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SEATTLE, Oct. 5.— J. Otis Arthur, chief
claim clerk of the- Pullman Palace Car
Company, who had come west in search
of health, expired In his private car last
right shortly after the arrival of the train
from, the East.
Dies in Els Private Car.
\u25a0 The following county committeemen
were selected by the various district dele
Twenty-eighth District — J. J. Greely, John
Ryan, M. J. Brown, George McElroy.
Twenty-ninth— Joseph Hwnkett, James Cor
coran, Thomas Horan, Joseph Flannigan.
Thirtieth— J. M. D. . Davitt. Hamilton H.
Plant, James W. Farrell, George J. McLaugh
Thirty-first- J. j F. Renault, T. "W. Hickey,
Edward Twoomey, James H. Kennedy.
Thirty-second — Thomas F. Gavin, Daniel
Twoomy, Thomas Floyd, ' James Mooney.
Thirty-third— J. J. Donovan. C. J. Ward.
New County Committee.
It is with great regret that I announce that
we have been unable to find our candidate for
Mayor thi» evening; but I know that he will
take great pleasure In meeting with you at
the time that the ticket is ratified and ex
pressing to you then his unqualified support
of the- ticket and platform on which we stand
In the campaign that we are about to wage.
While the committee was out seeking
the nominee for Mayor the final motions
appointing the purity and vacancy com
mittee were passed. The crowd in the
gallery, which had been awaiting the re
turn of Bartlett and Sweigert with the
nominee, saw them return, whisper to the
chairman and then take their seats. It
was evident that Tobin could not be
found, and it scarcely needed the speech
of Bartlett to apprise the convention of
the fact. He spoke as follows:
At 9:25 the convention had completed
the ticket. There was no contest for any
Mayoralty Nominee Not Present.
J. S. Waddell, who was announced "as
the only Democrat ever elected to the
Assembly from the Thirty-ninth District,"
was nominated for Sheriff by J. Early
Craig of the Thirty-fifth District and
chosen by acclamation.
John H. Wise was placed in nomination
for Auditor by Delegate Pringle and
chosen by acclamation. He was Intro
duced to the convention as one of the
tried and true old warhorses of the party.
He said the nomination came as a sur
A. G. Maguire nominated Franklin K.
Lane for City and County Attorney in a
brief speech. No other name was men
tioned and Lane was nominated by ac
' Dr. Thomas B. AV. Leland was nomin
ated for Coroner by Joseph Rothschild.
He had no opponent. He was also nom
inated to fill the unexpired term.
George Dahlbender, a delegate from the
Forty-tifth District, was placed in nom
ination for County Clerk by W. A. Kelly
of the Thirty-fifth District. His nomina
tion came as a surprise to the convention.
Dahlbender when called • to the platform
said It was his first appearance before a
At the suggestion of the chairman a
motion was made that the secretary be
instructed to cast the ballot for the gen
tlemen reported favorably by the com
mittee, so they were officially declared
the Democratic nominees for Supervisors.
Wise Selected for Auditor.
Dr A. A. D'Ancona, H. U. Brandenstein.
John Connor. Peter J. Curtis, Lawrence J.
Dwyer. W. N. McCarthy, J. P. Booth, W. D.
Wasson, A. Comte Jr., S. Braunhart, "W. P.
Bock, James Butler, John Landers, Henry
Payot, Morris V. Samuels. Knox Maddox,
Luther Wagoner and H. F. Stafford.
The report of the chairman of the com
mittee on Supervisors was called for, and
A. G. Maguire read the following names:
That gentleman, whose career is brighten
than a Welsbach. light, will be our next Mayor.
Cheers were given again for Tobin
when the secretary announced the ballot.
A committee was sent out to find the
As soon as quiet was restored Charles A.
Sweigert seconded the nomination, end
ing his Bpeech as follows:
Charles Duggan. David Cronin.
Thirty-fourth— John H. Hanson, P. S. Hig
glns, P. F. Flynn, J. P. Hare. .
