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Butterlck Patterns and publications for August are
ready. Inquire at Pattern Department for The
Delineator's latest subscription offer
Bathing Suits
For All Humanity
Even if you are not making an extended stay
at the beach you should get bathing suits of
your own—too much danger of contracting
loathsome skin diseases from the rented suits
which are worn by every Tom, Dick and
Harry. The cost need not be much—
Men's all-wool suits —some with short sleevess2.so, $3.00
and $3.50. (Right of Mnln Entrance)
Boys' all-wool Suits—22 to 34-inch sizes'—sl to $3.
Women's Bathing Suits, $3.50 to $20. (Main Floor, rear)
Women's Bathing Caps, 35c to $1.75.
, Women's Bathing Shoes, 35c, 50c, 75c. (2nd Floor, front)
'. Girls' Bathing Suits. $1 to $5.
j : Children's Rubber Caps, 25c to 50c. (Main Floor, rear)
We Close \^.Ti(\ I
Today at * 4*O\J \
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s^. n<)nn M/ low price; impossible with
NW^ ft lailU JtiW smaller dealers.
N^^ —you get the best medium-
grade piano obtainable.
—We have sold it for years— California is full
of them.
—all giving entire satisfaction.
—Best of all, we recommend them —look us up.
Easy Terms if Desdred. It Pays to Buy of a
Big Organization.
1 At £. TiQ (it orr anp MAIIi OTHER STORKS
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rieaws mall me catalogue. San mrgo San ,To»e, Sa<-
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DlUdUWdy AddreM , lluntlngton Heaoh.
TESTS TRAFFIC LAW AND
IS PROMPTLY ARRESTED
professor Ashford Makes Trial in
Behalf of Plttsburg
Team Owners
PITTSBURG, July 22.—Prof. Thomas
H. Aabford of Die Team Ow
elation of Plttsburg drove up Wood
street and down Smithfleld street yes
terday.
The traffic law requires that he
should drive down Wood and up Smith
fleld and lie knew it, but In behalf of
i, imaterß representing, as he says,
12,000,000 in horseflesh, he dccii
the law. He was promptly an •
and his case poos to cour.t
Incidentally it cornea from Mr. Ash
ford that the teamsters pay twli
threi times as much for a license to
drive the streets as does the Plttsburg
Street Railway company to run its
The flgui • 1898, he says,
are * J208.860, the larger sum
lit of the teamsters, \ vig
■ is to be male by the team
ters agains the high license and Uie
"oni way" traffic regulation on certain
Btrei ts.
MAN AND WOMAN SHOT BY
FEMALE RABBIT-HUNTER
SALINAS, Cal., July 22.—While hunt
ing with Mrs. Albert Nlckerson in
Btona canyon, lorth of this city, Sun
da', Albert Atkins of San Martin,
Santa Clara county, was shot through
tlif head by a bullet accidentally fired
from the woman's rifle, Tlio two wore
walking- sinV by side towai camp
after a rabbit hunt when the rifle was
discharged.
Thi Mrs. Nlck
erson's body and arm. cutting the flesh
kins' head.
The .
miles for
CAPTAIN MILES- INDIAN
FIGHTER. DIES IN FLORIDA
;'< IRT ■ ruly 22.—
Word wa
the death of i:
at St, Pi
falo hunti
Hi owi
Bill."
Captain MUi
tlon in 1876, wh
Horse In repul
dians upon a fri Igrhtln ■
way from the
SAN JOSE GIRL MISSING
SAN JOSE, July 22.— Mrs. M. M. T'el
issier, who resides Jit 37 South Sixth
street, thi3 city, Is prostrated over tha
disappearance of her usrhti p, Vi.torl
ane, 20 years old, who left her home
nine .lays aso, saying she was k<'lhk tv
sock employment. The polled are now
endeavoring to locale Uiu tuL
WAR DEPARTMENT OPENS
TWO COOKING SCHOOLS
Classes Will Be Established at
Presidio and Washing
ton Barracks
: WASHINGTON, July 22.—The aroma
of pato de beana and frappe ile corn
pone la carried In general order No.
