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HUGH M'GOWAN RUNS
MILE IN FAST TIME
Circles the Meadows Course
in 1 :39 Flat to Win Han
dicap Event
J. R. Jeffery
SEATTLE. July 24.— W. G. Tanke>
Hugh McGowan ran the fastest mtle
of the meeting In winning the handicap
feature of today's card at the Meadows.
Hugh McGovra.n and Cadichon. the fa
vorite, had the race to themselves at
all stages and the favorite^ would have
won but for having swerved twice.
Hugh McGowan won by a head In 1:39.
His owner had put the proceeds of 'a
swell wager won on Runsum in the
preceding race right bacl*. on Hugh
McGowan and thereby "cleaned up"
handsomely. Could I'm Joe have won
the last race instead of finishing sec
ond Yanke would have had the day
of his career.
The old mare Aunt Polly was boosted
by C. C. McCafferty to $1,000 when
sTie scored her fourth ' victory ' of the
meeting In the fifth race, but Ix»gan
Denny protected and retained her.
Willie T. heavily backed with "wise
money." came from " behind "in the
opener and »cored Impressively.
Mike Jordan breezed over the tiring
pace makers In the second when it
came to the final drive. Princess
Wheeler, heavily played, stopped after
leading into the stretch.
Ther« was nothing to the third race
at any stage except Runsum, whose
odds had receded in the ring for want
of support Aftermath, the favorite,
was shy of speed.
Rudolph Spreckels' Indio filly Sachet
won the clbslngr race in a gallop. E. J.
Ramsey, who is training her, backed
the filly heavily at even money. She
was one of the two winning favorites.
Frank Bain and Wally Brinkworth
arrived today from Denver.
P. 6. Roberts got In from Denver to
day with Lady Coventry and Silver
Heels. E. B. Jennlngß came with Anna
Karenina, C Williams with Chicorka
The Call's Form Chart of Races at Seattle
SEATTLE, Jnly 24.— Twenty-second day. Weather fine. Track fast. »H. H. Egbert, pre
*!fltnc Judge. Arthur McKnUrfat. starter. - .
1309 FI&ST RACE — Five furlongs; selling; 2 year olds; value $230.
Index.) Horse. IWtl St. Str. Fin. \ Jockey. I Op- Cl. -
, ©12 I Willie T 111 l « 4Vt 12 Loa^ue .. 2 t 8-3
1237 ! Sightly 106 4 2 1 2 2 Rettlj? ...... 20 30
11G4 iSaucy M 11l 2 3V» 3 1 Palms ........ 6 5
(1243>'Gluckstern 108 7 61 4h \u25a0 Mcntry ' ". 5 6]
1287 1 Rose H-. - 106 5, 7 2 5 1 Grts*s .- 10 15 :
1225 tGipana 11l 1 1162 Keoph 6 15
1243 tCorelU 109 8 Si 7 1 Manders ..... >8 8
1297 'Frank Rose 110 0 10 82 Lauby ........ 20-40
..-.. TLonlf "... 1101 10 »~2 8 2 Hoicomb .... 20 50
IJ«7 IFrlxeU ....|lOl 3 53 10 JArchlbald ... 10 15
1273 jMemorUe \u25a0 11l 11 Polled up |Hayes 15^.25
Tim*— -2SH, :43, 1:02. Willie. 4-5 place; 1-2 show. Siphtly, 20 place; 8 show. Saucy, 1 show. ;
Start «roo4. Won easily. Next foar drivinjr. Willie T drew away when ready. Sightly
end Sancy M, always well up. easily lasted the pace maker, Gigana. Memorize refused ; to
run^ ; " . \u25a0'/ — . \u25a0
« oln SECOND RACE — Five and a half furlongs; selling; 4 year olds ami upward; "
ljlU value. $250. "*-. - - ' -""- "' :
lnrtex.l Horee. lWt| St. Str. Fin. 1 Jockey. t Op- Cl.
12ftl IMlke Jordan 109 7 52 Ij4 2™**^,;; S «a
112« Dick Wilson \u0084..112 4 4 2 2 3 GoodcMld .... . 8 20
12*0 iMi*?Uief : 109 1 lh 31 Wilson ...... 8 8:
12*7 !Prince«> Wheeler 107 3 2 1 4h Rettlg ....... 7 5
' 12»1 ISusi*- Grerg : 107 5 3 1 sli Manders ..;.. 4 0-2:
• l»0 ImMtlns 107 2 Cl 0 >,A Davis ..../.. ;4W!
12^0 David Bo.and 109 10 72 72 »« ac ' ' ,S J^
i""4 M«itr«*s 10R 8 82 S3 Palms ... -10 40
l^i D^rVT..V.V.V- V..:......-.. -.-.:..-.-.; 102 6 OS 9 4 McK.e ...... M 40:
Uilf* JLnrenf 102 » 10 "> JBnxton ......1 10-20 i
Tiuie— -24Vi. :*3. 1:07>4. Jordan. 2 n!ace: 1 show. Wilson. 8 place; 4 show. Mischief, 3-2;
\u25baboir Start gtiod Won first five driving. Mike Jordan lay close to "toe. -leaders, for four'
furJoncs and In the stretch outjramed Dick Wilson. Mischief bung on well. Susie Gregg
found the route too long. Ambitions showed little jpeed. Princess was short
\u25a0«"«« | "TlilßD RACE— Fire and a half furlocgs; selling; 3 year, olds; value |250.
'imiTxTi -* Horgf. IWt) Bt. Str. fin. I Jockey. ;:\j Op. r«CI. :
I2f-S ißnnsum .:..... '.-. lf«l 1 12' ,1 1. iMnnders \u0084.."' 615-2>
-J339 Silver Une .' \u25a0 5<S C 5h '\u25a0 Eh Mcßae .:...:':« 9-2:
1227 rpipowcT . . I 10C 2 3 1 3h KeORU ....;. gO 40"
l nr n iDuke of Orleans iIOS 5 6 1 * 2 Gross ,~A 5
•Kutlco .-..". \ ilO3i 8 10^ 5 1 Archibald ... « .10
i«CS Illuilon '".".'. A. ...1103 7 2 163 Gsrpan ...... 5 5
l^tt JAfSnnith i.1....r )...Jloo 0 7h 74 Davis ....... 7-2 4>
™ BramM .--.104 4 0 1 8 4 » ißiddle .. .... 20; 40;
J«B O^S PrTce 1051 10 $l> 9 1 jMentry .....: 5.5^
Tlm< i -23U Ta PWTH. Runsum. S-2 place: «?-5 show. Line. 9-3 place; 4-s. show. Hlpoteca, •
a show ' start rood. Won first. four drlvinjr. Runsum should have iwnj ea»Hy. Her rider'
allowW her to twerre. Hlpoteca Is a much Improved horse. Tab Antlgo. Illusion ran ont
— , — — roCEtTU RACE — One mile; handicap; 3 year olds and upward; value, |450. _f •
TadeTl n^>. »WM St. Fin. | Jockpy.- | Op. Cl.
-^--- ,T-^: McGowan " «S 2^ 11 lh \V>". Kelly ...«. 5-2 7-2
/«<Kwi v«^ioh<.n \u25a0 ...........-\u25a0••• MS 4 «o £ A *ianaers i i
( iiw'Edwte'r. Fry«::::::::: « \ \\ \\ M * n n^ ......
1302 Tressure Seeker -- 00.- S \u25a0> 5 QUbert 10 25
=rrr- — rsrp — Tfol? — 1-131^ p3^ McGowan, 4-5 «>!ace; 2-5 show. Cadlcbon. 7-10 place; 7 ? 20
Frrw 7-20 fho'w. Start good. Won first two driving. Third easily. Cadlcbon was
££^" Bewi cut o5 en the first turn and run out at the head of the stretch. Hugh Me
r^Twaa wonX saving Ironnd on the turns. Edwin" T. 'Fryer outclassed Chimney Sweep. _
T^f* FIFTH RACE-61X furlongs; selling; 3 .veer olds 'and upward; value, $250.
ladex.l Hon*. - \*X\*X. X Fin. | Jockey. Op cT
1233 H«-e*fter .... 01 3 3 2 5% Charbonneau. 6 8:
t cWcr! b -:::::::::::::::":" ' 51 6 }»»» —\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ™
li Q e-:»%, :^.^l2^ P^ r \^
sbow. *£»« £?*- A^t Pollr waitTd on Hereafter tb tbe stretch, tben moved into the lead.
I £?Uat?*?2u&* «* " b^« Bolcgna. Linda Rose *M came fast at the end. My
CboJc* had little »pefd. \u25a0 • " ..,,..
f>+A and ft sixteenth miles; scUing;.. 3 year olds and upward;;
1314 ralo*. $250. -•'-'\u25a0'\u25a0 - : : _ — . . .'.. \u25a0 . , , \u25a0 , :
-— — j 5— -r — " ~~ IWtl St. ?4 Ftn. I - Jockey. | Op. Cl. •
iDflex-j H«n*»- : . .... \u25a0 — j-g 12 DaviK 1 6-5,
1382 4Sacb«»t - ""\u25a0"'n2 4 4h • 2Vt W. Ke11y.... 12 10
1275 I'm So* •\u25a0 '\u25a0: : "ill « 8H 3 M Palm« ....... 0 6
ISOI HI Caul Cap ..........-•••-••••-••• J^ - g. 40 Keo?h 8 10
1204 Colonel Bronstoo .* g 23 53 Mundprn .... 8 12
12*»d IDerfioca •••"•";-. "-"' 104 5 6 1 65 Galiudo ..... 7 8
127« Mire Mayßowdlsh •• *-* in 7 7% 7 5 T. .SulUvan.. 12 7
• 12«> Jerkfnll r "'"'\u25a0'." ''.'.'.'.!'.'.' 109 3 5h 8 -Gross ....... 20- 30
f ime— :24'-4 . :*»H. Jf 15. * I* 1 * Vnii*^ win S *«U*-'' *<>** '^ree' drlvingTlt was only a*gallop
%?**£& rm jSTrijST.SStIV »S3 Ut-nlPPed Hi Cam Cap -in tho final stride, \u0084
Err»ta~l»rac< ! "So^~Pg»g r< " >^ l> Ing prlce wa * 7to 5t : -
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
CIRCUIT MEET OPENED
SPECIAL DISPATCH-TO THE CALL.
