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WILL TOUR DEATH
VALLEY IN AUTO
MINING MEN WILL VISIT RICH
Two Parties Plan Novel Expedition
' Into Detert Country Leaving Lot
Angelas Early This ,
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Mutt ' Hovek, the well known Nevada
mining man, accompanied by 'Mark 1 '
Keough of "Scotty's" Pasadena record
run fame, nn chauffeur, ■will leave Los
Angeles at 6:80 o'clock thin morning on
another record run aerons Death valley.
Other members of thfi Hovek party are
George Otis and Robert Montgomery,
the latter of the MontKomei-y>Shoßhone
Mining company., I
Th« trip will occupy about two days.
The diatancn covered, including the re
turn triD, will be about. 7oo miles. Like
the last run, May 31, the White steamer
wilt be used, the same> car In which
"Bcotty" attempted to break the Pasa
dena record. •
In a Pierce-Arrow machine, with A.
W. Johnson a» chauffeur, another party
will accompany Hovek. Joseph Berß
man wlll.be one of the latter party. By
both parties every preparation has been
made to attempt to break former rec
ords and the general feeling is that It
will be accomplished.
According to "Jack" Keough and Mr.
Hovek, the country over, which they
will travel l» ft test for endurance for
the best machlnei) on the market. An
ordinary car could not stand the run,
Roads Recently Completed
Recently new roads have been com
pleted, but extend only to the mouth
of the Immigrant camp. From there
the Hovek-Keough party will drive
their White Bteamer over dome of the
roughest cactus land in this section
of the country. Johnson says, although
this will be his first trial at the trip,
he Is confident his machine will stand
1 The mission of the two parties across
Death valley and Into the heart of the
Panamtnt range is for the inspection of
mining properties which are Said to be
fabulously rich. On the last visit to
the Imigrant camp Hovek stated he
found surface ore showing a value of
nearly $1,600,000. These localities will
be further,. Investigated and ore from
them brought to Los Angeles on the re
turn trip\ T^, •
These trips," Ray local automobilists,
will open -up a new field for endurance
runs.' The country traversed Is of the
bad catus land variety. Grading Is at
present under way In many places along
the road. , According to several mining
men In Los Angelen, .it will holp to
open up • some of the richest mining
properties In the state.
FIRE WALKERS ARE COMING
Tahiti Priest With Asbestos.Llke
Feet Scheduled at Chutes
'■'■, . '. 'Park ■
.•. Th« curious spectacle of a man nnd
woman -walking barefooted upon red
hot stones In promised to Lob Angeles
jj! lovers of the SRnnational. A Tahitlan
named Puhia, and his wife, are
.. ' due to ■perforrrt the blood curdling stunt
v.. at. Chutes park baseball brounds If the
,', words of the press agent come true.
:/•-•' '. The ■ heathen priest, according to the
m data furnished by tho erudite person
'• before mentioned, walks upon the red
', hot. Btones In. .his .-native country to
1 1 impress the 'populace with his powers
as a voodoo man. While In the civil
ized "United States, he will essay the
task for. two bits a head.
The mystics from over the seas will
j commence jto cook their extremities
* Monday, June 17. Lf the medicine of
the two heathen*, who in their bllnd
., ness do walk on red hot stones, Is not
.'strong enough' to propitiate their
familiar spirltx, a amusing spec
tacle may be provided for the patrons
of the sport. . ■ ;
HURL ASSAGAIS AT TROOPS
Natal . Rebels Are - Dislodged From
Trees by British Bullets— Rout
By Associated Press.
DURBAN, Natal, June 12.— C01. Mac
kenzie's column attacked ' the rebel
natives who had sought shelter in the
bush. • '
The latter climbed trees, whence they
hurled assagais on the troops, but bul
lets dropped them out of branches.
Over. forty wera thus killed and alto
gether 100 natives were slain.
