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AT THE THEATERS
AUDITORIUM—Grand Opera.
BEIiASCO —"The Gay Lord Quex."
IMHUANK—"The Yankee I'rlnce."
GRAND—"Florodora."
LOS ANGELES—Vaudeville.
.MAJESTIC—"The City."
MASON— Fortune Hunter."
OLYMPIC—Musical Farce,
ORPllEUM—Vaudeville.
l'ANTAGES—Vaudeville.
I'HIM'KSS--MiiNirnl Farce.
TABLE OF TEMPERATURES
Lowest.
Atlantic City, N. J j}* ■
liolae, 1,1:. '?
llotitun, MIIKH *'
Buffalo, N. v ....' *■'
Charleston, S. C. "J" 1
Chicago, 111 "';
Denver, Colo '•••• ':"
lies Mollies, la *»
Eutport, Me I™
(lalveston, Texas *,
llattera», N. C *•
Helena, Mont ■»"
Jacksonville, Fla »*
Kansas City, Mo • •'{
Los Angeles, C'al jj*
Louisville, Ky -'
Memphis, Tenu ="
Montgomery, Ala, • «
New Orleans, La. jJJ
New York. X. V.. •"
North riiilt<\ Nob *-
Oklahoma, Okla *•
Phoenix, Ariz «
rillMmn;, I'a -. ,!|
Portland, Ore ."
Raleigh. • C V.V
Rapid City, 8. D *-
Boswelli N. M I;.".
St. Louis, MO „
St. fanl, Minn . *"
Holt Lake City, Utah •"
San Francisco, Cal. ™
sault St.-. Marie, Mich •«•
Sheridan, Wyo '"
Spokane, Wash ••■ jj"
Tampa, Fl» "... 30
Toledo, O. '.' 3 4
Tonopah, Nev "„„
Washington. D. C '"
'WlUlHton, N. I). }JJ
Winnipeg, Man ''''_" '
AROUND TOWN
SPEEDY AUTOISTS FINED
Charged with violating the speed or
dinance, W. M. Murphy, N. Parrsh
If A. Kell and C. J. Andrews were
given the usual fine of $25 in Police
Judge Rose's court yesterday morning.
COAL STEAMER IS DUE
With sixteen hundred tons of Chinese
coal aboard, the steamer Riycrdale of ,
the independent Steamship line_ls i due |
to dock at San Pedro tonight. Besides
the coal the Rlverdale carries 1500,000
feet of log wood.
OPEN STEAMSHIP OFFICE .
' The California-Atlantic '• steamship
company has opened a branch office in
Los Angeles. The company has secured
office room at 455 Pacific: Electric build
ing and has placed tho branch in
charts of S. Sandberg.
TOURISTS WILL ARRIVE
The first of tho Raymond & Whltcomb
excursion parties to come to Los An
celes during the present season will ar
rive here at 2:30 this afternoon over
the Santa Fe route. There are about
eighty excursionists in the party. They
are from Boston and vicinity.
WILL TALK ON EUROPE
Dr. John R Haynes, who recently
has returned from an extended Euro
pean trip, will talk to members of the
City club at the regular weekly lunch
meeting of that organization at noon
today in the Westminster hotel on
•Some Impressions of Europe. Politi
cally and Industrially."
JAILED ON BIGAMY CHARGE
Charged with marrying another wom
an before securing a divorce from his
first wife. Philip Gandel, living at 505
Turner street, was arrested yesterday
, afternoon by Detectives Beaumont and
Roberts on a bigamy charge. Accord
ing to the arresting officers, Gandel
came to Los Angeles three years ago,
leaving a wife in New York. Shortly
after his arrival in this city, It is al
leged, he married Sadie Goldlaw.
ACCUSES MEN OF ASSAULT
Joseph A. Schlitz, living at 1361 South
Flower street, was taken to the receiv
ing hospital yesterday morning suffer
ing from a long gash on the head and
numerous cuts and bruises about the
legs, arms and body, the result of a
beating, which he alleges was unpro
voked, given him by three Italians at
the shops of the Union Tool company.
