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In the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys
TRAMP BURGLARS
CAUGHT ASLEEP
Couple Who Shot C. W. Mapes
After Robbing His Home
Captured by Trailers
FISSOX, Aug:. 3. — The two hoboes who
yesterday Fliot and seriously wounded
C. W. Maprs, c well known farmer of
Big canyon, wlio captured them after
j.h<?y -had robbed his home and was
.marching them to this place, were
vaught thi* morning 1 on the McCloud
iba-1 near the e<-ene of their crime.
. Tliey were discovered asleep, in the
brush -r' r ;t tree by Lester and Harry
;I>oney, ;»ii«*nced trailers, who cov
ered the; with revolvers and forced
th<m to surrender. They had one gun
and plenty of ammunition and were
prepared to make a stand, but were
caught napping.
Thry v»r* > taken to Redding and
lodged \ jail. The younger one. aged
aboAJt J! .far*, gives the name of Harry
Smith. i"i:<* elder man is 23 years old
a.n<j is a I'ole, but refuses to disclose
his name. !!<• exonerate* Smith from
the shooting, Eaylng that he alone is to
blame. They are frdm Seattle and Port
land, respectively.
' Mapes has a chance of recovery, the
'bullet that' entered his mouth having
ringed downward and lodged in the
neck, not in the brain, as was at first
believed. Xhe other ball entered his
eide, but has been removed. After be
ing shot twice Mapes rose on his elbow
end fired two shots at the fleeing ho
boes, when his revolver stuck and he
.could shoot no more. Sisson was great
ly'excited all night, while 200 men beat
.the, bushes in the vicinity, hoping to
capture the men.
CONTRACT MADE FOR
> BRIDGE ACROSS RIVER
Work Will Be Rushed on Rail-
way and Public Structure
ISpecial Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO. Aug. 3. — Sacramento
and. -Yolo counties and the Northern
Electric and Vallejo and Northern
companies entered into a contract to
day for the construction of a joint
railroad and public highway bridge
ecrors the Sacramento river to cosl
$380,400.
The counties agree to pay J3.60.000
<of the. total, Sacramento shouldering
1106,666 and Yolo $53,333 of that
amount. J" •* \u25a0\u25a0'•-:v": v"
The application of the Northern elec
tric for a franchise and also a permit
to build the bridge, together with the
contract with the counties, have been
delayed repeatedly in the last year.
JC6w x the entire matter is settled and
/work will go forward as fast as pos
sible on the concrete and steel struc
ture.
iMINER DROPS DEAD ON
TRAIL NEAR SHASTA
J^pbert Small's. Body Found by
Fellow Workman
[Special Dispatch to The C/.//1
'. : SHASTA. Aug. 3. — Robert Small, one
of the. best known miners and pros
pectors in northern California, was
Ipund dead this atternoon by his part
ireiv.-Carl RusselL Small was lying
about .75 yards from the cabin and on a
trill leading to this place.
\u25a0 Russell and Small ate breakfast to
ifether 'and later Russell started for
town, telling Small to follow. The
cabin is three miles from this place.
\u25a0Russell waited for his partner in
town, but became impatient and started
back. ..It is believed heart disease
caused Small's sudden death. He was
60 -years of age.
PORTERVILLE LEADS IN
;t • GROWTH IN TULARE
Registration Shows Increase of
.. . . 208 Over 1908 g
[Specie/ Dispatch io The Call]
PORTERVILLE, Aug. 3. — Porterville
leads, all* sections of Tulare county in
relative increase in registrations over
two years ago. According to figures
which have just been completed by the
county clerk "Porterville's increase of
voters totals 208, with Exeter second,
•with 74.
Increase in this city is more than
that of Visalia, Lindsay, Exeter and
Oroßi combined.
Dinuba was the only incorporated
city in Tulare county to show a loss,
the registrations being 15 less than
two years ago. —
NORTHERN ELECTRIC RUNS
CARS, DESPITE^STRIKE
Company Threatens to Employ
. Nonunion Labor
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO. Aug. 3. — Although
operators employed on four substations
of the Northern electric railway be
tween this city and Marysville have
walked out on a strike for higher
wages, the company ran its cars on
schedule time today. The strike was
called upon the refusal of the company
to accede to the demandiTof the elec
tricians and linemen for higher wages,
shorter hours and recognition of the
union- The officials of the Northern
electric declare they will run the line
•with nonunion men.
ACCUSED MULE THIEVES
V. ARE HELD FOR TRIAL
ISpecrtil Dispatch to The Call]
'' PORTERVILL.E.*Aug. 3. — John Wal
la6e and Pete Martin, arrested 10 days
ago. foe having stolen from the Pioneer
-'land company mules to the value of
$1-750. had their preliminary hearing in
Judge Clack's court this afternoon. V.
D." -Knupp. manager of the Pioneer
ra^nch, and J. E Curd, the ranch fore
man,' testified to the loss of the mules,
and.' E. A. Simmons, the Bakersfield
liveryman, testified to having purchased
the animals from Martin and Wallace.
Both were held to answer to the su
perior" court.
QUARRELING COUPLE
WANTED FOR FORGERY
Man and Woman .Arrested .in
' Seattle Fugitives From Justice
SEATTLE. Aug. . .3.— -A .man and
woman quarreling violently In a lodg
ing house In the southern part of town
veeterday were arrested by a police
man and at the station the prisoners.
who gave the names of Mr. /and, Mrs;
John Brown, were identified at once at
Harry Brown and Margaret Young, for
whom the Sacramento police have of
fered a reward of $500 .each, the charge
against them being forgery. The woman
is s*!d to have served a term in- prison
in Boise. Ida. ,
ODD AGREEMENT
COMES TO LIGHT
Lawsuit Reveals Alleged Com
promise on Salary Between
Health, Officers
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON, Aug. 3.— A suit brought
by Attorney Tom Louttit for Mrs.
