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The Bulletin Is received into the office and the home with pleasure
Of the next six men, who past youH
Prom Stn Franelieoi
Slefra Sept. 19
America Mam Sept. 21
Per San Francisco:
Sonoma Sept. 18
Mongolia Sept. IS
Mlowera Sept. 22
Aorangl Sept. 19
Vol. XVIII No. 3J86
on the street, one hat tome money, i
tw nvci wile ! luumny jut aiio.i,-
er place to live, and one It anxious
to secure a better Jcb. Naturally
these three men are reading .the
Wants nowadays. Have vou anv
thing to say to (hem? f
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To Lift Manchuria Five
Trying To Dynamite
Path Through Reef To Save
SIX BIG BLASTS THIS MORNING
TI10 Uullctlu's rcpreaentutUo nt high thin today, but, on account of
Wnlmanalu telephones, us follows: Unfavorable weather all day ycatcr
Wulmanalo. a: 25 p . m.-"l hac Juzl' aay lho arrangements for the big
come aohore from aboard lho Mau.Ura t , , d ,B , (.
WKtiJxrw.iS'jiK cr ,tou wat,mara;,0' rr ,a
calf expects to Btnrt tlio big effort to """"" reporter Is Hlatloned, Is to
pull her off nt 11 o'clock tomorrow ."'o "cct "'nt " attempt to get the
morning. The pulling may take tin i'e Manchuria" off In likely to bo made bo
or four ilas. Captain Metcalf fecial fore tomorrow morning,
sure that the liner will Imi saved, but 1 Tho cablcshlp Ueiitorer lias hold of
dors not anticipate thnt the first da'i i. disabled passenger Rteamahlp and
big Etraln will accomplish the work. !h keeping a Bteady strain on lici,
..''.''. JiilVi"" ,,1asll,),,,,,,,, ,,1L' j;rc'1: Itiongli she Is making no effort to pull
considerably nnd she motes earl y In , . . ... , ,,, , , ,
bcr coral cradle. One blast this morn-1 '.er " ,mete' ho '" " ller "' "8'-
lug Was a stnrtlcr. Captain Haiinders ,""" ngnlnst lho wind.
rushed to the esRcl's side, thinking ll Bl111 i"l"ay thw morning
for the moment thut the ship had been
Injured by the explosion of the dnn
"The last of the coal will be oer
' board by midnight, nt which time tho
water will he pumped out of the Muu-
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to lighten the ship so that bhu will
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be raised flte feet.
"The pumping will be finished, early
tomorrow morning, when ull will be In
readiness for n big pull."
" Walmnnalo, 3:10 p. m. Six heav
blasts have been used so far today In
churla to safety If she run be moved whnt lllllo comfort there was In
from her present bed of muni and "l0 r,"-
toral. ' I This morning a gang of Japanese,
The water was thrown to n coiisl.l-'ioorcd with coal dust which the
erable height when the blasts were wind sported with most strenuously,
made and those nboaul the Mauchiirl.t were kept btuty getting coat over
could feol tho big Bhlii tremble with ()ard from tho Mimclmrla, In order
each Shock. . mtt,a ,,.r n llclit n nnanlliln. Tlio
Thero wilt be no pulling on the ,
wicck today. The next effort to movo
her may bo made lomormw forenoon.
It Is expected that the blasting nuern
tlons will be completed this uflernoon. j
Heavy squalls made things look se
rious for the Manchuria lying strand
ed on the Wulmanalo reef, for a wlill.i
last night. Tho wind was high nnd
tho seas rough and for u time, during
the night, those nt scene of the
wreck feared that lho big effoits be
ing made to sulto tho liner would nil
go for nought.
It bad been planned to mako a mon
lr pull on the Manchuria wreck at
"Better be ture than sorry" It a say-
ing older than our tafe-depotlt vault,
but It fiti It at If made to order. Bel.'"' "- "'. iuuhu '"j iin.-
ter be ture of tho safety of your pa-lBar'-
pert than torry you had not rented
one of the boxes at five dollars a year. Llko the. 11III, the world Is more or
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO. lens sugar-coated.
5or. FORT and HOTEL 8T8
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nnd tho nous were high. Toward
noon thu weather moderated anil tho
I reparations for thu pull aro again
Superintendent flulncg of tho local
table olllro went over tho Pall last
''leht In an auto. This morning he
liitft tillk.l I It l nntilnulild l)iialHAI
boardeil tho cablcshlp Kustorer.
1IU trip over tlio I 'all was an ex
alting experience, for I lie pass was
veiled In mist' and for a gnat pari of
lho way thu chauffeur found great dif
ficulty In finding thu road. ,
'At one tlmu thu auto stuck In lho
sand on thu road to Walmanalo. The
mwl . ,,, rhnn, , ,., rn,
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to permit of lho ship's egress. In case
rhe an bo moved, was also proceed
"1 with, .though not without much illf.
