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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 August 1890

THE TEMPLARS. Install New Officers at the Annual Meeting. The Los Angeles county district lodge I. O. G. T. had its annual meeting at Santa Monica on the 21st instant. District Chief Templar W. G. Hall pre sided and conducted the initiation of six members. The grand chief templar of the state conferred the grand lodge de gree on those elegible. In the afternoon session the following officers were installed by the Grand Chief Tempelar of California, Wm Simms; Dist. P. C. T., W. I. Hill; Diet. C. T., E. M. Starr; Dist. V.T., Miss Cornellieus ; Dist. C, P. Ashton; Dist. Secretary, L. S. Simmons; Dist. Treas urer "VV. H. Lloyd; Dist. S. J. "VV., Mrs, "Wright; Dist. M., Mr. Wilson; Dist. Guard, Mable Marshall; Dist. Sentinel, W. D. Clark; Dist. Assistant Secretary, E. A. Allinson; Dist. I). Marshal, Maud Nelson; Dist. Chaplain, A. J. Smith. NELLIE POWERS' DANGER. She Owes Her Life to Plucky Pearl Tompkins. Miss Nellie Powers went out to swim yesterday morning at Redondo, and neglecting t...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 23 August 1890

8 BOYS' CLOTHING DEPT. $1.5? JB» $3.0!f O /orth $2.25 Wffl B Worth $4.00 STYLE 2 f' STYLE 5 Cassimere ||HH|, Cassiniere Worth $2.75 Worth $5.00 Suits, #E? r 'Suits, O J2.50 - J2.^ OQ Pair of Stilts given with each Suit. Watch this Space for the announcement of the open ing of our New Boys' Clothing Department. CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. ■ o MEN'S f MEN'S f MEN'S I f MEN'S I 0 $1.95 I $2.70 h $3.80 - $465 5 PANTS. s PANTS. p PANTS. s PANTS. > X_J Two seventy is the Three eighty for all j Four sixty-five we This is almost like J price we quote for wool, nobby Panta- name for a line of . giving 'em away, when Pants that are good ry\ loons, extra well made, Jj? Pants we consider other houses ask $3.00 JL value, for more money. perfect fitters and good good value for $6.50. for the identical same Other concerns ask styles. Regular value Made as near custom goods. $4.50 for the same. $5.75. 3 work as Y ou can find - C H I C A GO DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. ! Report of observa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 August 1890

v THE HERALD ] "stands for the Interests of ""j a Southern California. J FOR IJ^J VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 131. FATAL CONCUSSION. A Singular Accident on the Atlantic and Pacific. A Broken Coupling Causes a Big Smashup. The Wreck Intensified by a Powder Explosion. A Wild Engine Adds to the Excitement- Mike Cramer, of Los Angeles, Fatally Injured. Associated Press Dispatches I Needles, Cal., August 23.—A wreck and explosion occurred on the Atlantic and Pacific road near Homer, about 3:30 o'clock this morning. A double-header freight train was coming into Needles, when the train parted, and afterwards collided, causing the explosion of some powder in one of the cars. Eleven cars were derailed, and some of them blown to pieces. Freight and merchandise were scattered around for several hun dred yards, and the ground for some dis tance was excavated by the explosion. Mike Cramer, of Los Angeles, a boiler maker, sustained a fracture of the thigh, and internal injuries which may prove fatal. An Indi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 August 1890

