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City Republican Delegates
Elect Ruef Chairman.
/|^HE Jan Francisco delegate* to the Republican State Convention '
| elected' Abe Rnef cbalrman yesterday. A resolution expressing
• **nearty appreciation" of Mayor Schmltx's Trorlc during: the recent
calamity \ra« adopted. . . _. .. ..: _ <
friend* of Pardee and GHlett are airaitlng anxiously the returns
trmm the primaries to be held on Saturday.
Adopt Unit Rule, but
Indorse No Person for
Gubernatorial Chair
: Delegates, from this city to the Re
publican State convention met last
"night in Judge Graham's court room on
California' street, near Webster. Owing
to the carmen's strike many had to. foot I
it for a long distance, and were late in j
reporting. The attendance was large.
C. R. Garoutte. J. C. Courer and Hen
ry C. Dibble were early comers. They
were soon reinforced by Ben Fenhe- j
riiann. John H. Nelson, j George A- Mc-
Govin, T. E. Atkinson, E. Argelenger.
Georg« R. Gletcher. Harry Ach. John
Tuttle. A. Ruef. G. Kelly. Peter Kelly.
Chas. Sonntasr. Hi G. W. Denkelspeil. W.
S:' Wood. M. Cerf. Senator* E. I. Wolfe
*nd George R. Keane, Phil Haskens,
IT. H. Davl», John Rogers. A. Louder
b«,ck and A. B. Treadwell.
A. Ruef as chairman of the campaign
e&.mmittee said it was sis pleasant duty
to call the delegates together to confer
on any topic they thought desirable. It
had. been too often the case that the
delegates had gone to the State con
vention where they wielded little in
fluence because of lack of harmony, and
• He suggested that each district dele
gation should organize by the election
of a chairman and a secretary. Remark
•K&s made that the eight delegates from
one district (36th)- had been Invited to
meet on an equal footing with the maj
ority. Ruef advised that the first order
of business 6hould be the election of a
chairman of the San Francisco delega-'
'tlo'ti. ' Whereupon Supervisor D. J.
Coleman in a somewhat elaborate and
eulogistic, .speech nominated A. Ruef.
Th.c applause at the mention of Ruef'e
name was quite prolonged and hllar
fo-uS. . . . V
• Maurice Asher seconded the nomina
tion Ytf A- Ruef. speaking of the nomi
nee-as. en estimable gentleman who had
displayed superior generalship in the
recent campaign- for election, of dele
grates to the State convention."
".Mr. Asher put the motion and Ruef
•was chosen by acclamation,
i Mr. Ruef thanked the speaker* Cole
man- alnd Asher, for speaking so elo
quently and. for speaking the truth.
-G«orge R. Keane nominated Ben Feh
herqann for secretary and he was j
elected by acclamation.
.. Colonel. E: D. Berri of the Thirty
fourth District introduced a resolution
thanking-, the people of the State for
their g-enerous help to San Francisco in j
the hour/of the city's need. The reso- i
lutUon was adopted.
.Marc. Anthony introduced a reso-;
lytion urging immediate registration of
citizens. It T.-8S adopted.
•R. H\ Countryman, introduced this j
resolution recotrnizingr Msyor Schmitz's j
terrie^f In the late calamity.
'WbT/>as. \Dur.tn? the month of April.
ISO 6. San' Francisco was visited Ly an
a.pnalling-calamity; and.
•••Wb>r.ea.i?. Purin« those trying days ;
the Mayor of San Francisco displayed:
herculean powers of mind and body; j
therefore *oe it .' ,l.\-^;~,\u0094 .:
' Resolved. That the "San Francisco >
tjoie.gat^s- to the Republican State con- ;
yen'Uoji oX September. 1906. by a rising [
vbJte unanimoufty tender to Hon. -1. K. j
g&Hxriltz their heartr appreciation of his ,
labor in the preservation and recon- I
Extraction of "o-jr beloved city.
