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LITTLE GIANT'S TOUR
(MAGUIRE WILD BE AT SANTA
ANA NEXT SATURDAY
Needham and Blackstock Canvassing.
Horticultural Commissioners in
Session—Personal Notes
SANTA ANA, Sept. 19.—The lion. James
G. Mngutre, the Democratic nomlnoe for
governor, will speak ln this city next Sat
urday. Preparations are now being nadc
for a big reception In his honor, lie wl'l
arrive on the 10 oclock train and at once
(•pair to the Grand opera house, whore he
will address the people, ln tho aftcrnooi.
a reception will bo held In the parlors ol
the Hotel llossmore from 1 to 3. The hours
nro rather Inconvenient for business men,
but thuy made the only time that Mr. Ma
guire could give, as he goes on to han
Diego In the afternoon, where, he ls blllel
to speak Saturday evening.
Republican Reception
J. C. Needham, the Republican candidate
for congress from this district, arrived In
town this morning, accompanied by Maj.
C. W. Kyle, a well known orator and :i
member of the Republican state central
committee. N. B. Blackstock of Ventura
candidate for railroad commissioner ar
rived this afternoon at " oclock and went
nt once to the Hotel Hossmore, where a
public reception was held In honor of
three gentlemen. Many persons called to
pay their respects to the candidates. Ex
tonslvo preparations are being made fo'
the meeting this evening by the committee
In charge and large delegations arc expect
ed from the surrounding towns.
Santa Ana Brevities
A meeting ot the horticultural commis
■loners ot Southern California was heal
In this city toilay, the object being to en
deavor to secure un appropriation for the
association anil to reorganise on llroader
and bitter lines. Those present were C. J
Kellogg, Los Angeles: George Van jilrk.
Corona; George Huntington, Santa Ana,
J. M. Thomas, Monrovia; R. B. MoTnnls.
Badlands; W, T. Curtis, Highlands; H
Hamilton, Orange; S. A. Pease, San Be.
nardlno; K. H, Rust, rasndena; W. B.
Hunter, Riverside; O. P. Hall, San Diego
James McFadden returned today from a
trip to San Francisco nnd other no-ihetn
cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carpenter ar.d Mt.
and Mrs. J. Watson left today for Wash
ington to attend to business Interests
The cattle owners ln and around ■West
minster complain about the Tetas fever
Whioh Is causing many deaths among their
stock, over fony deaths having occurred
within two weeks.
Mrs. James P. Shatto. nged SO years died
today at her homo In Tustin and w.ll be
burled tomorrow.
The work of removing the vacant store
rooms on the corner of Fourth and Main
stref*. was begun tday.
Prof. T. C. Welch today filed with the
county clerk his certificate of nomination
on the Independent ticket for the office of
county school superintendent.
The team and wagon belonging to Win.
Neece, the Singer sewing machine ageni,
ran away today on Fourth street and col
lided with another wagon, doing consider
able damage to the latter.
Marriage licenses were Issued today to
Martin Law, aired 49, and Pauline Lulz
aged 43, both residents of Orange; C. IS.
Best, nged 2C, a resident of Beaumont, and
Jessie M. Speed, aged 24, a resident of New
port.
A son was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs
Winans of this city.
H. M. Seymour was arrested today on a
charge of drunkenness and sentenced to
six months In the county jail by Jostle
Huntington.
Miss Jessie Rubottom wont to Tomona
today to resume her position as teacher iv
the public schools there.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. H. D
Hancock of this city died yesterday and
was buried loday.
John McCue received a telegram today
from Denver, Colo., announcing the death
of his wife. Mrs. Ann McCue. aged ,4
years. Mis. McCue had been an invalid
for some time and was in Denver for the
benefit of her health.
Mrs. R. L. Blsby left today for Chicago,
IU., for a few months' visit.
CATALINA CHATTER
The Summer Season's Premature End.
Duyckinck's Thousand Fish
avalon, Catalina Island, Sept in.—
Slowly nnd before its time the Island's be
Ing depopulated. Yesterday a crowd cam*
over on tho steamer at 1 oclock, but ra
turned at 3 oclock. September Is the most
delightful month here, but habit and school
terms are unreasoning tyrants.
