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STOCKTON, Jan. 21— The will of H. H.
Hewlett, the capitalist, who died here re cently, leaves all bis estate, estimated to be . worth $1,000,000, to his wife, who was formerly Miss Read, and his daughter, Mrs. " J. H. Hough, share and share alike. ; Leaves Million Dollar Estate. California to Chicago in less than three days without change, via Southern Pa cific, Union Pacific and Chicago. Milwau kee and St. Paul railways. Atlantic Ex press. 8 a. m.; Overland Limited, 10 a. m • Oriental Mail, 6 p.. m. Drawing-room Sleeping: carp. Buffet, Smoking, Library and Observation cars. Dally Tourist Bleeping cars. C. L. Canfle'd, Gen. Asrt C M. and St. P..Ry.. 635 Market street. ' New Overland Route. Arthur Keppel has been reported to the police as having been missing for the last six weeks. His disappearance has given much uneasiness to Frod Wllmon, his brother-in-law, who lives at 2325 Califor nia street, and who suspects that the missing man hqs met with foul play Is Missing Six Weeks. J. Danlelowitz, of S761 Sixteenth street, was knocked down by a delivery wagon belonging to Hale Brothers yesterday afternoon. Henry Waldoif, the driver, was arrested by Officers J. O'Brien and T. O'Connell, and charged with battery He was later released on J20 ball money! Knocked Down by Delivery Wagon. SACRAMENTO. Jan. 22.-Charles Law rence, a young Indian, was to-day brought to .trial. In' Judge Harfs depart ment Of the Superior Court for the mur der of John McCarty, an old man. near Elk Grove, in September last. Charles PadJllo, also an Indian, and I<awrcnce's companion in crime, was last week found guilty of murder in the first degree. He will be sentenced to death next week. The murder, of McCarty, who was a hop ptcker, was I the outcome of a quarrel with a crowd of drunken Indians over a jug of wine which McCarty had in his cart. • ...' :;•'•":"¦ - Placed on Trial for Hia Life. WASHINGTON, Jan. 22-The 1 President to-day sent the following nominations to the Senate: Navy— Civil engineers—Ern est H. Brownell, Rhode Island; Ernest R. Gayler, Missouri; Paul L. Reed. Postmasters: California— William G. Hawley. San Jose; Thomas E. Byrnes, San Mateo; T,indley • M. Baldwin, Whit tier; C. Folger, Jackson; F. H: Wells, WlllIU); J. H. Gregory, Rocklin; W. W. Giddings, Newman; T. A. Nelson, StocK "ton. Nevada— William W. Booth. Butler. Arizona— Julia Mahoney, Wlns>low; M. Bohall, Nogales. Utah— G. Slmson, Pay son; T. Braby, Mount Pleasant; also Col onel Edward M. Hayes, Thirteenth Cav alry, to be brigadier general. Nominations by the President. LONDON, Jan. 22.— The second anniver sary of the death of Queen Victoria was to-day observed at Windsor, London and elsewhere by the depositing of wreaths on statues erected to her memory, and by mt-morial services. King Edward, Queen Alexandra, thfl Princ« and Princess of Wales and other members of the royal family were present at a service held in the Frogmore Mausoleum. The sarcopha gus of Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort were decorated with plants and flowers. Subsequently salutes were fired In celebration of the accession of King Edward. Memorial Services for Victoria. Instead of seeking Kirk, however, he put on his coat and hurried off. All the workmen saw him go. but made no at t«mpt to detain him. Toung Bachrach, thinking something was wrong, informed his employers, who In turn notified the police. Immediate search was made for the man, but he was not to bo found. When the cash drawer was found this afternoon Davis refused to let any ono come near him. Henry Bachrach, one of Smith Bros.' clerks, who was looking on, v,as pushed away . by Davis when he came too near. After gathering all tho money and putting it In his pockets, dirt and all, Davis went off. pretending to look for the contractor. C. A. Kirk, to whom he said he would give it. Under the eyes of a score of workmen, Thomas Davis, a laborer on the ruins of Smith Bros.' store. Twelfth and Washing ton streets, walked off with three pockets bulging with money that