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Emeryville Race Track
July 3rd and 4th
Secs*tion»l Flights and Races
MJ trpes ct fljlup w.arl:in«>*. fwyta first machine
in nrpsTit time.
V»n Ta*srll wfn.BWlM a distance flight.
Vwijjcr and O'Brien, will attempt to break dJs-
taa<-# atid on«luranc* records In
•; '"." ;"... ' \u25a0 .-• fh«>ir. Aeroplane*.
l*ACKH^s>oTiiEll' SENSA-TIONAL KEATT.'RES
" ItciOra* by r<i;iads «f tbe JetTries-Johnson figbt
, _.\u25a0 " . : A&mit-t-Uiu to'all features:
50 Cents Children 25 Cents
Pianola and Orchestra
\o CfirAm of Admi«*ion Required
This Afternoon at 3 o'clock
In Kohler & Chase Hall
.Mr. Bentlejr Mrhnlkon. Tenor.
Mr. Elbert F. Coiran, Harmonium.
Mr. W. \on Helni*. Violin.
Mr. n. C. McLean, Cello.
Mr. Frank W. Wfcm*, at the Weber
Kohler & Chase
SC O'Farrell St., »ar Market
&, LOVER IChU MANASEA
Ellis st. cesr Rltaore. Cla^s A Theater.
Free Tor* to Children mt Mat. TODAY
L,at=t Time Tonight of -
Conuaeecisr TVith Katin«e Tomorrow, STTKCAY.
Special Matinee FtMirth ©f July.
kzi Hii Biz Sisgics Company la Rlcbird Carlt'g
THE MAID and THE MUMMY
E'-ecin? Price* — Csr. r(V and Tor.
Stmrdey sad Sunday Mat. Prices — 25c and 50c.
A 1 CA7 A D Sutter and Stciner
f ILt V< Ibtt HI . Home Ptone 64242
EELASCO i: MAYEB. Owners and Managers.
A.nd Tomorrow — Tonight -and Tomorrow Night
I^AST TIMES OF
Supported by TViU-UU COCETENAY aad
tfce Alcarar Stock Company, ln
• - \u25a0•• Her Own Version of
maaC A MI L* L, Gmma
i'i'wTliS^Xi^ht, 23c'to"$l: Matinee. 25c to 50c.
fr*at.K fir. Sale -at Bex Office aad. Emporium.
CCINTJtEXCIN'S* NEXT MONDAY JIATINEE.
3\ f/V "i . -FARr\VI>LL. OF VIRGIKIA
HAR2TID .4n "THE SECOND MES. TANftUE-
rat," \u25a0 ;- : -\ y ' \u25a0 ' \u25a0_
In thi' A<lapta»inn <>f Uarjraret Poland's ' Norel.
THE AWAKENING OF HELENA RICHIE
BrKfttftfßs: AKXT MO K DAY MGHT
Erery Nieht tnd Mat. Eat "BECKY SHARP'
Wednesday Mitiaee. ."PILLARS OF SOCIETY"
.% i S>ea<» Xow on .Sale
Expect and Most Magnificent Theater is America.
. HATUTEZ TODAY AND EVERY DAY.
: .EVERY EVENING AT «:15.
ANNA3ELLE WHITFORD. the Original Brink-
ley Gsrl.:tn a -Staring Novelty; 5 OLYMPIERB;
FRANK WHITE and LEW SIMMONS; ? De
LION?: PETER DONALD and META CARSON;
LEWIS McCOIiD and Co.; CLOWN ZERTHO'S
CANINE COMEDIANS; NEW ORPHEUM MO-
TION PICTURCa Lett Week- "THE MER-
MAIDS" (Meod and Gladys Flnoey), Champion
»xt-\*>ek — LILY I.EXA
Evening Price* — 10c. 25c, 60c, 75e. Box Seats.
(1. Mat. Price* (Exr*pt Soadayg and Holidays),
10c, 250, 50c- Phone*. Doughs 70. Home C 1570.
l j l i $ \\ i^ F-^ fe^idSL ts w\
1 fJ^Ttbiap planned for the little folk*. Don-
k'jeV- Swlßjns, B«>er£, Sand Boi«»r. Monkeys.
W«<isn«. Pood. Merry Go Round, Scenh- R. R..
Moring Vpictare*. Mountain Slide, Miniature
R.- St.; SflclsA Whirl. Prairie Schooner,
Rlrrk:\: : = : .• . •
Opfa afr ««<>r!cert» afternN)n6 and erenings by
\u25a0\u25a0• •i- : 'THAVIU*S RUSSIA\ BAND
: Neirt Wedne»-day— Masquerade on Kkates in the
ricJfi- • • .
'.'}."*• :j Telerraph" at 56th, Oakland.
• IJtMI AXD LARKIX STREETS
OCEAN WATER BATHS
• /./Swimming and Tab. Baths
•"j-'Salt water direct from the ocean. Open
**cry <!*y *nd pveaicg. Including Sundays
s:irt lioiidars. from ti a. m. to 10 p. m. Spec-
.tartors^. gallery free.
.' :-Nat*torium ' referred Tuesday ' and Friday
\u25a0.mornings from 9 o'clock to noon for women
•«EJy.» - * •.
: . r'Flltered Ocean Water Plunge"-;
v Conif ortaMy heated. PORCELAIN Tt^S,
with- bot, cold, ealt and fre*h water. Eaca
»obm fitted with bot and cold salt tnd fresh
' , Branch Tub Bsths, 2151 Geary «t near
And aa All Star New York"- Caat.
In hi« i»« thw r>Tformanc»«i. ' Shikliit ' Mat-"
In»e. July 3. "SHrXUME SHARLATAN" 5 : Sun-
<)«t Ni*bt. July 3. "THKTlumi":' Monday
Nicht. July 4. "GOD. MAN ANU DEVIL "
I'ttlCES-Sl-SU. *1. 7^-. 50c. 35c.
