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THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1902.
¦ 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-llvo minutes later than at Fort Point;
the height of tide Is the same at both places.
BRITISH SHIP WHICH ARRIVED IN THIS PORT LAST SUNDAY FROM
GLASGOW AFTER. AN. EVENTFUL VOYAGE, DURING WHICH SHE
: TWICE NARROWLY ESCAPED DESTRUCTION.
TUESDAY, MAY 27.
150 bbls flour, 31 cs boots and shoes. 8
pkgs bicycles and sundries. 940 lbs bread.
70.164 lbs bran. 6277 lbs corn, 14.084 lbs mid
dlings, 200 lbs meal. 1750 bales hay 460*» lbs
beans. 4115 lbs oats. 269.175 lbs rolled "bar
ley. 31 ctls ¦wheat. 250 lbs butter, 309 lbs
cheese. 254 cs canned goods. 672 sks coal «>4
pkrc dry goods. 12 pkgs drugs, 20 pkgs fresh
fruit. 717.010 lbs fertilizer, C9 pkgs groceries
and provisions. 639 lbs ham and bacon, 41
cs liquors, 150 lbs hops. 1820 lbs lard. 200
rbls lime. 6870 ft lumber, 31 kegs nails 785
The bark Santiago, wbllcb sailed on Sun
day for HIlo. carried & general cargo, valued
at $37,562, Including the following merchan
dise and produce:
A Cargo for HUo.
Notice to Mariners.
COLUMBIA RIVER. SHIP CHANNEL
ACROSS THE BAR AS FAR AS ASTORIA,
OREGON.
Notice is hereby given that the Peacock Spit
bell buoy, a nun-shaped latticework body
surmounted by a bell, heretofore reported hav
ing gone adrift from its position, was replac
ed on its station May 24. 1902.
This notice affects the List of Beacons and
Buoys. Pacific Coast. 1902. page 52.
By order of the Lighthouse Board
W. P. DAY,
Commander. V. S. N.. Lighthouse Inspector.
Office of U. S. Inspector Thirteenth Light
house District. Portland, Or., May 24 1902.
The United States Navy hospital steamship
Solace called yesterday for Guam and Manila.
Among her passengers were sixty-four cadets
for distribution among the ships of the Asiatic
squadron.
Sails for^tlie Orient.
Coptic Sails To-Day.
The Occidental and Oriental steamship Cop
tic will sail at 1 o'clock to-day for the Orient.
Bhe will carry a large number of passengers
and has a larger cargo than vessels on this
run have carried for some time.
Edith Arrives.
The steam collier Edith, Captain Holt ar
rived yesterday, ninety-three hours from Seat
tle.
The British ship Lydgate was cleared yester
day for Queenstown for orders, with 87.301
cental* wheat, valued at ?99.625 and 23,000
feet lumber as dunnage, valued at 5300.
Shipping Merchants.
patters of Interest to Mariners an«l
1TEWS OF THE OCEAN.
Popular Railroad Man Promoted.
The Denver and Rio Grande Railroad
Company has decided to establish a local
offlc in Los Angeles. Timothy Mee. for
many years traveling passenger agent for
the company, with headquarters In this
city has been appointed as general agent
of Southern California. His appointment
was a pleasant surprise to his friends, as
he is immensely popular throughout the
entire State. He is a prominent member
of the Elks. Brodie K. Smith has been
appointed traveling passenger agent here
to succeed Mr. Mee.
Round trip transfer tickets now on sale
at any of our offices. One trunk (round
triD) 50 cents. Morton Special Delivery.
408 Taylor street. 650 Market street and
Oakland ferry depot. •
Notice to Passengers.
The case ot T. J. Estrange and Charles
Crawford, charged with vagrancy, was
dismissed by Judge Cabaniss yesterday.
They were arrested at the depot. Third
anc". Townsend streets," last Friday night
by Detectives Crowley and Lewin of tne
Southern Pacific. The Judge held that
the allegations in the complaint had not
been sustained. John Hansen and Ed
ward Price, alias the "Sheeny Kid," ar
rested on Market street Saturday night
by Detectives Regan and O'Connell on a
charge of vagrancy, were called, before
Judge Cabaniss yesterday and the cases
continued till to-morrow.
Alleged Bunko Men Dismissed.
The case of obtaining money by false
pretenses against Oscar S. Rothschild,
sen of the senior member- of the. firm of
Rothschild & Ehrenpfort, candy manu
facturers, 33 Main street, was dismissed
by Judge Cabaniss yesterday. Repre
sentations were made to the Judge that
the young man was to be shipped as
cabin boy on a vessel to sail for South
Africa which would keep him out of
temptation. Detective Crockett was in
structed to see that he was taken oh
board the vessel, which is to sail this
morning. ,
Shipped as Cabin Boy.
gal3 oil. 34 pkgs onions. 205 pkga ! potatoes,
u74 bags plaster. 35 pkgs paper, 8 pkgs paste,
10 cs and 5 bbls salmon. 750 lbs starch. 25
cs soap. 29 bdls steel. 2770 lbs smoking tobac
co. 5 cs cigars. 20 cs whiskey, 0960 gals wine.