; the war department. According
to the direction of the acting chief of
, staff, General Carter, two BChoola <'f
cooking and baking arc t.i be estab
l for the good of the cuisine of
the regular army.
The b hools —one al the Pri i Idio, San
Francisco, the other at Washington
barracks, District of Columbia— arc to
be condui ted «itli a Vii . to turning
out the best articles of cooking ability
1 to be found ■ In the world.
The terms extend over f"ur months,
allowing for ; lation In three
month.- o ispecially qualified.
Men who have failed I i come up to the
mark in the tour months, but who
have some promi i of better things, are
to be given one extra month of train
ing.
ordi >■ ■ tlpulates "that regimental
tnanders will taki i roper eti
have at least one gradui i avail
« itli ea h regln nt."
i m the i ompletion of a course re
quired, graduates will receive degrees
ranging from chief baker to mess Ber
geant Graduates of superior ability
will be chosen to direct the destinies
of the cooks who come In the cli
WOMEN DROWN ATTEMPTING
TO SAVE MOTHER AND CHILD
ST, PAUL, Minn. July 22.—An at
tempt mad '■ '■ moon by .Mrs.
,j,,hii croshy and daughter Pearl, VJ
years old, of Lindstrom, .Minn., to save
the lives of Mrs. Chris Missen and her
r .old i ' n of Si. iPa ul, re
-1 in both being drowned In the
O l North L c, a branch of
Lake Chicago.
N. Y. DEMOCRATS' FALL
CAMPAIGN IS OUTLINED
SARATOGA, N. V.. J
onditlons in New i'orh state were
heel out and the found itioi
Democratic party's fall cam
paign wa» outlined at a confi
tonight between Bl
\. lUs and the membi I of IllH
itive committee. Th< ■
„/ the reports were optli
ALLEGES EDITOR USED
BIG SCISSORS IN FIGHT
TUCSON, Ariz., J'lly 32. -Frank H.
Bllghton, editor and proprii tor of v
weekly newspaper here, «vaa placed un
der $1000 bonds charged with assault
with a deadly weapon on H H. Wyn
koup ol the Tucson Dally Citizen.
Bllghton is alleped to have assaulted
Wynkoop «ith elghteen-lnch editorial
iiiL-iiis. is'eitin.-r uru bciiously. huxt.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1010.
PULL AT LANYARD
CAUSES EXPLOSION
Army Ordinance Chief Shows
How Fort Monroe Accident
May Have Occurred
WILL CHANGE THE DEVICE
Coast Defense Gun Was Report
ed Safe Just Before Tar
get Practice Begun
j [A»orl.ite>l Prase]
WASHINGTON, July 22.—T0 the
I failure of .1 Mfet) mechanism to oper
ate when ,i sudden and powerful pull |
wa« given by an artilleryman In at
taching the lanyard Is now laid the
responsibility for the accident which
eosi the lives of eleven men at JTortress
Monroe, Va., in the battle practice
yesterday. Buch is the conclusion of
General Croiler, chief of ordnance, r.
s. A., who attended the practice and
who has been In touch with the in
quiry made by the investigating board.
Never before In the history ol the
army had the device failed to work.
The possibility ol Us occurrence was
demonstrated, however, by General
Crozier hlm« if shortly after the aocl
dent by att .^t ma I of all una whk h '
participated In the practice. On an
other gun In the ill-fated, De Russy
battery the device was found defective
when General Croiler applied unusual
force, such as was never deemed neces
sary in tests and examinations. Just
before the accident the gun was pro
i nounced by the officers In proper con
■ dition, and in. April a coast artillery
officer on Inspection duty reported that
I its premature explosion was beyond
I the range of possibility. Steps will be
taken at once to improve the device.
"Of course it Is entirely possible so
to change the mechanism as to prevent
another accident such as that of Thurs
'■. day," said General Crozlcr.
