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Weather Bureau.
Report of observations taken at Los An- elcs,
Movemher 25,1892.
I am.
Max. tern., 02; mm. tern., 41.
Forecast for Southern California: Fair,
except local rales in the western and southern
portions: south to west winds; Nightly cooler,
except stationary temperature in the extreme
southwest portion.
The annual meeting of tho Ramabai
circle haa been postponed until spring.
Fred Freeman waa locked up in the
central police station last evening on
A copy of the report of the board of
fiah commiasioners for the years 1891
and 1892 haa been received. It is a
moEt interesting document.
There are undelivered telegrams at
tbe Western Union Telegraph com
pany's office, corner Court and Main
Btreet, November 25th, for J. W. Stailey,
Lena Stich.
Tho remains of "Black John," the
mysterious suicide, will be diesected at
the medical college, by the faculty, on
next Monday. No one has yet positively
identified the man.
Through the courtesy of Miss J. A.
Williams, milliner, who is about to open
a first-class establishment at 124 South
Spring* street, John W. Hall will con
tinue his great celling out sale for live
days more at above address.
Last evening the LO3 Anpelea Loyal
Temperance Legion celebrate 1 ita tenth
anniversary at the First, M. E. church.
Broadway, between Third and Fourth
streets. Mrs. Lucy 8. Blanchard organ
ized this society in 18S2.
The second annual meeting of the life
and active membtrs of the Historical
Society of Southern California will be
bald at. the city court room, on West Sec- I
ond street, on Monday, the sth of Decern- t
ber, 1892, at 7:30 p. m., for the election
of seven directors to serve during the
eneuing year.
John W. Hall's great selling out sale
at 124 South Spring street will continue
only a few days more, so take the op- j
portunity of obtaining ttie greatest bar- 1
gains ever orfered in hats and men's
furnishing goods.
Those who failed to get on the great
register in time for the county election
can get their names in the supplement
up to Monday or Tuesday. The copy
goes to the printer on Wednesday.
Quite a number are availing theaiptlves
of the chance to get in their votes for
the city election.
Arthur Bray, county recorder-elect,
has taken time by the forelock. Al
though he does not enter upon his new
office until the first Monday in January,
he has completed hia official bond, hia
sureties being George H. Bonebrake for
J20.000 and J. M. Elliott for $20,000.
The bond haa not yet been filed.
While Frank Brown and a feilow-prie
oner in the county jail were having a
friendly catch-as-catch-can wrestling
match in tho couuty jail yeaterday
morning, Brown fell upon the stone
floor, and in the fall his left shoulder
was dislocated. Dr. Post waa summoned
and attended the wounded man.
While passing along First street, near
Main, early last, evening, Jack Merrill,
aged about 17 years, snatched a pair of
pantaloons from a hook in front of a
utt re. He ran, and several oi the clerks
joined in the foot race. He was over
hauled and taken to the central police
station, where he waa charged with
petit larceny.
Coroner Weldon yesterday held an
inquest on Ah Sin, who died suddenly
while undressed and iv the roomof Sara
Leda, who kecp9 a brothel on Ferguson
alley, bordering on Chinatown. The
verdio* was death from heart disease.
The Chinaman waa buried yesterday
afternoon. The woman was released
from tbe city jail yesterday.
Eliae Longley, of the Short
hand institute of this city, was recently
appointed a member of the advisory
committee of tho World's Fair Stenog
raphers' association. Mr. Longley ia
one of the pioneer reportera and teach
ers of phonography in thia country and
is today the oldest living reporter who
still practices his profession.
A drunken Yuma brave was arrested j
in the Basket saloon, on Alameda, near j
Aliso street, yesterday afternoon by
Constable L. I). Rogers and placed in
the county jail. The Indian had im- j
bibed too' much fire-water and was
brandishing a knife aud pistol and
threatening to kill all of the pale faces
in sight, when he was taken to the
county wigwam.
