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EVANS ADVOCATE
OF FREE CANAL
"FIGHTING BOB" GOES AFTER
RAILROADS
PROJECT MAY BECOME RUINOUS,
, s SAYS ADMIRAL
Famous Sea Warrior Says Chilean
P. and Peruvian Trade Sought
by Way of Big Ditch
Likely to Be Lost
IFp'ctal to Th« Herald. 1
NiiW YORK, Jan. 13.—According to
Hear Admiral Robley D. Evans, the
Panama canal, contrary to the prom*
iaes of those who planned it. will not
increase by one iota our trade with
Chile and Peru, and will, if the rail
l'uiidu are allowed to establish rates
to suit themselves, speedily become a
financial ruin.
"Fighting Bob" is still true to his
nickname and now, continuing In the
forthcoming February number of
Hamilton's Magazine his arguments in
favor of throwing open the canal free
to tho commerce of the nation, ho
proves his pen quite as mighty as the
inssest ohip he ever commanded. He
points out that, although the increase
of our Chilean and Peruvian trade was
at first assured, the. fact, i.; that ship
pers would, after ttie canal was
opened, much prefer to go around by
the straits of Magellan, and, instead
ot paying canal charges, pay out the
.same money for coal wherewith to
make the return trip by way of tho
straits.
Cheaper Course
"If Hie canal charges were Jlfi.ooo,"
•ays Admiral Kvans in the course of
his latest article in this magazine mil
itant, "that amount of money con
verted into Welsh coal at Valparaiso
means WOO tons, and if wo allow half
of this, or 500 tons, for the trip each
way, we iind that tho ship can pass
through the straits of Magellan,
.steam up the coast nearly to the ca
nal, and then retrace her course to
her home port as she came move
cheaply than by passing through the
new waterway.
"The point at which the trade, of tho
Pacific coast of South America would
divide between the Panama canal
route and the straits of Magellan
route has been fixed as just south of
Valdivia, in Chile, but by reason of
canal rates the dividing point must
bo shifted north about 4000 miles,
which will give the Magellan route
all the commerce, at least as far north
as Callao in Peru. If we say that
four-fifths of the trade of this coast—
which has heretofore gone to the cred
it of Panama—will remain where >t is,
we shall not be far wrong. Nothing
but a free canal can change this con
dition."
Considers Coal Supply
Taking up In detail the commerce of
New Zealand and of the Pacific islands,
the admiral finds therein the same ar
gument for his place of a free canal.
He goes thoroughly into the question
of coal supply, coming to the conclu
sion that if wo place cheap coal in
South America this move will also In
jure the financial success of the canal.
The admiral passes Into a brilliant
prophecy concerning the southern sec
tion of the country, which he says will
reap the 'greatest benefit from the
canal, because it brings it nearer a
market for the things it produces.
Its cotton goods, manufactured at
home out of raw material grown on Its
own noil, will be eagerly sought by
the people of South American coun
tries.
He points out the advantage of Mo
bile. Pensacola and New Orleans as
gulf ports which will aid shipping
through the canal. lie insists that the
railroads, if allowed to establish rates
to suit themselves, can easily cripple
Hi" canal and can make such charges
that there will be no profit either for
the producer or the consumer.
California's Status
"Fighting Bob" makes the sam»
prophecy concerning the products of
tic Pacific states, notably California.
Ho comes out for a waterways plan In
the middle west, saying that it would
preatly add to the prospective cheap
transportation and would have the
effect of holding in check tho over
charging by competing railroad lines.
Jn conclusion Admiral Evans Bays:
"The bitter opposition of the rail
roads of the country to connect the
two oceans by a canal is well known.
]'or many years it was so effective as
to prevent any company from getting
such a canal or even securing a char
ter to get one. It was not until tho
Nicaragua Canal company, after a
long struggle, secured its charter from
the congress of the United States that
there seemed any hope of ever really
having a. canal.