UP CHIMNEY ROCK
Popular Car Takes Mile and a
Half Above Sea Level
R. R. L'HOMMEDIEU
.Climbing to an altitude of 3,000 feet
abpve sea level, a party in two Frank
lin motor cars not long ago_made a
trip to the Chimney rock, in one of the
picturesque regions of Wyoming. The
rock stands on a summit 400 feet in
height. The Journey was made from
Laramie, which is' 27 miles distant^ by
L. J. Crawford and several friends from
that city. "The Franklin goes any
place," remarked one of them after the
SACRAMEXTO. July I.— Automobiles
ire selling at the rate of 1.200 a month
In California, ac
cording to statis
tics prepared by
Robson Bell of the
motor vehicle department of tho v secre
tary of state's oftice. Last month there
were 1,336 machines registered. 547
chauffeur licenses issued and 190 auto 6
transferred. The fees for June were
| 1,200 a .Month
Astonishing: records in the rapid pro
duction of automobiles are constantly
*icing made, but
»ot until recently
las any manufac
urer • endeavored
o compute the
— .~~~.... v,.. v..».^ ..^^sary for the mak
ing, finishing and . fitting of the parts
of a standard car of the highest quality.
Statisticians employed by B.
Jeffery &. Co. to accurately determine
the cost of even greater accuracy, more
special tests and additional labor in the
production of the improved 1911 Ram*
bier, have proved that in building a
car of quality an infinite amount of
labor and time must be expended be
yond that which is necessary in an
automobile iwhieh may run satisfac
torily for aya v time, but In which last
ing qualities are lacking.
The Rambler output is limited to
2.500 care, but the manufacturing, fin
ishing and testing of each part is so
thorough that aji average of but eight
cars are produced each working day.
Even with a factory automatically
equipped, such as the Rambler, with
giant presses, which stamp out the hub
drums; six steam drop forges, which
make all forgings; a foundry whicn
produces every casting, and a body de
partment which "produces eight finished
bodies a day,, and a separate depart
ment for each separate part, the com
pany is still adding more time to the
production of each part to attain an
even higher standard of quality.
i Rambler Output |
l';\~ forA'est Year |
AOTES OF THE AUTO
The following letter has* been re
ceived by the Diamond rubber company
from Fred M. Wilcox of Los Angeles:
"In reply to your recent inquiry would
state that my model D Franklin tour
ing car. bought one year ago this
month, is equipped with 36x4 inch Dla.
raond tires. Those on the front wheels
have run to date 15,343 miles. During
that time they have never been off the
rims, nor have they ever been pumped
up. I can not «ay, of course, how much
longer they may run, but they give
every appearance of being good for
3,000 or 4,000 miles yet."
• * •
H. L. Pierson has ,iu*t« equipped his
Chalmers Detroit roadster with large
size Morgan & Wright Nobby Tread
tires. The Nobbies were furnished by
the Weinstock-Nlchols company.
• • \u2666
J. B. Sanford. proprietor of the Dis
patch-Democrat of Ukiah, has arrived
in town in his Chalmers car, having
run it 2.000 miles since taking delivery
of his car in the early part of May
without even so much as a puncture.
He reports having climbed hills
near his home which a horse and
buggy can not make.
M. H. Newton, one of the best known
automobile writers in 'the east, has
joined the forces of the United States
motor company as assistant to General
Advertising Manager L. M. Bradley.
Newton was connected with the Brook
lyn Eagle for nine years and more re
cently has been automobUe editor of
the New York Press.
The advances made in the construc
tion of leather- treads for automobile
tires is demanding great interest In
motor car circles. Additional impor
tance is attached to the industry by the
soaring price of rubber, which very
strongly emphasizes the comparative
economy in the use of leather. During
this season unusually satisfying strides
have been taken in leather tread meth
ods and they are coming into very ex
tensive use ln the east. Among the
prominent firms manufacturing them
if .the Leather tire goods company of
Niagara Falls, N. Y. The Chanslor &
Lyon motor supply company handle
their output in this locality.
Tony Nichols, president of the Wein
stock-Nichols company, writes from
Detroit, »'here'he is visiltng the Mor
gan & Wright factory, that the plant
Is pushed to its utmost capacity to
meet orders. The foreign department
is doing a surprisingly enormous busi
ness, this being especially so with
Nobby Tread tires.
Marln's Beanty Spot
45 minutes from ferry via Sausalito.
No saloons or other unattractive fea
tures. Good homes; good neighborhood,
all established. Desirable locations. 1
minute to 10 minutes from Baltimore
Park station. W. L. Courtrl&ht, 830
Market street, or Baltimore station. * i
Italian -American Bank
COMMERCIAt AND SAVINGS \u25a0 .
June 30th 1910
Demand" Loans f: . .! ". '.'.. '. ' '. '. ". '. ". '.'. '. '.'. '. '.'.. '. ! '.'. '. '.'. '. '.'.".'.". '. ". '.". '. '. ". '.'. '. '.'.. '. : '.'. '. U0l!o44:30J
Bank Premises and Fixtures ......:.:..'...... 486,213.41
Bonds .......:. . . . . ...;... ?-. . .''.:\u25a0- 808.324:13'
Cash on Hand and in 8ank5. . ....'. . . . . .................. .* : 561,084.42'
Customers' Liability (Letters of Credit) 1v.. ..'/..... 34,969.63;
Other Assets 1,905.49
I TARTf ITIP^ • '-*'
Capital 1 ; . J / .......... . . . : '. .... •. . .Vv. ..... . . is ; 750,000.00
Surplus and Undivided^Pr0nt5. ...'........".. ........... :rr. 219,280.63
Deposits ...:... :. ! . .; ..\u25a0'. . : ;:3,074;304.02'
Letters of Credit. : . .:..:...:...:.. . ; : .:
"Dividends Unpaid 1. ....... ; ..";.". ;..."..!. ... 22,937 50 :
\u25a0A. SBARBOR6. \u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0 being.. duly, sworn, gays: That .said A.' Sbarboro: is:
President of The Italian-American Bank.V.the Corporation . above-men-
tioned, and tha t every statement therein contained » is; true • of his 'knowl-;
edge; and belief. .: » ,^ ; .:V*'r:-;''r s ':.>"-;A^;SBARBORO.^V-^
tsubscribed . and, sworn to before me this 30th day of June, 1910.'
.... • , - > A.\ O.; EGGERS, -
Notary Public in and for the CityandCounty of San Francisco,? State Tof :
ANDREA SBARBORO, President 7r H. J. CROCKER., Vice: President
ALFRED E. SBARBORO, Cashier .^ROMOLO. A.' SBARBORO, Aest.; Cashier^
'.. piR*ECTORSC f :J. ' '\u25a0\u25a0-. \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0'!" r>.;'^ .';•'; v
A. SBARBORO '-\u25a0 ' H. J/ CROCKER . P: C. ROSSI ;^/::
MJ. FONTAXA :" A. J. MERLE i - > - LUIGI^ BOITANO.
