Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - June 4, 1914, Bakersfield, California ONLY DAILY ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT DISPATCHES BY LEASED 39. NO. 51. BAKERSFIELD, JUNE 4, 1914. 5 His Word Depends Whether Diplomacy Will Settle Mexican TO WITHDRAW SUITS UNITED TO MAKE EXAMPLE OF RE V. CLARK IS FALLS Invited to Take Clark Made Every Forming New Provisional Confront His Accuser Without June 3.Mediation tonight waitt on General of Constitutionalist forcea In Upon his word depends whether the I entire Mexican problem would Talk settled by diplomacy or whether Constitutionalists will continue to fight their way to Mexico mediators in a dignified smoothed the path for Constitutionalist The United States wants the Constitutionalists to THE NOT SHOW Filing Complaint Against Sheriff For False apparent intention to make a horrible example of Rev. H. H. A rejection of the the pastor of the Christian may may eventually mean | who was arrested early yesterday the withdrawal by the Washington i morning and thrown into jail on an government of the moral support it charge of trespass at the has been extending to the instance of J. J. paled after The mediators and although who was night are hopefully confident that released on his own recognizance General Carranza will send envoys here and no obstacles will be HI First Hand Conditions Which He Is Crusading ATTITUDE FRIENDLY TO Into Jail On Request of Saloon Man Who Abused REV. H. H. came to Bakersfield from Fowler the last week in February to take charge of the Christian church at Sixteenth and I The trial was in progress about this time and the shocking conditions it brought to light made a the path of the Constitutionalists or by the Huerta is every disposition on the part of the mediators to treat the interests of I impression on me. I preached a ' h Hnv what makes such things spent of the day m an and joined with the other ministers in the splendid fight which on Page 10.) KEEP HINDU June 3.In view of the plans of the 375 Hindus aboard the Komagata Maru to return to it is likely that the immigration department will arrange to have a convoy for the ship to accompany her until she is well away from the Vancouver island The officials find it difficult to believe that the Komagata party really intend to give up their fight to enter Canada so and are inclined to watch the ship and her passengers with increasing Is out that it would be quite easy for the steamer to run into some bay on tlie west coast of Vancouver when she is outward and there her who could then separate and be back in Vancouver within a The steamer might then on I to be confronted by his charge was made against - F. for vice suppression and of Franc is J. j to be in the District not conviction office when Clark and his friends Buch condition should and was into service as the minister's He demanded that Deputy Leo brought into court to explain why he had put Clark into but the officer did not and late in the District Irwin phoned to Justice that no charge would be filed against the Farraher said that the officer had no right to take Clark into custody on a charge of trespass without a and he questioned whether a complaint of trespass could be substantiated against a man for stepping on a porch and knocking at a door when a light was shining from thp porch evening it was stated that would file a charge of trespass against Clark this On the other hand the filing of a complaint against Sheriff Baker for false imprisonment was freely discussed among Clark's evening at the on Page photograph from a collection of more than 100, Gordon C. cashier of the Oak Park branch of they Sacramento identified A. D. a prisoner in the county as being man who robbed the bank in daylight on March 7, getting in coin and June 3. talked to 599 people during the month of an average of 25 at each reports George H. to the board of by way of advising tham as to the results of maintaining the lecturer and at the Los Angeles chamber of by any home-loving Reports came to me constantly that notwithstanding the prosecution of the Marshal and the action of the grand prostitution was being openly and flagrantly carried right under the eyes of the While visiting some of my members on I was solicited by a woman who was lying on the ground in the yard on the southwest corner of Twenty-second and L Ocular I told her I was busy and passed ocular proof in X decided at the first opportunity to make a personal investigation of T was occupied with a meeting of our church board last night until 11 o'clock and not feeling I as is my custom when I can't to take a walk and concluded this would be a good time to make an investigation of the conditions of the and proceeded along L street towards the place where I had previously been accosted by the woman lying in the at the corner of Twenty-second and I was accosted by a colored who followed me several asking me for a I told her I had no she turned back and joined a man in the same yard where the woman was lying when accosted me two weeks all of which confirmed my that this was a house of Looked I then walked to the northwest corner of K and Twenty-second and observed this for the reason that when passing on a previous I had seen a man and woman conducting themselves in such a manner as to arouse my As I neared the I noticed a light in the corner which was extinguished as I and the curtain raised June 3,-The State Zi Board of Education today granted 124 on the Will Be Organized In Every WILL FORM PROTECTIVE Will Likely Take No Stand on Wet or Dry June 3,With the names of seven committeemen attached to a subscription petition for each for the starting of a fund to combat the proposed universal eight-hour labor law and plans of campaign mapped the committee of seven chosen yesterday by the California Fruit Growers Association to devise ways and means for educat ing the people to the danger of the j measure reported is the first in the ization of the Protective league of the district north of the skeleton of the present plan for action includes the a bureau in the hiring of a competent secretary to have charge of the affairs Of the Protective League and the formation of committees in each county to keep the danger of the proposed bills before until the election November 4, of or similar bodies will in each county of the Moie than a dozen petitions will be the