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Bakersfield, California
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Tuesday, September 22, 1908
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Vol. XX. BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER '."J. 1908. No. 45 NOTED MASSACHUSETTS ORATOR HERE SEPT.30 Shot Women Then Himself BARK IS WRECKED IN ALASKAN WATERS. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 22.—A dispatch from Fort Wrangel, Alaska, stated that the American batk Star of Bengal, commanded by Captain Thompson, went ashore on Coronation Island and Is a total wreck . The steamer Kayak Is standing by to render aid and the United States government will be asked to send the cable steamer Burnside to her assistance. The bark Is one of the Alaska Packers salmon fleet. She Is believed to have a ful cargo of salmon. The late of the officers and crew Is not known .„ VALLEJO, Sept. 22.— Shortly after s o'clock this morning Charles Friedberg shot and killed Mrs. Henry Mangus, wife of a well known electrician employed at the Mare Island Navy Yards. Friedberg then turned the .gun on himself and blew off the top oj his head. The tragedy resulted from the man's Infatuation for the wo- ASSESSORS GUESTS AT man he killed and jealousy of her THE MORLEY TONIGHT, huuband. He roomed with the family until two months ago when his con- ^he state assessors now In conven duct became' such that the husband u on j n this city, with their wives, ordered him to leave the house. Since w m be the guests of M. R. Parra at then he is said to have been a (re- the Morley Theater this evening. Tho <juent visitor during the absence of special feature is "The Gambler's Mangus, He had words there with | Fate" and the program, excellent Mrs. Mangus Sunday and she ordered TO SPEAK FOR BRYAN FORESTERS TO HAVE | I CONVENTION IN FRESNO.' ~~~~™""" i Tho Independent Ordor of Forest ITS ' Association for the Sun .loaquin Vul-i ley, which territory reaches as I'ari south as Bakerslleld, will hold its| semi-annual meeting at A. O. V. \V.! hiill in this city next Friday after- 1 noon and. evening. Two separate pro-, grams have been arranged for the oc-, casloti, and the meeting is to be fol ' lowed by a dance. him to leave town before 4 o'clock to- <lny. This morning he went to the house ami tried in vain to Induce the woman to go with him. The tragedy followed her refusal to do so. Mangus was •tit, work at the time. throughout, is as follows: "A Comedy in Black and White," "A Dozen Fresh Eggs," "Gambler's Fate," "Head-dresses in Brittany," "Two Models." "Lady Killer Foiled," "Army Dogs." The songs are "Would Y'ou Miss Me?" and :"Sweet Bunch of Daisies." ASSESSORS m FOR FIRST DAY OF ANNUAL SESSION thirty assessors and some A boil i deputies were present this morning in Judge Mahon's court room when the annual meeting of the association was called to order by the president, Henry T. Jones of Contra Costa. J. F. Campbell of Stanislaus was In the secretary's chair and Thomas M. Rob. inson of Alameda was the assistant secretary. Alter the roll call, the minutes of the last session held at San Jose weif rea.l and approve.! and immediately following, the convention , Th(; offlcla i s prese nt at-the conven- adjourned out of respect to the mem- . ( , (jn besl(1 the chairman and secre- ory of the late T. H. Berkey, assessor Uli . y „,. th(? statu IJn . m , ()f Equall/a . ol Sacramento County, whose demise .. • occurred only last month. The hour ' ' ' lor reconvening was fixed at 2 , -^'a'^ 1 ^- 11 ': 1 '^ p , . ,. ! Chief Deputy I I'.os. M. Robinson . . ' Unite—A."K Morton. In tlir atternoon, the assessors wore .friends are urging him*for the place, Chl-co Is au aspirant for the honor of being selected as the meeting place of tli L - convention next year. I Tomorrow, according to announced plans, the visitors will be taken on an excursion to the West Side oil fields by the Board of Trade and in the evening they will be the guests of Assessor Jameson at a dinner at the Southern. i The Officials Here. r.a'.ton and In getting together, many of them tuiving gon.' to visit the neighboring .town of Kern. The order of busman lor the session was agree.l up >n an.l a.1'i"r some iliscussion, adjournment was taken. The members of the revenue commission, at whose Instance Constitutional Amendment Number 1 .Is now 7 before the people, did not, contrary to expectations, put In an appearance ' !