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Southern California news and comment.
LOCAL NEWS FROM PASADENA.
A Successful Bazar at the
Presbyterian Church.
An Entertainment Given for Home
less Children.
-
■ba Attractive Booth, and Their At
tewdanta—Death of Mra. San
born- Loral Newa
Notes.
Pabadena, Dec. B.—The bazar eiven
by the ladiea ol the Presbyterian church
opened in Williama' hall thia morning-,
and tba ladiea have enjoyed a very good
patronage despite tbe rain and mud
under foot. Luncheon waa aerved at
noon and ia tbe evening, to which tbe
baaineea men responded liberally.
Oning to the rain it has been decided to
hold the bazar over tomorrow, wben
lunohenn will be aerved aa usual at
noon.
Tbe ladiea ware ai great paina in deco
rating and trimming tbs ball and tbe
reanlts are very satisfactory, tbe old
room being hardly recognizable.
At tbe head of the hall stands Mra.
Qlaaecook'e paper booth, a very pretty
affair in which paper warea of all imag
inable abapea are offered for aale. The
assistants in tbia booth are Miasea
Gardner, Bole and Ornbanm, all of
whom ara attired in becoming paper
costumes.
The candy booth, one of tha leading
attractions, of course, ia in charge of
Mra. (Jhadwick. aaaiated by Misaea Kllia,
York, Church, Bangbam, Tbompaon,
Wiggins and McCormick.
Tbe fancy booth, whioh attracts much
attention, ia taken care ot by Mrs.
Wetherby, Mrs. Merwin. Misa Monfort
and Miaa Viaaeber. Tbe display of
needlework ia very complete and of a
fine quality.
Mra. H. M. Steals, Miaa Fife, Miaa
Gardner and Miaa Church are the pre
siding geniuaea at tbe doll booth, where
dolls of all ahapea nnd descriptions are
dealt ont.
The attendance tbia evening waa very
good considering tbe rain, and the aalaa
were quite eatiafaclory,
A phonograph ia among the attract
tiona and fnrniebea much amneeinent.
A DESERVED TESTIMONIAL.
At a meeting of the Charity Organiza
tion aociety yeaterday the following res
olutions were adopted:
We miaa today from our meeting one
ol onr moat faithful, devoted and willing
workers in the canae of Chriatian ohar
ity, Rev. C. E. Harris, pastor of the
Baptist church, and from the flrat one of
the direotora in tba Charity Organiza
tion aociety, wbo haa paaaed away in
tbe prime ol manhood and at the height
of bia usefulness.
He waa constant, efficient and pains
taking in the delicate and difficult work
undertaken by thia aociety. We found
bim ready to co-operate in ita broad
spirit and willing at all times to go to tbe
borne of tbe destitute, tbe aorrowing or
distressed, in tbe aplrit of brotbeily love
•nd belpfulneaa.
We regret to loae bis wise conneel, hia
kindly, cheerful presence and hia untir
ing efforts aa a co-worker in organized
charity, and we deaire to pat on record
onr fall appreciation of hia Chriatian
character, his genuine manliness and
true worth.
Wo alao extend to bis bereaved family
oar hearty fellowship and tenderest
sympathy and commend them to tbe
tender ears of tbe Good Father, in whom
be traated and in whoseservioe he hum
bly lived and triumphantly died.
J. A. Buchanan, Ch'n,
C. L Conger, Secy,
W. U. Mabtirs,
F. H. Vallette,
Mrs. Glendoba Kyle,
Mrs. M. C. Hester,
Execotive Committee,
FOB HOMELESS CHILDREN.
Tbe entertainment to be given in the
M. E, tabernacle tomorrow, Friday
evening, in tbe intereat of the California
Children's Home society, ahould be wei
attended; no admission fee will be
charged, and a well arranged programme
will be given. It ia tbe deaire to interest
our people generally in tbe workings ol
tbia eooiety, wbicb baa dons so much
lor children since its organization in
thia state. The entertainment tomorrow
evening commences at 8 o'clock. Mr.
P. Moffatt of Loa Angelea will sing and
Mrs. C. Colby of the aame city will
whiatle several aelectiona, which nov
elty will be much enjoyed. Addreaaea
npon tbe work of tbe association, etc.,
will be given by Rev. J. W. Ellis, Judge
Waldo M. York and others. A pleasant
evening is assured, and there ahonld be
■ large attendance, the aubject being a
snoat worthy one.
DEATH OF MRS. SANBORN.
The death of Mrs. Grace M. Sanborn,
Wife of C. N. Sanborn, occurred in tbia
city thia morning from typhoid fever.
Deceased waa in her twenty-filth year,
coming to Pasadena with her husband
nnd daughter some months ago, with
tbe Intention of staying. Tbe case ia a
very sad one, Mr. Sanborn having
almost lost bis eyesight since coming
here, end tbs death of bia wife on top
of ell comes as a aad blow. The family
has • large numbsr of friends both here
and in the east, who sympathise most
sincerely with tbe bereaved husband.
No arrangements have been made for
the funeral, notice of which will be
given later.
NOTES,
Cantain Simpson is home from ■ trip
to Bakerafield.
Miss Faith Gilbsrt bu returned from
fian Diego, the family having decided to
ive in this city.
