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GREENE AND GAYNOR'S
SENTENCE IS UPHELD
Appeal on Finding of Court
in Savannah Harbor
Fraud Denied
NEW ORLEANS. June 3. — The sen
tence of the superiors-court in the fa
mous Greene and Gaynor case. Involv
ing over a Jialf million dollars fraud
ia government contract work la the
Savannah harbor, was affirmed today
in an opinion handed down by the
United States circuit court of appeals.
The sentence is four years lmprison
s37s,ooo.
iudfres. Shelby and McCormick rend
ered the opinion and Judge Pardee dis
sented.
Benjamin Greene, and John F. Gaynor,
the defendants, appealed In 1903 on
assignments of errors. Most Interest
ing of these was the claim that their
extradition* from Canada, a case which
vc<*nt to the privy council of England
before being finally tried, was illegaL
They claim they were extradited upon
one offense and tried upon another.
Upon this point the court Bays:
"It Is not unusual, nor would it be
expedient or practicable for a warrant
of extradition to describe the crime
with all the fullness that would be re
quired in an Indictment. "While extra
dition and Indictment must be for the
same criminal acts It does not follow
that the crime must have the same
name in both countries."
The court held that the defendants
wpre extradited for an offense for which
they had been twice indicted.
Keplyint? to the contention that their
offense was not extraditable under the
treaty, the court held first that It was
. xtraditable and also that If the treaty
did not on Its face allow extradition of
this offense, nevertheless the parties to
this treaty could have taken action
<o ' make the Instrument cover
the offense and that such action would
liave applied to a previously com
mitted offense.
On the grounds that they were
fugitives from justice, the court dis
missed the defendants* plea for the
benefit of the statute of limitation.
Judge Pardee. in dissenting, went
further even than upholding the plea of
illegal extradition and that for -the
statute of limitation. He says, quoting
from a .recent court decision: "It Is
better that a person escape altogether
than that a judgment of conviction of
an infamous crime should sustain ;
u-hcre the record does not show clearly
tliat there was valid trial."
.He holds that the introducing of
the accounts of the defendants as doc
umentary evidence should not have
been allowed and that the charge of
the trial judge was erroneous and In
any ordinary case would warrant. If
not absolutely require, a -reversal.
The first Indictment In this case was
found Jn Savannah in December, 1599,
so that today's decision comes after
s»;ven years and nearly six months con
tinuous fighting against the govern
ment prosecution. Greene and Gaynor
can now each apply for a hearing (jr
go to the United States supreme court
tin a writ of certiorarl.
LIBERAL REGULATIONS
FOR CUSTOMS SERVICE
Consuls Are Informed 'of Re
laxation From Present
Rigid Methods
WASHINGTON, June 3. — The state
department mailed today to all United
States consuls copies of the new cus
toms regulations issued in accordance
.with the te/ms of the recent tariff ar
rangement with Germany. As these
regulations are all In the line of relax
ation from the rigid regulations Which
have prevailed, their announcement is
looked upon as virtually a change of
policy upon the part of this govern
ment toward both American Importers
4nd foreign exports. The more liberal
treatment to be accorded In passing
United States customs officials, it Is be
lieved, \u25a0will do much 1 toward commer
cially re-establishing the United States
in the favorable regard of foreign na
tions.
While the new customs regulations
abolish some of the methods whicn
have been regarded as harsh, they are
in no sense to be considered as a relax
ation against fraud or attempts- to
evade the payment of doty by under
valuation. '<••; . "" \
KANSAS ATTORNEY MAY..
. HAVE KILLED HIMSELF
Insurance Companies Investigating
Manner in Which Lucius Per
kins Met His Death
LAWRENCE, Kans., June 3. — Whether
Lucius H. Perkins, secretary of the
state board of examiners " and . former
president of the Kansas bar association,
who died here yesterday from the "ef
fects of a fall from the roof -of : his
home, committed suicide or met an ac
cidental death still remains aya v mystery.
Relatives of Perkins declared.' today
that there was nothing unusual' ln his
going to the roof and that he evidently
jcvas intent on Investigating '; a leak. 1
Perkins was insured in some of the big
life insurance companies for something
over $500,000. Insurance agents here
decline -to discuss'the- case, 'but they
are collecting evidence and say .that
special adjusters will be here . soon .to
co deeper Into the matter. It -develops
that no - member of his family knew
that Perkins carried so much Insur
ance. / \u25a0" '\u25a0'•\u25a0
SAYS COMPANY IS SOLVENT
LEAVENWORTH, Kanl, June ,3.--H.
' H. Tucker Jr., secretary, of the Uncle
Sam oil company, filed a motion In the
district court here this afternoon ask
ing /or the dismissal of bankruptcy
proceedings • and . the discharge of r the
receiver, saying the -company „ could
pay all outstanding debts.>^ If the mo
tion is overruled. Tucker* says, he" will
file a motion to have, the caseebntinued
. until next fall T so -he : can secure affl
davlts showing, that the, "company is in
substantial condition, as he claims. '
DtTCHCnUISEB AT JAMESTOW.Y
XORFOI.K. Va., June S.'-^The ' Dutch
cruiser^ Gelderland,^. representing the
navy, of Holland at the Jamestown cx T
ponltlon.'- dropped anchor off;the"<expo
sition grounds i yesterday.' \u0084The) ' Vessel
will be one of , the International fleet
whose l presence . : will be'^ a . feature on
June 10 > (Georgia i day) > at; the";"exposl
tlon,,|when": President/ Roosevelt > will
again be* present, and June 12: (Virginia
day). :'. \u25a0'"'- . . .'. ' " " . .' \u25a0 * .- \u25a0 -
CREMATES* HIMSELF
CINCINNATI,,- June ' \u25a0- S.^-A" boiler
cleaner; emploj'ed » near , the; Ryaiu soap
factory , testified", today^' that last^Frl
day. %: man answeringithe : description
,of .' the; man , : whose! charred"^ body,! was
found . in I the \u25a0: furnace • twice \ visited^ his
furnaces | and , It. was \u25a0. necessary; toT eject
him' from' the boiler. room.' as he seemed
fascinated; by; the^fire., Theipolice*de
<«lare 'that* the caise was that of suicide.
