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FRESH START IN
KENDALL INQUEST
Proceedings Heretofore Taken
\Y}\\ Be Abandoned and En«
tirely New Start Made
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SANTA ROSA, Aug. 24.— District At
torney Lea has concluded to abandon
entirely the coroner's inquest begun at
Cazadero early in the month over the
remains of Enoch and Eura Kendall
and their son, Thomas Kendall, who
were found murdered on the F. 11.
Starbutk ranch, and begin jail over
again at the inquest to be held here
Friday.
As a result of this decision Sheriff
J. K. .Smith has served subpoenaes on
Mrs. Margaret Starbuck and F. H. Star
buck of Oakland. Mrs. Janette Thomp
son of San Francisco, Justice of the
P^ace F. D. Trosper, Deputy Sheriff
Ernest Trosper. Wm. Churchman and
Arthur Collins of C,azadero, Dr. J. W.
Jesse and Dr. S. S. Bogle of Santa Rosa.
Just sufficient evidence wilW be in
troduced to satisfy the requirements
of the law to warrant a charge of mur
d^r against Henry Yamaguchi wanted
for the crime. A large amount of evi
<l<yiee held by the officers will not be
presented in order to avoid making
public the case of the prosecution be
fore the suspect is arrested.
TOBACCO AND WOMEN'S
HATS GO WELL TOGETHER
Pasadena Permits Smoke to
Mingle With Plumes
PASADENA. An*. 24.— Tobacco
smokers are not to be molested In
Pasadena streetcars. The committee
appointed pome time ago to consider an
anti-smoking ordinance reported yes
terday that it -would be class legislation
to restrict men as to smoking and al
low women to wear merry widow hats.
The council agreed with the committee.
GBANDEST AND .MOST ACCESSIBLE
\u25a0 Hot Springs "
ROUND TRIP REDUCED TO
$6.35 INCLUDING AUTO
Waters awarded first prize at St. Louis Espotl-
tioa; popular stepping place for auto parties;
oatural hot coda and sulphur plunge and tub
baths; cwimmlcg pool. Learc 3d snd Townsesd
6.05 a. m.. 4 p. m. H. H. McGOWAN. Prop..
Pitraiso Sprlssrs. Monterey county. Cal.. or Peclt-
Judah Co.. or Bryan's. Auto meets afternoon
trains br appointment.
Among the Pines
>«,r.» Jlt »n:Te» T|^> Oaks '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0•' -"» »---•\u25a0*
3 . Under Ut-m Cvnershin and M»narement.
Tte tiiost thorou?Uly quipped mountain resort
in the blermb; larse swuuciinc pool; fine trou:
ncJUng; bowllcs; lennis; bilUard. pool tablet;
U*ery; %, mile from station; rates, $9 to $12
p« week. Booklet on request. Write or phoA*
AL KUHK. Applegste. Placer county. CaL /
WEBBER LAKE
Qreen of mountain lakes for fiy fishing. Hotel I
opmc June 13 under new management by ezpe- !
:.et>ced Den. Excellent table; automobile service I
daily: 2 hours' ride. Express and telephone, j
l;oard flaor teuts, cottages, boating, riding, <Srlr-
isc, autouiobiiing: lodgeroom for games and
£*acifig. Trout fighinr. lake and brook; saddle
ponies. No dress aSairs. Kouott trip tickets at
reCseed rates. Information Ivck-Jadab and South-
>ro PsriSc. Address VCebher Lake Hotel, Ho- I
fcert Mills, or Stockton. Oal.
KLAMATH
HOT SPRINGS
Is the ooet noted lishlng. hunting and health re-
•ort on tbe coast. Apply for folder to BDSON
BROS.. Beswick. Siskiyoq county. Cal., or to
PECK-JCDAH CO.. 78» Market street. San Fran.
elsco.
BYRON HOT SPRINGS
Beneficial bams. Charming rendezvous of Cali-
fornia's best people.. Splendid auto roads to tbe
springs from all directions. Garage. Address
Manager Byron Hot Spring*, any S. P. agt., or
Perk-Judth Co.. San Francisco, Los Angeles,
Portl&nd or Seattle.
EL VERANO VILLA
A. country resort for families. Open year round.
Good fishing and hunting; dancing pavilion; hot
mineral baths. Bates (7 per week. For particulars
write t» EL VEBAKO VILLA. EL VERAXO. CaL
H fIWAPH LAKE COUKTY— 42 ICHjT
iiUnAKU jrlUlXlO EKAL 6PKIKGB. Lithla
for kidneys, esgnesia for etomkch: hot Iron bath.
