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Judge Cook made a final order yester
day in the matter of Attorney E. ; Myron
Wolf, trustee In the estate of Mrs. Mary
Bruning, accepting: his resignation and
declaring his accounts settled. The "Union
Trust Company was appointed trustee.
The Judge granted the motion made on
behalf of Wolf and; his attorney, W. L,
Pierce, to strike from the record the peti
tion filed by Attorney Francis Pope on Oc
tober 2, in \whlch charges- .were made
against them and which Attorney Pierce
denounced in ; such scathing terms aa to
cause Pope to withdraw from the. cas 1 ?
and ask that the petition be withdrawn.
In granting the motion trie Judge said: -
\u25a0 It is not a plea'sant matter for an attorney
to 'feel that a document of. the character in
question Is- on record when the remalnjng
records of the court show that the mpvjng
parties abandoned the matter entirely. The
matters contained in, that petition appearing
to be scandalous and impertinent, it seems to
me that It is the duty of the court when tho
motion- Is' made by the parties aggrieved to
strike* from the files the petition in question
to grant it. -The matter is entirely within the
discretion of- the. court.- and the proceedings
appearing to have been abandoned and dis
miBsed by the party who filed the petition, it
is ordered that the motion to strike from the
liles^the petition filed therein by Francis Pope
In* behalf of Mary Bruning on the 2dday of
October, 1901. be granted. 'and the petition is
ordered stricken from the files of the court
as scandalous and | impertinent, and not sub
stantiated in any way, shape or, form.
/CADIZ— Sailed. Oct 7— Ger ftmr Herodot. for
San Francisco, v
, SWANSEA— Arrived L Oqt 21— Br bark Haw
thornliank. from Oregon. - - -
NOUMEA — Arrived Oct - 22 — Schr James
Rolph, from Port Blakeley.
MAZATL.AN— Sailed Oct 21-Stmr San Jose,
for San Francisco.
SANTA ROSALIA— In port, to sail about Oct
24— Ger. ship Alster, for Tacoma: Ger bark
Schiller, for Portland, Or; Br bark Pass of
Malford, for Tacoma; Br ship Pinmore, for
Portland, Or.
GIBRALTAR— Passed Oct 23— Br stmr Hata
su, from Norfolk, for Manila. .
Petition in, Mary Bruning
Estate Case Is_ Stricken
. / .. \u25a0, \u25a0 . \u25a0
From Repord.
Characterizes Charges
as Scandalous and
Impertinent.
JUDGE COOK
CENSURES POPE
the early morning tides are given, in the left
hand column and the successive tides of the
day in the order of occurrence as to time; thr>
fourth time column gives the last tide of the
day, except when there are but three tides, as
sometimes occurs. The heights given are in ad
dition to the soundings on the United States
Coast Survey Charts, except when a minus ( — )
sign precedes the height, and then the number
given is subtracted from the depth given. by the
charts. The plane of reference is the mean of
the lower low waters.
Council of Sorrow.
The several tribes of the Improved Or
der of Red Men of this city and the coun
cils of the Degree of Focahontas will en
Sunday next hold a council of sorrow in
memory of the members of the order who
pa3«ed from thla to the great reserva
tion during the last year. There will be
appropriate services in the Assembly Hall
or the Red Men's building on Post street,
including music, eulogies and an oration.
TO ARRIVE. .
Steamer. .. From. I Dm,
Hcmerr... Humboldt '.. [Oct. 2t
Thyra Portland .[Oct. 24
Aicata... Coos Bay & Pt. Orford.Oct. 24
Kureka Humboldt Oct. M
Santa Rosa.... San Diego ft Way Pts. Oct. 24
Point Arena... Point Arena Oct. 24
City of Puebla. Puget Sound Ports.... Oct. -24
Noyo Humboldt , O?t, 24
laqua. ......... Humboldt Oet. 24
Crescent City. Crescent City Oct? 24
S' th Portland.. Seattle Oct, *• 25
Czarina.-."...... Seattle ' and. Tacoma... Oct. 25
Coronado....... San Pedro Oct. 25
Ramses........ Hamburg & Way Ports Oct. 25
Newburg San Pedro :........ Oct. 23
Km pi re Coos Bay '. Oct. 2tJ
Alliance Portland & Coos Bay.. Oct. 26
Mackinaw..... Tacoma Oct. 26
Tltanta.. ....... Nanalmo Oct. 27
Q. \V. Elder... Portland & Astoria.... Oct. 27
Robt. Dollar.. Seattle & Iladlock.... .. Oct. 27
San Jose Panama 4 Way Ports Oct. 27
Pomona.,.,.... Humboldt Oct. 27
Matteawan.... Tacoma Oct. 27
Curacan Mexican- Port*:.. ,,..... Oct. 23
Gaelic ,.... China nnd Japan Oct. 29
Walla Walla... Puget Sound Ports Oct. 29
G. Dollar Grays Harbor ..;...;.. Oct. £9
Corona......... Redondo & AVay Ports Oct. 29
North Fork.,.. Humboldt Oct. Mi
Alaineda. ...... Honolulu .... — Oct. 3u
Rival Wlllapa Harbor. ...... Oct. 30
Rainier.. .. Seattle & N. Whatcom Oct. 31
J. S. Kimball.. Seattle and Tacoma.... Oct. 31
TO SAIL.
Steamer. Destination. Sails. Pier.
October 24.
Sequoia....... Humboldt 5 pm Pier 2
Argyll, ....... N. Y. via Panama. 2 pm Pier 3S
Mandalay Coqullle River 5 pm Pier 2
North Fork.. Humboldt 9 am Pier 2
Pomona Humboldt ...,...,,. l:S0 p Pier 9
Corona Redondo & Way... 9 am Pier 11
Sonoma Sydney & Way.... 2 pm Pier 7
Australia Tahiti direct 1U am Pier 7
October 25.. . .
