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CLERICALS IN BELGIUM
WIN BITTER ELECTION
Liberals and Socialists Combine
to Change Government, but
Probably Fail
BRUSSELS, May L'2.—Elections
were held today for deputies' in various
districts and the results of the ballot
may have an important effect on the
political situation.
The Liberals and Socialists have com
bined to crush the Clericals, who have
been ill control for the last twenty-six
The original majority of the Clerical
party was seventy-six, but tnls has
been' gradually reduced to eight seats.
The allies have bent all their energies
to gain at least lour seats and over
throw the domination of tlie clericals.
The right has been made by the
Liberals and and Socialists on certain
reforms, including the substitution ol
simple universal suffrage tor the prea-
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w YJ~\' 1 *■. » C Are what will bring victory in The Herald's Voting Con-
V\3 1 IL/^ test-the only thing which will get you the prize you
are after is VOTES!
VOTES! Nothing More-Nothing Less V'OTILS!
DO YOU want a $5300 home? Or a $3380 Knox Tourabout? Or a double trip to
•*-' the Orient? ($787.50) Or a $750 Lindemann Grand Piano? Or a $600 mahogany
set? Or a $500 banjc account? Or a $300 double trip to Honolulu? Or a $266 double
trip to Alaska? Or the other double trip ($264)? * Or another $260 double trip to
Honolulu? Or a $250 Columbia graphonola? Or a $220 double trip to Mexico City?
VOTES
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PRIZES
To Get Prizes Get Votes!
If you are anxious and determined to win—if you want any of the prizes listed
above—you now have an opportunity to make your success certain! Energy now
has a greater value than at any time during the contest. Why?
THEN HUSTLE! HUSTLE HARD!
HUSTLE-VOTES ®l VOTES-PRIZES
SEE ANNOUNCEMENT ON PAGE 9
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ent system of plural voting, based
upon 'property and higher educational
attainments and the enforcement of
compulsory neutral education as
against trio present system, which is
largely religious.
The elections were held in five pro
vinces which Bje entitled to eighty-five
seats OUt of a total of 166.
Incomplete returns show the re
election of Schollaert. The Clericals
lost one sent but the indications at a
late hour are that they will maintain
their majority.
CONSERVATIVES IN SPAIN
RETAIN GRIP ON SENATE
MAPRID, May 22.—Elections for sen
ators were held today, but there is no
change in the conservative character of
the senate, as sixty-one members sit
by virtue of their position as grandees
of Spain, captain generals and arch
bishops, and V2l are appointed for life.
The returns late tonight show the
.•lection of senators as follows: Lib
erals, sT; conservatives, :i7; catholics,
14: republicans, 3: Carlists, 2; Other
parties, ,V
The ndvintaKP In belli* In jail Is thai you
don't have to worry about whore the next
meal Is coming from.
LOS ANGELES HERAJJ): MOM \\\ MOHMMJ. MAY 23, 1910.
GIRL TEACHER ATONES
WITH LIFE FOR MISSTEP
Young Woman Victim of Tragedy.
Man Companion H-3ld
PEORIA, 111.. May 23.—Miss Minnie
Alders, 20 years old, a school teacher
of Princeville, was found dead in bed
at a hotel here today with three bullet
wounds in her body. Her companion,
S. T. Easterly of ChiUlcothe, til., ■
freight conductor, is detained by the
police pending an Investigation. No
charge has been entered against him.
Easterly and Miss' Alders came to
Peoria on Saturday and registered at
the hotel as man and wife. According
to Easterly, the glrj spent most of the
night In tears, He said he left her
early this morning and went down-
Btairs and was absent about fifteen
minutes. When he returned ha found
the girl dead.
PLAY PROVES SUCCESS
Tiio dramatic Bection of the Turn-1
verein Germania presented a live-act
drama, "Muttersegen," or "The Pearl
of Savoy" at Turner hall, 821 South I
Main street last evening. The play, the
action of which is supposed to occur
in the time of Louis XV of France,
deals with the romance of a peasant
girl and a Franeh nobleman. The six
teen members of the cast took their
rarts excellently. The leading roles
were portrayed by Creseentia Renee,
Guftel Boetthher, Erubt Rudolch and
Rudolf Horn.