TO ARRIVE.
SYDNEY, NSW — Arrived May 26— Stmr Mo
ana, from Vancouver, via Honolulu, i
HONGKONG — Arrived May 26 — Stmr Vic
toria, from Victoria, B C, and Tacoma, via
Yokohama. • •
NEW YORK — Arrived May 26 — Stmr Zee
land, from Antwero.
BOSTON — Arrived May 26 — Stmr Merlon,
from Liverpool. . '
ST JOHNS, N F— Arrived May 26 — Strr.r
Euenos Ayrean, from Glasgow and Liverpool,
for Halifax and PhiladelDhla.
HAMBURG — Arrived May 26— Stmr Patri
cia, from New York, via Plymouth and Cher
bourg.
GIBRALTAR — Arrived May 26 — Stmr Trave,
from New York^ for Naples and Genoa. .
LIVERPOOL — Arrived May 26 — Stmr Liv
onia, from Montreal.
BREMEN— Arrived May 26— Stmr Bremen,
from New York, via Cherbourg.
LONDON— Sailed May 26— Stmr Manitou, for
New York. V
OCEAN STEAMERS.
VANCOUVER— Arrived May 26— Shto Dash
ing Wave, from Seattle.
PANAMA — Sailed May- 24^ — Stmr Argyll, for
San Francisco.
MAZATLAN — Sailed May 24^ — Stmr- City of
Sydney, for San Krancisco.
ANTWERP — In port April 25— Br__ship Sol
way, for Astoria.
VANCOUVER, B C — Sailed May 26 — Ship
Dash in? Wave, for Skacway; Br stmr Em
press of India, for Hongkong.
A man giving the name of "William Ad
ams was arrested by Detectives Ryan
and O'Dea last night and confessed to
having victimized merchants out of goods
valued at several hundred dollars.
Adams was formerly employed as an
assistant janitor in the Hay ward build
ing. He was discharged from that posi
tion and soon afterward, the police
charge, he forged the name of John Ad
ams, head janitor of the building, to
three orders for supplies. Afterward, the
police claim, he carried on a systematic
swindling of wholesale houses. It is
charged that he had printed letterheads
of a number of prominent buildings
throughout the city, and attiring himself
as a janitor would visit stores with orders
written on such paper and procure any
thing in the way of supplies he desired.
A partial list of the houses victimized
are- B. Dailam, $20; Palace Hardware
Company. $40; Baker & Hamilton, $100;
Boston -Rubber Company, $25; Montague
& Co., $15; Miller, Sloss & Scott, $40; Hol
brook, Merrill & Stetson, $20; Brown
Bros.. $40; Harry Unna Company, $10, and
Robinson & Co., $100.
plies on Forged Orders From
Buildings.
Tormer Janitor Secures Many Sup-
WHOLESALE HOUSES '
ABE HIS VICTIMS
J. Courtenay Bennett, the British Con
sul General, through F. W. Everton of
the Sailors' Institute, has Instituted
criminal . proceedings against Thomas
Murray and Harry Hansen, two sailors'
boarding-house keepers, for violating sec
tion 644 of the Penal Code by enticing
bailors from the British ship Stronsa,
which is a misdemeanor. The complaint
was sworn to by Everton before Judge
Cubaniss yesterday. He was accompanied
by the Consul General.
The ship arrived from Glasgow, Scot
land, Sunday and it is alleged that Mur
ray and Hansen and other boarding
house keepers rowed out to the vessel,
boarded her and treated the men in the
forecastle to whi3key and rum. The men
were promised good positions on coast
ing vessels if they would desert the ship.
Eight of them left with Murray and
Kansen and they were distributed among
the different boarding-houses on' the
front.
- Yesterday E. U. Simonsen, one of the
deserters, called at the office of the Brit
ish Consul General to be reshipped. Cap^
tain Jones of the Stronsa happened to be
in the . office at the time and recognized
Simonsen as one of his men. He asked
for an explanation and Simonsen told
about what had happened on board the
vessel on Sunday. It was at once de
cided to prosecute Murray and Hansen
as the term of service of the deserters
had not expired.
The section of the Penal Code under
which the complaint was drawn reads:
"Every person who entices seamen to de
sert from any vessel lying in the waters
of this State and on board of which they
have shipped for a term or voyage un
explred at the time of such enticement
is guilty of a misdemeanor."
Murray and Hansen were arrested and
released on $300 bonds each.
The British Consul General
Is~Interested in the
Proceedings.
T. Murray and J. Hansen
Are Arrested on
Warrants.
ENTICE SEAMEN
FROM A VESSEL
TO SAIL.
Sun, Moon and Tide.
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey
Times and Heights of High and Low
Waters at Fort Point, entrance to San
The Time Ball on the tower of the Ferry
building was dropped exactly at noon to-day,
i. e., at noon of the 120th meridian, or at 8
p. m., Greenwich time.
