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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 29 November 1873

Los Angeles Herald. ELEGIAC POETRY. Alter an. we must look lo '.In- coiintrf tWr 'rue pQ4tr>.. Ta.'cliy mun can Horaetiioc-' do it. DMW « •"•ii.lv t»iin», so m»tiv »h Wf tu* always goln< oa in clllen. Oi the rlc.ijtac •>"hn.i .'luoni pcn!M.-<( r more touchloi Ut i'.iiUi Itw (OIIoWIQK, by r. jii>'lm n r.ci -it nuivtenaaUM ClciMr, Lake UU*arMjr. U «vas a ;):ifsj »y tlwvtl>v>th by dn.vrmi ,or J i -ik lln Krt,wn, nl < ''.(■«: f.ntte. !A«Vft, auiWoy ►% etc June - l i ! , X■, nnd :•< the tribute ot a i Mend. I'ninklc, t;.... now* reached mt Mcloven That th.v ».»ui had jm v i to.m ihis earth and muc to l ten\ civ 11 lhou<h 1 kii' w tli.y s.xil had I'oilhrf Its rrver. !! oftUMtda snd n*elthf Wftfilu my br">e.i. I knew thee when hul n little chttd, tienUe, n>>..'k, and vmj mild, tOnl same (enile Hptrtl yott carried to the two, t'niii the body In in" lam mwtytmMt. There you sleep In gen I t«ttMHk ;. rb« nwn now are thy son cover. Wo bed iooke<l rorfwu...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 November 1873

VOLUME I. £>$ JUiftdc* IcrnUl. [*> Published ever; morning except Monday, by THE HERALD PIUXTINU (OHPAXV. OFFICE- Herald Meaui Book and Job ■•riiitJng- House, Spring strci, opposite tbe C<mrt House. TERMS! Per annum, by mail or express BW su months " " 11 Three months " " v il Delivered by furriers, per week, 2.1 cents Advertisements inserted ut liberal rates. A PRETTY GOOD INDIAN. The valley of tho CJila river, in the Territory of Arizona, presents hut few natural attractions to the eye of the casual observer who may happen to demand something more delicate than craggy mountains and yawning cations. 1 write from a recollection of four years ago, at which tiuje a few fields of barley or «♦«», nnd a few gar dens, wherein wore grown the com mon vegetables and garden fruits were the only objects visible from the high way to indicate that man had pro claimed his dominion there. But pass behind the screen of shrub bery which shuts ott't he view, and an unexpected panorama of bea...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 November 1873

SUNDAY NOV. 30, 1878. The Future of Southern California. Every city iii'the Union claims for Itself a future, builds up a rich castle en avenh'f and lias more or less struc ture on which t<> ground its hopes. Southern California especially is cut deavoring to bring itself into promi nence am! com mend itself as a new country, fertile In resources, and alike suited to the desires of the millionaire and the means of the small capitalist. Pages upon pages, have been written SDOQt her resources. San Diego, Los Angeles and Santa Barbara have been unceasing in their register of facts fa vorable to immigration; and the week ly increase in the population, the im mense freights of the steamers, all in dicate that the day is at hand when the capitalist as well as the invalid will seek the .southern coast and call it Itis home. To pass through any town on the 2?>th of November and record tho fact that strawberries are for sale In the fruit stores, and that the ther mometer in the shad...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 November 1873

...■'■ NOV. 30, Ig7B Religious Notices. CatholicCiiritCH—Rev.P. Snstre, Pastor. Masses al o, MO* 7 and 8 A.M. Hlfta Mass nt 10:90 A. M. Cstachlsm,3 P. M. Vespers at 4 p. Mi a. M. E. RKTintj. Cnußcn-Thcre will >>•' preachlni.' st this Church to-day at U A. M. and 7 f..m.,T>> the pastor, W. Ff.'Offer. M. E. Church—Rev. J. Thompson of Oak land, will preach to-day at 11 A. M., and In the evening Will organize a Bible Society for Southern Callfbrnbt. Sen-Ices at 7P. M. Episcopal Church—Sen Wee for the pres ent In the hall of IheUood Templars, M Main street, up-stalrs. Hours, 11 A. M.and :t P. M. Honda) school, COMoaaeATioMAt, Church—Subject Ibr to day: "The horns and carpenters; or destroyer and builder." Young men are specially in vited to attend. Jpsluhßates,pasti>r protein. If, E.Church South—Preaching at Leek's Hall every Sabbath at 11A.M. and 7 P. M. Sunday School 1-"., P.M. Rev. A. M. Camp bell, pastor. Subject for this evening: "Chris tianity aud the bar." CITY AND ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 30 November 1873

