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IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
Uranrt .fury lodlctments-The Oonrtf
Klrer lm prim mania-
Santa Ana, Dec. 19.—rbe city trustee,
met last evening in regular session, all
members being present, President Ed
A petition signed by a large number
ot citizeni and tax payers was read, ask
ing tbat a cement sidewalk: be put down
on tbe east side of Main street, between
Fourth and Walnnt streets.
A protest against patting down the
walk was also read. Tbe protest was
signed by a number of heavy property
holders. The board seemed inclined to
order the work done, but after some dis
cussion it was decided to table the peti
tion, with tbe understanding that it
would be taken up again after the second
installment of texes should have been
paid, the pretestants agreeing to that
The petition for changing Monmoth
avenue to Met'lay was read and referred
to the city attorney.
The protests against opening np Syca
more street were taken up and consid
ered. Sam Hill wae earneet in his op
position to extending laid street, saying
that he opposed it because it would in
jure him personally, besidee it wonld be
a great injury to the public school
grounds. He said tbat should it be de
elded to open np said street the action
of tbe board would be contested in the
higher courts of the land if need be.
W. H. Spurgeon explained how the
public schools became in possession of
the school grounds. He informed tbe
board that it did not cost the people one
cent, but was a freewill offering from
A. S. Dunham thought it wonld be a
great injustice to bim to open the etreet,
because it would shorten bis lots tosucb
an extent that they would be depreci
ated in value.
The board pointed out tbat he wonld
be compensated for any damages tbat be
might incur Irom tbe opening of the
John McFadden stated tbat be Was
willing to donate euch part of his land
as would be required for etreet purposes
if the city wonld agree not to aseeee bim
Tbo protests were unanimously over
ruled and a commission appointed.
Jonathan Bowers, E. S. B. Rouse and
J. R. Congdon were appointed commis
President Edinger reported that no
settlement bad been reached in the Sec
ond street matter, but it was likely it
wonld be done by next meeting of tbe
Dr. Ball appeared in behalf oi the
city board of education to ccc what the
city trustees would do towards assisting
in putting in water for tbe west end
school. He stated tbat the board of
education was willing to puiobass tbe
pipe it tbe city would agree to do the
work of plnmbing and putting down the
pipe. They had decided to put in a
The city trustees thought that wonld
he too small to be oi any service to tbe
city, and agreed to pay the diflerenoe
between two and three inch pipe, and
would do tbe work in patting in the ex
Trasteee Wbiteon and Hervy were ap
pointed a committee to superintend the
work and ascertain the cost.
Qeorge Wilton called attention to tbe
bad condition of tbe north crossing at
Fifth and Main streete.
Ordinance 178, requiring water con
sumers to pay tbeir water rent at the
city hall on or before the 10th of eaeb
month was read and adopted.
An ordinance waa adopted accepting
Santa Ana street.
Justice Freeman performed tbe cere
mony that united in marrirge Louis A.
Jac Knged, 41 years of age, a resident of
Chicago, and Marian R. Peck, aged 28, a
resident of San Diego,
J. G. Talbott and sister, Zetllla, were
called to Oakland by tbe sadden
death ol their sletsr, Mre. O. H. Stark
weather. Mrs, Starkweather's father,
mother, two sisters and one brother
live here in Santa Ana, and a great
Died—ln Santa Ana, December 10th,
Charles Welch, aged 2 years, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Welch. Funeral Decem
ber 20th, at 10 o'clock, at the house.
Company F will give their fourth an
niversary ball at their armory on the
evening of New Year's day.
There will be a Japanese wedding en
acted at O. A. R. hall Friday evening.
Charles Forester has sold to Maty
Stevens ot Loa Angelea 14.73 aces in
Orange for $5000.
Mrs. J, L. Rice ia suffering from an
attack of grip.
Mrs. O. Q. Hard of Riverside will
take her part in tbe cantata Wednesday
Mr. I. G. Marks was arreated today on
a grand jury indictment, charging him
with embezzlement. While aecretary of
the acbool board, it ia charged tbat
Marka received $125 belonging to tbe
board that he never turned over to the
E roper authorities, bat appropriated to
ia own use. It ia to be hoped tbat Mr.
Marka will be able to dear himaelf and
leave no grounds for suspicion. He gave
bail in tbe sum of $1000, with T. P.
