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Exclusive Los Angeles Agents for "Trefousse" Kid Gloves^
Sales tor Today
Details of Which Appeared in Yesterday's Papers
Misses' $20 to $30 wash dresses at $15.
Misses' $12.50 to $17.50 wash suits
and dresses at $10.
Misses' $8.50 to $12.50 wash dresses
$1.25 Kayser double-tipped silk gloves q^c.
#3 suit cases $2.25.
Boys' double-breasted Knickerbocker suits 1-4 off.
All boys' straw hats at half.
Boys' $1 to #i.so Knickerbocker pants at 75c.
And five lines of white goods reduced like this:
42-inch Countess Sea Island nainsook, $2.7^ a
piece of twelve yards, regularly #3.50.
36-inch Mercerized Coronado Longcloth, regularly
30c a yard, and $2.7$ a piece of twelve yards—a sav
ing of Bt;c.
42-inch English Longcloth of 22 1-2 C quality at
$2.10 a piece of twelve yards—a saving of 6<jc.
4j-inch Princess Nainsook at $2.2$ a piece of
twelve yards—a saving of 75c.
32-inch India Linon of the 30c quality at 22& C yd.
Store Closed 1 O • 1A!
Today at .... I
J. W. ROBINSON CO.
235-239 So. Broadway 234-244 So. Hill Street
CANNED BULL TERRIER
GOES MAD, BITES TEN
Maddened Dog Escapes Into Side
Street Through Shower
NEW YORK, Aug. 19.—A squad of
policemen is searching upper New York
today for a white bull terrier which
suddenly went mad last night and aft
er biting ten persons, dodged a ehower
of bullets and escaped his pursuers.
Besides the ten persons injured by
the dog, a nine-year-old boy is in the
hospital with a serious bullet wound.
He was brought down by one of tho
hundreds of bullets iired at the infur
The dog had been playing amiably
with a crowd of children, when a mis
chievous boy tried the ancient trick of
tying a tin can to his tall.
When the dog objected, the children
belabored him with sticks and stones.
With a frightened look the dog ran
about twenty feet. Then he changed his
mind and came back hurling himself
against the children like a cyclone,
knocking some of them down and snap
ping at everything human within
The children's screams brought
frightened fathers nnd mothers to t!>e,
windows and soon the pop of the fath
ers' revolvers added to the excitement.
Tho markmanshlp was all faulty, how
ever, and oven two policemen were un
able to bring the dog down before
he escaped into a Bide street.
DRINKING CUPS BARRED
FROM WISCONSIN TRAINS
Agitation Causes Railroads to
Take Prompt Action
CHICAGO, Aug. 19.—As a result of
tho agitation against common drinking
cups, travelers on Wisconsin trains will
discover after September JH that the
railroads no longer furnish them.
Orders have gone out from the jren
eral offices of all roads which run Into
that state that trainmen shall put the
public drinking cups now Ktipplicd for
tho benefit of a thirsty passenger in
hiding When they cross the state line,
and not to take them out again until
another state Is reached.
Tho new system is. the result of a
rule promulgated by the Wisconsin
state board of health, which holds that
common drinking cups are dnntrerous
and communicate infectious diseases.
DEMOCRATS WANT DONKEY
FOR CAMPAIGN PURPOSES
Specifies Democracy's Emblem
Must Not Kick •
CHICAGO, Aug. "Wanted—
rent a donkey for campaign purposes;
not a kicker."
The above advertisement published
yesterday Is the first movement In a
unique campaign to be carried on by
John F. Delaney, a candidate for the
Democratic nomination for representa
tive In congress for the third district.
Mr. Delaney Intends carrying on street
corner meetings, using the donkey, Urn
emblem of the Democrats, as standard
bearer A cart accommodating five
speakers will be constructed and musi
cians will be taken on each speaking
expedition. Mr. Dolaney la a Chicago
GORDON, AGED ONLY 77,
SEEKS SEAT IN SENATE
Veteran Legislator of Mississippi
Declares His Political Ac
tivity Has Not Ended
CHICAGO, Aug. I!).—Former United
States Senator James Gordon of Mis
sissippi has come to Chicago for a brief
"play day" before engaging In the sen
atorial campaign in his state.
"It isn't that I feel the need of re3t,
but even a man as young as 77 years
needs a little vacation when he is
about to enter upon some particularly
arduous task," said tho picturesque
southerner, who was in the Mississippi
legislature before most of the members
of that body were born. He was seated
in a box in a downtown theater when
he mads these remarks lust evening.
