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Special round-trip tickets, $10, include
railroad fare and two days' board at the
famed Hotel Del Monte. Leave San
Francisco nest Saturday or Sunday.
Through parlor car to the hotel. Golf
links never greener and surf bathing 1s
delightful •
Decoration Day at Del Monte.
The Wilmcrding School of Indus
trial Arts graduating exercises will be
held to-morrow morning at 10:30
o'clock at the school, Seventeenth and
Utah streets. The address will be de
livered by Professor Henry Morse
Stephens of the University of Califor
nia. During the afternoon and even
ing both the Lick and Wilmerding
•chools jyill exhibit work done by stu
dents during the last year. The pub
lic is invited to attend.
Graduating Exercises.
CALL subscribers r-ontexnplatlnr a
chansre of residence during- the summer
months can have their paper forwarded
by mail to their new address by notify,
in* THE CALL Business Office. This
paper will also be on sale at all summer
resorts and is represented by a local
ag/ent in all towns on the coast.
TO SUBSCRIBERS IjEAVING TOWS
ron the summer.
A gold medal, for penmanship, presented by
the college — Henry A. Davle; next in merit,
C J. Conner; third place. M. Falomlr. •
Commercial diplomas— John Francis Hessler.
Oakland; John Martin Knudeen,
Francis Cleaves, Alameda: Julian Pascuat
Medina Durango. Mexico; Charles John Fee
han Oakland; Albert Orvll Selby. Oakland:
Francis Patrick Gleason. Sonoma; Bartholomew
Banahan Burke. Sonora; Edward Joseph Mc-
Peake. Oakland.
A gold medal, for Christian doctrine pre
sented by the college — Luke F. Morgan; next
In merit. J. C. Freeman; third place, F. J.
Killman.
A gold medal, for Christian doctrine, pre
sented by the coll-ge — Harold B. Ruebelmann
ntxt In m.»r;t W. J. Thompson; third place,
J. E. Derham.
A gold medal, for elocution, academic de
partment, presented by the. college — Frajicis
\V Dunn; next In merit, E. S. McCutcheon
third place, H. T. Shaver.
The science 11,— dal, awarded for the best
es-say on a scientific subj«*-t— Walter B. Hlnkle
cext in merit, X. J. Piokie.
The Ermfnold (to!<l medal, for mechanical
drawing, founded by friend* of the college
Noble J. Pickle; next in merit, W. J. Fiti
gerald.
The elocution gold medal, for the best com
petition in elocution, presented by Rev. J. E.
C"Ule. *77 — William R. McStay; next in merit
T. J. Trodder? and V. C. Derham.
The mathematics gold medal, for the best
competition in mathematics, presented by a
friend tf Ihe co:!"e*>— Hugh J. (Corcoran; next
in merit. \V. J. Fitzgerald; third place J. H
Dtvine.
The alumni gold medal, for the beet English
essay. foun-M by the Alumni Association ot
St. Mary's Cclle^o -James Francis McCue; next
In merit. A. I". Burke.
The Justin gold medal, for the best com
petitive examination In languages, founded by
the rewerend clergy of the archdiocese of Han
Francisco — Andrew Francis Burke; next in
m«-rit, 1L A. Da vie; third place T. J Trod
den.
The Archbishop's sold me&al, for evidences
of religion, founded by the Moft Rev. P. W.
Riordan. Archbishop of San Francisco — Andrew
Francis Kurke; next in merit, T. F. Greeley;
tl,ird place. T. j. Trodden.
The annual commencement of St.
Mary's College took place last night
at the Alhambra Theater, which was
crowded. Archbishop Montgomery
and many priests and brothers were
present.
The Archbishop pinned the medals
on th»» breasts of the medallists and
also presented the diplomas.
The honors were conferred as fol
lows:
The degree of bachelor of arts — Andrewr
Francis Burke, Vincent Charles Derham,
Thcmas Francis Greeley. James Francis Mc-
Cue. Thomas Joseph Trodden.
Honor medals:
ST. MARY'S COLLEGE HOLDS
COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES
Preparing to FJntcrtain the I)ruld«
SANTA CRUZ. May The Druid?
¦re making extensive preparations for
th" entertainment of the Grand Grove,
nblch will be in session here next
'month. There will be drives, dances
and a banquet.
The advance sale of seats will begin
to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock at the
box office of the Columbia Theater. The
same policy governing the sale of seats
for the Mansfield engagement will pre
vail for the engagement of Miss Adams
— that is, the sale to any one individual
will be limited to six tickets.
There has been more or le«s specula
tion as to where Maude Adams will go
next for a play in respect to nationali
ties. "The Little Minister" gave her
a Scots girl of a most attractive na
ture, and "Romeo and Juliet" sent her
to Italy as a Shakespearean heroine.
Next came "L'Aiglon." After that came
quality Street." in which an English
girl of the "Cranford" period was
shown. Miss Adams Oegan her pres
ent tour in "The Pretty Sister of Jose,"
in which she impersonated a Spanish
maiden of the mctlern type. The pub
lic, however, will never forget Maude
Adams as the Scots lassie in "The
Littl<v Minister." She will be seen fn
this famous play during her San Fran
cisco engagement.
Maude Adams to Play in The
Little Minister in
This City.
