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ADAMSON ATTACKS RAILROAD BILL ■■nf Georgia Congressman Leads At tack of Democrats on the Majority's Measure LAW TRAMPLES STATE RIGHTS • Says It Is Cherished Ambition of Administration to Broaden Central Power (Continued from Vatte cine* good and not intended by the authors of the measure. . For these reasons he felt that five months of labor had been of no value to the country. "Let us hope," he exclaimed, "that no similar effort at legislation with like purposes will ever be made in this country again." ■ ■'■ ■■ States' rights he contended for, de claring that without the right of states to regulate corporate affairs and phys ical operations within their borders, there would ha no effective legislation. BROADER POWERS "The cherished ambition of the ad ministration to broaden the govern ment's powers is a continuing menace which all patriots should dread, resist and rebuke," he said. Referring to the recent increase in railroad rates and the subsequent with drawal of the advances after confer ences between the railroad presidents and President Taft, Mr. Adamson grew stir c £131 ic. "It was ugly In the corporation mag nates to upbraid the administration for an alleged violation of a promise to legalize traffic agreements," he said. "It was unkind to embarrass the ad ministration at a crucial point by try ing to advance rates by unlawful agreements on the ground that the ad ministration was about to permit legis lation which would not live up to that promise. It was gracious, then, for the magnates to withdraw their increase until legislation could be completed in consideration of a 'square deal.' " DOUGLAS SENDS PEN TO TAFT TO SIGN THE BILL Chamber of Mines Forwards Gift to Washington DOUGLAS, Ariz., June IS.—The Douglas chamber of mines has sent to President Taft a pen, with which he is requested to sign the statehood bill. The shaft Is of copper, there is a band of silver and the point is gold, symbolic of the mineral resources of Arizona. Douglas today learned that there is an excellent opportunity to bring the mining convention to Arizona in 1911 and the chamber of commerce decided to start a campaign to send to the 1910 convention In Los Angeles to bring the mining convention to Douglas for the next season. The con vention was practically offered to Douglas in 1909, but there was not suf ficient time to prepare. PHOENIX GOES WILD WITH DELIGHT OVER STATEHOOD PHOENIX, Ariz., June 18.— com ing of statehood has set this city ablaze with fireworks, red light and en thusiasm. At Bp. m. the whistles blew, bells rang and four Immense parades started from the four points of the compass, headed by bands and followed by autos, lighted and decorated. People fell In line behind, and all the marchers converged at the city hall plaza, where the succeeding hours were spent in oratory and Jollification. Though the notice was short the assemblage was an enormous one. NEW MEXICO PLANS BIG STATEHOOD CELEBRATION ALBUQUERQUE, June IS.—News of the passage of the statehood bill was received hero with wild rejoicing. A big celebration lias been planned for Monday night when speeches will be made around a bonfire by Republican and Democratic leaders. This will be the first step toward a non-partisan constitutional convention. Mayor Les ter has quested all merchants to close and display flags on" lion,lay when President Taft signs the statehood bill. SANTA FE IN FESTIVAL ARRAY SANTA PE, N. M., June IS.