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CUSTOMS FRAUDS
REACH $5,000,000
Government Files 9 Complaints
Against International
Art Dealers
$600,000 INVOLVED IN SUITS
Sofa Valued at $16,121 and a
$10.550 Cup Among Goods
Held by Uncle Sam
[Associated rre.-=s)
xi:\v YORK, Dee. 21.—t federal
; rnmint riled nine complaints here
today against the Duveen I iros., the
International art. dealers, in a series ol
forfeiture suits .-.,.■,,. nearly
$600,000. The nuil:» are. -■ ■ ■ inel to th"
arrest In October of several members of
Ilie firm on harges ol gross nndorvalu
iition of imports.
The goods involvpii are nil under
seizure, and to recover possession pi nd
ing decision o; the i nited si itei dis
trict court the defendants must tile a
bond for the full home value, which in
cluded the foreign valuo plus thi cus
tmns duties. The government also has
tho right to sue for the forfeiture r.t all
goods sold by the Duveena iind nol In
possession or their customers-, in cases
■■ hi r. it la iwn that there was siny
defection in the payment of duties. Nn
Mich action has y<t boon brought, but
it may be ej pei ted.
Sorno of thi values uhieh the govern- '
u^.^vi.^4,^4^ 4*i*^iW-4"^4^4 wit I*4k^«^«sN m3«4* <
Branti] Olfier n>IM I'ariro EiprCM, AUIa 8. \<*rfh Rnd. 1-rt ut relipre yon of "T 1*
ihr (rouble of ''n(IJnK rour \inn* piicKagrs. ,*,*^
317-325 M§F$T 312-322 VJ «|*
»O. BROADWAY «^^^SQ HILL STREET »|»
A.FUSENOTCO. J
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STORE OPEN TONIGHT 1
v ALSO FRIDAY' AND SATURDAY EVENINGS y, T
y \i
Only Three Days for Gift |
Buying = %
Are y°u readyfor the sreat- f
fe^^^ est of all holidays? Or are |
'■'lU still pondering what to give? X
W^'Wv'^ 011 want a distinctive gift for a «|»
C' 1* --^^%»^ fashionable woman, let. us suggest •*»
I^l JUST THE THING AND I
%2S^ AT A saving To $
High Novelties |
Emb. Opera Bags, 1-4 Less Reg. Price X
WE ALSO OFFER |
All Sterling Silver Toilet Articles %
To Close Out Today at 1-2 Price J t
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Christmas Cards |
Booklets & Postal Cards, Also All 1 p p r : ppv %
1911 Artistic Calendars, Today at i~<-* rilLc <f
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Christmas Handkerchiefs ?
T
J\H ! linw tlic people arc buying "V'ille" handkerchief*. It.- «^>
ii, ■ wotidcr, ihongli—- because we are headquarters this sc 1 - «fe
son—-nnd niir great sale of these popular little articli only *fr
proves the superiority of our lines. Especial mention i-- 4*
made i.'l onr strong values in— 4»
INITIAI HANDKERCHIEFS for men or women. "ir
The best and largest assortment we have ever shown. Pure *f"
lir.cn handkerchiefs. Box of t, for $1.00. Box of 6 for $1.50. *r
Box of b for $2.00. Box of 6 for $3.00. A special feature in T
initialed handkerchiefs is the line for men or women, with '''"
2-inch novelty script or rustic letter in corner, on line linen "f
at 35c each. Box of 6 for $.?.00. These are Ardennes em- ff*
broidcred. ■ et"
EMBROIDEREi) HANDKERCHIEFS AND REAL f
ARMENIAN LACE EDGED HANDKERCHIEFS—UN- X
SURPASSED ASSORTMENT AT 25c AND 35c EACH. «*
\ /|
Remei Our Don'ts |
children to tec Santri iau* Trp<~ '^"
DON'T liny toys until yon , our '■l;'('"'C!^* <liH^'*" \iw *|«
DON'T .'disappoint Santa i i?, Imt-.visit r^^grt^' 4"
Great Toy Show pl^ |
•\ud see immense assortment: of l<'.v-giving articles for boys '
; or girls'. t
FOR GIRLS I'OR BOYS
i n nol li'l|> dully to uo to liou»f- lir-n-lop Hi/- Imi\'h 1<«»<! for iiiri»«nic». j;
p>«« b, -- "•- ««"• «w. frS.SahVKl^wffi t
Dull hoiiw* ill *).'.'■"•■ iloll f»r '"•• ,i i,,,, uMiurimVnl of looln -i »1.00, 5£
i)f 4 nl«"<"Hi mahogiinj finlxheil (1..",(>, :..:<>n lv y.i.00.
