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MRS. HARRISON
drsiiTo
PROMINENT WOMAN KILLED IN
ACCIDENT
Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Scott and Charles
T< Crocker Ara Injured— Defect
in Steering Gear Cause*
the Disaster
novelist, ftnd Burton N. Harrison, who
■was secretary to President Jefferson
Davis of the Southern Confederacy
during the Civil War. Mr. Scott Is n
*on of the late Irving M. Scott, the San
Kranclsco shipbuilder.
Today's automobile rido wns part of
Mrs. Harrison's program in entertain
ing Mr. and Mrs. Scott, who are inti
mate friends of tho Crocker family and
who came here recently on a visit. Tho
party were riding from New York to
Hempstead colony, Long Island, and
It was about noon when the accident
occurred. Mrs. Scott told the details
of how the merry party, in the midst
of laughter from Mrs. Harrison, were
without warning wheeled sharply from
the road and thrown into a dlich, two
of them rendered unconscious and
pinned under the heavy machine.
Had Started Down Hill
The' automobile had Just started
clown what Is known as Thompson's
hill. This place Is a favorite speedway
for automobiles. As the car began to
glide swiftly down Mr. Scott and Mr.
Crocker were examining a road map,
while Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. Scott
were talking together and laughing
The chauffeur, Mro. Scott, said aftor
ward, turned about on his scat and re
marked that something was wrong
with the steering gear.
The next instant the machine
swerved sharply. The chauffeur's
frantic efforts to guide it back into
the road were fruitless, and the car
plunged toward a ditch at the side of
the road, with a telegraph pole looming
up directly in its course. It struck the
pole a glancing blow and then toppled
into the ditch. Mrs. Harrison was
thrown under the machine, her head
pinned down by the heavy ' machine.
She was unconscious and it was af
terward found that her neck had been
broken. B«s'de her, also pinned down
by the car, was her brother, but he was
not' severely Injured and was able to
free himself from the car. The other
three — Mrs. Scott, Mr. Scott and the
chauffeur — had been thrown clear of
the machine. Mrs. Scott was hurl.-il
across the ditch, landing ten feet be
yond the machine and lay unconscious
where she fell. Her husband, although
still conscious, was unable to move for
some time. The chauffeur, also like
the other members of the party, was
stunned.
' No one was near the point where
the accident occurred, the road being
flmost deserted at the time.
» The first persons to realize the ter-
Hble situation were Mr. Crocker and
the chauffeur, who tried to free Mrs.
Harrison and found that they could
not lift the machine. Mr. Scott, with a
broken rib, also Joined them, but still
ihe machine pressed upon the uncon
scious woman. Mrs. Scott had by this
lime" -been restored to* consciousness,
and it was decided to send for help.
i Assistance, however, was already
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coming, twtf fafm hand* having seen
th« accident nnrt run across th* field*.
Another automobile rnme along about
the same time nnd the men were shla
Id rain; the ■tnaehtne. Mm. Harrison
was dying when her friends llfted-h«*
up. She was hurried to Rt. John's hos
pital In Long Island City, but she
died before reaching the hospital.
l.:itcr mi nmhulanrn wns nent for Mr.
and Mrs. Scott, who after treatment
nt the same hospital, were able to re
turn to New York In a carriage.
Mr Harrison wnt At his office tn
New York when first Informed of the
accident and wns told that his wife
had been severely Injured. He did not
know of her death until he called at
61. John's hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison were married
In 1900. At the last gubernatorial elec
tion ln New York Mr. Hnrrlnon was
Democratic candidate for tho ofllce of
lieutenant governor.
Mr. and Mrs. Scott have been stay-
Ing at the Arlington hotel. Mr. Crocker
left New Haven yesterday to come
to New York for the automobile party.
Constant Havert Is the name of the
chauffeur. Tonight It was reported
that hlo phnulrirr had been dislocated.
Mrs. Harrison's body will be sent to
San Francisco and placed In the
Crocker vault.
Former Congressman Harrison was
grlefstricken tonight, remaining at the
hospital with the body of his wife.
Steering Gear Out of Order
In explanation of the cnuse of the
accident it whs said tonight that the
chauffeur threw oft the clutch and al
lowed the automobile to run under Its
own momentum, which carried it too
f;iFt. In some manner a thumbscrew
worked loose on the steering gear
handle, releasing a knuckle Joint,
which allows the driver to control the
gear. As soon as the steering gear
was thus released the front wheels
swerved around. Then the car turned
over.
