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in the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys
BIRDMAN WILL FLY
DURING RAISIN DAY
Whipple S. Hall of Oakland
Agrees to Make Debut as
Chicago Packers and Brokers
Decide to. Hold Demonstra
tion forMwo Months
[Special Dispatch ioiThe Call]
FRESNO, April 20.— Whipple S. Hall
of Oakland, son of Judge S. P. Hall of
the district court of appeal, brother
of Chaffs Hall, editor of the Daily
<*aliff>rniar\ and of Charming Hall, the
famous coa^t tiigh jumper, will make
his debut iii; this city as a professional
aviator Raipin day, April 30.
Hali has just signed a contract to
fly in this pity on that date. He will
use a four cylinder Curtiss machine,
vliirh was navigated by Charles Wil
lard whrn lw? flew in P'resno in the
early part of" February.
Willard sold the machine to Hall;
who has been traveling for some time
with Charles K. Hamilton, but during
th« \aft few weeks lias been making
experimental flights near Mendota. He
baa never made any public flights.
With ihe Raisin day campaign near
ing its closing hours, the work at
headquarters has more than doubled
and a largo force of men and women is
kept busy night and day -writing let
ters and filling all requests for posters
Although several thousand Jotters
have been received by the Raisin day
< ommlttce from all parts otf the coun
try, the committee intends to answer
*ach on** personally.
Local interest in the campaign is
much more evident than it was last
y^ar. an<j, more assistance is being
given by local bupinfsssmpn. The com
mitt«>*» on ways and moans reported
lodav that It expected no trouble what
ever in securing fundj=. A little more
than half the money has Ueon paid In
and a larg» portion of tho remainder
!:bf h<-«Mi promised.
A raifin bread demonstrator is to be
s^rit to Chicago to show the people
th«*r<s the merits of raisin bread. This
plan was proposed to the Raisin day
committee In a telegram signod by
about a dozen Chicago packers and
brokers and the committee immedi
ately wired back that it would ax-ccpt
th« proposition. The Chicago men
agreed to employ and pay the ex
panses of * & demonstrator for two
William McDmniel of this city has'
suggested to the committee that 12
high school students be selected and
kppt on a raisin and fruit diet for a
certain length of time under the care
Of an expert phyjsici&.n.
McDans»l proposes that <,n daily re
port shall be made of the condition of
the student* In order that the public
may know Just what benefits may be
derived from raisins.
In order to start the contest for a
carnival queen the carnival committee
will name 10 girls who will be candi
dates tomorrow. Others will be al
lowed to enter if they wish.
Boosters Invade City
Starting immediately after their ar
rival from Fresno and registration at
the Manx hotel, the five members of
the raisin day committee opened a
three day campaign yesterday, the suc
oef=s of which was evident by night
fall. The Freitno men were not fa
miliar with the city and the work
of tramping strange streets and en
listing the services of strange men re
• juir^d tireless effort.
They placed large raisin day litho
graphs in the show windows of many
merchants, scattered raisin day stick
ers far and wide and distributed the
little pamphlet telling of the raisin
These things meant a day's work,
but in addition thereto the committe
secured the co-operation of the busi
nessmen of the city, the wholesalers,
jobbers, grocers and many others.
H. IL Holland, chairman of the com
mittcp, said that every one seemed
nnxious to give a hand to the raisin
boosters. The principal businessmen
have arranged for a number of auto
mobiles to be at the ferry this mom
ing and it Is intended to take the city
by storm. About 9 o'clock the commit
t**e will start out in the machines,
which will be adorned with pennants
and banners bearing raisin day legends.
Sample packages of raisins fresh from
Frrsno will br> on hand. There will be
more lithographs, more literature and
The boosters will visit all of the
retail stores in the outlying districts.
The retailers will be asked to shout
for April 50 and the committee will
endeavor to institute a system of spe
ital raisin sales.
The bakers of San Francisco, who
have done much toward boosting raisin
day with appropriate bread, have prom
ised to double their efforts this year.
All the baking shops across the bay
will be asked to give their aid.
The committee, consisting of J. C,
Knapp, William McDaniel. D. H. Wil
liams. H. H. Holland and Clarence L.
Foin, was appointed by the raisin day
committee of Fresno, which, in turn,
wan appointed by the chamber of com
merce. The men represent several lines
of business in that vity, and were only
too willing to leave their stores and
offices to take up the campaign for
the fruit which Klbert Hubbard says
Is the finest that grows, because It can
not be adulterated.
LEAGUE FOR SACRAMENTO
£spect"aJ Dispatch io The Calf]
SACRAMENTO, April 20. — To protect
innocent home builders from the de
signs of unscrupulous contractors the
Builders' exchange league was formed
last night at a meeting of contractors
engaged in all lines of building work.
