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! MANY INTERESTING OPINIONS
IRISH SECRETARY SAYS HE HAS
SEALED DOOM OF PEACE
Germans Declare Inaugural Speech
Portends Reign of White Dove.
French Liken Him to
[By Associatfa Pr« M.l
PARIS, March I.—The French press
comments today in frank and vigorous
tone on President Tafts inaugural ad
dress and thinks it shows the new
president's'policies will, in a general
■way, be a continuance of those of Mr.
• The Temps characterizes the address
as pre-eminently "republican" and
says it shows that Mr. Taft purposes (
to make a fight for greater federal
authority on truly federal questions,
especially the procuring of national
corporation laws to counteract the ex
isting legal anarchy arising from
diversified state regulations.
A CLOSER FRIENDSHIP
AND REIGN OF PEACE
BERLIN, March s.—The German
foreign office views William H.
Taft's assumption of the duties of
president of the United States as likely
to lead to still closer friendly relations
between America and Germany, and
calls attention to the progress made
In this direction during the administra
tion of President Roosevelt.
. The peaceful tone of President Taft's
Inaugural address has created a most
favorable Impression in government
circles, and the ministry of the Interior
is awaiting tariff revision with the
The newspapers allude to the order
ly ascent of Mr. Taft to the rulershlp
of 100,000.000 people and the retirement
of Mr. Roosevelt to» private life as
an impressive political spectacle.
BIRRELL SAYS TAFT
HAS SOUNDED DOOM
OF HOPE FOR PEACE
BRISTOL, England. March 6.—Ad
dressing a political meeting here to
night. Mr. Birrell, chief secretary if
Ireland, expressed the belief that
President Taft in his inaugural address
pronounced the doom of the hope of the
disarmament of nations.
There wu universal feeling abroad,
In which the United States now
joined, Mr. Birrell said, for increased
It was enough to make angels weep,
but in face of it. he declared, "it Is our
duty to maintain »ur navy strong
enough to keep Great Britain's shores
LAST ACT OF ROOSEVELT
PROHIBITS USE OF "PULL"
WASHINGTON, March n.—One of
the last acts of President Roosevelt
before retiring from office was to issue
mi order supplementing un order made,
by him August 1. 1906, prohibiting the
UN Of influence to obtain assignments
to duty by offloera of the navy and of
the marine corps.
The order directs that hereafter hU
requests and recommendations, written
or verbal, received at the navy depart
ment from or on behalf of such officers
—other than those received through
regular official channels —are to be
filed with or noted on the record of
each officer kept by the department.
ITALIAN PRESS SAYS TAFT
,WILL BE LIKE ROOSEVELT
BOMB, March s.—Although absorbed
by tho electoral campaign tor the fed
eral elections which begin Sunday, tlie
press today devotes much space to Mr.
Taft's assumption of the presidency.
The Tribuna says that along general
linos his program will be similar to
that of President Roosevelt, and It
trusts that Mr. Taft will be assisted by
the confidence of the American people
in his work, which will he strongly im
Europe, the Tribuna adds, must pay
to America under the form of duties
the deficit of the crisis of 1908.
TAX DESIRED BY SOLON
New York Assemblyman Presents Bill
to Get Revenue from
ALBANY. N. T.. March s.—Assem
blyman Oliver of sew York today pre
sented a bill providing for a graduated
Inheritance tax, ranging from 1 to '17>'
per cent, on all property Inherited and
valued ;'t over $6000, although such in-]
herltance is not liable to the tax when
it is of a value of $5000 and $10,000 and;
is transferred to one of the immediate
family of the deoedent.
Otherwise such Inheritance of more
than $5000 and loss than $LT,,n(in is sub-
Jecl to a tax of 1 per ceni "i its value,
The rate then gradually Increases ;is
the amount of tin Inheritance In
creases until it Is ~r> per cenl tor an
Inheritance ■■! $20, over
Cannon Wants Date Changed
WASHINGTON, March s.—Sp<
Caniinii today declared hhnst-lf in favor
of changing the date of the presiden
tial Inauguration from March t i.. May
1. He '< clared he would lei d his aid
in any effort to bring about thi
JUROR'S ILLITERACY IS
BASIS OF APPEAL TO
STATE SUPREME COURT
•.•'.i BAN..-FRANCISCO, .Marrh .V— finning
hi* applinilion on a badly written and
wort<<* upelled verdict, i:. I. Mcf'npeH of
Made™ has appealed to the supreme
iwirl of Hi's otate for H writ of habeas
Tim vcrdicl. which «ii» delivered hj
the foreman of » Jury ulii«h convicted
.Mi'Capei. In tile ju«tire court of Minimi
of hurninc gra«« within th» city ilmiU
without » permit, read* literally an fol
"He lhe'Jore}- the Bned I lie ili-rendel
gUly an charKf."
