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CHRISTMAS AT THE CHURCHES.
Some of the Services Arranged
Special Features Will Be Made of
■any Plaeaa of Worship Will Be Open
■ad at Variety of Hervloea Have
Been Provided for the
This ii the time ol tbe year when
everybody ii given a chance to unboiom
themselves) and gladden the hearts of
those upon whom (ortua bae frowned
for tbe past twelve months. The
churches eapecially exert themaelvee in
making Christmas tbe one bright day
of tbe many. Extensive preparations
have been made by tbe various churches
in providing tbe annual festival enter
tainment and tree for tbe children,
while at several will be served a splendid
Christmas dinner, where all tbe children
in the land are invited. Some manner
of devotional services will also be held
at the churches. The children of
Trinity Methodist church were treated
to tbeir tree last evening while the
hearts of the little ones st the Temple -
. street Christian church were gladened
in similar manner.
sr. vicbnt's .churcb.
At St. Vincent's Catholic church, cor
ner ol Grand avenue and Washington
Btreet, tbe services will be of a very
solemn and imposing character. Tbe
altars will be decorated witb flowers
and illuminated by numerous candles,
while the ceremonies of the mass will be
in keeping witb the joyous occasion.
Very Rev. J. W. Htckey, 0. M., tbe rec
tor of tbe parish and president ol St.
Vincent's college, who is well known
for his ability as an orator, will deliver
tha discourse. Rev. M. V. Richardson
will officiate as celebrant; Rev. J. A.
Linn ac deacon and Rev. J. T. Hoover
The music will form a feature of tbe
celebration, and the music to be ren
dered is as follows:
Kyrle, from Hayden's Imperial Mass.
Ulorla, from Mnzart's Twelfth Mass.
Veal. Creator (Bchallert), tenor solo—C. S.
Credo, from Haydn's Messe Pontlflclal.,
Adeste Flde.es, Novello.
Sanctus, Gounod, solo and chorus.
O Balutarls (Bach), soprano solo—Miss Kim
Agnus Del, from Beethoven's Mass In 0.
Postlnde (Mendelssohn)— Prof. T. Wilde.
Tbe following well known singers com
prise the chorus: Sopranos: Misses
Katherine Kimball, Bertha Roth, Dora
Hovel and Mrs. Josephine Kannon.
Altos: Mesdaines 0. S. Walton, J. J.
Schallert, J. Alton and Miss Helen Roth.
Tenors: Messrs. C. J. Ellis, 0. b.
Walton and E. V. Naud.
Bassos: Messrs. F. A. Walton, J.
Killian and Dr. M. Fernandes.
Frof, A. Lowinsky will play the violin
obligates throughout the service and
Prof. T. W. Wilde will preside at the
The mass will begin at 10:30.
ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CUURCH.
The first vespers of Christmas will be
held at 7:45 this evening with full
choral service and Festival Magnifi
cent by Novello.
The rector, tne Rev. Robert Oray.
will read instead of the sermon a se
lection of famous Christmas carols. Be
fore tbe benediction the oboirwill sing
tbe solemn litany of the Holy Christ,
Jeeus. The offertory will be Uonoud's
As tbe choir leave the ohurch in the
evening tbe edifice will be illuminated
brilliantly in commemoration of our
On tomorrow evening there will be a
celebration of the holy communion at
8 and 9 o'clock. At 11 o'clock there
will be a grand iestival service witb
sermon and appropriate music.
In tbe evening will be held a Christ
mas feast in St. Paul's guild ball at 7
o'clock. Games, a Christmas supper,
tree and a generally pleasant entertain
ment will be provided for all children
wbo may desire to attend.
v. w. c. A.
Mrs. Abbie Snell Burnell of Pomona
will address tbe Young Womsn's
Christian association at tbe First Meth
odist church on Broadway this afternoon
at 3 Ab. Mrs. Burnell is a most interest
ing speaker, and will illustrate llle in
India witb costumes. All young women
are cordially invited.
Christmas Thoughts for Young Women
will be presented at tbe Park Congrega
tional church this evening by tbe gen
eral secretary of tbe Young Women's
Mrs. Z. D. Matthews, president of the
board of managers, will speak ol the
work in this city.
Christmas alternoon at the Y. W. C.
A. rooms there will beaquiet "at home"
gathering, when all young women not
otherwise engaged are specially invited.
