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DECLINES TO ACT
Holding Up of Nomination
by Senate Causes Vacancy
on Federal Bench of
Movement of Seals Large—
Odd Action by Lower
1 >istr}ct .1 ■ ■ .
IMstrJ E Jan ford 'esign»*d
while iiapeachi ■ pend
'iipr, announced yesterdaj thai be would
!iii until Mareti 4. I'ntil
1 .it: H iward will confine
ittei ■ lrea«ly
< "mnu r.r i. Judge liow.-ini's confir
hiatlon was bold up by the filing of
charges against him bj Senator Pom.
. :in<l it is expected that the sen
rill not vote upon his name,
Ilis retirement create* a crcat con
■•> of business in western WaeJi
s'ifty federal prisoners *r*
now awaiting trial, and a crowded civil
I confronts Judge CuehnsaiL the
Judge oj ■ rict,
_ i'.nii Jury investigating
the telephone mergers has excused nu-
Ua witnesses and la making
progress In examining the »e
--ng witnesses thai M is expected
i he. session wll - I e< k. l'p"ii
■. , • egan *he
■i \i> rnwiCl.lM. lORTHWARO
Kiting their way op
tern A tasks to
g to i tair of
:• ■ >#*>;! t rss.
alibut ]<<i\>. er schoon« r All- i
Albatross was operating off
r.<ip:!iH aii't Bank islands a dozen
■.oniont is ear
lier than i is the tir>
son in many years that so large a \\ci\\
- ■ nee.
'iovernor Disregards House
MPIA. Wash.. !■%-!.. 26 —The house
bj a vol ■ ■
nal all record of the ac
urd bill and the Cheney normal
' appropriation, which wei
voted overwhelmingly to
on the i
gi ivernoT w as i Iβ
highway i'Ui veta Th
that if tbe
■ ■! i- .■.;>.< <iid nut vot*
governor on tin
bill they would lose their
ney. So >he vetoed bll
mi the rules committee. t<«
house when h majority
nor Lister i.s obtained.
i Lieter, after learning of
pd .-! statemei •
ovid disregard tlie ;n-t
did not '-msider it
II is saifl that th<> house vote
ence to the
• iterday's proceedings, is
■ in the hiatery of
kinj; Tacoma Murder
TACOMA, Wβ With the
<i from tli'- trunk,
trunk shockingly muti
body of Mario Lesner, a
I eeper. was found in her
If '["> rell, a roomer. Tyreil
Lh< alarm and then disappeared.
ted th<- crime was com
i by a man as yet unidentified I
living with the woman I
for i ; months posing as !
b i>l Letters found in the
came from Warsaw.
md that she has a brother,
■ «■■• in the Russian
■ • known In .Warsaw asj
Mabel I 'in fa said
■ \ aluable • ' Poland a |
_ i. Bhe appeared anxious
m, ;i'ni wont to Seattle to have
The Btrociou of tire w
lull Icted > ;i use I he officers I
ed the slaj
Intane /Man Saluted
TA«*OMA, Feb. 'J*. —«"apta ; n Charles
tfowland of the Twenty-first
try, Vancouver barracks, wont to
county jail yesterday to <
ank I'ri.soni, iield on a charge
tif urn mittftd .it Vancouver bar
and iiov.- under examination tor
nit y. •
Big FVisoni thr eaptaii
mi [no f your su
officer; salute Immediately."
I ipta in put
-■,h) drill of march
- 11 a military
Poison in Foodstuff
PORTLAND, emlcal an- |
;:!>sis of tlic powder distributed over
: " l tiOIBe of Mrs. 1 fella
Earl, wh!< I the sertoos Illness
- er ;i n<l ;s neig-hbor's cliild '
Monday, developed that it whs a power- j
fill poison, according to medical de
the 1 "nivc-rsity of Ol
.i. \'. " former roomer at the
th whom Mrs. Karl said
SALOON QUESTION THE
PROBLEM IN MODESTO
M< )i eh. 26.—April B Modesto
■will decide the question of
A ftetlilon «'h.s Bled today asking
m ordinance be Bubmttted under
tbe initiative. The ordinance Iβ regu
latory and very drastic l< provides
laving over ■"i ,l rooms will
d in secure liccnees. The
ttxed al $I,' ''•' t ,, r bnnuni; h l!
fronts and but
No boxes, alcoves or
Other tliHii the main barroom
be allowed. Playing cards or
be- prohibited and
«ed at midnight and
ordlnanee be adopted, it
t.iit Bye saloons, Qsurias on
ompared t" Iβ
in former days. Modesto'* saloons were
.J Joly Iβ, l>l2.
There are kwo complete tickets in
;<i for the city offices, the joeial
,j ving cn■ : dtdates m op
po&ition to tbe business men's tickets.
( nnilenioafiun Suit* —Papers in the
suits for the condemnation of lands
;ilonsr the Ba ramento river were .ser\e(]
on K. D. Uoiiius, I lozier & Preesie)
company and others yesterday h.\ I»<|
iiited Marshal i'uul Arner
Comedy for Stanford 'U'
'On the Quiet' Offering
Mia Dorothy Cooper of San Francisco, as "Agnes Colt" (standing)
and Miss Evelyn Trent as "Ethel, the Duchess of Carbondale," in Augustus
Thomas' comedy "On the Quiet, , ' to be presented by the students at Stanford
university tomorrow night.