Dr. Harry Macomber end bride re
turned today from Sent* Barbara. Tbeir
trip was cat abort by tbe rain storm.
The death of Mrs. E. V. Windett,
wife of A. W. Windett of Chicago, oc
curred here today from heart diaeaas.
L, At » Meeting of Pasadena oommendery
No. 81. X, T., tbe following offioara were
eleoted lor tbe ensuing year :
Sir Amos Myron Oollia, E. C.; Bir
.Eogene Cook Griffith. G.; Sir Arthur
F ,n ;7£r on ??, r, £- Q -: Bir winum sbib
» T tV B, o, 1: oo r Ed »«rd Everett Geylord,
J. W.; Sir Sherman Washbnrn, T.; Sir
Romayne Williams, R.
At a meeting of the Plokwick club,
held lest evening, it was decided to give
» Indies' night tbe seoond Wednesday in
this month. Several new members were
received.
Prof. MoOlatcbie lectured last evening
before tbe university extension clasa in
the Universalist church npon Bacteria.
Owing to the rain, preventiog many
Irom attending, the lecture will be re
peated next Wednenday.
The rain continues to oome down
slowly but steadily. Cp to 7 o'clock
thia evening the total lor the atorm wae
2.25 inchee, and indicationa are good lor
a wet nigbt. The moisture is doing
much gooi, and there ia a better feeling
on all aidea on that account.
Rev. K. R. Bennett, paator ol the
Baptiat churcb oi Pomona, waa in town
viaiting George Taylor. He will apend
Sunday in Paaadena and preach at the
baptist church in the morning. In the
evening he will give a lecture on the
Six Months' Early Ministry in the Life
of Chriat, illustrated by the atereosoops
witb aome fine views.
SANTA ANA.
A. H.utj Rainfall- Many Personals.
aTeswa.
Santa Ana, Deo. 6 —The rainfall for
tbe laat 36 boura ia about 3 inchee. It
was 2 inches tbis morning and during
tbe forenoon we bad tbe hardest rain of
tbe season. For about three-quarters
of an boor the rain came down in tor
rents and tba streets were flooded for a
time. The ground is thoroughly soaked
and aa aoon aa it driea off seeding will
be rushed ea laat aa poaaible. Tbe leed
in the pastures and hillsides will start
and bring down the price ol hay, which
ia now $16 for barley. Indicationa are
now good for another all-night rain.
Mr. and Mra. Harnor and Mr. and
Mra. Bowlea and ion, all ol Wisconsin,
arrived last night io visit at tbe home
of Mr. and Mra. H. Phelpa, on Santa
Clara avenue. They will locate in this
valley.
Alfora Bacbtel has cold to Erie Craft
five acres in section 4, township 5, range
10, alao tbe well known as tbe Nemmo
well, for $900.
Richard J. Pengelly of Loa Angelea
baa aold to George Apgar 40 aorea in
section 8, township 4, range 11, for
12400.
Mra. E. C. Alversonof Marengo, lowa,
and Mra. Carmiobel ol Loa Angelea are
in our city visiting with Mra. D. F.
Jonea for a lew days.
Tbe Herald thia morning was de
livered during the heaviest rain oi tbe
seaaon, and every subscriber got hia
paper in good order.
Santa Ana lodge. No. 241, F. and A.
M., will hold the annual election ot offi
cers tomorrow (Friday) evening. All
the members are requested to be prea
ent.
J. A. Jonea will give a turkey ahoot
on the Saturday before Chriatmaa.
Mra Finson and daughter Miss Har
riet, ol Carry, Pa., arrived in thia city
yeeterdav. Mra. Finson ia • aiater ol
Rev. E. O, Mclotire and will apend the
winter in Southern California. They
have been in San Francicao and Oakland
(or the past month. They are delighted
with the atate, especially Orange oounty
and Santa Ana.
The ladiea ol the Chriatian church
are preparing tor an entertainment and
fair to be held next week. Mrs. Slack ia
preparing the programme for the occa
sion.
A small washout delayed the passen
ger on the Santa Fe thia morning.
Mrs. (ieorge A. Edgar haa displayed
in one of tbe windows ol her husband's
atore one ol tbe most unique and artistic
samples of ber work yet aeen. It ia a
production any one would be proud of.
It ia tbe bead of an Indian carved from
palm bark and painted in life-like
oolore.
Mra, Minna tfandere of Orange waa
today committed to the asylum at
Highland by Judge J. W. Towner. For
a long time Mrs. Zanders baa been af
fected, bat not violent until here lately,
when it was thought beet to remove her
to the asylum. She ia a native of Ger
many, 54 yeara old.
Miss Rose Wilson has gone to San
Francieco ior a short visit among her
frienda.
Jacob Fisber ia another new comer
wbo expects to locate in oar city.
Gilbert D'obbs of Little Rock, Ark., ia
at the Richelieu.
Mra. J. W. Scarborough of Los Ange
les ia visiting ber eon, J. G. Scar
borough of thia city. She wili remain
a week or ao.
Edward Cahill, the late editor of the
Blade, will etart for San Franoiaeo in
the morning. Hia family will go later.
