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500 PERISH IN
SEVERE STORMS
UTTER DESTITUTION PREVAILS
IN TORNADO'S WAKE
LIST OF INJURED TOTALS MORE
THAN A THOUSAND
Women and Children Hurt by Flying
Debris Lie Under Broiling Sun.
Hospital Facilities
Lacking
(Continued from Ta«« One)
from telegraphic reports from various
points throughout the south, places the
number of killed at 308 and the In
jured at 1091.
A summary follows:
TOWNS Killed. Injured.
Alhertvllle, Ala '■'' ';'"
Bergen. Ala. * \i
Odar Creek, Ala * '■
lirinorrul, Ala. •• »
rori Deposit, Ala •; -'
1(i.,.J- Alii : „',
Thnmusville, Ala " "_'
Warrior, Aln __» [
loin (or Alnlmma IB ]'';
Amlte, I.a « "
Angle, I.a. - '
(iidcl.- Parish *
Itiehliind, La _* ™
Totals for Ixmlslana -'& )-'|
Adams comity. Miss *•> "•«
Baxtervllle, Miss * »"
Churchill, Mist 3* 100
Columbus, M is» .•••• ' •
Taj-ettß county •] ,'•.'
MeOallum « J?
Mr.l<aln « , "
MtehM 69 zo«
Port ftlbson ••■ ' ' •'
Purvis «l 22
Wshalek * ,3 >
Wllnate __■» J^
Grand tot»U 3ftn 10! M
Another Storm Reported
By Associated Press.
ATLANTA. Ga., April 25.—Reports
received here today say that a severe
■windstorm struck Griffin, Ga., during
the night, wrecking part of Hie town,
killing five people and injuring at
least fifteen. The report declared that
a cotton mill and other business houses
•were blown down. From Columbus
the Associated Press received advices
today saying two persons were killed
and a dozen injured by the Storm
there. A telephone message from Grif
fin, Ga., says that Mrs. M. E. Greer and
M. O. Chapel were killed outright in
their homes and that a Mrs. Harris ami
her son have died since. The. storm
struck Griffin about 2 o'clock this
morning, rutting a path of about 100
yards width through 'the city and de
stroying at least twenty-five houses be
sides the Baptist church and two other
public buildings. Numerous persons
■were Injured.
NATCHEZ, Miss., April 25.— Two
bodies, both colored and badly mangled
victims of yesterday's tornado, were
found between Giles Bend and Pine
nidge this morning-, bringing the list of
dead In this section to seventy-one, of
whom all are negroes but two.
Fiv« died at local hospitals during
the night. Several others of the In
jured are expected to live. A wagon
load of Injured negroes from Churchill
neighborhood, with three victims, was
received at the Natchez Charity hospi
tal this morning. These arrivals wer
reinforced by seven from Lucerne
plantation, in Concordla parish, La.
Boy Wrapped Around Tree
One negro boy was almost wrapped
around a tree, his left leg being broken
in four places and his right arm
broken. His mother and two sisters
were killed. His father is dying from
a fractured skull and four of his broth
ers also were fatally Injured. All of
the physicians volunteered services and
four white volunteer nurses are as-
Misting In the hospitals.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 25.—Re
ports from Hector, Pope county, a
town of 200 inhabitants, say that one
half of that town has been blown away
by a tornado. Melville Story, John
Uelnchie, Samuel Austin, all farmers,
■were killed. George Prior and wife
and four children aro thought to be
fatally Injured.
COLUMBUS, Ga., April 23.—A ter
rific storm struck Columbus today,
killing outright Mrs. Norris and her
daughter Bessie. A dozen others were
injured. At Phoenix City and Glrard,
,A4a., several dwellings were destroyed
and one church was razed. The loss to
livestock was heavy.
AMITE, La., April 25.—Seventeen
bodies have been recovered from the
debris Into which a great portion of
the town has been converted by the
tornado of yesterday afternoon. Fifty
are dead and many aro injured.
Mayor Kent has made an appeal to
the surrounding cities. Decomposed
corpses In the town have become the
prey of prowling dogs. General dis
order prevails and the officials are
finding the utmost difficulty In pre
serving peace.