2 IN THE SWIM. Notes About People Who are In It. The Social Events of The Past Seven Days. Weddings and Tennis, Parties and Personal Gossip. A Catalina Tennis Tournament—Two qr Three Summer Weddings—People Talked About. The grand Razzle-Dazzle tennis tourna ment at Avalon was one of the attrac tions at Catalina last Tuesday, at Idle Wild tennis court, corner Broadway and Crescent avenue. The committee of •arrangements were Prof. R. L. Kent, B. D. Frankenfield, J. Fred Blake and A. W. P. Kinney\ Umpires, George Stamm and M. R." Craig. Scorers, Jesse T. Barks and Fred Stamm. Line men, W. L. Stewart and W. N. Blinn. The first event was ladies' singles, Miss Lucy Chapman winning the first prize. The second event was gentlemen's singles, and W. L. Stewart won the first prize. W. L. Edwards carried off the aecond prize. In mixed doubles the first prizes were -won by Miss Lucy Chapman and W. L. Edwards. W. L." Stewart and Miss Pau line Lewis took second prizes. In ladies' doubles Misses Ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 August 1890

HORDES OF HEATHEN. The Isthmus of Panama Over- run by Chinese. The Natives Taking Steps to Exclude Them. The Colombian Government Asked to Pass Anti-Chinese Laws. A San Francisco Lawyer Starts For China to Bring Over 8,000 Coolies For Mexico. Associated Press Dispatches. I Panama, August 15. —Since the flour ishing days of the canal boom the isth mus has been overrun with Chinese emigrants, and at last the natives have taken it into their heads that these gen tle heathens are more harmful than beneficial to the country, and that their influx had better be put to a stop. With this object in view an anti-Chinese so ciety has been established. Through the efforts of this society, a memorial numerously signed has been forwarded to the national government, praying for the enactment of anti-Chinese laws. During an anti-Chinese demonstration Sunday, several Chinamen were pretty roughly handled. A Chinese Chestnut. San Francisco, August 23. — Among the passengers on tEie steamer City of Pek...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 August 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Joseph D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS & LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. Kb tared at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS At Me. Per Week, or 80c. Per Mouth. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE; Daily Herald, one year 18.00 Daily Hebald, six months 4.25 Daily Hebald, three months 2.25 Weekly Herald, one year 2.00 Weekly Herald, six months 1.00 Weekly Herald, three months 60 Illustrated Hebald, per copy 15 Notice to Mail Subscribers, fhe papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will ba promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers Will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the same have been paid for in advance. This rule Is inflexible. AVERS & LYNCH. The "Dally Herald" Hay be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice «ews-(ta>d, 103 East Adams street; in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Office...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 August 1890

HOW TO ADVERTISE. The Views of a Man Who Speaks by the Card. 0 . An Interview With a Man Who Does Good Advertising. He Tells How to Catch The Public Eye and Never Fail. Leaks on Horse Troughs And Legends That Run all Over the Sides of Brick Noticing the water troughs about the city to have been painted with the word "Leaks" on them, it occurred to the mind of a Herald reporter that the Leak Glove Manufacturing company of San Francisco had struck Southern California with their advertising outfit, as he had seen the same legend all over the state, and had learned its meaning. So off went the reporter to hunt up the manager of an advertising scheme that has become famous all over the coast. Hailing a gang of painters, whose overalls were covered with paint, and who were putting an advertisement all over the side of a blacksmith's shop, near.the depot, he asked them where the manager might be found. He was told that Mr. Leak could be found at the Hollenbeck hotel, the most popular hoste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 August 1890

6 THE CATTLE THIEVES. Mnngia Released on Habeas Corpus and Immediately Re-arrested. The long delayed writ of habeas cor pus sued out by Pedro Mungia, held by Justice Savage to answer for grand lar ceny, came up finally before Judge Che ney yesterday afternoon. Westcott, the short hand reporter, being still ill and unable to transcribe his note, the evi dence adduced at the examination was submitted, by stipulation, from the recollection of the attorneys in the case. The whole matter hinged upon the words told by the prisoner to Sheriff Aguirre in the presence of Mr. I'alien: " Others are implicated. Thomas Al vitre is one. I expect I am done for and it is better that I should go alone." He did not say where he expected to go to nor what the others were impli cated in. That was all the testimony of an incriminating nature adduced at the examination, no connection having been shown between Reyes who has con fessed to the stealing of the sixteen head of cattle of the Laguna ranch and t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 August 1890