Veds a Belle of San Jose
SAN* JOSE. May :5.— Miss Hattie
Zeimer, a pretty and popular young
lady, became the bride of Constable
Jflin F. Shannon this morning. The
txtemaay v. as performed at St. Jos
eph's Catholic Church by Rev. Father
<;ieeson. A large number of friends
and relatives of the couple were pres
ebt.
MAUDE ADAMS. WHO WILL. AP
PEAR HERE IN "THE LITTLE
MINISTER."
Accepts Call to a Pastorate.
SANTA CRUZ, May 25.— Rev. George
Haerle, formerly of the German Meth
odist Theological Seminary at Berea,
Ohio, has accepted a call to the Ger
man Methodist Church at San Jose.
Crawford is the son of Joseph N.
Crawford, a prominent railroad official.
Joseph N. Crawford Jr. is a mechan
ical engineer with business connections
at Roanoke, Va. "He could not leave
his work for a period long enough to
go to San Francisco, and so arrange
ments were made for a meeting and a
wedding in Chicago.
Tho bride and groom left immediate
ly after the wedding for the groom's
home in Roanoke.
The wedding wa3 in a double sense a
union of families. The parents and
other members of the groom's family
came with him to meet the bride, and
the bride's parents and many relatives
accompanied her on the journey to
meet the groom:
Mis3 Christenson, now Mrs. Crawford,
is the daughter of Andrew Christenson,
manager of the Wells-Fargo. Express
Company's business in San Francisco.
CHICAGO, May 25.— Joseph N. Craw
ford Jr. pf Philadelphia journeyed
from the Kast and Miss Alice Christen
son cf San Francisco journeyed ¦ from
the West. The two met in Chicago and
were married to-day in St. Paul's
Church, Kenwood.
Eelatives of Both Sides Ac
company Contracting Per
sons to Witness Marriage
UNION OF FAMILIES
San Francisco Girl Meets Her
Eastern Fiance, in Chi
cago to Plight Troth
- The Musicians' Club had a merry
nipht of it on Tuesday, when "ladies' j
nijrht"' of annual occurrence was celo |
! iated with a banquet at the California •
Hotel. Fifty guests were entertained
;ir.d some clever toasts and much good j
musk: went round the board.
Among the speakers were Robert Tol- |
mie, president; Louis Hirsch. John D. .
«5ish, Thomas O'Connor, Harry Cowell
and C. A. Meyer.
The following musical numbers were j
rendered:
Duets of contralto and barytone. Os- j
<sr Weil. Miss Gertrude Wheeler and;
Homer Henley.
•A group of children's songs, Mrs. A. j
Fiokenscher.
Three songs by Lyle C. True, Miss :
'Millie Flynn.
Quintet <for strings), Misses Pasmore,
M. Fuhrer. M. Fickenscher and M. |
• • •
Th* marriape of L. H. Jacob! Jr. to
Miss Portia M. Coolidge of Ogden will
lake place at the Jacobl residence in i
Alameda on Tuesday next. May 31. j
• •u ins to a recent death in the family!
ihe wedding will be a very quiet one. i
Only members of the family will- be j
present. I
Th pngagcmfnt is announced of Miss
l.dyih Blanche Iloag and Merle Harold
Thorpe. Miss Hoag is tfee daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Hoag of Santa
Flosxu Mr. Thorpe is from Ellsworth,
Kpiis. The young couple met at Stan
ford University, where Mr. Thorpe is
prominent in student affairs. He is a
msnibrr of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon
fraternity, the author of the Junior
rarer. "The Man From Missouri," and
is the leader of the orchestra and band.
No date has as yet been set for the
g edding.
The wedding of Miss Leone Bridg
ford and William H. Rhodes will be
quietly celebrated to-day at 4 o'clock.
lr wiil be remembered that plans were
iria.de for an elaborate ceremony at the
SoroEis clubhouse May 5, but the sud
or-n and serious illness of the fair bride
i "mpellcd a postponement.
WILL SOON
APPEAR AT
COLUMBIA
WEDDING ONCE
POSTPONED TO
OCCUR TO-DAY
WED ON HALF
WAY GROUND
THE SAN FRANCJSCO CALL, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1004.
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CAZADERO
I The Geia of All Northern Betreata.
Drove, roresit. Glide and Dell.
Crest. Caayon. Hill and Dale.
Knoll, Knob, Peak and Mountain.
The horn* of the trout and the haunt of tae
deer. Reached over the North Shore Ity.. vi»
Sausalito Kerry.
A year ago I leaned this resort for a num-
ber of years. To-day I have the p!eaaur» to
tell you that, owing to last season's big aad
unprecedented patronage. I nave purchased thi»
magnificent domain of over 12C0 a'.-res. A thor-
ough renovation has been made of all ths prop.
erties. Insuring the best of service and ac-
commodation. In the matter of recreation
a new building containing a bowling alley has
been added, also a new tennis court, and boat-
Ing and bathing on the river, all free to gue»cs.
Free camping-grounds In the Cazadero giant
redwoods from May until October, but sani-
tary rules must be compiled with.
Lot«. one-quarter acre, for sale, from $'(VI
up. and cottages uutlt to suit at city figures.
Take Sausalito Ferry via North Shore Rail-
road. Round trip, good for six month*. $3 73.
Round trip. Friday till Monday. $3: no stat-
ing: depot on the ground. Fare at hotel or cot-
tages, $2 per day; $10 to $14 psr week; so-
cial rat* by the month.
