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CABLE CAR STOPS
SUDDENLY; 4 HURT
Severe Injuries Attend Old Time
Accident on California
Street Line
One woman and three men were s*e
ver*>ly injured in a streetcar accident
shortly after 6 o'clock last night at the
corner of Presidio avenue and Califor
nia street. An out bound California
street cable car, brought to a sudden
stop by an obstacle in the slot, caused
the accident. The crash and fiying
trlass nearly caused a panic among the
other passengers of the car.
Miss Gertrude Murry, who lives at
3400 Saeraim-nto street, was thrown
the entire length of the car and was
rendered unconscious. She was re
moved to her home.
A. Dahlbergr. a contractor, living at
5525 Sacramento street, who was seated
on the front of the car,- was thrown to
the pavement and received a severe
laceration of the scalp and several
body bruises. The injured man
wandered a block in a dazed condition
and then collapsed. He was taken to
the St. Francis hospital. E. Wilklns of
California street, who was riding
inside the car, was thrown forward
and struck his head, severely cutting
his face. His entire lower row of
t^eth were knocked out. E. H. Wilkins,
also of 3306 California street, and a
?on of the injured man, suffered a deep
cut on his right hand and a laceration
of the left knee.
The other passengers of the car es
caped with a severe shaking up. Sev
eral received minor cuts from the fly
ing glass.
SACRIFICES LIFE IN
EFFORT TO SAVE $100
Dragged From Burning Build-
ing Rushes in Again
NEW YORK. May 4. — Edward Heide,
senior member of the dyeing firm of
Kdward Heide & Co., was burned to
• ioath today because he rushed back to
save $100 in his coat, left behind in the
dye shop, from which he had been
dragged after an explosion had set the
place on fire.
READERS OF THE CALL WHEN WRITING FOR RATES OR RESERVATIONS AT THE RESORTS ADVERTISED WILL CONFER A FAVOR BY MENTIONING THE NAME OF THIS PAPER
BARTLEXT SPRINGS
ALWAYS OPEN FOR GTTEETS.
Hi:\LTII — rtartiett Water not<>d for its wonder-
ful cures of Ki'luer, Dvpr. Stomach and Blad-
rit-r troubles. Kbetimatism. etc. Also B*da.
Macnesia ud Aperient Springs on tbe grounds.
r.ATHS— H"t or <-..lii tiie<llrii):il Soda Magnesia
hatbs. with :!>e t^est of masseurs and tnas-
i»*u^«e^si »*u^«e^5 in mM^ihlhiwc. l-idips* and <rents' de-
(larjmeiits. I,ar;n> concrete swimniißK tank.
AMUSEMENTS— orchestra; dancing evenings;
dancing i earner. Croquet. Tennis. Bowling.
Shufflehosrd. K»d(!'e horses. Good trout fish-
ing end de<r liuuting.
RATES— HoteI or llot<>l cottages. $12 to $17.50
\x>r *v«v>k. House keeping Pottage*, part or
• \u25a0mnpletflv furnished. <->:ie to four nwms; camp-
ing privilejref. <;eueral merchandise store,
batcher sb« 7». '<**• plant, strain laundry, etc.
HOW" TO On — Routbera Pacific Co. route. Oak-
land Ferry. 7 3. m. daily, via Williams.
Ij>»vp Sacramento IO:O5 a. m. Beginning May
It». 7:45 ». tn.. Northwestern I'ar-in>. via
I'ieta and Lakenort. stag' 1 <"-r jm:i<i and sleaiuer
:iiTi>!-s Oear Lake. fjuick ftfrviot*. <lood
mads f.ir autonioliil* \\r. Hoplaod or Piota to
I.Hkoport. tlienco by Upper Lnke. <«as. oil,
«•»<•.. st S}>riii£«=.
Write G. A. OTTO. Manager Bartlett
Springs. Lake County, Ce.l., or 'ieneral Office
Rartlett Springs <"<>.. 7M Fourth Street. San
rrano!s«-o. Phone Kenrny 34. or Kearny 1802.
SODA BAY SPRINGS
LAKE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
Op«>n tbe Year Round — Absolute Cb&nge or Own-
ership and Management.
Tbe only springs on Clear lake. Altitude 1.350
feet. Invigorating, dry mountain oir. cool on
bot days. Tbe needed charge from a raoift sa-
line el! irate. No fogs, no mosq-jitos. Medicinal
mineral waters. Vegetables, dairy products and
fruit produced on reach. Boating, bathing, fish-
ltjg. bunting; launch excursions; anto and stage
excursions; tennis, croquet, etc.; dancing, es-
vellent muric: maansoib oaks and cedars: won-
derful geyser batb; uniform courtesy: good serv-
ice. Address
MANAGER. SODA BAY SPRINGS.
Kelseyville P. 0.. Lake county, Cal.. or Peck-
Ja<3*b Burean.
Round trip fare $0. by N. W. Pacific Ry.. San-
callto ferry. S. F. '
HOT SPRINGS
DEST LOCATION IX LAKE COUNTY
Natural hot baths for rheumatism, malaria,
fir. : wonderful i-tom«rb waters. GREATEST
ARSENIC BEAUTY BATH IK THE STATE,
swimming j...i.r1. BatUs free. Rites $10 to $14. ;
fAver* in connection. Information at Peck- :
Jndsh'B. 783 Market et.. or address W. E.
