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of California products at the Chamber of
Commerce building, on Broadway, between
First and Second street*, where free Infor
mation will he given on all subjects pertain
ing to thle section.
The TTernM will pay |1O In cash to »ny
one furnlnhing ovlden<3« that will lead to
the arrest anfl oonrlotlon of anr pereon
e»ught itenllnir copies of The Herald from
the premises of our patrons.
Membership In the l.os Angeles Realty
hoard la a virtual guarantee of reliability.
Vrovlslnn Is mods for arbitration of any
differences between members and their
clients. Accurate Information on realty
matters Is obtainable from them. Valua
tions by a oompotent committee. Direc
tory of members free at the office of Hor
bort Rnrilett. sorrotary, 825 Security Build-
Ing. Phone Tlroadway ISBB.
■ The I<egal Aid society at SSB North Main
street la a charitable organisation main
tained for the purpose of aiding, In legal
matters those unable to employ counsel.
The society needs financial assistance and
seeks Information regarding worthy oases.
Phone Homo A4OTT; Main 83««.
The Herald, like every other newspaper,
Is misrepresented at times, particularly In
cases Involving hotels, theaters, etc. . The
public will please take notice that every
representative of this paper Is equipped
with the proper credentials and more par
ticularly equipped with money with which
<.. pty his bills. THH nrartAi.p.
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BKLAHCO— "Qlrla"
(■RAND—"Th» 014 Clothei Man."
LOS ANOELB8 —Vaudeville.
OLYMPIC—MuaIoaI faro*.
ritlMK-ss—Mmlcal fare*
Three speeder* were before Police
Judge Chambers yesterday charged
with violating the speed lawn. They all
pleaded guilty and were fined $25 each.
They were T. E. Qleae, W. F, Ordway
and Q. Hold.
The Rev. Wiley J. Phillips left Los
Angrles yesterday to Join at Winnipeg.
Manitoba, the tour of the cities of the
Pacific coast that Is being conducted
by tho American Purity federation.
The organization will reach Los An
geles October 18 and remain for two
Arrested on a warrant charging him
with grand larceny, Worth Stalnaker,
15 years old, was placed In the deten
tion homo yesterday by Detectives
Beaumont and Cowen. He Is accused
of stealing a motorcycle In West Pico
street a few days ago. Hs will have a
hearing: In the Juvenile department of
the superior court.
Thomas Nicholson, general secretary
of education for New York city, will
address the students of the University
of Southern California this morning at
11 o'clock. The lecture will be given
In assembly hall of the liberal arts
building at Thirty-fifth and Wesley.
His subject will be "The Character and
Influence of the Scholar." The public
is invited.
Funeral services will be held over the
body of Mrs. E. Balllle McKnlght, wife
of the Rev. Jesse P. McKnight, this
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Magnolia
Avenue Christian church, of which Mr.
MeKnight is the pastor. Mrs. Mc-
Knight died at the family home, 1135
West Twentieth street, late Monday
and was 42 years old. She had suf
fered a long Illness previous to her
death. The burial will be in Rosedale
Illinois Woman Closes Three-Year
Residence in This City
Mrs. J. B, Switzer of 1429 Carl avenue
died Sunday night after a long illness.
She was the wife of J. E. Switaer, a
contractor, and had lived In Los Ange
les about three years and a half, com
ing to this city in January, 1907.
The husband, his daughter, Miss Bes
sie, and his son, Samuel Swltzor of
Rock Island, 111., are the members of
tho Immediate family who survive the
deceased. Mrs. Switzer also leaves two
sisters, Ruth Ann Townsend of Los
Angeles and Mra. Winifred Martin of
* jlse, Idaho; a brother, Floyd Town
wend, and her father, William H. Town
l, both of Syracuse, 111.
Mrs. Switzer wa» born July 17, 1872, in
De Kalb county, Illinois. The funeral
will be held at l*:80 this afternoon from
Booth & Boylsok's establishment. In
terment will bo In Rosednlo v cemetery.
