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Ban Bernardino officers gather in a Texas train robber.
Tourist travel to Santa Barbara begins early this season.
Pasadena trustees conclude they don't need a bacteriologist
Riverside county property owners paying taxes promptly.
Johannesburg getting ready to celebrate the coming of the railroad.
Twenty-five hundred head of cattle fattening on beet pulp at Chino.
A Riverside county man buncoed by Los Angeles sharpers at Santa
Terminal Island population increases until school privileges become
a necessity.
A pair of Orange county high-sea-marriage elopers get married again
In conventional style.
PASADENA, Nov. 22.—(Regular Cor
respondence.) At the meeting of the
city council this afternoon City Attor
ney Arthur reported that in accordance
With a recently enacted law, regular
specifications would have to be tssuM
for the city lighting contracts for next
year. Next week specifications will be
ordered and the electric road w ill con
tinue to furnish a certain portion of the.
light. Warrants were ordered drawn
for the payment of certificates to the
amount of $457fi.05.
The petition from many citizens, ash
ing that the office of city bacteriologist
be created, was considered and denied,
it being the sentiment of the council that
the need of such an officer was not great
enough to warrant the expense.
A petition was received from property
owners on Cypress avenue between Or
ange Grove avenue and the Terminal
road, asking for the grading of that
Street, was referred to the city attor
ney and the committee on streets and
alleys. Tho petitioners represented a
frontage of 2514 feet out of a total of
8900 feet.
8. W. Hawley asked permission to
erect a corrugated roofed building on
his premises on Little nvenue. The
matter was referred to Trustee Reyn
James Smith was granted the privilege
of erecting a hay track across the side
walk on Fnlon street.
The delayed report of City Recordei
Rosslter for the month of September
Showed $23 In fines collected.
The city attorney was given one
week's more time In which to prepare
specifications for tho advertising for
bids for street lighting.
James Lawier was tried on a charge
of vagrancy today in Justice Merrlam's
court and acquitted. Deputy Constable
Sam Wallls arrested Lawier, who was
suspected of having been the man w ho
entered Clarence Bunnell's house the
other day without knocking. Mrs. Bun
nell counld not Identify him, but Wallls
found that Lawier came under the class
known as hobos. At the trial the p. .lie '
testified to having seen Lawier loafing
about town. Lawier claimed to have
been employed at the Santa Anita ranch,
but the foreman of the ranch testified
that he had never seen Lawier before.
Lawier addressed the Jury, devlarlnf
himself ah American citizen looking for
work. He said that the deputy ■ unsta
ble arrested him simply to make his fe,..
Lawier made a very able defense, The
Jury was composed of W. B, Loughery,
B. Brown, Henry Black, F. p. Lukcns, J.
Horton, James Smith. Tin.s. Grimes, A.
W. Hall. .1. S. Glasscock, C. F. Hamlin,
M. E. Wood and Fred Conont.
James Pegler, Henry Consldlne and
Ray Usher, the vagrants arrested yes
terday by Deputy Constable Frank
Wright, were each given five days i?i
the county jail by Recorder Rosslter to
day. The men pleaded not guilty at first
and demanded jury trials. The recorder,
however, could not try them at once, and
having no means of giving bund th, y
were forced to plead guilty and take
their sentences, as in any case they
would have to languish in jail.
Work on the Terminal's switch to the
Devil's Gate stone quarry '.' ill probably
be begun on or before December Ist.
The switch will be nearly two miles In
length and the work will 1,..- \<-i to con
tractors about next week. The route
Will be from above the Terminal pump
house, near Devil's Gate, t.. and along
the arroyo brink into Millard canyon,
from whence stone will be taken out to
be put on the Los Angel s river levees
before the winter rains come on.
The Los Angeles and Pasadena Elec
tric company has had seme thought of
extending its line westward to orange
Grove avenue, thus securing the travel
which is at present done by 'bus. The
old injunction of the Terminal, forbid
ding the cropping of the latter's track on
East Colorado street, prevents the ex
Henrique Indlyda, a nine-year-old
Mexican boy, son of Dolores Q„ of Mad
eline drive, was thrown from his horse
this morning and two bones of his wrist
were broken. The accident occurred In
front of the electric power house, on
South Fair Oaks avenue.. A dog fright
ened Henrique's horse. The electric
people put tho boy on a car and sent
him to the company's surgeon, Dr.
The Pasadena Fruit Growers' associa
tion will build a substantial frame ware
house on the west side of the Santa Fe
track, so that fruit t an be loaded directly
Into the car. The association failed to
secure tho Willamette Lumber compa
ny's building for the warehouse.
