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PASADENA NEWS UP TO DATE. Tfce Council Holds a Very Lively Session. Tfce Southern Pacific Franchise Fight Still On. a ffntl i.ut of l"oiiin r Hhh.Election Mews and Ilrlefs—Boolal and Personal Mention. Motei. Faradena, Nov. toeaiv large and in teresting audience, made up of property owners, railway officials and capitalists, filled the lobby of the council room full to overflowing this afternoon. The attraction of course was the pro posed Southern Pacific franchise up Broadway, and it etill remains an at traction, for once again the council re fused to take any action, postponing the mutter until tho next meeting. Mayor Lukens was in tbe chair promptly at 2 o'clock, with all the mem bers in their seats and the city attorney duly installed at the foot of the table. following the usual opening prelim'- Danes a motion to suspend tbe regular order of business carried, and the detk was chared for action. A communication from the secretary of the public meeting held Friday, was read, stating that the meeting etooil apposed to allowing tbe company to cross Colorado street, but refused to pass a resolution against it coming up as far as that street. Speeches were then in order. Mr. S. W. Steveue, representing the protesting pioperty owners, made the opening talk. He argued that there was do re sou why tbe Sou the in Pacific company should not come in over pri vate property and pay for its way in ltead of asking the city for tbe present of a street, as the franchise asked for would practically amount to a confisca tion. The Santa Fe and Terminal had both paid fir their right-of-way, the latter expending over $.75,000, and it was not right to lot a corporation come in free gratis at this late date. Let them come in if tbby wanted to, but let them pay lor it. Judge Bicknell, for tbe Southern Pa cific. spoke bristly. The company wanted what it asked, for it could tv t afford to buy a route over priva'e prop erty and dAraaged property abutting on the street would have leonrte through the courts for damages. Mr. E. C. Webster stated that the right ot way now used by tho Terminal was arquired at a heavy cost, and Mr, B. F. ball rented how the Southern Pacific had rotated to purchase the road iv '80, stating that "there was nothing In l'aeadenu ihey wanted.'* Dr. Foreythe made a telling speech against the proposition. He did not see how the council could grunt she request in justice to Pasadena's own citizens. The property of the Pasadena Manufac turing company, in which $50,000 had been invested, would be practically ruined, as the double tracks and sidings wonld so shut in the works that teams could not get iv and out. If the fran chise was granted it would amount to a confiscation and would throw them into a law suit with a giant corporation. At this juncture a letter was read by tbe clerk In m General Manager X H. Wade of the Santa Fe, stating that tbe proposed line wonld greatly damage the property of his company, and asking lhit definite action bo postponed until bis return from the cast in throe weeks, when he would appear before the boaid In person. The letter was ordered iled. Mr. Bill Blinn, of the Blinn Lumber company, thought the company ihould be allowed to come in lor the gereral good of the city, .fudge Bick nell closed the debate with a plea for the company, and then, upon motion of Mr. Ccx, action was postponed one week. PUBLIC PARKS. One of the important subjects consid ered was that of uublic parks, the Deed of which has neon frequently urged through the columns of the llkk.u.l). The matter was quite thoroughly dis cussed, and generally agreed that pleas sure grounds were needed aud some action should be taken. Judge Weed said: Tbe long felt need of public pa-ks within our city is engaging the atten tion of many of our people who are of the opinion that some steps Bhonld be taken, without longer delay, towards procuring suitable grounds for the establishing of such parks. I therefore move the adoption of tbe following res olution: Resolved, That tbe president of this board be and is hereby autuorizod to appoint a committeo of five suitable persons, who will ascertain where and upon what terms suitable grounds can be obtained for two or more small parks within the city limits, to be