Margaret D. Harkness, wife of the late
Dr. George S. Harkness, brings to light
a peculiar agreement said to have been
entered into between the late physician
and City Health Officer Dr. S. W. R.
Langdon. Mrs. Harkness is suing for
5200 alleged to be due her as the ad
ministratrix of her husband's estate.
Langdon a^nd Harkness In 1908 con
tended for the appointment of city
health officer. Four councilmen voted
for Ilarknes-s and three for Langdon.
one member having be<m ill. The city
attorney ruled that five votes were
necessary for appointment.
Finally Harkness assumed charge as
health officer and started to perform
that official's duties. Langrdon alleged
that no successor had been elected and
he therefore continued in that capacity.
For a while the city had two health
officers. When pay time came % City
Auditor Sievers refused to pay the sal
ary, as he was in no position to state
which official was the genuine health
officer. —
This brought the case before the
superior court, and while it was before
that tribunal a compromise was effect
ed, the suit having been the outcome of
the agreement.
It is alleged in the complaint that
Doctor Langdon agreed to pay Doctor
Harkness $100 down and |50 per
month as a compromise.
Mrs. Harkness alleges all sums due
were paid up to September 1. 1909, but
that J2OO for the remaining four
months of the term has not been paid.
L. P. FARMER IS DEAD
AT HOME IN TUDOR
Prominent Sutter County Dem
ocrat Passes Away
[Special Dispatch io The Call]
TUB A CITY, Aug. 3.— L. P. Farmer,
one of the best known democrats in
this section of the valley, is dead at
his home at Tudor after a protracted
illness. He was active in the antl-
Jebris fight years ago. and was assist
ant manager of the anti-debris asso
ciation at the time the trouble was at
its height. He had served as super
visor and as county chairman of the
democrats and was prominent In state
conventions of the party.
THREE INJURED WHEN
AUTO LEAVES GRADE
Captain Greenwall Rolls 50 Feet
Down" Mountain
REDDING. Augr. 3. — An automobile
driven by Mayor George H. Gronwoldt,
who had as passengers Captain Green
wall. Rlley Smith and W. R. Hall fit
Toledo, Ore., went over the grade four
miles below Redding today.
Captain Greenwali. who rolled 50. feet
down the mountain side, suffered inter
nal Injuries and cuts about face and
body, which will prove serious on ac
count of his age.
Mayor Gronwoldt was unharmed and
the others suffered only slight injuries.
EIGHTIETH LOCAL NOTARY
PUBLIC IS APPOINTED
Governor Names C. TV Stanley
to Succeed Himself
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, Aug. 3.— The eight
ieth notary public for San Francisco,
the full number allowed by law, was
appointed today by Governor Gillett
when he named Charles T. Stanley to
succeed himself. It is interesting that
while only 80 can be named in San
Francisco, Los Angeles has 1,680, 10
new ones having been named by. the
CONDUCTOR GROUND
TO' DEATH UNDER CAR
Misses Hold While Attempting
to Board Trolley
[Special Dizpalch lo The Call]
CHICO, Aug. 3. — C. D. Hudson, a
conductor employed by the Northern
electric- company, was killed today at
noon while atempting to board a rap
idly moving car at Mulberry street.. He
missed his, hold and was thrown under
the car. His body was badly mangled.
Hudson's home was In Sacramento.
He was riot married.
FARMER IS KILLED
UNDER LOAD OF HAY
Wagon Overturns and Victim Is
Smothered to Death
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
RIO VISTA, Aug. 3. — Ole Hansen, a
prominent farmer of the Denverton
district about eight mfles west of here,
was killed under a load of hay today.
He was riding with a hired hand on
the top of the loade.l wagon when -it
overturned. \u0084He was smothered to
death. The hired. man escaped unhurt,
but Hansen was dead when taken out.
HORSE KICKS BOY AND
BREAKS BOTH HIS LEGS
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
PORTERVILLE. Aug. 3.— While play
ing in his father's barn on their ra*nch
half amile cast of this city, Robert,
10 year old son of. A. J. d'Artnay, was
kicked twice. by a vicious horse and" as
a consequence the. lad suffered a frac
ture of each leg.
| Stockton Brevities
[Special Ditpaich, io The Cull]
STXPEEVISORS AWARD •CONTRACTS—Stock
ton, Aug. 3. — The • board of ; supervisors has
awarded F. E. c Mclntlre the contract \_ for in
stalling culverts on the Linden road <on his
bid of - $1.553.v-»'.W; J. O'Brien secured the
contract for- installing McMillan flooring oa
two bridges on . the Cherokee lane.- ' J.-'J.
Werd'* proposal to grade the West Side road
for 22 cents a cnblc yard was accepted.' The
contract for *bullding culverts aloDg • < the
Waterloo road " was i awarded *F. • E. , Mclntlre
uu bis bid ot $0,937.53. ,
ANNE HANNAN'S WILL IN PROBATE— The
will of the. late Aune Hannan has beenad
tnittf-d to probate and Joseph P. .Hannan. and
Marie Z. Hannan naiurd as r executor > and
psecntrls, respectively, to Berve Without bonds.
