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Walter Parker Visitor
at Fredericks' Office
Los Angeles, Cal., Nov. 4, 1910.
Mr. Thomas Lee Woolwine,,
307 Stimton Building, City.
Dear Sir: lam not a Democrat nor am V seeking any favor from you. an entire stranger
to me, but after reading the indorsement'given District Attorney Fredericks by Robert J.
Burdette In the Times of November 3d, patience with me ceases to be a virtue. I wish now
to give you a few facts taken from my personal experience with Mr. Fredericks.
About three years ago I was in the oil business in I'asadejia and bad in my onp'^y a
ward politician. He embezzled about $1200 from .me in amounts ranging from $2 to $15. I
had conclusive evidence and went with it to the district attorney, making seven trips from
Pasadena. He repeatedly turned me away with some trivial excuse, after admitting that I had
a clear case but said it would be too bad to bring disgrace upon his family.
On my seventh visit I had just been admitted to Mr. Fredericks' private office when he
was informed by card that someone outside wished to see him. Hi: immediately excused me,
informing me he had a very important matter to attend to. Of course I we*. In pacing out
I asked the doorkecpeu'who the man was who had just entered. His answer' was "Walter
Parker." You may draw your own conclusions. ;
Before going to see the district attorney I was informed by the ward politician and em
bezzler "that John D. Fredericks would never issue a warrant against him as they were bosom
friends. . -
Now, Mr. Woolwine. if you desire to know all the facts in the case, 1 will be pleased to
give them to you in the interest of good government.
Wishing you a successful campaign, I am, Sincerely yours.
I. E. SHERW la.
You may use my name if you deem it necessary.
PORTER, REPORTED
MISSING, IS 'O.K.'
Family Alarmed Over Telegrams
Regarding Prominent An
geleno in Seattle
After Forest E. Porter, scion of a
prominent pioneer family of Southern
California, former cashier of the South
Side bank, who is .said to have squan
dered $^00,000 in th^- last«two years, had
been reported as mislng from his quar
ters in the Seattle Athletic club under
circumstances that alarmed his friends
regarding his safety, a telegram was
received by hiu brother, Surnner Por
ter, saying the alleged mising man was
all right.
The reassuring menage was received
by Sumner Porter soon after he had
dispatched a mesage to Seattle, which
read:
"Spare no expense in hunt and run
ning down clues regarding possible sui
cide."
At 1 o'clock this morning Sumner
Porter's anxiety was relieved by the
receipt of the following brief mesaatje
from R- J- Owens, who had previously
sent the word to Porter's family here
that the man had disappeared:
"Everything O. K."
RESHJNKD I'KOM LOCAL BANK
Porter, who la married and has two
beautiful children, left his family in
their pretty home at 2917 South Nor
niandle avenue shortly after his resig
nation as cashier from the South Side
hunk, September 1, and is said to
have gone to Seattle in company with
a woman with whom he was lnfat
\iated. He registered at the Seattle
Athletic club and spent money lav
ishly, although it was believed by his
friends and family in Lios Angeles
that he was in straitened circum
stances.
According to the information received
in Los Angeles, in payment of a bill in
Seattle Porter gave a check on the
South Side bank in Los Angeles which
was returned marked "no funds." Por
ter went to his club Friday night
shortly after his check had been 1-e
--turndd to him, and discarding a neat
business suit put on an «ld one, pulled
a cap over his eyes and thrusting a re
volver which he kept in his dresser In
his pocket, left the club.
A note addressed to a woman with
whom he had been seen In Seattle, in
which he told her a check which had
been issued on a Los Angeles bank
had been returned to him and that it
was the last time that he would "turn
a trick of that kind," is said to h*ve
been left. "I am going on a long J jur
ney," the note said.
Porter's wife and two little sons,
S and 14 years old, respectively, who
have been staying at the home of
Captain R. L. Cresse, Red field and
Walnut hill, since Porter left them,
left the Crease home last night lor
the house of Sumner Porter, who lives
ut Twenty-first street and Gramercy
place. !The receipt of a telegram last
night 'uy Porter's friends in Los An
geles apprised Mrs. Porter of the
whereabouts of her husband durlngthe
weeks that he Jiad been away.
