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rMany , Christmas novelties made qf ribbons
Many Christmas novelties made qf ribbons
are here to be sold to people xvho«have'nt the
time to do fancy work.
(Just Inside Main Entrance.)
XOVS And Christmas toy-buying has begun in earnest.
—~~s!~~~—~~— People who appreciate first choice of the choi-
DollS cest things are making their selections, paying
'. ~~>""" the required 25 per cent deposit, and having
the goods held for Christmas delivery. y
Four-piece sets of play-furniture—two chairs, a settee
and a table in oak finish; $6.50 values for $4.
The "Big Beauty" Dolls, 23 inches high, for a dollar;
remarkable values.
Steam, electric, hot air and stem-winding trains, with
track. Some for as little as 75c. Some cost a hundred dol
•V lars.
(Fourth Floor, rear elevator.)
* a " ' — ••
f*llilflrAl\'t Several startling offerings for Saturday; short
—— " " coats for girls of 2to 6 yearscorduroys, Mel
\J»Qrrfl©Elts tons, cheviots and broadcloths; splendidly tai-
Ritflirallv lored and tastefull trimmed, in blues, tans
— —-^ ' and browns—were $4.50 to $7.50 A^ Q r
RedUCed -on sale Saturday $£•?•)
Children's fur-cloth coats —in 3 to 6-year sizes. Bearskin,
chinchilla and curacol cloths—s6 coats at $3; the $7.50 coats
at $3.75 and so on up to $20 garments at $10.
Stylishly cut one-piece dresses of pure linens, chambrays.
ginghams and percales for girls of 6 to 14 years — were
$1.75 to $3.50—t0 be closed out tomorrow d»1 Cfj
Lot of children's felt hats, and astrakan, chinchilla and
Teddy Bear toboggan caps, formerly priced 75c Z(\f*
to $2, ready for Saturday clearance at tJUC
J. W. ROBINSON CO.
135-239 So. Bromdwmj . 234-244 So. mil Strett
"The Store with a Conscience."
r.D.Uilverwoocl
I 6th and Broadway 221 8. Spring
Marlcopa long Beach
Bakersfleld San Bernardino
Copyright 1W» by Hurt Rchaffner d Mars
Every Hart Schaff
ner & Marx Suit
or Overcoat we put
on a pair of should
ers —means another
1 staunch customer
for Silverwood.
$18 to $40
Freshen vp —get
your head under a
Stetson.
The Office Boy
Tim Old Man mi*-. "It'a
«-on> to keep ii GrMa-bx i
—but oh, the loose
change."
KILLS WIFE, WOUNDS gABY
CHICAGO, Nov. 3.—J< i h mina,
•who deserted his wife ;i yes
ten .1 thp little grocery uondi d i>y
tiii- l»1 t«r today, shot In i I
wounded the baby in her i i and
then fir. ri a bullet Into bar owu head,
dying instantly.
NAVY SECRETARY ENDS
TOUR AMONG STATIONS
George Yon L. Meyer on Way to
' Washington from Cuba
CAIMANERA, Cuba, Nov. 3.—George
Yon L. Meyer, secretary of the navy,
is homeward bound for America to
day, having completed a 1000-mile
tour of the gulf and naval stations.
He plans to be at Hamilton, Mass., to
vote next Tuesday.
llr. Meyer is convinced as a result of
his observations that Guffntanamo oc
cupies the commanding- site as a naval
base essential to the defense of the
Panama canal. The base is perfectly
defensible, capable" of containing a
fleet of any size, and possesses all the
requirements of a first class naval
base that might be established without
great expi
The ■< cretary found that the first
step necessary would be the consoli
dation of the various departments ex
isting at the station Which tit present
are too si ittered for effective coop
eration. He Inspected the drydock, the
construction of which was begun some
time ago, and is uncertain whether it
would be advisable to move the dry
dock to a new site which Is better pro
tected and near which it would be
practical to place, in addition, two
floating docks now in the i
of the government with but small ex
fur dredging.
Secretary Meyer 1 ho was firmly
convinced that only one naval ba
1,1 secure control of the I Car
ibbean sea and the (Julf of Mexico,
with a minor auxiliary station to be
determined in the future.