W. H. STANDLEY,
Lieutenant, U. S. N., in charge.
Branch Hydrographic Office, U. S. N., Mer
chants' Exchange, San Francisco, Cal.,
May 26, 1902.
Time Ball.
THE steamship George "W. Elder,
which arrived yesterday from
Astoria, had a terrific experience
at the outset of her outward voy
age frbm* this port. . She left
here on May 18 and all went well
until an attempt was made to
round Point Reyes. There was a big
sea runnine. but the Elder has faced big
seas before and Captain Clem Randall has
weathered' too many gales In tugboats to
feel fear on the. bridge of a stanch. Bteami
ship. As the Elder poked her nose around
the shelter of the point she received the
full force of the hurricane, in recording
which the weather man at the Point
Reyes station made a record that may
win him promotion. While the instru
ments in charge of, Weather Observer W.
W. Thomas were telling of wind velocity
that made the Galveston hurricane seem
like a trade wind. Captain Randall was
finding out that there were forces In
nature greater than could be generated In
the boilers of the Elder. The wind ef
fectually barred the steamship's progress
and every time her head appeared beyond
the lee of the/land, round it was whirled
by the awful force of the wind. After an
hour of fighting, in which the Elder made
not "one foot of headway, she turned tail
and ran for the friendly shelter of Drakes
Bay. There the Elder anchored about S
p. m. and there she remained until 5 a. m.
of May 19. There were eighteen coasting
schooners sheltering in Drakes Bay when
the iSlder reached the friendly anchorage
and before she resumed her voyage the
fleet was augmented by the German
steamship Serapis, the big freighter
Hyades and a few more sailing craft/
When the Elder sailed the following
morning she went out in the teeth of a
stiff gale, but was able to hold her own
and make fair time to her northern des
tination. Before leaving the steamship
the passengers took occasion to express
to Caotain Randall their appreciation of
his watchful care in the time of danger.
Captain Randall says that he never be
fore felt tho wind blow with such vio
lence.
FROM SEATTLE.
NOTE~In the above exposition of tl}Q tides
th» early morning tld#« a?« given, in the left
hand column and the - successive j tides of tho
day. In the order of occurrence as to time: tho
fourth time column gives the last tide of tho
day. except when there are but three tides, as
sometimes occurs. The heights given are in
addition to the soundings of the United States
Const Survoy 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 tho lower low waters.
Movements of Steamers.
_ Monday, May 2<$.
Stmr Mashfield, Dettmers. 31 hours from Eu
reka, via Hardy Creek 19 hours.
Stmr Redwood City. Hansen, 11 hours from
Bowens Landing.
Stmr O C Lmdauer. Allen, 52 hours from
Grays Harbor.
Stmr Geo "W Elder, Randall, 60 hours from
Portland, via Astoria 45 hours.
Stmr Edith, Hall. 93 hours from Seattle.
Btmr State of California, Thomas, 42 hours
from San Dleso.
Stmr Arcata, Nelson, 51 hours from Coos
Bay.
btmr Ruth, Erlckson, 42 hours from Port
Lcs Angeles.
Stmr rianta Monica. Olsen, 26 hours from
Eureka; bound south; cut In to land passen
gers, r-
Bktn Arajro, Genbersr, 5 days from Wlllapa
Harbor.'
•;,;: CLEARED.
¦ ' -¦,-',- ¦ . •' r Monday, May 20.
Stmr City of Puebla. Jensen, .Victoria and
Port Townsend : Goodall, Perkins & Co.
Stmr- Newsboy, Andersen, Nome; Geo D Gray
& Co. , .
§tmr Chas Nelson, Schage, Seattle: E T
Kruse.
Br ship Lydsrate, Jones, Queenstown; J J
Moore & Co.
SAILED.
• Monday, May 20.
Stmr Bonlta, Nopander, San Pedro.
Stmr "VVhltesboro, Olsen, Greenwood.
Stmr City of Puebla, Jepsen, Victoria, etc.
Stmr Santa Monica, Olsen, San Pedro.
Stmr Arsro, Dunham, Port Kenyon.
Stmr Celia, Hogan, Albion.
Stmr Coquille River, Johnson, Fort Bragg.
Stmr Newsboy, : Anderson, Nome.
Stmr Ruth, Krickson, Eureka.
U S Etmr Solace, Singer, Honolulu, Guam
and Manila.
Whaling stmr Bonanza, Smith, whaling voy
aje.
Bark Diamond Head. Peterson, Seattle.
Brig W G Irwln, Garthley, Roche Harbor.
Schr Barbara Hernster, Benedikston, Nome
and Golofnin Bay.
Schr Mayflower, Gudmanson, Coquille River.
/ SPOKEN.
f May 20, lat 47 N, Ion 27 W — Br ship Greta,
from Frassr River, for Liverpool.
TELEGRAPHIC.
