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Canine Bluebloods to Vie in San Mateo Kennel Club Show Which Burlingame Society Folk Will Attend Miss Crocker Will Enter Famous Boston Terriers Against All Comers The upper picture shows the private polo pavilion of. Francis J. Carolan at Burlingdmc. big. open air dog show will be held on this field today. The lower picture is of W. F.'Wchs English bulldog Nairod's Duchess of Solano. She is by champion Rodney Dauntless. BURLIXGAME, Sept. 8. — Preparations for the San Mateo kennel club show are well under way, and by Monday morning all will be in readiness for the Judging- of canines of high degree and blue blood. Many of the San Mateo aha Burlingame society people have !-ignified their intention of making en tries for the show, including the Caro lans. Brewers, Tubbs, Crockers and r»rlscolls. Miss Jennie Crocker will onter her famous Boston terriers, which are expected to carry everything be fore them in their class. Notwithstanding the fact that there are many counter attractions Monday, including golf'and at Del Monte, it is expected that society will tarn out in'force, many having planned to make the trip up from Del Monte in their machines fpr the end of the show. Committees from the Burlingame woman's club will serve luncheon of coffee, tea. sandwiches and cake from the Carolan clubhouse between 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. Preparations are be ing 1 made to serve 1,000 persons at the luncheon. IDEAL HEATHER ASSISTS RIFLEMEN AT RANGES OAKLAND, Sept. B.— ldeal shooting weather favored the .marksmen at the Shell Mound ranges this afternoon and some splendid scores were made. ..In. the monthly medal shoot of the San Francisco verein J. D. Helse, shooting with the champion class, ran up the total of 224, beating the winner of the first class by five points. Arrangements have been completed for the sixth annual celebration of .the Shell Mound rifle and pistol club, whiph will take the form of a theater party, at Idora park September 23. j George Hughes, the secretary of the club, has sent invitations to every shooting club in the state. Ferris Hartman, the come dian, and Paul Stelndorff, the musical director at Idora park, are members , of the Germania schuetzen club and have, promised the marksmen that they will do everything in their power to pro mote the success of the show. The annual meeting of the Shell Mound club will be held at headquarters Friday evening, September 13. Today's scores: Camp Llscum. Spanisli -American war veterans monthly m»dal shoot — A. Beal 40. E. McDonald 31, F. K*»nßhaw SO, VL. Laneng 26, E. R. Dunne* 14. U. Mudjre 35. W. Brick 23, H. Hubert 37.: E. B-yk 37, TV. Hopkins 39. R. Fenton 23. . t • San Francisco schuetzen verein, monthly medal shoot — Expert class, D. B. Faktor 21»; cham pion class. J. D. Ilctse 224; first clam. D. Sal field £12; second class. D. Dunker 160; fourth class, H. Intermaa IS3. Competition shoot — J. D. Helse. 71, 70, C 3, 68; L. Bendel, 70. 70, C 7. 05, 68; O. Bremer, C 9. 65, «3; D. Balfleld, M. C 5. CO; 11. lnteruian, 65; K. Werthelmer. 60. C 5. 61. San Francisco turner schuettrn, monthly medal shoot— B. Jonas. 194; M. Nagle. 129; F. Kiatzl. IBS. 168; C. Abraham*, 13C. 116; R. J. Fraser 2(Xt, 216; C. Komiaer, 120. 127; A. O. Welmer.' 157. 161; I). ' Davidson.- 129. 156; Cantata J Utrnub, UC, 200; 11. Ence. 209.-195." \u25a0 . BuUseye slioot — B. Jonats, 2C5; F. J. Kiatzl 1.01S: R. J. Fraser. 1,121"; Captain J.- Straub. 715: H. Enjre.-320. . '. . Xorddeutscuer Fcbwfß'n club, 'bTillseye vhoot F. 1 " P. Schuster, 476: E. Ips»n. <!73; ' R. Stettin, 720; F. C. ,Rust, P27: J. D. Helse, 1.109; H. ) iu!*>r. 1.252: J. dc Wit, 1,2*2: C. Lemcke, 3.435; D. SftlJJPld. 1.470; Aupost Wettphal, 1.480. Gcrm&nia Seliuctren club, monthly medal Ffaoot— Kxprrt class, F. P. Schunter, 223, 209; rhampt-m olass. J. D. H«-i»«\ 223. 205; Cr»t <-!a*B. B. Jon«R. 2<i7. 200: second class. D. A. Iliintpmann. 20."; tiiird class. G. Guntuer, ICS, I 4»: unclassified. R. J. '-"raner, 207, 20S. Golden Gate clnb rifle score — H. Knc<>. C? 67- J. M. Kla«=sen. «SS, «!0; B. Jona*. <J7, «6, C 4; *-lub button match, C. M. Henderson. 