1M Altbouih'Hned only f25 Hcfapen ap
' peale.l In i the superior court of Mudera
county,- and 1 when (hat trlbunul denied
hi,implication he Bled 111- present peti
tion will' 'I" 1 highest court, of the Mate.
L^" Thefwrit "wa«i granted and made re-
ItiirnHlile' *i»rll ■
Latest Photograph of President Taft,
Taken Just Prior to His Inaugurate •
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MUCH MONEY INVESTED IN
Statistics Soon to Be Published Will
Reveal Phenomenal Gains in
Many Cities —St. Joe
CHICAGO, March s.—Building ope
rations are now on such an extensive
scale that they command attention be
of large increasing volumes of
money finding its way into investments
In this class of security, according to
advance sheets of the Construction
This authority states that during the
month of February permits were takeji
out in forty-four of the leading cities
:>f this country for the construction of
10,008 buildinss Involving J48.396.246,
against 7J30 buildings for the same
month a year hro, aggregating in coet
$20,287,931, an increase this year of.
2878 buildings and $28,108,i-., or 18 per
Thirty-eight of the cities included in
the list show- increases which culmi
nate In IW6 points, which is the record
at St. Joseph, Mo., while the decreases
were confined to six cities, including
Stockton, which leads with 33 per cent;
Tacoma, :;- per cent; Minneapolis, 15
per a nt; Davenport, it per cent; Sacra
mento, j, and Mobile, 4.
The f-'ains are phenomenal. In New
York, durinff February, permits were
taken out [or 887 buildings, involving
.i total cost «f 119,681,840, as compared
with Sti buildings, costing $1,326,500, for
the same month a year ago, the in
crease being l;>Tii per cent.
ASK CARNEGIE TO GIVE
SECTARIANS A PENSION
Colleges Appeal to Scotchman to In.
elude 75 Institutions in
NEW yORK, March 5.- Andrew Car
has i" i n a ik< d to change the re-
HiriH of his pension fund for col
it ge pri ho at i" include In its
provlslonH about soventy-flve instltu
tloi ■ now barred b i aeci arlan.
Thirteen college presidents, whose in
stltutluna urn among ii:e .seventy-five,
I lorial niiiking
■ qm i to I ir. ii..- : Prltchett
president of the Carnegie foundation.
The memorial urges tiiat many
il originally foundi 'I by i-eiißious
bodies ■"■ today fn ■ to men of all
creeds and do noi teach doctrine or
dogma, nor require any particular hp
on the part or students or Faculty
Hanged for Murder
MN< ■ »LN, Mari h B R. M< adi Bhum
' w;i\, nnnvlcted of the murder of .\lis.
i jai oh Marl In wb ■ hanged this aftei -
i noon .it tlif Nebraska penitentiary. The
drop fell a< 2 32. ii> nai pronouncod
dead at 3:88 o'clock. Bhumway ki pi his
nerve uniii the end. He walked clamly
t,> the scaffold, protenting iii^- Innocence
before ihe ri< ath march began, t
,v, mil, rs of the state leglslal ure wll
neKsed thi i ipi utlon.
Motor Cars in Service
BAKBRBPIBLD, Man h • The
Simiili. I'D Pacific today aiinoum
motor oar service t" the West
Sni.' oil Held Two oars will '»• on
tin i un, one j" Siinsci, Marlcopa at d
Midway and the other to MoKHtrick,
I.OS ANGELES UKItU.I): SATURDAY MOUXINC;. MAHCH (i. I!KK>.
WERE TRIED UNDER
PITTSHL'IMJ, March 5. — Attorney
John Miirmn, representing Councilman
John I. Klein, recently (nice found
n'lllly in connection with the graft
scandal, caused surprise today by ilr
rlnrlng that the bribery not of 1874, un
der which the councllmanlo graft caxes
have been successfully tried, has been
repealed and never re-enacted.
