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Party Chiefs Shy at the Plan
for a Nonpartisan Ticket
Labor Would Refuse to Participate in
the Suggested Movement
George A. Van Smith
The plan for San Francisco's politi
cal redemption, submitted by the trus
tees of the merchants' association and
the chamber of commerce, may result
In the organization ; of an independent
nonpartisan movement, but it will not
result in bringing the several party
governing bodies together on a com
mon platform. <-
That the union labor party will re
fuse to participate in the : movement
suggested by the commercial organi
zations is the opinion of Chairman
George B. Benham. Daniel Ryan,
leader of the reform wing of^ the re
publican city and county committee,
and Thomas W. Hlckey, chairman of
the democratic city and county commit
tee, 'believe, the plan ideal, if practic
able. David I. Mahoney. leader of the;
Saa Francisco democratlo club, which
purposes to. wrest the party control
from Hlckey and his associates, does
not believe in the scheme.
C. H. Bentley. president of the cham
ber of commerce, who started the
movement, while at no time sanguine
that It would be accepted by the sev
eral party governing bodies, believed
and still believes that it will have a
decided effect on the popular vote at
the primary elections.
The plan submitted to the several
committees is alternative. The. first
proposition suggests all-partisan ac
tion, to the end that a wholly rep
resentative ticket, composed of men of
known integrity and ability, without
reference to their partisan affiliations,
be nominated.
WOULD PLEDGE DELEGATES
The almost insurmountable difficul
ties confronting such a plan probably
were obvious enough to the proponents,
as indicated by their other suggestion.
The second suggestion is in effect a
limited anticipation of the direct pri
mary system. The commercial bodies
ask the county committees to name
their candidates and pledge their dele
gate candidates before the primary
elections. If this be done, the pro
ponents believe, the people will solve
the political problem by electing those
delegate tickets which are pledged to
nominate the best men.
C. H. Bentley, who started the move
ment in the commercial organizations,
said yesterday:
"I am prepared to believe that the
plans wljl not be accepted by the
county committees, but their sugges
tion must at least serve to enlarge the
of political discussion and may
help to bring" some of the men who talk
loudest about San Francisco's needs to
something like a realization of the
parts they should play in the political
rehabilitation of the city. All this
class discussion is nonsense. There
are quite as good citizens in one party
as In another.' Some of the loudest ;
Bhouters about class have not votes In
San Francisco. They can notjielp to
solve the most momentous problem that
ever confronted an American munici
pality, and their conduct but eervea to
embarrass the situation.
"The great majority of the people
who live and vote-in San Francisco is
tired of this talk of partisanship. : It
wants honesty and efficiency in the
public servants. It wants a decent,
stable city government. - The election
of three judges by an independent vote
last fall was a tremendouslysignificant
•indication 'of the popular frame of
mind. 9881
"The political programmer ; avoids
- publicity. It is not good for his business.
For years the tickets have been cut
and dried long In advance of the con
ventions. Conventions have taken on
the complexion of mere ratification
meetings. We believe the time has j
come for the programmers to name
their candidates before the primaries.
L<et them come Into the open. If their
programs provide for the nomination
of good men their delegate. tickets all
win at the primaries. If not the peo- "
pie of all parties will, I believe, elect
opposition tickets composed of dele
. gates who will nominate honest, com
petent candidates. Ajid that is all we
want. The salvation of San Francisco,
not the welfare of any political party,
is the paramount question."
SHOULD SINK PARTY LINES
W. H. Davis, chairman' of, the repub
lican city and county cchamittee, is in
Los Angeles. Daniel A. Ryan, leader
of. the reform wing of the committee
and champion of the honest apportion
ment right, said:
"So far as I am concerned person
ally, I believe the parties should in
this hour of San Francisco's need lay
aside every question of personal bias
and personal ambition and co-operate
to the end that we may choose a set of
men who will give us a government
which will represent all of the people
and whose selection, will obviate the
bitterness of a great political struggle.
"If we cannot do this by united ac
tion we are going to try to do ,lt
through the republican party.' We shall
try to elect at the primaries men who
will nominate a representative ticket.
Frankly, I cannot see how the plan
suggested by the commercial bodies
can be worked out with reference to
a.n entire ticket. It should be possible
for an organization to go into the pri
mary campaign with delegates pledged
to nominate 'named candidates for
mayor and district attorney and possi-,
bly one or two more positions. I do
not see though how any body of men
could Ket itself up to pick an entire
ticket. It occurs to me that this would
be but another phase of the bosslsm to
which we are so bitterly opposed. Let
us by all means sink party lines if
possible; if it is not possible let us
exert every 'endeavor to Induce every
man who believes In good government
to go to the primary polls. If this be
done the right kind of deiejrates' will
be elected to all of the conventions and
the right kind of men will be nomina
ted. WBRB&BaO)GHUBtUKtKtim
. "A pan-partisan ticket would be ideal.