»' f°^. •-» • ;>>■•"<;■ l;!i!^;:Si^l.^U'^<r l f
ilnll ilUlltt it Bfl Mi ' •■•<■ "> stl" )iki ikli.u, THOLI.KV OITI'ITH "T*
hri- 101 l I,llllk- rrntii -••> <o SI'") hi M.ss nnd »5.00. Dte
c.-n'h: fi.iii huiigles, doll parawU, Joll KniiiiHl:—Cirnulne Iralher cor« i
ilrr-spf slhirn, Jewelrj'i '"'■'•' frnl, Kl.'iS, "J"
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N —- ... "■■■■■ ; fa
CITIZENS OF DENVER
TREAD THOROUGHFARE
SURFACED WITH SILVER
JJENVEIt, Per. '-'I.—Although mnip
of ihi> rrhiilents B-bo IHe on Mvlh »vr
inic. llrnvcr. may norirave Ji lutncp to
(n-ail the »treel« paved »iil> sold in th«
hereafter, Ihej can «aik on »llver "liiir
lirrr. for .il Iratl .1 l>ail ol that Illor
owrbtara Is paved »iili that metal. The
Klreel i» bring Mirfnred with cl»c from
(lie <linni> of Hi,- old <irant Mnelter, iinil
n portion of the dump where a iiuutUity
of «ilver iMilllnn naj run .iff by ml«-
IjiKi' iimnr .Tears ago »a« u>ed lieforc
the fact wun dlsroTered. The. American
>iinllinc and Keflnlnif rompaDy, whlrh
owns the dump, has Mopped tho r<"
iiiovhl -f II"* ijilmihlp ilfpf»li
i the bi iKed g iods it now
: old h^nd-pa Inted snuff b
ifa ,i nd i Ight i hail s, ; t
sofa, $16,121; two squat ■
h nil smalli r pii i es, $40,
llnwges enamel cup, $10,5.')0.
! nf customers in
I of the ' t and best
rs of t ho count i
i itlon said tonight it would
i of nvery legal aid to
who have benefit I
. or Indirectly by I
I frauds, whi< h the gov< i
it, . „i $5,000,000.
Henry .T. Duveen, one of the firm, is
ii"v in 1 l.tr.u. bul haa given $75,000
for reappearance to face criminal
charges. Nothing wan said today by
the prosecution of anj Intention to drop
criminal prosecution.
WRITER IS DECLARED SANE
S.\ N I>]Eiii >, I 10c. 21. —'Wnshinpton
Davis, well known ns a writi r on mil
itary and naval affairs, vrho was de
tained here on a charge of Insanity
last week, wafl released by the su
perior court, today. Two physician tes
tified that Davis Is now sane.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, DECFMBER 22, 1910.
COMMITTEE O.K.'S
LORIMER VERDICT
Senator Burrows Presents Re
port on Investigation of
Bribery Charges
SATEMENT BY BEVERIDGE
Declaration of Views from Fra
zier Are Not Filed with
Official Statement
[Associated Pr*s»]
WASHINGTON, Dee. 21.^-Senfttor
Burrows, i ilrman of the commlteo
I on privileges and elections, presented
ti the senate iday the r< port of the
Investigation xrf the harges o£ bribery
made in connection with tho election ol
Senator Lorimer o| Illinois. The con
clusion o( the commltteo is:
"That, In theii opinion, tl c title of
Mr. Lorlmcr to a. seat to the nenat<
has not been shown to bo invalidated
by tlie use or employment of corrupt
methods or practices."
