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S* Broadway 235-237-239 80. Bill 8t 234-244 -' ■ ■ - ————— We are showing a splendid assortment of toques for mid dle-aged women— toques that will meet the approval cf all re fined dressers. (gecond riQor) Men's $1 to $2 *9 C^ Nightshirts £ J>C (On Sale Saturday) Twelve hundred night shirts of the class we'd have to sell at $1 to $2 if we had paid regular rates, will be on sale tomor row at seventy-five cents each. As most of them have served as travelers' samples they are somewhat soiled and crumpled, but their faults will be righted by one visit to the laundry. Made of fine cam brics, nainsooks, twilled muslins, satines and soisettes. White, pinks, blues, grays and lavender. Some with collars, but mostly French necks. Misses' $17.50 tog|| .75 $25 Linen Dresses M* * * (On Sale Saturday) Small lot of one-piece dresses of white, pink, blue and natural linen, embroidered or braid trimmed, to be sold Saturday at $11.75. Heretofore priced $17.50 to $25. Sizes 16 and 18—the larger ones just right for many adult women. Children's dresses at half A few dozen one-piece wash dresses of ginghams, cham brays, percales and galateas, in 4 to 12 year sizes, to be sold tomorrow at just half what their duplicates have brought. $1 to $3 instead of $2 to $6. N. Y. SENATE URGES FULL INVESTIGATION OF GRAFT Legislative Corruption Inquiry Up to Lower House ALBANY, X. V., April 14.—Giving ti ito the recommendation of Gover nor Huph's, the senate today went on record in favor of a thorough inquiry Into all allegations of legislatlvi Lxuption. it is now up to the assembly say whether the senate example ■hall be followed. The resolution directing an investi gation of the lends uncovered by tin; lUtlldß-Conger bribery scandal and the iflre Insurance Inquiry be taken up by ■ 4l api Islative committee with full power t" probe Into these and other jimttrrs must 1).- approved n.'xt bj the auembly ways ;ui'i meant committee bbefora its submission to (tim lower ijboui RIOTERS DESTROY MISSION SHANGHAI, April 14.— Wesleyan China inland mission at ChanKSha, the capital of the province of Hunan, was destroyed by rioters today, The mis >ionarlofl took refuge in the Yamen, iwhlch the rioters subsequently attack ed, There was no loss of lift-. =j»==E:The Eastern Gives You Credit-sssss $6-00 Reed Full Roll Arm German Reed ?^ J Rocker — large size. Now yJL4|j|^ m |/§ iaWalfl Eilft I 1 Your Credit Is Good «JtO-«ee SO.MAINSH 111 Him 11l in—!■—■—BMi—Mßß—BlßS—SW It is high time to break away from that old-fashioned Cook i Stove — before the hot weather comes. || Install an up-to-date X Gas Range I and keep your kitchen cool and pleasant. Gas affords the op- i portunity of obtaining THE BEST RESULTS with less wor- X ry and expense. Are You Going to Take Advantage of It? M LOS ANGELES GAS AND ELECTRIC I CORPORATION 1 645 SOUTH HILL STREET | : Phones—Sunset Main 8920, Home 10003. | FRESNO MAN RECOGNIZED AS MISSING RUSSELL HEIR Three Policemen Injured by Mob During Demonstration BOSTON, April 14.—A public BC knowledgmeni ».f the claim of the >. Cal., fruit packer 1" be iJaniel ■ Russell and entitled t.. half of threi quartan of b million dollars . -i,ii. of the late I lonlel i Melroae, was made today by William (' Russell, another son. iiii" of tii'- provisions or the will of 11:, iii.-i i:u ill la that should thi h lr ii- iw should have hall the • Demonstrations continue at Mi !my by crowds of those who sympathize with the Dickinson, N. D., man, whose claim to helrship in tin' Russell estate was denied Tuesday in tin- probate court. Stone throwing is the chief feature of the demonstrations. Throe police men were Injured last night when the mob paraded the streets of Melrose for ho irs, cheering for the Dickinson claimant and hooting the names oi us prominent or the respondent's ■Ide In the recent trial, You can buy It, ■ »*• fc"t than'a on« BEST j.l;i.« to buy l'-nnd that LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MOUNTNO, APRIL 15, 1010. SUGARTRUST RUNS G.O.P.,SAYSRAINEY President. Attorney General and Taft's Brother Scored by Representative HIGHER-UPS ARE PROTECTED Administration Chiefs Classed as Former Servants of Cor rupt Monopoly (Continued from !