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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 September 1893

WHEELED FOR WEAL OR WOE. Ist Wliiiiffs anil Looseifl fti.. tuo Riverside Rac«t. ••asm. wins Kirn Titse is tbe B>oad Katie V « «•»<• ot RtversH* SVlns STlrst *"«•<■-Cos Defeated In tho Sill* Masdleap — llorke and Uastle saea win uif tc rents. Roa<t nae»— First time, William Jen kins, i.ms Angeles. Koart Race-Second time, H. I>. Wil liams, Santa Paula. Koasl Kaea—First place—Victor D. Mo bl«, Ittverelde. Hoed Raoe—Second place, K. A. Wil liams. Alharahra. Onr-Wlie Novice—W. O. Honstfn, l.oa Angeles. Two-:nlls division championship—W. A. Barks, I>oi Angeles. One mile, Paolflo coast championship — W. A. Bnrke, Loe Angeles. One-mile handicap—Casey Castleman, Hlveralde. One-mile elnb handicap—H. K. Mc- Crea. Rlvsnlds. Half-mile handicap—J. Jhll Perclval, I.Angeles. Five-mile division championship—Car son Shoemaker, Btreralde. The list here given shows the winners in the second annual race meet at River aide yesterday. Tbe day was perfect, a slight breeze stirring. Early ...

Publication Title: Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 September 1893

6 J INE AUVFRTISEMKN-B. \ The most direct method of if nchlnp the \ public and making known your : '* * WWW A NN N TTTTT SSSS W WW W AA UN N TBS WWWW A A NNN T 8 WWWW AA NNN T 8 WWWW AA NNN T SSSSS WWWW AAA A NNN T 8 WW WW A A N X N T | ! W W A AN N N T 8 8 WW A A N NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad. columns oi Tne Herald. It Is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. OOC L A „SS S S SS S II FFFIJ F.EK DDD B°i A AA A«SB «8S |r KF D D A DDD L EKKTTTTnSSa || EE ? «8S 8 AAA DDL E T X 2 A A DDD LLLLEEK T b SS s Inserted in the columns of The Herald at * * • 6 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. : $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. : Special rates lor a longer period. '* * Persons wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or sell property will do well to ad vertise ln The Herald. OFFICIAL CITY PAPER, j '* -. i CHURCH WOTlOBSj^^^^^ ST. JOHN'S Adams and Figueroa streets. Celebration of the Holy Eucharist at Ba. m.: morning service ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 September 1893

FLASHES FROM FOREIGN LANDS. Emperor William Receives an Ovation at Strasburg*. Insulting French Placards Posted in Conspicuous Places. The Franeb-Slameee Imbroglio Assumes a Bertous l'haec—Germany Ac quires a Coaling Station In the Medlteranean. By the Associated Press. Btkasburo, Sept. 9.—The emperor of Germany arrived here this morning, i His majesty alighted from tbe imperial train at Neufeld station, which was brilliantly decorated for tbe occasion. He rode to the reviewing ground, ac companied by his staff and a guard of cavalry. The emperor was greeted on all sides with cheers of welcome. Ar riving at the parade-ground the Fifteenth army corps was reviewed. Thousands of people were present. After the re view the emperor was entertained by the leading offloials of tbe city of Stras burg. Great preparations bad been made for tbe reception of the emperor in the city. The streets and principal build ing were profusely decorated, and the seven great gates leading through the rampar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 September 1893

8 NOTES Weather Ilnreao. Report of observations taken at Lot Angoles, Sept. U, 1803: Time. | ri:<K> a. m.'', 5 ;00 p. m. : M I 70 88 j 04 I NE Maximum temperature, 80. Minimum tempentun-, 53. Indication.. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; slightly cooler for Sunday; west sriy winds. Tbe promenade concert at Westlake park this afternoon by the Douglas mili tary band will begin at 2:30. Miss Mary L. O'Donougbue has re turned from San Francisco, and will issumn her classes in piano Monday next, September 11th. There are undelivered telegrams at the office of the Western Union Tele graph comptny, corner Main and Court streets, September 9th, for Rev. J. J. Fcrtier, 11. Lechler (2), Ernest Morris. Don't cover your head with aD eccen tricity or a survival that'll suggest a question as to where it came from, but go at once to Desmond's, in the Bryson block, where you'll find everything ap propriate for tall and winter wear. Mr. Sackett Cornell's paper, The Tele gram (ne...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 September 1893