SANTA ANA, Sept. IT.—Marriage
licenses were issued at Ranta Ana to
day to Clyde A. Branncombe, 28, and
Ida M. atynefoll, 22, both of Los An
geles; Carl Puhl, 26, and Klizabeth
Koba, 88, both of boa Angeles; Arthur
J. OoFßTove, 81, of Los Angeles, and
Maud Lasgwell, 30, of Holton.
Kramer forms a juvenile
lancing class Saturday, Oct.
Adult beginners Monday
t. 3. References required.
All the Latest News and Notes in the Realm of Politics
Democratic Leader's Speech Is
Punctuated with Hurrahs
for 'Next Governor'
Declares Johnson Not Entitled to
Reward of Veteran Fight
ers for Reform
SANTA ANA, Sept. 27.—Theodore A.
Bell and Timothy Spellacy arrived
from San Dlogo at noon. The candi
dates wore, mot at the depot by promi
nent Democrats and escorted to the
Kos.smore hotel for luncheon. An auto
mobile trip was made to Anaheim and
Orange this afterrtoon, where the Dem
ocratic standard bearers were accorded
most cordial receptions. A large num
ber of Siuitii Ana people in automobiles
paiiled tho Bell party on the
swing around the circle.
Theodore Bell was enthusiastically
received In Santa Ana tonight. In his
speech at Spurgeon hall ho was greeted
with loud, continuous cheering and hur
rahs lor "our next governor." He went
to the meat of his address at once and
declared that his Republican opponents
are making unfair and Indecent at
tacks upon him, and that he proposes
to retaliate In a fair manner by show
ing up the rank Inconsistency of the
Republican leadeM In California. He
pointed to statements made by Meyer
Lissner at Los Angeles and Johnson at
Chico, and advised the republicans to
got together and "tell their stories all
alike," ho that their statements will
have somo elements of consistency.
The gubernatorial candidate took a
position for both political and Indus
trial freedom. He vigorously declared
that if IM was elected the Southern
Pacific's interference in state politics
would absolutely and.
"I have always fought the Southern
Pacific," said Mr. Bell, "because I be
lieve that no corporation or any in
t. t. ts should be granted special fa
vors." i I
The speaker challenged the state
ment that his election would be a na
tional misfortune and declared that
Johnson and his friends were pro
ceeding on a gratuitous assumption
that the Republican insurgents were
the only people decent enough to gov
ern the state. He likened Johnson to
a man who enme at the eleventh hour
to work in the Lord's vineyard and
said that while his opponent was en
titled to forgiveness for remaining in
qule«opnce for four years, he was not
entitled to the same reward as men
who had battled for years for the po
litical freedom of California.
Democratic Nominee Begins Ser
ies of Keynote Speeches
Lorln A. Handley, the Democratic
nominee for congressman from tho
Seventh district, has given up all hope
of meeting his opponent, William D.
Stephens, on the platform and will
dovote his time to meeting vigorously
the Issues involved In selecting a con
gressman from this district. He pro
poses to make a series of keynote
speeches, each dissecting thoroughly
some phase of the congressman's duty.
The first of these bpeeches will be
made tomorrow evening at the city hall
In Santa Monica. It will follow the
same vein which gave Mr. Handley so
enthusiastic an ovation at the Temple
auditorium meeting and which showed
him as a keen analyslst of national
problems. Since the Saturday night
meeting he has had many messages of
congratulation from Democrats and
Republicans alike, and the Democratic
county central committee has been
telephoned frequently for information
as to where Mr. Handley might be
heard again.
The Handley campaign will reach
every part of the district, and Mr.
Handley will speak several times a
week until the close of the campaign.
REDLANDS, Sept. 27.—Arrangements
are being made by Democrats of Red
lands to give Theodore Bell a rousing
welcome when he comes to Redlands
Friday night, opening his campaign In
San Bernardino county with a meeting
here. He will arrive from Imperial In
the afternoon and will be met at Red
lands Junction by prominent party
workers of Redlanda and will be
brought to the city in an automobilo
and taken on »everal side trips, at
which he will meet voters. In the
evening a meeting will be held, prob
ably at.the Contemporary club house.