—Flags are flying, the national guard band is playing almost continuously and the people are moving about the streets tonight congratulating each other and discussing the future of New Mexico. All this spontaneous joy is due to the news that the statehood bill bad passed congress today and now only requires the signature of President Taft to make it complete. A mass meeting was held on the plaza. SEVENTY-TWO KILLED IN REBELLION IN YUCATAN ■MEXICO CITY, June IS.—Specials re ceived today from Valladolid, Yucatan, containing the latest details of the re cent Indian uprising on the peninsula, estimate the total number of dead at seventy-two, of which twelve were fed eral soldiers. Sixty soldiers and more than 150 Indians were wounded before the troops took the positions |in the town. The losses to merchants whose places were sacked are estimated at from $60,000 to $100,000. FIRST WOMAN OPERATOR DIES ROCK ISLAND, 111., .Time IS.—Mrs. Helen M. Mills, said to have been the lirst woman to be regularly engaged as ii telegraph operator, Is dead here, aged 78 years. AMUSEMENTS Commencing Saturday Matinee, June 18, Advanced Moving Picturesi and Songs. Matinees Daily, 2 to 5. Evenings, 7:15 to 10:30. Admission 10c, 15c and 20c. Pt> t x i /-» i?o c TT4TT ATIT O First St., near Spring. Hidli phones, KiW^E-dS - incrtlCK "Mm Home „ (lean Musical Comedy," PRINCESS KAVORI STOCK COMPANY offers "THE (SHOPLIFTERS," with Arbuckle and Ardat* "The Comedy Cutupa," who urn fanny without being pro fane or vulgar. A chorus of mining beauties TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY. Matinee every day except Wednesday. Amateurs .Friday night. Prioei luc, 20c, _:_ic. NOTED SINGER WHO WEDS MILLIONAIRE mmm\ BK9 fl mmmW Wmj I Y_i« mm A. .mm .... " '' V Jr.• y\ Jr.< \ m y\ Msm ■■*■*■■■■< V :■ I:.;:, i'i-i t«W:.;;:.-v.' >' ■<*•! y~-\ ? '■>' '■ "' ' .1 J*s - " .'"••*•■ ] UNA CAVAUERI-CHANIJEB GHANLER MARRIED TO FAIR CAVALIER! (Continued from Pace One) American, but liked him better than other men, he laughed and redoubled his attentions. / And finally a few days ago the CO quetlsh diva made an "unconditional surrender." "I will marry you when ever you snap your linger," said she. i'hauler lost no time in "snapping." Today after the ceremony the beau tiful bride explained that she had in tended "one of those American June weddings all along. Her husband smiled-when she said so. Chanler is a former Sheriff of Dutch ess county, New York, a millionaire in his own right, and for the last two years has been engaged In art work In New York city. He fell In love with Cavalieri while painting her pic ture. 500 CLUB MEN AND WIVES AT SAN DIEGO CLAM BAKE Los Angeles Party Will Be Guests of Southern University Graduates Today (Special to Thß Hamld) SAN DIEGO, June 18.—The annual High Jinks of the Los Angeles Univer sity club started at tent city tonight with a monster clam bake, served on | the beach and enjoyed by fully 500 members, their families and friends. The members of the San Diego Uni versity club were the local guests Of the evening and were royally enter tained. After the clam bake a big bon fire formed the center of attraction for a time. While college and other songs were sung, a game of water football was played at the water theater, and at 0:30 o'clock the annual High Jinks ball began, continuing until an early hour. j On the train down from Los Angeles tliis afternoon a game of five hundred j was played by the women of the High Jinks excursion, and the train stopped at San Juan Caplstrano for a half hour | that the excursionists