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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 28, 1910, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY KSTABUSTnT 1839 BELL HITS BACK AT HIS RIVAL Tlie Methods of tbs insurgent Leaders Exposed Shows That Johnson Was Beady to Knife Any Successful Opponent at the Primaries Dy Theodore A Bell LOS ANGBLUB Oct view of tho malicious falsehoods published by Fremont older of the San Francisco Bulletin iind somebody by the name of H IS Francks M j respecting conversations between them and me it will not lie out of place to state a few interesting facts Dming the primary campaign the loaders of the LincolnRoosevelt League often called me into consulta tion or came to my office for the pur pose or Dimming the delivery of the insurgent vole to me in the event that Anderson or Curry or Stanton was nominated WOODLAND CALIFORNIA FRIDAY EVENING OCTOBER 23 1910 DAILY ESTABLISHED 187T INDIAN DIES UN GALLOWS Stoicism of Wilbur Benjamin Never Deserts Him A Large Crowd Witnesses the Execu tion of the Slayer of Little Violette Gilmer FOLSOM Oct Benja PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NOTES Mugs and Goings of Weil Known Peopte Social Gossip of Interest to Those Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland Older in particular telephoned to my office several limes last March askej me to call at Hie Bulletin office wliich J finally did He urged me lo accept the Democratic nomination pledging me support of all the insurgents and Iheir if Johnson were de feated Tho plan was to bring about a wholesale holt from Hie Republican party if their man was not chosen at the primary Tliey were lo see that Johnson did not pledge himself to support the Re publican nominee whether he was An derson Curry or Sianjon so that it i necessary or advisable lie could lake the stump for Dell I never told Fremont Older or any other man that 1 would enter this fight j for the purpose of electing Johnson governorof this state andany stateI inent to the contrary is a deliberate falsehood 1 I always spoke in high terms of Mr 1 Johnson but 1 told the insurgent leadi evs that if Johnson and Bell were both I nominated that I intended to win the tight if possible They said that if Johnson and I were both nominated H would make no difference wliich j was elecied as California in either event would have a good governor j f They endeavored all over the state j to got Democrats to aid Johnson at the primary promising that if John son wore defeated they would knife the Republican nominee to tile hilt I personally advised all Democrats to keep out of the Republican primary ir min the Yolo county Indian convicted I morning of rape and murder was hanged at in the state prison yard He maintained his characteristic stoicism to tho end and made no statement on tho gallows The execution was wit nessed by a large crown Tuesday October 5 3909 the body of 14yearold Violette Gilmer was found on a lonely mountain trail neat Rimisey whore she had been ravished and murdered on the day previous Benjamin a young Indian was suspected and on tho following Wed nesday was arrested lie made a par A G Bailey went to Davis I his tial confession after being sweated On the ICtli of November his rial WILBUR BENJAMIN contest began A verdict of guilty was re t i Jtjliil 11 Ul Now because they cannot get all turned on November 19th er On the Republicans in California to support U2d of November he was sentenced to llieir candidate they are criminally no on Pebroov 4 1Dm tiyms lo destroy me Pretending to His attorney obtained a stay ot exe stand tor clean politics they are do1 cut ion and look an appeal The su ing the dirtiest politics ever attempted I preme court sustained the verdict anr m this slate Even the Republican refused to grant a new trial On tin candidate for governor is resorting to 2Blh of August Benjamin was brough a species of personal abuse that ought to disqualify any man for the highest office in this state He has completely lost his bead in a last desperate at tempt to stem the tide against him 1 leave it to the people to determine into court and reseutenced to be hang ed on the 2Sth of October from iiiv life 1 iionx iny Hie inu whether or not he he The