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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 28, 1910, Woodland, California                                 BELL HITS BACK AT HIS RIVAL  INDIAN DIES PERSONAL AND ON GALLOWS 1  SOCIAL NOTES  The Methods of the Insurgent Leaders Exposed  Shows That Johnson Was Ready to Knife Any Successful Opponent at the Primaries  Stoicism of Wilbur Benjamin Comings and Goings of Weil Never Deserts Him    Known    Poop*.  A Large Crowd Witnesses the Execu tion of the Slayer of Little Violette Gilmer  /  (By Theodore A. Bell.)  Social Gossip of Interest to Those Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland.  FOLSOM. Ort. 28.—Wilbur Benja- j a. Ct. Bailey went to Davis this  LOS ANGELES, Oct. 27.—In view of min, the Yolo county Indian convicted morning.  of rape and murder, was hanged at 10:30 in the state prison yard. He maintained his characteristic stoicism to tile end and made uo statement on tim gallows. The execution xvas witnessed by a large crowd.  Tuesday. October 5, 1909. the body  the malicious falsehoods published by Fremont Older of the San Francisco Bulletin, and somebody by the name of H. E. Francks. M. D., respecting conversations between them and me, it will not be out of place to state a few interesting facts.  During the primary campaign, the leaders of the Liucoln-Hoosevelt    of    14-year-old    Violette Gilmer    was  League often called me into consulta- found on a lonely mountain trail near tion or came to my office, for the pur- Rmusey, where she had been ravished lK>se of planning the delivery of the and murdered on the day previous insurgent vote to me in the event that Wilbur Benjamin, a young Indian, was Anderson or Curry or Stanton was suspected and on the following Wed-nomlnateU.    nesday was arrested. He made a paroler in particular, telephoned to my    tAal    confession,    after being sweated.  office several times lust March; asked    On the 16th    of November, his    trial  me to call at the Bulletin office, which I finally did. He urged me to accept the Democratic nomination, pledging me sup|H>rt of all the Insurgents and I their newspapers lf Johnson were debuted. The plan was to bring about a wholesale bolt from lite Republican party lf their man was not chosen at ihe primary.  They were to see that Johnson did not pledge himself to support the Republican nom lane, whet liar he was Anderson. Curry or Stanton, so that lf necessary or advisable he could take the slump for Bell.  I never told Fremont Older or any other luau that I would enter this fight for the puriMise of electing Johnson governor of this stute, uud any statement to tin* contrary is a deliberate falsehood.  I always spoke In high terms of Mr.  Johnson, but I told the insurgent leaders that lf Johnson and Bell were both nominated, that i Intended to win the fight if possible. They said that if Johnson aud I were both nominated. it would make no difference which was elected, as I'ttiiloruiu, in either event, would have a good governor. f They endeavored all over the state to get Democrats to aid Johnson at the primary, promising that lf Johnson w'ere defeated, they would kulfe th** Republican nominee to the hilt.  I personally advised all Democrats to keep oui of the Republican primary contest  We invite your close Inspection of our all displayed.  It. I’. Wallace was an arrival on the ll o’clock train.  Rev. H. V. Moore returned to Colusa this morning.  Hampton Roberts went to Sacramento this morning Mrs. P. Miller returned from Berkeley this morning.  Miss Frieda Henle went to San Francisco this morning.  Frank Davis was a north-bound passenger this morning.  Mrs. E. Q, Clites came down from Zamora this morning.  Miss Magonntgal was an arrival from the north this morning.  Mrs. J. I. McConnell went to San Francisco this morning.  Mrs. VV. Jones was a south-bound passenger this morning.  Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ramsey went to Sacramento this morning.  Mr. mud Mrs. P. J. Willoughby returned from Napa this morning.  Constable Parker and J. A. Henshall J _ .___  went to Folsom this morning to wit----—  ness the execution of Wilbur Beuja-: The luau who knows wears.  min.  Among the arrivals Thursday evening were A. A. Pow’ers, Al McDonald.  Mrs. Van Zee and daughter. Miss Sarah, Geo. Welder aud J. F. Garrotte.  vAirs. BS. G. Byers went to Sacramento this morning, accompanied by ber guests. Miss Lettla R Bick and Miss Henrietta Stocker, who are out here from Pennsylvania on a visit.  or Hobble  Models  $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00  Made in fine patent colt, or dull calf, with kid or craven**!