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WASHINGTON, Oct. 14.— The President
to-day made the following appointments in Hip navy: Frank Wilties, to be rear admiral: John K. Craven, lieutenant com mander; Provost Babln, lieutenant; Charles E. Milpln, lieutenant, junior grade. Appointments in the Navy. CHARITON, Iowa, Oct. 14.— Joseph Bu chanan, an aged hermit, was found dead lit his cabin near this place, his head be ihi$ split open With an ax. He was re puted to have had much wealth stored about his cabin. 'His murder is supposed to have had robbery as Its motive. Jlermlt Found Murdered in Cabin. The trip to the lonely grave will require six days of traveling. It is on the edge 6f the IaVa beds.- \ • Benjamin Borland was a clever young mining: men Who bought mines hero for Dr. T. B. Towhsend and Creighton Thorn ton of Sauit Bt<3 MaHe\ Mich. He was ac cused of misappropriating money and was convicted of obtaining money under false pretenses. A week before the date of sentence Dofland and Ed Illingsworth, a felony prisoner, escaped from jail and were pursued for three weeks before the bloody fight. at Adln. in which Dorland and Constable Bert Walker were killed and Sheriff Behrens barely escaped death. Dr. Dorland says that his brother has been left valuable property by a relative who has just died. REDDING, Oct. 14.-l)r. Thomas J. Dcr land cf Buffalo, N. Y., arrived here last evening seeking his brother, Ben jatnln H." DOrland, of wbom he had heard nothing in five months. He was fehockea to 16arn that hif brothef was the outlaw iDorl^rid, Who was . killed In a desperate fight with officers near Adln, Modoc Coun ty, hi July<. Accompanied by W, B. Smith, Dr. Dorland isot but Immediately for the woods of Modoc to hunt for the ehallow srave where the fugitive was burled and ekhUme the body for shipment to the. old family home in Ontario, Can ada. That his brother had been killed un der such circumstances seehied to him al most incredible. Special Dispatch to The Call. Riches Bequeathed to Outlaw Killed by Oflaoers in Modoc County. Sad End of a. Buffalo Doctor's Search for Relative. BROTHER FILLS BANDIT'S GRAVE The light-running "Domestic" received hiphest award at Pan-American Exposi tion for "Best Family Sewing Machine."* Shipping Concern Fails. BERLIN. Oct. 14.— The United Shipping Company of Breslau has eone Into bank ruptcy. For fJfle r!des to points on the Santa Fe. Open to holders of Episcopal Church Con vention tickets, friends accompanying and holders of nine months' excursion tickets. Dates ct eale, September 23 to November 10 Inclusive. Limit 30 days. For titn« tables, descriptive literature and full information call at Santa Fa office*. til Market St.. and ferry depot. Special Bates In Jumping to get clear of the stage three of the passengers leaped clear ovtr the edge of the precipice., Murphy and Potts and one of the others continued tumbling: down the slope after the stage had brought up on a ledge forty lect be- A dozen persons, including the Judge and lawyers and Jail officials in a Chinesa murder trial held at Clinton, were on the stage and were hurrying down to the coast. Those on board were: R. L. Reid, Dennis Murphy, A. D. Mclntyre, George A. Stewart Potts, Deputy Warden Hutch lrson of the Kamloops Jail,- Mark Eccle stene, W. Creelman, A. R. Cameron, Geoige Lewis and