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KENDALL INQUEST
SET FOR FRIDAY
Continuation of Famous Triple
Tragedy Investigation Is
Called for Santa Rosa
[Specie/ Dhpalch to The Cell]
SANTA ROSA. Aug. 22.-District At
torney Clarence F. I.e a has set next
Friday for the continuance of tbe in
quest into the cause of the death of
Knock and Eura Kendall, and their
be^lTH T* llt who are be
oene\ed to have been murdered on the
Stai-buck ranch, near Cazadero, by
Henry Yamagruchl. a Japanese; about
bunday, July 25. The inquest was be
gun at Cazad*-ro during the first week
of August after the bodies had been
A number of witnesses have been
summoned, hut only those necessary
to make a legal case against the
Japanese will be brought here. Mrs.
H. Strabuck. who said \ f ama&uchl
confessed to hrr that he had "fixed"
the Kendalls, will be a witness, as will
Deputy Sheriff Ernest Trosper of C_za
«lero. who has so materially assisted
In securing the evidence connecting the
Japanese with the -rase.
Justice of the Poace F. D. Trosper
*»f Cazadero and \V. A. Cockrill, a
hunter who discovered part of the re
mains on the ranch, will also hf among
t'io witnesses summoned. It is con
fidently believed that tlie coroner's
jury will return a verdict of triple mur
der committed l>y Yamaguehl. the
Japanese. Printed descriptions with a
rorvi likeness of the suspect have been
£«>nt to every sheriff, ohier of police,
marshal and constable in California;
and to every sheriffs office in Washing
ton. Oregon. Idaho, Nevada and Arizona.
Coroner Frank L. Blackburn was to
day appointed administrator of the es
tates of Enn-k and Thomas A. Kendall
in his official capacity as public ad
ministrator.
EADERS OF THE CALL WHEN WRITING FOR RATES OR RESERVATIONS AT THE RESORTS ADVERTISED WILL CONNER A FAVOR BY MENTIONING THE NAME OF THIS PAPER
GP.ANPEST AND MOST ACCESSIBLE
s Hot Springs "
ROUND TRIP REDUCED TO
$6.35 INCLUDING AUTO
Osiers «warded first prize at St. Louis Exposi-
tion; popular flopping place for auto parties;
ratura! bet «x!a a:i<i <-i:Jpliur please and tub
baths-; swirr.rsins: pool. Lc-ave Sd aad Tovnisend
8. re.. \u25a0; p. a. H. BL McGOWAN. Trop..
I"«raiso Sprinps. Monterey oounty, Cal.. «r Peck-
Jr.dsh Co.. or Bryan's. Auto meets afternoon
triir-s by eripolntmeTit.
SKAGQS BOT SPRINGS
AWARDED FIRST PRIZE 1909
Nine n llct Iroin GeysprTille. Sonoma. Co. Two
txsins <U!lj\ Fert S4.tiO round trip. Including
*isge. .Natural iiot . cilnera! water at a tempera-
ture of I;.", degrees, curt* Rbeutna tissa , Kidney,
IJrer end stomtcb troubles. Baths free,
\u25bawincminj;. Euutinp. Fishing, Llrerr. Tenai«,
*tc. Fine orchestra. Ttble unexcelled. Bates
$12 to $16 per week. Write for booklet and
re*erraticns to I'ETER J. CURTIS. Slcaggs.
Bonoma Co.. Cal.. or Peck-Judth Co.. 785 Market
ttreet. or Erraa'a. I*9 Montgomery rt.
DEER PARK SPRINGS
LAKE TAEO2 — Beautiful mountains, lakes,
ttreame icd forefita. Excellent FUbinj. Tennia..
Xo poisoc oak: no rattlpfnakes. Write or pbocs
fae o~ner, MISS KATHEBIXE CHAXDLBa.
Deer Park. Cai.
RUBICON PARK
Ltke Ts.hc*>'« popular resort now open. Hotel.
Fotxsf— l en<l tect«. Fine bathing beach. Launch**
tsi rowooktf. pood fishing, and saddle horse*,
t-.erial campfire rad teiephocs. Addre»« N. W.
CUTUBF.U'I'. ifuMoon P. 0.. Lake Tsboe. Cal.
SI Tfl\f ' C_ MONTE »IO
UL, L_ I O SONOMA COUNTY
Zbe weii known "Hcaic From Home." Hotel and
test£ ne*tled on bi'lsict- amors- tbe redwood* com-
c:«2(JJcg charming- j>a Jennie Tiew cf Basslan
riTer an! «arroii_il2C coautry. Booklet on «p-
F_c«tiop.
