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HOTELMENHDNDR
LOEALBONIFACE
John S. Mitchell Chosen President
at Thirty-First Annual Con
vention of Association
(Continued from !'»«« fine)
a short speech, thanking Ills fellow
hotel keepers for their kindness, ami
then called on the newly elected chief
executive.
Mr. Mitchell also thanked the dele
gates for their kindness to him and for
the signal honor they had bestowed in
selecting him as their president. He
promised to do all in: his power for the |
association's good during his term of j
office.
WOMJBN VISIT SHOPS
While the convention was in session I
the visiting women were shown about
the shopping district in automobiles |
and in small walking parties under the i
guidance of a committee of local wor- i
en. All seemed surprised with the size |
and excellence of the Los Angeles j
stores and shops, and were unstinted
In their praise of them.
During the afternoon a tour of the
residence districts was made by the j
■whole party in automobiles. Starting
from the Lankershim hotel at Seventh j
and Broadway, they were taken back
through the business section and to
Elysian park, from there on through
the park and along the northwestern
border of the city to Westlake park,
then through the Wllshire boulevnrd
tract and West Adams street district
back to their hotels.
Without exception the visitors were
entranced with the beauties o£ I/is An
geles. Its fruits and flowers and the
beautiful view of the surrounding coun
try from Elysian park. All along the
Way the motor cars wore stopped to al
low the visitors to alight and take pic
tures of the beautiful homes and
scenes.
Last evening the delegates and their
families were the guests of the South
ern California Hotel Men's association
at the Orpheum theater, the entire low.
er floor being reserved for them.
This morning they will leave the
Westminster hotel at 8:30 o'clock and
will pass the day at Cawston's ostrich
farm, Mount Lowe and Pasadena, re
turning to Los Angeles in the evening ,
for the official banquet at the Alexan- :
dria and the women's complimentary ;
banquet at the Angelus tonight.
11 HURT AS BIG
AUTO IS DITCHED
Chorus Girls and Escorts Severe
ly Injured in Accident at
Pasadena
Six chorus girls ana their «scort» were rtl<*l
beneath tho machine, «n<i In Its Immediate
Vicinity when a Mr Inuring car owned ami
driven by William Mountain, an automobile
man of til Smith Spring street, overturned tln
■ ditch on Enst Colorado «tre«t, Pasadena,
early Tuesday morning. The upset was th»
flnlfh of a J ly rid" to Arcadia which Mountain
had planned for his friends. News of th« ac
cident was kept secret until yesterday after
noon, when the managers of the. Princess and
Olympic theaters aroused eurloirtty by their
simultaneous efforts to fill their depleted ranks
from among the unemployed show girls In the
city.
Invwtlpatlon revealed that B«ny 7:»>llnfr
and Orft*'« Taylor of the Princess company
were seriously Injured, th« former having re
ceived a blow In the eye that may cause hor
to lose her sight, and Ml»i Taylor, danc*roui
Internal Injuries and bruises which are keep
ing her confined to her room In the I.eunlrte
hotel on Main street.
Others injured were Ruth Henry of the
Olympic chorus, Daley Taylor. Klanor Whlpple
»nd Alice Hoffman. The men on the 111-faled
Joy ride, In addition to Mountain, were (.'.
Marquette, better known as "Frenchy," a door
man at the Princess: Ferrty Van Buren. Reg
inald Gordon and H. De I'eyster Wagner.
Marquette sustained a gash above his left eye,
and the others were bruised and cut.
The gay party was whizzing aiong 1-a.st
Colorado street about i o'clock Tuesday morn
ing when K. XV. Turnbull, alighting from a
earect car, stepped In front of th*l machine
end was struck. Mountain turned to pfo what
had happened and lost control of t\is car,
which swerved into the ditch and overturned.
The Pasadena police, after an Investigation,
decided no arrests were, necessary.
GETTYSBURG VETERANS TO
MEET ON HISTORIC FIELD
WASHINGTON',. April 12.—Veteran*
v i,,, woro the blu and those v, li"
wore the gray at the buttle of Gettys
burg will meet again on thru famous
battlefield this year if the movement
started by Lleut.-Col. ,T. A. Watrous,
V, S. A., In carried nut. Much lnter
eftinpr historical data, it is believed,
■would be brought to light by this
meeting:.

