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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEWS MATTERS AND COMMENT UP TO DATE.
PASADENA SNEAK THIEVES. Recorder Rossi ter Gives Them a Sample ot tlie Law. A Number of Notable Ohnreh and Social Events. A gneeeaafal 'air Given by th* Ladles «r aii sainta' On area— rue Gelitl.inrn Kut.rtaln. New. Not.*. Pasadena, Nov. 24.—The tnoak thief wbo entered tbe house of T. Hong, cor ner ol Locutt and Molioe avenues, yes terday alternoon and made way with a number of articles, was among the pris oners before Judge Roititer today. A young man wbo Uvea near taw tbe man get into the house and identified bim today in court. When arretted a num ber of tbe stolen articles were found on him. After a brief trial tbe man, wbo gave the name of Stevenson, wat re mended for trial before the superior court. Hit chances for going over the road an coniidered very good. PRESBYTERIAN CONCERT. On next Friday evening a concert wiii fee given in tbe Preibyterian church by Mill Anna Metcalfe, assisted by Miss M. Edith Hainet, organist and accompan ist; Mr. Arnold Kraut, violinist; Mr. Winfield Blake, baritone; Mm Alice Eaton, contralto ; Mr. Phillip Goodwin, tenor. A SUCCESSFUL FAIR. Tbe baser, given by tbe ladies of All Saints' church In Wooster block, closed latt evening witb a large attendance. Tbe receiptt will foot np something over 1600, which goei into tbe organ fund. All tbe bootbt continued to be liberally patronized. At tbe fancy booth, in charge of Mist Greer, the pretident of the club, and Mrt. B. Marshall Wot kyni, about $185 worth of beautiful ar ticles were told, tome of tbe sets of em broidered table furnishings going for (30 eaeb. At Mrt. Granger'! sola pillow booth over $130 wee taken in. THE GENTLEMEN ENTERTAIN. Tbe social and lupper given in tbe patlors of tbe First Congregaional church last evening, was largely attend ed and proved to be a tource of great interest and merriment to all those present. Tbe affair wat entirely in charge of the Y. P. S. C. E. of'that church, and tbeir efforti proved to be a great success. NOTES. The Yonng Men's Christian Associa tion will hold their general service in Knigbta of Pythiat hall. Filh Block, Fast Colorado ttreet, at 3 o'clock. W. T. Hayhurst will conduct tbe service. Young men are welcome. Please note the change In the place of meeting. Key R. M. Websier wiil preach in G. A. R. hall Sunday afternoon at 3 t'clook. Subject: What ia Juitioe? Peats free. At the Pint M. E. Cburob the paitor, Rev. Clark Crawford will preach in tbe morning, and in the evening tbe service will consist principally of long by the chorus choir. Rev. Florence Kollock, of tbe Uni versalis! church, takes as ber subject tomorrow morning, Thanksgiving. At tbe Firit Congregational obnroh, Brother H. H. Wikoff will occupy tbe pulpit, both morning and evening. Prof. Keyea of Throop bai jutt re turned from'a lecture tour through Ven tura and Santa Barbara oountiet, and leaves in a few days for a tour through ban Diego county. Tbere will be a meeting at tbe M. E. cburob, corner of Marengo avenue and Colorado street, Monday, November 26th, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of organizing a looal advisory board of tbe California Ohildren's Home society. SANTA ANA. offiol.l Bond* Filed—Real Eatate Bale*. Note*. Santa Ana, Nov. 24.—Eunice M. Dow hat sold to Emma A. Honadle the eait half of Richland farm lot No. 32 for $1600. Mr. and Mn. C. A. Riggs, wbo were recently married in Oakland, arrived in tbe oity laat night, after a pleaiant trip. Tbey are "at borne" at the Kings resi dence on East First atreet. Thia wor thy couple bave the best wishes of a host of friends. James MoQulre will preach Sunday night in tbe Christian church on Signs Following Believers. Prof. G. Abram Smith will give a mu sical, witb his pupils, Deoember 14th. He will nse selections from Dudley Buck. Last night some sneaktbief broke into Dr. Qarnett's dental office and stole a great many ot his small dental instru ments, amounting to (150. No clue to tbe thief was obtained. Charles Sexton of Los Angeles came down today to spend Sunday. The following official bonds have been iled: R. L. Freeman, tax collector, bonds of 130,000, witb following suritiee: Q. A. Edgar, $5,000; H. Neill, $2500; D. Q. McOloy, $5000; D. M. Dorman, $10,000; M. Nissan, $6000; J. A. Turner, $5000; W. H. Moran. $2500; D. R. Sterling, •6000; W. B. Hervev, $8000; John Cub bon, $5000; W. S. Bartlett, $4000: O.W, Wilcox, $3000. IS. T. Harris, treasurer, bond of $80,- WO. with following sureties: D. H. Thomas, $10,000; Q. W. Ford, $20,000; W i£;Hervey, $12,000 ; 8. W. Preble, $16,000; W.O. McOloy, $10,000; J. 8. glee, 15,000; John West, $10.000; R. E. * 10 .< WO; M. M. Orookshank, $10,000; R. F. Chilton, $3000; M. A. JTomlis. $20,000; G. W. Mintea. $5000; j % 8 P T ar *' > on, $20,000. J. M. Landel. justice of the peace; bondsmen are P. A . Stockton and J. J. Schneider. J.B. Pierce, justice of the peace; Mien.