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So. Broadway, 2^-237-239 So. Hill Street, 234-244
Thursday's express brought In many distinctively new
styles In straw sailors.
(Millinery Department, Pecond Floor)
Boys' $5 to $8.50
Suits, $2.75
Two seventy-five is an absurdly low
price for at all-wool suit. It's our
hurry-out price on a small lot of odd
sizes—perhaps two sizes in one pattern,
three in another, and in many instances
only one of a kind. Both double and
single breasted cuts. $2.15 today for
suits whose duplicates brought §5.00
to $0.50.
35c a pair for boys' straight knee pants of all wool mate
rials; were 75c to $1.50.
Boys' washable white Tam-o'Shanters—values to $1 for 25c
Boys' straw hats $1 and higher.
Boys' bathing suits—all sizes—sl to $3.
Boys' Khaki suits and knickerbockers, 3 to 16-year sizes,
$1 and more.
Sales for Today
Details of which appeared in yesterday's papers.
Misses' $10 and $12.50 long coats—new, swagger styles
and excellent materials at $7.50.
Misses' $3 and $3.50 skirts of imitation white linen, $1.75;
jackets to match at the same price.
$6.50 coat suitsi of the same material for $3.75.
Misses' suits of real linen in white and colors, $9.95 —
were $15.
Six Saturday Specials from the White Goods Department:
32-inch Persian lawn—widely used for commencement
gowns—6oc a yard; regularly 75c. And the regular 60c
grade, in the same width, at 45c a yard.
36-inch India Linon of the 50c quality at 35c a yard.
32-inch India Linon of the 40c quality at 25c a yard.
32-inch India Linon of the 25c grade at 17Jc a yard.
Soft-finished Princess Nainsook—manufacturer's sample
lengths, taking two pieces to make twelve yards—s2.4o for 12
yards; regularly 25c a yard; 40-inch width.
CORPSES SHOW DEATH
QUICK IN MINE TRAP
Eight Bodies Recovered from Pa
los Explosion Which Sent
Over 100 to Doom
PALOS, Ala,, May 6.—Eight bodies
were removed Bhortly after daylight
today from mine X.>. " of the P
Coal & Coke company, where hit
100 and 150 miners were entombed by
an explosion yesterday afteri n. The
condition of the bodies indicated that
death was Instantaneous.
After the removal <>f the bodies 1t
was found necessary to send a force
of miners Into the workings to strength
en the brattici a an I to prevent cai ■
which wore frequent during- the night.
Meanwhile the dead had bei I
to a temporary morgue mar the work-
Ing and were slowly identified.
Several of the bodies were badly la
cerated and all wen- burned abou I
head. Among those identified wan
<\ 1.. Stansberry, assistant mine f
man.
Among the di I s mine is said
to be l[. A. Mi ' brother is
president of the Amalgamated as
tlon of tin and steel workers in Penn
sylvania.
When the bodies were brought to
the surface women and children fought
■with the guards aboul the entrance
view of the victims, Ropes were
stretched about enable
tin- work of rescue to proceed unhin
dered.
FARMERS TO JOIN LABOR
UNIONS FOR PROTECTION
ST. LOTTIS, "
and organized farmers will \ ork to
gethi r hereal ter In pi c ervlng the
i Ights and libi r the
provisions ol a n solution unanimous- ■
ly ado] i. d by the pxei u1
„]• the Pa rmers' Gdui ath c ond >'o
n bere yesterday.
The affiliation between tbi Ameri
can Federation of I. ibor and iha
Farmers' union lias )«'n a f.i
i of Samuel Gom] Ident
of the federation, and the adoptli
thf> resolution followed a <'<>>■•■■ i
conference bel ween Compel nd ol hei
labor leaders end the tai mi iB < om
mittee.
Officials <if* t)io Farmers' unioi
tlio affiliation haa no political
cance. The Farmers' union
.1 membership <>f 3,000,000.
LLAMAS KILL THOUSAND
CHINESE IN AN UPRISING
PEKING, May 7.—A report was re
ceived here today that 1000 Chinese
soldiers, members of the garrison at
Lhassa, have been killed as the result
nf a sudden uprising of the Llamas.
The report to not fully confirmed.
You can buy It. perhaps at many pla™*, but
there's one BEST place to buy It-and that
place advertise*.