Darkness ended the operations of the
troops, but :the rout of the, rebels is
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DIVERTED FUNDS FROM ZION
Charged In Chicago That Mexican
Colonization Suffered Under Vol.
liy Associated Press.
* CHICAGO, Juno 12.— Fielding H.
Wllhlte, secretary of the organization
that had charge of the Mexican coloni
zation • scheme 'of John Alexander
Dowle, in his testimony in the trial of
the Zion City controversy before Judge
Landis, Intimated that a fund of $130,
000 • which had been subscribed for the
Mexican enterprise had been\ diverted
to other uses under the.Vollva regrlme.
> .Vollva's attorneys objected to this line
of testimony, but It was allowed to
STATEHOOD BILL PROGRESSES
flew Report Contains the Compro.
mlse Provision Agreed Upon by
,y i Conferees
By Associated I'renm.
WASHINGTON. June 12.— The con
ference ■ report on the statehood bill
was today withdrawn from and aguin
presented to the .senate, the new re
port containing, the compromise pro
vision agreed upon by. the conferees of
the > two houses. ■' . ' .
There was some • discussion of the
.jiowur of the conferees to withdraw the
• report and , the withdrawal | was only
"permitted by , a vote. ,
I.' The. new, report was not considered!
••';,.. ' O « » ■,
BURNHAMS ARE ARRAIGNED
Three - Mutual . Reserve Officials In.
■dieted for Grand Larceny and
By Associated Press. , ' < .* / . '
,- NEW YOUK, June 12. -Frederick A.
Burnham, former president of the itfu
t utt 1 ■ Jteserve hi fu - Insurance company,
aUd.Oeorce Burnham, and; George D,
JTCldredge, , formerly vice , presidents,
were arraigned before Judge ('owing to
r|ay on five Indictments returned by the
grand Jury against earn of them, clwrg
!ng grand Imvpny hih! forgery,
They pleaded not guilty.
SATAN HEIGHTENS DRUNKARDS
IH CENTRAL POLICE STATION
HEARTLESS OFFICER ARRESTS
Flaming Crimson Makeup of Drug
Store Sandwich Man Demoralizes
Booze Fighters Who See Vision
Behind the Bart
The devil visited the police Rtatlon
He appcnrerl In tlto flesh and said he
He wore red tight*, a red doublet and
long striped hnrna stuck out on either
slflo of his honxl.
lie give the name of Peter Ijove an'l
explained ho wan In the employ of a
dritfr, firm to advertise some of their
lie wns nrrosted by nn officer on a
COUNCIL ASKED TO RESTORE
Restaurateur!? and Butchers Think
Inspection Will Help Their Busi.
' ness— Hopes for Municipal
• Health Officer Powers went through
his dally duties yesterday with a new
light of hope in his eyes, for it seems
probable to him that at last the thing
he has most wished for nncl worked
hardest for ever since he has been In
office, r municipal abattoir, is about to
A special committee of the city coun
cil, composed of Smith, Kern and Hfcm
nion, with the health officer and the
city attorney, will hold a menting In the
committee room of the city hall this
morning, for the purpose of planning
some thorough and public investigation
of the.- local packing and slaughter
houses, When this Investigation has
been completed nnd the city has found
out what is needed, It will recommend
such laws for passage by the nlty coun
cil as will restore public confidence In
fresh meats and packed products.
It is expected that representatives
from every one' of the local packing
and slaughter houses will attend the
meeting of the committee this morning
and offer to throw open their establish
ments for an official Inspection. Chair
man \Jsmlth of the committee is con
vinced that local meat products are all
right and that no such conditions as
were found in Chicago exist in Los An
geles. ■ ■ .
