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U. S. TARS DINED
BY LONDON MAYOR
We Can't Think of America as a
Foreign Power. Say Brit
FRIENDSHIP IS EMPHASIZED
First Time Yankee Naval Men Are
Entertained Where English
LONDON, Dec. 2.—Hear Admiral Jo
seph B. Murdoch, commanding the
third division of tho United .States At
lantic fleet, and 100 officers of the first.
and third divisions were the guest* at
a luncheon given at Guildhall today by
fir Thomas v. Strong, the lord mayor,
.•Hid tho corporation of the city of Lon
don. ;11 >)*€i
Nearly 1000 persons sat down to the
feast. The mayor bad Admiral Mur
dock at his right and Ambassdor Reld
nt his left. British and American Mass
■were draped ba«sk of the guests' table.
In proposing a. toast to tho United
States navy, Sir Thomas said the pres
ent was the first occasion when Guild
hall, which had witnessed a reception
of naval heroes like Nelson, Howe,
Rodney, ColllnWOOd and Drake, had
been permitted to welcome as friends
and allies in the peaceful amenities of
citizenship the naval representatives of
friends and cousins from the other side
of the Atlantic.
"We In England," he added, "cannot
think Of America as a. foreign power.
America, is an integral part of the Eng
AMERICANS NOT FORE-ONERS
Replying, Admiral Murdoch spoke of
the American navy as one of native.
bora American citizens Instead of one
of foreigners, as was some times easily
supposed. lie described it as an instru
ment of peace. Referring to the many
questions between the two countries
that had been settled by arbitration,
the peaJder said it was Inconceivable
that any question could arise impossi
ble of sucb solution.
Mr. Reid offered a toast to the mayor
and the corporation, whom he thanked
warmly for their hospitality. lie said
that every American officer realized
what such an entertainment in the
historic hall of the first city of the
world meant, and also what the Stars
and Stripes and Union Jack together;
might mean, and would never forget
that they were twin Hags representing
cne race. __^__...
ITALY CONTINUES EFFORT
FOR PEACE AMONG POWERS
Minister Foreign Affairs Reports
on Friendly Relations
ROMS, Dec. 2.—Marquis Pan O-lul
llano. minister of foreign affairs. in
making a statement for the foreign
office in the chamber of deputies to
"The Italian policy aims nt tho
maintenance of pea.- and tho main
tenance of status quo, of having the
triple allance as a .'-olid base, but
neither the renewal nor the modifica
tion of the alliance has been discussed
In our meetings with foreign minis
"In harmony with 'he provisions of
the triple alliance, Italy maintains cor
dial relations with France, Great "Brit
ain and Russia.
"The armaments of Italy and Aus
tria are not directed against each
other. If. is to the interest of Italy
that Austria be strong, while every
time an attempt is made toward dis
armament a coolness In the relations
between the powers If the only result.''
SKULL BROKEN 8 INCHES.
BUT PATIENT MAY RECOVER
Surgeons in Stockton Hospital
Amazed at Man's Vitality
STOCKTON, Dec. Willi a skull
fracture eight Inches in length and
with the brain substance penetrated.
Charles Murphy, who was struck yes
terday with a coal shovel wielded by
!;. ,v Wilson, hovers between life and
death His endurance is considered
remarkable and a slight hope is enter
i.lin..i thai he may recover. Wilson.
■who committed the deed during a
quarrel between the two, remains in
a dazed condition and refuses to speak
of the affair. His father arrived from
Kiverbank this morning and has en
tered actively Into the. case.
Apart f.oin the arrest of Wilson on
a charge of assault with intent to
commit murder, proceedings are at a.
