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TO LYNCH STREET
Despite United Railroads' Em«
ploye, Crowd Rescues Man
Pinned Beneath Wheels
Police and Fire Departments
Answer Riot Call to Save ln«
spector From Injury
A riot call which sent the police and
fire departments hurrying to the scene
io live Inspector Tt. A. Crothers of the
Irslted rtailroads from manhandling by
an infuriated mob followed a streetcar.
.iccident yesterday afternoon, in which
l.cc Schaefer, a clerk, residing at 81*4
St»incr street, was pinned underneath
the wheels of a McAllister street car at
Sixth and Market streets. The crowd.
"Tigered at the attitude of the street
< ar official and his utter disregard of
tue agonies of the injured man. rushed
upon him, threatening and shouting.
E\*en the clanging bells of the fire
nnd police wagons failed to part the
closely packed ranks surging and
swaying toward the thoroughly frlght-
Ned inspector, with some shouting.
"Lynch him!" The hundreds of Satur
•i«y shoppers flocked to the spot and in
.7 few minutes after the accident the
scene was black with people for more
than two blocks.
IJRAGGED UNDER CAR
Schaefer had boarded the car oppo
site the Emporium and rode on the
front step. At Sixth street a puff of
wind struck hJm and in his efforts to
pave his hat he lost his footing. For
SO feet he was dragged along, and
finally fell, the car coming to stop right
• •vcr his body. A' crowd Instantly gath
or^d. and there was a spontaneous
movement to lift the car up so that the
man could be removed. According to
numerous spectators Inspector Croth
r-rs, appearing on the scene, began to
• rder the crowd back, telling them that
they were blocking the south track and
holding back another car on its way to
"We are not bothering about your
old time schedules." shouted a voice in
the' crowd. "Get the man out first."
The crowd took up the cry and
purjred toward the official. Others
rushed to a nrarby corner, where a
building was being erected, and came
liaok with beams and planking. Before
there could be a proper realization of
what was happening the crowd had lost
complete control of itself and shouts
and threats filled the air. Crothers,
thoroughly alarmed, threw himself on
Jhc mercy of Policeman Casey. It \u25a0was
palpably evident, however, that a call
for more help was urgent and a riot
\:b.ll was turned In.
The mob, absolute masters of the mo
sr^nt. wasted r.o time. Half a dozen
i:i?3 sprang for the trolley pole of the
• p.r' tearing It down. Beams wore
placed beneath the. car under •which the
man lay and a hundred men. threw their
weights against them.
"Over!" said some one, and over the
car went, completely off the track.
Schaefer's mangled body was withdrawn
and placed in an ambulance, and then
the crowd calmly replaced the dis-
Jodped car once again on the tracks.
Schaefer \u25a0was taken to the central
emergency hospital, where It was found
necessary to have both his legs ampu
tated. There is little hope for his re
SAN FRANCISCO AUTOISTS
REACH CHICAGO IN CAR
Hugo A. Taussig Takes Friends
to Test Machine
CHICAGO. July 3. — An automobile
rarty that started on an afternoon ride
about San Francisco reached Chicago
yesterday on its way across the con
Thr*e business associates of Hugo A.
Taussig. president of the Louis Taus
sig liquor company of San Francisco,
promised to take a ride in' his new 60
horsepower car. Two days after the
Invitation. June 1, TaussJg got his
friends in the new car and started
across the continent.
With Taussig are Henry E. Diggle
and Thomas J. Kelly, directors in the
company, and R. R. Sherman, a mem
b^r of the firm, who acts as mechanic
and chauffeur. The car will continue
its journey to New York today and
then, after a brief rest, the return trip
will be begun.
So far the car has gone under its
own power with few mishaps.
MINERS* STRIKE AT ELY
MAY SOON BE SETTLED
Thus Far There Has Been No
Violence or Disorder
ELY. New, July 3. — With 400 miners
formerly employed at the Veteran mine
of Cumberland, this county, out on
strike, there has been little change in
It ie believed that an agreement will
hf reached at an early date. Up to
this tiin<* there has been no violence
and no disorder
Ninety per cent of the strikers are
AuFtrians and Greeks. The Americans
profess to be able to make more money
under the system which was made the
basis of the strike. v.»i\-
MUSICIANS THREATEN TO
Objection Is Made to Phoenix
Indian School Band
PHOENIX, Ariz., July 3. — George P.
Driscoll. exalted ruler of the Phoenix
loJge of Elks, has received a telegram
from Joseph Weber, president of the
American federation of musicians at
Omaha, stating that if the Phoenix In
dian school band is taken, to Los An
scles for the Elks grand lodge, next
werk 100 federated musicians will not
r-ay there. Driscoll today wired M.
JI. Flint, chairman of the local com
mittee at Los Angeles, about the mat
Do Grarfjards Ue?
"Thompson's Truthful Graveyard," in
the town of Gloning. wherever. that is,
was prepared to tell the full truth, how
over unpalatable, about the cllurian
«:ilizens ot that town, immediately upon
their decease. Ellis Parker Butler, the
man who wrote "Pigs Is Pigs," has
veiled, in this . amusing story of the
graveyard that would not lie (a feature
of Sunset for July), some wholesome
Jcs eons for people who keep back the
growth of their town. •\u25a0 • \u25a0 •• . -\u25a0
THREE SCAXDED; ONE DEAD— Van<v>UTcr.
B. <;.. July 3.— Three mm were frightfully
M-slded *vb»*n a steam pipe Id ; the Vancouver
lumber company's ' mill exploded lart nipht.
J. Ruotcll. a brU-k layer. dM today. \u25a0* Tbp other
•.•ifTcrcrs — Manager li. " C. Kcijrht and, tSwsrse
Hurrcy. a. laborer — ape not . rxpectfsl to 'recover.
1 he \u25a0 oldc w aa acw and n*« beiss ict U- J.
Rural Life Is Charm of These Halycon Summer Days
Th© following have registered at
Tahoe Tavern: ' •"-
From San Francisco — Mr. and ' Mr*. William
John. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamtn Weed. Miss C.
O'Connor. A. Satter, Adele Rafter. Derona
May, Marlus Miller, Percy Bronson, C. W.
Kolb, Beeea Renck. George Tallant, Mr. and
Mra. D. O. Fennpi^y. Mrs. A. M. Rosenbaum.
Milton A. Roseubaum, Albert Rosenbaum 'Jr.
and nurse, Ivan B. Beer, Mrs. Horace C.
Cbate and Mlsis Chase. Mr. and Mcs. Charles
A. Cooke and Miss Cooke. W. J. Morgan. A. G.
Stnll. J. 11. Weaver. Mrs. S. Werthelmer, Miss
Kdlth Wwtbelmer. Miss Doris Wertbeimer, Miss
E. Be**; Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Cowles. J. En
right. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kauffman, Alex Roo
• \u25a0t'bnnm. Mr. and Mrs. James Madison. Miss
< - . Madison. Miss O. Madison. Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. McGregor. Mis* Katie-Bel McGregor,
Mr. and Mr*. F. E. Booth. Ml«s Kadah
Booth. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S^heellnr, Mr. and
Mm. Leland S. Rosener. Harold Scheellne.
Robert J. M. Gahn, Mr«. Oscar Mansfeldt. Mian
M. M. Dri»coll, George W. Tubba, Tallant
Tubbs. George Tallant. ttenevleve Tallant,
Mr. and Mrs. John M. True. Fred M. Picker
ing. Mrs. «nd Miss Miss Bates. Fred
Marriott. 4tr. and Mrs. E. L. Hoap. Roller
Hoag. W. B. Black. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Mead.
Mr. and Mrs. Livingston Dunn, Mr.' and Mrs.