But ' local restaurant proprietors,
packers and others dealing in meat
have appealed to members of the coun
cil for some action that will restore
confidence, and It is the aim of this
committee ~to get to the bottom of
things and learn what action the city
can take to insure good meat and by
ARREST MILLIONAIRE'S WIFE
Charged .That Her Beatings Caused
Death of Female Servant at
Sioux Falls y
By Associated Press.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., June 12.— A
sensation was created here by the ar
rest of Mrs. Moses - K. Kauffman, a
millionaire brewer's wife, and Erlckson.
their hired man, on a charge of man
slaughter in connection with the death
of Mias Agnes Polrcls.
It Is nlk'Kert that the plrl died as
the renult of beatings administered by
Mrs. ' Kauffman, due, to Mrs. Kauft
mar.'s Inabllty to control a violent tem
j The girl died several days ago and
wag burled at Parkston, her home. ' !
Believing that her death was due to
unnatural causes, . Interested persons
had the body exhumed and examined
by five physicians. On her head and
body were found numerous cuts and
bruises. It was discovered that her
lower limbs were swathed in cloths and
when the bandages were removed the
flesh had the appearance of having been
scalded. This la alleged to have been
due to attempts to revive her after' she
had been beaten, unconscious.
■'Mrs. Kauffmann was arraigned be
fore the local Justice of the peace and
the state presented part of its evidence
against the accused. v
The defense offered no testimony and
the defendant was bound over to the
n«xt term of the state circuit court to
be held in this city. _
SHIPPING WAR CONTINUES
Conference in San Francisco Between
Warring Interests Falls to
By AMoc!.»tc '. Press.
SANFRANCISCO, Cune 12.— The con
ference between the United Shipping
and Transportation association and the
City Front federation ended late this
afternoon without an agreement being
reached, and the lockout and strike
along the water front will continue.
After two days' of discussion It was
finally decided by the conference com
mittee thaf peace was Impossible and
they decided to break oft negotiations
looking to a compromise. '
This came as a surprise, as it was the
prevailing opinion that an agreement
would be reached. ' .
At this session of the conference, held
on board the steamer M. J." Corcoran,
the ship owners submitted a proposal
and It .was said that the unions were
considering It favorably, but later came
the split and all negotiations were at
an end. ■■■ .
Captain . Goodall of the association's
committee stated after the meeting ad
journedl, that the union committee could
offer no terms which the owners could
CABRERO LOSES FOLLOWERS
Revolutionists Under Gen. Toledo in
Salvador Now Declared to Be
Dy Associated l'reaa.
CITY OF MF3XICO. June 13.— Advices
received here from Salvador, Instead of
confirming the official reports that the
Guatemalan forces have been victorious
over the revolutionists, ' Bald that Qen.
Toledo, leader of the 'southern revolu
tionary t oroea, - hai won a sweeping
victory.'. " j: - ;.. \ •-•■.'■• f ,-< ...
lln luifi captured the sovernment's
artillery : a nit ts receiving In every m
K'lKfiiiriit ' lit'Hvy him rHHImiK of ill utiloiU
irom I'iesktent Cabrero's foixc.
LOS ANGELES HERALD* WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13,-1906.
rhnrge of distributing advertising dodg
en on the atreet without a permit.
Lov» is a negro, and h« «eemed very
proud of Ms devilish disguise, but was
very Indignant agalnnt his employe™,
who, he Bald, got him Into trouble.
At first he wai nllowed to remain In
tha office of De/k Sergeant Dlxon, but
his lurid makeAip had a bad effect on
several prisoner* who were being
searched by Driver Prank Bartlett.
"My goodness," exclaimed one man,
who was swaying back and forth In An
attempt to keep hln feet, "I knew I wns
doing wrong to take that last drink
of booze, but 1 never thought thft de\ll
would get after me. Lock me up
Lnter his natanic majesty was taken
upstairs to the city prosecutor's room,
and several women waiting to see City
Prosecutor Beebe hurriedly left the of
fice., declaring It made them nervous
to sit beside Satan.
