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Man Little Joe 02 O3|VeT. Horse Ex. 03 05 Other IMstrleta j Alice of Won — 05 LMa Brll — 23 i Ne»t.. IS —Mlna* Pedrat.. —1.30 Frw O Bouldr 21 — Nevada H1H5.. 5. 57 5.90 I-T H «y. stOT »c 00 _ N> T HHIH Anr. 12 — V^ )rT ? 7l — !*«* Hill* Ex.. -J- 50 . i. Ilor1 lor <» K«I X — 23 X Star Wonder 04 O." . J lorenee ' l^ns — 40| Round Mt..^. . •90 !>.% • roldyke Heef. 14 — | Round Mt Ex. — 15 Jack Pot . — Tsjßubj Wondor. 20 — Johnnie Cons. 13 — [s Val& RM. — 25 San KranrKco Mining Bxchaaee 9:15 a. in. Reculsr Seiwion HX) GWfliJ Con M.R. 65] 1500 Bine 8e11.... 1"H j/^> Gt Bend Er 15H| SOW Booth ........ 51 . TO<v> n«\ Hi 11*.... 70! lnno Great Bend... 77 »no Glflfld On M.R.Wft! 1000 Great Bend... 7S ' .1^ I>«. t»1 «...«. «O'J 000 Jem bo Ex I.PO i^s B a ck Ants - <»H USOO Granny Mln Co 23 1000 Dfld-B B <>m. 27| 11 :3o a. . m. RertUar Session 2000 Nevada Gldfld 2911000 Kerada GoldOd 23 100 Gldfld Con M.5. 601*000 Black Ants.. 05^ 1000 Blue Bull Jumbo Ex. ..1.87}* 2 p. at. Session 1000 Cracker Jack. 21|2000 Triangle .. 21 r^J? 0 .™ 1 " B «rt--- ""I 100 GMfld Con M.8.60 1000 Trianpl« 2l| 800 Gfld Cm M.8.57H 2.jm Red Billa, blO <»i2OOO Nerada Goldfid 2S 1000 Trtangle .... 22| CLOSING QUOTATIONS NEVADA Tonopah District. Bid.Aslt.l • Bid. Art. Indiana Ton.. — 02|Mont MM Ex. — 04 Jim BuQer... — OTJOhIo Tonopah. — 03 Midway 73 76| Paymaster ... — 0.1 Monuna T0n. 3.00 — | West End Con 75 80 Goldfleld District \u25a0*4«as • 18 18| Great Bend Ex 15 — *ti«=U 60 — JHibcrnia Oft — Back Ant*. 05 05H1Jumbo Ex 1.55 1.90 B B Bonans 06 07HJKewanas Ex.. — 31 su*£5 u *£* n J7 1»! Lone Star 10 — Bine Bull S7 — Mayne 07 OR Com Fraction. 2. 25 — JMdngt Pawnee 04 05 Cracker Jack." 20 22 Mohawk Ex... 03 >4 11 i'«'"y - - 1.<3 l.w! Nevada 80y. . . ns 09 OW-B B Con. 25 2tijNerada Goldfld 27. 30 Dixie 06 «7|Oro 22 — nomfn'on — 04|Rpd Hills r,S 69 Koapir* io — ried Top Ex.. 23 25 \ Gfld Con M^.B7l* 8.60 Silrer Pick.... 61 63 Grandma .... 16 17) Vernal 15 — . Great Bend... 76 7£ Wonder 02 03 Grt Bend An. — 12 Yellow Rose... 05 — Bullfrog District Big Bnllfroj.. — 02 Mayflwr.B Con 37 89 Gold Bar _ 72 Mont-Shosh Ex 07 09 I-Ire Harris... 02^4 03 Original Blfrg. 0« 09 Little Bullfrog 01 02 Manhattan District ArrilFl Xx 01H 02H!M«n Little Joe 02 03 Cold Wwlge.. O6 O7]Man.MCoN>T — 07 Orannr M Co 23 24! Man Red Top. 02 03 . Man Broncho. «7 OR|Man Whale..-. OZ — Man Comb.... O2 O4 MnsUnp Man.. 21 23 Man Cowboy.. 04 or.iPlne Nut — 07 Man Dexter.. — 15:Seyler Umphrv 05 00 ManHumboldt 05 — | Other District! South Belle Mines _ 40 REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Benjamin E. Amd to I>onald Grant, lot In W line of Valencia street, 185 N of Twentv-flfth X «5 by W 90: $10. Henry Helnfmann to Ada E. Retla, lot in X line of Twenty-fifth f.r.-Dtie. 150 N of Polat Lohoa. N 25 by E 130: $10. S. Ducae company to Nick Perry, lot at Kff corner Vlsltaclon avenue and Spreckela street. W 100 br N 35. fMronrvale; $10. William E. Palmer to Autnsla Tiliipr. lot In S line of Waller street. 155 E of Masonic aye nue. E 25, S 14SH, W 23. N 147:6H; gift. Thomas L. Henderson and wife to William Matson, lot Jn De Haro street. S 100 more rr lew. E 200. N 274 more or lew. SW 27s more or lew: $10. Charles S. Barney and wife to James B. Bowie, lot In N* line of Prtnta arenoe. 274 :s%* W of Khotwcll street. S 81:l*i, W 25:2»4. 8 83:7' i. E 2S:8«»: $10. Abel Alberts! to Lizxi* Alberlfcl. lot in N line of Pacific etreet, 81 :« Wof Taylor. W23 I t<r S 60: *io. Patrick McNclty to Mary Drueker, lot at KB I artier Tbirtietb end Sanchez streets, N 114 b.r : X SO. Marie Bachelet to Phlllripe Bachelet. lot in N Mne of Winter lane, 20 fe of Mason street. N 22 by E 25«; rift. Pbillppe Bacbelet to Marie Bacbelet, ' same; rift; John r. S'rhutxer to Josephlni* Schutt^r. lot In SE line of Precita avenue. 135 XE of Coso. NE 25 by SE 120. Anthony Flrnn to Mary E. Flynn. lot in S line of Biley street. 81:6 E of Jonen. E 22:7 by S Patrick Flynn et al. to Mary F. Flynn. same; clft ' John E. Hill to Marparct E. HIH. lot In X : line of Fifteenth etreet, 125 E of Churcb, E 25 b.r Jf 110; *10. . ' William F. Boland and wife to John E. Ander son and wife, lot 422. r«* map 8: $10. Abram Goodkind and wife to Wilh«»lni Kaißch. lot In W Hue of Tenth aTenue;"lso S of Point Jacob H^man Co. to H. J. Schneidew^nd. lot «t NE corner of Che.nery and Miguel street*, SE 25 by SE 100: $10. Samuel Rosenbeim and wife to Matthew Byrne | md wife, lot in N lin" cf A street. 57:6 \V at I Twenty-second avenue. W 50 by N 100: $10. A crust asd Lnella A. MaussbanH to Berahard 5 Petersen, lot in F. line of Eighteenth avenue, 175 S of H ftreet. S 25 by E 120; $10. Bar district land company to Jacob .rung, lot in N*line of B street, 6BEo£ Fifth areoue, E 25 by V 100: SlO. "Marie O'Donnell to Gertrude Macrarland. lot in W line of Pierce street, 24:fl N of Pine, N 21 by W 87:6; $5,550. Margaret Kelly or Maggie Kelly, deceased, by ex<»cutor. to same; same; $5,550. John Leckmann to Marie Bryding. lot at tbe SE corner of Herman and Stelner streets, S 57 by E 90; $10. -\u25a0';\u25a0"- -\u25a0'\u25a0 Pope estate company to Joseph Llnaer and wife lot in N line of Carmel street, 150 E of Cole,' E 25 by N 114:4 11-16; $10. ' J W Wright & Sons investment company to Mabel Jordan., lot at SW corner of W street and Twenty-c!«bU» avenue. S 25 by W 120; ?10. B*y district land company to Jacob Jan?. lot in N line of B street, 85 E of Fifth avenue., E 25 r.r N 100; $10. C * Mahlon Oeborn and wife to C. P. Hein incer lot in E line of Guerrero street, 74 N of Nineteenth, S 24:6 by E 105; $10. Theodore H. Collett and wife, to Frances J. White lot In X line of Bush street, 55 E-of Buchsnan. E 25 by N 67:6; $10 J X Kisfcer company to Frederick Cebner, lot st NW corner of Greenwich and Mason streets, W 60:5* by 118:6%; $10. Ida Golfiblatt to Jake Feldman, lot in W line *f F.lsle 6treet. 178:9 If of Courtland avenne, N 25 by W 70; $16. Tense Steinhart to John H. Bosselmann and wife, lot 28, block 3, Mission street land com r*B»nr*B»n Francisco Suburban Home Building society 10 Frank C. Klnney et al.. low In W line of Commonwealth street, 400 N of Euclid avenue, N 33:4 by W 120; ?10. San Francisco Suburban Home hnlldlng joclety to I>otris H. Brownstone, lot in W line of Com rconwpalth utrf^t. 500 N of Enclid avenoe, X 33:4 by W 120; $10. E J Zimtner to Helen M. Zimmer, lot In N lin*' of Green street. 137:6 E of Broderlck, E Zi-Ai* by N 137:6; rift. Surf Beach reslty company to American bond ing company of Baltimore, property out of coun 1J Henry C. Pratlson to Emma B. Mallett, lot In CM FeUowe' cemetery; $10. Mary Furlong 'to John Stierlen, lot in N line «f Parnassus avenne. 225 E of Cole strwt. N 13":2»S' E 2, SE to Parnassus avenue, W 16; Building Contract* Theodore S. Holn with William Cronan—Tsal vanii^d iron, etc.. for fonr story brick building st KW corner of California and Dupont streets. 6 Ott«> y & l>eon'hard' Lang with A. M. Waller- All work for a two story concrete and frame building in N line of Ellis street, 93:6 E of Fillmore. E 45 by S 120; $2,100. S J. Therion with M. J. Terranova— lathing and plastering for four story end basement build ing In N line of I'.ridy street between Van Nens' »T»nue *n* Polk street: $3,000.. N P Wyne* wita Fiinn A Treacy and Mac- Arthnr Bros. — All work for a four story building In W !ln*> of Fourth street, 25 X of Shipley, W 75 by S 25; $ll.