'.- The * resolution^ was adopted by a j
rjping vote.. "
-. Sfenajar E. I. Wolfe presented this;
r'esorution: : • • ..'.....]
"\u25a0 ResoJv^d. That .the delegation from i
S&n Francisco to the Republican State J
convention, favor and will insist upon •
the . insertion in the platform of the j
parly - of a strong plank opposing th-e !
rinmigration of- Chinese and Japanese;
labor and tl^- adoption and enforcement j
.of. rigid exclusion laws.
Speakinc: in support of hip resolution. ]
Senator spoke of the present ,
irxvasiOH.of the Japanese and pointed!
out the danger to the white race.
\u25a0 'The resrofutlon • was 'adopted, being j
amended -lo embrace all forms of j
Asiatic .labor. -.".?\u25a0
\u25a0•Th'omaJK. Kase of th<» Forty-fourth
•presented. a resolution advising Repub- i
liCansto- attend the convention of the i
State League of Republican Clubs. The!
resolution embraces greetings from the!
metropolis to the' convention. Adopted. \u25a0
M- Cerf presented the topic of In
surance and submitted a resolution.!
which he: fancied should be included
i:i the- State platform of the party.
Following is.- the text of the resolution:
.'Whereas.' The' recent conflagration
which has devastated this city and. the
immense loss of- property caused there
by has brought. pointedly V 3V 3 the atten
tion of all our. citizens the inade
quacy of our Insurance laws to protect,
holders of- fire insurance policies
.against the bad faith, rapacity and un
fair dealing of a large number of fire
insurance, companies; and.'
Whereas, It is- painfully apparent
tfiat fire Insurance policies must, be
further safeguarded by law. and pro
tection afforded to our citizens In the
contracts which they may hereafter en
ter into with five Insurance, companies,
therefore be it ' '*
R««olved. That this "delegation will
work as a unit in the Republican State
convention to secure t*3>^adoption of a
plank in the party platform pledging
puch amendments of fire insurance laws
aj will remedy and In the future pre
vent tlie unsatisfactory conditions now
e-Kisting under our present ilnsurance
laws and that every candidate for the
State Legislature and for every other
.office "shall be pledged to do all in his
power to secure the enactment of such
remedial ' Insurance legislation, which
shall be operative not only for the ben
. efit of San Francisco, but also for the
entire State of California.
• Henry. Ach introduced this resolu
\u25a0Whereas, on account of the awful
'calamity which has been •uxtalned by
.San Francisco the gaze of the world Is
'upon us; a.nd.
•Whereas, We are still under the
throes of our misfortune, be it - •» -
Resolved. That delegates from the
.'citr and county \yt Sao Francisco to the
liepublican State convention shall. In
co far as may b» practicable, work
anxj vote together upon all matters ma
terial and political which may tend to
the restoration and upbuilding of our
far famed and beloved home.
Delegate Henderson asked If tne
resolution meant the unit rule. So far
' as he was concerned he was willing
.for unit rule on Schmitz. Pardee. Gil
lett or Ha-yes or any other good Repub
lioan for Governor. "If we are going
to bring back anything for San Fran
'clsco we should have a stronger
£eclara.tlon." he said. :
H. G. W. Dinkelsplel said if the reso
lution included the unit rule he was
against it.
The resolution was unanimously
• supervisor , Coleman presented a
Strike- resolution as follows:
Whereas, the. Republican party has
at all -times favored fair wages, and
-better conditions for the wage-earn
ers: and.
- Tv'berea*. By reason of our recent
calamity conditions have arisen In this
State* and especially In this city, which
• have' in some degree unsettled the
Droper relation* between labor and
capital and have In many instances
Race Between Gillett
and Pardee Still a
Guessing Contest
Hugh M. Burke.
