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Events of a Day in Four Counties About the Bay TWO WOMEN WEEP OVER A FICKLE ACCOUNTANT Wife and Sweetheart Shed Tears and Save Gay Gordon Rowe ALAMEDA, Oct. 18.— With two pretty roung women, one his wife and the other whom he would make wife Xo. 2. weeping over him, Gordon Rowe. a handsome accountant, appeared in the city Justice could today to answer % «harge of having threatened to kill Mrs. Eline Fronmuller. -aunt of Mies Thelma Jorgenson, who had exposed the defendants double dealing In heart.". Mrs. Howe erica pitifully for her erring husband and M'.ss Jorgen son said that her own sobs were caused by sorrow which she felt for the wife of the man she hftd regarded as her sweetheart for two and a half years. Bo violent did the weeping duet become that Judge R. B. Tappan ordered Miss Jorg«n»on carried from the courtroom into his private chamber, where the yonng women's hysterical grief epent itself. After Judge Tappan h»d concluded his investigation he asked: "Mrs. Howe, what shall I do with your hus band ?" "Forgive him, es I have done," walled the young wife, as *he flung her arms : About the defendant's neck and kissed liim passionately. J The magistrate dismissed the charge OKalr.st Rowe after the latter had j promised that he would cease paying attentions to Miss Jorgenson, to whom he always represented that he was a single man. . Rowe is employed by an expert ac countant in the Hansford building in Fan Francisco. He Is 24 years old and with his wife, whom he married a yeajr ago, has lived in an ark on the tidal i anal near the Park street bridge. Miss ThPlma Jorgenson is a stenographer, vrbosfi parents live In San Rafael. She is employed in the Oakland, office of the Pacific coast borax company and has been Uvlng with her aunt. Mrs. Kline Fronmuller of 1761 Ninth avenue, Kast Oakland, wife of John Fronmuller. superintendent of the grounds at Arbor villa. Howe, as it appears from a letter he wrote to Miss Jorgenson Monday, has been keeping company with her for two and a half years and passing hlm prlf off as unmarried. He repeatedly rrquestrd Miss Rowe to become his bride. Mrs. Fronmuller, who had for pooia lime suspected that Rowe was not df sling honorably with her niece, »ir-jjan an investigation that proved to \icr that Rowe already had a wife. The fmnt advised the niece to have nothing Snore to do with the gay deceiver and the young woman returned hi* photo and v number of presents he had given li*r. ' This action on the part of Miss -!r>rß«»nson caused him to send a heart burning missive to the young woman In which he wrote that he would kill her aunt. The letter came Into possession at Mrs. Fronmuller, who caused Rowe's arrest for making a threat against her Society in Cities Across the Bay OAKLAND. Oct. IS.— One of the most'v brilliant events of the season was the elaborate ball over which Miss Kath erine Brown presided this evening at the Claremont country club in honor • of Miss Alia Henshaw, fiancee of Harry •Chickering. About ISO friends of Mlns Brown and her complimented guest participated In the affair, dancing until the early hours of the morning. As sisting in the receiving party besides Miss Brown and Miss Henshaw were Mrs. Frank I* Brown and Mrs. Wil liam G. Henshaw. Before the supper two unique and graceful figures were introduced in the german. the favors in the one being an Immense red heart pierced with a golden arrow "for the men and a dainty bridesmaid's veil for the -girls; in the other a pretty bouton niere of eschscholtrias for the men and a balloon for the girls. The banquet hall was the scene of elaborate decorations. Supper was served soon after midnight. In the center of the room under a wedding belt of white flowers Miss Henshaw and Mr. Chickering were seated at a small tete-a-tete table. On one side were three tete-a-tete tables done entirely in bridemaids roses and shaded by a large wedding bell of the same flowers, which -wrer* caught to the center table with reins and bows of p'nk tulle. Here cover* were laid for the three brides to be and the bridegrooms elect At the first table were Ml*s Ruth Knowles snd Henry Lord Chase, at the second Mis* Carolyn Oliver and Ralph Jones nn<J at. the third Mls« Bessie Coghlll and John