owned and maintained by thecily.and make report to tbis board on tbe 20th of November, together with such recommendations of tbe umount of money necessary, in their judgment, for such purpose, and the best method of raising the name. The resolution wub adopted and the president Hnnuunced he would uame the commit'ee at the next meeting. GENERAL BUSINESS. A resolution to curb, gutter and side walk De L»cy street, between Colorado and Mary, passed. A resolution to improve Garfield avenue, between Illinois street and tbe civ limits, was passed. Bills were paid to the amount of $3583 83 and $500 was ordered transfer ted from the sewer to the general fund. Columbia street on the north side, be tween Hill street and Fair Oaks avenue, was ordered curbed, guttered and side walked. . A petition for an electric light on the corner ot Adeila aud Pearl was granted Reports from the tax collector showed $5410.10 collected during the past month. Other reports were ordered filed. THE QnBAT EVENT. Tomorrow is tbe all important day when the results of the great political event will terminate. In Pasadona there is but little excitement aa yet over the election. Arrangements have been made to receive the returns up to 1 o'clock at Williams' hall. The Herald will oontain the local returns from this Bitv in full up to press time. The polls open at sunrise, 6:21 a.m.. and close at 6p. m. No voter should fail to be on hand and cast bis ballot. Following are the polling places and •fficersof the election: Pasadena Election Precinct No. 1, at office P. L. V. L. and W. Co.. E. Color ado street. Inspectors—A. Wakeley, A. Thorns. Judges—E. O. Daniels, John Adams. Clerks—Wm. H. Tovrnsend. 0. B. Harris. Ballot Clerks—Frank VV. Healy, P. II Sjudder. Pasadena Election Precinct No. 2, at 152 North Fair Oaks avenue. Inspectors—John W. Eeeba, W, A. Feaz<l. Judges—Ed Lockett, J. A. Mclntyro. Clerks—Thomas D. Allin, H. W. Mines. Ballot Clerks—3. J. El (yards, C. N. Stanley. Pasadena election precinct No, 3. At City Hall .Recorder's court: Inspectors — Elisha Millard, W. T. Grimes. Judges—Henry Q. Wilson, Matthew Slavin. Clerks —F. E. Twombly, Charles Grimes. Ballot clerks—T. J. Jean, 11. M. Sar gent. Pasadena oleotion precinct No. 4. At Jonoa' huildinir, corner Colorado street and Mills' alloy : Inspectors—W. H. Riley, Henry G. Bennett. Judges—Jesse Allen, J. A. Travlor. Clerks—ll. H. Rose, Nelson W. Bel). Uallot corks —Will A. Heiss, John Showaltor. Pasadena election precinct No. 5. At Doty Block: Inspectors—H. C. Prlnz, John Blake. Judges—J. H. Baker, A. J. Wright. Clerks—W. H. Conrad, S. Palinateer. Ballot clerks—R. H. Williams, Nor man VV. Henderson. Pasadena election precinct No. 6. At Fairman paint shop: Inspectors—Thomas Earley, Ed Ken nedy. Judges—Mbj C. M. Skillen, J. Simons. Clerks—George B. Seuter, B. P. Brockway. Ballot clerks—J. F. Chuich, T. Weth erby. Moras, The Tuesday Evening club meets to morrow evening at tho Universalis! church. A meeting of the society for the pre ventation of cruelly to animals was held in Dr. Rowland's office this evening. Tho unusicele given on Friday evening oorner of GraDd avenue and Locke Homer street by tho ladies of the Universalis!, church promises to prove a very pleasant affair. The evening will close with dancing. A Japanese tea will be given by the ladies of the Presbyterian church Thurs day afternoon at the resiuenoe of Rev. Fife on Worcester avenue. A general all day meeticg of the va rious missionary societies of the city will be held in Ihe M. E. tabernacle to morrow. All interested are invited to attend. Bishop Montgomery preached at the Catholic church Inst Sunday. The bishop is a very forcible speaker, and tiis visits here are much enjoyed by all. On Thursday eveuing the order of the Eastern Star will itive a laughable farce entitled The Family. The cast is well made up, aud agood production is looked for. SANTA MONICA. Tho Prospeota for th« Klaotloa —Loo* Newa !M*tt»r». Santa Monica, Not. 5 —Tomorrow the battle oi the ballots will be waged litre with great earnostness, Had there will, in all probability, be polled 025 votes in both precincts here, 110 at the cation, San Vicente procinct, and about 90U at the soldiers' home, making a total in the township of 1585. Of this tbe Populists ami Republicans claim msjirities. Whilo