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Oberlander Was Mixed Up in an Official Fight. San Diego Officials ffrying to Down Los Angeles Men. Deputy United States Marshal Marsh Talks About the Case-He Has Sensational Affidavit* in Hl* Fo«*e*slon. Deputy Marshal A. W. Marsh re turned yesterday from Tia Juana, where he had gone under telegraphic instruc tions, to take depositions and affidavits regarding (he Ooerlander matter. In talking of the case yesterday to a Her ald reporter, he spoke as follows: "After a full investigation of the mat ter by Judge Pedro Rendon and General Ross, the acting governor, and upon the arrival of Governor Torres, it was de cided on Thursday to dismiss the case against Oberlanuer, in which he was charged with arresting Juan Cruz on Mexican territory. This action was taken by the Mexican authorities not because they were entirely convinced that Ooerlander was not guilty, but be cause it was shown that be was in reality acting for certain prominent officials in San Diego who have been very desirous of procuring evidence against myself and Smallcomb for tbe alleged kidnaping of Orosthwaite. I, knowing three weeks previous to my arrest for that supposed offense that the warrant for me had been issued, and that service of it had been delayed while au attempt was made to suborU witnesses, have kept careful watch on the parties who have had the case against me in hand, with the result that f have in my possession affidavits showing why and hew Oberlander came to be mixed up in tbe arrest of Cruz on Mexican soil. "As I stated, Oberlander was released formally on Thursday and tbe case was dismissed. In doing this the Mexican Sovernment, has however, not admitted aat be was rearrested on American soil, after his escape from the Mexican aide. That matter is still under investigation, and Judge Fuentes and tbe four rurales whom Oberlander alleges kidnaped him after his escape, were arrested on Thurs day and sent to Eneenada to answer his charge. "I can state that I am in possession of an affidavit by Oberlander which im plicates a number of San Diego officials. I cannot give this to the press at present, but I will' say that tho affidavit will be amply corrob orated by others in my possession. "The facts in tbe Oberlander case have been grossly exaggerated in the press reports. The Mexican officials, under the direction of Governor Torres, have given the case a most thorough, impartial examination, and have dis played the utmost courtesy towards this country while thorougbly maintaining the dignity of their own." PUBLIC WORKS. Proceeding* of the Board at Yesterday* Beetlon. The board of public works at its meet ing yesterday adopted the following recommendations to the council: Our attention has been called to the fact that a petition will be presented by the National Ice company, to the coun cil, at its next meeting, for permission to place wagon scales on Vine street, be tween First and Second streets, and we recommend that permission he granted. Recommend that tbe matter of pav ing Pearl street, between Sixth and Pico streets, be suspended for sixty days and tbe contract bond be annulled. Recommend that all proposals for grading Santee street be rejected, and tbe city clerk instructed to re-advertise for bids. Recommend that ten days further time be granted the contractor in which to complete tbe grading of Boston street between Pearl and Centennial streets. Recommend that petition No. 321 from Mmes. Yapp and Perry for coun cil to abandon portions of the west side of Trinity street be granted, provided petitioners pay all costs incidental to said abandonment. In the matter of petition No. 323 from Prof. A. Cuyas et al., for council to change the name of Sonora street to The Two Republics, we recommend that the name be changed to Republic street. Recommend that tbe bid of J. P. Jones for grading, curbing and laying cement sidewalks on Soto street batween Brooklyn avenue and Sheridan street at $0.35 per lineal foot for street complete, be accepted and the accompanying reso lution of award be adopted. Recommend that the bid of U. G. Baldwin for grading hill on west city boundary between Sixth and Seventh streets at $898.50 be accepted, and the city attorney instructed to draw contract for city to pay for one-half of said work and the supervisors to pay for the other half. Recommend that the ordinance of in tention to grade, curb., etc., Los Ange les street between Seventh and Twenty third streets be placed on its passage. In the matter of petition No. 342, from R. F. Tanhey, relating to storm water damaging his property on the south side of Seventh street, we recommend that the city engineer give tbe estab lished grade of curbs at the point re ferred to, to the street superintendent, so that the same can be raised to the offi cial grade. In tbe matter of petition No. 247, from Joseph Lougheed et al., to have pro ceedings instituted for the opening of Boundary and Hoover streets to Jeffer son street, we recommend that tbe city engineer be instructed to furnish the city attorney with a description of prop erty to be taken for said opening, and that ordinance of intention be presented, and that the district of assessment be fixed to include lots fronting on said streets between Alvarado and Jefferson streets. In the matter of proposals to grade and curb Hill street between First and Second streets, we recommend the ac ceptance of. the bid of M. McOreal, for the sum of $6.80 per front foot complete, and that tbe accompanying resolution of award be