So. Broadway, 2^-2 37-2 39 So. Hill Street, 234-244
On Saturday a Sale of Children 's and Misses ' Suits
and Dresses—See Friday's Papers for Particulars.
$6.50 to $15.00 £/T fIA
Silk Waists . . . «P-/.
H (On Sale Friday)
Four hundred and twenty silk waists—
the salesroom and traveler's sample lines
from one of America's biggest manu
facturers—to be placed on sale Friday
morning at five dollars each.
The plainest of them are well worth
$650 and from that to $15.
The display in one of our Broadway
windows shows the variety of materials
—crepes, chiffons, taffetas, messaiines,
—— tIV-L'^O( ClllllUliJt UlllV-Ul.i) IIILJJUIMIVJ|
Solid color, plaids, checks, stripes and
Black, blue, rose, taupe, grays, greens,
reseda, raisin dnd natural shades.
All the very latest styles.
Parasol Sale Today
As advertised yesterday, close to three
hundred new parasols go on sale this
morning at price-concessions averaging
nearly half—sl to Si for parasols
whose duplicates are being sold at $2 to
$25.00 by merchants who chose their
season's supply from these sample lines.
And as there are no more than two or three of a
kind the assortment is enormous.
1 == In the Seaside Home of Music and —
high-class Entertainment. Unex-
I celled Cuisine. Moderate prices. I
The automobilists'favorite haunt 1
The Great Fougere I
Sensational Parisian Comedienne |
Lancaster Ladies' Orchestra and
Ten Theatrical Stars, at Magnificent
Bristol Pier Cafe
Between Ocean Park and Santa Monica
MURDER OF GIRL IN
CHURCH BECOMES CLEARER
Evidence Shows How Louisville
Victim Met Death
LOUISVILLE, Ky., June 1.- The un
ravelling of the knotty skein of eyt
dence confirming onlj too well the
theory that little Alma Kellner wan
murdered In St, John's Catholic chun h,
where she went to worship December
£ last, proceeded rapidly today, but
nothing has beon heard of thi
pacted janitor, Wendllng,
Tin; charred right foot of the child
■uhs found in a. pile of ashes near the
furnace in the basement of the church,
and near it were picked out of the
refuse two women's handkerchiefs,
In police i ouri today .M n \\ i nd
ling's attorney asked Judge Roldreck
[■charge her on the ground that
s^lio is being held Illegally and In viola
tion ..I 1 the stature which provides that
ihe B ■ does noi exist as the wife
< >i' a principal in a crime. The motion
■will ba argued tomorrow,
Mrs. Wendllng said she knew abso
lutely nothing "i' itif murder and had
no Idea as to her husband's where
G. C. ROBBINS, ACCUSED
BIGAMIST, IS SET FREE
MEXICi ' i I IV, June 1 - ')■ or
liobbtns, fi i iii' 11. "f ].•>
lms b ■ ustody hi re for :-■
pending tho termination i
tradition proceedings Instituted by the
United Btati ■ sovernmenl
rest on a cliarsc if bigamy, was given
his liberty today, thi Mexican dopurt
ni. nl of tori Ign relal
were no legal grounds •■ ■ • radl
JURY CHOSEN; BLEACHED
FLOUR CASE IS BEGUN
KANSAS CIT-r, Juno l.—A jury was
obtained and the opening statement
by the ■■■■ i i inn.nt we begun In tin
bleached Hour c;*se before Federal
Judge Smith Mcpherson liore today.
Jurymen probably will be railed on
to masticate bread made from
bleached anil unbleached flour to di
termine whether the different process
es change the nuallty of the food.
DEFEATED MADRIZ FORCES
ARE IN FULL RETREAT
Uncle Sam Warns Against Seiz
ure of American Ships
WASHINGTON, June I.—A ijlspatch
received today ai the state department
from Capt. Ollmer, commanding the
gunboat Paducah ai Blueflelds, stated
that General Lara had been defeated
by the Estrada forces and was hi full
retreal with the remnant 'if his army,
numbering about SOO men.
