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In the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys
FRUIT GROWERS TO
MEET IN STOCKTON
City- Preparing to Entertain Sev
eral Hundred Delegates to
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON. Nov. 21.— Stockton Is
preparing to entertain the several hun
dred delegates to the fruit growers'
state conv«ntion to be held here De
cember 6 to 9. inclusive.
O. E. Bremner, secretary of the state
horticultural commission, spent the
greater part of the day here' In dis
cussions with the heads of local com
mitees. He held a conference this
morning with President George F. HuJ
son and Secretary J. M. Eddy of the
chamber of commerce; D. B. Morrlll
and A. F. Roberts of the reception
committee and F. E. Ellis, chairman
of the publicity committee. There had
been some misunderstanding about the
dates for certain features of the con
vention and all was straightened out.
The convention will be held in the
large auditorium of the First Congre
gational church at the* corner of Park
and Hunter streets. President J. W.
Jeffrey will call the first session to
order at 10 a. m. December 6. Rev.
John Stephens of the Central Methodist
Episcopal church will pronounce the
invocation and Mayor R, R. Reibensteln
will deliver the address of welcome,
to which Governor James N. Gillet will
One of the big features of the second
day of the convention will be the re
ports on the progress of standardiza
Thursday F. B. McKevitt of Sacra
mento will speak on distribution of
fruit; J. L. Nagle of Sacramento on the
California fruit exchange and J. P.
Dargitz on the almonJ. growers' ex
Grapes will be the general theme for
the discussion Thursday afternoon.
Among the speakers will be M. E.
Angler of Lodi, Frank Sweet of Mar
tinez, George Robertson of Fresno and
F. H. Kiesel of Sacramento.
Friday forenoon there will be ad
dresses on insect pests.
Friday afternoon probably will be
devoted to reports of committees and
the adoption of resolutions.
Dr. C. B. Lipman of Berkeley will
give en Illustrated lecture on soil bac
The Stockton merchants' association
is providing the entertainment, which
will be held at Masonic Music hell
Wednesday evening, December 7. The
following program has been prepared
in honor of the visitors:
Selections by Blanche Morriirs orchestra;
barytone solo. J. E. Zeteler; contralto solo
'Scotch costume). Miss Murray McAdam; ad
<lress. District Attorney George F. McXoble;
rlolln solo. Miss Blanche Morrill; violin eolo.
Miss Blanche Morrill; dancing.
There will be an automobile drive
around the city Tuesday afternoon-
Other amusement features will be pro
The Pacific Coast Nurserymen's as-.
sedation, the Association of County
Horticultural Commissioners and the
County Fair commission has been In
vited to meet with the fruitmen. The
attendance is estimated at from 300
DECIDE TO MOVE
Board Will Occupy the County
Treasurer's Old Quarters
[Special Uispatch to The Call]
PTOCKTON. Xov. 21. — The board of
supervisors decided today to vacate its
present quarters in the courthouse and
move into the rooms formerly occupied
by the county treasurer. The highway
commission, which now occupies rooms
in the chamber of commerce building,
will use the present quarters of the
The board appointed F. A. Henning
to succeed the late W. J. Ham as Justice
An appropriation of $1,000 for each of
the approaches to the Jacobs road
« bridges was made.
The board of supervisors today voted
in favor of purchasing the old race
track property southeast of town, to be
used for agricultural fairs. The tract
consists of 65 acres.
It has long been in litigation, but
. representatives of both sides appeared,
before the board and proposed to waive
all litigation. They also agreed to re
d'jee the selling price several thousand
dollars if the land were used for public
PAINTER FALLS 30 FEET
AND DIES INSTANTLY
Roy Hutchinson Killed at Chico
in Plunge From Scaffolding
[Special Dktctch io The Call]
CHICO. Nov. 21. — Roy Hutchinson, a
painter, 30 years old, fell from a scaf
folding in front of the G. L. Barham
building this afternoon and was killed.
His neck was broken by the fall of 30
feet and a falling plank struck his
head, causing a fracture of the skull.
Death was instantaneous. The man Is
survived by a wife and child, living In
FORMER GAME WARDEN
AGAIN SEEKS OFFICE
[Special Dispatch io The Call]
SANTA CRUZ, Nov. 21.— The lead
.. ing sportsmen of this vicinity are
busy circulating a petition through
out the county in behalf <of former
Game Warden Walter Welch, whom
they desire to see reinstated for Santa
, Cruz county. The petition will be
presented to the supervisors early in
January aftPr the newly elected mem
bers. Harvey and Marquis, take their
seats. When Welch was dismissed by
the old board of supervisors they re
fused to give him a hearing. It raised
a storm of protest and played an im
p*orta"nt part In the recent supervlsoral
campaign. Mallott. the present game
warden, is holding his office under
protest, until decision is handed down
from the courts. The latter has friends
out circulating a petition.