MILLIONAIRE LOSES LIFE
IN AN AUTO ACCIDENT
Harry Hamlin b£ 7 Buffalo
Killed in Collision on
Highway
BUFFALO, Juno 3. — Harry Hamlin.
one of the best known and' wealthiest
citizens of Buiialo. was .. killed in an
automobile accident on the Williams
ville road, a mile north" of the city^ liner
late this afternoon. ' Hamlin's auto-;
ombile collided with a light ,\ wagon
driven by Jacob " ; Schaller, a retired
butcher of Buffalo. -Schaller was badly
hurt, but will -; recover. : John ' Hackle,
a 12 year old boy. who. was in Schaller' s
rig, was fatally Injured." , His legs^were
broken and his skull was .fractured. ';
\u25a0 In the automobile with Hamlin were
Anthony Gavin, a member of the .Buf
falo police force, and two. of Hamlin's
employes," one of them acting as chauf-^
feur. Opposite:. the- Country club two
automobiles going :' in \u25a0 the same . d i roc .
tion passed the" Hamlin party. ~.ThR
road was covered with a heavy coating
of dust and the rapidly, moving, ma
chines left a dense' cloud in 'their trail.
Schaller and the boy were driving
toward Buffalo and the automobiles
were going in the opposite "direction.
The first two machines passed them
well to the right. Schaller. was peer
ing ahead through the dust when'Ham
lin's machine flashed directly In front
of him. There was no time to turn
out* The automobile struck the horse,
tearing off its'front legs and carrying
the wreckage of the ;wagon. 200 , feet
down the road.' Schaller,. was tossed to
one. side, but the boy, was Jammed ; into
the wreckage of the rig and the fronc
of the automobile, Hamlln, who.was
on the front seat with -the chauffeur,
was thrown over the ditch and' on ..to
the trolley tracks which parallel s tho
roadway. He. landed head foremost on
the rails. His neck was broken! ;; The
chauffeur* and - Gav»n escaped' with
slight injuries.
Hamlln was 50 years old." He was a
son of the late Cicero J. Hamlin,
famous as a breeder of trotting horses.
TO PROSECUTE ROADS
UNDER SHERMAN ACT
Pennsylvania Among Lines
Government Is to Pro
ceed Against \
WASHINGTON. June 3.— A report
from Todd and Simpson,' who. were ap
pointed some months ago by. the presi
dent to investigate both the anthracite
and bituminous coal carrying railroads
with regard to any violations of the
Sherman antitrust . act, has been" re
ceived by the attorney ? general, who
said today that no action, as ':'\u25a0 yet -had
been decided upon, as It -Is Intended^.to
first submit certain questions- of-vlm
portance, both as to - the .* law and : the
policy of 'the department, to the presi
dent. As to ' the report of, Todd ; and
Simpson the' department' Is very * reti
cent,, but there is reason to believe that
action .will be begun within the next 10
days against the Pennsylvania; Read-
Ing, ; Chesapeake and Ohio, ' the Atlantic
Coast | Line | and 5 the . Seaboard ' Air > Line
railways for violation of.. the Sherman
act. . ..;\u25a0 "' '• \u25a0''. • ii :\u25a0:. \u25a0 . a :-• \u25a0':\u25a0;\u25a0>
When a woman gets to a "certain age
without, any man" having £ ever .asked
her to mar ry him, she is always talking
about what a terrible jilt phe used to
be.:- •\u25a0• \u25a0: \u25a0' V -*\ '- >.•. • :>-.\u25a0•' ' ' " _
COUGH
IV. - OTJT&WO
GROUP
This remedy en always be depended upon and
is pleasait t§ take. It contains no opiym or
other Barmfol dro| iid may be given a$ cinfl-
dently to a baby as to an adalt \
, Price 25 cents, large size SO cents.
FRENCH
Savings Bank
J Is.: instaljing . in its.
' building safe ;
deposit vaults.
Cor. Suttcr and Trinity Sts.;
Above Monteomcry St.' '
;; O»k. Store,' Office, Cafe and Bar
FIXTURES
In stock air designed sad made to order
'T.,H.;!MEEK;H
Factory, 666-8 Minna 11524 Hfcion
Of fioe 'aod Satereom, 1 1 59-61 Minion '
Bet. 7«h Wad B*»u •ti.TPli«ae'. Market- 2848
PlilS CURED
JTO STAY CURED
Without "i. Knife vV'er t Hindrance From
Bminni. > Many.: cured iOnHthis"! coast.'
Cal I or i \u25a0write '.ton names J fori in vestl gra-
tion. .*,~\ THOS. i J.f KISNER/.: M.t D.", (for-"
merly..Columbian;blds.),/2091^Fillmore:-
ICARTFRSI Genuine - Must \u25a0• Bear ~\ .
wmtfjti[S I 0 Signature^
THE SAN FRAXCISCO CALL,. TUESDAY, t JTJNE .4, 1907;
DYING MAN EMBRACES
WOULD-BE MURDERER
Revolver Wielder arid Victim
Renew ; friendship
in Hospital r
' NEW' YORK, • J fine". 3.— A f ter James
Bradley, had "identified s James. Piguida
BARTLETT
SPRINGS
No Increase in Rafe
Spend your vacation 'there; drink the
famous Bartlett Water-that cures.' En-
joy fine. trout fishinpr.f Plenty of saddle
horses and rigs. Ir Orchestra; -dancing
every evening. aßowlingr.itennis; cro-
quet and all popular 'games. '.Wonder-
ful. Soda Jbaths. First, class
massagists in attendance. 'New; swim-
ming tank. Housekeeping cottages
for; those; desiring;same. Rates, $3 to
$15 per .week, r 1 to '6. rooms. \u25a0;\u25a0 Write:
J. E. McMahan, Bartlett Springs
Lake County
Or call - BARTLETT SPRINGS i CO. WATER '
OFFICE. . 701 Fourth street, San Francisco. '
Phone \u25a0 Temporary . 34, or ..1892, -'and we will call j
on you. >-,-\u25a0 \u25a0'..,, :\u25a0, . . ....-,;..
WI Lil AMS AXD BARTLETT S PRIX G S
STAGE LINE-
I .eaves .Williams dally on arrival *of ' northtKiund
train for Bartlett, . Allen's, Hoygh's «nd Cook's
Springs.' Dally except Sunday for Wilbur Springs,
Jones Springs ': and , Sulphur Creek. .. Seventy-five
pounds of baggage allowed with : each ticket. . '.
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;' -WILLIAM QUIGLEY. Proprietor.'
GO AUTOINe
Have a GOOD Time This Snmmer
V Take a spin, over the new Pieta Au-
tomobile Stage Line Into Lake county
and spend' your' vacation at- \u25a0\u25a0 .
HIGHLAND SPRINGS
with Will Mariner and Jo Craig.* Every-
thingfirst class/ Bring your.old clothes
guns, and bathing; suits. \ At .home all
summer. -. Full ; particulars at Bryari's
Information * Bureau, .' 1732 Fillmore - s t,'
S. F.,' or by. addressing . >
MARIXER'A CRAIG,
. ... \u25a0 \u25a0 :'• '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0":'. \u25a0 l< ' !Vew > Proprletora:/-/
..SPRINGS,
: ; LAK^.COUiyXV^CAL.^'
.Cures \u25a0 all 7 cases "of kidney and ; liver trouble."