Columbia..... Astoria & Portland 11 am Pier 24
x October 20.
South Coast.. Humboldt 10 am Pier 2
Thyra China and Japan Pier 27
Newburg..... Grays Harbor.. — 6 pm Pier 2
Euieka. ...... Humboldt 9 am Pier 13
Point Arena; Point Arena ...... 2 prnjPier a
I^oa Valparaiso & Way 12 mlPier 10
•Noyo Humboldt .....' 5 pm Pier 2
Coronado Seattle direct 5 pmjPier 2
, October 27. |
Santa Ana... Seattle & Tacoma. 10 am|Pler 2
Alliance Portland & C. Bay 9 am Pier —
Santa Rosa.. San Diego & Way 9 am Pier 11
- October 28.
Empire....... Coos Bay..... 4 pm Pier 13
Czaripa'. Seattle & Tacoma. 10 am Pier 2
San Juan Panama & Way Pts 12 m PMSS
City Puebla.. Puget Sound Ports 11 am Pier 9
• i . October 3O.
Arcata.. C. Bay & Pt Orford 10 am Pier 13
American.... Honolulu Pier 20
L.eelanaw.... N.-Y. via Panama. 2 pmlPier 3S
Rival. Willapa Harbor.... 12 mloth St.
G. W. Elder.. Astoria & Portland 11 am|Pier 24
. -October 31.<
G. Dollar Grays Harbor .... 5,pm Pier 2
City of Pekin China' & Japan.... 1 pm PMSS
FROM SEATTLE. ~~~
Steamer. . • . .' - j From. . Due.
City of Topeka Skaguay & Way. Ports. Oct.' 25
Excelsior....... Cooks Inlet & Way.. Oct. 2S
Dolphin.. Skaguay & Way Ports. Oct. 26
Dirlgo Skaguay & "Way Ports. Oct. 31
Sun. Moon and Tide.
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey-
Times and Heights of - I Ugh . and L Low
Waters at Fort-- Point; entrance to San
Francisco Bay. Published by official au
thority of the Superintendent. ,
NOTE— The " high and low waters occur at
the city front (Mission-street', wharf) about
twenty-five' minutes later than at Fort Point;
the height of tide is the eame at both; places.
THURSDAY,; OCTOBER 24.
Sun rises '.;....... .....6:2<>
Sun sets ;...... 5:20
Moon sets ...2:52 a. m.
Time Time Time Time
Date Ft. — — - Ft. Ft. Ft.
L, W \u25a0-.;• H "W L, W H W . \u25a0
24 '\. 2:09 1.0 8:41 B.o 2:61 0.8 9:13 4.9
25 .. 2:52 ' 1.3 9:18 5.8 3:34 0.2 10:12 5.0
26 ... 3:36 1.4 ' 9:54 6.1 '4:18-0.4 11:10 >5.1
27... 4:18 -1.7 10:35 6.3 5:03—0.8
, \u25a0 H W . L. W .'-\u25a0 H TV \u25a0••• L, W
28 .. 0:0fi 5.1 5:00 2.0 11:14 6.4 , 5:Sn — 1.1
29 .. '1:00 6.1 5:45 2.4 11:56 6.3 6:48—1.1
30... 1:58 5,0 6:34 -2.7 12:45 6.2 7:41—1.0
NOTE — In the ' above exposition of the \u25a0 tides
A new four-:nasted schooner to b?
New Schooners Heady to Launch.
The Dutch ship 'Nederland arrived from
Santa Rosalia yesterday with nearly half
the crew down with scurvy. The vessel
was over two months getting here, an<l
in consequence all the fresh provisions
eave out and \u25a0 Captain Wleles could - do
nothing for his men. When the quarantine
officer went on board yesterday morning
he found the vessel free from,conta
gious disease, so he allowed it to enter.
Most of the men have badly swollen legs
while others are swollen about the body,
but nearly all of them are on the road to
recovery. ;
Crew Down With Scurvy.
The Panama Railroad Company's Argyll
got away for the isthmus yesterday. - The
passengers she took away were:'
Mrs. E. Baerschmidt and daughter, Max
Baerschmidt, William Bock, G. H. Bargner,
Robert Syrett, • Charles Denyer. Robert Wil-
HaniR, J. E. Fitzgibbon. E. Thompson, H.
Wolff 13. Clark. James T. Sullivan, Joseph
Morln. A. Shaw, Max Born, Antonio Candeilge,
Carlo Zaccheo, William Fife, George Munk,
Thomas Hardman, John J. McCourt, A. Greco,
Charles Riordan. Samuel Frank, Leslie Jen
nings, K. R. Wilson. George Berge, A. - Y.
Zoock E. Johnson. Adam E. Boyle, Walter
Cornyn, E. Peabody and wife," Colon; G.- L.
Peabody and wife.. Colon; A. Kennedy and wife.
Colon. —
Argyll for Panama.
The Toyo Klsen Kaisha's, America
Maru sailed yesterday for Japanese and
Chinese ports via Honolulu. She took
away an unusually large cargo and the
following cabin passengers:
From Tokohama — Mrs. J.- II. Ballagh, Rev.
J. J Chapman, Mrs. J. J. Chapman. Mrs. F.
H. Davis, Rev. F. \V. Field, Mrs. F. W. Field
and two children. Captain J. Ito, Miss N,
Murphy. Miss J. Murphy, Rev. W. H. Mock
ridge, Mrs. C. F. McWilllams and child. Miss
II. F. Varmalee, S. Togo, Y. Tsumakl and serv
ant. Mrs. H. Yokota.
