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MEET TO PROTEST AGAINST CARBARN Committees Named to Place Ob jections of People Before Council and Company KUHRTS ADDRESSES MEETING Suggests Protestants Designate Other Sites Where Company Can House Its Cars Citizens of south and southwest Los Angeles held a mass meeting in Buck's hall, Forty-eighth street and Vermont avenue, last night for the purposes of taking some action to prevent the erec tion of a car house by the Los An geles Railway company south of Agri cultural park. Two committees were appointed, one to lay the objections to th€ car house by the citizens before the mayor and council next Tuesday, and the other to call on J. McMillan of the Pacific Electric company and explain to him the reason that the car house Is objectionable to residents In the neighborhood. The meeting was called to order by A. G. Mathcws, chairman, and Garner Curran was elected secretary. A com mittee to present the objections to the car house before the mayor an.i coun cil was immediately proposed ard after some discussion Garner Curran, Dr. Lyman Gregory and J. F. Tucker were appointed. C. K. Court, John Vnil and d. D. Ballou were made the commit tee to see McMillan. * . DR. WILSON'S rROTEST In the course of the evening Dr. Al bert E. Wilson, principal of the man ual arts high school on Vermont ave nue just south of Agricultural park, •was called upon to express his views in regard to the proposed car house. He said: "The board of education selected the present site of the manual arts high school because It is in the center of the population of this fast growing dis trict and because Agricultural park and the the University of Southern California are near it. I know that they felt secure at the time of their choice that this section would not be invaded by any industries." ! G. J. Kuhrts, engineer for th<3 Los Angeles Railway company, was noticed Iti the rear of the hall and Wmr re quested by the chairman to giva his company's views on the subject. kuiirts' srKßCir 'Mr. Kuhrts stated briefly that the company had purchased the property for a car house, and as a car house was required in that immediate sec tion the company intended to stand by its rights. Mr. Kuhrts said: '"It is as much to the interest of you citizens to have the street railway company have good facilities as it is to the company. If you want good service you will have to allow us the means to give It to you. "Now, If there Is anyone in this The Home of Hart Schaf f ncr & Marx Clothes JLuzor Temple Around The World By the "OFFICE BOY" In selecting managers and heads of departments the Old Man says: "I have always placed tact, courtesy and those God-given qualities that bring out the love and loyalty of his 00-workers far above commer cial efficiency." The leader who can imbue an army of workers with a spirit of earnest fidelity to duty and an answering desire to do the neces sary thing and do it always with animation, kindness, oourtesy and good cheer, is entitled to rank with the large men of earth. As soon as a man begins to love his work, then will he also begin to make progress. Those who are lukewarm tn tha pur suit of any business are those who are "just getting along" some way or another or "doing fairly well." it is the enthusiastics who do the climbing and progress every day and who get to the top. Enthusiasm generates energy as naturally as the sun gives forth heat and energy and again by its reflex Influence in creases enthusiasm. Put energy into work —more energy and yet more energy—then believe in yourself and your calling and you will be one of the enthusiastics who are climbing to the top. The Old Man makes it a point tc impress on every clerk th'.t c-.tstul attendance and pvraonal treatment must be aotardca every visitor in a SilvervvKvd Store. He Insists that the customer who spends 10 cents should