The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 7, 1908 · Page 1
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Vol. XX. BAKERSFIKLD, CALIFORNIA, ^lOXDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1«H)8. No. 107 TAG DAY IN LAND In Bank $4,031.68 Not reported (estimated) 1,200.00 Donation, land 6,000.00 Total Bakersfleld Tag Day $11,231.68 Tag Day in Other Cities. Fresno $3000 'Stockton 2200 San Jose 2600 Los Angeles 7500 Sacramento 8117 S?m Francisco and Oakland are the only cities In California that surpassed Baliersfleld in the proceeds of Tag Day. San Francisco had $28,000, but if her people had given in proportion to population, her tag day fund would have been nearly, If not quite, a million. Oakland and Berkeley raised $22,000. On the basis of the Bakersfleld scale per capital, tho<w two cities would have raised neaily a half million. On actual cash, Bakersfleld's tag (lay netted over $2000 more than Fresno, as much as Fresno and Stockton combined. In actual value, including land donation, Bakersfleld yielded Ou per cent more than the total fund of Fresno, Stockton, and San Jose. Not bad in a city of 10,000 population. The full returns are not yet to be had. The oil fields and the'Muricona and Midway country have not yet been heard from, nor have the other pans of the county. But in cash, the Californian is safe In announcing that the totiil will be more tlmn $5Ji>o. All day Ions Alex Heyman and Ceo. Brundagc counted and wrapped nickles and dimes In the First National Bank. Late this afternoon the total amount of cash was $4031.68, with much territory yet to be heard from. The amount in the oil fields is estimated at from $(',00 to ?fiO() and It is known that collections were heavy on the west side. It l.< difficult for the committee to on dis- that will iuterst: Mrs. W. L,. Dixon's district . Mrs. E. L. Willow's district A. F. Sloner'a committee . B. L. Bruntlage's cSmmlttee .loe Goodwin's committee .. 121.05 Major Rice's committee .... Iu9.4o Alfred Harrell's committee 100.00 James Magulre's committee 97.65 J. A. Hughes' committee 60.00 Kern City collections 387.35 H is notable that in Mrs. Willow's district the largest single contribution was but $10. In Kern Mrs. Thayers district workers brought'in $101.60, Mrs. Cumin's district, $132.60 and Mrs. G. G. Hutch- Ings, $50.60. The St. Cecelia Society gave $2.50. Today It was announced that the Miller & Lux JOE CANNON i fTTO niTATinil Lose Suit kETS OVATION - WASHINGTON, Dec. 7.— Both WASHINOTON Dec 7— In the «°'<9es of Congress held brief sessions casI A o? Sr Tllux^'the Ba^t Bide ! ™». but adjournn^nt wa s taken In rnmnany j n . : inspect to the memory ot members nna nn prMnti . Ifornla, the Supreme Court today affirmed the decision of -the United States Circuit Court for the southern district of California. Miller & Lux owned a large tract ol land on the headwaters of the San witnessed a remarkable demonstration for Speaker Cannon. Sherman was accorded an ovation and In like manner the Democrats applauded their __ l/t . uluwi _ a ^^ Joaquln River, and brought suit to ob. | r( , w lea(ler> champ ciark. tain an Injunction prohibiting the East Approaches a Billion. Side Company from diverting water WASHINGTON, Dec. 7.—The secre- from that-stream, which runs through , of Ule treaaury today transmitted THE COMMITTEE _ RETURNS THANKS. To the Public of Kern County—The committee on tag day for the Children's Shelter offers you its most heartfelt thanks for your '•Sympathy and generous response to the needs of the children in the shelter. It also wishes to give special thanks to the newspapers the value of whose co-operation is inestimable to the host of workers who gave of their time and energy so gladly. MRS. PRANK WEBSTER, President. MISS BLANCH WEILL, Secretary. Woodmen of the World have contributed $50, and other donations are yet to come from fraternal societies. Mrs. James Maguire, 30 far ,as reported, sold the largest umber of tickets credited to an individual, the number being 1500. Mrs. J. Benson Wrenn, who made preat sales, cannot segregate her own proceeds from those of her workers who turned In to her during the day. She gave the committee at night $390 as the result of her labors. F. M. Car. lock contributed $10 today. The committee will get together tomorrow and try to get accurate figures on the work of each captain. But then there Is praise enough and credit enough to go round, so that none need he slighted. Saturday Night. C'itv ""rustee Sinner ilresse.l as a lady. "Mrs. I'.isi-y." with Frank Muni zer :•'.