PART II—PAGES 9 TO 16. @:< p;®^:©:©:©:®:©:®:©:®:®:®^ ®. . Mail orders have all the benefit 1 W ffl AJ |1 B\?MM B I $ I ffl H &J| " ' ,128, ,30 ' 132 and 134 North '/» ©of Special Sales and are executed HHH ll| WM M * -% Jsttj | B Springy St. — 123 and 125 North JB> Vr' under our own personal supervision. | «f w wil 9j | H ffi mllßj | I M Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. @ ITHB KIHGIS P6AP!! I LONG LIVE THE KING! § (S) Or, transformed into clothing parlance: "The season is closed—now for the new season 1" The result of our work—of our magnificent prepara- /g) ation for the fall season—is now ready for your inspection. When we ourselves look at it we almost feel like apologizing for the past—the present is so much more perfect—so much more beautiful—than anything heretofore achieved. JS9 © JAGOBY BROS.' NEW FALL SUITS AND NEW FALL OVERCOATS .© ® Are most eloquent exponents of the modern tailors' genius. Gentlemen in the habit of paying from 535 to $60 for their Suits and Overcoat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 September 1893

10 THE PARLIAMENT OF RELIGIONS. The World's Congress of Vari- ous Creed Followers. The Features of the flheosophical Societies' Congress. An Brent at Thins;* This 'Week Which Should Produce Far Beaching; Beneficial KesnlU—What It Sfeaus for ClTlllzatton. Mr. Frank Neubauer, the well known theosophist, furnishes the following paper on an important event: The uarliament of religions is now under way at Chicago, having its vari ous congresses, and perhaps few persons aware of the fact have paused to con sider the vast importance of such an affair or the ensuing results of its achievement as bearing upon the thoughts of men and affecting our future welfare. Tbe fair itself is indeed the marvel of our nineteenth century, with its myriad collections of antiquities of all descrip tions and hosts of modern inventions and devices of human art and skill; its quaint villages, BUch aa our forefathers of the different nations used to live and toil in in tbe pursuit of their happiness; and the st...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 September 1893

OUT ON THE RANCHES Redlands Leader: When tbe golden globes tbat have gleamed amid the or ange leaves are becoming less plentiful, although they may be had in a limited way during tbe summer time, wbat are tbe fruits that nature will bring mean while to tempt tbe epicurean appetites «j| onr people T Let us see. First we an in the heyday of tbe festal harvest of the strawberry, and what a tempting luxury it is. What a glory ol satisfaction tbe richly flavored berry, larga and beautiful, brings to tbe palate, especially if it be dressed in augar and cream—aye, a dish even to tempt tbe gods. These are followed by a profusion of raspber ries and black berries, each with a pecu liar charm all its own. But of tbe many delicioua fruits that come with unvarying recurrence, none surpass tbe mellow, luring and peerless apricot, which begins to ripen about the middle of June. What an enjoyment this fruit affords. One can feast and feast and still continue to feast upon it with never sated appet...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 September 1893

12 New York, September 8, 1803. KIKTS lire made so 101 l all of a Bud den at the very hem that the edge ilutee up and down and the prettiest effect in the world is se cured by a deep facing of silk in a color contrasting to thatcf the skirt piquancy about the glimpse each step causes of this other color that is more pubtle than the flip of tb erstwhile tiik petticoat. Fo one thing, the flip must be more or les premeditated and conscious, while the Other effect the girl need know nothing about. A skirt of dull brown ia thu faced with soft old rose, and worn with an ol<l roso shirt waist. Or, more brave in affect, the shirt waist may be sol blue and t!>e glint of rose at the foot o the gown may be like tbe tlowerß tha bloom iv the spring, and have nothing to do particularly with any other color effect. TWmrned alike at waist and skirt hem. Ad eieiiant example of fashionable I.are, attained both at skirt hem and holders is that portrayed in the initial etiire. This costume is mad...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 September 1893