Mls3 Carter entertained the Monday
Afternoon club this afternoon at her
home on the corner of Hill avenue and
Mountain street. In response to roll
call each member gave a short talk on
tho Indies. Mrs. A. Stout read a paper
on "The Plains of Iran and Provinces,V
and Mrs. A. H. Conger on "The Pun-
Jab." Those present were Mesdames H.
I. Stuart, C. 1). Sargent, Stanton. A. H.
Conger. 11. G. Bennett. 11. M. Gabriel,
J. J. Bloocker, E. E. Jones. F. R. Har
ris. O. A. Glbbs, A. Stout. The next
meeting will lie held two weeks from
today at the home of Mrs. H. M. Gabriel
on North Raymond avenue.
A petition for the macadamising of
Colorado street between Pasadena ave
nue and the west line of the asphalt
pavement is being circulated among
property owners.
One of tlte little children of George 11.
Parson of 3111 Winona avenue is ill with
Throop Polytechnic will be repre
sented by a coach in the Tournament of
Hoses parade.
Ensign and Mrs. W. I. Pay of the Sal
vation Army will leave shortly for San
Francisco, where Ensign Day will join
the editorial force of the California War j
Cry. !
Mrs. and Miss Stone of North Euclid'
avenue leave tomorrow for Chicago.
Mr. 11. L. Story arrived home from
Europe today.
Mr. and Mrs. Leßoy Leonard have re
turned from their wedding trip.
Tho Misses Gardner left today upon a
visit in Oakland,
Dr. T. S. Greene is confined to his home
by illness.
William Stanton is expected home
from the east tomorrow.
SANTA MONICA, Nov. 22.—(Regular
Correspondence.) Hills to the amount of
$340.56 were ordered paid at today's
meeting of the board of trustees.
The city attorney informed the board
that In a few days the strip of land 480
' feet long, from the Crystal plunge south,
would be deeded to the city for park:
The lire and water committee was an- 1
thorlxed to employ ; , man at a salary of
$10 monthlj to take ca re of the lire alarm j
£)r. J. J. Place, the city's health officer,
recommended that some sort of a receiv
ing hospital be established, the cost of
which would probably not exceed STr..
The matter was referred to the sanitary
commute., to report at next meeting.
City Attorney Tanner was Instructed
to ascertain the amount necessay tor
the city to deposit in court to cover dam
ages, etc, in the out-fall sewer condem
nation suit, to allow- the city to proceed
in the construction of the sewer while
the suit Is pending In the courts.
Trustee Carlllo is very mu< h in favor
of improving Linda Vista park, and
there was much discussion of the sub
ject. Tin- subject ..)■ terracing the bluff
received a good share of the attention of
the trustees, and Carrlllo suggested that
the city bond the town to raise the
money for that purpos ■ if a sufficient
sum could not be secured otherwise. The
matter was referri d to the finance , ..m
--mlttee to report at the next meeting,
in tho opening of the meeting the po
lice committee advised th.- discontinu
ance of the day policeman, and It was
so ordered, but later in the afternoon,
before th- meeting adjourned, the ~nic
er in question, W. E. Webb, saved his
job fur himself by arresting three bunco
men. He was reinstated.
The board will hold an adjourned
meeting tomorrow afternoon at 2:80
o'clock to receive the report of Engine, r
Eaton concerning sewer details.
A. A. Curtis of Beaumont, Riverside
county, was buncoed out of $20 this af
ternoon by three sharpers from Los
Angeles. They escorted him out to the
beach, near Montana avenue, where tic
old, old game was played. Hut the
fakirs were rounded up by Officer Webb,
and when searched $150 in money, v
diamond stud, gold watches and' a
knock-out apparatus were taken from
them. The knock-out arrangement is
an imitation cigar, which can be open. d.
in the center of which is a via] contain
ing a liquid witli which to put a victim
to sleep. One of the men—Ham. s he
. alls himself—met his victim on Spring
street, Los Angeles, and brought him to
Santa Monica to see a man who had a
large tract of land which be desired to
sell cheap. After arriving here the same
old game was. worked, and Curtis soon
found himself minus bis money. How
ever, he has had $20 worth ot experience,
and the confidence men w Hi probably get
part of their deserts anyhow.
A thug attempted to hold up Sam Gripe
last night near bridge No. 2. Cripe had
spent the evening on this side of town,
and when returning to Ids home on the
south lid.- li.- was attacked. He assured
the would-be thief that he bail nothing
on his person of value, when he was as
sauHed by the „,an. They had quite a
tussle, the thug c vidently getting the;
worst of it. as he broke away and ran.