C. Spriggs. The pas sengers who rode inside were Messrs. Potta, Hutchinson, Cameron and Lewis. All went well until they were within a half mile of the Twenty-Mile House. The stage was then rounding one of the steep precipices which abound along that por tion of the road, when one of the horses became unmanageable and, after several plunges, fell, carrying the others with it. The stage was upset and the king pin came out of the truck under the front wheels, detaching it from the rest of the coach. The horses in their struggles to regain their feet fell from the adjacent precipice, taking with -them the front wheels and the pole of the stage. As the coach capsized the passengers all made a wild scramble for safety and those outside Jumped for the hillside. All wen? badly shaken up and bruised and three were seriously injured. They were: R. L. Reid, hurt^lnternally; George A.' Stewart Potts, leg bruised,, and A. D. Mclntyre, face cut. Of thess Reid was the most se riously injured, being pinned under the overturned stage for some time before tha others were able to coine to his assist ance. VANCOUVER, B. C, Oct. 14.—Passen gers on a stage on the Cariboo trail, twen ty miles north of Ashcroft, had a thrill ing experience last evening as the result of the "cussedness" of a horse. The en tire load went over a precipice, the stage bringing upon a ledge forty feet below, while several of the passengers rolled and tumbled down the mountainside 100 feat farther. Three of the unfortunate travel ers were badly injured. Sneclal Dteaatch to The Call OMAHA. Neb.. Oct. 14.— By giving Mius Marie Fisher the title "My wife" in a casual introduction Jacob E. Byers of South Omaha lost for hl3 heirs $10,000 in money and property valued at $15,000 more. Byers; a prominent livestock dealer, died a month ago and interested parties hav<; Just agreed upon a settlement of the es tate. Miss Fisher advanced the claim that she had been married to the stockman at com mon law, but \u25a0was unable to produce writ ten evidence of. the union. She produced James Tillotson, however, whom she had first met while she was in the company of Byers. "Tillotson, I wish to present you to my wife." Byers had remarked. The girl cherished the acknowledgment as the only outward sign of their matri monial relationship. The young woman also offered testi mony to ehow that she had resided in a brownstone house on Park avenue with the broker and had been known in the neighborhood as his wife. She was ac customed to appear with him at church and at places of amusement. The contest was brought by N. W. By ers of Aledo, 111., brother of the decedent, who has now recognized the young wife's claim. The latter has withdrawn the plea that she be appointed administratrix of her husband's estate and has taken a lib eral settlement instead. The estate will grant her $10,000. diamonds given her by Byers and a deed to the brownstone front. About an enual amount in money and property has been left for the Illinois rel atives. Passengers Are Hurled Down the Side of a • Mountain. Young Nebraska 'Wo man Receives Share.. of Large Estate. STAGE TOPPLES FROM PRECIPICE HEIRS SETTLE WITH CLAIMANT ANTWERP, Oct. i _j.