«'ATHIE. Selgler. Lake <-ounty. Cal. *_
LAKE COUNTY
Take a trfy to Lake county by Spiers' livery :
ralistoga stage line, over the best mountain road
in California. Grajid 6eencry. easy carriages,
isreful drivers. Round trip from San Francisco
!« Harbin. Spiers. Anderson and Mira Vista
Springs. $7. To Adams. Bonanza. Seigler's, Ho-
rterg's, Howard. Aetorg and Glenbrook. $3.
Stages leave CalUtoga 11:30 a. m.. Sundays ex-
•\u25a0epted. Half bour for lunch at Calistoga hotel.
Fifty pounds baggace allowed. Tickets on «ale at
'\u25a0 Southern Pacific office.
BATHING SUITS I
SWEATER COATS
HOSIERY UNDERWEAR
Buy from Headquarters.
Gantner & Mattern Co.
Cor. Grant ar. and Post st.
SPEND* YOUR VACATION
— AT —
HIGHLAND SPRINGS
THE QUEEN OF LAKE CO. RESORTS.
OPEN THE YEAB ROCND.
New and Strictly First Class Management.
W. H. MARSHAgX. PROP.
WILLIAMS AND BARTLETT
SPRINGS STAGE LINE
l^avef Williams dally on arrival of north bound
tr»in for Bartlett. Allen's, Hough's and Cook's
f prlng*. Dslly, except Sunday, for Wilbur springs,
Jones springs and Sulphur creek. Automobiles
will toe furnished on request. Sprinkled road
from Williams to Mountain House.
WILLIAM QL'IGLEY. Proprietor.
SARATOGA SPRINGS
Pifteen different mineral springs; positive cure
.or liver, kidney and stomach ; . rates from $10 to
*16 per week; furnished cottage* for taouw keep-
ing. - For In formation write to J." MARTENS.
**MP.. Bachelor l\ «».. Lake C*., CaL
THE smart set and a great many
who are not at all "smart" are
all excitement over the announce
ment over the announcement yesterday
of the engagement of Miss Helen Irwln
and rempleton Crocker.
It was not unexpected. Every one
has been prophesying it for months
and there have been announcements
which, we are assured, were premature,
as the engagement is of quite recent
date. But every one is so pleased, so
genuinely pleased, except, of course,
those designing parents who had plans
for their own pretty daughters,; or
perhaps personable sons to capture the
Crocker or the Irwin millions.
To speak with the general absence
of toadyism which prevails in the
smart set, they are both unspoiled, well
mannered — exceptionally so when one
considers their respective bank ac
counts — well educated young people
with great similarity of tastes.
Both are enthusiastic motorists, but
beyond that they are by no means to
be numbered among the sporting group,
for the violent forms of exercise have
little charm for them. Both are won
derfully well read and not merely in
the latest fiction. They have a fine
taste in common for first editions and
rare old volumes, Templeton Crocker
having an exceptionally good collec
tion. Fine old brocades, carvings, tap
estries and the delicately beautiful
from all lands will bring interest into
the life of the young millionaire and
his bride.
It is said, by the way, that their
wedding will not take place this sum
mer, as was expected, but will be one
of the events of next year.
This is rather a charitable act on
their part, as their friends will be
given ample time for that gossip and
speculation as to where, when and
what kind of a wedding may be ex
pected, where they will go on their
wedding journey, who will be in the
bridal party. . whether there can be
discovered little rifts within the lute,
what the engagement gifts are to be
and then the magnificence of the wed
ding gifts. It Is plain to be seen that
young Crocker and charming Miss
Irwin may accept with resignation their
conversational dissection for the dom
ing months.
The service set was well represented
at the wedding last evening of Miss
Constance Cummings and Ensign
George Joerns of the Yorktown. The
pretty ceremony took place at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
The Fuvorite Renort fur TourtMt
sight seers, health and pleasure seek-
ers. A greater variety of mineral waters
than in any other one place in the
world. The only natural mineral steam
and hammam bath, having great cura-
tive qualities. We guarantee to cure
rheumatism and stomach disorders. All
kinds of amusements, including dancing
every evening. Table unsurpassed. Cli-
mate perfect and scenery grandest in
the state. Good trout fishing and hunt-
ing. Rates 53 per day, $12 to $16 per
week. A new automobile and stage
road has been built from Healdsburg to
The Geysers, and on and after May 15
a stage line and auto stage will meet
all passengers at Healdsburg., Until the
loth, all travel will come as usual via
Cloverdale. C. C. Foss, the celebrated
stage driver, will handle the stage be-
tween Healdsburg and The Geysers.
For further particulars address B. H.
Curry, Proprietor, The Geysers, Cal.
MARK WEST SPRINGS
Sonoma county. Only 3>w hours from S. F. and
but 7 milps* staging. Meet trains of N. W. Pa-
cific at Fulton, both morniog and evening. Sausa-
lito ferry at 7:4."» a. m. or 3:IG p.m. dally. Round
trip only %-i.~Z>. Nine mineral springs; hot mineral
water baths; superb boating and pwlmmlng.
