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HORSE AND GUN
ShOW ARRANGED
PROGRAM TODAY PROMISES TO
ECLIPSE ALL
AGRICULTURAL PARK SCENE OF
COWBOY STUNTS
Driving Club Prepares Matinee with
Many Novel Features —Four
Trots and Paces
Scheduled
Under the management of the Los
Angeles Driving club a combination
harness matinee, horse show and shoot
ing exhibition" will be held this after-
n at Agricultural park.
Although the club has held many |
successful matinees in the oafll
months, it is believed tne performance
this afternoon will eclipse all others.
With the experience of the past few ;
matinees to protit by, the horses have
been classed so that many close finishes '
should result. In the third race, with I
such speedy performers as Rrancho del
Paso, Jay Direct and Copper King,
some fast time should be made. Sev
eral new hrrses also will start in the
other racaa.
But four trots and paces have been
.".rranged by Secretary De'orey In order
that plenty of time may be had for the j
program to bo given by the members
of the Out West club.
The Out West club program, which
will be interspersed with different heats
of the trots and paces, will open with
an exhibition of bucking horse. Mrs.
Dell Blanchetti the only woman on rec
ord who ever has given such a public
exhibition, guarantees to ride any horse
in the country.
Cowboy sports, including roi ing,
rope spinning and picking up will be
followed by an exhibition of fancy
shooting by that well-known crack
shot, Capt. George E. Bartlett.
One of the prettiest exhibitions of
horseback riding ever given in Los
Angeles is looked for when the horse
back quadrille performs. Several ex
pert riders will take part In this act,
all riding trained animals-.
The Out West club's program will
he concluded with a pony relay race
and a representation of the Greeley
stage holdup.
Constant work on the Agricultural
track has placed It in the best of con
dition, and it is believed many of the
1 rotters and pacers will better their
previous records.
BEN STONE LUCKY TO
BEAT FAST CHANTILLY
Latter Best but Was Badly Interfered
with in Stretch, Being Beaten
Only Nose in a
Hard Drive
OAKLAND, Jan. '28.— There was no par
ticular feature on the card at Emeryville to
day, hut the racing proved very interesting.
In the third race Ben Stone beat ChantUly
n neck, but the latter should have won, as
he was badly Interfered with by Oratnercy
while milking his race In the stretch. The
lodges suspended A. Walsh, rider of Ora
mercy, for a week. Buckthorn got up in time
to win by a narrow margin from Sink Spring.
Nummary:
First race, futurity course, selling -Tony
Faust, 13! (Taplln), won; Wicket, 112 (Cot
ton), second; Glennadeane, II" (Walsh), third.
Time. 1:1:1 2-5. El Molino, Blanche <'.. Col
bert, llnlrrlnn. Marvel P. Sully, Obey and
Billy How !■ [S also ran.
Second race, three and a half furlongs,
Felling Burbur, 303 (Walsh), won; Robert
Inn i 109 (Cotton), second; Edda, 100 (Oross),
third Time, :42 3-5. Dacla, Amargosa, Stan-
Icy 6., Kerry Cow and Fontello also ran.
Third race, futurity course. Belling— Ban
Sun!.. 12!) (Kettlg), won; Chant illy, 132 (Men
try), second; Gramercy, 112 (Walsh), third.
'i hi. 1:12 3-5. Woodland."!-. Ampedo, Col.
.i.ii I, and Paul Clifford also ran.
■ Fourth race, mile and three-sixteenths,
■riling—Buckthorn, 101 (Thomas), won; Sink
Hpring, I"*'- IVosper), second: Ak«-Ar-Ben, 103
(Smith), third. Time, 8:03 3-5. Bervlcence, J.
i. Clem, Spring Ban, Kap and Trust also
ran. ■
Fifth race, mile and twenty yards, selling—
Meltondale, 05 (Thomas), won; 'Coppers, Til
(Taplin), sccrfnd; Coblesklll, 1".". (Gross), third.