For partlc'iUrs other than herein gtrea wrtt»
J. J. THIRION. cwner and manager. Hotel <l*l
Cazadtro. Sonoma Co., Cal.. or North Shore
R. R. office, 628 Market st.. San Francisco.
HOTEL ROWARDENNAN
"IN THE MOUNTAINS BT THE SEA."
BEN LOMOND— Santa Crua County.
REGULAR SEASON.
Will cpea May JStb under entirely new maa>
sgement. Round 'rip ticket* from San Kran-
dsco $3.00. For booklet apply Peck's Bureau,
11 Montgomery St.. S. F., or to WILLIAM 1*.
DODGE. Lessee.
LAKE COUNTY
Nrw. comfortabl* carriages direct to th*
mest picturesque portion of California. Bert
eo.ulpr*d stage line .n the State. Leaves Calls*
toga dally (Sundays excepted) at 11:30 ft. m .
direct to Harbin. Selgler. Adams. Howard. An-
derson. Hobergs. Spiers, Astorgs and Glenbrook;
half hour for lunch at Calistoga; also to Mid-
dletown. Lower Lake. Kelseyvllle and LakepurC
Livery In connection. WM. SPIERS. Prop.
WHY EXPEBIMENT?
Goto ADAMS SPRINGS
Lake County. Cal.. ard get cured* of stomarh.
liver and kidney trouble. Information at Feck's
Bureau. 11 Montgomery »t-, and at Travelers*
Bureau, SO Montgomery st. Reduced rates. J'.i
for round trip. Testimonials of more people
cured than any springs In California. S?n<l n>r
book. Address DR. "W. R. PRATHER. Adams
Springs.
CAMP VACATION.
Hotel under canvas on the Russian River
below Guernevllle in a grove a mile and a half
long, skirting the river; tennis courts; 40 ne<*
boats; will build a dam In the river; 4 miles
of smooth *dier for boating and bathing.
Adult* $2 per day. $10 per week; chlldrea
under 10 half rates. Special rates for fami-
lies Opens May 1. Address MRS. L. C. OO-
PIUS, Camp Vacation. "Vacation" P. O-. So-
noma County. Cal.
THE TALLAC ££?=.
Now open. Thw Summer Resort of America.
European plan only. Cafe flrst-c!as». Prices rea-
sonable. Resident physician. No consumptive*.
Pamphlets at S. P. office. 613 Market street. Ad-
dress M. LAWRENCE £ CO.. Tallac. Cal.
HOTEL BEN LOMOND,
Santa Oroi Mountains,
Now open. For booklet apply to Peck's Bureau.
11 Montgomery, or S. P. Co.. fil3 Market. B.
DICKINSON. Prop.. Ben Lomond. Cal.
LOS GATOS.
HOTEL LTNDON — Modern Improvements,
extecslve grounds; popular amusements: lawn
tennis, croquet; climate unsurpassed. Opposite
depot. J. P. MOGENSO.V. Prop.
POINT ARENA HOT SPRING <.
Open June 1. new hotel: large dining-room.'
telephone, hunting, fishing swimming, bowl-
ing, dancing. Get booklet Information Bureau.
30 Montgomery st. DR. W. A. McCORNACK.
proprietor.
BROCKWAY
I^tke Tahoe
OPr.HS JUNE 1st.
Write FRANK B. ALVERSOX. Mgr..
Brockway. Cat
TAHOE TAVSBX — Situated on tha
nhores' of Lake Taho*. the largest and most
beautiful body of water in the world at th»*
elevation, is now epen for the accommodation
of guests. Th« tavern will be conducted this
season by Mr. F. W. Richardson, manager of
California's famous mission h^tel. ThT Glen-
wood. Riverside, which I* sufrK-ient tuarante*
that it will bs strictly first-class. Tho ta&!»
will be supplied with all flcllracifs rf th* »ea-
Hon, while 'fishermen will b<- constantly em-
ployed to furnish lake trout. For rates a«Mre?«
F. W. RICHARDSON.
CAMPBELL HOT SFBITTGS.
In Sierra Nevada Mountains. Sierra County.
0000 feet elevation. Are beautifully located
at the head of the great Sierra Valley. :;n
miles long by 5 miles wide, surrounding whk-ii
ia the great primeval forest of rl:ie anj fir. A
specialty Is made of* the table. The hot srrlne*
are unequaled for the cur«» of rheumat.xm.
gout. llv«r and kidney complaints »nd all hln^d
and skin diseases Rates for- room and ho-<rf|.
$12 to $1* per week. Roun*1 trip from «aa
Francisco to springs via Boca. $14 flO. Stage
daily except Sunday, connecting with 6 p. m.
train from Saa F^ nc^5_°;
~~ WHITS EY HOUSE.
Truckee. Cal. Tbe leadline hot«i. Headquar-
ters for tourists and commercial men. Summer
and winter resort. Meal station tnr paxa n-
gvrs. Stage for I-akesi Independence and Web-
ber. Camnbell Hot Springs and Sierraville.
STEWART McKAY, proprietor.
LAKE TAHOE.
LAKESIDE PARK. Open May 1. llotet,
cottages and tents. Popular family resort. De-
lightful camping grounds near »team«r l-irvl-
Ing. Furnished tents to rent. Booklets. .Trav-
elers" Bureau, 30 Montgomery at., or of E. .UL
Smith £ Co.. Stateline P. O.. Cal..
"THE OEOTE."
