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AGAIN THE HOTEL MEN
Members of the H. M. M. B. A. Do San Diego Thoroughly LAST NIGHT AT CORONADO A Magnificently Planned Banquet at tbe Great Hotel Governor James H. Budd. His Wile and Hi« riother. Occupy Seats ol Honor at the Festive Board Testerday the hotel men and their fair companions fell In love with San litego. They went over to that city at an early hour in the morning, visited tlio c hamber of commerce and inspect ed the exhibits therein, were given a drive through tho business portion of the city, about its park, and out upon the heights overlooking Mission valley. From there they were driven to the Hotel Florence, where they were the Kiiests of the newly-elected president of the H. M.M. H. A., George Vv r . Lynch, who nerved htme with something with which ihe great majority were unfamil iar, a Spanish dinner. There were hot chicken tamales. rich dishes of frijoles, plates of tortillas, chili con come, chili sauce, etc. Music for the gathering at the Florence was furnished by the San Diego band, while in the dining-room a Spanish mandolin, guitar and zither or chestra rendered sweet strains, under the direction of Professor Max Hester. The decorations in the dining-room were • specially attractive, and the novel din ner and its environs were much enjoyed by the guests of the hour. Governor James H. Budd, accompanied by bis wife and mother and Miss M. J. Todman, his private secretary, arrived from the north in season to partake of tho lunch, and subsequently came to the Hotel del Coronado, where they were the guests of the Southern Califor nia hotel association at the H. M. M. B. A. banquet. Tiie members who went to San Diego also returned at an early hour so as to prepare for the evening's festivities. Seats were taken at the ban quet board in the Hotel del Otironado at 8 oelock, with plates laid for 425 peo ple. The great dining-rotim was ablaze with electric lights aud the decorations were very beautiful. Around the sides of the handsome rooixt were branches of an palm, orange and olive trees, Inter twined with smtlax, roses, carnations andother blossoms. Across the room hung on wires wufe the letters H, M. M. B. A., in flowers and smllax, while the sr*,! Q f the association similar ly outlir.ed hung above the seats of honot\ •_• a'he long table feature of the ordinary banquet was absent, the guests being neat.-.! at tables accommodating six people each. Upon a raised dais upon one side of the room were the toast - 'master, the president of the Hotel Men's Mutual Benefit association, the gover nor of the state of California, the may ors of Los Angeles and San Diego and tho president of the several slate hotel associations. The table at which they sat was festooned witli smilax and roses and presented a beautiful appearance from the tables on the floor below. H. W. Chase of thtt Hotel Nadeau, Los Angeles, who is a member of the South' prn California Hotel association, pre sided as toastn.aster. His first call was upon Governor .lames H. Budd to re spond to tho toast California. As the governor arose ha was greeted with cheers, and then he delivered an address replete With information about the grout, state over tho destinies of which he is now presiding. The next toast was tha Hotel .Men's Mutual Benefit ns feodation, which was responded to by Tiie retiring president thereof, Benja min H. Yard of New Jersey. He ex pressed the appreciation and gratitude of the organisation for tho pleasures Which they were enjoying and called for a vote of thanks for the same, Which Was given with vim and energy. He re ferred pleasantly to the election of Gem-go yy. Lynch as president, which reference brought out a hearty burst of cheers. He then reviewed the object and success of the organization. Following tltis the toastmaster called Upon many prominent men in tbe or ganization. Among those who respond ed were: 15. M. Tierney, president of the New York state association; Gen. R. IT. Warlteld of tbe California bote! t-'an Francisco; W. H. La Pointe, pres ident of the Massachusetts association; AY. H. Carlson, mayor of San Diego; A. ti. Ashman of the St. Clair, New York city; Horace H. lirockway, vice-pres ident of tiie New York city hotel asso ciation: Charles Webb of the Hotel Hamilton. Hagerstown, Md ; T \ Parker of the Metropolitan, St. Paul; c. AY. Hut-ton James, Pasadena; o T Pelren, Kagle hotel. Concord, N H • Simeon Ford of the Grand Uhlott hotel' New York city; who,; humorous Sallies brought forth storms of applause and laughter; James H, Bowker, president Of the Connecticut: association; John Hearsay, vice-president for New Mex ico: George H. How iter, president, of the Massachusetts hotel association; jew el* Wilcox, one of the earliest members hoVoi \W J - wWSS Hot.