•»«» On«> may be brought. The Republican party is charged with the administration of affairs In this house. Two hundred and j nineteen Republican members sit on I the other side of this chamber, and since the message of the president of the United States was read In thJs house not one of them has lifted his voice against the sugar trust or in fa vor of an investigation by congress." in a carefully prepared speech Mr. Rainey proceeded to review many Inci dents in the career Of the SUgar trust which he declared reached out through political parties and corrupted men "as no other law defying corporation has ever been able to do.' •'For fourteen years, through its al most absolute management and control Of the Republican party," declared Mr. Rainey, "the sugar trust has been able to wreck great financial institutions; it has been able to shape tariff sched ules; through tariff schedules framed to suit its purposes, it has been able to steal Indirectly from the people; and, by bribing Republican officials, It has been able to steal directly from the treasury of the United States untold j millions of dollars." THIEVES CRUISE AND DRIVE "And these thieves," he said, "spend this season of the year cruising In the Mediterranean or at fashionable Flori da hotels watching automobiles break records along the beach, still represent ing themselves to be honest men. The country is in debt, and the men who have contributed millions to the Re publican campaign fund are, under a Republican administration, permitted to now reimburse themselves by steal ! ing from the treasury of the United States." Going Into the details of tariff legis lation, Mr. Rainey declared that the sugar trust had employed the methods ■ of the Standard oil monopoly, In at -1 tempting to control the production of sugar far beyond the boundaries of the United States. By manipulating legis lation lie said they had crushed th* Sprockets company and possessed themselves of the sugar supply of Hawaii. All the time, he said, the trust was contributing to the Repub lican campaign fund, and when deemed advisable it gave to the Democratic party. Cuban annexation or Inde pendence, he said, depended upon the interests of the trust in exploiting the raw sugar of that island. When the purpose* of the trust could be served best by the annexation of Cuba he de clared a revolution would be started In that island. The free admission of 300,000 tons of Philippine sugar, ha In sisted, was but a move to help swell the coffers of the sugar monopoly. "I respectfully contend," concluded Mr. Rainey, of Philippine he ma ed, was but a \e to h< lp swell cofferi of the sugar monopoly, respei tfully contend," concluded Ralney, "that the Republican ma jority in this house cannot afford to longer delay a congressional Investiga tion, and the millionaire malefactors who control the sugar trust, and who are responsible for the perpetration, of these gigantic frauds ought to be held up to the contempt of the country. •'The attorney general of the United States commences his prosecutions and ends them with unimportant officials and $18 a week checkers, and the real persons guilty of the most colossal fraud in the history of our government are permitted to go about without pun ishment, without exposure, still pos ing as honest men, still willing and still able to contribute to the campaign funds of the Republican party." Rising to discuss Mr, Ralney's refer ence to John E. Parsons, Representa tive Parsons said: "You allude to John K. parsons, who, I am proud to say, is my father. He did not plead the statute of limitations. If he has committed any crime, he will take the consequences like a man. Mr, Parsons said H. W. Tuft was not at this time employed by the American Supar Refining company, and had had nothing to do with the present criminal prosecutions Of sugar trust officials. Mr. Parsons then made an explana tion of his own connection with the sugar trust. He did bo, he Bald, be cause, the public might Infer from