G.vGARIBALDI LUIGI DEMARTINI •C.' J A. MALMe ' :'
THE -SAN FRMCISGQ;?CALLu SATURPM^ %£Y^ 2^/1910.
NEWS OF THE
O. M. BOYLE
>-<sSlasßst>v. ne trades unlonr
fTH*pn^^c^erry ists of Los Angeles
have organized. - a
union labor party and intend to enter
the field of. politics. At a mass meet
ing the other night 1.200 joined the^
movement. The following committee
has charge" of the organization: Lrw*
Butler, Fred C. Wheeler, Claude
Spreckles, Roger Woodbury. W. J. Co T
day, H. H. Huff, TV. A. Vanna. K. Sesma.
R. Snyder, . William Lundy and ~J. W.
Brooks. V ;
It is expected by the leaders of the
movement to exercise labor's power in
the coming city and county.- elections.
• Stuart Reed, organizer foi\the Amer r
lean federation of labor in Los Angeles,
speaking of; this political moveion' the
part of the". laborites says: "Death to
the liquor, trust will be the slogan of
union labor ln'.thls city Miericefofth. A
dry town and a union town, decency
and fair treatment . for all, will be the
cry of the 'union workingmen in the
next campaign. The entire influence
of the American federation of "labor
will "be with this platform., ; Let the
breweries foam and the distillers bub
ble; we will be "for prohibition: The
liquor trust is never for the good of
the . workers. Its politics are ' not our
kind. } We will go out to win against
the 'wets' of all other parties.":
This course will be taken^- because, of
the action of the State brewers' asso
-B. B. Rosenthal, vice president 'of
the international upholsterers' union,
addressed local 54 of Oakland last
night in reference to amalgamation
with the carpet mechanics'; union of
Fifteen candidates -were initiated and
several applications received at the
last meeting of waiters'^ union ,No. 30.
A 25 cent assessment for two 'months
was levied for the strikers, ln Spokane
and Los Angeles. The trouble with
the Portola cafe, it was reported, will
probably be settled shortly. Business
was reported;: fair \u25a0. in : the ordinary
houses, but poor in the better class of
cafes. One member was fined $10 for
breaking -the union scale and charges
of a like nature are pending against
another member. It was stated that
the sick members -were- air; improving.
The following officers, were elected:
President, M. P. Scott: trustees..- J. J.
Dibble, E. -H. Baker and A. J. Peterson;
business agents. Louis A. Francoeur.
and J. J. O'Brien; localjolnt executive
board. John Fink, R. E. Grimmer and
O. W. Maguire; delegates to the labor
'council. M. P. Scott. Theodore Johnson,
Bert Larue. T. Geister, O. W. Maguire,
J. D. Kirkpatrick. L. A. Francoeur, A.
C. Beck,. R. L. Grimmer and J. J.
• --r* j V*v* *
Upholsterers' union Xo. 28 has
elected the following officers: Presi
dent, R. Mann; vice president, J. W.
Gorman; recording secretary, A. J.
Estellta; sergeant at sfrms. E., P.
Lynch: trustee, A. J. Morris; members
of executive committee, L. Jlarris, J.
Morris and William Archer; business
agent, B. B. Rosenthal; delegates to
labor council, B. B. Rosentha], M. Kra
gen and S. ! Engelberg; delegates to
Asiatic exclusion league, George W.
Peyser. M. Bottenburg, H. Karsch and
H. F. Flynn. ;
The retiring president, S. Engelberg,
will be presented witji a. handsome
gold watch at the next meeting by
the organization, as a testimonial of
his services. . •
At the last .meeting -of marble cut
ters and finishers' union No. SB, the
following officers were chosen: Presi
dent, Thomas Chrlstal; vice presiJent,
John Tighe; recording secretary, J.
A. Rutherford; financial secretary. R.
Dunningan; treasurer, George Miller;
tyler, Thomas, Allen; board of direct
ors, D. J. Thompson. J. 11. Mooser,
A. Polina, Thomas McConaghe and
George Lawrence; delegates to build
ing trades council, Thomas Christal,
William MiPkell, George Miller, John
Tighe and S. Lawrence.
The following officers have ; been
; elected by varnishers and polishers'
union No. 134: President. R. Tobin;
; vice president, L. A. Morelli; recording
secretary, W. T. Lansfleld; financial
necretary, O. Radloff; treasurer, - G.
Colopy; conductor, P. Cunningham^
warden, W.Gagon; delegate to build
ing trades council, L. A. Morelli, W.
M. Page, S. T. Arnold and J. Tuite;
alternate, W. ; delegates to labor
council, L. A. Morelli, V> T . M. Page.^S.
T. Arnold and J. Tulte; delegates to
/district council of .painters, L. A.
Morelli, W. M. Page. W. Wolf, J. Tuite,
O. Radloff, G. A. Ziegelmeyer, S. T.
Arnold, H. Cunningham and C. Her
At a' recent meeting the local took
J260 worth of stock in; the Manama -
Pacific International exposition. " . ;
. The local has assessed its member
ship 25 cents for the Los Angejes
strikers. \ :
At the last meeting of furniture
handlers' union No. 1 the local voted
150 tojthe Los Angeles strikers, _to -be
forwarded ; to : . the v; campaign- : strike
committee, ; and 'decided to assess each
member;2s' cents! for the^same 'purpose.
The - following ? officers ; have ; been
elected : ; President, P. . >F. . Nonhan ;
vice- president,"- C.'W.-' Scull; recording
secretary,' -Willianv; Glynn; financial
secretary and treasurer, F.C. Burns;
warden, F. J. . Schusler; conductor, A.
Lawrence, trustee, William Wolf ; dele
gates to^building -trades council. E. T.
Crosby, P. F. Nonhan' and F. C. Burns.
'\u25a0\u25a0.-' y \u25a0\u25a0 : ' \u25a0 • .'•'\u25a0\u25a0.:\u2666•\u25a0 »''"-., ;
A mass meeting has -been called for
Tuesday evening in the: auditorium pf
the. building trades "to protest
against' the report? and conclusions of
Labor Commissloner r Mackenzia on ,the
Japanese question-, and v also:: upon the
action of j Governor j! Glllett In recently
calling out the .militia .in this city.
Electrical workers' union N0.,'633-. at
its last, meeting^ donated' $75 for .'the
Los Angeles strikers, and at the meet
ing Mondays July* 11, will take a vote
on the 25 cent assessment.' The
lowing officers have been elected: Presi
dent, H. J. Dougherty; vice president,
F. O. Plotner; : recording secretary, T.
F. Cufnmings; press secretary, W. L.
Rhys; Inspectors, J. O'Leary and F. F.