F. L. Hancen, Floren Hansen, A. Hansen, I>eslie
Burks. E. S. Lathe, Artbur B. Watson. A. M.
Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mler. Mr. and
Mra. Leonard Georges. Mr.- and Mrs. Marsden
Manson, S. 11. Moses. Paul W. Flelsher. W.
H. P. Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Gayness,
Harold Fitch, a. C. Thornton, O. H. Green
wald. Mr. and Mrs. M. U. Ue Young, Mr. and
Mrs. George T. Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Chadbourne, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Bos,
Mr. and Mrs} H. Lund Jr., Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Lally. Dr. and Mm. Carl G. Wilson and child.
Dr. Louisa B. Deal. H. H. Crowley, Miss E.
P. Graff. Adaline Wallace. 11. Helseman and
wife. Mr. and Mil. Joseph Kirk. I. W. - Van
Landt. Alma Beran. Millie Bcran. L. E. Spencer
and wife. Lulu McLeod, Adaline F. Wrede,
Elizabeth T. Wrede, G. O. Hall and wife-.
11. H. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. F. Boole, Mtea
Berk. Mrs. M. A. Huntlngton. Miss Hunting
ton. F. Neat, H. F. Peart and wife. A. P.
Grammie and wif*, Mrs. E. A. Clayton, Miss
Clayton. Misses Reiriaa and May Cun*>o.
Oakland— Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Scott,
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Carman. Miss Laird,
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert White. E. James Fln
n«>y. Mr. and Mr*. William J. Pedler. Ger
aWlne R. McGraw, John A. Beckwlth and
Los Anceles — Mrs. R. K. Tabor and daugh
ter. H. C. Aekley and wife: L. C. Ackley
wife and child; W. V. Lansing and wife.
F. W. Wachter. J. B. Martin and wife, Ml«*
Josephine M. Martin, E. M. Caley, F. J. C»l
vert and wife.. Miss Mabel O. Bowble. C. E.
Orr, Miss L. Bradbury. Miss M. Winston
Mits L. Winston, Miss R. Winston, W. A.
Stoever. Mrs. J. M. Sto«ver. Mr. and Mrs.
L. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Holliday, Miss
Alice May Wilson, Miss Viola Vander* Leek,
Mr. aaa Mrs. U. Abeles.
EL VEIUXO VILLA
Guests registered at El Verano Villa
San Francisco— W. A. Allen and Mrs. Allen,
Joseph 11. Ford, S. Solomon, M. Raphael.
Charles H. Lynch, C. W. Freeman, W. Mackey,
George Collins. Mrs. H. Bloomer. V. Gatto
Mrs. V. Gatto. F. W. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs.
S. McClay, Charles Simon, E. Coyle M L
Began, X. A. Daley, F. W. Johnson. Mrs. J. P.
Hare and children. Mrs. L. B. Floan. Mr«
Welch. Mrs. W. T. Tracey. Miss Sadie Tracey,
Miss Agnea Traeey. Miss Amelds Tracey, Mr».
E. M. Brooks, Mrs. J. F. Lyons, Mrs. M.
Krultrale— E. F. O'Brien.
Oakland— Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien,
Recent arrivals at Aetna Springs are:
S«n Francisco — James D. Phelan. Enrique
Grau, Robert S. Atkins. Charles E. Wilson,
Miss Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. C. Forbes. Mr.
and Mrs. George M. Rolph. Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. la Boytcaux. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Bar
man. M. A. Edwards. Miss Klsa B-hlow. Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Patrick, Mrs. J. OL Patrick,
Miss Margaret Patrick. Mrs. L. B. Worrell,
Miss Adeline D. Worrell. Mrs. H. Euphrat,
Melville C. Nathan. Mlcses Nathan, Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Bush Finnell.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hanlon, Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Peyser and daughters. Mr. and Mrs.
R. Tibbits, Miss Janone Rsiford.
Berkeley — Mrs.- Henry Yrootnan, Miss Vroo-
msii. James Spiers.
Ross — Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Simpson.
Grand Rapids. Mich. — Mm. J. H. Wonderly,
Mrs. Helen Shephard. H. F. Abbott.
.Napa — F. E. Johnston.
Los Angeles— Mr. and Mm. W. T. Bishop,
child and nurse; Mrs. and Mrs. B. I*. Bishop,
cbild -and nurse.
TALLAC, LAKE TAHOE
Following are arrivals from San
Francisco at the Hotel Tallac, Lake
Robert Kloebcr. H. Holmes, Mrs. Schulenburg,
11. Kamler. Mr. and Mr*. H. S. Nathan, F. Ker
vin. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Woods, Mr. and Mrs.
Sylvlan D. Divis. E. W.. Currier, Miss M. Bar
rett. Thomas Anderson. Miss M. Carew. Arthur
C. Pillsbury. James J. Black, Mrs. M. Garabaldl
and child, Mrs. K. D. Smith. F. F. Nelson,
Houghton Sawyer. G. Nelson, Wallace Everett,
Fred Wonha.*. S. A. Moss and son, T. Zietiech,
Arthur B. Sibley. E. 11. Coleman. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Kragen and child, F. 0. Chalmers, X. P.
Peterson. Conrad W. Fuhrer. Miss Rae Cohan,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kellog. Miss Jennie Cohan. J.
Dykmans, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Giannlni, Miss R.
Cuneo. Miss N. Cuneo. Miss H. K. Huntiogton.
Mist Marion Huntington. Thomas Neal. H. L.
Bacigalupi, J. F. Plagrniann. Mr. aad Mrs. Fred
W. Boole. Mr. and Mrs. R. Reinhart. Robert
Rtlnhart Jr.. Ed Frank, L. Jorgenson. Joseph
Moo*. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Goodman, Mr. and
AGED WOMAN DIES
IN BURNING HOUSE
Scores of Sleepers Menaced and
Seattle Firemen Bruised by
Fall of Ruins N
SEATTLE. July S.— Fire just before
daylight this morning destroyed a
wooden two story lodging house at
408 Terrace street, in which scores were
sleeping, and an aged woman, . Mrs.
Eliza Borella, was burned to death.
Three firemen were severely bruised
by the fall of the ruins while they
were searching for bodies, it being
feared at the time of • the fire that
many lodgers had perished.
The house was near the city hall and
police headquarters, and the ..people
driven out by the flames were sheltered
iri the police station. Most of them
escaped with ' only their sleeping
clothes. The property loss Is small.
Mrs. Borella, who was 80 years of
age, came to Seattle from England 50
years ago, and was ; well known ;and
possessed means. Once, she'had owned
all the land around where the lodging
house stood. . Her children and grand
children were born there. She lived in
a room In the dingy old lodging house.
Her body was almost destroyed, identi
fication being made from the teeth.
POLITICS NOT TO PREVENT
KAISER'S SUMMER CRUISE
Emperor William to Meet the
King of Sweden at Sassnitz
BERLIN*. July 3i — In spite of the in
ternal political situation Emperor Wil
liam has decided to take his customary
summer cruise In northern waters,
which it was * recently reported he
would forego. , - , ..
There Us nothing In the- situation
with which he can not deal, by tele
He will leave for the north after
meeting the king 6f Sweden at Sass
nitz July. 6," where ;the two monarchs
will inaugurate a new 'steamship, lino
between Hweden and Germany...
TURNS EARTHQUAKE FUND
SURPLUS OVER TO QUEEN
$5,000 Left of Money Sent; by
Americans t tb : Messina
'ROME, July 3.— J. "W.* Garrett," secre
tarjr "of the "American embassy, . was
received, in audience today br Queen
Helena, and ; turned over, to -her
majes'vV the sum of $.r»,000;. r »,000; the balance
of the „ money; in his f hands, received
from America for the earthquake - suf
THE : . SAN : vFRANCISGO JCAIili. SUNDAY, ivTULY j; : 1909:
MrsAl. Lieoes, Mrs. E. ,D.. Ledernianand child.