POINT L0B08, May 26, 10 p m— Weather
thick; wind SW, velocity 20 miles per hour.
DOMESTIC PORTS
POINT LOBOS — Passed May 'M, at 6:30 a m
— Stmr Aztec, from Port Los Angeles, for Xa
nalmo.
SEATTLE — Arrived May 25 — Stmr South
Portland, hence May 20.
I Sailed May 25 — Schr Martha W Tuft, for
Nome; U-S stmr Manning for Bering Sea.
Sailed May 2(5 — Br ship . Dunslaw, for
Queenstown; schr Jas H Bruce, for Bristol
Bay.
Arrived May 26 — Stmr Centennial, hence
May 22.
PORT TOWNSEND— Sailed May 26— Schr
Wm 'H Smith, for St Michael. -
Passed May 26 — Stmr Mackinaw, hence May
22. for Tacoma: Br bark Dunslaw, for Queens
town.
Passed Inward May 20 — Stmr Centennial,
¦ hence May 22, for Seattle.
SAN PEDRO— Arrived May 26— Stmr Samoa j
from Bowens Landing; stmr Alcazar, from
Greenwood; stmr Santa Cruz, hence May 24.
Sailed May 26 — Stmr Santa Cruz, for San
Francisco.'
NEAH BAY — Passed out May 26 — Schr Mar
tha W Tuft, for Nome; .schr W H SmithVfor
St Michael; bktn Willie R Hume, for San
Pedro.
Passed in May 26— Br stmr Caithness, hence
May 21, for Comox. :,y - .
VENTURA— Sailed May 25— Stmr . Prentisa
for San Francisco. \
PORT HADLOCK— Sailed May 26— Bktn Re
triever, for San Francisco.'
PORTLAND— Arrived May 26 — Ship Speke
from Adelaide. - •
• Sailed May 2(5 — Stmr Alliance, for San Fran
cisco. ¦
TACOMA— Arrived May 25— Schr Fred E
Sander, from Port Townsend. May 26— Stmr
Selkirk, from Alaska; stmr Urflatllla, hence
May 21, and. called for Seattle; stmr South
Portland, from Seattle.
Sailed May 2«— Stmr Elihu Thomson, for
Alaska.
Sailed May 26 — Schr Philippine, for Hono
lulu. .
PORT GAMBLE— Sailed May 20 — Schr Ida
Schnauer, for San Francisco.
COOS BAT— Arrived May 26— Stmr Signal,
hence May '22.
SAN DIEGO— Arrived May 26— Schr Geo W
Watson, from Port Blakeley; schr Wawona,
from San Pedro.
. EUREKA — Arrived May 25 — Stmr Eureka,
hence May 24; schr Ida McKay, from San
iPedro.' 1
Sailed May 23 — Stmr Santa Monica, for San
Francisco. ' ' \
Sailed May 26— Bktn Geo C Perkins, for
Honolulu; stmr Eureka, for San Francisco;
atmr Fulton, for San Francisco.- .
ASTORIA— Sailed May 2tt— Stmr Iaqua, for
San Francisco.
, FORT BRAGG— Sailed May 25— Stmr Noyo,'
for '. Redondo. . ' ;
ALBION RIVER— Arrived May 25— Stmr Al
bion I River, hence 'May 24.
BALLARI>— Sailed May 25 — Sehr Ruth E
Godfrey, for^San Pedro.
GRAYS HARBOR— Sailed May 24— Stmr
Newburg. May 25 — Schr Halcyon, for San"
Francisco; • schr. Fannie Adele, for Nome.
Arrived May 25 — Stmr San Pedro, hence
May-22. - ¦• ¦ : -
PORT TOWNSEND — Passed outward May
20 — Schr Ida Schnauer, from Port Gamble, . for
San Francisco; . bktn Retriever, from Port
Hadlock, for San Francisco. ,
. SEATTLE— Sailed May 20— Stmr -Excelsior,
for Valdes; stmr James H Bruce, for' Bristol
Bay. : ¦¦- • " - ' '¦ " • ¦•
- Arrived May 26— Stmr Centennial, from San
ASTORIA— Sailed. May 26— Stmr Iaqua. for
: S&llFranCl3C^REIGN PORTS. ' •
• SINGAPORE — : Arrived prior to May 26— Br
stmr Inventc, -.from ¦ Norfolk, for Manila.
NEWCASTLE,- England — Arrived May ,23 —
Br ship -Wlicnmbe Park, hence Jan 16. ,
¦ HULL— Sailed May 25 — Fr'-bark Empereur
Menelik, for San Francisco. v
. SHIELDS — Sailed May 25 — Br ship Metropo
lis, for San '- Francisco. .
. SWANSEA— Sailed May 20-^-Fr bark Jean,
for : San Francisco. •- " . ¦ *; .
• LAS'PAJ.MAS — Arrived prior to May 24—
Nor:stmr Mathilda, from- Tacoma.- \ :
¦ Newcastle; aus — sailed May 26 — ship st
David, •' for • Manila. * -:'['* :¦
Shipping Intelligence.
