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ROSS CLERGYMAN
EXONERATED BY
DIOCESAN COURT
Charges Against Rev. Hu
bert Cowley-Carroll Are
Found to Be Untrue
Upon Inquiry
Bran line th* accusation? as false,
the special Oiocesan ; court of ■ inqulfv
appointed by; BSshop Xinhola yesterday
exonerated Rfv. Hubert Cowiey-CRrroll
of th« «*>nc-.->t?onM charges preferred by
Mrs. ,T. K. Field. a member of Rev! Mr.
Cowloy.Carroll's congregation :in Ross,
Marin count Simultaneously with' the
rendition of this report a similar clean
bill of health has been tendered .Rev.
Mr. Copley-Carroll by an independent
body of Marin county business men,
who also conducted an investigation
info the charges. •
The court appointed b* Bishop Nich
ols consisted* of Rev.; John Bakewell.
rector emeritus.of Trinity church, Oak
land; Rev. Edward I* Parsons, rector
<-•" St. Mark's church. Berkeley: Rev.
Charles X. Lathrop, rector of the
Church of the Advent. San Francisco:
Attorney. James P. Langhorne of this
city, chancellor of the diocese. : and
Archibald C. Kains, examiner of the
San Francisco clearing: house.
nKrORT op BISHOP'S coitit
The report of these men reads as
follows: ...... ..-....: .
Th» r.tgli*- Roterend. the Bishop of Califor
t> ;; -Rifrlit R«>reren<l nn4 Dear Sir: The under
siirned. i .'D»ti»uttng the court iof . Inquiry ap-
IxilntMl bf yon on the Tth day of Marclu 1913."
to iavesstieat* certain «t!1 report* - current coa
• ■ rninjr and inrolvinff the character and clerical
standing of the Rev.. Hubert CowJey.Carr«n.
»«>? to report that we hare Inrestlpnted and
a mined fvprr sncli , report, and especially into
the MPt»rneits made by Mr«. .T. K. Field, and
that there is not In our - judgment safflcient
SToqr.de fnr presentment for trial, a* against
tie M:d Rcr. Hnbert Cowley-Carroll an to hut
snrh reports: and. farther. that we belte»« the
f'rarces of immorality aeainat th* said Rev.
Hubert Cowlej-Carroll are' untrue. . ' . -
.TOTTX BAKKWFT.T.. ~ '-/"I- _*
KDW KUTi r.. PARSONS.
r CHARTS N. T.ATHROP.
JAMES P. r.AWHORNE.
ARCH. . C KAINS. - --. ' t'-
The resolutions by the vestry of the
parish indorsing the leadership of the
accused clergyman and expressing
their high regard for him reads:
RESOLUTION' OF VESTRY ;
Whereas, one Mr*. 3. K. Field ha* made and
circulated end caused to be pnhllahed " certain
»{atetnents retrains the Rev. Hubert Cow'.ey- j
'■ stroll, the rector of this parish, charging him
with acts of impropriety and Immorality \ anil
rrfleetiae upon his character and fitnes* to
• -■hut the- volition which he now holds: nod
Whereas, the restry of thi« parish of St.
John's In Roes. Cat., "has at all times bad'un
fa ltrrinjr nr.i el.-AiiitP trust end exntWene* in
Us tor. the Rev. Hubert Cowley-CarroH,: and
has at all times been convinced that such
charges were false, malicious and untrue 110 :
crpry r*»!»pect: and • .- - -
Whereas, the finding , of the pcrfoiiaatiea.)
fourt of inquiry appointed by. the bishop ofvtbis
d!oee«e at th* instance and request of tb? rector
of this parish to investigate the. said charges,
which «aid findings were inarte after a full, fair
and thorough inrestieatJon of all the fact* in
volred in »aM ctmrpe* completely exonerated
the K. v. Hubert C»wlpy-Carroll and found said
chxrces to be false and nntrne: ami : \
Whereas. this T**try has al.<o invesfijiateVl safd
iarg<>a and arrivd "at the same concluUoa as
said engrt of in<ju!ry; and " ■■ -■"-•'■■-'■ _i
WheTes.' the'said fltwilngs; rf mM ' inT<«t:ga
<ion ■ ■' this Testry.has t>ror«><T that the trust ami
i'-onSilence" of this Vestry In it* ■ Raid I rector were
\."t in any' wine mtspiacd and ' were fully
jt:'tisrd; now therefore be it .
