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ALL ABOUT EQUAL SUFFRAGE
Told at Simpson Tabernacle
To Hear Miss Susan B. Anthony and
Rev. Anna il. Shaw
Brief History of the Growth of Suffrage, Its
Probable fiftcct on (iovcrnmcnt
Simpson tabernacle was packed last
night, up-Stairs and down, with an
audience of representative men and wo
men, who had assembled to hear Miss
Susan li. Anthony and Key. Anna Shaw
■peak on woman suffrage.
Mrs. Alice Moore McComas was presi
dent of the evening, but was not well,
and Mrs. William Bpauldlog presided in
her place. The Moral decorations were
elaboiate and effective, and upon the
platform beside the speakers wero many
of tho honorary vico-presdents. Mrs.
Spaulding tirst read tbe list of the vice
pres dents as follows:
Mayor and Mrs. Frame Rader, Mrs.
Caroline M. Severance, Mrs. Margaret
Hughes, Mrs. Margaret Collier-Graham,
Mrs. Cornelius Cole, Hon. Robert N.
Bulla, Mrs.Theodnsia li. Shephard, Mrs.
Modini-Wood, Mrs. Robeit M. Widney,
Mrs. Charlotte Wills, Rev. U. C. MoLain,
Mrs. F. W. Wood, Judge l.'tlev. Mr. and
Mrs. Will J). Gould, Mr. and Mrs. Crom
well Galpin, Mrs. Margaret Longley, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Gibson, Key. .1. W.Camp
bell, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Osgood, Mr.
and Mrs. K. K. Foster, Mrs. li. 0, Whit
ing, Mrs. Ella M. Enderlein and Mrs.
Then with a few informal remarks con
cerning tho subject in general aud the
SUSAN ... ANTHONY LAYING DOWN THE LAW FOR THE NEW WO.IAN
part that Susan li. Anthony, Eucy Stone
and Elizabeth Cady Stanton have playen
in its growth, the lirst speaker was intro
Miss Anthony gives little evidence of
her three score and ten or more years.
Her slight figure and serene, mild face
show fow signs of the indomitable force
and will that havo urged her for the past
forty-live years to a persistent course not
only of having tho courage of her convic
tions, but of commanding the respect of
thoße who come in contact with hor or
Miss Anthony's manner is very simple
and straightforward, her language plain,
but she carries conviction in all sho says.
With her opening words sho expressed
the hope and belief that California would
be the next to bring itself in line with
tho fundamental principles of tho Decla
ration of Independence , and that every
body wonld go to the ballot box in 1898,
because that wretched little adjective
"male" had been stricken out. Miss
Anthony referred pleasantly lo her last
Visit to California, twenty-four years
ago; of tlij revolution that had taken
place all over tho world since then re
garding equal rights.
Tho*speakcr said she know'aneient his
tory was tedious, hut she must go back
fifty years and take a look over affairs.
Xuen she spoke of a woman's rights con
vention held in .Seneca Falls, X. V., at
that, time, in which Elizabeth Cady Stan
ton and Eucretia Mott were actively in
terested, but that, as no woman had ever
thought of presiding, Mr. Mott was called
upon to undertake that obligation. The
convention only met to adjourn, how
ever, for two weeks, and then' a woman
did preside, and it was tho greatest in
novation ever made.
That woman, said Miss Anthony, is
Mrs. Abigail Bush. She is >'<> years old
now, and she lives in Han .lose. A gen
uine resume of the subject was then gone
over; tho fact that women not. only .did
not pioaide, but that they wero not al
lowed lo speak or even to pray in public
in those days. They might pray in their
closets, but not in church, ln tho
schools, women could teach but. nut ho
given tho position of principal; and af
ter fifteen years' teaching at $2.60 a week
and board in eastern Xow York, Miss
Anthony said, sho went to Koohester;
and at tho eighth or ninth stato conven
tion for teachers, where there wore per
haps two thousand women and two hun
dred inon. she spoko for tho lirst time.
