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VOL. XXXII, NO. 182.
ROGERS REPLIES TO PREACHERS DECLARES THEY SAY SOME QUEER THINGS - CRITICISES DR. GLADDEN Says Deacons of the Church Would Sreak Some of the Command. ments and Bend the Rest By AMOclattd Pr*se. NEW YORK, March 31.— 1f. H. Rop ers, vice president and director of tho Standard Oil company, today made a statement as to the conduct of tho • Standard Oil company. Ills remarks were evidently prompted by the criti cism In the prudential committee of the American Board of Foreign Missions for accepting a gift of $100,000 from John I). Rockefeller. Mr. Rogers said: ' 'Ministers say queer things. Dr. Washington Gladden says that every body knows that John D. Rockefeller has obtained his money dishonestly. With as much reason I could say that everybody knows that Dr. Gladden would not trust the ten commandments for ten days with the deacons of his church, because they would surely break some of them and bend the rest." It became known today that prior to ■• the final action by the prudential com mittee of the American board of com ' mlssioners of the foreign missions ln accepting the $100,000 gift tendered by John D. , Rockefeller a number of prominent members of the board at a .''meeting, held In Now York city con ,; sidcred the matter at length. As a re .nult the parties to the conference ls- Hued a statement In which they de ' dared they did not feel that the uc ; ceptance of the gift would compromise the board in any way. ' STATEMENT BY GLADDEN Declares That Oil Trust's Money Waa "Flagitiously" Acquired By Associated Press. V COL.UMBUS, 0., March 31. — Dr. • Washington Gladden, moderator of the , •: council of Congregational. churches of ,I Ttfrv United' States, tonight gave out '.r«Uvv following rpply to the statement *jjjilis£S' ■■''.'•. Ji'o^ith, vicu pfeßldejittpf ithe' ".' HUikdnrd 'Oil* company: . ' ..,.,■ -"Mr. Rogers alleges that the vast I sums extorted in . rebates by the ; 1 Standard Oil company, from its com ,.;* pptirot^ wore 'legally' taken because no ,- law explicitly forbade them. What I ; siild- w;ia that the money was 'flagl ' tjously' acquired. To coerce the rail .'road Into an arrangement by which it , •■■^'received, a large rebate oil /lot only ita H| own oil, but on all the oil sent by its ;; competitors, to force the railways to . rob its competitors for its enrichment was, I submit, a flagitious policy, a •shameful policy. '^ ,"I ■ know from statements made to I myself by parties Implicated that such rebates have been exacted by other :, corporations. I doubt If the Standard Oil company is more virtuous than th« : ; rest. But it is true that it has now '' gained a power ln the classification viand; control of rates which makes It '-.unnecessary to use the system of re ' bates." ' '. REAR ADMIRAL BARKER RETIRES FROM SERVICE Commander in Chief of the North At. lantic Fleet Succeeded by Admiral Evans By Associated Pres*. ; »WASHINGTON, March 31.— After long 'and distinguished service Rear Admiral A. S. Barker, commander-in chlef of the North Atlantic fleet, hauled down his flag today on the Kearsarge and was placed on the retired list of the navy, ' 3 In the war with Spain Admiral Bar ker was one of the most : prominent members of the strategy board. He was . later . in command of the navy yard at Wew York and from there, ln April, 1903, was appointed. to the su preme command of the North Atlantic fleet. ;: Admiral Barker will make his home In Washington. / He Is a native of Mas sachusetts, whence he was appointed to 'the naval academy. • Rear Admiral Kvann succeeds Ad mlral Barker in command of the fleet, and has selected tho Maine for his flagship. , ; FRENCH:, DUEL AVERTED Commanding General and ex. Minister Stopped From Fighting By Associated Prtn. 'fy; PARIS. March 31.— A duel between ; General Brugere, the commandiner gen- " oral of the army, and M. Pelletan, late s minister of marine, has narrowly been averted. f&Q&&fi£l£ M.,. Pellet An wrote an article which '; General Urutcere considered offensive, Accordingly the general named Uen 1 • Vi'ulg ' Duchesne , und Rli-tzliiK«*i'» mem bers of the superior council of war, us '.his 'seconds. M. I'eiletun's seconds were Senator Clemenceau und Deputy Masse. A meeting of the seconds led . to a . ikrlglun that the urtlcle did not wur luiii'it; duel, which uus . given vii.on mutual explanations. Los Angeles Herald. THOMAS J. KIRK HURLED FROM FERRIS WHEEL BAKERSFIELD GIRLS MEET AWFUL FATE Thrown From Car at the Highest Point and Picked Up Uncon . sclous, One Being Fatally Injured By Adsoclatfil T'rcßX. BAKKRSFIKLD, March 31.