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A Lively Waltz Instead of a Dirge.
Smiles Take the Place of Tears.
Not So Serious
MANILA, P. 1., Sept. s.—(Special Corre
spondence to The Herald'; The saying that
"one can never get away from one's friends"
never struck me so forcibly as it does here.
I had thought when I came out here that
people from Los Angeles would be scarce,
but 1 am meeting them every lew days.
1 meet Ensign Williamson Dunn, form
erly with the Southern Pacific company,
who is here in command of tiie collier Bru
tus, on the street quite frequently. E. W.
Littie, who was with Major A. S. Kmihail
when the department headquarters were in
Los Angeles, is here with the quartermas
ter's department,
A few days ago I met Fred Coleman,
formerly of the Los Angeles Times, hut
lately with the Portland Oregonian, He is
in Company X of the Second Oregon Volun
teer infantry.
Ed Turner, class '98, Los Angeles high
school, is out here with Company A of the
Thirteenth Minnesota, and then there are
General H. G. Otis and Lieutenant Brad
bury of his staff. General Otis' headquar
ters are at Cavite, but there arc two boats
each way daily and he is a frequent visitor
at department headquarters.
The Philippine circus is now in full opera
tion, but, as will appear from the program,
the performance is hardly one that would
come under that head in the United States.
Last week's program was as follows:
One—Overture by the band.
Two—Triple trapeze.
Three—Hand juggling.
Pour—The English perch.
Five—Balancing with the feet.
Six —Roman rings.
Seven —Comic antics by the clowns.
Part Two: One—Overture by the band.
Two —Somersaults by the company.
Three —Slack wire performance by a lady.
mysterious ball.
Five —Trapeze combination.
Six—Triple horizontal bars.
Seven —Puntominc.
The band played American music, I sup
pose to honor the audience which was al
most entirely composed of American sol
diers, and was just about such an aggrega
tion of talent as one finds dispensing sounds
for the American public in our own circuses.
In juguling and balancing feats the natives
arc quite clever, but in other respects the
bill would not compare favorably with sim
ilar turns on the stage of the Los Angeles
Orpheum. The performance is nearly two
hours in length, anil, although one would
hardly care to visit it often, it serves very
nicely to pass the time, and time is at pres
ent an article that the average American
has more of than he knows what to do with.
The insurgents have moved back some ten
or twelve miles from the city, at the request
of Major General Otis, but still keep their
outposts within sight of those of the Ameri
can Torres. An interesting fact showing tlu
state o: feel—g among the insures nt eenernls
may be noted from the following incident:
There is. as is undoubtedly known, n cer
tain faction that wishes to form a free and
independent government at once, and were
even willing to undertake war with the
Americans to obtain this result, and to set
tle the matter a consultation of insurgent
generals was called. The subject was dis
cussed in its various phases and finally put
to vote, thi ballot standing twenty-three
to seven in favor of American rule in what
ever manner the United States should de
I was talking with a colonel of the in
surgent army this afternoon and he told me
that the insurgents would abide by any de
cision the United States might, make, pro
vided the islands were not returned to
Spain. To be left under the dominion of
Spain seems to be the only possible result
of which they are afraid and they say that
this they will never submit to.
Last Wednesday I had the pleasure, if
such an adventure can be termed a pleasure,
of attending a funeral. I was strolling along
c side street of Manila, and hearing the
music of a guitar and mandolin in a house
across the way, I stopped* a moment to lis
ten. I had hardly been there a minute when
a Filipino, who I afterwards learned was
the father of the dead child, came out, beck
oned to me and asked me to come inside: his
face was wreathed in smiles, and his jollity,
coupled with the fact that the orchestra
was at that time playing a lively waltz, led
me to believe that there must be socio kind
of a party in progress.
I entered and it was not until I had crone
upstairs and into the main room that I dis
covered the true nature of the celebration.
for by no ot her name could it well be called.
At the center of one side of the room was
the family altar, without which no native
house is complete, and on a tablo immedi
ately in front, feet toward the altar, head
slightly raised so that if the eyes were open
ed the first object to meet the gase would be
the cross, was the body of a girl of lb or 12
years, dressed in white and with a wreath
of white llowers on her brow. The assem
bled company, some thirty or thirty-five
men, women, boys and jrirls, were all in
gala attire, and in the intervals between
the musical numbers laughed and chatted
much as an American audience would at v
reception or musical, and none laughed or
chatted more gaily than did the host and
father of the dead child and his wife. The
orchestra played waltzes, polkas and
marches of the liveliest kind, two oi* three
of the scnoritas present sanp little love
sonrrs an<l it really seemed to me that I was
the saddest one of all.