Arnold L. Llebes. sllsu: Wrede." Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Brandenstein, >lr. and Mrs. M." Hyman,
Joseph Hyman, 'Miss' Helen Hyman,' Miss -Vera'
Metzger, ..Mr. and Mr«.:.Jamei L. - Flood,' Miss
St«-yrer. Jolin "W. .- Twlggs, JoUnMnnford. Otto
turn Suden,. Mr. and Mr*. Manford Brandenstein,'
Master Joe Brand? Dstelo.'. Miss; Ruth Branden
stein. Mr. and Mrs. B. Jcffry. Mr. and Mrs. L.
S. Bachman.' Mr. and Mrf.H.J. Kaufman. \u25a0
SOLID COMFORT HOME RESORT
The recent guests at 'Solid Comfort
Home Resort are: i . - "
San Francisco— H. A. Frost, Mr. and Mrs. A.
W. Starkc. Adolph Starke. Walter Starke, Mrs.
V. H. V K. Koehler. Mls« Minnie Koehler, AlexlM
Caro. Miss Carolyn Caro, Mrs. -Oulif. Mrs.
Grothwell. 11. S. -Curry, Mrs. M. Walters.
Miriam Walters. MUs'Eda Ehrenpfort, Sir." and
Mrs. Hprmann C. Eggers,' V. 11. ,E. Koehler/
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dlnslage. . ' \u25a0 . \u25a0 \
Alameda — H. A. Arnold,' Mis? Gertrude Arnold,
Miss Florence Frey. Mrs. K. Nyeken, . R. Frey.
I'etaluma — Mrs. John Ledermann.
Oakland— Mrs. M. S. Dewing.
, HIGHLAND SPRINGS
Recent arrivals at Highland Springs
are as follows: .">. i
Oakland— H. S. Berg. C. Fredson. A. C. Sum
mer. Miss Conniff. F. M. Glllman. D. M. Lord,
W. S. Rheem, 'M. Sllva, E. It. Marriott, Mrs.
J.G ordon, Clifton Gordon. Edward Gordon, W.
K. Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Nash.
Lakeport — Dr. and Mr*. J. R. Mott. Miss F.
Mott. Colonel and Mm. C.' >f. Hammond. C.'C.
Clark. Carey Barry, Miss Itenfro, Amy Craw
ford. U. W. Krellng, Edna Boyson.
San . Francisco — B. Jenkins, , .W. A. - Rlemens
berger; Charles Schnbert, wife and child; John
F. Meiers and wife. W. R. Gif t and wife. Miss
N. Sattie. E. C. Cronberf, W. S. Wilksie and
TTift-. M. E. Crowley, Charleg M. Brait. P. L.
Kobnke, C. M. Cofer. Mr. and Mrs.' I*.'-. J. Deve
lin. I^o J. Dcvelin. F. U Wright. W. L.-
WrJsrht. Mr. and Mrs. H. Payot. Charles H.
Crocker. K. Amann. L. Cantcll and. wife. Miss
M. \u25a0" S. 'Hammell, Miss A. HammelL W. •S.
Bacon, Miss M. T. Howard. Miss A. Howard,
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Kinny, Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Newell. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Wells,' H. F.
Krellng. Annie B. Donohue. Miss I. Raifield,
J. C. Stevenson, John 1. Mahoney and family,
Miss Ella Mahoney.
Ix>s Angeles — Dorothy Ames. •:-;.;,.!
San Mateo — D. S. Balton Jr.. Mrs. Balton,
Miss Balton, Mrs. H. Hanson. H. S. Davis..
Berkeley— Mrs. B. J. White, Susie C. John
sen. . ' . a>i'."fij--r«
Recent arrivals at Paraiso Springs
any. ' \u25a0 \u25a0'.\u25a0': .'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
San Francisco — Mrs. S. A. Deacon. Mr. and
Mrs. F. A. Tobelman.- Ruth M. Reid, Mr and
Mis. J. J. Sanborn, Mr. and Mrs. L. F." Terkel
sou. I^awrence Terkelson, -Wesley Terkelson, Mrs
L. Bam, Mr*. CJ Aleh. Miss M. J. I>ol»n. 0..
Kru<«bel. William Breckenfelder. A. B.' .Sylvia.
M. J. Kest, Mrs. D. Holzberg. Miss Sadie Holz
lt»rg. H»nry Holzberg, Al Hughes, Mrs. B. Get*.
Miss Aida Getz. Mrs. N. Hensley, Mildred
Baker. Roller E. Baker. Paul R. Roller, Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Benedict, Frank I>. Warren,
J. W. Blalock. C. W. Allen.
Alaska— A. R. O'Brien.
New York — S. Roberts.
Oakland, Berkeley and Fruitvale— J. P. Small,
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Maurer, Mr, and Mrs.
W. M. Kent. Paul R. Roller. Mr*. J. Wolf,
Mrs. E. Markowlts. Miss H. Markowito. Mrs. Vf.
L. Fries. Mrs. -A. M. \u25a0Man.ovich. Jerry Mc-
Carthy. Mrs. M. Learner, Mrs. J. N. Klnglsey,
Mrs. Caddie Alborell. Miss Vera Alborell.
Ssn Jose. SautA Clara and San Mateo — H. O.
Wallace, Rev. D. J. Kavanagh, Philo E. WU
rox, Harry McGowan Jr.. Frankie Warren, Miss
Peralta. Mr*. A- H. Payson. R. M. Kingsman.
Salinas. Watsonville and Monterey — Mr. and
Mrs. J. W Williamson, Master E. Williamson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dunne. Mrs. A. L Shaw,
iTiester Noble. J. L. Hartez. Martin Bircks,
f?a*n Brandt, D. I«. Nicholson. -
Recent guests at the Anchorage are:
From San Francisco — J. J. Boyle, Mrs. Boyle,
Miss Antoinette Panella. Miss Isabel Panella,
Mrs. J. T. Norton. Wilfred Norton. Mlas Flor
ence Norton, Mr?. T. J. Newbaur, Kdison J.
Newbaur. Dr. O. J. Galbreatb. Mrs. Galbreath
and family, ,A. Goursolle, Njel Goursolle. Miss
Ciif'y Gourfolle, Edmund Grundy. Mrs. Grumiy.
Miss Irene Grundy. Miss'Allrp Grundy, Miss
Edna Gnindy. Emll Scbanz, Milton *- Sperber. C.
E. Cuenln. I^eon Cuenln, Miss May McKean,
I-eon S. Quimby. Mrs. Quimby. Miss Ruth Quim
by, Shirley Quimby. Mr. Blaklston, Drl Homer
T. Craig. .Mm Craig and baby.
Santa Maria— Mrs. John Adams, Miss Edith
Santa Clara— Mrs. C. C. Morse, , Miss Viola
Morse, Mrs. E. Maynard.
Sacramento— l. B. Whltehead.
New York— Miss Irene Rlelly. •
Among recont guests at 'the Hotel
Mrs. N. M. Wright. Miss Ruth Goodrich. J. R.
Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Wiel. Milton Heyne
mann. S. M. Heller. 8., Dinkelspiel. E. M.
Wiel. Louis H. Abenb«>lmet\ Charles Adams. L.
H. Burr. Harry T. 'Hennessy, Mr. and - Mrs.
J. B. Stubbs, Mrs. H. W^lnstock, R. Weln
stock. W. T. Payne, L. H. Rochchlld, Mn.