— An ap palling accident occurred on the grounds 'at present' occupied by thn Relss Carnival company in Kern City shortly after 4 o'clock this afternoon. A' bolt on one of the cars of the Ferris wheel broke, hurling the two occupants, Molly Matlack, the 14-year-old daugh ter of Southern Pacific Agent Matlack, and inna Cook, the 16-year-old daugh ter of a prominent business man of this city, to the ground. Miss Matlack re ceived injuries that will undoubtedly prove fatal. The two girls visited the carnival at the close of the session of. the high school. They entered a car of the Fer ris wheel. It was noticed that the car was swinging more than usual and when It reached the highest point a bolt on the right side broke. The two girls were' hurled to the grounfl and ■ •Ihftn foo'rtSSPto a neighboring drug 'uYSiffe they were both • unconscious. 'It waa found that Miss Matlack wns Internally Injured. She was bleeding from the eyes and ears and no hope for her life is entertained. , Miss Cook revived and was able to walk Into the house when she. reached home. The greatest indignation has been aroused against the management of the carnival which Is believed to be re sponsible for the accident. ' MRS. J.J. HILL SUDDENLY :-;:■ TAKEN ILL IN FLORIDA Is Being Hurriedly Taken to New York In Private Car for Treatment By Associated Press. NORFOLK, Va., March 31.— Mrs. J. J. Hill, wife of the president of the Great Northern railway, was taken ill at Or monde, Fla., and. the Florida special of the, seaboard Air line is hauling Mrs. Hill's private car from Ormonde to New York on ; what may , prove recor.l time, in order that Mrs. Hill may have prompt treatment. Officers in charge of the divisions over which the train will pass in its race against time have been Instructed to use special care to see that it is expedited. MARRIAGE ENDS FATALLY Bridegroom and His Brother.iruLaw Kill One Another By ABBOdattd Press. MALONE, N.Y.,, March 31:— Sumner Hazen, a bridegroom of a week, and John Hall, his wife's brother, are dead as the result of an exchange of pistol shots at Hall's home. When Hall learned that Hazen and his sister were to be married he warned Hazen th;it he would resort to violence, if neces sary, to prevent the ceremony. The newly married couple, neverthe leHHi started for a visit to the bridev brother's homo. 5 They had hardly crossed the threshold before Hall fired h bullet Into HdZßii's liiMln. As Hazen fell he returned the shot, ltoth men died within a few hours. •. r / ' Flashlight Powder Proves Deadly lly Associated It.si . OMAHA, Murch 31.— Whllo taking v flashlight photograph in a saloon to day Albert Hutler was tnetuntly killed and William Coffee. AY. J. Murray and M. Levy were seriously Injured by an explosion of powder used by the pho togrupher. The force of the explosion throw Butler and hU companions against v wall, the former's breast being torn away. The injured men will recover. Negro Hanged In Texas FORT WOUTH, Texus, March 31— John . Young. ; colored, . was - hanged at Wuxiihii tihin today for ' the murder of AlburiiH Moore, Oiw; hundred and llfty persona 'were present In the atock ade whero the' hanging occurred, und 2uUO Bt'JudiOUtsiUf. ! LOS ANGELES, CAL.. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL t, 1905. SUPT. KIRK HAS STRINE REMOVED TROUBLE IN EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT POLITICAL CIRCLES AROUSED Secretary of the Text Book Commit. tee Said by His Friends to Have Been Discharged Through Spite Sprclnl to Th» Herald. BAOKAMKNTO, Mnrrh 31.—Consld errabln Interest whs Hrouaed In politi cal circles this afternoon by the sum mary removal of SecretHry J. It. Strlne of the textbook committee i and the chnrge innde by Strlne's friends that he had been sacrificed to the personnl antipathy of Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirk. Strlne refused to talk to any great extent for publication, but said that he had no Intimation that his poslton was to be declared vacant until action wns taken at the meeting, und that he believed thit Superintendent Kirk was moved by personal spite. He says that when he asked for an explanation he was Informed his removal was due to a desire to maintain harmony ln the committee. fc'n He admits that on Hcvcral occasions Kirk had informed him that his con