man Franck whose name ap pears in the Bulletin of October 25th indicates in his arlicle that he is either a fool or a knave I remember that a man by his name called once at my office bin neither he nor any other man fiver had with me the conrcrsa lion he detailed 1 have always in both private and public expressed myself In the strong est possible termaagainst he political control of the Southern Pacific Com pany it is to be regretted that the time has come when a man cannot go to tlia Bulletin office upon Its invitation or o admit Dr Franclt to his own office without being subjected to false reports as to what occurred there NEVER WORRY about a no need of worry if yon win treat It at Its first appearance with BallhcJs Horehound Syrup It will atop tde cough at onre f and put your lungs and throat baclt Into perfectly healthy rnndition Sold by J R Shelton i Harsh physics react weaken the bowels cause chronic conatlpatl Conns Reguleta operate eanlly tho stomach cure constipation Aok your druatfst for them IN THE JUSTICES COURT Justice E T Lampion heard the ar gument this morningin the case of he people vs H Kimlt G E Whitney presented the argument for the people in the District Attorney Anderson E E Gaddis appeared for R P Wallace was an arrival on the 11 oclock train Rev H V Afoore returned to Colu a this morning Hampton Roberts went to Sacramen to this morning Mrs F Miller returned from Berke1 ley this morning Miss Frieda Henle went to San Fran cisco this morning Frank Davis was a uorthhoimil pas ietiger this morning Mrs 13 Q Crites came down from Zamora this morning Miss Magonnigal was an arrival from the north this morning j Mrs J I McConnell went to Sail Francisco this morning Mrs W Jones was a southbound passenger this morning Mr and Mrs Joe Rumsoy went to Sacramento this morning Mr and Mrs P J Willoiighby re urned from Nairn this morning Constable Parker and J A Honshall went to Fulsom this morning to wit ness the execution Wilbur Benja min Among the arrivals Thursday even Off were A A Powers Al McDonald Mrs Van Zee and daughter Miss Sarah Geo Welder and J F Garrotte E G Dyers went to Sacramen o this morning accompanied Ijv her guests Miss Lettia R Kick and Miss Henrietta Stocker who arc out here rotn Pennsylvania on a visit COURTHOUSE IS K Gaddis attorney for defendant in the case of William Chancy vs 1Yed Sclmlze has filed a notice of mo ion to strike out plaintiffs second amended complaint on the ground Ihat the alleged amended complaint is not an amendment but a more repetition of the allegations of the first amended complaint Anna Barnes one of the defendants in the case o the city of Woodland vs Carrie Nelson ct al has filed an an swer UNATITHENTICATED HUMOR The rumor thai the Vallejo and Northern Railroad Company has con tracted to purchase the Perkins and Cave farms between Washington and Elkhorn cannot be traced to any au thoritative source E W Armfield the local has never heard anything about II I The property is not on the line of any route surveyed by the company and there seems to be no reason why it should be acquired for railroad purposes Pony or Hobble Boot Models and j Made iii fino pntenl colt or dull calf wlih kid mcravenctto hils lo offer in womens footwear combined with graceful uimear ince anil positive comfort MaMde in fino patent coll indull clnf with kid or cruvenelto tops tipped or plain toes swell sliorl vamps swagger roiinil toes and high Cuban heels 13 anil M billion high Giving u graceful fit at the ankle Very smart with tailored snils If your price Is 300 100 or JSiiu youll find nufo genuine slioo val ues assembled hove than under any ono roof Wo invite your close Inspection of our windows They lire all displayed Huston Bros Tho man who knows wears Investigate our Special Hear Fur Childrens Coals 2rB SATURDAY IS Sweater Day MCATTDO WlAiERS III Cardinal While and Grey All sixes A special dependable Sweater The price made possible only by a big pur chase made many months ago It is a slnglebrcaster model semifitted in a pretty fancy print am two pockets Keo uitidow The Trade Palace You Know Fred LATEST in Greys Wr Imvo on display our windows the newest shades In greya such as LONDON GREYS and UNIVKliSlTY PLAIDS These colors arc llio prevailing