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Bakersfield Courier (Newspaper) - March 24, 1928, Bakersfield, California Daily thought writ la vision n4 a mtg it Plain upon Camic hath May run that a Al the it a Hahn Kukuk 2.2. O Flat amp non flt re a Tutt r f fit / h�4 by 1 a it a Mim m. Bakersfield courier and Bak Gutsfield weather report Sacramento Santa Clara and san Joaquin valleys Cloudy and mild with showers gentle variable winds. Bakersfield temp. Max. 76 min. Is. Vol. 1, no. 5�?204 Bakersfield California saturday March 24, 1928 10 pages jurors break dam Wall with Light taps do Ilant. Their blows on end of ruin show its weakness Coroner leads inquest panel Over scenes of disaster to i get close up evidence no sign of tie into Side of Canyon while Concrete abutments Are absent mid Section i found to have held Mew Vitril i r is ,i h in l i los anon Lek March 23. The Quot cold fyn of official inquiry Borl it Irik an Aith War to Ali Quot St. In Inrig dam duh Sikut of March 13, today look d Down from the 1ii1ihici<-h and up from Han Canyon at the arc Ukai ii of tin uru euro that took a toll of More than 400 in loud and missing when it gave Way. Load by Coroner Frank Narun and d by b Kal or technical adviser. The jury holding an in ill my rum dip bodies of do an a Cli i a of Only , journeyed to the ruin of the great Reservoir to Quot see tor crumbling Wall found tin jurors round that in re la link Midi Wall of iii Zanvon. Len. Slih in bios ii end of tin o 1111 i crushed read lev Undi i 111 i w made Willi Small a i in i f i Thev also found Din there was no iii i it of i n excavation into Dilt i will in which dip Concrete dim was declare re by Soine witnesses in fori Ilii Coroner to jury in have been a i tin terrific Rii i of water of it geared toll Ive sheared die Rill u off a lean leaving not ii Trace of the dam s Rii Iiri l i limit in it i existing for examination by tic jurors. Tui tilt iii Ipi Alliv of the Concrete mid a it cot Ion left by the Liri us it was Dos a Lormil to tin juror who Noli d that tones and Rooks bound in tin mix had Lini ii broken cleanly in two testifying to tin trip of he Cement about Fhi re. Contractors take action tin jurors turned Here Latt today. Nil hearing Waw held today and none will 1m> held again until monday when the taking of evidence in the uni us will in resumed Here. Lilli tin inquiry it i i Tho dead continued organization for Aid to the living nil their devastated Homes and farms in tin Santa Clara Silver Valley was completed. Tin Assoc la i in general contractors of Dos Angeles received a Ion from Angeles City Council which on Lii liitle of Thrity has assumed i Oriel responsibility for Thi disaster i Quot Tarl Manilay on rehabilitation of i n Sll Nii i of i it d ranches and or. Hards. Work without profit i la contractors who Quot muted dint ii v would take no profit on tin Woik i to offer to i i air Cadi rancher s if i will sign an agreement that la amount Rei ii lie l to rehabilitate ills property will he Deil i Ted from ills Elam a Allyl t tile City. The new will work out of four bases and in ten units until All the land is cleared. It was estimated the a quoth would require no Days. All debris will he cleaned up Trees and land washed away 1 in die flood restored. Or. Khz vol Mead director of the l noted Stales reclamation service who Lias Lieen loaned to the Elty to Aid in the invest in at Ion of the St. I Quot Radii is dam s Bollap in. Today asked and ree Elved Perl ills iou Ilum the a ily Counell to hrs ii in Kay Tuond 1-. Waller Ellof Ell Elneer of the service to help in die in California end m Kyll Ilni i rink Isaar Wil re san Francisco March 23.�? the time for filing presidential nominations in California expired today and voters of the state will ballot a n five a Piranti to the White House at the Prev denial primaries May 1. Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover is the Only candidate for the Republican nomination. The democrats will have Sena tor Thimas j. A a Ash of Montana governor Alfred Smith of new York and senator James a. Reed of Missouri on the ticket. Tho prohibition party filed the nomination of Daniel a. Poling of Ohio. Nye resents criticism of Teapot probe mrs. W. Voorhies Hurt in crash at Palm Springs up by sold l earthquake rate declares governor Smith s j letter replying to attack j gives enemies Comfort j declares Trail to \ \ re followed to end with one shoulder dislocated her Mouth Cut and possible internal injuries mrs. W. Voor Hies prominent Bakersfield Matron now lies at the Home of mrs. Benjamin Ferris in los Angeles following an automobile Accident near Palm Springs at 3 p. M., thursday. Or. Voorhies left at noon yesterday or his wife s bedside and later a Telephone message As to her condition was received by friends Here from the daughter Virginia who is in the South. Mrs. Voorhies As state vice president of the California con Gress of mothers and p. T. Associations had concluded a series of conferences at p. T. A. Meetings with a visit to Al Centro and was returning to los Angeles at the time of the Accident. Her woman companion suffered a broken leg. A Ray pictures will be taken today to determine the extent of mrs. Voorhies injuries. Mrs. Andrew Hancock of the Bakersfield Council of p. T. A. Was to have accompanied mrs. Voorhies on an official visit to Corcoran april 21, but it is feared that the trip now will have to be postponed. To investors four apartment houses and an office building Are included committee resumes inquiry of Continental trading co. With new witness University gifts legion Post will Good prices Given for paying units Mannori april Prias wire tv7ashingt0n, March 23.�? Porter Villi Bankers at c. C. A. Meeting declare they Are absurd nothing in history of die people Here or in keel Oleal expert Erie just Kies die imposition of excessive Earth Maue Lumini in e in linkers Bleul or in san Joaquin Valley titles is a e i 11 11 ii. F. Can of l Porterville prominent banking official in a Brief talk yesterday at a Nice Tinor of dul Ivi i of Merciai a Socia Tion 111 this a ily. A Quot Nie earthquake i Sura Nei rates in i i now Are entirely unfair and 11 i i Radii Loiis requirement in a /.on1 notoriously free from a Lieh dangers Quot said the hanker. The question a As d i n -11 s be d at a regional Mee 1 of die California. Development a i Olia t Ion held in Fresno this week said the visitor and an Effort will lie made to have the re Lui Remen t s of loan comp angles As to earthquake insurance in this area adjusted in die future. A Tilty of do by Ili i i Tain Redue Loiis uni Nettee headed to Quot mid nth to of Arlo make i Sui City was Toni Slippery pavements eau Serl he the Rains of yesterday were response he Quot for two t Raffi in Wheeli in Nien received injuries. Tiro of the Neri were seriously Hurt. I Wood and Alex Silipe. Inv Lii Frolli los Angeles to Luke tie ore., received pal Ofui ends and it Nimon Aii tit the free and head alien the automobile old led and turned Over in die wet pavement Quot a Miles saudi of link Ersfeld i the la Ildau state 11 a i a a near i Grapevine. Take i to the l a Teri Beliey l Ile eight Meli i 11 j 111 ii i i a skidded Arni i Rashed in Ai Quot 5 tavern of Lille. Wel e lumbers of Delphia. L Dolored giants i Umi Lili Liet e to play their i i 11 tree an it i . Mar h 2 1.�?that Tait Lyle Ohleh Ould Sun i it of i a theory that a dynamite blast reeked the St. I Laneis lain Luid been Uii i ered. Sas tin statement t Mitt of l in i / i iii i Hurrl they Wen 1 Hospital Ali in to it l Ilion ave the i i Ila baseball train t to a me series. Harold Morris was the most seriously injured passenger in die automobile. Lie received a frae111 red hip and painful cuts about the free. Ilent be Adams suffered a deep Nash in one i k and several ribs Are probably frn tured Aero dim to attaches Quot of the a Piersfield Kmen Quot Ney . Either passengers in the ear who received iii rat cuts and bruises but a it the Quot Hospital after receiving Eneiken n treatment vere Jesse Hubbard Frank Warfield. Lesse Walker o Neal i Ullein. Lie Llly Maguey and Quot i Rich Quot 1 soviet has new anti War plan governor Alfred e. Smith of new York was accused today by chairman Nye of the Senate Teapot dome committee with seeking Quot to undermine Public Confidence in the fairness and impartiality of the committee in the midst of its in the North Dakota Republican s j declaration was made in a letter a replying to one by the new York governor who charged him wit i Quot in j famous insinuations Quot Iloma Kopie. Islander Quot and Quot reckless Quot and Quot Outra Reous conduit Quot because lie had stated on the Senate floor in response to an inquiry that he had inform t Ion a that Harry f. Sinclair