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Shipping News and Gossip
of the Water Front
United States Cruiser Milwaukee Goes
to Sea for Final Trial \u25a0
The Lnned v States cruiser Milwaukee,
(aptain Charles A. Gove. went to sea
yesterday afternoon for its final trial
trip. Although In commission. -. the
Milwaukee a acceptance by^-tne gov
ernment was conditional on -the cruiser
inaklngf good on certain points Lleft in
doabt "by. the earlier trials. This last
trial will take place in Santa Barbara
channel, and the Milwaukee will have
to do everything called for in the speci
fications. :•
The cruiser will be tested for speed
and for endurance. The tune sung by
the engines wtyl have to suit the ear
of. the official critics and "the Milwau
kee's obedience to the helm will bean
Important subject of trial. Every gnn
will be fired, and when the shooting Is
over the naval board will carefully In
spect for signs of structural weakness. ,
The trial board is made up as fol
lows: Captains Clover end Sutherland,
Commanders Reex-es and Marsh. "Lieuten
ant Commander Eberle and Naval Con
structor Stocker.
The Milwaukee is $00 men short. of
the full complement, which Is an Indica
tion of tbe difficulty of recruiting in
these piping times of peace.
Big: Ship to Cross Ilnmboldt Bar.
The British barkentine. Helga, "for
jr.erly a Norwegian bark and one of
i iie largest sailing vessels afloat, left
Kleele May 29 for Eureka to load lum
ler at the Humboldt port for Australia.
The last voyage on which the Helga
carried the Norwegian flag:, the bark,
on the way from Australia to Honolulu
with a cargo of coal, encountered a ter
rible gale and was obliged to put back
t o Newcastle. . dismasted and generally
a wreck. The vessel 'was sold. .- The
new owners changed the rig from bark
to barkentine and procured British reg
ister for the chip.
Granada in Fearful Gale
The British bark Granada, which left
tuis port December -28 for 'Liverpool,
passed Kinsale on Sunday and reported
having encountered a hurricane in lati
tude 43 north, longitude 30 west. The
vessel was thrown on beam ends and it
was necessary. 'in order to save the
ship, to Jettison part of the cargo and
cut away the sailß.
Water Front .Vote*
Receipts v of lumber yesterday by sea
amounted to 6,625,000 feet.
The big freighter Hyades arrived yes
terday from Portland with a cargo of
grain. . " .
...The tanker Roderick Dhu, with 17,000
"rrarrels of oil, arrived yesterday from
Monterey in tow of the tug Relief,
The liner Sierra sailed yesterday from
Honolulu for this port.
Captain McNeill has succeeded Cap- •
tain Ka nsen as master of the barken
tine Archer.
Captain Colcord of the American-
Hawaiian service has arrived in this
city -from New York to take command .
of the company's new steamship Colum- •
bia. He recently commanded the Amer
ican.
Peter Wagenfeld, a sailor, fell- into
the bay early yesterday morning from
Green street wharf, while under the in
fluence of liquor. He was rescued by
V. Nelson and taken to the Harbor hos
pital to dry and sober.
John Rosenblad and Fred Johnson,
• arpenters, were treated at the Harbor
hospital yesterdaY for painful Injuries
sustained in, falling from .a scaffold,
which broke, to the basement of a
building at . Powell and Chestnut
streets, a distance of 25 feet.
COAST SHIPPING NEWS
Items of Interest to Mariners
of tbe Pacific
B AX PEDRO, June S. — The fOTernment \u25a0
dredjrer San Pedro, while workinp on the turn-
S:-ijr basin opposite the Southern California lumber
company's wharf, struck a large anchor lost
wreral months ago by tbe steam schooner Fran
cis H. Xeffcett. Martin Lund, an expert direr. ,
feooterpd tbe anchor, which welsUs seTeral
i^ousasd poua^i and is valued at seTeral bundred
tioilars. \u25a0 , \u25a0 _,-
ITie eteam schooner Fair Oaks, Captain Peter
fa n has arrlTed four days from Grays Harbor,
vfa Ban Fraaclsco. bringing 587.000 feet of lum
ti«»r consigned to the San Pedro. L»s Angeles and
Salt Lake railroad company. .
The eteam schooner South Coast. Captain Poul
son. has arrived -from Eureka with a full cargo
of lumber for local wholesalers. -
Tbe •cbooner Annie B. Smale,- Captain Cal
i=ttop. out 15 days from Ev«rettV is discharging
1.300.000 feet of lumber at the Soutbera Pacific
Tbe steam V-boon« Coaster, CapUln Gns
Higpios. urrtTcd tbjs morning from Fort Braxg,
Ti, San Franctoco., with lumber for the Wll-
Ticpton transportation company. The bark AMen
BeileCaptata Locke, has finished . discharging
nSibiraSo^Sd 1 is- taking ballast. beb»R
htheduled to eaU tomorrow for Tacoma to re
l°*The etcam schooner Berkeley. Captain Higstaß,
from Fort ' Brag*. ' rla San Francisco, is dis
'Sinz 600.000 feet of lumber for the various
'^.^aL^nooner Central!*. CajAaln Erick-
today from Grays Harbor, n a San
I>«r*lsco .bringing 650.000 feet of lumber con-
TIS^S toe descent wharf and warehouse
"°ThT schooner Ida McKay. Captato^l^ho^
finirhi-d <s'>chAr?ine a loinber cargo for tne^E.
X M* l SSS and sailed In ballast for Eu
"PORTED '"oreT'jure 3-The .teuiahlp
work was done .lon* th?^*^
front this n>omlnir. A gang of longrtoremen
wVnt to work on the steam schooner Ercel«lor
Ttith tbe nnderstsndln* taat they •wwejo ret
rune and a b*lf. but inoulry. revealed tbattbiß
waVnot . lecal holiday in tbe strict *enM >ot
ib* word and tb«-y knocked off after dlwfV pre
rcrrlng to go to the polU to working for ""^Ch^
PS ASTOBIA On-.. June 3^— The steamer KAIII-'
«n*e. Capttin Kellcy. -rrived this
«<kw Bay with a jreneral cargo and passengers.
It proceeded to Portland &Ib tfUjmooß. _^ f £^
Tbe bark Agate, with a cargo of 420,000 feet
of lumber for Bedondo, was towed to sea. this
mf Tto?i cbooner Expawlon. with a cargo ofjl^
000 feet of Iranbcr for San Francisco, aalledto
rt *The steamer Nome City' arrived" this aft eriwi
from San Fraflcisco with freight and passengers
En*lert for Portland this evening. --:••• .'?:' \u25a0\u25a0
Tbe BrltUh steamship Ptrathyre cleared tr>d«y
for Bbaagbal with 1.707.000 feet, oT Imnljer
loaCed at Rainier. The vessel will complete iU
<S Ti)e stumer Roanoke Is doe' in thii; port! this
•"tefiinir from Port Los^Angelea and _way ports:
EUREKA, Jun*<3.— The eteamer City of To
neka arrlTed this morning from San Francisco.
Paiiors' Union Agent \u25a0 Jofan Jackson said , la»t
nlrtt that the longshoremen's '\u25a0 strike on i tb»j
Hnmboldt bay beach, was \u25a0- thing of. the i past.
T#^ter<Jar the Pacific Oo*«t company < withdrew
from the Humboldt stevedore association .andj*
now «*'.M:tlnff Its own stevedores. Tbe Humboldt
•trredniT company Is Ibe orranlzatlon whlcb has
tW jrivtc* employro«it.to nouunkm^tcrwlorps.
SEATTLE. June- 3.— Tne steamsblp,Corwln
r-acb«l Nome June 1. acoordln*^^^to mewages re
. fired today. The vessel is unable to get within
Be* ntllec of land on accbunt of Ice \u25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0 . ;
The Btrarasair* Plftades.". President and Olym- i
n!» «rl!l sail for Nome tumorrow. - '.
The strike of - tbe longshoremen ' at : tbe t Great
Northern dock is WMt*-tuj*fi<Mgta*±«t
steamship* atecharjfar at tsat i- place., The
Maga Maru and lnvcric arc loading
« \'%SSti££**t th. .tea*!. *£*£?*"&
Today's arrivals— lnveric, • from Tacoma , Am
"SjS.!^^ tor aW ; ;
The Orrrdne J^i** '•'
Norwegian bark AMdev «et ; 161 \u25a0 days from ,
louloo*, for Falmootn, 12 per , cent. .--_..
Q ?Kb fcbip HlUton out 140 d»»* frooi C*l«ta
aSsa^ tot Hmburg. 9 per cent t J
t.^ I^*? 11 * 0 shl|) Sopl»i«.""out 157 flays from Port
i.J5i V? h b V k lT «ma. out 143 days from Port
' ?"•' J. or »«b*n; .12 per cent.
P«rtT.iw lp /-, S ' 'Clamp* :.«ut 142'fltys from
Tort Talbot, for Iquique; 6 per. 1 Cent. *
\>; . Army Traniporti
• The Bnrnside la at Seattle. \u0084
The Buford sailed June \ 3 from Shanghai .
The Crook Is In port,
bonnd Dl * Utt .N. Na 8* ss * kl M «J ' 26/ homeward
??f K"P«trtcki»- ; «t ! 'xewport Xm/.vi :N.:
The Logan arrlTed May Si at Manila. . .
klot. * * at Xew T ork - Out of commls
tS! iS sa )i" Is : at Newport N«w«. Va.
Th» ?». rid i n Is ttt Mare Island, under repairs.
hom^ard "bSSS '-* MM * T 31 tOt H ° nOlUlU
The Thomas is li pen. .'