® has to offer in women’s footwear, combined with graceful appearance and positive comfort.  MaMde in fine patent colt, or dull clat. with kid or era vc net to tons tinned or plain toes, swell short vamps, swagger round toes and high Cuban heels. 13 and it button high. Giving a graceful fit at the ankle. Very smart with tailored suits lf your price is $2 50 $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 or $5 tat, you’ll find more genuine shoe values assembled here than un ler any one roof.  windows. They are  Huston Bros.  THE LATEST  in Greys  We have on display In our w indows the newest shades in grey*, aitch as LONDON GREYS and UNIVERSITY PLAIDS. These color* ara the prevailing shades In greys for fall and winter.  For the Sons  Our Fall Suits for the bo vs l ave arrived and ara now on display in our window. Such shad- s as GREYS, BROWNS and BLUE SERGE.  Mothers’ Friend Waists and Shirts  Our shipment of Mothers’ Friend Waists and Shirts for BOYS are now on hand and we will lie glad to show you through our line*.  I CLUETT SHIRTS AND COLLARS  We carry the FAMOUS CLUETT SHIRTS and COLLARS la tho latent colors and stylet*.  SHOES  Investigate our fljieclal Bear Fur Children's fonts. $2 rd).  began. A verdict of guilty wan re-Now, bemuse they cannot gel all turned on November 19th. On the Republicans lu California to support 22d of November he was sentenced to  COUR I Doubt: fctWd.  E. E. Gaddis, attorney for defendant , in the cane of William Chancy vs. Fred Schulze, has filed a notice of motion to strike mu* plaintiffs second amended complaint on the ground that tile alleged amended complaint is not un amendment, but u mere repetition of the allegations of the first amended * omplaint.  Anna Barnet, one of the defendants In the case of the city of Woodland ns. . Carrie Nation et a1., has filed an answer.  UNAUTHENTICATED HUMOR  J --------   v The rumor thut the Vallejo aud Northern Railroad Company has iou-  SATURDAY IS  Sweater Day  LADIES’ SWEATERS  $2.19  III Cardinal. White and Grey. All sizes. A special dependable Sweater. The price made possible only by a big purchase made many months ago. It Is a alttgle-bmasted nimb i. Mini-fitted, in a pretty, fancy print and two pockets. Hue window.  The Trade Palace  You Know Fred  Our store is the Shoedome of Woodland.  Such lines us Walkover aid Crowell for dr.~-4 and street wear. Blick Ingham A Hee bt and Nvutau for the working shoes.  ROSENBERG &  | The Leading C.olhiers and  J WOODLAND ♦  J  CO  CALIFORNIA  2d lo  their candidate, they are criminally try tug to destroy me. Pretending to stand tor clean polities, they are doing the dirtiest polities ever attempted in this stale. Even the Republican candidate for governor is resorting to u species of personal abuse that ought lo disqualify any man for the highest office in this stale. He has completely * lost his head in a last desperate attempt to stem the tide against him I leave it to the people to determine from my life, and my public record,  k  whether or not he states the truth.  The man Franck, whose name appeals in the Bulletin of October 25th, indicates in his article that he is either  be hanged ou February 4, 1910.  His attorney obtained a stay of exe clition aud took an appeal.  traded to purchase the Perkins aud  Strictly Hand Tailored l.u-.    .    dies’ Suita. Men’s goods  Cave farms, between Washington aud  h ( lown  exclusively by us.  ' Elkhorn, cannot be traced to any au- j  .    thortative source. E. W. Armfleid, the j-----  •  »">"» «■»* ■««»"'«• 'KU verdet a»*L,  n . pnMnUl Ur..\ «U never heard, refuged to grant a new trial. On the     abuu(    |(     , |h# prolM . rly  ,,  not ou the Hue of aby route surveyed  Nemo Corsets are builders. Ask for Nu.  figure  2d5  25th of August. Benjamin was brought into court sud r* sentenced to he hanged on the 28th of October.  We Will Be Pleased lo Show You  IN THE JUSTICE S COURT.  by the company aud there seems to tie no reason why it should be a quired for railroad purposes.  HART NUR I.I bUSPLNDED  Hon. Hart North has been suspended  Justice E. T. Rampion heard the argument this morning in the case of the people vs ll. Hindi. G. E. Whitney  presented the argument for the people    from the office of commissioner of    Ruin the absence^of District Attorney    ; migration, pending instigation    of  Anderson. E. E Gaddis appeared for    charges filed against him by Captain  a tool    or a    knave.    I    remember    that    nj    the defendant. As soon as the test!