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Members of Pacific: Chapter, Order Eastern Star, Who Will
Appear in Benefit Program tonight at Gamut Club House
Above, from left to right,'are _lttle"~Ora May Miller; Miss Jessica
Smith, worthy matron; Chloe Routzahn, past grand matron.. Below are
Mm. Lloyd W. McAtee, and. Oswald M. Justice, worthy patron.
; • Eastern v Star, will give its long
„ planned benefit vaudeville per
formance ' th* evening in the Gamut
: club ■ house. I ;
V Members ofi the chapter have been
untiring in tHeir efforts to make lt a
, A ' QUIET home wedding which ls to
7/1 be witnessed by relatives and to
be witnessed by relatives and in
■'"**• • timate friends only will be sol
emnized at 2: SO today at. the residence
'of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
.T M. Daniel, 171>1 Westmoreland boule
vard, when Miw. Luclle D. Gay and
i Hugh Barckley J Brown will be united
In marriage by .Rev. J. J. Pritchett of
: Trinity Methodlat church, south.
The bride wW be attended by her
' sister, i Miss Delia and Miss Melissa.
Daniel, while John Howze and T. C.
Brown will stand with the groom. Mr.
Brown and his bride are planning a
short trip and in view of this Mrs. Gay
has chosen to wear her handsome tray
: cling I dress of liitht tan broadcloth at
the ceremony and a big picture hat
with plumes. , Her attendants will wear
•white silk. ! .■ . ■ , * ...
s After August J, the newly wedded
pair will be jat | hiome at 2302 Juliette
street. _______ ■';,'■; ...
y Vickney.Ball
\ The marriage of Mrs. Adele Ball and
B. L. Vickrey, both of this olty, took
place yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock
at the home of the bride on West Sixth
street. Father P. J. Farrelly of St. An
drew's church, j Pasadena, reading the
marriage office of the Catholic church.
Only relatives and a few intimate
friends witnessed the ceremony.
• The bride was attired in chiffon of
' pale lavender, and varying tints of the
V. 'Hi /
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Every Day Excursions
Tent City
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$4 ' ••'•'' Ipl
Round Trip
Tickets on sale daily until September 5, 1908.
Final limit Sept. 30, 1908.
i -Jf,'. For other information call on
| E. W. McOee, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept., 334 So. Spring Street
Home Phone A 9224 -.■■•::■''■. ...' 7,' Sunset Main ■ ".ffiiftlm
Phone A 9224 Sunset Mam 738
V'j /^^'f*\iAAi&;r**ih*S*wW,w^ . ' .. ''-&-&*i_*;'.rB^^S_tt^:jy r«V_f»l_»^
success in every way, and an interest
ing ' program has been'; arranged for
the good cause. -'*.- y-- './' ■ :]■ ■". ■yf-'Y';'
Pacific chapter is well known for its
social affairs, and the one this evening
promises to eclipse all others given
heretofore ;by this popular' chapter.'
same color , were used throughout the
room. • She * was ' attended; by Mrs. J.
Henry Zltt, a friend of hex school days,
who was gowned in gray chiffon. =
Mr. and Mrs. Vickrey will be at home
at 1806 West Sixth street after Sep
tember 1. ' ___7_!___
Vacation In the North
• Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Guy
Eddy is enjoying a month's vacation
on a ranch in Yager, Humboldt county,
sixty miles from the nearest railroad
station. . Mrs. Eddy and small son left
yesterday for a visit of several weeks
with friends In Orange.
The marriage of Miss Clara May
Smith, daughter of Hiram Smith of
227 North Hancoclc street, and Clar
ence Park took place last evening at
8 o'clock at the home of the groom's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Park. 165
North Hancock street. Dr. F. O. Cressy
of the Eastside Baptist church oflctat
ing. A few relatives, and. intimate
friends were present to witness the
pretty ceremony. w -'["*
After August , 1 Mr. and Mrs. Park
will be at home at 8020 Altura street
Young Folk* Dance
Miss Sarah Clark and Russell Clark
entertained about forty young friends
last evening with a dance at the home
of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Clark, on Westmoreland place. ',-.
