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Sr Opera House
OAKLAND.
Direction H. W. Blshoo.
TONIGHT
And All This Week.
The Great Comic Opera Success
THE MASCOT
SIX DAY SKATIXG RACE I
On the Idorn Kink
EVERY MGHT THTS WEEK
?rt /*« ** tie Opera — Mate, and Xigfct, 25c. !W)c
,_*- fiTaae « S*ats at Sbermaa. CUy & Co.'*,
13tJi and Broadway, Oakland.-
YE LIBERTY?LAYHOUSE
- TONIGHT
AND REMAINDER OF -TTEEK.
MATS. SATCRDAT AND SUNDAT.
SPLEKDID REVIVAL 07
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER
"The B«rt CoaedT la the English Luiurßaw."
PEICES: Csc. 5<V?. 75c: mats 25c 50e.
NESX-/MY FKIEND FBOM 1X0^"
CONEY ISLAND
Amusement Park
WHOLE BLOCK ODER COVER
OPEN* RAIX OR SHINE
FREE PERFORMANCE
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
PROGRAM
Onsaro. equilibrist.
Mlll&rd and Horker, trapeze and ring.
» "Bicycle DUU" tricfe rider.
The' Leopard Family,
j' Camilla's Royal Itallsn Band.
CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
)C,OOO Dolls jriven atray free to all srirln
txsder 12, Cnrlstmas eve ud
Christmas Afternoon.
-10c j Children ... 5c
; 1 LCVERICH CtLUBEVSW-Ppofl.€kJk*"*
'.OTarrell & Steiner — Dlr. Oottlob, Man ie C<».
TES ATTEACTIUJJ EVEEYBOjJjr IS PHAlS-
ikg.
this week and next week.
eteht night. including scndax.
matinee saturday only
Daniel V. Arthur Ac&oonces
MARIE CAHILL
"Who 1? so Different from all Other*"
la the "Saart" Musical *Play.
"MARRYING MARY"
COSTING — "EEOWN OF HABTARD."
. /
•ELLIS ST. NEAR FILLMOBE
Absolutely "Clasa A" Theater Bzildlac
MATINEE TODAY AND EVEEY DAY
A WONDERFUL BILL
KLLE. ZELIE DE LUSSAN
Tfc» CeJetirated Prlma Donna: EDNA ACG (this
»rp*k rrclri: RAY L. EOYCE: ALBA: BEN i
TVKIXTH: OKITO FAinLY: HENRI FRENCH*
v rir Orohfcm Motion Pictor**. Last VV«elc and :
Gr^at Sar«M of VIOLA GILLETTE and
GEORGE MACFARLANE.
TRICES — Evenings 10c. 23c. 50c. Tse. Box
Sests SI. Matln^a (except Suafiays and Holl-
oa rst 10c. 250. 50c.
PHONE WEST 6000.
|d?tf *lilablaOO WtST6B3
I S. LOVERICH, MANAGER
EIXIS ST. NEAR FILLMORE
Absolutely "Oas» A" Tb««t*r
Men. Saturday and Sunday— SECOND WEEK
The Comic /V The Talk
Opera / X of the
Success / A X . Town
VMADCAPX
/ PBJNCESS X
A Mo«lcal 6«tti=f of
••WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN FLOWER"
NEXT— 'THE FENCING MASTER"
PRlCES— Eresis* 25c. We. 75c. x
,sUti>. (exrspt Sunday* and Holiday*). 2Se. 60c.
, Tan Nes* and Grore— <JotTlob. Man & Ctr; Mirr*.
EEATS NOW BEADY FOR SECOND WEEK.
NIGHTLY. INCLUDING SUNDAY.
MATINEE SATURDAY ONLY.
Henry B. n*rrt» Announce*
RALPH STUART
In the Great College Play, f
"STRONGBEART"
, By WUllaia C. «• MII 1«.
PRICES— SI-50, *1.00. 75e. sO<?.^
COMING— "THE LAND OF NOD."
SMJCAZARS2
CORNERSCTTEE AND STEINER STS.
BeUxco & Mayer, Owner* and Manager*. .
Toci«tt and All W*«k.
First Time In San Francisco of
THE EDUCATION OF MR. PIPP
AajwtsM Tnotnts" Cota'dy, Sag£e**e4 by the
Giboon Dmwlny* of the Same Nam«.
TRICES— EvMiIa* 23c to $1. Mat*. 25c to 50c.
MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
"SleaßTs" AFLAME",
American
[j theatre:^
Ma'tet st.. TJttx "itb. Pbone Market 3SL
The Flavbouse c,t Comfort and Safety. •
A REAL COMIC OPERA HIT.
TONIGHT AND ALL THIS WEEK t
MATINEE TOMORROW, y
Jctn Cort presents
THE ALASKAN
By Blethen* F'r"*" and Girard.
TS pecnl« and entire N«>w Tork prodoctlon,
n'ujrmented orchestra, prettleet girU and
jaoet tonefel manic of all comic operas.