DEATH FAILS TO HALT
FIRING ON TARGET FLEET
Batteries at Fort Monroe Roar
Until 'Enemy' Is Sent
to Bottom
FORT MONROE, Va., July M.—Al
though death had silenced one gun,
and eleven men were killed or fatally
Injured by the terrible explosion In
the De Russy shore battery here y. s
terday during the target firing on the
imaginary hostile fleet, which was
passing up Hampton Uoads to nttack
Washington, the battle continued until
the enemy was sunk. The practice,
which was the most extensive ever at
tempted, was completed with flattering
success to the coast artillery corps.
Within three minutes after the first
sun had been fired the two cheese
cloth targets, thirty by sixty feet, rep
resenting- the vitals of the. battleship
and towed 6000 yards away, were a
sorry sight. One was not worth shoot-
Ing at, while the other was badly rid
dled. Firlnff was th-n at an end.
The fatal result of the first attempt
to discharge No. 1 pun of the De '■
ry i".' 12-inch guns was not. known
to tho other batteries, scattered for
nearly yi mile along the shore, until
after the conclusion of the firinK. The
men at the other two puns of the De
Russy battery did not know that an
accident occurred, but they kept on
firing at the Imaginary enemy tn the
channel three or four mile.s away just
ns if it were a hostile fleet
ins- to pass through to attack Wash
ington or Baltomore.
Officers who witnessed the tPst say
the practice demonstrated that d fleet
attempting to pa •-■ the fort i
have lived five minutes in such fire
as was poured into th" towed tai
VICTIMS BURIED WITH
MILITARY HONORS
Seven Privates Buried at Fort
ress Monroe
NEWPORT NEWS, Va., July 22.—
Impressive military services wen- con
ducted this evening over the bodies of
seven of I :!mH "f yester
day'a accident at Portress Monroe by
i ■ it. J. K. H. Scott, post chaplain.
Col. Clarence P. Townsley, com
mandant of the fort, rude at the head
„f h) mA, directly behind the
, [ i rses in the funeral
procession. B Arthur Murray,
chief of artillery, and .Mrs. Murray
present. The seven for
services were held were Privates Cllve
W. Jung, John W, Chadwick, .J. P.
Turner, Roy Duffy, Andy J. Sullivan,
1 N Aedy and Judson Hogan.
The post band neral pro
cesslon and a choir of fifty voices gang
selections. Th< bodies n tei
ivised altar <■.'% ered with Al
can flag ; and lurrounde ! by floy
The bo lies of Sergeant Harry Q. Hea
and Corporal Charles C Atkins were
removed from the fort to their homes
In pjjoebus, Va., lesi than a mile from
the tort, today, and will I to
morrow.
Services will b nducten i I the fort
tomorrow over thi P"ral
\lhcrt Bradford and Private Ufred \V.
smith, and they will be buried In the
national cemeterj near th< tort.
The post Ii awaiting « I c in
the nport of llie board of In
ation.
DEEDS OF VALOR FOLLOW
EXPLOSION OF BIG GUN
Witnesses of Disaster Tell Gen
eral Wood of Heroes
WABHINQTOKi July 22.—Stories of
valor and sacrifice in tima of Buffering
and confusion wero detailed to General
Wood, chief of staff of the army, and
othor officials of the war depai tmi nl
today on the return to Washington of
officers who yesterday witnessed tho
exploi lon of a big gun in the first
minute of battle practice at Fortress
Monroe which resulted in eleven
deaths.
Those xrsonal reports >vere aug-
TAKE DEPOSITIONS TO BE
USED AGAINST GOVERNOR
ST. LOUTS, July 22.—Tho faking of
depositions to be used against Gov
ernor Haskoll c"f Oklahoma and others
associated in business with Governor
Haskell, the lndianola Contracting
company or Muskogeo and other do*
fendanta to the government's suit, was
resumed here today. Governor Haa
keli and othi rs an accused of having
Illegally seized certain town lots in
Muskogeo belonging to Creek Indians
and fraudulently converting them to
! heir own us*.