he had found in the ruins just after the noon hour to-day. The money belonged to Smith Bros., who estimate that there was between $150 and $200 in the pile. During the fire that •Jcctroyed the Bacon building one of the young women clerks in the store put tho cash register drawer under a table anl covered It with leather ornaments. She told the cashier "about It, but the cashier cannot recall who his informant was nor has the yo'ung woman clerk ever revealed her identity. Oakland Office San Francisco Call, 1118 Broadway, Jan. 22. "Please give J. Oberl, 12 Fourteenth street, San Francisco, the white-handled razors of my. kit and give Will Sohst the balance. I want no sister or brother of mine to bother with me. Buy a canvas bag and drop me overboard. Good bye. Alex. I will not curse my brother, but—" In the hope Of saving his life Harris was rushed to the Receiving Hospital, but he died on the way. The body was then removed to the Morgue, pending an inquest. ''&r. r l~V: OAKLAND, Jan. 22.— Alexander Harris, a barber, committed suicide to-night in his room at Kast Twenty-fifth street and Twenty-nrst avenue by taking mor phine. When found j by his roommate, Samuel J. Elliott, he was dying. A re cent quarrel with his relatives and de spondency on account of lack of work are supposed to have been the cause of his act. He left a note that read as fol lcws: Directs That His Body Be Put in a Canvas Bag and Then Dropped Overboard. Finds Smith Brothers' Cash and Departs With It. PATRIOTIC SERVICES AT METHODIST CHURCH OAKLAND. Jan. 22.— Under the aus pices of Camp General Liscum. No. 13, Service Men of the Spanish War, and other patriotic organizations of Oakland, « mass meeting will be held Sunday aft omoon at 3 o'clock, at the First Metho dist Church, corner Fourteenth and Clay streets. The purpose of the meeting is to awaken a patriotic interest in the va i:ous societies that will take part in the exercises. The Rev. Luther D. Mahone, i a.^tor of the Thirty-fourth Street Metho tijpt Church, and chaplain of the Service Men and the Junior Order of American Mechanics, will be the principal speaker. Many Relatives Named in Will of John Schumacher. Licensed to Marry. OAKLAND. Jan. 21.— The following marriage licenses were issued to-day: Ralph A. Rues, 24, Berkeley, and Alberta C Fontaine. 22. Oakland; Warren H. i^toffels, over a, and Ulrica C. Nelson, ever IS, both of Stockton; William H. French. 2S. Elkhart, and Hannah Dwyer, 2 1 !, both of San Francisco; Edward m! Itolton. 22. and Katie Stafford. 20, both of. San Francisco; Hans A. M. Hanson, «3. and Johanna Welter. 30. both of West Berkeley; Alfred S. Hughes. Z3. Louis \ilie, Ky.. and Mary A- Carroll, 32, Den ier, Colo.; William IL Fearey, 2\ and Hose E. Miller. 'J*. both of Oakland. Says Baitey Stole Her "Watch. OAKLAND, Jan. 22.— Mr?. J. B. Mar lin of 510 Kennedy street caused the ar ic*t this afternoon of C. E. Baitey, who lives at ST.") Tenth street, and whom she charges with having robbed her. Baitey, the claims. Is a street acquaintance, who, ¦ebnUac to the story she told Chief of T'.lice Hodgkins. call*»d on her last Tues day and at the point of a dagger com l'»-lled her to hand over her watch. Baitey Bays the woman gave him the watch and fcs-k^d him to eJope with her. Baitey is 2% years old and came here recently from EebutopoL Mrs. Martin has a husband find four children. Baitey was charged with assault. Oakland Office San Francisco Call, 1118 Broadway, Jan. 22. The will of the late capitalist, John Schumacher, who at one time was a prominent hotel man of San Francisco, was filed for probate to-day. The in strument disposes of property valued at upward of $100,000. The estate is left to live sisters, nineteen nieces and nephews and four charitable institutions. The de ceased, who died op January 16, was un married. The bequests to charitable Institutions are: German Old People's Homo. San Fraacisco, $2u00; German Benevolent So ciety of San Francisco, $1000; St. Paulus German Kvangelical Lutheran Church of San Francisco, $1000, and Dr. Martin Luther Waisenhaus