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The Comma: Series of Base- ball Games. Los Angeles Will Put Up a Strong Team. Riverside to Play Lacrosse in Lob Angeles on Thursday. Fistic Paragraphs About Well Known Puetllsts— The Latest Gossip About the Racers—Los Angeles Club Grounds to Bo Opened. There will be plenty of sport this win ter. The season opens in Los Angeles next Thursday. There will be football, lacrosse and baseball on that day. That surely is enough variety to please the most fastidious admirer of outdoor sport. Of course, tbe inter-city events will attract the most attention. The new grounds of the Los Angeles Athletic club are almost completed. They are located at the corner of Alameda and Seventh streets. The grand stand will accommodate 1500 people, and in addi tion there will be bleachers to accom date several thousand. The dia mond will be laid out direct ly in front of tbe grand stand. The track for tbe athletes and bicycle riders wilt be a quarter of a mile in cir cumference. It will undoubtedly be the fastest bicycle track in the state. Tbe lacrosse match between Riverside and Los Angeles promises to be very in teresting. The Riversiders are on their mettle and will put up a strong game. The local team is in fine form. Lacrosse is one of the most exciting of all games. It interests both old and young alike. The enthusiasm reaches a fever heat as the game progresses. The rapid and skillful plays work up the excitement of the onlooker. It is not necessary to un derstand the ruies, as is the case in most other games. The Canadian game is 'destined to become very popular in Southern California, and there Will be a large crowd in attendance at the game on Thursday afternoon at the opening of the new grounds of the Los Angeles Ath letic club, corner of Alameda. and Seventh streets. PUGILISTIC CHATTER. Hits and Misses About the Knights of tbe Knuckle. The defeat of Joe Soto was not a sur prise to the admirers of pugilism in Los Angeles. Soto is on the down grade, and will soon drop into oblivion. Atone time Soto loomed up as a candidate ior coast championship honors in his class. Sis victory over Danforth gave him a rattling good opinion of himself. The writer did not see the mill, being absent from the city at tbe time. It was rather a good thing for certain other parties that, the writer was not present at an other tight held in this city. From ail accounts it was cut and dried before the men entered the ring. To go back to the Hsito-Dan forth battle, I- was informed that Danforth was paid to go out. This is probably correct, as Danforth has done the same trick more than once. The coming mill at the Pastime Ath letic club on the evening of DecemberSd promises to be both exciting and lively. Solly Smith and Dan Maboney are the contestants. Tbey battle for the bantam weight championship of the coast. Ma honey comes here from San Francisco with gilt-edged credentials. He is re garded up there as the best man in his class. He is clever, quick, and is re ported to be a harder hitter than the average bantam. Solly Smith is young and is a hand somely built youngster. He is a hard hitter' and is fairly clever. He can be relied upon to make a good, game fight, and if the San Franciscan is not as clever as he is reputed to be he may meet his Waterloo at the hands of the local lad. It should be a slashing mill, with plenty oi hurricane fighting. Billy Manning says that he will meet Maher, the Australian pugilist, fcra fair sized purse and wiU wager $200 on the side. Maher* is a tall young fellow, and is as clever as they make them. Man ning thinks that the Antipodean will not be able to withstand his rushes. Ohoyneki is a sure winner in his com ing fight. The Denver man will not be in it at any stage of the game. THE BASEBALL CARNIVAL. The Comlufr Serl«» Between 'Frlico and Lol Angalen. Flay ball 1 This will be the cry at the First-street grounds next Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, if the present pleasant weather continues. That em peror of the diamond, the umpire, has not yet been announced. It is very probable that the double nmpire system will he tried for the first time in this city. A