With tli.- exception ol the»e 300 men,
the only forces Madriz has on thi
oasi, ua understood here, is a detach
mont .mi Bluefields bluff, six mill
ii 1 Bluefields city, an.l a force esti
mated at not exceeding 1000 men, fac
inj; i leneral Mi na, i !,<■ Ei trade i om
mandi ■■. al Kama, it is pointed out
that General Estrada, with his vic
torious army, without hindrance, could
go t.> tin' Kama and, Joining forci ■
with Mena, readily riUpi rse the Madria
army in front of that city.
i 'aptaln I illmer has Rd\ i ed the navy
mi.-in thai tin im I uqui , which
i day lan.!, d a force of marines at
Etluefii Ids, had iel urned to i lolon for
coal .mil ; The, depai tmeni
lias directed that the Vlcksburg go to
Corinto, on the ivcsl coast of Nlcar
and there i ellev •■ ihe Prlnci ton,
■which lias been ordered to I'iwi
The st.iti' department has instructed
Captain Ollmer, In i harge of the Amer
foi ea m Central American waters,
i" notify imtii factions In Nicaragua
and shipping Interests that "this gov
ernment denies the right of either fao«
ti''ii i" seise Amerli an owned ■■
en- property without consent of and
n i ompense to the o\\ ngrs."
RECORDED AT CLEVELAND
'•| RVELAND, ' 'ii" . June I. Karth
vlbra i lona wore i > ordi I bj thi
niograpli :it Bt. [gnatlua college al I
o'clock this morning. The shock, which
ular, continued until 3:20
;i. in. Pathor Adenbach, observer, be
llevei Hi- iiiMinii 11 urred noar
WOMAN THROWN FROM BUGGY
LONG BEACH. Jui
her Iju ■ ii> r hoi so took n Ighl
ul a gyi I bai ked o^ crn n
embankment al t,hi side of Perrls mail,
Mi A. A rhrlsl Iti n. i;..s VVe i S id
st rest, waH In lured painfully, r
■ t'oua brul -'S and i nsslblj Internal
injuries. Bhe \\ ;is tak< n In an ambu
lance to thi pltal.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1010.
VOTERS TO NAME
Four Men to Make Race for Two
Council Vacancies Will
THIRTEEN SEEK NOMINATION
Five Good Government Men in
Stewart and Whiffen
(Continued from Page One)
nment organisation, the followlnj?
statemi nt was issued!
■Tli, Importance of tlio primary elec
tion to be held tomorrow consists of
th« relation of Its results to the present
city administration. We appeal strong:
ly to each qualified voter of Los Ah
geles who believes in tin* principle* of
the Good Government organisation tn
put thai belief on record In form of a
vote tomorrow for men whom he feeli
certain will Bupport the present admin
istration in Its sincere desire and deter
mlnation to obtain good government In
all the various departments ot the city'a
"The business of the governing body
of a great city like ours Is difficult and
complex, even where the councilman
are all united In th< ir main purpose to
legislate with absolute fairness to all
interests which may be affected by
their ai tlon; it is rendered doubly dif
ficult If there be at all times an oppos
ing minority which is governed by a
less worthy purpose.
"Several of the thirteen candidates
who are seeking nomination have ex
pressed themselves as distinctly op
posed to the presenl administration and
several have publicly pledged them
selves to do all In their power to as
sist the present mayor and council in
their active efforts to obtain a thor
ough, buslness-Uke economical and In
dependent administration of the affairs
of this city.
"The public press has made it clear
:ih to who these men are and we urge
than no man fail to make the neces
sary effort to no promptly to his
proper polling place nnrl with all the
Information thai he can obtain cast his
vote for the men whose Judgment and
Integrity will best serve the intenests
of our great city."