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' Gamut Club Minstrels
; The Gamut club vaudeville perform
ance at the Auditorium tonight gives
promise of . being, about the best ama
teur show attempted in , Los Angeles
Following: are chapter officers who
have taken part in arranging the bene
fit tonight:, Jessica W. Smith, worthy
matron; Oswald Justice, worthy pat
ron; Anna . Shorb, assistant matron;
Ethel Ross, conductress; Sarah
Thatcher, assistant conductress; Ad-
for many months. Judging ; from ; the
advance sale of seats there will be an
unusually large crowd present. The
performers declare they will have some
of the best "gags" ever sprung on. an
unsuspecting audience, and their songs
will be "up to the minute." Some of
the features of the bit: show, it ls said,
are an innovation.
With a Dance .
Mrs. W. B. Cline to entertaining to
morrow evening . with a dance at her
home on Figueroa street. :'**», 7
For Bride.elect
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Mrs. Philip Forve was hostess Sat
urday evening at a handsomely ap
pointed dinner given at her home on
Westlake avenue in compliment to Mrs.
Adele Ball and B. L. Vickrey, whose
marriage took place yesterday.
;.;■;., • Chapllne-Roble
The marriage of Miss Anna Roble of
this city and Dr. F. L. Chapline of
Orange was solemnized Monday even
ing at the horpe of the groom's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Chapline of
Burlington avenue, a reception follow
ing the ceremony. Dr. and Mrs. Chap
line will make their home in Orange.
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. Through the courtesy of Mr. Black
wood the Belasco company, under the
direction of Mr. Hobart Bosworth, will
present Sheridan's play, "The Critic,"
before the Friday Morning club at the
Woman's club house Friday, June 26,
at 11 o'clock. The company will be en
tertained at luncheon after the . play.
No luncheon tickets can be procured
after Wednesday. ,Y. V m.
Pedestrian Who Was Struck by Car
In the Charge of an Alleged Care
less Chauffeur Wants $1300
I Alleging he was run down and pain
fully and permanently injured by a
chauffeur, who, he says, drove the ma
chine in a careless manner, E. B. Whit
lock filed suit: in the superior court
yesterday against E. R. Braley, whose
agent, lt is claimed, was in the charge
of the machine which injured ] the
plaintiff. ■-■■.--- !'
The complaint states Whitlock was
walking on the road leading from Pas
adena to Los | Angeles, | near • Newton
park, when he was run down by an
automobile, the driver of which made
no effort to warn Whitlock of Its ap
proach. "-"-:'.*■'
He asks for damages in the sum of
$1300, because of sustaining j fractures
of three ribs and being otherwise In
jured. - , ' . '
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Tiger's Victim Improving
Herman Gerson, head animal keeper
at the Eastlake park zoo, who was seri
ously Injured by an enraged tiger sev
eral days ago and whose left arm was
amputated by the surgeons .at the
county hospital Monday, rested easily
yesterday, and it is Improboble he will
lose his right arm, as was ■at first
feared. If: >'i.«*¥ -"' ''-■'/' '. '->.":'.'."•
Speaks on "Good Roads" .
"Good Roads", was the subject of an
address by Supervisor Patterson , last
night at Seventh street and Towne ave
nue. ■ - ' ■ ■■■■•■"■ ."■■-•■ ■■"■'--■
KATotn «ss_tf_a»EW
The genuine -stc th* Al nil PA
name ln the hem, till 11 If L V
s^g. ,MM>iSHLIIf to
__*_*■_-:- A_«i<i_iii__iiiMiiHi»ii'iiii^l Ml f*'il „ in* .* i
die Walker, secretary; Mary Worth,
treasurer; Elizabeth Winston, Adah;
Anna Cross, s Ruth; Charlotte Young,
Esther; Clara Terras, ■ Martha: Bruce
Davis, lecturer; Mary, McDowell, war
den; George Wood, sentinel; Elizabeth
Zeiser, chaplain; Mayme Smith,' mar
shal, and. Agnes Buisseret, organizer.