WHITE SLAVERS GET
SIX AND EIGHT YEARS
PORTLAND, Nov. 21. — George Kava
lin and Jim Takos, "white slavers."
convjeted here Saturday, were today
sentenced to eight and six years, re
spectively. In the federal prison on
McNeils Island. The men were con
victed of Inducing two girls of Eureka,
Cal., to lead immoral lives.
. 05 L- C Smith TrpeTrrltersi
L. & M. Alexander, 512 Market sL.
' agents L. C. Smith Visible Ball-bear
ing machines. Dupont Powder Co. use
, I's; Cal. Wine Association 24; Gold
. berg Bowen & Co. 16: Union Trust
Bank 12: Fireman's Fund Ins. Co. 11;
Alaska Packers' Association 7. - •
Big Athletic . Organization Cre
ated at Mass Meeting in
Stockton Y. M. C. A.
(Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON, Nov." 21. — At a mass
! meeting held at the V: M. C. A. last
evening- plans were outlined for hold
ing a series of athletic contests among
the various Sunday schools of the city.
Basket ball will be played first and
other games taken up as the league
Those In attendance at the meeting
were given entry blanks, which, must
be signed by the superintendents of
their Sunday schools.
The officers of the league are:
President, J. Marshal Nutting; vice
president, J. P. Thoman; secretary, O.
G. Yerbury; chairman literary commit
tee. Will Morris, Central Methodist
Episcopal church; chairman finance
committee. A. L. Branch, Christian
church; chairman registration commit
tee, Arthur Libhart, United Brethren;
John S. Colline, First Presbyterian; Leo
Parnell, East Side Presbyterian; A. C.
Thorp, First Congrtgational; H. Bolly,
German Methodist; James L. Silver,
Baptist; William T. Renison, St. John's
FIREMAN HURT IN
WRECK ENDS LIFE
Edward Joyce Found Hanging
From Rafter in Shed at
Rear of Home
[Special DUpatch to The Call}
STOCKTON, Nov. 21. — The body of
Edward Joyce, the eldest son of Jo
seph Joyce Sr., was found hanging
from a rafter in a shed at the rear of
the family residence, 122 North Union
street, about 7 o'clock this evening.
The man had not been himself since
the Byron train wreck five years ago.
He was thrown out of the cab, having
been fireman on the Stockton local,
and received injuries from which he
never fully recovered. Despondency
Is assigned as the cause for the suicide.
The body was found by one of the
members' of the family, he having been
seen to enter the shed about three
hours previous. He was the brother or
Joe Joyce, the baseball player.
TO HOLD UP AUTOISTS
Congressman Hayes' Son One of
[Special Dispatch tn The Call]
SAN JOSE, Nov. 21. — Their way
blocked by a pile of logs thrown across
the road ana looking into the muzzles
of two revolvers, Harold Hayes, son of
Congressman E. A. Hayes. Thomas Bet
tens, son of Albert Bettens, the San
Jose and Sacramento hotelman. . and
Rudolph W. Caspers, all of this city,
had a thrilling experience early Sun
day morning with three highwaymen.
The three youths, who are pupils of
the San Jose high school, were in a
big automobile driven by Percy Crew.
Congressman Hayes* chauffeur, and
were speeding south on the Monterey
road toward Edenvale, the Hayes home,
when they were halted. .
As they rounded a turn near Hills
dale station the big auto lamps showed
a man at work completing the bar
ricade, and the other two pointed re
volvers at the party. The chauffeur,
after his surprise wore away, jammed
on all speed. The highwaymen were
taken by surprise and watched agape
as the machine swerved to the side
of the road, and, half in the ditch,
hurdled a railroad tie as it whizzed
past. The autolsts did not stpp until
they had reached Edenvale. The pile
of ties was found beside the roadway.
VOLCANO IN THE SEA
MAKES LAND SHAKE
Pictures of Bering. Sea Walrus
to Be Seen by President
SEATTLE. Wash.. Nov. 21. — When
the schooner Bender Brothers passed
out of Bering sea, the volcano Shish
aldin, or Unlmak island, was at its
best. Volcanic disturbances In Bering
sea have been recorded on the Uni
versity of Washington | seisomograph.
