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"My brethren," thunders the evangelist,
"you cannot make . bricks without
straws."
"But who wants to drink bricks?" mut
ters the gentleman with the long goatee
and the Kentucky accent, as he rises and
stalks moodily from, the hall. — Baltimore
American. »:\v- y.vt
ter specimen was .taken 500 miles awjay
.from' the place where it was set free in
Norway. Salmon remember, then, and
[have, an . acute sense of direction, as well
as preferences of a marked character.—
New TorkSun.
The non-union barbers of this city held
a meeting last evening at 763 Mission
street. E. Clark presided and made • the
opening address, in which he spoke of the
combination of the master barbers and
the union barberB to force the scale. of
prices up throughout the city. The non
union barbers are opposed to the methods
of the combination and agreed to stand
together and fight the combination, .'-
ITon-Union Barbers Hold Meeting 1 .
The United Ancient Order of Druid3
will to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock un
ve^L a. monument erected in Mount Olivet
Cemetery over the remains of the late
John M. Graves, who at the time of his
death was grand secretary : . of the order.
Past Noble Grand Arch George H.Bahrs
will deliver an address, and Past" Noble
Grand Arch Dunand will, deliver the
eulogy.
To Unveil a Monument.
The local Mexican colony will hold a
celebration this evening at Washington
square Hall in honor of the victory
achieved by the Mexican army at the
City of Puebla in 1SC2. The affair will be
given under the auspices of the Zaragoza
Club. -Acting Consul General P. M. del
Pn»o will presido, and Mayor Schmitz will
deliver an address. A grand all-night ball
will close the festivities.
Mexican Colony Will Celebrate.
Every effort was made by the physicians
In charge to save the girl's life. ' She was
conscious a number of times during tho
day, but later sank Into an unconscious
condition from which she never awoke.
The Coroner decided that It was un
necessary to take the remains to the
Morgue, therefore they were later re
moved from the hospital and taken to tho
undertaking establishment of McFadden,
McBrearty. St Green at 1171 Mission street.
The ead death of the young girl is
heartfelt by, her neighbors and many ac
quaintances, who speak in loud praise of
the young girl's character.
Irene Otto, the little girl who «hot her
self early Sunday morning at the home
of Mrs. G. W. Stedman, 153 Cook street,
cied at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon In
the Central Emergency Hospital.
Little Irene Otto, Who Shot Herself,
Succumbs at Central Emer
gency Hospital.
DEATH ENDS WOES
OF UNHAPPY CHILD
PORTLAND. Or.. May 4.— A. L. Mohler,
president cf the Orejron Railroad and
Navigation Company; T. B. Wllcox, presi
dent of the Portland Flouring Mills Com
pany; XV. XV. Cotton, general counsel of
the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Com
rany # and W. D. Fenton, attojney for
the Southern Pacific In Oregon, have gone
to San Francisco to confer with E. H.
Harriman in. regard to the extension of
the Columbia Southern Railrond into Cen
tral Oregon from Shaniko. the present
terminus. The positive declaration of Co
lumbia Southern officials made Beveral
flays ago that the line would not be sold
end the confirmation of this statement
fr.om other sources tends to confirm the
opinion that the only que-stlon now at ls>
rue is the tprms upon which the Oregon
Railroad and Navigation Company shall
rr.able the Columbia Southern to build
300 miles farther into the heart of the
Eastern Orepon country. In railroad clr
clos It is generally expected that an an
nouncement of a definite plan for the ex
tension will be received from San Fran
ci. c co within a day or two.
Oregon Railroad Men Busy.
Kern. County Wool Shipments.
BAKERSFIELD, May 4.— The ship
ments of wool' from Kern have been
heavy this year, amounting to a total of
1721 sacks, all sent to San Francisco.
The wool will average 350 pounds to tha
sack, making a total of 602,350 pounds.
Besides this amount shipped from Kern
about 2000 sacks have been shipped from
Delano. This means that much over a
million an* a quarter pounds of wool
have been shipped out of Kern County
during the present season.
Crushed Between Cars.
Gus Mey, who resides at 602 Twentieth
street, -and W. A. Whitley, who resides at
309 Texas street, laborers who are em
ployed by the South San Francisco. Real
Estate and Developing Company, were
caught between two construction cars
while at work at Sixteenth, and Kentucky
streets and both -were badly injured.
SEATTLE, May 4. — Sister Eugene, auperior
of Providence Hospital for tha last twenty-one
years, has been promoted to the- poet of Mother
Provincial, having -In her charge four Institu
tions, both schools and hospitals, 'with head
quarters at Vancouver, Wash. Tho appoint
ment is made from Montreal.
Late Shipping Intelligence.
- • ARRIVED. Sk-i •¦•1
r :=;V, . . Monday, May 4.
Echr Mary Etta,. Larsen, 8 days from Co
qullle.
v-,' BAILED. " '
Monday, May 4. •
: Btmr Ncwburg, -Anflndsen, Grays Harbor.
. Btmr Alcazar, Martin, .
MISCELLANEOUS. .
The brig Lurline, which went ashore at
Drakes Bar May 2, at 8:30 p m, was pulled
oil by the tug tiea Rover thla afternoon and
proceeded on her way to Port Hadlock, < henc«
May- 2. .^- ; : . ,
DOMESTIC PORTS.
