The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on May 16, 1928 · 32
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10 WEDNESDAY MORNING. r T H EATERS SUBURBAN and NEIGHBORHOOD WEST COAST THEATERS. INCORPORATED LOS ANGELES ADAMS i5T3 Wei.. Tkan Car? Ceeaar la "llel rrl ht-Wt, Heiaee ta "Tin laart .r" IDT 11 ant aal Mil ttreat Wet). 'uaaaa wrltM" Tlw.. M, Sat Oka, al array la "fhrlaa BALBOA ink Vataeat W4. Iitlur Rilitaa la "Una aaal Lava' Tkvi, M. fiery Oaoef M "lilea at GealeaiaeaY it Wa). Nilm la "Tai leiert M" BOULEVARD Waf.. Taare. Meleaa CaUwIe. la "ttaaa law" fit.. feat Meat llaa la "Ainu tha Attoatla" CRYSTAL ana wkmiar levari Wei .-Clara Bear la "Ral Halri" "Hal Tatar." n. Tlam., frt M. . Warner la "tarratl and aa'1 at Iitetla Tayter la "Tai WM Wemea" FIGUEROA Wal. Alelrk Heajea "NlaM at tar" Tkan., frt.. feat. Vletar NlLalia la "A . Ctrl la tery Pari" HIGHLAND We., Tkun Cary Ceeear la "ltla at tka Ce0maed" frl.. let BimII Deaay la "Tkal'a My Paloy" JEWEL Wat. tyt Caealla la "THe fartaaa Muatarn Tier. eeerae O'Brlea la "Taa Mara- anertera" frl.. lat. Beery a at Hattaa la "Perlaen la OrlM" LIBERTY 70 Beutk Mala ttrrtt Wat. Thun "Silk lata;" "Hlk Stat laa' frt, Bat. "Cal Herat la '" LYCEUM 727 Caulk Serin (treat Wat.. Tkun. "Taa Slrt Freai CkltiH.1 "Cambaf Frt.. nt "Vallay af tka Slutti" "A Heaa D Irene" MANCHESTER i-S- Wat. Tkan.. fH. Srata (ark la "Tka Dlelae Weaaa" at Re La ftaeaul la "(tea' lea) Oellrar" MESA aiauiea and Anaele Meaa Wat. Tkura. Gary Caaaar la "letiea at Ika CaadaaiAad ' Frl, a. IMmaar I tar ax an ta "Tka Crawd" MOON 50 J Baata Mala Straat Wet-ha. Farrall la "Old Iremlle" Tkun., Frl., Sat leulee Fannda la "TIMIa'i paaiturad Reejeaie" OPTIC 953 Snilh Main llreet Wad.. Tkan., Frl.. Sat Jartli Ceetaa I RED MILL Wad Hilda Gray la "Tka Devil Danrar" Tkvra.. Frt Marlaa Daviei la "Tka Patty" at. Laalaa Fuanda la "Tllllt'a funeturad HemaiKt'' REGENT 4 Sautk Mala Straat Wad., Tkara.. Frl., Rat "Bay af tka tract;" "Oa ta Haae" RITZ Wad Battalia Daany fa "That'i My Daddy' Tnr,.. Frl. Bret 6 ere la "Tka Dlvlae Yemen" at Mad La Rua la "lead and DalUar" ROYAL 1711 Beutk Mala Slraat Wad., Tkun. Marion Davlaa In "Tka Pitiy" Frl.. Sat. H, B. Warner In "Sorrell and an" SAN CARLOS At Orlllln and Na. Main Wad.. Tkura. Wn. Bayd la "Tha Nltkt Flyer" Frl., aat. Elaaaar Beardaiaji In "Tka Crawd" STARLAND At 2614 Nartk Breadway WM. Gaarta Jaaial In "Sailer I try Murphy" Tkun.. Frl. "Under tke Tente Rim" at Eilella Taylar la "Tka WM Weman" SUNBEAM tvtk and Comotffn "Wet, Tkun Mirold Lleyd la ' Rd-.dv" Frt., Sat Vltter M'Latlee In "A Girl la . ,Ery Fart:" Vaud. TIVOLI nu.'"'" Wed. Win. Ha. net la "Tka Smart Set" Tkun., Frl. Baue Darnell la "Feel My Fell" at. Marian Nliea la "The Ftur-Fluaker" UPTOWN Wad., Tkan. Ramea Navarre la "Aereet ta Siaeanara" Frl., Sat Narma Skaarer la "Tke Actreea" VERMONT WESTLAKE 62a Sautk Aluando Straat Wad., Tkun.. Frl, Sreta Barb la "Tka Divine Weman" .Bt Rennall Denny I "Tkat't My Daddy" LINCOLN Wad., Tkun Patiy Ruth Miller In "We . Americans" Frl., Sat Oerethy Maekalll la "Lad lei' Nllht la a Turklih Beth" YORK 4(49 Vert Biulevard BUR SHOW ARE AlWAVS THE 8YST ANAHEIM CALIFORNIA Wad. Rltherd Bartkelmeu la "Tke Patent Leather Kid" Tkun.. Frl., sat. Nerma Skaarer In "Tka Artreet" BELL ALCAZAR Wed. Glerla s.anaaa In "Sadie Tbemnen" Jlwn. Meet Cibten In "Wild Waet 8bew" Fn., Sat. Uara U Plantt la "Tbaaki far the Buy Rile" BEVERLY HILLS BEVERLY M4.I Beverly Drive Wed., Thure. Edmund Lawe la "Dreawd to Kill" Frl., Safe Babe Daaleli la "The Flfty-Flfty fieri" GLEN DALE ALEXANDER Wrd. Tkun., Fri., Sat Edmaad Lewa la . "Praeud ta Kill" LINCOLN ed Tkun. Ri.herd artkalmaaa