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BY FIERCE RIOTS
WILD DISORDER REIGNS AT
MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT KID.
NAPED BY ROWDIES
One Man Killed snd Several Persons
Injured in Furious Disturbance
in Which Police Attack
i Special Cabl* to Tha HaraM.)
LONDON, Jan. B.—Riotous scenes
characterize the closing days of one of
the most interesting political cam- 1
is In British history. At several of
the meetings held by Liberals in Lon
don this evening the disorders amount- j
ed almost to open conflict, and in ad
dition to pyrotechnics and oratory,
mingled with frequent police calls and
bad eggs, London today was agog over
the report that Lord Ronaldshay, mem
ber of parliament, had been kidnaped
following an address at a political
meeting near Liberal headquarters.
Lord Ronaldshay was In the midst of
his discussion of the relative merits of j
the Liberals and the Coneorvatoives
when rowdies broke up the meeting and
carried the peer to a nearby Socialist |
The kidnapers had to fight off Ron
alduhay's friends, but they succeeded
in carrying their victim to another hall
and there bombarded him with ques
He was compelled to pass several \
hours answering the Socialists, and waa
in a state of collapse when finally lib
It Is reported several prominent poli
ticians will ba prosecuted for partici
pating In the kidnaping.
Late last night one man was killed
and several more were seriously in
jured in a political riot Just outside the
hall where Wedgwood Henn, a Lib
eral member of parliament, had deliv
ered a radical address.
A call for the police followed, and in
making arrests two officers were seri
ously wounded. One woman sustained i
a broken arm, and in the panic result- j
Ing from the attack of the officers on
the rioters a baby was crushed.
T'-ifteen riot calls were sent in today
from various sections of the city. It is
believed the arrests by midnight will |
Many journals today predicted the
probable obliteration of Premier As-1
<juith, leader of the Liberal party, and
the elevation to the premiership of
Lloyd-George in the event of the Lib
winning the coming election.
Lloyd-George is fighting his way un- |
dor a. bitter arraignment from the j
press, which has seemed to emphasize |
The Times today acquitted Asquith of
the responsibility for the increasing
violence that has marked the last few
days of the campaign. The Times says:
"Lloyd-George set himself the task of
deliberately Inflaming the people's pas- j
FORMER MINISTER FOUND
GUILTY OF ABUSING HIRL
Charges of Abduction for His Immoral
Purposes and as "White Slave"
OTTAWA, Kas., Jan. B.—Rev. ■Wil-
Ham Stuckey, the former minister i>T
Wiliiamsburg who has been on trial i
here charged with abducting Lorena
Sutherland, his 16-year-old parishioner,
of Stomach Gases
Many Different Causes Are Con
cerned in Gaseous Accumu
lation in the Stomach
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the secretion of digestive juices in the
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the evolution of much gas.
It is evident, however, that a consid
erable time is required to allow pas to
be formed in any large quantity in the
Ftomaeh, and, therefore, flatulence
from this cause is not likely to occur
until some time after food has been
eaten. If the pylorus, or opening from
i lie stomach into tho intestines, i
not close promptly, gas may pass from
the duodenum into tho stomach, and
distend it; and such distension may
occur at any time of the day or night,
tnd 's not entirely dependent v]
the decomposition of food in the stom
ach, although this may be a prominent j
cause in many cases.
There is still another cause of ex
cessive flatulence, nnd that Is the
swallowing of air. There Is no doubt
nbout air being carried down Into the
sromach by the food eaten; but it is
also known that liquids force S much
greater Quantity of air into the ali
mentary tract than foods do.
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I was found guilty by a jury today. The
■ probably will be appealed.
Btuckey was found guilty on both
charges, those Of abducting the sirl
I for his OWI immoral purposes and (or
abducting her for "white slave" pur-
I poses. The penalty Is from one to live
years on each count.
The jury T.aa out only thirty mm!
-! utes. The minister's wife, who hud
stood by her husband throughout
ordeal, sobbed audibly when the v< ■■-
| diet was reached, and later when
Stuckey was taken back to Jail. Their
! two children also wept.