I'his was followed with a graph to ac
count of tho circumstance and its result
On both men and women. It decitled
Miss Anthony to follow such conven
tions and olbeis up, and for a decade she
did so, and sho had scon tho gradual
change until good women teachers wero
paid the same as men. ami when they
were better they weie made, principals.
j"or ten years tlio speaker attended teach
ers' conventions ami tho Importance of
the place women took increased with
each year; they were made ollicers' and
iimlly she herself was made tlio chair
man of a convention which was to de
cide tho question of what was afterwards
known as co-education.
Then camo a very interesting account
of tho manner in which Miss Anthony
enlisted Elizabeth Cady Stanton'soasssit
ane in getting up that report. While she
cared for Mrs. Stanton's household and
seven children, the latter, who had the
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was a pan man ns weU.niudo up tho report.
The convention was held at Troy. Mia
Anthony read the report, and Father Ha
zelton, tho presiding officer, saw 1 to her
the next nay that it was as tine a thing
from every point of view as could be
wished.but that he would rather far have
seen his wife or daughter laid in their
grave than that they should have done
such a thing.
"Now girls." said Miss Anthony,
beaming genially on her audience,
"wasn't that nice encouragement?"
l-'rora that time the individual woman
or the class of women have had to tight
for every step. Mrs. lilackw'ell. the tirst
woman to receive a diploma, and Misk
Antoinette Brown, the lirst to ho or
dained, wore described wilh theirfvatiOns
experiences. Then Miss Anthony to os
up the subject from the legal aspect o
the question, and cited various phases
and instances to illustrate her points;
next politically, and showed the differ
ence between the states whero thero is
full suffrage or part suffrage and its
effect on the community, again illustrat
ing her points with specific cases. The
speaker concluded her remarks by saying
that she hoped California would be the
next state to give full suffrage and place
its women above the rank of criminals,
idiots and lunatics.
The Rev. Anna Shaw was next intro
duced and proved herself within live min
utes a woman with a brilliant wit, a
logical mind and a ready knowledge of
her subject and a wide and comprehen
sive stock of dates, statistics and inci
dents, that compels the respectful atten
tion of men as well as women, and with
it ail she has a magnetic personality, and
♦er remarks are punctured ami empha
sized with cleverly applied anecdotes that
kept tho house in a roar—whenever she
wished it to roar. Miss Shaw tirst spoke
ot the attitude of the press, and said
that although fifty yea's ago there was
nothing but caricature, burlesque and
ignominy heaped on women who
took a prominent stand, even now
thero were those editors who
mistook callng names for logic, billings
gate for argument, and thought they con
cealed what was in reality a buzzard by
calling it an eagle. Then in a clear and
trenchant way Miss Shaw took up wo
man's relation to the statute, She told
why the republics whioli have all begun
In the same way, have failed—because
of decay within; they have grown along
those linos in which men excel women,
as inventions, mistress entoiprise and
the building of cities. The decay has
been manifested along those linos whore
women are superior to man; the question
was how to find the cause and now stop
event the decay. Miss Shaw used lor her
premise. "In v republic every class that
votes affects the government along the
lino of its nature.'' and one by one she
took up her points, illustrated them, enu
merated differences between men and wo
men, their relative advantages and dis
advantages, proving as sho went along,
and accentuating her points with grave
or gay illustrations; advised the fusion
of the Golden Rule into citizenship and
the decalogue into the laws of tho
country and as a convincing and clinch
ing climax to her arguments, the
speaker quoted tho census of I** Ho. which
shows that Wyoming is tha only state
in the Union where there Id not a woman
in tho prisons or penitentiaries; in the
public or private insane asylums, and
that marriage increases over divorce each
year, ln Wyoming there bas heen equal
suffrage for twenty-one years.
Abbott Kinney's Interesting Address at the
Tbe last regular monthly meeting of
tho Soul hern California Science associa
tion for the season of 1894.96 was held
Tuesday evening. President William H.