ahadea In greys for fall and winter For the Sons Our Fall Sulla for the boys have urrtved and are now on dla SKl wlntow Such shades na GRKYS BROWNS and BLUB Mothers Friend Waists and Shirts Our shipment of Mothers Friend Waists and Shirts for BOY9 are now on hand ami we will be Blad to shoiv you through our lines CLUETT SHIRTS AND COLLARS We carry the FAMOUS CLUGIT SHI UTS and In I ho latest colors and stylos 7 Our store is tho Shoeilomo of Woodland Suili linos as Walkover Ami Croaeti for dress and street wear lliiliiighniii Keclit and Ninaian for Ilio working shoes ROSENBERG CO The Leading CioiMers and Furnishers I the defendant As soon as the testi mony is subscribed lo by the witnesses Justice Lampion will render his de cision It will bo remembered that Harry L Daniels tho complaining witness and the defendant had a wordy war over a prune cleaner in which plaintiff alleged that defendant threatened to kill The latter asked that the former be jiinicd under bonds to keep the peace The testimony In the case was taken last Tuesday Alfred Benjamin COB clothing Kd V Price Coa tailoring line Prcslon B Keiths dress shoes Joe Miller work shoes Bavoy Sliirts and Satnters tics Kenyons rnln proof overcoats Stetson special hats and Fownes gloves Tho best in all lines at Hutchison Summers The Store ot Quality au3tf fhe City Laundry calls for and de livers laundry Leavs orders at the Ariel candy store telepliona 1081 or J A Wood agent For a good shave Haircut or eharn u poo go to Dolors barber XSkr HAET NORTH SUSPENDED lion Hart North has beensuspended from the office of commissioner of im migration pending investigation of charges filed against him by Captain Frank L Ainsworth immigration in spector at Mciggs wharf and by the Asiatic Exclusion League which for weeks has been bombarding President Taft with CO foot peiilions for tho re moval of North Strictly Hand Tailored La dies Suits Mens goods shown exclusively by us Nemo Corsets aro fig builders Ask for No r21i WOODLAND CALirORNIA 2d6 We Will Be Pleased to Show You FORCED TO LEAVE HOME Every year a large ajimber of poor sufferers whoso lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this is costly and not always sure Theres a better way Let Dr Kings New Discovery euro you at home It cured me 01 lung trouble writes W R Nelson of Calamine Ark when all else fallel and 1 gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough nnd lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to it Its positively guar anteed Tor coughs colds la grippe asthma throat and lung troubles 50c and bottle free at Suffered day and night the torment of itching piles Nothing helped me until I used Doans Ointment It cured me John R Gar rett Mayor Olrard Ala Or Henley E Miller Permanently lusodated with Dr J T Grant Jel7U Beautiful crealions in Persian Silks Chiffons Crepes etc in the brs colors and short and threetiuarter Blade Tailored Taffeta Silk and IJIack Slessnllno Silk Waists special Plaid Tailored Waisls usually OH Chatlio Waists neal black and while navy blue a regular 85 WO Waist ROYAL MAKE J3 51 More new suits have arrived Come In amf see them Our Special Suits cant be Beat New Silks for Waists New Dress Goods Trimmings Comforters Blankets and Blanket Sheet at the lowest possible prices THE VOGUE SPECIAL For Saturday We have jnst received from our wholoialer oneof tho prettiest linea of Kill Skirts ever brought to Wood laiul and are going to give tho ladies tho greatest bargain In Skirts ever offered TluHo skirls are all of the latest styles and shadines We have them In soliii tolorings and changeable Every Sitirt is guaranteed and are worth reg ular tyua Inic iii Saturday next we are giving them lo you for each Come atnl get the choice sbadea We are also offering our full line of Lace LunaiUH at u sacrifice Sea wimUnv display of Skirts and Curtains The Arcade Dry Goods Co i PHONE 47 WOODLAND CAL i t The Farmers Mutual of Yolo County Invites You Place your Insurance with them Compare their rates with wluU have been paying Study the coat and plan ot insurance Rememtur advantages of a HOME COMPANY In which you have an InUwrt Knd on assist In managing Dont wait do it now J D MUSGROVE Secty V   

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