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NEWS FROM NEIGHBORING CITIES. A New Water Supply for El Modena and Villa Park. Monrovia Has an Ambitions Water- Power Scheme. A Heavy Wind at Santa Ann-Points from Sonth Pasadena —Redlands* Sewer System — Shipping and Local Notes from Redondo. Santa Ana, Dec. 30.—Four hard-look ing specimens of the hobo stamp of tramps had their photographs taken to day to decorate the rogue's gallery. The fellows are some of a gang of worthless fellows who have been banging around this city for some days. Santa Ana ie a rough place for the tramp element, for our police authorities will not permit them to loiter hereabouts, loafing. When the four men were brought into the pho tographer's they objected strongly to having their likenesses taken, but it was no use, and so they submitted vi ith scowling faces, which will not add to the beauty of the photograph. A HABD BLOW. A good old-time Santa Ana wind has been blowing all day, and commenced at midnight last night. It has been one of the severest winds of the season, and has no doubt done considerable damage to the orange crop in this section. These heavy winds, which invariably blow at this season of the year, should teach orange growers that it is absolutely necessary to have orange brakes to stop Old Boreas in his travels, and prevent him from ruthlessly shaking the oranges off of the \rees. Most of our orange growers, realizing the necessity, now have c ffective barriers against the wind, but not a few have not, and these are the oneß who Buffered by today's wind storm. MORE WATER. The fanners living in the vicinity of El Modena and Villa Park have long been in need of more water for irrigat ing purposes, and last week an import ant work was completed which will fur nish an adequate supply of water for all irrigating purposes. The main supply of water to irrigate this district must necessarily come from the Santiago creek, and co the stockholders of the El Modena and Villa Park Irrigation com pany have built at considerable expense a submerged dam across this waterway, which completely holds in check the waters, and gives a greatly increased supply for irrigating purposes. The enterprising farmers living in that fav ored part of Orange county can now plant more orchards, feeling safe in the assurance of an abundant supply of water. BREVITIES. A. H. Harlan is in San Bernardino. The concert to be given by the Berke ley students tomorrow night in Spur geon's hall promisee to be one of tbe finest musical treats of the season, and as the entertainment is given for the beneHa of the free public library, will no doubt be largely attended. In conse quence of the entertainment the library will not be open tomorrow evening. MisßMyrtaEdwards entertained a few friends delightfully at the home of her parents laet evening. County Cierk Wickham left today for Sacramento, where he will remain for a 'got (ilflVß J. A". Smiley and wife were made happy yeßterday by the arrival of a baby girl. The Santa Ana Gun club returned last night from a most successful quail hunt, having captured eight dozen of the gamy birds. At a meeting held Thurs day evening, Al Sanders of Los Angeles, a member of the club, was presented with a handsome gold locket. Prof. M. Manley iB erecting an ele gant residence on his property north of this city. A sacred concert will be given in G. A. R. hall, on Sunday night, by Leonard's orchestra. Rev. Mr. WiUita of Redlands will occupy the pulpit of the Congregational church on Sunday. W. Martin has returned from Ventura county, where he has been for several WfP rC 8 • Santa Ana will probably have an earlier train to Loa Angeles after Sun day next. It iB needed, as several etu dents formerly attending Loe Angeles schools are unable to do so under the present train service. MONROVIA. An Unusually Bnsy Winter—lmprove ments Everywhere. Monrovia, Dec. 30.