The estate. N valuMat $10.000. '-Robert ln
-lls has \u25a0 lxvn appointed administrator of the
. of El!ra»>^tli D. Hale, his bond baring
been fixed at * 1 -°M-*"y* 3j yte»fgNoWlmW!B!ai
Aulomobile. 'owners may haye 'money
to. burn., but .judging from the'" odor
it'-nv"** >«.more or ; less. tainted.' '
THE^SAK FR^CISCO CALli^'m
OFFICERS ELECTED
BY WAR VETERANS
. W. Kay of Sacramento Is
Elected Department Com*
mander at Encampment
SACRAMENTO, Aug. 3.— The seventh
annual encampment of the United Span
ish War. Veterans^department of Cali
fornia, cairie' to an end today with the
election of officers and the selection of
San^Diego as the next camping ground.
Thenew^ officers are:
8. W. 'Kay. • Sacramento, 'department . com
raandfr; W.: H. Copping, Lou Angeles, «*nlor
rice 'commander; B. A. Forstercr. Berkeley,
junior Tjcp; rommander: 11. F. Habcr, Oatlivnd,
department Inspector; 11. B. Spea«, B*eramf>nto,
department Judge advocate; Dr.- Z. T.. Malltby,
Pasadena, department *tnseon; A. 'W*. . MctVola
nie. V*llejo, department: chaplain.
Tho- live members of the' council of
administration appointed by the new
deputy commander were:
Colonel A. W*. Bradbury, Sacramento: Majnr
C. E. Haven, fianta rtosa; C. K. Connolly. SJc
ramen'to; O. A. Paulson, Oakland, and E. F.
Connor, Vallejo.
The three members elected were J. "\V.
Weaver, Sausalito; F. A. Spence, Berke
ley, and A. A. Zallr.sky,; San Francisco.
Commander Kay appointed Adjutant
J. Alexander of Sacramento department
adjutant and Dr. G. Parker Dillon .of
Sacramento to the position of^depart
ment quartermaster.
DEATH STALKS AFTER
MOURNER AT FUNERAL
Wife Dies When J. M. Kalck
Goes to Mother's Grave
'STOCKTONVAug. 3.— J. M. Kalck Jr.
of Berkeley arrived in this city yester
day to attend the funeral o'l his mother,
Mrs. Rebecca Kalck, and shortly after
received .word that his wife, who had
been ill for some time, had taken a
sudden change for the s worse. The
message, requested him to hasten home.
Just 15 minutes after he received it an
other message was sent, stating that
\u25a0he had died. .
Y. M. I. OFFICIAL MAKES
ADDRESS AT VALLEJO
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
VALLEJO, Aug. 3. — Attorney. L. E.
Mahan of Eureka, grand supreme presi
dent of the Young Men's Institute, paid
an official visit to Vallejo council lost
night and delivered an address on the
future of the order. On Sunday an ex
cursion will be run from this city to
Stockton, where the state convention is
to be held, and it is expected that 250
members and their ladies will make the
trip.
FRIENDS OF MISSING
MAN FEAR FOUL PLAY
[Special Dispatch lo The Call]
STOCKTON, Aug. 3.— Friends of V.
Embree of this city fear he has met
with foul play. He disappeared last
Thursday and had between $300 and
$400 in his possession. Embree was 28
of age, nearly 6 feet in height, of
sandy complexion and wore a sandy
mustache.
The better the excuse the shorter the
curtain lecture.
G h lid re n Cry For
\u25a0 Letters from Prominent Druggists
H| r " -i addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Bipl'iil (?!YTf7P9'N^ ' S.J. Brlgg8& Co ? of ProTidence, R. 1., say: "We hare sold Fletcher's
I»«fl£ f' ! l^yfcAJfUiiiiitijJj ' Castoria in our three Btoresrfor the past twenty years and consider it
R|S| IiJT '\u25a0\u25a0'",- jggggsggn-j-rrT \u25a0 one of the best preparations on thenjarket" ••" ',
HM- E. W. Stucky, of Indianapolis, Ind., says: 1 'To say that we hare recom-
Efll lij! [^ JftJfc^l^H PK mended and sold your Castoria for years Is the best endorsement we can •
|j§H || i [wPVaEllsillll P° BBiw y give any preparation. It la surely full of zaerit and worthy of
R^l fij | \u25a0 ' [ ' ' i I, J Henry R. Gray, of Montreal, Que. t says: "I would say that your Cas-
mM I i A^J°^°u n. PER ENT - tor l a for children ia in large demand and that it gives general satisfaction.
B(I' ! B \ cimH 81 *0 11^ 8 "' Not beln S a secret nostrum many medical men order it when circum-
\u25a0lP uSuSS^^S stances indicate the use of such a preparaUon." _
H§*B| j-—— wunswuitoem w# G# Marshall, of Cleveland, Ohio, says: "We have found your Castoria
IfiffiHwi IS^STlWlS^ffnßfflW t0 te not only one of the best sellers In the medlcln» market, but a
jßljll Jf - preparation that gives almost universal satisfaction; In fact we cannot
ifgl;: PromofcsDigestionJOiecrfur ha^ had > complaint from UI ° r our CUBtomere **>
K"r \u25a0' 1 1 - riPS'Jfinrt ft"sf Cnnfaincnoirtifr ,^^V6 used it. . ' .-...".\u25a0_\u25a0 .*-\u25a0 •> '. • .' — ..-- .\u25a0> \u25a0
BsNl \u25a0 Opiuni.Morphin£ norMiQEfaL Owens & Minor Drug Co., of Richmond. Va., says: "It is with pleasure
Ep|f|: NOT NARCOTIC. i that we lend our endorsement to Castoria, a preparation of proven
Hrai '||ji ;: ' i merit. During our long experience in the drug business we have had
Rffioi|j;' IliapeefOid.DrJS&Sinniam \ ' abundant occasion to note the popularity of the genuine Fletcher's Cas-
Bffl|;ij! : 'BmpkinSttA" | torla^ which we unhesitatingly recommend." ; I.