- World, Chicago; George W Lynch, president-elect, and many oth- to Fh. " "' k " f tho Palaoe hotel, Ban Francisco, presented a welcoming address on behalf of the Ca if. m a bote! association, whose guests he hotel men will be when they cross the Tchaohepi range, and Tlo„. H . Porter o the Templeton. Salt Lake City In vito,! them to visit the capital offiah en route home, it was after midnight before the happy gathering broke up Mm credit is duo the management of Hotel del t oronado and its employes for the success of the banquet tonight. Manager S3, S. Babcock gave his em ployes all they wanted to make th" event a perfect one. Chief Clerk New lln wae untiring in his efforts to bring about happy combinations in the seat ing of the guests. Steward Robinson bought out markets. Theodore La manna., the chef, turned out with the as sistance id' his callable cooks, a well prepared list of dishes, in which work lie was ably seconded by Louis Robe, the pastry cook, and P.Margnier, the experienced head waiter, had at his call a force of well-trained men who faithfully carried out his admirable ar rangements for the service of the din ner. Tlio bill of faro furnished with the compliments of I.oughead and Com pany, Philadelphia, was a gem in that line, 'rhe cover of silk-finished tinted cardboard was illuminated with hand painted btinehesrf'f tiie California flow er, thu Poppy, while the announcements, menu, heading, etc., were embossed in gold alid printed in elegant colors. They are exquisite souvenirs and this pro duction cost over $1000. Excellent mu sic was furnished by the Kammermeyer Altogether the seventeenth annual banquet of the H. M. M. B. A. has been a conspicuous success arid all concerned in its preparation may well reel proud at the happy results of their For the Chamber Display l«T e J?e brou eht an unusual nttm rjSl of exhibits to the chamber ot enm- "° < lo "*>t many wisely conoltnl tude of visitors to see them. ~i i,.H - B - barney of Riverside contrlh -111 I'd a box of oranges iln^Hlfulfn 6 H ° tCh ofthlsclt y sept some boar<l ot tra <> e placed throe boxes of oranges and one of lem ons to the credit, of that center of fruit, production. Mr. A. rj. Thatcher of Pomona sent a jar of qilVes, and Mr. C. B. Messenger of the. same place a case of marmalade. AY. c. Fry of Cahuenga enriched the exhibit with a couple of clusters of lent ■ ons of remarkable development, cut from a tree only three years old. Jacob Muller, one of tho pioneer resi dents of Cahuengu, sent a lot ot fruit il lustrative of the semi-tropical character of that frostless belt. There are alli gator pears, cherimoyers, coffee ber ries, banana and bread fruit, all grown Ml Mr. Muller's place. The Santa Ana chamber of commerce sent in a fine display of the products of Orange county; three barrels ot cut flowers, two boxes of orange 3, three of vegetables and one of lemons. FATALLY INJURED A Prult Peddler Thrown Prom His Wagon in a Runaway Out on Kuhrtz street on the east side there yeserday afternoon occurred an accident which will probably cost a fruit peddler named A. Packwood his life. At 3:45 a boy dashed up to the county hospital on a pony and said that a fruit peddler's horse had run away and thrown the occupant of the wagon out into the street, where he lay insensi ble. Tho ambulance was dispatched post haste, and four blocks south on Khurta street came upon the body of the unfortunate lying in the road. He was picked up and hastily taken to the Infirmary, arriving there inside of 8 minutes from the time of the call. This was a remarkably quick trip. The patient was totally unconscious when discovered, but later at the hospi tal somewhat recovered. It was found that he was badly used up and that his injuries were such as to probably prove fatal. Besides being severely cut on the head, face and hands, internal in juries are feared as the patient is vomit ing blood. Packwood is of middle age and resides at 42;', Main street. At a late hour his recovery was regarded as doubtful. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder wants your patronage. A trial is con vincing. THE ITALIAN LECTURER A Large Crowd at Turavereln Mall to Hear M. Qori Sociological and Political Questions Discussed by the Noted Lecturer—An Address in French, Then Repeated in Italian A large crowd gathered at Turnverein hall last night to hear sociological and political questions discussed by Mr, ( iorl, the noted Italian political lecturer, and Capt. J. T. Junes of thic city. Mr. Qori is a marvelously voluble speaker and he has all the facility of gesture as well as the flexibility of tone peculiar to the Latin races. He spoke for half an hour in the French language, then delivered the same ad dress in Italian. He said in part: "The French revo lution of 17S!i-:':; was political and local only. While it affected all the world with the power of contagion, the effect was still Confined to the realm of poll tics. Local revolutions can never be ot very great or lasting benefit. The love of liberty and the knowledge of Its iM. aORI, ITALIAN I'obilUAl. LE-TI'RER benefits must penade all clsshps of people and all the nations of the World, before we can hope to have real liberty in any part of the world for any great length of time. The next great revo lution will be against all forms of ex isting governments. people usually like their own country and their own government, no matter what valid ob ject ions there may be to both, At pres ent the function of government is mo nopolized by a few cunning people lv each country. The tollers advance but little because they do not possess the products of their toll. In securing the services of the masses I the masters of all countries use the I same methods with little variation. I The workers are kept in Ignorance. j They do not know that the services they render have more than bread and but ter value. Before there can be a revolution in material matters there must be a rev- I olutton of conscience, the cunning nnd I skillful must be just or they must be i overcome by the brute force of tho ! toilers. Such a change will bo but | temporary, but a succession of such changes win be of great va|ue as ed ucational factors. Reformers And rev olutionists must work for the 1 right, not simply against the rich and power ful. While the world must be gov erned to death there can be but little justice lv the world. I Tho speaker closed with a beautiful poem by IJeranger. At the close ot Air. Gold's address Mr. V. Dul spoke for a few minutes in defense of the French government and the plans of the revolutionists. Capt. .1. T. Janes said: There is no library for the poor man. What we call public libraries are fitted up for the rich and the gaily appareled. The poof men are not allowed to congregate in tho streets or on the sidewalks or in the parks. tn this city many gangs of men are paid off at the saloons near First and Main streets, so that much of the money is spent before the work men leave that locallts - . Men talk of reforms by means of the ballot, but they vote in the same sets of political hogs year after year. Re formers do not increase in numbers to any considerable extent. A few band themselves together for self-protection, but they are soon disbanded by some means or other. Practically most men are living on the earth like caged ani mals and have little hope except in es cape from the cage and a happier loca tion thereafter. Civilization and education so-called are failures. The oppressed spend their strength when the fight is not their own, and when they should fight hard they are unable to fight at all. The captain referred to the late A. Tt. U. strike as a case in point. At the closo of Ills remarks Mr. S. EJ. Fulton began to defend the course of the A. R. TJ. men, but. Captain Janes objected and Mr. Fulton closed by making a reference or two to free speech. Tonight Mr. Gorl will be banqueted at tne National hotel by his admirers. Bock Beer Call for the wholesome John Weiland bock beor, on draught at all the princi pal saloons in the city. £iOS ANGEXiES HERALD: TUESDAY MOBNING. APEIL 21, 1896. POLITICIANS AT PASADENA Find Their Work Nullified by Careless Judges FAULTY RETURNS OF VOTES Force Some Candidates to Appeal to tbe The New Council Meets for Business—Flag. Raising at tbe Wilson School-Per sonal and Social. Items PASADENA, April 20.