Famous wild grapevine arbors — one GO by 170
feet, covering hotel veranda and driveway. "The
prettiest place lv California." Is the verdict of
thousands. First class table and service. Ref-
erences: An.v guest of past 1." years. _All amuse-
ment*. Rate* $2 a day or $12 a week. Can now
accommodate 200. For ' further particulars call
at room T. 12. Pacific bldg.. phone Douglas 832, or
address J. F. MULGRKW, Fulton. Cal.
EL VERANO VILLA
A country resort for families. Open year round.
Good fishing and hunting: dancing pavilion; hot
mineral baths. Rate* $7 per week. For particulars
write to EL VEBANO VILLA. EL VERANO. Cal.
O«u Summer Home in TAMP MFFKFD
Mountains of Sonoma Co. Wll'lr IHLL.IYL.K
Equable c.iiainte. Loin $13 up. Cottages built. 1
SlfK) up. Depot, stores, theater, hotel, res-
tanrant, post, express, phone and telegraph
offices, churches and sawmill. Sausalito ferry.
M. C. SIKEKER. Camp Meeker, Sonoma county.
Under the Trees — SOXOMA GROVE
S. VV. 1\ R. R. to Verano; buses to station
and springs. ' Improvements, cottage, tents.
Dancing. Boiling. Bocce. STiooting gallery, etc.
Family resort. Uiivloli and chicken dinner. Sun-
day. 50c. Rates. $7 a week. MOSSO & BIAN-
CHIN I, Sonoma.
HOME FARM
One quarter tnile from Aqua Caliente. Will meet
guests. Bathing, tennis court, croquet. First
class table; splendid accommodations. Special
rates to families. Ideal spot of Sonoma valley.
Particulars, J. B. MORRIS, Aqua Caliente.
HOWARD SPRINGS !I||l
42 mineral springs. Litbia for kidneys, magne-
sia for stomach. Hot Iron baths. 110 deg., for
rheumatism. $10 week. MISS C. WHEELER.
450 Alcatraz ay., Oakland, Cal. Open April 25.
HOBERG'S RESORT
Hunting, fishing, bowling, swimming. Best of
meals and accommodations. Dally stage. ' Phone;
dancing pavilion. No consumptives. Rates $10 per
week. Round trip $9. MRS. M. HOBERG, Ho-
bcrg, via Middletown, Lake cocnty, Cal.
CLIFFORD'S SPRINGS
Elevation 3.500 feet. Trout stream, pine grore;
home cooking: fresh air cottages; amusements.
Rates $7 to $9 per week. Address MRS. E. C.
OIFFORD. Middlctown. Lake* county. Cal.
John Day's Qesort
25 miles from Uklab. Tbe Ideal spot to spend
your summer vacation. Large pine forests; sad-
dle horses. Rates $8 per week. For particulars
address MRS. J..L. DAY. Potter Valley. Cal.
HANDLEY'S
KCuUIV I Manager"
Orr's P. 0.. Mendoclno Co.. Cal., 23 miles west
r>{ I'kinh on south fork Big river. Sec page 103,
N\ W. P. Co. "Vacation Book," S. F. Address
047 Bash «t.~ " \u25a0
ITAHOE TAVERN I
'OPENS MAY ; 15TH * r <
THE SAN -FRANCISCO." CALL, THURSDAY, M AY 5, 1910;
THE SMART SET
E. Cummings, in Pine street. A bower
was formed of cherry blossoms and in
that picturesque setting the impressive
marriage service was read by Rev. Wil
liam Rader.
The wedding was unusually brilliant
for a home affair as the officers" wore
their full dress uniforms and there were
scores of handsome gowns at the re
ception. There were more than 100
friends present.
The bride was gowned in white satin
crrrbellished with duchesse lace. The
effective creation was fashioned with a
court train and a draped skirt adorned
with the rare lace. She wore a tulle
veil with a wreath of orange blossoms
and carried a shower bouquet of lilies
of the valley.' The two matrons of
honor, sisters of the bride, Mrs. Harry
Child and Mrs. George Alexander Knox,
wore their own wedding gowns of white
satin. They carried pink carnations.
The two bridesmaids, Miss Madeline
Cummings and Miss Louise Mooser, car
ried the same flowers with their gowns
ofi pink chiffon. Shelby Cummings act
ed as best man. \u25a0
One of the prettiest gowns at the
wedding was worn by Mrs. Cummings,
mother of the bride. ; The gown was
apricot satin elaboratelyembroidered in
roses -of the same sliade. There were
many pretty gowns at the reception,
noticeably those worn by Mrs. Earl
Cummings and her sister, Miss Amelia
Rivas, of Los Angeles. Mrs. Cummings'
gown was of lace, while Miss Rivas
wore blue satin embroidered!
Ensign Joerns and his bride" are away
on a honeymoon trip in the south, as
the young officer has a month's leave of
absence from the Yorktown at Mare
island.
The latest accounts from William P.