If the claim of the attorney In sub
stantiated It I* Mid the entire Kraft
nroneriitlnh Li illegal. •
LORD ESHER PAYS
TRIBUTE TO LATE
MAN WHO WROTE FAMOUS
Tells of Diary Kept by Ruler Which
Will Never Be Published —Says
Nation Owes Her Great
LONDON, March 6.—Lord Er.her,
deputy governor or Windsor castle,
whose "Letters of Queen Victoria" was
published in 1907, gave an interesting
lecture at the Royal Institution to
niKhi nn yueen Victoria.
From the age of li and until within
a few days of her death, Lord Bihar
■aid, Queen Victoria kept a daily pri
vate Journal, which win never be pub
lished. This lournal recording the dally
lii, events of the queen would nil luu
volumes. Her entire correspondence
and papers would Jill 1250 volumes.
Lord Ksher said the journal showed
that from her childhood Victoria took
herself moat seriously and that as
queen she always had the- courage "to
act alone" and "with confidence in my
Her influence was uniformly thrown
on the side of ji..ieo, the speaker de-
Clared, and there was no Single in
stance in her whole relKn where Vic
toria could be shown to have favored
u.,i or to have encouraged those anx
ious for war.
"We owe to Queen Victoria, said
Lord Esher. "the reinstatement of the
monarchlal principle in the eye« of ;ili
grave and earnest men. I have had
exceptional opportunities tor examining
at first hand the Inner history of her
reign, but 1 have found no (race of any
grave mistake committed by Queen
Victoria in her capacity ai sovereign."
Miss Taft Entertained
WASHINGTON, Marrli S. tfisi
Helen Taft and her brother, Robert,
were the guestg of honor tonight at :i
dinner given at the hoi I Mr».
Charles A. Munn, after which they
rtalned si a thtater dinner
The party then returned to the
Munri residence, where ;i large nura
if b;u«sU, all young people, had
been Invited to meet Miss Taft at a
State Exhibit Bill Tabled
CARBON, N<\.. March 6.—After
!i iouk debati the senate today ta
bled thi iiiil making nn appropriation
(or a -Mm. exhibit at the Alaska-
Viik"n exposition. The action of the
senate prai iimHy means Nevada will
have no exhibit &< Seattle, The a»
.. mbl ■ the railroad cotnn
bill, which eliminates tiie maximum
GRIM PANTOMIME EXECUTED
Prosecutors in San Francisco Indicate
in Court How They Claim Coast
SAN FRANCISCO, March 6.— A sen
sational Incident of the trial of
Thomas J. Jordan of the coast artil
lery, charged with the murder of
Police Sergeant Molting, was a graphic
Illustration in Judge Cabanlss" court
today of the manner in which tho
shooting was done.
Charles Miller, a baker, who met
Jordan on the night of the tragedy,
told, on the witness stand, of how Jor
dan had become under the influence of
liquor In a Barbary coast saloon, made
prisoners of Provost Guard Nilaeger
and another soldier and marched them
down the street.
Nilaeger tried to get away, when
Jordan tired a shot into the air. Mil
ler rushed into the street In time to see
Sergeant Nolting order Jordan to
throw up his hands and saw the latter
raise his revolver.
Nolting cried out, "For God's sake,
The answer was four shots, resulting
in the death of the officer.
The whole scene was re-enacted be
fore the Jury at the request of special
Prosecutor Hiram Johnson, who im
personated Nolting. while Assistant
District Attorney Hanley took the nan
of Jordan, who watched the pantomime
drama with a gloomy expression.
Six Girls Hurt in Panic
BUFFALO, N. V., March —Six
young girls were severely bruised In a
panic at st. Stanislaus parochial school
on Flllmoie avenue, this afternoon. Two
thousand pupils ' attended the school.
The clanging of a fire engine, called to
a nearby fire, made the glrli nervous,
and when one screamed fire a wild
King Entertains Marconi
ROMS, March 6.—King Victor Em
nianuol granted a private nudiente to
William Marconi today and afterward
entertained the Inventor al dinner. Mr.
Marconi explained that by the erection
of an extra powerful planl at Coltano,
near Pi«a, he expected within twelve
nths to have dlreol wlrelaaa oominu
nlcation with America.