Cigars, cigarettes, lemonade and anisette
were passed around, and later in the even
in), a light lunch was served, and during i f
nil there was never a tear or a sad word
spoken, and except for the presence of the
dead in the room, one would lake it for the
celebration of a wedding or other happy
I hare wondered since ft, nmnne. Ihe Ffl.
tpinos, a death is the occasion for joy, or
if the gaiety in this instance was all as
sumed, hat I can get no farther than that
if it was only a mask put on to cover their
real feelings it was the finest piece of acting
it has ever Leon mv good fort tine to \virni'N«.
Bids for the Sewer Contract—Hancock
Held to Answer
PAXTA ANA. Nov. B.—The election here
today is passing off quietly, although n
heavy vote is being polled. At noon more
than half the votes had been polled and al
8:30 nearly all votes had been polled. The
situation is indefinite but each party is
sanguine of success.
The city trustees met in regular session
last night after a vacation of several weeks.
The principal business of the evening was
the opening of bids for the sewer system in
Santa Ana. Fourteen bids were received
Horn parties in Los Angeles, San Francisco
and other places. The firm of William
Belcher Co. of San Francisco was the lowest'
bidder. They offer to put in the system
complete for $36,844.44. The next lowest
bids were from William Gardner of Los
Angeles, for $39,000 and C. L. Powell of
Santa Monica, for $41,500. The board will
meet again on Thursday evening, when the
bids will be formally accepted and the date
decided for the commencement of the work.
John Hancock, the alleged murderer, was
!aki nto Fullerton yesterday for a prelim
inary trial before Justice Johnson on a
charge of assault to kill. lie was held to
answer in the superior court for trial, with
bail fixed at $1000, nnd was brought bail;
here for safekeeping in the county jail.
At a meeting of Hermosa chapter, Order
Eastern Star, last night, the following of
ficers were elected to serve for the ensuing
year: W. M., Mrs. Bowes; W. P., W. M.
Scott; A. M., Mrs. Chrisman; secretary.
Mrs. Whiddenj treasurer, Mrs. Colby; con
ductress. Mrs. True; associate conductress,
Miss Pauline Reinhaui.
Nellie Luntsford, aged 3 years, died Sun
day at the home of her parents in Newhope.
oi scarlet lever in the most virulent form.
All precaution was taken to prevent the
spread of the disease, but another case is
reported in the neighborhood.
The new bridge over the Newport slough
has been completed.
lion. T. Oi Toland, Democratic candidate
for member of the state board of equaliza
tion, made a flying trip here yesterday to
visit old friends.
W. G. Meinertxhagen, aged 2o years, died
Sunday of consumption at Orange The re
main- were embalmed and will be kept until
his father arrives from Higginsville. Mo.,
when they will be taken to that place for
Prof, T. C. Welch and D. M. Paker nd
dressed a large audience last night on
Fourth street.
Mrs. C. D. Overshiner and son returned
yesterday from an extended visit in the
Santa Monica
SANTA MONICA, Nov. s.—Fire de
stroyed the residence of John Rut ledge on
Tenth street at noon today. The fire is
supposed to have started from a defective
chimney. Only a couple of trunks were
saved from the flames, The firemen re
sponded promptly, but owing to the dis
tance did not arrive in time tr. save the
building or contents. Insurance on the
house, SSOO.
The voting today in all three precincts
has been disappointing to all concerned.
It is thought that fully 100 votes less than
last year will be cast-
All prices of wali p:iper prrcatly reduced
A. A. Eckstrom. 321 Pouth Porins street.
James M. Harcourt, a fire insurance man
of San Francisco, is visiting this city.
Tutt's Pills
Cure All
Liver Ills
Arrest disease by the timely use oi
Tutt's Liver Pills, an old and favor
ite remedy of increasing popularity.
Always cures
sour stomach, malaria, indigestion,
torpid liver, constipation, and all
bilious diseases.
Notice of Assessment
pany.—Location of principal place of
business. Los Ant'cles California. Lo
cation of efflce No. 134 South Broad
way. .