—There iB but lit tle unimproved realty in tbe vicinity of Monrovia at present, all being taken up for hay and grain, which now makes a most inviting spectacle for the tourists. Unlike the past winters, our hotels are filled with guestß, our many vacant cottages cccupied by the health seeker, and there is more activity in realty. Monrovia is pushing forward at a rapid pace, and proves her healthfulness and progress by its people and their success. One notes with pleasure the orange products in this young city, less than seven years old, which has already fur nished fruit for over 11 cars, that being but half the crop, which is this season unusually large and heavy. On the C. O. Monroe ranch of four acres $3500 worth of navel oranges are sold, being this season's crop. Suppose our eastern friends are looking for investments, let tbem co to foothill lands and engage in citrus fruit culture. W. F. Marshall of Los Angeles was in the city Monday in company with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fawcett of Ohio, who are sojourning hereabouts. Mr. Mar shall boasts of abeautiful]three-year-old, five-acre orange ranch in this city which be refuses to sell for $4000. R. M. Baker, who recently removed frorr Los to !l>c J. I. Case Lease, th— auy, hns arranged plant 30 aoros to 'dives and 'M acre 0 , to W-jua this season. Monrovia w\>'. coon hr.veeleohic light* «n«t an abundant.- ' rt«>tr& n ■■■<•*>- to offer to .nnriafactui" i"*- The I °' 6Ct ,n Vie* ia to utili.ro tin? *,«-ter srppiy of ♦.ho city oefon it rep -rvoira, ari can be ,v ' Kiuon .•„«d bj'ti Sa« - ! timents . now lumtsber, In; . Lbmona, Outajio, San "Bernardino an'to'yner east ern foot :1 towns. ' »eral good propo rtions navrf been ir.r.JV by outside com *he city -incil and board of U«de, all/of which are taken under ad- V dpital may catch tbe jpareinaiftKm of ibis enterprise which is »--.; helming. . . evening last the Sierra .ie club captured the ad rati , . . the regard of the Monrovia a presentation of that thrill LOS ANGELES HEBALD; SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1892. ing drama, Among the Breakers, and without a doubt gave one of tbe best, if not tbe beet, dramatic performance ever given in this city. Without applying tbe standards that ought to be used in writing up such a performance, the affair can be said on the whole to be far better than the average amateurs at best, and in fact it rose to the level of a good pro fessional performance. The house was filled, leaving standing room at a pre mium. The entertainment waa in aid of the Episcopal missions of this city and Duarte, and a large sum was netted for each. Following is the cast of characters: David Hurray, keeper of Falrpolnt llabt Mr. W Stevenson, jr. Larry Devine, hia assistant.. .. Mr. W. B. Crisp Hon, Bruce- Hunter Mr. Willis M. Dixon Clarence Hunter, his ward.. Mr. Harry Steams Peter Paragraph, a newspaper reporter Hr. Handyside e cud, Hanter's colored servant Dr. Blocum Miss Minnie Daze, Hunter's ulece Miss Walford Bess Starbright, cast up by the waves Miss Blanche A yles Mother Cary, a reputed fortune teller ... . Mrs. F. C. Qresham Biddy Beau, an Irish girl Mrs. Crisp ♦ REDONDO. Steamer Arrival*—lhe Episcopal Church. No tea. Redondo Beach, Dee. 30.—The steamship Corona, Captain Hall, from the north, arrived at Redondo wharf at 2:10 yesterday morning, landing 94 tons of merchandise and 31 passengers for Redondo. This report should have appeared in yesterday's correspondence. She got away for the south at 6:30 a.m., yesterday, December 29tb. General Rosecrans was sprightly this morning and walked about the grounds of tbe hotel in a cheerful manner. Mr. R. Rosecrans, wife and children from Rosecrans, are|among the visitors to the general tbis morning. Undoubtedly these calls from tbe relatives and de scendants of the general will have a de cidedly beneficial effect upon his spirits and health. Mr. Brewer of Barnes & Brewer, ship