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Los Angeles Hotel Man Head
of the National Association
■ — '~jz^^^ m^' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' T~T"*T*
Mr W 1 "-4
Players' Minstrel Show
Scores Instant Success
IF Low QockStader knows what be
is about. he will Journey to Los
Angeles and look over the partic
ipants In the Players' Country club
minstrel show, given yesterday after-1
noon for the first time at the Belasco
theater. Uockstader would, by BO do
ing, be able to get a line on some ab
solutely new talent. If he were will
ing to pay high salaries he might even
lure the talent into his own company
which would make Dockstader'S min
strels worth twice the I'i-i'e now
Charged for admission.
There wen. so many individual hits
made yesterday, and there wen
many surprises given the audience that!
it would take columns to do full Jus- ■
tlce m explanation. For ins;
scarcely anybody ever knew Lewli B.
Stone could sing a teal funny song, anil
dance with the grace of a Maud Alien.
Nobody ever suspected Byron Beasley
Of being a real singin? comedian. Few j
of the hundreds of admirers "f Hetiry
Stockbrldge, Charles Olblyn, Frank
Camp and Charles Rucsles. have I ••,■
admired them so much as to bi
them capable of. doing an end man's
stunt In a minstrel show as well as
any man who has made lame and
fortune from minstrelsy.
David Hartford now has an added
claim to fame. He may be a great
■•Lion," but he is perfection as an
Interlocutor. Also he Is a speechmaker
who will be Invaluable in the coming
political campaign.
The miiiMrei show opened yesterday
with a, medley of popular .suit;-. Then
Mr. Btockbridge sang "Qee, But You
1.0..k Awfully <; ito Me." He made
such a hit he had to repeat the song. |
The "Some" quartet, composed of Ed
gar Temple, Hurry Qlrard, John Doug
las Walker and Charles Farwell Ed
son, rendered Mr. Bdson's own compo
sition, "Come to Me," beautifully.
Mr. Kuu-ei.s created ;. riot of applause
with "That Mesmerising Mendelssohn
Tune." Mr. Ruggles was undoubtedly
one of the biggest sensatloni! of the
afternoon. A duet by Edgar Temple
and Harry Qlrard, Mr. Qlblyn'i "Has
Anyone Her- Sen Kelly?" Mr. camp's
i Ichuck" song. Mr. Stnn,'<= "You
Never ''an Tell by the Label," and 1
Mr. I "I Was a Hero, TOO,"
were applauded to the echo. Harry
Cirrird and IMsar Temple sant; solos
which earned for them round after
round of "hands."
The stunts of the Ivanhoe Musical ;
Five wi re repli te « ;>ii • omedy and
mess, "The Coming Man." in
which Harry S. Duffleld, Charles Qlb
lyn. Richard Vivian find Byron B
ley appeared, was one of the most
comical sketches ever seen on ■■< stage,
Mr. Vivian a? the c razy Mis. Magnoll .
Johnson was a HCream, and Mr. Reas
ley a whole show in himself -- "The
Coming Man," who wanted to go most
of the time because of the lunatic,
Gteorge Fleldisi sons; and 'lance tvn 1, the
offerinu of tue Plantation Bexttt and |
the lightniir.,- cartoon work of .1
riwinnerton and i :■■ >rge Herrlman
tlonally pleasl
In ihe grand mfterpioce emltled! I
"B irq iin Day" i lien waa fun •
si cond. Tl iracti r*. ma !•■ and
f.::i tl tied by the men,
;!i" result b' Ing glde-spllll
t" the slmv i para le was
LOS AXCJELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1010.
JOHN S. M ITCHELL
SHIRLEY OLYMPIUS
held. It was rather a novel Bight to
watch prominent and dignified mem
bers of the two local stock companies
walking through the streets behind a
brass bund.
The minstrel show Will be (riven
again this afternoon. If you miss It
you will regret.^ < <
• • • •
With the distinct novelty. The Phan
tastlc Phantoms heading the list of
new acts, Sullivan and Consldlne are
this week offering their patrons at the
Los Angeles another attractive and
splendidly diversified vaudeville bill.
