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-—— m[\JJf* Bosiok Dry Goods Store mmmmmm^m
So. Broadway, 2^-237-299 So. Hill Street, 234-244
Splendid assortment of the well-known Arnold garments for
Infants. (Main Floor, rear.)
Sales tor Today
Details of Which Appeared in Yesterday's Papers
All street hats at a fourth under last
week's prices.
Misses' and children's wash dresses—2 to 18-year
sizes—at a third or more under value.
Misses' lingerie dresses at about a third under
regular.
Misses' $2% and #?o silk dresses at $\$ and #i6.i?o.
All the above are NEW —not a season-old garment in
the collection.
Val. lace edges and insertions of the $1.00 to $2.2%
qualities now 90c a dozen yards. ,
Monday .mportant Sales
Which Will Be Featured in Our Sunday Advertising
$1.50 guaranteed black silks at $1.00
Women's $20 to $35 suits $11.75.
Women's $2.00 and $2.50 Nainsook
gowns $1.25.
$1.75 to $3.50 wool suitings at $1.25
a yard.
TWO FATALLY BURNED IN
EXPLOSION OF GASOLINE
Oakland Woman and Son Cannot
Live, and Daughter Is
Badly Burned
SACRAMENTO, June 17.—Mrs. H.
Rowland of Oakland and her 3-ycar
old son Herbert were fatally burned,
and her daughter Anna severely in
jured in a fire this morning that de
stroyed the home of Mrs. E. Meyers,
3112 Madrone avenue, Oak Park, where
Mrs. Rowland was a guest. The blaze
was the result of Mrs. Rowland mis
taking a can of gasoline for a can of
coal oil. She had gone to the kitchen
with her two children to start the
morning flre. It 'lid not burn briskly
enough to suit her and she sought to
encourage it with what she supposed
was coal oil. Instead she picked up a
can of gasoline and as soon as she
poured it on the fire there was an ex
plosion and the burning fluid was scat
tered about the room. Herbert, who
•was dressing near the stove, was liter
ally drenched in the blazing fluid. His
mother, in a frantic effort to iave him,
although herself enveloped in flames,
became practically a human torch. The
daughter, Anna, was burned about the
hands.
The victims were taken to the county
hospital, where it is declared they can
not live. Mrs. Rowland is the wife of
a Southern Pacific brakeman and was
here with her children on a visit.
BOY FLIRTS WITH DEATH
AND IS KILLED BY TRAIN
Accepted Dare to Remain on Rail-
road Tracks Fatal
i>UNXSUTAWNEY, Pa., June 17.—
kittle Johnny Allison, aged 7, of this
place flirted with death and lost his
life. With John Sugars, aged 7, he
was walking across a trestle on the
Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg rail
road when they saw a fast train com
ing.
"I will bet you I can face the en
gine on the trestle longer than you
can," said Sugars to Allison.
"No you can't," said Allison.
The boys then stood on the guard
railing on the trestle ready to jump
the engine .sped near them. As
the train got within ten feet of tilt*
boys Sugars jumped from the trestle
down b nkment. Allison waited
an Instant, and when he attempted to
Ju up hiß foot .slipped from the guard
■[ on the track In trout
of the engine, which ran over him,
crushing him to rv
AUTOS IN CHICAGO KILL
TWELVE IN SIX MONTHS
CHICAGO, Juno 17. —Aul
Oliiinu-d a toll "1 twelve i :
caused Injuries to "
cago during the last six n
ng to a report submitti
„f Police Steward by the police Lureau
of reci
During ' I:" i urrent v
liuv thai
in.. | have been 1
forty-three ii .;,
WASHES PINS DOWN WITH
ALCOHOL, SEEKING DEATH
SAN DIEGO, I al., Juno Bent on
putting an end to her existence, a
woman named Veney Ford was found
eating pins and washing them down
■with raw alcohol late yesterday nftor
noon. The police were notified and
forced the woman Into the patrol
wagon and she was lodged with great
difficulty in the woman' I ward of the
county Jail, where- an attending phy
sician Bald there was a chance or her
r-covery.
