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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
SANTA ANA.
15»rt Bnjrt Who Ran A««r From Horn*.
lioaiU Affair..
Santa Ana, Oct. 21.—Parents in Santa
Ana who have the responsibility of
raising boys, in many oases find tbe
taa 1 . auything but a pleasant one. It
has turned out in many instances that
the boy that should have proved a joy
to the father's heart has brought noth
ing but sorrow and gray hairs. Only
l ist week two boys belonging to respect
ablfl families were sent to the reform
echool from this city because it was an
impossibility tor their parents to con
trol them. This morning as a Hirald
reporter was walking through the resi
dent portion of the city, on Fourth
utreet, his attention was attracted to a
couple of boys, one about 1 5 years old
and the other 10 years. The older one
was attempting to force the other to
accompany him, but the small one was
resisting with all his power. On in
quiry it was learned that the young
scamp had ran away from home
three days previous and had been
hiding away from his parents, sleeping
in loutbuildinge during the night. He
would slip into the house of his parents
when all were asleep and carry away
sufficient provisions to last him through
the day. He attempted to take a horse
and buggy belonging to his father but
was prevented b> some of the family.
This little fellow, scarcely in knee pants,
is the son of a well-to-do and highly re
spectable citizen of Santa Ana, and what
could have induced him to leave his
home is a mystery.
Nothing has been heard from Grimes,
the man iiberated on habeas corpus, and
who escaped before another warrant
could be issued.
Five tramps were brought before Just
ice Freeman this morning, who gave
them an hour in which to leave town.
Kditor Cabill of the Blade went to Los
Angeles today. ...
William McK.ee will leaverfor Arizona
in a few days. He thinks the dry cli
mate of the territory will be beneficial
to his health.
1 -.aifca Ancient Order of United Work-
Meeting at NeuTehall utat
the twenty-fifth anniversary of the
foundation of the order. Grand Recorder
Hershberg of Oakland gave those pres
ent a very interesting talk relative to.
the working of the order. In the coarse
of bis remarks he said that the order
had already paid ont $60,000,000 on in
surance of its members.
Carey R. Smith was re-elected presi
dent of the Southern Croquet associa
tion at its annual meeting, which was
held at Pomona this week. In the three
days' tournament held at that place,
Robert Flook and Carey R. Smith came
out champions.
Mr. Willita, the owner of Silkwood,
came home from Loa Angeles laat even
ing. He did not bring Silkwood home
with him, and in all probability the
black favorite will never make bia home
in Orange qaunty again, aa hia owner is
negotiating ihe sale of him.
Mr. Willita feels confident that Silk
wood can lower his record to abont 2:ofi,
or better.
G. U. Fry was-called to San Diego to
day on account of the dangerous illness
of his wife.
Justice Freeman sentenced Thomas
Morgan and Pedro Vaca to 10 days in
the county jail tbie morning for va
grancy.
The county of Orange haa been sued
by J. L. Holly et al., who wish to re
cover the amount of taxea and delin
quencies paid by them under protest,
, aa assessment for the purpose of con
structing the Bolbo drainage ditch. Tbe
total sum sued for amounts to $297.99.
If they should win their anit there are
similar claims that will be brought for
ward, and the taxpayers will have to
pay abont $10,000.
The usual services will be held at al)
the churches in the city Sunday.
While in Lob Angeleß yesterday Mar
shal Nichols was shown the picture of a
man who is wanted in San Diego on a
" charge of grand larceny. Tbe man
wanted goea by the name of Lewis
Mages, and ia a Swede.
Today Marshal Nichols saw a man on
the street who resembled the picture
shown him in the city, and he invited
him to accompany him to the city hall,
where he was put through an examina
tion, and as the description tallied in
every particular with the man wanted
in the bay city, he was taken the city
Jail to await tbe arrival of an officer, who
will bo here tbia evening to take him in
charge.
No tiding have yet been bad from Bro.
Nugent and wife of the defunct Journal.
