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CALL ¦nbscrl'berti contemplating? *
ctarffe of residence dorlnr the summer
xnontns caa hava their paper forwarded
by mail to their new address by notify
lej- THE CALL Business Omce. This
paper will also be on sale at all summer
resorts and Is represented by a local
of e&t la aU towns oa the coast.
TO SUBSCIUBERS LEAVING TOWN
FOR THE SUM3EER.
David Keating, the man who made a
disturbance in Police Judge Conlan's
court last Tuesday, when he at
tempted to throw the court bailiff out
01 a window, was found by Dr. Mc-
Gettigan yesterday to be Insane. Keat
ing was formerly an Inmate of the
State Hospital for the Insane at Napa.
He was committed to Agnew yester
day by Judge Graham. •
Keating Is Declared Insane.
The liquor sellers of San Diego can
not allow women to visit their sajoons
Recording to a decision rendered .by
the Supreme Court yesterday. E. A.
Pidgeon was arrested for violating an
ordinance against selling liquors to
persons. of bad character. The mu
nicipal authorities construed the law
to mean that women should not be
served with drinks in saloons. The
lower court refused to release Pidgeon
and the Supreme Court has affirmed
that decision, v 1
Ordinance Is Valid.
Nothing more could be learned
about the unfortunate woman. She
waa about 40 years old and cheaply
< lad. The doctors at the City and
County Hospital say death was due
to natural causes. The body, was re
moved to the Morgue, where an au
topsy will be held.
The landlady at the house where
the woman waa taken from said de
ceased rented a room on Tuesday
r.ifiht about 5 o'clock. She complained
of being ill at the time, but the land
lady said she paid no attention to
what her roomer told her, as the lat
ter had been drinking heavily and ap
peared to be on the verge of delirium
tr*»mens.
Mystery envelopes the peculiar
death of a woman known as "May"
Jast night at the CJty and County Hos
pital. The woman waa taken from the
Dolan House, 143 Third street, short
ly after 4 o'clock in a state of uncon
sciousness and passed away five hours
later without recovering from a state
of coma.
Removed From Lod^ine-House in an
Unconscious Condition and Passes
Away Soon After.
MYSTERY SURROUNDS DEATH
OF A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN"
A Jury, after hearing evidence be
fore the Coroner, decided yesterday
that Mrs. Mary Zeller of 416 O'Farrell
street came to her death as the re
sult of criminal practice on the part
of Mrs. Dr. Allen, 1118 Market street,
and charged the Allen woman with
manslaughter. Mrs/Allen was arrested
June 12, the same day Mrs. Zeller died
at the McNutt Hospital, and was
charged with murder by Detective
Braig, who swore to the complaint.
Mrs. Allen was in attendance at the
inquest yesterday, but Attorney Black
would not permit her to take the
stand when called. The evidence in
troduced was considered sufficient by
the Jury to return the verdict as
stated. Mrs. Allen is confined in the
City Prison without bail awaiting the
action of the District Attorney's of
fice.
Inquest Over Death of Mm. Mary Zel
ler Concludes With Emphatic
Verdict.
CORONER'S JURY CHARGES
WOMAN WITH MANSLAUGHTER
Division 5. Ladies' AuxWary. Jianded in the
following list o* dPlecates: Mies May Finn,
Ml5g Julia Reidy. Mlf* May nilligan. Miss
Margaret Herron and Miss Katie 1'gr.n.
The members of the Ancient Order
of Hibernians, assisted by the Ladies'
Auxiliary, are making active arrange
ments for their annual picnic, which
will be held at Schuetzen Park. San
Rafael, on July 4. The coming outing
promises to be 'the most successful
ever held by the organization and 1
loyal Irishmen from all parts of the
State will gather on the occasion. !
The programme prepared by the |
executive committee is a long and
varied one. There will be games and
events for professional and amateur,
young and old. Cash . prizes will be
given In all the important events.
.Special trains and boats will leave for
the scene of merriment at short inter
vals. The floor committee of the day
is as follows:
r.. P. Hogan. chairman: anstolanu — O'B.
O'Reilly, Miss Kate Flynn. Martin Lac*>y. M.
.T. Mcl>nnott. T. J. Mltchtll. James Lynch, j
Pantel Harnody. John r>onohu»\ E. O. Sulll- I
van. Lawrence Barry. l>anl< < l E. Collins. Krl- !
tvard Roor.sn. Frank J. Clancy. Krtward Pallas,
Mlrs n. Kgan, Mlr=3 V.innle Illggino. Miss
Kate O'Connor. Miss K. Hean, Mr£. William
M'irphy and FVanT« Min^han. j
Elaborate ProKramnie Is Planned for
Grand Picnic at Schuctzen
Park on July 4.
In the complaint it is alleged that
the plaintiffs agreed to lease the house
while it was still under construction
at a rental of ?1200 a month, and
rhat they took possession on the sec
ond day of June, moving in 510,897
worth of furniture and carpets. They
¦were to indemnify the owner with a
chattel mortgage for $10,000. They
say that they were notified to deliver
this mortgage on June 2. They aver
that they tendered the mortgage and
demanded a copy of the lease, but
Mrs. Hancock declined to comply and
refused to accept the mortgage.