PRICE?— ETenlng;*, crche«tra. 50c to $1.50;
halrony. 25c to 75c. Matlaeea, orchestra, 50c
to $1; balcony. 25c to 50c All re*err«d.
Coglng— SAßAH TRUAX.
j FAREWELL CONCERT
J "DREAMLAND"
W Steluer tt. near Setter.
I THIS SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT 2^o
J Seats *3. *2 and "sl.so. and l.OOtTcood
I ***" ADMISSION. $1.
I Box effic*. Sherman. CUy & Co.'a. Van New
I «.b<we Calffornla. from 8 until 5 dally.
I COMTNG— KUBELIK. VVollalat.
HATHORN AND DAM SAY
THEY ARE AGAINST S. P.
Declare Unswerving Faith*
in Lincoln-Roosevelt
Principles
NO THREAT-IMPLIED
League Committeemen Not
to Be Troublesome on
Ryan's Account
Ralph L. Hathorn and F. H. Dam,
selected by Daniel A." Ryan as Lincoln-
Roosevelt league executive committee
men for the Fourth and Fifth congres
sional districts, respectively, are con
siderably perturbed over The Call's
editorial insistar.ee that the future of.
the league in San Francisco depends
upon its divorce from its first vlcq
president. Ryan. They explain that they
did not intend to threaten the league
\u25a0with the opposition of the San Fran
cisco county committee in the eyent
that Ryan's resignation was accepted
by the league. Their statements are
as follows:
Edlror Call: Referring to your wlltorlal of
Sunday, D^eeaber 8, 1907, 1 wish to correct
any false impression 'which may be gathered
from the saoe. At the session of the execn
tire committee of the Lineola-KooseTelt league
held in Sacramento at Judge Shlnn's office on
Thursdtv, Norember 21, 1907. I cheerfully and
willingly offered to tender my resignation as
execntiTe committeeman of the Fourth congres
sional district, and nncond!tionally, and with
the assurance that I would give my earnest
support and efforts toward the success of
le&jrae "in the city of San Francisco, as I "be
lier#»d in the principles of the league as em
bodied in its platform nnd as I hare always
stood far and t-hail continae to stand for the
emancipation of tfc« republican parly of San
Francisco and the entire state' of California
from the control of Mr. Herrin and the South
ern Pacific railroad.
The executive committee of the league at
that meeting expressed no lack of confidence
la me or my attitude, and it was recognized by
the committee that it was wise that no at
tempt had been made as yet to organize the
Fourth district, owing to the factional differ
ences in Saa Francisco, and that it was ad
risable to allow any feeling and prejudice of
the late campaign to die out as much as pos
sible. It was further my strong su^restiou
to urge all factions of the republican party who
were opposed to Mr. Herria to come together
tinder the banner of the Llncoln-RooseTelt
league. «
1 hare only this to add: That my attitude
today is exactly the same as it was at Sacra
mento on Not-ember 21. 190": that my first
desire. Is to see realized the success of the
Liacoln-Rooserelt \u25a0 league, and I am willing
I* serre the league In any capacity whatever,_
either ss the executive committeeman from'
tiie Fourth coagressional district or es merely
an enthusiastic worker in the ranks: and I
pledge the leagu* my best efforts In whatever
capacity the executive comr%lttee of the league
may deem best to accomplish our oce purpose.
I remala, "yours very sincerely,
HALPH L. HATHORN.
Editor Call: Th# editorial in Sunday's Call
with reference to the Lincoln-Roosevelt league
contains several misstatements of fact which
<io me an injustice and which I wish to correct.
It is not true and there is no reason for con
veying the topnssion. as the article does, that
I recogni*»d the overthrow of Herrin and cor
rupt machines merely as bait for primary votes
or that war on Herrin was no part of my cal
culations. My opposition to the railroad' in
politics has been consistent, and it will be
continued. It is also untrue that a threat,
implied or otherwise, was made that If Mr.
Ryan's resignation from the Lincoln-Roosevelt
lea^ne were accepted it would be followed by
my resignation and the opposition of the repub
lican city and coonty committee, of which I
am chairman. I am for the avowed principles
of the league end I shall support the league as
long as it Is gelded by those principles, and
the thought nf opposing the leigue never en
tered ray mind. Tours truly,
F. H. DAM.
WEEK'S BANK CLEARINGS
LESS THAN A YEAR AGO
Percentage of Decrease in Oakland
and Los Angeles -Much Greater
Than in San Francisco
In the current banking statistics
gathered by tire California Promotion
committee the San Francisco bank
clearings for the week ending at noon
yesterday are shown to have been $29,
240,079.08. as again5t '546,166,109.74 a
year ago, a decrease of more than 36
per cent, and. as against $39,128,130.30
for the same week of 1905, a decrease
of more than '2s per cent. In making
the latter comparison It should be re
called that the Oakland clearings were
counted in with those of San Francisco
in 1905, while since the fire they have
been stated separately.
