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Reduced Rates by Santa Fe.
Until October 14 the Santa Fe will sell round-trip tickets to Yosemite Valley from San Francisco for $25 90 to holders of Eastern round-trip tickets and friends accompanying. The trip is made entire ly in day time and ' Includes a ride through the Merced Grove and the Tuol uxnne Grove (the greatest of the Califor nia Big Trees). Meals and lodgings are the beat. The route 1b through the Mer ced Canyon and passes the Cascade Falls, Bridal Veil and, Yosemite Falls, Cathe dral Rock, . the Sentinel. - Glacier Point. Three Brothers/ El Capitan and New In spiration Point. .Additional Stay: In Yo semite may be had at from $2 00 to $4 00 a day. This is a grand chance to see the most beautiful spot on earth. Ask about it at Santa Fe Office, No. 641 Market at* YO SEMITE VALLEY. verslty of Pacific and member of 'Washington street quarterly conference, San Francisco. Missionaries In Pacific Japanese Mission — M. Toshlda, Z. Hlrota, T. Komuro, O. Tsuruda. Missionaries In Hawaiian Mission — T. Taka shl, S. Imal. G. Motokawa, E. Toklmasa. Swedish district — J. O. Wahlberg, presiding «lder, Los Angeles; Fresno. J. R. Andrews- Klngsburg, to be supplied; Oakland, A. J. Werner; Ix>s Angeles, J. O. Wahlberg; Sacra mento, Albert Hallen; San Francisco, O. W Ostrom; Paso Robles, A. Wallin. Joseph Johns, Paradise Valley, Nev., mis sion; B. H. Smith. Wlnnemucca, Nev.; <3. H Barrett, CedarvlUe, CaL QUICK TRIP TO PRISON BY DEFAULTING TELLER Indicted, Arraigned and Sentenced to the Penitentiary in One Afternoon. v NEW HAVEN, Conn., Sept. 20. — Douglass M. Smith, the defaulting paying teller of the National Trades men Bank of this city, was indicted by the Federal Grand Jury this after noon on the charge of embezzlement of about J70.000 of the bank's funds. He was immediately taken before Judge Platt, arraigned and, on plead ing guilty, was sentenced to five years in State's prison. SACRAMENTO. Sept. 20. — Chester Shaver, tho fourteen-year-old son of Nelson A. Shaver, a farmer who resides In this city, was drowned in the American River near here this evening. Young Shaver and some compan ions went In 3wlmmWg after school,* and re mained In the water several hours. . They were about to leave the river when young Shaver, . apparently seized with cramps, sank from sight. Last Cazadero Excursion, Russian River Big Trees. The last excursion of the season to the Russian River and Cazadero big trees, via the Scenic) North Shore, will leave on Sunday by special train at 8:30 a. m. (Sausalito ferry). Grandest scenic ride in California, including views of bay and ocean beach, redwood for ests, the cottage colonies and the big trees; $1 50 round trip. Including: reserved seat. Singing club, 100 voices. In the trees. As train Is limited to 250 people, get your tickets In advance at 636 Market, as no doubt all the seats will be Bold. v • BUILDER OF THE OREGON QUIETLY TAKES A WIFE Geoifje W.. Dickie,' Superintendent of Union Iron Works, Is 3IarrIed at . . San Mateo. SAN MATEO, Sept. 20.— At high noon to-day in the sun parlor of the beautiful Dickie home ln ; this city, George .W. Dickie, superintendent ot the Union Iron Works, was united in marriage to Miss Louise Bonnie of San Mateo. The ceremony was performed by Rev. f. Mr.'Sanford of , St.- John's Episcopal Church, and Rev. ' J. H. KImball, pastor of the Congregationai church in this city. Among the guests ¦-. were James Dickie of. San Francisco and John Dickie of Alameda. brothers of the bridegroom, with their families, and Mr. and Mrs. Potter of San Mateo Mrs. Potter Is a sister of the bride. Mrs. Dickie is a member of a prominent Philadelphia family anrt has resided in San Mateo several years. Xotlcxr to Passengers. B*gtra*re trar.tf^rre^ to asfl from all trains, tte*ni»>r«. eto.. at low rat«. One trunk (ala ( • Uip) 25 oasts; round trip GO cents. Morton D*!lv*>ry. 308 Taylor «... 