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HOLIDAY ' Headquarters !f,f. n^. eh t oic9 nov eltiet for males of all ages. T T Silk Umbrellas; what'a better for a gift? H OT*(> Thia rain created quite a demand for -*~ v x v - » Mackintoshes and Rubber Coats, we wore In it as nsuaL ————— AT PRESENT WAITING Our Overcoat counter is all mussed up. We can aay more about them if we get a chance to get in their vicinity. Sociable Underwear. mulLeOlmt I GO -101 NORTH SPRING STREET. 201-203-205-207 <Sc 2Q9 W. FIRST ST. this fta^ari A*! THE SHOW THAT SHOWS ALIToTHER SHOWS HOW TO SHOW. ———" ® ® Gigantic M-m-oTrt His Oaains Vaudeville MAX PETHNGTI.L, rartner. Pprfnrtnanrp -Qr milky bros. — rcriornieince. «We* _geo. habrison. ' \tru MAY DEVELLIAU. Will ' SANFORD AMD RICli SoOtl BMMA FRANCIS. » Surprise pica'bjS Bros, A*\ YOU GOODWIN AHP BUMMERS" GREAT rjTMAN AND HART' —. . . ANNUO PiCART), tS ll— I— BRADFORD mtoa —1, „„ COMING QIf^HOLIDAY PRICES dHj attractions! IQ, 2Q, 25 Sc fSQ CTS. JvjEW LOS ANGELES THEATER. QTP A DAVID HENDERSON'S M IS&AISa AMERICAN EXTRAVAGANZA COMPANY, ON In tbo Colossal and Transplendent Spectacle, 9 ALADDIN, Jr. MORNING Successor to "Blnbad," -All Babi," "Crystal Slipper," etc • —- PKICES I'Oli ALADftIN, Jr, Dower Floor, reserved $1.50 O A (V/l Lower Floor, general admission 1.00 ~ ' Family Circle, reserved 1.00 . ~T Family Circle, general admission 75 L? IN I Gallery 85 F T Pilvata Boxes 12.00 _ ' Upper Private Boxes 10.00 | LEFT, logos it..00 DELAYED BY THE STORM. THE DE KONTSKI CONCERT. It will be given NEXT WEDNESDAY, InelMb, at BARTLETFS MUSIC HALL, 103 NORTH SPRING STREET. EVERYTHING IV MU3TC. OUR PRICES ARE LOWEST. W CRYSTAL PALACE I I Without Question. 138-140-142 S_ MAIN ST. * J The Finest and Largest CROCKERY STORE on the Coast. | ♦ Now Is the time to We have just received a consignment ot q r * l tPSSr so DINNER SETS S " } T 3 \ J TT/-VT miv Of 100 pieces each, genuine Carlsbad China (Ans- Wednesday X T nULIUft I trial, hand-painted, In 4 different patterns, AliD J | GOODS fok B only' d $14.9Q_S h Thursday.; ♦ SATIN FINISBKO VASES, 25e s Ve r,h »«•»••».. | ♦ Besutifni ___ .— Chance ♦ ♦ AKT ROOMS. MEYBERG BROS. Ba i e . J ORANGE LAND AND OIL LAND. THE BEST BARGAINS ON THE MARKET. 10 acres ol 3 year-old oranges and lemons, with fine water-right and irrigating Same, only V$ mile, from Redlands P. 0.; price, $3250. Five 10 , ere pieces, suitable for lemons, oranges or any fine frnlfa, 1 mile from center of Rod lands, with bes'. water-right in the atate; price only $250 per acre; only 10 per cent cash down, and balance in 10 years at t>K ocr cunt Interest. 10 acres of 2-year old oranges at Crafton: only $2300: easy terms. 10 acres in Redlands: half in old orange.; price $2800. 20 acres, all iv beating oranges and olives, with about 1 acre In pomegranates, and a variety of fine fruits; pure spring water under pressure; located about half mile from Mentone depot; the most beautiful and healihiest location In California/ price, $12,000. •JO acre', more than one-half In oranges from » to IS years old, with good buildings, adjoin ing t»e lest resld<-n"es i.i Mentone; the town lots no joining this property sell for $200 each; prue lor 90 day, $10,500. Houses and Lots in Los Angeles at a Great Sacrifice. One elegant 2-story house, only five minutes'car ride from the courthouse: good oarrlage house and stable; price only $5000. One cottage of 9 large rooms aad 2 lots, only one block from high school; worth at least $0000, but must be sold at $4300. One new oo onlal cottage on corner lot on Hill st.; 10 large rooms, cement walks, fine fence, lawn, c.rrlage-bouse and stable, and one of the handsomest homes on the street, but—same as the cher two -must be Bold at a sacrifice to pay debts; easy t-rma of payment: nrice, $5000. 10 acre, of land on Yteat Ninth sr.; worth at least $5000; will be soid for $3000. LOS ANGELES OIL. LAND. S of the Diet oil lots on State atreet, «o looted that they control tho oil on 72,000 square leet, or equal to 10 of <he other oil lots; price, $*000, A r. RTMonible gentleman ia ready to contract to aink one or more wells on this ground 800 leot for $800, and Tf he don't find oil will require no pay for tho work. Apply to W. P. McINTOSH, Agent, 2Q7 BRADBURY BLOCK. LUCA GITJRAB. M. M. BIGUE M. M. SIGLIE & Co., 221 WEBT FOURTH ST. Dealers in Choice TELEPHONE 1216. Wines, Liquors anti Cigars <**T'L\ M!I V TRADE A SPECIALTY. Shipments to all outside points. Free city dolly- IN CONNECTION. Bttrn8 > FOR MAN Braises, MUSTANG LINIMENT Bhetitnatism,- AND BEAST. Stiff Joints. The Herald LOS ANGELES, THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 6, 1894 FROM THE FATHERLAND. Opening of the Reichstag's Session. The Kaiser's Speech From the Throne. Cornerstone Laying: of the Reichstag Building. Gay bnt Tedlons Csr.roonlM-William Keoommands Leg-lalatton In Behalf of tbe Labor log Classes. By the associated Press. Berlin, Dee. s.