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ST. JOHfst'B tSIURCM (EPISCOPAL). COR.
Adams and Figueroa sireels. i elebrallon
of (he Holy Kuehsrlsi at 8 a. in.; morning
service a«MI sermon si It: Sunday school at B;
full choral evensong and sermon nt 7 :,'H) p. m.
Cliurehnien vlsiilng Im Anpii'" en' cordially
Invited t<i SL John's. Seal, free; vested ehuir.
TakeUrand avenue cable to Adsnis street and
walk 1 blook west. Her. 11. VV. R. Tayler,
BE IST CHURCH, EPISCOPAL CORNER
Flower and Pico streets; Alfred S. Clark,
rcclor; rcaldence, I5I(( Souih Flowor street,
Hands; services, ila. in and 7:30 p. in. Holy
communion first and ihlril Sundays of the
mouth. Snnda) sehiail 11:45 a. hi. Seats
fro*. Strangers are cordlalh Juvlled (o all
services. Electric car* to Plci Inighls or Unl
vcrstly station pass (be ehun .
or PAUL'SThuhciiTTilTx iesi 7TPt\\Ten
0 Fillh and Six lb sts,Rev. Geo. Fral ' I In Hug
bi c, Rector Morning prayer ill II a. BL;
orcning prayer al 7 :30 p. tn . Sntelay school st
0:45 a. m.; nolv eoiiimiiiiton, first Sunday In
each month at li v. m., first ami thin) Sun
days at 7 a. in.; morning fraysr on sainis'
days at 11 a. m.
"irAISST CONGREGATIONAL ( Hl'ttTll COR
jT u«r Stsdi ami Hill sireels. ihe pastor,
Robt. G. Hun bins will preach at 11 a. tn
and 7:80 p. m. Morning topic; Nut to Be
Mlnlsrvred Unto, but to Minister. Evening
lopic: A BurningQusiUen. Morning service,
an lintlr and cvculug ssrvlCS, OAC
L. STROUD EDIToIi iii I I -|~
VT bla. an able inonthlv Journal he lllble
Mdenta. pahllshed at Oakland, Cal., will
Id-each at Union It-ague hall, 110 West First
ctn-et, at 11 s. m. and 7 :3d p. m. todny. If you
love Bible truth some and hear him. Seals
free and all are web onu .
ijMRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, CORNER
' Heoond and Hroadway Preaching, II a. m.
MM 7 ;3l> p. lv by paslor. Sunday icnool, 1' 80
a. ni. Young People's loetel) Christian En
deavor, fi:2o p. m. Prayer inerliug dally al
noon anil Thursday 7:45 p.m. Stranger* cor
T~~ HE PKOF'I.I.'S CHttßl It ILLINOIS HALL,
sasftset MKUiaad Breadway, Rev dr. Esy
will BMaah al 11 o'Woi k a. in. Rev. J. Bf.
Philliat will preach nt 7:45 p.m. Subject:
The Things That Are Being Mn.le New. A cor
dial ns'linitis lo everybody.
jMhTURcn OF THE NEW iXrLA—
V Mnlll si. Contercnee lueetlng and IoVC
least nt 10:3(»n BY Rev. W. »'. BewBUHl will
hl>eak In the evening on Civil Government and
the Chinese question. All are liivilud. Seals
Vil'lßrn-ALISM -PROF. I/)('K WOOD SPi; A KS
at Foresters' Hall, io7'» N. Main street, at
7:30: Subject: Splrllunllsin and Politics, or
the Religion of CHtr.eiiHhtli. Tests by Mi..
Baldrblge. Good viiush-. Adinlsslon LOccat*;
/ ,ilUi(( H o*l THE DNrfY' CORNER HILL
X' and Third »t». sasrvtufil Sunday st 11 a, m.
Snbbatli sohool at !l:.;i» ti. in. snbjeei Sunitay
mornfng: The Atufd'.-i Apia-aranee (o lla'
laam's Ass. Thdretvill be noceenlng services.
OPIRITUAI.rSM KXi'I'LI'ATI D, Vr"GRAND
k> opeiii hall. Dr. Dean Olat-I.e will Ipibl a
medium's meeting at 2:30 p. tn., and At 7:30
lecture on Three bail lesinfiptrrmnllsm Etnud,
Eanallclsin and "Free Liiw." Adintsslqn 10:-.
rpi lEOSO PHIC A I~SO< : l I- t"fR EE PUBLIC
1 leelnres every BundaV it 7;4,"i pill., Law
renccHftll, 525 v.. Fifth *wSct. Bubtoct tu
ulglit,GrvMitest(ilijei-Uons lo Reiiit-arußtlvin, by
K. B. ilemlvo, esq., ol Sviii Ftani l*uo,
IMMANUKL I'ltV.sltVVl Hi \N CHI'RCH,
corner Tenth ami Pearl streets. The pastor,
Rev. Dr. Chichester will preach ol li n.m.
fc It/i V :." " '"' 1"' - V ' ei>me.
UNTER's" TEXAS TAMaLKsCan~HE oli
tslned at Hie lollnwlng plsees; Spring
and Secohd, First and spring, Junction Temple
and Spring, front of Gi-i niauin saloon, Man st-
Onr sign Indicates our address, tils Hellevue
avenue. Don't las imposed upon by Imtinior.s.
Buy tbe genuine article at the above locations,
W» are the originatora of the genuine Texas
lamslcs in I.os Angeles- 13-14 Bro
wnipany will Rtrictly enforce ibe follow Ing
rule: The hours for sprinkling are between v
and 8 o'clock a. m. und it and 8 o'clock p. m.
For a violation of the above regulation dm
water will be shot off and a fine of $2 will he
charged before the water w ill bn turned on
again. 8-17 tt
"qpkcial Veaciieks' kxccrslon'to ( 111
O eajco and points enst, over deliver and Id"
Grsndc nnd Rock Island route, under manage,
rnent of A. PhUllps A Co.. May SSth. 80th -ni l
June 2d. Office, 138 s. sl'lilSt, sr. .-, 17 t:,i
OXUMBIA BAR-IAH'K TYPE W RITERB-
Print in sight, with greaiest speed and ac
curacy. Price and payviienis easy. Other ma.
chines for rent or for sale cheap. LONGLRY
A WAONER, Spring and First sts. 6-28 In,
(' Cement si dewalkb, basement ei.i>oits
j and reservoirs, 5e per foot. ■ Plastering,
brick and cement work repaired. DENNIs
MAIHGAN, «otl Mil Pedro s; fj ;, l ,„
"ITNCI.K BAM WINK ('ELLAIts! E. Fl.eT'r"
IJ Vi'holrssla ssd retail. Sonoma and Napa
dry and sweet wines. Brandies, whiskies,
404-40(1 N. Los Angeles st. 1 6
r\ IVEN AWvT- V LPS OF GRANULATED
VT sußtvr with every lb. of tea at WALTERS'
GROCERY, 138 Easi Filth si. All standard
brands at usual prices. 5-23 Im
HOI 'SkTwINDOW, MARBLE CLEANTng - ■
Carjiot cleaning a speeialtv, 4 cents n
Jard. Best reference. FKLTON, 3113 south
lain. 5-38 (it
IMFTY fiOLI.ARS TO NOTHING THAT
Drake's tsmeles are die cleanest and best,
material and WOrkSaaaahlp eoiisidercd.
