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UNCLE SAM'S BOYS
MEET IN HONOLULU
Outbound and Home Coming
Troops Get Together for
Few Hours in Hawaii '
Transport Sheridan, Carrying
Twenty«third Infantry, Is
- Due April 21
The homeward bound troop of the
Twenty-third infantry from the Philip
pines and the outward bound troops of
the Ninth infantry met in the harbor
of Honolulu Tuesday.
The transport Sheridan, with the
Twenty-third infantry on board, ar
rived from Manila, and the soldiers
were allowed to go on shore. The
Fherlfian had barely come to anchor
when the Sherman, from this port, with
the Ninth infantry on board, dropped
anchor. These troops were also al
lowed to larid.
It is the first time since the Spanish-
American war that troops crossing the
Pacific have met on land.
The Sheridan left Honolulu Tuesday
n!ght for this" port. and. according to
schedule, will arrive her* next Thurs
day. On arrival the troops will be dis
tributed as follows:
Band and second battalion to Fort
Bliss. Texas.
First battalion, to Fort Mclntosh.
Texas.
Third battalion, to Fort Clark. Texas.
General Joha F. Weston. after a
eeven months' siege at the general hos
pital at the Pre?idio. will Join his
family today at the Hotel Stewart,
where Mrs. Weston and her daughters.
Mips Marl© and Miss Kathleen, have
been since they returned from Manila
last June.
General Weston and family will
>aye Sunday morning for Danville.
K>\. where they will spend a few
months visiting relatives. They will
make their future home in Washington.
D. C. General Westons army friends
at thie post werf anxious to tender him
a farewell bar.quet. but he does not
feel equa.l to going through the formal
ceremony of a long speech making
dinner.
Major Beecher .B. Ray. paymaster's
department at this post, will start for
the east tonight on four months' leave.
His first stop will be at Ellwood, Ind..
where, with his wife, he will visit
friends.
BRITISH SCIENTIST'S SON
HELD AT ELLIS ISLAND
George Romanes, Tuberculosis
Sufferer, Later Released
NEW YORK. April IS. — George E.
Romanes, son of the late George John
Romanes, a noted British scientist.
was released late today from Ellis
island, where he was detained on his
arrival Monday on a medical certifi
cate saying he was a sufferer from
tuberculosis. Bond was furnished for
Ronsaneß. who is wealthy, to insure
that he will not become a public
charge. •
Brother of Dean Romanes
SALINA, Kan.,' April 13. — George E.
Romanes, the wealthy Scotchman de
tained by the Immigration authorities
!rt Xew York because, it is alleged, he
has tuberculosis, is a brother of F. J.
Romanes, dean of the faculty of St.
r John's military school In this city.
Mrs. C J. Romanes, mother of the de
tained man, went to Colorado Springs
recently to prepare a home for her
eon. Mrs. Romanes Is an English
author and lecturer.
SAN FRANCISCO WOMAN
DIES SUDDENLY ON TRAIN
Contractor's Wife Passes Away
on Trip to Europe
[Specie/ Dispatch to The Call]
EL PASO, Texas, April 13.— Traveling
from Pan Francisco on her way to
Germany. Mrs. J. H. Munster. wife of
a San Francisco contractor, died from
heart failure on a Southern Pacific
train shortly after leaving this city for
the east. The remains were removed
at Sierra Blanca. Tex.. and were
brought back to this city, and from
here were taken west tonight to the
nd home In San Francisco.
The Munsters were married in Ger
many, and their trip was in the nature
of a second honeymoon.
Mrs*. Munster is survl\-ed by the hus
band, who was accompanying her, a
small chaild and by a married
daughter. Mrs. F. O. Stevers of San
Francisco. Henry Bernholdt, a mem
ber of the firm of J. H. Munster & Co.,
and Herman Bemholdt were also in the
party.
SPRING GOLD CLEANUP
AT FAIRBANKS $9,000,000
First Steamer to Nome Will
Leave June 4
SEATTLE. April 13. — The first esti
mate of the sprirg gold cleanup in the
neighborhood of Fairbanks, Alaska,
received today Is $9,000,000. The gold
will be shipped to the Seattle assay
office by way of Yukon steamers.
There are no estimates of the Iditarod
output, but all late news from the new
camp Is favorable.
" The first freight for Nome and Yu
kon Viver points wae received on the
water front today and will be shipped
to Nome on the Senator June 4.