—Tbe teieion of the reiohstag was opened at noon in tbe Kittersale of the castle instead of tbe nsnal Wbite hall, which is being reno vated. Emperor William delivered bis speech from tbe throne. It was aa fol lows: "Honorable Gentlemen: — In the name of my exalted allies I bid yon welcome at the beginning of yonr con stitutional work. Yon will transfer yonr labors to yonr new home, whicb, after 10 yeara of earnest work, is now upon tbe point of completion, a monu ment of our national industry. "May God's blessing rest npon tbe bouse, and may tbe greatness and wel fare of tbe empire be the goal for which all wbo are called upon to work witnin its walls will aim with self-denying loy alty. I entertain tbis wish all the more strongly in view of tbe economic and social and political tasks which must be solved witb your co-operation. "Faithful to tbe traditions of onr an cestors, my exalted allies and myself regard it as onr foremost dnty to tbe state to protect tbe working classes and to assist tbem in obtaining higher eco nomic and moral development. "Tbe federal government will continue to promote feelings of content among the people by mitigating economic so cial differences. "Bnt if these efforts are to succesd it appears necessary to expose more effectually tban hitherto the pernicions. conduct of those wbo attempt to disturb exeoutive power in the fulfillment of his duty. Experience has shown that tbe existing legislation does not afford the means required by tbe federal govern ment. You will, therefore, consider measures supplementing onr common law, and a necessary bill will be sub mitted to yon withont delay whicb, chiefly by extending the present penal provisions, will increase tbe protection of public order. "I entertain tbe confident hope that yon will lend yonr energetic co-opera tion to tbis serious task." His majesty next alluded to tbe pre judicial effect of tbe abuses of bourse speculation npon the national prosper ity, and said that to remedy these evils a bill waa being prepared which wonld probably be submitted during the course of tbe session. Continuing, tbe emperor said: "The same is tho case in regard to a bill tbat is intended to protect the trad ing community against competition which does not scruple to employ unfair means, and which will contribute to strengthening confidence in bnsiness and commerce. "In consequence of the financial sys tem, and to the disadvantage of several states which, instead of receiving, as heretofore, a surplus from the imperial revenues, bave been little called upon to contribute to tbe imperial expendi tures, the creation oi ench sources of revenue bas bsooine necessary. This oppressive state of affairs oan only be partially remedied by an increase oi the THE LADIES, GOD BLESS 'EM ! stamp tax, and tha opening of other fresh sources renders the revenue indis pensable. To this end a bill for the re form of the tobacco taxation will be sub mitted to yon. "To my lively aatisfaction, my confi dence in tbe maintenance of European peace has been further strengthened during the past few years. Faithful to the spirit oi onr alliances, we cultivate friendly relations with all the powers. "During tbe course of the last two months neighboring empire.) have been deeply stirred by grave events. Ger many bas sincerely joined in tbe sym pathy which was evinced on all sides and which once more gave evideneeof the solidity of the human feeling and the peacelnl wishes. In the death oi the emperor of Russia I deplore the loss of a fried and a triend co-operator in works of peace." Emperor William's delivery of his speech was impressive, and was accom panied by gestures. Several times be raised bis Voice and looked sternly aronnd, especially at the passage in re gard to the agrarian question and to tbe revolutions and at his pathetic refer* ence to tbe late czar. Hia majesty aftewards went to the reichetag building in order to formally perform the ceremony of laying its cor nerstone, which was combined with tbe dedication of tbe building and the for mal opening of the newt session of