force ot carpenters aie at work on the new grandstand aud the diamond is being covered with dirt, while heavy rollers are being used to make the grounds as hard as possible. Thanks ?iving day promises to be a gala day in joa Angeles this year. »•« All the members of tbe local team have arrived except Lehman and Fogar ty. They are both due Tuesday. These boys have an army of friends who will be glad to see them back again. Both men have had hard luck during the past season. Last March when Fogarty and Lohman left for Ban Jose and Oakland, the prospects seemed to be very bright for a great season for them. Jack-Fogar ty became an immediate favorite at San Jose, and his second base work was truly marvelous when a serious illness came near robbing the diamond of a ris ing star. Just about this time Pete Lob man, who bad jumped from Oakland [ to Washington, had the misfortune to fall off a loaded bicycle, and for two or three months was unable to play ball. What a shout of welcome "Puente Pete" will get next Thursday. » • Decker will captain and play first base for tbe local team. He is well known here and very popular. The past season he has managed and captained the Joliet team oi the Illinouvlowa league. As a first baseman he ranked second in that league and has a batting aveiage of .304. The initial bag is safe in Decker's hands. »*• J> Messrs. Edwards & McKnight have THE LOS ANGELES HERALD MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1891 been very fortunate in securing pitchers. It is doubtful if any club in California ever bad two sucb m»n at one time as Knell and Cobb to do tbe twirling. Knell is fresh from Columbus and is one of the greatest pitchers in America. Cobb has just finished a successful sea son with San Francisco and has already signed for next year. Baltimore gets bim at a $2500 salary. At short, third base and left field will be found the old favorites, Goldie, Lucas and Holliday. These men were with the 1889 team aud played brilliant ball, and there is no reason why they should not be decidedly "in the game" this year. Lucas is a much improved man and .should be able to hold the third cushion down "a la" Billy Nash, (ioldie will be found all over the diamond, as of yore, while Holliday can be relied on for two or three base hits each game. In center field will be found probably tbe greatest out-fielder of the present day, Jimmy McAlcer of the Cleveland League club, Messrs. Edwards and Mc- Knight are deserving of credit for secur ing this brilliant batter, base runner and fielder. He is one of the highest salaried ball players in the country and will drive the crowds wild by his elec trical catches. »*« For right fielder the only Dungan, who will no doubt lead the club in bat ting has been signed. "Dunny" is a natural hitter and his batting average runs close to 400. Besides this brilliant array of talent, the home management has Leland and one or two other promis ing men. Here's' to a successful winter season! The Old Leacher. Baseball Paragraphs. A San Francisco paper says that Phil Knell may be with the Philadelphia Athletics in 1892. "Kid" Carsey, who pitched in Los Angeles last year, will in all probability play with the Boston association team. Pacific Field Sports has the following to say about Blauvelt, who will be seen here "this week: Blauvelt is one of the men who elevate baseball by their con nection with the game. He is a mod est, quiet, gentlemanly young fellow. Sacramento Whitewashed. San Jose, Cal., Nov. 22. —Large crowds witnessed the two games here today between San Jose und Sacra mento, the former winning both. Scores; First game, 6 to 0; second. 8 to 2. Two Straight. San Francikco, Kov. 22.