be given just as close atten tion and as patient attendance as the customer who spends ten dol lars. If you are not a Silverwood cus tomer, you have no idea what nice stores ours are. Don't put it off, but start now. Fall goods now ready. EITHER STORE F. B. SILVERWOOD I 221 south spri«fl Los Angeles i Sixth and Broadway Bafcersfleld Lona Beach San Bernardino Maricopa NOTICE AM buyers snd selUrß ■ nested I" ii" ■ t In a. ] i to il clint at 11 a. m., Monday, September 19. ut tlie Public List I. :is If, P. building who can propose another site in that immediate neighborhood which would make a better location for a car barn, I am ready to listen to him." Secretary Curran proposed some where on the Fifty-fourth street line, as it is the only cross-town line in the southern part of the city. Engineer Kuhrts pointed out that It was too great a distance to take the cars, being over a mile from the. pro posed site. "What's the matter with Arlington Heights?' someone shouted. "Yes, you might as well propose Santa Monica," replied Kuhrts. The meeting adjourned, but groups remained in thu hall earnestly dis cussing the car house project. CLOSE INCUBATOR SHOW AFTER THREE BABIES DIE Louisville Police Arrest Doctor and Wife LOUISVILLE, Ky., Sept. 17.—As a result of the death of three babies on exhibition in an incubator at the slate fair here, Dr. Douglas Snyder of Pltts burg, la., was arrested tonight at Jeffersonville, Ind., Just across the Ohio river. Twelve warrants were sworn out today by County Attorney Bullitt of Louisville on the charge of a statutory offense, and the arrest was made by Chief of Police Wall of Jef fersonville. -Mrs. D. Snyder was ar rested tonight as an accessory. The baby incubator show at the state fair was ordered closed by the police last night. Tlii.s action followed the death of two infants who were brought to this city by a Chicago physician. They came from a charity hospital In Pittsburg. One of the infants, a boy, was eight old, and the other, a girl, four weeks old. Both died of inanition. Dr. 10. J. Meyer, in charge of the medical department of the fair, says that the deaths were caused by lack of nourishment and improper feeding. r>r. Dmiglas Snyder of Chicago, who had charge of the baby incubator, says the deaths were caused by exhaustion incident to the long train trip. A third baby died during the morn ing, and a short time later Colonel Scott Bullitt, county attorney, ordered an investigation Into the matter. The baliies, it is understood, were taken from an asylum in St. Paul, Minn., and the incubator exhibit was a part of a show company which goes from place to place for the purpose of exhibitions. Although the electric current at the fair ground was kept up during last night, it was shut off the two previous nights and the heat was cut from the incubators. ' COMMISSION PUTS STOP TO ADVANCE IN RATES WASHINGTON. Sept. 17.—The gen eral advance in freight rates on lum ber by the Vicksburg. Shreveport & Pacific Railroad company, which Is participated In by 280 other interstate carriers, was suspended today by the interstate commerce commission. The tariff provided for advances principally on yellow pine lumber from all points on the line of the Vicksburg, Shreveport & Pacific company in the Yellow Pine territory, to all points In the United States. The commission held that the In creases "are unlawful and that the rates, fares or charges established by said schedules are unjust and unrea sonable." The rates are suspended with a view to affording the commission an oppor tunity to investigate them. INFANT DIES WHEN TRIP FROM LONDON IS ENDED Tired and ill as a result of the long trip from England to California, and unable to stand the heat encountered while crossing the desert, Rose Evans, the 10-months-nld daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Evans of London, Eng land, died yesterday on hoard the Southern Pacific train from the ea^t as it entered the Arcade station. The body of the little, one was immediately pre pared for burial, and after the Rev. Baker P. Lee had read a simple funeral ceremony it was interred in Evergreen cemetery. The Evans family was on its way from England to San Leandro, where an uncle resides and where it was to settle. The baby, apparently in good health when the English home was left, could not stand the long journey. FLEECE YOUTH OUT OF $211 IN FAKE HORSE RACE SEATTLE, Sept. 17.