remainder of the convention urging subscription to the funds so the campaign may be launched county horticultural desire the parcels post be open to a rigid as it now is the only chance which so far has not been placed under strict quarantine first it was believed that SON OF AND HIS WIFE WERE OF IRELAND'S Committee Report Resolution For Tribunal of VARDAMAN ATTACKS in 1893. He was in his illustrious father's company in 1900-04. He first toured with his wife in 1904-5. He wrote June 3.Selecting SAN June 3.Fank 45, superintendent and an unnamed miner was killed by asphyxiation at the Pacific quicksilver mine in Little sixty miles south of Baumeister's wife and several children live in June 3. Naval radiograms from Rear Admiral aboard the flagship West Virginia this afternoon stated that the passengers on the ill an Laurence fated Empress of Sydney Brodribb Irving was the sank in the St. Lawrence river with | second son of Henry great loss of were Laurence made his first appearance on son of the late Henry the famous and his Mr. will take some stand on Irving followed his famous prohibition but there a 8 tage career to be a among | England after an engagement in j works on the body members of the committee not His wife was Mabel I was to touch the committee of the association has continued its work until the next session in Riverside in acres is about the smallest farm suitable for a California according to Dean Thomas F. who continued his series of lectures to the prospective settler dean said a grain farm in this state should be of 200 acres or a farm for the growing of sugar beets or for dairying or about 60 and the fruit farm of 40 acres or average California farm now contains 317 acres and the average value is Stand Party Platform Is Sacred and Democrats Obey It. June 3.Just when a vote on the Panama Canal tolls exemption repeal seemed within a few the foreign delations committee complicated the situation today by a designed to lead lo the the dispute Vith Great Britain arbitration fcj an waB no of the but it will a Vote Is reached the repeal and ita appearance before tha Senate undoubtedly will lead to further far as administration leaders the President is opposed to arbitration unless the previously 1b It is believed by many Senators that without the President's approval no arbitration proposal can receive a the today Senator a vigorous opponent of made impassioned speech criticizing the position and attacking Senator one of the leaderB the opposite The Sutherland resolution provides for arbitration on the differences that have arisen between the United States and Great under the and in the matter of the payment of tolla be exacted of the Senate quickened Its pace today on the repeal and moat of the seven hours it was in in speech attracted much attention and part of it was heard by a of the He criticized President Wilson for failing to keep the pledges oft Page MEDIATORS NOW TO June 3. October 1 is mentioned as the date for the next county highway bond ' Norwegian ' suspicions A lew weeks ago the tomorrow for San were defeated by a small majority carrying a number of refugees It is planned to issued 1,500,000 bonds for a county highway that the United States postoffice department observe more stringent regulations to prevent the spread of horticultural pests through the mails will be presented to the California Fruit convention for adoption before the close of the June 3.How to deal with the growing menace of the militant suffragette agitation is The king has ceased his daily morning canter in Hyde park on account of the militant It is understood that the law a problem of tremendous j crown are action can be taken against a complete list of whom was seized the subscribers to the funds of the Women's Social and Political diplomas to grammar school teach ers throughout the Twenty-three life high school certificates you looking by I made no and and five were made when a window opened on to enter the health development de- Twenty-second street side and I of students in the schools ot the LONG BEACH DOCTOR IN MURDER mere cost to the community for police and other protection against threatened outrages is becoming enormous to say nothing of a complete list oF whom was seized damage at a recent raid on the kingsway elaborate precautions taken | it is suggested that if a for the Derby are being repeated for charge of criminal conspiracy can June 3.Informations changing C. D. Stewart and Skaggs with responsibility - condition of Delia a 16- \ ms Fred June 3.On the representations of District Attorney of Yolo who and Judge Hawkins Porterville were filed in the superior Skaggs and Stewart are married June 3.Inaugurating the Independent Mexican Steamship Company's new service between this Mazatlan and the steamer Captain will sail from San T lego June 10. The Homer will 50 passengers and a full cargo of general to Folsoni state prison for five is innocent of the crime of Governor Johnson will investigate the June 3.The trial of G. P. and C. P. father and charged with having used the mails to defraud in connection with the sale of banana lands near resulted today in a federal acquitting the elder and convicting the younger It is said they netted from their June 3.Family resulting from failure in are said to be the cause that led John R. a 39, to kill his Mary Ellen After Frank killed children murder Two June 3. Petitions carrying sufficient signatures to call a special election of the proposed bond issue for good roads in Tulare county were filed with the Supervisors the same voice say that you to which I made no but turned and walked back to see what it and the light was turned on in this room and a woman in her was holding back the curtain and looking but soon turned the light out in this room and turned it on in her own bed with both windows and curtains In a couple of minutes this light went and the light was turned on on the walked into the yard and knocked at the door When I got no I walked out onto Twenty-second street arid when in the middle of the Officer Homan appeared a half block from a dark He came up to file and asked me what I was I told him I was going He asked me who I I replied that I was pastor of the Christian which is opposite the on I and he Showed His am from the and showed his The woman then opened June 3.Mrs. Lena 29, and her daughters 6 years and 15 months were found dead