—The Cali fornia baseball league season closed to day by 'Ftißco winning two games from Oakland. Scores: Morning game, 8 to 7; evening, 13 to (>. TURF TOPICS. Gossip Aliout tbe Runners and Trotters at tho rark. The season of 1802 promises to be a very lively one for the bangtails. Year lings are being taken up by tbe score, and it is thought that by the middle of January there will be double as many 2-year-olds in training as ever known be fore in this state. Many of California's crack horses in tbe past will be repre sented in 1892 by their progeny. Two year-olds will be seen on the turf next year by the great Volante and the still greater Emperor of Norfolk. Both these young sires won many a memorable con gest on the American turf, and proved themselves racehorses of the highest type. Their get will be watched with the greatest of interest by all lovers of the turf. The stalls at the race track are filling up very rapidly. A Herald reporter recently made a tour through the stalls. L. J. Rose has a string of thorough breds in training. H. Jones is training the string this year. He is the young man who came down here with Colonel Thornton's flyers in 1890. Jones has been connected with many of the lead ing stables in California for a number of years. Fairy, the speedy daughter of Argyle and Fairy Rose is lame and it is very doubtful whether she will face a starter until late next season. Motto, a 2-year old filly by .Sir Modred, promises to" hold her own in the best of company. She won several good races the latter part of the year. The yearlings are a likely looking lot. Sir Roy. a bay colt by Sir Modred, is a splendidly rounded youngster and has a racy appearance. Comrade, by Tyrant, is a strapping colt and should more than win his oats. Al Morine is now at the race track with Carmelita, a former winner of the Los Angeles Derby. He haß taken up her yearling foal by Bachelor. This racy-looking youngster will be raced in Los Angeles next spring. Al Morine and Jack Clifford are also training Mrs. J. W. Wolfskill'ayearlings. Two are at tbe track, and the third one is daily ex pected there. Daphne, by" Wild Idle,out of Yolone. is entered for the American Derby ot 1893. 3he is a wonder!_Uy bh_. filly, and should develop into a great race mare. She is bred all right. Her sire is Wild Idle, tbe-eire ot many good ones, including Flambeau and Nomad. Her dam is Yolone. Daphne is therefore a full sister to the celebrated Jim Doug lass. It was Jim Douglass who broke tbe 11-16 mile record at Chicago on June 29, 1886. Jim Douglass covered the distance in 1:473-., with 122 pounds up. The second filly ib named Heiladora. She is also by Wild Idle. Her dam is Heliotrope, hy Joe Hooker, out of Yo lone. Dave Bridges is getting together a string. Last week he purchased a yearling owned by Mr. Sproul of Nor walk. She is a Gano. Bridges is very partial to the Ganos. The filly is built on strong lines. She will at once be pot into training. Bridges expects to make Beveral other purchases before the new year. Mt # » Mr. Ruddy recently arrived at the track from Dallas. He has two race horses. One is a 3-year-old by King Bolt, and the second one is a bay filly by Colonel Clark out of Gratitude; Both will be entered at the holiday meeting. Another new arrival at the track is Aleck Lewis of Helena, Mont. He has a couple of pacers and the old Los An geles trotter, Contractor. This old son of Sultan is highly prized by Mr. Lewis. He won a number of fast races on tbe Montana circuit, and Mr. Lewis says that he is the greatest race horse of all the Sultans. R. F. Simmons, a wealthy resident of Boston, recently came to Los Angeles for the benefit of his health. He is a Kreat admirer of the trotting horse, and has three at the track which he brought with him from the east. Winneywood is a bay mare by Wedgewood, dam by Ethan Allen. Del Monte if a brown gelding, with a record of 2:21. He is by Daniel Lambert, dam by Ethan Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOU/TELY PURE Allen. Trottywood is a bay gelding, and is a full brother to the mare whose breeding is given above. NEWS FOR HORSEMEN. Richard Olrrt Offered »40,000 for Woolaey. It is reported that Richard Gird, of Chino, received a telegraphic dispatch from the east offering $40,000 fbr Wool- Bey. This stallion is a full brother of Sunol, the queen of the trotting world. Aicazar is one of the coming sires of America. This Los Angeles bred stal lion is now owned in Milwaukee. Only four yearlings have trotted in 2:30 or better. The whole four are owned in California. California owna more 2:15 stallions than any other state in the union. Jaral, the crack jockey of America, is to spend the