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Sc 3(J/T iJfAKD tOR 27-INCH WHITE AND tKIiAM ; 1..., . '; v : /fifltMf? /Y^\ WORTH $150 AT YARD! .............. ..U/w " M;ISJ>
la « W7t SILK WORTH 65c ". ,;;, This special offering includes suits Of both Silk and wool; are Ql I'M /AX ' On sale today only . at positively less than the factory : price; a nice as- i "Ig-:
|3} 25 pieces specially priced for "Memorable Tuesday" only; is a splendid . i.; rom three different lines; some at the price named are under- WlSti MMi4i*[\ I • sortment of new fancy striped suitings In white and black effects; as V.jg.,
H* duality China silk with soft finish; launders perfectly and will give the | iced full a third while ot hers are at half, and less even, Wi M—J ' V^t. 1 there Is only a limited quantity of these wo will sen at the price «
g! most satisfactory service; no phone or mail orders will be accepted at this j ,; f han the for which they were , nade to sell . AU f^SV STSf "he SS?t mlTe^s'Tade 0 fV"acrt er su.r s %r U separa n te hh s e k.rTs de \}%
gj :;;XC:XSX::^^ — *~ \ $1? Sfl r?^^ R Ji ! " l ? r .? 20 ' * 25 / .-*2_j£u_-pr -*— NEW FACE VEILS WORTH ~* Cn. 11
|j ,n c FOR EMBROIDERIES : $12.50 aZtSSOSuitS "ZZ S^ WOETH 50C
iSS ■ 1/L WORTH TO 39c A YARD ;V v*«ii/v CLflLi u>OLr JuUO <^r /?F^n\ >\\ ! TO $1.00 A 1 ••;v; vr .y.* r ,i £ g
«S« S a ii:; • i/VWORTHTO39cAYAKU .«_.... i- \\ ,^, ; *± #> mtm _t « I I.' ;'\'^ \ I A choice assortment of gauze, chiffon and net veils; also scarfs; chan- g:
Sa A special offering for "Memorable Tuesday" only; are of fine nainsook I Q n Sale Tuesday Oflly _ Ml, I: '■ 'A ' V ! tilly and fancy mesh flirtation veils in all the new colors; have dainty \v Jfc,
tgj swlss and muslins; corset cover and flounce embroideries 18 to 24 inches i _ •' wl":,w l" : , - . , , , ... '■ *•. ' a- «. ... If lit '''\\ ; v a , „,,„,„, „,«„„ __ -.iir- tho « Iln have hemstitched borders < iiv
1,I 1 , wide; are all finished with beading edge; very sheer and dainty and have - ! Some of these suits are made of a splendid quality taffeta Silk j '■ \\\ ' borders of pleated chiffon or silk, the gauze have hemstitched borders . : jg
3* perfectly worked edges. '■ <in plain colors ; also fancy patterns; others are of the finest Ml \\\ : and are three ya^°~^°^^ __ w __^ > _ v«S
p£ ! ;; - ;:^ r »._.-^..- -..— --. ■ _- -_ ■. jx-l\l:\::-:^-yyy^-X^-:-'-'-:-:-'^^CCi' ' wo en materials and come in every wanted shade ; are made /// I I V\ \ • ' :CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCXXXXCCS^
"-"•"■-^ : "^'^p : -— -;up in the . latest Eton coat models, with skirts that show the / ,'Jll I I \ \A : ! , f\ . li\ r - ..! '
g_J 1 A '' '■■■ -' (fr 'V fIQ _'••;, newest plaited ideas.; are particularly well made in every re- ///I//// i V \\\ ! .U/^— — ■11 1/^— " ' " '> ' ' !■ Oij j
§» J[\/^ "»JfJ« 7 O = — — '\ spect, nicely finished and suits that were made to sell regu- ///!///ii// 1 ViV\ < •'V J.W ■■".:"; i'i|P^
fgV ' •• .' i -w» v ; HrA ; ., ;,, lad at $20.00 to $30.00, will be on sale "Memorable ///lll\l X \\< \ ' •' ' -,^, TTT AT , 1C : t?^t> t>t?/~ ,„/ /.ttatut :^' :; 'IS**