Capt. "Sandy" McDonald ls telling the
boys Mt>OUt a wonderful dog that he res
cued last week, who had managed to fol
low his mistress from Long Hcach to the
isthmus after sho had left him on the
mainland, disconsolate and alone.
Herbert Gregg entertained Misses Ger
trude .and Mac McCrea, Frances. Dorothy
and Alice (troff and Edith Furrey, Messrs.
Burnham and Harry Policy at a candy pull
Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Duycklnck. who holds the record fir
the number of fish caught this season o-t
rod and reel, is now bending all his efforts
to catch the thirty-three fish necessary to
make his total 1000 lish. Saturday be was
out with Mexican Joe and caught fifteen
yellowtall. The fish were found nt the
isthmus and in great numbers, but the
limited time that he had to spend there did
not allow blin to get any morn fish.
Tho church on the hill Is to be enlarged
during the wdnter. The additional room
will bo fitted out nnd used as a meeting and
club room for those who stay hero alt win
ter. Magazines will be on the tables.
J.iSO has been raised for the purpose.
Dr. C. W. Bryson and J. Todd Cook se
cured seven goat heads the other day. N
Howard, Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Craig und H
M. Corlett also secured four line heads.
Tho yacht San Diego returned from San
Pedro yesterday. This afternoon the San
Diego will leave on an exploration trip to
San Nicolas. A search will be made for the-
Cave of the Lost Woman, who was ma
rooncd on the Island years ago. The
party will consist of E. L. Doran, Sid
Smith and C. F. Holder.
The Hotel Pasadena has closed for the
season.
Mlss Craig of Pasadena ls the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Banning.
Mr. and Mrs. Parry Gavin have returned
to their home ln Pasadena after spending
the summer here.
ONTARIO INCIDENTS
An Intoxicated Mexican Stoned Into
Submission
ONTARIO, Sept. 19.-Mr. andJUrs. Btralil
are spending a few days at Santa Monica
and Los Angeles.
B. F. Long well, a veteran ot tha civil
war, has returned from the G. A. R. en
campment at Long Beach.
Fire was seen to start at two points yes
terday near the foothills and creep up the
sides of the mountains near San Antonio
canyon. Ry nightfall the blaze could !>■;
distinctly seen still ascending tho moun
tain side.
W. C. Goortch, an old gentleman, resid
ing at the head of Euclid avenue, had the
misfortune, while coming down a flight of
stairs Saturday morning to tumble.
An Intoxicated Mexican came Into On
tario from the country early Saturday
morning. He entered the Orange Bet drug
store and, walking up to the soda fountain
called for a drink. A glass was Rile I and
handed to him, but the contents did not
suit his taste, for he hurled the glass upon
the floor. The proprietor seized his cus
tomer by the collar and tired him bodliy
out of the store. Constable Long made his
appearance and a crowd of citizens soon
gathered ot tho scene. The Mexican
struggled fiercely, but the crowd fired 0.
shower of stones at him and he quietly
submitted to arrest. He was taken before
Judgo Eady, pleaded guilty to a charge of
disturbing tho poace and was given fifteen
days In the county Jail.
A rapid youth from Pomona came over
to Ontario Sunday afternoon and on meet
ing an acquaintance seized his hat and
gently slapped his friend ln the facj with
It. The Ontario man could not cndu.'t tne
familiarity and swung a right-hander upon
the Pomonan's jaw which sent him sprawl
Ing ln the dust of the street.
The water marshal now has a young as
sistant whose duty It Is to ride about or.
his wheel along the streets that on cer
tain nights are to be watered and sec that
the owners do not commence too soon or
run over the fifteen minutes allotted every
other night for sprinkling.
WITH THE VETERANS
Who Served With CushingP—lmprove
ments at the Home
SOLDIERS' HOME. Sept. 19—Last
Thursday about 135 visitor*, from the South
ern California G, A. H. encampment at
Long Beach arrived at the home and were
shown every object of interest; three of the
members of each of tho companies were
detailed for that purpose. Through the
kindness of Colonel A. J. Smith, a dinner
was provided for the visitors and a pro
gram was ufterwards carried out in the
assembly hall.
