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FLAT BROKE The "Wildcat" Mine Didn't Pan Out THE TRIAL OF VALDEZ W. TBIPP HAS A BRIEF SPELL OP LIBERTY. An Indian Agent Found Short in His Accounts—The School Census—A Complicated Divorce Suit It was an ancient gentleman who lived on the banks of the Avon who asked, "What's in a name," and, inferentially, sought to convey the idea that no espec ial virtue lay in a name. Nowadays, j however, there seems to be more po- \ tency In names', either for good or 111, and j such a case is now in the courts. A trio of enterprising individuals went Into a mining speculation In the Big Te junga district and though the pros pects were good they came to grief. Perhaps such a thing might have been expected, in light of the fact that the three placer claims were named the "Wildi Cat," the "Green Horn" and "Wake Ip Jim." To buck against a wild cat is more than the average man can do successfully, and the same ap plies also not unfrequently when dally ing with a so-called "greenhorn." The reflection upon the prospectors' capa bilities conveyed by the name of the third claim was sufficient in itself to hoodoo the enterprise. Pearl S. Young and Alex. Labschow are plaintiffs in the suit just filed and William Stephens is the defendant. Young sets forth that in May of last year he and his partner and J. L. Banks became owners of the three mining claims, but the month following Banks eoidl out his interest to Stephens. They thereupon verbally entered into an agreement to operate the claims as partners, and with that end in view pur chased machinery and- supplies, the three men putting in their labor as well. They worked from January 1 to Febru ary 1 of this year, but failed to rake in any gold whatever. Their very limited capital was exhausted and they were in debt for certain of their toolsard s>o they just abandoned the whole outfit and came back to the city. The claims are undeveloped and so. it Is set forth, have no market value. They are in debt $250 for machinery purchased, and furthermore the part nership owes Young individually $65.33, and Stephenssl4.9o. With affairs in thi-» bad shape the court is asked to order the partnership dissolved!; that a receiver be appointed and that after the property has been sold and the debts paid the money remaining be divided pro rata. Meantime the claims have been aban doned and the machinery is lying ex posed to the weather, and the depreda tions of other mining men in the dis trict. THERE'S MANY A SLIP William Tripp, Alias Baker, Back in Jail The taking of testimony in the case of the United States vs. W. E. Tripp, alias William Baker, occupied the morning session yesterday in the United' States district court. Shortly after the after noon session convened, on motion of the defendant's attorney, the jury was in structed to render a verdict of "nr,-i guilty" on the ground of the variance between the proof and the allegations of the indictment. The court then ad journed until today, and the defendant, with the rest, left the room and the build ing. But, in anticipation of the sequel, Tom Botello, the brave bailiff of the court, followed Tripp down the street, and when he went into a store Botello step ped into another near at hand and tele phoned to the office of Justice Young, at which place District Attorney Frank Flint and Marshal Covarrubias were in dustriously engaged, the former swear ing l out a new complaint against Tripp, the latter with a warrant of am st ready to serve instantly the necessary formali ties had been gone through with. Thus it was that before Tripp was Bafeiy out of the frying pan of one trial he was into the preliminary Are of an other, and for this reason: The former indictment against him. charging him with using the mails with fraudulent intent in selling school hooks, was made out in the name of William R. Baker, alias Miles. This last, com plaint alleges the same charge, but is made out in his real name, which, it has transpired, is William E. Tripp. He expressed no surprise when the marshal, in answer to Botello's tele phone messag-. pursue! and arrested him, and as he did not produce ball he was sequostratid in jail to await further developments. THE SCHOOL CENSUS The New County School Board Form ally Organizes County School 1 Superintendent Spur g-eon V. Riley yesterday filed hisi report of the school census for the year ending June 30th, 1897, with the board ot super visors. The report