Saturday Bell will visit Highland,
Colton and other small towns of the
county, and in the evening he will ad
dress a meeting at San Bernardino.
Favor Recall and the Initiative
and Referendum
TACOMA, Sept. 27. —Tho Democratic
state convention, after a hot fight
over some features, adopted today a
radical platform on general issues. It
demands actual reduction of the tar
iff, physical valuation of railroads,
control of express companies, election
of senators by direct vote, and apply
ing the Oregon plan until the national
constitution is amended.
The platform favors a progressive
Inheritance tax, a graduated income
tax, direct nominations, the recall and
tlin initiative and the referendum. It
demands that money received
from the sale of national resources be
iiK<>d for tin- bc'iH'iit of tho state in
which thpy arc situated.
The Initiative and refnrndum, recall
and Oregon plun t\u-X with HtroiiK op
position, but a motion to strike them
out was almost unanimously defeated.
In order successfully to conduct its campaign for the nom
inees for office which it has indorsed the Good Government or
ganization will require a considerable fund. It must depend for
financial assistance upon those who hold citizenship above parti
sanship, who believe that partisan politics should not be taken into
consideration in the selection of men to administer the affairs of
the city and the county of Los Angeles.
If you are a believer in this principle, you are requested to
contribute to the success of the movement in such sum as you
can afford to give. The work of securing signatures to the nom
inating petitions, public meetings, the circulation of literature for
the information of voters and other necessary work will require
money. . .
If the people of Los Angeles are in earnest in their desire to
see public office in both county and city placed as nearly as pos
sible on a non-partisan basis, let them support the present move
ment to that end by sending such amounts as they can afford to
rnntribute to Good Government headquarters, 318 Fay building.
Make all checks payable to GOOD GOVERNMENT ORGAN
Republicans Make Claim District
Attorney Will Stand
for Johnson
That tho much discussed disagree
ment between J. D. Fredericks and
the Republican county central commit
tee has been adjusted by the astute
politicians In tho party was acknowl
edged at Republican headquarters yes
terday afternoon. Officials of the
committee asserted that their policy
would be to support every candidate
on the ticket as nominted by the Re
publican vote at the primaries, Includ
ing Mr. Fredericks. It is unofficially
stated on the other hand that Mr.
Fredericks has given assurance that
he will stand up and be counted for
Hiram Johnson and others on the Re
publican ticket popularly supposed to
be somewhat irritating to his inner
"It Is true that the Republican coun
ty central committee will work for
the election of every candidate nomi
nated on the Republican ticket, Includ
ing Captain Fredericks," said Willis
I Morrison, secretary of the commit
tee, yesterday afternoon. "That ,is
what we are here for and we could
not consistently do otherwise unless
some candidate himself should refuse
to support the whole ticket.'
Rubs Avery. chairman of the com
mittee, made practically the same an
nouncement In his speoch at the Pln
chot meeting at Simpson auditorium
Monday evening. It is rumored that
this decision may cause some ™rtlV""
changes in the personnel of the Repub
lican county central committee.
Thomas Lee Woolwlne, who loves a
good fight in the open, would not dis
cuss the decision of his opponent and
the committee last night other than
to express the hope that they will at
tend his meeting at Simpson audi
torium Friday evening.
"I shall have something of special
Interest to those who are opposing my
candidacy," he said, "and I hope espe
cially that they will come out. Just
what that Js I prefer not to antlcl-
P*Wnat Captain Fredericks really
thinks has not yet been given out, but
it was asserted at Republican head
quarters yesterday that he might make
a speech some time next,month.
Admit Gambling Dead Issue in the
Sage Brush State
CARSON ClTs\ Nov., Sept. 27.—With
the Insurgent element practically in
control, the Republican convention met
today and completed the work that was
before it.
Skipping by the Payne-Aldrich tariff
bill, there was a general indorsement
of the Taft policies by the convention.
The postal savings act, the publicity of
campaign funds scheme, the national
Irrigation fund matter and the court of
commerce were upheld.