THE RAILROADS. Heavy Rains in Arizona Delay the Trains for Several Days. J. A. Muir of the Southern Pacific re turned home today. Thomas B. Burnett of the Los Angeles. Pasadena and Glendale. has gone to San Francisco to meet B. F. Ho bart and escort him to this city. By the first of October, Richard Kerens and all the owners of the property will be here to see about developments of great i m portance. A. B. Deesery, of the Wabash, with bis family, has gone down to pay a visit to Oceanside and San Diego. Tlje robbing of the Southern Pacific depot at San Gabriel a week ago last night remains as much of a mystery as ever. The burglars were not able to open the safe and got very little plunder. It seems to have been an at tempt by novices. For ten days psat the rains in Arizona have been omst ex cessive. InCienega canon on the South ern Pacific east of Tucson, the floods have come down with their old time violence. Had the road not been raised to higher ground last fall, very ! serious ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 24 August 1890

8 BOYS' CLOTHING DEPT. Vorth « B Worth Worth $2.75 Worth $5.00 $2 ifßfi j 2 15 s ' Worth $3.25 Worth $4.00 Pair of Stilts given with each Suit. Watch this Space for the announcement of the open ing of our New Boys' Clothing Department. CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. MEN'S F I MEN'S f I MEN'S f MEN'S $1.95 I $2.70 I $3.80 S $4.65 PANTS. s PANTS. p PANTS. s PANTS. XT A l_j Two seventy is the ■^ = *- Three eighty for all j Four sixty-five we This is almost like T price we quote for jSj wool, nobby Panta- _f name for a line of giving 'em away, when r Z- y Pants that are good ry\ loons, extra well made, JP Pants we consider other houses ask $3.00 I value, for more money. perfect fitters and good /-p good value for $6.50. for the identical same Other concerns ask Q styles. Regular value A Wade as near custom goods. $4.50 for the same. $5-75- work as y ou can find - C H IC AGO DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. 23, 1890: I w. Foggy. Cl'less a. m.; p. m. 1 9 Max. tern., 84; mm. tern.. 60. Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 August 1890

k THE HERALD ] r Stands for the Interests of «| n Southern California. ,j [ SUBSCRIBE FOR IT. j VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 132. IN STATU QUO. The Trouble on the Vander bilt Lines. A General Strike Has Not Yet Been Ordered. The Council at Terre Haute Still • Debating the Ouestion. If President Depew U True to His Word He Will Throttle Vice President Webb. Associated Press Dispatches. I Terre Haute, Intl., August 24. — Nothing authoritative will be given out as to the deliberations of the supreme council of the United Railway Employ ees, which convention convened here yesterday, until tomorrow at the earli est. It is among the probabilities that a decision by the council may not be reached for several days. Sunday saw no convening of the council proper, but this does not mean that agencies were not at work. The council last night put into the hands of Grand Secretary Dcbbs of the Brotherhood of Firemen, Vice Grand Master Morrisey, of the Brotherhood of Trainmen, and Vice Grand Master Downey, of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 August 1890

2 SCHOOL OF METHODS. THE SUMMER GATHERING- OF TEACHERS AT SANTA MONICA. Features of the Work Done—Prof, Dickin son's Interesting Lectures—The Fac ulty of the School—Those in Attend ance. The method department of the sum- i mer school at Santa Monica, under the efficient management of Prof. E. P. Rowel! and Dr. A. W. Plummer, closed its three weeks session on August Ist. It is probably owing to the fact that the gammer school is a newcomer in Cali fornia, that the attendance was not so large as the management deserved. However the unmbers were sufficient to make it thoroughly satisfactory in every respect, save financially. The faculty consisted of Prof. John Dickinson of the University of Southern California, Will S. Monroe, superinten dent of schools at Pasadena city, Mrs. J. Powell Rice, special teacher of music in San Diego schools, Mrs. A. W. Plum mer of the national school of elocution and oratory, Dr. Leroy D. Brown of the Los Angeles high school, ( formerly president of the N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 August 1890