This was the second accident in
which Crocker was Injured. Several
years ago while speeding an automo
bile in California he collided with a
bridge support and was taken out of
the wreck with both legs fractured.
Mrs. Harrison was regarded as one
of the best automobllists among wo
men of her set. Frequently she drove
her brother's 40-horsepower car at high
speed, acting as her own chauffeur.
Garage Keeper's Explanation
Mr. Gallagher, proprietor of the gar
age where the Harrison automobile
is kept, said:
"The center of the boulevard where
the machine upset, is a macadam road
thirty feet wide. On either side is an
asphalt cycle path and beyond that a
stretch of sand twelve feet wide. The
chauffeur was running the automobile
partly on the cj-cle path. The tire on
the front right wheel exploded, causing
the wheel to sag about four inches.
This swerved the machine to the right
and it darted over the cycle path Into
the stretch of sand, and when it struck
the sand the chauffeur was unable to
manage it. It forged ahead for 168 feet
even after the tire burst, finally strik
ing the telegraph pole, the Impact with
which turned the automobile over.
There was nothing amiss with the
steering gear."
At the garage tonight an examination
showed that a tire had burst and failed
to reveal any difficulty with the steer-
Ing gear. . .... „;
According to arrangements for Mrs.
Harrison's funeral, a special train will
be chartered, leaving New York on
Tuesday evening -for San Franciscd,
When the trnln reaches the coast Mrs.
Harrison will be buried In the private
plot of the~Crockers In Cypress Lawn
cemetery, near San Francisco. Befo:*
the bpdy is placed on the special train
there will be a brief funeral service at
the Fifth avenue home of the Harri
son's; - • .;;.-!
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER a 6, 1905.
nmVALUB OP CHARCOAL
Few People Know. . How. ltsefal It It In Prf
iming Htaflh and n.-nuty.
Nearly everybody knows that char-
coal Is the safest ftnd most efficient
disinfectant nnd purifier ln nature, but
few realize Its value when taken Into
the human system for th« same cleans-
ing purpose.
Charcoal Is n remedy that the more
you take of It the better; It 1.4 not a
drug at all, but simply absorbs th«
gases and Impurities always present In
the stomach and Intestines and carries
them out of the system.
Charcoal sweetens the breath after
smoking, drinking or after eating
onions and other odorous vegetables.
Charcoal effectually clears nnd Im-
proves the complexion. It whitens the
teeth nnd further acts ns a natural and
eminently safe cathartic.
It nbxorbs the Injurious gases which
collect In the stomach nnd bowelfl; It
disinfects the mouth and throat from
the poison of catarrh.
All druggists sell charcoal In one
form or another, but probably the best
charcoal and the most for the money
Is In Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges; they
are composed of the finest powdered
Willow charcoal, nnd other harmless
antiseptics In tablet form, or rather In
the formof large, pleasant tasting loz-
enges, the charcoal being mixed with
honey.
Tho dally use of these lozenges will
soon tell In a much improved condition
of the general health, better com-
plexion, sweeter breath and purer
blood, and the beauty of It Is, that no
possible harm can result from their
continued use, but on the contrary,
great benefit.
A Buffalo physician, in speaking of
the benefits of charcoal, says: "I ad-
vise Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges to all
patients suffering from gas In stom-
ach and bowels, and to clear the com-
plexion and purify the breath, mouth
and throat; I also believe the liver Is
greatly benefited by the dally use of
them; they cost but twenty-five cents
a box at drug stores, and although ln
some sense a patent preparation, yet I
believe I get more and better charcoal
ln Stuart's Charcoal Lozenges than »n
any of the ordinary charcoal tablets."
THINKS AMUNDSEN SAFE
Norwegian Consul at San Francisco
Believes Report of Wreck Is
Erroneous
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 25.— Henry
Lund, the Norwegian consul at this
port, is In receipt of information rela
tive to the Amundsen Arctic expedi
tion which convinces him that the re
port from Dundee, Scotland, that the
expedition ship OJoa has been crushed
in the ice at Boothia Felix is erroneous.
The Dundee report was received from
Esquimaux. Consul Lund has Infor
mation directly from Capt. Amundsen,
In the form of letters, which go to
show that the expedition passed Boo
thia Felix, where, the disaster is re
ported to have taken place some
months ago in safety.