Musical; World
The annual social event of the Lyric
club, the reception, and musical given
by the outgoing board for the officers
who are to serve the ensuing year, was
given yesterday afternoon in Symphony
hall. Hostesses were Mmes. G. J. Vie
ira, L. W. Harmon, O. A. Traversy, G.
A. Crandall, David Parry, H. W. Sha
rer, L. S. Christian, E. E. Marsh, Miss
Mary Comings and Miss Jessica Law
rence.' '. • ' I
The occasion, which was delightfully
informal, was signaled by the presenta
tion by the club of a beautiful pearl
pendant to Mrs. Vieira, who has served
as president for two years. , 7.J.';*
The program given was the follow
ing -VY ■<• ' - ' .'.-.. -• .V
"Oh, That We Two Were Maying," (Nevln)
Miss Letltla Williams. - - • :•
"Flower Song," (Bevlgnani) Mrs. Bracken
ridge Clemens. • - *••.■-.. i '■•.*.- ■ i
"Aye Maria." (Luzzi), Miss Ethel Parker.
"The Temple Bells," "Less than the Dust"
(Flnden), Mr. Poulln. .
"Aus Meinem Grossen Schrnerzen," (Franz)
Mrs.'C. A. Post. ■..-.., ■-.... „
"Under, the Greenwood , Trees," (Kelley):
"Thy , Beaming i Eyes." (McDowell), Mrs.
Clarence M. . Knox. , , •',. ■'
"Recompense," (Hammond). ''.'-'
"The Years at the Spring," (Mrs. Beach) Mr.
Poulln. . •,:..* . iv»/7Y.'";*■■;*■.»v.
'■ A certificate concert > was given '. in
Symphony hall Tuesday evening by
pupils of the Los Angeles Conservatory
of Music, Mrs. j Emily J. j Valentine,
president. .'. ■.' '.* ' „ ' „.'..,:■- :•. *■
The program rendered was the fol
lowing: L, ■■'■;•'»•' '';%';" '„.
Trio,' fantasia operatic, (Czerny) ' Agnes Gra
ham. Jessie Henthorn, Elsa Barker.
Piano, "Lea ' Myrtles" ' (Wach) Gladys The
resa Beck.' ' • 7 -'■'--7 7
• Reading, "The Drummer .Boy," (Anon)
Charles Edmund Bertholf. •, ■ , ■■ ■ •->
Piano, "Mountain Stream," (Sidney Smith)
Annie Theresa Zacsek.
■ Violin, ''Medley of Scotch Airs," (Bowman)
Charles Yglesias. , .■■•.»• ■- t
I Piano, "II . Trovatore," . (Dorn), Harold Shu
gart. ; ■■.-■■>'■••.;..-'.■■ -
Reading, "Nellie's Prayer," (George R. Sims)
E. Bernlce Howland.
Piano, "Chanson . Joyous," (Ravlna) Jessie
May Henthorn.
"Heart Message," - (Koelllng), . Araxla M.
Oration, "The Call for Service,". Kyle Zenaa
Grainger. ■ ■ ■ . ■■■■■■.- . • ,_ ■
, Piano, "Theme Allemand," (Leybach) Pearl
Massie. ff '-•'•' - ' -:- • ■'. ■
Piano, "The Wanderer," - (Schubert-Lange)
Florence A. Reynolds. U "' * '• < .
I Reading, "Jimmy Brown's Prompt Obedi
ence," (Anon), Vreda Ellmore. ■
Piano, "Le Crepsecule," (Hoffman), Olive N.
