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Enlarged Library Quarters—Society
Busy Enjoying Itself by
the Sea
BANTA MONICA, Aug. 3,-The large
jiumber of people to be seen fishing on the
new north side pier every night, although
the structure Is not yet completed', proves
that a long-felt want is being filled by its
erection. Large numbers of tom-cod and
yellowlln form the nightly catch from the
pier, while those who go ln for the sport
In true tlsherman's style, spending the day
on the water in rowboat or schooner yacht,
report vellowtail, barracuda and other
larger fish. Including a few distinguished
finny Israelites, as biting better than at
any time since the bombarding of the now
famous Helna Mercedes.
Tomorrow afternoon at 1:80 oclock a
jury will try the case of J. Roberts,
charged by Thomas Gough with battery,
in Judtge Gutdinger's court.
The largest number of bathers seen in the
surf during the week days this season dis
ported in the briny yesterday and today,
as the tide has been favorable, with an en
tire absence of undertow, and the weather
When the subject of providing more com
modious quarters for the public library
came up at last night's meeting of the li
brary trustees, the only proposition laid
before that body came from E. J. Gorham,
from whom the present quarters are rented,
who offered to add considerably more room
at an advance In rental from 182.60 to $25
per month. The offer was accepted for one
year, with the privilege of two, by which
.time it is expected that the city will be ln
the possession of a city hall.
Social and Personal
A number of the young folks at the Ar
cadia hotel, undor the direction of Miss
Grace Rowley, gave a delightful musical
and literary entertainment on Monday
pight, for the benefit of the Red: Cross fund.
Tho proceeds, with those of a similar en
tertainment given the week before, amount
ing In all to about $7, were yesterday hand
ed In to tho society at Los Angeles. The
young folks taking part were Grace Row
ley, Irma Jacoby, Wanda Hayes, Rosie
Brownsteln, Jessie Blake, M. A. Foshay,
Mabel Lloyd, Irene Mack, Thomas Lloyd,
.Edmund R. Hale, Roy Luce and George
Mrs. Q. L. Waring entertained a number
of her friends at a golf tea at Ocean Park
links this afternoon.
Mrs. W. H. Young entertained! tho mem
ibers ot the croquet club at tho Robertson
lawn yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. C. F. Smurr and' son, Randolph,
came down from Los Angeles yesterday to
visit Mrs. O. W. Luce.
E. J. Vawter, Jr., who left today on the
Steamer Santa Rosa for San Francisco, en
route to Honolulu, was last night the guest
of honor at a farewell dinner given him by
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Vawter, sr., at their
home on West Twenty-fifth street, Los
Angeles. Others present were Mr. and Mrs.
Channel, the Misses Channel and Fred Mo-
Comas. Mr. Vawter was accompanied to
day by R. B. Harris.
Quite a party of people from here attend
ed the dance given by Mrs. Templar Allen
at her home, OakfioM, Hollywood, last
night. Including Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Is
lington and Mr. and' Mrs. Q. L. Waring.
Mrs. J. P. Jones and Mrs. Violet Upham,
Miss Nora Wllshlre, Miss Effie. Corson,
Miss Roberts, Miss Marian Jones, Miss
Georgia Knight, Miss Hewittson, Dr. Hew-
Ittson, Messrs. Wilson. Butcher, Richer.
.Waltep Robertson and Rowan.
Mrs. N. M. HoUiway of Los Angeles was
the guest of Mrs. J. E. Plater at the. Ar
cadia today.
Dr. Hewittson, his rather and sister, of
Riverside, who have been at the Casino for
some time, left today for a trip to British
At the Arcadia are Dr. R. Haynes. R. B.
Stephens, .1. Tcmpleton, B. Gordan, Dr. H.
G. Bayless, Mrs. M. M. Holllway, Mrs. !•'.
Schlff, Mrs. J. -C. Fitzhenry, I.os Angeles;
Mrs. C. C. Ijandls, Mr. and Mrs. Homer S.