It would be evidence to the world that
the people of San Francisco were.har
monious and. went working together for
the good of tiie^clty. . If such a ticket
should be arjfreed upon, . the. party, in
tegrity could •be preserved . by placing
the candidate* on the several tickets on
the* machines. The poll would be a mag
nificent 5 and. honest test of the relative
strength of the several parties. I.sin
cerely hope the proponents of this plan
In the. rough will not give it up, but
earnestly endeavor to work out the de
tails that must be supplied If we are to
hope for the realization of an Ideal eug
gestlon."
REGARDS PLAN AS IDEAL
Thomas W-Hickey, chairman of^the
democratic city and county committee,
said:' '.. „ *"/ T * . / -'\u25a0:'
"The plan Is Ideal—Uf practicable. I do
not know, how, it : can . be . worked 'out.
The' apportionments' have .been made
and, l see no way of reaching an agree
ment upon representation ; In a pan
partisan convention.' The committees
can not be calleditogethcr-. to change
the apportionments. '/ The direct primary
election-. Is," of course, » : the^ remedy," for
this situation, ': but*. I do I not see . how
we : can even approximate ; its workings
before the coming primaries.
- "The letter from: the associated .com
mercial bodlesis full of encouragement.
It shows that the gentlemen composing
those organizations are at last awaken
ing to the Importance of the primaries,
which are the foundations upon, which
clean government must/be' buflt. ;l lf
these. gentlemen can assist, in getting
out a representative vote at the pri
maries, they, will: insure-the election of
good 'delegates and good tickets will be
the natural results. - There are always
clean delegate tickets in* the field. That
they : are not electedand good men sent
to. the conventions. ls..the.fault^of "the
otherwfße, good, citizens, who "are : too
busy or too good' to- attend to their
most important civic duty." t
LABOR TO. HOLD ALOOF
Geprge B. Benbam of the union labor
committee' said: ' ."
"While It : might tend to" & peaceful
solution of the political situation, the
basis of representation In convention
and before' the people" would be" a'"'mat
ter of supreme importance,. for; the
working people. The organized work
ers, are not likely to entertain any
proposition which would tend to les
sen their political influence, and from
the decided action taken against v !the
proposed participation in the: conven
tion ~of 30 and also against sending
representatives to the pending civic
federation conference, It. is probable
that the working people wlli_ formu
late and follow plans of their own,
rather than adopt methods or partici
pate In 'assemblages originating from
other sources."
David I. Mahoney of the San "Fran
cisco democratic club thought , the
movement Impracticable, tending to
weaken party lines and. make factional
success possible.
FIRES FIRST SHOT AT HERRIN
Regular Republican League Executive
Committee' Declares War on Boss
The'flght against Herrln In the re
publican committee and the campaign
for free delegates to the republican
convention was formally inaugurated
last night by the executive committee
of the Regular Republican league of San
Francisco, "which elected Daniel A:
Ryan chairman. Perry ;H. Newberry
secretary and Paul- Bancroft treasurer.
The meeting, held at Daniel A. Ryan's
office, Bush and Filimore streets, In
cluded representative republicans from
each assembly district, where the Work
of organizing the constituent clubs has
been under way for several weeks. "The
plan for a panpartisan movement sub
mitted by the chamber of commerce and
merchants' association; was freely dis
cussed. It was unanimously agreed
that the league would co-operate. with
the other parties should their governing
bodies be willing to accept the plan.
Pending the formal decisions of the
democratic and union labor committees,
the Regular Republican league will
prosecute its work which contemplates
a fight for free delegates In every as
sembly district.
The attitude of the league and Its
pledges to the people of San Francisco
are embodied In the following resolu
tions, which were adopted:
The executive committee of tbe Regular Re
publican league of Has Francisco does bereby
declare Itself opposed .to the control . of the
republican party bj the Southern Pacific rail
road,. corporation Influences or nny s»Hf-«e*',cin(t
boss, and ia favor of the continuation of the vig
orous prosecution of the grafters — the brjhe
giver and the bribe . taker — In whatever walk
of life, liljrli or low. In. San Francisco;, and of
the completion of the work bravely b<?£un and
ably conducted by the district attorney ami Id*
associates. (
We pledge ourselTf* to name delegates In
every afsemblr district, of San Francisco wbo
will accept this declaration of principles and
who. If elected, will vote In convention for a
ticket of clean, honeet nn-1 fearlces men.
We pledge ourselres and onr delegates to put
Cltieennhlp before partisanship, to - work for
our city's best good and -to • purge the republi
can part.T of San Francisco of corrupt railroad
and other corporation Influences and boas control.
We pledge onrselres, our delegates - and • onr
party to an earnest effort to secure a delega
tion from the state of California to the national
presidential eon rent lon In 1908 free from rail
road and other- corporation domination -and
actlrelj faroriog true republicanism as exempli
fied by our president, Theodore -Kooserelt.
'TEST OF THE DEVLIN LAW
Election Commissioners Prepare to
Defend Registration Enactment
The board of election commissioners
yesterday authorized " President T. V.
Cator to represent the board in defense
of the Devlin registration law, .which
will be tested in the supreme court on
mandamus proceedings.
The preliminaries for the legal battle
were completed. yesterday, when Attor
ney Samuel M. Shortridge presented
Edward Gustave Schostag, an elector
residing in the thirtieth assembly dis
trict, and demanded that he be-regis
tered for participation in the primary
elections, without reference to his par
tisan affiliations. . The board - declined
and the matter will be taken before
the supreme court immediately.