The -charges that four members "f
the Illinois legislature wore bribi and
three uther members paid bribes arc
not Ignored by the commltee. Till re
port declares those who confessed hav
ing received bribes should not bi be
lieved, and that the votes of those
i-li;ir.ei'd with having paid bribes shoul 1
be i ounted.
In relation to the i h«rgp! that a
corruption fund was used In tho Il
linois legislature, the report says, there
is no evidence it. \\as used for tho
benefit of Lorimer.
On the floor of the senate Mr. Bcv
eridge made the statemeni that lie had
not been able to concur with or dis
sent from the findings because of the
voluminous character of the testimony.
Ho said ho would consider the pro
ceedings,of the Investigating commit
-1 tee luring the holidays.
The I ment of views s<<nt to the
1 committee by Senator Franier was not
1 filed v ith the report.
FRAZIER ASSERTS SEVEN
VOTES WERE TAINTED
Bribe-Takers Declared to Have
Implicated Three Members
I \.:, • i |. —1 he stat< mi ni
iator Frazler was made
i later In the day. Senator Fi a
lares that the si II
bribe-takers Implicated three other
members of the Ii gislature who brii>ed
that 1 • i hree votes also were
corrupt, which would mak ■ seven
tainted votes. Elimination of these
votes, Senator Frazier holds,
would -.unkf the vote received by Lor
imer less than . n ajorlty.
JURY VIEWS REMNANTS
OF EXPLODED TENT HOUSE
Former Nurse in Sanitarium at
Santa Rosa Testifies in
Dynamite Case
SANTA noSA. Dec. 21.—The rem
nant of the tent house in which I.v
j-:tta smith and her baby were slee]
ing the night It was torn dou n by a
dynamite explosion was set up before
the | iry in Judge Seawell's court this
afternoon. Each pieci of the tattered
and torn sides and tip of the tent was
fitted to it: place on a wooden frann -
work, and the effe< .>f th<* dynamite
charge which Dr. Wfllurd p. Burke is
accused or having employed in an ef
fort to destroy the woman and her chllU
was iwn.
Loi! Clausen, a former nurse .it Dr.
Burkes Banltarlum, where Mis-- Smith
and the baby were Living; at the time
of the Insion, tcßtlfied that Dr.
Burke told her the day after the ox
plosion that it was too bad I, if Etta
had not killtd herself, as the baby
svould ba better off <vith another
mother.
Alfred i Surke, a brother of Dr. Burke,
was called to the .stand tn identify a
piece of i use, but ho was not rjuestloni
at length.
Mrs. Anna Macey, al v hoi c home in
Pan Francisco Miss Smith lived when
receiving woekly i alls from 1 ir. Burke,
said she had rocelved no money from
the pliysician for tho board and room
i-f-nt of the man, but understood that
Dr. Burke was paying the expenses.
Miss Smith appeared in rourl with
her rhild in her lap. When District
Attorney f.> a asked her if it was her
i-hlld, Attorney .1. R. Leppo objected
to the child's appearance in court, and
the tai ng of testimony In its connec
tion. The court ruled the child could
bi brought in for purposes of Identifica
tion.
NATIONAL GUARD OFFICER
INVESTIGATES i. W. W. FIGHT
Sheriff Is Indignant Over Inter
ference of the State
FRESNO. Pre. -i —Tho flvnt stutr:
Interferenrodn ihf trouble between th<
city "if Fresno Hnd i lio Industrial
Workers "f the World occurred today
when Capt, Baldwin, aid to Adjt, Gen.