"The battle in congress for the pres
ent projected waterway to be dug and
controlled by the United States showed
how strong the railroad interests were,
and when the work is completed the
fiction of these same railroads will de
termine whether wo are, as a nation,
to benefit by it or not."
RELEASE LA PORTE
SUSPECT ON BAIL
LA PQKTB, Hi'l., Jan. 15. Mis. Elli
nbcth Smith, arrested as tha result of
■. confession of Ray Lamphere to Rev.
K. A. Schell, now pregldent ot tha
3owa Wesleyan university, wag >•
leased today on $SUO bond.
The grand jury will be In session
iinxt week, when It is expected tl
viii bo a. resumption of the Investiga
tion into the Qunness caso.
- Th© Truelson confession may yet
play an important part In the rase.
This confession was made In May,
3908, by Julius! Truolaon of Now York,
now serving a term for ftvgery In the
Texas Btato prison, and it was fully
investigated by Albert P. .Smutacr,
then sheriff of La Porte county.
Truolson clainiod to have viaited the
(iiiiu: farm before the fire, and li«
told much about the case.
For a time *1> ■ - officers were Inclined
to believe he wan an accomplice, but
later it was concluded that he was a
romancer, and told the story in order
to be taken from Texas anil brought
toLa Porte.
II in possible Truelson' may be
brought lion, because there are fea
tures of his confession which bear
striking resemblance to the Lamphere
confession.
REFUSE TO ARBITRATE
I'IIILADEI.PHIA. Jan. IK. -Repre
pputativts of the sirl shirtwaist strikers
of thin city today after an all-night
:s^i'ni refiwed to acept the plan for
iiibitratjiMi offered by the manuf&c
turers. The strikers are not Inclined to
Bfrce •" :'"y liruposal that (loph not
int'hide a full recognition of their union.
ADMITS HE SMUGGLEP
HAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 16.— G*orf«
Wuinborg pleaded guilty today before
Judge 1 ■<■ Haven of th« United States
.district court to a charge of smuggling
oulum.
. tr.'.'r i* • I- ',
F AILS TO CHANGE
INAUGURAL DATE
HENRY'S RESOLUTION SENT TO
COMMITTEE
STATEHOOD FOR TERRITORIES IS
RECOMMENDED
House Pays Eulogy to Senator Shoup
of Idaho, and Statute Is Ac
cepted—Senate Not
In Session
[Associated Tri
WASHINGTON, .inn. 16 Tho Bght
between two committees over the juris
diction of a constitutional amendment
to change the presidential Inauguration
from March 4 to thu last Thursday in
April resulted in the house today com
mitting the- matter back to the judic
iary committee.
The action was a temporary defeal
of the advocation of the Henry resolu
tion, hut Mr. Henry later announced
that an effort would be made to reach
an understanding With Chain
Qalnei of the committee on election of
president and vice president, which h "l
reported an almost Identical measun
and the judiciary committee would
take up tho Henry resolution and
port it back to the house within ten
days.
The house received the report of the ,
territories committee recommending
statehood for New Mexico and Arizona,
and Chairman Tawney of the appro
priation committee announced he would
try to bring up the urgent deficiency!
bill next Monday.
After eulogies of the late. Senator
Shoup of Idaho the house passed a con
current resolution accepting the Shoup
statuo just placed in Statuary hall of
the Capitol.
Tho senate was not in session.
Cutting the estimates nearly $1,000,000
the committee on appropriations re
ported to the house the urgent de
ficiency appropriation bill for the cur
rent liscal year, carrying altogether
$D,006,516.
Largest Items
Ths largest items aro $1,568,490 for
the military establishment and $1,023,
--569 for the treasury. The court of cus
toms appeals, not yet organized, is
allowed $70,420 and the naval estab-,
Ushment $358.136.
Provision is made for dredging the
entrance to the channel of Pearl har
bor naval training station, Hawaii, to
a depth of thirty-flve feet, $300,000
being appropriated for this purpose.