la "Tka Patent t anther Kid" Frl., Sat Madia BelUmy la "Sett LMat" EAST GLENDALE (Fermerly Berd e Wad.. Tkur- Meat Blue la ' rletaa'1 Fri.. Sat Reiinald Danny la Daddy" One Round "There My IIERMOSA BEACH METROPOLITAN Wed R'llnald Danny ta "Tkafe My Detty' Tkan.. Frt. Sally O'Neil la "Th Mad Hear" Sat Mary Alter la "Oretead 1 Kill" HOLLY WOOD CARMEL SXLUm' Wad. Laetrile Jay la "Slue Dakuke" Tkan., Frl Ramae Navarra la "Arreee It iataaara" Set Heet (Ibeea It "Wild Went kaw!r Vaud. VISTA Wad., Tkara. Rlckard Bartkelmaee la "Tka Naaea" Frl.. Sat (aery tied Mattel la "Partnere I l,riaie ' GRANADA Wad Allea Wklta la "Tka Mad Hear" Tkan. (ttker ftaletea la "Lave and Laara" Frl.. at.-Wm. Malnea la "Tki Smart Set' HOLLYWOOD VSJ Wed.. Tkun., Frl., Bat Deretky Maekalll la ueiee nitni in a l art lik Balk1' LA MIRADA Cleeed fer Altentlene PARAMOUNT VZW. Wed.. Tkun Fay Wray la "Leilea af tk Cannamnad" Frl., Sit Ireaa Rick la "Tka I liver Slave" WILSHIRE HI aentk W altera Wed. Mlltea 6111a la "urnlni Dayllikt" Tkun., Fri "Lnlaa af the Cendemneel" Sat. Maria Preraat la "Bleed fer a NliM' HUNTINGTON PARK CALIFORNIA Wed., Tkun Rlckard Bartkelmeu in "Tka Petant Leather Kid" Frl.. Sat w. C. Field la "Twe Flaralei Veulhi" LYRIC Wed., Tkun. jaetuetlaa Lh la "Midaliht Madnaae" Frt., Sat Heat Blbeea In "Tke Flylni Cewbey." jr. Met "Tka Dr. Kick" NORTH HOLLYWOOD EL PORTAL Wed.. Thuri. Uen Cbaney In "Lauik, Clewn Lauin ' Frl.. Sat. Bah Danlali In "The Flfty-Flfty in ' LONG BEACH EGYPTIAN Wed Bery and Mattel I "Partnen la Crime ' Than.. Frl. "Binttd;" "Ladlee Mutt Dreei' WEST COAST Wed Juk Mulhall In "Laditt' Night In a Turklih Beth'' Thure.. Frl., Sat Beat Dtnieli In "Th Fifty Fifty lrt" IMPERIAL Wed.. Tkun., Fri. Greta San la "Tka Dlvla Weman" at Richard arthdmats la "Tha Patent Leather Kid" OCEAN PARK DOME HOME OF VAUDEVILLI Wed.. Thun., Frl., Cat. Pelt Ner In "Three Stnnere ROSEMARY Wed., Thun. Laa Cheney ll "Lautk. Clewa Lauih" Frl., Sat Gertrude Olmitead In "Brimlni Ut Father" ONTARIO GRANADA Wed.. Thun., Frl. Ramon Nevarn in Aoreit ta Ciniaaora" Sat. Kan Maynard la "The Devil' Saddle PASADENA COLORADO (rKB,r" Wed.. Tkura. Laa Ckanty la "Lauih, Clewn Lauik" Frl.. Sat. Bate Danlali la "Th Flfty-Flfty Girl" FLORENCE Wrd., Thun. Vletar MiLln la "A Blrl In Every rert" Frl., Sat Mary Attar W "Dreieed ta Kill" STRAND Wed . Thun.. Frl., Snt Herald Lleyd Is Speedy" POMONA CALIFORNIA Wed.. Thun Richard Barlhelmeu aa "Tha Patent Leather Kid" Frl.. Ret. Pally Mere In "Brinilni Up Father" REDLANDS LIBERTY Wed.. Thurt. "Silk Leii;" "Thnkt fr th Buigy Ride" Fri.. Sat. Baary and Hattaa it "Partnen la Crime" MAJESTIC Wad., Thun J eh a Gilbert la "Came Klray" Fri., Sat. "Under the Tente Rim" RE DON DO CAPITOL Wed., Thun H trail Herd la "Speedy Fri.. Sat Cheiter Caaklla in "Tw Flamlai Yeutht'' RIVERSIDE LORING REGENT Wed Tkun Glide Gny In "Th Devil Dancer." Rev. "Battnaa Butler" Frl.. Sat Helene Ceetelle la "la Old Kentucky" SAN BERNARDINO WEST COAST Wed Lea Cfctaay la "Uuih. Clewa Lauik' Tkan., Frl.. tt Lllliaa Slik la "Tka Eaeaay" SAN LUIS OBISPO ELMO Wed.. Tkun. Nerma Sheerer la "Tke' Aetreei" FH.. et Pally Mann In "Brlnln Ul Fltkar" EL MONTEREY Frt. 