— King Leopold has decided to visit. New York. He announced this in an interview granted to the Burgomaster, Saturday. His Majesty expects, amon? other advantages, to get in the United States many suggestions from the shipping arrangements which will prove beneficial. to. the ports of Belgium. . .' . low the road. They landed finally among the treetops In an alder swarrip more than 100 feet farther down. They were picked up unconscious, but are not so seriously Injured as Fold. NOTED EUROPEAN MONARCH WHO HAS ANNOUNCED HIS INTENTION OF SOON VISITING THE3 UNITED STATES. WHERE HE EXPECTS TO SECURE VALUABLE SUGGESTIONS IN SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS THAT WILL BE OF GREAT BENEFIT TO THE PORTS OF HIS OWN COUNTRY. . . THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, -1901. Announces in an Interview That He Is Anxious to Study Shipping Interests in America. KING LEOPOLD OF BELGIUM WILL VISIT UNITED 5TATES 7 \u25a0 APVEBTISEMENTS. Dry Goods -JlN^iil Company. HOUSE LINENS O.i Monday we will show tlie mD^t complete lines of TABLE LINENS ~ENo NAPKINS Of German, Irish and Scotch make> at prices from 10 to 15 . per cent les? than our regular prices for those lines. SCOTCH-- Round and Square Tab'e Mats and Runners Hand embroiJereJ, in all sizes and ch)ics patterns (ne^) GERMAN-- Hemstitched Table Cloths, Napkins and Doyltes In many novel patterns, yssx. receive.!. IRISH--r Table Linens and Napkins an J Huckaback Towels ImporteJ expressly for Morels and boarding houses, AT GREAT VALUES. FRENCH-- Genuine imported Flannels In great variety of figures, dots, conventional patterns, >iripe«, floral designs and cashmere styles, for home dre>s2s and waists Examine Above Lines and Compare Prices, CITY OF PARIS DRY GOODS COMPANY, SB. Corner Geary and StocVtea Streets, Saa Praasisua. union 5<>uiire:> Mail and Express Orders Receive immediate Attention. >s®ec9caeeoocoacQo»o»e3o»eeo9»coep«)oeoe«+»«< GRAND OPERA-HOlSE—tXTRA THE TIME DRAWS NIGH! THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 17, CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE. Beginning at 1 o'clock THIRD ANNUAL BENEFIT ,IN AID Or f HE CHAIUTT FUND OF THE ASSOCIATED THEATRICAL MANAGERS OF SAN FRANCISCO. HALF OF THM GROSS RECEIPTS TO BE DEVOTED TO THE McKINLEY MEMORIAL FUND. MONSTER PROGRAMME. LOOK AT THIS ARRAY OF NOVELTIES ! American Debut ot POLLARD'S AUSTRALIAN JUVENILE OPERA COMPANt in an Act of the "BELLE OF NEW YORK." GRACE DUDLEY and the DOUBLE SEXTET from "FLORODOnA." CAMILLB D'ARVILLE. ROTAL ITALIAN BAND MASON and MASON aha LOTTIE WiLLIAMS-SALTER from "RUDOLPH and ADOLPH." Scenes from "CARMEN" and "NABUCCO," TivolL BRIGHTEST SPE- CIALTIES from the bnPKKUM. Act ot "THE LITTLE MINISTER." Second Act of "TOO MUCH JOHNSON." LATEST MOVING PICTURES. IMMEN3E ORCHE3- Grand Parade in Honor of the benefit by the Royal Italian Band Thursday at Noon* RESERVED SEATS SI. OO and 92.OO. BOXES SSO.OO, $35.00 end $30.00 GOOD SEATS NOrtV ON SALfl AT THE BOX OFFICE. OF BEEF always at hand both for fla- voring sotips and sauces as .well as for making that handy cup o£ hot beef tea, will oblige bv Sending her address to Dauchy & Go.", P. O. Box 718, New York, N. Y. She -<vill receive free, a useful ponlr r»"i»-»Ui . . j. ' : ' \ AlgtTSEMENTS. On account of funeral of Mark Thall the box office will not open till 3. p. m. to-day. BEdtXNlNG TO-NIdHT, The Farce that Crazed New York, THE GIRL IN THE BARRACKS, Greatest of all Sensational Farces. Matlneeli Saturday and Sunday. PRICES— 15c. 35c. 35c. 50c. 75c. On account of funeral of Mark Thall the box Office will not open till 3 p. m. to-day. BEGINNING TO-NIGhT Matinees Saturday and Sunday, John A. Stevens' Successful Melodrama, . WIFE FOR WIFE Ond of thft tnost powerful realistic plays ever presented. • Ohi/*tC Evenings.... ;.ldc, 15c, S3c, 8Sc. 50t' I alWrj Matinees....... 