Five witnesses swore they received
requests from the defendants to slku
quitclaim deeds to the lots, which hail
been listed in their names without their
knowledge.
BRISTOW SPEAKS
ON RAILWAY LAW
Says Over Capitalization a Mort
gage on Commerce of
Country
JUNCTION CITY. Kas., July 22 —
Railroad legislation was the theme on
which Senator Joseph L. Brlstow dwelt
in his speech here this evening.
"The railroads of the United Btatss,"
he said, "have issued capitalization in
debtednesi of millions In recent years,
for which not a dollar has been in
vested In the properties. Tet this
enormous Indebtedness is a mortgage
on the commerce of the country, which
ultimately must be paid,
"One of the most Important ques
tions before the public today is the
limiting of capitalisation of these rub
lie service corporation? T.i their actual
value. The progressive Republicans,
1 by a few Democrats, sought to
amend the railroad bill, to require that
every dollar received for the sale of
Stocks and bonds be actually iin
In the construction and improvement
Of the corporation property. This
Iment offered by Senator Polliver
was defeated by a combination of the
Aldrlch Republicans and state rights
ruts But in the end the super
n of the capitalization must come.
We came within two votes of passing
mi amendment in favor of empowering
the interstate commerce commission
ertaln the value of roads, such
values to be used in determining the
rate* such roads would be entitled to
charge and the amount of capitaliza
tion they would be justified in Issuing.'
GRAND TRUNK STRIKE
FAR FROM SETTLEMENT
Effort to Secure Arbitration Finds
Both Sides Still Stand
ing Firm
MONTREAL. Qlie., July M.— The
end Of the fourth day of the strike of
tin- Grand Trunk conductors and train
men Showed little prospect of settle
ment. The attempts of Mackenzie
King-, minister of labor, to secure a
ation of hostilities by a resort to
arbitration have so far resulted mere
ly 'n a reiteration by both of the par
that they are willing to arbitrate
on line? they suggested Monday after
noon just before thft strike \va3 or
dered.
The company succeeded in moving
freight today on most of Its
divisions and promises to do much bet
ter tomorrow,
Reports tonight from Brockvllle say
that a mob of a thousand persons cap
tured the platform of the railway sta
tion and held possession all evening,
the police being unwilling or unable
to dislodge them.
INMATES OF SPANISH
PRISON START MUTINY
MADRID. July 22.—A grave mutiny
broke out at the prison here today.
PI ■ fighting lasted three houra and
waa only ended by the calling in of
troops. The soldiers Intimidated the
mutineers by firing In the air.
ARREST ALLEGED MOB LEADER
BELLEFONTAINK. Ohio, July 22.—
Josi j'h Bush, ■■' - ■ '■ ' <•''<■<' of the mnh
which hanged Carl M. Eltherlngton at
Newark, Ohio, July 8, was arrested at
Harper, ;i village near here, Uist night
and placed In the Newark Jail I
Bush had been in hiding' at the home
of b relative.
merited by further telegraphic reports
from Lieut. Cofc C. P. Townsley, of
the Coasl Artillery corps and com
mandant of tho fort.
Conspicuous in the heroic group was
Lieut. Van Deusen, who suffered a
broken leg from the body of one of
his men being hurled against him. He
was the timekeeper during the target
practice.
"Lieutenant Van Deusen," said Col.
Townsley in an "ffieinl report. "Sup
port ■! himself on the railing of the
platform and directed that what as
sistance was offered to him to be given
to othen in the vicinity, some of whom
were lying helpless with burning pow
der grains In their clothing."
Lieut, Hawes was praised by the
commandant for having extinguished
"With his bare hands burning material
that threati ned to ignite the second
charge, which wai on its way to the
emplacement."
Following the receipt of these re
ports, General Wood Bent a telegram to
Fortress Monroe expressing his sym
-1 pathy with the bereaved and suffering,
and his appreciation of the "excellent
conduct" of tho officers and enlisted
men.