«70. CAUFORMAXS IX XBW YORK XEW YORK,. Aug. 5. — Callfornians are registered at New York hotels aa follow*: San Francisco — O. R. Allen. Grand Union: S. Cohen, Continental: Mrs. Friedman, Union Square; H. Kohler and wife, Sinclair Wouse; N. Meyerfield, Hol land house: F. A. Ward. Astor house: T. West, Hotel Baltholdi: H. 11. Tracy. BrlBton; R. Witlard. Astor house. San Jose— E. A. Hayes, Buckingham. Los Angeles — D. Baffa, Grand Union; Mrs. W. Jj. Banning:, Woodstock; T. V. Frank, Hotel Navarre: G.; E. Gardiner and wife, Woodstock:'!* Joseph. Grand Hotel; M. T. Knapp. Continental hotel; S C. Richard. GHsey house. Oakland — W. Bayles. Woodstock: Miss E. Campbell. Gilsey house; J. J. Hockett, Hotel Marlborough : H. C. SUsmon. Holland house; C. Washburn, Hotel Woodstock. . ' . San DJegro-^-C. I*. Prultt, St. Andrew. CALIPORXIAXS IX PAIUS PARIS, Aug. B.— The following, regis tered at the Call-Herald bureau today: Mis* Pauline Wormser, Mrs. W. Thomas, Mrs. Hartrock., Miss Moyle, Miss Rene Toleon, all from San Fran- DEL MO.YTB'S \>BW : '- ; POSTMASTER OYSTER" BAY. N. V.. Aug. s.—Presi dent Roosevelt appointed today H. R. lt'a.rner postmaster at Del Monte, CaL Mining Stocks Decline in Spite of Encouraging Reports Even Declarations of New Dividends Fail to Save Strange Situation Though a number of circumstances were favorable to an advance In the leading shares In the mining stock markets, the prices declined yesterday. The Goldfleld Consolidated Mines di rectors have announced that it. will be gin to pay dividends in September. Bernard Baruch lias said that he will take up his option of ' 1,000,000 shares at $7.60,- the deal involving $7,600,000^ More than 8,000 miners are reported to be working In the mines of the Goldfleld district and its gold output last week was about 4,000 tons, worth $480,000. Goldfield Consolidated Mines alone shipped more than $150,000 in ore. The Frances Mohawk mine sent out. its first carload of: ore. Despite these and other facts Gold field Consolidated Mines sold lower all day yesterday than the 'highest level of last Saturday. The prospect of divi dends ordinarily does not send the price of a stock downward. There, were accusations of "wash" sales, but they were denied with vehemence. The Goldfleld Consolidated Mines shares brought $8.70 Saturday. The highest price obtained yesterday was $8.60 and?the lowest $8.35. More than 20,000 shares were sold. If there was a raid, as some brokers charged. It was principally directed at Goldfleld Con solidated Mines. . Daisy sold at 1V» to 5 points below the best price of" Saturday. * Florence was from 10 points to 12 »4 points. off on the same basis of comparison. Red Hills dropped off a point. Combination Fraction was sold 6 points less than at the end of last week. Red Hills sold to the extent of about 40,000 shares. In the official lists Florence Kxtension was reported to have been sold to the amount of more than 38,000 shares. There were no other large sellers'. United. States Senator Nixon, Ber nard Baruch, General J. C. Hubbard of Chicago and others of the party that was expected to arrive from Gold field yesterday by special train were invited by wire by A. B. Ruggles, COMMITTEES OF NATIVE DAUGHTERS ARE NAMED Grand President Emma G. Foley Gives Out List of Appointments Grand President Emma Gruber Foley of the Native Daughters of the Golden West has appointed the following standing and special committees to assist her In the carrying out of the work of the order during the current year: Finance— Emma Wolf, Yosemite parlor No. S3, Sau Francisco; I.mb Williams, bans Soucl par lor No. 96, San Francisco; Jennie Gorman, Min erva parlor No. 2. San Francisco. Appeals and GiieTances — Kva T. Bußsenius. La E*peranza parlor No. 24, Los Angeles; Kate Driscoll, Ursula parlor No. 1, Jackson; Emma Barney. Joaquln parlor No. S, Stockton; Nellie E. Clark, Laurel . parlor No. 0, Nevada; Mary E. Bead, Bonita parlor No. 10. Eedwood City. Petitions — Carrie Roesch Dnrbam, Joaqnln par lor No. 5. Stockton: Dell Stockman, Esebol par lor No. 1«5. Napa; Florence.: Lark las, Callfia prf lor No. 22, . Sacramento, Returns — Anna Gruber, Orlnda parlor No. f.6. Ran Fraiselsco: Anna Bello. La Estrella parlor i No. 80. 'Ban -Francisco: '.Lllla Ledden, Las Tor rosas parlor No. 131. San Francisco. Printing, and Supplies— Elizabeth F. Douglass, Alta parlor No. 3. 'San Francisco: Agnes M.;- Verry, Calaveras parlor No. 103, San Francisco: Dome E. Bradlej. Oro Flno parlor No. 8, San Francisco. Transportation — JennleM. Greene. Bnena Vista parlor No. 68. San Francisco; Grace Sherman. La Bandera " parlor No. 110, Sacramento; Jennie L. Jordan, Piedmont parlor No. 87, Oakland. Lang and Supervision — Anna L. Monroe. One onts parlor No. 71, Ferndale; Nannie Smith, Alell parlor No. 102. Salinas: Anna Gniber. Orln da parlor No. 56. San Francisco; Lulu Sbelton, Woodland parlor No. 90. Woodland; Leota Eus-i. Verltas parlor No. 75. Merced. Legislation— Emma Gett. Callna parlor No. 22, Sacramento; Grace Miller, Cbispa parlor No. 40. lone; Evalyn Stephens. Ruby parlor No. 44, Murphy*; Amelia Richards, Dardanelle parlor No. CO, Sonora: Rose M. Lawlw, Amapola par lor No. SO. Sutter Creek. Ritual — Cora B. Sifford, BUena .Ventura .par lor No. 93. Ventura: Josie Barbonl. San Jone parlor No. SI. San Jose: Matilda Bergscbicker, Junipero parlor No. 141, Monterey; Emma Kaiser. Prebidio parlor No. 14S. San Francisco; Arista K. Swan, Santa Cruz parlor No. 26, Santa Crei. State of the Order — T>na H. Mills, Joaquln parlor No. 5, Stockton: Sadie Rlos, Ls Esperanza parlor No. 24, Los Angeles; Margaret Jones, Oc cident parlor No. 28. .Eureka: Dora ZmudowsSl. El Pajaro parlor No. 35, Watsonrllle; Mabel TVrlgbt, Camelia prfrlor No. 41, Anderson. Promotion,*- Publicity and Historical' Land marks — Eliza D. Keltb. Alta parlor No. 3, San Francisco; Lilly O. • Reichllng-Dyer, Ursula par lor No. 1, Jackson; Cora B. Sifford, Buena Ven tura parlor No. 05, Ventura: Mamie G. Peyton, Joaquln parlor No. f>. Stockton; Lena B. Mills, Joaquin parlor No. *5, Stockton;. Stella Finkel dey, Santa Cm* parlor No. 20. Santa Crox; Har riet S. Lee. Woodland parlor No. 90. Woodland; Emma W. Lillte, Ivy parlor No. 88, Lodi. Dormer Party Monument — Clara K. Wltten meyer. Ramoua parlor No. 21, Martinez: Dora Ztnudowski. El Pa]aro parlor No. 35. Watson- Tille: Generiere Watson Baker, Buena Vista par lor No. 68. San Francisco: Mariana Bertola, Ramona parlor No. 21, Martinez; Ida M. Kerraa, Alta parlor No. 3, San Francisco. Manufactures and Products — Emma Gett. Cal ifla parlor No. 22. Sacramento: Mariana Bertola. Kamona parlor No. 21. Martinez: Ella E. Cam lnettl. Ursula parlor No. 1, Jackson; Clara K. Wittenmeyer. Ramona . parlor No. 21. Martinez: Lena Hilke Mills. Joaquln parlor No. 5. Stockton; O-iM>Tieve VVntßon Baker, Buena Vista parlor No. 68. Han Francisco. Revision of Con»titu« ion— Mary E. Tillman, Minerva parlor No. 2. San Franciaco: Mary F.. Cosprove, Princes* parlor No. 84. Angels; Mollte B. Johnson. Calina parlor No. 22. Sacramento; Ella E. Caminetti. Ursula parlor No. 1. Jackson; Kltxa D. Keith. AIU parlor No. 8. San Francisco. Grand Parlor Accommodations — Laura J. FrakPe, Amapola parlor No. * SO, Butter Creek; Emma W. LHlie, Ivy. parlor No. 88. Lodi: Jet tora Watkins Bare, Ivy parlor No. 88. Lodl. ' Naming Mountain Peaks— Lilly O. Reichlin? Dyer, Ursula parlor No. 1, Jackson; Cora B. Sif ford, Buenaventura parlor No. 95. San Buena ventura; Harriett S. Lee, Woodland parlor .No. 90. Woodland. > Visitation of the Sick. San Francisco— Laura i. Frakes, \u25a0 Amapola parlor No. SO. Slitter Creek; Mary E. Tillman. Minerva parlor No. 2, San Francisco": Agnes M. Troy, Genevleve parlor No. 132. San Francisco. fietfj Hops Monument — Jennie L. Jordan, Piedmont parlor No. 87. Oakland : ' Minnie NVd derman. Piedmont parlor No. 87. " Oakland; Libby Rooney, Aloha , parlor. No. 106, Oakland. THREE HUNDRED VETERANS TO VISIT OLD COMMANDER Special Will Bear Survivor* of Perm- sylvania Cavalry, to General Palmer's. Colorado Home COLORADO SPRINGS. Aug. s'— From all parts of the United .States more than 300 veterans of '..tlie Fif teenth Pennsylvania . cavalry, General W, J J. Palmer's regiment in the civil war, will arrive . here on the evening? of August 20 for a unique .reunion, as guests of their old commander. • A special train of Pullman \u25a0sleepers and diners will bear. tl/e. veterans to Colorado Springs and from the, time each man leaves his own door until he returns to It \u25a0 not a penny : of* his ; ex penses, will be borne by any other than General Palmer. \u25a0\u25a0 . '.• FOUR THANSPOHTS TO SAIIj _ WASHINGTON, Aug. Si— Four array, transports arc scheduled ito leave San Francisco "during August for,] Manila. They are the Warren, Crook, l'Buford and Logan. The trips are necessary to place In the Philippines the; regiments destined, to relieve* the commands whose terms of duty have expired. ) . f ', ' 9THE SAN FBXNOISCa';,GALL, TggSgAY,, AUGJJOT^iI9^f president of the Ban Frariclßco stock exchange board,. to 1 visit Its i rooms. An answer was ' received that ''Senator Nixon was ill at' Reno : and that, the party had broken :up .. there* \u0084 Baruch and' Hubbard' went east. ' \ \u25a0 " \u25a0 "The San ; Francisco mining/ exchange began yesterday to post; the opening and "closing; prices ". at i New.". York "tor Nevada mining stocks. \, These will be displayed daily . hereafter. SHIPS RICH TRAINLOAD Ore Worth $157,500 Sent From Con- solidated Mines During Week The Goldfleld News says that the Mohawk mine of the Goldfleld Con solidated Mines company -shipped 21 carloads of ore last week,\k two ;of which were hlglv grade. The,- heaviest shipment 1 consisted of 11 cars, which were sent out in one train! ln the, early part of the week. There were also, two carloads of high grade from the Com bination mine,, making ' a-'tbtal ship ment by rail from the Goldfleld- Con solidated Mines properties for the week of 23 carloads of ore, aggregating' in value $167,500. •? . The ore bodies in the Combination mine, are proving bigger and richer than has been claimed f or \u25a0 them, says the News. The Red Top has several large ledges carrying high' values, and these are being developed, as rapidly as possible. The occasional shipments give no Idea of the amount of ore that has been blocked out, as* no r attempt has been made at large production. The Jumbo is being developed on an extensive scale. The big compartment shaft on the Laguna is being put down to develop known ore bodies, several of which have been penetrated- by the diamond drill, and their location and extent, have been determined. The Goldfleld mining company's ground, which belongs also to the Goldfield Consolidated Mine?, Is being exten sively developed, principally by leasers. MARKSMEN OF PACIFIC DIVISION SCORE HIGH Corporal Kimball of 22d Infantry Leads All at Monterey, The Pacific division rifle and pi9tol competition terminated Saturday at the Presidio of Monterey, with the result that a number of officers and enlisted men have gained records that will send ; them to Fort Sheridan to enter the S general army competition to be begun there August 9. - . The following officers were awarded marks of distinction: - Gold ' medal to Second Lieutenant Arthur. G. Fisher. Fourteenth cavalry.- « Silver medals -to Second Lieutenant -Burt V?. Phillips. Twentieth infantry; Second Lieutenant Austin M. Pardee. Twentieth - infantry. •\u25a0 \u25a0 :, Bronze medals to Second Lieutenant John B. DeLancey. Tenth- Infantry; . First- Lieutenant Parker Ilitt. Twenty-second infantry; Second Lieutenant Bruce L.:Burcb.. Fourteenth cavalry; Second Lieutenant- Oacar ' Wftstover, \u25a0, Fourteenth infantry; Captain John. J. Bradley, acting Judge advocate;. First Lieutenant \u25a0 Clarence \u25a0 K.r La Motte. -Fourteenth -infantry; Second Lieutenant George W. Ewell, Third infantry. •, : . ; :- \u25a0 . The following officers received- .the award of distinguished marksmen * .": in the rifle competition: Captain Armand I. ' Lasseigne, Fourteenth ". in fantry: First Lieutenant .William B. Wallace, Twentieth infantry. The following enlisted men won honors in the rifle competition: "_\u25a0 Gold medals to Corporal Chester Klmbal). Company B, Twenty-second infantry; . Sergeant Ernest McKachln, Company H, Twenty-second. in-" fantry. *>-<-.; SUrer- medals to. Sergeant Frank Brezlna, Troop I, Fourteenth cavalry: Private Claude \u25a0E. Lewis, Troop M. Fourteenth cavalry; First Ser- Boant David Snlway, \u25a0 Company L, Tenth 'in fantry. ,; . Bronze medals to Sergeant Albert Hayes, Com pany I, Fourteenth infantry; Corporal George H. CralffV Company M. Twenty-second infantry; Ser geant Charles, H. Miller, Company X.. Third In fantry > Bergeant Charles Barr. Troop D, Four-, teenth taralry: Corporal John W. -Lennon, Com pany. M, Twentieth infantry; Corporal Albert G. Klebe, Company F, Fourteenth Infantry:- Ser geant Major Harry R. Lee, Twentieth infantry; Sergeant Fred D. Leach, \u25a0 Troop G," Fourteenth caralry; Prirate Nicholas E. Thornton," Troop H, Fourteenth ctTglry. , ' \u0084: ; - Private Jacob Faulkrod, Company Lv Twentieth infantry, was honored ;for distinguished .marksmanship. ; \u25a0In' the pistol competition honors were awarded as- follows: Gold medal to Second Lieutenant E. Llewellyn Bull. Twenty-second infantry. ;. . . Bronte medals to Second Lieutenant Arthur E. Ahrends, Twentieth Infantry; Second Lieutenant Bruce L. Burch, Fourteeenth caralry; First Lieu tenant Guy B. G. Ilanna. Coast Artillery, corps. ' ( Gold medal to First Sergeant -Thomas Br Cop pard. Troop B. Foorteenth cavalry. Silver medal to Ordnance . . Sergeant Patrick Fitzgerald,' United Sfates army. Bronze- medal* to" Sergeant -John G. Grlka, Company B, Third Infantry; Sergeant William Ca«t!dy. Company . 