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News of Four of the Counties Bordering On the Bay
Woman Confesses That She
Stole Jewels While at
Work as Servant
Two Men Besides Plaintiff
Declare That Prisoner
Robbed Them
OAKLAND. July 29. — Marian Foley,
also known as Marian Hartley, and
said to be the woman who killed State
penator Foley of Nevada several years
ago, pleaded guilty today when- ar
raigned for the theft of ,125 worth of
jewels from Mrs. Gracia Pillsbury o»
Berkeley. The theft occurred when
Mrs. Foley was employed as a domes
tic in the Pillsbury home. The prin
cipal article taken was a . diamond
bracelet which was recovered in a
.Broadway pawnshop, and Mrs. Foley
was arrested soon afterward for the of
Prior to her arrest for the theft of
the jewelry, there was a complaint
\u25a0from a man named "Whetson, who said
that the woman had been in his employ
end had stolen several articles of
\u25a0women's wearing apparel. He also
said that he feared that she would re
turn and do him bodily harm, as she
had told him that she had killed Sen
ator Foley.
Mrs. Foley was identified by James
McCarty, a drayman of San Francisco,
as the slayer of Foley. McCarty said
that he had known her, for a long time
and also accused her of having stolen
a diamond pin from him. He went to
»cc her while In the Jail and asked
lier about the pin. She told him she
•would get it for. him as soon as she
was released from the Jail. -. . r :
District Attorney; Brown said today
that before the passing of sentence on
3(lrs. Foley he would investigate ' the
report that she was the slayer of Sen
ator Foley and that if the report were
verified it would have considerable in
•fluence in determining the term of Im
Son of City Official Says He
Will Fight Case Up to
Highest Court
•* * _
OAKLAXD. July 29.— George C. Da
vis, the. son of William R. Davis, chief
counsel for the city of Oakland in the
,water front litigation, who was ar
rested ' yesterday on a charge "of
violating the automobile speed limit,
was arraigned fn the police court
this morning and asked that the case
go over a day to plead.' . Davis said
that the methods of the police in deter
mining the speed of automobiles were
ridiculous and announced that he would
fight the case through the supreme
court of the state if necessary. :
* W. R. Heyneman, a merchant of San
Francisco, who was . arrested at the
.Oakland mole, after speeding through
West Oakland, pleaded guilty to a
'charge of violation of the speed limit
-and was fined $20 by Police Judge
'Samuels. Heyneman was seen running
at high speed b.y an officer who was too
far away to stop him, but the officer
boarded a train and caught the offend
ing. autoist at the pier, just as he was
boarding a boat for San Francisco.
C B. Lastreto, who was arrested In
"East Oakland for violating the ordi
nance, forfeited |1C bail by failing to
.appear In the police court when his
.case was called this morning.
Clyde Simmons and V. V. Newell were
Bned H each for failing to have proper
.muf3ers on their motor cj'eles.
Adds Oakland Harbor Tract
to Heavy Holdings
for Terminal : _*~4
P OAKLAND. July 29.— The Western
aclfic railway Is about to close with
•W. A. Boole & Sons for the purchase
of the shipyards property at . the foot
bf Adeline street and adjoining the
railway terminal property on Oakland
. The acquisition of the lands gives
the Western Paclflc additional front
age on Oakland harbor and increases
'their estuary facilities considerably. It
is said that this part of the lands will
.be used for shop and~ warehouse
storage purposes.
LIVERMORE. July 29.— Walter M.
B!gsbee of Hllo, Hawaii, and Mrs. Leila
Bennett of San Jose,, brother »end sis
ter, met accidentally a week ago after
16 years' separation. They arrived at
Xlvermore on the same train, not recog
nizing each other until . they -.were at
the home of their sister, Mrs." D. D.
Eramlnger, \u25a0. - . . '
the name c
I French Government i**n j t'ttw^*^
•j Natard AiKsiiae
I Ueedk at mc*ls * prevents i i
I DYSPEPSIA nn<l cures; JsSIShaU i
\u25a0 GOUT and INDIGESTION SaZ£~fZ£& |
I % Ask your. Physician \u25a0 j
Harry Kleinschmidt Tells
of Returning Letters
Sent to Sister
Asks No Questions Regard
ing Visit Youth Paid on
Night of Tragedy
BERKELEY, July 29. — A coroner's
jury at the inquest into the suicide of
Frank Bellows this afternoon returned
a verdict that Bellows* death 'was
caused'by, a cyanide poison self admin
istered. The jury did not pretend to
give an opinion regarding the cause
which impelled Bellows to kill himself.
Coroner Tisdale examined but one
witness who was supposed to know
anything: about the -young man's life
and habits, and this witness, . Harry
Kleinschmidt, was not pressed to give
details of his knowledge. He was
with Bellows Friday night a short
time before Bellows took the poison.
He explained that Bellows had come; to
return a watch he had borrowed, and
that he took in exchange a packet of
tetters from Kleinschmidt.
Bellows is supposed to have written
these letters to one of the Kleinschmidt
girls, and the return of the epistles
was^ apparently the conclusion of a ro
mance. Bellows left Kleinschmidt after
getting the letters, walked. about fifty
yards from the Kleinschmidt residence
on Claremont avenue and then^ swal
lowed the poison he had brought with
The letters were not found on the
body and their whereabouts is not
known. . v#
Coroner Tisdale evinced no curiosity
concerning these letters while Harry
Kleinschmidt was on the stand. He
asked no questions about them, and in
explanation of his indifference to this
phase of the suicide case said after the
inquest that he had not noticed that
Kleinschmidt even mentioned the word
"If I had heard him* speak.' of let
ter's,"- said Coroner Tisdale after his
stenographer had assured hinf of the
testimony. "I certainly would have
queried him about them." '
.Kleinschmidt refused to discuss the
matter .of the missing letters. On the
witness stand he said Bellows had
often discussed suicide with him. in a
general way, but not as though he ever
thought of ending his own life. Bellows
wap in poor health, according to
Dr. J. E. -Shafer, who examined the
young man's body, said that. Bellows
was a well nourished youth. His age
was 21 years.