Burke and wife, who was Miss Gene
vieve Walker,, describe the delightful
time the couple are having in Dublin.
They are the gtiests of the Burke fam
ily in Ireland and are enjoying the hon
ors that are given to the distinguished
sons of Erin who return with their
brides. The Burke family is prominent
in Dublin and the visitors are receiving
any amount of social attention. There
is no mention yet of a probable date of
their return to this country. The friends
of the fascinating little bride are con
fidently expecting that she will be here
for the gayeties of next winter, but
she has not confirmed the expectation.
The rumor that Miss Margaret
Thompson's wedding would have to be
postponed on account of orders received
by Ensign Charles Conway Hartigan
was denied yesterday by the bride elect
i •
• DRY MARINE CLIMATE YOU ENJOY AT •
I SANTA |
I CATALINA!
! ISLAND j
I NO DAMPNESS. FINE FISHING. BEAT 7*
iTIFUL MOONLIGHT LAUNCH RIDES. EN- 1
I JOY THE CRYSTAL BATHING IN WATERS'
?OF? OF AVALON BAY. FOLDER AND FULL?
T INFORMATION. BANNING CO.. PACIFIC*
f ELECTRIC BLDG., LOS ANGELES, CAL. f
SKAGGS HOT SPRINGS
AWARDED FIRST PRIZE 1009
Nine miles from GeyserTllle, Sonoma Co. Two
trains daily. Fare $4.60 round trip, Including
stage. Natural bot mineral water at a tempera-
ture of 135 degrees, cures Rbeumatism, Kidney,
Llrer and Stomach troubles. Baths free to
Guests. Swimming. Hunting, Fishing. Llrery.
Tennis, etc. Flue Orchestra. Table unexcelled.
Rates $12 to $16 per week. Write for booklet
and reservations to PETER J. CURTIS. Skaggs,
Sonoma Co., Cal., or Peck-Jndah Co., 759 Market
street.
The well known "Home from Home," nestled
among the redwoods on the hillside, is NOW
OPEN.
Petrified Forest
FITE MILES FROM CALISTOGA on the Santa
\u25a0 Rosa road. One of the world's wonders. Here
, the eye is attracted and the mind is over- i
whelmed In a bewildering mass of giant trees;
1 trampled, to earth by the forcrs of early vol-
\u25a0 canlc Hction. and long since turned' to Rtone.
; Good automobile rimd. J. I." NELSON, Santa
. Rosa. R. F. D. No. 6.
AGUA CALIENTE SPRINGS
Nearest tiot sulphur springs to San Francisco
and bay cities; 'j Hours' ride. NO STAGING.
Swimming tank, tub, plunge and electric - light
baths. Cures stomach troubles, . rheumatism,
\u25a0 liver and kidnoy complaints. . Every accommo-
dation; reasonable rates. "Take N. W. P. Ry.
at Tlburon ferry at 8:20 a. m. and 4:40 p. m.
' Fare $1.10. Inquire at 759 Market st. or address
THEODOR RICHARDS; Aqua Caliente, Sonoma
county, Cal. • , .
HOTEL Cn All VET
' GLEN ELLEIN
Open yesr round; newly .' remodeled nnd . now
under management of J. Serres, formerly • of El
Verano; Bhort distance from all Aqua Cali-
ente springs. Write J. SERRES, Hotel ChauVet.
Glen Ellen. Cal. .'\u25a0-.;.\u25a0' ' • ' . . "
ELEDA HOT SPRINGS
No Staging.
Largest, Newest and Best of AH. '"\u25a0'
Hotel, baths and grounds electrically lighted
throughout. Hot and cold tub, plunge and shower
baths. Large concrete swimming tank, constantly
supplied with natural hot mineral water. Hot and
cold mineral water in every room. = Bus meets all
S. P. and. Northwestern Pacific R. R. trains at,
Aqua Caliente. Address , MORRIS LEVY, Aqua'
Caliente. Sonoma county, Cal. : >
OAKS HOTEL SJ
Open for business" April -15; new and; up to
date;: all home comforts; Verona station; bus
meets all trains; rates $8 per week; children un-
der age. half price. P. O. box 40A; phone Sub-
urban 101. B. FARRELL. proprietor. :
LAWRENCE VlLLA— Sonoma" family resort."'
Amusements. "Bus dally to Hot Springs. - $7 a
week.' HENRY PELLESSIER. P. O. box 80. V. i
EMBARCADERO HOTEL,
S Bus t<> tralus. Baths.l fishing. --hunting; $7 a
we«k. BEN MEYER. Prop.. Suelbyvllle. - •'.
SHELLVILLE HOTEL
Sportmeo's , Resort - 'Near Caliente Springs.