Although "The Phantastlc phan
toms"' are not new in everything they
do, they give their performance in a
novel way, using an entirely dark
stage and black setting, opening with
a dance of skeletons. Four of the
young women in a Salome costume
follow with an extremely graceful and
eye-pleasing dance. Hilarlon and
Rosalie Ceballos, who head the troupe I
of acrobatic dancers, give a dance that
is extremely clever and difficult.
A timely oddity Is the travesty pre
sented by Smith and Harris, entitled
"At the North Pole." Its character
are those of Commander Robert K.
Peary and Matt Hanwn. The skit is
full Of laughs from start to finish. is
well given with an especially attractive
stage setting, Numerous references
to the Deity should be. eliminated.
Lambert and "Williams are good fun
makers. They have a line, of fast chat
ter that wins many laughs, are clever
dancers and altogether amusing: enter
tainers. Mr. Lambert sings a. parody
on Blanche Ring's famous song 1, I
"Ring* On Her Fingers and Bells On |
Her Toes," which makes a hit always. i
rtesse Prosser, tenor, and Helen
Reed, soprano, offer one of the most
pleasing musical numbers on the hill. I
Mr. Prosser'n Irish song is one of the
hits of the bill, while MISS Reed's "By I
the Light of the Silvery Moon" dis
closes her ns the possessor of a beau- i
tiful soprano voice of rare sweetness
and volume. The Lelands offer an en
tertaining scenic specialty with their
rapid painting, and the bill is complet
ed with two good reels of new mo
tion pictures. > m m
■ • a
A complete reorganization of the
Princess Musical Comedy company has
been effected. Roseoe Arbuckle has
been engaged to stage the First street
productions, while he will also do a
large share of the comedy work. Ben
Sellar has been secured for leads. i
Mints Durfee has been added to the
cast. Vera Blair Stanley, the former
Orpheum actress, will remain to play
feminine leads. Fred Ardath has been
retained for character comedy roles.
• • «
The extensive demand for Feats for
the Maud Allan engagements has re
sulted In the cancellation of her en
gagements In Fresno and San Diego.
Bhe will give two additional programs I
In tills city, one Friday afternoon at
.1 ■ lock, the other Saturday evening
at 8 lock.
• • *
The opening performance of "The
Rich Mr. Hoggenheimer" by the Kolb
ami Dill company, win be seen at the
Majestic theater tonight.
• • •
Blanche Hall, than whom Los Ange- '
les never had h. more popular stock [
leading woman, will return to this city;
today, and at once will begin prepar
ations for her vaudeville debut, which
will take place at the Orpheum next'
Monday.
• • •
Hortense Nielsen and her company
opened their second week in a delight
ful performance at Augustln Dqly's
Frou F"rou at the Nielsen lit night.
Interest la never lacking for a moment
when Miss Nielsen I." on the stage,
Mute Greenleaf makes a capital Sar
torys.
RESIDENTS ALONG SUNSET
BOULEVARD WILL PROTEST
'■".rr; of "003 fort of frontage en Sunset
boulevard met last nil ht In the Hellevue
Avenui M. K. it, iron to address a protest |
t<-> th*- t-ity Muncil ilmt what thr-y char- !
nctorlzed as the unjust and Inequitable assess
ments mads for the widening of Sunset j
. ard.
The i ting had been adjourned from last '
Friday night, when a committee was ap
pointed to lonic Into the status of th« pro-
Ceedlnffl and make B report as to the best
mean? of remedying the situation. The com- ;
mlttes, consisting of Hen L, 'Wlrkes. Martin i
Marsh, A. L Fowler, I'lrlch Knoch, A. A
Bay ley ami A. L. Curry, recommended that
the property owners sign a protest against the I
method of asaeesinv, asking the city council
to either order a new assessment district,
levying an equitable tax on all the property I
benefited or abandon the project. In which case
the I neri of the protest pledge themselves
to meat all the * upen •■ bo far Incurrd in
the project.
The petition will-be presented to the council
Tuesday morning.