, ABERDEEN— Arrived May 4— Schr Zampa,
from Klawak.
PORT BLAKELEY— Sailed May 4— Br bark
Haddon Hall, for Cape Town.
FOREIGN PORT.
VICTORIA, B C^ — Arrived May 4 — Btmr
Olyrapia, from Hongkong.
¦ OCEAN STEAMERS.
. NEW YORK — Arrived May 6 — Stmr Minne
apolis, from London. ,
PLYMOUTH — Arrived May C — Stmr ¦ Kalsn
Wllhelm II, from New York, for Cherbourg
and Bremen, and proceeded.
FBXSNO SYSTEM SOLD.
FRESNO, May 4.— It was announced to
£ay that H. E. Huntington had purchased
Fresno's electric street car system. Hunt
ington Is now the owner of all lines of
Ftreet car Eystema, as well as light and
power plants, in the raisin city.
. " 'I eee much significance,' he contin
ued, 'in the talk of our Democratic friends
about Cleveland. Undoubtedly they 'will
turn to him again, trusting that hia luck
has not deserted him. At any rate, there
is something very much like an Intention
to nominate Mr. Cleveland once more. <
" 'As for the Republicans, it will be
Roosevelt. There is no doubt about it.
My name has been mentioned, yes, but
only by a few foolish friends.' "
Should Mr. Cleveland be nominated by
the Democrats next year it will be against
the wishes of Mrs. Cleveland, said A.
Maurice Low of the Boston Globe to-day.
A man who was in Washington recently
and who has for many years been inti
mately acauainted with Mr. and Mrs.
Cleveland told Mr. Low that a few weeks
ago he was a guest of the Clevelands at
Princeton, when, in the course of conver
sation, the probability of Mr. Cleveland
being renominated came up.
With a great deal of earnestness Mrs.
Cleveland said ehe hoped Mr. Cleveland
would not get the nomination. Mr. Cleve
land appeared to be much Interested in
what Mrs. Cleveland said, and quietly
turned to his caller and laughingly added
that in view of what Mrs. Cleveland had
Eald it would be impossible for him to
accept the nomination, even If it should
be tendered to Iiim.
A dispatch from Boston says the Post
to-day declared for Cleveland.
NEW YORK, May 4.— The World has
the following from Chicago: "Senator
Hanna is certain that Grover Cleveland
will b-s nominated for a third term by
the Democrats.
' " The reception he received in St.. Louis
was remarkable, in that hotbed of ex
ploded Bryanism," said tho Senator, when
he reached here to-day. ; .
Special Dispatch to Th» Call.
Says Cleveland Will Be
the Opponent of
Roosevelt.
Nearly all of Hoppln'9 life was devoted
to agricultural pursuits, which he con
ducted Intelligently, and Judiciously. He
gave his closest attention, deepest study,
excellent judgment and untiring energy to
the management of his business affairs.
He was a lover and breeder of fine horses
and eome of the fastest animals in the
history of the State were the product of
his stock farm. He was for many years
president of the Fortieth Agricultural
District Association. The funeral serv
ices will be held at the family residence
at 8 p. m. Wednesday.
Hoppin crossed the plains three times.
In 1S74 he- returned to Niles, Mica., where
on the 10th of November he was married
to. Miss Emily A. Bacon, who survives
him. They returned Boon afterward to
California PJid lived continuously at the
Hoppin home north of Cache .Creek and
west of Cacheville. To them were born
six children, Fred. Harriet, Edward,
Edith, Charles R. Jr. and Dorothy. Ed
ward, the eecond Eon, died two years ago
last January. The others are still living
and, with their mother, were at the.bed
side of their father when he breathed
his last.
century, died at his home
near Cachevile at 11 o'clock this morn-
Ing. He had been in failing health for
Eome time but arose this morning, ap
parently better than usual. He ate a
hearty breakfast about 8:30 o'clock.
Shortly afterward he complained of feel
icar very ill, •. He was . pu,t tp, bed, but
soon. lapsed into ¦unconsoiousness. He died
of an apoplectio stroke.
Mr. Hoppin. Was a. native 'of Madison
County, New York, -where he was born
on March 29, 1S29. In 1849 he crossed the
plains with ox teams, reaching- Lassen
ranch en October 20 of that year. He
mined in that vicinity for neatly-a. year,
after which he located in Yolo 'County.
He and his brother Jointly purchased SOW
acres of land near Cachevillft. ••;¦.••'; -.
WOODLAND, May 4.— Charles
R. Hoppin, a pioneer of Cali
fornia and a resident of Yolo
County for more than half a
Special Dispatch to The Call.
Charles Hoppin,a Yolo
County Pioneer,
Passes Away.
WELL, KNOWN TOLO COUNTT
PIONEER WHOSE DEATH OC
CURRED YESTERDAY.
Settlement on the franchise must be
made by 11:30 o'clock, for by that time the
remaining $39,000 must be paid down. If
the balance is paid over It will prove that
2Jun.tir.gton has refused to yield to South
ern Pacific demands and the opposition'^
•uill'go on more fiercely. If the $11,000 de
posit Is forfeited the franchise will lapse,
end that will have been the price of
forcing Huntington to terms.
A crowded lobby witnessed the bidding.