Lake Tahoe half a mile east of Tallac, en
lakj shore; ra'tes $2.00 a day: $10.00 a week;
meals 5Oc. Good saddle horses ' and tbe best
of Hvery. Boats free to all fucsts. J. E.
PARMETER. proprietor. Tallac. Cal. -.. "
INDEPENDENCE LAKE.
Fishing; boats: excellent table; climate per-
fect: 16 miles from Trucks*. In an unbr*«n
forest. For information Inquire at" Travel,?
office. SO Montgomery it.. Peck's Information
Bureau, or Mrs. H. M. CUmons. Tracitcc. Cal.
-
r\CCD D1DV I Wand cottages; 6 miles from
DCEK lAKlk Iftft Lak» Tahoe; open June 1;
elevation 6507 feet: mineral springs. Booklet
Travelers' Office. SO Montgomery st.
J. B. SCOTT. Deer Park. Call
LAKE SHOE! HOUSE — Glenbrook.
Kev. Cottages to rent $3 up. lst-class board, mills
and crsam. fresh vegetables. P. COUILLARP.
UZTSNEB'S PABS, Ouernerlll*.
A resort for your family. Partly furnished
cottages, $12 per montn and up. Tents and
platforms. Near Russian River. Board and
?oom at $7 80 per week. See PECK'S. U
Montgomery it.
MOU2TTAXlf 'VXirW BASCH HOTEL
and cottages. In the mountains, near S_nu
frua. First-class table and accom.. gas. bataa
phone, dally mail bowling, croque^amus,-
menu- terms $9 up. Campers to Glenwood. Ine-.
»rrla_« S3 « round trip. FRANK R. DAXn)
S_ nt _Crua. Frederic-sen * Button. Managers.
DE LA ROZA rtsort. Stat* Crui MauaUUaa;
eotuges and tents for light housekeeping of
camping. A. J. GIBB3. Mgr.. Clbb*. Cal.
THE fiEYSERS
The Most Famous Health and Pleasure
'' Resort In 'California.
THE CLIMATE AND bCENKKV are unsur-
passed . and tbe 'waters are acknowledged th*
best on the market. Natural mineral, steam
and Hammam .baths: Swimming lake of tepid
mineral . water© . Boating, hunting, fishing,
dancing, chuffie-board, billiards and croquet.
• .THE HOTEL AND COTTAGES, have been
renovated throughout, and new cottage* and a
fine pavilion built thl» year.
There will' be a fully equipped dairy and liv-
ery stable In connection with the hotel. The
hotel, cottages, bath houses and grounds art
lighted by electricity.
The hotel will be supplied with the best th«
market affords. Rates. $10. $12. $14 and 111
per week. For further particulars and booklet
write R. H. CtJRRT. Prop. The Gey»ers.
Sonoma County, California,
Agua Cal iente
Springs
We have added many NEW attractions to
this beautiful and romantic spot; open all tbe
year round; the nearest Hot Sulphur Springs to
San Francisco, temperature 115 degrees; no
staging; fare $1 10; sure cure for rheumatism,
asthma and all kindred ailments. We have five
different Hot Sulphur Springs: tub and plunge
baths and the largest mineral water twlmmlng
tank in the State. Table and rooms are first
claws. Rates $2 per day, $12 to $14 per week.
Special rates to families and half rates to chil-
dren. Inquire at Peck's. 11 Montgomery St..
or address THEO. RICHARDS. Agua Callente
Springs, Sonoma County. California.
We have erected a stone building, modern
dining-room; can Feat 400 guests.
WHY NOT SPEND YOUfi
SUMMER AT HOTEL DEL
MONTE? NEW MANAGE-
MENT-GOLF, GLASS-
BOTTOMED BOATS, SURF
AND POOL BATHING,
OILED ROADS. SPECIAL
TERMS TO FAMILIES.
GEO. P.SNELL, MANAGER.
There are traps and saddle
horses at
AETNA SPRINGS
A gallop down the valley at
dusk is an event long; re-
membered. The drives also
are full of pleasure. Just
send for Booklet. AETNA
SPRINGS CO., Napa Co.,
Calif.
MARK WEST
H ' K p o r E o ; EB SPR|NGS
tins'. J. D. DROST and MRS. H. KOENER
will manage the springs: many Improvements;
n«w cement bathhouse and gas all over place;
$2 day: $10 and $12 week. Office 833 Larkin
Ft., cor. Geary, or Mark West Springs, Santa
Rosa. Rural No. 6. H
SODA BAY SPRJNGS
Situated on Clear Lake. Hunting, fishing,
boating, launch, horses, tennis, croquet, dark-
room, warm soda fceyser In bathhouse, club-
housp. etc.. Increased accommodations, modern
conveniences. Scenery unsurpassed. Table a
specialty. Rates per week, $10 to $15. Photos
and information at Chatfleld & Vinzent's. 22S
Montgomery »t.. or LEE D. CRAIG. Manager,
Soda Bay. Kelseyvllle P. P.. Lake Co.. Cal.
Ilamath springs,
Beswick, Slsklyou County. California.
Write to EDSON BROS, for Booklet.
Saratoga Springs.
1A different mineral springs. Information at
Peck's Bureau. 11 *Montgomery *t., or at J.
MARTENS. Bachelor P. O.. Lake Co.. Cal.
PABK HOUSE, Ben Lomond, Cal.