The Warren Is i a pSr" .
XEAVS OF [THE OCEAN
Tl ' ... w«lw «l Carry, Oil
to .rrir.l for
Chii«n pom. lued - at tl2 ' 000 - tOT Tarl °™
tk 0 £***<>*• tor Hawaii
HonofninwUh" A1 * m^« «a»ed 'on Saturday for
a * tifi £,* %f ene / al m'rchandlse cargo yalued
cxpcrtsV ? ollowln « were principal
lbs H^r*?* o^ 18 flonr - 15i "ctls barley. 11,223
MBTih. W Ibf dried fl«h, 14.040 lbs brea3.
«fK A^M 5 ? lbs and *C 8 cueese. 10S
TSfJnL "^fv 11 " «We«" fruit.- 672: lb« raisins.
kifSStf o^?- 11 ' S2 ° j bs »•«».\u25a0 2.034 lbs and
mfit viih 54 C 2 S" nned 800di!.. 2.190 lbs fresh
?T Dk^ "I 3es fresh fish. R.OOO lbs and
131 nt^ f P 0 " 11^- MB4* pkis • potatoes.
"l pkgs onions. 1.771 pkes fresh fruit* 1«N
l!ouo« in V JL KBls and 9 °*' whiskey. X) c«
• l«*oi*? "^atPr.C'ia gals spirits. .195 gals
"q^ I.' tCs l)ran<1 J. 8 ' « \u25a0 blttere, ; 10 ca porter
lh« tin '«S« S ? boney ' •S.CSS'lni tea. 0J.590
DkU «mJi 5 PkgB *'^ ri «iltural Implementi. 4
!*£?\u25a0 \u25a0«t»"nobtlMi, 157 cs boot* ami
T^ 2a* Pkßs dry goods, 35 cs hat r 38 Ixils
!lf°°?, 8> 7 P 1^ 9 «a«<*laery;'2r, pk K s Mints "-C0
lbs black lead, 3.504 lbi ! tobacro. 18 cs "cTs'ars
and curettes. : 3 colls rope 12J pfces dro«s H
Ohh i oils IS • *?? ?kB?^? k8 ?^ Paper - 103 cs " « n(1 "
onjs oUs, 20 rolls leather, 2.111 pcs and i 0
M7 S lb^ri^ %>2*: b ««»«t«^-8 «• typewriter^
Ib« «od. 2S" kess red mRd wWte-lead.- 1.650
%-Er V pkR Tr . w «* on material.
RaTnttml ? m *TT Hll ,° 1 ? I *V whleh '»1»o» 1 » o P*» pd «•»
4. . . •\u0084 '\u0084
SHIPPIXG IXTELI.IGEXCE
ABRIVED
T^ G «*** K e^Tdi y rfro m
u^mr Washington. K.sox, ' er"£&iSf%fe
drf. tmf ScotJ *'' Xel «». 50 hours from San Pc-
Aberdeen, iTersen,. 26 ' honrs from \u25a0 Ea
r™-"! J *!&£ cS 1 "?^ 1 ;' Th^ :« ':*™>.
%¥% T r P^ mo^ a -, Sw » nson - W hours! from Eureka.
Pedro. , Ha ° ale! ' RaTens - S3 hours ), from . San
Cb£?/ WhUesboro ' Elle«.n. 17 hours -"from
Gr^Hatt""' C^«^. <* bonrs " from
mfn^bay? 00 * 11 * 1 " 1 ' KieUio ' « hou " '«« Fisher-
Enrrta ******* W " EldCr ' 3ess * B l hours- from
tofi^ WbUtler v s e*"aan. « hours from As-
lin^hSm aln!cr V . Lnaa fl nl «t. TB. hours from Bel
ca^ef^r^: \**»
Bktn Xewsboy, Anderson, 12. days from Ta
com B . \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 — "...\u25a0\u25a0 v - , -\u2666 # --\u25a0 .
riw br °° <inelle ' Bott " r ' n flajs from Slnslaw
?, c .^ r »4 flTtn^ c'e ' O*Wncssen, 6 days from Co
qullle BlTer. , \u25a0 - . . \u25a0-."-. . ...
Schr Orient, Saunders, 8 days from Grays
Jlarrxsr. ".
Schr Roderick Dhn, Anderson, 12 hours from
Jdont^rcjf'. . . • . - . . ~ - . \u25a0 *
\u0084 Schr Compe«r. Winther, 4« days from Coos
bay. . .- \u25a0 , \u25a0 . . . -. ..-„'.\u25a0-.- ; \u25a0
A^<-hr William Olsen, McDonald, 8 days from !
- Schr Annl« if. Campbell, \Larsen,. 9 days from
T*COUia.'-j . "'\u25a0•"•;' *'\u25a0" ' - '.>:'•
Oakland, 'rohanls»eD,« days from Sluslaw
rlrer. \u25a0 ~~,~- '-' \u25a0 •»- \u25a0 ..-..-....
• S<-hr GoUma, Delehanty, JO days from Tilla
moolc. \u25a0\u25a0 , . . . . . . . \u0084,...•..---
Power schr Sotoyome, Peterson,. 2B hours from
Albion. \u25a0 \u25a0 .•\u25a0•\u25a0_. \u25a0 \u0084 i .
KETURXED , .
rr > '\ ».'.,' -"C \u25a0'\u25a0''-\u25a0 "Monday. Jams' 3.
U S stmr Milwaukee, Gore, from a cruise •
CLKABED. - \u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0-;
•'"\u25a0 1 Monday, June 3.
Br stmr African Monarch, Walker, Portland ;
J. J. Moore A, Co. i ••-- ~ - -.\u25a0\u25a0-,-
- -sailed \u25a0; :'•>,:
„ 1. "."Tr*- - Monday/ Jun«'3.r"
D S stmr Milwaukee,* Gore, Santa i ßarbara-
Stmr Helen P.' -Drew/ Fredericlreon, Green
wood. ." . . . >..'^,r .-. . \u25a0•, . . ; .
Stmr Santa* Cruz, Hannab, Monterey etc '
Stmr Point Arena, . Fagerstrom" Monroe land-
Ing. -.-: : - -v«:-.'-V- *~> -. '- -'v -
Br stmr African Monarch, Walker, Portland.
. Stmr NftTarro, Lofßtrom, Creßcent City.
- Stmr Wertport, Moreno, tlnion: Undine.
Stmr National City, Weber, Port Bragg.
Stmr Albion, Olsen. . Monroe . landing. \u25a0 -.
Stmr George W. Elder/ Jessen. San \u25a0 Pedro. v
Stmr Majralr, Olseil, • Wtllapa harbor.. •»
Ptmr Georpe Xoomls, McKellar, Ventura. \u25a0 --:
Stmr Eureka, Xoren, Eureka.- ' : -.-.-...-.„\u25a0
Schr Newark. Johnson,*- Byxbees landing. • ; :;' :
Schr Roderick Dha,' Anderson Monterey, in tow
Of • tug \u25a0 Relief.' \u25a0:.--"\u25a0", -\u25a0.\u25a0---- ..-. . \u25a0 . .\u25a0 ; . .\u25a0- , , .-\u25a0\u25a0
CORRECnO"V
:\u25a0. Salllojr of Btmr North k "tv>rk from Ban Fran
cisco yesterday was an error.- ,\- ' * . . :
• f TELEGRAPHIC • V - ,
POINT - LOBOB. . June 3, 10 •p. m.— .Weather !
togxr,' wind - southwest; a Telocity : 30 . miles '| per
hour.. .'-\u25a0 - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.--> \u25a0''\u25a0 \u25a0";.•'-•\u25a0 \u25a0 - -— \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0".\u25a0•\u25a0;!\u25a0,<",/•\u25a0.",::
: DOMESTIC PORTS
VAl«DEZ— Sailed i June > 2— fitmr Santa Clara,
for Skajcwar.. \u25a0-*--•"\u25a0-'-•;.-•'. :^r- -• .•-...:
. WRANGELL— SaiIed 4 June \u25a0 3— Stmr . City .V of
Seattle, for Seattle. ;'-~ . : - ,
' BELLINGHAM— SaiIed , June S— Schr A. 'M.
Baiter,: for San' Francisco; atmr Mackinaw, :for
Quartermasters \u25a0 harbor. .'.-, :\u25a0:\u25a0 >\u0084 - : • v..;/;.- . •» - r ,
. • PORT^; GAMBLE— Sailed June '• Z— Schr \u25a0\u25a0 Pre
mier," for- San Francisco. -' .- :: - \u0084 . .-..,;
L- OILPORT — Sailed • -t June \u25a0» 3— Tug Dauntless,
with \u25a0\u25a0 BChr Santiago < la • tow,'' for • Gariota. ;r \u25a0- -".
. EUREKA — ArrtYed June 3— Stmr > City of ' To
ix»ka, hence" Jnne'2. < *?j~j.:^>^ £****&&* M
TATOOSH, June ' 8, 5 p. . m.— Weather ; cloudy.
wind : southwest; Telocity < 10 ' miles per hour; \u25a0no
shlpplntr." \u25a0**'\u25a0\u25a0-•-' S ':vr~ \u25a0- ".. * ; "•'-\u25a0\u25a0 >^i ',:- "• - \u25a0 . \u25a0'\u25a0;-\u25a0
v SOUTH BEXD-^ArrtTed " June ' B— Stmr - Daisy
Mitchell, -hence. May; 30.-. >; - xsgs^
' Sailed June 3— Stmr, Twemlte. 1 - for: San, Pedro.
PORT, TOWNSEND — Sailed .\u25a0 June : S-^-Br"- 1 ship
IxjchGarre," for. Mcl bourne \u0084-• - : - -.-- - -, .