OBSERVE COLOR LINE IN
MEMPHIS CENSUS RETURNS
Los Angeles Enumeration Ex
pected to be Given Soon
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3.—T
return for Memphis will be announced
within the next few days. When Ki^< n
out, the figures will show not onlj the
total population as in other iiti..<, but
will indicate the < the races,
the number or whites and the nu
of colored hi ins state i m parat : .
This will 1"' the first city In which
the distinction h I "!• .
ii is undei tood also Ihe popu
of San i?ranolßCo and Loa Angeles vill
be announced soon.
VALLADARES HOLDS FORT
AGAINST HONDURAS ARMY
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, \'«.v. 3.—
Gen. Jose Valladares, outlaw comman
der oi ■ Amapala, th< Pa
clflc port of i [onduras, 11 ill i. Id the
western entrance to the republl today
■ i i "conn and tah
attitude.
The Amori(?;in gunboat Princeton lies
off the town of Amapala, but bo
in known :it the capital Comma
i not Interfered with the revo
lutionary niu\ i. Valla
dares, .1 • i] ble ha tred of
A.merli uni led I Im Into nftonseH against
rally. He has loni
undiup ited sway on Amapula, n
being t'i i Ite of the custom house, now
affords him an excellent strategic posi
tion.
LOS ANGELES TTERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1910.
BATHTUB TRUST
METHODS SHOWN
Correspondence Refusing to Sell
to Firms Not in 'Agree
ment' Identified
JOBBERS' BLUE BOOK EXPOSED
Federal Probe of Enameled Iron
Ware Alleged Combine Gath
ers Interesting Data
i luoclattd Press)
PITTSBTJRQ, Nov. B.—After four
days' examination regarding the oper
ations ot the alleged combination ot
enameled Ironware companies, called
the "bathtub trust," Edwin i>. Way
man wea excused today by th
ernment, whose special attorney! are
Investigating an alleged violation of
tin' anti-trust laws.
Wayman today made further ex
planation of contracts by which .lob
were licensed to sell the goods ot
cteen defendant companies. Cor
respondence between Wayman, as
commissioner for the alleged combina
tion, and the Western Supply company
of Bt. Paul was Introduced to show
that Wayman Insisted on the fit Pattl
firm selling only ths goods of the con
cern in tin combination.
George H. Bailey of the Bailey-Far
rell Manufacturing company <>f this
city followed Wayman. He Identified
correspondence with the Hay-Ward
company of Warren, Ohio, through
which tiie latter refused to sell to Bail
ey's firm unless it signed the jobbers'
agreement.
John A. Kelley, secretary of the Iron
City Sanitary Manufacturing company
of Plttsburg, whose firm did not go
into the combination, Identified the
blue book of the Jobbers, and told of
Wayman'a conversation with him about
signing the agreement. Kelley also
told ol several meetings, at one of
which several manufacturers objected
to the agreement as illegal.
Mr. Kelley also said that some of
the Jobbing firms that bought goods of
his firm prior to June 6, 1910, declined
to do so after lie had refused to sign
the agreement.
INDICT 6 MEN IN
COAL LAND FRAUD
Government Charges Illegal Entry
of 131 Claims in Terri
tory of Alaska
(Continued from Page One)
forests are in the Pacilic northwest, he
passes most of his time in that region,
although the family maintains a home
in tliis city at 220 South Bunker Hill
avenue, because Mrs. White cannot
stand the fogs of Seattle.
Mrs. White said last night that she
did not know the details regarding- her
husband's connection with the coal
lands involved in the federal inquiry,
but added that she understood Mr.
■White's sole connection with them was
in allowing his surveyor, a man named
Green, to do some work for C. M.
Daughton, one of the locators. She
said that both she and her husband
have coal lands in Alaska, but they
were not involved in the inquiry. Mr.
White's Interests Include telephono
lines, coal lands and realty at various
points in Washington and Alaska.
Last night Mrs. White received a tel
egram from her husband in which he
reassured her regarding the charges
made against him. In part his tele
gram read:
"I will be home soon. Th« caso will
not come up until spring, if at all.
Won't amount to anything. I never
paw one of Daughton'S locators
they cannot connect me with them.
They would noi !> t Green, cur survey
or, testify, or they would have shown
1 had nothing to <'l" with it "
As White had a surveyor named
flreen, who did sumo work for Daugh
ton, and as Congressman MacLachlan
nays- he boug ' his claim from a man
i Green, I seems probable that he
dealt with the surveyor 'who is in the
employ of white.