Under new management. Up to date. Beau,
tlful grounds. Running stream and pond with
good fishing. Playgrounds for children. Free
carriage meets all trains. J. D. CELLA, Mgr.
SOLID COMFORT HOME
Extensively Improved; 1900 feet altitude; no
fog; climate delightful; large orchard; vegetable
garden; hot. cold baths; spring water; cement
swimming tank. 40x80. Rates J8 week up; stage
meets train. Schuler & Scheben. Napa. Cal.
KJffBBPBElflBBWcSy L ' U ~*
KMkA^ffl Awalnffg', Hammocks,
Tel. Main 549, 111 Clay st.
DCnrCHElM Delightfully situated In ths
BERuMlfclM Santa Cru* Redwoods. Rate.
S7 'and $8 per week. For circulars address O.
F. BIEDENWEQ. R. P. 121. Banta Crus. Cal.
JOHANNISBERG. !
New hotel; modern conveniences; large, airy
dining-room; hunting, fishing, swtmmlng. boat-
ing $10 and $12 per week. THEO. BLANCK-
KNBURO .1R.. Prop.. Oakvllle, Napa Co.. or
INFORMATION BUREAU. 30 Montgomery st.
PASHIOW STABLES
GILROT Cal. Direct line to Gilroy Hot
SDrinKS All open carriages; first-class turn-
outs-best stock In State; telegraph and phone
Orders promptly attended to. H. T..MATOCK.
Prop.' -" ' ' •
WALL SPRIWOS — On Guernoville
branch Cal N. W. R. R.. Sonoma Co.; phone;
navilion* bus meets morning train: hot tulphur
baths: circulars. MRS. C. N. MEREDITH,
prop.. Healdsburg. R. D- 1. •
WILLOW RANCH, delightfully located In
redwoods 6 miles from Santa. Cruz. Spring
water fruit, milk, excellent table; dally mall;
free conveyance; $7 weeic; phone Suburban 87. •
MRS. W. CRANDELL. Santa Cruz. Cal.
Bathing Suits
20 Post Street
mm mm
DECORATION DAY
HOLIDAYS.
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES
FOR THE THREE HOLIDAYS.
SATURDAY. SUNDAY AND
MONDAY, MAY 28th.
29th and 30th. the
California Northwestern Ry.
Will make one fare for the round
trip from San Francisco to all
points on the road except sub-
urban.
Thes* tickets will be good go-
Ing Saturday. Sunday or Monday,
with the return limit Tuesday,
May 31st.
This will jrlve many an oppor-
tunity to get out into the country
for a short trip just when it is
at its prettiest.
Get a copy of
"VACATION, 1904."
Look over it and take a pleasant
trip during these three days, and
at the same time arrange for
your Summer Outing.
On Monday. May 30th. the train
will leave Camp Vacation at 5:00
p. m.; Russian River. Heights,
5:10 p. m.; Guernewood Park,
5:15 p. m., and Guerneville at
5:20 p. m. From Glen Ellen at
6:15 p. m. Both trains will stop
at intermediate points, arriving
in San Francisco at 8:45 p. m.
OiSA f*f*O HOT SPRINGS. SONOMA
(JA/f L717U <-' OUNTT : on 'y *V> hours
w«w www from gan p rancleco an4
-^ «i but 9 miles ctaglng; wa-
ters noted for medicinal virtues; best natural
hot mineral water bath In State; boating and
swimming In Warm Spring Creek; good trout
streams; telephone, telegraph, daily mail, ex-
preso and San Francisco morning and evening
papers; FIRST-CLASS HOTEL AND STAGE
SKRVICK; both morning and afternoon stages,
round trip from San Francixco only $5 60. Take
Tlburon ferry dally ot 7:30 a. m. or 2:30 p. m.
Rates $2 a day or $12 a week. References, any
guest of the past nine years. Patronage of
1003 unprecedented. Information at Tourist In r
; formation Bureau. 11 Montgomery st.. or of
J. F. MUIX3REW. Skaggs, Cal.
AKKl'ORT AND ' BARTLETT SPRINGS
STAGE LINE — Hopland to Bartlett Spring*,
via Lakeport, carrying passengers for Lakeport
and Bartlett Springe. Stages connect with
trains at Hopland. Leave Hopland at 12:30;
arrive at Lakeport at 3:30; arrive at Bartlett
Springs at 7 :30. New 6-horae 14-passenger
tourist wagons, with all tbe most modern im-
provements. Passengers for Lakeport or Ban.
let* Springs, call for tickets by Bartlett Springs
Stage Line. Tickets can be purchased at office
of California N. W. Ry.. 650 Market st. or
at Tlburon ferry.
MILLER & HOWARD. Props.
WHITE STJLFmm SPRINGS, VaUajo.
Cal. — Most accessible springs to San Francisco;
round trip $1. no stage fare; only 2% hours'
ride- 5 miles Irom Vallejo: hot, cold and
plunge rulphur baths; wonderful cures of rheu-
matism, neuralgia, eczema, kidney, liver and
vtomach diseases. Beautiful grounds and lake
1 for boating and bathing. Dancing pavilion.
i New bowling alley and shuffle board. Rates.
$10 a week. Including baths. Address MAN- :
UEL MADRID. Vallejo. Cal.
LAT7BSL QBOTB PABK— Children's
resort during summer vacation; best of home
care; beautiful grounds; climate perfect; fresh
milk and eggs; open June 1; terms $5 per
week. MRS. G. W. NICHOLS. Dlmond P. O.,
Frultvale. .
