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STUDENT OF LEPROSY TO TAKE HARVARD CHAIR Dr. Brinkerhoff Shortly to Return from Experiments in the Hawaiian Islands SAX FRANCISCO, June i 1 -Dr. Wal ter R. Brlnkerhoff, the Harvard medical graduate who five years ag a governmental appointment to po to the Molokal leper settli I li Hawaiian islands to make n bn ologii al study of !■ I of discovering a remedj fo • th< | I is preparing to return to the I Stat - at an early date. a< cording to . s brought to tliis city by his mother. Dr. Brinkerhoff, who resig i i ii months ago, follow I his wife, has aco pted an a* professorship of patholopry at Harvard. Ite will big ii his duties In tl • fall, 1 "When the Man I All Aboardr |$| ; l^^^^-^wsf j^jL^^^'S 1 ' ' Totem Pole in Alaska "~ y st i $ ' '■■'i^wif?cx* il' " i "v " ■ ■■■"■ ■■'p"J Pagoda in China .. , W -'M.: '!T-::-' ■ ■" ,jgc>j| I "^ lit -f!> .^^^S^^S^MBm Everyone wlio hns traveled knows the thrill which the familiar P^^^B^P^""^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ cry "All Aboard!" brings. Knowing that nothing is more pleasing -■ . . .-.,. .., . £, .*%lilll%!i^ than travel, The Herald has arranged to offer splendid trips to can- Water Scene Alaska !cry "All Aboanl!" LrinßS. contest. Chief among these is pleasing J&bs,. |^" .:. . -^ .... than travel. The Herald has arranged to offer splendid trips to can- Water Scene, Alaska didates in its $25,000 voting contest. Thief among these is the dou- |ble trip through the Orient, via Honolulu, on the Chiyo Maru of the jH^B | T. K. K. Steamship company. JEsS ii&* double trip to Alaska is the Fourth Grand Prize, the double trip to ! The value of this trip alone is $787.50 and will give to a winner /fl 3k £PW the far northwest is the Fifth Grand Prize, the $260 double trip to and companion an opportunity of seeing every port of call in the A -^M m^ W^^f Honolulu is the Sixth Grand Prize, and the $220 double trip to Mcx- Orient with extensive stopover privileges when and where they / '^M Wff^^ ''^Wr ico City is the Eighth Grand Prize. choose. . . A(r^ , v .J|jp Present leads for all of these prizes are very small and can be Two double trips to Honolulu have been provided, one via the £/ M / - &M ■ taken by a real hustler with a few days energy. The vote total now Matson Navigation company and the other via Oceanic Steamship \^'£jkft»^^M leading for the double trip to the Orient represents less than eight company. The former is valued at S3OO. the latter at $260. Both new yearly clubs, and by club is .meant ten new subscriptions turned include extensive stopover privileges in the islands, and The Her- / • -■."*£jfi in at one and the same time. The vote total leading for the double •J aid's guests will travel the very best style in all trips. / - iJ*|l|iv trip to Honolulu represents less than four clubs. Three clubs arc I aid'- guests will trip to Alaska via the Pacific Coast Stcapship com- /'% '' A to onou lu represents less for the $266 double trip to Alaska. Tile double trip to Alaska via the Pacific Casi Steapship cm- / .'"Jji represented in the total leading for the $2<>h double trip^ to Alaska, pany is one that will appeal to all. The value of this trip is $266 and / ""M -'. '.--^ Slightly over two clubs would make a new leader for the $-04 double the winner and companion will see all important points of interest in / > „„ ; 1 1 ' , .-'m trip into the far northwest. The same applies on the total leading Alaska. They will travel on either the Governor or the President of / .. v^ jp^ 'A for the $262 double trip to Honolulu and return. Slightly over UNJB. the Pacific Coast Steamship company to Seattle, and from Seattle / C>t M* , ' ■ % club is represented by the total leading for the $220 double trip to to Skagwav on Cotla.ge City or City "of Seattle, two northern boats / . '}$L^ *r j Mexico City and return. This last lead means that some candidate Of he same company . / «■ • -if can take the lead for this Mexican trip by securing the votes of only .., , l\ , .i£W/ ' >'-JB ten friends, and to no one who is a real hustler would the act of Another trip into the far Northwest will be made by two other \,;:.!^.; R^:,» building a yearly club be more than an afternoon's easy work. contest participants via Alaska Steamship company. I'm- trip will Mi^iß* ' *•'*'\3&r . i i • ,n of be made via Portland and will be interesting throughout. WSt 'J^ Whe" SUch C°nditi°nS °" " "VTI l£ hould , \jj£^^M*^~-*-L-**^ acquaintance, no matter how slight, and with hustling ability should Still another double trip is one to be made by some contest M • and . t whateyer trip they would like to win. participant to Mexico City and return via the National Railways of • fe :j ■ ■ ..