TON THE BUSIEST
IN IT 1 WRECK
One of the busiest men nt Will in a
nnlo, wiere Ilea (he Mnni'hurln wreck,
lu lliml.ll.. Utu.ti.nn.l.H l A Mill.lnn
I ' ,,- J,? the special office of
1 the MeumerH ngents. II. lluckfeld &
Co, on the bcaih, where a telephone
keeps the city headquarters Informed
of nrfnlrs. Mr. Churton Is camping
mill wIM stay by the wicd; until she
is pulled off or abandoned. 'I ho amount
(of correspondent!! t unpenitent upon
the wieik of tlio Manchuria would
I sin prise one nut utitiululed with tho
1 nuts aim tlio serwicx or on expert fil
"r.ipher weie, eaily In the history
Arc here in the largest assort
ment of Styles and Fabrics
ever shown in the city
The sooner you come the
better your selections will be.
TEL. MAIN 28.
3jfclyiifc MdtA m.
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sJK: 'J MLjrra&Mii '
It ih after
Claim He Admitted Away
Their Rights In
ALLEQE HE DID NOT
KNOW FACTS OF CASE
riLC AFFIDAVITS AND MOTION
TO STRIKE ANSWER MADE
IN THE HOLT WILL
A side show of considerable Inter
est bun been started In tho case of
(J. A. Long h. J. I). Holt et nl.. bill
to construe thu will of tho late ll. W.
Holt, by a storm being called down
over thu head of i:. A. Douthltt, who
was appointed guardian ad litem of
tho Holt minors, who aro defendants
la tho caso.
The ball was started rolling this
tnornlng by Helen Ciislilngliain, tho
guardian of the minors, filing a mo.
tlon lo slrlke out the answer Died by
Douthltt In behalf of thu minors. Tlio
grounds aro Hint It Interposes no do-
fenso and alleges matters prejudicial
lo tlio Interests of tho minors, nnd
that It admits allegations, which are
'Istlnclly against their rights.
These giounds are supported by an
nfltduvlt by Mrs. Cushinghnm, In
v.hlcli sho sajs thnt Douthltt has not
vr consulted cither herself or her
children In tho matter, and tho "bo-
llvves that the said guardian ad litem
has taken no steps to nsccrtnln, nnd
does not know what the property
rights of said minors are."
Tlio ainant shows further: "That
In admitting all the allegations of
said petition the suld guardian nd li
tem has waived ami admitted away
thu rights of the minors."
Bhu also denies that Douthltt has
any knowledge, which enables him to
admit the allegation that Hubert and
JatncH L. Holt are children of Jns. It.
Holt and grnuddilldien of ll. W. Holt.
It Is shown thnt lie has admitted that
O. J Holt's heirs and thoso claiming
under them, Including thu minors,
have no interest In thu It. W, Holt es
tate, except n one third part of ln0
lauds put chased and (oine)ed to tho
cexculor. The admission of theso al
legations Is shown to be adverse and
prejudicial to tho minors' Interests.
It Ih further alleged that IKiutlilll's
allegation, that the minors own one-twenty-seventh
Interest in Walalua
and Wnhlawa lands Is erroneous, and
that If Iio'IiikI examined tho papers
on fllo In tho court lit) would huvo as
rertalncd that theso luteiestH had
been sold by order of thu court. II Is
(ilso slated thut thu nllegutloii that
luudu at Walalua, Mukahu und Wuhlu
a should be told, Is ouu which cou
cedes to Long one of thu principal
points nt Issue. Tho allium states
that hIio Is advised that tho only prop
er unswer, which tho gilurdian ud II
tein could interpose, Is one placing
Hie petitioner on strict proof of his
nllcgutlons, und submitting the Inlir
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details, making remittanc
es monthly or as preferred.
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of the knowledge and ex
perlence of a trustworthy
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SAN FRANCI8CO, Cal., 8ept. 8.
SUGAR! 96 degrees test Centrifugals,
4.062S cents. Previous quotation. 4
SAN FRANCI80P, Cal., Sept. 12
SUGAR: 06 degrees test Centrifugals,
4.08375 centt. BEETS: 88 analysis,
9t. 10 1-2d. Parity. 4 07 cents. Pre.
vlous quotation, 9s. 6 3-4d.
Weekly Bulletin XI par year.
At Your Own Price
The old established furniture house of J. HOPP & Cp , tha
store In the Young Building, which recently bought the stock
of furniture which beloaged to the Porter Furniture Co. which
It retiring from business, have placed on tale at J. HOPP A
CO8 ttoret th entire ttoek of Porter's at prices which hava
never been placed on furniture here before.
J. HOPP f. CO. carry on their own account a large ttook
of furniture and they hava no room for Porter't ttoek, to
they will almost give away the latter. Bring your money
with you end the price will be less than you expect to pay.
Closing Out The Stock
The Porter Furniture Co. had a ttoek which Included soma
high grade goodt. We will "murder" tbest. We have a new
lot of new furniture due to arrive here and mutt put Porter't
ttoek out of the way.
The ttoek Includes everything you can ust In your house.
Now It the time to buy It.
Porter's Stock At Your Figures
1053-1059-1065 YOUNQ BUILDING BISHOP STREET.
PACIFIC MUTUAL FACTS.
The Company tuttalned only one death lott attributable directly to
the awful disaster of April 18th last
The Company's 8an Franclteo Home Office Building, dettroyed by fire,
wat fully covered by Insurance In atandard companies.
The land upon which the 8an Francisco Home Office Building stood
hat not depreciated In value, but by reason of the destruction of Chinatown,
hat rather appreciated In value.
San Franclteo mortgages held by tho Company, amounting to $298,450,
were protected by real estate valued at $493,000, with Improvementt, only a
part of which were dettroyed, worth $170,000, and upon which Improve
ment! the Company held fire Inturance to the amount of $75,000.
The vaults withstood the fire and their entire contents, about two car
loads of books and records, are now in our Los Angtlet Home Office,
The Company haa approved attett of about $11,000,000; hat nearly
$100,000,000 of Insurance In force; hat an annual Income of mora than $4,
600,000, and haa turplut to policy-holders of about $1,000,000.
Under the California Inturance lawa the stockholders, whoso wealth It
estimated about $40,000,000, are liable for the obligations of the Company.
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INBURANCE COMPANY OF CALI
FORNIA It the largest and most popular life Insurance company west of
the Mississippi River, and has done a conservative and progressive butlnett
for thirty-nine years, paying claims promptly and satisfactorily, at It will
continue to do. J. N. RUS8ELL, JR., Secretary.
No matter what our competitors may say to you, these are the FACT8I
CLINTON J. MUTCHIN8,
920 FORT STREET. . GENERAL AGENT.
AND ARE NOW
i FOR THE VOMAI
The KM 111 Dlstilct delegates to tlio
County Convention will caucus at 7:UU
o'clock this cnlng at Republican
headquarters. This will be tho final
getting together before tho convention,
which opens In the Orpheum theater
tomorrow morning nt 9 o'clock.
It Is expected Hint the work of the
convention will, be hustled along In
busluess style The caucus of tho
fourth District delcgutes last night
iiicouipllshed much townrd the or
laugement of r.lfnlrs tomorrow and the
I-'Ifth District caucus tonight should
complete many details, ho thai the
Districts will, as far as possible, work
It Is easier lc make n man talk In 11
barroom than on the witness stand.
Kvery dog has his duy, but sol
men bark nil the time.
-' 'fir Rent" cards en Ml at
hi Bulletin office.
NEW YORK. N. Y., Sept. 13. Wil
liam Randolph Hearst wat today
nominated for Governor of New York
by the Independence League.
Thlt League It a distinctly Hearst
party, which has been organized
throughout the 8tate on much the
tame lines as the Municipal Owner
ship League, which nearly carried
Hearst to victory In the New York
The great question now In New
York State politics It whether the
Democratic 8tate Convention, toon to
meet at Buffalo, will endorse Hearst
or put Jerome In the field. Hearst In-,
fluences now control the New York
Democratic State Committee,
WARSAW, Runla, Sept. 13. Ger
man Interference to assist the Czar It
foared In cate of a renewal of t he
mi e Free
.PARI8, France, Sept. 13. The
Humberta, whose fraudulent finan
ciering wat the center of worldwide
interest, have bsen released from
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. 13.
The cruisers Tacoma and Cleveland
are being held In readiness for dis
patch to Cuba.
Flnt Job Printing at the
The More You Think
about our men's working shoes the greater your appreciation of
tho wonderful value, good-fit features, long-wear quality, high
grade finish and good appearance In every pair. Then you do
not wonder at our large trade there's a reason for It.
No man, whether poor or comfortably fixed, can afford to
pay for shoct and havo them rip and tear the very first time he
gets them wet. Ho would rather pay more and get quality.
Shoes cost more now to build than ever before; hence there
must be a sacrifice somewhere. We positively will not cut out
quality In our otock and tell a man "This Is the same shot at
the same price." Full value here In every sale.
J 05 J Fort Street.
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. 13 The reb
els are destroying the railroads and
telegraph lines and are seizing Amer.
lean and property.
A band of rebels robbed the munic
ipal treasury at Crlecot A party of
them attacking Ranchuclo wat re
DENVER, Col., Sept. 13 The Dcm
ocratlc Stats Convention hat noml-
nated Alva Adams for Governor. Ad,
ami wat elected to the office at the
last election but manipulated out of
it by the Republican forcet behind
ODESSA, Ruscla, Sept. 13. During
an antl-Jewieh outbreak Own Kooper
wat burned and many Injured.
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