' SALINAS, July 24.^-Tha northern
California circuit .racing MMon ,.wjj
opened here this . afternoon at the
tw-nty-nlnth exposition off the M<>"te
r^y county asrrtcultural association,
district No. 7. r >- i ?" t^^:^ The
tendaoce was unusually, large. \u0084The
clrd of harnew eventrww made up of
a 2?24 class trat and a 2:l«,cla»» par-
, After numerous fals« starts offlclal
starter's.' ». Smith, succeeded in get
tlS the trotters away to'a good^break
in the Sr«t heat of their "event." Dredge
took the !«ad in the first half and
maintained it to the end. followed
£os«ly by OlUeB and Monocrat. The
rollc was traversed 1n. 2:X9%.
The succeeding heats were exciting,
the' talent being eurprlsed b>' the
chanted result in the second, v Dredge
araJn tookthc lead. and maintained it
until, when 12 len f ths from the, wire,
he broke and , was passed J>y Fresno
GlrJ. which won Jn[2:ls >4- VFresno Girl
wop the third heat after a^pirlted
contest,' Dredge pressing V^^l os^ l^.
the-" r.alsh. She took the^" fourth
hS j£l y 'lt, favorite for th» 2:16 : class
pace, barely escaped »the :
first heat, wbich wa? Itaken by. Louisa
A This mire had . too much »p*«d for
'her field and annexed both of u.e suc
ceeding neat"- S u3imar ? : ".
.Trotting. 2:24 class: 5 111
Frr»»6 Girl _'\u25a0 '\u25a0 • • •:••:••:,•;*"/ ' -* ' '--\ . 3 . «• :»
Orrfljrp "-'"""'"-""' '..0 'JS'S
rartcante .......•••••• • • « , 4 - 5 . 4
o™* '..?i^Vib\i: r fci»w-s^^?. : >*?i : :. :\u25a0::
Seattle Selections
J. R. Jeffery
First ; race— Crl«;ll, Alice Carey,
Search" Me.
"Second race — Bennle Vaaiey,
Gerolette, Ripper.
Third race — Hedruoiit, Stormn,
Marie Antoinette.
Fourth race— Golden. Upbt,
CbarleH Green, ' Mike Jordan.
Fifth race.-— Tarrlgan, / al< *"
R rat It f ana Prince, Queen Alamo.
Sixth race— Frank Fllttne'r, Alta'
Spa, Chancellor WalTvorf.li.
Maid and C. White with Happy Rice,
Mabel Hollander and Oronogo.
Optician and Common-Sue were fired
today and will be retired until fall.
Entries at Seattle
First race — Six and a half furlongs, 6elilng:
ISO 3 SIL Wedding. 109 1269 itosearo .......102
1304 Search Me ..107 TJSO Hubiana .....104
1274 Maxtreßs ....104 "1292 Irish- Mall ...100
- 12S0 Herstla '.....104! 1241 Alice' C»rey 1.".M
(l2S7)Cris;U .......104! 1279 T«an\J» ...... S8
1282 Leash ....... lOii 1251 Elota ......... 03
Second race— One . mile, grtllng:
1255 T. Only Way. \<K)\ 3285 Lady « Kent ...IC3
li-S« Royal Scot ..105 1255 Bbnuet :.:.... lU3
3«2 Pay -Me .....1051 1255 L. Wronseinaa.lo2
1 275 " lUpper ... . . . 1001 I SOT Moor ......... 100
ISO 7 Bessie Vasey. 1031 12SS Gerolette ....: 08
1285 Betssle Welfly .103!
Third: race— One mile, selling:
.... John H ...... 1031 3293 Storma '...... 107
1307 Jlairlcr .1091 1280 Black; Clond. . .105
1252 Keflniont .....103) 1252 Taby Tosa . ..105
120S Raniona II ...107 1298 M.- Antoinette. 103
I*»S Carobora .....107i 1287 Dangrona Giri.lo2
Fourth race — One mile,' selling:
1291 Mike Jordaninil (lSo4)Can'arflo \u0084....m
1239 De Grammont.lll! 1189 Dutiful ......107
1270 Golden Lielit.lll) I*3*o Foncasta .....IOC
(12S6)Chas. Green.. 109] 1304 Jack Little ..lUS
Fifth race — One and an eighth miles, selling:
1235 Tarripan .... 121) 1259 Hooligan . .*. . ; . 121
1305 Bakersfleld ..1211 1301 CoX Jewell ..119
1295 Capable .....1211 1293 Queen Alamo. 11«
(1289)McG. Prince.. 121| 1300 Uay ..........114
SUth race— One : mile .and 50 yards:
1272 Frank FUttnrlOJjf HSO Lirlng. VllOl
1278 Piquet .:.... .102) 1302 Edith Jameß...loo
1300 C •tValworth.lo2! 1299 Alta Spa .... 93
WOMEN AUTOMOBILISTS
HOLD RUN AROUND CITY
R. R. l'Hommedieu
* The Woman's automobile club had an
enjoyable ' run around. the" city = yftsterf
day.- Quite a number, of i the members
followed the program. and had, luncheon
on the beach. v .Toe :af ternooh was spent
riding in the park.
Mri and Mrs. W. W.: t Wilcox of Colton
havebeen in this f city, for a few days.
They came up the; coast^ith a, party
of, friends In a: Franklin car,
having left».tbe south : a .week, ago Frl :
day. The "first stop!; wwatV t made '-in- 1 Los
Angeles. Then they.": went 'to Matilja
hot. springs. ;On the;«ray, to the springs
they crossed: one' spring; 16; times, inf 14
miles. /After leaving' the springs !Ot*Jy,
stopped at; Santa ": Barbara; San{ Luis
Oblspo, Monterey and ; San .'Jose.'
left, yesterday .afternoon'- on .the return
trip. In ' the ' party,' : besides : the \u25a0 Vf. W.
Wilcoxe3, arc CM-' Wilcox;and:Mr.:and
Mrs. M. A- Hebbard.
XV. -H. C. • Hynes,; assistant district
attorney of Alanifda: county, istour'ihg
the Blue Ja.ka cpuntry^with his Whitd
etcamer. He spent Saturday, at
springs and wrote .onVfTueaday; from
Midlalte,, Lake, county :i •* , i*C
"I forded ; ; the Russian- river^ threa
times.*- Homo of ' the .roads :iiere ' aro
very bad, but v . as, a greneral rul«'.the> r
are good." . I, "expect to* go to.Calistpg^
end, back by way -of *St. Helena; and
Kupa." \u25a0-;^ 1--.1 -'-. .
Mrs. Jolm; Collins or, Seattle: is .plan-,
ni n x t° mike- a ' tour to '. «an > Frunclsco
In her- White stoarrier.^ShcTA'rites; to
friends in this* cityJ-tliat, she :returned!
recently from" a- very; successful .jour
ney'' tUrouahout tho: northwest- in ; her
car, v . *•\u25a0'\u25a0- v 'A \u25a0 --."*. v , '>'. : :v-\
£fe:SAN FRANCE
SECRETARY OF BREWERS'
UNION TELLS OF TRIP
Succeeds in ;Work in Los
Angeles and Effects an
-Agreement
CLERKS WILL PARADE
Steam Laundry- Workers to
Ehjoy) Entertaihment
Monday Evening v
•~- Emil Murl, secre
( V^js¥^^ouftf;'L'^ i; tary ; of s thai- brew
'^^^^^r^i^' cry workers' union,
:.-. ;,- ; ' returned 'yesterday
; from .Los' Angeles- wnere he "succeedei
in having 'an^agreementrslgnedTbyjthe
employers > and their .workmen t for. La'
schedule .to" remain". ln/ force" for tnrefe
years. ; » -[. :.... '.> v %'%>&•' .">'; I.V. '\u25a0' ' : 'i' : 'v
--"There are 53 brewers .in, 'the union in
that . city." : said ." Secretary/ Muri, ;",'ahd
there. was no trouble in;havlng a satls
f aotory \u25a0, agreement .< signed • f or . \ three
years. ; t The I agreement -6t X the?: drivers
and tho bottlers^-whlchVhas^ stills has
two : years to" run— was ' not 'disturbed,*
but intime all agreements with' brew
ery owners will run concurrently. r After
the disaster: last: year there was: a "little
trouble, \u2666 with -the^ result -"t hat when
agreements ; were prepared there was \u25a0 a
difference in the time .'for which they
were to: run." ~ ..
\u25a0The /secretary also visited: San. Pedro
with .the Idea of unionizing the breWr
ers there, .having \been, given 'the '.Im
pression ' that 'there .were ' seven v or. eight
brewerymen'ln : that. place., when
I-got' there,"" sald"-'l the VI
found but « one "brewer,- and concluded
to : leave him In his loneliness for ; the
present." The proprietor^of the brewery
was agreeable -. to . > unionism, ;buf- .^of
course .It was impossible to create", a
union witli only, "one-man." . :
A committee from the] grocery clerks*
union-met with the retail; clerks* union
at 14 22 \Stelner street last Monday | and
decided to parade on- Labors day. -At a
future meeting amkrshal and aids will
be appointed and a regalia adopted. , ; r
Charles Lee, business -agent for .the
retail clerks and the drug; clerks, C who
has been 111 . for. several" weeks,- is now
Improving rapidly.
The steam ;• laundry .workers X ire ?to
enjoy a social entertainment next Mon
day evening. It .will be, under;the" di
rection of Miss Carrie, Parmer, Ml%s
Annie Jones, Lee' Cane, 1 George\Black,
Alfred Finlayson ' and Edward Platley.
.The gas workers of San Jose .-.have
notified George A; Bell, president of the
local union, that the agreement ; that
was ratified by the San Francisco union
last Saturday has been ratified also by
the San Jose union of gas workers.