B. B. Dobbs, who took moving pic^
tures in Bering sea last summer for
the New York, campflre club, will pho
tograph volcanoes in the Aleutian isl
ands next year.
Dobbs has been requested to hasten
to Washington to show President Taft
his animal pictures. Dobbs made pic
tures of a herd of 10,000 walrus in
Bering sea." The walrus pictures and
moving pictures of polar bears on the
ice will become the property of the
American Museum of Natural History,
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
WILL GIVE CONCERT
\Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON, Nov. 21.— The students
of the musical department of the high
school will give a free concert tomor
row night in* the auditorium of the
high school building. There will be a
chorus- of 50 voices, an orchestra of 12
pieces and vocal and Instrumental num
bers. Prof. F. A. Ballaseyus, the musi
cal Instructor, will have charge. |
PRIZE APPLES ARE /
SHIPPED TO CHICAGO
SPOKANE, Nov. 21. — The "apple
special" train of 13 carloads of. prize
winning fruit from the National apple
show left Spokane this' morning over
the Northern Pacific for Chicago, where
the fruit is to be placed on exhibition
in the First regiment armory next
Monday. Attached to the train were
two cars carrying about 40. apple grow
ers and citizens Interested in the apple
M. J. AVILA, A SHEEP
EXPERT, IS DEAD
. BAKERSFIELD. • Nov. 21.— M. J.
Avila, an expert sheep raiser, who came
here from - Portugal* several j years ,ago
to take oharge of the-sheep; depart
ment of the Miller &- Lux ranches, one
of the largest sheep ranches; In the
state.' died last evening.. - Avila was
said to be one of the best sheep experts
In this country: ' , -
THE SAN FRANGISGO GALL; NOVEMBER 22, 1910.
TWO TRAINMEN ARE
KILLED IN RUNAWAY
Brakes Fail to Work and Ten
Cars Jump the- Track at
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
CHICO, Nov. 21.— R. E. Crum, con
ductor, and A. D. Strong, a brakeman,
were killed in a. runaway train accident
this morning op. ..the Diamond match
company narrow gauge mountain log
ging road near Ramsey Bar, 40 miles
"from Chico. -
Ten loaded cars, with no locomotive
attached, were going down grade by
the gravity system, when the brakes
suddenly refused to work. The cars
dashed through a mountain cut ; aj'
breakneck speed. Crum jumped for
his life, landed on a sliding bank and
started to climb upward, but at that
moment the cars left the track and a
flying log struck him in the back,
breaking it and so fearfully crushing
the body that he lived but a few mo
ments. Strong met instantaneous death
under the tangled wreckage. - It took
an hour's work to get the body. out. It
was horribly mangled.
Crum was 32 years old and is sur
vived by a wife and three children.
Strong was 35 and had a wife and one
'CHEAP GUY' RIDES,
BUT DOESN'T BUY
He Also Eats, According to Defi
nition of Salesman Given
"He is a cheap guy," expostulated
Harry Barth as he waved his arms ex
citedly from the witness " stand in
Judge Deasy's court and pointed to
Louis .Tryforos. .
"What is a cheap guy?" mildly in
quired, the court. /
"A cheap guy is a fellow that works
you for automobile rides and dinners
and then refuses to buy your real es
tate," explained the witness.
Barth was up as defendant against a
charge of disturbing the peace pre
ferred by Tryforos. Barth is a real
estate salesman, and Tryforos is a
candy dealer at 1424 Fillmore street.
Several days ago the real estate man
told the candyman that he had several
choice lots at Richmond, which he
would part with at bargain prices. Try
foros did not care much about invest
ing, but when Barth suggested that he
would take him over in an automobile
the candyman wavered and consented.
According to Barth. when he. called" for
Tryforos the latter had several of his
women relatives on hand to fill up the
machine. , „ V
After iea'vlng. Richmond Barth sug
gested a "bite of lunch," and Tryforos
Bald he ate nothing but* porterhouse
steaks. Accordingly a big porterhouse
steak dinner was ordered and paid for
by the real estate man. A day or so
later Tryforos said he would like to
see the property again before buying.
Accordingly there was another automo
bile ride with 'a new batch of the can
dyman's relatives and a duck dinner.
Saturday night Barth called with the
contracts* for the sale of the lots' all
made out for Tryforos' signature. When
Barth was told by the candyman that
he* had decided not to take the lots
Barth started to curse. Then Tryforos
had him arrested. Both sides told the
story as above, but each claimed Justi
"It is his business to entertain pros
pective customers, and he has no right
to curse them if they don't buy," con
tended the candyman.