• Alex Brown, chairman of the ;-,! ite Hoard of Equalization, and T.>u •>• P lOoy. the secretary, are both in at- fi",.lance. | The election of officers will occur on Thursday, and so far the only name mentioned for president of the association is that of Geo. K. Mitchell, .assessor of Placer County, whose Contra Costa—H>-ur\ T. June* Fresno—G. P. Cummings. Kern—J. M. Jameson. A ings—Geo. \V. Murray. Los Angeles—E. W. Hopkins and Don't Want Gov. Gillett to Speak ,,. o Weed aud Frank Deputio \Vlieeb-'. .MCrin—P. H. Cochrane. Mariposa—C. P. Pratt and Deputy \V. Pratt. Meuiiocino—M. A. Thomas. Napa-—Robt, Corlett. Placer—George Mitchell. Riverside—VV. F. Montague. Santa Clara—L. A. Spltzer. Santa Cruz—Wm. A. Horton. Sonoma—F. E. Dowd. Stanislaus—J. F. Campbell. Tulare—A, W. Crowley. Tuolomne—Owen Leonard. Imperial—Fred Fuller, Chief .Deputy vy, i. McCoy. Ladies Present. A number of the visiting officials are accompanied by their wives aud among the lady visitors are: Mrs. J. F. Campbell, Mrs. H. C. Jones and daughter, Mrs. Henry P. Dalton, Mrs. A. E. Morton, Mrs. C. P. Pratt, Mrs. P. H Cochrane, Mrs. W. A. Horton, Mrs. Frank E. Dowd, Mrs. J. C. Smith und daughter. v George Fred Williams, the leader are demanded and they are going to of the Democracy of Massachusetts, j support him. All over the state, the statesman and orator, will address a mass meeting In Bakersfteld Wednesday night next for Bryan and Kern, and plans are now under way to give the distinguished visitor a rousing re- cup t Ion. Nathan Cole, Jr. of Los Ange'.es, national eommitteeman from California, arrived here last evening to make the preliminary arrangements for the Williams meeting. He will accompany the orator on his trip north, and the itinerary will be a sweeping one. The Massachusetts man will come into the state on Saturday and will deliver addresses in the extreme •south on that day. On Monday there will be a monster meeting in U)» Angeles and on Tuesday at other southern points; then the speaker will start ever til*. 1 Tehachapi. Hy will pass through Bakersfleld and go 6n direct to Hanford, where he will speak in Hie ]u company with. Mr, Cole, he Will return to Bakersfleld on the Santa Fe, reaching here at 7:iu, and appear before the meeting an hour later Wednesday night. From Bakcrsfield, Mr. Williams will go north, holding day and night meetings at Tulare, Visalla, Fresno, Modesto, Stockton and San Francisco. W. E. Shepherd of Ventura, Democratic nominee for Congress, has been Invited to be present at the Williams , meeting, and it is expected that if his j Kern plans permit, he will also address a ijatiersrteld audience. Shepherd's candidacy is meeting with much tavor In the coast counties. It is conceded that he will carry Kern by a substantial majority, and Tulare also promises that he will head the poll there. The nominee is a good campaigner and he is now arranging his itinerary to cover the entire district. V Throughout the southern part of the district the. word comes that there are heavy detections from the Republican party, and despite the gerrymander that made the territory so stroug- iy Republican, there is hope that the d'lstrlct may be represented in the next Culiijrt'ss by a trlend 01 the people. Stand pat legislators are no longer as popular "••> the used to be, and the prospects tor Shepherd's election ^row brighter dally. To Plan For Meeting. Arrungments are already under way (for the big meeting Wednesday nighc. tonight .vhteh will be the polltcal event of the Detloit tonight. I year. Mr. Williams Is in great de-1 Corners Roosevelt. mand as a speaker, his torceful cam-1 Mr. Bryan this afternoon practical palgn having given him a national | ly cornered Roosevelt In a letter ad. working people are with Bryan and prospects brighten dally.." No Hearst Vote. Mr. Cole expressed the opinion that the Hearst vote In California will be nil, aud his advices from the east are that the third party movement has fallen flat. The people know that Bryan or Tat't will be elected, and they prefer Bryan to the Ohlan. Nevada, says Mr. Cole, is sure for Bryan, and the prospects In Oregon are flattering. The national eommitteeman left on the 10 o'clock train for his home, and he is looking forward to strenuous but profitable days for the party during the week that Williams is In, the state. To Carry Co«t. NEW YORK, Sept. 21.