TURTLE STEW. A Lively Trip to the Santa Ritas. Scared By a Band of Indian Horses. A Shoemaker Who Objected to Being Poisoned. And Would'nt Starve Either—An Indian Battle Where Empty Whisky Bottles Were the Offensive Weapons. [Written for the Herald. J A few months after the Southern Facific railroad had heen extended be yond Tucson, I happened to be in that place to which noTucsonite ever dreams of alluding otherwise than by the appel ative of " Ancient and Honorable Pueblo." The rainy season, which occurs in the summer in Arizona, was just over, and the weather, though yet hot, was splendid. While taking in the sights of the Barrio Libre, the Mexican ward of Tuc son, I ran against a Los Angeles shoe maker, who had become a prospector. It was the time of the mining excite ment in Aiizona, and the army of pros pectors had been recruited from all trades and professions. Many a tailor made a competency in those days that he could never have hoped to attain with his goose and needle, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 August 1890

4 DAILY HERALD. PUBLISHED SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. JoeaPH D. Lynch. James J. Ayers. AVERS A LYNCH. - PUBLISHERS. 'Catered at the postoffice at Los Angeles as second-class matter.] DELIVERED BY CARRIERS H j»Oc. Fer Week, or 80c. Fer Month. TERMS BY MAIL, INCLUDING POSTAGE: Daily Hebald, one year $8.00 Daily Hebald, six months 4.25 DAILY Herald, three mouths 2.25 Wbbkly Herald, one year 2.00 W«maly Hebald, six months 1.00 Wbbkly Hebald, three months * .60 Illustrated Herald, per copy 15 Notice to Mail Subscribers. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Los Angeles Daily Herald will bo promptly discontinued hereafter. No papers will be sent to subscribers by mail unless the mtmM have been paid for in advance. This rule m inflexible. AVERS & LYN(?H. The "Dally Herald" May be found in San Francisco at the Palace hotel news-stand; in Chicago at the Postoffice Win-stead, 103 Fun Adams street; in Denver at Smith & Sons' news-stand, Fifteenth and Lawrence streets. Office of P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 August 1890

Highest of all in Leavening Power.—TJ. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. ABSOLUTELY PURE THE DRAMA. THE GRAND TO OPEN THIS WEEK FOR A SHORT SEASON. Bits of History of the Stage Near and Re mote From Our Time. Next Wednesday, the Grand opera house opens in Mark Twain's new drama, "The Prince and the Pauper," with clever little Miss Elsie Leslie in the leading role. The season will con tinue the rest of the week with a Sat urday matinee. "The Prince and the Pauper." For the production of the new play, "The Prince and the Pauper," there have been made preparations of unusual extent and expensiveness at the Grand opera house; a series of picturesque, scenes portraying London in the six teenth century, and a stage fully peopled with representatives of English life in that era, will make the spectacular aspect of the new drama uncommonly attractive. Elsie Leslie's acting will draw to her a large and earnest body of admirers who will endeavor to give her youthful stellar debut due impor tanc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 August 1890

6 E. B. P. Written for the Herald. There are many reasons given— 'Twere to enumerate— Why a Democrat should govern Tnis great, golden western state: But whate'er the governor's politics, We must all surely agree He should have that sterling virtue Which wise men call probity. He should be a man of action. Of tried and proved attainment; A man to rule in justice, His deeds above arraignment: He should per-oually handle The government reins And be generously gifted With the articiecalled "brains'" His should be a rule politic In this state of huge dimension. That our interests should not suffer From internecine dissensions; He should curb the lavish outlays Of the people's public servants, And the precepts of economy Should have most strict observance. Can we find by keenest searching From the sierra to the sea Such a paragon of virtue As this great ideal would be? You w 11 see his name emblazoned; We have every letter conned; True men will all hail the victory Of our standard bearer ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 August 1890