McGanley. ; . *i*
Guests who. have recently registered
at Bartlett^Springs are:
From San Francisj-o— L. Wissmann, W. Frank
Fierce. B. J. Vasilevioh. Mrs. Ernest Brand,
Ernest Brand, Mr. and Mrs. Z. I* Colterln,
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Anderson. Louise Gill. Mr.
end Mrs. A. Ilanselman.r Hazel Hunselman,
Ethel Hanselman, Mrs. I-Yeda Swartz, Miss
Frances Sullivan, Mrs. Belle Stone. Mr. and
Mrs. Hy Payot. C. H. Crocker, E. Amann,
Daniel Keefe, John M. Keefe, 1.. Johnson, W.
PRICE OF DIAMONDS
MAY BE DECREASED
German Government Estimates
New Mines in Africa as
BERLIN, July 3.— Colonial Secretary
Dernburg informed a deputation of
members of the reichstag who called
on him today to inquire regarding the
newly discovered : diamond fields in
southwest Africa that the mines were
valued at $200,000,000. He explained that
the significance of his recently formed
coalition of the 'diamond! interests In
German south west-Africa was indicated
by , the fact that "a representative of
the De Beers company,, which controls
the: diamond • market, had . offered '. to
make a reciprocal selling agreement in
order to keep up the prices of diamonds.
This was rejected by the colonial sec
LUMBER SOLD IN NORTH
FOR THE PANAMA CANAL
Isthmian /Commission Orders
From Washington ' Mills
SEATTLE, July 3.— Within the last
10 days contracts for 8,000,000 feet of
lumber have been placed with - Wash
ington mills by the isthmian canal
commission. Approximately 5,000,000
feet of this ; lumber will be ; manufac
tured, by . Grays Harbor,, mills. :. Tacoma
mills secured the rest •' of the business.
The commission: is still in the mar
ket for, a large quantity of lumber."
bids on which will be opened July 12
and 19. This lumber is to. be used in
repairing ;modern' flatcars. \u25a0'.
•The United ' States -engineer's office
recently placed an order, with a Seattle
mill for. 465,000, feet. 0f lumber fop de
'llvery at Manila. \u25a0
JUDGE FLAYS JURORS
; FOR FALSE PRETENSES
Twelve Men. Brought In for. In
\u25a0 structions Disagree
-SAN LUIS OBISPO, July 3.— After be
ing out for" 17- hours the jury in: the
case of Rinaldo Bassi, charged with
having . participated ' in. Inducing r two
men to illegaly; register as' voters at
Paso v Robles. * was ; unable :. to W reach r a
verdict andthe,l2 men-.were discharged."
" Thei court", sharplyj; rebuked ; the: "jury
for comings in" under^; pretext that Ji fur
ther instructions ; were i wanted and in
stead;, the t foreman >announced-i that an
agreement could [nofbe i reached.
;, Bassi has been tried four times.
' AUSTEIAN WARSHIP : LAUKCHED-.TrfPStcy;
Austria. -July S.r-Tbeiltaclelikjyetbc^nriwi lu.rtOO
ton .battleship for^.thc: Austrl^»Hunj;ai-ian.aaTy; :
wag \u25a0BUccessfullyi'lauucUcd^ Uercytodaj/. v>*\ ;
- . -. ; \u0084 • I" : \ y : _' •-,••"* '.'.': \u25a0-'^•- -'r ''\u25a0'-\u25a0
H. Darts, H. McLaughlhvMr. and Mrs. Hr-Mor
jtrh. Miss Nellie Forteno, P. Smith, J.- H. K*efe.
Harold Keefe. Ml»s " Belle O'Brten.-i Miss: Ett*
O'Brten. Mr. and : Mrs. Samuel McFaddea. "Hnlen
McFadden, • Carmen- McFadden. <Alleen=*McFad
den, Mr. and Mrs. George.W. Andrews," Mr.
Mrs. -D. B.: Denton. ,\u25a0 -; \u25a0 '\u25a0- . ' . r '4 :
Martinez— M.W.vJoost. •' , : :
' ; Tresno — Mr.and Mrs. J. W. "Wrijrhtson. '\u25a0' : :
: Oakland — Mr. and-Mrs. CUus Kroejcer,: ! Mis»
A nna Kroeser, Miss I/oulsa Kroegpr. Miss I Elsie
Kroeser, Adolph Kroeger,' Mrs..- Ronald McMillan,-
I>. W: Morris.' ir i - -«- \u25a0"\u25a0•\u25a0';•' \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0.'\u25a0* - ; ' \u25a0\u25a0 -\-
Vallejo— Uachel Lain. M.D.: Mabel Xesbltt. I
: Richmond— Mrs.: Frank Julio.
Lakeport— Saaford - Parrlsh, : Mrs. J. C. Bart
lett/:- -. \u25a0..".. \u25a0-.-..\u25a0•\u25a0., ..-\u25a0'\u25a0 / • - . .
(Jorning— H*ttie: Lester. \u25a0
Woodland— F.W.' Stewart.
Santa Rosa-^-J. H. Elliott and family, Mr*.
Former, Miss Former. Ralph Former, . Mr. Rich
ardson, Mrs.. D. Leppo, Miss: Lakeman, \u25a0 Mln
Leppo. J. R. Leppo, ;Dr. and^Mra..' Leppo. ' '
Dixon — A. H. McCann. ,
\u25a0 Berkeley — P."S. Ca«tro. • •
San Jose-»-Dr. H. P., Hanson, Mr. and Mr§.
J.'-M. Dorey. 1 ..
. OrorlUe — E. .W. Drnjrett. • . ,
- Florin— Peter Trairtman.
Anderson— Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Burbank, Her
bert Burbank. ' \ \u25a0\u25a0'
Ooldfleld — William; Ronald.;
Watson Tille — Mr. and Mrs. S. Mann. > ;
Sacramento — Mr. and . Mrs. :W. H. r nopkins,
Russell Schwartz. :-- \u25a0. "...\u25a0:-\u25a0 :
- \u25a0 , ; , CA3IP VACATION"
Arrivals at Camp Vacation are as fol
lows: ;, . /
From ' San Francisco — Mls» E: Kulda'B. Beck,
H. Barnett, T. J. BaUey, J. H. Basteln. P. P.
Soliunk, Mr. and Mrs. J. •B. Wnerschlng-, Mrs.
Bonaclna, Mr. and Mrs. Montrose, Miss Flora
Harris, ,Mr«. J. Weber and son Arnold, Mrs.' J.
H. McCallum and daughters Ruth and Marjorie,
Mr. and Mrs. William : Higgins, H. Cullen,
Ilarry Hutchinson. James Garan, Mrs. •" H. K.
Newbauer and Miss Ruth Newbauer, r Mrs.
George .H. DaTis, Mils Fnnchon Darl», "'Mrs.'
Goldberg, Misses Ruth and Myrtle Goldberg,
Mrs. H. Frohman, Misses Mero and Elsa Froh
min. Nanette Baumgarteo, Merrln Cohn,' Mri.
J. Braxel, Mrs. M. O'Sulliran; S. Hunn. \u25a0
XAPA SODA SPRINGS
Among the ,late , arrivals at Napa
Soda Springs are:.
From San Franclsoo— Charles B. Turnt, A. A.
Lery. Mr. and Mrs.C. J. Gyle. Mrs.P.C. Brock,
Mr. and Mrs. G. Casner and daughter^ • Mr. and
Mrs. W. S. Well. Mrs. J. Batch. -Miss S. I-ery.
Mrs. B. Mnrks. Mrs. A. Lerynskl, Mrs. J. Falk.
Miss S. Falk. Miss Florence Falls, J. Getz,' Louis
Mctzsrer. Walter Fox. Miss L. Reed. Miss K. Mr-
Arary, Mrs. M. McLaughlin, J. Lederman and
family. Miss Rose Gyer, Mr. and Mrs;- Charles
Jackson. Miss J. P. Jackson. Andrew < Jackson.