At the meeting today oi the W. R. C.
the following officera were eleoted:
Preaident, Mra. Julia A. Jonea; senior
vice-president, Mrs. Paul Seager; junior
vice-president, Mra. Mary J. Moore;
treaaurer, Mrs. Also Yount; chaplain,
Mrs. Nash; guard, Mrs. Daisy Sberrard;
conductor, Mra. W. H. Moran; dele
gates to the national encampment, Mra.
Panl Seager and Mra. Alice Hewitt;
secretary Mrs. Elido A. Huntington.
COLTON.
Local Ntwi and Personal Notes of Gen
eral Interest.
Oolton, Dee. 6.—Rev. F. D. Mather,
paator of the MethoJiat church here,
has been assisting hia brethren at the
Redlands revival meetings.
It commenced raining at 11 o'clock
last night and haa oontinned steadily
all night and today. Tbe outlook at
thia writing bespeaks a continuation.
It will be of untold benefit to the coun
try.
R. M. MoKee, editor of the Oolton
Chronicle, ia spending today in Loa An
gelea.
E. F. Van Luven, secretary of tbe
Oity Water company, went to Los Au.
galea today.
The County Fruit aseociation met
here on Tueaday and adopted a charter
and bylawa. Quite a number of growera
were preaent.
Arthur Pierce, who haa been running
ac newaboy to Loa Angelea on the Oolton
local, ia now a salesman in the hard
ware house of Wlltox & Roae.
Col. F.T. Wilaon, the Southern Pacific
rigbt of way agent, was in Coiton today.
Mr. John P. Wet moro, a prominent
real eatate agent of Ban Angelo, Texaa,
has used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Piarrbua Remedy in hia family for
aeveral yeara aa occasion required, and
always witb perfect success. He aaya:
•'I find it a perfect oure for our baby
wben troubled with colic or dysentery.
I now feel that my outfit ia not complete
without a bottle of tbia remedy at home
or on a trip away from borne." For aale
by Off & Vaughn, oorner Fourth and
Spring atreeta, and C. F. Heinzeman,
222 North Main atreet, druggiat.
Th* Antleuaer.
For all the delicaoiea of tbe aeaaon and
the only genuine French kitchen in tbe
city go to tbe Anbenaer restaurant, 243
South Spring etreet. Commercial lunch
from 11 a. m. till 2 p. m. Meala a la carte
from 7a. m. till Bp. m. The celebrated
Anbenser-Butob premium beer alwaya
fresh on draught. Charles Bauer, pro
prietor and general agent.
*,OS ANGELES HERALDf FRIDAY MORNING: DECEMBER 7J !89*
VENTURA.
THE CITY TO IIAVE STREET
LIGHTS AGAIN.
The Baparviaora to Investigate the
Conduct of lie. Mark., floper-
Intendont of tbe Hos
pital— Notea.
Ventura, Djo. 5. —At a meeting of
tbe council held Monday night, it was
decided to relight tbe town. The aotion
of the board was vsry generally ap
proved by the businees men, who at
tended the meeting in large numbers.
It would bave been a great miafortune
to tbe town for tbe board to have acted
otherwise at tbia season of tbe year,
when ws can look for the annual influx
of climate relugees.
The board of auperviaors ia now in
seaaion, and the case of Dr. Marka,
auperintendent of the hospital, will
come up for hearing on Thursday. It
ia bopad tbat thia matter will be aifted
to tbe bottom, and even and exact jua
tice be done in the premises. If the
charges made be true then tbe doctor ia
not a tit man for tbe responsible posi
tion he holda and abould be ousted at
once; while, on tbe otber band, if tbey
are falae it ia but juat to the superin
tendent that be be act right before the
people of thia community. Let the
matter be eettled once for ail.
Tbe tramp problem ia becoming more
and more perplexing. What ahall be
done with tham ia the question that ia
worrying the thinking public. Tbere
are now encamped near tbe Ventura
river just weat of town, about 40 of
these nomads, and among them are
said to be aome very desperate looking
characters. It would be wall for tbe
citizena to be very careful not to leave
tbeir houses open when they are tem
porarily abaent, aa aome of these partiea
are continuously on the lookout for auch
opportnnitiet to plunder.
Hon. Samnel T. Black, atate auperin
tendent of public instruction-elect, bas
resigned from the board of library true
tees and Prof. Kaufman haa been se
lected to fill the vacancy caused there
by. Majorßlackw.il! leave in.a ehort
timo for Sacramento to assume tbe du
ties of hia new office, and we feel cer
tain that tbe people of tbe atate will
never have cause to regret having hon
ored bim with thia moat reaponaible po
sition.
County Clerk Kanagy yeaterday is
sued a marriage license to Leroy S.
Beckley and Anna L. Bchromyer, both
of Santa Paula.
Sheriff Walker left yesterday for
Highlands with Peter Schneider, who
has been declared insane and will be
placed in tbe asylum at tbat place.
A very pleasant reception was ten
dered to Mr. Ed Hirablelder and wife
on Monday evening by tbe Native
Daughters of tbe Golden West. It waa
beld at tba Odd Fellows hall.
Misa Gertrude Allyn, who has been
visiting in Loa Angeles, returned yea
terday.
Mr. H. R. Burke of San Francisoo
spent Tuesday and Wednesday in town.