Los Angeles Herald. LINES. i:i:si.;:ci i i iu;iiic,vri.i; :u a. ji. c. Why have ymi left your Southern home. In a far oil land; Why left your dear ones there 1.1 mourn, Po cross the sierras -fraud? \*o home's more prlX'vl con hi dear<<r be; My heart my lovisl ones till; Yet 'tis Ills hand thai leadeth me, 1 simply did His will. "Go preach my gospel son." .le cried! 1 Ml ah! woo is me, ! bm I preach .lesus eruclrl. il ou ragged * latvary. Pacific Stretched her sunny slope, And called a helping hand; I cried: O! God in Thee's my hope And hastened to her si rand. He save nic life, He jrave mc liuili. vnd many frtenda who \ ie With each, to gladden all my youth He'll crown me when I die. And when dark shades come o'er my soul. And cares press hard on me, I hear a voice beyond the goal, Say "Lo, l am with thee." We welcome you with hcavt and hand, r.rnve soldier of the cross; And pray that we all Storm may stand And never sutler loss. When thy life is ended, \inl thy duty's o'er: T...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 December 1873

VOLUME T. ' * tti Jurat! Is Published ev%t> morning except Monday, by Flit. ItEKALU I'ttl.VriNG tOIII'ANY. OKFII E Herald Nlenm Itooli nml Job O j|fWl lt P»g Haute, ,-pring street, opposite ihe TERMS: ivr annum, by mail or express „ |10 sk months ■• •• ti Throe moid hs '• " • :! Delivered by carriers, per week, '-'■") cents Advertisements inserted al liberal rates. EDUCATIONAL. ' From Los Ntetos. 4 LITTLB LAKK, Dist., | . Los Niteos, Nov. 21, / Editor HvA(\iM~/>r((i- Sir: In accepting your kind offer to the teach •th of Los' Angeles comity, I assumed tho task of contributing' something towards filling the space allotted us in your valuable paper. Judging from the position taken hy some ol* the teachers at the "Institute," 1 am in clined to believe our column will be read by few. A people whose children requiftslo ho driven to school by a law can feel but little interest in the cause of t ducation. Our school numbers but thirty one pupils. Their attendance has been most cxeel- ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 December 1873

... i | . TUESDAY, '.DEC. 2, 1873. The Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber in making a great ef fort to interest our citizens and to in duce them by subscriptions and in other ways, to assist their undertaking. The Chamber is the special guardian of the Interests of the district, a body whose aim is to diffuse through the east a knowledge of the advantages of of Southern California, and to protect and extend trade as far as possible. Asa body politic and corporate, the protests of the Chamber are of far greater weight than would be those of the same number of private citizens. It will shortly have offices and employees whose especial duty it will be to answer enquirers' letters, and increase the knowledge of the out side world regarding the southern dis trict by the broadcast distribution of pamphlets, newspapers and circulars. All this will cost money, and only per sons of the narrowest views will refuse to assist the officers ofthe Chamber of Commerce in their endeavors to in crease ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 December 1873

TIJESDA Y~. Z. IT 1873 CITY AND SUBURBS. The election was very quiet yes* tcrday. 'Harris oc Jacoby have just opened forty cases of Christmas goods. Mr. E. E. Hewitt's new residence will be finished about t he first of Feb ruary. Harris *fc Jacolty offer the whole of i heir stock at cost price. Now Is the lime to make bargains. At the depot yesterday were received (120 burs bullion, 21 pipes wine, 10 pun cheons of wine and 44 sac ks of ore. V. E. Potiet is agent for the Florence sewing machine. Its advantage are described at length in our advertising columns. F. Wilson has laken the old stand of (Ireen the barber opposite this office. He has also an establishment in the rear of the store for cleaning clothing. The impromptu race runners paid the penalty of their rashness yester day in Justice Gray's Court, two in the sums of $60, and one in the sum of $K>. At a meeting of the Board of Super visors yesterday, a road was on leivl to be viewed at San Joaquin. J. T. Gor don was appoi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 2 December 1873