Sentence was deferred pending i
i sideration of an appeal.
(Continued frnm r»r On»i
. the condition of the present adminis
. tratlon are sufficient to make one
doubt, ware it not for an occasional ray
. of hope, the truth and sincerity of the
William J. HttßSaker of the law firm
of Hunsaker & Uritt, one of the
warts of the Republican party in Lot
Angeles, expressed Indignation at the
ousting of Pinchot.
"I am entirely with Pinchot In this
matter," he said, "and I am firmly of
the conviction that he is on the right
siilo. lie has shown his loyalty to ihe
causa of the people at every turn, and
it is most roßxetable that his work has
I been prevented from bringing results
I by the summary action of the president.
I President Taffs continued high Stand*
; ing In the estimation of the public will
j depend upon his careful consideration
I of the interests of the people."
Regrets Loss of Champion
"I am sorry that the people have lost
so good a champion as Glfford Pinchot,"
said Marshall Stlmson, president of the
Good Government organization ami a
leader among local Republicans. "How
ever, It may later appear that this very]
move by the president will have the
effect of placing the matter In its true
"I advocated the nomination and have
approved of the policies of President }
Taft, and 1 desire to see his term in
office a success, hut If It la to be what '•
the people hoped for it the president I
must stand for the rights of the people. J
ns opposed to selfish property Interests. 1
Glfford Pinchot Is one of the strong j
men of the Republican party in whom
every loyal member of the party has!
| had the greatest confidence. He was!
one whose utmost endeavors were
pitted against those who were trying ]
to grab the Alaska coal lands. I can
not but resret keenly the course af
[ fairs have taken."
"When President Taft removed Gif- 1
! ford Pinchot from office he brought af
fairs between corporate Interests and
the people's int^i^sts to a crisis." said
RUSS Avery. "I (irmly believe that a
new party will be created by Taffs I
action which will effectively smash the
I machine. The Issue was not between
I Pinchot and Ballinger. It was a light
| nf the people against the machine. The ■
I first step of the battle favored the ma-j
chine, but the fight has just begun.
Sees New Leadership
"As for Pinehot, I believe that he will I
he the next champion of the Roosevelt
policies, and I hope to have the pleasure
of voting for him at no distant date, i
i The people trust him. He is an er
i ponent of those Interested in fighting
; graft and corporate control, and the'
people will see that he again is placed I
in a position of trust.
"During the time that he was al
head of the forestry service I under
stand that Mr. Pinchot has received no
salary and simply has been reimbursed
for his expenses. Personally, Mr.
Pinchot and myself are close friends.
1 say these things, however, because l|
know that the qualities which were thej
cause of his being removed from ol
will make him i>r -i ! ■it of the United
states, x.-xt to Roosevelt there la no
belter man for the position."
GORE SAYS TYRANT
MUST BE REMOVED
DANVILLE, 111., Jan. B.— "Democrats j
should give aid and comfort to Ke- :
publican progressives In Republican'
districts who voted against Speaker I
Cannon, against his ruli
tariff and against the ship subsidy,"
was the opinion expressed by Senator
Thomas P. Gore of Oklahoma, Demo
'Their heads," said he, "should not
be carried on a charger merely I. -
a, by refusing to fawn, they fal
"If the reign of stand-pat tyranny is j
continued 1 have little choice among I
tha tyrants. Destroy this despotism, if I
you would deal roy the despot.
'Cannon and Aldrich are in the path '
of progress—the chosen champions of
privilege, the guiding genius of the
new administration, Hi" friends and
favorites of the king, perched on the !
urns of the throne.
"Roosevelt was able to run his ad- '
ministration without their domination j
Jt seems that Mr. Taft surrendered at
the first summons.
'it, In his way. was the!
frund of progress, the foe of privil
and the people may yet prefer
strenuoslty of Roosevelt to the sinu
osity of Taft. They may yet conclude
that 'the hands are the 1
Esau, but the voice is Jacob's volo '
"The country is on its knees now ,
praying that we may escape the scan
dal in Alaska, An investigation has I
become imperative. Let us nope there
will be no wanton use either of lai
black or of whitewash."