the Democrats do not ex pi ct to ctrry National procinct, which bas always gone Republican, they do expect to carry Santa Monica and Vicente precincts. Of course there are names on the county tickets which will run ahead of their ticket, among »hem being gonial Andy McNally, E. E, Hewitt and Mrs. Galpin on the Demo cratic ticket. The local fight is so cut up that it is impossible to name the winners at this writing. The Republicans closed the campaign work at the club and Soldiers' home. The Populists also took a whack at it this evening. The latest returns will bo kept on tile at the poatofßce news stand, the Hkhalu agency, where they will bo posted so that anyone can see them, while Wednesday morning's HsßAhn will be replete with the latest returns from every section of the conntry. Those wanting extra copies please leave their names at the agency during the day and tney will be delivered in the morning enrly. Thomas Newby is sinking fast, there being very l iitie hopes of his recovery. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Lewis of Los An geles visited friends at Santa Monica to day. Mrs. Lewis will be remaindered nn Miss Gniberaon, who resided here and has a vast army of friends. REDLANDS. Kftv. R.J. liiw<i»<ra Addrass-A Foot ball O.m '. BiptiAKDHi Nov. 4.—The announce ment that Ray. E. J. Inwood would ad drees tbe Junior order of American Me chanics at the Methodist. Charoh Sjn dßy nigbt, drew out moie people than could find standing room in the build ing. The football contest last Saturday afternoon between the local team and the Ban Bernardino High School eleven resulted iv a victory for Redlnnds on n score ol 10, to 8 This was tbo correct score, notwithstanding the statement of today's Sau Bernardino Sun to the contrary. Tim Pullman Uu-opantllva Olnb. Hiawatha, K*b., Nov. 6.—'lh-> first installment of workmen of the Pullman Co-operative club reached here from Chicago today, tf'hir y five families and Ito peoplo were in the party, $15,000 his been subscribed by citizens of this city to start the enterprise, and ground for shops will be broken at once. Tbe club is accompanied by Mr. Van Assu cr.e, a retired manufacturer of Chicago nnd a man of large fortune, who will take charge of ttie works. He is not a member of the club, but believes the co-operative plan is feasible, end will work froe of charge until the works are on a paying basis. For a pain in the side or chest thero is nothing so good aa a piece of flannel dampened with Cbamoerlain's Pain Balm and bound on over the seat of paior It affords prompt and permanent relief, and if used in time will prevent a oold from resulting in pneumonia. This same treatment is a sure cure for lame back. For sale by Off dr. Vaughn, Fourth and Spring; 0. F. Heinzsmau, 222 it. Main, druggists. LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9. IBM. SAN BERNARDINO'S SENSATION. A. Case of Alleged Poisoning Brought to Light. A Supposed Attempt, at Murder Grow ing Out of Illicit Love. O. s«lt«r, a Hoslnest Stan ol That Oily, Under Arrest for Attempting So Folsoa .lull n Barnes—Airs. IlernuH Using Watched. San Bernardino, Nov. 5. —"A cele brated case," startling in its conditions, almost equalling the May brick affair in England a few yearssince which created a sensation of world known fame, de veloped here late last night, when T. Slater, manager of the carriage reposi tory on the corner of Fourth and D streets, was arrested on the charge of administering poison with intent to murder. The story dates back neirly a year, when John Barnes, a well known livary man, took a shot at Salter for alleged criminal intimacy with his (Barnes') wile. Barnes, with his family, consist ing of a wife and 10 year-old girl, came to San Bernardino about two years ago and purchased the Pony stables, which he has conducted ensue, doing a good business. Nearly a year ago, his friend, Tom Salter, manager of the carriage reposi tory, was taken ill and Barnes took bim to his home. Mrs. Barnes became bis nurse and proved an unusually good one, so good, in fact, that a warm inti macy sprung up between them, result* ing, as the husband claimed, crimi nally. The outraged husband soon learned of tho condition of affairs and warned Sal ter, who tcok no heed, but stated that "Colts" would arrange the