Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - June 16, 1914, Bakersfield, California The paper in the home is worth a dozen on the The Morning Echo is a home ONLY DAILY The Local ASSOCIATED PRESS DAY AND NIGHT DISPATCHES BY LEASED report of all the sports on page 3 of The Morning Echo every seven days a 39. No. 63. JUNE 16, 1914. 5 GAVE ELEVEN ARE of Phenomenal Violence Rages Over French sidewalks Burst and Broken Water Mains Cause Will Call for Regular Army To Quell June 15. Washington today the possibility of ernor Stewart of Montana securing federal troops in case they ed President Wilson today asking June 15Eleven persons are believed to have been an unknown result of a rain storm of phenomenal violence which raged over for hours June 1G. A thunder storm of phenomenal violence raged over Paris for three hours It caused of life and enormous damage to rain flooded the streets and caused the bursting of In fashionable quarter of the a street caved engulfing several The number oft victims Is not owing to the danger of approaching the immense pits resulting from the collapse of sidewalks and The police the victims at seven at most serious cavein occurred at the junction of the Rue La A Bewer burst alongside When the storm was at its Ave hundred square feet of the roadway heaved up and carrying with It a number of persons who had taken shelter under the awning of a Water spurted from the broken mains and added to the torrents from the converted the district into a. veritable Gas wires and the electrical supply were broken Immediately quarter was immediately isolated and detachments of police were for a time nothing could be tQ the Firemen with powerful gas lamps and gangs of laborers began exploring the wrecked Meanwhile the occupants of two large in thi Botie were ordered out of the as It was feared the might be federal troops be held in ness to restore order in the event of further rioting in the Butte copper mine The President took no action pending further advices from the A conference with the Montana delegation in Congress was arranged for tomorrow at the White in his telegram to the said there are only 500 militiamen in and that he feared serious trouble was liable to result within the next few He explained that had resulted from conflicts between members of the Western Federation of Miners and the Industrial Workers of the Day at June 15. Governor S. V. Stewart took up now existing in the Butte lo cal Western Federation of to this effect came from and surprised most of those who heard because it followed a quiet The insurgent faction of the went to as did the without being as if to show their union and union driven to shelter in rioting Saturday remained under nearest available troops are at Port George Spokane and National Charles Moyer of the Western Federation of Miners telegraphed tonight that he was coming to in an effort to persuade the seceding miners to reconsider their action and come into the TRUST Angered Over the Made to Stop June 15.President Wilson came out today with a flat declaration despite what he characterized as a deliberate campaign by certain Interests to bring about an adjournment of Congress and postponement of the administration's trust legislation he would use every at his command to get the pending bills Senate at this nis the disclosed his belief that organized distribution of circular letters and telegrams among members of Congress and other public calling for an soon as he was of a halt in an increase in freight rates for the and a for was responsible for What he recently described as a support of that the White House made public copies of such letters and telegrams which have been brought in by friends of the One of the letters which fell into the hands of PASS II Owner to Ask Board to Close Northern Saloon of is Witnesses Will Northern Bar Should Be Closed Northern Bar at alleged by J. to be a resort of white slavers and one of the underworld stations for maintaining vice on the will be to a thorough review at the session of the this is a millionaire oil man and he up the in earnest to clear out such He will .io show that C. M. Morgan Frank Carrillo are notorious of the underworld ring and will bring fifteen or twenty with the intention to prove his contention that the well allow these men to longer conduct Pit It Up Jameson that the license of C. M. Morgan and Frank Carrillo as he will bring testimony that the license for the Northern Bar was secured by names of signers and for the securing of licenses being such that the board should Immediately revoke the Witnesses prove the alleged character a splendid run Morgan and Carrillo will also be thirteen members of the Los brought the Supervisors Los Angeles Riders Here and Are Poincare sent a number of his military household to the and troops were ordered to aid the police and firemen In their efforts at the same time a large tlon of the roadway In the Palace St. August in Suddenly a passing was Eve witnesses saw a woman's hand waving from the vehicle and the head of Motorcycle Club arrived here yesterday afternoon on their annual Sunset Ramble ' through the The tour is scheduled to take up fifteen days running time from June 14 to 28. The only delay yesterday