For Kobe— MiES A. S. Adams, Rev. II.- J.
Bennett, Dr. D. I-iandsborough, Bishop John
McKim Mrs. John McKim, Alexander Milne,
Rev. C. S Reifsnider, Miss Q. Suthon, Miss E.
B. Wallace.
For Shanghai— Miss M. E. Andrews, Miss J.
E. Chapin. Mrs. E. II. Conger, Mrs. J. R.
Drake, Miss A. M. Edmonds, Miss H. R. Gal
loway, Miss M. A. Ingram, Mrs. J. H. Ingram
and two children, Miss K. JU Ogborn, Mra.
Lieutenant J. K. Roller, Mrs. G. Jv Roberts,
Mrs. J. H. Rolker, Miss A. Rolker, Rev. C.
A. Stanley. Mrs. C. A. Stanley, General Thad
S. Sharretts. Mies E. C. Shaw, Miss C.-Wil
liams, Miss M. A. Holme.
For Hongkong— Miss E. S. Beaver. Miss K.
W. Beaver. Rev. W. C. Clapp. Mrs. W. C.
Clapp, Dr. J. M. Crago, Paul Hoefel, II. A.
Hoffman, Leong Min Hing, Miss G. Manches
ter, Miss H. E. Manchester, Granvllle Moore,
J. S. Robertson. Mrs. J. S. Robertson, Miss M.
B Robertson. Master J. I>. Robertson, Justice
Patrick Real. Mrs. Patrick Real, E. P. T.
Real Miss K. Real, Lieutenant \\\ Schwarz,
Rev.'j A. Staunton Jr.. Mrs. J. A. Staunton,
E. J. Spencer. R. Willis.
From Honolulu— Ed Houseman, S. ' H.
Trench. ' . ...
America Maru Sails With Many Pas
sengers and Much Cargo.
Tuesday, October 22. '
Etmr'Acme. Lundqulst, ; 49 hours from San
Pedro. . ...
Stmr \u25a0 Corona. Glelow, , 56 ' hours from Ban
Pedro and way ports. - .\u25a0'\u25a0-.
Schr Glen. Anderson, 2 days from Notleys
Landlr.g; up river direct. .
' Bchr ,\u25a0 Bessie K, Petersen, ,\u25a0 7 days from En
senada. . <.. - . •• . . \u25a0 ' *
• . Wednesday, October \u25a0 23. '
"-Stmr. City of Peking, Smith, 29 days from
Hongkong, via Yokohama 18 dayi, via Hono
lulu 7 -days..
Stmr . Coos "Bay, . Nlcoleon, 11 . hours "from
Moss Landlnc. . r~ '-' \u25a0 . -' "\u25a0'\u25a0' \u25a0;> -'\u25a0\u25a0
. Stmr San • Mateo. Fletcher, 4 days from Ta
coma; Oakland direct.
Shipping Intelligence.
ARRIVED.
The Japanese line steamer America Maru
sailed yesterday for China and Japan with a
general cargo valued at $221,520. manifested and
destined as follows: For China, $126,829; Japan,
J75.772: Manila," $12,970; East Indies, $1629; Ko
rea, $2010; Vladivostok, (2310. , The principal
exports were as follows:
To China— 552 lbs butter, 399 cs canned goods,
2420 lbs cheese, 2S00 lbs codfish, 500 lbs copper,
15 cs drugs, is cs dry goods, 12C4 lbs dried fruit,
16,276 bbls flour, 329 bxs fruit, 1021 pkgs gro
ceries and provisions, IS csks ginseng, 5903 lbs
1 case ham and - bacon," 20 bales hay, 180 lbs
hops, 16 bbls liquors, 4148 lbs millstuffs, 10 ctls
oats, 274 crs 335 sks potatoes, 500 lbs dried
peas, 10,300 lbs pearl barley, 65 pkgs paints and
oils, 26 pkgs rubber goods, 2 cs raisins, 325 cs
calmon, 614 cs soap, 959 bales sheeting, 1000 lbs
sugar, 102 lbs Bait, 743 gals wine.
To Japan— 4607 lbs butter, 342 cs canned goods,
500 bales cotton, £07 lbs 10 cs cheese, 6 cs dry
goods, 1020 bbls • flour, 1031 pkgs groceries and
provisions, 374 lbs hops, 747 lbs ham and ba
con. 205 rolls 2 cs leather, 3143 pigs lead, 1 pkg
machinery, 622 lbs roillstuffs, £20 kegs -'nails, 9
cs rubber goods, 112,000 lbs soda ash, 125 cs
salmon, 3C00 lbs sugar, S37.5S6 lbs tan bark, 70
bbls oak extract. 8 cs whisky, 3836 gals wine.'
To Manila— 2000 lbs codfish, - 140 pkgs oil
stoves/ 17,481 gals spirits, 4 cs boots and shoes,
2 pkgs machinery 15 cs electrical^ supplies, 8
cs stationery, 22 pkgs groceries and provisions,
IS pkgs launch parts, 10 bdls paper, 10,762 lbs
ham. ,
To .East Indies^ — 147 eg canned goods, 85 cs
salmon, 3 cs dried fruits.
To Korea— 2309 lbs butter, 175 pkgs groceries
and provisions, 800 lbs millstuffs, 1 case paint,
1 case electrical goods, 9 pkgs wire goods, 6 cs
dry goods, 10 cs canned goods, 2 crs onions, 1
case drujrs, 1 coll rope. .
To Vladivostok— 13,125 lbs dried fruit, 50 bxs
raisins, 200 lbs beans, 7 pkgs carriage material,
600 lbs coffee, 2250 lbs table meal. 4SJ lbs butter.
Departure of the Japanese Liner.