Palmetto and Mateo streets. Sam Bor
he Louis Pona and G. Asperini were
arrested on charges of assault. They
will appear in Police Judge Roses
court this morning.
Music Notes
Russian music was offered patrons
of the symphony orchestra yesterday
and the opening of the fourteenth sea
son of orchestral concerts at the Au
ditorium was an auspicious affair, with
an audience of generous size and ap
preciative disposition.
Some changes have been made In
the personnel of the players this year
and the strings are strengthened some
what, with other choirs also appar
ently in better form. The demands
of the T.schaikowsky symphony proved
n. ther severe for the brasses, but aside
from this one number, which was es
pecially taxing, the balances were
niooly preserved.
This symphony, the fourth, lias been
played before by the orchestra. It is
a fatalistic conception written with all
the philosopher's keen analysis oi. 1
emotions and with the poet's enjoy
ment alike of those moments of rap
ture and pangs of disappointment
which bring either bliss or anguish.
Every movement was welj received
and the pizzaeatto of the strings, while
the finale, with strings and wood
winds in unison, was brilliant and im
pl'tUOUH.
OOier numbers of the program in
cluded representative selections from
the young Russian school. A ton,e
painting, "In the Steppes of Central
Asia," by Alexander Borodin, an in
termezzo by Anthony Arensky and a
Servian fantasia by Rimsky-Korsakov
were all typical of various phases of
this school of composition. The Bal
let Music from Feramors, by Anton
Kubensteln, closed the program.
The next symphony concert will be
on December 9 and the Beethoven
fourth symphony In B flat will be
given. Emillo de Gogorza will be the
soloist for that occasion.
A program such as Pepito Arrlola
offers this afternoon for his third ap
pearance In this city is one that is
seldom attempted by an artist of ma
turity. This brilliant youngster has
thoroughly enjoyed his stay in South
ern California, practically only an
hour a day and In the meantime visit
ing the various places of Interest.
ACQUIT MAN OF FRAUD
James Psilos, an Italian fruit dealer, was
acquitted of the charge of obtaining property
under false pretenses In Justice Balrd's court
yesterday. The case was dismissed owing to
want or evidence. Polios was charged by H.
S Darling and others of obtaining 100 boxes
of apples from the latter by claiming that/ he
had »old some property In Boyle Heights'and
that he would pay for the fruit from the pro
cwdo.
AUTOISTS GIVE TO
THE VIDAL FUND
Men Who Will Benefit by Road
Improvement Contribute to
Save Widow's Home
FINE PROGRAM FOR BENEFIT
Favorite Old Melodies to Be Sung
by the One Man Who
Will Take Part .
The one man to contribute a vocal
solo to the Vldal benefit concert next
Tuesday night is William Delamore,
tenor. In discussing the selection of
songs Mr. Delamore said:
"The songs I have chosen ' Because'
and 'Silver Threads Among the Gold'—
are rather old. Of course, I could
have given new ones, and there are
numberless salections which portray
more technlc and which would be more
appropriate for a highly classical pro
gram, but of all the songs 1 know
there is no typo so universally loved
as this. Musically educated or not,
all people understand and respond to
simple melody, and pathos touches all
hearts.
E. M. Bonnell, the originator of the
benefit, assisted by E. O. Wartin, will
give a group of southern melodies. This
attractive number Mr. Bonnell has
worked up to perfection. As a sing
er of "coon songs" he has no equal.
Mr. Bonnell, after reading In The Her
ald of the plight of Mrs. Vidal, sug
gested the benefit and not only volun
teered his own services but secured
several of the best numbers on the
program.
The concert will be given in Blan
chard's hall, second story, Broadway
front of the Blanchard building, Tues
day evening, November 22, at 8 o'clock
sharp. Tickets are for sale at The Her
! aid office, Bos well and Noyes drug
store, John Knight company, Hellman
building; Mullen and Bluett, and with
William Elmers, 1519 Santee street.
