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FIRES IN FORESTS
COST FIFTY LIVES
Citizens at Wallace Try to Esti
mate Number of Deaths
TEN TOWNS ARE IMPERILED
Government Official Informed
That Incendiaries Applied
Torch in Oregon
(Continued from rape Onr)
Opened freely, and the homeless are
in comfortable shape for the present.
Another train with Son persons on
board is expected tonight over the
A Sense pall of smoke hangs all over
western Montana. In Missoula It was
dark as midnight at 5 o'clock, the
smoke having a lurid hue.
TOWN OF TAIT DESTROYED
' The to"-n of Taft, near the Idaho
line, was entirely destroyed before
daylight this morning.
Saltez, just below Taft. has been
abandoned by its inhabitants and is
known to be surrounded by fire. De
Borgia is seriously threatened and one i
man is missing. At SI. Regis, the fire
has crossed the river and threatens
outlying buildings, though no fears are
entertained for the town.
Haughan is reported to be destroyed,
the last word from there having been
that the fire was dangerously near
and the telephone operator was prepar
ing to flee.
The area covered by the fire is
roughly 100 miles square, most of it
in the mountains and sparsely settled
districts. It is difficult to obtain in
formation from any of the points, and
Impossible to reach some of the isolat
ed places. There is a probability that
there has been serious loss of life, as
there are prospectors, camping parties
and lumber men all through the moun
tains, and the fire may have come upon
them while they slept last night or
they may have wakened this morning
to find themselves cut off.
George Wallbillig, a packer, and two
companions reached Missoula tonight
from Adair. a station on the Milwau
kee road, west of Missoula, about 100
miles, arrived here this afternoon, hav
ing ridden their horses nearly to death
in escaping the flames.
They saw a car of dynamite and oil
at a construction camp near Adair
exploded as they left. The fire spread
rapidly and they believe the camp was
destroyed. There were 25 men there.
RKSCIT3 TRAIN ARRIVES
Camass Prairie, a farming village in
the Blackfoot country, surrounded en
tirely by hills, is the scene of a seri
ous conflagration tonight.
A courier arrived here tonight from
that place with an appeal for aid.
From Bonnet- 50 men were sent to
help the farmers and 51 more are go
ing from Mlssoula. The fire came out
of the timber and is sweeping across
the valley. Grain and hay are being
Throe more rescue trains reached
Missoula tonight from the west. The
Milwaukee ran in two of them and
the Northern Pacific another. The
last Northern Pacific train brought In
formation that the town of galtese, re
ported earlier to be threatened, had
caught lire before the train left St.
MANY DEATHS REPORTED
From all directions come reports of
deaths in the flames, but they are not
authenticated, and it Is not believed
there have been many fatalities. Two
unknown men were overcome by
smoke today in the forest near Iron
A telephone message from St. Regis,
received here at 10 p. m., says the
tire .swept down Mullen gulch tonight
and cut off the towns of De Borgia
and Henderson. The Mann Lumber
company ran its logging train down
from Henderson, bringing men and
their families, after all bodies had been
burned. These towns will doubtless
The old town of St. T:er?is at 10 p.
m. is threatened; the fire Is in a can
yon a mile from town, approaching
rapidly. The last equipment of the
Northern Pacific in that section is be
ing used to bring away the women
and children from St. Regis. Most of
the men of the town were at De Bor
gia, seven miles above, fighting fire
there, and many of them must have
been cut off.
DANGEROUS FIRE RAGING
IN GALLATIN FOREST
Flames Invade District Seven
Miles from Butte
BUTTE, Mont., Aug. 21.—A special
from Bozeman says:
A dangerous fire is raging under
the high wind in the Qallatin f
seven miles south of here, and lias
crossed over Mount Ellis and Is now
invading some of the most valuable
timber regions in the forest.
