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HOW A CHAMPION TRAINS.
Getting In Shape to Ride a Few Thousand Miles. Divera Method** of Training: for Different Con testa. How » World'" Champion Trains r»r a ■la Day Raes-Ths Stomach Mast «• Treated Well-Rsg. alar Honrs. Training is one ol the Important parts of my business. For the lest 16 years I bave been contesting in a professional tray In walking matches, roller skating contests add bicycle races. Four times I have won the title "champion of the world," and I merely mention this to open the way for tbe assertion that I know how to train. To my knowledge of this branch of the business I owe in a great measure my success. Tbe man who makes a bnsineai of tiding a bloycle, walking or roller skat ing, and imagines he can depend on a strong constitution, powerful muscles, good wind and good health, and negleot careful training, gets left. All the others are essentials, bnt the training is an absolute necessity, and the sooner the would-be champion finds it out the i ooner he reaches the height of hit ambition. There are a great many different ways o< training; as many in fact as there are lifferent contests which require it. A prize fighter does not want to be put through tha same same system nf train* nrr sa a foot racer or a bicycle rider. Coming down to a finer point than that, even, 4he long distance bioycie n ier does not require the came sort of .raining as tbs short distance man. The man who is training for long dis tance work most keep good hours and tat regularly, and he must also know when to est and sleep and how to sleep aod eat and what to eat. It is probably needless for me to say in tbe start that tobacco and liquor must be let entirely alone. Every man in tbe business knows that. Let me tell yon how I train for a six day race against tbe strongest and best men the world cnn produce; that is to •ay when lam going in for a world's championship. In the first place I keep good hours. I go to bed no later than 0 o'clook and get op every morning at 7 o'clock. In tbe morning upon arising I do nothing in tbe shape of violent exer cise. 1 bttbe myself and have a share and tben comes the first meal of the day. This meal lam careful about. 1 have three hard-boiled eggs, stale bread with butter and a cup of coffee. Now lots of people have an idea that hard* boiled eggs are not good and are hard to digest, but I have found them isr easier to digest than soft boiled eggs, and for over a month before my last six-day race, wten 1 rode 16U0 mile* in 142 hours, I never missed a day when my breakfast did not consist of the articles 1 bave stated. Breakfast over I take an easy walk, generally io my training quarters and then I spend two solid boors doing noth ing but allowing tbat breakfast to di gest. The.i I iret on my wheel and ride for an hour aa bard as possible, making 20 miles or possibly more, and then get into a warm room as soon at possible, being careful that no dralt can etrik* roe, and alter n good sweat I am rubbed thoroughly with coarse towels. When tbe effect of this is pasted I am ready lor another walk or perhaps I sit down for t. pleasant chat with some body wbo will be sure not to tay any thing to make me low-spirited or dis couraged. At 12:30 I am ready for a hearty meal —my dinoer. I will either have roast beel, cooked medium, or a stew, mutton or veal. An Irish stew is my favorite and if I eat it every day of my month of training, I never get tired of it nor does it ever dieagree with me. 1 take a slow walk again, just the tame at after breakfatt, and then I give tbe dinner two boura of abaolute rett in which to digest. At tbe end of tbe two hours I am feeling like a young cyclone tied to a stake. I get on my wheel and for an hour the milts spin out nndtr my wheel ac rapidly as my power and skill can mate them. I quit on the minute and have another of those braoing mb-downs, which puts my skin in a glow and sends the blood flowing frtely through every part of my body. Another short walk of fonr or five blocks and tben a ligbt lunch, watbed down with a glass of old stock ale. After tbis I may chat pleasantly with friends, or better still, play a few games of eardt and tben go for another little walk. Yon tee lam keeping my muscles from getting ttiff with tbese little slow walks and not wasting any strength in the