The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition was held in 1909 in Seattle on the University of Washington campus. It celebrated the commerce and cultures of the Pacific Northwest, Alaska/Yukon, and the Pacific Rim regions.
Possibly related to the article, "Kidnapers of Officer Hunted, Five Armed Autoists Abduct Street Superintendent, Escape is Made in Motor Car Believed Stolen, Plot to Rob Beverly Hills Bank Suspected," Los Angeles Times, April 1, 1921. the article states: "Five armed men believed to have been planning to hold up the First National Bank of Beverly Hills, yesterday morning abducted C.B. Duncan, Superintendent of Streets of Beverly Hills, and after forcing him into an automobile drove to a clump of eucalyptus trees near Culver City, where he was released…"
Related to 2 articles: (1) "Nab Four For Bank Robbery, Mexicans Are Taken After One Hour’s Chase, First National of Arcadia Out Five Thousand, Cashier Saves Institution from Greater Loss." Los Angeles Times, 6 Apr. 1922. Print. The article states: "… That the four men are members of the band that held up and robbed the Bank of Alhambra Tuesday afternoon and escaped with $700 in cash was asserted by the arresting officers …" (2) "Outlaws Raid Alhambra Bank, Armed Men Grab Cash and Escape to City, Seven Hundred Dollars is Taken from Cage, Robbers Force Autoists to Help Their Flight." Los Angeles Times, 5 Apr. 1922. Print.