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VOL. XLIII. NO. 49.
Gratitude
DISTRIBUTED
>--*ME§£?^ BOUGHT HIS OVERCOAT HERE
T ?.° .7l LL Dt i. 80 * LB O- Gratitude ell around. The man who wants an Overcoat for hlm
tcll ana boy, and who doein't see our Hue, makes one oi the mtstakee of hia life.
MASCULINE HEAD COVERING
A success here, like all else. We carry flood Hate without fancy prloes.
THANKSGIVING UNDERWEAR....
MULLENTbTUETT I GO.,
101 NORTH SPRING STREET.
201-203-205-207 & 2Q9 W. FIRST ST.
this j two BIG SHOWS! "»° "
Wonder
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willib. Packed
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MISS ANNIE PICARD. THE STANLEYS.
M_ „ r— BANFORD and RICE.
Urt C. miss emha frangis. PnMTNP
MERRY SINGLETON. j vV/*II»IXl\J
\ » / i -y— ii MISB LAURA MITCHELL.
W I I rl DAVID VAN. PRINCE "TOTO." | gtti
A BIG WEEK OF SUNDAY. DEC. 2,
-a big*- | HOLIDAY
M litFwiTiru Mill««
10,20,25& 50 CTS
M MILUE CHRISTINE
\W\ FOR THREE DAYS ONLY
ipfjn™ AT 330 SOUTH SPRING STREET.
Conjunction With Ariel.
ON LV 1Q CENTS ADMISSION.
JOHNSON'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
—A SPECIAL PRODUCTION OF—
Tie Streets of Net Yort
PROF. W, MANNING will box every night. Scleral other specialties will be Introduced.
and 50c.
HALL.
THANKSGIVING NIGHT, NOVEMBER 29, 1894.
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL,
Under the Auspice* of the Ancient Order of United Workmen. Tickets SI
ADMITTING OKNTLKMAN AND LADIEM,
REGINA MUSIC BOXES
Play an unlimited number of tunea. New music, late and popular, lamed weekly.
First music box manufactured In the United States, The mechanism, with ordinary
care, laata a lifetime. The caaea are ornamental, the music fascinatiug. Over 1000
tunes now ready.
BARTLETT BROS., Sole Agents. 103 N. Spring st.
: IP's CRYSTAL PALACE:
ft DEPARTMENT CROCKERY STORE, ■
Bi 138-140-142 8. MAIN BT. ©
mm ———— | mm
H SPECIALS Turkey Platters, Large *
B FOR ENGLISH, rA HI
%%) vtt 1 l * Nioely decorated, each UUO A
s Wedacsday "Z~ _ 98e
-2 CARLSBAD CHINA, (ft A r)r ™
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S TruiimitniT GAME PLATES, ZQp •
Bl 111 111 X(iM V RhßlikhPorceialn, decoratod, perset.. VvJKj Am
q lllUlMiaj cranberry Bowls, ,Q P m
MB FOR SERVING TOUR Crystal Glass, each 1 \7U
§k Cranberry Dishes, A Qp 2
_ fpt 1 ?_!__ (Individual). Crystal Glass, per set *V« mm
J I OaOKSf IVIDg CARVERS, 0/ p •
WW BO Sheffield make, per set v/tO |
■ TnnlrAn Dinner Knives, fJQp ■
MM I||lK P V Sterling Silver Triple Plate, per set.... \JsJ\J
B lulft W Dinner Forks, QQ P g
_ Al Extra Silver Plate, per set U(J\J Mm
2 ■ Dinner Forks, 07 P •
IfEVDrDP TMirui Good Nickel Pate, per set £J I\J I
• M™ G W\ Preserve Spoons, 1Q P •
mm *»1 • • • • • U . . . Good Nickel Plate, per set I\JVJ
fii»ia®i»B»i »b i# ■#>
Bttrns, FOR MAN Bruises,
MUSTANG LINIMENT
Bhetanatism, AND BEAST. Stiff Joints.
The Herald
LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 29, 181)4-
THANKSGIVING
THE DAY FOR GIVING THANKS.
Services in the Churches and
Turkeys in the Homes.
Thanksgiving Uiforlngrs to the De-
Berviuir Poor.
The Fall Field Daj or tho Athletic Club
Offers a Flno Entertainment tor
the Sport Loving
Public.
Thanksgiving day will be pretty gen
erally celebrated in this oity today, prin
cipally by tbe churches, the athletes,
tbe lovers of sports and the lovers ol
good things to eat. The business booses
will close in recognition ol tbe day, and
tbe schools likewise. Tbe theaters ol
tbe city give special matinees, and tbe
churches hold services appropriate to
tbe occeaion.