Contractors who are- not financially
able to fulfill contracts in erecting
homes will be pointed out to prospect
ive home seekers.
BROTHER WANTS BROTHER
JAILED FOR JOY RIDE
[SjOeciaJ Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, April M.— G. A.
Wedgwood secured a warrant today for
the arrest of his brother, E. G. Wedg
wood, whom he charges with embezzle
ment. He claims his relative embezzled
his taxicab. which he kept for hire,
rtook the machine yesterday afternoon
while the owner was not looking: and
went on a joy ride. He has not been
XIMBEK BX7KNS— Miltrankee. April 20.— A Urpe
are* of timber in Bajfield county. i>stimat«Kl
In rtloe «t JJSOO.OOrt. hat hM>n destrnj-ed by
£res. The tract burned lies between Cable and
brummend* - ->2fcO@sas6
Bake Raisin Bread!
Cup for Best Loaf
sterling silver cup
:-: The Call :-:
prize for the best
baked by any baker
California north of
BAKERS and confectioners — all of you in California between the north
side of the Tehachapi and the Oregon line — here's a challenge and a
chance for you.
Housewives and cooks other than professional bakers and confectioners
—all of you in California within the same north and south boundaries—
here's the same kind of a challenge and a chance for you also.
A handsome sterling silver cup is offered by The Call for the best loaf
of raisin bread baked by any baker or confectioner in the territory described.
Another sterling silver cup, equally handsome, is offered by The Call ior
the best loaf of raisin bread baked by any housewife or cook, not a pro
fessional baker or confectioner, in the same territory.
The sole restriction, beyond the geographical limitations already fixed,
is that none but California raisins shall be used. So go ahead, bakers, con
fectioners, housewives and cooks. Begin experimenting right away. See
what you can do with one of the finest delicacies California produces.
Three of the best known chefs in California have consented to act as
the committee to judge the bread and award the silver cups. They are:
KRXEST AHBOGAST, Chef of tbe Palace .Hotel
VICTOR. HIHTZI.KIt, Chef of the St. Francis Hotel
AIITIIDR LOUA.V, Chef of the Hotel , Stewart
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| The men who will determine the winner of The'CalVs raisin bread contest I
These three men are at the top of their profession and contestants can
be assured that the awards will be made strictly on the merits of the bread.
The conditions are few and simple.
The Joares must reach The Call office not earlier than the morning of
the 2£tb, nor later than noon of the 29th. AH loares that come on the 28th
will be tested and judged on the afternoon of that day, while they are still
fresh. The judges will hold another session on the afternoon of the 29th to
pass npon the loaves that are received up to noon of that day.
Each loaf should have a label announcing the name of the contestant and
6tating whether the maker is a professional or nonprofessional cook.
The awards will be announced in The Call on the morning of the 30th.
CANAL TO BE DUG FOR
THE MARIN STADIUM
William Kent Interested in the
Plans for Water Course
[Special Dispatch io The Call]
SAUSALITO, April 20. — Plans to
dredge a channel from the Marin sta
dium grounds to the slough that leads
to the bay are being made by William
Kent and others interested In the
growth of the community.
The creek that borders the stadium
on the northeast will form a part of
the new canal, which will allow craft
of shallow draft to reach a point near
the center of the town.
Boating and other aquatic sports are
promised with the new waterway.
BAR ASSOCIATION IS
PLANNED IN STOCKTON
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON. April 20.— Judge Frank
11. Smith has appointed W. B. Nutter,
R. C. Minor, T. S. I^outtit, O. Br Park
inson and John A. Wilson a committee
to make arrangements for organizing
a San Joacjuin county bar association.
The committee will take up its work
immediately. . The association will be
affiliated with the state bar association
as organized in San Francisco last year.
GETS INTO TROUBLE
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON. April 20. — Deputy Sheriff
Herman Sturcke this afternoon ar
rested M. H. Beck on a. bench warrant
issued by the superior court of Sacra
mento. Beck is a socialistic speaker
and has been lecturing in the public
square here for some tim*. He fg
wanted in connection with some juve
nile court case. ; .' :
INDIGESTION, HEARTBURN, GAS
AND STOMACH HEADACHE GO
Your out-of«order Stomach feels
fine five minutes after tak-
ing r little Diapepsin.
There would not be a case of Indi-
gestion here if readere who are sub-
ject to Stomach trouble knew the
tremendcuß anti-ferment, and digestive
virtue contained in Diapepsin. This
harmless preparation w'll digest a
h«avy meal without the slightest fuss
or discomfort, and relieve the sourest,
acid stomach In five minutes, besides
overcoming all foul, Nauseous odors
from the breath.