fidential reports were not to his (Kirk's) liking. Strlne's friends, however, say that the differences between Kirk and Strlne arose over the books offered by an agent named Gunn, for which Kirk had a particular fondness, In which Strine did not share and against which he firmly maintained opposition^ This difference grew until it became neces sary to choose between Kirk or Strlne, nnd the other two members of the committee concluded to oust Strlne. . Kirk Is reported to have, made the statement that Strine was removed because of a shortage in the book fund, but an examination shows that there is more than $40,000 in the fund. [ Governor Pardee assured Strlne that there had been no charges, express or Implied, made against his integrity or ability. • Kirk Is atosent from the city and no reply can be, obtained from him as to the alleged diff erence over Gunn's fiuoks or rulporefl; shortage. LEMON CROP OF MESSINA INJURED IMPROVES MAiiKET FOR THE CALIFORNIA PRODUCT Severe Hailstorms in January and February Have Seriously Injured the .Blossoms — No Orders "From America Special tn The Herald. WASHINGTON, March 31.— A report from United States Consul Caughy, at Messina, states that severe hall storms In January and February seriously in jured the blossoms and the lemon crop will not be more than one-half pt that of last' year. .There ' are - only 90,000 boxes of lemons of the November 4 'cut at Messina, of which the' major/portion will be sent to' Russia under-existing^ contracts and the remainder .will be shipped to Montreal. ■ •? Of the recently cut fruit only 15.0Q0 boxes are at Messina, and are of such poor quality that no orders have been placed from America. \ . ... The lemon crop was also injured by severe . weather at several . points on the Mediterranean coast. : : CALIFORNIA'S NATURE. >' SHOW OPENS TODAY Over Three Thousand Invited Guests Present at the Private Exhibition By AMoclated Pre«V SAN KUANriSCO, March 31.— Over 3000 Invited gucuts Inspected tonight the nature show of the California Foreat, Fish and Came association ln the Mechanics' pavilion which tomorrow will be opened to^the public. The In terior of the big building, haß been trunHformcd into the semblanco of :■ forest, Htocked with all kinds of game and beautifully decorated with electric light*, which add greatly to the cf fcctlvpiiewH of the display at night. The exhibition will continue for two weeks and promises to greatly benefit the caime of charity, to which cause the profits will l»* uVvoted. ; Reward for Mllburn Slayer By As»oct«teU Pie**. SAOUAMKNTO. March 31.— 1n addi tion to the rewurd of $1000 offered by relatives, Governor ' Pardee ' today offered a reward of $2GO for the arrest and final conviction of the murderer or : murderers »f Mrs. Nancy J. Mil burn,'whose body wins found floating in the surf at Santa Monica lu«t month. RUSSIAN CHURCH WANTS FREEDOM CLERGY URGE SEPARATION . FROM THE STATE WOULD CONCENTRATE WORK Must Be Unhampered by Internal Influence If They Are to Check the Spread of Other Faiths Tiy Asrcctfltv! tYMft ST. PKTKUSBUKO. April I.— A movement for severing tho traditional relations between church nnd stnte found fnvor with an I Important group of clergymen at the capital, and a noteworthy document setting forth their views has been received with sufficient consideration to Insure Its publication In the official organ of the dloceae. The document, nfter arguing thnt the church should free Itself of obligations to the state In order to 1 lend all Its en ergies to the prosecution of its own special work, demands the summon ing of a general council of the church. It Is reported that the holy synod has decided to recommend to Emperor Nicholas the summoning of such a council. •Tho question Is all-Important on ac count of the close connection between the religious and political elements ln the Russian social organism, and that it has been raised at this time Indicates the depths to which Russian society Is stirred at the present hour. The move ment is believed to be at present largely confined to a group of metropolitan clergy but it Is not known to what ex tent the priests In the country at large are nffected. The document snys . thnt true be lievers must rejoice at the liberation of conscience from restraints and must recognize the necessity for reforms for the orthodox church If its influence Is to live and grow, the spread of indif ference and lrrellglon to be checked, nnd the church to realize its high God given • calling. The document declares that "only a church free from Internal influence In Its affairs; thereby avoid ing the liability of being considered a force of action under the Influence and under obllAfrllbris townfd"th« state,"cnn hope to check the spread of other faiths and other creeds in Rußsla and. retain the nation in its fathers' creed." TERRORIST ACTIVITY Police Arrest Many Persons' With Bombs In Their Possession By Associated Pres*. ST. PKTERSBUIIG, March 31.