"1 need a little of this occasionally
to rest up on," he said with a sweep
of his hand toward the activity on the
other side of the footlights. "The
primaries are a year away, and they
already arc engaged In the senatorial
campaign," he said.
"Ma speak: Well, how am I going to
keep away from it? I have, been in
politics all my life, and although I
have said time and again that I would
bo out of it all this year I know what
the result will be. I'll be right back
on the stump again. I'm just as good
as I was a quarter of a century ago,
so I can't really give any reason why
I should ftop now."
WANT LAWS AGAINST
Colorado Men Demand Fair Play
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Aug.
19. — More stringent laws against mis
representation of mining property for
the purpose of sale, and a law requir
ing that geological statistics be com
piled and kept on file for prospective
buyers of mining- stocks or properly,
were the chief recommendations made
at a meeting of the Colorado chamber
of the American Mining congress held
here last night.
The mining men take the stand that
a law should be passi <1 making mis
representation of stock for purpose of
pale a separate offense and punishable
as such. They hold that the pur
chasing public la entitled to the facts
regarding the mining Industry, and
that the only way to obtain this is
to have a law requiring the compila
tion of geological statistics ana that
they should be filed at the state capi
Suggestions were also offered that
tho various branches of the mining in
dustry, such as coal, petroleum and
metal be affiliated In order to carry on
the work along the same lines and for
FLIGHT OF BIRDS LEADS
TO DISCOVERY OF CORPSE
NEW YORK, Aug. 19.—The wheel
ing night of nocks of birds drew berry
pickers yesterday to the edge of a
swamp on the crest of the Palisades,
where they found the skeleton of a
In a pocket of the torn clothing was
a New York newspaper dated July 18,
an illegible letter postmarked Buffalo
and what appeared to bo the business
card of some Buffalo shipping house,
Birds and muakratß had picked the
bones clean, .
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 1010.
Attorney General of Indiana De
nounces Tactics of United
WILL MAKE APPEAL TO TAFT
Protestant Declares Acting Sec
retary Hays Gave His
State a Raw Deal
WASHINGTON. Aug. Asserting
that he had been hampered in every
way possible in his efforts to uphold
the laws of his state against the sale of
food containing benzoate of soda and
announcing that he would appeal to
President Taf t, Attorney General Bing- '
ham of Indiana denounced the depart
ment of agriculture officials today.
The scoring occurred in the hearing
held licre in connection with the case
of Williams Bros, and others against
the board of health of Indiana, Dr.
Karvey W. Wiley, chief of the bureau
of chemistry and a sworn enemy of
benzoate of soda as a food preservative,
being under cross-examination at the
time. The state of Indiana, which is
seeking evidence in its defense against
the suit brought by food manufactur
ers because Indiana prohibits the sale
of foods containing benzoate of soda as
a preservative," has received a 'raw
deal' from tho department of agricul
ture," declared Attorney General Bing
VI intend to make a report of the
matter to SecretaiY Wilson of the de
partment of agriculture and to take
the matter to President Taft himself.
"When I applied to the department
of agriculture to send Dr. Wiley and
hU ;:s:-istants to Indiana to testify the
request was refused. Yet, the depart
ment permitted and requested the
members of the Remsen board and
their assistants to testify in the case
"The department said if I wanted
the testimony of Dr. Wiley and his as
sistants I would have to come here and
get it. When we came here the de
partment, with Acting Secretary Hays
at its head. Informed us that we would
have to get a court order to compel the
experts to testify. In court the de
partment was represented by couneel
to prevent our getting this testimony.
But the court decided in our favor.
'"I have applied for the original docu
ments on file in the department deal
ing with the investigation of benzoate
of soda and was told that I would have
a court order for these, too."
Later in the day the documents de
manded by Attorney Bingham were
furnished by the department of agri
WESTERN PACIFIC'S NEW
LINE IS ESTABLISHED
Excursion of San Franciscans
Travels to Salt Lake
SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 19.— The
arrival at the new Rio Grande-West
ern Pacific passenger terminal in this
city today of the special train from
.San Francisco bearing a party of rail
road officials and representatives of
the California press signalized the in
auguration of passenger service on the
Western Pacific railroad.
The visitors were the guests of the
Commercial club on a special excur
sion Into Emigration canyon.