Railway Magnate, Enraged
by Assessor, Will Not
Build Lines
LOS ANGELES, July 29.— Henry E.
Huntington has wiped Paladena off the
map of his contemplated electric rail
way extensions and improvements and
has announced that he will not spend
a cent for betterments In that city.
The reason given is that the Pasadena
city assessor had the temerity to place
an assessment of $300,000 on the Hunt
ington lines within that city, an in
crease of $400,000, and then the assessor
added to the sting by intimating that
had the Huntington people shown a dis
position to be fair .and had they
promptly filed their assessment lists
there might have been" a lower assess
ment People in the districts which
were promised electric car service 'are
so. greatly enraged that they are de
manding that City Assessor Kellogg re
sign-or that the mayor remove ; hini.
Another thorn in the Huntington side
is'hls failure to secure coveted property
near the mouth of Mlllard '. canyon,
where he proposed to establish a recre
ation ground and pleasure resort. A
religious organization "beat him to If!
and purchased the property for a camp
meeting ground, and the members say
they want no car line to the grounds
the. representatives of Huntington state
that his decision is final and that he
will build no more lines in Pasadena. "..'
STOCKTON, July 29.— Senator George
C. Perkins has written to the secre
tary of the Stockton chamber of . com
merce, relative' to the projected deepen
ing: of the San Joaquin and Mokelumne
rivers. He has ! made a cursoryj exam
ination of the report on. the commerce
of this port furnished by Colonel John
Biddle, the United States engineer, and
in commenting' thereon says: \
- It kppuis to me an unanswerable argument I
In favor.' of \u25a0 the covernmeTit lending -it* ns*ist
anee ', In deepening the Saa ~ Joaquin river from
Stockton to the sea to 15 feet of water.
With the - modern appliances • for . dredging • I
<Jo not think \u0084t he. cost would :be - excessive.
Tliere being, no single , track or exclusive - right
of way on- the river, 1 thus Riving, free compe
tition. It will be of. more benefit to our people
in regulating freight ; rates < and . fares \u25a0 than .• all
:tbe railroad, comialisKiods In tlic cmntry.
I believe .that if \u25a0 Colonsl ;, Blddle *• makes the."
proper, representations. , which ; undouhtodlr he
will, both as to ' the / prpsent and , future * condU
tlons and prospects of derrlopment . of ; the ag
rlcoltnral - r^sourcei 1 • of • your great ralley, .' your
delesatlon in con?re«B trill .be able to; secure
an " appropriation , for . the', purpose.
Lighthouse' : Official' Doubts ..That
Steamers -Will ; Make- Second '-
Trip ] North . This Year
PORTLAND. : July ' 29.— Captai n Wer
llch, in charge of * the thirteenth; light
house district,' has "returned, from 'a' 70
day journey :inYAlaßkanTwaters.'< -
7He brlngs.news that business. is at a
standstill In the Nome country^ because
of ,labor.' troubles," and fit] is ) doubtful ', I f
steamers Ih\the| Nome; trade; will hiake'
a. second trip north . this_ year, although
they expected -to ; handle, a larger ton
nage, than" ever, before. • •
, OAKLAND, J uly 20.—^Af ier stopping
a; fight between a his "own:and a = strange
dog .today 'Jl; H.; Strickler/- a "gardener,
was attacwed by both dogs arid. severely
bitten.? His .Uiumb|waslbadly lacerated
by fills- ownf irifuriatedfcdog". And y : his
clothes i torn/ by; the other'animal before
he could shake ' them off . \ - ;
Berkeley Women Seniors
arid Junior^ Form a ' |
New House Glub
BERKELEY. July 29. — Under the di
rection of Hiss. Lucy Sprague. '\u25a0•. dean
of .Women at' the. university, the: coeds
have organized a new house club'un
der the provisions of : the. home -club,
loan fund. The new club includes r a
number of the most prominent -seniors
and juniors. * Miss Cora" Thompson has
been chosen house " manager. : A name
for the organization will 'be selected
later. • The club' quarters are to be in*.
a large # house at-'2327 ' Bancroft H wayf
The furnishings have been, procured
with : the assistance of"Mrs.L:.J.,Rich
ardson, wife of Professor Richardson. - j
The member3hip i rolitof.:the' new; club
includes the following well known .col-"
lege- women: ' . ..'—:'• .*,-,..
Seniors — Mrs/Cora Thompson.- manager; Agues
Stewart, Ethel 1 Campbell, Erllth Grey. Velma
Shartle, Edna Praoy, Bern ice' Carponter. tnes
McCall, Naemi Anderson,* Elisabeth Kedrolivan
*ky, Ethel Hamilton. " \u25a0 - . " \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 " '
Junior— Miriam Caldwell.' \u25a0
Sophomores — Carrie Thomas and Mabelle
Paulson. I ..... . ;"-,--- .
California Delegate to the
Medical Convention
Describes Trip
OAKLAND, July, 29.— Dr. O. P. Ham
lin has returned from a- trip through
tho east and Europe, with Mrs..Ham
lln and. their son. Oliver. Dr. Hamlin
was a delegate from 1 the state medical
society to the annual convention 'of the
American' medical association'at Atlan
tic:city.;; \u25a0:,:..\u25a0\u25a0..'..-;;;\u25a0.:.:: ' - \u25a0' " . ".
Before | that ' distinguished | body of
professional men, many of the most erril
nent physicians and surgeons; in: | the
United States, Dr. -Hamlin read* sev
eral papers and took part in ; the scien-'
tiflc discussions. 'y : - ' \u25a0
In their tour of Europe theHamlins
visited many places'- of interest. At
Rome"* they .were given an audience
with the^pope. . . /
Dr. Hamlin made a; special study of
hospital and surgical work abroad. His
conclusions were: • ..-"' -'JaiiSSsßg|B3B
"I am\ satisfied that the American
surgeon is the equal* of tha European
operator in technique. We , In this
country may not; give' the time to
reaching, decisions that^ our. European
brethren do, but . that is more the fault
of the .American - patient than of; the
physician." ' '\u25a0"'""..'.