Treanor. Opposite this party was another group of three tables, the dec orations of bells and reins being entlre- J" of white. Here were seated three rouple* wedded recently — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tripler Hutchlnson, nee Allen; Mr. end Mrs. George Jensen. n«e Oli ver, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Chlcker- Ingr. nee Parr. Dainty brides with flooring tulle veils served as place cards for the girls, while bridegrooms marked th<» place of the men. Covers were laid for the other guests at 14 larger tables grouped about the effective tableau of lovers. Garden flowers in Immense garden baskets composed the scheme of decoration. Miss Brown is to be one of the brides maids at the Henshaw-Chlckerlng wed ding, which will be celebrated on the evening of Thursday, November 7, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. find Mrs. William G. Henshaw. The social calendar for the coming fort night is crowded with charming- af fairs in compliment to the young bride elect. Before the Brown Ofence this evening at the country club Miss Jennie Stone entertained at dinner, covers b»in* laid ; for 16 of the guests who later enjoyed ' Miss Brown's hospitality. Mrs. Baylus Clark was hostess at a luncheon today, entertaining at an In formal affair In compliment to Miss Mollie Mathes, who returned to Oak land recently after an extended visit !n the east, and Mies Helen Mitchell, who Is Miss Mathes* house guest. Both Mrs. Clark and Miss Mathes were at tendants at the' Schleslnger-Lathrop wedding in Berkeley this week. Mrs. Clark formerly was Miss Vrooman. During her stay In Oakland she is a guest at the Key. Route inn. It Is presumption ' to say you haven't a mind of your own. Yet that is what is said to you when you ask for an advertised article and are offered a substitute by your dealer. CELEBRATE GOLDBX .WEDDI.VG OAKLAND. Oct. 18. — Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dixon. pioneers, of . Oakland, celebrated their golden wedding;- anni versary touigat at the Dlxon home. 1111 Twelfth avenue. Many friends of the couple attended the reception^ The Dixons have lived here 40 years. Introductions Will Not Be Necessary at Dance of Graduates *DOCGLAS WATEHMAT? AND MIPS MABEL CITCBB. WHO WILX, ASSIST IN THE MAN AGEMENT OF THE DANCE TO BE GIVEN BY STUDENTS OF .STATE CKIVEBSITY. 1 .$. BERKELEY. Oot. 16.— The graduate students attending th« State university havo adopted a unique way to make the dance which they will give November 8 in Hearwt hall a success. An Informal reception will be held In the Alpha Omlcron Pi house, in Durant avenue, next Thursday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock for the purpose of having the "grads" become acquainted. This will insure "mixing" at the dance, as in troductions on that evening will be dispensed with. The plan ha« never before been used at the university. The committee in charge of the dance of the graduates consists of the follow ing: Entertainment — Bonglac Waterman, Miss Rtaal Demur and Allo* Berry. refreshment*— Mi si Mabel Cbabb, Miss Jem- Ble Gooch. B. L. Brows and V?. 3. Birtlett. Decoration— Mis* Maud Chi Jester, Miss Kitt ball. 1. Behlow and W. S.-Apdrew». \u25a0,-_\u25a0•..;., Made — Marian Searem, Kirn Kate Backlog bam and JOss Bernice JleNeal. Invitations and printing — M. C. Lcrscfa, Mta God* and Wlss Dorothy Bordorf. WATCHES ALL FACES FOR TRACE OK STOLEN SWEETS I\fatron of Oakland Receiving Hos- pital Aroused by Theft of Jams and Jellies . OAKLAND, Oct. 18. — Aroused by the jtheft of Zb Jars or strawberry Jam and currant jelly. Matron Maud Hughes of the receiving hospital Is watching the faces of Inmates and attaohes care fully for traces of the missing deli cacies. Mrs. Hughes sought to provide for the winter by "putting up" pre serves, sweet pickles and chow. chows, but her Jellies were her pride and most jealously guarded. They were stored on a. secluded shelf in the basement and numerous . empty Jars wera set in front to discourage further search. She discovered, today that the stores of sweets had been rifled and all the jellies and jams stolen. The discrimi nating thief had passed by all the other treasures to take the sweetest. throngs; visit fair . op st. mary's parish Statue of St. Joseph Is to Be Auctioned for* Benefit of the Association ? OAKLAND. Oct. 18.