" The laundry workers of San Jose,
who have been on \u25a0 strike?' for f several
weeks, expect to have ; their: co-oper
ative union laundry in operation by Au
gust.- I."". The building "and' 'federated
trades council will appropriate $20,000
to the enterprise, and , as . soon as the
plant Is •In { operation * all the members
of the union who are now^worklng else
where will return-to r the Garden V City
and work In the new laundry. :' A force
of men commenced .work at Fourteenth
and? Santa Clara .streets I last' Monday,"
where the new; laundry : is to be : estab
lished; -sinking a '\u25a0: wellY and preparing
the site, for : the Engine and -boiler
plants. . ' . .'.V- . - -
s Frank :Hepp reported^to ; the federated
trades' cpuncll. of 'Santa/.ClaraV county
recently "that ,-;he.-' had »:been • instructed
by the California state'league; to secure
"data relative" to. the . number of , Japan
ese and Koreans in Santa Clara county
so as to show'thelr. number,' occupations
and^who employs them. ;:
International President George '. L. 1
Berry of the printing, pressmen's union
has' accepted an Invitation \u25a0to ber the
guest of local No. 14 &, on August 1 In
San' Jose.': • :'.: '. '-\u25a0.\u25a0' r--'-' ,'\u25a0.'\u25a0.''. .^:-< : ::
The pile drivers' union of Vallejohas
levied an . assessment jon its?' members
In aid lof the | carmen: of San Fraricisco?
The plumbers of that city have taken
steps < against ,the competition of \u25a0 Jap
anese workmen/.; 'v
11. E. White, special organizer, Insti
tuted a local of the internatlonaV'broth
erbood of teamsters • with \u25a0,37'_ charter
members; in ' Richmond, : . Costa
county, last 'week.:: The following '• offi
cers were", installed: : '.William 'J.; Nor
man,', •president; '"'Thomas vice
president;." J.-, H. Perry, secretary-treasr
urer ; * J;\ Peres, recording ' secretary ; -M.
WilHamson,:conductbr;:N.>M.>Blanken
ehlp. warden ;: William iCrews,;;Tj;,/v it.
Paulson and C." E. \u25a0Walkup.r trustees. "
; The Labor day, committee of .the un
lons/'in San- Jose haft* been; kent busy,
getting^ e\'erythifig.* lnto\ shape V for • tho
parade.' Practically everjvunloii. man , in
the cltj'. will -.bi» in, the, parade and there
will be :inany: labor 'union floats.^ Tho
auditorium'"; has ?bee^;. secured."' for i- the
literary,' exercisps," "musical program ahil
ballCfArrangemerits-are .belng^ made
for; grounds where there will -be an \u25a0 op
portunlty. to have; games and races dur
ing* the ; afternoon. >:'Ths" general com
mittee has declared that no Jliquor will
be ,-': perm ttted .; at : -i any o assemblag* ')' of
labor men; dur|ngtthe-day;*v; ..; V:' •
\u25a0*. \u25a0-.' An , associatron.vof 'Insurance - agents
has , been formed >In •', Brooklyn,; N. T.,
arid Is. said ;tobe 'the first of the kind
in ,-the ;-r United '.'\u25a0 States. \u25a0;\u25a0; The "l; objects is
mutual 'protection. vlt Is called ' the in^
duetrlal - ipsurance T agents'- union. ..*;",'."
. The ; Rhode .Island ,''{ branch 1 pf ; |he
American federatlon'of "labor has taken
a posl live ! stand ; on . the label question.
Hereafter ..no' delegate^ w}U l be "seated
uriles^ his clothing.' carries ; the union
•label.:- Tv- -:"•:'-\u25a0:;; .-.' . v : : .. " •;••;">
The \u25a0 carpenters 'have 'more than- 1,800
unions In ; the;, United- States, s with Jan
aggregate membershlp^of I! 200,000. It
Is \u25a0\u25a0 suggested In the ; interest of;' better
unionism^ thtt^j 'district .councils '" bb
foriped all over; the. United; States 'and
Canada '.whereVjjuch ; do i not -t now : t exist,"
and," In v that i^way, = says : an ' advocate 4 of
theiildeaiy "spread VqutiaVgrandf spider
web 'coverlngithe.enUreoountry.tvLlk*
the > wireless ; telegraphs- these ' organiza
tions I,'or^ councils *cduldf: send Yqututhe
news.'i gobd; i and, > ? ba4;*'to !; th«" remotest
corner.**: of the > Jurisdiction." " .'\ ;\u25a0•:*."\u25a0
MEMBERS OF ONE -FAMILY ro
ALL IPICNIC) PRIZES
Enjoyable Outing Is Held by '[ thtsVße-
tail ; Grocers* Associatibni at
•- \u0084 SchuetzencPark/4 . ';'
;SCHUETZEN;;PARK;fJuiy424.7rM6re
than (6oo f personsjl.hrcin£red;thV 4 parkUo-
Ja'rV; and rtlj'e.*, various
charfc'o- of pic
nic ami reunidnlof i^ the; retail (grfoeff 5 of
San -'FranclscoXwer^warmlyjiicori^ratui'^
latcd i ori'^ thei excej) tlbijaily^ grdqd f order
maintained? throusjhoutsthc 'day.:. \u25a0 Not
an"T«icciden t'^Qcciirr^d % to i-mar^thej fss
l|vjtles,**ind^the[tSr£dj butihappyJcrow4 ;
loft tonisin: on'; d" special^ train :;iiiglily.
pleascdtwitirtheVdey'sYoutlhf?.' • :': '
<. The iraclr.gTconttsts \<&\\ i/won j by:
members, of Ulic:ColeminJfaniily.v'othen
.'winners/ uf. : ; con tests $,werclJ.-; Biiren'.'iW;
Greclejv^Mi^.VJ^vl'yle.MattiGreehla'ri
liigda... 1 \u25a0 ; ;:. V \V:.\ ..":\u25a0;•;\u25a0"\u25a0'- v "-' "<-'^\/s < - ' :^-
Shipping News and Gossip
of the Water Front
Pacific -Mail Liner, M
in^Commission by; the First of August f
V;' ; The big Pacific Mail . liner, Manchuria,
Captain Saunders, .will: be, turned over
to the: company *by; ; the. .Union Iron
works about the end \u25a0 of this month and
on August : 8 will : sail '« for the \u25a0 far', east
with freight and passengers.' The Mon
golia/the 'Manchuria's 'Sister, shlp.'; ( left
Honolulu; at :noon;yesterday. and should
bes here -next 7 T*iesday.zVAfter discharg
ing .cargo; the; jMongolla.will" be 'turned
over to ; the, Union" iron: works' forper
•manentirepairs.':'%:.:i..:v.,'.';\u25a0•. .:\u25a0;;.. ~Vi-~ l'-Vi"
.-;--: Repairlng : the Manchuria, which was
badly £ damaged on" a : coral i reef; near !
Honolulu, -was the? biggest .repair- job
on a steamship ever undertake^ m: this
country.- The Manchuria today Is as good
as -; new. : ;,The . Mongolia, Awhich ilwent
ashore at Midway; about: the ' Same .time
that-Uhe ; Manchufia"*struck ; the "coral
rqef In .Hawaiian '..waters,^ was ; also bad
lyrdamaged; "; The^ Mongolia V. was . ; re
pairedj temporarily, and, -placed^:in','cbm
mlssidn to -take', care fofitlie: trade juntll
the 'Manchuria : was ' .ready"; for sea ! The
Mongolia will now,:be? repaired perma
nently rfnd will ; .be!; out of • commission"
for ; -_several .months.*^' The; crew of \u25a0< the
Mongolia will- be : transferred to : the
Manchuria. • . ." 1,/ \u25a0'/\u25a0"• " \u25a0"
: ' "Watchman Falls Overboard .
',-\u25a0. M. S. Blackburn, Ta* "wjatchihari '''\u25a0 in the
employ.of the immigration: bureau, fell
overboard \ yesterday; as <he -was;!step
plngno* the sVallejo? street = wharf ; from'
the tug Sea' Fox.^, Installing: Blackbtfrn
struck the tug's; guard .'and sustained a
fracture^ of* the t right",: arm. He" was
fished Tout * of! the water* and' taken to
thc^ harbor "emergency; hospital. Black
burn had been to Point Orient 'checking
up the , Chinese % crew." of - the Standard
Oil steamer 'Ashtabula. , ,
,Buoy Reported Adrift )'
Buoy No. ;t 2 at; the outer; oiid of. the
south Jetty,; 'Humboldt "bay .- entrance,
was reported adrift:July t2lt 21; and* yes
terday the lighthouse : board ' Issued a
notice Uo: mariners 1 to : that effect, with
thepromiae that 'the: aid to navigation
would be replaced as soon r as possible."
Wnter Front. Notes '
Receipts of lumber^ yesterday by sea
amounted to 3,ooo,ooo "feet. -" .
The Kosmos liner • Merd sailed \u25a0 yes
terday for Nanaimo. i ' ' / . . ; •:.. \u25a0\u25a0 1
."The 'Japanese; liner -America "Maru,
from this port, arrived \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 yesterday at
Honolulu. " ..
;< David Crowley of the Crowley launch
compapy has .gone *, to': the V mountains
for ; a.-' two weeks';<.va'catlon.t: i : -; - . -.\u25a0
The; liner Alameda t sailed yesterday
from Honolulu at ,10 o'clock' a. m. - and
ls?due;hemTuesdayV\; fvg r-~^:r -~^ :
The tanker Santlago.-wlth'll, 000 bar
rels of. oil,", arrived yesterday fromMon
terey in tow. of thetug- Fearless. \u25a0 ;
coast; shipping News
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific T
PORTLAND, July 24.— The steamer '..'Alliance.'