10c. 15c. tSc f?I<3rWFR'S concert house riDV/ilE-n D . Admission IOc. Bartelmese; Maud De Alma; Harry Holmes; Herr Hub«r; Eleanors Jenkins; Sydney 8mlth; V'al Vousden: Silvia Puerari and Lilian Sllnkey And Hlnrichs'. Orchestra. • . Reserved Beats, 25c. Matinee Sunday. Fitter* Impure Blcoi m*nns an un- heal'.hy s'.omach. The Bitter* will set things right in the stom* ach and Purify the Blood. It will cure Indig3stion, Dys- pepsia, Constipa ion, Livar and Kidney Troubles. Try it. New Vaudeville Favorites! Monroe, Mack and Lawrence, Be Courcy Brothers, Thomas Baker, Maude Sorensen, Tom Dunn, Sis- ters O'MeeTS, Mitcnell and Sar- , nard, Joe, Buster and Myra Kea- ton, Wilfred Clarke and Co. and " the Bio graph. Reserved Seats. 25c; Balcony, 10c; Box Seats and Opera Chalra. Efle. ._ A LAUOHtNO FESTIVAL BVEHY EVENING *THI3 WEEK. - . . MATIMEK SATURDAY, First time In this city of Geo. H. Bfoadhurst's Musical Farce, RUDOLPHandADOLPH With the Two Emperors ot Germany, MASAN AND MASON, 4O COMEDIANS 4O • NEXT SUNDAY, October SO, • •'A FJBMALH DR(/MM£R" !s . ——WITH JOHNSTONE BENNETT. BEATS THURSDAY. - Alhambra^ , A VERY JOYOUS MUSICAL TREAT. EVfcKY EVENING THIS WEEK. Matinees TO-DAY, WEDNESDAY. FftlDAY . . and SATURDAY. Messrs. EUInghouse add Oppenheimer announce ' the appearance of Mlt. CHAN^iyO ELLERT'S ROYAL ITALIAN BAND. 60 ARTISTS 60 SIG. GIUSEPPE CRfUTORE, Director, AistiteO by HME. JOANNA BARILI. Soprano, MISS IDA B. HEINTZKN. Harpist. Friday Eveninf— "CREATORE" mtbt. Special Popular Night at Popular Prices. FaroWell— Sunday, October 20. . : • - /.\u25a0 Palace hotel. For a quarter of a century these , hotels have been the headquarters of tourists and travelers who hare journeyed from all parts of th« world to San Francisco. GuetU enter* tain«d on the American or European plan. :• GRAND HOTEL. MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAf. TO-NIGHT AND EVERT EVE.VINO THIS WEEK. " THE LITTLEJINISTEB. POPULAR PRICES— 10c. 15c. 25c. 50c. TSc Branch Ticket Oiflce— Emporium. NEXT WEEK Walter E. Perkins In "THE MAN FROM MEXICO." Fpoclal Matingen Monday to Friday. Inclu3lv«. .ot Pollard's Australian Juvenile \u25a0 Opera Company. • carp a b« jnHB| m m • *-T i YjCJLI* Eveninir. at 9 «hafp. ' ': i Matinee Saturday at 2 sharp. * TO-NIGHT. Thnrsdar. Sunday Nights, Saturday Matinee "ERNANIS* Wednesday. Friday and Saturday \u25a0 .' ' Enormously Demanded! CAVALLERIA and i PA6LIACCI TUESDAY, Octob.-r 2>d- "LABOHEME." POPULAR PRICES- J5c. E0<3 and Tac' Telephone — Bush 9. ... UUItoUlwiDlA laorja warn LAST NIGHT BUT FIVE. LA3T MATINEE SATURDAY. The Greatest Musical Success Ever Recorded ' ' H«rc. Farewell Nest Sunday Night. BesSnnlng Next Monday. I »,<: '-.• 8TU'i»T F»*-»»*!»ON As "Bertie the Lamb" ID - '"Tt-t HHNRIK »" TTA." A Veritable All-Star Cast SEAT3 READY THUR3DAT. SUTRO BATHS. OPEN NIGHTS. Open dally from 7 a. m. to II p. m. Bathing from 7 a. m. to 1O:SO p. m. ADMISSION. IOc. CHILDREN. .V. BathltiK. including admlsstcm. 23c. Children, 20c. HILL'S TH2ATER. £«£!