Arriving and dei.arting passengers
on the Rio Grande Western and West
ern Pacific railroads will derive their
first and last impressions of the city
hereafter from a j.'.f;c,ooo union station.
The building, which was thrown open
to the traveling public today, has been
under construction jor two years. It
is 417 feet long and 98 feet wide. The
entrances faro on Second south, Third
south and Fourth west streets. The
waiting room is 141 feet long and 83
feet wide. Railroad offices occupy the
second story. Architecturally the
building Is even more imposing than
its cost would Indicate.
SPAIN PROTESTS AT ROME
AGAINST VIOLENT SERMONS
MADRID, Aug. 19.— The Spanish gov
ernment has Instructed Marquis de
Gonzales, secretary of tho Spanish
embassy to the Vatican, who has been
in charge of the embassy since the
recall of the Spanish ambassador, to
call the attention of the holy see to
the violent sermons being delivered by
Koman Catholic priests in Spain.
The sermons, according to the note
of instructions to Marquis de Gonzales,
are insulting to the Spanish ministers
nnd "inflaming the passions of the
CARDINAL AVOIDS DIPLOMAT
ROME, Aug. 19.—Cardinal Merry del
Val, the papal secretary of state, did
not come to Rome today from his
summer residence, again postponing
tho usual diplomatic reception. The
Incident caused comment, as showing a
plan to avoid a meeting- with Marquis
de Conzales, the Spanish charge d'af
EXONERATE YOUTH WHO
KILLED HIS FATHER
CARMEN. Okla., Aug. 19.— T. Foster,
BO years old, a farmer, was shot and
instantly killed by his son Harry, 22
years old, yesterday during a family
Young Foster voluntarily surrendered
to the authorities and later was ex
onerated by a coroner's Jury.
The boy shot In defense of his
mother, whom hlw father hnil nltarked.
BTTT ACPn THPATTTP Heln«-o-Blaokwood Co., Proprs, and Mjim.
E«i-.Ao^U 1 tlr^Al MATIMEBB TODAY, Tomorrow, Thursday,
LAST FOUR TIMES OF THE BRILLIANT COMEDY HIT. "THE WIDOWS
. NEXT WEEK— COMMENCING MONDAY NIGHT
The Belasco company will offer Hoyt's greatut farce comedy,
A CONTENTED WOMAN
AH the new songs from the summer EVoadway shows. SEATS SELLING
EPIDEMIC OF CHOLERA -
SPREADING IN ITALY
Feared Fleeing Peasants Will
Carry the Disease
BART, Italy, Aug. 19.—The epidemic
of cholera in Soutnern Italy-Is stead
ily showing an increase In the districts
affected, particularly In the town of
Tan), where the number of deaths al
ready is more than thirty.
The latest official reports last night I
gave twenty deatha at Tani showing I
the rapidity with which the disease Is
increasing there. The epidemic is of a
virulent type and the death rate is
Even graver danger is anticipated'
from the flying population of the in
fected districts who may bear tho
germs of the disease to regions not yet
involved. Tani seems almost deserted
as a result of the panic, 20.000 per
sons, fully half of the population, hav
ing fled the town.
Fully as many have escaped from
the island town of Barletta.
CHOLERA KILLS 10-000
IN ONE WEEK IN RUSSIA
Fifty Thousand Die from Plague
in Few Months
ST. PETERSBURG, Aug. 19.—One
week's cholera record for Russia shows
23,944 now cases ot cholera and j 0,723
death, bringing the total number of i
cases in Russia this year to i 12,985.
Of these 50,287 have died, the mortality
percentage being 44.5.
The figures are those furnished by
the sanitary bureau, covering the week
from August 7 to August 13 inclusive,
and are therefore fully official. Re
ports from Red Cross sources Indicate
that the actual figures are somewhat
greater, as it Is a practical Impossibil
ity to register every case In an epid
emic of such proportions.
Of the deaths last weak 167S were re
ported from the district of the Don
Cossack, 1507 from the district of the
Kuban Cossacks; 1108 in Yekaterino
slav province; 759 in Samara province;
416 in Uoronezh, 411 in the Terek Cos
sack district, 352 in Kherzon, 334 in the
Crimea, where Russians resort for the
summer months, 333 in Tambov prov
ince and 325 in Slavropol province.
The epidemic in St. Petersburg shows
a decrease, only 265 cases and 13S
deaths having been reported for the
days ending yesterday at noon com
pared to the 557 cases and 233 deaths
reported the previous week. The sani
tary authorities of the city believe that
from now on the epidemic will contin
ue Its natural decrease.