Ask your pharmacist to show you
the formula plainly prints j on each 50-
cent cas* of Papo's Diapepsin. then you
will readily understand why this
promptly cures Indigestion and re-
tnoves such eyjnxiorr.a aj. Heartburn,"
THE SAN. FRANCISCO CALL; THUE SPAY,; APRIL 21, 1910.
sterling silver cup
:-: The Call:-:
loaf of California
made by any cook
in California north
not a professional
SCAB AND THE CODLIN
MOTH RUINING PEARS
Immediate Steps Must Be Taken
to Protect Crop
[Special Ditpalch to The Call]
GUASS VAHLHY. April. 20.— Scab and
codlin moth are at work on the big
pear orchards of this county, and un
less fmmetliate steps are taken to
stamp them out County Horticulturist
Peck says the crop will be a- total fail
ure this year. .He has visited manyof
tho largest pear orchards in the last
few weeks and proposes to call a meet
ing of the orchardists to decide what
steps shall be taken.
RIPON'S BANK BUILDING
IS NEARING COMPLETION
[Special Dispatch io The Call]
STOCKTON*, April 20. — Good progress
is being made in tile construction of
Ripon's new bank building. Karl A.
Gotshall, who will be assistant cashier,
has received his commission as notary
public and has gone to Ripon to su
perintend the construction of the build
ing. The bank, which was made possi
ble by the enterprising farmers of the
Ripon section, will be open for busi
ness July 1. Its establishment is an
index to the growth of south San
$100,000 IN TAXES DUE
IN SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY
[Special Dispatch io Th~e Calf]
STOCKTON, April 20. — The second in
stallment of state and county taxes will
be delinquent next Monday evening at
6 o'clock. County Treasurer and Tax
Collector W. C. Neumiiler states the
amount still due is fully $100,000. As
only five daysremain before taxes be
come delinquent there will necessarily
be a great rush to his office or an un
usually large delinquent list.* ,
a feeling like a lump of lead in the
stomach, Belching of Gas and Eructa-
tions of undigested food, water brash.
Nausea, Headache, Biliousness and
many other bad symptoms; and, be-
sides, you will not need laxatives to
keep your r.tomach, liver and intestines
clean and fresh.
If your Stomach is sour and full of
gas and your food doesn't digest, . and
your meals don't seem- to fit, why: not
get a 50-ccnt case from your druggist
and make life, worth living? Absolute
relief from: Stomach misery and per-
fect,, digestion of anything you eat ;is
sure to follow five minutes after, and,
besides, one^case is sufficient to cure a
whole family -of -such "trouble. \u0084;•
••Surely, a" harmless. - -inexpensive
preparation like Diapepsin. which will
always, either at daytime or during
night, relieve your stomach misery and
digest your v meals.. is. about, as handy
and valuable- V thing, as. you could hay«
|n : thg house, . • . ]
LAND BILL SAVES
Thompson Act Shows Large
Gain, Which Will Go to the
State School Fund
[Special Dispatch io The Call]
SACRAMENTO, April 20.— The sum
of $95,208.76 has been saved the state
by the passage of the Thompson land
bill, drafted by Surveyor General
Kingsbury and Attorney General Webb
by the last legislature. This sum
would otherwise have gone into the
pockets of "land attorneys," such op
erators as Benson and Hyde. At the
six public auction sales of school land
scrip held since the Thompson land bill
became a law the state of California
has sold 23,108.94 acres of said scrip
for $123,094.93. being at an average of
$5.32»£ per acre. This same land, if sold
under the old law, would have netted
the state only $27,886.17, therefore there
was a net gain under the new law of
$95,208.76 to the state school land fund.
LOOKS AT ROOMS AND
MAKES OFF WITH PURSE
Possible Tenant Proves Fleet
[Special Dispatch io The Call]
STOCKTON, April 20. — A stranger
called at the residence of Mrs. P. Pa
lacio, Sutter and Lafayette streets, to
day and 'asked to see some rooms she
had for rent.
She admitted him, and upon entering
the kitchen« he grabbed a purse and
dashed out of the house, Mrs. Palacio
in pursuit. The thief made his escape.