M. Holland Ira Chandler were passen
, gers to Lob Angeles over the Santa Fe
this evening.
The Christian Endeavor convention,
which waa held at Taatin today, was
well attended.
The following newa items are from the
Fullerton Journal:
Our townsman, A. McDermont, haa
been quite eick for several days.
The fall crop of Irish potatoes in the
vicinity of Fullerton looks promising.
The directors of the irrigation district
will meet next Tuesday and will prob
ably make the tax levy for the ensuing
year.
Among the shipments from the depot
this week weae 15 carloads of corn and
barley.
It is estimated there are 55.000 sacks
of barley stored in the Fullerton ware
houses.
About 2000 sacks are being stenciled
at the depot with the name of the Ful
lerton Walnut Growers 'association and
the trade mark.
Two of our enterprising citizens,
Messrs, Geo. Case and Geo. Ruddock,
have invented a machine to grade and
polish walnuts and they inform us it
does the work in good shape. We have
advised the boys to apply for a patent.
.1. 0. Sheppard, who recently built
two long fills on the Botsford ranch, has
just completed three across the same
wash running through the Wilshire
estate. Now the proper thing for all
parties owning property between the
Botsford and Wilshire ranches is to
come to the front and do likewise. It
will not cost near as much to put in
these fills now as it will in a few years,
and the longer the matter is neglected
the more damage will be the result. In
some places the wash is between 200
and 300 feet wide. If this matter had
been taken in hand years ago and prop
erly handled many acres of the best
land in the Fullerton and Placentia dis
tricts could have been saved. Now is
the time to do something.
PASADENA.
Congregational Ohorch Concert—Today's
Services—Notes.
Pasadkna, Oct. 21.—The Congrega
tional enured wan well filled last even
ing to hear the concert given by the
ladies of tbe church under the super
vision of Mrs. Clapp. The large audi
torium was handsomely decorated for
the occasion, flowers being used in pro
fusion and presented a very pretty ap
pearance.
The programme as arranged proved
very entertaining, and the various se
lections were heartily enjoyed.
Prof. Wilde and Mr. Edwin Clarke
furnished the instrumental part of the
programme, which included several
beautiful selections. Prof. Wilde was
heard to excellent advantage on the
mammoth pipe organ, which did splen
did work under his skillful manipula
tion. His accompaniments to the vocal
selections on both piano and organ were
of a high order. Mr. Clarke was heard
in both violin and cornet solos, on either
of which instruments he is an adept.
The selections given lastevenlng were
much appreciated and several encores
demanded.
Among the vocal selections that of
Mrs. Clapp's Heaven Hath Shed a
Tear, was perhaps the most enjoyed,
while the ballad she gave as an en
core was very pretty.
Miss Elizabeth Janet was heard for
the first time in a concert in this city
and was given a hearty welcome. Her
mezzo-soprano voice was beard to ex
cellent advantage in Gounod's To
Spring, which she rendered very feel
ingly.
Professor Taylor and Professor Kyle
sang a duet from Martha, and were both
heard in solos, the former giving The
Worker by Gounod and the latter a se
lection from Hayden's Creation. Both
were received very warmly,
miss j'adst; intsr-rceirdant, lEv. Obyio.
and Mr. Kyle, rendered a selection by
Mendelssohn in a charming manner,
the voices blending almoet perfectly.
As • whole the entertainment was a
perfect success, and those engaged in it
are to be congratulated.
AMONG THE CHURCHES.
Rev. Florence Kollock will preach in
the Universalist church Sunday morn*
ing at the nsnal hour. Subject oi dis
course, Die Signs oi tbe Times aa Dis
cerned in the Columbian Exposition.
In tbe evening Margaret Collier Gra
ham will read the paper given by ber at
tbe woman's parliament on Reform in
Social Custom. Tbia admirable paper
attracted conaiderable attention. A
large chorus choir, under the direction
of Prof. Kyle, will furnish the music at
both the morning and evening services.