These letters contain much of in
terest with regard to the expedition.
It appears from them that the expedi
tion expected to get through the north
west passage this year and to have
cleared the ice and sailed for San Fran
cisco during th,e present fall. --.--.■ .- . :; ;-
The letters . were received by Alex
ander Nnnsen of Chrlstlania, brother
of Dr. Frithjof Nansen, three weeks
ago, and copies were forwarded to Con
sul Lund here. The letters were sent
by Esquimaux from the Gjoa magnetic
itation. King William's Land, to Hud
son bay and brought out from .there
by whalers. They were dated Novem
ber 24, 1904, and ".Jay 22, 1905, the' latter
. ; . . .... ..... AM_USEME_NT_S
JWOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER. "ffiS^
—Tonight— Matinee Today—
"Th* Heat Compnny ftnd th« ftest Plftj-s In' America for th« Money."
Tlimn TUKMBNOOtTfI WKKK. THIRD UNPRKCKDENTED WERK.
IN OIIDKIt TO ACCOM MODATH TUB THOUSANDS WHO WKRK UNAOL.HI TO
GAIN ADMISSION, TUB RBCORD-BMA6HINO WBBTBRN PI-AY ......
= TuHoT* ?i? d Tiirv
— a vIUgC the lUI j
By Harry D. Cottrell nnd Oliver Morosco. will bo Riven
flTir/fi ANOTHBII WRKK. TEN THOUSAND TKRNBD AWAY IN KtOHTEBM
PKUKOHMANCKP. TIIK PLAY THAT MADU LOS ANQKI.ISB FAMOUS. 810
MATIWKK TOI)AT.
, „. - - FLAY THAT BOCIBTY HAS nECEIVED
If A HKCORD THAT HAS NKVKR 11 X H N
E&Hl'^'iE -' ; "THB JITDOH ANDTHK Jtm.Y'' TS ItKSrON-
kSS'I. k$ Btßl.Jfl FOR TUB ONLY UENUIiSH THBAT-
y^HBp - IUC/li KI.RORIJ LOS ANOBnES HVKtI KNEW.
llpgiHKjj^W TILSRB^ ATIR OVBRTWp HUNDRED PEO-
,' n , fR BCBNKIIY WOULD FILL FOUK CARS
AHSSiflliH Hlk . Tn . ICR ,'' : , A P B AIJUNDANT EXCELLENT COM-
,'<J§|jHHe||p^^wPi it is tmk play koii you to skis.
WHiEK*/'!' > JH NOTK— Kvery latly nttumlliiK miv performance i>r
, X- £m "I" famous piny, excepting Sunday ovi-nlng, will
». v j ' receive n. hnmlnomo MoloiilM photograph of thu
fiiii! Hi i iTins i mKm 1 leadl.ic numbers of the big rr.mpimy In tho char-
, . „,,., actPM they nsntime. Different photo each night.
Wllllnm Desmond ns MllM A nluto of Wllllnm Desmond is "Miles Chllcoto"
Chllcote" In "The Judge and wl fj sa presented this a f tern ion.
the Jury."
POSITIVELY NO ADVANCE IN THE REGULAR BURBANK PRICES.
Matinees every Sunday and Saturday, 10c and 25c, no higher. Evenings 10, 25, 85, 50c.
SPECIAL MATINEE THANKSGIVING DAY.
In Preparation— "The Lout Paradise."
f*HU7ES Today (Sunday)
Chiaff&relli's Italian Band
OPEN AIR MATINEE PROGRAM WILL INCLUDE "TANNHAUSER MARCH,"
"iMAGIC FLUTE." "ROLAND OF BERLIN." "WALTJS BY PAUL
DE LONGPRE," "LUCIA SEXTETTE," ETC.
. ADMISSION 10c.
EVENING CONCERT IN THEATER WILL, COMPRISE "WILLIAM TELL
OVERTURE." TRUMPET SOLO, HOLY CITY," HIG. TADDEOi
ORGAN OFFERTORY, "HARP SOLO BY RIONOR DE
BONA; TROMBONE SOLO BY SIG. CROCK;
"I PAGLIACCI," ETC.
ONE -HUNDRED NOVEL ATTRAC-TIONS SCATTERED THROUGHOUT
THE GROUNDS.
EXTRA SPECIAL PROGRAMS WIIL RE RENDERED THANKSGIVING DAY! !