3 FOR YARD REGULAR FOR REGULAR $10.00 !■; Tuesday" at, unrestricted choice, ' I l\3l i I V\\ : FOR REGULAR 15c FOR REG. 12^c CHAM-:;., &>
•gs 20c OILCLOTH " • WILTON RUGS , , ; . lilt ,;' ,;| X \v\\ ' GALATEA „ BRAY GINGHAMS | jS;
j^ (On Sale oto 10 Today Only) W^ *° *° " T1 "" M°rnlnK>M ° rnInK> \ /X /^ ugg /\ "' /I H , | MIV (On Sole Today oto 10 Only) (On Sale 2to 3 Today Only) I j§^|
"^ i' T« fho O mi on ,= 11/ 'As the . patterns in these . rugs are ''" j! ; ' ij® II A ■ l^ffl A //Iff/ Ell 'I I-11 i \l \\\\ : Are the regular standard Galateas for ; a choice assortment in both plain •:; : ■*»
i Is the regular 20c quality, 1% , copyrighted you will find them differ- , «y B» MB fam*. fa ■ I //// ////// ' I I \\\\A\\\\ shirt's suits or children's blouses; ex- co i ored an( i sma il neat flmirpd ! ■•
' yards wide, and comes in neat ent from most any other kind; the , ■ fa & B^ I M - ////// ////// i \'l \\\\\\\\\\ tr«i Bt'rnni materials and will give the col " retl an ,' , Rm^, "^t j figured ,
patterns and colorings; are not colorings arc the very best, .have a ; === i%|l • A H 1 'I V V \\\\\\\\\\ bfest of^ervTce-^^ launders Perfectly and , P atte 'l "f ht bl " e ' red ' * fl
r> ;I remnants but will be cut from ; good .wool back and heavy 1 woven ', — — — - 1^1: ' A . A 11 0 VA'# /f/ \\ \ W \%J corner in white or colored grounds '. tan dark ''""' ' and STay: -'* 11886 - J »•=
10 ;. full bolts. No mall or phone or- ; selvage; wear equally as weir as the J ©1/11 fegß thW #\/ 1U \W \\ W^^l comes ,™« ne at colored stripes , are Ilnen , shed chambray < S
(0 i[ ders. These goods are perfect- real oriental rugs and were made to ,; "^^ ■ ■ . '-^^i// ■ l*._-s^^s- ( rhP nU» aml mires • soecially Driced for < ginghams and made especially i<>s3 I
IU |i and will be on sale at this price ' 5e11... regularly at $10. Oiv sale one . MT^-'i^i,^' ■ : '•■S^^ — -^jfce^^S^ nne hour for hard service. / : '! ; 5
_J ,| for one hour. Come early. | hour N only. — Third Floor \ | . > ■ : ■ ■ ' * — — "7 '• _^^Jl____l____iL-_-: „ - '_■_■'.^^ u'uuijuw^ .-. A n 0 .-. ,-j_, ,_.^■,_,- v ,- LJ^^,-,_,-c.-o-^ n _y jTj j
1 Memorable Millinpr\& Dress FincUn s s Book Speciaisl Q ne HundredlVaJs^^
2 Sale ■ ** It lit Its f y i^v^bSsrss iwfertßs cnr for regular $i. 50 '■ V' ■ At Less Than One-third ,I ■ "4 1 ]
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• AO&®SS ; S 10C for pair nainsook dress shields. woman In the Alcove ............. .Green ] \ °T Vile KegUiar ITICe :; ; "IS
IU <J* P" A A FOR TRIMMED HATS . 3tsXtif *A&t I6c for dozen tubular shoo laces. Caleb Conovcr, Rnllronder Terhune \ . /f^lf^Y '! . O>
}2 «PO»UU WORTH $9.50 &3&££SFm -Q'iMhd&3* ') 5c for dozen jet head steel hat pins. The Edge of Haiard Horton £f r/\ FOR SILK WAISTS SIsSS 1 rtl
£ rSS&SZlfrjiGm "^'P'isO >; 10c for 6 spools Coates' darning cotton, Making; of on Americnii Kiis i 3)1«OV WORTH TO $5.00 WS-^S& $«C
fij ; Are the choicest Stvlcs for Street Or suit Wear \*(GS§£&ffil >E=n i c* 'I colors. I.nHrr.lay Sweethearts Harrison [ TB«^*y >