ARRIVED.
Steamship George W. Elder Reports a Rough Experience Off Point
Reyes on Last Voyage to Astoria, Where, the Storm
;. Her Progress and /After a Struggle Her to Drakes Bay
FINDS HER ENGINES OF NO AVAIL
AGAINST HURRICANE'S GREAT FORCE
7
Sun rises
Sun sets
Uoon rise
3 Time
» H~W
!7 1:20
!8 2:09
» 3:15
10 4:40
L W
tl 0:30
1 1:20
2 2:08
8 2:59
'8 '
Time • Time
Ft. Ft.
LW H W
4.5 8:39 0.5 4:17
4.2 9:21 0.8 4:56
3.9 10:11 1.1 5:35
B.7 11:08 1.4 5:15
H W L "\V
2.3 8:13 3.7 12:03
7.7 7:3.1 3.9 12:54|
1.0 8:50 4.0 1:45
0.1 9:55 4.2 2:3<3 ;
Ft.
4.5
4.7
4.9
CO
iiV6i"i
ITlmel
L w
0:00
10:20
11:20
.4:50
.7:23
3. m.
3.1
3.2
Ft.
1.8
2.1
2.S
2.5
H W
6:51
7:31
8:11
8:52
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5.8
Steamer.
Destination.
Sails.
Pier.
Brooklyn..
C Nelson. .
Olympic...
Rival
Valencia...
Pomona....
Rainier....
Coptic.....
Phnc-nlx....
Mnndalay..
Arctic
O. Dollar..
Coronado..
Cltv Tara..
G. Elder...
Arcata. . . . .
Kureka....
State Cal..
Coos Bay. .
May 2T. I
Point Arena
Seattle & Tacoma. .
Whatcom & Falrhvn
Willapa Harbor ...
Nome via Seattle..
Humboldt
Seattle & Whatcom.
China & Japan
May 38.
Mendoclno City ...
CoQutlle River
Humboldt
Grays Harbor
Grays Harbor
Panama & Way...
AstoMa & Portland.
May 29.
Coos Bay & Pt. Orfd
Humboldt
San Diego & Way..
May 3O.
Dan Pedro & Way..
May 31.
Point Arena . .....
Humboldt
Honolulu ...........
Puget Sound Ports.
June 1. |
Grays Harbor j
San Diego & Way. .
Nome via Golofnin.
Portland & Way..'.
June 2. .
Humboldt . .........
Grays Harbor .....i
Astoria - & Portland
. . June 3. . '
Newport &-Way...
Nome & St. Michael
' i - June 5.
Puget Sound .Ports.
; ¦ • Jane , 6.
: China & Japan....
Ham be & Way Pts.
4 pm
10 am
5 pm
3pm
lt\am
1:30 p
5 pm
1 pm
3 pm|
5 pmi
12 m
4 pm
10 am
12 m
11 am
3 pin
9 am
0 am
J ft arn
i Pier 2
Pier 2
Pier 2
Pter 2
Ptfr 9
Pier 9
Pier 2
PMSS
I Pier 13
iPier 2
Pier ,2
Pier 2
Pier 2
PMSS
Pier 24
I ¦ • ¦
Pier IS
Pier 13
Pier 11
Pier 11
Pt. Arena..
North For*
AlamedP.. ..
Queen.....
2 pm
0 am
2 pm
11 am
Pier 2
Pier 2
Pier 7
Pier 0
Sequ^lr- . . .
Santa Rosa
C. Nelson..
Alliance. .;
I 4 pm|
0 am
Pier 2
Pier 11
Pier —
Pier —
......
.,...,
S. Monica. .
Chebalis...
'Columbia..
10 am
4 pm
i 11 am
*•>¦»;?¦*¦:
IPler 2
Pier 2
Pier 24
Bonlta. . . . .
St. Paul..'.
I 0 am
Plerll
Pier —
I
I..:...
Umatilla...
11 am
Pier. 1 0
Amer. Marti
Serapis.....
l : pm
PMSS
Pier —
I
Steamer.
'or.
Sails.
Dlrlgo.. ..,. ;
E. Thompson.
Centennial..'
Dolphin......
Cottage City.
Senator. . . . . •
Garrone.l.'V. .
Koanoke....-
Ohio..*. ......
C. of Seattle;
C. of Topeka.
Farallon . . . . .
Oregon.. .....
chico .•..:.::.
-Lvra...v. :'.'..
Chus. Nelson.
Skairway - & Way Ports.
Nome & St. Michael...
Nome direct ¦•"......•. , ." .
Skagway ; & Way • Eorts.
Ekaicway, & Way Ports.
Name .........'.........
Nome & St. lllchael. . . .
Nome & St. Michael....
Nome & St. Michael....
Skagway; & ; Way Ports.
Skagway i & * Way ' Ports.
Skagway & w »y Ports.
Nome ...... . . ....... ;-. .
Hope City & Way Pts..