ffiip i' \u25a0I • ikMtMs- \ Brannen A Anthony of Atlanta, Ga., say: "No doubt if we were called
\u25a0IP '§• ' J p^^* ' upon to state positively what medicine we had sold for the greatest length
' nI|S %' \u25a0.• ws£SaieSiJk+ of time, the greatest number of bottles sold, and the most satisfactory
W, q|si preparation to us and also to the customer, we feel that we; could safely
B|^||; m^fitS%mr. I and conscientiously say Fletcher's Castoria." . ->.
reirt;^: Aptrfect Remedy for C(7nsfip^
K|i :^ WorrasjConvnlsionsJeyErisfr GENUINE CAS LORI A ALWAYS
ppi nessandLossoFSLEEß '/7 geara the Signature of
B^^S-Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought
y Exact copy of wrap^. In Use For Over 30 Years.
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LIBRARIANS WILL
CONVENE IN STATE
American Association Selects
California as Scene for the
Next Convention
[Special Ditpaich to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, Aug. 3.— State . , Li
brarian^; J. L. GilHs announced today
that California has been selected by the
American library association officials
for the next national gathering".
San Francisco, Los. Angeles and Del
Monte' have been mentioned as the like
ly cities for the 1911 convention.
Morftsthan 1,000 librarians from every
state _ in" the union attend the national
meetingrs and they will come to tills
state next year. The acceptance of the
invitation from California conies after
Denver and cities In the Pacific norths
west had made a Btruffgrle to get it.
GUNBOAT BENNINGTON
MAY GO TO JUNK HEAP
'Board of' Inquiry Appointed to
S urvey Warship
VALLEJO. Aug. 3. — To determine
whether the gunboat Bennington. now
an,obselete type, shall be repaired and.
recommissioned 6r ; sold, a naval board
of inquiry has been appointed consist
ing of Captains Benjamin F. Tappen and
Oscar W. 1 Koester and Naval Construct
or Thomas F. Ruhm. The Bennington
has been- out of commission slnoe the
explosion in San Diego harbor, July,
1905. ' , \u25a0\u25a0
It is believed 'that the present survey
will result in a recommendation for th«
sale of the vessel. "
The collier Piomethus, towing the
disabled Chattanooga, and accompanied
by the cruiser Cleveland, is nearing
San Francisco from Honolulu/ The Pro
methus and Chattanooga will probably
go direct to Bremerton naval yard,
where the Chattanooga has been or
dered for a general overhauling.
The Cleveland will go out of com
mission at Mare island. '
INVENTOR OF SMOKELESS
POWDER IS BLOWN UP
Otis Greer Killer Near Klamath
Falls by Explosive
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore.. Aug. 3. —
While grinding in a coffee mill a
smokeless powder of his own invenr
tion, the stuff exploded, fatally injur
ing Otis Greer, a farmer living near
this place. '
The coffee mill was blown Into" bits,
the most of the pieces entering Greer's
body. He died in great agony* several
hours later.
. Greer came to Oregon from Santa
Ana, Cal. :\u25a0 . _..
BOY FATALLY BURNED
AT MATCH FACTORY
S V* . * \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 .
CHICO, Aug. 3. — Alman Curtis, aged
14a was fatally burned this morning at
the Diamond match -factory. The boy
placed a', stick of phosphorus .in ,his
pocket, which caught fire. - Charles ; E.
"Walker and J. L. Goldman, who at
tempted tor;- put -'out-., the flames which,
enveloped, the lad, were seriously
burned. > v -
GREGORY FUMES IN
SMELTER HEARING
Attorney Engaged to Assist
County Official in Selby
Case r Resigns Task ;•'..
VALLEJO. Aug. 3.— After being in
the- courts for the past six years ttio
case of th'a, county of Solano against
the -Selby smelter and , lead company
took :a sensational- ; turn \u25a0 before'. the
board of supervisors 1 yesterday after
noon.
The action- was commenced •, to se
cure an injunction against, the com
pany, restraining them; from permit
ting 1 the | smalter '."fumes ". to rru n the
crops \u25a0 and ; kill : the "stock of the rtneh
ens Jiving nearby. '
' Aft^r a long and hard fought- trial
in the superior' court fo this county, a
permanent, injunction was granted
against* the . defendant, corporation.
This#\vas four years .- ago. T. 1 T. C.
Gregory was district attorney at the
ti.'oe, and when he, was succeeded by
Joseph M. Raines, the ; supervisors em
ployed the; former official to.assist the
new one. H. E. Houghton.: the/ San
Francisco attorney,: was; also in "the
case for, the county," having^been . re
tained by "the property owners near
th,e smelter,, who were being damaged.
.Following i, the, "decision against the
Selby: company, an "appeal was taken
to^tne i supreme court and this is still
pending. . : , - —
For many months the company has
been, running at full, blast and some
time ago thesupervisors instructed the
(district :' attorney to commence con
tempt proceedings to the end that the
smelter be 'forced to go out- of busi
ness. Gregory was employed as spe
cial counsel. He went east and noth
ing was done .with the case. Tester
day a number : of -Benicia people ap
peared before the grand jury and com
plained that Gregory had been negli
gent in having the nuisanre abated.
