Santa Ana Register from Santa Ana, California on September 2, 1908 · Page 8
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«{ THE SANTA ANA DAILY REGISTER,-WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1908. TO Telegraphed Here Concerning License to Lee Warren and Neil Summers Without doubt the lather of Summers of Fresno interfered with the marriage that was planned to take place here yesterday, for yesterday County Clerk Williams received the following message from Chittenden of Fresno: “Have you issued license to Lee Warren and Nell Summers? If so, when? Wha#t age did he give for the girl? Answer quick at my expense." The age riven by Warren for the girl was 19. The father claims she is but 17. Warren has not yet been married here BEALES TAKES THE ALAMITOS POLICE JOB (Continued From Page 1) the Whittier Union High School dis trict was granted. The G. A. Murdock road petition was granted. The petition of Edward Meehan to close a road in West Orange was granted W. A. Verne, W E. Ealton adn C. R. Sehenck were appointed viewers of the Flagler road in the Garden Grove district. County Superintendent of Schools Mitchell was given a leave of absence for sixty days. He will attend the school men s meeting at Lake Tahoe and may want to go out of the - state. The district attorney and superior Nell JliclSe wer« authorized to purchase twelve sectional book cases. The sum of $1000 wa§ transferred from the current expense fund to the advertising fund, to be used for the Sheriff advertising of the Orange County MASONS ATTEND D. M. DORMAN’S E VERMONT ROLLS UP REPUBLICAN VOTES (Continued from Page 1.1 berger leads his opponents for the gubernatorial Democratic nomination. The figures are: Shallenberger 1S3G, Mayor J. C. Dahlman of Omaha 1280, Berg 1009. Santa Ana Men Were the Pall Bearers and Masons Con-, ducted Service Carnival of Products. COCHEMS DID NOT GET NOMINATION MILWAyKEE, Wis., Sept. 2— Henry Cochems, the star Wisconsin Uni versity football player who nominated LaFollette for the presidency, was defeated for the nomination to congress from the Fifth district by sixty-three votes, by Congressman Si afford. Cochems will probably ask tor a recount. Senator Stephenson won the Republican nomination over Samuel i Cook and Fred Hatton. All the present Republican congressmen were renominated except Jenkins, wrho was defeated by Kuesterman. McLEAN SAID TO HAVE TAKEN FOUR FROM FIRE BOSTON, Sept. 2.—John McLean, it is learned is to be here today during the examination of the officers of In fact he has not been the Puritan, in whose hold four s^il- here since Monday, the day the license ors perished on the eve of sailing for was issued. Vancouver. The officers testified that McLean descended into the burning hold and dragged out six men, four of whom died. CLAUDI AN ES BOYS ARRAIGNED TODAY FIRED FOUR SHOTS AMONG STOCKBROKERS LONDON, Sept. 2.—A man named Harrison, an engineer, fired four shots among the brokers of the Stock Exchange today and was trying to fire more when he was knocked down and overpowered. Nobody was hurt. He explained that his. trouble was ! Scott, conceal his defense. It is be- with a broker whose name was not lieved an application to reduce his given, that was trying to shoot him. bail from $40.000 to 010.000 will be The man was apparently deranged. Jniade Thursday. SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 2.—John and Peter Claudianes were arraigned in Judge Ogden’s court in Oakland Yesterday a party of fifteen Masons from Santa Ana Lodge No. 241, left here an a 10:40 car to attend a funeral of their late brother, D. M. Dorman, who was for more than thirty years a resident of Santa Ana, and who died at Redondo on Sunday last. The Masonic party boarded a special car at Los Angeles, on Vhich were a large number of relatives and friends of the deceased. The funeral was held at the home of Mr. Dormans’ nehpew in Redondo. After a short service conducted by Rev. W. H. Wotton. rector ot the |b0,h to l'lle “I> ,helr Church of the Messiah, of which church Mr. Dorman wras a member, the Masons took charge of the remains. The pall bearers were Dr. W. B. Wall, C. F. Mansur, John Parsons, O. M. Robbins, J. F. Rooney, all old friends from the Sunset Club. At the cemetery the beautiful Masonic service was held, with Worshipful Master J. Reinhaus offlciat- today. Peter’s attorney Coghlan & with his staff of officers. A Beautiful Home in Tustin Cheap NEW AND MODERN Fine Location, Nice Grounds, Lawn, Cement Work. A Bargain! Small Payment Required; Balance on Very Easy Terms. SEE LIGGETT! ORANGE COUNTY UNVESTiYIEINT CO 114A West Fourth Street One of deceas- the beautiful tributes to the ed was from here by the Knights Templar HOW THE PARTIES FEEL ABOUT VERMONT NEW YORK, Sept. 2.—Chairman Mack, of the Democratic committee, discussing the Vermont election said: “The result is very satisfactory to us. We spent no money and sent no speakers there, while the Republicans used plurality for Prouty.’’ i The following statement was from 1 Republican headquarters: “The Re- j publican victory in Vermont shows us Taft’s election in November.” Stephenson Wins MILWAUKEE, Sept. 2.—In the ! closest race ever fought in Wiscon; sin over an election, Senator Isaac Stephenson has probably won though f his plurality will be under 10,000. Bradley Appears to Be Elected WILL ESTABLISH BIG FERTILIZER FACTORY DETROIT, Sept. 2.