Cooke ; * foreman, v H. '\u25a0\u25a0• Holtum ; • ' trustee,
S. Moore; delegates to Iron trades coun
cil, S. Moore and Br Thurston; execu
tive board, * W." Small," 'J; " Saile, J.
O'Leary, H. S. Walker, J. McAvin, S.
Moore. R.-: McAllister, -G.^Flatley and
W. L. Rhys.. • \ -;
"Efforts to "Avert Strike
'STOCKTON, July; l.—FinM effort to
avert the. impending strike, of the union
and prevent the" general
tieup which, would be sure, to follow
fcaused Mayor R. R. Reibensteln today
to call a mags meeting^of all citizens, j
: As a result the-mayor is authorized
to appoint aicommlttee of five unbiased
citizens. to. mediate between the men
and the" contractors. : The ; committee,
will be named tomorrow morning. ; If it
fails the men will lay down" their tools
at noon, not to resume work after the
Businessmen and union mechanics at
tended the mass meeting today ln the
courthouse to the: number of ,500. But
the contractors were conspicuously ab
sent. The feeling of the meeting was
for industrial peace. J. L. ; Craig pre
sided," with George Winters a3 secre
tary. . ' \u25a0 \u25a0. .» .". :. ">"\u25a0 '•\u25a0.•\u25a0"."' '' \u25a0""
•The carpenters have asked for a raise
in pay from $4 to $4.80 a day beginning
with July 5. The-lnslde wire workers
are already on a strike for a trifling in
crease,and the sheet metal workers are
victims of a lockout by employers. "
FIREMEN TO CELEBRATE
Flag .Will. Be Raised Opposite!
Site of Old Home
The few remaining members of the
Exempt fire company of this city, will
assemble the morning of July 4 in
Portsmouth square, opposite the site
of the old engine house, the home of
the Exempts,-- which! with its many his
torical relics, wag destroyed by the big
fire, and raise "the American flag in
commemoration of the one hundred and
thirty-fourth anniversary; of American
After, this they will have a break;
fast under the direction of the '\u25a0 com
mittee,: James! Grady, James CTDorinell,
G. Fisher, Harry D. Hudson, D.' A. Finn
and.J. .1. Guilfoyle.
The 1 atter, who is /secretary, i n 1 the
Invitations says: "Our ; ranks are be
coming: thinner year by year, but the
few of us who are left, are still on
top and still full of the spirit thatani
mated us when we manned the brakes
of the old engines." -
CANNON ACCEPTS PRESS BlD— Saratoga
Springs. July 1. — Speaker Joseph G.', Cannon
has accepted an Invitation to attend the an
nual convention of the-New York state press
association, which . will' be held here July. 6-8.
WELLS FARGO NEVADA
OF SAN» FRANCISCO
ISAIAS W.H8L1MAX. . . . . . .':Preildeiit
!• W. -HELLMAIC JR. . .'". .Alee Prenldent
FH AIVK B.^KIIVG ./...... . ". '. . . . Cashier ' V! "'
GRANT.... .Assistant Ca«hl«T '
EJ I« JACOBS....... .Assistant Cashier
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
\t Close of Business June 30 1910
Loans and Discounts. : ........... . ..$18,694,486.25
UriitedJStates V ßonds. ;. ... ...... i......;i '. . . . . .; . . : . . :6,281,311.15
Other Bbnds..\. :..... . . : .... .....^ ...... .2,977,681.16
Customers' Liability on tetters: of Credit. . . . . 2,191,459.94
Bank Premises,; Furniture^ and Fixtures;'; ... . . 2,082,538i'83
Moneyon Hand. .... ...... ; . . .v. $3,338,638:35
Due-From Banks^ ......... v..;... 6^55,911.96 / ;_ jj # _.
Redemption Fund With. the U. S. Treasurer. ..
Capital . . ..,*.....•._..........."..•......... . . . 5p 6,000,000i00'
Surplus and Undivided Profits :. . . . . ....... 4,999,855:84
Sterling: Credits, etc.; . . . ..;..... ........... . . 2,240,397i32
Bank f Notes/ . . . .v. ... , . ; . i..'.]...i ..'.]. . . 5,999,995^00
Reserved for Taxe5. ..... . . ... .... ....... ... .;_ 17,170.32
Deposits ..>.; .V. ... : .... . i ... .*; . ... ... ....... 23,064,609^16
. State' of California •; ,i I _".. - -'^ . .
City and' County of \u25baSan FranciscO'f^ \u25a0-.-.'.\u25a0 ' ' . . *
I, I. W..HELLMAN JR.,;Vlce Presfdentof the above' named Bank, do
; solemnly,"/ s wear -% that 'the above 1 statement vis ;.true * to "best of my
knowledge and belief. I. W.:HELIJiIAN>JR.;,.Vice President.- > "-
**»•' Subscribed-; and r. sworn to- before "me this .'of July, \u25a0\u25a0 1910.'
; -,-; vV.-'r,. ..\u25a0\u25a0••.£, ;j-(Seal; j- (Seal )i - - . v O." A.' EGGERS,- :??">;
. ;Xotary »Public- ( in>and ,for the' City and "County of "San; Francisco.; -
r Gu5 tomers of .This : Bank Are Offered Every Facility
Accounts Are Invited. . .
HORSE AND RIDER
FAIL FIFTY FEET
Animal Lands on Top of Cay*
alryman When they Drop
'- Together Off Cliff
.- .While doing scout duty yesterday
morning P,rivate James E. Barton of
Battery .B, Fifth field artillery,. jrode
his horse over the edge of a cliff near
Twenty-third street, plunging down a
distance of 50 feet and being crushed
under the animal. He sustained a frac
tured skull ai^ internal in juries.. There
isfaint hope of saving his life.
, Barton with i 19 others Jleft' the Pre
sidio under/the command of -Ma jor Ed
ward' A.' Millar. to practice maneuvering
along .the ;Corbett. road. He was de
tailed sto scout duty, intthe perform
ance of which :he rode his hores along
theedge of thecliff. The animal missed
its* footing and the next moment' horse
and rider had disappeared over the
edge. The soldier was found lying un
der the horse. He was picked up un
conscious', and , taken to .the central
emergency hospital I and . later removed
to the general hospital at the Presidio.