■-land; pending i lie outcome of
LOG CABIN PLANNED AS
HAVEN OF MEDITATISTS
Specifications for "Philosophers'
Hall' Filed in Gotham
.\"I".U YORK, Dec. 2. The most un
usual building specification ever filed
in New York city ha.- just been re
ceived in one of the outlying offices of
the building department. It is filed by
C. Q. Kolff, a wealth resident of
Stat en Island, who plans to erect
"in Emerson Hill, a village named after'
Ralph Waldo Emerson, a log cabin j
as a "philosophers' hall," to which '
men of contemplative mind may go for
Mr. Kolff has already sent out in- j
vital. to many prominent mi of
iii, country to come to the cabin audi
do their meditating. j
LEAVES NEW YORK 1000 ACRES j
BUFFALO. N. V., Dec. 2.—William
P. Letchworth, aged ST, widely know
.1- a philanthropist, Is dead at Glenn
Iris, near Portage, N. V. With his
death i" 11" acres of park, Including the
falls of the upper Genesee river, become
by Ills gift tin property of New Tork
DROUTH CAUSES EPIDEMIC
ST. JOSEPH Mo., I <-■. -.-• A* a
result of thi protracted dry weather
there is an epidemic of typhoid fever
of virulent form through northwest
ern Missouri. The contagion has been
particularly Stubborn In St. Joseph
and ihero have been many deaths.
BICYCLIST INJURES teamster
SACRAMENTO, pec. 2.—Knocked to
the pavement when struck by ■ bicycle
ridden by E. D. Elchenberger. a chauf
feur, Julius B. -pamniler, a teamster,
was probably fatally Injured. Lichen
berccr was painfully injured.
RAILROAD AND LAND CO.
EMPLOYES IN HOT BATTLE
Force of Workers Tears Down a
Building Constructed by Rivals
HANFORD, Cal., Dec. _.—A serious
clash occurred today between laborers
employed by the Hanford & Summit
Lake railroad and the construction
crew of the Laguna Land company as
an outcome of the controversy be
tween the two companies over , the
right of way at the Kings river cross
During the day the land company
workmen constructed a house across
the disputed strip on the west bank
of the river and before nightfall a.
force of the railroad employes marched
to the point armed with picks and
shovels and, tearing down the struc
ture, tumbled It into the stream.
Seven officers under Sheriff Buckner
hurried from this city to quell the
trouble. No one was injured. One
man was arrested for striking; Charles
King, president of the railroad.
CROWD FOLLOWS WENDLING
TO SCENE OF MURDER
Alleged Slayer of Louisville Girl
Taken to Church
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Dec. 2.—Followed
by several hundred curious persons,
Joseph Wendling, charged with the
murder of Alma Kellner, this afternoon
was marched through the streets with
the. jury and trial judge from the court
house to St. John's church, the scene
of the alleged crime.
Although the crowd manifested no
inclination to be unruly, police reserves
were called to the church, where the
crowd rapidly Increased in numbers.
Court officials accompanied the jury
and prisoner through the church where
the prosecution contends Alma Kellner
was killed, and then to the parochial
school, beneath which the body of the
child was found.
The defense closed its case soon after
the trial was resumed. Court adjourned
until 10 o'clock tomorrow, when argu
ments will be made.
IDENTIFIES SLAYER'S BODY
AS SON; BOY STILL ALIVE
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. --The body
of Hyman Wiener, the supposed mur
derer of Policeman Burnett, is not on
the way to Roxbury, Mass. This fact
developed tonight when "Wiener was
arrested hero and taken to tho city
hall. Tim Identity of the man who stmt
and fatally wounded Burnett and who
was in turn shot and killed by the of
ficer is still a mystery.
The arrest of Alexander McDonald,
who came to this city with Wiener,
brought the climax In the mystery.
McDonald maintained from the first
time he viewed the corpse In the
morgue that it v. :i.« not Wiener, but
Wiener's father, who came here from
Roxbury, positively identified the body
as that of his son.