pers of a large quantity of shooks, shingles and lath from Portland, re turned to Redondo today. The princi- Eal portion of their shipments have een forwarded to Los Angelea and up country places, but some seven or eight carloads of their consignments are stored in the big warehouse on Redondo wharf owned by Bracewell & Rosecrans, showing tbe usefulness of that construc tion. The Episcopal church of Redondo is rapidly approaching completion, and will probably be so far finished as to be dedicated on the time fixed, January Bth. The interior of tbe church is now being finished and decorated with all possible dispatch. Miss Budlong, the artist, has the duty of painting the oriel window. The front and large window will remain in statu quo, await ing some generous patron for its orna mentation. Arrivals at the Redondo: H. H. Howard, E. G. Judab, Los Angelee; Mr. and Mrs. R. Roeecrans and chil dren, Rosecrans; Frank H. Wicks, Youngstown, O.; Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Winslow, Boston, Mass. Arrivals at Ocean View house: .7as. E. Fair, Ira M. Franklin, Norfolk, Va.; H. H. Howard, Los Angeles; Miss Mary E. Lenbrust, San Francisco. SOUTH PASADENA. Delayed Christmas Festivities—Personals and Notes, South Pasadena, Dec. 30.—The town board of trustees ordered work stopped on tbe telephone line yesterday. New poles were being erected on the best etreets, wbicb was objected to on tbe grounds tbat they defaced tbem and were unsightly. It is also claimed tbe company have not as yet procured a franchise. Miss Cleveland, who recently pur chased the Rhinbart place, is making improvements in house and grounds preparatory to opening an orphans' borne. Saturday evening last the Methodists gave their Christmas tree entertainment, which waß well attended. Aa the little folks oi the church were co impatient, it was decided to give tbem their enter tainment Sunday evening, which was postponed from Saturday. Thursday evening Santa Claus made hia appearance at the Presbyterian church, and though tardy he waa highly appreciated. Thursday evening Key. U. Gregory and wife were visited by a eurpriae do nation party from their friends and neighbors, who returned to their homes well pleased with the affair. Miss Minnie Pike returned to Kansas Monday with the remains of her sister, Mrs. May Clark, who died here two weeks ago of consumption. Mrs. M. C. Graham entertained her relatives and a few friends at her home, in a delightful manner, Christmas Eve. Mies Hannah T. Pratt, evangelist, will conduct a series of meetings at the M. E. church, beginning Sunday, Jan uary Ist, continuing through the week. It is pleasing to Bee a start has been made by tbe way of improving the Btreets. REDLANDS. The Sewer Bygtem -Local Notes and Per sonal!. Redlands, Dec. 30.—The Terrace Villa guests make another of their pleasant excursions Monday. This time it is a picnic up Mill Creek cafion. Many of the party will go on horseback. Several friends have been invited to acßDmpany them. The sewer system, which remains in complete until some outfall arrange ments have been made, has been re ceiving tbe attention of the city trustees of late, and tonight a special meeting will be held to discuss the matter far ther. The city engineer will be on hand with maps, specifications and estimates. A. S. Taylor's offer to lease six acres of land on Texas street, at $100 a year, for a sewer farm, bas been accepted, and some 1200 feet of sewer will be laid to make tbe proposition available. Mies Mamie Macintosh entertained several friends on Wednesday evening last. The sermons at all the churches here jri Sunday morning next will be suited a the day. \ j.'L Unitarians are taking account of stotsk and ariitugicg to have their ser i vices Held at t a naval houri morning ! and evening! instead of in tie aftoi •< Colonel Norton ol the regular army win .' 8 )Udg competiwn drill, ' n r the Shaw mecta's, tonight. The Lv.