wrong way. What strength I have to spare I must expend in riding. I get my supper at 6:30, I eat a gen erous steak or mutton chop, fried medi um rare, aad accompany it with stale bread again and butter—not stale. No potatoes or vegetables of any kind. In training, the main point about eating is to get all tbe nourishment possible with out overloading or overworking the stomach. I take that same little walk again after supper. I use my stomach much the aame way after etoh meal, you tee, to at not to have it able to cay to me in the middle of a six days' raoe that I have ever abated it ia any way, tbape or manner. I am alwayt honest and above board with my ttomaoh. It payt me. I past tbe evening very quietly and pleasantly and alwayt amoarefcl to get my regular sleep. Tbere you are for a long distance race. In a month I can put any healthy man in tbe pink of oondition ia tblt simple way. Now for tbort distance riding a man dies not have to do to much hard work at for a long dittance raoe. I have ridden 51 hours without rett or sleep, and could possibly stand it 75 boors if I had to. It it the tint three days that are hard to stay in when it comes to a six-day race; the last three are easiest il you are properly trained. Ho it it tbat the short distance men need another tort of training from tbe long dittance riders. All the work a short distance rider needs is a five or 10-mile spin twice a day for two or three weeks before a race and one mile of tbe distance at tbeir fastest gait. Or let them alternate lor the five miles twice a day. My idea of training short distance rtdere ie not to give them too much hard work, and only to get them to tbat they can get used to fait work. In training for thort, quick work get uted to the fait pace gradually. Praotioe every day on quarter-mile aprlnte. and in a ■eatb'e time tbe rider will ride tbe race ol his lile il be stays by tbe rnlet of good health at far ac eating, tleeping and abstinence are concerned. II a man wants to die Ist bim smoke eigarettei and ride a bicycle. Cigar ette! will decrease bit wind power and decrease hit lungt. Tbey will also weaken the muscles and dettroy the stomach. Alter a man it once iv condition it ii easy to keep so by doing a little work evsry day and looking alter bit general health. Bloyoling I oontider one ol the health iest exercises possible. Though tbe lower limbs get the balk of the exercise the weight of tbe body is not upon tbem ac it it in walking or running. I have been a professional athlete, running, skating, walking and riding lor nearly 20 years, and lam feeling first rate. I have forgotten enough about tbs busi ness to make a book out still make my challenge to ride any man in the world for from $5000 to $10,000 in a 142-hour raoe. Albebt Hciiock, Champion ol the World. ZIMMERMAN ON PEDALINO. Arthur Zimmerman, the blcyclitt wbo went to Parit and made a reputa tion for himself which extendi all over tht world, did some magaiine writing while ha wet over tbe pond, and one artlole from his pen entitled pedaling it a good thing for American bicyclists to read and ponder. He tayt: "How many riders pedal properly ? How many ridert get all there it out of the force applied without waite of power and consequent fatigue? Not one am ateur iv a thousand. They just prets their feet down and keep pretaing them until the pedal comes nppermott again, and to a curtain extent the pressure it continued the whole way round, even when it it a watte of power. The move ment of tbe pedal it round a oircle. As toon aa it patteijthe top of a oircle the weight o! the foot drives the wheei until it panel tbe lowest po*nt, and tben the power of the foot on that pedal ceatei to be a driving power, and becomet, In a greater or less degree, a brake or detri ment. It it to the practical application on this one item that much of the phe nomenal speed of the professional it due, Tbe way to develop tbis method it to begin by riding slowly, watebing the pedals, tben slowly increase tbe speed, and practice it until it becomes second nature." Round thonldered riders should read what Zimmerman writes about stoop ing : "Another important item is to sit fairly upright in all ordinary riding. The stoop il all vary well for speeding or turning corners, but it is more fatiguing for any distance over a mile, and so is a loss inttead ola gain. If