San Bernardino News from San Bernardino, California on May 12, 1915 · Page 1
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ffigg Looters Mob Germaes In Loedomi DELAY BANK SUIT HEARING x WASHINGTON, May 12. Hearing of the case of the Riggs 'National bank against Secretary of the Treasury McAdoo, Comptroller Williams and United States Treasurer Burke was postponed today until next Monday at the request of the gvern-ment's attorneys. WIN IN NIGHT ATTACKS PARIS, May 14. In a series of night attacks the Germans have won back a portion of the trench line before Loog, taken yesterday by the French, but the French still hold the majority of positions, the war office announced today. SAN BERNARDINO NEWS VOL. 39. SAN BERNARDINO, CAL., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1915. NO. 113. 1 i New Sites For County Hospital Submitted Here's Graveyard Of ll 3$ ' cSUNK 8 W1L.TS x CHAMHEL. ' CC SOUTH OF- .-w r ,. K1N3AUC. N, g ' -FASTNETROCW .' ' jj& v i.v lighthouse . . x. . lanos- MEN ENEMY 1 1 V Tv:2t DDfiD CM 10 I ,x- 22w KUdLlIVI lo I caiwa- vg5. LjBlbl Special Meeting England's Cabinet Is Called To Consider Measures LONDON, May 12. Reports that Chancellor Ijloyd George and other cabinet members ure alHint to retire, and that the formation of a coalition cabinet is contemplated, Is denied by I're-mier Asquith. In the bouse of commons he paid a tribute today to all party leaders, declaring their co-operation obviated thq necessity of a coalition cabinet. LONDON, May 12. So serious had the "alien enemy" problem become today, following the rioting of last night, during which shops owned by naturalized Germans were wrecked, that a special meeting of the cabinet was called to consider measures to be taken. There is a growing feeling that the time has arrived when all persons of (Icrman, Turkish and Austrian birth, whether naturalized or unnaturalized, should be interned until the end of the war. It is believed the cabinet will authorize this action. Sentiment Is Growing Orders for Internment all alien enemies should be issued, it is believed, if for no other reason than to pre serve peace in the cities of the British isles. The rapidly growing anti-German Bentiment throughout the country is putting the police of all cities to a severe test. In many cases, too, the police have refused to protect aliens whose shops aret being wrecked because of their own bitter feeling as a result of the sinking of the Lusi-tania. Several butchers with German names were mobbed in the Smithfield market today and thrown into the CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT The upper picture shows a birdseye map of entrance to the Irish sea, through which many ocean liners have to no to reach Liverpool. The Germans have sunk many ships, in addition to the l.iisilaiibi, in this general vicinity. The lower picture shows steamship routes to Kngland from the principal ports in the t inted Stoles and Canada. Wild Looters Mob GermansInLdndon Then Wreck Shops LONDON, May 12. incited by an anti-German sentiment that has fair- ly seethed since the sinking of the Lusitania, immense mobs, armed with clubs and stones, today filled the homes, murderously attacked j scores of Germans and their families and openly defied police. . . I Germans, wealthy and poor, were nulled from their homes and beaten. ! I Rich furnishings in German resi - denees were reduced to kindling j wood. Expensive plate glass win - dows In German stores were shatter-! ed with' stones. Cash registers were i dumped into the street and broken. German residents were yanked from their automobiles, as were German chauffeurs. Wherever a German showed hlra- i self he was attacked by the angry mob. Women and girls, their anger almost unlimited, joined with men ;and boys in dealing out what they termed was true Justice to the "German barbarians." Riot calls sent into the police appeared fruitless, responding "bob German Submarines bies" being shoved aside like so many children. The police force has been so thinned by drafts sent to the arm that it could not cope with the angry crowds and special constables had to be called out. They went about their half-heartedly , ,. j j Mobs paraded the streets, shout- inS. singing and demolishing stores and houses and attacking persons bearing Teutonic names. Public ORinion haa been fanned by the Lus, tania tragedy to fever hoat. The ...,in onomv'. Bi,otinn iu 1at ,.,ui cat. East end aliens have formed a battalion for defense. They erected barricades, defied the crowds and a pitched battle followed. Clubs and stones were used. The rioting reached its height while the cabinet meeting was held to consider the situation. , Men supposed to be Germans were dragged from their houses and beaten. Wom- CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT Interview Edison? Can't! He Is Busy 20 Hours Per Day WEST ORANGi:, X. .1., May 12. "Want to interview Mr. Edison. Sorry, hut there's no chance today." This from the great inventor's secretary. "Tomorrow?" the visitor in-qui i-ed. "Afraid not." "Next week, then?" "Doubtful." The .secretary then explained. "I've been trying for a fortnight to speak with him myself. I'm still hopeful, but si ill doubtful. You see, he's working twenty hours a day on something." Begin Arguments In Chief's Trial LOS ANGELKS, May 12. Closing arguments in Chief Sebastian's trial began today. The prosecution rested its case during the morning session. Then came a brief recess and H. J S McCartney then began the prosecution's argument. He will be followed by W. J. Ford for the defense, District Attorney Woolwine for the state and Earl Rogers for the de fense. It is believed possible a ver dict may be reached before the end of the week. The early closing of the state's case came as a surprise. Hi POL! C Y FOR NATION IS SETTLED President Wilson Fixes Upon Administration's Program In Future WASHINGTON, May 12. The course of President Wilson has been determined and will be made publii in the near future, according to 8 statement dealing with the Lusitania situation, issued from the white house announced today. Although a statement to the public at this time was denied, the plans of the president are believed to le: Ask Germany for