Bakersfield Californian, February 23, 1911

Bakersfield Californian

February 23, 1911

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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - February 23, 1911, Bakersfield, California to PAGES PAET ONE i Tin* Weather Fair to* \ nitwit and Friday; light in»rt]» winds Vol XX IT HAK MKSI'! HLD. CALIFORNIA, TIU HSI) AV. KEMM'AUY ‘J-1. I MI. No. I i- Ml IS III BE MOVES HEBE Blows Struck on the Floor of House of Representative KET BSSHESTJrS": Bakersfield Will Be Headquarters fort,:1’— Impoi tant Branch of Business WASHINGTON. KH). 23.—Mr. transaction    of the business.    Wickerham, d*I*Rate in congree F. ii.    Hillman,    general manager    of j from Alaska, attacked Representatly* ut    for tills state,    and | Mon del I of Wyoming on the floor af tile general superin HUT HMH ISA IHE CID MARSHAL HUE BE =•“■* »*> ELECTED IT VOTERS ID APRIL are %i Bakersfield today, 1 Ito necessary arrangements chance. The establishment Tin et I has deci le I lo move its producing dcp.irtment from San Franei n to Baker: field, and this cit will shortly he he idqn Triers for I . : I tv."a a of the business of the* big oil rime ti The entire office wark Vs ill .i> done here and rooms are now Inina ti radiated for, No definite location has Inc n determined upon. hut v"va r I i Tor - are under conslderu-tion. !(t is said that not leas than ten room.-; .'ill in* re tin ii al for I be fondant, making for the of department j headquarters here means th*' bringing of a considerable office force to Bakersfield, and makes tills cit; th** center of a very intiic*-tant part of th*' Standard's business. When Mi Hillman was seen today he said it was true Th ■ company had determined to move its producing *1**-partment to this city. We want to come here and live with you,*’ said he, ‘and Bakersfield will I)** the headquarters for our department.” The change will go int*) effect ?h.,r* Iv as coon tis tile necessary quartern e n he found, and ai ran"'nu rn s ma Ie the house la'e today during the die* Cutshin of a hill for the leasing of coal lands in Alaska. After calling Mr. Mendel! a liar. Mr Wlckersham made a rush at him while lie wa4 seated and struck him several blows. UBEL CASE GOES OVER TO NEXT All protests this aft* moon, the <brucin To noqted to t he winners lee, in the pre * ac e o eing withdrawn late th** piiz* i. including Is trophy, wen* prolix’ i larry Oof* a lorte crowd in tile lobby of th** Southern Hot*'!. A ii Ie\on w is warmly congratulated by IM. comp* Titers of yesterday Wien h*< wa-* handed the ’levis in pi I* anti finn in gold certificates. Nat* < SI* 'non will * rn; rave tlx* winner's ti .1:0 Ie ie ti l iiu> trophy's designation, already ti.* it* upon it- poii-diee exterior. Dixon's .atnl the Cadillac's perform-itn* • was v nernush recognized bi ail «on* «»rned to hive been sujierli, anti no I >00 \ htyrudg* d what goes' link I.** might ha*o hail on tin* way. I!*' figures that his ti et tut I running time *>ii th*1 read, delays *-\c!;nle*i. was ti hours ami I" minute- Tho official tin*' t»l i hours and IO minutes, ainu ii iii Till-' ( \ I .I Ft DUN IA X ye. lei day. is. of (tau *-, w i muds at tin' record. Settling a Difference. Tcn» Mar-li’n I’ulhnun had tininh*'d s«-t t i *! in tin' lin ing, haying covered 1 he : 0 miles in \ hours, rtt* minutes. Ridley in liis queer Fe re was ! minute. lf* ><c nils In-bind him. on in*- ac til:.I cap el ha i . But. cross ing 1 a- Rn •. th*' Furman was being driven mu by Tom Mu rub, lint by Ids fl irt' Cushman, a change oui. alin is. atilt' under tin an improper liberty to take with I towns that had shown Bakersfield exceptional courtesy for tho holiday 1 event. Fresno did everything |mik-sihle to make th*' race a silt cass. Fresno linen paying flagmen them-I selves, and Tulare did much. Immense ! crowds of people witnessed the rare. mere in Fresno than in Bakersfield But it would be too much to expo, t all this to lie duplicated and speed oddinan* es violated w ithout pro-j test. Heavy Stakes on I (\ M ii lick man introduced I la/st; ref 0 local unto men an I .1 w as soon plain a large pius** could ii*' raised. K. It. Burge said he would wager i either Ifc’.n * r $.