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    • Mayors election; Democratic Party (Calif.); Political campaigns; Political candidates; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Article from an unknown source dated 1906 November reports on the Non-partisan committee's suggestion of a joint arbitration between the various parties involved in the mayoral election.
    • Gates answers his opponents

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates
    • Article from the 1906 November 15 edition of the Los Angeles Evening News discusses the Non-partisan committee's statement regarding an arbitration agreement between Lee C. Gates and Walter Lindley.
    • Charge is denied

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates
    • Article from an unknown source from 1906 November reports on charges of collusion made against the arbitration committee that attempted to decide which Republican candidate should withdraw from the mayoral race.
    • Scores times for broken promises

    • Mayors election; Chandler, Harry, 1864 - 1944; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Political candidates; Political campaigns
    • Article from an unknown source dated 1906 November 15 discusses Harry Chandler's withdrawal of support for Lee C. Gates' campaign.
    • Six candidates to explain why

    • Mayors election; Meetings; Political campaigns; Political candidates
    • Article from the 1906 November 20 edition of the Los Angeles Herald reports that all six of the mayoral candidates will be presenting their campaign platforms that evening.
    • The political watchtower

    • Mayors election; Local elections; Nominations for office; Political candidates; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Political column from the 1906 October 17 edition of the Los Angeles Times speculates on whether George A. Smith will pursue the Republican nomination for mayor.
    • Banquet send-off for Lindley

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Dinners and dining; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Article from the 1906 November 15 edition of the Los Angeles Express reports on the activities of a banquet held in Walter Lindley's honor.
    • Stimson makes reply

    • Mayors election; Political candidates
    • Article from the 1906 November 14 edition of the Los Angeles Evening News reprints a letter from a member of the Non-partisan Executive Committee regarding their choice of Lee C. Gates for mayoral candidate.
    • Committee demands proof of charges

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Political cartoons
    • Articles and cartoon from the 1906 November 26 edition of the Los Angeles Express report on the results of the Express' voter survey and the grand jury investigation into Walter Lindley's supervision of the construction of the Whittier reform...
    • The political watchtower

    • Southern Pacific Railroad Company; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Democratic Party (Calif.); Local elections; Mayors election; Nominations for office; Political candidates
    • Column in the 1906 October 7 edition of the Los Angeles Times reports on the probable Republican nominees for mayor as well as the Republican party's attitude toward non-partisan candidates.
    • Another lie nailed

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Los Angeles Times (Firm)
    • Article from the 1906 November 30 edition of the Los Angeles Herald records voters' statements regarding which candidate, Lee Gates or Walter Lindley, they will vote for.
    • Gates makes reply

    • Owens River (Calif.) Water rights; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Political candidates
    • Article from the 1906 November 15 Los Angeles Herald records Lee C. Gates' comments regarding events in his mayoral campaign.
    • Republican quits Lindley committee

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Los Angeles Times (Firm)
    • Article clipped from an unknown source reports that a worker with the Lindley campaign committee has resigned in order to work for Lee C. Gates' campaign.

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