Until the official report of the In
vestigating board Is received, the ex
act cause of the accident is expected
to remain a question of conjpeturo.
Reports received at the departmi i say
the board has completed taking tes- i
tlmony and soon will submit its flnd-
EnoUfth has been learned at tho de
partment to satisfy officers that for
jome reason there was a tension on the
lanyard, which resulted in an explo
sion before the breech lock had been
rotatedjnto place, It Is believed that
for some, reason the safety devices on
I thr; gun, Intended to make such an ac
cldent a.s this Impossible, failed to
,\ ork
Col. Townsley has Informed the de
partment that tho detachment manning i
the ruii which exploded was exception
ally well trained and expert. I
ATTACK HYATT IN
VAN LIEW CASE
Former Student Testifies to See
ing Principal Drinking
Beer in Cafe
WOMAN UPHOLDS MISS CLARK
Attorney Asks That State Super
intendent of Education
Quit the Inquiry
[A!>.s,vlnt>'>l Prrsul
CHXCO, Cal., July Following a
ifay of lensatlonal chargea mudo
against C. C. Van l.uw, principal of
the Chico stato normal school, Elmer
Ranker, a former student of the In
stitution, took the witness stand this
afternoon and swore that while ho wus
In a cafe, here two yc.irs ago he saw
the Instructor drink several glasses of
beer.
Attorneys for i>r. Van Llew point
out, however, that Ranker was dropped
from the rolls of tho ichool tor poor
scholarship and say they do not re
gard his testimony serlusly.
The cross examluatloo of Miss A'ia
Clark, who charges Dr. Van Llew at
tempted tn hiiß her, and the attack
by Attorney Yoell on State Superin
tendent of Education Hyatt because
lie insisted "ii serving on the board of
trustees which is hearing the chargea
against the Instructor, after lie had
expressed an opinion that Van l.iew
was guilty, were features which kept
interest keen among spectators. Tho
inquiry was not completed today.
Voeii asked Hyatt's retirement from
the board after presenting an affidavit
by Dr. Van "Llew which charged Hyatt
had "said he could not help but believe
Miss Clark's story. Hyatt refused to
retire, saying he iouid be fair.
"1 hope to God even-handed Justice
will bring the same, -home to you
again," shouted the attorney.
Later Hyatt said while he had made
up his mind regarding the guilt or In
nocence of Dr. Van Llew that he was
willing to be shown the accused man
was innocent. He also said he was
present at an Interview* between Gov
ernor Gillett and Miss Clark. When
Yoell asked Hyatt during the morning
session if he was present at this inter
view Hyatt had testified lie could not
remember. Although at a former hear
ing Miss Clark testified she had no
corroborative evidence of her story she
said on the stand today that she was
met fit the door of Van Llew's office
by Miss Nona Llndley. Miss Lindley
testified she met Miss Clark at the
door of Van I.iew's office and that she
saw her friend was greatly perturbed
over something.
COL MAHONEY, CAPITALIST
AND REALTY MAN- IS DEAD
SEATTLE. July 22.—C01. Oieorge W.
Mahoneyj aged 68, widely known in the
west anrt south as a real estate open
tor and capitalist, diod at his home
: yesterday following a slight oper
ation performed three weeks ago,
Col. Mahoney rose from office boy
in the Wail Strppt offlcrs of AY. K.
Vanderbllt to the position of confiden
tial agent and head of the Vander
bilt real estate Interests, He hold
this position until iss^ when he re
tired to look after hLs private inter-
For a number of years he was prom
inent In real estate and financial cir
ri, s nf Waco, T.-x. He, removed to
S'lttlo eight years ago. One brother.
Fred Mahoney, lives In New York and
another, James Mahoney, resides in
Pomona, Cal.
NINE-YEAR-OLD BOY
KILLS HIS PLAYMATE
ANDERSON", Cal.. July 22.—F.ddie
Sohultz, 10 years old, was shot and
killed yesterday afternoon by his play
mate, Cecil ru-ish, 9 years old.