The complainants "then appeared be
fore the supervisors, the>. members of
the grand Jury being present in addi
tion to Gregory. •:*-. v^; ; ;v \u25a0;:/\u25a0\u25a0:
As a>esult a number of hot and bit
ter arguments, which 1 for a time threat
ened to get beyond the talking stage,
occurred between Gregory and James
Clyne, spokesman for the Benlcla peo
ple. The latter wanted the supervisors
to employ Houghton as additional spe
cial* counsel, but the motion was lost
by a tie vote of 2 to 2. .
Then it was proposed that the San
Francisco atorney be • officially re
tained by the board, with the under
standing that his compensation be paid
by those being damaged by the smel-
This motion Supervisor Glendon -of
Benicia would not 'countenance and
finally another bitter war of words
broke out between Foreman, J. S. Brown
of the grand jury on one side and
Gregory, on the other.
Gregory, white with, rage, confessed
that after the Injunction had. been
granted the company clotted down its
roasters for two weeks, but during
that time the Benicia people still com
plained that they were troubled and
annoyed by the fumes and poisonous
gases. He ; then threw up the case,
leaving the big action solely and wholly
in the hands of the, district attorney.
: The smelter company maintains that
it has cured the evil and that the pres
ent damage done ;is from the fumes
of the Union oil company. /
WIRELESS OFFICERS
INDICTED BY U. S.
Fraudulent Use of Mails and
Marketing of Worthless
Stock Charged
NEW YORK, Aug. 3.— Seven officers
of the United wireless telegraph com
pany, most of whom had previously
been arrested,, were indicted by a fed
eral^ grand "jury today on two * counts,
one charging, conspiracy to defraud by
the'use of • the' United States mails, the
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS
| % Notable Deaths |
\u2666— v '\u25a0' «—:« — : — — -\u2666• j
LUTDLEY SAMBOUSNE, CARTOONIST— Lon-
' .. don, •" Aug. 3.- -I.itidley Sambourne. chief car-
toonist of Punch, died todar after * lons iU-
ncss, aged 63. Sambourue's cartoons hate
been a proailncat feature ot Puncb for the last
decade. - :
W.- M. CROSS. SECREa'aRX 0? STATE IN
OKLAHOMA-OkUboma City. Atic S.— Secrr- .
tary of State WUllam M. Cross died here «t ,
:(I:SO this morclDZ of heart dls«aw. " !!«, wa» a
cnndi.iate. at yraterdaj's priionries for nomi-
nation -for state andlto* on the deujwratle
ticket, and I* g'Dfrally con«'edeC to hm won.
| Marriage Licenses % |
-\u2666_: — — ; -—- — -— \u2666
Tbt? followins marrlase ilcea»e» were Issued
In San Frsaclsco Wednesday. Ausmst 3. 1010:
FIU-INUHaST— VAN MUESSCHE— Joseph H.
FilllDshast,-54. 2590 Mission, street, and Ida
E. Van Drl«*sche, 52, UluTerstille.
HESS— L'l^BßlCH— Louis M. Hew. 24. 1417
Scott street, and Amelia E. Ulbrlch, 22, 1417
Scott street.
JEKLISON— GBASSER— CLarIe* M. JeUt*oo. 22.
247 A Fourteenth Btreet. *od Elizabeth D.
Grasser. 19. .70 Buchanan street.
McKINNOX— HEIMANN— Ernest L. McKlnnon.
33, and Charlotte Helmann, 35. both of San
Mateo.
McVEY— HOOD— Charles h. McVey. 27. Oak-
land, and Janet A. Hood, 2S. 82S Clayton
street.
SWANSOis— HULTBERG— Peter Swunson. 27,
and Tyra Hultberg. 25, both of 1631 Florida
street.
SWARTOUT— BRYDEN— OrvUIe F. Swartont.
38. and Kathcrine L. Bryden, 38, both of
Oakland.
WESTON— HALL— WiIIiam We*ton, 27. Vista
% Grande, and Annie Hall. 26. 2001 Broadway.
WINNER— McPHEIN— Herman H. Winner, 21.
and Mary A. McPheln. IS, both of 1900 Turk
street.
ZELICH— STEIN— Frank I* Zelieb, 21. AUmeda,
and El»ie Stein. 20. 5C9 Halght street.
! Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mall
will not be inserted. They must be handed in at
either of the publication offices and be indorsed
with the name and residence of persons author-
lied to have the same published. Notices re-
stricted simply to the announc«ment of the t^rat
are published once In this column free of charge.
BIRTHS
FLOCKTON— In this city. July 30. 1010. to the
wife of Berkeley C. Flockton (formerly Ethel
Northern), a daughter. -
SULLIVAN— In this city. July 17. 1910. to the
wife- of William H. SuUltsu (nee Williams).
a son. .
DEATHS
Cannon, Joseph. — IMcNamara. Mary ... 7»
Cosby Clifford H... 16| Milestone, William 0.31
Egjum, Jacob 0.;.. 83 Moore. Bertha 20
Farley. Mary 42 Moore, James —
Graham, Margaret A 7S Moriarty, John 31
Hague. Charles J.. . 32 O'lJrien, Ella F.....—
Hlckey, Ann 57 O'Connor, Ellen 1... ol
HoTet. Henry 11... 7«| O'Keefe. Edward G. -5
Hubbel. John fr» Packer. Jame» .. W
Jacobsen. John H.... 33 Perle. Emelle 6G
Lawson. Mathilda... — Uosemon.^ Joseph —
Lipman, Isidor 71 Swan. John F......26
Lngas. Gus. 25 Thompson, PhlUipene 68
Lough, Letitla-E...^— Wyllie. Janws 40
CANNON— In this city, August S, 1010. Joseph
Cannon, beloyed son of Mrs. J. Moynihan and
the late Bernard Cannon, and brother of Jonn
P.. W. H., Agnes and Frank Cannon, a na-
tlre of Santa Crua, Cal. (Santa Cna papers
please copy.)