Several more franchises will come' up dur
ing the cext few days, and Interest in the
result is Intense. The city Is the bene
ficiary of the war, and to-day'a sale will
po a long way toward liquidating the big
oeficit in the municipal treasury.
Huntington intimated that th» Southern
I'acifio people had Invited fclni to come to
terms, .taring threatened to block hi3
e\fry rnoye if he refused to. make certain
concessions. Significant of this. Js the de
pcftiire of Huntington for San Francisco
on the Owl to-night, where it Is expected
u conference will be held to-morrow morn
ir.? which will decide for war or peace.
The biddinz started with eealed offers
cf $2500 each by Johnson and Huntington
end $0000 by T. J. Hook, president of the
Traction eystem, which the opposition
syndicate recently acquired for a nucleus,
liuntington and Johnson kept going at
each other better by leaps of from $500
to $20,000, until Huntington raised John
eon'a. bid of SS2.jO0 to even $100,000. John
ton eaid $110,000, and Huntington quit and
Immediately left tho chamber. As each
offer was made 10 per cent of the price
¦was laid on the clerk's desk in gold treas
ury notes. Huntingdon said afterward:
"The franchise is not worth over 55000.
end. will not even pay interest on $110,000."
Hunt'.ngton had applied for the fran
chise arid his attorney promptly filed ap
plication for another franchise, almost pa
ralleling the one lost.
"The Southern Pacific made the offer of
$110,000," declared Huntington, "and is be
hind the offer to give the city S-cent fares.
They mar deny it to the public and the
newspapers, but they never deny -it to
me."
Ir was very interesting end exciting.
A* comparatively unimportant franchise
for a. car line running' two miles on Sixth
eircet, from Figueroa street to the city
limits, was sold to G. G. Johnson on a
bid. of 5110.006, the necessary deposit of
Sil.OtW cash being made, Johnson repre
sented the Southern Pacific Fyndicate,
F.iid to include Senator W- A- Clark. E.
H. Harrlman, W. 1^. Elkins of Philadel
phia and Richard C. Kernes of St. Ivouia.
Huntington cat smiling throughout the
lidding, his offers being made by Attor
ney William EX Dunn.
L£»S ANGETLES, May 4,— The first open
bat'tle in the warfare of the Clark-Harri
mah eyntficate upon the Huntlngton-
Hen'man electric railway corporation for
the! trolley traffic of L»os Angeles and
Southern California occurred to-day In
the City Council chamber.
Sreclal DJeratch to Th» Call
Electric Boilroad Magnate Coming to
San Francisco, Presumably to De
'termine if the I-os Angeles
War Shall Continue.
Immense Sum Buys Compara
tively Unimportant
\ Privilege.
SENATOR HANNA
MAKES FORECAST
Queen Helena witnessed the review
from a state carriage. She and the other
members of the royal and Imperial partie3
were heartily cheered.
The Emperor asked regarding Mr.
Roosevelt's health and said he had heard
of his arrival at St. LouIb, The Emperor
recalled having met Embassador Myer at
the Kiel regatta last year, when the
schooner yachts all sailed In one class.
He explained that this year the regatta
would be arranged so that the schooners
will sail in different classes, in order to
give his American schooner an opportu
nity of showing what she can do.
Owing to the recent heavy rains the mil
itary review in Emperor William's honor
to-day did not take place on the regular
parade ground, but was held at Cento
celle, on a large plain five miles from this
city. The troops numbered about 25,000
men. Emperor William recalled. the fact
that on the same field he had reviewed
50,000 men with the late King Humbert.
Notwithstanding the distance of Cento
celle from Rome, it was estimated that
100,000 persons gathered to witness the
magnificent spectacle. The two sover
eigns, the two German Princes. Crown
Prince Frederick William and Prince
Eitel, and four Italian Princes and their
suites and 300 officers in brilliant uni
forms, their accouterments sparkling in
the sun, formed a picture briliant In the
extreme.
ROME, May 4.— Emperor William to
day received in private audience the mem
bers of the diplomatic corps, in order of
seniority, American Embassador Myer
fourth in the list. The conversation be
tween him and the Emperor lasted for
some time and was quite confidential, but
it can be said that the Emperor asked
about President Roosevelt and charged
the Embassador to send hie respects.
Clark-Harriman Syndi
cate Wins a Fran
chise Fight.
Embassador Myer and Kaiser
Enter Into Confidential
Conversation.
Call on German Em
peror and Are Cor
dially Welcomed.
HUNTINGTON
FORCES BIDS
AND RETIRES
DIPLOMATS PAY
THEIR RESPECTS
DEATH CALLS
BREEDER OF
FINE HORSES
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, MAY 5. 1903.
Some of Our Delusions.
We think we are a •well-drepaed people,
but we are not. "We- think we know how
to eat, but we bolt our meals and spend
enough on dyspepsia medicine to convert
the heathen. We think wo hava freo gov
ernment, but we bow to plundering poli
ticians as though they were absolute mon
archs of our lives and thoughts.— Phila
delphia Post.
The Postofflce Department has recently
printed statistics of its operations from
1775 to 1902. In 17&) there were only sev
enty-five postofflces, the budget of the
department was about $7600 and the length
of the routes served about 2300 miles. In
1901 the number of offices was 76,600, tha
total length of postal . routes over 461,000
miles and the receipts about (116,000,000.