Blank places on the Republican slate
will not be filled until the elections In
Contra Costa, Lake and Merced take
place. For Governor either the name
of Pardee or.Gillett will be written: on
It. Indications at this time favor Gillett,
but the. steady and somewhat unex
pected development of Pardee strength
has caused Herrin to think several
times. One hears an undercurrent pre-^
diction in political camps that the af
fair may be settled after all by the
naming of the present . Governor for
another term. -•.:..
The carmen's strike has not added
to the prestige of Ruef. Moreovei
the Impression is very nearly general ,
that J. O. Hayes ' could not win the
nomination even . if Herrln and Ruef
should decide to name him as the ac
ceptable candidate of the machine.
GlUett delegations of the north, if
forced to break away from the candi
date of their first choice, would split
up. with the result of many landing in
the Pardee column. As it now stands
the Pardee sentiment is so strong that
Knight and Gillett are a Httle ap
prehensive that the doctor will de
tach several men who are claimed as
hard and fast supporters of the Con
\u25a0 Colonel E. A. Forbes and Railroad
Commissioner A. C. Irwln of Marysvllle
were at the Union League Club yester
day. Mr. Irwin does not expect formi
dable opposition to his own nomina
tion, Although he hears that Sacra
mento will present a candidate to op
pose him. I Infer from general talks
with men from the upper Jsacramento
that Judge Hart Is a strong candidate
for Justice of the Appellate Court. .
A. H. Ashley . of San Joaquln called
at Gillett headquarters in Union
square yesterday and Colonel Forbes
paid h,s respects to Governor Pardee
at the ferry building. The colonel ap
pears somewhat elated over the Pardee
victory in Yuba. He insists that the
solid delegation of five will support
the doctor, although Railroad-Commis
sioner, Irwln has the rtrst call.
The fight on Tim Bernard in Chico
prevented a solid delegation for
Pardee in Butte. Three votes In that
county may go to Gillett, although
claim Is made that Hayes will receive
that addition to his ?anta Clara forces.
I asked Colonel Forbes if the West
ern Pacific Railroad Company was
taking, part in the contest. He
replied: 'The Western Pacific is
not mixing in the fight. Five
sixths of the Republicans in the
Sacramento Valley- favor Pardee. Look
at the figures In Yuba County, where
an open, unhampered choice was -made
at the primary. -Every voter was free
to express his Judgment, and the result
Is five to one throughout the county
in Pardee"? favor/
The Sickiyou delegation, in the con
vention may cast, a : complimentary
vote • for E. B. Edson and then "divide
for ' Pardee and Gillett. I hear that
Edson's health is faillne. -The recent
death of his p rtner. Folk, was a great
shock ' to the ex-Railroad j Commis
sioner. The story comes from the
north that R. S. Taylor, chairman of
the Slskiyou delegation, is firm for
Dr. Pardee left the city for the State
Capitol last I evening-. This . day is
"Governor's day" at the State Fair, and
of- course- the presence of -the -chief
executive is expected by the Sacra
mento -people.
Congressman Gillett is not losing
flesh or sleep at the Little St. Francis.
Early yesterday morning a dead man
was. found near Gillett's window. In
the square, but the Congressman is
not superstitious. "When Gillett looked
about and saw that George Hatton
was. alive and well' he was fairly
serene, but this proof of Hatton's vi
tality did not cause undue elation {n
the mind of Senator Coggins.
Gossip goes that Judge A. G. Burnett
of Sonoma, candidate for Associate
Justlc* of the Supreme Court, and U.
S. Webb, aspirant, for another term as
Attorney General, have resolved to
cast their political fortunes with the
anti-Pardee forces. This resolution
v.-11l surely create peculiar complica
! tiona.
The Union Labor convention, called
ffor September 5. and the convention fit
| the Independence League, coming^on
j the heels of the carmen's strike, \u25a0 may
i cau.se trouble for Congressional candi
dates In the Fourth and Fifth districts.