A public meeting of the taxpayers of
this city is hereby called for this evening
at Armory ball, corner Sixth and Broad
way, at 8 o'clock, for tbe purpose of dis
cussing the advisability of amending i
the city charter, and obtaining other
legislation with a view of consolidating
such of the city and county offices as
may admit of the same; of reorganizing !
the city fire and police departments J
permanently, and of cutting down city
expenses and otherwise lessening public
expenditures and tbe consideration of i
such other matters as will benefit the
taxpayers of the city.
The executive committee and the Pa
cific Gospel union having in charge the i
free Tbanke-giving dinner on November I
24th published a card tendering their I
sincere thanks to the members of the !
various sub-committees, the solicitors, j
the senior and junior Christian En- j
deavor societies, the hotels, restaurants,
bakers, transfer andornnibuecompaniee,
stable and cabmen, ttie Electric Light
company, the press, tbe police, the
Delano Guitar and Banjo club, express
men, waiters, dishwashers, helpers, and
the host of sympathetic contributors of
food, money, etc., in Los Angeies and
Burrounding places.
If you want first-class meals at popu
lar prices, and eastern oysters any style,
50c a dozen, go to the Hollenbeck hotel
cafti, 210 W. Second etreet.
Reliable life insurance at half the
ÜBual rates. Mutual Reserve Fund Life
association, New York. One of the
Strongest and most popular companies
in the world. Investigate aud be con
vinced. F.J. Cressey, mauagei, room
6, No. 120 South Spring street, Lob An
Very Important.
It will pay you to visit Korn & Kan
trowitz, the new tailoring palace. Fit
and workmanship guaranteed. Prices
reasonable, 214 South Broadway.
E. D. List, notary public. Legal pop?rs core
fully drawn. 127 West second. Telephone 105.
Charley Kuhl
Wants to fee all his old friends at tho 0. K. la
loon, 240 ti. Main st.
Doan A Zeigler, tbe well-known horseshoers,
have remeved from 310 Noun Lcs Angeles
street to 008 North Main street. Old patrons
and as manynewones as possible are requested
to call.
Wall paper. 237 8. Bprtng. Samples sent.
One fare for the round trip to all
points on the Southern California rail
way (Santa Fe route) Sunday.
Texas bulk oysters; 146 S. Main st.
Dr. Pepper, S. Spring atreet.
See Kan-Koo adv. today on flret page.
Dr. Lindley, 331 K South Spring street.
Still greater barsa'ne in hats and
men's furnishing goods today, at John
W. Hall's, No. 124 South Spring etreet.
See Schumacher photo ad. First page.
Bi-chloride of gold cure, Santa Fe
Insure with A. C. Golsh, 147 Bouth
Indian feather baskets, Campbell's.
See adv.
Half rates on the Southern Pacific to
morrow to all local pointa from Loa An
50c. r.nd 75c. silk, and ladies' dreasing
jackets. See Kaukoo'a ad.
King up telephone 44. Your goods
will be promptly delivered.
Dr. McSwegan moved to 223 S. Mftlo
street, opposite the cathedral.
R. G. Cunningham, dentist, rooma 1
and 2, Phillips block, N. Sorine street.
Your choice of 50 and 75 cent, neck
wear for 25 centa at John \V. Hall's sell
ing out sale, No. 124 South Spring.
Dr. Hughes, former Resident Surgeon
to the New York Hospital of New York
City. Office 175 North Spring street;
tel. 73.
Dr. Tudor, dentist, removed to Hotel
I Ramona, Third and Spring ets. Crown
j and bridge work.
All Dunlap, Knox and You man style
hats now going for $2 50 each at John
IW. Hail'a, No. 124 South Spring street.
To the tourists: Take a trip over the
kite shaped track Sunday. Only one
i fare for the round trip via the Southern
! California railway (Santa Fe route).
Mountains, meadows, orehatda and
j rarchos are passed by the panoramic
1 traine.
The famous family hotel.the Hotel Fig
ueroa, corner ot Sixteenth and Fifrueroa
j streets, has been leased by Mr. H. S.
I Kenvon and will bo opened to the pub
lic December Ist.
i San Diego for one fare tho round trip,
I good for tea (10) days. Tickets on sale
the 25th and 26th. Don't fail to go.
