Corona Daily Independent (Newspaper) - March 20, 1914, Corona, California FOB - tonight and + + + 4 + 1 the Paper Be a Regular 35c a Press i a t i o n f + + + + + The Corona EXCEPT 35c per M OO per COPY 2 MAKCH 20, 1914. 16, No. 12 and Vol. 3, No. 67 SHOW INTEREST AND TAKE PART IN CALIFORNIA'S ORANGE DAY Sends War Preparations of Ulstermen Decided Great JOLLY OF WAN'S DISTRICT TO PLAY PART OF HOSTESS TO IMMENSE MEMBERSHIP OF CLUB WOMEN APRIL 28 TO MAY 2 March 20. Preparing for civil war threatened by Ulstermen over Home the government has dispatched two warships here and has heavily reinforced the garrisons near warlike preparations were made with the arrival of Sir Edward Carson the at is great excitement through EXHIBIT AT THE NUMBER SPECIMENS OF CALIFORNIA WILD FLOWERS AND 77 PHOTOS TO BE ON EXHIBITION BALLARD CAPTURED BY MEXICAN ESCAPES BY DIVING INTO RIO March 20Chas a was kidnaped by five Mexicans last night at The townspeople sent in a request for Texas work resulted in meeting as he was returning to this city after having escaped his captors in the Rio AT CANANEA March 20.Major prefect at Naco district is in jail here as the result of his demand last night for the of the Baco collector of customs ordered the arrest after leading a revolt A guard was placed on the telegraph wires to present their being is much excitement over the increasing dissention of Constitutionalist is in readiness for the wild flower exhibit to be given in the public library all day Tho city librarian assisted by Miss Clark's biology class of the high school is in charge of the The biology class went out after specimens yesterday afternoon and this afternoon and their trips resulted in a large number of of California wild flowers being gathered which will be classified and exhibited in the library of the flowers which vill lie tomorrow are two fine wild two kinds of blue eyed wild elder yerba wild common brodiaea and twining and a number of to the flowers which will be placed on the library seventy-seven photographs of that many different kinds of flowers and some in will be hung on the wall for This collection of was loaned by the Riverside Public library and incidentally is the same set which Miss Clark of the high school has used in her high school O'CLOCK DINNER GIVEN LAST NIGHT AT SCOVILLE HOME IN HONOR OF MRS. VALERIA six o'clock dinner was given last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles the occasion being the birthday of Mrs. Valeria were laid for fifteen persons and the menu was planned by the guests and was a complete surprise to the guest of honor The menu included roast pig and dressing with apple mashed pot sweet potatoes and coffee and a birthday cake with sixteen ( on were and M A. H. Larrabee and daughter Mrs. C. C. Mr and Mrs. A. B. Tuthill and daughters Dorothy and Frank and Mrs. Charles Scoville and daughters Cathryn and Irene and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. All enjoyed tho hospitality of the Scoville home and wished Mrs. Tuthill many happy of the PLEASANT EVENING WITH DR. AND MRS. southern which is to play the part of hostess to California Federation of Women's sends out a cordial invitation to the club women of the state to attend the annual convention to be held in to May 2, 19 14. is the first time that the southern district has had the honor of the state the club women of this section are putting forth every effort to make it a The local committee has the work well in Riverside has an ideal out-of-door so most of the social affairs will be in the the first day of the convention will be an informal reception in the Woman's club house on the corner of Eleventh and Main when all delegates and visiting club women will meet and get This is not a dress but ail are asked to come in street The more formal function will be on Wednesday evening at the Minion Inn when every woman is expected to be in her best tango day there will be something One day it will be a May a visit to Sherman the government school for a morning on Mt. made famous by the sunrise j Easter Besides APPOINTED MINISTER OF PARIS March 20.The gap in the cabinet caused y the of Manister was filled today by the appointment of Senator as minister of appeared before committee explain his alleged connection in efforts to block the prosecution of Henri who swindled Paris banks out of twenty said ho suggested the delay at the instance of Minister of Finance who declared that prosecution at particular time would have an effect in the country's FOR CORONA INDEPENDENT IN CONJUNCTION WITH LOCAL PACKING HOUSES WILL GIVE ORANGE TO EACH CALLER STATES BRYAN IN ROBINSON OF SO EXPRESSES HIMSELF LAST NIGHT AT J. THE ORIGINATOR OF numerous invitation affairs are and E. C. Reid were planned by the Riverside club and hostess last night to i women for their Every A. H. STEEL TELLS ABOUT THE OTHER SIDE OF March 20.O-Shaughenssy is thinking of resigning because Huerta will not permit the American embassy to receive AND THEN March 20. John killed his wife and two then flred his home and shot himself in the Financial cares are said to have caused a derangement of A. H. Steel takes exception to the statements made by Mrs. Blanche of Venice to The Independent yesterday concerning the alfalfa ranch just north of the depot which the Steel