Ellis. ". •' ■ ' - - : > I. ■■■ *
Piano, ."La Zenobia," (Qulgley), Lulu L.
liambacher. •• ■•. .• ,
Violin, "Lucretla Borgia," (Slngellee) Casa
Bell. 1 ■: '. ... ■•- .. •- . .-.. ....
Piano, "Polish Dance," (Scharwenka), Ag
net. Belle Graham. -' . . .
The pupils receiving . certificates in
th ethree grades were: •
' PREPARATORY*;PIano: 7 };.•'•■/'{:/ y-,ik
Arthur W. Ashton, Gladys Theresa Beck,
Ruperta Marie Beck, Elsa May Barker, Win.
Htnry Campbell, William James Curry, Ethel
Vreda: Ellmore, Ross Elsa Oherkens,. Agnes
Belle Graham,. De Etta. May Hitchcock,
Georgia Evelyn Hastings, Jennie, Patterson,
Muna May Roberts, Gladys Clara Sowers, Allle
Gillette Tompkins, Mattle Chlo Youel.
■ Violin—Gladys Theresa Beck, I James Emory
Beck, Marcus C. Clark, Virginia S.Oackman,
Douglas A. Mullen, H. Wilfred Winnett, Wal
ter. N. Root. ..,'.. 7. ".'■".,
' Elocution— Edmund Bertholf, Ethel
Vreda Ellmore, Kyle Z. Grainger, E. Bernlce
I lowland, Ira J. Prlddy, Glenn A. Rabe. Lela
H. Rabe, Helen Ruth Scheck. V
Guitar—Homer Byron Kirk. "
INTERMEDIATE '..« ■ ' ' . *, ", -7s
Piano—Arthur W. Ashton, I Letha Violet Bly,
Kathleen Bernlce Brown, Anna Margaret Ellis,
Agnes B. Graham, Jessie May Henthorn, Annie
Thersa Zacsek, Pearl Massle, Harold Bhugart,
Allle Gillette Tompkins. ■■;■.■ y■: -.
i Violin— Yglesias. .'.,(: 4n
I Elocution—Florence Lllla-Belle Brown, Ethel
Vreda Kllmore, E. Bernlce Howland. 7
;■■-.,: ACADEMIC 1.".-,r.''.7.*'-.:''.
Piano—Olive N. Ellis, : Agnes Belle Graham,
Lulu Louise Hambacher, Araxia M. Jamgoch
ian. Pearl Massle, Florence Augusta Reynolds.
* Violin—Caasa Bell. .i ■-.*.. -■■' Y. ■ <-, » «."V- ■'v-7* :■■
' Elocution—Ethel Vreda Ellmore, Elsie Holder.
• Atoll of Jiiin —i ■■*) rrr .ri f*4.u* Union, Lulu V.
.-^V_-_wffW-K^ ; _Brfffni--P~B WfJmr,fto-Wi *t W> f
Wk f&AV4 '~ _*>*} sf_S___ ' ~~^""^»___
> Kays er^GLqves)
JT 1 BfllvSaEl iiLKt M-iVlbVi
"The whole secret— *• W
is in the hem. If you find the Mf
■.v^W. name ii: "KAYSER" .'; you have the '■' -Mf'
W genuine, the kind that don't wear out M
Despite the Fact That Yesterday, Was
! Twenty-third, Brides and Groom*
Throng County Clerk's
'''Y-Y Office .'/33 '
Notwithstanding the date yesterday
was i "skldoo," and probably because
today Is the last Wednesday in June,
Deputy Clerks Wood and Watson were
kept on the jump all day issuing mar
riage ,' licenses ,| to prospective m June
grooms. In all thirty 1 licenses were
Issued. yy .-. 7
"Are we too late to get a marriage
license?" asked a young couple *in
chorus as the hands of the clock pointed
to 11:68. ;.„..> :-.."