- -_. . ■ ■"■• '-V, ■ ■_» Mexico. Any one of these trips cannot but be attractive and worth , Space here does not permit o any description of the wonders, of many times the effort that will be required to secure then, any of the trips, but all seekers oHnforgion can ~c««^«.t^ed literature about the Oriental Inp from the 1. K. K. Steamship com- In.any times trip to the Orient is Third Capital Prize and the any of FJood buildinS) San Francisco; about the $300 double trip to . , , . , , literature about the Oriental 1 rip from the 1. K. K. Steamship com- The double trip to the Orient is the Third ( apital Prize and the Rood bull(ling> San Francisco; about the $300 double trip to $300 double trip to Honolulu is the Third Grand Prize. The $266 Honolulu from the Matson Navigation company, San Francisco; the $266 double trip from H. Brandt, Pacific Coast Steamship com- JW pany, Los Angeles; about the $260 double trip from Mr. Ferguson Jpfl jfr-l, |*i| >pw of the North Pacific Steamship company; about the $260 double trip V^v JS&\ M^stk m&\ to Honolulu from the Oceanic Steamship company; about the double jrfm^- VPS^BR"ii?» W*W^" JEM. trip to Mexico City from J. C. McDonald, general passenger agent - Ml^W^#<^Ki\ /*^Wm\ National Railways of Mexico, Mexico City. In all of the Hotel %^WM:"%k^^^W"r4^m^Q Literature racks also will be found illustrated literature concerning 1 ify? ; y\^W^^^-^^^^V^|^?^^^ft the' countries to be seen by The Herald's guests. mh^^ J?*^ :''s^^)£!^^^'^^i^^^^ i> \ The contest man will be pleased to tell you all about each and J&W&' kM*^*??**""' ' ""***■** every trip. We urge that you get busy at once so that you and a t ***'.„.: jp3fc every will We urge that you get busy at the ship's that or and a \ W& - i-ii^ a-*^KS^^^«^^» observation platform when the MAN SAYS "ALL ABOARD 1" |*'" >^»| I^. A . Afm 4*ffl friend wTll !■■ .i ■ i.■ ■!i•.■ tho-e who -land al the diip's rail or -n the '^^Ji^^^^'-^m9^^^ggg§ cb-ervatio:, platform when the MAN SAYS "ALL ABOARD 1" Chinese Women Sewing f '"'ZJ& ""^'^H When the Clock Strikes Ten- I, . , //.. : /S . ; ;| \y PS^ • ■ ':^-^^»^ Promptly at 10 o'clock tomorrow evening the offer of 500 extra votes on every dollarin '„ '* . * , ,^\z ° tyf , [\ mm^* Wsst *'WBm club amounts will be revoked. After that hour the opportunity of reaching a high total with . v , ,^>, ■ g Jj :Wm P ' :;; "9m very little effort will deminish substantially. For this reason all candidates should hustle f ■•■ . . J£-'-./-4 s# &T kjp» H*w|p> "*** ;^^^S today and durin^ the fore rart of tomorrow to the best of their ability and should De sure '.^^^^^Sk^ v 5 ~ 11 f When the Clock Strikes Ten— , ~IT | Pp^;^« .jg^fifflsJ Draft or United States Currency. W^SBBSmm iS^^^^^fel^^^ \>ysosjp/:.. r ' s: -§i ' No votes will be counted on any business turned in covered by a personal check. „ — .. .—«—. JPleaseTeaTthi/in m j nt i f as it is as much to your benefit that we take this precaution as _ i n al an Village, Alaska Water Front, Peking it is to The Herald's. 'll*fcl Ml IiMIMII imi ■ ■II —"-—™^«-MM^^^M^M^^MMMMM>fc^MMMWM^M»MWIM*B«PWIIBMWa*a*»MWagIHfM»WBWt"*^ - " *^^^^ ■pending the pending summer in (ler many. Dr. Brtnkerhoff's appointment to the Islands attracted world-wide attention at th< tlma His wife was .Miss Nellie Mandara White of Masachusetts, heir ess to millions social favorite. ngagement to Dr. Brlnkerhoff, fol lowing his apoplntment to the leper ! a sensation, as it was supposed the young woman was to iic vote her life to her husband's mls- Tf,'- doctor, it is said, confined his work to the governmental labora n Honolulu. There he liisoovered what was hoped to be a cure for the plague. VOLUNTEER OF AMERICA GETS 7-YEAR SENTENCE ST. PAUL, June 2. —Timothy Mur phy, formerly a captain of the Volun of America here, \\as today aen ; in eervi seven years In the state prison by Judge Halam, In the district court. Murphy was con\ of converting 51250 collectd on March 17 for a working jrirls' home on be ii'. \ . lunteers to Ills personal use, A stay of si ntenee until .Tune 4 was given to permit the accused to perfect an appeal to the supreme court. ' LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1010. GARDENS ESTABLISHED IN THE PANAMA CANAL ZONE Original Idea of Col. Goethals Shows Good Results WASHINGTON, Juno 2.