> there are just 50 hats in the lot to sell today at (^^^''^OT/fjgjfi^^jSfiy \\ 2 . 5 c for 8 spools best sewing thread. v sp.-.-ki.-.i Bird » Wilson . on Sale oto n Thin Morning) \*\f '"^
« this price; some are made of chip with wings l^f S^3» : s "°--kcr.the. the "^ C ° nVenient sklrt "LV ."TZ^u^a^nnair^sic^Z { The assortment includes long and short sleeve -^Jpfo^ S
yj and ribbon ; also large picture styles with chif- \,t J 19c for satin pad or hook-on supporter?. The a«iekcniiis ' Lynde '•; styles, and are made of a splendid quality all silk /?K^/|/fcfsjF^\ ' C
OS ' fon and flowers ; black Milans or chip hats for JfcE^l WtaZ %^Kr '- 2c yard for fine mercerized dress braid. The chniienge Cheney i cr ' p. C de chine ; there arc all colors in the lot except ft lwf/W/fffOl\ Iv
5^ ; street wear with silk drape, quills and flowers; <;^^^ :>^'^^^? jC .^^^^^^^^x^^^^^ black and white; are nicely trimmed with dainty {.rilSiHlifMi *\ 3
t ' fancy colored chip hats with plain or fancy rib-. , VT/7-' I - +m' ! laces and are waists that were made to sell regularly Nil [jf/fM |^j' : >-J .t * *
"' bons and quills or flowers ; are all new and spe- '_-fl^^L g^ if XI C — - 'at $5.00; there are all sizes and will be on sale this )SL \\lffl l/.H^V C '
5 cially priced for "Memorable Tuesday." ' /^tFW*&P '.• •! i J)^»T:O ' ? lIW* I !> morning, 9to 11 only, at, choice, $1.59. AWiyL H S
T- — Second Floor ; ",";., . ;.*,. y •. , /"T . . " - S ,X' :. ) b> ■ ,: v 'f Second Floor iV - ■ --\ C 3 ' ■ ft*
S : CA^ FOR READY-TO-WEAR HATS •■■■■; ■VV :i FOR COTTAGE DINNER SET DOZ. FOR JELLY TUMBLERS ' .; 7C^ FOR WHITE WAISTS | W^M'+^tW*
OUC WORTH $2.50 •: :. */' „.:'•,,;:;. WORTH $4.00 < v WORTH REGULARLY 39c lOt WORTH TO $1.50 5$
g>; Displayed on bargain table, main floor, on sale today only; no phono orders and no V.;" ! .: ; , .:' (On Sale Bto 11 Only) ,'- -; ; . ' U\[ , There are 25 dozen in the lot: the assortment includes both long and short sleeve - ;;/g»
%! ; ' exchanges; there is a large assortment of t the latest shapes in ready-to*weai~ hats ! rr ' ■- -^ _, .. • */. > Are the regular size fitted with the best i ( models; the big assortment of waists is made up from our regular *1.5U lines. ?Jg. ;
$»» for women and misses; some trimmed with rosettes of velvet, others wfth quills; ' 1501 50 pieces of fine semi-vitreous American S tin tops; are the best quality pressed and are the broken lots from each assortment at tms price, wnno mere are . , .sg^
«§f \ are in natural, white and colors; also un trimmed hats of fine satin braids in all porcelain; pure white, nicely embossed glass and some are banded while others „> not every size of each kind, there is every wanted size in the lot; some are trim- ;ig
3} ' the new shapes; are in Nocre or plain colors and are positively every. one a regu- '\ ' and finished with the best of glazing; are fluted bottoms; at this price none de- i mcd with allover embroideries and laces; specially priced ror tne one aay at just . ; . .r-
jgJ ; lar $2.50 hat. » ' •.., i made up from open stock. —Third Floor. llvered. —Third Floor ;, | half the regular value. •- V./ \\ "'■ ", .—Second *ioor .^g.