difference in size, Barnes bsing the larger raan. At this, the husband fired a shot, which did no barm. About three mouths ago Mr. Barnes began to fail in health, hia ailment being evidently rheumatism. All the symptoms of the disease were preva lent. His joints began to swell and in tense pain resulted. Doctors were called in, but could do nothing for him. Finally the supposed rheumatism nearly reached his heart when a consultation of physicians was held and. arsenic poisoning discovered. At once his wife and alleged paramour were suspected and ordered to keep from tbe eick room. Immediately the patient under new treatment and differ ent care began to mend and during the past week he enjoyed a buggy ride every pleasant day. The swelling has gone down and the pain hns ceased. In a short time he will be himself again. The climax came last night when the man Salter was arrested at the instiga tion of certain members of Token lodge, I. O. O. F., who have been working up the case. When arrested Salter was ap parently very much surprised, but when taken to the jail and reai'ztng his situa tion, broke down. His knees trammed and all but failed him, while "his face turned ghastly and he could not re&d tne warrant. However, he would make no admissions, Mrs. Barnes has been interviewed by the district attorney and a warrant is out for her arrest, which will probabl* be served today. Sne ia at present un der surveillance of tho county oUlcers, with no chance of escape. MRS. BARNES ARRESTED. Mrs. Barnes was arrost.-d tliis morn ing and had a bearing before Judge Knox this afternoon and was placed under $5 000 bonds. Tne husband and wife are working hard to secure the bail, but so far are unsuccessful and Mrs. Barnes is vet under officers' care. The Odd Fellows who worked up the case are very indignant that the hus band at tbe last moment would aid his wile niter her alleged dastardly attempt to poison him and many of them statu that Barnes had been attempting her libera tion. Later —At 6p. m. Mrs. Barnes was ordered to tbe jail by the officers and now occupies a cell with her two child ren. Possibly bail will be furnished to morrow but it is hardly believed. Tomorrow will probably develop some thing in the case. Mrs. Barnes when taken in the cell was nearly overcome but soon recovered and will say nothing regarding her work in the case. A NOT A BLK WKDUIXa. Justice Tfhita Marrlad to Bits. VlrglDta Mnntgr'uiiory Kani, New Yoi:k, Nov. s.—Hon. E. D White, associate justice Of ths United States supreme court, was married to Mrs. Virginia Montgomery Kent at the Jesuit church of S:. Francis Xavier, thiß city, this morning. Only the im mediate friends and relatives of the bride and groom, numbering about 20 in all, were present. The nuptial mass was celebratsd by Rev. Thomas E. Murphy, S. J., preaidentof the New York college, assisted by Rev. Alpbonse dv Four, S. J., of Holy Cross college, Worcester, Musa. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Robe t Fulton, S. J., who was formerly a professor at Georgetown col lege, Washington, D. C, at the time Judge White was etndving there. The' witnesses were A. R. Bronnzsea, a half brother of the groom, and Emile Mont gomery, a brother of the bride. Imme diately after the ceremouy, the party, accompanied by the reverend gentle man named, drove to Delmonico's, where a wedding breakfast was served. An Unrnundad It port. Wasiiinoion, Nov. s.—Sffior Joaquin Bsrnamo Calvo. charge d'affaires of Costa Rica, ha i received a disp itch from Stflir Hecbeco, minister cf foreign atlairs, saying there is no foundation for tbe report from British Columbia that i n attack bad been made on the British consulate at Punta Arenas. VV. A. McGrjiro, a well known citizen of McKay, Onio. ia of the opinion that there ie nothing as good for children tronbled with colds or croup as Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. lie has used it in his family for several years with the best results, and always keeps a bottle of it in the house. After having la grippe be was himself troubled with a severe cough. He used other reme dies without benefit and then concluded to try the children's medicine, and to bis delight it soou effected a permanent cure. 50 cent bottles for sale by Off & Vaughn, Fourth and Spring; O. F. Heinzsmau, 222 N. Main, druggists. POMONA. A natear Minstrel t'e-rr.»rin-«noe —Thlev- liiir llst*. Pomosa, Nov. 6.