San Francisco Lutheran v Pastor Is
Chosen Alternate : Head of Pa
. . cific.' Coast District ;
OAKLAND, July] 29i— Forj the .first
time* in the ; history.jiof {any : synod of
the V Norwegian'! Lutheran ," church .'; the
English -language: was;, used •? today ri In
the convention of the "..Pacific! coast dis
trict in Stl, Paul's church.'Thlfty-second
and Llnden'streets." I All' sesslonsfuhtil
the : close are to bo ! held ; ln}Engllsh. \u25a0 .: , :
V During, the af ternoon 1 Rev> X ; C. Fobs
of \u0084 Everett,' -.Wash^C was j" fleeted
dent of .".the", "district, \-witnv Rev. Je.j'm;
Stensrud:of; Trinity Lutheran, church of
San -.; Francisco", as -alternate.* 'Further
elections of - officers wliri.be "';. held
morrow. ' - .\u25a0;\u25a0'• -. ' ";•.' I*-' \u25a0;'\u25a0•-;\u25a0'
T. Rights Rev. ; Dr.lV.'; Korn of , Decorah,
la?,, who T is ; president r*of . '".the"; national
synpd,. is "present 'and: takes part lin the
prbceedings."/;;Though°; inVhls^j eighty
second. year the venerableTclergyman : is
activeVandHeads in; all^;dellberatlons^;* : :
Motorman Loses ..Control -and j Polk
Street Passengers V Are
ened v but ;. . '_i
Car 1528/ of the^Onondaga^ and i> Polk
street.; line .became" unmanageable i la to
last ? night ; and .-"dashed .^Wildly/Zdown'
Mission , .'\u25a0;. street: >' from -'; the';*; corner i of
Twenty-third, 5 street. ;. At the , intersec
tion" /of Twenty : fpurth": andi ; Mission
streets it left<> the: track- and i crashed
Into -,; the \ dry goods s store ? .of "»W. '. a;
; Wynne. \u25a0 ,','.•; ;;\u25a0 :\":--V '-.'\u25a0\u25a0;/.'. '\u25a0\u25a0;/. ' ':")\''/ ;-;-;. : -.'r- v;; -'; : ."
>;,The^' ; " occupants^ (of ;\u25a0;_! the^ car -.(were
thrbwniabout.l but j nobody yWasHiurC " :
"; The^ windows *of ? tiie store • were" de-*"
"rhollshed-!; .';"\u25a0 -1 .;. \u25a0'",. '.> \u25a0\u25a0'.';'.•' r''*V :'':'\u25a0' ;'-r-.-. "--.•'\u25a0 '. l .
Storm^ Scene at City Hall
Rehearsed in Presence *
of ILarge Crowd
x-raVJphoto shown
yaudeville; \ Singer . ; Claims
: Girl^s^Father Clubbed ;
Him in Office .
' PALO ;ALfo^ : July, 29.— <3hief o£ Po
lice T.W. z Carroll of San ; Jose was
acquitted in ' the localf Justice" court to
day after a trial upon- the charge of
assault with ./a deadly -\u25a0weapon, sworn
to" by Charles- 'Henley, a ' vaudeville
singrer of \ San JFranciseo. „ Carroll -was
accused oit (attacking Henley with ; a
club when the singer attempted-to
show attentions to the dauffhter of the
chief.,., \ r • '.. ''\u25a0'.[
The trial attracted a crowd which
filled ": the', large courtroom. . The case
was, a special attraction ,' because of
alleged? political intent behind the
prosecution.':"; ... ' '
Miss -?; May Carroll, .over whom the
contest was. waged* failed to appear in
court. "Mrs. '.Carroll was present, but
was ; not: placed; upon the stand. '\u25a0..;\u25a0 \u0084.
...Carrollltbld'thei court how, when he ,
learned of Uhe attentions of Henley; to |
; the girlh ho requested .'-the singer to ap
pear/.at,_hisToffice in the city hall and
dispatched t<. two' members of the' force
to convey; theVmessage.
Police i; Commissioner .\u25a0William [Mc-
Carthy; substantiated the statements »bf
Carroll I and ] told .how he was attradted
to the -scene ;by ; the noise. He beheld
a- wild, scene .when the door of Carroll's
office was 'j forced. Tables were 'over
turned, and papers were scattered. \ Ac
cording to^hisi testimony no club was
used. 1 ;...!' }' -' ; ;.\u25a0\u25a0_
An X-ray, photograph, showing a
fractured Vskull- was the chief exhibit
produced ; by the prosecution. . .
.PALO -ALTO. July 29— Coin jingled
upon? the marble counters of the hand
some; new stone structure of the' First
national bank got Palo Alto today for
the first time. :; The building Is the first
stone and concrete building to be erect
ed 5 here?^ It was constructed by • the
directors of \ the bank by individual
contracts jand 'day work. Two stores
and' the'bank^occupy the first floor and
the" upper *story "is for offices. "
: The>bank was inspected by many
people last; Friday evening.
International Department in
Rome to Be Located; in
Handsome Building
SACRAMENTO. July -2^— David 1 Lu
bln has returned' 1 from ' Rome, where
he has been.. for, :: more than; a "year
looking after the erection. of the build
ing which is to house the international
agricultural institute. ;:; Lubln Is ;.the
father 1 of Uhe Idea, out of :whlch : grew
the plan for an International "Institu
tion where" the agricultural; affairs of
the .entire world ; could be . regulated.
If ' mo . unforeseen' delay, occurs." the
building should be; finished ; in a year.
Lubln said today:. V .... ; ..,.';
'The. statuary work will be eomcthtn* grand.