shows that there are on the rolls 53.752 children, as compared with 51,405 at the end of the school year In 1896. The present number are made up as follows: 39.589 white children be tween the apes' of 5 and 17 years: 588 ne gro children; 41 Ir.diiar.s ar.d 41 Mon golians, making a total of 40.254. In ad dition to this number, however, there are 12,498 children under 5 years of age. Of the total enrollment 52,706 children are native andi 1046 foreign born, mak ing the sum totali of 53.752 children. The old county board' of education went out of existence at noon yesterday. Speeehmaking was in order, andi ex- kindly feeling were ventured 'each of th.c members of the boards At 2 oetook the new board' organized as> follows: J. D. Graham. Nathan Smith, G. H. Chilcote. A. W. Plummer and Spur geon V. Riley. Chilcote and Flium mer are the new members who take the place of Mr. R. Williams and. W. H. Houch. The board formally organized and unanimously elected J. D. Graham of Pasadena president, after which the board adjourned. The teachers' examinations that »re In course of being breldi at the Spring, street school house are being rendered notable by reason of the great number of applicants for certificates. There wiere only at first 24 applications in the primary and 32 in the grammar grade-, but these numbers sweliedi to 124 in the combined primary and grammar grades. On Saturday there were 11 applicants for special certificates, ordinarily there be ing only 2 or 3. and 9 applicants for high school certificates. State dtiplomas were yesterday re ceived' from State Superintendent Black for J. H. Francis and Walter S. Bailey, both high school grade, ar.d Franc W. Smith, grammar grade. THE GARNISHEE FAILS The Court Gives Judgment in a Com plicated Suit In the suit of W. T. Fenton. as assignee of Northrup, Braslau, Goodwin compa ny against Edwards & Johnson and Em ma yon Wtndheim, doing business under the name of the Nebraska Seed compa ny, an opinion w as-handed down yester day by Judge York. The suit was a rather curious one. and was hotly contested some time ago. In this case an assignment for the benefit of the creditors was made in the state of Illinois by the Northrup, Brasiau, Good win company to William Fenton. A Nebraska creditor of the corporation the intervenor in the suit, attacked the validity of the assignment on a gar nishment of a debt due to said corpora tion by defendants residing here, which garnishment was made subsequent to said assignment. "The debt is not an asset in this state." says the court. "It is due in no particular place. No Intent j is shown to evade the laws of this state | by the transfer. There is no law of this stats that the transfer violates. The debt, formerly due to paid corporation was transferred to Fenton before the garnishment, therefore was not due to, the corporation at the time of the gar nishment. It therefore follows that Fen- i ton, the plaintiff, is entitled to Judgment for the amount of the claim, and a judgment will be entered acordingly." THE DIVORCE MILL The Curiously Complicated Case of the Underwoods Catherine Underwood desires a di vorce from William Underwood, and desires the court to set aside the prop erty for her. The couple were married in New Hampshire in October. 1565. and have a grown up family of four chil dren, the youngest of whom is 18. In September, 1887 the defendant deserted his wife and' children for no specific cause that is alleged, and now that the wife has made application for a divorce ! it has developed that the husband ob-1 tamed a divorce from his wife some I years ago In the state of Arkansas. The property interests complicate the situ ation, which, but for that, might be easily straightened out. Edward' Johnson was granted a decree yesterday by Judge Allen divorcing him I from May Johnson. The parties to the suit are colored people, and before the marriage the woman was not eiuite as Caesar's wife. She promised amend ment, however, but some months after marriage she drifted to the bad. Miguel Ayon yesterday filedl his com plaint in divorce against Angelina Frai jo de Ayon. DECREE IN FORECLOSURE In the United States Court Against San Bernardino Property An opinion was rendered in the circuit court yesterday in the case of William J. Broderick, receiver of the First Na tional bank of San Bernardino against D. Xilpatrlck and G. F. Ratsler. Suit was brought by complainant to fore close a mortgage on certain specified properties and executed September 24. 