Frankel, an insolvent, in and to the following described property: A gen eral stock of groceries, gents' furnishing goods, boots, shoes and hats, a general stock of millin er's goods, ladies' dress patterns, toilet sets, etc., etc., and all property belonging to said insol vent in that certain store room, formerly oc cupied by said insolvent, in the city of San Pedro, county of Los Angeles, state of Califor nia, at public auction, for cash in hand, in U. S. gold coin, to the highest and best Milder, to satisfy said order of sale and all costs. May 29, 1890. M. G. AGUIRRE, Sherifi'of Los Angeles County. By Will A. Hammel, Deputy. ma3o-4t NOTICE. THE LOS ANGELES CITY WATER COM pany will strictly enforce the following rule: The hours for sprinkling are between 6 and 8 o'clock a. m. and 6 ana 8 o'clock p. m. For a violation of the above regulation the water will be shut off and a fine of $2 will be charged before water will be turned on again. O. B. FULLER So CO. (Successors to McLain <St Lehman,) Pioneer Truck & Transfer Co. No. 3 Market St., Los Angeles, Cal. Safe and Piano Moving. All kinds of Truck- Work. Telephone 137. jul tf jar No. 129 fWI y We st First St. F2i is the place to MASSACHUSETTS MIF Shoe House JJb and a complete assortment of 1| RELIABLE SHOES II fjf At Reasonable Prices Affent for EDWIN C. BURT'S fine shoes. malO-3m NOTICE OF INTENTION TO PUR CHASE LAND. Resolutions of the board of super visors, adopted at a regular meeting of said board, on the 20th day of May. 1890. On motion of Supervisor Hubbard, the follow ing resolutions were unanimously adopted, viz: Resolved, That it is the intention of this board to purchase for the use of the county, all those certain lots or parcels of land situate in Garvanza, county of 1.08 Angeles, State of Cali fornia, and bounded and particularly described as follows, to wit: Being a tract of land thirty feet in width, on each side of and along the center line of the Los Angeles and San Gabriel R. R., beginning at a point where said Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley Railroad Company s survey crosses the west line of Willow street, about two hun dred feet northeast of the Garyanza station building, and continuing along said survey, as above stated, across the Arroyo Seco, to a point where said Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley Railway Company's survey intersects the right of way of the Southern California Railway Company. This purchase is to include the old bridge, with the exception of 'me span heretofore sold, and except railroad iron and railroad ties, and buildings hereinafter excepted, and also in cludes block "J," lying between the right of way of the Southern California Railway Com pany; the right of way of the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley Railway Company, and Willow street, for the sum of three thousand seven hundred and fifty ($3,750) dollars, gold coin of the United Stateß. Resolved, That notice of intention of this board to make Buch purchase be given by the clerk of this board for publication for three weeks prior to July 9th, 1890, in the Timet and Herald, newspapers of general circulation, published in the county of Lob Angeles. By order of the Board of Supervisors of Los Angeles county, Cal. .CHAS. H- DUNSMOOR, Clerk. By C. W. Blake, Deputy. ma2l-wed3t NOTICE TO CREDITORS. SUPERIOR COURT OF THE COUNTY OF Los Angeles, State of California. In the matter of the estate of S. C. Douglas, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, C. White Mortimer, administrator of the estate of S. C. Douglas, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said adminis trator, at his office in Temple block, on Main street, junction with Spring, in the city of Los Angeles, county and state aforesaid, the same being the place for the transaction of the busi ness of said estate, in the county of Los Angeles, state of California. C. WHITE MORTIMER, Administrator of the estate of S. C. Douglas, deceased. Dated at Los Angeles, May 17, 1890, said date being date of first publication of above. malv-sat-5t N. GLASS, Brother of the late Charles Glass, Ims opened a New Blacksmith Shop, At 540 South Spring Street, between Sixth and Seventh, ! 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