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S. Broadway 23^-237-239 S. Hill St., 234-244
Complete assortment of the famous Arnold garments for infants
(Main Floor rear.)
$5 and $6.50 for double-breasted knick
erbocker suits that are stylish enough
for Sunday and strong enough for the
rough-and-tumble treatment sure to be
received at school. Made of strictly all
wool materials, and an extra pair of
Boys' corduroy pants, 8 to 16-year sizes, $I—Rare1 —Rare values.
Buster Brown and Sailor Blouse suits in plain white and
colored washable materials, $1.25 and $1.50— 2\ to 10-year
Straw hatsj for boys of 2} to 8 years, $1.00.
(Main Floor, Rear.)
Corset Sale Today
\ As advertised yesterday, three hundred $3.50 Royal
Worcester corsets are to be sold today at $1.95 each.
No telephone order's.
None sent»C. O. D. or on approval.
(Main Floor, Rear.)
Misse^Jii^ <M /T
Possibly fifty in the lot. All new—
DISTINCTIVELY new—and splendidly
tailored. Made of smart mannish suit
ings, homespuns, wide wales, diagonals,
Generously good $20 and $25 values marked for speedy
clearance at $15; 14, 16 and 18-year sizes. The larger ones ideal
for adult women who are not above the average stature. V
The ''Princess" wash dresses for girls and small women
are the btest-fitting garments possible to make.
(Main Floor, Rear.)
AT THE THEATERS
1 'Several hunched tlckrts for the riay
rrs' Country club minstrels, to be giv
en Tuesday and Wednesday after
noons, were sold yesterday afternoon
at the Belasco matinee. Members of
the Burbank arorl Belasco stock com
panics who will lake part In the min
strel show appeared In costume and
make-up in the foyer of the Belasco
and button-holed every person who
had been attending the matinee, with
the result that many dollars were add
ed to the fund with which to furnish
the new country club.
The minstrel show will be partici
pated In by members of local stock
companies. As the performance Is for
I such a worthy cause. it undoubtedly
.Will be patronized liberally.
Prior to the opening of each matinee,
Tuesday and Wednesday, the minstrel
men will parade downtown. A. Byron
[Beasley and Lewis Stone will be first
lln line. Then will follow Henry Btock
brldge, Richard Vrvlan, Charles Ru»-
Kles, Frank Camp, James Swinnerton,
Kdgar Temple, and forty others.
• • •
In honor of George Puller Golden,
.their president, the White Rats, the
inssoclation of vaudevlll artists, will
/hold a scam.per at Levy's at 11 o'clock
tonight rhi function will take the
form of a dinner, to which every Rat
'here, visiting 1 or resident, is invited,
together with a few newspaper men
land other representatives. There will
Übe music by the artists in Levy's cafe
| We Are Now Showing
TV/T TT § IS* r I v numbor of magnlrh-ent Hollywood
l¥| I %J 1 J I J 1 carbon reprod-uotlons of th« <ir«-«t Mas
•*■ "^"^ "^"^ H , pr _ >in,I«ET. whose paintings of pa.s
-■-» j . • toral and »lraple peasant lit.' are world
\\ Af\rn/1 II r I I All Q famed Th«» beautiful pictures rom« In
l\ Ul)l UU U V I IUIIO lisas JxlO Inches, 40<-; Bill Inches. 60c:
~ I U'xl« Inches, »1 : 18x50 Inchei, 13; :!x2B
„ , ,„.. | inchi.'B, J3.5«. They embraca ouch sub
!.i mi* JißiT..£'iV,-gtt- f... -m. i,,i 9 u » "The Gleaners. "'■" End ','(
th* Day." th« -■■ ■■ itwd "Aii«Blu»." "Sheep Feeding," "The New Born Lamb,"
"Start-Jit? for Work," "The Hinders," "The Potato Planter." etc.
,i a >.m> wist, TRWS wrmtK FRAMING
We make them In any blib to fit your Th» frame Is essential ln_ Improving and
art embroidery in heautlful polish*.! prtservlnc 11»« Plrt'ire- Tlie , co," Is 1™
blrrh, ma.h.:>gai:y and hands brass lan elsewhere, and the selection more
Artist and Arrltfl« Ih' -»li.t«rlal». "HmnbmO," th« bait dollar fountala pen.
Oft*i<-« Supplies anil stationery. Whint and rokcr Outfltf.
Journal?, Jllnnk Bunk*, ■■'<. „
Weddlni; AsnoniioemenU Ingraved. llogol Ten* and VeaclU.
—'■ Sanborn, Vail & Co. ™cc
7M SOCTII BBADWAT, BETWEEN SJSVKNTH AM) EIOUTH.
Is one of the strongest claims for superiority in a
The oven is so constructed that the heat is held in same until
all sides and corners are evenly covered.
Los Angeles Gas and Electric Corporation
645 South Hill Street
Phones: Sunset Main 8920. Home 10003.
chantant, and an orchestra. George
Felix and Karle Reynolds, now at the
Orpheum, are In. charge.■•:.
• • •
Miss Marjorle Rambeau. leading wo
man of the Burbank stock company,
bought a Regal automobile yesterday.
■ • •
The seat sale for the Kolb and Dill
engagement at the Majestic opened
yesterday morning, and there was a
longl line waiting when the box office
window slid up. The first hill will b'
"The Rich Mr. Goggenhelmer," and the
opening performance will be given Sun
• • •
Ferris Hartman announced yesterday
that he has secured several of George
L. Cohan's musical comedy successes
for presentation at the Grand opera
house, "George Washington, Jr." will
follow "The Cingalee," in which the
company will open next Sunday after
noon. Mr. Hartman will also give
"The American Idea," which will prob
ably follow "George Washington, Jr."
"The Love Tales of Hoffman" will be
given Its last three performances to
day and tomorrow. .
• • •
George Broadhurst's successful play
of romance and adventure, "The Gar
den of Lies," will enter upon Its third
week at tho Belasco theater next Mon
Next week Manager Bovver of the
Los Angeles theater will offer vaude
ville lovers of this city the, newest
thing in the acrobatic dance, known a.
"The Phantastic Phantoms."
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1010-
URGES NEW MAYOR
Elected Socialist, in First Speech,
Inaugurates a Campaign
SILENT ON ADMINISTRATION
Is the Principal Speaker at Dedi
cation of Solomon
MILWAUKEE, April 7.—"We must
remove the swamp and cesspools and
marshes, as our forefathers have done.
Wo must take this city they have
founded and built and beautified, and
must cleanse It," Mayor-elect Emll Set
del, Social-Democrat leader of Milwau
kee, said tonight in his first public ut
terance since election.
Mayor-elect Betdel was the principal
speaker at the dedication of Solomon
Juneau hall In the Auditorium building,
He did not outline the program of his
coming administration further than to
make the reference to the cleansing of
A statement Indorsed by all the BO
clal-Democrats-elect will be Issued next
In his talk tonight Mr. Seldel paid a
tribute to Solomon Juneau, the founder
of Milwaukee, and other early settlers,
telling of the various stages of the
city's upbuilding from the time when
the site was covered with forests, hills,
swamps and marshes, until today "we
see the city as it presents itself. Ju
neau was the settler; we aro his de
scendants," he said.
Mr. Beldel spoke in part as follows:
"The modern city, while It has grown
to large proportions and increased in
population until hundreds of thousands
are huddled together In small areas,
has developed swamps of a different
nature than our forefathers drained.
Some of these have become cesspools,
the stench of which rises to the heav
ens. Men and women, as well as Inno
cent children, are wrecked and ruined
in these swamps. "We. the children of
the settlers— sons and daughters
true to the spirit of our fathers, -who
left their homes to look for a new civ
ilization —we must follow in their spirit.
"Our task lies clearly before us--. \V*
must remove the swamps and cesspool*
and marshes, as our forefathers have
done. We must take this city that they
have built and beautified, and we must
cleans. it. We must begin to add to its
architectural, ideal beauty. Our task
is to take this, our city, and to make
of it a home—a real home—for its hun
dreds of thousands of men, women
and children; a place where there Is
little room for tears and heartaches, a
place where virtue Is protected, a place
where our boys can become men and
our daughters women, and a place
where the strong stand for the weak,
holding their hands over the heads of
I the weak, shielding them from all
"Our task Is the task of realizing the
dreams of all the great men of the
NOMINATE STATE TICKET
INDIANAPOLIS, April 7.—The Indi
ana Prohibitionist convention thlf af
ternoon nominated a state ticket and
indorsed Felix T. McWhlrter of this
city v tha party's candidate to suc
ceed Albert J. Beverldge in the United
The state ticket follows:
Secretary of state—George Hltz, in
Auditor—Dr. J. P. Morrison, Ander
Treasurer—S. N. Thompson, Shelby-
Attorney general—C. F. Holler, South
Clark of supreme court—Emery Hlch
ardson, Oakland city.