the handlei are tightly gripped and the arms used at rigid levera to brace the feet a much more graceful and eaiy ttyle ol riding will result, witb none of the oramped feeling the following day." BASEBALL AT ATHLETIC PARK, El Telrg;rafOt and Ii i»i. v i« tbs Winners Tsstarday. Yesterday's games at the Athlatio park were watched by ai enthusiastic a crowd of spectators ac the baseball lover ol thii city oould ponibly atk for. Tbe ladiea were ont in fall force and enjoyed tbe good playi made by all of the play era. Tbe first game wae very interesting from the start, ai the Boyle Height! led the garni up to the fifth inning, when El Telegrafot made nine runt. This wai enough to give them tbe game, but tbe Stars played a fine uphill gams, as tbey kept getting rune throughout the game and at tbe end ol tbe ninth inning bad 12 to their sredit and El Telegrafoa 16. Tbe feature! of tbe game wai tbe heavy batting of both clubt and the fieldidg of Ktymer, Kutz, Q. Frank and King. The eecond game wai the belt game of tbe two. It looked like tha Wilsons' game up to the seventh inning when the Keatinge ponnded out a few hits and mmc errort of the Wilsoni netted the Ksatingi eight rum, when tbe um pire, Mr. P. Libinan, called the game on account of darkneis. The Wiltons opened tbe game at the bat and made one run in the tint inning, and tbe Ktatings made one in their half, Tbe Wilsons itarted the second inning with hitting the ball, and tome errori by tbe Keatinge gave tbem five runs, while tbe Keatinge got a goose egg. Tbe Wil sons were retired in one, two, three order in tbe tbird and the Keatingt made one more, and in the fourth inning both clubt were retired In abort order. Tbe Wiltont opened the fifth with getting two more rant, while the Keatinge picked up four, whicb made the score 8 to 7 in favor of the Franoit Wilsons. Both clubs were retired in one, two, three order in the sixth inning. The seventh inning wai opened witb tbe Wiltont at tbe bat, and with some fine fielding of the Keatingt they were re tired without any more runs, and tbe Keatingt came to bat in the last hall of the seventh and labred eight rune, which gave tbem the game by a teore of 14 to 8, Then Mr. Lohman called the game on account ol darknei. Following ii thi ico re: ita as. A.B. R. 8.8. S.B. P.O. A. It. Walters, p. 7 0 2 1 0 1 0 King, 2t>. 0 I 1 o 1 1 1 Lewie, 3b. 0 2 3 3 2 3 3 C. bland, s.s 6 1 a 1 1 2 4 JB. K.UIZ, 1. f 6 2 3 1 2 O 0 P. Chapman, lb 4 3 2 4 B 1 1 W. C hapinan, c 4 2 2 2 9 1 2 C. Thomas, r.f........ 3 0 3 110 0 A. Thomas, af 4 1 O 1 3 O 1 Total! 48 12 18 U 24 ~ XL TELE' llt A FOS. A.B. K. K. 11. S.B. P. . A. I. Plant, 3b 6 2 2 1 2 2 1 Bwan, l.f S3 10 3 O 2 K.ymer, c 4 1 0 1 10 1 0 Warner, 2b 4 3 1 5 2 3 1 Hoi ton, s. a 5 0 S '1 1 3 3 Byler, cf 6 3 0 2 0 10 Franck, r.f 4 2 0 0 * I 0 Youngsnortlt, lb 4 2 2 3 4 0 2 Lohman, p , 2 10 12 0 0 Totala 40 16 7 16 27 U 9 stoni! BT INNINUS. 123436789 Stars. O 2 4 0 2 1 1 1 ..—l2 KlTe!egratoj.....s 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ..—l6 SUM M ABIES. Karned runs—Stars, 2; II Telegrafoa, 9. Two-baie bits—Kuu. W. Cbapman. Tbreo bate hit—Swan. Bate on bada—Wallers, 9; Johnson, 3. lilt by pitcher—Swan, Lohman, Kaymer and King. Straok out—Lohman, 4; Horton, 3; Walters, 7. Umpire—J. Lohman. Time of game—2 hours. FRANCIS WILSONS. A.B. H. B. 11. S.B, r.O. A. X. Buck, s.i. 4 2 0 1 3 1 4 J. Moore, 3b 4 1 1 1 2 0 3 Whaling, o 4 1 1 0 7 2 1 Tyler, p ! 3 O 1 1 x 3 0 k. Moore, 2b 4 0 0 0 2 2 0 Solly, r.f 4 10 10 0 0 Kliojus, l.f 2 10 10 0 1 tiuaroio, lb 3 1 1 0 4 0 0 Barge, c. f 3 1 1 0 2 0 O Totals 81 B 1 5 21 8 9 KBATINQS. A.B. It. B.H S.B. PO. A. E, Wilson, C.f 4 110 0 11 AUen, 2b. 4 2 1 3 2 2 1 Cowe, t.« 4 3 0 3 3 2 1 Bart, 3b 4 3 3 3 1 3 1 Leuard. lb 4 0 1 1 7 O 2 Austin, p 3 2 0 8 2 0 1 Meßain, r. f 4 1 0 0 1 O 0 Urotzinger, c 4 1 3 0 4 1 2 Van Horn, I f 8 10 0 12 0 Totals 35 14 9 13 21 ll 8 LOS ANGELES HERALD: MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1894. scori ar ittNiNss. 12 3456789 Wilsons 1 5 O 0 2 0 O .. ..— 8 Beatings 1010408.. ..-14 SUMMARY. Earned runs—Wilsons,'J; Keatlngs, 2. Two base hits—J. Moor-, Whaling. Bases on balls- Austin, 1; Tyler, 4. Hit by pitcher—Rhodes, Lowe and Han. Struck out—Tyler, 3; Austin, 6. Passed balls—Grounger. 