A notice has been posted at the home
postofflce requesting Information of the
presence of anyone at tho home who served
with Lieutenant W. B. dishing during the
years 1801-62, especially of anyone who par
ticipated ln the destruction of the Alber
marle, In order to aid In the painting of a
large historical picture of Cushing's de
struction of the Aibermarle.
The picnic announced to be held by the
/lohn A. Martin post, No. O. A. R., of
the homo In Santa Monica next Thursday
has been postponed for one week, the 29th
Inst.
Work ls again progressing on the new
ward's music hall. The opera chairs for
seating the audience have arrived and work
will at once bo pushed to complete the
stage, etc. The old boys are full of ex
pectation that the hull will be In full opera
tion during the coming winter.
The office attached to the residence of
our chief engineer, Mr. Goodsle, has re
cently been much enlarged. The carpenters
are now at work ln making an addition to
the residence.
Miss Alice Mcßurrell has recently been
added to our corps of hospital nurses.
The remains of Thomas G. F. Patterson,
late of Company 11, Twenty-second New
Jersey Infantry, the delegate to the late
Republican county convention who so sud
denly died In Los Angeles, were removed
from the city nnd county hospital and
brought to ihe home In the home ambulance
and Interred in the home cemetery on the
17lh Inst.
CHINO SUGAR FACTORY
W. R. Cottman Relinquishes the Man
agement in Favor of Drift ill
CHINO, Sept. 18.— N. R. Cottman, who
has filled the office of general manager for
the Chlno Valley Beet Sugar company for
the past six years, has resigned or. ac
count of ill-heaith, and Col. J. A. Dr'tHU.
present manager of the Oxnard factory lv
Ventura county, has been appointed to fi.t
the position! Mr. Drlfftll will also reta.r
the management of the Oxnard factory.
The sugar factory ls now working up
about 700 tons of beets a day. About 300
tons daily arrive by rail from Ventura
county. Up to date the factory has
worked up 10.0(10 tons of beets.
N. R. Cottman has presented to the pub
lic school library a complete set of tho
Century dictionary and also Char.bers
encyclopadla to the public library.
J. C. Needham, Republican candidate for
congress In the Seventh district, will speak
In the opera house next Thursday evening.
Chas. H. Shlnn, Inspector of United
States experiment stations, was ln town
last week.
Mlss Gretchen Johnson enters tho nor
mal school today at Los Angeles.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Gardner arrive! latl
Tuesday from Bedford, Ind. Mr. Gardner
Is a bother of Dr. Gardner and expects la
have charge of the electric light plant at
the sugar factory.
Superintendent Oscar Newbery "ame
down from San Bernardino Sunday and
Inspected some of our roads with Road
Overseer George 1,. Pierce.
ANAHEIM NOTES
lios Angeles Beats Westminster at
Baseball—Republican Revivals
ANAHEIM, Sept. 19.—There was an in
teresting ball game at Columbia garden
yesterday between nines from Los Ar.
t RETIRING FROM BUSINESS f
J Our Auction of Diamonds, Watches, J
| Jewelry, Silverware, etc., started I
| yesterday. Many made purchases J
f who have good cause to testify that
| this is a bonafide auction. There &
5 will be three sales today —namely, f
f at 10 a. m., 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. I
f LISSNER & CO. I
J Silversmiths, Opticians 235 S. SPRING STREET f
LOS ANGELES HERALD* TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, JB9B
geles and Westminster. The score was
2 to 1 ln favor of Los Angeles.
A Fullerton clerk punched his emp.oyer
In the face yesterday morning.
For the Republican camp meeting last
Saturday a special Santa Fe train .vith a
party of Santa Ana Republicans arrived
here and was met by the City band. Several
speakers addressed the assemblage, hut a:
the beginning the crowd was much largei
than at the finish.
Agent Clabaugh of the Santa Fe was
appointed by the county superintendent o,"
schools (Mr. Oreely, Republican), to 111
the vacancy caused on the school boa-d by
the resignation of Mr. Mlddleham. The
board, which ts composed of three mem
hers, now has representatives from both
the Southern Pacific and tho Santa Fe.