ft =< 2 gfl ¥ 7r%r4r>**m 1 1 ! Lace Curtains : Shams : Bed Sets j ___ 60=== V
MVI '. .;.. ■ ■ ■ «Py«yl/— — \J I L\JL%£ll iLIJLISLLI I*3 : From the "Law.on 8r0.. » Stock Specially Underprlced for Today j V*Y ' ' 'rX ;-■;; -■; $4
?' FOR "FOSTER" $5.00 WOMEN'S if w^ V . " "'.' ' _ $1 OS S?? Mq^2SSSSM q^2SS5S 'J?J CUR " X ; FOR REGULAR . $3.50 AND $4.00 FINE !f|
<Sf j BUTTON SHOES /TV? HOH O m HnoH ! VfM.m7%J TAINS WORTH 3)3.50 ruffled curtain, ;; ' X KID GLOVES Vi |i tS"
3} BUTTON SHOES M //iW/Jf fJf//»/jW | A very choice assortment of pretty ruffled curtain, ! I KID ULOVbb
'fet/j , toes, short vamp, hand-turned square edge soles, C ' ' • ' ' ■ . '. Bl v \ .1 are exceptionally durable for bedroom and living also cape gloves in brown; either three clasps or |HL.
S^s ( high millltary heels; have, high instep and fit ■ ' I ' —^mJSWSSI VI \ \\ \ rooms. ■ ', , :.:■-. . pearl buttons at wrist; finished with three rows of ; K ;«».
3rw . ,■ closely in the hollow of the ' foot, combining stylo i CA« FOR MUSLIN UNDERWEAR XsP^^sSC^ ' \W \\ \\ 1 fl/^ PAIR FOR REGULAR 50c ' i narrow embroidery stitching on back: made of the
w' and comfort; genuine "Foster" shoes. OUC WORTH TO $1 ' "S^S'f^^^ i' hIA \ vv\ll IVC RUFFLED CURTAINS '• '■' Unest selected skins and every pair warranted. q»,
t and FOR WOMEN'S $3.50 VICI . ]'< One of WORTH largest assortments that has eve* '^r^T^f^W^l \W \W\ A IVC RUFFLED CURTAINS and ( Bnest AT FOR REG. $2.50 WHITE . : jS^
(M OC FOR WOMEN'S $3.50 VICI i One of the best and largest assortments that has ever ' Xl'^Sl. A very pretty curtain "or bcdrounia'bungaloivs and \ (j?| QF FOR REG. $2.50 WHITE
'S* i jll.Vgl KID SHOES ' been offered at this price; are made of fine nainsooks 1 KS^'jffijP ; '*"M \ r^^KflL^"-----?^)^ beach cottages; made of a good quality Swiss with ' \ d/J.»x€J LINEN PARASOLS • l&
»- «(ym»^«^ .r.*t\ ""*'■•"'" and cambric materials: are pronerlv cut and extra \ K.-jnjJJfXl. * ■ iSB?*jV)L. " = jS*' full ruffle; nicely finished taped seams. No phone or ;, \ ' • . ' {S 1 - 1 -
JR' There la every wanted width and size in this as- well made; the assortment includes both long and 'tj \S§tb*f /WVSWSj/ ! /fflC> Ofv*hh fin mail orders. ■"•'', / A "Memorable" Tuesday from the big parasol sale; ( J«-
£3 sortmenl of new stylish shoes which we are plac- short petticoats with wide flounces, some with tucks, »li'frO«o/,F«jMK ! £j 3TTC Jl%ffi!x2H9 /% _ Trnr> T Ar>TT TJTT Tnw «51-TAM«i ' are plain white with one row of embroidery inser- , lg»
S3 ing on sale today; are new, shapely, comfortable , others with embroideries and fine tucks, still others m , \a\(r\/>J?^ W'*'^ /We UK i^/W^n, iri.L.l*,^ vv onnmo , tion; also white with assorted polka dots; have , « l:
3/ | lasts made with patent tips, have hand-welted ''/ finished with fine Torchon lace; gowns in high or V iu£ Wf\^*wMs < f\ Mil Llt)\/ WORTH 50c \ white enameled frames, wood rods and natural j jSi
* soles and military heels; leather is an excellent ' : shaped neck with deep yoke of fine tucks, embroidery jfiffl^^ &<mks ' m m T^e Pr^e^d^V l rw t« In^t- half the regular ! I wood handles. . ! k Qi
quality vicl kid; are In lace, button and- Blucher or lace Insertion, finished with ruffles. Chemisettes MWtM. MiSf /Ef Wh i P ™ o( i« n t TZ m^mv sS.ttir.eham lace '■
rd a^?rdar tively $3 - 50 shoes: speciaiiy is B^'^^^sSHH?^ FO c R^^ T ?^^^n l ; u^ AT?