■» ■ •
THREE MEN ARRESTED IN
SAFE BLOWING ROBBERY
Portland Chief of Police Orders
Detention of Trio
KAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 3.—On in
structions from the chief of police of
Portland, Ore., three men were ar
rested here today In connection with
the robbery of a safe at Mosier, Ore,
The turee men In the city prison are
Fni.sk Trafton, Walter l'hipps and
„ \v. Miller.
According to the information in the
hands of the local police two others
are wanted in connection with the af
fair and detecttveH have gone to Oak
uh< re they expect to find the
members of the alleged gang of
crackers.
No partli whirs of the crime charged
-t the men nave been received
hi i c.
TRIO SUSPECTED OF NEAR
KNOWLEDGE OF BURGLARY
PORTLAND Ore., Nov. 3.—The rob
bery tor which Frank Trafton, Wal
ter Phlpps and Harry Wi Miller are
n Ban Pranoisoo oc
ler, ' ire., in June of this
Three robber to a general
r. . at thai place, lli open the safe
ecured money and jewelry val
ued at several hundred dollars.
COURT HOLDS HONEYMOON
BRIDEGROOMS FOR FRAUD
NEW YORK, v\ s. Peter McMar
iin and William ulolph, both ot" Ues
Molnen, who v ■■ ted last night
on their an Iva I Ihicago, aci om -
i anlod by thi Ir bi ides, wen
nri today and held In $i>ooo bull
cai ii for examinai on on (Saturday.
The t\\<> men uri charged with hav
iiu; paned a valueless check. The
brides of the prisoners wire in court.
REPORT FRANK GOULD
SECRETLY MARRIED IN
EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND
EDINBURGH, Not. B.—According U
the Scotsman, Frank J. Gould of New
York was married at Edinburgh an Oc
tober 28.. la making the announcement
the Scotiunan says: ' |-
"The lady, Bingulnrl.T enough, bear*
the aame'nirname an Mr. Gould's first
wife." ; f< •.•;•..'' ', ■ ' .-. ''. •' '(
In the entry of the sheriffs record
th( names given are simply Gould and
Kelly. i.
The ceremony, which.. followed s the
Scottish procedure—« simple declaration
before witnesses and the sheriff—was
conducted ! with the greatest secrecy.
After the marriage the couple went to
Abbottsford, .the. former home of Sir
Walter Scott; which Mr. Gould recently
acquired as a residence. . ',
DEFENDS PROPOSITION
RESTRICTING INJUNCTION
PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. B.—Declaring \
that Arizona's constitutional conven
tion first assemblage which had power
to enrry out pledgs in the national
Democratic platform, restricting use
of injunction, M. O. Cunniff. Yavapai ,
county, made a sensational speech in i
the convention today in which he j
j arraigned the courts for the "usurpa-.j
I tion of power never Riven them'" in |
withholding from persons rights cuar- \
anteed by the federal constitution. The |
speech was made in defense of the i
proposition introduced by him which I
was adversely reported by the judici
ary committee and was a feature of i
a debate in which the Democratic |
members of the convention arraigned I
others of the majority. Cunniff said
the Democratic party is committed to
a policy of checking such a usurpa
tion by courts which deprive Individu- j
als of constitutional rights and of j
which there was a growing disposition |
on the part of the courts. He said it
was a menace to a republican form of
government and quoted President Taft j
as to restricting the use of injunction I
in labor disputes. In many instances, j
i declared the speaker, courts abrogated I
j the rights of Individuals at the behest I
of special vested interests.
Practical abolition of the grand jury j
system was decided upon by a vote of
thirty-two to twelve in the final pnas-
I age of Lynch proposition. It provides
criminal trials only by indictment or
information after hearing before a
magistrate, but a superior court judge j
has power to call grand jury session.
AMUSEMENTS
HAMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER K »«« Akisth
LOS ANGELES 1 LEADING I'I.AVHOrsE—OLIVER MOROSCO, MGK,
MATINEE TOMORROW.