I am not sure that Julius Kahri has a
walkover, although he is very» close
t to Ruef, much closer-' than" many Re-
I publicans like. ; -. • • '; \u25a0;
.Colonel -George H. \u25a0• PlppyVs Union
I Leaguers are not -largely \u25a0 . rep
j resented In the '. JSan Francisco
i delegation to \ the ..Republican
•-State Nominating Convention! but they
j will . adorn and enliven the biennial
j convention of the California. League
jof Republican Clubs. Colonel Plppy*s
j committee on political action will, meet
i at the clubhouse, corner-, of . Sacra
j mento and Franklin streets, tonisrht
I and name delegates to the Santa Crur
j League convention.
caused industrial differencc-s to ari3e
between employer and employe;' and,
Whereas. It is not for the -best in
terests of the State or. of the clty-that
such industrial disputes should be al
lowed to continue and to cause "Injury
ai.d loss to both parties to the contro
versy as well as to the public, which j
has a large Interest therein; and,
Whereas. It Is desirable that such
disputes, .if possible, be settled quickly
and peacefully, therefore be it
Resolved; ' That we favor the establish
ment upder proper conditions and safe
guards of commissions for the arbitra
tion of Industrial disputes, to - whom
may be referred for peaceful settlement
all industrial oiff<?rences between em
ployer and employe. .-,;>•,,
A recess "was taken . to enable dis
trict delegations to elect chairmen.
The selections were:
Twenty-plchth District . ... . ...;Peter Kelly i
Twwitjr-nlntli I'Utrlct .'. Dennl* Qnlnian
Thirtlrth Uintrlct ....; :;.'.., ...I. Erb
T*irV-l!r*t DlKtrfct ....... .Danlri J. RMIJr
Tbirtr-»ec«ii<l lJlstrtct Bernard I.RKnwe
Tbirty-thlHl District :Jauie« J. Ryan
Thirty-fourth DiMrlct . .E. b. Berrl
Thirty-fifth District ..: v....:.E. J. Lynch
Tiilrtr-f Ixth D!*tr!ct . . . . . .
TlilrtT-*<TMJth lMrtriet . ...C. H. Garoutte
Thlrtj-elrtith District .....E. I. Wolfe
Tblrtr-aLath l»l*trlct It. 11. Countryman
Fortieth District W. S. Wood
I Forty-flrnt IMntricj Maxwell McXntt
: Forty-«wc«>nd District* . .G«-orxe B. Kerne
; K<«tT.Uilnl District CUar>s Sonntas
I'm tT-fimrtlt Dlxtrlct .Daniel Cnlmnan
Fortr-fifth D.Mrici Joh» H. Nel*tu
I The caucus adjourned. to meet Yin
I Santa Cruz next) Tuesda- nigrht- v ' .4 :
'. No. effort -was made to Indorse" any
candidate for. Governor. A proposition
to Indorse Schmltz was spoken of dur
ing: yesterday, afternoon, . but did not
meet with : favor. _\u25a0 ~- — > ''"->-•\u25a0.; :h ': .-"•
. : PICKPOCKETS -OH CASB.— Chief Dlnan '>(*'•
rerdty Instructed Detectlres Hurry Reynolds and
I Bur: Wrtnn U> wttrh -itw cars of the California
md Geaxr »treet lla«« for pickpocket*. \u25a0 . .> >" -.V
• — ' .-- \u25a0 *,'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 / .
Man churia Five Hundred Feet From Deep Water
Bis Liner fe i)oßi:ffne^ led af ! I^Stera • and iVearfr a. Fathom Forward\
Girl Is Bitten by Rattler; Snake
Frightens Two Women.
Reptile Sinks Fangs
in Maid's Wrist.
REDWOOD CITY, Aug. 2S.— A report
has Just reached this city that one of
the Quinlon iisters, living near Bordon's
mill, on Purissims. Creek, had been
bitten by a rattlesnake Sunday: night.
The snake buried its fangs in the
young .lady's wrist- as she was lifting
up a blackberry bush. A young woman
appeared at the camp of Louis Ge-no
chio on the creek late Sunday evening
and asked for whisky, .-aying. that Miss
jQuinlon had been bitten by a rattle
snake and thr.t her arm was swollen
and black. The young wnun rorlu
nway as soon as she obta!npd the
liquor and Genochio "did- not learn her
Santa Clara, Santa Cmx. anil ''Monterey
Members Will Gamier at
.Mount Hirmiin. .
SANTA CRUZ. Aug. 28. — The Chris
tian Endeavorers of Santa Clara,' Santa
Cruz and Monterey are planning •*fo f r
a tri-country Christian Endeavor rally
to be held on Labor day at Mount Her
mon.. Following- is the programmer
2 to 2:13 — Praise service, led by Lee
2:15 to 2:3o— Address, "Begin Right,"
E. McKinlay, State secretary. • <
2:00 to 2:45 — Address, "Confess
Christ," Rev. E.C.Philleo. .county su
perintendent evangelistic work.
2:45 to 2:50— Solo, Mrs: E.L. Rich.
2:50 to 3:os— Address. '.'lmportance of
Prayer," Miss Mabel Barnhouse, State
superintendent of. missionary work.
3:05t0 3:2o— Address. /("lmportance of
Work.'V -William - G. Alexander, past
State president.
3:20 to 3:30 — Singing.
3:30 to 3:45 — Address. "Importance of
Giving." Miss Mabel E. Kimball. State
superintendent of Tenth Legion work.
3:45 to 4:1-5—^Bible study.
4:15 to 4:3o— '.'Juniors," Miss Amelia
Kuhiitz, county /superintendent of ju
nior work, v ,--„::. .•. "'--..';' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'-\u25a0\u25a0 ' .\u25a0 ' " \u25a0
,4-30 to s—Open5 — Open parliament: ' 1, "How
Can We Help the Sunday School?" 2,
"Kow Can We Help, the .Pastor?" E3,
"How can We Get the Young Men In
terested In the Society?" 4, "How Can
We Get the Young Women Interested
in the Society?"- 5, "How the President
Can Help the Society,"; 6. "New Ideas
for Old Committees." :
Rallirny for ; Imperial Valley.
SAN DIEGO. Aug. 2S.— Consideration
of a proposition to construct a-' railroad
fiom San Diego along the line, of ; the
old Richards survey through. Imperial
Valley to •Yuma ; has been begun, by'" W.
D. Larrabee.T who was "formerly ; with
the Los Angeles-Paciric Railway. Lar
rabee is supposed to- be . backed by
Portland- (Or.),' capital, although he de
clines to discuss "the \u25a0 matter.
co llectiov' compaw wants
judgment;- record .restored
William Tomsky, \ attorney for
Raver's ) Law and ' Collection . Company,
filed, aipetitlon^for" a writ -of 'mandate
In" the- Supreme Court yesterday,;^direct
ing^Judger James >I. Trbutt of L the Su
periorjCourtlto restore a. Judgment for
$558.85 against ;H.~/J.VSlebert.^lt,; is
claixned ; that*- the judgment had been
obtßnned : through ;. default.', - The papers
were r destroyed - t in \ the * recent f lire. : ;
- Judge failed ; to 'take faction,
for, herald .that ' lt^would 'hot be -' legal
to«'do"rsoj ?the» defendant^ should
first 'be served. \u25a0_ The prosecution argued
thatTas^it , Ist; a 1 judgment^ by
service- is not necessary.:' -The, collec
tion: company, is "determined" to -test- the;
case, . as •; It affect -many ? others;? of
which"; records i have^been i destroyed '< in
the recent fire. ' . \v '
Serpent Disturbs
Fair Picnickers.
SAN JOSK. Aug. 2S— Mrs. : EmJl Adet
nnd Miss Clata- Newman, two well
known San Jose-, society w.imtn, had an
experience with a rattlesnake in the
Santa Cruz Mountains which they will
not soon forget. Mr. and Mrs. Adet
and Miss Nev.-man were enjoying: a
day's outing in the mountains. In a
picturesque spot overlooking a . steep
incline they were startled toy a whirr
ing sound. Both screamed as.'simul
taneously they discovered . directly
ahead of them a big rattler, coiled and
with head raised as if about to strike.