WATCHMAN AND A THIEF
BATTLE IN LABORATORY
Policeman Comes to Aid. and In
truder with Loot Is Then
Captured
NEW YORK, June 17.—One of the
laboratories of Cornell medical school
hero was tho scene early this morn
ing of a battle between a burglar and
ii watchman. The watchman, James
Mahoney, was seriously injured.
According to the watchman's story,
the intruder was filling his pockets
with costly microscope lenses from a
cabinet when Mahoney, making his
early morning rounds, flashed an elec
tric lamp in his face. The stranger,
who was unarmed, seized a $500 brass
microscope from a shelf and hurled
it with all his might at the watch
man. Mahoney dodged, slipped, recov
ered himself and clinched with the in
truder. The latter was of powerful
build, and in spite of a rain of blows
from the watchman's club, he soon
had Mahoney on the floor, pummeling
and kicking him.
Mahoney's cries for help were heard
Just In time by a passing policeman,
who vaulted from the street to a
window ledge and Jumped Into the .lark
laboratory, smashing the plate ghi.ss
window as he dashed into the room.
He gripped the burglar by the coat
collar and held a revolver at the man's
ear, while Mahoney snapped handcuffs
over his wrists.
When searched at the police sta
tion lenses worth $800 were found in
the man's possession. Inside the
pocket was a love letter written to
him from the Tombs prison by a young
woman recently arrested on a charge
of larceny.
PERU-ECUADOR BOUNDARY
DISPUTE STILL UNSETTLED
Conditions Imposed May Cause
Mediation to Fail
LIMA, Peru, June 17.—1t was ru
mored today that the attempted media
tion between Peru and Ecuador had
failed owing to the condition Imposed
by Ecuador as a basis for the peace
negotiations.
Both countries began several days
ago the withdrawal from the frontiers
of the troops which had been massed
when the outbreak of hostilities was
believed to be imminent. The with
drawal was In accordance with the ln-
nee of the mediating powers when
United States, Brazil and Argen
tine undi rtook to act jointly in arbl-
tratlng thi boundary dispute between
the two republics, which, it seemed
obvious, could be otherwise settled
only by war. Nevertheless, vague re
i >its that Ecuador had qualified its
consent to mediation have been cir
culated here until now they appear to
gaining ■ redence,
REVOLVER DUEL TO BE
FATAL TO PARTICIPANT
RATON, N. M., June 17.—As a result
of a revolver duel last night between
bal, a store keeper, and Eloys
i /., Nuanez is dying wtlh a shot
ia tii. abdomen, Mrs. Roybal has a
hand and Roybal himself
.■■ bulleet hole through his left arm.
awakeni d early this
Ing l>y Nuanez, who was forcingl
iy Into the store. Roybal asked]
waa wanted. Nuanez demanded
money, and the shooting began.
RECLAMATION WORKERS DROWN
HELENA, .Mont., June 17.—A. »'.
Gowni '. ■ r, assistant en-
Don calkins and a laborer
:ii, connected with the
reelamatlo c, were drowned al
lone, Wyo. last night as the re
sult of a pleasure boat capsizing.
Ton can buy It, perhaps at many places, but
there's urn BEST iilac* to buy It—ana that
Elite advertise!.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATI R V MORNING, JUNE 18, 1910.
HOUSE IS STRONG
FOR REFORM RULE
Passes Provision Designed to End
Smothering of Bills in
Committees
RUCKER IS ONLY OPPONENT
Champ Clark Says Business Has
Been Going Smoothly
Since March 5
[Associated Fresa]
"WASHINGTON. June 17.—The house
| today furnished the remarkable spec-
■ tacle of passing, with only one mem
ber voting In opposition, a strongly
worded "reform" rule designed to cor
rect an acknowledged legislative abuse
—the smothering of legislation in com
mitt-
Democrats, Republicans and insurg
ents joined hands in adopting the rule.
Representative Ruckor, Democrat, of
Missouri was the member who stood
out against* it. Ho assailed the new
rule In vigorous language, and was
'inined in Ilia" denunciation by Repre
sentative Sims, Democrat, of Tennes
see. The latter, however, did not vote
against the rule..
Representative Champ Clnrk. the ml.
nority leader, supported the rule "as a
forward stt-R in reforming tho rules of
the house," and asserted he himself
was tho author.
Representative Dalzell, chairman of
the inks committee, laid the^rule be
rhe house. The. measure provided
for the discharge of committees from
the consideration of any bill, and the
placing of the bill upon the calendar
t upon ft majority vuse of the. house.
I Denouncing the rule, Mr. Sims of
Tennessee shouted to the Insurgents:
• Where sire the fruits of your vic
tory? Indians, show me your scalps.
1 want to see what you get. Noth
ing! "
The rule, he declared, was defective
in that it permitted the recall of a
bill from a committee almost imme
diately after it -was referred, without
giving time for its consideration.
Minority Leader Clark challenged the
statement that the Democrats were
, following the Republicans—regulars or
insurgents.
AYith the adoption of the rule, he
said, there would l>e little need to in
voke it, because its, moral Influence
over the committees would'prevent the
pigeonholing of bills.
"The business of the hduse." he con
tinued, "has been more orderly since
March E when the speaker was re
moved from the committee on rules.
If this rule does not work well, we
will challenge it."
Representative Hayes of California
spoke in favor of the rule.
Mr. Murdock of Kansas uncompro
mising, scarcely looked at the' speaker
as he took his place in front of the
members with his back to the speaker
and advocated thetnew ru|e.
HAMILTON WILL ATTEMPT
LONDON-EDINBURGH FLIGHT
Successful Aviator Plans Trip
After European Prizes
NEW YORK, June 17.—Charlea K.
Hamilton, the aviator, has announced
to a friend here his Intention of going
abroad before the end of the summer
for the purpose of attempting a flight
from London to Edinburgh. A prize
of $,"0,(J00 will go to the first aviator
accomplishing this feat. The distance
is 400 miles, and according to the terms
of the offer the aviator may make two
landings between the cities.
If Paulhan or some other dangerous
rival should show any intention of
making the attempt, Jlamllton said he
would change his pWs to enable him
to be ready to start on the race as soon
as any other aviator.
According to figures compiled by
Hamilton, more than 1800,000 in prize
money for various' nights has been re
cently offered in Europe. He hopes to
follow up a trip from London to Edin
burgh with tries at some of the other
largo cities. _^ : *■ -**t'
PRACTICE FLIGHT FATAL
TO YOUTHFUL AVIATOR
SA& FRANCISCO, June 17.—While
irtaking a practice flight in an aero
plane glider today, Eugene Speyer, a
17-yi ir-old boy of this city, fell to the
ground from a height of liity feet,
sustaining injuries resulting in his
death a short time later. With another
boy, Speyer went to the beach early
today to practice with tho glider which
was made from his own plana.
The glider was attached to an auto
mobile which was driven by George
Gray, Speyei^s partner, and when it
reached a height of fifty feet Speyer
fell from his beat to the canyaa of tho
lower plane, and the machine was pre
cipitated to the ground. Speyer waa
the son of a wealthy widow of this city.
WRIGHTS TO RECEIVE $5000
FOR EACH AURORA FLIGHT
AURORA, 111., Juno 17."—The Wright
brothers, aviators, are to make their
first aeroplane flights in Illinois as the
main feature of a big homecoming cel
ebration in Aurora, on June 2, 3 and 4.
It will be the iirst time a Wright ma
chine has been brought into the statn
for flying. ,_.,.*
According to a contract the Wright!
have entered into with the Aurora mer
chants, they are to give one flight each
day and are to receive $6000. The
Wrights are to be aaked to attempt a
flight from Aurora to Dayton, Ohio, or
to some other distant point.
FLIGHT NEW FOR NEW HAVEN
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Juno 17.—
When Charles K. H&milton, who in to
L-uext of honor at a "home day"
celebration in New Brit.an, .July 2, ap
pear! over New Haven on his proposed
aeroplane trip from his birthplace to
this city it will bo the flr»t time lhat
the residents ban tunra lean the avi
ator In flight in an aeroplane.