The steamer Umatilla sailed yesterday for
Victojla with .an assorted cargo for British
Columbia Valued at 521,790. The cargo Included
the . following merchandise and produce;
10.C00 lbs sulphur, 1143 pkKs fresh fruit, 75.056
lbs malt, 229 cs canned goods, 8 cs dry goods, 5 cs
fuse, 970 lbs bread, a bdls wire, 40,084 lbs oil
cake meal, 50 bdls paper, 10 pkgs' machinery,'
457 lbs tobacco,' 1000 lbs sugar, 8 cs drvgs, 43
pkgs paints and oils, 9C24 lbs beans, 31,300 lbs
salt 44 cs 548 gals wine, 20 cs meals, S4S lbs
hops, 20,357 lbs coffee, 31 cs honey, 1612 lbs
chocolate, 22 cyls gas, 100 tins matches, 211)
lbs cheese, 100 cs whisky, 1 case drugs, 17 cs
arms and ammunition, 1S9 pkgs raisins, 13,073
lbs 31 cs dried fruit, 70 pkgs paste, 20,031 lba
dried peas, 1S88 pigs lead.
A Cargo for British Columbia.
The Dutch ship Nedejland was chartered
prior to arrival for wheat, flour or merchan
dise to Europe, 40s. .The Italian ship F. S.
Ciampa is free, having passed her canceling
The British bark Haddon Hall' is chartered
for wheat to Europe, 32s 6d, a further decline.
NEWS OF .THE OCEAN.
There will be a busy time on Pacific
street wharf to-day. The Oceanic Steam
ship Company's Australia, for Tahiti, and
the Sonoma, for Australasian ports, are
scheduled to sail, and as both have big
passenger lists there is sure to be a crowd
down to see the steamers off.
The barkentine S. N. Castle, which ar
rived at Honolulu on the 14th inst., report
ed that October 6 in latitude 25 degrees 4t
minutes north, longitude 134 degrees 25
minutes west, a wooden buoy was passed.
Water Front Notes.
The announcement was made yesterday
that Colonel A. J. Vi»u>.g, inquiry clerk
et the main Postoffice, was out of danger.
He had been seriously ill for two weeks,
and a 1 ; one time his life was despaired of.
Colonel Vining: Out of Danger.
DEPABTS FOB THE ORIENT.
Pacific Mall Company's
I steamship City of Peking arrived
I -from the Orient and Hono
11 fulu at an early hour yesterday
morning. She left Yokohama Oc
tober 5 and made the run from the Ha
waiian Islands to San Francisco In seven
days. She brought up thirty-two cabin
and twenty-six steerage passengers, be
sides forty-eight Asiatics and 1476 tons of
cargo.
Those who, came over in the cabin were:
A. S. Bower, wife and son, J. H. Frissell. J.
S. Hermann, Frank Hogan. A. S. Howe, Gen
eral Alexander Kahltmhrs. I. Lehmann and
wife Field Postmaster Lindenan, General M.
I. Ludington. U. S. A., and wife: Mrs. J. A."
McMullen, S. B. Redllck. D. W. Stevens, Ru
fus Williams, Miss Lee Gum, T. lsakson and
E. Lyon. __
From Honolulu— W. M. Alexander. Dr. W. D.
Baldwin. W. Walsh, P. M. Buchanan, wife and
three children, Etnmett May. C. H. Bishop, R.
G. Henderson, Mrs. E. L. Macadory, A. HocU
ing. A. Keech. L. W. Smith, H. R. Dunnlway,
A. Blom and Frank L. Hoogs. »
D. W. Stevens is the attorney of the
Japanese Legation in Washington, D. C.
He has been in Japan for the last four or
five months attending to matters in con
nection with Japanese emigration to this
country. It is also said that while in the
Orient he took up the matter of the loss
of Japanese by the san'.tary fires started
in Honolulu in 1900. Stevens will only re
main, a short time in San Francisco and
will then proceed East.
j Whaling vessels now on the Japanese
coast are liable to bring home good
catches this year. The Peking brings the
news that out of a school of mammals
fifty-three were taken by the hunters.
The product of the whales will be sold to
the California vessels.
Twenty-eight Chinese military authori
ties went from Shanghai to Nagasaki on
the City of Peking. They will attend the
military maneuvers to take place in the
northeastern part of Japan next month.
Steamer Sonoma "Will Wait for Mail.
The steamship Sonoma, bound for Syd
ney, will not gall until 2 o'clock this after
noon, as she will be held until that hour
to receive the English mail. She was
advertised to sail at 10 o'clock this morn
ing, but the mail Is several hours late.
named the William F. Garms Is to bo
launched from C. G. White's shipyards
at Everett November 1. She will be 235
feet long, 40 feet beam, 16 feet 6 incne-.
dqep and will have a capacity of 1,400,000
feet of lumber. The Garms Is to be named
after the popular member of the Schuet
zen Bund and proprietor of the Milwaukee
Brewery. He and his daughter will leave
for the Sound next week to attend the
launching.
A sister schooner to the Okanogan and
Gamble will be launched from Hall's ship
yards at Blakeley next month. . The new
vessel has been built for Pope & Talbot
and will be added to that firm's fleet of
lumber vessels. . ,
Jstmr Corona. Glelow, San Pedro; Goodall.
Perkins & Co. • -"
Br stmr Wellington, Salmond, Oyster Har
bor; R Dunsmuir's Sons Co. ' x
Jap stmr America Mam, Golni?. Hongkong
and Yokohama, via Honolulu; W H Avery.
Eshr Rosamond, Johnson, Honolulu; Wil
liams, Dlmond & Co.
SAILED..
Tuesday, October 22.
Stmr Gipsy, Leland, Santa Cruz.