If all the owners of automobiles in
Los Angeles had been inspired as was
the undersigned, Mrs. Vidal's home
might nave been redeemed several
weeks ago, and the Widow saved much
anxiety. The following letter, en
closing a five dollar bill, was received
by The Herald yesterday:
"Editor Los Angeles Herald. City.
"Dear Sir: Believing that the auto
mobllists who will receive the benefit
of the road improvements made past
the property of Mrs. Vidal should pay
for : lid road Improvements, and there
by save her home, we are willing to
deprive ourselves of some of the lux
uries we feel we are entitled to, and
hereby ) contribute. We are. Yours
very turly, fifty automobilists at 10
cents —$5."
LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
Other contributions to date follow:
A Friend I 6.00
Justice 2.00
T. 11. E 2.00
C. a. n 1.00
Friend 1.00
J. Ncidercr company 5.00
Two friends 10.00
Mr. and Mrs. A. J.. East Hollywood.. 2.00
Cash 10.00
Dr. C. Jackson 2.50
Sympathizer 5.00
Cash, I.ob Angeles 1.00
G. A. Beery 5.00
Charles F. Brett 6.00
N. Goff 8.00
J. W. McGlnnls 6.00
G. W. Alexander 6.00
Andrew Adams 10.00
Ruth Locon 1.00
Friend 1-00
Christian friend *.. 1-00
Dr. F. A. Seymour 5.00
Lady friend 50
L. 'S 3.00
Subscriber to Herald 3.00
Howard Huntineton 1.00
J. H. Braly 1-00
Burton Green 1-00
•Mary P. Sinsabaugh 6.00
Ruth Sterry 1-00
Josephine L. Sterry 1.00
J. D. Radford 1-00
Friend Bo
Cora Hldges 5.00
Friend 100
Mabel B. Burns 1.00
Fred Phillips 5.00
Mrs. C. D. Jones ;. 1-00
E. S. Rowley 50
W. E. Dunn l.°o
Cash 50
Friend 1-00
Walter J. Trask 5.00
W. H. Faust 10.00
C. E. Deming 2.00
Dr. Ed. Jann Janss 2.00
N. R. Hooper 1-00
nr. Francis B. Kellogg 1.00
tJo. 35489 5.00
Mrs. Hiram Hlgglns 10.00
W. F. Dalton 5.00
George 11. Stoll 1.00
J. c I-0"
McQulgK Investment company 2.00
C. F. Dyar >••• 6.00
Cash. . . 2-00
J. C ' 1.00
E. S. Rowley *-60
Dennis. . 1-00
Widow's mite 1.00
Mrs. R. Shettler .'. 6.00
Jess Turner LOO
Miss Huldah Auska 100
•T. M. Elliott 10.00
M. E. Wood, Pasadena 2.00
Mrs. W. D. Howard. Santa Moniac... 2.00
Herald subscriber 6.00
Cash 1-00
Election bet (Bell money) 100
Dr. F. S. Barnard -'.00
A Friend 1.00
Fifty automobilists ~. 5.00
A Friend 10°
From mayor's office 3.00
SLAIN MAN IDENTIFIED
AS ANTIOCH FARMHAND
ANTIOCH, Cal., Nov. 18.—The corpse
found floating in the San Joaquln riv
er with neck broken and hands tied,
was identified today as that of George
Moore, who was an employe on the
farm of Goodall & Co., on Bradford Is
land, a few miles above Antioch.
Moore, according to his laty employ
er, bore a. good reputation and was
not addicted to drinking. Moore dis
appeared from the farm November 9.
It was supposed he "ad gone to San
Francisco and no inquiries were made.
Sheriff Vcale and the police are
working on the case, but have failed
to find any definite clew to the slayers.
Just a Moment
That the greatest number may know
of the power of our Science to remove
the cause of disease, I will give a thor
ough treatment ABSOLUTELY FREE
to all who call between 12 and 1 for
one week. If suffering come in. Rich
or poor, we will remove the CAUSE
FREE.
HARRY ST. CLAIR
C'blropiuctor
433.4 Bumlllrr Bldg., 4jO 8011 th Broadway
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1010.