Since then, it is declared. Mrs. Han
cock has been annoying and molest
!nc the plaintiffs and threatening to
eject them, and that she has notified
the tenants In the house not to pay
any rent to the landladies and there
fore the tenants have not paid. It is
alleged that ehe will wreck and ruin
the business if not restrained by the
court. The plaintiffs ask for dam
ages in the sum of $10,000 and de
mand the acceptance of the mortgage
«nd the delivery of the lease in ac
cordance with the agreement.
Troubles between the owner and the
landladies of the Iroquois Apartment
house at 524 Ellis street have been
brought into court. The possession of
the premises, a mortgage and lease
and $10,000 damages are involved in
the suit commenced yesterday, in
which Marie Malar and Mr?. M. A.
Baird seek to enjoin Elizabeth Han
cock and Curtis Hillyer, trustee, from
Interfering their business or mo
lesting them in their occupancy of the
house.
Landladies of Iroquois A*»k Court to
Restrain Ovvncr From Interfering:
With Their Oecur»ancy.
SEEK HEAVY DAMAGES
FROM WEALTHY OWNER
HIBERNIANS MAKING READY
FOR THEIR ANNUAL. OUTING
The citizens of this city are begin
ning the preparation of an event in
honor of the new Secretary of the De
partment of Commerce and .Labor,
Victor H. Metcalf — that, is, if the dis
tinguished Congressman accepts the
Cabinet position made vacant by the
resignation of Secretary Cortelyou.
If the Congressman's decision is
¦what is expected a banquet will be ar
ranged to commemorate the promo
ition of the man from the West. It
will dwarf all other efforts of those
who have assembled to honor an il
lustrious guest. The matter will be
taken up by the Chamber of Com
merce and in conjunction with other
commercial organizations of the city
it will hurry forward all preparations
for the great gathering, which will be
State-wide in its scope.
How the Citizens .Will Receive Con
gressman Victor Metcalf if He
Accepts the Offered yo-t.
GRAND BAXQUET TO THE
NEW CABINET OFFICER
tance. j
Mayor R. F. Johnson, assisted by |
prominent ladies of Monterey, royally j
entertained the visitors on Tuesday i
night at the historic mansion where he j
makes his residence. j
The officers elected were: President, |
H. W. Goode, who is president of. the'
Portland General Electric Company!
and director general of the Lewis and j
Clark Exposition: vice president, C. j
H. Pennoyer of the United Gas and j
Electric Company of San Jose; secre
tary. George P. Low, editor of the j
Journal of Electricity, who has been
secretary ever since the organization.
The constitution and by-laws of the
association were amended so as to per- j
mit corporations and individuals en
gaged in the generation and distribu
tion of electric power to become mem- I
hers. Heretofore the membership was ¦
limited to those engaged In the actual j
transmission of electric power to a dis- (
Among those attending are: C. H.
Pennoyer, C. L. Cory. J. A. Lighthipe,
H. L. Shannon, W. W. Briggs, C.» W.
Hutton, W. H. Hall. A. D. Wempe. F.
J. Cram. R. B. Elder, M. A. Farns
worth. George H. Rowe. W. C. Clark.
F. E. Smith, W. W. Hanscom. R. W.
Van Norden, C. W. Whitney. G. R. de
Vore, George P. Low, Orion Brooks. E.
V. D. Johnson, S. J. Hendy. J. L. Hol
land, H. A. Russell, Robert McF. Do
ble, John R. Cole. F. A. Ross, Frank
Fowden. Milton Shulaw, J. A. Clay. L.
F. Munhall. T. W. Tetley, F. V. T. Lee.
W. D. Ward, E. B. Bolger, F. G. Baum,
Clem A. Copeland. R. B. Daggett, A. H.
Babcook. E. Dressier, J. G. Scrugham,
E. C. Holbertson and P.' M. Downing.
Papers on subjects of great .import
ance to the electrical interests were
read and discussed during the remain
der of the day. The writers were A. J.
Bowie Jr.. A. M. Hunt, R. W. Van Nor
den, E. G. de Wald. H. G. Aylsworth,
H. A. Russell, H. A. Bullard. Sidney
Sprout, W. F. Lamme and R. B. Elder.
Bowie stirred up a lively discussion on
the subject "Oil Fuel Versus Water
Power in Transmission Service."
The last four presented papers on
"Single Phase Electrical Machinery"
and its application to electric railway
operation, transmitting power, etc.
Two. illustrated lectures were given
in the evening.
The business of the convention was
concluded this morning, and the after
noon was devoted to a cruise in
launches on the bay, followed by a ban
quet at the Monterey. A clambake on
the beach Thursday will be the finale.
Mayor R. F. Johnson delivered an ad
dress of welcome. He waa followed by
R. H. Willey and Brigadier General
William Quinton, who spoke on the re
sources and advantages of Monterey.
MONTEREY, June 22.— The eighth
annual convention of the Paclfio Coast
Electrical Transmission Association
opened at Bagby's Opera-house yester
day, with an attendance of about sixty
electrical representatives, including
many of the leading electrical engineers
of the coast.
E»«oUl Dispatch to Tb* Call,
Mar)' Ford asks for divorce from
Marvin Ford because he was convicted
of a robbery on June 19. She alleges
that he deserted her on February 16,
130L
Among the complaints for divorce
filed was that of Nellie V. Landis
p. gainst Charles A. Landis, in which
5he alleged that they were married at
Reno. Xev., on July S. 1002. and that
his cruelty to her began two weeks
afterward. Further acts of brutality
upon occasions specified in the com
plaint included breaking the family
dishes and blackins her eyes. Alto
gether she is forced to consider his
disposition as "savage."
