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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - May 6, 1914, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED WOODLAND CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY EVENING MAY tf 10M DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877 C LByrns and Wife Report M All Texans Are in Local Ministers Active at District Conferences QUARTERLY JEET1XG OF BAPTIST BOARD CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH CONVENTION AT OROVILLE Director Leander Turner Has not Rev C M Streeter of Woodland From San Anlonio Texas this morning returned Charles E wife Theyleft Woodland almost three weeks ago and arrived in Texas just at the time that the Mexican situation seemed most critical at the quarterly meeting of Been Absent from Conference in Nine Years Leander Turuey pastor of the Bap Taking District Represented Rev C M Streeter pastor ot the tist church in Woodland was in at Congregational church In Woodland they witnessed the marching out of the Texas militia for border patrol Every citizen we spoke to in Texas is eager toget a chance to fight thejmen attended from as far the board of managers of the Northern j California Baptist Convention which Oakland Tuesday Clergy Jiexcans Byrns said today north as ing Is bitter against Huerta and from ico In general Texas would like to and Fowler declare war immediately Byrns told of an incident he wlt and Fort Bragg as porteivnie in San Antonio when a Mexi can was pnmmeled within an Inch of his life for trampling dn an American flag grabbedfrom a vender He says that In Bl Paso a Mexican has but little opportunity of walking on the rame sidewalk with a citizen of the United States Mr and Mrs Byrns also witnessed an unusual floral festival In which nothing but artificial flowers were seen Rev Turney was reelected a di rector ot the board of managers a po sition he has held for the past nine years During hla lerm of office he has not missed a meeting He return id to Woodland Tuesday evening The next meeting will be held in San Francisco on Tuesday August 11 und the annual meeting will be held it ModestoIn November 3 In attendance at the annual con vention of Ihe Sacramento Valley As sociation of Congregational Churches which convened in Oroville Tuesday for a three days session There are about thirtyfive delegates present from various Congregational churches in this district which includes all Northern California and as far east as Reno The Sacramento Valley Association comprises the following churches Auburn Lincoln Oroville Sacramen lo Woodland Beckwilh Loomis Pal ermo San Andreas Reno Grass Valley Nevada City Paradise Rocklin Sierraville Last Minute SOME PITHY PARAGRAPHS Briefly Telling Local News Of the Day TWO STUDENTS SHARE HONORS The Lack of Detail Compensated for by the Scope and Sometimes Scoop EDUCATIONAL Edited by LUCY CARSON Preparatory to the Ground Breaking Exercises for California Building To attend the luncheon and recep tion given to the editors of Northern Jalifornia by the Sacramento Valley Exposition preparatory to a trip to Sun Francisco for the groundbreaking ceremonies tor the California omldtng at the exposition grounds Thursday afternoon Mrs S A Huston and Editor W F MIxbn and wife went to Sacramento today by H S Maddox of the county Exposition Committee Four thousand invitations have been Eonl out for the groundbreaking exer cises that make way for the buiUlfng representing the Golden State Of this number 100 are expect ed to come from the Sacramento val ley The exercises Thursday afternoon will begin with a review o the troops ill the Presidio after which the re mainder of the program will rlace on the site of the California building which Is conceded to be the most beautful spot on the exposition grounds commanding as it does the approach to the state and foreign na tions paVjilion section Governor Johnson will he the guest of honor at the exercises of the day FOR BENEFIT OF THE ILEX ohn Reith and Dixwell Pierce Lead An Operetta to Be Given fn Auditor Class of 1914 ium May 15 Dixwell Pierce and John Reith have To give the high school publication nst been announced as the honor i The Ilex a financial lift and to students of the class ot 1914 of the show the friends of the Institution the Woodland high school While Pierce I lalent that is present among the stu las maintained a better record during dents an operetta The Japanese his tour years of work Reith has ex1 Girl will be staged at the school aud in his senior year so that their itorium on the evening of Friday ouryear averages are very close to I May 15 WILL BE CALLED LAST IF AT ALL A Live Wires WASHINGTON Way Orders have gono from the War Department to Ooneral Ick Fuiistou authorizing him to extend his lines from Vova