Notice is hereby given that at a regular
meeting of the hoard of directors held on
the 15th day of October, ISits. an assessment
of $20 per share or DO per cent on ench one
hundred dollars, was levied upon the sub
scriber! capital stck of the corporation,
payable on or before November 25, IS9S, in
United States gold coin, to the general man
ager of Bald company at its office No. ISO
South Broadway, in said city of Los An
geles, California.
Any stock upon which this nssc.s=ment
shall remain unpaid on the 25th day of
November, IS9S. will foe delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction, and un
less payment b» made before will bo sold
on Tuesday, the 3d i?ay of January. 1899, if
pay the delinquent assessment, together
with cost of advertising and expenses of
By order of the Board of Directors.
G. A. DOBINSON, Secretary.
ceived ln the oifioe of the city clerk of the
city of San PedtO, on or before tho 15th
day of November, IS'JB, up to the hour of £
oclock p. m., for furnishing the city of San
Pedro ten or fifteen acres of water lands,
situated within seven miles of San Pedro,
and contulning un abundance of pure, soft
water, suitable for all domestic purposes
for said city.
All proposals to give full and complete
details in reference to location, price and
elevation above tide-water; and also at
what depth an abundant supply of fresh
water may be obtained.
All proposals to be 1 accompanied by a cer
tified check. In ten per cent of tho amount
of said proposal, and made payable to the
order of tho president of the board of trus
tees of the city of San Pedro.
The board reserves the right to reject nny
and all bids. 3. v. CONNOR,
City Clerk of Sun Pedro.
Dated at San Pedro, October 27, 1695.
Stockholders' Meeting
I the annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Crystal Springs Land' and Water
company will be held on Monday, Novem
ber 21st, nt •■>, oolock p. m., at the office of
I the company, 330 New Hieh street, ln tbe
j city of Los Angeles, for the election of a
I board of directors for the ensuing year.
! and 'he transaction of such other business
as may properly come before the meeting.
- 1 H H.i MOTT, Secretary.
Los Angeles. Nov. 8, IS!)*.
Stockholders' Meeting
the annual meeting of tbe stockholders
of the Los Angel, s City Water company
will be held on Monday, November 21st, at
3 oclock p. m.. ut the office of the company,
330 New High street, in the city of Los An
geles, for tho election of » board of direct-
I ors for the ensuing y. ar, and the transac
tion of such other business as may properly
come before tilt- meeting.
21 s. H, MOTT, Secretary.
Los Angeles, Nov. a.
Th© Surgical Chair and its Tortures May bo Avoided by Women Who
Heed Mrs. Pinkham's Advice.
Woman's modesty is natural; It is charming.
To many women a full statement of their troubles to a male physician Is al
most impossible. The whole truth may be told to Mrs. Pinkham because aha
is a woman, nnd her advice is freely
offered to all women sufferers.
Mrs. O. K. Ladd, of 19th and N 'J^^-^^
recommended it to many friends. If only
all suffering women would try it. there would be '
more happy homes and healthy women. I thank
you for the change your medicine has made in me.
Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Mrs. Pinkham's advice, have |
saved thousands of women from hospital operations. j
The lives of women are hard; whether nt home with a ceaseless round of do
mastic duties or working at some regular employment, their daily tasks make |
constant war on health. If all women understood themselves fully and knew j
bow exactly and soothingly Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound acts j
ou ' tbe female organs, there vjould be less suffering. ,
Lyflla E. PinknanVs VegetabTeComponad; a Woman's Bcmedy for Woawi'sins
Capital paid up $500,000.00
Surplus and reserve $925,000.00 |
I W. HELLMAN, President; H. W. HELLMAN, Vlce-Pres.; H. 3. FLEISH
MAN Ca«hi--r; G. HEIMAN. Assistant Cashier. Directors—H. W. PERRY. O. W. I
Special Collection Department. Correspondence Invited. Our Safety Deposit De- 1
partment offers to the public sates for rent ln Its new Fire and Burglar-Proof Vault. ,
which Is the strongest, best guarded and best lighted ln the city. |
At Los Angeles.
Capital and Profits, 8270,000.00
B. C. mrEB E LL OFF .. C . E . IW ....Pres; a ent S C. HUBBELL, T. E. NBWLIK. O. a
O. H. CHURCHILL Vice President CHURCHILL. J. M. g OlgMaj
R. I. ROGERS Assistant Casbler a. HADLEY.
United States Depository
CAPITAL 1500,000.00 SURPLUS $50,000.00
TOTAL - $350,000.00
W. C. PATTERSON President VV. D. WOOLWINE Cashier '
WARREN GILLELEN...Vice President E. W. Coe and R. W. Kenney, Ass't Cash'rs i
W. C. Patterson-. Warren Gtllelen, P. M. Green, E. P. Johnson, Wm. M. Van !
Dyke W. C. Brown. L. C. MeKeeby. F. P. Flint.