0. Twenty-socond infantry; Corporal George- G. Chute, - Battery B.y Fourth artillery; First Sergeant Lynn W. \u25a0 Fister, \u25a0 Coffli panj •D, Twenty-second Infantry. -; First Lieutenant James G., Hannah, ; Tenth infantry, and ' Captain William H. H. Chapman,' Twentieth . infantry, were honored as distinguished shots; Corporal Chester. Kimball 'made:a.ra-. markable scpre,, beating, any; previous record made in' this 1 contest by ..27 points.'gQHi . Sergeant W, H. Spree of Troop F, Fourteenth' Cavalry, who. committed :tb_e novel 'offense ;of ; trying 5 to make I a. vrec ord" for his friend in the 'small arms competition at; Monterey, will .now lose his chance of going to; Fort Sheridan, ln the general competition and will prob ably be dismissed ; from the- army. • : He has already, received two medals c for. his ; ; marksmanship and .. his.'* present shooting. entitled ;him to go. again to Sheridan, where, undoubtedly, he would have won the ' : medal ;f or distinguished markemanshlp. '.\u25a0; He \u25a0Is highly, spoken of by Colonel Glrard*, .his commanding'of ficer, at' Monterey, ,who is* unable to'"gc count for Spree's extraordinary actions. SIAMESE KING^ SPENDING ; *FOR- JEWELRY Cuts Wide Swath in : London and Frankfort Shopping Districts and Also Contracts: Malaria BERLIN, Aug.' s.— King," Chiilalongf korn of r Slam,; who' has > arrived \u25a0[ here oh- his -tour of Europe,; has had to call inj physicians to 'attends him. .-He;: has been" indisposed [ for,; some H days, 7 it is reported," 'as- the result »of . an acute attacklof; malaria. /. >.';., IV -: , ..The klnff.iwho- has a'fad,'. is i credited with. -having; jspentz $2,600,000'; for 'gem* in) the"course of ; his * European itbur."f : r A \ London , firm \ has" sold jtolthe 'kirisr jewels ;valued Tat r $625,000.1, ; In" Frank fort ; the , king ;speht " ' $300,000 I for. Jewelry. ~ \u25a0;:< '\u25a0' ' '\u0084 ' \u25a0\u25a0'."] .-\u25a0-.' i FIGHTIXG CHAPLAIN DIES \u25a0r MOUNT \VERNON.i Ia.,: Aug.". 5,-f^John H/I-iozlef,.known*as, the 'V' fighting cHap-" laln,V,;d!«dJ,here »today,;.aged) 78 > years; He was the author of several:*; war Bone's/:"' * ; - : ." \u25a0-•\u25a0;----. \u25a0\u25a0:... : - 1 RIVERSIDE CITRUS FRUIT CROP BREAKS RECORD Shipments Are 1 5 Per Cent Greater Than jfof Same Time Last Year SPECIAL DISPATCH TO ! THR CALL P,. RIVERSIDE. Aug^s.^The'. number of ; cars of I. citrus fruit"; shipped; from the Riyeralde and \u25a0;. High; ; grove ; dis tricts *up to July. 27 was 5,530— -orangoa 5,228: and '; lemons ?802^carldads;yv:Thls movement: surpassed i^the] year previous by /about : 15 ; per cent. ' Owing .-:. to 'i the exceedingly, large size of •; the.' navels, the -output was vastly, augmented, as early, estimates Indicated -.' the 'V. crop would fall -short of the ,year by at least' 20 per cent. -The fruit was of an" extra fine quality,'; if anything better than any others-season River side','has enjoyed.; . ',' '.':' ' '\u25a0',- : Prices realized were far better, than before and 1 brought . growers better averages -than have been. secured for. many, years. Atleast; $1.30 a'box will be realized on an average .by growers this season. Taking" the 1 crop .up to July',? 27 '.more;. than 2,000,000 boxes of oranges alone were shipped 1 fromjthe Riversldie-High grove 'district, and, estimating the returns at $1.30 per box, the total sum distributed runs. close to $2,000,000. SBSSffiPV^MPSHS! The "Riverside exchange shipped up to; August 3 I,s6o: carloads of oranges, which netted : the growers '.. more than $1,000,000. . The cars shipped this sea son; contained an average, of 384 boxes, but In, many cases, in ; :order to save icing charges and get 'the fruit ; off, owing "to a scarcity of [ cars, as high as 425 boxes were shipped. : ' Up; to August 3 the total, shipments of lemons' from the combined were 302 cars, a,nd from [averages just posted.lt is learned that the net re turns to the grower were $229,000, making an average to .'the' grower of $2.40 a box, a splendid, showing. . BUEB CAFE FOR- RENT— Oakland. Aug.,s.— Suit to reeorer $1,050 alleged. to be ' due as rent for tUree toonttis has been brought by Kohler & Cbase against Charles Newman, : proprietor of the. College Inn. __ " #\u25a0* MARRIAGEJICENSES Toe ; following 'marriage' licenses were issued In this city Monday, Angust 5: William Senldmann, 24, Oakland, and Ellen Tobin, - 28, San Francisco. . Louis' A. Goete, 32, 1534 Vallejo: St.. and Adrlenne Guittard. 22, 2600 - Van \u25a0 Ness are. Fred M. Pomroy, 21, 1695 Oak St., and. Maria T. Aleescb. 19. 9 Kingston aye. Percy G. McWhlnney. 31, : Elko, Ner., and Vesta M. Parker. 21, . 57T Alvarado : St. Oacar R. Hnstlngs, 21. - 2023- California . St., and Anna D. Ward, 18, 2021 California st. John A. Foster, 21, 2055 Golden Gate aye. and Mary G. Clare. IS, 767 Halght st. \u25a0 . Thomas H. Norton,' 24, 207 . Corbett aye., and Isabella Walker, 20, 2623 Folsom Bt. Moris* Nlelst-n, 31. Fresno, and Nettle Rose. j 24. l>os Angeles. . : Louis Cortopassl, 48, Colfai, and Ellsa Ber- tolucci, 31, 194 Montana st. .\u25a0\u25a0•:.,;--: . John Farrell, - 27. 1648 Pacific aye., and An- nette Sachs, 28. 107 fihotwell st. Alesta Shefoff, 23. and Autonina Batukava, 22. both of 105 Shotwell st. v Edward White. 34. 3954 Sacramento St., and Margaret Lawton. 20, 45 I^akest. . Edward ' Hageman. 30, 39 Hill st., . and Grace Phlpps, IS. 1471 Waller st.v Eglsto Blgonglari. 3.V Stockton, and Filomena Frsncesconl. 25, 41 Houston \u25a0: st. \u0084 • - Carl- A. Berner, 44. 3.')45 Eighteenth st., and Frieda Schmidt, 31, -Chicago. Edward ' Stene. 29. and 'Tillie Erlckson, 20. both of Stockton. -. \u0084•",;-."-. George T. Reddy. 21, 1649 Sltteenth aye., and HannaHourihan. -18, 3508 Twentieth st. . BIRTHS, MARRIAGK,v DEATHS \u25a0 - \u25a0">,-\u25a0\u25a0 '-' '-<~'"- T^** ~2~- ', _. \u0084-,-\u25a0 , Birth, maniage .and deatb notices sent by mall will not b« inserted. 1 They most be handed In: at either of the publication -offices and be indorsed with' the name: and* residence of persons author- ized ' to -have the same published.' Notices '. re- stricted simply, to the announcement of the* event are. published once in this column free of charge. BIRTHS BERNSTEIN— In this city, August 3, 1907. to the , wife of Louis Bernstein, a daughter. FARREN— In this city. ' Juiy 20.' 1907, to " the wife of D. J. Farren, a daughter., i' < '.'f. KINNER— In this cltv. ; Augnst 3. IW>7. to -the wife of 0. R. Klnner (nee Pettus), \u25a0 a : daughter. MOHR— In this city, August 4, 1907; to the \u25a0 wife of \u25a0 Joseph : W. hlobr (formerly Rose W. Zuern), 1 a son. SCHUPPERT— In tbl* city,- July 31, ,1007. 't0 the, wife. of August F. Schuppert,. a. son. ' MARRIAGES COMBRINK— CARROLD— In this City. August ' 4. 1907. by the Rev. James M. Mciilhlnney, i William Ernest Combrlnk of McClourt, * Oal., \u25a0 and Edyth Hawkesworth Carrold of Sau Fran- \u25a0 Cisco. . , . i - JACOBR—BERNRTEIN— In r this city, by the .' Rev.. Joseph Wlllner, Samuel Jacobs and Helen Bernstein, *. both .of . San Francisco. MONASCH— ZIEIt— In this hitj, Augwt 4. 1907. by tbe i Rev." Joseph. Wlllnftr, Mayej Monajch -', and, Minnie Zlcr.botb of San FranclM^o. deaths' Adams, William J..."— • Lechens. Katherlne. . 51 Comlsky -(lnfant) Leechman.. Catherine 18 Dapelo, Maria ...,r>2 Lelsnef, -Christian.... 09 Duncan. Willis "E.. 00 Linvllle. P. D. ....'OO French, Ssrah 55 Marsh-Brown. Hannah 67 f^lholm, Victoria ... 40 McSorley, William: .. 