S» i ; ."' '• ' wide ruffles at the bottom and over shoulders. Draw- f£WgyMWK3g|'> /!S !«H C 5 C A FOR LACE BED SETS O"t< LISLE "MILO" UNDERWEAR j (ft
3* 7T/. FOR WOMEN $1.25 <;■ ors in all' the most wanted styles, some with flounces %fi fiS* if. till WORTH 00 -v ) . , „ , , , a ' 19
»J ItlC ROTinOTR ST TPPFR^ " lace ' others embroidery and some lain with lino ,<W^O#s!p- y fU.UU WUKlti , Either neck and long sleeve or low neck and ; |»
d IUVJJUUUUInauri'JiKS tucks, open or closed styles. Corset covers with full *m*m4a^-ft«tt Made of a fine quality Imported bobbinet; have a deep and very full flounce , sleeveless styles; have tape or hand crochet yokes; jST
Wp; The colors arc blue, gray, red and brown; have lace fronts, some with deep lace both front and back, with pretty Battenberg motif in center; some are all covered with half Inch < j pants to match are ankle or knee length finished , s*;
fi! ' silk pompon ornaments, turned soles and are an still others with insertion and edging; many different . r*SSWPr *S5WP ' ,( Battenberg braid and edgings, all bottom flounces are finished with Bat- ;|, with lace; also union suits same style knee length i «g>.
3* \ ideal slipper for hot weather; the assortment in- ; styles and all finished with dainty ribbon beading; the price named for ( ! tenberg; set complete with bolster cover to match; specially priced for , and lace trimmed; fancy crochet yoke and all are, JK
•jj^ i eludes all . sizes. „ '•- '' \ "Memorable Tuesday" is scarcely cost of material alone. 1 "Memorable Tuesday" only. .• /vj". 1 — Third Floor , hand finished. ; •■ IS*
gjimStws^ 7fessusWs T&s^f#& 7sssMsM& \SS-JS^f& (WHAT OTHERS ADVERTISE. WE SELL FOR LES&) .^^&& l/^Si^^SSS 3&H#H^^
LAWLESS ACTS
STILL CONTINUE
WOMEN TRY TO ASSIST THE
STRIKERS
Unless Conditions Improve, Governor
Gillctt Promises to Send State
Troops to San Fran
cisco
(Continued from Page One>
a corporation. A term of this lease
provides that the road shall be sur
rendered to the city upon demand. The
supervisors did not reach a decision.
The citizens' committee of fifty ap
pointed recently by the mayor for me
diation purposes today adopted a re
port by its subcommittee on law and
order recommending that the mayor
call on the governor for troops If the
city authorities fall to restore peace.