The total figures for St. Petersburg
since the first cases were reported
June 20 show 2079 cases and 730 deaths.
The mortality here in the capital, 35
per cent, is much less than in the
southern provinces, owing to the bet
ter hospital facilities and the experi
ence gained In handling the first big
outbreak two years ago.
DENIAL MADE TO RUMORS
OF CHOLERA IN ROME
ROME. Aug. 19.—Rumors that the
epidemic of cholera which has broken
out in Apulia had spread to Rome are
emphatically denied. There have been
no cases here and the general health
conditions in Rome are excellent, bet
tef than at any time in the last ten
Although the danger of infection is
not felt here, the pope today ordered
the lazaretto of Santa Marta built in
side the Vatican by Pope Leo In ISSS,
during the great cholera epidemic at
Naples, but-never used because of the
absence of cholera patients, made ready
for any emergency.
The influence of the church is to be
used to assist the civil authorities in
fighting the epidemic, the clergy hav
ing been urged to use all means to
force compliance with the sanitary reg
ulations on the part of their parish
ioners. No final decision has been tak
i>n regarding the proposed departure of
King Victor for the cholera region.
The king, it is said, has determined to
proceed personally, to the scene It
conditions become more serious, in
■which caso Quean Helena, it is feared,
would insist on accompanying him.
'united states well
protected from plague
NEW YORK, Aug. 18.—There la not
the slightest possibility of the cholera
plague spreading to the United State?,
the quarantine measures now in force
here and In Russia being so effective
as to preclude any danger of Rup-
Blan immißrants bringing over the dis-
Dr. Doty, health officer of the port
of New York, said today that as a
measure of safety all persons comins
from Russia are held at the various
ports of departure for five daya under
medical supervision before they are al
lowed to embark for this country. Per
sons infected with cholera develop tho
! disease within five days.
WATCH CHOLERA PORT SHIPS
RERLIX, AUK- 19.—An order was ll
sued today calling for tho most strin
gent insportion at Gorman ports of all
vrssc'.s from Orteesa, Russia, owing to
the outbreak ot cholera in South Kus
TWO CITIES SHOW LARGE
GAINS IN POPULATION
WASHINGTON*. Aug. 19.—The popu
lation of Sioux City, lowa, is 47,828, an
increase of 14,717. or 44.4 per cent, as
compared with 88,111 in 1900.
The population of Danville, 111., Is
"7 871 an Inerewe of 11,617, or 70.4 per
cent as compared with 16.3R4 in I9oo:
The population of Detroit, Mich., is
46fiS 76a an Increase of 180.602. or 63 per
cent as compared with 285,704 in 1000.
SENDS SHIP TO CENTENNIAL
GUAYAQUIL,, Equador. Au«r. 19.—The
Kruadorean government cruUer Koli
vrr will paid tomorrow for Chile to as
sist in the celebration of the centennial
of Chilean independence. Former Pres
ident lails Cordero will represent Keu
ndor at the centennial.
KING WITH FRAUD
Inventor Claims Daniel J. Sully
Defrauded Him of Rights
in a Patent
WASHINGTON, Aug. 19.— Daniel J.
i Sully of New York, tho "cotton king;"
John Hays Hammond of New York
and Washington, and his son, Barry
Hammond, were cited today by Jus
tice Gould of the supreme court of the
District of Columbia to show cause
next Friday why they "should not re
turn to Ix-muel A. Greene of Greenville.
S. C, certain letters patent issued to
him for improvements In cotton grad-
Greene had assigned his patent to
John J. Welch of New York as trustee
pending the formation of a cotton grad
ing company, in consideration, he al
leges, for the payment to him of $50,
--000 in cash on the organization of the
company and a block of stock worth
$50,000. He declares Sully and the
Hammonds had the trusts transfer the
patents to the company and issued him
the $60,000 in stock, but did not make
the cash payment.
In his suit Mr. Greene says he called
his patent to the attention of Sully,
who, In turn, interested the Hammonds
and a company was formed. He
charges that Sully refused the cash,
payment to him and then organized, ha
alleges, another company to which was
assigned the patent rights in consider
ation of $1 royalty on each grader sold,
tie declares the entire stock of the new
company was issued to the Hammonds
and Sully "for the sole purpose of de
He tenders the return of the stock in
the grader company and asks the court
to compel the financiers to reassign
htm his patent rights.