" This bank has no deposits ot either t he county or city treasurer, and therefore |
no preferred creditors. j
Corner Main and Second Streets
H.W. Hel'man. J. F. Sartcrl.W. L Graves,
J F SARTORI President H. J. Fleishman, C. A. Shaw. F. O. John
' At'RICE S. HELLMAN, Vice President son. J. H. Shar.k'.a.-.d, J. A. Graves. M. t_
W. D. LONGYEAR Cashier Fleming, M. S. Hellman. W. D. Long-fear.
Interest paid on term nnd ordinary depo-lts
Money loaned on Srst-cl-sn real estate
p.. , S oc i_ MOO.OOO Surplus ar.d undivided profits over tXO.QOt
j _ ELLIOTT President W. G. KERCKHOFF Vice President
FRANK A GIBSON Cashier W. T. S. HAMMOND....Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS—J. 11. Elliott, J. D. Blck nell, F. Q. Story, H. Jevne, J. D. Hooker, ,
W C. Patterson, Wm. G. Kerckhoff.
No public funds or other preferred depoa lis received at this bank.
Capital F aid U P 8100,000
Junction 'I Main, Spring and Temple (treets (Temple block), Los Angeles.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS—T. L. Duque, President; I. N. Van Nuys, Vice
President; B. V. Duque, Cashier; H. W. Hellman. Kaspare Kohn, H. W. O'Melveny,
J B Larikershlm. O. T. Johnson, Abe Has s, W. G. Kerckhoft.
Money loaned on r./I estate. Interest p aid on term and ordinary deposits.
152 North Spring St. Interest Paid on Deposits
DIRECTORS—J. H. Braly, J. M. Elliott, H. Jevne. Frank A. Gibson, Simon Ma let, W.
D. Woolwlne, W. C. Patterson. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent
Paid Up Capital and Profits $150,000.
COR MAIN AND FIRST STS. Victor P cnet. President; L W. Bllnn and C. N.
Flint, Vice President?; M. N. Avery, Cashier; P. F. Schumacher, Assistant Cashier.
interest raid on deposits. Money loaned on real estate. |
212 1-2 South Spring Street New York and Chicago Markets
Direct Wires. References: i
Quickest Service. National Bank of California.
Telcph-ne Main 912. Los Ange'es National Bank.
Daily report mailed upon application. F. P. BURCH, Cashier.
230 North Main Street
J. E. Plater. President; H. W. Hellman, Vice President; W. M. Caswell, Cashier.
Directors—l. W. Hellman, J. E. Plater, H. W. Hellman, I. W. Hellman, Jr., W. M. I
Interest paid on deposits. Money to loan on first class real estate.
Glass & Long Blank Book Manufacturers
213-215 NEW HIOH ST. Log Angela* ooao » •
New York Specialists
The only physicians in the city that are grad
uates oi first class medical colleges
md have diplomas legally regis*
tered who treat diseases of men only.
Sures guaranteed. 25 yrs. experience.
230# S. Main St., Los Angelea
I $91 Standard remedy tor Gleet, /*"*\
Gonorrhoea and Runnings
IN 48 HOURS. ?r
Cures Kidney and bladder Troubles.
From I.oi Angelo* to Depart Arrive
Cilendnle, Tropico j «7:osam tuS:2oaui
«nd Vcrdugo Park I a6:'2o pra n6:4ti pm
I'nssdena. f 56:50 am s.B:S3am
Oarvauza and > Bts:3sain as:olpra
Ottrlcli Farm V S»lB°ps» aStSOpst
~ „ . I ae:10 am aS-.lGam
fcau fe'lro, al:3spm a 12:15 pra
I nr. Beach, . , 6: i o J m aA:l2pm
A!Mutton aud r c7-47r>ra
Terminal Island Ull:3oam s7:47pia
Altadcna and
Mount Lowe nB:3sain aSrUSpm
Caiallna Island aS:4U«m as:l2u a
uUally, cSundiy only. sßaturday only.
Boyle lleiguu. Downey avenue ana Dily
street car Unes pass Terminal-stations.