™ Neipp. J ° bn P ''»-«°»» « k.i 0 /.™ b . n Mo^ o f , j aitioe 01 » h » peace; ? Buck V ' Ander<on " nd °- .JuS! 1 ? Ti H*- £ lch °l«on $000 to run for on the Prohibition ticket. i.„™.' up, , ne * lelt tod"? for ber horn* in Phuenix, Arizma P««.i«-?* Le !« h » nd ''"Ie son, of i!I .«* ,b !!L d r*° o,Dae heM «<>«>• "me if Bowman DlM ' tlßer,hi P with E. Housekeeping madTa pleasure by as tatine Glen wood range. Furrey Co" SAN PEDRO. Shipping N.w* Matter*-Loaa! Affair* of In tercet. I San Perm, Nov. 24.—Mr. W. 8. Clark of Long Beaoh waa tbe gueat of tlie Mistet Josie and Katie Savage one da; lust weak and waa moit agreeably entertained, tbe music be bad the plaiure of hearing being one of the pleaiantett features of a pleasant visit. San Pedro circle No. 253, Companions of the Forest, will give a grand ball on tbe evening of December LSlst, New Year's eve. Remember the date, it will be one of the social events of the season, Mr. Smith, a cousin of Mrs. I'razer, wife of the Presbyterian minister here, it visiting the maute, aod is so pleased with the country tbat he will buy a place and make this his future home. The funeral services of Miss Fannie Starbird, the notice of whose sudden death appeared exclusively in Toured ly morning's Herald, waa held in Wil mington on Friday. Her sister and brother-in-law came up from San Diego and took the remains back there for in terment. The coroner found heart fail ure was the cause of death. Many friends attended and followed the body to tbe depot, as a latt tribute of affection to one who was held iv such high esteem by all. George Barnes, superintendent of the Baker iron works, Los Angeles, visited White's point last Sunday to inspect tbe new pump and engine, supplied hy tbem to' Mr. K. D. Sepulveda, for the water works there. Everything worked like a charm, and both purchaser and manufacturer were pleased at the result. Nigbtwatobman Jat. Gillespie bat re signed his position. Ponndmaster Lemonre has once mora entered into private life, the council ac cepting his resignation last Thursday evening. The library is constantly receiving new books and ia a source of healthy recreation for all during the long winter evenings. All arrangements are complete for tbe performance of tbe "Hiok'ry Farm" by onr band boys next Wednesday evening. After tbe performance tbere will be a grand ball, at which the elite of the city will be present. Rev. Father Curran paid • pastoral visit to Long Beach last Wednesday. Tomorrow night tbere will be an election of officers for San Pedro Lodge No. 126, K. of P. All members earnestly invited to attend. Yesterday Miss Ciesere and Mr. Mike Gardiner were married in Los Angelee. Long life and prosperity to the happy couple. Lindscow's restaurant will reopen on December Ist under tbe management of Mr. R, C. Johnson, a restaurateur of long experience. The sofa cushion raffled by Miss Mamie Harvey last Wednesday evening, was won by Mrs. R. D. Sepnlveda. Oar sea captains bave many of them • shrewd eye to business, as waa evi denced by Captain McKie of the Re porter, wbo whilst in L>a Angelea latt week invested in some choice real estate. Considerable complaint ia made of the damage done to treet at White's point by mischievous boys Last wssk two were arretted, which ought to be a warning to the others not to destroy trees whioh are planted at tbe cost of muob time and trouble to provide a pleasant picnicking ground in tbe future at this charming retort. Services at tbe Methoditt Episcopal church at usual today. Rev. S. M. Widney'i subjects are, for the morning, Ezekiel'a Vision; and in tbe evening. Tbe Parable of tbe Sower. Concert service at the Presbyterian church tonight, with a leoture from the Rev. Mr. Frazer on Tbe Manners and Customs of the Alatkan Indiana, among whom he lived tor tome time. Tbe proceeds will be devoted to Alaskan missions. H. T. Stanley, formerly of ,tha Cooi Bay, whioh broke ber shaft at Santa Cruz island this last trip, mutt be some what of a Jonah, he being porter on the Loa Angelet when the went down. It ia peculiarly unfortunate for Captain Ipsen, as thia ie only bia second trip in command of the steamer. JohnF. Dial and Mies Francis Fraitoa were married at the Catholic church, j Wilmington, by Rev. Father Curran latt ! week. Tbey are honeymooning at Los I Angeles. Tbe steamer Lakme. Captain Bonne- ' field, brought in 700,000 feet of lumber ', for tbe San Pedro Lnmber company. ! This it tbe first oargo to arrive here ! under tbe new tariff, and comes from : a British Columbia port, viz, Van- j oouver. SANTA MONICA. Perfect Weather. But Kaln Badly Weeded—Motet. Santa Monica, Nov, 24.