POMONA EXTENDS HEARTY
GREETINGS TO JOHNSON
: L.-R. League Candidate Speaks
Before Large Audience
POMONA, June I.— Hiram Johnson,
candidate for the Lincoln-Roosevelt
nomination for governor, was accorded
a hearty welcome by cltlaens of Po
i innna last evening in the Fraternal
Aid theater, where he aSdreaied an
audience of over 600 on the Issues of
the coming' campaign.
Mr. Johnson, accompanied by Wil
liam I>. Stephen! of Ix>s Angeles, oan
i dldate for congress from this district,
and Florence J. O'Brien, candidate for
tarj of state, arrived here in au
tomobiles late this afternoon. They
were met by a committee of local citi
zens, and a parade was formed which
traversed the principal streets of the
in !>is speech Mr. Johnson's princi
pal point was the question whether
the people of California should take
luck the government of the state from
the Southern Partflc machine, wh ire
it has bo long remained, a mere chat
tel for the use of this great corpora
Both Mr. Stephens and Air. O'Brien
made short addressi ■ and they, too,
l the approval of the audience.
C. J. Dreher, secretary «f tne San An
tonio fruit exchange, acted as chair
man >( tiie mtetins.
i BENEDICT'S CANDIDACY IS
APPROVED BY L.-R. LEAGUE
The Los Angeles Lineoln-Roosavelt
Republican league has approved the
candidacy of U. Stanley S. Benedict for
assemblyman from the seventy-second
district. Mr. Benedict is a young man,
favorably known throughout the city,
and a prominent r< form worker, both
in tlit- league and In the Qood Govern
ment organisation, is«-iore the forma
tion of the Good Government organiza
tion Mr. Benedict took an active part
in the non-partisan movement which
supported Lee C. Gates for mayor, He
is considered one of the strongest men
that could be put into the race in that
FORMER POLICE JUDGE
SEEKS TOWNSHIP PLACE
Charles O. Morgan, judge of the city
polic ur( from January 1. 1899, to
January l. 1903, and now a candidate
for the Republican nomination for jus
tice "i thi peaci "i Los Angeles town
ship al the coming August primary
election, has filed his nominating peti
tion with the county clerk. It contains
the names of petitioners from nearly
every precinct of the city, and the
necessary '■', per cent In 175 of the v'"l
precincts of the township, and a total
of 1707 petitions, or about 7 per ci nt
of the total party \ot.- at the last elec
CLARK MAY BE CANDIDATE
It was reported In political circles
yesterday that >Lucien .1. Clark Is ex
pected ion to announi his ( andldacy
for the state assembly from the Seven
ty-fiitli district. Mr. i'lark Is a proml
nciii liiiinl Government worker and
formerly secretary of the oganigation.
It is believed he \\i\\ get the Indorse
ment and support "i the Lincoln-Roose
JOHNSON TO SPEAK HERE
Tomorrow evening Hiram \v. Jchn
ron, candidate for governor, will make
the lasi speech of in.^ pvi seni tour In
Southern California In Blanchnrd hall.
The meeting "ill open al 8 o'clock.
$b FOR ELECTION CLERKS
Election officers who work on to
day's election boards will each re
ceive %6 for their labor. This amount
waa fixed by the council yesterday and
tha city clerk instructed to make out
WOMAN BURNED TO DEATH
FRESNO, June I.—Mary Allen, ■<
ranch cook near I'ixlcy, was burned
to death ■<> 5 o'clock this evening.
Her clothes were ignited from an ex
plosion of kerosene which she was lin
ing Ui ,tait a tire.