- i I nsisi of Colonel Burton, TJ. S. A.; Capi...... , :»,. i" Ninth Regiment; and Captain Welch. Co. F, Ninth Regiment, N. G. C. The guards held a jinks last night where music, pipes, popcorn and fun were enjoyed all among themselves. Lost. Once lost, it is difficult to restore the hair. Therefore 1 s warned in time, lest yon become r aid. Skookum root hair grower stops i lling hair. Sold by druggists. POMONA. Soelal Oosalp and Local Happenings. Broke His Leg. Pomona, Dec. 30.—Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Trotter were the recipients of a surprise party at their home laet evening at the hands of tbe following named persons: Mr. and Mrs. C. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Youngs, Mr. and Mrs. Raines, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blockley, Miss Dora Blockley, Mr. and Mrs. Sharp, Misses Anna and Mary Debrunner, Miss Carney, Mr. and Mrs. Chappin, Mrs. Clayberg, Mrs. Theo. Ruth and son and Mr. and Mrs. Savage. The evening was very pleasantly spent. The Band of Hope had its Christmas tree exercises up in McComas' hall yes terday afternoon, and tbe children seemed decidedly happy. The Sunday school of St. Paul's Epis copal church celebrated Innocents' day with a Christmas tree and exer cises at the guild room, Roth block Wednesday night. Ahorse of the San Jose market ran away today, injuring himself to such an extent tbat it was thought best to shoot him and end his Buffering. Mr. H. B. Weeterman is upon tbe streets again, after a severe illness. Mr. and Mrs. fiurkbart are rejoicing over a girl baby; weight, 9 pounds. Master Frank Eells, youngest son of G. N. Eells, had tbe misfortune to break his leg today. He was in a swing and put bis foot down to stop himself, snap ping tbe bone in doing so. Misses Jessie and Mattie Coates are visiting in Los Angeles. Mrs. Fitzpatrick of Redlands is visit ing with Mrs. Charles Clark for a short time. A pleasant surprise party was ten dered Miss Ora Eade at her parents' home, West Second street, last evening. An enjoyable time was had by all the young people present. BUENA PARK. An Interesting Course or Lectures -Hol iday Births and Personals. Buena Park, Dec. 30.—Rev. D. D. Hill of Pasadena delivered the second lecture of the course given in the Con gregational church. Subject: The Ir repressible Boy. It was highly enter taining and instructive. The next lec ture will be given January 25th by E. E. P. Abbott of Sierra Madre, on Our Na tion aa It Is. Friday morning, December 23d, a daughter was born to the wife of J. Hany Wbitaker; Monday, December 26th, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn were made happy by the advent of a eon. The Pomona Glee club will give a con cert at the Congregational church Janu ary 2d. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Whitaker of San Bernardino, F. A. Whitaker of Los An geles and Master John Yerby were at Mr. A. W. Whittaker's for Christmas. A Santa Ana wind ia blowing a gale here today, betokening more rain. F. D. Smith left Tueeday for San Fran cibco to fill a poeition as salesman for a drug louse: be was formerly connecttd with J. D. Murray aB manager of t) c Pacific Condensed Milk and Coffee factory. THE ELUSIVE KID. De Ie Credited with Having- Successfully Changed Hie Course. From present indications it ia highly probable that Kid, the renegade, will again elude his pursuers. A dispatch received at headquarters yeeterday con tained tbe information tbat the crafty fellow had changed his course, and it was likely that he wonld gain the mountain fastness before the troops could overhaul him. However, he is hard pressed on all sides, and be may yet be taken, though at present the prospecta of his capture are not as bright aa they were a few days ago. A PERSONAL ENCOUNTER. Henry K. Biewend and F. J. Crocker Have an Altercation. Henry E. Biewend, proprietor of the Winthrop lodging house on