Thirty-fifth— E. F. Copeland, "W. A. Kelly, L
A. Dolan, L. Ferrari. • .
Thirty-sixth-Peter J. McCormick. J. Fennel,
Thomas F. Dwyer, employed as a la
borer at the Presidio, committed suicide
last evening by drinking carbolic acid at
the "Wunder brewery. Dwyer had spent
his week's wages on drink, and realizing
that he had no money to take home to his
family he preferred to die rather than
face his wife and children penniless.
Dwyer was 28 years of age. His body was
taken to the Morgue at the direction of
Drinks Carbolic Acid.
For Mayor . . ..JOSEPH S. TOBIN
For Sheriff J. _S. WARDELL
For Count ?• Clerk GEORGE D AHL.HENDER
For City Attorney .FRANKLIN K. IVANE
For Coroner .DR. T. B. AV. LELAXD
For Treasnrer ., SAM H. BROOKS
For Recorder . EDJIOXD GODCHAU.V
For Pnbllc Adminlntrntor ...*...* .PATRICK BOLAND
For District Attorney LEWIS F. BYI.NGTON
For Police .Tndpes ALFRED J. FRITZ, CHARLES T. COXLAX
For Tax Collector JOSEPH FASSLER
Dr. A. A. D'Ancona. Knox Muddox. A. Comte Jr. Henry Payot.
Peter J. Cnrtls. . H. U. Brandenstein. Jamen Butler. Lather W'nsoner.
J. P. Booth. Lawrence J. Dnjer. Maurice V. Samneln. John Connor..
S. Brannbart. XV. D. WaRHon. H. F. Stafford. XV. X". McCarthy.
John Landers. AV. P. Bock.
TICKET NAMED BY DEMOCRATIC CiTY CONVENTION.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR MAYOR AND OTHER CITY OFFICES.
A bazaar in aid of the church will be
held next Saturday night in the church
building and there will be a vote for the
most ftopular girl, the contestants being
Miss Gleeson of Mission Dolores Church.
Miss Mary C. Kirby of Holy Redeemer
Church and Miss Annie O'Brien of St.
An enjoyable musicale was given by
Miss Elizabeth E. Gleeson, daughter of
Sergeant. Gleeson, in ' the Turn Verein
Hall. Eighteenth street. Friday night tc/
the benefit of the new Church of the
Holy Redeemer, Diamond and Eighteenth
streets. The hall was crowded to the
doors. The programme consisted of re
marks by the Rev. Joseph E. McQuaide,
pastor of the church; piano solos by Miss
G'.eeson and Maurice S. Kramer, banjo
selections by Thomas Mahoney, songs by
Miss Zeta Fahey r Miss Kittle Barry, B.
L. Tarbox, Miss Flossie Beauford, "W. J.
O'Brien, AV. J. McDonald and Miss Flor
ence Donovan;, instrumental trio, Joseph,
Harry and Ida Lasekan; impersonations,
Joseph Rosborough; specialties, Cathcart
and Ryan. . • • -; .
Most Popular Girl at Bazaar to 3r
'-Held Next Week to Be Chosen
FOR CHTTRCH BENEFIT
The election proclamation omits calling
for the choice of a Coroner lor the unex
pired term. It is probable under the cir
cumstances that Dr. Leland will decline
this part of h!s nomination.
A further reason why the Election Com
missioners would be pleased to see no
nomination for this unexpired term is
that with the names already submitted
there will be no room on the ticket for
additional names. This is due to a scar
city of paper, enly a supply sufficient to
comply with the law being obtainable
from the Secretary of State, thus pre
venting an enlargement in case other pe
titions might be filed later.
Immediately after the adjournment of
the convention the committee in charge
cf the filing of the certificate of nomina
tion repaired to the ottice of Registrar
ualsh, who, together with Commissioner
v oorsanger and Chief Deputy Zemansky.
was in waiting. Although a form had
been prepared in advance, it only lacked
twenty-five minutes of midnight before
matters were adjusted. Registrar Walsh
indorsed the tiling of the certificate at
11:35 p. m.