AF. SI OI'ErV Hiil>>l MuVE'R, office,
.112 i-'enier Place. 1 15 lf
our giant coffee roaster, lava and Mocha,
35c lb: Mountain coffee, 251-: Cermea. BOO;
rolled rye, lOr: 4 llw rice, 25e: 3 pkissianii,
26c; 8 lbs corn mrsl, 16c: 20 lbs brown sugar,
SI; 15 lbs granulated sugar, *1; 5 lbs
rled peaches, 36c; 5 lie raisins, 2;>c: 1(1
lbs navy besns, a.V< ran tomatoes. 10u; :i
cans corn beef, 'Jttt: can baked beaßl, lOo; ,-x
trac( bcirf, 25c: Hires' root bear. 16c; 4 bar,
Dinmore'a soap, 38c; can coal oil, SOo; 3 lbs
leaf lard, 30c; picnic bams, 141*0 lb. ECO
NOMIC STORES, 3115 s Spring.
PERSONAL— RALPH BROS.—GOLD iiTit
flours?!. 15, city ft. ,ir BOc, granulaled sugar
LB lbs <-l brown-sugar 21) lb* |1, raisins 5 lbs
25e. sardines 5 boxes 36c, dtble fruit 3 cam
50c, Midland coffee 38c n, eastern oil gOC, gas
Dllnc 80c, 2-lb can corned beef 18c, lard Hi lb
-11.14, 5 lbs 55c. tiOl Soutu Spring street, col.
Sixth. _ 1--2 If
A TTBNTION UUsfllE
iV velopor will enlarge your bust 5 inches
Lnaranleed. Sealed Instruction* 2 cents, oi
24-page illustrated eutnbvgueli cen(», by mail
Emma Toilet Baxar, lloston, Mass.
4-10 Snns 111
MESMER'B FEMALE PILLS AS A SPEi li- X
monthly medicine for Immediate relief fo
painful nnd irregular menses—from wluKeve
For sain by FREEMAN i CARPER, 10.
N. Spring street. 5-9 ly
] PERSONAL—W. W. TAYLOR, LAWYER
South Broadway, room 5. Probate am
tllsolv L-liey lav, .. : | ,nltv. Ailv,ee free. 7-23 1;
LOST iNO Hi Ni,
may u,~.\ ladie?
gold hunting case W'altham unteh No
3400,542, case No. Q P754, 011 Spring. Main o
ut baseball grounds. The finder win be Rbci
IVA NTKII llfll.P.
■Mf A NTE D- A D IrU
i (upbi, inent or any informadou, adilre*
E. NITTINOKR'S MUREAC, ettablished 1880
Office, Sonlli Spring street, resilience 46:
South Hope sireet, corner Fifth, Los Angi-iet
Cal. ielephom I 13. 8-1(1 tl
PETTY] immiir* en.,' EMPUiYMENI
sgen(s, 131 135 W. First st. Telephone 509
Under Hie l/>s Angeles National Hank. Hell
of all kinds carefully selecleil and furnished
SHuadons of i II kinds furnished.
ANfED-ToUNII OIRL TO WAIT 0>
table and assist at light housework. An
plyai 115 Wen siith s(., near Main. 6-28 1
«T ANTED NON-UNlllN BAK ERH ATI THI
TV Meek baking ( ii, (149 8 olive it., LOS An
fries, ( lit 5-22 If
WANTKIt SIT! ATIONS.
ISTANTEII SITUATION BY a' COL(hTeT
tt msn who has Jusl arrived from Charles
lon, K. c.; a position as butler; beat of refer
ences. Apply lv 8. E. LUCAS, 233 a Spring.
_ 5-2- 21
\\' anted 'nCr&wsltur^
*» properly In large eastern eltv for callfor
nls really. Address, wtlh full description and
psrlieulais, M It ,Mm 5(1. Ibis ofllce. 5 2SII
ANTED WILL PAY CASH FOR EXTRA
good furniture for a .mall end age, If sold
a( a bargain. Address, with particulars, c. »,
It., bos 60, th It office. 5 2-i It.
IVANTiIi- TO RENT—WE NEED 4 AND 5
TV room collages iii rem to auppli our miny
liuiulrlng ciislomers. F. 11. PIEPKR A CO.,
108 H. Broadway. . >-28 2t
'XVTA NTEDToTTkNT (I OR 8 ROOM HOUSE,
TV nut 100 from s. P. shops; East Los Angel
es preferred. (Within callers distance ) Ad
dress 8. P., this ofMot, 5-28 at
WANTKI»--U)TB THAT ARE NICELY 1.0
-esled and cheap. We have purchasers fur
such. P. H. PIKPER A CO., 1(18 s. Broad
l?on RENT 1-(>lt A I \MII,Y WITHOUT
r children fur a lerm of sl< mnnihs or a
year. A house of nine renins, furnished com
plete, gas, bath, all moilarn conveniences;
rent, *(10 per month. Apply 142 West Twenty
IHth si. ft-og it
pOR RENT NO. 831 8. OLIVE BTREEf/7
I rooms; neu I v pspertd; 1)122; water free.
BMout list of n nl houses; most complete In
the Olty. r, 11. I IKPKR * 00., 108 S. Broad
way 5-28 ; I
iok unra Miapai>a.4itaoita.
TO LET NICELY li' iVfi IBHErTTIot) Ms at
-111 Wesi Kourlli it.; hew house; every
thing clean. ____ 6-B8 21
rpo LET PART bl STORE N6. 818 SOUTH
I Hroadway. Elu|ulre of oeeiipniu D-17 if
BCSINKSB uii'UKTI'M I I »ts.
ladvertlta nothing but what nrc senulne
baigiitna, and will hear lillleel In vest Igal lon.
II yon want to be treated talrlj and squarely
i all on me. Fruit stands, cigar stands, biik
iiics, rastaurants, shoe stores, groceries, sta
tloaery stores, lodging limp., s. U c nine a guild
list of all (he above businesses al all prices.
HENRY t STANLEY,
227 \v. Mtond st.
iJ-iIA REBTAUP WI , THE IIEST I'A VI NO
•rtlV'W lv Ihe nltyi (sklng In siilt) a day I
must sell loday.
si'Milil PARTNER I'm; WELL ESTAR
sp«UVrV llshed business; mnklng large
profits; line store on Spring si.
arWIA—SALOON (IN M AIN ST.; LOW RENT;
op.iuw splendid chance im- Investment j
tliis is a bargain.