BYRON HOT SPRINGS
E<?neficial batns. Caaraiac rendezvous of Cali-
forcia's best jK-r>p!<». Splendid auto roads to the
i-jirings from fell directions. Garage. Address
Manager Bynn Hot Springs, any S. P. agt.. or
Peck-Judab Co., Sen Francisco, Los Angeles,
Portlacd or Seattle.
Hotel Carmel
Open the re-er rennd. Wholesomeness and
hon^i.ke torroun'ifngs. Modfrste rstes. Addrens
MRS. A. I>. SIGNOR Car_«l-by-the-Soa. or
PECK-JUDAH COMPAKY. 789 Market it.. S. F.
LA HONDA and PESCADERO
liuy j-our railroad ticket to Uedwootl City, » a.
_i. tr&'u Iroai Third asa Towmsend Bt_, Saa
Frandfcco. and San Jos«s connect with stages
Cirect. AiireM WALXEK -MGBT. BedwoAl
City. Cal.
HOTEL CALISTOGA
Now open under new management; bot eulphnt
tatfcs and swioniiiig plunge; near petrified forest;
Ftoppi—s place for eil Lake Co. tourists; dinin.
room opea on arrival of traina.
F. R. fcQL'IHES. Proprietor.
EL VERANO VILLA
A country resort for families. Open year roand.
Good fishing and bunting: dancing pavilion; hot
mineral bathe. Rates J7 per week. For particulars
write to EL VERAXO VIL_A. EL VEBANO. CaL
HOTEL MADRONA
MTU_t_ VALLEY
Tcder new n>i_ikgenjent. First' class serrlce;
csexcelled cuisisc. Telephone Main 930. Mill
Valley. Csl. C. VI. VAN DEB GAW. Manager.
LET CS ATTENI> TO THE BAOO-OE
PACIFIC TRANSFER COMPANY
4^ Ciay Street
Ftcnes— Suttrr ___ Home C 6134
. Office in Ferry Building
. — : . — — — — ——————— ___ _______________________ . \u25a0 , ; ' \u25a0 . - \u25a0 ; \u25a0
REACHES MOST OF THESE RESORTS
CORONER'S JURY
BLAMES FLAHERTY
Conductor of Northwestern Pa=
cific Held Responsible for
Death of W. B. Burton
An inquest was held yesterday at
the coroner's office on the body of W. B.
Burton, who died at St. Joseph's hos
pital as a result of Injuries received in
the collision between two trains of the
Northwestern Pacific railroad at lgna
cio. Burton lived at 2428 Milvia street,
Berkeley. The jury brought in a ver
dict to the effect that the collision was
due to the neglect and carelessness t)f
Conductor \V. F. . Flaherty. Flaherty
acknowledged that he was to -blame
and when the verdict was read he burst
into tears.
Wreck Victim Removed
[Speci-d Dhpaich to The Call]
PETALUMA, Aug. 22.— W. 11. Bach
elor, accountant for the Golden Eagle
milling company, who was badly in
jured in the wreck of the Northwestern
Pacific railroad August S, in which 12
persons lost their lives, has been re
moved to his home in this city from
the hospital to which he was taken
on the evening he was injured. Bach
elor is still very ill. but stood the trip
home.
The inquest over the remains of the
victims of the wreck lias been set for
this wp»k In .San Rafael.
Detective Powers and Doctor Ses
sions, railroad representatives, visited
the Petaluma families Sunday who lost
relatives in the disaster.
GERMAN LABORATORY IS
DESTROYED IN EXPLOSION
ESSEN. Germany. Aug. 22. — The
laboratory of the proving grounds of
the Krupps works here was blown up
by an explosion today and then de
stroyed by fire.
6-rac.— i-tf—Sr.-iftM ."yxtjici'xifi fc&_-jt-v>- ; t-C.w a •-»•••; f'i *"-" K^^"''^ !^ y ''^fefflr»yofflS_B__BW___ff^
„.. ______ '_ > - . . \
1 ' AMERICAN PLAN
j i \u25a0 \u25a0 — . — '
I -IoIUMMEp. rates, $3.50 per day and up-
| . '__! ' ward. Special weekly rates. First class .
1 in every respect. Our own water distilling
I and purifying plant insures pure water.
| House swept and cleaned by the vacuum "]
I . , system. Most equable climate in the world.
1 Golf, Tennis, Deep Sea and Bay Fishing,
I Bathing. Write or Telegraph (our expense)
1 for rates or rooms.