Humes, music and light refreshments
will add to the pleasure of those present.
Come and bring a friend with you.
•BURCH OF OUR LADY OF THE ANGELS.
High moss at 5 o'clock. English ser
mon on Tbe Nativity by Rev. Joseph
Noonan. High mass at 10:30 a. m.
Spanish sermon by tbe rector, Rev. M.
8. Liebana. The music will be De Mon
ti's mass witb full orchestral accompa
niment. There will be masses during
the intervening hours. Altar beauti
FIRST M. E. CHURCH.
There will be a special Christmas
service tbis morning with extra fine
music. In tbe evening the music will
be especially entertaining, one anthem
: being taken from tbe Messiah. On
Christmas day at noon the children will
be entertained at dinner by tbe Sunday
school of the church. The W. C. T. U.
will hold services in the evening.
At the First Presbyterian church there
will be tbe regular services tbis morn
ing, witb special musical programme.
Mra. M. E. Aver will eiug a solo from
Tbe children will bave an entertain
ment, Mr. Howard giving om of his
, object lessons. The followisjt young
I laaies will recite: Misses Halfie Pier
aon, June Lighthold, li. Lockwoad, May
Lindley. There will also be songs by
tbe primary class.
Tbe Christmas entertainment of the
Orphans' home will be held at tbe cor
' ncr of Yale and Alpine streets, Tuesday
afternoon, beginning at 2 o'clock. Miss
Allrey, Miss Foy, Mies James and oth
ers will assist. The public is invited.
Tbe little folks at tbe Third Congre
gational Sabbath school are preparing
to have a good time this Christmas.
They will have a grove of trees tomor
row evening, together with recitations,
songs, etc. The ticket of admission to
every one will bo something for the poor
in the way ol fruit, \ egetables, groceries,
etc. Everybody invited.
THE MIDWINTER FAIR, ,
Ths Connty Commlasloners Hold an
The Los Angeles county midwinter
fair committee met at the chamber yes
terday afteruoon. Mr. J. S. Slauoon oc
cupied the chair, and Mr. C. D. Willard
waa secretary. Mr. Woodbridge of the
olive oil committee moved that his com
mittee include the work necessary to
other kinds of essential oils, wbicb wae
Mr. I,ankers!iim reported that the
committee on dried fruits had been un
able thus far to secure any donations,
but tbat there were come splendid sam
ples that could be purchased.
Prof. Keyes of the educational com
mittee reported that no appropriation
bad been made to get up the exhibit.
It was moved and carried that the
board of supervisors be requested to ap
propriate $201) for ttiis purpose.
It was decided to employ an expert
Tbe citrus fruit committee reported
tbat tbe necessary frnit will be furnished
by the various fruit exchanges.
Tbe honey, committee reported that
tbey were going to have a sweet exhibit,
and one that would wax all previous
shows of tbe kind.
It was decided that the relief map of
tbe county wonld be placed tint on the
floor instead of at an angle of 45 degrees.
Artist J. Borglum reported that the
managers had cut down apace and that
he would like to have tbe original
amount. It was decided to request that
Mr. Borglum be given tbe space prom
The wine committee reported they
were undecided as to whether they
would exhibit in tbe design of a house
or a large bottle. Tbe matter was dis
cussed at some length, but no conclu
sion was arrived at.
THE CITRUS FAIR.
IT WILL BE HELD IN SAN FRAN-
CISCO IN FEBRUARY.
The Citrus Fruit Grawors Held a Meet-
Ins; Yesterday—A Decision as to
the Manner of Meeting
The citrua fruit growers met at the
chamber of commerce yeaterday to dis
cuss tbe preliminaries for tbe citrus fair
wbich will be held in San Francisco
during the midwinter exposition. C. D.
Willard called the meeting to order and
C. E. Bemis of Covins wae chosen chair
man. R. H. Young of San Diego acted
Mr. Willard stated the object of the
Mr. Young aaid tbat the executive
committee of tbe Southern California
counties was responsible for the citrus
growers of Orange and Santa Barbara
counties, wbich were not represented.
He suggested tbat a general citrus fair
committee be appointed.
Explanations were offered by Mr. Wig
gins. The present executive committee
has all the work it can well attend to,
and there should he a separate organ
ization to arrange matters at this end of
It waa decided that the general com
mittee should be composed of three
members from Los Angeles county, three
from San Bernardino, three from River
side, 2 from Orange, 2 from San Diego,
and one from each of the other counties
that may be represented.