Time, 1:1"' 216. Balnotta, Contra Coßta, .Sam
Barber, Lady nensselaer, Kalserhof and Silver
i..in' y also ran.
sixth race,' six furlongs, sailing Thistle
Belle, 105 tVoaper), won; Biskra, 113 (Colton),
second; Licna Lech, 209 (Taplin), third. Time.
1:15 4-5. liovalta. Ornate, Robert, Dorothy
l.cdgctt, Robeska, Clara Sal and Emma G.
»l»o ran.
EMERYVILLE ENTRIES
First race, nix furlongs, three-year-olds and
I'm. soiling— l^ord of the Forest, Inßham, I 1:.
M. Pry, Hound and Round, 110; Banonica, 108;
Klnkand, Oramorcy, 92; Banorclia, Silk. Mi
Dr. Poughcrty, 95; Hush Money, 105.
Becond race, three and one-half furlongs,
two-year-olds, purae—lnAora, Aragonase,
Cluny, W; Uunc Campbell, 1"2; Frank Fer
ris, ii;.
Third race, futurity eourae, three-year-olda
and np. selling—Madeline Muagrave, Alder
i lull h, 9ii; Inclement, 1(1S; Raleigh, l"fi: Phil
Mohr, B3; RosaniOi y.s; Raxon, t'S; Balnast, :i";
Si V. ell, 103.
Fourth race, one and one-sixtoenth milos,
ilu-ce-year-olds and up, Emeryville handicap—
Silver Knlßht, 103; Jim OaOney, 100; Nadzu,
ort Johuaon, 112.
I iiih race, mile and twenty yarda, three*
year-olda and up, Balling—Daaperado, 107;
ciuupala, Mi. Blabop, Bpeolal Delivery, 9";
X.'l.'in. SI; .Tnhn Louis, 112; Ed Ball H»;
.May Kulton, 100.
si.\th race, alx furlongs, three-year-olda ami
up, purse—John H. Sheehan, 107; Hamper, WBj
Fancy, 107; Port Mahone, J. F. Crowley, Ho
inan Wing, 101; Gilbert Rose, S9; old Mexico,
Napa Nick, KB; Fernando, 112.
CHILD INJURED BY AUTO
Kosie Gethauf, 5 years old, narrowly
escaped serious Injury yesterday after
noon when she was run over by an
automobile In front of her home* 321
Vignes street. The little girl was play
ing in the street when an automobile
driven by John P. Stoll, 2318 Maple
avenue, struck her. Stoll stopped his
machine and carried the child to her
home and summoned a physician, who
found that she had not been seriously
hurt. Last night Mrs. Gethauf ap
peared at police headquarters and
asked that an Investigation he made
in regard to her daughter's injury.
♦-•-•»
DUPLICATING
Patience—l understand a Japanese
bride gives her wedding presents to her
parents as a alight recompense for the
trouble they have taken in bringing
her up. ' \
Patrice—But suppose her parents
have all the castors and butter knives
they can —Yonkers Statesman.
» ■ »
ANOTHER GUESS
Yeast— l see a Rhode Island court
ha« decided that in case of a dispute
between the parents the father ims the
right to name the baby.
Crltnionbeak —I think possibly tha(
this Rhode Island court will often be
overruled, Yonkers Statesman.
M'CARTHY GETS DRAW
WITH CYCLONE THOMPSON
<♦ SAN FRANCISCO, ran. 2S.—♦
♦ Cyclone Johnny Thompson of 1111- ♦
i •* nois. and ye :ng Tommy McCarthy *
•> of San Francisco fought twenty ■*
♦ furious rounds to a draw tonight. +
♦ The right was one of the fastest *
♦ lightweight battles fought on the ♦
♦ coast in years. Each man scored +
♦ a knockdown. McCarthy landed *
♦ ten times 'to Thompson's once, ♦
| * but the latter was the aggressor *
♦ throughout, which prompted Ref- *
* oree Ed Hanlon to call the bout a *
<* draw. McCarthy floored his man ♦
I * in the first round and Thompson +
* dropped McCarthy in the fifth. *
4.* .fr******* .»*♦♦♦**♦*
SAINTS GET OUT
OF COMPETITION
DECIDE TO CONFINE ATHLET-
ICS TO STUDENT BODY
Influenced by Belief That Such Action
Really Will Promote All Legiti.
mate Sports Among Its
Own Students
President Joseph S. Glass of St. Vin
cent's college, in a letter to The Herald
yesterday, states that hereafter ath
letics at that institution will be con
■ lined to the student body uf the school,
j In taking this action, President Glass
believes that he is protecting the
I scholarship interests of the students
and at the same time making athletics
general among the students instead of
confining them to the few most skilled.