217, in»- H. A. Wotber. 210, 204; J. M. Klassen. 195, 191. Infippotnlcnt rifle*. mout!:!y medal shoot— <». Mcnolf -1. J. Donaran r,2, M. Anrtreton 43. J. Harp* 30. I-\ Ijiwlor 5. A. G. Zimmerman I'x. C. Srlinfi.ler 39, Sergeant P. Volkman 44, Sergeant 1.. Mftyer MO. Seigeant C. Andrews 44, <"urj«>ral i\ Seuonij: «12, J. Murp!>>- 41. H. yUn»\f 52, 11. WVraack 31. C. Llndeker 4fl. H. Hilkco 3rt, K. Vlkrowrity 17. -W. Saiith 50. C«n»ral A. I»ictrick 2?. A. Terapel 50. BIG FOOTBALiL. SQUAD FTAXFORD UNIVERSITY,- Sept. B.— The second Rugby football season will bt> ushered in at Palo Alto tomorrow, .afternoon, when the Stanford- 'players will appear upon the field to' tak*^ their first instruction from Coaches Lanagan and Presley. The squad is so Jarge this year that the task of coaching the entire number will b? a difficult one;; but while 169 men will appear upon the turf, at least 100 are old university men and have arcjuircd the rud'm^nts ' of the game. The frefhmen will be placed in a sepa rate f qua ' AUTOMOBILE DEALERS WANT STREET REPAIRED R. R. l'Hommedieu The automobile dealers along Golden Gate avenue are up in arms over the way the street department has been treating them. The avenue was im proved from Fillmore to Van Ness. Then the workingmen crossed Van Ness and tore up Golden* Gate for a block. They took off the top asphaltum, piled It along the gutter and quit work. That was two weeks ago. There are a number of automobile agencies in that vicinity, and the deal ers have to drive over the pile of rub bish several times a day to. reach the street. There seems to bjp no relief In sight, and no one appears to know when conditions are to be bettered. If the dealers' association were a little more active there might be some re sults. . . . Next Saturday there will be a one day automobile race meet at the state fair at Sacramento. Some of the rac ing men are going up to take part in the races, but many a>e holding back, as they do not see how It will be pos sible to put the track into good condi tion In one day. Of late there has been a number of accidents In track races, and the drivers are demanding that the tracks be In good condition before they start. The following is the offi cial program: Three miles, motor cycles, handicap, free for all — $tO first, $5 second. Money or trophies at option of winners. \u25a0 Five miles, touring cars. $2,000 Hut or under 150 first, $12.50 second. J25 to drivers. Money or trophies at option of winners. Fire miles, touring cars, $1,500 to $3.600— 550 first, $12.80 second, $25 to drivers. Money or trophies at option of winners. FlTe miles, touring cars, $3,000 and upward — $50 first. $12.50 second. $25 to drivers. Money or trophies at option of winners. \u25a0\u25a0 , \u25a0 Fire miles, gasoline runabouts, $1,500 and | tinder, raring committee to decide— s4o first. $10 second, $20 to driven. Money or trophies at option of winners. Five miles, roadsters, over $1,500 — $40 first, $10 Feeond. $20 to drivers. Money or trophies at option of winners. \u25a0 Ten miles, facing cars — $180 first, $64 second. Money .or trophies at option of winners. The following are the conditions under which the races will be run: Each entry will be required to deposit $10 as a guarantee of starting, which deposit will be returned when car passes under the tape. With the exception of the seventh race, all events will be for stock cars, from which muf flers, mudguards, lamps and bonnets may be re moved. la any; event where the entry is sufficiently large to require heat*, these heats will be for t&ree miles, and the final heat five miles. . No car will be allowed on the track until the race is called, and in order to economize time the first car to the start will be given choice of positions on the track. Tfce committee reserves the right to place a time limit on any race in which there are not more than three starters. . -AH protests most be made to the Judges before \Wf „ S-Bpt. 11, 12, 13, 30, Oct. I, 7 vH w%^W Chicago .. . $72.50 St. Louis .. . $07.50 ] J&Slj Omaha .... $60.00 Memphis . . . $67.50 l||i|| Kansas City. . $60.00 New Orleans . $67.50 