The attack on the Devlin law was
instituted by the labor council, which
instructed its law and legislative com
mittee, at a meeting on July 5, to test
the validity of the enactment. The con
tention of the opponents is that;- a
declaration of partisan affiliation as
prerequisite to 'participation in the pri
mary elections is In violation of the
constitutional insurance of a secret bal
lot. - They contend, also, 3 that the law
was framed in the interests o( the em
ploying class, in that a declaration of
his partisan affiliation might put, an
employe at the mercy of his employer.
Schostag is a lithographer, 36 years old
and a native of Wisconsin.
REPUBLICANS ORGANIZE
In conformity with a resolution
adopted by the city and county, commitf
tee, the republicans ; of the ; Thirty-fifth,
district have perfected a temporary or
ganization. The preliminary meeting,
conducted by W. D." Knight, was
Saturday evening at Twenty-fourth an 4
Mission streets. Henry Fiege was
el ected temporary chairman and M. \N.
Hall 1 temporary .secretary. Permanent
organization will be effected at a meet
ing to'be'calledby the 'chairman; \u25a0 ,
SAVAGE NOT IN POLITICS
Walter R. Savage of Sutro Heights
denies In aletter to The Call that he is
a member 'of the executive *, committee
of Uhe -regular - republican -club -pfi the
Thirty-ninth district. Savage says that
he - never \u25a0 consented . to his election %to
the executive committee • of; the club
and that "he " Is ; but "of * politics: "." * ""' *
CHARGED WITH FORGERY
i' Andrew ; Joseph, . alias A. , G. Cayallo,
was arrested yesterday, by Detective 'Ed
Gibson on a charge ; of *f orgery/^ It is
alleged * that he 'passed • a^ forged) phecii
for;* $20 v In - the .' name "gt /"Ah* p. "'•' Smith
on Dr." G. T Cornetr of > th>i»JMTte ' street
Uammami; baths r ; Saturday* nlght.*^"; The
check \u25a0 was_ drawn on ; the \ State j savings
bank. The' jpolice say that/,' Joseph
about a week' ago! attempted -to ; pass ;'a
forged checkfor^lOO; on Sirs. Manning;
who 'keeps a grooming "housed at ; 997
Golden' Gate avenue? and s al so one i upon
It Dlnkelsplel; Gough* street and Golden
Gate avenue. \ At -one 'tlme : Joseph was
in business \in South' San' Francisco.V
RUSSIA ORDERS BATTLESHIPS
> ST. -^PETERSBURG, 22.^-Tlie
Bourse Gazette -says the 1 minister , of
marine; has 'ordered! the Baltic j yards
to prepare , for: the , prompt ? construction
of seven 22,000"^ ton battleships. 1 '
THE SAN FRANCISCO tCALL, TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1907.
TITLED GLOBE TROTTER
ARRIVES FROM ORIENT
German Baron, Though 82
Years Old, Travels
With Ease
DUNKARDS RETURN
Bring . Brick From Palace
of Nebuchadnezzar
at Babylon
Among the 1 passengers who arrived
here yesterday on the liner China was
Baron I* R. Wattman of Germany, one
of the few globe trotters who enjoys
the distinction of being an octogena
rian. In spite of his 152 years the baron
has, a ruddy cheek and elastic step and
his spirits bubble with the. nearest
thing to everlasting youth that fails
to the lot of mortal.
The old adage, "To be young when
you're old you must be old when you're
young," ; does not apply to the l baron,
for, according; to his own story, he ha*
had a good; time all his life. ,
\u25a0The baron has been around the world
a number of times, but he enjoyed this
trip the best of all. "I saw some things
in • China that" interested v me ;: very
much," he~ said, "and within the next
few years I mean to go back there and
see them again."
Three leader? of the Dunkards Icame
home - on the \China >' from Babylon,
where they, have been watching the
excavations made -by * German j scien
tists -for the purpose of securing con
firmation of bible history.- W,:R. Mil
ler, H. Guthrie and J. Glick are the
three Dunkards. , Guthrie's Homer /is In
Los Angeles, Miller is from Chicago and
Glick from Seattle. They have brought
home a great 'deal of data and many
photographs, which they will embody
in a report to be made for the benefit
of their sect. They also brought -with
them a brick which, from the.inscrip
tion," formed part of the palace of King
Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. brick
is 2,700 years -old. /•:\u25a0 .'., ', -.:
C. Orr, a passenger from : Honolulu,
is an Englishman, but has lived for
many years in New Orleans. He went
to Honolulu *on the Korea and .took
passage back on i the China within two
hours after landing.' The: brevity, of
his stay was caused^ by his- indignation
at being compelled at Honolulu; to pay
the $4 alien tax before. he was allowed'
to land. ; : "And : me never .beyond United
States territory," he • concluded :as he
told his troubles on the China's deck.- " '.
DR. TIERCE'S REMEDIES
' Cures Woman's Weaknesses.