L. Van Laak. Mrs. Hertzell, -Mrs. Leo Block and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wise. Mr. and Mrs.
H. O. Trowbrldge, Mrs. Henry Wise, Mr. and
Mrs. Xordman. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Falls. H. W.
Neubauer, : Miss Pbelan. R. Butler. . Mrs. R.
Butler, Florence Butler. Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bishop and child,
Mr. and Mr*. P. Bishop and child. Henry M.
Pclper. William Melaudcr. Mrs. H. G. Melander,
Mrs. Rosenblum aud family.
Berkeley— A. W. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. C. R.
Harris, Miss Helen Harris. Mrs. V. F.» Clark,
S. Jackson and family. Miss Enid Foote, Madge
Caulfield, Mips Eleanor ; Wooster. . . :
Oakland — Miss- J. Dunbar. Mrs. B. Lcry and
family. Mrs. H. Weil. P.- C. Morris. Ida WUUs
ton. May WiUiston, .Mrs. Alice Wllliston, C. T.
Vallejo — Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Mushette, Captain
and Mrs. Merrlweather, N. 1,. English, George E.
Bangle and family. ', \
Napa— E. Pike, John A. Mushette. Mrs. A.
Schlotte, Mrs. C. F. Falk, Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
Prouty. . ' -
Burlinsam» — Horton Whipple. 'Hooper Jackson.
New York — w. E. Derereaux.
Amonr the arrivals at Adams Springs
San Francis™ — T.eo MrHuxb, >frs. I«. Klemmer
and child; Winfred >FcHngh. Virginia McHueh.
Peter J. .. Cnrley, F. Kussell and"' wife,"- Jacob
Hyman and wife. Mi^s N". Johnson. W. J. Hamil
ton, J.Herk. W. W. Stone. Slargaret William-
Bon. Mellie Scully, Mi*s M. C. Torpey. Miss K.
1.. Torp*y. \u25a0 P. -A. -'Anderson. Rose Terry. Kath
leen M. Murphy, S, Urensovich, wife and child;
P. A. Anderson.
Petaluma— Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Cline, Miss
Berkeley — Mrs. B. F. Woolsey. Marian Wool
sey. Catherine Woolsey, W. F. KUndt and -wife,
Bakcrsfleld— ll. L. Cramtr.
Napa— H. T. Wsher.
,Beniela— M. C. Serpas. \u0084 , -/.
Call"! oca — William Spiers.
Oakland — Mrs. C. W. Carroll. .
Crockett — Mrs. H. Yatehmeneff.
LtTerroore — -August Herman.
Stockton — Mr. and' Mrs.* W. 8.-Austin. \u25a0/. , :-;
Los Angeles—James Harrison. Harry Bowen,
Martin Altkeu. John 'Benson, Harriet .Benson,
Lowell . Harrison. \ \u0084
The following, are recent arrivals at
Aqua Caliente: \u25a0.
San Francisco— H. Michael, E. C. Clark. A."
Muller and wife. Jack Dayis, Mrs. William Mc-
Naughton, Mrs. A. Marks. Miss Minnie, Toung,
Mrs. Dan O'Callaghan. Mrs. A. Scott, Mrs. J. B.
Follerton. Frank Krause and wife.* Mrs. H. E.
Morton. Mrs. Rotschild, Mrs. E. J. Etlenne. Mrs.'
J. Elcbhorn, Mi#s Anna E. Precht. Howard Fay,
H. 8. Prouee. E. E. McMurrav and wife, Mrs.
A. Page,,M. J. Hanrahan. A. McOruder. L. Les
sar and son. Sol Levy. W. J. Taboe. Dan Sulli
van.'Mrs. E. A. Fano, E. Goldtng and wife. A.
Constine, Miss Kelleber, L. Constine, M. Kelle
her, S. Constine. M. L. Megladdery, Mrs. .\u25a0 F.
Constine, B. llothblatt, J. B. McCralne, Mrs. J.
FIVE TONGMEN TO
DIE ON GALLOWS
Chinese Sentenced for Killing
Four Mmbers of Rival
Secret Society s
BOSTOX, July 3. — Death sentences
were pronounced today on five Chinese
convicted of shooting four members of
the On Leon ' tong, in the tong conflict
in Chinatown, August, 1907.
Leori Gong, Mm Sing and Horn Woon
are to die the week of October 10, and
Harry Charles and soe Guey the fol
lowing week. _ \u25a0
The. men were involved in an out
break of members of the Hop Sing
tong., against -the On Leon tong, ; a
rival secret \u25a0' society, in ; which four
were killed in the streets ot China
town. -\u25a0: .. ..:\u25a0•'. ' : - \u25a0 J*jffl&m
J. P. MORGAN'S GUESTS' ;
ON TRIP TO ALASKA
George \V. Perkins' Special
Train Reaches Seattle
SEATTLE, . July 3.— George W. Per
kins I special .train of \u25a0\u25a0 five cars bearing
members of the party who -\u25a0 will visit
Alaska as guests of J. p. Morgan ar
rived ; today , over the Northern Pacific'
\ • The I.1 '. excursionists will; sail for '\u25a0 the
north next week, on the steamer Yuca
tan, which has been converted for this
trip into the most luxurious 1 yacht' on
the : Pacific -ocean.. Among the members
of -the'partytbesides Mr. and Mrs. Per
kins'are Mr. and: Mrs. William-E.Car
lin of New York; Dr.': Henry, Moff at and
Stanley Moffat' of -Yonkers and Mr. and
Mrs. . Florence Ball "Jr.;? Miss 5 Susan iL.
Ball and Miss Nancy, Ball of Cleveland;
•They will be absent six' weeks,' visit
ing; the ; great? Morgan-Guggenheim I en
terprises—the ; ; Copper , River X railroad,*
copper^, and coal ? mines and" the ir>w
gateway to ,< the ) gold \u25a0\u25a0. fields. v; -V v v v
GIFTS AS REWARD FOR
Mrs. Howard p^uld Gives Court-
house' Attendants \u25a0 Presents
\u25a0 NEW YORK, July Z.— Mrs. Kather
ine Clemmons Gould, who was granted
a, decree" of separation from -Howard
Gould/ has "presented to various • court
house attendants .who extended . cou*f
tesies'to her valuable'. presents.' "l? t
•'An -elevator, attendant ': In> whose V car
she"? rode \ four k times ?.daily.-*duringr? the
trial-thasrvrreceivedv^a.-, gold, mounted
amber ."clgarj holder Jn a gold case t)ear
ingithe-inscrSption: .: = ; ./ ...\'x , '.:..'-.. '
. '.'With; many thanks from Mrs." How
ardlGould/^^ss'.? -jJ<-/-'"-^;-a--^''-'.^v ; - \u25a0
Brown, M." Harris. * Mrs. J." H. Ingram, William
\u25a0J.:Reldy; M.\ A^Humphreys and wife, I. L.-Da
iTid. Charles Prohi; Mrs. G. E. J: 'H.
Deckweiler, H. Darls and ti L.' Scboenfeldt,
I. Wolf. M. Rosenthal and irife. , Mrs. H. Rosen
thai and family. .Mrs.' A: Sullivan,* Henry Rosea
thal, •< Oscar .Wormser,* E. A. Fano; Phil Fried
man. \u25a0J. • F. Gallagher. Miss - Mary TKavanaugh,
Mrs. J.- Martin, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rosenthal, Mrs.
M. Haas. Misses S: and C. Haas. H. Sagon. H.
Selleck. Stanley Carr. ; Mrs. v J. Xosen and family.
Mrs. M. Hinckley. \ James ; J." Fagan and wife.