Barton was . born in- St. Louis and is
21 years of age.? He enlisted in Ohio
January 10, 1908, and was ordered to
the 'Philippine islands, from where he
returned last i May. He has a brother,
Thomas, In Youngstown; p.V?
CHIEF MARTIN MAKES
New Captain, lieutenants and
Sergeants Sworn In
v Captain Henry. J. O"Day, Lieutenants
James H. Anderson, John R. O'Connor
and' Shadrick- Campbell and* Sergeants
Roberta a: Coulter, John jS. Moriarlty
and D.-M.Re'avls were sworn In by
Chief Martin yesterday: morning. .
-. Captain .'O'Day ;will remain in com
mand .of /Company A, central station;
Lieutenant" Anderson is ' assigned to
Company" H, InglCside district; Lieu
tenants, O'Connor and Campbell to Com
pany D, Mission district;: ; Sergeant
Coulter to Company H, -Sergeant Mori r
arity to Company G, O'Farrell street
station, and Sergeant Reavis to Com
pany; A", to remain in charge of the
The four | new ' men sworn in were
assigned^to Company G. ;
Serjeant Clarence , Coogan has been
transferred from Company H to Com
pany D for '/day.: duty, and Sergeant
Harry Hook from . Company D to Com
pany, Hto fill: the vacancy, in the de
tective bureau caused" by the promo
tion^of Sergeant Campbell, Policeman
James H. Pearl, who was recently re
instated, was appointed. \
OTHERS PLEAD GUILTY
Four Men to Be Sentenced on
CANYON CITY, Ore., July I.—Fol
lowing the conviction yesterday of
Deputy Sheriff Joseph Caseday for
murder' for , his connection with , the
lynching of OUie Snyder. last December
three other lndicted^men'pleaded guilty,
today of mufder in the second degree.
Those who pleaded guilty are BerC
Green and Emmett and Earl Shields.
Sentence will be pronounced on all the
defendants on July 6.
It is reported that the district attor
ney wiir seek the indictment of other
alleged participants in the lynching.
"45 Minutes From Broadway"
And some- trains only 42 minutes —
Baltimore Park. Palm. -Hill and Balti
more (Larkspur) Canyon are at Balti
more station, "45 minutes from Market
street." Fine service, beautiful scenery.
Lots and" acreage of ; all sizes and pur
pose The home seeker will find a
home site combining beauty, seclusion
and every advantage. W. L. Court
right,. S3O Market street, or Balti
more station. ' \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0•.- \u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0.'• *
Demurrer to Indictment •Is
Overruled by Conley
Joseph Hidalgo, formerly Instructor
of -languages In the University of Cali
fornia, was taken into' court in cus
tody '•.yesterday* to hear argument on
the demurrer* Interposed ! by his atto*f T
ney, H. F. Marshall,, to the indictment
charging him with criminal conspiracy
against , public, morals.
The chief point made by Marshall
was that, the Indictment is defective
because it fails to state that Grace Ell
fritz,;.with'whom,Hidalgo Is alleged. to
have conspired, was not his wife. The
supreme court. of California has ruled
that . there can ; be v no such thing as
conspiracy between a man and his wife.
. After Assistant District Attorney
Caubu had replied. Judge Conley over
ruled the -demurrer. >
The case went over to next week for
a ;; motion -'to "-set aside the indictment
to be argued. '
BIFJTHSv MARRIAGEiS, DEATHS
I Notable Deaths |
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FRANK C. WACHTEB. FORMER RSPRESEN-
,TATIVE— Baltimore. Julj- 1:— Former Conpress-
, man Prank C.;Waehter of this city died to-
-day, at the age of 40 years. Wachter served
four i successtTt . terms ' In ' conjrrws as the rep-
. renentative of the third Maryland district. j-«e
was a republican.. " i ;
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I Licenses |
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The following marriage licenses \u25a0 were Issued
in San Francisco Friday. July 1, 1010:
BENEMEI.IS— PRENTISS— Manuel I* B^nemf-
1 Is. n. 226T Howard street, and Caroline E.
Prentlss, 23, 133 Charles street.
BEXNETT— FARRELLr-WiHlam F. Bennett. 21. 1
178 Capp street, and Mac FarreU; IS, 1119 Vcr-
. tnont street. :
COHX— BERG— Irrins Cohn. 21, 1304 Lagnna
street, and Betty Berg, 18, 1052 Page street, j
CRATG— TYNDALL— George Craig. 3s. and
g Frances A. Tyndall, 45, both of rSO O'Farrell
\u25a0 street. ; . t ;^
DE SLOOVERE—SMET— Eruestdc Sloorerc. 25.
520 Bay street, and Elodle Smet, 28, Oakland.
DOUGHERTY— BROWN— James V. Dougherty.
21, 1244 California street, and Lucy H. Brown.
IS, ,1941 Webster street. _ "•.
FERGUSON— PRIN'TY.— John Ferguson. C?. and
Mary.lt. Printy, 22, both of 310 Capp street.
GRACE— KELL— RaIph C. Grace. , 31. 1964 Flf-
. teentb street, and Mary E. Kell, .27. Lakin.
lIO^IiEY— DRIESCHMAN— John M. Howley. 35.
aud Clara P. Drleschman. 21, both of 2374
Bryant street. ,
OHLSON— GALLI— AIgot Oblsou. 21, 4V Herman
street, and Celia Galli, 19, S» Cartn«l street, j
MATTOCK— PURDY— Arthur F. Mattcok, 28.
and Acjelia M. Purely, 26. both of BlakelyTiUe, ;
Ore..', . . .
POZ— lOS— Lubln Poa. 34. and Pantaleona los,
32, both of 63 Card alley.
UDALL— LANDAU— Jacob H. Udall. 30. Mission
hotel, and Rose 19, 1577 Howard '
street. \u25a0.; ;. . .-, --^ - , - \u25a0 " • \u25a0
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mail
will not be Inserted. They raust be handed ln at
either of the publication offices and be indorsed
with the name and resideuce of persons author-
ized to have the same published. Notices re-
stricted simply to the announcement of the erent
are published once ln this column free of charge.
PRINCE— June 29, 1910, to' the wife of Dr.
A". D. ' Prince, a daughter.
SAINSOT— Ia this cltr. June 20. 1910, to the
wife nf Robert F. Salnsot (formerly Mjrtle
Fulton), a son. ; '\u25a0 \u25a0 " \u25a0
BARTHOLD— HUPPERT— In this city, June 30,
1910, by Rev. J. -Fuendeling. Berohardt Henry
Barthold and Louise Margaret Uuppert. both of
7 San Francisco.
MACFARLAN— HERBOLD— In this city. Jure
29, . 1910, by ReT. R. Logon. Edwin Joseph
Macfarian and Louise Helen Herbold.