We refer to that boon to weakf nervous,
suffering women known as Dr. Pierces
Favorite Prescription. . :
Dr. John Fyfe one of the Editorial Staff
of The Eclectic Medical Review says
of Unicorn root (Hcloniaa Dioica) which
is one of the chief ingredients of the "Fa-
vorite Prescription " : J
"A remedy which invariably acts as a uter-
ine invlcorator • •- * makes for normal ac-
tiTlty of the entire reproductive system."
He continues "in Helonias we have a medica-
ment Trhtch raoro fully answers the above
purposes than any other drug with which 1 am
acquainted, i In the treatment of diseases pe-
culiar to women i i is seldom that a case is
seen which does not: present some Indication
lor | this remedial aarent." "Dr." Fyfe j further, i
•ays: "The following are among the leading
Indications for Helotiias (Unicorn root). . Pain :
or acbinr In', the back, with If ucorrhcea ;
atonic (weak) condltlolH of the reproductive
organs of \omen, mentn depression and. lr-
ritability, sfesoclated wlU> chronic diseases of
the reprodJctive o/eans of women; constant
sensation or beat In the reelon of, the kid-
neys; menorrhaffia (flooding), due to a weak-
ened condition of/the reproductive system;
amenotfn«y|auriressed or absent monthly
period/. / Aifcirra:^rom or accompanying an
abnoanfl condition of the dlgestlie »rrins
and 4/aemlc ( thin blood ) habit: dragging
sensCjfons In the extreme lower part of tha
abdomen."-. \u25a0•\u25a0-\u25a0;?:' \u25a0 - -.:,. ;..- \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0
•yjf porgyr less of the above symptoms
arri urgent, no invana \voman pan flo,"
Better ~th an jta lce Ur. Pierced Favofltg
leading ingredi-
ents oi wmcii Is Unicorn root, or Helonias.
and the medical 'properties of which it
most faithfully represents. \u25a0 .
Of Golden Seal root, another prominent
ingredient of ~ "Favorite "Prescription,"
Prof. Finley Ellingwood; M.;D. f - of Ben-
nett Medical College,' Chicago; says:. '.
nlt is an important remedy In disorders of
the womb. In all catarrhal conditions * * .
and general enfeeblement, it is useful."
Prof. John M. Scudder, M. D., late of
Cincinnati,. says of Golden Seal root :*v
." "In relation , to its general effects on tha
system, there is no medicine in use about which
there is such general unanimity of. opinion;' It
Is universally regarded as the tonic useful in
all debilitated states," , \
Prof. R. Bartholow, M. D.. of Jefferson
Medical College, Says of Gol4en Seal :
:-"Valuable in uterine heroorrbage, menor-
rh&da : (flooding) and • congestive ; dysmenor* '
rfacßa (painful menstruation)." .'-..': •
.- Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription faith-
fully represents all the above named in- \u25a0
Eredieots and cares the diseases for which
they are recommended. - '.n ;\u25a0 ;
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SULTAN FIGHTS PRETENDER.
MELILLiA;' Morocco, "July 2 2.— An : en
ga.eement-between forces of the: sultan
and, of /the i pretender is -In * progress
near 1 here./.; The troops r of the > -sultan
-'The air is balmy— cxhilarating^ree from humidity. * The days arcnever
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THE "KEYfiROUTEgINN^ I
22D STREET AND i BROADWAY V B
'- Cuisine and Service Unsurpassed; B
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- Convenient to San 1 Francisco - \u25a0
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SANJA CATALINA ISLAND
•^\u25a0'•"r-. -i. SUMMER ;. 1907. '„,,,. '. .......•,
-Greatest fishing tournaments known. Auspices
"Tuna" - and ; "Light ' Tackle" ~ clubs. '• Prizes
awarded.' Write to. or call: on -^"
.^V.-PECK-JUDAH COMPANY. - r
789 MARKET ST.,'BAN FRANCISCO. CAL. '
»S3B»st J3 B. i BANNING, Traf flc i Manager.iaww^
WILMINGTON TRANSPORTATION COMPANY;
; 594: PACIFIC ELECTRIC -BUILDINQ,.-
LOS: ANGELES.: CAL. .-. : ::." ..; ,• -;..- .
WtlfTE SULPHUR SPRINGS
*"* Her* : la * th« \ Pl»e« ! for Health \u25a0 and ir Pleasure-^
Within 2% hours', ride of S. • F. <• Boating, s awim-'
ming. > driving,- dancing," etc. :Th« . finest ; snlphur.
RpriQgs ; In > the state. ;> Recommended > for Rheu-
matism. Stomach \u25a0 Trouble,'. \u25a0 etc.." > Booklets -at
Peck-Judab • Bureau/- 789 Market , at.i" or *M.s Mad-
rid.lValleJo i Whlte Bnlphnr Sprlns«.^ Vallejo. 1 Cal. J
;V iCH\SsRRI INGS
\u25a0 "\u25a0.;, ;" : ';\u25a0';- MENpOCINO;COTJNTY-;f."^;^.\ 5J5 J
U CuratlveVwatera.^'champagne-batba and famous
beauty .batha.-: Hunting, (fishing,! first class table.'