Only One "BROMO QUININE," that Is - /
Laxative B^omo. Quinine 4 Wj&nrJZTZ
Cures a Cold in One Day, Crip in 2 Days *~ ""
AMUSEVtNTS .-,-,-^.t...--'-.-!.. ._--
ATTnTTm?TTTTV/r "TIIKATKIt ERNEST CRAWrORD, Manager
UUUUKIUIW BEAUTIFUL" Thone.: Main &18». Home FJ3I7
On WEBB TOSIGIIT
Matinee TODAY—IOc, I.V, «■"><•• .
Mil f'llAWrold* presenti the beautiful spectacular fantasy,
BABES IN THE WOOD
100— Beautiful Girls. • Chorus and Grand Corps de Ballet—loo
Pee A Joker In the Army of Card*. Electric May pole Dance, Qrand Ballet of Flow.
ers. the beautiful Kent of Summer and Wlntar and Flying Ballet of Birds.
1500 GOOD RESERVED SEATS NIGHTLY—2Sc .
The magnificent tsn.onn pipe organ piayert nightly l.y Mr. Bruce Oorrion Klngs'.ey.
Monday, Mnrrli 15, Mr. Crawford, will present a macnlfloonl spectacular
revival of the greatest play in American history by Harriet Beecher Howe,
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
1 00 people 100 ; Chorus 100. 'Grand Corps de Ballet _ 100—People—100
Seats now on sale. No advance on prices: 10c, 15c,, :sc, 'tic, 50c, ,75c, Jl.OO. 'f.
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INAUGURAL UTTERANCES ARE
NEWSPAPERS PRAISE STATES.
Interesting Opinions Expressed by
Oriental Editors in Reviewing
Speech and Attitude of New
(By Aisoclatort Tress.]
TOKIO, March B. The inaugural ad
dross of President Tuft published here
yesterday It) evoking • appreciative
comment! for the statesmanlike views
embodied in it. The press of Japan
Joins in , eulogizing Tuft for his in
augural utterance* The lending papers
praise editorially the now presidents
proved qualifications as an adminis
trator. The Kokumln makes the fol
lowing editorial comment!
"Tho address testifies to the states
manlike character of President . Taft's
Ideas. Regarding Immigration his views
are ideal and exceedingly satisfactory
to the government and people .of
The Nlchl Nlchl prints tho following
"There are two things in Tart's ad
dress which demand our attention.
These are tariff reform and immigra
tion. Respecting the former, the for
boded reduction of rates promises trade
expansion for both countries.
"In regard to the latter, wo are satis
fled that he has prepared steps to sup
press anti-Japanism in America."
The Asahl says;
"None of the American presidents
has been unfriendly to Japan, but none
has possessed President Taft's , per
sonal knowledge of tho Japanese peo
"The result of his direct observation
has been especially noteworthy and
satisfactory. He urges legislation en
abling federal government to enforce
the treaty rights of aliens and we are,
convinced that the traditional rela
tions between the two countries will
be greatly strengthened by Ta.ft'a ad
The Hochi comments as follows:
'■Roosevelt rendered invaluable . ser
vice at the most critical moment of
Japan's history, anil we profoundly re
gret his ■ departure from the White
House, but we are rejoiced to find a
Cause for consolation in the fact that
his policy is certain to be embodied In
the administration of his successor. -
"Taft -has many friends among our
own politicians, for his friendliness has
already been manifested. A brilliant
future can bo expected confidently in
the redatlons between the two coun
The JIJi and others papers comment
editorially in a similar strain and ex
press great confidence In the growth
of amicable relations between the two
great neighbors of the Pacific.
TO HEAR TALK AT OXFORD
Social Member of Parliament Hooted
and Made Target of by
OXFORD, England, March r>.--At a
meeting of the University Fabian so
ciety in the town hull her,, tonight
James Kier Hardie, social memh. i of
parliament, who was to have been tho
principal speaker, was unable to gain
a hearing because of/the hostile demon
stration of the undergraduates. Amid
scenes of the greatest disorder fire
crackera were exploded, automobMp
horns were, blown, there were hursTs
of shouts and song by the students,
egsrs and oranges were thrown and tho
platform was stormed,
Many free fights occurred during tho
demonstration. The proctor of the.
university vainly appealed to thr> un
dergraduates to give Mr. Hardie a
hearing, but they refused, find tho
meeting eventually was broken up.