There will be no rate cutting to
coast or Yukon ports this summer, but
rates will not be Increased over those
of last year.
DEATH OF. DESCENDANT
OF DANIEL BOONE
Henry F. Emerson, Pioneer,
Passes Away at Petaluma
[Special Dnpeich to The CpU]
PETAL.UHA. AprU 1& — Henry F.
Emerson, a pioneer of 1851, is dead
\ex&. Emerson was a direct descend
ant of Daniel Boone, the Kentucky In
dian fighter. He left two daughters
Aad one son, Mrs. Charles A, Kennedy
of "Windsor, Mte-.L. M. Wheeler and
H. W. Emerson of Petaluma,
BONDS VOTED TO BUILD
. ENORMOUS PAVILION
Wateonville to Use Structure
' for Apple Show
WATSONVILL.E. *" April 13.— Bonds
were A'oted today for the construction
of a pavilion, larger than the Dream
land pavilion In: San Francisco, for the
holding of an annual 1 apple chow. Plans
for the structure are completed, and the
building will be ready for use when the
first -exhibition will be held, late in Sep-
tember.
EXPLOSION KILLS IX ME!?— Esuton, P«.,
(» April 13.— Derm men.' all foreigners, were
crushed to death In tfc» stone quarry of the
K«aw»th-Portta»ifc<emcot ««' I N«
. areth . toOty. A ? premature explosion-;, tore
' leow COCO toss of close, covericg the victims.
Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys
JUDGE IS CHOSEN
FOR SAN JOAQUIN
Governor Gillett Rejects Demo*
crats' Plea and Is Expected
to Name J. A. Plummer
{Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON. April 13. — "The resolu
tion passed by the democratic county
central committee of San Joaquin
county April 2. 1910. indorsing D. M.
Young for judge, has been duly re
ceived. I regret to say that I can not
appoint Mr. Young superior judge of
San Joaquin county, as I have in mind
another gentleman, and as Mr. Young
has also recommended to me the ap
pointment of another gentleman.
J. N. GILLETT.'
A. I. Wagner, chairman of the demo
cratic county central committee, has
received the above self explanatory
communication from the governor.
Judge W. B. Nutter of the superior
court is expected to resign next month,
when he will resume the practice of
law. The republicans of the county
have indorsed Attorney J. A. Plummer
as his successor. Among the attorneys
who signed the recommendation was
D. M. Young. This Indicates that J. A.
Plummer will be the appointee.
The democrats argued that at the
last election both parties agreed to
take the judiciary out of politics, and
that as Judge Nutter is a democrat and
received the republican indorsement,
his successor should be of the same
political faith.
TROUBLE EXPECTED IN
MACHINISTS' STRIKE
Rumors of Clash With Strikers
Is Denied
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON, April 13. — The first indi
cation of any trouble in connection
with the strike at the Samson iron
works, occurred last night when agents
of the strikers called at the homes of
some of the machinists and endeavored
to induce them to walk out. There
were several wild rumors today con
cerning the affair, one being to the
effect that two of the men who refused
to quit work were thrown into Mor
mon channel. J. M. Kroyer, president
of the big industry, denies the report.
"The men informed me this morn
ing," said Kroyer. "that they were
armed, and if any one attempted to
enter their homes they would shoot.
I don't anticipate any trouble, however,
and am of the opinion that the trouble
has reached its climax.
"The situation is about this: About
30 or 40 of the men in the machine shop
did not show up for work last Friday,
and the next day we received a copy
of an agreement to the effect that we
make the establishment a closed shop,
which, of course, is out of the ques
tion. We employ union men in the
foundry and pattern shops, but the ma
chine shop is. open. .. •
"From what I have been told, there
is trouble brewing in San Francisco
and certain demands will be made
there June next. We do not under
stand why the trouble should be an
ticipated here."
ANDERSON REPUBLICAN
CLUB IS ORGANIZED
Candidacy for Governor Is' In-
dorsed at State Capital
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, April 13.— An Alden
Anderson republican club . was or
ganized here this evening. The meet
ing was called to order by W. A. New
cum. Scott F. Ennis nominated Harry
Thorpe, who is president of Weinstock,
Lubin and company, for president. Dan
D. Sullivan, president of the state fed
eration of labor, seconded # the nomina
tion. Henry Mitau nominated Fred D.