SEOWOOS TILU HESOStT.
Excellent board, home cooking; tent ground,
if desired, with board. $5. Room and board $3
U $10. Best hunting and fishing. MRS. A. L
ACKERMAN. La Honda, San Mateo County.
OCCIDEZTTAXi HOTEL, HATWABDS,
First-class resort; tennis, croquet, bowling,
amusement hall, etc. Special rates to families
Terms reasonable. A. GAUDARD, Prop., phone
Black 141. ¦ ¦..- -
KIVEKSIDE HOTEL and COTTAGES
— Near beach; 30 acres beautiful gruunds; spe-
cial rates to families: write for booklet. F.
BARSON. Proprietor, Santa Cruz.
BELLEVTJE HOTEL. El Verano. So-
noma Co.. Cal Terms, $1 day and up; hot
mineral springs near by. Long distance tele-
phone; daily mall. JOHN SERRES, Proprietor.
SOHAErEB'S GROVE— BOSS VAUSY.
Private boarding: terms reasonable. Team
meets Sunday morning trains. Address MRb.
MATT LLNDSAT. Ross Station./
CAMP Plstolesl. Marln County: housekeeping
cottages $12 per month; hotel rate, $8 per
1 week. ' j
NEW ADVEKTISEMENTS.
A PESTIFEROUS GEBM.
Burrows Up the Scalp Into Dandruff and
Sere the Hair's Vitality.
rfyi>]f who r-omplain of falling hair as
. ;i riilr- do not know that it is the result
ot dandruff, which is caused by a pes-
• tfferousj parasite burrowiiip up the scalp
RS it dips down to the sheath in which
, ihe hair is fed in the scalp. Before lor.j?
lb« hair r«x>t is Bhrivled up and the hair
• * <iror>s out. If the work of the cerm is
uot destroyed hair keeps thinning till
• iialdn^ss comes. The only way to cure
.iHTidruff is to kill the germ, and until
fiow there has b<M>n no hair preparation
that would do it; but to-day dandruff is
. <*sily eradicated by Newbro's Herpic'de,
which makes hair glossy and soft as silk.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. in
• <tamps for sample to The Herpicide Co.,
LKtroit, Mich.
ST/\XIBA\E:rNX
or the
CONDITION AND AFFAIRS
or the
North German Fire
. INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HAMBURG. GERMANT OX THE 31ST
<Jny of Decemb-r, A. D. J&O3, and for the
¦«-ar »:n<rr.g en that Uay, as made to the In-
f-uranr* Commissioner cf «h» State of Cali-
• rorcta, fursuant to th? rroiialonc of **ciions
• iO an<J till of the Political Code, condenncd as
.. per blank furrithed by t»n» Commissioner:
CAPITAL,.
.mount of Capital fctock. paid up
in Ca*h .S.375,000 00
ASF ETS. ~
U#«J Esta!» cwr.ed by Company... $ "H 000 00
• tyoans rn Bend* and Mortgage*... HO 625 00
ssh Market Value of all gtocks
«nd Bonds o*nii by Company.. 3&S.303 61
" ssh Jr. <V>mpany's Office t»,5€8 J6
' a*h in Bank* 63.738 12
Jrt»rMft <1u» and accrued on Bonds
end- Mortir8«;*-» 4 928 11
.!'r«-miums in due Course of Collfc-
' '*a 8,375 57
Bills r»r»!va r ,; fi not Matured, taken
f©T Fir* an4 Marine r:i-;« 102 S3" 47
l»u» from o*h#r fomrani^s for Re-
ir.surancr on los»«s already paid. 182.3^0 21
Total Af««ts .$954,756 25
" . • LIABILITIES.
. isirtrt a«Ju*ted' and unpaid $4*07155
!y»«es resisted, including expenses. 20 8*8 (33
ofom premiums on Fir* Risks run-
ning one y*ar or 1pi>», S •
r-in»urar.c» SO r>*r rent 160 772 46
'¦ir-r* iToi&lumc on Fir* Risks run-
• ' ning more than one year, X ;
" reinsurance r-ro rata .' P7 J»"9 V)
iiu-2 to other Insurance Companiee. 143 •>a7 is
All other Liabilities "' 52,402 22
Total Liabilities (509 362 17
INCOME. ~' —
. • Net cafh actually received for Fire
premium* $471868 81
• 'Riraefwad for interest on Bonds and
,. Mnrtgaires 4 2t^ 41
received for interest and dividends •««•»»
*.-n Bonds, fitockn. Loans, and
from k 11 other sources 16 "31 44'
. l:*_«Mv*d for Rents 4 "755 00
' V910 Z2
Tjts! Income J5OG.183 OS
EXPENDITURES. ~
• Net amount paid for Kite Losses
•.•¦.•• c $158.2t'J :¦•<. looses of
. .• rrWSous jearst f2T.!».«31 45
"ivldend* to Stockholders 18,750 00
!'»id or allowed for Commission or
; Brokerage C3.C71
. Ta'd for Halariei!, Fees and other
' • • iJiarys for officers, clerks, etc.. C2.4C0 0"5
r«.d lor State. National and Local
taxes 6.C55 00
Alt other payments # and expendi-
ture-* • ••. 103,447 31
¦ ¦¦ * • V 1
¦ ' Total Expenditures .$483,548 22
~^FIre. :
:,( ;J sw Incurrfl during the year... $2Oi,6]0 38
• r:^ks and Trcmiums. I Fire Risks. Premiums.