(Continued from race On*)
and shingle bolts and many fallen
trees that might have been cut into
logs have been burned.
So far about 200 forest fire-? have
been reported in western Washington.
The association in its fight agninst lire-.
has employed 800 men in addition to
the 125 rangers and patrolmen con
stantly on duty, and has built fifty
miles of trail. The sum spent so far
in saving timber totals $35,000.
Although the situation, up to last
Sunday, was worse than a year ago,
Mr. Simons states that the loss of tim
ber this year has not been so great
as during the corresponding month last
FURIOUS BLAZES RAGE IN
CRATER LAKE RESERVATION
EXAMATH FALLS, Ore., Aug. 19.—
An Immense forest fire Is raging east
of Mount MoLoughiln. fifty miles
northwest of this city, in the Crater
lake national forest. W. C. Neff, chief
forester, telephoned to this city Inst
n'ght for fifty men with shovels and
RUNAWAY TORPEDOES ARE
A MENACE TO BATHERS
NETY YORK, Aug. I?.—A new peril
has been added to the dangers which
must be braved by bathers on the met
ropolitan beaches —that of being hit by
runaway torpedoes escaping from nav
al vesssll at practice off shore. Such
a projectile narrowly missed a group
of New York bathers yesterday at
Noyao, Long Island.
The torpedo was fired from a teat
ing barge anchored several miles off
shore. Leaving the barge the torpedo
shot over the course but suddenly it
swerved toward the bathers. Non« of
thorn paw it coming. A man on shore
warned them. Screaming with fright,
men and women scurried pell mell out
of the path of the projectile.
The torpedo which was twenty feet
long contained no explosive hut th«
huge shell rushing through the water
would have destroyed anything In Its
path. It sped on the beach and buried
Its nose in the sand.
Superb Beach Attractions: [ |w|
-r TT"MVTT/^^T"^ Great Scenic Railway
\/ rHI I\J It f^ Dancing, Boating, Plunge and Surf Bathing.
. V JL—/-L JL\w/JL— / Chiaffarelli's Concert Band.
■ • '■ '•■'] -
y-^ Plunge and Surf Bathing. O*-»*-\4-r>
f JPPQfI Dancing. Concert by Douglas Allen's OcUlLcl
'V^wwt*.**^ Philharmonic Orchestra at Ocean Park _ _. . .
Unrl? 1 Concert by Prof. Gregory's Band at iVlOniPrJ
Adl North Beach, Santa Monica. £> ITlUlliV^a
Delightful Ten-Mile Ride Along the Ocean. Band Concerts. Bathing.
Playa del Rey
First Annual Picnic Congregation Beth Israel, Sunday, August 21. ,
Excellent Boating, Bathing and Fishing. .
Picturesque Santa Monica Canyon
Foresters of America Grand Barbecue and Picnic Sunday, August 21. Music, Dancing, Sports.
To Beautiful Lookout Mountain £^S£££ r«
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.
; AMUSEMENTS . / .
Edwards Davis & Co. f~~ ~] Marion Murray & Co.
•■TW.P.ctur7ofDorlaaOn;y,' ' ■■' ■ "The Prim.Donna.Honey.
f T^iT-» 1 * <__«_ moon. .
James Thornton Matinee . signor Travato
"Songs and Sayings." • Kccentrlo Violinist.
Imperial Musicians Today" Pringle & Whiting
Twelve Soloists. ' ,MV t ',. , \ (-,' r'.'i,', "Breaking Into Vaudeville.'
Prof. Apdale's AnimalS Jolly Fanny Rice
Koo Circus. ■__. OIU-lIKOM MOTION riCTllllKS Mlm'.o St«««.
OIU'IIKOI MOTION I-ICTIHKS
EVERY NIGHT 10c, He, MW, 75c. MATINEE DAILT 100. Ho. 50c
MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER "nbab^xtS:
ANOTHER WKKK OF r.(K I vsu.o , .• I.ATK IPN ANP MTT9IC 81IOW
DEOINNINa MAT [NEB TOMORROW
The Talk of New York
rnic-Bs ?r.r. soo.-Tisc. • matinf.es Saturday and bunday. me. ssc. goo.
ftOS ANGELES THEATRE
ff^Z%£%i§%B»rVA UDE VILLE
MATIVKF KVKKV DAY I SKVKN COKKIXO , 8 Shown Tonl«ht«nd To™,.
