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PASADENA NEWS MATTERS A Correspondent Refused Access to Public Court Records THE K. OF P. CELEBRATION Tbe Parade Was an Interesting and Creditable Display The City Decked In Holiday Attire—The Pro ceedings et the Tabernacle—News and Personal Notes PASADENA, Sept. 17.—The Herald corresondent was refused permission to inspect the books of the recorder's court today, though the law expressly states that such records shall be open to the public. Some interesting matter in ref erence to tbis incident wnl be published later. K. of P. CeleDratlon PASA-DEN A, Sept. 17.—The Knights of Pythias are having a grand celebration a.id the city is all decked out in holiday attire in their honor. Decorations are very general and nearly all the business houses are handsomely trimmed. The Knights oi Pythias hall on Colo rado street is the most elaborately trimmed with bunting, streamers of red, white and blue, with the I'ytbian colors suspended from tne cornice, while tne colors are profuse in other effective arrangements across the whule front of the building. Tbe parade was a fine sight with tbe nniform rank and the large number of members in line. This evening there is •n interesting programme at the taber nacle. Tomorrow morning the home anights desire to entertain their vi-i-.i-s with drives about the city and valley and all oitizens who have equipages to spare for this purpose are requested to report to F. S. Itearn as early as possible at the headquarters. For the banquet tomorrow evening, which takes place at the Csrleton, it has been decided to include the ladies as well as the knights, which cannot fail to add to the pleasure of the occasion. This evening at the tabernacle a good sized audience listened to_the following interesting programme: Overture by Pasadena band: ode, Knights of Pythias; address, President C. H. Keys; vocal solo (Springtide, by Becker) Miss Stouglitenourgh; violin duet (Duncla's Fourth Symphony) Miss Lila Dalrymple, Master Arthur Dods worth ; address, Hon. Stanton L. Carter; violin solo. Miss Lila Dalrymple; ode, Knights of Pythias. Brevities " PASADENA, Sept. 17.—This morning Marsbal Buchanan arrested J. 11. Apper son, the proprietor of the restaurant formerly kept by Harry Fluke, for viola tion of the liquor ordinance. He found the liquor about the premises, and the case is said to be a strong one. The ball given last evening by tlie Mex ican people in celebration of the anni- Tesrary of Mexican independence from the government of Hpain drew to Wil liams' hall about fifty participant", and the festtvties were kept up to about the hour of - a. ni. Dr. Lyman Allen. Mr. Henry Wallla aud others returned from their mountain trip yesterday. They had the henetit of tbe unusually clear atmosphere Wednes day and Thursday, such as seldom occurs during the summer months, and this enabled tbem to get extended views from all the higher.mountains. Tbe trial of the case against Henry Biedebacb for maintaining a nuisance in keeping hogs on tbe corner of.Colorado street and Stevenson avenue, which was to bave taken place soday, has been postponed to Thursday murning at 10 o clock. A number of w.tnesses were summoned to Los Angeles today to testily before the grand jury as to what they knew about tbe Koitalsky case and other matters per taining to the conduct of the city record er's othce. The members of Rev.W. M. Jones' con gregation in the L'niversalist church are preparing to give their pastor and his wife a reception in the church parlors next Thursday evening. The attendants at tne Catholic church are anticipating with much pleasure hear ing a sermon next Sunday morning by Right Rev. Bisbop Montgomery. Tbe King's Laughters society will meet Wednesday afternoon from 2 until 5 with Miss Wood, 9!i North Euclid avenue. ONTARIO The Stamm & Franalsh Tunnel Hat Nine Inches of Water ONTARIO, Sept. 17.