A hi: Miili is in danger, as is
1500 sheep belonging t" John
Works. Another flock of auoo sheep be
longing to John Harvey of Livingston
has jusi Raped the fire. The blaze
started from sparks from a threshing
engli n the ranch of Charles Hoy.
Under a high ivlnd tin. tire swept In
■ minutes across a mile of stub
ble into the brush at the timber edge
between Lime Kiln and Bear canyon.
Th' 1 Ore has i I through the
I at a rati of more than a mile
■in hour, and has been so powerful
that the flames have I" en visible for
sever;, i hours at a dleta no oi se^ en
or i Ighi mil in daylight.
Ji ! ei>\ to get any rs
timat the burned
area, but it i quare mil
Supervisor Conkllng has beon calling
since 2 p. m. for 100 men to fight the
tire, but so far only 35 have responded,
Henry Ferguson, game warden, and
A. S. Pepper will go to the front in
Bear canyon and have hopes of stop
ping the lire when the wind goes down
EXPRESS LITTLE HOPE
It the fire is not brought under con
trol tonight there is little hope of
stopping It, and the whole region be
tween here and Yellowstone park, In
cluding the Middle Creek and Gallatln
regions, will then be in very grave
danger.., A slight change in tin- wind
would take the fire directly to the spot
where a dangerous conflagration was
■topped two weeks ago.
Another fire of serious proportions i:i
reported tonight between fttorrs nnd
Hoffman, 12 miles southeast of here.
Miners from Hoffman have started. ,
Members of Royal Family Who May Risk Lives in
Effort to Aid Victims of Cholera in Southern Italy
under Hanger Baker, to take care of
Another fire was reported from near
Maudlow, just at the southern edge
of the Helena forest. There are also
several fires In the brush north of
Boieman, which may become serious
if the wind continues.
■ A special from Thompson Falls,
Mont., says: "The fire situation is
alarming. Thompson Falls is threat
ened by forest tires. A portion of
Belknap, White Pine, Noxon and Her
on burning; one solid line of fire from
here to the Montana-Idaho boundary
line, embracing a distance of 50 miles.
'Senator Dondan's lumber yards, 20
miles west of Thompson, saw mills
and yards at Cedar Spur, were burned
"The forest reserve have approxi
mately COO men In the Held fighting
fires, but there is no communication
with them, all wires being down."
FLAMES NOW THREATEN
2,000.000 TIMBER ACRES
Situation in Southern Oregon
Alarms Washington Officials
WASHINGTON, Aug. '21.—Incendiar
ism is now believed to be responsible
in large measure for the spread of
the devastating forest fires in the
Acting Forester Albert F. Potter to
night received advices from Super-1
visor Buck of Medford, Oregon, stat
ing the continued spread of the fires
in southern Oregon had revealed clear
ly the work of incendiarism. Mr. Pot
ter would not discuss, even inferen
tially, what may be the purpose of the
firebug, pending an official report. For
est rangers are now engaged in round
ing mi definite evidence.
Mr. Potter views with nnxiety this
particular side of the situation and in
timated it may be necessary to call
upon Governor Benson of Oregon for
aid of the Oregon National Guard. As
many federal troops as possible are
being pushed on foot into the burning
regions from nearby posts.
lIANT.EK N'E.VR, CRATER LAKE
The fires are especially threatening
to the Crater lake country of southern
Oregon. Advices tonight indicate at
: i 2,000,000 ai res of timber are In
danger .if being swept away. Super
visor Buck reports the situation at
Medford, Ore., also is extremely critical,
ami there is little likelihood of ex-'
tinguishing the flames which in the re
gion are spreading with trem.nil.ius
Forest officials are now directing
their fighting forces to confine the
fires if possible to the east side of the
Cascades. Some encouragement was
feit in late advices tonight .stating 11n
firrs in the Wallowa, Ore., district were
under control, and troops there would
: ' •i. t to other points.