At the Congregational church Rev.
D. D. Hill will preach in the morning
aa usual. In the evening Rev. Allen
Heatings of St. Louis will occupy tbe
pnlpit.
The gospel service of the Young Men's
Christian association will be conducted
by N. J. R. Townaend tomorrow after
noon at 2 o'clock in Story's hall:
Rev. VV. H. Crabbe will preach at the
First Presbyterian church in the morn
ing, in the absence of Rev. Fife, who ie
in Oakland, No services will be held in
the evening.
The Christian Alliance holds ita regu
lar meeting tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock, at the Chicago Lawn, on North
Loa Roblea avenue.
The subject of Rev. Clark Crawford's
morning sermon at tbe M. B. church to
morrow will be Salvation by Way of
the Croas; in tbe evening, Revivals of
Religion.
NO CHRYSANTHEMUM FAIR.
In response to numerous queries
through the press and otherwise abont
the chrysanthemum fair, which it has
been the custom of the oharity organiza
tion society to hold every fall, the Her
ald is authorized to aay that none will
be held this year.
The society ia not greatly in need of
funds at present, and in any caae will
adopt other means of raising money. It
ia poeaible that later in the season a
charity ball may be given or an art ex
hibit held in the board of trade rooms,
which were fitted np by the society for
this purpose.
NOTES.
Laying of asphaltam on. Colorado
street will»recommence on Monday
morning.
Fair Oaks avenue, aouth of California
street aud north of Columbia, ia a dis
grace to the city and should be put in
condition at once.
The $1000 for the purchase of a Throop
scholarship has been placed in Mr.
Howe's hands, and the other $1000 will
be forthcoming coon.
The police report an unueual number
of tramps in town, they having Hocked
here from the north at the approach of
winter.
H. H. Button has purchaaed the sta
tionery store of W. E. England, on
North Fair Oaks, and will take posses
sion at once. Mr. England retires on
acconnt of poor health.
The circus billed for this place on the
25th recently played in Los Angelea and
received a roasting at the hands of the
press.
— A very pleasant social gathering of
young people met at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacobs, on Mary street, this
evening. The event was in honor of the
LOS ANGELES HERALD. SUNDAY MORNING" 1 OCTOBER 22. 18»3.
departure of Miss Aline Jacobs for her
old home in the south.
Mrs. J. 8. Glasscock and little son ar
rived this evening irom a three months'
eastern trip.
The lecture given by Mr. Masters at
Williams' hall this evening attracted a
large crowd.
The Bocial given by the young people
of the Universalist church last evening
was well attended. The cobweb
proved a source of much amusement,
and the unveiling process oonsumed
much time. The prizes were captured
by Masters Douhelt and Wilson. Re
freshments were served later.
SANTA MONICA.
The Hotel. Will Remain Open -The Klec
trle Light Plant.
Santa Monica, Oct. 21.—The tourist
or winter season is just setting in, and,
judging from the number of early ar
rivals, it will be an eminently successful
one.
At the Arcadia, the princely all-year
round house, the engagement of rooms
for the season is far more than its
host expected. The traveling public is
beginning to realize the benefits and
luxuries of a stay at the house, and be
fore many weeks it will be bb crowded as
daring the summer seasoa.
The farmers in the adjacent country
all report good crops and the warehouse
of the Jones interest is fairly groaning
with tbe golden grains stored within its
walls.
The hot ocean baths at the North
beach establishment are being liberally
patronized, and the management is
making arrangements for the erection
of a mammoth plunge, etc., which will
outdo anything of the kind south of the
Golden Gate.
Fishing is excellent, and hunting is
better than it has been for years past.
THE XI EC run LIGHT PLAHT.
Th* lamps and transformers for the
electric lighting of onr street! have ar
rived and are being tested by the em
ployees of the company preparatory _ to
being placed in position by the line
men. The lamps are of the very best
pattern and are the best we have ever
seen. About the 27th inst. the electric
current will be turned on and tbe city
will be lighted by electricity. In the
meantime the incandescent lamp for
stores and dwellings are being added in
numbers in every direction.