The two young men who were urresti 4
for fighting during the Republican speech
making last Saturday glnht, failed lo ap
pear before Recorder Ehanley this morn
ing and their bondsmen forfeited $10 fo
each of them.
A number of local Republicans w'll go
over to Santa Ana tonight to attend the
meeting at that place.
The directors of the csnnery met today
Routine business was transacted and
plans were talked over for the enlarging
of the plant next season and the no ling
of more treasury stock.
L. M. Noah, deputy collector of In'ernnl
revenue, was In town today.
EXORBITANT ASSESSMENT
Santa Monicans Register a Futile Pro
test—City Attorney's Denial
SANTA MONICA. Sept. in.-A. M. Guld
lnger and 11, J,. Jcnness were nominated
for justices of tho peace on Saturday after
noon at the city hall by the delegates to
the Republican county convention.
At the trustee meeting this afternoon tho
committee on sewers reported thnt the
sewer main and lateral No. 1 had been
thoroughly flushed and found to be ln
good order. The street superintendent was
Instructed, to see that property holders
along that lateral make connections, and
that cesspools along tho routo be con
demned and tilled up.
A resolution was adopted for the con
struction of lateral No. 3. The plans and
prollle for the grading of California ave
nue, from Ocean avenue to Third street,
and the putting ln of cement sidewalk,
curb and gutter, were adopted.
A resolution providing for the construc
tion of an eight-foot sidewalk along Cal
ifornia avenue, from the easterly line of
Ocean avenue to the westerly line of Third
street, was adopted.
The county supervisors deided the re
quest of the trustees for a county health
officer, since Incorporated towns only are
granted that luxury. Accordingly, the vet
erans from the. Soldiers' home and others
who may be the unfortunate victims of
accidents ln this city wdll still havo to take
chances on receiving medical attendance.
A communication, numerously signed by
property owners along sewer lateral No. 1,
Including Abbot Kinney, W. H. Keller, M.
H. Kimball, W. S. Vawter, H. L. Glroux
and others, was received, protesting
against the exorbitant assessments de
manded by Contractor Powell for the con
struction of that lateral. It will be remem
bered that Powell's price for this work
was 85.9 cents per lineal foot, while oil
other laterals now under construction are
being put ln at a cost of about 30 cents pur
foot less. The signers of this protest hold
agreements from J. T. Klggens to contract
to do the work for $500 less than the price
under which lt wns awarded to Powell.
City Attorney Tanner's advice being asked,
he made a speech to the effect that Klg
gens was not acting In good faith; that, In
the first place, he did not have the signa
tures of the required three-fourths neces
sary tinder the clause of the Vrooman net;
that his price was not less, but for the same
figures as those of Mr. Powell, and that
he did not furnish a bond, as has been
stated. The city attorney Informed the
board that the proper place for the proper
ty holders to seek relief was in the courts;
ln any case, tbe 30 days inside of which
the petition might have been efficacious
had expired. It was unanimously decided
that the petition be filed.
The remainder of the sewer bonds have
not received the attention from outside
capitalists that was expected. To the eight
letters that were sent out by the clerk,
only three answers havo been received, all
of which were unfavorable.
The young ladles of the Klaus orchestra
will give a dance on Friday evening at the
North Bench bath house ball room.
The members of the ltebekah lodge will
visit a sister lodge at Los Angeles tomor
row evening.
Miss Kate Nlsbet nnd Bertrell Riggrns
were married at Nordhoff on Saturday
evening.
Mrs. J. H. Barber will leave on tomor
row's steamer for Paso Robles, where she
goes to Join her husband, who was recent
ly promoted to the agricultural station at
that place.
C. White Mortimer, British vice consul
nt Los Angeles, spent today here.
Uruguyan Duties
j NEW YORK, Sept. 19.—A special to the
i Tribune from Washington says:
Under date of July 27 Mr. Swalm, United
States consul at Montevideo, writes: Be
ginning with August Ist an additional
permanent tax of 2% per cent on all Im
ports Into Uruguay Is again In force. The
proceeds are at first to be applied to the
payment of outstanding treasury certifi
cates which are ten months behind and
will afterward bo devoted to the proposed
harbor Improvements. The tax is of spe
cial significance to Americans interested
in the exportation of lumber and refined
oils, aa the duties on the.-c Items are al
ready heavy.
