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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SPECIALS SCHOOLS AT SANTA MONICA Twenty Years to a Day Since School Began TtM Day Duly Celebrated by Teachers and Pupils—A Little School History-SMM Political Notes Santa Monica, Maroh 6.—Today was celebrated ly teachers, scholars and children, the twentieth anniversary of the opening of tbe public schools iv Santa Monica, and right royally did one and all enter into tbe spirit of tbe oocasion. Twenty years ago, on the Oth day of March. IS7G, the first public school was started in the old Presbyterian church. In 1877 the main part of the school building on Sixth street was completed and used tjr school purposes until 1884, when the big room, so called bere, was fitted up to accommodate the rush. In 1888 four rooms were added to the southeast part of the building and a school house erected on the south side to accommodate that part of town. In 1892 one was built and opened in Ganapatos oanyon to accommodate that part of the district, it being segre gated from the other part of the dis trict in 1801 for the benefit of both. Io 1893 tbe high school was organ ized and has been an honor to tbe community. In 1894 two rooms were added to the main building on Sixth street, and a sohoolhouse was erected in the canyon to accommodate that part of the dis trict; and last year a new building was ereoted on the south side aud the big room divided. POLITICS Citizens continue lo protest against the secret, closed-door method of hold ing a citizens' meeting. This talk means, if it means auytbing, that there will be another ticket placed in the field, and it looks as if there will be any number of free lances for every ollice along the line. The temperance element wants a thousand dollar license, the liberal ele ments of all classes say let matters alone, and the saloons are sawing wood: whether they he.ye got a good-sized woodpile, time alone can tell. Saturday night the A. P. A. will have a meeting. Whether it will be a love feast, a consecration meeting, ora Dou nybrook fair, no one can say. The good goverument class of all factions and issues have become ut terly disgusted and are preparing to take natters into their own hands by selecting a ticket representing all. MOUNT LOWE Slelghrldlng and Tob>zj:aiin< Included in the List of Sporis Mount Lowe, March 6.—Great Bport is now on at tbe Alpine tavern, where sleighriding. tobogganing, etc.. are be ing enjoyed by the people who have come up to try these winter sports while the snow covers the mountains. This afternoon tho snow obstructing the upper portions of the road were cleared, and cars are now running to Alpine tavern again. Large bodies of snow cover the back ranges and on ths northern sides of the nearer mountains. The snow as seen from the end of the track is a grand sight. Toe summits of Mount Lowe, Observatory peak aud the more distant ranges are covered by the white mantle, the great altitude making it possible to see hundreds of peaks which tower into the sky like immense col umns of glistening marble. The com pletion and opening of the Alpine tavern gives a comfortable retreat for people who come up to see the snow, as this cosy little inn is one of the most homelike retreats to be found any where. Social life at the E?ho Mountain house is now very pleasant. Here con gregate people from all over the coun try, all professions being represented. Tbeee people are intelligent men and women, whose combined intellects give zest ond vim to social intercourse. Preparations have been made for rare sport tomorrow, both at Alpine tavern and oa E :ho mountain, many people from the valley having ex pressed an intention of coming up. Among others expected are Governor Budd and tarty. The governor is an enthusiast on Mount Lowe, having spent many days here last fall, and whenever he comes into this part of the state makes a visit. The cold weather has made the pop pies fold op their leaves and conceal their beauty until the weather gets warmer, and the glories which have covered the mesa lor some weeks are ■omewhtt abated. A little more sun shine, however, will make them open again, to the great delight of all lovers of flowers SAN