To continue the investigation of min
eral resources in Alaska $90,000 is ap
propriated and 348,136 is given for the
repair of the Mare island navy yard,
£an Francisco.
The question of whether periodicals
and magazines are paying a sufficient
postal rate as second class matter
will be elucidated at a public hearing
of the house committee on postoffices
and post roads on January 26.
The announcement to this effect was
made today by Chairman Weeks of
that committee. It is expected that a
number of publishers will appear to
state their reasons for opposition to
the proposed increase.
Tho present rate for such matter has
been declared to be responsible to a
large degree for the deficit In the postal
service. Postmaster General Hitch
cock has already explained to the
committee at length tho details of the
estimates of his department in the
coming year.
DISCUSS QUESTION OF
PENSIONS IN SERVICE
Members of Retirement Association
Opposed to Plan of Lowering
Salaries to Supply
Assessments
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15.—The sub
ject of relief for men and women who
grow old in the government service
was taken up today at a joint session
of the senate and house committee on
T?ivil service, at which President O'Don
ou'hu" and fifteen mi mbers of the Civil
Si rvii c Retirement association were
given a hearing.
All the representatives of the asso
ciation declared they could stand no
reduction of salaries, to further a plan
for annuities. Tiny appealed to con
gress for the retirement for old age or
disability and for compensation to
families in case of death while in line
of duty.
,i of the association's commit
tee favored pensions, three favored an
through assessments cm their
salaries, providing their salaries were
Increase d to mcc I the c xpense, and one
had no preference.
Qui tiotis by the congressional com
mill,, showed thai the Bubject was
ilt gerlouff consideration.
NEW RAILROAD INCORPORATED
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 15.— Link
Railroad company til"'l articles of In
corporation today in I lie office? of the
county clerk here. According to the
articles, the now road will be a stand
ard gauge line extending from the
Breecher farm in Placer county to the
end of the Central Pacific branch at
Placervllie.
AMUSEMENTS ;
AVIATION MEET—TODAY AND DAILY ' SKSuu?™
First Time in America Only Five Days More '
TODAY—SPECIAL— DON'T MISS THIS
T>\n,V CONTESTS IN BPBED, DISTANCE AND ENDURANCE.
$80,000.00 IN PRIZES—WORLD'S BIGGEST BALLOONS
Seat Sale Now Open
AT HAMBURGER'S STORE, PACIFIC ELECTRIC STATION
AND BARTLETT MUSIC CO. (Opposite City Hall)
BoxeS ( su »»««■ tor Each Day, » /"% MmL I__ (TOA
Reserved 1 .....:..'--.. ( L-/lIIV $30
Single Admission, Unreserved, 50c; Reserved, Grand Stand, 50c
Extra; Box Seats, Single, $1.50, or $1 and Admission; Autos Parked,
Suitable Locations, $1 Per Passenger, Admission Additional.
30 FLYING MACHINES— EVERY TWO MINUTES
SUNDAY MEET—EMPLOYES' DAY—THE BIG DAY
*~\ AMUT CLUB THEATER m* south nope •*"•»•
Don't overlook th. A TSI pr« , TO WAT ' th * "m"1
chance to n« A 11 VJT E/ 1j i. \J VV IN club's sizzling
musical travesty on local municipal condition!. Orchestra of 35 musicians, dl
recUon of i!i:\RV SOHOENEFKLD, WEDNESDAY EVENING, .TAX. 1". also Thurs
day, Friday ami Saturday evenings. Tickets on sals at Bartlett Music Co. Prltd ii.'c, (1.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SINTUY MOnMXfi. .1 AM VKY Id. 1!)1Q.