South Spring street, waa yesterday afternoon assaulted in the doorway of his own house by one F. I. Crocker. Biewend states that Crocker struck bim in the face several times and then attempted to bite off one of his fingers. Biewend swore out a complaint in Justice Owens' court, charging Crocker with assault wfth attempt, lo commit mayhem. The trouble appears to lie the out growth of the divorce case of Biewend against Biewend, now in the superior gourt. THE POLICE COURT. Minor Cases Which Were Considered and Settled Yesterday. In the police court yesterday Charles Sherman was sentenced to 100 days im prisonment for indecent exposure of his person. Isaac King was fined $5 far disturbing the peace. Constantin Vielle was fined $20, or 20 days imprisonment, on a charge of car rying concealed weapons. Creation of a perfect Complexion, The favorite French Cosmetic. Appel'S Complexion Craam Eradi cates Wrinkles, and gives to the Skin the Texture oi youth. Appel'S Skin Bleach, Eradicates all blemishes, anddiscolorationsof the skin such as Tan, Sunburn, Freckles, Swarthy aud greasy appearance Of the face. Appel's Oriental Powder >« Flesh, White, Pink and Cream shades, gives to the face a beautiful clear and transparent ap pearance. 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Amongst others who contributed to the enjoyment of the occasion was Mugge Hughes, a very accomplished and intelligent dog, who sang a solo in his native tongue in a manner that reflected credit upon himself and upon his teach er, and which at once established bim as a favorite with his audience. He aleo received a present on the tree, which he ran to get with as much apparent de light and enjoyment as any of the chil dren evinced. At tbe close of the lit erary exercises Santa Claua made his appearance, to the great delight of the little ones. Skookum Root Brows 4§Si?) Stops Bald sffflill kUkci Heads JsKiist The A™ jfilpfHk, S<>lJ Coutafojt Grow? ."•ulphm. 1> Not Purely / Pf,W \ m\.4 Vegetable ' ; W(4tlll 11 Delicate Compound. j W'Sjuß ''\\ Fabric. Dandruff. Natures Soothes. I, ■ifiHf'h! '.\ o»u Cools ■''ilrT'P Bl Rtßedi And ' T « 1 « For Stops (Trade Mark Registered.) all All Scalp ltchlug T T A I T™\ Humors. ?L HAIR v - Scalp. l-'rom fe-- &BOWEH 3 Dressing. Substances. 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Office hours from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m , and from 0 to 8; Sundays from 10 to 12. Instrumental treatment of strictures and all kinds of surgical work done by competent sur geons. Painless Dentistry "J" G ° ld FilUng • JttsA ffrfjyk 6*T TitETH, $8.00. & Sons, WAGON MATERIAL, HAKD WOODS, IRON, STEEL. Horseshoes and Nails, Blacksmith's Coal, Tools, Etc. JOHN WIGMORE, 117, 119 and 121 South Los Angeles Btreet POPLE & WARDEN, * * Printers *♦ * 109 East Second St., Los Angeles, Cal. Wedding stationeiy, ball programs, society cards and high-grade printing ol every descrip tion. Write for samples and estlmates.ll-1 6m 4fPJ»V LOVELY! SMfltflaSfc fcOKT and GLOSSY llfl 11 Are only acquired by using ■HKPKfP FOKU'D CTRLISO HMD, BTHwffßrffiyf*- Guaranteed to give the beat \ wßt9fir£&k * i SHtlafaction of any article t ln the mftrltct ' Perfectly *H El , se rl rj, n co| TRADE MARK. Los Angelea. Ca] Notice for Publication of Time for Proving: Will, Etc. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF California, county of Los Angelea, ss. In the matter of tne estate of Kate A. Smith, deceased. Notice ls hereby given that Tuesday, the 3d day of January, 1893, at 10 o'clock a.m. of said day, at the courtroom of this court, department two thereof, In the city ot Los Angeles, county of Los Angeles, and state of California, has been appointed as the time and place ior hearing the application oi Ira O. Bmlta, praying that a document now on file in this court, purporting to be tbe last will and testament of tbe said de ceased, be admitted to probate, and that letters of administration with the will annexed be Issued thereon to the said Ira O. cta-Ith, it which time and place all persons in *< sied therein may appear and contest the sa D >d December 19,1892. T. H. WARD, .JUI. and ex-officio clerk of said court. ': V L. vbbkn, Deputy. !