President W. D. Mahon of the Inter
national Car Men's union, who is here
to oversee the strike, today expressed
the belief that "with the 90,000 union
pople of San Francisco backing thorn
>'l/lUArn" There is v reason why
If II VV L U m° r e *»71« K'° vea
IV II IA r X re worn tIIRU alt
.11 fl I !■ 1 1 others together. I, >
sasKiriafeZ pL n c c
s&jtzte b L U V 1 0
the striking car men cannot lose their
fight. The United Railroads," he added,
"never can operate its system at a
profit without the patronage of the
union people of the city."
GILLETT SAYS ORDER
MUST AND WILL BE
MAINTAINED BY POLICE
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 13.— Shortly
after noon a rumor spread to all the
newspaper offices and about the streets
that strikers and their sympathizers
had slain a motorman and a passenger
in the Richmond district. Inquiries
failed to find any truth in the report
and it was set down by officials of the
United Railroads as a "probable move
In the campaign to scare the public
from riding on the cars."
Governor Glllett this afternoon re
ceived a number of newspaper men and
discussed the situation with them
frankly. He asked many questions as
to the condition of affairs In various
parts of the city where the lines are in
operation and he remarked that "in a
time such as this some individual acts
of violence must be expected."
This question was asked of the gov
ernor:
"Do you now view the situation as
sufficiently serious to warrant the "call
ing out of the militia or what must the
situation be to warrant that step?"
"No," he replied, "things are not bad
enough yet to require troops. There
must be first a general state of riot —
general threats to do injury to lives
and property and the congregation of
crowds who defy the police. Sporadic'
acts of individual violence do not con
stitute a state of insurrection, and until
a state of Insurrection exists I shall
not order out the national guard.
"I have just received a report stat
ing that at the corner of Fourth and
Market streets workmen on a high
building bombarded passing cars with
stones and finally hurled down timbers
# LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1907.
at them. This and similar acts of out
rage are for the police to suppress, and
they must be repressed sternly, prompt
ly, vigorously. Another thing, this
verbal abusing of passengers has got
to cease. People must be guaranteed
the right to ride on the cars in peace
and without assault of any kind. The
flinging of oaths and shameful obscen
ity at the public because the public
chooses to exercise its right to patron
ize a public utility must not be toler
ated by the police."
Scores Negligent Policemen
At this point the governor listened to
a recital of instances happening today In
which policemen refused to repress acts
of individual disorder and insult, espe
cially along the Mission street line. He
said:
"I wish you newspaper men would
invariably note the number of police
men refusing to do their duty. These
men are paid by the city of San Fran
cisco to protect Its citizens, and If they
refuse or fail to do their duty there is
but one thing for the chief of police or
the mayor to do — take away their stars.
If I see Mayor Schmltz again I shall
tell him so. The chief of police should
mass his very best and dependable men
on Mission and Valencia streets. There
is where the worst trouble is likely to
occur and a disturbance starting in
the south of Market street district is
apt, in the present state of affairs, to
spread Into a great and disastrous riot
throughout the city."
"How long shall you remain here to
view the situation?" the governor was
asked. He replied:
"I must return to Sacramento on
Thursday. But it is only a couple of
hours' ride and I can return at any
moment. I shall keep my staff here
probably all summer, in charge of Ad
jutant General Lauck, with whom I
shall be at all times in close touch. The
state will not withdraw its attention
from San Francisco until the trouble is
fully and finally over."
The United Railroads was compelled
to hold its cars at the Sutter line barn
on Point Lobos avenue, at Thirty-third
avenue, on account of the lack of po
lice protection. This Is within a short
distance of the Cliff house. Reserves
were called out to scatter the mob col
lected there and operation of the cars
was begun.
Sophia Frank, aged 7 years, a pas
senger on a Sutter street car, was
struck by a brick hurled at California
street and Fifteenth avenue. The
child's head was severely lacerated.
She was removed to the Park Avenue
Emergency hospital, where It is stated
this afternoon the Injury will confine
her to her bed for a considerable time.
The trouble at the refuge camp at
Thirteenth avenue and California street,
wnen all of the glass In one of the com
pany's new $10,000 cars was smashed,
was suppressed by the calling of re
serves. An extra force is now on guard
at this spot.