* * Parsed r In - June - S^Schr 'Alice * Cooke, * hence
May 17. for Port Gamble.* •;..«•-- ?\u25a0 \u25a0: • — . :
• ' ArrlTed June •3—3 — Sblp . James "' Drummond. ' from
Oyster barbor.v '.\u25a0'•" \u25a0*'\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'*\u25a0• .}.~i-<~' : ° \u25a0;\u25a0<;'< '."•'\u25a0:':>\u25a0
.. . LOHlNG— Arrlted May 24— Bark Star . of Eng
land, benc* May 4.t ,".•"•:/\u25a0 '• <\u25a0•-',•\u25a0•.•
FORT . BRAGG-^-ArrlTed' June^3-T^Stmr. James
S.'Higrins.' hence ' June 2. \u25a0:\u25a0 . ,^'. ; '\u25a0''--•\u25a0'\u25a0
SEATTLE — Sailed \u25a0 June I— Stmr ! Umitilla,, for
San ' Franclneo. \u25a0 :;.... .. " -. --•• '•'".;<: •
• : Sailed * June 12— Stmrj Humboldt, tl for i Skagway..
'. - r Arrived \u25a0 June ; 2 — Stmr 'Atlas, ; with ; barer* . N)ne
tT-one In tow; ' stmr Dlrlffo."' from' Skajrway.'- •
- SANTA > ;. BARBARA— ArriTed i:{ June ?, »— Stmr
Santa Rosa; bencc June -2, .and sailed for San
Diego.' •\u25a0"•-. '-is \u25a0\u25a0" 'i~..>~... .'-" '\u25a0'\u25a0':\u25a0''-,"' '_. --i -.:''.
t SAN £ PEDRO— Arrlted I Jnnaj(2--«tmr < t Centra-,
lla," lience Jun« \u25a0 1 ; ! ttmr, Berlteiey, l bence June 1 1 :
stmr Fair ~ Oaks.l from. Grays r Harbor;^; bark!
Lotiinlana,' from'- Astoria."; : *?j'± : «.< >\; \u25a0"-''': . \u25a0• •• \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 ' \
»•; SaUml 11 : June:: 3— Schr ...Rosamund. • for j
sound : »<"hr Caroline, - for ! Umpqua ~i rlrer.
- . Arrived * June ",- %— Schr v Annie ;E. -« Smalc '-, and
senr A »ert, u s from X Belllnxnam ; ; stmr • South Coast,
from Oa*par;;stmr Coaster,' benc*' June 'l: £*"\u25a0;\u25a0£?"\u25a0*:
-rASTORIAr-^ArrlTed ;. June^.S-^-Stmr Alliance,
from Oo«.b*y.'.^ -? v;-V %Z ''"'i^''--^- :^'"* '-'^ : -'
''-Sailed June 2— Bark » Agate,"* for San Francisco.
:: Sailed June 8-^Scbr Expansion" for Redondo.'»:
." PORT.HARFORDr-ArriTodi June'2— Stmr- 80-"
nita. t from ? San » Pedro; ' stmr ''Asuncion,'; from San
I'ortro. \u25a0 ' '\u25a0: \u25a0•"-\u25a0--\u25a0 :>""".i;*^' P :..M-' V)"" -* f \u25a0 V .-'•"•' "--t-j,
\u25a0jl Sailed"" June , 3-rStmrrAisuncSon. i for. San ; Fran
clue?. \u25a0 \u25a0 / \u25a0'\u25a0 v'aMjfcggplJMJßlJßlpsWfH&^^^^i.
SKATTLE-^ArriTed Junt3-^Oer,itmr Ammon;
torn Victor^dßSißiH^^^^" '-'''.
THE SAN ."FRANCISCO CALL;., TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1907.
Weather^ Report
United ~ States Department iof • Agriculture— :
WeatiiiT Bureau. San Francisco, June 3,,1907., >
<t. :. RAINFALL DATA>:,<: T- ' ''\u25a0' <
'\u25a0 \u25a0• i • •"*.- * .' " Pastry r .-Nor- j
\u25a0 Stations — r -24 hours. \u25a0• to date; ,* • mal. t j
Eureka ..':.:: 0. 00 ;• .50.44" -44.09
Red. 81uff •";.;.......\u25a0.. 0.00 \u25a0 -/V 20. 7S 1 \u25a0 <2&.1 V
Sacramento ........... .\O.OO "'•' 2.1.19 \u25a0> -'20.73
San Francisco ... .'. . : . \u25a0': Tr . 24 . 80 ' " 23 . 50
San Jose *...;.....;..•. 0.00 : - 22.24 ....
Fresno •" . :v: v ; .' ". . . :'. . : ; .'. -. • 0 . 00 \u25a0"= 10.61 .: ''V S . !>3
Ban Luis Oblspo .-.'.... 0.00 - HZl'.Srt \u25a0 21 .4.". j
Los Angeles .........-;: 0.00'! 1* • 19.22 - 17.23 !
San Diego ;.*....;.. \:;0.00 :>' 10.42 ;~10.67 I
STATIONS. I h H- : . ? ': |f
, • ; ;.;.;•?;\u25a0• j-.'i" *i;/..r.. v £'
Baker .... .'. ."= 29.86 74 44 ~. N- ".'- Pt.Oldy C.OO
Boise - ....... "29. 84 76 48 \u25a0\u25a0 W "\u25a0" Pt.Cldy' .00
Eureka- .....:. 29. 80 WJ ••- 50 \u25a0 N-'-\u25a0\u25a0'N -' -\u25a0\u25a0'- Cloudy r.OO
Flagstaff . .-"..-.29.74 72 <4S SW .-. Clear &?'-. 00
Fresno '..:.. .129.78 92 58 '-. KW ' Clear "• . 00
Independence . .29.70 \u25a0 SG . 60 . \u25a0SE '-. Clear ""•" : "" •«
KalispelP . ...29.94 C 6 38 .. Ws-/_ Cloudy ,\'.\ oo
Lps.'Angeles ..29.92 70 -56 W'v .Cloudy .00
Modena .-. . . . . . .29.74 -78 48 »SW - Cloudy, -.01
Alt. Tamalpals.29.9l 63 48 W t Clear .r ;.00
North ; Head ..29.90 54 50 1'NW . Pt-Cldy • .00
PhoenJr ... ;\.29.72 96 ~ 70 :' NWS Clear;- .00
Pocatello ..'. ;.29.80 • 74 ; 44 SW- • Clear V :.00
Pt. . Reyes Lgt . 29 . 86 56 < : . :j. S W , Fogry ' • ". . 00
Portland,- v.... ".29. 80 84 J 56 KW Clear \u008400
Red Bluff ... ; .29.70 ' S3 64 SE Clear t .00
Reno :...•. ..V.29.74 cB2 48 W ;Clear '. .00
Iloseburg 29.76 W46 N Clear .00
Sacramento ...29.80 i-74 50 S •\u25a0 Clear- .00
Salt Lake ....29.80 72 62 ,N • Clear: .00
San Diego ....29.92' 64 B8 W ""Cloudy .'. OO
San ; Francisco. 29 .92 ,«0 52 W , Cloudy . Tr.
San Jose ..:::29.8S 72 50 :NW - Clear ...00
San L. 0bi«p0.29.92 B6 54- NW Clear t .00
SE."- Fara110n.. 29.90 67 '»...'• SW ; Cloudy; ".00
Seattle :...'... 29.86? 76 48 NW Pt.Cldy -".00
Spokane/.. .. .29.88 l 74; 46 W Pt.Cldy -.00
•Summit.....: ...." 61 :34 NH'Clear ' .00
Tatooah ......29.90 5« 48 SW; Cloudy .00
T0n0pah. .'.... 29. 74' 78 '56 "SB "Cloudy Tr.'
Walla ........29.84. 82 54: SW Pt.Cldy .00
Wlnnemucca'.'.29.7B '82- 46 -W ; Clear .00
Ymna .. .\u25a029.70.96 66. » : . Clear .00
•Average' snow on jrround.'6o Inches.
SYNOPSIS : : - ,
The weather, is becoming. warm again In Ore
con and ; Washington. >\u25a0 In California there has
been but little change,' .except near Sacramento.
where there has been a fall of about S degrees.
Fair seasonable weather." prevails generally
through the state, except that It . is foggy along
the coast. -^There '• has . been no , rain, ; : except a
light drizzle due to fog. " ; ' ; ;
-- • \u25a0. forecast '..;\u25a0: ';: . \u25a0 ,
San Francisco" and Tlclnlty— Cloudy.^Tuesday,
with fog in the morning and at, night; light
southwest winds changing to westerly. .< : •
Sacramento valley— Fair Tuesday, continued
warm; light sooth wind. •,' " ;•":'-* . - -
,San ' Joaquin valley— Fair Tuesday ; light nortn
Los Angeles an?" vicinity— Cloudy -Tuesday.'
breaking away during the day: light west wind.
« A. . G. - McADIB, District Forecaster.
Movements of Steamer*
'\u25a0'-' \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0•'\u25a0'\u25a0-'-'' TO ARRIVK •" 4.4 '.