R. P. Troy, Louis de F. Bartlett and
Charles A. Swtigert composed the com
mittee in charge of the filing of the cer
tificate I and were assisted by Secretary
Hickey. Each one anxiously scanned the
clock as the minutes slipped away. This
is the first time in the history of the Reg
istrar's office that one of the lpa-V->~
ties haa been so late in filing: the nomina
File Certificate in Time.
There are forty committeemen at large
to be appointed by Chairman McGee, but
their names will not be announced by him
until some future date.
The following committees were ap
Purity of election— R. P. Troy, Theodore Zelg
ler. Joseph Rothschild, Louis de F. Bartlett
and Geonse A. Kelly.
Vacancies— Joseph I. Lawless, J. D. Maxwell,
Thomas E. Curran, Louis H. Mooser and A. G.
T. J. Kennedy. R. P. Julian. '
Thirty-seventh— C. A. Swelgert. J. H. Bloom,
A. G. Maguire. John F. Cosgrove.
Thirty-eighth— Frank L. Fenton, Richard R.
Wallace, John W. Lewis, Charles Cassasa.
Thirty-ninth— Joseph Slye, Charles Meehan,
R. V. Whiting. L.. A. Ward.
Fortieth— Matt Brady, Richard O'Connor,
Louis Samuels. M. C. Hassett.
Forty-first— Stephen Potter, William Buckley,
Daniel T. Haley, D. J. A. O'Keefe.
Forty-second— Neil Begg, Curtis Hillyer, An
tone Flynn. J. T. Cramer.
Forty-third— J. N. Shanahan, J. J. McGuire,
Edward Gosllner, James Neil.
Forty-fourth— J. Campodonico, J. W. Reilly,
K. Ritori. F. L. Griffin.
Forty-fifth— W. J. McGee. George Beau
champ, George A. Kelly, M. H. Heenan.
Full" Ticket Is
Pr ogf amme
HE Democratic local convention
II completed its nominations at Met
! ropolitan Temple last evening and
11 adjourned sine die. The ticket was
filed in the office of the Registrar
of-voters before midnight. A Notary was
brought to the Temple to attest the cer
tificates, in order to avoid unnecessary
The slate prepared by the Democratic
managers was handed back without the
trace of a fracture. Not the slightest op
position to the programme was displayed,
but, on the other hand, the slate was ac
cepted with occasional shouts of approval.
Jcsepn S. Tobin was nominated for
Mayor. The nominee is a Native Son, a
banker and a lawyer and a member of
the present Board of Supervisors. He is
a son of Robert J. Tobin, secretary of
the Hibernia Savings and Loan Society
and a member of the law firm of Tobin &
Tpbin. He is a married man, his wife be
i#g a daughter of the late General W. H.
ijimond. The nominee is quite well known
in club, commercial and society circles.
He is a member of the San Francisco
Golf Club, the Burllngame and Univer
sity clubs and the San Francisco Art As
sociation. • ' .
Bartlett Names Tobin.
Although 7 o'clock was the hour set for
the assembling of the convention,^ it was
an hour and a half later when Chairman
McUee called that body to order. Judge
A. J. Fritz was called forward to indorse
the platform, which he did in a brief
speech. Calls were made for Joseph
Kassler, nominee for Tax Collector, but
he was not present.
A committee of four was appointed to
attend the funeral of the late Lawrence
L.. H. Mooser, chairman of the commit
tee on order of business, moved a sus
pension of the rules, by which the nom
inations for Mayor and Board of Super
visors were taken from the bottom of the
list and placed first, the remainder com
ing as first agreed upon. This was adopt
ed and nominations for Mayor were
called. Louis de F. Bartlett placed the
name of Joseph S. Tobin before the con
Swei&ert Makes Seconding Speech.
Tobln's name was received with cheers.
JOSEPH S. TOBDM NOMINATED FOR MAYOR;
BY THE DEMOCRATIC LOCAL CONVENTION
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1901.
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Parents of Alice Weber
of San Francisco.
From time to tima there have been ap-
pearing 1 in this paper accounts of the
wonderful workings of Ismar, the famous
Egyptian seeress. But perhaps nothing:
has so clearly demonstrated Ismar's pow-
ers as 'what she has accomplished for
Alice Weber, a San Francisco saleslady.