A complaint was Issued charging
Peter Love with violating a city ordi
FOR MISS TERRY
REMARKABLE SCENES AT ACT-
World, s Stars Appear at Drury Lane,
Where $30,000 Is Realized— Con.
eludes With Auld Lang
By Associated Press.
LONDON, June 12.— The lasting and
affectionate regard in which English
playgoers hold their stage favorites
found splendid exemplification today in
the matinee at the Drury Lane theater
In commemoration of tho theatrical
Jubilee of Ellen Terry.
It was the most remarkable mani
festation of Its kind in, the history of
the British stage, not only drawing to
the great historic auditorium an im
mense audience representative of all
walks of life, but crowding the? stage
with the most notable | names in the
dramatic and musical professions,' in
cluding playwrights and composers, in
an unprecedented program which con
tinued from 12:30 to 7:30 o'clock.
A notable feature of the performance
was W. 8. Gilbert's "Trial by Jury,"
which the veteran author himself di
rected, and In which the Jury was com
posed of famous playwrights, Captain
Robert Marshall being tho foreman,
while tho "crowd" was made up of a
host of well known actors and actresses.
Following Lady Bancroft, who had
referred to hor ns "Sweet Nell of Old
Drury," Miss Terry made a short
speech, thanking- 'all for their kindness.
Shaking hands with M. Coquelln and
kissing Signora Duse, whose hand she
retained to the end of her little speech,
Mien Tecry proceeded: • . .
"Though I stood as long as the pyra
mids have stood, I could never Bay what
this day has -been to me. I> have the
heart to wonder nt all you have dono
for me, but not the tongue to praise
you. I will not say good-by. It is one
of my chief Joys today that I need ,not
say good-by Just yet, but can still
speak to you as one who Is still among
you on the active list, still In your serv
ice, if you please." . .
Everybody then joined in singing
"Auld Lang Syne." ;
Arthur W. Plnero announced that the
receipts approximated $30,000.
The exercises closed with the singing
of tho natlpn.il anthem. ■
TWENTY FIREMEN INJURED
Two Piano Factories In the Bronx
Suffer Heavy Damages From'
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, June 12.— Property val
ced at more than half a million dollars
was destroyed, nearly a score of per
sons were Injured and . many person*
were forced to flee from their homes In
scanty • attire by a fire- in the block
bounded by Bergen and Brook avenues
and 147 th and 148 th streets, the Bronx.
The principal loss falls upon the
Stuyvesant and Wheelock Piano com
panies and Charles Rleger's Sons, mak
ers of bank and store fixtures.
All of the Injured are firemen.
REBUILDING SAN JOSE RUINS
University of the Pacific Will Add
New Features in Recto
Nyn y Associated Press.
SAN JOSE, June 12.— Extensive im
provements are under way at the Uni
versity of the Pacific. These involve
the repairs or removal of the damaged
buildings and the construction of new
ones. Including a llbary, A modern
athletic fleld 'will be a new feature.
Architects reported officially to the,
supervisors that it would cost $68,000 to
repair the court house building- : ■
BANKS WINS FROM CARNEY
Three Hundred Ball Pool Match Con.
eluded — Other Games Are .
The second night's play of the 300
ball pool match between George Banks
and Joe Carney resulted In a victory
for the former by a score of 300 to 270.
Banks scored o total of 42 during the
evening: to Carney's 139. Both made a
high run of 33.
Banks accepted the challenge of
Karns to- play a two-night match for
300 balls, beginning next Thursday
evening at the Rosslyn. , : ■
McCarney and Lennlng will play 'a
300-uall match at the Casino billiard
parlors Wednesday and Thursday for a
purse. ■ - |
HFAV/V MITTINQ WINS
By Associated Press.
OAKLAND, June 12,-Heavy hitting
and good pitching by Graham gave the
Oakland team a' victory In the opening
game of . the week. O'Brien, ' who
twirled for San Francisco, waa batted
hard. Score: i , ■ ;
Oakland, 6: hits, 12; errors, 6.