CRUEL IN HOYEYMOOX.
Presiding Judge Graham yesterday
ordered John J. Rutherford committed
to Jail for five days for contempt of
court in failing to pay his wife, Mary.
$35 a month alimony under an order of
tb* court issued on May 21. Ruther
ford cued for divorce on the ground of
cruelty and. among other things, al
leged "that his wife was unclean and
had not bathed within two years.
Judge Graham, in a hearing of the
rase, not only found the woman was
cleanly, but rendered a written opinion
thereon and required the husband to
provide $35 a month for her separate
maintenance. He will have to pay the
money at once or go behind the bars.
Divorces were granted yesterday by
Judge Murasky to Lura M. Cowan
from Benjamin C. Cowan on the
pround of neglect, custody of child to
wife: to Tillie A. Hammill from Joseph
A. Hammill. cruelty; to Jeannette
Colle from Joseph Colle. cruelty. $15 a
month alimony: by Judge Kerrigan to
Elizabeth Price from John W. Price,
willful neploct; to Lena Lubura from
John B. Lubura. desertion and habitual
intemperance; by Judge Seawell to
Nelli" McDonald from Albert E. Mc-
Donald, willful neglect and intemper
ance.
J. A. Kenny yesterday aued Belle
Kenny for divorce, alleging infidelity
and naming William H. Cullen as co
respondent. In his complaint Kenny
eays that they were married at Salinas
on Christmas day, 1SS9. and have a son,
Lorln, 14 years old. He declares that
on May 1. 1902. she committed the act
complained of and has been living
•with Cullen ever since. At the various
places, here and at Los Angeles where
The pair have resided. Kenny says, she
has been known as "Mrs. Cullen."
FREEDOM IS COSTLY.
Hannah Johnson, nrho wants her
maiden name of Ek restored by the
court, brought suit yesterday for di
vorce from Alexander Johnson, the
owner of a half Interest In a livery
stable at 1227 Pterce street and of
thirty horses therein. She avers that
he is in receipt of an incom« of $500 a
month and out of that sum she asks
the court to award her S150 monthly
alimony. They were married at San
Jose September 20, 1900. She charges
that he has deserted her and neglected
to provide for her support.
John Cross was killed by Brzobohata
during a quarrel in Chicago many
years ago. Brzobohata was convicted
and sent to the penitentiary, but on his
release he Joined his wife in the plan to
care for Cross' daughter. • After Brzo
bohata's death two years ago the wid
ow redoubled her efforts and made
more rigid her economy, for she was
nearing 70 years. But a thief has un
done the work of years, and friends of
the widow fear the loss will have a se
rious effect upon her.
CHICAGO, June 22.— Mm." Annie
Brzobohata, an aged widow, has been
robbed of $1700, which she had .been
accumulating- during sixteen years to
be used as part recompense for a
wrong committed by her husband. The
money was kept beneath a cupboard in
the house. Through nearly two decades
Mrs. Brzobohata struggled and suffered
to raise a fund which at her death
might be left to Miss Marie Cross, who
was made fatherless at the hands of
Brzobohata, and who for several years
has made her home with Mrs. Brzobo
hata.
Pleasure Is Mixed With De
liberations and Meeting
Ends With Big Clambake
John P. Butherford May Be
Jailed for Failure to Pay
His Wife $35 a Month
Victim Is Nearing Seventy
Years and Loss Will Have
Serious Effect Upon Her
MAXY PAPERS ABE BEAD
31UST PAT OR BE JAILED
ALL HEE PLANS FUTILE
Convention of Pacific Coast
Transmission Association
Is Held at Monterey
Steal $1700 She Had Saved
to Give to Daughter of Man
Killed by Her Husband
Hannah Johnson's Husband
Said to Have Failed to
Provide for Her Support
THIEVES ROB
HOME OF WIDOW
MASTERS TALK
OF ELECTRICITY
WANTS ALIMONY
OF LIVERYMAN
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1901
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— I .
IT'S FUNNY how so many men act.
They toil and labor and struggle.
AND NEVER for a moment think of
rest, or recreation, or pleasure.
AND HOW FOOLISH for those re-
siding in this vicinity, when right
at their door lies the playground,
quickly and cheaply reached.
IF YOU WILL NOT occasionally
give up the daily grind,
DO NOT make your wife and chil-
I dren continually walk the treadmill.
AT LEAST give them a chance for
a little change of air that will bring
some color to thefr checks.
PERHAPS then you will find time to
visit them over Sunday.
AND FORGET yourself as your
children poke grass down your
neck, and in your nose and eyes
! and cars.
GET OUT once in a while and romp.
BREAK AWAY and give your fani-
iiy'a chance to get acquainted with
you,
AND CALL or write for
VACATION 1904
A book of 160 pages issued by the
California Northwestern Railway
; Company (The Picturesque Route of
; California), giving Camping l.oca-
; tions, Hotels. Mineral Spring Resorts
and a long list of Country Homes
i where board for the Summer can be
secured at from $7.00 per week up.
Ticket Offices. «5f> Market St. (Chronl-
cl« Building,) and Tiburon Ferry, foot of
Market fit. General Office, Mutual Ufo
Building. Sansome and California Sts.,
San Kranclsco.