CASINO THEATER Weeh Nov. 27th. Musical Comedy
Is ... THE ISLE OF BING-BONG ...
30 People. 12 Big Musical Numbers.
20 Show Girls. (/'harming Costumes.
Matinee Dally Except Wednesday. Every Evening, 8 and 9:30 P. M.
Prices. 10c. 20c and 25 cents.
date being about twenty-one months
later than what he had previously from
Capt. Amundsen.
Fine Country Home Burned
By Associated Press.
STOCKTON, Nov. 2:..— 0. Y. Wood
ward's fine country residence and other
buildings at Woodward Station, west
of Stockton, were destroyed by lire this
evening about D o'clock. The family
was absent but it Is believed that the
tire was caused by a stove, which w.ih
being used by n Japanese cook. Thu
residence as well as other costly build
ings were entlroly destroyed. The loss
is about $15,000 . and tho Insurance
small. It was one of the finest coun
try houses in this vicinity.
Captain Brown Slightly Better
— PITTSBURQ, Nov. 25. — It was stated
today that the condition of Captain
Samuel S. Brown, the well known coal
operator and horseman, was somewhat
improved. His condition, it is said, ia
still considered dangerous.
HEAR CLASSMATES
OF MERIWETHER
TRY TO SHOW DEFENDANT
WAS PERSECUTED
Defense Endeavors to Show Branch
Harbored Animosity Against Oppo.
nent and That Fighting Was
Known to Authorities
By Associated Press.
A^NNAPOLIS, Md. ( Nov. 25.— Today's
sessions of the court-martial which is
trying Midshipman Meriwether in con
nection with the death, after a fight
of Midshipman James R. Branch jr
were very largely occupied with tes
timony of classmates of the accused
and members of the first class of the
naval academy. The evidence was
intended by the defense to show that
Branch harbored animosity against
Meriwether and persecuted him and
also that the existence of the practice
of fighting was known to and in a
manner connived at by high officials of
the naval academy. Prominent officers
of the navy mentioned in this connec
tion were Admiral W. H. Brownson.
now commanding the cruiser division
of the North Atlantic fleet and who was
the predecessor of Admiral James H
Sands as superintendent of the naval
academy; Capt. Charles J. Badger, who
was succeeded as commandant of mid
shipmen by the present commandant,
C apt. P. Colvocoresses. and Commander
B. C. Colahan, deceased, who preceded
Capt. Badger in the same office, it was
testified that Admiral Brownson. while
superintendent of the academy hal
promised that In consideration of the
abolition of hazing there would be no
Investigation of fights sanctioned by
the first class. One of the Important
developments of the day was the order
ing by the secretary of the navy of the
dlslnterment of Branch's body for the
purpose of holding an autopsy. The
body will be exhumed tomorrow.
Midshipman H. L. Chapln, a first class
man, testified that, having been caught
fighting, twenty-live demerits were
given him by the late Commander C
E. Colahan, then commandant of mid
shipmen. He had fought, he said, be
cause a lower class man had run into
him, and the two broke Into an unused
room to find a quick place for the fight
Commander Colahan had told him he
said, that ten of the demerits had been
imposod for fighting and tho remainder
for breaking into the room, adding the
witness stated, that he fColahan) wotOd
be the lust man to stop a fight that wa»
for proper cause, but that no proper
cause existed for the fight in question
Midshipman H. W. Porter of the first
class testified that while he was ac
companying to th« hospital a midship
man who had been badly used up in 4
fight he passed Capt. Badger, then
commandant, who noticed the condition
of the midshipman and remarked upon
it to another officer. At tho hospital the
sufferer's eye was found to be bo badly
cut that ten stitches were required lo
close the wound. There was no investi
gation of the case, the witness said.
T. M. Atkinson, another first class
man, testified that Admiral Brownson,
while superintendent of the naval
academy, bad aaid tn his presence and
that of the other members of his class,
that there would be no investigation of
any fight sanctioned by the first class.
This promise was made, the witness
said, to induce them to do away with
hazing and indicated to them that th?
rules Imposed by the midshipmen's
code of ethlca were to be enforced by
fighting Instead.
Midshipman Harvey Delana of the
same' class substantiated this testl<
many. The court adjourned until Mon«
day.
Rancher Fatally Injured
By Assi..i-j:il|..l ITIVS
HAN I.IUS OHISro, Nuv. 53.-J, It.