There 'are to be allegorical figures representing
•the Tarloo» utages of asrrieulture. entomoloßT
and meteorology studies and these will be placed
at the entrance to the building.'. There will be
the ; one big assembly: room - onV the flrnti floor
and j then the cabinet rooms ' for j tne reprenenta
tlrfs of every nation. \u25a0* All- these rooms will b»
decorated extennlrely . «nd* wfll- be the \u25a0> work'of
thf ' best architects. .It- Is •\u25a0\u25a0planned "that the
large assembjy room will be for erery nation and
while,, a"- visitor \ H there he will .be> under no
Jurisdiction in particular. v-. When he goes to the
department presided : over : by-r epresentative*
of the United States, 1 h6wever. he will then, he
on American ground and under the American
fl«*. " ' . - : \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- :' \u25a0- '' :
Los Angeles and \ Monterey
Dioceses Repa-esented i
in Gathering
:\u25a0\u25a0 LOS ANGELES," July 29.— Eighty, Or,
more priests from alUsectlons of . the
Catholic ' dioceses '.of ? Los "Angeles and
Monterey arrived inUhis'citytodaydto
attend v the ( " annual Xwhich 'i, Was"'
begun tonight at : StJ^Vlnceht's': college
with Very Rev.;. William 7 O'Brien * Par-*
dow, S.^J.^ in 'charge, r,-^.;!' ri' 'V :rl>
/, Members of .. th« various /brotherhoods^
will not attend this retreat,* which will ;
be \ confined to , s the t secular^ priests .of "
the ..diocese.': Although^St 1 . Vincents- is
set] apart as the lplacejof .meeting, the.
priests ; stationed,". there ihave fglvenCup
their /quarters > to] th'eVylsltbrs >. and have
departed, on .short; vacation .trips. . ; ;/,
\u25a0'. : . Bishop Cohaty -will. attend r all'. the sea
slons,"but%Ulinot|be t lntcharge.; Very-
Rev. ..Joseph ; Glass,^ president S of J '.the
college,; also wili:attend,.but not in his
official /capacity.^ \u25a0'.;.-•\u25a0 \u25a0;\u25a0-\u25a0'••\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.>'*\u25a0!• \u25a0 V -i
;; : Rev.'Mr. Pardowjis a Jesuit of pfomi^.
nence and "i is '«- known .: the
country. - IHe^deyotcs \u25a0; his ? entire \u25a0 time'
to the holding of^suchlsesslons.';' •. :, i
The retreat = will Ibe Cclosed / Saturday
\u0084 .S ACRAMENTOVsJuIy^2 9.-r - John Stew
art;._a s negro, ; pleaded|gulltyithisfaf ter^
noon', to! highway] robbery.i haying] taken
1 1 1 '* from sap Ch lnese f ; on "V the <-. Twelf t h
street 'I road, -f andf|was * tb^FoLsori
penitentiary,! byi Judge ; Hughes ' to - serve
10 ' years.*'; A-. - *:i-; ;;:,v 4 "v. J : : ': " .-' '\u25a0"\u25a0 ';'f.-'r ;-.;-' ; ;V
:; Charles - ; alias :. C. A.
Brown,' who \u25a0 claims Jto}be*;a : ,repbrter> for.
a" San <\u25a0\u25a0 Francisco^; i newspaper, '^J pleaded
guilty >, to % aigrahdllarceny'fcharge^for
the> theft; of ?. T a|horse^and-\buggy|frojn
Dr.' D. - :U f - McLean *f He; was": sen t > to \u25a0 San
Quentin? for] six ' years/;;; ' v" ; "."' ; , i L v
> \u25a0 OAKLAND. Julyl 29^-Tohy^Pistanto;
a longshoreman; 5 who beat Mrs. Kate
Corileyf Saturday | night;^ was j sent V to
the f city : prison \ for; 1 00 { days* by : Police
Judge! Samuels ftoda^Hßßn|
In j; Spite of Court's Order,
: g Banriings Try to j Keep .
\ v- ,- Island Monopoly
Boatman Knocked \ Senseless
:;;Afte;r Battle in ;Which;a;?|
Gaff Hook Is Used :- \
;-; , ANGELES, '. July'; 201-— War - be
tween^representatives. of ; the Banning
<c ? I rnl l a 'l? ' o^Vone't Jside and independent
ov^r theVight .of
the iatteivtd; land oii Santa Catalina
island, ; . was today vwhen'.a
fierce battle tookplace on a. wharf at
Avalon. For years the Banning com
pany has -controlled the island. It has
held a ;monopoly7on the transportation
business to and; from the island, exact
ing even from^ those" who went in, inde
pendent boats the full rate they.charged
their^own \u25a0•passengers.. : \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
..Two weeks ago Judge Conrey of the
superior.' court ; decided that Santa Cat
alina. was open: to the world and that
no person could be legally restrained
from -i landing:; there, but the company
refused -to .permit landings at; any" of
lts>.wharves-and left - open only a
small: portion of. the beach, at which
landings j .-are difficult and sometimes
dangerous. \u25a0 ;- .
« Boatman Chappie, one of the indepen
dents,: took out a fishing. party =6f four
men and a woman" today] and upon" his
return>tried to land them at;awharf.
One of the. employes of. thq ; company
warned .him oh*, but : Chappie proceeded
to make fast and the officer struck at
him 'with a billy. Other officers ap
peared and Chappie, armed with a gaff,
hook, "c tried : .-to .force his .way: through
the barrier?, formed by them. A fight
followed; ih 'which the gaff hook and
the ofiicers'Jclubswere freely used.
| In the fight, the woman's hand was
pierced through the palm by the hook
which • Chappie ? was \ aiming :at his as
sailants. Chappie was " finally : knocked
senseless. \- ' \u25a0\u25a0
The* officers then; permitted ; the
woman- to land ,to receive surgical at
tention)/but: drove the other members
oftKe party off the wharf and to the
beach landing.: '/ \
:The case will' be carried to the courts
again for a definite decision.,.. Several
firms" owning boats at ports on the
mainland ;• are preparing to^, enter , the
CatalinaV island • trade In •competition
with the Banning, company. They pur
pose icomblning to carry -:the matter to
the highest state -court if necessary.
Woman Sees Fiend in Act
:of Attacking Child
\u25a0\u25a0-'":,* in \u25a0 a • Jr lat • - .\u25a0
BERLIN,* July 29.— Another "ripper",
outrage has caused'- a wave of nervous
ness land dread ito 4 break; over the city.