Loomls Succeeds Baldwin
liy Associated Frews.
OMAHA, Neb., April 25.— H.
l.oomls was today appointed general
solicitor of the Union Pacific, system,
vice John 11. Baldwin, who died
last week. Mr. Loom In has been
general solicitor of the Union Pacific
in Kansas for several years and has
been connected with thai road for
twenty-five years. Ha will make his
headquarters at Omaha.
Aged Man Foils Thieves
By Associated Fress.
OAKLAND, April 25.—John Patter
son, seventy years old, collector of the
Fisher Lumber company, after belli?
robbed of a sack containing $1300 In
coin this morning at the Central Sav
ings bank, through great courage and
presence of mind, chased the thieves
and frightened them into dropping the
treasure.
«»»
Bank's Stockholders Sued
By Associated I'rc.is.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 25.—Suits
against thp stockholders of the > all
fornia Safe T>epnsit and Trust company,
on stockholders' liability, have boon
tiled in the superior and justices courts
by the depositors' association. The
ilaims of 2000 depositors, aggregating
nearly $1,500,000, are included.
Jealous Husband Kills Pair
By Associated Press.
EL PASO, Tex., April 25.—Oliver Gar
rison today shot and killed his wife,
.-■ hoi Qaorge Allen through the abdo
men, wounded him fatally, ami then
committed suicide at Lordsburg, N. M.,
today. Garrison had been informed
that his wife and Allen were about to
dope.
Do Not Fail To See
The Starr Wave Motor Plant at Redondo
It is worth seeing. Nothing like it. It is the on!); ocean-tried success.
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GOVERNOR OF NEBRASKA
TO VISIT LOS ANGELES
Executive Will Pass Some Time In
Long Beach and Will Be En.
tertained by Well
Known Men
Governor Sheldon of Nebraska will
arrive In Los Angern at 6 p. m. Thurs
day night over the Santa Ke. A com
mittee consisting of M. 11. Davison,
| Judge "VV. 11. Moss, H. C. Atwood and
.;. I. iiu>-, viii meet ibe governor ai the
depot and escort him to the Alexandria.
On Friday night he will be escorted to
the chamber of commerce, where he
Will be received formally by the mem
bers of the chamber of commerce and
the Nebraska society. Tho governor
i will give a short address.
M. M. Davlton returned from Long
Beach last night, where he made ar
rangements Tor an elaborate program
lor the governor on Saturday. The
Nebraska society will escort the gov
ernor to Long Beach Saturday morning
and directly to the auditorium, where
there will be speaking by many emi
nent men and good music, which Mr.
Pavlson has prranged for. The party
will then hold a pood old-fashioned
basket picnic, the kind they used to
have back In Nebraska. Mr. Da\ison
request* nil Nebraskans to turn out
and assist In giving the governor a
royal welcome.
The reception in the chamber of com
! merrc will commence at 8:30 p. m. Fri
day. _
I ENGINE CREW OF MISSOURI
RISK LIVES TO SAVE SHIP
By Associate! Tress.
SANTA BARBARA, April 25.—
accident to the engines on the Missouri
that occurred today on the run of the
fleet from Santa Mopica. to Santa Bar
bara proved to have been more serious
than at first reported.
The, high pressure cylinder head of
the port engine blew out. and the en
gine room was quickly filled with es
caping steab. No one was Injured. The
supply of steam was cut off after
heroic work by the engine room force
and all danger soon passed. The Mis
souri came into port under the star
board engine alone, consequently the
vessel was out of line when the fleet
came to anchor.
A careful survey of the engine will
be made tomorrow to ascertain the ox
tent of th» damage. Th» accident will
not interfere with the Missouri's con
tinuing to San Francisco, where repairs
will bo made. < .
A new hood has been ordered from
the Newport News shipyards, where
the vessel was built, and it will be sent
to San Francisco. There were ten men
In the ngine room at the time of the
accident.
* ■ •
BOARD LETS CONTRACT FOR
AN OBJECT LESSON ROAD
By AfSOclatPd Press.
STOCKTON. April Today the
board of supervisors Jet the contract to
construct two miles of an object les
son Stone road from Stockton on the
road to Marlposa to the good roads
bureau of the chamber of commerce,
for $16,400.