STAFvKEY— SCHMIDT— In this city. Jane 30,
1910. by KeT. J. Fueudellng. John JUchard
Starkey of Sebastopol) and ttose Schmidt of
Uolronda, Humboldt county. . . . \u0084. » ...
VELOSA— KENNEY— In this city. June 29. 1910.
by Her. Father Mellon. Nicholas Velosa and
Miss Jennie Kenney, both of San Francisco.
Alberg. Thora 2OJHopper, Mary.. SO
Barnhtsel. Louis —[James, Drnry W W
Bloch Samuel...... 56 Jenningson, Or. \\ m. C 3
Carlsou, Ruby M.. . 2C| Jurgens. -Hans 43
Carrere. Blanche L. . l6|Kriedte, Lena 52
Crryante, Conscenicio — i Marlow. Mathew J.. 42
Cluney, J«»hn A 28|McMahon. Kate 60.
Comalch, George A. 3j McVeigh, William... 9
Evans, EWena «... 18 Schneider. Norma... S
finnlpan. Catherine. 40 Simmons. Herbert O. 62
Fung Cb0ng.... .... 46 Yon Bargen. Alfred. 4->
Gough. Jeuuie S 54iWadleigh. Charles... 52
Graham. E. Daisy. . 42| Yansen, Matts 06
ALBERG— In Oakland, Cal.. June SO. 1910,;
Thora, dearly belomd daughter of Anna .E.
Alberg, and sister of Johnnie J., Rasmus.
Harry, Neils and Alford Alberg and Mrs. H. L.
Dalton, a native of California, I aged 20 years
8 months and 8 days.
Friends and 'acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services today
(Saturday), July 2, 1910, at 1:30 o'clock p. m.,
at the family residence. 1216 East Twenty-
' first "street, uear Twenty-fourth aTenue, Oak-
land. Incineration Oakland crematory. , ."
BARNHISEIr— In San Jose. June U. 191 p. Louis
Barnhisel, brother of C. F. and E. R. Barn-
hlsel and Mrs. Alice Mordecal.
BLOCH— In this city. June 30. 1910. Samuel
Bloch. beloved brother of Mrs. Eliza Bloch
of France, a native of Frame, aged 56 years.
, Friends and ' acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the i nneral tomorrow t Sun-
day), at 10:15 a. m., from bis late residence.
2824 Bush street. Interment Home . »»f Peace
cemetery, by 11:30 a. m. train from Third and
\u0084 Townsend streets.. .
CARLSON— In Berkeley. July 1. 1910, Ruby M..
beloved daughter of Alex. A. T. and Eliza-
beth Carlson, and loving sister of LJIHe.- Wil-
lUm,* Robert and : Agnes Carlson, a native of
San Francl«co, aged 20 years 5 months and, 4
days. . . . • \u25a0 , •
CARRERE— Entered into rest/in this city. Jnly
- 1. 1910. Blanche Lucille, dearly beloved daugh-
ter of John V. and the late Catherine Carrere.
"and sister of Marie, Anne. Catherine and John
- Carrere, a native of San Francisco, aged 18
years, and: 3. months. \u25a0-"
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral" Monday, July 4,
- 1910 at 9:30 o'clock , a.' m.'. "from the resi-
dence of her parents. 1720 Eighteenth avenne
v South, thence to All Hallows church. Sixteenth
aTenue near \u25a0 Railroad \u25a0' avenue, .where ; a blgh
mass will be celebrated for the repoee of her
. commencing lat 10 . o'clock. . Interment Hoir. v
r Cross cemetery.*.- - '- **.'
CERVAUTE— In! this city,. July 1. 1910, at the
city and county hospital, Mrs. Conscrnlcto Cer-
vante. a -. native of JSpaln.
CI.TJNEY— In this city, June 29. 1910, John A.
Cluney. dearly beloved and' only son of Dennis
and • Elizabeth Cluney, and brother of the lata
•Catherine Elllene and -Sister Mary Agnes
Cluney of the Sisters of Notre Dame/ a native
of San Francisco," 1 aged 28 years. A member of
the Brotherhood of Teamsters, local No. 83.
and member of the Gentlemen's Sodality, of St.
\u25a0\u25a0-'\u25a0 Peter' » church. . : .'\u25a0-" \u25a0 " .... . \u25a0
Friends and ; acquaintances are : respectfully
• Invited to attend the funeral today' (Sit;
nrday); at 9:15 a. in., from his late resi-
dence, 1146 Hampshire, street near Twenty-
fourth. ; thence to St. ; Peter* church, where «
solemn requiem ' bigh mass will be celebrated
for the repose of hi« souK comracucing at 0:45
'' a. m." Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
COMAICH— In -this' city." July 1. 1910, at the'
parents' residence. 3267 Nineteenth street,
• George ? A.". Idolized and ocly child . o# Martin
and Amanda M. . Comalch. a native of San
Francisco, aged' 3 years 10 months and 5 days.
EVANS— -In this* city." July 1. 1010. Elvena Ger-
trude, beloved daughter of Luther "L. and |
I I Elvena , C. Evans, and sister, of Lela C. Evans.
v a native " of •. Santa Crux, .. Cal.. aged IS years
." 10 months . and *t>; days. , (Santa^ Cfus. papers
; • pleaB«?copy.) ' '?i>- . ;' : -** 1 * : .>"" -.
;•< Friends are .resp<*ctfully. lnvited to attend the
" funeral < services, tomorrow (Sunday), .July 3.
* at J 2' o'clock^p.'m..- at "PotrerorM.: E."