might visit the historical and partly ruined mission there. No particular program has been ar ranged for Sunday, only it Is tinder stood that the High Jinks party is to be entertained every moment of the time On Monday morning the visitors here will be the guests of the San Diego University club and a trip will be made to Fort Bosecrans. NATIVE DAUGHTERS CLOSE GRAND PARLOR SESSION Officers Installed at Night Ses sion—Delegates Leave SANTA BARBARA. June With a night session for the Installation of the grand officers, the grand parlor of Native Doughters of the Golden West closed its twenty-fourth annual meet ing today. Today's business was most by routine, and delegates began leaving for their homes. .Many will leave to morrow. The convention was notable for the volume and importance of the work and In several instances enter tainment features wire sacrificed to business. CHARGE BROWN WITH LOOTING APARTMENTS The theory of Paul Flammer, captain of detectives, that Hoyt Brown, who | was caught Thursday night after an attempt to burglarize a room in the Stratford apartments, Burlington and 1 Sixth streets, is the man who has been looting apartment houses and hotels in Los Angeles for several months, was substantiated yesterday by a confes sion Which Detective llawley says Brown made to him. Brown is said to have admitted steal ing a valuable ring from the home of Miss Maud Brotherton, 145 South Beau dry street, and taking jewelry from the apartments of Miss V. ltohr, 419 South Grand avenue. TORPEDO BOAT LAUNCHED PHILADELPHIA, June 18.—Tin tor pedo boat destroyer Warrlnger, built for the government by the Cramps, wag launched today. The contract calls for a speed of thirty knots an hour. LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, .TUNE 10. 1910. TRYING TO GET SHIPPERS TO APPROVE HIGH RATES J. P. Morgan's Man Attempts to Persuade the Packers to Agree to Increases CHICAGO, June 18.—The financial Interests in the east have taken an active hand in the attempt being made to solve the problem of freight rates and railroad revenues. Thus far the financiers have been directing their attention to trying to induce representatives of large manu facturing interests to accept increases in freight rates. Yesterday George W. Perkins of J. P. Morgan & Co. concluded a three days conference between railroad men and officials of the packing house com panies, during which he tried to act as mediator, 1 Failing to get the packing interests to agree to Increases of almost- 25 per cent in rates from Chicago to the sea board, Perkins has returned to New York to try to get the railroad presi dents to agree to impose an increase of only 5 per cent per 100 pounds. According to the representatives of various packing firms, the proposition put to them by the railroad men com prehended the' transfer of $3,700,000 from the net profit side of the com bined packing house ledger to the net revenue side of the combined eastern railroad ledger. As a matter of compromise, the pack ing house interests offered to consent to an Increase which would cost them move than $1,000,000 annually, but this the railroads would not agree to. Now Perkins hopes to get the rail roads to listen to a compromise meas ure and then to get the packing house Interests to agree to a little larger con cession than was contemplated in their Chicago offer. The proceeding is unique In railroad history and is causing amazement among the ranks of the shippers. SATURDAY and m SUNDAY'S GREAT w FEATURES INCLUDE (OF COURSE) A TRIP UP MT. LOWE BY TROLLEY 111 $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 ot 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 ■. .