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IMPORTANT NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS While THE HERAL D'S out ot town serv/ce is nearly perfect. It Is neces sary to remove an agent or carrier occasionally. In some instances such agents and carriers refuse to turn) over to their successors the names and addresses of their patrons. Sub' scrlbers who fall to receive their pa' per will confer a special favor and asure regular delivery by sending their names and addresses to tha publishers. NEWS NOTES FROM PASADENA Meeting of the Rose Tourna ment Association NEW OFFICERS ARE ELECTED The Fete Will Be Repeated on New Year's Day Prea Silver Meeting at Lamanda Park-Bur glars Still Rampant—Political, Perian al and News Brevities PASADENA, Sept. B.—The annual meeting of the Tournament of Roses as sociation was.held yesterday afternoon In the rooms of the board of trade. Pres ident Steams presided and Theodore Colemen acted as secretary In the ab sence of H. R. Hertel. The minutes were read and the committee on by-laws, Messrs. Steams, Torrance, Daggett, Stewart and Coleman, reported, and' the report was taken up a section at a time and adopted with some amend ments. In the by-laws the organization is named the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association. Its object is the giv ing of a tournament on \ & first day of each year as planned originally by the Valley Hunt club. The Initiation fee Is fixed at $5 and the directors may estab lish dues as they see fit. All business Is placed in the hands of a board of nine directors in addition to the regular offi cers. The annual meetings shall be held on the first Monday In September of each year. The following officers were, elected for the ensuing year: President, Edwin Steams; first vice president, J. S. Torrance; second vice president, Calvin Hartwell; secretary, H. R. Hertel; treasurer, P. M. Green; directors, Edwin Steams, J. S. Tor rance, Calvin Hartwell, H. R. Hertel, P. M. Green, M. H. Weight, C. C. Brown, John McDonald, J. H. Adams,, SILVER MEETING There was a rousing meeting at La manda Park lost evening of free sliver men, and the Lamanda Park Bryan club was organized for the campaign. The affair was managed by Messrs. Joseph and Walter Simons, Fred Wheeler, C. F. Harris and Charles Frlnz, and as a starter over fifty ne.mes were enrolled on the list during the evening. E. A. Boaine was cnosen president and he, Mr. Simons and the new president,, Mr. Bonlne, made speeches. The next meet ing will be held at rite same place a week from last night, Monday. MORE BURGLARY. J. Schwerkert, a butcher of Lamanda Park, Is mourinlng losses by burglars last Saturday night. Some one entered the shop late in the night and secured about $6.50 In cash. The officers are looking for a certain party whom they have reason to suspect. BREVITIES. A game of baseball will be played at the bicycle track grounds tomorrow afternoon between the McKinley club, colored, and the regular Pasadena club, white. Carrol, the catcher of the Los Angeles Trllbys, will stand behind the bat for the McKlnleys. The Lady Maccabees will give an en tertainment Monday evening In Rich ardson's hall which will be in the nature of a political reception. The hall will be decorated with national colors and the visitors will be expected to wear some thing evidencing their political views. Messrs. Gardener & Webster have re ceived the news from Ban Francisco that their stock of assigned goods has been sold for $14,000, which Is something less than 60 cents on the dollar. The regular weekly meeting of the Bryan club will he held tomorrow even ing in the headquarters In the Wooster block, when the speakers of the evening will be Joseph Simons of this city and D. K. Trask of Los Angeles. W. S. Windham, James H. Adams, Dr. J. T. Parker and others are planning a wagon excursion to Bear valley. They propose starting next Monday and will likely remain until all the bears are killed or frightened away. The officers of the local C. E. societies held a business meeting Sunday evening when chairmen were appointed for the committee on arrangements for the com ing convention next November. The appointees were A. L. Hamilton, finance; C. C. MonUort, recaption; C. C. Rey nolds, entertainment;'Wm. Campbell, decoration; W. L. Jones, badges; S. M. Allen, press. The Klng'sDaughters will meet with Miss Mayo, 147 Franklin avenue, be tween 2 and 5 next Wednesday after noon. , A large number of people enjoyed the supper served by the Salvation army last evening in Williams' hall. Tonight the speaker of the evening was G. A. Gibbs. The friends of Charles H. Wilson, the oolored man whose house was burned some time ago, have collected and hand ed to him about $20 In cash and clothing. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Armstrong are re ceiving congratulations for the birth of a daughter last Sunday. G. C. HiCo on of this city has traded a piece of property in Cincinnati for a ranch of fifty acres in Orange county, with a consideration In cosh. I. J. Reynolds has gone to Epworth for an outing of a few weeks. Mr. J. Adams of North Madison is the father of Mr. Adams who is at present running for the office of governor of Colorado on the DenMcr&tic ticket. Frank Pinney is aljout agajniuiter an Illness of some weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Spauldlng and Mr. and Mrs. Hatch returned today from their trip to Alaska. Dr E. J. Beach of Worcester avenu.i leaves about themiddle of the month for an extended eastern trip. Judge Shaw of the superior court was among visitors In the ..city today, the guest of G. A. Gibbs. LONG BEACH Incresae In Silver Club riembsrehlp-A nits netting Saturday LONG BEACH, Sept. B.—The Bryan Silver club had one of the beat meetings it has yet held at its quarters la Sanitar ium hall Monday evening. Sixty-one new names wars added to the roll of membership since the last meeting, and besides some twenty odd have declared their Intention of voting for silver, but who, for reasons of their own, did not care to have their names show on the list. The new registration credits Long Beach city with 328 voters, and the other township precinct. Cerritos, with 183, making 511 in all, the most of whom are for Bryan, equal rights and silver, and they don't care who knows It. Judge W. T. Kendrick called the meeting to order and introduced Dr. M. A. Sehutz, who told in a taking little speech why he was a sliver man. Prof. Manley of Los Angeles, who Is passing the summer here, was the speaker of the evening. The gentle man gave a historical resume of the finances of the world, and the conspic uous and Indispensable part always al loted to sliver In the money systems of the nations. His speech was full of matter for reflection and was so weight ed with proofs as to carry conviction with it. He quoted extensively from Bishop Walsh of Ireland, President Diaz of Mexico and Congressman Judge Mc- Gulre of California, all distinguished lights and authorities on the economic finances, and all strong advocates of the equal use of silver with gold In the mon eys of the nation. Saturday night there will be-a grand rally and mass meeting of the friends of silver at the tabernacle. Ex-Mayor Honest Harry Hazard and Judge Utley from Los Angeles will be dflwn to ad dress the citizens. The Long Beach band will be out. The meeting will be under the auspices of the Long Beach Township Silver club, and will be pre sided over by the Hon. H. C. Dillon. SANTA CATALINA The Excursion Steamers Still Bringing Visit ors—Amusements Provided AVALON, Sept. B.—The last evening's steamer brought In a large number of visitors. The pavilion is crowded night ly with dancers nnd those listening to the concert. The Catalina Marine or chestra has played some excellent music this summer, and Mr. Charles A. Jones, the leader, has done himself proud, In working the orchestra up to its present high standard. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hillard and Mrs. Westfall are located in a cottage tent, among a forest of trees, on Sumner avenue. D. B. Wilson of San Francisco Is at the Metropole. Mr. D. Duycklnck, with Mexican Joe as boatman, hauled In four fine yellow tall with rod and reel. Mr. and Mrs. A. Salisbury arc here located In a cottage. Mr. Salis bury brought In a catch of three large yellowtall. P. G. Wooster and family are located in their Island Home cottage. Mr. H. R. Mann of San Francisco is registered at the Metropole. Mr. Willis Van Devanter of Cheyenne, Wyo„ landed a string of Ash containing almost every variety found in Cut alma waters.. The sunsets are very beautiful here, especially the reflection of the sun light upon the mountains and clouds of the main la*nd, where the colors of the rainbow aye blended. Among the Grand View arrivals are Cajitaln Charles P. Low, Santa Bar bara; A. M. Merwln, W. B. Merwln, Pasadena. ■ A goat hunt to Middle "ranch, which lies about fifteen miles from Avalon, was participated in by Fred Stttntm, Mortimer Henderson, George Merrill, and Will Donnell. Each procured his line pair of horns and skin. Mr. A. E. Manly was the major domo and'looked the true mountaineer, mounted on the burro Flying jib. The Nellie has returned from a trip to Long Beach. Those aboard were Captain and Mrs. Frank A. Whlttley, A. Jiyers, L. M. Nichols, F. L. Keenan. Louis llusse, and Hurry Thorns. She made the trip in one hour and forty minutes. W. M. Speyer is registered at theMet ropole from San Francisco. The Glcnmore arrivals are John Sun thoff, A. W. Shepard, Ray Shepard, A. Armstrong. Mrs. F. Radenracher, Mrs, C. G. Andus, Miss M. Cowan, Mrs. J. L. Morrison, Mrs. J. C. Terry, W. A. Hartley, W. H. Stewart, C. H. Blshbp, Donald G. Bishop, Mrs. A. G. Bishop Miss Ellen D. Rogers, Nerman D. Bish op, Los Angeles. * Mr. George C. Pratt of San Rafael, landed a twenty-six and a twelve pound yellowtlal with rod and rteel. L. W. Godln, Mr. Pratt and E. P. Bos hyshell, with Harry Elms as boatman, brought in a catch of sixteen fish. One yellowtall weighed thirty-one pounds. Mr. A. B. Chappelle caught a hammer head shark which measured eight feet and eight Inches long and weighed 215 pounds. A pilot fish about four inches long was attached to him. Mr. F. C. Howes, cashier of the Los Angeles National bank, with his daugh ter, Miss Clara Howes, were visitors Sunday. The Pasedana hotel arrivals are A. G. Cooper, San Francisco; Mrs. A. Sulli van, A. J. Downs, C. C. Brlggs, Mrs M. F. Baker, Mrs. A. G. Hutchlns, Mrs. C. H. Bosbyshell, W. G. Waltz, Louis and Adella Stair, Lyon Stair, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ahrens and daughter Louise, Miss Bennett, L. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs,. R. J. Douglass, Los Angeles; N. J. Pico, Fernando; Miss Mary Henlcel, Pueblo, Col.; Mr. and Mrs. V. Harshberger, Newhall. Those taking the trip to the Isthmus on the fast steam yacht La Paloma and stage trip to the Little Harbor hotel were Miss Nellie Piatt. Miss A. Dorr, Los Angeles; Mrs. C. G. Lopiz, San Gabriel: A. F. Moreno, Miss D. Dorr, C. W. Jargstorff. Dr. J. C. Parr, C. W. Chase, Mrs. J. Parr,-"Mr. and Mrs. J. Hutchlns, R. Edgar, Los Angeles; V C, Harvey, New York; Carmecita Lopez, C. R. Pierce, Pasadena. SANTA ANA The Republican Clans (lather In Convention. Nominations Mads SANTA ANA, Sept. B—The city Is alive today on account of the gathering to the Republican county convention, which assembled In Neill's hall, and was promptly called to order at 10 a. m. by S. M. Craddlck, chairman of the Repub lican central committee. A. Y. Wright of Santa Ana was marie, temporary chairman, and R. Y. Wil liams temporary secretary. Committees of rive each on credentials, order of business and resolutions were appointed. Adjournment was then taken till 1:30 p. m., at which hour the committees re ported. Number of delegates present 126. Temporary organization be made permanent; St. Louis Republican plat form be indorsed and the nominees thereon, also that Senator 'Perklfts be Indorsed, and candidates for assembly and senate be pledged to his support for re-election to the United States senate. A resolution to 'adopt the Crawford county method of primaries waS de feated by a vote of 41 to 66. Z. B. West of Santa Ana and District Attorney John W. Ballard were put iivromlnation for superior judgeship. The first ballot resulted: West 43, Ballard 83. The nom ination, on motion of West, was" made unanimous. Mr. Chinneworth of Anaheim was by acclamation made nominee for ft-sem blyinan. Delegates to senatorial con vention to be held at Newport Wharf on the 26th