J. j A. ,- REDMEYER,' Proprietor." : ">. -.;::; v % - '\u0084 /
[ h-> j '', - f; DKt C.t C.I orb O NNELIi'S 1; v /-.-^A
\ MINERAL' SPRINGS at ' Glen i EUen/ the* greatest
i remedy! for: lu«g < diaease«r :i i liver « and 'i stomach
I trouble,! rheumatism and i catarrh. 1 S. P.I or; S.I Y.
& IN.' P,^; By."? direct.' Thirty \ cott«ge« ; and : tents
I furnished (. for s reot.":/! Fine s flshing.'i>'Apply •' DB."i
:\u25a0 C.% O. f O'DONNELL, 812 ; 'D«yU«dero} street. (
are /attacking the pretender's forces
from theiland 'Side, while the gunboat
Sidifel ' Turk is ; bombarding them f rom
the j sea. '«. The .outcome is still unde
cided^; :7: 7 \u25a0 ; - _: \
ISSUED BY; THE ;
Northwestern Pacific Railroad
7'/ v \-- '"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'.'_' SUCCESSOR TO ..
CALIFORNIA? NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY
AND SHORE RAILROAJC). .
THE PICTURESQUE ROUTE OF -CALIFORNIA
IS NOW BEADY FOB DISTBIBUTJON;
' f GIVING FULL INFORMATION .. \
IN -REGARD; TO
CAMPING SPOTS, THE LOCA-
TION. ACCOMMODATIONS.
ATTRACTIONS. ETC.. OF
MINERAIiISPRING, RESORTS
AND COUNTRY; HOMES AND
FARMS - WHEREi. SUMMER
BOARDERS .ARE TAKEN.
WITH TERMS -OF BOARD.
$7.00 AND UPWARD PER
WEEK. --'\u0084.:'
To be had at Ticket Offices,: Ferry., Building, foot
' jof Market street, and Room 886. James Flood
Building (General Offices). San . Fran-
cisco. Inquiry, by Mall will bring an
• Immediate Response. '; \u25a0 "'\u25a0'
JAS. AGLER, , X, J. GEARY.
Gen. Manager. . Acting Gen. Pass. & Frt. Agt.
\u25a0:,;• . NOW ; OPEN
:. "Onr automobiles meet trains at St. Helena
every dsy, except Sunday. Take 7:40. a. m. .
broad gauge -boat. -.To accommodate week
' end sue«ts \u25a0on Fridays , and Saturdays our
:" automobiles : will also meet train leaving S.
\u25a0 F. "'at 3:30 p. i m. * .vlaXTlburon. '-;\u25a0 Fare $7
round' trip. Write for Information.
AETNA SPRINGS CO.
Aetna Sprinnii. Xnpn Cnnnlr, Cal.
Imapa soda springs
NOW ''\u25a0 ' OPEN.**" The most beautiful mountain
health and pleasure resort. New skating ' rink.
Address JOHN JACOBS, Proprietor, Napa Soda
Springs, Cal. \u25a0; ' :- / \u25a0-.--'\u25a0 \u25a0
WILSON'S INN
A home mountain place, 12 miles from Napa.
El.". 1,900. ft. -Pure air ' and \u25a0 water. Own~milk,
cream, ; fruit and vegetables. Phone -and * gas.
$8 to 111 per week. Folders. ARNO H. WIL-
SON, Atlas,. Napa Co.
JpHANNISBERQ
\u25a0 : ' EI.-.- 1,200 \u25a0 ft. :\u25a0 Beautifully ; situated among the
redwoods. \u25a0- Boating - and ' ba thlnsr. . Stage ' meets
guests at-Oakvllle, » Napa . Co. <- Rates reasonable.
MR.v AND MRS. THEO. ~ BLACKENBURG JR.
CASTIiECRAGFAkM
Former cite CRAG JAVERN
:-;\u25a0;' 100 Acres Forest." ; Meadow and Garden* Land.
;; Furnished log cabins/ $1 per day each person;
special • family : rates. ; Central . grill. - European
plan, genuine . home • cooking, reasonable charges.
Here you -\u25a0 are ;\u25a0 expected ;: to wear , plain clothes
and lead: a -simple; life;- if you can't * do -this,
don't come. Address M.VW. HARLOW. Manager.
Castle. Crag, (via . Dunsmuir). California. ;
CAMPBELL'S HOT SPRINGS ' .
':_ • H. PEARCE.rProp.VSlerraville. Cal.'V.
I - i Most beautiful resort . in ' Sierra Nevada i moun-
tains; 1% miles from Sierravllle. overlooking the
grand Sierra valley;" altitude s,ooo ;;water; water unsur-
passed : for rheumatism, coat, liver and kidney
complaints and: all \u25a0 stomach '\u25a0 troubles; uo snakes
•or ' poison - oak ; '\u25a0 plenty :' of • bunting - and : fishing :
good * livery ; \ picturesque drives/" » Rates $12 to
$14 week." Itouryi trip ticket to Truckee or Boca.*
At Truckee : stage direct ; to springs, or by Boca
and Ixiyalton It. R. Kound trip tickets. Pam-
I pUlets on application. f_r
I The • Largest ", and Most Popular Summer Resort
\u25a0.'\u25a0\u25a0,- in California.