Sophomores Promise to Present Dramatic Treat
In Farce by Augustus Thomas Friday Night
(Special Diopatch to The Cain
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Feb. 26.—
Augustus Thomas' comedy, "On the
Quiet.' , will be staged in the assembly
hall under tbe auspices of the sopho
more class of university Friday
nigrlit, August 28.
The second year actors are being
trained by Coach Garnet Holme. ' who
predicts a successful performance fully
up to the usual liigh standard of local
NY w scenery Is h< 'ing painted by San
Francisco artists. One of the features
will be a yacht scene In the final act.
The leading' feminine role will be
assumed by Miss Dorothy Cooper of
San Francisco as Agnes Colt. This is
her first appearance on the local
hoards. Miss Kvelyn Trent of Santa
Monica will interpret the part of Ethel,
"THE SUNDAY CALL"
/ paid five cents for a Sunday Call
It took me a jveefy to read it all;
I piled the sections upon the floor.
Till they reached the top of the kitchen door;
J hung the chromos upon the wall,
.md there wasn't room to hang them all;
The yard ii covered about ten feet deep.
With the comic sections of that Sunday sheet;
There were sections of pink and sheets of green,
A woman's section and a magazine;
And sheets of music the same if played,
Jt ould mak.e an audience quickly fade;
There were also patterns for women's gowns.
And lots of gentlemen' s hand me downs;
Patterns of all kmds and rubber dolls;
Ads for shot guns and parasols.
Why man, you need a wagon to haul,
A nickel's worth of that Sunday Call.
1 have taken The Call for about twenty years, but the issue
of Sunday, February 23d, to my mind, was the greatest of all.
J. K. JEFFREYS, 2426 Folsom Street.
The forcßoiiiK rfferit to the Sni«krnlnck Edition of The fnll Insneri ln«t
Sunriii.i. Ilicry copy Iμ h boost for California. <iot a copy anil send it
Dhm. It iiilti-s 7 rents pofttnge to carry it.
i r-J im n «——^^^
U VVTE recommend the Royal
W Baking Powder as superior
to a ll others. It is indispensable
for finest f00d. ,,
|yl|p2lp|S —United Cooks and Pastry Cooks
Association of the United States.
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THE .SAN FRANCISCO CALL. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1913.
duchess of Carbondale. Both have
rare histrionic ability and will make a
decided impression in the coming per
Af. W. Allen has been assigned the
male lead of Robert Ridgeway.
Following is the cast:
Hni-Hoe Colt 1 , . L. Hiseins
Kgatu Coll Mim Pop.thy Cooper
Phoebe Khlrpwht Miss Blicabetfa Taff
Judge Ridjceway C. Ilornfrnan
Doctor Woh-ott >'*■ B. Hajcgart
KUwl dncJwe of (&rtoondale..ftnM Bvelyo xrent
Dake of Carbondale W. B. Ferbe*
IlolMMt Kidffpwar ML W. All.>n
LiicilP Miss Ruth .Stirlton
Lottie, ;i--tre« Mixs Klsic Kacel
I'fjir!, Hftrpso Mix-; Ktpltii Baylor
Hyde Octet) W. W. Thobnm
M«K3«ftc&7 W. J Psel
f'HfitHin (Jibson J. 8. Jcffors
Stovrnson l>. S. Ro*s
Iliv. a reporter C. R. W"l<-ott
Batraaia J. A. *;ibi>
JOSEPH W. FOLK
IS SELECTED FOR
Missourian Is Reported to
Have Accepted Portfolio
of Secretary of the
NAME OF PHELAN
AGAIN TO FRONT
Personnel of Advisory Body
Rapidly Becoming Public
in National Capital
(SprH.-i! l>ispßl(-!i to the Cull)
WASHINGTON, PBb, ~ fi - —President
elect Wilson lias selected liis secre
tary of the interior, it became known
today. .Inseph \\\ Folk of Missouri
is believed to have been offered and
to bftve accejtted. .Senators say that
the new cabinet officer is a democrat
<>f national prominence, identified
with the most advanced conservation
ideas and will be satisfactory to demo
erata and conservationists alike.
Several democratic senators said
today that former CJovcrnor Folk
would be the man. Other possibilities
suggested were .Tames N. Tea! of
Oregon, treasurer of the National Con
servation association: former Mayor
James T>. Phelan of San Francisco
ami George Wharton Hooper of Phila->
The personnel of the new cabinet Is
rapidly becoming public in Washington
through offers and acceptances, news
of which has been communicated to the
party leaders in congress. The fol
lowing selections arc believed to be
Secretary of state, w. .1. Bryan.
Secretary of the treasury, William
Attorney preneral, Chancellor Edward
!K. Walker of New Jersey or Louis D.
BrandeJs of Maeeachueetts.