!>*o;t»>U. that ft is the firm and positive, coo
»i.-f ion of tblf> T««try that then* charges ami »11
other Til reprtrt!*. rnman and jro«sir» re.fleetinK
i|>-in the character «f the rector of this parish.
ior Rev. .TTnbert Cftvrlej--Carrf4l. are. and the
sum* , are hereby branded a* fah«<».»«aliciou9 and
intra" in every part'ttilar. and deleil and with
out ho nlizbt>*!>t foundation In fact; that this
<e«try at all times has bad. and now ha*, ab«o
lute end implicit faith and ponJMence -in the
i"tperity. rlßhfrou«mef>s. sincerity and rectitude
ft its wld rector »nd that he ; deeenres,: and
ilKMiid have th* absolute . conlMence •; and l«yal
Kjrmort (>t er«»ry Bjeraher of thS* parL«h:. fortlier
H'solred. that a, <"opr of thl«resolation signed
hy file members of this vestry h» trans-nit
in he bishnji of thi*: diocese end also tfi*th<»
1!* ,, !-. Hub?rt th* , twiw «f this
?«rl*b. " ALBERT J. lIIRBLEK.
JOHN B. ( r-RTiS
kIAMS I. KITTLE,
R. J. DAVIS.
H. - C RODGERS. : ,--s
F. J. CltlST.
J. K. ARMSEY.
"-- J." K. Field, a member of St. |
John's church. Ross, startled the com-i
munity following one of the; Lenten j
services by an alleged attack upon the j
Rev. Hubert Couley-Carroll in th*
chancel of the church. At that time
the rector had the woman arrested by
the town marshal but not until she had
torn the bible from the lecturn and
na'J ripped its pages from the binding.
' Subsequent to her arrest and release
rha spread remarkable stories regard
ing- the character of the clergyman,
•I^claring , that he had expressed a love
for her and that she'had- returned it
«nd telling & compromising story of a
visit to this city with Rev. Mr. Carroll
and the registering , with him at a local
hotel. ' -
The reason glv<»n for her outbreak
n-?s that the-clergyman had refused' to
leave Ross at her demand, although
for a lonsr period he "had avoided ht-r
because of the unpleasantness between
them. A charge preferred against her
in Ross and a second accusation in the
superior court of San- Rafael were both
dismissed. /
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MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL IS SUCCESS
Verdi and Wagner Centenary Honored
Soloists vholook.parl m the festival- Tfc*.««:'. Retina Vicarino (at left), Roland Paul r and Virginia Pierce.
COL. JOHN L. FLYNN, OF
LEAGUE OF CROSS CADETS
FIRE DAMAGES FERRY SLIP
Freight'ferry slip Xo. 2, at the foot
of Lombard street, was badly damaged
by fire yesterday and ," will be out of
use : for some time. The loss is- esti
mated at about 55,00 V and is covered
by ;insurance. The origin of the- fire
Is unknown. * That the loss , was not
more serious is due to I the ; prompt * as
sistance. rendered by the city fire de
partment.'' the municipal flre tugs and
the ' etate fire v tugs Governor Mark ham
and Governor Irwin.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1913.
CADETS ARE READY
FOR THEIR PLEDGE
Largest Attendance in His
tory of League of the
Cross Expected
i
; Final -preparations have been .made
by the officers in : charge of the cere«
mony for the renewal of pledges to be
held tomorrow afternoon; at 3* o'clock,
in Mary's cathedral, under the aus
pices of the League' of the Cross.