PiLDRO A Fire Narrowly AveneJ—The Tal'jot Still in Port Han Pedro, March ti —Last evening at 8 ocloek Miss Henderson, in the em ploy of C. M. Bjllaur, custom house officer here, upset a lighted lamp and tbe oil immediately took tire. Miss Henderson snatched the table cloth from the table and smothered the flames. The Southern Pacific has a force of men ond a pile driver a*, work patting in new piles at the Southern Pacific wharf. Last evening Mr. Courtney ond his wife entertaiusd a large audience at Swinford's hall with comicalities and excentricities. They give an entertain ment at Herald's hall this evening. Frederick Seagraves of Inigo, form erly a Han Pedro citizsn, is here visit ing friends. Reports were current that the bark Enoch Talbot, leaked so badly that she was iv danger of sinking, which were entirely without foundation. She re turned to port to secure repairs to tanks and oil pump. Large crowds visited tbe Italian man-of-war, Cristoforo Colombo, throughout yesterday. The cruiser left for San Diego last night. Dr. ft. W. Hill appeared be'ore the b?ard.qf trustees last evening, asking 10 have Becou street sidewalks cement ed from Seventh to Thirteenth street. It was referred to a committee. Excursion to San Dlez't T <Jiv Via Santa Fe. Round trip $6 tickets good returning within ten days. Trains leave !> a. tn., 5 :-0 p. m. POMONA'S BONDS ARE SOLD I j The Water Question Solved—Sewers Are Talked Of i ] The Flower Mission Qlrls Make a Success of Their Suoper—Social News and I Personal Notes I Pomona, March 6.—The city trustees jof Pomona finally disposed of the ' water bonds to Messrs. Harrison & Co. 'of Chicago, for $10,0(10 premium and accrued interest, whioh proposition, I with the $1,087.60 reductions of the i original amount for Beoket & Fleming, | gives the city a premium of $16,937.50. After paying Beoket & Fleming and liquidating the claims of the construc tion company the oity will have a > large surplus, perhaps fully enough to put in a good sewer system. The friends of the measure by which j Pomona is to have her own water sys- I tern are jubilant. The stockholders of the Pomona Ir -1 rigation company at their annual j meeting elected the old board of direct ! ors, who are to hold a session Sstur ' day for the purpose of organization. The young ladies of the Fruit and Flower Mission made a oomplete sue ; cess of their novel rainbow supper. They report that one benevolently in clined Pomonan paid them $5 for his | supper, absolutely refusing any I ohange. The Venetian Lady Troubadours' . ' concert and hop at the Hotel Palo ! mares, under the auspices of its man i ager, V. L>. Simms, this evening, is ex ! pected to be one of the really enjoya | ble features of the season. Tomorrow is the d .te for the civil i service examination of a large number 1 of young men in this oity as applicants for mail carriers. They are to meet at 9 ocloek in the high school building. A letter dated March 4th from Col. 'T. W. Brooks at Congress, Arizona, just received by Judge Frank P. Firey of this city this afternoon, gives infor mation that Col. Brooks is well but has not as yet "struck oil." A brother of Assistant Postmaster ! Frauk W. Balfour is now au attache of j the Southern Pacific depot in this city. The women of the W. C. T. U. here met yesterday afternoon and made arrangements to entertain the conven tion delegates who meet in Pomona during May. RIVERSIDE A Postmaster Appointed for Bergman — Sales of urape Fruit Riverside, March 6.— H. F. Bergman has been appointed postmaster at Berg man, this county. A couple of boxes of grape fruit shipped to Boston recently by the Brockton Square Fruit company of this city, sold for $15.50 per box. Seed ' ling oranges shipped by the same com -1 pany brought $2.25 per box at the same market. A company is being formed to put | out a large olive orchard at Val Verde. J. H Walkins, the governor's stenog rapher, is an old Riverside boy, and his many friends in this city are glad to see him prospering. A high license nominating conven tion will be held at the court house next Thursday evening at 7:3(1 ocloek. Or. T. A. Rainey of San Jacinto, who was in the city yesterday, reports that the snow which fell in the valley sur ! rounding