BALLINGER-TAFT
POLICY SCATHED
MONDELL EXPLAINS WHY HE
REFUSED REQUEST
OIL MEN OF CALIFORNIA ALSO
OPPOSE MEASURES
Congressman Smith Says President's
Bill Will Meet with Strong Pro.
test from Petroleum Pro
ducers in West
■WASHINGTON, -Tan. l.v President
Taft'a bills on %;n ion., branches of
ervatlon, as prepared by Seen
tary Bellinger, were discussed today
by the house committee on public
lands, In which Chairman Mondell ex
plained the reasons for his declination
to introduce the measures in tho
house.
Mr. Mondell objects to the Bailing! i
bill foi classification of public lands
:, entirely unfeasible. Some of the
others lit- regards as impracticable.
There arc half a dozen of the con
servation bills in the butch sent to
Mr. Mondell from the secretary of the
interior. They will be further con-
Ridered and some member of the com
mlttee oilier than Mr. Mondell may in
troduce them.
Representative .Smith of California,
a member of the committee, declares
'the president's bill for oil lands would
meet with the unanimous opposition
of the oil men of California.
It provides for an agricultural use
for oil lands which Mr. Smith declares
is impossible. He, however, favors the
land classification bill as submit led.
and may introduce, it for the president.
Policy Opposed
The matter of the adverse reception
of the president's conservative meas
ures in the public lands committee Is
one of 'arge interest, and they are tho
first of the administration measures to
reach the stage where there is strong
opposition to them.
That the Republican insurgents in
sist on having a complete guarantee in
advance in regard to the Republican
caucus on the Ballinger-Pinchot inves
tigation in order that they may not
walk uninvitingly into ambush, was
made apparent by the attitude of the
insurgents today.
"Did you read all three of the state
ments issued last night?" inquired one
of them. "If you did, you must have
noticed they were all different.
"We have got to see the perspective
before we go into caucus. We have to
know the program in the minutest
detail. President Taft's statement
was brief and did not go very fur in
explanation. It was well that it did
not, for the details would show that
the regulars of the house have sur
rendered on every point of tho limited
agreement that has been reached."
it' presantatlve Norris of Nebraska
waa among those interviewed.
"I have nothing to say today on the
subject of insurgency." said he, "ex
cepting that the statement of tho
ugreement of the regulars and insur
gciHs as given out by John Dwight
is a joke."
Mr. Norris referred to the statement
issued yesterday by the Republican
"whip" of the house.
Representative Hays of California,
"insurgent emissary." was a caller at
the White House today. Further than
to remark that he had brought some
information which the president re
quested, Mr. Hay 3 would not discuss
his visit.
He declared the "insurgent" fight in
the house was far from an end. and
that while the regulars had conceded
the right of caucus prior to important
legislation rather than forcing mat
ters through with a special rule, this
was nnt altogether satisfactory to the
progressives, who want an entirely
new method of doing business in the
house.
MEN FIGHT FATAL
FOUR HOURS' DUEL
Night Watchmen In New York Engage
In Combat —Survivor Writes
Letter to Police, Then
Cleans Up Store
NEW VOKK, Jan, 18. A duel of four
hours' duration engaged in by two
night watchmen in Park & Tilford's
Btore on Broadway resulted today in
tin death of one of the .participants
from a bullet in the head.
After finally running down and
shooting his companion, the survivor
Bat down and wrote a letter to the po
lice telling them all about it and lin
ished up his night's work by cleaning
up and putting the store in order.
John Ferris, who has worked for the
firm for twenty-live years, is under ar
rest charged with the shooting. The
victim of the duel was John Woods.
There had been bad feeling between
them, and during the night they re
newed their quarrel.
Ferris told the police that Wood*
slapped him in the face and that for
hours they chased each Other around
the store, upstairs and down stairs.
Several shots were exchanged, but
none t<n>k effect until Ferris finally
caught Woods in the engine room and
shot him in the head.
, _.__,_. AMUSEMENTS ......
t->t Vcpn rrTj'-c A'TTTT? ' Belasro-Blnckwood Co., Proprn. and Mgrs.
B" ELASCO THKAIiiiK MATINEES TODAY, Thursday, Saturday.