inst. were chosen. A complete understanding has been reached between the Democrats and Populists of Orange county. The forces will be united on the Democratic nem LOS AiraSXES HEBAIiD: WEDNESDAY MOrrMM, SEPTEMBER <*; 409 C (nee for superior judge and the Populist nominee for assemblyman. It Is also authoritatively stated that a complete nrrnngement for fusion on a senatorial nominee for the district composed of the counties of Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino has been fully perfected. No senatorial candidate by either of the two parties to the fusion has as yet been announced. The McKinley club of Tustln met last evening and voted to Invest in a flag am' a banner. The announcement maie by Mr. Cad dick that Mr. Short ot Fresno cannot fulfill his appointment in Orange county compels the club to secure another or ator for their meeting on the 21st Inst. Arrangements arc being made at Gar den Grove to organize aTSryan and silver club soon. On the evening of the 9th Inst. at Ful lerton. and on the succeeding evening, Thursday, at Buena Park, meetings will be held In the interest of Bryan and sil ver. Hon. V. Montgomery will be pres ent and probably Mr. F. O. Daniels, the two contestants for Democratic nomin ation for superior Judgeship. Mr.Scarbrough of Los Angeles is down on legal business. Frank S. Vojk, from San Bernardino, Is In here in search of business In the fruit line. B. F. Hall and wife are back from Long Beach much refreshed by their sojourn. SAN BERNARDINO Democrats end Populists Agree to Fu»e-Poi- Itlcal and Personal SAN BERNARDINO, Sept. B.—Since the Democrats and Populists have de cided on fusion it now remains to fill the places. On the Populist side of the house, J. B. Stuart Is prominently men tioned for state senator, with no one as yet mentioned to oppose him in the con vention. As to assemblyman. Jack Blair of, San Bernardino, W. D. Steph ' ens and W. P. Rogers of Highland are mentioned. While Messrs. Blair and Stephens are not avowed candidates, they will make the fight if the nomina tion falls to them. In the contest for Judge the fight before the convention will be between A. B. Paris, George B. Cole and W. J. Curtis. As to supervi sors, announcements have not yet been made. From the desert portion it Is thought that «T. H. West of The Needles will have no opposition. In all, the fu sion gives general satisfaction. J. W. McVlcon of Corona, M. L. Mor row and George Branch of San Bernav dino have left on a prospecting tour of two months. They will confine their operations to In and about Galen. The Bryan meeting at Yuciapa was a grand success. In the dlatrict there are only sixty votes and fifty-seven have come out for Bryan. Box 41 turned in an alarm of fire last night at'7:ls. The fire was on the cor ner of H and Ninth streets, being the pretty little cottage of Ben Merria. The fire was caused by a lamp exploding. Mr. MeiTls was badly bUrned while try irig to save a trunk containing vafua blas. There was $500 Insurance. Dr. A. Thompson, superintendent of the county hospital has been granted a leave of absence for ten days. The board of supervisors has set aside the following sums for the extermina tion of rabblte: Grapeland, $35; Mount View. 136; Etlwanda, $35; Bloomington, ■510; Cucamonga, $35. In the matter of purchasing certain real estate adjoining and to the east of the hospital grounds the board of su pervisors has resolved to buy. Frank West, who was charged with embezzling some hardware from C. M. Mettler, has balled himself out, putting up a $700 cash bail. John Worthlngton, who walked In from Holcomb valley on Sunday, was overcome by heat and Is now quite ill from the effects. Big meetings were held last evening at Highland and Rlalto. Speakers from the Bryan club of this city attended the meetings. C. A. Puffer of Mound City left Mon day on a visit to Talmage. Neb. J. G. Davis of Mound City left today for Brooklyn for three months. RIVERA Depot Buildings Burned -ft ost el the Contents. Srved RIVERA, Sept. B.