Mr. Young moved that the members
of the Southern California executive
committee be added to the general com
mittee, making about 30 members in all.
Mr. Wiggins called attention to the
fact tbat freight would probably be
charged for goods to be sold, but there
might not be any charge for fruit not
After a general discussion it was de
cided to hold the Southern California
Citrus fair from Tuesday, February 20,
to Saturday, February 24, inclusive.
Mr. Willard stated that tbe last citrus
fair had cost about $9000, and suggested
tbat it would be more just to take the
expenses out of the premiums than to
charge an admission fee.
Mr. Young remarked that tbe Loa An
geles people would raise from $12,000 to
$15,000 for tbe fair, and tbat the citrus
growers should furnish tbe fruit.
An orange grower oppoaed tbe project
of taking the expense money from tbe
Mr. Willard remarked he believed
that all of the fruit needed would be
furnished. He saw no injustice in a4O
per cent assessment on the premiums
Superintendent Wiggins said there
were about 400 entries at the laet cilrue
Mr. Young spoke in favor of the 40
per cent assessment on the winners.
Mr. Scott Chapman moved that the
premium liet be subject to an assess
ment of 40 per cent, to wbich may be
added sums obtained from the sale of
fruit donated to the associasion. The
latter clause waa finally stricken out and
the motion carried.
A recess waa taken to give an oppor
tunity to select names for the general
committee. Members of the committee
were appointed aa follows: Los Angelea
county—C. E. Bemis, Scott Ohapman
and A. C. Thompson; San Diego
county—J. E. Boal, W. C. Kimball; San
Bernardino countv—E. Waite, William
Friend, W. F. Grow.
Committee on premiums—Loa An
geles county, C. D. Willard ; Santa Bar
bara county, Harleigh Johnson ; Grange
county, H. K. Snow; Ventura county,
F. A. Foster; San Diego county, R. H.
Committee on judges—Messrs. Bemis,
Foster, Johnson, Frend, Newberry and
It was decided tbat the executive
committee prepare tbe rules for tbe
The special committees will meet at
10 a. in. next Tuesday aud tbe general
committee at 2 p. m.
The meeting then adjourned.
A Child Knjoys
The pleasant flavor, gentle action and
soothing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father
or mother be costive or bilious, tbe
most gratifying results follow its use;
ao tbat it is the boat family remedy
known and every family should have a
Smith's Dandraff Pomade
Cures dandruff and stops falling hair;
never fails. At Off &;Vaughn's, drug
gists, Fourth and Spring streets.
LOS ANGEI.ES HERALD* SUNDAY MORJfYNG, DECEMBER 24. 1893
NEWS ABOUT THE RAILWAYS
Meeting of the Southern Cali
fornia Road's Directors.
Pomona's Endeavor to Get an Elec
trie Road from Claremont.
H. B. Huntington Dubious About
Southern , I'aclfle Kxtenalons
Hereabouts —Some Gen
eral News Matters.
Tbe expected has arrived and the
great Santa Fe company has gone into
a receiver's, —or rather three of them, —
hands. Full details will be found in tbe
telegraphic news coiumns.
It is not thought that tbe move will
affect tbe system in California as re
gards its management, nr officers.
K. H. Wade, chairman; Dan Free
man, J. N. Victor, Simon Levi, Herman
W. Hellman, Richard Egan, T. D. Stim
son and L. C. Waite, directors of the
Southern California railway, met yes
terday and adopted the following reso
lutions, which explain themselves:
Reßolved, that the members of this
board have received with profound sor
row the announcement of the death of
the late George C. Msgoun, a member
of this board, and a member and
chairman of the board of directors of the
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad
Resolved, that we hold iv high esti
mation tbe memory cf ttie decerned as
one of the greatetU financiers of the
world, and especially for the great serv
ices be has rendered, and the signal
ability he has manifested in shaping the
finneial policy of the great Atchison, To
peka and Hanta Fe system, and
Resolved, that a copy of these resolu
tions be forwarded to the president of
the board of directors of the Atchison,
Topeka and Santa Fo railroad company.