War department officials professed to
know nothing regarding the alleged re
fusal of Brig. (Jen. Mails at American
lake to send troops to southern Oregon.
Forestry officials, however, were ad
vised that at noon today five com
panies of 250 met left American lake
and are proceeding with all haste to
supplement tho forces now at work In
the ('rater lake country.
WATCHERS THRONG HILLS.
FEARING FIRE ADVANCE
SPOKANE, Aue. 21. -The staff cor
respondent of the Spokesman-Review
.it Wallace wires at 9:30 p. m.;
"SaiV tor tin iii<.lll- ■ nt at least, the
people of Wallace are looking to the
hills around them through blood-shot,
heavy-lidded i yes, watching forest fires
that ring the tlty around on everj
lest they Bhould break through. Lines
<.f hose are laid along tin- west side
of the iiiy where the fire will strike
first, if it comes, and all available fire
fighters are being held ready to start
work at once.
From Mullen, up the canyon, refugees
bring word that flrei have almost
reachi d the buildings, and (hat the
water supply may be CUt off ;it any
time, in every direction the sky is red
with flames, and ,1 rising wind would
brinK them hi re.
"The list of fatalities will run high,
just how high no one will l<now tor a
daj or two. There arc parties of fire
fighters scattered through the woods
everywhere, and it i.s regarded as a
certainty that a great number df men
must have been i vi off. by the flames.
It is said that not fewer than fifty have
REFUGEES OX SPECIAL TRAINS
"In every conceivable conveyance
people an,- flocking from the fire-swept
district tv places of coi ■ safe
ty. Special trains made up Of box cars,
ige can and a few roaches are
id with refugees.
"At Wardner and Kellogg the people
have thrown their homes open wide to
thi Wallace sufferers, many of whom
lost everything they had In Saturday
"Stories of narrow escapes and stir
ring adventures come In with every
group of weary fighters, in a tunnel of
old War Eagla mine, on Placer
creek, sewn miles from Walla
one men under Forest Ranger Pulaskl
\w!-" packed tightly together to escape
a sheet t flame that swept down the
LOS. 4NGELES HERALD: MOXO.VV MORNING, MTiTST 22, 1010.
ROME. Aug. 21— King Victor Em
manuel and Queen Helene of
Italy practically decided today to
give up their trip to Montenegro and
go instead to the cholera district in
southern Italy to render what aid they
could to the unfortunate plague vic
tims there. Reports received from the
province of Bari Delia Puglio state that
the disease is rapidly spreading and
fifty deaths have occurred in forty
eight hours. Prince Nicholas of Mon-
gulch. They hugged the ground and
burled their faces in the mud on the
floor of the tunnel until the fire weul
by, when, half mad from the heat, they
ran and threw themselves into the
creek. Five were left dead in the tun
nel, and another, cut off from the crew,
was found burned to cinder."
LEAP INTO WATER OF CREEK
"I don't see how we ever got out
of that tunnel alive," said Charles
Hickman of Leeds, S. D., one of the
survivors. "Even the stones were so
hot after the fire had gone by that
we could not touch them, and had to
wallow In the. water of the creek.
When we were driven into the tunnel,
1 soaked my coat and vest and wrap
ped them around my head, keeping
my face in the mud and water as
much as I could without suffocating.
"When I got up to go out, I was
nearly crazy with the heat. I stag
gered from side to side, and once fell
to the ground, cutting my face. My
partner, Clark, was climbing beside me
and seemed to be unconscious when we
left. He has not been found, and I
think he must have been killed. We
drank steadily of the warm creek wat
er and it made us all sick."
FATALITIES AT WALLACE
Fatalities known at Wallace are:
John F.oyd, father Of Captain 'Wil
liam Hnyd", suffocated in his home
while trying to rescue the family. .
Two unknown men, whose bones
were found in the ruins of the Michi
Unknown man, burned in the Cover
William Hearmouth of Winnipeg,
fire fighter, single.