Stmr Chtco, Jensen, Fort Bragg.
Stmr Progfeso. Harding. Seattle. I -
Stmr John S .Kimball, Thwlng, Seattle.
. • . Wednesday, October 13. .
Stmr Acme, Lundqulst, " Bowens Landing,
with schr Nettie Sundborar In tow.
Stmr Umattlla,' Cousins, Victoria and Puget
Sound ports.
Stmr Celia, Adler, Albion River.
Stmr Sequoia. Winkle,' Kureka.
Br stmr M'elllnKton, Salmond, Oyster,Har
bor.
Jap stmr America Maru, Going, Hongkong,
etc. . "
Barge Santa Paula,. McGovern, Ventura, in
tow of tuff Rescue.
Br bark Melanope, Robinson, Adelaide.*
Schr Ocean Spray, Halversen, Iversens Land
ing. .' .
. Schr Archie and Fontie, Skipper, . Stewarts
Point. h
Schr Nettie Eundljorff, Larsen, in tow of
stmr Acme, i
Schr.Chas Hanson; Swanson, Coos Bay. '
Schr Mary C, Campbell, Bodega.
TELEGRAPHIC.
POINT LOBOS, Oct 23. 10 p m-Weather
foggy; wind SW, velocity 12 miles per hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS.
HARDY CREEK— Sailed Oct 23— Stmr Na
varro. for San Francisco.
POINT ARENA— To sail Oct 24— Schr S Dah
ielHon, for San Francisco, in tow of stmr Na
varro.
• IIOQUIAM— Arrived Oct 23-^Stmr Grace Dol
lar, hence Oct 19.
BALIjARD— Sailed Oct 22— Schr Mildred n,
for San Pedro.
PORT TOWNSEND— Arrived Oct 23— Br bark
Santa, from Honolulu; schr Kona, from Santa
Rosclia.
Sailed' outward — Br bark Battle Abbey, for
Melbourne, from Chemalnus.
FORT BRAGG— Arrived Oct 23— Stmr Chico,
hence Oct 22, to sail Oct 24 for San Francisco.
SEATTL.K— Sailed Oct 22— Stmr City of Se
attle, for Skaffuay.
CASPAR— Sailed Oct 22— Stmr Samoa, for
Snn Pedro, t ' y "
TACOMA— Arrived Oct 23— Ger stmr Eesos
tris, from . Nanalmo. •
" Sailed Oct 23— Srhr Sadie, for San Pedro.
CRESCP:NT CITY— Sailed Oct 22, at 5 p m—
Stmr Crescent City, for San Francisco. . /
PORT HADLOCK— Sailed Oct 23— Schr Chal
lenger, for San Francisco. .
BOWENS LANDING— Sailed Oct 22— Schr
Bender Brothers, for San Francisco.
Arrived Oct 23 — Schr Newark, , hence Oct 22.
Sailed Oct ' 23r-Stmr Luella, for San Fran
cisco.
SAN DIEGO— Sailed Oct 23— Ger stmr Ram
ses, for San .Francisco. - •
VENTURA— Sailed Oct 23— Stmr Coronado,
for -San Francisco. -
PORT LUDLOW— Arrived Oct 23— Bark Gen
Falrehlld, hence via Port Angeles.
Sailed Oct 23— Schr Gueen, for San Fran-
C PORT LOS "ANGELES— Arrived Oct 23— Stmr
Alcazar, from . • - . ' > • .
• EUREKA— Arrived Oct 23— Stmr Eureka,
hence Oct 21; Btmr Lakme, hence Oct 22; schr
Endeavor, from San Pedro.
Sailed Oct 23— Stmr South Coast, for San
Francisco; Bchr. Bertie Minor, for San Fran
cisco; stmr Brunswick, for San Francisco;
stmr IaquR. for San Francisco.
NEAII BAY— Passed inward Oct 2% nt 4:13
p m— Stmr Portland, from Nome, for Seattle.
COOS BAY— Sailed Oct 22— Schr Melancthon,
for San Francisco. . ' .
K GRAYS HARBOR— Arrived Oct 21— Schr Jen
nie Wnnd. hence Oct 12.
Sailed Oct 22— Stmr Aberdeen, for San Fran
cisco, with new stmr Brooklyn in tow, for San
Francisco. Oct. 23— Stmr Newsboy, for San
Francisco. \u25a0 .
SOUTH BEND— Arrived Oct 22— Stmr Rival,
hence Oct 1C. \u25a0 - -
POINT LOBOS— Passed Oct 23. at 12 noon—
Stmr Samoa, from Caspar," for San Pedro.
fJscx ISLAND PORTS.
HONOLULU— Arrived Oct 9-Stmr Samoa,
hence from \u25a0 Sydney, for San Francisco; stmr I
Sierra, hence Oct 3. Oct 10-Bktn Vf-ll Dl
mond, hence Sept 23; bktn Robert Sudden,
from , Newcastle, Aus. Oct 11— Brig 1 Ganeva,
hence Sftnt 23; stmr Peru, hence Oct 5; bars
Albert, from Tacoma. Oct 12 — Bark Alder.
Bes*<e, hence Sept 16. Oct 14— Bark Andrew
Welch, hence Sept 18; bktn S G Wilder 'hence
Sept 28. Oct 15— Bktn SN. Castle, hence Sept
28; r.tmr City of Peking,; from Yokohama. Oct
1«— Br Btmr Carlisle City, from Yokohama
Sailed Oct.fl — Stmr Sierra, for Sydney; stmr
Sonoma, for San Francisco. Oct 12— Bktn Coro
nado, for San Francisco; bktn Kllkltat, for
Port Gamble. , Oct 16^Srhr Robert Lewera, for
Tacoma; ship George v Curtis, for San Fran-
JIAHUKON A— Sailed Oct 10— Schr Honoipu,
for Port Townsend: ' ..-.-.•
• KAHULUI-Arrlved Oct 0-Br bark Antlope
from' Ladysmith.r Oct 13— Bktn James Tuft,
from Newcastle, 'Aus.;;-. \u25a0 . v
- . EASTERN PORT.