—He who would growl at the weather we are en joying now, would complain should he have the choicest location in paradise. Tbe only thing we now ask it rain. Tomorrow, Sunday, is St. Andrew's day, and special musio appropriate for tbe occaaioa will bs rendered, and the rector will attune his discourse to the memory of the taint. Morgan Hoatetter, son and William Owent, of the south tide, have left for tbe mountaini, where they will try their luck at mining. Meatrt. Gillit have added another two-story show case to their drug em porium. Mrt. T. H. Oonkle is on tbe tick list, I am eorry to report. Tbe Outlook muet be enjoying good timet, judging by its improved appear ance and the many improvements, in cluding new front and cement walk about ita home. Subjects at the M. E. oburoh, tomor row, are: 11 a. m., The Duty of Self Examination; 7:30 p. m., God Nigh Ut. Epworth league, 6:30 p. m„ Conversions and Converts. At tbe Preabyterian church, Dr. Hen derson, tbe pastor, officiating, the sub ject of the morning discourse will be, The Ohrlatianization ot Arnerioa; at night, the third lecture on The Life and Times of Either will be delivered. At Congregational cburob, in the morning, Rev. Geo. H. DeKay will preach on The Discipline of Affliction. In the evening tbere will be a Sunday school concert —a Morning Star evening, witb good recitations by a number of little folk. Wm. Hamilton of Tebachepi it visit ing Senator J. P. Jones. Have you got tbe headaohe trom im pure air, smoke and odor in your room? Use tbe Eleotrie oil beater; no smoke and odor. Furrey 00., 101 N. Spring. Kregelo & Bretee, funeral directors, Broadway and Sixth ttreet. Tel. 243. Wall paper house of the coast, 328 S Spring. LOS Aggggg HEBALPg SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1894 RIVERSIDE. Mist Ererest'a afternoon Tea —Local •Jotting*, Riverside, Nov. 24.— The mntical and dramatic entertainment given by local talent at Y. M. O. A. ball Wednesday evening last hat fully demonstrated the fact that Riverside bat tome dramatic talent. Tbere ie now talk of organizing a dramatic club for tbe winter montbe. The play on Wednesday evening was well received, and the entire audience gave cnmittakable aignt of approval. Since the closing of the New York kitchen there bat been another res taurant opened, and it is understood tbat still another will be running next week, Mist Carrie Everett, the accomplished daughter of H. B. Everest, the proprie tor of the Arlington hotel in this city, gave a tea party to her lady friends on Thursday last. There were about 200 gnests present,i and tbe afternoon was apent in a most enjoyable way and to the greatest satisfaction and pleasure of all present. The parlors of the Arling ton were mott tastefully and exquisitely decorated witb tbe choicest flowers, evergreens and rare plants. The reception was held from 3 to 5 p.m., and never in tbe history of River tide has there teen such an aggrega tion of beauty and culture. There it some niinir of a book bting found that io.longed to Bed' of the Park ho(el in which it it said' that the namet of quite a number of prominent men of this city appeared at purchasers of beer and permitted the tarns to be charged. The town is being visited' at present by a large number of tbat olas i of peo ple wbo are denominated hobos. The ladiet of tbe order of the Eastern Star entertained tbe children st Masonic Temple on Friday evening last. The ministers of the Methodist church of this and San Bernardino county will bold a meeting in this city tomorrow in the forenoon. Dr. W. A. Wright of Riv erside will read a paper on the New So ciology. Ltinoh will be served by Mrs. Casewell, wife of the presiding elder. On TbanktKiving day tbere will be much sport offered. Tbe Uun club will put in the entire day at blueroeka and live birds aud tbote who are expert! witb the long range Winchester will have a chance in a turkey shoot at 25 cents a ihot, at a distance of 200 yards. Albert Penny of Los Angelet, an ac tive member in Y. M. C. A. circlet, is in thit oity, and will address the meeting at Y. M. C. A. hall thia afternoon at 3:30. Tbe eastern tourist, leeking health, pleasure and a more congenial home, is frequently met with now upon our ttreett; travel is growing better aod tbingt generally bave a more encourag ing look tban for ions time pait. RIVERA. Walnut Man Get Large Return ■ and Mow Havo Urangsa to Hall. Rivbba, Not. 24,— The revival aa rv icei at tbe Christian church came to a Close last Thursday night. ' Rsv. H. M. Bel), of the Rivera Baptiat church, is assisting Evangelist Ledford in a series of meetings at Whittier. Twenty enthusiastic Good Templars went from Rivera Thursday to attend the district lodge at Pasadena. Eighteen carloads of lumbar have been ordered for building purposes, to be delivered at Rivera at onoe . , Mr. Morgan is improving tbe hotel property. •> Mr. Harrier is making arrangemeu ti for a news stand bero. Last night, Friday, tbe teaohers, pupils and friends of oar sobools, the Rivera, Ranohito and Gallatin, gathered in our town hall at a "school sooial." Tbe idea occurred to Mr. Spencer, prin cipal of the Rivera sohool, tbat it would stimulate the pupils to bold at stated in • tervals a joint meeting to exhibit actual work done by tbe pupils. The pro gramme latt night was quite impromptu but very good. The oomnositions and other work displayed were excellent. ; The Ranchito school deserves special j mention for its exhibit of map and ; physiological drawing, and also for the i neat and convenient arrangement of tbe ; specimens. 