L. M. Seaton, apecial agent of tbe
Fireman'a Friend Insurance company,
waa a vialtor here Wednesday.
Meaara. Ed Wagner and brother-in
law, Oreates Solani, left yeaterday for
Riveraide.
DOWNEY.
Rrjololng About tbe Kuln—Local Newa
Notee.
Downey, Dec. 6.—Oar news tbis week
will be on the damp order, bat mingled
witb smiles for we are oat of dast, it be
ing laid very low, and mad takes its
place.
The rain began Wednesday night and
kept up constantly all day Thursday and
that nigbt slow bnt sure. And 'tis
strange bow the troubled look ol not
only farmers but merchants and me
chanics vanlab, and broad, glad emilea
take Ita place—bow quick tbe change,
Irom worry to joy and gladness, when
the rain pours down.
The M. E. church haa reached ita new
location aod ie in position in good time.
Services will be held aa usual next Sab
bath.
A Sabbath achool will be organized at
the old college building of Dr. Riddicks
next Sunday, and tbat it is intended to
organize another ohurch and have
preaching tbere also.
Mr. F, B. Wets died of apoplexy on
Wednesday morning, at 4:30 o'olock,
after only a short illness. He was 52
years of age. He will be buried in Los
Angeles today. He was juat loading 10
oars with wine, ready to take to Chicago,
wben taken down.
Mr. Mat Burob has leased his ranch
for three years, end will move to Re
dondo to remain during that time.
Carrol Smith ie putting np a cottage
on Crawford street, whioh will soon be
ready for occupation.
A baby boy was presented on Sunday
morning to Mr. Soott Greening.
&Mr. A. Swingle, one of tbe railroad
men, will occupy tbe bouse of A. M.
Tbompaon, juat oompleted.
Mr. and Mra. Rowley came down
Tueaday from Monte Vista to visit tbe
doctor and family.
Tbe new firm of Steele & Butler
opened the Smart building thia week
with a grain, floor and general commis
sion baaineae.
A burglar took advantage of the ab
sence of Mr. Olen Moorea and Miaa Or
landa'a absence and went through the
houae and ita contents leisurely, even
examining letters, etc., appropriating
photographs, contents of a small bank,
new aboea and clothing.
Mra. Browning of Redondo waa here
Saturday viaiting old friends.
Our creamery, besides furnishing fine
batter, is now shipping cream to Pasa
dena.
Breakers Ahaaril
Prudence, foresight, that might have saved
many a good ahlp that haa gone to pieces
among the breakers, la a quality ' conspicuous
by Its absence" among many oiasaea of invalids
and amoug none more notable than per
sons troubled with Inactivity of the kidneys
and bladder. When theae organs fall off In
duty grievous trouble ia to be apprehended.
Bright* disease, diabetes, catarrh and atone in
tbe bladder, are among the diseases which a
dlrregard of early symptoms confirm and
rsnder fatal. That signally effectual diuretic,
HostetUr's stomach Bitters, will—and let no
one so troubled forget this—remedy the aymp
toms of aDproaohlng reual disease and checa
iv further progress. Equally effloaolous la the
Bitters lor constipation, liver complaint, ma
larial and rheumatic trouble and debility.
Wall paper bouse of the coast, 328 8. Spring.
Wall paper, hung, lOe roll 338 8. Spring.
Dr. rarker, dentist, 129J, Weat Flrat atreet.
230 envelopes, 30c; % ream wilting paper 25c
Laut-atedter, 214 W. Second, Hollenbeck hotel.
DOCTORS IN THE CLOUDS.
The Pbyslclana ttethar In Foroe on
Slouot Uw«.
Echo Mountain, Dec. 6 —It waa a
great day in cloudland. Tbe mountain
chariot gliding up tbe ateep incline,
oaded to tbe gunwalea witb ipical dis
penses and tbeir wives, ran its nose
into a cloud and apparently knocked it
galley west, for tbe summit of Echo
mountain, which a moment before wae
awatbed in a bandage of mist as if suf
fering from an attack of neuralgia, sud
denly barst forth in an ecstasy of eun
ebine, and the envioae clouds parted
and diacloaed a landacapa of enohanting
beauty, walled in by a eolid bank of
clouds wbicb concealed Los Angeles,
tbe ocean and all remote points from
view.
"Ob, isn't this picture perfectly ex
quisite? I wouldn't have missed it ior
anything," eaid an enthuaiastio lady
physician, for there were quite a sprink
ling of fsmale M, D.a in tne throng.
About 100 doctors and tbeir wives
diagnosed tbe weather, and finding the
symptoms favorable, accepted Prof.
Lowe'a invitation to bold a session of
the Southern California Medical society
in tbe beautiful parlora ol the Echo
Mountain houae, tbe first session hav
ing been beld yesterday at Hotel Green
in Paeadena. Tbe first installment went
up on an extra train which left Pasa
dena at 8:30 a.m., and the balance took
their chances on the regular 9:40 train
from Paaadena.
The committee of arrangements con
sisted of Dra. Franoia T. Rowland, D.
B. Van Slyck, £. E. Gaylord and Geo.
Deaoon of Paaadena, and tbey provided
moat munificently for the comfort and
happinesa of their guests. Dr. P. C.
Rsmondino of San Diego ia president of
the society tbia year.