"Yes, but a cheap guy is a cheap guy
anyhow and deserves no better treat
ment," retorted Barth.
Barth was found guilty of the charge,
but sentence was suspended when
Barth produced a $50 expense voucher
for money spent on the entertainment
of Tryforos. .
GRAND JURY DRAWN
IN MONTEREY COUNTY
County Hospital Is Inspected as
[Special Dispatch to The 'Call] •»
SANTA CRUZ, Nov. 21.— The grand
jury was Urawn in the superior court
today and Edward White of Watson
ville. brother of the late Senator
Stephen M. White, is foreman. The
Jury immediately started on an inspec
tion of the "county hospital.
The following compose the Jury:
A. Glanone J. J. Roney
Henry Forrester J. W. Dickinson
C. E. Lilly. L. J. Ordway
W. De Hart P. P. Perry
I* Schnrch. W. A. Stnborn
B. C. Gadsby Edward White
M. Ml.M 1 . Shlppy D. M. Rice
A. M. Baker p. N. Kinney
Walter Lynsky Herman Hesse
H. E. McPherson -
ELEANOR SEARS SOARS
WITH GRAHAME WHITE
Philadelphia Society Girl Also
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 21.— Miss
Eleanor Sears of Boston and Miss Vio
let Ridgway, well known In society
hero and in New York, were passen
gers with Claude Grahame-White in
his- Farman biplane in flights today at
the meet of the Aero club of Pennsyl
vania; . •
Clifford B. Harmon, the amateur
flyer,' also made his first flights here.
Harmon took up Samuel King, the
veteran balloonist, for a short flight
. Grahame- White made a trip to"
League island •in his biplane and de
feated an automobile driven by Harvey
Ringler in la; four mile race, covering
the distance in 7 minutes and 46 sec
onds. • . ;
ON CHARGE OF BURGLARY
Former Indiana Bank Book
I Keeper Wanted in Pasadena
Nov. : 2l.— Charles J. Wag
tier was arrested in this city this after
noon on a" warrant from Pasadena, Cal
charging burglary and grand larceny'
Wagner was, until a few months ago
book keeper in the -Indiana national
; bank, ; Indianapolis. ';„ He • movedr ln good
society, dressed in. the height of fashion
and /posed .as;a capitalist/ ; He ,was.ar
rested ln:a real estate,' office Just after
he ? had : purchased • a 10 acj.e \u25a0 suburban
tract./ - . '':'\u25a0 .- : ' / ' --. \ ' \u0084'. • ' . \u0084 \u25a0
Pasadena police seized Wagner's bag
gage as' he .was .leaving 'town and say
they found stolen watches^and Jewelry.
When: captured' here,:he Admitted his
though "denying 'the "crime.^ .
$30,000 WILLED TO
CITY FOR FOUNTAIN
Mrs. Florence Coleman Also
Leaves Various Sums to
>;: SACRAMENTO, Nov. 21.— 1n her will
filed with, the county clerk,. Mrs. Flor
ence Coleman, who was the wife of a
pioneer of Sacramento long since dead,
leaves the city $30,000 with which' she
desires built a public fountain In a
prominent place accessible to bird and
beast. This, the; wlir states, is to be to
the memory* of her husband, the late
W. P. Coleman. :- ; " .
: Nor did; Mrs. ; Coleman' forget-Sacra
mento'charitable;:'ahd other. public or
ganizations. To .the Tuesday, Club
house association she left $3, ppoh to the.
Protestant orphan asylunr. ; -"$2,000;" to
the Society- for v; the ; Prevention., of
Cruelty to Children; $2,000; to : the So
ciety for the; Prevention/ of Cruelty' to
Animals $2,000. to the Young ' Women's
Christian association v $2,000; "to St.
Paul's and Trinity Episcopal churches
of this city $I.ooo.:each; to/the Episco
pal church of Woodland $1,000; to the
Episcopal (church . of • Mineral Point,
The estate is. valued at $200,000.
Beneficiaries othe.r: than those men
tioned are numerous relatives and
WIFE REFUSES TO MOVE;
HUSBAND GETS DIVORCE
Spouse Stays in San Jose and
C. H. Pitkin Secures Decree
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
OROVILLE, Nov. 21. — Because his
wife "would not forsake the city to live
in the country, Charles H. Pitkin of
Gridley »has secured an interlocutory
decree of divorce. The Pltkins lived at
San Jose for a long time after their
marriage. Pitkin liked country life, so
purchased a ranch near Gridley and
prepared to move. His wife refused to
leave San Jose, so he sued for a divorce.