—Norman E. Mack, chairman of the Democratic national committee, is planning to i lorce the fighting In the Pacific coast I states and during the month of Octo- her, speakers of national prominence will be sent West to aid In swinging all debatable states Into line for the Democracy. Mack said tonight that the reports received from California, Oregon, Montana and Colorado were of such character as to lead him to the belief that with a strong effort would be captured for Bryan and Bryan Puts Pres. Roosevelt In a Hole DETROIT, Sept. 22.—This was Bryan Day In Michigan, and he received a tremendous ovation In this city and elsewhere. The candidate arrived early from Buffalo, and held conferences with the state leaders. He will address an oi>en air meeting at Ann Arbor this afternoon and will speak at Go-, frnor James N. (iillett—the, morning paper always calls him Jim —has been turned down hard by San ... . , ,, , , . Uiis Obispo county Republicans, who Lectures will be delivered during, havt . Ke ,. vei , not , ce tlm „ (1o not the 'lav and evening by High Chief i w . uu th( . nonilnee ot the s . mtu Cmz Ranger C. B. Dlckson of Los Angeles, j convention (for whom the Kern county S. G. Dunkerly high secretary and j (k , Utlon vote(1 solklly) to spea lc Frank E. Hand, chief organizer all of !th( , rt , i, ecause hlH presence would be the same city.—Fresno Republican. .!„...i ..., ._ », __.. rm.., >^\ REPUBLICAN CLUBS HAVE THEIR BIENNIAL MEETING. CINCINNATI, Sept. 22.—The biennial convention of the National Republican League was called to order today to Music Hall by President John Hays Hammond. A large number of delegates, were present at the opening session, which consisted of formal welcoming addresses and re-' spouses and routine business. 4 . • Dr. A. F. Senator Is rapidly recovering from his recent operation for appendicitis. He is at the BakergfleW Sanatorium. detrimental to the party. The lowing Associated Press dispatch IB self-explanatory: * SAN LUIS OBISPO. Sept. 21. + •!• —In reply to the request of S. * •!• S. Teller, chairman of the Re- <• ••• publican state committee, to <• * have Governor GHlett speak In <• San Luis Obispo. the Republl- <• can county central committee •{• , at a meeting this afternoon, <• unanimously refused the re- •{• quest, stating that the govern- <• or's attitude toward local af- •{• fairs and his fri«ndllnesa to- * wards the Southern Pacific -fr would be detrimental to the In- •5- terests of the Republican party •!• of this county. <• SMITH MAN F TWO WEST OIL LEASES Hilda Smith, the dance hall woman who stabbed May Olive, another denizen of the Owl dance hall In a drunken fight a week ago Monday morning must answer to the Superior Court for the crime of assault with a deadly weapon with Intent to do bodily harm. Her preliminary was held before] Judge Black today. District Attorney Irwin conducted the case for the prosecution while the defense Is in the hands of Attorney George E. Whlta- ker. At the beginning of the afternoon session Atorney Whitaker announced I that he would make no defense .it ! I the preliminary as he felt, sure tin- case must be tried in the .Superior | Court. The woman was held to an j swer under bonds of $500 or $-.")