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GAGE GOT THERE.
Lively Tilts Over the Liquor License Question. Plenty of Charges of Fraud aud Crookedness Presented. Dead Men's Names and Forgeries Appear on Protests. Judge Andereon of the Christian Tem perance Union ltetlrea From the Fray—The Two-Thirds Rule. The supervisors' rooms at the court house were again thronged yesterday with a mixed assemblage to hear further proceedings in the license application hearings. The following license appli cations were granted as a starter: O. E. Smith, San Gabriel; F. B. Weis, Dow ney; D. Antumez, Calabasas; R. Eli zilde, Toy Station; John Kans, Vernon; B. Risen, Avalon; H. Ducas, Vernon; J. J. Maltos, Wilmington; D. Lassere, San Gabriel; F. J. Barker, Vernon; A. Ren don, Kane hi to. The application of B. W. Hall of El Monte came up next. In thia caae there were 152 protestants. and 128 necessary to quash the application. Mr. Gage preaented a list of forty-nine withdraw als, making the protest invalid. Supervisor Forrester—When were thoae withdrawals made? Mr. Gage—l am not aware when they were filed. Thia case waa continued until today by consent ot the board yes terday. This ia the time for trying the case. Supervisor Forrester—We will never get through with these applications if we are to admit :iew lists of withdraw als. It will make a farce of the whole business. Mr. Last—The people of El Monte are perfectly willing that this license shall be granted. Justice Rush—Yes, the people of El Monte have uo objections. Judge Anderson—l believe that a Btop should be put to admitting these with drawals. We don't know when this lißt was made up. Mr. Gage—Let me say that you can not point to a single act on the part of the liquor dealers that is dishonest or fraudulent,' yet you men who are sup posed to represent the highest moral elements have preaented fraudulent pa pers here. Judge Anderson —You make that statement in the absence of witnesses of ours who are in the country, hence we cannot reply. Supervisor Forrester—The board de cided that it would admit no more with drawals ot petitions after we have gone into the hearing of a case. Mr. Gage—You give these protestants one month's time to prepare the pro tests and only one day to the applicant to make his defense. Judge Anderson—These papers bave .not been placed on file. Mr. Gage—No such ruling has been made by the board, but we are willing to place our papers on file. We have an alii davit here of a gentleman whose name appears on one of these protests, in which he swears that he never signed it. Supervisor Forrester—That kind of testimony is always in order. Supervisor Davis—l move that all pe titions of withdrawal shall be submitted in writing before we go into a hearing of a caae. Supervisor Hubbard—That ia not fair. The people have no opportunity to know what names are in the protests. I know of my own knowledge that a great many people have signed those protests who aid not know what they contained. Mr. Gage—Why not allow the appli cants ten days time to make their case? Supervisor Forrester—l do not think we ought to give men an opportunity to change their minds after signing the proteata. We do not want to make a farce of thia business. Mr. Gage—Horace Greeley said all great men change their minds. Supervisor Hubbard —I do not believe in taking snap judgment on any man, whether he ia in the whisky business or not. Judge Anderson — The applicant should have gone out and called among his neighbors when we worked up the protests. Mr. Gage—The trouble with you, judge, ia that you do not pay any at tention to tha law. If the law allowed us to go out and get petitions for license we would have done so. Judge Anderson—This ia a apeciea of election. Mr. Gage—Yes, and you want to do all of the voting yourselves, and we claim that you have stuffed the ballot box. Judge Anderson—That is not germain. Mr. Gage—Nothing is germain with you but injustice. The chair—Order, order. Supervisor Davis then withdrew bis resolution and it waa decided to take up the caae of B. VV. Hall, and Mr. Gage read petitions from forty-nine voters asking that their names be withdrawn from the protest. All of the petitiona for withdrawal, on motion, were then placed on file by Mr. Gage, and a motion was then offered by Supervisor Davis