—Yesterday about 1:30 p.m. the depot was discovered to be on Are and In less than an hour It was a mass of smouldering ruins, . Fortu nately quite a number of men were available and they did most effective work in removing goods and saving the adjacent saloon building. The walnut association had 11,250 sacks in the depot valued at about $1500. Happily the greater part of these were In the packing house at the east end. and were rolled out and saved. A lot of new desks for the schooUhouse which oame Saturday morning were entirely consumed and wHI be quite a loss to the district. The orange association lost about $175 in boxes. Agent Tomklns, with assistance, succeeded In saving his express matter, books, papers, press, etc. There was very little freight left in the depot. The- Walnut association loses about $3000 in sacks, twine, sten cils, etc. The Rivera depot was considered the handsomest on the line between Los Angeles and San Diego and though very commodious, was not large enough for the business of the place, particularly during the walnut shipping season, which will soon be upon us. It Is believ ed that the railroad company will soon have In its place a new depot, and one amply sufficient for all needs. CARPINTERIA CARPENTERIA, Bept. B.—Mr. and Mrs. Thomas George of Santa Barbara are visiting Dr. and Mrs. Marquis. The ladies of the M. E. church South will serve a turkey at the church Sat urday from 12 m. to 8 p.m. All are In vited. . Miss Bateman of San Francisco is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. F. L. Bells. The bean crop in Carpenteria is most ly all cut. The AloatrazAsphalt company is ship ping a number of carloads of asphalt paving material to New York city. . District Attorney A. A. Ogesby spent Sunday In Carpenteria. His health has improved of late. POMONA " """" An Ignorant Miscreant Attempts to Wreck a Train—Notea POMONA, Sept. B.—An attempt was made to wreck a Southern Pacific train lc this city last night by a half-drunken fellow named Jack Huff. Huff placed a heavy board across the White avenue crossing of the road, when Deputy Sheriff Blanker discovered him at his work and accosted him, asking Huff what he was doing. Huff made reply that he was going to wreck a Southern Pacific train. Blanker attempted to ar rest him and Huff took to flight, running over Into a nearby prune orchard and telling Slanker that If he came any near er he would bore a hole In him. Slanker kept gradually edging over to Huff with a concealed club,and,when near enough, swung 'it around, striking Huff across the head, and laying him low. He the:' took Huff into custody and the trial was conducted before Justice Barnes today, his sentence being a fine of $125 of 125 days in tha county Jail. I Prof, and Mrs. J. C. Storment have the | sympathy of the community in the 105.3 | of their only son at the age of one year who died yrsterday. The funeral was j held this afternoon at 3 ocloek from the Methodist church, the Rev. B. C. Corey conducting the services. A large nuTibei\of local wheelmen nre going to Riverside tomorrow to attend the wheel races. Major Draper.a former resident of this ilace, but now of Los Angeles, Is visit ing here this week. ii Sam de Lapp and wife leave tomorrow for Santa Ana to spend two weeks with friends. The overland from the east was three hours behind time at the depot today. Wendell Easton and a representative of an English syndicate, who have Just purchased the Chlno ranch, were in this city a short while today en route to the ranch place. Many wheelmen from Los Angeles and other points passed through here today en route to Riverside to attend the races there tomorrow. San Antonio canyon, which has beeta such a popular resort this summer, is now nearly depopulated. Most of the campers have returned, home. REDONDO Prominent Young People United In rtarrlage. Notes and Personals REDONDO, Sept B.