Knight outlined a scheme of work for
next season, including among other sug
gestions the formation of sections devot
ed to the study of various branches of
science. Ono of those sections might
embrace geology, mineralogy, mining anil
assaying; another chemistry and elec
tricity, anil su on through other branches
Hon. Abbot Kinney was introduced
and delivered an exceedingly instructive
and interesting lecture on the eucalyptus,
its numerous varieties, lti manifold uses,
its medicinal virtues, tho peculiarities
of its foliage, form and growth, lie stated
that the blue gum is suited to moist soils
aud will not flourish in sterile or dry re
gions. Hut other varieties are well suited
to thoso sections. Some of tlieso trees
are splendid Howering plants, with mag
nificent buncoes of flaming blossoms.
Others have very odd looking seed pods
with horny prongs. Somo trees will
bear a temperature as low as 21 degrees
Fahrenheit. Others will bear a heat of
-Ind degrees. A fuller synopsis of this
laudable paper may bo given et a later
Four now names were added to the
roll of membership.
Guillermo Calderon, a deop-hued de
scendant of the conquistador*!, was
afflicted with a hereditary fondness for
colli steel, arid yesterday paid for his
fault lo tho extent of a fid lino for carry
ing concealed a desperate looking dagger.
Figures on Foresters
During the month of May tho number
of applications for membership received
by tho medical boaid was 40:22, of whom
8811 wero accented, showing an advance
of over MO on tho highest number of ap
plications overieceived in any one nicnth.
The surplus, funds of the "order or the
Ist of June showed the high total of;
$1,017,UU0. me I'orcstio year closes on I
LOS ANGELES IIERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, 1895.
the 30th of June, and in every particular
it will be the most prosperous year In
he history of the order. The incease in
the surplus has been 9860,000, and in tho
membership about 18,000. For the month
ofJJune it is expected that at least f>oo
applications will bo received. During
the year new courts have averaged iSS per
Th supreme court will meet at St. Mar
tin's town hall, Trafalgar square, Lon
don, England on the last day of August.
The high court of Ontario will meet at
London, Ontario, on the Bth of October.
THE RUBO PUPILS' RECITAL
A Pleasing Programme Presented to a Qood
A very good audienco was present last
night at lilanchard-Flt/.gerald hail, on
the occasion of Herr and Mnie. Rubo's
pupils' recital. The numbers were well
received and their rendition showed in
many instances marked ability. Follow
ing is the programme that was given
Bright Stars in Heaven, Rhcinbcrger,
Cecilia quartet: Aria from Guilluume Tell
by Rossini, Mrs. Tolhurst; Ho Was a
Prince, by Lynes, Miss Bondder: Aria
from a F'ille dv liegiment, by Donizetti,
Miss Nash; My Little Love, by lfawicy,
Miss MacNutt; Aria from Hernani, by
Verdi, Mis.Fischer; The King's Minstrel,
by Pinsuti, Dr. Buell; Aria from Sam
son et Dalla, by Saint Saons, Mrs. Rubo ;
Aria from los Lugenotteo, by Meyer
beer, Miss Barnes; Werner's Song of Fare
well, by Messier, Mr. llalphill; If On
til a Meads, by Gumbert, Miss Lymons;
Blue Danube Waltz, by Strauss, Cecilia
quartet; Palace of Light, by Baskin, Miss
Strong; Thine Only, by Bohm, Mrs.
Long; Creole Lover's Song, by Dudley
Buck, Mr. Clark; How Can I Fufget
You, by Denza, Miss Kouel; My Na'iive
Land, by Mattei, Miss Scanlon: Love
Token, by Thome, Miss Hovel; Creating
Spirit, by Giorza, Mr. Rubo; Good
Night, by Rbeinbergcr, Cecilia quartet.