A'.woman^on. opening, the door of a flat,
surprised a man in the act of striking
"down .an 11 year old glrl.T ..The woman
screamed; andtho maij.ran and suc
ceeded in:getting away.; * . *'
: The residents of [ .this soction are In
such' a' state -of, "nervous excitertient that
they r fell upon and beat a harmless man
because, he had offered a child a. piece
of r candy. '."".:.. . " .*
"Another glrl'baby, it Is reported, was
stabbed ; here today. } The outrage oc
curred; in the Schoenenhauser Allee, a
crowded working people's, district. :
Close of, Six Days' Festival Is Marked
by Entertainment., Given by
\u25a0 : .Local Clubs
, The \u25a0 festival of '-the Swedish singers
of the Pacific coast was concluded with
a, banquet "at{ the Fairmont hotel "last
nighty. tendered. to them ..by the Swedish
singing societies of this city. 1
.'Speeches : and 'songs, by ,the societies
made: an; evening "of: jollity and ' pleas
ure : tha_t »was "a 'fitting culmination "of
the six I days' ' biennial singing festival;
Secretary ; ! Emll Hogbcrg was toast
master."; v'" '.; .•-"."• '"" ' -;.' ".
' Speeches wore made by A. Zenther,
the ;new; vice president, representing
Presiderit.'Xi: B. Nelson, who is now lln
Europe'; ; E. ; Boyce ; L." Sundeen of Port
land,^ Ore.; *L.; Georges." E.t Liridblom,
Alexander; Olson, ; Rev. : Peter Andreen,
George i Rudebeck ? and : E., Holmes.
V-. At: the:close • of \u25a0 the .b anquet at mid
night 'all ; the Vguests joined ,in t singing
the uVStar v, Spangled •'; Banner" . : with
marked Vvigor^ and enthusiasm: There
.were'i 300 * guests, ;;\u25a0 among . whom were
manyj6f,the.;falr sex.*-?
Mrs; " Annie ?Hallberg > Swallows : Large
Qtiantity^of^CarbolicTAcid s After ' ;
• " j '% .^ '.Domestic': Quarrel^
V .-Mrs.; >.Annle \ Hallberg, • wife «of v , a
water/^front'Ssaloon- ' man,- awoke the
pprter '."" at ; their lodgings." ;; s2 \u25a0 Steuart
etreet; >last'- night.'^and, ; telling -him, to
gO'and'JvtelHEddie : thati I'amfgqingj to
commit* suiclde,", -the':;con- :^swallowed?/
tents: of j'aHwo'ounce] bottle | "of carbolic
"acid/: :\u25a0\u25a0; She^was \ removed * to S the*] harbor
emergency; hospi tal and d i ed ,'on '. the' op-,
eratlng'table.^- ";*:-;>;;• '\u0084-\u25a0* \u25a0.
)'^' Mrs.vHallberg , had -spent ; the > evening
.with iher- husbands and; they/ had quar
reled:^: She; went home alone at • 11 :30
o'clock. v' ;'\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0;' [~- '\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0-'• \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0'-".. :t: t *':'."
Allcge3 v Infidelity and Deccrtibn .V and
v Asks for. Allowance of $100 . \u25a0
j . , . a Month . ;'
\u0084^Mrs.: Susie el -began 'yester-,
dayVa"^ sultsforTmainteriance^; against Jier
husband; *J.iA?VWaldteufel.;.?She" accuses
himjlof infidelity**^ and^ desertion,^ and
; ance'iqf j % 1 00 \u25a0a' month.'
siHelen?i Helen? G.\Cripps-' L pled ; suit ; for divorce
narainst* r Janies^H.'(Crtpps, v ! whom ; she ac rj
cuses^bf t having % tried Hwice y to i choke
.her. - - The [couple ..we're : married ' in :, May,
1906.- and the first : actv^of - cruelty
charged:, is alleged .to have occurred
two mohtlis; later. '-^^HQH| ' ' - -
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i) NEQBO iEIJECXHOCtrTED-^-New r- York; ' July
20.— Wtlllam FXelson, 1 * a % nejrro.^j we*? execnted am
theT electric E chair j iv \ Sing J Slnj: > prison s today J for,
t the j BflurdjTj of i Llxzle 'Norman.T December. 2,** 1905.',
Judge Lawlor drew 250 names yes
terday for the . trial Jury panel. The
present panel has been subject . to call
for the legal period and Is now entitled
to discharge. /Interest centers in the
new panel: because the jurors will be '
selected 'from it: who will try Louis i
Glass, Patrick Calhoun ' and others In
dicted for boodling. • The. list follows:
-W. J. Adams," Monadnock batldlns;' rtavid 'll.' 1
Alien. 2112 iSteiner strwt; Roland F.AUra.
2559 Broderick; Louis Anderson. 1326 V*leneli;
Georme-.W. Andrews, 21 Commonwealth : Harry i
B. Arnold, 35 Uill; Samcel . Axelrod. 454 rr^d- 1
crick. • : • * -- -
- Tbeodore : Bacijralupi. 1000 Union street :' T.
R. Barker. 2Cfi Tremcnt aTenne;. Ssmnel Bar
man,. 303 McAllister; David ISarrv: 5+7 Second
avenue; Frederick Barucb. 2230 Wasblnston;. A.
C. Bauer. ; > 1249 Ninth avenue; ' Samuel Baner.
IS6O Vallejo: J. Bayle. ; Kteventh and - Jlarket ;
D., Beadle. 523 FlUmore; James Beaselv. 7 Per
sia avenue; Edward \V. Bender. 2231 O'Farrell:
CC. Benson.. BS9 Clayton: David Bißero. 2G14
Webster; Leon Bloch Jr.. 2«?2 Lagona; Josbua
U. Bloom. 70S Ashbnry; Victor G. «Bondl.v,
5321 Twenty.flrst; George R. Boomer. 1122
EIUr; J. \u0084T. Bowers. 520 McAllister; Delovan
B. Bowley. 283 Sanchez: Herman Brandt. 1130
Potrero avenne; E. A. Breesc, 3434 Clay;
August 11. Brinkmann. -405 Clay; A. 11. Brod.
114 Broderlck: Frank A. Blown, 1«34 San Joae
avenue; Abraham Brown. 2209 Van Ness avenu«*;
Joseph H. . Brown. 1172 • Fell • street: . Philip
Bruckner. 55 Carmellta ; Samuel G. Buckbee.