Nickey and F. H. Keith as bondsmen.
An indictment baa been found againat
Frederiok Simmona for forgery. Sim
none wae lately in tbe employ of the
Newport Wharf and Lumber company.
Mr. C. H. Lee, the oil man, and bia
family are down with tbe grip.
RTRVEYOR FINLEY MAEEB A REPORT.
8. H. Fialey, county surveyor, has
wads • report oi progien on tbe river
improvement work and ecorea come of
tbe grand jury for attempting to criti
cise hia work, inasmuch aa ho thinka
them incompetent to judge oi auch work.
We have great confidence in Mr. Finlev's
abilities aa an engineer and think he ia
doing aa well as auy one could do. The
following Mr. Finley aaya he beß ac
The levees along the banks were built
in various ways, according to the re
quirements of the case aud strain to be
brought on them, as follows: Filea,
brush and eand, 0000 feet; piles, plauka
andeand, 791 feet; heavy brush and
heavy earth, 7232 feet; light brush and
heavy earth. 2100 feet; heavy brush
without earth, 510 feet; lightbraab and
light earth, 2923 teet; light brush with
out earth, 1977 feet. Total feet ot leveea,
22,593, or about five and a bait mllea in
all. Thia ia more improvements than
was ever put on the river altogether
before, and we expect good results
BIIPKRIOII COURT PROC RE DINGS.
People VS. Dutheroe. Cause passed
People va. L. G. Brown. Set for trial
Commercial bank vs. W. H, Cloae
et al. Receiver ordered to collect from
F. O. Daniel, tbe tenant in possession,
the rents due at the time of his appoint
Palmer ye. C. D. Ambroae et al. De
cree of foreclosure for $3471 granted. R,
Y. William appointed commiasioner.
People va. I. G. Marks. Defendant
ordered to appear tor arraignment
People va. Uoldthwait. Same order.
People va. James. Same order.
People va. Jamea & Horr. Same
The Throop Celebration—The Patten-
Pasadena. Dec. 19.—The Throop cele
bration on Thursday next promises to
be marked down in tbe calender of this
city aa a red-letter day of the first mag
Of the many public spirited men to
whom Paaadena can point with justifia
ble pride none deserve a higher place
than tbe venerable founder of Throop
Polytechnic institute, and it ia but fit
ting that thia celebration ehould be an
event long to be remembered. The com
mittee in charge of arrangements has
succeeded in completing the programme
(or the day and have reason to ieel fully
satisfied with it.
Tbe exerciees at the tabernacle in the
aiternoon, commencing at 1:30, will
prove especially intereet in?. The list of
speakers contains the names ot several
of the moat brilliant speakers and lead
ing men oi tbe state, including Gov. H.
11. Markham and Judge Cheney, and a
number of prominent local speakers,
among them being l'rof. C. H. Keyes,
W. E. Arthur, Mayor Weed and Mr,
A feature of tbe afternoon will be the
presentation to Mr. Throop of a large
portrait of himself by W. E. Arthur.
Tbe banquet at Hotel Green in the
evening will be a brilliant affair. Plates
will be laid tor guests in tbe neighbor
hood of 300, taxing tbe immense new
dining room of tbe hotel to its tall
capacity. The toasts and responses
together with music promise to furnish
an evening of wit and pleasure long to
The marriage ol Mr. Henry J. Patten
and Miss Emma T. Heroin took place
last evening at the home ot .Mre. C. E.
Bangs, on Grand avenue in tbie city.
The ceremony, which wae performed
by Rev. N. G. File oi the Firat
Preabyterian church, waa witnessed by
a large number of friends ol tbe con
tracting partiea. The bouse waa very
prettily decorated for the occaaion,
(lowers being need in great prolnaion.
Tbe bride looked charming in a coetume
of white brocaded silk, embroidered, en
Both the young people have been in
tbe city but a abort time, Mrs. Patten
coming ont from the east about two
months ago aa the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Patten ia the nephew oi Governor
Beveridge ol Illinois and hae a number
of friends in thia vicinity.
Following tbe ceremony tbe bridal
party and guests eat down to an elegant
spread, after which the young couple
left on the evening train for a tour ol
the coaat. Tbey will, however, epend
the winter in Pasadena.
HELD IN (1000 BONDS,
David Coyle and Henry Sherk, the
two men arreated Sunday evening and
locked up charged with resisting an
officer, were arraigned before Justice
Merriam late last evening.