' ''• LAKA ' TAHOE. •' M. Lawrence & Co.;" ' Props.
; > OPENS ; FOR ; GUESTS JUNE 1. - 1907. -
\u0084. . THE OAKS
.; Finest presort In the' Sierra ; Nevada '.foothills;
! excellent f - table ; '10 1 free -; amusements. ; Write- for
illnstratc(f. booklet and .rates, then you"ll r go
| THE OAKS/ -Address TUe Oaks, Applegate, CaL
! GIANT V FOREST.-" (Sierra "Camp)>-.de-
I ?'? llghtful tnountain retreat s for . summer ?'vaca-
j ;.« Hon. f 12 : a weekr - Key to high Sierras. ¥ Mts.'
- "Alta,^ SHlJman.; Whitney. Kings and Kern rlv-
• - ers. -. Finest fishing. . 5,000 big trees. Book now
i.vi for. July .' and \u25a0 "Anirust.V Address Broder & > Hop-
*•\u25a0 ping, " Kaweah."! Tulare California. " \u25a0
GUERNEWOOD .PARK.": on \u25a0 Russian river; fish-
ing,- boating and. bathing; tents and cots rented;
! lots > for : sale.'^Wrlte \u25a0 for ; circular. GUERNB &
MeLANE;? Guerneville.^ - ; v ; •, --:>'}' \u0084\u25a0-., '->. .:\u25a0;\u25a0.;•,... -..|
GORR^S^RESORT i
Neat ?West [ Enid i Station, t Saa i Rafael.-. ' Epicurean ]
dinners served ' under .cozy, arbors.' i Banquets ' and
parties.*!- '-RUDOLPH i D. JUNGSTEX; \u25a0 Proprietor,
fonnerlylof jSt/3 Germain.^ ; . :
'CITY SUBSCRIBERS WHO DESIRE I
THE GALL
;" MAILED TO THEM
At Summer Resorts
, Or Other Out>of-Town Places
\u25a0Will; please Botify office, slvjiig-- city
; address and * lene-|b iof - I lmeTd^slred
faent Itoj neTw;|aiddriMß^Oiß|retiiril«i, \u25a0
fj>le«seffiotlfyjfofflee > '^glng^der^th»t'
fier^celjS^^rrfer^^W^Jpromptl^
"resumed.": .. "'; :".?v-;\U ' .. \u25a0 ." ;\u25a0\u25a0 \*;~ s y ."\u25a0_\u25a0\u25a0*
McENROE, MEAT INSPECTOR
WASHINGTON, July . 22.— Thomas V.
McEnroe of San Francisco has been ap
point ed fa meat Inspector In : connection
with the bureau of animal industry. -
Spend Your Summer Vacation
IN 'SEEING the Beauties of tha GREAT NORTHWEST.
HEALTH and • PLEASURE Combined by Taking
'STEAMER TO PORTLAND
A DELIGHTFUL TRIP. OCEAN AND RIVER SCENERT-
S2S .OO Round Trip; $ 1 5100 One Way:
Berth and Meals Included
FIRST CLASS >- ALL TUB* WAY. NO EXTRAS.
'For Full Particulars Apply to
: -„ . A. G. I>. KERRELL, GEX. PASS. AGT,
. • SAX FRAXCIgCO A PORTLAND S. 9. CO.
' Room 384, Flood Building. Phone Temp. Gt!2o.
GO AUTOING
Have a GOOD Time This Summer
! Take a -spin; over -the new Pieta Au-
tomobile Stage Line into Lake county
and spend your vacation- at
HIGHLAND! SPRINGS
with "Will Mariner and Jo Craig:. Every-
thing first class. Bring your old clothes.
guns and bathing 'suits. *At home all
summer. Full *' particulars at Bryan s
Information Bureau, 17 32 Filimore st.
S.~F., or by addressing.
MARINER A CRAIG,
:./>.. New Proprietor*.
SPRINGS
\u25a0- LAKECOUNTY, CAL.
Cures all cases of kidney and liver trouble.
42 mineral springs. Hot snlphor and Iron plunge
baths. Magnesia tab baths. Reference: Any
guest- for the last 20 years. Rates. $12 to $16
per weak. Fare from San Francisco (9 round trip.
Leave San Francisco 7:30 a. m. via S. P. Send
for catalogue or • address J. W. I.AYMANCE.
Owner and Mgr., Howard Springs. Lake Co., Cal.
LAUREL DELL
;The Switzerland of America
Boating. ' marine toboggan, bawling and • other
amusements free to trues ts Write for pamphlet
to E.DURXAN. Prop..'. Lanrel Dell I*. 0.. Laic ;
county, Cal.; also proprietor La Trianon hotel.
Laurel Dell orchestra better than ever. . . - .
WILLIAMS AND BARTLETT SI'HIXGS
STAGE LIKE - . ,
Leaves Williams daily on arrival of northbound
train for Bartlett. Allen's, Hough's ' and Cook's'
Springs. ' Dally except Sunday for Wilbur Sprtßjrs.