Rates reasonable. %t JOE K REUZER. Proprietor.' I
BISMARCK HOTEL, :
"\u25a0\u25a0'., • : - : , ;,. S ? NOMA - ;V> " c , .-' '\u25a0
' ' Meals tat all "hour*. • 'Rates. $1 "ppr day.' v \u25a0'\u25a0':
\u25a0„ ANTONIO -HAPPE: ;J
herself. \ The marriage "will take place ,
according: \u25a0to the original plan on the
first day of June.. The young officer has
been ordered to , the Yorktown, which
will remain at the navy yard at Mare
island for the ; present, so that the
change of the wedding date will not be
necessary. The friends of the young
couple were anxious over the" rumor
that seemed to canceFall the arrange
ments for the pretty ceremony in June,
but have been reassured that the wd
ding will - take place as it was an
nounced. Miss Thompson is the girest
of Colonel and Mrs. J. .W. Berjet at the
Benicia barracks, but will visit her
aunt, Mrs. E. B. Thomas, within the
next few' days. She will be the recipi
ent of- many social favors during her
brief stay in this city.
Mrs. James M. Wheeler, the attract
ive wife of : Captain Wheeler, enter
tained at one of the enjoyable bridge
parties of the week-at the Presidio for
a score of army matrons. Among those j
who played cards during the afternoon
were: . .. ••
Mrs. John Lumlecn Mrs. Tobin
Mrs. Joseph Gaston Mrs. A. V. Faulkner -
Mrs. -Charles Chubb - Mrs. W." A. Carleton
Mrs. J. P. O'Neill Mrs. John W. Moore
Mrs. T. B. Steele
• • *.
The dinner given last evening by
Lieutenant and .Mrs. Benjamin Wado
at their quarters at the Presidio was
a charming affair. The dinner, more
correctly, 'was given by Mrs. Wade to
the wives of the officers whoare ab
sent at the target practice, and those
who participated in the informal re
union were: ' - . \u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0". ,
Mrs. 'VVorthlngton Mose- Mrs. George Grimes
ley Mrs. Charles Chubb
Mrs. Ode Nichols Mrs. W. A. Carleton
Mrs. J. P. O'Neill Mrs. Dougherty
Miss Fanny Troope . .
Mrs. Harry Holbrook was hostess at
one of the informal teas of yesterday
at the Palace, and there were a score
of friends at the pretty affair.
Mrs. J. Parker Whitney has been
entertaining at a series of informal
luncheons at the Fairmona. She was a
hostess of yesterday. There were eight
on ten guests at the table, where the
decorations were pink roses. .
The hop that was to have been given
at the Officers' club, last evening was
postponed until next even
ing. ' The practice march' for the First
field artillery made the change In the
arrangements necessary.
Mrs. Eleanor Martin will leave for
Paso Robles this week for a brief stay.
I HOTSPRINGSU
Grandest and Most Act essifcle of All Resorts-
Only Half Hour's Ride in Auto Over Beauti-
ful Road — New Swimming Pond, Bath-
houses — "Waters Awarded First Prize
at St. Louis Exposition.
Natural hot sotla, sulphur, plunge and tub baths,
104 to 116 degrees, for rheumatism, malaria and
all stomach troubles. Iron and arsenic waters.
Altitude, 1,400 feet. Hunting/ fine fishing, bowl-
ing, tennis, croquet, dancing, pas. Expert mas-
p^urs. Round trip. $8. Rates. $12 to $16. baths
Included. Table unexcelled. Information at any
S. P. office or Peck-Judah Co., 789 Market st., or
Bryan's. . New train service; take flyer, 8 a, m.,
Third and Townsend. arriving at Springs 1 p. m.
H. H. McGOWAN, Prop., Paraiso* Springs, Mon-
terey Co., Cal. •
CAMP CURRY, Santa Cruz Mts.
Opens May 15. Rates SS to $10 per week, $30
to $35 for 4 weeks. Address Leonard H. Brown,
Palo Alto.
CAMP CURRY, Yosemite
Opens May 1. Address David A. Curry, Yo-
semite. Circulars of Curry Camp at railroad
onices and Pjeck-Judab Cabinets In leading
hotels. . '
KAWANA SULPHUR '.SPRINGS
Named by Luther Burbank.
Beautifully situated In the foothills of Taylor
mountain 2% miles from Santa Rosa. The wa-
ters of these springs are unsurpassed. A splen-
did rlew of Mount St. Helena and Sonoma valley.
Free from fog. Excellent table, fresb fruit and
vegetables. Headquarters for automobilists and !
traveling men. Springs under new management.
Stage meets all trains. For further particulars
write PRESTON & WINANS, managers, Kawana
Sulphur Springs. Sauta Rosa, Cal.
FORDE'S REST
Heart of Santa Cruz Mts., surrounded by two
beautiful trout streams; bathing; woods; a pic-
turesque place; $7 to $8 weekly; 2 Vb hours from
S. F. Round trip season tickets, $3.50.
W. C. FORDE, Ecclei. Cal.
MT. VIEW RANCH HOTEL
And cottages In the mountains near Santa Cms.
First class table, clubroom, dancing pavilion,
bowling, croquet. Rates $9 and $10. Carriage
fare $1.25 round trip. Send for booklet. MRS.
TONY PHILLIPS. Prop.. Santa Crua. Cal.
GLEN WOOD HOf E L
Among the redwoods of Santa Cruz' Mts.' On
the new short line, 2 hours from .S. F. Write
for circular. WM. MARTIN, Glenwood. Santa
Cruz county. Cal. . ;. v '
STAFFORD'S
Is the Place to Spend Your Vacation
Addttu W. S. Stafford, Manager, Soqgel, Santa Cruz Co.
