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SAKS "NOT YET"
Sick Man Tells of Vision
Which Tells Him His
Work on Earth Is
Cardinal Kopp Comes From
Breslau to Be Present
■ Abilities are eagwrty dtfseussrd. It
neral impression tKmt never has
■ been a papal cleetloruso open.
has rallied in a wonderful
man:!.!- from the serious attack f rom j
which he suffered yesterday. He ap
per on the point of death last
night, but the physicians' report to
night Indicates that the danger point,
for the present, at. least, has been
Doctor .Amici paid a visit; to the slrk
rnom shortly before midaight. AJ
tTioiipr'i the pope's temperature has In
creased slightly, lie found the general
condition satisfactory. He adminis
tered a heart stimulant and shortly
the pope went to sleep.
Throughout the day tlte temperature
I normal, the pulse remained at
about 85 and the respiration 26. This
Jnd: considerable amelioration
In the bronchial symptom*, which was
further shown by easier , breathing and
Xreedom for long period** from cough.
In addition, the pope was able to take
s<>me nourishment and he showed much
Interest in what was happening about
l\im. When Professor Marchiafava al
lowed the pontiff's nephew to enter the
room there was an asTeeting scene. The
frail and aged pontiff and the young
-md robust priest embraced tenderly,
the latter being unable to restrain his
emotion at finding the pope so changed
Professor Marchiafava repeated to
night bis assurances that if prudence
•were exercised the pope would recover.
He declared that his examination of the
chest showed that the inflammation,
■which yesterday "was marked on the
left side, has been checked and was
diminishing , , while the bronchial sounds
were less noticeable.
After his afternoon sleep it was ob
served tha-t the pontiff looked vefy
bright and happy. Although he was
advised not to talk, he insisted on ex
plaining how he had just awakened
from a most wonderful dream,
m:i> ««istf:r in imi:ui
He seemed, lie ?aid. to have returned
lo his beloved Venice. Apparently he
•was in his pa-triarchal gondola on the
Hrand Canal. Everything was Wazing
"with sunlight when, suddenly above St.
Mark's, the sky opened, and he saw a
vision of his dead ctster, Rosa, who,
descending toward him, took his hand,
"The moment has not yet come for
you to join me. Yotjr work is not yt
The sisters of the pope and liis niece
are happy in having nephew
with them, as he is most hopeful for
the recovery of tlxe , pontiff to keep up
linal Kopp, at hbishop of Br
is expected to arrive soon. lie has the
highest veneration , for the pope, and
'ng deeply affected by the reports of
the pontiff's serious condition desires,
en if he can not see him, to be near
CENATE PASSES 33
■3 BILLS; 250 WAIT
SUIMENTO, April 14.—Thirty
three bills were passed by the senate
today in the b MioQ the upper
house bae held elnce the legrislature
i onvened , . Mure than 960 measures are
on file, awaitiuff final action, however
-Among- the bills approved on final pas-
Bapre were the following:
By Assemblyman McDooaM, gMag H*
(if iaiior power to mwnnnni wit
; •■• j'lTKliice papors and
(■ power to make arrests.
By Benator Lyoo, amending the act rcfrulrtting
pHiployirent a Inchidlap theatrical em
prohibiting the splitting of
ili employing concern*, ml prohibiting
■ iigfiicies froi.i bavins tbeir nftic^s
1 whore liquor is told.
By Assemßlyman Oulll. proliibitlnjf conutiorrial
withiu Bllea of Santa ffitalinu
|enator Fidh. probroltlag the taUag of
trout by oaing ealmoo ot 11<mit em as bait.
i'.y Senator Wriclit. Parrying into effect the
•!♦< <»f nu amendmeet to tlie constitution
ug fronj taxatioa property boiouKing to
• lean \v:ir«.
I'.y Senator Lyou. providing that all locomo
\>p equipped with elec
Ity Senator Finn. |irf>vSdinj; for the appoint-
I of harbor eommleijlon
rr«. under the direction nf the depart m<nit pf
ring, of a chief engineer of the barbor
<f Sjiti Fraoclaeo, nt a salary of X■'<"<> prr
nator CHininetti, p&MittiQg
to <.rjtnniz«' |"-.ct pr:i<luatf> cnursi
htructioa in the elementary Bcooota.
fly Senator F'lim. an net t" rt'imtmr-" «ir>
- of the University of California for $.">O.
(MX) p\piiiii"il h> ririn in replacing jiropertr ilr
tfroy*fl aii'l in bsHding *net» buildings'.