- t ' 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 1 |S| -«- TT^T^TT/^T^ Great Sceaic Railway \ / l-H I\j I I ["H Dancing, Boating, Plunge and Surf Bathing. V * JJL A V**/ JL— Chiaffarelli's Concert Band. McFadden's Famous Special 50c Fish Dinner at Venice Auditorium. Ocean Park— v^'o^X^n*. -Santa Monica Redondo Beach Delightful Ten-Mile Ride Along the Ocean. Band Concerts. Bathing. I Play a del Rey Zionists' Grand Annual Picnic Sunday, June 19, Dancing, Boating:, Bathing, Sports of All Kinds To Beautiful Lookout Mountain y 0 hn,°Bungaiow yLand; 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 Angeles, 75c. Los Angeles Pacific Railway Balloon Route Excursion Station, Hill Street, Between Fourth and Fifth. AMUSEM ENTS_ MASON OPERA HOUSE Lessee "and' *m«p£ Week Beginning Monday, June 20 Matinee Saturday Only Charles Frohman Presents AMERICA'S PRE-EMINENT FARCEUR, William Collier IN HIS NEW YORK HUDSON THEATER SUCCESS, "A LUCKY STAR" By Anne Crawford Flcxner. from C. N. and A. M. Williamson's novel, "The BotM Chaperon." Three wise men once followed a star— wise men will follow a . cA LUCKY STARo PRICES 50c to |2. BEATS NOW ON SALE. 4 j V 'I i _ ______ HARRISON GREY FISKE presents PRICES 5 COMING cTWRS. to $2.00 1 Week of pTO X T^ SEAT SALE TT T TVT "^ Thurs -' June 23 jUIN Cj AND THE MANHATTAN CO. IN "BECKY SHARP" - Mail Orders II And "Pillars of Society" Now J A MUSEM ENTS „.^, . .s-b^si Vaudeville l vre»entlng Always Faying Particular At- % I on_TlP^^l I I ___£* Hest European and '^K.'i.ny.r^H V auacvnic I *.^He. r n,rx,rae„ nn ..i Frank Fogarty Helen Grantley & Co. ••The Dublin Minstrel | 1 , "The Agitator.' T. J. Ryan-Richfield Co. m t .^A.^ m JJa mes Hi-rrigan "Mag llaggerty'. Reception." Matinee Tramp Juggler. 85^4 Cpbdl Today Si, Morrisey Sisters & Bros. L Ollivotti Troubadours Singing and Dancing. Violin and Guitar. ORriIKUM MOTION PICTURES. EVERT NIGHT—IOc. 25c. 60c. 75c. MATINEE DAILY—IOc. Ho, SOo. HAMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER mah "uimL ~> : ' BEQINNINO TONIGHT i In His Original Creation, Tames K. the prisoner . OF ZENDA ' H B .___-___. 1 11 this IS THE* ROLE IN WHICH MR I I Or*I7PTT HACKBTT REACHED THE ZENITH | Ift I |V lJ I OK HIS FAME. IT IS POSITIVELY JL. _JLiVA»\-/JL3fc» V-^ VV. Hla MOST TRIUMPHANT POR TRAYAL. PRICES =sc. 50. 75 c. .1. -S»» d SATURDAY. "C- 60c. 76c NEXT WEEK "SAMSON." MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER Mnear ST BEGINNING MATINEE TODAY, THIRD WEEK OP THE GREATEST STOCK PERFORMANCE IN THE WORLD, PAID IN FULL G n « _«■__-,i-.-_r. a Tj/iiTCt? M4TINEE.S TODAY, Tuesday, Saturday. RAND OPERA HOUSE 1 ., 1 „ 1 , 5--Main i9tm nome aio«l " COMMENCING MATINEE TODAY RETURN OF THE MELODRAMA The Olrton stock company will present a great scenic production of Maurice J. Field ing's sensational melodrama success, A Ragged Hero a_^Tß« „,„, „ „,„,,..._. niß spectacular scenic effects. Thrilling An exoellen oompany of eig. .... i>i. .„,, c ,, y . Positively the biggest melo cllmages, An abundance of bright *noieeome stage, dramatic production that has ever been seen on the i.iand stags. Kvrry „I K l_,l_lo<'. IS.', Mc and 50c. POPULAX l(( .„, ar n.a.mees Saturday and Sunday, 10c, 15c «nd 50c. "D'DTf^'p'Q Bargain matinee on Tuesdny, 100 and 8»c. NEXT WEEK The famous ipeotacular melodrama, "LOST RIVER." Seat., on sale to morrow morning. _ #705 ANGELES THEATRE S^Z7.I:2°.