The Oakland clearings for the pres
ent "week amounted to $1,330,786.02, as
against 13.725.866.51 a year ago. The
San Jose banks cleared 9439.254.64 dur
ing the week, as against 9333,420.64 a
year ago, showing a gain of more than
31 per cent. At Los Angeles the clear
ings for the week amounted to
$6,946,491. as against $12,793,102 a year
ago. a decrease of over 45 per cent. In
Stockton the clearings for the week
were $329,731.11 and in Sacramento
$7:5,363.53.
Total clearings for the week in six
California ciiles. $39.0.11.735.38.
Charles Lyons, the London tailor, 771
Market, 1432 Fillmore and 731 Van Ness
aye. Open evenings until Christmas. •
REALTY BEOKE2 HOTBED— Oakland. D«c.
12. — J. B. Horary, a real estate dealer, 60
rears old and llrtnjr at 12.*S Elcbtb arenae. waa
thrown from a buzzr today \u25a0 and sustained nu
merous injnriei aboct the bead and face. •
amUSEMENTS
Central Theater
- Ernest E. Howell, Proprietor and Manager.' :
Eighth and -Market Sts. v
Phons Market T77. Popular Prices —^lsc, 25e,
50c and Tsc.
THE HOME OF MELODRAMA
Soarenlr Mats. Wed*, and Regular Mats. Sundays.
Tonight and all the rest of the week, the
popular romantic Melodrama, -
"WHY HE DIVORCED HER."
Bee the Sensational Acts so • wonderfully en-
tertalslnr. Act I — Lawn of Hastipirs man«loa
on Long frland. "THE GAME CALLED LOVE."
Act II — Graes Church. New York. The duel
at the door. Scene II — Hotel. The bridal party.
"The Stain of the Violets." Act III — Por r
erty Row, the poisoned wine, and a brother**
deTotkm. Act IV — The Cherry Blossom Roof
Garden. "Reaping the Whirlwind." Great spe-
cialties.' good music, best show in town.
Next Monday, D*c 16; "A. COWBOY'S GIRL.*:
Seats on sale at Boi Offlce. \u25a0 ' :'•
RACING
CAUfORHU XSjf'^V
lop cujb- w - g
OAKLAND RACETRACK
EACES COMMENCE AT 1:40 P. M. SHARP. .
For special train* stopping at the track, taka
8. P. ferry foot of Market st.; leaTa at 12,
thereafter wrery 20 minutes cntll 1:40 p. a. No
ca«kls« la tb. last two car* which, ars res«rr«d
tor ladies and their escorts. Beturnlag. traiu
l«ar. track after fifth and laat raea*.^.' '\u25a0•" ,* -.'_:\u25a0,'.
THOMAS H, WILLIAMS. Prtaldaat.
PERCY W. TS£AT. Ssastarjr.- -, : .• .-•..:. - '-\u25a0 .
CONCERTS, LECTURES^ ETC.
VICTORY THEATEJR
Suttrr st. west of Flllmore.' Absolutely **Clss*
A" Fireproof Building. -* wWMJmamiiifi'ia &3BHMI
I. COLEMAN, LEVEY. MANAGER. 1
Continuous -Vaudeville '
THE THREE KUHSS >;.
And Nine ether High Class Acts and Motion Pic-
ture*. Two Performances " ETeolngs at • 7:45 and
9:30." Matinee* Dally at 2:30. <y • j
* PRlCES— ETeniass » loc," 20c ; sad '\u25a0 25c MaU-
aeca 10c asd 20c \u25a0 Seat* f tsccrrcd la , adTanc«h. 1
THE SAN , FR^^^ iTOXMIVLBER V 13, 1907.
Gossip of the Railroads |
t-_. .„__. _ ; _ _ ->s».
"Where Is » the locomotive and the
baggage car of this train T' asked a
lady Imperiously of a station hand «t
Third and Townsend streets."
"The. locomotive and the baggage car
are not attached till 10 minutes be
fore starting, and it will be fully 23
minutes before this train \moves."
"Is that so?" she said, "and all I can
tell you it is a precious ; stupid " rule.
I hays a dog on that baggage, car and
I want to be with it, "and now 'l sup
pose you have that dog staked out on
the track so that .some' engine will
run over it and kill it. I wish I could
see the boss of this road. I would tell
him what I think of the management.?
"Well, ma'am." answered t the man
humbly, "the big boss of the whole
system Is. over In .that car back of
you, and you may: call on him and tell
him, but. I think he will be. but -here
in a HUle while."
. At that, moment Nell, Kruttschnitt's
secretary, appeared at the back of the
car.
"Oh." she said hurriedly, "he Is too
young and too good looking for any
one to bother him -with complaints,"
and she^ left the platform hastily. .