'Hall Ckayeaae" at. "Craalu Cant Wla" SAN PEDRO CABRILLO Wed., Than. laa Cheney la "Lauih, Cleva Uaik" Fri.. Sat. jakany Hlnee la "Ckletea Ckarlie" SANTA ANA WALKER'S Wad., Tkun Elaaaar Beerdmea la "Tke Crawd;" Faaekea & Marea Varletlaa Frl.. Set. Fred Tkemneaa la "Tka Planner eeut;" Faaekea A Mine Verlitln SANTA PAULA GLEN CITY Wed., Than Jehnny Burke la "Th Geed. Bye Kite" Frl. Leuri La Plente la "Silk Steklai" Sat.Llenal Bnrrymera la "The Thirteenth Neur" SANTA MONICA CRITERION Wed.. Thun Laura Ll Plant In "Thanht far ine auigy ma ' Frt., (at Oerethy Mvkalll In "Ladiee' Nllht la. . r...k.l.a. B.aLII i urttitn in VENICE CALIFORNIA Wed.. Tkun. Lratrlre Jay It "Blue Danube.' i nun. Key. "Heokie ' Frl., Sat Tent Ml la "The Daredevil' riewarar' vaua. WILMINGTON GRANADA Wad., Thun Nerma Shearer in "The Actreet" Frl., Set Haeld Lleyd In Speedy" EMPRESS Watch far Our Pretrial INDI VIDUA L THE A TERS ANAHEIM FAIRYLAND Teday and Tkun. Laura Ll Plante In "(Ilk Steekingi" Frl.. Sat Ralph Inee la "Chleaga Attar Midnight" FULLER TON MISSION COURT WATCH FOR OUR PROGRAMS RIALTO OUR PROGRAMS ARE ALWAYS 6000 GLENDALE GATEWAY San Ftrnandf Rd. tod Glfn(taU Blvd OUR SHOWS ARE ALWAYS tiOOD HOLLYWOOD HUNLEY'S SI 13 Hellyweed Boulevard Teday and Thun. "The Big City" and "Oa te Rene ' Frl.. Set "The Patty" and "A Dh at th Reilment" LARCHMONT tXX B,, Teday Phyllit Haver la "Chicago" . Thun., Frl Wallace Beery and Raymend Hattaa in "Partner In Crime" MAR-CAL (1025 Hollywood Boulevard Teday "Rata Marie" ind "The Thirteenth Jurer" Thun., Frl. "Tha Lateit Frem Parle" and The Feur-Fluthr ' MARQUIS iro.Vrt'S- Teday Phyllit Haver In "Chloaia" Thun., Frl. Klnt Vider' "Tha Crewd" INGLEWOOD SEVILLE Weet Blvd. at 4th St Free Aula Park PROGRAM UNANNOUNCED LOS ANGELES AMBASSADOR W' Teday litalla Taylar la "Th Whl Weman" Thun. "Latiannelr la Parlt" Frl. Clan Baw ll "Red Hair" RAMPART 2625 Tempi Teday "Quality Straw" and "Dead Man' Curve" Thun., Frt. La Chaney la "The Bit City" RIVIERA 6ioo Wait Adamt Teday Jaok Halt I "Tke Time" Thun.. Fri. Oalent Del Ri ia "Lev at Carmen" WESTERN -r awnue at 39th St. Tedey "Levelern" and "Almett Human" Thun.. Frl. Louise Farenda in "Tlllia't Punctured Rename" SAN PEDRO STRAND raelh 8t nth st. Teday, Thun., Frl. Otlerea Dal Ria ti Levee af carmen - SOUTH PASADENA COLONIAL Tedey and Thure "The tnemy" and "Pleaiun drran nuiineti Frl., Sat "Beyend Lend' Llihtt" WA TTS LARGO gas 2knacC!&t&ttmcz MEXICO MISSION VISITS COLLEGE Morning Spent in Tour, of Friends Institution Educator Group Interested in Avocado Show Parly Greeted at Occidental; Trade Parley Today The Mexican Cultural Mission, comprising twenty-five educators from the southern republic, who are In Los Angeles to study the school systems of California and foster good will, spent the day visiting Whlttler College. Whlttler State School, the Avocado Show and points of Interest near Whlttler. In the afternoon tney were guests at faculty tea at Occidental College and later were entertained at din ner by the International department of Young Women's Christian Association. The visitors first were entertained yesterday at Whlttler College with a complimentary assembly program, and then were driven to the Whlt tler State 8chool. where they were received by Superintendent Scudder. The Klwanls Club entertained the jroup at luncheon. Dr. Federlco Martscal of Mexico was the prin cipal speaker, and told of the educational work there. GOOD MILL MESSAGE Later the party motored to La Habra, Los Nletos and Pico, whore they visited schools. Their inter est was keen In the Avocado Show now on at Whlttler. Dr. Walter Friar Dexter, presi dent of Whlttler College, Introduced tue speakers at tne morning assembly. Dr..Marlscal spoke of the hope of the cultured classes of Mexico to educate the less fortunate, and spoke of the educational work the government now Is pro moting. Mrs. Rosa Arrlaga, member of the English department at the University of Mexico, spoke fluently In English, and said In part: "We bring you a message of good will and love from the Mexican government. Our system of education is similar to that which you have here in California. Our problem Is