—Herman Cope land, horticultural superintendent of National City and lluena Vista citrus grove, spent Monday and Tuesday here inspecting Ontario and Cucamonga lemon groves. Lemons are fetching good prices at present. A carload of slightly cured lemons was sold the other day for $1550. The measurement of water from the Stamm and Frankish tunnel, as required by contract, was presented to the water boaid yesterday. Although the present How is "under nine inches, the enterpris ing ouwers of tho water bearing lode hope ere long to strike a much larger How. Dr. W. P. Holyoke of Los Angelesjwas here yesterday looking after his property interests in Ontario. A branch of the San Bernardino county society for the I'tevontion of Cruelty to Animals is being formed here. Dr. Watson and 1. S. Miller are its active promoters. VENTURA A Boston Firm Secures the Water and Electric Bonds VENTURA, Sept. 17.-The town board met last night and sold the water and electric light bonds, amounting to $130, --001), to E. H. Rollins .t Son, Boston, at par, with accrued interest. A great deal of interest attached to the hoard's action and many of the leading citizens were present and expressed their views. There has been some disappointment because no bids offering a premium have been re ceived, but considering the condition of the money marKet and the fact that bonds only bear li per cent, it is not sur prising. Everyone who has expressed an opinion is satisfied with tne board's action. Mr. J. B. Beardsley has been engaged by the Y. M. C. A. board of directors tv act as general secretary until January Ist 1806. Mr. Beardsley has been very suc oessfnl so far ond the action of the diree.. tors meets with tbe approval of all who •re interested in the association. RUPTURE To tbe people who are suffering from rupture. Professor Joseph Fandry, for merly of Berlin, Germany, now of Santa .Barbara, is a practical rupturo specialist and truss manufacturer. Information free whereby you can be cured. Those having tried all kinds of patent trusses and found no relief, also have given up all hope, to those people 1 am calling their attention, and especially ask them to send me their addresses. Agency lor Pabst Beer Agency for Pabst beer. Pacific Bottling Works, cor. Fifth and Woliaaill its. POLO AT SANTA MONICA Southern California Club Puts Up a Fine Game A PROMINENT MINISTER ILL The Prohibitionists to Select Delegates to Their County Convention (food Time Was Made tf the Winner ot the Swimming Contest on Snnday. Notes of Interest SANTA MONICA.Sept.|I7.— The swim ming MMM N !■■•.:: .lay »' 'he North Beach bats] house plunge was for 100 yards, with tnrre entires. It wss won by A. BpUMatasjeanr; time, 1:11 4-5. W. Rice, sec. - A. Nor.: ♦? :i< -er>:ed the San Vicente ranch stoaale :.-r saeep pasturage. George C lVm-.ng. ton of H. L. Dem mg, and family aavo removed to Los An geles after a protracted visit with his parents nere. Mr. Deming's growing stogie t-.>:nes« requiring his living in the city. 11. X. Goetz wears a six bt nine smile these days, as well he may over the arrival of a bouncing boy. Congratula tions are iunny. fast and turlvUß. The Prohibition.sts will hold a pri mary tomorrow evening, September l,th, at W. C. T. U. hall, to elect live dele-rates to the county convention, whicn will be beid at Temperance temple on Saturday. Mrs. M. A. Young of Los Angeles is visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. H. Dekay. Rev. I. H. Luby is sinking fast. Ills death being expected every moment by a large circle of friends who ate anxiously watching at his bedside. I. K. Fitzgerald, traveling passenger agent of the Texas ami Pacific railroad, accompanied by bis wife ami mother-in law. Sirs. Richardson, left today for San Francisco after a charming visit at the seaside city. The Southern California Polo club put up a good game on Saturday, which was enjoyed by a large andience. wno liber ally applauded the respective players. A peculiar incident was the fact that 0. L. Waring, who was playing with the blacks, won not. only the four goals se cured by his side, but nis pony was the only one tallied for the yellows, having kicked the ball through tbe goal. The sides were, yellows, W. H. Young, W. K. Warn, Mr. Bumiser and John Machell; blacks, G. L. Waring, Potter Martin and Mr. Woods. Score,! to 1 ill blacks' favoi. William T. Cummins, an attorney con nected with the land department of the Bo Other n Pacific, spent the day here. The board ot trustees met in regular session Monday evening, Carrillo, Roth and Vawter present. After approving the minutes of tne previous meeting, bills were ordered paid amountng to $11/8.31, of which $-18 was for sewer bond election