AMONG THE AUTHORS G. P. Putnam'B Bom of New York bave just Issued The Wilderness Hunter. An aocount of the Big Game o! tbe United States, and Ita Ohase with Hone, Hound and Rifle, by Theodore Roosevelt, a spectacled and sedate little gentleman who baa for years been a member of onr national civil service commission, is tbe last man a stranger would suspect of being like Esau, "a mighty hunter be fore the Lord, bnt be is just tbat sort of a fellow, and be recently made a capital book on the subject, tbe best tbat baa appeared since Oolonel Dodge's, now nearly 20 years old. Mr. Roosevelt baa long owned a ranch in Montana, which compelled him to be, where once In a while he could go for a shot at big game, and he haa improved hia oppor tunities so well that be tella a lot of big stories in tbe mild-mannered atyle of tbe gentleman who ackowledgen the fight ia over when the game is killed. Every variety of wild animal > tbat exists in the Rocky monntains ie described in the manner of ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 September 1893

14 HOW WOOLSEY FOUGHT APACHES. Characteristic Stories of an Arizona Pioneer. He Used Indian Tactics in Fighting: Savages. HIS Strong-hold Waa Pow-Wows—The Deadly Effect of Strychnine Mixed With Pinole Meal. YnmaTimes: All the old residents of Yuma county, and in fact of all Ari sona, knew King S.S. Woolsey, who set tled at Aqua Caliente long before the war. Many of them have fought Apaches side by side with him, and have under his leadership followed the thieving bands with their stolen stock into their very strongholds in tbe cations of the mountains. Many stories are told of his prowess as a fighter and hia ability as a trailer and frontiersman, and tbe case of the Pinole treaty will be easily re called to the recollection of those in tbe territory at the time. The affair be came a matter of history, because the Indians were so badly outwitted, and be aause it broke forever tbe power of one *f the most inhuman branchea of tbe Apache nation. It also raised a howl among the long-hai...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 September 1893

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 10 September 1893

16 THEATRICAL COMMENT Mrs. Mary A. Whito, who is as hei cacri states, special correspondent of the Daily San Diegao, though that paper 1 believe has ceased publication, has writ ten a five-act play called Who Is Tc Blame, which she stateß Mr. Martin Lehman will produce on the 2d prox. with "his new stock company." It is claimed that Who Ia To Blame is original and fresh, and strikes the key note of glaring abueea and popular re forms without dogmatism or cant. »** Miss Jennie Yoamans as Jane shows what a true artist cnn do with n purely farcical par. While she did not lose any opportunity of creating n laugh she preserved thp higher features ol acting throughout tbe performance and pro dared a thoroughly excellent portrait of am English maid servant. «*. The Riverside newspapers have been excitedly discussing the subject of whether a young woman member of the Jane company owore at the waiter who uppet a cup of coffee down her back. The young woman protested that Bhe spoke very polit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 September 1893