to educate the masses, not alone for their own pleasure and profit, but that they may be better neighbors to other nations. On this trip we are hoping to sow the seeds of friendship and better international understanding." Dr. Louis T. Jones, director of correlation course and project work at Whlttler college, spoke of the work of the Friends In the early days, among the North American Indians. A quartet comprised of Whittier College students sang in Spanish "Paloma Blanca." AT OCCIDENTAL The visiting educators were guests of Occidental College in the late afternoon at an informal reception and tea in Erdman Hall. Prof. William D. Allison delivered a short address of welcome. Prof. Federlco Mariscal responded for the visitors. Today the Mexican educators will be gufrsts of the Breakfast Club, with Dr. Rufus B. Von KleinSmid as the main speaker. Later there will be a conference with the domestic trade committee. Chamber of Commerce, and luncheon with the foreign trades department of the chamber. In the afternoon they will take an automobile trip to the harbor and a boat ride through the courtesy of Capt. S. Sandberg. harbor traffic manager. They will close the day's activity with a faculty tea at U.S.C. Tomorrow they will spend the day visiting the Los Angeles city schools and will attend a dinner in their honor at the Hollywood Hotel, the guests of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce. Later they will be guests at Crauman's Chinese Theater. Plans for the remainder of their stay include visits to motion-picture studios, University of California at Los Angeles, Pomona College and other places of interest in Southern California. MRS. LINDGERGH BID Dr. C. N. Thomas, director of the International Council for Educa tional Progress, yesterday wired Mrs. Evangeline Lindbergh, mother of Charles Lindbergh, p,sking her to pay a visit to Los Angeles to meet the group of Mexican educators here. The tlegram, which also was signed by Mrs. Susan M. Dorsey, superintendent or Los Angeles schools, declared that Mrs. Lind bergh's presence here would do much to cement a Detter understanding between the United States and Mexico. Dr. Thomas was also in receipt of a telegram from President Calles expressing the latter's gratification that the Mexican educators here are enjoying such a satisfactory visit. DAVIS TO QUIT POST ON JUNE 1 Chief Deputy Prosecutor Will Open Own Office; Successor Not Yet Named Harold L. Davis, for the last two years chief deputy under Dist.-Atty. Keyes, announced yesterday that he will leave the District Attorney's office and enter private practice June 1. next, with offices in the James Oviatt Building. Davis, who formerly was a newspaper reporter, entered the District Attorney's office four and one-half years ago as secretary to Keyes. After serving In this capacity for nearly a year he became a deputy District Attorney. Later he was placed in charge of the homicide division and with the resignation .of Buron Fltts as chief deputy. Davis was appointed to fill the vacancy. Davis announced his-lntention of leaving the District Attorney's office six weeks ago. stating that he would finish prosecution of the first Julian case before resigning. Dist.