ELASCO THhAlii-K MATINKKS TODAY, Thursday. SaHii(ln>.
LAST TWO TIMES TODAY of th» big laughing nieces*. "THE GENIUS," N. C.
GOODWIN'S GREATEST FUN HIT. NOTHING BUT FUN!
First Time Anywhere Tomorrow Night
LEWIS S. STONB nnd th« BalaMO theater company will present for the first time on
any stago PORTER EMERSON BROWN'S American comedy drama,
Itgfe Spendthrift]
"THE SPENDTHRIFT" IS PRODUCED BY
THE BELASCO THEATER COMPANY BY
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH FRED
ERIC THOMPSON, UNDER WHOSE MAN
AGEMENT THE PLAY WILL BE GIVEN
IN NEW YORK TWO MONTHS HENCE
"The Spendthrift" li the story of a. young wife -whose extravagances tiring her husband
to th« verge of business ruin. It Is a fine, strong play, with lots of delightful comedy
and some big dramatic scenes that are sure to land tills great play among the out and
out successes of tho neason. In Los Angeles, at the Bolasco, "The Spendthrift" Is bound
to be a whopping succeFS. • •
Regular Belasco price* for this unusual offering. Every night 280 to 78c. Matinees
Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, Too to 60c.
NEXT WEEK FIRST PRODUCTION IN THE WEST OF PAUL WILSTACH'S NEW
DETECTIVE PLAY, "MRS. EASTMAN'S TEARLS." SEATS ON SALE TOMORROW
MORNING.
IN PREPARATION—George Broadburst's most successful play, "THE MAN OF THE
HOUR." This will be the, first time this famous play ho» ever been given by a stock
company anywhere in tho world. IT IS THE HIGHEST PRICED ROYALTY PLAY
EVER OFFERED BY A STOCK COMPANY ANYWHERE.
GT?AMT"» OPFRA HOUSF MATINEES TODAY, Tuesday, Saturday. 1
KANU UfLKA tlUU&ii, Phones—Main JIMI7; Home A 1967.
HERE'S THE BIG
fgSL' tf 100 ROYALTY
£r^j§s£ MUSICAL SHOW
T\(Wl< -C? y\f^ y Commencing Matinee Today
wl ty !Tm . Ferris Hartman
, r\/ '^^5 /& y3& ol AND HIS SUPERB SINGING AND DANCING
'Jl Jl /»li I \M COMPANY WILL GIVE THE FIRST PRO
' ~i- Nr*!l f /%r(&, ; f)tH 'I DUCTION BY A STOCK COMPANY ANY
' S l\% Tr^aili Mm OafS WHERE IN THE WORLD OF HENRY W.
B t-V II L J* SAVAGE'S TREMENDOUSLY SUCCESSFUL
ij*t fcJY V«"~ J y-.J'f PRODUCTION OF PIXI.EY & LUDERS' FA
"I^J ' tS^T**^tolTl^y / MOUS FOREST FANTASY,
\W'tJlMffiMi/\,r\V^V^^. With FERRIS HARTMAN In the role of the
KJ&B&BBISV" /Vl N^*ierSBEi« comli-al Bluejay. and a biK cast of 75 singers
fif-' MbFM7%/[ A'-'i )\t^j>\KXHl and dancers, fetohingly costumed to represent
XS Bfl vW*^/ WnWL. "WOODLAND" IS UNQUESTIONABLY TIIK
FS&r^ml' i./ T "'t-iBftBB'SI GREATEST MUSICAL OFFERIXG EVER
ySs BmmuOl V", WIWI l'i;i;s(;NTl',l) on any stage in this or
*T Jar<flP/;/ \^ T^liS' ANY OTHER (ITY AND IS SURELY ..OlNci
t-J^mrfr~i \ -—'\ yw TO pack THE CRAM) OPERA HOUSE to
P^*Pll / I V^\ -p| THE DOORS AT EVKKY PERFORMANCE.