Adams for secretary.
A declaration of the purposes of the
club was adopted, showing that Ander
son had been foremost in the upbuild
ing of this section of the state. In
dorsing his political record, and rec
ommending his candidacy to the
electors of the state.
W. A. Curtis, R. O. Kimbrough, F.
W. Keisel, D. A. Lindley, L. Mebius,
Dwight H. Miller, General J. B. Martine,
Frank J. O'Brien, Emmett Phillips,
William Schaw, James K. Beede, A.
Bonnheim. Dr. W. Brlggs, C. B. Dewees.
F. B. Fancher, James Warrack, JL G.
Yardley, Frank B. McKevitt, W. E. Ger
ber, E. M. Sheehan and other promi
nent republicans were present and
made short speeches ip favor of An
derson's candidacy.
DEATH REVEALS STORY
OF UNUSUAL MISFORTUNE
Series of Trouble Preceded De-
mise of W. J. Rule
[Special Ditpaich to The Call]
STOCKTON, April 13. — The death of
W. J. Rule in this city last Friday has
brought to .light a story of unusual
misfortune. The deceased's home was
in San Francisco. He came here with
his wife and two children, the former
having almost lost her eyesight by
reason of cataracts.
Rule had been a mining engineer and
about five months ago, after suffering
financial reverses, took a cold which
developed ' into pneumonia and later
consumption. He came to Stockton a
few days before he died. He was a
member of San Francisco lodge of Elks
and of the Masonic fraternity.
The remains were shipped to Sonora,
Tuolumne county,, -where his funeral
was conducted by the Masonic frater
nity.
ROSEVILLE MARSHAL
WINS TWO VICTORIES
Re-elected to Office and Sus-
taincd by Court
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
ROSEVIIXEr April 13.— Oscar I* I*
gault, city marshal of Roseville. . won
two decisive victories yesterday. . One
was his re-election by an overwhelm
ing majority and the other was a de
cision of Judge Prewitt sustaining Le
gault in his action against the Rose
ville trustees for outsing him from
office. Degault refused to give up the
office .when the board declared his office
vacant and . took • the case into the
courts- He also asked for vindication
at the hands of the people. He won
both. ', . *
MINER SAND, BAGGED
AND ROBBED OF GOLD
FRENCH GULCH, April,; -13.— John
Wagner, a miner.! .was sandbagged and
robbed.o f- $100 , .in . Main street last
night while returning home from
work. The robber Wagner
was iinooaecio.ua several boju»a r .Hs..wiU
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THE SAN FRANCISCQ CALL, {THURSDAY V APRIL 14, 1910.
RAILROADMEN ON
INSPECTION TOUR
Officials of the Burlington and
Western Pacific Visit Moun*
tain Division
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
OROVILLE. April 13. — Darius Miller,
president of the Burlington railroad;
W. D. Sanborn, San Francisco agent for
the same road; C. H. Schlacks, vice
president of the Western Pacific; C. H.
Ketchum, division superintendent, and
a number of other Western Pacific offi
cials passed through here today on. an
inspection tour of the mountain divi
sion of the Western Pacific! The pres
ence of the president of the Hill road, it
was explained, was of no special sig
nificance. Miller, it was stated, is
spending his vacation with Schlacks. •
ADMIRAL PHELPS VISITS
MARE ISLAND NAVY YARD
Survey Made of Gunboat Alert
After State Service
VALLEJO, April 13. — Rear Admiral
Thomas S. Phelps, senior member of
the board of. survey of the Pacific coast,
is at Mare Island today for the purpose
of surveying the gunboat Alert, which
recently was returned to the navy de
partment by the state' naval reserve.
Lieutenant Commander Dudley W.
Knox, formerly ordnance officer of the.
Pacific fleet, reported for duty at Mare
Island today as aide to Commandant
Rear Admiral Hugo Osterhaus.
The cruiser Buffalo is expected to
reach here in a week from Nicaragua,
bringing 200 marines. The Buffalo was
sent to Corinto several months ago,
when trouble was brewing.
Advices Indicate that all ships will
be withdrawn from Nicaragua but the
Princeton. The latter vessel probably
will be relieved by the Vicksburg, or
the Yorktown, now undergoing repairs
in the navy yard.
Work is being rushed on the latter
vessel, as it is planned to send it south
at an early date.