It is the intention of the college of
ficials to promote athletics along the
same lines that that branch is being
promoted at the neighboring school,
I Polytechnic high.
With this decision of the president
STOea glimmering the hopes of a cham
pionship football team for next season.
upon which Coach Rheinscliild was
counting so strongly. But. as the
school lias entered into a two years
contract with the University of Utah
this sport may be made an exception,
at least for the next two years.
It is difficult to conceive that the
college officials will put s hnn on
school competition with other institu
tions in the national game, as this
branch of athletics has been the very
athletic spirit at the Catholic ichool,
But President Glass' following words
addressed to The Herald speak for
themselves:
"I beg to inform you that it is our
intention henceforth to confine our
athletics to- our own students, thus
excluding any and all relations with
other colleges and athletic organiza
tions. In taking this action we believe
that we are best subserving the inter
ests of good scholarship among our
students. Moreover, by fostering ath
letics within the school the vast ma
jority of the student body will derive
the benefits hitherto obtained by the
select, skilled few who represent the
college in contests with outsiders."
CITRUS FRUIT REPORT
CLEVELAND
CLEVELAND, Jan. Three cars navels
sold. Market unchanged. Snow.
NAVELS— Avg.
Arab S A Ex $I.*> S
1 Foothill Rlv Ex Arl 1.40
I Pond Lily IMP RIV Paoh LM
nracslrle Rlv Ex Arl i 85
Scroll Blv Paoh >a 1.*5
CINCINNATI v /
CINCINNATI, Jan. tSh-CoOl, cloudy. Steady
on oranges, declining lemons. Five cars
Florida*, two navels, one lemon wild. Florida
lirlKlitK. J1.16®2.00; Russets, }1.10®2.00.
NAVELS - A vs.
Hawk S.Y Bx H.SB
Troubadour A Prenda 75
LEMONS— .
Pet SA Ex 3.73
Arab 3.63
Greyhound J.6Q
Duck ,2.90
I PHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA, Jan, 28—Six cars navels,
one car lemons: sold. Also 8000 boxes Florl
,i,. J1.2.jW4.60, average 80; grapefruit lI.AOCj
4.1f., average 13.80; tangerine 6')c€isl.9o, aver
age 11.25.
NAVELS- Avk.
Full Value TCC Lindsay ; SI. in
Our Pride Al' Highgrove IMB
Pond Lily riiv Pachappa 1.69
Olpndora Heights ACU Glend 3.00
Domestic Sii Red MO Co 1.55
Fiesta Rlv Pachappa 1.80
orchard Hun Riv Paohappa 1.70
Orchard Run IMP Rlv Pachappa 2.10
Pointer ACQ Qlendora 1.70
LEMONS—
ranna si: Yerkcs Spur 3.43
Cosmos '. 3.30
ST. J.OIIS
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 28.— C001. Prices low, ac
count quality. Four care navels and three
Florldaa sold. <
NAVELS— Avg.
Scroll Rlv Pach St. 1,.
Mountain RH F High 1.40
Sunset SS Orange ■' *'•'<
Cluster RH F High '. 1.46
Plain RH F. High 1.40
I.KMONS—
Rygby ha Xx 1.75
Greyhound HA Ex 1.7:.
rITTMtIKCi
PITTSHURG, Jan. Five cars sold; also
three Floridas; average, 11.80. Market higher.
Cool, cloudy. - Unchanged navels, easier
lemons,
N.W EI.B „. Avg.
Itawk SA Ex $1.20
Matador AH Arl ; 9rt
Pond Lily Riv Paohapi 1.80
Troubador AH Arl 1.00
Swan Rlv Ex Rlv l.Oil
Pond Lily IMP Rlx El 1.90
LEMONS— •
Pet SA Ex 3.M
Arab 2.1S
Duck I.M
BOSTON
BOSTON, Jan. 28.— Five cars sold. Favor
able. Market easier.