JVIA,Sx Wlth the P'By and company l^[3,rV
»»•««» that raptured Los Angeles **
FIGMAN I tort >"«>»■ I Jane's Pa
Curtain rises Saturday night at 8 p. m. sharp. Prices 600 to $1.50. Best seats 11.00
at matinees "Wednesday and Saturday. ,
BEGINNING NEXT MONDAY NIGHT.
SEATS ON SALE NOW. PRICES 60c TO »S.
VIOLA ALLEN
„ Accompanied by JAMES O'NEILL
And th« Greatest Supporting Company Ever Organized, in
The White Sister
lSt__S^« ".^r r =»
P»ying particular at- ▼ 7* J "11 Presenting always tat
tentlon to entertaining \/ s^ "I T| «**< /__ T'T'f II CX best European and
ladles and children. \CL V I V<* V ■«HXV_>- American attractions.
Rock & Fulton , , Howard & Howard
Original Dancing Creation. "The Porter and the Salesman"
Maurice Freeman & Co. M „ "Baseballitis"
•Tony and the Stork" Matin6C Evers-Wlsdom Co.
The Neapolitans Tom Smith & Peaches
Popular Classic Song. TodaV~ ''Their First LeMOn"
Work & Ower 7 Fred Singer
European Eccentrlo Gymnasts I "The Violin Maker of Cremona"
r. op ORPHEIM MOTION PICTURES . ■
Every night. Inc. 25c. BOc. 7Bc. Matinees d ally. 10c. 26c. 60c
•rpHE AUDITORIUM be^tS." *"' SanaoS"
*®c Bevani Grand Opera Company
TONIGHT—
Cavalleria Rusticana and Pagliacci
WITH FRERY, DH D-UJX, NEWCOMBE, SECCI CORSI, 6ACCHETTI, FRANCINI,
WilJi "lc"1 • CAMPARA, ATTAIN.
Saturday Matlne • »-* TRAVIATA
Saturday Night «• TROVATORE
AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA. ELEGANT COSTUMES, APPROPRIATE SCENERY AND
A CHORUS THAT CAN SI NO. $2.00 OPERA FOB «1.00. Seat sale now on tat sec
ond week. PRICES: 25c, s'"-. $1. '
MASON OPERA HOUSE " w-T-__i__3:
Tonight and all -week. Matinee Saturday, KLAW & ERLANGER present
HENRY FILLER
AND HIS COMPANY IN "HER HUSBAND'S WIFE," BY A. E. THOMAS, The Biggest
Comedy Hit In New York and Chicago Last Season. REGULAR PRICES: 500 to t'i.
BEATS NOW ON SALE.
WEEK NOVEMBER 7. MATINEE SATURDAY.
SPECIAL LADIES' MATINEE WEDNESDAY— FIUCES BOc, 75c, *1.00. JOS. M.
GAITKS offers '
SKATS NOW ON SATJS.
Q TWINS
*-^ ■ . WITH
Victor Morley and Bessie Clifford
PRICES 800 TO $2.00. COMING: "THE FORTUNE HUNTER."
SIMPSON AUDITORIUM. ~ *■ * ***%££:
MONDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 7, 8:15 O'CLOCK.
Introductory Piano Recital By
Pepito Arriola
Phenomenal Boy Pianist
WHAT THE CRITICS HAVE SAID: 1
AMERICA The greatest star of the season.—Now York Herald. • _ ■
MEXICO—An angel at the piano.
ENGLAND —The reincarnation of Mozart. •
GERMANY —The Colossus of the piano.
RUSSIA Tho wonder of the wonder.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT UARTLKTT MUSIC CO. PRICES 75c, $1. 51.50, $2
AND $8.50. _______________________________________-____-_«_____.
MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER "near™™
~ LOS ANGELES' LEADINf. STOCK COMPANY.
THIS WEEK ONLY—LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE GREATEST AMERICAN
DRAMA EVER WRITTEN,
THE ETERNAL THREE
NEXT WEEK- BY PERSONA!., ARRANGEMENT WITH GEORGE M. COHAN, HIS
GREATEST MUSICAL. COMEDY, "THE YANKEE PRINCE."
NIGHTS—2Sc. EOc, 76c. MATINEE 3 SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 10c. 25c, r>Oc.
GRAND OPERAMUSE 'JSSSS
MATINEES TOMORROW AND SUNDAY. I'lionm Main 1087, Home A 1987.