The preliminary trial waa set for to
morrow and bail filed in tbe caae of
Coyle at (1000 and Sberk at (500.
The latter succeeded in getting the
necessary security, but Coyle waa not
bo lucky, and waa taken down to the
Tbe caae of Coyle will ome np tomor
row morning at 10 a, m., while Sberk
will have a hearing at 2 o'clock in the
A dearth ol newe is noticeable in the
justice's and recorder's courts.
Persons having cast-off clothing which
can be worn will be doing a kind act by
leaving it at the office of the Charity
Organizatiou society, in the Arcade
block. The society baa a number of
calls ior clothing, especially for men,
and will ace that all ia properly dis
Seats are now on sale at tbe Pasadena
music etore for tbe production of Alvin
Joßlin at tbe opera house on Thursday
Governor Mnrkham ia expected home
John Hartwell, Charles Brown and
Joe and Grant Griswold left this even
ing for the mountains in search of the
remains of Mr. T. C. Winston, for which
a reward of $600 hae been offered.
All of the party are well acquainted
with tbe mountains and go well pre
pared for a long stay.
At a meeting of Company B, held in
the armory last evening, it was decided
to hold an annual anniversary celebra
tion on the eventa* of Jaasjetry Ittb,
LOS ANGELES HERALD' WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20. 1893
next. A committee waa appointed to
take charge ot the affair, consisting
of Lieutenant McGowan, Sergeant Case,
Muaician Brooks, Privatea Wagner and
A Justice or the Peace Has Bis Author
Santa Monica, Dec. 19.—A very
pleaaant afternoon'B excursion for those
visiting Santa Monica ia to tbe Soldiers'
Home. Taking the afternoon car of the
Santa Monica and Soldiers' Home horae
car line, they will have ample time to
inapect the home and hear a good con
cert by tbe Soldiers' Home band.
Mr. Belden of Belden & Cofran of San
Franciacevpoaat stents oi the Hartford
Insurance company, who haa been en
joying Santa Monica for a lew daya and
who waa delighted with the Arcadia,
hae left for home.
R. R. Tanner made a motion in de
partment one ot the superior court, be
fore Judge Smith, to set aaide tbe
amended information againat T. W.
Heart on the ground tbat I. A. Willis,
tbe committing magistrate, haa no suffi
cient title to tbe office he exerciaee.
The motion was taken under advise
ment. Judge Willis says he would like
to know it tbe appointment by the
board of supervisors, at the request of
100 of tbe leading citizens ot Santa
Monica, including tbe talented attorney,
and a proper and sufficient bond, ac
cepted by tbe board, ie not sufficient.
Parnell Oiroux, the 12-year-old son of
George Gironx, met with a severe and
painful accident yesterday morning
while horaeback riding, being thrown
at the corner of Seventh atreet and Ore
gon avenue. Dr. Hamilton ia attending
The Noon caae in Justice Twicbell's
court came to an end Monday night at
11 o'clock, when eight tired and worn
out jurymen brought In a verdict of not
guilty. The complaining witness in the
criminal charge aaya ehe will bring a
civil suit for tbe value of tbe wood, and
Zue G. Peck, her attorney, haa been In
structed accordingly. Noon and hia
lrienda were jubilant in consequence of
Mr. Leonard Grover, when his come
dians played here in tbe Wolves of New
York, made tbe magnanimous offer to
tl.ose who were in attendance, tbat tbey
were invited to come to Loa Angeles
when they were playing tbe piece at the
Grand opera house.' The Southern Pa
cific, I understand, will run a special
to accommodate the playgoere.
Santa Monica by the Sea, Chapter No,
113, O. E. 8., installed its newly elocted
office re for ths enauing year. Dr. C. W.
Bush, past patron of Acacia Chapter,
and a number, of viaiting etare ahone or
twinkled upon the occasion and assisted
tbe affair pleasantly, cloaing with a sup
Street Superintendent Lowman la
busy these days getting ready for winter
rains, etc. Culverts have been placed
on tbe crossings on Utah avenue and
Sixth and Seventh atreets, also one near
the Southern Pacific track and Fourth
street, and a ditch has been dug from
Railroad avenue and Seventh atreet to
the Southern Pacific track to empty in
the arroyo to carry off the storm water.