JAS. I-. KRAZIER. Gen'l Manager.
R. X. RTAN, Gen'l Tass. Agt.
H.S.B.R. TOCALOMA JUrin Oj
B'.Ttrar.d Hotel :/llr*t- class accommodations,
special rates for families and parties: Orbing,
hunting, boating, bathlne: beautiful drives to
Hear Valley, telephone. JOSKFH F. BER-
TRAND, or Bulletin Of flee, every Thursday, 2
to 4 o. 111.
AKEPORT AND BARTLETT SPRINGS
STAGE LINE— Hooltnd to Bartlett Springs
via Lakeport. carrying pa"ssenRers for Lakeport
and Bartlett Kprlnes. . Stages, connect with
trains at norland. Leaw llopland at 12:3u;
arrive at LakeDort at 3:30: arrive at Bartlett
. Springs at 7:30. New fi- horse 14-passenger
tourist wagons, with all the most modern lm-
i proveroonts. Passengers for Lakeport or Bart-
il<tt Springs, call tor tickets by Bartlett Springs
Stage Line. Tickets can be purchased at oftjeu
o{ California N. W. Ky.. C50 Market «.. or
at Tiburon ferry.
MILt^ER A HOWARD. Props.
WKTE STTLPffTTB SPRINGS, Tallejo
Cal.— Most accessible springs to San Krancisco;
round trip $1. no stage fare; only 2% hours'
ride; 5 mile* from Vallejo: hot, ¦ cold and
plunge eulphur bathe; wonderful cures of rheu-
matism, neuralgia, eczema, kidney liver and
etomach diseases. Beautiful grounds and lak*
for boatinr and bathing. Dancing pavilion
New bowline; alley and shuffle board. Rates
$10 a week. Includinc baths. Address MAN-
UEL MADRID, Vallejo. Cal.
OCCXOEZTTAZi ZOTZK, BATWABSS,
First-class resort; tennis, croquet, bowline,
amusement hall, etc. Special rates to famine*
Terms reasonable. A. CAUDARD. Prop., pboaa
Black 141. .
WILLOW RANCH, delightfully located la
redwoods 5 miles from Santa Cruz. Spring !
water, "fruit, mili. excellent table; dally mail;
free conveyance; $7 week; phone Suburban SI
MRS. W. CRANDELL. Santa Cruz. Cal.
scEAErra's grove — boss valley.
Private boarding; terms reasonable. Team
meets Sunday morning trains. Address UKi
MATT LINPSAT. Rots Station. .
SIVEKSIDE HOTEL and COTTAGES
— Near beach; 30 acres beautiful grounds; spe-
cial rates to families: write for booklet. F.
BARSON. Proprietor. Santa Crux.
BELLE VTJE XOTtL, El Verano. So-
noma Co.. -Cal Terms, fl day and up; hot
mineral springs near by. Long dlstanc*. tele-
phone; daily mail. JOHN SERRES, Proprietor.
COTXBTTBT BOARD — Orchard, garden,
'¦ poultry, cows, comfortable home. Address
MANZANA FAKM. Redwood City. '.
DE LA ROZA resort. Santa -Cruz Mountains;
cottages . and trnts for light housekeeping or
camping. A. J. GIBBS, Ugr., Gibbs, Cal.
Highland
Spripgs
Has More Distinctive Points That Ap-
peal to Those Going- to tha Country
Than Any Other Resort.
THE VARIETY AND EXCELLENCE
OF THE BATHS AND MINERAL
WATERS; the many amusements —
dancing, swimming, tennis, bowling, cro-
quet, shuffleboard. etc.; a fine three-piece
orchestra; the shady grounds; electric
lights; good table; plastered rooms;
dairy; Hvery stable, etc.. prove . this.
Terms, $10.00 up.
For booklet and rates address
H. R. DUFFIN, 638 Market St.,
or CRAIG & KERR,
Highland Springs, lake Co.. CaL ¦
I Spend Your Vacation
for $2O at
San Luis
Hot Sulphur
Springs Wm?M
The most Ideal resort for pleasure and
health on the Paclf.c Coast. Buy round
trip ticket from San Francisco to Ban
Luis Hot Sulphur Springs. San Luis
Obispo. Cal., and return, including stage
,to and from springs and one' week's
board for i*-O.lM» to J*2-.OO, according
to location of rooms, or board and accom-
modations ?».OO to $12.O<> per week.
Scenic surroundings, free bathing,
boating and fishing on grounds. Fine
• shady walk?, tennis and croquet grounds,
dance pavilion for guests. Fine sea.
beach one mile from Hot Sulphur Springs.
Cottages and furniture are all new. Gas
throughout buildings and grounds. Our
table is well supplied with the best the
market affords. Our stage meets trains
arriving at San. Luis Obispo at 3:13 p. m.
every day (except Sunday).
This is no hospital or sanatorium.
JF Situated In Vendome Park of 12 if
\Jv acres, a charming summer resort; M
> both city and country advantages; r
automobile garage on the grounds AA
free to guests. Bathing pavilion, I W
bowling alleys, tennis, etc. New au- 81
to road map of the county mailed H
1 on application.
M> . J. T. BROOKS. Manager. _ \
PARAISO SPRINGS
Monterey Conntj, Cal.