The , friend •of /. the \u25a0; rheumatic I and • gout patient ;
42 mineral springs." : Hot '\u25a0 snlphnr and Iron \u25a0 plunte ;
baths. Magnesia tub baths. Reference:,.- Any
gnest for the « last 20 \u25a0 years. ; j Rates,' $12; to . |1G
per ; week. Fare from San i Francisco $9 r round
trip, k Leave • San Francisco 7 :30 \u25a0 a.'; m. \ vla ; S." V:;\
or "8 ; a. K j m. " Cal." ;; and 3 North western.^ Send 'for
catalogue or address i J."> W.I LAYMANCE," Owner
and Manager, Howard Springs. 'Lake Co , Cal
SODA BAY SPRINGS
LAKE COUNTY, CAL
Situated on . the , picturesque shore of lClear : Lake.*
Season opens May 1.: Finest of. boating, bathing,
hunting - and > fishing.";: : Unsurpassed • aecommoda-^
tions. . .; New ". accommodating .-\u25a0 40 i people
built • expressly : for . the ', use ' of guests and 5 excur-
sions. -Terms $2 per day: $12. porjweek: special
rates. to families., Take Tiburon ferry .7:40 a." m.;
thence by ;• rail X to ; Hopland,*; then t stage " or ; auto-
ombile direct •to i gprings. V, Round : trip • good ! f or .
six . months, $9. : Further Information address
managers. MARSH ALL Y. BERD (J and AGNES
BELL RHOADS. -Soda \ Bay. Springs, .<Lakc coun-
ty. Cal., , via - Kelseyvllle < postof fice. .-, .: : : ; .-' iV>- \u25a0 ' *
LAUREL, DELL;
The Switzerland of America
Boating. * marine" toboggan, ! bowling and 'other
amusements free to guests.' Write for pamphlet"
to E: DURNAN. i Prop.r- Laurel .Dell P.- 0., - Lake
county. Cal. ; also proprietor La hotel. :-\u25a0:
SAMTOGAIsiRmG§
15 different mineral springs for. health" and pleas- •
ure.- '..Write: for, booklet./ " \u25a0"' ~ • -> • i -
; J. MARTENS, - Bachelor \ P.\ 0.,', Lake' Co., Cal.
*?., " seigler;
. Hotv Springs,'-" new "a management:". Natural -: hot
baths ! for.; rheumatism,' ; malarial erc"."^- Wonderful
stomach ' waters. ,. Swimming - pond. -. Baths f ree .
Rates $9 to $12. *.- Adress V,'., E.* ; CATHIE, Selg-
ler.T Lake ' Co.,-* Cal. "-'\u25a0'\u25a0:.-:' ,".\u25a0:» .' \u25a0.. V.";'-i
In ; the. Pine moun tains"; j California's' choicest cll-
mate.. - ;Phone.' boatings andtswlmmlng; croquet '•
bunting and flshinjr.! Best of i meals.; Place Uo en-
Joy > country I air ; -$8> to * $10 < per i. week.x j, Further
particulars address ; HOBERGS.* Lake ; county.^'^'
.X .^\u25a0'«3ssa^-^-i;r'::'on| Your/ Vacation;';:
Victor^ Edison, Zondphones, $10 to 9100.
Largest Sto^kiof \u25a0 Records.'^- We t pay,' fhe ferlght.^
; . v PETER , BACIGALUPI ; & SONS,*
r% 1113-1115 (FlHmore? St. •"' \u25a0 - i
- - ' ; •"- Write ' for ' Catalognckt -y : '-, •-\u25a0: : . ;'
OWNHsUMMER^HOME[fa^V MnAlmr
IN MOUNTAINS OF SONOMA COUNTY vaflip , Wot KCl
: Equable climate. : 1 I^ts $15 uph-^ Cottages built
$83 up.y,; Depot.* stores."; restaurant.i hotel/' phone,",
post, express, /churches'; and f sawmill; »" 1.500 I lots
sold : k 500 1 cottages ?, bull t.%\ Sausalito » forry;>>n M."
C.-, MEEKER.I Camp i Meeker.'; Sonoma i county.V^af
Mill . Vallej-. ; 50 mimiies , from '; San i Francisco.''! Su- S
pcrlorjaccommodations.Vj French 'chef.*- ~-~-* -•\u25a0 ::~.
\u25a0 *'~-'-.':- '.>,.; MRS: 1 JG.v;GRI'SS.,; Proprietor.': :i
pONiIiRIOPMji
. .For:r«tes:and;particulars^apply '' . •
•'r- : * ' :-. i: :",*>..C.VF.\Tc'Aßßfi;lrroi">.tVMon*te'j ßto! V-
pAMI^JMYimiRE^
: i First "claW h'otelfaccommodatioris;'*'! Tents? vcot-;v cot-;
tages ! and I family J grounds ?, unlimited.'? 1 Boating,^
swimming I and I fishing."? j Grocery! and I butcher; on '
the « ground: «>a Terms ». most a Hberal.gg Send -} your \u25a0
f amlly.Kr Apply ADAM iBREHM;ITop/, ; ; :-\u25a0\u25a0•'
N.i W.i R.lv"; HOTEL' t BEBTEAND. U . Marin \ Co.''
-'J First * class ; t special j rates ' for '
families ; and i parties-f Hunting.^ flshinc.^ boa tin? i
bathing ; *? beautiful * drives ato g Beat 1 , Valley y and
oceaq.* jiTelephone.V-i Postof fice .'/at it tik s noteL#Ap-1
plyjtQj JAF.-vßEßTßAyi>.'i.Tocal6ma.H'«»*i -'-..'
\u00841*;^':? CASTI.E \ ROCK tTA VERN^^agg'
•A Now, open ! under; new] management.'WA. delight- '
ful homelike ! place . to] rest*, and ! enjqyj the beaut ten
of A the ii Sacramento 8 canjon.'2| Rest i and! pleasure
i here $ combine if to { drl re 5 dull i cares s away .-^5, For
particular* •' address /B.*« s W."wHARTSHOUN. > J Eir-*
as the : man ,»who shot ;him, . inflictingla
wound ;fr6m^which : |Bradley ;may|di3^
the' two 'men f embraced land \u25a0»• kissed| one
another, imthe^BrooklyJrhospltalltoday.'