WHIPPING POST FOR WIFE -
BEATERS URGED BY HAY
Washington Governor Hopes for
Drastic Legislation in State
SPOKANE, •Tune 1. In an address
before tin- Republican countj central
committee today Governor M. E. Hay
"I am very much in hope that the
coming session of the legislature will
pass the daylight saloon law; that is,
liquor will be soil wherever not pro
hibited only between sunrise and
\ man who will beat his wife is so
far behind the dark apes that 1 feel
we should do something to enlighten
him. and bring him down to the whip
piu.LT post aga at least. I hope to s ,v
the next legislature pass a bill estab
lishing a whipping post for wife
■■[ hope io see the next legislature
pass ii hiii eliminating the profeslonal
JOIN TO DEFEAT
Twenty-Five Roads Combine to
Carry Through Increase
in Freight Rates
(Continued from Page One)
fers they are nevertheless of consid
erable concern te shippers In Western
Trunk Line territory. The increase in
freight rates on WOOI from St. Paul
points to New York and Boston par
ticularly is of immense interest to con
signers, as it means a flat increase of
1" edits a l<>o pounds. This increase
applies to all western wool passing
through Minneapolis or St. Paul des
tined to Atlantic tidewater destina
TAFT IGNORANT OF R.R.
CONDITIONS, IS CHARGE
Head of Publicity Bureau Says
President Is Unjust
CHICAGO, June I.—Speaking on be.
lialf of railroad management, Slasrm
Thompson, head of the railways puh
llcity bureau hare, expressed the opih
lob that President Taft had not care
fully studied the railroad problem be
fore deciding to act asainst their pro
posed raise in rates.
"Surely the president has not under
fit n.»l the history of the railroad busi
ness durinpr the last ten years," said
Mr. Thompson. "So Car as 1 am aware
the purpose of the present proceeding
is the most remarknble In the history
of the country. Never before, so far
as T can remember, has the government
of the United States departed so wide
ly and so radically from the functions
laid down for it as to say that the
seller of a commodity or a service,
•thou shalt not sell thy poods or thy
service at any price but one that
•■lt seem* that President Taft and
Senator LaFollette have been in a
race as to which would get to the rail
roads first and that the president has
beaten him to it. Tt was the most
startling Innovation on r< rd and un
just and unwise."
LOS ANGELES RAILROADS
SUE FOR AN INJUNCTION
TOPBKA, Kas., June I.— Suits to en-
Join the interstate commerce commis
sion from enforcing its order directing
three transcontinental railroads enter
ing San Francisco and Los Angeleg to
, ease collecting charges of |2.60 per car
for switching freight cars to sidetracks
and for spurs for manufacturing and
jobbing firms, were filed here today in
the United states circuit court.
The three roads are the Santa. Fe, the
Southern Pacific and the Silt Lake.
MI three are complainants in the Los
Angeles suit. The Santa Fe and South
ern Pacific are complainants in the
San Francisco suit.
Both temporary and permanent in
junctions are sought.
WESTERN PROTESTS CAUSE ■
GOVERNMENT TO MOVE
WASHINGTON, June I.—Atttorney
General Wickersham talked today re
garding tie- steps which led up to the
administration move against the rail
roads The first intimation he had of
the ■ ondltions alleged, he said, was in
tli- shape or a dispatch which came
from from somewhere in the west last
r >11 Friday more dispatches came, and
Representative Hubbard of lowa gave
him a comprehensive statement of the
This convinced him, Mr. Wlckersham
said, that action ought to he taken.
CHICAGO, June !. ignortng the
action of the government in obtaining
an order of the oourt restraining In
creased freight rates the eastern rail
roads today filed with tlif Intel
fommerce commission tariffs 'if In
creased commodities rates to take ef
1. ct July 1,
STEEPLE JACK PUTS BACK
MORMON ANGEL'S TRUMPET
Gentiles Admitted for First Time
Since Temple Was Completed
SALT LAKE CITY, June I.—Yester
day for the first time aim the conse
cration of the edifice to religious rites
In 1893, gentile feel trod the sacred pre
einci.s of the Mormon temple In Ball
Arthur Smith and Peter Munyon,
steeplejacks,, with two helpers, were
admitted in order that the figure which
surmounts the tallest spire or the tem
pie might he repaired. They were
taken up the tower In an elevator and
did not penetrate the apartments where
marriages and baptisms for the dead
The chief damage to the figure of the
angel on the spire was the dislocation
of a trumpet held to its lips. The ex
plosion of a charge of dynamite in the
Utah hotel building across the street
a few weeks ago tore the trumpet from
Home of Its Fastenings, Smith hoisted
himself to the pinnacle, 225 feet from
the ground] and booh repaired the dam
SUGAR TRUST 'TAKING
CARE OF THE BOYS'
Has Been Paying Salaries of Con
victed Weighers, Testi
NEW YORK, June I.— That the late
H. O. Havemeyer, former president of
the American Sugar Refining com
pany, gave directions two weeks be
fore his death in 1907 to "take care of
the boys" was part of the testimony
heard today In the trial of three of
ficials of the company, charged with
complicity In a conspiracy to defraud
the government of customs duties.