— When the election returns were openeil In the council meeting this afternoon it was found that the returns from the First, Third and Sixth precincts had not been properly made out. In the First the certificate of election had not been filled in at all; in the Third the poll book was missing; In thetflxth the register was not enclosed In the envelope with the poll book nd tally sheet as required. The board adjourned until 7 p.m., when the matter was discussed. City Attor ney Arthur gave it as his opinion that the board must take the returns as they were presented to them, and those which were not presented at all or not according to the law in the matter should not be counted. a. it. Metca.lt appeared in behalf of the officers who would be counted out by iiis decision—namely, Messrs. Reynolds and Laeey—and cited cases in support of his contention that the board should order tho election board before them and cause them to complete their re turns, but the board took the city attor ney s advice, deciding that the mattei of considering the returns in the pre cincts where they « ore n(J t legally made out was a .Ueston for the courts to han dle and not for the board. This puts Mesrs. Cofflln and Slater in the ofiiees of truste and city marshal respectively, instead or Messrs. Rey nolds and Laeey. It Is understood that the matter will be adjusted by the courts. The new board then organized ror business. The law requires this to be done at the tin t meeting after elec tlon hence no delay could be allowed in deciding the matter one way or an other. COUNCIL MEETING, At the meeting of the city council ibis afternoon there were present Trus tees Cox, Washburn, Weed anil Ham ilton, beside the recently elected mem bers, Messrs. Reynolds, Pulton and Hartwoli. A long report was sub mltt'-d on ti,e sewer farm by Shu-ma, Washburn, chairman ot the commit tee on public buildings and grounds. it showed the cost of maintaining the farm and reviewed the history of th- Institution. Some time ago complaint was made by persons living in the vi cinity that to run an open ditch on the farm, as was done up to two years ago, was a nuisance, Mr. Gervaise Fui-ceil a sanitary engineer, wis employed to devise Some means to avert this nuis ance, and a:; a esult the lower half ..•' the farm was planted, and though it caused some expense to the city, Mr WashbUrh thought that it win' mori t han pay expenses for the coming year. Ihe report showed Mini the net ex penses from March, iwit. to March, LgMI was and from Mutch, 18811 i i March. 1888, SiWT\ The reports of ihe lax collector pouhdmaster and city marshal were received and approved. The report of Ino recorder showed :;..",:. collected In lilies. The city derk reported Upon the ballots of the election, The report of city Attorney Arthur showed Mat during six years there had been ;.'.:; or- Ittßhces passed and fOB resolutions. Bx i pt-nditures lor improvements had been I A St'HOO FLAG RAISING, About a doseh members of the G A | P.. wore present at a Mag-ralsina 81 the | ivilsoti school ibis morning al M oelock | Comrades Matt i. Harris and polk ; made speeches and the pupils of the ! high school sang patriotic souks. Mr j MattOon addressed the children upon I the reverence which they should show | ba- tin- (lag, and referred feelingly to the many who had died in Its defense upon the battlefield. Mr. Folk is nn cx-oflic-r of the confederacy, ami spoke of Lee's surrender to <i:!runi. The llag i whlcli was raised by Comrade MaBSOy was greeted with loud Cheers. Among those present were Comrades : A. IC. Nash. AY. M. Peiinell. J. H. Hurter j Ilarrts. Httmtz. Massey. Heal. Darling ton. Turner. Commander JarvTs, Mat : loon. Polk ai.d