From ' ' I\u25a0 ' ' Steamer .: | •'\u25a0 Due -
Seattle &*Tacoma. . . . . .'lCuckman-.V: . .*. June \ 4
Orays Harbor :....... Norwood . . . :.'- June ;-. 5
Seattle ,-. : . : . . ......... Abesslnla . . . - . June »
Kel River P0rt5.......; Argo \u0084..'.....;*. June . 5
Humboldt ...... . . . ... City : of Topt- ka ; June ; 5
New York, via Anconl. Aeapulco ...:.•. Jun^ 5
San Pedro & Way Ports Bonita ;.'.'..... June 5
Seattle & Olympla .%'... Santa' Barbara.. June 3 5
Coqullle River ...:.*'... Elizabeth :..'..". June .8
Humboldt \u25a0'. . . ": ...'...\u25a0.. Eureka 1 ,.. . " ... . June -. 6
Willapa Harbor ....... Yosemite ..:...: June 0
Kan Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa .... June ; «
Point Arena & Albion. Poma ; . ...::... June- 6
China • & Japan.. . A. . .Coptic .. .. .... June •-"
Puget Sound Ports:. ; . City : of Puebla. June . <
Portland & Astoria .... Columbia > ..... June • 7
Kan Pedro .: . .".iCentralla ; . ; :... June .7. 7
San-Pedro ............ <;.' W. Elder... June • 8
Humboldt^. ..;...."..... Pomona -'...:;.'. June 8
New York, via ATjcon.. City i of Para..'. June: 8
Mendoelno & Pt.' Arena St a : Fo&m \u25a0?: '. . . June 9
Honolulu .... . . ....... Sierra i: . . . . . ; . . June 9
Portland &: Astoria.... Nome City v... June .9
Wlllapa Harbor-..;;... Daisy \u25a0Mitchell-lJune ;9
San Diego &.Way Ports State of Cal..: JunelO
San Pedro- .... :.;..::. Hanalei \u0084.\u25a0.;: . . . June' 10
Portland & Way Ports. Rcanoke ...... Jnne 10
Portland & Astoria. . . . Northland .. . /. . June 10
Hongkong & Mojl... .. .Anpalacbee :.:: June 11
Seattle & Tacoma. . .'.'.'Watson • . \u25a0 .' .".'\u25a0 • June 11
-,;;-- -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.-\u25a0- -.\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'.- TO SAIL ."-\u25a0\u25a0- ..\u25a0"-;\u25a0" \u25a0 ;;
-.. • Destination . | ' Steamer . | Salls|Pler
June 4— ."-, •-... . .. -.-J-v.. '--^::~:, "-V-V \u25a0-:-:
Astoria &' Portland.:.. Cascade ; .... 3pm 2
Grays Harb0r..... '..:. S. Monica... 4pm 2
Grays : Harbo r"..'....'..*: Newburg :.. 3 pm 10
Los Angeles Ports.. ... G.W. Elder. spm 13-
Puget Sound Ports.... . Sonoma;;... 11 am 0
Hllo ....Enterprise.. 4 pm 10.
-\u25a0June's-r- ••-'\u25a0\u25a0 .:'--.'.:'\u25a0\u25a0 :.".::". \u25a0.:.\u25a0\u25a0..\u25a0-- --'••..
San Pedro Sc Way Ports Coos Bay;.. 9 am 11..
Humboldt--: ............ Vanguard .'.'; ...... i,2;,\
Humboldt ....-....':... Pomona"*-. ?.. 10.30 a >J9 % -
New York, via Ancon*. City Sydney. 12 am .40/
Astoria & Portland..:.. Coat a Hica.. 11 am 1!4 1
Nome.- via: Seattle.. ... Montara : ... 11 am 9;
Humh01dt ,.........:... Ravalli ',..'... IT.V:. -2
Point • A rena . . . . . . ; . : . Sea Foam . .'. 4 pm • 2 ,
Lob Aujtelcs I'orts.;. j. Hanalei \u25a0\u25a0..-.. 5 pm 10
' June 6—-.".•-.:...-v-1'6 — -.".•-.:... -v- 1 ' •-&.£>-.-. : . ;;\u25a0— \u25a0 " =._' : ..,.
Los Angeles. Ports..;:. Yowmite ... 10 am 2 .
Belllngham . . . .' . .". ; . . .". Rainier • ."\u25a0; . . 3 pm . 10 \u25a0"
San Diego & Way I'orts State of Cal. 10 am 11 ;
-June 7—-'-\u25a0''7 — -'-\u25a0'' ' '-' \u25a0 ;,. \u25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0;' '\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 -.i ; \u25a0 ":-\\ "'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0':. .:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:
Grays-Harbor .'. .\~.'... Ontralla *..: 3 pm 10
Hnmboldt ....'.."...... City Topeka. 10.30 a :>
Eel River Ports .%r.:.. Argo <?:: . . .-;.;» 12 m 10
Mexican P0rt5;. '., ...... Curacao V'.iJ* 10 am .17
Hamburg &. Way Ports Abesslnia .. 12 • m 19-
June 8— \u25a0""*\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0:. : .'- \u25a0*.'•\u25a0 \u25a0>\u25a0:"'.\u25a0\u25a0•--;' '-5 \u25a0"' , '\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'
Coquille River . . . . :; . . . ElUabeth - . . : . . . . .
Portland & Way Ports. G. W.vElder .1.30p 13
Humboldt . : v ..... Eureka L . 9 am 13
Seattle &' Tacoma...:. Buckman . . . . 1.30p 20 •
San Pedro & Way Port* Bonita ...... 9am 111
Pujjet Sound Ports....: Delhi ".\u25a0.-.• 11 am ; 9-
Polnt 'Arena & "Albion.. Pomo-...':.. 6pm V 2
\u25a0June, 9— •-•-'\u25a0--\u25a0."\u25a0,•'\u25a0•,'-\u25a0 V:' ' \u25a0»\u2666-.< .\u25a0
San Diego & Way Ports Santa Rosa.'. 10 am 11
June 10— ':\u25a0•-- I '; .\u25a0 ' - '
Astoria & Portland Columbia... 11 am 24
Puget' Sound Ports.";;. Cltyv Puebla. 11 am \u25a0-•'l».
June 11— -i .- ;. ..v 7 :' r.*:^ i,. \u25a0 -J-. v.. :'•:
CL'lna & Japan..:.'... .|Ayla .... 1 1 pm 40
.. ~TO SAIL FROM' SEATTLE ;»: v
.-.-:: ; : Destination \u25a0; v'.-rv '. -r | \ : ?y Steamer .•*,;>' Date
Skagway & Way \u25a0 Ports. Dolphin r. ; . . » ilJune 1 4
Nome '& St. > Michael.; . President ;" . . ;-;*.' June* • 4
Kkairway: A Way.Ports. Kara I lon -.... r. June'-B
.\oroe.& St. Michael..'. Yucatan';*.'".;".-. .; June "6
Nome& St.' Michael ..'. Montara 1 .";:.:.-. June ? - 8
Nome ; &: St.- Michael. . . Edith ss. ' ': ". . :T. i Jnne ' 8
Nome & St.* Michael... Seward .;.:.:.. '. June 10
Nome &. St. Michael..;- Mackinaw x..::. Jane, lo
1 \u25a0 jSnnf and \ Tide;. ';.::';•;; ;\u25a0,:'<
United States Coast 'and Geodetic' Stirrey— Time
.- and Heights of Tide at Fort Point.'? For : city
\u0084 front (Mission street wharf), add ' 2s minutes.
\u25a0 Z.- ' \u25a0';- TUESDAY.: JUNE 4; : /' r^- : C/V
Son \u25a0' rises \u25a0 \u25a0 .: r. . . .4 :47|Snn g sets ::{':?. . . . : . .7:28
1 •\u25a0; Time « Time .• ". Time ~&-\j : Time '.
J'ne Ft — — 'Ft- \u25a0 Ft
-:•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 l;:W ;-;•\u25a0. H : W '•,?-;; \j\Vf ,:, H;wt,"i:
-.4.". ,0:40 -2.3 .6:30 ? 4.2 12:16 7:25 -5 6
5.. 1:48 :.\.l 7:45 "4.2 112 8:05 56
6:. 2:35 :1.2 8:B2 -4.4 2:00 2.0 8:41 ' 58
'7 ;. 3:20 \u25a0;o.fi »9:54 :"4.n 2:45 ,2.3 lH<i vu
8.1 4:04 , 0.2j10:4G 4.0 .3:25 "2.7 .0:48 ,5.7
9.. .4:44^-0.2 11:40 '4.6 4:00 '2.0 10:20 ?57
10.. 5:20—0.4112:30 .4.6 :4:44 ;3.0 10:45 ; 5)3
---/\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.--,-\u25a0 \u25a0;\u25a0 \u25a0;\u25a0••,".\u25a0'>; -.'.%.Tlme:-BaIi;- '-:\u25a0.-."•-,<••; '.•\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0;. \u25a0\u25a0 .-
United -States Branch > Hydrograph le" Office ' Mer
chants' • Exchange,': San Francisco, , Cal. June
: 3,:1907.-;; ' s ;^V^''r v",:.?' -\u25a0:;•.'..- •\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 : ; \u25a0 .- :\u25a0;.-.\u25a0 .'•-;== \u25a0\u25a0
; The time ball on the \ tower of the Ferry build
ing was ' dropped today ; exactly |at • noon, * Pacific
Standard ; Time s (120 th • Meridian), -' or ? Sh. 00m
00s. - Greenwich | Me*an Time. :>. v ' • - ,i - . -V^
.\r- f \u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0 :-;-,;- : {-- '•-\u25a0 \u25a0J."C.\burnet*.,';7 -'
: Lieutenant, : U.'S.' N.;-ln Charge! ,.";
v. a. uraaen HydrograpUc ; Ofllre
branch \u25a0 of t the" United " States { Hydrographle
Office, -- located * at^ the (\u25a0 Merchants'. Exchange 1$
maintained , In , San \ Francisco s for. the ' beneflt of
mariners, | without I regard'; to nationality, and free
of i expense.'- Navigators; are rcordlally .Invited to
visit . tbe ; offlce.i where * complete " sets ?, of S charts
and sailing ! directions i of ' the ; world f are I kept at
hand, ' for . comparison i and | reference,- and ; the lat
est Information can always be obtained regarding
1 Ights,'- dangers ( to | navlgatton j and I all matters ' of
interest ' to ocean commerce.' ~ Vv.- \u25a0 •"\u25a0- >\u25a0 ;-\u25a0.,•-•.\u25a0• .. \u25a0 • -
=,a;v ; :-.--. \u25a0•--\u25a0\u25a0 ••-•V^ f» - r J.C. BURNETT,':" :
' '\u25a0" • Lieutenant," U. S." N.,. in Charge/
NOME— Arrived 'June v I—StmrVCorwm'^ five i
miles out on edge of ice, from Beattle V-- - \u25a0 • j-- \u25a0•
;JUNEAU-^-Balled June S^Stinr City of Seattle
for Seattle. \u25a0 \u25a0 .'•--• -. --\u25a0«;=\u25a0 v---.\-" *'-t !s -*'v \u25a0*-.-:-'.-:\u25a0.«\u2666 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 •'
KETCHIKAN— SaiIed ' June ', 2— Stmr • Jefferson. ;
for Skafway. >-..- \u25a0.\u25a0.'•\u25a0nv'-.; \u25a0::\u25a0\u25a0<\u25a0 -,•-\u25a0', »:i-.-- \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0.-,--.
