Joseph Lamb San Francisco 8 Dec 1904

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Joseph Lamb San Francisco
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mmiGmOu i jjimnjanmoiAm BAlTOrM Burning store Bandit and a Visitor Until Tlietr ClotHes re at Murrayi XJtafiv LAKE December - 7 Locked - and - death struggle Christopher and a masked bandit a burning building at the of Murray six miles south to - night Neither man relaxed until tbelr clothing was on both crawled through tha smoke to the outer air highwayman armed with revolver tried to hold up Christopher Tripp in their brother Ha fired at Christopher when resisted him In the which followed the stove was The fire consumed the meat market and a vacant the damage amounting to The bandit escaped CHADW1CK UNDER ARREST Continued from Pti One duty to perform I am to serve a warrant for your Issued by United States Com Shields at the Instance of authorities of Qbio very nervous and 111 replied Chadwlck What shall I do 1 am unable to get up case said the Marshal I obliged to remain here arid under surveillance Yoa will that unpleasant as this is for us you are a prisoner arid I right to leave you here alone everything I can to relieve annoyance however Chadwlck left the New Amsterdam to - day and was driven to Breslin The Secret Service have had her under - watch her to her new refuge and near her apartments OFFICERS OX GUARD Secret Service men engaged a adjoining Mrs Chad wicks suit established themselves there for while one of the Marshals posted in Mrs Chadwlcka outside her door arid an the corridor Marshal Hen - he would remain In direct of things all night STILTj MISSING Squire who came hereiyes - from Cleveland with Irl ReyV secretary of the Wade Park Compauy had a half hours with Mrs Chadwlck At conclusion of the conference Mr said The arrest of Mrs does not in any wayr affect we have of her securities does not change the legal pror necessary in the further evolution the casew Squire further said that he did the present whereabouts of who is said to have in his the 5000000 in securi m DEVERE Officers Will - Put YVItiiesses on m Stand TlM Cjiadwickf sr I nterestirig Pas CLEVEIiAJfD December ic - Yfaax told of the arrest of Airs Chadwlck in New Tork United States District AttoroeyulHan gave the particulars of the way the case has been handled during the past week Mr Chadwlcke arrest has been under contemplation for the s last week he said I was going to cause her arrest Sunday when the warrants for Beckwith arid Spear were sworn but but I thought it well to go slow In the matter At 7 oclock last nljht in Toledo United fltates Marshal Chandler appeared before United States Commissioner - Brough and swore to an affidavit chanlng Mrs Chadwlck with aidinf and abetting - in the misapplication of the funds of a national bank It was specifically stated In the affidavit that Mrs Chadwlck had aided President Bsokwlth and Cashier Spear of the Citliens National Bank of Oberlin 0t in the misappropriation of 12600 on August M 190S at which time the woman received from Cashier Bpsar a certified check for the amount stated This affidavit wag sent in the mail by special delivery to United States District Attorney Uur nstt of New York with Instructions to Issue a warrant upon It and arrest me woman lonnwim - ine announcement that the woman has been arrested Is a great relief to me I am not sure as to the witnesses II will summon in the case lean only name one of them at present This person will be Irving Belford now iclerk of the United States Court for ithe Northern district of Ohio who in Toledo defended Joseph Lamb who was arrested with Mmei Devere for forging 140000 worth of notes Lamb being acquitted on the ground that he was held in the womans power and did not knowingly commit a crime Mr Belford will be asked to identify Mrs Chadwlck as Mme Devere whicK he declares he - can do As to the rest iof the case which we have prepared I cannot talk at presents The notes signed with the Tiame or Andrew Car - Inegie will enter into It I suppose As to whether forgery can be proved 1 am not now prepared to state In orderto make ae strong a case as possible against Mrs Chadwlck the Federal officials will subpoena as soon as service Is possible a number of witnesses who have known Mrs Chadwlck and Madame Devere are hesses will attempt to prove that Mrs Chadwlck and Madame Devers are the same person Arnong - those for whom summonses have been Issued are r Dr W H Kitchen a banker of Cleveland Charles Brosle superintendent of the Pacific Express Company at Chicago who was employed by that company In Toledo when Madame Devere was tried for for - jgery in 1899 and a Toledo banker whose name is not given out Warden dbuldof the Ohio iPeniteritlary will be asked to furnish guards who were jn the employ of the State at the time of Madame Deveres imprisonment jThey will be calledupOn1 to testify for tha Government in the matter of fidentlty ON rt Jhef j f I I - government Willi Gontiniio the PrpsecUtloa pfypojispirators RegardiessfTJieif Positions WASHINGTONr December 7 An xtt flcial statement was given out by the Interior Department to - day lannouneteg the Governments purpose to prosecute every riian Inthe public land fraudsto the - full extent of the law and regardless of position In life The statement foK lowsi The conviction In Portland yesterday of five persons for land frauds which will be followed next wsekby the trial of several others indicted for - the same offonse is but another step toward the consummation f the policy entered jupon by the Secretary of the Interior when It became known nearly three years ago that frauds were being perpetrated - in connection with the publle lands to run itAHK im nniiMiiit tha suilty ones to the full extent of the law without reftrd to tneir position in iii - i The dtptrtmsnt has eneountsrsd many obstacles while enraged in this wbrK but has movedi steadily onward and has had thechrty assistance and co - optratlon of the Dtpartmsnt of Jus - tics In bringing the land criminals to justice 1 These frauds have been more far rsachlng than thexountry has suspsetsd and ths task ef unsarthinr thsm and securing the ncsnary proofs has besn a difflcult on but thtre has btsn no abate mtnt of the lntsntlonto overcome all diffleultlesand secure the conviction of the Isnd thltvesr No one will bs shielded whsthsr high or lowland the work of prostcutlon will be vigorously carried on LAND SWINDLERS FIND IT HABD TO BAISE BONDS Mn Wation Has Her Bail Ecducea bnt Puter Ha Not Found Securitiei PORTLAND Or December T - 8ohie of the prisoners conyicted yesterday In the land - frauds case are experiencing considerable trouble In obtaining the additional bonds placed upon them when the conviction occurred Jri order to sei cure their liberty during the appeal of the caie S - - A D - Puter after a days search pleaded - for and was granted un til to - morrow by the 1 United States Marshal He will be allowed to spend the night as he did last night in his room at the hotel under the surveillance of a deputyL Mrs Watson was unable to secure bondsmen but her bail was reduced to 11000 oAsh She deooslted the amount and was liberated Horace McKlnleyJ had no difficulty In securing sufficient security and was liberated soon after the conviction occurred - Tarpleyj and Wolgamot figure only In this one case and therefore thejr bonds were not in - t creased i i MANY PETITIONS v FB0M CAIIF0BNIANS Beiolutions on Many Subjects Presented by Perkins and Bard v7ASHINGTON pecembejr7f - Seriator Perkins to - day presented the resolutions pt the PaclflcQoast Jobbers fand Manu - r facturers Association praying for the appointment of a Commission to secure stability of rates andprotection of shippers over the Pariame RsiilwayJ The resolutions were Aref erred to the Committee H Close liift NEW Laughlin leader tFor Laughlin County had career April lie politics deeply was In majority Atlantic where In through of he of again a time navy istratlon nss navy and since was a defeated mayed nomination was ed hi 171 0 elected last The Jaw held through had public regular ty were against handling Eastern butter working dustry dairy whereas and tributes

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  1. San Francisco Chronicle,
  2. 08 Dec 1904, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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