; From 'l all * indications, there will be
the largest attendance in the history of
the organization of friends and former
members ;of the cadets, ■to witness the
renewal of the ■ solemn vow of r temper
ance by the officers, and members of the
first regiment. League of the Cross
Cadets, comprising ; 600 '"■ ■ men. - junior
branches of the} League of the Cross,
1,000 boys, and the Serra - cadets, 100
cadets.
The Rt. Rev. Bishop ; Hanna.; auxiliary
bishop of the archdiocese; of San'; Fran
cisco, will pr*»r.eh a ; sermon especially
prepared for the occasion. .
: The regiment, junior * branches ,■ and
Serra cadets will form at New Mont
gomery and Market streets at 5 2 o'clock.
With an escort of mounted police, they
will parade up Market street \to Golden
Gate avenue: I thence north on Van ■ Ness
avenue jto St. Mary's ? cathedral. The
the Cross Cadet band, J under
the leadership of Prof. : Schorcht, '■%. will
also he in line. V :'j -
- There will «■ be special music .by;: a
choir 'composed -of members ; of the I ca
dets, under; the ; direction yof ■- Battalion
Sergeant; Major Leo- Kane, r well * known
tenor. The; League of^the^Cross barm
will , render; sacred numbers. The mu
sical I program [ for the ocasion has been
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erranved by Lieutenant Colonel Jam**
P. Martin, chairman of the committee.
A At the conclusion of the services, the
regiment will ! assemble >in front ;of H th«
cathedral ? for military review and drees
parade/— The ' formation will be as fol
lows: * • -. • -
First battalion command of jtfajor
Frank Grimley: second 5 battalfm in
command Jof i Major Hugh J. Leonard;
regimental adjutant. Captain ■ Milo /: F.
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iv The review will be tendered iColonel
John ,L. Fhynn. the popular officer ; re
cently * appointed «U commander of '5 the
regiment^ 1 -**' :•'' ■' y* : : ";■■■.
The - committee in charge ofi affairs
is composed of Lieutenant Colonel
James P. Martin chairman; Captain
Bert sG. Doherty, , Captain Phil Powers,
Captain William Buckley, and Lieuten
ant John Canty. • I'-r-y ;'**-:.'-.■ ' •'
DEFENDS B. J. ARNOL& :.
AS HE CLOSES 3 BUREAU
i J. R. Bibbins, resident engineer rep
resenting Bion J. Arnold, the Chicago
traffic expert, formally closed ; the bu
reau :at the city hall yesterday and
'will- leave today fo - attack the trans
portation problems , of -'other cities. Mr.,
Bibbins , home is in Chicago, but on
bidding farewell yesterday'; he said he
would rather live in San 'Francisco.
'; The engineer j addressed- a communi
cation to i Supervisor, tVogelsang, % chair
man of the public utilities committee,
setting: forth i a defense of Arnold jln
response to the published criticisms
: which have been made "!*against v the
expert in regard to the.Chicago traction
settlement plan, and ito ,which. Arnold
has replied ,* in & a telegram to i Bibbins/;
"It '"' is ; entirely incorrect," says i : . Ar
nold, "[ "'to X reach c any conclusions > ; to the
effect that either 2 myself or the board
of eupervising engineers. CThieago
traction, ie responsible for any failure
of ■■' eervice: here, for the.l reason that #
the board is/ only £ advisory and can"
not act on its own initiative jin mat
ters relating to street railway > aervlce
until after belnr requested by the
city officials for recommendations."
STANFORD FACULTY MEN
STAR IN ORIGINAL SKIT
"Trouble*, a Stuirnt of Greek,** P«t
•m for Etllflcatioa of Dor*
Bunch
(Sp»eltJ Diipatch to The Call) .