.-;.- -v -.; .-s EASTERN : PORTS ij . '' V :; :i
'\u25a0\u25a0 BALTIMORE — Sailed ' June 2-*Br • stmr Dal
blair, for ; Valpar*lgo. . ; .- : -« . • , -, \u25a0.•\u25a0•'
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0••• L^_ " L wISLANP; PORTS -. i;V : - !\u25a0•];
; ELEELE— Sa lied! May 2&— Br bktn Helga, for
Eureka.-r.-v-; ;; v^'/-.- : .,\.i ;>;.-^.-^ .-,,...-- \u25a0- .. :,\u25a0- ..-.,•
T Sailed I June \3, 10 a. \ , m.— Stmr Sierra",' for
San ' Francisco -.!:»_«+* -4? ?^*#?.*a»t^t> :,--,«* :^--i *~-ji \
, >y ..-^,.^- ; FOREIGN .'PORTS-" •' :^ ,: •"
.'-C MAZATLAN— SaiIed ;\u25a0 June - 2— Stmr I'Acapulco ;
for' San 1 Francisco. :'.:•:. \u25a0;:r;.i';-:;:ix; i >?: \u25a0:;\u25a0 . >,-.^.-.y.
•\u25a0\u25a0-'•, VICTORIA,-? s B-?. C— Arrived-'^Jiine' 3-^-Btkn'
Everett,iG.*iGriggs,ifrom; Chemalnus.-;-> : ;>..i--..-,
'June B— Br. stmr, Coya.t bence May"29*
stmr : Shawmut, ifrom 'Yokohama. *r ; - , \u25a0 , •. • .'
v ROYAL' ROADS— Arrived June 3— Br tug Tar-"
\u25a0tar., from' Swansea.. .<-,'^,?«< \u25a0•.*•- ;.- \u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0-rv-> 3 'j^'
:\u25a0• SALINA J- CRUX— Sailed % June ; I— Stmr ' ; Arl
zonan." for i San ( Viegor^Ti'- p u^r.?;->£: :*.•- .... ' /.- . . r
\u25a0 UZARD-^Passed June 2— '{ Presumed) Fr bark
Bayard." from - Oregon,"- for ; United ? Ktagdom.-tK.v-Ar
Lw DUNGENESS — Passed f June . 2—Fr.r.bark»'.Tou
raine.-^hence Jan:23,ifor Lelth/^P^BwiHW^ , '
I! KINSALE— Passed t June » 2— Br' bark fGrtntfia>
bence i Dec 28, \i for Liverpool. t '\u25a0;-.
\u25a0I TENERIFF E-^-Arrlved < prior '& to j June { 2~<3er
«tn»r Hathor/ hence Jan l l9,"{ for, 1 Hamburg./.- .-.; ;\u25a0
?% LONDON— Arrived June 3— Jap stmr lyo Mara, 1
from < BeatUe.'Wfc^^e^^j^®tas<*«©E»Ss^s>sffl»B<'
i-'. ANTWERP^-Salled * MayTM^JH^tmri Pinna;
\u25a0 for \u25a0 San 'i T~i n n i 1m i> iplFiprnMJwijsw'MplwiiMlißgi imjii
t % NEWCASTLE.', Au»tralla— Sailed iMa> j 2«— Kor
stmr HcnriU Mbsen.t for., San* Tib m isi i> 'mtfifSlWm
; PORT. NATAL^- Arrive* JtM^^ritwKfl^P
"" \u25a0 ' . . \u25a0. - . \u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0'.-\u25a0 "."\u25a0 V : '•* "•'*- k '\u25a0 \u25a0' ' J^rJßHJ^Mfci
FRENCH STRIKE GALLED
OFF LA LABOR LEADERS
TJnion 'Delegates; Gapitiilate
and "\U^e.VM©n'^.tbJ"-Re-;
turn to^Work
PARIS, June 3.— The extendedi strike
of the seamen has .virtually, come ; to an
end vwith : .the 5 capitulation-, of 'the
strikers, who are ; ekpected % ; toi resume
work at Vthe homerandf colonial: ports
tomorrow s morning. 0! Cap tainlLa 15 Peyre, 1
one of | the stfikers^delegates.icoijyeyel
this ' information ti to? Secretary^ Minister
Thompson fat \ a :; late \ hour^tonl ght. '~ : \ \He
informed "^Thompson ;Uhat ''the % strike
commission 1 assembled in had
telegraphed - the "vf ollowing \u25a0 message \ to
all:- ports :/_*" \u25a0"\u25a0] '^ :"~ 'X' "v
i . The delegates haye \u25a0• been ••. in , conference i with
the - minister 'of marine and the naral com
mittee of the chamber of deputies. Tbe minister
has abandoned the prosecution jof ] deserters . and
has requested the navigation- companies to I rein
state all ' officers and men. The members of ' tbe
naral | committee I assared I tbe [ delegates ' tha t ' M.-
Thompson's proposition la tbe matter of pensions
would, be irnproYed. The 'delegates,'; therefore,
immediately. proposed that tbe btrlke cease. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-
.In the course of his > cohf erence'with
the ' strikers V delegates "^Thompson ;de?
clared;. that it \was^ impossible Sto^aoH
cede! to i their *\3eniands.^ He 'aiald,* ' how;
ever,' : that' any- proposition lwould'?be j
considered 1 if (the' strikers-; returned hto
duty immediately/ > in H which r" case Jno
i punishment \ would ; '";be"* meted^ out* and
. the -ship.' owners .', would VbeV: requested
to retain- both'offlcers • and^men in their
; former; positions. ;.. ; •'/ '. : * ; :y ' r \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 '.'\u25a0 V : ;.'
"'.i The firm attitude of i the minister and
his \ promise" that \u25a0< no 7 penalties': would \
be:;' inflicted .apparently -;Convlhced"v.the
strikers , that ; it "would': be f wiser t to*-ac
cept the r government"B"] proposal{to'i In?
crease" the .pensions- "of .""from
$40.80 to ?72 andjof officers'" from;sls6
to * ?200^ a year ;'than; r to continue:; to
paralyze commerce: and" s thiis,> entirely i
alienate " the ; sympathy,; of XK v the "J public/
.which already 4" J has .""(been',", greatly:
i strained., v " v; -;\u25a0 ''' ' : .,y J "'.\. ~.~.,y .''* : Jl
!.-> : Later _iri '. the day :'_ delegates Krecelved
: similar, .-advice " from ithe^president^'of
the . if&val commltteeTof .the 'chamberVof
deputies, declared Vthat, '\u25a0,_ although
the • committee • - \was> prepared'^ to & ex
amine jthe men's demands; carefully, he
I did ;npt think :. parliament j co uld| adopt
I a.] -more, 'liberal^ measure" thant that rof
| f ered by I. thef government.ti'At £the fend
of this conference \thedelegates*talked
over th i e • matter } together,^ with ; the^re
sult that the 'j messages unreservedly
: advising,' their .comrades jr to rreturn,Zto
th e ir d u ti es was drawn <> up "> and ? sse t. H
/.The j only, possibility^ of .fa^ hitchtap
| pears to be, thatjthe'.meh^might' decline
to; followjthe advice : of flhelr. delegates,
but ; persons^ who are '; well [ informed , re
gard this ras unlikely^ and Is there ' is
reason: to believe that work will. ibe
resumed generally- tomorrow. _j, - f , :
r Dispatches £ here •; say" : *that
meetings Iwere* held! this i afternoon "at
various ports .at which;it was'votedUo
i continue the ;strlke, : but *ItAi8 levident1 evident
that .[. these steps 515 1 before
the receipt ', of the' messages advising
the cessation ;of .the. strike^* ;^^v?^»;'
\u25a0;\u25a0': HAVRTE, " June - : 3.~Three >. \u25a0; thousand
strikers held a' meeting here I ; this even
ing after ; the receipt of > the message
from, the vinj" Paris
the. men' to resume! work. \"lni spite^of
this j recommendation ; the \u25a0 men -voted ito
continue the ,: strike, -i Tie Havre ? dele
gates '•' were instructed 1 to;" return V at
once from Paris. "'//'\u25a0 - .'•• ' ;•' '\u25a0'
STOPS r A* KIDNAPER
\u25a0JBERKELEY, June 3.— Nasli, Bergef,'
the- : 6 - year ? old •* son-i of 4Mr7« and*: Mrs.
