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PERVISOR OF FORESTS IS
ilmum Sentence for Fifteen Counts
It a Fine of $75,000 and Im.
- prisonment for Fifteen
' Everett B. Thomas, former forest
lervlsor, Is found guilty of the flf
n counts returned against him by
federal grand jury yesterday and
en the maximum sentence, he will
' the government $75,000 in fines and
nd the next seventy-five years In
s stated In the Indictment, all the
udulent claims combined that
omas is alleged to have made, would
amount to over $200, most of the
een counts are for sums less than
'he method, as shown In the lndlct
int, was very simple. The procedure
Is to make out a voucher for ex
nses alleged to have been Incurred In
p service of the United States, but
ilch In reality had not been expended
i all. Thomas stated to Assistant
llted Btates Attorney McKeeby that
really spent the money for which
9 claims were made out, but that he
e<i It to meet expenses that are not
owed by the government, such as
tel bills, and It Is believed that It Is
| that basis that the defense will be
Aifter the Indictment had been re
rned, Thomas, accompanied by D. K.
ellcome and Sherman Pease, went to
c office of the United Btates attorney
d made arrangements to be released
>m custody and the bond for his «p
nranre at his arraignment on Won
y was fixed at $2600 by the United
ndtctments were also returned
tlnst Blng Kee, a Chinaman of San
;go, who was charged In six counts
:h defacing, mutilating, impairing
i lightening gold coins of the value
$20, $10 and ' $5, and passing the
ne "sweated" coins upon tradesmen
San Diego. He Is in Jail in San
ego and will be brought from that
y to be arraigned Monday,
iarry Carrlngton and Walter Car.
gton were Indicted on the charge of
personating a United Btates deputy
.rshal and extorting $5 from Mrs.
les Rost, ke«per of a lodging house
l> true bill wan returned by the grand
•y ngaliiHt Karl 11. Bmmons, alias
Alvln. alias "Eleven," on the charge
hivin? In his possession and at
tempting to pass a $1 silver certificate
raised to represent a $20 bill. The bill
was shown In the evidence before the
grand Jury, but the work was so clum
sy and crude that no person using ordi
nary precaution would be deceived
Herman Woods and William J.
Banks were indicted, charged with hav
ing manufactured molds, hubs and dies
for the purpose of manufacturing coun
Y. M. C. A. IS FLOURISHING
General Secretary D. E. Luther Makes
Annual Report at Meeting
At a meeting of the board of trustees
of the Y. M. C. A. yesterday, D. E.
Luther, the general secretary, made a
report which showed the various
branches of the association in a flour
There are 309 students enrolled In the
night school, which is a large gain over
the attendance of last year. During
the sixty days since the opening of
the fall work, $1824 has been received,
which Is more than double the amount
for the entire previous season. Mr.
Luther spoke of the increased demand
for room, although another building
has been secured in connection with
the larger building. It was reported
that the increase of membership for
the month of October was 298, which
is expected to be greatly enlarged dur
ing the present membership contest.
The work of the various departments
was reviewed by Mr. Luther, which
showed encouraging results.
Mexican Colonization & Transporta
tion Co. Directors: G. W. Perkins,
Edwin Bird, Donald Barker, A. R.
Field and F. Huron of Lob Angeles.
Capital stock. $500,000, with $50,000 sub
Athenian club. Directors: Nick Gos
tas, Mak Tomis and Gust Gutglos of
Los Angeles. No capital stock.
Imperial Ice Co. Directors: J. r>.
Blanchard, A. K. Beane, Godfrey
Schmidt, C. W. Anderson and H.
Michel. Capital stock, $50,000, with $SOO
Western Amet Gas Co. Directors:
E. H. Amet, J. A. Woollaoott, W. A.
Bondurant, F. It. Kellogg and N. G.
Douglass of Los Angeles. Capital
stock, $500,000, with $249,000 subscribed.
Ohio Gold Dredging Co. Directors:
Oust Anderson, Melcher Emmlngton,
B. 15. Prattler, E. R. Brooks and John
Morton. Capital stock, $160,000, with
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LOS ANGELES HERALD t SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1905.
GETS DIVOKCE MOM HUSBAND
WHO IS ACCUSED OF BIGAMY
Pretty Elsie Zerman Says She Was Cursed and
Beaten by Man Now Under Arrest on
Charge of Marrying Another
Mrs. Elßle Zerman. the pretty younK
wife of Victor E. Zerman, was granted
an Interlocutory decree of divorce from
her husband by Judge York In depart
ment three of the superior court yes
It was not necessary for the young
woman to tell of her troubles, and her
husband's second marrlnge and his ar
rest on a charge of bigamy were not
referred to In the divorce proceedings.
When Mrs. Zorman took the stand
she was very nervous, find clasped and
unclasped her hands, but managed to
tell of her wrongs.