In 1SG0 only 1,100,000 stamps were issued,
while now business requires 4.330.000,000.
In 1S73, when postal cards were first used,
31,000,000 sufficed; at present the issue is
Our Postal Service, 1775-1902.
660,000.000 annually. In 1790 about 5CO.0OO
letters, newspapers and parcels were
transported. The corresponding figures In
1901 was 7,424.000.000.
The Fishery Board of Scotland has ex
perimented upon the migration of salmon
to dettrmlne If the flsh return, year after
year, to tho same river. A metal tag
bearing a number is attached to speci
mens that are subsequently freed. The
last report of tho board recites that twen
ty-four-salmon so marked were caught
during the next season. Of these twenty
four nineteen were taken In tho same
river In which thev ' had been set free
during the preceding season: four were
caught In waters close to their birthplace,
and only one in distant waters. This lat-
The .Migration of Salmon.
4
ADVEBTISEMENTS.'
Five Per Cent.
Twenty Year Gold Bonds.
Anotter policy held by Sir. XTntertOBK w*« t
| Per Cent. Twenty- Year OoM Bond Policy Tor
flO.000, on which he bad paid six annualpay-
meets of J448.70 each. This fena -of- policy was
elso devised and introduced by The Mutual Life
Insurance : CojaMay of New Vork, *nd In settle.
jseot of this policy the Company will Issue ten
oae-Cbousand dollar 8 Per Cent. Twtnty-Trar
Gold Bond*, the income from which will b« JSOO
b year for twenty years. The face of the pollcv
•10,000, will b« p*>d at the end ef twenty ye«£
(Philaddphia Rtcerd A> m Ipe ,j'
If yxn desire to know on yrhzt terms
you c*n contract for the jmrehaae of 5 Pet-
Cent. Gold Bond*; deliverable to yonx»elf
in /-twenty, yean ©r to your, family
Immediately, in cat* of yonr death, ttate
the amount of annual income yon wish
toseccre for yourself twenty year* hence
cad give date of your birth.
rccsrr.u. C*dar, 'William and X/berty sts..
New York. N. T.
ETANT.ET FOSEES, Ma-aajrer,
Mutual lAIt Bnilfllng, San f ranclsco, CaL
"King of the Flock"— Art Supplement Next Sunday, May 10
BYRON
HOT SPRINGS.
Reached by the Southern Pacific Co. :
Unequaled climate spring, summer, au-
tumn or winteiv, ¦ New hotel complete -In.
every particular. .Luxurious . batha and
most curative water known for rheu-
matism, gout; sciatica, liver, kidney -and
stomach, troubles. ' - ,<
Sixty-eight miles 'from San -Francisco,
85 miles from Sacramento, 85. miles from
Stockton. -All the comforts of home and
attractions of. th* ¦- country. . „ ,'
Hot Mineral Baths, Hot Mud and Sul-
phur Baths. Swimming Tank.'. Riding
and Driving horses. Shuffle Boards,
Lawn Tennis, Pool. Billiards, Ping Pong.
Croquet. : • • • : r ' " "
Rates in cottages $17 50 per week.;$3 per
day and upward. In. Main .Hotel. ..Use of
s.11 baths and waters- free . to gueats.
For further information call on Peck's
Information Bureau. 11- Montgomery st.,
or address ' •" - • '
H. R. WARNER^.Manag«r, .-
Byron Hot .8prlngs. Cal.- ¦
" NAPA Japa County,
SODA SPRINGS, Cal. |
FOR HEALTH AND PLEASURE GO TO
Napa Soda Springs. Situated 10O0 feet above
the beautiful Napa Valley. Hot and cold soda
baths Shetland ponies and burros for children.
Tw o trains dally 7:30 a m. and 4 p. m. Add.
DOLLMANN & JACOBS. Napa Soda Springs.
THIS IS THE PRETTIEST
TIME OF THE YEAR AT
;£TNA SPRINGS
The mountains are beautiful and the drives
aro grand, the waters are at their best. Charm-
ing cottage life, with flrst-class board. Saddle-
horfees galore. Amusements of every sort.
Prices to suit all. fiend for pamphlPt. Address
AETNA SPRINGS CO.,
AETNA SPRINGS, Napa Co., Cal.
gLUE £AKES
Our. famous White- Sulphur Spring for dys-
pepsia and all etomarh ailments. Plenty of
boating, • bathing, fishing and hunting. New
cottages. Tennis court, r«>Ku]atIon size. Send
for new pamphlet. O. WEISMAN, Midlake
P. O., Lake County, Cal.
Gilroy Hot Springs
For hralth and pleasure; water unsurpassed
for rheumatism, kidney. ' liver "and stomach
trouble. Trained masseur. Long ' distance
phone. Trains from Third and Townsend at 0
a. m. and 3 p. m. Write for pamphlets.
R. ROBERTSON.
AGUA CALIENTE SPRINGS.
We • have " added ¦' many - attractions to this
beautiful and romantic Epot. Open all year
round. The nearest Hot -Sulphur Springs to
San Franclsec. Temperature '115 degrees. No
staging. Fare $1 10. ; Sure cure for rheuma-
tism, asthma and all kindred ailments. We
have five dltTerpnt hot sulphur springs and tub
and plunge baths and tlw largest mineral water
swimming tank In the State. Table and rooms
first class. Inquire Peck's, 11 Montgomery St.,
or address Theo. Richards, Agua Callente, So-
noma County. Cal.