-Atty. Keyes last night said he has not yet decided whom he will appoint in Davis's place. Queen Mary of England h&s only one maid of honor. This is a drop from fourteen, which Queen Victoria had ta her relga WRITER IS CHOSEN DIRECTOR De Milk Appoints Toy Carndl to Handle "Celebrity" Beverly Hilh Will Have Community Theater: Eve Southern Will Star in "Naughty Duchess" BY GRACE KINGSLET Following a definite, policy of de veiopmg new screen talent In tranches ether than that of acting. General Manager William Slstrom of the De Mllle studios announces that Tay Garnett, screen writer, has been assigned to direct 'Celcbritv.H one oi tne most important of the new Pathe productions to be pro cucea toy naipn uiock, associate producer. Wlliard Keefe wrote the original play. Garnett, who is still In his twen tics, began his screen career not so long ago, writing titles and stories for Sennett comedies. Later he wrote, titled and directed a number of comedies for Hal Roach. Slightly more than a year ago he came on the De Mllle lot. where he participated in the adaptation of "White Gold." William K. Howard's, outstanding production. As heretofore announced, una Basquette, Robert Armstrong and Clyde Cook will fill ,the principal roles. Beverly's Little Theater It would be Just too bad if Bev erly H1113 were to be out of fashion about anything, especially in regard to the establishment of a community theater. A group of actors, neaaea Dy Leslie Pearce and Irene Hunt, is going to see to it that no such terrible thing befalls that aristocratic suburb. Leslie Pearce, who, as you will remember, directed "Interference" and "The Captive," is to be stage director, wnue Miss Hunt, formerly a picture star, but retired during the past few years following her marriage, is president of the organization. The pair have been working together In a smaller known as the Workshop, but now want to branch out PATSY RUTHt MILLER. in a larger way. The first play will be J. C. Nu-gent's "Kempy." and it will be produced for the first time in the West June 7 at the Rodeo school auditorium in Beverly Hills. This play was one of the popular New York successes of a season or two ago. Later In the fall more highbrow fare will be provided, when Pearce and Miss Hunt expect to produce a number of European plays, Including some by Molnar and Schnltzler, not heretofore seen in tills country. A large group of Beverly's leading citizens are interested in the venture, and it is hoped that the organization may build a theater next year. In the meantime you may have the pleasure of seeing Pat O'Malley. Ethel Jackson, Patsy Ruth Miller, Winston Miller and Carl Miller appear in "Kempy." It isn't so much of a family affair, however, as it sounds. Inasmuch as, though Wins- ton emrf Paten TJntVi era hrnlh on1 sister, Carl Miller is no relation at all to them. Perhaps you will recognize Carl Miller from having seen him on the screen and also in "The Green Hat" on the stage with Ruth Chatterton. Tom Terrls's New One Anthony Hope's story, "The Indiscretion of the Duchess," is to reach the screen via Tiffany - Stahl, we learned yesterday, and no less skillful and accomplished a director than Tom Terris Is to make it. The picture will, however, be called "The Naughty Duchess," that title having what one might call more of a tang to it than the original. Eve Southern Is scheduled to play the leading feminine role, the name part, and an excellent starring role for her. The other players have not been chosen. The locale of the story is Spain, a country which Terris knows so well that he can take it apart and put it together agin. Ramon Novarro Home Soon Ramon Novarro is even now sailing the bounding main, on his way home from Europe. And while aboard ship he will probably learn all the sea-going terms he can, in preparation for his next picture, Which will be a sea-going picture. It will be titled "Gold Braid," and is a story of the navy. Byron Morgan wrote it for Metro-Gold-wyn-Mayer. Ramon NO VAT? WO While no director has been definitely assigned, it is understood that Jack Conway probably will direct. Novarro