Miss A. Dlxon, Miss S. Leddy. C. H." Pierce, Mi«s
Hattie M. Halnes. Lester Xossen. D." V.'. Mn.r
and wife, Mrs. Thomas Murphy. Mrs. S. deary
and family. \u25a0 M. McLean. Mrs. I* J. Austin. " A.
Stelnmetzand family. E. G.- Isaacs, Mn. H. A.
D. Fleming, Mrs. Maude W. Holmes, AI Herbert.
Benjamin Harris, Gerry StCTens. J. T.Wisemann.
and ( wife, M.' Schmeinsky, I*. - : Baner, A. |D.
Smith, C. L. Amber/ C, B. Callaban, Charles
Scblesslnger. , J. T. Peters. E. D. Sachs, Robert
Ellis, George Maklns." Mrs. Owens.. Mlsa-Thomp-
Ron, J.i Harris and family,; Miss ,- Minnie Harris,
Leo Blast, Mr. de Briggs, W. A. Norton. Mile*
Jackson." William .Hill and wife. M. Rosenthal
and family, '.. B. : Schloss and wife.'. Milton Auer-'
bach.- Joseph H. Mayer.: M. Brandensteln,. Julius
Auerbach, 11. M. Elliott and wife. D. Shapro. A.
E.; Kennedy, •; Joe - Glossman, F. .. Baer. N. \u25a0-\u25a0 Stein
berg. J. .Pommer, J. Houlihan.* G. E. Mitchell.
JI. Desmond, Miss - Donohue. Mrs. Mabel Mc-
Mahon, Mrs. A. J. I^evy. J. B. Darltt and wife.
Jlrs. H. -A. L«e. B. Schwartz. J. Schwartr, Mrs.
E. Waterman. ,- Mrs." S. | Levy , and son. A. C. Gau
tadine. George Johnson. A. A. \u25a0 Frank. Miss M.
Brcsnahan, Mies A. Hojran. Mrs. J. Harvej\ and
son, Mrs. J. E. Ctamson.- Mrs. Boyston, T. F.
Flannery.'J. T. Lee and wife, C. Jeaklns. *
- Oakland— J. T. Gamber, 'Xheo. M. Howell, W.
Flanigan, Frank Brown.
Berkeley — B.Hodgehead, George Dexter, Wal
ter Dexter, s
KEAMATH HOT SPRINGS
< Among: the arrivals at Klamath Hot
Springs . are:
San FranQisco — William Singer Jr.. Mrs. "Wil
liam Singer Jr.. W. Menxie* Singer, Mrs. A.
Dewing and sons. Miss McAllister, Mr. and
Mr*. F. J. Pott. Miss Marie Pott.
Oakland — Mr. - and Mrs. . Charles H. Jones,'
Mm. .A. B. SulllTan, Miss M. A. Snlliran.
Los Angeles— Mr. and Mrs.; C. P. McFarland,
Dunsmulr — H. F. Stuckey. .
• Mayten — Solon H. - Williams and wife. \u25a0
Yreka — Mr. aad Mrs. Claude Gillls, Mrs. Anna
Glllls. . '\u25a0
Vallejo — Mrs. A. Louden. /
St. Paul. Minn.— E. J. Sibbald.
New York — W." A. Grant.
The following,* guests registered at
Wilson's Inn the last week:
From ' San Francisco— Mrs. I John Start; Miss
Clara M. Stark/ Mrs. . Fred Mutscnall, Miss L.
G. Bernero, Miss M. A. Bernero. \u25a0
Burllngame — Mrs. P. Bontlcon Goss, Master
Pierre B. Goss. Belton Rhodes,
Piedmont — Bradburn | Hawkins.
SEIGI.ER HOT SPRINGS
Recent arrivals at Seigler Springs
arc: • j
From San Fraijclgeo — W. Bayrus. C. F. Collo
nan, Mr. and Mrs. H. Payot. E. Amann. C.
Branegan. Mrs. C. Branagan, Mrs. O. E. Whlt
ownb, j Miss Anna. C. Branagan. Miss Kathryn
B/anagan, Miss 31. Johnson, M. B. Connor, Miss.
Oakland — Mrs. Ida Cary. Mrs. R. W. Long,
Miss Evelyn Ix>njr, William Long. William Saul
paugh. Mrs. C.W. Carroll, Mrs. A.. Springer and
Kicmmond — Mr. and Mrs. McCoy,
j tallstoga— William Spiers.
' ; Adams Springs — Dr. W. R. Prather.
Fresno— Mr. and Mrs.' S. D. Thompson.
! Pacific Grove — Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Post ; -B.
Swanson. ' -
Oakdale— W. E. Miller.
Petaluma— Mr. and' Mrs.' 0.'"3. Cline.
Lakeport — Miss Willie Johnson, James F. Bart-
Benicla— Ed Estey and son, C. L. Wilson.
Sansallto — M. Morgan..' /
Frfsno — Mr. and Mrs. Co«k.
Santa Rosa— Mrs. C.R. Farmer. Hazel Farm
er. P. L. Richardson. J. R. Irf-ppo, Dr. and Mrs.
Leppo, Mrs. D. Leppo, Miss Leppo.
• SODA BAY SPRINGS ;
The following: guests have registered
at Soda Springs: | ..* . \u25a0
From San Francisco — Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Slee,
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Haxe. E. W. Coffer, F. H.
Nevan and wife. Miss Nevan, Jlrs. J.. Cantel,
J. Cantel, Mrs. N. L. Snydcr. N. L. Snyder. G.
L.. Cantre, Mrs. G. L. Cantre, Mrs- Gompertz,
Mrs. Emmet B. Good. H. M. Larber, G. S. Wil
liams, A,' Burnham, Miss M. Miller, Prof. R. O.
Edwards, J. Hunt. G. M. Wright. E. Bars ty,
Mrs. Charles Schubert. C. Schubert. ', S. Harris,
Miss Grace Larmauer, Miss - Mac Hartman. V.
Douglas, Bolton 'Mellis. J. W. Thompson, W. F.
Weston, Fran* B. I^iwton.
Oakland and Alameda — Mrs. A. W. Muller Jr..
Miss Florence Gavenor. B. Bryant, R. H. Cran
dall. R. E. 1 Powers, Mi"?' Gertrude Simson, Miss
Lillian. M. Simson. Miss E. Lilienthal. Mr?,
r-orthrnm. K. Berthram, E. R. Marriot, Mrs. E.
U. Marriot.: Mrs. W. \u25a0 Sherman Bacon. W. S.
Bacon, W. F. Bammon, Miss M. C. Torpey, Miss
K. L. Torpeyv Miss Elliot/ David Denton. Mrs.
D. Denton, Mi/<s Hazel Denton. Mrs. W. Remens
perger; W. Remenspergcr. Sliss J. F. Mues. L. F.
Rice. Mrs. L. F. Rice, Carleton White, Jack W.
White.; ... •\u25a0\u25a0'.. ,.':
Guests who have recently enjoyed
the hospitality of Pine Lodge are:
From Napa— Mrs. H. D. Clarke.
San Francisco — Mrs. J. Welti. Mi*s Myrtle
Weltl; Mrs. W. -Kollmau. Mrs. F. Angerstein.