— J. A. EngOT, a young telegraph operator from Moapa, Nev., was fleeced out of $211 cash and a check for $4000 in a fake horse race game In this city yesterday. The two men who got Enger's money and check were arrested today, and gave the names of J. E. Owen and Charles Adams, the aliases of Treauor and McCormlck being also found in Adams' effects. Payment on the check. Issued on a Moapa bank, has been stopped. It is thought Owen and Adams followed Enger here from California, where he had been displaying his wealth, which he had intended to spend on a tour of the United States. SPANISH FRIAR ARRESTED LISBON, Sept. 17.— According to to day's papers, Mgr. Baldomero, superior of the Udea Ponte friars, was arrested as he was entering the Spanish mon astery. The. monastery was recently a by an imperial decree and Us In mates were expelled and threatened With arrest if they return to this country. CHEMICAL PLANT DESTROYED OMAHA, Neb., Sept. 17.—A flro today destroyed the plant of the Western Chemical Reduction company in East Omaha, causing a loss estimated at $100,000, with $48,000 insurance. The firm is believed to have been incen diary, as it is Bald to have started in two places at the same time. « < » Ask your contractor about the Hipo lito S6lf-Re*ulatlng Roller Screen and Reversible \\ Indow. Insist that he in clude it in his specifications.—Hipo lito Bcreen and Sash Co.. 634 Maple avenue. ____^___i_ AMUSEMENJJ BVY'B CAFB CHANTANT "iS? iSPitS^SiSS. i-* Why Not Get That Habit of Being Entertained by LEVY STARS? ■ruv noYAI, HUNGARIAN ORCHSIEN TROUPE OK DANCERS, OTTO DOBBSHOHMI, M-L IET-rV in popular ions and harmony; COUNTESS OLOA KOSSI. Rus.lan «rand opera irima Tlonna fare««ll BPpearano.ii GRACE BELMONT. favorite American balladi.t. and KAMUBHiiKYER'a HKS I HA. A HIU HIT. T uvm THPATITP " MAIN ST., Ilctnern liflli and.hlxtb. JF\ LYMrIL liliiAlliK „„, obmmadloat, Comfortable. % J ALPHJB andi^AmiO offer "TIIIS KINO OK PATAfIONIA," a royal road to mirth V-y an.l melody, by l.'ha». Alphln, .featuring JULES MBNDBL. TEN 810 UL'HIUAL BPSCIAL/T1 10c, :00, 15a, Wktlnaei Monday, Wedneiday, Friday, Watiinluy. Sunday. CAUFORMA TIIKATKK, 238 So. S|irill(f »t. Win. C. Kol««r«, l.c«»« Mild Mauaijer. The latent BIOGRAI'H, si'l i and other I'llisr RUN PICTCBB»— ADMIbSION. Xew picture* aioiidaj-, Thumday, Suturday. CLKAN—COOL. LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1910. AIRSHIPS COMPEL NEW WAR SYSTEM French Military Experts Are Con vinced by Achievements in Latest Army Maneuvers CREWS MAY BE INCREASED Latham, Who Ranked as Private, Will Become Legion of Honor Officer [As»oc!ated PreuJ * GRANDVILLIERS, France, Sept. 17.—General Brun, French mtnlsfter of war, and the entire army are en thusiastic over the achievements of the aeroplanes and dirigible balloons In the military maneuvers which ended today. The military experts are unanimous in the opinion that the air machines are destined not only to play an im portant role In future wars, but to modify and perhaps revolutionize army strategy. Henceforth it will be almost impossible to conceal the posi tion and movements of troops, and so will be eliminated, practically, the surprise flank operations which have 'decided so many critical battles. AEROrLANES WITH BALLOONS Regarding the relative merits of the aeroplane and the dirigible opinions differ, but