Gesellschaft, 51000. The legacies left to the slaters are: Rebecca Kuhl. $2000; Margaretta Barn hold, $4000; Anna Schmidt, $2000; Abelana Buchner, J4000; Gesche Tlmms, $2000. The bequests falling to the nephews and nitces are: The heirs of Peter Schumacher, $0000: Anna Bcuchner, $1000; Katie Bornhold, $1000; John Schumacher, family jewelry; Christiano Menne, $1000; Frank Buhler. $1000; Lizzie Darragh, $2000; Henry V. Rolling, $3000; Kmma RolBng, $1000; Tlllie Sulke. $UXX>; Carolina I^w. $1000; Barbara McCloeky, $1000; heirs of Henry Rolling, 11000; Charles Roinng. $1000. The residue of the estate is to bo di vided pro rata among the heirs named. EXODUS FROM ANDIJAN _ GOES ON ITNDIMINISHED Business of Every Sort in Russian Town Destroyed by Earthquakes Is Suspended. ST. PETERSBURG. Jan. 22.-Thc latest advices from Andijan, which was partial ly destroyed by earthquakes* some time ago, cay that the exodus from that city continues. Business of every sort is sus pended. Not a single lawyer, banker, druggist or shopkeeper remains in the city and the few necessaries on which the miserable survivors of the population subsist are brought by hawkers from dis tant towns. The suffering from cold is Intense. Death in Preference to Blindness. LOS ANGELES, Jan. 22.— Fearing that he would lose his eyesight, Charles W. Smith, who came to this city from Port land, Or., December. ID last for medical treatment, fired a bullet through hia head this morning and died an hour later. Smith was 47 years of age and was formerly In the employ of the Southern Pacific as a carpenter. He owns prop erty near Portland, where his wife's family resides.' BSSj Underwriters Elect Officers. OAKLAND, Jan. 22.— The Alameda Ccunty Board of Fire Underwriters ha* elected the following officers: President, W. A. Donaldson: secretary, Edwin Meese; treasurer, John Martens; execu tive committee. J. Tyrrell, H. F. Gordon, S. Jackson. points in Northern California showed all to be in good financial condition. Rev. A. C. McKeever preached this evening and a general discussion of In terest to the Christian church workers followed. Prior to the sermon a praise service was led by Rev. Frank Ford. The speakers at the convention, which begins to-morrow morning with praise sen-ice at 9:30 o'clock, will be Rev. J. P. Dargltz and Rev. I. H, Hazel In the morning and Rev. W. M. White. Profes sor J. Durham and Rev. H. D. McAneny in the afternoon. In the evening there will be a reception given to Rev. Mr. Darst, the newlBerkeley pastor, and the members of the convention in Stiles Hall by the members of the local church. The following delegates, who were pres ent to-day, are members of the State Poard of Missions: Rev. C. W. Jopson, Los Gates; Rev. J. W. Wetib. West Park; Rev. A. C. McKeerer. Fresno; Thomas Barr. treasurer of the State board; Rev. J. P. Darstitz. secretary of the State board; Rev. A. K. Hathaway, Santa Clara; Itev. W. F. Reagor, Sacramento. Other delegates who were present are as follows; Rev. J. Durham, Irvlngton; Rev. W. M. White. San Francisco; Rev. T. A. Boyer, Oak land; nev. E. \V. Darst. Uerkeley; Rev. W. E. Berry, Oakland; Rev. R. X. Davts. Santa Cru«; Rev. G. T. Meeker, Winters; Dr. Hiram Van Kirk. Berkeley; Rev. H. O. McAneney, Oakland: Rev. L. A. Pier. Santa Crui; Mrs. Eli Fisher. Pacific Grove; Rev." E. V. Wire. Alexander Valley: Rev. O. U Bohannon. Hop land; Rev. J. H. McCullough. Irvington. PLAYS HIS PART AT NINE DOLLARS A WEEK Actor Lowe Unfolds a Tale That Might Extinguish Fond Ambi tions of Embryo Actors. OAKLAND, Jan. 22.-I£aled into the Po lice Court an complaint of Mrs. Lila E. Lowe, his former wife, to explain why he had neglected to support his two children, Charles C. Lowe, an actor, poured out a tale of woe to-day before Justice John "W. Stetson that was calculated to rele gate ambitious aspirants for Thespian honors to the limbo of eternal darkness. Plaintively did the mummer recite how he went on the road with the Robvt Buchanan Company nt a weekly wage of J9, board paid. With all the art at his command did the narrator explain that subsequently he induced his manager to Increase the emolument to $15 per week. Yet he had thpn to pay hla own reckon ing, save railroad fare?. The Lowes went Into some of their for mor domestic dltnculties and differences. Judge Stetson will hand down a decision r.cxt week. Now Accused of Insanity. OAKLAND, Jan. 22.