Among otber phyaiciana preaent list
ening witb rapt attention to a lucid pa
per entitled Flap Operation in Perineor
raphy, by Dr. O, D. Fitzgerald of Los
Angeles, we noticed Dr. Wm. Lemoyne
Wills and bis Bister, Miss Wills; Dr.
and Mrs. E. A. Praeger and Mrs. Mc-
Cartney, Dr. and Mrs. Bert Fills. Dr.
and Mrs. J. H. Daviaaon, Dr. H. G.
Brainard, Dr. and Mro. C. H. Whitman,
Dr. Elizabeth A. Follenabee, Dr. Francia
White Steddom aod Misa Anna Earl,
aud Dr. Wm. Brill of Loa Angelea; Dr.
and Mra. C. S. Stoddard of Santa Bar
bara; Dr. Edwin Carson, Dr. Fred
Baker and Dr. Charlotte J. Barker of
San Diego; Dr. and Mrs. Ben j. M. Page,
Dr. W. Dilworth, Dr. and Mra. Cbas. H.
Carter, Dr. and Mra. J. E. Janes and Dr.
Anita E. Tyng oi Pasadena.
Otber visitors present were James B.
Stetson, president of tbe North Pacifio
Coast railroad and hia brother C. R.
Stetson of San Franciaao; Rev. O. D.
Fisber, Toledo; Mr. and Mra. B. L.
Piatt. Iowa; H. M. Singer, Pasadena;
and Prof. Fred O. Keil, Lob Angelea.
After tbe morning session they
Bteppod ont upon the ample verandas
and reveled in the marvelous beauty ot
mountain, valley, glen, orchard, town,
hamlet and plain, encloaed in a gaozy
fringe o! circumambient clouds, with
golden aunehine filtering through.
They then adjourned to the dining
room, made homelike by two great
colonial fireplaces, and Manager War
ner looked complacently upon the ani
mated acene when the bum of conversa
tion mingled with the pleasant clatter
of kntvea and forks.
REDLANDS.
The Olty Traateea—The Highlands Road.
Notes.
Redlands. Deo. 6.—Owing to the ab
sence of two members of the board of
trustees, no action was taken at tbe
meeting laet night regarding the serv
ices of Mr. Atvrater aa clerk in the city
marshal's office. A stack of bills a foot
thiok, more or lees, which had accumu
lated during tbe depleted condition oi
tbe city treasury, and amounting in
all to $3898 14, was ordered paid.
Planning for the succeaa of the farm
era' inatitute, which is to be beld here,
occupied considerable attention at tbe
chamber of commerce meeting yeaterday
afternoon.
Secretary Jadeon was instructed to
prepare a petition to be preaented to
the truateea, asking tham to take action
in condemning righta of way for the
Highlands road.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rogers and daugh
ter of Grundy Center, lowa, who are
here looking lor a location for a home,
vieited at the home ol C. F. Bailey,
esq., yeaterday and today.
Charles E. Abbey hae purchased of
Thomas Watkina a house and lot on
Fourth atreet near Cypress avenue.
The contract lot building Dr. Jones'
two new houses on Cajon street has
been let to the Ferguson brotheia.
About two inchea ol rain bave fallen
since tbe atorm act in laet Tuesday
night, and atill it looks as though there
wae more to follow.
Of 1472 hooka issued lrom the publio
library in November, 1296 were workß of
fiction.
Dra. Riggs and Spoor bave purchased
a large white marble soda lonntain.
which will materially add to tbe at*
tractivenesa ol tbeir fine drug store.
SANTA MONICA.
Plenty of Kiln—RMuforelng the Kail
way Track.
Santa Monica, Dec. 6. —Lewis Haver
male and wile, ol Oldaburgh, Kan., are
here. It ia rumored that Mr. Haver*
male will reacuaitate the Enterprise.
Tbe rain continued off and on daring
yesterday and today until 1 o'clock,
here having fallen 1.30 inchea.
The Southern Paciflo are placing
bouldera along the track been the canon
ond wbarl approach to prevent any de
struction by tbe tide.
Tbe Queen touched at tbe mammoth
wharl on ber south trip and landed 198
tons and took on 30 tons lor southern
ports.
There is considerable talk among those
who delight in spending a few hoars at
the library over tbe fact that tbere is no
water to drink.
ltaii'....j k Juii£fra.a.
Tlio Swiss authorities have at la3t
sanctioned the plans for a railway up
the Juugfrau. The railway will, in its
upper extremity, mil in a tunnel, ris
ing in spirals in the • interior of tho
mountain and will end on a little
rocky plateau on tho western side of
tho summit. The last portion of the as
cent will be made, painful to relate, by
something so intensely modern as an
elevator. The narrow ridgo at the sum
mit will be leveled by blasting for a ho
tel.
The best way to avoid scalp difeases, hair
falling oat, and premature ba<dneu, ia lo uae
tho beat preventive .known for tbat purpose—
Hall'a Hair Renewer.
POMONA.
Kn ter till nm 'nt by th«f I>« ugli t»r* of
lebeuca—Tha GoaiicM.
Pomona, Dec. 6.—A pleasing feature
of the entertainments given by the
Daughter) of Ujbecca, ia their hospital
ity aod the consequent good cheer that
prevails among tbe assemblr.