NAVELS Avg.
Pomona HA Ex $1.20
nod C IMP Covlna Ex C0v..... > 1.50
Champion AC Denman Bon 2.40
Climax Oh Or B Peycke Co 1.75
Red C Covlna Ex Gov 1.40
King SA Ex 1.35
Columbia 2.0.".
t NEW YORK
NEW YORK, Jan. 28.—Eight cars navels
sold. Market unchanged. Criol, cloudy.
NAVELS- Avg.
Stag Api Ex ..' 12.60
Pointer AC<3 Ex : 2.40
Bridal Wreath Covlna Ex AF 1.65
Our Pride, AF E* 1.30
Parrot SA Ex .. r 105
Cavllan IMP Rlv Ex 8.65
Pride of Cal Rlv Ex IMP 2.L"|
Bnwalda tat Xx IMP i ' ] .-,,
Foothill Rlv Ex iii
Pride i.l" Cal Rlv Ex 1.25
Parrot SA Ex . v ,-,,-,
Vista de. Robles Or Stewart F C 0.... 1.05
'Niagara Fy Stewart F Co 1.15
■olano Or Stewart F Co 1.15
CITRUS ITIIIT SHIPMENTS
Citrus fruit shipment*—Thursday, January
27, oranges 102, lemons 22. total 124; total to
date this season, orunges ; :.^. lemons 949.
total 4347; total to same date last season,'
orange* 3519, lemons lull), total 4529.
Don't «lmpl/ allow It .:.> die—Llmt plan ot
yeor«. Finil a llttie capital through advartls
•DC.
LOS ANGELE^ HERALD: SATI HDAY MORNIXG, JANUARY 20, L9lO.
AUTOS TO RACE
ON CYCLE PATH
COLISEUM EVENTS TO TAKE
PLACE AS SCHEDULED
FALSE RUMORS SPREAD IN RE.
GARD TO MEET
Livingstone Will Not Only Drive His
Corbin, but Also Participate
in Races at Ascot
Park
D. W. SEMPLE
For some reason or other there has
been a determined attempt made with
in the past few days to have it ap
pear that the automobile exhibitions
scheduled for tho motorcycle track at
the Coliseum for tomorrow afternoon
would not take place. Livingstone was
reported to have said that the Corbin
car which ho is driving would not take
tne track.
This silly talk will be disproved to
morrow afternoon when the little car
runs up on the board track and tears
off the mile promised. Another Los
Angeles rumor was to the effect that
Livingstone would leave for the east
with his car today. Another fabrica
tion made out of whole cloth. Living
gtonis has m much idea of EOins east
today as he has of buying the new
postoffico building. Livingstone will
remain here for the meet at Ascot park
February 19 and 20, and will at that
date be prepared to meet even the
greatly advertised racing drivers of
the eastern tracks who are coming
hero with their stock cars; and mark
this memoranda down in the little
red book ,that on those days there will
be some of the winter eastern fur
taken from about the necks of the
gentlemen who live among the snow
drifts of Broadway and the icicles of
great Central park and surrounding
the fancy drives of Riverside speed
way, There you have the truth of the
Livingstone movements.
Go for Five Mile Record
Surely, too, Tho Herald has made it
explicit enough that the little Moline
will be here with Harold Stone on the
driver's seat prepared to go five miles
for the world's record on a saucer
track. And in connection with this
statement. The Herald has another
story for its readers this morning of
more than usual interest.
When this paper hustled about for
the stunt in which the Mollne is to
participate tomorrow afternoon, it
claimed that the Moline would be the
first car to make the saucer track run
of five miles in the world. Scarcely
had The Herald made this claim until
Bill Pickens, the champion shot of all
the world on adjectives and schemes
which raise the hair on the head, and
who can peddle more "cap" stuff, to un
sophlstictaed automobile writers than
any man in all tho world, sent to this
paper from Chicago a picture of Lewis
Strang at an angle of about 99 degrees
en a board track, and the prolific
Pickens had a story of what Strang
bad done.