others. TtSNNIS CLUB RBJCBPTiON. Mrs.Washington McCllntock of North Pasadena entertained the Columbia Hiii TeritilS Blub Saturday evening. A fea j lure of the occasion was a love tale in bowers, in which the affections and names of those, participating were de termined. A handsome copy of Tenny- BOn'S pOSms was awarded to Miss Franc Bolt for reading the largest number of names, and Mr. bid. Groehendyke cut for second prise a silver eraser. An elab orate dinner was served, followed by a musical program, during which there were a violin 8010 by Arthur Dodworth, o violin solo by Miss Hall, violin duet by Miss Hull and Mr. Dodworth, and "I Hke the small package Ya.-J~M of Pearline," a lady says ; "it lasts two week ly i and does two washings.' \V? xs* i Then she admits that t-.lv \V ~n C 1"Q 1 has been using soap witi *« »tsa a her Pearline * Ko \ v thi /HUH \a ? I ~ a " ulinecessai T- Ifyoi (in ( P ci Was h d . on,t p ut in ? nm, s h Peari S \! \J j me to do the work eas.il) / aiK ' a l° rte - you brim V'/V J Pearline down to the level of soap, whicl /,. / means hard work and rubbing, If you ust enough Pearline, the soap is a needless expense. — to say the least. Use Pearline alone, just as directed, and you'll have the most thoroughly economical washing. Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell vo:\ " "'•» is as good as" or " tho •We « Pearline." IT'S A»»V/ VV GLa V/ FAl.SK—Pearline is never peddled: if your rrncer send you an imitation, be honest— tttui it tact Mr, '' "** ™*» " FOOD -f HEDICINE = BEVERAGE Tonic A Concentrated Extract of Pure Malt and Hop 3 An Appetizer and Invigorant Especially Valuable with Nursing Mothers, Convalescents and persons suffering from Dyspepsia, Insomnia and Nervous Affections Get the Genuine Sold at Drug Stores Only !>lano solos by Misses Sarah Coleman and Ada Storey. The following young people were present: Misses Nina Emery, Vera Morehouse, Angle Holmes, Blossom Vallette, Virginia Rowland. Edith Row land, Sarah Coleman, Ruth Gardner, Emma Claypool, Ada Storey, Miriam OFFICIAL BONDS FILED. The bond 3of John McDonald, city treasurer elect, and W. S. Laeey, olty marshal elect, were filed today. The former is signed hy sureties who qual ify in the sum of $100,000, as follows: P. Mi Green and IS. F. Bali, $15,000 each; 11. G. Bennett, H, H. Markhain, A. K. McQullllng, George H. Bonebrake. M. D. Painter. L. W. Frary and D. 0. Por ter. $10, OOOeaeh. Marshel acey's bond is given in the sum of 125,000, and in signed by P. M. Green, B. F. Ball, H. H. Markham. A. K. McQuilling, George H. Bonebrake, M. D. Painter and Dr. R. J. Mohr. Hall, Alice Markham, Franc Bolt, Altb.a | Meharry, Ethel Randall, Roberts, Lyda Conger, McCllntock, Anna McClintock, Ruth McCllntock, Messrs. Rob Kimble, Mortimer Henderson, Ed Groenendyke, Arthus Dodworth, Fred Roche, Lloyd Macy, Eliaha Eldred, Ray Conger, John Daggett, Don McGilvray, Rob Rowan, Charley Coleman, Roy Macomber, E. O. Hull. TENNIS TOURNAMENT The sml-finals and finals in the tour nament at the Columbia Hill tennis court were played Saturday and re sulted as follows: Welcome beat Rowan two love sets; Way beat Daggett, 6-1, 0-6, 6-:t; McGil vray was sick and therefore defaulted to Way; Welcome beat Faithful, 6-1. S-6. 6-2. The finals between AVay and Welcome will bo played off at the Boyle Heights court in Los Angeles next Saturday. BREVITIES The members of the Friends company spent Sunday at Echo mountain, mak ing a part of the way home afoot for the better enjoyment of the scenery. Mr. snd Mrs. T. P. Pohle are receiv ing congratulations for the birth of a laughter. ! Most of the leading merchants will ; close their doors nil day Wednesday. | The trolley system on East Colorado I street between Fair (looks and Broad- . way was completed this afternoon at :; o'clock and the first Altadena car | made the trio to the B. V. depot. I Mlsh Ada Cogswell will give a tallyho party and supper in Los Angeles Wed- \ nesday. The ladles' euchre club meets Tues day afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. j W. Armstrong, Clfand avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Stanton have re- i turned from Sttntu Barbura. M. O'BHen is a guest In the city for a few days