BOYS, EN ROUTE TO
NEW YORK, DETAINED
Youthful Vagrants Will Be Re-
turned Home
STOCKTON, April 13. — Four runaway
Oakland schoolboys -were apprehended
by the police here last night. They
were making their way to Los An
geles, from which place they said they
intended crossing the desert to New
Orleans and thence by steamer to New
York.
Their names are Clarence Collins,
aged 17; George Taylor, aged 16; Frank
Mazon. aged 15, and Joseph Chambers,
colored, aged 16. :
The youthful vagrants were turned
over "to the juvenile probation officer
.by 'the police, with instructions to
notify their parents and have them re
turned.home.
Wholesale Escape Made
STOCKTON. April 13. — All the boys
made their escape from the detention
home here between* 10 and 11 o'clock
today. Probation Officer Taylor and
the police are searching the city for
trace of them. ,
NATIVE DAUGHTERS HOLD
ANNIVERSARY BANQUET
Joaquin Parlor Celebrates Its
Twenty-third Birthday
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON. April 13. — The twenty
third anniversary of Joaquin parlor No.
5, Native Daughters of the Golden
West, was observed last night in a be
fitting manner.
The guests were:- Grand president,
Emma W. Lillie. Ivy parlor of Lodi;
past grand president, Carrie Durham,
Joaquin parlor; grand vice president,
Mamie Peyton, Joaquin parlor; grand
outside sentinel, Emma Fredricks, - El
Pescadero parlor, Tracy; grand mar
shal, Annie Lacy, Las Lomas parlor, San
Francisco; district deputy grand pres
ident. Elizabeth Kelley. Ivy parlor, Lodl.
The banquet hall was decorated with
greenery and flowers. May Parker pre
sided. Many toasts were responded to.
THE PEOPLE'S CAUSE
WILL SUSPEND ISSUE
Owner Says That Weekly Paper
Has Served Purpose
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
MARYSVILLE, April 13. — The Peo
ple's Cause, a weekly issued by former
Mayor Peter J. Delay, will suspend- with
next week's issue. Delay established
the paper to espouse the cause of the
people. He was elected councilman
and. later mayor. He says the paper
has served its usefulness, and he will
suspend it. Delay is expected to enter
politics again this fall, being spoken
of as a candidate for assessor.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
ISSUED IN STOCKTON
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON, April 13.— The county
clerk has Issued marriage licenses as
follows:'
John Sullivan, Los Angeles, aged 51,
and Julia Bigger, Sheridan, Ore- aged
49. " \u25a0 7
George W. Klinger, aged* 34, and
Emeline J. Greville, aged 18, both of
Linden. '. t •
DYSPEPSIA, HEARTBURN, GAS
AND OTHER DISTRESS ENDED
Relief in five minutes awaits. ".SSS
every man or woman who suf- T *\\'%Z™*n v U? lT £Z' yOU r \u25a0 W
fAre friim a had < sfnmnrh madst a. 50-cent case of Pape'»
lerS irwn a Ddy aiomatn. Diapepsin you could always go to the
"\u25a0 ' ' "" . . table with, a hearty appetite, and your
meals would taste good, because you
Nothing .will . remain undigested or would know there would b« no Indices-
sour on your stomach if you will take tion or Sleepless nights or Headache or
a little Diapepsln occasionally. This stomach > misery all the next day; and
powerful digostive and antacid; though besides, you \u25a0 would not need laxatives
as harmless and pleasant as candy, or liver pills to keep your stomach and
will digest and prepare for, assimila- bowels clean and fresh. . , „
tion into the blood all the food you can . Pape's Diapepsin can be obtained
eat. 1 , from your druggist, and contains more
Eat what your stomach craves, than ' auffiolent to; thoroughly • cure
without the slightest fe.ar of Indiges- the worst case of ' Indigestion .or
tion or that youxwill be bothered with Dyspepsia. * There "is nothing . better
sour risings. Belching, Gas on Stom- for Gas on the Stomach or sour odors
tch. Heartburn, Headaches from stom- from the stomach or to cure & Stomach
ach. Nausea.' Bad Breath, Water -Brash Headache. ; •;
or a feeling like you had swallowed a You couldn't keep a handler, or- m«M
luna-fiX lead, pr other, disagreeable useful arttcl» ia tbojuros* ' Z~*77. r V
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BUSINESS WOMEN
BAND TOGETHER
Department Store Employes to
Buy and Sell Real Estate
and Livestock
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, April 13.— The busi
nesswomen's syndicate of Sacramento,
an organization of women employes of
a local department store, has been
formed for the purpose of dealing in
Sacramento and valley real estate.