Chauncey L. Canfleld of the Chicago,
Milwaukee and St. Paul road has re
turned from a vacation to his old homa
at Mariposa, , where he spent the sunny
days of his life.- It was at Mariposa
that CanSeld and his father mined,
and though the; house they occupied
when he was a boy has been 'swept
away, still the ditch which they built
to drain their diggings is' in existence
and used to i rri gate a vineyard. He
.found an old friend who' used to; go to
school with him. also an old man, now
91 years of age, who remembered him.
Great changes have "come over the
t^wn. When Canfleld lived there the
town of Mariposa supported 40 flouri
ishing stores, but now there are ,only
four. ' . . . i
In the states of Kansas and \ Mis
souri, H. X. . Gregory, assistant gen
eral passenger agent of the - Santa Fe,
Is -regarded as a sort of information
bureau for California, and is appealed
to in the matter of lost- dogs and
relatives with more than railroad reg
ularity.
'1 don't know what they take me for
back east." remarked Gregory yester
day, "or how old I am, for. here" is a
Miss Selena Mullin of Lawson.. Ray.
county, Mo., asking me if I know Captain
Henry Skillman, who was at Bracito
and Sacramento under Colonel ; A. .W.
Doniphan during the Mexican war.' If
he is dead, she wants me ; to tell her
where he is buried, if he left "any;rela
tr%ea. their ages and also Vwhat they
look like. This.is a- nice commission.
I think ril turn the. job over to the
Southern Pacific people."
William McMurray. general passen
ger agent of the Harriman in
Oregon, is in the city and declares
that what the -orange is to
California and the gold mines to Ne
vada, the apple and the walnut will be
to Oregon. .
'*These are the figures for apples,"
said McMurray yesterday, "and they
are gathered by a conservative grower
In the Rogue river valley.. In five
years there will be 30,000 acres in ap
ples in the valley, with 70 trees to the
acre, or 2.100,000 trees, which will v yield
five boxes to the tree, or 10,500,000
boxes, requiring 17,500 cars -to move.
The grower will make, $1 net a - box
and that means $10,500,000 will be paid
to the inhabitants of the Rogue river
valley for apples. Dp you. know that
we will plant 100,000 acres. In English
walnuts during the corning year in the
Willamette valley— TOnich also spells
big money to Oregon?" •
. Lv. G.. Slnnard. colonization agent of
the Southern , Pacific, says that accord
ing to the reports received in the office
from various land agents the record
for pales in the San Joaquin valley
during the present season leads those
In other localities, with Sacramento
second. . ' . ~.
"There has been a considerable in
crease in sales in* the southern part
of the state," said Sinnard. "The great
est, growth has, of course, been in the
Imperial valley and the buyers are
going heavily into the raising., of
grapes and melons. There .* has been
a good showipg made in the Salinas
valley, and there have been many set
tlers during the past, year between
San Francisco and Santa Barbara. The
most lucky men In the state this year
were the ones who bought 10 acres of
Imperial valley at $65 an acre, were
given 10 months to pay for it, put' in
five acres into cantaloupes, and cleared
$147 an acre before the time came for
the first payment." \u0084 }
• • •
T. A. Graham, who represents the
Southern Pacific In Los Angeles, 1 brings
information of a wonderful borax mine
.which has been discovered and. is be
ing worked at Lang station ton' 'the
line of the Southern Pacific. Ths own
er, Henry Blumenberg, expects ;o ship
a carload east shortly,: and when the
mines are in ' working order, he says,
he wilb send a carload east ci cry five
days. * ' W§BlS!&St£ffim£k
Edward Twiggs,. who '- was ,wlth the
Union Pacific. and lately^ wltt^ the" Chi
cago and- Northwestern, : has /renounced
railroading forever. "He Jas ,; turned
farmer and is attending to Ais ranches
near Newman and ' Danvilje; Twiggs
has not as •. yet acquired /the ';;. typical
farmer appearance, though he assures
his railroad friends, that ha knows the
difference between a plow : and >a; har
row, i Twiggs was In toflrn. yesterday
ordering, several ' suits |jf clothes so
that he can plow with comfort. :•% ; "
• : A m':
"The lumber conditlors all over the
Pacific coast are ; in bal shape; owing';
to the action of the \u25a0 railroads ,'in r ad- l
vanclng the freight \u25a0 , said .a
railroadman yesterday, , ."and -, all -over
Oregon and Washlngpn the" mills are
shutting down.'^evet j, withy, increased
availability of !, equipnent. ris
no decrease, however in the~ cancella
tion ;of orders. # .This , affects the fir,
spruce . and cedar lunber and < shingles,
as .well as the \u25a0: redyood ; f rom ; Califor
nia. California* plnf seems to" continue
ln ; demand, althougi^ the; movement ; is
due largely to thi? back orders for
cars, which .have /not been available
up to the presentjtlme."'
One hundred , "aid ; twenty-five . prom
inent businessmet from \u25a0 Spokane ••and
vicinity will * leate \u25a0 Spokane :• about i the
middle of January -and visit "i Califor
nia. ,; They ; ,wil \ travel .- on ;i'a';j special
train,vwhlch wli ; be called "Vthe- inland
empire special.' '•"-.'