—Dr. Frank Rea Henry and Miss Cora Belle Slmonds of Dayton, Ohio, were united In marriage by the Rev. N. H. G. Fife of Pasadena at high noon today in the parlors of the Hotel Redondo. The wedding was a quiet affair, only the bride's parents and a few friends being present. The hotel parlors never looked more beautiful than they did today with their dainty decorations of smllax and pink carna tions. The mantel was draped with graceful festoons of smllax and banked with pink, and the same effective scheme was carried out artistically throughout the spacious apartments, lfi the large bow window where the cer emony was performed a pretty back- | ground of potted palms and tropical plants formed a fit setting for the beau tiful yet simple array of pink carna tions and smllax. The happy twain stood under a large wedding bell of white carnations. Miss Edith Slmonds, the bride's sister, acted as bridesmaid, and Harry Rea Callender was best man. After the ceremony the wedding party repaired to the dining-room, where a sumptuous breakfast was served. The tables were radiant with La France roses and carnations. After receiving the hearty good wishes of their friends, the newly-wedded couple took the af ternoon train for their future home fn Dayton, Ohio. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Slmonds, Miss Edith Sl monds. Mrs. Collender, Mr. and Mrs. Hutchlns, Col. and Mrs. J. O. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. William Pridham, Mr. ami Mrs. Percy Schumacher, Mmes. Whit son Oakley, Crank, Fife, R. H. Herron, Wallace, Norris and Otis, Misses Bea trice Chandler and Blalteley, Messrs. H. B. Alnsworth, W. R. Norris, Geo. Oti3 and J. P. Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. George Dunn gave n very pleasant party at their home In Redondo last Saturday evening. The time was enjoyably spent with musk and dancing, after which a delicious collation was served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Weddington, Mr. and Mrs. Todd, Minos. Norris and McEwen, Misses Higglrs and Dunn, Messrs. W. Wooley A. Dunn. Al Vincent, Joe Ros sena and W. Wlgle. The steam schooner Protection fin ished discharging her cargo of lumber this morning and set sail for the north. Frank W. Goodbody has become one of the most enthusiastic anglers at the beach. This morning he sallied forth at 5 o'clock and got as his reward a fln" stringr of large mackerel. * A. P. Elliott of Santa Monica was In town today on business. Misses Pearl and Grace Mac Do nald returned to their home In Rivera this afternoon, after a pleasant sojourn of two weeks at the beach. Mrs. Abbott of the Redondo public schools returned from Oakland, where she has been spending her vacation, on the Corona this morning. J. W. Anderson of the Redondo Beach company has returned from his vaca tion. Messrs. J. J. Roach and Jack Hartlgan and the Misses Ella and Margeret Walsh drove over to Compton this af ternoon to attend a party there this, evening. SANTA BARBARA Bonds Voted for Improvement ot the Water System SANTA' BARBARA, Sept. B.—The water bonds at yesterday's election car ried with an overwhelming majority. The election was held under city ordi nances Nos. 296 and 298,providlng for the issuance of $50,000 bonds for the pur pose of creating a watersupply. Total number of votes cast 985; f0r,911: against, 74. This result Insures an abundant suply of fresh water and the constructton of a salt water plant for sprinkling streets I and extinguishine, fires. j Frank Miller was'arraigned in the su perior court yesterday on a charge of abducting Hattie Abner from her home at San Pedro and bringing her to this city, where he endeavored to put her in a house of il»fame. The prisoner was given until the 10th Inst. to plead, and S. E. Crow appointed to ■ defend him. Miller Is the San Francisco butler who enticed a man Into a house and shot him for a burglar. A purty of titty, consisting of thirty members of Santa Barbara parlor No. 116, N. S. G. W., and twenty guests, leave tomorrow for Ventura to attend the grand Admission day celebration under, the auspices of the Native Sons, Native Daughters and Pioneers. VENTURA VENTURA, Sept. B.