QUttt'tssma, a ruiu-IHT of K| Mi-lu, \v;in
thrown from a wagon today and re
ceived injuries which will pmkubly
prove fatal.
AMUSEMENTS .__
JLJASOM OPERA HOUSE &.£«
M^A^ l>nrln« tha "Hen Ittir" engrtucmcnt thfl curtain will rl*o evonlnM
NOtP prfH-Hv nt S o'rlork; irintln"^ nt 2 o'clock. No nno la seated dilf
" Vll< \ne the prelude, "Tho Btar of Bethlehem. "
I o f * 117aaV Commencing Tomorrow Night
LdSt Weell Mat,. Wed. and Sat.
Special Matinee ThanKsgiving Day
THE KLAW ® ERLANGER CO. (Inc.)
Stupendous Production of Gen. Wallace* Mighty Play,
Prices $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c
NO BRATS LAID ASIDB— NO TRLRPHONK OUDKRS TAKEN.
POStTIVKIiY LAST WKKK Ot.' THIS BUPEniJ BPECTACLK. „,
RXCURSION lIATKB ON AXaU nAILttOADfI DURINO UNOAOEMKNT. ,"
MASON OPERA HOUSE ft^o
" WM - DEC. 4-5-*-MATINKE WEDNKSDAT-Henry W. Huvrko will ofter Flxley
and I.iulors' musical comedy, the Dong-lilt siicccfs oC two contlncnto— .... . v
The Prince of Pilsen
JESB DANDY aa Hans Wagnpr, Arthur Donaldson, Tvnr Anderiion, .1. Ilaydnn*
Clarendon. Jiimcs K. Rome, Peter Swift, l.niilno Willis, Marin Welsh, Ruth
Peebles, MarKiierlto Ferguson, Paulino Huntly, Ida Stanhope. Compnny of 73
people; npeclal orcheHtia. Seats on sale Thursday mornlnK, Nnv. 30. Prices—
Me, 75c, $1.00 and 11.60. DOTH PHONKS-70.
MASON OPERA HOUSE S^WEIS;
"'■* DXC. 7-8-9-SATURDAY MATINEE. IIBNIIY W. HAVACK will nlTei- tha
Korean Comic Opera; Book by GEORGE ADE; Mimic, by OUSTAV LUDEItB:
! THE MM.r.TJN ;
With JOHN K. HENSHAW and Big Company.
M-*SON OPERA HOUSE &£ Wr!
w *~ SKAT SALE OPENS TUESDAY, Dec. 5, at 9 A. M., for Seven Appearances of
Mr. Richard Mansfield ■
Monday. Dec. It, "Beau Brummel"; Tuesday, Dec. 12, "King Klchard III"; Wednes-
day, Dec. 13. Schiller's Tragedy, "Don Carlos"; Thursday, Dec. 14, "A Parisian Ro-
mance"; Friday, Dec. 16. "The Merchant of Venice"; Saturday Mat., Dec.-li).
"The Misanthrope"; Saturday Night, Dec. W, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde."
PRICES— S2.SO. >2.00, tI.BO. 11.00. 75c and 60c. * ■
ORT>HEUM SPRING STREET. Bet Second and Third
rtrnHUJn Both Phones »47.
Modern Vaudeville
Week Commencing Tomorrow Night
SPECIAL MATINEE THURSDAY, THANKSGIVING DAY.
JDK I'I.VXX, ISfcrntrlc Moaoloinir Comedian.
MAHION UAUSOIV, ITliiih Douna Soprano.
I'IKHCIC .« M AI/.lvi:, llrilned Mnurrr, nnd DnnrrrK.
MR. & MRS. 10. 11. KEMP'S Illustrated Tulrs of the Deaert.
KMMA FRANCIS and Her Arabian Whlrlnlndn.
nnWISI I,VI 1M.1,. The Mualoal MunnloKiic
THK KMiONAS, European Comedy Acrobnt*.
I.iiHt week of the Hllnrlonn Hit — MIU.VH.I.M A STETSON Comedienne*
Prices as usual, 10c, 25c, 60c. Matinees Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday.
Sunday. :
/**RJfND OPERA MOUSF MAIN ST - Bet - Fl «t an « seconi,
#_t* /xiv ** yjr*±K.SX rXXJUJE Phones: Main 1367; Home 418.
-:- The Family Theater -:- ;X O
Weeh Commencing Matinee Today " > • >* « »
SPKCIAL MATINEE THURSDAY, THANKSGIVING DAY.