650 M&rket •t.. Oakland Ferry D«pot. Phone Exchange 46* REDDING, Sept. 20. — Alva Curtis and Ellen Stewart, schoolgirls, aged 11 and 12 years respectively, killed a large four-point buck deer Thursday, on Cottonwood Creek under peculiar circumstances. While out riding the Curtis girl en countered a deer drinking from the creek. Her dogs took after the animal, wliich stood at bay a minute, then charged toward the girl, who was on horseback. She became frightened and galloped her horse to the nearest house, that of J. N. Stewart. Here she told her schoolmate, Ellen Stew art, of what she had seen. They loaded a shotgun and went back after the deer. They found the big buck still held at bay by the dogs. The deer stood in a pool in the creek. Ellen Stewart took careful aim, shut both eyes and pulled the trigger. When the smoke cleared away the girl were surprised and delighted to find that the deer was dead. Sceclal Dispatch to Th« Call, CONDON, Or., Sept. 20.— Miss Maud Graham saved the guests in the crowd ed Summit Hotel at 2:30 o'clock this morning at the risk of her own life. She was awakened by the sound of crackling flames, and though time was precious dashed through the house and warned the sleepers of their danger. The hotel was a wooden structure, and when Miss Graham was aroused she found the rear end of the building in flames. Her room was directly over the kitchen, where the fire originated. Throwing a wrap over her nightgown the Intrepid* young woman ; made her way through the smoke-filled halls and pounding on the door of each room roused the sleepers. • All the guests escaped, : mostly in scanty attire, for they took their res cuer at her word and did not stop to dress. GUESTS SAVED BY BRAVE GIRL SCHOOL GIRIS KILL BIG DEER Schussler Says Land Is Dear. Hermann Schussler, chief engineer of the Spring Valley "Water Works, resumed his dissertation yesterday be fore United States Commissioner Hea cock upon reservoirs for the storage of potable water for municipal pur poses. The witness read from the tes timony of C. E. Grunsky in the Drink house case in 1892, when the water company attempted to condemn four teen and a half acres of land for the purposes of the Main Crystal Springs dam, SCO feet above tide water. From Mr. Grun^ky's testimony the witness deduced the fact that land for reser- voir purposes in that region was worth $1230 per acre. He said also that the value of such land would increase in proportion as the expense of im pounding the water grew smaller. Mr. will continue this afternoon. LONDON, Sept <: 20.— The first break in the steamship rate war , oc-^ curred to-day when the North Ger man Lloyd Company raised its steer age rate- to New York to':J16. The Hamburg- American line, it was : an nounced later, has also raised' its steerage rates to $15. liners Raise Steerage Rates. \ OYSTER BAY, L. I., Sept. 20. — A man who is regarded by the secret ser vice officials and by the authorities of Oyster Bay as a dangerous 'crank was apprehended here to-iday. He is J. E. Reeves, a medium-sized, roughly . at tired man, about 40 years of age. He was making his way to SagamoreHill when he was arrested. He told Of ficer Tyree, who apprehended him, that hd wanted to see the President on important business. Believing from the man's manner that he was insane, Offiver Tyree took him