winter in Southern Cali fornia. Five of the fifteen stallions that trot ted this year in 2:15 or better are owned or bred in California. The next event was a sensation. On Saturday, C. A. Durfee had driven his McKinney in 2:16 before a strong wind, and it was thought he could go the mile under favorable circumstances in 2:12. He came to Stockton with the record of 2:17, of which he was proud. But at his first battle with Father Time he made the circuit in 1:0G, I:4o}* and 2:12? a. Then it was announced that McKinney bad trotted a faster mile than ever a 4-year-old stallion trotted before, and there was more cheering and whooping. McKinney was driven by his owner, and he was driven well. He came in tinder the whip, but came in strong.—[Breeder and Sports man. LOS ANGELES IN THE SWIM. A San Francisco Paper Awards Los Angeles the Palm. The Breeder and Sportsman says edi torially : "The influx of people from the eastern states to Los Angeles has commenced, and the live Los Angeles association di rectors know that they ns well as the citizens of that fair city and county are anxious to have winter racing so as to witness tbe large field of thoroughbreds that are always ready for the word. The programme of events is published in anothe.- column, and to all who bring their thoroughbreds we can bespeak for them kind attention, splendid accom modations and large crowds. It iB almost unnecessary to speak of the glorious climate of Los Angeles, as it is so well known; but in the winter it surpasses every other portion of this state. The track is considered one of the best Winter tracks in California, and horsemen will not be making a mistake by sending their entries to the secretary immediately." CLASSIC EVENTS. The Entries for Blch Stakes to Close Shortly. New York, Nov. 22.—The Brooklyn Jockey club entries for the spring meet ing. '03, will close January Ist. Among the stakes are the BrooklDy handicap, mile and a, quarter, guaranteed value !|i25,000; Suburban handicap, same. The Great American 2-year-old stake is worth $20,0C0. Other stakes of merit are the Brooklyn cup, (St. James hotel stakes and the' Futurity, Brooklyn and Ft. Hamilton handicaps. The Coney Island Jockey club an nounces that its great classic event, the Suburban handicap, will be worth $25, --000 next year. The Futurity stakes for '04 will have $17,500 added to its value. The Futurity course is about six fur longs. LOS ANGELES IN DENVER. A Mastiff Fu-p-py from Los Angeles Gets a Semlofl It is not generally known among the friends of the canine that right here in Denver two of the best bred mastiff pups in America are to be found, says Field and Farm, They are owned by J. J. Keith, recently irom Los Angeles. They were sired by Amado, owned by Dorothea Lummis, M. D., of Los Angeles. The dam, Chino Beauty, is also owned in Los Angeles - by Jaguarina, America's greatest swordswoman. They are from . the famous Lukey and Thompson strains, and come from a pedigree trace able more than seventy years. The pop Hector is not yet a year old, and weighs 150 poi tide. ♦ A Challenge to Skaters. Los Angeles, Nov. 22,1891. Sporting Editor Hkrald: Hearing that some of the crack skaters of Los Angeles were anxious for a race, I here by challenge any skater in Los Angeles to a match race from five to 100 miles, provided that the manager of the skat ing rink will give a suitable purse. A reply addressed to the Nadeau hotel will reach me. George Bkbry, Champion Long Distance Boy Skater of the Coast. Roseberry Dead. Chicago, Nov. 22. —Roßeberry, the famous high jumper, fell last night at tne stock show," while attemptinc to beat his record. Today he died from paralysis, the result of the fall. His owner, Mr. Pepper, had refused $10,000 for him. Tom Rodman is still laying odds against the eastern races, and mere is quite a growing interest in racing going on in Southern California at present. Japan Protects Ber Subjects. London, Nov. 22.