Yda Addis Storke's Statement
Yda Addis Storke's Statement. Editors Herald : Will you, as a matter matter of common justice, kindly print the following for the reassurance of my friends ? I have not been, nor made application application to be, nor shall I be, either in the county hospital or the poorbouse; the statement to that effect originated where arose all the other falsehoods lately circulated about me—from a reporter reporter who is domiciled in my husband's husband's office. The article in the San Francisco Examiner of July Bth is entirely entirely a fabrication. The Examiner representative representative has never dared to speak to or come near me; should he attempt to do so, the loyal friends by whom I am surrounded would prevent him. The wholesale slanders being issued about me will be duly dealt with. I am, of course, very poor, having been pillaged so thoroughly; and lam still weak, but my health is better than for over a year past, and I am quite competent and determined determined to defend and vindicate myself to the utmost. Measures are now under way to that end, » Yda Addis Storke. Santa Barbara, July 11, 1892.