Adet; heard, their screams and when
he. learned the! cause of their excite
ment hurried to a near-by farmhouse
for a weapon. Three charges of buck
shot put an end to his snakeship. /
Tlie snake was a trifle more than
four feet long and had nine rattles.
Persons who live on the summit say
it was the first rattler seen in that
section for more than a year.
ColH a* Den toil in Writ.
United States .Circuit Judge! W. W.
Morrow and '\u25a0• United States,- District
Edward Whit'son,' sitting en bane, ' yes
terday denied the petition of. George D.
Collins for a writ of habeas corpus.
Collins asked lnave to appeal \to the
United States Supreme Court. Per
mission was given. \u25a0 -
Realty - Owners Should Send
Names to Call Bureau.
Title Editor of The Caill: •
I have property, or a mortgage on
property, located as follows:
San Francisco Gal 1906
'Property rights? in San Francisco are in .a tariglu. The hre' destroyed ..the
records and • people ' : have 'no - legal : title 'which : - will \u25a0' be . recognized : absolutely : in
the? transfer; or,:;the ."sale^of,.* real/estate. . It ;is -this condition vof • affairs 'that I
occasioned the } passage 1 by/, the ': last • of., a , restoration act.' >= Under
the restoration" % act;-- the f owner, commences; suit; In:' the" Superior,' Court against j
the world- at' large. S While' the law UsJ now being tested -.intthe; Supreme Court
of the ,"State v andi,wlllJbe "carried Jto the United' States .Supreme 'Court, Us
nothing ? to .prevent' unscrupulous" persons filing actions \u25a0 in'; the interim against
property; that- docs^hotjbelong to ;them. • - \u25a0 . ' : ' ;
. .Unless there Jis , a i after.- the ; publication of -notice Mn^sbme inews^
paper.Va 7 ; hew /.title . is v granted s by ..the courts.^; Unscrupulous \ parties. ? realizing ;
the "opportunity for J fraud; hav«r : brought Jsuits "; 'claiming:; property ,.' to ;,whlcb "they !
have 4no»'clalm.» "In:* other-- cases t ; the. * owners / have '^ sued; for.;, more j; land \ z than !
really.- belongs^ to.^' them. '< The \ owner- is * defenseless iunless * he " can be." notified i
; that & his i property.; is J^ln ?. danger. : . .The : Call ;. can i furnish l you i t w lth ." si>Qhk notice
in^case?;the\ title.^tc^v,yourjt property.^ is Jattacked.';V- Fill L-butli the
a^descriptlon ?.of-?your,f hold |ngs,;and- send, it i to» the" titled editor, -The- Call,
rioticiß'will \beiBent\whenerer there U an action -commenced. . . T .•'
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BOSTON, Aug. 1 28:— Through, a state
ment made by, her mother tonijht the
secret marriage of Miss Blanche Wes
ton Jewett, formerly of San Francisco,
to Baron August Franz Eugene Ol yon
Waldeck Lofeld in New York in July
was for the first time made public.
Miss Jev.-ett was well known several
years ago as. a N member of the Nancy
Brown company and v/as considered a
coming actress. Her marriage in the
"Little Church Around the Cornc 1 " in
New, York was solemnized by the pas
tor.^ After, the wedding the couple
went to the ; Catskllls and : »a.ter re
tprned to New York, where they are
at the present- time. They will sail for
Germany about September 12. •; . -
Miss v Jewett was formerly the wife
of Dr. William L. Mallabar, a graduate
of Harvard Medical School and later a
newspaper man in San Francisco.