the consensus of opinion ap pears to be that as each supplements the other, a combination of both is necessary. The aeroplane demonstrates its superiority in the matter of speed, invulnerability and independence of wind and weather, while its portability avoids the necessity of housing, but at the same time the excessive speed of the machines is a drawback, as it makes observation from them neces sarily « vague. Twice during the maneuvers General Menier, command ing- the Third corps, was compelled to send a pilot of an aeroplane back over the scouting field to obtain more precise information., The dirigibles, although slower and so offering a better target for the i enemy, are able to make more accurate observations, besides having the ad vantage of beMng in constant wireless communication with headquarters. Thf aeroplanlsts believe that their lack of precision in Bcout duty can be overcome by a preliminary training In air observations. AKRIAI. RAIDS AT NIOHX While offensive aerial operations have not been attempted here, General Brun is convinced that the development of the aeroplane, especially in an auto matic contrivance to regulate the speed and the increase of carrying capacity to accommodate a crew of three or four, opens a great field for aggressive aerial operations, such as day and night raids for the purpose of dropping explosives within the enemy's lines. He believes also that the great height which aeroplanes are capable of attaining constitutes an im portant advantage. The problem of fighting aerial war engines also was tested, each general having at his disposition guns mounted on automobiles, the sights of which could be elevated to an angle of 70 degrees for an attack on the dirigibles, and machine guns for use against the aeroplanes. Theoretically, all the dirigible balloons were destroyed, while most of the aeroplanes escaped. Hubert Latham, the aviator, who ranked as a private soldier during the maneuvers, will be promoted to an officer of the Legion of Honor. INVENTOR FLIES WITH NEW TYPE OF MONOPLANE NEW YORK, Sept. 17.—Walter L. Fairchild, an electrical engineer of Manhattan who has taken up aeronau tics, made a flight today at Garden City, L. I. He used an original type of monoplane and successfully flew back and forth over the aviation field several times. Mr. Fairchild has been trying out the various parts of his machine for three weeks, and judging from the speed displayed the monoplane is likely to deyelop a speed of seventy miles an hour. MYSTERY ENVELOPS DEATH OF MEN HIT BY ENGINE Bodies Found Wedged in Pilot with Piece of Blanket PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 17.—Tightly wedged in the pilot of an express train on the Baltimore & Ohio railroad the bodies of two men, badly mangled and supposed to be those of Winfleld D. Cullin and Jesse Cullin of Beleamp. Md., were found early today when the train arrived In this city. In addition to the bodies, parts of which were missing, a piece of a hone blanket and B portion of what is believed to have been a carriage wheel were found on the locomotive. In the pockets of the clothing on the bodies were found lettera containing the names and addresses given, These are tho only clew to fhe identity of the men the railroad people have. The fact that the men were killed by the train was not discovered until the train reached this city. FOUR MEN DROWN WHEN POWER BOAT FOUNDERS NEWBURYPOHT, Mass., Sept. «7.— four men were drowned when the pow er boat Comfort was disabled and foundered off Plum island today. Those drowned are Joseph Barker, William B. Fountain, Perley E. Foun tain, all of Lawrence, Mais., and Pat rick O'Brien of Dover, X. H. AMUSEMENTS CIRCDS^SiII SHOW OROI-NDS—WASHINHTON STREET. Brtwffd Burlington mad V«raiont._ v^9 bw JWTTVf%Gi ' • lTi# ylVf 11 Ik X mtA <III# *iTk &§niP~j ES^^^f^. a kin ft hub 1 IjUjrits Triumphs Roach Beyond the Seas^e^^ I I CAPITAL INVESTED,S3,SOO,OOOI BA^jfl2BO PERSONS. > 700 HORSEsf||£iPf§ BjH I 100 OAOB9 and OIN« of WILD ANIMALS, 40 ELEPHANT• U HjtßHL.'Qßii Be OOUBLC LtNaTH |(|n AOTB, rCATURES AND FffrsTffiff"ff KW| ■09 RAILROAD OARS IUU European scNSATiQNeR wj H II 1 CHARLEY The Manlike Bicycle Riding Chimpanzee! 