expenses. The finance committee returned the officers' reports for August with their approval, whicn were ordered tiled. The city clerk's and treasurer's reports for August were presented, and referred to tbe finance committee. Profiles and specifications for the im provement of a part of Third street were presented by Engineer James and adopt ed. The engineer was instructed to establish the grade of Promenade avenue upon a petition of property owners on the south side ocean front thoroughfare. Several licenses were transferred, in* Oluding the retail liquor one bold by Louis Gnmminger, to Girmminger .V Bacher. A resolution of intention was passed for the grading of Third street between Utah and Ralroad avenue, and the laying of cobblestone gutters. The engineer's report upon the widen ing a portion of Front street was present ed and referred to the street committee. The hoard met Thursday evening for the purpose of canvassing the returns of the sewer bond election and adjourned. The Columbian fete given on Saturday evening by the ladies ot the Presbyterian church was a success from all stand points. Tho bean crop on the San Vicente ranch is neing harvested. Mr. and Mrs. Gwynne have returned to Bakerstield after a pleasant visit at the beach. Work on the south side Santa Fe wharf is progressing surely, although slowly, and they will get there after awhile, I guess. The Paul comedy company in Peck's Bad Boy are billed for Forester's nail (opera house) September 21. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Martin of Chi cago spent the day at the beach. J. I. Henry, J.D. Collins and William B. English are onjoying a few days' out ing in adjacent mountains. Mr. ami Mrs. Stephen Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Dexter, accompanied by their families, loave tomorrow on a week's outing in the mountains. PLEASANT TIME IN A CANYON A Minister Pleased Witb the Health' fulness of the Climate Various and Sundry Items of Local, Personal and General Interest—Prominent Lady at Home LORDBBTJRO, Sept. 17.—Lordsburg is well represented at tbe Son Bernardino Festividad. Our Mexican citizens com menced going Sunday morning, many of them driving through, while others took the train. Miss Bertha A. Ludpi. who has spent the last year in Southern California, started for her old home in Wisconsin on the Santa ie overland Tuesday miming. Rev. W. J. Thomas of Ames, la., spent several months here in Southern Cali fornia, returning 10 nis home in August. He was so well pleasod with the health, fulness of tbe climate ftbat he has sent four of his children nere to college. They arrived last week, and report that in the near future the family will move to Lob Angeles county to make it their future home. Mrs. G. W. Dougherty, who has boen visiting relatives in lowa and the east during the summer, arrived home last Saturday. A tally-ho party consisting of about a dozen young ladies and gentlemen took an outing in Stoddart's canyon yester day. Among tho party were Profesnors W.K. Frangfln, M. Curtis. Masterson and Miss Josephine Rover of Lordsburg col lege, Miss Peebles of lowa, Mr, T. K. Wheeler of Illinois and Mr. Charles Donnell of Los Angeles. The drive home ward was made through Euclid avenue, then to Pomona,where refreshments were »er»ed, alter which the party reached home, a tired but happy band. An Osculatory Gentleman SANTA ANA, Sept. 17.—Santa Ana has a Jack the Kisser who is giving yo'ing ladies here a good many frights. His method is to catch some pretty young lady on the streets of an evening when she is alone and quickly imprint a kiss square upon her mouth before she can cry for nelp. He then immediately takes leave without so much as tendering his card. Tbe officers are now endeavoring to locate the osculatory gentleman. jLOS AXGELES HERAED: WEDNESDAY" MDTfNTXO. SEPTEMBETt 18, 1895 CELESTIALS ARE IN TROUBLE May Be Sent Back to the Flowery Kingdom ONE MAY BE INNOCENT The Tax Levy for Riverside County Is Fixed by the Supervisors Attorney .Iclntyre Withdraws From the Cummlnri Murder c'a-u- -Arrested for Crap Shooting RIVEttaIDK, Sept. 17. —Deputy United States Marshal Oaks of l.os Angeles took Wong Hung and Wong Fong, the China men arrested here lost week on a charge or illegal residence, to Los Angeles, wnere they will be examined