the remarks of Mr. Ralney that he had used his position as chairman of the Republican committee of New Turk state to aid the sugar company, or to prevent prosecution of any member of his own family. Mr Parsons entered a sweeping de nial of charges of this nature He also denied that the American Sugar Refin ing company, or any of its officials, had ever aided him In politics, "except," he added, ■■. ■iieh aid as may have > ome ' from my lather." PROGRESS ON PANAMA CANAL IS SURPRISE All Excavation Planned in Original Project Completed WASHINGTON, April it. Although it waa generally known that splendid, had i 1 ' n made by the army In digging the Panama canal, t ne : contained in the canal i at hand, that all of the . ;ii ], ,ii that was contemplated In ial project had been com pleted cum< a as a Burpi L'nder that plan 103,796,000 cubic yards of mat. rial were tv be removed 1 and that ha i been .lour. But subsequently, in order to accom modate naval vessels of the Dread naught type and the (,'iant Itnera now under ronstructlton, the president or dered the widening and deepening of the < anal .in Th v Involved the re moval "I 1 70,871,694 additional yards of material, and tills is all of tho task of nation that confronts tin; engl neers. The record of accomplishments has been without precedent In engineering undertakings. The real work of dig ging did not begin until 1907. In that year nearly 16,000,000 cubic yards of earth were removed, and since that time tho daily average has been stead Uy growing until now In three and a quarter year* all of the - iccavation i for In the original plan has been accomplished. I^ist month 8,067,469 yards of material were taken out, and this In the face of tlm heaviest March rains known on the isthmus. REQUIRE DOUBLE DOORS TO ADMIT WOMAN, 685 POUNDS, TO CITY JAIL SAN FRANCISCO, April 14. —Obesity Is a crime, according to the local police, who today arrested a woman weighing 685 pounds on a warrant charging her with a violation of the law which pro hibits a person from publicly exhibiting a deformity. The woman was brought to the city prison In a tnxicab and be fore »he could be booked It was neces nary to open the double doors of the prison. . m ■ M ROOSEVELT AND ABRUZZI TALK OVER EXPERIENCES Grand Duke Ferdinand of Austria. Traveling Incognito, Just Misses Colonel VENICE, April 14.—Colonel and Ker mit Roosevelt spent twelve hours here today, leaving about 2:30 p. m. for Vienna. The duke of the Abruzzi, who Is In command "f the naval arsenal, called on the former provident and spent nearly an hour with him. They talked chiefly of their recent experiences ill Africa and the Himalayas. Grand Duke Ferdinand of Austria happened to be at the same- hotel as Colonel Roosevelt, hut they did not meet. While the colonel was lunching in his room the grand duke and his morganatic wife, who was Countess Sophia Chietek, but who was recently raised to the rank of princess, lunched In the public dining room with two maids. The ducal party was traveling in- COgnltO, and the duke, who is one Of the most powerful personages in Europe, was not aware that he was under the same roof with the former president of the United States until the hotel manager whispered to him in the dining room. The. former president quickly was recognized and saluted while sipl ing this morning. Many Americans in sisted In shaking his hand, and two en thuslastlc American girls, passing in a gondola, called out so spontaneously that tli 1 colonel gallantly waved his hat. The mayor and prefect of Venice called on Colonel Ttoosevelt at his hotel early in the day and extended him the welcome of the city. HIGH COSTS DRIVING NATION ON TO CRISIS Pres. Brown of New York Central Says Economic Trains Bound to Telescope NEW YORK, April 11—A warning of Impending danger not only to mam turing interests but to the whole coun try is sounded by w. C. Brown, presi dent Of the New York Central railroad, •wbii believes that the high cost of liv ing foreshadows a national crisis. In a statement made public today Mr. Brown quotes statistics showing that consumption Ik Increasing at a much