"We were married In Santa. Ana in
September, 1901," said Mrs. Zerman.
"One year later we moved to I,os An
geles, and since then my married life
has been one continual round of
trouble. On one • occasion when we
were rooming on West Ninth street,
my husband came home late one even-
Ing and demanded, to know where his
overcoat was. I told him he had taken
it away with him that morning, and
he cursed me and told me to look for
it. I went to a closet to look for the
garment, but was unable to find It,
and again he cursed and shook me,
and then caught hold of my arm and
marched me to the closet. When he
found his coat was not there he cursed
some more and left the houße. He re
turned late that night, but refused to
speak to me.
Tells of Cruelty
"The next morning he was still
angry, and when he asked for his
breakfast I had It ready for him. I
told him that the coffee was too warm
for him to drink right then, but that
If he winhed I would cool it for him
by putting some water or milk In It.
He said I didn't know how to cook
coffee and then he slapped my face
and left the house.
"On another occasion he becamo
angry and choked me and slapped mo
because he did not like his meals, and
as I fled to my room he threw the sil
verware after me.
"He left me a year ago last July,
telling nte that he was tired of living
with me and that h« wus going to Ban
Franclgco. That was the last I saw
"Where Is your husband?" asked the
"I don't know," answered the young
woman, as tears came to her eyes, "he
must be In Jail now."
"Where was he the last time you
heard of. him?" asked the judge,
"The last time I heard from him he
was In Ban Francisco, under arrest,"
nnswered Mrs. Zerman, and at that
moment her father entered the room,
carrying Victor, the bright-eyed two
year-old son of the young plaintiff.
The boy looked at his mother, and
then, holding out his little arms, he
culled to her.
"Oh, mamma," he cried, "I want
At Bight of the little fellow the
mother broke down and left the wit
Other witnesses testified that Zerman
was a healthy, strapping fellow, weigh
ing about 160 pounds, that he was an
athlete, and on many occasions limcl
used his muscle to slap and abuse his
Says He Threw Baby on Floor
On one occasion, according to the
testimony of Mrs. Zerman's mother.
Zerman tore her baby from her arms
and threw the infant on the floor and
struck the mother across the mouth,
sending her to the floor. Later, when
he left the house, ho kissed the baby.
"Victor, 1 should think you would be
ashamed to kiss the bnby nfter what
you have done," remonstrated the
According to the wife, Zerman
leaned over her, and before she could
put the baby down, he struck her on
both sides of the face. He then left
Zerman arrived in Los Angeles last
night. His marriage with Miss Vonnie
M. Turner last Saturday, the services
of which were performed by Rev. E. A.
Healy of the University Methodist
Episcopal church, had not turned out
as happily as he had expected, and
Zerman Is alarmed at his arrest on
the bigamy charge.
Mrs. Zermnn first learned the news
of her husband's second marriage from
a paragraph In a newspaper, and was
astounded, as she thought Zerman was
In San Francisco, but prompted by her
love for her little boy, who bears his
father's name, she at first refused to
prosecute her worthless husband.
Zerman was traced to San Francisco
by police officers and arrested there.
He was brought back to Los Angeles
last night by Sheriff White, and will
probably be arraigned In the superior
According to statements of Zerman's
friends In San Francisco, the only ex
cuse Zerman gives for his alleged dual
marriage is that Miss Turner asked
him to marry her and he could not re
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PRIEST HONORED BY POPE
Rev. Father Barron Accorded Many
Privileges by Pontiff During
Visit to Europe
After a European trip lasting six
months and covering 15,000 miles, Rev.
Joseph Barron, pastor of St. Mary's
church, returned yesterday thankful
that ho was again In the "City of th°
Aiißels." His return voyase was
murred by rouetli seas and he says he
will never forget the scenes on the
Campania during the storm in which
several lives wpre lost. Aside from this
he enjoyed a pleasant trip.
While In Romp Father Barron re
ceived many special privilogps, arriving
there Just in time for tlje solemn pro
cession in which the pope was carried
for the first time In Mute sind which
was viewed by 40,000 people. Falhir
fSarron had an exceptionally good po
sition at the altar and has words of
prnire for the pope. MT7I
Father Ilarrnn received an audience
with the pope, and later, with several
priests, spent half an hour In his com
pany when he addresser! tho first com
munion children. Father Barron was
also privileged to hear the maf>s cele
brated by the pope and to receive com
munion from the hands of the pontiff.
During his trip Father Barron toured
Spain, France and Switzerland ami
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tombs of the apostles.
After visiting Kngland Father Barron
went to Ireland, where he visited rela
tives. He says that Ireland is in a
much better condition than when he
loft it tn take up the work of th-3
priesthood in America and that it Is
advancing In many ways.
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