•\< l"aino>;nt of RiEki>'
* written during the]
year- $519,526,283 $1,255,205 61
Net amount of IllskFi
„ " PsptMd during the i
, ;y,4r 613.4C5.C00j 1.510.797 92
,\ct amount in force |
c iVcember 31. ItKK!.. 156.691. 1I2J 478JOO 46
•'i OSCAR KCPKRTI. Vice pfeild^ntT"
'- JULIUS BAESECKK. Manager.
' - * - .. t-> :'¦¦•' and fwurn to before me. this 21st
.C*v of March. lix»4.
. " HUGH LITICRING. V. S. Consul Gf-neral.
WALTER SPEYER,
t GENERAL AGENT,
PACIRC COAST DEPARTMENT,
225 Sansome St.
The Reason Why
BARTLETT
is so popular as a HEALTH, and
PLEASURE resort: , ¦
The increasing numbers benefited
by visiting the Springs.
The purity and agreeable taste of
the waters.
The delightful and health-giving,
baths.
The excellency of the table.
The dry and bracing atmosphere.
The walks and drives through the
mountains.
The hunting and fishing with all
kinds of amusements.
Xature and man vying with each
other to give all a delightful time.
RATES— Hotel. $12.00 to $17.50 per
week: housekeeping cottages. $3.00 to
$15.00 a week.
Write J. E. McMahan. Bartlett
Springs. Cal., or call at 2 Sutter St..
San Francisco.
["NEW" SANTA CRUZ]
GRAND DEDICATION
And Opening
of the - - -
Extensive Beach Improvements
AT SANTA CRUZ
Saturday Evening, June 11.
Magnificent fireworks display by Cali-
fornia Fireworks Company. Brilliant
electrical Illumination of Pacific avenue
and Esplanade. Thousands of electric
lirhts will outline the Bathing Casino.
Plunge Baths and Pleasure Pier.
Military band concert and grand . ball.
Music by Third Artillery Band, U. S. A.
SPECIAL. EXCURSIONS VIA S. P. CO.
[ "NEW" SANTA CRUZ~[
FREE EXCURSION
- TO —
TUSCAN
SPRINGS
MAY IO. 19O4.
For the next sixty days the Tuscan Mineral
Springs Corporation vill furnish railroad trans-'
portation to and from Tuscan Springs and any
points within 300 miles, free to visitors who
spend thirty days, and free fare one way to
those spending twenty days at the springs.
Send .10c In stamps for bottle of stomach and
catarrh rait. Booklet free.
Rates $12 per week and up.
TUSCAN MINERAL SPRING CORP.,.
Tuscan, Cal.
Santa Catalina Island
3Va Hours From Los Angeles. Season 19&t.
Our Famous Marine Band.
Hunting mountain goat, sailing, bathing,
golf, tennis and the finest fishing on the/
coast.
Camp Lite a Special feature.
Hundreds of furnished tents at reason-
able rates.
Hotel Metropole.
Modern In all particulars.
For further Information address
PECK'S INFORMATION BUREAU U
Montgomery st., or BANNING CO.. 222 S.
Spring et.. Los Angeles.
Hotel EL GARMELO
Pacific Grove. California. "The Little Del
Monte." At the seaside with home comforts.
The place to spend your vacation with your
family. Surf bathing and fishing. Rates
with board (2 60 a day upward, cheaper than
staying home. . Send for illustrated pamphlet.
Address GEO. H. "CORDY. Manager.
PARAISO SPRINGS
' California.
The leading summer resort of Cali-
fornia. Hot soda and sulphur batha.
Excellent table. Concert by Bro-
haska's Band every day. Send fcr
beautiful booklet and rates to
P. W. SOHBOEDEB, Mgr.
Harbin Springs
• Most desirable In Lake Co.; contains sulphur.
Iron, magnesia and arsenic: wonderful cures of
rheumatism, catarrh, kidney. Jiver and stomach
troubles; new gymnasium, bowling alley, hand-
ball court and billiard-room. Acetylene gas
plant, livery, home dairy, fine vegetable garden.
Round trip tickets. S. P. office. $7. J A.
HATS, proprietor.
mi n n ii 1!#t s^ 1 "**; °« ime south.
I I V I I I I Rl ern pacifl c: 2% hours from
K I K I I IB San Francisco; a trains
II I II II II dally; luxurious mineral
II I || U II and mud baths; hotel
unique In cuisln* service
and appointments. Information at S. P. Co.
Bureau. 613 Market St., Peck's Bureau, 11
Montgomery ft., or H. R. WARNER, Byron
Hot Springs, California,
Napa Soda Springs.
The famous mountain health and pleasure
resort Is now open for tha patronage of . tha
public. . Address JOHN JACOBS.
TUXEDO HOTEL;
Extensively Improved since last . season.
Opens April 1. THOB; U BELL. Mgr.. Felton..
Cal. Buy tickets to Tuxedo, narrow-gauge.
foot of Market street. Round trip. 13.00.
N.8.B.B. TOCALOMA KirinOi
Bert rand Hotel; first-class accommodations;
special rates for families and parties; fishing,
hunting boating, bathing; beautiful' drives to
Bear Valley; telephone. .JOSEPH F. BER-
TRAND, or Bulletin Office, every Thursday, %
to 4 p. m. *
WHY NOT TRY
Highland
fFYOUARECOIIVCTOTHE
Spripgs
WE OFFER YOU THE BEST OF MINERAL
* T waters, accommodations and service. '
Table unsurpassed. Rooms hard finished, light- I
ed by electricity. Buildings newly painted.