greater rate than production, and likens the situation to two railroad trains traveling on a single track, one train, representing production, moving at thirty-six miles an hour, and the other, representing consumption, mak ing sixty miles an hour. "It is plain," hi' points out, "that the ■econd train must soon overtake the first—picture the result." jie refers to the recent mi al al illustlmting a similar economic problem. Referring in a general way t o the differences between the New York Cen tral ami its employes which it has agreed to arbitrate. Mr. Brown said that the company is just closing nego tiations which will result in Increasing its payroll nearly j9.000.000 annually. ROBIN B. COOPER'S BOND IS REDUCED BY COURT Must Face Murder Indictment at Next Jury Session NASHVILLE, Trnp., April 14 The hour] for the appearance of Robin B, Cooper at th« next torm of the crimi nal court to answer an Indictment charging the murder of former United nator E. W. (larmack was reduced to $in.fmn by the state supreme court, following the action of that tribunal yesterday reversing th<» verdict of the lower court, which hud ponton. ..I the young man and his father to twenty years in prison. Pending the action of (ho supremo court yesterday on tii° appeal Colonel cooper and his son were at liberty on bonds of $5,000 each. According to Attorney General McCarn, the o:isr will come up !»t the next term In May. Governor Patterson, whoso pardon of the elder Cooper almost Immediately after the supreme court had affirmed the sentence of twenty years in thP penitentiary, cause.l a sensation, has receive,! about 150 telegrams from his friends Indorsing the pardon. SLEUTHS SAY SUSPECT ADMITS COUNTERFEITING BAN FRANCISCO, April U.—Secret service agents today arrested Alexan der Kirk on a charge of having cir culated a quantity of spurious coin In this city and in Sacramento during the last two weeks. Secret Service Operative Harry Mof lit said thai he has secured a con fession from Kirk that he mad.- the counterfeit money In a camp among the tules, near Sacramento. The coins are of the SO-cent denomination and are of such excellent execution thai there was little difficulty in passing them. TORPEDO BOAT RUN DOWN BY CRUISER; TWO KILLED STETTIN. Prussia, April 14.—"Tor pedo boat No. 128 was run down by the small • Tiifser Muenehen during the German naval maneuvers last night. Two engineers of the torpedo boat were killed and several others of her crow injured, sin- was towed into Swlnemunde In a linking condition by two other torpedo bouts. HYDE JURY TO BE CHOSEN FROM 47 Lawyers in Swope Murder Trial Ready to Challenge Quali fied Talesmen KANSAS CITY, April 14.—A tempo rary Jury of forty-seven men was ob tained in the Hyde murder trial 'shortly after 3 o'clock tonight. Attorneys will exerclM their peremptory challenges to morrow and at 5:30 the names of the final jurymen will be announced In open court. al'n- the laet jurors had been placed in the marshal's cuetody Proaecutor Virgil Conkling exprewed a desire to question one of them further. The. court ruled that this could not lie done. Judge Ralph S. l.atshaw asked the attorneys when they would be able to complete their peremptory challenge*. "I'll strike off the last three men ac cepted now." said Mr. Conkllng. The men hail been passed after the court had warned the attorney! against urlng a form of Interrogation which he deemed suggestive of excuses for not doing service. Unleia present plans go atnlaa, the Opening statement of the prosecution will in made to the jury Saturday morning. No witnesses will be heard until Monday. A dispute between Mrs. 1,. O. Swope nnd the special counsel she employed to assist th.> state in the prOBSCUtIOn of her son-in-law, Dr. Hyde, has been brewing for a week OVer Hie size of the attorney*' fees, it developed today. Other members of the swope Family having refused to aid in defraying the expenses attached to the employment of the lawyers, the burden of payment fell upon .Mrs. Bwope, She objected to the amount of the fee and suggested a smaller one. At one time It appeared as if counsel would withdraw from the but a tee WM agreed upon. PUEBLO LAUNDRYMAN'S WIFE HEIR TO RICHES Adopted at Sea. Now Thought a Relative of Empress Josephine ri'RRI-.0, Colo., April 14.