A NEW PROVERB
No man Is a hero to hli own alarm olock.—
Harvard Lampoon,
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// *■"* iSS^ ments of correct, stylish coats provide each woman with an, individually becoming and
\I I " l! t>. N^.^^ stylish exclusive garment at a moderate price. >
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$Q75 Clever Rain Coats $Q75
- W -7= At End-of-the-Season Reductions =
/W^^Riltt^l^ Ifiit jPI {-V OATS which are suited for general utility wear and do not look out of place even
V^^^tiM^l^'' $Milll Vjt when the sun is shining. On account of our very extensive raincoat business dur
'/^A§^M^m^Wh^^^^M^<i ing the past season, we arc left with quite a large number of most desirable models;'
If marked at $12.50. $14.50 and $16.50, which we have priced, to close, at only $9./5.
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I v'fik Vi£i^--"*^ Tr^ifc--S-^\ — mcd '" »<nart military efforts. A >» jw
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I ||f if^Vlt It>'° l)y tll9 ndditlon of one of these coats fash- _^^ C?4\xL'^9nir*k&*'
Il r II /I ioned according to the very latest dictates of "^7
|/ 1/ I \ Fashion. Splendid values nt / I S^e^
n ' c-/( /V , ■ New Tailored Suits ■ If] j
Dainty Silk Dresses In the Seasons Smartest Styles JUf4 L
In J\ew Styles and New Shades SI y^| II
—,„„ ' , 17 XCEPTIONALLT high-class 1 __ ■ I -^ffl If
date in every dainty detail of do- *P £ *****? wool fabrics. "■■ tailoring is fnult- *r / il^rW IP ■
slijn and trimming; Messaline, 1 ' a M ———• less and the colorings are the new- a ]$? ———- "U g& y
Foulard. Rajah, Benßaline. Eoli- \ B M ""~ opt aa well us the best shades of . • fl V&we
tnne, Chiffon, Taffeta and other " .«__„ ' II I III!
summer silks. Taffeta and other' ■- season. # II I
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1000 Men's Suits
— $ 5 >OO ■■■■■■■■■»■■■■■■■ - ■ ——- —..
Big Clothing Store at
328 South Spring Street
IS SELLING OUT
Worth 12.00 to $20.00
350 Men's Uncalled for Tailor-Made Suits (Hi 1 C
Worth from $45.00 to $75.00. One Price, tylO'OO
' Five Years on Spring Street and We Close for Good
Saturday Night at 12 o'Clock —That Is the Last Day
328 South Spring Street —Between 3rd and 4th
' Is the Place Marked= —
United Salvage Co. of California
Next Door to Jim Jeffries' Saloon
1000 Men's Suits, All Sizes, at $5.00
Sale Opens This Morning at 9 o'clock Sharp
SAN PEDRO |
Harbor property is a safe Investment. The improvements and tile back
ng: by the government is itself a guarantee of tho future of the port. The
Kind issue of April 19, 1910, amounting to $3,000,000, will increase the valu
ition of every foot of land in San Pedro. I have the handling and ex
clusive agency for tho best and cheapest property In San Pedro.
See me at once.
CHARLES MASON
I/o» Angeleii Otter, 202 Security Building:, Southeast Comer Fifth and Spline »in.
Sun lv:lro Office, in West With iilrert.
m ■lIMHIMIIMIIIWIIMW [!■■■■ L_L^MmmLI.JLL ,«« _^
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We cure external cancer la ■
few weeks without fall. Investi
gate our method. We will refw
you to many of our former pa
tients who have been absolutely
cured. (Breaut cancers a spa
dalty). MRS. 11. J. SMITH,
244 H SOUTH BROADWAY. ROOM S.
Hours 10 to 4. Fhos* M»ln S«t>. ■ans
tartum. Tempi* 401.
10g a Button, $1.00 a Rip
Dutchess Trousers
at
F. B. SILVERWOOD'S
Sixth and Broadway
J< <V^4' ■ "V»J JX For good trunks,
<-gfSSfc-^aid&<=x/-^-» T -<i7j traveling bag)!
£. ££s|rtErr ra*'' •n<l sell
•>♦]} taU .i I -vV^;? cases go to
[fjJj|jG.lJ. Whitney!
iU*~Xr the oldest esi
labllshed and most reliable trunk mimilMM
lurer. Star* sad factory, 236 South Mala. ■
Shoes Half Price and Less
Over two hundred big display bargain
tables are displaying shoes tor men, women
and children, on sale In many instance! tor
half price and leas. Convince yourself mod
come to the
MAMMOTH SHOE lIOUSJ*
:■> Bill South Broadway. "■>,>*^■<»- f.

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