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SACRAMENTO PORTER INSOLVENT— I.
T. Gibson, a porter of Sacramento, filed a
petition in insolvency yesterday. His liabil
ities are |3il 75, with assets aggregating $133.
CASHIER ARRESTED.— George W. Hafner.
sashler at the branch office of the American
District Telegraph Company. 609 Market street.
was arrested yesterday afternoon by Policeman
Gallaway on a warrant from Police Judge
Mogan's court charging him with misdemeanor
embezzlement. The complaining wltnees Is L
N. Miller Jr. of the main of flee at 302 Mont
gomery street.
THOMAS WAS ROMANCTNO.— John Thom
as, alias George Clare, alias Henry Clay, who
lately boasted In a shooting gallery on Grant
avenue that he bad killed Policemen GrtMn
and GrUfltha In Denver in 1S9S. was placed
under arrest but was released from custody
yesterday afternoon. - He was on the verge
of delirium trexaens and did not. know whit
he was* talking about. He was a waiter in a
restaurant In Denver at the time the two
officers were shot.
Antonio Becco, for his 14-year-old
son Andrew, yesterday commenced
suit in the Superior Court to recover
110,100' damages from the D. Ghirar
delli Company for personal injuries al
leged to have been sustained by the
boy on April 12, while he was in the
firm's employ. : It is declared In the
complaint that the -foreman, knowing
the boy to be inexperienced, put him
to work making tops of cans on a ma
chine known as a "cover press," and
by reason of his Inexperience the
boy's hand was mangled and lost two
fingers in the machine.
Bloney for Lost Flagers.
H. Pattee. a merchant of Ca.rr.po. Seco. Ca!a
vera* County, has fil*<J a petition in' ».ar!t
niptcr. H!» liabilities are $0724 M, with as
t -t* amoaciinr to J:i"> 60.
CALAVEKAS MERCHANT BANKRUPT.
. Eight hours later Callaghan called at
the Southern police station and asked
to be sent to a hospital, as he was sick.
He was taken to .the Central Emer
gency Hospital by Policeman Hinrichs,
where it was found that he was suffer
ing from 'colic, and he was detained for
observation. At that time it was not
known that he was the same man who
fired a shot at his wife, but the knowl
edge came to the police later and he
was charged with assault to murder.
John J. Callaghan, an engineer, liv
ing at 744 Harrison street, was taken
from the Central Emergency Hospital
to the City Prison yesterday afternoon
and booked on a charge of assault to
murder. About 3 o'clock Wednesday
afternoon Callaghan went home under
the Influence of liquor, and his wife,
Mary, scolded him. He pulled a re
volver out of his pocket, and she shoved
him aside and ran out of the room,
closfng the door behind her. Callaghan
fired a shot through the door, but the
bullet missed her. She notified Police
man T. C. Murphy, but . when • he
reached the house Callaghan had dis
appeared.
John J. Canadian Objects to Being
Scolded and Is Charged With
,'/:-. Assault to Murder.
Dr. J. Albert XoBIe, who secured an
annulment of his marriage two weeks
ago in the local courts, has again be
come a benedict. The well-known
young surgeon left here a week ago
Thursday for Santa Cruz and was
married there on the same day to
Mis3 M. K. Welsh, formerly of Hono
lulu. After spending a week's honey
moon at the seaside th£ couple re
turned here . yesterday and registered
at the Palace.
Dr. Noble Marries Again.
Le Count Council of Berkeley, Sierra
Council of Oakland and Alanieda
Council of Alameda of the Royal
Arcanum Trill celebrate the twenty
seventh anniversary of the institution
of the order by an entertainment and
<lane<? in Maple Hall. Oakland, thia
evening.
Royal Arcanum Day.
The French colony of San Francisco
has selected the members of the com
mittee who will have charge of t^he
celebration of the fall of the'Basile
to be held at the Mechanics' Pavilion
July 14 under the presidency of the
French Consul. The officers of the
executive committee are as follows:
M. M. Etlenne Lanel, Consul General
of France, president of honor; Felix
Santalller. president of the day: H.