(» cash. At the time of her arrest she gave bail in the latter sum, which the judge thought sufficient and was allowed to remain. Two leases made in the West Side fields during the past few days are one In Marlcopa and the other In Midway. Julius Fried, who la interested in the northwest quarter of section 6 at Marlcopa, has leased 60 acres ot land to an Oakland company headed by Mr. LaBlanc, who will immediately begin the development of the same, Tlii' royalty is one-eighth. Elmer E. Jones has negotiated a lease of a portion of section 28, 32-24 in the Midway. The terms have not been made public. The land has been located by two parties, one for mineral purposes and the other for agricultural. Pat O'Brien, Ben Sill, Moore, Murphy and others have the mineral loratioii, while If Is said S. P. Wlble, Professor Owen and others have patented the land for agricultural purposes. .Jones will start to work lm- Tomorrow Last Day to Register reputation, and Bakersfteld is fortun-1 dressed to the President and replying ate In being named as one of the to the statements made by the latter places he Is to speak in, In California, yesterday endorsing the charges To Carry the State. against Governor Haskell that he was The coming ot Williams, aud almost. once In the employ of the Standard simultaneously, the arrival of Senator | and had attempted to Influence Attor Gore, the blind Oklahoma statesman, who will tour the northern part of the state, shows the temper of the national committee with reference to ney General Monett of Ohio to dismiss suits against the Standard. Mi Bryan is fully aware of the fals Ity of the charge and In his letter to this state. It is now recognized that! Roosevelt he asks the President to fur- California is debatable ground, and | nlsh the proof, or Indicate how It may tht> Democratic managers are going to i be obtained. He tells the President a stiong effort to pui it iu the, Uij Governor Haskell will appear al any Investigation before a tribunal such as Roosevelt may name. IF HE IS CONNECTED BY THE TRIBUNAL IN ANY WAY WITH THE HEARST and has placed Superlnten- In h " e - Th< > ™ 8 " lt "1 realized that the case must be! nit ' (lia( « lv settled In the Superior Court, "said ! . (Vl ,,,,;,,- ,,, , - , t . .... Attorney Whltaker after the examlna- i ° le f r "»"8 will determine the tltto tlon, "so preferred to make no de-; lnt '^ fense rather than waste a lot of time. ( I am satisfied a jury will never con- j vlct the woman. The Intent is ev-1 erythlng in such a case. The stabbing} was the result of. a drunken tight." j The morning session was devoted .;. to the examination of the witnesses Men's New Fall Hat Styles Si \ If. .1 fi|i:;il!y in 1 -;- linl Si'.- tin \\v e llr\v • SV.-.'I Hi a n in a si r.iii i Irsl in THE TOGGERRY LOWELL A BLOOM. Bryau column, Mr. Cole's Views. Mr, Cole, who tipent several hours here last night, Is enthusiastic over the outlook. He is Bryan's personal friend, and I* a member of the executive committee of the national organization. His relations with the party and tin 1 party lea'b r Inve brought him I int.i fio-,. touch with tin' simatlon, and hi' believes that Bryan will not ..lily l.f fleeted but ilia', h'- will carry California. "in I-OH Annehw." said Mr. Colo, "there the many Republican.- wb.i will in.-; Mipnf! Tafi. They see In Bryan i!n- trui- ciMtupii'i 1 IL '• !i' •••'- '"U' - .!•'' i subpoenaed by the prosecution. May Olive, formerly known as May Elder, was the first to testify. She was the woman who felt the knife of the Smith woman. She testified to the events Immediately preceding the affair. Jealousy over a young man who was Intimate with both women seemed to be the cause of the trouble. The Olive woman says she assured the other that she had not boen with the man In question, but this apparently did not satisfy the Smith woman for she then made her attack, Jim McVey testified to the summoning of Dr. fowler and the. removal of the woman to her room. Officers MULATTO KILLS TWO IN ASYLUM. WASHINGTON, Sept. 22.— •<* Andrew Llghtfoot. a mulatto •£• Inmate of the Virginia Insane * asylum near this city today kill- * ed Patrick Maloney, an attend- •{• ant: Magraret Fallen, a pa- •{• tlent, anil injured another per- •{• son. The murders were com- <* mitted with an iron bar on the •{• asylum grounds. Llghtfoot es- <• en peel. •!