1. Ywterday appeared on our streets the j familiar form and laoe of Mr. Frank ; West, tbe pioneer liveryman of Rivera, who left here about four years ago. Tbe walnuts are not all off yet but tbe last oar will probably go before Decem ber Ist. The walnut men have done pretty well. The cash returns wiil aver age over $1400 for each member of tbe association. Io caae of further needs, however, tbey have a small orange crop ooming on, probably 160 oarloads, whioh will help tbem out io these hard times. The trees are well filled, the fruit of ex actly the right size, and prices Will be satisfactory no doubt. /ia Arui) princess, Mis 3 Alico Azec erho ie to enter the Httrvard annex tl. fall, soys that in her own country nr. are not allowed to write until they c; add a long chain of titles to their UftCK Women are not expected to write * publication, but sho'hopes to secure th . privilege when flic has obtained tl titles from American and English i:.:. versifies. Then sho expects to fonnd magnificent library whioh will becon: a monument to her lather. She th proposes to give her life to tho ornelior Won of the WOinau of her race in ti orient, and the pub-tie library is to b - , coma a port of tho school system of (• conntry. iltss Azeez has been living*! retirement iv Brooklyn for somo tftnt She is only 19 years of age, bnt rtotk stands the Arabian, Assyrian, Grocir. Latin, French, German and Eugli languages. Specimens of her nesdh work adorn tho shelves of the Metn, politan Museum of Art in New Yorl and the Poabody museum at Cambridge. Mass. Tha Placa of. Torment Of bilious people la chiefly in the region of the liver, but with the extreme discomfort located there are associated sour stomach, yellownes of the skin and eyeballa, morning, nausea, an unpleasant breath, furred tongue, sick head ache, and Irregularity of the bowels. For each and all of these unpleasantnesses, Hosteller's Stomach Bitters is a swift and agreeable rem edy. It is greatly preferable to any vegetable purgative or drastic mineral cathartic. Such pseudo-specifics uuially do more harm than good. In malarial oomnlalnsts the liver Is al ways Involved. lor such disorder, as well as for rheumatic and kidney trouble, nervousness and debility. Hosteller', stomach Bitters la a remedy. Physicians strougly commend it for its promptitude and thoroughness, aud profes sional approval li fully justified by publio ex perience during more than a third of a csntury. SANTA BARBARA. THE BEAUTIES OF THE CITY ATTRACT MANY PEOPLE, A BalldlDg Boom In Fall Swleg—New* Not** and Fertonal Man sion of G*n*ral Interest. Santa Barbara, Nov. 24.—The ad vantages of Santa Barbara aa a plaoe of residence have become so widely known that those wbo bave visited our city once always return from their wander ings to viiit again, and finally to aettle here. Many familiet have taken up tbeir reiidence here, and tbe number of touriitt for the winter at thii date out numbers by at least 50 those of latt year. Tbe features of good climate, good drainage, beautiful scenery, are the foundations upon which Santa Barbara's prosperity and fair fame are built. Tbey give the place tbe health which blooms out into a beauty tbat is acknowledged by everybody. Tbe beautiful bomei, our excellent hotels and perfect sur roundings make this city more popular each year. NEW BUILDINGS. Apropos of the building boom ipoken of in this p*n»r flnma dsys ego the fol lowing ii a lilt oi houses now in course of construction: The Crocker houses near tbe Minion are nearly finished and are greatly admired by all wbo visit tbat portion of the oity. One has been sold for $12,000 and tbe next largett one for $10,000. Tbe Odd Fellowi' building on Cabritlo street is nearly finished and il one of tbe mott impoiing buildingi in tbe city. Tbe elegant reiidence erected by Mrs. Parmlee on Santa Barbara ttreet it com pleted and tbe interior it one of 'the mott perfeot in tbe way of modern con veniences in Santa Barbara. A large house on tbe same street is being put up by Mr. Manning wbo will use it ai his reiidence. Mrt. Parmlse il alto erecting a busi ness block opposite tbe Arlington. Tbe architecture ii unique, being of tbe Japanese pagoda style. Mr. G. G. Ltelle it erecting a pretty five room cottage on Bath ttreet. Another unique five room cottage Ii in course of conttruction, Mr, F. A. Orella being the owner. The reiidence of Dr. Catel is com pleted, and will soon be occupied by tbe family. Contraots for 10 other buildings will be let next month. Every prospect points to a splendid f nture for Santa Barbara, and with the coming of the railroad a new era will open for our fair oity. NOTES AND PERSONALS. Preparations for tbe Arlington ball are perfected and the event will be tbe most elaborate ever given here. Several society people from Los Angeles and San Francisco will be in attendance. Tbe new Arlington orchestra furnishes the music. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Fithian, Mrs. An drews and Miss Fithian,of Paris, France, are here for the season visiting Mr. R. Barrett Fithian and Mrs. J. Fithian,Jr., of Montecito. Mrs. E. P. Dnnn, mine host of tbe Arlington, has returned from a business trip to Lob Angeles. The grand jury ia still in session and they will be' for some days to coma. Some, interesting, if not sensational, evidence may be bronght ont. Mr. W. W. Norrie of New York oity. now enjoying ranch life in Montecito, leaves for Los Angeles this week. He goes on tbe recommendation of hia doc tor, who orders a change of climate. Mr. Henry Dater, jr., of New York city, now spending a few months in Montecito, leaves for Los Angelea this week on a prolonged visit. Tbe water toheme, first mentioned ia tbe Herald, ia well nnder way, and, when perfected, will be given to the public Tbe breaking of the shaft of the steamer Coos Bay completes quite a series of accidents for tbe Pacific Steam ship company. As announced exclu sively in the Herald, the disabled ves sel was towed north by the Pomona Friday night. Tbe Americas Vaudeville company played to a small sized house on Friday night. A much larger audi ence greeted them Saturday evening. Mr. VV. H. Porterheld, tbe agreeable and hustling representative of the Her ald, has been in the city for several days booming tbe interests of his paper. The subscription list stepped up to and over the hundred mark, and is con stantly glowing. The Herald, nnder its new management, is meeting with tbe auocess it deserves. Mr. F. A. Shepard, formerly proprie tor of tbe San Marcos, ia in tbe oity. Tbe San Marcos hotel will open a n der new management about January Ist. The new Santa Barbara bicycle track, built by Santa Barbara wheelmen, is completed and promise's to be very fast. A large delegation of tourists are booked for Santa Barbara for December Ist. The fashionable boarding houses are en'oying a good business. Mr. Justinian Caire, owner of tbe Santa Cruz island, bas come home for a few weeks' visit. He has a number of San Francisco friends with him. Mirimar, Montecito, is aa popular as ever witb the tourists and'a goodly number are enjoying life at this pleas ant resort. Officers are keeping a striot watch on "hobos" and as fast as tbey arrive they are compelled to walk or do duty in the chain gang. CARLSBAD. Kplaoopal Ohtapal Ooaaoerated—Qaaeral •nd Buslnosa M»tt-r«. Cablsbad, Not. 22. — Laai Sunday morning tbe Episcopal chapel her* wm coniecrated by Rot. Biibop Niebola, D. D. Tbe service wat well attended and moat interetting. He held eervice and confirmation in Oceanaide in the evening and a eervice in San Louie Rey on Monday morning, all of whioh are the charget oi Rev. Jacob. Another lot of pipe has arrived for tbe Minneapolia Beaoh colony. One more iamily haa come. As work baa not yet progressed euffioiently to juatily bia remaining there, the bead oi th* houae, a shoemaker, whoa* nam* I, did not learn, haa located in Oceanaide until there ia more bneineea there. A lew friends gathered at th* resi dence ol Mr. and Mra. Frank Knowlea on Friday evening, and enjoyed them-i eelvee playing whlat. I Tb*offic*ol road overseer ie not i*t filled. Tbe contest ie between Mr. Hen the incumbent, and Mr. Solander. The young men of town have organ ized a bachelors' club and rented tbe building opposite tbe Palma, where they meet almost every evening and enjoy themselves in regular man fashion. Tbere was a pretty wedding in San L«ii Rey last Sunday afternoon, at tbe reiidence of Mr. William Libbey. Tbe contracting partiea were .Mies Klla Lib bey of San Luit Rey and Mr. Frank Soboyler of Oceantide. Tbe ceremony wai performed by tbe Rev. Jacob at 6 o'clock, and witnessed by the immediate membera of both families and relativei only. Tbe groom bad purchased tbe Tuttle reiidence, which wai in readinen for the home-coming. After a very pleas ant evening tbe young couple took pos session and commenced housekeeping at once. Daring tbe week the announcement waa made that the firm formerly known at Schuyer & Son, would in future be known as tbe Schuyer Hardware com pany, tbe firm consisting of John Schuyer,' Frank Wilton and May Schuyer. J. A. Bond company ii a new firm that will begin business about Decem ber 1. They bave rented the Gleobner building on Second etreet, and are im proving it preparatory to opening a new and well selected stock of groceries. They will alio deal in country produce. J. C. Jonei, who bought tbe Home place, the largett and bandiomett in town, hai not yet been able to dispose of bit Colorado property to advantage, to remains there during tbe summer, coming to California for the winter. Mrs. Jonea arrived a few days ago and will loon be joined by ber huiband, Don Glover, an Engliihman who pur chased property in the valley on time, bas decamped,leaving unpaid bills to tbe tune of $600 or $700. What be left has been levied on, but will not pay 25 cents on tbe dollar. M. Pieper, of tbe South Pacing, ia in attendance on the hotel keepers' conven tion in Los Angeles. A new commission home, bakery and paint and paper boute are among the new businesses to be opened in the near futnre. So much for tbe promised advent of water. ELSINORE. Real Estate Tran afar*—Personal and New* Mention. Elsinobe, Cel., Nov. 23.