Jones Sprintrs * and Snlphur Creek.* Seventy-five
pounds of baeeage allowed with eacb ticket. .
- WILLIAM QUIGLEY, Proprietor.
SARATOGA^SPRINGS
15 : dlffereat mineral , springs for hcaltb and
pleasure. Write for booklet.
3. MARTENS. Bachelor P. 0.. Lake Co.. Cal.
HOBERG'S
In the Pine mountains 'choicest cli-
mate. Phone, boa tins and swlmmlnjr. croquet,
hunting and fishing. . Best of meals. Place to en*
Joy country air;. $8 to $10 •\u25a0 per week. Further
particulars address HOBERGS. Lake county.
f;n HOTEL RAFAEL
| HI SAN RAFAEL
"". Hlnntes from San Francisco
.. Half hourly service. ; European plan. $1.50 up;
American plan, $3.50 up. Reservations may be
made for August and September.
FRANK X. ORPIN, Lessee and Manager.
Klamath Hot Springs
Resort for health and pleasure. , Fishing, bunt-
ing; mud and tub mineral, baths; fine climate;
stage dally from Ager, Cal. Write to EDSON
BROSvßeswick, Cal., for booklet, or to. PECK-
JODAH CO., 789 Market at., S.F.
JapaLri== CHina
.ROTJND' THE WORLD - •
TOUR LEAVES SEPTEMBER 24.
Send for Booklet.
THOS. COOK'&ZSON,
Flood BulldißK, 33 Porrell Street, 3. p.
, 135 OFFICES ABROAD. .
Cook's Tr a velers' Checks,* Payable ' Every where.
A Trip to Mt Tamalpais Tavern
For a: day of recreation." a night of* rest
and a morning ride dowg,the mountain
on the. t Gravlty w Car take the i boat via'
Sausallto and Mill Valley. Sunset and
sunrise as seen from Mt Tamalpais er?
beautiful. iThe accommodations and ser
vice rare superb. See 'daily paper for
time \ card. ALFRED H. JOHNSON. Mgr
TENTS^
CAMP PTJRNITUKE AND HAMMOCKS
AT FACTORY PRICES. -
'\u25a0\u25a0 W. A. PLUMMER
Tint and Franklin Bta.,'- Oakland.'
116-117 DRUM* STREET, Ban IWisco.
DUNCAN SPRINQ^
i Now open. ',. Rates \ from $1 i onward per : Week -
I H^l^Men^'^^ci"^^^^
CAMP T^LORyRESORT
'-' First class hotel : accommodations. ", ': Tent« «>^
tares and » family - grounds * unlimited. > Boittoe
swimming ; and .-; Grocery anTbuSSlr &
the ground. -Terms . most 1 liberal >'foS «i"
family.;^ Apply ADAM : BRBHM. Prop. * Wr
RICHARDSON sffli
Open entire year. Ten miles from Chlco CaL
; Send for pamphlets.^ J. H. . EICBARD^ON^T:
MONTRlolofir
' .; For rates and particulars Ypdlt ' - '' -"
;? \u25a0 C.- F. \u25a0 CAER, .; PropVT : Monte Rk».
MIVERS ORDER STRIKE
HIBBKKC Minn., July 22. — The wes^||
' federation of miners has ordered
ou£. all the ; miners . employed by th»
United Stttes company, here.
DARAISO
A HOTSPRINGS
JV «" r Ownership and Manasfpinent.
Grandeat and 3l«st Aecesslble of all
Resorts. OnJjr Seven >llles of Beautiful
Road. Either by. Auto o* Carriage.
Fine Antomoblllnar.
Waters Awarded First Prlae at St.
Louis Exposition.
Natural hot soda, sulphur. 'p!nnge and tuh
ii • il.**i 1 .** to HO degrees, for riieumatlsra. m»-
larta, Urer. kidney and all stooacb trontilesi.
Iroo and araenle. Altltnde. 1.400 feet. f«wUn-
mtng.' hantlnK. flahlnsr. bowllns. tennis, cr.-hes-
i^"^« Ex[>^ rril *" 8S ' nra - " Rwwd trip S*. . Rntf*
?10.50 to $IC Bath* free. Tralna lem»e Third
and Townsend at 9:0O a. m.: First and Broad-
way. Oakland. 8:25 a. m. . Returning arrlre In
Frlseo at 4:00 p. m. Information at S. P. Co..
or Peck's or H. H. MeGOWA.V, Prop., Parals*
.Spring*. Monterey countr. Cal. - v
Never a Duil Moment
SANTA CRUZ>
The Atlantic City of the Padfic— Tkc
World's Most Beautiful Play Ground
Opening of Summer
Season, May 1, '07
There's Only One
DEL MONTE
Golf. Sea Battta*. Motoring. Parlor Car from
Saa .Francisco- tw!ce dally. Seelal week-emi
rates. .. Free art exhibition; awl , **U-» . nl Ury at
California painters. Weekend golf tournaaient
durtns the summer." ' ' - \u25a0\u25a0*•- •"
Inqoire Peck-Jurlah Co.. 799 .Market St.? In-
formation Bureau Southern l'aelfle. Kioort bulln-
lag, or H. R. Warner. Manager. D»l Mont*. ' Cut.