Ernest \V. Gerbrncht, refinery super
intendent; James F. Bendernagel, for
mer cashier of the refinery, and
Charles P. Helko, beeretary-treasurer
of the company, are the three on trial.
"Take care of those boys; get coun-
Bel for them; see them through it."
were the orders Gernraeht said he re
ceived from Havemeyer when he In
formed him after the first arrest ol
checkers that the men Insisted on
•'Take care of the boys," Qerbraeht
later testified, had extended to the
paying of their wages from the day
they left, tlid v.oiiipaii>*o iaci'vi^o until
tin present time. The salary of Oliver
Spltzer, former dock superintendent,
who was pardoned from tile Atlanta
prison by President Taft, Gerbracht
said, was paid to Mrs. gpltier while
her husband was in prison, and he be
lieved she was still Betting it. Bpltzer
when on the stand -for the prosecution
testified that his salary ceased when
he was locked up.
Qerbracht was the chief witness
today in his own defense. Theodore
Havemeyer, he said, had absolute
charge of the refinery until his dfeath
In 1597, and H. O. Havemeyer later
personally directed all the routine.
PASS POSTAL BANK BILL
G. O. P. SLOGAN IN HOUSE
WASHINGTON, June I.— The Repub
licans of the house went squarely on
■ecard tonight tor the prompt passage
of the postal savings bank bill, Which
is part of President Taft's legislative
The bill finally ivns agreed on at a
four-hours' caucus, lasting until mid
night, at which the following resolu
tion, submitted by Mr. Tawncy of Min
nesota, was adopted:
"Resolved, that the postal savings
bank bill, agreed of. by this caucus, be,
ami tile same is hereby adopted, that
tlie same be reported by the committee
mi poßtofflcea and pott roads, and that
it is the sense of this caucus that a
rule be reported from the committee
on rules for Us consideration in the
The caucus wan largely attended find
tlie only bolt was by Mr. Southwick of
New York, who vehemently denounced
the hill as radically Socialistic and
withdrew, declaring bla Intention to
fipht it on the floor of tho house.
The caucus lixcil at t>ii per cent the
amount of the t'un.ls placed m the
postal laving! bank that must remain
on deposit In banks in each state and
territory, and 80 per cent of funds that
the trusties may withdraw for Invest
ment in United States bond*, The
other 5 per cent must remain on de
poalt in the postal banks.
TAFT OFF TO ATTEND
Four Days' Trip to Take Presi
dent to Michigan
WASHINGTON, Juno I.—President
Tal't will lease Washington early to
morrow on a four days' trip which
will take him as far west as J.icksun,
Tomorrow morning the president will
attend the commencement exercises of
Bryn .Mawr college at Rryn Mawr, Pa.,
win re his daughter Helen Is a student.
He is expected to speak on "The
Higher Education of Women."