adopted. Buckles'* Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts braise* ■ore*, uioers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter > chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively oures pile*, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat isfaction, or money refunded. Prlee, 26 cent* per box. For sale by 0. F. Helnzeman. California Vinegar Works, SSS Banning street, opposite soap factory, near Alameda and First streets, one-half block from electric Ught work*. •»•—«» Call at C. Duoommun'i, 302 N. Main street, for fine ladle*' shears, scissors and pocket cutlery, imported direct 'from Europe. MANY DEFENDANTS. The Temple-Street Grade Suit Up Before Judge Shaw. The case of the city of Los Angeles against Linde et al. came up for trial yesterday in department five. There are 189 defendants in this suit,and twen ty-one attorneys, representing sixty seven of the defendants, turned up in court, many of them accompanied by their clients, yesterday. This suit grows out of the celebrated Temple-street grade, and tbe proceed ings promise to be of a very lively char acter. Judge Shaw continued the case over until this morning, when the decks will be cleared for action. THE OUTFALL *SEWER CASE. Plenty of Bxpert Witness** on the Part of the Defense. The suit for right of way brought by the city of Los Angeles against Dan Freeman for the proposed outfall sewer is still dragging its weary length in de partment four of the superior court. The following witnesses were put on the stand: John A. Pirtle, C. H. Howland, M. D. Johnson, Wesley Clark, J. M. Elliott, Lewis Thorne and ex-Governor Lionel A. Sheldon. The case will be concluded some time next week, and a host of expert witnesses are being ex amined for the defense. MUSCULAR SHOP GIRLS. TOUHG WOMEN WHO ARE HANDY WITH THEIB FISTS. They Practice Daily In the Store's Base ment—One Kxpert Knocked An other Out and Then Fainted. Tbe men with immense neckties and small muscles, who ornament Spring street in the afternoon and ogle the girls as they pass by are notified to steer clear of certain young women who work in a large retail dry goods store on Spring street. Whether their actions of late are de signed with a view to take the law in their own hands as far as the mashers go, or not, the fact remains that the boys would not be in it if one of these muscular girls should take it into her head to resent a particularly bold stare or significant wink. In some way tbe girls who work in the establishment have procured a set of boxing gloves. • There are quite a num ber of young women employed in the store, and they found a quiet nook in the basement, where a number of lively rights have taken place at odd times. More than one of the pretty darlings have acquired proficiency in the noble art of self-defense, and the way they punch each other's heads is said to be a sight worth more than a seat at the coming Sullivan-Cbrbett fight. They have picked up tbe usual slang phrases which are expressive of the ring, and the bouts between the girls have been conducted with such secrecy that it was only by a solemn oath as to the source of his information that a Herald reporter was given a tip about the matter. * One of the girls is quite a friend of Solly Smith, who distinguished himself in San Francisco two days ago. She was very much wrought up about tbe pending fight, and while in that condi tion, and in the lull between a little mill between herself and a demi-brunette said that if Solly didn't whip Hawkins, when he came home she would punch bis head for him herself. Tbe girls have to steal away to the basement for their amusement, and can't speak very loud for fear of being found out, but when a particularly vig orous thump in the ribs is given or taken the feminine chorus which arises is said to beggar description. One pretty blonde who has been the admiration of numerous mashers on the streets for a long time, actually knocked out one of the girls not long since by a vicious up percut. She was so frightened by her success that she. fainted, and said after wards that nothing could ever induce her to put on the gloves again. FIRST BRIGADE ENCAMPMENT. Newport Beech Proposed as the Next Camping Grounds. How would it do to have the First brigade encampment at Newport land ing? says the Santa Ana Blade. At tbe officers' meeting in Los Angeles several days ago the subject of a place for the next National guard encamp ment, and the time for holding it, was discussed. It was decided to go into camp sometime between the 3d and 10th of August. When the place for, holding the encampment came up, Santa Monica, last year's camping ground, Ventura, San Juan and Newport were proposed. Ven tura was looked upon favorably by some, San Juan by others, and Newport by still others. Major McKelvey thinks that probably if proper concessions as regards water and camping grounds can be ob tained the camp may he taken to New port. The camp and drill groundß would be obliged to be situated on the bluff above tbe beach, and water hauled in. Newport will be a popular resort this summer. It will be well patronized, and well cared for by the parties in charge of the beach, and why not draw still more attention to it in this manner? What do the guardsmen think of it? — HELODERMA HORRIDAM. Or. Goodfellow of Tucson Bitten by One Becently. Dr. Goodfellow was severely bitten by a Gila monster at Tucson on Saturday last. He was playing with the reptile, when it took hold of one of his fingers in its teetb and bit through the flesh. The doctor did not anticipate any seri ous trouble, but his anticipations were