LAWLOR QUASHES ACTION
TO CANCEL RUEFS BAIL
SAN FRANCISCO. He,-. 12.—Acting
In accordance with the recent decision
of the district court of appeal. Judge
I.awlor dismissed today the proceed
ings by which it was sought to cancel
the 1860,000 bail bond provided by
[Abraham Ruef and remand the former
political boss to prison, pending the
final decision on his appeal to the su
The appellate court ruled that the
order of Superior Judge Cabaniss ad
mitting Ruef to bail could not be set
aside by another department of the
WIFE TELLS STORY LIKE
MRS. THAW TO SAVE MAN
VINCENNES, Ind., Deo. ".—ln sup
port of her husband's plea that he shot
Charles Edward Gibson, a wealthy oil
field operator, in a period of madness,
induced by her confession that she had
been intimate with Gibson, Mrs. Man-
In Moore, like Evelyn Nesbit Thaw,
related her story today to the jury be
fore which Moore Is being tried.
Mrs. Moore said that Gibson had pur
sued her persistently. His office was
in the same building as that of her
husband, who is manager of a circuit
UNOFFICIAL AIR SPEED
RECORD MADE BY HAMILTON
MEMPHIS, Term., Dec. 2. —Charles
K. Hamilton accomplished what is
claimed to bo an unofficial speed rec
ord for biplanes over a mile track at
the grounds of the Tristate Fair as
sociation today. He circled the track
four times, and, according to the
timers, was in tho air Just 3 minutes.
1 second, traveling at the rate of
79 2-10 miles an hour.
Sixty-six miles an hour made by
Hamilton la.st September at Sacra
mento, was heretofore regarded as a
record under like conditions.
FOOD LAW IMPROVEMENT
XEW ORLEANS. "Dec. 3.—Choosing
Duluth as the next place of meeting
and adopting resolutions suggesting (
Improvements In the national pure food
law, the Association of State and Na
tional Food and Dairy Departments
(dosed its annual convention hern to
The association expressed the belief
that the enforcement of the pure food
laws of the various states was seri
ously hampered by the absence of
standards for foods.
TAFT WILL SHORTEN MESSAGE
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.—President
Taft directed today that a number of j
I changes be made in his message, which
wa.-i distributed last night. The mes
sage is an unusually,long one and Mr.
Tafl has decided to make it shorter by
6.00 words. He will direct that certain
sections b< cut out of the main mes
sage and be ■■■lit to congress as an ap
FIFTY.ONE MINE DISASTERS
HELENA, Mont., Pec. -During the
past year Here were fifty-one fatal
accld nts In Montana metal mines, ac
cording to the annual report of the
state mine inspector. 'I'll" ratio of fa
tal accidents per 000 men is about 3.6.
FORMER BISHOP DIES
RICHMOND, \a.. Dec. ..—Right
Rev. ('banning .Moore Williams died
horn today after un Illness of two
years, aged 82. 11. went years ago to
Japan as a missionary and was Epis
copal bishop m Japan for a long time.
Only One "BROMO QUININE," that Is -^ fT*\l /P on
Laxative Bromo Quinine fii * JLJEf^ box
Cures a Cold In One Day, CrlpTn 2 Days %5/ Wo\fC_YKOt^^ 25c
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1910.
Attorney Bacon of New York Is
Checked During Argument
in Supreme Court
WASHINGTON, Dee. 2.—Declaring
that tinder the last two administra
• tions it had been necessary, in order
to "bo a treat soldier, to bow to the
! scepter and be a lickspittle,''. Alexan
der H. Bacon, an attorney of New
! York, today stirred the supreme court
of the United States.
With some indignation, Associate
Justice White interrupted the lawyer ]
! with an objection to what he termed
! aspersions on a co-ordinate branch of
the government. Mr. Bacon withdrew
his statements with apologies.
The attorney was arguing that the
courts of the District of Columbia had
erred in refusing to compel the war
department officials to bring. into
court for examination the records in
the case of Second Lieutenant Wins
lo-.- Hart Reeves, artilory corps, and
to reinstate him.