San Francisco, 4; hits, 6; errors, 1.
Batteries— Graham and Bllsa; O'Brien
and Wallace. Umpire— McDonald. \
NEIL EXPECTED TO ARRIVE
Frankle Nell, who Is to meet, Abe
Attoll on the Fourth of July for the
featherweight championship, ■• Is ex
pected to arrive In him Anselc-a thin
morning-, Attell has moved out to llald
wln's ranch and will commenra train i
Ing for his nmti'li with 'Kell übout tUe
middle of tbe month, j
ALL BILLS OF IMPORTANCE
WERE ACTED ON
Final Approval of .Assembly Comtl.
tutlonal Amendment No. 2 Wai
the Subject of Prolonged
By AMMlflteii Pre«».
SACRAMENTO, June 12.— Few of the
legislators remain in Sacramento to
Practically all of the members de
parted on the afternoon trains, and the
nfternoon nt the capltol was a quiet
Inspection of ■ the lnst files for the
extra session shows that action wns
taken on all bills of Importance Intro
duced under the rpstrlctlons of the gov
ernor's call nnd that the measures In
definitely postponed or dropped were
for the most part duplicates of others
The most Important action of tho day
was the flnnl approval of assembly con
stitutional amendment No. 2, which
wan the subject of prolonged debate
In committees, In the assembly and In
the senate. '
The expense of the extra session, ns
estimated by Comptroller Colgnn, are
as follows: Senate, per dlcm, J4582.20;
assembly, per dlcm, $9118.40; sonnte offi
cers and clerks, J2307.G0: assembly ofll
cers and clerks, $2604; senate contingent
expenses, $2737.40; assembly contingent
expenses, $400; • total, $25,286.20. This
amount does' not Include legislative
printing, for which an appropriation of
$8400 was made.
The special session of the California
legislature, convened by proclamation
of the governor on Saturday, June 2,
«nded a few moments after noon today,
having considered and passed upon the
subjects Included In the proclamation.
Both houses were engaged In the
transaction of business almost up to
the last moment, and the members,
In their anxiety to start homeward,
omitted the customary formalities, the
session ending as simply and quietly as
It had commenced.
As a result of the twelve I days de
voted to legislation the governor has
received sixty-five bills passed by both
houses. Fifty of these r.wait his ap
provftl, and the others, including i the
mßsures providing for a $500,000 state
building In San Francisco, which. was
signed this . morning, have already,be
come laws. .
CALLS OUT MILITIA
MARYLANDERS ENTER DOMIN.
ION TO LYNCH NEGRO
Two Hundred. National Guardsmen
Dispatched to .State Line to Pro.
tect Man In Jail for Alleged Assault
■ on Two Women M
By Associated Press.
NORFOLK, Va., June 12.— A riot call
was sounded here this , afternoon for
the quick assemblage of 200 militiamen
of the Seventy-first Virginia regiment
of Infantry to proceed at once to East
vllle, Va., to protect William Lee, a
negro, now In Jail at that place,
charged . with assault on °- Mrs. Robert
Barnes and her cousin. Miss Powell,
near, Kingston, Summerset' county, on
the shore of Maryland. :
The crime occurred on Sunday while
the women were en route to their home
with the Infant of Mrs. Barnes in a
baby carriage. Miss Po well Is reported
to be in a serious condition.
The assailant of the. women escaped
and Lee wbb later arrested at Cape
Charles, .Va., was Jailed at Eastvillo,
Va., and threats of lynching has re
sulted in Governor Swanson this after
noon ordering the Norfolk and Ports
mouth companies of the Virginia Na-'
tional guard to proceed to the scene.
Orders Mob Prosecuted
By Annnclated Press.