TODAY'S FORECAST. FOR DISTRICT OP SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: FAIR WBATHER; NEARLY STATIONARY TEnPER- Al URL; WESTERLY WINDS. VOL. XL. NO. 153 THE LAST CHANGE « THE FEW REMAINING Summer Suits For Wta Must Go WE HAVE MARKED THEM TO ABOUT ONE-HALF THEIR FORMER PRICE Our Fall Stock Is Complete and Novelties Abound. ONE PRICE TO ALL Mullen, Bluett & Co. OPR. SPRING 6c FIRST STREETS. _ _ CRYSTAL PA LAG E 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. BIG DRIVES THIS WEEK IN OUR LAMP DEPARTMENT NIGHT LAMPS, complete, cut from 25c. to 150.- HAND LAMPS, with burner and chimney, cutTrom 30c to 20c. FINE GLASS LAMPS, complete, cut from 35c to 25c. DECORATED STAND LAMPS, with fancy shades, cut from $1.50 to 05c. ELEGANT VASE LAMPS, with shades to match, cut from $2.50 to $1.50. * BANQUET LAMPS, with B. &. n. bumr and silk fringed shade, cut from $3.50 to $2.25. M EYBERG BROS. LOOK AT OUR SHOW WINDOW. SOMETHING NEW % WE ARE SHOWING IN OUR CARPET MB RUG DEPARTMENT A Superb and Varied Line of Private Pattern* Produc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 September 1893

2 THE LEGISLATIVE HOROSCOPE. Nothing in Sight bnt Debate on the Repeal Bill. The Senate Will Devote the Whole Week to the Measure. Nothing Else to Be Attempted Till It Is Finally Disposed or—Nothing Important on the House Programme. By the Associated Press. Washington, Sept. 10.—The senate during the coming week will devote itself almost entirely to discussion of the repeal bill. Possibly there may be an occasional break during the morning hour, but the calendar affords very lit tle scope for diversion in this respect. Tbe calendar is indeed one of tbe brief est of publications these days, owing to the fact that general committee action has been encouraged in tbe interest of legislation on the Sherman act. It con tains two or three bills providing for the settlement of government claims; three resolutions for the payment of ex penses of recent claimants to seats in tbe senate; Senator Morgan's resolution ior a special finance committee; half a dozen measures of minor importance re p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 September 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SANTA ANA. Sunday Note. —The Supervisors and tbe River—Motes. Santa Ana, Sept. 10.—The Santa Ana chnrchaa were well attended today, and the lermona were interesting. Many went to tbe beach, althongh the crowds at the aeaelde retorts are getting smaller every day now. The seaside resorts did a good business this year, and considering the faot tbat so many oi our people have been east, have no reason to complain. THE SUPERVISORS. The supervisors will meet tomorrow, and take action in regard to the Santa Ana river. It ia proposed to make tern, porary repairs this year, but in auch a manner aa to inaure protection against overflows. The flooded districts will be largely represented at the meeting. PROSPEROUS EL TORO. Since Dwight Whiting deoided to sub divide hie ranch at El Toro, prosperous times have dawned in the Aliao valley. The big holding has been cut up into a dozen smaller ones, and a large nnmber of settlers, mostly from England, have located upon the ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 September 1893

4 LOS ANGELES HERALD DAM.V AND WEEKLY. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. JOSIFH D. I.TNCH. JAIIXS J. A YkRS. AYERB St, LYNCH, PUBLISHERS, 823 AND 255 WEST SECOND STREET. TELEPHONE 166. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIER: m „. Per w»ek * ■*! PerMomh t0 BY Mai • (Including Posia.e): Da ly Heraid, one year «« Dally Herald, tli months * 20 Dally Hoiaid, three mo thi 2 20 Daliy He'ald, one mouth J" Week y Heraid, one year 1 po Weetlr Herald six uioutns 1 Oti Weekly He aid. thiee months SO Illustiated Herald, per copy 20 Ent» red at Ihe PostorUce at Los An»elesas second-class mall mat er. ______ ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all delinquent mail subscribers to the Daily H«ka_d will be promptly dlsuon tinned hereafter. No papers will be sent to tubs rlbers by m ill nn'ess the same bave been paid for ln advance. This rule is inflcxfb'e. L. P Fl'her, newspaper advertising agent, 21 Merchant.'Exchange, San Francisco, Is an au thorized agent. Tnls paper is kept on file in hi« office ■ , The Hksald is sold at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 September 1893