Mrs. M. Walker and daughter wore
given a farewell party at Hotel Jackson
last evening, previous to their depart
ure, on tbe Ist of December, for Los
Angeles, which in future will be their
Thomas Lewis, George R. Green, C.
J. Fredericks and E. C. Shetler left Sat- i
1 unlay for a fortnight* prospecting In
the neighborhood of old Baldy.
AZITSA, Nov. it—(Regular Corres
pondence.) The charter members of
tho new lodge of Workmen expect to
have the organization established and In
working order by the first of December.
Where the new order will find a home Is
not, perhaps, yet determined, but will
doubtless locate In the Odd Fellows' hall.
Miss Alice Carter has returned from
Los Angeles after spending a week with
her sister, Mrs. A. L. Haley, nnd other
Union Thanksgiving services nt the
Baptist church at 10:,10 o'clock. The ser
mon will be preached by Rev, Basil
Newton of the Methodist church.
A union temperance meeting will be
held nt tho Fresbytorian church on Sun
day evening, Nov. IS. The principal nd
dress will be made by tho Baptist min
J. F Hanes Is rapidly coming to the
front ns one of the large landholders of
tho valley. Last week he purchased c
10-acre tract of Mrs. Harris, lying just
east of Mr. Gatton'S, for $1600 cash. It
will be planted to navel oranges this
winter, giving tho owner 30 acres In that
Immediate neighborhood, all set to
Rev. T. R. Evans and family have
moved to Riverside, where they will re
side on their orange ranch. Azusa loses
two of Its most respected people in the
departure of Mr. and Mrs. Evans.
Mrs. Crook entertained last Saturday
in honor of the sixth birthday of her
little daughter Sarah. Among th->
iruests were the twelve little folks and
Mrs. Given, Mrs. Chesebro. Mrs. Chap
j man, Mrs. Stowe'.l and Mrs. Piatt.
On Friday evening tho Charter Oak
I Literary society held its third meeting.
I The house was well tilled, many visitors
from the neighboring towns being pres-
I ■■nt. The following was the program
j Vocal trio. "Woodland Echoes," Misses
Allln and Morris and Mr. Virgil Derrick,
roll call, responded to by quotations
from Whitticr's writings; reading of the
minutes: sketch of the life of J. Green
leat Whlttier by Miss Morris: recitation.
"Barefoot Boy," Ralph Cook: reading.
Mrs. S. A. Stowell; sketch of "Snow
bound." Charles Smart: Vocal duet.
"Starlight," Misses Allln and Morris:
recess. Vocal soio with guitar accom
paniment, Mr. Jessup; drama. "Mrs. Ar
nold's Misconception;" violin solo. Mr.
F. T. Derrick: select reading. Mr. Oiven:
recitation. Elsie Spenser: recitation.
Grace Spenser; vocal solo, Mr. Hawker:
vocal trio, Mr. and Mrs. F. T Derrick
and Virgil Derrick. The society then
adjourned to mci tin three weeks. The
author for the next meeting is James
'Russell Lowell.
MONROVIA, Nov. 22—(Regular Cor
respondence.) The church of this place
will Jtmcl union Thanksgiving services
j in Thursday at the First Baptist church,
beginning at 10:30 a. m. Rev. 1. L.
; Sp.-nc. r. of the Methodist church, will
preach the annual sermon, and special
j music and other appropriate services
will be held.
The regular meeting of the friends of
the free kindergarten in the Baptist
church will be held tomorrow at the
school room nt 2:HO p. m. By order of
To Briggs & Spenee belongs the honor
of shipping the first carload of oranges
this season from Monrovia.
Mr. Gardner, who spent a year In Mon
rovia for the benefit of his health, but re
turned to New York about three months
ago, died on the 4th inst.
Monday evening a jolly party of young
Pasadena peolpe took a straw ride, Mon
rovla being their destination.
Thanksgiving will be observed at the
school Wednesday afternoon by an ap
propriate program. Rev. A. P. Brown
will give an address.
Work is still progressing al the well,
with the 400-foot mark passed two or
three days ago.
Thanksgiving day will be celebrated
nt All Saints church, Duarte. Harvest
ll.n:ie festival and Thanksgiving ser
vice t t at J! oclock in tbe afternoon. Offer
ings of flowers, fruits, vegetables and
plants will be received at the church on
Wednesday afternoon, the day before.