Captain Olson, arrived jjlast .- ntghtY from Coos
bay,' a day late. The \ oriental liner Nlcomedia
arrived, in the harbor;this evening. ' Tlip steamer
i Redondo Is at Couch street \ dock r'ect ; »ir ing cargo
for Seattle ana other", Puget sound : jwrts. '.''. It is
?<:hs? <:h 5' dv ?* ? f 1 to, *aH tomorrow,- night. :. Th«-steam
schooner rCascoJ. cleared % this \% "morning : ": for .San
Frap^Uco ! with ;» jparlu^go "of .^ain. 1 ;^Two large
trampj:. steamers .arrived , here, 'today ' : to . load
1 umber for foreign ports, Hh'e; Norwegian steamer*
Thy ra \ and v the •? American steamer \u25a0: Lyra. ?j r The
.Thyra . went Jot the ; mills of ' the ) Inman-Poulsen
| lumber company J while" the Lyra" dropped anchor
in :the. stream. ; shift to the mills of the
> orth , Pacifli; : lumber ' company -\u25a0 as .\u25a0 soon •as pos
«'l>>?^ The' Lyr a.will take cargo to Panama and
the Thrra •to * the -orient. "'.. - "-- j •---\u25a0\u0084- ...^ -..\u25a0\u25a0
«.^^ RIA x- JuI r' 24.— The Bteamshlp^Ge6rffe
«.. Elder," Captain , Jesnen, arrived- today ifrom
; San Pedro and way ports with a general cargo
and', patseugers nnd -proceeded \* to :PorUond.'
\u25a0•Th« schooner :Virßlnia was towed .u p > the river
to load i a lumber ; cargo for San Francisco. • \u25a0>
\u25a0- The :; oriental liner '\u0084 16 days * from
lokohama,-, arrived this . aftornoon;. and "after
i passing quarantine. left for Portland. The tug
j Sea Rover, with- the oil barse Roderick Dhu In
tow." sailed today for : San Frsnctseo. - • : >
\u25a0 \u25a0*\u25a0'; SAN ' PEDRO. Julj- 24.— Cleve . Bosqueth :\u25a0 nt
Santa Barbara"' was in this port today -. and pur
chased the . strong towing launch Gussie M. He
recently bought--: the • cargo - of,-; the : wrecked
schooner -\u25a0 J. M. * Coleman. which • went *on • the
rocks :;at Sanr Miguel. island more than a year
and a^half «gt> and has taken off about 300.0<)0
feet of lumber, * which he is "going, to tow .to
Santa \u25a0' Barbara and '\u25a0seH.- .There 3 wa*' arreef
around tj the | wrecked I schooner ) which j protected
It.i.but it nanlc In the pand to' snch' an- extent
that '• it •; had- almost '.to be dug ; out - before \u25a0 the
lumber could* be reached. •\u25a0- --;,' . \u25a0 '.* • .-\u25a0 •\u25a0-\u25a0- >. \u25a0;<
i:; There >is talk of 1 the big ' *hlp R. : C. " ; Rlckmers
being towed to Portias Anireles to be discharged
on - account ' of 4 thr \u25a0 cost ' of - ligbtcrtas so : much ; of
the,' cargo '* here - from 1 th» outer harbor. \u25a0 .The
wharf at Port I Ix» s Angeles, is iv a rotten t condi
tion . and there . is , danger of Its being torn ' down
by -bavin?: ; «neh :- a >larg«, vessel rubbing ' against
it •• and i the \u25a0' Rickmerft - may ; not ; go there, m The
hull of :tu«rnfw>wettoo: dredger-City fOf ;it*d
lands.> being; constructed for- the -Lo« "Angeles
docfe and* terminal -company.' wa« launched'- this
evening at r tbe \u25a0 Fulton • marine construction ; com
pany's jl.tnt. >. The; wori of- installing thc.-mn-
Jihlnprjr*.: will j bf gin < at'" once. \u25a0 the •\u25a0 dredger .: to- •\u25a0 he
completed and ready 'for work bySepteciber.l. t'.
;. The schooner^Lt^jlso," Captain Andcrswn.-rar
rived *lght.; days ' fiom \ Gardiner. Ore., X bringing
400.00 ft ? f eet ' of t lumber consigned • to the i GanaUl
lumbfr- company :atl*» Angeles. ?•":-
\u25ba-" The North ; Paciflc steamship > company's I steam
ship : Roanoke, Captajn Dunham, » arrived ? this
mornmg ;- from » Portland - via ;\u25a0\u25a0 Eureka * and Ban
Francisco with 900 tons of freight and merchan
dise and a good freight and passenger list.'- The
Roanoke ' is scheduled - to clear ; tomorrow <on \u25a0 the
return \u25a0 trip. *,:t; \u25a0--\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0". \u25a0\u25a0" \u25a0 ; "\u25a0.,\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0-..\u25a0\u25a0„•:..-••: ••\u25a0.\u25a0 '^'>:
•-The achooaer/ Lottie Carson. Captain \u25a0 Stevens,
end the schooner *W. T J. Patterson, , Captain . Lan
caster,; finished 'discharging -lumber*- cargoes and
sailed today \u25a0 In. ballast } to reload,; the I former for
Eureka anq the latterfor Grays Harbor.?-. ,? r:
v;Th* I steam , schooner Helene, Captain \u25a0 Anderson,
finished discharging a lumber cargo. today And is
scheduled to <\u25a0 clear tomorrow for South Bend svU
San '\u25a0 Francisco -to ; reload. < i- • \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0•
1 The * steam - schooner - laqua, ; Captain 1 Johnson.'
finished : dtseharglne J that \u25a0 portion » of " a " lumber
e»rco - consigned i to | this | port • and | cleared } for
Redondo, \u25a0 wb«r« '; thf < remalader : will • be : dis
charged. C'j-' : " '. ' . \u25a0'/\u25a0 .,/. '\u0084' / '-'•'.• \u25a0;-" "3»C-"-'T^*
ArmT, Transport »
- Th« B«rn»Mf"I« l at-Se«ttlp. .: -
.-The Bufoi-d; '\u25a0 horaeward bound, >" left Honolulu
July . 2o. \u25a0*\u25a0-' \u25a0'-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0'- -"-\u25a0/\u25a0-""" ' '-'\u25a0' "-'\u25a0\u25a0'•v-'i -"».\u25a0\u25a0 -• '\u25a0'- \u25a0'- -• r ' '-.'i
"flic Crook left St.- Michael Jnly 18 for Seattle.
' The Dix ' has left- Honolulu; for '\u25a0 Se.fi tt!*.-- -
- ' TUe^KllpatricS'lSvft "Mewport News, - Va. : ' ".'\u25a0
" -The-I-ogamis-in; port. < \=- << r - \u25a0;\u25a0- -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 \ ;-\u25a0 '•' •'.-;
* The ' Meode" is : at ? New Tork. ; . Out : of ; commis-;
slon. v-t' ;iV»- '• • \u25a0'•.'*':..'"-•' -'-'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'.' \u25a0-': :\u25a0" '\u25a0•. .;\u25a0\u25a0 .-\u25a0
f-Tlid Injjalln'- is \u25a0 ftt.": Newport -Npws, .Va.; .;•;.:
.Tlie . SUerldan ' Is " ftt \ Mare ; inlaud \u25a0 undergoirix
rppairii.'*:..' \u25a0'-..;:'- \u25a0" : : .-"S>-~.*' .-.'\u25a0•• •. .y:.-.\j, ':->\u25a0.:
:\u25a0"\u25a0 ;.The i ; . Sherman '. Mued . July .\u25a0 H from Honolulu
for -".I ; ' : - '« \u25a0' .\u25a0•-:\u25a0. '. • \u25a0 '\u25a0
\u25a0'.*.Tlic-- Thomas, J homeward . bound, left • Nagasaki
juij-^22.- >: -/ ->••-•:\u25a0 '-\u25a0 : : " \u25a0 '•\u25a0 - '"-
.The Warren Is in port. t --
The i * Overdue "» l-lnt
U'r British ' liark i Criffcl. * nut ; 15,'; "ilayii ; from Syd-'
ne.v,"-.f')r :Qnecn»town,s 2.' : percent. "\u25a0' . \u0084 .-, ;.(
s '*Prltl?lii'; bark *I)Hn(lpnaj.l.} out r'.M .lays •'. from
Sjilnpy.*- fur: FnJraVmth,* or» '\u25a0 per cpnt. - - •• ;
.-\u25a0•l'rencbifibinflniKiiny.Trr.iilii. put ilSo'dsys. from
.Tfiiiiv;for.-ltnvreVtC;pff^.epi.t.' * \u0084 .' \u25a0; . -. ;
f-'alpi L^-hiTay.: m:r. l-JiV- days 'from
Gclonsr." fnvs Glas^w. lOix-v.: oent.; * ' r ';
»J ItalUn" *hipiOr«ali»;>flut 141 ilays from ». Walla-';
ron.-'.f«r."Faimi>'.it-!]. '<}\u0084\>er~cvM. - '
; -VNorw-PBinn?. bark-- Twvi.i..; out ?IX5' "ilnrs vifrom
New,,; CiU-donla.^ foiv llawihurs, ; ; v'« .j p.-r - ; cf-nt. „\u25a0
i. Orrmanisliip'iOKtara.^out'.iOl7dayssfromfHam
b"i:iß.' ft f..iV Santa ? RosaUn, v I2iiipr Scent. V> : -- - : "
M Swodlf h i ulJip; Grli)t'n,' t o'it.,i o.l -i^yn : fmni B jhla
B;niJ::». t»r Vt\Unw.tU. \2 yov cent.
m n-. i t Wi ! ship ; Jl.'f K^WatßOu,! oat* lii days , from
I(itilqne, I! i for; tht <»liinnel.\r,:r*r',c«'ut.i", :: - .-. '\u25a0\u25a0-':\u25a0
.I"s French « bark s Nruil'T.! utit ; 121 \ days' f r»m SyU
ney,t*f*rj'Fa!m<»wth.*<l<pw'rrnt.'. -, ,; ; :
\u25a0^.\u25a0^ \u25a0-:«\u25a0\u25a0•: ' :~ .•\u25a0••\u25a0<--\u25a0 • .:.' ' ' A ---..- ,- m :.'-\u25a0- ;. . \u25a0 '.:. ~,r:
SEWS OV THE OCEAX
Ctartcru"
.Thf .latent h:nil:rr 'I'h.irH-i-s r»porto<l are: The
BrltWl 'C ntconlr I 1 ;; Karl ;7of •- Dafi^las.f, from * Vnn
cmiver;'< n.^CifttoifpfirtJi; ia'aiiftnni'ed jStatei
\u25a0n'6rtJii'pfJ*i.'arieiiiatlrroji: I ! ]ir!!!!.;i':'BtMiiH-r. •>!.*. H.