THOUGHTS FOR CHURCH COERS. Dr. Chichester Finds thm Phar isee Exists Nowadays. Rev. A. 8. Clark on the Law of Spreading- Christianity. BP'me Sample Sermons Delivered Yes terday—Key. A. B. atraUlejr on Kaau'n Bale of Ills Birthright. Dr. Chichester preached an admirable, sermon yesterday from Luke xviii :10— "Two men went up into tbe temple to pray, the one a Pharisee and the other a publican." Tbe doctor began by stating that be wanted to say a good word for the Pharisee. Somehow the Pharisee is not held in very high estimation, being looked upon as utterly base and hypo critical. And vet he was not such a bad man after all. The great objeot of his life seemed to be religious separation, and his class was by far the most up right and respectable of his times. Everything in the Jewish nation that was pure and ennobling was to be found among ihe Pharisees. Paul was a Pharisee, and so was Gamaliel and Nicodemus and every other Hebrew who made any pretension to morality or religion. The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 September 1893

6 lIS* ADTEBTiaIVSNTB. J The most direct method of reaching the : public and making known your : '* * W W W A NN N TTTTT SSBB W WW W AA NN N T 8 8 WWWW A A NNN T g WWWW A A NNN T S WWWW A A NNN T SSSB . WWWW AAA A NNN T IWW WW A ANNN T g i W W A A N NN T 8 8 1 W W A A N NN T SSSS Is through the classified ad. columns ol The Herald. It is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communi cation with those he wishes to reach. O L A A B SS S S SS S HFP I]KK {j £ o ochSLllla AA aBBsS »J H I W See Bdd 0 A DPD L KF.KTTTT r BB s AA f) !>L E I «SS S A^DDI? LLLLKEK S Inserted in the columns oi The Hkralp at * * m 5 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. • : $1 PER LINE PER MONTH. : Special rates for a longer period. i * Personß wanting situations, help or wishing to rent, buy or (ell property will do well to ad vertise in The Herald. SPECIAL. NOTICKS. KNIGHT St FUGARD, Real Estate —and— Insurance, 252 S. Broadway. — Telephone 112 S. Loans negotiated, Houses rented And rents collec...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 September 1893

BEWILDERING BRIC-A-BRAC. Marvelous Objets de Vcrtu in Italy's Exhibit. Art Works Redolent of Poesy in the Manufactures Building;, Che Indescribable Beanty and Va riety or the Works of Art Froiu All Parts of Bunny Italy. Special correspondence to the Hebald. Chicago, Sept. 2. It is in the Rreat manufactures build ing that one must look for tbe choicest bits, finest articles, highest art and greatest variety ol beautiful and costly things. Vast as the structure, tbe space assigned to each country in many cases hardly seems sufficient for the innumer able exhibits tbat crowd and jostle for supremacy and admiration in each sec tion. Thus Italy, replete with charac teristic wealth of productions, industries and manufactures, has her display al most spoiled by the necessary massing and the cramping of quarters. To make an anvantageoui showing there should be-about twice as much flooring occu filed, as now the gorgeous and glisten ng bric-a-brac have entirely overflowed tbeir bounds, and a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 11 September 1893

8 NOTES Waather Korean. Report of observations taken at Los Angeles, Sept. 10, 1893: Time. I Ber. I Th«r. 6:<>0 e. mJ»».07l 53 6:00 p. m. 20.92| 1)7 KH'UI 02 (14 1 iCloudy 4 !tls»r Maximum temperature, 77. Minimum temperature, 58. Indications. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; neearly stationary temperature Mon day; westerly winds. There are undelivered telegram* at tbe office of the Western Union Tele graph company, corner Main and Court streets, September 10th, for H. H. Lechler (2) and E. L. Wright. The firat aeaaion of the city teacbera' institute will be held at the High school building this (Monday) afternoon, be ginning at 2 o'clock. The superintend ent and deputy superintendent of schools, the principal of the High school and Mrs. L. M. Mutton will ad dreaa the teachers. The Los Angeles Graya and Boyle Beighta Stars played on the First-street ground yesterday, Sunday, and the Grays won by the score ot 17 to 10. The heavy hitting of,the Graya waa the fea t...

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