was when the Ford provision wagon stripped a Arriving were met by a delegation of the Motorcycle Club anci up at the The riders making the trip W. Harry E. M. Charles Fuller H. A. F. A. Charles A. L. P. H. C. Leo R. M. Allen and Ray the riders had rid themselves of some of the dirt gathered over the mountain route they were for an automobile ride over the city and through the oil Last night they were banqueted at the Southern Several members of the Motorcycle Club aud their lady friends Makes Strong Appeal to Forbes for Troop Not Order To Muster Out Came From U. S. War WAR DOWN fact that women of the under world are as an adjunct of the place will be stated Jameson last F. a law partner of Francis J. will represent the protestants the hearing before the supervisors this He will amend the allegations of the J. W. and affirm that during past thirty days the Northern Bar has further been the scene of law evasion in the selling of liquor at hours Judge Peairs issued a permanent injunction against an alleged house of ill fame which was conducted by Lamar and Get Young in the employ of Jameson have reported that within the past few days a young girl who went to the West Side to work has been lured from honest ways Into the underworld at He says that such incidents from day to day have determined him to lend a helping hand in clearing Kern county of such places as the The local people at the witnesses who have w oro Mve D r BOUND June 15.Joaeph Fischier who fled last week with worth of diamonds from the safe of his was arraigned today in police court charged with Bail was set at ROAD TO June 15.Major superintendent of the were Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Frank Mr. and Mrs. | Thomas Jack A. M. Verna F. G. Ed Nick Van Gordon Earl This morning the June 15. prizefight game renewed its lease life in this city today when the Board off bright and early for Supervisors voted down ten then proceed to Camp where they will remain over committee in charge of the Ramble is F. A. Ray A. J. M. W. Kimball and Paul C. Charles Fuller Gates is Summer This Sunset Ramble is a a resolution to abolish the sport altogether in San HONOR June 15.Ward- en Smith hot on the trail officially notified Ranne and Martin the Merced Chamber of Commerce today two honor men who ran away the automobile road to the park the Folsom prison captured Merced will be opened June 17Al>air tonight at Buzzards mine in the torn conducted by the Los of Nigger RATE June 15The State Railroad it was has dismissed the application of the Gas and Electric Company and the San Joaquin and Company HOP June 15.In compliance with the of the State Board of Health that a sanitary in. spector be appointed to keep special watch on conditions on hop iv The application the supervisors today created the on the rates provided by the com- i sition county sanitary officer at j This year the Ramble goes up the mission in a recent hearing were club under plans originated by Paul J. C. the well known motorcycle racer and a pioneer of the The Ramble is not confined to members of the but is for all motorcycle riders who wish to take joy ride of two weeks in the most delightful to appear before the Su this morning to sustain the charges of Jameson are as Constable Fred Slaughter John Dr. Ed Tommy Swan H. P. F. M. B. E. Gould and E. W. U. S. WILL HAVE DRY PRESIDENT IN THE YEAR 1920 executive secretary of Governor In a received by L. E. Chenoweth last stated that the order mustering out troop A of was from the action of the War Department at General Forbes has been out of town today on guard I learn from office that order for mustering out of Troop A was the result of action by the War Department at Washington and that Forbes is absolutely without authority in the A of the National Guard will not be mustered out without a vigorous protest from the citizens and civic bodies of Friends of the troopers feel that a mistake has been made and yesterday a movement to secure a reconsideration of Adjutant order was Mayor W. V. Matlack sent a telegram to the adjutant general asking on behalf of the city of that a reconsideration of the mustering out be He also urged that it has always been understood here that the troop was in good shape and that if given opportunity any cause for criticism would be Messages in like vein were sent to General Forbes by The Echo and the civic bodies of the Should Wire The telegram from Marvin executive to Governor indicates that the War Department ordered the mustering out of Troop A and therefore it would be the proper thing to wire Secretary of War Daniels to the California representatives in the Senate and is stated on good authority that General was striving to keep Troop A on the muster but the recent war legislation has placed the company under the War Forbes also has made strenuous efforts to save Company L and thus far has succeeded in carrying that organization A was organized in the early winter of 1911. The lamented A. E. Morgan was its first commander was succeeded by Ca The other cavalry troops in the state are located at Los Angeles and Sacramento Union also corroborated the report that the muster out came from The Union said that Captain Robinson would be kept in the service