1894, by defendant Kilpatrick to the bank. Defendant Kilpatrick made default, but Ratsler answered, claiming some of the property embraced in the mortgage. The decree yesterday ordered that the mortgage be foreclosed and property sold to satisfy the claims of William J. Broderick for the San Bernardino bank, with the exception of that listed as the Mentone Sandstone property, which is claimed *y Ratslee, and the claim was sustained by the court. A DEFECTIVE INFORMATION Not Shown Where or How a Defend ant Might Benefit The information against John Vasolo, charged with arson in having set fire to his house at 670 tipper Main street, with intent to defraud an insurance company, was knocked out by Judge Smith yesterday. The information, while charging the offense, did; not show who had ownership of the house that was fired, whether the defendant or someone else. This de fect was set out in the demurrer, which was sustained. The district attorney was ordered to file a new information. THE GOVERNMENT SUSTAINED An Indian Agent Is Short in His Accounts In the circuit court yesterday Judge Wellborn sustained the government in the case of the United States versus Corir.gton S. Belknap, an Indian agei:t. ar.d Her.ry Mintz. R. Porter Putnam and John W. Miller, sureties on Belknap's bond, for the sum of $300. The account ing officers claimed to have found the Indian agent's accounts to be short cer tain moneys; Belknap maintained that they had been expended legitimately. The court decided, however, as above stated. The Valdez Case Under other and more ordinary cir cumstances the trial of Frank Valdez for the murder of Lorden, the Cala basas storekeeper, would not have pre sented many complications. The bad blood that has been existing between several of the parties concerned in the case has, however, tangled things up somewhat. Constable Branseombe. who arrested Valdez. has no use for Justice Richard son, the township Justice who sought to have the boy brought before him. and the latter returns the compliment by having no earthly use for the constable. To complete the medley, the man who was shot was not a favorite and bore the name of one who drank heavily and was quarrelsome. The main contention of the defense, that Lorden was the aggres sor and that Valdez fired in self-defense, has not been shaken In any marked degree and, Indeed, some of the facts brought out by the prosecution seemed to corroborate it. But the numerous confessions of Valdez cast an air of sus picion over the affair that otherwise it would not have borne. In opening the argument for the de | fenae yesterday Attorney Wldney made It appear as if even these several con fessions were evidences of innocence. | The argument was ingenious, logical and conducted on the lines of ordinary hu- i man experience. It was quietly made, too, and without any shouting or orator ical flourishes. Attorney Appel followed and devoted his time to the many con tradictions and discrepancies in the case and Mr. McComas closed for the state. New Suits Filed George W. Lawrence va Robert Jor dan et al.—A suit to recover $350, with costs, from the contractor of the First Presbyterian church and his bondsmen. Pearl S. Young et al. vs. William Stephens—A suit to dissolve a partner ship! that a receiver be appointed, and that the mining Interests of the parties- Interested be sold and the proceeds di vided. The estate of Joseph Meyer Witmer, deceased—The petition of Josephine S. Wdtmer for probate of will. The estate for which probate of will is asked consists of stock in the State Mutual Building and Loan asso ciation ami Witmer Bros., a corpora tion; life insurance in the New York lite and household furniture, of the val ue of $60,000. Court Notes E. M. Hanna was yesterday admitted to practice in the circuit court on mo tion of John T. Jones. In the case of the Savings Bank of I Southern California vs. Tapp. Judge | Van Dyke yesterday gave judgment for | foreclosure, by default, for $600 and $50 j attorney's fees. Mrs. Ann Boam. an aged lady, was or dered committed to Highland yesterday by Judge Clark upon the certificate of Drs. Smith and Orme. The patient suf fers from persistent hallucinations. The district court has appointed the following United States commissioners: George B. Cole, San Bernardino; S. S. Knoles. San Diego; A. C. Maude, Ba kersfield; Dante R. Prince, Fresno. COUBT CALENDAB Cases to Be Called in the Several De partments