IRAMENTO, April 14.—Senator
Jlcwitt's bill confirming the suite
brought by the attorney general
.i. certain corporations, claiming
control of porta of the Los Angeles
harbor water front, was passed unatti
monsly by tiie lower house today and
Senator Boyaton'i Mil. proposing to
rreate reclamation <l)- : H No. !»:>!•.
a as the Netherland reclamation
i , i Bed.
T OOKS REAL BLUE
Lj FOR BLUE SUNDAYS
Sacramento, April 14.
uiil be no blue Sundays iji
If tin , temper of the i
food for a day or tw>>. The
'ill that provides for an
■f rest fur everybody one,
■i yen, whether the person de
•., work <>r otherwise, has beei*
■ i by the senafr finance committee,
and the public morals committee In the
bly has loat it in a waste paper
■ i that h. ■ '"m.
Mr. Tufts of Berkeley, who has
been championing the bill, hap pre-
BUbstitute,' but this will not
lirman Strobridge of the senate
committee and Assemblyman
lict, \ii>o were supposed t<» be ini
!iiward the bill, do
liii'ii nor deny, but their actions
S«*r> c Tlpo
Lablje wine '"white
oduced by the Italian-Swiss
H»louy. For sale « very where. —Advt.
CONTROL BOARD TO
HOLD JORDAN TO
Report Will Criticise Se
verely Action of Secretary
of State for Permitting
Retention of Fees
OVER TO COMMITTEE
Senator Grant Appointed to
Serve With Hewitt
Sacramento, April 14.
Eh jtatorial desire to get under the
ropes in tho Jordan investigation came
to the surface today, when it was put
up to the speaker to name a third mem
ber of the senate's end of the joint com-'
mittee on Inquiry.
itor Shanahan, who is a democrat,
refuted to serve on advice of democrats,
who caucused yesterday and brought
up the representation on the Jordan in
quiry as one of the matters to be taken
under serious consideration.
President Wallace on behalf of the
senate "finally named Senator Grant tOj
serve with Senators Hewitt and Keho**
and it is now a problem as to what new
testimony will be put before the joint
The board of control, through John
P. Neylan, its chairman, today turned
over all of the evidence adduced dur
ing- the recent hearing before that body.
The Official report of the board of con
trol will not be given out before the
investigation committee has a chance lo
go over it carefully.
#OM»AH TO UK HKI.I) A((OI\TABLK
It is understood that the board Will
hold Jordan accountable for misuse
use of his office in the matter of giving
out public records and obtaining foes
without turning the money into the
state. The report will criticise se
verely the action of the secretary ef
state for permitting his employes to
use their .office for the purpose of mak
ing "side money. - '
Senator Hewitt Will act U chairman
of the legislative committee. When the
committee of both houses meets on
Wednesday and organizes it will re
affirm this selection, although by rule
Senator Hewitt could hold it without!
waiving the right, as be iuis do«e In ;
;-Vr-retary Jordan loft for San Fran
cisco this morning and will return to
a tor Hewitt today said:
WILL WRIGH J-:Vll>K\< R
"I am not going to try this ■ ace till
it comes before the committee. L have
heard that Mr. Jordan thinks the com
mittee might be prejudiced against him.
I am sure this is not true. We will
weigh the evidence carefully and try to
give both sides an absolutely fair brav
The technical charge against S
tary Jordan will be "misdirecting fleea
that should have been turned Into the
i state treasury for ■••■ in copying
'• state l-fiiinly."
Through his attorney, Willis Jordan,
his brother, Secretary Jordan will con
tend that no fees have been misdirected,
as there were nu copies of state records
The legislative committee, it was
learned tonight, will make Mrs. Antta
Brewer, (witness-for Secretary Jordan,
answer questions that she evaded be
fore the board of control. ■•
Mrs. Brewer many times said In her
testimony, "That is my personal busi
ness." The committee says that it has
I the power to make the witness tell all
1 about this "personal business." or face
I a serious charge as to evasion by wit-
I nesses before a legislative body.
SAN FRANCISCAN ENDS
LIFE AT HOTEL IN SOUTH
(SiWtal Dispatch to Tlio Oat!)
LOS ANGEUSS, April 3 I.— J. S , .
Kiever, a traveling saif.sman of San
Francisco, ended his life at the Hotel
Baltimore early twiav hf taking
cyanide of potassium. He was a suffer
er from tubfit.-ulosis.
''My father ended his life the same
way, so why not T?" read a note Kiever
left. He had made careful preparation
to commit suicide.