The purse contained $25 and a check
Mrs. C. Barrett of 521 North Ophir
street has reported to the police that
her house was robbed yesterday and $5
stolen. "The entrance was made through
ARNOLD AND CASWELL
TEAM IS NOW SPLIT
Divorce Court Severs Bonds of
Well Known Performers
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, April 20. — The fa
mous Arnold and Caswcll vaudeville
team, which originated the barrel
jumping act, is no more, for Arthur
Arnold has been-granted/an interlocu
tory decree of divorce from Maude
Arnold, who was Maude Caswell. Su
perior Judge Shields granted the di
vorce because he was convinced the
couple could no longer live happily to
gether and because Arnold proved his
wife had a violent and uncontrollable
temper. He said he thought his wife's
mind became unbalanced during her
fits of passion.
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The Greatest Exhibition of
ever made in the history of wearing apparel is being
made THIS WEEK— in this town — at your
store. The Cluett label always stands for air the
good qualities you expect to find in a shirt. The
assortment of colors and styles will never again this
season be so large as right now. $1.50 and more.
Every duett Shkt bears a CLUETT Übd
FREE EXCURSIONI Where to Dine
''"TJLhr i 1i 1 Old Louvre Cafe
I F:lli * auf J Powell nts. Host family Ro.«ort.
Concert Every Evening
BY STEAMBOAT ~~~
from San Francisco down the Bay flft)f"tfs&l fllff"
io UlltllN LArt
SUNNY UULWM V n ,|- »\u25a0•\u25a0
. \u25a0 . - • ;• San Francisco's Leading- Ri-staurant,
MPT ABU lllTrA MARKET AND EDDY STHEETS.
P 11% I II EM Mil Ih II Luuoljpon. Dlnnrr. Aftpr Th»M»r .Music ty
LnVI UHEI IflHlLiU GERMAN HUSSAR ORCHESTRA.
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SUNDAY, APRIL 24 /. ~ _
to attend the seasons first sale of T|ie MAISON DfiRFF RFSTAJIRANT
Hisrh Class Residence Lots in/this ineillAKJUil VUIYGC I\C3l AUftAll 1
beautiful San Franeieco suburb. 151-157 ELLIS STREET
\u25a0' - CI&CE '' TPS^^l^ ETTf^i Takes freat pleasure in presenting to iti many
\u25a0 b\ EL EL I ivlVia I«3 patrons two well known soloists.
' I^?^- MISS M-DROIT and MRS. G. BUCKLEY
1009 MONADNOCK BLDG. . EVERY EVENING. v
. \u25a0: . ; San Francisco"' *" - Lunch 75c. Our old time French dinner at $1 i
Phone Douglas 3456./ . , to-gx^tartjr \u25a0 ftfdlid^to-Mi^ >
—————— ——in i — — —^— ionable in the city. Hotel in connection.
'Save Time and Trouble by? maison tortoni
TTCTXTrtViVTT J \ HOTEL AND REST ATO ANT,
ÜblJNlx LjAJjJj j Now In Its New Home, 362 Qeary St.
WAMT ATIQ ! '-MuMc by Italian Orchestra from 6to S p. m.
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PLANS MADE FOR
San Franciscans Are Promoting
Independent Company, to
/ Connect Mining Camps
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
QUINCr, April 20.— W. E.^Hills and
E. J. Matthews of San Francisco are
here promoting a company to build an
independent telephone line to connect
the various mining camps and" smaller
towns of this county. They are meet-
Ing with good success, according to
their statements. They propose to in
corporate for. $100,000. Work will be
gin on the line May 1.
WOMAN TO CONTEST
PETER L. LANE'S WILL
Claims Share of Estate as an
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, April 20— Cut off in
the. will of Peter tZ Lane, after she had
been led to believe she. was to fall
.heir to the old man's estate, Mary L.
YVoolfall has brought suit against the
heirs to break the will. She says she
was taken in as an adopted daughter by
Lane, and for 12 years took care of
him as such. In the will Lane left his
property to cousins, and gave Miss
Wpolfall but |5.
MAUD.ALLAN IS FIRST
GUEST IN NEW HOTEL
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Dancer Has Suite of 9 Rooms
in the Stockton
[Special Dispatch to The Call] -
STOCKTON, April 20.— Maud Allan
holds the distinction of being "The
Stockton's 1 ' /first guest. The famous
dancer arrived here from San Jose to
day, having -made the run in an auto
mobile. A suite of nine rooms was fitted
up for her special benefit and she was
taken to the new half million dollar ho
tel. Miss Allan appeared at the Yo
semite theater tonight.
SHIELDS BANDITS, IS
ARRESTED AS ACCESSORY
Saloon Keeper Must Answer to
[Special Ditpalch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, April 20.— Because he
is alleged to have afforded a hiding
place for the trio of bandits' recently
arrested here Harry Mitchell, a saloon
keeper, has been held to answer to the
superior court on the charge of being
an accessory to the crim^. The bandits
for a time eluded the officers by hi. ling
in . Mitchell's place and the officers
claim Mitchell knew it and purposely
threw them off the track.