had control Guterl i to Smith s Campaign fund years Aio. Senator Nye declared Llinat by writing his Quot unwarranted Letier Quot Oiiver nor Smith had Fiven Quot Aid and Comfort i to every scoundrel whose infamy has j been exposed Quot in Dili Long Oil invest j Kation and added that lie. Did no Quot propose to i deterred in the per j Mormance if Niy official duty by Lampe or criticism of my work from you or i anyone j tie chairman s letter was made Public while die Oil committee was seeking further Trace of the Laberto Bond Pio Lils of die i Continental trend a int company at a Public session Illuv Irik which Merrill Quot. Baldwin former Jiri vate Secre Inry to Sincl air was questioned. He testified he had no information about those Bonds but explained Larold Kenwell cashier in Sinclair s private office in now York had handled All of Sinclair s personal securities for years. A subpoena for Kenwell was issued and he is expected to to on hand when the inquiry is resumed tomorrow with Albert 1. of i Lii Risku former chairman of the shipping Board who has been summoned to Tell about his contributions to the 1 Republican party Earp Alan Che St i since 1 ii o. J Ken Wool is required to bring with him the records Baldwin said lie bad i kept on All securities which passed in Lor out of Sinclair s safety Deposit Box. J from these records the committee a Hopes to obtain Trace of additional Continental Trad unit company Bonds which passed into Sinclair s posses Sion after die now celebrated Oil Leal was consummated late in lfi21.aside from this Lead for the Rani Ilal Dwin furnished few fact not previously developed. Lie did disclose that will ii. Hays former chair charter Day marked by dual ceremonies at los Angeles and Berkeley campuses vote slackers a a it intensive Effort to be made to secure registration of qualified voters / 1 / iy.1.1 i Ril h Iri j Rier Kesky. Calif., March 23.�? charter Day exercises marking the sixtieth anniversary of the granting of a charter to the University of California were celebrated simultaneously today on the campuses of the institution in i is Angeles and Berkeley. Vincent. Massey Canadian minister to the t noted states was the principal speaker at the exercises held Here while Robert Sproul vice president of die University spoke at Angeles. Massey was presented with a honorary decree of 1aawhile mrs. Julian Miller Dorsey superintendent of Public schools in Angeles tames Franck professor of physics of the University of Ilot Tianren. And William Morton Wheeler professor of entomology of Harvard University also were recipients of the Honor. The speaker was introduced by president w. W. Campbell of the University who announced iritts to the school total Lilly $0,000,001. Guests of Honor at the exec sea included governor c. C. Young Quot Charles j. Ave More first Studut to Register at the University and George c. Jujj wort Lyl the third student to enrol. Breck Moran senior student of the University pleaded for Tho Freedom of youth. Quot the exuberant up lilt of youth should not be too closely Eon fined by those whose age and caper i Ireneo have made them sceptics and conservatives Quot he said Loran s appearance marked the first time a student appeared on a charter Day program. Substantial structures in parcels changing hands in last few Day excess parking tag Means Fine failure to appear promptly in court upon receipt of traffic Tao for violation of the one hour parking Law will be expensive according to an edict handed Down yesterday by police judge John Frye. The judge said Quot there Are Many people in the City of Bakersfield who do not realize that the one hour parking limit is a Law and will to enforced by the police. There Are also any number of automobile Drivers in the City who think that traffic tags Given for violations of this Law Are things to be ignored. Quot prompt appearance in court will Call for a Fine of $1, if the Motorist is found guilty of violating the parking ordinance. Delay in appearing in court after having received the summons will mean a Fine of greater judge Frye said that since the parking ordinance became operative Here there has been an average of 90 motorists each week before him for its results i \ Storia Luif a new Yoke. of a a i h i re Mair am re Uisu t is Kra no a ii Plum w v t. Ami Firulli satiny 1 met Quot Ina 11 n. Of new Wmk a a to a foul in the fifth mum Ltd t he Foa Luro ton i Imi Iki match at Madison set Tail a Allrn tonight. was Rtiz Minli Ihms with on 1 j sr.-,.mis of Tho t of ill to to Quot a Lini a 1� it Hook tin Invar or. Iliou wooh Maith a. l i Ros a a l 0�-Pouml Philadelphia Soult Liju a a won rather Litu Isi Voly Troni Lark Kopty up Ian Delos hoax it weight Quot trial Horn Quot in a Leti round bout Here tonight. It Way the i h i Lauri Hlun s fun i t appearance in tills my a lion saut <1ty. March 2 l a a uts my Init revs. Los Angeles i Eathor weight. Defeat d a Eore iii Vei s. No fit Cut if la it a anodes m i he teat Are it in no build l ont of a i Mug Vaud i e a a a died by the a Rue Rua n i a it a Liei e out Flat the w a it slow t Phrouk i out in it i h a n ii Foley of Vii mum t win a tto a Iund Al Tomou Oser Hud Taylor of Terre halite Lud. World a Lai Itai Welk to Ehu input a. In Tom head Lnu Roi a Boxill Png mra in. At the Arena tonight. Taylor s title a not Ai n Kun a n a 1 St m a re h King Tut m Intima Lis la How i lit won an a Dight round de upon r i a so in of l a i it u i in a s a m Han t in ifs to it it mgt it of the h. No Fth program at flu Sluice armory urn if lit i Assor Eutril of in err a in Nova. Mar. H in. A new plan for the disarmament of the nations of la it world. The original russian proposals for Complete immediate disarmament having been Reed \ v tin prepare t Ory commit 11 e e for a disarmament conference Maxim i it v Ino i soviet v ice com to Issa r for foreign affairs this Hgt Voul Ltd Lay proposals before the delegates. I her. Was an overwhelm ii major it against the disarmament proposals As first enunciated by m 1 it Vii off i Raf Liers will Ami it w a supposed that that would j p end the soviet the present hut t he he of of the russian Dele at Ion opium his Surprise of new proposals probably in pitied. 1 continued i Parte Tiro Bandit loses on bluffing husband i . Mar Ali 23.�?insteador the $-10011 Ilo Mainrod by Holdup mini i Throat of killing the wife of l aul Quot Waynor a Quot Ai n r Lirou Milit a Tiolu i ii Ian. Tow Licilda up Man a in Bravo ills name in l id hair v. Failed to rare it out his threat Anil i Imti ail or rendered to Thi Effii or. Hairic it a Girdini to Tho polio. Said to had Plannie ii the Holdup in detail. Making an appointment with we nor to buy a True Lailey i Row Liis Pla i Tel when the t in were alone in Wap-111 a r s enrage and Oril ered him Quot to nut and tet me Al inn or i la shoot your when Quot Wasper Anil the officer returned. Lailey thrust mrs. Warner in front of him and Aii Aln threatened to kill her. He tossed Down ills pistol however when the policeman Drew his 1, in. Capital officials a Igor Intuit i Jrsn Len surf we Raj Wasiqi botox March 23.�?colonel Charles a. 1-Ilmlbei Kli spent another Day piloting Washington Foffi Cialdoni through the air. He stopped an hour for i Inch hut spent half of his Timo inspect Ink and flying another ship at the naval air station at the other Side of boiling Field. The list of passengers included miss Alice Travis daughter of the Secretary of War senators Nye of North Dakota Oddie Nevada in master and Xor Heok South Dakota about thirty representatives and a Numier of government officials. The remainder of the nearly 210 carried today was made up of the members families these including mrs. I Lii lip a swing wife of the California representative. And their daughter Margaret and mrs. Marry Engleh right wife of the California member and their daughter. Officials of the Frank s. Reynolds Post to. 26, american legion have announced that the Post s americanization committee is planning to put Forth an intensive Effort during the next few Days to secure the registration of All qualified voters of Kern county in time for the May primaries. I Ost officers have said that Kern county has done better this year in securing a Large registration list there still remain Many men and women who for some reason have not registered. They say that a particular slump in registration has been noticed during the past three or four weeks. Replying to a recent inquiry. Phil Dodson commander of the California department of the american . Said Quot the american Tes Ion does lint participate in partisan politics but. It does take an Active part in practical this activity in practical politics Post officers say. Includes the securing of registrations among the qualified voters of the county. Definite action that would Aid in the a establishment of an emergency Hospital in this City was denied yesterday at a meeting of committees representing Frank s. Reynolds Post american Tje Gion Kern county medical Lassoir Laton and the City Council. The meeting was held in the office of City manager James Ogden. According to or. Ogden members of the committees discussed the plan of establishing a Hospital Here in detail and adjourned to meet in the near future. Before this next meeting according to or. Ogden the legion and medical association committees will appear before the Kern county supervisors and request their advice and assistance. According to or. Ogden the plan As outlined by the committeemen yesterday will require a 24-hour Hospital service necessitating the. Service of it least three nurses. Doctors would not. Be permanently attached to the Hospital but would be on Call for duty. The matter of whether or not a separate ambulance would be required wan not discussed at the session yesterday or. Ogden said. In five real estate deals in Bakersfield City property sales involving More than $200,000 in value have been completed week by Nichols and Nichols local realtors it was announced yesterday by Howard Nichols. The sales include four apartment houses and the former californian building on i Street it was stated and show a Strong Tren d towards investment in income producing properties in this City. The Cresoda apartments purchased a few Days ago by the real estate firm was resold to it. If. Shultz local capitalist and for an approximate consideration of $05,000. This property located at the Corner of California and i streets comprises fourteen apartments of Brick and stucco construction. Another big Deal Wop the Sale of the Collins apartments by Teselle and c. W. Robinson to mrs. Carrie Mur Lier former owner of the smart apartments in this City. The property comprises 12 apartments located at 2012 nineteenth Street and was valued at approximately $50,0 10. This Structure is of Brick construction and close in to the business Section of the City. On North i Street the Hoff apartments comprising 13 apartments of Frame construction at the Twenty eighth and i streets intersections was sold for or. And mrs. Carl 1\ Hoff of Terre haute Indiana to will ii. Jones and wife of this City. The property was valued at $7,0,000. The Porter apartments Twenty second and i Streels comprising four Flats valued at $20,000, were sold to John e. Linger. A. Ii. Porter of Fresno was the former owner. Tho californian building a two Story Brick Structure at 11125 and 1h27 i Street was sold to Arthur k. Crites and w. B. Itoh for the Kern Valley electric company. The building is occupied by tenants including the Kern Valley electric company former owner Charles de Spenza owner of the Charles cafe and the Phillips school of music operated by Albert e. Phillips. It has a frontage of 42 feet on 1 Street and a depth of 107 feet. 49,900 people in City Trade area of local retail stores Industrial Survey figures released by c. C. A. Give facts City population is set at 31,012 diversified farming wins support in outlying area aiding Prosperity population of 49,900 i seeding began March 15 in Many centers acreage greatly increased seeks Nonsuit in damage Case key system claims operating deficit press to tier Wiki own calif., March 23. A a Nonsuit in the $15.000 damage suit brought by Sam ii. Held so called Quot Alimony Martyr Quot against John Thomas Foreman of Clenn county s 1ii2fi Orand jury As the result of an j insanity charge lodged by Thomas was asked by the defense today. The request was being argued when court adjourned tonight. Thomas scored a Point today when j the court dismissed one cause of act ton seeking $5000 for alleged libel j the Nonsuit was asked on the Sec and count charging malicious pros ecu i ton. Expect arrest planting of the 1d2s Kern county Cotton crop is Well under Way and in i their do Catsoris Point to the seeding of from 45,000 to 50,000 acres in the county according to Harold Pomeroy. Manager of the pure seed department of the county farm Bureau. The seeding of Cotton started on March 15 in Many centers in this county where Tho soil is Sandy. On heavier soils in the Kern Juke and the Lutto Millow sections the planting has been delayed until warmer weather lie stated. In Arvin Shafter and Anasco areas with warmer soils there great activity in seeding operations Anil within a few Days operations in All farm centers will be. Under Way on a Broad scale. The Cotton acreage was 28,000 last year. More than Soo tons of pure seed of the Acala. Variety grown under special supervision has been sold by the farm Bureau organization stated manager Pomeroy. About 80 per cent of the planting in the county this year will be of Cotton seed bred under Tho pure seed plan operated by tie farm Bureau it wan said. In Sonio districts there will be a reduction in Cotton acreage planned earlier in the season because of a Lack of sufficient water for irrigation stated Poni Eroy but in most districts there will be a Large increase in plantings compared with 1927, in Tho District there is a heavy increase in the Cotton acre age Lio said county Farmers Are using Cotton rotation or diversified crop. In Bakersfield retail trading area in. 1928, compared with 33,800 in 1920, is shown in a preliminary Industrial Survey released yesterday at a meeting of the directors of the civic commercial association in a report by Secretary Harrison Elliott As to the rapid advances in this City. Within the incorporated limits the population on january 1, 1928, was 31,012 compared with 1s.g2s in 1020, states the report. The report is based on exact data supplied by service corporations and others it was said and May be verified. Farmers sold on variety Quot the Farmers of Kern county non sold upon the plan of diversified production Quot said tie Secretary Quot and in activities of the past five years i ave made great advances in which there has been a Well balanced devel Oppenl Quot this has helped to assure uniform Success in the farm centers and Alao to stabilize Industrial growth of the cily Quot he commented. Quot our manufacturing plants Are in Crea iii i As is shown by Tho fact that we had 87 plants in 1027 compared with 73 in 1010. The number of a ago earners in these plants increased to 150 1 compared with 1178 in 1019. Annual wages were $1,010,900 compared with $1,005,000 and the value of the manufactured products last year was $6,450,000 compared with $5,699,000 in 1010,&Quot states Tho report. Building figures a building permits totalled $1,994,491 Bank clearings $66,020,147 and postal receipts $161,121.00 in 1027, compared with $840,457, $40,623,272 and $111,987 respectively in 1010. Elementary school enrolment was 5327 inst year compared with 3s24 in 1010. Electric plumbing and sign permits issued last year not included in above building permits totalled $200,000. Properly values for assessment in 1028, estimated $32,000,000 compare cd with $15,151.005 for valuations in the City in 1010. Quot on March 1, 102s, there were 7500 wired Homes in the service connection and throughout the of the electric company and during t peach canners convention on of Xor Strtt to l in ferry san Francisco March 23.�?the key system transit company today reported to the state Railroad com 1 Mission a deficit of $65,670 from current operations for january compared with $21.6 1 for january 1027. After labor condition better Sacramento March 23. A. A Seth h. Brown chief of the division of state employment agencies declared today that labor conditions in the state Are slightly better this month than last. Krown stopped apprehension or an unidentified person named yesterday in a secret indictment returned by the Kern county Crand jury in expected today. While the utmost secrecy on the part of court officials and deputies in he sheriffs office is guarding Tho identity of the person named in the indictment it is rumoured that an arrest is expected today and that startling Dis closures will be made at that time. At a late hour last night Deputy sheriffs said that As far As they knew no action had been taken on the indictment a which is believed to been forwarded to the sheriff s office late yesterday afternoon. While officials maintained a strict silence regarding the Crand jury s action and the identity of Tho person named it was intimated that Tho arrest will probably be made today. Profit and loss adjustments tie deficit Here on his monthly tour of state pm for january 102s, amounted to $71,515. 1 ploy ment offices. U. S. Agents seize brewing equipment intr a a ves / a a to sax Khan Claro. Murilli two no Quot Muhl 40but to in l it it Jui pm my t a i the Lipior. Toiv sri a Hibi in it a a nth Thuv. My the . In Ltd s. N in a a a Harny a it of Al Phi motion i i to i Gay Htut Lai to a Quot j Al n. Was list a Fli Lulu hmm it it .1 Towia Tili press 7>risini wire j Sacramento Marcia 2iv�?r.ov or nor c. It. will attorn a Molt mind Quot of Tho it Alifornia can frs Ica Tuv in san a Tom Orr a Whon 1 to Clisi uss Tho in rom twin h situation. Tho Rhion Ono Outino was in Imlay Hartor Day Ono irises of Tho l in varsity of it Alifornia. To it it Movw after won c,.>wrnor a nut it will a11. Ini a Montai Hysie Tio a info Rondo Atton Dod he Vather Robert k of los and vol a room Bor of Tho Stato a a Al fair Board. Sum Lay Tho Polo rim will a dross j Tho san Joso forum Ami i Moncla total rain fall Light for March to Quot i a. The i let 2. A 1 of Licer brewing Oil by Federal pro warehouse Bere w i c arrested in i it the City Pri Vii lat iii then it. The Brewi by. Liti to be one of led in Sil Kraii in after .111 agent Sinelli in the in dior. Sen. A n slated to. Attend 1 conference Callo state director i Francisco. Narcotics by 1-. E. Jen j institutions in i i rails report revenues san i Ltan i a Sci i. March it. A. I an in it Revenue u $i.7st, for 102 7 was reported to the state Railroad Cosimi Avjon to Ilay by the Southern Sierr i it Power company whip h per a in kit i Vule. San Hernard in lie. 1 i Ley Anil Unity. I m Quot it i t i up. A o u in 5i i. I m ill iii Wini i net Quot per tint in a nuo off my a4. Mrs. C. C. Julian is i dec la red a Tiona l a t Turi Attl it i a is iriv i is am ., March Yio it Ltd Parkin a in itt Bor of Ihor it Muty lunacy Quot in . T nil a following a n Ora Puma t in of mrs. Mary Olin Julian. A v of c. C. Tihan Oil and no nine pro motor. Do. Zarod Hor to b. Quot Absil Nerly Sano and rational with no it Tho Slit Host indication of insanity Quot mrs. Julian taken to Tho psycho Pathi Ward of How it Noral Hospital a v a a it ult a it an innit v Nopia in t so in to Quot by hoi h usha and u a to h rat thai j she i t hold in to Ras a to Hospital. Late bulletins f.4sorinfit f Russ based Wurr new York March 23.�?hubert work Secretary of Tho Interior declared today that Secretary of Commerce Hoover now has enough possible votes in the Republican National convention to obtain his nomination on the first ballot. Secretary work s statement placing him on record As a supporter of his Cabinet colleague was contained in a Telegram to William h. Hill chairman of the new York state Hoover for president committee. He is tie first Cabinet member to Register publicly his Choice for the nomination. Train fall Irik steadily though not heavily yesterday alter 1 p. Registered of of an Inch by s o clock last night Accord Linin to the Kern county i and company s Pua a. Intermittent showers later and Cloudy skies gave indication of greater precipitation to follow. The rainfall for this month so far totals Only .12 of an Inch compared with 1.36 for a March of last. Year. Seasonal rainfall to Date is 4.52 religion near mount Olive Aero ruled press 1 Vire a Kusai pm Palestine. March 2.1. Here on the mount of olives where Solomon worshipped idols and Jesus Christ preached the a re Tost of sermons missionaries from Tho United slates great. Britain and the continent of i Europe tomorrow will be iii a fortnight of International discussion on religious subjects. It will end on East or sunday. Year the Brook Kedron the Dele Kates from Odd Corners of the Globe will rehearse their modern Day problems on the spot where Christ discussed the problems of his Day and the future. The delegates convened near the place from which some biblical scholars say Christ ascended into heaven. This spot is marked by a Basilica of the ascension the original of which was erected by constant Ine the great although tiie presenting building is in the hands of the moslem. The present month 10 new water service connections have been made in the City Quot stated the Secretary. Meter connections the meter connections of flip Public service corporations give an interest. Ing Index As to tile growth of the City and in the Industrial report for Bakersfield and environs not including Oil Dale affords the following data a As to unctions 8551 in <i28 Coin pared with Lorn on january 1, 191s electric 1. ,�24 compared with 5826 water 7012 compared with 54c0 Telephone 7502 compared with 4287. On March 1 the City had 308 fire hydrants length of Gas Mains 130.� Miles length of Street railways 10.1� Miles Miles of paved Streels i25.0il compared with so in 1 �20 Miles of alleys la i compared with 17.26 in 1h20 Miles of sewers 83.7 compared with in 1h20. Gilroy seeks to j restrain pickets police frustrate proposed robbery n Helga add March 23.�? Leneral dam Jen Poppo itch principal instigator of the assassination of King Peter and Queen Draga in like died Here today at the age of 61. Although the crime caused England to break with tie then serbian kingdom King Peter who succeeded Alexander. Appointed pop Povitch As his chief adjutant and the latter never was punished for his part in the double assassination. F Assen inn i m s Francisco March 2the police announced today that a plot to hold up the Humboldt National Bank Here monday had been frustrated by the presence at the Quot Bank of six detectives armed with sawed off shot guns. The authorities said Ilza Glasgow 21, had admitted knowledge of the plot and stated that the robbers expected to get . The Bank had been warned by Telephone and the police Sini ail responded to a plea for Protection. Glasgow wan air rated but denied actual participation in the robbery plans. Asking that the Cooks Anil waiters Alliance local 550, be restrained from picketing and patrolling the sidewalks on nineteenth Street in front of the Southern cafeteria Harry Gil Roy the proprietor filed a complaint with i \ k. Smith county clerk yes ter Day in an action in the Superior court resulting from controversy with the labor organization. The plaintiff stated in his complaint that the presence of pickets was an interference with his business and an Effort to prevent patrons from patronizing the cafeteria. The pickets were withdrawn it was said immediately following notice of the action to obtain the restraining order. Horsey and Campbell Aro attorneys for the plaintiff. Wet window Sill leads to arrest Effie Merit detective work and a Kec a Eye on the part of patrolman Grover Kays resulted in the arrest thursday night of Urnest. Karl Sally 1000 Humboldt Street on a charge o Havine liquor in his posses Ion. In addition to talking Grisalli into custody the police confiscated a Quantity if liquor and a false window Sill used As a Cache for the liquor. Of Rosalli yesterday pleaded guilty and was fined $150 with the alternative of serving 120 Days in jail. He went to jail. According to patrolman Kays the raiding officers searched pro Salire Home and failed to Fli 0 any liquor. While searching the Bath room Kayn noticed the window Sill Anil several Peculiar scratches on it. Further investigation revealed a. Catch on twin underside of the Sill. When this catch was released the entire Sill was released revealing a store of liquor. Gasoline explodes kills four in Navy Jeff Davis captor Dies ind., March 2.1. A a. P. In Henry m. Mill a. S5. Said to be the last survivor of the band of i Ripon soldiers that captured Jeffer it on davi.-. President of the confederacy died at his Home Here today. I d i Liss \ i t e Washington Marca our men Are dead As the result of the gasoline explosion aboard the destroyer tender Whitney at Quanta Limo Bay. Cuba wednesday morning. The Navy department was advised today of tie third and fourth deaths those of John f. Narr machinist s mate of mount Royal a. J., and John Jay a Sterling Seaman of St Reet Man Texas William m. , Seaman of halt a More. Mil. Ami George i a. Garrett. Sean Ian of Ozark .mo., died wednesday evening. Colorado Basin meeting called 1 Hoo rated press 1.eased wire Salt Isakh Cit March 23.�?a Call was issued to night by governor George ii. I Ern of Utah for a conference in Denver of the governors of the four upper Basin states to 11m- cuss the present situation in the Colo a Railo Kulver controversy. J in his Call the second sent out the j Ivecek governor Tern suggested april 2 for the meeting that Date being held most suitable for his own affairs and for those of governor w. H. Adams of Colorado. Replies were expected some time tomorrow from the chief executives of Wyoming and n w Mexico. A Call ent out yesterday by that governor suggesting a conference in Salt i a Quot n it tuesday met with replies from the other governor a that they preferred the conference be held ller in Lii in r

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