from Santa Monica. (.'has. Fair and wife of San Francisco visited Echo Mountain yesterday. J. McDonald of Columbus, Ohio, died this afternoon at 4 o'clock alter a lin gering illness. He was afflicted With ' consumption. He had been here some ; weeks. Dr. Price's Baking Powder Is a syno nym for purity, strength and perfec tion. INGLEWOOD INGLEWOODi April 20,—Considerable acreage bos been plnnled to corn, and the outlook for a crop is assuring, with plenty of water to irrigate, If no more rains shall come. While Ihe Scarcity | of i-aln will shorten the barley crop, j there is a gdOfi showing for both grain \ and bud. Mr. Freeman is repairing ids I header machine to cut his barley. Several gentlemen were here Sat- | urdsy loking oxer the hotel in the in tefests of the Presbyterian college. ,\i I present tbe building is occupied by the j colonists, and the German Baptist Breth ren bold Sunday-school ami preaching | services in the building Sunday after- i noon. The revoitues of tie., postoffiee are in- j creasing since the new residents ha\e come in. and Postmaster Robblns is fed- j Ing good over it. Mr. Guttgey of Benton county, la., was here last week taking in the merits of | the new settlement, witli a View of locating. I Mr. E. C. Stcdman will begin theerec- . tlon of a new residence on his recent I purchase in -a few days. A visit to the gold fields at Ballona j by your correspondent. last Saturday, enabled him to see the sparkling grains Of gold taken from the black sand. About j one tint of sand per boor is run through the amalgamator, and after a fair test > has beeti made and the results will jus- I tify. larger machinery will be put in \ and thousands of tons of sund will be , Mashed for the yellow metal. That ! gtdd lies in the sand is without doubt, the only question la otic of quantity. AT A VAI.ON AVALQN, April 20.—Five yeilowtall j were caught yesterday ranging In ' tight from fourteen to twenty pounds, ahd several large schools of mackerel i Were seen In t he bay. A. W. Swanfeit and Andrew Swanfelt ; of Los Angeles and J. F. Chamberlln , and K. Shepnrdson of Pasadena went j iishing with Capt. Meltonell. and In two hours landed twenty-four grouper ranging ih weight from three to eight pounds and two One yeilowtall weigh- i ing eighteen and twenty-two pounds re- j spectively. SANTA ANA SANTA ANA, April 20.— The board nf supervisors today accepted the bund of Hulteen & Birgatrom for the building of tho Orange county Jail, the building complete to cost $11,802. Of this $13,4~>~> is for the building and $6347 for cell work, the latter to be done by the Hall Safe and Lock company. County Surveyor Kellogg made a favorable report on the petition of IT. G. Littell and others asking for a drainage ditch in the Balsa known as tho Free man ditch. Thu matter was postponed to May 18. Mrs. Avcrill's literary class was en tertained Saturday afternoon by Mes datnes Crosier and Smart at thu home of the latter. Dr. J. G. Kimball recently came into possession of a relic from Mission San Juan that is a great curiosity, being a spherical ball of solid copper weighing about four pounds. It was taken from the walls of a building being torn down about two years ago. It iH somewhat rough on the surface. For what pur pose it was made is uncertain. The Populists have issued a call for primaries to be held next Saturday tv elect delegates to their county con vention to be held May 2 to elect four lelegates to the state convention. ALIIAMBRA ALHAMBRA. April 20. — The peach md prune crop here will be almost a otal failure. The trees arc very back- ! irafd and begin growing along the butt 1 md larger limbs first. Some orehardlsts thltlK the hot weather in February ■aused the sap to rise and swell the Hlds, and then the cold Weather follow ing injured the buds, and chilled the j tap. The hay crop outlook is fail 1 , but a ittle rain would greatly increase the i field. The reservoirs have been all cleaned ( md put in good condition for the sum- , tner. The orange crop has been pretty well • •leaned up. Mr. Beeman has begun to build a rest- I ience on the Stoneman tract. The funeral of Hon. J. de Baron Shorb ,vas very largely attended. Licensed to Wed Tiie following marriage