a more accurate definition of its attitude toward American shipping, cargoes and lives in the war zone; point out that, in all three re-sK-cts, the I nitcd States has lost heavily and, so far as evidence has indicated, through German operations; refer to the sinking of the liner h'ulaha resulting in the loss of the life of l-eon C. T. Thresher, an American, the attack iimiii Ciilfiight and the sinking of the I.usitania; admit that the evidence probably does not conclusively prove that Germany was responsible for the attack upon the steamer dishing and the toiedoiiig of the Giilfliglit, but inquire whether the kaiser's government accepts the responsibility for those two incidents; call atten tion to the fact that Germany lias already accepted responsibility for the attacks tion the I'alaha and I.usitania, and finally, ask that assurances be given that such attacks will not occur again in the future. There is good authority for the statement, that no alternative will be mentioned in the event Germany should refuse to comply with re - quests contained in the note, especially that asking assurances that no further attacks, such as was directed against the I.usitania, will be made. There will be nothing in the nature of a threat or an ultimatum. The communication will be largely in the nature of a dignified remonstration against the German methods of eon-ducting its submarine warfare. The German assertion that, its methods are justified by the policy of allies in endeavoring to starve Ger-i many will not be accepted. The president is hopeful that the message may be so expressed and present so strong a case that Germany itself will admit it is in the wrong. EXKIMTSKS HKI.I) AT V. OK C. BERKELEY, May 12. President Benjamin Ide Wheeler delivered the i commencement address today at the I'niversity of California graduating i 'class. He urged individual thought, Jquoting "as a man thinks, so is he." War Purchases In North America To Total Big Amount Xi; YORK, My 12 An order for 2,000 freight cars for Itiissinu railroads has been placed with I lie Canadian Car and Connelly company. It is said that the Eastern Car company lias taken a similar order from Itussja. Nathaniel Curry, president of the Canadian Car uud Fomidary company, estimated today that, the total amount of ammunition orders now being tilled agregiite $150,000,000 and that others now beinjj nego-tiatcd through (lie British shell commission in Canada and indirectly will total .$250,000,000. Man Ended His Life By Hanging; Corpse Found Swinging To Tree Believed to be the body of M. V. Dean, missing since March 7, the corpse of a man dangling from a tree on the banks of the Santa Ana wash southwest of Colton, was found this afternoon. That the man committed suicide there is no question. Riverside officers telephoned to DEAN'SBODY mm H 0. FUUNU IS BELIEF i Sheriff J. L. McMinn that the body , previously. !was hanging from a tree and that it j Grow makes the proposition of di-j was in San Bernardino county ter- viding the acreage, first, offering ten ritory. i acres including a most sight ly hill for I'nder Sheriff F. G. McLain, the hospital; the second, a tract of Deputies J. M. Bracswell and Walter j twenty-three acres; the third, a tract Heap and Supervisor W. J. Kincaid i of forty-one acres adjoining, the went, to the scene, returning with the j whole making up the tract of seven-bod v late this afternoon. fv-fnur arros Prnvinnslv thi lnnrt j The ono,y pot whpre (h(1 body j was f0linf ;s somewhat ; off the beaten (path of travel. But. for a chance walk through the section by a rancher the body might have remained there for weeks longer without being found. The body was removed to the Mark B. Shaw company establishment, i Dean, a man of family, employed j CONTINUED ON FAGE EIGHT LAST-MINUTE NEWS WASHIXGTOX, May 12. The announcement Is made at the White House this afternoon that President Wilson lias completed his note to Germany in regard to the I.usitania tragedy. The note was sent to the state department and from there will be sent to the German officials. It may be the note will lie made public tomorrow. Secretary Bryan announced there will be nothing further issued by the state department on the I.usitania until 8 o'clock tonight. BKIU.IX, My 12. After having Maurice, Sombern, a naturalized German-American, ejected from the embassy for accusing President Wil-son and Secretary Itryan accepting Itritish hrilieH, Ambassador Gerard appealed to the German government to have Mm ejected from Germany. GUI PIES ON OFFERS 0 Sites Will Be Visited By Supervisors; No Choice Is Yet Expressed Twenty-one offers for a site for a new county hospital, some of them in different form, so that really there are thirty-four proHisitions for consideration, wei submitted to the i hoard of siieri vsors today, being I practically the .same number a-s offer-led .March 10. The determination to j i-e-consider the purchase of the i Ralphs Hill tract came a.s a result Uf a protest made by a Redlands dele-gation. i The bids were opened by the board 1 today with Chairman S. D. Horton Sand Superivsors Glover and Kincaid ! present. And here are features of :the new bids offered: The Security Investment company, I w hose Ralphs Hill Bite was picked by I the board of supervisors as the site I for the hospital w'hen the bids were asked for the first time, again offers its property at the same price, $750 per acre, but gives the board an opportunity of purchasing eighty acres, as before, or fifty acres, the latter site to include the hill proposed for t lie buildings. Cut Made In Price The seventy-four acres offered by C. M. Grow, known as the Scott tract, Colton avenue north to Mill street, previously offered for a lump sum of $42,000, is offered for the sum of $31,SRH. just $10,120 cheaper than was offered at. $5 fiS per acre. Now it. can be purchased for $390 per acre, 1 according to the new offer. New Proposition An entirely new proposition is that made by J. N. Voss, who offers to take in exchange for his property, located on the Rialto bluff, west of the pre-cooling plant, the county detention home, county orphans' home CONTINUED ON PAGE EIGHT OF LAN 1 1

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