V STANFORD UNIVERSITY, May 2 —
An original skit. "Troubles, a Student
of Greek," written by Prof. V. L*.,
Kellogg of the entomology department,
was staged;; by men of the v faculty at
-J,." — :»■ ».-.tU.;■■■- • ! :/--w-^-.-w.&»«»jfe»'-»i*»---'--;«"' l '" i
their clubhouse tonight, as part of their
>.- »» - - - j- -~'-. » --» • ->■ ■ -> -"-c3Bf*' i ' l Sß
program of entertainment for the stu
dents of Encina hall, the men's dormi
tory.
-Vy- The * cast: • .• . • '-■■ .■ . ... . ... _ v " ■•
President of high pressure university,
F. C Woodward; secretary. P. J. Treat:
efficiency manager. G. H. Marx; a phi
lanthropist, O. Searlf?. a. student, E. P.

Lesley; % interpreter, W. A. Cooper: »tu
dent of Greek, B. jO. Foster; professor
of Greek, Frank Angel). "./
. - A supper and jollyup around a bon
fire were other features of the .annual"
reception of the faculty to the Encina
men. 4, • >.'-•"*
AUDITORIUM FILLED FOR
ASSOCIATION WAR DRAMA
"Under Sealed Orders." Pl«j-.ln Four
Act*, Iμ presented-—Another Per- ..^
_ • '-'■,*
. formance Ton la lit
' A crowded house-greeted .the boys of
the * Young- Men's Christian ■ association
in the presentation of * "Under/ Sealed
Orders," a civil -war drama in four act 3,
given in the association auditorium
last evening , .
,J^- Among those .notable, for excellent
work during the evening. were Victor
Hildebrandt, Dorothy Goodwin,
: Spaeth. Warren Stevens, c'ul
verwell, George Bosq. George Fairchild,
Charles Weatherbe and Hatold Weule.
The oast was ; trained under the per
sonal direction of ; Raymond O. Hanson,
boys" work director of the Young Men's
Christian association. .'. - ~ , • '
Another performance will '*. be given
tonight for the > benefit 7: of the ; boys'
summer camp. • -< t ■■ .- -
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Among its many attractions Cali
fornia contains one t region alone which
would 2 make s a State .world I famoue. '< If
in i Europe it would attract the globe
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cherished beauty ? places;?* and j?dwarf
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when so near, is a pity.• ..»■•,-' ;: -/,
Easily accessible, with v comfortable
hotels, steam heated and electric
lighted, it offer* the most interesting:
and enjoyable 1J outing that :~< any.. one
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via : Southern Pacific, leaving San Fran
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Oakland, Sixteenth station, 10:18
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to the valley, at 7 o'clock next morn
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Hotel del Portal each morning, arriv
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valley, 14 mi lea, about noon. Round
trip k fare *^from. .San Francisco. {22.35, i
including:*- stage -to Sentinel Hotel.
Round-trip fart* ;by 'stage - thence- to
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1 of about 5.000 book titles and the seven certificates redeemable for the flret
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Get An Answer Book:- SoB2sftßS£
and 35 Pictures Free
gSSfei Teu can make 19 answers.- to each picture.' yet only need but one" copy ,
-Of each picture. " •\ '• 'l-\- '*■' ■'
w%sM On \ the i upper page • you ;paste a picture. On \ the lower section you writ* -
from 1 te 16 book titles which X you have selected for the picture pasted
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-; . -Find herewith SO cents (76 cent* at office), for which deliver. to me ye >-
I Answer j Book t »nd • * certificates *• returnable *as a the J pictures 1 appear in t tit* •
- rentest for Pictures Nob. St to 7*. In consideration of the above I agree to
take., or continue ato tak*. your paper » for ;a } period fof three months 5 from r
date. \
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I SPECIAL ATTENTION NON-SUBSCRIBERS: :■ By the j payment ,;ot; »l 00 1
I at our 1 office, or $1.10 by mall, you will receive the Answer Book without
I the Sβ pictures. Brine; or send the necessary amount as stated in this order
i form. ,i You had , better subscribe to tola paper and e*t the 35 free pteturtj
{ aad to* lesser price. •:'.-.■■■■
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