MORE RATES TO OTHER POINTS wKf "" \u25a0 Gs£ Dining room— state room sleepers-|-select : dining service. \u25a0H^ Parlor observation car— library .and cafe" through to the lake city. ' WM SOUTHERN PACIFIC-UNION PACIFIC THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1907; TIME ALLOWANCES FOR TODAY'S YACHT RACE The regatta committee of the Pacific Interclub . yacht association, has made up the time allowances for the annual regatta, which is to be held today over the channel course. The preparatory signal will be given, at 11:55 a; ra. and five : minutes afterward the first class will be sent away. The -following are the time allowances: 20 foot special class, starts at 12 m. — Btiby, standard; Ruby, 1 minute 37 seconds. »., Yawl class, starts at 12:10 p. m. — lola, standard ; Truant, 8 . minutes . 60 seconds ; Mary, 15 minutes 53 seconds.. ' • ' ... 25 foot class, starts at 12:20 p. m."— \u25a0 Aeolian, •standard; Mist, 1 minute 27 seconds ;' DiscoTery, 2 minutes 53 seconds; Neva, 3 minutes 4T sec onds; Nettle, 4 minutes 43 seconds; Ceres,'- fl minutes 82 seconds; Moonlight, 6 minutes 32 seconds. :.~ \u25a0->. \u25a0\u25a0-. -\u25a0 \u25a0 . \u25a0 , . 30 foot class, starts 12:30 p. m.-TChallenffer, standard; Nautilus, 1 minute 39 seconds; White Heather, 2 minutes SO seconds; Ethel '11, -4 minutes 4 seconds; 'V. and I.; s "minutes 53 eeconds. -. :*•.\u25a0;\u25a0 V \u25a0 3G foot clans, starts" at 12:40 p. m. — Harpoon, standard; Edith,- 51 .seconds; Alert. 1 minute 36 seconds* Perhaps,; 2 jnlnutes, 23 seconds; Presto, 2 minutes 31.V seconds. 44 foot class, starta at .12:50 p. m. — Annie,, standard; Yankee, 5 minutes 68 seconds; Nixlo, 0 minutes 8 seconds^ Speedwell, 8 minutes 31 seconds. \u25a0 -^ -\u25a0' \u25a0«**\u25a0 "Gasene" once tried you'll Tuse no other soap on washable shirtwaists. • . the cars leave the track, and the decision of the Judges shall be final. . , ' \u25a0 : ' No responsibility for accidents will be assumed by the state agricultural society, and all claims for damages that may occur, are hereby .waived by both the owner and driver. ' * Each person entering will be : required to dp posit $10 as a guarantee that the car will start, which deposit must be forwarded with the en try. Checks should ,be made payable to the secretary of the California state fair. All entries will close at midnight on Wednes day, September 11, with J. A. Fllcher. the sec retary, at Sacramento.'^ Entries made by mall which show a postmark prior to that time will be accepted. • Deposit must accompany entry. Any entry may be accepted; or rejected by the \u25a0oclety without caute being stated. . m m m . - \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 Robert W. Martland, president of the Martland automobile company, which handles" the Glides car, with his .wife; Warren Manley, secretary, and Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose, have gone to San Jose in a 190S seven passenger Glide touring car. The Martland , automobile com pany expects to anounce soon the ar rival of a complete assignment of parts, now on the road, for itsil9oß cars. /This will be the first consignment of 1908 parts for the coast William A.* Menne has purchased a 1908 six cylinder Glide touring seven passenger car. * The . H. H. Franklin company has is sued its advance news of the 1908 cars iq an attractivebooklet. The 1908 cars will have more power than the present ones. '. The 12 .horsepower car will be come a 16 horsepower vehicle; the 20 a 28 and the 30 a 42. All this has been gained with: no> heavier engine/ SCHMITZ PICKS FRIEND RONCOVIERI FOR MAYOR Seeks "Vihxiication" by Put • ting Associate; on the Ticket EAGAN IS RECEPTIVE Chairman of Labor;: Party County Committee" Might Accept By John Taylor Waldorf A rumor, comes from the county Jail that ~A. Roncovieri, superintendent %of schools, is the choice of Eugene E. Schmitz, for- mayor of^San Francisco. No orders.