Dollar;? from ,' r«s*t | teunil \\ 0/ ( "iiinn : \ab \p%\V.i, 11^
Smith.** f --on: * Ifiisei"; w»m»l t " \u25a0 Sydncr;* a n 2F« j fid.*;
fAli;nfithP-forfffOlnes««Te..imrtrre>l'pricrytoi:»r. J
rivair#^s«aaS^ l *«fS i&i ." - l'" .•\u25a0:,'"!&\u25a0\u25a0
WThe : f! prnin 11 : stliip It. f <;. : Uiokmors-Vht; '.; S.-(n
Prdro; *,' will S proc»>*d Ila 1 to B Newcastle.^
/ iwtralia.tan'J lr-ai! coal s ?or \u25a0 this | port. .oSffgsgj
Weather Report
v United States ; department : of « aßrtcnltare—
weather bureau, 8«n FranclsKs*. July 34,1 907. 7
. \u25a0:.'\u25a0:•;. ; - RAINFALL .: DATA"'.
• ••'•• . ' - Past :.\u25a0? Seasonal -:." \u25a0.
Stationa— 24 hours. - to date.^ Normal.
Eurekav..;...;....... 0.00 » ' Tr. 0.11
Red.Bluffi;. .:.-..... .'0.00 Tr. 0.00
Sacramento .....r:..: 0. 00 ' - 0.00 0.00
Sau \u25a0 Francteco,. ;. ';. \u25a0...: 0.00 : . Tr. - ~ 0.01
San' Jose ::r.:........-0.00 0.00 0.00
Fresno '....'...'.;. v.V.V 0.00 0.00 ..0.00
San Lais Obtspo ...... 0.00 \u25a0'-' 0.00 0.01
LoB 4 *Angeles..:v.;.. 1 . 0.00 0.00 O.CK)
San D1eg0V.'..".. ...... ,0.00; u.OO "0.00
\u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0-:-r. 1 :* -' .-:g--- : -"5-5' %- v <:y/^
STATIONS. g - - \u25a0 ..;. |\u0084cf
\u25a0-. ,?, |-|- i I- f
Baker .--. . : . : . . .29.92 :78 54 -NW ; Pt.Cld7 -00 ;
Bois«.;-. ..: . : ::; \u25a0 :.:.\ . . i 53 • ..... •;." . . .-.'-. i ;oo
Eureka' ..:.;. .80.00 58 52 NW . pt.Cldy .00
Flagstaff o. r.*.*.M;B4 -.72 ;54 NW - Pt.Cldy .74
Fresno- .....';...\u25a0... .. 68 ........... .00
Independence; 29.789 2 70 S Cloudy .00
Kftllgpell \u0084........<.. 48 ........... .00
Los '^Ange1e5. .'.29.96 80 62 W Clear .00
Modena ......29.88 78, 64 W Cloudy-- .00
Mt f Tamalpals.29.9fi r7O 81 W " Clear .00
North :: Head.;. 30 .0- SS; 54 'NW 5 Clear' .00
P1i0eu1x :\u25a0;. . . . .'.29.84 88 72 SW Pt.Cldy - .14
Pocatello 'i.-.-.V.29.84 88 60 \V Clear .00
Pt. Beyes Lt.29.04 58 -51 SW Cloudy *--'.00
Portland- ......29.94 78 06 NW; Clear • '-.00
Red Bluff . . : . .29 .80 " ; 94 170 SE \u25a0 Clear ~ ; . 00
Ren0r......V-.29.80 ;90 •'M SW PtCldy .00
Rosebnrg .".... ..'.\u25a0.\u25a0-•...•CO- .'...''\u25a0.''. r.V: ?,."*. 00
Sacramento "-v.Bft.BS.'' 84 56 S Clear .00
Salt - Lak« .'..'. 29 . 5<$ 84 "' 70 N ; Cloudy Tr.
Sao Diego; . ...29.94 T4, ; 66 W Clear .CO
San Francisco. 29. oo "02' 52 >W Cloudy '.00
San ~ Joee .•, . . .29 .04 SO 50 NW Clear ;. .00
S. iL. 0bi5p0..29.86 . 78 52 W Clear -.00
S. : B. Fara110n.20.97 '50 32 NW Cloufly .00
Seattle- .;.;.. .30.04 84 -52 '. NW :: Pt.Cldy .00
Spokaue >..... .29 .92 82 54 SW Clear j;. 00
Summit,; ...... ..../(W 41 NB Clear .00
Tatoosh \u25a0-\u25a0;:....-. 30. 08 60 52 8W Clear .00
Tonopah ; . . . .. ;20.82 ,' S4 66 .8E Pt.Cldy Tr.
Wlnnemucca ...29.84' 92 ;52 NW Clear .00
Yuma . . . .'. .29.80 I9G 80 S Pt.C'dy '\u25a0- .00
;'.'".;-\u25a0; .. \u25a0•vi -::\u25a0;\u25a0' .SYNOPSIS \u25a0\u25a0; V : /;'i:-"-v.:
'£. The V pressure 7 has -^ fallen ' -. slowly ' along v .tbe
coo rit -; north *; 6f .-, San I Francisco. > but it .is not
likely '<: that 'any. depression will develop along
the coastr'.Tne; 1 weather^ 'ls -cloudy , In the
Sierras, and-, thunderstorms . are, . rei>orted N ln
southern Nevada.- Utah - and "Arizona. v Conditions
are ' favorable ;' for - thamierstorms . more or less
heavy i throughout the valley of the Colorado.
V*,Tne I temperatures have remained - nearly ' con
stant ";• in 5 ; California: - Afternoon temperatures
range ; from : 80 \u25a0 to : 96 degrees in s the \u25a0 great val
ley and from 60 to 70 degrees alone the coast.- :
: ;-S7 ; !: ;>:;'::;:. FORECASTv -•;.'\u25a0 ,'^ .
\' : Ban K Francisco , and \u25a0 tlcinlty — Fair Thursday,
with. fog ; lh < the morning: ' light toutbwest wind,
changing: to" fresh .westerly.
*. Santa . Clara . Talley— Fair ' Thursday; light
north' wind.. ;;\u25a0.--: - v - \u25a0-:•','; \u25a0',: ±, • •'
• Bacramento \u25a0 valley — Fair -Thursday; light south
winaV -v;.:. -f r-" : \u25a0;'- " ?i'-~"r~ "\u25a0' c ' \u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0"-,\u25a0'- -\u25a0 "
- San "\u25a0 Joaquln* Talley — Fair;. Thursday; -possibly
thunderstorms ; in . the \u25a0 afternoon -in \ the Sierras;
ll^Uf west .winfis. - . : . \u25a0 . ' s '.-\u25a0 . \u25a0-, \u25a0
. Los .Angeles and . vicinity— Fair Thursday;
light west .wind.' > •-• A. G. McADIE. .
. ; --' '\u25a0 • • . ...District Forecaster. s
SHirPINO; INTELLIGENCES
\u25a0':'\u25a0'' ; /\u25a0 ABBIVED.
•\u25a0-.;\i'-' >r.5 • \u25a0• -Wednesday,' July, 24, \u25a0\u25a0
\u25a0 Stmr-Hilonlan, Johnson,- S days and 7 noun
front; Honolulu - \u25a0 \u25a0 '\u25a0"\u25a0 - , . ,- .
-> Stmr -Vanguard, Odland, \u25a0 24 hours from Hu
reka.'-.'.-.-ir-•-'.'•'-•\u25a0;-: "- \u25a0 - \u25a0-.%\u25a0\u25a0; '•"\u25a0"•'"; — -' • - : ,'..
Strar Charles NeU'in,' HAmsel itis, 23 hours from
Eureka, \ bound -• south.'-- 1 Put-, in i tbt \u25a0 passengers: *
-^Stmr^Mayfafai-Olsen,- 63 -hours from Willapa
harbor.- \u25a0\u25a0.•.-\u25a0-•'. ?/•*;'"-.: V" -.\u25a0\u25a0'_*—\u25a0\u25a0 .;-.
;\u25a0'::\u25a0 Stmr; Prentiss, Schilllnsky, 24 hours from Eu
reka. -" \u25a0 - - .\u25a0\u25a0 ' \u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0. \u25a0 - . \u25a0• ; —~ .
- Stmr ' Gualala, , KJellin, 11 hours - from Jenner
landing." ;.- ;... . . :\u25a0 \u25a0
~. Stmr: Nome City. Hansen. 64 hours from >
bound south. 'Put ; in to land passengers." T
.. . Stmr ' Cascade, "Asplund, 65 - hours from : Grays
Harbor. w ; \u25a0 "\u25a0;•.. \u25a0\u25a0;:--•\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 -..*.-\u25a0 \u25a0 .
CiStmri Whitesboro, ;- Ellesen,' 15 ; hours from
Greenwood. :.-\u25a0'- \_. '.:.,<..,,. \u25a0. \u25a0:.; /*•>....-'*-,'*\u25a0
\u25a0?'BtrarSvea,.'Allen, r SS hours from Clalne. W . '
'i-Stmr 'N»ti6nal- City, 'Weber, 14 boors from
Noyo.™'— \u25a0-•\u25a0\u25a0 .:'-' •-\u25a0•-\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0_ : . .\u25a0 : :\u25a0\u25a0-, \u25a0:- \u25a0•_-.-• -.-,•;
Stmr Santa Crus, Carey, 10 hours from Mon
terey, i -\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 J-:- '-:\u25a0\u25a0:' -' ' - ;.\u25a0•-*: : ; \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 • - '. -
\u25a0,".' Schr ' Santiago, v Parley, ' 15 hours from Monte*
rey,* in tow of tuy Fearless.' ' -
\u25a0 r CLEARED
/ v *\u25a0 -..Wednesday. July 24.;-
Stmr State of California, Giclow, San Oi>>go:
Paelflc.Ccast steamship oorapwny. \u25a0'- • \u25a0 -. v . .