5. Umpire—P. Lohman. Tims ot game —1 ;40, LOCAL DIAMOND DUST. El Telegrafot are coming to the top. Manager Clonser is an easy loser but bit playert are hard ones. The Keatingt are still after first place. Mr. Austin ii one of our leading pitch ers. Tbe Wiltons have lost their masoot, Jo Jo, he having signed with the Ktat ings yesterday. He was mascot for them in their seven victories. The season is drawing to a close and if tbe Wiltont don't lose some more gamei tbey will have tbe ponnant safe. Tbe Boyle Heights Start will play real baseball hereafter and not town ball. Manager Allen would like to hear from Santa Ana, Pomona and Riverside for the purpose of forming a Southern Cal ifornia league. Address 846 Short street. Mr. Allen has reoeived a letter from tbe northern managers saying they will not hate a coast league this teaton but they will in 1896. The Southern California league would be a flue thing for tbe fairs for the next seaaon instead of a city league. Messrs. Tyler and Bell have a Bcore card tbat it given away, and the fant can keep tbe toore without the teore card. £1 Telegrafoa have a phenomenon in tbe south paw, Mr. Lohman. Babe Whaley is playing the game of hit life behind tht bat for the Francit Wilsons. Allen, Warner and Hart are the belt men with the willows. Mr. Bwan ia in charge of everything that oomei out in left garden for El Telegrafos. The two gamti next Sunday are Francii Wiltona vs. Sterß first, and Keatinge vs. El Telegrafos tecond. The standing of the league oluba to date it at follows i Drabs, Played. Won. Lost. Percent. Francia Wilsons... 8 0 2 750 Keating* 11 7 4 030 Ii Telrgrafoi 10 4 « 4o<> Boyle HelghtiStars 11 8 3 3721 Base Ball at First Street. Tbere wai an interesting game of ball at tbe First street grounds between tbe Maier & Zobeleini and La Grandei, tbe former winning by a teore ol 18 to 9. The feature ol tbe game wai the fine pitching of Friel, striking out eight men and only giving one man his bass on balls; the fielding of Murray, Car mona and Curlew. Gray and Finley played a good game for the La Grandes. LA ORANOE3. A.B. R. B.H, r.O. I . Henry, c 5 4 2 5 3 (.ray, l.f 5 18 4 0 Fiuioy, Ist b 5 0 10 1 Barrow, 3d b 5 1 1 3 1 Mt Intyre, 2d b 4 0 o H 1 Mondo. c f 5 1 1 3 1 strohn, s. a 4 o O I 0 Kewrigbt, r. f 5 0 0 0 0 Neatb, p 4 2 O O U Totals 42 9 8 27 7 MAIER A 20BILEIN*. A.B R. B.H. P.O. E. W, Murray, c f 6 2 1 2 O N'les, s s 6 2 1 1 1 H,ater, r f 6 0 0 O 1 Carmona.lb 6 2 1 11 0 Brown, c 6 4 2 6 2 Feliz, 2b 6 2 3 3 O Kolster, 3b 5 2 3 2 2 Frlol, p 5 110 1 Curiew, 1. f .5 3 2 2 1 Total! 51 18 14 24 8 12 34 So 78 8 Maier Si Zobeleini 1 8 0 1 5 0 0 2 I—lß La Qrandes 1 0 10 2 112 I—9 COURSING CLUB RACES. THE RESULTS OF THE CONTESTS AT LONG BEACH. Henry Preston's Chief Wins First Money, Witb .Folios Tonnemech • r's Wnllaoa Second—Some Interesting Events. The Los Angelei Courting club con cluded tbeir Thanksgiving raoet at Long Beach yesterday. Some very fine courting wai indulged in. The first money was won by Henry Preeton's Chief, while second prize waa captured by Julius Tonneaober'i Wallace. An instance worthy of note was In the run off between Chief and Barney M. A jack was seen to jump up upon the opposite side of a slough Irom where the dogs wsre working. Through some mil bap Barney escaped Irom his keeper; in an initant be wai aoron tbe slough and after the bare, wbo with a Silkwood gait had headed for San Pedro. After a very long and pretty raoe tbe hare managed to elude hit pursuer. T his aot greatly interfered with Baraey'e obancei of ■eouring a prize. Gazette, who accompanied Wallace while running a bye, proved himself to be a game dog, and experts lay with good training be will be able to compete witb the belt ol runners. In tbe final race Chief allowed bia saperior strength againat Wallace, and led him a merry ohaae to the finish, thereby winning the heat and first money. To lay theie raoet have been a success would be putting the matter very mildly, for every one present, both members and visitors agree that too muoh praise cannot be beitowed upon Mr. William Cotta, who officiated ai judge, for the able manner in wbteb be acquitted him self. #• Mr. Billy Hall, • member of the olub, being anient from tba oity for tbe past few weeks, returned iome on Saturday last. He is anxious to matob bis dog Pronto against any dog entered in tbe late races. A depsiit has. been placed witb Mr. Al liarrell, 301 Kant First ■treat, where