family leased from Mrs. Steel stated to The Independent today that the ranch since they leased it has been kept in just as gooff shapr as It was and further that Mrs. Sargent has exaggerated the amount paid in settlement by several hundred Further maintains that the squirrels and not their ate the eight acres of barley which Mrs. Sargent Tne Mrs. Steel is the weeds Mrs. Sargent told the Auction Bridge club at their commodious home on East Olive roast pig dinner was served at six and the was graced with all the the very well appointed and appetizing dinner auction bridge was enjoyed until a late and at the close of play Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Ross were holders of the high The prize was a beautiful hand made to enjoy Dr. and Mrs. Reid's hospitality were Mrs. G. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence and Mrs. L. L. Mr. and Mrs. M. and Mr. F. or would you rather now or when you are old and unable to earn Think it over and decide account with us will be of great assistance to you in saving more ANGELES MAY GET HOBO BROTHER OF KELLY OF SACRAMENTO SAYS HE WILL RAISE ARMY OF TWENTY riders through miles and miles of orange groves will be enjoyed between tlie regular sessions by all Riverside is the ' u i of the citrus as everyone The hotel accommodations sufficient for all may rates are At tlic Inn per day and up on At the other per day European There arc also good rooms to be had in and in private families as low as cents a The Young Christian association of Riverside has one of the best managed cafeterias on the on page 2.) + + + + + + + + + + + + + + a Corona orange should eat oranges The in co-operation with the Corona houses representing the local fruit has made It for each and every person in Corona to enjoy the eating of a large luscious orange the best fruit in the calling at the office line orange will be only restriction being that do not eat the fruit in the or scatter the peel on the sidewalk in front of the distribution will begin at one o'clock in the to Tile I t office and gel an ' + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Orange + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + CLASSIFY COMPETENTS AND DAY + + + + + + * + + + + + + + + + + March 20.--While leaders were up town trying to recruit their camp of 27 idlers at the hobo camp in the Los Angeles river bed were arrested as vagrants early The charge preferred against them police court was for disobeying orders tp When they heard of the Morris Rose and Frank who said he is a brother of Kelly of the Sacramento declared that they would raise an army of twenty thousand social revolutionists and make Los Angeles feed them as a measure of later was arrested and jailed a charge of and soliciting funds to ELECTED AND INTERESTING PROGRAM GIVEN TUESDAY BY UNION AT HOME OF li A1 the Indians in would be divided into two i separate rolls of and under a Representativ e of in. Tlie would the classification to a commission of t ii including two oi TENNESSEE 2h. robber blew open the of the First bank at northwest of bere with eleven thousand to effect his a march on ' H. Smith returned this morning from Hanford and where she has been for the past W. C. T. met at the home of Mrs. Corkhill Tuesday After the devotional were over reports of the year's work were read by the officers and The following officers were for the Mrs. Libbie Mrs. J. W. first vice Mrs. Margaret second vice Mrs. Odessa third vice MM E. H. fourth vice Mrs. Ed. Mrs. Mary recording and Mrs. Lucy corresponding being Mother's the mothers of different nations were studied as Paper on the mothers of Mrs. M. E. Hattie and Mrs. The program closed with a solo by Mrs. R. R. Delicious refreshments served followed by a social lie Idea will meet at home of 10, on South Main street Alarch 20. the administrations declaring Secretary Bryan was the originator of and predicting that the people will some day rejoice over the against and that would follow intervention in Senator T. of addressed and neighbors of Mr. Bryan at a dinner last night to celebrate the anniversary of the secretary's Robinson recited the history of Mexico from the days of asserting that conditions today are worse than ever and that Mexico has continually declined until today the country is divided with Muerta at the heail of one assumed government and Carranza and Villa attempting to reign supreme in was Madero was is malignant and Maximilian was Madero was is cruel and His is in his costs but thirty-five cents by buy rope to hang a leader of the rebel armies is not Carranza is like is like His sagacity and aggressiveness have made him the master and terror of northern Villa recognizes neither law nor 11 is striking characteristic is witli a capacity for military It is illustrated by his now famous hope to to eat the beef on page the ground or hiding it in some is sheer Every day you keep it there you are losing the interest it might be earning if deposited with Open an account and start your savings to earning You work for your your money work for Us Take Care of deposit box in the First National Bank affords absolute protection for your insurance small outlay in rent of one of our boxes may save thousands dollars to NATIONAL J. 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