—80 th health and pleasure-ieekers are beginning to make tbeir appearance in increased numben. Meters. N. A. Coleman, Oeo. O. Cole man and George Hess, capitalists' of Lin coln, Neb., are looking this section over witb a view of buying some realty and becoming permanent residents of Elii nore. Mrs. O. M. Salisbury Is papering, painting and otherwise repairing ber several residences. Her son-in-law and daughter, F. E. Hurlbut and wife, of Rockford, IU., arrived here a abort time ago and are now permanent residents. Dr. and Mrs. H. 0. Royer are in your oity attending the meeting of the South ern California hotel association. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Richards have just returned from Los Angeles where they have been visiting for several days. Capt. J. B. Sutton and wife.who have been visiting their daughter in Escondi do for several days,returned home Tues day. J. F. Jones and T. Frame, grand ju rors from this place, are at home for a few days. O. C. Briggs, a capitalist of LOs An geles, ia here, a guest of tbe Hot Springs hotel. J. K. Schanck, Weill-Fargo'i agent at this place, has moved into the dry goods store of 8. 8. Lauler. Wm. Collier, of Riverside, one of the largest stockholders in tbe Eliinore coal minei, is in town this week on busi ness connected with the mine. Tom Gulliver and William Newton attended a big ball at Menefee last evening, given by H. Hanna. The latest in the way of a publication Is the Industrial Age, published at Eliinore by Attorney Julian P. Jones. It is a neat 16 page monthly periodical, well printed and ably edited. Messrs. Dickey & Leech, the con tractors on the new Lake View hotel, will soon put on a larger foroe, and will bave the building completed within the time specified. Supervisor S. A. Stewart bas his teams and men at work potting in a large acreage to grain. Captain Dutton says because the voters of thli county laid by tbeir votes tbat be wai not to administer upon the estates oi tbe dead, he knew of no rea son why be should not continue to tel real estate to the living. ANAHEIM. A Slick Tonng Man Wbo Fooled Real Estate Dealer?. Anaheim, Not. 24.—Resolutions oi re spect to the memory of Theodore Reiser and condolence to tbe widow and rela tions of the deceased, were drafted by tbe city oonncil. Taesday morning a dodiah appearing young man, who registered at the Com mercial hotel as A. E. Nennis, and to Barker, the real estate man, represented himself to be E. C. Hockings, came to Anaheim for tbe ostensible purpose of investing in a hotel site for which bis father was ready to pay a oaeb price.' The Mitchell hotel property was shown him, whicb just suited, and bis father would be here On Friday to close the bargain. In the meantime he hired liv ery rigs and sported with the girls until Friday evening, when he slipped away, leaving his board and livery bill unpaid. Marshall Steadman took the next train in pursuit of tbe bill-jumper, and while in Lot Angeles caught a thiel named "Charlie," who burglarised a barber shop in this plaoe latt winter, and brought him to Anabelm last night. The slick young man was not lighted yesterday, but the marahal has tome pointeri whicb will lead to bis arrest today. A few weeks ago Ernest Oayeeof Texas and Miss M. Polhemus of this oity were married. Scarce bad tbe honeymoon waned wben proceedings were brought against Mr. Oayse from bis first wife in the east for a divorce. Anaheim will have a new harness shop, with E. H. Susneil as proprietor. R. W. MacGillvray has accepted a position with M. E. Eyestone at Pasa dena. Daring his stay in Anaheim Mr. MacGillvary baa made many friends. At the resldenee ot Mrs. Knapke, on next Wednesday evening, the marriage ol Mies Tereea Knapke oi this city to Mr. Carl Sieland of Chino will bo cele brated. Th* cards are oat for a military ball to be given on the night of the 30th by the memberi of Company G. The fol lowing named gentlemen are on the in vitation committee: Captain Halpin. Lieutenant Landell and Lieutenant Abbey; reception committee. Sergeant Bailey, Corporal MoFadden, Private Boyd; floor committee, Firit Sergeant Adama, Corporal Devoe, D, A. Paiohail and F. B. Lewis. The Christian Endeavor