73 Escbenburg,' Mari-- ; Miller.' Lew 0r0 '.....' — qulta M. *...:.... 72 Mltcltell, Catherine... 02 Eustlce", Clias". 1 M... 3 Morgan, Everard M... 53 Frltierdnfanti Murphy. Sargent J...V79 Gobbee (Infant) - - Peehe,. Edlar J..:...;.: 40 Gruber. Prof. F.....' 77 Shea., Michael .. — narrlngton.Cstherlne — Stivers, Helen I. — Joyce, Ella G.. ;'...: 42 Toomey, Julia ....;. — Kent, Catherine. ...* B2 ADAMS— In Menlo Park. Cal., August 2, 1907, William . I. Adam.*. • Funeral .services will be held today: (Tue*-, ,'-. d»y>, Anguxt 6,-; at 12:45 o'clock p. ra., at the .chapel;. In Cypress; Lawn cemetery.' - COMISKY— in Colma. San Mateo county. .CalJ.'' August 5. . 1907. Thomas ' P.. -^infant- son -of Tboniss and' Susan <- CoraUkr, , and " beloved . brother \u25a0of Theresa C. iComisky. a . native of Colma, Cal., ; aged: 4: months and 26 days. •- The funeral-1 will take . place tomorrow ' (Wednesday); August* 7,- at 11 o'clock n. m., from : the .residence 'of bl<* '.parents. ' Colma. In- \u25a0\u25a0terment -private,- Holy :, Cross cemetery. DAPELO— In this i-.otty, 'v Angust 4,. 1907. Msrla : \u25a0 Dapelo, ; dearly : beloved .wife of Agostlno Da- polo, " and' loving 'mother; of -An tone and John 'Dapelo, and •\u25a0Mrs. Teresa v Revello and' Mrs.' Louisa' Benottl.-' a." native : of Italy, . aged "52 ,. years and .11 months. '•" v.. ' • .. . . . i Friends •: and , acqnaintanceß - are respectfully \u25a0\u25a0" Invited 'to attend tlief fnnernl services ;' today (Tuesday), August ; 6, at '1:30 o'clock :p. :m., at . ber late; residence,- 502 j Bay street. , Inter- ment Italian cemetery.*;. :;," . , ."..-\u25a0 ../" DtSNCAN~In \u25a0' Oakland. Cal.. ; August 5, .1907/ :- Willis \u25a0 Edgar, Duncnn.": bejoved husband of '"\u25a0\u25a0 Marlfl ' Josephine Duncan,., stepfather -Of rMrsJ \u25a0 William CiiUlßon.and the late.R.j.l. Maxwell,-, and ; grandfather : of i Myrtle . Maxwell, - a native ./.of ;, Vermont,'} aged "60 years. . \u25a0 FRENCH— In? thl* city, August •5. 1007. Sarah, beloved- wife -" of John ' S. French, aged :05 years.-- ' - . .-. '••-':', . • Notice : of -.funeral, hereafter. ;,. EDHOLM— In lito" Vista. 'Cal.f "August 3. ; 1907M ; Victoria.', dearly^ beloved i wife, of Giiunar = Ed-'i -holm, a . native ; of .'California, .-aged • 40 -yearn ; . s.'montli»;;and 7;day«.." > .. Remains 'at the : parlors ; of,. H.- F.. Suhr.'fc : C0.;, 2919 -Mission. street-; between Twenty-fifth ;and ; ;,Twenty-sUth.- •;'-, \u25a0 .\u25a0-\u25a0•'.. \u25a0-\u25a0•'. « v ESCHENBUUG— In Oakland. - Cal., ..August i 5/i 5/ ' . 1907; ;M. J Encnenburg. a native lof the^Citj- of :Mexiro. •aged < 72syears. >;\u25a0; , Notice ! : J of 'funeral t hereafter. -..-. ;_ EUSTICE— -In .'"bakland/- Cai.7 ; August : 5,' 1007,* Charles Manl<>y<Eußtlce,.'s<m:of i John H.T«nd Nettle W. •Eustlce.- a native of • California,' * i aged .3 years'; 8 months - t and 7 .days. ; \u25a0; . KRITZKR— In. this' "city. 'AugnSt 3. . IPO7, 'Ger- \u25a0•':. hard, beloved - son ; of Hclnrifli and . Elisabeth \u25a0 Frltzer, and ""grandson- of Frank and \u25a0* Anna I'Boerner, . a ;natlverof San I ranclsco, CAI., : aged .-. 20 -; days.";; \u25a0-''•' .:-..- >':- '\u25a0•'•\u25a0-••l : '\u25a0-..• :'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0> '-";.:•'.* '.V GOBBEE— ln^Elmhurst.-V Cal., August 4," ;1807,'- „'* Lloyd ' Edward,*^beloved \ son T of Joseph ' and • Mayi -" Gobbee,' . and ;. grandson %of -William x Olley/< and . ' Thomas > %:t and v Libble-E. S Hooper, vr= native ,-- \u25a0 of f Elmhurst,*; aged ? 6 i moutns ; and 6 , days.' ; •: .: Funeral (Hervicesiwlir take place .today. (Tues- ; day). Ausust 6,^ «t:i':3o o'clock p.; m;,:at Ever- Krcen * cemetery.' GRUBER— Entered -r into - rest, .'August 2. 1907/ % s PrpfeSßor^ Ferdinand « Gruber, - desrly ; beloved husband -of stbcjlatei Clara Gruberaajnatlvelof n " Saxony,'' Germany," aged '77' years 8 months and ;: 6;dayg. :A- member of the Gesellschaft. Teu- f* ton la. f.iiiil iUBWIIH wWI fl^, »' * '. V>^sj friends i- and -- acquaintances - axe ' respectful!/ intlted ito attend the funerßl today. (Tues^ \u25a0\u25a0• day), xat 10 ; o'clock \u2666 a;- m.,'-' from j the funeral : parlors of Theodor ; Dlerks -tc '\u25a0\u25a0 Co.; J 800 • D«Yi»a- dero \u25a0 street ; corner , of •; McAllister, and " thence , to , the < crematorium In Odd . Fellows', cemetery .:» 'ori incineration. ;\u25a0 HAKniNdf OX-In . this city; Antcust 3. ICO7, ."-.Catherine 'Harrington.: beloved wife of the late : Dennfg ' Harrtnzton: :;; loving • mother : of <.the late Mrs.- Louis <• Veaina , and : ; Daniel, . John, . James: and ;. Matthew. Harrington, 'and grand- V-: mother ; of : Alfred Verina \u25a0 aud Florence Har- ; rington. : JOYCEi-ln Oakland. Cal.. August 5, * 190?.' Ella \u25a0':. G..^. beloved : wife - t of * James A.' = Joyce. .;. and motherof: Charles 0..\ Lillian F... James A., : William'- J.. Ella -G.j and : ; Irene Joyce, a native - of ' Ireland, aged .41" • years. Friends ' and - acqualntancen are respectfully invited to attend .. the ? foneral tomorrow '"(Wednesday),''; August 7. at 10.; a. '• m.", . from, her \u25a0 lute residence, ' 810 ' Fourteenth.' street, ' \u25a0 Oakland."- thence "to • the Church . of .the Im- maculate Conception,-. where a. requiem high m ass -"for-" the - : repose., of her- «oul ; will .be " celebrated, - coniraeaclnu at ; 10:30 ; a. •: m. . Inter- X; ment' St. rMary's: cemetery. ;\u25a0;\u25a0\u25a0.-..::• KENT— In .this 'city.^August ' 8. ieo7. '. Catherine. beloved X wife of the '\u25a0 late Edwin , Kent, ; aged . 8-' \u25a0 years. >aiWßßflPWßtwßjiirtßaßWP»>*B' " f Friends ' and • -acquaintDHceß . are respectf nlly invited to* attend the* funeral "services today (Tuesday)." August o.<s*t I* o'clock p. v m.; at f 832 Oak street, . Oakland. Interment private. : LECHEXS— in [ this city," Aufuat '. 5. 1907, \ Kath- > ;•; erlne, '. beloved wife sof ; the * late John •H ; Lecheng,, loving mother :' of Mn. 1 Anna Smith ' 'and JKatherine.'Lltileand \u25a0 the late William \u25a0 Lechens. sister of 'John 7 C." : ! Miller,-' and v Mm.' • Anna Pink,";' and . grandmother .< of "Edna X; »; Smith. ja\ native of -Germany, aged- 51 'years 8 months and 14 days.) A member of San Fran- cisco ..-fraiien vereln and- Eintracht "frauen -" rereln.V -,-'\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;' •\u25a0- -• * " ' Notice ; of \u25a0 funeral /hereafter.. Remains 'at ; 80 jA'icksburg .street., „, LEECHMAN— In this ', city, ; , August 4.: 1907. Catherine,' j, dearly ,-; beloved ; daughter of John \u25a0 and -the late .Mary' Leechman, . and sister of Loretta ieCChmanr a native •of San Francisco, aged 18 years 9 : taonths and 16 \u25a0 days. ' \u25a0.-.-. ,i'.:-f Friends . and. acquaintances are r*Bpeotfully Invited to > attend the funeral today (Tues- day), August 6, at .8:30 o'clock a. m., from , the parlors of CarewA English. .1818 Geary street, thence to Sacred Heart church, where a requiem mats wlll.be celebrated for the re- pose her soul: at 9 o'clock's, m. , Interment Holy Cross; cemetery. •• LEISNER-^-In the city and county; hospital, Au- gust 4, 1907, .Christian Leisner, a native of Germany,, aged ep: years: LINVILLE— In- tula city. Angust. 