>\u25a0 :Ger stmr Mera,. Reiner, Nanslmo; Kosmos line.
* Stmr^ Siberia. • Hongfeonu,"-' Shanghai,
[Nagasaki, Kobe and Yokohama; via Honolulu;
Pacific Mair< steamship i company. <' \u25a0'-\u0084.:.
*' Stmr ; Newport, •Russell, Ancon and tray ports;
Paciflc:Mail 6t«Amithlp> company. : " \u0084
•\u25a0• Strar i Coita • Rica, * Mason, ' Astoria and Port
land; San FranciK'o and Portland steamship com
pany, v \u25a0\u25a0; * ," .'. \u25a0' •-\u25a0 ;•\u25a0" \ ':' \u0084\u25a0\u25a0-. '- '; ;'; '
Stmr Pomona, Swanscn, Eureka; Pacific Coast
stcamsliii* company. - - \u25a0 \u25a0. \u25a0 ' . '>'
.-.-^ :-,' SAILED "... :
jHSsgSl^^^^l®*Bßa¥^.' Wednesday, July 24. .
Stmr Indiana.' Graham, Honolulu.' i
\u0084 Ger: stmr Annbis.'Van Salzcn. soattie.
Strar Hanalei,' Ravens, San Pedro." .
\u25a0 Stmr Charles Nelson, Ramselius," Sap Pedro. .
' ••; Stmr Aberdeen; Iversefl.Kurefca.- •
,'Btmr. Santa Crua,* Carey, Monterey.
• stmr Mera,'; Reiner, Nanaimo, B. C. \u25a0
. ' Stmr South Coast, Pnulsen. 1 Ca«>kr. ' . V"
'\u25a0- .. Br etmr AsUtnhula, Hsrwnod, Hanchow.
; Stmr Albion." Hansen,- Bowens landing.
. Stmr Sea Foam, M lllcr.i Mcndocino.';. .-- :
•\u25a0"•\u25a0' Stmr. Brunswick," 1 EUefsen, : Fort BragjfV.
" Stmr Del. Nortec Paßford,: Crescent City.
•; Schr Sehome, -Matlson,- Kvcr«tt.v* ' -
V S<:hr Newark.' Ja&nuen, EjrxDees landing.:
.;-Rtmr Nom(> City; Hanson, Sen Pedro. \u25a0 :
\u25a0•Stmr Fair Oaks, Peterson, Grays Harbor.
.\u25a0\u25a0• '\u25a0:'<\u25a0;:< -TELEGRAPHIC ;\u25a0;•;
i POINT .•: L 0803, -; July • 24, 10 p. - m.— Weather
fopgy, -:. wind southwest; . velocity • 10 miles : per
hour. " \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0- '':\u25a0'\u25a0 '. •• .-.\u25a0'., 0""-- •- \u25a0." • .-,-,•
\u25a0i- TATOOSH, "July 24.0 a. . m.— Weather cloudy,
wind southwest; velocity 5 miles j*r hour, : \u25a0"-\u25a0?- r.^
•"DOMESTIC PORTS •:-- .
COOS " BAY— Sailed July 24— Stmr .Tim Butler,*
for San i Francisco; - stmr Jl."y Vir. I'lant, fur Sau
Francisco. v .;;\u25a0-;,...\u25a0<,. '^ -i \u25a0\u25a0'.\u25a0- \u25a0'•\u25a0---\u25a0\u25a0 -'"• "\u25a0• *- ; '-??.
.' . SAX -' PEDRO-Arrired . July \u25a0 24— Schr Louise,
from'Umpqua rivei'. >\u25a0\u25a0.• ; - -,\ ~* -, . \u25a0•• ,
>'A Silled . July v 24— 8chr Lottie : Carson, - for . Eu
reka ; i schr .\v.' J~ Patterson, « for . Grays Harbor.' ; -
-;- Arrived July 24 — Stmr Roanoke,. hence Jsly 22.
•-'< JDNEAU~S4iIed .: July .24-^S.tmr Dolphin, for
Bkagwsy. •>•'* "- -'\u25a0 u.~ \u0084 /ti^:.-: •-\u25a0 \u25a0- -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'-. ,- •. .
e\ Sailed July 22— Stmr Cottage City, for Seattle.
\u25a0 Sailed July 28— Stmr Santa-Rosa, for Seattle..*
SITKA— • Sailed "\u25a0; July ; 23— Stmr > Dolphjn, ' for
Seattle. >- v ; \u0084\u25a0 v • • -\u25a0 \u25a0'•.<\u25a0•.,\u25a0. -. . . . . : . ..
-EUREKA— SaiIed July 24— Stmr City of To
pek«, i for "Saui Francisco." " - v . , ' , >.'
,* SEATTLE— Arrived "July SS-^Stmr Spokane,
from > Sltka ; stmr ;. Colonel X.; Drake, hence
Julr'2o. *-.',\u25a0_;:.••;\u25a0'•\u25a0;: .-.- '\u25a0 - : - "\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0,., -.: ;•
Siilled July '24^-Stmr ; Al-Ki, itmr: City of
Seattle . and ' stmr Jefferson.; for Skagway. \u25a0 . '
Arrived July aa — Stmr Buckmaa, hence
juiy;2o:-- : \u25a0':•-;\u25a0'.' .-;^. ; - ;-..-\u25a0 ;-' ; -K-- -"-.;.-- =:
Arrived July 24 — Stmr Jeanle, ' from Valdc*. -
r -> ASTOHIA— Arrived ?" July 24— -Stmr \ George. . W.
Elder.'- hence "July ' 2O.\tla ; Eureka ; , Ger. stmr Nl-'
1 comedia," from' Yokohama,* etc.-' •-.-.'' \u25a0 \u25a0'
.'Arrived July 23— Stmr Lrra, 'from', Tacoma. :•
I; Saiknl ' Ju«y * 24^Schr t Roderjck • Dliv, ; in tow ' of
tug Sea Itover.-for Uavlota. .' . .: -_,
WBANTA / BARBAKA— Arrived July 24— Stmr
: Santa ?Jl6Blca,"Mieiic© 'July TJ. \u25a0 \u25a0,'-.\u25a0'"
-t BAN DOX-^-Sa lied July 23— Stmr Elizabeth.
! for'BantFranelsco."...' :, : ..: V" •-. , "..,.
r.j Arrited * July 24— Schr . Oregon, - hence • July ; 8. V
"«\u25a0? GAVIOTA-^alled^ July ~ 24 — Stmr \u25a0'- Rowcrans,
for Honolulujl with • ship \u25a0 ilarlon > Cnilcott ' In tow.'
. ": FOBT; BRAGG^-Solled' July National
CJty.'-forfSan'Franclsco.' • ;\u25a0; ; • ' '!/ • * ' ' v
.•: ABKRDKKN— Arrivtpl -' July 23— Stmj* Wasp
aud iWestf raf r,"i lienec \u25a0? July • 19 ; . stm ts r Nonv<V)d
aud.Tamaipals, hence July 20; sclir U. C.iSJade,
frdmSlloßimlur . ; ~ ' ; ". ' <-.'-,«< . . _ " :• • ":'*.:•
'?? SJniled 1 \u25a0' July ?'\u25a0 24-^-Stmr • Carniel, i f»r -San '\u25a0 Fran
'cUc«v-.-» \u25a0=- ---; >-i -'- r '•".•'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0-•\u25a0.•-.\u25a0.\u25a0•\u25a0.... \u25a0 \u25a0>';.\u25a0:\u25a0<;\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0-'
?- SKWAltD— Sailed \u25a0 July 1221 22— Stmr ; Portland," for
Seattle. \u25a0>*\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0" if. :-\u25a0?{- -;.\u25a0,•; C. \u25a0:•:-> 5jV- "— <\u25a0> , . •;•<-:.- \u0084.- \u25a0 . -.;
s-; SAN-TE DIF.GO-^-Arrlvcd July 23— Scar Lucy;
from« San , P«x1ro; 'i sclir : . Taurus, s from * Evarctt." "^.
" ' PORT '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 LO.S sAXfi Kl.KS— ;Arr!vcd «> July ; 23—
Barge i Uufuf * E:\Woo<l.^ l»euc« -July; 2l,* ln tow ; of
Btuu'sFranrlaill.. -Leggctt." •\u25a0•\u25a0'*'.•". • \u25a0• ' \u25a0
\u25a0 TATOOSH— Pasw-d w outw-avil Juiy 24— Stmr
Tami'iw, 1 1 twin • »t>att!<», \ for. Kan Francisco. "« > 'Tif<*
\u25a0£*.\u25a0 i»£«-H«sl (outw.ini I July .-24^3 tmr \u25a0 Santc - Biriiara,".
from * S.T.ttle. -i for: San \ I'f^lro. ±k- - ..... "\u25a0•\u25a0 J'\u25a0 • '
•i -" POINT sKKVKSTT-i'afrscdS: south; Jtriy 24, 2:2."V
p.' v m.'— Stmr * Vangijarrt.'ft fmm v Rtirpka.' ' fur S.in
KrancKM.. ' \u25a0; ' '-. '\u25a0 •\u25a0.?''.- - - \u25a0- . i
; ' \u25a0>ji > cs*pd-VJijly*"-4rr-Stmr -Johan<;Poulnen. ! rrit'i ;
YesM-Tln ton r ;-fr'im ; 'Aßtorla,*;for'Kan Francisco. - ;i
-: :i HOQUI AM— Arrived : -j- J«iy v 23-^-K.rUrv ' <.;<>!*lon |
Slin:iv« lir-ucc July 4 ; ': sctir \u25a0 W."; X:> J<-.vett. hcn«e |
f•. Siiiio.l ' Julj- • 2-S— Seht-s, Arlf! j and Rallor . C.y. \
foriSnu^Kfin^Jsoo.^ •'\u25a0.-..:;; .• .. j
'•BAN;JUANiDKFI)CA— Iu-straJts July C4—U !
