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Jan. 10, 1908

January 10, 2008 |  6:23 am

A "widow" from the Azusa Street Revival evicts her husband and says the Lord will be a father to their children... (she's developed the "gift of tongues," which has "driven a score or more crazy in this city")... a dog that's the terror of Sonoratown... an angry patron at the Orpheum... and a spat with the Daughters of the Confederacy. Cut-rate railroad fares from Chicago to Los Angeles: $33 ($688.60 USD 2006).