: ,W^;H..Averyf assistant general man
ager of the Tcyo KlseniKaisha? steam
ship company/ and '\u25a0:. &' .'prominent 'f mem-'
ber; of the : club, will
leave" tomorriw for the -east and JEu-'
rope.:,.' ;•.;.' "'/' \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 :.'-"- \u25a0\u25a0 .'-', \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0''
j • •\u25a0•.•'*. ....
Malone < Jjyce, who secures freight
and also \ paisengers : for- the Colorado
Midland \u25a0 in/the 1 southern ; part;- of the
state, i» hfre ' from ? Los Angeles. .
:. -: : ( * \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0%*:\u25a0 :"•: \u25a0\u25a0•,:.•.\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0,:..;- : "."
. C. C. Cone of the ' New,; Tork : Cen
tral lines has received '.word ) f rom •" his
people in {few -Tork that _the^Twentieth
Century^^lmltedjj will \ continue 1 *! service
all ' winte* i and \ jnake X the run "% between
Chicago i ind| New YorK in 19% hours.
C. E. | Stokes left- for^ Los VAngeles
on -Wedresday, evening to meetUhe gen
eral * maiager of hi* » company,"-. William
Edejs.i?/V; ': : ;";:\u25a0' "\u25a0-• •;\u25a0 --'• :-,-\u25a0•-' \u25a0'\u25a0•-
' " I \u25a0 '«\u25a0•,•."'-;\u25a0.\u25a0. .* i..:"i
J. H. Youn^, traveliog train agent
EFFORT MADE TO ADJUST
BOILER MAKERS' DISPUTE
Vice Presidents of Interna-
tional Body Visit
San Francisco,
UNIONS "MAY UNITE
Two Are Operating Under
Same Number, but Dif
fereh^Names
- . \u25a0 Two. of .the vice
4 T^Djsf^^u>«laJ>' presidents of the In
"^^S^^^^ ternational brother
: hood of boiler mak
ers and iron ship builders and helpers,
affiliated with the American federation
of labor, Louls'Weyand and Edward H.
Grant, are in this city to study the con
ditions of the trade, .to ascertain what
led to the formation *'o£; a dual organi
zation and, endeavor if possible to re
unite, the two bodies, o • .'.
: Some time 'ago.V when \u25a0"'.; the boiler
makers were on strike in , this city. In
ternational President ; George Dunn
came here on a visit* and wanted lodge
No. 205 to perform certain . acts as >to
an agreement which it had signed. A
large number of the members refused
to comply with the i request on the
ground that he, could not expect them
to,violate_;their agreement.; This led' to
a division .and one 'section sidestepped
as lodge ; No. 205, with .another, name,
and the Y others remained under the
old name. and same number. Now there
are two lodges ,of the same t with
the same number, but under : different
names. ' . . • . \u25a0
Sincejhis return to this city Timothy
A. Reardon. ' who attended the Amer
ican! federation of laboras the repre
sentative of the 1 San "Francisco labor
council, has reported that he had in
terviewed Grand President Dunn in re
lation to the boiler !v! v makers and that
Dunn had declared that he had n,ot re
voked the charter of No. 1 - ;05 in . San
Francisco, "and that," says Reardon, "in
opposition to. the-fact.that I had at the
time a letter ; signed by Dunn in which
he asserted that he had -revoked the
charter of thatvlodge." He reported
that j charges preferred ; by the ; part of
the lodge that; withdrew against Grand
President: Dunn in relation to advising
the setting.aside of the agreement were
i referred to the executive committee of
tie American" federation of ;iabor.'
Last Tuesday night the visiting offi
cials were' with that part of the lodge
that follows the leadership of Dunn and
addressed the members, at some length
in Polito hall .on the subject of unity.
They addressed a meeting o£ subordi
nate lodge No. 25 in Roesch hall last
night. . : ' .. .
Bar .Tenders' union local No. 4J. has
made the following;.* nominations -J or
offices to be filled for ; the
term: For president. Charles" Ehlert;
first vice president, George Shaw; sec
ond, vice, president, Edward F. Lamon;
recording secretary, August 'Zimmer
man ; financial , secretar jv Joseph ,E.
Vera; inspector, Peter Tully; outside
guard, Edward Schmidt -and Charles
Bausamer; business agent, Edward F.
Leambn, P. M. Wllhelm and John
Tracy; trustees, James F. Halmon,
August— Zimmerman.. Charles- . ; R.-
Walters and Max- Holtz;' executive
board. August Zimmerman. H. J . Ryan.
Al Baer. Frederick; , Rothschild.. J.
E. ." Walker, Charlesi Bausamer and
Peter Tully; ' "local Joint executive
boar^d. Joseph -E. Vera, P. ." L. ( Hqff,
Max.Holtz,- J. E. Walker. John Tracy,
Charles Ehlert and Charles R. Walters;
delegates to labor council, Joseph E.