The most popular sanitary and health
resort In California. Completely renovated
and improved. No winds or fogs, and sur-
passingly grand mountain and valley scen-
ery. Hot soda and sulphur baths, large
swimming tank and excellent table. Write
for booklet and particulars to F. W.
SCHROEDER. Manager, or PECK'S IN-
FORMATION BUREAU. 11 Montgomery at.
HOTEL ROWARDENNAN
••IN THE MOUNTAINS BT THE SEA."
BEX LOMOND— Santa Cruz County.
REGULAR SEASON.
Opened May 15 under entirely new man-
agement Round trip trlckets from San Fran-
cisco $3 For booklet apply Peck's Bureau.
11 Montgomery st.. S. F.. or to WILLIAM O.
DODGE. Lessee.
Harbin Springs
Most desirable In Lake Co. : contains sulphur.
Iron, magnesia and arsenic; wonderful cures of
rheumatism, catarrh, kidney, liver and stomach
troubles; new gymnasium, bowling alley, hand-
ball court and bUllard-room. Acetylene gas
plant, livery, home dairy, tine vegetable garden.
Rcund trip tickets, S. P. office. *7. J. A.
HATS. Proprietor.
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 new
boats; will build a dam la the river; 4 miles
of smooth water tor boating and bathing.
Adults $2 per day. $10 per week; children
under 10 half rates. Special rates for fam-
ilies. Opens May 1. Address MRS. L. C OTO-
PIUS. CamD Vacation. "Vacation" P. O.. So-
noma County. CaL
KLAMATH SPRINGS7
Beswick. Slsklyou County. California.
Write to F.DSON BROS, for Booklet.
Saratoga Springs.
15 different mineral springs. Information at
Peck's Bureau. 11 Montgomery st-. or at J.
MARTENS. Bachelor P. O.. Lake Co.. Cal.
.__.__,_ Menlo Park, one hour from
llnlTTf O cttv - Nlne trains dally. Per-
nllll I \ fect cUmate; beautiful place;
1 1 U I I I V comfort acd quiet; excellent
table.
AddresaW. J.MEREDITH. Mgr.. Holtfs School.
SOLID COMFORT HOME
Extensively Improved: 1900 feet altitude; no
fog; climate delightful; large orchard; vegetable
garden; hot. cold baths; spring water; cement
swimming tank, 40xS0. Rates $S week up; stage
meets train. Schuler k Scheben. Napa. Cal.
JOHflNNISBERC.
New hotel; modern conveniences; large, airy
dining-room : hunting, fishing, swimming, boat-
ir.p; $10 and $12 per week. THEO. BLANCK-
ENBURG JR.. Prop.. Oakville. Napa Co.. or
INFORMATION BUREAU. 30 Montgomery st.
¦y^ft> i^C^tzl Awning's. Hanxraocks
WnWI HiirTCwi W. A. FLTJ2CMXR.
Tet Main 549, ill Clay st
DCDHCHPIM Delightfully '¦ situated In the
DCKUjllLI.U Santa Cruz Redwoods.* Rates
$7 and $8 per week. For particulars address G.
*-. B1EDENWEG. R. IX 121. Santa Crua. CaL
GRAND OPENING
and Dedication of the Exten-
sive Beach Improvements at
"New"
Santa Cruz
Saturday Ev'ng, June 1 1
Grand Flrtworlts Display by California
Fireworks Co. Brilliant Electrical Illu-
minations of Pacific Ave. and Esplanade.
Neptune Casino. Plunge- Eatbs asd Pleas-
ure Pier. Third Artillery Band. U. 3. A..
Concert and Ball.
Special Excursions via S. P. Ry
Tuscan
Mineral Springs.
OPSXT EVEBT SAT XV THS TEAS.
?v TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: A year and
tnree months ago I was attacked with that
terrible Oisease, locomotor ataxla. Power to
Balance, stand, or even sit down, entirely lost.
Two best doctors of San Francisco and Hot
Springs. Ark., failed to help me. My stom-
ach, bowels and kidneys failed to work. I bad
catarrh cf stomach, head, and bladder as a re-
sult of the disease: theae troubles becamo
chronic. At times my heart would beat like a
arum, my *y es grew weak, my memory bad.
TJ nerves wrecked. Three months ago I went
to Tuscan Springs. What happened since was
a pleasant surprise to me. Drank tb» waters,
took the baths — after three weeks' treatment
stomach, bowels, bladder and kidneys la per-
fect condition, eyesight perfect, nervousness
gone, memory good. After three months' treat-
ment, walked without a cane, with eyei closed
and up and down steep hills; am cured of this
dread disease, now walk wtth slight limp.
Have run stores In seventeen towns of th»
State of CalUornia; am well known In down-
town districts of San Francisco: Inquiry ther»
win prove truth of my helpless condition thre»
months ago. Further informatlcn. addrw*
LOUTS JACOBS. 6 Stockton st.. San Ftaaciaco.
We have hundreds of testimonials from
others. Send 6Oc In stamp* for bottle of
stomach and catarrh Salts. Round-trip ticket*
at reduced rates. Southern PaclSc
TUSCAN MINERAL SPRINGS CORP.,
Tuscan, Cal.
CAZADERO
Tb* Qm of All Northern Estreat*.
Orove, Portst. Glade and Dell.
Crest. Canyon. Hill and Dal*.
Xaoil, JCnob, Peak and Mountain.