SHE WEARS TROUSERS. A WOMAN WHO HAS NOT HAD A DRESS ON IN FIFTEEN YEARS. Her Husband Complained That Her Clothes Cost Too Much, and She Re- solved Never to Wear a Skirt Again—lt Is No Jenness Miller Business with Her. "Say, what kind of people are those folks on the ranch about three miles back?" asked a dusty stranger as he drove into San Pablo. "There are lots of ranches three miles back," answered a resident. "Well, I'll tell you what happened to me and maybe you'll know the place. I was driving along about a mile this side of Pinole and I saw somebody in a blue jumper shoveling just inside the fence by the roadside. He didn't pay any attention to me and landed a shovelful of dirt right in front of my horse. The horse reared back, and as soon as he got quiet I started in to curse the shoveler. He didn't pay any attention to that and I got out to lick him. "Well, I didn't do it. That fellow just looked into my face, and if it wasn't a woman I'll eat a house and lot. She wore trous...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 25 August 1890

8 BOYS' CLOTHING DEPT. Worth $2.25 Worth $4.00 Worth $2.75 By 1 Worth $5.00 Suits, m Suits, $2.50 $2.15 Worth $3.25 f Worth $4.00 Pair of Stilts given with each Suit. Watch this Space for the announcement of the open ing of our New Boys' Clothing Department. CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. MEN'S F I MEN'S f MEN'S f MEN'S $1.95 I $2.70 I $3.80 § $4.65 PANTS. s PA NTS. p PANTS. s PANTS. l_J Two seventy is the Three eighty for all j Four sixty-five we This is almost like J price we quote for wool, nobby Panta- _ name for a line of giving 'em away, when Pants that are good ry\ loons, extra well made, Pants we consider other houses ask $3.00 -L value, for more money. ■*■ perfect fitters and good r-i\ good value for $6.50. for the identical same Other concerns ask Q styles. Regular value Made as near custom goods. $4-50 for the same. $5-75- S work as you can find. C H I C A GO DAILY HERALD. United States Signal Service. tteport of observations taken at Los Angeles, August '24, 1890: Time, i Bar. ; T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 August 1890

k the: herald ] "stands for the Interests of "3 a Southern California. J FOB IT. VOL. XXXIV.—NO. 133. MOST GO IT ALONE. No General Strike on The Vanderbilt Lines. The Terre Haute Council Pub lishes its Edict. The Knights of Labor Must Fight Their Own Battles. No Grounds Found for Ordering a General Strike, Though Plenty of Sympathy is Offered. Associated Press Dispatches. I ' TERSE Haute, Ind., August 25.—The executive council of the United Order of Railway Employees went into session about 8 o'clock this morning. At 5 o'clock this evening the following message, signed by President Sargent and Secretary Sheehan, was sent to Powderly at Albany: "The supreme council adjourned this afternoon after carefully considering the strike in all its details. You will note the result of our deliberations in tonight's dispatches, which it is hoped will meet with your approval. The council was unanimous in considering your position, and the grand executive board most earnestly hopes that the right...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles herald. — 26 August 1890

2 THE TAX RATE. The Finance Committee Reports to the Council. A Rate of One Dollar and Twenty Cents Recommended^ The Citizens Water Company's Open Ditch Considered. Yesterday's Meeting of the Council—Sev eral Important Matters Acted Upon —The Tax Levy and Board of Education. At ten o'clock yesterday morning, the city council met in regular session, President Frankenfield and all the mem bers, with the exception of Mr. Brown, present. After the usual preliminary business had been disposed of, City Clerk Teed submitted the corrected assessment roll in seven volumes. He reported that all the proceedings of the board of equalization had been conducted strictly according to law, and he stated that the total footings showed that the levy for tax for municipal purposes would have to be (1.20. The matter was referred to the finance committee. The reports of the street superinten dent, board of education and zanja com mittee having been read and adopted, that of the board of health was taken...

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