-church.' Mission street between Nineteenth : and
'Twentieth.: Remains at the nevr. funeral chapel
„ of. Charles >H-:J. ; - Truman. -1919. Mission street
; » betweeu * Fifteenth « and ; Sixteenth, y lnterment ;
cemetery, by. carrla^*.;';
FINNIGAN— In this 'city."? June 30. 1910.-? Cath-
'\u25a0; ertnf ,"; beloved wife \u25a0 of ; John Finnlran. lovinir
[ sister- of/ Mrs. ; B. : . Dempwy. : Mrs. M. Hlckey,
Mrf . TC.i Hannt»n. : Mrs. . P. Quinn . and Mrs. L.-
Carolon. and : couf in ,\u25a0 of . Mrs. " John C. Quinn,
' a native of Ireland.* aged 40 years., ; i \u25a0.\u25a0.«••
* Friends; and; acquaintance* .are -respectfnlly
1 ':\u25a0 in vlted \ to ' attend * the \u25a0 f nneral I Monday, Jury 4,'
fromvher, late residence. "CllO JUs-
~ |L|iiL||mTjnmj|M mum \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0I .—l_
P A]Non»Sectariaii V H
I \u25a0 Arraafements can be made* in dtr offlc*. 1
S - T '-= ADDISON j HEAD i BLDG.^ - " B
, Post street \u25a0 and G rant = avtane. - • "tM
NATIONAL BANKS MUST
Comptroller of Currency Issues
Call for Statements
WASHINGTON. July 1. — The comp
troller of the; currency today Issued a,
calllforlthe ctmditlon of national banks
at the close of business June 30.
The comptroller also requested the
superintendents" of 'banks in the various
states to make a call for reports for
the_same date from banks subject to
This call for June 30 supplements
and continues the efforts mad« in April
of "lasfyear to obtain on some date
annually uniform statistics from all
banks of the country.
KAHN AND AIGELTINGER INDORSED— At *
. - meeting of the Army and Nary repnbliran
le*cue at Jeft>r*o hail Lift night Julln* Kabu
vras unaniaoa«ly Indorsed a* candidate for eon
cress from the femrtb. consTf I *' ollß ' district an<!
EdwarU 11. Aigeltineer as candidate for rall
roa<l omrats'loner. The airtioa last nlsbt wa*
taken upon the recommendation of the exerw
tlre committee of the league, to wblcb the In-
dornemenrs had been, reCerre<l. Resolution*"
w»re also adopted offerinsr condolences to the
relatlTes of the late Henry C. Dibble aud V.
M. Cashln. former members.
sion street t.Crorker tra<-t>. N thence to St.
Hleaini ehureU (Ocran View), where a «ol-
enm requiem high mass will be celebrated for . |
tne repose of her soul, commencing at 9:CU> «
a. m. Ictcrment Uoly Cross cemetery, by car-
rUNG CHONG— In this citr. July 1. 19if. at
the city and county hospital. Fung Chong. a
native of China, ag.nl 4t5 years.
G OUGH— In this city, June 30. 1910. Jennie 3.
I oougu, dearly betovwl wife of Joba lioujh
'SOIS 0I S cr ly of Meudocinu conntyi. lovlns; mother
or liionias J.. James Francis and Lee John
uougn, foster mother of Catherine Gougn. and
beloved sister of William and Maurice Ryau
or .Mendoclno county. Mi-s. John Hodnett. Mr*.
Mollie Madden aad Mr*. Ellen S. Lock, and
tne late Margaret Clirt and Michael Ryau. a
I ,c, e 1 f 're'^nrf. aged 54 years.
. trfends ami acquaintances are^ respect fn ll. r
invited, to attend tn* funeral thts (Sat-
urday* morning, at 8:30 o'clock, frum her
late residence. 2754 Bryant street near Ttrenir-
sisth. thence to St. Peter'a church. wb«re *
requiem bleb mass will be celebrated for ti:e
repose of her soul, commencing at J» o'clock,
interment Uoly Cross cemetery, by electric
funeral car from Twenty-eighth and Valencia
DIVISION no. 5. L. A. A.. O. H. IN A.- "
lou are hereby notlfle.l to attend the funeral
of our late sister. Mrs. Jennie S. tJousb. tM*
( >a t unlay » moraine, at »:3u o'clock, from her , '•
late rt-sidelic*'. Members of sister division*
are Invited to attend. 1
r no v«mV T ' • P - ° -powD - President. ;
C. DONNELL\. Secretary.
G^ A ,^ A J?~: Sua<lea ' T - ln <>S<Jeii. Utah. June 30.
l»li>. E, bnlsy. l>eloved wifo of B. J. GraUa.u.
and sister of Helen Whaler of Berkeley au.l
Mrs. Leila stein of N> w Orleans. La., a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 42 years. "
HOPPER-ln tils city, Jnue 30, WlO, Mary, be-
t loved wife of the late T. W. Hopper, ami lov-
ing mother of .uiirord and Frank Hopper. Mrs.
Manchester and Mrs. Kerr. a native ot Albany.
iV- V ased !iO - years 1 montli and ltt Uajs.
*>ew \ork papers please cony.>
lhe funeral (private) will take place -to-
day (Saturday). July 2. 1910. at 1 o-clo.-!c
P- m.. troia me funeral parlors of Unwu.
J^yan & Dooohoe, n-.rtiit-a^t oraer of Sixtevutu
and Guerrero streets. Interment Mount Oih«-t
JAMES— In this city. July I. 1910. Drury Woo-1-
»on James, dearly ItcloveU husband of Louise
31. James, and loving father of William. Lena.
Charles and ftlwant James. Mrs. Mary I-
ei irn , s ',. X* Helen B «na»»tt aad Mr*. Carolhw
bhaekelfold. a native of Logan couoty. Kv..
aged S^ years 7 mmithfi and 3 days. iLogsi
county. Ky.. Kansas City. San Luis VbU V >
and paso Hobles papers please copy.i
Interment strictly private. Please omit
JI V??P rQSON — In OakUn-l. Jnlv l. 1910. Dr.
vviinam Jennlngson. brother of E. J. Macintirt-
Mr». T. F. B.rrws aud Mrs. J. J. Mahoij. .
a sa!5 a !L Te . of Londt>u . aged CJ years 5 ujont.'.-i
and 10 days.
JTJRGENS— In this city. June 20. 1910. Han*
* Jurzous. dearly beloved liusban^ of Dora c
Jurgens devoted father of Lena. Anna ao.l
- Frieda Jurgeaa, 6nd brother of Mrs. P. Miller.