KING GEORGE V LOVES
LIFE ON BOUNDING SEA
Many Years of Young Monarch's
Life Devoted to Studies
on War Vessels
LONDON, May fi— Ooorge Fred
Ernest Albert, Prince of Wales, who
now becomes kins, is the second son
of King Edward and Queen Alexandra.
He was born a( Marlborough house
Juno 8, 1865, seventeen months after
the birth of his older brother, the late
Duke of i
Hi miil his brother entered the nßvy
ideta and he spent two
years on the Brittanla. 1f < • then
started "ii a three-year voyage around
"ii'l on itie Bacchante. In ].vii!.
when liin brother died, he became heir
apparent and took his seat In the
of lords as Duke or York.
In May, 1893, his engagement was
announced to Princess Victoria Maj of
Teck, and they were married July 16,
Six children wore born to i
Edward Albert, Alberl Frederick, Vie- j
toria Alexandra, Henry William, j
George Edward and John Charles.
The prin i ■ i luka of <tornwall
when his fatlu;r took the throne and
foon after he started nn a tour of th"
colonies, li' 1 opened the first parlia
ment of tho commonwealth of Au
stralia. In celebration of his safe re
turn he was i ntertalned by the London
corporation at Guild hall on December
5, 1901, "ii which occasion hf delivered
liis well remembered advice to Eng
land t" "wake up."
In the fall of 1005 ho went to India,
and when ho returned there was an
other celebration; On this occasion I" 1
Bald that "tho task of governing India
will in made the easier If we, on our
part, Infuse Into it a wider element of
sympathy."
In 1908 he visited Canada to attend
the celebration fit Quebec and on that
occasion met Vice President Fairbanks.
RARE HONOR PAID T. R.
BY ROYAL UNIVERSITY
King Frederick Institution Con
fers Doctor of Philosophy
CHRISTIANIA, Norway, May 6 —
Kins Frederick's university ' erred
on Theodore Roosevelt today tlie de
jrroe of doctor of philosophy. It was
the third time in a century that the
degree had been given v foreigner.
King llaakon wat) present.
The .li an of the faculty of history
and philosophy made an address, lik
ening Col. Kuoscvolt to a rushing hu
man engine, difficult to follow and
making it difficult, amid clouds of
BmokPi to discern precisely tlm man
ner of man hi was. Some saw a
winged iiiik<'l and others a modern
devil with claws,
The lloosevelta loft later for Stock
holm.
LOS 4NGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1010.
Buckingham Palace, Where King Edward
Died, and in Which Body Lies in State
/ , - - , *-' ■ "-*'■':
ROYAL PALACE BESIEGED
FOR NEWS FROM KING
Gloom Settles Over Throng as the
Chi!! o? Ruler's Death
Foreruns End
KING'S HORSE WINS RACE
AS HIS MASTER IS DYING
LONDON, May 6.—An in
cident occurred this afternoon
which, under ordinary circum
stances, would have given
King Edward the greatest
elation. His horse, "Witch of
the Air," in which he was
keenly interested, won the
spring 2-year-old stakes at
Kempton park, amid the cheers
of the racegoers.
The Official Gazette tonight,
by a coincidence, published the
first program of the court
levees.
f Associated Prpss]
LONDON, May 6.—From early in the
morning through a day of brilliant
sunshine, followed by a stormy even
ing with frequent heavy showers, a
vast crowd filled the open space in
front of Buckingham palace, awaiting
news of the king's condition. Even
after evening passed into night, groups
stood about the gates and hung- to the
iron railings of the gold-tipped fence
watching the coming and going of
members of the royal family, of phy-
lans, officials and other notables,
until the police, shortly before mid
night, to clear the streets, announced
no further bulletins would be issued
until morning.
Then the stragglers reluctantly left
tin ir posts of vantage and sadly started
homeward, filled with apprehension.
Borne had spent hours at the fence,
having provided themselves with sand
wiches, making 11 unnecessary for
them to leave even for their meals,
At the same time a steady stream
of callers passed through the diplo
matic entrance to sign the visitors'
book, and make Inquiries,
During the afternoon the stream grew
|to such proportions that more than
one ambassador had to wait over an
hour and a half before he could reach
the desk.