RICHMOND, Va., June 12.— Governor
Swanflon hatt ordered. Commonwealth
Attorney Wilklns • of • Norampton
county to use all power to arrest, im
prison and prosecute the mob of 60 well
known armed Maryland men who came
into Virginia intent upon lynching
William Lee. The governor ordered
two companies of militia to aid the
FOREIGNERS WIN IN CHICAGO
Gain Liquor Privileges at Entertain.
ment From u.ty Council
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, June 12.— The United So
cieties of Chicago, composed largely- of
persons of foreign birth or parentage,
won their' fight In the council for the
privilege of special permits to dispense
liquor at dances and other entertain
By a vote of 47 to ,9. the aldermen
passed the ordinance framed by the
societies' which empowers the mayor to
grant the right to sell liquor .from 3
p. m. to 3 a, in.
In taking this action the council side
tracked the ordinance recommended by
the committee on license as guaranteed
to stamp out the dance hall evil. After
a spirited encounter between Its spon
sorH and the representatives of the so
cieties the committee ordinance, which
was full of restrictive provisions, was
There is still trouble in store for the
victors of the fight. The contention
will be raised that under the law any
bar at which liquor is dispensed is a
dram shop and Hint the ordinances for
bid any dram shop to sell liquor after
1 a. m.— this construction of the -law
having; been applied to restaurants it
will be urgued that It should apply also
The council also passed, by a vote of
63 to 11, the ordinance permitting the
consolidation of the Chicago Edison and
Commercial electric companies and
providing for a reduction In the rates
to be charged for electric light and
JETT TELLS BLOODY DETAILS
Admit* Slaying Marcrm and Cockrell
According to Advices From
Cynthlana J ,
CVNTIHANA, Ky., Junelß.-U Is under
stood that Jett, in his confession, says
that Judge James Hanrls, Klbert Jlui-via
and Kil Culliiliitii were In tin slied from
which Cox was shot and killed. by us
wiHHiiiM coiK'nuled therein.
Hi) itoos nut know wiw fired tha shot.
Jett. II Is milil, ulho riinfi'MHi'il tv lliu
KiillisK "f Maiciiiii and Corkrell. , • *
Ho auyx '.hat Huww l'Vllnor, wlui • Maid
thiit J nil*!'. -Jhiiim Mmiklh. Hd CnllahHil,
H. K. . Kreiieli . anil Klbert ' Haiti* were
responsible, for the niurdei" uf ■ uurcuui.
itoltl lb* Uutli lv every Uvwll. > .-,.
||~ Th» Mar* of COOP Cloth;
I' Knot" V* fot B*tt Vnla«»
The hot wave is coming
on the jump !
Arc you dressed for it?
Here's the kind of cloth-
ing that will enable one to
meet it with cheerfulness.
Outing suits that weigh
very little and cost very
little in comparison with
quality and comfort.
Extra trousers, thin as
safety will permit, $2.50
Straw hats :
London Clothing Company
Leading Clothttrs .
337-341 South Spring Street
BY ONE PALL
LOB ANGELES SKATER MAKES A
Ocean Park Young Woman Who Out-
Skated Her Had, to Be Assist.
Ed Off the Rink Floor at
Special to The Herald.
VENICE, June 12.— With the applause
of several hundred wildly excited spec
tatorn ringing in her ears Miss Grace
McAffee of Ocean Park tonight won a
Bpectacular and hotly contested roller
Miss McAffee, who recently won the
Santa Monica bay women's roller skat-
Ing championship, met Miss Frieda Gcl
bel of Los Angeles in a specially ar
ranged match and*the friends of both
were present inTnumbers when the rink
was turned over to them for the pre
liminary warming up. : .
The race was one of half a mile and
the start was fair to both contestants.
! On the second lap, however. Miss Mc-
Affee while leading met wlth.> a bad
' fall and wan passed by Miss i Gelbel,
who soon put the distance of the rink
between herself and her risen opponent.
In this position the racers sped' around
for two laps, when Miss McAffee, amid
deafening shouts of encouragement, be
gan cutting down the big lead.