The home of the trout and the haunt of the
<le*r. Reached over the North Shor» Ry.. -via
Sausallto Ferry.
A year ago I leased thla resort for a nuai-
Ber of years. To-day 1 have the pleasure t»
tell you that, owing to last season'* big and
unprecedented partonage. I have purchased thl»
magnificent domain of over 12QO acres. A thor-
ough renovation has been made r\t all tb« prop-
erties, insuring the best of service and ac-
commodation. In the matter ¦ of recreation
a new building containing a bowling alley ha*
b»en added, also a new tennis court and boat-
•r.g and bathing on the river, all free to guest*.
Free camping grounds In the Cazadero giant
redwoods from Hay until October, but sani-
tary mle« must be complied with, i
Lots, one-quarter acre for sale, from $100
op. and cottages built to suit at city figures.
Take Saasallto Ferry via North Shore Rail-
road. P.ound trip good for six months. $3 73.
Round trip. Friday till Monday. W; no stag-
irg: depot on the ground. Fare at hotel or cot.
tages. $2 per day; $10 to $14 per week; special
rate by the month.
For particulars other than herein glv«n writs
J. J THIRION. owr-er and manager. Hotel del
Cazadero. Sonoma Co.. Cal.. or North Shore
R. R. office. 628 Market st.. Saa Francisco.
LAKE COUNTY
New. comfortable carriages direct to the-
most picturesque portion of California. Best
equipped stage line in the State. Leaves Calls.
toga daily (Sundays excepted) at 11:30 a. m..
direct to Harbin. Seigler. Adams, Howard An-
derson. Hobergs. Spier*. Astorgs and Glen-
brook: fcalf hour for lunch at Callstoga: also to>
Middietown. Lower Lake. Keiseyville and!
Lakeport. Uvery In connection.
WM. SPIERS. Proprietor.
LAKE TAHOE RAILWAY AMD
TRANSPORTATION CO.
Connects at Truckee with train leaving S. F.
at 8:03 p. m. Returning, connects at Trucks*
with train reaching. S. F. at 7:50 a. m.
THE TALLAC
Now opea. The Summer Resort of America.
European plan only. Cafe first class. Prices rea-
sonable. Resident physician. No consumptives.
Pamphlets at S. P. office. «3 Market streetl
Address SI. LAWRENCE ft CO., Tallac. CaL
BROCK WA \r
Lake Tahoe.
OFESS JUXB 1st.
Writs FIUXK B. ALVEHSOK. M*r ..
Broclcway. Cat.
BTJBXCOV PAJUC— A delightful resort
on shores of Lake Tahoe. Best sandy beac^
for bathing on the lake. Fine fly flshlag and
bunting in season. Boats, fishing tackle and;
horses at moderate hire. Rates $3 a day or
from $10 to $16 per week. P. O. aad telepnon*.
A. L. FROST. Rubicon Park. Lake Taaoe. Cal.
IASE SHOKE HOUSE — Glenbroolc.
Nev. Cottage* to rent $3 up. 1st- class board, mils
aad crtam. fresh vegetables. D. COU1LLARD.
_— — — — — — — -^—^— __^___
HFFP PARK" rVV" n<1 «*tages; 6 rallee from
UCXtt I AKft 111 11 Lak* Tahoe: epea Juaa la
elevation 6507 feet; mineral springs. BooUas
Travelers* Office. 30 Montgomery st.
J. B. SCOTT. Deer Park. CaJ.
WZQT3TOY H0US3S,
Truekee. Car. The leanlnz hotel. Headquar-
, ters for tourists and commercial men. Sutnrn-r
and winter resort. Mral station tor puwa.
gers. Stage for Lakes Independence and Web-
ber. Camobell Hot Sarings and SlerravUl*.
STEWART McKAT. proprietor.
INDEPENDENCE LAKE.
Fishing: boats; excellent table; climate per-
fect; 16 miles from Truckee. in an unbroken
forest. For information lnqulro at Traveler
office. 30 Montgomery St.. Peck's Information
Bureau, or Mrs. H. M. Clemens. Truckee. Cal.
TRIICKFF mtc*
SUMMER RESORT. SPORTSMEN'S LODOK.
Fourth season. Sierra attractions. California's
largest rainbow hatchery. Finest fishing. G.
H. FOULKS. Verdi. Nev.. ©r Nevada block.
San Francisco.
CAMPBEZJ* HOT SPR13TCr3.
In Sierra Nevada Mountains. Sierra County,
5000 feet elevation.- Are beautifully located
at the head of the great Sierra Valley. ;:¦>
miies long by 5 miles wide, surrounding which,
is the great primeval forest of pine and fir. A
siwc'.atty Is made of the table. The hot spring*
are uiienualed for the cure of rheumatism,
gout, liver an.l kidney complaints and all bloo<t
and skin diseases. Rates for room and board.
$11 to $12 per week. Round trip from San
Francisco to springs via Boca. $14 BO. 3tax«
A\\'y except Sunday, connecting wlta i p. m.
train from San Francisco.
THE GEYSERS
The Most ramons Health and Fle*nr«
Resort In California.
THE CUMAXK AND SCENERY are unsur-
passed and the waters are acknowledged ths
; best on the market. Natural mineral, steam
and Hammam baths. Swimming lake of tepid
mineral water. Boating, hunting, fishing,
dancing, shuffle-board, billiards and croquet.