for deport ation by the United States court. In tne arrest of ono of these men, Wong Fong, tbe officers have undoubtedly made a mistake a* the man is well known here, where he has been engaged in the gar dening business for some time, and pre viously in the Store-keeping business. Vong. While a merchant, went to China, carrying with him a certificate indicating his business to be that of a merchant, hut before his return the store be was intercted in. together with its con tents, was burned. When Fong returned he found himself minus a store und without any menus sufficient to start business again, so he turned his atten tion to gardening with a view to retriev ing his fortunes. This, at least, is the story told by Fong, and be is home out in it by many, both white and Chinese. The case against tbe other Celestial, Wong Hung, seems to be clear, and the probability is that be will be sent back to China. Hung landed some three months ago as a merchant, ot course, but Special Officer Putnam, who mado the arrest, investigated tho Celestial's former history, while here a few days, and he foujj'd abnndant evidence of the fact that Hung was never anything else except a common laborer. When Officer Putnam cime down from Los Angeles to make the arrest he car ried three warrants for as many China men, but was successful in scrying more than two above noted, as the third man learned of the officer's presence and leit town for safer quarters. The board of supervisors met yesterday morning in adjourned session and trans acted considerable business. Tho mutter ot fixing tbe state levy for the current year was the most important work done. County Auditor Clancy presented a tabu lated estimate of the money necessary to by raised to run tbo county government unitl June 30th next. The report was read and widely dis cussed by the board. Mr. Clancy's liguies showed that a tax levy ot $1.80 would be necessary, but the hoard finally decided to fix the rate at. $2 on the hundred, divided as follows: General fund, 07.5 c; salary fund, 10c; road fund, 18c; hospi tal fund. 12c; school fund, 21c; state fund. 08.50. Total, $2. In compiling his estimate Mr, Clancy gave credit for the balance on bond in the different funds at the heainning of the fiscal year, but tbe board did not con sider such balances in making up the levy. In this school district the 18 cents pro vided for roads does not apply, but the following additional levy was made: For special school tax, ISo; bonds aud Inter est, 54c; high school fund, 20c. Total, Use. William Hadam was appointed a justice in Diamond judicial township. The hoard will meet next Monday to apportion the raihoad taxes. Attorney Mcintyre has resigned from the defense of tbe Cummings brothers, who are charged witn the murder of T. 0. Narramore. At the opening of court yesterday he staled that certain promises made to him by the friends and relatives of tne prisoner! hud not been Kept and said he desired to withbdraw from it. The court appointed Attorneys Kvans nnd Adair, as tne prisoners have no money to employ an attorney. £ Joe Myers was arrested last night lor a misdemeanor committed over three montbs ago. Some timo last June the police detected several young men en gaged in shooting craps. The boys were caught in the act on Sunday and the marshal decided not to lock the offenders up, but exacted a promise from tbem, in consideration of bis leniency, that tbev would come into court tho" following Monday. This all but Myers did, and he skipped out. He came back last week, thinking perhaps the matter had been for- f often, but he was mistaken, for the po ke raked him in and he was arraigned before Justice Chambers, who lined him $."> and costs. Myeis did not have that amount and was sent to jail, but later his mother paid the line and he was released. The funeral services of Judge W. W. Noland were held Sunday,and a long line of carriages and the Riverside Lodge, I. 0. 0. "'followed the body to the grave. City Clerk Phelps returned Home yes terday from the east, where he went to sign up the bonds recentlyj soid by the city. The board of trustees met this afternoon to hear the report of Engineer Sharp on the new elecirio light plant for the city. The Women Oppose It SANTA BARBARA, Sept. 17.