EDGEMONT v
In the redwoods. On main road from San
Jose to Santa Cruz; 1.800 ft. elevation. An ideal
place for rest and recreation. Table abundantly
supplied with tbe luxuries of the country. Ad-
dress MRS. LOUISA N., SCOTT. Patchin. Cal.
WH IOW RANf H And the Wonderful
niLLUTT nrtlll/ll REDWOOD HEIGHTS
Delightfully located in'tbe redwoods, five miles
from Santa Cruz; spring, water; fruit; milk: ex-
cellent table; new bathhouse; daily mall. Tele-
phone Suburban 87.'' Free conveyance. $7 ' per
week. .,- MRS. M. J. CRANDELL, Santa Cruz.
PINELODGE
In the mountains,, only two miles' from Santa
Cruz. ..Bathing 1 , and boating, .mountain trails,
shady -{Troves, garden, modern hotel, cot-
tages.- bungalows and -tents, illustrated booklet
Xddress PINE LODGE.; Santa Cruz. Cal.
VICHY SPRINGS
• MENDOCINO COUNTY '\u25a0'\u25a0?.
..» Natural electric waters. -.Champagne baths and
famous Beauty Baths. Hunting., fishing. -\u25a0• .\u25a0: \u25a0\u25a0•
.\u25a0,-,\u25a0 ' J. A. REDEMEYER. Prop.
PI N FIN N Carniel-by-tlie-Sea
F 1 11 L 1 1111.- NEVERf CLOSES
For .particulars address; J. F. DEVENDORF,
Manager, Carmel-by-the-Sea, Monterey Co., Cal.'
RIVBRSiE>E
GLBN ELLEN— Furnished and: unfurnished * cot-
tages and \u25a0 tents ; ? beautifully I situated on Sonoma
creek: - fishing, bathing and hunting. Address
CYLV.FISHER. •:•/;:\u25a0\u25a0..••---.\u25a0-•••. -:*V .. : : ; -•-'.-.;...; ..-\u25a0.. y^.-.-^
- INVERNESS PERODBAU'S - •
- : Flne. : ,; French \u25a0: cuisino.',... Specialties: Mnssels,'
cliunsalii. bonlrlaisc, crabs farcis. '• Rooms. *.".-<
QUEEN TO RULE
ADMISSION DAY
"California" and v ! 4 Maids of
Honor to Take Leading Part
in the Celebration
The committee in charge of the Ad
mission Jay 1910 festival, to take" place
in San Francisco, Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, September. 8 . to^lO, have al
jready made a great deal, of progress.
.'The publicity;. committee has organ
ized. and ?desires the assistance of every
parlor in the state.
Each parlor. of the Sons and Daugh
ters has been requested to appoint a
publicity committee of three to fur
nish data' of what each' parlor is \loing
for the; festival. ,
The contest for the election of Cali
fornia,, the* queen of the festival, will
be ' opened Monday, May 9. The con
ditions are that . the queen must be a
Native Daughter of the Golden West
in good standing of one of, the parlors.
The candidate obtaining the highest
number of votes will be elected queen
and the 14 next following in highest
number of votes will be. her maids of
honor.
The voting will close at a date to be
announced later. The queen and her
maids" of honor, with a chaperon or
manager, will be given a 10 days* out
ing at a time and place to be. selected.
Tuesday, June 14, will be Bear Flag
day throughout - the " state: The com
mittee in charge of the festival has
decided that .on that day small bear
flags will- be placed on sale in every
town-'of "the state. It is the intention
to make this in the nature of a large
tag day. > \ .
SUIT AGAINST RAILWAY
SETTLED, SAYS CROSS
LOS ANGELES, May 4. — John Cross
ofthis. city, whose suit in the superior
court of Los Angeles county against
the directors of the-San Francisco. Val
lejo & Napa railroad for an accounting
was mentioned yesterday in connection
with receivership proceedings brought
against that company" in San Francisco,
said today that no such action was be
fore the court. Suit was brought by
Cross, but a settlement was effected and
it was dismissed.
Hotel Vendome
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Beautiful surroundings.
American plan, but upon
European plan basis as far
as table and service is con-
cerned.
H. W. LAKE, Manager
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
VALLEJO
The nearest resort to San Francisco; 5 miles
from Vallejo; enjoy a refreshing bath of sulphur
water; beautiful grounds; home vegetable garden;
I fresh milk and poultry; all knds of amusements;
telephone;' sl2 a week and up. including baths;
round trip from San Francisco to Vallejo, $1. In-
formation Peck-Judah. 780 Market st.
M. MADRID. Vallejo, Cal.
SOLID COMFORT HOME
1,900 feet altitude. No fog; climate delightful;
unsurpassed scenery; spring water; dance hall,
swimming (tank $8 per week. Stage
j meets train. SCHULER & SCHEBEN. Napa. Cal.
HO WELL MT., WOOD WORTH'S
On east side near the summit. Fine climate,
orchards, etc. Swlming tank, 32x71 feet. Resi-
dence 35 years; tenth year of summer resort.