—At noon the a handsome floral piece sent . . .. . * result of the primary indicates the nomination of Dr. J. B. Bradley for governor by three thousand over his nearest competitor, Governor Warner. ! Dahlman Wanted a Square Deal OMAHA, Sept. 2.—Results from j yesterday’s primaries, slowly coming in today, indicate that former a, 1 having packing houses in ail ot j CongresamaB Shallenberger has been count'’ j nominated for governor by the Dem- ,ocrats. tion of a fertilizer factory in Red- REDLANDS, Sept. 2.—The Mutual Orange Distributors’ Association, the organization headed by A. Gregory, tne leading districts of the Sebastian’s Removal Sale BEGINS TOMORROW MORNING (Tuesday, Sept. 1) * T HIS is not a money-making- sale—We are forced to vacate this room. This is our misfortune and your opportunity, as we are going to make such prices as will be necessary to close out the greater part of our stock before we move. Those who are familiar with our prices know that they are always lower than other houses’ and now we are making sweeping reductions on our already low prices to close out our large stock. Nothing will be reserved. The knife goes in on prices, regardless of values. It costs money to move a stock such as ours; therefore, we can afford to sacrifice rather than move the goods. We cannot take space to enumerate all the bargains, so we give merely a few random prices to give an idea of what we are doing in the various lines. Men s pleated bosom white shirts, regular $1.50 value ................................................................... Ladies woolen skirts, worth $3.50, cut to.......................................i................................ Ladies black satin underskirts, worth $2.50, sale price................................................... Lace curtains, 2% yards length, during this sale, each ..................................................... Heavy bath towels, worth 25c regular, sale price ................................................................. Laces worth 10c and 15c per yard, sale price, per yard...................................................... Corset cover embroidery, 18 inch width. per yard .................................................................... 20 pe«- e»nt reduction on our big line of hosiery 75c $2.18 $ 1.68 20c ...18c ....5c 25c 5c envelopes, two packages for................................................... 15c toy brooms sale price .................................................................... 10c package tooth picks, sale price.................................................................... 15c and 20c vases in opal and clear glass, two for .................................................................. — NOTIONS 6 dozen white agate buttons, sale price ..................................... 5 packages wire hairpins, sale price ..................................... 5c wire egg beaters, sale price ..................................... 4 packages 10c toilet paper, sale price ....................................... 10c and 15c tablets, sale price..................................... ,.6c ,.5c . 3c 25c 6c . 5c 10c ,.5c 25c Buy Graniteware Now and Save 35c 10c 6c Big Reductions, China and Crockery Large Stock to Select From 95c 45c 50c 50c granite dishpans, sale price ......................................... 3 quart granite pudding pans, sale price ......................................... 9 inch granite pie plates sale price......................................... $1.25 w'ashbowl and pitcher sale price ............................................ 60c set of 6 dinner plates sale price ............................................ Fine set of 6 cups and saucers, sale price .......................................... Everything: in the store is reduced and no new goods will be added to stock during this sale COME IN EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS Sebastian’s 5 ®> 10-Ce 2Q8==EAST FOURTH STREET=2Q8 Dahlman lands to supply the 6000 acres of or-,He be]ieves ange groves controlled by the association. The growers in the association use between 2200 and 2500 tons of fertilizer a year. KLING CONVICTED OF SELLING AND GIVING (Continued from Page !.. has not given up hope.‘ the western counties1 will be favorable to him. He said: i "It was a good fight, anyway, al on]y ten botties of beer per day and though I would rather have had all only ten gallons of whiskey per month. The deck i REINHAUS Department Store cDealers in ¿Modem and Up-to-Date c Merchandise SUIT CASES TRUNKS Delineators For September «&*! .......... r BUTTERICie PATTERNS JQ ctntj AM>I5 com NONE HIGHER Patterns For September Ladies’ New Fall Tailor Suits Suit and Cloak Department: We have just received from the factory an exquisite line of ladies new fall tailor si ts of the celebrated English Piccadilly brand, one of the finest makes of this class of merchandise in the country and certainly second to none, They are made of the latest materials and surpass any we have ever had In the way of trimmings, linings and general workmanship, while the prices are moderate and within the reach-of every lady, ranging from $15,00 to $35,00, They compare favorably with those that are soid at from $10,00 to $15,00 higher, Ladies Pure Worsted Crocheted Sweaters Splendid line of ladies pure wortsed crocheted sweaters at $3,00, They are as good as many sold at $5,00, Misses pure worsted sweaters at $1,50 and children’s pure worsted sweaters at 75c, Shoes I Shoes ! one. I am I will not ! the cards on the table, j was stacked by some stump for Bryan now down and out yet.” Prohibitionists Nominate SYRACUSE, Sept. 2.