—The subject of paving the side streets with as pbaltnm, which bus been under dscus- : sion for some time, has been taken up by the Woman's club. At a meeting held this morning, at which a perfect organi zation was effected for the purpose of united opposition to the action of tbe council in proposing to call an election for the issuance of bonns. Members have been on the street all the afternoon mak ing a personal canvass among the busi ness men. The protest will bo presented at Thursday's council meeting. The tax rate of Santa Barbara county for 1895-96 will be over 20 cents higher than for the last year, owing to the increased stat? rate. The Tehachepi Hail Robbers BAKERS ITELD, Sept. 17.-Deputy United States Marshal Oakes brought throe prisoners in this morning charged with robbing the mails. They wore brought beiore United States Commis sioner Maude, who committed them to jail, fixing the bond at JoOO each until a hearing could be had. They gave their names as H. J. Ka'ne, L. E. Stine and W. B. Carey. The crime was committed at Tebai liepi at midnight of the loth inst. When the mail hue was thrown off the train at the depot they carried it some distance away, tut it open and ex tracted whatever tbey chose. The Alpine division of the Mount Lowe railway is now open from Echo mountain to Mount Lowe springs, among the fra grant and shady pinet, covering tho grandest of all mountain, canyon and val ley scenery. This section is a mile longer than the entire Mou.it Washington rail way, with fares at only one-third the cost. Weekly or monthly guests at Echo Moun tain house will receive a rebate of all Mount Lowe railway fares. Kates as low as any other like accommodations. See Mount Lowe railway time table this paper. Bicycle craze Is on, wall paper must, go—33 to 50 ter cent off; S Spring st. Hee our Tribune Wheel, best oil earth; judge for your self. Eckttrom does the wall paper business of the city. He has & large stock, good taste aud cor. rect prices. SAN PEDRO CORRESPONDENCE The Literary Association Will Replenish Its Library AN ENORMOUS RATTLESNAKE A Large Increase in Attendance at the Public Schools Items ol narlne Interest, Together With Personals and Other Local natters. A Prominent Lady Dead SAN PF.nP.O. Sept. 17.—Mrs. J. C. Frank's died at her residence on Four teenth street Sunday evening. She leaves a husband and a little daughter. Mrs. Franks' death was a snock to the com munity, as she was well liked by a large circle of friends. Mr. Franks has tho sympathy of the entire community in his hour of afllict'on. Mrs. Franks was buried yesterday afternoon In the Ifarbor View cemetery, followed by a large con course of friends, who paid their last re spects. Mrs. Franks was a devoted wife and loving mother. Tiiu Ban Pedro Literary association is preparing a large list of books N which will be shortly ordered and placed in the library. The schooner Louise, Captain Rae m'.issen,arrived from Umnqua with 450.00U feel of lumber to Kerektioff-Ctizner Mill and Lumber company. The steamer Jewell, Catain Madson. ar rived from Caspar with 320,000 feet of lum ber to the San Pedro Lumber company. The steamer Tillamook, Captain Han sen,arived from Kureka with 30.000 feet of lumber lo the Southern California Lum ber company. The steamer Eureka, Captain Jepson, arrived from Newport with passengers and merchandise to the Southern Pacific compnay. School has commenced again and the streets present a lively appearance. Mi. J. D. Connor.* principal of the schools here, reports a larger attendance than ever. Harry Phillips killed one of tbe largest rattlesnakes ever seen in this vicinity the other day. Its skin is on exhibition in E. Harmon's show window at tbe soutliest corner of Beacon and Sixth streets. Tne following cyclers made a run ovor to Long Bench on Sunday afternoon: Mr. Blancbard, C. Powers. Cyrus Duffy, Oscar Bennett, Robert Hansen, J. Olsen ana Sam Bennett. A pleasant ride was reported. TRUSTEES' REGULAR SESSION Regular Meeting of the Woman's Council Editor doodwln as c Delegate to the West ern States Conference—Numerous Personal Items POMONA, Sept. 17.