■ At the beginning of the eighth and
last lap Mtss McAffee was still several
yards to the rear, and as both rounded
Into the stretch her chances of win
ning depended on just one thing— on
Miss Gelbel falling. , ,\
, And Miss Geibel fell when wlthln^lcss
than three yards of the finishing line,
while Miss MoAffec glided over and, al
most exhausted, was assisted away.
Considerable money Is said to have
changed hands as a result of the race
and a return match is In prospect.
ONE EGG INSIDE ANOTHER
A Truck Gardener in Quindaro, Kan.,
Has a Freak Plymouth Rock
Hen and Odd Fruit
Special to The Herald.
KANSAS CITY, June 12.— E. Kirk
man, a truck -gardener, who lives near
the Quindaro water works station, haa
a Plymouth Rock hen which lays freak
eggs. Recently the hen laid an egg in
side of which was another : egg. The
outside egg had a circumference around
its longest part of nine Inches, jj The In
side egg was of ordinary size. Today
the hen laid an egg with a circumfer
ence of seven and a half inches. Mr.
Klrkman says he will boll it before In
No Fever in New; Orleans
By Associated Press.
NEW ORLEANS, June 12.— An of
ficial statement that there are no cases
of yellow fever in New Orleans or
Louisiana was issued today by. the
Louisiana board of health. . ,
Aeronaut Killed in South Dakota
By Associated Press
PARKER, S. D., June 12.— During a
balloon ascension ut Monroe today Bert
Ward, aeronaut, fell from the parachute
and was Instantly killed. Ward was 45
years old and had been an aeronaut for
Berlin Cremates Meat
BERLIN, June 12.— The municipality
has decided to build a crematory for
condemned meat at a cost of $300,000.
• FINE OLD '
Freight Paid to Any
Point in the United
States for Only
C. F. A.
129-131 N. MAIN ST.
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upon a machine and start it. You lean back against some
cedar bough and listen — it is ideal music. The sound /car- '
ries through the canyons and echoes • and re-echoes, andk ,
you think it is so fine that you place one of CARUSO'S
fine records and immediately you hear the • magnificent^ ; ,.
voice ringing out clear and strong and you are enraptured.
No other such voice do you ever expect to hear. Then you
try a banjo selection, a cornet or trombone solo ; and finally,
after hearing, a few selections by the Haydn quartet you ' -^
listen to the- clear notes of the bugle,as it sounds "Lights
Out," and reluctantly you place the machine and records "V(;;.j
safe keeping, voting it the greatest entertainer of the age--- V
something you would not be without. . : ; .
If there are two things that one really needs /when on V
a vacation it is a little music and the news, and what bet- >
ter quality could you -ask than THE , HERALD andone .
which we give you'absolutely free. Read our offer, below; i:
then come and let us arrange to send you the paper, to your.\-
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cation; then to your home later when you are back again;
and let us give you an order on the old reliable music
house. THE-SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MUSIC CO.,
332-334 South "Broadway; or their other branches: San
Diego, Riverside and San Bernardino. And they.' will fit
you out with a Talking Machine at No Cost to You, Re-
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fia.* ?o the ri'uat of »«a.IK», • DaW U.rald for .Ix »««ta«,
■■ follewai ■ayln* each month the recnlnr
Talk-«-Phoße .'....... 9X9.00 aubaertytloa price o« «5u arr
Dallr Hernia, a moathe. »*O momthi purchase SSO.OO werlh _-• ;
Recorda to value of 35.00 of records nilbln at period ef
Tltla menu that you will re- S3 'weeks, four 00-ceat reeorda 'i"
rrlve BUS worth of records at ', on delivery of *Ue snaohlae fei
the prle* established h>r the ; aad ?we 60-ceat records each f&||
maaufacturers. . So more. No week thereafter aatll the full |
less. You p«r far records oblt wneuat ef reeorda has been
and you must >bto theaa. • , purchased. ■
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