Thirty women have banded together
and subscribed $9,000 of the $25,000
capital stock of the organization and
are prepared to enter into an active
real estate campaign in competition
with the men.
Among the purposes of the company
as given in the articles of incorporation
filed Is that of buying and selling live
stock and 'doing a general farming
business.
CAPTAIN S. S. PETTIT
SUMMONED BY DEATH
Resident of Lodi and Civil War
Veteran Passes Away
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON, April 13.— Captain S. S.
Pettit. one of the best known and most
highly respected residents of j Lodi.
died at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon after
an illness of three years* duration fol
lowing a stroke of paralysis. Although
he partly recovered, he had another at
tack recently and little hope was held
out for his recovery.
He was born In Sussex county. New
Jersey, April 22, ' 1833, and when the
civil war began enlisted with the
Fifteenth Ohio regiment, of which he
became captain. He was a member of
Hartford Post, G. A. R., of Lodi, and
later resigned and affiliated with Raw
lins Post. No. 23, of this city.
. Pettit left a widow and a daughter,
Mrs. Delia Williams, two grand chil
dren. Mrs. Anna Rose and Sheldon
Williams, and one great grandchild.
The funeral will be held Friday after
noon at 2 o'clock from his late resi
dence under the auspices of the G. A. R.
Pettit was also a member of the
Masonic fraternity and the Knights of
Pythias.
TEST BUREAU WILL
COMBINE WITH SCHOOL
.To Try and Overcome Trouble
of "Potato Sick Lands"
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON. " April 13.^The chamber
of commerce appointed a committee a
year ago consisting of G. McM. Ross.
B. A. Towne and James A. Barr to take
steps for establishing a test bureau and
laboratory for the purpose of testing
local soils and conducting other forms
of agricultural investigation.
The committee has been making in
vestigations, and now that the Stockton
high school has a department of agri
culture will assist- In-establishing the
test bureau at the school.
Trouble is experienced at times in
the delta district with "potato sick
lands." It is believed by certain soil
treatment that this can be overcome
and the committee and high school
students will work in conjunction along
these lines. ,
SHERIFF RECEIVES
REWARD FOR CAPTURE
Sacramento Merchants Appre
ciate Work, of Official
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, April 13. — Sheriff
McAulay of Placer county today re
ceived a check for $500 from -the al
lied merchants of this city, delivered
through the retail merchants' associa
tion, as a reward for his capture and
conviction of George Anderson, the in
cendiary who robbed and fired the fur
niture store of C. M. Campbell in this
city.
YOUNG WOMEN DRILL
AT SHRINERS' MEETING
i ~
Cincinnati Girls Give Exhibition
Before City Hall
NEW ORLEANS, April 13.— The sec
ond session of the Imperial council of
the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, who
are In annual conclave here, was held
this morning. The program for today
included exhibition drills and social
entertainments.
Permission was granted for an exhi
bition drill of the ladies' patrol of the
Syrian temple. Cincinnati, this evening
in front of the city hall stand.
The patrol consists of 16 young
women, sisters and daughters of mem
bers of Syrian temple. /
CHARGING DESERTION,
MAN SECURES DIVORCE
Wife Refused to Live Where
Husband Was Employed
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SANTA ROSA. April 13.— John A.
Compton of this city was granted an
interlocutory degree of .divorce today
from ' Louise Compton on the ground of
desertion. The couple were married
over a year ago, but lived together only
a few weeks, as the wife wantedto re
side in Oakland, while her husband
had a position here and refused to give
it up.
GIRL WITH PISTOL
PURSUES ATHLETE
Mother of Hatry Cramer Asks
Justice to Make Lovelorn
Maiden Keep the Peace
[Special Dispatch to The* Call]
SAN RAFAEL. April * 13- — Harry
Cramer, local high school student,.ath
lete, amateur playwright and brother
of Mabel Cramer, the well known Cali
fornia beauty, fears for his life, at the
hands of Nellie Kelly, a Larkspur do
mestic, who is alleged to be on his trail
with a big revolver.