4, 1907, at his late residence. 2040 Point Lobes avenue, P. D. Linvllle. a'uatlve of Mlvsuiirl, aged 60 yean*.' 5 'off funeral .hereafter...-. MA RSH-BROWX— In ',- Oakland, Cal.*, i August* 5. ' , 1007, I lanuali Elizabeth Marsh-Brown, beloved - . mother of Knnald. Edith and I Lillian . Marsh- Brown and Mrs.'Slathew Lanoowe, a native of , Kneland. atrefl-67 years 5 ' months and 4 - days. (Placer : County "Herald * pleaM : copy.) \u0084 MoSORLET— In thlscity.Angust 4. 1907. Wil- liaiu, dearly beloved - husband of Mary McSor- ley,. a native of. County Tyrone, (lreland,' aged 73 years 9 months and. s diiyB.'.:: ; - .- Friends : and ; acquaintances : are respectfully invited : to attend the funeral today (Tnesi- day), at -9:80 -o'clock a. m., from -the parlors ; of . Mcßrearty &\u25a0 McCormick, 915 Valencia street near -'.Twentieth,' ; thence to* 1 Mission; Dolores church. for services. > Interment Holy Cross cem- etery. . \ . MILLER— In Dklah, Cal., August 3. 1907.' I.cc Oro. . beloved wire of W. H. Miller, .loving mother of W. Polk' and Valentine ' Miller, anil sister; of i Mrs. L.' C."'Bynum .of -Upper Lake, ;Cal.,.a native of San "Francisco, Cal. .. f Friends . and acquaintance* are respectfully invited to attend - the " funeral . services today „- (Tuesdays, at ''12 -o'clock, at the chapel of '. Odd Fellows' crematory.- ;. '; . •\u25a0 MITCHELL— In ' this . city, August 4, 1907, . Catherine/dearly beloved wife of James Mitch- ell, and mother ' Of John . D.; " Arthur F. and George G. Mitchell and the late Christine Quino, aud sister of Arthur D. Nagle, a na- tive of : Count y, Kerry. \u25a0 Ireland, aged 02 ' years. . Friends * and ; acquaintances . are respectfully Invited- to attend the funeral .' today (Tues- day), , at 8:30 o'clock a. m.; - from - the parlors - of Monoban A Co., ;304 Gurerrero street corner Tweuty-flfth. thenceito^ St. I'uul'x church, where a' requiem mass for .. the . repose of her soul f will ,. be celebrated, commencing at : V o'clock a. m. - Interment Holy. Cross cemetery. MORGAN*— In -this city, < Agust 4, 1907, Everard Milton- Morgan,^; beloved husband Of Maile K. .Morgan,- and. father, of Mrs. ' Mark \u25a0 Joseph and Nettle V. and - Robley ,E. Morgan, a native of \u0084 Glenmorganshire. i. Wales, aged 53 years '10 months and 11 days. : \u25a0 -'- - Friends are respectfully invited to attend • ' the funeral: today (Tuesday), at 12:45 o'clock p. m., : from the -chapel of Craig. Coch- ran & C 0. ,: 1169 -Valencia street near Twenty- ' third street. - ' Interment Cypress Lawn ceme- t erf by 1:50 o'clock p. ra. train from Valencia street station. MURPHY— In this city. August 4. 1907, . Sir- - gent John ; Murphy, beloved . husband of Cath- erine Murphy, '\u25a0- and father .of Catherine and Thomas Murphy, Mrs." Elizabeth* Stamm -of Brooklyn, X. V., and the late -Thomas Murphy, ; a : native -ot Dublin." Ireland, • aged -79 ; yeara. A „ nM»mber;of ithe -Holy Name > Sodality of . St. Dominie's; church. T.;--.' • : *" V;. \u25a0'-..-.•: \u25a0-' \u25a0 \u25a0•\u25a0; '-.$< Friends and acquaintances • are respectfully . . invlte<l ';\u25a0 to :.:attend*- <.th« ,; funeral :; tomorrow ; (Wislnesday), at S:3O a.t m..' from' the par- lors of Porter; *: .White, .1831 Golden Gale av«nne corner. of Scott .'street, thence: to St. Dominic's ' church,' corner of ; Bash : tud ; Pierce \u25a0; streets.'- wber« \u25a0'. a requiem \u25a0 mins . for#the : re- ; pose of his soul will be celebrated; commencing -at 9 «.'m.\lnterment National cemetery.'- PECHE— In this" city. - August 4, • 1907. Edlar Johanna - Peche. dearly beloved wife of Job n Peehe/, loving - mother -of ; Olgt, Edwin. Hasel and -Mabel Pecbe, and '*isiter tot "Katherina Gaundlund- and Amelia Kelson. a native of ' Finland, 'aged ; 40 yearn; 9 months and .19 \u25a0 days/ 1 \u25a0 \u25a0 .\u25a0\u25a0-,\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0;..-\u25a0. \u25a0-''.•" \u0084 Friends '•and acquaintance* „ are respectfully invited »- to -- attend '- the funeral tomorrow (Wednesday), at 12 o'clock/ from the parlors of Porter ; & White, 1531 Golden - Gate . avenue 1 corner of -" Scott . . street, v Interment Cypress Lawn /cemetery,- via-. 1:40. p. m. -train ; from . Valencia . street ,: depot. > \u25a0 • SHEA— In this ' city, August 5. l»07, Michael .Shea, dearly, beloved husband of the late Catherine Shea, and devoted father of Thomas, \u25a0 Matthew/: James .-and. "Xellle Shea* and the late Frank Shea.- a uattve. of Ireland. \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0 Remains » at - the .parlors- of • Valente. 1 Marini & Co., 3448: Mlssiom utreet between Thir- tieth' • street :,' and ;Cortland^ avenue. ,*. STIVERS-i-In Dimood.'- Alameda. county/ Oal., August 6,: 1907,:H«1en-1.,' wife of 'Henry F. Stivers. . sister Of Mrs. Hattl? Karris. anU ,i mother *of •\u25a0 Mrs/ -Charles; Curtis,- Mrs. Eunice ' Carpenter .and D. / A.' and George L. Stivers, a native iof Nantuoltet. t' \u25a0 \u25a0 : • Notice of r funeral hereafter. , TOOMEY— In ; thli ; 6lty, '\u25a0 August 3. l»07. Julia. ' dearly beloved .wlf* .of Henry Toomey. 'and loving daughter of - Michael and Bridget Skelly, and sister *of Mrs. George S. Ames. Mrs. S/ R." Crooks and Mrs. Nan Chrlstraet ' and Frank J.- Skelly and Mm. F." W.- Hutchi- •on.' a^nativ* of Cleveland, jO. c ;': .> •\u25a0; Friends \u25a0 and acquaintances - are respectfully " invited vto -. attend . the \ funeral ' today . (Tues- day), at- 8:30 o'clock a. ' m... from the parlon '. of Carew & English, 1618 Geary. street, thence to, Mission (Dolores church, where a requiem high mats for ' the repose of her soul wlll.be ' "celebrated," commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy, Cross cemetery.' ••.- A PATH TO E VEH Y PLOT City" Office," G ran t Bid*. Market and 7«b St«. I^^IPODIAWN IQWiICEMETERY San 'Mateo : County/: Finest-and beat \u25a0 equipped f Receiving Vault and Chapel. Masonic Cemetery Association. " Office 1164?O'Farrell st. " :- ._* -, •^Ji.\:--. ; . . OCEAN' TRAVEL ; Toyo Kisen KaisKk '\u25a0I'.'j \u25a0 . (Oriental Steamship Co.) •\u25a0\u25a0>• ; \ Have opened, their permanent office 'at - Room 240, James Flood Building S? S.V'Nlppon" Mara" (calls at Manila), Thurs- day/ August, 15,11907. .-'-:'\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 . . 8. "S..- '.'Hongkong Aiaru I .'- (calls at Manila), Thursday. September. 12.11907. ... .. . _ • S.*S.*-. ''America v Maru,"-. Wednesday, .October 2, 1907.J/ .'\u25a0.'''•:.••'.\u25a0 \u25a0 : ;.", \u25a0:/ '•'•••' : -\u25a0''-;;?<• yj ."; '- j Steamers ' will,, leave ; wharf, ' corner . First .and Brannan': streets/, ?1" p. «m.;'for Yokohama and Hongkong. .: calling <at • Honolulu, '; Kobe ; (Hlogo 1. Nagasaki and Shanghai, and connecting at Hong- kong iwlth : steamers : for Manila, India. s etc. :\u25a0'"\u25a0 Ni» cargo ;rec*lyed : on- board ; on i day . of - sailing, r/. ' - \u25a0'• • Round trip ; tickets at ' reduced rates. <\u25a0 ,~ . . -- x . ".. •\u25a0'' \u25a0% "&> For freight ! and passage apply, at of flee," James ;.:- ;; ; \ w/Jktmir^ - i . -. . . r Assistant, General- Manager.'. olEANies.Sieo/ TAHITI, ; SOUTH BEASTS.' S. ; Marlposa sails 11 »\u25a0» \u25a0 a/* tn.T" Aug fl. "-1 nound ltrlp. \u25a0 first , class,* sl2s. rr, HOMOLULTJ— S. . 