The telegram received by Porter's
friends here last night signed by
< wenj reads:
"Forest mysteriously disappeared last
night. Left papers, also note saying
life misspent. Left personal effects ex
cept revolver. Have notified police.
Advise next move."
Sumner Porter, Forest's brother, saiil
last night that the estate left his
brother did not amount to $200,000, ami
that he did not believe his brother had
spent that much money in two years.
Porter is said to have had financial
difficulties prior to his resignation, two
months ago, from the South Side bank,
just before its consolidation with the
Traders' bank. Newman Essick, one
of the officials of the Traders' bank,
who was a director in the South Siilfi
bank before its consolidation with the
latter concern, said last night that he
would not like to say Porter resigned
because of financial troubles.
The Porters own the property at 2917
South Normandle avenue, where they
have lived for three years. They .are
well known socially.
Porter is reported by his friendx In
Seattle to have V-een in Tacoma. Por
ter, his friends say, was indignant
when he learned that the police had
been asked to look for him for fear
he would take his life.
It's ** easy to ««ui« a bargain In a uae4
automobile, through want advertising, a* It
UMd to —and (till Is—to lacur* a hon«
OnA '•« — "•(»»
ARE YOU ILL?
If so, why not come
• to us? We can sure
jjrfW^w^k )y cure you. We
_DP*^*li|B treat ami cure all
Wsssm&T ' private diseases of
• Mi*** i*""1 ' men and women—
jTflj^wSli;! cancer, tumor, rup-
V *yfF .tv re, rheumatism
T£Bff"£;|3 and all nervous dls
■,Jß«lt orders. No knife.
■^HaW ' All our cures are
. Phone F8214.
' / We Care Com* In Three Dajr*.
Utt. XOM YAM CIIINUBK lIKKH ItliMKin
CO., South Broadway.
MEXICAN BANK CASHIER
GETS TWELVE-YEAR TERM
MEXICO CITY, Nov. s.—Robert A. |
Crump, former cashier of the Fed?r^l
Banking company, which failed MV
etal months ago, was sentenced today
to twelve years' imprisonment, f1- ,
lowing hf« conviction of embezzling
$68,000 from the institution.
'Phis is the maximum penalty pro- |
vided by Mexican laws. Tl.e bank was j
mi American house. '
Rupture Quickly Cured
r No Charge If You Don't Get belief
Not a single cent comes out of* Cured men and women 50, 60 and
your pocket if a trial of the Cluthe 70 years old—people who had been
Truss which automatically gives ruptured 20 to 60 years—people who
Massage Treatment doesn't result .'•ad worn dozens of other trusses in
In immense relief.' We don't want vain.
a cent of your money unless this Our Expense If It Falls _ .
Truss does you a world of good. Remember that we do not ask
you to take any chances whatever.
The Cluthe Truss with its Auto- W|P will make you a Cluthe Truss
' matic Massage treatment is en- 'especially for your case and let you
tirely unlike any other truss ever try it at our risk— lot an actual
made. test prove all th-.t we say. If the
There is no belt, no leg straps, truss fails to hold your rupture se
no springs, no harness of any kind rely in place— minute of
whatever. Nothing at all uncom- tne ,j y_it won't cost you a penny,
fortable. AH About It ta Free Book
tne minute you put mi» hubs uu, mmtuna in fnrtv vonrs of pxnerl-
Your rupture will never again come "*£»* .^n/"^^™ .^St
2° cTu a ther TrusJ° wilf honour '™ boT why elastic
— cuTe d i ire&. ti=ss
Y?Vc etv r r ran°*herm°- f^fs^m^o'f^^xrSh 6:
"Thinkt/Cat-you who now have *fc g puts you on guard against
to put your rupture back perhaps throwlng money away _ ■
many times a day-you who now And It tells aU J^ 1 "•jJMrtße
stant torture. CEUSe y°U C°n' Mode , and Cnart Byst p m> we can
stant torture. Model and Chart system, we can
Automatic Manage Treatment -- „. hv moll „_ oerfectlv as if
The Cluthe Truss automatically you came to ma institute
gives a wonderfully beneficial mas- .*»« ™™ the experience of many
sage treatment. former sufferers. And we give you
It has Automatic Holding Pads. . h , permission) the names
They are self-regulating—self-ad- *nd addresses of over 3500 people
3UBl inSr ™ t eV, ery h? OS e?.en^J2S tJho have received instant relief at
make That is why it is utterly hands-most of them entirely
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BT Prt i°l rUPtU HG; Holding You"r name on a postal-or on the
And these Automatic Holding ,„,„"-"„ v, e i nw _ hrines you this
Pads automatically massage the £»«P»n bo b o ow-brlngB >O" UliS
weakened muscles at the rupture llel Pna todav-don't nut it off-when
opening until they are strong and vo B u en^ ?hi B bwk'you will know
S°vhl, m a ««airin<r does for these how you can get immediate relief
arms or legs. That Is how the * .mmher a% helow Jßr<'-
Cluthe Truss cures even after Box number, as below.