MONTANAN CONVICTED OF
FIRST DEGREE MURDER
Miner Who Killed Partner Pleads In.
sanity—Gets Life Impris
VIRGINIA CITY, Mont.. March 5.—
John 11. Anthony was convicted of mur
der In the fITSt degree by a jury here
tioduy and his .sentence was fixed at
Anthony killed A. Moraw at the Bay
Horse mine, near Parrott, December 26
last. The murder resulted from a quar
rel between the two men over a mining
Guy Torrance, in years eld, Btepson of
the murdered man, at the trial graph
ically told how Anthony hud shot his
stepfather twice as they were walking
down the hill, and but for hi* pleading
would have tired the third shot. The
defense pleaded Insanity. The prison* r
refused to aid his attorneys in any way
during the trial.
Receiver to Operate Road
NEW TOIUC March S. — Vice chan
cellor Howell today : wied an ordtr
authorizing Jerome D, Gedney, reoelv
er nt tiio Solomon River k- Council City
railroad on the Beward peninsula,
Alaska, '>" operate the road during the
open season In the coming summer.
.\ir. Gedney ua^ appointed reoelver in
FKAK UK LOUT HK.\l> There l« «
rumor In Manila that Lieutenant Harry 1..
Kins of thfl First cavalry and a detach
ment nr (hut r.Ri nt. who have been map
pint '!<• interior of northern Luzon, have
become the victims of head hunter*.
AMUS^ENTS ~ r
MOROSCO'S BURBANK> THEATER' i ; TsuccitssE^'
;: I/OH ASSSLKsV IMAIIIM. BIOUK. HOUBt- '
solly out ; J^o^ sold out t
SOLD OUT J&o&a'Sc SOLD OUT ■■;.;
. ■ Get jour Mat* now fur second big- wrek beginning tomorrow matinee
SEATS ON SALE A WEEK AHEAD
Well, we told you rci. ' All seats aro sold for today's matinee and for tonight,l,-They're
going fast for next week, too. You'll have to hurry If you want to ■•• this groat I 1™"
Royalty Play. Matinees tomorrow, Thursday and Saturday. Curtains at 8 ana I. Its i
a ca« of ilrst com« first served. Don't delay. Do It now. j3^H
SEATS ON SALE A WEEK AHEAD
Regular Burbank prices: Nights,, 10«, lie, 3Jc. 60c. •: Matinees,' 10c, :80.
HAMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER <B lld Ols?. S n<
.. MAWNKb'tODAv'" Slh "hat* Odd Comedian" LAST TIME TONIOHT
MR. HARRY , WHO'S
BERESFORD in YOUR FRIEND
Regular MajMtla prices: '.'sc, BOc, 76c. It. A few front rows f1.50.
AM, NEXT WKKR Matinees Tomorrow, WeilniHKlii.v and Saturday.
Nixon & Zimmerman serve the merrlost of all musical fantasies,
The Gingerbread Man
1 ' ' U■< .. >nnn ■' ■■ * '- " '
I Sent Sale I ' • I Matinee I I Seat Sale. I
!f!iMt Open I .I - Tomorrow * I I ' Now • Open I ;
Now Open | Tomorrow | | Now Open I
Regular Majastlo prices: :;.v. Fine 750,' >1. a few front rows $1.50.
ORPHEUM THEATER V , MBo[h <ph'o Vne r. sr mj!
THE WORLD'S X J^ m_J __ '11 _ Are to Be Seen
STARS in Every Lin. V3ll QP VlllG Twice Ev" V D*r.
Appearing in V Cl UU^ V l**y , t the ORPHEUM
SELDOMS' VENUS HARVEY FAMILY
Living Marble. ' , Famous Aerlallsts.
JOHNNY McVEIGH Matinee "WIRELESS"
, anil College Girls. ITlttllHCC wuh Ldo Cordova & Co.
BYRON & LANGDON TodaY PAUL LA CROIX
"Th« Dude Detective." . x »-"-»•»/ , Handy Handler of Hats. ; .
Royal Italian Quartet "T" FOUR STROLLERS 1
Grand Opera Selections. ' Musical Novelty.
ORPHKUM MOTION riCTURES ■ .