Three or four days for answer by mall. \u25a0
WOQDWORTH & MULLER. St. Helena. Cal.
WILSON'S lISN
A home mountain place. 12 miles from Xapa.
Elevation 1,900 feet. Pure air and water. Own
milk, 'cream, fruit and vegetables. Phone and
gas. $8 to $12 per week. Folders. ARNO H.
WILSON. Atlas, Napa Co., or call Peck-Judab
Bureau, 789 Market st.
TOLAND HOUSE, Howel Mt.. near St. Helena-
Beautiful scenery: spring water; home cooking;
$6 per week;; THOS. McQUIE, St. Helena, Cal.
TENTS
HAMMOCKS, CAMP FURNITURE:, ETC.
At Factory Price*
W: A. PLIIMER MFG. CO.
Front and Pine St.i., San Franclaco
COMMERCIAL HOTEL
OLD , SWANTON' HOUSE, ' PESCADEKO. Six
peerless cottages for families.. 1% miles ;from
famous Pebble beach. . Excellent • fishing and
shooting; reasonable rates. . Home cooking a
specialty. JACK BOSHOFF, Proprietor.
MOTEL, BERTRAND;
' First class accommodations. Id ml spot for va-
cation. 'Fishing., bunting,' boating and swim-
ming. Beautiful drive to Bear valley. Special
rates to families. Apply JOSEPH \u25a0F. BER-
TRAND, Tocaloma.Marin. county, Cal.
HOTEL MADRONA
MILLi VALLEY :.]'
Under new management. First class service;
unexcelled cuisine. Telephone Main H3O, Mill
Valley. Cal. C. 'M. VAX PER GAW. Manager.
GAMP TAYLO& RESORT
First class hotel. ; ; tents, cottages^ and family
grounds; boating,* fishing and' swimming; family
rates.- For particulars A. BENENATO. Proprietor,
CASA MADRONA
SAUSALITO
First class board; select families; two blocks
from ••\u25a0 depot;- perfect marine- view; tents with
running water, electric " lights . and bath. -
deer;
LAKE ' TAHOE— Come in June for snowslides
and snowballing under a smiling sky.' No poison
oak : no j rattlesuakes. ,. Lake , and { stream fishing.
Apply ;•. to ; owner," Miss Katberlne Chandler, 113
Duncan. st.,- San: Francisco; _ phone Mission 3320.
FISHING
\u25a0 GOOD ; TROUT.! FISHING AT
' BOCA^OX THB'TRUCKEB V
\u25a0First class hotel accommodations;': reasonable
rates. I Address BOCA*. MILL CO, ; Botpi, ; Cal. -v '
SONS OF REVOLUTION
HONOR SAN FRANCISCAN
R. H. Sims Chosen Vice 'Presi
' dent General of Order
TOLEDO, 0., May 4.— With the elec
tion of 'the following officers, the an
nual convention of the National Society
of the Sons of the . American Revolu
tion closed last night:
President general, William Allen Marble of
New York.
Vice president general, R. H. Sims of San
Francisco. " >
Secretary general and registrar general, A.
Howard Clark of Washington.
Treasurer general, Jobn H. Burroughs of New
York.
: , Louisville. Ky.. and San Francisco are
both after the next convention
ANOTHER
NEW TRAIN
New Coast line flyer com-
mences its nightly flights be-
tween San Francisco and Los
Angeles May 8.
. Electric lighted standard sleep-
ing, buffet and dining cars.
SCHEDULE
Lv. San Francisco 8 .-00 p. m.
Ar. Los Angeles 9:30 a.m.
Lv. Los Angeles 8 :00 p. m.
Ar. San Francisco 9 :30 a. m.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
TICKET OFFICES
Flood Building, Market Street Ferry Depot,
Third and Tdwnserid Streets Depot,
Broadway and 13th Street, Oakland
MARCHAND'S
For years located In San Francisco, and for 8
yearn at Geary and Stockton, is now located In
Hayward. The same dinners, tbe tame service
as of old. A celebrated chef has been secured.
Garage attached. Gasoline and oils constantly
on hand. Anto for hire. <•>
EDDIE MARCHAND, Manager.
INVERNESS STABLES
AND
POINT REYES EMPORIUM
Finest turnouts of all descriptions, with thor-
oughly competent drivers. Rates very reason-
able. All kind of draying to all points. Bnlldlng
material of all kinds and general merchandise.
Campers, sportsmen and auto. parties supplied at
city prices. P. F. SCILACCI. Point Reyes station.
WOODRUFF HOTEL, La Honda
Beautifully located at junction of Woodruff
and La Honda creeks. Just completed 25 rooms.
Everything modern: camping privileges; auto
trade solicited. PERCY K. WEEKS, Woodslde
P. O.
HONOLULU££s
REDUCED BATE $110 (formerly $133).
This Is the season to visit the Islands. The
favorite S. S. Sierra (twin screw. 10,000 tons
displacement) makes trip In 5Vi-days. Round
trip tickets good for four months. Delightful
sea bathing, temperature 78 degrees. Most at-
tractive spot on entire round the world tour.