110 derreea. for rbeumatlcm; $10 to $16 per
week. MISS C. WHEELEB, Howard Springs:
or PECK JCDAH Information Bureau, 789 Mar*
feet «t.. 6. r. Closes October 15. - - ,
A. SILVA'S RESORT
OPENED JULY Ist. 1810
Trainiaf Hsadfl&axtera, -'\u25a0'.:.
fptcltl Eundny Dinner <or AutomobUistt.
A. ETLVA, Preprlctott Deccto, CaL - •
MERVYN HOTEL
GLEN ELLEN, Senoma county. Cal. Entirely
scrroanded by ferns, trees and flowers. Idesl
•pot for your cummer vacation. Bates. (2 per
day. >8 to $10 per week. P. MONOHAN. Prop.
REGATTA WEEK. GOLF TOXTBJTAMXNT.
Axgust 14 to 21. Bates 13 a day and upward.
€ecure your reservations now.
HOTEL POTTER
SAKTA BARBABA '
GARDES CITY EAXITASIUM.
New bnllding; new treatment rooms; nrw din-
ing room; new surgical wards; modern and up to
date la all physiologic, therapeutic methods;
massage, electricity, light and sun treatmeots.
In short, the beta methods extant. Write for
literature. 6an Jos*. CaL
LET THE
PACIFIC TRANSFER COMPANY
<& CUr Ktwt
HANDLE THE BAGGAGE FOB YOU.
Phoncs-rKutter 2222. Hmne C-45134
Office in Ferry. Bulldinp.
Woman Property .Holder
Denied Right to Vote
SAX JOSE,- Aurt. 24. — For the
flraf time In the ltlxtory of county
\ a "nniaii today j ilrinaii(l«-il, and
; ua» denied, the rich* to vote. It
; >vnft at the election held today in
; Saratoga, at which the proposi
tion' of forming; a sanitary dift
' irli'i wnx carried by a vote of -7
<• 10.
The woman who desired to ex
erclae the right of Buflfragc, ulitrh
. nbe asiierted warn her due an a
property holder, was Miss M. V.
Deann, Mister of W. Knox Beany,
the president of the Itank of San
[ Jomc, and one of the l:irji«-*t prop
1 erty oyinern of tlie dlt<trict. . . ;-'-,- ? A'
l-"«>r yearn klic lihh owned a farm
' about half a mile from the vil
! lajje and recently erected a liaiul
[ Konie liiinsrulon. . Her nenroNt
possible connection T%ith the pro
posed sewer would !> e2,500 feet
- ;mnT and \u25a0\u25a0ejivas oppoNed to the
! proponltion.
; The .Saratoga political equality
; club, of which nhe in a member,
may take the matter up.
PETALUMA POLICE THINK
THEY HAVE BURGLAR
r~
Citizen Effects the Capture of
Suspicious Character
[Special Dispatch to The} Call] ,
PETALUMA, Aug. 24. — There is in the
city Jail an upwllling guest "who is
probably the ruffian who has of late
been terrorizing housewives by. : de
mands for money and even lodging.
He made a mistake when he visited
the residence of Harry Glbbs, who
grappled with him until assistance ar
rived and the fellow was securely tied.
The intruder was placed in a hose cart
and 'conveyed to the jail by an escort
of a score or more irate citizens.
The prisoner gave his name as Fred
Ganez and said he was a recent ar
rival from New York. The police s e.x
pect to connect him with various bur
glaries.
CORON ADO BEACH (Morgan ross, Mana^ CALIFORNIA
334 South Spring Street
SKAGGS HOT SPRINGS
AWARDED FIRST PRIZE 1009
Nine miles from Ceyserrllle, Sonoma Co.. Two
train* daily.. \u25a0 Far* $4.60 - round trip. Including
•tate. Natural bot mineral water at a tempera-,
ture of 185 decrees.' cures Bheumatlsm. Kidney.
Llrer and Stomach \u25a0 troubles. -Baths free.:
Swimming, Huntlnr, Fishing, ; Lltery, Tenuls.
etc. Fine orchestra. -Table unexcelled. Bates
112 to (18 per week.*" Write for- booklet and
reservations to PBTEB J. CURTIS. Bkaggs, ;
Eonoma Co.. CaL. or Peck-Judah Co.. 789 Market
street, or Bryan's. 14* Montgomery ft
REACHES MOST OF THESE RISORTS
THE SAN yRANCISCO; CALL,;: THURSDAY, AUGUST 25U1910.