AMUSEMENTS .
ASON OPERA HOUSE™ t«,.e "md" Aan.^
MASON OPERA HOUSE I**.ee .Dd Man.,.,'
William Collier A Lucky Star
PRICES—IO* to $2.00. SEAT SALE NOW ON.
WEEK JUNE 27—.Mils. lUU In "Becky Sharp" and "rlUari of Society."
PELASCO THEATER ',
LAST FOUR TnnCS of ROBERT BDESON'S successful play of the Hudson bay country,
"THE CALL OF THK NOKTP "
' ' . ■'■'. I X
■: THE BIG COMEDY HIT STARTS MONDAY
I,KWIS S. STONE and the Bolasco theater company presents for the first time by a
stock company anywhere Paul Armstrong and Rex Beach's comedy success.
Going Some
f - . ■
You can see this rollicking play of western life next week at the Belasco' thea
ter at the regular Bolasoo scale of prices, or you can wait until the traveling
contpany comes to another local playhouse and you can see the same comedy at
double the Belasco prices and bear In mind that you're pretty certain to see a
„ vastly better performance at the Belasoo.
IN PREPARATION—Euirene Walter's fine play of the northwest, "THR WOLF." THIS
•WILL. BE THE FIRST PRODUCTION OF THIS ORBAT PI.AY BY ANY STOCK COM-
I'A.NV. SEATS FOR "THK WOI^F" CO ON BALE MONDAY.
GRAND OPFRA HOUSE MATUTEKS Tomorrow. Tuesday, Saturday.
K""u \JtrsUKt\ nuuan Phones—Main 1(107! Home A 1067.
COMMENCING TOMORROW AFTERNOON
The Olrton slock company will present a mammoth scenic production of the sensational
melodramatlo success, -
A RAGGED HERO
POPULAR PRICES—IOc. 25c. Joe. 60c. SEATS NOW ON SALE.
ffOS ANGELES THEATRE
toMimmimSanar VA UDE VILLE
„,.,,, , „, ■>);■< is I SEVEN I 8 Shows Tonight and To-
FOruiAH 1 Ml' ' I 810 i-kaTtTRR morrow Nl«ht, Starting at
10c. tOti and 30c. | ACTS. I • 6:SO.
T"%E CHAUVENET CONSERVATORY
Commencement
Saturday, June 25, 3P. M. 845 Figueroa Street
PUBLIC INVITED
De Chauvenet's "Pecadora" Will Be Played
BUNGLE WIRTH HANGING;
SYSTEM IS CONDEMNED
Warden Hoyle Declares He Will
Seek to End Capital Pun
ishment in State
• [Associated Press]
SAN QUENTIN, June 17.—"1 hope
that will end capital punishment in
California," declared Warden William
Hoyle, after he had hanged for the fc«o
ond time Krnest Wirth for the murder
of his wife in Los Angeles. Further
the warden stated that at the next ses
sion of the legislature he would use
all his influence to have a law enacted
to prohibit hanging in this state.
Wirth was convicted and sentenced
from Los Angeles county and had
iiuulo three attempts to hang himself.
When the murderer ascended the scaf
fold his only words were:
"Pray for me. Pray for me.'
Father Philllpi visited the condemned
man in his cell before the march to
the gallows. Early this morning James
Wirth, a brother, and his brother-in
law, both of Los Angeles, visited Wirth.
Dr. J. S. Cuser, Dr. Jones and Dr.
Wade Stone, the prison physician, wit
nessed the execution.
Wirth went calmly to the scaffold
and made no statement regarding his
irimt? before the trap wag sprung. His
neck was not broken by the first fall
and it was necessary to lift him to the
scaffold and drop him again.
Wirth stamped out his wife's brains
in a losing- house at 539 East Fifth
street, April 22 last. The couple had
been separated and he went to the
house with the Intention of trying to
induce his wife to withdraw her suit
for divorce. When she refused ho
knocked her down and tramped on her
head with his heavy shoes.