licenses were issued by the county clerk yesterday: C. L. Bennett, a native of Ohio, aged Hi years, and E. R. Westfall, a native of New York, aged i) 6 years, both residents jf Los Angeles. William O, Moody, a native of Maine, ! iged li) years, and Nellie K. Clay, a na- ] live of Wisconsin, aged 21 years, both residents of Los Angeles. Robert W. Simpson, a native of Eng land, aged 84 years, and Francisco Soto, l native of California, ageil 23 years, both residents of i.os A ngeies. Ernest G. Ruedy. a native of Switzer land, aged 28 years, and a resident of Portland, Ore., and Anna A. Berger, a . native of Ohio, aged 24 years, and a I resident of Los Angeles. Edward Sprague Levitt, a native of ; w - lb . ;nstn, aged 19 years, and Editli May "AbrH. lF - ;i native of New York, i Igeli IS yearfj both residents of Los i Angeles. The finest wedding I toucenionts either printed Of i •easonable prices, furnished by If. >». liSe arid BfO., 140 North Spring street. ] Warship Philadelphia ■\t San Pedro during Fiesta Week. W. j f.Co. 8 steamers will convey passengers to and fro. Take regular trains to .-tan i t'odro. Passengers for Catallna island j lesiring i" sec the warship Phlladi I- ' ihla can do so without extra charge by ahitlg morning So. Pac. or Terminal ' rains to San Pedro. CSrSlfira Island Excursion Next Saturday, April 2«tb. tiises four lours at tiie Island. Special leaves 8. ; P. Arcade depot SiOO a.m., returning \ lame day 7:iio p.m. They Passed Th,. members of the training class of the Los Angeles public library who passed the final examination are Mis" Mamie Bennett. .Miss Christine Clark. Mies Mac Blahohard.Mlso Jessie Young, Miss May Keoch. Two Chinamen Ouarrel Ah Yoo. a Chinese vegetable peddler, ■ume to police headquarters yesterday ifternooii for medical treatment. lie md another celestial engaged In tho name business became involved hi a llspUte over in East Los Angeles ami You was nit on the nead with a stone, esulting tn bis sculp being laid open. He was patched no and 'eft. swearing ,'engeance upon bis assailant i Positively the Last Week —OF— lUMIIIS AND GUT PRICES li YES TESTED t-REE BY DK>S. THOMPSON & KYTE Dr. 1 howpwin grndiirt te ot Foster Option I Col Itosiu'i; lir Kytc, uradmito Cliicauo Opth&liiitc College, Chicago, Hers are a few of our prices 80*111 r,old KrnmcF, warttnted sulUl Best < t Mia liy Steel or Nickel ; l-'iumes, nil sty es ! Aluminum Ir a mes, very lltfllt, never -y — i lartiUll or rust • AUov i good imitation kkiu -ymm of en sold fur (fold • Colored (lla's-os ii eluding t'rnmes — g protect your eyes • rtrtt (jua ity Lpnaol, per pair ¥ Plopfefl;' tilted. 1 • %J U Give us h trial. Open a. in io 9p. m. i BOSTON OPTICAL PH IN V 228 VV. Second ?t. Bet. Sp.riua ami Pnmtbvny. Bfftiten oflttce 612 Ktiili BCreet, Sen bipao. AND STILL THEY / COME V Its quality makes / it fit for the silk-be / tiled 40!); its price paces it v.ithin the reach of all. rou thr A line, pure, fragrant NATURAL TO THB 1-I.AVOR HAVANA CIGAR, hand-madeand of strictly uniform MANTELL La Fiesta Everything Goes Cheap for Cash This Week. See some of our prices in show window. I THOMAS BROS., 230 S. Spring St. ESS* manhoos bestoredss BKttl SBBf •"""» a) tlon ol a famous If rench physician, will quickly cure you of all ncr ■ fi, F\ Wf* *f y.iua or diseases of the generative! organs, such ns Lost Manhood, ■ iCAI V* j„,, im ,.la. I'iiliis In the Biirk.Bemhial Bmlselons. Nervous Debility, B) 1 iaPaV . <SMaV Cimnlo*, Unfitness to Marry", Exhausting Drains, Varicocele and H >, V "TB Cenatlsatloa. nstopsall losw» bynay or night Prevents onk-k- B v y v.. / nf «• ef d'-clmw. which if notchecited leads to ripennatorrhoi* a»4 fLrrXor Sll BSFJEFORE aho AFTEH tfdneysand the mtnaryontansoialllinpurluea. V .^r. "Jfir ni-v f c eiilv Itniiwn rented* to cure without an operation. SOOOtesllnioni. !W Written if six boxes dors not effect a perinaueut cure. ?!