To protect her son from the
vengeance of the young woman Mrs.
Cramer filed a complaint with. Justice
Magee today, charging Nellie Kelly
with threats to kill young Cramer on
sight.
\u25a0^According to Cramer, he met Miss
Kelly while out- walking with a friend
last summer and she proposed in
stant marriage, announcing incident
ally that she possessed a fortune
of $10,000. Cramer regarded her love
at first sight as a bit of humor, and
declined, he says, to accompany her to
a minister.
Miss Kelly, who is described as a
tall blonde of 22 summers, visited the
San Rafael high schol today and in
quired for young Cramer. Miss Emlly
Gilogly, the teacher to whom she ad
dressed her inquiries," stated that he
was , absent. Miss Kelly then exhib
ited the revolver and declared with a
determined look that she would shoot
the lad on sight.
SHRINERS ELECT NEW
IMPERIAL OUTER GUARD
Philadelphian Wins Coveted
Position in Order
NEW ORLEANS. April 13.— W. Free
land Kendrick, potentate of the Lulu
temple.. Philadelphia, was this after
noon elected imperial outer guard by
the imperial council of the Nobles of
the Mystic Shrine in annual conclave
in this city. This -Is the only elective
position in the order.
After a session that lasted until al
most dark, the Imperial council de
cided that the next annual conclave
would be held in Rochester, N. Y.
With the election of a new imperial
outer guard, every one of the imperial
officers, with the exception of the
treasurer, and the recorder, moved one
rung up the ladder. **\u25a0
Following today's election, they line
up in part as follows:
Frederick A. Hines, Los Angeles, im
perial potentate; John F. Treat, Fargo,
N. D.. imperial deputy potentate.
George L. Street. Richmond. Va,, now
joins the ranks of the past imperial
potentates, William S. Brown of Pitts
burg as Imperial treasurer and Benja
min W. Rowell of Boston retains the
imperial rscordershlp.
FLOODS CAUSE LOSS OF
NORTHERN NEVADA STOCK
SALT LAKE CITY. April 13.—Scat
tered mile after mile over the ranges
along the Humboldt river in northern
Nevada are the carcasses of cattle that
perished from starvation In conse
quence of • the destruction of pastures
by floods. This report was brought
here "today by John Geiger, a mining
man of Humboldt county, Nevada, who
has returned from Wlnnemucca and
Battle Mountain. Some estimates at
those places, Geiger said, place the
losses of livestock at 70 per cent.
SEVEN BUILDINGS BURN— Salinas. April 13.
Seren frame buildings were destroyed by fire
which broke out In a restaurant at 4:45 o'clock
this afternoon. The loss was $2,000.
STANFORD PARK
FRONTING 3,000 FEET ON THE
STANFORD UNIVERSITY GROUNDS
IN BEAUTIFUL MENLO PARK
A Splendid Property — Near Two Stations— Menlo Park and Palo 'Alto w
SUBDIVIDED INTO LARGE LOTS AND OFFERED FOR
$200, $250, $300 $350
SEWER AND WATER MAINS LAID
Terms 10 percent cash-Balance $5 per month
, 'Need We Say Anything More? .
NOT.TO SHREWD RE AL ESTATE • BUYERS
These Lots Will Go to $1000 and $2000
ACT QUICKLY
You Will Never Get Such a Chance Again
HGAG & LANSDALE
356 PINE STREET, San Francisco
' Phone Kearny 2038
MOTOR BOATS CAUSE
BREAKS IN LEVEES
SACRAMENTO. April 13.— Fast motor
boats on the Sacramento river throw
up such heavy swells that the constant
washing against the levee is having
bad effects in some places according to
Budding Spring
Ripening Summer
Interesting Seasons on the
Sunset Route
By
> *
Cotton Fields
Rice and Sugar
Plantations
Southern Pacific
TICKET OFFICES t
Flood Building Market Street Ferry Depot
Third and Townaeod Streets Depot :„'
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California Raisin Day, April 30th
Eat Raisin Bread
the report made yesterday afternoon to
the state engineering board at a meet
ing in the offlce of Governor Gillett.
Ampng routine matters transacted by
the board was the author izat!on_ of a,
call for bids for the new exposition
building for Los Angeles which is to.
be built at < a cost of $250.000.. ThQ
plans were officially approved. %%i
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