The Bakersfield Californian (Bakersfield, California) 8 November 1907, p. 4, c. 5-6
TULARE RANCHER DIES ON HIS HONEYMOON. Frank M. Tibbet, a wealthy cattle rancher of Reedley, Tulare County, and a bridegroom of barely six weeks, visiting Los Angeles with his beautiful young wife on their honeymoon, died at the California Hospital early Wed. nesday morning after an illness.of but two days. Mr. Tibbet'and his bride, formerly Miss Lotta Beem of Fresno and stepdaughter stepdaughter of J. W. Daulton of Madera. owner of one of the largest estates In California, were married at Ferris, Riverside County, September 10, and shortly afterward started on their honeymoon, arriving in Los Angeles about a week ago, since which time they have been with friends at 1131 San Julian street. Last Sunday morning Mf. Tibbet who was 43 years old, awoke with se-' vere pains in his stomach, but delayed delayed In sending for a physician. Finally on Tuesday morning, Dr. Summer J. Quint was summoned and he ordered Mr. Tibbet sent to the California hos-, pltal. There everything possible was: done to save the stricken rancher, j but it was found impossible to do I more than prolong life a few days.—j Los Angeles Examiner. TOM LAVERS SUBMITS •+ ,l TO CAPITAL OPERATION,] Tom Lavers, a pioneer of ~ 01- . I County and father of Louis Lavers of] this city, underwent a capital opera! tion In San Francisco yesterday, and] his life Is In the balance.