until as the company's war were turned back to the Loyal to Local the business district expressions of confidence in the local troop could be heard It was urged that the civic bodies of the city should take the fight to sustain the and prominent citizens expressed surprise at the summary order of The young men who make up the membership of the troop are largely from the best families in the city and each of the troopers takes the dismissal as a matter that cannot well be accepted without a fight for a further opportunity to make Troop A may be mustered but it will not be without an effort to save the day and give the boys another Troop A has a lot of warm friends in Gen. Regrets McCowan last added light to the situation by stating that Adjutant General Forbes informed him on Wednesday of the action as to Troop A. Forbes was notified by the war department to muster out the company and he was informed all government aid had been government property in possession of Troop A The War Department refused to further recognize the Troop A as a military and McCowan said that G. Forbes expressed Forbes said he would do what he could to get the order but without a reversal of the order he had no alternative except to rder Troop A. The order came as the result of a visit here by a federal inspector who reported that but In Mexican Mediation Over Personnel of FOR PEACE BY NO MEANS S. Suggests Lascurain FoS Rebels From June 15. Officials of the Washington government had no hesitation in admitting tonight there is a crisis in the Mexican mediation conference at Niagara alls over the selection of men to resent the proposed provisional government to succeed the Huerta still seemed confident that presented would be and that hope for peace in Mexico was by no means came from Niagara Falls today that the South American mediators had replied to the recent from General chief of the Mexican stating this offer to send to the peace conference would be accepted only if he to cease Hostilities against the Huerta govern That Carranza would not consent to such a condition had asserted by had no result on the diplomatic situation in so far as the United States was It waa stated in the official quarters chat the United States had been proceeding in its dealings with the mediators at Niagara Falls on the baste that there could be no solution of the Mexican problem the warring factions could be brought to in Mexico in regard to few it pointed it plain that the Huerta government could not irrespective of and that there could be no provisional worthy of the name recognize the this as a it been 'the Washington government through Its representatives at Niagara the names of several men for provisional president of Mexico who would be acceptable to the revolutionary forces of the Among these waa Pedro who was a OTTO JOSLEN June 15.Dr. Otto C. a physician who came into notoriety through criminal charges brought against him in the Superior court died here after an operation for AT June 15.Three commissioners from China to the Panama Pacific Exposition and 50 Chinese artisans arrived here today by the liner China the salary of per aud i center of the state to then named Dr. W. J. Hanna of this city crosses to the coast by San Bautista and El Pajaro It then follows down El Camino Real from Santa Cruz to Los was at first planned to have 75 riders make the but hard times are said to have prevented Next year at least a hundred have signified their intention of going BRETHREN MEET June 15.The forty-ninth annual conference of the church of the United Brethren of Christ opened tonight in the United Brethren in Christ church Addresses of welcome were made by Harry G. Benton of this and responded to by the Rev. J. L. Parks of IS June 15. Although spend on its exhibit here of | the Colorado River gauge at Yuma which will be devoted to a today recorded a height of 28.9 permanent which the nation a drop of one tenth of an make a gift to the United SHIPS SAIL SAN June 15.Vice Admiral T. with his the Japanese cruiser and the cruiser sailed from San Francisco harbor today for Puget After a visit there the vessels will go to B. aud then return of the Volcano Lake levee Is re ported to have risen eight inches June 15v. Predictions that the next national campaign in the United States will be fought out on a and and that the year 1920 will see a nominee of the Prohibition party In the White were today by P. H. of chairman of the Prohibition in welcoming the delegates of the Prohibition WILSON AND LEADERS SOCIETY RETAINED IN the meeting last night of the Kern County Medical Society the actions of the other civic bodies of In regard to the lng out of Troop A were The society highly recommended Masons from five different lodges will be in in numbers today and tonight for the purpose of putting on the third degree Judge James D. of Mono grand and T. J. Baker of San grand will be in attendance this evening to assist in the degree The masters of the five lodges who will be here Dr. H. A. Frew L. R. M. Jonas Be Great Event in session will great event in local Masonry and Erwin W. Owen will preside over the banquet following the degree The address of welcome will be delivered by J. E. master of the The address of the evening