The plans for the work Mere pre
pared by R. M. Morton, the govern
ment expert sent out from Washing
ton to supervise this object lesson
work, and another engineer will be
here the first of the week from Wash
ington to superintend tho execution.
It is tho plan of the chamber of com
merce to make this road an object in
the campaign for a bond issue of $1.
--600,000 for permanent stone roads. Half
of the road will be built of stone from
Folsom and the other half will come
from the Yosemita railroad line to
make a. test of materials in the wear-
Ing qualities of the stone.
« » »
I GOVERNOR OF PROVINCE
IS HALED BEFORE COURTS
By Asocial"! Pren.
BUENOS AYRKS, April 25.—News
lias been received here of a serious
situation In th» province of I'orrlents.
The provincial chamber of deputies
has approved a motion thnt the gov
ernor of the province be brought before
a local court on charges of treason
and the press predicts that anarchy
may be expected in Contents.
Furthermore a revolutionary out
break has taken place In the province
of Santiago. A band of revolutionists
attacked the larovernor of the province,
drove him and his ministers from the
state and proclaimed a provisional
government. The governor was
wounded find his brother killed in
die encounter. Troops were summoned
and put :in end to the uprising.
CLAIMS FATHER REFUSES TO
SUPPORT NEW-BORN BABE
James T. Matthews, who lives at 421.
California street, was arrested last
night "ii a warrant sworn in by an
agent of th» Humane society charging
him with failure to provide.
Matthews' wife recently gave birth
»■> .i baby and the man has failed and
refused, it is alk-ROd, to provide medi
cines, food or clothing for tha mother
and child, although he If able to do so.
Night Riders Burn Warehouse
PrtlS.
NASHVILLE, Ky.. April 25.— Masked
riders last nißht at midnight ap
ihe torch to tho larpn warehouse
of Paul Kautz at Honda Ferry, fifteen
mill s W( Bt of here on the Ohio side,
and destroyed It. Kautz Is the Inde
pendent buyer who was forced to leave
Bracken com ty a few weeks ago.
Khiumlp Shoes
At half price. All styles and sizes for
men, women and children. Top floor,
Bryson block, Second and Spring
streets.
LOS, ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, 1008,
COUPON
NOT GOOD AFTER MAT 8, 100»
Good for Tea Votes in Herald's $15,000 Prize Subscription Contest
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dress of the contestant for whom you wish to vote or the person
whom you wish to enter as a contestant, designating in either case
the number of contest, and bring or mail the coupon to The Herald
office. Do not fail to fill in the blank provided for the NUMBER
of the contest. If you fail to do so it will be impossible to count the
coupon as a vote. Information as to the numbers and other details
of the several contests is published elsewhere in this morning'?
Herald. Anyone can vote.
SENATE WRANGLES
OVER BATTLESHIPS
LODGE DECIDES TO VOTE FOR |
BIGGER NAVY
Final Action on Amendment Provid
ing for More War Vessels Is
Postponed Until
Monday
By Associated Pre*».
WASHINGTON, AprlJ 25.—1n a
speech in the senate today Senator
Lodge announced his intention of vot
ing for the four battleships amendment.
When the naval appropriation bill
came up today the. Piles amendment i
for four battleships was the pending
business. No one appearing to discuss i
the provision a viva voce vote was 1
taken which resulted in its defeat.
Senator Piles was absent from the
chamber when the vote was taken, but
soon returned, and when he was ad
vised of what had occurred said he hud
been called out and did not think it whs
fair to have his amendment voted in
that way.
Mr. Hale promptly disavowed any
purpose to obtain party action and
naked that by unanimous consent the I
vote be considered as not having been
taken. A vote will be taken Monday.
Senator Culbeison moved an amend
ment requiring contractors construct-
Ing battleships to work their men but
eight hours a day.
Senator Aldrich regretted that such
statements as those Senators Beveridge
and Piles made yesterday should have
found utterance in the senate.
"In my opinion," he said, "Those sena
tors had no authority whatever to
fepeak tor the president of the United
States as for instance, when the sena
tor from Indiana, said if this amend
ment should be considered in executive >
sessimi it would receive the unanimous
vote of the senate."