—(Special Corre spondence.) Miss Ellen Ileech Yaw, ot world-wide fame, is spending a few days with Mrs. Lewis W. Andrews, one of her long-esteemed friends. Miss Edith Rice and sister started for Ann Arbor. Mich., Thursday, where they will attend the University of Mich igan during tin; coining year. The steamorOeorge Loomis loaded her usual cargo of crude oil at the wharf to day. The captain reported unusual in shore currents of Pip-eon point and Point Sur on his last trip to San Francisco. Were It not for his continual use of the lead he says the ship would have been stranded beside the Colombia, the fog was so dense. HUMANE SOCIETY RegularMee.'lnz HaM Yeserdt/y—New Mem ber ol the Board Elrcted The regular monthly meeting of the Humane society was held yesterday af ternoon at 315 West Sixth street,with the follow tag members present: President, Major W. G. Wedemeyer, Dr. AValter Llndley, Chief Glass, Cassatt Davis and Miss Mills. Regular routine work was dispensed with, the following report from Humane Officer Clark presented: Relative to children, 23 cases reported, and 39 children Involved; 2 sent to Or phans' home on Alpine street, 2 found homes for, 1 sent to the asylum, 1 sent to the Ransom home. The other chil dren remain with their parents for the present. Relative to animals, six cases reported at this office, all of which were looked Into and attended to. Two horses were shot; 12 animals have l>een reported to this office that have been turned out to die, and were turned over to the pound to be cured for or sold. Twenty-five persons have been warned against us ing horses with sore shoulders and lame. There were a few cases reported which had no foundation for complaint. In the miscellaneous cases, there were "a number of cases of wayward girls (re ported by different officers), some of whom have beert seen and others are now being looked after. Various matters have been attended to during the post month, In the way of looking after different grading camps and working*teams about the city. Mrs. Thomas Goss was elected by bal lot as a member of the board of direct ors. Since the last meeting a horse and buggy have been purchased by the sicie ty for the use of Officer Clark, $45 of which was eollwted some months ago by a number of benevolent ladies of the city, the balance on the outfit was fur nished by the society. The president was authorized to accept the offer of Dr. Bowers, editor of the California Voice, to furnish slips, the number nor to exoeed 500, for an appeal to the public in Interest of the work: also abridged reports to be furnished by the secretary to send members of the society. Mr. Lee of the committee on applica tion to board of supervisors for allow ance toward the support of the socie ty's officer, reported that they had made and filed in the name of the society a fresh application, to which were at tached the assent of the sheriff to ap point the officer a deputy provided his department should not be responsible for his pay, and the opinion of the dis trict attorney that the board had the legal right and power to make such provision. There was also annexed a condensed report of over twenty cases attended to by the society's officer In th& county outside of the city within the last six months.besides a large num ber of cases reported, but which the so ciety, on account of lack of funds, hal been unable to attend to. The commit tee is promised a hearing by the board before the estimates for the coming year are fixed. Justice Hawkins of the English bench will he 80 years of age In September. , CUBES AND PRF.VBXTS Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat. Influenza, Bron chitis, Pneumonia, Swelling el the Joints, Lumbago, Inflammation, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, FROST BITES, CHILLBLAINS, HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE, ASTHMA, DIFFICULT BREATHING CUKES THE WOrt3T I'A liv ir..m one to twenty minutes. NOV ONis HOUR utter reai Ins this nrtverthcmcnt need any one SUFFEIS WITH PAIS. A halt to a teaspoonful in halt a tumble- o water will in a lew minutes cure Cramps SriHsms, Sour stomach. Heartburn, Nervous ness, Sleeplessness luck Headache, Diarrhoea, by-sentry, Colic, Flatulency, and, all internal pain*. There l-i not a remedial agent in the world that will euro Fever and Ague and all other Malarious, liilious and other levers, sided by RAOWAY'S PILLS, co quickly as WADWAY'S READY RELIEH. 