LaucU of tin' Sacramento headquar;
ters of tho national juard, had a cou
fcrrnec with m i yor flowell, Sheriff
Chlttenden and other looal officlali in
regard to the recent mob which drove
out the ntlu trlallßti His visit is
merely to gain kmnvledKo of the »ltua
tsou in case t url hpr vlolenco should
break >ul between th« citizens'.
Sheriff ClilttendMi expresned nomi in
diKiiation ihul Lieutenant Governor
Porter, who is jald to hava i Mil Capt.
' Baldwin down, should have Inter
! r. -i-ffl. Baying that, tho local authorl
i Hca could . ipe with thi situation.
«.-»«
.CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
TO RESUME OPERATIONS
SAN' FIIANdSrO. Di 0. 2!.—The
Mi tropolitan Construction company
\w;.a enabled t<> reaume bunlnesg today
vvhoh Jii<is<- Mogan signed uu ord( t"
remove Marshall Frank as receiver
ana put It under v SIO.OnO nppeaJ boml.
At the earns time judge Bi an of tho
federal Lrlct court po«tponed the
hearing «>t the petition to declare tho
company nn Involuntary bankrupt un
til tomorrow.
Arfordlnc to thn Itlon, the com
pany'a UablllUcß total nearly $800,000,
MEXICAN TOWN RECAPTURED
BY MEXICAN FORCES
Insurgents Repulsed at San An
dres Contla in Puebla
MEXICO CITY, Dec, 21.—A special
from Puebla t. day Bays 100 armetj men
attacked Ban Andrea Contla in Puobla
last uiKlit. They were said t" have
found no difficulty In taking posses
: inn, but were biion routed by state
I'm 1 es.
The attackers were more Intent <ni
robbery than making a revolutionary
demonstration, according to the dis
patcn. The state forces reached tho
town at 6 o'cli ck thus evening and re- ■.
captured it after having an hour of
llghtlng. Fifteen ■<( the attacking pur
ty were taken prisoners. N'> detalln a.s j
tn diM'i and wounded were given.
SENATE NULLIFIES ACT
ON LINE OF NEW MEXICO
; President and State Authorities
Will Have Power to Re-es
tablish Old Boundary
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21.—Comply
ing with the recommendations of
President Taft, as conveyed In a spe- |
cial message, the senate today adopt-I
1.1 a j.-iiit resolution nullifying the ac
t the constitutional convention o£
Mexico in fixing the 0110 hundred
and third meridian ><f longitude aw the
eastern boundary of the prospective
state. Ii also gives the president pow
. r. in conjunction with Texas, to re
establish tin lines run by J. 11. Clark
in IS.">B, : ■ the true boundary between
.%• v Mexico and Texas.
The uispute is of l"us duration, and
grows out of an error made by Clark
in marking iho one hundred and third
nn ridian it was Intended this meridian
should constitute the dividing line
bul he placed it tvost oC where it
i have been. National authorl-
I hh well as those of Texas, ai
ii] it .-is accurate, but New Mexico
contended for the more eastern trac
ing.
in his message, the president point
ed out that property interests h;nl ac
cumulated under the recognition ot the
Clark survey, and urged that t'
I i rder I 1" not disturbed. The
resolution luis yet to bo acted on by
the house.
JAPANESE SOUTH POLE
HUNTERS GET BAD START
VICTORIA, B. C, Dec. 21.—The
Bteami r Kalnen Maru, carrying Lieu
tenant Shiraz and the japanesi expedl
i .in to seek the south pole, which left
Japan two daya before the Railing of
teamer Almeric, which arrived t •
day, had an Inauspicious start, going
ashore In Tokio bay following a dispute
unions those handling the expedition.
.laptine.se newspapers say the little
steamer haa been poorly provisioned,
and the lack of preparations and lack
of knowledge of those on board are ii"t
lndl< atlve of suci ess.