REF-KCTION ON .11 BISTS
Mr. Bacon claimed Reeves had suf
fered from nervous exhaustion while
serving In the Philippines, and that
his physical condition entitled him to
retirement on three-fourths pay. In
stead, through the efforts of alleged
enemies in the war department, lt was
claimed by Mr. Bacon that Beeves
had been dismissed with only one
"In this day of Imperialism," said
Mr. Bacon, "it seems to be a feeling
even among judges that the president
of the United States can do anything.
The time was when an officer would
spurn the Idea of promotion through
his wife's influence. Things havo
changed now." ,
In a brief filed in the court in tho
case. Mr. Bacon said that Lieut.
Reeves' dismissal would be blot up
on the fair name of military justice.
"If such methods are to prevail."
said he, "every officer will feel that I
his commission Is unsafe In the hands
of an unscrupulous department, and
that flattery and subserviency are
more potent protection to a commis
sion than efficiency In the line of.
TAFT CONSIDERS JUDICIAL
JOBS; SAYS MIND IS OPEN
Several Suggested for Supreme
and Commerce Courts
WASHINGTON, Dec. 2—President
Taft, having his message out of the
way, today began final consideration
of appointments to the supreme court
and to the .court of commerce.
The president declares that all re
ports as to states are mere guesswork,
and he is still of an open mind and
would listen to the claims Of several
scores of candidates. Today he talked
with several senators and representa
tives. His most extended judiciary
conference was with Circuit Judge
Sanborn of St. Paul. Judge Sanborn
has been considered as supreme court
timber, but lias been eliminated from
consideration because of his partici
pation in the Standard Oil decision.
Mr. Taft also talked with Former
Attorney General Griggs of New Jer
sey. Associate Justice Swayzo and
Chief Justice Gummero of the New
Jersey supreme court and Chancellor
Pitney were discussed.
PREVENT LEAP TO DEATH
BY HOLDING MAN'S FOOT
Detectives Make a Spectacular
Catch at Four-Floor Window
NEW TORK, Dee. 2.— As Ginno Bru
nello hurled himself through a fourth
floor window, smashing the glass and
sash, detectives who had gone to his
room to arrest him late last night
caught the disappearing form by the
foot. For five minutes they- pulled
and panted, while Brunello. hanging
head down outside the window, strug
gled to free himself.
A crowd which blocked the, street
below looked on, expecting to sec tho
man fall and be dashed to death.
With the help of policemen the detec
tives were able to pull the man into
the room. They took Brunello, who is
a waiter, to the police station to an
swer the charge of threatening a fel
low countryman with a revolver.
WORK TO BEGIN ON LINE
TO TOWN OF LANKERSHIM
Los Angeles-Pacific will Spend
$250-000 for New Branch
Construction work on the Los An
geles-Pacific's new line from Holly
wood to Lankershlm will begin as soon
as the contractors can get their equip
ment on the ground The company let
a contract for the work yesterday. The
cost of the line, it is said, will ap
The route from Hollywood to Lan
kershlm will bo via Cahuenga pass,
and the length of the lino will be ten
miles. There are heavy grades to
overcome in the pass, but the rest of
the line will lot be difficult. The ac
tual northern terminal will he the Van
Nuys ranch, which is a short distance
LIABILITY BILL PREPARED
SEATTLE, Dec. The commission
appointed by Governor Hay to draft an
employers' liability law completed to
day a, bill which it is expected will be
adopted by the legislature next month.
The bill provides for tho collection of
a state, tax on industries, manufactur
lug and otherwise, including- coal min
ing and probably shipping.
The funds derived from this tax are
to be in two divisions. The first is for
Immediate relief to Injured employes,
I covering hospital bills and physcians
charges. The other, which will bo
much greater In amount, will be dis
bursed by a commission to injured em
ployes in lieu of a verdict against tho
employer for damages.
INSANE TO ISSUE PAPER
JACKSON, La., Dec. .'.a decided
novelty In the way of a newspaper
publication is shortly to be introduced
at Jackson, it will be issued by In-
mates of the state insane asylum.