— Throngs con tinue to visit St. Mary's parish fair nightly and the largest attendance of the week Is evxpected tomorrow night. This evening the women of the rosary booth were at home to their friends and had charge of the 1 entertainment program. Father E. P. Derap say announced to day that a statue of St. Joseph had been donated to the fair and would be auctioned off. PJPTT THOUSAND MEKTIXG ALAMEDA, Oot. . ll.— The mass meet ing held and the entertainment pre sented, in the oity hall last night by the Fifty Thousand club drew a large audience, the capacity of the council chamber being taxed to Its full seating capacity. President J. S. Gilbert of the club officiated as chairman, and In his opening sftddress outlined the objects of the Fifty thousand club and told of what it was Accomplishing for the city. Mayor E. K.- Taylor urged all loyal Alaxnedans to -support the organization in a moral and' financial way. , Dr. Clarence CEdwords of the Call-: fornla Promotion committee, President F. S. Loop of the dity council and Ed win M. Steams of th^ Oakland chamber of commerce \u25a0 also dnJvered addresses.' : VKTSKRA DESXIEDV FREEDOM SAN RAFAEL, Oot. K^-^Judge Len non of Marin county yesterday rescind ed the order granting a writ of habeas corpus in the case of Simon \\£j. Muncros yon Vetsera, the scion of a n&ble Hun garian family, who le now- serving a 28 year sentence for robberiW com i mltted in San* Francisco and tr2v,*»sbay towns in 1900. -. : "We didn't think he. was such aij^ad one," said District Attorney Boyd, *ua tll we looked up his record." , " : ; Vetsera will have "to stay in pr iso i> until October 27, when the records wllfV be straightened- out and the case can] be settled." r-fy PAVORS SEPARATE! CITY • BERKELEY, Oct. 18.— The North Berkeley improvement club ~at - , its last meeting went, on' record' as favor ing a separate city , and . county for Berkeley.*- Stacy Gibbs has been ap pointed? to look Into the . legal side, of the matter. The annual banquet of the club will- be held at the North Berke ley hotel November V- THE BA^T ;FRANGISCO CALIi; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19,) 1907. PURSUIT OF PET CHICKEN COSTS CHILD HIS LIFE Crushed Beneath Gar Wheels While Mother Looks On' Helplessly BERKELEY. Oct. 18. — In pursuit ot a pet chicken- which had wandered- on the Santa FV railroad tracks, little Theodore Lindquist, 8 years fold, wa» klllea Instantly today in fronf of \u25a0 his home wittiln sight of his mother tn the Christiana "tract, a xriUe : north of ' here. The boy's head was struck by .the oow catcher and- was crushed:beyond,recog nition. ' ';. ." It. was said by eye witnesses of the accident that the engineer of the Santa Fe train blew the jwhlstle of the loco motive S vigorously, : but ;^he did not slacken the speed of the engine. - ' Mrs. Lindquist, who was standing In the doorway of her home, rushed to her child, but too: late ; to : nave him. She was compelled to see the. life of the little one crushed cut by the heavy train as it swept along toward. Point Richmond. Gathering up the bbdyof her child, Mrs. Llndqulst took It to her home, where Dr. J. J. Benton was summoned. The physician^ could do nothing. The child had run on the track trying to catch the , pet chicken, .which had wandered away from home.'. In-, his chubby hands the chicken - was still held,:dead. . ; , . . John Llndquist. the father of the led. is a carpenter.. Rudolph" Lindquist and a carpenter ware witneeseß of the accident besides the mother. PRICE OF $1,000 SET ON HEAD OF RICH CHINESE OAKLAND, Oct. 18. — Gee Norn, the Chinese lottery king, wealthy and influ ential, and known as the financial backer of the Hop Slnjr tong^ has moved out of Chinatown with double the price on his head that was offered months ago by the fighting men of the Bing Kongs. He Is living with his family at 1786 Seventh street. Gee Norn called at polios headquar ters today and said that the hatohet men met a few nights ago and raised the price on his head from $500 to *1,000. According to Ctae Norn, the Bing Kongj believe that if he, the man of many dollars, were slain, they would liave cut off the support of the Hop Rings, and that organization would then be easy