further particulars oan tra obtained. Wire aad Obttdraa Destitute. Lonii Nsflofito, an aged Russian Jew peddler, residing at Hazard and Center streets, dropped dead at 11 o'clock yes terday and the coroner was called to take charge of tbe body. Nafiofiti haa been ill with inflammatory rheumatism for soma time, and his sudden death may hare resulted from tbat cause. There were no evidences of suicide. Tbe body was removed to the under taking rooms of Sharp & Sampson where an autopsy will be held tbis morning. Tha death of Nafiofito leaves a wife and three obildren utterly desti tute. For rheumatism I have found nothing equal to Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It relieves the pain as soon as applied.—J". W. Young, West Liberty, W. Va. The prompt relief it affords is alone worth many timet tba cost, 50 cents. Its con tinued ose will effect a permanent cnre. For sale by Off & Vaughn, corner Fourth and Spring streets, and C. F. Heinie man, 222 North Main street, druggists. Wall paper 6c, 7J,c per roll. 329 S. Spring. SPORTING EVENTS OF THE DAY. Some Good Racing at the Park Yesterday. llbricht and Stephenson Claim Some Coast Records. Football Will Ilavs ■ Revival Along Abont th* Holidays — Gold smith's Iteeord aa a Fighter. Some good racing waa teen at Athletic park yetterday morning at tbe opal meeting of the Wbeelmen't Training league. The crowd wat not aa large aa the quality of tbe racsa deserved, but overlooking this fact the boyi went in to make time, and in tome instances tbey made it, Tbe day was nerfeot for racing, and the boyi were all in good trim. Emit Ulbricht, on a Thistle, won first place in three ot the principal events of the meat, tbe unpaced mile, the quarter mile dash and the one mile handicap. Unpaced mile —Emit Ulbricht Dret, time 2:30; F. G. Laoy second, time 2:31; , 4 ; G. Schmidt third, time 2:33, l 4'; J. Joteph Long fourth, time 2:38 ;, 4 . One mile handicap—Stertert, Fred Magee, Charley Megee, J. G. Todd; time 2:37. Quarter mile handicap—G. Schmidt fion, time 0:35; J. G. Todd aecond, Kmil Ulbricht third. Half mile daah—F. G. Lacy won, time 1 :21 \; G. Schmidt eecond, J. J. Long third. Quarter-mile dcsh —Emil Ulbricht won, :o9'.i; G. Schmidt second, W. M. Jenkins third, J.J. Long fourth. Half-mile handicap —E, Deßlugeot first; time, 1:11.' 4 ; Uhas. Magee second, J. G. Todd tbird. Ooe mile handicap—Emil Ulbricht won; time, 2:30; McGee eecond, Todd third. GOSSIP OF TDK WHEELMEN. On Wednesday night tbe Los Angelas wheelmen will hold a meeting when business of importance to wheelmen all over Southern California may be trans acted. It ia expected that a new conititutlon will be adopted and an effort will be made to establish a racing circuit to ex tend to every town in Southern Califor nia large enough to make the holding of occational meett praoticable. Southern California ii recognized at one of the most enthusiastic cicycling sections of tbe country, and the wheel men who enthuse over traok eventi believe that it ia postible to oomoine tbe southern counties in one grand rac ing circuit where eventi may be given at stated intervale and much enthusi asm aroused. W. J. Allen hai been elected chief couniel ol tbe Bontbern California div ision ol oi tbe L. A. W„ and Phil Lyon lecretary. i Ulbricht and Stephenson are about to iay claim to a whole lot ol ihort oham pionabiys and tbey propoie to contest tbe claim! against all comers. .tjgj| Uibrecht will officially olaim the championship ot the coast for all dis tances unpaced, from two miles up to twenty-five. He will go through the formula of publishing dates of rartea where his time was made, time for all distances, names of judges, tracks where tbe records were made and all tbe ex tras necessary to make tbe records of ficial. Fay Stephenson will claim all coast reoords, paced, from 25 miles up to 100, inclusive. He will adopt the same plan to make tbe records official at Ulbricht will. burke Brothers are fitting out the signal oorps of the N. G. O. with Marah wheels, cbe last order of which will ar rive in a few days. Mounted on wheels and performing the evolutions of field praotioe, tbe signal oorps present! aa pretty a sight as could be imagined. S. G. Spier, the outside man of tho Rambler company in this city, is at Santa Barbara working np enthusiasm for bicycles, and incidentally the Ramb ler