8. i. Slrrra sails Aug.- 24, 11 vj a." m.^ Round ; trip, ! $135. r, ;••';.: • ...- > ?• ; HONOLtTLTJ-f S. i S.\ 'Sierra V sails • f?ept. 14, 11 \u25a0arm.^ Bounditrln/;|18R.. '\u25a0- . \u25a0 . Passenger /lVpt.ffi. 8 1 Market -st.:. Freight offic*. • 58 Clay : st/ ; Phone : Temp. 123 i. - AUCTION SALvES \u25a0£ssji Ruction Sale i^ Weclnesday, August 7th AT 11 a. m. AT 565 FOURTH ST^, I will sell 35 head of cheap. well broken Horses, of -all classes:- 8 heavy, teams: 3 saddlers: 3 drivers: 22 Vehicles: 19 sets of Harness: 1 *Ulr« stallion ; ; 2 Burros;: 2 Cows. : ' Parties desiring to dispose of their stork. and. vehicles can do so by entering them In this sale.' J. ,W. MEDERIOS. - Licensed Anetloaeer. Auction Sale Wednesday, Aug. 7, 1 1 a.m. .. We will sell 37 head of large work horses salt- able, for country "work; 9 head of single driving horses; ' 6 \u25a0 sets : double harness; ,3 : light " single buggies; : 4 sets of single harness; one light driving cart; B dirt wagons. Sale takes place at Scofleld's stables, . cor. Market and Brady near 12th st. SqOFIELD A McFADIN. .' Livestock "Auctioneers. Ontslde • stock 'sold on commission. - \u25a0 - - ; OCEAX TH AVEL - ' XTySSk' Steamers Leavs Broadway /SXjUt-VC^v • Wharves. . AhT^ "^>?A LOW RATES. Including /aylCiJUlfcM, \Cft BERTH AND MEALS, j [ VfSfia ) I SPECIAL ROUND TRIP VAv U^^VEV VOn . LOS A!f GELES 'SA^r DIEGO \u25a0S*QS£S: SANTA BARBARA Santa Rosa Every Sunday. 10 a.m. State of California ... Every Thursday. 10 a.m. FOR SEATTLE, TACOMA, VICTORIA \'AXD VANCOUVER, B. C^ PUGET SOUND AND ALASKAN PORTS 50n0ma....'..' Aug. 20. 11 «. m. Presluent August 10, 29. 11 a.m. Omatllla ........August 15, 30. 11 a. m. B ROUND THE POUND EXCURSION. 11 DATS' round. tUp, Including berth and meaU. |-15. FOR EUREKA CHUMBOI.DT BAY)* City of Topeka.:..Aug. 6, 11. 16, 21, 2%, 81 ...10:30 a. m. Pomona ......Aug. 4. 0. 14. 19, 24, 29, ............10:30 a. m. FOR GTJAYMAS.iMAZATLAN, LA PAZ, - EXBEXADA, SAN. JOSR DEL CABO, ALT ATA, MAGDALEN A BAY, MET. Coracao .7th of each month, 10 a.m. ALASKA EXCURSION LEAVE SEATTLE AND VICTORIA. k Spokane • Angtuß & \' NOME 'OR STi MICHAEL Rrtator Sept. «. Oct. 7 President . : Sept. 28 Montara ..Ang. 13 (freight only) Right reserved to change this schedule. TICKET OFFICES: • SAN FRANCISCO— 3 Market st. and Broadway Wharf. Telephone Temporary 402. OAKLAND »fl9 Broadway. San . FraaclscA Freight Office— Broadway Wharf. C. D.DUNANN. G. P. A.. San Francisco. jiamburg-Jfrmericari. IWIN SCREW EXPRESS AND <fASSEKGER SERVICE Plymouth— Cherbourg— Hamburg IG. Waldersee...Aug. 10 *Deutschland ... v Aug. 29 Bluecher . .....Aug. IS Pretoria Aug. 31 Pennsylvania /.Aug. 17 *Kalserni (Bew)Sept. S •Amerlka (new). Aug. K.Patricia Sept. 7 •Among spMlal features of these \u25a0 vessels tn Grillroom. Gymnasium. Palm Garden. Kltz-Carl- ton Restaurant. Elevators, Electric Baths, Band. Mediterranean' Service. .TO GIBRALTAR, NAPLES AND GENOA. •tMortke..; ....Kept. 8, Oct. 15. Nov. 28 tHamburg.. .:..Sept. 24, Nov. 6, Jan. 4 •Flas. Grillroom. tHas Gymnasium. -~ ORIENT MADEIRA, SPAIN, HOLYLAND AND THE NILE ," 2 CruUes of 79 Days* Duration. S. S. MOI.TKE. from .\rn York, Jan. 2!). $300 and UP, including All Expenses SMflsmtgEfirAboard. --csaay»BßßW9> Xevr S. S. "PRESIDENT GRAXT" ( 1 8,000 \u25a0 tonn ) , Feb. - I.M , 9375,' InclutlloK All Expenses Aboard : and "Ashore.. . TOURIST BUREAU . R. R. Tickets. Hotel Accommodation* ao"d gen- ersl informatlott about foreign travel. - : Travelers'- Checks, good ail over tbe world. Hamburg-American Line 008 Market St., San Francisco. .. \u25a0 Telephone. Temporary 2946. .. AMERICAN LINE *-. Plymouth— Cherbourg-— -Southampton Phlladelph In — Queen* tow n — Liverpool ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE New' York— London Direct HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE \>tv York— Rotterdam* ; via Bonlomt Sailing .Wednesdaysr.as'per Sailing List.' RED STAR LINE' »vr York— Dover— Antwerp WHITE STAR LINE \u25a0 Xerv York—- Queen* to vrn— Liverpool Plymouth— Cherbourg— Southampton Boston— Queenntown— Liverpool . _ .New York— Asores— Mediterranean CBETIC ..Sept. 26, noon; Nov. ?, Dec. 11 REPUBLIC ... :..... ...Oct. 24, Nov. SO DoKtoa— Aaores— Mediterranean ROMANIC Sept.' l 4, 3 p. ml: Oct. M, Dec. 5 CANOPIC....:.Oct. 1 5, 9_i.;0.:9 _i.;O.: Nor. 16, Jan. 11 G. N. KOEPPEL. Passenger Agent Pacific Coast. 86 'Ellis street near Market. Compagnie Generate Transatlantiqne ;"' ' DIRECT LINE ,TO JHAVRE-PARIS. Satlmg every Thursday • instead of Saturday, at' lo a. m.. from Pier 42. North river, foot of Morton street. mMMw- \u25a0First class to Havre, $70 and upward; second class to Havre. $45 and upward. GENERAL AGENCY. FOR UNITED .STATES 'AND CAN- ADA, 22. Broadway (Hudson building), N«w York. J. F. FTJUAZI. manager Parlflc Coast. (530 Montgomery \u25a0 street, fan Francisco. Tickets sold. by all rallrosd ticket agents. . . CALI^ $1- YEAR RAILWAY- TRAVEL' Northwestern Pacific Railroad Co. May 5, 1807. SHORE DIVISION For \u25a0 Saitanllto, 3IIU Valley, San Rafael WEEK DAYS— Every \u25a030 minutes from 6:15 to 9:45 .a. m.; hourly until 2:45 p. m.; then every -30 minutes until 7:45 4 p. m.: 9:00, 10:16" and 11:55; p.- m. SUNDAYS — Every 30 minutes from 6:16 a.m. until. B;ls p.: m.;. 9:00. •9:15. •9:45, 10:15 and 11:65 p.m. : For Fairfax— Week days — 6:15, «:«S, 7:15. ! 8:16 a.' m., 2:45. 3:15, 3:45. 4:1%. 4:45 and 5:15 p. m. Sundays—^-8.: 15, 9:15, .10:15, 10:45, .11:46. a. m.; 12:45, 1:43, 2:45,-4:15, 4:45 and!B:ls p.- m. For ;b'an- Quentin— Daily-i8:15, 9:45. 11:45 a. m., 12:45 and 1:45. p. m. , ! 8:15 a", m. daily, 2:45 p. m. dally ex-^ cept • Sunday^ and 5:15 p. m. Sunday only for Camp.^Meeker,. Monte . Rljj, Qazadero and way stations. . * 9:15 a.-*m. > Sundayjonly and 5:15 p. tn. dally except." Sunday -for La^unitas. Camp. -Taylor,. Point Reyes way stations. •To Sausallto only. HSU WESTERN' DIVISION For Tlbnron,* Belvedere and: San Rafael .• \u00847j30,'8:00,'9:15, 11:00 a. m., 12:25, 3:10, 5:10,*5:60. 6:30 p. mrdaily.. .". * 7:30* a.im:" dally for Petaluma, Santa Rosa.:Cloverdale, Uklah, YWlints/ Sher- wood." Sebastopol and -way 'stations. '• < • *.*; 8:00 ?a." m. daily ; for-Petaluma. Santa Rosa,: Camp "Vacation, Glen Ellen and way stations. i^atssnßßßQßPßßnN^Hnc vi3:3op.4.m." .daily for; Petaluma, Santa •Rosa, :Cloverdale,;iJklah, vOu«rnev!ll», Sebastopol and, way stations. '. -•-\u25a0:> 5 :iOyjp.-,m: daily for -Petaluma. Santa Rosa,: ulen Ellen," Sebastopol' and way stations:, \u25a0 ''•'." \u25a0 " m.-Sunday.only for'Petaluma, Santa .Rosa; 'Glen Ellen ; and - way \u25a0 sta- tions. \u25a0"•.-•' ™*To Tibufon only,' ©n.weel" days. '. v '.Ticket *of flees :.;\u25a0 Ferry and General Offices, James ; Flood .bnildlnsr. 1 ' . j"-.v \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0•\u25a0. ,-JAS.- 1 AGLER; General Manager. J. J. GSABTi Act. Gen/ Passenger ft Freignt Agt. JRAiI4WAY_Tn-\yEL ..--- — . — -\u25a0 - "\u25a0 ; T~~ ~~— — — - .• , Tnkv fc»fe tad trt da* J . jfo/^^jA San Francisco I j\-£2jg£-J J FKOM Ju>E U. 1907 FERRY DEPOT \^j tX ; '. „ Foot of Market Street I^ya ~~ VIA OAKLAND PIER— Arriva 7.M« Kichmond.Benlcia. Solstra. Sac- ratnento. and Way Stations... IM9 7.00. Elmira, Vac»vtll?,RuDSOT ..