society of the Preibyterian ohurcb will oelebrate the fourth annual anniversary of the society with an interesting programme at the Hotel del Campo on the evening of De cember 4th. About 20 carload! will be the output of walnuts shipped from thlt vicinity thit season. The types make tbe writer lay the electric light bonds were sold at a pre mium of $1000, whioh should read $100. Mr. Reed and family of Portland, Ore , who have been the gneßts of Mr. Carghill, left Anaheim yesterday for Los Angelea, where they will spend tbe winter. Tbe death of Theodore Reiser leaves but four of the original settlers of the mother colony: August Langenberger, J. P. Zeyn, O. Leudke and Henry Werder. Messrs. Heinsch, Lewis and McWil liams, of tbe city council, bave esti mated that Anaheim will be lighted with electricity in 60 days. LONG BEACH. Reorganization or th* Board or Trade. w*fter m.».„ Long Beach, Nov. 24.—The Long Beacb band boys' concert, which wai to have been given Friday night, was, on account of tha killing of Merchant Elikan, poitponed nntil tomorrow, Mon day night. The proceed! of the concert Will go to buy uniforms. The Long Beacb Musical and Literary club gave a pleating entertainment, which wai largely attended, Thursday evening, at Foresters' hail. Tbe Long Beaob board of trade, wbioh haa been in a highly concentrated state of innoouout desuetude for a couple of yeart or more, bat been resurrected and this taction of tbe country, its advan tages, itl possibilities and it! probabili ties will be let forth by a progressive and energetic organization of represen tative citizens and business men. At tbeir late meeting tbey adopted a con stitution and by-laws and elected Mr. Thomas Stowell president. Seven vice presidents, repreienting Long Beacb, Cerritos and Alamitoi were elected, also a secretary and treasurer. The meeting was largely attended and great interest taken in its proceedings. The list of membership up to date ii 66 and this will probably be increased at tbe meet ing tonight, Saturday. Long Beaoh ii in about the tame fix as ia tbe city of Los Angeles, in not baying a large hotel to accommodate tbe winter tourists. While we have in the Seaside inn and Fetterman house a oouple of as good hotela aa can be fonnd, still tbeir accommodations are limited on account of size. Rumora have been thicker than frogs in a Terminal island tamale grove about somebody or some company going to build a large, first-class hotel, but, like the same old etory tbat perennially crops np in Angelville, tbere'i nothing in it. At the board of trustees' meeting Thuraday afternoon, Trustee Danio was empowered to hire counael to prosecute suit ior the collection of delinquent licanaea. Truetee J. C. Dunn of com mittee on aewera and aanittaion, waa authorized to ace that aeveral nuiaancea now exiating nnder the bluff, be abated. Meaaurea for tbe protection of the city againat tbe depredations of tramps by organizing a chain gang to put them to work on tbe Btreets, waa under con sideration and will be the subject oi a apeoial meeting later. A iranohise to lay water pipes in all tbe atieets and avenues oi the oity waa asked ior by the Alamitos Water com pany, and was relerred to the ordinance oommittee. A like request, bat addressed to the president of th* board oi truateea, waa received irom Gen. E. Bouton of the Bonton Water company waa referred to the committee on fire, water and treea, for the purpose of getting more definite information. The latter requeat aaka ior a 60-year iranohiae. Rev. E. A. Healy oi Ontario, and late ly psßtor oi the M. E. church oi thia place, apent Thuraday night here with hia parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett of Loa Angeles apent a couple oi days at the Fetterman house early in ths week. J. and H. Sbarpstein oi Sedalia, Mo., were viaitora tbia week. Barney Cumminga oi Denver apent a couple oi daya aa a gueat oi tbe Fetter man daring the week. PERRIS. Mining News —A Maw Hotel—Local Notas. Pebbis, Nov. 24.—The chrysanthe mum fair, held by the ladies of tbe M. E. Churoh Aid society last week, wbb a success, both artistically and financially, netting the Aid sooiety about $100. Messrs. Griffiths, Carton and Eaata brook, wbo are interested in tbe Alice mine, located south of Perris, are here inspecting tbeir property and announce that they will erect a stamp mill. The hotel at Lakeview waa thrown open to the publio Thursday night. It ia one of tbe beat fitted up caravanaariea in tbe connty. Harry Moore, son of .lodge J. R. Moore, haa been quite ill for aeveral days, but la now on a fair way to reoov- cry. L. L. Newerf and wife have moved to Log Angelea, where Mr. Newerf haa em barked in tbe real estate business. W. l>. Newer! will remain in Ferria and look after tbeir nursery. A. W. Hook, of Hook Broa. & Oak, baa just completed a neat two atory frame dwelling on Seventh atreet where he will in fnture reaide. A obild of Mr. and