Better immigration la.ws were de
manded, and the party candidates for
the offices of United States senator and
congressmen were pledged to give their
efforts to secure higher wages for pos
tal clerks.
Gambling in Nevada was acknowl
edged to be a dead Issuo.
United States Senator Nixon received
the indorsement of the meeting.
Two women who refused to give their
names appeared at the central police
station last night and exhibited opera
cloaks which had been ruined by show
ers of tobacco juice. They stated that
two men sprayed their cloaks with the
liquid while they were walking in Main
street, near the new postofflce.
The women dined in a North Main
street restaurant. They were walking
south away from It when they heard a
noise and felt the liquid strike their
cloaks. They believe the men used
syringes in throwing It. Detectives are
searching for two Mexicans seen near
the women when they left the restau
Voters of !.<>• Angeles who believe IB
the principle of non-partlsanshlp in the
affairs of city and county and who
have not participated. In the nomina
tion of any of the present candidates for
office or of any candidate! who were
defeated for nomination at the recent
primaries' are requested to call at Good
Government headquarter*, SIR lay
building, and sign certificates of nom
ination for the candidates Indorsed jby
that organization. .
', A special verification deputy will also
be v found at the entrance to the oily
Those who voted at the primaries are
lm-H|{Hilf to »Ikii the petition. ' '
Republican Candidate Crosses
Three Counties in Auto Cam
paign for Governorship
ANGELS CAMP, Sept. 27.—Hiram W.
Johnson, Republican nominee for gov
ernor, finished here tonight the most
strenuous day he has had since the be
ginning of his present campaign tour.
Since early morning he has been on
the road over the mountains In his
automobile. He made nine speeches and
crossed the gTeater part of three coun
The reception accorded the Republi
can leader in Eldorado, Amador and
Calaveras counties has been enthusi
astic. Before reaching Plymouth, where
the first speech was made to about 100
men gathered on the main street, John
son was met by two automobile loads
of Republicans from Sutter Creek *md
Jackson, who accompanied him until
late In the afternoon, when he crossed
from Amador county into Calaveras.
Other speeches were made during the
morning at Dry Town, Amador City
and Sutter Creek, where practically the
entire population was out. School was
dismissed all along the route of the
ride, and hundreds of children were in
the various audiences.
Johnson stopped for lunch at Jackson
and made an address of half an hour
from the porch of the National hotel.
His afternoon stops were at Mokelumne
Hill and San Andreas, and tonight he
made two addresses in Angels Camp.
The opera house could not hold half the
crowd that gathered to hear him, and
following the meeting Johnson ap
peared on the main street and talked
to hundreds gathered there.
JACKSON, Cal., Sept. 27.—Hiram W.
Johnson, Republican nominee for gov
ernor of California, toured today
through the old mine district of Ama
dor county and made five addresses to
audiences aggregating more than 1600
persons. Starting from Placerville he
worked southward toward Angels
Camp, where he Is to hold a meeting
Five miles out of Plymouth, where
the first speech was made, Mr. John
son's car was met by two automobiles
containing the reception committee of
the county, and these accompanied him
throughout the trip.
Street meetings were held in Ply
mouth, Drytown, Amador City and Sut
ter Creek.
SACRAMENTO, Sept. 27-—William
Kent, the Republican nominee for con
gress In the Second district, has de
cided on the date for the opening of
his campaign.
The banquet in Kent's honor will be
given in, Red Men's hall next Friday
evening by the Kent Congressional club
in Sacramento.
Going Eaat Via Salt Lake Route
This popular scenic line from Los
Angeles to tiie east has three through
trains for the accommodation of ; It 3
patrons, namely:
The Los Angeles Limited, leaving
Led Angeles daily at 10:30 a. m., and
running through in three days to Chi
cago via Salt Lake City, Ogden and
Omaha. This train consists of the fin
est of standard and tourist sleepers,
dining car and observation-library-buf
fet car, all electrically lighted. Nothing
is lacking for the comfort and pleas
ure of ' travelers. *
In addition to the Chicago equip
ment is a standard sleeper through from
Los Angeles to Denver, connecting
with the St.' Louis-Colorado Limited,
solid from Denver to Kansas City and
St. Louis.