This paper would not for a moment
reflect upon the great Buick racing
team of the past. The honorable Pick
ena with an astuteness born of genius
did gather about him for the Buick
people one of the greatest racing teams
the world lias ever known, but when
Lewis Strang look his seat on that
automobile on the saucer track Mr.
Pickens forgot to tell the public that
Hi.' car was fastened to tho track with
ropes while the photograph was being
taken, and after the photographers had
completed his work the ropes were
erased in the photo and Strang was
shown mailing a ferocious ride.
Corbin Will Not Be Tied
The thousand* who will he at the
Collueum tomorrow will see the Corbin
tearing about tho track for throe and
;i half laps under her terrilic power,
and Livingstone will not be tied to the
I rack, unless tin; eyes of thousands are
utterly deceived and necks broken fol
lowing the flying machine as it circles
tin oval.
Seventeen and :i half laps the Moline
will make, and if there is any human
being doubts the car ia actually mov
ing all they have to do is interview
the coroner and undertaker today, step
out on the track and see whot a mile
a-minute machine Will do to them.
There will 1)0 ii'> tied cars to the board
track tomorrow.
AUTO DEALERS THREATEN
TO CLOSE THEIR GARAGES
San Diegans Say They Are Persecuted
by Superintendent of
Police
sax DIEGO, Jan, 88.— Alleging that
the war declared by Superintendent of
police S'lion mi automobilista who ftre
alleged to have exceeded the speed limit
is resulting In serious Injury to the
automobile business in this cily and
keeping outside autolsta away. a com
mittee ropresenting ;iii automobile deal*
, pa of the city today issued a state
ment I" the effect that unless the
"persecution" ceased they would make
arrangements to dispose of their ga
tgea and agencies. They claim thaj
are prosecuted on the solo evidence of
the policemen who "clock" them, and
have no redress; that often they are
arrested when not exceeding the speed
limit and lined because they have no
witnesses in the auto with them to tes
lilv as to how fast they wiv soing.
The declaration of the automobile
dealers today comes as a result of the
wholesale arrests made following the
entertainment hen- with automobile,
rides or the Washington state boosters
Wednesday, when a large number of
warrants were issued for the arrest of
automobile drivers for speeding.
GIVEN PLEASANT VISIT
Frank F. Matheson, general manager
nt the st'i'i'' -Maihi sun factory, lias been
In Los Angeles during the past week
on a buiineil visit to the local agency—
I In- ltenton Motor Car company—anil
Mr. Kcnton has enjoyed Showing the
genial manager the sights which are
so pleasing to all easterner*. Catallna,
v. aw included and several of the beaches
— as well a* Greater Loi Angeles itself
—were visited, much to the enjoyment
nf Mr. Matliosoii. ]|c left for the east,
stopping at the Qrand Canyon of the
Colorado in Arizona, and will proceed
east via Denver, < Imaha, and stop at
other big points where the Matheson
lias agencies.
CHARLIE SOULES RETURNS
Charlie Boulea, "one of the noted rac
ing drivers of the Pacific coast, re
turned to LiOs Angeles this week and
joined the forces of the C. (■. Slaughter
Motor Car company. Boulei will prob
ably remain here until after the Santa
Monica rbiul races.
AUTO RACING BOARD
GIVES OUT MEET DATES
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. 28.—The
unofficial list of date* for the 1910 A.
A. A. national motor racing circuit has
been announced here. This list mm sent
to W. 11. Wcllninn of this city by B. M.
Butler of New York, who Is chairman of
the A. A. A. contest board. Til* list fol
lows 1
New Orleans, February 5-0.
Montgomery Fark, February 13 or
April 20.
I/OS Angeles, February 18-23.
Birmingham, April £7.
Atlanta, May 5-6-7.
Indianapolis, May 29-30-31.
Boston, May 30.
New York, Brighton Ben<:li, May 30.
Philadelphia, June 4.
Milwaukee, June 4.
Columbus, June 14.
Detroit, June 21.
Indianapolis, July 1-3-1.