TWO ENTERTAINERS
WHO WILL APPEAR
AT VIDAL BENEFIT
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I
ABOVE—WII.MAM DFT,AMORE. BELOW
—K. M. BON NELL
Club News
Mrs. W. TV. Stilson, on a tour of
inspection of the various northern
chapters of the Daughters of the
American Revolution, is now in San
Francisco. In her official position of
state regent of the California division,
she is studying prevailing conditions
in those chapters. The Sequoia chap
ter tendred her a beautiful reception
In the Forum club house In San Fran
cisco; the Alameda and Sierra chap
ters also entertained. Mrs. Stllson has
been the, recipient of much entertain
ing of an unofficial nature from mem
bers i of the different chapters.
Members of the Eschscholtzia chap
ter of Los Angeles, of which Mrs.
Stilson Is a member, are planning a
visit to the George Junior republic
on her return to this city. The date
is set for next Tuesday and the ar
rangements are in the hands of Mrs.
Henry C. Dillon and Mrs. S. a: Ren
dall. A short program will be given
and, as a Thanksgiving feature, bas
kets of food and a talking machine
will be presented to the boys. •
Mrs. Mary Buehrman will read a
cutting ■ from , "The Man Without a
Country," by Edward Everett Hale.
The Interpretative accompaniment will
be played by Mrs. Judson Davis.
»■ » ■
Santa 1 > Makes Thanksgiving Day Kates
On November 23 and 24 the Santa Fe
will sell round trip tickets at reduced
rates between all stations on Its line
where one way fare does not exceed
ten dollars. Tickets will be limited to
November 28, 1910, for final return.
It\Vm Right at the same old address. Not a R/\S
piece of goods has left the shop, and K^V |
H • we are now able to make better values fek/n
than ever before on men's mado-to- fl MhQ
Br/^HM measure suits. fi^S
1 who advertise the Scotch Tailors SS
B<^ \M bankrupt stock for sale. That stock J& QrSKH
■Vv sflk 's here, with us. The man who says M BrV^fl
B^Oy^BA that he has it is misrepresenting, BCV
J^gjj H and Is not safe to trust with asl fl |\ I
|H deposit. JBOK
DENIALS MADE OF AERO.
MEET JANUARY 12-23
Knabenshue Says No Contract Is
Made to Bring Wright
Aviators Here
That an aviation meet has been ar
ranged and will l>>; held in Los Angeles
January 12 to 23 is denied by Roy
KnaUnshue, general manager of the
exhibition department of the Wright
company. Mr. Knabenshue. speaking
for the Wright brothers, stated hint
evening that no contract had been en
tered Into by his company to bring
aviators here on Ihe date mentioned,
or on any other date, for that matter,
and that, as far a.- he knew, no avia
tion meet had been aettlod upon.
Dick Ferris, who managed the avia
tion meet last year, said;
'As for the itory that an aviation
meet will be-held liere January 12 to 23
—there is nothing in it.
"I can state positively that there will
be a meet here during the coming win- j
ter. It will not be of the magnitude ,
that has been stated—it will not be the |
greatest ever held in the country—but
there will be a meet and one that will :
be a credit to 1 Southern California. I
"I believe that all those connected I
with the meet last year and all those, j
who have been taking the preliminary .
steps toward securing one this season j
will bear me out in the statement that |
no such meet as spoken of In the news- i
papers recently will be held In South- |
crn California during the present year.
As for it being already secured—it Is
utter foolishness."
Personal Mention
J. D. Atkins of Toronto, Canada, Is a late
arrival at the Lankershim.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Potter of Santa
Barbara are guests at the Angelus.
J W. Simmons, a commission merchant
from New York city, Is at the Angelus during
a business visit In Los Angeles.
Lieut, and Mrs. W. H. Shea are guests at
the Alexandria. Mr. Shea is connected with
the United States revenue service.
Dr A. Miles. Taylor, a practicing, physi
cian from Kan Francisco, is among those who
registered at the Angelus j-csterday.
Mr and Mrs. Ben C. Hyde of Kansas City
are among the late arrivals at the Hayward.
They are tourists in Southern California lor
the winter.