Mr. Jacob Hodge has concluded to
build a brick block on bis Third street
property, tbe excavating having already
E. D. Suits haa handsomely dressed
his store already in honor of the ap
proaching Christmaa, it presenting a
J. M. Thompson of Placerville ia viait
ing hia brother, Mr. Thos. Tbompaon.
R. S. Androa, who ie visiting tbe
coast, ie spending a few daya aa the
guest of Mrs. H. M. Lewis.
Among the recent arrivals at the Ho
tel Arcadia are: J. H. Shankland, Dr.
Chaa. DeSizgetby, Loa Angelea; Mra. A.
Marka and child. Dr. J. F. Morae, Henry
V. Belden, San Franciaco; Wm. T,
Smith, Mr. and Mra. F. Keith Taylor,
New York; John V. Betz, Philadelphia;
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McKay, Oakland.
Christmas Day Itacea Arranged- Local
San Bernardino, Dec. 19. —On Christ
mag day a splendid race programme has
been arranged to take place at Cole's
track. T. B. Adams and J. Sanford have
taken charge ol the affair and propose
to give a day's square racing. The en
tries will cloae December 21. at 5 p. m.,
and ehould be aent or delivered to Cbas.
Bernard ol the Pabat, where pools wilt
be aold Saturday evening, December 23,
and also at the track on the day of tne
racea. A free-for-all road race ia first,
followed by a road race tor horses with
out a record. Then comes tbe mile dash
for the 2:40 trottera. A three-eighths
of a mils running and repeat will oc
cupy tbe attention of tbe audience next.
Tbe free-for-all running race will come
just beiore the mile hurdle, which will
conclude the programme. Some fact
horses have been entered and a splendid
day's sport ia asaured. Tbe hurdle race
haa never been Been on the local track
and will doubtleaa draw a good crowd
alone, while the other events will prove
Col. T. J. Wilaon of tbe Southern Pa
cific ia in the Angel city on business.
R. J. (ruthrie ia taking in the sights
at Loa Angelea.
Governor Markham and wife are so
journing at Arrowhead springs.
Every overland train from the eaat in
creases tbe floating population of thia
Tbe exhibit recently brought from
Chicago ia being fumigated and reno
vated for use at the midwinter fair.
W. T. Mitchem, the portly city agent
of tbe Santa Fe, made a flying trip to
Loa Angelea today.
The grand jury ia etill in session, bat
is expected to report this week.
Tbe proposition to bona the county
ior the purpose of repairing the county
roada, ia being discussed at present by
the property owners.
When Baby was sick, we gare her Castoria.
When she waa a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miaa, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
she Sicrole auction ad—sate 2.
FOLLOWING our usual JT HAS always pleased our
custom, we again offer as patrons to receive
AChristmasGiftto A Turkey For a
All Our Patrons ru • + r-Pf
Making of Ds a IfMB4 Christmas Gift
$10 Purchase or , *°* *»
More a Fine $_mf^^
Live Turkey. T^TTI^T-
V Marked in Plain
See them in our middle Figures, and Our
show window. (^^ML-^-^^^^y V V Prices As Low as the
We Will Start the Ball Lowest-
Rolling Monday, and 11 is Qot <l c l uest i° n of
f- .... o . j i profit now. We want to dis-
Continue till Saturday pose of quantities of goods,
Evening, the 23d. * n addition to l° w prices
Sf l uare treatment, we
, A , . , jtrißttiH offer this special inducement
Don t fail to pet a turkey. •<*&^ r *amk_) r t 1 r cm • ,
, T 1 , J hi -v—w of a iurkey for Christmas.
Have a drumstick with us. jQJ|fw|>
Turkeys Free . _,f—y2 _,/> r~~S> Turke y s Free
All This Week A " Th ' S Week
w . t , , - , vXiwl/fffl/f 'A/11/(2 With a purchase of $10 or
With a purchase of $10 or iaM * B! M ,---"-" ,M more
CORNER SPRING AND TEMPLE STS.
Liberal Subscriptions to the Electric
Pomona, Dec. 19.—At the mass meet
ing held in the opera house last night,
called by the Pomona board of trade for
fostering and aiding the proposed Po
mona-Claremont electric road project,
which President Baldwin, through hie
indomitable energy aa its prime mover,
haa eucceesfmly carried through co far
unaided, raising the necessary amount
required, except (3000, the following
statement of facta given out upon print
ed slips distributed throughout the au
dience, made clear the object of calling
together thia vast gathering:
STATEMENT OF FACTS.