BRIDE OBJECTS TO WALKS
IN WET GRASS AT SUNRISE
POUGHKEKPSIE, N. T.. Dec. 21.—
Because hi* youthful bride of five
weeka objected to walking with him
barefooted in tire dew-covered grass
Bunrlse, Ernest Hockstader, 74
j-ears old, a wealthy contractor, ban
started a suit hero for Reparation. >{is
wife la now living in Waco, Neb. Ac
cording to the papers filed in i
Mrs. Hockatader tool: two early
inp walks with her husband, but firm
ly declined to continue the practice
and forthwith left him.
GERMANY TRIES 2 BRITISH
NAVY OFFICERS AS SPIES
LEIPSIC, Germany, Dec. 21.—The
trial of the British officers, Captain
Trench of the Royal marines and Lleu
ti nant Brandon of iiif Royal navy, who
ii charged by the German authori
v ith espionage upon the Eortiflca
at Borkum, was begun in the 1m
; court today.
The officers wore defended by Ger
nan attorneys, Hen- yon Gordln and
Herr Otto. The defendants admitted
they wnv gathering military Informa
tion at tin- time of tlic-ir fiirc.^t.
DE BEAUFORT TRIES TO SEE
WIFE AGAIN; IS FINED
fHIi 'AG( i di , 'it—' 'ouni J
Übert AlexandPr yon Mourik de Bfa l
• o . fined $10 and < osts by v
In Municipal Judge Oolng'fl rouri ■•
on a cl i te oi Uisurrlprly con-
Tho dinrirderly i harge rrsultcd from
: , mpl on the part •■■ tin crou il to
io wife, i ;ounteas Irma di I;■ a v
„hr, han been ill in St. Lukc'M
•,i for several weeks is the result
. ere fall. The i ouni i ndeav
tn enter h« r ro >m n the hospital.
USEIWENTS m
n^AND_OPERA ousb THS".
I mi. i!i(.«.i>r ANO iihk.uti.--i OFIEBIXO UV Tllli vkar.
3 _ . and liia company present Audran's "The
1 Hartman famous "■"• opera Buecess, Toymaker"
ASON OPERA HOUSE 'W> Tl jSali,"'
rciTRISX jUsTWIiKK" BKGIJfSiNO MONDAY MOHT, lIKCKMBKB 20.
CHlllSl.iAs , VDKsn .iv AM) SATURDAY SfATINEES.
SEAT SAli; XOOAY. 8 A. M.
Jowph Brooki Pre»eß<i LILLIAN RUSSELL
i,. » rnio.li. < om.dy, In Search of a Sinner By chwtott. Th(.m P .on.
PEICEK: 500 TO j,, HI . ■■ i.)iin,-; "THE TRAVF.LINU SALJ»IAX.''
u»"~ujuj! i'■J.'UIIIJJJU LJjl j.^CTTiJI New. rosy. Absolutely Fireproof.
pP^~"ji^a#W^MF9yi^^r^*; BroHdway. Between Klfih .<U'I Sixth.
W S"^t V*7 'V k. I |'l f| iJIqI M.ii;" T'nlay, S:"0.
Pi._Jlr W» 1 ■ ■ JJ»a.VIJL!rU-J Twloo Nightly, 7 nnd 9.
k la Jill . Wim k! 31 a iamima 111 I I TKOI II "I tex srAX-
ISH MIMCIANS.
■KCMyfll ■MWiPP'IMWwSr'H „, „ ;u ' '''■"' Bur Up, Dare Ilros., Tony
PH -'•"»"" » itt'i\ Ml" 1"M JtriW-3l«#Lf^l Oi'naro, Winnie Halrtwin, flilmorc. KinUey
WiWKwmiM^-^y^^HwWTi™» s>a'a \' Ollmorc. Moving i'leturea.
