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TWO HUNDRED DENTISTS AT ANNUAL CONVENTION Members of the Profession Give Technical Talks-Women Hold Stage Today The thirteenth annual convention of th^ Southern California Dental associa tion began yesterday morning in the rooms of the dental college of the University of Southe-n California. Fifth and Wall streets. Two hundred members and Invited guests were present during the first day's session. Dentists were present from all the large cities of Southern California. The guests of the association were George H. Wilson, Cleveland, O.; Her mann Prinz. St. Louis, Mo., and Charles E. Woodbury, Council Bluffs, lowa. These guests Will leave Los Angeles Saturday night to attend similar con- ift£ c^r ■ i ' iisPssffr Ml Bibw3b»'3-?ii -^^^Br (tC. 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Nearly 200 members of the associa tion were present at the opening of the session yesterday morning, and 1 more are expected before the conven tion adjourns Saturday afternoon. The meeting was called to order by Dr. George A. White of Santa . Bar bara, who welcomed the component societies of Los Angeles and the var ious cities of Southern California. Following the. opening of th<» meet ing Dr. Hermann Prlns! read a paper on the "Mummification of the Tooth Pulp," which was followed by a dis cussion, led by Dr. <'. E. Willoughby. At the opening of the afternoon ses sion. Dr. Wilson gave a talk on "Com plete Vulcanite Denture." followed by a talk on "Porcelain Inlays," by Dr. 1,. E. Ford of Los Angeles, C. H. Fox of Bakersfleld addressed LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1910. the assembly on the subject, "A Good Method of Making Removabto Den tures," an,l -Method of Setting and Securing, without External Bandages, the Mandible." ■Showing Inlny Splint for ryorrhea. was the subject of the remarks by Dr. C. A. Millard of t-os Angeles. Other subject pertaining to dental work were discussed by Dr. B. 1- Townsend, Los Angeles: 1,. M. Pack ard, Lot Angeles; ,T. S. Ivan. Red lands; 1.. M. Bedford, San Bernardino; II .1. Dowd, LOS Angeles; C, .1. X Bngstrom. Loa Angeles; W, 8, Mabee, T.os Angeles; H. 8. King. Los Angeles; P. I>. Schtldwacher, Los Angeles; C. H. Bowman, LOS Angeles; J. W. Nehlett. Riverside; D. Cave. Los Angeles; a, H Spiei LOS Angeles; Oeorge 11. Walker LOS Angeles; William Foster. 1,,,s Angi les; R. F. Phillips, Loa An geles. \t the session last night George H. Wilson addressed the gathering on the subject, "Impressions and Casts," the lecture being Illustrated by lantern He wa followed by Dr. I'iin/.. whose talk Oil "Dentistry as Portrayed In Pino Arts." was also illustrated by lantern slides. The convention will convene at 8 o'clock this morning, when clinical demonstrations will be made. Tonight the members will be entertained it ■< banque' In Hotel Virginia. Long Beach. The feature of todays meeting will be the demonstration by the women members of the association. Those tak ing part will be ins. Ida Boyd, Hlrdlne King, Avu Numbers, Onette Har bours Kate Buck. Amy liowman, BBS ma T. Read and M. B. Jordan. The election of officers for tho ns soeiatlon will occur Saturday after noon. CHARGE HOME PHONE MAN WITH ROBBING SUNSET CO. Charged with stealing money from a pay station or the Pacific Telephone company, L. B. Kltson, an employe of the Homo Telephone company, was ar rested yesterday by Detectives RICO and Talamantes. He will be taken Into police court this morning. Kltson was Installing a telephone in the store of ,loe Cioia at 801 North Broadway Wednesday afternoon. Em ployes In the Store say they saw him i break open the bos In which the money had been deposited and place it in his pocket. The matter was re ported to the detectives and a descrip tion of Kltson given. — . — . » ARROWHEAD HOT SPRING! Week-end rate $6.00, Saturday dinner to Monday morning breakfast. Baths and outdoor swimming pool. Dancing Saturday night. Mountain air, no foR. SALT WATER ENTHUSIASTS FORM MOTORBOAT CLUB New Organization Seeks to Have International Races Off San Pedro At a luncheon at the AngelUs hotel yesterday noon the Los Angeles Motor boat club was organized with a char ter membership of twenty-tlve well Known men of Los Angeles. Officers of the new club wore elected, as wall as a board of directors, and they will en deavor to pet the affairs of the new organization into working order by July 1. The olub will establish its headquar ters at Wilmington, on the Los Angelea harbor, and will make application at once for membership in the Pacific In ternatlonal Power Boat association, which 1. is control of all official races and endurance tests of motorbnats on this coast. The club was organised primarily through the efforts of W. A. Otis of Seattle, an official in tho International association. He interested several well known local men in the club Idea, the result being yestetrday's organisation. Another object of organising the club was to snable local motorboat owners to bid for the international power boat races here next year. The Interna tional races were held at Seattle this year, and southern motorists are anxious to have them in the south in 1811, They have practically received a promise that shoul.l a molotboit club be organised here the races will be held in southern waters next year. Wll,l, RACK Jll.V 4 It is probable that the club's first races will bf held July 4 at Avalon. This certainly will be done If It Is pos sible to get the affairs of the ClUb un der way by that time. In speaking of the new organization yesterday, James M. Shuck, vice presi dent, said: "The Loa Angeles Motorboat club is :i club of a peculiar nature. The idea seems to have spread that we are setting up a club In opposition to those clubs already in existence. Such is not the rase. We are simply orK.ini7.iiif; this club iii order that motor boating may be stimulated here, not to oppose any clubs already in the Held." The offli PT9 Of the new club are: Henry Kieetuood. president; James M. Slunk, vice president; Charles B. Kldddor, treasurer; A. C. Parsons, sec ""Vh? members of the club are: Roy L, Decamp, D. J. Louis, n. ft ■£•>'«'■, Dr w. ,i. Heii. C. J. Black, R> < . Mo- Clay .roe Fellows, victor Stewart, Charles Pulton, E. K. chapman O. F. Wright. John 9. Wlllard. W. B. Ross. F. w. Chase, O. R. Chase, i:. i • Addl boh r \ Hatfleld, c. Dunkolliprgpr, .1. Hoffman, Dr. H. B. I.anterman, v. W. Rector. TO THE PEOPLE It Is with pleasure wo announce that Our new Storage cellar built especially for the production 'if fine bottle beer was complete,l May 1. 1910. January last we beKiin brewing bottle beer, lieiiiK determined to have same "trlot ly In keeping with our keg or draught As to bottle goodH we now modestly claim to have no superiors in the country when quality Is considered. The beer above referred to is now on sale Why pay fancy prices for 11 Hill PRICED ' EASTERN BRERS when rlghl here In California you can buy Coast made beer of superlative qual ity? Why pay the freight and enor mous advertising bills of Eastern breweries? it's* lust a hrthlt—bn Just to yourself be loyal to California. SAN DIEGO CONSOLIDATED BREW IN<; COMPANY.