The Southern California railway, (Santa
Fe route).
Try our Sonoma Zinfandel wine at 50
cents per gallon. T. Vnche & Co., cor.
Commercial and Alameda sts. Tel. 309.
Tbe Windermere, on Ocean avenue,
Santa Monica, is a pleasant winter re
sort, beautifully situated overlooking
the Pacific ocean.
Go to John W. Hall's, No. 124 South
Spring, and buy hats, winter under
wear, hosiery, neckwear, gloves, etc.,
etc., atone-half their actual value.
Still moving onward. The mammoth
wharf at Santa Monica is now out 2750
feet. The best lishing on the southern
coast off this wharf. Southern Pacific
Sunday trains run to the end of wharf.
Round trip, 50 cents.
Cases Which Were in the Police Court
Several Thanksgiving drunks ap
peared in the police court yeeterday and
were fined from $2 to f5 each.
William Bossier waa assessed $5, and
Maud Cameron was chaiged $10 for
their Thanksgiving drunk.
Francisco Almont, who disturbed the
peace of the employes in Kahn'e store,
near Commercial street, was fined $15 or
15 days.
John Meneecr, charged with being
druuk and attempting to raise a tight in
Chinatown, will be sentenced today.
Walter Dalton, who recently made
two attempts to commit suicide, was ar
raigned on the charge of drunkenness.
He stated to the court tbat
he had been iv "hard luck,"
and could not find any work. He
said that the braid of lady's hair that
was found in bis possession was given
to him by a lady mend, and he intended
to make a watch charm with it. He
will be sentenced today.
Philip Foley was charged with bat
tery on Ed Auderson. It seems that
the two were in a chop house on South
.Main, near First street, and alter some
worla, went into the street, when Foley
knocked Anderson down and jumped
upon him with both feet and kicked
him, Foley will be sentenced today.
A search wairant was issued from
Justice Austin's court yesterday against
Blondine Duchunez. The woman was
employed in a lodging house on Main
street, end was charged with taking
Borne trifling articles from the landlady.
Detective Bosqui found in the woman's
possession a piece of chenille embroi
dery, one table cover, and four finger
How Hon. Tom In Julimon Kan In Gar-
Hold's Old District.
Hon. Tom L. Johnson, congressman
re-elect from Cleveland, 0., has prob
ably beaten tbe record this year as a
vote-winner in his district, which had
been reconstructed with the design of
making his defeat certain. He made
his race distinctly es a free trader in
President Garfield's old district, with
2000 Republican majority to overcome.
The appended letter, acknowledging a
telegram of congratulation, tells the
House of Representatives, *
Washington, D. C, jSov. 17, 1892 )'
Wm. P. Creighton, esq., I.os Anprcsles, Cal :
My Dbab Sik—Thanks for your very
kind telegram of the Othinst. I was
delighted with the news you gave me
from California. The radical wing of
the Democratic patty has great cause
for rejoicing over the result oi this elec
; tior., as they are certainly on top. I
j made a red hot, ar/gressive fight in my
district, with the result of changing it
j from 2000 Republican to 3219 Demo
' cratiic, a gain of more than 50U0, Truly
yours, Tom. L. Johnson.
Farmers come fifteen miles to my
store to get Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. Many of them, like myself, are
never without it in their homes. It
cured my boy ol a severe attack of croup
aud, I believe, save i his life —K. Dalton,
Lurtty, Rursell county, Kansas. This
remedy is a certain cure for croup nnd,
if used as soon as tho first symptoms ap
pear, will pteveiit the attack, For Bale
by 0. F. lleinzfiuan,druggiHt, 222 North
Main street.
Drink Pabst Blue Ribbon beer. Ger
main Fruit company, sole agents. Be
ware of imitations.
Dr. C. Edgar Smith, rupture, female,
rectal diseases. Seventh and Main
streets. Telephone 1031.
Send a couple of cases of California
wince to your eastern f riemdo. Germain
Fruit company.
You should use
Because: It is not only free from Lime and Alum,
but also from Ammonia and Tartaric Acid.