—Mrs. Alice E. Koch, wife of ■ laundryman of this city, ii believed to be heiress to an Immensely wealthy estate ]n the island of Martinique, and In addition a prlnceM of French and Spanish extrac tton related to thp celebrated Kmpress Josephine, About thirty-flve years ago the father died while at sm ami a young French man nn mod Bruache married the widow. Tlir- grandmother tried to steal the child, hut the father broupht her to America and eventually settled in Denver, where the girl was placed In care >>f the Rev. Father Phillips and educated, Tli.' pirl is known as Alice Brusche, but her real name was Juanlta M.ir- Kuerite de Togalee—a fact she was not aware of until today, when she WBJ in formed that her grandmother had died eighteen months aso, leaving her U heiress to the estate. On her twenty first birthday ihe married a young: laundry worker she met while working as bookkeeper in Denver. She was always of tho opinion that her itepfather was her real father, Hi is now laid to be In the cast, making an effort to secure the estate. Mrs. Koch declares ihe Is happy in her home here and does not care for riches or titles. PHILADELPHIA STRIKERS VOTE TO ACCEPT TERMS Car Men Agree to Favorably Con sider Offer of American Labor Federation rHTT.ADKI.PITIA. April 14.— The rommlttoe of nineteen, i omposed of representative! of the striking motor men and conductors from eai li of thp barns of the Philadelphia Rapid Trail sit company, met tonight and voted to • i .-i srttlcmont offi n<i by the company, throuch representatives of tii. American Federation "f Labor^ Tiir terms of the eettlement haw not been made public, but it is said they Include many of the features of tho proposal made through Mayor i:<> bum on March -'». when u.o company agreed i" take back all tho strikers and to guarantee thorn $2 a day until reg ular runs could bo Recur* I Tho rasi>s of tho fourteen men whose discharge precipitated the strike on February 18 will bo submitted to ar bitration. Since the hoKlnnliiK of tho stnko twenty-eight persons have boon killorl by trolley cars. These accidents, the strikers claim, were causod by inex nerlencod motormen. BRADLEY FINDS EVIDENCE AGAINST COOK CONVINCING NEW YORK, April 14.—John R. Bri 11• ■ >■. who finance,i ]«r. Frederick A. Cook's last polar expedition, Is back In New Fork preparing- for a six months' hunting trip In the west. "It seems strange," said Mr. Bradley, "that every time \ reach New York something bobs up in regard to Dr. Cook. This time the failure of the Fairbanks expedition to find that brass tube on Mount McKlnley is reported. "I have read the story of tho expe dition, and it seems to me it has cleared the matter up pretty thoroughly. If iiny remain to he convinced Professor Parker's expedition next summer should help them out." CLAIM ROOSEVELT WILL STUMP NEW YORK STATE NEW YORK. April 14.—Theodore Roosevelt will take the stump next fall in behalf of the Republican candidate r..r governor, aooording to a statement which will lie published tomorrow In the World and credited to Mr. Roose velt's friends. His friends say lie will make at least four speeches and the strongest efforts will be put forth to prevent the slute fulling into the Demoerotte column. AMUSEMENTS I :;__^Ii_^i_ : M^R^SCoJIbURBANK THEATER Mnbarbixth POSITIVELY LAST WEEK We Lion and the Mouse PRICES-.5C. 800. Tie. MATrNEEfI SATURDAY nnd ..^DAT =6c. FmST TEN ' ROWS 800. NEXT WEEK—The vivid western drama. 111-. UOY« KUUJ.J-. HAMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER K Si_S ANDmL KOLB CBl* DILL Mr. Hoggenheimer" FRICES---C, »1. MATIN WEDNESDAY AND HATURDAY-:5o. 60c, 750. I raying funicular .At- I\ / f~% m-m /"I AT 7*l I I #-* ' i,",' ( European and I tentlon to Kntertalnlnu V aIIUC V 111 C I American Allrartlow. | Ladles nnd Clillclren. | w •«»V%»»^^^' w I _^__—J Elsie Faye ft Co. I^Full„ >t The Act Dainty. . i William Gould Lottie Williams & Co. Raconteur. IWiItIUGG " On ston >' Ground." The Devil, the Servant TodaY Charles Ahearn & Co. and the Man A way cycling comedians. A dranmtlc Incident. i I _, , . _, , Violet King Charlene and Charlene Violin and piano. oKrnKiTM MOTION PICTBB """• MATINEB DAIXT, lOr, MB. W. EVERY NIGHT. 