Volcano Kilauea now unusually active. Sailings
May 7, May 2S, June 18 and every 21 days.
Book now and secure the best berths. LINE TO
TAHITI AND NEW ZEALAND. S. S. Mariposa
sails May 21. June 20, etc. Tahiti and back,
first class, (125. New Zealand (Wellington),
round trip, $246.25.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
673 Market st. Telephone Kearny 1231.
SWEETBRIER LODGE
\u25a0 ."\u25a0 - ... \u25a0
Everything first class. Situated In the beauti-
ful Sacramento canyon near Castella. Excellent
view of Mount Shasta. Good fishing and hunt-
ing.' For rates and booklet write to H. W.
HOPPE, Castella, Cal.
HOTEL LA HONDA
Beautifully situated In the redwoods. New
acetylene gts. Good trout fishing. Long dia-
tance telephone. Send for booklet. MRS. L J.
.SEARS. La Honda. San Mateo county. Cal.
ACKER MAN'S, La Hon^a
Not entirely burned out: 2 cottages; meals
furnished: transient. MRS. M. ACKERMAN.
WILBUR
HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS
JOHN W. CUTHBERT. Wilbur Springs, Cal.
Information Peck-Judab, 759 Market st.
BERRYVALE INN
An ideal, homelike summer resort at the base of
Mt. Shasta. Address H. B. REAM, Sisson. CaL
RICHARDSON SPRINGS
One of the best in the state* for health and
pleasure. Ask your friends about them or ad-
dress LEE RICHARDSON, Cbtco, Cal.
CITY SUBSCRIBERS
Who desire The Call mailed to them at summer
resorts or other. out of town places will please
notify office, giving present address and length
of time desired sent to new address. On return-
ing iplease notify office, in order that "service by;
carrier may be promptly resumed.
PIE EATING HABIT OF
LOS ANGELES CHILDREN
nUnwholesome Diet Ruins* Tur-
mies of the Tots
LOS ANGELES, May 4.— That the pie
eating habit is ruining the stomachs
of the school children of Log Angeles ia
the report made by the school lunch
committee of the Civic association.
The committee admits it has failed
to induce pupils to give up pie as tbe
sole noonday lunch.
An effort will be made to circumvent
matters and diminish the trade of pie
venders by establishing more penny
kitchens in the poorer school districts.
Now Ready for Distribution
A BOOK OF FACTS
Telllne rrbere to go for your vaca-
tion and how to set there
Contains full Information concern-
ins the location* accommodatioun,
attractions and facilities of
CAMPING SITES. MINERAL
SPRINGS. MOUNTAIN RESORTS
RANCHES AND COUNTRY HOMKS.
WHERE BOARDERS ARE TAKEN
alone the lines of the
NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD
The Picturesque Redwood Road
Through 3larin. Sonoma, Lake.
Xendocino and llumholilt Counties'
Tells about hunting, fishing and
sports, with rates of board at vari-
ous places from $7 per week upward-
Can be obtained on request at Ticket
Offices, Ferry buildinir. Market
street, and room 986 (General Of-
fices) James Flood building, San
Francisco. ]
W. S. PALMER, J. J. GEARY
Gen. Mgr. G. P. & F. A.
Among the Pines
No consqmptiTea *Jfig Oc&S Ele7 »*i°° 2TO2*
Tinder New Ownership and Management
The most thoroughly equipped mountain resort
In the Sierras: large swimming pool; flue twut
fishing; bowling; tennis: billiard, pool tables;
lirery; *i mile from station: rates. $5 to $12 per
week. Booklet on request. Write or phone AL.
KL'IIX. Applejrate, Placer county. Cal.
"FOUNTAIN OF LIFE"
Jones Hot Sulphur Springs
Sore cure for rheumatism, malaria, poison oaU.
all skin and blood diseases. Rates %S to $12 per
week. Stage connects at Williams. Cal. Pampbler*
at Bryan's bureau. 14!» Montgomery st-. San
Francisco, or write to TILDEN JONES, Prop..
Sulphur Creek. Colusa county. Cal.
KLAMATH
HOT SPRINGS
Is the most noted flsbln?. huntin; and health
resort on the coast. Apply for folder to ED-
SON BROS.. Berwick. Si«klyon co.. Cal. or f»
PECK-JUDAH CO.. ISO Market st.. Saa Fran-
cisco. !
SISSON TAVERN
*i mile from Sisson. the outAttla? place for
hunters. Ushers, the ascent of Mount Shasta,
trip 22 lakes; fishing and hunting not excelled.
The tavern, under new management, opens a
year around resort, with table and accommoda-
tions the best. Games, danelng. rowing, swim*
mlng and mineral springs are some of the attrac-
tion* for gnests. QUINTUS B. BEBREST. Mgr..
Sisson. CaL
PIXETVOOD RETREAT
Resting place for a few adults. A mountain
farm. \i mile from depot. New cottages amou;;
the pines, with sleeplns porches, baths, etc.: ex-
cellent table; $10 to $14 week. No consumptiTew.
Folder. R. .F. WARHAM. Applegate. Placer
Co.. Cal.
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