Kllmt & Gazzolo's New Comedy Success
HONEST HEARTS
A romance of old Kentucky with charming southern scenes.
ALMA HKARN as "Dad's Only Girl." . .
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday; 10c and 25c. Evenings 10c,
25c, f>Oc.
Next week the Great Cartoon Cornedy — "BUSTER BROWN." . '
BFT JtSCO THFJITFIi BELASCO, MAYER & CO., Proprietors
CL/TJI/U ii7C/riC/( Phonos: Main 3380; Home 267.
LAST TIME TONIGHT of the Great Revolutionary Romance—
ALICE OF OLD VINCENNES
COMMENCING TOMORROW NIGHT
THANKSGIVING DAY MATINEE, .
Tho Belasco Theater Stock Company presents George W. Broadhurst's Interna-
tional Laughing Success,
Why Smith Left Home
With George W. Barnum in his original role of Count Yon Guggen- ''■
helm, and all the other favorite Belasco players ln the cast. . . .
PRICES-EVERY NIGHT, 25c, to 75c; THANKSGIVING and SATURDAY MAT-
INEES, 25c to 60c. No seats reserved by phone for Thanksgiving Day
NEXT WEEK-The great big farcical triumph-"VIVIAN'S PAPAS," li'rst time In
the West . ." „? .
J2SCOT PARK Ra c es l Races!
Los Angeles Jockey Club's
Great Winter Meeting Opens
ThanKsgiving Day, November 30th
THE JONATHAN CLUB HANDICAP-A Handicap Sweepstakes. J1250 added.
The best class of horses ever on the coast. One mile and a sixteenth. ■ - .
KUIDAY— Grand Concert by FRANKENSTEIN'S ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA.'
SATURDAY— The SANTA CATALINA Selling StaUes. A Selling . Sweepstakes,
11000 Added. Seven Furlongs. - - ;•.'
Bix Races Every Week Day, Startint? at 1:40 P. ll.' ' ' '-' ■'!,■■•
Kach lady in attendance the Opening Day will receives one of the most beautiful
souvenirs ever given away at any track. . . i. i ■„.■; ,v
J. W. BROOKS, Manager.
City Offices: 610-611 BRADBURY BUILDING.
QHUTESPARK Pacific Coast League
Base Ball /. .'.Base Ball \
FortlanU v». Loa Ansnlea today. Sunday. November 2*5, double Iraader. Two games !
for uno admission. First game called at 1:30 Fharp. Admission, Soo; Including grand V
fstand. 50c. Tickets on sale at Morley's now billiard and bowling parlors, £io South
Spring street; also at Morle>y*B pool parlors, 262 South Main street. .
TtfOVELTY THEATER 625 south main ptb'bpt. :?
*» Week Noy. W-HIOH-CLASS VAUDEVILLB - TWO SHOWS - : IS VEBT
NiaHT--Matlnee» Tuee., Thurs., Sat., Sun. Ladles" souvenir mating Thurs-
day. Children a touvenlr matinee Saturday. Prlcea-flOc. 150, 200 and 250; no higher.
P'fSCHER'S THEATER FIKST ST - Bet - 1^ a "« Main. 0 / : \ ■
* Week. Nov. 87-THK KKLLEY-MASSEY Company In their latent farce Wn>
edy success, "WANTED A WIFK" Matinees every day except Monday.
Six— New vaudeville acta— Six. Prices— loc and iOc; reaerved seats ISo. ■.
#If You Are Here to See Things
Take the Trolley
Our llnei starting from the great center-of-the-clty rlepot
at Sixth end Main lead to all the points of interest. /
A mountain trolley ride, famous all over the world, In
the trip up Mount Lowe. Through cars leave Sixth and
=.' ... ,- . „,3 Main at 8, 9, 10 a. m. and 1 and 3:30 p. m. The Bpeciai »i
fare Saturday and Sunday is J2.00. „:':.^iZ
At the old Bpanlsh restaurant, Caia Veidugo, the cos-
tumed singers and native orchestra always appear Sun-»
'day afternoon.
It you with to sue the garden spots of Southern Cali-
fornia take tim trip to Santa Ana; the orchards, to Mon-
rovia: the bPucheu, to Newport; the greut port, to Him
i''u^t, ( DimnuiUuUH turn over itu^l li-t;n niuLi-t: of travel, „
The Pacific Electric Railway

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