Mr. Beveridge protested that he was
not quoted correctly, and Senator Hale
Interrupted and said that Mr. Beve
ridge did say that If this matter could
be discussed in executive session there,
would bo no doubt that four ships
would be ordered.
Mr. Aldrich deprecated all talk of a
likelihood of war with friendly nations.
Books Must Be Presented
The special committee of the,house
Investigating charges against the
Electric Boat company this afternoon
entered an order for the production
of the books and papers of the Electric
Boat company, the Lake Torpedo Boat
company and copies of letters signed
with Representative Lilly's name.
The order of the Lake company was
made to include hooks concerning its
foreign business, including the cost of
construction of all the Lake boats sold
to foreign governments. Argument on
this order wijl be made Monday by
counsel for the parties Interested.
PRINCE AND MME. GOULD
CONCEAL INTENTIONS
By Associated Press.
NAPLES, April 88.—Prince de Sagan
and Mme. Anna Gould, the former
Countess de Castellane, aro still at the
hotel, whither they repaired from the
steamer yesterday. They have re
frained from Riving any information as
to their future movement?, even to
their friends. The impression has
gained here, however, that they are
endeavoring to arrange their affairs
so that they will bo able to announce
their engagement before leaving Italy.
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New Whisky Ruling
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON. April SB.—By a
ruling arranged between the depart
ments of state the treasury and agri
culture, -whisky manufactured abroad
and alleged to be mlsbranded under
the American pure food law, hereafter
will be allowed to com" Into the
country, after which it will be subject
to the adjudication of the courts under
that law.
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Former Senator Dead
By Associated Press.
BALTIMORE, M.I , April 26.—Former
United States Senator J. N. Camden of
West Virginia died hem today. He had
been HI for two weeks. Mr. Camden
was 80 years of age. At his bedside
were his wife and son, J. N. Camden,
jr., and Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Splllman
the last named being the senator's
daughter.
• • •
Change Date of Thaw Hearing
n>* Associated Press.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N. T.. April 25.—
James O. Graham of Newburg, attor
ney for Harry K. Thaw, today secured
an amendment to the writ of habeas
corpus issued in Thaw's behalf, mak
ing it returnable on May I instead of
Mbv B. The change was made to suit
the convenience of witnesses.
Japanese Raise Fund
By A>*oclatod Presi.
STOCKTON, April 25.—Stockton Jap
anese have raised $-iOO toward the
American fleet reception fund and hope
to w'l more subscriptions. They
wanted to turn the money over to a
local committee for that purpose, and
finding none, will Hend it to San Fran
cisco.
Visits Warship
■ Ida Eckert Lawrence (Mrs. Connor\
a writer of verse formerly from Ohio,
was among the last Los Angeles people
to be entertained aboard tho battleship
Ohio just before the Atlantic fleet sailed
north yesterday. Mrs. Connor had been
Invited to ko aboard Wednesday by
Oapt. Bartletl of the Ohio, bul the
storm that day prevented her.
FARMERS ALL EXCITEMENT
OVER RICH OIL STRIKE
By Associated Press.
FRESNO, April 25.—Much excite
ment has been caused here on account
of the reported strike of oil near Clovls,
ten miles northeast of the city, near
the Sierra foothills, rllgh grade oil
and chunks of asphalt have been
pumped from an ordinary water well
two miles north of town and oils of
low grades have been found In a water
well on another ranch two and a half
miles east. As a result ranchers in the
vicinity think they have a bonanza and
companies aro being organized to bare
wells.
_■ AMUSEMENTS . ;•"'__
They're Here!
The Wonderful Pictures
That Sing—Dance—Talk— Act §
"As large as life and twice as natural." See them at the ,
Gaumont Chronophone Theater
423 South Spring Street. E. A. Fischer, Manager.
Opens Monday., April 27
With a great program of i
Grand and Comic Opera —Latest Song Hits
Instrumental Music
Continuous Performances Daily From 1 to 5 and 7 to 11 p. m.
Don't Fail to See the Scientific Marvel of the Age
g> ELASCO. THEATER Ev'rv "'k'l* l£' a ""* »' • bhahp.