. The7shooUng(took'"place:at a picnic in
\ from.
r aXqua>r~e^werJalgJHr^-A^blillet'2ffom
Piguida'sfrevblve'ripenetfatedrßradley:^
breastv near,? fETe? hearth •; Pi guiday; fled,'
,but> r wasjarrested|toda>-|andf takengto
;the'..hospltal,'Ewhere|Bradley^.layf in Ja
critical'; condition; ij The " police lwerefasf
.tonishedHofseeltheltwb 'greetvone'an-'
6tJier[astfr lends 'and ! regret . the * quarrel;
whi^^Piguidatrnade^anxiqusVrinqulfies
as ; 1 6 his! friend", would i recover.
Bradley.;* is . a ?; teamster = : and'JPigiilda | a'
machinist. ;j" ; ''V V ; \u25a0',".-'-'. \u25a0\u25a0 -.:".-. :;" 1 \u25a0',--' ; '<?':\u25a0£
liii^Tl At* Medical Springs
\u25a0-' "« :"' ". \u25a0y '\u25a0 '-'/;' •'.:'\u25a0' \u25a0,- '-"\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0-'-'•' i "*''." ; ''' -" \u25a0.\u25a0-'\u25a0\u25a0 : ' I ' "]\u25a0'-.'•\u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0'-'"'-\u25a0". ,\u25a0*\u25a0'\u25a0•" "•-'-'"'-"\u25a0''\u25a0 '.;. v". : --' '-.'•'-":- •'\u25a0 >."'
. Witter; Springs; Hotel opened ( in May, 1906.' Magnificent ; ln' its costliness,
its beauty ;and (completeness.': Tennis," Bowling, Fishing, Mountain' Climb-
ing, Horseback Shooting" and Billiards.'
; See Sunrise} Peak, Witter \u25a0 Rarichr, Clear, take! - Blue Lakes;' Witter Canyon ' !
Horse ' Shoe - Bend t and the numerous! trails. : • Most /gorgeous - scenery . in the j
world; .Reservations for Hotel and- Cottages should be made now.. • : .
For booklet -and general information "write to Albert J. Arroll,' Manager
Witter. Springs,^ Lake' County, 'California;^ or -- ; : : ,
Main Office-^SiZVan Ness Avenue; San Francisco
TELEPHONE FR^KUN : 2888 - ; U"
Witter SVater Cures Diabetes aridßrigh^sDisease
I iII 1 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0R ; |l^^'lJ*BlKii \u25a0
AMERICA'S GREATEST HEALTH AND
: -\: : ;V ; pleasure; \u25a0REsoRT-f
i Positive i cure : for-rheurnatismW storii-
ach. and* liver : and kidney troubles." Ta-
ble, flrst^class.^i' 'Good' hunting and fish-
ing-. X,Rates,lslo,\' sl2 and, sl4;per week.'
Bathsjfree to guests.VForf nrther; par-
ticulars -write R.;H- CURRY, proprietor
The [Geysers,- Sonoma county.- v ,
IJI I hi/ llfTf&T WARM SPRINGS.
RfIAIIK WF\T Sonom&Co Only 3 1-2
ifirllllt If LO I h ou " «n>™ 8. F. and
111-- -V-. ....•;..•..- - .bat' 7 miles sttMrfrif.
\u25a0 v«; Meet trains of I«. W. Pacific at Fultpn, .both
morning: J . • and > . evening..- - Round » v trip
0n1y^?|3.75.V: New;- ownership -v and "per-
manent?, first i class management. -Nine
mineral^ springs « and- superb boat-
i Ing J i and'-* swimming. : .<' "The
place -in California" 'ls ; the' verdict of
.thousands. ;B Terms,^ s 2 -r a^ day •o r $1 2 a
iweek. 1;-'1 ;-' Information- at- 1 Bryan's ; Bureau,
1732 'Fillmore: st. ; ,i Peck-Judah ,' Bureau,
'789; Market St.," or address Mrs." M." Mul-
;grew,*; Fulton/; Cal. i-^:" ; . . \u25a0\u25a0'<.
Aqua Caliente Springs
" Scnd.;your famlly.to the nearest Hot \ Sulphur
Sprines } to . San J Francisco. "\u25a0--:. First - : class i accora-
modations.xv Special *\u25a0 rates ; to families ; vno> st »s-
in«t; %fouri trains s daily; fare. 'i round tri^V sl.6s.
Tiburon' ferry; or. Oakland; ; two : hours'; riilfi.'T" Ad-
dress ; THEODOR 'a RICHARDS, , Aqua Caliente
Sprinffa, > Sonoma J connty,*- Cal. p-v- . >' : _*;; \u25a0 y -. -
AIfIAAA' HOT. SPRINGS, Sonoma Co.,
Pll Alal.X only 4 1-2 hours from S. F.
flflUUlJ nnfl but 9 miles staring. Meet
\u25a0j"" -.-.-Ti trains of N: W. Pacific at Gey-
1^ servillo, both morning and evening-. Round
BT& trip onl7 $5.10/j Reference : 1 Any guest of the
past 12 years/? Terms. 12.00 a day or fl2 a week,
information at Bryan's Bureau.' 1732 Fillmore St. ;
Peck-Judah : Bureaur ; 789 1 Market ! Street. • or of
r;"F.'Mulgrew,Bkaggs,'Cal;. • '" ':.
Klamath Hot Springs
Did -.not experience; any "-earthquake. ."\u25a0 Fishing
now ; first class. ' ' One -of ; the most '.beautifully
located resorts r on--i the > coast. ,'\u25a0 Rates'; Very '- rea-
sonable. Apply Ito the '\u25a0\u25a0 PECK-JUDAH; CO/; ; ,or
Edson , Bros.^Beswiek.i Cal.. for~< Information.,-.
\u25a0 - : .y. \ GRAND TOCR TO - ' , ; ..
TTikliiliri
JL r\l 1111 ;
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ALLOWING Sl^ P^y 8 ON - I^ LA> PSP S
i : The land of bread; fruit."! cocoanuts °nd flowers.'
Clement Wragge, \u25a0in - '.'The Romance of the South
Seas,'/? says ::\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0.?' "^'Ji : '- ;');• v. : .r'-- ':-^':.,-"".'^'*'?
'.'. "TaJiitl ; ;; is j the \u25a0 island "of the \u25a0 gods! v People
don't .-know, £ thev/.have J no i conception P of '£. the
glories '• of i these 1 ?. The ; globe Urotter '( ioK
lows { the | beaten -track > and I leaves out this \u25a0 f asci-
nating spot. One should go not only for the short
stay: that ) the f steamer'remalns jln •\u25a0 port,': but ' stay.
| over.' a . steamer and \u25a0\u25a0 become ' acquainted \u25a0 with > the
natlTcs : In •. their ? picturesque -Tillages. " -:j Native
fetes* July: 14 i to -IS/r." '\u25a0\u25a0/\u25a0\u25a0- '. '\u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0".': \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0>-•' u-:-X-.%«-
• \u25a0> s.': S. ; JIARIPOSA' saiIs July ' I.> Reduced \u25a0 rale.".