King, Miss Hazel King, Miss King, Sar
Francisco; H. H. Sinclair, A. W. Sinclair,
Mrs. H. Wallen and children, Mrs. and
Miss Hemingway, Redlands; Miss Rodgers,
Governor's Island, N. Y.
Today's arrivals at the Clarendon are
Arthur McCord. E. T. Ellis, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Wells, C. Wells, A. W. Brown, H. Brown,
J. R. Kenyon, A. B. Stafford, Florence
Wells, Henry andC. O. Wells, I.os Angeles;
W. O. Courlng and wife, Wm. G. Wells, Or
pheum: Geo. C. Huff. Randsburg.
At the Atlanta: Mrs. R. L. Haughty,
Eureka, Cal.; R. Deakln, Mrs. E. David
son Worden, Cincinnati; Mrs. Anna S.
Griswohl, Mlas; Narcissa Miller, Mrs. H.
Glar.sell. Los' Angeles; W. H. Coulter, Oak
land; Mrs. J. W. Victor and daughter, San
Democratic Dates—More Sickness Re
ported From Camp Merritt
RIVERSIDE, Aug. 3.—Tho Democratic
county central committee met here today
and decided to hold primaries on August
9, and the convention for the purpose of
selecting delegates to the congressional
and state conventions on August 12. There
has been some agitation on the part of
some members of the party for a mass
convention to nominate a county ticket, but
today's meeting decided to hold a regular
delegate convention for the purpose
named. This convention will be held nt
later date.
At a regular meeting of the city libtary
board of trustees held last evening the fol
lowing bills were allowed': Mnry M. Smith,
librarian, $75.(i5; Grace Mansfield, assist
ant, $35; Margaret Kyle, assistant, $15:
Jean Wilson, assistant, $2.85; A. C. McClurg
& Co., books, $249.07; gas, 50 cents; total,
At the regular meeting of the supervisors
held this morning the names of the South
Riverside and East Riverside precincts
were changed to Corona and Hlghgrove,
respectively, to conform with the names of
the postofttees at those places
The taxpayers of the Moreno school dis
trict will vote on the proposition of raising
a special tax for extra school facilities on
August 9. The amount ot money sought to
bo thus raised is $500.
Sheriff Johnson, who has a son sick a'
Camp Merrltt, today received a letter from
a Rivershler at the camp conveying *he In
telligence that young Johnson was suffer
ing from an aggravated case of tonsilltls
and that he Is quite a sick man. The letter
also states that twenty members of Com
pany M are in the hospital, nine of whom
are suffering from measles and the re
mainder from throat afflictions. None of
the sick are dangerously 111, but the news
that so many of the boys are down has
caused considerable uneasiness among
their relatives and friends. Recently th<
relatives of the boys and' the newspapers
here have not received much Information,
from the camp relative to conditions there
and belief is growing that there has been a
censorship establisr.e 1' over the corre
spondence to the end that the true condi
tion of the camp life may not get to the
outside world. Even the writer of the
letter above mentioned made It one of h's
most urgent requests that the contents of
the letter be kept from the papers. An
other request was that the recipient should
under no circumstance glvo out the names
of the twenty sick men.
Constable Frank Beatty of Ferris brought
a prisoner named Fred Jenne to the county
jail today to await trial on a charge of as
sault with a deadly weapon committed
upon a miner named Richmond Walker,
who is superintendent of the Gavlland
mine near that place.
Mrs. Ellen Palmer was toll/ adjudged
Insane and ordered committed to tho asy
lum at Highlands.
Alexander McCrary one of the oldest set
tlers of this valley, died at Long Beach yes
terday and' his remains were brought here
today for interment. The deceased! was
one of the pioneers of Riverside.
Peculiar Illness at Garden Grove —Red
Cross Society Busy
SANTA ANA, Aug. 3.—A mysterious sick
ness Is prevalent among young children at
Garden Grove, which so far has completely
baffled the physicians and caused the death
of two young daughters of F. R. Shunk, of
that place. Last night the 18-year-old
daughter of Charles Holt was taken with
the same symptoms; also the infant daugh
ter of Perry Taylor, and both are In a pre
carious condition and' not expected to re
cover. ,
The ladies of the Red Cross society have
opened headquarters ln the vacant store
room on Fourth street, near the post offlo-3,
and from now on until the day the Seventh
regiment sails for Manila will receive dona
tions of dried fruits, cloths and other ne
cessary and luxurious articles. Lieutenant
Greenleaf will convoy the shipment when
he returns next week.