BLACK HOLE CLEARED
The Herald's Crusade Crowned by Prompt
Since the disgraceful condition of wo
men prisoners in the city prison was laid
before the city by Tho Herald, a great
agitation has produce tho desired change,
and last night tho last two women in
the old cell were removed to their new
and moro comfortable quarters at the
B&st Side station. Maud Pierce and the
nepress, Jennie Turner, were carried
away by the patrol wagon, while a largo
crowd of officers and citizens assembled
and saw them off. General satisfaction
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Mrs. Delia Stcigler, who was brought all
the way from Santa Kosa to answer for
the crime of obtaining money by false
pretenses, was discharged from custody
yesterday and the charge against her was
dismissed. \V. K. De Groot, the com
plaining witness, appeared before the
court and acknowledged satisfaction of
his claim, and requested that the woman
be discharged, and J ustico Morri son
obligingly dismissed the case after tax
ing the culprit the $6 costs.
FORGER ARTHUR R. PERRY
On tne Highroad to san Quention for His
Arthur K. Perry, alias Raymond, the
I'asadena man brought baOK from Tulare
by Detective Hawley recently, was ar
raigned on three charges of forgery yes
terday, with hail at $1600 on each count.
Yesterday another crime of his was un
earthed, and Jacoby Hros. aro placed on
the swindled list to the tune of !fls.
THE FIRST SLICE
Attorneys in the Fair Estate Case /lake a
SAX FRANCISCO, June 12. — Judge
Slack today allowed the attorneys nnd
administrators of the Fair fees aggregat
ing $50,000, The judge tirst allowed the
attorneys and administrators $137,500, but
upon more mature consideration tixed
the sum at $66,000,
To Represent California at the Butts
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno 12.—AdoSph
Strecker and F. O. Young, tho marks
men who will represent California at the
schuetzenfest of the National Sehuetzen
hund of America, to be held in New
York, from June 30th to July Sth, will
leave for New York tomorrow morning.
They will go by way of Milwaukee, where
they will stop for a few (Piys to compete
in tho prize sboosing of the Northwest
cm Schuotzenhund. They will then go
direct to New York to take part iv the
(-•reat shoot at Glendale, Long Island, foi
the King gold medal, a silver set valued
at .pTiHH) and numerous other prizes of
SAN FRANCISCO, June 12.—The Chi
nese consulate, tho Chineso merchants'
exchange and tho Chinese Six Companies
have filed charges with the police com
missioners against Sergeant Cook and
tho Chinatown police squad, charging
them with brutality. It. is said that one
Chinese who was clubbed may die.
Crazed by His Losses
SAN FRANCISCO. fu:ie 12.—P, Han
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sane and been coinmitsed to tho Fkiah
asylum as tho result of the loss of *lssn
sustained by the failure of the People's
Home Savings hank some time ago.
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ERRINGTON - JONES AFFRAY
Aftermath of Tuesday Night's Spring.
Jones Is Dying, His Wife Is Acting High
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Herbert E. Jones, vicfim of the bullet
of his wife's lover, J. Bidwell Errington,
has developed symptoms of pneumonia in
his wounded left lung, and 'Police Sur-
entertains scanChopcs of his
life. The attendants in the receiving
hospital say he is dying. Mrs. Emily
Holland, the passing woman who was
slightly injured, is doing nicely.