Cassou, first vice president; A. Du
clos, second vice president; E. Pag
nuelo, secretary; A. Ortlon, treasurer.
The celebration will consist of a lit
erary and musical matinee from 1:30
to 6 o'clock, a grand promenade con
cert from 8 to 10 p. m. and a ball
from 10 p. m. .to 5 a. m. Side shows
and other attractions will prevail to
make this occasion a great success.
Bastile Committees Named.
Reliable gas ranges $16 50. regular
price $20. this week only at S. F. Gas
& Eiectric Co.. 415 Post bL •
ENGINEER . TAKES SHOT
AT WIFE THROUGH DOOR
For visitor* to the 'World's Fair to «r*e
the East. Reduced rates to New York
end other Eastern cities are now In ef
fect, via the Pennsylvania Lines,
through either Chicago or St. Louis.
Tickets to New York and Philadelphia
are good via Washing-ton, allowing ten
cays at the national capital. Stopovers
are also allowed at Baltimore and Phila
delphia. For particulars, ask E. M. Pora
»roy, P. C A^ €21 Market street, San
FraacUco. •
An Excellent Opportunity
All we need to be happy fs a little va
cation. No , ma Her what our work may
be. a change is necessary. Man requires
a rest and the best rest is a change of
surroundings. Drop your work for a few
days or a few weeks. Take advantage
of the special rates for the summer over
the California Northwestern Railway.
"The Picturesque Route of California."
and visit some of the beautiful spots
along that road. Stop at a mineral re
sort, a farm house or camp alone some
stream, and come back to your work
with renewed life and vigor. . •
Be Happy.
Ball from G. A. Ball, for desertion;
by Judge Sloss to Minnie H. Cook
from Chester Cook, failure to provide;
Anna Cook from Augustus Cook,
cruelty.
In April, 1903, Ellas Wiberg was
employed as an able seaman on the
American steamer Westport at a sal
ary of $45 per month. ¦ While attend
ing to his duties on the 20th of April
at San Pedro he was injured by the
capstan pulling away from the deck
while the steamer was being warped
to the dock. The broken instrument
struck him with such force that he
will be a cripple for life. Suit was en
tered in the United States court for
$9000 damages and the steamer li
beled. Evidence was given before
Judge de Haven. Yesterday morning
the court handed down a decision in
which Wiberir is awarded damages In
the sum of $4500 and costs.
In United States Court Ellas Wiberg
Wins His Case Against Steam*
ship Owners.
SEAMAN RECOVERS DAMAGES
FOR INJURIES ON WESTPORT
LIMA. Peru, June 23. — Dr. John Frederick
Elmore hag been appointed Peruvian Minister I
at Waahinitton. succpedlnsr Manuel Alvarez I
Cald«ron, who has resigned.
Woods conducted an advertising and
real estate business at 14 McAllister
street and on May 17 he induced G. M.
McKay of 1000 Van Ness avenue to
purchase a half interest In the busi
ness for $400, on the representation that
it was paying a handsome dividend.
When the contract was drawn up Mc-
Kay produced his check for $400.
Woods took it and said he would go to
the bank and have it certified, but he
cashed the check and disappeared.
When McKay went to the office at 14
McAllister street there was nothing to
be seen but a few eirfpty bottles. Mc-
Kay swore out a warrant for Woods'
arrest on a charge of grand larceny.
Two of Woods' other victims are
George Schrenck, to the extent of $450,
and George Stillman, $100. It was
through Schrenck that Woods* identity
with the man under arrest in St. Louis
was made known. Woods attempted to
paas a check there for $303 which' had
been raised from $3. The' check pur
ported to be signed by W. F. Tull & Co.
of this city and payable to g!