> ItferMY......~.~~rrßFX\ 2, 187 S. For the HERALD. FOUND! U asked not much, hU soul; His heart wm near content; Wise or unwise be pent file «v ttt happy tales thai stoJo The delicate, love-Jealous sense, From his lax hold's denenco. Ah, mercy 'twas!—the light,- His last upon this earth,- A sunbeam 'mid the dearth uf joy, was the delight Of, to him, loving eyes, beloved, As grown into his life and proved. The spell is welded sure; Naught now but perfect thrust; Ne'er now may forked trust Of venomed light his soul endure; His heart is still without a wound; Now ponder wel 11 Hath he not found? What if in coming years, Da I>days and lowering skies, Born of a slow surmise, Had wrapt bin in dry tears * No stuble Are of dear accord, ' l.'Stttatdnjr duty for her lord. How near toe roads,— yet wide a life! How barren, leafless, gray! How drear the marchers stray! How long, oh Lord! gasps man, gasp* wife. In no blest union, hand in hand, Can either with the other stand. Oh I smile and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 December 1873

VOLUME I. ■SfjlßSfjgaßJßl 1 ... ti Published ev.>,j inornjt%except Monday. by Till: HERALD IMII.VMXG COMPANY. OFFICE Herald Steam lluok and lob frlii liar Manse, Spring street, opposite the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express -lo si\ months •• •• 8 Three mouths *• " ' 3 Delivered by carriers, per week 26 cents Advertisements Inserted at liberal rates. PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. The <Vbt of Nevada county is 59"», --240 77. The Yolo Democrat has commenced its seventh volume. Two inches of snow fell ut Kureka, Nevada, on the 24th instant. There are ,"00,000 gcmpe vines grow ing at tlie Old Mission, San Jose. Sacriste, Elliot & Co. have establish ed n branch house at Anaheim. Eugene l ity, Oregon, is having a University built at a cost of $75(008. Two hundred acres with tobacco will be planted this season in Tulare county. The motto of tho Santa Cruz grange is "Go slow and keep In the middle of the road." Alterations are being made in Stage and Express Companies office...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 December 1873

£oo $aflto Seratd. WEDENESDAY DEC. 3, 1873. GOLD IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY. The tan Gabriel Mining District Los Angeles county, famed far and wide for its orange groves and vine yards, its magnificent valley)*, and great agricultural resources, lias not received tbe credit for its mineral re sources to which it is entitled. That this neglect may be remedied, we have lately caused a thorough exam ination to be made of the mines of thiscoanty by a special reporter, with the intention of giving our mining in terests thy prominence they deserve, and herewith present the first result of his investigations, the field chosen being THE SAX OABBIEL MINIXO DISTRICT. The canon of the San Gabriel river, in which are located the principal gold mines of this section of the State, is in the Sierra Madre mountains, in the eastern part of the county. The mouth of the cafion is about twenty miles from Los Angeles, and the gold is found in the bed of the river, and in gravel beds along both sides of the c...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 December 1873

WEDNESDAY DXC. J, 1m CITY AND SUBURBS. The County Court was not in session yesterday. Three tea ins left yesterday. Two lor San Bernardino and one for Cerro t Jonlo. Eight car-loads of iron, and four car loads of lumber, came up yesterday from Wilmington. The case ot the people vs. Kelly et. ux., is set for hearing on Friday the sth inst. at 10 a. m. The steamer Mohongo will arrive nt '. this morning with 225 lons of freight, and passengers for Los Angeles. One Inebriate appeared before Ihe Mayor yesterday. Being out of funds Mr' Clancy kindly offered to board him. Four ear-loads of freight consisting of tm I lion, hides, can-fruit and met* ehandlse, were dispatched to Wilming ton yesterday. A remarkable Instance of rise in stocks is that of Best & Relcher. Two weeks ago they were quoted at 18, whilspyesterday they opened at Sl9. There are several parties In town in terested in their rise and fall. A runaway occurred yesterday on Alisp street, A span of horses ran fu riously uj)...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 3 December 1873