prey for foes In the Blng Kongs until it would be foroed to disband. In the feud betwean the two tongs there have been four Chinese killed' ln Oak land, and in Los Angeles, Ban Franciaco, Fresno and eastern ortles a number of Mongolians have been wounded in pis tol or knife attacks. . SOUTHERN PACIFIC'S NEW MOVE MYSTERIOUS Opposition of Oakland Officials to Franchise May Be Cause of Change in Plans OAKLAND, Oct. 18,—Aotlon of South ern Pacific, company representatlvfts in withdrawing from the city council an application for permission to eleotriza its Webster street, line into Oakland from the Alameda mole, as announced this | morn in k by The Call, has given rise to no end of speculation as to the purpose of the company in that regard. Among some of the prominent city ! officials a strong opposition has arisen to granting the company a SO year franchise to operate trains through Franklin street, thus forming a "dead line" across town At right angles to the Seventh street "dead line." There has also developed among property owners north of Fourteenth street in Franklin an opposition which has been disclosed to the company by Its agents, who have been canvassing for signers to a petition for the granting' of a franchise. • These unfavorable reports, coupled with the orders that were -Issued from JJew York to retrench on the Harriman lines, are believed by some of the city officials to be responsible for the Southern Pacific withdrawal. John J. Allen of the law firm o* Allen A Walsh, representing the South ern Pacific oompany, was the attorney who withdrew the s a ppilc&tlon last night. He said that the oompany did not intend to abandon the plan of pro* posed changes In Webster street. Ha suggested that the company might in clude its application in that oonneo tlon with future applications tor fran chises. . . _ Allen intimated that when the com pany should be ready to apply for a change of Its entire Oakland serrjee to eleotrioity, Webster street would be included. . UNIVERSITY STUDENTS TO I PREBENT "SAMSON" TONIGHT Receipts Will Be Used to ' Incremst the Dormitory Pund of th« - Berkeley Institution BERKELEY, Oot. 18^-"Sam«on, M a play founded on the old biblical etory of the love of the strong man of the Hebrews for Delilah, a Philistine woman, will Sbe enacted by the ' stu dents of the university tomorrow night, with Richard Hotalinff of San Francisco ' in ? the title role , and * Mme. J.'. H. Oreenleaf of the [ faculty of the university in the character of Delilah. The receipts of ; the \u25a0 play will be used for the students" dormitory fund for the women. The cast: :"; Israelites— Camion, EJchard Hotallnrj Mapoai- Hnbart Hoover j ; Thebui, Bajt* Muiwl; Ksrlah, Claire Cros«flsld. . . , v Phlllstlaea —^tansech. Gsorx* Ia Bells Zam. bres. Page lion teagU; Oomer, , M tiros* Martin : BaJetn, Earl Haiurd. . \u25a0 - Worn«o — 0«lllab, Mm*. J. y. Grwmhsaf i Heloah. - MlMr*d Martla. - . TT 11 ™ 1 Soldiers, Phllistinw. cltiaeaf, ate. DEBATERS CHOSEiV BERKELEY, Oct. 18^— Th« freshnum debatingr team of the Unlrereity of California ; which -will ' meet the sopho moTta, 1 n \u25a0 annual > debate ! have been \u25a0«- JeCtedT It consists of J. C. T Jenaen. C. Ka«ch, C. IC Gamble and R*. TV, Mao donald. The debate will be held Ko vember, 15. R. -"W".: Macdonalfl la;presi dent of the. freshman debating 1 •oclety, vhlle S. Morbio Is ylee pre«idtnt. HUXTIWG LICKNSB TAXES I SACRAMENTO. Oct * 13.— Up to date i State Controller] Nyev has received $54.-; V 46. 67 : in . hunting: license J taxes' from* 47 oV the 88 counties In California. • There arV »tlll 11 counties to b« heard from— Alpi^ e » Imparial,-f Inyo, Marln, Mendo dno, % Mono, Placer, Riverside, San : Ber nardln.o, Santa Cruz and - Ventura: IMPOET POLICE DOGS— -New. York. Oet>lß. A batch of y>'«lan police dog* win be added to the New .T«5\V , police \u25a0:. force \u25a0\u25a0: next k week. ~--, The <losrs in : charge ' of I IJeutenaat I George | Wekefield will arrive on V e?o * . S»turdaj*§-: steamers ;«a4 will «t ;• once be ' ,bcefceß la , for : work .la > Xew York's suburbs. NEGROES KILL POLICEMEN IN NEW ORLEANS RIOT Start Trouble'in Church and Whdh JPursued Barri "\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0—_ - ..-:'- " - . . * cade House NEW ORLEANS, Oct 18.