Superintend.nt of instruction—A\ al
ter Bmlth, Arlinston.
state geologist—Charles Hill, Terre
State statistician—Albert Stanley, In
APPEAL VACCINATION CASE
BANTA cilV/.. Cal., April 7.- An ap
peal was taken today by the state board
of health from the decision of Superior
Judge Lucas P. Smith, recently given,
in which he declared the state com
pulsory vaccination law to be uncon
stitutional. Judge Smith refused to
grant a writ of mandate excluding all
pupils not vaccinated from the put'ii* 1
schools of Watsonvllle.
STORM KILLS CATTLE
GREELEY, Colo., April T Driving
before a terrific wind, before which
I were helpless, ISO head of cattle
were swept Into the Riverside reser
voir and perished during the storm
which swept this county last week.
According to reports from Green city,
over ir"ln head o< cattle perished in the
storm in oastprn Weld county.
CROSSED IN LOVE; ENDS LIFE
GLOBE, Ariz.. April 7.—Lout" Gays,
a bartender, committed lulcide In this
city tiiis evening by shooting himself
through the head with a revolver. He
died instantly. Gays has been despond
ent fod several days, gupposedlj as the
result of a love affair, ami is thmiKht to
have taken ins life whilo suffering from
hi of melancholia.
WASHINGTON, April 7. -Whether
Lord Kitchener will visit the national
capital during his stay In this country
is not known at tha British embassy
here. The embassy has no knowledge
of his American Itinerary.
ASKS TO FLOAT BIG LOAN
PHILADELPHIA, April 7.—Tho
Philadelphia Rapid Transit company
to.lay asked permission of the city to
in w loan of $2,500,000.
While llitenlns f to tha exhorta
tions of the Balvatlon Army workers and
drinking In every word against sin and '
tirm Albert Durant, 15 yean old, waj arreited
hy b«t«Ctlvol Koalck and ZrlKler his! nl^lit.
ami at police hea Iquarters admitted he waa
th- youth wanted tor the theft ot ■ 120 oheolt
and 126 In ca-sh from Walter Armacoat, pro
prietor of tha Armacoat nursery, Slxili and
SHIP FIRE AT SEA
BEACHY HEAD, England, April 7.-The
steamer Calrnrona, which sailed for Portland,
Me yesterday, returned to Dover today with
fire In her coal bunkers after transferring 900
passengers at pea to the Bteamer Kanawha,
which answered distress slsnals. The trans
fer was made without accident.
m A cr>/-4 TMTTATT?'!? Bi>liw<i>-HliM-luvood Co., Propr*. and Mirn.
ELASCCJ lritji\lEsJ\ MATENKKS TOMORROW, Sunday, Thursday
Third—The Last—Week Starts Monday
Gar den §f Lies
Scats for Third Week on Sale Today
L^r. a XT/-T7T T7O TT-IT7" ATTPP SrHlA'O ST., Matinee Today.
OS ANGELES_ THaAIbK kkak fourth, * shows mghtlt
I'almer and Biecuel. I UERXARD I/-s Theodora
Ilalhaway and Moor* i AM) Martlnettl and Growl
The Laugh-O-Scop* ORTIC Alt. Rlpon
POPULAR PRICKS—IOC. !0c AND »0c
G nAvri r\T>TTOA WnTTQTT 1 ' MATIXKKS TOMORROW. Sunday, Tnemiay.
RAND OP&KA nUUStt phon« Mala 1007 i Home AlOB7.
Last Three Times of This Genuine Musical Treat
FERRIS HARTMAN and his big company present a stupendous revival of Offenbach a
beautiful fantastic opera..
The Love Tales of Hoffman
NEXT WEEK'S GREAT MUSICAL COMEDY ATTRACTION
COMMENCING! SI'N'DAY AFTERNOON, first production by a stock organization of
Auiru'stin Daly's famous Enillnh success,
"PASSED BY THE rim; fin LAWS OK TWO CONTINENTS."
Seats ii 'V selling at the popular scale of Hartman prices—lfiu to 7.V.