The Santa Ana lodge. No. 82, A. O. U. W„
held installation exercises last night, when
the following officers were Installed by Dis
trict Deputy Grand Master of Orange Coun
ty Leopold Goepper; P. M. W. Nat M.
Brown, M. W. H. A. Peabody, Foreman H.
C. Wagner, O. Leo Harris, Recorder Geo.
E. Freeman, Financier J. H. Moesser, Re
ceiver M. Hoff, Guide F. L McDowell, O.
W. Leopold Goepper. The monthly report
of the county treasurer and auditor show
that the sum of money ln the county treas
ury at the close ot July 31 was $96,008.02.
The Democratic primaries to elect dele
gates to the county convention will be held
In this city August 25. The Populists will
hold their primaries at about the same time,
but the exact date has not yet been set.
The supervisors nt their meeting today
granted petition to abandon certain streets
in Falrview nnd Buena Vista Park, which
were laid out during the boom and are now
Personal Notes
Lee Goff left yesterday for his home ln
Honduras, Central America, after a visit
here with relatives.
Mrs. A. -J. Padgham, of Tuslin, left yes
terday for an extended visit In San Fran
cisco, Portland and Boston.
Miss Mattle Serannag" left today for her
home In Goshen, Ind., after a two months'
visit with her uncle, G. H. Walker, of this
Miss Josie Alexander left today for San
Francisco to visit her sister, Mrs. Will Fos
Mrs. C. U. Fairbanks pleasantly enter
tained the young ladies of the G. G. G. club
last night at her home on East Fifth street.
Mrs. Ed Mosbaugh returned home today
from Los Angeles, where she successfully
underwent an operation for appendicitis.
Prosperous Output
ORANGE. Aug. 3.—The shipments of
produce from the Orange depot of the Santa
Fe during the month of July have been In
pounds as follows: Oranges, 251.001 pounds;
potatoes, 188,962; lemons, 43,1780; honey. 24,
--000; peaches, 4,420; peanuts, 2,657; berries
(by freight only), 420; grapes, 250; apples
and other fruit, 355; butter, 85; unclassified
freight, 53,040 pounds; eggs (by freight
only), 210 cases, or 7,200 dozen. The best
figures attainable warrant the statement
that 300.000 pounds of dried apricots have
already been sent forward.
The leading social event o fthe season
took place at 2 o'clock this afternoon in the
marriage of Miss Lydla Kogler, daughter
of Rev. and Mrs. J. Kogler, to Edward H.
Dlerker. The ceremony took place ln the
German Lutheran church, the father of the
bride officiating. After the marriage re
freshments were served at the house of the
bride's parents to some three hundred In
vited guests.
On Tuesday evening the Owl club, of
Olive, gave n pleasant social.
Capital Session Anticipated at Rivera
This Week
RIVERA, Aug. 3.—Extensive prepara
tions are being made for the Farmers' In
stitute, to be held here by Prof. A. J. Cook,
ot Pomona College, Thursday and Friday
of this week. Besides Prof. Cook, there
will be four professors from the University
of California, primed with addresses on
topics of interest to the farmer. Several of
our wideawake local agriculturists will pre
sent papers and take part in the discus
sions. Good music will enliven each ses
sion. The program will be as follows:
Thursday, 7:30 p. m.:
Piano solo, original, Fred Groton.
Invocation, Rev. G. W. Maxson.
Address of we'lcoine, Mr. S. W. Burke.
Response, Prof. E. J. Wlckson.
"Cultivation," Prof. R. H. Loughrldge.
Sketch, "Music vs. Elocution," Roy 1..
Spencer, Fred Groton.
"Olives," Prof. A. P. Hayne.