— The authorities .continue .to find evidence of terrorist activity in St. Petersburg. The "fighting organization" is known to have on Ita condemnation list thirty persons, headed by Grand Duke Alexis and Governor General Trepoff, and the police have arrested several persons with bombs in their possession. ' Only yesterday the police foiled what is believed to have been a plot to kill Governor General Trepoff. A man waa observe^ during , the morning lounging A block, away from the en trance to Governor General Trepoff's 'chancellory. A^ policeman noticed that his face <■ was not familiar and ap proached with the object ,pt interro gating htm. The man thereupon be came alarmed, drew a"" revolver and fired at the policeman, but missed him. The policeman overpowered his assail ant'and arrested him. /■' AJmost at the same ■ hour the police discovered several bombs of ' the ter rorist pattern' ln a trunk belonging to a | stranger^ who occupied . furnished roomß in 'a house , in Pushkin street. The man captured by the police on 'Great Morskala street, probably was on the- lookout for some mark by which to . distinguish General Trepoff's car riage, as several vehicles of the same style are constantly before the gov ernor generaFsTchancellory, and when lie drives out they circle around and leave* in different directions so that it Is almost Impossible in the confusion to determine definitely which carriage co'nfalns # j|t»*«;ovgrnor general. It is said that* General Trepoff a fort night ngo^Terelyed a letter Informing him that this rus»<- was unavailing, :i& he would be killed in his bed. Troops Break Up Meeting By AMoclaied I'reu ST. PUTKKSUUKU. April I.— An as semblage of workmen iii the St. Peters burg quarter last evening demanding the liberation of Imprisoned Btrlke lead ers nearly led to a riot. Mounted po lice and troops were summoned and surrounded' the malcontents, who, see ing that resistance was hopeless, sul lenly dispersed, a few : being injured In the scuttle. ; Deplorable Scenes in Warsaw lly Auoviaud Press. WAU&AW, Murch 81.— An anon ymous threat tv dyuuiultu the gend armerie barracks led to deplorable scenes. , Strong guards that had been placed outside the building at night seised and mercilessly beat everyone coming In the neighborhood of the bar ■ acke, compelling them to go In anoth er direction. . , ARRESTED FOR SPEEDING AUTOMOBILE IN NEW YORK ALFRED GWYNNE VANDERBILT SALOONS PREPARE FOR NEW ROLES THEY HAVE BEEN WARNED TO COMPLY WITH LAW Dice Boxes, Tables, Chairs, Etc., Must Dlsappead Today, Say . ' the Police Of. fleers The dice boxes witlr. their little Ivory cubes, the fine upholstered leather chair* . niid cOlrehesr the tables,- chairs and stools nnd all the means of com- j fort and. rest prepared by.«aloon'keep--j ers ; t or the accommodation of j their , patrons are to. be removed • today, and. hereafter only, tho straight liquor, paid for at. the regular price,' ! will be the j attraction of the barroom. i The new order Is a recently estab lished rule of the police commission and is to go Into effect today. . All the saloon keepers have 'been warned and served with copies of the new rule; accordingly all the dice boxes will dis appear from the bars und there will be no more shaking for drinks. ' , ■ ' A number of the big downtown bars and saloons are equipped with com fortable " corners, ■ fitted out at an ex pense of several thousand dollars, and all these must be eliminated from the saloons. • Saloons Must Obey ,„ 1 'This new rule is not an ordinance and we could not arrest ; any of. j the saloon men If they refused. to,, pomply with it," said Captain Auble yesterday. "It is a rule of the police commlslon, however, and if the saloon men. do not edmply with It they will be-r reported to j the commission and, the iproper steps : ta.ken.-. ;..i -;;■■'..•..■ j p? ■ '■- --n' "l have had (reports from all -sections of the city, today land I loam 'that the saloon proprietors are 1 doing'every thing in ' their power to "comply /with the new rule.'