■**»«) on the White •st* 1 mer. Tom Marsh, who met with I i chapter of accidents yesterday, it king up nine nails in Ii is* fir*'*, w: tits another ’■ace in which the Full-limn muy show itself to better ail-•ar. tag**. It it .lin t c t hack to town this Bt-moon, bavng in iii*' iIh* dsiance 1 lei w> • n Bakersfield and Cr* stto it* affidavits; show illnecg of CLDERS WIFE AND CONTIN UANCE IS GRANTED. The trial of Fremont Older, edit! r if the Bulletin, accused of having ’i-boled Wm. S. Tevla, will not take place next week, nor until n**xt Nee vember. An affidavit was filed today by Mr. Older setting forth that hi* wife is very iii and that It would I) im|)OKaihle for hint to come to Bakersfield on the date set for the trial This affidavit was nupiioried by another from Dr. Ward of Sin Frau cisco, who is in attendance tin Mrs. Older. On tills showing en motion of Attorney Matt I Sullivan, tho trial wa* portponed until November It This is tho third time the case lias ‘men postponed. Judge Bennett had COV. JOHNSON SENDS MESSAGE TO LEGISLATURE WITH TAFT’S IMMIGRATION PLEDGE SACHA MENTO, Fe.* 23. Oov'rv.or .John* ti transmitted a thousand word message to the legislature this after-neon "ii the Japanese treaty, embracing all the telegraphic* entre.*-pendent ** between th** genet no- and the President and Ignited State* sen-ators. That from President Tait lr; "If treaty lg ratifier as pr«)poseti by m*. arrangements aud assurance* that have heretofore existed in re* cert to Japanese immigration will trot** certainly,secure existing statu than the old treaty, and you are at I.I»**ity in say so on my authority. .4 Sign.**' 1 "WILLIAM Ii. TAFT ” * I transmit this telegraphic cone-' 1 pondcnce of today to you." added th-* govern* r. "so that you may ie fully advised. The corresjiondence speaks for Itself and the assurance of the Piesident seem* to me definite and coiicdlusive .” SEE NO DANGER IN THE TREATY FACHA MENTO, Feb. 22.- The a>-» ti!.!', by a unanimous vol**, adopts*! ( tin* resolution introdmei liv Senator TONOPAH. Nev . Fell. 23 Fit * 1 men are Imprisoned in the Bel moi p mine by a file which broke out earl I today in the reserve timber stored ic th*. ol,i 1166 foot wince. It is belie, ♦*d that the men have reached a pl a* * of safety, as air pumped into Demine by <ompres»ors is being rapidly ct nsnmed. WANT RESTRICTION PLACES New Law Not Effective for 60 Days After Govenor Signs SACRAMENTO, Feb. 22. Toe Frelsker bill, making the orth t* of marshal in any fifth or sixth class city appointive instead of elective, will not be effective until sixty days after it is sigma! by th** governor. Nothing in the hill except* t ie in-* niuhcnts and (inventor Johnson is not sure whet he*' they w ill be effective or not. He says that is a point of law which must he dntermin* d. Th'' governor has not yet -tgned the bill. The citv election will occur oil \pril ii and a* th** new law vill not lie effective until sixty days. tie marshal will I*** chosen •<> the p od**. But ii the ait dove not except incumbent.. and the truster* at** r 'quired 10 appoint as st ion us the law is in operation, then the newly elected officer might l o*' hi* job within a few weeks. Rupp**'*' that the governor signs the hill by Marc!) 1 Then it would be in effect on Mu I t when it the law point involved wen* decided against the inetiml*ents h new marshal could b«‘ mime I CARPENTERS PROPOSE TO MAKE IT DIFFICULT TO DISPOSE OF STOLEN GOODS. For the purpose of weeding out “fences" and questionable places where stolen property may In* dls-p* st*d (»f Ute members of the (’arpen tors" local, ai ti largely attended meet-Big last night, appointed a commtt«*e to walt upon tile city trustee and ark them to enact an ordinance by watch all pa wit ships, *-ec< .midland shops and junk shops shall In* placed under-rigid restrict kins. Th** carpenters hive suffered so hi avily from tIi** loss of tool* that they have been Hired into doing sumo thing to strengthen the hands of th** police It is understood the San Jo quin Light and Power corporation, which has lost much copper through hiovos, will support the efforts of I- net! a venire fir seventy talesmen FumRnttt yesterday urging Congress til** carpenters. from whom a Jury was to lie chosen for its hearing on next Tuesday. The older was issued on Tuesday and Sheriff Baker lias been bus) notify lit.** the talesmen, lie will now have to inform them of til** continuance of % the case \ttnrtu 1 \\ I* 1:rd and 14 iv ■ en Irwin of lids city and John E Bennett of San Francisco are couu-* I f* 1 the plaintiff. Theodore Roach ,'f . an Francisco is one of the attor-!-.••>* for i'm* defense. IRON WORKS IS t ii re It wa *1 it Th* outs Hat, : his* Fierce frame, re: 1 st-ec’.d . a mu machinist, xviii; h was 1 lies in til Inciijiacitat It was p that pity si like lief or tit of driver being plain to all v Ti saw Mils} was pearly in a condition o * "Haps:*. II" was trcmblim . 1. I!** Ii id b« **n sick th** day Wlicih' r Bi 11" would hav* mad** up *hut minute and a quarter anti t*t second place if Cushman, ar ext cit driver, had not talon flu wheel from Marsh was the question Til*' mall* r v is thrashed out today by all concerned. Dr. Sabiehi. win bad entered th* Ford far. and Bet Brundage. I fit thai Ridley bai earner lien Brundage was, th! raw al 01 cr. wa-* I 'n* I ro ot a caus* \ other limn xx<ml«l n Blurt,I prize, an l ier A I.von Auto I i- Ii"!** Buick IV ndugc, lei » "lid ta me Is "Vt* r, perfectly satisfied with th* car'.- perfui’iuan e. and Ii*1 i t its arent I t■> ■    The di«c!T«gfon elide I p-cis ani Iv iii tin* bield s protest. Scotty Hansen. licit    nim st    anv have wok    Liv or.’* • on the Cha Sup .A Compar.. not vvi Islandia I * it .-bret’'.ag dc-; lav s. had * iv ie i ti* iii - m * ill B itour-’, I minutes. i t- In si of ft-elin: prevailed when lite prizes were disposed of and lh 1 rat*' « minitte** was again assured tim: ■ first great evqnt of the kind in Bakersfield Im vt Ii en a distinguish • ti SU. 1 ess. Sure Muff    Race    Again. 'notlier lur*' --cents imminent. A1 various curbstone nit tings of autumn-’ bile men today there was as much as $2»«'*» in sight at tim time. Cleorge Ila// lid. representing the Buick ii' teresls, caille    up    from    Isis    \u :*11• s’ to wager anywhere from $r.uu ti. $l."ain on Hie same Buick no that failed to make a showing yesterday. Ile was willing to stake his money on a race over yesterday's (nurse or on a race bet wen here and Delano, three times around, or a circular course about tim citv. provided ii distance of 2<W mibs could Im* obtained An objection to racing over yes-let day's course Is thaj it would be .chi a I running time 1 Arrow which smash* J timed to town ami tart. He waul* at*- I it i* m the s int.* (nurse, little Ford wan inspected today by many curious people. That two men could last out a Ain mile (-ours** and land a prize when in such cramped quartets as tnis lightning ling, made necessary curl- im d even ex in i it im cd driver- ( l RI.Rev ml ids pinner did the most remark-1 Bt!** work «if all contest intl*. Their) roubles V. *r«* many, but the Wor d was when their tit** Iron slipped from livid*' tilt* ga olin** tank, struck th*' vheel oral bv ii were thrown against a clank w itll such force us t i pimento i*, causing a large loss of ga.-. 'line NS lit! the leal, was disco ores till**- bound tubber lait.' around til** auk and sue* * tot® in I Ii is way The Ii avn ifternocn ti: or a race p An important auxiliary enterprisi will lie established at Fellows immediately by the Bakersfield Iren W( i ks. Adjoining the railroad tracks ihei® will be built a large machine shop, w hit ii w ill be run under the direction of Manager Ar t Ii ii 1 L* Ila I ut*, wh Will administer the a (Tai. a of ihe Japanese ambas-ad r gives every branch from his office in this city, to refuse assent to the Japanese treaty. Th-- resolution wa* submitted wi Ii tin* amendments sd* b’s 11 flit etl lu th** federal r* lalion* com m it It* of tile acmite. Tile federal relations »<*nmiK!ee of the assembly lepnrted favorably today a resolution bv Assemblyman Smith *d' Oakland, calling upon Boniness to pass more strict im in iglu* ti«.n la VV u. SACRAMENTO. Fe!. 22 Further a-.alalite that lh** interests »if Cal foini.* it!** not Jcopa rd ired by the nc v Japane-e treaty veer re. «*i\«-• in th* legislature enfin in ;» telegran ti in I lilted*-s S*-nator (leorg** C. Perkins. The telegram is addressed to Senator 1-eUoy Wright, (hair man of th** senate committee on fed • i,ii relations, unq is even more ex pii* It than th.* one s* ut last night by Senator Flint. The i**xt is as Rd law s: "Tho proposed Japan* -,* treaty contains PIM* ti* al!v th** ame provisions the pn sent <iti", • ii*- differen* e he >cu; in u»ir ...v,*,. iii,at it may Pe can (piled upon six month- notice The - < ret ary of state :n‘ mis us that I«"ti in plugging tin p*** pl** announce this th*", nav «* $ .*•♦» n , The new whop will have three de-trartments and will -.ive The Welter'. Midway fields. Strike Conr.mittee States Case. Toe pr* ss committee r«*;»resenting the strikers stilt*- their view of the situation Primarily th** utii rn 1110*1 will db-•ounteiianc* anv act * it viol* nee. Pick- TNT REVOLUTION Y133 CLAP DIA CORONA DIES AT LOCAL HOSPITAL Miss Cl india Ceroon, u*»*»*i 2b yea's Ii. *1 in 1 o< ;il hosnita! bis' night cf ter a lingering illness lie fused v.a-. 1 ntive of Ken coiirty rind is sur '■iv d I - Fire® s.stcr-- and four br th « r- Tiiev ate Mr- ,Mcre**des Ba dido. Mrs. Susie Castro, Mrs. Mac** I o’rv I. vis. .Pe M ike, liq and Too Corona, all of this city. The funeral wi I be belli Saturday. FLOATER GETS 10 DAYS Ham Copeland, who lins be* n ar lr-;*,I several times Ii the nnJice mi fionte*! out of the «itv by Judea Tli'ima-. wi, arr*-ted yester*!;*v p-Olfi* * r Clin Ii; He wa*. Ink r: ; . hoe Judge Thomas tie- mot: i* -. wh-i - *• fenced him to ten days on the *ity 1 haiti gang. ROSSE HOENSHELL WAS A FACTOR IN CAPTURE. Ros-** Ho* n-hell. a iiiuh si in Mil lad. a -.11 of Have H en heil, It develops v» ii on important factor in the capture of the two men who held up a s* ranger yesterday morning. Young H* enshcll followed the men for v* era! biod and reported the affair t« Foiiccm hi Oyster, who mad* tit* ar-rest. !s will I** establish works repro « ni inc * o vet! a*. I I ii*-' will . eatis to per. ta.ic tti* t to w* rh. MI of the men who *d at ach * irv I* the iron aion ir.* j*** ice! nl non-union men Mril e lu-nclii-ay s the in* ti ar < an will*-tait I aud * to t e commit |.s stat, 1 ort i i •on 1 as** fill re- •iiimiT- 1 that evcrsv as fol )g*»nr:tn« ** t tint their wtl he no irrimi* an ion «.f lat)«*rcrs into the Knit*- I States, :is they * annot leave without Japan* m* paxaports. lacking w hiih, it tv, I* r our laws, they may lie deport eh I think th** treaty will meet the approx al of our people when they un derstand its provision* ’* This con firms til** siand originally taken by Senator W ght, that th* t*- a tv wa* not a < a > <» tor « veil**-    __ ment. CHIHFAHCA. Mex Bch 22 Cm M'LAUGHLIN    IS NAMED    Humada is Ignnlizing Ills admit AS    LABOR    COMMISSIONER Batlon by reduction and In nome ca —--- es removal of oppressive faxes whirl id I that Clit Ii w IS four moid.ei ittiil the 1 a tot:*! lay. anti tit*- lecogniti.m 'lours as ;i day - work "We ii** not insi 1 tim in tic way oi a set-.•lits iii 1 * pm hour of $1.1*1 a Of eight the eight now VV** ** tilU'* to hour day become effective have offered to (-Mend ti October 1st, but Supvrin < nd* rn I; in** advise- u - that the recogniti-»n of an eight ii .ar day L not being con-ade!cd I*-, tie m:in:igcm**nt This is in violation ut an agr* men' signed ■vith the machinists and whhii is now in w a. ti* It was ii ),Fated that ’lo* hop wa* go **n an eight hour I,a1 - on January I and vv< liiius w< iff**r*a1 every’him; that was fair when we agreed to extend fhe time to October I. That agreement was be-tween the iron work?, and the lutein.. ti,mal Assonate*!* of Machinists." Meantime the strikers have meet "g !r»*|iicntly and are con arterin ■va: - and means to farther their 1 file of flu- controversy. S VCR AMENTO. I-not Johnson fodav s' ta ii to appoint its lab a John I*. M1 I si ugh Ii n *, rn In speaking of 1 til- governor said th. had been T> tided at \v ill in vn**f s to a*-ce; * and the appointment *■*11 g . 1 hrough tom lilt is a supervisor ii. • tov Johnson spoke • toda . as "ati hon***-' ti. mal integrity and lie has iieen conn*-Teams:* rn' Cnion of < w hi* h Bov Join 'i i " ill** legal conn-* I 22 - Cover-ted his inter. (omnilfudoner San Franei e appoint men’ M*-I,aughli.i «*xpr* * se,1 his the poult ion, mid undo HP-row Mcl.atig' ■^*11 Franej > 1 his appointee *11 of unqtt* s *at *ourag* t(*i| with I b<* an Francis' >, a was at one ONE Of ACCUSED ISI EEI GRAND MEN TAKES * m I CAVALRY GO OUT TO MEET THE INSURGENTS EL FASO Tex . F* -’3. The Mex ti Nut ion:. I freight train, consisting nu ll of t en I car- ha* not been lo -rd from, and it is believed lo a*,, it* en raptured bv Insurgei.i-T’no train left Juarez Tuesday. Fiep .nations were I*, ing 1 .ade in Juarez toda'- to sen*! '.co ravairy south in a train to mr*? tie- insurgent The cavalry r< turned only last ui^iF from (inada'nipe, cast of Juarez The trustees will be ashed lo issue • !icens*w to pawn, secondhand and. 'Turd, shops quarterly, so that toe prl* * vile"** of doing business may Im* de rued any one who I.- not obeying tile law Each shop shall k' ep a IIM of all artich's pawned <0 sold, with th** j names of the seller- A numbered slip shall be attached to each article offered for sal** in atty of the***-hopi, and no article can be sold vs ii Din tw *. weeks of its purchase by lh** shop* keeper Tim* shall be ti receipt book in which will be named all to-ank le bom.-bt In one transaction s*im th** seller shall    sign    his name    xii a:tides nuts’! I**    kept    in    sght, and    by iii- whole scheme it would be possi bl** to detect goods taken by taefi. •tad. its often happens, when mort than one robbery is convented in a sit!".le second-hand store tratisac th ii. it would be possible to tr>< e I tin* crimes. I Tile carpenters will ask that bt*o!o of paw reships shall b« open at all times to in -pod I ob    by    anyone,    but this probably will be objected to. b* eau-** it would    reveal    embarrassing conditions and work hardship In many care* But It Is admitted that the police should be furnished daily xx i; Ii a complete list of articles ptw ri *-*l and *>l I CHARl.CS J PRICE WITNESS FOR DEFENSE IN MOJAVE MUR DER CASE. Charles I I'ri***. one of the *1* ten dants fit th*- Collins murder ease, was pl :(*«'d on Hi*' witness stand Chs morn lug tu testify in behalf of I'M Clifford, Harry Downs and Frank McLaughlin who at** now tm trial for til*- crim* Ftp *! was arrested some limo cfi* I tho other defendant* were and In will ippear for trial atter ibis cm**- has teen il!*?*o*r*d of. Flite stated that lie knew Down* md Clifford bv -iglu only, not bl iny personally acquainted with til* in but taal Ii** had known McLaughlin Air -Ollie tim* Tin* witness tost Bled that lie Im*) been in Mojave but ti u, days previous to Hic lime oi tti*■ lino der, during ta*- otolith et February. -rid licit lie had become ' bud <• ain •iet’iri***! en February I to : ** to on* *. til*- aqueduct < (tips oil ll *- follow Jig HIU! Hill , I Itll ll* I .Ill bevil 1 mind tin Boons until I o’clock tin* next a* rn iou, had gone to his room lo! a short rest, after which h** went i » iii** Northern saloon to get br*- if a,-t and w.ol Im lh** train to the **iju* NEWSPAPERS MUST PUBLISH NOTHING UNTIL IT IS A MAT TER OF RECORD S VCR AM ESTO, Cf, 22 The . ii at*- today pas-cd a hill reported Cairn judiciary < iii iii 111< t. and championed by Senator Boynton, intended to make th*- s*-<i*m v of grand Jury pro reeding* inviolable Any report, r win* reports <>1 any editors who pull bsh * r allow to tq. published any pro, ceiling - or alleged pr«>* c**ding-* t i a grand jury wliieh ait1 not a mat t* r tit record Hal l® 1 , p ulteutiui ■ laipriaoiitmnt tor two yearn aud u tin** of ii 1 mole than $.‘umo. Cader tlo* i* the -.ame penalties could 1,** vis'ii-il upon the copy tender, proof .render, and perhaps ti)** lino!x*)*• «>p-orator, Hie provisions of th** hill run I Ding against "any i»**rs in whosoever • ii. u-vil or employed ill the pl lilting md |*nt)llsliing if tiny new spa I)*", I) -! r imIU-.iI, pamphlet or circular, *\h ) Itall knowingly permit <r as-< *    ',*. ii-, puhlk itlon oi at v iiilormatii," ,.-inn pet ted inform.'B ion alniut nnyth.n .; h,*• 111 or don. I,* f,ii*' a grand ,i.:t ■ w ill, it has not I*, e .me a pie b *• otil Ie* 1.Ii, al penult!** it|r prov!il< d b divulging Melt intormatiou i’OPE HARTFORD WON THE FREE '“OR ALL. ie* in I Tin* testimony of I'ri* Hon.van tor th** state ii aw lr til the w Bn* ss. ' «'. Attorney 11 "inpied I** , s Bo ri »d i*e hear most heavily on those (lassos lea-t abl*’ to bear them In the Fci nilir (official) is published a d ‘fee red in illy tile amount? which pep: *• ter- oi coaehfs iud to pay as Ii civ e from I*, amt J' p* r month to $2 minimum and H maMtnium, ami ah lis’ailiu |»«!S*,|ial Tax of r»«1 (ca'* which they had to pay monthly. This re Suction was Hi*, result of a pct It i* ii w hi* h til*' ember*', pi* • ii* ep t" the governor Ii" als** ordered th* removal of wa (* r meters, ;* measure popular wit a . ohsuin* is oi water, large .mil small THREE MILD ON S*F 0 R THE FORTIFICATION OF CANAL WASHINHTON, Eel). 2 1 Th * s ,1 •Irv (iv ll appropriation bill. *arryii;g a to'al of f I (o.Mm.o.ll including uTMt.noo for fortifying the Fat ama * * ital, was completed by the appropre* ii )i's commute*, today and inimed’-ately reported to th" house. i» is rut of $11 48b,3u3 from the eatimate^. Snit Francis*o guest? a* the Rou.'v e’li to*|:)v F J I! Mnnnin-r. P. II Hillrnan. C. Rttrge*?, f! JI Frank. F it Woes aer, A. (I Dor, ty and *    } Slack. (‘ii by the defense to assist in the es tihllxhment of an alibi as to tm-whereabouts *•:    .Mel.auglilin    on    taal night. Th** d*'|H,-iii ai of Julius, n. on** of the witness* s ut a former trial, wa, * id this morning Vttorneys liors' .v mil Si oft all* gel lilt the witll* .-olid not Im loci. I el at this tim* Frank McLaughlin, an "lier dei* : u ani, w:is called .up* ti I V Attorn*.' Donovan, hut Judge Rvuncft :1b*'1 That sn* ll a pi ii* iii iii'** was ior'.dioien I. Hi,* stat** * (institution. Attorney IHiim v, fur th** *l"f«-n--tat*' 1 at 2:2a *, * lo* k that lh*' 'J. fendant w ald i*-t their (as*' VV. H Smith and County Solve o Buffington wow w iii*- interlocutory Decree' Judge Benn* it of department 2 of •Ie Supermt Court this morning granted an nterlociBnrv <l<- r*1** of db vorce to VV 1 Thompson from M:> b**l Tbomp on and to Fr« -I It New it. ,ii In iii I1!.ulna Chai lotto Newman, ot Ii til ing . iv **n on the ck" • *>:<! * -t Ion C r rurrc r F. ct ' detuttrr. r v. > I * I w i' Ii *'. « •ounty clerk tod iv bv C *'han-lo: ''infield Midway (Til Cm- viny, * re * I ie liefenda’ilH in I la* ea?.* *,' I St ra *uti gc- vs. F I Wrntnpd!; ei<T «*! al Contempt of Court. An '-rd"!' Iii l>< on i ,**'d by Judge Bennett of «1®|> trum-ni two **f lh** Sn ''■tu Court *:* mandiiig Hint *;*,,r • XV in in sri: off appear in    bis    court    .    u r't-bruary 27 amt show    cause vs 11 y    i    < -bould not be lined for tu t litvii*. 'siid iii- former wife, Ber,ha VV min h'IT $‘a* p* r n, aith alimonv sine*-litiv 27 and $.‘<n attorney'? t* Win inghoff sued his wif"    for    a div*    t«•> Biont ,i year ago and    on    July Bulge B*-ii«i"ti grunted her a divorce witli alimony as given above. To Quiet Title. Tile case of IT.Blk ll Hi 111fll vs J ll New! en Con piny et al, is bein'! H ied I el* re Judge J. W. Mahon ta. I y The suit xx is insti ll:- # to qui. t the title to the oufhe’ist quarte.’ Of eel im Is. 11-22 Mike la I,rh Ii ; ti I ll, toy Cai I've!* Th* ii* *' for all rue * ut San L* an Fro lire vest* Idav aflerniHiti w 1- wa n •> Bert Dingle' driving n F pf liar* t'*u \ heating Mer?, la a Nntiouhl by lh*' narrow margin of t*• ii " ends ♦ • * REALTY BOA RO MEETING WILL BE HELD TONIGHT Adjourned 1 rom Tuesday evening *• ii in 1 mint of a conflict of dates, un i ii’ port;«ut Ducting of the Bakei - iie'd I * ah Heard will In* h* I | a th'* la ti rd ut Trade t one the '-v*i,ir IHE DEALERS SUSTAIN TUE MARSHAL Th" following affidavit made In 'lie secondhand deal** - , i this *.t> j- •• int**1 *’>t jii--t now: I'ei soimllv a tm a: <1 I f furr Ute ll,' 22*1 day oi Fehrnai .    11*11.    H<t” .rn, I, * Pal TI. M.'.., V Si! ,. ’el’,    lf    C,    I. a till V    Crewel’, * lh :    in •*    rn,Shard    go nix,    v> h? •.I* a f*    1    Ii I:    • R *'ep    es    and    iv 1 ! Ila J im    :    I , IU'    1 a' i ’ g * 1    la    Ilh 11. 1 th,, da ui th*' robbery Of Cap Buk*"-f'.-bt I * VV.a KS. .Marshal MeKatv v p-i e,j lily st<>le personally aud gav* me a full d1 s' rip!Iii *T all propu y -I !* a from th* ii *- w*»rl - HENRY COHN*. l. oori.D. .VI. RUDNECK. V SI I.VESTER. KERN FFRNITFRE CO. * ii. rj. Libby.) A. CROWELL Kl'RN*. STOKE. Sui'?: ribed aud sworn to la ore mc ib - L’-’d day of February*. BMI. A T LICHTNER. (Sell.)    Notniv    Futile. p’eaded guilty to the charge of having in their possession an outfit for e"U'Berfeiting Cnited Stales coins, bp* ti re Judge K. S. Mahon, sifting in de tiut’Tiv.cnt one ct the Rn -c nor Court this muir.iii-’, and wore plated on pro lath ii for three yea im. ;