. • . Mhu, Th'jrs. and Sat. «t : SHARP.
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Fourth Big Week Starts Tomorrow Night
The Belasco theater stock company's pre-eminently successful, performance of David
Belaieo'a great play of early California,
The Girl of the
Golden West
Nothing approaching the phenomenal surcejs of this wonderful play , has
ever heen known in this or any other city. During- the past three weeks
thousand! nave been turned away, while tens of thousands have. enthusiasti
. ally acclaimed 'THE QIBL OK THE GOLDEN WEST" as the best Amer
ican play ever written.
Remember This Is the Last Week of the Big Show
CRT TOUR SEATS BRIGHT AND EARL? FOR THE FINAL WEEK OF THIS TRE
MENDOUSLY SUCCESSFUL PRODUCTION OF "THE GIRL OF TIIK (JOI.UKX UTEBT."
Regular Belasco prices — Every night, tie to Tie. Matinees Thursday and Saturday,
£6c to 60c\ '
TWTASON OPERA HOUSE
Monday Evening:, April 27, at 8 Sharp
VAUDEVILLE
Second Annual
Settlement Work
Benefit of BROWNSON HOUSE
Madame Helena Modjeska Trelour, athlete
Ml»» M area ret Goetz Boh .Mitchell, mnnolngliit
Seven Little Ho Peop» Olio act fane
Comic* Living rirturpN.
Fluffy Ruffle* Comic Opera Octet.
Bertha 1., Corhett and the Sunl^innct nahlen.
PRICES fiOe, tl.oo. Seats may be bought or reserved at Mason box office. No extra
charge for reserved seats. ■* t-«
PACIFIC ELECTRIC GRILL AND BEER GARDEN
FREE—CONCERT—FREE
oManfredi Chiaffarelli
Los Angeles Italian Band
CONCERT EVERY DAT from 11:45 a. m. to 1 p. m. EVERY EVENING from « to 12
p. m. GRAND OPENING EVENING, APRIL. 25. PACIFIC ELECTRIC
BLDG.. SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS.
MASON OPERA HOUSE Lm H c- r^ ATT-
Lessee and Manager.
Week beginning Monday, May 4, Saturday milliner, Charles, I rolinniii present*
Francis Wilson in mh reatest i«ughtng success.
When Knights Were Bold
Seats on sale Thursday, April 30.
ASEB ALL—Chutes Park—Pacific Coast League ~~~~
San Francisco vs. Angels
One More Game—April 26
nEXERAL ADMISSION iif-IiAME CALLED AT 2:30.
EMPTPT7 TrtVT'AT'B''R THIRD STREET BETWBKN
mriKti, rUBAI ..■ MAm AND los angeles.
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. Week of April 27. a corking bill, including Kionn Leonard, "THK SCJI'AW
GIRL;" .link s.vmondu, comedian; Wbltaker, Pitt & Co., In a comedy sketch: Hill Sis
ters, illustrations; latest motion pictures and Kmpire Stock Co. In "THE SUNNY
SOUTH." Bvenlngs, 8 and 9:30; matinee* Monday, Saturday and Sunday. Ladies'
souvenirs Monday mat. Amateurs Wednesday nights. 10c and 20c.
TONG WAR RENEWED;
THREE CHINESE SHOT
BATTLE ON STREET RESULTS
IN DEATH
Societle. Said to Ua Offering Five
Hundred Dollar* for Head*.
Peace Agreement It
Abrogated * ■-
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, April Three
Chinese were shot on I Washington
street, near Bartlett alley, in Chinatown
tonight. In what is presumed to be a
renewal of the tons: war between tho
Blng Kong and the Hop Sing tongs.
Trouble has been threatening between
tho members of " these strong factions
In Chinatown for several days and the
police have been taking extra pro
cautions to prevent trouble.
One of the men Is dead and the other
two are suffering from bullet wounds,
ono in the foot and one in tho thigh.
The dead man has been identified as
Leung Yink, a Hop Sing man. Hong
Kong, a Eing Kong man, was shot In
the foot and Lee Tay, who appears not
to have been concerned in thp trouble,
received a bullet in the thigh. Five
men were concerned in the running
fight along Washington street for two
blocks and all Chinatown was thrown
Into an uproar.