— A party of negroes barricaded themselves in a downtown house 'tonight and started ai email riot. One policeman. was killed, several were wounded and one negro was wounded and five were arrested. 1 The trouble started In front of the Second German Presbyterian church, at Claiborne and Annette streets, during services tonight, when . several negroos became boisterous. Patrolman Camblons. who attempted to arrest them, was . killed. The ne groes rah to a nearby house which they barricaded. .With shotguns, revolvers and razors they! awaited the police.a few of whom gathered aulckly and stormed the house. Sergeant Wheatly was mortally wounded and Patrolman Wenslck and Corporal J. W. Dunn re ceived serious wounds. The j negroes were captured after the bouse had been j set afire. t Patrolman Cambions was killed by a knife thrust and his body lay for * a considerable time" ln front of the.barri caded house, no one daring to move it. About half an hour after his death a email detail of policemen made a rush upon the house, more than half a dozen of them falling to the pavement, shot by the negroes behind the windows. The police were driven to shelter, car ! rylng the wounded men with them. For more" than- a« quarter of an hour the negroes were the masters of the neighborhood, -while the police col lected a force of 25 men to renew the attack. This larger squad surrounded the house so that no one could escape and after finding that threats and shooting were of no avail set fire to a fence behind the house. The smoke drove the negroes from cover. They broke for safety singly, the first one out falling mortally wounded, while the next two rushed i out with empty hands held over their heads and begged for meroy. HARRIMAN PICKS MAN TO TAKE FISH'S PLACE CHICAGO, Oct 18.— The meeting of the stook holders of the Illinois Central railroad was today again postponed, this time until 3sßo o'olock Saturday afternoon. " No action of any kind was taken. The delay was oaused by the inability of the ) committee on proxies to present its work. When the stock holders met today the committee had only reaohed the let ter "H," and at that had considered merely the domestic proxies. None of those received from abroad had been touohed. The delay has beoome very irksome to Harriman, who said today that it was neoessary for him to be In New York on Monday, but he did not ccc how he conid leave Chloago before the oondurlon of the stock holders' meeting. .. • • \ -. It vraa officially ewnounoed today by president Harahan that John .J. Mitoheii, president of the Illinois Trust and Savings bank of , thin olty, will be Hafrlman'i 'candidate- for - the director ship now held by Fish. Both Harriman and Fish were at the bank today to confer with Mitchell, who is a personal friend of both men. They were at the bank at the same time, but they did not meet. The delay In reaching a vote on dl reotom has oaused many of the small stock holders to abandon the meeting. Not "over 50 were present at. the meet ing today, and large numbers of those who attended the opening session have already left for their homes. SELECT SO ACS ffOR ROOTERS STANFORD" UNITVERSITY, 00t. '18,-— Misa Auranla EUorbeck of Salt Lake, a eenior In the English department, has b«en awarded the $5 prize for the second best football song. A. S. Otis, a eophomOTe of Pasadena, and prank E. Hill. 'U, of San Jose, won the first prize with ."Oheer Stanford, Cheer," a etirrlng aonK 8«t *O original music, A clever yell by L B. Crosg, an instructor in the cconomloa department, took first place. The new slogan of tha cardinal resem bles the noi«e produced by a steam locomotive. H. I* Rixford, '09, of San Francisco, was given honorable, mention for the third beat song, "Sons of Stan ford," , :/< JOAQVXH MILLER TO LECTtJKB OAKLAND, Oot 18.^-Joaquln" Miller wilt on Friday evening, Ootober v 25, deliver the first lecture In a series planned for this winter at California college. The lecture will be given in Mary Stuart hall. "Render Unto Caesar the Things That Are Caesar's," is the sttbjeot. Tiokets may be obtained - from the secretary of the president of the col lege and from the student*. CALIFORNIA DUO TVmS HO.WRS SAX/T LAKE, Utah, Oof 18.— The run ning of Walla Walla, a California grey hound owned by G. Sharman of Colma, waa the feature \u25a0of - the national ; cours ing meet today. He'rau at the end; of the teoond round of 'the Cullen stakes,' open for all dogs, and made a soora of 4-0. '' . • : . \u25a0 - \u25a0\u25a0*: ' ROSE RETURXS FROM EAST HBALDSBURO, Oot 18.—^Elalph Rose, the world's \u25a0' champion shot putter, ' has arrived home from east He has been chosen a member of the New York athletlo olub end will visit 'London; England, next year, to oompete in the International games next March. , BASEBALL AT ALAMED A The first j baseball game " of^the s mid winter amateur leagues will be -played this afternoon at •: 3 ~ o'clock on the Ala meda recreation grounds, k The opposing teams will be : the Southern Pacific and the Transportation olub. <\u25a0*\u25a0 T, SIGK HEADACHE l_ _ _ i _T— 33 — I Positive ly cured '\u25a0 b|l f^AßhrrDQ these Little PiUs. j^iM l\ I L I\O fRie 7' alflo MlIeTB D1 * iflUfl iiiibji'''i)' :; treaa from Ihrgpepslai Id> UWP ITTMb dlgeatloa and Too Hearty I I 9\SsV B3 Eating. . A perfect reia- ! I r»i«¥"^ edyfar Dimness, Naaaea, 1 m PI LLS. Drorrslne39. Bad Tast* fig -"WSBi \u25a0in the Mouta. OoatM |j|«W^i^a I Tongue. Pala In t&a Bide, i^^T^?^ i ; ITOBPID UVKR. They rep Oat© tlis BowcJa. Purely Vesretable. SMAq PILL SMALL DOSE. SMAaPfIICL CABTFtf^J ;fieiuiiM?Miirt \u25a0 B6ar \u25a0E^ Pac-Simile Signature \u25a0-. IKaS /£&**&£&*£ SUBSTITUTESJj MUST PAY TAX ON OAKLAND BILLBOARDS Advertising- Company Loses Point in Interesting Controversy ; ,O A KLAND, Oct. 1 8.— The city of Oak land "won a victory over the',Varney & Green- billboard advertising company today, when Judge Waste sustained th>» demurrer filed by City Attorney J. E. McElroy ln> answer to the company's complaint. ' The suit "arose from an ordinance passed 'several months ago putting a tax : of , 3 H cents a square yard upon the billboards belonging to the company. \ Their complaint alleged that the tax: was prohibitive and would result In'grreat loss to the'-. business.* Judge Waste ruled that; the city had authority to place such a tax. The com pany was given 10 days to . file an amended complaint.' Pending the out come of the suit an injunction was issued restraining th« police depart ment from tearing down the boards. The decision today will dissolve the in junction if the amended complaint fails to put a new face on the affair. T. B. Varney, head of the firm, and Councilman Everhart dashed at a meet- Ing, of. the city council last night tn a dispute over, the amount of tax which the company would be obliged to pay. Everhart \ accused Varney of having knowingly sWorn to a He, and hot words passed before quiet was restored. The matter of lioenae went over two weeks to await the outcome of the court pro ceedings. HUGHES SAYS HE DOES NOT WANT ANY OFFICE NEW TORK, Oot 18. — Governor Hughes tonight made a declaration of his attitude toward the presidential nomination when, in the course of an address at a dinner given in his honor by the republican club,, he said: > ' "I do not seek any^public office. I have not sought, nor shall I seek, di rectly or Indirectly, to Influence the selection or the vote of ajxy delegate to any convention and with reference to the election of any delegate to any convention, there will be no suggestion or thought of influence, protest or re prisal In the executive chamber." UNION'S NOTICE CLOSES SEVERAL SMALL MINES GOLDFIELD, Oct. I^— -Several of the smaller properties in the Goldfleld dis trlot were closed today, as a result of the notice . given by the miner*" union that none ot its members hereafter would^ work for any mine or leased property not shipping ore. unless the company operating the same estab lished a semimonthly pay day. Nearly , all. the; companies have complied with the requirement of the union, or were paying their men twice a month before the notice was Issued. Consequently, when the rule was put ln'foroe at 11 o'clock last night only two or threo shut; downs > resulted. It waa reported around town today that the Daisy and other welL knowji properties "were af feoted. but such is not the case, as they are working and paying twice a month. It is admitted generally that the miners were Justified in Insisting on a «eml monthly pay day, and there is no pos sibility of any serious trouble resulting irom the enforcement of the new rule. CAXIFORNIANS IJT KEW YORK NEW YORK. Oct 18.—Tbe following Caltfornlams registered today at local hotels: San Pranoiaco — E. A. Cutter, Park Avenue.; E. D. Flint and wife, Astor house; Z. J. Hatch, St. Denis hotel; Mr. Hunter, Park Avenue; A. Molen, Mrs. E. H. Helen, Grand Union; "W. M. Phelps, Hermitage; P. MaoFarland, Bt. Denis/ •/ . ! -w ;-:;<>-.:; -.;: v \u25a0 Los Angeles— J. "W.Phelps, Seville; W*. S. Sanders, Continental; G. D* Mur ray, Murray HilL Los Gatos— T. J. Morris and wife, Park Avenue hotel. CALIFORNIA'S IJT PARIS FARIS.'Oct. 18.— E. H. Hlldebrand and August G. Headman of San Fran olsco. registered at The Call-Herald bureau- today. .v IBCTURBON VEStmtTS Dr. Gustav* Eisen delivered en j in teresting lecture on the eruption of Vesuvius under the auspices of the Cali fornia camera club last night at Chris tian Science hall. In Effect, Daily During October for Eastern Folks Jji mm^^^^^^^^M tr^Sa s '*«* x Cfty. ••5a.95 St. Louis.... SO.OO -^^^ * :^t; ; r^i^;i^'.*V :; X\ v? j fefe^^^^^S^ | : - ; ''-^i Courndl Dlnffa New Orleans 30.00 t"'-". : \ * '';"'-].. '.' '\/'".'. *v] ilvv^^^ Long time limits and stopovers. Sfe.^f^ fcV'^^^-C^ri:?^^;! i^^l^K^^^^^^l \u25a0 Deposit cost, of ticket with any of &^-^!i**-' V^^ i^^'% i^^^^^^^raH t[--^'~^^l" our agents and . ticket will be dellv- £' :''-f\*; • \u25a0l^a^^'i^TV^l j^^^v^H \u25a0 ere< l * n8 P ay ty in the east. •C^ r -i- *'i i' --^^;"* > : *r""^V^'*->j Hf^-^aa Personally conducted excursion par- -v^'"' W^^^S^^^SS yß'^'^Wi tleS frOm chlca SO. St. Louis, Kansas sl^^Ss^^^^^ '^B^Sr City, Cincinnati. New Orleans and B^^^^BWr^wS^ ~^mmr Washington every week without \^jla^ v rt^", i; :^ jK^^ajH^B^^" \u25a0 _^^op* >' ohange. v T i f^^—SO UTH ER N PAC i FJC—^^J Jg A. S. MANN; Put. Pa«». Agents 884 MARKET STREET, San Francisco, Cal. Miss Faith Shcmp Becomes | Bride of; Albert Robinson in Berkeley Today MISS FAITH SHODP. WHOSE MARRIAGE TO AUJEKT ROBINSON WILL TAKE PLACE IX BEBKELEX TODAY. vBERKELEY, Oct. IS. — The wedding of Miss Faith Shoup and Albert Robin son will be solemnized at the Unitarian church of tbls city tomorrow eveplng. Miss Shoup | was graduated from the University of California with the clasa of 1904. She will be attended by Miss Dora Placeman of San Francisco and Miss Haidee Sturtevant of Fort Bragg, sorority sisters. The maid of honor will be Miss Adelaide Bartlett of San Francisco. She Is a member of the Chi Omega sorority, as is Miss Shoup. The ushers will be Robert Mcßrlde and* Scott Kendricka. Guy Shoup, a brother of the bride elect, will give his sister Into the hands of Mr. Robinson. Rev. R. L. Hosmer will be the officiat ing minister. A wedding reception to the relatives and sorority . sisters of the bride will be held at the Shoup home at 2619 HUlegass avenue after the ceremony. • ' . V . Miss Shoup is the daughter of Mrs. 6. S. Shoup of this olty. Mr. Robinson Is a young businessman of Chlco. He will take his bride to that olty after a honeymoon in the south. CROSS COUNTRY ELOPERS MARRIED IN NEW. YORK Miss Mosebach, Whose Wedding Trip . Began, in Trolley Car, Off to Europe on Honeymoon A telegram announcing the wedding was received yesterday/ by H. H. Mose bach, thn capitalist, whose daughter Lillian was the heroine of a transcon tinental elopement, which began on a trolley car here and wound up In New York yesterday morning. The telegram was from G. W. Wepfer, the young olvil engineer, who, rather, than part with his sweetheart, turned a long business trip. into one of romance." > , **». -- y He induced' his sister, Miss Flora Wepfer, to act as chaperone on the cross country journey, and all three will take a trip to Europe, while busi ness gets along as best it can. Mosebach must wait several months before having an opportunity person ally to extend forgiveness. ASYLUM INVESTIGATION IS CLOSED AT SAN BERNARDINO Employes Deny Knowledge of Any Cruelty Being Practiced During Their Administration SAN BERNARDINO, Oot. 18. — The examination of witnesses in the in vestigation into charges of cruelty at the Patton Insane asylum closed today at noon. Superintendent Williamson and Dr. Wilson, assistant superintend ent, were on the witness stand and tes tified as to the management of the In stitution and how the physicians per formed their duties. As all other em ployes had done, they % denied any knowledge of cruelty practiced during their administration. The commission today Inspected the building and grounds and witnessed the fire drill. SUSPECT K7T.LS KIMSELT — Vansoorer. B. C. Oc*. 18. — George Kinc»lo. bead foreman of tht public works department la Yukon territory, was arreated at Oawaon recently on a charpte of •teallng $40,000 from a rtglstsrtd nail tack. \u25a0Jesterdajr Klnetld . di»d suddenly as tb» result pf taking poison. MRS. GOULD PAYS VISIT OF MYSTERY TO CHICAGO Believed to Be in Connection ' With Divorce Suit in New York Special by Leased Wire to The Call CHICAGO. Oct. 18.— Mrs. Howard Gould, wife of tire New York million-, aire, who could not be found last night after her sudden arrival in Chicago, reappeared at the Auditorium annex today. She was busy all morning re ceiving mysterious callers. The presence of Mrs. Gould In Chi-. cago today revived the rumors that were current yesterday morning. She came to Chicago on business connected with the divorce . suit she ha» fllad against h«r husband In New York. Mrs. Gould d*nle<i herself to all In terviewers. Her maid /responded to] knocks at the door and*to raquests to see Mrs. Gould replied: "Mrs. Gould' "never sees newspaper people." She left for New York this afternoon. METHODIST CONFERENCE IS • IN SESSION AT SAN DIEGO Rev. E. L, Fitch Criticises Actions of Coast People Against Japanese and Chinese - SAN DIEGO. Oct. 18. — With 40 dele gates present, representing different • sections of Arizona and California, th* Methodist Episcopal church conference Is In session. Bishop James Atkins of .North Carolina is present. Rev. E. L. Fitch of Knights Landing preached th« conference sermon, in which, ha took "occasion to criticise all antl-Japaness and Chinese action on the part ot resi dents of this coast. . Business sessions are held every morning and It la expected that these will last until Sunday. The bishop la expeoted to announce appointments oa that day. MANY COUPLES MARRIED NOT WEDDED LEGALLY One Hundred and Thirty-six Pairs . Fail to Comply With Law Concerning License ST. LOUIS, Oct. 18. — One hundred and ; thirty-six couples have received mar rlage licenses here which have not been returned for record, according to the' Missouri law. Ex-Congressman Charles I £ F. Joy \u25a0 yesterday instructed his chief deputy to write to them that they ar« not legally married. J. H. Little, 3150 Clifton avenue, St. Louis, and Mrs. Ella Creek. San Francisco, are among those included. MAXY DIE OF XXSECT BITES NEW YORK. Oct. IS. — "There are 250,000 deaths annually, as the result of mosquito bites." said Dr. Edward A.. Ayers, a member of the faculty of the- New Tork polycllnic, at a meeting in the New York academy of medicine. Dr. Ayers furnished astonishing flsurea In his lecture on the "mosquito as a sanitary problem." He said five dis eases were directly traceable to the bite of the insect. They were malaria, yellow, fever, berl beri, dengue anrt; aia rashes. The government was eliminating the mosquito .dangej by draining swamp lands, he said. HELD FOR LAND GRABBING MILWAUKEE. Wls.. Oct. 18.— Sir prominent Milwaukee men charged with conspiracy to defraud the government out of valuable coal land In Colorado were held today for trial at Denver,; United States Commissioner Bloodgood having held that the government had made out a prima facie case. The men: thus implicated are Guy D. Golf. CharlM F. Hunter. T. J.» Pereles and J. M. \ Pereles of the Wisconsin coal mmmg 1 ; company, and Chauncey Jones and Ella 3 Arnold of the Federal coal and iron company. PRIXCESS GIVES W CHILD FLORENCE. Oct. IS. — Acting upon the advice of frlend3 and after con-, versation with an envoy from the, court of Dresden, Slgnora Tosaeli. for-: merly Cfountess Montlgoso, has finally \ consented to prive up Princess Anne' Monica Pla at the end of thl3 month. 1 Signora Tosseli will be allowed to havo the princess with her one month out of every 12 and she will see her other, children once a year. Her pension: from the Saxon court will be continued. In Prance there are 8,000.000 smok ers, and of every 15 there are eight who smoke a pipe, nv* who smoke cigars and only two who are cigar ette smokers.