Because: The materials used are the best that
science can produce and arc beyond question perfectly
Because: All the ingredients are plainly
printed on every label; information which other
manufacturers are afraid to give.
Cleveland Baking Powder Co.,
Du. C. N. Hoagland. President. New York-
Proceedings Yesterday of tho Board of
The board of directors of the chamber
of commerce met yesterday afternoon.
Directors Freeman,McGarvin, Francisco,
Edwards, Jevne and Breed were prea
ent. Second Vice-President Freeman
occupied the chair.
After the transaction of routine busi
ness, a communication was read from
Henry W. Ktuckeberg, secretary of the
Farmers' institute, enclosing some reso
lutions passed by the institute endors
ing the chambers' action in endeavoring
to secure a reform in the delinquent tax
laws of the state.
A communication was read from Al
bert A. .Tope, urging the chamber to
take action in the matter of petitioning
the United States government to estab
lish a department of instruction in
road building in the agricultural depart
ment. The president and secretary
were authorizad to sign the petition fur
the chamber.
Some members of the company or
ganized to manufacture glass sent in a
letter asking the chamber to endorse
their request now before the council for
tho gift of some land near the junction
of the river and the Arroyo Seco for the
construction of the factory. The matter
was referred to the committee on manu
factures, W. E. Hughes, chairman.
The Science association asked the
board to asßist in the effort to obtain tbe
location of one of tbe branch observa
tories in this vicinity to be established
by the new Chicago university, The
secretary waa instructed to draft suitable
A communication was read from W.
W. Hitchcock, president of the Los An
geles Medical association, aeking for the
use of the hall of the chamber for the
meetings of the association. It was de
cided to allow the use of the rooms at
$2 50 per night for all nights except
when the chamber might have occasion
to meet in the room, and it was moved
and carried as the sense of the board
tbat more of the physicians of this city
and county 6hould become members ol
the chamber.
The question of setting the date for
the annual meeting for the nomination
of officers was discussed, and it was de
ciJed to take no action in the matter
until the nest meeting erf the board.
The matter of a joint meeting be
tween the chamber of commerce and
the newly elected members of the legis
lature trom this county svaa also dis
cussed, and it was decided to have said
meeting for the nomination of officers
for the ensuing year.
Tbe board then adjourned. '
The regular meeting of the Los Ange
les county world's fair committee waa
held in tbe chamber of commerce room 3
yesterday, with the following meml)era
present: Forrester, Lukena, Stein, Toal,
Klokke and Wiggins.
The committee on art and literature
read a communication from Mr. Thorn pi
son. secretary of trie state commission,
wherein he stated that a space iv the
north wall of the state building 18x99
feet could be very appropriately rilled
with three paintings, representing re
spectively Northern, Middle and South
ern California. The committee, how
ever, thought the matter should be re
ferred to the Southern Calilornia asso
ciation at its next meeting.
Mr. Masters, president of the board of
trade of Pasadena, being present, pre
sented a suggestion to the effect that
the paititiug be made from Knob hill,
just south and east of Pasadena. A
committee consisting of Messrs. Stein,
Lukens and Klokke was appointed to
look over the ground and have views
taken of the same and submit them to
the Southern California world's fair com
mittee at its next meeting, with recom
The couuly education exhibit was next
reported upon by the art and literature
committee. Mr. Hill of Pasadena, who
had some experience in preparing such
features for the centennial, appeared be
fore the committee and stated that'
County Superintendent Seamaus had
conferred with him in reference to pre
paring a photograph exhibit, represent
ing 100 of tbe most prominent school
Louses within the county, and as he
understood space for such an exhibit
would be limited he suggested an up
right revolving album, wherein sixlurge
photos could be Bhown on each leaf. Mr.
Hill think" the expense of prepariug this
exhibit will be about $700.