When answered in the negative the
blushing girl exclaimed: ' -"-<'
'. "I •am awfully glad. Honey and I
wanted to get married on Wednesday,
and .we would: not have ' a chance to
come to town tomorrow. Had we ar
rived too late today I would have made
him wait until next, June,; because lt
ha* always been my wish to get mar
ried on : Wednesday ln the \ month of
roses."' v: ' > ■».'--•--•--''• I
After receiving the coveted document
the pair left the office murmuring sweet
nothings to each other. ' » ''f
., "Is this the place j marriage licenses
are issued?" asked a nervous•young
fellow. He was told It was. 7 ■
"Well, I would like to get one," | he
continued, "and I would ask you to be
careful and write plainly and spell the
names correctly. I read, a I story In a
morning paper not long ago about a
fellow named Wilde being sent to San
Quentln because of some funny busi
ness about a license. I don't want to
get Into any trouble of that kind right
after lam happily settled." - A ;■• - -
The clerk allayed his fears.
A nicely dressed young man wa*s
nervously waiting while the clerk was
making out a license when a reporter
appeared and began to copy the licenses
on a pink slip of paper.
"I did not know those newspaper fel
lows put marriage licenses in the sport
ing section," he remarked to a friend.
, "Cupid is certainly working overtime
today," answered both clerks when
asked If the day was not a banner one.
'/ •',; •■;■;-■ " -— i<";y '-k'i 'y.u.i
The month of June has been a ban
ner period for brides and grooms at
the Alexandria. Dozens of the newly
wed have found shelter under the hos
pitable roof of the big hotel, and more
are • coming. ;, y ■■■'■'■ ■'"■
* Some of the more prominent couples
who have . registered there since the
June season for brides has begun are
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis of Goldfleld,
Mr. and Mrs. R. ,J. S McDonald of
Butte, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence T. Ab
bott of San Diego, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Judell pf San Francisco, Mr. and' Mrs.
Joseph Riordan of San Francisco and
Mr. and Mrs. J. Meyerfleld, also of the
bay city.". '■' , ..;.
Arthur Morton of Seattle Is at the
Alexandria. ', '.-.' r
Mrs. J. W. Bixby of Long Beach is at
the Angelus. .»" , 7 . '. ",
W. D. McMillan of Detroit, Mich...is
at the Alexandria. - y.
I E. G. Carutners, a prominent banker
of Yuma, is at the Hollenbeck. ;
Mrs ■F. . P. "1 Morrison • and party of
Redlands are at the Van Nuys. 7, .".•.-;":
- G. L. Bennet, an attorney iof San
Francisco, Is at the Westminster.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Davis of River
side we staying at the Westminster. j<
Drs. W. > B. Coffey and' S. 'A. : Bishop
of San Francisco are at the Van Nuys.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. E. Brown lof
1 Phoenix, Ariz., are at the Westmin
ster. .•.-.'.. *■"- '<
Miss Annie Mills ' Fraser and H. M.
FraSer of Riverside are at the Lanker
shim. ■.'-'.-■■-. :■■ /-",'•; .;■/*?«:.
Theodore A. Bell, - state Democratic
leader, of San Francisco, is at the Hol
lenbeck,' ' ryy- ■'■'■" ','.-'• '..'7'--) ■'"-'■, '•'-':
'Mrs. Ketner, who is prominent in So
cial circles In Kansas , City,' is at \ the
Angelus. ;' '.■ .• y :'"■ *'■ ■'''*'"- -''- ' ";'
Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Swofford atid
son of Kansas City are staying at the
Lankershim. , , '.-, ''"; ." ■'/ '"-<*•';' '»"■
Mrs. C. Sherck and Mrs. C. M. Dolan
of ' San ' ■ Francisco •« and s * Mrs. '> E. „ C.
Hughes of Portland are at the Alexan
dria. :.*■-: :•,••■'•,■:.'" y ■ 7".'.; k .'■»:..*•; ykiryy:. ■'y.
, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Sheldon* Theressa
C. ■ Sheldon and Dr. f Anna« Deputy of
Riverside are staying at the Van Nuys.
They drove from Riverside in' a tour
ing caT, ' ■'■-'.-■ -.■■>'■ •'■■"'■ -•■'-»'■" -*' '■'-■-■
Hambracher, Olive N. Ellis., Jessie May Hent
hern, ■ Ethel , Piatt, ' Anna T. Zacsek, Stephen
Bs___l ■ '■'' ' ' •' ''''■''■ !-*■*■'■*".' '* ■f. '* a ■'— ■■'•'' k-'
■■ Prise pupils—Dorothy Creager,* Ruth Merdlth
Cooley, Llllla M. Johnson, Lewis Gardner, Ag
nes Belle Graham,: Margaret A. t Ellis, Haxel
F. ' Aldrich, > Hellen. i Heldman."l Lulu' L. . Ham
ibaober. Pearl Massle, Ami.'Zacaeh-*;.»;f« f
• Rev. James -L. Hlmrod and Rev.
Frank I. Wheat will debate tonight on
the question: "Resolved that the suc
cess of the Socialist party would re
sult In a greater benefit :to humanity
than the .' success of - the •.; Prohibition
party." '-':-' :•:"."- y-- ■■ "'**
The debate will be held at Socialist
hall at Main and Daly streets. •■■.'
■■ Dr. Hlmrod ls an eloquent, speaker
and his friends are elated at the op
portunity to hear the fallacies of So
cialism torn to shreds. rr.
Spontaneous Combustion at Ninth and
Central Avenue Results In $1000
Lose to Property, Which ■ i
Is Wrecked
Arthur Romero, , an : employe of, the
Angelus dye works, was seriously Mid
painfully burned ln an explosion which
occurred at the plant of the company,
Ninth street and Central avenue, about
10 o'clock yesterday morning.
The. explosion was caused, by , spon
taneous combustion. •*• The dry cleaning
building was wrecked, and a loss of
$1000 caused." \ •". :■ -. ■'' i"'
. Romero was alone in the building at
the time. He wore simply a shirt and
pair of overalls, owing to the Intense
heat of the room. .'.•'• ■" •-..■•',
r. When the explosion occurred the blaz
ing materials were showered about his
body. He ran from the building to the
yard, where other :• employes . wrapped
his body ln oiled cloths. He was then
sent to his ' home, 826 -Buena Vista
street. „'V ''■' -
Parlor Car to Del Monte
Tor ' the convenience of passenger*' destined
Hotel del Monte, the Southern Paclflo has at
tached to Its trains leaving Loa Angeles dally
at 8 a. m. a Pullman " parlor car running
through to Del Monte without change.
A Rational Plan for an American Peerage
§ Charles Edward Russell, in one of the ;
most brilliant satires ever written, de
-3 plores the fact that when ' the American
y plutocrat pays :- a fancy price for a for
eign title his daughter is the sole bene
ficiary. Mr. Russell works out a com-/
; plete plan for the establishment of a titled
aristocracy of our own, emphatically as- •
}■ serting ; that; "we rcan turn out just ;as i
good titles as any people jin this world,
bar none.". You must read his 3 great
— scheme for the creation of American^
•^ Princes, Grand Dukes, ; Dukes, Barons,
.-.', Lords and ■; Knights, and the scale of !
■wic-tiSk^* • prices for same ** cash on delivery tab,"^
Broadway Magazine
'■fiyf For JULY /■.//■:
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3 3 And this is only one of splendid features in the %
[ July Broadway, among others being: \ x^/'-';/
'. Woman's * Battle for the Ballot, by Rheta Childe i Dorr.