Dallas, July 4.
(ialventon, July —.
Kansas City, July 23.
Louisville, July SI. '
Cincinnati, July 16.
Cleveland*, August 1. '
Philadelphia, August 6.
"Indianapolis, August 12-13.
Buffalo, August 22.
Pittsburg, August 29.
Indianapolis, September 2-3-5.
Minneapolis, September 5 to 10.
Baltimore, September 10.
Washington, October 1.
Providence, September 0-10.
Indianapolis, October 7-8.
Dallas, October 25.
AUaitiH, November 5.
New Orleans, November 6-6.
San Antonio, November B-fl and 13.
SUCCESSFUL CHICAGO
MANAGER VISITS HERE
Manager of Windy City Branch of
Goodyear Rubber and Tire
Company in City
A genial visitor to Los Angeles this
week is A. F. Osterloh, manager of the
Chicago branch of the Goodyear Rub
ber and Tire company, and is being
shown about the city by W. D. Newerf,
president of the Goodyear.Rubber com
pany of this city.
Mr. Osterloh, for a young man, has
the golden belt as a hustler in the
Windy City, and it is said of him that
In the year 1909 his sales of his com
pany's products amounted close to a
million dollars.
The Goodyear company has a faculty
of gathering about it a clear-eyed, keen
headed, brainy set of managers and
employes, who attend strictly to their
business of selling tires based upon
sound good Judgment and best advice
to the consumers, and when this is done
there is little- wonder that the business
of the concern grows with such mar
velous rapidity. Mr. Osterloh will re
main here for a few days, visiting the
several places famous for flowers and
sunshine, renewing many old friend
ships and making new ones.
F. & Z. MAN HERE
J. W. Fulton of the Fulton & Zinke
company of Chicago is in the city, a
guest of Walter Chanslor of the Chans
lor & 1.,y0n Motor Supply company. The
house of Fulton & Zinke is one of the
largest brokerage and accessory houses
In the United States, and the trade It
has built up in this section of the
country is of the kind which brings
such representative men to this city
for the purpose of renewing their ac
quaintance with their patrons, among
whom are tho Chanslor & Lyon people.
Enthusiastic in his commendatory re
marks concerning the hustling qualities
of the business men of this city, espe
cially in their lines, would make the
cheeks of those Interested crimson with
pleasure had they overheard the re
marks poured into the ears of Tho Her
ald representative.
Alran American Motor Car Agency,
Amencdn 1210-1212 south Olive
American-Simplex Bekns Corey c oo ra Ca drFiower
A tlac Bekins-Corey Motor Car Co.,
ATiaS Pico and Flowet
filf Arnii California Automobile Co., ■
UdlllUl Ilia Tenth and Main
Hnrric Bosbyshell-Carpenter Co..
l/UI I lO 1226-1228 South Olive
Hlirnrar Durocar Manufacturing Co.,
UU\ Ul»dl - 929 South Los Angeles
FlTlhirA Munns Auto Co.,
LHipil C 1351 South Main
C r/ l Standard Automobile Co.,
rOlCi Twelfth and Olive
Oreat Western 130-1132 south oiive
H^lbH^v=kntt^ Motor Car Import Co '
lldlla(Jdy = INUlkl 810 South Olive
PatArcAn Pico Carriae Co-
I mtIMJII , Pi co an( Main
Patrol Williams Automobile Co.,
I "ll"l 1806 South Main
R^mhlpr w X Cowan
IValllUlUl 1140-1142 South Hope
A- N- Jung Motor Car Co-
OlCl Illly 1213 South Main
Tnnrict California Automobile Co.,
lOUriSt Tenth and Main
1/ I; ' Standard Automobile Co.,
Veil" Twelfth and Olive
rnnHllAntal Anclus Motor Car Co •;/ I
UUIIMIIullldl 1242-1244 South Flower
Pi/Inn I au;lc Angelus Motor Car Co.,
rVlußl-LGWIS 1242-1244 South Flower
PLAN AVIATION RACE
TRACK IN THIS CITY
CURTISS AND MARS ARE BUSY
WITH PROJECT
Airships Are Expected to Be Flying
on a Regular Course at In
tervals of Twice a
Month
If Glenn H. Curtiss and J. C. Mars,
whom he has left behind as his repre
sentative in Los Angeles, accomplish
what they set out to do before the
year is out Los Angeles will have an
aviation race track and at least 100 air
ships of the biplane or monoplane type,
with set races at regular intervals,
probably twice a month.