Vera, P. L. Hoff, * John Ringen and
James> ,E. W^alker; sergeant et arms.
H. J. Ryan; superintendents of head
quarters. Edward Schmidt and Fred
erick Rothschild.
Arthur A. Hay, for a long time in
Los Angeles In the interest of the in
ternational typographical union, .was
in this city this week on his way-south
from the recent- session of \u25a0 th'e'.Aaierl
can federation of labor. He hasT«een
commissioned a general organizer 'for
that body and will devote his t time to
organizing unions, of .various crafts In
the southern city.
All. arrangements have been com
pleted for the masquerade ball to be
given ' tomorrow night in the Audi
torium by members" of the ; carmen's
union— not. by the" union as a body. ~ : A
long order /of dances has been^pre
pared arid- the music will be supplied
by ' a military-. band.
. .Helpers'.; union 'No. .110 has appointed
James Bowie, ' J. Selller and H. Nltche
superintendents; at ; the election ,for
offiogrs to be held December 28.- The
polls will open at ? &. m. and close -at
9 .p. m. v
ALLEGED WOMAN BURGLAR^
MUST STAND HER TRIAL
Jane Ward '\u25a0; Recognized by . the Police
as Having Been in Trouble
s. > Before
" Jane Ward ; was held - for; trial before
the • superior court ; by Police : Judge
Cabanlss yesterday • on a charge of bur.-;
glary. :- On-December. 4,she was caught
looting the of Mrs. Louis
Musladine, .' 1236 ~y Point \u25a0 Lobos \u25a0- avenue.
Another "charge against .her was . dis
missed.: Atithe time of 'her arrest: she
said she Shad .become; a thief to 'supply
her f lover; with; funds.;
She. was recognized yesterday as Mrs.
E. . B. Dalzell, , who January 3, 1898,"; wa^B
employed by l John' H.* Dow, "proprietor
ofj a shooting 'gallery • in »Kearny street
near ' Washington.^ On , \u25a0 that 'f morning
Dow.was found, in his gallery with 'I two
bullet . holes ?In his * head. 7 \u25a0 The - woman
was detained \ until ; after \u25a0 the - coroner's
inquests and was 1 then discharged.^ Who
killed Ddw, always : remained ' a mystery.
It \ is v also .; said ;;that" November : 21,'\ 1906,
the womanT.was; convicted of • petty lar
ceny ': in Los r
BEATS WOUXDED MAN
In connection with the duel -between
Charles \ Sailes and ? Alfred \ Carthuen ; in
Purcell's dance\ hall, / 520; Pacifi c; street,
Monday^ night, Jwhen "I Sailes I was i killed
and Carthuen f? dangerously ;. wounded,"
Detectives v BunnerJand.^Armstrong'\u25a0<ar
rested i John^vß^t Davis. Van 'J. employe > In
tbe]clahce \u25a0 hall; \ yesterday.V ; While :Cax
thuen \ was V- lying .wounded ilon -. theß floor-
Da vis ibeat -hlm ; onj Jthe iheadl repeatedly
v with^ a", revolver;; and kicked : him. A ;
"charge ft to «. murder Vmay" be
made \ against " Davis. -"
LADIES OP MACCABERS
San '•'FrahcTsco^ hive i No.- ;8- of the
Ladies of K the | Maccabees; has elected as
; officers; forUheTensuihg|term:?KE'^ M
| McLane, lady :: commander;; Sarah
Schlink; 'lleutenantJcbni'mander;'! Jessie
; M4Constant,^record;keeper;(re-"elected) ;
| Jessie tpietz, 1 finance"; auditor; i P. : Ayery,
! chaplain;! : Julia P;; Richards, .'sergeant;
i Florence Sea'rry^mistress 'at arms; LTuey
iSJoy,^ sentinel ; % Ida / Lerol; 4 ? picket ; 4 - Elsie
j Kimball.J; official '% prompter.; :;
of the - Southern ; Pacific, j has 3 left for
the| southwest \u25a0:• on :.' copi'pany business.
:.;.;. A./ Q. Li ttle,% traveling freight \u25a0•:• and
passenger^agerit i ot " the J Southern * Pa
cific 'lx> : Kinsae ' City. %is \ here -on ; : busi
ness. :,;' : - :j' r.c-:^:^: : "y'r"- : - \".: -\- ;•\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:--
/m . , ±116 strongest somctiiiics «'»
jij eat^ the least, but they eat j|
W Not what you eat, but what w
M you digest, gives you strength. « %
I Uneeda Biscuit I
j|| is the most nourishing and di- y
IS) gestible food made from flour. I|J
'fife; Eat wisdy— eat for strength W
mi — Uneeda Biscuit M
HI Bit In moisture and Jp
W dust proof packages;
M %Jr NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY M
Personal Mention
•j* — * '_ * ~. — "' " ~ — — — -—— — - — - — - . — j.