that hereafter all withdrawals shall be submitted in writing before tbe hearing of each caae. The motion was then carried, Supervisor Hubbard voting in the negative. Mr. Gage—l now want to produce a gentleman here who ia willing to awear he never signed the protest against the petition of that district. Fred Storm was then sworn and testi tied: I have looked at this protest to which my name is alleged to be signed. Thia ia not my signature; I never au thorized anyone to sign my name to this proteat, and did not know that it had been forged until laat night; I waa never asked to sign auch a petition. Judge Anderson —How long have you lived at Vernon. • j Mr. Storm—For three years, sir. Judge Anderson—la the gentleman's name on the great register? Assistant District Attorney Marble- Yea, air, and he is the only Fred Storm accredited to that district. The paper to which the forged name was signed waa a protest againat M. Garrizosa and H. Pierroni, applicants from Vernon. A receaa waa taken until 1:30 p. m. . After the morning session President Laat and Secretary Denia of the Liquor Men's association and Judge Anderson, in bebalf of the proteatanta, held a con sultation with the supervisors, to whom tbey submitted the following propo n aition. "We request that 700 eliminate the two-thirds petition clause from your ordinance and we will pay the license and assist you in eliminating all dis agreeable places and persons wherever and whoever they may be, which was undoubtedly your intention in passing the ordinance, and the error was com mitted in framing it." After some discussion it was mutually agreed to assent to the above prepo sition, AFTERNOON SESSION. The afternoon session of the super visors convened at 2 o'clock, and Judge Anderson walked in with hat in hand and wearing a mackintosh. "I wish to say to the gentlemen of the board that as counsel for the Christian Temperance Union association that we will with draw from the fight and will not- raise any issues on any of the protests except in some isolated cases, when we will give you due notice. We are not able to get into communication with certain parties." Mr. Gage—l would like you to get into communication with one of the alleged signers of a protest. He has been dead for one year and a half. Judge Anderson —Do not stir up our ire, or we will come into the case again. Mr. Gage—We consider that the clause condemning a man without a trial in the new ordinance renders the ordinance void. We are willing to waive the val idity of the act if that clause is stricken out. Supervisor Davis—When wo passed this ordinance we did ao, aa we thought, for the best interests of all concerned. We did not intend that it should be a sweeping prohibition enactment. We bave found, after several sessions, that this ordinance ia impracticable; that it has led to an endless entanglement, and is interfering with the transaction of the regular business of the county. I am therefore ready to vote for its repeal. Mr. Gage—lf you strike out that clause it would be wise for the board to determine the qualifications of the ap plicants yourselves. Our association will do all in its power to clean out im proper persons in the liquor business. Supervisor Davis then moved that the district attorney be instructed to pre pare an ordinance wiping out those por tions of sections 10 and 17 of the liquor license ordinance as far as they relate to providing for a protest signed by two thirds of a district as being efficacious in knocking out an application for a li cense. Mr. Gage—We are perfectly willing to pay over the license money and have the licenses dated March Ist. We only ask that licenses be granted to good men, and will aid in preventing improper persons from gaining licenses. We are willing that the most stringent regulations shall be drawn up in this particular. The following applications for licence were granted: B. W. Hall, El Monte; Frank Jascen, Lordsburg. The double-barreled petition against R. Blondeau and M. Labaig & Co. of Hollywood was then read, and Super visor Forrester moved that it be contin ued until March 10tb. Mr. Gage—We are ready to fight if you want it. You have agreed to place this question on the merita of appli cant's personal character, and now you are poaptoning all these cases. Supervisor Forreater — There