' This gives practically through sleep
ing car service from Los Angeles to
St. Louis in a little more than three
Another limited train is the new
American Express, leaving Los An
geles dally at 2 p. m., with through
standard sleepers to Chicago and Den
ver and tourist sleeper and diner to
Salt Lake City.
No coaches or chair cars are car
! ried on either o: the above named
The American Express train also nan
a through express car to Chicago and
New York.
Lastly is the Overland Express, leav
ing Los Angeles daily at 8 p. m. and
making all local stops, connecting next
morning at Nipton for Searchlight and
at Las 'Vegas for Ooldfleld. This train
has standard sleeper, diner, chair car
and coaches to Sal Lake City, tourist
sleepers for Chicago and Kansas City,
and on Wednesdays a tourist sleeper
for St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Dining car service of this line Is a
popular feature and experienced trav
elers say I'- Is not excelled in quality
in railway service.
If you contemplate taking a trip east,
Salt Lake route agents will be glad
to give you full information as to
fares, trains, etc., ,to any point de
Los Angeles offices are at COl South
Spring street and First street station.)
Good Government Candidate to
Fire First Gun of Campaign
Friday Night
Women Invited to Meeting Which
Will Be Held in Simp
son Auditorium
Tremendous interest is be.inp mani
fested on all sides, regardleM of party
affiliation* of citizens, in th« opening
meeting nf the Good Government cam
paign to bo held in Simpson audito
rium Friday evening, September 30.
The public mind is naturally centered
upon the speech of Thomas Lee Wool
wine, Good Government candidate for
dlttriot attorney, who will be the prin
cipal speaker of the eveningl.
Ever since tho beginning of The
Herald'a Investigation into the Har
per-K^rn administration early lßst
year, the masses of people have ex
hibited the keenest Interest In the part
the district attorney's office played In
that affair.
It will be remembered that District
Attorney Fredericks conßentod to the
appointment of Mr. Woolwlne as a
deputy district attorney for the pur
pose of conducting the investigation
before the grand jury, openly promis
ing him a free hand.
How that promise was kept has not
been forgotten. Nor have people for
gotten the systematic efforts to dis
credit Mr. Woolwlne in the eyes of the
Since that time the air has been
filled with rumors to the effect that
the office of district attorney has not
been conducted in harmony with what
most citizens conceive to be correct
principles. As the result of his experi
ence in connection with that office and
his efforts to see that all the essential
facts in connection with the Harper
administration were brought out, Mr.
Woolwine himself became imbued with
the belief that that department of Jus
tice should be renovated. Ho began
an independent investigation into the
conduct of the office. His researches
have extended over a period of eigh
teen months or more, and it is under
stood that they have been of a moat
thorough and far-reaching nature.
He has promised to take the public
into his confidence, giving it facts that
it long has desired, and at the meeting
at Simpson auditorium Friday night
he will fire the opening gun in the
campaign against Fredericks.
Mr. Woolwlne has promised that the
disclosures he Is prepared to make
will be of a most startling nature.
The belief is gaining ground among
those who believe with him that the
affairs of the district attorney's office
have not been administered with the
highest regard for the welfare of all
the people that he is prepared to prove
his case against the incumbent to the
satisfaction .of all concerned. Hence
the intense interest in the first of his
series of addresses to the people of
Los Angeles county.
All friends of good government are
urged to atttend the meeting Friday
night. Women are especially invited
tr> be present.
via Santa Fe
Oct. 7 & 8,1910
These are the days on which
we will sell
Round Trip tickets to
Kansas City ■
Limited to October 31, 1910.
These tickets are first-class and will
be honored on the famous
■ ■ California Limited..•;,
You can stop at Grand
Canyon on the way, too.
A little money goes a long
way via Santa Fe
Just phone or call on
E. W. McGee, Gen. Agt.
Santa Fe
884 60. Spring St.
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