— Mis i Mattle Ja cobs, who overturned a lamp In her room in the German House and then snt In a chair without making an" attempt to save herself, was arrested as Insane to night at the instance of Mrs. Mary Hart, proprietor of the hotel, on the ground that she> is dangerous to be at large. DRAUGHT OP MORPHINE ENDS BARBER'S LIl'E Congregational Church by a ses sion of the Bay Ministerial Association. The convention proper will open to-mor row morning at 10 o'clock. The session was devoted to the discus s!on of the question of evangelization, opened by an address by the Rev. E. W. Darst, pastor of . the local Christian church. Rev. Mr. Darst urged the neces stty for more and better evangelists, de claring the work required of them to be of great importance. "We. want men," said Mr. Darst, "who will prepare themselves to meet all the questions of the ape— men who will be able to check all false theories. The strongest men we have should be in the evangelistic field. The church of Jesus Christ will never outgrow the need for evangelists. We need more preaching. There should be more sowing of the seed if we would have a richer harvest." The State Missionary Board for the Christian churches of California met in Stiles Hall and made preliminary ar rcngementa for the State gathering to be held some time this year in Garfleld Park. Santa Cruz. The board also decided to start meetings at Point Richmond, with a view of organizing a church in the near future. The reports from the missionary BERKELEY, Jan. 22.— The conven tion of the Bay District Associa tion of the Christian Churches was opened to-day in the First LEAVES MONEY TO CHARITIES OAKLAND, Jan. 22.— In the mar riage of Miss Alberta Fontaine to Ralph A. Russ, which was solem nized this evening at the home of the bride's parents, 547 Knox ave nue, there is the happy culmination of an attachment between two young society people that carries a touch of romance. As the story goes Miss Fontaine wae to have married Mr. Russ a long tim-j ago. The wedding day had been set. the trousseau ordered and the bridesmaids chosen. But just when everything seem ed brightest and the path to happiness Etraightest there occurred one of those unfortunate things— a lovers' quarrel. A broken engagement followed and they drifted apart. He plunged into business. She entered the nursehood and ministered to the stricken at & hospital in Alameda, WORKMAN MAKES OFF WITH MONEY The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V. L. Fontaine, while the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rusa of Claremont, his father being the man ager of the Russ estate, of which the Russ? House In San Francisco is a part. The wedding was a very elmple home af fMr. There were neither maid of honor, bridesmaid nor best man. The ceremony was performed at 8 o'clock by the Rev. J. C. Wooten of the Methodist Church South, after which there was a reception and wedding supper. finally achieving a diploma in that noble calling. Both applied themselves diligent ly to the gentle art of forget fulness. But tilings could not go on this way forever and only a short time ago they yielded to Importunities of mutual friends to be reconciled. The result was a resetting of the wedding day. "WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR SOCIETY COUPLE OF OAKLAND WHO WERE MARRIED LAST EVENING BY REV. J. C. WOOTEN OF THE METHODIST CHURCH SOUTH. OAKLAND. Jan. 22.