The entertainment given by tbem
laat night wae no exception to the
rule, and moat gratifying to tbe
iadies, to say tbe leaat, waa the large
attendance, Odd Fellows' ball being
crowded to tbe very doora. The affair
waa patterned after "ye olden time,"
interspersed with muaic and "tbe good
things of life," wich in this caae meant
a substantial lunch spread by tbe ladies
in tbe parlors below. The exercises of
tbe evening occurred in tbe lodge rooma
on tbe upper floor and were of a very
unique character, a maroh in costume
and and an "old time" apelling school
being participated in by tbe Rebeccas.
Tbe costumea were typical of the time
from which they were taken, appropri
ate, as stated by tbe ladies, both to tbe
olden times as *ell as to tbe existing
bard times. The twina, Melissa Caro
line Thatcher and Ktuily Eliza Brady,
were tbe moviag spirits in tbe spelling
match. Mrs. C. H. Marahall was the
strictly correct echoolmarm and took
the usual pride in showing off her
pupils. Mrs. Elliott Hioman was what
tbe shows would call a double bill; ehe
wore two masks, one before and one be
hind, outrivaling Millie-Christine, the
double woman, in her make-up.
The city council met laat night witb a
full board preaent.
A petition aigned by a large number
of property owners waa read, asking that
a crosswalk be constructed across Holt
avenue on tbe north aide of Main atreet.
Petition waa received and will be dis
cussed later.
The specifications for tba paving of
Second atreet were read and a few
changea made.
The matter of etreet culverts was dis
cussed at length. The cost of construct
ing culverts for ths five crossings will
not be less tban $1250, and the trustees
thought thia rather expensive. Tha
building of valleys across the street was
then discussed with much favor. The
streot superintendent and oity engineer
were inetructed to put in a valley at
once across Second street on Main in
order tbat tbe public may see and use it.
Nightwatohman Scrimminger asked
the trustees to allow him additional
help during the winter montba. Mr.
(iraber moved to employ another watch
man at a salary of $45 per m-nth, for
tbree or more montba. Hutcninaon
moved to amend by making tbe aalary
$50. Carried unanimously. There were
several applications for the poaition.
T. J. Emerick was elected. The latter
was aworn in by tbe clerk, and after re
ceiving instructions went into immedi
ate aervice.
Tbe monthly reporta of the city mar
shal and recorder were read and re
ferred to the finance committee.
Tbe trnsteea met last nigbt witb all
preaent.
A. L. Tufts addreaasd the board witb
reference to establishing the new aide
walk grades on Fourth atreet. eaat of
Ellen. He stated there was considera
ble oomplaint among property owners,
for they were of the opinion that the
grade was being made too low.
After oonsiderable diecuaaion between
bim and tbe city engineer, the matter
waa deferred till tbe next meeting.
The younger children of thia plaoe fol
lowed the example of the little ones in
Los Angeles and several other cities of
note and brought contributions to
school, Thanksgiving day, ior distribu
tion to the poor, notably the kinder
garten and younger classes of the pub
lic schools wbo made their donationa to
tbe young ladiea of the Pomona fruit
and flower mission to distribute for
tbem, a touching inoldent of the kind
nesa that dwells in their young hearta.
All day yesterday waa taken up in
hearing the caae of David Bowers, who
has been charged with maliciously
throwing a stone at a passing Santa Fe
train and breaking two windowa of the
Pullman car. Will Cord, a former Po
mona boy, appeared for tbe prosecu
tion (the Santa Fe company), and At
torney tickles for the defenae. A jury
of six rendered a verdict of "guilty aa
charged.
LUCKY GOLD HUNTERS.
Oome of Those Who Struck It Rich In the
Victor Fields Wero Poor Men.
During tho period of first locations
among the rich mines at Victor thero
were incidents which form an interest
ing history concerning tho charaoter of
tho men and tho peculiar circumstances
under which they made thoir lucky
finds. All of them wore poor, and nearly
all havo quickly grown from poverty to
affluence, while many others now share
the benefits of their fortune. It is well
known that the two leading discoverers
were poor carpenters—W. S. Stratton,
the millionaire owner of the Independ
ence, and W. T. Shemwell, who found
the Elktou. Of all men known to pos
sess -wealth Mr. Stratton is ono of the
least pretentions, though ho realizes the
benefits and blossings of fortune and
says ho will enjoy tho uses of his money
to the end of making the balanoe of his
life pleasant. Shemwell, owning 100,
--000 shares in the Elkton, is over in
Honolulu with his family, having a
good time on an income of $ 1,000 per
month.
It is woll known that Burns and
Doyle were also poor young men wbo
found tho rich Portland mine by the
usual chances of the prospector and for
some timo were unaware of their good
fortune. When thoy had reached a depth
of 18 feet in the process of development
work, John Human, another poor pros
pector, purchased a third interest in tho
claim for $300. After the purchase,
greatly to his joy and in one sense to
the discomfiture of tho locators, an essay
from tho oro gave returns of $20,000 in
gold to the ton. Immediately af .-er that
the partners shipped 10 small sacks that
netted them $1,900 cash. Since that
timo these men have grown wealthy,
and the group of mines belonging to the
Portland continues to grow in richness.