GOOD ROADS MEN
TO NAME LEADER
State Association Will Meet in
San Francisco and Elect
-[Special Dispatch Io The Call]
STOCKTON, April 20.— Local good
roads officials are preparing to attend
the meeting* of the State Good Roads
association Friday in San Francisco
and a president will be elected to suc
ceed C. D. Daggett .of Pasadena, re
signed. M. F. Tarpey of Fresno and R.
C. Irvine of Sacramento have been sug
gested as probable successors to Dag
.'The local delegation will consist of
B. A. Towne of Lodi. S. P. Elliott of
Stockton and J. M. Eddy, secretary of
the association. The members of the
C. D. Daggett. Pasadena; M. F. Tarpey,
Fresno; R. C. IrTine. Sacramento; Gurin Me-
Nab. .San Francisco; Thomas Earley, Pasadena;
S. A. Battler, Lou Angeles: G. M. Cooley. San
Bernardino; S. P. Elliott. Stork ton: B. A.
Towne. Lodi: XT'; E. Luning. Red Bluff: J. M.
Eddy. Stockton: Xat Ellery. Sacramento; P. Ey
Hatch, Long Beach; P. J. Bererulge, Holly*
wood; Frank Miller, Riverside.
FALL RIVER MILLS, April 20.—
Melvin Haas, aged 18, dreamed last
night that his father was dead. J He
woke up this morning and. going to
the room of his father, found him dead
in bed. The two live in a cabin near
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS^
» _^ , ,
| Notable Deaths |
» — \u2666-
GENERAL S. O. FRENCH, FORMER CONFED-
ERATE— FiomIa. Fla.. April 20.— S. (5.
French, the oldest Uvinsr confederate general,
died here today, aged 93 years.
E. F. BISHOP. FORMER CONSTXI^-Calumet.
Mich., April 20.— Kdward F. Bishop, ased S3,
I* dead at his home at Dollar bay. He wan
United States consul under Clereland at
JOHN WATERS. LABOR OFFlClAL— Wilkes-
barre. Pa., April 20. — John Waters, presi-
dent of district No. 7. United Mine Workers
of America, was stricken with heart disease
while addressing a mass meeting nf miners
near Hazelton last night and died two hours
I Marriage Licenses |
•$» — . .j.
The following morria^* licenses were issued In
San Francisco WednesOaj. April 20, 1910:
BAUMGARDNER— AGUIERE— Harry E. Banm-
tardner, 21. H23 Derlsadero gt.. and Made-
line V. Agulrre, IS, 1403 Derisadero st.
BKSIO— DADDE— Gtovannl Beslo, 26 r and Al-
bina Dadde, IS. both of Kenwood. Cal.
DICKSON— SPAUIJMNG— Walter Dickson. 35,
and Annie M. Spauldinjr. 35, both of 1337 Val-
EDM.NO- KUSCHE— KarI Edlinp. 3l\ 712 Bat-
tery st.. and Pauline Kusche, 31, 3927 Twen-
FERRETTI— LECPA— Nicholas Ferretti. 2«.
17S1 (Jreen St., and Lucia Lerda, 20, 1457
FRICK— O'BRIEN— AdoIf J. F. Frick, .TO. and
Rose O'Brien, 2«. both of 411 Eddy st.
FUNCK— DEES— William J. Fnnek. 27, and
Cora E. Dees, 23. both of Milton. Cal.
HUSTED— LlZKR— William H. Husted. 3fi. ami
Marparet E. Llaer. 35, both of 1074 Twelfth
LYNCH— TABER— John Lynch. 22, and Maud
E. Taber, 23. both of 445 O"Farrell st.
MAXWELL— SMITH— Frank E. Maxwell. 21. j
753 Fourteenth st., and Winnie I~ Smith, IS,
113 Bartlett ut.
MARESCA— MOROSCO— SaITatore. Maresca. 24.
Brooklyn. N. V., and Rosalia Morose©, -20, 959
OLIVER— FISHER— Joseph A. Oliver. 2.~.. 5t
Bernice St., and Annie M. Fisher, 18, 49 Ber-
SEELEY— JONES— Herbert A. Seller. 26. and
Bertha M. Jones, 23, both of Los Angeles.
SMALLWOOD— NECKER— David C. Smallwood,
55. Hurdland, Mo., and Dana B. Necker, 45,
72 Devisadero ft.
WINFIELD— SCHMECHEL— Albert V. WinfleM,
22. 30 Sycamore aye.. and Emma L.