C. W. Foote of Cleveland, 0., baa con
aidered tbe building oi an electric road
to Claremont from Pomona, together
with other branches to various neighbor
ing towna. Certain representations have
been made to him aa to cost of electric
current, water for apiinkling, rails de
livered, and ties. Assuming tbe truth
of these statements, be haa agreed to
build tbe road to Claremont at once if a
oertain amount oi aubaidy ie raiaed. Thia
aubaidy ia now at leaat $4000 abort of the
minimum amount agreed upon. A large
proportion of tbe property owners along
tbe route have subscribed—many as
much aa 65 centa per front foot. Clare
mont'a subscription will aggregate about
$3000. We now ask Pomona to subscribe
at leaat $300. This will, in my judg
ment, secure tbe building oi the road at
once, with power house equipment
equal to the demands oi tne other
branch roade, ao tbat these can be
added at tbe coat of conatruction of
roadbed and provision of tbe cara. In
aaeiating thia first enterprise we are
making provision for all tbe extensions,
aa 1 underatand from Mr. Foote that all
he will require after aucoeeaful inaugu
ration of tbe Claremont enterprise will
be tbe building of tbe roadbeds. Thia
must be done by the property owners
along the route, and will not exceed 40
to 50 centa per foot.
C. G. Baldwin.
In view of the statements upon tbe
reverse of this blank and for the pur
pose oi aeaiating the proposed enter
prise, I agree to make to C. W. Foote or
order three payments of $ each, aa
followa: Three months, one year and
two yeara after tbe completion and op
eration oi the Claremont road.
Upon ita face wae a pledge in tbe form
of a conditional subscription, and upon
which $1500 waa raiaed in ten mimitea'
time, the largeat aingle subscription
amounting to $300 (SIOO a year ior
Those volunteering subscriptions laat
night, Prof. Baldwin stated, would not
be called upon again. Private sub
scriptions prior to thia have been large,
onr business men giving ireely. The
Pomona Land and Water Company's
aubacription ia $4800, while the next
largeet from an individual or corpora
tion amounta to $950; another $500.
Claremont'e will aggregate $3000; laat
night'e popular aubacription, aa haa
been said, in round numbers, amounta
Half oi the required amount was
raiaed laat night, and that in 10 min
utes too, aa Preaident Baldwin etated, if
successful, and he felt that it would be,
in securing $3000 nnd wae unable to
secure tbe fourth $1000, he would sub
acrlbe tbat amount himself rather than
let the project fall through. #
The meeting was a very enthusiastic
one and one largely attended, tbe ball
being crowded to ita utmost capacity,
everyone being in sympathy with the
The advantages to Pomona from auch
a road were set forth by apeakere picked
from among our buaineaa men, Clare
mont'a interest not being neglected, as
she had representatives to tell ber aide
oi tbe atory from among the students
and reeidente of tbat euburban place.
Oi tbe maniieat benefita to thia section,
snrely after laat night'a able presenta
tion of tbe matter, Pomona, Claremont
and neighboring placea are now well
Friend Packard'a "get off" on tbe old
time San Antonio avenue atreet railway
with ita "two little white mules" and
the "two trips" a day, as being "tbe
main feature" in "horning and nutur
ing" our fair suburb, Claremont, brought
down the house last night.
Stein, the veritable "Phil," when he
discovered tbat he who waa to be his
coadjutor in the showing up of what
effect the electric road would have upon
the interests oi trade, manfully took the
bull by the horns in hie usual witty way
and acquitted himself well.
The city council meets tonight, and it
may be said that it will finally act upon
tbe matter of a subsidy towards the
electric railroad ecbeme, in the item of
paying so much for Btreet eprinkling
along the line of said road in the city
The little 16-montha-old child of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Wpber died at about 7
o'clock thia morning and will be buried
Mr. L. C. Mclntoah, Weatern Union
operator at this point, and Miaa Mar
guerite Ward, sister of Mrs. J. M. How
ard of thiß place, were married in Loa
There 'is no doubt that Father Fisher
has many friends lv this vicinity who
will be glad to welcome his early ex
pected return from the old country.