are a large number of protestants and they may want to be beard. Mr. Gage—There are questions in volved here, and if we are left in tbe uncertainty of having no licenses we will pay no licenses until we know ex actly where we stand. Ido not believe in these double-barreled protests unless there ia an objection against the charac ter of the applicant. In that caae we ask for a bearing. There are no per sonal objectiona made in theae two casea. The applications of Blondeau and La baig and all poatponed cases were laid over until Saturday. Licenses were granted to C. Winters, M. Carizosa, and M. Pirrona of Vernon dale. In the caae of Holland & Davia of Glendale, Edward Garrett was sworn and testified tbat forty-one persona were signers who were not recorded in the great register for that precinct, which would make the proteat invalid. A license waa then granted to Holland & Davia. The board then adjourned. THE RAILROADS. Change of Time on the Southern Pacific Excursionists. The Southern Pacific company ia about to inaugurate a change of time which will reduce the time of the jour ney between San Francisco and New Orleans to four days. The train which now leaves here for £1 Paso and the eaat at 5:10 p.m., known|as No. 10, will leave at 8:10 a.m., making connection with the train which' arrives bere at 6:55 a.m. from San Fran cisco. Tbe train now known as No. 19 will then be known as No. 17, and tbe No. 17 will then be No. 19. The new time card will go into effect in a few days. SANTA FE EXCURSIONISTS. The regular Santa Fe route excursion arrived from the eaat yesterday with the following paasengera: Miaa Alice O. Rockwood, Waterville, Me.; N. M. Benson, Mra. Alice Holt arid children, J. A. Jones and family, Miaa S. Hag garty, C. A. McLoup, Boston; Mr. and Mra. Horace Bartlett, Whitman, Mass.; Mra. W. C. Carr, Portland, Me.; W. McGaun, Boston; Mr. and Mrß. Geo. W. Cobb and aon, Brockton, Mass.; J. R. McMaster, Mr. and Mra. A. Gilroy, Toronto, Can.; Mr. and Mra. H. Jeffers, Bed Oak, la.; Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Stansby, Eldon, la.; Mr. and Mra. W. Spaulding, Harper, Ka.; J. A. Jobneon, Chicago; Sam Kreiaß, Valley Mills, Tex.; M. Groaa, Warrenßburg, Mo.; Mr. and Mra. Chaa. Wharf, I. C. White and sister, Mra. Hattie B. Voss and son, St. Louis; Mrs. Mary Russell, Shawne town; Mrs. F. T. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Thompson, Airs. E. C Conger, Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. C. Beatty, Mias H. Olaen and sister, Chicago, Illinois; Mrs. H. Dawaon, Joliet, Illinois; Jno. Donlan and family, Milwaukee, Wis; C. B. Krept and eon, Mra. J. 8. McEldowney, Master Melville McEl downey, Mrs. Eva Crim and child, Chi DSPRICES Q^ePowden Millions of Hones— 40 Years the Standard. ■. nil m^'iihdlMiTiitiTrtirii¥iitiiiMfrtfiin^ftf!!! ; iififini-i r 1 limjif^^ THE LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 3, 1892. cago ; Mrs. S. L, Crim and child, Indian apolis; Mr. and Mra. F. E. Petitt, Osh kosh ; Mr. and Mra. Lon Proudfoot, Mr. and Mrs. Will McEldowney, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stcddard, Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Doerr, Miaa Alice Gorman and eistera, Chicago; Mr. and Mra. E. Bart lett, Mr. and Mra. Wm. B rdaud daugh ter, Fred Young and children, Mr. nnd Mra. Edgar Copeland and maid, Mr. and Mra. E. Atwood and son, Whitman, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Young, Han over, Masa. A POMONA STORY. A WELL, KNOWN FRUIT BUYER IS CHARQED WITH FORGERY. Frank A. Pasmore and His Tricky Career. Arrested in Salt Lake City—He Had a Faculty for (letting Married. A dispatch from Pomona in the San Francisco Examiner of Tuesday reads as follows: Frank A. Pasmore, formerly a fruit buyer well known in Fresno, San Jose, Los Angeles and Pomona, is in jail in Salt Lake City for the alleged forgery of the name of E. A. Padgham, his father in-law, of this place. Telegrams to this effect have beeu received here from the sheriff of that place today by Mr. Padg ham. Aa nearly as can be learned, Pasmore last Saturday night presented a check for $400 at the National bank of Salt Lake City, signed with E. A. Padgham's name. For some reason unknown here the check was paid at once, but later there were suspicions of its genuineness and a telegram reached