Mrs. Griffith has purchased a house
on Ivy street aril has moved it to hot
property on orange avenue.
J. 11. Benham of Collpa, Vera Cruz.
Mexico, is here on ;t visit to his sister
in-law. Mrs. Benham, and her daughter,
Mrs. Beerher.
Ire: id"nt Elder Bovard was present
tit the Methodist quarterly conference
Wednesday evening.
After spending three months among
friends in Oregon Mrs. J. 11. Mills re
turned home a few days ago.
Mist) La Force entertained the mar
ried folks' whist club Thursday evening.
ular Correspondence.) The island keeps
growing in favor right along, the winter
population reci Iving new accessions
every day, while the number of tran
sients who come for the fishing, boating,
bathing and the cxc ellent clam chowders
and fish dinners served at the "Tavern"
was never so great at this season of the
year as at present. A large number of
well-known Angelenos come down on
Saturday evenings and spend Sunday,
feeling much refreshed both in mind
ami body when they leave to resume
their week's labors In Los Angeles on
.Monday morning.
The winter residents have become so
numerous that they are about petition
ing the trusi. r s of this school district
for school facilities. They, the island
residents, will build their own school
house, so that part of It will not cost
the county anything, and all the trus
tees will have to do will be to furnish
the teachers and assume jurisdiction
the same as over the other schools in the
Application has gone on to Washing
ton for a post office at this point, which
at the present time Is badly needed. It
has received the Indorsement of Postal
Inspector Flint, and the request will
without doubt be granted.
A two-masted schooner is on the ways
al the shipyard on Mormon island, un
dergoing repairs.
Bathing parties disporting in the surf
are a frequent sight these bright autumn
days. Not a day last week but had some.
On Sunday eight ladies and two gentle
men indulged in the healthful exercise.
Mrs. Van Duzen, who has been ill.
came down from Los Angeles and Joined
her husband on Saturday.
H. D. Wlllard, wife and daughter dined
at the Tavern on Sunday.
The following were guests at the
Tavern the past few days: Mrs. M. A.
Pierce, Miss Kathryne Rose, Pasadena;
Mrs. A. B. Meyers and daughter, In
dianapolis; Mrs. A. B. Cunningham,
Philadelphia; Miss Katherlne Crary.
Miss Julia Crary, Miss Nora Pierce,
Henrietta E. Moore, Mrs. Isabel Chase.
Sirs. M. S. C. Pesslp. Mr. W. 13. Nichol
son, Major E. W. Jones, J. O. Koopfie,
Miss Annie A. Bristol, Los Angeles.
RIVERSIDE, Nov. (Regular Cor
respondence.) A voluminous trust deed
was placed on file today In which the
Temescal Water company transfers to
the Security, Loan and Trust company
of Los Angeles all the lands owned by
the first-named company in the towns of
Corona and Elslnore, to secure the pay
ment of $150,000. The terms of the deed
allow the Temescal company twenty
years In which to pay up the Indebted
Some time ago a man named A. B.
Lows came here from Jopiln, Mo., and
purchased a bakery business of William
Henderson, giving his notes in payment
for the same. After running the busi
ness until he had used up the stock of
goods bought of Henderson. Laws skip
ped out. taking with him a horse belong
ing to Henderson. Sheriff Johnson has
succeeded In finding the stolen horse at
Colton, but Laws is still missing.
County Tax Collector Palmer suc
ceeded In gathering in $18,000 on ac
count of this year's taxes Inst week.
This is about twice the amount of th"
collections of the previous week.
City Marshal Wilson, tax collector for
the city, gathered in about $.3000 during
the week, which amount is $1000 larger
than the collections of the week before.
Three drunks were picked up by th*
police Sunday. These are the first of
fenders of this character booked at the j
police headquarters for nearly two
A complaint was field today against a
man named John Arcy, who resides at
Rlncon. charging him with selling liquor
without a license. The particular
charge on which the complaint Is based
occurred on September 10th lapt. but It is
said Arcy is still at the business. An of
ficer has gone after Arcy.