The decree has been granted.
THREE WOMEN GRANTED
DIVORCES IN STOCKTON
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON, Nov. 21.— Judge C. W.
Norton made three wives happy today
by granting them interlocutory decrees
of divorce. Nave Pidrini declared she
had been deserted by G. Pidrini and, in
addition to the decree, was granted the
custody of her minor child..
May H. Moreman alleged that her
.husband, Ernest M. Moreman, had been
"extremely cruel. Such was . also the
allegation made by Mrs. L. M. Wlgley in
her action against J. R. Wigley.
All three plaintiffs were granted per
mission to resume their maiden names.
PANICS AT NEW YORK FIHE&-New York.
Nov. 21. — Bad fires -*in.' two widely separated
sections of the city today drove hundreds of
persons panic stricken , : into the streets and
• caused property damage approximated at $150,'-.
. 000. \u25a0 One fixe destroyml the Throop' avenue
Presbyterian cinrch-in Brooklyn and badly
damaged adjoining buildings. The loss was
. V 25.000. .... v \u25a0-\u25a0;
The Doctor's Answers On
Health and Beauty Questions
The questions answered below are general In character; the
symptoms or diseases are given and the answers will apply to
any case of similar nature. .
Those wishing further advice, free, may address Dr. Theo-
dore Beck, College Bldgl, College-Elwood Sts., \u0084 Dayton, Ohio,
inclosing self-addressed, stamped envelope for reply. Full name
and address must be given, but only Initials or fictitious name
will be used In my answers. . The prescriptions can be filled at
any well stocked drug store. 'Any druggist, can order of
wholesaler. . ' . \ . :
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Mrs^ G. E.: Scrof-
ula Is a disease of
the blood and re-
qnlres long and per-
The symptoms are
sores, running* sores, eczema, ulcers, bolls,
carbuncles, bald spots, sore mouth, sore eyelids,
mattery discharge, etc. Hare the following pre-
scription filled for both yourself and two/ chil-
dren: Syrup Trlfollum Comp. 4 oss.. Aromatic
Cascara 1 oz.. and Comp. Fluid Balmwort 1 oz.
Mix: Adult dose 1 teaspoonful four times dally.
Children Yt to % teaspo^nful. Be persistent and
rejrulnr in taking until the blood is altered and
' Helen R.: For a. bad case of dandruff, thin or
oily hair and itching scalp. I know of nothing
so prompt and efficient as Plain Yellow Minyol.
packed in 4 oz.'jars in the, form of a paste, which
is applied to the hair and scalp and then rinsed
out with water. It transforms unsightly hair
Into beautiful, fluffy, .waring tresses and in-
creases the growth wonderfully. Dandruff and
itching are quickly eliminated. Try it and you
will be well pleased. >" , "
Thin Girl: The following formula Is said to be
used by a noted beauty specialist for increasing
the flesh of the bust, arms and neck. If properly
lined it should prove very satisfactory and round
out your figure, as desired: Compound Tincture
Cadomene 1 oz. (not cardamom), glycerine 2 oxs.,
rosewater 3 ozs., ,and 1 teaspoonful of i borax..
Mix. ; Shake well and apply to the neck, arms
and bust, rubbing and massaging until completely
absorbed. Then wash the parts treated with hot
water and soap and dry thoroughly. Apply morn-
ing and night for several weeks or months,. as
the case may. require. , ' j . ..,
Internally take 3-ffrain Hypo-Xnclane Tablets
to increase the weight and strength.
TrcraWe: Yon are a Tictlm of chronic \u25a0 llrer
disorder and nervous complications. Drowsiness,
lanjnior, unßteady Rait. , nervotisness. • headache,
vertljto sick headache, constipation, dizziness,
despondent spells, dark circles under the eyes,
etc., are a few of your symptoms. Have, this
filled for the liver treatment: '
Fluid Extract Mandrake 3 drams. Aromatic Cas-
cara 1 os.. Compound EBRenceE 8Rence Cardiol 1 oz.. Aro-
matic Syrup Rhubarb 4 -ozs. • Mir and: take %
to a teaspoonfnl after each meal and at bedtime.
Continue several months if necessary. Also take
this nerve and system tonic: Conflp. Syr up Ilypo-
phosphltes 5 ozs.. Tincture Cadomene -Compound
1 oz. \u25a0 Mix, take a teaspoonf ul. four times dally.
. Man: Use same treatment as Trouble..
Georgia: Use same treatment as Trouble.