Joe Fens, fire tighter, single, suffo
cated in tunnel on Placer creek.
Four unidentified firefighters, suf
focated on Placer creek,
Unidentified fire lighter, burned to
death near Mullen.
Reports have reached the forest su
pervisor that a crew of 12 has been
burned to death In a gulch on Big
creek, and that several groups of from
two tn six are missing. Out of a gang
of 16 who were caught near Mullen,
four are so badly burned they will die.
Forest Ranger Pulaski, who was In
charge of a gang caught In a tunnel
at Placer creek, was severely Injured
and may lose the sight of one eye.
FOUR DEATHS REPORTED
NEAR TCIWN OF NEWPORT
SPOKANE, Aug. 21.—A Spokesman-
Revlew special from Newport, Wash.,
'I'll.' lire situation as to Newport re
mains unchanged, with fires closi i"
town, but the wind not so bad. Four
deaths are known to have occurred,
ami at least forty settlers lost all
buildings, crops, timber holdings and
Mrs. Ernest Deinhardt, living six
miles north of Newport, is dead. Her
husband and two sons escaped, but
were severely burned. Mrs. Deinhardt
Bought refuge in the cellar, and her
body was cremated.
George It. Campbell, three miles
north oi Penrith, was found dead in a
cabbage patch, suffocated.
i ;;. ;;! Northern i londUCtor Vincent
Brown, jr., living four miles north of
Newport, is missing.
Census Enumerator William Zelgler
of Kaiispeii valley, while driving from
Newport to his home, was overtaken by
fire mar Wolfred and is dead
The tire covi fi.i a territory from Dia
mond and Eachem lakes to the
d'Oraille river, six miles wide.
TWENTY FIRE FIGHTERS
LOSE LIVES, SAYS REPORT
SPOKANE, Wash . Aur. 81.—A spe
cial from Wallace says twenty forest
lira fighters near there have lost their
Though the chief danger to Wallace
is oxer, the lire is still raging
furiously In the hills on both sides f
the city. Two persons have been killed
m Wallace and all that section east
tencgro, father of Queen Helene, has
wired that much as he desires her
presence and' that of the king at the
festivities following his coronation us
kiim- of his little country. he realizes
that the call of her people is impera
tive. Prince Nicholas has ordered that
the coronation festivities when he as-
Bumes the crown of Montenegro be
strictly formal in view of the great dis
tress now prevailing because of the
cholera In the nation over which his
daughter is que< n.
of Seventh street, except the federal
mills and Providence hospital, has been
Among the properties destroyed are
the Wallace Times office, the Pacific,
Michigan and Cover d'Alene hotels, the
Sunsi t brewery, the Cover d'Alene
hardware warehouse, both O. R. & N.
depots, several stores and 150 resi
Forest fires are spreading rapidly in
the Pend o'Reille country, especially
around Newport, Wash.
Reports reaching here say Newport
is itself in flames, but this is Impos
sible, as yet, to verify.
REPORT 80 LIVES LOST
IN WEST MONTANA FIRES
RTTTE. Mont.,' Aug. 21.—T"n rail
road bridges of the Chicago, Milwau
kee & Puget Sound railroad tonight
are reported burned out in western
Montana, and traffic on the line is
tied up for at least 10 .lays.
Arrangements are being made to do
tour all Puget sound trains over .the
Great Northern. Considerable rolling
stock of the railroad is .stalled at vari
out points in the fire zone, but no word
as to its fate Is obtainable, as oil wires
of the Continental telegraph, the
Western Union and the Postal com
panies west of St. Regis are down, to
gether with th_e telephone line.s.
Scattering reports, in tho nature of
rumors, sent over, tho wire by tele
graph operators at different points in
the lire district, would indicate that
about 80 lives have been lost in west
ern Montana, but this is impossible of
verification at the present time.