•.'..-■ ner, attorneys for estate. 12-2012t 11l w uhihg m 111? Jfron are we invite yon to call apon or addre.. onr Special los f 1^ 0 ; 2 /® BOUTH BPRING BTREET LOS ANGELES and obtain inlorra.tlon, which i. aU*lM*t* oorreet and reliable, regarding the colony land, that We are selling to Homeseekers or Improvers direct—No Middlemen. The land i, in the fertile Kern Valley, netri»ain line of rail road, under the lar.eet irrigation ey.tem tn America- Is adapted to general farming stock raising, and the successful 'pro duction of all denduous and many semi-tropical fruit, - n( t«. 01. fered IN TRACTS TO 80IT, WITH \v^ErL Prices, $60 to $100 Per Acre. Terms-K caah, balance in 3,4 and 6 years, at 7 percent payable annually. " ' Kern County Land Company, S. W. FERGUSSON, Agent, Bakersfleld, Cal. *^^ M^^!kA n .t ) 229 South Spring St., SCOTT & WHITTAKER, ( T Los An K ele » Theater Bldg-, Local Representativea. ) LOS Angeles, - - Cal. The staff of the Lleblg World Dlsi nary are tho 01115 surgeons lv Los Angelee 1. rformlug S^^^^MfZ/Mr' the latoHt operation* required lor a radical cure tulaand' 8 ' H * drocole ' Varicocele, Piles, Jig. rhroat and Lungs, lls'eapetol ■^^^PW >; " J <llto * sft " "' woulon kud children. _ APPHanies ior Rnnture, Curvature of the 1 MtSI 5 * 5 Spine, Clun Foot, and ail deformities, maun- ' >h, f&ctured by our own Instrument maker. I liriT Nervous Debility, Sexual Weakness, Loss of Power, Sleet, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis. MUM Spermatorrhoea and all unnatural discharges of either sex treated with unfwU. 11l T IN ln « sno , c e»'- Confidential book and bottle ot Oermsn Invigorator given freeto IT 11—11 prove its merit; sure cure tor Bpeclal private and nervous troubles. All our pby icians constantly in Address T\n I irnif* » fin 12S H wira bt attendance from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.! (In confidence) UK. LitDlU 4 GO., LOS AMGKLBsT HIGHLY IMPROVED PAYING FII FOR SALE; Containing 62 acres of land, all in high state of cultivation; cottage house, hard-finished, of seven rooms, bath and kitchen, together with small cottage of three rooms for laborers; about four acres in bearing i Washington Navels; 5 acres English Walnuts; 6 acres Winter Ap flee; two artesian wells; about 3000 feet service pipe and hydrants, irst-class corn, alfalfa and orange land; all fenced and cross-fenced. Apply at once to JOHN DOLLAND, | Men 115 South Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. Fred. A. Salisbury . POD, COAL, MUMLHAI CHARCOAL AND THE CELEBRATED WELLINGTON COAL. No. 345 South Spring Street. Tel. 226. H. W. HEINSCH, HARNESS, SADDLERY, j TURF GOODS HAS REMOVED TO NO. 330 SOUTH SPRING ST. 11-29 lja A. B. GREENEWALD'Ss OOR. FIRST AND BPRINO STS., Is the place to buy your Xmas presents in Cigars, Cigarholders, Pipes, Etc. He carries the largest line in Imported, Koy West and domestic cigars, and an extra fin stock of holiday goods to select from. Inspect our elegant line of goods before purchasing else where. Prices reasonable. * riTn atO signs i signsi I I % I MB. WM. MKRGKLL, late of Omaha, Neb., ■ ■ ■ «l is now located with OIVJI 1 O 6. STROMEE, rot rapid work, low prices and modern styles, a share of your patronago ls solicited. Card Signs, Muslin Signs. Wire Signs, Brass Signs, Signs of c very description. Political work done at short notice at reasonable rates. CHRISTOPHER'S, CATERER, 241 ANDIES, ONFECTIONERY, Ice ( I OLD DRINKS. * , I Telephone- Christmas ffi C. H. BUSH. 318 N OX> \ s. f X2i and 133 North Spring Street, Cc WATCHMAKER ANI Watches, Clocks and Jewelry oaref ully repai I Fine Diamoi a Setting a specialty. '