- have been issued '\u25a0[ to ; the Schmitz followers, but the word'ls be ing passed around quietly that Gene would like to see. "Roncy' s" name at the 'head of the union labor ticket." , Such a selection by Schmltz la i not surprising. He and Roncovieri have been close friends i for years. Both -were musicians, Schmitz an orchestra leader and Roncovierl a bandmaster. When Schmltz became mayor he made Roncovieri a member of the board of education. ;in January, 1906, ; Ronco vieri went a" step higher, being ap pointed: superintendent of schools to fill the vacancy caused by the resigna tion of William H. Langdon, who had been elected 'district attorney. "Roncy" liked his ne^w job andlast fall, when he decided K to seek election at the hands of the people, Abe Ruef , whose friend ship for "Roncy" was second only to that of Schmltz, gave him a string 1 of nominations. , : His only opponent * was a woman' socialist, who received' about 2,000 votes in a poll of 36,000. \u25a0' Now that Schmitz is no longer avail able the followers of the . Imprisoned leader are; likely to look upon Ronco vierl as the Ideal candidate. Although Gene has a more imposing appearance, "Roney'^: is dark and bearded, . has a pleasing address and, take him all jin all, has a personality which suggests the_"big fellow" who would like to run, but can't because of previous engage ments. To the Schmitz partisan the word "bandmaster" has an appealing sound. It seems to have as much class to it as "orchestra leader." 'Then, there 1 . Is another thing in "ROncy's" favor— =ffß~won't have to drag along a string, of indictments. The • Inspired suggestion that Ron covieri'be; nominated for mayor indi cates that " Schmitz : has,' at last given up all", hope of seeking "vindication" at the polls. For months after his' Incar ceration Schmitz informed every vis itor to \u25a0 his- apartments in the county jail that he surely would be a candi date, again. Nothing, seemed to dis courage him. The idea of -making an appeal' to the voters became a mania. He would tell the 'people that his con viction was part of a plot to destroy union labor and - they would believe him. The^court decision declaring Dr. Taylor mayor was hard blow, but Schmitz Insisted on running, no, matter what happened. SCHMITZ CHANGES MIND Evidently the attitude of>. the .sev eral captains of the union labor .party finally caused Schmitz to change his mind. The captains could see nothing alluring in a plan that called for the nomination of a candidate who could not-^et out of jail to. make a. canvass ,and|who,?lf he. obtained a, plurality at \u25a0the r polls,- couldVr.not' take the office. Without;,: a \u25a0';. nomination Schmitz could get on ' the ballot -ln'.only one way-— by petition.' His friends .; did not • want to circulate a petition, and his ability to do such work for himself was - lim ited. True, he , could .go among his fellow prisoners at the county jail and get their ; signatures, : but even this would not do. Although these men are still citizens ther are not enough of them to make up the required percent age of the voting population. That was the last, straw. Schmitz was willing to run, but fate had loaded him down with a political Oregon boot. Now, it Is sai'i, he realizes his plight and is plnnln// his hopes on the elec tion of some friend whose success he might refer tOjAS the longed for "vin dication."-. i± y ; If labor ief.'.'ers take up Roncovlerl and boom ,h?/n for the .mayoralty, all talk of fusion with the, democrats will cease at once. Roncovierl, .if he runs at all, will head a straight union labor ticket. For two reasons the democrats would decline even to consider him as a fusion candidate. One is his friend ship* for Schmitz and the other is his friendship for Ruef. The rumor that Schmltz has named Roncovlerl as the "Ideal's" ideal is probably" a feeler. If the labor party leaders and the delegates generally de. Clare "Roncy'.'- all -/right he will be rushed to »the front and other aspir ants will step aside.. If "Roncy" fails to arouse enthusiasm Gene will be ad vised quietly 'by -his followers to make another selection; W;~ '. Meantime 'friends of Thomas F. Eagan, chairman ' of the labor party. till II r * e^& c femous German Chemist, says that I! 11 11 1 11111 l ? ser is "ttyuid bread." By this he means that beer ill J l/ IIU/l is a fbcd—fuH of life-giving, health-sustaining qualities. llllj/ llyi \ T^ 1 ® value of beer as a food is becoming well ilinl lrA|i known, and it is now used by many who have lfA| I All hitherto looked upon it as a beverage .only. l!