- her husband, made a lilt on Satui"i.-;y eveiiint;. Aocomiiai!:" I by H. A. Jiistro, J. M. Jameson, Frank K.OK-1- and others, Mr. and M.S. Cas-ey nvi'le the rounds of the town, and v/hen they got back to head jn (Continued on page 2.) Miller & Lux lands, for Irrigation outside of those lands. ' ride of those lands. They contended their rights as riparian owners were superior to those of the canal company. The circuit court dismissed the case on a technicality. Miller & Lux sued as a Nevada corporation and It was claimed that It had been organized Into a corporation In Nevada merely to bring suit In a Federal court The court held this act was evidence of collusion and therefore threw the case out without entering upon merits. Justice Harlan announced court's decision this morning. to Congress a book of estimates of ap. ALL LIARS ANDTEMPLOR SIRIKE LIES SAYS ROOSEVELT WASHINGTON, Dec. T.— President Roosevelt has,, through Win. Dudley Foulk, replied to the charges that the $40,000,000 paid by this government to M. Z. Elliott, who Is drilling with « rotary on the southeast quarter of section 31, 29-21 In Templor, has encountered the oil sand at three hundred feet according to oil men who visited that district yesterday. Drilling has been temporarily suspended because of a big bowlder which block* found Us way for the most 'part Into i he hands of an American syndicate, which with Chas. P. Taft, a brother fIU,lHMf,UYfU I'll HI Uj I 11 ID BV! V Cl UUJOUb HJ i/*^*-*»«*»« v*», v» tJt& u\sn «»*\j» T« *••*<•» *f*wrmf- France for the Panama Canal rights ed the way, hut this was cleared aside yesterday by a large charge of dy« narqlto. » _. The Elliott well In in the midst of* of President-elect Taft, had purchased ] large number of sinking holes and the the stock of the French company. The Indianapolis News and the New York Sun have- been most prominent in making these charges, and In reply proprlatlons required for the public Mr. Roosevelt says both papers have service for the fiscal year ending 1 lied and their editors are liars. He June 30. 1910. the total 408,948. being $824,- Its the RUEF CASE HEARS END MORE ARRESTS IN BUCKEY CASE SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 7.—The de- tense In the Ruef case rested at 11 o'clock this morning after having offered little but documentary evidence. I Thfrn were no witnesses for the dei fense and at 11 o'clock the defense announced its close. says he has no Infprmatlon as to who owned the stock, that being a matter that concerned the French government. I Uevelin Smith, editor of the Indianapolis News, Is dubbed as a "conspicuous offender against the laws ot truth and honesty." and of tho Sun, the President says It practices every "form of mendacity known to man." The Sun Replies. NEW: YORK, Dep. G.—Mr. Laffln, editor of the New York Sun presents his compliments to Mr. Roosevelt and acknowledges bin active sensibility In respect to the attention which Mr. ! Roosevelt has been good enough to I pay him In his letter to William Dud- I ley Foulke of Indiana. i "Notwithstanding the directness of strike has lent much encouragement to those smith of the southern line of the Templor Ranch Oil Company, one- half a mile south of the Associate* and the same distance east of the Springfield. ; The magnitude of the strike Is not known yet. The oil Is said to be • ot good gravity and tho sand belt is ot the same distance down as that pier* e-il by the Templor Ranch people. JIM Iff ANSWERS CALL Warrants were issued from .Justice Black's court