All Northern Pacific and Burlington
overland trains tonight were ordered
routed between Rutte, Helena and Spo
kane over the Great Northern .tracks,
via Great Falls, because of the nuni
her of flreg west of Missoula, where
the names are approaching dose to
the railroad right of way.
Northern Pacific trains from the west
tonight arc reported as indefinitely
Clouds of smoke rolled over Rutte
today from the west, it being neces
sary to light all lights at 7»>Vlock.
VOLUNTEERS SAVE TOWN
OF LOYALTON FROM FIRE
RENO, Aug, 21. After two days'
work on the part of 600 volunteer Bre
fighters, the town of Loyalton, in
Sierra county, California, twenty-five
till - northwest of here, is out of dan
ger of destruction by a forest n re
which has burned over a district nine
The lire started from a spark of a
donkey engine, and has already done
|200,000 damage to the timber lands
owned by the California White I>inc
Lumber company. A ring of backfires
surrounds the burned district, anil un
less a particularly high wind comes
the town is out of danger.
MINES CLOSE, AND MEN
FIGHT ADVANCING FIRES
(litEAT FALLS, Mont., Aug. 21.— A
special from Nelhart says all the mines
have been shut down and the men are
out fighting the flames. The town is
;ii.l to be In danger if the wind docs
Marker Is reported to be in great
danger, it is said the fire traveled
: miles in fifteen minutes. An
other tire on Uunning Wolf is swei p
ing down on the Judith basin and Is
GOVERNOR HASTENS TO SCENE
HELENA. Mont., Aug. U.—Governor
Norrls, who wan with the board of
army engineers Inspecting reclamation
work, left the party at (Jreat Fall« at
.', p, m. today and departed for Llbby,
where it is presumed he will take per
sonal command of the fire situation in
tin' lire zone.
OF KING MANUEL
Portuguese Newspapers Claim
Clerical Party Is Plan
REGIMENTS JOIN MOVEMENT
Propose to Stamp Out Republic
ans and Establish Mili
tary Dictatorship \
. (Associated Prosn)
LISBON, Aug. 21.—The newspapers
today print alarming reports of an al
leged plot of the clerical party for the
overthrow of the Portuguese govern
ment and the establishment of a mili
The Seculo says the clerical party's
strong and growing dissatisfaction with
the liberal policy of the government
has culminated in the organization of a
revolution to overthrow the adminis
tration, seize Its members and set up a
military dictatorship, the first object of
which will be to stamp out the Re
El Mondo says that several regiments
have joined the movement nnd the
duke of Oporto, the heir apparent to
trie Portuguese throne, whiie ai the
Casino ; it Cascaes last night was ap
prised of this fact and took refuge in
The paper says also that alarm Is
general and that the military and
naval forces are under arms night and
King ManueJ is at Bussaco moun
tain, near Ooimbra,
The government is greatly disturbed
over the intense aeitivity of the Re
publicans in preparing for the general
elections next Sunday.
FIX II AISMS STORJOU
The candidates for office have en
tered every constituency in the coun
try. The authorities have searched the
homes of a number of Republicans and
have found stores of arms and am
It is known that a quantity of rifles
and revolvers are being smuggled into
the country along the Spanish fron
tier, and that the Republicans no\\^
are well armed.
No explanation has been vouchsafed
by the government as to why It con
siders the papal nuncio at Lisbon,
Mgr. Dr. J. Tonti, objectionable. The
seml-offlolal communication published
Saturday said the Portuguese charge
d'affaires to the Vatican had explained
the situation to the pope.
Despite the silence of the govern
ment It is understood the trouble be
tween 1 It and Mgr. Tonti had its origin
in the. campaign of clericals following
the government's censuring the arch
bishop of Braga for suppressing a pa
per without submitting the matter to
the government, and for the alleged ac
tion of the Vatican In placing diffi
culties in the way of the appointment
of an ambassador to the Vatican.