AnKfi It N'rli COUNTER, ITROIT, CIGARS
M)mnA/ knd drtnki; low ronti 4 roomi ai
taetied; no ofi|iusftiou; must aell by
0 I(kA—PARTNER FOR HOOD PAYING
'TT'rmf butlns ; lbi-i Is a rare chance;
should be seen.
stQtVl* -RPSTAUI! t'.-T: ON PRINCIPM
•"•Hrli strlSli clearltut BS a dsy; good
Vb'.-U ROOMINO itOUSK! FINE LOCA
splUvrU don; 5W roomsi nil mft.
sitltlUl h\ki;hV; BPLHNDtD CHANCE; 2
18.1 horses, win in-, doing due mm;
good bnsines -; bsigslii.
•«f?tn WtVIT sn.VH; lIVC I'tVINO
aji«.»lU place; no opimsltton; this Is a snap.
t»ioiw»-- |M ' vs Sl'LKlWfh GROCERY
s7low More, 5 miles from Los Anircles;
wooil, i'oa.l, hay, grain, etc.; piv>t
ulllce la iituru; tine paying place.
IM-NHY J. STANLEY,
5-28 21 227 W. Second St.
j-riv ROOMING ItOtTslt] HI ROOMS I'CI!
-9■ UV nutliSd diroußhiiiit, rent, *25 per
month | hpnae always full; htst part of iimad
way. Addres* X, V, t., thUotHoo. 5-2'i-Ji
IAOR RRNT--OR BALE, OUEAP, W iTrTn
1 established blackimltb and wagon shop;
proprietor going east next month. Apply St,
STEEL, Bants Monica. 5-23'7i
i son 'balk snap iiAiTiT.u"N--(ioot7 pay-
I 1 Ing business; owner going to world's fair.
A.1.1r. ss E. .1., ilus oHiec, .-j.28 II
AIR AAA—6O ACRES, RICPI LOAM Soil,,
9IOsUUU located i mile of railroad And
good town, Wllhln 17 miles ot Los Angeles; 3
seres in bearftiff naval oranges, to lemon irecs,
5 e.'-ri-- in sod sncll walnut-, about Id acres In
deciduous ffultsj ornamental plants, roses,
.mm.; -Ha«. gravel driveway; fronts a 100-fooi
avenue; 26 acres iv ufalfa. I he bnlanee it. all
fine fruit and farming limit. Fine moileru
bullt hotiseof 7 room., finished In surly red
wooil, line mantels closets, bath-rooms; house
oi 4 rooms for servants; good barn and Out
buildings. The blaCe is till under fence anil
cross-fenced. Artesian well* and water piped
nil over Hie place ami in the bouse. W ill (rude
this magiiifloent farm for g t Northern i ali
; n,i,i property. Call or address oRIDEIt A
I'uW, 10U;« S. Broadway 4 U su mo tv th tf
TTioR A SPECIALTY
JT of exchanging properties ; we have a It t of
msnv hundied fMvoel on our books, and are
conlinuallv mukiug exchanges ali over the
country. If you have anything to trade, write
us, describing your proper, giving us price ami
incumbrance, and we will attend to ii at once.
WOODWORTH A MARRINER,
1 1 sunii-ti Pasadena.
iviit KXCHANGE - THREE CO IT AGES,
I each io, o and 5 rooms, large lots on graded
itreot, connected with sewer; close in; slight
ly encumbered; income property; in exchange
ford or 7 room collage further mil, even If
nutslde of city. 1\ 11. PIEPER A CO., his s.
Hroadway. 5-2S 2t
I7IOR EXCri \ Ni; K -STORE RCIUSE AND LOT
and line horse and carriage for an equity in
house ami lot in city,valued at ftllßOu to S3OOO.
Address 11. S. (1., Herald. tf
sa—iT-T-r^-,■ 1 —,'■ tin— . ■' .■ u—=i3>
T\ v - DIUI'ENP. M'IIKR, HOW s.
"S> IJ Spring sircei, rooms 4 and 5.
T-ctlt i-xli.u ted i.iul tilled wilhoii)
ISB2- Ktt'alulsli.'l Tt'S2]
DR. I- M . WELLS, cor. OP SPRING AND
First strents. Wilson block; lake elevataa
Gold crown ni'il bridge work a specially, teeth
extracted without piun. Room 1. mm If
An vms Hints. DENTIBTV 289W s. 8PRIN0),
bet. Second and Third. Painless lining
] and extracting, 40c ana ffl, Crowns, fft). set
teeth, >v. io 1,10. Eslsbllshcd in L. A. city It
years. 5-18 If
OR. a R7 roi.iiT-i;s-i'7 _ iKN 7 ris-i', iosi~ a ~x.
Spring St., rooms 2, 3 and 7. Painless ex
I "i;.\NK SI EVENS, BOUfI SPRING 8T
A Open Sunday, and evening by electric light
DR. PARKER, DENTIBT,"" 146 N. SPIUNG
iele'.lione. I 111. ;t-| j||
DVKKM AND MMSHKKH.
METROPOLITAN STEAM I'VE W i ii: K241
1 ninkliii street; line dyeing and clean
I ing. 1-13 ti
|}ARISI,\N DYE WORKS, 275 SOUTH m"a"l?
A Street; best dytng in ihe city. 1-13 If
Ssbank ( ? vounu, contractor, 43 \vn.
V son bloi k. 8-l(> ly
CXON UA 1> SCHEREH, (Tit ANITE, BITUmT.N
) oils iiinl asphalt paving. 227 W. First si.
AB-ri(AI I s.
XffBT';A' r A-SrTTlTld?^!a^-XncT-c(TTm
LOS ANOELES ITERALD * SUNDAY MORNTKG, MAY za, ioot.
MONEY TO LOAN,
Agent for tlm
GERMAN HA VIM. s AND LOAN
' SOCIETY OFB F.
Jlnllrtlnir loans * specialty.
Heal estate sold
Agent Hun Eire, of I/indon,
oldest company In the world,
R. I! LUNT,
6-26 urn a 37 w. second it,
J-JE VAN A RU'ILKDOE,
Fire Insurance, Loan and Investment Broken.
Money f tMrirl al 0 per cent.
Hondii nought and Hold.
Agents Imperial Insurance Co., Ltd,, of t/indon.
2-22 Sm HOI W. First et.
l?01t BALE—3S6O BIIAIIEPOFTIIE CAPITAL
f stock of the TAR SPRINGS AS
PHALT COMPANY at 19 cenli)
J. U BALLARD,
207 South Broadway.
Vf on by to Loan on diamonds, jewel
lvl ry, watches, piano", sealskins, lire I toes,
carriage', bicycles anil all kinds ol personal
and collateral security. LEX BROS., 402 8.
MONIT to LOAM.
PACIFIC LOAN IT()MPANY ~(fNCORPOR-
X ATED) loans money lv any amounts on
all kinds ol collateral security, diamonds,
Jewelry, sealskins, merehandlHi. etc. Also on
PIANOS, Iron and steel safes, ami professional
libraries, without removal; and on fnrnilure
(S lodging, hoarding houses ami hotels, With'
out removal. Partial payments received.
Money quick. Business confidential. Private
ofllees for lai'les. W. R. DR OHOOT, manager.
Rooms a, il and 4 114 s. Spring st.