Resolved, That thia board profoundly
regrets the fact that failing health com
pels Frank H. Pattee, for many years
assistant secretary, treasurer and tax
commissioner ol this company, to ten
der hia resignation; and,
Resolved, Tha. in the withdrawal of
Mr. Pattee this company loses one of ite
moet efficient and faithful officers; one
wbo haa never varied irom tbe conscien
tious performance of tbe duties of bis
Rseolved, Tbat a copy of these resolu
tions be ssnt to Mr. Pattee.
The underpinned, resident members
of the boaid oi directors of the Southern
California Railway company, K. H.
Wade, chairman, extend to the officers
and employees.nf the company the com
pliments of tbe season, and take tbis
opportunity of tbankiug them, on be
half of tbe company, for tbe efficiency
with wbicb tbey, each and all, bave
performed their duties during the past
year, snd for their hearty co-opetstion
in successfully conducting its affaire.
Mr. Godfrey HolterhofT was then
unanimously elected to fill the vacancy
caused by Mr. Pattee'e resignation.
This selection was one tbat does credit
to the board. Mr. Holterhoff bae been
in the employ of the company since its
inception, and before waa one of tbe
prime movers in tbe organization and
construction of tbe line from San Diego
to Colton via tbe Temeeula caflon. He
haa been cashier and paymaster since
1888. He is a young man of remarkable
business ability and fine social quali
Pomona's Klootrlo Bead.
The attendance at tbe mass meeting
in the opera house on Monday night
ehowed that the people are greatly in
terested in tbe Claremont electric rail
road enterprise, in which President
Baldwin of tbe college bas worked ao
bard and efficiently.
Except for one or two changes of
speakers, the programme published in
The Progress of last week was carried
out in full. The advantages of a system
of electric railways leading to different
part b of the valley, and particularly to
Claremont, were fully eet forth. The
people of Claremont reported that tbey
want rapid and frequent transit to Po
mona, snd tbe people bere want them
to have it; and everybody admits tbat
the rosd would be of great convenience
and value to all tbe people living or
owning land along the line between tbe
two places. Claremont has contributed
$3000 and Mr. Baldwin asked that Po
mona give an equal amount. He said
if that were done C. W. Foote, a capi
talist and railroad builder of Cleveland,
Ohio, would come to Pomona as feet as
tbe cars could bring bim, and the work
of constructing the road would begin at
once and the line be in operation within
ninety days from January 1. Blank
pledges were circulated among tbe
audience and about $1500 secured at
Mr. Baldwin ought to have little dif
ficulty in getting pledges for the balance
of tbe amount needed to close the con
tract with Mr. Foote. Pomona has
never had such opportunities within her
immediate grasp as at present.
The S. P's Chino Branch.
Pomona Progress: H. E. Huntington,
J. C. Stubba and other officials of tbe
Southern Pacific railroad company,
were in Pomona on Friday inspecting
the valley with reference to railroad ex
tension in the locality. Mr. Huntington
said that neither the Southern Pacific
nor any other of tbe railroad companies
are in financial condition to engage in
building new lines at thie time, no mat
ter what their plana were before the
stringency in tbe money market began
six months ago. The railroad compa
nies feel the hard times juat as much aa
the people, and perhaps more. He aaid
that he waa aware that the options on
the right of way to Chino expire Janu
ary Ist, nevertheless it is not likely that
the company will undertake the work ol
constructing tbe line at tbis time.
Mr. Huntington said be did not feel
that the people of Pomona care for
the road. He bad understood from the
first that a right of way would be fur
niahed if the company would build the
soitd, and unless Pomona cared enough
about the road to give a right of way,
the company would undoubtedly aban
don the undertaking altogether. But if
the people there show enough interest in
the matter to furnish the right of way,
the company would at least feel more
disposed to carry out tbeiroriginal plane
in apite of the bard timea.
Pittsburg Dec. 23. —Judgments ag
gregating $100,000 have been entered
against Fleishman & Co., the largest
dry goods anal notions firm in the city.
A Treasury Appointment.
Washington, Dec. 23.—Secretary Car
lisle haß appointed Jacob T. Eahelmsn
shipping commissioner at Port Town
FROM THE SUPREME COURT.
Two Opinions Which w„re Heeelved Id
The following supreme court decisions
were received here yesterday :
City of San Luis Obispo vs. Mariano
Brizzolara et al.; proceedings to con
demn certain lands for a public street.