— Incensed at h«r husband. Louis Horn, for selling her wedding presents for drink, and fearing that a bullet from her husband's pistol might cut her life short at any time. Mrs. Emily Horn to-day brought suit for divorce on the grounds of cruelty and habitual Intemperance. She specifies many acts of cruelty. They were mar ried In 18&5. Bertha Clausen, a bride of one year, also brought suit against Charles E. Clausen on the ground of extreme cruelty. In the Divorce Court. PASTOR OF THE BERKELEY CHRISTIAN CHURCH, WHO DELIV ERED THE OPENING ADDRESS YESTERDAY AT THE CONVEN TION OF BAY DISTRICT ASSOCIATION OF CHRISTIAN CHURCHES. CALL HEADQUARTERS, SACRAMENTO, Jan. '12. — Directors Leland. Gould, and Father Lyons and Superintendent Dawson of the Iloma for the FePble-Mlnded at Glen Kllen arc here looking out for legislation relating to that In stitution. Six bills are being prepared by Senator Woodward for appropriations for the home amounting In all to $140,000. Legislation for. the Glen Ellen Home. Senate bill No. 21; presented by Rowell, which is an act to create a fund for the benefit and sui>|K>rt of high schools and pro viding for its distribution, will be reported favorably by the Committee on Education. It will also report favorably on Leavitfe bill No. 15s, providing for and designating who shall constitute a board to be known as "the State text book commissioner*," but before doing to will ask the Attorney General to pass upon the constitutionality of the act. The Commlttei* on County Government will ask for the passage of Muenter's bill No. 73, for an appropriation of $5f>,0"0 for the pur chase of additional lands for the use of the Stockton State .Hospital. The committee will also recommend the passage of , Senate bill No. fc4. Introduced by Woodward, which amends section .T341 of the Civil Code relating to damages committed by dogs or other an imals to sheep, Angora or Cashmere goals and poultry. The Committee on Corporations will recom mend the passage of Pendleton's bill No. 17, authorizing the sale by any railroad com pany, person or corporation, of Its property and franchises, whether organized under the laws of this State or not. They will also report favorably on Wolfe's bill No. 8S, which amends section 595 Of the Civil Code, allowing benevo lent an«l religious corporations to own fifty acres In the country for the burial of \li members. Under the present law only twenty tores can be held for the purpose. The Committee on Irrigation will report favorably on Senate bill No. 33j presented by Ward, which provides for the dissolution^ of irrigation districts and the distribution of their property. The bill will enable owners of land In Irrigation districts 'to dissolve the district and apportion the debt thereof on «ich land owner anil make it his separate indebtedness. The Committee on Retrenchment and Re form will report favorably on Senate bill No. 10, introduced by I^ukens. to create a new board of charities and corrections, and bill No. 1.11. Introduced by Ward, to establish an experimental serlcultural station in the county of San Dleso. CALL HEADQUARTERS. SACRAMENTO. Jan. 22. — The various committees in the Sen ate held meetings this afternoon and dis cussed important bill*, some of which they recommended for passage. The Committee on Fish nnd Game decided to report favorably on bill No.l4S, providing that the State shall pay the costs of prosecution of persons charred with the violation of the laws for the preser vation of fish. It also agreed to report favor ably on bill No. 150, making close seasons for black bass between January 1 and July 1, lor lobster between April 1 and August 15, for shrimps from May to September and crabs from September to November. RECOMMEND THEIR PASSAGE. Committees of Senate Favorably Con sider Several Measures. General Miles was delayed at Moscow while on his way here owing to one of hl3 seivants suffering from smallpox. The man was left in a hospital there and the General's baggage was disinfected. BERLIN. Jan. 22.— Lieutenant General Miles and his staff will arrive in Berlin on Saturday. The United States Embassy was notified that the Czar desired General Miles' pres-' ence at the first court ball of the season, his Majesty's indisposition from influenza preventing the General's reception prior to that function, but the latter was un able to wait. ST. PETERSBURG. Jan. 22.