M (ML /^Bs3v-^<C\ Notwithstanding the enormous expense at
>* /Vl^l ■ lf^o\i\ :^\^\ tached to this production there will be no ad
/^ Vjsy/rl^^jJSX^A' VgjX) vance over the regular scale of
miii W UioVtnl POPULAR hartman PRICES
-11 fta 7 t22_l^~?^\i" \( ' Seats for "WOODLAND" are now Belling fast.
MASON OPERA HOUSE Lessee"^" Sag":
Three Nights and Saturday Matinee,
]fl|^ff|jpltj| Commencing fo-n'T/^ 00
1BT'"»«B Thursday- J d.ll y £\)
E - -^^^gl Annual Engagement of
Louis James I A |U| L U
As Cardinal Wolsejr |lUIf || -^
and Shylock UrilllbV
ASS ISTE» BY AN ADEQUATE COMPANY, INCLUDING
== APHIE JAMES ■
IX TWO KLAIIORATE SHAKESPEAREAN. REVIVALS.
Thursday ( Henry the Eighth
Sat. Night ) - "
Friday Night A The Merchant of Venice
Sat. Matinee v ~
COMPLETE SCENIC EMBELLISHMENTS
pricks 50«- lo 181 80. MA* HALE MONDAY, JAN. IT.
Nexi Week-MHS' lESLIK CARTER in "VESTA lIERNE."
S T _,__ _„T ATTT»TTr»T?TTTM THE HOME L. K. BEIIYMER,
IMPSON AUDITOKIUM OF GOOD MUS IC. Manager.
By Request— Positively Last Recital Here of
Mmc Marcella Sembrich
MI! FRANK LA FORGH at the piano. FRANCIS ROGERS, baritone.
THURSDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 20—8:15 O'CLOCK
SKAT SALE NOW AT BARTLETT MUSIC CO.
PRICES—SI.OO, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 AND $3.00
SPECIAL RATES TO VOCAL STUDENTS.
WAT Vt?T? THFATFR MATINEES Saturday and Sunday.
AL,ii.h,K. !HBrtJ.&K Phones—Fs634; Main 4400.
This Week ;?
CHAS. J. I.E MOYNK and associate players presenting the great society play,
JIM, THE WESTERNER
Bargain prices, 10c, 200 and 30c. • ,
I THFATFR Vint «t., near (Spring. Both phones.
FICPUPD'C T*T-J TT ATTTI? Elmer N. Workman. I'ronr. nnd Mgr.
F~* IVEKK COMMENCING JAN. IT—Mr. workman presents Fischer's Fifteen Frivo
lous Fairies and Funny Fellows In the Extraordinary Extravaganza of Exag
gerated Eccentricity. "THE DEVIL'S DOLL." Direction of .fustl and On«lo«r, Ten
laugh every ten minutes of an hour and a half show. | Hj-iecJal electrical effects. Mati
nee every day. Two 6liu«s nightly.- rii>chei"« price* 10c, 20c and 26c. ■
AMUSEMENTS
MOROSCO'B BURBANK ater . ££5FU t*!2gZ.
MATINEE TODAY—ALL WEEK—MATINEE SATIRDAV
THE INCOMPARABLE BUKBANK STOCK COMPANY IN
MEN AND WOMEN
■I 111- PIONEER PLAY ON HIGH FINANCE
nEoin %? .& C-^^: oA, LE nr. &
HAMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER SS^'W^SS^.
Broadway ncaTN^h": " ~~~ Thones: Maia '005' 11133.
Broadnnr near Nii.th.
[ SV ALL WEEK
; is i%. ', Vi Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
'i 4 William P. Cullen Offers
jlyl^j Efl j THE TCrTTM POLE MUSICAL COMEDY
Iff li ''^-Si^^ REVISED-RETUNEO-ALL LAUGHTER^ '
Hk^jl Gi«s { rciL of 1 Girl 3
gSCl^feli Sonss I ««"■ j Sonss
A REAL NOVELTY
M^^^^^^R^ll^S^M REAIJSTIC, i:xcin.\d SXOWBAI.f. bat-
TLE ROVAI'- ArDFENCE VS. (i1R1.3.