The jury aeeesaed the value of the land
taken from defendants at $6500, where
upon plaintiffs moved for a new trial
upon the ground that the verdict was
not sustained by the evidence. The new
trial was denied, whereupon plaintiff
Judgment end order reversed, and a
new trial ordered.
County of San Luis Obiapo va. B. F.
Pettitt et al.; 6ction to lecover $2310.19,
alleged misappropriated or lost by Pet
titt while county treasurer.the other de
fendants being bondsmen. On AugUßt
1, 1892, Madison Graves, county license
tax collector, made a settlement with
the county auditor for moneys
collected by bim, showing that
he had in his poeseaeion
$2927.21 belonging to the county. A
certificate was issued to him by tbe
auditor showing that such settlement
bad been made, and Graves delivered
thia to Pettitt on September 30th. Five
daya later T."eaaurer i'ettitt gave v re
ceipt to tbe auditor Rhowing that be
had received thia sum from Graves, but
when the count of Pettitt'B cash wan
made on December let, a shortage ot
$2310.19 was found, wbicb existed at
the end of his term.
Pettitt's bondsmen claimed that Gravea
only paid $400 of the money be had col
lected into the treasury, but promised
to give Pettitt a check for the balance,
and that he did give Pettitt a check for
$2300, upon a local bank, but Btopped ita
payment. They therefore claim that
they are not liable on Pettitt's bond be
cauae Gravea and not Pettitt is indebted
to the county.
Gravea, however, swore he paid the
entire sum to Pettitt before obtaining
Judgment waa rendered in favor of
plaintiff, and defendants appealed.
SOME SERIOUS CHARGES.
THE GORDON DISBARMENT PRO
Accused of Using Information for His
Own Pecuniary Advantage- The
Judge Pleads Not Onllty.
A Peculiar Case.
Tbe disbarment proceedings against
Attorney Samuel B. Gordon came up
yesterday in department two before
Judges McKinley and Clark.
The petitioners are J. C. Kofoed and
Mre. Lilly Kofoed.
They allege tbat last summer they
employed Gordon to sell certain real es
tate for tbe purpose of satisfying three
deficiency judgments against them.
The allege that instead of ao doing,
Gordon went to James F. Cosby, who
held one of the said judgments, and
bought tbe judgment for $200.
Mr. S. A. Msddieon stated that in the
latter part of July a Mra. McCormack
came lo bim,eay ing her visit wob in behalf
of the Kofoeds, asked him for a loan of
$2000, in order to free the Kofoed estate.
Witness refueed, but considered the
matter latter on. Then Gordon came to
bim and enquired whether witness was
going to assist Kofoed. ' Witness Baid he
might, and thereupon Gordon told him
that he would not allow it, and tbat he
would see that it was no use if he did,
and according to witnees, Gordon at
tempted to persuade witneaa into a dis
Witness told him that he was a man
of honor, and Mr. Gordon left tbe room.
Tbe proceedinga then went over until
some evening next week.
Y. M. C. A.
Proceedings at the Yuqdi men's Social
An interesting programme was pre
sented at tbe social for young men at the
Y. M. C. A. lust evening and was cor
dially received by tbe large number of
members and strangers present.
The Association Guitar, Banjo and
Mandolin club, under the direction of
Prof. C. S. De Lano, made a very credit
able debut, rendering several selections.
Dr. F. D. Bullard, who is an enthuaiastic
bicyclist, read a very witty paper on
The Wheel. A comic song by Mr.
Simmons and two recitations by Mr.
Mold added to tbe enjoyment of tbe
evening. Next Saturday evening T. W.
Brotherton, president of the Citizens'
bank, will give an addreea on Character.
LOS ANGELES COURSING CLUB.
They Will Have an Oottng Today at
Long; H «h.
An old-faßhioned English coureing
match with bares and bounds will be
held today at Long Beach between Mr.
Julius Tonemacher's dog Wallace and
W. Neseer's bitch Conchita Belle for $25
a side. Tbey bad a big time there on
Thanksgiving day witb eight racea on
the card, and it wae out of one of these
races tbat the preaent match has grown.
Tbe race will come off shortly after
the arrival at Long Beach of the Ter
minal train wbich leaves bere ot 9:45.