11 iKE|THI ORBATEBT TRAINED ANIMALS EVER •BEN/jGtfSlf/'fl L*Sa?l£2|jU»AaCK the PoNica on tmc rcvolvinq tabi.c« £S?TJfSj 4*ls jS^KK^m 80 AERIALISTB AND THE Ie O BT-8I LSO iaHS*3UrS@!I! Pin T^ 60 ACROBAT* AND THB PATTY rRANKS^PSfI LOiWVI 60 RIDERS THB CREATEST In th« W O*LOJs*ZglfsW W I m * so clowns, the worlds funny men jßSJfc&i''\'i I ■a^~ VvlY^Kßll^ •B^kV * 'amilt or mur.ii imciuo;«o saiv iiiiimo, Hsß Bk- wH^i ty^k. o«irA«n»icA«»!>»N l A»Yci»Ai'rf. looowen. Sr - \ >■■> 'luno<aumi T"'M"'°[>"o»'« *■ ■■'£'*"' //"vßßV^^^J^^lND THH DOMfl OP THt UWMT WV^S^ti *^^» ifl at '•'— •-.rtlLLEn m vX."Jl|^^\ M TREMENDOUS. 810. GORGEOUS 18 ifflf oUPREIVIt # Ja^- m FPFF STREFT PARADE rla eeATH ocnrino m /~^ Uoe 50 Cent 1 ICftol ■ ki I*** M J^StSt M ADMITS TO ALt« || li A neRVC /^ipfyf m CHDLDRDI tJITDIR 12 TXARS BAlf fRCK I H W TWISTINO/ s^W M ("tl"ok"cl:» BBOIKNIHOATatnaer. t*. I H p-g^^ QOORS OPCN AT I Ifld T P. M. Admission tickets and reserved seats will be on sale circus days at the BARTLETT MUSIC CO., 231 South Broadway, at exactly the same prices charged at the regular circus ticket wagons. . • ' - AUDITORIUM 1,. THEATER BMl'Tnil, A UDITORIUM 1,. K. BEHI'MEH, Manager. /I ONE WEEK, COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT. 26 Bankers' Show $10,000 — Hawaiian Musical Comedy—slo,ooo b9 *i 3 H'Ma S\m ' *' h ' H The Maid of Manalay BY *HARRY OIRARD and JOSEPH BLETHEN, Authors and Producers of "The Alaskan." , ■ i /«— v ■ 'B\ The Big Double Cast i^ I-J ■-J Chorus of 250 Voices •*K 11^ m^ The Big Battleship Scene V,_,J I V M V 100 Pretty Girls— Singers ' 17 BIG MUSICAL NUIIHERS-GET IN LINE EARLY. SEAT SALE TOMORROW 0 A. M. PRICES 50c to |1.60. Special Matinee =5c to 11. Reopening of the Auditorium NOTE—A limit of 10 tickets to each person on opening 'day of sale. ■ BELASCO THEATER BeUwo-Blackwood Co., Proprs. and Mgrs. ELASCO THbAI iS.K MATINEES TODAY, Thursday, Saturday. —- Second Week of This Great Hit Starts- Tomorrow LEWIS S. STONE and the Belasco theater company will continue to present FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. CHANNING POLLOCK'S New York comedy success. |Such aLittleQueen PHOWDKD HOUSES H*.VE WITNESSED THIS FINE PLAJ FOR THB PAST WEEK, and the Unanimous verdict is THAT it IS ONE OF THE most thor- OCGHLY DELIGHTFUL COMEDIES OF THE SEASON. • • Every popular Belasco actor Is In the cast of "SUCH A LITTLB QUEEN," including Miss Eve Kelly. Richard Vivian. Frank Camp, Adele Farrlngton. „ Charles Ruggles, William Yerance and the others of this great stock com pany. This is the FIRST TIME "SVCH A I4TTIX QUEEN" HAS EVER BEE-N PLAYED IN ios ANGELES. there IS no ADVANCE on the regular belasco prices. EVERY NIUHT 25c. 500 a»d 75c. MATINEE 3 TOUAV. Thursday. Saturday. 26c. 500. NEXT WEEK—CLYDE PITCH'S comedy triumph. "GIRLS." First stock company pro duction, made by special arrangement with the Messrs. Shubert. "" __ _ TTT , A mT7>r> .First Street. Near Spring. PRINCESS THEATER . . Home O f Clean Musical Comedy PrTncess Musical Comedy Co, presents another record-breaker for laughing par noses' "HOTEL FUJI IXAM," featuring the best musical stock company In the !.„ and"a chor"s of ten prettiest, daintiest dancing girls on the Pacific coast. Even la%. 7*5 and 9:15 Matinees Monday, Tuesday. Thursday. Saturday and Sunday. PRICES — 10c, 50c. 25c. , . BASEBALL— Pacific Coast League Oakland vs. Los Angeles ST-hTdule— Tuesday.