231O.PacWc avenue: Edmund Burke. 330. Third
avenue: Uiuseppl Bnrrcnl. 1819 Union - street;
Peter N.Brltt. 1605. gutter; Walter C. Butter
field, 1012 Sanchex; William M. Brown. 320
Cole; Georee C. Broaflman Jr.,i 1920 Valleja;
David G. Balrd. 2313 Padflc avenue. :
John V". Campbell. 2131 Union street: Thomas
Chapman. 2702 Mission: Jaraea Clark. oir» Lon
don; WmUm A. Clarke. 1233 Pierce: Charl^u
Clinch. 2310 Buchanan; Hu>rh Clyne. 423-. Tenth
avenue; Robert E. Cochran. 703 Clement: Adolph
Cohn. ,1235 Third avenue; John R. Cole. 2303
Scott: Robert U. Collins. 2502 Leavenworth;
R. W. Collins. 518 Capp: E. E. Cook. 861 Eddy;
Edward Conwey, 23C2 Vallejo; Richard Cotter.
1415 Devlsadero: James D. Courtney. 28 Preclta
avenue; \u25a0 John B. Cronan. 018 Folsoin: James
Cronojfue, 3610 Twenty-third; Charles H. Crow
ell. Laurel Uill cemetery: Jnseph A. Crnza.
4206 Mission: J. E. Cutten. 3954 Sacramento.
George W. Delmas. 45 Teresa street: Simon
Danzieer. 2SOO Franklin: Harold A. Davenport.
SI CoUingwood: AVllliam E. Daridson. 1626 Forty
ninth aTenne: E. Davis. 2543 Pine: H. G. DaTl*.
800 Webster; James Deely. 203 Fonrth avenoe;
F. W". Delvanthal. 1716 Wallace; Edgar J. de
Pne. 2302 Clay: P. A. de Veuve. 534 Clayton:
John Devery. 1523 Baker; WUllam U. DJck. 133
Buena Vista avenue; Henry Dledrlch. 2224 Bush;
Silvio J. di Vecchio. 1820 Union: Joseph Dold.
1249 Dolores; Edward Donohoe, 2410 Pacific arc
nue; Charles A. Dorn. 1534 gutter: Henry Dovr
den..-3663 Twenty -sixth; Florence Driseoll. 2C
Rlnggold; Alfred K. Darbrow, 2500 Leaven
; John E. Kberle, 1510 San Bruno atenue;
Frederick E?cers, 210 0.-tavla. street ; Charles
Eisenstein, 213 Twenty-etKhth; Eutrene S. Elka*.
2463 Jackson; Jolinson Elliott. 27C8 California ;
L.- C. Enewold, .427 Fourth avenue; H. Ens
lander. &07 Franklin.
'\u25a0 Oscar • Ferguson. 2311 Baker street; Loula
Fishbeck, 704 Oak; James Flanagan. 139 Centra!
avenue: 11. F. Flerchman. I&SC Post: Herbert
Fleishhacker. 2512 Pacifle avenue; E. M. Flood.
Baker and Fell; G. Kofrel. &1B Grove; Fred W.
Foley. 329 California; C T. Foster, 314 Halght;
Edward Forrest, 1060 Sanchez.
George Gaffney, 299S Washington "street:
Charles Gallajrher. 41 Ford: James Gaily. 1359
Oak: Horace D. Gates. 23&4 Fulton; Charles G.
Gehhardt. ' 2362 Vallejo: William H. Genard.
123R- Sixth avenue: Samuel Orxuu. 3506 Sacra
mento: Michaelis Glaser. 777 Cole; James Glas*
ford. 160S Turk: Garret M. ' Ooldtersr. 1310 Mc-
Allister: Jacob J. Gottlob. 2130 Lyons; Charles
W. Gould. 1713 Green: Edsar C. Graham, 2740
Filbert; • John- W. Griffith. 714 Castro; Leon
Gujrjreuheim. 2207 Lacuna: Phillip* GulUium. 882
Chestnut: Stephen Gunn, 457 Noe; Dennis Gnnn,
2311 Webster..
James E. Haden, 53 Henry street: William H.
Hall, 224 Halffht: Joseph P. Hallfr. 4011 Jack
son; Harry Harris, 3014 Potrero avenue: Wil
liam P. Harrison. 2301 Pacific avenue; Daniel
Hartnett, 1830 Fair Oaks; Gustave Marshall.
Majestic hotel;; James • Harrington. 1308 Mont-;
jcomery; Richard- Herring. ,'2SI3 Howard: M. '
Herman.' 31fi Taylor; Wlllian* Hess. 230 ' Porter
avenne: , Dixwell - Hewitt. : 2523 Broadway; John
R. Hldlman, 114 Beulah; . Lonls G. Hill. 1350
il^ijrht: John H.; Horrigan.; 279 Noe; EmU C-
Horst. 3460 Washington; James H. Humphreys.
800 Oak. .\u25a0' . :: • ' ' •
•.i John G. \u25a0 Us. 2057 Buchanan street.- \u25a0•
' Byron Jackson. 2018 Vallejo street: Abraham
Jacobs. 4036 Twenty-fourth; .Thomas B. Jef
fery. 121 Valencia: C. B. Jennlne*. 3204 Wash
ington; Arthur .W. Jchnmn. 2530 Buchanan;
Henry \u25a0 Johnson, 1007 Stanyan. • \u25a0
Daniel Kelly. 155 Fair Oaks street; Edward !
Mvelly. 1541 Franklin: James Kennedy. 431 OaK:
Frank Kensler.i 132 . Ninth: Arthur Kldd. 30 |
Carl; Arthur-M. 'Klljcore. Jones and Green: John
E. S. Klein, •27lsA.Marlpoßa; George H. KnOrp.
53' Pierce; John B. Knudson. 412 Noe; Henry i
A.- Kopf. 4434. Mission. ' .