Arrangements are being made for a
game of baseball to be played by nines
chosen from among the printers of this
city and San Bernardino. The proposed
game Is attracting lots (ef Interest here.
ular Correspondence.) The officers of;
San Bernardino may occasionally make
a faux pas in the matter of a criminal, j
' but they usually get there again and j
, make amends for It. Some weeks since
| a train robber from Texas, engaged in
I the hold-up away back in ",>3, was j
traced to this city, where he has been an ,
■ honored citizen for years, but Nemesis t
! was on his trail. He wns located, and ]
jan officer came after him, but. Ignoring 1
i that San Bernardino was a county seal'
lof considerable Importance, the fresh
official went through to Los Angeles and .
worked tho case from there. . On notlfl- 1
cation of what was wanted, the San tier
nardiho officer rounded up the man
wanted, Noah Lee, and held him for tho
tenderfoot official, who was having a
good tint" where he was. and as he held
cthe warrant in his pocket there was no j
authority to place Lee in Jail, and an of
cer was detailed to hold him under sur
veillance until the warrant came. This
watchful care was a little slack at times,
as the suspect showed no Inclination to
avert his fate, and when the officer went
into a barber shop for a shave, and his
prisoner said he would walk around on
the outside, nothing was thought of it
until, on coming out, the bird had flown.
Officers have been on his trail, however
and he was brought In yesterday and
sent on to Los Angeles, from whence he
will probably be taken to Texas for trial.
He was brought before Fnlted States
Commissioner Cole while here, und ball
at $10,000 was fixed.
The jury In the ease of the people vs
H. C. Warner for criminal libel failedtto
agree, standing 4 to 8 for acquittal. The
case has been placed back on the calen
dar, and another trial will be had at an
early date.
A marriage certificate was Issued to
Samuel Mersereau Woodbridge, a na
tive of New York, aged 40, resident oi
South Pasadena, and Edith Gertrude
Groom, a native of lowa, aged 23, a resi
dent of Ontario;
Melton Mara, the forger brought up
from Santa Ana, was before Judges
Campbell and Oster of the superior
court on Monday and arraigned for
forgery, th" crime being committed in
this city last Fourth of July. He was
given till Monday, November 29th, to
In the case of the people vs. Muldow
ney, brought over from Redlands
v here he was charged with selling liquor
contrary to the ordinance, a new trial
was granted Monday. This Is the case
where his attorney says It is "Muldow
ney agin the government."
Editor It. C. Harbison returned Mon
day from his trip to his old home at In
dianola, lowa, and Chicago, visiting his
parents at the former and attending to
business at the latter.
The Redlands Daily Record, under the
manaßemcnt of J. A. Whltmore, will
soon make its appearance as a morning
journal In the city of tourists and
oranges. The plant was moved over
from Riverside and placed In the build
ing formerly occupied by the Electric
Light company as an office. It Is to be
Republican in politics, and Is said to
have good financial backing.
CHINO, Nov. 22.—(Regular Corres
pondence.) Fattening cattle for beef
with beet pulp Is no small Industry here,
and there are now 2550 head of cattle be
ing fattened at the stock yards south
and east of town, fientous Bros, of Lor.
Auk-les have IGOO head of this number.
They are preparing for the Los Angeles
market. This pulp Is fed with barley
and hay, and makes an excellent and
cheap feed, being sold for 50 cents per
ton. About 70,000 tons of this pulp has
been siloed by Easton, Eldrldge & Co.,
their' narrow-gauge train' being kept
busy night and day hauling the' pulp
from the factory to the silos.
The past week has been good weather
for the beets, and the sugar percentage
has gone up,' the highest for the season,
an average of is. The factory has sliced
91.500 tons of beets and produced 23,000,
--000 pounds of sugar to date.
The Clnderellas will give their regular
semi-monthly dance this evening In the
opera house. A feature of the evening
will be a prize waits.
The Chlno Valley Creamery associa
tion Is shipping 50 pounds of butter per
day to Loeb, Fleishman ft Co. of Los
SAN JACINTO. Nov. 22.—t „.tiar
Correspondence.) Francisco Pico and J.
A. Drown went to Los Angeles on busi
ness today.
Miss Bertha Donnell has returned to
her home In Los Angeles, after visiting
Mrs. Grant Brown several days.
J. A. Green, who visited lowa and Wis
consin last month, has returned, sat
isfied that California Is n good country
to live in.
Mrs. Stern, who has been visiting her
sister, Mrs. L. Kuuffman of this place,
has returned to her home in Fullerton.
T. D. Merryman is up from Los An
geles looking after his orange orchard
at Valle Vista.
J. A. Cook Is over from Riverside look
ing after his dairy ranch.
Mrs. A. Thompson and sister. Miss
Irene Howard, are visiting in Los An
Mrs. D. O. Roslck of this place has
been visiting her mother at Arrowhead.
A. B. McCormlck, Colonel Witherspoon
and Joseph Jarvls were in town Satur
day from Riverside.