D M. Harrington, wife and daughter from
Denver, are making the Hayward their head
quarters during a short sojourn in Los An
geles.
Dr R. E. Ingalls, a United States army
surgeon here on a short vacation, is a guest
at the Lankershim. Ha Is accompanied by
Mrs. Ingalls.
George N. Hyland and wife of Portland are
guests at the Van Nuys. Mr. Hyland is In
the real estate business and Is here on a
business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ackenhead and son
Donald are tourists from New Hochelle, r*.
T., who are guests at tha Angelus. Mr. AcK
enhead is a clothing merchant.
Horace Crump of New Orleans and Carlton
Pierce of Oxnard, both interested In the
sugar beet industry, are recent arrivals at
the Van Nuys.
Mr and Mrs. Fred Wilkins and the Mlsse»
Anna and Edna Wllkens, all of Providence,
B. 1., have taken apartments at the West
minster for the winter.
Mrs. Albert S. Shultz of Plttsburg is here
for the winter. She is accompanied by her
daughters, Misses Virginia and Mary Schultz,
and they are at the Alexandria.
Lieut. Col. George T. Newhall of the United
States army Is In Los Angeles for a few days
on a pleasure trip. He Is registered at the
Westminster from his home In Philadelphia.
Mrs. Edward Harwood, a society woman
from Upland, Cal., is among those who regis
tered at the Alexandria last evening. She
is accompanied by Mrs. Paul Harwood of
Mexico City.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Q. Mitchell of Butte,
Mont, are among those who registered at tne
Van Nuys last night. They are accompanied
by their son, A. N. Mitchell, and are here
for the winter.
Mr. and Airs. Charles Henry Butler of
Washington, D. C, are guests the West
minster. Mr. Butler is chief clerk of the
United States supreme court and Is here on
a short visit.
Dr. S. M. Jennings, connected with the
etate hospital for the insane at Patton In the
capacity of examining phyßlclan, is In Los
Angeles for a few days on business, a guest
at the Westminster.
». »
STRANGERS IN THE CITY
Strangers are Invited to visit the exhibits
of California products at the Chamber of Com
merce building, on Broadway, between First
and Second streets, where free Information
will be given on all subjects pertaining to tills
section. **•
R»t»hli<h*<l o«t«fc*r, 1171.
Ostermoor v^T & /^ /^f /&> McCall
Mattresse 3 ,^2sw^ Patterns
jf^wmmmmtmmmm «»-*» a. BKOAITWAT. ZM-ZM 0. BILL BT. •*"*"^^™*"<^^
FOURTH FLOOR CAFE AND MEN'S GRILL OPEN 11:30 TO 5:00
Women's Superior Knitwear
If you're one of those procrastinators who buys underwear only
when necessity compels, you'll be glad to know that the
"early birds" haven't taken the choicest articles from our
Underwear Section by any means:
THE BEST KNOWN BRANDS
of underwear from a dozen different makers are here; we don't confine our selections to
any one make; you have choice of separate garments or union suits in wool, cotton, mix
tures, silk, or linen, at prices most reasonable.
Popular Priced Muslin Gowns and Drawers
A special purchase of embroidered skirts and embroidery trimmed drawers from a manufacturer
who specializes on these garments brings to our customers unusually well made, particularly
handsome garments, at special prices:
DRAWERS SKIRTS SKIRTS
65c values, 50c. $1.50 values, $1. $2.50 values, $1.75.
$1 values, 75c. $1.75 values, $1.25. $3.00 values, $2.25.
$1.50 values, $1. $2.00 values, $1.50. With many others.
Nazareth Waist Union Suits
Three Garments in One for 75c
Consider children's comfort during colder weather; make them happy with Nazareth' Waist
Union Suits:
THREE GARMENTS IN ONE
and only one price to pay— one garment to launder; the fabric is elastic knitted— '
doesn't bind the body. It is porous also, allowing air to reach the body, absorbing
perspiration and preventing colds.