Schrenck. When the police here were
notified from St. Louis a reply was sent
that no firm of that name was known
here, but later Schrenck Informed the
police that he had received a check for
$3 from W. F. Tull & Co. of the Par
rott building, which he had handed to
Woods.
F. J. Woods, who was arrested in St.
Louis, Mo., last week, under the name
of E. E. Frink, for attempting to pass
a check raised from $3 to $903 on a bank
there, has been identified as a man
wanted here on a charge of grand .ar
ceny, and yesterday the papers for his
extradition were prepared. A detective
will leave this morning to bring Woods
back.
Proves to Be F. J. Woods, Wanted for
Grand Larceny in San Fran
cisco.
ST. LOUIS CHECK RAISER
IS IDENTIFIED BY VICTIMS
The arresting officers were told by
Hill that he had sold the jewelry and
clothing and had nothing left. He is a
well-known thief and has served five
terms for petty larceny.
The police have been for the last
month on the lookout for Lawrence
Hill, who is wanted in San Mateo
County, and yesterday afternoon De
tectives Cody and Mulcahy saw him on
Montgomery street and placed him un
der arrest. He was locked up in the
City Prison.
Hill was employed by one Leon of
Burlingame. It is alleged that about a
month ago Hill stole a horfee and buggy
and some jewelry belonging to his em
ployer and drove to a store in San
Mateo, where he purchased a quantity
of clothing and underclothing ¦ in the
name of his employer. He drove to this
city and tied the horse to a hitching
post at Golden Gate avenue and Lar
kin street. The rig was taken charge of
by the police and returned to the
owner.
Lawrence Hill Is Arrested by Police
for Stealing Horse and Boggy
and Jewelry.
WANTED. IN SAN MATEO
FOR ROBBING EMPLOYER
Other suits for divorce were filed
yesterday by '» Hannah F. Johansen
against Charles T. Johansen. infidel
ity; Mary Kail against Edward Kail,
neglect and desertion; Grace Whiteley
against Harry Whiteley, cruelty;
Abraham Spigel against Pauline Spi
gel, desertion; Fanny C. Cullen
against P. J. Cullen, neglect.
A divorce was granted by Judge
Troutt to Josephine H. Adams from
Joseph H. Adams, a mining man, on
the ground of willful negtect, and the
court awarded the mother the cus
tody of the child Jeannette and $150
.a month alimony. Other divorces
were granted by Judge Graham to
Cornelius J. Prendergast., from Jean
P. Prendergast for desertion; by
Judge Troutt to Flora Mae Thomas
from H. P. Thomas, for extreme cru
elty; by Judge Kerrigan to Susan G.
Acts of cruelty alleged to have
commenced a few weeks after their
marriage in September, 1896, and
continued until now, are assigned by
Frederika A. Pedro as reason for her
demand for divorce from Anthony S.
Pedro, superintendent for Gray Bros.,
contractors. In the many offenses
specified Is one of his throwing, a
lighted lamp at her. She says that
Pedro owns several parcels of real es
tate and has $7000 in bank. She asks
that she be given $75 a month ali
mony, $100 costs and $500 for attor
ney's fees. ,
OTHER UNHAPPY COUPLES.
Charles F. Jaiser. a detective who
had been employed by the plaintiff
to shadow her husband, had several
written reports of his observations
which were not offered in evidence.
The hearing will be resumed on
Monday.
Marguerite G. Kapp, wife of Charles
F. Kapp, manufacturer of tamales,
yesterday made a quick move in ob
taining a legal severance of marriage
ties. Her complaint for divorce on
the 'ground of cruelty was filed in the
morning and at noon Presiding Judge
Graham had granted her an interloc
utory decree. The husband was in
court and offered no objection to the
proceedings. Mrs. Kapp testified
generally that he had treated her
with extreme cruelty for five or six
years past and her evidence was cor
roborated by her sister, Mrs. Frank
Dunn.