will be here Bround June 1 to begin work. Kay Hammond's Flans Whether Kay Hammond, who gave such a brilliant account of herself as leading lady at the Mo-rosco. will remain In our midst or will hie her to New York, remains to be seen. It Is Just possible that she may stav here and appear in a play by Ethelbert Hale, whom you may remember to have seen as the preacher in "Rain," or she may return to New York to star in one or the other of two plays by Wlliard Robertson, who wrote "The Sea Woman" for Blanche Yurka John Adolfl Departs Carrying a special train .of five cars for a week's location trip in Mexico, John Adolfl. directing "The Midnight Taxi" for Warner Brothers, departed with his company from the Santa Fe station Monday night. ' The entire cast was taken on the expedition, deluding Antonio Moreno. Helene Costello. Myrna Loy. William Russell. Bobble Agnew, Tommy Dugan, Pat Hartigan, Jack taSJi ' . ' ', E.VE. South Santoro and a staff of cameramen and electricians. Gayhe Whitman in It Since leaving the Morbsco Theater, Gayne Whitman seems not to have had an Idle moment. He has been busy in pictures. His newest engagement Is as a sort of gentlemanly heavy in George Jessel's current Tiffany-Stahl production, "The Ghetto." Colored Actor With Lasky An Important member of the "Beggars of Life" company will be Edgar Blue Washington, the colored actor who made such a sensational hit in 'The Blood Ship." Washington Is to be one of the four tramps who are among the principal characters in the Paramount picture. Anders Randolf Cast If you have been wondering who will play the father In Fox's screen version of Charles Francis Coe's story, "Me. Gangster." you will probably be pleased to learn that that very skillful player. Anders Randolf, has been cast for the part. Fred Kohler's New Contract Fred Kohler. who has done such excellent villaining for Paramount, has Just signed a new long-term contract with that organization, according to the announcement of B. P. Schulberg, made yesterday. SCREEN GIRL WINS ACTION FOR DIVORCE Barbara Bedford Charges Husband Made Her Stay Home Between Pictures Whenever Barbara Bedford, mo tion-picture actress, finished a picture and craved a little social life, automobile trips or some other in nocent amusement to get her mind off her work, her director-husband refused to gratify her wish but told her to "stay at home, vegetate and get ready for another Job." This in substance was her testi mony in her divorce case heard yesterday by Judge Blake, who after hearing the wife's complaint of cruelty, granted her a decree. The case was brought against John A. Rascoe. She was represented in court by her attorney, J. Allen Frankel. "He was never home during the week-end," the wife complained. -''He would never take me anywhere unless I insisted." The treatment of the husband. the actress testified, caused her to suffer a nervous breakdown. Miss Bedford said her husband had an old-fashioned idea that a wife is beneath the husband, mentally and every other way. She also added that on one occasion he declared he did not like being in "double harness." JUrS. tmTD&T& KOSC mOUier OI M,iss Bedford, and her brother Wil Ham Rose corroborated the plain tiffs testimony. New Tea Room Opens Saturday The new downtown tea room of Mr. anci Mrs. Will C. Harris on the fcecond floor of the Security Bank Building at Seventh street and Grand avenue will be opened with a housewarming Saturday afternoon. The houis will be from 2 to 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Harris were pioneers In the establishment of tea rooms in Los Angeles. They operate the Mary Louise Tea Room, opposite Westlake