TO ACCORD RECEPTION TO
FIRST W.P. PASSENGERS
Oakland Takes Great Interest in
the Formal Opening of
the New Line
OAKLAND. Aug. 21.—An elaborate
reception will be accorded the first
Western Pacific through passenger
train from the east when it arrives
here tomorrow with a special party.
The city is taking great interest in
the formal opening of the new line, and
a civic parade will be held, arriving at
the depot in time to greet the train on
As the train nears the Central sta
tion it will pass under an arch 48 feet
in height, Inscribed "Oakland, the Gate
way to the Orient, Welcomes the
Western Pacific, Where.Rail and Water
The reception ceremonies will begin
on the platform of the new station,
where Mayor Mott will formally greet
the representatives of the company
who are aboard the train. The re
sponse will be made by Max Thelan
of the Western Pacific's legal staff.
Public schools of the city will be
closed during the day and all business
■will be suspended. Every steam whistle
in the city will scream a 15-minute
salute to the train.
The railroad officials and the news
paper men who are making the trip
from Bait Lake to the coast on the
train will he the guests of the city
during the afternoon and evening. Af
ter an automobile tour through Oak
land and Its suburbs, they will be taken
to the Claremont Country club, where a
banquet will be spread. .
WALLACE GIVEN HEAVY
VOTE IN TULARE COUNTY
Los Angeles Candidate for Lieut.-
Gov. Has 748 Total
FRESNO, Aug. 81.—Tulafe county
returns fi i Tuesday's!primary *icc
.tlon, one precinct lacking, shows:
For lieutenant governor—!?. L. Far
mer 267, Ferris 101, Keesllng 161, Wal
For secretary of state—Jordan 409,
Morrow 130, Mouser 71, O'Brien 529,
For clerk supreme court—Bemiss 274.
Coughey 190, Fitzgerald 167, Taylor 707.
For superintendent of printing—Me-
Donald !>;:', Phillips W>. Richardson 169,
Shannon 172, Smart 36, Thorpe 181
For United States senator— Meserve
217, Spalding 850, Works 761.
MADERA GIVES WAGNER
SAFE LEAD IN ELECTION
FRKSNO, Aug. 21. -The complete of
ficial vote for secretary of state from
Madera county follows: Jordan 117,
Morrow 40. Mouser 18, O'Brien 78, Wag-,
ncr 13(1. No preliminary count of votes
for state offices was made in Madera
county. An official count is now being
made by the supervisors, but this will
nnt be completed before Monday.
CHILD BURNS TO DEATH
SAN DIKGO, Aug. 21.—The 4-year
old daughter of Mr. and lira, itobert
Haley of Julian was burned to death in
a tiro which destroyed the family home
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GRAND OPERA HOUSE matineks tomorrow * satcrday.
The Rlp-roarlng _ __ , _— „ —- . .
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Four Cliftons Matinee James Thornton
Extraordinary Athletes Songs and Sayings
Harry Atkinson TnHav* Imperial Musicians
Australian Orpheum *■ uu */ Twelve Soloists
Prof. Apdale's Animals I New Motion Pictures
Zoo Circus Latest Novelties
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TR^rOROSCCrS BURBANK THEATER M»iii'™xS
Wanted— A Few Men and Women
To buy up the remaining seats for this week's performances of
THE TALK OF
This will be the last appearance of the Burbank company In musical comedy for many
months. The seats are going fast. Get yours today.
Prices ■»;,(. 50c, 75c. Matinees Saturday and Sunday, 10c, 23c, HOC.
Next week —"SALVATION NELL"—Return of A. Byron irciish-y.
BTTi-r >nnn TITT? ATTTT? llelasco-Mackwood Co., Props. &■ Mjirf*.
H,i-./\a^vJ 1 ntltt\ i. xl.i\ Mutineer Thursday, Saturday * Sunday.