Two letters which were not read in
open court because of the nature of
their contents constituted the feature
of the trial commenced yesterday in
Judge Sloss' court of the suit of Louise
K. HIslop against George W. Hlslop
for divorce on £he ground of infidelity.
Xowlin and Fassit appeared for the
wife and West and De Journal looked
after the husband's case. The specta
tors were few and included Henry A.
Brown, paying teller of Wells-Fargo s
Eank. who is defendant in a • suit
brought by Hislop for $50,000 for the
alienation of his wife's affections.
In her complaint filed last December,
Mrs. Hislop said that the cause of her
husband's breaking of his marriage
vows was a woman known as "Vio
lette." In her testimony on the stand
yesterday she said that the woman was
Violet Griswold, with whom her hus
band had lived and traveled in th"e
•north and whom he later brought to
San Francisco. She said that in a let
ter and in conversation Hislop admit
ted to her that he loved the woman
more than he could any one else.
Mrs. Hislop said in her evidence that
her husband was a commercial traveler
and earned fro'm $400 to $500 a month.
When asked if Brown had ever loaned
her any money she replied that upon
one occasion when her husband neg
lected to send a remittance she asked
Brown for a loan of $100. She received
the amount and said that Hislop still
owes it to Brown.
Rose Lamperle, a professional
nurse, testified that she was employed
by Mrs. Hislop in November and De
cember last and only saw Hislop in
the house once. On that occasion he
came to take the children to the park
and later returned with them.
SHADOWED BY DETECTIVE.
The immediate occasion of inviting
Mr. Craw to Hawaii is the damage that
has bet-n done by the leaf hopper, &u
ins«:t that has cost the sugar planters
of Hawaii millions of dollars. Mr. Craw
has done valuable work in California
in the line of protecting trees, vines
and crops from the ravages of Insect
pests, using beneficial parasites gath
ered from various parts of the world.
He has been connected with the State's
quarantining of fruit pests for nearly
fourteen years. The engagement to go
to Hawaii results from the work in
formed by Mr. Craw in California.
Mr. Craw will remain in this city un
til socit time in August. In the mean
time ne will make the best arrange
ments he can to care for the interttt3
of the cftice that he is vacating His
work in the quarantine department of
the Horticultural Commission has been
seconded ably by his assistant, E. K.
Carnps. Mr. Cooper says Carnes will
make an efficient officer.
TO FIGHT LEAF HOPPER.
fer from Hawaii.
The salary given in Hawaii Is more
than double that offered in California,
and In this State the position occupied
by Mr. Craw was not considered to be
ctrtaln. Any" Legislature might abol
ish it by withholding the appropriation
to carry on the fruit pest quarantine
and other work of the Horticultural
Commission. Mr. Craw says that, all
things being 'equal, he would like to re
main in California, but he could not see
that it was for his interest to surren
der so flattering and satisfactory an of-
This information will be displeasing
to the fruit growers of California and
to the canning industry and allied in
terests concerned in the protection of
orchards and fruit crops in this State.
When exclusive information was given
in The Call that Mr. Craw had under
consideration an offer to go to Hawaii
as the head of the service in the islands
as chief entomologist there was a stir,
and many efforts were made to per
suade Mr. Craw to remain in Califor
nia. This he probably would have de
cided to do if the inducements had been
at all like those held out officially by
the Hawaiian Government.
YIELDS TO INDUCEMENTS.
Alexander Craw, State quarantine of
ficer against insect pests, has aceepted
the similar position offered him by the
Government and sugar, planters of Ha
waii at an advance of salary from $200
per month to $5000 a year, with a con
tract for five. years.
•A cablegram was received by Mr.
Craw yesterday from Honolulu asking
for a decision- He cabled his accept
ance and notified Horticultural Com
missioner Cooper that he would retire
from his position in* the employ of the
State of California.