today for the arrest of J. F. and A. J. McVean, Van Arman and six others who are alleged to have taken forcible possession of the Buckeye refinery in the Korn River field late Saturday nlfiht. Sheriff Kelly made the arrests this afternoon and the McVeans ami their employes were soon released on $100 bail bonds. The complaint was drawn by W. W. Kaye and C. L. Claflin representing, complication of heart and the bondsmen. Finch and otlic eastern , eases. OHlHtalifts who an- in contest with the McVoan's and others for the possession of the property in the now ct-lo- brati',1 suit. C. I.. Si-aaer, In ch:m:i> of the rollnery at the .thin- the alli'~i'd forcible entry was made, swore to the cnmpUiint, fU-orsr- Callunm is the niaiumer of the relncry. The McVeans. It is understood, hs- sert that Calhoun is working the iiniji- erty through au illegal I'Mse im.l tnk- ins advantage o)' this technicality took possession of the property Saturday n I slit. _—, -«->-* arguments were begun thi&arter , his challenge, the editor of the Sun de-1 noon and the case will probably go to/'lines a controversy with Mr. Roose- , the jury on Wednesday. i velt. He la by no means Indifferent 1 to the Implied compliment, discernable | In Mr. Roosevelt's tirade, but Mr. | Roosevelt has shown In his frequent [collisions with various persons of (11» tlnt-tlon that he has an overwhelming C.C, IS NO MORE J. E, Miller, one of the pioneers of the county and known as well hi thta cliy as in tho mountain section, where he for many years resided, died at the flood Samaritan hospital in Los Ange. les yesterday after an illness extending ovor several weeks. In October lust Mr. Miller was stricken with paralysis and since then his condition grew steadily worse. For a time he was at the Bakersfleld Sanatorium and later at his request ho was re* moved to the oil fields where he had the funeral. The remains are at Payne & Son's chapel. HERMAN BILLIK REPRIEVED TO JANUARY 29. BUT SUPPOSE THESE DEPOSITS WERE GUARANTEED SPRINGFIELD, 111.. Dec. 7.— Herman Billlk, sentenced to hang at Chicago on next Frl- day, was reprieved until January 29th, today by Governor Deneen. <• | SPRINGFIELD, Mo., Dec. 7. —The Exchange National Bank, one of the largest in Springfield, was closed today by order of the comptroller of the currency. The capital Is $100,000 and the deposits over $2,100,000. .advantage over any respectable antag. relatives. His condition growing pre- lonlst In his (Mr. Roosevelt's) com- carious, however, he was removed last 1 -ilete freedom from any sense of pur- Tuesday to Los Angeles, but medical ' fonal obligation In respect to th« | "Kill could not avert the end. Jim Miller, as he was commonly called, was a familiar figure and had ft wide acquaintanceship and a host ol ! riencls throughout the county. His borne for more than a quarter of S century was at Amallt", where he was extensively interested in the stock huslnei-s and mining. lie was a native of Texas and was 5fi years of age. The deceased leaves a widow and une daughter, Mrs. S. C. Morgan. He was a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Klka of this city and the funeral will lie held here tomorrow afternoon under the auspices I ol the order. The remains will arrive , from the south tomorrow morning ao- I companlod by the widow and the | daughter and her husband. They will I1 e escorted to the undertaking parlors ! of Dlxon and Sons where they will He j In state until 2:30, the time set for 1 the funeral. Rev. D. M. Crabtree will j conduct the services at tho parlors j while the Elks will bo In charge at the grave. The pall bearers will be M, Cesmaf, H. A. Jastro, G. T. Nlghbert, W. V. Mat lack, L. O. Pauly and A. T. Light- I truth. The editor of the Sun Is fully Charles C. Scrlbner, an old time res-' a iive to the extremity of the Incon- ident of the city d.led yesterday after , V enience which attaches to a personal a long Illness. He suffered from a controversy with a man who has other dis- ( .