everything else has failed to do any ---_ rrktlDrtM
good whatever. • FREE COUPON
Cures In Short Time - Box 60-CI.IJTHE INSTITUTE
When you wear a Cluthe Truss, • (For Rupture Exclusively)
you can do any work that you could 125 East 33rd St.. New York City
do if you weren't ruptured. Send me your Free Book on The
And, unless yours la a terribly Cure- of Rupture, i
bad case, the Cluthe Truss with its w ßme
Automatic Massage Treatment will
soon cure you, completely. street
The Cluthe Truss has cured some Town .....'. '
of the worst cases in history. f ———
THIS WEEK ONLY
C GOLD SHELL FRAME FREE ?
This Week with Our £XC%
Perfect Vision Lenses. %*§ /~*
Full Price ........ -X V-7 \^
OUR OFFER:
To become acquainted with you is: Our Opticians will make a thorough
and scientific examination of the eye, fit a pair of our Perfect Vision Lenses
in a Gold Shell Frame, EYEGLASSES OR SPECTACLES, and the full cost
is ONLY 98c THIS WEEK. Why not come in tomorrow, early in the
.morning, before the rush?
Examinations Without "Charge
CHILDREN'S EYES especially cared for. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
Glass Eyes made to order—thousands in stock to select from. We wish to
see the difficult cases. If you value your eyesight avail yourself of our
high-class services.
The QUEEN SYSTEM is the best—it costs no more and saves your
sight. : '
Hours 9 to 6. i *
QUEEN'S OPTICIANS Sou » I
:'"->• LOS ANGELES, CAL.
.Prescriptions, Prismatic and Compound' Lenses at Reduced Rates thi3 week.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1910.
ROBBERS HOLD CROWD
AT BAY IN THE STREET
KANSAS CITT, Nov. 6.—While
scores of persons thronged the s'de
walks outside, two highwaymen entered
,& pawnshop In the heart of the city at
noon today, held up M. Daniels, the
proprietor, and escaped, after holding
a pursuing crowd at with revolv
ers. The men got no valuables.
No matter how ££& >"• /«//A jf/si &*£* X. alueS ' ValueS'
store may be, it * _^ <&& CST\ most " for-the
is our underly- <JSA->CA I^^ fSTI IVtt^-*-*# money!-that is
ing Spirit of \JthOj%*2>&L RJ SjgijySEf the secret of our
Service that has ly^^*l^ success. And
won our Su- „- Q - th c^ ifT-^ Broadway each day adds
premacy. • 337-9 &OUtn t j U*JS^^ * greater values.
J.J.HAGGERTY
' J^^v* Velvet Reigns
JftAjM H^>. y*&%k First Paris, then London; after them, New York demanded Velvet
'•*>|B B^k. V $$$:& m street costume^, in afternoon frocks for evening wear. And we,
' §*'&" 'vm BP^Qfc'^T^^J'' w'lo aye ever our ear t0 tne ground, have anticipated the very wide-
'"*'' f '1® &^t' :'io^^*^ spread demand for smart Velvet costumes which is coming, and have
, -4|.^^^^fP^^^^\- *^H!^k^' %$% an abundance of ideas to show in this most beautiful of all dress ma-
M' "■?' '■ li\^^^^o^^^t^^o'^y'^^^ Navy, amethyst, wine, gray, brown, black and all other shades
'OAOB3O/ ■^M*ll|^*l! '^--ly^^'"X:- '''?'&,*'' tHat give full value to the superb luster of good velvet.