before Justice Franklin for examination. To the Jus tice Reeves said that six years ago* he died in a Jersey City hospital and went to heaven in an automobile. While there he received an Important message for President Roosevelt, which he was directed to deliver per sonally. He refused to say what the nature of the message was, as he de clared he could communicate it to no body but the President He declared to the Justice, however, that he^had : written a book on his experiences , in heaven, which he desired, to have published, as he was satisfied millions could be made out of it. The'Presi dent, he said, undoubtedly would rjoin with him in securing the publication of the work and that was one reason v/hy he wished to have a talk with him. ' > Reeves,, who talked as if he had en joyed some educational advantages, said he was a resident of Baltimore. He had in his pockets $2 in cash and some unimportant papers, but no weapons. - Justice Franklin, after his examina tion, being convinced that the man was insane and very likely dangerous, deputized one of the secret service men to take him to Mineola, where a formal inquiry Into his mental condi tion will be held. BALTIMORE. Md., Sept. 20.— The name of J. E. Reeves does not appear in the. Baltimore city directory and he Is not known to the local police. ST. "LOUIS, Sept. 20.— The Interna tional Congress of Arts and Sciences began the sessions .of Its divisions and parliaments to-day and -numerous pa pers treating of various scientific sub jects were read. Thirty-one meetings were held to-day.. The first meeting of the day was the seven divisions' meeting. President David Starr Jor dan of Stanford University, addressed utilitarian sciences division. The meeting of the history and law section was presided over by David J. Brewer, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Professor Nathan Abbott of Stanford University spo^e. That biologists are now. sufficiently advanced in their science ta.be able to control the sex of newly, formed cells was he stated belief /"of Professor Jacques Loeb of the University of Cali fornia, speaking at the biology meeting. In the department of economics Pro fessor Adolph C. Miller- of the Univer sity of California delivered an address on the present basis, of and its historical development. . -O' v " "•In. the depar.tment'.ofCphllosophy*, di vision.' of formative" science, a'paper on philosophy, Its growth -and .develop nieritin.the past and what may be ex pepted of it in .the future, was read by Professor- George H. Hbwison*" of the' University- of California. , Professor Bernard Moses of the Uni versity of* California presided at the meeting in the department of politics. In the department the history of language President ". Benjamin Ide Wheeler of the University of California made, an address on the chief currents of language of the nineteenth century. PACIFIC GROVE. Sept. 20. — The California Methodist Episcopal con vention adjourned this morning after a short session held solely for the purpose of reading, the appointments. At its close Bishop Wilson left for Los Angeles to preside over the Southern.California conference, which opens there to-morrow. The follow ing appointments -for the ensuing year were announced: Napa District — G. L. Pearson, presiding elder; Alliance and Blue Lake, David Ralston; An derson Valley, to be supplied; Arcata, J. L. Burcham; Blocksburg, to be supplied; Bloom field. K. M. Miner; CaJlstoga, Olln E. Steward; Cazadero. to be supplied; Cloverdale, to be supplied; Covelo, to be supplied; Crescent City, H. O. Edson; Eureka, I. R. Lovejoy; Eureka, Wlble chape;, to be