$125 ; for/ round? trip. £? Send-- for -.' folder : to }. «j7:s
Market Bt. V; TeKy Temporary 1 1231^ ;J, .. .;., " „> ;<
GmiilNA ? lSt/WJI)3
.: \u25a0 . \u25a0 :.:•''. vj:summerh9o7. '\u25a0.:\u25a0. -y'iry, ~. ;> \u25a0
•.\u25a0\u25a0 Greatest; fishing^ tournament /known.'' r Aus-
pices • '\u0084'Tuna". and >."Wght 1 Tackle" clubs. .'. Prizes
awarded. or call on -\u25a0<- - 'i,:H"-4.
:;:ir ::.:,' PECK-JUDAH 'COMPANY.. 'V- . '.','/•
;.» 789 MARKETS ST.,"^ SAX i FRANCISCO,* CAL. : V
BANNING. aTraffle '& Mnnajter.t;.'.!'^
WILMINGTON 'TRANSPORTATION' COMPANY/
vv; 594 PACIFIC " t '..ECTRIC BUILDING; ':
'...; ;; LOS -ANGELES^; CAL: : ; t;>: ".; \u25a0\u25a0'.'- V
Inoakumts KAimwKEw.iiora; 'm
THEftKEYIRODTEBINN^
"i 22D i STREET.*ANDS 880 ADWAYA
Cuisine 'and | Service iUnsurpassedi
/ ' "- ' >'Cafe 4 .a:la Carte , '- .
>> ConvenientttO! SanfeFrancisco.%sr|
; j ': . ' .-\u25a0^•JS' N.I S.f M UjLL.Ear,'? Mgr. I *^
SnpspjiipßlrwsS
i \u25a0 Here Is \ the \u25a0 ipiace '\u25a0 if or Health^ and i JPleiture-:
.Within <?m i hours', 1 ride] of J 5."5 F.'ii Boating,^ Bwltn-"
ra!ng,jdrlTin|r.jdanclng,'fetc. L s The lifiuestj sulphur
springs : in": tUej> state.'aS Recommended | for.r Rheti-"
matism3 Stomach ete/^e Booklets «^ at
Peck-Judah \ Bnreau, j ;7S9 i, MnrketJ »t?,"7or rM.^ Mad-" 1
rMMU a»ejo s Whitej Sulphur, Springs AVallejo.l Cal.^
\u25a0 Located* Inf the jheart'of ,'Ross L Valley ,*4s minutes
from p San ?. Francisco:^ Ideal % home j f or J bnsinesi
men i and % tamilies.'^ L Terms ; retsonable.' ."Addrens
STHASSBURGEE ; & I PARKEB.I P-t 0.1 Larkspur,*
'\u25a0''' 1 9 pcn j entJr^i3 r e»r. t riiTeri : m»e« from 'Chico.'i'cij.' 5
a Send j torj pamphleteer j. ; H.'e BICHARDSOX.Tg
' ''"""-' » : '- \u25a0':* \u25a0 •\u25a0•\u25a0. \ \u25a0-»\u25a0.. \u25a0•' j- ! *l "v- j »-t \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0,\u25a0:\u25a0.-. »\u25a0„,\u25a0..-
BryßON^Hox^spßiivas
in,..-. \u0084»,.. laillMirfli !lh>Jj|i» MJaW'JT,— CT^^ j^.- -»\u25a0 ~t
The l waters ; cure : rheumatism— the ! en vlronmentu's
pcrfeet^thei hotel i comfortable I and \ enpplied Arlth
an ! unexcelled t table. &t See j Southern ! Pacific j Infor-
mation » Biureau,-^ ground | floor,! James I Flood { bldg.f
Peck-Judah C0.;. 789 Market st.T; or.addrewi 1 hoteL
ZA i^i?! XCE W \u25bcIXUU^Sonoma « t amUy j retort.
N ewj buildings ; (plenty j of, shade : : bus dally to hot
•prtefs ; |f 151 5 d ay ; j|s weefc ;% H. .-PeWrfeWEß.^^
STATE OFFICIALS MAY
BE CALLED TO ST. PAUL
Rate ; Litig^ion% --Affects
of -Several
-: Commonwealths
;• ,- ST. i, PAUL, "<Juhe v 3,-^A * meeting^of
governors, attorneys ' general I arid pother
VACATION 1907
:. t ' •_ ;' -;•/ y- ISSUED BY THE
Northwestern Pacific Railroad
." '•" ' - - SUCCESSOR : TO " ;
CALIFORNIA ;" NORTHWESTERN - RAILWAY
AND .NORTH' SHORE; RAILR9AD.
THB PICTURESQUE ROUTE OF CALIFORNIA
IS NOW BEADY FOB DISTRIBUfIOW
:\u25a0\u25a0 ' S.j GIVING FULL INFORMATION •. '
v \u25a0. - , : in '"regard ' Toi - \u25a0\u25a0\"{
CAMMING SPOTS.eTHE=LdCA^
tion^ Accommodations;
ATTTRACTIONS; W. ETC. <: OE
MINERAL!; SPRINGS RESORTS
ANDJCOUNTRYIHOMES^AND
FARMS sWHERE^: SUMMER
BOARDERS ;ARETAKSN;
WITHITERMS^OE; BOARD;
$7#O*VAND PER
WEEK.^--;;, 1 - \u25a0- : :)f .\u25a0 \u25a0 ;
\u25a0'\ - :-i --\u25a0 »•-'' - \u25a0 '\u25a0•^' '-.- ' -_ \u25a0 *~*_ '< " \u25a0 \u25a0*\u25a0"\u25a0', ..-'-'
To be had atlTlcketOfflces.'Ferry Building.- foot
i of } Market 1 street," and: Room 98C, 1 James t Flood "
-• Building _-; (General? Offices).' San - Fran- » r
tisco. • Inquiry by. Mail will bring an
;; >\u25a0 \u25a0 , Immediate ? Response: .\ r - j < 'iyj I \ .V;
JAS. AGLER. ; ' \u25a0 \u25a0T v r .^ -;..-' J. : . J. GEARY.
Gen. 'Manager., Acting Gen. Pass.' A Frt. Agt\
SF»R|fM©S
' Our automobiles ' meet .trains <at St." Helena .
eTery day except 1 Sunday . V.Take 7 :40 a. i m. ,
broad- gange | boat.Vi Commencing ' June i 7./- to
• accommodate weekend guests :< on Fridays ' and •
Saturdays,' wUI ; also meet train leaving S. F.
a t 3 :30 p. * m.v rla X Tihuron. w Fare : ?7 round ;
trip. Write 1 , for, information. - \u25a0 .' -.'