Some months ago a peace agreement
was signed between tho lenders of the
tongs, but it is said that for a week
past $503 has been offered for heads by
members of the two tongs. .
To Hang for Murdering Son
EL PASO, Tex., April 25.—Jesus Sains
was today sentenced to death at Solo
monvllle, Ariz., for murdering- his son,
Gabray Sains. The murderer, a wid
ower, married a young woman and be
coming jealous of his son, killed him as
he begged fur mercy.
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LOS ANOELES_THEATER «,^ rti.r. nd M V. rlBA B.MM
TO.MOnr, AM- THIS WEEK. WITW MATINEES >VED. AND SATVRDAti
■ JOHN CORT Presents \
Max Figman p
America's foremost comedian In.Harold MacOrath'a celebrated story, >
The Man on 1
the Box 1
■ A comedy by Grace Livingston FurnlßS. ■ ' | ■ j
What, the Kan Vrnnrlnrn Critics Bald: t '•'"', t
I iitmnii the real thing—Bulletin. ' VJB]
Max I Ignuin proves » laughing —Kxamlner. • II
Max I iKiniiii Hroren a lilt. la n Ihiikli a Chronicle. 1
■ Star rrnlly great. Laugh every minute—fall. i ■ I
PRlCEB—Night, $1.80, »1.00, 75c,. EOe, "Be; matinees. (1.00, 75c, BOc, lie, - | I
TKhv ATiniTiDRTUM Maln , lj%- FirTH AND OLIVB BTB. i |
lnpnuutmAium Ma(n tl^ ■ TirtH AND OLIVE BTB. f.J
"THEATKn BEAUTIFUL." JS
-Week of April <^J'™7 Commencing Monday Evening . j
Edgar Temple j£f / Opera Company |*-|
We GEISHA I
A Story of a Tea House
Price! —:5c,, BOc, "Be. Matinees Wednesday and Saturday, ,!Be, 800.
VENICE AUDITORIUM |«
OrEN NOW, EVERY DAT AND MGIIT ! j
A D nil? !,p of w*nd"'ul LIONS I
Dult/ troupe of ■■ -.-/, li 1U N S l||
Frank Hall, the English Lion Tamer, with AM 5
And His ■WfliiapP V
Untamable Lion VY CtlldtC |
Man. Herr and his HOXIMi KANGAROO, champion boxer of the world. ...
, Music by the Auditorium Orchestra. ■
Admission 10 cents. High class family entertainment. |
ORPHEUM THEATER Matinee Every Day i i
: ~~ Both Phones 1447. 1! i
V AII»EVII,I.K COMSIKN CINfl MONDAY MATINEE f- !
I h:n-le» F. Kvans A Co. .'': .Mn»ter Gabriel * Co. - ,1: ;
liiinoflin Troupe Hoer * I.ra ■ / H |
Frederick Bros. * Burns . Daisy Harrnurt ' .ft
Bertha Tertlna Ida O'Dajr - g
MWg Orpheuin Motion rirtures. ( .'
Remember the Managers' Monster Benefit at the Mason Friday afternoon. Mar 1. ■■■ i \
GRAND OPFRA HOUSE , Matinee* Snnday, Tuesday, BatordaT. tjl
Kt\r*U \JfVjl\t\ n.\juva Phone.: Home AJIJ7) Main 1«IT. , f |
The Family Theater H
Commencing today's matinee THE I'I.RICJI STOCK COMPANY presenting the great }:■'
emotional drama by Frederick Bryton, Is
FORGIVEN II
UKUI V JiXM |
..'■,. Matinees. 10c. ISO. " Evenings. 10c. BBc. SSr, BOc. t^
EMMA GOLDMAN—The Noted Anarchist j
MONDAY, MAY 4. « P. M. . Hi
tuksdat, april in. «p. m. "Direct Action, a Logical Tactic m
"Anarchism, What It Really of Anarchism." " I
' Stands For." Howeli hall, «14 South Main Btreet.