Asthmatic: :A'chronlc cold, cough or chronic
asthma," hay fever or Incipient Consumption, any
one of :whlch your icasei may '; bp. will ; quickly
be overcome by the persistent and regular use of
the'followinß: Oil of Eucalyptus 1 drart, Tere-
bene. 1; dram, -.Essence Mentbo-Laxene .2^ ozs..
Glycerine 6 \u25a0 ozs. ;-f Mix. | Always ; shake I bottle and
take ' a ':. teaspoonful ~ every hour or : two ;. hours
through the day. Also; take nerve "and system
tonic -' recommended ! for Trouble. . This is very
prompt •and effective. . ;-V-:V: t : '
v Subscriber:' I think yon are too, impatient.
One :packaKe, r of ; 3 grain ; Hypo-Nuclane V Tablets
could not be expected to any more than startthe
processes j in : the I ceils and \u25a0: tissues " necessary ; to
increase ; your -.weight. X: It is a scientific I process
which - requires time in . the building up of ; new
cell tissu,eB,rwhite;and red .blood corpuscles, f
Continue • taking the , 3 grain ' Hypo-Nuclane
Tablets ,for»3 or ' 4 month*.. Your > health .and
strength arecertain to Improve and added weight
will come, - as certain as night ' follows day. -
V Mrs.* D.'l B.: F. : 7- Your' chronic sores 'and itching
are not '.th« . same . as \u25a0 eczema.- v Yon say \u25a0\u25a0 "nothing
IcangetwlH heaUthem." ; Get the. Ingredients
and • mix this . ointments. yourself: \u25a0\u25a0 Benzolnated
lJird-4 o*s.. Laaolln 2 ozs., and antiseptic Vilane
Powder 2 ozs.e -Mix thoroughly. *u Wash sores with
Castile^ soap '\ and': apply -twice daily. ,- -If £ neces-
sary bandage to keep out dirt, etc. -\u0084.•:,.\u25a0 v i
i---B* G.: : ' Your \u25a0• condition: Is ; not hope.
Timidity. 1 Insomnia;; nervousness and: lnability, to
nc,t -.rationally^ and' naturally j as. a : healthy ,; i vlgor ;
oos . person ' would,' can \ soon : be \ overcome,": and ; a
MAN IS FATALLY
WOUNDED IN CAFE
John i Doty Is Shot by Oscar
Lynch, Marine Engineer,
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO. Nov. 21.— John Doty,
son of the late Gillls Doty, was shot
and probably" fatally wounded by Oscar
Lynch, a marine engineer; in the Vienna
cafe last night. The principals and
proprietors made an effort to "keep \ the
shooting quiet, -and it was not- until
this afternoon; that the police, learned
of it. Doty was removed; to a hospital.
He declares the shooting was unpro
voked and that he ~ was leaving the
place at the time. '• Lynch, has disap
peared. . The proprietors have been
called upon to explain their conduct.
S. P. EMBLOYE MEETS
DEATH IN TUNNEL
Charles Crook Killed by Train
* While Out Walking
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
TRUCKEE, Nov. 21.— Charles Crook,
assistant staff maintainer of the South
ern Pacific, was killed yesterday while
walking through a tunnel a mile west
of Summit. Crook was not working,
but had gone out for a "walk and was
passing through the tunnel when
struck by a freight engine. The en
gineer of the train which struck him
evidently knew nothing of t the acci
dent, for Crook's body was found by a
track walker some time after the ac
Islam Temple Will Be Host at
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO. Nov. 21.—Sacramen
to will be the mecca of about 1,000 Mys
tic Shriners December 3, when the Is
lam temple of this city will be the host.
Shrinera from San Francisco, Oakland
and other bay cities and throughout the
valley have signified their intention of
coming here to celebrate and the local
temple is preparing an elaborate pro
gram. A class of 60 candidates will be
initiated into the mysteries of the or
der on that night. '
FRUIT SHIPMENTS TO
EAST END THIS WEEK
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, Nov. 21. — Th<§ last
fruit shipment of the season will be
made this week, according to the an
nouncement of the, fruit distributors.
Each week the shipment has *~ been
dwindling in size until there are hardly
more than 30 carloads remaining to go
east. The total shipment to date is
13,893 carloads, against 15,006 for last
By DR. THEODORE BECK
bounding new health can be felt surging in rich,
red blood through the entire system if the fol-
lowing treatments faithfully adhered to. - Use
the fo'.owing powerful, though harmless, nerve
tonk .n teaspoonful doses 3 to 4 times a day:
Comp. Fluid . Balmwort 1 oz.. Compound Essence
Cardiol 1 oz.. Tincture Cadomene Comp. 1 oz.
j (not Cardamom), and Comp. Syrup Sarsaparllla
I 3 ozs. Mix. all together. Shake well. Then to
i enrich the blood and increase your welghf.% which
is far below normal, get a quantity of 3 grain
Hypo-Xuclane*: Tablets. Take one tablet after
meals and you will soon be rejuvenated Into per-
fect health. — \u25a0?