THE HOTEL AND COTTAGES have been
renovated throughout, and new cottages and a
fine pavilion built this year.
There will be a fully equipped dairy and liv-
ery stable in connection with the hotel. The
hotel, cottages, bath bouses and grounds ar»
lighted by electricity.
The hotel will be supplied with tbe best the
market affords. Rates. $10. $12. $14 and $1«
per week. For further particulars and booklet
writs R. H. CURRY. Prop. Th« Geysers.
Sonoma County. California.
Agua Cal iente
Springs
We have added many NEW attractions to
this beautiful and romantic spot; open all the
year rour.d; the nearest H6t Sulphur Springs to
San Francisco, temperature 115 degrees; no
Btasfne; rare SI 10: sure cure for rheumatism,
asthma and .ill kindred ailments. We have five
different Hot Sulphur Springs; tub*and plunge
baths and th? largest mineral water swimming
lank In the State. Table and rooms are first
class. Rates $2 per day, $12 to $14 per week.
Sp«clal rates to families and half rates to chil-
dren. Inquire at Peck's, 11 Montgomery st.,
or address THEO. RICHARDS. Agua Calieate
Spring?. Sonoma County. California.
We have erected a stone building, modern
dining-room: can seat 400 guests.
WHY NOT SPEND YOUR
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.
OlfA f*f*O HOT SPRINGS. SONOMA
UlxMUUu COUNTY; only 4% hours
from San Francisco and
*"^™™"™™"" but 9 miles staging; 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, dally mall, ex-
press and San Francisco morning and evening
papers: FIRST-CLASS HOT^L AND STAGE
SERVICE; both morning and afternoon stages,
round trip from San Francisco only $5 50. Take
Tiburon ferry daily at 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
1903 unprecedented. Information at Tourist In-
formation Bureau, 11 Montgomery St.. or of
J. F. MCLGREW, Skaggs. Cal.
M ARK WEST
H '*£ E o? EB SPRINGS
MRS. J. D. DROST and MRS. H. KOENER
will manage the springs: many Improvements:
new cement bathhouse and gas all over place:
$2 day; $10 and $12 week. Office. 833 Larktn
»t., cor. Geary, or Mark West Springs, Santa
Rosa. Rural No. 6.
I CAMP CURRY ;
n Get circulars at all railroad offices. ',
? Advertised by 4000 guests. < ,
j YOSEMITE ,
i 1 1
BLUEi
Ideal summer resort: hunting, boating, ftsh-
Ing. Muaic every evening. Send for pamphlet.
O. WEISMAN. Midlake P. O.. Lake Co., Cal..
or call on Dr. Happersberger, 1104 Market. S. F.
i_..a.is;:Bj!3
Hotel EL GARMELO
Paelfio Grove. California. "The Little Del
Monte." At the seaside with home comforts.
The Dlaoe 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. COR DY, Manager.
GARDEN CITY SANITARIUM.
' Not a hospital: best equipped on Coast; mod-
ern improvements; large treatment rooms;
Ideal location; 5Vi acres; one block from street
cars; write for literature. San Jose. CaL
VICHY SPRINGS
Three miles from Uklah. Mendoclno County.
Natural electric waters. champagn« baths.
Lovely grounds; fishing and hunting; crystal
spring; accommodations and table first clasa. •
J, A. KEDEMEYER. Proprietor.
DUNCAN SPRINGS
OPEN May 15. Two miles from Hoplaad.
Fine medicinal waters. Hard finished hotel.
Excellent table. Rates $10 to $12 per week.
Napa Soda Springs.
Tha .famous mountain health and pleasure
resort Is mow open for tbe patronage of to*
public. ¦;. '.Address JOHN JACOBS.
OwiSnimerHofflj 3££55£c5. Cmp MeeSrer
Pur <*ftvater. equable climate, lots selling $10
up; '-. cottages built by Meeker. $50 up; depot:
storca: restaurant; hotel; post and - express:
telephone ;i saw mill;. 900 lots sold; 300 cottages
bulltr'-Sausallto ferry. N. S. R. R. M. C
MEEKER. Camp Meeker. Sonoma County.
TUXEDO HOTEL.
Extensively Improved since - last, season.
Opened April l.THOS. L. BELL. Mgr., Felton,
Cal. Buy tickets to Tuxedo, narrow-gauge.
foot of Market street. Round trip. $3.00.
POINT ARENA HOT SPRINGS.
Open June 1. new hotel; large dining-room,
telephone, hunting, Cehing, swimming, bowl-
ing, dancing. Get booklet Information Bureau.
30 Montgomery st. DR-^W. A. McCORNACK,
proprietor. .« - .
IiIHDNEB'S PARK, Gueraeville.
A resort for your family.- Partly' furnished
cottages, $12 per month and up. Tents and
platforms. Near Russian River. Board aad
room at $7 50 per ««L See PECK'S. IX
Montgomery - st.
BARTLETT
SPRINGS.
BARTLETT does not guarantee to
cure all the ills that humanity is
heir to, but thousands of people
have been benefited by the use of
Bartlett Water and many cured.
If you would improve your health,
and have a grand good time, come
to Bartlett Springs, where there is
a resident physician, a manager of
amusements and competent mas-
seurs.
Housekeeping cottages, $3 00 to
1 $6 00 per week.