The paper, called the Bulletin, will be
published very -onco in ■ while."
U. S. SAVANTS WILL WATCH
DREXEL BAROGRAPH TEST
Pennsylvania Aero Club Will Re-
NEW YORK, Dec. 2.—Another test
Is to be made of the barograph used
by J, Armstrong Drexel at Philadel
phia ln his effort to establish a new
world's record for altitude. . I
After the flight the instrument
showed a record of 9970 feet, which
was 256 over the previous world's rec
ord made by Ralph Johnstone in Bel
mont park October 31.
When the barograph was brought
to New York lt was sent to the ex
perts employed by the Aero Club of
America, who reported an error in the
machine, which reduced the record of
Drexel's flight to 9250 feet, 264 feet less
than Johnstone's record. . / -
Mr. Drexel's claim to a world's rec
ord therefore was rejected. It Is now
announced tho Aero club of Pennsyl
van la will take tho Instrument back
to Philadelphia for retestlng, which
will be witnessed by two scientists
from the weather bureau in Wash
CHILEAN PRESIDENT'S BODY
IS STARTED ON WAY HOME
BERLIN, Dec. The body of Pe
dro Montt, late president of Chile, was
removed to Bremen today and placed
On hoard the Chilean cruiser Blanco
Encalada to be taken home.
President Montt died at Bremen
August 16. A few days later the body
was brought to Berlin, where the
funeral was held at the Roman Cath
olic church of St. Hedwig August 25.
it has since reposed in the crypt of the
; church. The transfer today was made
with military honors.
GAG WATCHMAN; ROB STORE
TUCSON. Ariz., Pec. 2.—Masked
burglars early this morning rofcbed W.
P. Kltts' Son's dry goods store here,
binding and gagging Virgil Lopez, the
night watchman. The safe was un
locked, and at the point of a gun tho
burglars made the watchman open, It.
About $50 In cash was secured.
I ffOS ANGELES THEATRE
_7MATINEE EVERY DAY AT 2:30
This Week's Show Is SIMPLY IMMENSE
To describe all of the good things about the
B.big feature acts that make up this week's
"corking" bill would be about as easy as
doing up an elephant in a shawl strap.
3 Complete Shows Tonight, Starting 6:30 Sharp
10, 20 and 30 CENTS. BY ALL MEANS COME EARLY
THE STANDARD OF VAUDEVILLE.
J LIONEL BARRYMORE <l|fflll__
McKEE RANKIN & CO. ES^JR
Presenting "The White Slaver." a playlet fljjpjP■»'-<"
THAT MAKES YOU THINK, l_KB^fi'
together with eight other superb act.. In- •_fejjj|tt!L.V.i_^^
eluding that dainty star of vaudeville. Nls^_j_ll«S__.
AUGUSTA GLOSE _____UL\mmmm\mm
And Moving Picture! ot the Dethroning of King Manuel.
EVERY NIGHT—IOc. 25C. 50c. 75c. MATINEE 2:15 DAILY—IOc. Sse, 80c.
T a TT'riT'rr.'DT.TM "THEATER L. E. BEHYMER,
HE AUDITORIUM beautiful." manager.
Farewell Performances—Today at 2:30, Tonight at 8
:s!!^m*^]k The Acme of Terpsichorean Art
■Km Anna Pavlowa
t^-mrfr Mikail Mordkin
3 Anna Pavlowa
I Mikail Mordkin
jS)^_ and the Imperial Russian Ballet.
TODAY MATINEE 2:30, LAST TIME, "GISELLE"
TONIGHT AT "THE LEGEND OF AYZIADE
SEAT SALE NOW ON. GOOD SEATS LEFT. PRICES: »-00. 51.30. *2-00. »=■».. 13.00.
B^ ___! C B A C 7*"ifi ™L FOREMOST STOCK
EL LAS %* \J COMPANY OF AMERICA
MATINEES TODAY AND SUNDAY.