Cruz as far as in Ills judgment It is necessary This It was expected gives thoAmerican commander virtually a free hand In dealing with the situa tion at Vera Cruz John Foster Drops Dead Only Twentysix Days Alter Wedding ADntversary WASHINGTON May Mediation In the Mexican cri sis will proceed without repre sentation from the constitution alist forces in the torn republic The definite an nouncement was made today by one of the mediators who con ferred at the State Department with Secretary Bryan BOULDER Colo May The coroners jury today rer turned a verdict holding the strikers responsible for the death of Peter Stelnhoff Who died a few days ago aa a result of wounds received during the battle at Louisville Just twentysix days after he hail celebrated fifty years of happy mar ried life with a pleasant family gath ering John Foster a pioneer of ttiia county dropped dead at Berkeley Tuesday evening P T Foster of IMacka left this morning for the col lege town to lake charge of the funer al arrangements i Mr Foster came to this county ftotn I Illinois In 1867 Crossing over from revolution Sacramento by rowboat he settled In j Hungry Hollow county In western Here he lived until thirteen years ago when he moved to Berke ley Mr Foater was about 75 years of age On April 10 1864 deceased was mar Tied Six children were born to the couple of whom P T Foster lives In Blacks While a resident ot this county the dead man took a promi nent part In the affairs of his district and was known as a man of kindly nature and spotless integrity Vicing equal Reith has rolled up more Units of work that is to say credits than n y student who ever attended the nger3 The girls of the association high school While sixteen units only niuier the president Roma McGriff are reqnired for graduation Reith has marte a total of twentyone during his fouryear course There will he no preference shown the two speakers on night of commencement There will be no first speaker In the matter nf meril One of the boys will be the dlctorian SOCIRL Robert E Crane son of T J Crane rt one time a teacher In the Yolo county schools is one of the 109 stu dents of Sacramento high school who are to graduate next month P H Patriarche who is remember ed by the people of western Yolo as i promoter of gossamerlc mining ant land schemes has just been arrested inSbiL Francisco for failure to pay a inxlcab bill of Friday May 15 has been named bj the Carllon Club as the date Tor a get meeting of all of ttv clubmen of the organization A ban quet committee has been appointed U liiake arrangements for a best ever fctd High school students ot four year ago who were schoolmates of Miss Bvilo Baker of the class of 1912 evening ot Miss Grnu be interested to learn that she is amignter of Mr and Ars Herman ihiropractio physician in Reno Miss ail brewer of Sacramen Eaker left school here to go to Davi 0 lo preuericn j Reigcr of Salt Lake Iowa where she took a three OUy Tllc event 0 last year course and won her diploma j nc foilrtn wedding In the Grau fam Rathcr than interfere wllli the pro1 My in the last two years duction of the of St George j The ceremony was performed by uy the Woodland Oratorio Society oulHev Charles F Oehler of the German Saturday evening as well as a num Lutheran church at 9 oclock before ber of other events planned by local i i eople for the end of the week Henry Laugenoiir has consented to defer the opening of his new Airdome theater i ntil Monday evening May 11 The Electric Garage Company has received a carload of automobiles di rect from the factory at Detroit The consignment Is made up of two six cylinder and four fourcylinder ma Miss Oda Smith Is directing the re hearsals for the production In which there are forty principals and chorus re doing everything in their power to make the affair a social and finan cial success filntalorian and the other the vale Company F and Other Northern Com panies Unlikely to See Service in Mexico SABLE ISLAND Nova Seo lia May McDonald and thirteen members of the crew ot Ihe British steamer Columbian burned at sea were saved by the steamer Manhat tan A wireless dispatch to this effect was received from the Manhattan by the Marconi station today AS PEOPLE PEREGRINATE artial Record of Jonrnejings In and Out of Tom That Company F of Woodland nnd the other Northern California troops that were recently orderedto get ready to be called out at a minutes notice will be the last state organiza tions to be issued orders to report to Mic front Is the statement of Adju iantGeneral E A Forbes command ing the militia companies of Califor nia No call has yet been Issued by the federal government for state troops rays Forbes aivd I exiiect no such Drder unless there is an open declara tion of war and the United States de cides to make an Invasion of Mexico in that event the slate militia will be ordered out to patrol the border but the Northern California companies will be the last called out GRANDPA KNIGHT TAKES BOBBYJOJBE CIRCUS But the Conspicuousness Was Pain ful to a Modest Man and He Will Not Repeat Experiment A number of Woodland people at tended the wedding In Sacramento several hundred guests Two sisters of the btide Mrs Charles W Thomas and Mrs Henry Ellis were matrons of honor and her little niece Miss Jacqueline Keesllng of San Francisco was bridesmaid Little Frnncis Val entine Keesllng her nephew wns the hoy attendant and the best man was her brother Herman W Gran Mr and Mrs Relger will spend four or five months in European travel be fore settling In Salt Iake City bj in die Big Camiral chlnea The garage la rtwwing the first Saxon car ever In this city and Members of the Woodland Lodge of Moose were well pleased wllh Ihe at tendance at their carnival Tuesday night The concessions did a big business The lodgemen are already tbe new arrival U attracting a lot of RMured that the affair will net them attention among tbe motortota ja ttdy sum for their treasury MARSHAL SCOTT CLOSES OUT ILLEGAL GAMES Acting under orders from District At iorncy A G Bailey Marshal Peter Scott Tuesday night closed three pin wheel games conducted by the Camp I ell United Shows In two mlnntM tooth or pain of born or aeaM IB mlaatM hoarwiww hour mna JwelM two noun wan throat Betoetie OU ircb G E Whitney Candidate lor Sopenof Judge Another candidate for superior judge has come to the front In the lierson of G E Whitney at present city attorney The new aspirant was admitted to practice In the state courts In 1D01 He 1ms lived in Wood iand for the past nineteen years and tias a reputation for business iibility uid sound judgment For the past six years he has been ngagcd in the prarlire of law anil is willing that the question of his qualification for the office rest with the judgment of the members of the Yolo county bar CARD OF THANKS I am very grateful to everybody who iendered aid and gave sympathy rnnse of the death of my son Robert C Bellrlva and especially do I thank he OddFellows and Rebekabs MRS D 8 WIIAER It Grandpa Chris Knight ever had what is called a goat he parted company with this samo animal Tuesday evening when lie took his ilttlo grandson Bobby Browning lo the circus that Is exhibiting on the armory campus The lirsl stop made on the trip was at the cage of Ihe monkeys Here of course Bobby had lo shake hands with one of the Dar winian species Pathetically enough the little animal was of an affectionate nature and re fused to let go of its newly found friend Finally the monkey was Induced to release his hold through Ihe offer of some appetizing peanuts and Chris led the march to tlio merrygoround All went well until the first ride when Bobby let out a wall and demand ed Ihat the thing stop and let him off He was not accustomed to the lionnclng up and down of the horses which he called broncho busting When the chagrined conductor had stopped his train and lei his unwilling pnssciiKer off grand father and grandson beat it away from the show grounds to get far away from the gavo of the curious crowd Chris vows that he will never take anyone to a circus again A W POX TAILOR Personalities Limited in Nature tat Read by Almost Every body Mrs R J Gibson went to Sacra uento today Mrs W W Nelson waa a capltal ound passenger this morning R Ballard of Berkeley was an ar Tuesday evening W McCarty ot San Francisco is la own today on business Karl ODenney of Etna Mills was a visitor In Woodland Tuesday evening G R Griffith was an arrival Tues day evening from Lodi P Ryberg of San Frahcslco visited filends here Tuesday evening Annette Maddox returned Tuesday veiling from Berkeley where she has tisl finished her first year course in tne University ot California Maxwell came up from nerkeley by the allelectric route Tuesday afternoon He Is now a full Hedged university sophomore Attorney H Huston returned Tuesday evening from Yiilia City where ho has been engaged for a few days on legal business Eugene laugcnonr was an arrival Tuesday evening Iron Berkeley where lie is a student al the state unlver sity Mrs Holier Ouks came over from Sairanioiito today and is visiting Mrs Beverly Coil ilis II Wooliey cnme up from San crancisci this morning She reports i hat Mi Woolleys health Is some what tin provid Kennett and Manrterson Evans sons of Mr and Mrs C F Evans came up from Berkeley Tuesday evening after a successful years work at the stata university BORIV Woodland May 6 1914 to the wife of P C Dane a daughter If you havent the time to regularly Regulcts will pre vent constipation Thrjr mild easy healthful ot without Ask or them   

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