Frank .Berger^ of 2413 " Telegraph^ave
n.ue-,wa. 9 1 Picked s up :.by« ? ial stranger.Uhis
afternoon: and s carried Ko'n'i' theFrhah's
shoulder; for r -ablock.ls,TheVm6thVr; re
ceived Information that herJchlld' was
being ;\u25a0\u25a0'. kidnaped " and >r gave\n pursuit '
finally capturing her boy., » The
gave; no explanation of his "actionfand
Mrs. r Berger.r.wasiltooTrnuchl excited in
the chase; to learn his -name or purpose
in making away with- the Berger: youth.
,\u25a0 J—:-. OCEAN STEAMERS f' , ' "
NEWv.YORK— Arrived, June *,3-lStmr Vader-'
land, from^Antwerp and^Dover;!" stmr Noord
ham, from Rotterdam. T^ .. >m-\u25a0*-*;;m -\u25a0*-*;; . -.- -^y^"
*•: ROTTERDA*!— Arrived June I— Stinr Pots
dam, from , New < York. V,. . \u25a0\u25a0' . ' . '\u25a0- ' r
- SUEZ— Arrived , June ; 3-^Stmr -Tydeus.' • from
Tac>omar via Yokohama, ; etc., 'for." LlverDOol - 1
fo^ffSS 11 Cd JUDe ; Luca,
Ne^Y^^^aftin^^^^'^
v -Arrived - June : 2— Stmr.' Prlnzess .: Alice, from
Ivew xork. J '\u25a0\u25a0 '.-' :•-.\u25a0-\u25a0' ?t» , »,- r . \u0084 ^,v . ;\u25a0 .; . ...
•iArrlved June" ; 3— Stmr ! Friedcrlch der Grosse
from \u25a0New . York. - ' \u25a0: . - \u25a0
X DOVER— Arrived .Tune 3— Stmr Zeeland; from"
New York, for -Antwerp, ; and proceeded- _. v ™™
Memoranda
viper Br'thlp Arrow;", from Newcastle.'-AnstraUa
June 37-Had continuous % easterly - wlnds.V com'
pclling^fthlp. to Hat 40 fS itrying^to fnn^more
favorable » winds. a-° Did % not \u25a0\u25a0-•\u25a0 succeed. "" Crossed
the equator May S in 10ng.157 37 W.; \u25a0 Moderate
; wlnds ; all the passage . from f equator. •-: ; . ,7
id Pcr _« tmr ' Pomona, -• at .San Francisco, "june-'a
wTs? 1 ? -^ «»«
ji*. LONDON, June 2— Br bark Granada," "from San
. Francisco.: Dee a^for, Liverpool,^ passed Kinsale
today; and signaled Mti had \ experienced a Lurrl
cane. in ; lat : 43 J K.i long 80 W, • and < was thrown
;on • beam; ends ( and : damaged. ,-*, Jettisoned \u25a0\u25a0 some
; cargo and Cut away sails. \u0084;::;'. - - \u25a0--\u25a0\u25a0„" ••;\u25a0".\u25a0
•\u25a0\u25a0 Br bark ; Ivema,*T from i Oregon/ on" which 35 per
cent was >; paid for ; reinsurance," arrived -at Port
Natal.? Juneil:^.*: t;.:^', ._-. v.'-.-". ?,? ,-.v. '\u25a0->.\u25a0..-.-.-"-.
\u25a0\u25a0• \u25a0:•-\u25a0\u25a0 .\u25a0-.\u25a0\u25a0:." i ' . T ' /L 7\u25a0 Q "' ri i t 1 '"' ' ; 2 "'A" ''ft^ 1 " >'fl' *O'-'''l f\ '"'• C ' ""* 1-1 - I*7 r 1 R
* - '\u25a0 . a*. '- in/ m \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 M Ul/As SUw f__ Vvdkl. ' J&ff%S - , \u25a0'•....\u25a0:- \u25a0\u25a0 . . . * *r. >. .' . .'- * V ... \u0084 *, - » .^ \u0084 J^^ ' S." " """X^LvV^Vm ' 17. :!• J%*% ' "jjl
INDIAN'S DEATH THROWS
NEW LIGHT ON KILLING
Convict's^ Skull i Had tl Been
- Fractured'l byi - Sqiiaw^ :
as He Stated"!
SPECIAL i DISPATCH ', TO THE CALL.
'\u25a0.-: SAN RAPAEL,. June 3.— Dick s ßill,; an
IndiariTconvict> sentenced ] three \ months
ago > to a.' life) term in \ San > Quenttn,* died
Sunday.'.-^The manner c *of 'his [death Twas
so "mysterious" that", the 'author! ties made
an investigation and in this connection
heldrianTautbpsy^whlch^developedvthe
fact that ,' the i dead iihan'sTs'ltull'jhad'/a.t
some j former^ time ' been 11 * 1 fractured in
three, distinct* places, .^t?^'..;' J: " . . , '•*;
'."\u25a0Biirhad^been-cqnvicted^ in ; March for
the murder "of his squaw, iwhom he shot.
He^stated at ithe time "of his 'trial "that
the i Bquaw'J' had : forced -him /to2 battle
with J her '< for >' his- life f and 'that • he^",was
compelled vln , self fdef ense > to; take "! her
life. %]BLe said > that * she : had, struck i him
on "the -with" a\club v and :,waa beat
ing him, when he drew, his. gun and shot
her."?. Thel fractures: shown; at the --' au
topsy^' were -" distinct :""""\u25a0" and . '.went far
toward cofroboratingthe truth of Bill's
asesrtlons ? that * hW' L had ;acted ' In ", self
defense,when killuig: the woman.
WITNESSES jUNABLE; TO
IDENTIFY ALLEGED THIEF
Neil Carey, Saloon Keeper, Tells How
r ;^Man^HeldVUp^Placc;and Sc- ;•
- v; cured $467 in Cash •-'
;^OAKLAND; June i sA-Neif Carey, man^
ager/.of a. the Albany § saloon, told^the
storyof . the. holdup. Of the place; on the
night h of .February .^26,'^for /.which jlra
Butler^ was • placed i,bn trial I today." > • The
appearance >of the i_ robber 'fronnthe rear
door,"!; covering? the. party.' in; the - saloon
>with a pair, of heavy, pistols, and* taking'
$467: In cash from; the .occupants, was
related in. detail.- >-\u0084; \u25a0'\u25a0': .-\u25a0\u25a0'-:''
«> Carey was \u25a0to identify Butler
positively ; as the * robber, owing .to ; the
mask worn'over.the face.VDr. 11 Theodore
Olmstead 'testified atoy: the j same
but was al so unable -to; positively iden
tlfy^the'syouthiasthe robber." ;>:- -
•\The« pistols ! and ;the} money,," subse
quently found in "an . ash barrel, were
'shown i in 'evidence. -\u25a0 ;' *
SENDS BACK GOLD COINS -
he; found^at: claremont
f r.'"-"' - ]:-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' -.-; v-;\-. \u25a0 \u0084-'-, \u25a0.'•. i-':~:-r' : ":i ;.' -^V-l '
Massachusetts Man Writes That He
.Believes They Had Been' Lost
y \bya Vegetable Peddler -
I , BERKELE Y, f June - 3.^— All the " way
fromsiWest;,Barnstable,;" : Mass.,ktwo;is3
gold- pieces .-have come , to Chief of Po
lice : Yollmer.-; ; They were forwarded i by-
Stanley/; r ßecker; ;\who ' informs V Chlrff
Vollmer that he found \the coins while
walking on i the place ?in
mont'several weeks &go.\- Becker writes
that he believes the money was dropped
by Jan V. Italian vegetable \ peddler , and
gives .Vollmerlal detailed, description 'of
tne < Itallan.l • Becker -explains < his un
uisual-misslve, b>v saying/ that he7pur
posed hunting upsthe. vegetable peddler,
but v was ij suddenly;; called bMassS^
chusetts.; v ; . r ",\u25a0'•";\u25a0' . :% ' : v-->v -->- •---. '-'/-
GEORGE E.CLAHK DEAD
- A"LiAMEp At' June 3.4 ; -Ge6fge E. Clark,'
who Iwas f ori 1 2 years constable of Ala
medalUpwhship.'^frpmlwhich ;,office ;he
"retiTed^the^ first f of :\u25a0 this" year7idled;at
hlsjhome, ]l2^B) Pearl^ streets last 'even
ing.^ He'was a 'veteran of tthe^clvil^warj
hayinsi served I the ( memorable
strife VwlthT the) second I New; Hampshire
t re gimen t.'^Clark f was \ born) i m Mai rie j7 l
years 'i ago/^t iHe Awas -'a' republican^of
the'old schooland: took an active inter -_
est ;. local" '-\u25a0polItlcaTy He^, was ','twica
married,": and is survived ; by; his \ second
wif e.'whom he wed Jed; ; three years ago.'