Kiever represented a San Francisco
bicycle supply concern. Several letters
were written, all addressed to friends.
On hifl table was found a letter ad
dressed to M. H. Levy of 436 O'Farrell
street, San Francisco, and notes ad
dressed to George Bell and Harry Phil
lips, old customers,
The body was found by a bellboy and
tak*B to tiie Button undertaking par
BAGBY SALE OF
DRUGS BILL PASSED
Sacramento, April 11.
The "Bagby sale of drugs bill" was
pasesd today in the assembly. This
measure has had a rocky road, hav
ing been passed without amendment,
ill i.nsidercd and then amended and
again amended and passed. It pro
vides against the advertisement of
cure alls unieu they are really what
they are advertised to be. The amend
ment makes the bill "harmless ,, as far
as this is concerned.
S«(T«nicn((i, April 14.
Nigbt sessions of the legishiture for
the I)Hlance of the term will begin to
morrow night or not later tlian Wednes
day. It was generally beiieved that
the sessions would begin tonight, and
this Is understood to have been the
deetre of the majority of the legisla
ture. this afternoon it was de
termined that It would be best to put
the mover until tomorrow or Wednes
LYNCH FOR PUBLIC PRINTER
WASHINGTON, 14.—James M.
Lynch, president of the International
Typographical union, is slated for pub
TIIK SAN KRANCWO VAIAi TUESDAY. AI'KIL 15, . l»l.'i.
Senate Frowns on Elopers-
Approves Cassidy's Bill
n(nr Carattr** anti-elopement
bill, wfcifcS) ivo'ild require the
•uirfitv* t«> hanty raarrlnjsccH to
waif five full* day* affer maklnie
up their ml dn and takinje out a
Heenae, pa.inetl the Menate this
morn in- !;.v a vote of 21 to (I.
The niea.«nire provided that, ex
cept In such rare ,-eaties where n
judge of the Kiiperlor court be
found t<> BMnt Npecliil perntlg
m'oii. couple* Mcklns; to marry at
any of the (iretna GbvMM of
California would have to ntake (
two trip* ami run the rl*k of full
publicity in the meantime, for It
pnta :; »»nn vpon the aeeret Iseu
in* of licensee.
When that document Iμ ob
tained, the county clerk Iμ re
quired to enter full particular*
on the stub of the license book,
where all may read.
HALF A HUNDRED
TO BE ON PARADE
Knights Templar Turnout
Thursday Afternoon Will
Be Headed by Platoon
April 14. — Fifty pom
tanneries of the Knights Templar of
California will take part In 4he Tem
plar parade Thursday afterneon, the
opening- day of the annual conclave.
The marchers will assemble at Ninth
and Clay streets at 2 o'clock and will
prooeed north in Clay street to Twelfth,
east in Twelfth street to Washington
and south along Washington street to
Ninth, east to Broadway, thence pro
ceeding , nortli to Twelfth street. THfrft
march in Twelfth street wHI extend to
Alice, when the decorated automobiles
will move north one block to Thir
teenth street.- after which they will
double back until they again reach
Clay. Along* Clay street they will pro
ceed to Fourteenth and thence east to
Broadway, where they wfll move north
to the gore of TelegraplK avenue and
Broadway. The reviewing stand, con
taining officers and their wives, will be
located at this pomt t and, after being
reviewed, the marchers will disperse , .
! I'OIK R IM,\TOO\ TO I.KAII
The parade will be led by a platoon
lof police commanded by Chief of Po
lice Walter .T. ePtersea. A baud of tho
Fifth regiment of the national guard
; of California will follow the police and
! the band will be followed by -iblit dec
orated automobiles containing- the 40
pr more officers of the grand com
mandery. The Oakland commandery
drill team will be next in line after th«
officers and after them will come the
commanderies of the in their nu
At the conclusion arm before dispera
; ing the paradere will form in mass for
; matlon 24 abreast and march to Twelfth
] streer and ISco.ulway. singing "Onward,
The first of the delegates will arrijrfe
Wednesday from l.os Angeles and
Will be followed in rapid succession by
others from all over the state. The in
dications are that there will be uu at
tendance of 7.000 or more.
CONfLAVK BKGI\S THTTRSDA.Y
On "Wednesday will be a recep
tion and escort of visiting commander
i-'S by Oakland eommandery ajid on
Thursday morning \hc conclave will
open with a session of the grand eom
mandery in tlv morning, the parade in
the afternoon and % grand ball at the
Hotel Oakland in the evening , .