Mr. Gore condemned a ship sub-
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NEW APARTMENT HOUSE
TO FACE WESTLAKE PARK
A three-story apartment house Is to
be erected on Alvarado' street between
Sixth and Seventh strai ta, facing West
lake park, it will be a frame struc
ture of mission design and will be 4lx
157 feet. It will contain eighty
rooms, divided into two and 1!
room and bath apartments, and all will
be outside rooms. The front and
of the building back to the first llght
court will be plastered on metal lath
and the balance of the exterior will be
rustic. C. C. Rittenhouse Is the archi
tect, and W. W. Paden the .owner Es
timated cost $37,000. '
Architect E. LS. Melnardus Is prepar
ing plans for a three-story frame
apartment houso to lie sVeoted on Bon
nie Brae between Seventh .tnd Eighth
streets by W. W. Paden. It will be E0
xl6o feet and will contain forty apart
ments of two and three rooms and
bath each. It will be of mission style
with front of cement plaster on metal
lath, rustic exterior, tue and eon,
timi roof, and lire i
—* p »
Don't fail to read about Occidental
Park, page 6, part 4.
LOS ANGELES TIET? VT/P: SUNDAY MOTiXTNG. JANUARY 0. 1010.
The Gem's " Unlimited Credit Prices " Are Lower Than
Other Stores' Cash Figures—We'll Prove It!
Yes—we'll prove it—we'll prove that we not only sell the articles exactly as we Ued Credit" plan, which gives you the veery easiest terms of all, at the same low
advertise, but hundreds and hundreds of others for less than any other store in money-saving prices as though you paid cash, and without a cent of interest. It's
the city. We're out of the fancy rent class—we have no fancy expenses we can worth thinking about—it's worth investigating; all we ask is that you come and
afford to sell for less than the "big" stores, or the "quality" stores, and we not look through our stock, get our prices on anything you need. We carry every
only se 1' -' "•« '.-«-(■ prices in town, but we give you the benefit of our "Unlim- thing to furnish homes completelyfurniture, stoves, rugs, kitchen ware, etc.
Z****^ .^«a&!» .aeasa-^ A Regular $25 Golden _ osE = S g™—^——- The Gem's Quick and • /flk.
>""^ W d&®®&^s&E&^^ or Weathered Oak 6 Ft. /^^^ "} Easy Washer best ifw^Myl
A§Ps*T^r if ~tMs Is a st >'lisTl tablo—one of Ji!! S|L U? V« 51/ iMj "5^ VWpR
*Sl«Bi^~ -^ fu" llne °^ dlnlnK furniture— if^^^^^^^^^^^K along °ln "half "ho thne* sarea [}} I
fc-ijt \>. i -S" tables of other styles, chairs, (M/ two-thirds the labor; doeg the worn a lot •
china cabinets, sideboards, etc, «* til^ better; the best washing machine on the
The FamOUS $10 Gem Gas Everything at bargain prices. °^ market. Price so srtall and terms so easy —
c raillOUS *1U Oem lias __-*.--" youMI never ml=s the money.