Park, which enjoys an international reputation for its cuisine and hospitable atmosphere. COMPTROLLER RETURNS U.CL.A. Official Studies Business Methods of Eastern Colleges Methods employed by the larger universities of the East in business administration were studied by Robert M. Underhill. assistant comptroller in charge of the business department of U.C.L.A., who returned yesterday from a two weeks' trip. Mr. Underhill represented the University of California at a convention of university and college business officers at Minneapolis. He also visited the universities of Wisconsin, Chicago, Illinois and Northwestern. COUNCIL GIVEN PLANS The City Engineer yesterday submitted to the Council the ordinance of intention for the San Fernando Road and Clybourn-avenue improvement district. The ordinance was set down for hearing June 18. IF ILM MENAGERIE GIVEN RUN-OUT Police Board Cold to Tlea for Skunks, Buzzards And Companions Permission to, keep skunks, buzzards and other animals and birds, used in motion pictures, by August Mascottl at 1144 North Highland avenue was turned down unanimously by the police commissioners yesterday, when Mascottl made formal request tot the permit, as directed by the police department, following complaints and an investigation. , Mascottl, in his request, stated that the animals named were harmless and were allowed freedom without leash in the studios and there had never been any trouble with them but the commissioners decided they were not the kind of pets which should be kept In the city limi!?, AHrtHtf Cficatct0 amusements entertainments af i K eaMIt- fral X .Lll I U , " " -1 . Vl .X 11 '0f ) a : twice oaiiV fein I i Gfi 111! tliUMiirU X arV iV JX f . PROLOGUE X. HaaU an aala at Owl Druf. am and t'Dineea Theew paiwla bo oHkl. plwoi GLtditooe SIM Ruaacll Mlmpann, Drla 3 Tex ERLANCER'S .BlLTMOR 2 .Wccks-toly MATINFES WEDNESDAY SATURDAY SEE AND A T TOWFR m aViVM. t. Broadway at KKIHb Hianiitnt Gosta Ekman'in "THE GOLDEN CLOWN" STARTS TOMORROW "SURRENDER" MART PHtlBIH eaef IV 4V MnSWKII QUINNEY'S May 15 tO 26 Colorado PASADENA COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE No Performance! Sunday Gloria SW ANSON Pa L Aib E In SADIE THOMPSON" BUKBANI SIXTH AND MAIN Clara FOLLIES MAIN AT FOURTH TRUSTEE'S closing out THE ENTIRE STOCK OF Feagans &. Company Jewelers A Wonderful Opportunity to Purchase WEDDING AND GRADUATION GIFTS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES We extend a most cordial invitation to attend this sale of Fine Diamond Creations, American and Swiss Watches, Clocks, Silverware and Novelties. Just a few of the real values offered: D223 PLATINUM TOP BAR PIN 2 Diamonds, Oriental Sapphire in center regular price $140 Now $90. D3S0 DIAMOND AND SAPPHIRE RING; Platinum Mounting; 12 DIAMONDS; 1 Oriental Sapphire in center, wt. 1.39 ct. Regular Price $600 Now $325. LARGE LINE OF GENTS' STRAP AND POCKET WATCHES LADIES' RIBBON WATCHES ALL PRICES FROM $10.00 UP. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SILVERWARE AT VERY A VERY COMPLETE LINE OF THE LATEST COSTUME JEWELRY INCLUDING PARISIAN, RUSSIAN AND AMERICAN CREATIONS. MUCH BELOW USUAL PRICES. THE NOVELTY LINE IS VERY COMPLETE, CONSISTING OF PLATINUM, GOLD, SILVER AND ENAMEL CREATIONS AT UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES. Wm. H. MOORE, JR., TRUSTEE 435 W. Seventh St at Olive MAY IG, 1923. PART WVW'MWrMTrYrJ "Dawson Days mid sfn ablaze when riotous love fait el tteUi JCKil ly ; G-M triumph lih Dolores Del Rio Ralph Forbe Karl Dana. Tully Marshall. 3 rvttrl. ana Tenen Hoiti. oio. too par. "I Lloyd ana, la.aou piayare. 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