WEPNEBrJAV.r/........1)K('. lS7a. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. , (Trntß ajikangemkxt -v \. ,t s. p. n. it. JUrite- Depart. 4) 00 A. M. I' l 00 A. M. * 53 P. M. 3 4o P. M< Th* above to rule except on days ol s;wm erv arrival and departure, when train'- will rati to connect with steamers. STAGH LINKS. Arrive. Depart Telegraph Huge Line OKW p. x. 12:.T0 p. *. Coast Line Stages 0:00 p. m. 5:00 a. m. Han Bernardino Line 5:30 p. m. «::» a. m. San Diego Stage Line 4:00 p. m. 7:.'tt A. v. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eastern, San Eranelsco and .Northern-Tele xrtiph Stage Line--Arrive at 3:00 P. M.; close :it 11:45 M. letters intended for registry must be presented before 11 A. M. Coast Line—Stations hetween San Frnneisco and LOa Angeles, via Santa Barbara-Ar rive at 10:30 P.M.; closes at »:S0 P. M. San Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Caplstrano, etc.—Arrives :ii 4:00 P. M. closes at 7:00 A. M. , Southern Arisona-Tucson, Yuma, Arizona City, and Way Stations—Tri-Weekly Ser vice— Arrives Sunday, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 December 1873

VOLUME I. Is Published aveij morning except Monday, » fl in by THE HERALD I'UI.VITNO COMPANY, OFFICE—Herald Steam Book aud Job Printing House, Spring street, opposite tbe Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mail or express SlO Six months "" " 0 Three months '• " ■ il Delivered by carriers,.per week 25 cents Advertisements Inserted at llberul rates. PACIFIC COAST ITEMS. The Hibernians) have had a grand party in Sacramento. There has been a copioim rain-fall at Marysville. Han Andreas, Calaveras, is to have a town hall. The loss by the recent tire at Rocklin is about $200,000. California sends 1,000 bales of cotton to market this year. \Vheat was worth $1 a bushel at Sa lem on the 25th ult. A 2,000-ton ship is to load at Astoria with wheat for France. Borax springs have been discovered above Upper Lake, Lake county. Gov. Booth's headquarters are at the Capitol Hotel, Sacramento. Venison sells at five to eight cents a • pound in Helena, Montana Territory. The Arizona Miner in publishing ...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 December 1873

3Cos Irtgtte* Tuvalu. THURSDAY DEC. 4, 1873 Jupiter Pluvius. A plenteous harvest and v fruitful year! The rain, tho beautiful, benefi cent mm is falling, and the grangers great gathering will probably be held at Los Nietos to-day, under the kind ly auspices of their best friend, Jupi ter Pluvius. Yesterday afternoon about three o'clock, the second rain of the season began. Every indication is given that we may expect au abundant harvest throughout the whole of Southern California. To-days rain, should it continue, will spoil the pleasure of the .San Dicgans at the races {if the clouds extend so far), and will mar the out door festivities of the grangers; nevertheless, it is a joyous healthy fall, and the thirsty earth sucks it in and the dusty orange leaves lift up their heads and all nature iiroiuises shortly to rejoice in n lively garment of dewy green. A 0000 share ofthe news telegraphed us to Cuban affairs is sensational. There are two parties in New York and Washington constant...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 December 1873

THURSDAY,.!!...*.-.—B»Ci 4, 1873. CITY AND SUBURBS. Tho Excursion Train leaves at 9180 sharp. |t The Cloudy appearance is unfavora ble to the Harvest Feast. We note the arrival in Los Angeles of Chas. E. Huse, Esq., of Santa Bar bara. Four cars of iron, one of ties anil four of lumber fame tip to-day from San Pedro. Four teams left yesterday, two to San Bernardino for AL dt. Co. and L. Ja cobs; one to Lone Pine for R. L. P.; and one to Cerro Gordo. Tlie Cienega school closed on last Friday, to resume again in January, under the supervision of Mr. S. A. Waldron, who has been retained at an increased salary. Whilst the telegraph brings accounts of snow in San Francisco, a stormy day and blustering frosty weather, in Los Angeles we grumble because the ther mometer only registers SO degrees. There are one hundred and twenty two Granges in this State, of which, fifteen are in Los Angeles county. These Granges are distributed through out twenty-six, of the Hftv-one coun ties. Another Gran...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 4 December 1873