—The Prohibi tionists nominated Rev. George Stock well of Fort Plain. New York, for gov ernor, today. ATTEMPT TO GET STORY OF FAMOUS “WASH SALE” This afternoon Kling was tried on the charge of giving liquor to Jones, an employe. With the exception of Whitehead the same witnesses appeared who were on the stand jn the morning. It was shown that Kling and his employe sat down at a table and drank a bottle of beer. Kling in his talk declared the intent of the ordinance was not for such giving away but was meant 10 stop the procedure of the sale of a chip NEW YORK, Sept. 2.—Efforts were j or a cracker and the gift of a drink. ; made today by several Democrats of j Sentence on both convictions will j state prominence to persuade Edward j be given Friday morning at 10 o’clock, j F. Buchanan of A. O. Brown & Com- I pany to make public the conditions | existing in the New York Stock Exi change which made possible the ! famous “Wash sale” which resulted : in the Brown failure. The Democrats allege that owing to the fact that Receiver Littlefield, who is in charge of Brown’s affairs, being i a Republican the inside story will never become public through him. riats Cleaned Ladies’ and Gents’ and Blocked AGENTS FOR STRAUSS BROS* Gloves Cleaned AND LAMM (SS CO. TAILOR-MADE SUITS IFe Suitorium Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing of All Kinds All Work Positively Guaranteed HOME TELEPHONE BUILDING PromptService Both Phones —Our new Marshmallows are the finest made and just in. Dragon. Co. -Studebaker wagons. Wm. F. Lutz LEPROSARIUM IS STRONGLY Orange County Business College WASHINGTON, Sept. 2.—The recent agitation in Washington over the Early leprosy case and in Arizona over the case of Mrs. Gen. Wardwell, who was similarly afflicted, will, it is believed by officials of the public health and marine hospital service, lead to a renewed effort to obtain the establishment at some place in the United States of a national leprosarium for the isolation and treatment of patients afflicted with leprosy. WILL VOTE ON TAX LEVY FOR MUNICIPAL BOND URGED! The fall term begins September 1, 1908. Write for information or call at the college. College Journal sent free on application. H. O. SISSON, President and Manager. Our shoe department is filling up with the new fall shoes in the different styles and leathers for men, women and children and as the cost of manufacturing them is h less on account of the decline In the price of material used, we are in a position to sc:» a far superior article at the same price this fall than in the past, INHAI j S DEPARTMENT STORE 262=204=206 bast Fourth St. LONG BEACH, Sept.. 2.—An election will take place in this city today from 6 o’clock in the morning until 6 o’clock at night to determine whether or not a tax levy of 15 cents on the $100 shall be made by the city council for the purpose or supporting a muncipal band. A three-fifths vote is needed to carry the proposition. —It’s worth ten times what it costs to feel the security from fire and burglar that the use of our safe deposit boxes gives. First National Bank. —The Durocar factory in Los Angeles is always pleased to show visitors over its plant. Wm. F. Lutz Co. handle this splendid machine. UL.I 1 . a i w «nwerar. i tt : T,KBS»dm J —Model 31 Rambler. A $1550 automobile for $1550. Williams & Son, Orange. The Perfection Oil Cook Stove Does not heat up your kitchen. Does not smoke up cooking vessels. Does not smell. Burns with a steady blue flame. Burns common bulk oil. No danger from explosions. Your money returned if not satisfactory after one week’s trial. John Me Fadden ] 112 114 East Fifth St., Santa Ana. Back to Nature 40 Acres of Land And a Town Lot All for $200.00 THE CALIFORNIA OF MEXICO $10.00 Down, $5.00 a Month. No Interest—No Taxes No Cold Winters—No Hat Summers Mexican Lands Now Under Cultivation as a Whole Are the Most Productive in the World A REAL OPPORTUNITY Call at Our Office, 212 East Fourth St., Santa Ana, and Get Our Booklet on Mexico McKEAN & DOWELL Agents for MEXICAN WEST COAST LAND CO. (( Thè Smoky God ” A New Book by Willis George Emerson Regular Price $ 1.00; Our Price 75c A strange story of the “Smoky God. or a Voyage to the Inner World,” by Willis Geo. Emerson, author of “Buell Hampton.” and • l’he Builders” is the latest contribution to the literary table. The “Smoky God” is the deathbed account of one Olaf Jansen’s conception of the earth’s center, which he claims to be peopled with inhabitants, provided with its own lands, seas, rivers, mountains, etc., just as the exterior of the sphere has been. The book reads like a modern fairy tale and adds still another conception to the host of half surmises about the earth’s center. One of the pleasing features of the book is the illustrations by Williams—showing some clever color blending. The volume is atractively bound and printed in large type. Regular price $1.0 ». Our price 75c. SANTA 00K STORE

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