%...- IM* 7.0O« DavlJ. MarysTllle. Oroville. - - Rosertlle. Red Blu2. Duiummr 7.43» 7.M* Hayxrard. Niles, San Jose _ 7JB» IMm Vallejo, Xapa. Ca"»9to»a. Santa Rosa, Mirtlnea. San P.amon...- 921* 7.40 a Kilea. Pleasanton; Livennore. ' Tracy.TLathrop. Stockton 1289 MQ» Shasta Express— (Via. ©aril.) . - WlllUms. . Bartlett Eprinss. VTlllovs.'.Ke<S BhUT. Ashland. " - Portland « and East oJap 929* Martlnez-AnMooh Byron Tracy. ;-•«; -•« Stockton. K«wman. Los Banos. . Mendota. Annona. Hanford. 4.88» Vtsalia. PorterTilla.— *•<*» : L2ta Port Costa. Lathrop. Modesto. Merced. Raymond. . Fresno. . Hanford, Vhalia.Tulare. Bak- ers field — «-**» &20a Newark. San Jose. Los Gatos. Wri»ht — - •— -- « •«* 8 » 9.00« Nlles.- Llverraore. Stockton • (•Milton). ValleT Sprln*. lono. Sacramento. Red Blufl_ 4.M» IMm Sonora. Tuolnmne and An gels,— «.»8» 9.00. AtiantUs Expre« — Osrden : *^S» 9.80 m .Truckee. Lake Tahoe. Reno. ] Tonopah. Goldfield. Beatty — I 7J»p 1.40 a Eichmond. Port Costa, Martinev | :; and Way Stations ™ — J •• w l 10.00* The Overland Limited— Omaha. _-- • Chicago. Denver. Kansas City »\u25a0«»; 19.2t>« VaUcJo. Mare laland.Nap* Il^f* 10.20« Los Angelas Pwsenser— Port -V 1V 1 Costa. Marline*. Byron. Tracy. .7 ; Lathrop. Stockton. Merced. .'- Fresno. Goslien Junction. Han- ford, Lemoora. Visalia. Tulare. 9 •:. Bake»fleld.Los Ansrele*—-. \u2666 jJ«» 12J»p Nlles.San Jose and Way &tationB , Z. 45* 1.40p Newark. Ban Jose. Santa Crua. Laurel, Bonlder Creek, Del Monte. Pacific Grove :— ••*«» 3.009 Benida, Wlnteri. Sacramento. . y. Woodiand. Kuigbta Landing, ; MarjSTille and Oroville. _.-_-. I!>.*s» 3 JOp Yosemita Valley via Raymond— V.'awona Route.. , — 8 -* sa - 3.20p Eort Costa, • Martinez. Byaon. - Modesto. Merced. Fresno Hr??' 3JOp San Leandro. NUes. San Jose.__ 9AU- 3.3«» Via Tiboroa, West >apa. St. - - • «. Helena. Calistoga =r~;-; I9JS * 3.40p Portland Express, (via PaTis). - r Williams. \u25a0 Willows. Red Bluff. Ashland. Portland and East • f.4to 4.COp Vallejo. Martinet. San Ramon. - Napa Callstoaa SanU Rosa.- J-W» 4.«0» Nlles. Tracy. Stockton Lodi_ r - W2U 4.20p China and Japan Fast Mall— • • Ofcden.Pueblo. Denver.Kaxaas City. St. Louis. Chicago. : Martinez. Btoekton. Sacra- \u25a0\u25a0•- mento. Reno, Sparka — .... — ,»*••*» 4.40 a San Leaodro. "Hayward. Nllea,l;tS^Ba Pleaaanton. Llvennore » t«.w S.« 0» The Owl Limited— Newman, Lcs ;. - > Banoe. Mendota. Fresno. To- -\u25a0\u25a0-.: lare. Bakerefleld.Loi Angeles M»* S. 00» Newark. San Jose. Los Gatos. > *,\u25a0>, Wright .... : -•- YS*- SL2U» San Leandro. Nile*. Smn J05e..:... 7.48« 5.«p Valleio. Port Costa. Benicia.Bul- - * " sun. Sacramento __..._. ~ - H.*»» «.2fl» Fast Mall-O gde n. Cheyenne, \ v Omaha, Chicago, ~ ." «.«» «.2«p Hay ward. NUea and San Jose — '•-\u2666 8t;8 t; IMb Goldfleld Pass.— Port Costa. Be- . . ulcia. Suiiun. Elmira. Dlxon. •.; Darli. Sacramento. .Tmckee Lake Tahoe. Wa da worth. Hazen. Fallen. Tonopah. Gold- . field. Beatty. and Keeler 1M» 7.0«» Valleio. Benecia and Way 6ta- tlons. Sunday only __—.__- UJ3* «.20p Oregon - Express— Sacramento. Marysville. Bedding. Port- m - •land. Piiget Sound and last. ».W* COAST LJNE <J-(Thlrd ftmJTrgnnand StrweU) ».I0« Valencia St.. San Jose and Way Stations-.: 'J. :.- — - — —- :- •J» JS.SC« Sunday Excursion— ianta Cruz. . Boulder Creek. Laurel. Del - • Monte, Monterey . — — IltUO* 7.M« Valencia St. Redwood. San Jose. Morganhlll. GUroy. Pajaro. Watsonville. SanU Crnt— Lau- rel-Boulder Creek. Del Monte. Monterey. Pactnc Grove. 11.23« 8.0 a» The Coaster — San Jose. Salinas. Paso Robles Hot Springs. Santa Margarita. San Lois Oblspo.: Guadalnne. Santa ; . Barbara. San • Bu«n«ve»ttara. Oxnanl. Borbank. Los Angeles IMSm B.ooa D*l Monte. Pacific Grove. Surf. Lompoc.^^..-. \~~~ ll.ISj ».«• San Jose.- Gilroy. Salinas. Pa*o Robles Hot Springs. San . LuisObi.<ipo— Los Gatos. Alma. \u25a0 - • .Wright— T re a P'nos— Santa Cruz. Laurel. Boulder Creek- Del Monte. Monterey. Pacific ' Grove -...._ - — -~^~ — 4.J0» 10.30* Valencia St.. Bnrllngaaie. San MAteo. Redwood. Palo Alto, fan J05e......—.- " 7.4f1« II JO* Valencia St.. Cemeteries. San Jose and Way Stations. . v — i. 1.45» 1.40p Valencia St..' Cemeteries. Savn Jose . ; _^. . _ 10.10* 1.409 Santa Cruz." Laurel. Boulder Creek™... : - ;.: 7-3O» 3.W» Del Moute Express — Valencia St.; 3aa Jose. Gilroy. Castro- ' villa. Del Monte. Monterey. Pacific Grove 12.15* 3.159 South San Francisco. San Jose. ' Tw3 Pino* ; IO.JS« « Sunset Express— El Paso. Hous-, ton. New Orleans — Paso Robles Ho* Springs, Santa Barbara. Lo* Ac»elM... 12.40» t4 JOp Valencia St..' San Jose and Way .'Stations -.-^- f».oBa 4.409 Valencia St.. San Jose and Way , Stations .. . : - ÜBp tS.OO». Valencia St.. Burllagame. San Mateo. Palo \u25a0 A Ito. . San Jose. Los Gatos. Wright,...— ' f 9JJS» 5.20» San Jose. Watsonville. Santa Cxua s.2op S.4C» Valencia St.. San Mateo. Red* wood.Palo Alto. San Jose.™ — 5JOp tS.OOn Valencia St.. Sau Jose and Way. Stations .... X....~. r . t«.48« «Jop Valencia St.. South San.Frao. cisco. San Jo»e ..,', '\u0084 " . SJOp 7.00« New Orleans Express— San Jose. ' Salinas. Paso RoblM Hot Springs. San Luis \ Obigpo • Santa Barbara Los ARgele&__ tJQ* Pemlnsr. KlPaio.New Orleans — lX44p 7.Mp Del Monte. Monterey. Pacirio Grov^-Lotnpoc — 11.15*. I.Mp Valencia St., Ocean View. Palo Alto. Ban Jose ._: Ji~ T.3«»i 11.45p Valencia St.. Palo Alto. San Jose. tSJOm ji.909 Bacramfmto River 9teamerq . ti.O^S • Union Transfer Company agents rolWv baggage and checks on trains of Southern Pacific and deliver to residence. Thjy arm aathoHsed to check baggage direct from, re|idepfp. \u25a0 \u25a0 - - OAKLAND H/IRDOR FERRY (Foot of Market Street) ."*- * 7J». 8X0. 9X0. 10.00. 11.00a. m.'i- * ».j 12J0. 1X0. 2X0. 3.00. -t 00. 5.00, 6.00, BXO. g.OO »M^ A for Morning \u25a0 ' P f or Afternoon -..%.' t Sunday pxcected. t3unday only. .. * 51T. TAJIALPAIS RAILWAY , Via Samallto Ferry— Foot of Market 81 '-Lv.gaaFmn. tm I Lt. T»m«lp«l» WEKK SO'- 4&**W\. rCS ~ rr%X OAV DAT fSsH&g&a PAT D*V 9-43 A "-"A «^^^Sf >-2SA WJA " 9:15 A 11:10 A l«40 P *ii«P* » :4 * A :tJ "^BS^ 12-18 P 4:UP ' BATUR- 12:45 P ' yT. 3a<» P iATCTU •day 2:15 P LetallMMays 4:40 P dat 4:43 P B:4^ P taaOy Tlw *:*» P »-30 P TICKET OFFICB AT SAUSAUTO FEERY * BAYA.ND INTER URBA.V ROUTES MARE. ISLAND NAVY YARD VALLEJO AND NAPA XAPA noim Monticelfo S. S. Co. and Sapa ,V*U*f Electrla R. R. Co. float; conaeetioo*. ft— ROUND TRIPS DAILY—* ' " Boats Irite . »ia Franclnco 7:o>\ »»;45 «.* m.. 12:30 noun. 3:15, «:0«. # »:30 p. at. San fraociaco latxllas ma<i offlc*. Clay »treet wharf., north *n<t Kerry/ bulldlog. Market street ferry. Mpn!<« « la carte.' Pbon* T«Bpnr»ry 40fi. \u25a0 1 , *Laod»:yaTy Yard; directs -.- -.- . . 0C8.1.V TRAVEL t .' SEATTLE, TACOMA, PUGET SOUND A.YD 'ALL. -POINTS IN* AUSKA Throofb Freight and I'agsenger Rates. , Eicgant Steel Steamer*. . - Special -round i trip excursion -rates betw#eo Ssn Francisco and Pwtret mnati point*; also Vic- toria and Vancouver, -B. C. iwe. July, .August and September. ;:S^S*mHHH39MEMH BUCKMAN AND WATSON - '"SalHajreTcry Saturday *t 1:30 p. m.' 13