The Press: In Los Angeles

The ignorant, howl of a conceited puppy was heard on the Pacific Coast last week. The Los Angeles Times, anxious to inspire its readers, produced the following by way of an editorial:

California no longer needs to look to France or any other European country for "guidance in finance, in governmental affairs, in style, literature or art." In all these matters the West is now self-sufficient. . . .

"A change of Ministers in France is of less importance to the residents of Los Angeles than a change of grade on an important thoroughfare. We...

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