|ii JjiW TLe Beer of Quality" Inlll I Vnu * s c mos^ nourishing of all beers — because it contains every I MMj I 111/ji ! ' P^^ o fthe heahhfQ, wholesome nutriment of the malt and llaWii I 1 ill all the tonic properties of the hops from which it Is made. I jfll 1 1 lIAI I ' rhe^ Pa ? bst Eight-Day Malting Process" follows nature by I f A 11!A 1 1 ! 11/lf I ' $F*ty transforming the substance of the barley into pin-e, Itf lul 11/vllr q uaK ty of the materials used and the Pabst II Ml ii ¥n r^efobd: pf brewing make Pabst Blue Ribbon not only a pure AWI m /M" beer,:but a healthful, tissue-building, muscle-building, life-giving, IJiT /I liVAlr "A<7"^ bread." Drink Pabst Blue Ribbon, and you put i/aVJi Ifv W health and strength into your system. /jun 1 HIA \l When ordering beer, ask for Pabst Blue Kibbon. If HI I |w||^fp||Ma^ Pabst at Milwaukee / mil K^x "ri \u25a0""\u25a0'•'\u25a0••"\u25a0••'\u25a0 And bottled only at the Brewery. / i-MjJ ;'e 'I. '-, •-.. -...-. .-"..\u25a0 -A- \u25a0 " '.--. \u25a0 \u25a0 county committee, are saying that he la In a receptive mood and will permit the placing of his name before the con vention: Eagan has denied being a seeker, of the nomination, but haa given • the impression that be would not say nay if it were offered to him. P. H. . McCarthy is -frequently-men tioned'as a possibility, but. there are no signs of an organized effort to make him the nominee. ;. -iT^r;^' ALEXANDER IX LEAD , The chairmanship of. the. labor con vention is thesubject of some discus sion. Deputy Sheriff Harry A. Knox would be willing to swing the gavel. INtWAKiv M INtWAKK :-/<.\u25a0,\u25a0]:^i ßailroad Center of Cali- HB M' Where double sized lots fornia * ', 1 may be bought for $275 and ;:• Where the big roads cross ud '^the mainland terminal of p ' '• v the^Southern Pacific arid the I»| "By ; paying. 10 per cent Western Pacific. A I down, the remainder 5 per Eastern end of the Dum- . e^M rPT1 f « mnnth barton Union Bridge, the f^f •& 'rielw industrial center. »il| No interest. Where the factories 'are Jf«l No taxes. loCated * i^^ T W *U r*l. -T, WTiefe ship meets rail. fTi Long bef ore that the Bum " Where raw material isde- • IT4 bar^ on TJnion Bridge "^ be livered cheaply to the manu- lij built, the transcontinental ? & c^ urer> trains.will have their main- Where money is gbinff to ' § w v« a + «^» i 4. vr i -be made ' *\u25a0 Aw n( l terminal at riewark, Where there will be a L^J and the manufacturing es- demand for houses for fac- . tablisHments will be in full tory and railway employes. blast- Where electricity will take A J it- • 'i : -"the vfcrains to San Francisco,. And the -prices of lots leaving , the engines in the 1 won T t be $275— they ? 11 be railroad yards. llwK^ five times that much. (INCORPORATED MAY 13, 1876) Newark, Alameda County, Galifornia Oakland Office: 918 Broadway \ San Francisco Office: Room 35 Oakland ;j 779 Market St. ==Send fnrMnp on^ T^r^mr^ — but H. M. Alexander of the typo graphical union has a lons lead for the prize and he may be chosen by ac clamation. • Sylvester Shaben Is making: a -busy canvass for the labor nomination for tax collector. More than, one of the captains has said to him, "Sorry, Shaben; nothing doing," but he keeps on hustling. Still, Tax Collector .Nichols is not at ease. He sees a dark horse in every doorway. The lower peninsula of Michigan is said to be entirely underlaid with rock \u25a0alt REUNION OF TUNG STARS CHICAGO. Sept. 8. — John L. Sulli van, James J. Corbett. Bob FltZ3^m mons and James J. Jeffries, the four great ex-heavy weight champions, wilt be under one roof on the night of Sep tember 23. Bach has assured the man agement of the Slier farewell testi monial to be held at the Coll33um that he will be present. Unless a fight: at Los Angeles Interferes with the plan Tommy Burns, the present title holder, also will appear In a short, friendly bout, as will AI Kaufman, Mike Schreck, John "Wllle and several lesser lights.