—Lieuten ant General Miles and his party left here to-day after exchanges of official calls. ILLNESS OF SERVANT DELAYS GENERAL MILES Party Leaves St. Petersburg After Exchange of Official Calls, on Way to Berlin. J. S. Sykes, a member of the Central Committee, has secured 600 signatures to the petition asking the Town Trustees to place charter amendments on the bal lot providing for the election of the Town Engineer, Town Attorney and Superin tendent of Streets, instead c' appointing them as now. As the tx>0 names are far i:i excess of the number required, th*s voters will be given an opportunity of taying at the polls whether they want the officers appointive or elective. The convention wLl be composad of cne hundred and fifty delegates, one for each ten Republican votes and a major traction of the ten votes cast in each ward at the last general election. They will be apportioned as follows: Fifteen from the First Ward, nfteen from the Second Ward, thirty from the Third Ward, fourteen from tho Fourth Ward, ten from the Fifth Ward, twelve from the Sixth Ward and fourteen from the Seventh Ward. BERKELEY, Jan. 22— The City Cen tral Republican Committee will meet r.ext Wednesday night to select the names v.hich will be placed on the Republican primary ballot- This committee, through E. C. Marliave, the chairman, has in vited the members of all the Republican * xecuiive committees to be present and have a voice in the selection of the dele cates in order that thos.? chosen may be as representative us possible. All Executive Committees Invited to Take Part in the Selection of Delegates. REPUBLICANS WILL NAME REPRESENTATIVE MEN lower floor will be also the library, gal vanometer, apparatus for research, mi croscopic rooms and two laboratories. The upper story will have private rooms for Professor Loeb and his assistants. The building will be finished In fifty days and will cost $25,000. It Is being built by Kidder & McCullough of this city. The laboratory will te two stories In height and CnxsO feet in other dimensions, with two wings, each 35xS0 feet The lower story will contain a 30x34-foot aquarium of concrete where the speci mens of marine life will be kept. On the BERKELEY, Jan. 22.— Work wu begun to-day on the biological laboratory which will be occupied by Dr. Jacques Loeb and his assistants in their studies of marina life. The building is being erected on the Hillegasa tract eaat of. the temporary archaelogical building. • BIOLOGICAL LABORATORY IN COUBSE OF CONSTRUCTION Charges of fraud and conspiracy wera brought to-day against Joseph Betten court and his wife. Fellzinlna Betten court, by Antone Ennia, as guardian of his aged father, George M. T. Knnls. In a suit to recover property alleged to have Ken Illegally obtained from the senior Ennls. According to the story told In the com plaint by the son, Bettencourt laid plans to secure the entire fortune of the father, consisting of real estate. The allegations state that Bettencourt and his wife, after learning of the old man falling heir to $10,000. went to the hospital where the elder Ennia was and induced him to go to their home. When the father had established himselt at the Bettencourt home his feara were aroused, it is alleged, by Bettencourt tell ing him that his wife was untrue to him. that his son was plotting bi9 ruin and that his son-in-law had returned from Tuolumne County for the specific purpose of robbing him. These assertions, the son says, induceU his father to deed over all his property to Bettencourt. The father, however, asked for a return of his property. Bet tencourt executed a deed to all the prop erty except a JliOO lot In Berkeley. The suit is to recover that piece. Oakland Office San Francisco Call. 1113 Broadway, Jan. 82. Beal and his wife had occupied the room at 1607 Park street for nearly a year. They conducted therein a repair shop for umbrellas, both working at the business until a month ago, when the husband ob tuined a position as gateman on the Seventh-street line of the Southern Pa cific in Oakland. Beal informed the po lice that he had formerly resided in Uos Angeles and later in Fresno, where ho said he had become involved In a case somewhat similar to the Ida Brown af fair. He claims to have been born in li eland twenty-five years ago and stated that he had served In the army in the Philippines during the late war. ALAMEDA, Jan. 22.