All the. popular sports and amusements. Liv-
ery. telCDhone and poetofflce.
Shortest route and cheapest far* to Laka*
County. Most centrally situated. Delightful ;
excursions on Clear Lake and to ether resorts.
Make your reservations now.
TERMS— $10 to $17 50 per week. For Book-
¦r*- «tc. call on our agent. H. R. DCF1 TIN. '
638 Market street, or address
CRAIG & KERR,
Highland Springs. Cal.
I Spend Your Vacation
for &2O a «
San Luis
Hot Sulphur
Springs SmL «i, 0l > l »'-
The most Ideal resort for pleasure and
health on the Pacific Coast. Buy round
trip ticket' from San Francisco to San
Luis Hot Sulphur Springs, San Luis
Obispo. Cal.. and return. Including: stage
to and from springs and one week's
board for 820.OO to 922.OO. according
to location of rooms, or board and a com-
modations ftO.OO to 912.00 per week.
Scenic surroundings. free bathing,
boating and flshinc on grounds. Fine
rhady walks, tennis and croquet grounds,
dance pavilion for guests. Fine sea
beach one mile from Hot Sulphur Springs.
Cottages and furniture are all new. Oas
throughout buildings and grounds. Our
table Is well supplied with the best the
market, affords. Our stag* meets trains
arriving at San Luis Obispo at 3:15 p. ni.
every day (except Sunday).
This is no hospital or sanatorium.
Situated in Vendome Park cf 12
acres, a' charming summer resort;
both city and country advantages;
. automobile garage on the grounds
free to guests. Bathing pavilion,
bowling alley, tennis, etc ' New
auto road map of the county
mailed on application.
J. T. BROOKS. Manager.
I CAMP CURRY* j
? THE BEST t
' WEATHER FINE _
I FALLS FULL ?
Y0SE1YHTE j
I3T__iT_JEj
Ideal summer resort; hunting, boating, fish-
ing. Music every evening. Send for pamphlet.
O. WEISMAN. Mldlake P. O.. Lake Co.. Cal..
or call ou Dr. Happersberger. 1104 Market. S. F.
T-.-A.~~l~~S
StldLtK Springs
Natural Hot Plunge and Steam Baths. Posi-
tive cure for rheumatism, asthma. Wonderful
waters for liver, kidney and alt stomach troub-
les. Swimming pond, orchestra. Far* $'J re-
turn trip. Electric lights. Housekeeping cot-
tages. Arsenic beauty baths. Rates $10 to $12
per week. Baths and amusements free. H. H.
McGOWAN. prop.. Selgler. Lake Co.. Cal.
LYTTON SPRINGS
New management; no staging; depot on
grounds: phone: fare $2 40; Tlburon ferry;
rates $10 to $15 week; table first-class; our
own dairy; hot mineral baths; swimming tank;
livery; billiards; croquet. Booklet Peck's Bu-
reau. 11 Montgomery st., or BARKER ft
ROSS, Lytton Springs, Sonoma County, Cal.
LAUREL DELL,
The Switzerland of America. The only lake
resort that has Its own mineral .springs. Boat-
ing, swimming, fishing and hunting. EDGAR
D'JRNAN. sol* proprietor. Laurel Dell P. O..
Lako County, Cal.
WWTC c;ijl PMUP «?PR'tM<"!«3.
Santa Rosa — Beautiful grounds, all klnda of
amusements; valuable water; cures rheuma-
tism, dropay. dysD*paia, liver, kidney, ca-
tarrh,, stomach troubles: phone.; bus meets
train: take Tlburon ferry; rates per week $3
up. H. A. P. FLEMING. Santa Rosa, Cal.
GARDEN CITY SANITARIUM.
f»ol a hospital; best equipped on Coast; mod-
ern Improvements; large treatment • rooms;
ideal location: 5>-i acres; one block from street
cars; write for literature. San Jose, Cal.
VECHY SPRINGS.
Three miles from Uklab, Mendoclno County.
Natural electric waters, champagne baths.
Lovely grounds; fishing and hunting; crystal
spring: accommodations and tabla first class.
J. A. REPEMEYER. Proprietor.
DUNCAN SPRINGS
OPEN May 15. Two miles from Hoplaod.
7lne medicinal waters. Hard finished hotel. '
Excellent table. Rates $10 to $12 per week.
CAMP PISTOLESI
Marln County. Is now open.
OwnSnmecHome £ S^co. CamMeeier
Pure- water, equable climate, lots selling flu
tip; cottages built by Meeker, $50 up; depot;
stores; restaurant; hotel; post and express;
telephone; sawmill; 000 lots sold-. 300 cottage*
built. Sausalito ferry, N. S. R. R. M. C
j MEEKER. Camp Meeker. Sonoma County.
C-aXXrORKXA REDWOOD FASZ (Bis
Basin) — Union Mill Camp and Tavern: a miles
i f t cm Bould>r Creek R. R. station. Daily stage.
Family table. Furnished cabins; camping
grounds: $3 and $10 per week. Under the giant
redwoods; perfect climate; grand scenery.
•SEPP" GRAHAMER, Boulder^Creek. Cal.

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