Curtiss, who made the speed record
at the Aviation week meeting, has left
the city, but Mars is still busy and be
lieves that he can gain enough assist
ance from local civic bodies or capital
ists to put his proposition through. He
is making his headquarters at the
Hotel Alexandria.
"Los Angeles has come to the front
in this game in America," he said last
night at the hotel. "I believe that
enough Interest has been aroused to
warrant the investment of money and
time.
"What we plan to do is to have a
whole flock of aeroplanes here. We in
tend to have demonstrators to teach
novices how to manipulate the ma
chines, just as automobile dealers dis
pose of their wares. We propose to
have a race track and to have real
races in the air. It may be that, later
on, the machines themselves will be
made in Los Angeles.
"Practically 100 machines of the Cur
tiss type have been sold on this coast.
Oregon spiuce is the wood used in the
construction of the machines, and that
is what makes be believe that Mr. Cur
tiss will manufacture his machines on
the Pacific coast—that means saving
in shipments of material both ways.
"We may have to ask for local help
financially to put our project through.
and we are going tc- the chamber of
commerce and perhaps some others,
but it will be a big thing for the city
and will mean a big commercial enter
prise."
SUNDAY REST LAW AGITATED
W. E. Perry, field secretary of the
Internal Reform bureau of Washing
ton, and who is at present in Los An
geles, addressed the Social Problem
club of the Young Men's Christian as
sociation last evening in the associa
tion building. Mr. Perry's subject was
"Some Vital Moral Problems." He
spoke of the white slave traffic existing
in all parts of the world and also the
question of gambling in California,
talking especially on the anti-race laws
of this state. Mr. Perry also showed
the necessity of having a Sunday rest
law, which he is trying to have brought
about by legislation. The law as advo
cated by Mr. Perry will compel every
business house to Close Sunday so that
their employes may have one day of
rest.
It's as easy to secure a bargali/ In a oaed
automobile, through want advertising, v H
■aed to be—and still Is—to secure a hori*
NATIONAL
AUTOMOBILE CO.
Distributors, 1236-1238 So. Olive St.
LICENSJiD UNDER SIXUKN PATENTS
W. E. BCSH. 80. OaL Aceney,
Gara** and Repairing.
mi-i» (SOUTH main.
U«ms riMIL ' Mala 1111
THE TIME
FEBRUARY 19-26 INCLUSIVE
EXCEPT SUNDAY
THE PLACE
FIESTA PARK
PICO, GRAND, HOPE AND TWELFTH STREET
80,000 Square Feet Securely Canopied
Floored and Carpeted
THE EVENT
Great Auto Show of
Licensed Cars
. ___^__
This show will exhibit over 150 1910 motor cars— all built,
licensed and PROTECTED under the Selden patent—in
cluding all types from a runabout to a limousine, and from
a light delivery to a 4-ton truck.
All in a Flood of Light
A Symphony of Color pg
A Decorative Poem
REMEMBER THE DATE
February 19-26
JL dJJ. O-CtJL j JL s jtaA\j
REMEMBER THE DATE
Many of the following cars, representing the strength and
highest development of the American Industry, will be
exhibited at this Show, and at NO OTHER Show in Los
Angeles this season.
UNDER AUSPICES OF
Licensed Motor Car Dealers' '0
Association of Los Angeles
** ■ ■'"
SEE THE LICENSED CARS
Apperson Matheson
I.EON T. SHETTLER, RENTON MOTOR CAR CO..
1 688 South Grand avenue. 1230 South Main street.