& (Remodeled Pabst Cafe.) Cor. Ellis and Venr- «U. Flrst-elacs vaudeville. Ladles' Orchestra, Moving Pictures. Matinee Sunday. 2 p. m. AdmiMton 10c and *Zc. Weekly Cal],$l*OOpep Year <Bw™roitBWn8m^™|B^^^ffi^M^W^BM Puffs undef the eyes; red nose* |i|lHP*^ iffiffiSffil pimple-blotched, greasy face don't ilRir always mean hard drinking as RIHlr 1SKHH much as it shows that there is Ifliifif -n -^ SHffli BILE IN THE BLOOD. It is HBIB/ Vv ' ? * '«^ jaWBtrue, drinking and over-eating li™ teBaAssS/ jffim overloads the stomach, but failure \u25a0I$i^.^Ef i^^j Assist nature in regularly dis- iBHw. < '«j'2^->*'^* *•' 'flfflfflfflP 08^ of the P artiall 7 digested liiSI^T^^^iJ/fflSlil* 11111 ? 3 of food that are d " m Ped Illlfli • v&flwUM *•' iF^Bm into the bowels and allowed to rot MPTl ';.y%*m^v X f /I there, is what causes all the \u25a0 VN^iTj' v7 I trouble. CASCARETS will help 1 . NN.^ 1 * 1^ t&j\0i^ I nature, help you, and keep the I I system from filling: with poisons, _^^____J and dean out the sores that tell of 111^ 111 " 1 !* 1 "*^ the system's rottenness. Bloated by bile the figure becomes unshapely, the breath foul, eyes and skin yellow; in fact the whole body kind of fills up with tilth. Every time you neglect to help nature you lay the foundation for just such troubles. Cascarets will carry the poisons out of the system without gripe or pain. 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M. f ON THE SANTA FE you cant GET AWAY From the fact that laundry work, to oe satisfactory, must be well done. Good laundry work tells Its own story, r.n«l we're willing ours should do the tell- ing, confident that v.e will win your or- ders. No saw edges. UNITED STATES LAUNDRY Office 1OO4- Market Street Telephone— South 42O, Oakland Offlca— 54- San Pablo Ave. DISORDERS /~N BT FAR THE GREAT- <%]/ Nfc^ff\^ *r number of patient* fer \H&7 // VjT ' E<-ekinir relier for so-called \\ \ Vkll 7/ weakness are strong, \\ \J\ yj // robust men In every other iesp*ct. Ivdss of Vitality, Prematureness, etc.. are not w»aknefses. but the symptoms of In- Ctmnntorj- prooe?*** in the Prcetate Gland <»o-ca!|.»d nerk of bladder) caused by contracted disorder? end too often repeated and too long: continued excitement. Tnder our local plan of treatment, directed toward reducing the en- larged and swollen Prostate. Immediate re- »-ults. g« indicated by increased circulation and renewed Ftrength. are observed. Our colored 'hart of the organs, which we send free on epplioaticn. I.« Interesting to any one wishing La study the enatomy of the male. DR. TALCOfT & CO., 997 Market St. /% Rupture Cured. , f\ The celebrated CalifomU In- 1 \>J y-5: r»^3 reator, Dr. Pierce, discovered j fJ^7\3% th.t tte onW remedy for Rup- 1 vj jMCfi t»re is ElectrlcKv, «nd In P«r- 1 >^&$ frCtin S tis wonderful FJectroi- r <r*v ftv J*«(nieticTruB«andestab- «^(V»*^'V>i*#£,% lifcbiDg its sale throngbout \u25a0flJdEL C'V^AV*?^^ tLic wurld. be pave tasnf- ' \u25a0 \"'^«i'5^'i fcrcrKfromthiKdangfTons malady \h« relief «nd so- \u25a0•^^^W'sWaSSr <"«rity \u25bc\u25a0inly eongbt for ' ''"ewhere. Thl« renowned """" Vfi 1 appliaccc is rxiieall/ dif- ferent from a!l oUits and its action on th» n'ptnred pirts is qnick and effective Cu' 1 '! tccomplished by its tiso are ntiml>erpd by the thor.pand. If ruptured investigate al ouce. 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