MONEY IOANED ON MORTGAGES, II PER
cent net mi flrsi-elass properly for amounts
ol ¥10,0(10 and i>ver. on limns under H?lU,000
no coninitsalon wilt he ehargeil; no expense for
examination ol" eltv property anil no delay.
MAIN STREET SAY I.VUH lIA.NK ANH TRUST
CO., 42(1 a. Main «t. a 3-1 (Im
OTICE TO TilE PUBLIC. I HAVE BOUGHT
the pawnhmklng business or 11. Kanta at
IMMI North Main st. »n March 13th, and have
overtaken all pledges left with him at that
Diane, ami will continue the name business,
Parties living nut ol the city wishing to com
iniiulea(c to Their own Interest will add rest A.
Korrl* tn place of 11. Fauta, No. 311(1 North
Main street. 5-0 lm
A TI.ANtIC~LOAN CO., 11 FANTA, MANA
iV ger, No. 11H VV. Second st. between Main
and spring sts. Established in 1885. Loans
money at reduced rates of Interest on dia
monds, watches, jewelry, collateral securities,
mortgages, etc I'slr anil square dealing. Also
lino watch repairing by K. tl. GILIIOLM. All
work guaranteed. 5-3 Im
IF VOI' WANT~MONKY WITIIOIIf~II ISLAY,
no commission, prevailing rales ol inlerest,
Sim- hin iii|(. Ilajik, I I ly
1 08 ANO ELEB lit! HI N ESS COLEOE
I . ANIi ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL.
(Incorporated) 144 South Main street.
Lnigcsiaud best equipped business iraining
lohool on tlie coast. Thorough ami prttetleal
courses In the commercial, shorthand, type
writing, telegraphy, assaying ami all English
branch' s. Large, able and mature faculty of
instructor*, hay and evening sessions. Tortus
reiisounble. Call nt oo'lege ofllce, or write for
eb-gsni ealiilogue. E. r, sTIKAUEK, president;
F. (¥. KELSKY, Vbge-pretidciit; 1. N I.NSkKKP,
secretary. S-ln-'ill tf
r p 11E MiHijTnT 7 UV H V 81N ESS (• o 1,1. E<7e HAS
I removed tp tee Upper floor of the stowell
block, 22S South Spring street. It has now the
largest aud lineal business college rooms in the 1
state, and tbe largest attendance of any cmu
ii't-ii lrtl school south of San Francisco* Kino
passenger elevator running direct to the
school rooms, rendering stair-climbing- unnec
essary. The public is cordially Invited to call
atltl Inspect vn« eolloR« in lis now loeatlou.
both day and evening schools In session the
cuilr* summer. Catalogue and College -lour
inl free, tl, S. Hough, President; N. (1. l'clker,
\ iec-I'ioaiilcnt; E. C. Wilson, See'y. 5-4 ly
|J«U> MKi. INSTITUTE, ('•.s,VI*B"H'iSAH, I.os
I Angeles, Cel., Adams .street, eO/tn-r Hoover.
Mrs. Carolyn M. N. Allien of pMufdcnoo. It. 1., i
Is now resdy to organize nor 171b year of nor
mal klndorgiirton and post uradn.n ursea. i
Prospectus sent upon application to Mrs. ('. M.
N. Aldan, 44 Angell sißct. providence, 11,1.
alter July "20th to Im Angeles.iff 5-1(1 tl
I\. SCHOOL oi-'~ART
t. eoi poisli-il). Sew" sluilloa Entrance lv
Clismher of Commerce. 1. UAKDEN-MAC
I ' oh, principal. Pasadena Tueidavs aud l'rl
daye. ■ 0-25 tf
yiiip.THANO AND TVPKWRITISiI PjfAC.
n tlcnllv taught, latest IMlmati svs(.-m, at the
I.OMil.'-.V INST TI'TK, Spring and First sts.
ABTBIiRY, SHOStMANO, TYrKWIIfTINO
and lliistness Institute. Take elevator by
People's Store, Phillips block; send for cata
logue. 10-12 12in
"t~\VlLl.llAKTlfz, Mt!Sl(\-.l.BTi r bTa"K( X 'M
/V. 4, I'Dtomac block. rM3 ly
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V. X V VHMJ^ij^^^^^
fIMM|nHI / -\NK Ii.WSUT.II nVTAKISTI
■HHll rsiinln Ie excursions lo Km-n
- Louis. Chlcago.Ne-w v n
anil llonlon. Leave Los Angeles every Wednes
day; personally conducted through to Chicago
and ltoston; fa'nitlv tourist sleepers to Kansas
('ity and Cliteago ilttilv. Low rates anil quick
est time, i.ifllce, 121) S. Spring st. ly
/ . HEAT CENTRAL HOI'TK BXCURSIONS
" r i-.n perloneo'l condnctorH tnrOUgn from LOs
Anteiel to lloston; only six days to New York
or Huston; tourist ears.' F. K. SHEARER,man
ager, Ofllce, 221) South Spring st., Los Angels i.
Itlo llranili- railway and the great Rock
Island route leave I.os Angeles every Tuesday;
perKonallv conilr.cte't through to Onlobgo and
lloston. 0810.1 No. 138 S. Spring at. 1-tf
t" c. JUDSON A CO.'i EXci r ltSlt)Ns E AST
f } . every Wednesday via Suit Lake lily and
Denver. 'Tnurl«t ears to Chicago and lloston.
Manager In charge. Ofllce, 212 8. Spring St.
MRS. DR .1. Tl. SMITH, SPECIALTY MlD
wlferv. Ladles eared for during eonllne
nu'iit at T'i7 Uellevne avenue. Calls promptly
all.-luted 10. Telephone 1119. 2-25 tf
/CANCERS ASP i'CMORS, REMOVED WITH"
\j out (he use of the knife. Call al oltlee and
see iiatlents under treatment, 121 Sol'i'H
M AIN ST. DR. GARRISON, 5-23 lyr
/ IKORGR 11. BEACH, M. D„ OFFICE AND
II resilience, 131 North Spring street, otllce
hours, 8 to 12, 1 to 5, 11 lo Bp. m. Telephone
■i;i3. 11-3 t!
n"~R. HAMPTON, EVeTeAII, THROAT, CA
tari-h cured. Room 1!) Hellman block,
1 liir.l and Mbi_n 5-14 I l.i
risHE KAMMERMEYER ORCHESTRA -
L First-class music furnished for balls par
ties, Concerts, receptions iitni picnics. Violin,
mandolin, etc., taught. Office at Fitzgerald's
music store, comer N. Spring and Franklin
sis. 1 1^ 4 _ ly _
lOSI OS aNI)Ei7ES CONSERVATORY OF MUSI I
V ami Art; open all tue year. MRS. EMILY
J. VALENTINE, i-iesident, corner Broadway
and Filth street, 8-14 ly
PIANO i ESKONBM PER MONTH. HERMAN
I Inelhodt. l.xperlanced teacher. Address,
P. O, Itox S7l), olty. 5 -1 an wed St
BANJO, BY MISS M. E. AaTBCRY ; S~ANH (i
«lringed taught. Studio 51; take elevator
liv i eople's slore, Phillips block. 11-12 I)
■ )KRSONAI. PRtIE.SI-EARNS. ASTKOI.I M , El;
I and elalrvovant medium, 11*7 South Broad
way, between I irstaiid Second Ms. 4-36-lm
\| Its. PARKER, CLAIRVOYANT CONSUL
.M tadous on business, love, marriage, dis
ease, mineral locations, life reading, etc.; lake
I'nivtjrsliy electric car to Forrester avenue, go
west three blocks on Vine street, second house
from corner of Vei inout avenue.
SSL 111 lltl IN
Ij) llshed lor the last 10 yctu> in Los Angela*.
Rooms 7 and 8 (second floor), Workman bloclL
spring it., benveon Second and Third. 1-25 Ift
|M B.TtUO\VN, ARCHITECT, 132 Sol ill
V . Hi-oailway. 8-7 ly
CHlKUl'ollls ' .
MTsS C. STAPFER, CHIROPODIST AND
uiasseusc, 211 W. Firat St., opp. Nadeau.
j 12-24 t f
PATKN'I'W, COPVkKIHTS KIT.
IVOR BALE—THERE REMAIN A FEW MORE
1? lots "nt of the 300 selected—
yet unsold: they can be had at
auctlmi juices, l( you call and
arrange for same at once; don't
delay If yon want many times
f. the worth of your money.
,08 ANGELES LAND BUREAU.
EASTON, ELDRIDGE A 00.,
207 8. Broadway.
I/OR SALE- OR KXI'HANGE-ONE OF THE
X lincst nooses of 12 rooms, with closets,
bath, hot atel cold «i.or, gas attachments for
heating and lint.l; hou>e ch-gantly decorated;
also No. 1 barn for :t horses, earl lages, 10 tons
hay, and hostler's room; nice lawn, flowers,
shrubs, fencing, etc.; lot 50x105; near the cop*
ncr of Figueroa and Washington streets. This
elegant home is off-rr I i' the ridiculously low
pries of $7000. Will lake pari good trade.
7W acres, Improved, -.nthwest of city: fft7r,o.
GILBERT 4 GILBERT,
5-35 tf IDBH «■ Spring.
iftfUVl-FOR SU.E A LARGE MODERN
M*DOUU ho 12 rooms, with baths, closet*
and perfect sanitary arrangements; nearlyone
acre ot handsomely Improve*! grounds, with
barn, carriage bouse ami driveway. This place
commands view ol 11 ntlre city and la close
In. A yery great bargain; only pIOOO. T.J.
CUDDY, 200 N. Spring. 5-12 tf
(4r»t—MONTIII.v FOR So MONTHS buys
(PavO Co*y collage on electric line, two-story
barn, hedge, lawn, etc., s complete and lovely
home; no cash payment, no intorest. DE LA
MONTE, 121 8. Broadway. 5-28 2t
tfljlKil CASH- 1,35 MONTHLY FOR (1(1
uPJUfI/ months, no interest, buys lovely slx
room cottage close to cable line, tine locality.
DE LA MONTE, 121 8. Broadway, 5-28 21
(ft OK/Vfl—A NU'E HOUSE AND WELL IM-
WfmWrX.'U proved no-foot lot on Eleventh st.
near Pee.rl; only #25(10. T. J. CUDDY, 20ti N.
Spring St. 5-12 tf
jVlft— NEW 5-RooM IIOIIBE ON VIC
'Trl'HRf imia sireet. Monthly payments
$15. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West Second
street. 5-18 tf
ift | JAA-FOR SALE—NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE
'IMtImI on Victoria street; monthly pav
incnts sHß.imi. ALLISON BARLOW, 227 West
Second sireet. 4-12 tf
—— 1 j : 1 -' ax
FOB BALK-COUNTKY PKOPKKTY.
(_T>7r- THE FINEST""!) ™lfc
sT> I I (Jibe cottnty, SO acres, mostly in alfalfa:
fenced, with house, barn, corrals, 17 head of
milch cows, horses, wagons, buggies, farming
>'i artesian wells, all complete, tit only
*175 per acre, iliis property Is near the city,
and an undoubted bargain,
3-23 tf T. J. CUDDY, 200 N. Spring st.
fjiOß SALE '-FtIR ~SaiMNK»—TWENTY-FOUR
I acres of Washington navel orange orchard
In the frosllesa belt at Highland, bearing a
splendid Income: large nursery; good build
ings anil lots of water; terms easy; will sell nil
or part. Address 11. 11. ROGERS, Box 35,
Messina, Calif. 5-21-Sat-Sun-St
DM INI ST lIA Tl Hi'S SA L E—( 1 lT) ICE ALFAL
fa farm : lint-class for n n I nuts, corn, fruits
cultivated; fenced, artesian water; 00, 48, 08
acres, or all; near railroad and pnstofllee, 17
miles from Los Angeles. EDWIN BAXTER,
attorney, 175 N. Spring; REV. W. G. COWAN,
Pasadena 5-3 tf
Adooi, l CHOICE 10 ACRES OF LAND,
(BOUUV all In bearing fruits and berries,
with neat house, barn, well, tank, etc.; Only
one mile from the eltv anil very cheap; only
#6000, T. J. CUDDY, 206 N. Spring. 5-12 tf
fft - f-s li-".- SPLENDIDLY I MPROVED FRUIT
(•Hill farm of 13 m res on the foothills at
Altadenai orchard In nice condition; perfect
water supply; house, barn, etc.; price, I&75O0.
T. .I. CDPPY, 2(H) N. Spring st. _ 5-12 If
FOR BALK--THISO: TXANKOOS.
" trees; first class trees; will be sold without
reserve. Call on ,1. E. MORGAN, at nursery on
Pasadena avenue, In Sycamore grove. Address
530 Downey avenue, city. 5-38 7t
I7IOR HALE-MUST AT ONCE TO
' jmy a note: 1 delivery wagon, 1 plalforin
spring wagon. Apply (100 Upper M"aln st.
_ 5-2(1 2t
I/OR SALE--MUST RE SOLD Cl ONCE TO
1 pay a note, two fine spring wagons; will
accept any reasonable oiler. Apply (Kit) Upper
Main sL n-ad If
Thou Sale -cow and calf, oheaP:*par-
X I ties going east. Inquire 125 W. NINTH st
T-OR sALE" ~u>' PA PER 3 IN (QUANTITIES
r tn soil, nl ibis pjTU..-.
OIM'OKTUWITIKS FOB INVBSTOBS.
A BUPERB 7 PER CENT GOLD BOND
The second Installment of the first mortgage
7 per cent gold bonds Of the PASADENA AND
MP. WALSIIN RAILWAY COMPANY Is now
ren.lv for subscription, in sums to suit nt par,
giving the bmer valuable collateral privilege,
which h '11 greatly enhance the value of their
Any of these bonds, if desired, will he re
d ne lat pur aud intei-c*l, upon one month's
notice ufler Ihe time agreed upon at tbe time of
sale, thus giving the bolder a liberal interest
for the use of money either for a short time or
for tile full term of the bonds. II is believed
that with 'lie small amount of bonds that will
tie issn.-d in proportion to the cost and value
of Hie |'i opet ty owned by the company, and the
large | i.c-pi-cUvf. revenue of the road, that
taitli stock nnd bhhds will soon bring a pre
mium in ttie open market.
Those wishing to investigate with a view to
purchasing bond*, tvHl, by appointment, bo
shown ovei the-road and all desired Informa
The bonds can ho purchased from ell the
bunks in Pasadena—Find National Hank, Pasa
dena Nitllonnl Hank and San Gabriel Valley
Bank; and ill Los Angeles from the Cltizena'
Bunk and the Los Angeles Safe Deposit and
Trust Compauv, 313 South Spring street: alio
al the company's ofllov, Grand opera House
Thirty days Will be given to purchasers fot
settlement.' 'tnong flic purchasers of these
bonds iii-e the following:
Chn - H, I- roil, Pasadena.
Hon. A, G. Throop, Pasadena.
T. D, stlmson, Los Angeles. m
T. W. Iii■ ilierton, lxis Angeles.
)•'. 11. Vnll. tie, Pasadena.
J. I>. Lie.-, v, Pasadena. k
Mrs. E, T, [. Lincoln, Pasadena.
11. M. Singer, Pasadena.
( 01. g. <~ ureen, Pasadena.
Andrew McNally, Chicago.
A. c. \i iic irung', fasadena.
P. Gai'iraiHi, Pasadena.
James Smith, Pasadena.
.1. W. lluiiiis, Pasadena.
sanG.ibiiel v alloy Bank. Pasadena.
ti. Itoseoe Thomas, Pasadena.
c. W. Brown, Paaadena.
T. S. c. Lowe, Pasadena.
Mi A.I. Lowe, Pasadena.
Lowe Emerson, Cincinnati, O.
A. P. West. Los Angoles. /
Wm. 11. Knight, I*i9 Angeles.
Mrs. E. T. Williams.
\V 11. Simmon*, Paaadena.
Mi-. MnrGui Viiughsn, Chicago.
All bonds settled lor before May 30th will
luu .- miv . unpens on, thus giving the pur
chaser, .piiil tod per cent discount.
The llrd issue was so promptly taken, It Is
belicM .1 thai this tsaue being Ihe last that will
curry special advantages, will be taken within
n few .lavs. To a party with a capital of
#50,0000 - more an unusually good business
opening will be presented.
For more complete Information and particu
lars, call ou or address
T. 8. 0, LOWE.
President Pasadena dl Ml. WHson Railway Co.,
Grand Opera Hons,' Hlock,
■t .'io Im
(\ I o lIAYFORD, 'ATTORNEY AND COtTN
IT selorai law, rooms 12 and 13, Lnnfranco
bniblii . 21s North Main street, Los Angeles.
Telephone lltw, practices In nil state and
United states courts. 3-19 tf
t. W. IIPTTON, OblS WKLI.SORN.
IV ELI.It()RN * HI'TTON, ATTORNEYS AT
\\ bin, rooms -is 08M ami 89 Temple block,
Junclio i spring and Main, Los Angeles, Cal. tf
TAY a. IM'NTER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
fl Brv nn-llonobrake block. Telcpliou- 528.
Praciicjs In all tbo courts, stale and federal.
i>l S iiH(rDRIOBV LAWYER, NO. 2'LAW
I» ieiildlug, 125 IVjinple street, near court
I I •!. phone, 103. 7-li tf
II J. \PCOCK. ATTORNEY; SPECIAL AT
l\ . tcutlou given to the KOttlcmcnt of estates.
1 15 WeM First street. 4-8 tf
|\ li !• ',-:<, ATTORNEY AT LAW, FUL
!).i ci block, 207 New High sircel, Los
Angeles. 1-1* tt
WM. I'OI.I.ARP", ATI'OI(Nr r Y AT LAW,
room 3, Allcu block, Temple and spring
at reels. 2-2i;if
Itching, Aching Piles—Hall's Cream Salre
wl.igivo lmme tate relief and Is a positive
cure. 25 and 60s. OtTA Vangha'a drug store,
Fourth and Sp.lng sts.
- ' ' p-•f ' - ■ s-o" •
AGAIN THE AMERICANS LOST.
The Individnal Pulls Won by
the Canadian Team.
Last EvMilngr's Events |at the Final
Tag; of War Contests.
Interesting Straggles Between tha Local
Teams- The Loa Angeles Men Again
Outpnlled by the San
Last night Armory hall was again
filled with a large aadience, whose mem
bers showed by their laces the unabated
interest they felt in the final events oi
the tug-of-war tournament.
The greatest interest was felt in ths
individual contest between the Ameri
can and Canadian teams. This contest
waa won by the Canadians in every event
with ths exception of tbat between the
anchormen, which, owing to disagree
ment as to rules, was declared off by the
YOUNG AMBRICA VS. ILECTBIC.
The first event of the evening was tbat
between the Young Americana and the
Electrics. Both of these teams had won
before and had shown their vast stay
ing powers. Their sppenrancs on
the cleats was the signal for
uproarious cheering, which only ceased
when the referee prepared to give the
signal to Start. Precisely at 44 minutes
and 25 seconds after 8 o'clock the pistol
cracked and as the lever flew np, the
ribbon Stood slightly in favor of tbe
Young Americans. Then the Electrics
bent their backs and strained their
arms, but the crimson mark remained
stationary, manfully held by the boys
at the other end. One minute after
wards the Young Americana put forth
all their strength and gained almost
half the Space to victory. But the
Electrics would not be beaten; they
pulled and tugged, and as tbeir faces
grew rosy and the sweat started in
great beads on their brows, they gained
about a cleat. Then followed a breath
ing spell, both parties watching each
other, waiting for the other to make a
The move came shortly after and it
was a spurt by the Young Americans.
The ribbon started their way but the
Electrics held on and obstinately con
tested cleat after cleat. Their great
anchor man Miller swung to and fro and
the other members of the team strained
their utmost, but the rope would go,
withstand it as they would. Gradually
it slipped away from them, bearing the.
red ribbon to the Young American*. It
was a slow, steady pull on th* part of
the latter team and they won, crossing
the mark at 48 minutes and 45 seconds
aiter B o'clock. Time, 4 minutes and 20
TUB BHVENTU VS. TUB SPANIARDS.
Next in order came the struggle be
ween the Seventh regiment and the
Spanish teams. Tho regimental boys
appeared on the cleats but the
Spaniards did not appear. Alter a
sufficient time the pull was
awarded to the Seventh regluiant. by the
referee by default on the part of the
hipamsn. mo o H a u L« rr i B D » _ 0 means
deserved to be blamed for not; appeal
ing. They were far outclassed by tbe
superior weight and strength of tbe mili
THE INDIVIDUAL FULLS,
The next event on tbe schedule was
the individual trials of Htreugth between
the various members ef the American
and Canadian teams in the order they
occupied in their respective teams.