I *\u25a0 : Motor boats meet all passengers on arrival
1 of Pacific Coast S. S. Company steamers
! and brine them direct to the hotel,
I \u25a0 < - — ". - ' !! — ~~ — . .' - \u25a0 '. ' '
i 334 South Spring Street - - Los Angeles, California
WEBBER LAKE "
Qaeen of mountain lakes for fiy fiEhlng. Hotel
opens Jane 15 under new management by expe-
rienced men. Excellent table; automobile serrlce
dally; 2 hoars' ride. Express and telephone.
Beard floor tents, cottages, boating, riding, drlr-
Ing, antomoblllng; lodgeroom for games and
dancing. Trout fishing, late and brook; saddle
ponies. No dress affairs. Hound trip tickets at
reduced rates. Information Peck-Jndab and South-
ern Pacific Address Webber Lake Hotel. Uo-
bart Mills, or Stockton. CaL . v. • v
MARK WEST SPRINGS— Sonoma county. Only
3% hours from S. F. and but 7 miles' staging.
Meet trains of N. W. Pacific at Fulton, both
morning ard evening. Sausallto ferry at 7:45
A. M. or 3:15 P. H. dally. Round trip only
J3.75. Hot mineral water baths. "Tlie prettiest
place in California." is the verdict of thousands, j
Address J. P. MULGREW. Fulton. Cal. i
THE SAN FRA^CISGOr CALL, TUESDAY, AUGUST :23, 1910
EXTRA LEGISLATURE
SESSION ASSURED
Governor Qillett Will Probably
Call Body Today for Special
Tax Resolutions
SACRAMENTO, Aug. 22.— Unless
there is a decided change in Governor
Gillett's feelings in the next 24 hours
he will issue a call for an extra session
of the legislature some time tomorrow.
This session will be called for the pur
pose of adopting resolutions to be sub
mitted to the voters of the state at
the November election, by which the
state constitution may be amended so
that a special tax of 4 cents on each
$100 can be imposed for a period of five
years for exposition purposes alone.
This i.s' in furtherance of the plan of
bringing the Panama -Pacific interna
tional exposition to San Francisco and
will net about ?5, 000,000 to the fund.
Another resolution will provide for
the changing of the charter of San
Francisco, so that the municipality can
increase its bonded indebtedness and
raise |5, 000,000 for the fund.
ENTERTAINMENT TO
BENEFIT SYNAGOGUE
Menorah Club Plans Program
of Music and Sketch
The Menorah club and debating or
ganization of the Bush street syna
gogue will give an entertainment in
Golden Gate Commandery hall next
Sunday night for the benefit of the
synagogue. There will be a program
of music and a boarding school sketch,
entitled "The Troubles at the Sater
lees." In which Misses Gqldie E. Cohen,
Bertha Cohen. Blande Levey, Clara
Mayer, Ruth Solomon. Gertrude Leven
thal and Dr. Blanche Jj. Panborn will
take part. There will also be tableaux
portraying the "Seven Ages of Woman."
«*~ ' TT* A W~* _"~* IFV T\ f~*
o i r\ _. t \J? _x !-<*-?
Is the Place to Spend Your Vacation
Address W. S. STAFFOKD. Manager. Soquel,
Santa Cruz county. Cal. t
HOiVIE F?ARIVI
One-quarter mile from Aqua Caliente. Will meet
guests. Bathing, tennis court, croquet. First
clasß table; splendid accommodations. Special
rates to families. Ideal spot of Sonoma valley.
Particulars. J. R. MORRIS. Agna Caliente. :
QA!\ITAfPII7 Furniabed houses and nense-
— »f\li I n. w»V_y_f keeping rooms for season.
Get list from F."~ R. PAKKER REAL ESTAT_
AGENXY. 145 Pacific ay.. Santa Cruz. Cal.
RUEF FIGHTING TO
KEEP OUT OF JAIL
Another Batch of Technicalities
for Superior Judge Lawlor
Another hatch of technical reasons
evolved by Abe Kuef and his attorneys,
Thomas B. Dozier and George 'B. Keane,
why he should not be recommitted to
the county jail pending determination
of his appeal from conviction, were
presented yesterday to Judge Lawlor.
These reasons had no reference to
Rueifs alleged sickness, but were al
most exclusively concerned with section
1310 of the penal code.