IyTTASON OPERA HOUSE Week April 11-17
Seven Free Lectures to Non-Catholics by Rt. Rev. John J. Keane,
Bishop, Cheyennei Wyo., Under Auspices Knights of Columbus.
Monday, April 11—"Relief In a Personal Clod."
Tuesday, April 12"Reo»onablene*s of Christian Faith."
Wnlne«day, April 13—"The Worth of 1-alth In Christ."
Thursday. April "Jenu Christ, the Parlor of Men."
Friday, April IS —"The Church and the Bible."
Saturday, April 16—"The Pop*, Ills Office and Prerogatives."
■Midair. April 17—"Why I Am a Catholic."
The Object of These Lectures Is Not Propagandist but Expository.
All Seats Free.
ONE AVIATION RECORD
SHATTERED AT MEMPHIS
Curtiss Lowers Quick Start Mark
at Opening of Southern
MEMPHIS, Term., April 7.—Aero
plane* ■weeping in graceful curves and
darting about the course gave to thou
sands today their first real knowledge
Spectacular flights and the breaking
of a world's record by (ilenn H. Car
tiss were the features of the second
day of the' Memphis aviation meet.
Weather conditions were perfect and
the aviators, having become accus
tomed to the course, give promise of
sensational events tomorrow.
Curtiss' quick start record of 61-5
seconds, made at th« Lot Angelei
meet, was broken by him With ease
this afternoon. He rose from the
ground in R 4-5 ••oonde, but in the
■ama test failed to break his short
start record of :<s feet.
After breaking the record the aviator
took his wife up on her first flight.
('harks l\ Willard attempted to low
er his accuracy record, hut failed.
,T. C. Mais, one of Curtiss' latest pu
pils, made nil first flight in public.
WILDCAT LAND JUNIPERS
ABANDON KERN CLAIMS
BAKERSFIELD, April 7.—Wildcat
ters r.nd relocators who seized claims
in the east half of the Kera river
fleld in the belief that the bringing in
of a well in that lection would open
up an entirely new portion of the n>ld
and CfcUM ■ rush In whirh ilalius
would grnw many times In value, re
ceived a sever* letback yesterday when
three wells on sections 22, M-28, the
property of the Opportune oil company,
and Oarrett fc Wateon, were completely
abandoned, thi lr owners admitting that
they had sunk dry hole* The aban
aonmi til of thp wells came as a sur
iti view of the fact that the fiar
rett & "Watson interests had prepared
to ro as deep as necessary to find oil,
and only a few days iiRO won n ported
ye secured sufficient of the \alu
able fluid to prove up their reloi
claim, on which is situated the Hiber
Where several rips were up a day or
two ago, "•■<' is nothing in sight to
day barring > \"'"- derrick, which will
be taken flown as soon ai possible.
The Hibernian had expected to ro
into the sand at something like 600 feet,
but continued nearly twice that flis
tnce The Opportune claimed favorable
Indications until the last moment.
The abandonment "f the claims robs
the suit against the Garrett & Watson
people, alleged jumpers, "f all interest.
PRESENT PURSE TO PRESIDENT
i;Ki>i,.\.\ns, April 7. At the first
n of the women's branch of mis
for Southern California, neinf?
!,,.),! jn the Congregational i hurch, Mrs.
J. H. Williams, for fifteen yeari presi
dent of the foreign department, was
presented with 1100 In gold, In recogni
tion of her services. Mrs. Warren i"
pay of Los Angeles made the presenta
TO TABOO "BERDOO"
SAN* 11ERNARDINO, April I.—Th« local
parlor of the Native Bom of the Gold™ West
last night adopted a resolution condemning
the practice of termlnif Ban Bernardino as
"B«rdoo" and other kindred expressions. The
support of various olvlo and fraternal organ
izations Is asked by the Native Sons, who
are to conduct a campaign against the use of
the abbreviations now In common use.
RICH LUMBERMAN DEAD
XT LOUIS. April 7.--William Gray
son millionaire lumberman, died sud
denly today of heart disease. Ho was
>;, year* old. William Grayson, Jr.,
one of iii« f°"r sons' i!; owner and
president of tho I.ouisvillo American
association baseball cluh.
MINNESOTA IN TROUBLE
rOKOHAHA, April 7.—Tim itearaer Mlnne
-.■altle t" I.int.- K.niK. arrive'
with »n etghtee»-£oot hola In bar bottom ana
having lost her rudder. Bhe will proceed to
Hong Kong for repairs.