Shortly before the earthquake in San
Francisco the couple separated and
afterward were divorced, Mrs.- Malta
bar taking her maiden name. After
the divorce she came to Boston, where
she lived with her mother, later going
to New York, where she. expected to
become a member- of ."The Clansman"
Company. It was while she was in
New York that she mcc the Baron.
FeTgnioa for Consrew.
; GUTHRIE. Okla., Aug. 28. — \ State
Capital special from Geary, Okla., says
that ex-Governor. Thomas F. Ferguson
was tonight nominated by the Repub
licans of the Second District of Okla-.
homa for Congress.
NEW YOK-, Aug. 28. — With $40,000
In hard cash carefully tuoked away,
Mme. Helena Modjeska and her hus
band. Count Bozenta. are on their way
back to Broadway to prepare for an
other starring tour of the actress. Mod
jeska herself is to finance the starring
tour, which will begin the latter part
of next month. 'although the venture
will bo under the direction of Jules
Murray, who managed her last year.
Shakespearean plays only are to be
produced by the actress, and towns
will be" played where her fame has
long been known but where she has
never appeared. Modjeska cor.sdemly
expects to make a great deal of money
out of her latest venture. She will
pick out her company soon after her
arrival here next week and will con
duct the rehearsals herself.
All of this Is Interesting to Broad
way, where it was believed until re-
We beg to notify all interested in automobiling of our
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and Pope Tribune Motor Cars. The well-known cars are
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repair shop with a full line of parts, and several experts *
from the factory are here to do the work.
It is our earnest wish that every owner of a Pope car •
communicate with -us, as we have a number of important
: matters we wish to advise them of.
For Immediate Delivery
we have a number of- cars that arc without their equal Tor
the work required of their particular class. • »
motor under .the hood, where it is accessible. The lines
are graceful- and the cars arc -strikingly painted.
.. edged the. best hill-climber and most durable medium-price
* - '-\u25a0 car Qn .the market today.
.., „. FOUR-CYLINDER . POPE-TOLEDO, the car that
has stood the severest test of all kinds of work. It is the
most magnificent car .built — powerful and speedy.
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HONOLULU. Aug. 23. — Captain Houd
lette of the Oceanic Steamship Com- Q
pany's liner Sierra, which arrived here
today from Australia and New Zea
land, said that during the laat two
days he experienced an extraordinary
northwest current. It was th^e strong
est he had ever encountered. ...rowing •
his vessel thirty miles out of her
course in one day. He attributes the
stranding of the Manchuria to the
same current.
The condition of the Manchuria re
mains unchanged. A question has Been J
raised as to the right of the cable ship *
Restorer, a British vessel, to engage In •
salvage operations on the Manchuria.
The matter has been referred to the *
authorities at Washington for decision.
The Manchuria is down nine feet -at
the stern and nearly six fact forward. '
She 13 500 feet from deep water. In
order to floa^ her It will be necessary to
pull the big vessel this distance.' a diffi
cult task.
cently that Modjeska had retired to her
ranch near Los Angeles to spend the
rest of her life quietly, away from the
stage altogether. It was not stated
what amount of money was involved
in the ranch out in California, but it is
supposed to have been in the neighbor
hood of $30,000. and Modjeska la reap
ing a nice little profit out of the deal.
The place, which is in the mountains.
has been bought by the Townsend-
Dayman Company of San Fraacisco
and will be^immediately converted into
a -winter resort. . Modjeska. r who is said
to have received $40,000 for the pro>-'
erty, will not retain any Interest in
the place, having disposed of- It en>-*
Jules Murray said this afternoon that
he had not. yet set any date for Mod-
Jeska's reappearance, nor had he de
cided upon the exact route over whicft
she will be booked.
TXOOPS WTLI. AWE ST2T3X2S.— S»ntmntfer,
>:>ain. Arts'. 2$. — The strike aitnatina is *zxin
bad. n rrneral strike hartas be«« rleelared
throughout the mlninc region. Troop- haie been
1 s«at to pres*r»e orCtr.

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