NEW YORK— Arrived. Oct 22— Br stmr Dun
ottar, from Manila. •; l :
; • FOREIGN PORTS. ' 1 V> /':
' LIVERPOOIv^In . port Oct 4— Br ship Sena*
tor, - for Seattle.' \u25a0 . •' - , - ... .
.Sailed Oct 10— Ital ship Macdlarmld, for Van-
NAGARAKI— Arrived Oct" 22— U 8 stnjr Bherl
dan, from Manila, for San Francisco (dis
abled). -, \u25a0 : - ' \u25a0 ; .,.
MANILA— Sailed Oct' 22— U.S stmr Warren
for Nasrasnkl. • - - . \u25a0 . * . ,
- HONGKONG— Arrived Oct; 22— Jap Btmr Tosa
Maru, • from Seattle. - ,\u25a0:- . .; ..;.• » .
\u25a0NANAIMO-Salled Oct 22-Nor stmr Tltanla,
for Ban' Francisco. -'• / .-.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0* ' , .
*.- Arrived Oct ; 23— Aus , stmr -Maria, • from Vla
torla. \u25a0 to load ' for \u25a0 San •. Francisco. — :-.
\u25a0 ANTWERr— Arrived' Oct 20— Br ehlp Thirl
mere, from Of egon. \ •
NEW FOUR-MASTED SCHOONER WILLIAM' P. GARMS, WHICH WILL BE LAUNCHED FROM WHITE'S SHIP
YARDS AT EVERETT NEXT MONTH. AND THE POPULAR BREWER AND MEMBER OF. THE SCHUET
ZEN BUND AFTER WHOM SHE IS NAMED.
Adele b. Chretien \ras granted a divorce
from John M. Chretien by Judge Slot-s
yesterday. Mrs. Chretien was given per
mission to resume her maiden name of
Brooks. Chretlr-n is serving a term In
San Quentin prison for forgery in connec
tion with the Sullivan estate case.
Decree? of d'x-crce were granted yester
day to Maren Kiphen from Valentine Kip
hen for extreme cruelty. Margaret L..
Harris from Charles P. Harris for deser
tion, Cecelie E. Reed from John Francis
Reed for extreme crueltv, Alena Spier
from Harry Spier for wlliful neglect.
CharaLubus Kapanerne from Catering
Vaselavo Kapaneras for desertion, Marv
H. Ramage from John F. Ramage for
willful neglect and Sophia Lynch from
George Lynch for cruelty. " .
Mrs. E. M. Carson is in the possession
of two husbands and she ashed the Su
perior Court to annul the bonds of matri
mony which united her to her first choic?.
S£he allepes in the complaint she tiled yes
terday that she marriedOA'illiam F. Gru
ver at Oakland in 1S9S. Two years later,
the aleges, she heard that Gruver was
dead i.nd accepted the attentions of her
present husband, whom she married m
June of this year. 6tr.ee the marriage,
ehe alleges, she learned that Gruver was
alive, and she row seeks to be freed from
him.
In t!ie coxnpleint filed yesterdav Mrs.
Happeisberger alleges that her husbajul
has treated her in a cruel, har&h and in
human manner for the last four years,
bhe alleges that on one occasion when
she tristl to kiss him he EtrucSs her an-i
knocked her down, and that on many
other occasions he beat her. .She BtHl
lurther alleges that during u sickness !j.«
prescribed morphine for her and gave her
ec much cf the tirug that she became ad
dicted :o ihe use of it. It is also alleged
t i:at o:i oivers occasions liappersberger
has kicked and choked her and that in
consequence she became ill and was com
pelled to go to a hospital.
Isaac Joseph, who resides at C25 Laguna
street, fileu a suit for divorce against
ller.rieita Joseph yesterday on the groun-J
of cruelty. In the complaint he alleges
that she threw ealt in his face, called
nini hE.rd names, drank to excess ani
otherwt-e behavt-d in such a manner that
he suffered great mental anguish.
Other suits for divorce were tiled as fol
lows: Sophie Wetterlind against A. V.-
A\etier;iml. lailure to provide; Charles J.
iiower against Kosalind Bower, deser
tion, ar.d G. M. P.csenthal agalnft Kdna
Ucsenficl. cruelty.
Dr. Albert K. Happersberger and his
wile. Luphemia, are again about to al
their troubles in court. This time it Is
airs. Happersberg-cr who takes the initia
tive, and her first move was made yes
terday, when she filed a complaint for
divorce. The affairs cf the couple were
brought to public notice a few months
ago. when Dr. Happersberger sought to
secure a legal separation^ He filed a suit
in whi<-h he al>ged that his wife treated
Mm cruelly. Tho case was never tried
the couple settling their difficulties out of
Claims That for Pour Years
Defendant Has Treated
Her Harshly.
Stmr Gualala, Genereaux, 12 hours from Fish
Hock. -
Stmr National City, IDettmers, 15 hours from
.Fort Braegr. . ---..- \u25a0 : :
Stmr Homer. Donaldson, 23 hours from Eu
\ rel:a. . \u25a0 :
. Stmr Ean Pedro. Jensen, 26'ho.ursrfrom Eu
, : rcka; bound south; put in to land passengers.
Stmr Coqullle. River, Johnson, 20 hours from
Fort Brncg. \u25a0
Schr Jos Rush, Anderson, 21 days from Pert
•ElaUeley. • • . .