— There has been much warm talk on the corners toJay iv reference to loot politic*, very often taking on the "pitch of voice" that could bs termed above the avenge. Some manipuUto s of local politici have bsen pulling today for vote swap ping. There wis an entertaiument presented by an araattur minstrel company at Claremont college on last Saturday evening for the benefit of the Pomona College Athletic club, and also a date has been mentioned for the meeting; of the Pomona College Baseball club with that of the Chaffey college boys of On tario. The local officers of ths city govern ment have, it is said, traced some more thelti that have recently occurred in this community to some boys of the town, whom they claim cannot be sent to the Whittier reform school. Tho guild room erected by the ladies of the guild for the use of the parish will be the sceno ot an enjoyable enter tainment on Thursday, November 15th, at the christening, end they cordially invite tbe public to be on hand. It doubtless looks very odd to visitors from the east to see watermelons in our market at this season of the year, but it is just what they can see in Pomona now. Pilligy & Temple think of changing quarters at an early day. SANTA ANA. VIEW OF THE LOCAL POLITICAL SITUATION. The Candidates All Hard at Work—The It.suit of the ftaoe* Uuld on Saturday— Looal News Matters. Santa Ana, Nov. s.—Today being tbe last day of tbe campaign tbe several candidates have come home to rest and finish their work in the city. A united effort is being made to dsfeat J. Q. Scar borough for district attorney by the Re publicans and the whisky element, but unless something unuiual happens be will ba eleotsd by a comfortable major ity. The Populists have no candidate, and it is but fair they should support Scarborough, as the Democrats will snp port their candidate for ths assembly and a great many of tbe Prohibitionists will support Scarborough on account of the work be has done in tba interest of temperance. There seems to be an organized fight by some of the large Und owners to de feat the Democratic candidsti for assos nor, Jake Hoss. A great many of the Republicans nreso well pleased with the work of Ross that thoy say they will vote for him to succeed himself and it is fair to presumo lie will be elected by a handsome majority. We have beard more talk on tbe streets the past few days about Repub licans voting for Budd than ever before, and we are confident that Budd will run ahead of his ticket in Orange coun ty, Every ono of tbe candidates on the Democratic and Republican tickets are doing some hard work; harder than ever betore, while not a few Populists and Prohibitionistß am not at all asleep over tbe matter but aro doing their best to get there. The new great register for Orange county is now out and distributed, and it reflects great credit both on Mr. Jim >t Follerton, who did the work, aud on D. T. Brock, who furnished the copy. J. H. Crew of Tustin starts tomorrow for an extended business trip of about s x weeks to lvalues and Missouri, and wiH fbo go on to tbe eastern states. W. R Gilson is selling out his stock of boots, stationery, etc., at cost, on ac count of sickness in his family. Mary Kraemer of Fullertou has sold to T. S. Grirnshiw the warehouse just east of the S.intn Fe depot iv Fullerton, for *1000. This morning, as tbe 6:10 freight came in on the Santa Fe, tbe cugine, in doing some switching, was thrown from the track by a defective switch. The engine was jacked up and pulled on the rails without much trouble. A great many tiah are being shipped north from Newport just now. Tomorrow niaht tne center of attrac tion will be in Spurgeon Hall, where tbe dispatches of election news will be read. Tbe Democrats, Republicans and Popu lists have made up a purse to get the re turns. A, VV. Anns sold two tins of walnuts from his Tustin ranch or 7 oents per pound. They were the finest nuts Bold ibis year. A jawfish that weighed 350 pounds was caught at Newport yo»terday. Tbe people of luitin have gooe to work with a will to assist Mrs. Gulp to equip another home, since she was burned out lsst week. The races at the track Saturday did not draw a very large crowd, but still some fine racing was done. The 2:25 pacing race was won by S. Kettle's Frances S , beating J. Baker's Birdrol in two straight heats in 2:24! 