3 How, where and why the .world-wide struggle for i the U.
J suffrage is being waged. i/kify. ■,:'' \ ,
; The City,of i Colossal Crowds, by Stuart Gould. ' How the
•jii\^' -}, millions {of the J metropolis ; work ; and ; play ;in masses
'if/ffoi enormous size, with interesting photographs. ; 3
Greatest • Estate in America, by Day Allen Willey. The
- '•".//vast Vanderbilt estate at Biltmore, N. C, portrayed in
all ! its ; immensity and magnificence. / -y/y
The Sporting ' Spirit, by ' George ;, Hibbard. .3 The exciting U
• and ; romantic "story of ; a great polo " game..'.' How ' the /
; "stormy • petrel" made ■ her choice. t /'■'■: ,': '■. fifl iff
The Manicure Girl, by George Randolph Chester. Another
, ■' ; • adventure of t the young .} woman who once * rescued \if j
; ;-. millionaire from an awkward plight. , 3 '■,
"? The Affair 3of the's Browns,': by Harrison { Clark. ;A ■ clever
'• If, combination "of humor and romance, with' the wedding it.
fiy'k march figuring in 'an? unexpected climax. / 3 .'!»
■ ■:yyy.y.°yy.°. 4'^'■-■■- yy -„ „'..'. yy-... .': ■ ,i,\k> *77'yY'. l /.'-'
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33 ■ Nine articles that run the gamut of our national and metropol- .{
itan life— stories that are masterpieces of clever fiction—verse
that J fits the * Summer mood. Broadway I Magazine forl July is
certainly most interesting issue of " The Most Interesting Mag
azine in America." './'/^ [/'-■ ' ';/ :r/' yy/l'i^lM'i^l '3,» 3,; "■'';- /'
At AU Newsstands „\-/l " 15 Cents a Copy.
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„ * „'.— ■ ■ -' ■
Breaks ' Loose from Patrolman and ila «
y7'Captured by Citizen Only After
Long Run Had Stolen
,y ■\--'k'•■-'kky', -: Goods k iff v*.^p|£fj9£||[f''s
' Tony Sanchez, 1 said by i the ■ police tto i
be a room worker and petty thief, gay
Burt) Gamash the rua of his life yes- -
terday morning, when Sanchez escaped
from the officer and ran north on Broad
way from First street. .• '■-.*•■' - (1 *V "
He was captured. near , the entrance
to the Broadway tunnel by a man who
had -, been s attracted ,by ;•: the ,' pursuing
mob.', ■•-*.'■ :•■ . yy.yy,i\'-y:-:-y-%
.- Sanchez , was '; arrested » by .- Gamash
while • the * former 'was attempting lto
dispose of several articles jof , woman's
wearing apparel. Among the articleswa's
a I fur boa, a silk I skirt' and •a I waist.
Sanchez explained the articles had been
given htm, to sell by the landlady of a
rooming house, but inquiry at the num
ber failed to reveal any such woman.
■ The , patrolman • then ■ started for the
station, but .at 7 First "., street . Sanchez
jerked loose. ■' .-y'YM'Y '-.'■■ •-,*>- ■**'-^\,Xf
.M The Mexican is now . held 'on *' sus
picion. ' V •.'.■'!.>-.■..':■■■ '.
.». Summer transportation service be
tween Los Angeles and Santa tai inn
Island has been arranged by the Ban-1
ning company and the Southern Pacific,*
Salt Lake and Pacific Electric railways.
Cars and trains from Los Angeles con-"
nect with boats which leave San Pedro
at 10 a. in. . daily and '< Bip. ■ my except
Sunday, . Returning steamers leave
Avalon at 7 a. m. and 8:46 p. m., and on
Sunday a vessel i leaves for San j Pedro
at 6:80 p. m. ; ;•'.'..:•*• ,7' '■'■■•..-S
' Saturday, July 8, a steamer will leave
San'Pedro for Avalon at 7 p. m. Sun
day, I June ! 28, | the steamer will I leave
Avalon at 6:30 p. m. Instead of at 3:1""
p. m. - - ■ ■ 7

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