PICKPOCKETS AND
BUNKOMEN JAILED
Nineteen Known Criminals Are
Imprisoned on Charges
For several .days Detectives Tom
Murphy and Arthur . McQuaide have
been specially detailed by acting Cap
tain Shea of the southern district to
round up bunko men and pickpockets
who make Market street their field of
operations.- As a result 19 well known
members of these two criminal profes
sions have been arrested and charged
with vagrancy. Their cases are pend
ing in the police courts, and Chief
Martin has asked the police judges to
fiend each of them, if possible, to the
county jail for six months.
The approaching festival of the Na
tive Sons will bring criminals to the
city, and men will be specially de
tailed to. look put for .and arrest
them so that visitors will, not be
robbed. :)...\u25a0' \ - .••%*""
in discussing the arrests Martin said
yesterday": , •'. ".
. "It is unfair and untrue to say that
the city is in a worse plight than here
tofore from bunko men and pickpock
ets, andl in this. the_ reports will bear
me out. This "is a cosmopolitan city,
with a large'floating population, an.l no
sensible; person could say that there
should be no criminals. . It. is the aim
of this department to suppress crime
as much as possible, and I think we
are doing so to the best of our ability."
CHINESE COUNTERFEITS
U. S. TEN DOLLAR COINS
HONOLULU, -Aug. 24.— Lee -Young,' 'a
Chinese,, was arrested today in a re
mote of - the island of. Maul on
a charge of counterfeiting. Lee was
found in possession of a complete
counterfeiting plant, with which he
had been turning out excellent counter
feits of ten dollar coins,, composed
largely of gold. Only a few of the
coins have been put Into circulation.
AMERICAN PLAN
oIU'MMER rates, $3.50 per day and lip-
= ward. Special weekly rates. First class
in every respect. Our own water distilling
and purifying p platn t insures pure water.
House swept and cleaned by trie vacuum
system. Most equable climate in the world.
Golf, Tennis, Deep Sea and Bay Fishing,
Bathing. Write or Telegraph (our expense)
for- rates or roorris. V"
Motor boats meet all passengers on arrival
I of Pacific Coast S. . Sj; Company steamers
and bring them direct to- the hotel.
H.H.NORCROSS, Genera! Agent
STAFFORDS
Is the Place to Spend Your Vacation
Address W. S. STAFFORD, Manafer. 8o«ael,
Santa Crux county. Car. \u25a0;_? . •\u25a0 • \u25a0- •
SI II IV ' Q MONTE RIO
ULL I O SONOMA COUNTY
The well known "Home From Home." Hotel and
tents nestled on hillside a montr. the redwoods com-
standing • charming: \u25a0 panoramic rltw of . Bosalaa
rlTer and surrounding country. Booklet on ap-
plication. \u25a0•;\u25a0\u25a0-; •
TROOPS TO GO ON
214 MILE MARCH
Ten \ Companies of the 3 Oth in
fantry Start Today on a
Tramp to A tascadero
Early this morning 10 companies of
the Thirtieth infantry, divided into
three battalions, will leave the Pre
sidjo for Atascadero for ,thg military
maneuvers under the command of
Colonel Charles Chubb. The first-en
campment will be made tonight near
Colma, the second tomorrow night near
Burlingame, the_ next night Redwood
City, and so on until the camp is
reached on September 14, a total dis
tance of 214 miles with an average
daily march of 10 miles.
Captain Arthur Cranston of the Pre
sidio of Monterey arrived in the city
yesterday and reported at the United
States supply depot as assistant to
Quartermaster Young to relieve Major
Scott. 1
The annual report of. Major General
Thomas H. Earry, as commander of the
department of California, was officially
issued yesterday. r
Among the officers arriving yesterday
were Captain G. B. Sharon of the
Fourth infantry at Fort Logan H. Root,
Second Lieutenant R. H. Fletcher Jr.
of the Eighth infantry at the Presidio
of Monterey and Captain Arthur Crans
ton.
Stanton to Report
WASHINGTON, Aug. 24.— Army Or
der—Major Qharles E. Stanton, pay
master, now at San Francisco,- will re
port to the commanding general of the
department of \California for duty, in
San Francisco. s
AUTO RUNS OVER LITTLE GlßL— George E.
Hoyt, an insurance adjuster, 401 California
Btrect, run down. Shijju Watanaho,!) years of
ntff. daughter of n" Japanese raerelinnt at r>3o
«;rnnt avenue, shortly after 8 o'clrx'k yester
day morning, breaking two of nor ribs. The
plrl ran behind a car in Sutter street near
Octßvia, and when she ran from the track
Hoyt's nuromohllc struck her.
