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    • 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.
    • Real issue in city campaign

    • Democratic Party (Calif.); Mayors election; Political candidates; Owens River (Calif.) Water rights
    • Article from the Los Angeles Evening News dated 1906 October 22 reports on Lee C. Gates' acceptance of the Non-partisan nomination for mayor.
    • Lindley seeks mayor's chair

    • Nominations for office; Political elections; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Political candidates
    • Los Angeles Herald article dated 1906 October 4 reprints Dr. Lindley's letter announcing his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Mayor of Los Angeles.
    • Walter Parker the new boss

    • Politicians; Lobbyists; Southern Pacific Railroad Company; San Francisco (Calif.); Mayors election
    • Article from the 1907 January 24 edition of the Riverside Press reports on Walter Parker's arrival in San Francisco and discusses his involvement with the recent mayoral election in Los Angeles.
    • Gates a jar to faithful

    • Nominations for office; Political elections; Political candidates; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Los Angeles Times article dated 1906 October 15 discusses which candidate will secure the Republican endorsement for the mayoral nomination.
    • The issue

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates
    • Article from the 1909 December 3 edition of the Los Angeles Express discusses candidates in the upcoming mayoral election.
    • Dr. Lindley accepts

    • Nominations for office; Political elections; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- ); Owens River (Calif.) Water rights; Mayors election; Campaign speeches
    • Los Angeles Times article dated 1906 September 4 reports on Dr. Lindley's Republican nomination for mayoralty. The nomination letter and Dr. Lindley's acceptance speech are reprinted in full.
    • Important if true

    • Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Article from the 1906 December 26 edition of the Los Angeles Evening News reports that Don McGarvin will succeed Walter Parker as head of the Republican party for southern California.
    • The political watchtower

    • Local elections; Mayors election; Nominations for office; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Republican Party (U.S.: 1854- )
    • Column from the Los Angeles Times dated 1906 October 30 discusses whether Republican candidates in the municipal elections endorsed by the Non-partisan committee will attend the Republican convention.
    • Bullet causing Mrs. Hadley pain

    • Gunshot wounds; Wounds and injuries; Firearms; Bullets; Hospitals; Patients; Surgery
    • Article from the 1908 July 18 edition of the Los Angeles Examiner reports that Mrs. Guy Hadley is still suffering from gunshot wounds inflicted by her husband.
    • A principle in it

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates
    • Article from the 1906 November 17 edition of the Los Angeles Herald promotes non-partisanship in local politics and Lee C. Gates for mayor of Los Angeles.
    • 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.
    • On the same ticket

    • Mayors election; Political campaigns; Political candidates; Political cartoons; Los Angeles Times (Firm)
    • Article and cartoon clipped from the 1906 November 23 edition of the Los Angeles Express report on Walter Lindley's record as superintendent of construction at the Whittier Reform School and the Los Angeles Times' defense of it.

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