A vast crowd now surged into the
hall and occupied bath sides ot the plat
form, eagerly intent on the different
trials so soon to take place. The first
trial came off between Tom Balkma and
James Dunning, both No. 1 of the Amer
ican and Canadian teams. It took tbe
Canadian just 3 seconds to get posses
sion of the rope. Joseph Fish, No. 2of
the Canadians, also pulled the ribbon
away irom R. O. Doan of the home
team in exactly 0 seconds. Then Verge
Gray of the Americans stretched" him
self against John Field, No. il of the
Canadians. Field is a slightly built
man and very muscular, but ho was
much lighter than hie American
opponent. When the pistol flashed
at 30 minutes and 20 seconds after
8 o'clock, both settled down on the cleats
determined to win. Tho ribbon at the
start was slightly in favor of the Ameri
can, and he suddenly, with a vigorous
spurt, took it several cleats toward his
side Tbe audience at this rose en masse,
and cheer after cheer rang through the
air in encouragement of their man. The
Canadian was, however, lying low and
watching like a cut for his chance. At
laat it came, and he stealthily but stead
ily pulled the ribbon away from the
American, who, at the end of the pull,
looked broken up. This pull was de
cidedly the best of the evening. Both
men showed a tenacity of purpose and
au exhibition of strength which ren
dered the question of who should win
exceedingly doubtful, until the Cana-
last spurt, which took the ribbou
over the Rubicon in 1 minute and 40
Numbers 4, 5 and (i of the American
team relueed to individually contest tho
Canadian's men of the same positions
and did not appear. Jay Gray, No. 7of
the Americans, then Stepped out and
bravely lay down on the cleats against
Canadian D. R. Campbell. At 47 min
utes after 9 o'clock the referee's signal
set them at it hammer and tongs, but
the Kanuck got the rope in just 35 sec
onds. Now the anchormen of the differ
ent teams donned their huge unweildy
looking saddles and sat down facing
each other determined to conquer or
die. The lines around old Hutch's
mouth were drawn and determined, and
it was very evident be was in it "to the
Moeer of the Canadians stretched hia
ponderous limbß, which have so often
helped hie team to victory, and ret his
teeth, determined to face the worst. The
audience craned their necks, stood on
chairs and generally got into each
other's way in their efforts to see the
outcome of the pull. The men sat iv
the usual places they would occupy,
almost at each end of the platform of
cleats, having a length of 111! feet of
rope between them. The referee, amid
complete silence, gave tbe signal at fi<>
minutes and 45 seconds after !) o'clock.
As the lever tluw np tha ribbon ap
peared Blightly in favor of the Ameii
cans. This advantage old Hutch gradu
ally Increased until several inches lay
to bis credit. Suddenly at 17 minutes
after 10 o'clock, after the men had been
in position for 21 minutes and 15 sec
onds, tbe referee fired his pistol and an
nounced the pull off. This was owing
to a disrgreement about the rules of tbe
..„lt (~1n...n tho ffr, smt.i,.., Th"
should not keep bis hands on tbe
cleats, but should hold the rope witb
them, and the American grievance,
was that the Canadian anchor
man manipulated his saddle in
such a way tbat when the pull came
from the American side he would drop
its lower rim over a cleat aud
in this way obtain a purchase from
which It was impossible to pull him.
Owing to these circumstances the pull
was declared aff. It was not, however,
a draw, ac many of the audience sup
When this decision was announced
the ribbon was in favor of the Ameri
THE LAST KVENT.
Tbe closing event of the evening was
the struggle between tbe East Los An
geles team and ths Pacifies, which re
sulted in the discomfiture of the latter
in exactly three minutes.
The local prizes were awarded as fol
Third—Kast Los Angeles.
ANOTHKR CONTEST PROPOSED.
Oapt. 0. A. Bheldrick of tbe Electric
team desires to announce that it iB his
intention to arrange a pull between all
the lecal teams to take place, if possi
ble, in about three weeks. He especially
desires to pull the so-called "regular"
Cable team at ths first opportunity
which they may give him, and is emf
pbatic in bis assertion that in that pulr
the cable will become acquainted with
electricity in earnest for probably the
first time in their lives.
He claims that the charge made by
John McGreal through the columns of
the Herald, to the effect that the Elec
trics sent ont of town for members of
their team, ia false.
"They refer, I suppoae," aaid he, "to
Charles Miller, our anchor man. The
facte of the case are simply theae: Mil
ler applied, himself, for a position in our
team. We did not aak him to join it,
nor did we run after him for tbat pur
pose. Another phase of the question la,
that the cable team itself sent twice to
Santa Paula after Miller, and his brother,
at their request, also wrote him to join
them, bnt he refused and stayed with us.
If tbe cable team can deny this I would
like to bear from them, aa I can produce
letters which were written to Miller ask
ing him to join their team. I candidly
think the reason why they did not enter
tbe contest waa because they were afraid
to, and that la all there ia of it."
Memorial Day to Be Fittingly Cele-
brated- L«cal Notes.
Redlands, May 27. —Memorial day
will be fittingly observed in this city by
tbe old soldiers who did co much to keep
these United States an indissoluble
union. Every civic society has been
invited to participate in the parade, and
nearly all of tbem have signified tbeir
intention of accepting. The line will be
formed at the corner of Colton avenue
and Orange street, and will be reviewed
at State Btreet. There will be about 20
sections in the parade, one of tbe most
striking features of which will be a float
containing 44 girls, who will be escorted
by 10 boys on horseback The uniform
force will consist of tbe Redlands guards
and Boys' brigade. The old soldiers will
go to the cemetery, and if possible tbe
procession will await their return at the
school house. Appropriate exercises
Aimwt-ii rt ort^
consented to close at 10 a. m.. and the
day will be observed by the entire city.
A. G. Frederick of Riverside was in
George B. Knight, one of Perris'B en
terprising citizens, waa in town yeeter
Mr. and Mrs. Young of Redonrro are
stopping at the Baker House.
Fred W. 1 lowland of Pomona was no
ticed on our streets yesterday.
T. J. Sharpleee left today for Los An
gelea, where he will go into the real es
A man named Burrows was arrested
in this city today on a charge of obtain
ing money under false pretenses at Po
The Grand Army will attend services
at the Presbyterian church Sunday
morning. Rev. J. H. Stewart will de
liver the sermon.
The kindergarten commencement ex
ercises of Mice Breed's school at 10
o'clock yesterday wero well carried out.
The singing, marching and gymnastics
as performed by the little folks were
well carried out.
The school census this year in this
city showfl an increase of 18 children
over that of last year.
B. F. Maakey, of the firm of Vlaskey &
Davie, waa married on the 22d to Mies
Susie Price of San Diego, at the home
of the bride's parents in tbat city. They
are stopping at the Terrace in this city,
A number of Redlands ladies bave
been attending the W. C. T. U. conven
tion at Los Angeles this week.