On the Turk street line the union
driver of a load of flour delayed a car
for four blocks. Officer No. 208 is re
ported for refusal to interfere.
Rocks were thrown at car No. 1871 at
Sixth avenue and California street on
the Sutter street line. The crew report
that they asked police officer Ni>. 679 to
turn aside a dray immediately after
this happening and that his reply to
the strike breakers was: "Go to hell."
Strike sympathizers turned a pair of
car wheels weighing 1000 pounds loose
on the hill approach to the car house
at Point Lobos and Thirty-third ave
nues. The wheels descended the grade
with great velocity, entered the barn
and smashed the fender of car No. 1332.
CITIZENS' COMMITTEE
IN FAVOR OF CALLING
OUT THE MILITIA
SAN FRANCISCO, May 13.— The citi
zens' committee of fifty met today at
yie office of Mayor Schmttz and listened
to a report from the committee on law
and order.
The report recited the distressing in
dustrlal conditions prevailing in San
Francisco, and especially the inter
ference with the street car and tele
phone systems. The committee recom
mended that the public service corpora
tions be permitted to operate without
hindrance.
The report also recommended that if
the mayor found the city authorities
were unable to suppress disorder
he call upon the governor to send troops
to maintain law and order. The report
was unanimously adopted.
Andrew Furuseth. the labor leader, in
troduced a resolution demanding that
the United Railroads company be com
pelled to at once put its whole system
in operation. Failing this, that suit be
brought in the court to have a receiver
appointed who will operate the street
cars. This resolution, In spite of Mr.
Furuseth's objections, was referred to
the executive committee. The commit
tee of fifty then adjourned.
Mercury Drops Suddenly
By Associated Press.
ALLIANCE, Neb.. May 13.— The mer
cury dropped to below freezing today.
A light rain last night turned to snow
and covered the ground this morning.
Snow has fallen as far west as Edge
mont.
Wonderful Ecienia Cure
"Our little boy had eczema for five
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Magistrate— Are you guilty or not?
The Prisoner— Well, your honor, I
think I am, but I'd like to be tried to
make sure. — Sketch.
DROWNED MAN'S
NAME UNCERTAIN
Brother Denies That Frank Gee Was
the Man Who Lost His Life
Sunday Off Venice
Breakwater ,
The Identity of tho man who was
drowned with Capt. John Cochran off
Venice Sunday Is still a mystery, al
though it was yesterday reported that
the ill fated sailor who went down to
his death when the launch Boston and
her skipper mot their end was Frank
Gee.
As soon as he heard the report, Gee's
brother made haste to Investigate anti
deny that Frank was Cochran's com
panion on the fatal voyage. He stated
that Frank Gee was in Ocean Park last
night long after the fatality had oc
curred, and that at an early hour Mon
day morning Frank Gee went out from
Santa Monica on another fishing trip.
Until the body comes ashore, which
will probably be some time today or
tomorrow, the remains cannot be
viewed In order to establish Identity.
It is supposed that Capt. Cochran's
unfortunate companion was a San
Pedro fisherman, but inquiry at that
port does shed any additional light on
the mystery.
Homeless children received and placed
In houses for adoption. Apply Rev. O.
V. Rice, Superintendent Children's Home
society, 334 Bradbury building, Los An
geles.
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OPEN SWITCH IS
CAUSE OF WRECK
By Associated Press.
SALINAS, Cal., May 13.— Train No.
2, known as the coaster, which left
San Francisco this morning, when near
Camphora, a small siding between
Gonzales and Soledad, about 25 miles
south of Salinas, was wrecked by a
misplaced switch. The engine, tender,
baggage car and two passenger cars
were derailed and thrown into the
ditch.
The engine turned over completely.
The cars were demolished. Owing to
the fact that the train was not running
at a very high rate of speed, more cars
were not derailed.
It is reported here by the railroad
officials that there was no one serious
ly hurt, though many are said to have
received minor Injuries. No trains
have arrived from the south since this
morning.
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Address, The Mother Gray Co., Le Roy,
N. Y.

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