Today DEPARTMENT ONE—Judge Smith. (2341) Eusebio Pico; assault with a dead ly weapon. DEPARTMENT TWO—Judge Clark. (N. P. 19901 Estate of Clara F. Capron, deceased; petition to sell real estate. (N. P. 314) Estate of T. K. Wilson. de- ceased; accounting ot surviving part ner; citation. (N. P. 1723) Estate of Jessie A. Hirslaw. deceased; final accounting and distri bution in petition for discharge. (N. P. 2043) Estate of Daniel Griswoid, deceased: a pettition to set apart the whole estate for the use and support of the family. (SMS) Estate and guardianship of Ivey C. Adellner, a minor; annual account ing of guardian. (X. P. 2009) Estate of T. F. Outland, de ceased; a petittion to set apart the whole estate to the widow. (X. P. (SO) Esta:e of Amelia A. Randall, deceased: final accounting and distri butisn. (X. P. 1791) Estate of Samuel Barker, de ceased: report of court in partition. (X. P. 1724) Estate and guardianship of Sheldon minors: a petition for the use of money for the sttpport, maintenance and education of minors. (X. P. 1804) Estate and guardianship of Elizabeth Weis et al., minors: petition for an allowance. (X. P. 1760) Estate of William Wiley, de ceased : petition for decree setting apart the homestead and personal property. (X. P. 2092) Estate of M. E. Bannister, deceased: letters of administration. (X. P. 1359) Es;ate and guardianship of Littleboy minors; annual accounting and report: petition for allowance. (X. P. 1563) Estate of William M. Taylor, deceased: final accounting and distri bution. (X. P. 2103) Estate of John McConnell. deceased: letters of administration. (X. P. 1065) Estate of Ambrose Spencer, deceased; letters of administration. (X. P. 1635) Estate of R. X. C. Wilson, de ceased: petition to set apart the whole estate to widow. (X. P. 1597) Estate of Ada Helen Howard, deceased; first annual accounting. (10.3341 Estate of Jacob Hammel, de ceased : citation. (X. P. 2096) Estate of Margaret J. Rupe; probate of will. (X. P. 2103) Estate of John H. McConnell. deceased: letter of administration. (X. P. 1667) Estate of E. A. Mead, de ceased; final accounting and distribu tion. DEPARTMENT THREE—Judge York. (2fi.oM> Plummer vs. Leonis. DEPARTMENT FOUR-Judge Van Dyke. (27.7131 Wolfsklll vs. Los Angeles Rail way company: trial. DEPARTMENT FlVE—Judge Shaw. (27.725) Orlandi vs. Oray: trial. DEPARTMENT SIX-Judge Allen. Nothing set. TOWNSHIP COFRT-Justlee Young. Holmes vs. Taylor: trial: 9:30 a. m. Morris vs. Colley: trial: 1:30 p. m. Cox vs. Wallace: trial: 2:30 p. m. Standard Collection and Mercantile com pany vs. Burr; trial; 10:30 a. m. Set for Tomorrow DEPARTMENT ONE—Judge Smith. (2340) Pedro Moreno; burglary, trial. (222 m Mary Simpson: appeal; hearing. (23291 Ella Rorick: appeal; hearing. (232>i> C. C. Prentice; appeal; hearing. (23<ik) John Cunningham; appeal; hear ing. DEPARTMENT TWO-Judge Clark. Nothing set. DEPARTMENT THREE—Judge York. (24.4311 Loor.is vs. Etchepare; order of ci tation by Judge Smith. DEPARTMENT FOUR-Judge Van Dyke. Nothing set. DEPARTMENT FIVE-Judge Shaw. Nothing* set. DEPARTMENT SlX—Judge Alien. (26.092) Behlow VS. Southern Pacific Rail road company et al.: argument. (22/-431 Arguello vs. Arguello; citation. TOWNSHIP COURT—Justice Young. Donegan vs. Ramish; 9:30. Longo vs. Taylor; 1:30. Standard Collection and Mercantile com pany vs. Warmsck; 2:30. ( Harper & Ray vs. Dodge; 9:00. Free Labor Bureau Manager S. M. Perry of the Free Labor burrauyesterday filed his monthly repor: to the council for the month of June The report states that there were 76 male applicants for work and IS female applicants. Orders were received for 318 male and' 36 female workers. There were 273 laborers sent out and of females there were 32 supplied with work; total. 305. Marriage Licenses The following licenses were issued by the county clerk yestraedy: Charles F. Anderson, a naltve of lowa, ageri 27 years, and a resident of Santa Anita, and Emma A. Deutsche a natty. of Illinois, aged 21 years, and a resident of Sierra Madre. James A. Rosborough. a native of Can ada, aged 51 years, and a resident of Steinway Pianos —« —> SOLE AGENCY BARTLETT'S MUSIC HOUSE Everything in Music. 