Nome & Bt. < Mlcnael; .».'.
CJolofnln ¦ Bay > direct.:".".
May 27
May. 27
May 29
May 29
May 30
Jun© 1
June . ' 1
June 1
June 3
June ' 4
June' 4
June { 5
June ' 6
June ' 5
June - 5
June . 5
AMUSEME2TTS.
vaudevilljTmagnates.
Peter F. Bailey and Company; Stuart
Barnes; Two Little Pucks; 8 Pic-
chiani Sisters; Midg-ley and Car-
lisle; Irfjtta Gladstone; Little Elsie;
Dooley and Fowley and the Bio-
graph.
SPECIAL UATINETDECORATHM DAY.
Reserved Seats. 25c; Balcony, 10c; Box
Ee2ts and Opera Chairs, BOc.
'Pflll IIMRIA SMmRCSD0 ' 8
IMISB THEATRE
Powell Street, Near Market.
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK,
INCLUDING SUNDAY.
MATINEE SATURDAY ONLT.
KATHRYN
KIDDER
In a NotableRevival of David Garrick'sComedy,
"THE COUNTRY GIRL."
Management of George H. Brennan.
Next "Week — Last Nishts of KATHRYN
KIDDER and her first appearances In Alex- !
ander Dumas'
"FRANCILLON."
PRICES......... $150. $1. 75c. BOc. 25c
TO-NIGHT— LAST MTEEK.
Tbe Successful Fun-maJdng Farce,
Brixton Burglary
SPECIAL FEATURE THIS WEEK.
PROF. BOTHVTELL BROWNE'S JUVENILE
RAGTIME
FLORODORA SEXTET.
EXTRA MATINEE DECORATION DAY.
FRIDAY. MAY 30.
IText Week— "HIS WIFE'S FATHER."
B£L£SCO *"*TrSALES vfcgTftgS
- TO-NIGHT— ALL THIS WEEK.
EXTRA MATINEE DECORATION DAY.
fNext FVlday.)
MATINEE EATURDAY and SUNDAY.
Elaborate Production of tbe Melodramatic Suc-
cess of Two Continents,
Hands Across
the 8c8>
' Strong Cast — Scenic Effects of Rare Magnitude.
rDircc Evenings 10c to BOc
\lxV*L.3 Matinees 10c, 15c, 25c
ICext Week— "SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK.*
£" EVENINGS AT 8 SHARP!
MATINEE SATURDAY AT 2 SHARP!
DON'T FORGET'. ThU is tbe FOURTH and
LAST WEEK of the Most Charming
of Operas,
THE
SINGING GIRL
Wednesday. May 28— MISSION REBEKAH
LODGE, L O. O. F.. BENEFIT.
MONDAY. June 2 — The Famous Favorite^
"THE TOY MAKER."
POPULAR PRICES ......25c. 50c -wnd 75c
-
DO NOT NEGLECT
THE LITTLE JLIS OF TO-DAY
The Use of
PAINE'S
Celery Compound
Will Eradicate From the Blood
v *" and System the Seeds •
of Disease.
As grains of sand make our lofty moun-
tains, drops of water trie mighty ocean
and as our massive buildings are made of
one brick piled upon another, so do the
little ilia of life contribute to the building
up of deadly diseases In the body.
Experienced medical men claim that
fully three-fourths of our men and wom-
en enter the summer season with little ills
and symptoms of disease, which must de-
velop into serious and fatal troubles If
not banished at once.
We hear our friends complaining daily
of rheumatic tendencies, sharp and dart-
ing neuralgic pains, dyspepsia, pains in
the side and back, nervousness and sleep-
lessness; and we see with our own eyes
the effects of impure blood In facial
blotches, eruptions and sores. The llttl*
ills and pains of to-day build up the
alarming and fatal diseases that follow
days and weeks of neglect.
Wise and Intelligent people who have
looked into the claims of Palne's Celery
Compound and followed its remarkable
cures of relatives, friends and neighbors,
use It themselves with faith and confi-
dence to banish their symptoms of com-
ing troubles, to cleanse the blood, to re-
establish nerve force, energy and bodily
strength, so that they will be in condition
to withstand the enervating effects of the
coming hot weather.
In every community where Palne's Cel-
ery Compound has been used at this sea-
son to banish disease it is regarded as a
gedsend. Workers in offices, shops, fac-
tories and weary and rundown wives and
mothers in their homes have thanked
heaven for Dr. Phelps' marvelous pre-
scription, because it made them well. Try
a bottle or two, ye .who are ailing and
sick; It will give you what you most
stand in need of— health and new life.
Diamond DrOS Color anything any color.
¦^ Never fall! Alwaya guret
STATEMENT
CONDITION AND AFFAIRS
OF THE
FIRE ASSOCIATION
OF PHILADELPHIA. IN THE STATE OK
Pennsylvania, on the 31st day of Decem-
ber, A. D. l»01. and for the year ending ©a
that day. ?s made to the Insurance Commis-
sioner of the State of California, pursuant to
the provisions of sections 610 and 611 of the
Political Code, condensed as per blank fur-
nished by the Commissioner:
CAPITAL.