Nights—inc. »c toe. 75c. » Matinees Dslly—loa. »c . too.
BtTI tern TUP4TirD • I 'Matinees TODAY and TOMORROW.
EL,ASCO 1 rl—A I _X . rhoness Broadway 160»; Home A 3910.
. , " TONIGHT AND AM. THIS V WEEK
LKWIS S. STOKK and the Relasco theater company present Rachel Crothers', success
ful comedy drama of western life,
THE THREE OF US
»it week The first production on any stage of George Broadhurst's new play, "THE
illlll.Alt MARK." Seats now on sale. •
G o ,., n /"\r>— — A ITfITTCI? Matinees TODAY and TOMORROW.
RAND OPERA HUUO— , phones., Both—1»«T.
TONIGHT AND AM. this ; wi:kk \ ;
FERRIS HARTMAN and Ills big singing organization in Sousa's famous comic opera
Next week—Audran's tuneful masterpiece. "OI.IVK.TTK." Seats now on sale,
■B^MK 'If t~* WJTs\ TT -
MA OPERA, HOUSE *■'• *■*• •■»*"•*•,
Week March B. matinees Wnlnmdar and Saturday.
KLAW C& ERLANGER
Present their original New York company In Bir Gilbert Tarker's great drama.
THE RIGHT OF WAY
with Guy Standing and Theodore Roberts In their famous Impersonations of Charley
Merle and Joe Portugats , k-i,... ........
Peats selling. Prices: 11.50 ,to ,B»e.
W AT r^Tjiia TUC- a TOT? I'Uone* t-bi>U Grand aye.. between' 7th and lib
AJL.IVC.K inaftlKii Main 4400. .1. Harry Pleper, lessee'and Mgr.
TIIK BUT VOI)K%'II—-Wulllvan-Consldlne Circuit. -
Bigger, better and busier than ever. ,'
MATINEE Henry 1.. Anerharh * Co., character sketch! Rosa. Roma, - violin
every day at 3 p.m. virtuoso Willis West and Mlllan Howell, two German aristocrats:
100 and JOo. Klnw Klwnod, In new specially: Ray -W. ■ Snow,, "The Man .About
Every night at Town," entertaining, original: Joseph Manley, ■ premier baritone;
8:15 dud,i, world famous gymnast. Walkerscope, new first , run picture.
10c, Ho, ltd, Sso. Mow Travellette and lllunlr:itcil sung. Complete orchestra. ,two
All seats reserved, <<nd one-half-hour show. _____^^^ *
T OS ANGELES THEATER • D f r^c""u.H«ntcen. o,dwt,
" Wonderful Vaudeville
EVERY DAY AND EVEftV NHillT lOC, 20c, 30C.
T OS ANGELES RACING ASSOCIATION
h7 RACES EVERY WEEK DAY \TJ
/ , Rain or Shine /
Saturday, March THE LOS ANGELES $5000
DERBY— best three-year-olds will compete.
Santa Anita Park
Pacific Electric and Southern I'xlHi' Kacsi Trains direct la sr:in<l stand.
ROUND TRIP 25c ' ADMISSION $1.00 ;
Pleasure and Sight-seeing Trolley Trips
for Tourists. Saturday and jfiSß^K
Sunday Excursion Rate $2 to mmm
MT. LOWE W
The most wonderful and beautiful Mountain Trolley Trip, in the
world. Through cars at 8, 9, 10 a. m., 1:15 and 3:45 p. m.
\ The Valleys
Through the orange groves SIERRA MADRE, CO VINA and
• GLENDORA. Out Glendale Way to CASA VERDUGO, the
quaint old Spanish Restaurant, for good'things to eat.
LONG BEACH — the Atlantic City of the- Pacific— along the
seashore to HUNTINGTON BEACH, NEWPORT and BALBOA
Pacific Electric Railway
_r^V ■■■■■• 'A I ■ A * '-■"■■'.-
Quickest Line to
the Ocean dOk
Take a trolley ride to Venice, Ocean Park or TO, V[^r MB
Santa Monica. Redondo—Delightful nine-mile
ride along the ocean. Fish at Long Wharf, Port
Los Angeles, or Playa del Rey.
Los Angeles-Pacific Ry\
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Hill Street Station, Between Fourth and Fifth. V.
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