-Mr. Johnny Hutchison is completely recovered from the effects of mailing a nail in his foot yesterday. The ladies of the Episcopal [church guild aro planning to resume their fortnightly suppers in tbe gnlldfhall. The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Rnth and Homer B. Hewlett occurs tnis morn ing at the Episcopal church at 7:15 a.m. They will start upon their wedding tout on the 8:06 local. Ten hundred and ninety-one school children were enrolled in the public school heere yesterday, the opening day. Mr. Hi H. Vincent and wifs, who have been traveling in the east for some time, returned home tbis week. N. W. Broughton and wife of Lompoo will be here to spend a few days with their son, Attorney Howard A. Brough ton. Tlie city trustees meet in regular ses sion tonight. C. P. Patterson, who resides on the corner of Fifth avenue and White street, is seriously ill. Miss Mattie Boulan of Los Angeles is the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Cason. Tbe Baptist association will meet soon with the Baptist church of this city. The Woman's council will hold a regu lar meeting on Saturday afternoon. W. L.Ooodwin, the junior editor of the Pomona Times, today received a certifi cate of appointment, signed by Governor Budd, as delegate at large to the western states conference , to be held at Topeka October Ist. The conference in question is to devise means of securing an ap propriation from congress to further improve the harbor at Galveston, Tex., and also to take Initiatory step in arrang ing for a western states' exhibition at Galveston. Tho marriage of Miss Maggie A. Maynard to Chauncey M. Uuughman occurered in this city Saturday evening. Santa Fe Agent Vincent and Mrs. Vin cent hare returned trom a visit east. The Salvation Army held a jubilee in the M, E. church, this city, Saturday night. Staff Captians Milssp (editor of the War Cry) and Thomas were the speakers of the evening. They were ac companied by the Salvation Army band of Pasadena and a big time was had. ANAHEIM Results In the Hardlcap Bicycle Races ANAHEIM, Sept. 17.-The entries for the local handicap bicycle race today were as follows: E. L. Uenl7, Bret Boyd, Joe Backs, Nick Hugo, Davo Patton, Allan "elrose aid Fred Lewis, The race brought out quite a large proportion of the oitizens of both the city and country, and much mirth and keen interest pre vailed. Tho handicap given" Melrose and Lewis was three minutes, Bentz, Backs, Hugo, Lewis and Patton, minutes. Boyd was tho only scratch man. Melrose won place prize. Boyd made the distance, nine miles, in 32:01. Time: Melrose, 34:03,; Lewis. 34:08; Bentz, 33:00; Boyd, 32:01; Backs, 83:01: Hugo, 34:00. John Stanton, aged 58 years, died very suddenly at His house in this city yes terday, a little after the noon hour. He had been suffering for some days. His loss is a severe blow to his family. The fluncal will take place from the Catholic, ntiurcli tomorrow. F. W. Tyler, a former resident and an qx-niarshal of Anaheim, later a captain of the LoS Angeles police force, was in town today shaking hands with his many friends. Rev. Theodore Bea7ley. pastor of the Presbyterian church of this city, will close his long and successful mlnist-y in Anaheim next Sunday. M. L. Rogers, president of the Ana heim Fruit association has been closin • lip the transactions fjr the season, and in the work of balancing tbe boons has been assisted by George V. Horr. Misses Beatrice and Hilda Wilkins of Covina aro spending a week with their sister, Mrs. C. C. Clarke, on Nevada aye. EVENTS AT SANTA ANA Annual Meeting and Election of the Monday Club ELECTRIC LIGHT PROPOSAL The English Walnut.- Are of a Superior Quality This Year J. W. King Convalescing—A Boy Aged Ten Years Who Woighs One Hundred and Ninety-four Pounds SANTA ANA. Sept. 17.-J. W. King, who by mistake took a dose of corrosive sublimate Sunday, was in our city today almost well from his terrible experience. I he Monday club met last night in the otlice of J. v. Scarborough and elected the following officers for the ensuing year: President, 11. T. Matthews: vice president. R. A. 1-. Wade; secretary, Rev. J. 11. Cooper; treasurer, E. S. Wal lace. The club has now all the mem bers to constitute a full cltlb. being only fifteen. As one of the members drops out another is ready to take his place. A programme will soon bs gotten out for the year. C. 11. Monefee is rusticating in Bell canyon tor his health, lie is expected home in a day or two. Every wheelman in this city is expected to lie at the morning train to meet the wheelmen trom abroad coming to attend tue races. An old offender, Dan Long, who makes yearly visits to this city and always gets In jail, mude his appearance this morn ing and was, as usual, given fifteen days in jail at hard labor. 