\u25a0' CLEARED.
Tuesday, October 22.
Dr bjrli Robinson. Adelaide; J J
Moore & Co. \u25a0 . .
••:• Wednesday, October 23.,
Stmr Argyll, Gllboy, Panama; Panama R R
& H 8 Line.
Stmr TJmntilla. Cousins, Victoria and Port
Townserfd; (Joodn)l. Perkins & Co.
;* y \u25a0 \u25a0 - - \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0
Cruelty.
'Wife of Dentist Asks
for Divorce, Alleging
The City, of Peking Brings Over Many Notables From China and
Japan While the America ly.arii Takes Away a Large Grcwd of
Passengers and. Much Freight for Honolu'u and Asian Ports
HAPPERSBERGERS
AGAIN IN COURT
ORIENTAL STEAMSHIPS ARRIVE
AND DEPART ON REGULAR TIME
THE SA^ JPRANOISCO CALL, THURSDAY; OGTOBER 24; 1901.
Steamer Movements.
7
NEW ADVEBTI6EMENTS.
OEOUGE WASHINGTON'S QUEUE.
It Hid a Luxuriant Suit of Straight
and' Very Bark Hair.
The Father of his Country ; concealed a
luxuriant , suit of hair beneath his queue
•wig.' Many, now wish the old fa3hlon were
in vogue ,to conceal • thinned hair or \u25a0 bald-
ness.' Yet no one need have thin hair nor
be . bald if he cure the dandruff that
causes 'both.. Dandruff cannot be cured
by scouring the scalp, because it Is a germ
disease, and the - germ has ' to be killed.
Newbro's Herpicide -\u25a0 kills- the \u25a0 dandruff
germ— no ; other . =. hair preparation will.
"Destroy the causey you remove the ef-
fect." -. There's no cure . for dandruff but
to : kill the germ. • -.' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 . ' >^.
PALACE^ HOTEL.
: For a . quarter ' of a century thess
hotels have been the headquarters of
tourists and \; travelers who , hato
journeyed from all parts of the world.
to San " Francisco. Guests -enter*
tain ed on the American or European
plan." \u25a0.:;•. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0X;; " :,\u25a0.-;\u25a0 '. : h \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0;' • j?1
p RA NDH GTTE L.
GOLD DUST.
Itt the COLD DUST itfiss do your r/crk."
GOLD DUST
makes the clothes whits and clean without injury to
the fttric in an7 way.
" Ho Jsework is hard work without Gold Dust"
For trreatest economy buy our larce package.
THE II. K. FAIREANK COMPANY. Chicago.
STATEMENT
OF THE
CONDITION AND AFFAIRS
— OF THE
Fidelity and Deposit
COMPANY
OF BALTIMORE. IN THE STATE OF
Msryland, on the Slst day of Deceraber.
A. D. 1300. nnd for the year ending on that
day. as made to the Insurance Commissioner
of the State of California, pursuant to the pro-
visions of Sections 610 and Cll of the Political
Code, ;ondensed as per blank furnished by the-
ComnrsEloner:
CAPITAL.
Amount of Capital Stock, paid up In
Cash tLEOO.COO 00
ASSETS. "
Keal Kstate owned by Company $609,000 00
Cash Merket Value of all Stocks and
Bones owned by Company 3,364,817 00
Cash In Company's Office 41.613 14
Cafh In Banks 277.8TI &7
Premiums In due Course of Collec-
tion 97.ST2O8
Total Assets ." J4.381.313 73
LIABILITIES. "~ ~~~~
Jjoese* adjusted and unpaid .'. $4,479 89
I^osses in process of Adjustment or
In SuBp«nee 45,127 81
Ix>Ese» resisted. Including expenses.. 1C5.D53 39
Gross premiums on Risks running
one year or less, $.. ; rein-
surance £0 per cent K0.21S S9
Total Liabilities JSC5.409 48
-
' IXCOME.
, Xet cjish actually received for pre-
miura« '. $1,138,2C2 47
R^cei^ed for Interest and dividends
on Eonds, Stocks, Loans and from
rll ether sources 133.671 43
P.ece!ved for Rents 38.453 32
Jieceived from all other sources • 7S'."iS Z2
Total Income 5l,SS6,J."O 7.',
EXPENDITURES.
Nrt amount paid for Lovses (includ-
ing: f losses of previous
yean?) I37I.2S9 86
Dividends to Stockholders £62.447 50
TaJd or allowed for Commission or
Brokerage 279,2613*
Paid 'or Salaries. Keen and other
charges for of fleers, clerks, etc 77, £55 04
Paid :'or State, National and Local
tax*i £2.319 11
AH ©tier payments and expenditures 179,891 44
Total Expenditures .$1,222.514 23
EDWI.V WARFIELD, President.
IIAKRT NICODEMUS, Aes't Secretary.
Subscribed and ivorn to before me this 8th
day oJ January. 1S0L FRE'D K. AXTELL,
Notary Public.
FRANK Lr~GILBERT,
GENERAL AGENT,
ROOMS 24-25
/ Tenth Floor Mills Building,
-*t \ ' San Frnneisco.
AMUSEMENTS.
BEST VAUDEVILLE POSSIBLE!
-.:.'. it ; J— \u25a0 - \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0
Bsaux and Belles, Mignonette Kokin,
.Francis lie Page, John.' Geiger, and
the Biograph. Last times of Mon-
roe, Mack and Lawrence, De Courcy
Brothers, Joe, Buster and Myra
Xcaton.
Reserved Seats. 23c; EaJcony, 10c; Box Seats
ami Opera" Chairs.- 50c. •' • .. < •
ALL THIS AND NEXT . WEEK. s
Evary Night including: Sunday, j
MATINEE SATURDAY.