Mrs. E. : 'Now that you have spent a- large
sum for dental work you should take better care
of your teeth. Advertised tooth powders and
pastes usually contain oil' of peppermint, which
has been found to be harmful.:. Such preparations
are expensive,- too. The following formula will
make sufficient to last a family six months to
a year and will prevent decay, cleanse, purify
and remove accumulations of "tartar" and >dls-
colorations of tobacco, berries, etc. Get 5 ozs.
precipitated chalk. 3 ozs. . powdered sugar, 1 oa.
powdered soap, and 2 ozs. antiseptic Vilane Pow-
der. Mix thoroughly and keep dry. Apply with
toothbrush one or more times dally.
F. R. 1 .: -You have neglected your symptoms
of kidney and bladder trouble. They should have
had attention longapo, as such symptoms indi-
cate the approach of Bright's disease. Frequent
burning and uncontrollable urination can be cor-
rected by the following prescription: Fluid Ext.
Buchu 1 oz., Comp. ; Fluid Balmwort' l os.. and
Comp. - Syrup ' Sarsaparilla 4 oxs. Mix and take
a -teaspoonfnl before or after meals and one when
retiring. <J> At- first your, symptoms may Increase;
but gradually they will disappear altogether.
'2. The . cloudy, stringy discharge is \u25a0 due to
leucorrhea. Get 2 oza. Antiseptic Yilane Powder
and 1 oz. Tannlc Acid. : Use a teaspoonful of the
former and a half teaspoonful of the latter to a
quart of very warm water. .Use as an injection
twice dally and the discharge and weakness will
gradually be \u25a0 overcome. •»
'Reduce: I . am '_, frequently asked for a pre-
scription, to reduce fatness, which it ia well to
do in such a case <as yours. Now is the best
time to begin reducing. The following will pre-
vent the formation of. fat and cause an in-
creased combustion flf.it- by a peculiar action on
the cells and tissues , of the body: Glycol-Arbo-
lene 1 oz.. Fluid Ext. Bladderwrack ty oa.. Aro-
matic Elixir 414 ozs. Mix, shake well and. take
a ' teaspoonful after meals for three days and
then increase to two teaspoonf uls. , Continue sev-
eral weeks or months as. the case. may require.
From five .to seven pounds .. a week should be
R. S.: If you will follow <tny course of treat-
ment rigidly you can'clear the face of pimples,
blackheads and blotches, •. and . at . the , same time
purify the blood and tone up the system so that
you will ' not :. again •be • afflicted. \u25a0• A.. bad and
troublesome case like ! yours requires a thorough
treatment. : Obtain a 4 ob. Jar of; Plain Yellow
Mlnyol ; and massage the face as per directions
accompanying.. Then apply. this ointment: Ro*e-
'Kayloin 2l&. drams. Lanolin 2 ozs. Do this twice
dally.' Also take*lnternally Syrup Hypopbosphltes
Compound f6 j ozs.,' - Compound Essence Cardlol X
oz.. .Tincture \u25a0• Cadomene ; Compound 1- at.- Mix
and J take : a teaspoonful '.at ' meal .'time and at
bedtime.' If constipated take 3 grain Sulpherb
Tablets.- : • , =.
M. 0. It. : You are suffering with Jchronlc in-
digestion and.d yspepsia if your symptoms are
pains under the shoulders,: heart palpitation,
shortness -of breath after = eating, belching, gas
and heavy feeling in stomach. For quick relief,
obtain a package of Tablets Triopeptlne and take
pink - after \ breakfast, i whitt , after, dinner and
blue after supper. As a tonic, restorative, take a
teaspoonful before meals of the following: Com-
pound Syrup Hypophosphites 5? ozs.;- 1 Tincture
Cadomene Compound 1 os. * Mix.' Continue 6, t0
B'weeks. — ";-\u25a0:\u25a0 >';^ : \--vV; . -'' •\u25a0>. \u25a0 ,- -'
' Julia E.:< Your.' questions and symptoms have
been answered, and explained several rimes here-
tofore Un' these ; but as they may have
escaped . your : attention \u25a0- 1 . will repeat my advice,
as I hare for. many others. To. remove freckles
and l tan have the ; following carefully; mixed | and
a pply ; twice daily as -. a face wash : Potassium
Carbonate : 3 - drams, , Sodium 7 Chloride . 2 • drams.