ths reiohstag. Immense crowds ot people were gath ered along the route and outside the new building and cbeered the emperor and the German reigning princes on their way there and upon their arrival. Prince Hobenlohe, the chancellor, and Field Marshal Blumenthat, chief of the general staff of toe Prussian army, wbo is about 80 years of age, were accorded an especially warm reception. Tbe imperial carriages arrived at the new reichstag building at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The portals eet aside for the royal and imperial prinoes were alone used. The portal opposite the oolnmn of victory was conspicuous from the fact that it was decorated witb a velvet canopy. Tbe weather was raw and blnstering, bnt tbis did not deter immense crowds of people from gathering everywhere in the neighborhood of the new building. The dedication ceremonies passed off without • hitch. The scene was moat brilliant, A huge daia had been con structed for the use of the Imperial family and highly favored guests, and over it was a canopy topped by the im perial crown. Beneath this canopy the emperor ond empress and the Ger man princes were gathered. Opposite this structure were tbe military and other notables, as well as the members of tbe diplomatic corps. Prince Hobenlohe, when everything was ready, advanoed towards the em peror and asked his majesty's permis sion for the ceremonies to begin. The prince spoke in a clear bat etrident voice. The ceremony was a tedious affair, all the participants climbing down from the dais to the stone and giving it three taps. At tbe conclusion of this cere, mony tbree "hochs" for the emperor were given, the band played the na tional anthem, and hie majesty and the imperial party retired to the inner chamber of the reichstag buiiding. The crowds then gradually dispersed, while tbe emparor inspected the building thoroughly under the guidance of Herr Wallett, tbe chief architect. The absence of Yon Caprivi, former chancellor, from today's ceremonies was much commented on. Emperor William, wearing a British uniform, visited ths prince of Wale? and duke o! York tbis morning, nnd tbe two returned the visitan hour later. Tbey then started for England. Order your suit early. H. A, Getz is crowded for fine tailoring at moderate prices. 112 VVest Third Btreet. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World* Pair Highest Medal and Diploma. They will dance-but they are also angels of mercy. CARLISLE'S BANKING SCHEME. An Important Caaf.rsaos of She Hosts (Jooimlttse, Washington, Deo. s.—An important conference of most of the Democrats of tbe house committee on banking and currency was held after tbe adjourn ment of the house today as a resnlt of which, early action looking to the re port of a banking bill in line with ths scheme presented by Secretary Carlisle in his message. waa taken. Chairman Springer said that Seoretary Carlisle has intimated a desire to appear before tbe committee himself and has suggested the names of several persons whom it may be well for the committee to call for the purpose of learning their views. Among the names in tbe list furnished by Mr. Carlisle were those of ex-Secretory Fairchild, Horace White of the New York Evening Post, Mr. St. Johns of New York and George A. Butler of New Haven, Conn. The members pres ent decided to hold a meeting ol tbe full committee on next Friday, when a resolution will be offered pro viding that an invitation be extended to Mr. Carlisle and Mr. Eckels to appear on Monday and Tuesday, respectively, and the other gentlemen to appear on the remaining days of the week. Ef forts will be made to close the hearing by tbs 15th inst., and according to one member of the committee immediate work on tbe preparation of • bill will be begnn. CAStrBELL'I BAD BOY. Berkeley Btadeute Ostracize Him—He Will Sell Hia Fhoeos. Berkeley, Dec. 6. —At a meeting of tbe associated students of tbs Univer sity of California this afternoon, Clande C. Campbell, the subject of the hazing committee, was expelled from the asso ciation. He was convicted npon tbe charges of securing secret information concerning the football team and giving it to the Stanford players and of wearing the colors of the latter team at the match on Thanksgiving day. Campbell entered tbe University of California last August aa a special student in mechanics and his name is still on the oollege roll. Tbe faculty will act upon his case to morrow* Campbell today announced his intention of placing photographs of