STUART ROBSON
- In the Greatest Production Ever Made of
Branson Howard's Masterpiece,
MR. ROBSON' AS BERTIE. TflE LAMB.
An All-Star Cast. Including Many Favprltes.
* "2d and' Last Week Begins Next Monday.
Nov. 4— MRS. SARAII~COWELL-LE MOYN'E.
' MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
To-night and »Every Evening Thia Week,
WALTER B. PERKINS,
One of America's Foremost Comedians In
"THE MAN FROM MEXICO."
. . Tfce Funniest o£ Funny Farces.
, BY H. A. DU SOUCHET. "
POPULAR. PRICES.... ....lCc. 13c. 25c. 50c. 73c
. Good Orchestra Seats All Matinees. 25c.
~. 'Branch Ticket Office Emporium.
Next Week— WALTER E. PERKINS IN "MY
j FRIEND FROM INDIA."
CHUTES_AND ZOO
Big Vaudeville Show!
HARRY HARMON,
In His Famoui 9C-?oot Dive.
SPECIAL TO-NIGHT!
THE A MA TEURS
AND A
LADIES' WOOD-SAWING CONTEST.
Telep^qne for -Seats— Park J3.
BASEBALL,
SAN FRANCISCO vs. OAKLA\JX
To-day(Thursday)and Friday a!3 P.M.
SUNDAY. . ; . . . : -. „ . ;AT 2:3O P. M.
RECREATION PARK,
Eighth »nd Harrison ttreeti.
Weekly Call, $1 per Year
HEADQUARTERS FOR HEATING
APPARATUS OF ALL KINDS. ..
WARM AIR. \
HOT WATER,
alii § g |y i-H
BLUE FLAME. ' . ' \u25a0 •
WITH OR WITHOUT WICKS.
NO ODOR.
So smSII: 309 to 317 Market Street.
San Francisco. ,-'. ..
ADVERTISEMENTS.
-• AMUSBMENTS.
ALL THIS WEEK.
MATINEE SATUnDAT. '
NEW AND SURPRISING.
THE BIG FARCE COMEDY COMPANY JN
A FEMALE DRUMMER.
A MUSICAL FARCE.
INCLUDING CHARMING. LOVELY, CLKVEIt
JOHNSTONE BENNETT.
SEATS NOW BELLING.
NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT— THE BIG NEW
YORK SENSATION.,.
"SPORTING; LIFE^'
SEATS NOW: READY. . ',
\u25a0 Evenlnps at 8 Sharp!'
MATINEE SATURDAY at J Sharp!
LAST TWO WEEKS OP GRAND OPRRA.
To-night. Sunday Night and Saturday Matinee,
, - - Great Production of . Puccini's . .
"LA BOHEME."
\u25a0 \u25a0" Friday, Saturday,
"JNORMA,"
With AVEDANO. the Great Tenor.
MONDAY, October 28th.
GRAND TESTIMONIAL TO DIRECTQIl
. STEINPORFF. . .
POPULAR PRICES— 25c. 50c, 75e.
: Telephone Bush 9.
ETJiSfc mf* BSf Jtt "T K? B* B^
BELASCO & THALL... ........Managers
' LAST FOUR NIGHTS, -
Everybody Surrenders to "
THE GIRL
IN THE BARRACKS,
She's So Jolly. \u25a0
MATINEES SATURDAY "AND SUNDAY.
- Seats on Sale Six Days in Advance. .'
PRICES...... lac, 25c, 3oc, u9c and 75c
NEXT— "TENNESSEE'S PARDNER."
BElASCOAMTHAlC&jfofQg,
4MNWIC CITY HMJL%
nr> ijjf'"ir^ every evening
I HH/ -THIS WEEK
* * \u25a0* .*— ' ' , The Big.
/v/Vfrtm J"\ xl T Melodramatic
/^/\u25a0T^T^iklWT Success.,
I fill llV SEETHE]
Ljl I 1 I '' I 1 1 1 GREAT
V Vf.i 1 I Vil COTTON
vriiT/t r^_ scenes'
l/3lu!av The Sensation of tho
K 111? MATlNEE ge- SATUR-
JLi.rn.ll \JI DAY and SUNDAY.
raY'^c Evenings.. ....... ..10c, 15c. !5c," 35e, 58c
V/T.J Matlnees.v ."...........10c. 15c 25c'
NEXT \u25a0; WEEK-'.'The \u25a0 Great \u25a0 North-areat." '
FISCHER'S 'concert^ house,
: - dEISSLER '-' HIRSCHHORN :, TYROLEAN
TROUPE; Claire < Fex; Geo. j Jones; Maud Pe
Almat Harry. Holmes; Herr Huber;, Eleanore
Jenkins and . Hlnrichs' Orchestra. . \u25a0 , .
' Reserved Seats. 25c. . Matinee Sunday.- '
rSUTRO BATHS.
OPENNIGHTS
> OPEN DAILY FROM 7 A. . M. TO ll'p It
' BATHING FROM 7 A. M. TO 10:30 P* M*
* • ADMISSIOXplOc. CHILDREN, -Be.
Bathing, including admission, 25c; children, 20c
•errmoMT iim n the moctir « camhi ce. Cincinnati
rp=^|HOICE- bed sets in Irish point lace,
iH^ or t am k°ured, embroidered muslin,
WSsSffl should be washed with Ivory Soap
to preserve their beauty. If they are of an
ecru tint, a little strong coffee should be
added to the rinsing water. The vegetable
oils of which Ivory Soap xs made fit it for
many special uses, for which other soaps
are unsafe and unsatisfactory.
IVORY SOAP IS 99**iU PER CENT. PURE.

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