These visitors received no more In
formation than the waiting- crowds
outside, being simply shown the bul
letins posted for the public.
The more intimate friends were re
ceived at the entrance to the wing- of
the palace in which the king's apart
ments are located, where officials of
the household gave them the latest
news from the sick room.
The crowd outside was an ever in
creasing one. the early arrivals con
sisting of artisans, who stopped for a
.brief moment on their way to work to
question the waiting reporters and po
lice. . „
Later in the morning women of nil
rlasscs commenced to flock through
Green and St. James parks toward the
palace. A few carriages and automo
biles drove up with diplomats and other
callers, who were soon followed by the
whole official and social world of Lon
don until the waiting row of vehicles
stretched several blocks along the
.street.
When the morning bulletin, which
SUPERB BEACH A
W
"XT * Great Scenic Railway
\f Ii 1 Dancing, Boating, Plunge and Surf Bathing,
* vXHW Chiaffarclli's Concert Band, Max Backman'e
Famous Beston and Atlantic City Band at Venice Auditorium Sun
day Afternoon and Evening. See the Amethyst Sea Moss in Bloom
on Canals
Ocean Park-Santa Monica !S:34££&.
Band
DarlnnHn "Rl=»a n"h DeliShtful 10-Mile Ride Along the Ocean
XvCQOnaO JDCdUII Band Concerts, Bathing
Picturesque Santa Monica Canyon pS"" 1
Ground in the Wood 3. Refreshments of All Kinds
To Beautiful Lookout Mountain SSSS*
Laurel Canyon, Bungalow Land, affording one of the most picturesque sights on
the Pacific coast. Thirty-minute auto service from Laurel canyon, commencing
10:30 a. m. Round trip from Los Angeles, 75c.
_____——
, tj «.c "d Balloon Route Excursion Station
LOS Angeles raClnC Ky. Hill St, Between Fourth and Fifth
Rl| k jiSKm. k»' »v < '?'-"V$
H HWHhMm I a«^, ■ ///
'RINCESS OF WALES, WHO BECOMES QUEEN OF GREAT BRITAIN
had been given to the press and elrcu
lati '1 in special editions ions before
was posted on the fence, the square
was so crowded that police reserves
were called to make a passage fur
traffic.
There had been a fooling that tlir. re
ports in the morning papers were ex
aggerated. The bulletin, however,
showed the king's condition was most
grave, find the solemn faced crowd
Bpread the news throughout the city.
The weather continued fine in the
afternoon and brought out more people,
who waited six hours for another bul
letin. This served to increase, rather
than allay the fears that rumors that
the kins was dead or dying were only
too true.
The announcement in the paper? that
a bulletin would be issued at 6:.''O at
tracted an ever Increasing throntf. The
dinner hour caused only a slight thin
ning out, while later practically every
body who was within reach of the
palace congregated In the square.
Many women in evening dress with
their escorts left dinner tablet hurried
ly to come to the palace gates.
The showers, accompanied by a sharp
wind, drove only a few away, and it
looked as though the palace square
would be filled the night long until the
police moved off those who had gath
ered, with the news that n o further
bulletins would be forthcoming. Only
groups of reporters remained.
, AMUSEMENTS^ ~~~
NEW EMPIRE THEATER ~ ~~ TSSr^f%."S3S
ANOTHER BIG SCREAM—IT SIZZLES
THIS TIME
A WARM RECEPTION L hFaon te ß.el?d ila*1
Full metropolitan cast; two live comedians; bunch of stunnlns show girls; black
eyed eoubrette. Twice each evening, 7:30 and 9., Saturday and Sunday matinees, 2:30.
Prices, 10. 20 and 25 cents. Next week, "The General's Dilemma," a stunner.
BRANDEIS INTIMATES PRES.
TAFT DIDN'T WEIGH FACTS
Springs a Sensation at Ballinger-
Pinchot Investigation
WASHINGTON, May fi. — Keeping
Secretary Ballinger on the "grill" In
the Balllnger-Pinchot inquiry all day.
Attorney Brandeis, counsel for Zi. R.
Qlavis, snrang a mild sensation today
by strongly intimating the exoneration
of Ballinger and the dismissal of Glavis
by the president was not the result of
a Judicial weighing of facts by Presi
dent Tuft In person, as has been gener
ally supposed.