It's an easy t.i secure a bargain In a used
automobile, through want advertising, as It
used to tit-anil still Is-to aecuro a norm
POLICEMAN AND YEGG
SHOT IN STREET FIGHT
Hold-Up in San Francisco Saloon
Terminates in Gun
SAN FRANCISCO, April 7.—ln a
street battle with a robber tonight Po
liceman J. J. Casey was shot through
the stomach and the robber received
wounds from which he probably will
Casey- Will recover. The robber, a
young man, who gave the name of 11.
Hall, entered the saloon of J. H. Mad
den at Post and Jjarkln streets, just
as Madden was closing up.
"Throw up your hands," commanded
Madden obeyed. The robber went
through the cash drawer and took $85.
Then he walked out, paying no atten
tion to the saloonkeeper.
Madden* followed and as the robber
started to run down the street Madden
blew a police whlstl*. Policeman Casey
answered and the chafe began, It led
through alleys and vacant lots toward
the residence district.
Suddenly the robber stopped and
fired at the policeman. Casey fell. As
he lay on the ground Casey brought
his own revolver Into action and fired
two shots, both of which hit the robber.
By this time othor policemen had
been attracted and the chase was ended.
Hall was unable to walk. Both police
man and victim were taken to the hos
pital In the same ambulance.
INVITE CANDIDATES TO
SPEAK ON ONE PLATFORM
FRESNO, April 7. —An invitation will
bo extended to nil the candidates for
the gubernatorial nomination in this
state io speak in Fresno from one
platform April 3it. which will be ob
served as "Raisin day." Other state
candidates may be included in the in
vitation, which is gotten wit by a
committee of prominent citizens In
charge of the "Itaisin day" work.
TREASURY TO PAY BILL
WASHINGTON, April 7.—The ex
pense of maintaining the automobile
the government .supplies to the vice
president will be borne by the national
treasury, but not the expanse of the.
machine provided for the speaker of the
house, according to a report agreed
upon today by the confer s of th*
two houses of congress on the legisla
tive, executive and judicial appropria
RACES OPEN TODAY Jo*\
World's Most Spectacular Race Course
Championship Auto Races
APRILS, 9, 10, 13, 15, 16, 17-2:30 P.M. DAILY-2:30 P.M.
Fasten Track in World—Fastest Cars in World — Fastest Drivers in
World—Thrilling Speed Contests
BARNEY OLDFIELD and 210 H. P. "Blitzen" Benz vs. RALPH DE
PALMA and 200 H. P. "Mephistopheles" Fiat.
25 FAMOUS DRIVERS—23O ENTRIES
ADMISSION—FieId, 50c; Grandstand, $1.00; Boxes, $2.00; Auto Gate,
Including Grandstand, $1.00.
Box Seat Tickets Now on Sale at Hill Street Station.
RAILROAD FARE 40c ROUND TRIP.
2 BANDS — Gregory's Band, Ocean Park, Chiaffarelli's. Venice Band.
Take Playa del Rey cars at Hill Street Station or along Hill and Six
_, _.- Hallnon Route Excursion Bta-
LOS ANGELES-PACIFIC RY. u »n, mi »t. Bet. «h and st*.
M^r^sc^s^uJbaniTtheater "a r st B ?xt'S
Public Demands Another Week
OF TIIK. SKNS\ lIONAI. Ml 1111 A\K Tltll'MTH,
THE LION AND THE MOUSE
?UICISS°2Sc. 600. 76c. MATINBEB =6e. except flr»t 10 rows, 60c. QAL.LERT 100.
'_'5V jr\yOv- i^TCV' \. ._ _J^ ' Matlne* Etwj Pit. ■
l'7:.H;u';:J^hmir»! nKI Vaudeville i;Hff4s2£l
Miss Ida Fuller L? 0 t niestoS il alrS.& Co.
"La Sorclere. i ' J
Charlene & Charlene Matinee Ca,.?d? e °me & C°-
C SS^ 1 Today 1 w t acS^a, rt .
Felix Barry ft Co. Reynold, ft Donegan
•Th. Boy N«t Door OIU , HEUM MQTION rICTr
NIGHTS, 100. 25c. 80c, 75c. ' WATINMM Mil.*. 10.. »Sc. 60«. i :
HAMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER kSaS AnuJtb:
Majestic Theater A Itwilty Co., Lessee. Oliver Moronco. Man«rer. '','\'Z"^l ■ .11
THIS WEEK ONLY—MATINKK BATUHI>AT.
