Clipped From The Weekly Courier
! , . . j , ec-. The Lady Lnnvcr't irtory. Mrs. Clara Foltz of San Francisco litis been in the city during the past few-days in the interest of her client, Mrs. E. P. Thorndyke, whose case against the South Biveiside Land and Water Company has become quite well known. Tho grnera! reader is aware that some time ngo the plaintiiT gave one Smith a Temeseal hot springs, upon thi tljt was tj hnM iUul thereon a "mediums' home ai ontrait ot sine ot acres of land at ie condition 1 maintain ,;,. Smith renrnsentimr to her th:.t 1, na8 a medium himself. Later it was , .,.. ,,n(i that Un had no sort of mm. munication with the kind of spirits in question; that he was not a medium at all, beyond the fad that the South Riverside company was using him as a medium to acquire the land in question for tho sake of tho water right. Mrs. Thorndyke, through her counsel, brought suit to recover possession of her land, and the case was yesterday settled out of court by the defendants paying the plaintiff about 11,000.