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Fri-
day) at 9:15 a. m. from his late residence.
,1626 Florida street, thence to St. Peter's
church,- where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for tbe repose of his *oul. commen-
cing at 0:45 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cem-
etery. •
COSBY— In Berkeley. August 3, lfllO. Clifford
Hosklns. beloTed son of Hogan I>. and I»U
S. Cosby, and brother of Stanley "W. and Wil-
son B. Cosljy. a natlre of Chicago, 111., aged
16 years 3 'months and S days.
EGGTJM— In this city. August 2. 1010. Jacob
Olson, beloyed husband of the late Anna Ee-
gum, and devoted father of Mrs. Bertha Han-
son, Mrs. Annie Henderson, Mrs. Mary 'Rls-
don, Mrs. Senla Olson. Mrs. Una Muens and.
: Hans. Herman and Henry Eggum. .a native
\u25a0 of Norway, aged S3 years 7 months and 9 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited t<» attend the funeral today (Thurs-
day>. st 11 a. m.. from the, parlors of Suhr
& Wieboldt. 1335 Valencia street, near Twen-
ty-flf th. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery, by
11:30 a. m. tr,ain from Twenty-fifth and Va-
lenota streets. .
FARLEY— In this ctty. August 1. 1910. Mary.
dearly beloved wife of John F. Farley, a na-
tive ot Donegal. Ireland, aged 42 years.
The. funeral will take place today (Thurs-
day), at 0 o'clock a. m.. from her late resi-
dence. 2650 California street, thence to St.
Dominic's church, where a requiem mass will
be celebrated for the repose of her soul, com-
mencing at - 9:30 o'clock •• m. Interment
Holy Cross cemetery. Please omit flowers.
GRAHAM— In this city. August 2. 1910. Mar-
gafet Agnew Graham, loving mother of Ellza-
1 both M.. Thomas A.. George D.. Chalmers A.
and Frederick W. Graham and Mr«. J. H.
Sebafer. a native of Glasgow, Scotland. ag»d
78 years 2 months and 8 days.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral tomorrow (Friday), August 5, at
10:15 a. m.. from h<»r late residence. 24«
Cole street near .Fell. Interment Cypress
Lawn cem*t<"ry.' by special train from Third
•and Town«end streets at 11:30 a. :m.
HAGUE— In .Alameda. Cal., August 2. 1910,
Charles, John, beloved son of Captain C. J.
and the late Margaret Hague, and brother of
Mrs. 'Joseph Harvey, Mrs.. May Babr. Frank
and . Fred Hague, a native of San Francisco,
aged 32 years 7 months and 5 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral today (Thurs-
day). August 4, 1910. at 10 o'clock a. m..
from his late residence. 2060 Buena Vista
avenue.' Alameda. Interment Mountain View
cemetery. •
HICKEY— In this city, August 2. 1910. Ann.
relict of Cornelius C. Hlckey, and mother of
Thomas W. Hlckey, and sister of Mrs. Theo-
dore Trouln, a native of Ireland,, aged 57
yean. '.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral to^ny (Thursday), at 8:30 o'clock,
from her late ' residence. 374 Fair Oaks
street, thence to St. James church, comer 3 of/
Twenty-third "and Guerrero streets. , where a
requiem high mass will be celebrated for the
repose of her -son), commencing at 9 o'clock.
. Interment Holy' Cross cemetery, by carriage.
HOTET — Passed >away," in this city. August 1.
•'1910. Henry . R.. ile«rly 'beloved husband., of
Mary. Hovpt, a native of • Bremervoerde, < Ger-
many, ; aged 76 years 1 month and 15 days.
. A member of tbe Bremervoerde verein.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend > the fnneral today (Thurs-
- day), at 2 p. m.. from the parlors ot Suhr it
\u25a0 Wieboldt,; 13S5 ' Valencia street near Twenty-
. fifth. ' Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery, by
- electric funeral car from Twenty-eighth and
. Valencia . streets. \u25a0 , ,
HUBBEL— In this city, August 2. 1910. John.
. b<*!oved U husband of - - Barbara Hnbbel," and
f*th« of C.' Frank. J. Harvey and John K.
Hubbel. a native of Germany, aged W years
4 months and 21 days. : ~" . .
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to* attend the funeral tomorrow. (Fri-
day).- at 2 o'clock p. . m.. from the Odd Fel-
lows' ball. Seventh and Market streets, under
'- the \u25a0 auspice* of Golden Gate lodge No. 30. F.
! &: A: S M- ' Interment Woodlawn cemetery by
I ;" • electric , car ' from Thirteenth aad " West - MU-
J-.sloo streets. '. • '\u25a0':\u25a0- '. :
JACOBSEN— In this city. August 2. 1910. John
Henry; Jacobsen, dearly beluved husband of
: Halite Jacobsen. father of- Eveljn, Fred and
;\u25a0. '..Wilbur " Jaeobsen, and beloved son -of Mrs.
Metta Jacobsen. a: native of- Germany^ aged
!-. S3 years 11 months and 12 days.'..-
' LAWSON— In - this city. August 1, 1910. Ma-
thilda, dearly beloved mother, of. Charles H.,
i': William C. and Arthur' A. Lawsoa.. and sister
- l :of S. J. Olson.-a native of Cbrlstlanla, Nor-
'ii way.- :'\u25a0".-\u25a0 J- -.• \u25a0 - • >. : "',- " . - - -.- .