City ticket office, 230 Bouth Spring street.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
I L The company'! elegant
m. steamers SANTA ROSA
HFSggjkw ant] CORONA leave RE
nrTTTTtai DONDO at 11 a. m. and
port IjOs anoeles at
nSyj) 2:30 p. m. fir Han Fran
fMrrtV i7lfTTtni rlsco via Santa Barbara
1 ' and Porl Harford Nov. 3,
5 a 13 17 2T, 25, 26, Jan.' 2 'anil every
fourth day thereafter. Leave PORT LOS
ANGELES at 0 a, m. and REDONDO at
10 a m. for San Diego Nov. L 6, 9, 13, 17,
21 25 '".1 Dee. 3, 7, 11, 15, 19. 23, 27, 31, Jan. 4,
arid every fourth day thereafter.
Cars connect via Redondo leave Santa Fe
depot at 9.55 a. m., or from Redondo Ry.
depot at 9:30 a. m. Cars connect via Port Los
Angeles leave S. P. R. K. depot at 1:35 p. m.
for steamers north bound.
The steamers COOS DAY and ORIZABA
DRO for San Francisco via Ventura, Car
pintcriu. Santa Barbara, Gavlota, Port
Harford, Cayucos, San Simeon, Monterey
and Santa Cruz at 6:30 p. ra. Nov. 4, 8, 12, 18,
30 21 and 28, Dec. 2, 6, 10,14,18. 22, 26, 30, Jan.
3 and every fourth day thereafter.
Cars connect with steamers via Ban Pedro
leave S. P. R. R- (Arcade depot) at 5:03 p. m.
and Terminal Railway depot at bit p. m.
For further Information obtain folder.
The company reserves right to Changs,
without previous notice, steamers, sailing
date, antf hour, of Ag ,
124 W. Second St., Los Angeles.
Gen. Agts.. S. P.
Los Angoles depot: Cor. Grand aye. and
Jefferson street. Goes Into effect No. Cth.
Leave . Leave
Los Angeles . Redondo
for Redondo: for Los Angeles
9:30 a. m., dally 8:00 a. m., dally
1:30 p. m.dally 11:00 a. m., dally
4:30 p. m.. daily 3:15 p. m., daily
11:30 p. m., Sat. only 6:30 p. m.. Sat. only
Take Grand aye. electric cars or Matn
St. and Agricultural Park cars.
L. J. PERRY, Superintendent,
The Teachers' [lection Comes Next
The Candidates Have Been Chosen by the People at Large
and on December 31st the Three Candidates Having the
Largest Number ot Votes Will Be Awarded The Herald
Prizes* Consisting of a Fine Piano, a Gold Watch and a Set
of Bedroom Furniture—No Race, Sex or Age Prevents Any
From Voting Early and Often In This Contest—Returns Are
Published in Each Morning's Herald of Previous Day's Vote
IKSeSS than one thousand votes were polled in the Contest yesterday, as everybody
1 H was busy in electing their chosen candidates to the state and county offices.
™* Now election is out of the way the track is clear for the Contest. Everybody
should strive to poll a large vote this week to aid their favorite teacher in winning one
of The Herald souvenir prizes. Read the election returns in this issue, then get to
work for your teacher friend.
——Auxiliary Prizes—- —
The Herald ia going to give another unnamed present on Saturday, November 18th, to the teacher who gets
the largest number of votes from today untU the stated date. Remember, The Herald never fools its pa
trons. The prize for this occasion will be a nice one, well worth working for. This gives those down the
line s chance to win the prize and add largely to their total.
The Herald's Prize m "i^Sm^ 5 h
; . '^I^Q. Castelar ».IW
(// \ Barracloußh. Mlss Nettle A.. Arroyo. 7,75!