bicycles, in that section. Sauta Barbara is a good wheel town. Albert Sohock's coming race on Satur day next against tbree of McDermott's running horaes threatens to attract an immense crowd. The wheelmen of tbe cities around Los Angelei are making arrangement! to attend the race iv (quads. Schock is doing tome hard training every day. Oscar Osen, the San Joie boy caught the boyi from thii city napping a little at Phoenix, and therefore lugged away tbe lion'a ahare of the diamonds and Arizona town lota. Osen was in excel lent trim, while the lour rideri from thii oity, not expecting to encounter any great rideri, had not trained sufficiently to do tne northern champion. A GAME FIGHTER. Tha Record or Goldsmith, Harry Han ard'e Unknown. Charlei Goldsmith, better known ai "Harry Manard's Unknown," hat a good ring reoord which thowi up very few defeats or even draws and a good num ber of victories. While in Anstralia some time ago Goldsmith contracted tbe Australian fever which reduced bii weight from 160 pounds to 136, but now he' ii getting himself together again and appeari ■trong and well at 138 pounds. At tbat weight be is anxious to meet any man on the coait of bis olasa after his ooming fight with Jack Fraier, win or lose. Goldsmith's record of contests ii as follows: Bestod Owen Davis in San Francisco in eight rounds. Bested Tom McHevain in San Fran oisoo in nix rounds. Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair. DHL RAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free irom Ammonia, Alum orarvother adulterant 40 YEARS THE si'ANDARD. Baited Mike Hurley in Sin Franciieo in tbree ronndi. Betted Jack Sbanniey in Vallljo, Cal., in liz roundi. Besied Jack Stewart in Vallejo in (oar ronndi. Beited Joe Courtney in Vallejo in fonr ronndi. Beated Jack Murphy in Benioia, Oal., in 26 rounds. Betted Harry Stewart at Napa, Cel., in 52 ronndi. Baited Elliott at San Franciieo in one round. Betted Frank MeAuliSc ia San Fran ciieo in one round. Wae belted by Jack Dempeey in Ban Franeiioo in eight rounda. Beated Jack Campbell in San Fran eiaco in lour rounda. Beated Jack Bogan at Portland, Ore., in one round. Beated Henry Bacon in Portland in eight roundi. Beited Jack Williams at Astoria in tbree rounds. Bested Jack Donnelly at Saorammto in fire rounds. Bested James Melville at Denver in three rounds. Bested Charlea Carr at Stockton. Bested Jack Bolan in Australia in nine rounds. Bested Sam Goodman in Australia In three rounda. Fonght a draw with Dummy Mace in Australia which lasted 68 rounds. Goldamith fought twice with Buffalo Oortelio in San I'ranniico. Tbe first wai a draw ol nine ronndi and in the eecond the police interfered at the end ol the fifth round, when Goldsmith had all the belt ol it. TURNER'S BIG SHOOT. Thoss Who Won tbe Prima at Gun and Target. Ai ihe prize shooting given by tbe Turners of tbe oity, et tbe Fast Bide range yesterday, tbe following icorea were made. 0. Fretag 68 L, Breer , 68 Wm. Shannon 67 Cbas. Lcigbton 66 Wm. Frick H6 Theo. Meyers 66 Joe Singer 65 W. Wright 65 J. H uerwaas 65 Joa .Miner (io Wm. Nordholt 64 L. Iter tug 64 C. Markaham 62 H. Breer 62 G. Winon 62 <J. Krempel 61 1. Harris 61 Joe M Lean 59 Cbas. Gollmer, jr 50 W. Clark 57 Ed Goiter 50 ii. Glass 56 Wm. Rioo 55 J. X, Friek 55 O. Orr 54 H. Gendes 54 Alexander 53 H. Hforrman 52 D. Clark: 51 A. Hpllttstoeaser. 50 J. McCoy 4!> V. Meahl 48 H. Jewell 48 Hutchinson 4tt Gilbert 42 11 ii' ton 40 H. Sturm 35 II L. Meyer 34 Beeves 33 H. Eisner 31 R H. Gray 30 J. C. Scott 28 Tbeo. Frocsu 23 M. Stf-nhan 22 J. A. Kelley 21 J. Sirailhl 17 L. Winter 11 Eisen 7 (J. Fierce 6 Riesling 1 POOL SHOOTINO—BULLS Ft YBS. Joe Singer 36 Tner. Meyers 18 Cbas. Leignton 17 Wm. Frlck 15 C. Krempel 10 Cbas, Gollmer jr 5 il ii ion 4 H. Gurdls. 4 Breer 3 W. A. Wright 3 Joe Maler 3 Keeves 2 Geo. Wilson 1 J. Friok 1 Wm. Nordholt 1 Joe Singer won tbe special prize do nated by Frank Hioke for tbe largeat number of tuilseyes. For Over sTlfty Years Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup has bean used tor children tcetblng. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cares wind colic and ia the best remedy for Diarrhoe a Twenty-flve cents a bottle. The Magic Touch '- OF Hood's Sarsaparilla You smile at the idea. But if you are a sufferer from Dyspepsia And Indigestion, try a bottle, and be fore you have takeu half a dozen doses, you will involuntarily think, and no doubt exclaim, "That Just Hits It!" "That soothing effect is a magic touch!" Hood's Sarsaparilla gently tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs, invigorates the liver, creates a natural, healthy desire for food, gives refreshing sleep, and in short, raises the health tone of the entire system. Remember H.QQfl.s X Cures Hood's Pills core liver Ills, constipation, biliousness, Jaundice, sick headache,indigestion mrjSKMENTI. T H * 0. M. WOOD, Lessee H. 0. WTATT, Manager. Thursday, Friday, Saturday Mat inee and Saturday Evening;, Dec. 6th, 7th and Bth. Mmi Great Company In tbe Battling New Farce-Comedy, The New Boy! YOD won't say "Well, I should smile I" when yon see THE NEW BOY. Yon will tell everybody "O my! Howl did YELL !" HE IS FUNNY! VERY, VERY FUNNY "What's the good of anything? Nothing I" Prices SI, 750, 50c and 25c. Seats now on sale. SCHOOL HALL, GRAND CONOERT FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7. HERR AUGUST AAMOLD, Celebrated Nor wegian Violinist, assisted by ANNA METOALF, Soprano, and WINFIBLD BLAKE, Basso. Tickets on sal* at BlenchardFttsgerald and Bartlett's mails stores. Prices, 50c; reserved seats, 75c. L T. SHE WARD IS NO ATTEMPT at deception in any of our advertising. When a reduction is advertised the re duction is made in good faitli the same as we advertise it. We are making a radical change in our business for a par ticular purpose. For the past lour months we have been selling cloaks for less than any house in the city. Now we are cutting the life out of every cloak in the house. Not only one cloak but every cloak. We do not depend upon our cloak department for all the profits in the business. Every cloak in this house will be sold at some price before the spring goods arrive. It is our purpose to put in an entire new line of cloaks and we will add the largest suit depart ment iv the spring that has ever been opened in this city. It will be an up-to-date cloak and suit department in every particular. And now the greatest cut in prices that has ever 'been made will be the policy from this date until every cloak, every cape and every fur garment is sold. This re duction will be all the way from 20 to 50 per cent. If you need an outside wrap you will be doing yourself the greatest injustice if you fail to see what we are doing in the way of prices. We have not selected a few garments to make a cut. We are cutting the prices on all garments. The new as, well as the old. We are waking up the cloak trade in the city. We are selling the goods in large quantities. Come in and see the new cut prices. The cut is deep. The cloak depart ment is now selling the largest amounts that it has ever done. Elegant canes free with a $5 purchase. We are clean ing house in the dress goods department. We are making a radical change in our business throughout. We are closing out ever}- dollar's worth of imported goods at a big reduc tion. We are getting read}- for the big change in the tariff that will take place Jan. Ist. We are selling cloaks and dress goods cheap. Why quote prices when the reduction is on all lines and qualities? Now is the time to buy. 20 to 50 per cent reduction ou dress goods. 20 to 50 per cent reduction on cloaks. We are closing out a lot of domestics, cotton flan nels, outing flannels, prints, skirtings, linens and a small lot of cotton batts at a big loss. We are cleaning house. We are getting ready to make a complete change in every de partment in the house. New side combs. New hair or naments. New kid gloves. The prices are in your favor by comparison with others. Elegant canes free with ass pur chase. Our business is showing a tremendous gain in every department. The past few days has more than trebled in the cloaks and dress goods. People know they can rely- upon our statements. They know a cut price here is genuine when it is so advertised. HOIKL9 AND RKSOKTS. T-Tfi'TsVT MT?"