will be made by Judge It is anticipated that 300 will be present to participate in the of which C. D. and Sawyer are in could be mustered for of the Madero The at the time he was j of General Huerta at the Lieutenants Klipstein and peace conference have not accepted who are in charge of the troop thus far any of these men and have ing the absence of their proposed in return men who have are seeking the cooperation of the I not been Identified with the men in an effort to keep the These names organization have not been acceptable so as can he learned In man whom the representatives have in reserve is General who has not been identified with He was prominent during the regime of former President but has not since been prominent in of the Huerta government in among them Charles a new York have asserted the Huerta representatives would not accept a Constitutionalist for the TOLLS June 15.Leaders among the Senate Democrats gathered at the White House tonight to talk with President Wilson about the legislation the President wants to go through before Congress The bills passed by the or legislation similar in a general are the only measures; RESUMES HEARING OP on the program to be Insisted DAMAGE President told the included the members of Judge Farmer resumed the steering and j lng yesterday in the suit of E. J. the chairman of the judiciary and Boust against Ben Sill and A. commerce that ery In which Boust asks for past two The flow through j past work of the Troop and while he joined with members of | damages for occupancy of land a shame that they should be so i Congress in anxiety for an early by him at Boust the famous Dr. Harry Sherman of he strongly felt that West Side adjoining the city Francisco president of the State bills should be passed of Originally Boust named other but a levee break is now estimated to be from a foot and a half to two feet in the OPEN TO June 15. ite National Park bills should be passed was present and gave | ing the present PHONE June 15.In a complaint against the rates charged j by the Southwestern Telephone of the city of Redlands asks the State Railroad Commission to prohibit the company's practice of requiring a deposit from its customers before installing telephone for automobiles next June 17. Machines may enter either Ify the or Big Oak Fat lengthy talk on medical The The meeting last night was the last bo that will be held until the have ISSUE OF DOES IN BELGIUM j ery put In his defense last all defendants with the of Sill and June 1.6.The London morning papers extend congratulations to President on the signing of the Panama tolisi exemption repeal Mail President has done a fine thing in the right We believe that the American people will see in his act another proof that they have the good fortune to be governed by a great under the large is a hard-won triumph for President who exposed himself to the charge of seeking to purchase British friendship by the sacrifice of American It is therefore necessary for Englishmen to pay a tribute of respect to the statesman who did not hesitate to risk his popularity and political in doing what he believed to be right and OP IS June 15.Ambassador Dagama of tonight made urgent representations to Secretary Bryan through the American delegates here to obtain the release of Luis the wealthy land for whom a big ransom has been and against whom threats of execution frequently have been directed by the The ambassador acted on the receipt of a telegram through the Huerta and Frederick W. promptly telephoned Secretary It was the first case of this kind which has been taken up through the June 15.A great j PREMIER VIVIANI did great damage PROGRAM In Brussels BOARD U. S. S. j persons were injured by I June 15.The ministerial June 15.'Near Ghent a railway employe statement of policy which Wireless to San June 1 killed by At will read tomorrow in was granted by the State 16.)Conditions in the besieged city | trains the signals having j Chamber of Deputies will declare road Commission today to the San j of Mazatlan are rapidly been disarranged by the storm and the three issue of Los Angeles and Salt Disease is making heavy many persons were a large and a determination to Railroad to issue of roads on the who have dreds of cattle have been govern with only a majority of been weakened by lack of | or PANAMA LOST June 15.Oregon's vast area of mountain forests still held secret tonight the fate of the balloon Whether Pilot Roy Donaldson and his Wilbur were alive or of those connected with ery effort has failed to solve since the balloon with three disappeared from here in a long ance race under the auspices of the Aero Club of was no doubt In the of those connected that the balloon by this time had the only question being whether the aeronauts had landed safely and whether they would be able to find their way back to WEATHER June 15. President Wilson today signed the Panama tolls exemption repeal as amended in the Senate and agreed to by the June 15. Weather Francisco and and cloudy fresh west Valley and California south of the light west Clara and San Joaquin light northwest As registered on the U. S. ment thermometer at the Santa Fe June 15, 1914: for June 16. rises 4:34 a. sets 7:26 p. rises a.