Supplies here are light. Shipments have
been retarded on account of tho war with
Spain.
J. B. Millard Leads
In the Totals of Yesterday—The Vote Still Scattering But Very Large—Many Schools Desire the Piano for Their School
Room, Others Desire to See Their favorite Teacher Win One of the Fine Prizes Offered—The High School Undecided as
Yet, With Chances in Favor of Professor Housh—Arroyo School in Great Glee Over the Good Start of Their Teacher,
Miss Barraclough—lf You Desire Your Teacher to Win, See That Votes Are Polled for the One of Your Choice—Now Is
When Every Teacher Needs Votes.
Many people say, we would like to see such a teacher win one of the prizes in The Herald contest, and
if our choice makes a good showing we will cast our votes for them. The way to have your teacher
make a good showing is to vote now and induce your friends to do the same. Don't wait until your
favorite is far surpassed; work and vote now. Induce your friends to subscribe for The Herald and vote
the premium ballots received for your teacher. Don't think because your favorite is teaching in a small
school that he or she stands no chance. Miss Barraclough is teaching one of the smallest schools in
the city, yet she stands second in the list. If as a school you decide to cast your votes for one teacher,
do it at once and let your friends know that you are working unitedly in the interest of one teacher;
this will induce others to aid you.
A word about the beautiful china bric-a-brac on exhibition at Meyberg's Crystal Palace china
store. In the large assortment of useful, ornamental and valuable souvenirs there are no duplicates—
each subscriber gets something different from everybody else, and in addition to this first subscribers
get first choice of souvenirs, which is a strong inducement for subscribing for The Herald at once. The
Herald especially desires the ladies to visit Meyberg Bros, to see this fine display of subscription souvenirs.
MR The Herald MB j®l l^r!fi^a
l||yp3i§ ' PfIZC Gold Cased Waltham Watch
A Fine Upright Mozart Piano The Lissner Ca
Mahogany case, beautiful finish, superior tone; di- * S se^iQ R its
rect from factory. An instrument that retails reg- remaining stock
The school teacher who gets the most votes in a t auction,
this contest will reap a rich reward for their efforts Go and see the
by receiving a fine Grand Upright Mozart Piano,
entirely new and in perfect tune. Prize Watches.
List of Votes Received Up to 5 p. m., Monday, Sept. 19
—A— —E— —L— —Q—
Athe-rton, Mlss Ruth, Boyd st. school.. 123 Egan, Miss Minnie, Fremont aye. school 8 Lawson, Miss Florence, Normal school. 1G Quale, Mlss Mary E.. Hays st. school.. 10
Anderson, Miss Grace, Boyd st. school.. 17 Ellsworth, Miss Annie, Alpine st. school 25 Leahan, Kate, Casteiarst. school 11 Quick, Miss Eva M„ Pico'Heights 7
Atdeto Miss Isabel Tf Ca>=telar st S3 Elliott, W. \ 17 Lord. Miss Mlra, Hellman st. 5ch001.... 27 Qulnn. Miss Minnie, Ohio St. 5ch001.... 11
mi., mi!. .V «h««i a English, Mrs. May, Normal school 26 Long. Miss Mary A.. Swain st. school.. 29 Quinlan, Edward, Medical college 25