Frank Farmer and family have re
turned to San Jacinto to reside.
JOHANNESBURG, Nov. 21.—(Regu
lar Correspondence.) Work on the
Kramer and Randsburg railroad has
! been somewhat retarded owing to the
delay in the shipment of ties. The con
struction camp has been moved to near
the St. Elmo mine and in a short time
will be brought to the suburbs of Jo
hannesburg. Word had gone out that
the construction crew would not be al
lowed to camp in the district as long as
Chinese were employed to do the cook
ing, representatives of the miners
waited upon the contractors yesterday
and Informed them that this report was
erroneous and that everything would be
done to help instead of retard the work.
Work on the different mines Is being
pushed, and quite a little assessment
work Is being done on the various claims
in the district. The ownership of a great
many claims will be void after the Ist
of January unless $100 worth of work Is
done before that time. The new law I
requiring $50 worth of work to be done
within sixty days after the first notice I
of location Is a good one. Under Hie
old law many have been acting the
"dog In the manger" with some of the
beat claims in the district, and the i
worst of It Is they have until January,
IS3B. before they will be forced to do de
velopment work or give them up to those
who will.
Word has been brought In from the
Radamacher district that a big strike
has Just been made In the Radamacher
mine. It was said the ore would run
from $900 up.
Harry Green Is just in from the Slate
range and reports the mining outlook
for that sec tion to be good. On the Haf
ferd and Bowman properties the ledge
on the surface Is fifteen feet wide and
can be traced the entire length of their
claims. A 100-foot shaft was sunk be
side the ledge and a cross-cut made. At
this point the foot and hanging walls are
well-deflned and the ore between free
of waste. An assay made from sam
ples of ore taken from both walls at In
tervals of a foot clear across the ledge
went $171 per ton. Joseph Green has a
claim In the same locality which is be
ing opened up by a tunnel, the ore at the
surface going $0 in gold and $5 in silver.
He has also found a good spring of wa
ter on one of his claims.
The development of the mines in the
adjoining ranges means much to this
section, for when the railroad reaches
here this will be the distributing point
for all the surrounding country.
The Garlock and Smith mills at Gar
lock are pounding away this week on O.
B. ore. On Wednesday another rich
strike was made at that mine, the ore 1
running In the neighborhood of $100 per
Some very rich ore was taken out ot
the Alameda mine this week. It Is said
this company will purchase the dry con
centrator plant recently erected here
and use It for the reduction of the Ala
meda ore alone.
The Gold Bar, owned by George B. (
Curtis and H. E. Hollls, has one of the
prettiest ledges to be seen in the district.
This mine is opened up by 120-foot shaft
and three drifts. In one of these drifts
a four-foot ledge of $25 rock was uncov
ered. The distance between the foot and
hanging wall Is six feet, a scam making
a clear line of demarcation between the
two feet of waste and the four feet of
Tho Butte Is taking out large quanti
ties of paying ore again. This Is one of
the oldest mines In the district and its
former owners took out $70,000 In gold In
a year's time. The present management
has had to contend with the mismanage
ment of the former and has had to do a
great deal of work to got the mine In
paying shape.
The Kinyon Is demonstrating the fact
that depth adds to the value of mining
property in the Rand district. They are
taking out very rich ore at the present
A ball was given at Hotel Johannes
burg last Saturday evening, to celebrate
the near approach of the railroad. An
other will be given when the line Is
completed. On Thanksgiving eve the
Miners' union will give a ball In Rands
burg. It will probably be a successful
and enjoyable afTnir.
Edmund Bryden of the Uttle Butto
mine and Miss Belle Canawan of Ontario
were married at that place November 17.
The groom has built and furnished a
cottage on Johannesburg avenue and
the happy couple are expected to arrive
and take possession today.
R. Addison of Los Angeles has been
In the district the past week putting in
place the engine and pump of the Jo
hannesburg company's new well: also
the hoisting plant at the Little Butte.
J. M. Eckert of Cleveland, Onto. Is
here looking Into the mining interests
of the district.
Jas. P. Meikle and wife arrived from
Los Angeles this week and wljl make
their home here tor the present. . Mr.
Meikle will be the assayer at the new
ten-stamp mill being erected here.
Jno. Jas. Miller of Santa Clara Is reg
istered at Hotel Johannesburg and is
looking Into the mining question.