Many others in the district are now
going through tho first stages of such
experiences, und there are many moro
mountains and hills that will some day
be scarred and drilled and honeycombed
as Battle mountain appears to be today.
—Denver Times.
For Over aTtftr Years
Mrr. Wlnslow'a Soothing Svrno haa been used
for children teething. It aojthea the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain, curea wind
colic and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea
Twenty-live cents a bottie.
Dsn Gbkman Family Boaf.
r-?S?SjS Al! the Clothes,
at once, makes too much of a wash, perhaps?
VY S. - - Use Pearline, and it's easy to do a few all
/ / V^y' ~/ a t ' mc ' ots °^ women tn ' s - They*
S tS^te t ' l ° na P^' ns ' towels, handker
— — 1 chiefs, hosier)', etc. each day as they
"^YsV are cast as^e<
V 7 SotH'a them in Pearline and watery
Vy// /jfcCY\ them a few minutes, rinse out —and
XjL 1/ ) tncre they are, perfectly clean.
/ /7 k ot h er > no ru bbing. When tho
/ J >*ic—>y regular wash-day comes, there isn't much
u\'W lefttodo "
-C/ \ W Why isn't this just as well as to keep
vi|3 everything and wash in one day ? tie
THE PUENTE OIL CO
PRODUCERS OF I General Bagincs*
AND DEALERS IN ORTTDT^
vivui/u BIKER BIM.
Tel. 198. PEI ROLEUM WeUs at Paeite, CiL
Thie Company ia prepared to sell and deliver crude petroleum ia large Ot
small quantities either in taalc cars on tin; of railroaia in Los Angelea or ont<
side, or by tank wae;on or drums tj any part of city. We furnish cruae petro eumj
to Cable R'y Co,. BJactric R'y Co., Temple-st R'y Co. and other larj-e^omeaniee.,
OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
OF I_OS ANGELES, CAL.
CAPITAL (PAID OP, $ 000.003.00
60EPLC8 AND KEJKHVB e20.000.00
TOTAL 91,930,000.00
OFFICERS: DIRECTORS:
I. W. HELLMAN Preitdtnt W.H.Perry, v. E, Thorn, A. QlauaU.
H. W. HELLMAN Vice-President O. W. Ohtldi, v. Duoommon.
JOHN MILN'ER. rathter T. L. Dunne, J. B. Lankeishlm
£. J. FLEISHMAN Assistant Cashier H. W. Hellman, L W. Hellman.
Sell and Buy Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Special Collection Department
CORRESPONDENCE INVITED.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NATIONAL I
Bank, 101 8. Spnnn at., Nadeau block.
L. N. BREED Preaident
WM. K. BOSBYiHELL Vice-Preaident
C. N. FLINT Cashier
W. H. HOLLIDAT Assistant Cashier
Capital, paid in sold ooin $200,000
Surplus and uud.vlded profits 26.000
Authorised capital 000,000
DIRKCTORS'
L. N. Breed, H. T. Newell, Wm. H. Avery,
Bllaa Holman. W. H. Hoillday, F. C. Bo«by
(heil, SI. Hasan. Frank Radar, D. Remlck,
Thos. Gose, Wm. F. Bo.byahelL
UNION BANK OF SAVINGS I
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000
223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES.
or/iccne ar»o oiatcToae:
k.. W. Sllmson Wai. Ferguson W. E. McVay
Frrtt. Vire-rmL C»,hier
C. G. Harrison 8. H. Mott „J. M. Baker
A. E. Pcmeroy S. A. Butler
INTEREST PAID ON PEPOSIT3_
LOB ANGELES BAVIN .B BANK,
236 N. Main St.
CapltM stock $100,000
Surplus..- 83,000
J. E. I'la'.er, Prea. H. W. Hellman, V.OS-Pres.
W M. Oa well, Caahler.
Directors—l. W. Heliraao, J. E. Pl»ter, H. W.
Bel mm, I. w. Hellman, jr., W. M. Caaweli.
Inter ist paid on deposits. Moniv to loan on
Br«t nlaa» r*«t eatate '1 '»'
A JOCKEY'S INCOME.
A Small Boy's Big- Earnings Daring- th:
Year, Which Go For a Good Purpose.
A Email boy, with no particular edu
cation, who enn increase his income by
$12,000 in a single year, may claim to
be an oxception to the general run of
boys. This is what Jockey Griffin has
dono this year, and apparently ho has
uot placed his services above their mar
ket value. He was oomethingiu tho na
ture of a "find" last year, when Mr.
Gideon engaged him at a salary of $4,
--000 for a year's riding. During tho sea
son Griffin proved that Mr. Gideon's
judgment was oorrect, for he gained re
markable proniiucnco among the
jockeys. When it came timo to talk
about this season's work, it was found
that Griffin had been approached by a
number of owners, and that Mr. Loril
lard had offered him $15,000 to rido for
his stable nest year. Ho was re-engaged
by Gideon & Daly for $10,000 for tho
coming season, an increase of exactly
$12,000 over his salary foi the past sea
son.