Mr. Padgham yesterday morning aeking about the check. Mr. Padgham last evening tele graphed that he had given no such check to any one and that it was a forg ery. This morning came the news that Pasmore was under arrest. Half an hour later came telegrams from Pasmore himself and his wife, asking that Padgham please pay the check and thus give the son-in-law an other chance. Mra. Paamore's telegram to her father was particularly piteous in asking for help for her husband. Her physician has telegraphed that she is in a serious nervous condition, and is con fined to her bed at a hotel. Her father and mother left Pomona this evening to go to their daughter in the hope of in ducing her to return to this place. Pasmore has a very wide reputation for trickery and rascality in California. Among the incidents of his career it ia related that while at Freano be one day took a drive With Mabel, a daughter of Fulton G. Berry, and came home mar ried to ber. The lady waa iv declining health and the pet of her parents. Her marriage, therefore, waa quickly con doned, and the young couple were made as comfortable aa possible. Paamore, however, was an expensive son-in-law, and led Berry a merry financial dance at the banks for months. Mrs. Pasmore died in less than a year of consumption, and from the time of the obsequies bis acquaint ance was cut by his wife's relatives. Some time after this he turned up here and made love to the only daugh ter of E. A. Padgham, the wealthiest and most prominent grocer in Pomona valley. The parents went to Prescott for a few weeks, because of Mrs, Padg bam's health, and when they returned they found that Pasmore had so won the love of their 17-year-old daughter Jessie that all thought of opposing the mar riage waa abandoned. Mr. Padgham waa aeen this evening. He waa utterly cast down at the shame tbat bas been brought upon his family's fair name. He declares that he has paid thousands of dollars to keep his son-in-law from imprisonment ana dis grace. He will go to help hia daughter, but will wash his hands of Pasmore. Pasmore is 41 years of age, but ap pears younger. He is bald, slight of build, has graceful manners and a good knowledge of human nature. He Proposes to Make Things Warm Bey. Dr. Ellis is going to Portland, Oregon, on May 17th next, to the gen eral assembly of the Presbyterian church, and will file charges against Rev. Thomas Chalmers Easton, says the San Francisco Examiner of Tuesday. Dr. Ellia was deposed as pastor of the Central Preßbyterian church by the presbytery of San Franciaco at ita laat session for alleged wrongful conversion of church funds, and he believes he can be avenged on Dr. Easton, who voted against him. Dr. Ellia expresses the opinion that the testimony brought out in the affida vits submitted by Judge Murphy in be half of Sidney Bell's motion for a new trial will furnish sufficient basis upon which to justify an attack on the mo tives which prompted Dr. Easton to press the charges against him about a year ago. It will be recollected tbat some six months ago Dr. Ellis and that portion of the tabernacle congregation which be lieved in hia innocence remarked that misfortune in various shapes bad over taken those who had been principally engaged in the prosecution of Dr. Ellia before the preabytery. Dr. Ellia him self saw in it the interposition of Provi dence to aave him from hia accusers. . Dr. Ellia haa sued Dr. Easton and oth ers for damages placed at $100,000. The suit ia set down to be tried by Judge Wallace of the superior court on March 15th next. The plaintiff charges that Dr. Eaaton conspired, confederated and combined with the others to injure and ruin him in his profession, and that in pursuance of the conspiracy did willfully and maliciously make false charges againat him, and further caused him to be tried by the preabytery of San Fran ciaco on auch "false, malicious, wicked and villainous charges." .... ' I have watched Easton in the Bell case, because I wished to see if bis method of giving evidence was the same there aa in my own case, and I found it was. lam satisfied that the recent caae made up for , Bell, in ita conception, framing and execution, was hia work, and if he could so manipulate a court DR. ELLIS AGAIN. for Dr. Easton. 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