that town was short-lived and did not remain long. On the other hand, however, the hills thereabouts are deeply covered with a coat of tbe beautiful. According to Supervisor White's register, the rainfall for the season is 1 4.19 iuches. Snow fell at El Casco, this county, to the depth ot eight inches. It has done considerable damage to trees with foliage. A great many of them ! are badly broken. Marriage licenses were issued yes terday to Joseph W. McDonald and Sarah Valdez, both of Moreno; also to IE. B. Geahart of South Riverside and ' Jennie M. Kissinger of Correctionville, lowa. The public library people have do ' noted fifty volumes, consisting of a ' complete set of Dickens' works, as well jas other volumes by standard authors, !to the county hospital. This gift gives : the hospital about 1205 volumes- ORaNOE Orange Business Lively—Goid Prospects for Deciduous Fruits— Notei Orange, March 6.—There is great ac tivity around tbe packing houses at ! Orange, and orders are received faster than they can be filled. The fruit is bringing good price;. The Santa Ana valley has a good prospect at this time for an abundant crop of deciduous fruits. Will F. Lemon and wife of Los An geles, who have been visiting with rel : atives and friends in Orange for the last ten days, returned to the city to day. Mr. Lemon is an employe of the Southern Pacide Railroad company. A small boy, attending the Orange I public school, yesterday attempted to jump over the stove, a small oil burner, and tipped it over. The oil took fire i but a larger lioy took otf his coat and promptly smothered the fire. A train which came into Orange this ' morning had sufficient snow on top * he i cars to enable the boys to have a good ; old fashioned snowball, which they en joyed hugely. Willis Bridges, late of Burbank, will open a livery barn here. ONTARIO Ontario, March 6.—Two men were arrested last night on suspicion of having burglarized the People's store last Sunday evening. Stolen goods ' were found in ths cabin at Marquette I where the suspects have been living. 1 Search is being made today in tbe vi j cinity of the cabin for other stolen ! property. | R. E. Blackburn sold ten acres yes ; terday in the Moist Yelt tract to a gentleman who recently arrived from Chicago. C. fi G. Bennink of the Boston De partment store bought yesterday two lots on F street from Peter Ferdinand. Mr. Bennink intends building a resi dence on this lot. All persona afflicted with dyspepsia will find 1 immediate relief mid sure cure by using An* [ osturn hitlers. LOS AT-TGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MOEXIXG, MARCH 7, l«f>f>. RAYMOND EXCURSIONISTS F'.id Santa Barbara Surroundings Pleas ant to Look Upon An Important Paving Contract Let Kruse meyer Suffering from Acute nanla. Political and Social Matters / i I Santa Barbara, Maroh 6.—The mcm i | bers ot the Rtymond excursion have . j visited all the points of interest la this I vioinity and were charmed. The party , remained two days in this city, stopping ij at the San Marcos, and left for Los i ! Angeles by rail last evening. The I placing of Santa Barbsra in the line of I Raymond tourist travels has proved . valuable in advertising tbe advantages i and resources of this section, i At the meeting of the common coun cil yesterday afternoon, tbe important contraot for the paving of Haley street • with asphaltum was awarded to Long, | Stevens A Cooper. The next lowest bid was one by the Latailade, Green i and Punta Gorda Consolidated oom ! pany. 'Ihe council also allowed bills j amounting to $2497.10. B. H. G. Krusemeyer, who killed j Very Rev. Ferdinand was i yesterday taken to the iußxne asylum at Highland. The man is afllioted with acute mania of a most pronounced type. Pending the appointment of a new superior, I lev. Salvatlus Athmioks is temporarily filling the vacancy caused by Father Bergmeyer's death. Grand Chief Ranger Antonio Orfila jof Los Angeles will arrive in this city iomorrow noon. In the evening he ! will institute a court of A. O. of F„ ; the ritual and proceedings to be in the ; Spanish language. The board of trade has called a mass meeting of the citizens at tbe city ball tonight, at 8 p. m , to take steps to nominate free holders