- In many places'carpen ters are afwork putting u^'pa^rtluons to separata' the lunch tabteij fT°n}', the bars, while ' In others , the tables and chairs are being , removed ' entirely. The rule is to keep women out of ..the saloons, and to j keep loungers and loafers from hanging over tables and going to sleep in the chairs." < , *»»' WOMAN ATTACKED BY ' - '; " i' 1 ;; two highwaymen Thugs Bprlng Upon Her From ' Dark, but Attempt to Rob Her. v". • j Frustrated . ■\Vhllq, on her .way homo 'from a friend's house, ttbout;; 10 o'clock last night Miss Brant of : Twenty-third and Snnteo st(dHU. i\vas attacked by two highwaymen. The hold-up occurred at the corner of Seventeenth and' Main streets. One of the ...highwaymen sprang upon the wo man as she rounded the corner and seized her by the throat, while the other attempted to rob her. A man and woman and three children were approaching the cornw at the time of the hold-up and the robbers run out Muln street. They did not secure unytliliitf from their victim. I'utrolmun McCartney, who was near, by, rushed tv the scene of the' assault but., h» was too late to apprehend the thugs, who were several blocks away. The officer pursued them for awhile but finally lost"slght of them. Miss Drant was badly frightened but she escaped without any serious injury. The cune hus been reported ' to the police and efforts me being made to locate the lilghwuymen .. PRI3E: DAILY, BY CARRIER, 65 CTS. PER MONTH CHESS CHAMPION TRIES SUICIDE OVERCOME AFTER DESPERATE - ENCOUNTER Pillsbury Attempts to Plunge From Fourth.Story Window of Hos« pital in Philadelphia and Fells Attendant Special to Tho HeraUl. . . : . I ' PHILADELPHIA, March 31.— During a-ftt-of temporary- ihiaiilly. Hurry N. Pillsbury, the American champion chess piayer, tried to'plunge through' a fourth story window of the Presbyterian hos pital' last night and was overcome only after a desperate encounter with sev eral nurses, ' doctors and hospital at tendants. . . One nurse who seized the frenzied man. was felled to the floor suttl only the arrival of reinforcements prevented a tragedy. ! Pillsbury , has been a patient at the hospital since . last Sunday, at which time he went there to have an opera tion performed. SMjTH AND WIFE TO FIGHT EXTRADITION Their- Attorney; Secures . Writs of Habeas Corpus in " Cincinnati V* ."■ Dy Associated Press. ' CINCINNATI, March 31.°— That' J. Morgan Smith and his wife would re sist i extradition 'to New' York, where they have been indicted* for conspiracy, with Nan Patterson, Mrs. Smith's sis ter, .was made evident this afternoon. Attorney Shay, \ representing the ; . prlgj oners, secured two writs fif habeas cor» pus from Common . Pleas Judge Smith, returnable on Monday. , One writ Is for J.! Morgan i Smith.- and the other for his wife, Julia ipatterson Smith. It Is alleged in, the writs that, the- Smiths are. held without' warranty that no charge. has been. placed against' them, and that there -is' no : authority 'in law fdrthe detention of either husband of wife. • When arrested ' yesterday', the two were held simply, /'on suspicion" but today, wheu.lt was thoughtua writ of habeas corpus ! would, ( be sought, t'hlef of Detectives Crawford i filed in pplice'court an affidavit charging Smith and his wife with 'being. fugitives from Justice. l ' ■ ' ' '.' r STOREYCOTTONCOMPANY -. . . . PROMOTER^ARRAIGNED, Arrested , at j I nstlgatlon of. Postal Au- thorities for Using Mails for . .Fraudulent Purposes PHILADKL.PHIA, March 31.— 0n the testimony. of two former employes of the defunct Storey Cotton company, Stanley Francis, accused of being, one of the promoters and directors of the concern, was today remanded for trial by United , States . Commissioner Craig with ball fixed at *50,000. 1 The original charge against Francis wuh using the malls for fraudulent purposes, nnd he was arrested at the Instigation -of the \ postal authorities. The two important witnesses aguinst the accused uiuii were Miss Margaret Hope, ii stenographer, ami Miss Uer tiude Huiidhelm, a lKH>kkeeper. James 11. Clark, un expert j ucocuutunt, also gave damaging evidence. , Belolt Professor Drowned UKLQI'IY Win., March 31.— Montugue White, jjrofessor , of .oratory, at ltclolt college, /was accidentally ' drowned in Belolt •; river today, POLICE ARREST A. G. VANDERBILT OFFICER CHASES SPEEDING AUTOMOBILE MILLIONAIRE GIVES $200 BAIL Motorcycle Patrolman Hat Long Pur. •ult, but Overtakes the Machine Stuck In the Mud and Ar rests Driver Special to The Herald. NEW TOHK, March 31.