Aitkin, MISB Helen, Second st. school.. 4 Lotspeich. Miss Jessie, Thirtieth 5t.... 47
Anderson. Miss Fidelia. Seventh st 80 —F— Lamb, Miss Bessie. San Pedro St. school 60
Angela, Mother, Cathedral school 961 Frank, Miss Eva N.. Temple St. school 8 Lackey, J. W., Woodbury Bus. college 3 —X—
Fortso'n, Mrs. Laura M Spring st 46 La "Khlln, Ada M.. Normal school IS R ee ves, Miss Carrie, Normal Mode!.... 27
■o Field, Miss E. M„ Staunton st. school 4 L >' n n>, Father, St. Vincent school 142 Reeves, Miss Sarah W.. Harper school.. 35
— a — Frew, Will 1., Second st. school 25 L »wton, Miss Frances, Ninth st. school 10 Reeves, Miss Alice, Oiive st. school.. 26
Bacon, Miss L. G., San Pedro St. school 2 F reeman ' Mrs - r - 8.. Sixth st. school.. 107 _TW_ Reed, B. W., San Pedro st school 18
Bear Ml" Mary F S : xteenth st 82 Forshay, Miss Amelia M., Norwood 420 Reed, Miss Etta S., Sand st. school 29
K r o„'n iii „* Attn '« „,.„ „, „ul'n," I Frick, Mrs. M. J., High school 29 Monlux, J. 8., Twenty-eighth St. school 42 Held, Miss Vada, Senltoua s . 5ch001.... 13
arown, miss Aline, oenious si. sonooi.. \ Foster _ Mlss L X Hewitt st. school.. 8 McCarthy, Miss Kate, Cornwell st. sell. 25 ReaVl*. Miss Cora, Union avenue G
Bixby, Miss Ada P., fcprlng st. school.. 68 F[ e ntjer, Miss A., Cambria St. school.. 2 Miller, Miss N. G., Sixteenth st. school. 150 Roberts, Miss Flora. Occidental college 25
Blanchard, Miss Ada, Twenty-eighth st 10 Flint, Miss Ora, Custer st. school Ki'McClure, .Mrs. Martha, Twenty-eighth 20 Rowell, E. P., Hellman st. school 29
Bettinger, M. C, Thirtieth st. school... 107 Felker, N. G., Woodbury Bus. College. 87 McUaw, Miss Jessie A., Twenty-eighth 14
Bacon, Miss Emma T., H.ghland Park.. 3 Fort, C. J., Custer st. school 25 McGauney, Cusler st. school 41 o
Blanford, Miss Corrle, Amelia St. school 6 „ Millttrd. J. B Spring st. school... 421
_ **L ' ' , —G— Marsh, Mrs. M. R., Seventeenth st 8 Slack, Miss Cora, Alpine st. 5ch001.... 3
Riddle-, Miss Mary A., Woodbury Busi- Rfh »,,„«. » .f „ Marsh. Miss Alice. Seventh st. school.. (I Sullivan, Miss Helen. Case st. school.. 28
ness CMe * c 33 ggu riarwln J' in Morgan, Miss L„ Ninth st. school 29 Shine, Miss Nellie, Eighth st. school... 15
Bransby, Carlos. High School 2 Qetz Miss X «f school " Murdock. -Miss M. B„ First st. school.. 13 Stedman, Miss Lulu, Eighth St. school.. 8
Bunn, Miss Alice A.. Custer st. school.. 8 • Gregory Mrs A. B Hewitt st icho'oi" 7 ! Mc Phail, Mlss Rena, Castelar st. school 25 St. Clair, Miss Nellie, Macy st. school... 19
Blanchard, Miss Maud, High 5ch001.... 29 Gude Miss A Hewitt st school " 99 Murray, Mrs. M. 8., Cambria St. sohool 8 Strauss, E. L., Fremont st school 7
Bradtteld, Mrs. C. P., High school 7 Gray, Miss Alice M„ Olive St. school" 2;) McCarty, Miss Kate, Cornwall st. school 11 Scollanl. Miss Dora E„ New Macy st... 26
~ , . ' , ~ ' ~. , . . - Greenmm Un M t a„„i,,k ,t „! Madden, Mrs. K. L., Breed st. school.. 7 S'.e n, J. W . ,Jr., Harper st. school 17