•-" Ii '// Bttffr M Williams, Mrs. Josle, Sentous street.. D.406
| % ,| mil" I, \ |iirfeiiff Hayes, Mlss Fannte. Rosedale school. 5.310
S _l-^==<= Mg *^^2^> f J Curtln. Mlss Louise. Cambria street.. 6,188
3 Trltt, Miss Mamie, Hewitt st school. &.1W
| '*^^'^f!^^sp^fffi^^^ l |S/»J J U Keppel, Mirk, Union aye. school 4.301
| |P fM/%y%fy%& Ira ] ftl Norton. Mlss Mtna, Ann-st. school s.r.u
\ . W w\\ jell Millard, J. 8., Spring st. school 3,009
- lYfifflf v\ Newby, Mlss Nellie J., Griffin aye.... 2,355
ff/A \ \wW^^^^yy^y ; V lt ' —" llL ' <: '' a " hcy ' W|£S opnl, r,lstPr st 2.303
WW ' XUjy&ffi' g!i;:S fflkW^ 1 Campbell, I.aura J.. Olive st. school.. 2.288
■{fa& j —««gg Madden. Mrs. K. L., Breed St. school. 2,041
jjg i Dick. Mlss Nettle G., Cambria street. 1.046
St. Clair. Mlss Nellie, Maoy-st. school 1,219
Btanbury, Mlss May, Tonth-st school. 1,120
\> , , . , Horrell, Mlss M. R.. Castelar street.. 996
A Fin* Mozart f Drhiht Piano, mahogany case, beautiful finish, superior tone.
Direct fromhctcn" Aninstrument that retails regularly at $400. This grand Cook. Mlss Mary A.. Band St school.. M 0
instrument is the first prize in the contest. It will pay to work for it. Blddle, Mlss Mary A., Woodbury Busl-
ness College SSI
Forshay, Mlss Amelia M.. Norwood.. 826
p Putnam, Miss 8., Breed st. 5ch001...... 768
Ramsdell, Mrs. M.. Sixth-st. school.. 766
Clark, Mlss Catherine. Ann-st school. 707
] s prom O'Neill, Mlss F., Hewitt st. 5ch001.... 620
# Dunham, Mlss Florence A., High sch. 607
Fe Me REICHE, Cowan. Mlss E.. Ninth-st. school 538
Walton, Mlss Carrie A., Union avenue. 484
Gold and BllT«rSinltn T^XoTli M lss Clara. Chestnut-at school 461
235 South Spring Street Glasscock, Mlss Ida. 28th-st. 5ch001.... 465
Gordon, Mlss Bertha E.. Sixteenth at 444
A fine Waltham Solid Gold Cased Watch Oswald. Mlss TUlle, Ban Pedro st. 401
for either lady or gentleman. Go see the Finch, Mlss Eunice M., Slxth-st 413
watches and the new stock of goods now Trltt, W. W.. Amelta-st. school 886
being opened for inspection and sale. Anderson. Mlss Fidelia, Elghth-.t.... 4»
B Bettlnger, M. C Thlrtleth-st. school. 373
Phillips, Mlss Alice H., Alpine st 366
Bear, Mlss Mary 15., Sixteenth- at 360
tC Dexter, Mlss Tetta 8., Breed-et 325
1 fllll Q ll I Isfitf ■aOlll Atherton, Mlss Ruth, Boyd-st. school 313
Clark, Margaret S., Gates st 310
Barker Bros., furniture, 420.24 s. spring st. %
/*\ Dolland, Ed, Santa Fe Aye. 5ch001.... SW
1 «»ll tttn Horgan, Mlss Gertrude, Ann st. school 247
§W l ' Geta, Mlss X., Cambria st school 245
\vt Freeman, Mrs. C. 8.. Slxth-st.Bchool 244
yiv W"' - a\\ I *£l■ Benour, Bertha U., Grlffln-ave. school 241
/Jn '//atMli fflffl \\l I I f Voder, Joseph P., Pico Heights school 223
\ YtS? Mwir H LgL S ft fe. - - - Field, Mlss E. M., Staunton St. school 212
J ifrStf*"* K^~w-js-^^fc's M Tlcknor, Mlss Gertrude, Castelar st.. 20S
, ' . f film- m t-M Marsh, Mlss Alice, Hfvonth st. ochool. 208
TffktfiagS? L '* Brodbeck, Mlss Kate, Santa Fe-avo... 199
<fri i»....a ~\m " f^^^ *J& Thurston, Mlss E. A., Custer at. school 199
•as *J. _ | *a| Lamb, Miss Bessie, San Pedro st. sch. 192
r ~\ jii LigTl saSaat Lotspelch, Mlss Jessie, Thirtieth 5t.... 175*
■»a * »—' 1 Kennedy, Miss Nettle, Chcstnut-st.. 173
?Sg. "" m ' f iS^'- Hyde. Miss Olive. Thlrtloth-st. school 166
1 " J ) WmJmMr Bates, Mlss E„ 28th St. school 164
' * Phelps, Mlss Mury, Hays st. school... 163
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