TAHOE TAVERN AT. LAKE TAHOE
Will open for inspection of guests June 1. Our
patrons of la«t season say: "Tahoe Tavern Is
the equal of any summer resort hotel In the
world." and that Lake Tahoe has no equal.
Visit us and prove statement for yourselves.
Rates from $3.50 per day upward. For par-
ticulars or reservation of rooms address J. A.
CLOUGH, Occidental Hotel.
SUMMER HOME FARM
SANTA CBUZ MOUNTAINS.
Fine location,, on creek, surrounded by giant
redwoods; newly furnished; everything for
comfort and pleasure. Send for booklet. H.
W. HAINES, prop.. Glenwood, Cal., or call 11
Montgomery st.
HORTH SHORE JOCALOMA ¦}«¦
Bertrand Hotel; flrst-class accommodations;
reasonable rat»>s for families & parties; fishing,
bathing, beautiful drives to Bear Valley; tele-
phone, JOS. F. BERTRAND, or Bulletin office
every Friday, 2 to 4 p. m., or No. Shore R. R.,
C20 Market.
ASTORC SPRINGS.
LAKE CO.. CAL.. via CALISTOGA and WM.
SPIERS' stage (best equipped Una In the State)
direct to the celebrated Tunnel Springs. These
miraculous waters have cured many diseases.
Bend for circulars. A. ASTORG, 10S Fifth St.,
San Francisco.
HOTEL BEN LOMOND,
BANTA CBUZ MOUNTAINS.
Now open. For booklet, apply to Peck's Bureau,
11 Montgomery Bt.. or S. P. Co.,. 613 Market at.
B. DICKINSON, Prop., Ben Lomond. Cal.
SUMMIT HOTEL
And. cottages, Santa Cruz Mts.. Vt mile from
Wrights; new management; fruit, milk, cream;
$8. $10, 512 week. Information 11 Montgomery
St., B. F.. or Summit Hotel. Wrights, Cal.-
KLAMATH SPRINGS,
BESWICK, SISKITOU CO.. CAL.
Finest fishing, hunting and health resort on
the coast. ' Send for booklet. *
EDSON BROS., Proprietors; '
BAY STATE HOUSE
AND COTTAGES
BANTA CRUZ — Sunny ; rooms, good table,
best service; reasonable rates.
. MRS. L. MATHISON, Proprietress.
HOWELL MT.- WOODWORTH'S.
' High altitude. No fog. Purest spring water.
Home fruits, milk, etc. * Residence 28 yrs. $7
per week. Address W00DW0RTH & 1IUL-
LER. St. Helena. CaJ.
0000©©«GO©00«©00©©0000
I B/YRTL ETT |
s ."..SPRINGS I
f* The greatest mountain health and a
n pleasure resort on the Pacific Z
O w Coast. A delightful spot to spend «S
your vacation. ' . *f
• Here the sick will regain health, £
• : the weary .find rest and the pleaa- ©
O ure Eeeker have an enjoyable out- O
O Ing. ..... q
<y. HOTEL RATES: $12 to $17.50 per a
ts week. Housekeeping cottages, $3 to Z
S w ¦ $15 per week. . c j!
AMUSEMENTS: . Music, dancing, •
billiards, ehuffleboard, ping pong, 9
€> tennis, bowling croquet, riding, ©
Q swimming, . hunting and fishing. Q
ft (Shady ' walks and drives. ' «
o BATHS:- Hot water, vapor, tub, JL
a mineral, etc., with competent mas- x
X seurs in" attendance. 2
'••'-•Write to J..E. McMAHAN. man- •
• ager, BARTL.ETT SPRINGS*} CAI* ©
• . Or call at 2 SUTTER STREET, ©
© Fan Francisco. Q
OOOOOP»QOOOO»0»OQ«0«OQ
AUTOMOBILES ' TENNIS
NEW ANNEX BOWLING
NEW LANAI , . ORCHESTRA
"THERE'S NO PLACE
' LIKE HOME" WAS
SUNG BEFORE HOTEL
VENDOME WAS OPENED
GOLF GEO. P. SNEL.L.
PING-PONG MANAGER
SWIMMING SAN JOSE, CAL.
PARAISO SPRINGS
MOHTEEEY COUNTT, CAL.
The leading Summer Resort of the
Pacific Coast. Hot Soda and Sulphur
Baths, large Swimming Tank, first-class
table. Send for beautiful illustrated
booklet and rates to F. W. Schroeder.
Manager, or San Francisco Agent. 1 1 1
Montgomery street.
CAP I TOLA
The seaside resort of Central California-
Enlarged and improved. Rates per day
$2 SO and upward- Open May 81. Fine -
orchestra. Addi'.-ss for hotel. R. M.
BRIARE; for cottages. F. REANIER.
Capltola, Cal. For general Information.
Peck's Information Bureau, 11 Montgomery
st., San Francisco. Cal. Send for booklet.
HOTEL NEVILLS. I
Best equipped hotel on the mother lode.
Headquarters for commercial and mining
men. Under new management.