Send ,for a booklet that will tell
you all about Bartlett.
Write J. E. McMAHAN. Bartlett
Springs, Cal., or call at 2 Sutter st.,
San Francisco.
There are cottages at
AETNA SPRINGS
You will find them much
preferable to a noisy hotel.
It's healthful to sleep out
under the trees that way.
Just send for booklet.
Aetna Springs Co., Napa
County, Cal.
Santa Catalina- Island
S\i Hours From Los Angeles. Season l!»01.
Our Famous Marine Band.
Hunting mountain goat, sailing, bathing,
coir, tennis and tbe finest fishing on the
Cams) Life a Special Feature.
Hundreds of furnished tent* at reason-
able rates.
Hotel Metropole.
Modern !n all particulars.
For further information address
PECK # 8 INFORMATION BUREAU. 11
Montgomery st., or BANNING CO., 222 S.
Spring st.. Los Angeles.
DR.. O. C. O'DONNELL'S
MINERAL. SPRINGS AT GLEN ELLEN,
the best camping, picnic and pleasure re-
scrt on the coast. The greatest remedy for
lung disease, liver and stomach complaints,
rheumatism and catarrh in the world; 46
miles from S. F. The S. P. R. R. and 8. F.
& N. P. R. R. give special rates to campers;
SO cottages and tents furnished; rent cheap;
no fogs nor poison oak at the park; mineral
water. , boats, bathing and fishing free. Meats
served at Hotel Riverside at reasonable rates.
Inquire of DR. C. C. O'DONNELL. office
101'IU Market St.. bet. Sixth and Seventh. San
Francisco.
THE NEW HOTEL AT
ADAMS
IS FINISHED.
Every one knows that Adams water cures
stomach, liver and kidney diseases.
WHY EXPERIMENT?
For further particulars write to W. R. PRA-
THER.
LAUREL DELL,
The Switzerland of America.
THE ROBSON ORCHESTRA COMPANY
¦ nd DR. MONROE CALLENDER will furnish
the best music ever played at any resort in
the State. Boating, swimming, marine tobog-
gan, mineral springs, new livery. EDGAR
DURNAN. owner and proprietor. Laurel Dell
P. O.. Lake Cdunty, Cal.
nil fl ft &l llot s P rln *": o" Une Soutn-
| J y 18] em Pacific; -Vi hours from
Kl n I I IS San " 3 trains
15 I 11 dally; luxurious mineral
U I HUM and "™" 1 baths; hotel
unique in cuisine service
nnJ appointments.- Information at S. P. Co.
Kureau, 613 Market *t.. Peck's Bureau 11
Montgomery St.. or H. R. WARNER, Byron
Hot Springs. Cal
. / - - . ¦" ~^~~"*
SODA BAY SPRINGS
Eituated on Clear Lake. Hunting, fishing,
boating, launch, horses. . tennis, croquet, dark-
room, warm roda geyser In bathhouse*, club-
house. etc.. Increased accommodations, modem
conveniences. Scenery unsurpassed Table a
specialty. Rates per week, $10 to $13. Photos
and Information at Chatfield & Vlazenfs 228
Montgomery st.. or LEE D. CRAIG Manager.
Soda Bay. Kelseyvltls P. O., Lake Co., Cal.
SEICLER sp^Sos
Have many wonderful facilities for health and
pleasure. Our famous hot baths and stomach
waters are a positive cure for Rheumatism,
Malaria, Bladder. Liver. Kidney & all Stomach
Troubles. Arsenic Beauty Baths. Swimming
Pond. Orchestra, Dairy. Electric Lights. Rates
S10 to *12 per week. Baths k amusements free
Booklet Peck's. 11 Montgomery, and S. P. Co.]
613 Market st.. or H. H. HcGOWAN, Selgler,
Lake County. . -
LYTTON SPRINGS
New management: no staging; depot on
grounds; phone; faro S2 40; Tiburon ferry;
rates $10 to $15 week; table first class; our
own dairy: bot mineral baths; tnvlmmlng tank;
livery; billiards: croquet. Booklet Peck's Bu-
reau, 11 Montgomery st.. or v BARKER St
ROSS, Lytton Spring!, Sonoma County, Cal.
HOTEL BEN LOMOND,
Santa Crux Kountalaa.
Now open. For booklet apply to Peck's Bureau.
11 Montgomery, or S. P. Co.. 013 Market. B.
DICKINSON. Prop., Ben Lomond. Cal.
HO FOB CAMP HEEKER! NEW ENGLAND HOME!
Located in a beautiful grove close to the
lake; fine playground for the children: swings,
croquet, bowling and tennis, boating and bath-
ing, pavilions with pianos, fresh fruits In
Plenty. Hoard and lodging. - only $« to $7 • er
week. Address GEORGE HARISON. Camp
Meeker. Sonoma County.
PARK HOUSE, Ben Lomond, CaL
Under new management. Up to date. Beau*
¦ tlful grounds. Running stream and pond with
good fishing. Playgrounds for children. Fre«
carriage meets all trains. J. p. CELLA. Mgr.
LA HONDA AND PESCADBRO
Buy your rallnjad ticket to Redwood City: 9
a. m. train. 3d aiid .Townsend, and 0:20 a.n».
train from San Jose connect with stages direct
Address WALTER KNIGHT. Redwood Citjr.
Cal.. ¦ .

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