2 and2:23}^. The Ford mare went against Hol comb's Grey Cloud and won in 2:37 and 2:34 After this race Gale was sent to beat 2:34 aud came under the wire at 2:37 ] 4 Ford's Jud Willis was eeut to beat 2:24 and he made it in 2:20. Conant's S'r Credit, of Loi Angeles, wont to beat 2:28%". making it 2:25 U. Dr. C. E Smith's Pendennis was sent against time to beat 2:30 ! . ( , but time won in 2:33. Kxeeut'lva Claramicy. Washington. Nov. s.—The presiden' has c unmuted tv life imprisonment tl a sentence of Augustus Jenkins, who wis to have been hanged at the district jail Friday, November 23. 1594, far the mur der of Benjamin M. bhepard. A Sailor's rrlchtrul Fall. Portland, Nov. s.—Otto Preiss, a sailor on board the Isle of Arran, was killed today by falling from the mizzen royal, 100 feet above tbe deck. Specimen Cases. 8. H. Olifl'ord, New Casicl, wis., wa<i troubled with Neuralgia and Kaeuinatteni, ilia stomach was disordered, his liver was aflectel to an alarming degree, aapetlte foil away, and hi was terribly (educed In llcsh aud slreugtu. Three bottles of glee trie. Hitlers cured him. Kdward shepherd, Harnsburg, 1.1, had a running sore ou his leg of . Ight years stand ing. Deed three bottles of Electric diners and seven boxes of Buokleu's Arnica Halve, aud It's leg Is sound aud well. John Speaker, (Jalawaba 0.. "Ad five large lover sores on his leg, doctors mid ho was incurable. One bottle Kleciric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica eatve cured him entirely. Sold by U. K. Helrutman, druglat and chemist, 222 N. Main atreof SAN FA REORGANIZATION. The Protective Committee De feated. Judge Foster Refused to Grant au Injunction. Tha Cumalativa Byst«m of Voting TV»• Mut SuSt«ln»cl. Hauon thn Old Board of nir.cioti Was lts-elaotvd. By ihe Associated Press. Topeka, Nov. s.—ln the Santa Fe case today Judge Foster, in a lengthy opin ion, decided in favor of tbe defendants, refusing to grant an injunction. Judge Foster decided that not only tbe cumulative syßtem of voting does not apply to the election of directors for the Santa Fe, but that tbe company has a charter and is operating under a grant of incorporation issued by the territorial legislature of 1859. The protective com mittee is oveiwhelmingly defeated on every point. It ib the opinion of counsel for the directors that the whole matter has been finally settled. At tbe ad jonrned meeting of the share holders this afternoon Henry Woolman put tbe directors to the trouble of voting down several sories ol resolutions offerea in behall of the protective!. The first of these commanded the board of directors to report by what authority the income bonds of the company were con verted into second mortgage bonds, and asked how much interest was paid on these bonds, and where the money came from. Tbis set of resolutions was simply referred to the board of directors. When the election catno up tbe ma jority voted for Edward J. Uerwin of New York, J. A. Blair of New York, W. L. Bull of New York, B. P. CheDey of Boston, Thomas P. Fowler of New York. C. S. Oleed oi Tokeka, O. K. Holliday of Topeka. S. O. Lawrence of Boston, J. A. McCall of New York. George A. Nickers on of Boston, F. I. Bonebrake of Topeka, B. Wilder ol Topeka and F. K. Sturgee of New York, and tbe minority for Henry Clews and Theodore W, Myers, both of New Ysrk. Messre. Bonebrake and Wilder are ex pected to resign at the first meeting ol the board of directors, and io their places will be chosen T. A. Osborne of Kansas and H. it. Duval of New York, who, because they ' were not elocfchold era of record at the time this meeting was called, were not eligible to election. The minority votes were cast ov E. N. Tyler of New York, who voted for T. W. Meyers and M. Snmmerfield ot Kansas, who voted for Henry Clews. Each cast 106,205 votes, multiplied by 13, 1,380, --665, on the cumulative method,although the chair bad announced that voting would be permissable only according to tbe rale laid down by Judge Foster in his decision this morning. The tellers, Smith, Walker and Porter, reported that 000,576 votes were caßt for the ticket above named. Summ.irfleld made a minority report that 1,380,665 votes had been cast on cumulative method, each for Meyers and Clews, electing them. The majority re port was adopted and the meeting ad journed sine die. B rItIUTL V KUSSI .i.V, A Now Greek Charoh Ready for Dedi cation at Htraator, 111. Chicago, Nov. s.