There is no charge for admiesion to see
the race, and Mr. Pateey Parrell baa
been selected as judge of the event, with
Julius Tonemacher and Manuei Cody aa
Election of Offloors.
At tbe last regular meeting of Guar
dian Council No. 90, order of Chosen
Friendß, tiie following officers were
elected: Past councilor, J. K. Levan
feldt; councilor, Mrs. L. Burns; vice
councilor, J. J. Lewis; secretary, Thos.
Jones; treasurer, A. W. Levanfeldt;
prelate, Mra. Emma Philips; marshal,
MiBB Clara Reeaberg; warden, Chaß.
Bennet; guard, T. McCreary; sentry,
Leon Levy. Trustees, Cbas. Gervon, L.
Bidle and Chas. Bennett. Representa
tives to the Grand Lodge, D. M. True
and A. W. Levanfeldt.
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THE MANSFIELD-GOODSPEED CASE
Attorney Hanlon Obtains An
To Prevent the Mansfield's Obtain-
iiigr Mrs. Pratt's Money.
Tho Attorney Bays That There Is Ouly
810, n::o i.oft, out or Over a Hun
dred Thonsand, aud He Cor
rnls the Fragments.
Tbe Mansfiold-Goodepeed litigation
developed last night into a complaint
being hied against 'Jen. John Mans
field, Mra. Anah Manafield and Mrß.
Louisa G. Croee, alleging fraudulent
misappropriation against all three de
fendants, upon the Btrength of which
Judge Clark yesterday issued an injunc
tion restraining defendants from with
drawing any further sums of money be
longing to Mrs. Annie Pratt, the incom
petent, from either the London, Paris
and American bank of Ban Francisco or
the Farmers and Merchants bank of this
The complaint, after setting forth the
position of Mrs. Pratt and of the de
"Plaintiffs further allege on their in
formation and belief, that large sums of
money belonging to the estate of Annie
A. Pratt, said incompetent person, have
come into the hands of defendants,
John Mansfield, Anah E. Mansfield and
Louisa G. Cross, during the last four
years and over; and that all three of
Baid defendants, John Mansfield, Anah
E. Mansfield, bis wife, and Louisa G.
Cross, have tortuoußly, wrongfully and
fraudulently obtained and appropriated
to their own use large Bums of money
belonging to the estate of Annie A. Pratt,
an incompetent person, to wbich they
had no right or title whatever aa these
pUintiffe are informed and verily believe
tbe truth to be, and co allege."
Tbe complaint also alleges tbat $05,
--363.84 haa been, with the connivance
and assistance of John M&nafiold and
Louisa G. Cross, obtained and placed in
the bands of Anah E. Mansfield for the
purpose of concealing tbe came from the
heira-at-law of Annie Pratt, and that
tbe defendants have drawn all the above
money irom the Farmers and Merchants
bank, witb tbe exception of a balance of
Tbe papers also allege that Louisa G.
Cross baa drawn from tbe London, Paris
and American bank of ban Francisco
over $60,000, of which now only remains
a balance of $1571.92.
It ia also alleged that the said de
fendants, John Mansfield, Anah E.
Mansfield and Louisa G. Cross, have
been, and are totally insolvent and un
able to respond to a judgment of in
demnity against tbem. Also tbat the
defendants have purchased witb the
eaid fraudulently appropriated moneys
certaib real estate.
Upon the Btrength of this complaint
Judge Clark yesterday issued the fol
"On reading and filing the verified
complaint of plaintiffs herein, and good
cause appearing therefor, it is ordered
that John Mansfield, Anah E. Mans
field, sometimes known as Mrs. John
Mansfieid, and alao as A. E. Mansfield,
and that Louisa G. Cross, and each and
alt of them, and their attorneys, ser
vants and agents be, and they are
hereby restrained from drawing or re
ceiving an- of the moneys now on de
posit witb the defendants, the London,
Paris and American bank of San Fran
cisco, and the Farmer's and Merchant's
bank of Lob Angeles, and said corpora
tions are hereby ordered not to pay out
to tbe eaid other defendants, or any of
them, the whole or any part of said
The injunction also forbids the sale
by tbe defendants of any real estate pur
chased with the money of Mrs. Annie
Tbe injunction was telegraphed to San
Francisco by tbe indefatigable attorney
for the petitioner, Charles F. Hanlon,
and served on the Farmers and Mer
chants' bank of tbis city.