to draw up a new city charter. Mayor J. M. Hol loway and Councilman A. S. Cooper are now engaged iv selecting candi dates, but the board deems it advisable to nominate a ticket independently. Miss Lizzie Brown of Summerland was thrown from her buggy yesterday afternoon and severely bruised. The accident occured on State street in front of a fruit store kept by Col. J. L. Flewendways. The Southern Pacific company will I conduct another excursion to this oity !on Friday, the 13th inst. Preparations are already under way to properly re ceive the visitors. noscow and the Coronation The coronation of the czar that is to ' take place on tbe 21th of May at Mos cow, will probably eclipse in magnifi cence any ceremony that has so far taken place in Russia. Already there is no longer a single room to be bad at any of the hotels, and as muoh as $500 is asked for a couple of rooms in back streets for the period of the festivals, i To engage a landau entails an expendi i ture of $000, and the prices will in crease as the date of the ceremony draws nearer. France means to do tbe thing in grand style, a special credit of $170,000 having been passed for tho am bassador's extraordinary expenses. Count de Montebello has engaged two houses, and in one of them be proposes to give a reception, to whioh 1500 guests are to be invited; but so great is the I number of persons whe have already | made arrangements in view of the cer • emony that the French ambassador has j been unable to find stables, and has to ■ get some built for tbe occasion. A pop ular festival is to be held at the Khod inskoe, iv which 400,000 people will be able to take part—and much besides. JThe California Lady Barrister Sew York City papers to hand contain portraits of Clara Foltz in barrister robe a.nd wearing a mortar-board cap. This j brilliant California woman lias scored : a triumph in being admitted to practice i before all the New York courts. 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"^Sr* H K7"\ 1 LTON 239 SOUTH SPRiNO ST., Opp. Hotel Hoi enb •«*, LOS AS IE LBS, CAL U».-«T manhood Pettily, Quick,y and Permanently Restored, ..i.j i,HATF.ii English Kemedy NEETiA. df& % jm#c7gr avoid oa « |yJ R»"rantoo to euro any fcjj* •»*» vM kWaJ form of nervous pro«« iJI tratiouor any disorder 1 >J7 (,? t: '° genital organa «,f rOftkkAaUßkl either box, caused f*yCN4ato Before* by excessive use of After- Tobacco, Alcohol or Opium, or c:i account of youthfiu indiscretion or over indulgence eltu Pi'/7.int'ss, Con7ulilon>« Wakefulness. He.idn-tie, Mental DeplQMiofii >S<>ftpniriKof the brain. Weak Memory, (waring Down Pains, ISeminal Weokrie?*, Hyfctyria, Nocturnal Btniaaioat, Spennatoirlio a. Loss ot Power and Irupotency, which if neglected, may lend io premature old and insanity. Positively Riiaranteod. P.'ice. $1.00 p. bor; 6 boxes fori 5 .') 00. iScnt by mail on receipt of price. A written /imranioe f urniiibed with every $5.00 order received, to refund the money if a permanent euro is not; sffeetad. N BR VIA MEDICINE CO.. Detroit. MidU Forsßle byGftO. li. i REEMAN & <'<>~ southeast corner second and Broadway. BANNING CO.SUH2. Hand picked, South Field W'cillngion Lump fOAI AT $n PER TON WAU Delivered Cemsnt and Catalina Island Serpentiifc and Soapstonj ! Agents tor SANTA f'ATALIKA ISLAND, also i foi- .v. T. to ocean excursion stoamers, lugs, yachts and pleasure launches, Telephones, i BAKER IRONWORKS U5O TO tlbl) BUISN'A VISTA SI, USE HNOBLE3, - CKLIPORNII Adiaittiai a. f. (izeaada. 3*1.1114 | FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS STATE LOAN & TRUST COMPANY OF LOS ANGELES CKPITHL PBID \JV IN GOLD COIN $500,000 A OENERAL BANKING: BUSINESS TRANSACTED Interest paid ou Urn* deposits. We net os trustees, guardian*, administrate**, Mat sale deposit boxes for rent. DIRECTORS ASH OFFICERS: H. J. tvOOLI.ACOTT, President; J. F. TOWKI.L, First Vloe I'reßldenti WARRSN OILLSt.Bt. Second Vloj President; JOHN \y. A. OFF, • ashler: M. U. LBWIS, Asalstaal Ossalerf OKOR'IE 11. BO NKItIt A X X, 8. F. PORTER, F. U HOWJM, R. U. UOWXLLt P. U. QUIaC W. P. OAKDMXB, B. V. BALL " OLDEST AND LARGEST BASK IS SOUTHERN CALIFORSIA, Farmers' and Herchants' Bank of Los Angeles, Cal. Canital rnaidunl *500 000 I