himself on sale. He is awaiting tbe ar rival of bis father, a Methodist clergy man from Los Angeles, wben be threat ened to arrest the students coocarned in the hazing. He went to San Francieco this aftercoon and was warned never to return to Berkeley. Count Ferdinand de Lesseps, engineer of the Suez and Panama eanale, is critic ally ill. Generals Alejandro Gutierrez and Jose Pecardo, of Mexico, are reported to be dying. Admiral Carpenter has cabled notice of tbe arrival of tbo United Statea steam ship Baltimore at Chee Foo. American capitalists have bongbt the Colon mine for $200,000, and theCana van mine for (90,000. Both mines ars in Sonora, Mexico. Earthquakes bave been felt daily in Ecuador ever since November 27th. Much property bas been destroyed and many persons injured. The United Statea ship Detroit bas arrived at Gibraltar. She will proceed in a day or two to Naples to deliver the Columbian relics to the Vatican. Joyce's Body Still Mla»l., K . Sacbamknto, Deo. s.—Efforts to find the body ol Charles Edward Joyce, the young man who last night jumped from tbe Yolo bridge into the river, with a companion named Maydwell, and who wes drowned, have proved fruitless. Some have advanced the theory tbat be ewnm or waded ashore in the darkness and is in hiding, but there is no doubt he was drowned. CABLE FLASHES. TWELVE PAGES. AN INDEX TO YESTERDAY. BT TKt.KGßa.PH—Congressional proceed ings ...Opening of the German reichstag. The oriental war Central American war cloud Armenian horrors....Pacific coast happenings General news glean ings. local - Fire commission meeting Walton to coach the Athletic football team,... Council meeting; contracts for lighting streets appioved The proposed oity char ter, by G. J. Griffiths New beet sugar pro cesses....Chamber of commerce directors' meeting More legal trouble at the expo aitlon Mr. Spinner tella how it feels to be robbed A case of diphtheria causes the closing of the Chestnut-street school Yes terday's rain Tbe story of Hawkins' mur der Del s to lecture hereon labor. NEIGHBORING PLACES. CojirTON—Newspaper changes bands....Re ception to Los Angeles girls. Ontario—More water wanted. Ban Pedro—Cashier Peck's adventure. Santa Barbara—Wrecking -the Crown of England. Pkrris—Fatal accident at the Good Hope mine. Phcenix—Prospects for prosperity....Plenty of tramps. Santa Monica—Qoid effects ot the rain. Anaheim—Nearly an Inch of rain A novel fnel. Ban Bernardino—Rich nnggets from Goler A protest againat tho Sunday law. Santa Ana—The grand jury finishes Its In vestigations. Riverside—An old soldier fatally hart.... Bishop Montgomery's address. Pasadena—Meeting of the Medical society. POINTERS FOR TODAY. Burbank Theater—The Operator. Imperial—Vaudeville. Pavilion—lnternational exposition. Murdered His Mlati-eaa. San Francisco, Dec. 5. —Hugh Riley, an aged driver of a garbage wagon, mur dered hia mißtrese about midnight in a cabin at the Potrero, where the pair have resided for the past Biz years. The deed wae committed with a hatchet, and wae tbe resnlt of one of the numerous drunken quarrels of the couple. Riley, himself, gave the alarm to the nearest neighbors, and althongh bis hands were bathed in tbe blood of hia victim, be de nied hia gnilt. Brazilian Affairs. New York, Deo. 5. —A dispatch from Rio Janeiro says: Fourteen officers have been recently sent to Fort Ville gaignon, charged with conspiring. An increase of 3000 men for the nsvy has been voted by congress. President Moraes has sent three colonization bille to congress. The president is criticized for ignoring in bis message the financial situation in bis predecessor's adminis tration. Th* Nlonrasoa Canal Bill, Washington, Dec. s.—Senator Morgan will tomorrow call up the pending Nica ragua canal bill in the senate and make a report in ita favor. The Swiss national oounoil bas re quested the federal council to resume negotiations witb the foreign govern ments for the establishment of inter national regulations npon labor ques tions. Wickstrom & Person, tailors. Fit* workmanship and goods guaranteed first-class; prices moderate. Room 1, 120>2 8. Spring etreet. The drug combine "busted" by Off Si Vaughn. Drugs at eastern prices. Ayer's, Joy's and Hood'a saraaparilla, 05 cts; i'aiue's Celery Compound, 75c; Syrnpof figs, 35 cts. Babies cry for Caetoria, 25 oents a bottle at Off & Vaughn's, corner Fonrtb and Spring streets. Hollenbeck Hotel Caus, 214 Second street. Oysters 50c a dozen, any atyle. Frozen persimmons at Aithouse Bros.' PRICE FIVE CENTS. COMING TO LIFE. The Senate Displays Ita First Signs of Animation. SOME BRISK DEBATES. Senator Vest Comes Ont Flat- Footed for a Clo ture Rule. THE CHINA - JAPAN MIX. I>odg* f a Resolution Aboat tbo Tortnre of Jtipn Under American Protec tion — P ffat'e Ant.