ONLY FOUR MORE PERFORMANCES
LEWIS S. STONE and the Belaico fOT T j ."< *I *• l_j^ C*' I J
theater company Slant Jules Eckert J^ '1 | \\_______f I ■ -*Vj ft
Goodman's powerful play,
COMMENCING NEXT MONDAY NIGHT
FIRST production by LEWIS S. STONE and the Belaico company of William
* Gillette's famous detective play.
Willi Mr. Stone in the role of the famous detective.
KEATS NOW ON SALE. ' REGULAR BELASCO PRICES.
WM M____W__-----WWMM"^^'''^* W^'lIIM''11^"^*^
Special! Grand Opening
Hotel Maryland Tennis Courts (Finest West of Chicago).
PASADENA TENNIS CLUB
Tennis Tournament, Pasadena, Dec ; 1, 2, 3
EVENTS: GENTLEMEN'S OPEN SINGLES.
LADIES' OPEN SINGLES.
. Sh S HET;v K^N VV.^^AS "OBLNDY AND MAURICE McLOIGHLIN
*ne-ia^ Je'-vicr Fao.fic BlactrlO between Loa Angeles and Maryland during
"neelal lervica on Pacific Electrio between I.os Angeles and tha Maryland during
special -01 Tournament.
Special Tennis Luncheons and Dinners
Informal Tennis Dance Saturday evening. Maryland Mutlc Room.
-^—B___ ■iiiiiwin iimni in .■iiiii-«»"wiwinm-ii —mm ———-—— -—
G_,. m /-.L-fOA HrtTTQPT MATINEES TODAY. TOMORROW. Tl'EB.
RAND OPERA HUUat, Phonei Main 11167—Home -UU6..
LAST TWO TIMES TODAY OF "THE OFFICE BOY."
COMMENCING TO- J FERRIS HARTMAN and his big com- I viCeAtmLel
MORROW MATINEE I puny offer MO Bernard's faiiioui bit. j,j j_\ HERO
PRINCESS THEATER llorae $%£„*s£& coa*4_-i
—On the board* now—the Fib-tickling fare e-cornody. "ONE WIFE TOO MANY."
Guaranteed to produce two grins where every grouch grew before, w 11 *'
Franks. Fred Ardath. Robert Ryles. Rose Mendel. Bonny Browning. Erankle »J«""'
the favorite chorus of tb- City. Evenings. 7:45 and till. Mitlneea. 3p. ra. dally ex
rept T-.ieiiltiy ami Friday. Prkes: 1 Oc. iOo nd ...(-,
* , y i...' '„,:"the follies OF 1911 ggffiSgS?
■_ SHOWS TONIGHT, 7:13 and -:»■ Mat. Mon.. Wed.. Hat.. Sun.. 10c, _oc. «»■
LEVY'S CAFE CHANTANT w^WJß^Wufiffi
_'Hl_ MARIMBA BAND, from the Amason: JACK HENDERSON. Comedy Singer;
POLK, the Banjo King:' THE COSMOPOLITAN TRIO. Orand Opera Artlita
Have You Reserved Your .New Yeai-i Table? A SWAGGER PROGRAM.
f-innu. «o«- mmmm -. ~., norn ma ) (\M GARMENTS GO _W^
JleUV&&?t*mt. .-».5.",56.75 WW
v^rj^rw . _^r __,'"'__-:—, . ' And not one of them worth leaf ... _T>_tv
S2l-533-33S*ir SO-tth Broadway than double the money. If ex- JgiH^.