. The court has no jurisdiction to
grant the motion to recommit him- to
the county jail, Ruef argues, because
he has appealed from judgment and the
appeal is now pending. The sole power,
authority and jurisdiction of the supe
rior court to send back to jail a de
fendant who has once been admitted
to bail is derived from section 1310, he
states, adding that this is not one of
the rases coming within the purview
of that section and that no condition
has arisen that would empower the
court to take any action in the prem
ises. The action of Judge Cabaniss In
admitting him to bail in the sum of
$250,000 is still operative, Ruef con
tends, and it is not within the power
of the superior court to revoke that
action of the judge.
In other words, as his attorney has
.previously said, Ruefs argument is
that he has a "vested right" in his
liberty pending determination of his
appeal which'" can not bfe. taken from
him. JUdge Lawlor did not pass on
the objections raised by Ruef. but di
rected that August 30 testimony of
physicians should be adduced regard
ing Ruefs condition of health. In the
meanwhile, the lawyers will submit
authorities and briefs on the legal
questions raised. .
&VSERVYIM HOTEL
GLEN ELLEN. Sonoma coanty. Cal. Entirely
surrounded by ferns, trees and Cowers.- ! Ideal
spot tor your summer raoatlon. Rates. $2 per
day. $8 to $10 per week. P. MONOHAN. Prop.
A. SILVAN RESORT
OPENED JTTLY Ist, 1810
Train— ur Headquarters.
Special Bunday Dinner for - Automobllists.
A. BIL V A, Proprietor, Becoto, Cal. . -
REGATTA WEEK. GOLF TOURNAMENT.
August 14 to 21. Rates $3 a day and upward.
»*-::•/:\u25a0 Secure your reservations now. ,
HOTEL POTTER
SANTA BARBARA
MINISTER'S ADVICE
PREVENTS CONFLICT
Arrest of Americans at Isle of
Pines Occasion for Near
Riot by Colonists
HAVANA, Aug. 22. — Passengers .arf
riving this morning from the isle, of
Pines, where A. W.- Gardener and seven
other Americans were -arrested yester
day on a charge of threatened homicide
and arson, say that only the arrival of
John B. Jackson, the United States min
ister to Cuba, prevented a serious con
flict with -they local authorities, Amerl;
can colonists on the Isle of Pines, who
number several hundred, had gathered
from all sections of the island at Nueva.
Gerona. the capital, to protest against
the arrest of tjie Americans on what is
claimed to be a trumped up charge. •
A local judge then refused to consider
the charges, and the case was appar
ently closed. .Friday, the prosecuting
attorney at Havana ordered the ac
cused arrested and confined in.jail untii
they could be sent to Havana for trial.
The American colonists were deter
mined to oppose the deportation of the
prisoners: and were prepared if neces
sary to prevent the landing- of the reve
nue cutter sent to .transport them to
"Havana and to storm the jail and re
lease the prisoners.
Minister Jackson immediately on his
arrival assembled the indignant colo
nists and warned them that they must
obey the Cuban law or suffer serious
consequences.
BARKED FROM BALL GROUNDS— John Smitn,
John Reali anrl John -Knjrlpr. profei-sinnal Ram
blers, who had a crowd arounrl tliom «t thp
: ball sam«> Sunday nfttrfcron and wer«» arrfsted
for gambling, were allowed to go ypsterday by
Police Judge Sbortall as it could not be proved
thafthey were makius bfts. They promisor!
the judgo that they would in future remain
away from the ball grounds.
SEEKS HER BROTHER— Chief Martin has re
reived a letter from "Miss M. Turpln. 1200
Evansvillp, Ind., askiTis: him to locxte h«»r
brother -Downey, 19 years of ag*\- who ran
away from Immc
Among the Pines
No consumptives *JjJg J-levation 'i.\ii*
\u25a0 Ur.der New Ownership and Management. '_
The. most thoringhly equipped mountain resort
In the Sierras; large swimming pool; fine trout
fishing; bowling; tennis; \u25a0 billiard, pool tables;
livery; % mile from station; rates, $9 to $13
per week. Booklet on request. Writs or paono
AL KUHN," Applegate, Placer coanty. CaL
GARDEN CITY SANITARIUM.
New building; new treatment' rooms; new din-
ing room; new surgical wards; modem and np to
date la all physiologic, .therapeutic methods;
massage; electricity, light, and sun treatments.
In short, the best methods extant. Write for
literature. San Jose, CaL V' : H§_t& ;
IgpiiK;!! __~l^_g™j^i For Infants and Children.
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I ii^^^^W Always Bough!