William A. Larking 2019 Pacifle arenne;
O'eortte H. Lent, 2220 Washington street: A. Lit
tle. 43R Pace; S. Leszynsky, 1522 Post; Mas
Levy.' 171 7 Jackson. , ' .. . \u25a0 •
.Simon Mack. 1742 Bush" «treet; Dennis J.M»
honey. • 3t4 Dolores; Emnnnel Mantfel. 130^
Gearr: John Manning. 132J> Union: Jo!;a Mnn
nix, '703 Olive avenne: Henry • S. Martin, ICS.I
Post; G." L. P. ' Marais. 2312 Mission; Fred
Mayer. 1804 Church; Herman . Mayer. 8318
Cipp; Frederick Majer. 339 llu^u: Ferdinand
Mayer. 223. Clipper; Charles P. Mayer, 161U
Haicht: William H. McCormfch. .2423 Gre-n;
Frank P. McCann. 474 Frederick: Edward Mo
Brirte.72 Merritt: Matthew. H. McAllister,* 24SC
Jackson: Reginald McColgan, 190 ft Elliot Ale:
McDonald,- 1315 Guerrero;. J. R. McGufftck. W7
Ashftiuy;: Michael- McCue, Sfi Dehon; John B.
McCann, 311 Point Loboa avenne: John S. Mc-
Carthy, 324G Twenty-fifth; William B.MecJt
fcssol. 820 \u25a0 Steiner; - Ettnne Messairer. 4347
California; Moses 0. -Meyer, 2719 Paclflc: Dan
iel Meyer, : 1727 -California; Lewis C. Meyer.
2506 Twenty-third: Jerome Mllly. 1517 -Tenth i
avenue South; William Mltler. 2713 Twenty
first: William P. Miller, 1027 Pape; Kdward
F. Morehonse. 2224. Green ; . Frederick -N. Mor
ton. 525 . Octavia ; John L. Mollenhaner, 1220
Fourth avenue: John W. Morris. 12 West ave
nue; Nels O. - Mortcnsen. 134S Ellis; J. F. Mnl-
Hn. 230 Lily avenne. - ,
-Richard N. Nason. Oak . and Stanyan streets;
Thomas Nearl.ftlO Capp: DaTid Nenstadter.
2225 Goush; William 11. NoNn. 2524 Washing
ton; Henry Nfltter. 1050 Pine: Joseph Nor
den. 1304 A O'Farrell; Stephen Nutting:. Duboce,
and Flllmore. ' >-
\u25a0\u25a0< Geonre '\u25a0 W. ; Oakley. .2203 Steiner - street;
Michael l- O'Brien.. 133- Sixth avenue; John J.
O'Connor, 31 Pierce; John Olsen.. 100 Nortn
Eureka. •
Frank Patterson.: SIC Flllmore street: James
Patterson. . 110 Sixth avenue; Georjre W. Pay
ton.. IS Ford; E.-J. : Pecnlllan. 007 -Railroad
'arenue: ' John PUillrp*. 302S Buchanan;. E. C.
Pitcher. 229 -Tremont; 1 avenue; Gltweppt M.
Postlelione, 267S Sacramento; Frank C. Prl?»»,
62 Lotta.' " • ' ! ' - ' .
Richard F. Quanf. 504 Walnut street: Joseph
C. . Quceh, .024 Grove; -L. C. Qneen, 420 Bu
chanan. .--.'\u25a0'\u25a0 "' ' •
\u25a0 Henry - Rnine. 1523-Lasruna street: Rndolpa
Rlemen, 2293 Filbert: John A. C. Rcimers. «22
Baker: I. Riffle, S4O Clayton: Frank Rittlg
stein. 2130 - Pine; - John .W. Riley, 2770 Sacra
mento; ;.- William Remain. "3231 Jackson: Isaac
LV Rosenthal..27lC Paclflc avenne; Geonre Jim
rnberg,' 2S>2 , Oak ; EUmond D. Rosenbt- rg, 3017
Jackson. . v - .*•.'• . - ..-•'
• David : Salfleld. -871 Clayton street; George
W. r Schlmmelpfenlng; 225 Eijrhth avenue; Fred
erich \u25a0 Schneider, 41 Fell; Louis Schneider, 51U
Lyon:' Georj;e : Leekamp. 245S Lombsnl; John
D. \u25a0'* Simmers. . 085 • Guerrero: Isidore Simon. 1414 '
Webster: - William . . N;- Smith; 2523 s Jackson;
Maurice W. - Solomon. . 107 Stelner: • William \u25a0 L."
Spencer/ 2410 Vallejo; -William Speck. 255 , Oc
tavii;AndrewD. Spearman. 75 Waller: Luther
C . ; Stephens. 10 Lotta ; Edward • W. : Stranse. , 222
Waller;" Walter - ,'Sntton. r 2342 Sacramento;
Cbarles I^. -Turner. 1133 Masonic avenne. .
. John" G. /. Whelan. y ISG9 Bnchanan street;
Charles J.> Williams. 12;Snrrey: Frank WH
llnms; 2274 Jackson:^Wilfred ll., WlllUtas. 1317
Lacuna: .William < Wilson. \u25a0 2327 Devlsddero: Gns
tar«? r Woerner, " - 2f»3S : .Washinijton: - Frank G :"
Wortli.' 230 Presidio avenue ; H. ..Wreden." 221S^i
Flllmore. ;.;•\u25a0 \u25a0 ' - - \u25a0»\u25a0.;.