Mrs. M. C. Schleeman. Mrs. S. M. Cohn. 'Miss
Dagmar X'ohn, Miss Marie Cohn, Mandevlll*
Twenty?three Diet Members,
Convicted of Complicity in
Sugar Scandal, Sentenced
TOKYO, July 3.— Twenty-three Jap
anese politicians, members either of
the present diet'- or "of the preceding
one, .were , given- sentences of varying
lengths" today following their convic
tion of complicity in the graft revealed
in the recent expose of the sugar scan
dal. \ - \u25a0 , ' \u25a0\u25a0 >\:
Five of the 23 were sentenced to 10
months' imprisonment, four : to serve
seven months, ; five to serve five months
and; nine to serve three 'months.*:
.' Eight of them were members of the
lower house of the present diet and 13
of the last 1 preceding diet. Only one
of the men brought . to trial was ac
MINSTREL AND MANAGER
HAVE PERSONAL MIXUP
W. S. Cleveland and John S.
NEW, YORK, July 3v— William S.
Cleveland, . the famous . minstrel, and
John S. Berger, ; a * theatrical manager
who* • controls -circuses and traveling
animal shows, fought" a fist and cane
duel at [Thirty-ninth street and Broad
way, as a" result of which Cleveland
has a large s »bump on his head today
from' Berger's* cane' and Berger's -face
is somewhat discolored.'
Cleveland and Bergerhad had a dis
pute" oVer'ra'sL business 'affair recently
and when they met in Broadway they
commenced,"' to .-belabor reach other.
Berger \u25a0 using his walking stick and
Cleveland his flsts. . 1
A- crowd of -several persons
was watching-the, encounter when the
police arrived and 'arrested both men.
At : the f tenderloin! police station the
antagonists- tried . to get j at" each^ other,
again, but" were restrained Iby the po-
Hce..^ Both jprovided bail "for? their ap
pearance "in- the i police/ court.-
RELIEF RUSHED TO
-\: FIRE STRICKEN CITY
One Thousand .Homeless in Co-
-.COBALT, Ont..- -July S.-j-Prompt
measures ..have/, been", taken; for! tho re
lief of the; 1,000. persons made home-"
less by: the fire thatswept the northern
part of ;the\town yesterday.:, .One hun
dred? tentsi and J?3O0 i ib!anketSf furnished
byi^the ; provincial ; government: are : r en
route in ; charge/of ; at; relief corps. "?J. Sev
en ty-fivejbuildiligs *, were destroyed .a nd
the. losssls?cstimated* l at : 'fromi 1 ?350,000
io>?iOO,ooo.; ; / -.\u25a0;-/ . :\u25a0"\u25a0 V •_;. .... : -;.v-.._.;^
Coha; Allan \u25a0L. "Cohn. - r llarbld :J. Cohn. Mrs.
Rosenblunv and family.- Miss. Claudia Cohn. Miss
Grace ' Murphy. Miss Hemune Cohn." Miss Elea
nor Cohn. Miss Enna Leyy,> Mrs. T. Cobn. Mrs.
OsrooU, Mr*. F. Leyy. Mbi Marlon Lery, Master
Robert Le»y, Alfred Jonas.
MOUXTAIX. VIEW RAXCH
The. following San Franciscans have
registered . at the Mountain * View
From San Francisco — Mr. and Mra. Waycotte.
Mrs: Allen and son, Michael Gradwohl, Mr. aad
Mrs. Bemiss and son, Mrs. A. Marks, Miss E.
Marks. Mrs. Erall Gollnsky, Knth Gollnsky.
Earl Goliasky. Mrs. Dan LoiiU," Sanford Louis,
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lafc* and \u25a0 son. Lawrence
Lafee, Mrs. Emll Deutsch, Mrs. Grace Miller,
Thelma Miller. Joe Thiebea and son, Mrs. Joe
Thieben, Lawrence Thleben, Mr. »nd Mra. J. J.
Haltennan, Alfred. Halterman, Mrs. Clau» Wre
den and son, Mr. and Mrs. 8. Franklin and
son, Walter Franklin, Miss M. Leonard. Miss
N. Harrey. 'Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Gnnzbureer;
Sophie Gunzburger, \u25a0 Joanna Ounzburger, • Sirs.
John. Onpenhclia, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur , Lewin,
Felice Lewln and maid, Mrs. O. C. McMurry.
Joseph FuchV l>r. A . J.: Powell. Adolph Mrycr.
SKAGGS HOT SPRINGS
The following are the -recent ar
rivals at Skaggs Hot Springs:
From San Francisco— Mr.* and Mrs. F\ Coole.
Dan O'Callaghan, Alex McCulloch, J. V. Rosen
berj. Carlton, ltlckards, J. F. Brady.- Charles F.
Skelly, Archie Merrill. F. T. Martens. T. J.
Maas. Rose Mirande, Harry Watson. Mrs. James
Norton. Miss Mamie Norton, Margaret E. O'Netl,
Mrs. James J. Barry. Mrs. S. Gerson and child.
L. Friedman, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Curtis, Miss
Marguerite Mulligan, \u25a0 Miss Anna Mulligan. .
" Oakland— W. Freeman, Mrs. M. Gregory, J.
W. ! Smart «nd wife. -
Healdsburg— Charlea Jorsenson, Kitty Roche,
Reglna Schwab. Gertrude Ortmann. Elizabeth
Schwab. Mary Rose Schwab. Miss Annie York.
Mrs. M. Daly. Mlsg Edith Passalacqna, Marga
ret Quinn. Miss M»ry Barry, Charles Bylngton.
Warren York, Louis Scbwab, Will Cummlngs, C.
Muller, Rer. Father Barry.
Geyserrille— George G. Freeman and wife,
George E. Remmel and wife. * •; \ y .
Santa \u25a0 Rosa— L. D. Somers, J. Ray Crone.
VancouTer," B. C— Mrs. R. Desormier.
ClorerUale — B. F. Frultt and wife.
Elmharst— Mrs. W. B. duff, Miss Isabel Cluff.
\u25a0 Asti — Miss K. Geohegan.
r lIOTEI, JLA HOXDA
Among those who have registered at
Hotel, La .Honda- are:
From San Francisco — Mrs. F. L. Marsh, H. S.
Hancock, J. C. Pelton,. A. M. Boggs, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Seal, Miss Joseph,' Miss Gertrude
Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cooper, Mr. and
Mrs. '11. S. Stetson. S. L. Lowry. Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Murphy, -H. C. Jensen and wife. Adam
Osgood Croat. G_J. Croat. Mrs. A. M. Hendry,
A. M. Hendry, George C. Fisher, Charles M.
Fisher. A. F. Merrltt. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
LeaTltt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christie, Mr. ami
Mrs. J. Herzog, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Northon,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Etieune. Abbott L. Whitney;
Dr. L. T. Crana, J. A. Marsh, William J.
Ahem and wife. C. J. Winslow. Mrs. Riley,
Miss Lillian M. Thorson. Mrs. Daisy McShane,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Schaefer. Mr. and Mrs. John B.
Ott, 8: J. ICatto and family. G. Ratto and fam
ily, 11. M. Brown. R. Friedman and wife. A.
Kimberley. Mls« Kate McXamara, It. A. Mas
key, J. A. Griffin. F. W. Blanck. C. C. Crosby.
Mr. and Mrs. J. it. Gwynn. J. Hertzel. Mrs. F.
D. ReaTcs. '\u25a0 -
Oakland— Miss Grace P. Haynle. Mr. and Mrs.
F. Jensen, C. H. Wheeler. C. E. Detwiler. .
San Mateo— John D. Sibley, Mr. and Mrs. N.
E. Tourtelottl, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Casserlej
Honolulu— L. L. Harding. v...,.';
Los Angeles— Gregory M. Crentz."
Arrivals at Sweetwater Springs sum
mer resort are: " v"'V
From San Francisco — Mr.'and Mrs. L. C. Aus
tin. Evaasellne Cox. Miss Eltalra \u25a0 LowTey, Victor
V. Peters. Miss Margaret Peters, Mrs. Victor
Peters. Lloyd M. Dudley. Mrs. George W.