B>il^ I ALCOHOL 3 P«R CENT. - &
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ijoj BB^gasrgfflßßg Signature / J^M
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fe~c< tion.SourStomacii.Diarrncei | \fj ra
©SS-Bi' Worms,CownlsionslCTcrisl): \ £1 hf\Y \\IOY
|Hi iiessandLO-SorSLE-R. \P FUI UVOI
pi &m^- Tnirtv Years
Exact Copy of Wrapper. th«c«nt»«-co-««t. n«wyo«c,tt.
ELIM GROVE HOTEL
Cazadero Big Trees
Kates $2 per day. $10 per week ;• erery thing
new; first class accommodations; banting; fishing.
AMUSEMENTS OF A_L KINDS • '
L. EDWAKDS. Prep.. Cazadero. CaL .
KDWAPn tPRINfX lake coTraTY— 42 jmr-
nUWAKU 3f I\JI\W ERAL SPEINGS. Uthia
for kidneys, magnesia for stomach; hot Iron bath.
110 degrees, for rheumatism; (10 to $16 per
.week. MISS C. WHEELER, Howard Spring*,
or PECK-JCDAH Information Bureau, 759 Mar-
ket St., S. F. Closes October 13.
HAVE TOU BEEN' THERE? WHERE? AVALON.
A RESORT WHERE THE FAMILY CAN GO
and BE perfectly SAFE. IS NOTED the w orl<t
ot»t. for PEEP SEA FISHING, and harms th«
most ideal summer and winter cllmatis In th*
world. IF YOU are unable to O>ME THIS
i MONTH. DONT THINK It Is only a summer
resort. EVERY MONTH IS POPULAR AT
SANTA CATALIXA ISLAND. Booklet FREE on
request. BANNING CO.. 1M Paciflc Electric
I 31dg.. Los Angeles, Cat.
\u25a0 HOTEL ""^"""Tj
I DEL MONTE I
g Announces th» -J
1 ANNUAL MONTH OF SPOSTS 9
H August 19 to September 10, 1910. *\
1 Del Monte Golf Tournament j
Rj August 19 to August 28. 3
H Special Hotel Rates to Players. m
M Special Rouad Trip Railroad Hates. M
H H. R. WARNER, Manager. CHESTER |
H W. KELLET, City BepreaenUtlve. Paon* S
I Kearny 4013. M
TAUAC and BROCKWAY
Tbe Resorts that ha*e made Lake Taho* f*ta— <•».
Plan yonr Anto trip this irnsme.* v*tt tan
Sprinkled State Road from Placer*Ule to TAL-
LAC; the most scenic of American trips; na
machine too email to mak» the easy grade*.
LAWRENCS _ COMSTUCK. TA_L_O oe
BKOCKWAY. Lake Tmhoe. CaL
KLAMATH
HOT SPRINGS
Is the moot noted fishing, hunting and health re*
sort on the coast. Apply for folder to EPSOM
BROS.. Beswick. Slski>oq county. CaL. or to
PECK-JUDAH CO.. 759 Market street. Saa Trio.
Cisco.
ONOLULIT
-Mm DEDUCED R J
v* l " IST CLASS
(For— ierlr 9135) .
This Is the season to TUit the islands. Th»
farorite S. S. Sierra (twin acrew. 10.000 tons
displacement) makes trip in M 4 days. Round
trip tickets good for four months. Dellshtful
sea bathing, temperature 7S degrees. Mosc «c-
tractiTe *pot on entire ruuna tne world toar.
Volcano Kllauea now nnusually active. S.iilln:*
Sept. 10. Oct. 1 an<l *rery 21 days. ' Bnofe no—
and secure the best berths. LINE TO TAHITI
and JJEW ZEALAND. S. S. Maripoaa sails Sep.'
tember 11. October 17. etc. Tahiti and back.'
first claw. $123. New Zealand (WellinjtoS;.
round trip. $246.25.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO3IPAXA*
673 Market St. Telephone Kearny 1231'
LET IS ATTEND TO THE BAOOAGE
PACIFIC TRANSFER COMPAiNY
4* Clay Street
Phones— Sutter 21-J*^ Home CGI."V
Office in Kerry RniUiins:
+ CITY SUBSCRIBERS •
X Who desire Tfre Call mailed to*'
a them at imumer resort.H or other *l
I ont of to— v places vrlll please no- «
X tlfr office. Elvlne: present address «
I and length of time desired sent »
X to ne~r address. On retarnlas: 4.'
X please notify otSce. In order that »
X service by carrier may be promptly \u2666*
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