S \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0stmfiColUinbine.-j.friimJcntW'.V;: ' -' i
,'.\u25a0„••-- ISLAND :POKT«- ," . . .:
SillONOLKLU— Sailed /July * 24-^-nr stmr ; Toxlo, i
for^ijt'tria.^-- \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 -^Ir'f \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0: :^--- \u25a0 , ...-•'- .'\u25a0.:. \ \
*% Arrived 'J July '-'\u25a0' 21— Jai> \u25a0': 1 1 ui r - A wor lea, v. M % r.i.' i
lHince^JnJr^'lS-"3-fiT : Chlnj: *tnKiN«>l»?astan;;£r:Ba j
Salina Cruz ;ibktn ! Hrtrievvr, 1 ; from* Urays \ Harb ir.: :
«aS«l'rfdf Jutr^^.^iorc.tm.— Kt:>ir;Al!imrTta."*r>r !
S.int Francisco;? ll T ;ii^m.— Br.'#tmr,'slat»nkß. <>io? j
A'tctwria'a li:-i C. ;- 12 ; ni.— Stmr; Miin^lia* V>t \u25a0 Uai i
Frnnciw-o. " • \u25a0 .•'- \u25a0'..\u25a0\u25a0- • :
\u0084-«•; : - -FOREIGN PORTS n ,: ,->.; -, ,
•J5J 5 : 3 TALTAL— ArrlTodrJuly, IS-^Gor bark ; Thalas>a> I
JroftisPtirtkß'ak.^y:;^ '' - , V; S : : '---.r-i<-r «c-:i
fe«sHAX(rllAl— Arrived \u25a0•;.•}— Br/ «tinr
Streth.m-:ifrt«TS?Aßtrtrh». .tI« Vict..ru.. .
iSgpKA<;i£YqH&Vl>-^Pa«se<l jJu'y?^— BrSshlp
Glcuilvon,^ frjmfAatwcrp.r.fvr.l'ort -Townsisud. i^|
Movements of r Steamer* -
_ . „.. - -;- ; - TO ARRIVE \u25a0 - ' V ~ ;
?V' :,..-'> 7 From :-'- ' . [ -.-. Steamer 1 ;I>na
P.etjondo .*.. ;....'..... .} J. *S.\'Hi£ein»..lJuly 5.3
Oxiullle Itlver ........ Fliaabetli .....July 25
Honolulu ?".'"•"•"'" nilcnlan ...... July 23
Cooa Bay ...1..:..... M. V;> Plant... July 23
Sam Diego & Way Port* City; of Puebla. July 2^
Point ' Arena & Albion .-. I'omo ... .- July 25
San .Pedro . ~....;;.v. . F. A..K«burn. .: July 25
New v York Tla Ancon.. City of Panama. July 25
Humboldt '..V. ........ City of \u25a0 Topeka. July 25
Humboldt- . :.'.:. V.T..;.. North Fork >.".;: July 23
Bellineham ;:...„....... Corooado " ...... July 26
Portland &\u25a0 Astoria..;. Caseo-.;. ;.....- July SO
nmnboldt v . . • \u25a0•.-\u25a0 . .'.". . Kureka . . .; . .. . July .»'
San Pedro & Way Porte Bonita July 2«
Honolulu A Kahqlnl.v.". Xetsdan ......: July 28
Grays' Harbor . ..;.,;. CiOLlndauer. July 27
Seattle ..........;;... Santa Barbara.. July 27
San Pedro .-.:..:.*...".. Roanok* ........ July. 2T
Kel » River Ports..-..;.. Anso ...... July 27
Ancon via Aeapuico Azt«o ..". July 87
Seattle .........;..... THeben.. July 28
Humboldt r.'.-...:..r .'.-. . . : . . ivmona- ... .". ... July 2S
Mc-mtocino & Pt.' Arena Sea Foam July 2»
Orayg Harbor .-.•;".•... ..iCbebtHs ....... Ja y 2»
China '&; Japan... :..:.!Mcnpotta ....... Jnjy j9
Portland A.Way Ports. |G.\W., Elder... Ju y 29
Grays Harbor, .i....:: CtntralU ....-- July i 9
Callao ...... . . . . ...... Cuciqu* ....... July 29
San Dleso & Way Ports State of Cal.'.V. July *»
San. Pedro .T.......V:. Hwtialel ....... July 29
Honolulu '\u0084 *r rr.-; . . . . . . . Alameda Joly 30
Seattle. A Tacoa»a;..T. BtK-kman ....... July 30
Mexican Ports Curacao ....:.. July 30
Tahiti \u25a0.:.:.;.:......\u25a0. Msrtposa ...... July SI
Pajret . Sound Ports.. . .jpvesident July >»l
San Pedro & Way PorUlCoos Bay ...... July »1
Portland -&^ABtorla..:.lCoßU. Rica ...: Aug. 1
_\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0;\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0_; . ,-. . - TOSAIL. --\u25a0 - ..-'..
>" ;.-"\u25a0': Destination \ Steamer | Sails |Pie?
July 25— : - I ~7~~~ r ~" ~
Lo« -An«el«i; Ports... ..) Nome-- City.. 10 am IB
C-ccuille. River :.;..'.;.. (Monterey ..:. *•
Hvmboldt S<uth - Bay.. . 11 am 2 ;
llumboldt .....:. Pomona .... 10.30* 9,
Grayß Harbor ... ; . Xcwbursr •: ••• •"* pm 10
San Diego & Way Ports State of -C4l- 10 am 11
Cnina & Japan ....Siberia ..... lpm 42
New York via : Ancoa. . Newport ... 12 m 40
Astoria & Portland..... Costa Rica.. 11 am 21
July " 2ft— >-- • ' " • i*"
Havre A Way Ports... Jaurpguibery. 20
Willapa Harbor ....... D.= Mitchell * .'
Coquille River .: Elizabeth "..
\u25a0 July 2T— \u25a0 •'\u25a0/.
Humboldt ............ North- Fork. Bpm 20.
C0058ay;:... ..:;.;.. M.,F. Plant. 4pm 8
ITirtiand & Way Ports. Rcaook« .... I.SOp 13
Humboldt \ . . . . .\u25a0"... .... Vanruard : ; spm 2
I-0%, Ansreles Ports.... S. Barbara... lpm 2.
Humboldt \u25a0 . . . .7 . .". . . . . City Topeka . lo.:;0a » •
Los Anceles Ports V. Kllburo.. 4 pm 10
Point Arena & Albion.; Porno ...... Bpm 2
Seattle -ft Tacoma . . -V. Watson - .... 1.30p 20
Ptiget Sound Ports . ... . President ... 3pm 3
Sun Pedro tt Way Ports Bonita 9 am 11 .
- Julr 2S— - ; \u25a0 -.-f '-\u25a0\u25a0 .
Kel River P0rt5....... Argo ....... 11 *m 10
Hnmboldt ............ Eureka .... 9am IS
Sau Diego ft Way Pfirts City Puebl*.. 10 am 11
"Jnly 20 — „ , \u25a0 I . • .• • • -
rx)s -Anxeles Porta !CLf halls ... Ipm 16
Grnjs Harbor ...... .".IS. \u25a0 Monica... ...... 2:
l.os Ansreles Ports... . O. W. Elder opm 13
Grays Harbor ........ Corontdo ... 3pm 10
-July 30— _ - V - '\u25a0\u25a0
Haaiburc & Way Ports Tneben ...... 12 m 13
July 31—
Point Arena . ..... Sea Foam ..4pm 2
to* \u25a0 Angoles Ports Hanalei .... .4 pm 10
San Pedro & Way Ports Coo» Bay v .. 4 pm 11
Grays Harbor .:..;... G. Llndauer. 2 pm 2 St
Honolulu &:Kahulul... Nevadan .... 12 m 23.
Aujrust 1 ..V-. ' • . .
China & Japan... ..... China ...... lpm 42
H0n01u1u , . ........; /...|Hilunian ..U . \u25a0 -
TO | SAIL PROM SEATTLE
..-'\u25a0 Destlnatloa . |\u0084 Steamer ;* t Date
Valdez & Seward...... Bertha ...."..... July 25
Valdez & Seward ...... Jeanle ......... July 23
Ska&way & Way Ports. Spokane ...:... July 2U
Skagway &Way Ports. Cottajje City .. July 2S
Skagway &. Way Ports. Dolphin .:...... July 39
Nomt" & St. Michael... Mafklaatr ..... July *t0
Valdez & Seward Scnta Clara .".. Auc. 1
Nome & St. Michael... Hyades Aug. '5
Skagway & Way Ports. Dirigo Aujr. 3
None & St. . Michael . Northwestern \u0084 . Aug. 5
Valdex & Reward.;.... Saratoga ...... Aug. 8
Valdc« & Seward...... Portland ...... Aug. 10
THURSDAY, JULY 23
Son • rises .. . . . .". . .' .s:CgjSßn . seta 7:20
San and Tide
United State* Coast and Geodetic Survey — Time
. «nd Hetehts of Tide at. Fort Point. For city
'front (Mission street wharf ) add 25 minutes.
Time : '\u25a0-- Time • Time ' Time
J'ly Ft — — Ft" Ft Ft
; :;,.-. L.W .:.'• H.W .. .. • L W HW
25.. 5:2» —1.4 12:421 5.2 5:19 2.S 11:15 6.1
28.. 6:15—1.3 1:27 5.3 6:15 2.8 ..:.......