//.fg: :i.' ? '<-^# /i }. VbBI ' m^4 -'•''*'" ''' The models, exclusive in the extreme, are in some cases of Vel
//^^^^^M^^W^^^^^^^^^M '$%&s*% ' vet a'one > and in others are combined with heavy satin.
- •'?■}::(s«iju .^«ii^ V all ■''gdf/Jww '^'''&** ( ''"' particularly striking style has French sleeves and yoke of
■%'J"*fi');igs?/0m :%~ >™['mlwl'^'^'" •'■. r'( '' ')rown velvet, then a bodice of golden brown satin, girdled with
j /^fc^MaCT y :^'-':^^wSW^mi \^^''J'f''** ' l'le Vl''vcl anc' extending to the knees, where two folds are followed
J*svsAfs£siMi' H*''mm--:& } 'TTMmfwßrrT''*'*'^ '■*''''* ''-V Vl"' cei) velvet flounce. to knees, of braid and buttons. Yoke
tf>^'-: '"■ ;;\\BwH Hp/ i: '"'S// 'J-v a '^'^V velvet flounce. Trimmings of braid and buttons. Yoke
S**^'' ■'I^^Slli JBhF-5 . aSH HP^'- I'^y^: ai"' un(' ers 'ccvi-'s of cream lace. A veritable harmony in brown.
W^^^^W /• "lips V/ The Price Range on '
'^fM^BB^-i^B^tm^k These Velvet Costumes
//^w^^^ilt^M IsComplete ' . $2L50t0575
fyifi^^^^ks K*'**jSßs For the Woman Whose Size
wM^s^^^^ jfllßo Has Heretofore Made the
t* W^^mS^jXm JßHlP^ Made-to-Measure Suit
\' '? 's'& \-fj£A tftilif Jof^<§Hiit'*'"' c 'lave a stoclc " extra large sizes, ranging from 40 to 5.3 bust.
' -•-'^l/';',''ffl|.M fig iP^lf l^^% These are specially made for us. and include form-fitting and semi
\' '; "r!^?^ '9| Wm. II fitted models that closely approach the usual sixes in line and de-
V-V **V*'lß«i! llllililllPi? S 'R "' '"" that will do much toward moderating any appearance of
'"^«-^MfcPi^^\ priced at • • • $i 9-5°
' ' iO-V^\?'i|K <4* I'**<^C?' "^ " nc '' iat 'nc' Ut 'es •'" "' I'"' wanted mixtures, serges and broad
® '"^V^ *' \X% * cloths, lined with guaranteed satin, pleated or plain gored skirts.
■'■'•' "■ *""i^ ;\ an.\V:^ Other equally good values at 25 > $29.50, $35 and upward.
An Advance Reduction
A Splendid Variety of Imported Millinery
p «k-y ' f-*s ' •j_ Distinctly an event, for these are indivdual creations by the best
/"Vr |\lf*\A7' CS\l\l^s min/ls in the" millinery field that are included in this sale. And
ta'A *■ ~V/ VV KJ\+.X\.%J ] el us state emphatically that no one of these models was ovcr
r>% • ii T~% • J 'j. fl^iT £f\ priced at the original figure at which it was marked. Real value
OPeCiall VJr riCed. at J>l /. DO •- always been Present in every one of them. .
■T^ *J ~ Here you may see the product of men who have lifted hat-
Lustrous broadcloths, the newest of the novelty worsteds, smart- designing from a mere trade into an Art Gold, silver velvet hat
... '.. ... . . , " . „ t , ters plush and beaver shapes, trimmed with Paradise feathers.
ly. tailored serges—a line which must impress you immediately ostrjch plumes flowers, ribbons and novelties. And the are
with its money-saving possibilities. Misses'and ladies' sizes. trimmed with the end constantly in view of being original be
yond any question or doubt.