supplied; Ferndale, James Whitaker; Fortuna, B. B. Conner; Fort Bragg Finu Mission, to be supplied; GeyservUle, to be bupplied; Greenville, to be supplied; Guerne vllle. to be supplied ; Healdsbunr, J. J. Mar tin; Kelseyvilla and Lower Lake, to be sup plied; Manchester and Greenwood, N. E. Uibbs; Mlddletown, to be supplied; Monticello. to be supplied; Napa, H. E. Becks; Occident. H. 11. Buckner; olema, Bollnas and Point Reyes, to be supplied; Peachland and Forest vllle, Aquila Holbrook; Pena Grove, Benjamin J. Schneider; Petaluma, H." J. v Wlnsor; Pe trol la, to be supplied; Point Arena, J. W. Pendelton; Potter Valley. 8. L, Lee; Rohner vlUe. r. W. Axe; Round Valley Indian Jtfls siou. to be supplied; St. Helena, F. It. Wal ton; San Rafael. A. E. Uta-ich; Santa Rpsa. M. H. Alexander; Sebaatopot* F."R. Wlnscr; femith River, to be supplied; Sonoma, t'o be supplied; Uklah, W. M. Woodward; Ukiah In dian Mission. L. M. Ewing; VaJlejo, William Ancwin; Wllllts, A. C Duncan; Windsor, to le burDlied. D- A. Kayes, professor in Gar ri-tt Biblical Institute, member of Napa quar terly conference. Robert K. Atkinson, left v.ithout appointment to attend " one of our schools, member of Vallejo quarterly confer* ence. San Jose District — John Klrby. presiding" el der; Acampo, to be supplied; Antioch, J. M. Barnhart; Atlanta and French Camp, Solomon Klnsey and one to be supplied; Berryessa, Rob tnson Burley; Brent wood and Oakley. W. M. Crowther; Byron, to be supplied; Carmel, to be supplied; College Park, C. E. Irons; Emada, R. J. Coyne; Evergreen, to be supplied; Farm ington. M. O. Brink; Gilroy T. A. Towner; Gonzales. to be supplied; Hay wards, W. B. Prtddy; Hollister. Hugh Copeland; Llvermore and Pleasanton, H. W. Baker; Linden and Valley Springs, to be supplied; Lockeford A. J. Whitneld; Lodi. W. P. Grant; Merced and Madr-ra. to be supplied; Modesto. C. A. Rich ardson; Modesto circuit, to be supplied; Mor gan Hill. Wesley Dennett; Newman William Burchett; Oakdale, A. J. Case; Pacific Grove, E. P. Dennett; Quartz Mountain circuit, to be supplied; Salinas. W. J. Peters. San Jose— Centelia. W. S. Kelly; First Church. W. a Evans; Webster-street Church. J. A. Van Anda. San Leandro, A. J. Hanson; Sonera, Martin Judy; Soulsbyville. Ernest Grigg. Stockton — Central. John Stephens; Clay-street and Epworth, N. M. Parsons. Tracy, F. R. Glllett; Walnut Grove circuit, G. R, Stanley. Thomas FUben, superintendent of moral and prudential management of Pacific Grove, mem ber of Pacific Grove quarterly conference. J. H. Macomber, chaplain United States army, member of First Church of San Jose quarter ly conference. Eli McClish president, M. S. Cross professor. \V. C. Sawyer professor, of the University of the Pacific, members of Col lege Park quarterly conference. Oakland District — John Coyle, presiding eld er; Allendale, to be supplied. Berkeley — Trinity, C. K. Jeaness and A. J. Kennedy; West, to be Furslied. Benicia, O. M. Hester; Coming, J. U. Simmons; Dixon, W. de L. KlnEebury; Dunsmuir, W. C. Trudgeon; Etna, S. E. L. Crowe; Fairfield, J. F. Kellogg-; Fort Jones. W. P. McClaskey; Fruitvale, W. C. Damon; Golden Gate. E. M. Hill; Keswlck, M. J. Gough; Klamathon, to be supplied; Madison and Gulnda, to be supplied; Martinez, to be supplied. Oakland— Chester-street. J. C. Bol ster; Ei?hth-avenue, O. E. Hotle; First Church, E. R. Dille and one to be- supplied; Ehattuck-avenue, to be supplied; Twenty fourth-avenue, E. B. Winning; Thirty-fourth- Etreet, to be supplied. Olinda, to be supplied ; Orland and Kirk wood. G. O. Ash; Pinole, to be Fupplied; P*ed Bluff, William Clark: Redding, Fay Donaldson; Richmond, D. W. Calfee: Round Mountain, to be supplied; Bleson 'and Gazelle, J. W. Edear; Vacaville, to be sup plied: Winthrop, to be supplied; Woodland, R. E. Wenk: Yolo. John Telfer; Treka, J. E. Wright; Williams and Dunnigan. to be sup plied. John Thompson, agent of the Cali fornia Bible Society, member of First Church, Oakland, quarterly conference. Jesse Smith, superintendent of seamen's work, member ot First Church, Oakland, quarterly conference; F. D. Bovard, editor California Christian Ad vocate, member of Trinity, Berkeley, quar terly conference. Paul M. Spencer, member o? First Church, Oakland, quarterly confer ence, left without appointment to attend one of our schools. J. D. Hammond, tract agent, member of Trinity, Berkeley, quarterly con ference. J. B. Chynoweth, conference evan gelist, member Golden Gate quarterly con terence. San Francisco District — W. S. Matthew. pr«- Flrtir.c elder; Alameda — FIret Church, A. T. Needham; Santa Clara-avenue, J. W. Bryant; Alylso and Sunnyvale C. S. Morse; Boulder Creek, V. R. Bennett; Campbell. J. F. Jen ness; Half moon Bay, C. F. Withrow; Los Gatos, A. H. Needham; Mayfleld. W. H. John etone; New Almaden. Theodore Taylor; Palo Alto. H. E. Milnes; Redwood City. Wilfred Kent. Ban Francisco — California- street, ; Central, G. W. White; Epworth, F. A. Kraut; Fifteenth-avenue and <*ity missions, to be sup plied; First Church. E. F. Brown; Grace, F. M. Larkin; Hamilton, C. O. Oinam; Howard street. A. C. Bane: Potrero. B. B. Paddock; Richmond, E. D. Raley; Simpson Memorial, J. H. N. Williams; Trinity C. M. Warner. Ban Mateo and South city. Samuel Quickmire; Par.ta Clara, B. G. Keith: Santa Cruz, F. K. Baker; Saratoga. 8. M. Woodward; Soquel, to b« supplied; WatsonvlIIe. Richard Rodda. J. E. Stubbs. president Nevada State University, member of Central Church of Pan Francisco, quarterly conference; H. H. Hall, chaplain tnlted States Army, member Trinity Church, San Francisco, quarterly conference; W. H. Scott, chaplain United States army, member of First Church. Alameda. quarterly confer-' ence; J. A. Potter, chaplain United States army, member of Central Church, Ran Fran cisco quarterly conference; Charles McKelvey. rhaplaln and superintendent Old People's Home, member of Callforn!a-stre«t Church, San Francisco, quarterly conference; George W. Beatty. field secretary Sunday-school Union, metnber of California-street Church. San Francisco, quarterly conference; Leslie M. Burwell. member of Palo Alto quarterly conference, left without appointment to attend one of our schools; Leon Loofbourow, mem ber of Palo Alto quarterly conference left without appointment to attend one of our schools; Clarence Reed, member of California street quarterly conference, left without ap pointment to attend one of our schools. Sacramento District — E. D. McCreary, Sac ramento, presiding elder; Amador, Hugh Baker- Auburn, J. P. Macauley; Bless, ..William Bnrchett; Chioo, W. M. Martin; Colfax. G. A. Reeder; Courtland, to be supplied; Downie ville. I* P. Walker: Dutch Flat to be sup plied; Elk Grove. W. C. Robins; El Dorado. tt be supplied; Fair Oaks, G. H. Van Vllet; Fernley, H. C. Richardson; Florin, Spragus Ds.vls; Folsoia, W. B. Burton; Forbestown E. a Robertson; Forest Hill, to be supplied* Gecrsetwwn, H. L, Gregory; Grass Valley J. A. B. Wilson: Honcut, J. R. Watson- lone C. E. Pettls: Jackson. Cf E. Winning; Marys ville. Fred Sheldon: Nelson and Live Oak, to be supplied: Nevada City, James Williams- Newcastle, W. C. Howard; North Bloomfleld and North San Juan, F. A. Lamb; Ophlr and Cool. : Ororllle. J. W. Phelps; Penryn, J. E. Badger; Pin* Grove, to be supplied; Placervlll*, O. C