The boys had been using a small eal-
Iber rifle with which to shoot at birds,
and believnig that It was unloaded,
Plelsh pointed it at his playmate and
pulled the trigger
DRY FARMING IS SUCCESS
CHEYENNE, Wyo., July 22.—That
dry farming is a success as a scientific
method of agriculture Is considered to
have been established by the cxhibitH
made and the wonderful progress
shown In the way of crops In this
dryest year nt the dry farm congress,
which adjourned here today. Colorado
Springs will probably get the 1911 con
vention of the congress.
Superb Beach Attractions:
tr TT-^ "JVTT/^ T*^ Great Scenic Railway
\/ |"^ |\J II .r^ Dancing, Boating, Plunge and Surf Bath
¥ -■-^•*- ' -»- V-^-»-^ ing Chiaffarelli's Concert Band.
Ocean Park Dancmlg. ngGre n gdory"s r Concer^Band. Sailta Monica
/
Rcdondo Beach
Delightful Ten-Mile Ride Along the Ocean. Band Concerts. Bathing.
Picturesque Santa Monica Canyon
An Ideal Picnic Ground in the Woods. Refreshments of All Kinds.
Playa del Rey Excellent Boating, Bathing and Fishing
____ ...j-it i •»«• • Through Hollywood, Laurel Cm
To Beautiful Lookout Mountain yon> Bu ngaiow 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.
Los Angeles Pacific Railway
Balloon Route Excursion Station, Hill Street, Between Fourth and Fifth.
7g AMUSEMENTS
MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER TAn'S
Tin* AFTFRVOOV AVO TONIOHT—LAST TIMKB OF "OAIKIIIT IN TIIK
BAIN." iIKaiNNINQ MATINEE TOMORHOW, TIIK mETTY OETIMAN COMEDY.
At the White Horse Tavern
RSTURM AND kai;i:\vi:i,i. WEEK OF JOHN W. BUIITON.
TRICES—2Sc. 60e. 76c. MATINEES SATURDAY and SUNDAY. 10c. 25c, r>oc.
HAMBURGER'S MAjJSTIC THEATER B kßa Oii A"7nt Th.
THIS AFTERNOON <VND TONIOHT, LAST TIMES OF "AN AMKRII-AN
WIDOW." HKiilNSlNi! TOMORROW NIGHT.
cTVIISS VIRGINIA HARNED
And Her Itrllllant Company, HMladlßS WIULIAM COURTKNAY, Pr*«ntln«
THE SECOND MRS. TANQUERAY
PRICM Ssc, 60c. 75c. |1. matinkk.s wkpnkskay aii.l SATURDAY, 25c, 50c, T6o
Is^gas^iVaudeville'ls&gia
| ladl<s» and children. | rOSIT i V EUV AST WK Ol I 1
VESTA VICTORIA England* Forrmont
VESTA VI\+I\JMS.IA Nlniclne Coinedlrnne
The Mermaid. — 1 Grigolati's Aerial BaUet
Maud and Qladyt Flnnoy. XJr»t-im*. MBttttM«to» n.,,1 DOVH
' Donald £& Carson MatinOC Warren & Blanchard
! •Ahx MoL»an'. Dr.am." EVOrV In Mclnil3' and Fun
• Lewis M'Cord C& Co. t-^ y H. Franklin & Standards
"Wlßnlnt M Wind." IJSiJ Tho 1lvln« Hubb.r Hall..
, i Zertho's Canines I Orpheum Motion Pictures
comad] Dei Show. Latest Novaltlea.
! EVERY NIOHT. 10c. 550. 60c. 75c. MATINKBS DAILY. 10c. 880. tOa.
G-DAMT4 r\V>WA- HnirJir JUTINKKS TODW. Toimrnw, Tlimdmy
RAND OrHiKA ilUUai^ plionw—Mßln wr.-. Home Aii«i7.