Brooks, Miss Lorlne Brooks. Mis* ' Frances
Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Coggin*. Mr. and
Mrs. -C. Young and family. Miss Carrie Ganch.
Miss Edna Young, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Stickel
and children, Mr. and Mrs. William Wlchhart
and family. • *»
Oakland — Kirk H. Dunam. C. H. Dewing.
Recent arrivals at Yarbrough Farm
.From San Frsneisco — Mrs. P. Eeilly. Miss
Mary Reilly. Miss Grace Reilly, Mrs. E. F.
Wilson, Miss Irraa Wilson.
Mill Valley — Miv aud Mrs. Luke Hamilton and
Berkeley — Mrs. William Dale, and two sons,
Oakland — William r.OTd. L. C. Cunningham.
McKlUrick — Stanley Riggan. •
Recent arrivals at Hoberg's Resort
From San Francisco — Charles J. Witt. Wil
liam J. Corlett. James J. Beatty. A. J. Raymond,
George A. Buckingham. Harry Falk, William H.
Grcely. Etta , Lynch. C. McMullen. Joe Poppipi,
C. J. Joseph, Joe Leyy. William R. Proll. T. H.
WhU<». Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Happ. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Frechtle. Mrs. E. Ploeger, Miss Ully
Schumacher, - I.onls Burr. Mr.' and Mrs. D. S.
Srhaffer. ,- L. Sehrantx, Ray Center.. J. Lt-ahy,
Walt Garius. H. L. Van Orden, James Allan.
Mr?. E. G. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Caolot,
Mr. and Mrs.' S. Roseacranr. Samuel Rosen
cracz, Holen Roscnir.inz. John Allan. Mr. and
Mrs. George E. Sehulz and son. Ella A. Le*hy.
H. Aires, Fred AWes. Lillian D. Eichhorst. 1 G.
N. WutU. Charles G. Myers, Steve Remel, Miss
Johnson, Joe >f. Strauss.
SIGNS NEW COMPACT
Fifteen New Members Make
Mutual Protective Agreement,
but One Is Independent
; BERLIN, July 3. — With the exception
of one man the members of the Potash
syndicate and 15 new ones have signed
a new mutual protective agreement.
The exception is Waldemar Schmitt
man, proprietor of the Zollestedt and
Ashelerbpn mines, who in 1907 made
contracts to supply various American
fertilizer, concerns with potash for a
term of 1 0 years.
The American agents here have been
offered various potash mines, but the
prices are unsatisfactory.
LACK OF A NICKEL
CAUSES LOSS OF $1,500
Obstinate Telephone Girl Pre
vents Sounding of Fire Alarm
TRENTON, N. J., July 3. — The lack of
a nickel to. drop into a telephone slot
and the obstinacy of an exchange girl
cost Oscar F. Niedt, once councilman
of this city, $1,500. when his barn was
destroyed by fire last night.
Niedt's barn caught fire about 10
o'clock, and he 'hastened to a telephone
in the neighborhood to summon a fire
engine. . \u25a0
Being told. to drop a nickel into the
slot he; discovered he had none. He
told the girl that it was a case of life
and death, but : she insisted that fire
headquarters : could not be called up
without the proper charge being made.
Niedt begged, pleaded and threatened
in vain. • The exchange girl refused
to notify the fire 1 department 1 , and in
despair Niedt fled to .another place,
finally sending in an alarm.. It was
too ; -late .when the fire engines reached
the place, and the barn and its contents
.were in ashes.
TRAVELS FROM RUSSIA
IN PORCELAIN B ATH TUB
Baby Has Odd Crib in Which to
Make Long Journey
KANSAS CITY. July 3.— Mary Arder,
two months' iold, who' was born at
.Tavoncheskoy," ;,-' Russia, - traveled the
whole distance from Russia hi a por
celain rlined . bath tub.'
"We; believe in • belnjr /clean,", her
father.; a . bip- Russian, told 'John ° Jen
kins.^depot 'interpreter. "We could not
very, well affbrd , to . buy both a crib and
aVbath; -tub, "so- :• we .'bought a tub and
made -it 'do » for, both -purposes.'* -\u0084
•'•VArderihas-.il' other children. He was
taking: them I.to1 '. to Hlllsboro. Kan., where
bis' brother, owns a wheat farm. .
I of the
I Genera Hy
II t he Mouse
Market and sth Streets
MARKET STREET Store. 19:5x23f>
FIFTH STREET Stores. 13:5x4(>.
CAFE, with Large. LJght Basement
. Conspicuous Light Corner LOFT,
100x236, or will subdivide '
James S. Webster & Son
26 MONTGOMERY STREET
< >-• STATEMENT
OF THE CONDITIONS AND AJTAIBS QT THB .
OP HARTFORD. IN THE STATE OF CON-
NECTICUT, en the 31st day of December.
A. D. 1908, and for the year ending oa that
day. Published pursuant to the provision* ot
Section 611 of the Political Code and compiled
from the annual statement Sled with the Insur-
ance Commissioner of the State of California.
Amount ot capital stock paid op la
Real estate owned by cumpany . $447.060. 41
Loans on bonds and mortgages 704,700.00
Cash market ralue of all stocks and
bonds owned by company 6,077.279.00
Cash la company's ofttcs 1,130.44
Cash In banks 220.tt53.12
Premiums in due course of collec-
tion, 703,379. 4J
Total assets .$*.257.35 Q. H
Losses adjusted' and nopaid $113,673.23
Losses in process of adjustment or
la suspense.... 344.6C5.54
Losses resisted, including expenses.. 40.039. 37
Gross premiums on fire risks rua-
ntnz «ne year or less. $3,733.-
051.97: reinsurance. 60 per cent.. 1,886.525.93
Gross premiums on fire risks run-
ning more than one year. $3,100.,
968.28; reinsurance pro rata 2,625.9«55.,"K»
Tuxes due or accrued ....:.... 83.000.00
Total liabilities frn7H.Bftt.rr
Net cash actually received for fire
premiums * $3,419,911.09
Received for Interest on mortgages.. 33,879. 73
UeceWed from interest and dirl-
dends on bonds, stocks, loans,
and from all other sources.*.. . 235.313.C^
ReceUed for rents..". 12,043.05
Gross profit oa sale or maturity of
ledser asset*...: • 11.5J3.00
Income from ail other sources 1.310. 4 j
Total income $3.712,312. 5.t
Net amount paid for fire losses (In-
cluding $353,513.63 losses ot prvrt-
otts •years) $2,852,017.83
Expenses of adjustment and settle-
ment of losses 35.3C3.53
DiTideods to stock holders 120.000.00
Paid or allowed fcr commission or
'broi erase - - 839.331.03
Paid for salaries, fees, and other
charges tor officers, clerks, etc... . 844.335.7 a
Paid for state, national and local • •
taxes.. • 163,574.«3
Gross loss on sale "or maturity of
ledser assets....... ...\.. 02.G55.37
All other expenditures.. 813,037,38
Total expenditures.... .ssjl&LsT3ts4
Losses Incurred during the year $2,873.214.47
. ~~ RISKS AND PREMIUMS ~*
Flra Risks.] Premiums.
Net amoant or risks
written during the
, eat $723,113,807 $3,223,583.35
Net amount of risks
expired during the
ye, r 701,319,950 8,133,980.23
Net amount in- < force
December St. 1908... 732.847.557 8.534.C20.23
~ JAMES" NICHOLS. President.
- BJ 8.. STILLMAN. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me. this X3tS
day ot Jan':*rr. 1909- SH HP H WKB9B^a6wi
" FRED B. SEYMOUR, NoUry TobUe.
McNtAR &WMAN,: Genera! Agents
XXV. Cvr. Sansome and Sacramento sta»
Saa Francises, fai»