Rose-Kay loin ' 2\b '% drams, : Orange "\u25a0 Flower 'Water
2 ' ozs.'. : Rosewater. ; 8 ' ozs. .-.; Mix ; and * apply. \u25a0" This
Is. the : most" effective % treatment for you that
cam be \u25a0 imagined. ; :'\u25a0 , -.; --
1 The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signa-
1 ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his
i personal supervision for over SO years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
** J nst-as-good " are but Experiments, and endanger tho
health of Children— Experience against Experiment. »
What is CASTORJA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare->
goric, Drops and Soothing" Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotfo
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation.
' and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and. Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep*
: / The Children's Panacea— The Mother's Friend.
\ m Kind You Me Always Bought
i yj Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CINT4UR COMPANY. TT MURMT •TRtCT. NCW YOftK CITY.
! I My Dear Doctor:
P %!r *' * want to write to you for the purpose of thank-
Si W%^ **" JWJ W in^ y° u for the hert) medicine which you 30 kindly
n ' . >>• '*> sent to me a few months since. I have suffered
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t! ili** ~ everything: that has been offered, without success.
|| fgsSsisw... j Your herbs, however, seem to relieve the causo of
H \ i the trouble, and have given me more relief than
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S3 Dr L«« TaJMßonff such annoyance. Just send them to m#. and I will .
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BMBtareHMBWIBBIBBBSy Yours truly.
» mi vmammw CARROLL. COOK.
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Hours: 10 to 12 A. M., 1 to BP. M.; Sunday. 10 A. M. to 5 P. 1L
I^^S |SC6 Newest and Most Popular Comnwrcial HotaL
. - *• *^ 17-10 Powell Street at Market
M 4%, A 1 \u25a0 \u25a0 Six stories of solid comfort; 10 first class e*t-
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„ \u0084 , '. „. . .. _ $4 per day. 223 rooms; not * d*rk room ia tha
Entirely rebuilt alnce the flre house
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The Epitome Of Hotel Excellence Former owners Royal and Hamilton Hotels.
Under same old management
m^^^^^ BELLEVUE HOTEL
— — ~ — — — Geary and Taylor Streets
_ _ ma* m~> \u25a0 BnAAßlflllV European plan, from $2 a day; American plaa.
IHlTrl RnIS(l SI M I I ' ron > *»• day- **«** room wlti batt. PosltlVely
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II I UN ll II 11 Mill trom Columbia Theater. Well Us* ted sampl*
lIUILL nSiuuiinUi ~ *»^HFg^sg^am.
Society of California Pioneers' Building _
Fourth Street Near Market U ? J 1
California. Most Popular Hotel g— fl /\f A| /l/i Atfl**A^
4W Rooms. 2CO Batas. 9111 tj 9 /VlllllillG
European plan— sl.oo per day and up. Dining JL A\J ft- VI 1 1 JLV/111 \J V
room seating 500. Table d'Hote or a la Carte
service, as destred. TEAXCIS SMITH, Manager.
SPECIAL LUXCHEOX EVERY DAT The Hotel of Refinement for Families aad
from 11:30 a. m. .t0. 2 p. va. — SO cents TonrUts.
EDWARD ROLKIN. OEO. A. DIXON, Sacramento St. Xear Vaa Ness Are.
Manager. Aast. Jklanager. AMERICAN PLAJg
HOTEL STEWART HOTEL STANFORD
Geary Street Above Union Square He * d<lMrte ™ G / ll o^S^ a S t §^ lB . of <** "«*•
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P' EN N SYLVAN lA, :
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NOVEMBER 27, 1910
New York Trains
RUN THROUGH TO
< In^ewltorkGityS Busiest Spot
Seventh A ye. at Th irty-second St.— One Block from Broadway i
ON AND AFTER NOV. 27,: NEW YORK TBAINS RUN AS FOLLOW -
, LEA VB ST. LOUIS DAILY -^- . LEAVE CHICAGO DAILY
**The Keystone Express'*— B.44 aa . "The New York Special**.... 8.15 am
•'The Atlantic Fioress" 12.40 urn *T he Seaboard Express**... 10.05*0
Ihe Atlantic Express ..». 12.40 pa -The Manhattan Limited" 'KUOja
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For parUcoUra consult AgfcDtJ, or address ,
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