His " son^ Frederick \u25a0 Clark,"' who | the
European, buyer .: for 'the i Emporium "of
SaniFrancisco,-^ recently \u25a0 passed away! at
Santa 1 ; Barbara." /The} funeral ; will j take
place? : t6niorro'wi afternoon' 1 and will ib«
coriductedibyj Joe Hooker post, G.A. i;.,
of -."which he ; . was '. past commander. ;
JUDGES EXCHANGE PLACES
\u25a0 : OAKLAND, f; June ", S.T^uperior * Judge
William: H.^Waste announced ' today : that
he ;, would; spend Hhe ' remainder,! of , : the
week" In .", trying i cases i Itor
which Judge \u25a0.Wells 7of Contra V. Costa
county .».' was . \u25a0 disqualified.* ; " Wells -will 1
take - Waste's V place - here r. during \u25a0 , the
samel^time.jj On Judge /.Waste
plans? to * leave '-"for,", the Grand canyon
of :.' the i Colorado accompanied ?by V his
.wife. TxTheyi will completo^their vaca
tion-in the high Sierras. ' • ' : \u25a0„
JAIL BREAKERS SENTENCED
/pAKl^ND,i*June:3.-^Wililam r Thonip
soh; arid tT. s »W.' Crown i were "; sentenced
byr. Judge 5 Melvin", today", to*" serve /.two
years '. in' the^ penitentiary , at • SanTQuenf
tin tforjaWemptlng[to}break lout of jthe
city;jair recently.^. The-rnieri^were;servf
trig; aj termlf or; petit ; larceny when^ they
i were"^dlscovered"sawing 1 j the*;doofs3 of
their! prisorl'v Today< they, pleaded "guilty,"
waived ;alH time' and were/immediately
sentenced.': \u25a0::/-\ : ...l ' '\u25a0'? ". ',:'.'}'" \' ".•' '''\u25a0"\u25a0>
JAPANESE POLITICIANS
UNEASY ABOUT AMERICA
Apprehension of Trouble in
Store Two
i Countries:
. TOKYO, VJuneS.rrPolitical leaders
seem to have; a "feeling] of. apprehension
regarding ' Japan's future, relations .with
tHe_ t iUnited*. States. ' "Actual : hostility,
however, is I not": thought of, ,but : the pe
culiar^ position '\u25a0> In J which ,the ; federal
government Is placed," in regard to stat©
autonomy..' and the defiant / atttude of
the '";' labor.;* interests .1 against "Japan's
treaty, rights', as .manifested lnfthe sec :
ond San Francisco incident, make poli
ticians here uneasy.^BBJKIfIBBPQMHI
::, WASHINGTON.' June 3.^Surpfise .was
expressed < here upon reading JtheT.Tokyo
account of Japan's dissatisfaction with
•the attitude, of ;the, United /States In. the
race J troubles :ltt"San -Francisco. ;Offl
cialB",'here* 'can ! only' conjecture f-: that
there ; has .- not .been a> publication r^in
Japan of all -of the official . correspond
ence! whlch.y it-: is belleved.xwould /fa
vorably 'public "opinion* toward
the United States. \ V - J ..""-
I Three -Japanese -waiters made
menta yesterday .to',Unlted : ,State3*Dls£
trict Attorney/ Devlin -in th© matter , 6f
the \f recent r j labor., union '-.riot '.. In "J.the
Horseshoe restaurant and bathhouse In
Folsom ; street: near) ElKhth." They.'cor
roborated; the; story told iby,"* the white
witnesses to the effect that a white
teamster, 'wearing : ai union \badge," as
eating i Nippon : hash In 'the' restaurant
when t. two -union lathers entered ;and
demanded that the teamster phould dis
card his Union button or drop hia chop
sticks and quit eating Japanese hash. , '
* - They. : said : that ." the " teamster! fought
.the : . lathers ;. and rWas°;"lathering** 'them
In '\u25a0 Jeffries | style I until a mob intervened
and place.*.",' Two * of "'. th«j
Japanese, swofe that some, 'one ;.in _the
restaurant "threw ? a "6arvlng^ knife^'at
the crowd outside.' but 'the" third swori
that no knife was j thrown^ The - inves
tigation, will' be- resumed today. ;\u25a0:."_* V
GEORGE A. REISNER
DIG UPHOLD TEMPLES
University's .'Representative , Receives
Important ; Commission \u25a0 From :
Government of Egypt
- BERKELET.'June 3— Dr. George A..
Relsner, 'formerly, in charge of the unl
.verslty's exploration -work ; ln.Egypt,
has been 'appointed archaeologist In
charge of excavations for the Egyptian
government In Nubia. .The archaeolog
ical- work: about '; to undertaken.; zs \
the v most : remarkable Jever ,'! conceived.
It^is* to»be';nothing ; mDre or. less than
the continuous excavation of both sides,
of the Nile from'Kalabsche -to Derr, n
distance of : 150. kilometers.
"i $ This ': is ? rendered-- necessary jby ,the
decision -_to ; raise'; the , Assuan dam, an
other i\ eight •; meters. ; Professor .. Mas-;
pero^the/* head .of the v department ; of
ahtiqultief,."is>to' have charge of the
restoration of the, known temples and
the copying of their. lnscriptions. *3!jp§§£
J-vCaptain; Lyons, 'head ; of the survey
department, " is in charge \u25a0 of : the topo
graphical and -archaeological survey
and has assigned ..to -:Dr. ; Reisner the
taskVof: excavating 'the -monuments at
present, burled? under, the soil , and the
recording ' and * publishing ' of . these ex
cavations. : "The "work " ; Is ' expected to
last, five 'years. " • j ' . \u25a0
INTERNAL REVENUE >^?^
; COMMISSION \u25a0 FOR k WIGHT
Republican National - Committceman
/ :" : - of Louisiana 'Hs\ Selected by
Roosevelt for Post . ";
HWASHINGTON;;b . June. - 3. — Pearl
•Wight s . ofj New: Orleans," the republican
: national ) commltteernan Tof - ', Loulsiaria.
has: accepted -the: post Tof /commissioner
' of/H internal ?s revenue;;/ to <: become 'ef r
f ective '~ori > December/ 1 . : '.Wight has a
number-of : important business I : matters
.which;" he ..wishes; to';adjust [ and settle
prior, to the taking 'of j.the". office." .. '.; r
. < Pending) his"" 1 assumption of > the work
as a ad
interim will be, appointed by v the presi
dent.^ "He 'already 'has been selected
but his 'name; has; not "been -.announced.
NEW. TIME-CARD ISSUED
V BERKELEY. June . 3.— According \u25a0 to a
time ' card : issued -today £ by ithe\Oakland
traction '.company, ; through cars /will : be'
operated s v ' from "^Berkeley > to"; San j Lean
dro*; and - Haywat;d. "The card will so
into -: effect next iThursday. ; ! The Ilay
\u25a0wardvcarsiwill; be", run ; , from Bancroft
and ; Telegrap h; avenue ; via" College ave
nue and; EastiFoiirteenth'stfeet'fn'Oak-,
land.;; j The^ running '.time 'will be" about.
90 i- : nilriutes -"eachV way. *'v.-The^ Oaklan.l
terminus ' of * the \u25a0 Shattuck .'avenue , cars
is" also ito^ be *' from
and -Seventh 'street i; to v street
and^Fourth'avenue'in East Oakland. «
FREAK *-. KOSE V lB ? DISCOVERED— OakIand.
June 3. — A 1A 1 freak rose haY been" discovered la the
garden of Charles Keeler.ithe Berkeley poet, and
has been | presented to | the chamber, of commerce
for ; preservation. .! .The : ro«e *. Is : partly- . green .: In
color; and I will I last | for i weeks . wtthout-'WUtins.
The freak was discovered by Hugo H. LlUenttuO.
an ;expert ; gardener:-;- \;:' -.\u25a0\u25a0l_r~V.'"-*'*.'- :."- "\
DR; WEMPLE AND 1 ! FOUR
"CHAUFFUERS 'ARRESTED
Police of Oakland Rigidly Enforc*
', Ordinance Against Fast Driv*
ing of Automobiles
. OAKLAND. June 3.— Dr. E. L. "Wem
ple and, /our chauffeurs, the 'first vic
tims to fall Into the hands- of -the
police since the: beginning of the cm
sade against violators of the"automo
bile speed limit, were arraigned In the
police court this morning.
.'Dr.. Weraple, Charles Dobson -and
Frank Locke were fined $10 each. S.-.M. 1
Pierey pleaded not guilty and his trial
was.set for .'June 8, and L. W. Shlraan
forfeited $10 balL
Chief : of j; Police Wilson announced
today _.- that > the .ordinance would *>c
rigidly enforced in the future and that
hereafter the bail of those arrested fur
violation or the law would be $50.
BLOCK WILL nECOVER
'OAKLAND. June 3.— Joseph Block^
the- second hand dealer who Is .be
lieved , to' have been- assaulted by a
thus.in Tre3tle glen, his skull having
been fractured by 'a, blow with a blud
geonris;improvin<? and hope Is enter
tained that he t will ultimately, recover.