Tbe poor people of tbe city will enjoy
the day, thanks to the school children
who yeeterday brought articles of all
kinds te the eeveral saboole until one
gentleman wbo visited tbe different
school houses eaid tbat any one of tbe
collections of good things would discount
tbe Loe Angeles county display at tbe
midwinter fair.
Sports in the afternoon will be the
principal outdoor amusement afforded.
A game of baseball takes place at First
street grounde in tbe afternoon.
FALL FIELD DAY.
Tbe Programm* or Sport, to ba Given
at Athletic Park.
Today is the fall field day of the Los
Angeles Athletic olnb and an excellent
programme has been arranged, to be
given at Athletic park.
At 1:30 the events will commence and
the whole afternoon will be crowded
full of them, varied enough to please
everybody.
Tbe wheelmen of the club have been
training for the day for weeks. Every
afternoon a track fall of them might
have been eeen at tbe park with aweat«
ters nnd robbers and all the track para
phernalia, ygetting down to fine con
dition.
Al Schock, tbe champion six-clay man,
has had charge of several of the wheel
ers, notably Fay Stephenson. Tbis well
known athlete will endeavor today to
establieh a new ooaet record.
"I sball ride 100 miles," be said to a
Herald reporter yesterday, "if it takes
a week, bat I expect to make it in lees
thau 5 hours, and tbat will give me tbe
coast record."
Waller now holds the coast record and
A. Harding ol St. Louis holds the Amer
ican record for 100 miles in 4 boars, 37
minates and 66 4 5 seconds. Stephen"
son iB a strong rider and Schock bas him
in fine trim, so tbat tbe chances of his
getting a record are good.
Emil Ulbricht, another powerful
rider, will pace Stephenson for 25 miles
and endeavor to make a reoord on that
distance, or possibly lower tbe one hour
record.
The entries for tbe events today are as
follows;
bicycle, mile, novice.
First beat—Charles D. McGee, Tom
Rico, L. Martin, J. R. Gardner, Robert
Gaylord.
Second beat—J. D. S. Peak, Hartley
Shaw, Philo Jones. Godfrey Smith.
Third heat—N. Funk, Charles Miller,
W. B. Stephens, D. E. Whitman, Dave
Coben. . .
RUNNING, 100-YARD DASH, NOVICE.
W. Graham, George 13. Hntton, Clem
Wilson.
BICYCLB, 1-MILB CLASS.
First beat—F. B. Lacy, E. Ulbricht,
C. Washburn, J. J. Long.
Second beat— W. Hutton, F. W. Hol
brook, 8. G. Spier, W. A. Burke.
RUNNING, 100-YARD DASH OPEN.
W. B. Sheokles, Jas. Ryan, E. H. Mor
rison, A. J. Marietta.
BICYCLE, .JS'-MILB, CLASS A.
Chas. D. McGee, Homer Norman, ,T.
R. Gardiner, W. A.. Taylor, 0. F. Lem
mon, Pbilo Jones, Godfrey Smith, N.
Eastern chestnuts at Althouse Bros.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Awarded Gold Medal Midwinter Fair, San Francises.
Funk, W. B. Stephene, D. Lewis Burke,
D. E. Whitman, F. H. Smith, W. Yolk.
RUNNING, 220-YARD DASH,
B. F. Hoyt, J. Regan, E. H. Morrison.
RUNNING, OPEN, 4W YARDS.
J.Ryan, William Graham, F. L. Mor
rail.
BICYCLE, TWO MILE HANDICAP, CLASS A.
Soratch—W. A. Taylor, H. Norman.
Fifty yards-D. E. Whiteman, C. L.
Lemmon, Charles Miller, J. L. Gardner.
One hundred yards—Godfrey Smith,
J. D. Peach, W. B. Stephens, M. Funk,
Charles McGee, H. Shaw.
One hundred and fifty yards—E. H.
Smith, Robert Gaylord, P. Jones, H. L.
Martin, Tom Rico.
Two hundred yards—De Blugeot, W.
Yolk.
RUNNING HIGH JUMP.
Charles Block, Win. Bliesmer.
BICYCLE, THREE-MILE HANDICAP, CLASS B.
Scratch—E. Ulbricht, F. G. Lacy.
One hundred and fifty yards—C.
Washburn, J. J. Long, F. liolbrook.
Two hundred aud fifty yards—W.
Hattoo, S. G. Spier.
HAMMER THROW.
F. Sen tons, F. W. Edelsten, Clem
Wilson, P. J. O'Conner.
W. A. Burke will ride a wheel which
he has had made for him and whioh is
probably the beet racing wheel in the
city. It is a March and weighs 18
pounds. Burke is expected to distin
guish himself on tbe new wheel.