\u25a0t; AETNA SPRINGS CO. "
Aetna Spriaga, IVapa Connty;.: CaL
NAPA SODA SPRINGS
NOW-OPEN. ,The* 'most 'beautiful _ mountain
health -\u25a0 and 5 pleasure " resort. New ; skating ; rink.
Address JOHN* JACOBS.% Proprietor. N«pa Soda
Springs, Cal.; ;-^.-. •. .- ;- - .' - \u25a0 \u25a0. -v;--^.-.- -
'.wiLsoNVaNN .
A .home mountain ' placed 12 miles fro'm'Napa/
El. \u25a0' 1.000 ft. Pnre ? air : and ; water.-. Own • milk,
cream,-.-- fruit i and?; vegetables.' ;: Phone and' ga*.
JSitor*!! periweek. "> Folders. 'l ARNO H.'-WIL-
SOW,-|AUas,-,;Napa^Co.~:_v -••,-,-•" x'; --'.;; 'V ;{ '•
JOH^NNISBERQ
,• El.'- 1.200; f Li-.' Beautifully!, situated l amo'ng'' the'
redwoods." i Boating ", and 5 bathine/ Stage : meets
guests' at \u25a0Oakville.-'Napa; Co. --Rates reasonable.'
MR. AND <\u25a0: MRS. THEO. , BtACKENBUROr JR.
i'Beautiful 'mountain pleasure and \ health
sort:leleT.': Boo 'feet; ' overlooking i^'Nnpa' valley
sulphurjWater^baths.^ißateß^lOupiper week f »
,\ ; PR^S.;.C^LEONHARDT.'OakvIIIe.;CaI.
—. FOR YOUR — —
SUMMER VA^ffl
,-; Hates |r*lB*.:v, aound { Trip "• S. ;; a \u25a0 ; ALAMEDA «\u25a0 -"i
•*t Steamers Tof i Ocean ic '. 1 ine'i sail ""eWry /10/ 10 Tda vs ;
; The ? splendid i S.T S.t Sierra j now| runs 5 locally \u25a0to
Hawaii/salternatlnjs^withiS.'.S.Alameda.^ThU
gives I increased 1 facilities Sto ;book \ homeward pas-
sage ' from 1 Honolulu. , Everyone I should , make . this
most^ delightful' of strips.-.?-} Book 1 nowi and get ! the
best I accommodations.^ Yon I will 1 find I a t generous
welcomed In % the ] Islands. There's j notbinr that
compares f to, Jit/;, Sailings^ June? 13,; June ;22;
rJ> Office i C 73 T'SlarketYst-.^San f FrancUcol '•; Tele-"
phonej,Temporary^i23l.' i;'i /\u25a0 <.:"!.' *\u25a0 r - jA;--'T~:
Pi JONEB SHOX^ BTJ£PHTTK ' SJPKIKOB^inre cure
for r rhenmatism.'t malaria.',-; poison * oak.r all £ skin
and \ blood * diseases.-s;, $8 Uo 1 $12 1 »*:w«k> Btage
connectsj at iWilllanai. w Pamphlet t at i Bryan's 1 Bu-
reau.V 11 32 * Fillmore | street.^. TILDEN^ JONES *
I Prop.^ Snlphnr j Creek, ; Colusa Tcounty;; Cal <\u25a0 '
BBB!B"g
jit'B«adyjforcue»tB.^Ample «ccommodaUons ':New
annex." •;: Private : baths.; fishing.': bathing. I boating i
•Addrew|MßB.7AnT.^ MOORE, :j BELVEDERE. °*^
\u25a0Vii'.'W;.': ; -.--=..:-,. :,<',; :,'-..^ \u0084\u25a0-;\u25a0;- -^ a --.-_ •,'\u25a0,-.-. . ... , -.-. . \u0084
IHO^EI^RUSTIC^Nai
m> First x season ; #. entirely-? renovated ; jfl beautiful
scenery,"? boa tlnp. bathinj:, fishlnu.^ hunting - dane-
: Ing.l bowlinir,*« croquets tennla.^ Rate«.l $» ! to " 11" v
\u25a0Byiithe^day *?;$2.-aU Special Srate^ 35 1» | famlller-
'Addregg iL:I B.; SELENGER.*; Prop.^j Camp ; Meeker*. (
jtf^Tyo^^Stl^nlailSHCTiETriii^sii^
fe did ! hunting,' flshing. bathing, and | boa t lng. Good
Wopportunltyj to I visit g Nevada : Co. > gold » mines.'
gj Elevation \u25a0 2.400, feet^ Shehley's Station -"'on ' line
I 1 Nevada | Co. | n arrow > gauge J R:f R.-i^ Good J room '
%A and j board."£i Beautiful ' scenery. iy, No s consumn-'
P. 0.,0.. O. .ahebley; Chicago Park; Cal.'
'officials 'fot - states : likely" to'sbe: affected
by 'i the": rat'o .'litigation now .tne
federal r 'distrlct ; 'courtfrnayib'e;held; In. St.*
Paulfshoftly. : ~yAttorney\!Generar-Youns
is (conslderlngHhe i advisability fofj send
lngjoutja'genera^'call.'-'j.k' * \u25a0-> -.'\u25a0 *
The^suSts toerijoiniputting.the 2;cent
fares "and 5 lower freight rates into^effect
are.^Young ! says," /nothing- less :than;an
attack'^on '\u25a0; states', 1 rights,'?' important
enough * tovwarrant'" v * general \u25a0 corbpera-,
tion, especially • upon the ; part ,'of states
which -have Just passed rate " regulating
la'WS.'^"^" ''-) ~. \u25a0:.,'.' \u25a0'\u25a0'_..*\u25a0*- .-, \u25a0 :\u25a0'\u25a0''\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0/'--'\u25a0
•It means, he asserts, that -if the rail
roads -will ,; not, ; other,' Interests, ,Inter
state Ih/J nature. Twill invoke. the aid of
theisame'declsioriTSSßHSßl
PARAISO
:: IiOT ;:: "\u25a0\u25a0;!
;; \u25a0; ,;s r pil| ; iivo;s,iv.- 1
New Ownership and Management.
1 \u25a0\u25a0 Grandest and * Most Accessible of .all
Resorts.--,- '\u0084;-\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. : "-j::~\ ,--..' 'M
Only Seven Miles of ; Beautiful Stag-
ing. r : Fine Automobiling. , . - , :
Waters Awarded First Prize at^St-
Louis Exposition.* V ", j >
V Natural ! hot soda.'salphur. plunge and
tub '• baths,-; 1 04 to 1 1 6 degrees,' for rheu-
matism, malaria, liver, - kidney and all
stomach " troubles.*" "?. Iron -\u25a0 and '- arsenic.