| )own i,| mse if capable of suppression (and perversion of Individual corres- The deceased had boon in Hakers- • pomlence, an act, which. In ordinary field for moro than twenty-five years, life, would, In HIP cognizance of any coming here from his home In Ohio In : club or association of self-respecting iSS4. For several years past he had ; gentlemen, entail bis prompt o-xpul- been conducting an employment agen-| s |on. cy In this city, furnishing help In j .. [n say | ns those things we; cannot large numbers for the railroads and • l!issl |j H(> ",„„• chagrin and humiliation large construction projects. No ar-, llmt tl)e p( .,. aon w ho Is addressed is rangemcnts have yet been made for . (ls() (hu p r ,. s |dent of tho- United States." Official Vote on Amendments You Notice We Say a Good Deal About, "Value;" Did you Ever Think What That Mean's? You want value when you pay out clothes money; you probably think you get it, whatever; wherever vou bu$ r . Do you? "Vnlue" UH \vr use (he wonl means licit only whnt you jret for your money, but the way you feel about it afterwards: the eonfideiiee you have that you've jrnt what you want; and a guarantee of it that lusts us lorii,' us the clothes last. You'll •retail this in our suits. You'll p-t full measure of it ot whatever price you choose to pay. All fabrics, nil models, nil nixes. SACRAMENTO. Dec. T.— The com-, plete returns on the rote cast at the nor ' late election In this state on amend- _....- ments to tho constitution were made Flvt Saturday by W. E. Vovan, statistician in the office of Secretary of State Cur- . ry and are as follows: I T"e County Board of Education met ' No 1 ' flt tho Emerson school building this TEACHERS' FOR 8ERTIFICATE8. ' ' Five applicants presented themselves, Senate No. 14—nulslng salarlos of, fol]l . | ft(ijOH illui 0 ,, e ,,f u, 0 B terner sex. htate officers: For, 02,385; against,; Arithmetic was the piece de reslu- '•'2,1180. . -** tanco and tho subject consumed most Senate No. If!—Relating to leglsla- „,• ,| 10 ^y^ Tin- examination will continue during the entire week. THE TOGGERY Copyright, 1908, by LOWELL « BLOOM No. If!—Relating to legislative sessions nnd compensation of members: For 110,600; against, 68,Senate No. 2fi—Relating to the assessment of mortgages: For, 90,061; ! against, 90,896. ' '< Senate No. 2!t—Relating to state IniiebtednesH: For, 1)7,237; against, 63,. ; Senate No. 31—cRlatinfi to tho extension of the terms of existence of corporations: For, 115,412: against, M.849. ; Senate- \o. 32—Relating to limitations of employes of senate and assembly: For, 135,113; against, 48,144.' Senate No. 33—Relating to the reliability of stockholders of corporations: For. 103,025; against, 70,575. ; Senate No. 34— Relating to lotteries and to fictitious sale of corporate flock: For, Ofi,235; against, 84,778. Assembly No. 3—Relating to the primary law for the slate; For, 152,- s.13; against. 46,772. i Assembly No, 7—Relating to elfic- i tlon and compensation of county of-, inccr*: For, 107,244; against, 69.479. j I Assembly No. 8—Relating to a spec-; ! lal tax for the support of day and . i evening schools, technical schools, j etc.: For, 97,763; against, 87,584. ' Assembly No. 24—Relating to the 'state board of education: For, 67,i 4117; UKainst, 107,613. I Senate No. 850—For removing the capital from Sacramento to Berkeley; i For, 87, 378; against, 165,630. Senaie No. 461—To provide for the S-an Francisco seawall: For, 92,532; against, 96,693. Senaie No. 812—Relating to India llasin fund: For, 84,526; against, 1n5,478. *-«•*—• THE WEATHER. MOST EVERYONE IN TOWN HAS A BAD COLD. Hut you CHII avoid it if you take A. D. S. Cold and Grippe Cure at the start your eold will depart ipiii-k- ly. •' We don't understand why anybody would let a cold develop, when it can he so easily elimiiuited from the system. lliiii,' up at .Main fi-l and have a 25c piu-lwise delivered it* you wish to he safe from Hie dangers that folds always threaten. THE KODAK STORE J. A. Hughes, The Leading Prescription Druggist. Phone* Main 64 and 74.

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