LAST TWO TIMB3 OF THE RIACINa PLAY. "TIIK MISSOI'HIANS." COM
MENCINO TOMORROW MATIKIiE. HAL REID'S FAMOUS MELODRAMA,
<iA Midnight Marriage
J3QS ANGELES THEATRE
&^£k£rVAUDEV/LLE
MVTINKK XXV I SEVEN I 3 Show. Tonlaiit and Toniorroiv
I>.\V AT (ISO. I 1110 .ACTS I NlitlU, Slarllnn at 8:S0.
BT?T «nnA TT-Il? ATT7I? Bela»ro-nlark%vooil Co., Propr*. and Mm.
iL,i^t\g\^KJ X n.XJ.t\i.lltl\ MATIN TODAY, Tomorrow and Thumda).
LAST FOUR TIMKS OF THIS GICEAT ri-Av—
Via WIRELESS
• Paul Armstrong and Winchell Smith's Famous New York Success
i NEXT WEEK The Shubarts' biggest laughing »ucce»», "BILLY." Scats now on .ale.
OLYMPIC THEATER Coolrst Vrntllatnd
I^YJVIfiU lti.n.J\XCR Theater In I.on An K elr».
Al.rillN & FARGO OFFER "it ii.\rrr.NEn IN heno," WITH jii.es MEN
, DEL and BLOSSOM SEEI.EY—IO hl« singing and dancing novelties. 10c, 20c, 25c.
LTTVV'<? CAVV PHANTANT TinRD AND MAIN bt».
t.VYb l-Arii Crt/VIMIAIMI 8, g;3O and 10:30 DAIL y.
Th« FLOnENCH TRIO, grand opera vocalists In costume; th« GREAT MAKA
RBNKO TBOUPB, gypsy lingers and dancers; KITTIR STEVENS, characttr cos
: turn« dnnccr; JEANETTE YOUNQ —Cantatrlc*. and KAMMBRMBYBira ORCHEBTKA.
BASEBALL-Pacific Coast League ?£%tml° rco\T\\%£ m£ t £
nlng July 15 art I ending July *: SAC'KAMUNTO VS. VEBNON, Tuesday, July
19. Wednesday, July 20. Thursday. July 21, Friday, July 2!, Saturday. July 23.
Sunday. July 14, a. m. and p. m. Friday aftirnoun and Sunday morning games played
at Vernon. All other games played at Chutes Park. Games called at 2:30 p. m. and
10:30 a. m. Ladles frea every day except Saturday, Sunday and Holidays. Kids' day
Saturday.
The /ss^C\
Attractions of Our Resorts I, /f|||i\ ■ \
Saturday and Sunday
Promise to Be Great N^CiF^/
Beach Days
THE INVITING SPOTS ARE
LONG BEACH—
Witt) Its many amusements and first-class attractions. Southern CBllfornla
Baptist Assembly In session. Mass meeting Sunday afternoon In the
Auditorium.
HUNTINGTON BEACH—
along the breakinc surf. Southern California Methodist campmeetlngr, led
by Bishop Hughes and Prof. Francis J. McConnell of De Pauw University.
Boating, bathing, flthlns',
NEWPORT AND BALBOA
with its beautiful bay. Boating, bathing, canoeing, launch ride* and a
hundred other diversions to pass a pleasant day.
POINT FIRMIN. NAPLES, BAY CITY AND SUNSET BEACH
places where enjoyment abounds—it's yours—get your portion of it.
* CHARMING VALLEY ATTRACTIONS
CASA VERDUGO—
CASA VERDUGO, toothsomely, temptingly quaint. SAN OABRIEti
MISSION, venemble and quaint. SIKIIRA MADHB, at the foot of the
trail. RUBIO CANYON, with its witchery of solitude, ,
AND— GREATEST OF ALL
MOUNT LOWE—
the wonderful Trolley Trip up tho mountain. Special excursion rates, J2
Saturday and Sunday. Can leave- 8, 9 and 10 a. m. and 1:30 and 4 p. m.
All Cars from Sixth and Main Streets
PACIFIC ELBCTRIC RAILWAY

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