%, A h« rtxißwKl, by i"-il. Ttona fnr FBMclrailarawl testimonials, ' " bnvwwr awflO nw*fln*a «., n uveiicUon. caL For Sale OI F ,t VAUtIHN, NE. corner Fourth and Spring Streets. financial STATE LOAN & TRUST COMPANY OF LOS ANGELES CHPITRL PAIO \JF> IM COLD COIN $500,000 A General Banking Business Transacted Interest paid on time deposits, we on ns trmfeee,, guardians, admlnlstratora, eta. Safe Deposit BOM'S for Rent. niHViCTOHH AND OFFICERS ___„ , ~ - •,1 J. WCJOI.hACOTT. i'resld.'lit; .1. F. IVWELL. First Viee-Preaidoat; WABBBW OILMBLBB. secun i Vlee-Prudent; JOHN w. A OFF, (-ashler: M B LEWIS, Assistant Cashier; OEOBOB H BOXBBRAKH. K. F. fOltTl.lt, F. C. HOWES, It. H. HOWELL, P. M, OHEEN, W. 9. OARUXI'.R. I'ATX. THF/NAI iONAL BANK OF CALIFORNIA i AT 10) ANGKI EP Caniial ana Fronts $270,000.00 I, DIRECTORS OIFICERS J. M. C. MARBLE, O. H. CHCRCBILU .1 tt, C, "Attrll,!! President , t) t. JOHNSON, JOHN WOLFBKILL. o. if t llfltrilil.L Vice-President NELSON STORY, UEORGB IRVINE, II M. LUIZ Vice-Preeld in N , w. STOWEI.L, E. F. C. KLOKKE, A HAUt.KY Oasli or |Uy. 8. DE VAN. M. H. SHEBMAH, JOSEPH U KAIiFORIi Assistant Cashier ■! Fjjto 0- jotfNSON, T. K. NEW UN, U. I. KotiERS Assistant Cashier || A , HADLEf O&DatVt AND LAItOEST BANK IN SOCTnERN CALIFORNIA. Farmers' and merchants' Bank of Los Angeles, Cal. Capital Paid Up, $500,000. Surplus and Reserve, $820,000 r W RKLTATAX President' II W HELLMAN, Vice-President: H. J. FLEISHMAN, Ca»hler; li. II ii IM A NX,' Assistaiit't nsli ier. Dlroctorslw 11. PKBKV. O W. CHILDS. J F. FRANCnA Cli I 111 At, I.W. 11KI.I.M\X. JR., It. W. HELLMAN, A. ULASSEL, T. L. DUQUE, I. MT. Special Department, Correspondence Invited. Bale Deposit BoxoaKar Bent Merchants' Natiana! Bank or Los AltUBtM XAUK At BLOCK ST. L. BRAVES., FtesMent William I. BOSBY SHELL Vlce-l'resUli nt C. N. I'l.lX I' CnHhl?r w. il liui.MlM V Assistant Cashier Capital, liulil In (fohl coin *s»v»i surplus Andlutomvlded profits Bi*<R; Authorized capital 50J.0JJ 1)1 ItECtoBS L. X. Brent, H. 'f. Xewell, William n. Arere, Silas Hoffman, w, II Kollldar, VVnt, F, Bosbjr. Bie-ii. \V, 1,. craves. Frank Aadcr, D, Rernloic, Tuoiuas tOds, ii. l*. uoatoyaueiL CAPITAL PAID IN £23,600 223 I, Spring St., LOS ANGEL'iS, CAL. O'r-fCCPS >sc niRfGTORF V. VV. Stiinoop Vk'ta. Fcrqitccn V. E. McVatj ! t'r-.r. Vi;t. I'tct CaUner C. G Horrieon B. Hi Mott R, M. BdUer A. X, Pomerou S. A. Butler INTEREST PAID ON DTP^SITS MAIN STRKRT SAVINGS V.KSK ANT) THUS I' COMPANY Junction of Main, Spring and Templo sis. (Temple liiock), Ljs Angelesi Capital pnl«J up ifhm.oott Ufncefi an I T. 1,. UuQUe Prenidßßt| I. N. Van Nnyßi Vie* President j J V. WcichtaL Cashlrr; H.W. Hellman, Kaspars Conn, a. w, O'Meivony. J. JV Lauk»rs!.itu, O. T. Johnson, Aba Haas, W.O. Kerekhott. Money loaned on real estate. Five per ceuv interest paid un term deposits. * I KIIMAN-AMKHU'AX SAVIMiS HANK, V$ Cor. Main and Viral Sis., Los Angles, Cal. Paid up capital |1W,«» in siirpiiw an t undivided profits IM M Viator Ponet, L.W. Bllnn, Viral Vtra President | C N. flint. Second Vice President; M , N. Avery, CasUleri r» c Stchurauker. Assistant cathin-. ' Direct 9r*—pr. ilosepl. Kurt/. 1., w. ltlinit. Hd«o y.nher. V. n. rum. M. W, stoil. m. \. A Very, p. Urodc, Ylrto.- I'oiut, !. A. Loihiati, Emanuel Uyraud, h.terasl allowed on deposits. Money loaned on real estatn SENOURS FLOOR PAINT A Paint for Floors U. R. BOWERS & SON? 451 S. Spring 3 OP LOS ANGELES. Capital slock eioe.ane Surplus nnd undivided proflta over.. 230,000 J. M. EI.UnTT. President. W. ii. Kiiltc'KlloFF, V. Presldeot. Ii'KA.N X A . OIBBON. Cashier. O. B. MIAFFKK, AMI CSsUtB DIRECTORS: J M. Elliott. J. D. fllcknel), V. Q. story, 11. Jevne, J. D. Hooter 1 W. C. I'atteraea, Wm. a. Kerckhoff. No public funds or other preferred deposits te> relvea by Ibis bunk. ANGELES NATIONAL BANK. United States Depository. Capital iwoooe surplus «,3» total .|M2,SOS OFOROIi 11. BONEBRAKE Presides* WARRIiN otLLEI.EN Vice FresldeS F. c. how lie Cashier li. w. col. Assistant Caahlaf DIRECTORS: Oeorge M. Ilonehrake. "Warren Glllelen. P. M. (!rceu, Charles A. Marrlner, W. C. Brown. A. w. Francisco. K. I*. Julinsoo.M. T. Allen, !'.( . Howes. Tin.', bunk has no deposits of either the county or rlty ireusiu-or. cr.ii therefore no preferred creditors. ANQfiLM 9AVr»OB bxni: 230 N. Main st. J E. Pinter, Pres. H. W. Rellnsaa, T. Plea, W. SI. Caswell, Oaohler. Il reclors-l. W. Hellman, J. B. Plater. H. W. Bellman. I. W. Hellman, jr.! W. lit. Caswell Interest paid on deposits, iConer ta lea* eat Base* ela*s real estate.