** September 13, Wednesday, September 14, Thursday, Sep tember 15 Saturday. September 17, Sunday. September IS. at Chutes park. 2:30 n m Kr?day September 10, at Vernon, 3:SO p. m. Sunday. September 18. at V*rnon, ib:To'a.m Ladles free every day except Saturday, Sunday and holidays. Kldr day, Saturday. • ;^ ' ' ' ' ' '. •" . AMUSEMENTS : ,;,/,^_ T TAMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER B ro«dw«/. Ne«. Ninth. ■v Farewell Appearance Tonight WILTON LACKAYE 1 rj«bl«i- ft Co., Manaiers, In CLEVELAND MOFFETTS drama of love and dollars. The Battle Z PRICTsJoOc to »1.50. COMINO-MAROAKET ILUNGTON. MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER "£Z£%32:; ■ BKGIKNINO MATINKB TODA*. ( THE GREAT DRAMA OF THE COLLEGE-BRED INDIAN A Story of Football, Love and Race Prejudice STRONGHEART PRICES =5c 60c. 75c. Matlmes Bat, and Sun. 10c, 25c, 500. Next TVeek—"XRII3T." VjTv/OfVi>AXV>V|^|^^t\\VvV . Both Thone. U«7. r.*n. ■ #^^^|\/oiVHiaT7ill^|sr ntl»s~SS ir' £« r.ir .t. 'imZT'l V Vlllc \^«»**sz«*m* The Operatic Festival _!________, "The Police Inspector" "Oyp.y and "Carnival <F? ■ By Green. & Armitrong. ♦ot Venice." ■„ _ . - __ ' "Toyshop Pastimes" J. C. Nugent & CO. . Matinee Sohlke's Kama Bama Olrli. ■Th. •*»»«£•■■, fg^ Stepp, Mehlinger & King Flanagan & Edwards TodftV mLc comedy, son,. •'On and Off." a Trio * v-'^»"*J r ' LZL J££L 50m,.," % VC£ 1? XT TriO ' 8 0M,e,." Bcoentrlc Dano^n^^ P,CTrB EB -"ArCE IN WOSmKBIjASD/; EVBRY NIQHT 10c. 25c. 50c. 76C. MATINEE DAILY 100. 26c. »OC. OAMnnDffPA WnTT«STT MATUtBBS TODAY. Tomorrow, Tne.d«y. RAND OPERA HOUSE rhone*—Main 1967) Home AI9U7. . ■ , , VJ" COMMENCING MATINEE TODAY i ■',""'■, • • iThe OIRTON STOCK COMPANY will offer for the flr»t time on any stago In thl» city the big ea«tern melodrama auoceu. 1 HalfbreedWife j Thl» l» another one of Hal R«ld'« sen»atlonal plays and the taleit success of this popular author. It's going to be the best production of the entire sea son. POPULAR PRICES—MATINEE TODAY and Saturday, 10c, 25c. 35c and 50c. EVERTI NIGHT 10c. 25c, Ssc artd 50c. BARGAIN MATINEB ON TUESDAY. 10c and 25c. fiOSANjGZLES THEATRE f¥A SJDt.YiMJL£ ■ ■ * THREE SHOWS TONIGHT AT 6:30, 7:45 AND 8 O'CLOCK— ■MATINEE EVERY DAY—T GREAT ACTS—ALWAYS 10c. 20c AND »oc. | g Attractions | a. ... . ■ ' .. ■ .■ ■; VENICE I Great Scenic Railway" Dancing, Boating, Plunge and Surf Bathing ' Chiaffarelli's Concert Band . :. - -T ' . ■;■'■-' ■ • ■ - • Ocean Park—Santa Monica Plunge and Surf Bathing, Dancing Donatelli's Concert Band Redondo Beach Delightful Ten-Mile Ride Along. the Ocean ; Sand Concerts, Bathing, Dancing ■ ' - ■ • '. " - - --■ ■ , - Playa del Rejr Fishing, Boating, Bathing -!") • Fish Dinner at Auditorium Los Angeles Pacific Ry. Balloon Route Excursion Station, Hill Street v_ . , ; . Between Fourth and Fifth Mountain, Valley I rfMh and Seashore A^P/ EXCURSIONS MOUNT LOWE ' - • . Special excursion rates Saturday and Sunday, $2 round trip. ">**■.: Fifty miles of delightful travel through suburban homes, up the, i great Incline Railway, through the oak and pine-clad heights to Alpine Tavern, Take advantage of the low rates and make this beautiful mountain trip. The Tavern cuisine Js exquisite. Through cars 8, 9, 10 a. m., 1:80 and 4 p. m. •'•-..■ VALLEY LINES >. Just the season for valley rides to'Covina; Glendora • and Sierra Madro or out Glendale way to Caaa Verdugo for a typical Spanish dinner amid Bemi-troplcal - surroundings. The famous Cawston Ostrich Farm is on this route also. . , . , LONG BEACH Special band concerts by the famous Municipal Hand. Always some thing doing fo» pleasure seekers at the ideal beach resort. Clean, . recreation everywhere. s POINT FIRMIN Sunday is the day for the yacht races and the aquatic sports. , THP" *51TRF RIDE ' "■" • along the coast to Huntington Beach, Newport, 2alboa, Naples, et al,i The famous shore dinner at Naples. . . ' •■-- •'••"<■, • Fast and frequent service to all points from 6th nnd Maln.wy-^piS&t; PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY ■' . • ■ -.-■■.■■. ■'