— Edward H. Beal, thfe Southern Pacific gateman who was implicated in the disappearance of Ida Brown, an Oakland girl, and who tried to commit suicide yesterday by swallowing a dose of laudanum in the presence of his Vife, was around this morning congratu lating himself and receiving the congrat ulations of his friends that he was still in the land of the living. This afternoon, ir. company with an umbrella ilxer with whom he u&ed to work, Beal left town and went to San Francisco. Before his de parture Btal disposed of his household goods to a local furniture? dealer. After Beal had recovered last night from the effects of the drug that he drunk with suicidal Intent and was re leased from the City Prison he visited several saloons on Park street, played the r.ickel-ir.-the-slot machines and later weit U> Oakland with a friend. Aa agitation has been going on in this <::y lor soine time to get the freight yards away from Berkeley station, where they new are, and which are declared to be dangerous to life. The Southern Pacific is trying to purchase land on Shattuck avenue, south of Dwight way station, for its freight yards, but the people of tiiat section are opposing the location of the yards there with even more vigor than the residents of the eastern portion el town are tryir-g to get rid ot them. tend is xcanted by the railroad for a l:eig-ht yard and Mrs. White, who en tered into a contract to sell the lots, de clares that she w;is led to enter Into the agreement to sell through the mlsrepre ifstaiicn of the railroad's agent, J. R. I-ittle. She says that Little told her user.t, C A. Bai'ey. that A. \V. Craig, a San Francisco photographer.* was the purchaser and that he Intended to erect dwellings on the lot*. It was with this undemanding, Mrs. White says, that she neeepted flu as a dejxasit for the trans action. She declares that she will right the railroad to the end, it it takes her last cent. BERKELEY. Jan. 22.— The Southern Pacific Company, through its attorney, J. K. Fculds, has commenced suit against Mrs. Cfclia A. White of KU Ward street !o comjK'l her to convey four lots on the southeast corner of Derby street and Shattuck avenue to the railroad. The Sells His Household Goods and Takes Departure From Alameda. Joseph Bettencourt Alleged to Have Got Deeds to Much Land. Mrs. White Refuses to Give Her Land for Freight Station. Begins Action to Secure Property in South Berkeley. Married Couple Gravely Charged by Son of Victim. Would-Be Suicide Gets Congratulations of LAYS PLOT FOR OLD MAN'S MONEY BEIL REJOICES AT BEING ALIVE RAILROAD SUES FOR YARD SITE THE SAJST FBANC1SCO CALL, FEIDAY, JANUARY 2JJ, 1903. Rev. E. W. Darst Urges Necessity for Better Evangelists, Who, He Says, Should Be the Strongest Men That Can Be Found ASSOCIATED CHRISTIAN CHURCHES MEET IN PRELIMINARY SESSION Miss Alberta Fontaine and Ralph A. Russ Joined in Wedlock After the Ceremony Had Once Been Arranged and Abandoned LOVERS' QUARREL HAS A HAPPY TERMINATION IN MATRIMONY 9 Oacnr Ilnllltlny ItnuKtinrt In fant Mernrinn: a treniendonn reputntion. both here and nbroed «» fin illnsitrntor. I'or- trnltn of women arc his) ntrung; point. ¦ He %n the "American •Inn Van Ileern." II iw picture* hnve a Krnc«« nnd delicacy en- Nentlnlly Cinllic. Illn Nnccefm In extraordinary In view of the fnrt that it decade nto he warn nl in ply it hiiNliifHd inn n. n|. tending nrt »chool- of even* luprw. . .. -.With hi* meteoric enreer Mr. DnnKlinrt neeniB doatlned to follow in the footntppi. of Mm Kreat compatriot. Whistler. Certainly no American nrtl.st ¦ luce the tclorlonn trinity of 'WhlHtler. Abhcy nnd Snrirent flrnt ntartled Europe ha* made Much an extraordinary Maccea«. In hilt now fanion* picture* of women llnnjrhart in nn pica*. iiiic nx Anlircy Ilenrdnley wall unpleasantly original. More- ItanKharY hn« not found- it neee«*nry, n In, llcnrcl.iley, to make hi* women look nn if they IihiI their, nones in n troucb. . The pictured offered their reader* l>y the Sunday- Call are certainly the iiumt he- wltchlnpr creature* that Mr." lliiiiR-hnrt hn* tin lulled. DOAIFS KIDNEY PILLS. pl|||i|l|0| lloadrpil* nt S«n I'ranplarn Cltlxrn* tn.i TrII You All Almiit It. Home lndorppmrnt, the public expres- sion of San Francisco people, should be • videnoe beyond dispute for every San 1 ranrisoo reader. HurHy the experience at friends nuti neighbor*, cheerfully Riven 1-y th«»m. will carry more weight than the utterances of uranpers residing in far- .iway pieces. Read the following: Jarm-s K. Brown, contraodng painter of 17 Capp street, eays: "A man at ray occu- pation rcQulns a good round back. If liiat part of his anatomy is weak, lame .-r aching «>v«-ry move «>f tho brush brines torture. Besides the ingredients used in my calling act directly on the kidneys and aggravate those organs if they are .,v«T-fxritrd. The first box of Doan's Kidnc-y Pills brought me puch relief that 1 bought several more and continued the treatment until the last attack dlsap- I fared." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents Foster- 11 ilburn Co., Huffalo, N. Y.. sole agents for the United States. liemember the name Doan's and take no substitute. Believe Core Asto, Coughs, Bronchitis, fci^pSI Sore Throat, Catarrt. %2S^ Hoarseness. Nothing excels this simple remedy. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ANOTHER GERM DESTROYER. Harpidde Is Death to Dandruff Germs. The rerm burrows Into the scalp. throw- Ing up the cuticle tn thin scales, called dandruff, or scurf, and digging at the root of the hair, where it naps the hair's vitality. First comes brittle hair, then lusterlesa and deadlike hair, then falling hair, and finally baldness. Nine-tenths of the hal^- troubles are caused by dan- druff. Without dancUuff hair will grow luxuriantly, as nature intended. "Herpi- cide"- kills tho dandruff serin, leaving the hair to grow unhampered, as It does with the American red man. Sold by. leading drugslsts. Semd 10 cents In stamps for samle to The HerpJcide Co., E>etroit, Mich. CASTOR I A 7 For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the* /*iy* S/&jt_*^/2- * Signature of (^ut//z7&&Mii ADVERTISEMENTS- What Shall We Have for Dessert? This question arises in the family every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre- Earedintwo minutes. No boiling! no aking ! add boiling water and set to cooL Flavors: — Lemon, Orange, Rasp- berry and Strawberry. Get a packaga at your grocers to-day, io eta. JTrUkrU't O'nlmrnt BCCompUabea aatOD- telling cans of nkia diseases, after Uw moat powerful Internal remedtt* bare fallad. After bathing tiie part with Ileitktll't Soap B*« HntktUi Ointment and It will qntckty remove aU Blotebea, Ptmplt*. Kruption* and Sorw. Cures Tetter, ErynipeUa, Bait KDcum. Peak] Head. Itcb, Ringworms', Ulcers, Plies, Barter's Itcb ; relieves aad beala Burn* and Hcalds. Make* tbe *kin soft and beautiful. Prescribed by ptay- *lrlnn» for half nr^ntiirr. Atdrusststa Mo. Send tot tna book of testimonials. i 10n*ST03, HOLI OWiT a f O., nilsivlikla. ARTIFICIAL TEETH For the cost of material for thorn anabl* to par ordinary office piirea. Teetb extracted tr«e. Fillings and crowns for coat of fi\<i- Open Sunday* and Evenings. PalntPM methods. Graduates only. POST-GRADUATE DENTAL COLLEGE, 3 Taylor St.. eor. Golden Gate are.. S. F. 873 Washington St.. eor. Tenth. Oakland. CLADDING. McBEAN St CO., Architectural Terra Cotta, rire-Proofln&r Pressed Brick, Vitrified aad Terra Cotta Pipe. Xte. Office. Rlalto Bonding. Warehouse 5147-151 MJNN'A ST. San Francisco J 144-149 NATOMA ST. ¦ Works. Lincoln. Cal. _ DR.PIERCES " GOLDEN MEDICAL DBSCOVERY FOR THE BLOOP,LIVER.HJNGS. af*l I IA9 A Ammunition. Hunting mad SHIalAlK" Sportins Ooods. Lar»p«i I.l I JiS stock. Lowest prices. Send B u 9 1 1 W mu '<* catalogue. »J &J I H U SHREVE & BARBER CO., W W ¦ ¦ W 73J) Market 8t; aad 8U Kearn? sb