Following is Miss Weber's own story,
which she related to a reporter before
leaving for Melbourne. Australia:
"Yes, as far :.s« I can learn, I was kid-
naped in 1S75, just twenty-five years ago,
and up to last June I had not the least
idea who I was or where I was born. A
matron in a foundling asylum In Denver,
Colo., where I was an occupant until I
was 17 years of age, told me when I left
that institution that I had been left upon
the doorsteps, a child of about 3 years
old. She told me that a note pinned tc*
my dress stated that I belonged to a
prominent family and had been kidnaped
and held for ransom 'for six months. The
reason stated for leaving me there was
that my family had met with financial re-
verses since my abduction. With this In-
formation as to who I was I have strug-
gled on, and with every penny I could
spare out of my earnings I tried by means
of detective agencies and the personal col-
umns of newspapers to locate my parents,
"From Denver I came to San Francisco
and obtained a pocition in a department
store, and by attending strictly to busl-
• ness was advanced to the position of
buyer for my department. Having read
so much in the newspapers of Ismar's
wonderful powers. I decided to call upon
this famous seeress at her office, 114S Mar-
ket- street, opposite Sixth street.
"Ismar read ivy past like an open book,
and among many other things she told
me that my father was dead and that my
mother had married again and was living 1
in Melbourne. Australia, at the present
time, and that I would be with her before
the end of the present year. An answer
to a letter addressed to my mother In
Melbourne has proved to me the correct-
ness of all Ismar's statements, even to j
the fact that they had moved there from
Away off in Australia an anxious moth-
er awaits the arrival of the vessel bring-
ing her long-lost daughter home. Miss
Weber's last words were that Ismar has
the next place in her heart after her
To one and all, no matter what yonr
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Referee's Auction Sale
BY ORDER OF COURT.
FINAL OFFERING OF
Crooks 1 Estate Properties,
Monday, October 7, 1901,
12 O'CLOCK NOON. , ;?, -
At Salesrooms of i * "" * •
G. H. UMBSEN & CO.,
Nc. 14 Montgomery Street.
Prominent Third-Street Corner,
200 feet of Market Street. Larga
front igres on Third, Stevenson
and Jessie Streets. The largest
available corner left in this sec-
tion of the cty. Offered inthreo
1. North corner Third and Jessi© sts., «9 ft.
on Third at.. 83 ft. on Jessie st. Stores and
offices; rents $3220 per annum.
2. Three-story and basement brick building
and lot fronting 60 ft. on Stevenson at.. 57:(
ft. east of Third St., and fronting 27:« ft. oa
J. Three-story and basement brick building
and lot fronting: SO ft. on Stevenson at.. UT:«
ft. east on Third st. and fronting 47 ft. oa
Jessie st. Annual income front these last two
pieces $4C0O; can be separated and Increased
with small outlay.
Choice Pieee of Business Property.
Nos. 910. 9V2 and 914 Kearny street, between
Jackson and Pacific, extending through to
Montgomery avenue; two frontages. 49:J feet
on Kearny and 60 feet on Montgomery avenusj
will pay well when properly Improved.
Brick Building, Nos. 915-917-919
Between Washington and Jackson: lot 4?:S ,
feet by 137:< feet: best location la. Chinatown j
present' rental $155 per month.
Nos/*832-834. Washington .Street-
Large, centrally located corner brick build-
ing in Chinatown, northwest corner of Wash-
ington street and Stouts alley, between Dupont
aid Stockton streets; 64:S by 137:8 feet; rents
J350 per month.
Three Lar?e Pieees of Property In l .
ComtnK manufacturing center of th» dry; i
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Almost entire block bounded by 13th and j
19th. Wisconsin and Arkansas streets. ;
Arkansas street' frontage \u25a0 of 200 feet, front j
Arkansas to Wisconsin streets.
Nineteenth street, S. W. corner of Wisconsin, j
96:10 feet on 19th by 83 feet on Wisconsin it.
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