'JT^^^jV *i(&J$S&^ S^jf ""il^ w f
IffjpßnPjp|W^g| l" l . Tl j PRICES— 2S.-. 50c, 75c, »1. A few front
lArSj£H& p. m&V*'tjL2*--~ZT\ rows J1.50. Wednesday matinee, 25c to 750.
V *L~——~'rX~^lJ —s Saturday matinee, 25c to }1.
\:aLm3EB:S ——————
week Charles B. Hanford
Commenc- „ in a modern comedy
sundry, The American Lord
Jan. 23 by oeorge h. BRO.VUHmiST and CHARLES T. dazey.
SKATS ON SALE Till AY.
i'av.ng l^aiUL-ular At- IX T**■■-m *A *-\yr -T JI 1 *•>. I iresentlng alway. tn«
tentlon to Entertaining V auaevilie < b"' Eur°Pean «nd
T ari'.psi anrl rhllflrpn w viLiwLW W AAA.V^ American attraftlons.
Klein Family Ev. Ta^lor^ Co.
Matinee "Jffssas?*^-
Four Readings Today Stella H. Mornsim
F Sensational oquillbnsts. 1 OOay Md r-apln. B.b.rlan . H.«» to .
Carl Nobel Fox an Millerships
.Scandinavian ventriloquist. motjon Artistic Non^...
ORPHECM MOTION lICTIKES.
Nights—loc. 25c, 50^-. "><•■ Matinee* Daily—loc, 25c, BOr.
L/->O AMPCICCTHI'iTFR SPRING ST., TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY.
OS ANGELEb J I H.t.AJLb.K neak 4th matinee today
Rustlcana Trio. i CABLOTTA (Tom T.lnlon and His Jungle GUI*
Yon MlUel & Maynard In her famous loop-the-loop W. C. Hoetfler & Co.
The I,nusta-0-Scoi><\ I on a bicycle. '(.rare Kverctt. ■
* rorciAn FHU'ICS— iop. 30r and soc.
OT VIV/fTJTr 1 THT7ATFR Opposite Burbank Theater.
LYMPIC THEAXJJ.K Phone»-F1402; Main 131
' Alphln-largo Musical Coineily company. Week ,J«n. 10— Return of Miss Blos
som Sceley In "TUB BELLE OF BOSTON," » musical absurdity. Next week,
"TOWN TOPICS."
6100 Feet f?Wils\ Th Glory of
High the Air
THE GREAT
cTVIT. LOWE
TRIP
SPECIAL RATE <£'} (\f\
Saturday and Sunday f\>^»\J\J
■ m + Dine at ALPINE TAVERN, 5000 feet above the sea. '
50 miles of delightful travel from orange groves to oak and
pine-clad heights of Mount Lowe.
Visit the GREAT LOWE OBSERVATORY at Echo mountain.
THE BEACHES
Long Beach, Point Firmin, Huntington Beach, Newport and
j-k Balboa.
VALLEY TRIPS
Monrovia, Azusa, Glendora, Glendale and San Gabriel Mission.
■ Fast and frequent service from Sixth and 'Main streets.
Pacific Electric Ry. Co.
Shortest and Quickest Line to the Ocean >r?SS^3lk
Venice of America Ij|j
THE WINTER RESORT . _ >%
Band Concerts by CHIAFFARELLI'S SUPERB [BAND—
HotelAquarium—Dancing. ,
CAPT. MUELLER'S MAMMOTH AEROPLANE on exhibition
on the Midway from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Daily.
OCEAN PARK— MONICA—REDONDO— Con
certs, Dancing, Bathing.
LOS ANGELES-PACIFIC RY.
Balloon Route Excursion, Station Hill St., Bet. £outth and Fifth.

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