Range —$1 down . ■ »'-■"■" ■■ ■"■"""■■"ll ■ ' ""■ni^ni"*^""* ~~ ■ ■" ■ B"MI1
m :;;nlrL^"S The Gem Sells Iron Beds for Less Than Other yfflT|\
IB^^dtoioii' Dealers Pay for Them tam^m^ (' \ !!!S^
fgft Dealers Pay for Them I I
Jf?3 !& "TS nnfv er $2.35 This Bed, $9.50 Everywhere, for Only $6.35 U \ /MjAJrM-M
9, * i*i , lots .1' —wo have become the iron and brass bed headquarters of the town; *5 I < \ V V»\r J J^/^ rv-*-^ SjcT
iSMMssW. Baa}st^o&Sti^'SL i~>-°'t Ar °«inal* "'"'' "" " we sell more iron beds in a week than some of the other stores in a K(fJi < _J _J»_U— % —^ —'"""'" '"'U.'^p,
WBr *2Hfl co" ■ burn*™?' §? s*» month. This bed shown here la a handsome pattern- /]»/- *\ m m\f"~ If J)» & % i tTrv"wl\
....,, a >..,-...^.^ ,„,,^uy.,?«— ;?;£• : 5^56.35 w fj ii|l,LLtaiiiilllinßv
<gzi~^T^ Thisßegularss.oo '" I<X4n r " Dawn 'lOc a'Day il3 li^^SlP
. S3 SO it^^ Re Bular $3-00 Iron Bed > Fu» Size, $1.50
>, Ifj ~'. : -.' ';.,": , ■'.■. . , .J. I M.H ill! I*l 'ir^Us»^*—the bout lied in the town at tho price; well made, strong, nicely enameled;
I wj —the handiest kitchen table \>-.ul y\ \JJ X-l^ choice of colors.
Vfr tj made— two 60-lb. Hour bins, \ v*«w»*"'^ We have other patterns— a big line to choose from, at all prices. And on every
J6 /^ two drawers and moulding » style we can save you money. Any bed (1 down, l"c a day.
>-» . boards; strongly made, nicely Mattress Special—Regular $12 genuine (loss mattress that will eiie years <£-j e(\
i ■'■•■ij finished In natural color. , or splendid service, special, this week j .'.. . v'""s"
IWe Rent Wheel Chairs 1 We Ship Goods Anywhere. Send Us Your Orders 1 JL- ga rQ f; om f or f ~~~
■HI VVe ivent Wiled \><nairt> — deliver within local Umlts in our own wagons promptly and place the mis «pt.JV V^UUUUII 4%^^Sr\
iii ti. - .\\ at pflir ivatGS goods in your home in the very best of condition. We do not bother you with C±»,l~ ¥> JT» 1 r'/wMvV/T'
M« i,"<^,"-'TiV "v * "■**■ *** collectors—you pay at our store at your own convenience. We make our UIVIC 1\.66Q tVOCKGr k,,,p .='•■'■ — "I
« "-S^*l""*™^* ]l >nn want a good service most satisfying in every particular. " ' r"l ''il\'\ ■ , , "'/
ti^r ana double ad- f-* ,f PI U fill***" I\Li |J^ 1 i |S^ jj^ nnuie of good quality reed- :j\M^.l4^M;f
Jj^^^H^^^S^JLthe'w'tort rests— I f "Laji * 701-703 S.,Main St. V*"^ this price you should h^e -fas'" V,t\
JIM '. WSJL Hie very best style \J*^ /UI7UJ 3. HAIN OT. ll^ this price you should hay o 'Jr^OS^S^k I]
wOTiIBf 1"''!";"'';" 1™'5''1" Southwest Corner of Seventh and Main Sts "-"■---■ — - c^t*
SLflWttBE& r where in Southern HoMePhONE F7061. UNSET Phone MAIN 3458 rockers of all styles. Kvery \^%r
WjJj^^^iS^ s*^5*^ California. Complete House Furnishers-Cash or Unlimited Credit. one a bargain. -"^
DENOUNCE S. P.
(tonttnnprt from I'j« Ont»
wealth of the people of the United
States per Inhabitant is $19, while the
annual profits of the transportation and
Industrial monopolies now amounts to
§25 on an average to each person. The i
rullroad and other trusts are absorbing
more than (he earnings of the whole
people and are now taking the homes.
"There can be no honest regulation
if railroad or other rates until the gov
ernment and not the companies makes
"The country is tired of the device of
giving the carrier power to fix and ad
vance rates and then starting an impo
tent and endless scheme of litigation to
undo the wrong.