SANTA ANA. Nov. 22.—(Regular Cor
respondence.) The board of supervisors
met this morning. A petition from
James Sleeper et al. for a new' road
through the San Joaquin ranch, in the
Tustln and Laguna road districts, was
received and granted. The San Joaquin
rn'.ch will deed the land for the road to
tie county. The application of Peter
Earaneette for saloon license at Capls
trano was denied on the recommenda
tion of Supervisor Smith. The clerk was
Instructed to order a cell built for the
Alamitos Jail.
The case of Mary Louise Wright and
her paramour, Wm. Wright, came up for
trial this morning before Justice Hunt
ington. Their counsel, J .Marlon Brooks,
argued for a change of venue, which was
denied. Mr. Brooks then gave notice
that he would apply to Judge Ballard
for a writ of prohibition to prevent
Huntington from trying the cas»..
Should Judge Ballard deny the writ It
will be appealed to the supreme court
and thus guln an Indellntte stay of pro
ceedings. Judge Ballard will hear the
matter tomorrow morning.
W. A. Laurence, Walter England,
Bill Austin and "Sport" Homer, a gang
of young toughs who have Infesied
Santa Ana for some time, left town
hurriedly last night for parts unknown.
They were drunk yesterday and dis
orderly and warrants were Issued for
their arrests, but they heard of It and
departed before the warrants could be
James Gordon, foreman of Smeltzer's
big celery ranch near here, was arrested
this morning on a charge of drunken
ness and brought before Justice Hunt
ington. He was lined $10 and sentenced
to ninety days In Jail, the sentence with
held during good behavior.
X marriage license was Issued late
Saturday night to Harry B. Handy,
aged 19. and Mary Homer, aged 16;
both of Orange*. The fathers of both
1 parties filed their consent. This is the
| young couple who eloped last week and
j went to San Pedro, where they hired »
j boat, went to sea and were married,
(against their parents' wishes.
[ Geo. H. Humphreys of Maysville, Ky.,
i arrived in Santa Ana Sunday to spend
j the winter.
Charles Hawkins of Garlock Is here
!on a visit to his family.
Jack Porter spent Sunday with friends
' In Los Angeles.
Congressman C. A. Barlow of San Luis
Obispo spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. S. Rice of Tustln. Mr. Barlow is a
brother of Mrs. Kice.
I'nion Thanksgiving services will be
held Thursday morning at 11 oclock In
! the First Presbyterian church.
Wm. H. Laurence, aged 2". a resident
of Inyo, and Lillian E. Robinson, aged
22, of Anaheim, have been granted a
, license to wed.
A game of football will be played
i Thursday afternoon at Athletic park
between the Santa Ana high school boys
and the Riverside high school club.
Mrs. E. D. Cooke has returned from
an extended visit with her brother In
Grand Rapids, Mich.
SANTA BARBARA. Nov. 22.—(Reg
; ular Correspondence.) Tourist travel
j Into Santa Barhara Is much heavier than
'for several seasons, at this time of the
j year. Yesterday the transfer company
' handled 110 trunks coming In. By way
'of comparison It Is of interest to note
■ that they took out? only three. Several
parties of prominent easterners have
arrived, including the Dows, the Dun
hams, the Goulds, the Honnewells and
the Eatons. All will spend the winter
here, and have either taken houses or
'gone to the hotels. The Eatons have
leased Dr. Otto's former residence on
State street. The Dows and the Goulds
are In Monteclto.
Lompoc Is shipping apples to London.
The Santa Barhara Poultry and Pet
: Stock association, recently formed with
Dr. H. L. Stambach for temporary
chairman and C. H. Mower temporary
secretary, has decided to send several
' cages of birds to the Riverside poultry
j show, December 9th.
| The Sisters' fair opens tomorrow even
llng. Wednesday night the Native Sons
I will attend In a body; Thursday night
the firemen, and Friday night the Na
val reserves.
A new road Is proposed by way of Las
Cruets through Santa Rora ranch,which
will overcome the difficulty now being
experienced by travelers between Lom
poc and Santa Barbara.
At the weekly shoot of the Santa Bar
j bara Oun club yesterday afternoon 1000
I blue rocks were used and great enthus
j lasm was shown. About three hundred
spectators wera present and about forty
took part. The "squad" plan was fol
lowed, there being five traps, and the
shooting was rapid and regular. Darkness
was the only thing that prevented them
from shooting all night. Mr. Fuller of
Summerland, Mr. Cooley of this city
and young Williams of the Modoc road
j stood best in the scores, respectively,
j Wednesday there will be a private shoot
and Thanksgiving day will be cele
brated by the biggest time of the year
at the club's new park.