—A Tokio dispatch says the Japanese government has or dered men-of-war to China to protect Japanese subjects at open ports. There is no question of further co-operation either with the powers or China. Answer This Question. Why do so many people we see around us seem to prefer to suffer and be made miserable by Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Coming up of the Food, Yellow Skin, when for 75c we will sell them Shiloh's Vitamer, guaranteed to cure them. Sold wholesale by Haas, Baruch St Co., and all re tall druggists. Oox Roma Rrow. Maier & Zoebleln's Lager, fresh from the brewery, op draught in all the princdi*) sa loons, delivered promptly ln bottles or kegs Ottce and Brewery. 444 Allso st. Telepaone 81. Horse blankets and buggy robss at Foy's siddlery bouse, 315 N. Los Angeles street. THE ANHEUSER-BUSCH. Charles Bauer hstabiishes a New En terprise on Spring Street. Charles Bauer is again to the front with a new enterprise. Saturday night he opened ud the Anheuser-Busch at 343 South Spring street. The place was thronged all the eveuing and Mr. Bauer received the congratulations of his many friends. The best class of people were present. The place is fitted up in grand style and no expense has been spared t > make this the best place of its kind in this city. The best brands of all kinds are kept and the beer is the best to be had in Los Angeles. The An heuser promises to be very popular under the management of Mr. Bauer. MARINE NEWS. San Pkdro, November 22,1801. Arkived—Nov. 22, steamer Corona, Hal), from San Diego and way, passengers and mer chandise, to H. P. Co. Saii.ru — Nov. 22, Steamer Corona Hall, toSau Francifco and way, passeugers and mer chandise, to I. C. S. S. Co; Nov. 22, iteam schooner Cosmopolis, Detmar, for San Fran cisco. DDK to Ariuvk—Nov. 23, Steamer i'omona, Leland, irom Ssn Francisco and way, passen gers and merchandise, to S. l\ Co.; Nov. 21, Steamer I'omona, Leland, from Newport, passengers and merchandise, to S. P. Co ; Nov. 25. Steamer Queen Of Hie Pacific, Alex ander, irom San Francisco and way, passengers and merchandise, to S. P Co. Nov 27, Queen of the Pacific, Alexander, Hnn I iego. passen gers and merchandise, to S. P, Co. Duk to Sail—Nov. 23, Steamer Pomona. Leland, to Newport, passengers and merchan dise, to P. 0. S. S Co.: Nov. 24, Steamer Po mona, Lelsud, to Sau Francisco and wav, passengers and merchandise, to P. C. 8. S. Co"; Nov. 25,Queeiiof the PaciSc. Alexander, ior Sau Diego, passengers and merchandise to P. C. S. 8 Co ; Nov. 27, Steamer Queen of the Pacific, Alexander, for Sau Francisco, pas sengers ami luerchtndite for P. C. S S. Co. Tides—Nov. 2.l—High water, 5:00 a m , 3:28 p. ni : low water, 10:50 a. m., 10:13 p. tn. Gorgonzols Sage and English Dairy Cheese .At 11. Jevne's lltnaud 138 N. Spring. Demerara Syrup. You can buy It at H. Jevne's, 130' and 138 N. Spring. THE NEW ERA, No. b Court street. Fine wines aud liquors. Ed Wenger, proprietor. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. FUNERAL NOTICE. HTEKl,_—The funewl of Mary Elizabeth Steele, beloved wife of Charles A. Steele, will not take place until the arrival of Mrs. Steele's father and listers from the east. Due notice of the funeral; will be given hereafter. Our Motto "A dollar's worth tor a dollar" Is tbe motto Ol Hood's Sarsaparilla. This medicine Is a highly oonoentrated extract of Sarsaparilla and other well-known vegetable [remedies, and Is pro nounced by experts the strongest and best prep aration of the kind yet produced. It owes Its peculiar strength and medicinal merit to the fact that lt is prepared by a Combination, Pro portion, and Process Peculiar to Itself, discovered by tbe proprietors of Hood's Sarsa parilla, and known to no other medicine. IU prompt action on the blood removes all impuri ties, and cures scrofula, salt rheum, sores, boils, pimples, all humors, and all diseases or affec tions arising from impure blood or low state ol the system. "I have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla and find It lo bo the best blood purifier I have ever used." Has. H. Field, Auburn, CaL The Best Medicine. "I hare ased six bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla for Indigestion. It has helped me a great deal, I think lt is the best medicine for indigestion and dyspepsia." Has. N. A. Laudesdale, 193 North Fifth street, San Jose, CaL N. B. Bo sare to get only Hood's Sarsaparilla-- Bold by druggists. 