WILLIAM BLAKE, NOTED
MINERALOGIST, IS DEAD
BBRKBU&Y, May 22. — William
Phlppa Blake, a prominent mining man
and mineralogist of Arizona, formerly
a professor In the department of min
ing at the University of California,
died today of pneumonia. He was 83
year* Old and had made the trip to
, Berkeley to attend the golden jubilee
celebration of the university, at which
the degree of doctor of laws was con
ferred on him.
Professor Blake was a native of New
York. He was graduated from' Yale
in isr.2 and in 1564 joined the faculty
of the University of California. He
remained in this position until 1894,
\\ lion he went to Arizona to look after
: his mining interests.
STUMBLED ON BOULDER
AND FELL TO DEATH
Daughter Witness to Parent's
Tumble and Is Prostrated
SAN FRANCISCO. May 22.—
•Stumbling over a boulder at 4he edge
of the cliff overlooking Dead Man's"
point, near the Golden Qate life sav
ing station. C. U Snow, an automobile
supply agent, who had been out for a
walk with his 14-year-old daughter
Elsie, plunged headlong over the Steep
embankment 150 feet into the ocean
below. As the men of the life saving
crew were lowering lines in Hie hope
of saving the man his body was caught
in the swirl of the undertow and was
carried out to sea.
Snow's daughter, prostrated by the
sad experience, was oared (or at the
life saving station.
WOMAN LURES HER FORMER
FIANCE INTO POLICE NET
CHICAGO, May 22.— Miss Mayme
Ryerson played detective so luccess-
fully that today she was able to hand
over her former fiance, Walter
Kutrchled, to the police when he ar
rived here frorrt San Francisco. Both
are 81, and their homes are in Mil
waukee.
Miss Ryerson accused the man of
obtaining J3OO from her a year ago by
false pretenses. She recently learned
of hla whereabouts and wrote him, of-
Terlng forgiveness and asking him to
return. She. met him at the depot to
day in company with Detective Oer
man of Milwaukee, who placed him
under arrest and* returned with him to
Milwaukee tonight.
PUTS $10000 HE SAVES
IN DIAMONDS; ROBBED
NEWARK, N. J.. May 22,-While
Samuel Vogel and his Wife of Newark.
N. J., slept soundly burglars entered
their home this morning and stole JlO.
--000 worth of Jewelry. The robbers also
stole |600 in cash. Vogel, who is a
middle aged shop keeper, had put the
savings of a lifetime into diamonds.
Mr. raniPKie thinks that a man who ■lies
with mlllloni ouklu to forfeit iinif of v to
tin- state. Why. rather than Ittbmn to tills
n WhoU lot of them WOUld keep rlHllt Oil
llvliiK- —rhllmlnlphla I-pilrit.
Music Notes
THE Association Dante Allghterl
will give, a literary and musical
entertainment this evening at the
Gamut chili. i
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Miss Maude Nlcolaldes will give a
piano recital at the studio of the Occi
dental School of Music Saturday after
noon nt 3 o'clook. She will bo assisted
by Miss Winifred Miller, soprano, and,
Miss Flora Hege, accompanist.
The De Chauvcnet conservatory an
nounces a pupils 1 recital from the vari
ous grade*, on Saturday afternoon, May
18, at 3 p. m.; at 845 South Figueroa
street, in the conservatory auditorium.
Portions of De Chauvenet's late com
position, "Russian Symphony," which
was so heartily received at the last
concert, will ho repeated. Madame Da
Chauvenet will sing the aria from 'T*
Travlata." The study club will talk on
Mendelssohn at 2:30.
Rome mon understand Ju»t nimut as much
aboul poliltolani as they understand about a
woman.
Th' l.iwn mower hiivtnfr romf from winter
quarter!, th« peek-a-boo should do likewise.

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