Metropolitan hall, 337H S."eprlng street. TUESDAY. MAY B, BP. M. v^s
RONDtv. may a. 3p.m. ' "Revolutionary Spirit of the
"Pillars of Society, Ibsen." rr Modern Drama."
Metropolitan hall 327V4 B. Spring street. Metropolitan hall, 327 R. Spring street.
SUNDAY, MAY 3. « P. M. TUESDAY. MAY 5, » P. M. -
"Crimes of Parents and "Syndicalism, a New Phase in
Educators." Labor Movement."
Metropolitan hall, 327 V, 8. Spring street. Metropolitan hall. 3274 6. Spring street.
Admission to Each of the Above Lectures Will Be 25 Cents
NrAxtr 1 tih,A I&K pnVAI 323 SOUTH MAIN ST. I
EW THEATER KUYAL. Home Phons A<os ,. ■
BIG EASTERN BURLESQUE SHOWS m I
40—Good reasons for seeing them. Pretty girls, comedians, dancers—4o. Week com- I
monclng Sunday matinee, April :«. The slde-spllttlng burlesque, |
A Modern Trilby
Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday matinee*. 3:45. Evenings. 8:15.
Remember— Only one nhow each night—two hours and a half of solid fun.
FTf«/-«TTT-<r>>e TUWATTTP First street, between Spring and Main.
ISCHER S inHiALniK. Phones: Sunset M 4044; Home A«9«S.
-Week commencing Monday. April 37, Fischer's Musical Comedy Company In f'
Th^r 1 FIGHTING 808 Wtll &s£*"
By reoue.t second week of "The I Mualral Hawallans." New rlitures. special music.
r. -ta.l» u,d 9SO Matinees dally uxcept Friday. Ladlon' Souvenir matlneo Thins
day an." Imateur night Friday. Price.:, 10c and inc. Reserved seat. 250- .
MQROaCO'S BURBANK THEATER *** gfflß&ffi? I**1 **
XYX - MATINBE TONIGHT-SECOND TRIUMPHANT WEEK
Hoyt's world-famous musical far.-c comedy, • .
e>l TRIP TO CHINATOWN
m-rff£tt 24 nrettv show girls. A barrel of new song hits. The Jolll»»t
f 7 in^to "n at any price Next week-"BALOMY JANK." Don't, forget Monster |
Managers' Asaoclatlon Beuellt at th« MasenFrlday afternoon. May 1. ■ I
The Fleet Has Flit^^ I
Mt. Lowe Is Still Here |
AND OUR WONDERFUL LINE TO ALPINE, A MILE 1
ABOVE THE SEA. REMAINS AS ' HJL
The Most Marvelous of the World's Trolley Trips / E
FIVE THROUGH CARS A DAY
f WEEK DAYS $2.50. SUNDAYS $2.00 ]
The Pacific Electric Ry
T\ IMINI HOT SPRINGS BATH AND PLUNGE.
BIMINI HOT SPRINGS BATH AND PLUNGE •»■»«•»■.■
~Qo to Blmln7~tsr~y^Tr outln*. Free table, lor private pienle partlea,
•^"^ Open evening. Great free exhibition Friday night. - ' , .;
LOS ANGELES! OSTRICH FARM v KA P s A r££ KH : \ -J^ASOk:' ■"■
Take any city line. 260 round ir|p. Including admission. Tickets ;
CITY SALESROOM 324 SOUTH BROADWAY ljf J
JRUNDV HOT'SPRINQS ' • '■'"■ A
"3> ' HOTEL AND COTTAGES, ELSINORE, CAL.
Curative Hot Sulphur; Baths/under hotel roof. ; Everything i thoroughly ■_™"<'v«ted .and
•under management of owners. We cater to the »ut? mo"'<l _t™^' Excellent table., -vA ■
Get well. Enjoy life. You can do It here. Address O. .W. AMSBUKY.. , ■ I
nt . C' .L« r "botos mad. anywhere. Architectural work, copying, an- yg I
Phntfk rinichin/1 liA iar«inK kodak FINISHING, first class work. <-»asoniM« flf I
rllUlO I llllMlllly \JV. prt?e.. 143 a. Broadway, opposite Herald. FhoiM AIM. f, 0

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