11; six for|s. Prepared only by C. L HOOD Ss CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. IPO Doaes One Dollar t«0l» MEDAL, PARIS, 1171 BAKER'S Breakfast Cocoa Warranted absolutely - pure Oocoa, from which the ex cess of removed It has three times tho strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot aud Sugar, _nd is therefore fas more eeonomlestl, costing 1 use than one cent a cup. It ia delicious, nourishing; strengthening, easily di gested, and admirably adapt ed for invalids as well as for persons in good health. Sold by Grocers every where. W. BAKER I CO, Dorchester, Mas*. 12-lf»l2m t ILLICH'S RESTAURANT. Everything New and First-clasa. I*6 and 147 H. Main Street. ap39-tf JEBBY ILUCH Proprietor, E. FLEUR, Wholesale Wine and Liquor Merchant, 40* and 406 N. Los Angeles Bt. Telephone 224. Famitytradesupplied. Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Orders for the country promptly attended to. Agency and depot of Uncle Sam's wine vaults at Napa City, Oal. _ 18-31 ly Fire Insurance at Fair Rates. First-class STOCK companies, INDEPEND ENT of the Pacific Insurance Union. Favorable rates upon flrst-Class property any where in Southern California. C. 0. HAWLEY, Manager. 80 and 87 Bryson-Bonebrake Building. "10-31 3m HAVE YOU GOT $12.05 0 ______________________ o We have marked our entire line of $14.00, $16.00 and $18.00 Men's all-wool Suits down to the ridiculous Low Price of $12.6.5! Let s know if any other house in Los Angeles has the courage to make such concessions right in the heart of the season. ON DISPLAY IN OUR O TAKES EM AWAY SHOW WINDOWS. (J) X *-J .U KJ THIS WEEK. Globe Clothing Co. 249-251 SPRING ST., Near Third. H. C. WEINER. • • <; ::>3«f»h ONLY NINE DAYS MORE OF THE Great Cut Sale of Dress Goods, Fine Black and Colored Dress Fabrics never sold at such low prices, and they are going very rapidly, especially the finer grades of goods, on which we have made the greatest reductions. FOR MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY WE HAVE MADE I SOME STARTLING AND TELLING REDUCTIONS. Ask to see the \ yellow tag price on all th« goods. Those not having any have I not been reduced. The reduction on 25c. Dress Goods has been very slight, as of such we have only a limited quantity. 51.50 Black Silk Warp Henrietta, Arinures aud Drap d'Ete, cut to $1. $1 a yard Black and Colored Henrietta. Serge, Camel's Hair and Cashmeres cut to 65c. 75c. goods cut to 50c. 50c. goods cut to 35c. WINEBURGH'S, 309-311 S. Spring, below Third St. > Crystal Palace. We hereby give notice that during lair week we will have a grand exhibition In our store and Art Rooms of HAVILAND & CO. Plain and Decorated China, Dinner and Fish Sets, Game and Berry Sets. CARLSBAD Plain and Decorated China, White China for Decorating. Belsrium and Bohemian Cut Glass Ware, Piano and Banquet Lamps. Bisque Figures and Hun garian Vases, Bronzes and Ornaments, Baby Carriages, and a thousand other articles too numerous to mention. Do not forget to look at tbe celebrated B. A H. 360-CAND-E POWER LAMP. MEYBERG BROS. 138,140,142 S, MAIN ST. 7-4 6m m JOE POHEIM im\ THE TAILOR. ifIHH Has Just Received a Fine Line of the Latest Styles in If WOOL ENS ¥ Mra V For the Holiday Trade. 1 ARt! Elegant Lusiness Suitsmade BtlMffl t<> nrderlrom $20 to *36. 1 la_ rants made to order from K> I KMh Stv'lish Overr-oats made to or '*'-|WsW"*%' 'i«r from VXf tv $08. Samples of Cloth a-nd Bulm for Self-Measure* ment sent free to any address. 1-4-3 S. SPRING ST., BRY3ON-BONEBRAKE BLOCK, LOS ANGELES. Pants ft Suits TO ORDER /fM7\ TO ORDER ] $3.50 -aMAj 515.Q0 4.00 ti|££r I7.QQ 4.50 VlfP 19.55 500 fJW 21.00 5.50 ii 23.00 6.00 11 25.00 6.50 M \f 27.00 GABEL THE TAILOR 250 South Sprin_ Street. Carries the largest stock on the coast. this 18 mot ouk wat. t^k^o^S^ The careful aud proper adjustment;©! Frames is as important as the correct fitting of lenses. We make the scientific adjustment of Glasses and Frames our specialty, and guarantee a per fect fit. Testing of the eyes free Full stock of artificial eyes on hand. Glasses ground tb order on premises. 8. O. MARSHUTZ, Scientific Optician, 229 8. Spring street, Theater Building. ' Vail stock ot fine opera ylasses on band. 5