\TT fi *9© ■. main it., cob. wikbton. rooms by day IIW X FjJLj -lV± Jlill or week. Elegantly furnished. Baths free. First-class, l'ncea reasonable. MRS. H. F. DAY 18, Prop. T-TOTT?f AT>a O VTT7 centrally located, olive and second sts. XXV/ X XUJLat J\ It IT 1 lylj Day boarders. Rooms elegantly lurnlshed. All mod ern conveniences. Tablo cannot b>surpassed. Terms reaaonable. D. B. BARTON, Prop. Us"~iT , T; , T T? A nin\T A <oft - 81**1*0 AND THIRD STS,, LOS ANOBLEB, CAL 11V / 1 IMj Xt.r\.ivl \/ll t\ European plan. Greatest frontage southeast. New management: renovated; refitted: refurnished. Rates moderate. P. B. MaLLORV, Prop. T-TfYT , li , I T TMPni M second and hill-family hotel, appoint XXVT X Xls Ls XjXi.s| "OVAL/IT meuts perfect; electric cars tj all poiniss. THOS. PAHCOB. Proprietor. T-TOTTTT 17 4it> west sixth st., opp. central park lIXJ 1 M24XJ JtV/OOiVIVT It.ll/ First-class family and tourist accommodations Board by day or week. Terms reasonable. G. R KELLY, Prop. pT,T MfWT "HTiT'Vr BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms, SINGLE OB X> VjLjLWV /is X en suite: linht and sunny; prices that suit thetlmes: no trouble to show rooms; wtth or without board. 4°,5 Temple st. Mrs. M. L. Raymond, Pprop TTOTFT ARPADTA BANT * monica. souther* California's llvl£fli AIiVjII'IA famons summer and winter resort. Offers spiciai. REnucio rates FOR the nxxt 60 PAYS. The 111 stub less reputation of tbe table will bs main tained. Burf bathing delightful Hot salt water baths a special feature. 1)5 minutes' rida from Los Angelei. Visitors will be shown over the bouse, and euitablo redncilon In ratea quoted. Q. REINHART, Proprietor. TlTl. 1 J> TTO r rVI bbdondo, cal. the mo-t popu -1 XXXj XVXjI-»V »il U\ J XXV/ X XyXi lar winter reso.t on tbe coast. Acces slble by tralas of the Southern tialifornia and Redondo Railway*; 4o mutes' ride from Lo- Ange es. Every room an out.lde one, Sunny and bright. Excellent ble. Billiard parlors! Dancing room and tenni-court. Hot salt water swimming and pluuge baths near hotel. Fine flailing from the wharf. Free transportation to and from I.os Angeles to weekly or monthly guests. For description aad illustrated books and rates app yto D. O'NEILL-, Kedondo Hotel, KeUondo Beach, Cab Or to CITY OFFICE REDONDO RAILWAY, Bradbury Block, Loc Anaeles. THE HOLLENBECK 1 Best Appointed Hotel in -s^^^^^*^^^»^jtt^ American and European Plans. 10-7 6m PROPRIETORS. AMUKEHSNTS. THALIA OONVKKT BALL, 323-325 Dowuey blk, N. Main st. ADMISSION FREE. Come and Hear JOHN MULLIGAN, Tbe Irish comedian In his great specialties. MISS CARRIE LINTON, The clever sonbrette.— The Boneless Wonder, MII_L_IE: EMORY. The Eccentric Come- i Tbe American Night dian, 1 iugale, BILLY MORTON. | Miss GENEVA HAZELTON Concert from 7:30 to lit. Chauge of pro gramme every week. N. 8.-Closed Sundays. tf BIKBANK THE t TIC tt. Main street, between Fifth and Sixth Frio A. Coopir, Manage.- Orand Ixtra Attraction—Opening Sunday, De oembor 2d. WILLARD AND WILLIAM N E W B L_ L, The only Twin Stars in the World, In a Grand Production ol Their Own Play, THE OPERATOR Admission 15,20 and 30e. Box seats 50 and 75c NEW VIENNA BUFFET, 111-110 Court St., Los Angeles. F. K.ERKOW, Prop. ARMAND AND~GRANVILLE, International Operatic and Character cbange artists, formerly of New York MISS REX A QOUQH, The Great Favorite from tha Orpheum, San Francisco. CARMEN. The Beautiful Spanish Dancer. Berth Family Orchestra. Coneertevery evening Irom 7:30 until 12, and Saturday matinee Irom 1 to \ p.m. 4t*t*~Fine commercial lunch. Finest cuisine and meals a la carte at all hours. JOE POHEIN THE TAILOR JB> MAKES THE BEST CLOTHES - At 25 PER CENT LESS Jkm f HAN ANY OTHER HOUSE. SOU'S Kads io order from $20 fjjGf PANTS Male to order [rem $5 mm|f FINE TAILORING I jig »4 rHO l > E/; ATE PMCES I 111 H fur Self-Measurement Elif JHi and Samples of Cloth scut free No. 143 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES. ♦ ♦♦«>♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ROBT. L. GARRETT & CO. | ♦ 330 N. Mala St., Lot Angeles. X X FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EHBALXIIft J «. First elan equipment. Large and well + X se>ected stoc*. Reasonable and fair X X prices. Cart-fin aud skillful treatment. X X tipi cial altcL ion giveu to embalming X X ami sbippiug bodies to dlstaut parts of X X the conn i tmT" Nightcills prompt- X :)y attended to. ♦ s> isisubons No. 75. s> ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ J. M. Griffith, Pres. John T. Grimtb, V.Pres F. T. Griffith, Secretary and Tr-asurer. E. L. (Jbandter. Superintendent. i. M. GRIFFITH COMPANY LUMBER DEALERS And Manufacturers of DOORS WINDOWS, BLINDS AND STAIRS Mill Work of Every Description. 031 W. Alameda it-, Los Angst**, 5