• Friends, are, respectfnllr invited to attend
! the | f unrral tomorrow : (Friday), at 10 o'clock
".a. in., at the chapel of Crate. Cocbran& Co.,
; 11(59 ' Valencia street near Twenty-third. - In-
; terment . C.vpress '.; Lawn cemetery. •by funeral
\u0084:; car : from ; Valencia - and . Twenty -eighth . streets.
LIPMAN— In' this city.- August 2. -1910. ; Isldor
•; •; Llpman: • beloved : husband otJ BerLhe c Lipman r
I " * and ; father ' of * Mrs. : Paul • Blum. . Jean I.lpman
i and the ; late Blanche • Zussman, \u25a0a \u25a0 native of
other chargfingconsptracy in devfgtng a
scheme *to .induce; investors- to buy
worthless stocks. • Those indicted are
President Christopher Columbus "Wil
son.-Vice President Samuel' Bogar. Sec.
retary "W. ...W. ; Tompkins, Fiscal Agent
George H. Parker. General Manager C.
C. . Galbralth. Treasurer W. A. Dlbolt
and Francis X. Butler, counsel and di
rector of the company.
All except Parker were arraigned be
fore Judge Hough in the Utaited States
district court and pleaded not guilty.
Parker is. understood to be. on the way
here, from Seattle to surrender himself.
President Wilson was held in $25,000
bail, Tompkins and Bogar in $10,000
each and the others in $5,000 each.- On
the first charge all were paroled for one
week and on the second they were
given two days in which to find ball.
The company, has outstanding $20.
000.000 worth. of common and preferred
stock. The indictments give a long
list of statements about this stock .sent
out by the management which the. in
dictment charged were wholly false.
i Pljalsbours. Franco, a^rd 71 jcars 1 moutU .
and 9 days.
Friend.* and acquslnfaacca sre rcsprctfnllr
invited to attend the fuacral tomorrow tKri-
i day), at 9:45 t/clock a. m.. fvom ' his lat«
residence. 13l> Fifth avoou** l>etw-«»n Callf-">rpi:»
and LaSe streets. Interment Eternal Home
cemetery, by H;HO train from Third and Town-
send streets. At the earnest of tb«
familr, please omit tt»wer<. - < -:
LOGAS— In this city. Au;un 1. 1010. Cv?. be-
lotpil son of Maria I.ozas and tbe late At.it t \
j Loi;a<, and lovinj brother of Alfred Losas. a
native of KiuiauO, aged 25 years 3 mouth* and
28 d.ys.
FrlenJ.-i and soquaint.incc* are re^pectfollT
Invited to attead the funeral todar (Thurs-
day). August 4, at 11 a. m.. from :h» parlors
«>f 11. F. Subr &. Co., Z)l9 Minion kirevt be- )
tween Twentv-Sfth and Twenty-sixth. Inter-
ment Mount Olivet cemetery by 11:30 train
from Twenty-fifth and Vale ncia streets.
LOUCH— In this city. Angnst 3. 1910. Letltta
E., dearly beloved wife of James Loujh. lov-
ln» mother of Jamed C. and Atari" 1,. Lough,
sjxter of John F. and Edwin T. Curley, a na-
tive of San Francisco.
The funeral will take place tomorrow. (Fri-
day) at S:3u a. m. from her laic residence. »O4
Haight street, .thence to Sacred Heart church,
where a requiem mass will be celebrated for
the repose of her soul, commencing at 9
o clock a. m. j Interment private.
M « KAM ARA— In this city, August 3. 1910, Mary
McNamara. beloved mother of Mary McLaugn-
lln. Eli2abetU Bamber. Lillian Johnston and
Tnomas. John and Emma McNamara. a native
of England, aged 7» yean*. (Calaveras and
inoiumne papers please copy.)
Remains at her late residence. 901 Stanyao
street. Funeral notice hereafter.
MILESTONE— Entered into rest. In this city.
August 1. 1910, William 0.. dearly beloved
son of William H. and Henrietta L. Mile-
stone, and lovlnj brother of Arthur, james.
waiter. Emma and Emelyn Milestone, a na-
\n of w San Francisco. CaL. aged 31 year*
10 months and IS days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
!? T '{*** to a »*nd the funeral today (Thurs-
day), at 2 p. m.. from his late residence. 13
Piedmont street, between Masonic avenue and
Ashbury street, near Do Long avenue. Inter-
ment ivoodlawn cemetery, by carriage.
MOORE— In Oakland. August 2. 1910. Bertha
Moore, beloved wife of Edward Moore, ami
loving mothrr of Walter. Claude. Edna and
Harriet Moore, a native of British West In-
dies, aged 2» years 2 months and 28 days. - "'.
MOORE— In this city. Augnst 3. 1910. James,
dearly beloved son of Mary and Patrick Moore,
and brother of Michael. Joseph. Margaret and
Josle Moore. Mrs. E. W. Plass aad Mrs. E. J.
r°lr °Ii er « a native of Massachusetts
i * 7e7 e " vn * ral «" J n take place tomorrow (Fri- .
??7;' at B:3 ° \u25a0• m->m -> * ron » hls late residence.
- *l Gne "ero street near Twenty-stxtU. theno*
to St. Paul's church, where a high mass will
be celebrated for the repose of his soul, com-
mencing at 9:30 a. m. Interment (private)
Holy Cross, cemetery. Please omit flowers.