Should Jones die, i t will remain the
lasting impression around the police
headquarters that be died a victim of
the dime-novel habit. Tho whole affair
has been ma,odorous with high-sounding
phrasal and stiained effects from the
pages of such standard, high-class jour
nals us the Saturday Night, Police Ga
ze.to, Happy Hours, and a lew sickening
That J. Bidwell Krrington is a coarse
young libertine and a would-be hero of a
iive-oont novel, a glance at his face and
a few word? of conversation will readily
show. He is fairly aching to see his
namo in print, and suffers untold mental
uneasiness if the papers aie not promptly
handed in to him so he can gloat over
tiie accounts of his exploits. Ha says ho
is tho son of a $4,00).U0D Napa rancher,
but proofs are not forthcoming, and, if
ho is, be will he disowned,
Jones is the best of the trio, though
his language is rife with tenement
house tragedy. It seems that he is rather
an honest, hard-working young fellow
who was not "swift" enough fur his wife,
and sho "'gave him de shake" lor tbe
brilliant Krrington. JIo .■oproached her
for her infidelity and she persisted in her
way. Ho followed them tv get proofs of
her faithlessness. They saw they wero
b ing shadowed, and while she waited
and looked on. her lover walked hack
prepared for murder and shot her hus
band because he, in his anger, struck a
blow at Krrington's leering face. As the
latter expressed it lo a reporter: "When
once I set nio mind on a mash, she goes
and I take me chances, see." And his
remark to Miss llacon that ho would ac
complish his end if it cost him his life,
may prove a boomerang because citizens
aro getting tired of such promiscuous
pistol practice,, and J. Bidwell Krrington
may stretch hemp yet.
'Iho woman, Mrs. Cora Jones, attended
her husband faithfully yesterday, but
with such careful theatrical effect that
even tho "old stagers" smiled. She tele
phoned tn tho newspapers that the re*
porters could see her, but she had no new
features to givo, and her apparent desire
fur paper glory was nauseating to the
hardened pencil-pushers. She is the
daughter of Mrs. Cuaiek, the wife of ex-
Plumbing Insbector Cusick, The whole
affair is malodorous. Krrington is eon
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fined in his cell while the officials watch
the flickerings of Jones' spark of life. At
present he is charged with assault to kill,
but at any hour it may be changed to
So Thought the fieri Who Found a Dry
There was consternation on First street
In the Barbary aistiict last 1 night and
men tiptoed around a cylindrical object
of sinister appearance that lay on tho
walk near the Buss house.
"That's dynamite, sure," said a man
who looked like a l!)er, "but it's bigger'n
we used in the mines. Look out; don't
touch it. JSea where the caf» is."
An adventurous young buck negro was
persuaded to pick it up and Officer Jo«
Hitch examined it and assumed a very
grave air. For safety the charge was
placed on top of the darky's head and
thus was conveyed into a near-by* fihop.
There the officer wrenched a cap off and
laughingly threw the tiling at tho wall.
Tho coon tied howling* But an idea
came to Hitch and ho nearly had a parox
ysm (ol laughter). Jle carefully carried
the terrible bomb back to the street and
showed it to the excited throng. A Loa
Angeles street commission house drum
mer pronounced it the meanest kind of
a dynamite trick and pointed out where
the cap had been. When requested io
do so, he boldly consented to carry the
thing to tho police station, while ttie
valiant con would run to earth tho would
be perpetrator of a heinous outrage.
So to the station it went, and Desk
Sergeant Bean eyed its villainous pro
portions askance. His eyes lighted with
a mysterious intelligence. "I see it all."
ho said; "the Matiaa.ro uUt after i'ala
dini;'" and ho would havo swooned in
contemplation of tho grisly horror. But
cotton was hastily procured aud the
loathsome Thing* was tenderly- placed
upon it. Tho officers wore all cautioned
to look sharp. The matter was reported
up stairs, and deep, dark mystery brood
ed about and settled tike a fog that re
fused to he dispelled. Whispered confer
ences and hasty orders added to the
deepening mystery and thrills of agoniz
ing terror chased each other around. Ami
when Mitch came up a few hours later it
took him ami v reporter an hour longer
to calm the unnerved multitude. The
thing was a cast-off dry battery from a
Joe Chambers in yesterday's issue was
reported to have pleaded guilty in the
township justice court to having sold a
glass of whisky to G, D« Bunch on June
Nth at Mondonville, without having a
license. Mondonville objects to the
charge that whisky was sold under such
circumstances, and no wonder, perhaps,
for the particular hydrous transaction
without proper permit took place at the
Four Mile house. Mondonville is cleared
of the stain.
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a ohargl of battery preferred oy a boy
whom he beat for annoying him. His
trial is set for June IN at '1 p. tn.
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