Solo, Miss Mamie Burke.
"Question Box," Prof. A. J. Cook.
Friday, 10 a. m.:
Cello solo, Fred Groton.
"The Farmer's Friends and Enemies,"
Mr. C. A. Coffman.
"Alfalfa," Mr. D. W, Cate.
"Importance of Form In Cattle," Prof
E. J. Wlckson.
"Handling the Horse," Mr. Frank Coff
Friday, 2 p. m.:
Solo, Mr. D. M. Cate.
"Question Box," Prof. A. J. Cook.
"Walnuts," Mr. O. T. Grow.
"Home Reading," Mrs. D. M. Cate.
"Gophers, etc.," Prof. J. W. Mills.
Solo, Miss Mamie Burke.
Friday, 7:30 p. m.:
Music, "Old Farmer John," male quartet.
"Question Box," Prof. Cook.
"Pruning Deciduous Frlut Trees," Prof.
E. J. Wlckson.
Solo. "On the Banks of the Wabash."
Mrs. T. B. Chapman.
"Insects," Prof. P. A. J. Cook.
Piano solo, Fred L. Groton.
The committee on arrangements consists
cf Dr. W. D. Groton, C. A. Coffman and A.
Ex-Assemblyman T. H. Goff Renomi
nated—The Patronage Evenly
REDLANDS, Aug. 3,-The Republican
county convention was held ln this city
today and candidates were nominated for
oounty and municipal offices and delegates
to the state convention named.
J. C. Rollins of San Bernardino was
elected permanent chairman and C. T.
Gifford permanent secretary.
After appointment by the Chairman of
committees on credentials and resolutions
a short address was made by O. Z. Hubbel.
ex-congressman from Indiana. Tha con
vention then adjourned until 1 p.m.
After the reports of the committees on
credentials and resolutions the nomina
tions were In order and the following
named persons were nominated' for the
various offices: Assemblyman, T. 11. Goff,
San Bernardino; sheriff, O. J. Newman,
Chlno; county clerk, L. A. Pfleffer, Red
lnads; auditor, Walter Wagner, San Ber
nardino; recorder, Frank Johnson, San
Bernardino; tax collector, L. J. Coy, High
lands; district attorney, Frank B. Daley,
San Bernardino; assessor, James Kendall,
treasurer, M. S. Goddard, Redlands;
school superintendent. Mattle D. Anker.
Redlands; public administrator, S. C.
Kemp. Ettwonda; coroner, Dr. Thompson,
San Bernardino; surveyor, M. L. Cook, San
Bernardino; delegate at large to the state
convention, Judge F. F. Oster, San Ber
For municipal officers W. M. Tisdale and
Judge Baker for Justices of the peace and
for constables J. A. Rivera and O. W.
Koehler for the city of Redlands.
Redlands Brevities
A marriage license has been Issued to
Edward Wren and Alda Games, both of
this city.
The Carl Martens Opera company pre
sented "La Mascotte" to a largo house at
the academy of music last evening.
Frank Gunther and wife are ln Los An
geles for a month's vacation.
C. M. Irish and wife, for several years
residents of this city, left today for Que
bec, Canada-
Mrs. J. A. Stone and son Guy left this
morning for Berkeley.
Campers Along the Line of the San
Bernardino Supply
BAN BERNARDINO, Ann. 3.-The re
port ot the county health officer for the
past month shows that there Is a remark
able state of health In the county, but It
warns the people against the danger from
the smallpox crossing the county line from
Spadra, and he has notified the Los Angeles
county officials to look after the people re
siding there who are very careless about it.
Another matter that requires watching Is
found In the hundreds of campers along the
line of Lyile creek and its tributaries, who
keep their own camp clean by throwing all
the offal and filth from the camp Into the
stream which supplies the city. Rialto and
Bloomlngton with Its domestic, water.
Constable VT. I). Humphreys of Rlalto
wns appointed an officer to patrol the
The city supply of water was running a
little short andi the board of trustees en
gaged Civil Engineer F. C. Pinkie to learn
the cause and mark the weirs, 60 that the
zanjero could: see at a glance when the
proper amount was running. He found on
examination that where there should be 150
inches turned In there was only 130 Inches.