JAMESTOWN, CAL.
Adams Springs
"Why does -Adams Springs, Lake County, get
the crowd T Because It cures. It Is the best
water, has the best climate and gives the best
service. Send for book of testimonials. Full
particulars at Travelers' Information Bureau,
tito Market street, or by addressing
DR. XV. R. PRATHER, Proprietor.
Hotel Rowardennan.
BEN LOMOND, SANTA CRUZ COUNTT.
ALWAYS OPEN.
Regular season opens June 1, tinder entirely
new and progressive management. For Infor-
mation and free booklet apply Peck's Bureau.
11 Montgomery street; the Railway Handbook,
G30 Market street, San Francisco, or to
H. F. ANDERSON, Proprietor.
A. C. ROSCOE. Manager.
HOTEL WILLITS.
First season. New building; up to date
equipment; over a hundred rooms, handsomely
furnished; large dlning-rocm; rooms en suite
with private baths; hot and cold water; elec-
tric lights; first-class plumbing and perfect
sewerage. Redwoods and mountainous country
around with all their pleasures; center of the
deer hunting and fishing of Mendodno County.
$2 to $3 50 per day; $10 to $18 per week. Ad-
dress WILLIAM WEIQAND. Manager. WU-
llts. Mendodno County. Cal.
OWN A HOME in t?f e u a l u - CAMP MEEKER
Free from fog and wind; 700 lots sold: 250
cottages built; lots $10 up; cottages built by
proprietor; $50 up; free tenting ground, boat-
Ing bathing, sawmill, depot, stores, post, ex-
press and telephone offices; via Sausallto ferry.
M. C. MEEKER. Camp Meeker.
WITTEB MEDICAL SPRINGS, Lake
Co., Cal. — Good climate, unsurpassed table and
best mineral water on earth; hotel open for
guests the entire year; positively cures Stom-
ach, Liver, Kidney and Bladder troubles.
Ticket via Cal. Northwestern R. R. to Uklah.
Address Witter Medical Springs Co., main of-
fice and water depot, 016 Market St., S. F., or
R. r McCormlck, Witter Springs, Lake Co.. Cai:
THE GEYSERS — A flrst-class family
resort. Leon Coblentz, formerly with Mar-
chand's and Delmonlco, has entire supervision
of the cuisine and dining-room. Swimming
baths, hot springs. Hunting, fishing; $10, $12
and $14 par week, $2 50 per day. Information
CaJ. N. W. Ry., 6J5O Market St.: also FABIUS
FERAUD, Prop., Tho Geysers, Sonoma Co.
AMONG THE PINES — Alt 2024 «T
Wood's ranch; $6-$8 wk; write for pamphltt.
Robt. F. Warham. Applegate, Placer Co.,C*l.
Highland
Springs
FOR HEALTH
MINERAL WATERS of proven efficacy, for
liver, kidney, malaria, rheumatism and stom-
ach troubles. A physician of ability, experienced
In advising their use (free). BATHS of all
kinds and massage. Purest mountain air.
FOR PLEASURE
• Large Livery Stable and excursions to other
resorts and points of interest, many of which
can be made In one day. REGULATION AL-
LEY, TENNIS. CROQUET, PING-PONG,
SHUFFLE-BOARD, FREE SWIMMING
TANK and ORCHESTRA. DANCING six
nights of the week. Beautiful walks and
drives.
Telephone, express and postofflce.
Hard-finished rooms; flrst-class table; electric
lights.
Rates $10 to $16 a week.
For booklets and other Information call on
Tourist Bureau. 11 Montgomery st., "Travelers'
Bureau," 630 Market St.. or address
CRAIG & KtiKR,
Highland Springs. Lake Co.. Cal.
Santa Catalina Island.
8H hours from Los Aogalea. I
World's fishing records.
OUR FAMOUS MARINE BAND, S3 ART-
ISTS, i
Hunting the wild goat, boating, bathing.
golf, tennis, eto.
CAMP LIFE A SPECIAL FEATURE.
Hundreds of tents with famishing* entirely
new this season.
Electric lighting.
HOTEL M-ETKOPOLE, first class. Always
open.
Descriptive matter from BANNTNO CO.. 233
South Spring St.. Los Angeles, or E. C PECK.
10 Market at.. San Francisco.
o is n r\ r\ r% noT springs, eonoma
UArl \J\JW from San Francisco and
but 0 miles' staging; wa-
ters noted for medicinal virtues; best natural
hot mineral water bath In State; boating and
swimming in Warm Springs Creek: good trout
streams; telephone, telegraph, daily mall, ex-
press and San Francisco morning and evening
papers; FIRST-CLASS HOTEL AND STAGE
SERVICE; both morning and afternoon stages;
round trip from San Francisco only $3 SO. Take
Tiburon ferry at 7:30 a. m. and 2:30 p. m.
Rates $2 a day or $12 a week. References, any
guest of the past eight years. Patronage of
1902 unprecedented. Information at Tourist In-
fcrmation Bureau, 11 Montgomery St.; alem at
Traveler office. 630 Market St.. or of J. F.