Pacific Grove Hotel
&? , .- \u25a0
Formerly Hotel El Carmelo. Pacific Crire.
Vnaet the same ownership as the Hotel del
Monte.. A qnlet resort, with every comfort, at
most reasonable rates. In close touch with Saa
Francisco, 6an Jose and Santa Cms. Through
chair car and parlor car service to and ttua Los
Angeles and Saa Francisco dally. .
REDWOOD RETREAT
Alt. 1.000 ft.; built among keaatifnl grove*.
The. finest location In Santa, Crna mountain*:
plenty of frnlt; amusement h<iH:~ swimming
tank; billiards and other diversions free *o 1
guests; mlaeral •priftga;- ftaoing; $3 to $1O p-r "
week. Phone or.addresa R. F. Warlum. B. D.
23. Gilroy. Cal. \u25a0 *
VI LLA FOrSTEIV A Y
Under new manaremeat. Santa Cms aiountnin*.
3 ; miles from - Glen wood. : First cUtas table
Bowling, electric lights. Mlliarda. dancing pa>
Ttlton. elnb room; JIO up. Vbon- State Si. Send
for booklet. Rice Harper. R. F. D. 1. Santa Crna.
THE AINTLJSR3 '
Larje. sanny. well fnrolslied - roomi on <•»-
line, wltbla walk in* distaoee \u25a0 Santa Cn» beacD
and Seabrljht. commanding view of monntaliw
For partleulars address MIS 3 MARIE B. DB
MANGE. The Aatlcra. Santa Cnz. Cal. . '
HOTEL ROWARDENNAN
ben iMMqyn, cau
SOW OPEN
For reservations address " V <<*-
HBNRY O. WALTER, Proprietor.
HOTELMETROPOLE
• . ECROPEAN' PLAJf.
Most Modern Hotel In Sasta Cmi,
Rooms From 90c Cp. \u25a0
HEDGPETH BROB.. Props.
: WIL-UOVV RANCH
\u25a0 Dellshtfully located la the redwood* 5. miles
from Santa Cmx; spring water, frnlt, mHlt. ex-
cellent table; dalljr mall; telephone Snburbaa BT-
free coaveyince; » $7 per week. •' MRS. M J
CRAXDEIX, Santa Crai. Cat * *'
PRIVATE HOME FOR THE SICK
" Private home among the trees; big yard; warm.
" tm . n .\. room "i f^daate nurse in charge, v Rfcea-
raatln&j cured; eonflnement cases taken: nothing
refnued but conta^ioua diseases. LAURA THI-
SIUS. 80 Pecan View a y.. Santa Craa. CaL
SXTMMIT ' HOTEi— Cotttjrca. tents, , orebard.
redwoods, tennis, croqnet, .dancing. CiMoc. 'a
tharmlaß tpot 1b Santa Crua moantaltMi. Kound
trip $2.. 5. Carriage meet* trains. Rates IS U
2 . w « s - AND MRS. BOWMAN, props..
Wrights. Santa Clara county,. Cal. Pboae Summit
Hotel or Merrttt 2579. Oakland.
EL PIZMO BEACH !
Write for BooV I
EL'PIXJIO COMPANY,'' 1
\ ; Plimm Cal. J
HOTELS RUSTIC AISO
First season; entirely renovated; beantllul
f" 11 *^' I^°* tIa *- b*talng.'flaalng. hunting, daic-
£ g ' .^ w Hf s - erpWV tennis. Rates, fit to 512.
Iddres, A S^^lt I p^r C^ p^-
OF UFE W
-- JO»E3.HOT StTLPHtrE BPElSro»^Sure cm
tor rheum.^tbm, .malaria, poison oak, all skla
and. blood :*lseases.sS to $12 a. week. - Sus*
connects at Williams. Pamphlet at Bryan's Bu-
reau, 1 j32 . Filimore ; ttreec .. TILDEN JONES.
I'rop.. Sulphur Creek. Colqaa county. CaL -.
BYRON HOT 3pRKVCJS
The waters care rheumatism — the environment Is
perfect— the boter comfortable and supplied with
an unexcelled table. See Southern Pacific Infor-
?" V°? f » ur ** o »* ground floor., James Flood Bid*..
Peck Jadah Co.. TS9 Market it.; or address h^el.
HOTEL BELyEDERE
Ready for guests. Ample accommodations. New
•°»«*-- Private baths, fishing, bathing, boating, g
Address MRS. ?A. T. MOORB. BaLVKPSBS. /
m^ r . t — \u25a0 . .i.i iml . .
-I^^E»Cl^rajil^«nom« family rwort.
New buildins; plenty of slude ; bus dafly to hot
springs ;,\u25a0s!. day ; , |5 , week . H. - PELLX3SIKR.
D»T>IOUJnr2.p T i Ta te Summer ! Resort. Select
r* !*£ **• - Now ' •P^- Terms , Maaoitaal*. Mrs.
L. Johnson. KeatHeld. Matin Co.. Nortt SUsre V-

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