The track officials for tbe day will
be as follows: Referee, W. J. Allen ;
clerks of the coarse, H. O. F. Smith, A.
D. Cammings; starter, A. O. Way;
timers, J. S. Thayer, W. Knippenberg,
J. Phil Percival, W.E.Tyler; judges at
finish, W. F. Kennedy, Jobn Brink, C.
P. Lyndall; field judges, Alfred Cooper,
C. M. Baker, O. W. Chase;scorers, Geo.
Tattle, Chas. McKeag, E. S. Pauly.
The events are held under eanction nf
the L. A. W. racing board and A. A. U.
and L. A. W. rules.
The Boys Will Eat.
The Herald newsboys will be given
a substantial Thankagiving dinner to
day at 2 o'clock at the New York Kitch
en, on First street. Tbe bill of fare
will include, among other good things,
roast turkey, mince pie, ice cream, etc.
Coosidsrable clothing, shoes and
stockings will be distributed to tbe
boys who have sold the most Herald*
during tho past month.
The youngsters will no doubt be ont
in full force and do ample justice to tbe
supply of edibles.
To Render Thanks.
At the Thanksgiving services at tbe
cathedrul tbis morning, to begin at 9
o'clock, Edward Marza's Italian mass
will bo rendered by tbe choir. Daring
tbe offertory, Donizetti's O Salutans
Hoslia will be sang as • trio, and tbe
Te Deum Laudaraus will be the enn
cluding feature.of the mnaical portion of
tho service.
Bishop Montgomery will preach the
sermon, and without donbt the cathe
dral will be crowded in order to bear
tbis eminent divine and also enjoy tbe
exceptionally fine mueical programme.
Thanksgiving is not a day of obligation,
but the Catholic church observes it as a
day of special blessing and thanksgiv
ing in accordance with the Baltimore
decree as well as the proclamation of
tbe president.
Union Thanksgiving services for all
the central churches will be held today
at 11 o'clock in the Firet M. E. Church
on Broadway. Rev. A. C. Bane will
deliver the sermon, and the collection
will be made for the epecial benefit of
the Associated Charities.
To Make Others Happy.
Thanksgiving offerings of a cheering
and appetizing kind are piled up at 344
New High atreet, and all those good
things will be distributed to the deserv
ing ones this morning. It is specially
requested tbat all charity organizations
will delegate a committee to attend at
the above headquarters at 9 o'clock to
assist in attending to the needs of the
throng tbat it is anticipated will besiege
the place.
BISHU>P MATZ'S RESIGNATION.
Father Magulra of Chicago Named as
Hia Successor.
Chicago, Nov. 28.—Regarding tba ru
mored appointment of Father Magnire
of tbis oity to succeed Bishop Mats of
Denver, Father Malone, editor of the
Colorado Catholic, wbo ie in Chicago,
says:
"The report of Father Maguire's ap
pointment most likely originated from
tbe fact tbat Bishop Mate himself sug
gested Father Maguire as bis successor.
There has never been any secret about
tbis tbat I have been aware of, as all of
Bishop Matz's intimates have made it
public, bat as Bishop Matz's resignation,
as was not generally known, ia condi
tional upon bis appointment to some
other office, it is very improbable that
any one will be appointed to succeed
him, at least for come time. Tbe con.
dition attached to his resignation of
Bishop Matz makes its acceptance high
ly improbable."
Order your suit early. H, A. Getz is
crowded for fine tailoring at moderate
prices. 112 West Third street.
Wiokstrom & Person, tailors. Fit,
workmanship and goods guaranteed
first-class; prices moderate. Boom 1,
120 1 2 ' S. Spring atreet.
The drag combine "basted" by Off
& Vaughn. Drags at eastern prioee.
Ayer'e, Joy's and Hood's sarsaparilla,
66 eta; Paine's Celery Compound, 75c;
Syrup of figs, 36 cts.
TWELVE PAGES.
AN INDEX TO YESTERDAY.
BY TKLBORAPB—Proceedings of the
transnlssisstppl congress China sues (or
peace ...Eacking of Port Arthur
Charges against Ll Hung Chang... .Suc
cessful opening of the San Francisco horse
ahow A tidal wave at Tacoma... Closing
down of sugar refineries President
Cleveland's rheumatic gout... .General
news gleanlnga.
LOCAl—The tramp problem: opinions by
Mayor Rowan, William Prldaam, Council
man Nlckell, a profesilonrtl tramp. Chief
Glass, Mrs. Galpln, Judge McKinley and
Bishop Montgomery . Meeting ot tho fire
commlssicnors Park commission pro
ceedings — Tho Piatt-Harris case; Mr.