—That Col onel Ooethals, engineer In charge of the Panama canal construction, looks to the welfare of his 'pickaninnies" as well as his "srold men," is manifested by the establishment of experimental gardens In connection with the schools for colored children In the canal zone. The gardens were established at the opening of school last October and at the present rate of production will produce vegetables to the value of $200 gold I* one year. The girls have shown as much inter est as the hoys and the work has boon so beneficial to the pupils and so cheaply maintained that it is expected four or live more gardens will be start ed In October. The work Is done by children 8 to 12 years or age and they are allowed to take the products home. The work la under the supervision of ! a graduate of the Agricultural col ' lege at Kingston, Jamaica. ANONYMOUS LETTERS TELL , OF REVOLUTION IN CHINA PEKING, June 2.—There was a stir In thc> diplomatic quarter today on tho receipt at each of tho foroisn legations of an anonymous circular in Which tho writer declared that an antt-dynaatlc revolution was about to occur anil warned the diplomats not to take sides with the Manchua. The communication waa prepared m ex< client literary style and abounded in classic quotations. No alarm was felt at tho American embassy and \V J. Calhoun, American minister to china, did not appear disturbed. SALT RIVER RESIDENTS PROPOSE NEW SCHEME PHOENIX, Ariz.. June 2.--Salt river valley water users today proposed to the government to spend $floo,ooo In the construction of power sites and canals if Baymenta to the government on the Roosevelt dam may be post poned two years. The contract will go to Washington tomorrow. The plan is for three power stations to develop 10,000-horsepower and canals to Irri gate 200,000 acres. STAMPEDE TO ALASKA LIKE RUSH TO KLONDIKE Lure of New Gold Fields Drawing Men from All Parts of the World SEATTLE, Juno 2.—The Bteßinship Victoria, tiio first large boat for Nome and the mouth of the Yukon. Balled today with 850 passengers and a freight cargo that sunk her low In the water. Most of the passengers and freight are for the now Idltarod gold fields and the passengers come from all parts <>f the world, lured by the stories of goiri to be had for the dig ging. The stampede to the north has al most reached the proportion.-; of tl" 1 Klondike rush, The men who Balled today will take Yukon steamers al si. Michael and at tho mouth of the in noko and Idltarod. Lake Lebarge, which is an expansion of the Yukon north or WhiUhsTse, is not open and mi army of men In camp at Whltehorse are waiting for the lc« to break. Thi Yukon is open from l'auson probably all the way to the month. Steamers have started from Dawson for Fair banks, but no reports have been re ceived Of theif experience. The steamship Corwin. which left Seattle May 111 for Nome and is sup posed to be ilKhtinK tho Bering Bea ico, has not yel been heard from. At last reports Nome was still Icebound. ALLEGED INCENDIARY TO BE PUT ON TRIAL SOON San DIBOO, June -'. 'Hie overrul ing of a motion to set aside ti"' Infor mation in the case of Adcrtph Bchonek, accused of sotting ten or more fires In san Diego, and the overruling of a de murrer to the complaint cleared the way for the formal arraignment of. Bchonek In the superior court yesterduy afternoon. He pleaded not guilty, it Is' expected the actual trial will bo begun within a few days. R. R. HEAD DIES PHILADELPHIA, June 3.—Joseph s. Harris, former prealdenl of th" Phlln rtelphln & Reading Railroad company, died suddenly today. ALASKAN ICE HOLDS STEAMER NEAR NOME Captain Lane of Helen Johnson Goes Ashore Over Ice NOME, .lime '-'. The woorlon steamer coi-win, which Bailed from Beattle May in with a large pai sengor list. Is held raßt in tii.' Ice fifteen miles from Nome, the smoke from her funnel! being visible. The Ice Is the heaviest known In tan at this season. Captain Wesi of the (!orwln reports that he encountered heavy Ice all the way between Nunivok ! and his preseni position. Iho Corwln landed at St. Michael on the nlghl i Mas 80. She will try to beat her wa to tl"' open loads m tne \Mclntty of Solomon, forty milos east ol Nome. The gawllne schooner Holen loimson owned and commanded i>y captain Louis Lane, son of Charles p. 1 ,,,. tho ' lallfornla mlno owner, is in ft precarious condition In the Ice twelve mlloß from Solomon. Captain Lane came a hore ovi r the Ico today, ana win return to the ship tonight ana try to reach the beach through tne Open lands.