l- om Bryn Mawr the president rocs
direct to Ada, 0., where, on .Friday,
he will speak nt the commencement
exercises of the Ohio Northern uni
Friday evening will find .Mr. Taft In
Detroit, where he will attend the an
nual banquet of the board of com
Saturday morning the president booh
to Monroe, Midi., to speak at the un
veiling 'if a monument to Gen. Custer,
Saturday evening at .Jackson, Mich.,
he will lie present at the unveiling of a
tablet commemorating the birth of the
Republican party. Leaving Jackson
early Saturday night the president re
turns direct to Washington, reaching
here Sunday evening,
HAGUE DISCUSSES ROW
WASHINGTON, June The state
department has been advised that
counter cases in the Orinoco Steamship
company's claims against Venezuela
were exchanged at The Hague yester
day. The exchanges were made through
United States Minister Beaupre and it
is understood that the case will come
up for hearing in the international
court of arbitration early in Septem
LIFE'S SAVINGS JOLTED
IN COALS AND BURNED
Chicagoan Decides He Will Trust
Cash to Bank in Future
CHICAGO, June I.—Lack of faith in
hanks and the use of an < >J > l VBlt as M
(1, posltory, i list Domtnlck Rosato his
life's savings of $717 yesterday.
Rosalto placed the money in the ln
dl^e pocket of hli vest ami hung it on
the baok of the kitchen door of his
home. His wife emptied the itove,
then fllled the bucket with hoi coals.
a peddler came along, knocked the vest
from the dour and it (ell into the.
bucket. Within a few moment! Ro
sato's pile of iiiiis was reduced to
asm -. lie will ship the charred bills of
his money to the treasury department,
in the hope ie will be reimbursed. He
appealed t" United States Treasurer
Poote and swore to an affidavit cx
piainlng 111 circumstances, in which
six )100 bills and others of smaller de
nominal ion wore Inn ned.
"'flint $747 was all f had in the
World," saiil Ftosato. "When I have
money again I will put ii In the bunk,
where it will nut be burned up."
ffV.X^CL '_ <fdCU-^-J%\ «»«a"* matinee every day.
V3£OsSs_S_^^ B.tU Pho»« U47.
I Turin* i'arllrnlnr At-1 'X 7*•* 1 m /^TTI ■I A I rrr»eiillii|i Always the
I S'CS^l V auae vine L^r4^^,.
"Swat Milligan" Elita Proctor Otis & Co.
Great Baseball Comedy. I ' ——I "Mr»- Bunnar*i Bun."
Avon Comedy Four __ _. Anna Laughhn
"The New School Teacher." MatlllCe Toyland Prim; Donna.
Sisters Klos TAw 5 Juggling Norman
Greatest Aerial Oymnasta. 1 Oaay Club Manipulation..
John McClosky L- 1 Marshall Montgomery
■•American Caruso.". Ventriloquist.
OUI-lIK.I M MOTION PICTURES—STORY OF RAMOMA
EVERY NIOHT— I*', Site. BOf. We. MATINEK DAILY, 10c, *Be, BOc.
MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER "^."YuIE
THIS WEEK ONLY—LAST CHANCE TO SEE
The Rose of the Rancho
Trice?. 26e, 500, Tie—no higher. Matinees Saturday and Sunday; 100, 250, 600.
»it Week— IN PULL." BUT your nulls now.
HAMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER fS&StaS:
IItXMNNING NEXT SUNDAY NKillT—Seal Sale Opens This Morning.
James K. Hackett
In hl« (treateft successes, hfßlnnlns; with "THE PRII>E OF JENNICO." Special snmmer
trnnnn bargain prices, 23c, 504-, 75c. fI. Matinees Wednesday and .Saturday, *3«,
Me 78c. ___»_^___ ; ■ _______^—
Btt>t ACff\ TUP AT*!?!? Il<>l»»co-niackwood Co., Props A Mgr«.
t/LASLU 1 tiH,J\ k ILK MATINEES TODAY, SAT'S AM) SUNDAY
I tit/-* n»»TTMt?T7 TOII A V AT I.X
LEWIS S. STONE and the Belasoo theater company present George liroadhursfs
wonderfully iuccewful play of American flnanes,
c^z DOLLAR I
~^\ — cy VI Axv IV
Tina Is the treat play thai ran for ten consecutive woekß— for 100 per
formances—nt the Belasco a year ago. This season It la bigger and bet« |.t.
ter than ever, It's jamming the Belaico to the door« at every perform*
ance. It's by all odds the greatest popular success ever known In the his
tory of lx)s Angeles theatricals.