It is not to bo understood that this
figure represents the entire income of
tho jookey, for under tho rules he is
permitted to rido for other owners when
his services aro not demanded by tho
man to whom he is under contract. Tho
perquisites of a good jockey aro more
than tho salary of a capable cashier or
bookkeeper. Griflln, for instance, re
ceived $2, ?00 by way of a present, out
sido of his salary, for winning tho Fu
turity. He Is a sober, well mannered
lad and still very young, but ho takes
a great prirto in his family and is edu
cating his sisters and brothers out of his
earnings.—New York Bun.
How Sho Kept Her Girl.
Sho mado all tho other women madly
envious by saying that she hnd a jowcl of
a girl; that sho hnd lied lier for four
years, and that she expected to havo her
forevor. Tho other women asked her how
she accomplished It, nnd sho toid them.
"I pay her well," sho announced in tho
beginning. "I also pay her regularly. If
she wants to send liar moiioy home, she
oan do it at a given dato. Sho 13 in no
more uncertainty about her salary than
my husband is. Hor room is ploaaant.
It isn't elaborate, but it is as comfortable
and horurliko as I could mako it. I tell
ter exactly what I want done and lot her
do it then ln her own way.
"The children am not, allowed to give
her orders, and thoy are obliged to treat
hor respectfully. I myself am ns polito aa
I know how to be to her. I never repri
mand her in public. 1 don't mine'letting
her sco that I llko her and ov?c tellioft
hor so. I praise her When sho deserve
praise. Sho lias company a oouplo of timns
a week, and eho novcr abuses lier privi
leges in that respect. I try to give her ai
snr.ch freedom as if sho were employed iv
tome other capacity. I think my success
ivith her is an advertisement for my moth
td." —Baltimore Herald.
No Chriatmaa and New Year's table ahould
be without a botile of Dr. Sb gert'a Angostura
Bl'ters, the world renowned appetizer of ex
quisite flavor. Beware of counterfeits.
Largest stock of wall piper at Eckatrom's, 309
Mem aL Bight price—good taste.
OF LO3 AS GILES.
f>p!tal stock $4.00,000
aurploi 200,000
J. SI. ELLIOTT. Preetdent
VV. Q. KBRCKHOFF, V.-Praa'L
FRANK A 'HBsON, Cashier.
Q. B. BHaFFCR, Asi't (lasbiia,
DIBSCTOBII
J. M. Elliott, J. D. Bicknatl,
F. Q. Btorv, H. Jevne,
J. D. Hooker, W. C. Patterson,
Wm. G. Kerckhoß*.
, , mm
J OB ANGELES NATIONAL BANK.
UNITED STATSS DEPOSITORY.
Capital 8300,000
Surplus b7,»00
Total 837,000
GEOKOE H. BONHBEAKE President
WAKKSN GILLELEN Vice-President
E. C. HOWES Oaahle*
E. W. COE Aaalitant Cashier
directors:
George H. Bonebrak-, Warren GUlelan, P. JC.
Green, Chaa. A. Marriaer, W. C Brown, A. W.
Franoiaeo, K. P. Johnson, M. T. Allen, F. C
Howes. 8-U t|
ALEXANDRE WEILLTRACT
BEsT INSTALLMENT PLAN LOTd
Now for aale in Loa Ange ea
SIS—CASH AND MONTHLY—SIO
NO INTEREST. NO INTEREST.
Lots from $225 to $950.
Cement sidewalks. Olty Water.
Electric Cara. Good Street)
II yon want a good residence lot ln tte
CENTRAL AVENUE
DISTRICT,
Get map and price liat at our office,
415 North Main St.
RICHARD ALTSCHU L. Sole Agent.
11-8 cod 8m
♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ •>♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
1 Tbe Herald j
♦ Reaches |
t People I
♦ Who Buy I
♦ The Goods, f
J WHICH ARE *
t The 'Purchasing Classes ' •
♦ 1
♦ "People wbo buy goods are divided Into ♦
J three classes: *
: "The select 10,000, tho well-to-do 100,- *>
000, and the more or leas prosperous ♦
1 million. Nine-tentba of all ths fortunes J
«> are made from tho trade of the 100,000 *>
♦ and the milliou, because they buy nine- •
♦ tenths of the goula which are sold. They J
e> are the pcop c also who respond to adver- o>
♦ tlaemect', and who buy for cash or pay ♦
2 their bills promptly. The merchant or £
♦ t.ny advert'aer who caiers successfully to ♦
♦ the 100,001) and the million will get all ♦
J he rares lor ol the trade of the select J
♦ 10,000. They rarely answer an adver- ♦
I tisement, and ars proverbially alow J
X pay."—Stewart. X
X ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ j
♦ The HEBALD, daily and Sunday, not J
a> only haa a large circulation in Southern a>
T California, but reachea the homes of th j ♦
J 100 000 class and the "more oi less proi- *
Z perous million." *>
♦ ♦
A UOT ION!
AT SALESROOMS,
413 S. SPRING ST.,
On Thursday, Friday aud Satur
day, Dee. 6, 7, and 8, at 2 p. in.
OF— —
Elegant carved oak bedroom suits, brass en
amled bedsuads, Biusscla carpau; alao new
Byrmuarnaa, lac« curtains, blankets, 00 boxes
eltrars, ladles' nud mioses' ahoes, etc.
£$W~ Ladles are invited.
C. M. STEVENS, Auctioneer.
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