The Christmas entertainment by the
congregation of the Baptists, for the
benefit of the little ones of that denom
ination, will take place on Monday night
The Baptist Y. P. O. E. society are to
have a social at the residence of Prof.
Esterly this evening. Carriages are to
etart from the church and three other
convenient pointa from about 6:30 to 7
o'clock to convey thoae desiring to at
Mr. E. A. Padgham ia one of tbe lat
est victims to la grippe.
Colonel Wood of Arrowhead waa in
town today for a few houre.
We hear that City Marshal Lorbeer
or some of hie aids discovered a lot of
trampa in a barn in tbe vicinity of tbe
laundries who had a calf tied up, pre
sumably for tbe purpose of carrying it
out far enough from town to kill and eat
it. He put an end to their little game
by turning the calf free, and causing
them to crawl out and down.
Borne Notable Kutrles In the Coining
Riverside, Dec. 19.—The races ar
ranged by the polo club to take place at
Hali's track southwest of town will
prove very intereating. Following these
events will come a free-for-all three
quarter-mile dash, and a 2:40 trotting
race. The following programme will
conatitute the day'a sport:
Six furlongs—For ponies owned by
membera of any polo club. Handicap;
top weight 178 pounds. Entrance, $1 to
go to aecond; $30 to drat.
One mile—For poniea owned by mem
bera of any polo club. Handicap; top
weight 175 pounds. Entrance, $1 to go
to second; $30 to first.
One mile over eight hurdlea 3 feet 0
inchea high—For poniea owned by mem
bers of any polo club. Top weight 168
pounda; four pounds allowed for every
ball-inch under the standard. Entrance,
$1 to go to aecond ; $30 to first.
Consolation, four furlonga — For
poniea that have started, and not run
Ist or 2d. Top weight 175 pounda;
weight for inches, $15 tolat; entrance
$1, to 2d.
Handicappera—Mesara. Woods, Bett
ner and Waring.
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Entries to polo races to G. L. Waring,
close Dscember 23, 1893.
The programme for other racea will
be as follows: Running three-fourth
mile dash —Free-for-all, purse $50; 10
per cent entrance; 75 per cent to Ist,
25 per cent to 2d.
2:40 trotting—Free-for-all; purse $75;
10 per cent entrance : 75 per cent to Ist,
25 per cent to 2d.
Entries for last two races to J. E.
Hall, close December 27, 1893.
J. W. Nance and wife pased through
town today from Perris en route to Los
Dr. H. Royer, manager of the Lake
View Hotel, is in town.
Mrs. Dungan, sister of Supervisor
Loveland, arrived yeßterday from Eu
reka and will remain.
Charles Alkire and Cal Merrill, of the
recorder's office, made a business trip to
.San Bernardino yesterday.
The supervisors have made another
appropriation of $1000 fur the midwinter
E. O. Kemptner and Kattie Patty
have been granted privilege to marry by
tbe county clerk.
The conditiou of the city and county
jail is attracting the attention of the city
authorities just at present.
Compton, Dec. 18.—Extensive prepara
tions for a union Christmas tree at the
hall are being made.
Dr. Sivartba again lectured for the
church of tbe New Era yesterday, and
the audience was much larger than
at any previous meeting.
Mies Minnie Stephens returned this
evening from a few days' visit in Los
The electric lights along Professor
Lowe's mountain railway look very
beautifnl from here, and should be a
good advertisement for the road.
Sunday evening a bay horse strayed
from the place of J. D. Weseinger, and
has not been heard from since.
Albert Kingsbury was found guilty of
petit larceny in Judge (iaines'e court
this morning, and will receive hie sen
tence at 4:30 today.
Long- Beach, Dec. 19. —The pupils of |
the Long Beach and Whittier grammar
schools will engage in a football contest
at Long Beach, Christinas day. A good
game may be looked for, ac the boys
have been training hard.
The following are the players and
their respective positions:
l/ong Beach. Whittier.
Will Truax Center Worn!
ireely and Johns. Right wing. Gulnand Wildev
Sullivan and Hill . Left tvlng. Jordan and Ballev
bowers Bight half back Lambert
Eaiitman I,til ball nek Weed
mifnth Center half back Bailey
Wilson Right back Wilson
tf tidrlckson .. Left back Bailey
vt illlams Goal keeper Francis
The church at the corner of Pico and
Flower streets was robbed ol various
1 articles night before last.
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