Sehmechel, 26. Geneseo. 111.
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mail
will not be inserted. They must be banded In at
either of the publication offices and be indorsed
with the name and residence of persons author-
ized to have the same published. Notice re-
stricted simply to the announcement of the event
are published once in this column free of charge.
GREENBLAT— In this city. April 20 1910. to
the wife of I. L. Oreenblat. a son.'
CHICK-BENGELSDORFF— In Rockford. 111.
April 6. 1910. W. Drew Chick of San Fran-
cisco and Mabel Grace Bengelsdorff of Rock-
GOECKEN— HANSEX— In this city. April 17.
1910,. by the Rev. J. Fuendellns. Loul* Her-
mann Goecken and Nettie Sophie Hanseo.
both of San Francisco.
B<x>ne, Arthur 20 Lewis. Mfver 43
Chester. Henry . . 75 Marks. Mary .1
Dont. Estelle X 4O Murphy. Johnnie 21
E«ran. Michael ...60 Rlley. Catherine L..
Fitzgerald. Annie. .. 40 Reiner. Alex SO
Gregorlnsen, Caro- Striven. Edward .2*
line 43 Thalern. William .. —
Haberlln. Daniel J.. 31 Tljrhe. Mrs. M. 8... Si
Healey; Comfort G. 71 Trosper. Mrs. E 73
Helms. Barbara... — j Watson, Thomas 5... "tj
Holtzer. Bertha . . 70 (Weckertshelnier, F... 75
Jessen. Henry M 71
BOONE— In this city. April 20. 1910. Arthur,
beloved son of Minnie Boone and brother of
Bertram and Edna Boone, a native of Mis-
souri, aged 20 years.
Remains at the parlors of J. c. O'Connor
& Co.. 770 Turk Rtreet near Franklin, until
1 p. m. today (Thursday). Interment Pacific
CHESTER— In this city, April 19, 1910 at his
; late residence. 1C Beaver street. Henry Ches-
ter, beloved husband of the late Eliza Ches-
ter, a native of London. Eng.. aged 75 year*
9 months and 25 days. A member of Yerba
Buena lodge No. 15. I. O. 0. -F.: Wilder
encampment No. 23. I. O. o; F.. and Yerbk
Buena lodge No. 14. A. O. U. W.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
tbe funeral services today (Thursflaj) at 1-io
o'clock p. m.. at Trinity M. E. church Six-
teenth and Market streets. Interment Mount
Olivet cemetery, by electric funeral car from
Thirteenth and West Mission streets Please
DENT— In Berkeley. Cal.. April 19. 1910. Es-
telle Kelley Dent, beloved wife of Stalin*
P. Dent, daughter of the late Mrs. Seraph A
Re ley. and sister of tbe late Captain L.
Kelley. a native of Oakland. Cal., ased 40
years ( months and 13 days.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral services today (Thursday). April
21 1910. at 10 o'clock a. m.. from her late
residence. 303S Fulton street between \»hbv
avenue and Prince street. Berkeley. Cremation
EOAN— In this city. April 20. 1910. Michael
beloved brother of William E*an a native
of Philadelphia. a«ed 60 years. - " '
Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains at
the parlors of J. J. Crowly & Co.. 6f»2 Valencia
street between Seventeenth and Eighteenth
FITZGERALD— In this city. April 19 mo .1
the Relief Home for Aged and Inflrm ?n? na *'
™r! * D " * ° f «sed 40
GREGORINSEN— In this city. April 20 1910
Caroline, dearly beloved wife of G ow Gr£
ofinsen devoted mother of Harry JonathlS
M°4 P * TwT P S' C«C «P uln P'ter Jonns":
Mrs. P. Turner and James Johnsno. a native
da* OrW * X> * ged 45 ynn ° months "*M
m »i»K-n d t* rl ,T beloT « d Mn of Jpho and
Elizabeth HaberllD, and idoliaed brother of
M«i vm M "- Ko ? crt p ««k<» «n«I Mrs.
Edward Mills, a native of San Francisco
Cal.. «Ed 31 y>ar» and 2 months. (N 9 w York
and Albany papers please copy.) -
A Non-Sectarian M
Arrangements can b* tnad<* in city offlee H
. ADDISON HEAD.BU»G . ' 5
Vo*t Street and Grant Avenn*. \u25a0
CHARGE FRAUD BY ,
Investors Complain of Beinj; De*
ceived After Paying Big
Fees for Entries
[Speciat Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, April 20.— Two more
investors in the fraudulent timber lo
cations in Mendocino swore to com
plaints today against G. A. Winchester,
former Harbor Master C. L. Blake an.l
Fred Raymond, the timber l<x - ater.s
who are now under arrest.