"The Interstate commerce commission
should have full power to supervise,
control and fix all interstate commerce
rates. a commerce court should be i ■■-
tablished to have exclusive jurisdiction
of all cases arising under the laws re
lating: to interstate commerce. I urged
the establishment of such a court in a
brochure published In 1902, and again
In 1903. I believe that the bread which
I then cast upon the water will return
after many days.
Combination of Roads
"It is a matter of common knowledge
throughout the country that railway
rates are made by a combination of all
the roads, controlled ;'g to rates as a
single system. There Is no competition
between them. They also control the
coastwise vessels ana most of the water
front upon the harbors. The only com
petition they meet or fear is foreign
water commerce in foreign ships. For
eign goods coming here must pay a cus
toms duty, so that the higher the tariff
is made the higher are the transcon
tinental railway rates.
"The Democratic party has properly
demanded in the past, and demands
now, that to meet government expenses
there should he a graduated Income tax
and also a tax upon estates; also a
"What Is meant, then, by those who
demand a tariff for revenue only, when
with the same breath they demand that
the revenue, or much of it, shall be
raised by other methods of taxation?
Under these circumstances the country
understands that this party slogan
amounts to a demand for practically
free trade and a return to European
standards of wages and living, which
is equivalent to a demand that our
manufacturing shall be done by for
eigners and our own people put out of
"As an Illustration: The tariff upon
citrus fruit of, a cent "a pound was put
there by California's (treat Democratic
senator, Stephen M. White. Without
that tariff we could not compete with
Italy. The citrus fruit industry today
in consequence of that tariff yields
California $40,000,000 a year; yet no one
even pretends that the tariff on oranges
Is for revenue only, because there In
practically no government revenue
from the tariff on oranges.
"The country Is longing to sea the
criminal laws enforced against the
(treat ana powerful criminals and not
against the weaklings alone, and con
demning administrative policy which
shields the great criminals while prose
cuting the weak.
"When a great trust is prosecuted
and ordered dissolved, we want no
more Inoperative decrees entered such
as that in the Northern Securities case,
which In effect continued the trust In
existence and only prohibited the
Northern Securities company from
controlling the trust. We want no
more decrees which attack the shadow
and protect the substance of the wrong.
"I would summarize my views upon
these questions as follows:
"1. No railway or telegraph rates
DENOUNCES CANNON AS IRON
DUKE AND INVIDIOUS DESPOT
Norris Exposes Perversion of Constitution
and Tyranny of Speaker's Rules—Gore
Begs Democrats to Aid Insurgents
WASHINGTON, Jan. B.—ln ad
vance sheets of Senator La Fol
lette's publication, Representa
tive George W. Xorris of Nebraska,
one of the leading Republican insur
gents of the house, appears as author
of an ankle entitled: "The Secret of
His Power," in which he bitterly ar
talgtid Speaker tannon as a despotic
"irun duke," ruling the house of rep
resi nt«tives with a ruthless hand.
"Today, as far as the enactment of
legislation is concerned f " says Air.
Xorris, "the house of representatives
bean about the same relation to tho
national government as the appendix
docs lo tho human body—it has no
well recognized function. For all prac
tical purposes our national govern
ment, like Gaul of old, is divided Into
iiir.'' parts: The senate, the president
and the speaker.
Perversion of Object
"This perversion of the real intent
and object of tho constitution has
been brought about so gradually and
tly that until recently the people I
have not understood the method Of its'
accomplishment. That tho speaker j
possesses :i power second only to the
president, has been well understood by
the people at large for several years.
"That fty pome mysterious power he
controls the house of representatives!
.-. tli ;i rod of iron and at will moves \
its membera like pawn about the po-l
should ba made, maintained or ad
vanced without the approval of the
interstate commerce commission as to
interstate rates, and of the state rall
commisslon as to statu rates.