H.W L W , , H W L W
27.. 0:10 5.? 7:oo— fl.J> 2:OS 5.4 7:12 2.5
28.-. 1:06 5.4 7:42—0.3 2:50 5.4 8:12 2.3
29.. 2:OS 4.» S:2B 0.3 3:32 5.4 9:1«J 2.1
30.. 3-.18 ,8:18) 1.01 4:20} 5.4 10:28) 1.8
Time Ball f
United States Branch Hydrography Office, Mer
.•--;chants'. Exchange. San Francisco, Cal., July
\u25a0 24. .. 1907.. \u25a0 ::,.---;' -,*- ': ': 0..V \u25a0- \u25a0 --\u25a0
•\u25a0The time ball on the farry. tower did. not drop
today.-: '- , : " ','„ :' •J. C. BURNETT, "
'--.\u25a0"-\u25a0 ."\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 Lieutenant. P. 5.,N.,.tn Charge. .
U. S. Branch ' HyUrographlc . Ofllc* . .
A branch of the United State* liydnigrapla lo
OfOce, located 'at-the Merchants', Exctjange, is
maintained >\u25a0 in , San Francisco for the beneOt of
mariners, without regard tP nationality and free
of expense. - NaTlgators aie cordialiy invited to
\u25bclslt the office, . where complete sets of Charts
and sailing directions of the world are kept at
hand, for comparison and reference, and tha lat
est information can al-xay* be obtained regarding
lights, daotfsr to navigation anJ all matters of
interest tQ ocean commerce. ' •'- . "•' • -
' J. C. BURXETT,
1 Lieutenant, U. S. N*., in Charg*.
YOKOHAMAi-AniTed Jhlj 21— Br star Em
press of Japan, " f rtm "Vancou-rer. '.. ,\u25a0< -
-r Arrl-rwJ July 24 — Ger stmr Arabia, from Asto
ria.; Br »tmr Empress of Japan, from Vanconrfrr.
NANAlMO— Sailert July 23 — Br stmr StratU
nalrn. for Melbourne. •" - - \u25a0••-.'« "- - . . .
t VICTORIA— Arrived July 24-Stmr Al-Ki, from
Sissr^Tny. '\u25a0 : " " ' •\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 "T" \u25a0 \u25a0"'\u25a0\u25a0•
BREST— Sailed July IT— Fr sljtp Detail, for
San Francisco. - - • ' **'\u25a0" • - .
HOBART— Sailed July JT~I>- bark Le PMer,
for Orecon. "'-\u25a0\u25a0-• - ---, ' *
.. LYTtLETON— SaiIed July -10— B* f*mr Ajmt
rlc, for Guaymas,- ria Newcastle. N. S.-VW- „-.. -r
GAtETA COLOSA— Sailed July 23— Sftip S. D.
Carleton. for Newcastle, ->. S; W. -,: t
- SAIGOX — Arrired July 22— Br stmr Tans
T«ie. L from ; Taet»ma.*~ -\u25a0-\u25a0'- \u25a0• '-'\u25a0-. ";.
'PL'XTA - ARENAS— SaiIed July. IS— Ger stmr
Hermonthls." for Hamburg. • V
--. MONTEVIDEO— SaiIed • - July . • 20— Ger ." stmr
Sals, for ' Hamburg.
-HAKODATE — Sailed July 24 — Ger itmr Eva, ;
for San : Francisco. > • • • •
• -\u25a0. - 1 OCEAN STEAMERS
; NEW- YOEK— ArrlTed July 24 — Stmr Caronia,
from LiTerptxjl. -.•; - .- •-\u25a0 • ;.»..\u25a0-=
v Arrived \u25a0:\u25a0 Ju! r ~ 24 — Stmr Kalsw . Wilhelm . der
Gfo»s<>. from Bremen;, stmr Oceanic from South
ampton.". ", • •\u25a0 \u25a0--•. '• . " \u25a0•- y '.-.
•\u25a0SAIGON — Arrived July f — Stmr Yangest*,* from
Honskontf, etc.. .for Taeom«.
_\. MONTEVIpEO-^Salled \u25a0 July 2<y— Stmr , Sab. .'
/JT\ BACK EAST
\TiBr * a EXCURSIuNo
First Class Excursion Tickets good tcr
come back within^9o days-r-good to
. • stop over at ; the Grand^ Gariyon'enrbute
•rrgood for-passagc eitHer onthejEali-
forhia Limited or either of our daily
Overland trains, and with other ad- ;
vantages; wilt be sold as roilows:
; On August 8, 9, 10, 19, 20 and 21
Ana September H, 12 and 13
. ; - pWf?S9 and 'back $ 72.50 - 1 Council Biaffs, la.s - 60.00
St. Louis, M 0.... 67^50 Sioux City, 1a.. 1 62J5
Kansas City, Mo. ,60.00 St.. Paul. Minn... 70.00
Ornaha^- Neb. ... .60.00 Minnsapblis.Mir.n. '
' \u25a0 -.-Mcmp&C'.Tenn.v 57.30^ : pul4th; Minn.i;;- '-\TiSQ
' . Ne-«r>Orlcans,: Li. 67^50 : Houston, Tex ::^'..'JKM
:>Ajch|sen|;Kanl;.-'/.'.(5
>. 'St."; Joseph, Mo. : 60-03 ißaitoa^ Mass .'••-. l 09 r 5( ?
'•'"\u25a0 T'***' W* ' ' *T"" i _- " " ''"" jj.j <} f C '" - '
CALHOUN IS SEEKING
$5,000,000 IN NEW ISSUE
Preferred Stock Increased
From 200,000 Shares
» I to 250,000 .
STRONGINDUCEMENTS
High Dividends and Re
\ demption on Attractive ;
\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0
Basis .Assured
The United Railroads is trying : to
raise $5,000,000 by 'increasing Its. Issue
of preferred stock and offering extraor
dinary inducements to attract purchas
ers. A high rate of dividends is . as
sured, investors are guaranteed prece-"
dence over all present stockholders and
the stock. is ultimately to be redeemed
at $110 a share, no matter the market
price.
A- certificate of increase •. of capital
stock was filed yesterday ---wUn~. the
county clerk. .It bore th« names
Patrick Calhoan. George B.' WlUcutt.""
A. C. Katns, J. Henry Meyer. Thornwell
MullaUy. William M. Abbott and Geofgo .
'£: Starr, directors of the United Rail
roads, and recited that &t a meeting
of the directors on , June 22. , at whlca
all but three shares of the company*
stock was represented, it was'unanl-*
mously voted .to increase the number
of shares of preferred stock from . 200.
000 at a par value of $20,001X000 to ,<
•250.0Q0 at a par . value Of $23,000,000. •
The new preferred 'stock, /it was set
forth, should take precedence*, over all
other . 'stock, both preferred _ and; com
mon: should draw dividend* of ,7 per
cent out of surplus net "and
should be redeemable at the option of
the company, after six months' notice,
at $110 a share.
United Railroads was quoted. ln -Wall
street Tuesday as follows: Common.
$36; preferred, $U; i's preferred, $71.
This means that the latest Issue will ba
redeemed at $39 a share more than tho
highest figure now being bid for the
company's ;best stock. .
According to the certificate filed yes
terday the United Railroads* previous
Issues of stock footed up 4Q0.000 share*
at a par value of $4d,000.000, half of
the stock being common and half pre
ferred. stasn^H
JESUIT TELLS HOW THE
BLACK POPE IS CHOSEN
Rev. William O'Brien Pardow. S. J.,
lectured last evening In Sacred Heart
hall on: the subject, *-Th« Election of
the Black Pope," the -head of the. Jesuit
order.' Father Pardow wai one 'of th«
7S delegates* representing provinces of
the order In all parts of the world who
assembled in Rome to elect the father
general. The electors were . for four
days in a house without communica
tion with the outside world and devot
ing the time to : considering the best
man for the place. The election was
held in the morning after mass, had
been celebrated, the delegates, fasting.
When the man who had recently been
the brother, of the others became their
father general the assembled brothers
kissed his . hand and promised him the
obedience of 16,000 Jesuits all over tho
It was necessary. ..said Father,Par
dow,-that the man -.who .was elected to
fill this position : should ,be conversant
with affairs in the different' European
countries and there " had ' never " been
an American father general elected.
The speaker gave a rapid survey of
his trip to Rome, dwelling on, many
Interesting points that escape th« or
dinary tourist .
Father ' Pardow was Introduced by
Father Joseph P. "McQualde of. Sacred
Heart church.' A short ; musical. Pr
gram was ' r«nd«r«d- The lecture -was
under the auspices of . the Helpers of
the Holy Souls and * goodly sum was
realised for ; furthering their worV In
the'girls* club. 135 Golden Oate ay«nUß.
CAR FRACTCIUCS /MAX'S SKULL
. James \u25a0 Qraham. Janltpr of the John
Swett grammar-school. wa» rxm 1 Sown
yesterday by*, an outbound McAllister
street car while crowing the track r±«ar
Franklin $tre«t. His skull was, ftac
turedand he may 4i«. It was «ai<i by
eyewltntss«s , that the motorman.'of
the c»r \u25a0 did . not show proper «ne.rgy
in trying to atop th« car In time to
prevent; the accident.
from Sail FarnctscO, via* Valparaiso,, etc..' «w
Hatatrars. , «r .\j \u25a0- '\ "'rVll''-
MORoßAX— Arrived July 24— star Ascot, from
Portland." Ore., for Ntwehwanf and Shanghai. •
SHANGHAI — Arrived Jnly 24— Stmr Stratnrye.
from Portland.' etc.; for Newcastle-. \u25a0 . '-' .\u25a0 :
TOKOHAM A—Arrived July 24— Stmr ArabU.
froai I'ortlanit, fur H^nxkoae. etc.: sttor Em
press of Japan, from Vancouver, tot Honsk«n».
LIVERPOOL— ArrIT«d July 24— Saar Cinni
nia. from \«« Tdrlt. - - -
HONOKOSG— Arrive«l prevfons tn Ju!y 21 —
Stmr Minnesota, from. Seattle, via T.-ilscihami.
\u25a0 SUEZ— Arrival taiy • 24— 8 tmr Cyt:iop». tr*a
Seattle and Tacoma. via Yokohama.* tte.r ft*
London. '. .^. ' \u25a0' \u25a0 " ' .-.-'. '•' \u25a0 :•
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