The two recent complainants are J.
F. Braun and Frank Ehrhardt, who
charge that they were induced to pay a
big**ee only to ascertain that th* lan. ls
they were supposed to buy were not
open to entry.
"Winchester and Raymond are unable
to furnish bail, while Blake, who is fcp
lieved to be only s* tool, is out on hia
own recognizance. The cases will b<»
taken up by the grand jury next week.
CHICO TO VOTE FOR
CHICO. April 20. — The board of ci:>
trustees has set May 21 the date for
holding the election for voting bonds
in the sum of $150,000 for the erection «
of a city hall, completing the system .%
of sewers and adding equipment to the
One fond heart Is broken and tender tears «m
Your death Is a tokea that i;<xi rales over
Your spirit rudely taken from the ones you
loved so well.
In heaven will awaken aad tbere with anjeu
Friends and acquaintance* are r»spe^tfnl!»
luvlfed to attend the funeral today «Tlv:r*-
day). at 8:30 a. m., fr->m his late residence.
326 Duncan street near Church, thence to St.
Paul's church, where a solemn requUia hiri
mass will be celebrated for the repose of hit
soul, commencing at !> a. -m. laterment Huly
HEALEY— In this city April 20. 1910. Com-
fort G.. beloved husband of Marr G. Healey.
and father of Lanren E-, Al!*Tt M.. Doris an<t
Warren C. Healey, Mrs. Jimn Hollctt. Mr».
Charles Paise and the late Mrs. John M.
Inglis, a native of Nova Scotia, a«e<l 71
years 9 months and 20 days.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
HELMS — In this city, April 20. m«. Barton
Mary. Infant daughter of Fred J.anrl Emma
Hel*D Helms, a native of San Francisco.
HOLTZER— In this city. April 20. 191f». Bertha
Holtzer, dearly beloved mother of Mrs. Bcrtht
David, and grandmother of Mrs. E. R. Pat-
terson and Henry David, a native of Ger-
many, aged 70 years.
Friends and acquaintances are rmipertfnll.r
invited to attend the funeral servleen tomor-
row (Friday). April 22, at 1:40 oVtook p. m..
at the chapel of U. P. Petersen. 1.T4-" P«-
vlsadcro street between O'Farrell and E!lis.
Cremation Odd Fellows' cemetery.
JESSEN— In Alameda. Cal.. April IS. 1310.
Henry M., dearly beloved hnsband of Margaror
Jessen. and devoted father of El«Ie and th»
late Henrietta Jessen. Mm. c. Nelson. Mrs.
A. Vglon and Fred Lankenan. a native of
Holsteln. Germany, aged 71 years 9 month*
and 16 days. A member of Yerba Buena lorts 1 *
No. 17SS. K. of 11.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfnlt^
Invited to attend the funeral todar fTtiur;-
day>. April 21. at 1:30 p. m.. from th»- rh.ap.-l
of Monahan A Co.. 2359 Mission street betw^pn
Nineteenth and Twentieth. Interment Mounr
Olivet cemetery, by carriage.
LEWIS— In Los Angeles. April 17. 1910, Mi>r-.
loving father of R. Gordon. Vivian R. an.!
Gladys A. Lewis, dearly beloved son «t
Emanuel L. and the late Pauline Lewis, hp
loved stepson of Theresa Lewis, and lovirs
brother of Mrs. H. Olcoricb. Mrs. S. M.
Cooper. Harnr E.. Benjamin E. and Jeanettf
Lewis, a native of Louisville. Ky.. aged 4^
ye»r« 6 month* and X days.
Friends and acquaintance!* are respectfunrj
\u25a0 Invited to attend th» funeral services toiri^Tl
(Thursday*. April 21. 1910. at l:S0 oVlork
p. m., at the chapel of N. Gray & Co.. 21J»;
Geary street, corner of Devisadero. Interment
Hills of Eternity cemetery, by eWtric funerat
car. leaving Thirteenth and West Mission
streets at 2:45 o'clock.
MARKS— In this city. April 20. I9lf>. Marr
Josephine Marks, daughter of Edmund anii
Rebecca Rock Marks, a native of San Fran
Friends are respectfully invited to atfprxl
the fnnerai Saturday, April 23. into, at }i : :?rt
• o'clock a. m.. from her late residence. »;•>
Devlsadero street, then<^? to H'.ly Cr»«s <-hnr.-h.
where a requiem Uieh mass will be cHr>-
brated for the repose of her soul, rr.ni- >
menclng at 10 o'clock. Interment Holy Crro.s
cemetery, by electric funeral car from Mlssiwi
and Thirteenth streets.