Secretary of war, a Pennsylvania
Secretary of the navy, Josephus
Postmaster general, Congressman iA.
S. Burleson of Texas.
Secretary of the interior, Joseph W.
Folk of Missouri.
Secretary <.f agriculture, Henry J.
Walters of the Kansas Agriculture col
lege "i- Professor Charles Dabney of
the University of Cincinnati.
Secretary of commerce and labor,
1.011 is l>. Hrandeis or Senator Obadiah
Gardner of Maine.
Secretary of labor (to be authorized),
John Mitchell of Illinois, Brand Whit
lock of Ohio, Congressman Henry
George Jr. 61 New York, or Louis i\
Poet of Chicago. *
Wilson Gets Official Pin
TRKXTON, N. .!.. Feb. ~ti. —As president
of the [Jtttted States Woodrow Wilson
will still continue to wear an "official
scarf pin." Former Mayor Beehtcl of
Trenton presented the governor today
with a. miniature of the United States
seal to take the pla.ee of a similar pin
bearing the seal of the state of New
Jersey that he has worn since occupy
ing the executive chair beret
Previous to hie election as governor,
and while he was president of Prince
ton university he wore a p'n bearing
the seal of the university—the coat of
arms of th<- duke of Nassau.
When asked what he planned to do
I with the state pin. Governor Wilson
"I shall keep it." he said, "and in my
01.l asp when I am past the ag:e of dis
cretion, I may run for governor of New
Governor Wileon spent the day clean
ing up state business preparatory to
turning over the governor's office to
hie successor Saturday. Tomorrow
Vice President elect Marshall will be
his BQest at the state house.
Judge Thomas P. Riley, chairman of
the Massachusetts democratic state
committee, visited Governor Wilson to
"lie came to Object strenuously
against a possibility for my cabinet,"
explained the governor!
When it was suggested that Lewis
D. Rrandeis was the object of the pro
test, tho governor smiled.
"I don't think I had better mention
names." he said.
From other sources it was learned
that Governor Foes Ot Massachusetts
Mayor Fitzgerald of Boston and others
havf registered their opposition to Mr.
HOLDUPS AND BURGLARIES
IJjir.t'.dt. .1 Thief Driven Aw«y Follow.
iui; For<"iug of Window
(/OAKLAND, 7 r cb. L'6.—Frank Sylves
rer, 706 Clay street, was held up and
robbed of cash and jewelry valued at
?io by two masked men early this
morning at Sixth and Clay streets.
c<. H. Delarduell, 4:;4 Division street,
was awakened at 6 o'clock this morn
ing by a huißlar who had forced a
window. The thief was barefooted,
and <mi seeing Delarduell pretended he
was delirious. Delarduell ran to his
bedroom Epr a revolver and when he
returned the burglar had fled.
L. N. CobbledJek. civil service com
missioner, asked the police today to
iind a bicycle he left in front o£ the
Tooj Thief Arrested—John Frost, an
alleged t'>ol thief, was arrested yester
day by Policeman M. Cullinan ana
charged with burglary.
GET YOUR LADY BUGS YET?
(Special Dispatch to TUe Call)
SACRAMENTO, Feb. 26.—Superin
tendent 11. J. Smith of the state in
sectary is busy collecting lady bugs
for dietribution to orchardists. Mr.
Smith has collected 36,000,000 bugs this
I f\OOS BROS. ■
1 announce a superb display H
B of women's apparel and milli- M
jl J nery. It begins today, February
H twenty-seventh, and will be a
I Fashion Show I
Jp /n o;/?/c/i //?e newest styles will JBL
lllij find their Jullest expression. Both l
jig /Ac store an J //ze sAou; windows
I a;/// 5e fittingly decorated for U.
/A*s important event. And on
Saturday evening our most ele
i gan/ creations will be exhibited H|
1 upon //(;/ng models. Music. No
;I formal invitations will be issued. E
I 77ie Public Is M
1 Cordially Invited H
Market and Stockton, San Francisco
Your Thumb for a Match
When you want a bright instant light just press your
thumb against an electric light button. When you desire
darkness do the same thing. Pressing a button that's
beside you means light ahead of you —coming up a dark
stairway, for instance.
Electric light is clean, quick, convenient.
Once have it in the house you'll wonder how you ever
got along without it. ',
It saves you much work, is always ready day or night,
and it does make things cheery. And just at the touch
of a button.
"Pacific Service' , Is "Perfect Service"
PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
445 Sutter Street San Francisco
I LEMON RATE CHOP UPHELD
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26.—The inter
state commerce commission's order re
ducing , rates on lemons from California
to eastern cities from $1.15 to $1 a
hundred pounds was sustained today
by the commerce court and the appeal
of the railroads was dismissed.
CONTRACTORS PLAN TALKS
Tho installation banquet of the cren
eral contractors of this city will !><•
held Saturday in the new home of the
organization in the Sharon building.
Amonff the speakers will be:
Mayor Rolph, C. C. Moore, William
H. «'rocker, TV". T. Sesnon, <'. A. Day,
George, P. McDooffall and A. 11. Bcrpf