Bngharn, Miss Alma S., High 5ch001.... 5» J™ Misfw' San Pedrit school" ? Margarett. S„ Gates St. school C Sharpe, Miss Be le. S x;h st. 5ch001.... 5
Barraclough, Miss Nettie A„ Arr0y0..1822 , a "T n \ Miss Sixteenth st 66 Miner ' Al,a »- GatMi st ' EC,, ° ol 8 Samuels, Miss Addle J., Swain st 6
Dradshaw, Miss Lucy E., Harper 5t.... 7 ] Grlswold Mi=s Anna S Sixteenth st"" 12 Mills ' Mlss M. E o Sixth st. school 6 Stanbury, Miss May, Tenth St. school. 412
Blxliy. Miss Mac, Hayes st. school 25 Green, Miss Ester M„ Spring st. school g Morrissey, Mlss X., High school 30 Saffold, R. C, L. A. Mil. academy.... 25
Baity, Miss Kate- S„ Hellman St. school 29 S Grlswold, Mlss Eva. Olive St. 5ch001.... 10 !ft£Hj '.fa S
.. , Gla=« mic, Tnnnnttta v..,. „i,„.i in McFadden, miss Isabel, Tenth st. school 14
roelbeck, Mlss Kate, Santa Fe avenue 10 ; L A Mil tarv Tc .d 7' Me,calf ' Xe " tie P - Thirtieth st... 10 -T-
Boyle, Miss Maud, Staunton aye. school 54 i Q n JL Mrs 1 t Cumnock Sohiiid nf V Munday, Miss Peru H.. Thirtieth 5t.... 25 _. „ _ , _ „ , ,
Bennett. Miss G. V„ San Pedro 5t.... 75 PgK *** A ' ** Cumnock Sch ° ol ot ' Manley, Miss Edna T., Second st. school 10 P°»»>» on ;., C - Wes ' V |, non sc u ho ° l »
Bates. Miss E„ Twenty-eighth st. school 25 urJ ' or > 83 Murl)hy c i aire College of Medicine 15 Tfllf ° r u. Miss Mattie S., Sixteenth st. 4
j Timmons, Miss Clara L., Harper 5t.... 3
„ 1 —H— jj Todd. Miss Ethel M., Casteiar st 18
I Hardenburg. Miss Rose H., Seventh St.. 6 Kelson Ml« F<=ter Twentv-elehth «t IRi Tleknor - Mlss Gertrude, Castelar 5t.... 53
Clark, Miss Katherlne, Ann st. school S3 1 Hanlon, Miss Annie R.. Thirtieth st... 10 £f„°tV \ii.. Sll.\'i Si, f, *, Thurst °n- Mrs. E. A„ Custer st. school 7
Cook, Miss Mary A., Sand it. 5ch001.... 7 Horrell, Mlss M. R., Castelar st. school 162 , V M * •» 1, Tritt - Mlss Mamie, Hewitt st. school.. 100
Conner, -Miss E.S., Vernon st. 5ch001.... 6 1 Hyde, Miss Olive, Thirtieth st. school.. 21 Miss clwle lan Pedro «{**'* I Tritt, W. W„ Amelia St. school 21
Campbell, Mrs. 0., Vernon St. 5ch001.... 9 Hutton, C. E„ Normal school 8 Ne"son mTss Seventh st 1
Claypool, Mlss Mary F., Spring st 14'Housh, W. H„ High school 1859 S'M"' h , 0 t :;"" ,1 _ V _
Curtln, Miss Louise, Cambria st. school 7 , Henderson. Miss J. M„ New Macy St.. 18 v.°wbv Miss NeHle' J' Griffin aye ii
Crary, Miss Bertha. Ann st. school 7 Horgan, Mlss Gertrude, Ann st. school 0| i>ewD *- all3i «eiue j., urnnn aye 4. Y on Neuniayer, Charles, Normal 76
Carr, Miss K. C, High school 23 Hood, J. W., Woodbury Bus. college... 23 __ 0 Van Liew, C. C, Normal schJol IS
Carlson, Milton, High school 7 "Henderson, Miss Mary A„ Chestnut st. 11
Cowan, Miss Rose. Hellman St. school. 4 Halversen, Mlss C. M., Grafton st 18i Osgood, Mlss Kate F.. Norwood school 18 _W— '
Cowan, Miss E., Ninth st 17 Hunt, Miss Helen E., Griffin st. school. 136 ollver ' Miss Bertha, High school 14
Carrick, Miss Ida, Macy st. school 8 Hall, Mlss Bertha, High school 14 Oliver, Mlss M. G., Amelia st. 5ch001.... 7 White, Mrs. M. A., Ann St. school S