Amount of Capital Stock paid up
»n cash $ 500,000 00
ASSETS.
Real Estate owned by Company.. 512.100 CO
Loans on Bonds and Mortgages.. 1.311,570 4.9
Cash Market Value of all Stocks
and Bonds owned by Company.. 3,132.919 25
Amount of Loans secured by
pledge of Bonds. Stocks, and
ether marketable securities as
collateral 68.830 00
Cash in Company's Office 28,073 7«
Cash in Banks 2*4,355 04
Interest due and accrued on all
Stocks and Loans 28,838 48
Interest due and accrued on Bonds
and Mortgages 30,141 09
Premiums in due course of collec- -'•--»
"on : 833,240 02
Duo for Salvage on losses paid.... 1.013 41
Rents due and accrued 2,660 S8
Due from other Companies for Re- ' ¦
Insurance on losses already paid. 7,530 02
Total Assets J6.315.218 02
LIABILITIES. ~~'
I.osres adjusted and unpaid $ 100,565 06
Losses tn process ot Adjustment
or in Suspense , 175,005 64
Losses resisted, including expenses 4&.0&4 Uti
Gross premiums on Fire Risks run-
ning one year or less, $2,371.-
329 24; re-lnsurancc 50 per cent #.183,664 62
Gross premiums on Fire Risks run-
ning more than one year. $2,566,-
455 07; re-insurance pro rata... 1,397,177 51
Amount reclaimable by the insured
on perpetual fire insurance pol-
icies 1,906.027 47
All other liabilities 360.648 10
Total Liabilities $5,265,083 33
INCOME. '""
Net cash actually received for Fire
premiums . i $3,216,972 17
Received for interest on Bonds and
Mortgages 85,972 07
Received for Interest and dividends
on Bonds. Stocks. Loans, and
from all other sources ........ 157,766 94
Received for Rents 25,752 20
Total Income f3.316.463 23
EXPENDITURES. ~
Net amount paid for Fire Losses
(including $246,183 37. losses of
previous years) $2,084,034 30
Dividends to Stockholders 200,000 00
Paid or allowed for Commission
or Brokerage 798.142 19
Paid for Salaries. Fees, and other
charges for of fleers, clerks, etc. 236,440 00
Paid for State. National and Local
taxes • 95,448 29
All other payments and expendl-
tures y — . 155,910 02
Total Expenditures .$3.560.975 79
Fire.
Lcsses Incurred daring the year. .$2.223,716 90
Risks and Premiums. | Fire Risks. | Premlumt.
Net amount . of Risks
written during the
year $340,732,328 $4,359,881 S3
Net amount of Risks _
expired during the -
year 311,571.332 3,815,637 01
N*t amount in force
December 31. 1901. 408,113.644 4.037.784 31
E. C. IRVIN. President.
M. O. GARRIGUES, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 22d
day of January. 1902.
EDWIN S. GATJLT. Notary Public
SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT:
J. M. BECK Manager
219 Sansomc Street,
San Francisco, Cal.
TELEPHONE MAIN 5024.
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Or 33 W. 24th St^ Now Yoxk, X«ti«» flu* raptr ¦*¦
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ....
A PESTIFEROUS GERM
Burrows Up the Scalp Into DandruS
and Saps the Hair's Vitality.
People who complain of falling hair as
a rule do not know that It is the result
of dandruff, which is caused by a pestif-
erous parasite burrowing up the scalp as
it digs down to the sheath in which the
hair is fed in the scalp. Before longr the
-fcair root is shriveled up and the hair
drops--out. If the work of the germ is not
destroyed hsJr keeps tldnnlng {tt\ bald-
ness comes. The only way to cure dan-
druff Is to kill the germ, and until now
there has been no hair preparation that
would do It; but to-day dandruff is easily
eradicated by Newbro's Herplcide, which
makes hair glossy and soft as silk.
For Stomach Disorders.
. Cout and Dyspepsia
DRINK
Best NATURAL Alkaline j Water
220 BROADWAY. N. T.
P/il/lff* Desirable location,
I ulflVW unsurpassed cuisine,
u n e q u a 1 ejL ser-
?1 fin vice and modern'
if llll "„ conveniences are the
~ j attributes " that , have
' nf^lff H nude these two ho-
UlulIU tels popular with
__ -¦ t tourists ¦ and v .travel-*'
* H AT A I C ers wn o visit San ;
UUlWip Francisco. .
AHIUSEMEKPTS.
ANOTHER BIO WEEK AHEAU.
MATINEE SATURDAY.
?5B!?Sffi THURSDAY ll% & \
Q -O
. ' BY PUBLIC DEMAND.
Mr. James Neill & Co.
Presenting all this week Sol Smith Russell's
Comedy Success,
A BACHELOR'S ROMANCE
Next— SUNDAY NIGHT.