In spite of rumors to the contrary
Josua Eppinger is still in town. He
Bays that he will In no way try to
avoid a summons from the court. The
notion that he is trying to secretly
leave town he denounces as being pre
posterous. • . •
During the day the defendant again
showed signs of failing health. His
head drooped and he leaned heavily
on the shoulders of his son, until At
torney Ach requested Judge Lawlor to
permit him to leave the courtroom.
As there were no witnesses to be ex
amined the Judge readily complied
with the request and the former grain
king was assisted from the court
room.
Arguments as to" admissibility of
secondary evidence occupied the en
tire day in the proceedings against
Jacob Eppinger, charged with obtain
ing money under false pretenses. The
point at issue has occupied the atten
tion of the court for two days and the
courtroom has practically been trans
ferred into a law library, all the avail
able desks being piled high with vol
umes from which citations are made
by the six attorneys engaged in the
case. The argument on the question
at issue would, it was agreed, be fin
ished by 3 o'clock Wednesday after
noon, but- it was not until nearly 5
o'clock yesterday that Attorney Short
ridge, In a burst of oratory including
a plea for "an unfortunate and broken
down merchant," closed the argument.
All manner of cases which might
have bearinsr on the one at issue were
cited by the attorneys, each choosing
a Supreme Court decision of some par
ticular State to support his contention.
If the prosecution would tell of a case
in Massachusetts the defense would
attempt to offset it- with a similar
case from another end of the conti
nent with a dissimilar decision.
Wife of Tamale Man Files
Complaint in Morning,
Gets a Decree at Noon
Josua Is Still in the City
and Says That He Has No
Intention of Leaving It
Double Salary and Surety of
Five Years' Tenure Induce
Him to Forsake California
DEFENDANT WEAKENING
GOES AWAY IN AUGUST
DIYOECE IN" QUICK TIME
He Decides to Enter Ha
waiian Government . Ser
vice at an Early Day
Trial of the Wife's 'Action
for Divorce Is Begun Be
fore Superior Judg^ Sloss
Eppinger's Attorneys Still
Opposing the Admission
of Secondary Evidence
CRAW ACCEPTS
NEW POSITION
HISLOP LETTERS
ARE NOT READ
FINE POINTS
CAUSE DELAY
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, JUNE 24. 1904.
9
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Hand or scrubbing sl»>. Usually 10c.
JEX. A.VD JAM. ASSORTED. DOZEN $1.10.
Cora Starch pouad pig" Eo
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¦ BEST SAN'D SOAP. 8 CAKES 25c
Pure Leaf I.ard.... 3-lb pall 35o
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10c CANS ALASKA SALMON. 7%c.
Bert Japan Bice, larye grain.. pound 5c
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MRB. FADER'S MUSTARD. LARGE JAR 10c
Gfclraxdelli'« Cocoa , . . can. ( 8Oo
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PEANUT BUTTER. PIXT JAR 25c.
3So Java aad Mocha Coffee.... lb. S5o
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BROKEN J. & M. COFFEE. 8 LBS. SOo.
SL, BUTTER, sqr 331c
Choice of leading Humboldt brands. Usually 40c
20o JUMBO WALNUTS. LB. 13c.
Fort or Sherry, "Eliea" .jaL 880
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OLD MILLER WHISKY. LARGE BOT. COc
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Rye or bourbon. A sample will do you good.
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n A m A I Performance
ROBIN »=
nUUU TRIUMPH
MAGNIFICENT PRODUCTION.
BEAUTIFUL SCENERT.
SUPERB COSTUMES.
AITS THE OBEAT CAST.
Seats always selling— 23c. BOc. 73c
Usual TlvoU Prices — Only Matlne* Satar.
REGULAR MATINEE TO MORROW AT 2.
SPECIAL MATINEE NEXT WEDNESDAY
ATS
TO-NIGHT, at 8 Sharp* .
DAVID BELASCO
PRESENTS MR3.