MORIARTY— | n Na pa . August 2. 1910. John,
dearly beloved husband of Kitty Morlarty (nee
• J. T) ; b * loTe< > son of the late Thomas and
Catherine Morlarty. and brother of. Patrick
and *the late Mary Ellen Morlarty, a native
°t »» n Francisco, aged 31 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Fri-
aay>. at 9 o'clock a. m., from the funeral
parlors of J. C. O'Connor & Co.. 770 Turk
street, thence to St. James eburcb. where a
rfqnlem high ma«s will be celebrated for the
jriKwe of bis soul, commencing at 9:45 a. m.
Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
°'?? 1 RII 2 rr — r " Berkeley, Cat.. August 2. 1910.
hlla t.. widow or the late J. J. O'Brien, be-
&S?£ffi3r&£g£ H * Alleea aad thft
-Friends are respectfully invited to attend
n»«* runeral from hor late residence. 2524
Cherry street, today i Thursday); August 4,
at 12 o'clock good. Interment private.
O'CONNOR— In Oakland. August S. 1910. .Ellen
T-.. beloved wife of the late John J. O'Connor
and loving mother of Frank. Margaret. Joseph.
Catherine. Nellie. Charles. Vlacent. Aloysiuj
and William O'Connor. Mrs. Minnie Feliz and
the late Patrick O'Connor, a native of Ire-
land, aged 61 years 4 months and 9 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Fri-
day). ,August 5. 1910. at 0 a. m.. from b«»r
late residence, 5579 Fremont street, thence to
St. CTolumbus chnrch. Sixtieth street and San
Pablo avenue, where a requiem high bum
will be celebrated for th.*- repose of her sou!,
commencing at 9:30 o'clock. Interment St.
Mary's cemetery.
O'KEEFE— In this city. August S, 1910. at his
tate residence. 002 Ranches street. Edward «..
beloved son of Mary and tbe late Timothy
O'Keefe. and loving brother of Mrs. A. O'Flan-
agan. Mrs. L. E. O'Nell and Frank O'Keefe,
a native of New York, aged 35 years. A
member of San Francisco aerie No. 3. F. O. E.
PACKER— In this city. August 1. 1910. James,
dearly beloved hnsband ot Lacy F. Packer,
and devoted father o£ James Packer Jr..
Charles 11., Elizabeth. Ge«.r;c and M. Louis::
Packer, a native of London. England, aged Cl
years 2 mouths and 16 days. «*_
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral today (Thurs-
day). August 4, at 2:30 p. m.. from his late
residence. 2032 U'Farrcll street between Scott
and Devisadero. Incineration Odd Fellows'
cemetery.
PERLE— At Angel Island. Auzttst 2. 1910.
Emelle Perle. dearly beloved wife of John
F Perle. and devoted mother of Otto P. an-I
Frederick Perle and Mrs. D. Shilling, a nativs-
of Beelltx. Germany, aged 66 years 6 month*
and 29 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the fnnerai Saturday. Au-
gust 6. at 11:15 o'clock a. m.. from her late- '
residence. Angel island. Boat leaves Pacific
street wharf at 10:15 o'clock a. m. Inter-,
ment Woodlawn cemetery, by electric funeral
car leaving the ferry at 1 o'clock p. m.
ROSEMON— In San Jose. Cal.. August 2. 19iof
Joseph, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Rosemon, ami brother of Edward Rosemon of !
San Francisco and Annie Kosemon. a native uf
San Francisco. Cal.
Funeral on arrival of 1 p. m. train from
San Jose at Holy Cross, today (Thursday*.
August 4. 1910. Funeral from the family
residence. 268 South Seventh street, thence t»>
St. Patrick's church. San Jose. Cal.. whera
mass will be said at 9 a. m.
SWAN— Lost, off Point Richmond. July 31. 19KJ.
John F.. beloved husband of Mary XI. Swan.
• and father of Charlotte and Roderick Swan,
loving son of George and Gnssie Swan, ami
brother of George. Albert. Edward. Walter
Rose and Ruby. Swan, a native of SanTran-
Cisco, aged 2« years 7 months and 6 days. A
member of Golden Gate barbor No. 40 A A
of M. M.. and P. of S. V. . • •
•Friends . and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend tbe funeral tomorrow ( Fri-
day), at 11 a. m.. from the funeral parlor*
of Samuel McFadden & Co., 1070 Halght -
street near Baker.
THOMPSON— In Oakland. Ausrnst I. 1910. at th«
King's DanghterV hospital. Phllllpene. beloved
wife of tbe late Alexander Thompson, and
loving mother of Gustave E. . Thompson and
j Mrs. Annie Hill and the late .Louis Thompson. \u25a0
a native of Germany. a«ed 63 years. A mem- \
ber ot San Francisco Frauen .Verein.
Friends and acquaintance* are respectfully'
Invited to - attend the funeral today (Thurs-
day). August 4. at 10 a. m.. from the chapel
of 11. F. Suhr Je Co.. 2319 Mission street be-
tween Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth. Inter
mmt private. .
SAN FRANCISCO FRAUEN VEREIN— To
the officers and members of tbe San Francisco
; Frauen Verein: You are hereby requested to
«»nemble at the chapel of H. F. Suhr St X!o..
2019 Mission street between Twenty-fifth and
Twenty-sixth, .today (Thursday). August 4,
»t u:M m. va.. to attend the funeral of our
dear sister, Mrs. Pbllllpene Thompson, de- '\u25a0
ceased. By order.
•MRS. ANNA DIEHL. Pres.
MRS. MARIE HALE. Sec.
WYLLIE— Jury 31. 1910, James Wytlle. be-
loved husband of Mary .Wyllie. - and father of
George J- and the late Evelyn L. Wyllie. *
' native, o*. Scotland, aged 40 yean. \u25a0
IHDEPEHDEHT OF THE TRUST
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