A LIVELY, FUNNY. (Mid V SUCCESS.
FERRIS "nd hl" M ••'••"U»ny otter Richard . Carle* THE MAID CS.
HARTMAN famous musical comeily THE MUMMY
NEXT WEEK—"WOODLAND." Scats now on sale. Popular Hartman prices.
COLONEL CHAFES
AT SLOW TRAIN
Roosevelt Pelted with Carnations
and Shown a Bear in
Ohio and Indiana
!SPEAKS FROM REAR OF CAR
'I Am Trying to Get Politics a Lit
tle Straighter.' Says Ora
tor at Warsaw
(Associated Preu) •
CHICAGO, Nov. 3. —Theodore Roose
velt passed a large i>«rt of his flay
walking through a string of sleeping
from his stateroom to the plat
form and back-
He was on a train which puffed
across Ohio and Indiana in such leis
urely fashion that he exclaimed:
"This train "visits through the coun
try."
At each station there was a crowd
and the colonel went to the platform.
Early In the day the crowds were
small, but news of his approach whs
flashi d ahead and the crowds became
larger.
It was the colonel's first long trip
since his return from Africa without
a private car, and the passengers all
got acquainted with him,
Someone walked down the track at
Pelphos. Ohio, dragging tin unwilling
bear SO that Roosevelt might see it.
At several places the people pelted htm
with carnations.
"All I am trying to do in politics,"
he said at Warsaw, Indiana, "is to try
ito get things a little struighter—a little
more decent."
Charles Grilk, Republican candidate
for congress, met the colonel and took
him to his special car, on which he
departed for lowa an hour nfter his
arrival in Chicago.
Colonel Roosevelt will reach Daven
port at 2:30 a. m. and will remain in
his car until breakfast with the Trl-
City Republican club. Then he will
speak for Mr. O^-ilk.
In Dcs Moines he is to speak to the
high school pupils, attend a dinner at
the Grant club, address the State
Teachers' association and then make
an address for Grilk. He will leave
for Chicago at 1:04 a. m. Saturday.
:, '_■_"■' :_i AMUSEMENTS
DlB 1 I AC #* /YTHE FOREMOST STOCK
DEwLMd w \J COMPANY or AMERICA'
Belasco-Blacknood Co., Prop*, and M«r§. Main St., Between Third and Fourth.
JUST ONE MORE WEEK—THAT'S ALL
IT HAD TO NOTHING BUT CROWDS THAT COULDN'T BB
TAKEN CARS OP EVERY NIGHT SINCE THH FIRST PERFORMANCE
AND HUNDREDS OF THEATERGOERS CLAMORING FOR A CHANCB TO
i ' * HAVE THE TIME OF THEIR LIVES BY LAUGHING OVER THB
1 Ci -.RARE FUN: IN ■'.''■ : c ; . . , , „, „
!' ' ' '■-,■'■.--
THE BLUE MOUSE
THE THIRD WEEK OF THIS ; BIG AND GLORIOUS FUNNY SHOW
WILL START MONDAY NIGHT—THERE'S' NO CHANCE IN TUB
WORLD OF THIS GREAT PLAY BEING CONTINUED LONGER THAN
■ NEXT WEEK, BO GET BUSY THB FIRST THING THIS ' MORNING
AND GET. YOUR SEATS FOR THIS LAST—THE .THIRD. YOU KNOW
—WEEK OF THE BIGGEST FARCE SUCCESS THAT HAS EVER BEEN '
KNOWN IN THE HISTORY OF STOCK COMPANIES.
SEATS FOR NEXT WEEK ON
SALE THIS MORNING
THE BLUE MOUSE is being played in the big cities of
• f. the east this season and they're charging just twice the
Belasco prices; that's all right, for the show is worth it,
but here at the Belasco THE BLUE MOUSE at the reg
ular Belasco scale of prices is just the biggest bargain
ever known anywhere. . ;
. BELASCO PRICES ALWAYS ARE: NIGHTS
28c, 50c AND 75c; MATINEES TOMOR
- ROW. SUNDAY AND THURSDAY. 25c
•AND 60c.
. Remember, THE BLUE MOUSE is going to be played for only
-one more week at the Belasco, and that's going to be your last
' chance, to see what is positively the greatest laughing success the
American stage has ever known. - ■ __
ONLY 3 MORE DAYS OF THIS CORKING GOOD BILL
If you want to see one of the funniest ac ts that has ever been seen on a local vaude
ville stage, don't miss those 'comical tricksters.