UNA PARK ~ C0 l: B dVM. hta B«:
"Qic Royal Hungarian Band
Twice Dail/*
mi ■ Pmm . s.wlilrk "The Piving Venun." and twenty oth»f tint cla«» Sttraottoni, In.
elumnv the ne^.tHdlng device (MEHKV WIDOW WALTSS XIIOtJJIT). all for on.
admlij-ilon. 1" '■
OLYMPIC THEATER Maln> etwe'° fifth and SUth
,•,;-•::;;:;;:: "THE HALFBACK" witoU^^V ß*
S MIOHS iOMCiHI, '7:15 aaU l»:18. Mallncei Mou., Wed., Sat., Sun., 10c, 30c, 26c.
lATUOHT n«U SOIWBT M. Wtl| flO«» 1«« —■——iMil"*i"""""""""1"'"""""""*— —»— MM
J2rtjrjrtf*j£ ' Continuing Fur Sale 1
_^^T^ j^ ««_«»_ '*» gorved, held back or jmt awny.for any, """•rIALr
*SS2h33d*SSf South isroaawaff "^ hai^i JJJJJ^ urSi wll(jle sklnn an ,i i, (K i,- Qvp i
■WlMlRnilcl N«W ivm U*T.» I n>t .-In,'!, workmanship. A lft hard to l»-»l- ■*^» "
[Neckwear Gifts for Men Are Always Timely^ [ Daylight Basement
S.-.0. beautiful new Four-ln ]f. TtO Scarfs: niwit N«w Cf>O I "'"' n"l""sk Tniriil*. fanry <lri<lgn» BOc
Hands and T«k» •Jfc Turk fashions, at JVC | j( fln lfßhy iil<«rilnwn ni«nkct», «-a«h . ■JBo
I atoul Biylrs In 60c Silk It- $1 Xeckwrar: all «tylr»: up*fC— ■ „ , ■ - - „»,
I-.iui ■ih-iimu.ls. Priced JJC to-date pattPriiß and effects* «>C I r.o»- llntli Holie y,lili»r<l»wn. .v«r«l -ftc J
r^ n h e yo Nf°Th Cc;r.M Xmat Jewelry Less Than Half Price
•^ • . A $5000 Sample Line of Holiday r-:::~5\
1/31 rilV Jewelry Novelties from One of New -ff^wj^ <r\j"' v !
•«/ • a York's Biggest Importers. De- /sP^\B "i^'>Mt%'Sl^J
WaiStS lightful Gifts for Little Money ©SfS [email protected]&^
- RB lot consists of exquisito joweled hatpins, iv^*P^' ' p\
Ivegular * lavallieres, pearl, bead and Jet necklaces, .Kf*** id^SV m
{/■ c/\ V/iliid Oernian silver meshed purses, imported beaver _ \ x ,*«o^vSL_ V
$o. ju v aiui. bags, men's scarf .pins and cuff links, novelty <T©S| ) \ e<r^-^£c7>\ wvSl ?1
brooches. German and Sterlinß silver toilet *38c*)/ i® ?>stS*' l*sSl\^i?^'
*% .#* am sots and thousands of other gift-worthy arti- %*S£s /s^£toCijL*iG?v?l \?' J^
<«k X U *i cles at less than Half l'rlre. "^l V/MT C tl*Jwn)' I
V • • M^ (Of'/* 1 rf*\O\W3\
Values to $1.00, Gift Jewelry 25c \'sfl'> "^nsi?/lfv
Messaline and Values to $1.25, Gift Jewelry 39c A M^T sN/^V/lS
Taffeta Silks and Values to $1.50, Gift Jewelry 50c "^sA e V"^^R^?/
Nets Values to $1.75, Gift Jewelry 75c V V WfflPfel^ J^^,
pj!i:\(M mmm Values to $2.00, Gift Jewelry $1.00 .7fwßjg^^£p,>/j
wai"'ts d ta"Sii "the Values to $3.00, Gift Jewelry $1.50 n^^ *D™^^^
JnT.^dV.v'aUTh Values to $4.00, Gift Jewelry $2.00 I^^T~~~^s?f-- >--«\
ailßc^ lia lr ise Ss lo Values to $6.00, Gift Jewelry $3.00 (fSI«H|) /S^^™ 0^
'„7 $3.95 Values to $7.50, Gift Jewelry $4.00 >^ZjW js?jr^
° Fourth Floor. lvalues to $10.00, Gift Jewelry Sm^^^^^^t
COMMISSIONERS REDUCE
UPPER BERTH CHARGES
Prices Exacted by Pullman Com
pany in Eastern States
Declared Too High
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21.—Formal or
ders were announced by the interstate
commerce commission today reducing
the price heretofore exacted by the
■ Pullman company tor upper berths In
sleeping caw. An order also -was is
i ied providing that after February 1.
19U, certain specified reductions In the
ges tor lower berths northwest ot
ago should be made by the Pull
man company.
in the decision announced today it is
1 eld In the Loftus case "that the max
im.mi rate tor a lower berth from 8t
Paul to Seattle shall not exceed SU.
and for an upper berth 18.80; from Bt
Paul to Chicago the upper berth rate
shall not exceed $1.60; from rau
to Superior thi upper hrrtb rate shul!
nol exceed $1.25, and from St. Paul or
Fargo, i" Grand Forks the upper berth
rate not exceed $1.80."
h, consonance with this holding an
order Is made requiring the Pullman
company to put In these rates, not
r than February 1, ion. and to
tain them for at least two years.
The order directs the Pullman company
i . fix rates on upper berths not ex
, , pdlng 60 per i ent of the rates appltca
! i under the Pullman company's tar
iffs "li lower berth.'-, whenever such
, . i,. • ■ $1.76 or over, and
-.. the lower berth rate is $1.60 the
. : berth rate shall be fixed at a rate
i ot to .X' cod $1.25.
MORE WHITTIER POEMS
FOUND BY BIOGRAPHER
AMESBURT, Mass., Doc. 21.—Samiiel
T pickard, the biographer of John
Groenleaf Whittier, anil now living in
the i id Whittier home in this town,
tells of his recent discovery of a whole
nest of poems by Whittier never be
foro recognized as his."
In commenting on his Btudy of a vol
ume of the New England Kcview or
1820-31, Mr. Pickard says:
■•While it was rdited by Whlttlw. 1
find much that lias escaped mo hither
to i have found a whole nest of poems
by Whlttter never before recognized
•is his. Tho Hignaturo was the odd one
'Feramorz.' I lind that the Feramorz
poems arc Whlttier's and that he used
this signature before and after he be
rv.i editor of tho Review, '
MURDER VERDICT REVERSED
han FRANCISCO, Dec. 21.—The »u
--preme court gave a Chrletmaa present
today to Charlei H. Loper i>y reversing
the judgment of tUr superior court of
Krofiio county, which sentenced him to
bn hanged for tlic murdor of Joseph
Vermet on a ranch nc;ir Sentinel, Fres
no county, in July. ions.
PIMSB CUBED IS « TO 14 PAYS
your dnißfl»l will refund money if Pmo Oint
ment fall" W cure any case of IfhlnK. Blind,
I k. di is or Protruding l'llcf In r, to 1« days. 60c.
AMUSEMENTS
/OC JflfftFf FQSviim*zot\s\Qmz
JilivhbLcJ vaudeville
Every" Performance
cA Sensational Turnaway
The Los Anjeles theater has boen Jammed to tho doors at every performance
this weekand there's a mighty good reason. The second Bu van & Considlnc
road Bhow ia the biggest and best popular priced vaudcvillo show that as ever
been seen on any stage in Lof Angeles.
LOOK WHO'S HERE-
Have You Seen Him?
B^r "^f" "V He's an assassin of sorrow.
11 8 XX He'i an abollshcr of tloom.
■ B - I - jT Ho's an arch-enemy of worry.
J»> JLm*B niHiiiir JL H»'l the best prencrijitlon for the blues.
Tlr'« a body blow to dull care.
| ■w- -y m wk «y" He'i it dispenser of hnpplness.
\ 1 i\ I%^ I He's the father of the big shout.
\g f""\ I "J Jles a lrnt corl< wizard of Joy.
jf JL JL, JL « He's the Grand old minsirol man.
Together with Six Other Vaudeville Celebrities
Matinee Every Day at 2:30—2 Shows Every Night, 7:30 and 9.
10, 20 and 30 Cents—By All Means Come Early.
I E&ETI ACrrt Til[ FOREMOST STOCK
DCLAdwU COMPANY OF America
MATINEES TODAY, KI>AV AM) SUNDAY. •
TONIGHT— WEEK ONLY—LEWIS i. BTONH and th« BelMeo company pre
sent Iloyt's hilarious fares comedy, "A BTBAKOEB IN VttfW YORK." NOTHING
BUT FUN AND THE" NEWEST SONO BUCCBBBEB.
COMMENCING BFBOIAL XMAS MATINKE MONDAY
LEWIS P. STONE and the Belasro company will give the first production on
any stage of
The Way Out
rrodueeri by special arrangement with Joseph Rrooki and Klaw & Eiianger, SGATS
FOR THIS IMPORTANT EVENT JfOW ON BALIi REGULAR BELASCO PRICES.
ir^ M Sprlnß St., Between 2d nnd 3d.
THE STANDARD OF VAUDEVILLE
6_Musical Cuttys—
Th« world's greatest instrumentalists, together with a mperb Holiday bill, includine
GEO. BEBAN CS, CO. -L^ 2?
And Motion Pleturei of International Motor Boat r.arej.
EVFRT xiquT—loc. lie. 60c 75n. MATIWBB 2:IR DAILY—IBa. »Se, «oe.
AMBURGER'S MAJESTIC THEATER \^^h
~LOB A»OB1»I' LBADINO 1-1 \VIIOI>K. OLIVER MOROSCO. MANAGER.
KISSING GIRL
Tho famous aviators will occupy tho boxea. Com* aa<l nay hnllo.
NIGHTS AND PATUnDAY MATINEK. 50c to $1.50. SUNDAY MAT.. 600 to »1.
NEXT ATTRACTION-B^NNIN^MONnA^
MARY MANNERING I SKSft&i
In her new drama of Bohemian life,
"A MAN'S WORLD"
By Rachel Crothers. author of "THE THREE OF Ofc.'
PRirES— soc to i: COMING—thn dramatic nencatlnn. "MADAjrB X."
OROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER
MOROSCO'S BURBANK THEATER *&8U%2x2l
LOB A^OBLB^ LiADISO StdTK COMPANY.
A beautiful I.lHy. full of the spirit of ChrUtm«l tinr.
5 PRINCE CHAP
„,_„_. *- -or 7bc M\TINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY—IOr. J6O, AND Ettt.
vrv^KFi^;i sporlal rriatm™ Monday. December 58. WILTON LACKAYE'3
'), »'h I »urrin g 7ucc»., "TKK BATTLK." Special arrangement with M-hl-r fi- Co.
~~ ~", « T », rt ri T TT»* "THEATER L. E. REITYMFR,
THE AUDITORIUM BBAtmrui-." MANAGER.
' «FFK STARTINfrniifKHBKR 18. WITII XMAS HOLIDAY AND KATURDAY
MV^INEKS AMERICAS GREATEST PLAY,
THE MAN OF THE HOUR
By George Broadhuntt.
FIRST ROAI> FRODUCTION AT lOPULAR PRICES
TRICES: «c S s^'A^ c ' o y- SALB T Hia MQRXIXO AT 9:00 OCLOCk"
T w ._ a .trvTTADIITM "THEATER L. E. BEnYMER,
HE AUDITORIUM beautiful." .manager.
TONIGHT AND ALL WEEK. WITH SATIiRUAY MATIM.F..
SEASON'S MUSICAL SENSATION
The Queen oi the Moulin Rouge
IMMENSE COMPANY—A T'fIMENTED ORCHESTRA.
PRICES— Ev«nln«a. 2»c, SOc, 75c, II .00 and ll.bO. 4l»tln»ei, 260 to 11.08.

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