Crandail's testimony Patrick J. Con
way, an old soldier, accused of being iu
sane Tho Banta Fo rales materially
reduced .. Judge York derHea tue case of
Haettel vs. Geor<e Aiusworth Chamber
of commerce matters A scaled verdict In
the Terminal railway suit Lleutenant-
Governorßlect Mil .; -1 threatened by Ja
crank Yett-rday in the schools ....The
Pratt oase goes to tbo jury.
POINTERS FOR TODAY.
Nisw Los Angeles Theater—Downing; mat
inee and evening.
Burbank—Monte Crlsto; matinee and even
ing.
Imperial— Vaudeville; matinee and evening
Ez.kson'9 Opera Hoose—Streets ot New York;
matlnoe and evening.
Egyptian Hall—Psycho and Illusions.
Pavilion—lnternational exposition.
Athletic Park—Los Angeles Athletic club
field day. 1:30 p. m.
Memorial Baptist Church—Union Thanks
giving services, 11 a.m.
Kbemkr's Hall—Cotillon, evening.
Tho Wlno Orownra.
San Francisco, Nov. 28.—Tbe Wine
Growers' association held another meet
ing here this afternoon. There wae a
large attendance. The report of tbe
committee showed that signatures had
been secured guaranteeing to tbe aeeo
ciation the oontrol of 9,500,000 gallons
of wine, an increase of over 3,000.000
gallons since tbe last meeting. Tbe
committee is atill at work. Alter come
talk as to tbe men to be elected, the
directors' meeting adjourned.
Houaahold Koonomlets.
Chicago, Nov. 28.—The National
Household Economic association held a
special meeting today. Letters were
read from the vice-yresiUenta of the
different states, who made encouraging
reports. Mrs. John Wilkinson was
elected to fill a vacancy aa a director,
and vioe-preeidente were elected for
Minnesota, Missouri, lowa and Cali
fornia. Miss Alice Whitney was elected
corresponding secretary.
Babies cry for Castoria, 25 cents a
bottle at Off & Vaughn's, corner Fourth
and Spring streets.
Hollenbeck Hotel Ca!6, 214 Second
■treet. Oysters 50c a dozen, any Kyle.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
FOR SAN PEDRO.
A Resolution Passed by the
Transmississippi Con
gress
FOR A DEEP-SEA HARBOR
In Southern California, and
at the Point Selected by
the Engineers.
OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS.
Resolntlone Adopted for the Remone*
taxation of eilver aad Grn.ral
Promotion of Western
Internets*
SpeoUl to tbe Hkbald.
St. Louis, Mot. 28.—The trßnsraissis.
eippi congress has pissed the following
preamble and resolution:
Whereas, Upon the completion of tbe
Nicaragua canal, a deep-sea harbor on
tbe southern coast of California is in
dispensable to tbe commercial and naval
necessities of the country, there being
no adequate harbor faoilitiea between
San Diego and San Francisco, a distance
of 600 miles of sea coast, and
Whereas, The Unired States govern
ment, through its corps of army en
gineers, has by its several boards ia
exhaustive reports, unanimously se
lected San Pedro harbor as the most
eligible site for such deep-dea harbor
and the only practicable harbor of
refuge between points Dame and Capis
trano, as required by act of congress,
and
Whereas, There is an Interior harbor
at Sao Pedro whioh bas been improved
hy tbe government nnder the direction
of its engineer oorps, and which bas •
dock frontage of more than two mile
in extent; tberefore, be it
Resolved, by this transmisaisslppi
congress, That the congress of the
United States, at its coming session, ba
urged to provide for the construction ot
this deep sea harbor at San Pedro, as
already determined by the several acta
of congress and in accordance with the
several recommendations of the boards
of United States army engineers, aa
shown by executive documents Nos. 39
and 41 of the Fifty»eecond congress,
first and second sessions; and tbat tbe
further improvement of tbe interior
harbor at San P6dro be earnestly recom
mended.
Qeorge W. Parsons, from Los Angeles
chamber of commerce, was California's
representative on the committee on
resolutions.
BOUNTY ON EXPORTS.
Hr. Lubln's Proposition Tabled—Pro
ceedings of tho Congress..
By tha Associated Press.
St. Louis, Not. 28, —At tbe morning
eeaeion ol tbe trenemiesisßippi congress
tbe California delegation, under a
epeclal order allotting two hours to the
diacusiion of staples of agriculture,
opened tbe debate upon a proposition to
favor a bounty upon exported agricul
tural products which cannot be aided
by a protective tariff, so long as manu
facturers receive each protection. The
proposition was in the form of a minority
report from the committee oa renin*

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