-Bond Rsiolatlon. Br tne Associated Praia, Washington, Dec. 6.—The senate showed ita tiret signs oi animation to day and although the session lasted only until 2:30, there waa time enough for two brisk debates. Vest's efforts to secure a change in tha rules in order to expedite business was tbe chief event of tbe day. Vest, who was formerly opposed to cloture, today announced his conversion. An other feature of tbe day waa the sharp debate on China-Japan questions brought ont by Lodge's resolution call, ing for information as to the torturing of Japanese students wbo were under American protection. Feffer made the first formal BpseeYv, criticising from a Fopulistio standpoint the recent issue oi bonds and giving hia views on finance. BILLS INTRODUCED. There was not a qnornm present when the senate met. Bills were introduced by Berry of Arkansas to form the ter ritory ol Indianola ont of portions of Indian territory ; by Dolph of Oregon, to exempt from duty foreign exhibits at the Portland exhibition ; by Hunton of Virginia, to remit tbe lint/ and penal* ties on tbe naval ships Yorktown. Balti* more, New York and Philadelphia; by Dolph, to forfeit unearned public lands granted railroads; by McPherson of New Jersey, for tbe investigation of tha merits of tbe plan for a unit of labcr. Power today introduced a bill provid ing for tbe free coinage of eilver, male ing the silver dollar to consist of 41" 1 .,' grains of standard fineness, and these dollars to be a legal tender for all debts, public and private. QUAY'S SUGAR SUBSTITUTE. In the senate today Senator Quay pro posed a snbstitnte for the sugar bill now pending in the senate, in the shape of an amendment. It strikes outail of tha bill after the enacting clause, and in sorts the following: "That so much of the act entitled 'An act to reduce taxation, to provide rev enue for the government and for other purposes,' as provides that upon all sugars above No. 16 Dutch standard in color, and upon all sugars whicb have been discolored, tbere shall be lavied and paid a duty of %of 1 cent per pound, in addition to a duty of 40 per cent ad valorem, shall be and the same is hereby repealed." Quay said he wants to offer tbe senate an opportunity to vote directly upon protection to the trnst. Morrill stated that Wednesday he would address the senate on ''some mar velous senatorial bills and aome quack panaceaß for real and imaginary ills." THK JAPAN-CHINA MIX. The vice-president laid before the senate tbe resolutions of Lodge calling on the secretary of etate for information es to the execntion of two Japanese students by tbe Chinese authorities while the students were under tbe pro* tection of the United States. Locge said if the facts were true as published, some one was very much to blame. If tbey were not, this government ahould be vindicated. Chandler suggested that as tbe sen ator from Alabama (Morgan) was chair* man of|tbe foreign relations committee, it would be well to know if he saw any objection to securing speedy informa tion. Morgan Btated war was now progress ing between China and Japan audit wouid be unwise to take any action which would appear favorable to one belligerent or the other. Morgan said bis main objection to the resolution was tbat it was based on tbe impeachment of tbe president or the secretary of state. Lodge answered with mnch warmth that be bad not intended to insinuate any impeachments or make any at tacks. "Thin country has done a good deal of meddling in this Chinese-Japan ese mix," said Lodge, sharply. Morgan stated that a meeting of the foreign relations committee wonld be called at once to consider this reaolu tion if it was sent to the oommittee. It wbb so referred. fsffer's bond issue resolution. Pelfer then secured the floor for a carefully prepared speech.which he read from printed sheets. It ieferred to his resolution calling for information as to tho action of the secretary of the treasury in issuing bonds, and arraigning publio officials for perfidy aud usurpation of authority. At tbe close of FefTer's speech tha res olution was adopted without opposition. It asks the jndiciary committee to in quire into the action of tbe secretary ol tbe treasury io issuing bands. Another resolution by Fetter foria*