ITEMS FROM THE SOLDIERS* HOME.
The Keeley club is growing daily.
The finishing touches on the guard
house are being pat on and it ia a tasty
addition to the other buildings.
The superb cottage of Huperintendent
Goodalle is about completed.
Rev. I. M. Merlin Jones, rector of St.
Augustlne-by-the-Sea, delivered a lec
ture last night in the assembly ball on
Confirmation before a large audience.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Shader & Co. are making extensive
additions to their soda and mineral
water plant, having built a fine addition
to house it. Mr. Shader goes north in
a few days to attend to important buei
will branch out considerably.
Mr. S. K. Cripe has purchased the
Spooner property on tbe South side.
Tbe ladies of the Relief corps gave a
charming social on Thursday evening.
F. R. Jones of Atlanta, Ga., who has
been the guest of the Jones mansion for
some time has left for home.
Messrs. E. J. Vawter and Thoa. A.
Lewis are visiting the Shasta country.
Among the recent additions to the
Hotel Jackson registry are John White
field, R. E. Whitefield, J. Scott J enkins.
J. P. Andrews, San Francisco; L. B.
Ford, A. Holding, San Bernardino; W.
Sells, F. McMann, Columbus, Ohio; Dr.
C. H. Walker, Pasadena; Miss M. L.
Word, Grass Valley; H. R.Carter,T. B.
Summers, P. J. Reitz, Miss Alice Lell
hart, M. J. Wyatt, B. F. Giddings, Los
Angeles; J. E. Jones, Carson City, Nev.;
F. Freeman, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. W.
J. Trask, city.
TERMINAL ISLAND.
A Visit from Notables—A Fish Canning
establishment.
Terminal Island, Oct. 21. —The mem
bers of the irrigation congress who
came down here over the Terminal last
Monday, escorted by General Manager
and Vice-Piesident T. B. Burnett of the
Loa Angeles and Terminal railroad, and
General Bouton of Los Angelea, rode
through a stretch of country between
Loa Angeles and Long Beach that for
fertility of soil and resources has not its
equal in the country. It ia watered by
two rivers and aa it ia in the only arte
sian belt in the county every one of its
tene of thousands of acres can be, aa
many of them are now alroady, supplied
with water for irrigating purposes and
with the advent of population which,
owing to its advantages is sure to come,
and come Boon, it will be the most pop
ulous, prolific and valuable portion of
our county.
The California Fish company are en
larging their fish coring establishment,
which ia situated on the Terminal
wharf, ao aa to add on a canning depart
ment. Their fish wharf will be ex
tended so as to permit their putting up
a building 125 feet in length by 50 in
width. The genuine spotted sardine of
the Mediterranean makes itshome in the
waters of San Pedro bay and haa hith
erto been chiefly caught and used aa
bait, but tbanka to the enterprise of thia
company, our people will have the op
portunity of eupplying their tables with
a toothsome fish caught in American
waters, put up by an American com
pany, and according to the judgment of
experts a far superior lieh than ita for
eign rival.
The steam schooner Rival from Port
Bragg discharged a very superior cargo
of lumber, 337,000 feet at the Ganahl
company'a wharf, while the Lilliebonne
and Uncle John will follow with several
hundred thousands of feet from Hum
boldt, and tbe ship Wataon will bring a
cargo from Puget sound.
The motor sloop Alpha of the Califor
nia Fish company, and lota of Bailing
and other craft visited and revisited tht
scene of the wrecked steamer Newberi.
in Santa Monica bay with parties who
wished to view the wreck from the
decks of fast and cafe pleasure craft.
By the way, thia ia tbe only port be
tween San Francisco and San Diego in
which underwriters will insure vessels.