The Hallroads Came I•• a New Agree-
A queer freight agreement was entered
into yeeterday by the local railroads,
pertaining to business between the vari
ous ports of Los Angeles and interior
Southern California points.
It is in effect that on and after June
Ist rates from local seaboard points,
such ac San Pedro, Port Los Angeles,
Redondo, Newport, etc., to interior
Southern California towns will be tbe
rate which has heretofore prevailed from
Los Angeles to such points plus $1 per
ton. For example, the rate from San
Pedro to San Bernardino will henceforth
be $1 added to tbe rate now existing be
tween Los Angeles and San Bernardino.
This amounts to a considerable reduc
What effect this will have on rates be
tween Los Angeles and the points men
tioned it is hard to say. A report waa
current yesterday that tbe Terminal road
had made a rate of $1 in one instance be
tween Loa Angelea and San Pedro.
AT THE CITY HALL.
Committee Meeting;— Little of Moment
The finance committee met in the city
hall yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, but
outside of auditing the customary w ar
ranto for aalariea, etc., nothing of im
portance was done.
The regular meeting of the supply
oommittee was he!d yesterday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Considerable time wns
spent in looking over requisitions. !no
action was taken upon them, and noth
ing of consequence transpired.
Jtvery man havlug a board should keep It an
even aud uaiural color, .nd It It U not no al
ready, use Buckingham's Dye and appear tidy.
The Preparations' to Celebrate Memorial
Pomona, May 27.—This entire com
munity will join the Grand Army of tha
Republic in a suitable and decorous
commemoration of Memorial day, next
Tuesday; the people here will be joined
by Ontario in this celebration and cord
ially invite any and all from the adjacent
districts to do so.
The grounds of the dead of this grand
organization will be visited and decor
ated with flowers in the early morning,
The committee on arrangements foi
tbe occasion request that our people
generally, especially the young, abstain
from games of levity and sport on that
day, but rather to rasps ct and pass it as
it should be, a day of sacred commem
oration, one in which ail differences,
prejudices, sectionalisms, etc., should be
laid aside, and the grand principles of
patriotism take their places ailing the
Tbe marshall of the day, Oapt. D. D.
Thatcher, will take charge of ths pro
cession, which msets at 10 a. m,, march
up Second street to Gearey avenue,
thence countermarch on Second to Gor
don street, and down that to the Metho
dist church, tbe doors of which will not
be opened until the arrival of the pro
cession, so tbat their body can enter
and bo seated first.
The committee, composed of J. A.
Owens, E. Barnes and A. B, Lane, bare
agreed upon aud adapted the following
Music at tbe c hurch door by the Pomona fcaart
as Ihe procession enters.
Piayer by the chaplain of ths Ohterlepost,
a, A. B.
Recitation by a representative of the Pomona
public schools—Fred Allen.
The tribute of tbe fluwers-44 girlu—prepared
by the Woman's R-lief corpr.
Music—We Deck Their Graves Alike Today.
Address-Rev. U. W. Hanson of Chloefro, late
cbaplsin Sixth Massachusetts volunteers.
The oration will be delivered by Rev.
Q. W. Hanson of Chicago.
Tbe children of the Episcopal chnrch
went picnicking today in Goneahs park.
Of course, all the little ones—and the
older, too, for that matter—had a nice
Kov. Et L. Conger of Pasadena is ex
pected to fill the pulpit at Univeraalist
chnrch in this city on tomorrow.
Strawberries, instead of going down in
price, are climbing up. They now bring
12 cents per box.
The council, or city trustees, met last
night. A copy of an ordinance giving
right of way to Houthern Pacific com
pany for a road through Pomona was
presented by friends or representatives
of said road. It was referred by ths
council to tbe city attorney.
One of the city council and several
property owners on the Immediate line
of the right of way asked protested
loudly against the measure in its pres
Tbe bonds of those licensed to run a
saloon were presented for approval, but,
not being dated, were "no go;" so the
council adjourned to meet again this
evening at 0:45 for tbe purpose ot ap
proving after this little informality
should be reotifled.
Tha people of this vicinity are a
church-going people to a great extent,
and the different churches will be well
attended. However, there are many
who often take recreation Otherwise—
visiting the different canons, seaside re
th??!. AVRfat Armory"
at 11 a.to, ftpcotsl choir and mtisHt Tor
ths occasion. All, especially old sol
At the Methodist chnrch Sunday
morning's subject, Lessons from the
SVar. Night subject upon The National
Guard and Kindred Organizations.
Women's'- Reliei corps are expected to
turn out en masse Monday and meet at
McComas) hall (or the purpose of collect'
ing and arranging flowers for Tuesday,
The Pomona College Glee club give a
concert at Holmes' hall, Claremont, on
next Tuesday evening, 30th inst., for
the benefit of the college library—a good
Tbe assertion is ventured that no
town In the state, or any other for that
matter, can excel Pomona for home
talent in the way of inusio, both vecal
and instrumental. Go where you will,
to any of our leading churches and you
bear a good choir; then at any of onr
home concerts or musical entertain
ments tbe same can be said. In short,
Pomona is a 6000 town with the church,
school, art and amusement privileges of
a 25,000 city.
Harvesting is going on lively round
about Pomona these days.
Master Ed O'Connor, who broke his
arm at the rink the other day, is doing
AROUND THE COURTS.
Items Picked Up Anions; the Varloas
Yesterday afternoon tbe United States
court in tbis city received the regular
notice from the United States circuit
court that the judgment ol Judge Ross
in tbe two Itata cases had been affirmed
by that court. This finally disposes of
theso celebrated cases.
Mrs. C. B. Hazlett was granted a di
vorce by Judi<e Clark yesterday from X,
J. 1 lasdett, on the ground of desertion,
and was allowed to resume her former
name of Mrs. 0. B. Darrow.
13 the caae Gordon vs. Innes et al., a
foreclosure suit for $13,200, Judge Van
Dyke yesterday appointed J. F. Men
sdenhall receiver of the property securing
Hugh Hilgenetock, a native of Ger
many, was admitted to citizenship yes
terday by Judge Van Dyke.
NKW SUITS riLKD.
Among the documents tiled In ths
county clerk's office yesterday were the
Charles Formnn vs. W. A. Vander>
cook et al.; suit of foreclosure for $1500.
George P. Barigbt vs. Flovd Higgins
et al.; suit for foreclosure for $351.
John Wilson vs. John MoConnaohie
and Frank Sabichi, executors of Bridget
Wilson, deceased, etal.; suit to quiet
title to the property devised by the de
John Wolfekill vo. Lewis S, Hoytetal.;
ouit of foreclosure for $HOO.
J. C. Mat-nirc vb E. D. Gibson, aS
sheritl; suit for $'2000 for Bale of certain
property under execution.
Divorce proceedings have been com
menced by Mary Karstens vs. Henry
A. Southworth vs. A. L. Austin arid
srlfe; suit to procure a deed to lots 11,
30 and 37, block A, Throop tract, city,
ior posnestjiou of the property and $600
Once lost, it is difficult to restore the
hair. Therefore be warned in time, lest
you become bald. Skookum root hair
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