1.. B. Smith of Los Angeles is in the city to attend the races un the Athletic purk race track. H. M. linker sold to Edna I. Rose lots 0 and 7. block E of Bailey s addiiton to Santa Ana for $1000. A marriugo license was issued today to Moses A. Itemiek, aged 51, of Anaheim, and Jennie S. Nawny, aged 50, of Los Angeles. J. S. Haywood was suddenly taken sick yesterday, but is now improving. 0. M. Holmes made a proposition to the city hoard of trustees last night to furnish thirty aic lights of 1200 candle power to run from dai'K to midnight ex cepting on moonlight nights for $5 per light per month, lamps to be not more than (100 feet apart. The proposition was placed on lile. 1 G. H. Garner is in San Bernardino tak ing in the liesta. W. 11. Brooks has gone on the road with his son. who is only 10 years old and weighs 104 pounds. He will keep tbe boy on exhibition as a curiosity as long as it will pay. He was offered $200 per month to travel with a show. W. C. Thompson left for Newhall this morning to inspect a mine for Los An geles n i, ties. Company I was treated to an ice cream surunuo last night by E. E. Deaver, the candy man. Fern Bishop thought to celebrate the arrival of a girl baby at bis house set up the cigars. B. E. Turner will be generous enough next Monday night to ''set 'cm up.'' Mr. and Mis. F. W. Scbaurte of St. Lotus are inthiscity visiting the Laceys. They will soon start for their heme. Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Rice, Mr. and Mr-. D. H. Thomas, Mis. Vanderlip and Mrs. lloldt, mother! of Mrs. J. D. ;,Thomas, formed a party that stinted east this eve- 1 ing on tne Santa Fe road. E. G. Huntington, one of our energetic walnut growers, took a sample of his walnuts and drove to Los Angeles and Pasadena to inquire into the prices and outlook for shipping walnuts. The Chi cago buyers said Mr. Huntington's sam ple of walnuts was the tinest they had seen and quoted him good prices. On inquiry as to the cost ot shipping by rail to Los Angeles, Mr. Huntington says he can haul walnuts from here to Los Ange les at the price at which the railways charge and make good wages. Mr. Hunt ington further says that if the good roads committee will give him a macadam road he will contract to haul all freight that is to come to this city from Los An geles at 30 per cent less than what tbe railroads are now charging, ami will give heavy bonds for the faithful per formance of the duty. THE CENTRAL PACIFIC BOYCOTT President Huntington Says There Will Be None CHICAGO, Sept. 17.—The action which it is alleged is proposed by the Southern Pacific in lessening its through service from Ogden to Sun Francisco, with a view ot forcing as much trallio as possi ble over the Sunset route will,if persisted in, result in the liveliest kind of a light for the California business. The Hock Island and the Burlington,both of whom will be sunt out by the action of the Southern Pacific, say they have no inten tion of going out of the through business to California, no matter what the South ern Pacific may do. If they are shut out of their connections with Ogden they wili in all probability not only reduce rates, tint make an allowance with the Atchi son and deliver business to it at Kansas City. The Atchison would bo a distinct gainer by any route that would eatiso the Hock Island and Burlington to deliver passengers to it, and it would be more than glad to see some such arrangement go into effect. The railroad officials quote Vice-President Sttibbs as their authority for the assertion that the Southern Pacific is contemplating the re duction in train service, and the strong denial of President Huntington tele graphed from New York leaves them in a fog as to what the intentions ot the Southern Paciiio really uro. Mrs. Langtry's Divorce Case LAKEPOKT Cal. Sept. 17.—The papers containing Mrs. Langtry's application for a divorce were tiled in this county this evening. The summons was issued and an order made for publication of the same. 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