in here tonight each with their throat They had been dead about an The say Mrs. Raab left a note written in German stating that she intended to kill her children and then commit Walter B. prominent physician of Long was taken into custody late tonight by the police pending an investigation into the death of Mrs. Lena Roob and her two small Roob was again approaching motherhood and in the not written by according to the she accused Dr. Hill of being responsible for her coming Ascot race Strong fences have been erected and a special water supply has been installed in case of since the adoption of the hunger and thirst strike has no longer any terrors and judicial proceedings have been rendered almost After a few days in prison the convicted women are out again planning and executing fresh Emiline Pankhurst now occupies a house overlooking Buckingham palace and the force of against these subscribers any person who has suffered damage would have the right of civil action against the subscribers jointly or severally for this it must be that the suffragettes have strong financial supporters in the highest of to the Daily the police have received information of a suffragette plot against the safety of Prince the King's third who is now at and Scotland Yard has sent special the palace grounds has been to Eton guard the of Geyser Not Volcanic June 3.The killing of Weston Burwell of this and a supposed to have also been an by Mexicans in the Tampico district about two weeeks was confirmed that Burwell was executed as a spy are being investigated by the governor of June 3.An acceptance was received today window and Governor Hiram W. Johnson to speak j him back June 3. Saturday night at the Homan is said to be the largest tion of the outdoor theatre just know these they are pole in the an Oregon fir 230jpleted on the banks of the San friends of feet and six feet in diameter j where a week of historical We walked over to the at the will be raised on the j is to be produced the last i who came out brandishing a big Pacific grounds It is the gift of Astoria June 3.J. a was found guilty tonight by a jury of the murder in which she laid on the floor I as she sat down on the i man asked me why I was June tal registration of Progressive voters j told him I was a and into June 1 from the 23 counties prostitution law sent their returns to Secretary and that a voice had called of State Jordan amounts to 52,823. me as I walked by this and M. A. proprietor of a. Republican registration is 123,-i wanted to see what it The cab and Scott's former The Democratic voters woman quickly said there was The jury recommended life Thirty-five more to be heard on Page TROUBLES IN WEST June 3. Forest Supervisor W. J. after an inspection on Lassen today reports that he finds a cavity about 100 feet in diameter with ashes about a foot He says the hole is about 100 feet from a frozen lake in which the ice is melting and the water running into one of the heated fissures on the mountain which up the ashes mud and out black not is thought another geyser is be- mud and formed similar to those at four miles where steam and water are being thrown nearly all the time and some mud forced up two or three It is probable the disturbance will continue until the ice of the little lake is The phenomenon is of geyser action and not M. C. a rancher in Big Meadows visited the spot and reports that the cavity Is enlarging and some are being forced up with June 3."Thlft seems a good time for a mediation commission to be appointed to mediate the differences of the at the Niagara Falls mediation Roberto confidential agent of the Mexican revolutionists declared are he declared to the idea of fair play of the American The original idea of the mediation conference was to settle tha differences between the Huerta government and the United States government over the arrest of some sailors and marines at With this the Constitutionalist party was in. hearty No marines or sailors or soldiers had been arrested in the two thirds of Mexico controlled by the Constitutionalists and we think as highly proper any mediation to prevent an armed conflict of two ly WAS BLANK 5 WIFE DON'T June 3.Demonstrating a keen interest in steps that are being taken to restore him to hia family and apparently rational once George E. for five months at a hospital as is awaiting word today from his wife in Wife June 3Mrs. whose George E. recovered his mental faculties yesterday in was found in Minneapolis this to her Bartholomew was dissatisfied with home and when he went away declared that one would ever hear from him BEGINS IN June 3, The work of choosing a jury for the trial of ten men charged with the W. Va. June and of the Rev. Otis L. shots were fired some of penetrating private I a Baptist of Des Cites have wired Governor Hatfield j was begun today in for A strike of miners against the West Side Criminal In the West Virginia and Pittsburg a lecture delivered here on the Company has been in over eight June 3.^-With about sixty cent of the returns from yesterday's state-wide primary elections indications that United States Senator i THE WEATHER U. Fletcher had received a SAN JOAQUIN ity of more than 10,000 votes overi j warmer light north N. C. April 4, when Rev. Sprgeon at tacked the morality of the Roman Catholic a small riot followed the The following night he was taken from his hotel and carried outside the city and after being roughly ROBBERS IN June 3.Robbers at blew the postoffice safe early today and escaped with The store in which the postoffice was was The men are believed to be those who robbed the Great Northern train at ten miles from Roxford May 14. ALFONSO AMERICAN i f June 3King Alfonso and Victoria will be guests at luncheon at the American embassy The guests include Kermit Roosevelt and the British and German prints an article on the approaching visit of Ex-President Roosevelt but it is of a disparaging LEAP INTO THE TRIAL June 3. Selection of a jury to decide the divorce suit of Mrs. Ernestine Schuman Heink the prima against her third William of began in Judge Sullivan's court here June 3. Five hemmed in by flames in a sash and door factory on the East side waterfront leaped into the Willamette Two were The loss to the factory is at partly covered by Clerk Miller's registration book shows for Kern 5850; Republicans 4386; 850; Socialists 1058; 199; decline ta 1221. .