He indicated by his questions to Mr.
Ballinger his contention that it would
have been a physical impossibility for
the president to have digested the
great mass of matter bearing on the
Alaskan coal cases — more than 800
pages in the record—in the week clasp
ing between the time he received it at
Beverley Beptempber 6, and thf mak
ing public fif his letter of exoneration
September 18*
. AMUSEMENTS
OROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER "WEST 1
This Afternoon and Timlßht. La«t Time* of "nREWHTER'S MILLIONS."
UF.UINMNO MATINEE TOMORROW.
THE BARRIER
Rex Beach's Groat Drama of th. Yukon Odd Camps. PRICES 26c. 800, 75c. MATI
NEES BATURDAV A.ND SUNDAY. lOC "'"C, iiOc.
T T AMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER *EK*£s£:
H KOLB AND DILL
Tub afternoon and tonight, last time* of the triple bill.
>v 'BEGINNING TOMORROW might, TIIM GJUSATTCST kvkr—
The Merry Widow and the Devil
TRICES 2Scr soc Tie, |i. MATINEES WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. 25e. 50c 7Be.
iffrkmX^Qf^- rrTCI _-..». '" i MATINEK EVERY DAY.
jafirlfei-l Vaudeville I'HiHsr
TftisSa'isSCi. , — B. SWAa?-
Edwin Holt & Co. -- .. Stelhng & Revell
•■The Mayor and the Manldare." MfltiOCC Horizontal Bar.
Charles F. Semon Today Nonette Aa , „
The Narrow Feller, j 1 OOay Mu.lolan and Soloist '.
Barnes & Crawford I— 1 Girls from Melody Lane
■Tatent Fakir and Lady." Ma* Witt'. Singer..
ORTHEIJM MOTION PICTURES.
EVERY NK.HT. lQp. ■!!><•. MX: 7Bf. MATIXKK lIAIT.T. 10f, 25c. BOc.
Bt-"T «crn tkTVO Brlam-o-Hl«chi*ooil Co., Propra. and Mgr*.
bIiAOLU ltit,/\l MATINT:K>S TOl>A\". Tomorrow, Thursday.
TIIIKI) AMI LAST WEEK OF THIS ORBAT SUCCESS STARTS MONDAY.
IJCWII B. STONB and the B«la»co theater company will present for th« third and posi
tively last week George Broadhurst'a tremendously powerful new play.
THE PRICE
This will positively be your last chanca to nee this sensational incceM.
LOS ANGELES THEATER sI'RINORT.. Matinee Krery I>»y.
Ob ANut.i,liO lrtH./\liiK ntbah FOURTH. • SHOWS MOiTir
HHU * Ma/ette. i NOODLES i To.»|n« I*"11"-
Lonll liuertln. paTaki P»r»«nl * Ilalllday.
The I.angli-O-Bcope. | FAGAN I 8 Sln«ln* Girls.
roriXAR frices lOr, soc and soc.
Go A *tt\ rinpn A «r»TTCK" MATINEES TOI>.\T. Tomorrow, Tne*day.
RAND OPERA HOU&fc Phone, Home A 1067( Main 1»87.
LAST TWO TIMKS TODAY OF "ROBIN HOOD."
CO>niKN< IN<; TOMORROW AI TEUNOOX—FERRIS HARTMAN
and his superb singing; company will offer as the farewell production Victor Herbert*
and Harry B. Smith's famous comic opera,
THE SERENADE
Seats now on sale at the popular scale of Itartman prices. T,ABT WEEK".
MASON OPERA HOUSE - ***?!& Sl^
TONIGHT AND MATINEE TODAY—
L. S. Slro Ikyr A V T?n'RS3OM In tlle tOBUii T •*
Presents mA I KUDOUII Sunnhlno and Laugh*,
The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary
By Anne Warner. A Cure for the Blues. A Laugh Every Minute.
PRICKS 80c to $1.80. SEATS NOW ON SALB
Five Nights, beginning Tuesday. May 10—Matinees Wed. & Sat.
■ CHARLES FROHMAN Presents
c7V!AUDE cADAMS
In .7. M. BARRIERS beat play,
WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS
PRICF.S :.oe to 91.00. SEAT walk NOW ON
TWI? AUDI J.UKIUM "THEATER L. E. Manager.
litL AUJJIIUKIUM BEAUTIFUL." Manager.