Every Union Suit has unbreakable bone buttons sewed on to stay; and is guar
anteed perfect; price, in sizes for boys or girls of 2 to 12 years (winter weight) only 75c
Men's Haberdashery of Quality
Men who discriminate between ordinary and extraordinary merit in Men's Furnishings are our
best customers. The items mentioned today are instances in point of our ability to assemble
out-of-the-common articles of haberdashery:
COTTON OR WOOL UNDERWEAR J „"
of superior sorts not shown in every store, here in a variety of weights and textures. " i j
MEN'S GLOVES - r
for street or dress wear—Fowne's and Dent's; they make excellent gifts, by the way. '
ARTICLES FOR MOTORISTS '
Knitted outing garments—like sweaters, but better. Automobile gloves, wool lined;
warm and durable. The famous Bradley auto reefer; extra large and warm; silk or wool.
Our own directly imported full dress or Tuxedo silk reefers; white, gray or black;
very smart.
INTERWOVEN HALF HOSE
The best guaranteed half hose on the market today; here in three different qualities;
black and colors.
— ■ ■ - Coulter Dry Goods Co. -*
f Never $3.00
Yes! It's the Same Fine Hat
$3.00 Everywhere Else
Always $2.50 Here
I La Touche}
| I 256 S. roadway. Near 3rd J
T EST.I9OO" ~T
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GATLIN INSTITUTE
LOS ANGELES CALI _ SAN FRANCISCO
||HS«HANDAVt p^N 1? l«»»l»«««t«
MBI 13/7 OB WRITE WEST 75
TOMEHO2Z ORWRITt MOMES4SIS
V
Suntan Leather
Company
708 S. Spring Street
Manufacturers
Best place to buy Leather. Pillow
Covers, Art Skins and Novelties;
Moccasins, Leather Portieres, l'il
low Cover samples at $2 each.
Through Sleeper
v^P Butte, Montana
Leaves Log Angeles dally at 2 p. m. and arrives
at Butte second day at 5:10 p. m.—via Salt Lake
Route and Oregon Short Line.
Tickets at 601 So. Spring St. and First St.
Station, Los Angeles, and other Salt Lake Route
offices.
INTERESTING ROUTES _ OF TRAVEL ? _**'
Delightful Weather at
SANTA CATALINA ISLAND
THE FISHING IS GOOD
WILD GOAT HUNTING— GREAT SPORT
HOTEL METROPOLE—ALWAYS OPEN
CALL, PHONE OR WRITE US FOB HANDSOME BOOKLET.
BANNING CO., Agents %&"*• 104 Pacific Electric Bldg.
HOTELS-RESTAURANTS-RESORTS
Ye Alpine Tavern
Situated on Mt. Lowe. A mile above the sea. American plan. *3 per day.
Choice of rooms in hotel or cottages. No consumptives or Invalids taken.
Telephone Passenger Dept., Pacific Electric Ry.. or Times Free Information
Bureau for further Information.
_-_-,* !■'■'« • • to approaching, but your fit- Cafe Spring and
I IrC flfi'%7lfl ft* vorlte dish«» and refreshments . . *.„„_»,, „.
I llailKSglVlllg aro to be Had now at Bristol *"""** *"
TUfT? 1 OTTVRF CAFE Good Thing» to at
lllJb LUU V Hi} <Uixr and Drink. NuflfSaid
310 S. Spring St. BLUST & SCHWARTZ, Props.
!"■" . D | it ! mmn +r2. Surplus Over- $200,00fl
MercnintSDankand I rust to, paid up capital $250,000
Tran?«ct» m General B»u«
MiTJo'uth H O ov.r .tr^C 209-11 S. Broadway «n« «nd Ttu* bu^m-
Shoes Half Price and Less,
Over jw» hundred big display l)a;»a-»
tablai arc dtsplarlD* «ho«» tor men. womaa
and children, on «■>)• In many lQitaacx r»/
halt price md km. Convtnc* your»U »*•
•urn* tv to*
MAMMOTH (HOI HOU»* . .
10c a Button, $1.00 a Rip
Dutchess Trousers
at
F. B. SILVERWOOD'S
Sixth and Broadway
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