Mra. L. T. Cook died on the 17th ioat... Born, on November 21st, to the wiie oi Maynard Mapes, aeon. A gentleman from Nebraska named Bishop bas purchased tbe Freeman ranch at Mountain Glen. J. VV. Nance has commenced to build another briok block on D atreet. Mr. Dennis, owner oi tbe Infidel mine aituated near the Good Hope, haa juat put in a five-stamp mill on the prop erty. A einging olaaa haa been formed here and Miaa Work haa charge oi it. The first meeting waa held Friday night. Quite a number oi sales oi real estate were made during the past week. Stoli. m Blejrcl*. Detective Batea caught another al leged bioycle thiei yeaterday aiternoon. Tbe yonng man gave the name oi W. J. Brian. Aa the wheel waa a poor ono he will be tried for petty larceny. SAN BERNARDINO. THE GRAND JURY TAKES UP THE BARNES CASE. Tba First National Bank Affair In Statu (jno - Th* Grand Jury Commlttaas—Paraonal ltf antlon. San Bernardino, Nov. 24. —The famous Barneß case ia practically dis posed of, so far as tbe preliminary ex amination is concerned. After several postponements the examination was set for next Monday morning at 11 o'olock, but the grand jury organized yesterday morning, and in a few minutes thereafter sent for Salter and Mrs. Barnes, starting in on these two criminals for a com ment. They will probably push their investigations and find bills at once against the two poisoners. Sheriff Lowrie ol Yavapai county, Ariz., with two deputies and seven prisoners, en route to the Yuma peni tentiary, arrived here this morning on tbe delayed overland, and left for Yuma after a hurried breakfast. The prisoners were hard cases, their crimes ranging from murder down to forgery. One of the most villainons was a fiend who cat his unstress' head off while she was pleading for meroy. At his trial he pleaded guilty and was sentenced for life. Foreman Anderson of the grand Jury has appointed the following committee: On tbe offices of treasurer, recorder, clerk, transcriber and auditor: J. 8. Purdy, Samuel Rolfe, E. J. Waite; ex perts, D. A. Moulton and D. T. Brum mett. Assessor's and tax collector's offices: Dexter Field, J. W. Tibbot and W. D. Covington; expert, LH. Curtis. Sheriff, jailer, bailiffs, judges, district attorney, superintendent of schools, coroner and publio administrator: H, L. Drew, Seth Marshal and J.L.Jonas; experts, W. W. Blanchard and S. S. Draper. Supervisors, clerk of the board, pub lio buildings and grounds, county phy sician ami health officer: Wilson Hays, J. S. Garcia and Jobn Harrison; ex perts, £. G. Husttd and George L. Bryant. General committee: C. B. Paine, Joseph Brown, B. B. Fox, R. 0. Brack enridge. B. P. Davis, John Andreson and E. E. Kstz, The Ministers' nnion of tbe city at tbeir lust meeting decided to use all their efforts during December to ridding the city of fast houses and fast women, and at the trustees' meeting Thursday night a speolal committee waited on that body, asking for tbe co-operation ol the board. Tbe latter offered the com mittee every opportunity for work, but could not see any way to officially oper ate in the matter, so the pulpits will no doubt send forth sensational sermons during December. Every Thanksgiving the people of San Bernardino remember the little or phans at their home on Base Line and C streets, and thia year is no exception. During tbe past two days turkeys, clothing and good things of all kinds have been pouring in at the sanitarium. Tbe jury in tbe case of Charles Emory who was accused of firing the toll house of the Arrowhead compauy in Water man canon, some months ago, brought in a verdict of not guilty at 2 o'clock this afternoon, being out since 11 a.m. The Industrial Journal, the organ of the Populists in this county, announces with its issue today its indefinite sus pension. The only Popnlist in the county elected, a constable in the Highland* precinct, failed to record his bill ol ex penses and consequently the inoumbent will retain the office. Nothing has developed yet in tha First National bank affair. The atook holders are willing to purohaae the stock of Joe Brown, late president, bat he is not willing to sell at a reasonable rate, hence everything ia atill in ebaoa. It is expected that same understanding will be reached in a few daya. A. N. Karmler, one of the prominent horticulturists of Etiwanda, was here today. H. M. Willis, jr., eon of Jndge Willie, haa formed a law partnerahip with Frank Car, one of the leading attorneya oi Phoenix, Ariz., and will leave shortly ior that place. Mra. C. J. Wilder, wife oi the audi tor oi the Southern Pacific, and two children, are here viaiting her grand pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mettler. W. A. Van Slyke and iamily have re moved to Los Angelea, where they will hereafter reaide. Mr. Van Slyke ia In terested in the oil industry there. Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. 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