THE RED KNIGHT
By George H. Broadhurst.
SEATS THURSDAY.
BPECIAIi DECORATION DAY MATINEE
FRIDAY. MAY 30th.
Usual Saturday and Sunday Matinees.
Instantaneous Success of America's Magnetic
Star,
MAUDE FEALY
In J. M. Barrie's Original Version of
"THE LITTLE MINISTER."
First Time on Any Stage at
POPULAR PRICES 10c. 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c
Good Orchestra Seats All Matinees 25c.
NEXT WEEK— "MY LADY DAINTY."
Fischers Theater.
We TTa New
Had :: Officer
to :: Last
Get :: Night
SO CHEAT WAS THE CRUSH t
Our eld officer couldn't keep the line in
order and he was sent home In an ambulance
for reDairs. There was a perfect scramble
"FIDDLE DEE DEE"
With Kolb, Dill, Bernard, Blake, Hennsen and
Amber, Gallick and Hope, Emerson and the
greatest of all choruses.
Remember the Decoration Day Matinee on
Friday, 25 cents.
y.:> Children at Matlr-agj, 10 cents.
Itlfc CHUTES
Fulton Street and Tenth Avenue.*
VAUDEVILLE EVEBiTaFTERKOON AND
EVENING.
DAVIS AND DE HEARDE: BACON AND
VANE: BYRNE AND WEST: MAUDE AND
GLADYS 8ORENSEN; JACK . SYMONDS
and NEW MOVING PICTURES. '
A Host of Attractions ontha Grounds.
RIDE THE MILE SCENIC RAILWAY.
AMATEUR NIGHT THURSDAY.
Admission ...10c Children ,...6c
Phone for Seats— Park 23.
SUTRO BATHS
Will Open Mghts On and After
Saturday, May 31," 1902.
DR. HALL'SREINVIGORATORfraW
£itops all losses In 24 hours. Flvo SLSspSMBW
hundred reward for any case we mS53l E3ft\
cannot cure. This secret rem- sT ¦ ¦ m
«?dy cures Emissions, Impotency, EKR9 RflSi
Varlcocele, Gonorrhoea, Gleet. |»gtf3 KSJffl
Etrlctures, Drains, Lost Man- Wlii |i*l>J
hood and all other wasting; ef- BvjfS E»9
fects of self-abuse or excesses. ESttZOSBlia
Sent sealed. $2 bottle; a bottles. (5; guaranteed
to cure any. case. Call or- address order.
HALL'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE. 855 Broad-
way. Oakland, Cal. Also for sale at 107316
Market st., S. F. Send tor free book.
|j|| \ When Food Fails
l^M of its Purpose
L^gl with consequent poverty of
!§ 1811 kl°°d and energy
M llll ANHEUSER-BUSCH*S -
t-xi."t!iJlV. " : liifflEwM^B-BaBi Timoa mask.
a sure and positive correc-
l^^^^^^jtion. It aids digestion and is
itself a food in liquid form.
fS'^S^s"" 8 ! All druggists sell it. Prepared only by
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
Wuy' 'JmHtS^S^iitfHRflBs "Brewers of the famous Budweiser, Mlchelob,
*Bjjjft|jiiilUH™gggBB^f V Black 6 Tan > Pale-Lager, Faust. Anheusen
""III 1 miliifcm^gW"^^ Standard, Export Pale and Exquisite. ,
ADVEBTISEMENTS.
When the bowels are constipated
the blood becomes impure. The
Bitters is the best known laxative
and blood purifier.
It will cure Sick Headachy, Indiges-
tion, Dyspepsia and Mafai'ia, Fever
and Ague. A trial will convince you
Superior to Apiol, Tansy, Pennyroyal or Steel.
Sure Relief of Pain and Irregulari-
ties Peculiar to the Sex. > -
Apioline Capsules for three months cost $1.
. Druggist or P. O. Box2081, New York.
d visit DR. JORDAN'S creat^
$HUSEUH OF ANATOHY$
A Qh . 1SS1 £1231257. til fi±*7&,S.r.Cil. ( ;
\ CJr The Largest Anatomical Museum in «he
Q -J JTij .. ¦ World. W eaknesse* ot any contracted / I
Y gjCT Fi'v'} *»ea*e positlwely eared hy the oldest '
O fj3 jSj 1 Specialist en tbe Cout. E«L 36 yean. Q
iQjM? a OR* J0RDAK-D1SEASES CF MEH A
f ritttraf) Consultation free and stiicjljr prirate. \
B j5^t H Treatment personally or by Utter. A m
fl • ST Si M P**Mn Out* in e»ery owe undertaken. T
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II 1^ MAURI ACS. MAILED FUES. ( A Y
A «i cr ' Taluilble book 1ot mr ") . \
Y K»B. JORDAN «fe CO.. 1051 Market St..S. P. 9
This signature Is on every box of the gexrafn*
Laxative Brorao-Quinine Taw e u
Vtxt remedy that enres a cold in one <to»
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