King; Pleasant Grove. D. W. ChUnon; Plymouth, to be supplied; Rose vllle and Rocklin, J. W. McAllister. Sacra mento — Central. C. M. Richmond; Oak Park, Frank Hlndson; Sixth street, W. W. Case- Stirling, to be supplied; Butter City, W. A. Johns: Sutter Creek, James L. Case; Tuba City, H. C. Langley. W. R. Cober, cjiaplaln of Folsom State : Prison, member of Sixth Street, Sacramento, quarterly conference. E. H. Mackay, member ot Placerville quarterly conference, left without appointment to - at tend c.no of our schools. A. Jaggers, - member of Plymouth quarterly conference, left without appointment to attend one of our achanl*. Missionaries In Nevada Mission — E. W. Van Deveater, T. H. Nicholas, - John J. Pardee, D. 8. Wipstcad. P. H. WiiHs. W. P. RankJn. A. C. Welch, F. W*. Llord, G. J. Wentrell, Jt*e?h Johns, B. H. Smith. O. H. Barrett. Missionaries In . Chinese Mission — H. B. Hracork. superintendent; Berkeley and Oak land, to be ¦ supplied: ¦ Los Angeles, to be aup jllfid; Sacramento. Tea Hone: and Fong Jons;; San Francisco. Jack*on street, Amen Junsr; Washinrton • street, CSan Hon Fan ' and ' Tue Kwai; Kan- Jose, to be supplied: Stockton, to bo supplied; J. B. Gardner, professor in Unl- Session of the Methodist Di vines Ends With Morning Meeting at Pacific Grove Declares He Died in 1898 and Was Taken to the New Jerusalem in Automobile Presidents and Professors of California's Colleges Take Prominent Part PRISONER IS INSANE THIKTY-ONE MEETINGS MANY ABE LEFT VACANT Ministers Adjourn After Appointing Preachers to Various Coast Pastorates Secret Seryice Men at Oyster Bay Arrest a Crank Who Insists on Seeing President International Congress of Arts and Sciences Listens to Papers by Noted Men HAS MESSAGE FROM HEAVEN MASTERS TELL OF THEIR WORK PULPITS FILLED BY CONFERENCE THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL', WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1901, 9 AMUSEMENTS. Will L. Greenbaum's [ ATTRACTIONS. | JOSEF HOFMANN, THE GREAT PIANIST Tues. and Thura. Nights, Oct. 4-6 Saturday Aft., Oct. 8, at 2:30 ALHAMBRA THEATER, Season Tickets $3. $3.50, $2.50, $1.75 Ready Next Monday, Single Concerts $2, $1.50, $1, 75c. 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PolTtedmio Busl- «" College and 'Bk»^^ School of JSngl- MlSj*^l^F : Sf^'*Pf 'aeerlng-, Oakland, **^ **!T:-«>&^»£".ii b€1Et 'Quipped school &«£•»?;&! iVfeiiS^a <>f business, shorthand * P^r^jg'Wff and engineering west $fflr& i frif&itok>><>' Chicago. Perfect ¦~~ £J^ I fl.'JQs*^' climate. Expense. — ¦ — -^ low. Write for Ires XOO-page Catalogue. -THE LYCEUM. An accredited preparatory school for the uni- versity, law and medical colleges. Is well ?aiown for its careful and thorough work. Com* end be with us; we prepare you well; refer- ?•nceg, Prrfident Jordan or any Stanford pro- fessor. PfceUm Euildinz. L. H. GRAU. Ph. P.. PrtnclpaL IRVING INSTITUTE. Hoard;.*.*' and dsy school for youncr ladies and kittle cirU 2128 California street. WU1 reopen Aurust 1. 1804. Accredited to the uanertlUe*. BE V. EDWARD B. CHURCH, A. M.. Principal. AMUSEMENTS. VAUDEVILLE NOTABLES SPECIAL MATINEE 7BXDAY. ODD FELLOWS' OAT. Mr. and Kn. Howard Tmeadell; Marrel- <m» Metros o Troupe; T. 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SAME PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c MISCELLANEOUS AMUSEMENTS. Alhambra Theater Direction— IL PINCU9. TO-NICJHT . And Next Saturday Afternoon.. 2 GRAND OPERATIC CONCERTSw The Great Prima Donna Soprano. s* francisca -V,-~ From tbe Overa Royal, : Amsterdam. Seats $2 to 75c, at Sherman, Clay & Co.': Melville Ellis at Piano. Louli Ntwbauer, Flutist.