He marked the weir for 150 inches, and
since that time the zanjero secures the full
The city trustees have ordered the street
car tracks that are now unused, except a
short line on E street, to be taken up and
the pavements placed ln goodi shape. The
company withdrew all cars somo time ago.
as the lines were run at a loss. Plans for
an electric railway have been proposed,
but as It Is impossible to secure enough
electricity for the lights, the scheme has
been abandoned for the present. The de
mand for electricity Is double the supply.
The city trustees audited the bills for
Juno and July, but as there is no money In
the treasury to pay them they are "hung
up" for a future day.
There was an alarm of flre Tuesday even
ing ait 8:30, that proved to be a small cot
tage at the corner of Mt. Vernon avenue
and Fourth street. The building was con
sumed with small loss. There were twelve
llres last month, tho largest number In the
history of the flre d«>patment in one month.
The men working on the seventh level of
the .Rose mine have struck a rich vein of
rock, four feet wide, that gives promise of
being a regular bonanza. They have 1000
tons of It knocked down and are hoisting
It out.
The two bids on the great register were
opened. The Sun office bid 18.1 cents pet
name and John Flagg & Co. bit 10.8. but
as tho court stenographer, Joe Rich, Is the
partner in the latter concern, the question
was raised! If he could take a contract for
the county. The board of supervisors post
poned awarding the contract for two weeks.
Retail liquor licenses were issued to D.
B. Kldd, Vandsrbilti Anderson & Topp,
Needles; Thomas Preston, Daggett; and
wholesale licenses fo T. A. Brown, Man
vel; G. Mlrande, Chlno.
Articles of Incorporation have been filed
for the Chlno Valley Creamery associa
tion, with capttal of $10,000, all taken by
George Easton of San Francisco, $3500;
Robert Steele, Chlno, $5000; J. W. Evans,
Chlno, $500; L. A. Crnndall, Chlno, $500, and
Arthur C. Easton, Chlno, $500. These five
comprise the board of directors.
Over Thirty Classes Being Conducted.
Their Value and Interest
LONG BEACH, Aug. 3.-The summer
school affords the opportunity to many
overworked teachers to perfect themselves
In special branches while enjoying their
annual vacation. More than thirty classes
are conducted and as the are all In charge
of Instructors distinguished in their pro
fessions the value of a summer normal
course Is at once apparent.
In the course cf pedagogy Prof. Hoose
spoke today of the act of "thinking" as
being the act of placing one thing by an
other and comparing them together.
Teachers should set children to comparing
things and to drawing conclusions. Tho
next point Introduced was language, which
was discussed carefully. What Is language
and what Is It to a child?
The lecture on general history Intro
duced some of tho early Arj-an Institutions,
especially those of Greece ond Rome.
The class In child study has taken up a
new series of subjects under the direction
of Prof. Tucker. Todny be continued the
subject of Individual differences in mental
character. Prof. Tucker Illustrates his
lecture by many examples showing a wide
and accurate observation of children. He
emphasized the fact thnt each child has a
divine right to be studied and understood.
Some emphasis was given to contracted
personality and to exaggerated person
alities. Sully's careful study of Feven
classes of persons who have become fam
ous showed that four-fifths of those who
are geniuses display a youthful precocity
before twenty years of age. Prof. Tucker
demonstrated the bearing of this subject
upon the curriculum.
The class ln geography finished the work
In sand m-odeling on the'beach. The various
continents have been prepared and their
elevations and depressions shown. The
effect of these upon climate and commerce
was explained.
The work in United States history has
been steadily continued along the original
lines. The different classes of society
have been considered nnd the day's work
was on the preparatory pnrt of the French
and Indian war. The rival claims of the
French and English were shown.
Steps towartl national union formed the
subject of study in the civics class today.