10c, -jr.c, BOc, 75«. 8., AC<r<<-\ TtI.AT.O Belasc«-Hl_ckwoo«l Co., l*ropr«. and M»r«. ELASCO THi-.A-.--K MATINKEB tomorrow, SUNDAY Last Five Times of This Great Success LEWIS S. ■TON! and the Ifelanco company present (or the last week Ooorge Broad" hurst'a latest hit. THE GARDEN OF LIES Seats for the last seven performances are now selling. nebular Belanco price*. m:\t WEEK'S 810 FUN SHOW Oenrite BrondhurM's urtiy QMTTT-T T FFT HOME famous lauih producer. WHY .Mlltl LJi. l ilUlVl-i. THREE HOURS 01' NOTHING BUT GENUINE- FUN. SEATS NOW ON BALE. LOS ANGELES THEATER Bo s, T RTIf . v ?ggw«3ftfiui gSJ'Ati^ 1 I Six Phantastic I JZtrtVwJl-im., The I.aiidh-O-Soopf. I Phantoms I Tim inlands. POPULAR PRlCES^—inc. too AND lOC G DAMn r»->TTT»A MnTTQTT MATINEES TOMORROW, Bnnd_y, TiieMay. KAND Ur_.KA nUUtI-f , Phonoi Main inn; ; Roma AlOB7. :n ( oitiiis >n>*irvi, CO.VTKI>Y hit STARTS SUNDAY. FERRIS HARTMAN and hit big company of singers and dancers present a magnificent production of Auiaistin Daly's famous English musical success. The Cingalee BRATS FOB TUT. SECOND WEEK OF THIS FINE Ml SIC AND FtTN SHOW ARE NOW ON I VI.X. fW^W ATTnTTn'RTTTM "THEATER I* a. BEnYMHIR. THE AUDITORIUM BEAUTIFUX." U * Manager. JL TWO MORK ttlMtraas rROOR.\M», INTRODUOINO the OREEK art of ;000 years AiiO Today at 2:3o— Saturday Night 8:30 o7Waud Allan and her art miss ALtiAN BY REQUEST WILL DANTTB We Vision of Salome THK Bl.lK DANUBE WAJ.TZ, THE RBI (iVNT SUITE, ■mmmuHOHira SI'RINQ tana, § aurora FUNERAI. MARCH. Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 BEAT 9 atWbsx «,kficb __^ Ml NTTTT QfTM THIi'ATB'R 0. A. A ,e, .Near «e,en,h %»■ r it ______ _-_-_-_--_ Grno.l .We., .War h--rn.h. «A fT~^, lMu.n.. Main 4.00 ' i "••' -^^NJ>T»T faggF _ TIIK SOCIETY THEATER OF I/OS ANOEIJW V^T/*lVfl»i^ It^ HORTENSE NIELSEN **i§P^ Supported by MACE CiREENLE_VF 171? OT T TTI? OT T In Augu-tln Daly's Masterpiece. *? IWJ \J XT -WJ Tuesday and Thursday matinees —All seats 250. ItrKiilar matinee .Saturday. Special — Friday evening, April IS. a box of bonbons and chocolate* to eaca lady holding an orchestra seat. BARGAIN MATINEE TODAY AT 2:80. ■ ,",: ■ MASON OPERA HOUSE t^ind m__£: . —— WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY EVENING, APR!!- 18—Matinee Saturday. Third American Tour—CHAHI.F-3 ROHM AN presents the greatest of modern rlrama* "TIIK TIUKIV by HENRY BERNSTEIN, author of "Israel" and '■Samson." "•BRBERI"kELCKT and KI-KIK SHANNON, as play«d over month, at th. Lyceum theater, Now York. PRICES ISO to $1.50. SEATS NOW ON BALE. COMINO—HIM MUCI OBOROE IN "A WOMAN'S WAY." LEVY'S CAFE CHANTANT ( " La ESTRELLITA Wlth posanquet. Rogers, Btewart and Elwood, Georgia. Russell and Kammermeyer. orchestm. _^.—— ———.—.^ «.—..—. BASE BALL—Pacific Coast League lYcmTm^Sk^tm p. m. SAN ' FRANCIHCO vs. VEUNON am .. m .. that ,r« p'-iv^l IVl.lav afternoons and all games played Sunday mnrn*",.".™ Pl»." a,',iVVkrJ*ON >ba.l P arK. All the other, are played at th. V",T,':i?... t''fre..''"..wrr.M'v';.':t's.-,,.r < 1.y,. Sunday, an* holidays. OLYMPIC THEATER hits THE HOMB OF OLYMPIC THEATER present THE TOREADOR MAN ALPHIN AND FARGO present THE TOREADOR MAN A Me-lcan dilemma. Ten big singing and dancing- numbers. 10c 300 and 25c. Watch the Finals jfill^ Motordrome \Bf WORLD'S MOST SPECTACULAR RACE COURSE CHAMPIONSHIP AUTO RACES TODAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, Six Thrilling Contests Today ALL STAR DRIVERS PARTICIPATING) BOX SEATS REDUCED Admission—Field, 50c; Grandstand and Box Seats v $1.00, a very few Box Seats opposite Judges' Stand, $2.00; Auto Gate, - including any $1.00 seat, $1.00. . RAILROAD FARE 40 CENTS MUSIC BY GREGORY'S BAND OF OCEAN PARK Take Playa del Rey Cars at Hill Street Station or Along Hill and Sixteenth Streets Los Angeles-Pacific Railway : g Balloon Route Excursion Station, Hill Street, between Fourth ■ and Fifth.