Yda Addis Under Close Surveillance
YDA ADDIS UNDER CLOSE SURVEILLANCE. ! j SANTA BARBARA. Yda Addis Storke, whose charge of attempting to i murder was dismissed several days ago WUJ1 " w serving a years sen ' tenee in the County Jail, is again being carefully watched by the jailer and the Sheriff's office. For some tfme complaints have been made to the Sheriff , by persons who have received anonymous letters, charging them with the filthiest things. Young girls have been accused of intimacy with men of questionable character, while heads of families have also received pretenses of i warnings. Almost every one who has received one of these letters was in ' some way connected directly or indi-1 rectly with the notorious libelous letter case. ! Mrs. Storke has been allowed to send and receive letters at will and none have been tampered with by the Sheriff's ollice. She has also written letters i to persons in this city, in which she accuses the jailer and Sheriff with gross and criminal negligence, stating that the male and female prisoners have been allowed to remain in the same cell, and other offenses. These reports reached the Sheriff's ofilce and a close watch has been kept on Mrs. Storke for some time, and it was in this way that the officers were convinced that she was again sending out libelous letters.