I. W. Hellman. President; H. W. Hellman. capital rpaiaup) Vice-President: H. J. Fleishman, Cashier; v. Muplusand reserve $$20,000 j Hellmin. Assistant Cashier. Di lectors—W. H. Perry, O. W, Child,, .1. P. Francis, 0. E. Thoin, 0. Dueommun. H.W. Hellman, A. tllasiell, T. L. Duque, I. W. Hellman. Special collection department. Correspondents invited. Bale deposit boxes tor rent THE NATIONAiTIbANK OF CALIFORNIA « AT I.OS ANUKI.K3 DIRECTORS. O. It. CHURCHILL, JOHN WOLFSKILL, GEORGE IRVINE, W. S. DZ VAN" E. F. C. KLOKKE, M. H. SHERMAN, N. IV. STOWBLL, T. E. NBWLIK, UI. JiIIISSO.N. FRED O. JOHNSON, Jolts >I. C. MARBLE, JOHN E. M.vUIILS A. HADLEY Of' LOS A.\>.l,.,Ln. Capital stock 5400.0 M Surplus arid undivided profits over.. 23d,003 .T. M. ELLIOTT. President. W, U. KEHCKHOFF, V. President. FRANK a (iiRRON. Cashier. G. B. SHAFFER, Ass't Casbler. DIRECTORS: J. M. Elliott, * J. D. Rirknell, F. Q. Story, H. Jevne, J. D. Hooker 1 W. c. Patterson, Wm. G. Kerckboff. No pnhHc funds or other preferred deposits rr ANGELES NATIONAL RANK. | United States Depository. Capita! 1500,000 Surplus 4-', r »JO Total ts«,o'Jo OEOROE H. BONE BRAKE resident WARREN GJLLELEN Vice President P. C. HOWES Cashier E. \V . CUE Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS! George il Bonebrake. Warren Giiieien. P. M. Green, Charles A. Biarriner, w. c. Brown, A, \v. Ifrancisco, E. Jobna >n, M. T. Allen, i.c. Howes. This >>aii k tans no deposits of either tbe county <>r fry treasurer > nd therefor* n« nr -ferred creditors. —: —: I •jr^oS' AS'oerEs savings bank.' "" j :30 n. Main st, J E. Plater, Pres. n \v. Hollman, V. Pres. V . at, Caswell, Cas-iIT. D rectors—t. W. Hellman, J. B. I'lat-r. H. Vf. 1 Hellman, [. W. Hellman, jr.. W. M. Caswell. Interest paid On deposits. Money to loau on first class real estate. 1 * « : yVew Furniture and Carpets \ I THE LATEST | • Matting, Oil Cloth and Linoleum Fortlers, Curtain Fixture*- • * Betiding I Baiiy Carriages £ ♦ IV/ncW Shades Upholstery Goods J ♦ Stfir and Lace Curtains Etc., Etc ♦ 5 • h est " • * | Pdcef the 6 Lowest WOl. S. AllCll | * Telephone 24i 332-334 S. Spring St. J *♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦*•»♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦»♦«<♦»•>♦♦«♦«♦««♦«♦♦♦ I® THE LOS ANQELES ® DAILY HERALD | j SUNDAY HERALD i The leading Newspaper of ! 'a the Great Family Paper ! Southern California. I oi the Pacific cosat. ■ • ADVERTISERS ® Who patronize The Herald find that it pays them to tel! the story of ths bargains to its thousands of readers. Merchants' National Bank OF I.OS A NGELES NADEAU BLOCK TV. L. GRAVES. President WILLIAM r. BOSBYUHBLL Vice-President C. X. FLINT Caahl ir W. a, HOLLIDAY Assistant Ceshi-r Capital, eai.l In koM coin t2t>'.<i>t surplus and undivided prniits 3ft,oJi Authorlaed capital soo.oj) DIRECTORS L. X. Breed, H. T. Xowell, William H. Aw, Biias Hoffman, W. il Hollldar, Wm. F. Bo.ibr ebeU, W. 1.. Graves, Frank Rader, D. Remlet, Thomas Goss, E. P. BusbysheiL Mm BANKOFSAVINGS CAPITAL PAID IN C 25.600 223 S. Spring St., LOS ANGELES, CAL. OFFICERS and DIRECTORS M. W. Stimeon Win. Ferguson IV. E. McVau Pifst. Vice Ciest. Clfchitl , C. G. Harrison S. H. Molt R. M. Baher A. E. Pomeroy S. A. Butler INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS GKHAi A.-v-AMl.l'.lv t *%H LwVIM IS BANK. Uor. Main First sts., t.os Angeles, Cm, Paid up capital ....flO(i;vX> 00 Surplus and undivided profits 87,434 5* Victor Ponct .President; L. W. Bllon, First-vice president; C. N. Flint, Second Vice President; M. N. Avery,Cashier; p. V. Bcbtimacher, Assistant Cashier. Directors—Dr. Joseph Kurts, L. w. : | Rllnn, Hugo Zuber, C. N. Flint, 11. W- stoil, M. -V I Avery. C. Brodle, victor Ponet, I. A. Lothian I Knianuol Eyraud, I nterest a! lowed on d*poait# I Honey loaned on real astutt* ! "\ f A IN" STREET'S A VINOS HANK ! 31 AND TRUST COMPANY I Junction ol Main. Spring and Temple sts. (Temple lilot:k), LoS Angeles. Capital paid up (100,000 i Jfliners antl directors: T. L. Dunne. President; I. N. Van Nuvs, Vice President; J. v. W acute*, I cashUr: 11. W. Hellman, Kaspare Colin, It, W. ; O'Afelveny, J. B. Lankershlm, U.T. Johnaon, AbS ) Haaa, \\\ <> Kerckhofl. Money loaned on real ea'at". 1 Five perueni interest paid on term deposits.