Ar> OODOrtUnitV $40 Hats Now $30.00 $60 Hats Now $45.00
■*" T l** ■ Vrr wl lv* *-»/ > • $sg> Hats Now $37.50 $75 Hats Now $56.25
4- f-^ Qotrp C^ If\ /^fl Other models, formerly priced as high as $125, all \ off.
These Suits at $23.50 , OnSale. Monday ■ ,
i: % x , A Turban,at ... $6.50
There are only twenty-five of these well conceived little suits ....
which will go at this remarkable price. They are made, and well over which we are decidedly enthusiastic. Velvet, with satin or
, ,_, . P -n ,i .i , • T* i! i 'i- i -ii two-fold silk drape, '.simple, yon say. Yes, but a model in whose
made, of Boude, of Broadcloth, of genuine English 1 weed, with yery simplicilv \ {t& its ,| iann - and style.
plain gored skirts,. habit backs, some of them with deftly intro- • Qur stock of close-fitting turbans, of velvet, plush, felt and
duced cluster pleats. The coats are exceedingly modish, 30 inches * fur; trimmed simply, but extremely smart, is worthy of your at
long, not elaborately trimmed, but faultlessly cut anfl finished. tention.
You cannot duplicate these elsewhere within $10 of this price. __ . ' .TT
Untnmmed rlats
A +— TT7* _.i.«^ r\ -r**T Uncommonly rich colorings in corded silk shapes with satin fac-
An H/XtraorQinary v i, lgs . specially priced at $295
1^: , -.»-••— An attractive and modish line of black velvet shapes, $3.95
Evening Cape at $9.75. t>?lls°
. „. , ; . * . And if You Want Beaver
You will find difficulty in believing that there is not some mis
take that has resulted 'in pricing this striking cape at this figure, You will find here, priced at from $4.50 to $10, a line which in
so original, are.its lines, so evident is its quality, even to the most completeness approaches the absolute,
so original are its lines, so evident is its quality, even to the most lv"'l ' '
casual observer. Made of Broadcloth, in all evening shades, with __ . _ . ■** „ *
a chinning little hood, lined with Persian silk; a braid-trimmed" VaIUCS in VeilS
military collar, loops and buttons down the front, and the excess ' Motoring veils of crepe de chine, grenadine, chiffon; exceptional
fullness of the garment gathered into graceful knots at the sides { ] v large and in shades of marked beauty, $1.95 and more.
and fastened with stunning big buttons. At this price a sensation. " Always our veilings are recognized as the leading line. Ad
; . vanced designs, carefully selected, reliable to a degree and priced
A - , T • x? 4-* very moderately, characterize the stock.
Ada IAIXIiriOUS UrS tO By the yard, 25c and Up. By the Veil, $1 and Up.
an Attractive Woman's Costume Shirtwaists i ndeed Specially Priced
<xv Shirtwaists Indeed Specially Priced
and you have reached the ultimate of Charm.
Women who appreciate reliability in this, the hardest of all Taffeta and McSSalinC Creations, d* £ C\C\
merchandise for the uninitiated to judge, appreciate also the fact Monday Only at tp*J»\J\J
that the fur sold here is always backed by a hard and fast guarv Waists in every color that could appeal to a fastidicw:.- ''**<?■ ,'.->
antee of quality. • tailored' or elaborately trimmed, many exclusive i>-M*n pat
v terns among them, and a number of uncommon stripe effects.
A Bargain in Cony K^ular *6-75 and $"0 mists-
Black or Brown, $15 the Set PureLinenTailorcd Waists at $295 ' Monday Only .
. These are the famous "Herald Square" embroidered waists,
An exceptionally good grade of fur, pillow muff and stole, lined whose quality is conceded and whose regular prices T~: *■■• ""
with a good quality of satin. S3 75. It is extremely doubtful if pure linen waists c*<. *« »««■..*
. . • to equal these even at their regular prices, and at this snarp re
in Our More Expensive Furs •; duction they arc a distinct opportunity. All of them perfectly
. . , Variety Is Wedded tO Value tailored and' designed to fit.
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