• to CHARGES, or if the President says, he believes him guilty, Haskell will' Glenn and Bowen told of the arrest, retire from further participation In They endeavored to find the weapon i be campaign. | but were unable to do so. Dr. Fowler It is well known that neither Roose- , described tin- Hi.iracter and position i Chas. Alllquc of Bakersfleld, age L'i'> and Emma Reynard, also of Bak> erstiel.l. ago 24. ^ Case Disml»sed. On mn;ion of (.'. L. Clallln and E3. L. Foster, attorneys for the complainant, the case of David Wetland vs. A. B. Beekes, has beori dismissed. Mrs. Percy Williams underwent a si'vious oppratlon at the St. Clalr bospltal this morning-, performed by Dr Kellogg. Ll' nor Hearst, who have Joined L.iiids to defeat Hryan, have any proof 'o connect Haskell with Standard Oil ••I'-'! Bryan's letter Is regiir.le.l as a '"'illiant coup, , nit' f of the clerk' re llow hidi IT." ' 11)0!" Si. .111'. U II" !S ill I olli piling i Ii' • c - i if'ii '.'<'' i! • oliid-. .-.-tim.'i -- MI' ih*.'--! i HI ii in..'- in ' '. iitl'ii'.-. ui' I ;u.- , n'.'i.- I. 'I'll.'! i' i - I'M.- ; .• boo),., in f.ich precinct. ai.d : •r n! ui.i i "nil-' ration will uri- o! i vvii > ,',i|-- i'.-^o, ''• I upon th" piiM'lnci l.ooU . ' 1'.'! It I !."•! a* MMiII as !'.' lion clones In tlii in.Hib.•!' ! NEWS NOTES FROM THE ROSEDALE COLONY. KO.SICOA1.K, S'-pt. of thf f'ormienail'.'.ia! | around* adjoining i nl!?llt^ silica. A V Mr ITV n,-' . I ^ li - nl a 1 - CUM Tlu well I'l'll'li'l'-d jjiiil Sfrvf.l. Owing to 1 affair* .lurln-' th i was looked i'i.:".v . pleasur,- by tli,. -, • iuat;y wore- ou 1 Pahl! S 'boi.' n MI- i ,.',] '.. :!„. >-o,-!;r, Miller'? Hi ii i j ;.; iefiv-h I M)111 11 few Ml DIABLO VS. OR, SCHAFER I 1 " !h \v. Hi, MEN'S CLUB HAD A GOOD MEETING. Tli" n .-••' ini; ul ' '•'•'• M' I/- I'M! 1 ' . ! i eiiin.-, " i - in'ii Ii >'iiio> "U Th • •;!-• ci'.. sioi. "' ill'- i-.;iii-n<-\ i|iie-tio!. Indulgi'd in. CuiiKi'fssman Smith und W. H. Hill were the principal talkers. Sandwiches and coffee were served later. Regular meetings will be held In the future. Re i,! M .lulu: >rt'. . h'irch Iniif lurln-' n* '.'. ;i rn >'i:i : iys in The Pedro Club will mr-i-t wl'h Mr. ; ami Mrs. Ttarbaueh on Saturday even, i Ing, October 3. This s the first meet-, Ing of the season and Is looked for- j ward to with great pleasure. ' \nothcr ''Ii;.!,-i'i -'ory of Hi,- MOM ii.v loiliiy -,vh"ii "Ut'-h it.^ uirm'iii. ••' '-in I •:• A I' .- Minuini; In ci..i!' ' "I'l.'l'illt; wl'ij ills! In! •:"<! mi.I n o\"i 'l!l Till I'I'llIK" ' COIIipl •'•!'('!,SI' 11 : .oiigh it- i.ttlCfl'M I I i.H'iii. Tli of the woman's injuries. He declared lln-re wi'i'e IV wounds, the most ilail- ::frou)- of which was at tho point of : tin. left shoulder blade. It was two 1 indies dfi'p :t!id about two and oil'-- j halt in h«s long he said. Joe Nichols, the hack driver, wag j '!:,. last, willies:! called. Joe was In. :he hall in, the time of the tight hir . s.i>s lie s;uv none of it for he inki 1 - mioil i aii', be :«ild, to run In the oppo-j .-ill' .iii'i'cilon whenever he seiM a .:•-• .'• wing. | Ivl church, a cook, was subpoenaed j iiut he wan tu;t in attendance. A bonch j warrant, was Ismiod an.l win n he I" i •M seen h" will be i'ateil io ji rather 1111 i \ lew w i'h the i o'lrl. 'I '•• ' Mil 'A ill ;.!(••.i ,i ..II Of 111" s.'!i:,,i!|..n 'st.'il .ria 1 *! I ii ilul I l!',l! iihi/rlr. in ill. li.-COIl! illllf hl> I; court Is asked to i ihe (l(.feii(l.iiit from furfln-r exercising loiiborlty pfiidiiiK the settlement of The complaint Is sworn to by N. K. •. iiii !"r--!ooi| ibai •';•• .|"."oi .!:.'. i fluff volun':i .ly i • ". •••! tile lii.illam-lllcltt. The Asociated Too. Th. Mount Diablo Compiiu;. 'il.-n lirliiKs suit against thts As:-oi'iai'"l '•. (julft. title SfCtlon ^H-:i2-23. Marriage License. I A marriage license was issued today You Need Your Head Th" li,--a'l Ih.i! ,ic!,"- i- :i .t ii. !' ! f.)!! -li'. ,-.i' I"! 1 '.-. r 1 in ,-ii.'.-i;. - llu'll' ; V .'!!<;!! ' :ilY i: 1 il ' i <li--...-f,-..- v.!" i! • ... o:' " :'"! 11;, i. . . I ..i-."' ' h.-a.l:. i ! ---. (!•'•• ;, - - ! :i"'- -' '"I A. D, S. HEADACHE \VAFEP.S. .- - v. .ndov i;i -;-'..: THE KODAK STORE. J. A. Hughe.-; The Leading Prescription Druggist. Phones Main 64 and 74.

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