Wirth was arrested and pleaded
guilty, asking that he be sentenced
to die just as soon as possible.
LABOR FEDERATIONS WILL
OPPOSE MINES BUREAU BILL
DENVER, June 17.—According to
Charles H. Moyer, president of the
Western Federation of Miners, who
with Thomas C. Lewis, president of the
United Mine Workers of America,
leaves for Washington tomorrow at
the head of a joint committee from the
two organizations to present petitions
for affiliation with the Federation of
Labor, an effort will be made to induce
the Federation to undertake active op
position to the bill recently paused by
the house creating a bureau of mines.
EAST INDIAN PRINCE
AND RETAINERS ARRIVE
SAN FRANCISCO, June 17.—Notable
passengers today on the steamer
Siberia, arriving from the Orient, were
the gaekwar of Baroda, India, his wife,
Chimuahai, the maharaini, and the
Princess Indaraja, with a retinue of
attaches. After a short stay in this
city the gaekwar will leave for the
east and Europe, going by way of
Seattle and through Canada. The party
boarded the Siberia at Yokohama, after
a trip from Borada, about 400 miles
north of Bombay.
RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS
ORDER REDUCTION IN FARE
BAKERSFIELD, June 17.—The board
of trade was today notified by the rail
mad commißßlon that fares to oil fields
points have been ordered reduced as
follows:
From Bakersfleld to McKittrick, $1.95
instead of $2.40, and to Moron, J1.90 In
stead of $2.35. The Marieopa fare is
reduced correspondingly. Freight rates
have not yet been reduced as asked for.
FURRIER KILLED IN SUBWAY
NEW YORK, Juno 17.—Richard
\u000aeh, a wealthy Now York fur
rler wai Instantly killed and almost
decanltated shortly before midnight by
a subway train. Whether he fell from
the station platform or deliberately
i i,, death Is uncertain.
SATURDAY and A
SUNDAY'S GREAT w
FEATURES INCLUDE
(OF COURSE) >-
A TRIP UP MT. LOWE
BY TROLLEY £ t e e $2.00
A journey full of inspiration and joy. Spend your vacation at Alpine tavern.
At the Beaches
There will be all sorts of inducements.
LONG BEACH
leads all in the variety of its attractions. Band concerts, dancing, the famous PIKE with
hundreds of amusements, plunge and surf bathing, the mammoth pleasure pier and Audi
torium. LITTLE HIP, the baby elephant, will jump the breakers for the amusement of all.
It's well worth the trip to see him.
BALBOA NEWPORT, HUNTINGTON BEACH, NAPLES, BAY CITY, SUNSET
BEACH and ALAMITOS BAY are all now in full swing. You can't miss having an en
joyable time and the marvelous ride skirting the very surf line for miles is most beautiful.
POINT FIRMIN
One of the popular objective points for trolley travelers now. You won't be disappointed
if you take the trip. It's different.
Other Points of Interest •
CAWSTON OSTRICH FARM, SAN GABRIEL MISSION, RUBIO CANYON and
CASA VERDUGO. Make your selection. Travel by trolley.
All trains from Sixth and Main streets.
Pacific Electric Railway
Superb Beach Attractions | |S|
Jl —. ' Wl Vlly Jsf
T V T"^ T\T T T"^ Great Sceaic Railway
\ / rH |\| I I ViK.r"' Dancing, Boating, Plunge and Surf Bathing.
V I J 111 V.*/ I J Chiaffarelli's Concert Band.
McFadden's Famous Special 50c Fish Dinner at Venice Auditorium.
Ocean Park— Plunge and Surf Bathing. Santa Monica
VJCCKII ITO.UV Dancing. Gregory's Concert Band. **
; .:;. :.■: > ■
Redondo Beach
delightful Ten-Mile Ride Along the Ocean. Band Concerts. Bathing.