Altitude; ; 1.400 -" feet. - Swimming . tank, ]
hunting, fishing, bowling, tennis,* croquet, j
dancing; ; gas; -.Expert: masseurs. Round j
trip ; $8.- I Rates $10.50 , t0 \u25a0 $16. i Baths free, j
Trainsrleave -Third' and. Townsend; at i
8:30* a.', m. First and Broad way, Oak-
land, .7:57 a. -"m:.: -Information "at S. P. '
Co.\or H.-H. McGOWAN. Prop., Paraiso
Springs. Monterey-county,. Cal.' '
New Hotel '
Vcndome
. SAX JOSE. -\u25a0 CAL. s
Thoronghly rebuilt and refurnished. Tnexcelled
cuisine, i- Every modern convenience. Cbarmiozlr
located In beautiful park.!-" - .. .. • <•.-•-
' Swlmpaintc , pool, bowline \u25a0 allejs. - tennis courts.^
A dellelitful place to spend the summer.' Rates
reasonable. .»;.C. :C.,; WELUIANV Manager.
-\u25a0"' "• • "• -_ :ii__n_________/
TAH{^TAVERN
POPULAR AS EVER
Add." Mri. Alice RlchardMon, Mgrr^
TAHOE, TcAJL. p
' . \u25a0 \u25a0' \u25a0•:'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-' % ... '" , '
'6Xsfi|E:eFJAQ]FAijM
'\u0084 Former SIteCASTLECRAO TAVERN.'
"' 100 Acres Forest. Meadow and Garden LandC -'
'V Fnrnlsbed log? cabins**' $1? per day.' each^pereon :
special \ family rates. . Central grill. - European
plan, genuine borne cooking. . reasonable ; charges.
Here you ; are \u25a0 expected to >\u25a0 wear plain clothes
and lead a •simple 'life: If 'you .can't do
don't come. Address M: W. HARLOW.' Manager,
Castle Crag ( via Dnnsmnir). California.
' . CAMPBELL'S (HOT SPRIXGS .
ll. ' PEARCE, Prop?.'; sierraTille. C^l.
r Most -.beautiful - resort In ; Sierra .- Nevada moun-
tains: lVi miles from : SierraviHe. overlooking the
grand Sierra valley; ' altitude 5.000; water unsur-
passed for rheumatism. V gout. - liver • and : kidney
complaints and ' all stomach'- troubles ; no snake'a
or \u25a0 poison . oak ; "• plenty ' of hunt lug : and < flshins-
good "» Hvery:» picture"sque • drives. - Rates : ?12 ;to
#14 week.' - Round trip ticket to Truckee w Boca.
At ' Truckee < stage direct to springs, or by Boca
and Loyalton R."«R..; Round ttlp ; tickets. - Pam-
phlets on ; application. ,
The Liargest and Most - Popular : Summer ; Resort
\; in California.
;Lv LAKE ' TAHOE. ; M." Lawrence Jfc Co.. Ptom.'V
- OPENS : FOR . GUESTS JUNE I.- 1907.
VhE OAKS
" Finest and. most picturesque resort In the
Sierra > Nevada foothilia; . exdeJlent .:•\u25a0 table:
amusements." Don't fail: to write for finely lllusi-
trated ; booklet. ; Address i The Oaks, . Applegate
California.- '-< -7 •. - ..' ' "•_\u25a0 ; ,. . _
.'.To' rent— Tent. city for summer resort at Dor-
mer .= Lake.— Write for : particulars, c S. ; McKay,
Truckee, ; Ca l-78B|WBWaffiWBMffl81
WHITNEY HOUSE
Leading Hotel and Summer Resortr.Truckee, Cal
•/."-Cn:-::-". -^S: McKAY. ; Proprietor, r
\u25a0 LAKE : HTDEPENDENCE "In 'the /high sierras."
15 miles ! from Truckee. • through T : miles of mag-
nificent \u25a0 pine ; forest. V.Trout fishing tin ; lake , and
stream. Hunting, 'boating, bathing,"? riding . and
driving.^ * Tents :-, for outdoor * life. - % Table , unex-
celled. : \u25a0; Excursion rates from all parts of state'
Miss R. .Ward." Mgr.V; Hobart Mills 8 P." P.. Cal. .-
GiANT"\POßEST^(SleTra';:.'Cam'p)^id"e-
'\u25a0\u25a0 llghtful: mountain retreat for summer vacation*
; : v $12 a week, f Key. to high Sierras. Mts. ? Altai
r Silliman. --Whitney.'^ Kings antl ' Kern ' rivers.
-\ Finest; fishing. -.!5,0OO-bIg;trees. ißook now
,-ifor June and July.. -• Address Broder &. Hopping
" .Kaweah.'V.Tularet county, California.
jPE^VEGASvyiLLA: DEL/RIO
GUERNEVILLE. :
>.- , : . Hotel; Cottages Vand ' Camp .Sites
Particulars > M RS.^ E.I D E %TEG A. ' P. \ O. v . Box' fl3fi.'
-\u25a0\u25a0.•©S;i%'s»iiSiGi '\u25a0-:;-
ii, GUEBNBWOODiPARK,'; on ; Russian river; flsh-*
ing.'i boating and ba«ilnjr; ; tents and cots rented*
lots for i sale. r_i Write < for • circular. .GUEUVE i
McLANE.'iGuernevillel%.i., ; , >-,:.;- J
yieH^ SF?RIINGS
;--.>">: MEXDOCINOiCOUXTY- -' .*'
.v;Curatlve waters." champagne 'baths, and famous
beauty ; baths.' - Huntings fishing.* first class table "
J. A. REDEMEYER. , Proprietor, -i; . .'\u25a0 V
'\u25a0 5O mintttes It*Kv*€«i Vmnckcl. ' Half-*
S h«|urljr; servfc*.! t. f. iMpean Mfn's 1 150 •
Ana ttpw Amerjta^ F^\syy> «nd vpi .
DR.fc: C? O'DOXXELL'S -
MINERAL' SPRINGS at. Glen : Ellen, the ' grea'teit
remedy ;t; t for * lung f diseases., liver , and r stomach
trouble, rheumatism and catarrh. "^S *P 'or S • p-
& ! N.TP^ Ry." direct.^ Thirty i cottage* : and tents
furnished >. for , rent.': Fine 4 fishing. -DR
C". C.I O'DOX XELL.T 912 Uevteadero street. )} ""'
Fine table.".- CotUgeß for house , kerolng.' Crounet"
skating s rink/, etc.- -\u25a0 Rates t $7 1 to ; »10 *per -Wiek*
Address i:O.>E.^BlGELOW..l.tTerinore.- CaL^-t.