MURPHY— In Silver City. N. M.. April I*. OtOi
Johnnie, dearly beloved son of the lat« Davi.l
and Agnes Murphy, loving brother of tho late
Margaret Murphy, beloved grandson of Mm.
Annie Taylor, and beloved nephew of Mary
and Thomas Green. Mrs. J. Mclntyre anil tie
late Margaret Green, a native of San Kran-
elsco. aged 21 years and 14 days.
Notice of funeral In Friday morning paper-.
REINER— In this city. April 19 1910. A!ex
Reiner, a native of Austria, aged SO ye*r».
Remains at the parlors of Snhr & Wieboidt.
13.85 Valencia street near Twenty -flfth.
RILET— In this city. April 20. 1910. Catherine
L., dearly beloved wife nf James A. Rilej.
loving mother of John Layton Riler. helove-1 '
sister of Martin F. Gallagher. William J.
Layton. Mrs. J. J. McCarthy and Mrs. John
N. Hnrley. and Idolised n:ee» of John Lay-
ton, a native of San Francisco. A member
of Carmel Institute No. 2. Y. L. I.
Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains at
her late residence. 202* Bryant street near
SCRIVEN— In this city. April 19. imn. Edwsft.
dearly beloved brother of Mrs. Edward Saann-
han and the late Thomas J. Scrivan. a nati»»
of Ballingeay, County Cork. Ireland, aged 2S
The funeral will tske place today (Thnr=
day). April 21. 1910. from tbe funeral i*r-
lors of O'Shanghne*sy. La*»weil fc C*. 504-
•>o."> Valencia street, at 9:15 a. m.. taence ;•
St. PsiuTs church, where a requiem hi^i m.i--«
' win be celebrated for the repooe of his soul.
commencing at 9:30 a. m. ; Interment Holy
Cross cemetery by carriage.
THALERN— In this city. April 19. 1910, WU
Ham Thalern. a native of Germany.
Friends and acquaintances are resp#e.tfu!!r
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow <Ktf-
day), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from King Si-
mon's hall. Ftllmore street near Sutter. wt-
der the auspices of Presidio lodge No. 334.
F. &. A. il. Interment Eternal Horn* ceme-
TIGHE— In Elmhurst. Cal. April 19, 1910. Mr*.
Mary Ellen Tlghe. beloved wife of the laf«
Patrick Tlghe. mother of J. Rowley and tbe \
late F.dward and David Tlghe. and irranil-J
mother of George and Thomas Rowley amf^
Mrs. J. Pretti. a native of Ireland, ajs't
81 years 10 months and 25 d»ys. r j
TROSPER— In Cazadero. Cat.. April 20. 191.\
Mrs. Elizabeth Troaper. wife of the lat»
Thomas Trosper, and mother of A. L. Tmsper.
F. D. Trooper and E. E. Trosper. a natii>
of Missouri, aged 73 years ft months and JS
WATSON— In this city. April IS. 1910. Tbomn
S.. dearly beloved son of James B. and Ma;?
Watson, and lovins brother of Mrs. C. LeaT»r
of Los Angeles, and George T.. James B-.
John R. and the late Charles Watson, a native
of England, aged 3C years. (Salt Lake. I'tae.
and Los Angeles. Cal.. papers please eop.r.)"
Friend* and acquaintances are respee'fuU.7
Invited to> attend the funeral today (Thurs-
day), at 10 a. m.. from his late residence. 223
Gates street (Bernal heights). Interment t>-
prera Lawn cemetery, by carriage. ,
WECKERTSHEIMER— In this city. April C".
U»10, Frederick Weekertshelmer, "a native of
Lahr. Baden. Germany, aged 75 yearn 9
months and & day*, a metnher of Golden t^?
lodge No. 63. Knights of Pythias. . _
Notlc» of funeral hereafter. Reniain.4 «rTBt
new funeral chapel of Char'.es 11. J. TrutSJt.
1919 Mission street between Fifteenth . and
INDEPENDENT OF THE TRUST
1 WILL FCTOiISH s *fs
REARSE. TWO CARRIAGES, EMBALBIIii
SHROUD: AND' CLOIB COVERED CASK^
JULIUS S. GODEAU-
Mala offices— 2l23 Bn*h at.', ff«t 2899. as 4 4
1305 rranklte «t~. ar. ITtX Oakland, phon* Oa* p
Braache* <05 Montgomery rr.. PT>- Tea?. 338*,
aad 527 Senth rlxMroa at. Lo> Angtlo >^
juua AaTmlaao aad CarrUi** tar Bis*