~Mm^VAU DE VILLE ...... .., „ uni ■ntATitna i » SHOWS TOBIOHT, *MYM ™ I HEVJBN mo .UTS ,KAIIKK | 2tmSw6"!: POPfLAR PRICES — SOc and SOc. . Btt>t AC_n/-» TUUiTPP Belaseo-ninckn-nnd Co., Prnprs. and Mgra hLAoLU I ttll,rt 1 r.K MATINEES TODAY, Tlmrstlny, Saturday, LAST TWO TIMES TODAY OF ROBERT EDESO.VS BIG SUCCESS, "THE CAH OF THE NORTH." | THE GREAT COMEDY STARTS TOMORROW NIGHT j LEWIS S. STONE and the Helaseo theater company will offer for the first time by a stock company anywhere In the world Paul Armstrong and Rex Beach's rollicking comedy of western ranch life, 1 Going Some This Is the first time this great laughing success ever has heen played at the Belasco scale of prices the Belasco company's production is made by special ar rangement with the Messrs SJtubert. This fine comedy will be given by a travel ing company in the fall at double the Belasco scale of prices, too—the gnawer is BE SURE AND SEE THE BELASCO COMPANY IN "GOING SOME" THIS WEEK It'll be your only chance to bee this greatest of all great laughing hits at the Belasco prices. NEXT WEEK— Eugene Walter's Immense]? successful play of the northwest, "THE WOLF." First time by a stock company. Seats on sals tomorrow, rp H E AUDITORIUM- beauti?^ uE " "^l^ A Tuesday Evening, June 21, at 8:15 The Boosters' Night—Help Boost—YOU! MONSTER VAUDEVILLE TESTIMONIAL BENEFIT. WHITE SQUADRON DRILL 6 CORPS—B. P. O. ELKS NO. 99 21—Star Acts—2l 86—People— 86 i.-vkpv DOLLAR GOES TO THE KIND TO BOOST SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AT E\ERI WUJUi "« DETROIT ELKS'. ANNUAL REUNION. Admission with Reserved Seat $1.00 SEAT SALE NOW ON AT BOX OFFICE. TtJTT" ATTrkTT_r»T?TTTM "THEATER L. E. BBHTMSB, HE AUDIIUKIUM BEAUTIFUL." .Manager. —- Max R. wTlnen Presents tire Celebrated Yiddish Star, MR. DAVID KESSLER supported by his own Thalia theater company of .New York city, with, MISS ROSA KAMP and MMB. CLARA TOUNO In their greatest successes, "THE JEWISH HEART, os-.'i 'i 'finer and "YANKEL DER SCHMID." by David Plnskjl. Under the personal S?rectlon Edward A. Relkin. Tickets on .sale at % Auditor! 101 office and H. Ka.ninsKy cigar store. 383H-831 E First at. l'n.'cs 35c, SOo. Jso, SI, »1.80. tieata not* J '"EVY'S CAFE CHANTANT .TTSS'^oJS??^ It Is Here You Forget Your Troubles The KRISTOFFY TRIO, grand opera vocalists, In gland opera; ED RAYMOND and VERA HALL, clog and eccentric dancers; the STROLLERS' QUARTET, vocalists- and instrumentalists; MAY RERDELLE, comedienne, in musical talkalogues; MLLE. BEA TRICE, toe dancer, Paris Comlnue: and AM.M EILME ORCHESTRA. -p^E CHAUVENET CONSERVATORY Commencement Saturday, June 25, 3P. M. 845 Figuaroa Street I PUBLIC INVITED ; De Chauvenet' s "Pecadora" Will Be Played OT u«_tt)lP -rupATUB Al.l'lilN AND FARGO offer "TUB SKY PILOT/ LYMPIC IrlßtAlEtK return of jules mendel. BLOSSOM seelby, WALTER-:^^CErTdAVE MORRIS with MONTR CARTER. AL FRANKS. MABEL rniNYEA^and LEONARD BKISBANE-10 Big singing and dancing novelties. TRICES— inc. 2»c and _-'sc. | ; ________ .iiiiiTiMt THEATER. S3B So. Spring St. Win. 0. Itolfes, Lessee and Manager. C-iVe at"? BlliißAl'll. SKLIO and iSSr J IltS'l RUN I'M Ii;KKS-.-,c ADMISSION.' Sew pictures Monday, Thursday. Saturday. < LEAN— BASEBALL Pacific Coast League —PORTLAND Vk, VESOt'oS, AT (111 IKS PARK, 3:3o—Wednesday, June 15» Tliursday. Juno 16; Saturday, June 18; Sunday, June 111; Monday, June to. 1 AT VERNON PARK— Friday, June 17 (UN p. m.) «nd Sunday, June 19 (Wl**; m.) LADIES FREE EVERY DAY EXCEPT SATURDAYS. SUMBaVs AND HOLIDAYS.