1-lily cents per bottle SoU by Druggists IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE slate of California, in and for the county of Los Angeles. John at. Griffith und Abbot Kinney, plain tiffs, vs. Gustavus Beeeher, administrator of the e3tate of John needier, defeased. Bertha Sanders, H. W. Chase, John S. Grlffln. N. T. Blair. Robert W. Pierce, Will lam H. Pierce, George Hinds, Mrs. M. .1. Wadsworth. Mrs. William Loekwood. F. L. White. A. T. Love. Joseph Schultz, Nell Knudson, H. Solomon. Kmma Solomon, l-luneoek M. Johnston, Mary K. Johnston, Thomas B. Rowan, 11. R. Hanna, Lydla F. Vlckery, Myndert L. Starln, as ad ministrator of the estate of J. C. Vlckery, deceased, C. 11. Beeeher. Fanny L. Guffey, Amenaida R. Moore. First National Bank of Los Angeles, a corporation, I, W. Gard ner, Timothy Horgan, National Bank of California at Los Angeles, a corporation, Kerekhoff-Cuzner Mill and Lumber com pany, a corporation, Henry Netter, W. J<\ Whittler, N. P. Campbell. .1. N. Rogers. M. F.. Rogers, A. McCartney, Ed. Trlng, W. Hayes. M. Harmon. Real Estate Secur ity Investment company, it corporation, C. P. norland. H. E. Wels, A. W. Shumway, H. w, Latham, Catherine McDonnell, John Doe. Richard Roe. and all persons unknown who have or claim any Interest in the prop erty in the complaint in this action de scribed, defendants. Action brought In the superior court of the state of California, in and for the county of Los Angeles, and the complaint tiled in said county of Los Angeles, in the ofllce of the clerk of said superior court. The people of the state of California send greeting to: Gustavus Beeeher. admin istrator of the estate of John Beeeher. de ceased. Bertha. Sanders. H. W. Chase. John S. Griffin, N. T. Blair. Robert W. Pierce, William R. fierce. George Hinds, Mr«. M. ,i. Wadsworth. Mrs. William Lockwood, F. L. White. A. V. Joseph Schultz, Nell Knudson. H. Solomon. Emma Solo mon, Hancock M. Johnston, Mary E. John ston. Thomas F. Rowan. H. R. Harina, Lydla F. Vickerv, Myndert L. Starln. as administrator of the estate of J. C. Vlckery, deceased, C. H. Beecner. Fanny L. Guffey, Amenaida R. Moore. First National Bank of Los Angeles, a corporation. I. W. Gard ner. Timothy Horgan. National Bank of California nt Los Angeles, v corporation, Kerekhoff-Cuzner Mill and Lumber com pany, a corporation. Henry Netter. W. F. Whittler. N. P. Campbell. J. N. Rogers. M. E. Rogers. A. McCartney. Ed. Trlng, W. Hayes. M. Harmon, Real Estate Secur ilv Investment company, a corporation, C. P. Dorland, H. F. Wels, A. W. Shumway H. \V. Latham, Catharine McDonnell, John Poe, Richard Roe and all persons unknown who have or claim any Interest in the propertf/ in the complaint in this action described, defendants. You arc hereby required to appear In an action brought against you by the above named plaintiffs. In the superior court of Ihe state of California. In and for Los An geles county, and to answer the complaint Illed therein within ten days (exclusive ot the day of service! after the service on you of this summons, if seryed within this county: or, if served elsewhere, within thirty days. This action is brought to obtain a Judg ment determining the rlgyfis of the parties in «hls action to the following lots or par cels of land, the same being p.irt of the E:n Hills tract, as per map of said tract re corded in book 11. at pages 3 and 4. Mis cellaneous Records of Los Angeles county, to-wlt: Lots Nos. 2. n. I.'!. 14, 1H and 20, In block A: lots hios. l and 2 In block B: lot No. 15 In block C| lots Nos. S. 8, 11, 12. 13, 14. 17. 19. 20 and 21 in block I): lots t to 13. both inclusive, in block E: lots 1 to 12. both inclusive, in block H: lots 3, 1 and sln block I: lots 1. 2. 10. 17. 25 and 20 in block X: lots Nos. 1. 2 and 3! in block L: lots Nos. 1 to 25. both Inclusive, in block M: lot No. sin block P: lot No. B. in block S: lots Nos. 5, C. 7. 24. 25 and 27 In block T: lots Nos. 5, 0, S. 9, 10 to 24, both inclusive. IS and 2D in block U: also to determine nil liens anil claims of the parties In this action upon the said lots or parcels of land: to foreclose certain contracts of sale respecting cer tain nf sqM lots or parcels of land, and to partition among the "parties lo this action the* said lots of Inridi or 'he pro ceeds thereof, in case a sale for partition shall he adludgcd necessary, as their in terests shall appear, and for costs of suit. Reference is had to complaint for particu lars. 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