This study Included the'main features and
purposes (11 of the New England con
federacy of 1G43-10S4; (2) the Albany, N. V.,
congress of 1754; (S) the stamp act congress
of 1705; '4> the committee of correspondence
led by Mass, 1772-1770; i:» the continental
congress of 1774-17SS. All of these were
shown to be helps ln paving the way for a
true union of the colonies. The subsequent
"steps" are to be taken up In the next reci
The advanced class In botany having
completed their study of the cryptogram
ous plants to the subject of mosses, has
been making a resume of the work thus far
covered. The fundamental basis of the
classification of plants has been Inquired
into, and the general characteristics of the
groups thus far studied, the nlgae-fungl
and tho Imperfect fungi, have been devel
The students In zoology having com
pleted a thorough dissection of the lobster,
as a representative of the crustaceans, are
now directing their attention to collenter
ates. Grantla, as a representative of
sponges, is to be studied. The laboratory
method Is employed In both botany and
"What Does Physical Culture Mean to
You?" This was the question Mrs. Rolfe
asked her class today and received most
gratifying replies, a few of which are as
follows: (1) physical culture Is a study of
the expression of the body; (2) physical
culture is training the body to express
what Is best ln ourselves, so that we may
help our fellow creatures: (ft) physical cul
ture Is the development of all the muscles
of the body, giving to it health and grace;
(I) physical culture Is such effective train
ing of all the physical powers of the body,
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and such knowledge and practice of the
laws of health as shall Insure the most
perfect performance of all the functions of
the body and afford a fitting home for the
mind and soul.
Individual work In breathing took up tbe
entire time of tho lesson and tomorrow
Mrs. Rolfe will give her Idea of what phy
sical culture Is.
Mrs. J. W. Phillips and two daughters,
Miss Florence of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs.
A. N. Younglove of Riverside, Mrs. F. L.
Burllngame of Wlnslow. Ariz.. Mrs. Wm.
D. Foster of Kansas City, Mo., and Dr.
Blythe and sister of Kentucky are guests
of Mrs. A. P. Hoffman at the Idlewlld cot
tage, Cedar avenue.
Miss Nina Clarice Outhbert, Miss Alice
Hamilton, Eaton and Mr. A. Rae Condlt
went to Santa Monica where they will take
part ln the. concert at tho Hotel Arcadia
Rev. Isaac Jewell, vice-president of
Chautauqua, and wife went to Catallna to
day to recuperate.
Rev. M. J. Hall and family, who have
been here the past three? weeks, left for
their home at I'nlverslty today.
Mrs. Coward of Norwalk and Mrs. Meni
fee of Artesla and children are ln camp
here to stay for a month.
Disappointing Jewflsh —Glass Bottom
Boat Parties—New Arrivals
AVALON, Catalina Island, Aug. 3.—The
jewflsh were decidedly wary yesterday and
only two of the Israelites were brought In,
nlthough a number of parties sought for
them. The lucky fishermen were the Hon.
Marlon Biggs and Nat. Wllshlre of bar
racuda fame. Mr. Biggs made an early
start with George Cornell and reached- the
tlshlng grounds In good Beason, but It was
not until lato In the afternoon that he got
the first strike. This was Mr. Biggs' first
try for big fish and though lie is in his
seventy-sixth year he Is an ardent angler.
His fish weighed seventy-five pounds. Nat.
Wllshlre also rose before the sun ami'with
Jim Gardener as boatman had much the
same experience. He however, used his
parachute rig and landed a 200-pound fish
Ini shorter time.
Yesterday afternoon the bay was visited
by a school of young tuna and their pram
hols were watched by an interested crowd
from the shore.
The launch Sunbeam was chartered yes
terday by Dr. Matsen and with a party of
friends on board was run down to the
Isthmus where lunch was prepared and
then back to White's landing. The Guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Ross, Miss Ross. Master
Rugh'by Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Osborne, Mr.
Orr, Miss J.enord, Mrs. C. S. Maiden and
Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham.
Avalonltes have found a new pastime ln
chartering one of the big glass bottom I
boats In the evening with a party of guests
and enrjoytng music over the kelp beds.
Some evenings since the moon Is full there
are half a dozen parties out.