Hotel Carmel
Op«n . the • jre«rx nmad. i> Wbolesomeness and
homelike surroundings. Moderate rates. .. Address
MRS. A. D. BIGNOR Carmel-by-th«-Bea. or
PECK-JITDAH COMPANY, 789 Markot St. S. V.
MARK WEST SPKINOS — Sonoma county. Only
3% hours from ig.F.' and but 7. miles' staging.
Meet trains \u25a0oj: N. ,W. Paclflo at ' Fulton, both
mornlne . and erenlnr. BausaUto ferry at ' 7:45
A. M.;or 8:15 P. M. dally. Bound trip ojly
|3.78. Bot mineral water, baths. ; "The prettfesf
place In California." Is the verdict of thousands.
Address jr. r. MULCHEW. Fulton. Cal. , -.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 :-\u25a0; \u25a0\u25a0.-.:
POLICE ASKED TO
FIND THE MISSING
The following . people were reported
missing to. the police yesterday:
'J.D. Dugsan, 60 years of s age, 5 .feet
8 inches tall. -yellowish .mustache. Mis
sing from"- 336 Clementina street since
"August 18.
Florence Parr, 15 years of age, miss
ing from her home at- 20,04 A -street,
South San Francisco sinee r August 22.
She is fair and short. •
..-.'Joseph;; Korch, 20 years of -age. left
his home at 1956 Folsonv street August
17, and being out of work and. despond
net it is feared that he may have ended
v his life. ; " -: v
George Russell, 15 years of; age, em
ployed by Shreve and company, got his
pay on * Saturday arid did ( not return to
his home at 223 Parnassus avenue.
TAKE POSLAM WITH YOU
\u25a0Sunburn, Red Noses, Rash and Summer
Skin Troubles Mny Annoy During '
Vucntlon Days.
A jar of poslam at hand during the
summer vacation' means freedom from
many annoying little affections, such as
rash, i sunburn, fever blisters, bites,
stings, burns, pimples, itching. feet and
scalp, etc., which are .liable to affect
one anywhere. , In quickly disposing: of
these minor trouble's, "poslami which has
accomplished such remarkable work in
the cure, of eczema and like serious
skin diseases, has become a veritable
household remedy. ' There" is no skin
disorder for which it should not be un-
hesitatingly used and which it will not
benefit. It is an active antiseptic and
contains nothing- which can possibly in-
jure the ' most delicate skin. Acne,
herpes, tetter, piles, scalp scales, bar-
ber's and' all forms of !~ltch, including
itching- feet,, etc., yield to it readily.
A special 50 cent package of poslam;
convenient to carry when traveling, '- is
prepared for minor, uses, and this, as
well as the regular. J2 jar, : is for sale
by all 'druggists, including Tbe Owl
Drug Co.'p ytoreal >-= \u0084
A sample package of poslam will be
mailed, free of charge, to any one upon
request, by the Emergency Laborato-
ries, 32 West 25th street, New York
city. ... J
Los Angeles, California
RUBICON PARK
. Lake Tahoe's popular, resort mow. open. Hotel,
cottages and tents. Fine bathing beach. Launches 1
and rowboats, ; good fishing, and saddle home. .
Social campflre and telephone. Address \u25a0H. W.
CUTHBBRT. Bublcoa P. 0.. Lake Tahoe. CmL :
HOTEL. MADRON A
• \u25a0--l-.MIt.V. VAL.I-,IBV- ; ' :
' Dader new management. First elan 1 serrice ;
unexcelled cujslae. Telephone Main BM. Mill
Valley. CaL C. M. VAN DEB OIW, Manager.
$lflfiso NEW tf ORK Tl Round-trip tickets
lUO AND RETURN i y- __ ,^-; ni1 <j
$I|OSOBOSTOH on sale on vanoys
Tl 1 15 and return dates via Chicago,
$ 108 50 PH L A ?e E E HIA Union Pacific U
$10750 BALTIMORE^ -North Western Line.
IU I AND RETURN .
$10750 WASHINGTON % Liberal return limits
, : IWIi and return and favorable stop-
s|o8 50H0 .Wi over privileges.