Martini <2_ Maxmillian
They're simply a scream—they'll keep you laughing continuously tor 30 minutes—
ana that's foinc some. %
A Great Feature for the Children, Rich In Tunefulness,
Mme. Jenny's Miniature Circus , Hughes Musical Trio
of Persian Angora Cats and Monkeys. Versatile Instrumentalists.
Two Real Funny Men. The Athletic Collegians
Hallen & Hayes Leonard, Louie and Gillette
Scattering Seeds of Merriment. Laughable Quips and Timely Son» Hits,
The Laugh-o-Scope . Lester and Moure
Matinee Every day at 2:30—2 Shows Tonight at 7:30 and 9 '
3 Complete Shows Tonight and Tomorrow Night, Starting at 6:30
"Where Everybody Goes"—Always 10, 20 and 30 Cents
ANTAGES THEATER Bro^. «£&,«_•• tkt' JTSS-'.
■ UNRIVALED VAUDEVILLE-STARS OF ALL NATIONS.
A.. This Week—The Most Sensational Act On Any Stage,
MATINEE TODAY.
THE ARIZONA JOE COMPANY
Presenting "A GLIMPSE OF PRAIRIE LIFE,"
fo»tiirin<r inn E YON OHL. late of Buffalo Bill's Show. V Six other all-star acts.
Two Mg shows every nl°ht 7:00 and 9:00. Matinee, dally at 2:30. The on. best
bet In Ansclcno vaudeville —100. 20c, 20c.
PRINCESS THEATER .. Home of ci^?uV«£"c\S*:
Prices, 10c, 20c. 25c.
OLYMPIC THEATER »Sso^oSo^rS
Alphln ft Fargo offer a New York sensation, "THE YUM YUM TREE/ W.
H Jules Mendel. Ten big song hits. • Two shows every night. 7:30 and 9.
Matinees Monday. Wednesday. Saturday. Sunday. 10c. 20c. 25C. __..
LEVY'S CAFE CHANTANT ™™£ «S Dio3o™aKS:
VIRGINIA WARE, the Sweet Slnger"of Songs; BEATTIE BLAKE. Rapid Chang,
Artist CLEMENTINA MARCELLI. Operatic Soprano; THE MILANO DUO,
Scenes from Grand Opera, and KAMMEUMEYER'S ORCHESTRA. _
BASEBALL— Pacific Coast League
pnRTIAND —VKRNOX—Tuesday, Nov. 1; Wednesday, Nov. 1; Thursday,
No*" Sa?urd V ay, Nov. 5; Sunday. Nov. 6. at Chute. Park 5:30 p. m. Friday
Nov ♦. at Vernon 2:30 p. m.; Sunday. Nov. «. at Vernon. 10:30 a. m. Ladle, free
every day except Saturday, Sunday and holidays. Kids' day Saturday.,
©Next Sunday Will Be
Chrysanthemum
Day at
■I VENICE f
jmi a% fK xv Beautiful Chrysanthemums given free to each
II II 1 lad y g°ing on Venice Pier between 2:30 and
9±J\J\J\J 4:30 p. m. next Sunday, and will -not be less
than 4 inches in diameter.
At 4 o'clock Sunday, Miss Marguerite Cooper will sing on St.
Mark's Plaza, accompanied by famous Venice Band.
■* . ■
Tomorrow, Saturday, will be "Billiken Day" at Venice.
"DOWN MOBILE BAY" minstrel will be presented by Billi
ken club of Los Angeles at Venice Auditorium at 8 p. m.
OCEAN PARK, SANTA MONICA
BAND CONCERTS—BATHING— DANCING
REDONDO BEACH
Delightful Ten-Mile Ride Along the Ocean— Concerts-
Dancing— ,
' Take Los Angeles Pacific Cars
At Hill Street Station or Along Hill and Sixteenth Streets.
■.. '- The Original „ /o£&\
CASA VERDUGO m§
(SPANISH RESTAURANT) MjCT^/ /
is now closed for complete remodeling and refurnishing.
Will Be Reopened
About November 15th
Under the Management of the
PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY

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