•I 1) FOLLOW—Robert Edeson'i. most recent sucrem. "TIIF: CAT,!. OF THE NORTH."
G D AMn r\T3VV> A T-inTTSTT MATINEES SATURDAY, RI'NDAY
RAND OPERA HUIIOH. rliones—Main i»«7; Home ai»o7.
TONIGHT AM) AM. WEEK—A REAL SUCCESS—
CHARLES KINO STOCK COMPANY presents for the first timo la this city
Norman Compslon's dramatization of Mrs. Mary Holmes' popular novel.
SEATS BELLING. POPULAR GRAND THICKS. NEXT WEEK "THE PARiSH PRIEST."
@l©s ANGELES THEATRE
i*Zn&z;:/i%&mVA UDE VILIE
n.,1,. Thntna <* A- J'nlVr I «an -m. t a t—v tt^ I John I Jrlfflth &Co Prank
?he Lau,h™s'B*o™ I MllC. NADJE I Whitman, th. Mane! Duo.
POPULAR PRICKS— me, ao<- and SOc.
r >TivTr't?OC THPATFP '■ Illtsr ST., NEAR SPIUNO. PRINCEM
KllNLhba 1 titiin. 1 n,l\ mihicai. COMEDY CO.. with ARHUCKLB
and \RD\TH the Pe»r6ia I.au»;h I'rodiners, In the Merry Musical Melange, "A
Riot "of I un" "HALLOWEEN SIGHT," featurlne the Favorite Chorus, the Best
Drilled I'reltlei.t. Dalntl«-»t Dancers and Mn«er« in the City. THREE SHOW* DAILY.
PRICES to.-, -inc. tie. NEXT WEEK—"THE TWO FROM TEXAS."
LTM/V'Ci r>AT7'K' fHAMTANT THIRD AND MAIN BTS.
The KRISTOFH'VTRIO, grand opera vocalists; ED RAYMOND anil vkra HALL.
novelty dancing team; CARLTON CHASE, the Fashion Plate Tenor; CARRIE ROSE,
the whistling nightingale; MAE RKRDEL, dainty and dashing In musical talkalngues,
and KAMMKIIMKVKII'H ORCHESTRA.
OLYMPIC THEATER IIOME or lIITB ANn novelties.
ALPHIN AND FARGO offer "Tirs AND TAnS," a musical cafe satire. —TEN
BIG SINGING AND DANCING NOVELTIES—IOc. SOc 2bC.
BASEBALL— Pacific Coast League
lAN FR AX CISCO vs. VERNON, at CHUTES PARK, 2:3o—Tuesday, May 81;
Wednesday, .lime 1; Thursday, June -'; Saturday, June t; Sunday, June 8.
AT VERNON PARK— Friday, June 8, 2:H0; Sunday, June 8, 10:80 a. m.
Please remember that Friday games and Sunday (morning) games ore played at VER
NON PARK, as heretofore.
LADIES FREE EVERT DAY EXCF.PT SATURDAY. PIINDAY AND HOLIDAYS.
GOV. OENEEN TO GIVE
Agrees to Waive Rights and Aid
Inquisitors in Illinois
(Conttnurd from race One)
was today reported favorably by the
The resolution then went back to the
privileges and elections committee, of
which senator Burrows is chairman.
This constitutes all the committee lias
in foro it, though the accused senator
has asked for only an investigation into
the newspaper stories, if the grand
jury Investigation charges were filed
with the committee they would lie con-
Bldered sufficient on which to base Im
mediate action, what the committee
would prefer to do would !><■ to wait
until one of the c^ses in the Illinois
court against members of the legisla
ture had been concluded.
FIGUEROA HELD WITHOUT
BAIL FOR MURDERING WIFE
BANT A MONICA, June I.—Alter a
pn limtnary hearing lasting two days
Georgo Flguaroa, Mexican, was today
held to answer to the mperlor court on
tii" charge <>f murdering his 18-year-old
wife here May 22. (n Hie hearing,
whii li was held before Polu-e Judge J.