Culverwell. Miss Alice S., Norwood St.. 2 I Hutton, Mlss Ada E„ Norwood school. 27 °wen, Mlss Mac, Harper st. 5ch001.... 8 wurtz, Miss Lucy, Macy st. school 4
Cowan, Mlss E„ Ninth st. school 6iHnnchette, Mrs. E. A., Ninth st. school 7 Oswald, Miss Tillie, San Pedro St. school 111 Wylle, Mlss J. 8., First st. school 84
Carr, Miss B. R., Rosedale st. school.. 4 I Hayes, Mlss Fannie, Rosedale 5ch001.,.. 30 _ Williams, Mrs, Jogie. Eighth st. school 7
Cate, Mlss M. S., Sscond st. school 26 Hutchinson, Mlss Nellie, Second st 56 —" — Wagner, Mkss Minnie, Hewitt st. school 11
Conly, Mabel H., Seventeenth st. school 4 Hoverman, Miss J. J., Sixteenth st 18 Parsons, Mrs. Gertrude, High 5ch001.... 18 White, Marie, Griffith ay. school 1
Hays, Miss Helen, Spring st. 5ch001.... 9 Plummer, A. W., Oitve st, school 25 Waldensfels, Mirs. C. Harmon school 3
_ Housh, Mlss F. M., West Vernon school 31 Pierce, E. T., Normal school 7 Wooster, H. M„ High school 7
v — Haverman, William, High school 30 Potter, Mrs. Nellie 1,, Six h st. school.. 7 West, Mlss Nellie, Ninth st. school 27
Davis. Mlss B. M„ Tenth st. 5ch001.... 7 | Porter, Miss Burney, Rosedale school.. 5 Whitiock, Mlss F. J„ Seventeenth &: 4
Desmond. Mlss Kate. Ninth st. school. 14 —7— Phelps, Miss Mary, Hays st. school.. 3 Welhem, Mlss Jennie, Sand st. school.. 21
Dorsey, Mrs. S. M., High school 28 tonMn. Ml., inni. iw T „„. Ul( | Powell, MI6S Bessie, New Macy school 11 Walton, Mlss Cr.rrie A., Union ay X
Doran, Miss Addle, Hayes St. school.. 7 T „„„ mi« M.m.»» tw?«. .41} Peffer, Miss Llszie, Elgh h st. school.. 7 Winiston. Mrs. H. M., Hellman st if
Dixon, Miss Ella M., Gates st. 5ch001.... 67 'Jit * Ttoil A « Pratt, Miss Abble L., Harper st. school 188 Worm, Miss Bartha, Sentous st 47
Donahue , Mrs. Jennie, Cornwall st 4 > J„f' mi.. ™tk,M B«»«n»I.«Vfc ? Prince, G. H., Twenty-eighth st. school. 22 Wadsworth. G. W.. Occidental colleg*..lo
Dick, Miss Nettle M„ Cambria st. school C 1 Vj' S Ml« Bsrah'l S tl Pr'nce, Mlss Belle. Griffith aye 16 Williams, Mlss Slay, Vernon 25
Day. Miss Lizzie, Casco st. school 6 J J cou», miss oaran j., wormai-cnooi.. 7S Preston, Miss Clara M., Normal Model 37 Wills, W. Le Moons, College of Mefe... IB
Duncan, Mlss Luella A.. Custer st 58 _ Phillips, Mlss Alice H„ Alpine st. school 9
Dubois, Mrs. C. G., Castelar st. school. 513 —Ji— Prince. Miss Lilly E., Amelia school.. 7 —V—
Dixon, Miss Clara. Chestnut st. school. 2 Kennedy, Mlss Nettle, Chestnut st 4 Putnam, Miss S., Breed st. school 4
Dozier. Melville, Normal school 469; King, Mlss Mary F., New Macy st 7 Prentice, Miss Luella, 30th st. school.. 16 Voder, Joseph P„ Pico Heights school., f
Dolland, Ed, Santa Fe avenue school.. 25 Keppel, Mark, Union aye. school 130 Phillips, Miss Bae, Sentous st. school.. 7 Young, E. R., Riosedale school 5
Dexter, Miss Yetta F., Breed st. school 225 Knewing, Miss Amy, Gates st. school.. 21 Phillips, T. J., Sentous st. school 77 Young, Mlss Clara. Ninth st. 5ch001.... 4
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