«•» eHfr-I-Os*^*****^— cv»ir.i«u««w-» traordlnary valuee are any jWW4W«\
'WMITSIKa ITIW inn DAT." criterion to go by, then today a_Wtfl//ryf''.'\
V ■* should be the busiest day of the M&I9 tA'-'_X. 'iA-'JA
' season on the floor below the f*t\\\'X.'j M- /■ \
r "\ street level. :- i!___fV <\
Men's Holiday SilK NecKwear Just In suits worth c»/: 7/5 W^^mWy&i
Four Grsat Values. Vnsarpnsied Selections lo $19.50 .. . . «pU. *-f *aßsP_9_F Vf\
3 St NECKWEAR _5c /ff ««»%3^ our . Tl* Iflß SL|/
F^^tfSSta^ BB^Td Us L. 8n k m FoX -t.^^r'Lli PUT-IS! /M MBj
in reversible style" Lots Persian designs; wide fu |, range of colors; strictly ma"- fefe'^Sl
l!i .won „„« S^n nat. end. full length ties. 860 tailored. All sires. ./tlf $ >M&jmk
of swell new Persian par.- __„i „_ - ," -. _._»•«._. ««,._. — - __ _» If-■ f■i* ' life r_MV
terns in the assortment. -ho Jfor «■ CO AT| Wnrth . $6.75 »W | !«!
75c NECKWEAR 50. M O question about these " * COATS of Fancy Mixture. V>f^ T^'i I
CLASSY Silk Four-in- W being full $1 values. 77-and Black Cheviot; 60, 63 tti**^ fflf
V hands—new holiday All you have to do Is to and 54 inch lengths; man-tail K^/'AA' iii'
patterns. Never have we shop around. Exclusive long coats In tho very latest >i/ -A A si
shown prettier ties at 75e. designs in silk four-ln- styles. _fl__'S^"3;; IJ
Today SOr. % hands. J DRESSES Worth &f « M :-<f »
N -^ to «19.50 «pO. / D W ■ I
• mm—m^^m _m —mmm~m^*^^^^ *« DRESSES of Nunsvelling. •/yl Yf% : V ■ '
[rf»| Glove Sale Reg.l-«Flan-QQC tJ^." br^ n;,;.„ro!dc?; ;-; .rf
«pl Values to $1.50 nelette Gowns trimmings: black bine, gray. H.:'A|
1 „ brown, green and other shades. H .'.,;. : ..- s
OUR regular $1.60 "Kasan"' AN early In the seaaon __i.hu_.l_m__t Kiilerdotm- all t'/i "^ I
i.'ape Gloves; Prix seam. A price reduction that will '»«_« 0U To.iJl Eiderdowns _*" | 4 J<|
with spear point embroidery result In some fast selling on J__S| i""Br' 2jC I■ r ''' I
on back; soft, pliable qual- our Fourth Floor today. *■* ■••'•■ i_ ■• •• • ____>_,'_____.'"_§__. IA ?ft ■'I
itv. Also regular .1.25 Lamb- Long, wide garments, made Mo extra Heavy Bathrobe \\_\f___ I'AA- .1 I
skin Gloves in overscan, or of heavy, warm flannelette: Eiderdown, yard www __* m > .,: . .,...
plmio; Paris Point embroid- white, pink, blue and striped 600 solid color and fancy AC. __emffl.-'.| A^jJ
cry; white, black, tan and effects; high and low necks. weave Eiderdown, yard....'"v '9e_.^^,
gray. All sizes. Today, pair Rogular 11..5. Today, gar- SI.IS yard-wide, all-wool, CI - rVij*^*
(1.00. ment 89c. I solid color Eiderdown, yd. ..'**« Mm?/" J
ROBBERS SHOT AT BUT ESCAPE
DES MOINES. lowa, Dec. '.'.—Four
men dynamited tho Farmers bank at
Garden city early today, obtaining
$1800, A man named Nessa was awak
ened by the explosion and began fir
ing at the robbers with a shot gun.
The robbers escaped.
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YAZOO CITY. Miss.. Dec. 3.—L. C.
Dulaney was adjudged not guilty of the
charges of bribery In connection with
the recent election of United States
Senator Leroy Percy.
HAMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER n^r^-NTH.'
LOS ANOELES LEADING PLAYHOUSB— Morosco. Manager.