1238, spring ST. Established ls7i LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1897 m + + * t ♦ t t ♦ f ♦ | ♦ f ♦ +■*■» 4 f ♦ ♦ » 4 < «-+- f +-»- f ++♦ f « ♦ 4 +4, + +++++++++++++++++++ + ♦ « ttm» j IS It 3 WOlldCr Doing Business? I I There is a general complaint among the clothing merchants of dull times and a falling off of trade in f t Los Angeles. IT'S NOT SO WITH US-- 1 j We're Busy as Bees the Live=Long Day j X You will observe our big windows, the handsome tailor-made garments displayed, the endless variety ♦ X of patterns, made up and trimmed in the most artistic manner, finished to the very day, swell and ■? t up-to-date; and, above all, the price marked on each and every Suit. Those who have not dealt 1 t with us may ask how we do all this, and what places us in a position to give superior articles so 1 I much less in price than' others? ± x It's Because We Are the Only Manufacturers on the Coast | X We employ the best cutters and makers the country can produce, and we can, through the various $ | business houses controlled by our company throughout the United States, dispose of more Men's J X and Boys' Clothing than all the Los Angeles clothing houses combined. | | That's Why We're Doing the Business of the Town j ♦I i 4 | The Great Whirl Sale Ends Saturday Night I ti 1 i t m > I Our Counters Are Loaded With Plums _______ } t I I First Plum Second Plum Third Plum I x _ X The choics of about 200 Mea's Suits Consists mainly of our $9.50 and $12 In this line you'll find a class of Men's T J which other stores cannot match for Men's Suits, patterns to suit the best Suits which other houses think gems f I less than j7 - 50 ' dnd theiT " " ot dressers, and you'll see them in our for $15.00 ahd 518.00. They go till t I equal to ours in make or finish. You . , I X can take your pick of the entire line for big windows for Saturday night for J 1 $5.95 $7.25 $9.45 j I «■__ j /s¥jS6jsBj6o/foerHjpm(}jre£Er lgs/)/yG£LES w_*_. \ r T *■ .___________-___—___-. .__—_.__„_. __ , _ _ _ __________________ x Kingman, Ariz., and Mrs. Louise Har rison, a native of Kansas", aged 32 years, and a resident of Los Angeles. O. Van Stephenson, a native of Illi nois, aged 27 years, and Belle A. Hunt, a native of British Columbia, aged 2S years, both residents of Redlands . Fred Foster, a native of New York, aged 25 years, and Pearl E. Ballard, a native of Nebraska, aged 24 years, botn residents of Pasadena. I July 3, 4 and 5, Santa Monica road race i July 3rd. starting at Sixth and San Pe dro at 10:15 a. m. Judges' special leaves Arcade Depot at 10:30 a. m. Race meet at Santa Monica in the afternoon. Sun day, band concert, wheel tours', excur sion on steamer "Collis." Monday. 2f. --| mile team race; other attractions. Southern Pacific, round' trip 50 cents. Catalina Island Trains | Southern Pacific, connecting with favor j ite steamer Hermosa, leave Arcade De | pot Saturday, July 3, 9:00 a. m., 1:40, 5:03. 11 p. m. Sunday, 8:15 a. m.. 5:03 p. m. Monday .8:15 a. m , 1:40, 5:03 p. m. Round) | trip, J2.50. Fourth of July Excursion Rates July 3, 4 and 5 the Santa Fe will sell I excursion tickets between all stations at j a rate of me and one-third fare, tickets ! good returning until July 6. Special Train to Santa Barbara Monday. July sth, leaves Southern Pacific Arcade depot at 6 a. m. Ladies admitted tree at bicycle races. Sunday. 2 p. m. at Agricultural park. Ad mission tickets given away at Burke Bros. New Laws for Mine Locators suit Stockholders Price 15 cents. N. A. Wolcott & Co., prin ters and publishers. 128 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, and all booksellers. The new blanks conforming to the laws are now ready. 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A deposit of VO per cent will be required from the successful bidder at the time of the 14116) the balance to be paid as soon us the sole is confirmed by the court Full particular-* may be had by applying to the undersigned at the East side Bank* corner ot First and Broadway, or at the ofUee of Jones t_ YVeiler. attorneys, Fulton Bloc*, Loa An ; geles. Cal. W. J. WASHRT'RN, Receiver of the City Bank. FOO & WINCi HERB CO. (A Corporation. 929 South Broadway. Dr. Li W\nm t son of I'Dr^^^^i the late Dr. Li Po Tai official physician to of San Fruncisco. 1 the Emperor of China IMPORTED S. F. WELLINGTON $ 10.50 P*r Tod Delivered to any part of the city. Be certain 01 getting tiie genuine article, unmixed with inferior product- It lasts longer and saves money. Banning Co., 222 s. Spring st Office Tel. Mlllll Jo. Yard Tel. Main IDt? Pianos Reduced Our Special Bale Is still in full swing. You can Save Money now. Southern California Music Co-. 51.211 West Third Su Bradbury Bldg. 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