Play a del Rey
Zionists' Grand Annual Picnic Sunday, June 19, Dancing, Boating-,
Bathing, Sports of All Kinds
' __ A , _ *„•.: - . --• a. •_- Through Hollywood, Laurel Can-
TO Beautiful LOOkOUt MOUntain yon> Bungalow Land, affording one
of the most picturesque sights on the Pacific coast. Thirty-minute auto service from Laurel can
yon, commencing 10:30 a. m. Round trip, from Los Angelea, 75c. \
Los Angeles Pacific Railway
Balloon Route Excursion Station, Hill Street, Between Fourth and Fifth.
; - AMUSEMENTS _ ..^^J^^J*-'
MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER "near™™.*
BEATS NOW ON SALE FOB THIRD WEEK OF
PAID IN FULL ,
i iIPALL) IIM r UL/Lt •
BEOINNINO MATINEE TOMORROW. Prlc«a 250. 500, 75a Matln«e« Baturdajr »nd
Sunday, 10c, Ssc, 60c.
HAMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER TTEAB A«rNT TH.
MATINKIO TODAY AND TONIGHT—I.AST TIMES OF >fONSli;il{ 88.40-
CAIKK" and "THK BISHOP'S CANI>I.ESTIOKS."
BEGINNING TOMORROW NIGHT. »^
JAMES K. HACKETT
IN HIS ORIGINAL CREATION— GREATEST SUCCESS,
THE PRISONER OF ZENDA r>W:fi
PRICES 25c. 50c. 760. »1. MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. Ssc. 600. 7to.
1 Vaudeville ispga
Frank Fogarty Helen Grantley & Co.
"Tho PuMln M1W.1." I 1 ~\ "The Agitator."
T. J. Ryan-Richfield Co. __ James Harngan
"M«B Haggerty. Reception." MatIQCC Tramp Juggler.
s™£* CoSl?' brfl Today S£'I HSS
Morrisey Sisters & Bros. —— Olhvottt Troubadours
Singing and Dancing. Violin and Guitar.
ORPHEUM MOTION PICTURES.
EVERY NIGHT lOC. 25a. 50C 75c. MATINEE DAILY—IOc. 25«. 800.
L_,,,,,_ -, pt , PUAMTAXIT THIRD AND MAIN 9TS.
EVY S CAFE CHANTANT ' f. . 8. «Iso and ioiso daily.
THE KRI3TOFFY TRIO. Grand Opera Vocall.ts. In new "'t'<; n"i._^ D RAY
MOND and VERA HALL, Novelty Dancing Team: THE STROLLERS QUAR
TETTE Voi»lnrti and Initr.iTUntallit.; MAY RERDRM.F. Dainty and Dajhlng In
•I:.'':.'.-.:' Ta!!:alos"s; MTUS. BEATRICE-TOE CANCER Paris Com! s ue, and KAM
MBRMEYKR'B ORCHEBTRA.
OT vmtiTP TUTTATTTI? AT.rillN AND FARGO offer "THE SKY PILOT,"
LYMPIC THLALbK rn|urn nt JUIjB ; S MENDEL. blossom SHEI.EY.
WALTER BPE^CER, DAVE MORRIS with MONTE CARTER. AL FRANKS.
MABEL BUNYBA and LEONARD BRISBANE—IO Big alnglng and dancing
novelties. PRICES—IOc. 20c and 260. _______»_____—
Ct TTMP"<I GRAND AYE. THEATER Walker Building, between
LUNE S "*"*"" Seventh and Eighth street*.
Commencing Saturday Matinee. June 18, Advanced Moving Picture, and Song».
Matinee* Dally. 2to 5. Evenlngi. 7:IB to 10i3O. AdmUnlon 10c. 180 and 20c.
BASEBALL— Coast League
POHTI VS VKKNON, AT CHUTE* PARK, SiSO—Wednesday. Jnne IS;
Thursday. June 10; Saturday, June 18; Sunday. June 19; Monday, June 20. •
AT VERMIN P\RK—Friday, Juno 17 (4:80 p. m.) and Sunday. June 18 (10:80 a. m.)
LADIES FREH EVERY PAY EXCEPT SATURDAYS. SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS.

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