William Faversham r^=n
Supported by JULIE OPP and his company ln , TODAY
Supported by ,iri.lE OPP and h!» company in % '~~
THE WORLD AND HIS WIFE
NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MATINEE SOo TO 1..C.0.
BEGINNING NEXT MONDAY NIGHT, 400 SKATS IN SECOND BALC'ONT AT I.e.
First Time at Such Prices 2sc to $1. Bargain Matinee Wednes
' day, 25c, 50c, 75c. Regular Matinee Saturday
MRS. ffiuuo THE CABBAGE PATCH
GREAT ALL-AMERICAN CAST— LIEBLER & CO.. Managers.
MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER M**» •*- Near »'"'
,LOS ANGELES' LEADING STOCK COMPANY.
MATINEE TODAY AND TONIGHT, LAST TIMES OK "TEXAS."
Beginning Matinee Tomorrow, a Comedy with the Tabasco Touch,
AN AMERICAN WIDOW
NIGHT?: J6C, »oe. TJc. MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. I9e, !_«, *«<-.
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MP" *WffßfflSFffj_KP3 New, Cozy, Absolutely Fireproof
J __Tjw *I_. l! w \«| 3_M Matinees Daily, 2:30
I m-*9 _W^f§fS_f^jSJA 3 Shows Tonight—6:3o to 10:45
|L ill --*. fl WlMr*■ B _\ tl IHKKS lOC, 20C, soc.
_HMBM_-_S- __HH_9H4MAfl_P_fnß " Sihenk Troupe, Sophia Tucker. Charles
___T^V_TifiirT/Iv__r 1 ES__lm__rtuT9__Hl Burke _. company, Andy Mi Leod, London
E*l£lll2______________________j_______________3 Quartet, nlngraph.
LUNA PARK Corner Washington and Slain Sts,
• NOW-OPEN—Royal Hungarian Ban Concerts twice dally: the Diving Venus;
Carousal; Hyman's Vaudeville Theater (with Ladles' Orchestra of 7 pieces—four
acts of Vaudeville and two reels of Picture**.
ATTRACTIONS— Railway. Aerial Swing, Open Air Skating Rlqk. Figure
Eight. The Zoo. Shooting Gallery. Temple of Palmistry. Refreshments. NO LIQUORS
SOLD ON THE GROUNDS. ADMISSION 10c. ■ •
-•".x • • . _e^\ C* Under New Management.
I JOIfMOI* M /_ST__a_ Hungarian Cooking.
_TX HI ACL 1 _Ct.iV__f Rainier Beer on Drouuht.
JL X. *' ___ *"* w* Vs-/*_*~*_7 D' O'LEARY *G. F. MOORE. rROPS.
" Broadway. Near' Second. . v
Don't You Think
Saturday and Sunday Rate to Mount Lowe, $2.00.
Dine at "Ye Alpine Tavern"—sooo feet above the sea.
GENUINE SPANISH DINNERS - ::.
at - £' jaJ
the quaint Spanish Restaurant out Glendale way. New management.
Visit San Pedro and inspect the Japanese War Dogs.
Through miles of Orange Groves take Covina, Glendora or Sierra
Madre cars. '
For the Famous Surf Line Ride take Newport cars, passing ten
beaches en route to Balboa.
Other Points of Interest A
Cawston Ostrich Farm, Beautiful Rubio Canyon, Point Firmin,
Long Beach, Naples.
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Fast and Frequent Service from Sixth and Main Sts.
Pacific Electric Railway
For Your Sunday Outing |
Visit VENICE 111
The Winter Resort v 5 X/
Band Concerts, Dancing, Bathing, Scenic Railway Mt_W-___ .
Ocean Park—Santa cTWonica
Dancing, Bathing. Band Concerts
Delightful Ten-Mile Ride Along the Ocean
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Los Angeles acific .Railway
Hill Street Station, Bet. Fourth and Fifth