Henry. Peter and William Jurgeus, a natHw
or liolstein. Gornjany, aged ,4u years l'»
csonths and 4 days. A member of "the Ger-
m ? n V-S er Te reln; SoMfswlg-Hotsteiner v-
reln; PaclSc lodge No. 29. «Jd. U. ».; trtasurrr
or the grand lodge of Hermann Sons; Court
Lire Oak No. 87. F. of A., aad San Fraaciscj
lodge Nu. 2. R. A. *
Friends and acquaintances are rc*pectfwllr
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Suii-
day». July 3. lyio. at 1J:3O »'cl<>ck. from hi*
lat« residenc*. 1530 Klghth aTenue Sourn.
thence to Ked Men's hail. 240 Golden Gate
avenue, where, services will be held nnder tb»
auspices of the -4>ut*cher Krieger vereia at £
o clock. Interment Mount OliTet cemetery tU
electric funeral car from Twelfth and Jlarkc:
COURT LIVE OAK NO. 67. F. OF A.— Of-
cers and members are berebv notified to a»-
. sembl* at Masonic halJ. Fourteenth aud Rail-
. road avenues South, tomorrow (Sunday i JuL/
.>. 15)10. at 11: U a. m. oharp. to >
funeral of our late brother. Hans .rui
'I? C' MAHONY. X KrU "
KRIEDIE-In thin oity. July 1. X- • Lr£x \u25a0
Krledte. dearly beloved wife of t\ * \u25a0— > x
Krledte. a native of Nnrwav. agwl Xi^v&rt
s wontbs »n<l 23 days. (Duluth. Mm: \u0084.; 1
Friends aid ai-qnaintancesi are rrt- \u25a0<\u25a0 \u25a0• '\u25a0 -
inrltfrl to attend the funeral tomottv* i*iii-
day). July 3. 19H>. at 2 o'clock p. • r .., a *
the parlors of Uaritnrr Brothers. 34« a» i- i;. f |, -
street b*>twee D Chun-b ami fanchei Inr, .-
ment Cypress Uwb cemetery, by tjr.h,'f.
MARLOW— In this city. Juue £i % . Ijvi. .«.. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-,
John, dearly beloved uustwud of Uose :. .'!„\u25a0-
low, father of Jamea ami Kuth Marlow, ;*i "' —
of Katherine and the late James Marlow. aa<l -J
brother of 'Mrs. Minnie Betts. Mr». I'juld
O'Day. Mrs. Frtak Ru^ and James. Tuoma-s.
William, Nick and George Marlow. a natl.a
of New Jersey, aged 42 years Ji month* ami li»
Friends and \u25a0 acquaintances are re*pr«**f 11 Uvr
Invited to attend th» faneral today (Satur-
day>, at 1:30 p. m., from the parlors cf ti. *'.
Suhr & Co., 2910 Mission strer* ttetyteva
Twenty-flfth and Twenty-sixth, where servW*
will be held under the auspices of San Fran-
cisco aerie No. 3, F. O. E. Interment Uo'y
Cross cemetery, by carriage. . -
; SAN FRANCISCO AEUIE NO. 3, F. a E —
To the officers and members, degree team an.l
life and dram corps: Yon are hereby notiSvl
to attend the funeral of our late brother.
Mathew J. Marlow. today (Saturday?. Jnly 2.
at 1 p. m.. from the funeral parlors of B. V.
Safer & Co., 291 i) Mission street.
J.^M. NEWBEIiT. President.
GCSTAVE POHLMANN. Secretary.
jfccMAHON— In this city. June 29. 1910. Kate
MeMahon. a native of Ireland, aged H> rear*.
Th» funeral wUI take place this «la.>- »S»tir-
day>, at 8:15 a. m., from the funeral pj»r!nrs
of Samuel McFadtJen AC"., l«)7f» Haight street
near Baker, tbenc to St. Patrick* chnrcb.
where a requiem high mass will be celebrate.l
for th* repose of her soul at » a.' m. Inter-
ment Holy Cross cemetery. -\u0084;..
McVEIGH— In thin vlty. July I. into, William,
dearly beloved son of Joba and Margaret Me-
* Velgh, loving brother of Rose. Mart. Mar-
garet and John McVeigh and of the late Katli- \u25a0
l»en McVeigh, and beloved nepb<^r of Mr*.
Michael Lucy of San Pablo. Timothy aJid Kath-
leen Lncy and of the late Dennis Lnev ami tho
late William McVeigh, a native of San Fran-
Cisco, aged 9 years 4 months and 11 darn.
\u25a0 -Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral Monday. July 4.
at 9 a. m.. from the residence of nU parents
845 Vallejo street, thence to St. FranoU
church, where a requiem high mass will 'be
celebrated for • the repose of hia soul. Inter-
ment H«ly -Cross cemetery.
SCHNEIDER— In Benicla. Cal.. June 30, 1910.
Norma. 'dearly Idolized child of Anna ami
George Scbneld»r, and fc«»loved sisted of . Anlt.t
Schneider, aged 8 years.
Interment was strictly priTate, at Benicla.
SIMMONS— In this city. July t. IUIO, Herbert ~
O. Simmon*, dearly * beloved husband of
Emellne Simmons, and loving father of Richard
.Simmons and >Ir». Ada Dnke, a native- ot
Brooklyn, N. V.. aged 62 years 5 motitba ami
17 day*. ; A member of San FrarncUco nest No.
1233. O. O. -0.
YON BARGEN— fn thin city. Jone 29, JftlO. At- *:\u25a0
f red. von Bargen, beloved brother of Otto and "
Ida , too • Bargen. a native of San Francijco. -
Cal.. aged 45 year* and 10 mouths.
Friends ami acquaintances are respectfully-
invited to attend the funeral today (Satur-
day). July 2. 1&1 O. at VJto o'clock p. m.. from
; the parlors of Valente. Marial. Mar.il* & C^.. ~
649 Green street. Interment Odd Fellows' cent*-
• tet7- •
WADIXIGH— In this city, July 1. 1910, at the":
"city > and connty -boppital. . Charles .Wadielgti. * .
a native of ;New Yorlc. aged 52 years.
YASSEN— In this city, Jnly 1. 1910. Matts, be---
"love<l bnxband of Lizzie Yansen. and father of ,~
. Delia, Emil. An» and Walter Yaasen, a na- !
r tive of Finland, aged 36 yean. . \u25a0\u0084-._ r.i6s^|
INDEPENDENT OF THE TRUST
I VwiW FURXISH
HE'RSE, TWO C4RRIASES, EM3ALMINS
SHROUD AND GIQTH COVER-fD CASKET
JULIUS S. QODEAU
. Main of flee*— 2l23 Bush St., West 2690. and
ICOS Jranklla at.. near X7th, Oakland, phone Oak-
la&ii 4045. - : . . • -. -"; •-./„ .
Branches — 305 Montgomery - ay., Pb. Temp, 3263.
and 827 Sooth Signeroa »t-. Los AngeTe*.
Auto Ambulance awl Carriage* for Hire.