Friday will be given ottr to another
session of the grand eommandery in the
forenoon, review of University of Cali
fornia cadets at Berkeley, and an ex
hibition drill of the eommandery drill
corps in Lakeside park at 3 o'clock in
The conclave will close at 10 o'clock
Saturday morning with a meeting of
the grand eommandery, at which time
any unfinished business will be trans
Sightseeing , trips and many other so
cial activities have been arranged by
Oakland eommandery No. 11, the hosts
of the conclave. '
For Easier Riding
(Test it on rough pavements or country roads.)
For Higher Values
(Let us show you its greater beauty, special
features, and other points of superiority.)
For Better Service
(The oldest Automobile branch house in
« San Francisco.)
"Kβiire and Sixes, ,, fSKOO to $5100.
the JftemnoSile co. of America
SAX KUAM'lseo OAKLAND
Van Ken ar. and Twelfth and Harrison
Bayea St.* strei-ts
Put Your Liver
W To Work!
W of the liver interferes with the action
§8 of the bowels. When the liver stops working and
if the bile accumulates your system becomes clogged with
■ waste matter. Get that liver working right and all bilious
■ ness, headache, stomach trouble and constipation is
* avoided or disappears. ,
% DON'T take a drug which drains you and makes you
feel "as weak as a cat." Two wrongs do not make a
right. Take a mild, natural laxative which gently stim
ulates and effectively operates.
V HUNYADI JANOS WATER, a NATURAL rem
edy, acts within one hour or so after taking on
an empty stomach— y 2 glassful puts your
-«4 liver to work. Get a bottle at any drug
TEST CASE LIKELY
TO BE PRESENTED
Japan's Representatives Will
Undertake.to Prove the
Race Is Not of Mon
Continued From Pajse 1
awaiting an early reply from Viscoum
I Chindn. ,
That the terms of the Isav will not be
I satisfactory is assured. What the next
move of the Japanese government in
the affair will be. is only a matter of
I'resident Wilson said he did not be
lieve that the Japanese government
would be embittered against the United
.States as a result of this legislation.
ONLY OXE STATE IX VNION
California, he said, would represent
only one state in tho union. Of course,
a national feeling of resentment might
grow up in Japan, but the enlightened
people there, knowing conditions in this
country, would not seek to blame the
whole Country for the legislation of one
The president admitted that the
whole situation was awkward, but said
that the national government could not i
promise more in treaties than It <could
In "the treaty with Russia that will
come up for consideration by this ad
ministration later, the president said
he hoped to see nothing promised that
could not be carried out. He intimated
that In all future treaties the country
should make no promises it could not
fill. The Russian treaty will not be
taken up until aa American asrfbassador
to that country is nominated.
Secretary Bryan delivered to the Jap
anese ambassador today a complete
copy of the text of the alien land bill
as it passed its second reading in the
California legislature. This action
gave formal character to the subject
necessary to render it strictly proper
for diplomatic consideration.
nnppT case may
1 BE PRESENTED
TOKYO, April 14.—The Japanese cab
inet reported to the emperor today that
President Woodrow Wilson's decision
not to Interfere with the California
land ownership legislation makes it
necessary for Japan to present a test
case before the supreme court of the
United States, primag that the Jap
anese are not of Mongolian origin
and therefore entitled to citizenship
in the I'nited Ptates.
The members of the Tokyo Chamber
<>f Corjunenea are saqpressing high ap
preciation of ■ message from the Ban
Francisco ChaisVhlT of Commerce an
nouncing that thfl two bodies will com
bine fortes in opposing the land bill,
pending In the California legislature,
would prevent aliens from own
Many organizations here continue
rencea on the situation. A joint
meeting of the American aml 'Japanese
societies has been arranged tor
today ;md tomorrow for the purpose
of presenting their views. The Japan-
American* society, whose leadership Is
composed entirely of Japanese, and
many other bodies, are organizing in
opposition <r> the bill.
The emperor is exhibiting the keen
est in the situation with re
gard i" flic California land ownership
legislation and all offlc-iul telegrams
are being sent to the palace.
VALLEJO PIONEER IS DEAD
TharleM Illhhard l'awees Away at Ripe
Agr of 88 Yea re
(Sppclfil Plspntch to The Cell)
VJuLUBJO, April 14.— Charles Hlb*
bard, a pioneer resident of ]jake county,
passed away at the homo of his daugh*
;. r. Mrs. 11. If. Thompson, here last
night after a long illness. The dece
dent was 88 years of agre and a member
of the Midilletown lodge of Odd Fel
lows. Besides a widow Mr. Hibbard
leaves two daughters to mourn his loss.