TONIGHT and Al.I. Tills HKKK— BelaaM company . "ill offer llo.vt'n
liiKlf"! farce-comedy eUCOeM,
.. ' ■
A Contented Woman
THERE'S NOT A DULL MOMENT IN THIS SPRIGHTLY FUN AND SONO SHOW
—IT'S EXACTLY THE .SORT OF A SI'MMER E.NTBRTAINMF.Nr THAT EVERY
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CAN SEE ANYWHERE IN TOWN.
Hear These New Song Hits from the Broadway Shows
m sunn BRADY, Hung by Cbsrlee Rotate*
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'' Rogular-Belasco prices for A CONTENTED WOMANNights 23c,. 30c, 75c.
' Matinees Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, 25c and 50c.
NEXT WEEK— Commencing Monday Night—NEXT WEEK
THE BELASCO* COMPANY WILL GIVE BY SPECIAL ARRANOEMENT WITH
HENRY MILLER THE FIRST STOCK COMPANY PRODUCTION ANYWHERE IN
THE WORLD OF CHARLES RANN KENNEDY'S GREAT PLAY.
IN THE HOUSE
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF MR. HOBART BOSWORTH IN THE ROLE OF
MANSqN (BY PERMISSION OF THE SlSl.lG POLYSCOPE. COMPANY)* . v .
Seats for THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE go on sale this morning. This
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but there Is no advance toon the regular Belasco prices.
If you want to see "The Servant in the House" you'll have to' get
your seats at once, as this great play will be given for one week only.
MASON OPERA HOUSE ' WT'.S««:
Tonight and balance at week; matinee Saturday only Opening attraction lor
. Season 1910-1811. Frederic Thompson presents ■» .;..;.
THE SPENDTHRIFT ,
By Porter' Emerson Browne.
With DORIS MITCHELL and a notable cast of players.
. Trices —50c to 11.60 Seats now on sale.
■ Next Week Henrietta Crosman in "Antl-Matrlmony." Seats Thursday. V
PUV'<l CAVf? PHAIMTANT third and main sts.
LPW'C PAITTT PHAWTANT THIRD am !0:30 DAILY.
Ii,VY 6 LArt CHAJN 1 AIN^l , ,„ „, io :3 o DAILY.
ROCiERH, STEWART & ELWOOD, the Three Kings of Harmony; BOH AL
BRIGHT, the Man Melba: LA SOLITA, Spanish Dancer, assisted by E. ORTIZ;
MADGE MAITLAND. Great Comedienne, and KAMMEHMEYER'S ORCHESTRA.
OLYMPIC THEATER , , £?&* ™,™'£ •
ALPIIIN AND PARGO offer "POLITICAL FOLLIES." a musical satire. Feat
uring OLI.IE MACK and JULES MENDEL, with mirth and music. 10c. 20c, 250.
BASEBALL— Pacific Coast League
SACRAMENTO VS. I.OS anc.Kl.ks Wedneidayi August 17; Thursday, August
18; Saturday, August 20; Sunday. August 21; Monday, August 22, at Chutes Park.
2-30 i> m Friday. August 19, at Vernon. 2:30 p. m.; Sunday, August 21. at- Vernon,
10:30 a. m. Ladles' day every day except Saturday, Sunday and holidays. Kids' day
Saturday. ' ■. . . ■ . ■ ■ >".-
CANADIAN CLUB HOLDS
SUCCESSFUL PARK PICNIC
Th« Ciina.lian club of Los Angelei
held its annual picnic at Echo park
Saturday, August 20. The attendance
iran large After partaking of a gen
erous lumh the plcntokerl wen? en-
tertalned with speeches and a good
program of sports. The principal
speaker was Rev. It. Renison. ' ',-
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OFFERS $40,000 TO AVIATORS
PARIS, Auk. L'l -The Journal an
nouncM an .iffer of a prize of $10,000
I'm- an air nun from Paris, through j
Brussels to London, iv 1011.