,1. Carrlllo, several witnesses urn !•«
•mined, Including Mis. Eloysla Bam
mann, aunt of Flgueroa, who was pres
ent when the ihootlng occurred, and
a. D. Pugaley of Los Angeles, brother
of the dead woman. Judge < arrillo or
di red that Figueroa be not admitted
Flgueroa is charged With •hooting
down his beautiful young wife while
engaged in a trivial Quarrel, following
a drinking spree with a friend *t the
HOLE'S LA HABRA RANCH
FINDS BUYER AT $150,000
SANTA ANA, June I.—W. J. Hole,
the l.a. Habra valley land operator, has
sciiii ids 180-acra ranch property near
La Habra to John Smtt, an Bast Whlt
tier ranchman, for $150,000, tha dead
being recorded here yesterday. A trilHt
deed Involving-the sum of |ISO,OOO waa
also recorded from Scott to the Los
Angelea 'J'nist and K.ivinßH bunk.
HOLD INQUEST TODAY
OVER WELL DRILLER
SANTA MONICA, June 1. An in
quest will bo held at Undertaker
Finch* parlors at Buwtelle tomorrow
morning by the coroner over the body
of Lorenzo Jackson, an oil well driller,
who died in the Los Angeles emergency
hospital from injurlea received when
struck on the head by a Calling timber,
Ho was 45 yearn old and leaves a widow
and two children, who live at SawUUt.
29 SENTENCED TO DIE
FOR MURDER IN RUSSIA
Eight Women Escape Hanging
and Will Be Imprisoned
ST. PETERSBURG, Juno I.—Penal
ties of death or life Imprisonment havo
heon meted out to the men find women
members of the youthful band that for
eighteen months during 1807-1908 com
mitted a series of murders and rob
beries that kept the residents of a
considerable territory in a state of
Twenty-nine men ranging In ago
from 18 to gS were sentenced to death.
Bight women escaped hanging because
of their sex. lint wrri 1 sentenced to
Imprisonment for life, a 15-year-old
boy who was slmwn to have been an
active outlaw was si nt to tin- colony
for juvenile offenders.
The most sensational feat of this
liatid was aooomplished August 23,
11107, when they held up « trHln on the
c-oa.st railroad and robbed the cashier
nf th* Si'.stract.ska Imperial Arms fac
tory of $t;r>oo. Colonel sucirikin, who
sat near the cashier, was fatally shot.
.Many factories and wine shops were
looted, and among those who suffered
dentil at the. hands of the desperadoes
Were a student, a Woman and several
The condemned showed great bra
vado during their trials ami jested as
their sentences ware pronounced.
NORTH BEACH BATH HOUSE
SOON TO BE REOPENED
SANTA MONICA\ June I.— The old
bath house at North Beaoh, which has
lici'n dosed for several months, will be
reopened under the management of s.
A. Sues of this city.
This structure was built many yearn
ngo by former Senator John P. Jones
of Nevada, and at tlio time was one of
the most elaborate unit water plunges
on the coast. It stands just north of
the municipal concrete pier. Here the
surf bathing was very popular prevlouH
to the building Up Of Venice and Ocean
Parii, where thouiandi of bathers go
BOY SWALLOWS PEN POINT
LONOI BEACH, Jun« I.—Gardner Me-
Cown, ~i>ii of a patrolman, this morning
■wallowed a penpolnl <inlini? an exam-
Inatlon period ai the Atlantic Avnnuo
■chool, The pen wai new and ho placed
tin' point in hU mouth iii moisten it.
it became detached from the holder
ami slid down his throat Dr. •'■ w.
Wood, the attending phystolan, said
there wu no danger of serious results.
EXPLOSION KILLB THREE
S'l'. I.OIMH, June I,—Three mnn worn
killed when a railroad locomotlva ex«
ploded near Collinsville Junction, ill.,
on the tracki of die Ht. Louis, Troy &
Eastern railroad today.
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