MULGREW, Skaggs. CaL
JDTZy. O. O. O'TJO:OTTEI-iT_j's
MINERAL SPRINGS AT GLEN F.I.I. EN.
the best camping, picnic and pleasure re-
sort on the Coast. The greatest remedy for
lung disease, liver and stomach complaints,
rheumatism and catarrh in the world; . 44
miles from S. F. The S. P. R. R. and S. F.
tc N. P. R. R. give special rates to campers;
30 cottages and tents furnished: rent cheap;
no fogs nor poison oak at the park: mineral
water, boats, bathing and fishing free. Meals
served at Hotel Riverside at reasonable rates
Inquire of DR. C. C. CDONNELL. office
1021% Market St., bet. Sixth and Seventh. Saa
Francisco.
JOHANNiSBERC
Hotel; modern conveniences; large, airy dln-
Icg-rocm; exhilarating alrr hunting, fishing,
swimming. bGatfn?; rates $10 and $12. THEO.
BLANCKENBERG JR.. Prop.. Oakvllle. Napa
Co.. or PECX'S BUREAU. 11 Montgomery st.
DUNCAN SPRINGS.
Two miles from Hopland. Mendodno Coun-
ty. Unsurpassed mineral waters; fine hotel
and first-class table. Rates $10 to $12. Fur-
nlshed housekeeping cottages. J. S. HOWELL.
Proprietor.
HOTEL BON AIR.
Opens May 15. New, modern SO- room hotel;
Ross Valley: every convenience; first class in
every particular; finning, boating, swimming,
beautiful drives. MR. and MRS. J. E. MAN-
LOVE (formerly Mrs. Leach), props. P. O.
address Ross Valley, Marin Co.
UfllTT'ti I Opens June L Charming sum-
nUII I j I mer home. - Perfect climate.
Mr hi I n I Comfort, quietude, recreation.
IVl fclMLU I Excellent table. One hour from
n* oir I city. Nine trains dally. Address
rAKK I IRA G. HOITT. Hoitt's School.
La Honda and Peseadero.
Buy your railroad tickets to Redwood City,
0 a. m. train from Third and Townsend sts.
and 9:20 a. m. train from San Jose; connect
with stage direct. Address WALTER KNIGHT.
Redwood City.
OCEAN VILLA.
SANTA CRUZ. '
Large grounds. Boating and bathing free.
Dancing, billiards. Free bus. R. M. CLARK/
MONTRIO HOTEL
One mil* from famous "Bohemian QrovV*;
new management; all refitted. Quietude, com-
fort, pleasure; hunting, fishing, boating; fresh
milk, cream and best of everything. Address
C F. CARR. Manager. Montrio. CaL
CAMPERS' PARADISE. . .
Guernewood Park, on Russian River. Boating,
Bathing and Fishing. Cots and tents rested.
Write for clrc. Guerne A McLane, Guernevllle.
LOS GATOS.
HOTEL LYNDON 2S2I5?
amusements, lawn tennis, croquet, mountain
climate In town; opposite depot; city accom-
modations in the Santa Cruz Mts. Apply early
for rooms. HOTEL LYNDON. Los Qatoa.
SABATOOA SFBISGS, TODEX HEW
MAKAOEMEWT, with 15 mine-ai
springs; 12 bathrooms; bowling; tennis; first
class. Address Peck's Bureau. 11 Montgomery
st.; C. N. W. Ry.. C50 Market at., and Barker
& Carpenter, Bachelor P. O., Lake Co.
LOTUS FAJ&X SWMSS KXSOBT — SH
Miles from Napa In the redwoods. Natural
lake, boat riding, fishing, fine drives, hunting.
Terms, $8 and up per week; children under 12,
$5 per week. Carriage to or from Napa, 73c
J. TEPLY, Prop.. Napa. CaL P. O. box 12a
BOAED; rKUIT r ABM— Fare 80c;
free, carriage, $8 50. Address MAZANA
FARM, Redwood City.
"VACATION
1903"
13 NOW READY.
Aa t» well known. tH* book, tamod
«r«rr y*ar bj th«
California Norfcwestcrn
Railway,
THB PICTTntESQTTE ROTJTB OF
CALIFORNIA.
Is tfcs standard publication oa th« Pa-
dflo Coa«t for Information reKardlas*
Mineral Spring Resorts, Cotm-
try Homes and Farms Where
Summer Boarders Are Taken,
and Select Camping Spots.
"VACATION IOCS" contains ov«r 100
pages baauttfullr Illustrated and is
complete In lta detailed Information as
to location. Accommodation*, attrac-
tions, terms, ate.
To be had at the Ticket Offices of tho
Company. 820 Market St. (Chronicl*
building), asd Tlburon Ferrr. toot of
Market st.; also at the O«neral Offic*.
Mutual Ufa buildlnr. corner 3»njon»
and California st*., San Francisco.
Applications by mall will receive Im-
mediate response.
H. C WHITINO. Gen'l Mana««r.
_Jk-3£»-HXAy^Gen'l Pa—'r A&
HOTEL DEL CAZATEEO — The Hotel
and cottages fcava been entirely renovated. A
first-class country resort, situated amon* tha
bis redwoods of Sonoma County, on Use Rua*
sian River. Hunting and Csaln* la abundance.
No staging annoyance. Tha kitchen is presided
over by a first-class French cook. The tabla
and service will satisfy the most faatldioas.
Postofflce and WeUs-Fano Expre»« In hotel.