4, 1873. TRAVELLERS' GUIDE. WtNTFJI AIiP.AVOEM.ENT-1.. A. .t H. P. K. K. Arrive— Depart. 9 00 A. M. 10 00 A. M. .' 15 P. M. 3 lii P. M. The above to ruin except on Jays of steam cis* arrival aud deptirturc, w hen trains will run to connect With steamers. STAGE LINES. Arrive. liepart. Telegraph stage Line 3:ou p. a. 12:30 P. M. •oast Line Stages 9:00 p. *. o:0U A. M. San Bernanllno Llue 5:.» P. M. fl:3u a. St. Kuu Diego Stage Line 4:00 p. x. TWO a. M. POST-OFFICE DIRECTORY. Eastern, Snn Francisco and Northern—Tele graph Stage Line-Arrive nt 3:00 P. M.; close at 11:45 M. Letters intended lor reglsiry must be presented before 11 A. M. i oast Llnc-Htations between San Franclseo and Los Angeles, via Santa Itarbara-Ar rive at 10:30 P. M.; closes at 9:30 P. M. Nan Diego Line—San Diego, Anaheim, Galla tin, Capistrnno, etc.—Arrives at 4:00 P. M. closes at 7:00 A. it. southern Arizona—Tucson, Yuma. ArUona City, and Way Stations—Trt-Wcokly ««er vice—Arrives Sunday, Wednesday and Fri day at 4 P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 December 1873

VOLUME I. Ii Published even morning exrepl Monday, by Tift: HERALD PIM VITNU COMPANY, OFFICE—Harald Meaiu Book and lob Printing Mouse. Spring street, opjxwlte the Court House. TERMS: Per annum, by mall or express $10 MX months " " 6 Three months " " • I Delivered by carriers, per week 25 cents Atl<'esilsemi)nt.s Inserted at lllmml rates. Judge Thompson's Speech to the Grangers, at the Court-House in Los Angeles, on Thursday. December 4th. Patrontf Matron*, Ladies and Gen tlemen : Are there no dynamic antagonisms iv the inanimate world? Is perfect harmony the universal law? Do all the elements above, around and be neath us act in platonic unl.ty? The lightnings that rend the cloud and play fantastically on the mountain top leave death and desolation wherever they strike! The storm that sweeps along the earth in all the pomp and majesty of resistlelss power, levels forests and breaks up the waters of the great deep! The thundering of the volcano as it belches forth its molten lava,...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 December 1873

Cos Icratcl. FRIDAY DEC. 1873 Manufacturing in Southern Cali fornia. m rupiy to tne can lor tne esiannsn ment of madufac tures on this coast, it is constantly urged that the high price of labor, and the great cost of fuel for generating steam, will always make home manufacturing too expensive for profit; und we are constantly being reminded by eastern journals, that it will pay us better to buy our goods of them, and devote our attention to ag riculture and mining. Such counsels .•an only be the result of ignorance or Interest. Labor is high in California, and we hope it may always remain so; but that is no reason why we should ship our wool, hides, and other raw material to the Atlantic States or to Europe, and exchange them for manu factured goods, paying enormous freights both ways, and exhorbitant profits to manufacturers and middle men. Better pay high wages to our own laborers, and keep the money in t he country. The bugaboo of expensive jKiwer need deter no one from going int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Los Angeles daily herald. — 5 December 1873

FRIDAY, DEC."S, im. CITY AND SUBURBS. Letters at this office for L. F. John son. Auction sale at A. C. Shaw & Co's to-night. A ball and dramatic performance on Sunday at Turn Vereln Hall. A good mariy citizens of Los Ange les have gone to-San Diego to see it rain. The Grangers did not run the excur sion train as announced. It was too wet. 4J/ff\ A lecture by General McConnell hi aid of the Library Ftnid, is on the tapis. Five cars of steamer freight arrived here yesterday for their respective con signees. Twenty thousand dollars are now In circulation, which recently belonged to the railroad. We don't think the San Diego races amounted to |much. Cause—abun dance of water. The Express can't understand why oranges cost more In Los Angeles than in San Francisco. « Governor Downey is coming uj| a* a very strong candidate, «lncti^f)Wi"nor Haight has declined. At last dates over three inches of rain had fallen during the present storm. Everybody is happy. Dave Main says the fiddling t...

Publication Title: Los Angeles Daily Herald
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