John Findley of Miles City is at the
t Royal.:;; . •
'J. Geider of Stockton is at the Grand
Central.->
'". L. Hagle of-Los Angeles is at the
Holland. T.'.*'>
A. Hoffman of Los Gatos is at the
Bfilliant.
;H."'AAJone3 of Chicago is at the Au
ditorium.
"H/ "Augur .of Sacramento is at the
Brillianti;, —
H.-8.- Stanford of Sacramento is at
the Dale. / , •
,-:A;iC. MacDonaldof Sacramento is at
the Royal.
Don Ray and wife of Gait are a"t the
St. Francis. .'- ;"
Augustus; Messing of Seattle is at
the Holland.*.
J. E. Willey of Santa Barbara is at
the Colonial.'
J A. : R. Sprague of Sacramento is, at
the Fairmont. _
A. A. Macbonald of Xew' Tork is at
the St. James.; •
vv Attorney. Fred Freeman of Willdws
is at the Dale.
C..A; White ' Jr. of. Los. Angeles is at
the St; Francis:
. W. T J.; Dickey and wife of Fresno are
at the Fairmont. ,
James A.'Foßhay of Los Angeles is
at the St. Francis. : •
G. Henry and Mrs; Henry of San Jose
are at the : —
Lee Rlley of New York and Mrs. ;
Riley. ajre _at . the St. James. \
; Harry jGray. a merchant of Port
! land, ' Ore', _is at the Holland.
Jynes ; W. Neill, a . well known min
ing man of Pasadena,' Is at the'Falr
mont';
Edward J. ; ; Frohman, a prominent
merchant of : Portland, "Ore., ;is at the
St.; Francis.
VT.i G. Gossjin, W. Bittle Weils 'and
Dwight; Edwards of Portland, Ore.; are
at the St. Francis.
. '\u25a0• Former State Senator P. L." Flanagan
and =U. M."; Slater -of j Reno arrived yes
terday at , the Fairmont.
. .Colonel J. H. \u25a0 Minor, a well known
lumber merchant of Eureka, and his
wif e ; are at the St. ! Francis.:
General 'W.; S. McCaskey, ;u. S. A.,
and McCaskey, ; are - at the ? St.
James " on their way to^the Philip
pines. '-'-_:
VETERANS ASK REPRESENTATION
Edwin S.; Bean, representing the
Spanish-American war : veterans,' called
on the mayor yesterday to ask that the
organization "be given representation* on
the committee v ,that 1: wiir welcome : the
btg ? , fleet -,on^ its ;. arrival •: at , this port.
Bean 'i also < suggested , that - the mayor
order,, that. flags be hoisted on all of, the
public i buildings the day the warships
sail for; the Paciflc.^|3l3rißnfiHH3l££&£l
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J . FOR SOUR STOMACH ,
.. This* is .one of the \ numerous '-
* results~of^faulty, digestion and ,
often; is >' accompanied by e. belch- ,
". ing, \u25a0':; bloating,- headaches, 'and
dizziness/ "To relieve; this, con- ;
dltion "and -restoreltheVdigestive * ,
.; organs ito^their normal iconditlon,
\u25a0 -,' the s following; formula'" is said •to
~ work iwonders. -;-'>:;..' -/ ,
"':)' ,"Twoj ounces >Essence ' of » Pep- \u25a0•\u25a0
sin; _ three jounces Syrup of -Gin-",
*V ger;rone; ounce.. Catandir;" Com--
i ,: pound ; ? mix/ these > well t " and .u se" --i <
< ln^doses- of tfromione':to"two tea- - \u25a0 ]
spoonfuls after each ; meal, • also
.'\u25a0 ; at ; bed ;-tlme for the "first: few.: ' .
days."--.' .. : .' v .. ' ... --. -\u25a0.. ._.-.\u25a0\u25a0 •\u25a0-;., \u25a0•
f \u0084;iT his: ic an; be .; prepared v by any .' :
i prescriptions druggist or, the, ln-.
3! gredlentapcanf be »• secured -and ;
' '& easlly> mixed' at home."?": 'i '"> vx - . .
Thla.ls .what Is known - aa> the %'
;' Pasteur formula arid most drug- '\u25a0•
1 Jl gist* tare i familiar * with ; its ; won-- ' .
l< \\ derf ul s curative & powers :on c the '
1 ;>* digestive organs and bowel. tract, f
\u25a0/ 'v'as: it VwilPin l a: ihort ' time correct \u25a0\u25a0• ' '.'