L*ave Saosallto ferry at 7:80 a. m. Round trip
ticket, rood for thirty day*. $3 73. Term*.
$2 60 per day: |I3 and $14 p«r w»e*. Also
meals a la carte. 3. J. THIRION, proprietor.
Caxadero. Sonoma Coanty. CaL
HARBIN SPRINGS.
Most desirable In Lake Co. ; contains anlphtir.
Iron, magnesia and arsenic: wonderful core* of
rheumatism, catarrh, kidney, liver and stom-
ach troubles; new ¦rymnaslum, bowline allay,
handball court and bllllard-room. Acetylene
ras plant, livery, home dairy, fine Te*etabt»
garden. Round-trip tickets, H. F. office. $&.
J. A. HAYS. Prop. '
VOXnTTATJf VIEW BASCS HOTEL
And Cottages In heart of mountain*, near
Eanta Cruz. Our table is onr recommendation;
lst-clasa accom.; new lcipvts. : terms. $3 up;
phone swimming tank, amasexaests,* croquet,
bowling alley, daily mail: campers' tickets ta
Plywood. *fr3$%£3j!3 a l$£ ena .
VICHY SPRINGS
3 miles from Uklah. Mendodno Co. Natural
electric waters, chanjeagne baths. Only pla»»
in the world of this class. Fishing, hunting.
Crvstal 6i)ilnzs. Accommodations; table nrst
class. J. A. REDEMEYER A CO.. Props.
SE LA SOZA BSSOBT,
GIBBS, CAL.
Campers Uckets $2 75 to Zayanti. Frse
coach takes you to this lovely resort la th»
Santa, Cru* Mts., 1800 ft. above sea level. . No
foes No frosts. Huntlnsr. fishing, free camp-
Ing groands. Wrtto F. THORNBUKT. JMgr.
BEAUTIFUL LATJEEIi SELL.
SWITZERLAND OF AMERICA. Boatlag.
swimming, marine toboggan, saddle horses, tal-
ly-ho coaches, bowling, croquet, largest dining-
room in Lake Co. Pamphlets 650 Market, or
Peck" 9. 11 Montgomery. ED. DURNAX, Prop.
CONGBESS SPRINGS.
A charming resort in the Santa Cms Moun-
tains, 6 ml!-s from Loa Gatos; two hours from
Ban Francisco. Tennis, swimming and all
•ports. Table unsurpassed. Best mineral wa-
ters on the coast. H. R. RAND. General
Manager. Saratoga P. O.
HOBEBG'S — Among the Pine Moun-
tains. California's choicest climate. The
place to enjoy the country. Bowling, swim-
ming, croquet, hunting, fishing and the b*st of
meals. Rates %S per week. For further infor-
mation inqulre-10 Montgomery st.. or Hoberg's.
Lake County. MRS. M. HOBERO, Prop.
VILLA FOJTTEirAT — First-class resort:
Santa Cruz Mts.; hotel, cottages; croquet,
tennis, billiards, bowling, amusement hall;
electric lights: table 1st clasa; $10 to $11.
phone; campers' ret. .tlck«ts. $2 80: circa-
fars. J. H. HAESTER3. Glenwood. Cal.
LIEKLT BArTCH — Excellent table.
Plenty frsah. milk, butter, vegetables, fruit;
good fishing, hunting; $7 to $S week. Special
rates families. Round-trip S. F. $12. JERR C
LIERLY. Potter Vall«y. Mendodno Co.. Cai.
CLASH RAZTCH, Kenwood Station. So-
noma County, 1 mile from station; good hunt-
Ing and fishing; excellent table; $3 and $10 per
week; parties met at station.
ANDREW ANDERSON.
ELITE HOTEL, Sonoma, Cal. — Peter
GOUAIUIARDON, Prop. Newly renovated
and now open for summer guests. Rates rea-
sonable.
HOTEL LA EOSSA — Situated In tha
Redwoods. Good trout fishing. Telephone.
Booklet. MRS. I. J. Sears. La Honda. Saa
Mateo County. CaL
HALraiOOZT BAT — Occidental Hotel.
Headquarters fishermen and tourists; splendid
cccntry table; San Mateo stage passes house;
rates reas.; cewly ren. A. T. Gllcrest. Prop.
GLEITWOOD HOTEL— In tha redwoods.
Santa Cruz Mts.; .5 mln. depot; swimming,
cream, fruit, poultry. amua*t hatl; r'd trip.
$2 6O;$S»-$lO-$12wk. Wm.Martln.Glenwood.Cai.
MOUNTAIN VIEW PASM — Less than
than one-quarter mile from town. On Russian
River. Rates $7 to $10 a week. Address MRS.
H. A. 8TAGO. Guernevllle. Cal.
BESO-SHEIM — In the Santa Cruz red-
woods: $7 and (3 weekly. For circulars write
Mrs. E. Wllken, R. F. D. box 121, Santa Crux.
AT COTTLE'S Fruit and Dairy Farm;
good board for 6 persons. In tents. J. W.
COTTLB. Oeyservllle. Sonoma County. CaL
WILLOW RANCH— A charming spot In the
Santa Cruz redwoods; milk, fruit, sprit.*
water, dally mail ;" excellent table, $tS60 per
wk. MRS. WM. CRANDELU Santa Cruz. Cal.
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