Committee on citrus fruits and fruit
trees repotted trees and plants in prom
ising condition. Iv matter o£ citrus
fruits they had succeeded in obtaining
pledges of 300 boxes of oranges and 10
boxes of lemons from three districts
within the county, and present pros
pects of the amount being increased to
DUO boxes. Pomona intimates that she
will, for the opening, May Ist, duplicate
her citrus fair table exhibit, occupying
10s 40 feet within the department build
ing. This will take about 100 boxes,
Mr. Roberts of Riverside being present,
said they would be on band with a
grand exhibit in this lice.
The matter of collecting this fruit was
discussed, and upon motion it was de
cided to establish packing depots at
Pomona, Paeadena and Los Angeles.
The committee on canned and dried
fruits reported that they were having
350 pounds raisins packed in artistic
style, and 300 pounds dried fruits pot
up in regulation boxeß by an experi
enced packer.
The committee on wines, honey, etc.,
reported securing throe additional ex
hibits of wine, and 100 pounds extracted
aud 30 pounds comb honey.
The committee on mines and mining
reported favorably to taming our min
eral exhibit ovtr to the state depart
Committee on display exhibited a
plan for the walnut tower winch has
previously been submitted to Chief
Samuels of the horticultural depart
ment and by him assigned one of the
most prominent places in the gallery of
ttie north pavilior, where every one
coming up stairs ft m either side must
see it; and it will also be in full view,
through the oper. space, from the floor
Mr. Klokke informed the committee
that, the San Jotiquin Hunting club
would make an exhibit of California
same birds, mounted by Count Van
Smidt and displayed in a handsome
After communications from both state
commission and the departments were
read the committee adjourned, to meet
December 30, 1802.
Soma Indications of Another Bitter In
surance Fight.
From the San Francisco papers it
would seem that all iB not serene in tbe
insurance world, owing to certain
t.tnendments to the Pacific Insurance
Union's constitution, a rate war, which
would he a boon to the insurance public,
is apt to be precipitated.
The amendments which do not meet
with the approval of some of the mem
bers of the union are those limiting
credit on insurance premiums to 30 days,
virtually barring out credit business;
also the discontinuance of all salaried
This is the third threatened attack of
paralysis experienced by the Pacific In
surance union, the last attack being in
February, 1890, when the union passed
I amendments to ita constitution ordering
all companies to discontinue their staff
of salaried agents.
The New Zealand company refused to
submit, aud retained ita employes, aud
a rate war ensued in Oakland.
The United States mauager for the
company in San Francisco, Mr. Hugh
Craig, claims that the Pacific Insurance
union has no right to interfere with his
system of business. The rules before
the recent amendments suited him very
well, as it permitted him to pay salaries
and establish branch managements in
all of the larger cities.
Mr. Chas. A. Laton, who is chairman
of the executive committee of the Pacific
j Insurance Union, s:\ys tbat he does not
1 believe that. Mr. Craig will withdraw,
; as his company is one of the stauncheet
j companies in the union, aud lives up to
the strict letter of the law.
Mr. Frank E. Walsh, the local man
ager of the company for Southern Cal
ifornia, was seen by a representative of
the Hebald, and while acknowledging
that there was some friction among tbe
underwriters, did not desire to make
any authoritative statement, more than
to say that his company would not give
up the victory won in 1890 on tbe ques
tion of salaried officers. The insuring
public and local agents will watch de
velopments with much interest for the
next few days.
Falling Untr
Produces baldness. It is cheaper to buy
a bottle of ekookum root hairgiower
than a wig; besides, wearing your own
heir is more convenient. All druggists.
Amateur Baseball.
The Young Heralds defeated the
Young Los Angeles by the score of Hi to
15. Batteries: Homey and Henry M.;
Louis VV. and Paul.
The West Vernon Baseball club de
feated the East. Vernon Baseball club by
the score of 23 to 2 on Thanksgiving
An interesting game of base ball was
played between the Monrovia and Du
arte teams on Thanksgiving day, at
Monrovia, where an enthusiastic crowd
gathered to see the contest. The very
best material was booked for this game,
and the large crowd accompanying the
Duarte favorites were content with their
defeat, their team having registered less
errors and more brilliant plays than
their combatants. Tbe score was Mon
rovia 11. Dnarte 8
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