Lllway or telegraph bond or stock
should be issue.i except for money to
be. actually and legitimately expended,
and then only upon the approval of
such commission when satisfied that |
such Issues are for actual construction,
pr improvement of railways or tele-
K'"\ commerce court should be estab
lished to have exclusive jurisdiction of
all eases arising under the laws to
"8 The burdens and benefits of the
oustomi tariff should be so equalized
as to Hive producers, manufacturers
and laborers the equal protection of
tin lews. Farmers and miners are en
titled to equal protection with manu
facturers. To equalize the burdens and
benefits of the tariff as to American
labor the Immigration laws should ex-
Aslatlcs and all other races an
inistlc to our standards of liberty,
government, society and living.
"Customs duties should never exceed |
the difference between the cost of |
American and foreign production, and
such duties should not be imposed in
aid 01 any monopoly or trust. When a
monopoly exists as to any article the
duty should be suspended as to such
"All articles .that cannot be produced
In commercial quantity lirthis country
should he free from import duty.
"Tlie distance of California from the
chief markets at the country and rec
ognition ot Just equality before the law
demand the maintenance of the pres
ent tariffs upon cKrus fruits, hops,
raisins, nuts and Other articles com
peting With like California products.
"3. The harbors, waterways and
litical chessboard of national legisla
tion, is known by all men.
"The existence of this authority was
accepted by the country as a matter
of fact, and many people believed that,
by some constitutional provision or
some enactment of statute, he had
been given the power that he had been
"Members of the house who first
Blood off in amazement and wondered
at the system of control and then
searched for the sourco of this power,
soon discovered that the constitution
and the statutes enacted thereunder
had given to the speaker no authority
whatever, but that all the power he
possessed he obtained entirely and ex
clusively from the rules of the house.
"Even in these rules, it was not pos
sible to find any specific ennctment
that gave to him In direct terms the
wonderful authority over men and
measures that he seemed to be In pos
"This control seemed to be absolute
and almost without limit, and yet tlie
specific authorization of his power was
more or less a mystery and .secret."
Mr. Norris recounts efforts of the in
surgents to change the rules of the
house and the fruitless results. In the
opinion of the Xebrasknn the great
power of the speaker lies in his au
j thority to name the committees of the
rivers should be generally improved In
pursuance- of a comprehensive
to meet the demands of commerce and
to regulate transportation charges by
rail. We should favor opening of wa
tei-ways from the Great Lakes to the
Gulf, and lakes to the Atlantic, also
the Columbia river from Idaho to tho
Pacific, and all other waterways where
I practicable lor commercial uses, to
gether with the speedy completion of
the Panama canal.
"Whenever harbors and waterways
are improved the government should
hold and reserve for public uses suf
ficient of the water front to prevent
"4. We ahould favor the vigorous and
uniform criminal and civil prosecution
of violators of the laws against monop
olies and trusts.
"5. In order to preserve the repub
lican form of government and to ac
complish these results we should fa
vor simple and direct government by
the people, and consequently favor di
rect primaries and nominations, also
the initiative and referendum and di
rect election of United States senators.
"6. The time is rapidly approaching
I when our form of government and
I constitutional guarantees for the pro'
tection of llbfiity and property will be
put to the supreme test. We cannot
too often or too firmly declare our
confidence in republican institutions,
and fn the Integrity of our higher
courts and our adhesion to the en
forcement of the laws and constitu
EIGHT KILLED I"J EXLOBION
TUB DAL.LEB. Ore., Jan. B.—The acci
dental explosion today of dynamite on tin-
llnp of Ihe Oregon Trunk in!l.v;iy oau»d
Hm ■!. iili of eisht iahurcTs and the injury
of. several other*.
Occidental Park announcement is on
page 6, part 4. Don't miss it.
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high-class work. For a number of
years the Eurle Institute's chief doctor
was head doctor for the celebrated
Woodbury Institutes, and this fact
iilone means that he is skilled in these
' Just think of it! Over 36,000 patients,
men, women and children, from every
section of- the United Btatea and
Canada, were treated in THE EARLE
INSTITUTE offices in IUO9, with no
lost of time from home or bushics--*.
Send slump for booklet, or, better still,
call and sec this great doctor and talk
it over. Address The Earle Institute,
Suite 801-2 Broadway Central Hldg., 424
South Broadway. Phone M. 938.