TONIGHT—LAST TIME HERE
cTVIAUD c^LLLAN
AND HER WONDERFUL ART. SUPPORTED BT A BTMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF
SO, ALL OF THE FAVORITE AS WELL A3 NEW NUMBERS. SKAT SALB AT
AUDITORIUM BOX OFFICE,'. .r ile. 7.-IC, »1.00. 11.60, ■%- "0.
BT AMfUAPn HAT T Tuesday Kv.. May 10 Management
JuJ\N\^tli\KU tli\L>Li Saturday Matinee, May 14 WITHKY * TCTTLB
Dr. Ludwig Wullner
ORKAT GERMAN I4EDER SINGER
Programs Include "Das HoxsnlloJ" and "Four Serious Songs" (Brahms).
Prices— 00 $1.50. »1.00.. Seat sals begins' Saturday, May 7. 10 a. m. SOUTH
KRN 1-Al.llOltXlA MUSH! CO., 333 South Broadway.
LYMPIC THEATER hits «""ov»£ti«
OLYMPIC THEATER hits J"nov»"?iw
COOLKST THKATKIt IN TOWN. AI.PHIN AMD FARGO OFFER "WANTED,
,V HUSBAND." with Jules Mendel and Blossom Seeley. TEN 810 SINQINQ
AND DANCING Xi>S"ET.TIKS. 10c. '.'lie. 2,".i.
Lir>i7\7'O r'Atft? rHANTANT THIRD AND MAIN BTB.
EVY S yrIAIM 1 aim x 8 8 . 30 „,, , 0 . 30 d ajl*.
THE KRIBTOFFI TRTO" CKAND OPKRA COMPANT; TOUR IMPERIAL HUN
■' OARIAN DANCBRB FROM BUDAPEST; RAYMOND BALDWIN, barltom
soloist- TRACY MARROW, operatic soprano: and KAMMBIIMHITBR'3 ORCHESTRA,
With new program numbers. A STAR PROGRAM.
BASEBALL— Pacific Coast League
~ SAN - FRANCISCO »■•. LOS ANGELES—At Chutes Park, 8 s3o—Wednesday,
May 1; Thursday, May ">: Saturday, May 7: Sunday. May I, morning; Mon
day, May 0. AT VERNON PARK—Friday. May «, 2:30 i Sunday, M»y «. 10:30.
LADIES FREE »very day except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Remember th»
Friday afternoon games and the Sunday morning games are played at the VERNON
EAT,I. PARK, an haratofore.
The Attractions of Our Resorts /jjpi%v
Saturday and Sunday Promise ufs^o)
To Be the Best Ever.
oTHtLowe
$2.00 Round Trip
The greatest scenic railway trolley trip. The most wonderful of
them all in diversity and beauty of its scenery and scope and variety
of its views. Spend the week end at ALPINE TAVERN.
Cars from 6th and Main St. terminal 8, 9, 10 a. m., 1:30 and 4p. m.
The Inviting Spots Are
LONG BEACH, with the greatest variety of first-class amuse
ments. Hear the Famous Municipal Band in its daily concerts.
Enjoy the Pleasure Pier, the Pike, the Virginia Hotel and Mam
moth Hot Salt Plunge, Double Whirl, Figure Eight, Ocean Ex
- cursions and a hundred other attractions. There is always some
thing doing. . ...
POINT FIRMIN, with its rugged cliffs. The government
breakwater and lighthouse.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, NEWPORT, BALBOA and SUN
SET BEACH. The FISHERMAN'S PARADISE. It's a beauti
ful ride along the Surf Line for miles.
NAPLES for the famous Fish Dinner at the NAPOLI.
The Valley Attractions Include
Charming CASA VERDUGO, Toothsomely, Temptingly Quaint.
MONROVIA, AZUSA, GLENDORA, COVINA and SIERRA
MADRE. Beautiful trips through the Orange Groves.
RUBIO CANYON, with its witchery of solitude.
Other Points of Interest
San Gabriel Mission • Cawston Ostrich Farm
Fast, Frequent Service from Sixth and Main Streets.
Pacific Electric Railway

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