The pavilion will remain open right
along, as there is plenty of business to
warrant Mr. Beach in bo doing. It is
the beat sii-the-year-round resort on the
coast, and the clam and fish chowders of
tbe island pavilion have made tbe place
as distinctly (anions among epicures as
was Dowling's celebrated oyster house,
Wall street, New York.
The steam schooner Rival was un
loaded of its 337,000 feet of lumber in
28<, hours, and left Friday morning for
Hueneme to take on a oargo of grain for
San Francisco.
Quite a number came down Sunday,
and after bathing lunched at the pavil
ion, among whom were noticed: F. B.
Burnett, E. M. Jessop, Mr. Brunlng,
Mr. Crawford and family and two young
lady friends, Mrs. Cnrran and party,
and Mr. White of Los Angeles; Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Dean of Long Beach, Mr.
and Mrs. Sonsai and Mr. and Mrs. John
Herman, and family of San Pedro.
Judge J. 8. Emery, chairman of the
late irrigation congress, was so fa
vorably impressed with the place that
he told the writer he thought he would
bring bis family here next summer.
He says it plainly bears God's stamp
of approval as tbe plaoe for the harbor.
SAN BERNARDINO.
John Kennedy Fata a Bullet la His
Brain.
San B«b»ardino, Oot. 21.—Another
suicide has been added to the long list
of self-slaughterers, and, as is usually
the case, tbe self-murderer committed
the act in a hotel. He deviated from
the general rule by only writing a line,
while most of them leave a letter be
hind, in which they give their reasons
for ending life. Last Thursday John
Kennedy strolled into the office of the
New St. Charles hotel and placed his
name on tbe register, and was assigned
room 138 without any questions being
asked. He said he had just come from
Arrowhead Springs and was an archi
tect. He took his meals in the hotel,
and retired both Thursday and Friday
nights at about 10 o'clock. To
day the housekeeper tried the door
of the room assigned tbe unfortunate,
and as the key was still in the door, she
thought the inmate was still sleeping, so
she did not disturb him. Tbe room
was tried again at 2:40 this afternoon,
but was still locked. Mr. Urban and an
employee effected an entrance and
found Kennedy lying on the floor dead.
He had undressed himself and lay down
on the floor and wrapped the sheet
around his body, and, placing a pistol
to his head, pulled the trigger with his
thumb. Powder marks were visible over
the right eye. On the margin oi a news
paper he had written: "Wire George
Hinds, Wilmington, Cel.," and had ad
dressed the same to the coroner of San
Bernardino. He had carefully tied his
clothing up, and had even gone to the
trouble to tie a towel around his head
to keep his lower jaw from falling. Tbe
coroner took charge of the remains and
removed them to an undertaking parlor,
where tbe inquest will be held Monday
at 0 o'clock.
UNIVERSITY.
A Change In the Postoffloe—Other News
Matters. •
Univsrsitv, Oct. 21.—Word has been
received from Washington that Mrs.
Mary Hausbrough, wife of l>. Haus
brongh, has been appointed postmistress
for University postoffice, vice Mrs. R. C.
Talbott. The Herald correspondent in
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Sringa comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gists in 60c and $1 bottles, but it-is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co.only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
Los Angeles Carpet Co.
230 SOUTH SPRING STREET,
OUR OFFERINGS THIS WEEK
WILL PROVE A VERITABLE
HARVEST FOR CARPET BUYERS.
We have received over one hundred pieces New Goods, and
will make special prices to tempt you this week.
Los Angeles Carpet Co.
ANOTHER INSTANCE.
Catarrh of the Head, Throat
and Stomach
Yield to tbe New Method of Treat
ment.
Tbe marked efficiency of the new method of
treatment in general catarrhal derangement
and poisoning of the entire system is aptly
illustrated in tbe case of Miss B, Gondeh, of
831 Booth Los Angeles Street, who Says:
MISB B. GONDEN.
"For about eight years I had been troubled
with chronic catanh, but the past two years it
became so much worse that life was almost a
burden to me.