George C. Sherman found yesterday In
Sycamore canyon a section of the back
bone of a whale, and also pieces of its
ribs, imbedded in rock and petrified. The
rock comes from a cliff well up In the
Tarrytown in Darkness
Tarrytown—The breaking of a twelve
Inch water main at the junction of Me
chanic and Central avenues In this vil
lage at 0:30 Monday evening left the
town In darkness and without water
for almost three hours.
The water had to be shut off at the
{§ Mole Agency B
fji Bartlett's Music House 1
Everything In Muitc 5
1 233 S. Spring St. Kifbllihod 187' j|
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Lamp Sale...
Crystal Palace - - k 3 .W
power house ot the water company.
This compelled the Hudson River Gaa
and Electric Light company, which
supplies power for lighting and other
purposes to this village. North Tar
rytown, Irvlngton. Dobbs Ferry. Has
tings, Ardaley, Elmsford and Pocantlo
Hills, to shut down. The New Tork.
Elmsford & White Plains electric road
stopped running, the cars being stalled
wherever they happened to be. Mer
chants had to light lamps to do busi
ness. There was a rush for lamps and
oil and the grocery and hardware
stores reaped a harvest.—New- York
He Weakened
"John told me," said the fanner to the
obituary writer, "that he wanted it put
on his tombstone that he died out o'
debt—owln' no man a cent, an' I told him
I'd pay up his debts fer him so it could
be wrote down that way. Now, call out
the amounts of them thai' bills, if you
"John Jones, ten dollars."
"AlLright; I'll pay that."
"William Brown, fifteen dollars." '
"Well, I'll settle that."
"Rufus Smith, twenty dollars."
"Gettin' steep, but I'll fix It."
"Amos Williams, thirty dollars."
"Sakes alive! But I'll settle it."
"Richard Scott, one hundred dollars."
"Stop right thai !" exclaimed the ex
cited farmer; "durn John's old plctur'l
what did he moan, anyhow? Jest write
a line or two an' say he died happy-*
durn him!"— Atlanta Constitution,
Baggage Notice
Brlglit's Special Delivery cheeks bag
gage to all parts of the world. 404 8.
Broadway, chamber of commerce bjdg.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat requires
Immediate attention. "Brown's Bronchial
Troches" will Invariably give relief.
3 ThriveOnJt.\
Gail Borden
Eagle Brand
Condensed Milk
< Little Book "INFANT ►
Should bo In Every House.,
1 I
Substitute for Coffee
A perfect cereal drink that
closely resembles the flavor
of Fine Java Coffee— ■
(Tho Original Malted OralnC oSea
It is a wonderful health promoter
builds flesh, bone and muscle
strengthens without stimulating, nur
tures and nourishes.
Dr. W. F. Duncan, 693 W. Sixty*
Third St., writes:
••We havo the (ample package of Kof.
eko, and Und it superior to an? of the
several brands we have tried. We have
discarded Java and Mocha from oor
brrnkfist table und ore nshiß Kofeko
Instead.* It Is not only palatable but
very bealtliful and will, we conflden
tin ly believe, gradually supercede the
imported toffees."
Boiling water makes it ready in a
minute. Send 2c for sample package
—sent free. Ask your grocer for tt
St. Louis, U. S. A.
topnuifl*mi Drs. Fjj & Win*
Inerwraed business »«»• "'">
Have moved town 9. olive st. southwest earn**
Ninth and Olive. Commodloni apartments esse,
el.liy prepared for the comfort via 00n7.0l.aes
of pi irons. Old friends welcomed. Krerr »ttss>
tlon paid to inquirer*. Treatise of io.ojj wares
For Sale

OJt ty of wood; 20 seres level loam, good
berry land; 47 acres hilly, good J arming et
■rating, st Woodslde. 8»n Maieo county.
2u seres adjoining tbe town ol l'alo Alto;
tores beiween tho town of l'alo Alto sad Sua?
ford University. Sonts Clara county.
Lou i. 2. s, 4,5 and ( in block No. % Eastern
addition In town of Redwood City. Address
OWNER, Y. O. Box 228, l'aio Alto.
Good Business Suits
Order $15.00..
All-Wool Pants to order, $3.81
5. R. Kellam. 362 S. B'dway \
Garland Stoves and Ranges
"The World's Best"
Michigan Stoves and Ranges
Always Dependable
Next In Quality to "Garlands"
C. F. Heinzeman
Druggist and Chcmlm
222 N. Main St., Los Angeles
Prescriptions carefully compound** dfft
or night. 1-

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