— A motor cycle policeman had an cxcltlnsr chase out Madison avenue this afternoon. For thirteen blocks he pursued Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, and It looked like a losing game for the officer when for tune^ favored him and ho placed tho young multl-mllllonalre under arrest. Young Vanderbilt, who Is a lieuten ant In the Twelfth regiment. National Guard of New York, Is an enthusiastic chauffeur and takes delight in lons country runs. A few years ago ha broke the automobile record from New port to Boston, but on his return trip he made considerably leas speed. ,Ha was held up by the country constables at numerous small towns. Vanderbilt and his French chauffeur ran out of money paying fines and tho run Into Newport waa completed at a rate of speed that admitted no further, ar rests. Runs Into Excavation . Todny's adventure, however, ended disastrously for the big red machine and its fearless driver. In attempting to turn a corner at a cross street and make for more open going the ma chine ran into an excavation which hod been only partially filled In' with 'loose dirt and was standing full of water and mud. The rapidly moving ma chine swerved wildly ' and for an ; In stant seemed about to turn over. The plucky chauffeur stuck. to his post," however, and tried to bring his ma chine out of Its predicament, but the wheels on the right side had sunk so deeply Into the mud that the machln-^ cry beneath was clogged. As young Vanderbilt started, to leavr the automobile he • was overtaken" 1 - by the officer and. placed under, arrest/*-. \ The. miUionaire "chauffeur 'wafli taken, to a near-by police station,- where .]ib' calmly gave his nnmc and ntld rows a*kl was shortly afterward released on $20'J ball. The officer' who arrested Vanderbilt said afterward that he had, no r iiieiv that he was huntlng^such large" gam?.': He said he saw.;that the machine w.is : exceeding legal, speed and he gavo chase after having called . ln vain for the man to come to a stop. OFF ON YACHTING TRIP By Associated Press. WASHINGTON, March 31.— Mrs. Roosevelt and three of her children. Miss Ethel, Kermlt and Archie, left Washington tonight on the Atlantic coast line, Florida special, for Jack sonville, Fla. At Jacksonville they .will board the yacht Sylph for a cruise of several days. They do not' expect to touch at any. ports. ',;.-.> . THE : DAY ; S. ;«EWS£ , FORECAST '■• n ' Southern California: Fair Satur. day; light north winds. Maximum temperature in Los Angeles ' yes. terday, 68 degrees; minimum, 48 degrees. .. ■vr .-. • , \n.ViivJ -~'l ■ ' .... ' * : , ■ ' '■'. . . I— Police arrest A. G. Vanderbilt. 2 — Emperor William visits Tangier-it 3 — Entire city has its Arbor day. 4— Senora del Valle laid at rest. h-Z- Southern California news., '6-^pfiitorla>l. s ti- .;..•.:. . . 7— City hews. ; »„ - j ■ 8.9 — Classified advertisements. 10— Oports. , ,' ( . ". J, 11— Markets. -; V 12— Mining trade headed this way. EASTERN Inn his automobile.' . It. 11, Rogers repllos to minister*' orltl clMU of tho Kimuluril oil. I'lllsbury, vhc>B expert, become* lnsuno und attempt* butclde. -'-■ I FOREIGN; .7 'j Foreign minister Vk\ Omwe d»elare« * Francp will nut modify Us policy regarding Morocco. UuHhhtn clorgy In St. Petorsburs- advocate separation of church antl Mute. < Japanese making actlvo propaganda among ill* Chinese. COAST 'Mrs. Stanford 1 * will 1« probated. Generous beqursU to relatives and charity. - balance Strliin dlnchariifd from state text hook commute*" it Is claimed «t Kirk's indict ' °Bai> FrancUco woman charged with in stigating hold-up ol a alster Forester. LOCAL Woman suaulted liy highwaymen on the " Mail chained with participation ln t *° h<fh "cMtv"l J io»«,'Utliig Altorut-y FVwlerlckson d« r*ud» man agaliut whuiu Iw l«u«d ouuiylaiut. Ha.-* liunw mull ttuuwn Iwiuiuth wlwota ot freight train. nawto ll.rougli dltulw* . ÜBtll dl«o*vered and brouuht to . hospital. ■ All dlcu boxes and tables to bo cumulated • from local saloon*, i according tv order* o( , police commission, today. • Arbor Day .I* celebrated generally ; In ■ Lo» ' AnaelvV* t '.jj^i j^^[^J^i*T^*Jß*nr* J TS}i* M *r^^*T^ l "*jMP Star wliui-nM""* for the pronecutlon in the Tom Hay* case 'all to develop much utrength. .. llemalii* of Henora del Valle luld temt la; New Calvary cemetery. . council pin«*i !«• < t« ', out diuupar on tut »ut«i»u., : v'