Block has not yet b»»en able to make r
clear ' statement! as 'to how he was in-
Jure'd.^9EMSßHtt«HlßMc«99B9(VMdlHf
m , ! . MEETIAC XOTICE.I
CALIFORNIA chapter No. 5, R. A. '\u25a0' " " '
M.— St*t«l meetia? THIS (TUBS- •J&FWLm
PAY) EVENING, Jnne 4. at 7:CO wZjU^I
O'clock, In Kin',- Solomon* ball, l^ta*v
w- 1739 ' Flllmore st. il^^J
FRANKLIN U. DAY. Soc.. VmjH
•\u25a0• • arciFUlmore st. : .ZMarn
MISSION comm«n.l«*ry No. 41. K. T. £&. ,
\ No assembly TUIS EVENING.- By £F\
order of &"&
-'. WM. n. WHITE. Em.. Commander. *X* V
, A. H A WKaLKY. Recorder. ~
PARNASSUS fcxlse, I". !>., V. and A. «
M.. . 12tn ay. and 1 st. ISunset) — A\
First degree THIS (TUESDAY) -Vyy"
, EVENING. June 4. 1907; Masons in- /\kSr\
vltetl. W. A. HOtT, Swryetary. ' >
GOLDEN GATE lmlse No. 30. F. anrt m
\u25a0A. M.— Stated mevtlng THIS (TUES- S>i
..DAY) EVENING, ia King Solomon '* •y" r >\/'
' hall, 1739 Flllmore «t.. at "!:SO Jv*J\
o'clock. EDWIN L.-.. MEYER.' See. /V \
PACIFIC lo.1«e So. 13d. V. and A. M.. Ml
- 17;«> • FUlmore gt. — Stated -meeting «^A^
THIS EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. 7vV\
GEORGE . PENUNGTON. Sec. / .^r \
ORIENTAL Iwlgt No. 144. P. .and A. "•'
M,^-stated- meeting THIS (TUES-
DAY) EVENING at 8 o'clock. Cal- '\Tfi\f
vary hall. FHThiore and Jackson St.*. /v2r\"
A.'S.HUBBA ED. Secretary. r^r \
GOLDEN GATE lodje No. 2<M.- 1 f^jT^.
O. O. F. — Membora ple«.<*» attend :'?]t&Stiuz
our next mf>«-t!n^. TUESDAY r^!k^^^-'
EVENING. Jnn«> 4. at 1254 Mar- '^»* p
ket St.; -initiation and election of ofScen:
visiting brothers invited. \u25a0 . ,
.;'-i WM. PULLEN. N. G.
JEV.'EL chapter Ni>. 238. O. E. S.— Rpsular
raeottug ami Initiation at 1:30 p. m. TOUAY
(TUESDAY), June 4.
- 'MIXNIB r. DOBBIN. W. M.
. DO RA.L. QSTHOFF. Sec.
THE 'quarterly meetlnit. of the mem-,
bers of the Mechanics* Institute will be held
a t the Mechanics' Institute bnildlnsr. 99 Grove
sf.. San Francisco, on THURSDAY. June 6,
1007. at 8 -p.' m.
r -. \u25a0.-.-.JAMES a. SPAULDIXG. Rec. Sec.
NOTICE In hereby given that the adjourned an-
nual meeting of the society and tha board of.
trustees »f the O!<I People's bom« will rv>
: held «t the office of the home, sonthwent cor-
ner of Phi* and Pierce ift».. San Francisco, on
WEDNESDAY. June 5. 1907. at 12 o'clock m..
for - tbe • purpose \u25a0of electing a board of man-
agers ami a board of trustees to serve for thu
\u25a0ensuing, year.- and -for the transaction ' of such
other business ** may com<» befort the meet-
lng. MRS. JAMES ALVA WATT. Secretary.
AT a \u25a0 meeting of. the boar-i of dlre«*tors of th<»
: California : Scbuetxen Club Park and BullflliMr
assoclatioo. held May 21.1007. It was resolved
,to ileclcre a diviilen<l.of J 2oc per. share on the
' capital \u25a0 stCH'k of tbe " association, , payable !on
\u25a0 anil after Jane 10, \u25a0 W7. at tbe . office . of th*
treasurer. Emll C. - Woenne.' -\u25a0 R7O - Hulght . St..
•' .San Francisco. * jfrTTO A: BREMER. Sec.
'\u25a0\u25a0-.-. OXLX- LOCAL MANUFACTURERS"
P. ".PASQCALB CO.. '
MOO WTCBSTKR.- COR. .TURK-
' \u0084 » . ,~ -: PHONE WEST 4SKJ.
ARMY. NAVY. SO€IETT, GOODS.
REGALIAS. FLAGS. BANNERS.
BADGES. C.\ PS.
UNIFORMS.
ATTORNEYS
ADVICE., free— Private divorce a specialty:
:><jwlek: n« charge .unless »ncces«ful: partner-.
.. ship. : will*,-- deeds, etc.; corporations: . colle«'-
•'-tJims: ' detectives: "open- evenings. "LEGAL
ASSOCIATION; 1502 ElUs st. near Flllmore.
ADVICE FREE ON, ALL LEGAL MATTERS.
\u25a0 Divorces eosts- $l2; damages." collectiona. \u25a0 . All
,' eases no charge without suceens; open evenings.
1730 Flllmore st. bet. Pout and Sutler.
ROOM 4. FIRgT FLOOR. .
AA — DIVORCE: <co«te-,si::: quick. Quiet; advW
free: no charge unless successful;-. title .to real
• estate ' restored; bdnkruptcy; probattog of e»-
- tates ; general -practice. IKIB Market sty r. I*.
rLOYD & WOOD
Have removed . their law offices to room* 405-8
- 4th floor . Chroniclo buildlns. Market " and
". Kearny sts. * \u25a0
COMPLETK divorce for $-»3: no delay: court emu
. treatment;. square dealing; ptaw spc nw first.
Room -3. 2036 Sntter ' st. near FlHmorp.
11. A." X ROUSE. 130OG.«.*av. cor. FHlmore: nil-
rnses; adv. , froe; eve.' 7^lo-R:3«: tel. Wwt.Sini. ,
LORWY &' GUTSCII.. attorneys: now Vicatfl ;it
.;S«I and. SU'vpqsoii st/. Csl.Demokmt.bnndlnj.
LKUAL.ncrvir** rencWi"*!. any eonrt: . bnß«li'»ir
.materlHl a<fepted a» fee. ~3S McAllister «t.
HARRIS ftIIKSS. attorney* at law.,W.;T. ll!«»«. :
-, NittaryiPnblfi?." 20H3 , Sntter sr.«ur. Flllni«>re. i
MAHTIN '-STKYENSJ attorney at Jaw. 1033 GolT-
1 fn Gate «t, bet. Unna ami Buchanan, sts. -
P. C. DOK.MITZKR. Uwver ami prpctor in a!•
;mirulty. 727 l ,Fultf>n st. : , *, 1
; AI.F GROVES.' \u25a0 . - ',
- . CALL BL'ILM.xq 1 .
;: '.^ patents
PATENTS , guaranteed; i handsome 65-page . jrnld<»-
\u25a0 ;hook free. .E.-, E. Vrooman.'box 40, .Wash.; D. C
CARLOS <P. GRIFFIN, patcnta. - late examtn«*r
\u0084U:,B. patent office, 410 (Call) C.Spreckete bid.
FRANCIS M. ..WRIGHT,' formerly examiner U.-S>V
c: patent offlce . . S»Cj-027 Monadnock bMy.
• VENSIO.VS
PENSION Attorney E.. A. BUIXIS. 1341 Stein V
f] st.: : past commander Thomas post. G. A. R. .
PENSIONS.-, extra pay, etc. Write L.M. SHEK-
•'WOUD. 2751 ' Filbert st.'.'SanfFranclnco. -;-' -\u25a0 .
y,'- DENTISTS
DRS. C. W. DECKER.
«T. H. .MORRIS. .. L. T..CRANZ.:
-\u25a0 V SURGEON DENTISTS. : ~
• ' 131 C Matter at., above -Van No**.
;. .. . - Rooms IZ 3-4-^-8- 10.. •.:\u25a0•;\u25a0;
! PAINLESS 'dfnmtry— OWiestaWislwd. honest.
[y '\u25a0 reliable :rea*>nable prfce*:'perftN:t'work: fr»"e
I . consultation. , VAN VKOOM, 1301 Flllmore- st..
I /^corner O'Farrell. -'."'-. ..:.:.- \u25a0 -\u25a0'\u0084 '
. PAINLESS .Dentistry; set uf-teetn; $3; crown-t,
i S3; brldcework. 1 $5; , fillings. » 3oe ;. all im»raT»-
; -.4. teed. -. UK. BROWN. Mark-t. < 1 »iii and Cbnrcb.
; -NEW, YORK- DENTAL PARLORS. --* '
;.UDr,.E. » W. I : Perk tns, 1 lOi! Valf ncia »t. eor. , KM.
DR.'i W. A. MEYEtt, form,-, CaUagban bulUlnc.
'*^". now . "12C ! Market . St. near ' Church and . 14tb. ' ..
: DR.I KNOX. dentl.it. 1613 FUlraore , st..: former ty
' =\u25a0-•- Grant bldg. ; all wor^ flrat cUas: ; prVca low.'. ;
i C."W. RICHARDS,. D.D.S.; 203-H Central Wdu..
i :~£ cor. ' Sntter , and-. Polk . t for. • Mutual . bank . Wdp.
I DR. SlMMS.. formerly Pa rroUbM)?.. 855; Market
\u25a0r *ir, now i located .at: 1214 Folk 'cor, potter, r. - 3«»t.
BAKTLETT. I>R. U.'GKA.NT. >xtraetlnir speclaJ- .
210 a rrt'morc. NW. cor. Cat.
DR; ' tt.L L. .WALSH, STJ McAllister nr.". I.sicunn.
<-' Platinum \u25a0 filling!*.' W)c; fcrowna. ; |5; plates. . >7.
DR."* H. I CKAIGIE— First : clauw "dentistry at -' rea-
.' * wonab'.e • prt<-es.'-- W>l \u25a0 Fobom \u25a0\u25a0 st. J CJr. : 'M. *.;\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0",-
HIU^ DU.i LUDLCM. 144.". Market *t., now " at
. 432 .Webster st.near Oak; saa given.-
DR. J. J. LI^K", "formerly j 112« l Market. - now
~.<g4iVal«iK-t-»;<t.bft. ltwh and 20th.
SANI>. Da.': J.;E.— Du*lnei>a U being conducte-.t
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