A WANDERER RETURNS.
Professor Zimmermen, of Pioneer Os
trich Farm Fame* In the City.
Professor William Zimmerman, form
erly well known to the older residents of
Los Angeles, is spending the holidays
After an absence of eight years the
professor iB surprised at the growth and
beauty of Lob Angeles. He predicts a
lively intercourse between Central Cali
fornia and the southern part aa soon as
tbe coaat extension of tbe Southern Pa
cific railway is completed from Santa
Margarita, San Luis Obispo county, to
In 1883 Mr. Zimmerman, together
witb Drs. Sketch ley and Prothers, es
tablished the first ostrich far.a on this
continent, near Anaheim, and he may
be rightly called the pioneer in tbe busi
MUSIC AT THE PARK.
Programme for the Concert Today at
The following is the programme for
the concert at Westlake park thia after
noon by the Douglas Military band:
March, Blanisot, Brooke.
Waltz, Andalusia, Thieve.
Belectlou, The Fiddler of St. Wasp. arr. by
Mazurka. l.a Rose, V. Hurka.
Musical Jokes, arr by Meyrellas.
March, Nlbeinngen, K. Wugn=r.
Selection. Nabocca, Verdi.
Song, Farewell to Summer, Bauer.
Scliottich, Darkies' Dream, Lansing.
The King Shoe Store,
Which ia located at 222 South Spring
street, mnet vacate their present prem
ises by January 31 next, and conse
quently have inaugurated a grand re
moval sale, the prices they are selling
shoes far below that of any other house
in Los Angeles. A perusal of their dis
play advertisement on another page
which gives th remarkably low prices
will convince yuu that "The King" is
the place for iiargains in shoes.
. W. E. CUMMINGS g
i-h _____ /• \wz%Bf % W
——<f %— — £
g Comfortable, and Fit as Well or Better -
Q than if Made to Measure. f^j
1 HOKEST, RELIABLE GOODS! 8
— J THAT WEAR WELL, AT REASONABLE PRICES.
2 120 S. SPRING STREET §
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ORIGINAL LOS ANGELES
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE
241 S. MAIN ST., ROOMS 1. 3, E5 AND T.
gSW "NINE YEARS' PRACTICE IN LOS ANGELES.
Begular graduates, legally licensed, SI'«CIALI3rB WITH YEARS OF EXPERIENCE In the
treatment ot Chronic, Nervous, Skin and Blood Di«eases. Consultation tree and Invited. A
Irlendly talk or opinion costs you nothing. Medicine sent by mall or express every where,
securely packed from observation. Curable diseases guaranteed. Where doubt exts's It Is
frankly stated. Hours, oto 3 and 7to 8 p.m. Sunday, 10 to 12.
Organic Weakness, Arising from Indiscretion, Excess or
IsiCj i\ V II 11 »3 „ ?,, . r Indulgence, producing someof the fol
■*■ w Failing Memory, lowing effects: Nervousness. Debility,
T\_>_»TT T / T'"\7' Tiaelr of F.nel'jrv Dimness of Sight, Belt Distrust, Defec-
II t__j| l_l 1 V „, h . , ™ UM « V > tlvo Memory. Pimples on the Face,
_ _ physical Decay. Aversion to the Society of Females,
Loss of Ambition, Lack of Confidence, QloomiueM, Despondency, Barrenness, Unfitness to
Marry, Melancho y, Dyspepsia, Lost Manhood, Pains In the Back, Varicocele, treated with suc
TTJT t~\r\T\ A AT - * CTTTM Diseases, all forms ecllng Body, Nose or
DLiUULr A\ l\ IJ OIVIJN Throat, Skin and Bones, Blotches, Irup
lions, Acne, Eczema, old Sores, Ulcers,
Painful Swellings from whatever cause, treated by means of safe, time-tried remedies.
Stiff and Swollen .Joliitn and Kheumatlam, th. K«N»«r. of Hl.iod Fol.nD, OTJKKtS.
KIDNEY AND URmAfiYWw»S-
DloodyUrine carefully treated
IJBBIIIAL STRICTURE Permanently Cured. Soft-reeling; bunch or eartli-like
worms. Vnrlooo.le la oarabl..
A SPECIALIST who cures diseases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT.
CATARRH treated by our special method—the ONLY SUCCESSFUL
DISEASES OF WOMEN CURED.
No instruments, no exposure of person, scientific treatment, perfect confi
dence, years of unlimited success. Call on or address
Los Angeles Medical and Surgical Institute, 24i S. Main St.
To loan in small sums on Improved City Property and on Improved
Ranch Property near Los Angeles. Current rates—no commmissiona.
SECURITY LOAN & TRUST C<
223 S. SPRING) ST., LOS ANQELEB.
M. W. STIMSON, Pres't. C. S. CRIST V, V.-Pres't. J. M. ELLIOTT, T
W. E. McVAY, Assistant Secretary.
Directors—J. M. Elliott, A. E. Pomeroy, C. M. stimson. C. S. Cristy, E. I. Farris, M, W Stlrr
- REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL
DEALER IN NEW & SECOND-HAND
232 W. FIRST ST.
MATLOCK & REED,
426 AND 428 S. SPRING STREET,
NEW asd SHOW FDRNITDRE
If you want to sell Furniture,
If you want to buy Furniture,
Jf you want to exchange furniture,
If you want a Folding -Mcd, call on
Matlock cSc Re.cd,
426 and 428 S. Spring St.
Tuesday, Dec. 26th, at io a.m.
AT 413 S. SPRING ST.
Another large consignment of Furniture,
consisting of hedroom Sets, Carpets, Blankets,
Comforters, Pillows, Lounges, Tables, etc., as
good as now, to be sold without icservc.
STEVENS & BROWN,
iff rhtcb«tFr-< V.mfll.h Diamond Braid.
e~ <s>7_ Oriel ii «1 and *»mlj Cctiulnf. A
J* A e * FE - »Iw*.t« rHUhl*. ladies, aik y(K\
rlilX I>ru««isi far Vhirhtntrt hw,luh
-P^^yaSSft,won,* Brsti.l in Kerf aud Oeld meulli»\W
_X "fuljd with blue ribbon. Take Vy
other. Refute dangerous ntaatttw- v
I / fW tioiuaii t iniit-ttinnH. At Druggists, or srud 4cw
! -• fcjr in itanpa Tor purtlcelarp, tt«icioulal* and
fir '*Uih*?i' fin- l.»»«ilc». M t'.i r<. by url
-V _§f HalL 1«,«00 Tr>ait»OD.ala. Vanu /Myer.
Clhlcitsv-ater i.'hcmlt'atl C'o.,3lu<iinrn rijimrt*
Sold by ail Looal : i ;■ ijr,«: ■ I*UUM<rK., | k m.
HU9|»9Bafl|lJ<-iitli.r yueirwirwlt!) bu»ini>f»» card.
vf 1»;»o tor vtU.tr blc Inforriul.on
te. Box VUICAtsU, 11*1-
MRS. F. E. PHILLIPS'
Ladies Toi let Parlc .-
I Mrs. Phillips baa Just returned froa
Fast with a complete line of goods. 1
style ot hair dressing.
a complete ltne of Mme. Ruppert's
bratcd Cosmetics, Face Tonic, the tine
the world. Hair dressing, manicuring,
massage. OPEN EVENINGS.
Rooms 81 and 32 Wilson Bit
CORNER SPRING AND FIRST STS
Take elevator at tne First-it. entranc
X Midwinter Fair
♦ To OK Per IFC C Than Any
+ order "° Cent i "-"J> 3 otherTailo
♦ Perfect Fit or No Sale.
♦ THE TAILOR, *
♦ 149 S. SPRING STREET. |
I. T. MARTIN
igjjtlSSaMffijSß Dealer in New and
Ash Bedroom Suits, $15. Sewing Machines*
$5, $10 aud $25. /
451 S. 3PR I NC3 BTREET j
MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY j 1
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL
Main Offloa: LOS AHGELIB,
Wholesale Yard at SAN FKDRQ.' '
Branch Yards—Pomona, Pasaaens, LasaanaA,
Anna, Burbank. Plaalae Kills—Las Aagelssy
> ••! poseona. fiareoea fr.rnlahe* to ordar.
ESTABLISHED 1886. |
DR. B. G COLLINS, !
OPTHALMIC OPTICIAN, with I« Ange- I
les Optical Institute. 125 h. Spring st,. is V.
Wagner's Kiiabarly, Los Angeles. J
EYES EXAMINED FREE