their ; action;; and -restore: them" to."' ,
'-,' ' ? a ".J normal ''•£ healthy^." condition.^ .;. '
',' '•'.' .which* means an* improvement" in-;' :
| tthe ' health : the ; whole ; system. |
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{ *¥** <sI SKBMfInBE9MnHMHMiOHH^HBWMftftM?¥BHfIEMBMMMStnitf '
Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy
' During th« past 35 years no rem-
edy has proven more prompt or ~
more effectual in lta cure's of
Coughs,^ Colds and Cronp
than Chambei-lala'o Cough Remedy. In
many homes It ia relied upon as iaa-
| pllcitly as the^family; phyaiclany It con-
tains no opium' or other narcotic, and
I may be^giren as confidently to/a baby ;
•ato»aftdult.*Prio«asc;l*ra««la»soo
SEVEN MEN ACCEPTED
FOR NE W GRAND JURY
Only Two More Needed to
Complete Inquisito
rial Body
The impaneling of • the grand jury
proceeded yesterday befqre Judge Cof
fey, seven more names being added to
those already accepted, bringing up
the total to 16. The remaining ' twev,
probably will be picked today from
: 1< names which were drawn yester
day." Among the latter "were those of
William Greer Harrison. John A. Ham
mersmith and Captain William Matson.
\u25a0 the Olympic club being, given as the
address of each.
The questioning" yesterday was done
by Assistant District Attorney Harri
son and was of a routine nature. Heney
seldom : took a -hand. .Barclay, Henley,
one of the prosecuting attorneys in the
California safe deposit and trust com
pany cases.^ attended the Impaneling,
thereby strengthening the reports that
I this' grand jury would take up the :
charges against the bank officials.
Those accepted yesterday were 1L A.
t^£sCjfei|y Diamonds, Watches, Clocks. Gold and Silver -.JS^I Ya
i^yfigPlP* Jewelry. Also Silverware, Cut Glass. Toilet \s"§r"<J/ i
YrTtj T* Requisites and Silver Deposit _Ware. All
\ % >*\*s* Write, Phone or Call for Illustrated Catalog HHjpC'7l
coKlttMWrafffMßVGfi y&^M
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PULLEYS, SHAFTING, HANGERS
Second Hand, but Good as Hew— Only Used 3 Months
No. Diameter F«*» v. Bor»
2 30-inch 8-inch 1 15-16 inch Steel Rim
2. 20 "\ 5 - 1,15-16 :- Steel Rim
2 18 " 8 " 115-16 " Steel Rim
2 16 - 6 - 1 15-16 -' Steel Rim
| 1 28 " 4 " 1 3-16 - * Steel Rim
1 24 " 4 M 3 : 'flf»ff Out Iron
1 24 " &V* m 1 15-16 ** 'SpUtSteel
1 16 - 4Vi~ 115-16— SpUtSteel
1 20 ** 8 " 1 15-16 " SpßtSteel
VI 8 " 6 " 1 15-16 ." »Ca«t Iron
•1 I©,; 4 J .1% 2 Steel. Rim
. 1 12. w 4" IVi gwmtt Steel Rim
- " :; 3 Couplings with Bushings for 1 15-16 inch thaftinj.
; 1 Clutch for 1 15-16 inch shaft.
2 length* Shai ting 1 15-16 inches dia. — IS feet long.
1 length Shafting 1 7-8 inche* dia. — 1 5 feet lons>
14 16-inch Hanger* and Bearing*.
• : 3 1 4-inch Hanger* and Bearing*. *
8 Bearing* for 2 7-16 inch Shaft 53$
S Apply to E. P. GOSLING
Room 200, Otaus Spreckels Building, Market and ; Third sts.
SAN FRANCisCO
• \u25a0 ?
Ne-welL 2300 Jackson: Chris xL "West
phal. 1904 Broadway: EL. A. Wasserman.
1543 OFarrell; M. Merigan, 1302 ."Web
ster; Wakefield Baker. 2TOI Pacific ave
nu«,; P. F. Ferguson. 2T27 Webstar;
Garret/M. Goldberg. 429 GroTe street.
The fourteen additional names drawn
-were Charles M. Plum. 215 Pacific ave
nue; \V. J. McLaughlln. 1275 Second
avenue; Alonzo G. McFarland. 400 Clay
ton; William Greer Harrison. Olympic
club;. John A. Hammersmith. Olympic
club; Martin O'Dea. 209 Locust; Marlon
Levetftritt. California and Oc:avia;
Paul F. Kingston. 224 KValleJo: 1* L
Cowglll. 233 Maple; John C. Harmes.
625 Market: PJehard W. Costello/ 158
Devlsadero; Captain William Matson,
'1918 Jackson; E. A. Leigh, 1455 Mar
ket.
The impaneling of the remaining two
: members to complete the grand Jury
"Vill take place this afternoon at 2:39
o'clock.
CONTRACTS ARE AWARDED
The contract for the razing of th»
hall of justice will be awarded t3
the Daniel O'Day company by the
works board when the supervisors ap_^
propriate : J9.973 to cover the cost. Th"«
O'Day company's bid was the lowest
received. The board has authorised
the construction of a sewer In Beats
street between Market and Mission
streets, at a cost of $1,936.20. J. H.
Hennlngs was awarded the contract to
build a bake oven for the almhouse, his
bid" of $1,458 being the lowest.
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