HENRY WOODRUFF %*£%££***
THE PRINCE OF TONIGHT ' '
rrlsMi :sc. lie, no, 11. »1.80. Matinees :r.c, 60c. T6c. »1. ,
" nRr.INNMNC NEXT SUNDAY NIOIIT. SKAT BAI.B VOW OPEN.
KOLB C& DILL
THE RICH MR. HOGGENHEIM
PRtCM »O. 10* Tl« and 11. MATINF.KS Ha, 60c. 75c. , _______
First American Appearance of
C 7l4adam Adenee
The World's Highest Soprano
Thur^ar evening. April 14. Seat, now .ellln. at narllr.e K_*l Co.. 118 Brond^w.
ITli-«» 60c, 7.V-, «1. ___-___—--——.
NIELSEN THEATER %£* vg*?s2.'&2S. %«Uff?>i_6^
HORTENSE NIELSEN **S§P^
In > masslT. .cenlo f^ A -OTVyrTrTST Wlth MACK <iRKK:sI'BAr
production of L/A IVIVIXI*IN as l>Of Jo.».
BABSAIN MATINTSEB TUEBDAT AND THUnSDAT-ALI. fIBATJI M CENTS. B-tur
flay and Sunday matinees 100, JiO. 604, Evening.. 15c. 25c. 60c. 76c.
Week of April 11— FROU FRQU
THE AUDITORIUM iKrIS?& U*' "SSSSft
FLORENCE ROBERTS r -
__ _ __ _ A A n-ORKNTINK lU»IANCK IN
GLORIA «««■ *««
PIUCES-Ix>er hop. *1.30, Hi 75c; Balronr 7Sc, 50c, Hecond Balcony 50c; G.llerr tfi«.
l'honcii! olHo; rajfl7. . _
TEMPLE AUDITORIUM beautiful." "' E' Mana.»r. 1
~ THE ARTISTIC WONDER OF TWO CONTINENTS,
Mon. and Tues. Nights, April 11-12, at 8:30 O'clock ;*;
WITH A WEDNESDAY MATINKK.
-run^m, c^VIAUD c/LLAN
CU\SSHAI, IX\>tl>i.. y r gvMpHOMV ORCHEOTRA OF KIITV.
TRICES 50c. 76e. 11. 11.10 and 12. *—* ••!• at nartlett Vl !" Co. and th» Auditorium
l.ox offii-f. . ■
JkyTASON OPERA HOUSE i^-, "; n a" Ma«_7r:
THE MERRY WIDOW
Huall by rnai Uttar. "Maann WttjrV' OnuUj opera Orche..ri. FrlCMi boo t.
HOW on Mle. t'ominK : 1 !>*• I nl«-i.
AUDITORIUM ' ""» -" oirvE BTREKrM
-*■" Christian Science Lecture
By nun H. LEONARD, O. S. U. of BKOOKIVN. N. Y.
Sunday Afternoon, April 10th, 1910
' AT :\ OTMK K. AinilSMON FIU:K> __^
_ EVY'S Third and Main. Tables Rcsenred.
fj- 1 1 La Kstrellita
|*SB+g '■ i I
rfC*J' The er ,. nU ., t of all Ppanlsh dancers. BOSANQUET.
__ _._-- 4. P.EOROIA RTISSEI-U MM.B. ILON BEROEItE and
Chant ant KOC.EHS. STEWART ANDELWOOD. KAMMIsitMJSItMK'B
" Afternoon 't>a. » to s:3o7Aft«-r lllnni-r. H:;tO to 10. After Theater. 19;80 to 18:80.
OLYMPIC THEATER The H"me "' Illu "d N"eiu-'
AIPHIV * PAHOO present "A. Mutt nt the Race.." Greatest of all cartoon
comedleT Ten big Blmrln. and Danrln, number*. I'rtces, 10c. 20c. 85c.
BASEBALL TODAY— _p«" I™'*™«:ml1 ™'*™«:ml
— . '. VKKNON PARK.
Vernon vs. Portland Apni 8, as, 10—io:so. i_J
All Games nt 8:30. Sunday Morning- at Vernon. 10:80. <