not well founded. He has been laid up ever since, but is reported much better today and will attend to business again tomorrow. This instance again goes to prove that the bite of tbe Heloderma horridam is venomous, syndicate newspaper writers who have never seen one to the contrary notwithstanding. ——————— liOSt. . Once lost, it is difficult to restore tbe hair. Therefore be warned in time, lest you become bald. Skookum root hair grower stops falling hair. Sold by druggists. • Special Today. Special Today. We are offering a line of all silk neck wear, Windsors, tecks, bows and four-in hands, for twenty-five cents each; worth double tbe price. I. L. Lowman, Leading haberdasher, ISO S. Spring st. Hotel Arcadia, Santa Monica, la now open for the touriiU' season. THE LOS ANGELES HERALD; SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1892. THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. Getting Ready for the Chicago World's Fair.. The Meeting Yesterday of the Local Committee. The Women's Annex and Silk Culture. Beports of Committees—The Bus iness Transacted—World's The meeting of the Lob Angeles county world's fair committee was held in the rooms of the Los Angeles chamber of commerce yesterday, Charles Forrester occupying the chair and Frank Wiggins acting as secretary. Messrs. Wells. Klokke, Teale, Lukens, Mosber and Vawter were the other members pres ent. Tbe minutes of the last meeting were read and approved, after which Mrs. Lansingh appeared before the committee as a representative of the ladieß' annex, i with illustrations of the orange wood " bedroom set that tbe ladies wish to have made and exhibited at tbe world's fair in the ladies' department, as illustrating , woman's work in this country. She also gave a report of the progress made in their silk culture undertaking, and - stated that they were in need of finan cial assistance to carry on both projects. The matter was taken under advise ment and referred to Mrs. Cole, who ' represents the commission on woman's work from this district. In the report of the standing commit tees, the committee on dried fruits, canned goods, etc., reported that Bishop & Co. of this city would require 225 ; square feet to exhibit their crystallized fruit, and that tbe California Fruit Evaporating and Manufacturing com pany would require 240 square feet in the state building and 600 square feet in tbe department building for exhibiting their dried fruits and evaporator, and that the Southern California Packing company would require 100 square feet in tbe state building. The committee on literature reported that A. D. Marchand had applied for 160 square feet in each the state and de partment buildings for a photographic display. The committee on cereals, wines, nuts, etc., reported that C. S. Campbell-John ston of Garvanza would exhibit Burger, claret and port wines, and that the Los Nietos Walnut-Growers' association had offered to exhibit 200 sacks of walnuts, provided the committee would furnish the design wherein to make tbe exhibit, and also that Wells A. White would re quire 240 square feet of space in the manufacturers' building for exhibiting carriages with his patent hub. The committee on citrus trees, shrubs, etc., reported that they had sent a list to the state commission wherein tbey bad promised to furnish, as this county's quota, 460 trees and shrubs for the California display. The other committees reported favor able progress.' There appearing to be no committee on curios, the chair appointed a commit tee to act in this capacity consisting of T. P. Lukens, O. M. Wells and E. F. C. Klokke. Mr. Lukens reported tha* W proper protection could be guaranteed, he could furnish one of the largest col lections of Indian baskets, curios, etc., ever exhibited from this state. It was moved and carried that the committee be empowered to receive bids for making cases wherein to make curio display, and also ascertain what would be tbe expense of caring for the same during the exposition. A communication was received from a taxidermist offering to sell the com mittee a collection of California birds. The matter was referred to the commit tee on curios, who reported that there was a collection of birds at Pasadena that would probably be placed on exhi bition at Chicago, that would fully illus trate the different species of California birds. Tbe Ulrich plan of horticultural court display of citrus fruits, shrubs, flowers, etc., was accepted, provided such plants and shrubs could be substituted for those named that tbe committee were unable to furnish. Several communications were read and referred to proper committees. Bills amounting to (249.72, were or dered paid, and the committee ad journed to meet on the last Friday in June. WHERE IS MYRTLE? Her Sister Wants the Police to Find Her. A little girl came crying to the police station yesterday afternoon to ask the police department to find ber Bister, Myrtle Farmer, whom her parents thought had mysteriously disappeared. The girl is 16 years old, but would easily be|taken for 20, as she is large and well developed. She had been working on a ranch for several weeks, cooking, but came home, and day before yester day started out from her home, No, 1018 Freeman street, to seek employment. She took a basket in which were some work clothes. Since that time she baa not been heard from by her parents, and they fear she has run away or met with Borne accident. She visited several employment agencies but had not found any employment, as far as the little sister had learned. The matter was put in the hands of tbe police