At the Hotels
Metropole—Mrs. V. J. Rowan, Mrs. F. W.
Boymton, Alias O. E. Lombard. Mrs. Bu
miller-Illckey, Miss Bumlller, Miss Edna
Ilumlller, Miss Stella Bumlller, Los Ange
las; Miss M. Chance, H. Lawyer, J. R.
Stetson, Mrs. R. Oxnard, Dr. J. D. Whit
ney, San Francisco; M. L. Davidson, L.
ttrndorff, C. Etchells, Tucson; W. A.
Freeze and wife, Mrs. E. S. Wilson,
Phoenix; Louis Martin, San Fernando;
Louis Acker, San Bernardino; J. Boohmer,
Suit L ake; L. Roberts, Warren. Ind.; Geo.
C. Wilson, Chicago; O, A. Field and son,
Kt. Louis.
Island Villa—Mr. and Mrs. A. L. King, J.
S. King, Mrs. J. S. Sinter, W. J. Slater, On
tario; Mrs. W. S. Bender. Miss Mary An
derson, Guy Corsan, W. T. Archer, Miss C.
J, Westfall, Los Angeles; L. Sonmikson,
San Jose; T. L. Johnson. Pomona; W. R.
Rentier, Seattle; H. D. Hennlngs. Chlno;
Miss K. R. Elliott. Santa Fe Springs; D. D.
Lucid, C. A. Dallman and wife. Harqua
hala, O. L. Stephens, Los Angeles.
Grand View—Mrs. 11. Bieecker, S. E.
Knapp. Los Angeles; Miss M. A. Lives,
Montgomery, Oa.; M. A. Randall. San Ber
Olenmnre—Allan O. Llsh, Miss Llsh. Miss
S. Llsh, H. B. Woodworth and wife, Mrs.
IT. S. Pettlgrew, Miss M. Brick, Lus Ange
camp Bwanfeldt—C. J. Qoldthwalt,
Misses Smiley, Henry Plant and wife, G.
E. Bltterlin. H. F. Elliott and family, J. F.
Haney, C. A. Haines, Dr. H. C. Buell and
family. Miss C. Lenze, J. 11. Payne and
wife, E. E. Malory, W. Malory, M. C. Rob
inson. A. R. Illgbee. J. W. Dicklnsnn. L. H.
Peters, Los Angeles, F. B. King nnd fam
ily, Pomona.
Ontario Notes
ONTARIO, Aug. 3.—The ladles of the
Westminster Fresbytctian church give a"
rhoonllght hay ride tonight.
A new Odd Fellows' lodge Is to be organ
ized at North Ontario. They have a list of
five thlrdf degree members and thirty-five
are to be initiated as chHrtermembers. As
the grand master, Karl C. Brueck, will be
In Southern California during tho next two
or three weeks he will probably be here to
Institute the lodge.
The drum corps accompanied the Ontario
delegation to the Republican county con
vention at Redlands.
The four prpclncts of Ontario sent twen
ty-four delegates to the Republican con
James Woodruff andi R. O. Rreckenrldge
are the Independent party candidates for
the western end'of: the county in the Second
district fbr supervisors. The caucus will
be held Friday night.
The Stamm Iboys are building a light
electric car for the Euclid avenue and San
Antonio Heights line, which Is almost
Prof. Gouche and family left today for a
few weeks' vacation at Long Beach.
Some of Ontario's bad boys are molest
ing property, public and private, these
nights. No melon patch seems to escape
their plunder, and Aye boles of a good-else
In a stained glass window of the West
minster Presbyterian church show that
they have been there also.
Santa Fe Trains to Redondo
Leave La Grande station dally at 9:51 a.
m , 1:30 p. m., 5:30 p. m.; Sundays at 8:30 a.
m., 9:55 a. m., 1:80 p. m., 7p. m.. Last train
Sundays leaves Redondo 8 p. m. Downey
avenue six minutes earlier; Central av
enue twelve minutes later.
Latest styles wall paper at A. A. Ecß
strom's, 324 South Spring street.
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scientific cure. If you really
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reason why yea should not
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