AT -'^iO. GOOD ACTS. I row nlglit, M_rtlng at tt:JO.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE matinees today and tomorrow.
■ LAST TIMES TODAY OF " I COMMENCING TOMORROW MATINEB
"THE FATAI> SCAB." ' [ "THE YANTCKB DOODI-E iyKTJX'riVK." 1
MASON OPERA HOUSE ; , w- T SZi^r.
Week August S3; Matlnrn Saturday Only.
Opening Attraction tor Season 1910-1911.
Frederl, Thompson THE SPENDTHRIFT "Lr,r r ßro W n.
With DORIS MITCHELL.and a notable cast of players.
PRICES—SOo to »1.50. SEATS NOW ON SALE.
Coming—MlSS HKNHIKTTA CItOSMVN. ——
LEVY'S CAFE CHANTANT > S^SP.-M^aXt:
ItOOERS STEWART & EL.WOOD. the three Kings of Harmony; 808 AL
BRIGHT, the Man Melba; LA SOI.ITA. Spanish Dancer, assisted by B. ORTIZ;
ALBERT GREEN, basso contante. and KAMMERMEYER'B ORCHESTRA.
LYMPIC THEATER Coolent Ventilated Xbe_ter
LYMPIC TlikAlfcyK |o IM , An,,),,.
ALPHIN ANT) FARGO OFFER "THE BAUaAOB MAKER." with OLLIBJ MACK
AND JULES MENDEL. TEN BIG SINQING AND DANCING NOVELTIES. 100. 200
and 25c. ' ■ |W|
BASEBALL— Pacific Coast League
SACRAMENTO VS. LOS ANOELKBWednesday, August 17; Thursday, August
18- Saturday, August 20; Sunday, August SI; Monday, August 19, at Chutes Park,
"•30 p. m Friday. August 19, at Vernon. !:S0 p. m.; Sunday, August 11. at Vernon.
10:80 a. m. Ladles' day every day except Saturday, Sunday and holiday*. Kids day
Trolley Rides on the P. E. for
Your Week End Outing (<!»>)
LONG BEACH— , .. ■
. of course; la the headline. ! A score and more clean attractions all clay and
evening; the unsurpassed surf bathing and the magnificent SALT PLUNGE,
unrivaled on the coast. The famous Pike, the walk of a hundred flsnu>
the double whirl, roller coaster, aerial spiral way. pleasure pier, with Its
throngs of fishers, and ocean rides on fast, commodious Bteam launches.
And you can wind up your day with a line dinner at the famous HOTEL.
attracts many, with its government breakwater and the lighthouse. See
the breakers pile up on the cliff shore.
ALONG THE SURF LINE—
lies the road to BALBOA, NEWPORT. BAT CITY, SUNSET BEACH and
NAPLES, With tho famous HOTEL NAPOLI and Its unecjualed shore din
ners. HUNTINGTON BEACH is holding the big G. A. R. encampment;
go and fraternize with tho boys in blue. Still water boating and catninr
alone the entire route. A fishing outfit comes in handy— gocd sport
on this route. A most enjoyable ride with the cool sea breezes ana Baity
air putting new life into tired nerves and frayed tempers.
NEWPORT BEACH HOTEL—Special fish dinners; we recommend them.
A VALLEY AND FOOTHILL RIDE—
The road lies through AZUSA. GLENDORA and MONROVIA. CASA VER
DUGO 19 the magnet for those desiring genuine Spanish dinners, In its
quaint little restaurant. RUBIO CANYON, the prettiest spot for picnics in
this section. There is no heat in the cool, shady canyon. STON
OSTRICH FARM is a pleasure and an education combined with its famous
birds. SAN GABRIEL MISSION will draw the lover of the old Mission days.
CATALINA ' J ' »•■■
th« lure of the Pacific. If you 'haven't seen the MARINE GARDENS, go
this week. The talk of the continent, and.the ocean ride Is both safe and
exhilarating. Through trains run from our depot, making direct connec
tions with steamer at San Pedro.
THE MILE HIGH TROLLEY TRIP— ;-
winding up and around the mountain through balmy pine and oak forests,
to the famous Alpine Tavern, with its delicious dinners. There's no fatigue
climbing mountains by trolley, and It's cheap. The view from Inspiration
Point of the San Gabriel Valley is magnificent—and then there are the many
trails winding up to the very summit. Through cars S, 9 and 10 a m. and
1:30 and 4 p. m. dally. Week-end special rate $2 round trip.
PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY