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Bakersfield Morning Echo (Newspaper) - November 27, 1902, Bakersfield, California Volum la 15. Iia k k flu a m i a it Nia to lug today nov Mulkh 27, Lulu. Number 38 a Tanh Alberta he Ute of Quot wireless message Quot wireless station. Table head. Development of wireless telegraphy by Marconi. Mental work by the King of Italy paid tribute to mrs. Gore unfortunate woman s funeral in Paris the occasion marked by demonstrations of sympathy egret thai their dil Serences with me operators could not he adjusted Independent of commission by associated pros. I Aris november 20.�?the Ellen Gore drama readied n fitting Climax today in the mournfully picturesque fun lie nil at the american Church in tie Hue lie Horry. The occasion was marked by 1 a notable demonstration of sympathy not Only on the part of americans but by the French Middle classes artists and other Luigi tues of the latin Quarter. At 2 o clock in the afternoon the Street in front of the Church a it packed with students in unique oos Lutilus Ami As tile cortege approached they uncovered their Heads. The heirs was preceded by a j uniformed functionary wearing a Blue Sash and a up mod hat. The lie arse was followed by three state carriages but i excepting the first were empty. The first Carriage was occupied by m.pa-1 Quet representing Consul general Gowdy. There were pall bearers and no mourners. The Interior of the building was crowded chiefly with women. Artists filled the aisles. One of them stood sketching the scene. Re. Or. Thurber officiated the service included a reference to the proverb Quot evil communications corrupt Good Man. a a Thurber Vera ined from Mon Toiv ing the. Tragedy. Quot it Don t want to lose Money Mountain Valley commences suit to prevent Kern Valley Bank from paying its certified Check by associated press Scranton Pennsylvania november 26.-r-quite in contrast with the Happy faces of the Independent operators com. Unit the when they returned from next a York last night were the countenances a of the miners representatives when they returned today from a their disappointing trip to Washington. How the latter View the sudden and surprising turn in affairs is Well set Forth in a statement issued this after Neon by messes. Darrow and Lloyd the a liners attorneys who accompanied or. Mitchell to Washington. It clearly indicates that they think the Coal Road presidents acquiesced in Macveagh s a plan of settlement out of court acid then repudiated him. An allegation that George Bacr sign a Eri a Telegram to chairman Gray of the commission declaring that the big companies were agreeable to the idea of an amicable adjustment and that the same limn signed a Telegram to Macveagh in Washington calling off the negotiations is made in the statement. President Mitchell District presidents Nicholls Duffy and Fahey and several other Union officers who Are Here to attend the commission s hearings spent the afternoon in conference As to the details of the evidence to be presented when the commission reassembled. President Mitchell denied the report that the miners executive Board had been summoned for a conference. Many miners unemployed. Shamokin Pennsylvania november 26.�?at the ninth District United mine workers Headquarters today it was stated that 14,000 men and boys out of 51,-000 former employees Are still Idle. No Money has been received for Relief purposes since november 5th. The miners stores have a Small amount of provisions in Stock. Cable company accepts terms by associated press Washington november 26.�?the commercial Cable company has filed with the department of Justice a written acceptance of the terms on which the president consented to the construction of the Cable Between the United states and Quot the Philippines and China the company now May use the government soundings. The Mountain Valley and Bakersfield Railroad company a corporation commenced suit tuesday afternoon against the City of Bakersfield and the Kern Valley Bank. The object of the suit is to prevent payment by the Kern Valley Bank to the City of Bakersfield of the $2500 certified Check in the hands of the City As a Bond for the building of a Street car line along Chester Avenue within the required period of eighteen months. The Road has not been completed and eighteen months expired in september hence the Board of trustees of Bakersfield last monday night declared the franchise forfeited and authorized the president of the Board h. H. Fish to Cash the Check and Deposit the amount in the City Treasury. The $2500 was to be As liquidated damages to the City ii ease the Street railway company failed to build the Road. The complaint alleges that the door m ent which is nominated a Quot Bond Quot is a nondescript writing and does not constitute a Bond and is of no binding Foree or effect upon the Mountain Valley company never having been signed by them but simply by its president and Secretary Bionde script also in that it names a. Certified Ehrck us since he commencement of the action the Bank will probably retire from the suit not being a party in interest and allow the City of Bakersfield and the Mountain Valley people to flight it out Between them. If the railway can show that the Bond is illegal that the certified Check did not constitute a. Valid Bond or that the Railroad company Lias not defaulted in the performance of its duties the $2500 will go to them otherwise it will become a part of the City s resources. An outlet to Pacific officers at the meeting of Sequoia Circle Woodmen of woodcraft tuesday evening the following officers were elected for the ensuing term past guardian neighbor mrs. A Cooper guardian neighbor Ada Bundy advisor Anna Muller banker Homer Rogers clerk Ada Mcleod attendant Mary diver Captain of the guard Pearl Mead magician Dora tones musician Elva Tyler inner Sentinel Hannah Smith outer Sentinel 10. A. Doody. Eagles Meli Jung 1omorkow. Last night was the regular meeting right for the eagles but it was postponed until tomorrow Friday night., when officers for the ensuing term will he elected. Distinguished official Here. A. E. Partridge grand worthy Secretary of the fraternal order of eagles together with his wife and son arrived last night from los Angeles on their Way Home to Seattle. Or. Partridge has been visiting the a different series of eagles in a Semi official Way instructing them concerning the new ritual of work. His train was late in arriving hence a meeting could not be held which was a disappointment to members Here. Or. Partridge will leave this morning Over the Santa be. Tendered a Kun Kipton. The la lies of the Mae Cabes tendered a Fine reception at woman s club Hall a tuesday night to mrs. Tutum Liee Gib Oney who was recently married. The Bride Lias a list of friends and was formerly Book keeper for Hoch Heimer amp co. Those present danced and a Fine luncheon was served and All enjoyed themselves. The following musical program was entered instrumental duet by messes. White and Harvey. A vocal Solo by mrs. Ii. Mccue. Guitar and mandolin duet by or. Ily. Man and son. Solo Roy Harvey. Instrumental duet by messes. White and Harvey. By associated press Kansas City november 26.�?at a meeting of the executive committee of the Kansas City Mexico and Orient railway company Warren g. Purdy formerly president of the Rock Island and George j. Gould were elected directors the election is in accordance with the instructions from president Stillwell who is now in new York. It was announced last week that tar Fie agreement has been reached be tween the Misouri Pacific and the Orient Road. The Stillwell line will give Gould lines an outlet to the Pacific coast. Lansou Friere again in eruption government cables connect the islands by associated press Washington november 20. A brigadier general Greeley chief signal officer of the army was informed by Cable from the Philippines today of the completion of the Cable connecting the Island of Romblom with the Masbate and Marinduque islands. This establishes a duplicate Cable communication with All the Large islands of the Archi Pelago except Mindanao. News also reached general Greeley from Alaska that the signal Force there has begun Winter work along the Tan Ana River. General Greeley predicts that St. Michael will receive the first Telegram by april Lluli. By associated press Kingston Jamaica novem 4 bar 2fla violent Quot eruption of fit la Sou Friere Tylik Quot fifth big outburst since the catastrophe on May 7th, took place today. Georgetown and the Village of chateau belaire again were a evacuated by the inhabitants. Telephone communication was 1 interrupted on account of the fierce lightning. Subterranean rumblings can be heard and volcanic Clouds can be seen from this City. The Crater has been smoking constantly since the terrific eruption october 16th.new engine tender giving satisfaction Hector mining company organized the Hector milling company has filed articles of incorporation in the county clerk s office. The principal place of business is Bakersfield. Directors a. C. Bowles w. H. Hill to g. Fessler John Snook Walter Snook w. W. Stephenson and c. A. Barlow. The capital Stock is $3,000,000 divided into one Dollar shares. The amount subscribed is $500. Fever pestilence claims Many victims by associated press a san Francisco november 26 surgeon f. X. Voisard of the Steamer City of Panama which has arrived from Panama reports that on a trip into the Interior of Colombia he found things quiet enough As far As the revolution is concerned but saw on every hand the effects of fever which he says is killing people by the score. So great is the mortality in some places through which he passed that no attempt was made to give burial in the victims who Are dying by the dozens. Coinage by mints during past year a by associated press Washington november 26. A George e. Roberts director of the mint in his annual report says that the coinage the past year has never been exceeded. In Point of numbers the pieces aggregated 191,419,506, but in value fallen from $136,340,781 in 1001 to $94,520,677, this being due to the greater demand for Small denominations. Gold coinage dropped somewhat. The Stock of Gold Bullion increased $100,219,493 to $124,083,712. The weather forecast aerie no. 93, f. 0. E. There will be no meeting wednesday night november 25th. The aerie will meet in regular session Friday november 28th, at 8 p. M., when nomination of officers will take place. T. J. Packard w. P. Harry a. Jastro w. A 39 Sant Francisco november 26.�? the following is the weather forecast for the next Twenty four hours Southern californian Cloudy thursday Light Northeast wind. A press dispatch from Oakland says that a new combination Oil and water tender recently purchased by the Southern Pacific company As an Experiment has Given general satisfaction to the Railroad officials especially master Mechanic w. Ii. Russell. For some Days the combination tender has been attached to the Overland limited and Lias answered All that Lias been required of it. The appearance of the new tender adds greatly to its favor with the company As it is about half As High As the old tenders and not near so Bulky but of greater capacity. It is capable of holding 3300 Gallons of Oil and 7300 Gallons of water and will travel Over 300 Miles without having to be refilled. So pleased Are the. Officials with the actions of the tender that they Are figuring upon fitting up the new Atlantic locomotives recently purchased with this tender. Wished the music for the Ball. A feature of the decorations around tha Balcony was a continuous steel sharing 400 feet in length turned by George Mckennie. This shaving is Sigid to be tha second longest Ever turned in the United states. A a a a a to the. Following a Flat to teens is due credit., for the successful manner in which they conducted tie Ball master of ceremonies tame Quinn. Arrangements a. E. Cleland we. W. Pope d. Daniels . And j. T. Graham. ,.floor . Graham. Floor commit teen a. J. Duckworth Harry Dwyer George Gray e. G. Gilliam a. C. Barnes William Dwyer f. J. Keleher Harry Poist c. Buchanan a. R. Tate e. C. Bennett George w. Dugan m. Poll jr., j. L. Baner. Reception a. E. Millott George Kiser c. V. Morrison o. T. Howell a. A. Farley Thomas Colburn g. T. Bennett a. L. Thomas Carl Stevens c. W. Shackow c. E. Kimball a. Duff William Lambert George Kuhns. Door Samuel Potts m. Poll sr., , ii. H. Baker w. C. Nichols o. Neikirk j. Usick. Rev. My. Foster 111 Rev. G. E. Foster is ill at his Home with pneumonia. He has been suffering recently with a bad cold and it was with difficulty that he spoke sunday. Tuesday he grew worse and the doctor states that it is better that be allowed to remain quiet for a co Siple of Days therefore he cannot see his Many friends who would gladly Call on him were it Best. After december 1, 1002, or. E. K. Victor will occupy rooms 1-2-3, Scribner Block As dental Parlours. Dee machinists Ball a great Success the Quot Echo Quot will observe Holiday claim agent dead St. Paul november 26.�?c.b.yale, general claim agent of the great Northern died suddenly today aged 48. A the Quot Echo Quot will not be issued tomorrow morning in order to a afford the employees an Opportunity to observe thanksgiving Day at their Homes. Tie Quot Echo Quot extends the com of aliments of the season and Hopes a a its Many readers will enjoy the Holiday in keeping with the tra Quot for editions of the Day. A the machinists Union Ball took place last night at the armory. It was their second annual Ball and needless to say from it was a great Success. Everybody danced and at 12 o clock supper was announced and fifty couples took seats at the table at which was a. Very Fine spread prepared by the women of woodcraft. A portion of the crowd of course waited for the second table. The menu consisted of roast Turkey with dressing and Cranberry sauce cold sliced Ham potato salad lobster salad and Chicken salad pickles celery bread and butter and different kinds of cake fruits and nuts. Tie committee from the women woodcraft in charge of the supper were mrs Doody chairman mesdames Bun by Miller Tyler and Starnes. I professor Newman s orchestra fur a a not acc. Of �4-k solid Gold ladies watch .$25.00 also one Worth $30.00 for $25.00 a. H Grenell 1406 19th Street

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