(11l 1 90. ATLANTIC CITY These low rate tick-
vO and return passage^qn tfte lux
% $ QR7O TORONTO \. , uriously equipped,
pw and return* electric-lighted San
$ 8I 00 DE fflffi»i- Francisco "Overland
$ ftflOO CINCINNATI I Limited," leaving
OW and return^ San Francisco daily
$ 7f150 MILWAUKEE at 10:40 a. m., or on
I "?. AND RETURN | , . lftflA
$7950 CHICAGO tramsleavmgatfcOO
. i Cm and return z. m., 6:40 p. m. and
• $ 73 5 & St. Pan!, Minneapolis LJ 9:00 P- m -
• i AMD R^TIiRV
/ffiSSfft^Yl Direct connections in Chicago with
»ijPys|p?\ I \u25a0 &*• \u25a0*&\u25a0 /"\u25a0»<\u25a0- Cult. C*" .V. W. Ry. Ctn. yfff. TjuV D*fi. IT. P. & Jt>
\u25a0in^^J 1 S7S Market St., Flood BUg. 42 Powell Street
I »£tC«M§3w an F ranc " c 9 San Frandsa
TALLAC and BROCKWAY
The Betorts that bare made Lake Tane* riant
PUa r#n Anto trip thl» summer •»« Oi.
fprlnkled State Boad from PlaeerrlUe to TAt
LAC; the most seeolc of American tripe: bo
machine too, small to -make the easy grade*.
LAWBENCH' *' COMSTOCK. IALLAO^
BBOCK WAY. Lake Tanoe. Cat \u25a0 -^ ". ;" j
SANTA 1 CRUZ Furn^ nn * <l how * \u25a0«» \u25a0«»•'
O/\n 1 rv V<IVL/X> keeping roonie f«r eeaaoa.
Get Urt fre» r.H. PABKEB ItXAL EBTATK
AOBNCY. lt» Paclfto a*., Stnta Crua. Cal.
THE GREAT FAMILY RESORT AYALON
A SAFE RESORT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILT.
FIXE BATHING. GOOD TENTS, at either cele-
brated ISLA.VD VILIA or TENT CITY. RATE 3
REASONABLE. BIG, SHADY TREES an<! beau-
tiful, quiet retreats. FISHING ALWAYS th»
best. THE MOST SANITARY WINTER AND
SUMMER RESORT ON THE COAST.
Everybody speaks of the cleanliness of AVALOX
BANNING CO.,
104 Pacific EleKrte Bldg..
. Los Angeles. Cal. , f ' '
! HOTEL t
I DEL MONTE jj
W Anaocnces th« k-f
I ANNUAL MONTH OF SPORTS |
g * August 19 to September 10, I'JIO.
; Del Monte Golf Tournament |
y August 19 to Anjust 28. £
S Special Hotel Bates to Players. . I
« Special Bound Trip Ballroad Bates. £
S H. R. WABNEB, Manager. CHESTER I
I W. KELLEY, City Bepresentatlve. Puon* I
B Eearny 401 X |
LA HONDA and PESCADERO
Buy your railroad ticket to Bedwood City, a a.
v. trala from Third and Townsend s:a.. 8a j
Francisco, and San Jose; connect wltJi st*zr«
direct. Address WALTER K.VIGBT. Bedw<x\*
City, CaL
HOTEL, CALISTOGA
Now opea under new managementr hot sulphur
baths and swimming plunge; near petrified forest;
stepping place for all Lake Co. toorlata;
room opes on arrlral of trains.
F. B. SQUIBga. Proprietor.
HOME PARM
One-quarter mile from Azua CaUente. Will m»«c
guteta. Bathing, tensla court, croqaet. First
class table: splendid accommodations. Special
rates to families. Ideal spot of Sonoma Taller
Psrtlcnlars. J. B. MOBBI&Agna CaUente. -
HONOLULIT
CZllf\ REDUCED 8 J
2)1 BI J ROU.VD TRIP
•t 7 **^ IST CLASS
(Formerly «12S>
This Is the season to visit the Island*. The
fawlte 8. 8. Sierra (twin screw, 10.000 tons
displacement) makes trip In 3H days. Boao<t
trip ticket* good for four months. Delightful
tea. bathlns. temperature 78 degrees. Most at-
tractive spot oa entire rwraa .tne world tour.
\olcano Kilauea now unusually aetrte. fialllnz*
Sept. 10. Oct. 1 and every 21 days. Book now
and secure the beat berths. LINB TO TAHITI
and NEW ZEALAND. 8. 8. Marrposa^j£ s£
tember 11. October IT. etc. Taaltl and back.
OCEL%>'IC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
673 Market St. Telephone Kearny 1231
LET THE
PACIFIC TRANSFER COiMPANY
48 Clay Street -
HANDLE THE BAGGAGE FOB. YOU.
Phone.*— Sutter 2222. Home C-6134
Office in F/rry Building.
CITY SUBSCRIBERS t
Who desire The Call, mailed to f
them at summer resorts or other
out of town places will plena* no- T
tlfr office, Klvlnx present address f
and length of time desired ient f
to B(;w address. • On returning *
please notify office. tn order that
service by carrier may be promptly 1
resnroed. . ">< " ~ ., *

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