Babcock Electric Moon
Kr/oar co- ?ffroVe o.T oRCABco-
Baker-Electric Oldsmobile
STODDARD-DAYTON MOTOR CAR W " V"
CO . Tenth and Olive. Rapid Tower Wagon. CARTKRCAR
————— ————^— WOOI.WINE MOTOR CAB CO,
JjUICK Overland
HOWARD AUTO CO, LfVeridllU
1144 South Olive street. RENTON MOTOR CAR CO,
———^^————^—~—^ 1330 south Main street.
Cadillac Packard
LKE MOTOR CAR CO, 1 CIX IVu( tl <
1218 South Main street. WESTERN MOTOR CAR CO..
t — v . 727 South Olive street. ■
Chalmers-Detroit Palnier-Sinffer ~~
western motor car co, " aimcr-oinffer
727 South Olive street. O
— — GOLDEN STATE GARAGE,
j-y t l • £122 West Pico street.
Columbia - r—
BiRELEjr ft vocno. PCCrICSS
1331 South Main street. * l/VIIV/k>iJ
——————————^———-- H. O HARRISON CO, . . ' '■ '•'«
r^/\rKin 1814 South Maln "tree*
corbim MOTOR CAR CO.. PiprpA-Arrnw
loin so. oiive. jTicicc niiuw
_ . W. T.. ISU.SH.
l^rkllfipr 1327--'B South Main street.
iTODDABD-DAITOM MOTOR CAR Dn«/v Unerf
CO.. Tenth and Olive. 1 Ope-llarilOrQ
TM WM. R. RUESB AUTOMOBILE CO..
r Imore ■ io*B s °u>h Main *tract-
ELMOKF. MOTOR CAR CO.. •»-| '211.
,42 South Olive street. ; J^femiCr ?M
EAIt 1? •»'lA'* SCHWAEBE-ATKINSON MOTOR
. IYI. * • O" CO, Adams and Main streets.
LORD MOTOR CAR CO, _ «i
1032 South Olive street. rlllllTlafl
I?lnnr!nrc *''7n" miller * Williams,
FlilllUGlO *<" mo South Olive street. '..
1.OKI) MOTOR CAR CO, "~ " ~ ~~
1032 South Olive street. 11 p|yo|
Kflliklin I11(i * AtrroMOßiLE co,
rialllVllll 857 foulli Olive street.
B. C. HAMLIN. •
Twelfth and Olive streets. |J
/-I|>J Bdwy. 1931. IV.CO
tiling Home KB7B LEON T. SHETTLER.
S.IAFER-GOODE MOTOR CO.. 633 South Grand avenue.
SIIAFER-GOODE MOTOR CO, ■■
N. W. cor. Tenth and Olive st». Cl i 1
77 —— Selden
riaynes h. o. ha^rison co,
11. T. BROWN MOTOR CO, 121* South Main street. :.,\
1138 South Main street.
HudSOn Simplex GARAGE
riUtlSOIl GOLDEN STATE GARAGE,
WESTERN MOTOR CAR CO, 2122 West Pico street.
7*J7 South Olive street. —^—^^—^—^——^^^——^—^—™»»
Jackson Steams
J CHARLES.,. THOMPSON. SflfajTS?" °"
1012-1014 Smith Main street. ■ ——___
Locomobile Stevens Duryea
iff. » "h.us^, Ts Oß CAB co• g2«^ Ri.u?h OTo°u?. c.^t. co-
Lozier Stoddard-Dayton
NASH & FENIMORE. STODDARD-DAYTON MOTOR CO,,
Tenth and Olive streets. Tenth and Olive. ' ,
Maxwell , Studebaker f
MAXWELL-BRISCOE-LOS ANGE- LORD MOTOR CAB CO, *-
IBS CO.. 1321 South Main street. 1032 South Olive street. ,;
Mercer Thomas
MKRCER AUTO CO., WILSON * BUFFTNGTON.
31 West Tenth street. g«2 South Olive street. •
Mitchell Winton~
GREER-ROBRINS CO.. W. D. HOWARD MOTOR CAB CO..
1501 South Main street. Twelfth and Main streets. »-y-f~-<v>-t
Moline Woods Electric
WILSON £ BUFFINGTON, is ' LEON T. BUETTLER.'; .
•12 South Olive street. tm South Grand avenue.
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