—The Russian church at Streator, 111., is completed aud will probably be consecrated next Sunday by Bishop Nicolai. The church at Streator is the only distinctively Rus sian edifice in America, except the cathedral at Sitka, Alaska. It ia built entirely of the remains of tbe Russian vestibule in the manufactures building at tbe world's fair. Eveiy inch of pine or sweet-smelling lichen wood, ol which the church is constructed, is from Rus sia. Even the crosses surmounting the domes are in accordance with the tradi tions of the church of the ozar. These crosses have three croti pieces. Tbe first represents the board on which the inscription whs written at the time of tbe crucifixion; the second, the arms, and tbe third tbe foot rest. AH Rus sian churches are known by this cross. Father Ambrose, who is also pastor of the Chicago church at 13 Center avenue, will have charge of the new flock, which numbers some hundreds. Tbe dedica. Tory services will bs on an elaborate scale, as many prominent citizens of Chicago will be invited to take part. SALVATION e<>*, J> I 111 Its. Cnmma,udar-la-(?rjLaf Booth Waloomad to WMhtn(ton. Washington, Nov. 5.— There was an outpouring of Salvation Army soldiers at the Pennsylvania depot to greet Gen eral Booth, the commander-in-chief of tho army, who arrived atl o'clock. Most of the district auxiliary leagues, Rev.M. S. Newman, pastor of the Firet Congre gational church ; Rev. L. B. Wilson, Methodist presiding elder of thedistrict; If. B. McFarland nnd others extended a welcome to him on behalf of people of the district. General Booth was accom panied by bis son, Ballington Booth, nnd several other officers ol the army There was an army parade on Pennsyl vania avenue to the local barracks, and Geueral Booth was escorted to the resi dence of W. B. Woodward, a prominent merchant,where he is being entertained. This afternoon General Booth mat the clergymen of tbe city at tbe Congrega tional church, and in tbe evening he addressed an immense audience in Con> ve-tion hall, the largest assembly place iv tbe city. WAR IN MADAGASCAR. Tha Hova Government Will Yield Only to Furoo, Pari?, Nov. s.—The Tempi publishes a dispatch from Zanzibar saying the Hova prime minister has replied to the ultimatum of France forwarded to the government of Madagascar by M. Le Meier de Villiera that tbe Hova? will only yield to force. Tbe Temps adds that the French are evacuating Antana narivo, the capital of Madagascar. The Temps says: The statement tbat the government has decided to ask credits for a Madagascar expedition is altogether incorrect or premature. The government will await another dispatch from De Villiera before taking definite steps, for only then can it be known whether or not a rapture has taken place. I- Will Pay you to take Hood's Sarsaparllla. With puro blool j'cru need not fear the flip, .IU h kn> or f'-isrs. Hood's Sarsaparilla will make you strong aud healthy. H.><•<!'. mi« are purely vegetable, carefully pr. pared from tbe best ingredient*. 2oc. Wall papjr hung, 10c roll; 328 3. Sjnu x. What to do with Milk Pails f j \ Clean them with Pearline. You can't get X V them so thoroughly sweet and pure in any I other way. Besides, it's easier for you— 1 c l u ' cker more economical. |\| *N. r I '' The box and barrel churn are not hard \1 J to keep clean. A little hot water and a little Pearline will clean any churn or do away '( with any bad odor.'' — The Dairy World, Chicago. Perhaps you think that some of the imita f% tions of Pearline, that you'd be afraid to '(Mj > v/**" A \ use in washing clothes, would do just as '/ well in work like this. They wouldn't * hurt tinware, certainly. But they wouldn't clean it, either, half as well as Pearline—besides, "don't play with the fire." If your grocer sends you an imitation, be honest—send it back. «o james pyle, New York. ,t I 111 .If A I tyk wv# mi JB m W m B H ! l Vf§ 'jm\ M a nt, w m n v m saga mm for Infants and Children. " Caotorialssowclladaptedtochildrenthat Castoria euros Colic, Constipation, I recommend It as superior to any prescription Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, known to mo." 11. A. Archer, M. D., Kilis Worms, gives sleep, and promote! d> 111 Co. O-tord St., Brooklyn, H. Y. gestlon, Without injurious medication. "The use of 'Castoria 13 so universal and "For several years I have recommended its merits co well known th.