Leslie GARTER
In HU New Play,
DU B/\F<KY :
seats poe thxbd a1td xiast wzxx
now on sale;.
PRICES— <2.00. |1.6». <1.CO. 73c and 80c
ANOTHER BIG NEW SHOW!
HELEN BERTBAM
roster and roster; tfowt aad Scott; JEar-
row Trio; Oracey aad Bnraett, aad
Omasum Motion Pictures. Saowlar
Review of the S. T. TTKT. DEPART-
MENT. Last times of Affonst. "Westoa
aad Company; Eddie Heron aad Com-
pany; Komaai Trio, aad "Mlis," ros-
ter's Doff.' .
Regular matmee Every Wednesday, Thurs-
day, Satorda7 and Sunday. Prices, 10c. 23o
and BOc
Only this aad next* week o* tie Hilariously
Funny Buriesqae.
THE MORMONS.
Full of excellent songs, .'specialties' and this
"All-Star Cast": Edna Aug. Garrlty Sis-
ters, Freda Gallick, Torice and Adams,
Al Fields. Edwia Clark. ¦ Bea
Dillon and Roy Alton.
Marvelous Chorus of Forty.
Matinees Saturday and Sunday.
Same Popular Prices.
....s:f:e:oza.Ij ...
Commenctns; with Matinee on July 4
"THB LUCKT STONE." *
l . The funniest ever. First appearance of the
Queen of Burlesque. DOROTHT MORTON.
Beats now oa sal?,
¦ . i'lmiiHUBim _
GOLUmJBj A takiaTsaia
LAST TWO NIGHTS.
MATINEE SATURDAY. ;
Sl SOTHCER3ST
* Management DANIEL. FROHMAN.
In the Miracle Play.
THE PROUD PRINCE.
By the Author of "If I Were King."
LAST TIME SATURDAY NIGHT.
Oakland Theater-goers N'ote — Mr. Sothera
does not vfslt Oakland daring his present tour.
This theater will be closed during tS» weak*
of Jane 27 asd July 4.
Srtylif* ethel"barrymore
In Her Greatest Sueces*. -COCSlX KATt"
ALCAZAR'l—r
Osaral Manager.
TO-HXOKT— MATS. TZVBS. k SAX.
Clyde Fitch's Famous Pastoral Comedy.
LOVERS' LANE
"A decided suee*s«." — Chronicle.
Gorgeous Production— Great Cast.
Last W««k of Stock Company Seasoa.
£vg.. 23c to 73c Mats. Thurs. A Sat.. 23c t» M»
Next Monday— Th* Romastio Actor.
WHITE WHITTLESEY
Opens Summer Engagement la
BOLSnXS OT rOBTTCTS.
SEATS NOW SSIXIXO.
CENTRAL*!?
Markat Street. Kear EJ shth. Phone Strata 853.
TO-XIGHT— LAST THREE NIGHTS.
MATINEES TO-MORROW AXD SL*XDAT.
Magnificent Spectacular Production of GeorgS)
R. Stms* Famous Masterpiece.
LIGHTS 0' LONDON
Stupendous Scenic Effects. Lendoa Bridga by
Night.
TESTIilOiriAL BBSTTTT VTEEK
for the Distinguished Veteran Actor.
L. R. STOCKWOi,
DDirtC Evenings 10c to Z*i
rKlwCO Matinees 10e. Uc. 23a
VTeek June Zt— POWER OT THB CROS3.
BRAND0W~15d WILEY,
Aad a Splendid Saow Errry Aftcraooom
aad Sroals? la ta« TUtate?.
TAKE A RIDE OX THE
jKXZTXATTnUB EXXCTB1C KATT.«Qa-Q.
Esmeralda aad Her BABT MON'KEY la tb*
ZOO.
IXBPSCT CABARET DE LA MORT.
Hear the Pneumatic Syanhony Orchestra*.
Look; Out for "AROOr*
Atelssta. 10c; Ciilirta. 6*

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