Southero 1 California : i eieva tloni ZMOtTnti^fn'
196 degrees : : natural " * team and ' mud " baths •-- new
hotel.'L^Write; for; booklet^ or J call at '\u25a0\u25a0;BRYav<*- 1
I 1732 i FILLMORE } ST.., SAN ; FRANCISCO. "
NowJojpenHl Rates I f roml $1 1 j upwaiKtfpeTlw^efcrJ
Write i for , pJurtipuUrs.f Address HOWELL." BUthr '*
HoDland. = Mendoclnor county r Cal. • - - -,- :.
TEX' ICEBERGS SIGHTED
'. -'GIBRALTAR, June^J^The cruisers
Denver :and ? Cleveland, en route :to join
the second "division of the' American
Pacific fleet in Chinese waters, 'arrived
here today and report having*, sighted
10 'icebergs "ilay r .22iin latitude 41,-longi
tude .97.*- The ; Icebergs covered about
six" miles of water. t t
f,akr Tnhor Kicunrlon
Leaves San Francisco June 7. 0n South
ern-TPacitic's -7:oovp->nx;" train. IS.OO
round ; trip ; rate,", includes :rall fare from
Truckee'ttoTahoe \u25a0-\u25a0••and .-'steamer trip
around the lake. Tickets good for flr»
days' "\u25a0\u25a0stop"' at the -lake. Ask any
agent.- : "'\u25a0 >•
Never a Dull Moment
SANTA CRUZ
The Attontic Gty of the Padfic— T&c
! World's Most Beaub'fal Play Ground
JQpenin^ of Summer
I Seasbri May 1, '07
I I>/\KIIULA
Seaside Resort-^Holel Capitola
| Hot salt baths, surf baths, • bowling." »katlng,
dancing." Furnished cottages for house keeping.
Address Hotel Capltola, Cmpltolm, Cal.
; THEHITS ONLY ONE
DEL MGNTE
Golf, S«a Balhing. , Motoriay.
Parlor Car from San rraacisco Twics Daily.
• Special Week End Rate*.
Free Art Exhibition and Sales Gallery of Cali-
fornia Painters.
C.'vW.' KEIXEY. TS9 Market Street.
. '."\u25a0' Telephoce Temporary 2751.
Pacific" Grove Hotel
- Formerly Hotel . £1 Carmelo. . Pacific Grore.
\u25a0' Under : the \u25a0 came ownership as the Hotel del
Monte. .- A. quiet resort," with erery . comfort. > « t
most reasonable rates. -In close touch with. San
Francisco, San Jose and Santa Crua. . Throngh
chair car and parlor car serrtc* to and from Ixm'
Angeles and San > Francisco dally. '
Gilroy Hot Springs
Quality of the Waters. nfiM
Competent Masseurs.
Excellent Table. 1 •
Neatness of Rooms.
-Are the « features at ,the«e - famous Springs.
Send for booklet to W. J..McDONALT>. Prop.
-RED WOOD RETREAT
• Alt. 'l.OOrt ft. : - built among beautiful groveii.
The finest, location In 'Santa ' Crui,- mountain* ; -
plenty of fruit; -amusement i ball; swimming
tank; bnilards- and other dWerslons free *n -
guests- mineral springs; fishing; -new free vaca-
tion plan. $s to $10 per week.'. Phone or ad-
dress R. F.- Warham, K. D. 2<i.- GUror. .Cal."
yiLA^A. FONTENAY
Under \u25a0. new management, Santa Crus' mountainn.
.1 mile* from _Gleßwood.~ First,. class tablo.
Bowling. * electric , lights, billiards, dancing pa-
TlHon.club room; MO up. -Phone Star* S3. Send
for booklet. Rl«-e Harper. R. F. P. 1. Santa Crn».
MT. VIEW RANCH HOTEL ;
And cottage* In the mountains near Santa" Cru*.
First; class table; club room; dancing pariltoo:
bowling.' croquet; rates ?:» and $10; currish
fare. .$1.25 round trip. Send for booklet. "TONY
PHILLIPS.. Prop.. Santa Cruz. Cal. - .
l eH/;HILL?INN
Best location on Beach ; Hill. Santa E»-
larged since, last season.' - Overlook in? beach antt
Casino., ' Large Grounds. Rooms handsomely and
artistically furnished. Handsomest dining room
in Santa Cruz. Write for booklet and rates.
THE ANTLERS
Large, sunny.' - well fnnjlshed ' rooms on - ear
line.w ithin walking distance • Santa Cru» beact>'
and Seabrtght., commanding .vtew of mountain*
For particulars : address >MISS f MARIE* E. DB
MANGE, The Antlern. Santa Crni.' Cal. *'
HOTEL ROWARDENNAN
BEX : LOMO.XD, \CAL,
•For -A' reservation* address' HENRT O
WALTER; Proprietor.* .
HOTEL METROPOLE
EUROPEAN PLAN."
. . Most' modern hotel in -Santa Cna. '
• ißooms from 50c • op. - 1 ,--
\u25a0 HEDGPETH 8R05.. -Props. t
WIUUOW RANCH
Delightfully located ,in the' redwoods, 5 miles
from, Santa ;Crnx; spring, water, fruit.. milk, et-
\u25a0•ellent table: dully mall: telephone Suburban ST;
C RA N DELU Santa Crui. > Cal.
V x ? AVLV SANATORIUM \
t ,tl ? a 1 I S!?d by th * Bea " * Modern treatment!..
with electricity, and massage. ; Graduated nurse*.
< i*ln" nd K" U . r ? lcal p " Uent9 wcclTed from sll
practicing physicians.; Rates from $20 per week •
" p t w *J d - a Fcr Particulars write, ,MlS3 M. • J.
HAN L\ . \u25a0 Santa . Crme. Cal.
p . SUMMIT;" HOTEC^Cottages, tent», JorVh.rd..
redwouds. .->\u25a0 tennis.- i\ croquet. danctnc' - fishing.
Charmlnir. spot in Santa Crua mountatna. l Roun.f
i,.? *-' J - 'Carelage'meeU trnin*. Rate* *3 to
a- i 7r k i'" MX - AND MRS - BOWMAN, pr^f...
HOLDYOURB&GAGE CHECKS
Rm^..m \u2666 UZ - *K*ncyj for the .3. IT. * C*lL
Reasonable rates. -Residence phone Red 1361. -
tL PIZMO BEAGH
y: yrjWrlte^fd^Book. ? *-•
El. PIZMO^CO^ .
THE CALL
. MAILED 'TO *THB3t
At Rummer Resorts
I .^ Pther Out-of^lown Places i

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