-.t It seems a work I your ' Castoria,' nr.d shall always continue to of supererogation to endorse it. Few arc tho I do so as it has invariably produced beneficial Intelligent families who do not keep Castoria I results." within cary reach.' 1 \ EDvrrsr F. Pardee, M. D„ Cat.los lUr-mt, D. D„ j 135 th Street and 7th Aye., Now York City. Now York City. | The Centaur CoirrANT. 77 MrrtßAT Street, New York Crrr. rafflj Cj jSflsr V F talizer puxes .ill nervousness or diseases of th« general* • organs, MBW -ST- f& fftg isv T BUchas: LyOst Sf nnliood, S»l<'epl<'»Mut*»». Tiicd !•<•«•(• f£|U\ \'l *e\ -\\ ins;', i'aina in the iiiuk, HK'bil; ty, Fimplcx, JiVnu- I 1 i&&J V» tfoii ache.lscEriliiat Weakneee, Nightly Emissions,lmpo sSSfi I \ sa *Jjr tencjr, l>ONpond«>nc,y, Varicocele, I'rpjiiatnreneßS H and Constipation. Cures where all else fails. Tho doctor OH. ias discovercutheactivoprinclploon which the vitality of tha BEFORE AND AFTER sexual aunnratus is decenncnt. The mason why Batterer* are not cured by physicians and medicines is beeanse overoo percent nro troubled wit!, B*rn*f ntlti <*, fur which OurtpiENß la the only known remedy tn cure the coui plaint wltlioatan operation A crrlfton tf.ujimnier. to refund tlie money If a permanent Cora is not pffteleu hv th* use of Fix bnxr't. (I.no a box, fI-c for (.\OO. Send for cucnlarnnd tesUinonials. Aidrcsi UAVOL IrlEOll'lJiE CO., P. O. Box 3CIG, Kan Francisco, Cal Mir .Sitin M C. ET. HANCE, Agent, 177-179 N. Bpring street. WONDERFUL CURES BY DR. WONG, 743 SOUTH MAIN ST., LOS ANGELES, CAL "Skillful ours Increases longevity to the "Ingeniously locating diseases through the world." puiseanaexoellent remedies are grout bless ings to the world." Four years sgo soy danghter, Virginia Bell, was treated by Dr. Wong far what physicians enlltd hie dires»e. and bad pronounced incurable* after treaUng her for eight years. Dr. Wong's diagnosis was that she was afflicted with one of the thirteen forms of cancer. Hia medicine efl'rcled a perms neat euro in seven mot. ths' time. Two > oars ago my grandson became blind in one eye. Dr. Wong restored lm sight in three weeks' time. A. LAftSWKi.L, Savannah, CoX At er lhad been treated cloven years, by six different doctors, for consumption, and they had staiea that I couldn't live two months. I took Dr. Wong's medicine and was cored iv saves) monitor. 1 enjoy excellent health and weigh 170 pounda Mas. A. M. AVKLA, 1612 Brooklyn aye.. Los Angelas, Cot. PRIVATE, NKRVOUs AND C 11 RON IC DISEA.SKS OF MEN quickly cured withoat the s* of jioiaons. 4000 cures. Ten years in Les Angeles. DR. WONG, 713 South Main St., Los Angeles. The Brinkerhoff System USED IN THE CUKE OF CHRONIC DISEASES KOT » DOLLAR NEED BE PAID FOR U'IPTITttK UN TIL CUKWI>. Esimina'ion aid foniDlt&tion Free, Cured Without Pain, , Usr> of Knife or Detention from Business Bomc of the Specialties Treated: Rupture, Varicocele, Hydrocele, Piles, Fissure, Fistula, Ulceration, And all Diseases of Women success fully Treated by This System. A Cure Guaranteed in All Curable Cases by BR. U. LEONIQD WELLS & CO., SPKOIA. LISTS, Office, 101 1-2 SOUTH BROADWAY, CORN BR FIRST. 1018 05 PERRY, MOTT & Co7s~ LUMBER YARD AND PLANING 11ILL3. 136 Commercial st. Los Angeles, ' a Baker Iron Works 950 TO OHO BUKMA VISTA BT, LOS ANGELES, - CAL. Adjoining S. P. Q.'juuli. TeL Hi. A SURE CURE FOR Children Cnred in 10 to 14 Days, Adults " " Ito 3 Mouths. POSITIVELY No Operation, No Pain, No Danger, No Detention from Business, No Pay Until Cured. CONSULTATION FREE. DR. A. L. De SOUCHET, Oilice 155 N. Spring; St. HOURS: 10 a. m. to 4 p m. dally. 10 a. m. to 1- m. sun leys. 9-1(1 6m J. M. Qriffltu, Pre*. John T. firlfflth, V.-Pres If. T Griffith, Secretary end Tr.asurer. £. 1- Chandler. Superintendent. J. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY LUMBER DEALERS And Manufacturers ol DOOK« WINDOWS, BLINDJ AND STAIU3 Mill wort of ev-ry description. 10 X i K. a sut.-aa a., Los AuseietV V 1 A