to ascertain, if possible, what had become of the young woman. The family is a worthy one, the father being quite an invalid. ANOTHER INJUNCTION. A Santa Monica Citizen Sues the Santa Fe Bond. The war of the Santa Fe in getting into Santa Monica seems to be obstruct ed by many legal difficulties, which, however, have been steadily sur mounted. Yesterday afternoon a suit was filed in the county clerk's office by John S. Thayer against tho Southern California Bail way company. The plaintiff owns property at the corner of Bay street and Santa Monica avenue, and claims that the employees of the defendant are lay ing rails along Lucas avenue, and have. already*entered on his premises and are laying rails there. He prays for an in junction against the road and an adjust ment of his claim against the defendant company. Angostura Bitters, the celebrated appetizer, of exquisite flavor, is used all over the world. Dr J. a. B. Slegert & Sons, sole manufacturers. Ask your druggist. To the World's Fair tfree. Yon may doubt it, but by calling at the Pa cific Tea company, 108 South Main street, they will convince you as to the truth of the above heading. Fair Notes. THE POLICE COURTS. Seamy Side Matters Which Came Up Yesterday. The case of John Mason, charged with stealing a watch from Hazel Kirke, was up before Judge Owens again yesterday, and owing to the absence of a witness for the defendant, was again postponed until May 31st. A gentleman who gave his name as C. Jones brought a pair of gold earrings to the police station late yesterday after noon, which he found on Spring street near the old court bouse. Yesterday before Justice Owens John Beecher was tried for disturbing the peace and found guilty. He raised a row in a lodging house on North Main street, a few nights ago, while laboring under the effects of liquor. He was fined $30. After the case was over he was complained against for making threats in connection with the case, and placed under a $1000 bond to keep tbe peace. He gave the bond and was re leased. Yesterday in Justice Austin's court Yuen Lee was convicted of battery, and fined $25, which be paid. He got into a row with Ming Ling at a residence on Grand avenue, and tried to cut the lat ter with a knife. Both were vegetable peddlers, and Lee objected to the rivalry of tbe man he attacked. He ran him into a house, but did not succeed in cutting bis antagonist, who took the knife away from him. DAN BURNS'S FRAUD. WHAT THE MEXICAN COURT SAYS ABOUT IT. How the Wily Colonel Tried to Get Hold of the Candelarla Mine—The Facts In the Case. The Two Republics, published in the city of Mexico, prints tbe full text of the decision of the court on the appeal of Col. Daniel M. Burns against tbe de cision of the second criminal judge in the proceedings instituted against him by Mark Birmingham. I It will be remembered tha Burns re peatedly insisted here that tbe proceed ings against him in Mexico were not of a criminal nature and that no charge of fraud was involved therein. That Burns's representations in that respect were incorrect is shown by tbe extract given below from the decision of the Mexican federal court: It appears from the decision that Burns's attorneys contended in the fed eral court that there was no evidence that fraud had been committed. On that point the court says: Reference to the certified copy of the proceedings shows the following well established facta: First—That Birmingham was entitled to bring suit against the mine "La Can delaria" a fact t recognized by tbe ap pellant in bis written request for relief. Second—That Burns, while superin tendent of the company working the mine, denounced it before the prefect of San Dimes, alleging for reason of such denouncement the abandoned condition of tbe mine. Third—That at tbe time the said de nouncement was made it was being oper ated and yielding ore. The court, commenting on the above, says: That as Burns, in bis capacity as su perintendent of tbe mine, which was yielding metal, could not be ignorant of such yield, it is evident that knowingly he formulated the excuse of abandon ment of the mine in order to gain posses sion thereof to his own benefit by undue advantage and to the injury of Birming ham, whose right to a part of the mine was unquestioned, the foregoing consti tuting the element of fraud denounced by the second criminal judge and which is covered by the 413 th article ot the penal code in the following terms, to wit: "Fraud exists whenever one by deceiving another or by taking advan tage of the error or ignorance of his vic tim secures possession of anything be longing to the latter, or obtains some unwarranted advantage over him to the injury of tbe said victim." In conclusion, the court in dismissing the appeal says: "Therefore, in virtue of the considerations hereinbefore set forth, and in accordance with articles 101 and 102 of the constitution, it is hereby declared that the justice of the union neither relieves nor protects Dan iel M. Burns as against the acts he com plained of." It would eeem that the wily colonel, not content with getting or trying to get the Candelaria mine in tbe manner set forth in the above decision, even tried to beat Mexican justice out of its legiti mate fees, for the concluding sentence of the decision rather naively reads: "Let the foregoing be made known and the evidence sent to the supreme court of justice for its due approval as to tbe premises and the petitioner be charged the legal stamps lacking." AW EXPLANATION ANJUNSWER. what is mm SL . 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