-    Frank L. Ainsworth, immigration    inturn    by    his    name    called    once    al    my    mony is subscribed to by the witnesses    I speclor at Meiggs Wharf, ami by    the  Office, bul neither he nor any Other j Justice Campton will render his de  The  Wais  SPECIAL  For Saturday  We have just received from our  wholesaler one of the prettiest line* of Silk Skirts ever brought to Wood* land, and ar.* going to give the ladies the greatest bargain In Skirt! war  offered,  These skirts ara alt of the latest  styles ami ah adjiga. We have them In solid loloriug* aud changeable Every Skirt ss guaranteed, aud are worth regular i,    >. but on Saturday nett we  ara giving them to you for $3.98 each, i'i,. I- early aud gel the choice shades.  We ate also offering our full I Bio of Im e Curtains ai a sac rifle#. Sos window db-pi ay of Skin* aud Curtains.  Asiatic Ex« lusiou league, which, for  ' Beautiful « rea'ions in Persian Silks, Chiffons, ( rep* s, etc,, in the be olor* and short aud three-quarter sin vc*.  Black Tailored Taffeta Silk and Black Metaline bilk Wa!  special.  man ever had with me the conversation he detailed.  I have always, in both private and public, expressed myself in Hie strongest possible terms.against the political control of the Southern Pacific Company.  ii is to be regretted that the time has rome when a man cannot go to the Bulletin office upon its invitation or to admit Dr. Franck to his own office without being subjected to false reports as to what occurred there.  it  I 1 "'**    rn    *•    —    —  will be remembered that weeks, has been bombarding President * *■""  chaton  Harry L. Daniels, the complaining Wile*sa. and the defendant bad a wordy war over a prune cleaner, in which plaintiff alleged that defendant threatened to kill. The latter asked  Taft with 60 foot pot I lions for the removal of North.  Plaid Tailored Waists, usually $6  FORCED TO LEA VB HOME.  Challie Waists, neat black and white. ROYAL MAKE  .......................  navy blue, a regular $5 Waist,  ............,..$35i  the case was taken last Tuesday.  NEVER WORRY  about a cough—there's no need of worry if you Will treat it at its first appearance with Ballard’* Horehound Syrup, it will stop me cough at erne ami put your Rugs anti throat buck into perfectly healthy condition. Sold by J. R. Shelton    I  Every year a large timber of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore aud that the former be placed under bonds ,    with    coughs    are    urged to go to  to keep the peace. I he testimony In another climate, But this is costly and  not always sure. There’s a better way. Let Dr. King’s New Discovery cure you at home. “It cured me OI lung trouble," writes W. R. Nelson of Calamine, Ark., “when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight. Ifs surely the Kiug of all cough and lung cures.'' Thousands owe their lives and health to it. Ifs positively guar-  More new subs have arrived. Come in and see  them.  Alfred Benjamin si Co.'a clothing.  Ed. V. Price A Co.’s tailoring line.  Preston B. Kelt ha dress shoes.  Joe Miller work shoes.  Bavuy bhirts and Banners ties.  Kenyon's rain proof overcoats.  Stetson special hats aud gloves.    MB I UUU*.    UUU||- an n  The best    in all lines at Hutchison &    troubles.    50c and $1.00.     v l’rial bottle  Summers’.    -  townee  an t* e d for coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, croup—$11 throat and lung  free at airdru^sts  Harsh physics react, bowels, cause eu route  weaken the constipation  Doan’s Regulate operate easily, tone the stomach, cure constipation. ,;5c. Ask your druggist for them.  The Store of Quality.    au3tf  - 11    ♦    ♦    —      %    “Suffered    day aud night the torment  rh, CU, .--»«■T «... -or ^  SE?    iior^iHl»phou« l001. oT     R '     Gl "  With J A. Wood, agent    lf    Mayor,    Girard,    Ala.  MOC.  V  For a good suave, haircut or »ham« poo, go to Dtoaler’* barber shop. ti  Dr. Henley E. Miller. Permanently associated with Dr. J. T. Grunt jo!7tf  Our Special $15.00  Suits can’t be Beat  New Silks for Waists. New Dress Goods. *New Trimmings.  Comforters, Blankets, and Blanket Sheets, at the lowest possible price* 0  THE VOGUE  GRIGGS & BUSH  The Arcade Dry Goods Co.  I* I ION ii 47  tnt  WOODLAND, CAL  The Farmers' Mutual of Yolo County  Invites You  Pta.ce your Insurance with them. Compare their rate* with VIM N®  I have been paying. Study the coat ann plan of luau ranee. Remember tho advantages of a HOME COMPANY la which you have aa laura* UA VMI assist in managing. Don’t wait, do it now.  J. D. MUSGROVE, See’ty.  IAI   

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