"I most always got up In the morning with a
dull headache, mostly above the eyes. My
hearing was Impaired; sometimes roaring In
ears, nostrils were stopped up, mucous dropped
into my throat, and a watery discharge from
nose, which was very annoying. The past
year 1 had a very annoying cough, some pains
through the chest and distress In stomach.
Also suffered with lost ot sleep at night, and a
tired feeling during the day.
"Beine advised by friends, j decided to try
Dr. De Monco and associated. Now I hare
notbiag to complain of: really, I feel like my
self again, Bare no hearUcnes, sleep splen
didly, and no more trouble with my stomach.
What more can I say—except to recommend all
sufferers to Dr. Do Monco and associates."
MAIL.
Patients unable to rlsll the office can be suc
cessfully treated by mail.
Question blank* sent free on applica
tion.
Only $5 a month for Catarrh and
kindred diseases. Medicines free.
The De Monco Mdisil Institute,
Located Permanently In the Newell and
Kader Building, Rooms 8,
4. c, 8 and 10.
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~ T WISH TO ANNOUNCE that I shall open with a c
& J- large line of High and Medium Grades of p
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I WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25th. I
*S Having been connected with the Shoe and Leather g
trade of Boston for over twelve years and personally O
ja acquainted with nearly all the manufacturers of the P
East that are in the lead for fine shoemaking, I have $
tn •-»
g selected the best. 5"
My footwear will be noted for Style, Durability
and Fit.
I have as Salesmen Mr. E. W. B. Johnson, of this
city, and Mr. O. C. Thompson, late with Streeter Bros. JtJ
of Chicago and formerly of Los Angeles. g
12Q SOUTH ST.
Telephone 38.
GOTTRELL PRESS
-AND
FOLDER
SALE.
A Great Bargain.
The Cottrell press an 1 folder on which the
H krai. r> was formerly worked off is offered for
for sale at a great bargain. Practically as good
as new. Also a vertical engine-
Apply to
AVERS & LYNCH,
HERALD OFFICE.
This is an unexampled bargain (or cash.
Incubators, Bone Hills, Alfalfa Ou.ters.
Everything for poultry keepers.
EDWIiN CAWBTON, 121 B. Broadway.
016 m
Kerekhoff-Cuzner
MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
.lainOffloe: LOB ANO-ILES,
'Wholesale Tard at SAN PEDRO.
Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasadena, Lamanda,
Arnsa, Burbank. Planing Mills—Lob Angeles
more:
Rambler Records!
At Los Angeles Sept. 30tb, Oct. 2d and 3d.
Carson Shoemaker, on a RAHBLIB. broke
the Coast reoord and won the great Southern
California 25-mile Team Race tor $250 Chal
lenge Cap. 'lime was 1 hour, 12 minutes aud
44m seconds.
Five of the six men comprising the great
Riverside Team RODE RAM BLURB.
In this 25-mile race RAMBLKRB finished
first, third, fourth and fifth.
.1 W. Cowan, on a RAMBLER, won the
"Half-mile Division Championship" —13
starters.
Casey Gastleman won the "One-mile Divi
sion Championship"
C. G. Spier won 2 mile Handicap; 0, A. Cow
an second; Phil Kitchen third.
ALL ON RAMBLERS I
At Sacramento, Monday, Oct. 2d, Wllber Ert
wardß, on a RAMPLER, won the I -mlie Handi
cap from - crutch in 2 minutes and 15 seconds •
the FASTEST MILK ever made In the west.
THOS.H.B.VARNEY,Agt.,
438 8. Spring St., Los Angeles.
1041 Market St., Sin Francisco.
S 23-suu-llt
Fashion Stables
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
LIVERY OUTFITS OF AIL DESCRIPTIONS.
Horses Boarded by Day, Week or Month at
Lowest Living Rates.
RIVERA & RIOS, Proprietor*.
Tel. 1751. [8-21 2m] 217-219 I. First «t
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