- ' Frederick: W. -Zfiile.- US -California street;'
Charles Zisslsr. 3446 : Twentieth. ;
LOS ANGELES, July 23.— 1t was re
ported in this city, just, before midnight
that three Italians had been killed in
a riot or race war at Florence, a suburb
about eight .miles distant.; The;sherys
withfa large posse .'has left for -ttte
scene.'; 7 . :-
. GEORGETOWN, - Ky.y July 29.— r For.
the' fourth, "time '-Ca\eb~ Powers was
placed Ion; trial, here today charged with
complicity ; in ; the -I murder of v.Wlliiam
Goebel: y; Special v Judge 'i J. E. - Robbins
presides.V^Cou'nsel % f o rj Powers'! en tered :
af motion |atid|nled V a " .'affidavit \u25a0 in ; its
support Uo have ;thV; sitting:: Judge taken}
off ' the,; bench.'rTo consider^the affidavit
court ;\u25a0 adjourned i until tomorrow.' *
Swimming Bee on -Fourth
Costs Stanford Men . ,
K^ $20 Each
I&dwbpd;City Judge; Warns
the? Defendants Against
' ; "RahYßahTHabit" *
REDWOOD CITY.. July -29. — William,
G.-Macdonaia/the Stanford- senior, and
Charles Schutz. -a; frgshman • student.
who-iwent swimming in" the San Fran
clsquito. creek -on.'.th*^fourth of July
« and ;,w«re storied' byCa. party, of Menlo
Park picknltfcers. • .were .found guUty
today ,of indecent; exposure and fl ne( *
$20 each.. . " ."• '-\u0084 ..' --**"
. Judge Hann'on took >a . fling at th»
"rah! rah! habit" and told the defend
ants that as .Stanford students they
had apparently sought special privi
leges.- _' • »
; The . trial consumed the* greater por
tion of the day and verified the exp«c
tatlon that It would be sensational. A
large number of- witnesses were placed
upon the- stand. Women . spectators
who had observed the bathers took the
chair . for . the prosecution. Georga
Gilcrest. the complaining witness, and
his brother In law. James T. O'Keefe.
also told of the "antics" of the swim
For the defense a score of students
took the oath and testified as to the
use made of the swimming hole In the
creek. Pictures of the creek were pre
sented as evidence. '
District Attorney J. J. Bullock con
ducted the case for the prosecution,
while Macdonald and Schutz were de
fended by R. W. Barrett, a graduate of
Stanford, and .. two classmates, of . .the
elder defendant, A. G. Ay nes worth and
Samuel Pierce.
Besides being a member of the. Chi
Psi fraternity Macdonald is a well
known football player. His companion
Is also a member of . the Chi Pal fra
ternity and will register in the univer
sity this fall.
Giuseppi Cerrari. an Italian laborer em
ployed in the Stelger pottery works,
was crushed between a heavy gata and
a car on which he was riding to work
this morning and almost Instantly
killed. ,
Biame for the accident was fixed
upon the victim at the Inquest this
SAN JOSE. July 29.— An inquest was
held this morning over the body of Mrs.
Charlotte Levy of. San Francl3co. who
was found dead In bed yesterday morn
ing at the home of Mrs. Clara L, Poore,
in Fifth street, with a bottle of carbolic
acid in her hand. The Jury, found that
Mrs. Levy herself administered. the poi
son, with suicidal intent- * . " I •.-""'
OAKLAND." July 23.— Superior Judge
Henry Melvtn has returned from Phila
delphia, where he presided as grand
exalted ruler at the grand lodge of the
Elks.- Judge. Melvin has fully recov
ered from the prostration which he suf
fered in the intense beat of the day
of the Elks' parade. 7" :
OAKLAND,- July 29. — Rabbi Rudolph
I. ' Coffee, son of Mr. arid • Mrs. M. H.
Coffee, has gone east to resume charge
of a large synagogue at Plttsburjr. The
young man is a native of Oakland. He
is active in the work of solving the
child labor problem In- Pennsylvania.,
A Bold Step; ':
To ovcrcomo th« well-grounded . sod
reasonable objections of the more intet
li;cnt to the uso of secret, medicinal coca-
pounds, Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.
V., some timo ago, decided to make a bold
departure from tho usual course pursued
by the makers of put-up medicines for do-
toestic use, and^so has published broad*
:as{, and oBGrHy to the whole world, a full .
and compete list. of all tho Ingredients
entering inV^tfce composition of his widely
celebrated rpdic/oes. Thus he has taken
his numerous t&trocs and, patients jnto
his f ull /unfi^ence: : Thus too he has re»
movedynis^ucdicines frora arsons secret
nostruzve^of doubtful merits, and made
ihemLticmcdics of Known Composition.
.\u25a0..Hy'tn.f« hnM V?p Ttj. Pl^rrft hz* sh^'
thnt, V* 13- not. :»'>.i'd to sub.iect them to
"Not only doei the wrapper of vtztj bottl*
of Dr. Plerce's Golden Medical Discovery, th*
famous medicine for weak stomach. *torx»td
liver or bllionsness and all catarrhal diseases
wherever located, have printed upon it. in
plain English, a full and complete list of all
the ingredients composing it, but a an all
book has been compiled from numerous
standard medical works, of all the different
schools of practice, containing Terr numer-
ous extracts • from the writings of leading
practitioners of medicine, endorsing: in th*
strongest possible terms, each and every Ingre-
dient contained In Dr. Plerce'j = medicine*
One of these little books will be mailed free
to any one sendlns address on postal card or
by letter, to Dr. R. V. Pierces; Buffalo. V.-yI
and requesting the snmft. "From this Uuia
book It will be learned that Dr. Tierce's med-
icines contain no alcohol, narcotics, mineral
agents or other poisonous or injurious agents
and that .th«r are made from native, medici-
nal roots of great" value: "also that some of
the most valuable ingredients -contained In -
Dr.Pierce'a Favorite : Prescription for weak
. nervouv orer-worked. ** run-down." nervous '
and debilitated women, were employed, lone
years slso, by the Indians for similar ailments'
aEectlng:thtjir"s<jnaw3. * In -fact, one of the
.most valuable medicinal plants entering into \u25a0
the composition of Dr. Plerce's Favorite Pre-
scriptton_wa* known to \u2666 tho , lndians as
"l^uaw-Weed.? Our knotrledtro of the ase«'
ot not a few ot our most valuable native, me-
dicinal plants was gained from the Indians.'
As made up by Improved and exact pro-
cesses, the "» Farorite Prescription " 1» a mos% '
eMcient remedy for rnmlating all the wom-
anly functions, correcting displacements, as
trolapsus. anteversion and - retorrerslon.
overcoming painful rerloda. toning ' ud th«
nervps and brtnsins about a perfect state of
health. s Sold by all dealers In medldaea. .
• - • "... Successor \u25a0to
*ggH£fs3 DR. WONG WOO
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C^ :^^Sm"^ ' Di*»asBi < Cored 2ie>un T»l»T »l» :
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