The funora] will be held Wednesday
under the auspices of San Pablo lodge
No. 43, I. O. O A F.
Stone Record Set Aside
Religions Tablet Spurned
WASHINGTON, April 14 Set
ting aftlde evidence In the nature
Of a marriage record cut on a
tablet, In a temple In Amoy.
China, the Kiipreme court today
held Sy <lul, », millionaire (I*l
-newe of the Philippines, had not
been marrlc* In China and
awarded all bia property to hU
children by a Filipino woman.
It was the flrut ca«e in which re-
Hrl'mw tablets were brought
across the Pacific for presenta
tion before the supreme court.
Afr*r they arrived interpreter*
fell Into a dispute am to how to
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Fry fish with Cottolene and it
will never be greasy, but crisp
and appetizing enough to make
your mouth water.
Cottolene is more economical
than lard; costs no more, and
goes one-third farther than either
I butter or lard. You are not
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
OF THE CONDITIONS AM) AFFAIRS OF THF
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE
OF HARTFORD, IN THE STATE OF CON
NECTICUT, on the 31st day of December. A. P.
1912, and for the year ending on that iltr.
Published pursuant to the Provisions of Soction
611 of the Political Code and compiled from the
annual statement filed with the Insurance Com
missioner of tne State of California.
Amount of capital stock paid up Iα
Real estate owned by company 7*2.f>00.00
Mortgage loans OIS.tiUtJ.OT
Cash market value of all stocks and
bonds owned by company 21,177,834.59
Loans secured by pledge of bonds,
stocks and other collateral c.000.00
Cash in of flee 5,879.38
Cash in banks 1,80,936.40
Interest and rents duf end accrued 268,680.23
Agents' balances representing bnsl
ness written subsequent to Octo
ber 1, 1912 2.299,010.98
Total assets $26,482,318.21
I Losses adjusted and unpaid $500,543.74
lVisses in process of adjustment or
in suspense 671,891.1.°.
Losses resisted. Including expenses. 101,93f.~7
Unearned premiums on lire risks
running one year or less, r>o per
Unearned premiums on fire risks
running more than one year, pro
Unearned premiums on inland navi
gation risks, r>o per cent 332,671.88
Estimated tnxe* horesfter payable
based npon this year's business.. 200,000.00
Due re-insuring companies under
Special reeerTe 250,000.00
Total liabilities $15,975,t23.9»
N"t cash actually received for flr*
Not cash actually received for ma
rine premiums 749.572.20
Received for interest on bond and
mortgages 24.254.0- ,
Received from interest »r.d divi
dends on bonds, stocks, loans and
frnm all other sources 945 1 j
Received for rents 82,251 58
Cross profit on sale or maturity of
ledger assets ■,•••,••••• 46,818.60
Agents , balances previously charged
off .-••:/ 590.79
Income from til other sources 127,484.73
Total income $16,640,039.35
Net amount paid for fire losses $8.192,1.12 00
Net amount paid for marine losses. 319,393 66
Expenses of adjustment and settle
ment, of losses 163 247 0«
Dividends to stockholders „,.. 700 00o"oo
Paid or allowed for commission or
brokerage ... . 2,866,603.86
Paid for salaries, fees and other
charges for officers, clerks, etc.. 1,410,367 76
Paid for state, national and local
taxes .•■•ViJ , 818,026.14
decrease in book value of
ledger aeeeU 3,968 o 0
Gross loss on sale or maturity of
ledger assets..... ■••••■ 7,231.30
Underwriters, boards and tariff as
All other expenditures 800.0M.T7
Total expenditures $15,205,;;29.13
Lo««ee incurred during
the year *8,224.J«.»4 fat.176.83
Fire Kisks. Premiums.
Net amount of risks
written during the
year $1,774,917,946 $19,593,630.5.:
I Net ainonnt of rteki
expired dur, Ug tUe t
\ot amount In force
* December 31. 1912. 2.3T0.5W.M4 2n.in.596.13
Marine Risks. Premiums.
Net amount of ri«ks
written during tbe
.-ear $.)3.3j3,i04 $1,157,973.0;
Net amount of risks
-r ddOrl . n Y *•*«■ 7
Dete CHAS. E. CHask, Preeideati
s. K. I.OCKK. Secretary.
A. H. WNJHTMAN. Auditor
Subscribed , and nworn to before me thi« u )n
day of February, BRIMont
General Agents. >
V*«Ntniit (.rnerol Asent.
430 rnllfomla Street,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAU