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In the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys
S. P. SHOP HAZING
IS NEARLY FATAL
Young Apprentice Given "Air
Cure 5 ' and Collapses ; Strain
Bursts Appendix
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMEXTO. Sept. 16.— Albert T.
': "-Hoyt, a young apprentice at the South
.-rrn Pacific railroad shops, has been
-.._[in a precarious condition at the rall
: r road hoppjial here for several days as
". the result of the drastic hazing methods
: : of older employes, who^gave him the
;\u25a0• "air cure." Air was forced into young
:.;Hoyt until he collapsed, and he had to
. " >>c treated at the railroad hospital for
j : ' The initiation through which young
V Hoyt passed is said to be the customary
," : treatment of novices in certain depart
•* jr.ents. He was held by fellow employes
\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0^hije compressed air was administered
>-.;. Until he had shown his grit and quali
: ..ficatior.s to be one of the work crew.
';.;:; . When the ordeal was ended Hoyt fell
•to the floor writhing in pain and suf
\u25a0 Bering convulsions. He was hurried to
: "the hospital and an operation for ap
. .pendlcitis was necefsary. It was stated
: - ; that the lad's appendix had burst under
X : the strain. Word from the hospital to-
was to the effect that he was out of
. danger and was resting easily.
TALL FATAL TO PLACER
COUNT Y PIONEER WOMAN
Mrs.-'M. G. Browning Passes
Away at Rocklin
.^Special Dispclch to The Call]
. ROCKLIN". Pept. 16. — As the result
nof a fall three weeks agro when phe
fractured her lep. Mrs. if. G. Browning,
;*a pioneer of Placer county, died last
evening. "Grandma Browning," as she
\u25a0was known, was born'ln Canton, Mo., in
-rlS't? and came to California in the early
*70'.s living: most of the time In Placer
•county.
AS I r I I I II A V 1
ELECTRICAL EXPOSITION
Most Marvelous Display of the Electrical Age
Will Be Opened Tonight By Wireless
Mayor McCarthy Will Speed the Wireless Spark
CONTINUES EVERY DAY AND NIGHT TO SEPT. 24
Baker Street, Between Fell and Oak
Depicting the progress of electricity in every field of commerce,
industry, science and art. A blaze of electrical splendor. Features
novel, startling and unique. Every large 'electrical concern in
America represented.
AX BXPQjmOV SPECTACULAR, SCIENTIFIC and EPUCATTOXAI,.
Flrat Ever Held on the Coast and the Most
Complete Ever Assembled la America -
ADMISSION 50c =
» 6. LOVERICH. MANASEiJ.
:. Ellis etreet near Fillmore^ — t:iass A Theater
: MATINEE TODAY— LAST TIMES— TONIGHT
SULTAN OF SU LU
; Commencing with Matine« Tomorrow (Sunday)
Ferris Hartman
\u25a0.".-\u25a0 fn the first production oa any stage of
I^THE CAMPUS^
?A Rah-Hah mufcloa! comedy tn three yells by
C • - -^. . --,. Walter de Leon.
\u25a0 \u25a0 Nicbt Prl<*es — 25c. 50c and 75c.
\u25a0 ' Pat. and Sun. Mat. Price* — 25c and 50c.
Al C A 7 AD SatterandSteiner
J\ LV#/%sL t\ t\ Tbone We«t 1400
* * 1 - V »* • «-••»»» Dome phoae S-4242
\u25a0\u25a0BELASCO & MAYER. Owners and Managers.
\u25a0/.MATINEE TODAY AND TOMORROW.
V-.. Tonight and Tomorrow, l*st Times of
' ' Chttming Pollock's Charming Comedy.
SUCH A—^
Little Queen
ITS FIRST TIME IN SAN FRANCISCO.
PRICES— Night. 25c to $1; Mat., 25c to 50c.
Sf*ts for sale at Box Office an<l Emporium.
• *J
KIJtT WEEK— Eugene Walter's Powerful Play,
**THF Wftl FlfF 1f
rTASSSiJL»a.S\OCWOH &\u25ba VQWiAX
Eafest and Most MspniScent Theater 1b Anerica.
HATIKEE TODAY AND EVERY DAT
EVERY EVENING AT 1:15
ARTISTIC VAUDEVILLE
RAMESES. the Egyptian Wonder Worker;
"HIGH LIFE IN JAH-." with Wm. B. Sloan
. «nd W. H. (Bill) Mack; COVINGTON and
WILBUR, In "The Parsonage"; THE FOUR
. niANOS; BERT KALMAK and JESSIE
BROWN; THE JACK ARTOIS DDO; THE
BISON CITY FOUR; NEW ORPnEUM MO-
TION PICTURES. Last Week. MR. GEORGE
• ACGER and CO.. In "Jack the Giant Killer."
Erecicg Prices— loc, 25c. . DOc. 75c Box
. Ke*ts fI.OO. Matinee Prices (except Sundays
ecd Holidays) — 10c. 25c. 50c- -
PHONES— DOUGLAS 70, HOME C-167>
UURLINE I
BUSH AND LARKtN STS.
OCEAN WATER. BATHS
Swimming *nd Tub Dsttia
8&lt wmter Alrtet from the ©c#*s. Opra
«r«ry day and evening, Incloiltsu S trait rm
end bolldtys, from 9 a. m. to 10 p. m.
SpectAton* rallery free.
« Natatorlam reserved Tnesday and f Friday
Kj morning* from 9 o'clock to nooa for irean
only. n ... \u0084 ~;
"Filtered Ocean Water Plnaie'^
CXJKFOB.TABI.T HEATED . a ,
Ect Air Hair Dryers for Wwnea Ba.tben
PORCELAIN .TUBS with hot, cold, salt
and fresh water. Each room fitted with hot
and dH£L salt tad fr«sh shower.
BRA2TCH TTTB BATHB. 8161 GEART ST.
NEAR DEVXBADZ&O. .
NEW MARRIAGE LAW
CAMPAIGN OPENS
Interdenominational Comniis=
sion Proposes Reform in
Divorce Proceedings
[Special Dispatch "o The Call]
SACRAMENTO. 'Sept. 16. — The inter
denominational commission on mar
riage and divorce for northern Cali
fornia held a session today and dis
cussed plans for opening -a general
campaign in this section to secure
laws amending the present system of
marriage and divorce. Bishop W. H.
Moreland, president, presided. Francis
Moody of Pasadena, field secretary,
outlined the bills to be: championed as
follows:
U A marriage license bill pro"-, '
viding that. 10' days' notice must
be given by persons intending to
be married before a license can be
issued.
2. The senate. substitute bill pro
viding that a divorce examiner
must be appointed in every
county of this state and must.ap
pear in every divorce case to con
test the same.
3. A bill amending both sections
of the present law to punish adult-*
cry by dropping out the words
"open and notorious" from^ both
sections. "\u25a0-..
4. A bill providing for the pres
ence of the defendants to all di- •
vorce actions In court at the trial,
either in person or by deposition,
whenever they can.be found.
5. Seven minor bills, all of
whioh were referred to the state
legal committee for their consid
eration and action, with the recom
mendation that the first four be
j submitted to the legislature In -
suitable form.
A committee was appointed as fol
lows: C. E. McLaughlin, R. T. Mc-
Klsslck and Arthur E. Miller.
GXTEST BUBPECTED — Mrs. Roes Quelnt&ace.
910 Geary «treet. had sereral friends as yuesta
at her home Thursday night, and she reported
to the police yesterday that after they left th«
missed ft pair of diamond earrings that had
been taken from ber Jewel box.
I Ejt *y-^MBMIM^m ~Mrxa Home CuioS
Ton Ikli t and Sunday— l,amt Times of .
ROSE STAHL
A« PATRICIA O'BRIEN in
THE CHORUS LADY
By James Forbes, author of "The Commuters."
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
DAVID BELASCO Presents M-
FRANCESSTARR
In EUGENE WALTER'S*Greatest Play,
THE EASIEST WAY
SEATS KOW SELLING
[>Uf liJijJJUi.ajLßw^,*^!^^."^ McAllister St.
WsL Netr Market.
|i»? > s fc *Jt, Jspx^a^jpS Pcoaes:
V&&J>^rtiiMTFru~~iZ£3 Market 120
** \u25a0 \u25a0 * I— — WM.HQae.J2S22
Two Weeks Only— No Performance I Sunday.
MATINEE TODAY AT 2:3O;
EDWARD J. BOWES Presents
Margaret illitigtdn
In the Great Play. *
i' UN TIL ETERNITY"
Adapted by and Produced Under the Per-
sonal direction of EDWARD ELSNER.
Nizhi and Sat. Mat. Prices, $2 to 60c.
"Pop." Matinee Thursday, $1 to 25c.
Seats at Theater and Emporium.
Next— WALKER WHITESTDE ia "THE
MELTPTO POT." \ .
GARRICK THEATER
BEVANI GRAND OPERA COMPANY
* MATINEE TODAY
V LOVE TALES OF HOFFMAN"
With Vicarino, De jDrenx, Battain '. and
Albertl. --.'--" -\u25a0
TONIGnT
"RIGOLETTO" :^IJS
Tomorrow MaUnee........"LA TRAVIATA"
Tomorrow : Night. .."..'......."..:.... ''A1DA' '
NEXT WEEK— Mon. and : Sat. r Nights,
"LUCIA": Tnes. and Fri. Nights.: "LOVE
TALES OF HOFFMAN" ;J; J Wed. Nlcht and
Sat. Mat.. "CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA"
and "I'PAGLIACCI." , . ,- ,
Reserved seats '2sc. -50c, 75c,' |1, at Sher-
man. Clay *j.Co.'s.rKesrny and Sutler sU.,'
tomorrow, at Garrick : Theater. :
CHILDREN'S
DAY TODAY
' ". —AT—.. -". - ... '-\u25a0 . ' \u25a0
I IDORA^PARK I
I .'-. Telegraph at 66th. QrVi.n^. . ...... . : '. |
- FREE SKATES.frotn 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p.m.
for all children under 16. . 1 ...
BAND CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND NIGHT
ELLERY'SBAND
SPECIAL FOR TONIGHT In theater buildinr—
GRAND NATIONAL CONCERT, accompanied br
Scenic Effects,^ Includliiß^ Battle; of Moscow
Grand ' FanUsie from t "Carmen" > and \u25a0 selections
from .."The « Chocolate Soldier." ' Don't * miss • this
concert 25c. round trip, from; S. F., via Key
Route," include*: admission."*- <:':.;
THE SA3ST FRANCISCO GALL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1910.
SUPERVISORS BALK
AT BIG SCHOOL TAX
Education Board Accuses Pre=
decessors of Neglecting
Buildings for 20 Years
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON,, Sept. 16.— The supervis
ors and members of the board! of edu
cation had a spirited controversy over
the school tax last night;: The super
visors wanted to 1 know Ithe necessity
for a 72 cent tax. ' The s highest- school
tax heretofore has been 35 cents.'!- The
sum asked for -by the school trustees
Is $141,609. - , . ;
M. J. Henry of school board ex
plained that the school buildings were
so badly run down" that; repairs '• "were
imperative and $25,000 ..wasi needed I for
that work alone. The regular school
expenses, he said, had been Increased
by an addition of three teachers and
the pay of many of the teachers in
creased, v ; -
Chairman Arthur H. Wright of the
supervisors quoted; statistics showing
that for 22 cities in" the state the.aver- ;
age school tax was 22 cents," Fresno
paying the highest school tax, 48 cents;
Pasadena, 41 cents; v Alameda, 36.6
cents. ;'\u25a0':• VV j ™ "zV/^ ,\u25a0 '\u25a0' f~ '
Henry said that former boards for
20 years had neglected the school
buildings. •-
Principal Ansel "Williams said that
there were 580 ' students In the high
school, the largest number in its his
tory, and it was short three teachers.
Trustee Charles Campbell said that
the primary schools needed another
teacher. .
District Attorney George F. Mc-
JCoble was asked to explain the school
tax law. He said that the supervisors
had to provide for the -'high '"school,, but
not for the city's' schools. -'V The trustees
said the city, had made its tax roll and
that it was too late ' to ' apply there for
funds. Heretofore the city has levied
the school tax. „•'•'.\u25a0;.'_ ; -"
The> meeting lasted until a late hour
without any decision being reached. ;
BOY HUNTER FAILS TO
RETURN TO HIS HOME
Friends and Authorities Search
. for Robert Allen
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
j HANFORD.. Sept 16— Great anxiety
is felt over the disappearance last Sun
day of Robert Allen, aged 16, from the
home of his guardian, Mrs. C.G. Hisey,
who resides eight miles southeast of
Hanford. The boy left the house Sun
day afternoon in Mrs. Hisey's absenoe,
taking his shotgun with him,., for a
hunting expedition on nearby farms.
Nothing has been heard or seen of him
since he called for a boy friend that
afternoon on his way for the hunt. The
friend did not accompany him. '\u25a0',.".„
Believing that he had met with a fa
tal accident, a thorough search of the
farms and neighborhood has been made,
without success. It was thought; per
haps he might have fallen- in a deep
pond on the Hlaey. ranch, but a thor
ough dragging failed to reveal his
body. \u0084 *
The boy formerly lived In' the east
and also in tos Angeles and the the
ory was advanced that perhaps he re
turned to one of his former abodes. He
had but $55 on his person and it is
not thought he went to Los Angeles, for
he changed his best . clothes; for his
working clothes before he left the
house.
The sheriff 's office is aiding in the
search- and has sent out, telegrams; to
Los Angeles and neighboring cities.
GRAPE GROWERS WILL
DELAY THEIR PICKING
[Special Dhpatch to The Call]
STOCKTON, Sept. 16.— The standard
ization of pack committee and a num
ber of the Lodi grape growers and
shippers met this morning in the Mo
kelumne club rooms and' the grape
situation was discussed. It was de
cided to send out notices to the'grow
ers of Lodi and Acampo to pick no
grapes before next Monday./ The ship
ping companies will be notified to ac
cept no grapes for shipment before next
Tuesday.
"A canvass of the situation showed
that the table grapes had been consid
erably damaged by recent rains, espe
cially those which hang low 011 the
vines and which have been splashed
with dirt and water. These are be
ginning to crack open and the skins
are slinprng. ;
Notwithstanding the extensive dam
age the temporary cessation of ship
ping activities will give the eastern
markets af chance to clear and will
tend to keep prices up.
In the meantime the inspectors will
go Into \u25a0 the fields to see that the man
dates of the standardization committee
are obeyed. There appears to be an
inclination on the , part of some to re
sume grape picking immediately fol
lowing the rain, but the committee has'
declared that grapes shipped in a
damp condition 'Would mildew 'and
lower the standard and prices of Lodi
grapes. Chief Inspector "W7 H. Thomp
son presided at. today's meeting.
HOUR OF
JVIUSIC
Will Be Held; in Our Recital Hall
This Afternoon at 3 o'Glock
|*| SOLOIST
Walter A. Burckhalter
BARYTONE
The Pnblic Cordiall jlDTited
3henna^pa^Gb
*."," Kearny : «nd - Slitter ; Streets 'v-
Take - Elevator, to Eighth Floor -
L^--' ' _v_^_^__^liliU_illl_ir.. '"\u25a0 ' \u25a0 \u25a0>\u25a0\u25a0>\u25a0\u25a0 "-'• "- '\u25a0\u25a0•\u25a0' -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ' ~J';
You : may doubt it— -but
we can "PROVE" it.
v," pBTAiiiS o iv---. pa;g,e-;"i 0-h
STOCKTON TO VOTE
ON BIG BOND ISSUE
Funds Are Needed for Fire
Equ ipment, Street Repairs
and New Sewers*
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON. Sept 16.— The city coun
cil met as ; a committee .of - tlie wKole
last night and decided to call; an elec
tion for the purpose of having the peo
ple decide the question of bonding the
city for 3551,460. ;. . \u25a0 .; ; , .:--.'
The proposed bonds are for a new fire
equipment," rainwater sewers, sanitary
mainrsewers and for- rebuilding! worn
out streets, f Of- the entire amount the
council asks . 1149,000 1 for { the fire de-t
partment, this being: the estimate sub
mitted •by Chief Engineer M. McCann?
It provides f or, the purchase -ot- five en
gines, five auto hose carts, three chem
ical engines, three, new fire engine
houses and, other equipment.
The cost of additional rainwater
sewers is estimated at: $77,000, while
sanitary sewers will • cost $40,000. • ' - -
Streets badly In need of repaying are
Miner avenue, Lindsay street and Web
er avenue. ' This and other street work
will cost $285,640.90. . ;
KIRKLEY COMPLAINT IS
PRACTICALLY REMOVED
.-•.."\u25a0 I*'".-- '\u25a0"'-\u25a0' •. ' ' ' •\u25a0 ' '
Amicable Agreement Reached
in M isappropriation Case
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
( SAN* ANDREAS, Sept. 16.— The
charges made against George. W. Kirk
ley, the general manager of, the Cala
veras mining and development com
pany, the. owner of the Kenross mines
near Mokelumne hill, for flic misappro
priation of the company's funds were
practically withdrawn by the complain
ing witness today when the preliminary
examination was called "for hearing at
Mokelumne.
Attorney "William A. Dower, repre
senting Kirkley, and District Attorney
Keith stated to the court that amicable
understanding had been arrived at be
tween Manager Kirkley. and the direc
tors of the company the
charges made against Kirkley of mis
appropriating large sums of the com
pany's funds would be withdrawn -by
the officers of the company, pending a
complete settlement of all differences
between Kirkley and the officers of his
company.
The preliminary hearing of the
charges were thereupon indefinitely
postponed, ; and his bondsmen released
from all further responsibility.
MINING MAN'S DEATH '
INDICATES SUICIDE
Rifle Ball Ends Life of Elisha
Flamm
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SAN ANDREAS, Sept. 16. — Elisha
Flamm, a well known resident of Cala
veras county, was found dead In. his
cabin on the Calaveras river 'near this
place this morning with every Indica
tion of suicide. .
A rifle with which the deed had evi
dently been committed was lying near
the bed with one empty shell in the
barrel. There was also a shotgun near
by that had apparently been first tried
but had failed to go off.' The" ball from
the rifle entered the head near the right
temple, making a ghastly wound. '". ;'\u25a0 -'".
..Flamm was a'mlning man and jhad
occupied- responsible positions in some
of the largest mines In the county.
WOMAN ROUTS BURGLAR,
USING BUTCHER KNIFE
Negro Eludes Thrusts at Close
Quarters and Secures Rings
[Special Dbpatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, Sept. 16.—Discover
ing anegro burglar rummaging about
her house last night, Mrs. Andrew
Foote gave him the scare of his life
by chasing him f around the dwelling
with a butcher knife.
-Mrs. Foote. was working in the
kitchen when she heard the burglar in
a front rooni. She caught him taking
two rings from the jewelry box and
when he -refused to surrender she
charged him with a butcher knife.
The negro eluded > the thrusts made
at close quarters and made his escape
with the rings,: ,'"\u25a0-/'- } " .
BIRD OF PARADISE
,HAS CURRY GUESSING
Woman Asks Puzzling
tion of State and Millinery
[Special Dispatch to Th& % Call]
SACRAMENTO, Sept. 1 6.— Secretary
of State I Curry is in a quandary as to
how to-answer a question' of millinery
submitted: to him by, a woman resident
of O'Neal, f Madera county. The woman
says'ln her letter that Bho, has ordered
a beautiful bird of paradise from Chi
cago to decorate her winter. bonnet,- but
has since been- told that the law of Cal
ifornia makes'; it illegal toXwear : such
decorations. - She wants to know.lf she
should cancel the order. It • has Secre
tary Curry; guessing.
MERCHANTS TO FEAST
IN^DUNGEON] OF HOTEL
[Special Dhpatch to The Call]
'[\u25a0\u25a0 STOCKTON, •'\u0084-• Sept. 16.— -The ; Mer
chants-association entertainment:com
mittee^ consisting; of \u25a0; M."TCon-way,i Nate
Cohn and^.C.' H. * Yost, has ; arranged j for
a"i unique s smoker^ ln i<the ' : - "dungeon*'' of
the new.; hotel Thursday night. . ".
--\u25a0 The committee has informed- the mer
chants that = a, beef steak; dinner iwill be
served, but will riot tell: where'the dun
geon Us located: v ;,;>''•* \u25a0 - v ;; : ;
v^There- will be? a^.fine^ entertainment;
and "the occasion n-wiir serve to bring
the'businessmen together and' create ; a
closer relationship.,: }' - , .
TEH AM A COUNTY TO
CELEBRATE SUCCESS
[Special DispaUhioTheiCaU] ;-
-RED'BLUFPV Sept 16.--AVhlg- cele
bration of people .will
be 7 heldr in? this * city f on; September!? 24
for] the-* purpose /of 1 commemorating ' the
winning: of .the": first "prize Tat the recent
state f fair/: The i events will -be: made Ta"
countywide ; affair, % other Itowris ", being
asked '. to 'join ; this i ctty.*^ Secretary/ J.fAl
Fllche'r'of . the state agricultural ' society
will \u25a0 participate : In ; the celebration. ; , v
OIANTfSTORMERIRANCH' &
IS {TO BE|SUBDIVIDED
[Special Dispatch' to The Call]'/ , ,
ICOIAJSA; Sept:^. ; lo^The >: Stormer
ranch; nearjjthis ; cftjv : is' to be^subdi
,vided|int6ftracts^ali;the;way>fromiS;to
150 acres. The comprlsesl?S6o
acres ;. of • some of ' the -best \ land*, in r this
S. HOUSTON BROOKS
CLAIMED BY DEATH
Former Assistant > United States
Treasurer in City Succumbs
After Long illness
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
OAKLAND, Sept. 16.— Sam Houston
BrQoks,-- former, assistant treasurer '". of
the United States in San' Francisco, and
a prominent figure. ln the early history
fof California, : died this"; evening at his
home, 202 : East ' Twelfth \u25a0 street, after * a
aohg: illness,: at ithe* age: of 81. ;>.
Brooks ..was . born \u25a0 on "a plantation' in
Tennessee.. He, came to California by
way ;of*the"isthmus'in 1850, and settled
In Stockton. \u25a0HeiwasJone^ofJthe, first
treasurers •of J San Joaquin I county > and
subsequently state controller.. ,^He\was
an intimate ,friehdC of -Davids S.*Terry.
and would have, beeh^Terry's; second in
the famous duel, with Senator Broderlck
but for his official state position. ':>\:
:\u25a0: At the " outbreak Gof the \u25a0 civil war,
Brooks, who was an^ardent; southerner,
resigned, went'to Texas and" served as
colonel *-of : a ; confederate; regiment
through „* the J conflict,^!; Hell became, \ a
planter after the war, but soon returned
to -California,^ and -during the Comstock
days was in the stock ;br*okerage busi
ness in San Francisco. '.
President Cleveland In vhlsfirst. term
appointed Brooks to the subtreasury in.
San Francisco. ! . Subsequently.^ Brooks
was of Sari Francisco. For
the last ; three or; four years he had
been ( failing. V '^
He came to ' Oakland several months
ago to reside through the summer. Four
children survive*. They are Mr«v J. W.
Tibbatts and J. O. Rels ot San - Fran
cisco, Lucy -Brooks and Sam Brooks.
The funeral arrangements have not
been made. \u25a0 • *
RICH FIELD OF COAL '
DISCOVERED IN ALASKA
Immense Bituminous Deposit to
Be Investigated
SEWARD, Alaska, Sept. 16. — Pros
pectors returning from Knlk arm, a
branch of | Cooks inlet, report / the / dis
covery, of an imrnense;field-of bitumin
ous coal that promises to be of more
value than even -the fabulously rich
Mataniuska deposits. Alfred H. Brooks,
head of the Alaska^ mineral resources
division, of ;. the -geological survey, who
Is here, .Is taking. steps* t'o Investigate
the newfleldjthoroughly.; Brooks has
Just completed a study of the Matani
uska field and will send- an exhaustive
report to Washington.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS |
I Marriage Licenses |
-\u2666- — — — — — :—: — : — — — — — — — ' \u25a0 \u2666
The following marriage licenses were issued
in San Francisco, Friday, September 16:
APPLETON— BUTTERFIELD— WiIIiam* R, Ap- ,
pleton, 22, and SaraU A. Butterfleld, 22, both
• : of 255 Twelfth ' avenue. ,
•BAUMANX—McGUIRK— AIbert -' C. Baumann,
29, Portland, and Myrtle R. McGulrk, 25, Los
Angeles. /
BOHM— REILLY— Henry E. Bohm, 21, 559 Va-
lencia street. ; and Margaret M. Reilly, 18,
118 Anderson street. _
OASEY—HOWARD— Jeremiah , Casey, S3, and '
Anna E. Howard, 26, both of 420 Noe street.
COHEN— WASSERKRUG— IsIdor Cohen, 24, Tuc-
son, Ariz., and Bessie Wasserkrug, 20, 440S
California Btreet. ' .
COMSTOCK— CHAPMAN— AIbert J. Comstock,
- 25, ; and Cora B. Chapman, 25,' both jof 8341
Twentieth street. .
HRON— BROSCIO— Ferdinand Hron, 25, and Ma-
ria Brosclo. 32, both of 520 Vallejo street.
LIMNEU— GRUNDEL-^-JohTi I. Limnel, 37, and
. Aujfusta I). Grundel, 41, both; of Wilbur
Springs.
PALU— ESTACAILLES— Victor Palu, 36. 1341
\u25a0Fifth avenue, and Jeanne Estacailles, 32, 1524
\u25a0 1 California street.-
SCHNEIDER— VOGEIr— Samuet" H. Schneider,
27. 2835 Twenty-fourth street, and Frances B.
Vogel, 19, :\u25a0 1429 Sixteenth street. i
SYLVER—STANTON— BarthoIomew J. Sylver,
34, 1285 Howard street, and Genevleve! P.
• Stanton, 21, 64 Whitney street. <
TILLMAN— MOSS— ieopoId Tillmtn,-. 35, 709
Buchanan Btreet,. and Ruby A. Moss, 26, Ter-
minal j Island. ' ;• •
Birth, marriage and death notices sentjff mail
will not be insertrd. They must be handed In. at
either of the publication offices and be Indorsed
with the name and residence of persons author-
ised to have the \u25a0 same published. "Notices re-
stricted simply to the announcement of the event
are published once in this column free of charge.
BIRTHS ~~
HAMILTON— In this city, September 15, 1910,
to the wife of Walter J." Hamilton, a daughter.
MARRIAGES
BLANCHARD— MILLER— -In ISan Rafael. Sep-
tember 13, 1910, by the Rev. Clarence H.
Stevens, George Norman "Blanchard of San
- Francisco . (formerly of Oakland) ' and Ada
"Louise Miller of Santa Rosa..; , \u25a0 '
DICKIESON— WILKINS— In thLs city. September
14, 1910, : by the ; Rev. E. P. Dennett, Seward
E. Dicklesoivand Fredrlca H. Wiltins, both of
;•; San ; FranclSco. ;.: \u0084 .' ' ;_-. .'.-.•.."
McARTHUR— -WHIPPLE— In this city, Septem-
" ber 15, 1910, by • the ' Rev. Elmer Grant Keith
of Ashbury Methodist Episcopal church." George
Frederick McArthur-and Florence Judith. Whip-
pie, both of San Francisco. *\u25a0 1 X L
NEAC— BRAY— In this city,- September 6, 1910.
by the Rev. John S. Troxell,' pastor of Epworth
Methodist ; Episcopal church. A. rA. Neal and
2* Mary L." Bray, both of San Francisco. .; r ;
SPITZER— KEEHN— In this" city,! September 14.
1910, byi the Rer. John S. Troxell, : paster «f
Epworth Methodist • Episcopal : church, John \u25a0G.
. ; Spitzer • and, Maude " E. , Keehn, 1 ? both of, San
: : Francisco. :''.''.-\ J ' .'.,.' : ./\u25a0\u25a0',-..\u25a0' : - •...-" " -*
REMUS-^BIGGS— In- this . city. September 15.
'\u25a0 :1910; by ithe Rev. -John S.v Troxell. pastor of
the Epworth Methodist iEpincopal" church, Emll
?cC.ifßemus'and? c C. ifRemus ' and Marguerite May : - Biggs,- both , of
San Francisco? -: -
DEATHS i
Booth. Henry M-... 1 O'Brien, Dennis T. : 58 j
Brooker, Mary ..... 41 Ohlerich, Catherlna.. 58 j
; Brooks. . Sam H . . . : . 81 Putica, Mary : ....... 1 j
.Cole, v Eugenia 1...'. '.'\u25a0 — Reisch, John 't:?.\l'i 43 1
"Coleman, i Charles '.: 58 Rosengarn, -Henry ...R5 1
Corcoran, John " C. : ;* 9 Scherr. -Edward'-'. ... 61
Cosgrove, -John . F*.: — SchmitMr,* Wilma'-.\ 3
Fahnlng. Herman •\u25a0."..' 60 Sherry j -\. .. .'..(lnfant)
Gove,~ Andrew- J. . . ;77 Skehan, ilary. . .'. .".V 63 I
Gregg. William M.; 23 Bkelton, Lauron B.: 35 ]
Hammond,^ Anna^E. \u25a0*!) Starr, s Elizabeth.... 89
, Howard/; Annie .*...— Thomas .......(Infant)
Johnson, Augusta VW. - 75 Vanlna, & Peter ; J. . . . 17 !
Kunigk, Rudolph .*';.. '65 Welsh, Almira ; M.. 70 ]
T^zanor CarlosA.V. 59 Wllliamß, Cceilia S. 75 j
Miller, Robert .;..*. 52 Wiloon, Ellen. :z — !
Morton, Ju1ia:......'"' — Witts,: William ... 62;
Murphy," TliomaH'..; 50 .*i-'i-'C. i--— — \u25a0 . : \ \u25a0• '\u0084'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
.O'Callaghau, Come- • Levy ......;. ..^(Card)
i\;liusr-..-r..U. :.....— ;--j ;.; V • . : '- \u25a0' ' '\u25a0"•\u25a0.
BOOTH— In this city, September 16, 1910.' Henry
" MichacJ,' ! -beloved sop of Joseph J. and Elizabeth
>, Booth, and brother of Mary,- Joseph, 'Albert and j
-i' Josephine =: Booth; ,a ; native of V San Francisco,
. Cal.,: aged _l; year. ;; .. ; ' - ; t|
BROOKER--In this' city. September 1 15. , 1010, " j
\ Mary, -± beloveds wife ,of thei,late ; Gustavus j
' Brooker; i and £ beloved - mother sof 'Annie, \ Vic-
toria." Augustus and, Irving Brooker,; a*. nativa j
;, of ! London," Eng.;': aged 41? years 9. months 'and
6:days.;" :\u25a0<• \u25a0->\u25a0.\u25a0;\u25a0.."'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- -.\u25a0:."*\u25a0'»' "'-" '-' \u25a0 ; : ; v 7 \u25a0 :
- \u25a0 Friends > ami \u25a0- acquaintances J ara .respectfully
.Invited* to ; attend .the funeral today (Sat-
,' :•: • urday );, at \u25a0- 2 ; o'clock =. p.': m.~, •:\u25a0' from i the parlors
?\u25a0 of -• Halsted \ & :. Co., v 924 J Fillmore ; street: In-
"rfterment^Cypres si Lawn' cemetery. |"^ ~ , ' .- \u25a0
BROOKS-^-In 5 Oakland.iCal^ September : 16, 19io.
" Sam-~ Houston * Brooks, s beloved : father : bf : Mr?.
- .T. ; W. Tibbattcr, Mrs. J.:. O. ; Rels,* Lucy C, and
'"-\u25a0"; Sam .• H. t Brooks ; Jr.V- a , native* of
\u25a0 '"-. agcd>sr^year»;i.^;-; 7 : \u25a0;' "-•'•:\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-,":'' \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0<%-\u25a0
-Notice- of thereafter. >•?' '\u25a0', ?
COLE-^-In >-1 Callstoga*? Marin 4 county ,"i September
: • '- 13, - 1910/; Eugenia < Irene : Cole, ' wife of . the late
E Dr. 4 R.l Beverly ' Cole, 5 ; and mother of . Mrs. ; E. ! I.
V*i Seilcken « and .Mrs. : I. ;A. ; Sclung,- and ' grand-
Vmother of Mrs.: N.'H.* Doss,: Miss S. H s ' Home
>» and \u25a0> Miss *• Thclka SeHcken, 1 a i native ; of Phila-
o delphia,- Pa. '. • ,: . .''"\u25a0'.'\u25a0 '-. ' \u25a0 '
COLEMAN— In this cityi ;\u25a0 September : 14, % 191 O .:
\u25a0 : . Charles s Coleman.', dearly "• beloved .* husband of
.'--*\u25a0 Julia 1': Coleman, ;- loving |» I atber/bf > Mrs. > Theo
>'i Kershtand.^and* brother L : of .Mrs.s L> Peiser^ of
i Virginia I City, s *- Nev.7>and r the ?.late;s Barnett
\u25a0 ('oleni an ,'f andl n 1 Dele ; of i Jlrf.7 Marcus IWol f , and
-A Hurry/ Colenmn,"H a 5 native of,- Germany,'? aged 5S
v ; years. <! (Reno, ; Nev;," ; and • New - York ; city * pa-
Jy pers i please j copy:) f<> r V- •'\u25a0\u25a0"":. .*' - • \u25a0\u25a0" \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 >
">~-t ? Friends S are $- respectfully " invjted .to " attend
the if uneral i tomorrow 1 (Sunday) ;? September ' 18,"
:; -at rlOo'clock'a.'m^fromtthe .parlors of ;Thto- 1
NEW DIOCESE IS
PLAN OF CHURCH
Episcopal .Convocation of North
ern California to Meet at
Santa Rosa
-*.\u25a0\u25a0- \u25a0 - \u25a0 \u25a0 «
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
"SANTA ROSA. Sept. 16.— The convo-
cation of the Episcopal l church of
northern California will meet here next
week for a three days' "session In the
Church of Incarnation, Rev. Archdeacon
George E Swan, re,ctor. .It Is desired
by* a large majority of the member
ship of the church' to have the district
created into a diocese. y .
V Bishop ,W.- H. Moreland will preside
at'^ the 'i convocation, and if a new dio
cese ,is created it is expected that he
wiir.be chosen" presiding bishop.
\u25a0Many;: matters of routine interest to
the church will be considered and there
will also be meetings of the women's
auxiliaries. The program as arranged
for the sessions is as follows:
OFFICIAL, PROGRAM
TUESDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBEE 20
Opening service, 7:45. Ercnia? prayer. Annual
address of the bishop. Appointment s>t the com
mittee oa credentials; 9 to 11, social hours. Re
ception to- bishop and delegates by the people
of SoaU Rosa. —
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
Holy communion. oa. m. Roll call. 10 a. m..
followed •by election of a secretary and report
of committees and officers of the district. 12
noon, \u25a0 luncheon. - *
• WEDNESDAY APTERNOOX : -'^
2 o'clock," special ordtr oi the day, the report
of tho Episcopal trustees and tho procedure
toward tho organization of a diocese.
WEDNESDAY EVENING
t :S0 o'clock, quiet hour, with derotional ad
dresses by Very Rer. J. B. Gresham. deaa of
Grcc© cathedral, San Francisco.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
7:30 a. m., holy communion; 9 a. in.. morn-
Ins prayer. - Election of delegates to the general
convention and officers of the new diocese. Re
port of brotherhood meeting at Portland, Dean
J. R. Atwill.
» THURSDAY AFTERNOON
t •'clock, woman's auxiliary Joint meeting:
annual . reports of officers. Special reports on
united offerings by Mrs. Daniel Mills, junior
anriliary by Mrs. Jeannette Merritt, new year
program by Mrs. J. S. Pierce. Work among
mountaineers, by Mrs. Maslln of. Hankow.
THURSDAY EVENING
7:30 o'clock, missionary meeting. Addresses by
Rer. B. E. Diggs. R«?t. J. M. Wright. Rer. Mr.
Barrett, Re-r. Paul Maslln.
LIST OF DELEGATES
\u25a0 : : The indications are that there will be
a very large attendance at the sessions.
The official list of delegates as far as
reported in addition to the clergy Is as
follows:
Auburn— W. B. Lardner, F. P. Tuttle. F.
Billson.
Benlcia — Not Reported.
Clorerdale— Mrs. M. J. Field. Miss Gertrude
Booth, F. W. Brush. J. Caldwell.
Chico— Not reported. ; .
Colusa — Not reported.
dor Dierks & Co.. 000 DeTiaadero street corner
o/ McAllister. Interment Salem cemetery, by
11 :30 a.m. train from Third and Townsend
. streets. • .
CORCOHAN— In this city, September 16, 1910,
Johtf Clarence, son ot J. H. and Mary K.
Coworan. . *nd brother of ~ Eugene Corcoran, a
! native of San Francisco, aged a years and 3
. months.
COSGBOVE— In this city. September 16. 1910,
at his residence, 157 Central avenue, John F..
; dearly beloved husband of Mary A. Cosgrove,
and father of Frank and George CosgroT*.
and belored son of Catherine Cossrove. and
brother of James Cosgrove, a native of San
I Francisco.
Kotice of funeral hereafter.
FAHNING^-ln this city,. at the city *nd,county
hospital, September 18, 1910. Herman Fanning,
a nativ» of Germany, aged 60 years.
GOVE— In thig city. September 16, 1910, Andrew
J. Gove, beloved father of Alice Gove, a native
of Boston, Mass, aged 77 years.
GREGG— in this city. September 18. 1910. at
his late residence. 23S Oak street. William M..
dearly beloved son of Kate and the late M. E.
Gregg, and brother of Edward J. Gregg and
Mrs. C. H. Walsh, a native of San Jo«e, Cal.,
aged 23 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter. '\u0084*>
HAMMONB— In Oakland/ Cal.. September 16.
1910, Anna E., beloved wife of H. A. Ham-
mond, beloved daughter of Mrs. Helen Harges,
and sister of Fred and William Harges, a na-
tive of San Francisco, Cal., aged 40 year?"ll
months and 22 days.
HOWARD— In this city. September 14. 1910.
Annie, dearly beloved wife of Patrick Howard,
devoted mother of Mrs. Charles E. Anderson.
Mrs. George McGreevy. Mrs. P. Benedetti
and the late James and Josephine Howard, and
sister of Mrs. H. Miles asd Mrs. J. Fagan. a
native of Ireland. .
; x The funeral will be beM today (Satur-
day), at 9 a. m., from her late residence,
430 Texas -. street, thence to St. Teresa's
. church,' where a reqnlem nigh mass will b«
celebrated for the repose of her noul, com-
mencing at 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
cemetery. ,
JOHNSON— In this city. September 15. 1910. Aa-
gusta W. Johnson, beloved mother ot the late
Josephine Johnson and Lonise Peterson, a na-
tive of Sweden, aged 75 years 6 months and
13 days.'. * . ' .
. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services this day
(Saturday), at l:3o'p. m., at the parlors of
Meßrearty & McCormlck, 915 Valencia street
. near Twentieth. Incineration, private.
KTTNIGK— In this city. September 14. 1910, Ru-
dolph Kunigk. father *f Rudolph Kunlgk, a
native of Koenigsberg, Germany, aged 65
years.\ . ;
Friends i and acquaintances are respectfully
,' Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sun-
day), at 10 o'clock a.m., from the funeral
parlors of the H. F. Ma ass company. 1335
Golden Gate avenue near Flllmore street. In-
terment Mount- Olivet cemetery, by 11:30
o'clock train 'from Third and Townsend streets.
LOZANO— In this city, September 15. 1910. Car-
los A. Lozano, a native of Portugal, aged 59
years. ..
Remains at - the : parlors of Halsted & Co.,
.924 Flllmore street.
MILLER— In this city, September 16. 1910, Rob-
crt Miller, a native of Germany, aged 52
years. A member of Brotherhood of Teamsters
No. S3.' ' \u25a0 ' _ , ::-- ;;.;-. -.
Friends and acquaintances are \u25a0 respectfully
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sun-
day), at 1 o'clock p.. m., from the parlors of
Gantner Brothers, 3460 Sixteenth street be-
. tween Church and Sanchez. Interment Mount
; Olivet cemetery, by carriages.
MORTON— In this city, September 16. 1910.
Julia, dearly, beloved wife of T. H. Morton,
loving mother of Mildred and Edna Morton,
beloved daughter of the late F. and Rose
Trlcbcr, anil beloved sister of Jake W., Al-
bert.. Conrad and Rebecca Trieber and- Mrs.'
| George H..Seelij», a native of San Francisco.
MURPHY— In this; city. September 14. 1910.
Thomas Murphy, a native of Ireland., aged 50
years. A member of the riggers* and steve-
|\u25a0' ;dores* union. /"
| Friends and acquaintances are respectfnlly
; invfted -,-". to attend the funeral today, (Sat-
! urday),- at 1 p.\ m., v from" the parlors of the
• United . Undertakers, 2606 Howard street near
I Twenty -second. Interment Holy Cross ceme-
tery. . ;..,-^ .- -....:
O'CAIXAGHAN— Iq this i city; September 15.
1910, Cornelius. - beloved : husband of the lute
Ellen O'Callagban, a native of County Cork,
Ireland." \u0084 •\u25a0 v•-.-;v •-.-;- .
Friends and ' acquaintances ' are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral today (Satur-
day), *\u25a0 September 17, 1910. at 8:30 o'clock
: a. m.. from. the parlors of McAvoy.A O'Hara,
2224 Market - street near Fifteenth. theDce to
Mission: Dolores church, where a mass will be
celebrated rfor the . repose of his soul, com-
- menclnjcsat 9 a. m. ' Interment Holy Crosa
O'BRIEN— At Bartlett Springs, Cal.^ September
.'".\u25a0. 12,M910, Dennis T. O'Brien, beloved cousin of
May : Murphy Larrabee, a native of Boston.
- Mass., aged 58 years. .~\\u25a0. ~ . - ,
'.% -;" Friends ( and acquaintances are respectf nlly
~- ; invited to attend the fnneral , today (Sat-
I \u25a0 urday), September ,'l7, 1910, at 8:30 o'clock
a. - m.. from the \u25a0 funeral parlors of the H. F. .
Maass company. 1335 Golden Gite avenue -near
; Fillmore street. thence ,to * Sacred Heart
'Church. I Fell .and Fillmore streets, 'where a
requiem hiah mass for the repose of his soui
/.will Jbeicelebrated.i commencing at 9'o'clock.
- Interment ; Holy .^Cross ' cemetery. -
OHLERICH— At rest, in th is city. September 15."
*Sl9lO. : Catheriua - M.t belovedlwife of Charles
\u25a0 . Ohleri^h, ; and *: loving * mother •\u25a0 of "Jennie - A:. ,
- : Edward A." and \u25a0 Charles '\u25a0 D. . Ohlerich.' a native
:. of, Kiel, 'Germany, aged. 5S years 9 months and
: -27: days.; v;-.- -, : .:,-.-. : V;;_ \u25a0' \u25a0-:\u25a0:..". _ : ... ;\u25a0 .-.
".\u25a0"'\u25a0\u25a0 Friends \u25a0 and acquaintances j are respectfully
f: > invited ,to :\u25a0\u25a0 attend .-. the ; : funeral i : today ( Sat-
; . urday) ,",- at i 2 p.\ m., \u25a0"\u25a0 from her - late residence.
: 935 Guerrero street ; between - Twenty-flrst and
-5 Twenty-second.^; lncineration, L* 0. " O. F. cerne-
i -i tery^Ti Please omit; flowers. :
PTJTlCA— ln' this city. September IG. 1910. Mary.
V- beloved \u25a0 daughter iof - John :' and - Uadw-la va Pu-
f \u25a0 tica, ; a : native •\u25a0 of- San ' Francisco, aged 1 ' year
i%l 1- month; and "J9 days.".
REISCH — In \ this { city, at the ci ty anil cJunty
; Septembec 16, ; l!>10. " John " Reiscu, a
V native 1 of Lusomberg," aged 43; years.
ROSENGARN— In this city, September*^ 16, IOIoJ
-J' Henry,";' beloved \u25a0•> father -of \u25a0-: Lillie • Rosengarn,
, ; and ; beloved > brother *of • John ,- H." Ro«en(rarn,
1 . and -devoted uncle: of : Walter « J."' Roseugaru,
Absolutely Pure
The only baking powder
made from Royal Grapo
Cream of Tartar
No Alum, No Lime Phosphate
. Cornins— James Cockroft. R. B.
Elk Grore — Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Miller.
Eureka — Josiah Bell, John S. Connick, Captain
A. C. Tlbbitta. U. It. Georgeson, C. U. Wright.
Folsom — Not reported.
Fort Brags— F. C. White. J. G. French, B. D,
Swules, J. E. Weller. F. Armstrong.
Gait — Miss GeneTleT* Harrey.
Grass Valley — Not reported. U . -
Jackson — Uarrey Masno. W. Sf. Penrr Jn.
Mrs. Schwartz. Mrs. Fisher. Mrs. Shea. '
Loomift— R. M. Niton. Mrs. R. M. NUon. M 1»
Alice Shaw, Tbomad Hunf^p Mrs. Thomas
Hunter.-
MarysTille^ — Dr. Gcorso Worthington, Waldo
S. Johnson.
• Napa — Not reported.
Nevada City — P. E. Morgan. F. W. Marvel.
W. G. Richards, George M. Otrden. B. Tremais.
Oak Park — James Rutherford. Jesse Ruther
ford. W. MacConnell. D. Dolly. Mrs. Weaker.
Placerrflle— A. B. Goud. F. F. Barse. W. F.
Bray. Mrs. W. F. Fairchid.
Petalnma — W. F. Farrell. Georjrs B. Murphy.
Mrs. E. Denman, Mrs. Charles Northup. Mrs. F.
H. Denman.
Sacramento — H. Goodwin, Mrs. J. Poors and
Mrs. Geary. St. Paul's; Declares Meld tnd
Arthur We»ton. Trinity. x
Suisnn — Not reported. •
St. Helena — Not reported.
Santa Rosa — Not reported.
I'lclah — Not reported.
Vallejo — George Wenisrer. Stephen W. Dom
lass, Dri and Mrs. W. E. Downing, Mrs. T. P.
Boyd.
Wheatland — M. D. Dowan». J. F. Baum. Mm.
J. F. Baum. Mrs. R. F. Durst. Mrs. J. M. Brock.
" Woodland — C. W. Bush, C. Q. Nelson, George
Merritt. J. H. Taylor.
Yreka — Not reported.
Sntter Creek — -Sirs. Downs, Mrs. Simmons.
Vacaville— V. E. Hartley. Dr. H. P. Palmer.
Mrs. W. S. Kininj^worth. Mrs. W. E. Lawr<mc».
Ororille — John Myers. J. T. Blnet. Mrs. T. B.
Reardon, Mr* I. A. Hills. >
HIGHWAYMAN KILLS CHINESE— Bisbee.
Ariz., Sept. 16. — A masked highwayman robbed
two Chinese as they were taking tneir T«r
etables to market this morning. kllllßS one and
badly woundinjr the other.
-and brother in law of the lat» Ansa Ro#en-
ffarn. a native of Germany, aged 85 years and
• 22 days.
FrittiiU and acquaintance* are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow <Sun-
«lay), September 13. 1910. at 2 o'clock p. m..
from the parlors of Valente, Marlnl. Malrala
' A Co.. 34-43 Mission street above Talrtieth.
Interment Woodlawn cemetery, by electric
funeral car leaving Valencia and Twenty-
eighth streets, at 2:45 o'clock p. m.
SCHERR— In this city. September 14, 1910. Ed-
ward, beloved husband of the late Abbie WoM-
brlge Seherr, a nattvn of Ilanover. Germany,
aged 61 yeara 4 months and 23 days.
SCHMITZER— la this city. v September 13. 1910.
>vllma E. G.. dearly beloved daughter of Fer-
dinand and Emma Schmltzer, and sister of
Anita. William, Fred and Erwln Schmltier,
a native of San Francisco, Cal.. aged 3 years
o months and 12 days.
SHERRY— la this city. September 13. 1910.
James 8.. dearly beloved sou of Thomas and
the late Annie Sherry, a native of Saa Fran-
cisoo. aged 1 month and 2 days.
SKEHAJI— In this city, September 14. 1910.
Mary, beloved wife of the lat» Henry J.
Skehan* and lovingr sister of Mrs. Ellen Kea-
nealv and the late Sirs. D. O'Leary. a native,
of the parish of Ballydoaahne, County Kerry.
Ireland, aged 65 years.
Friends and acquaintances are re*p«ctftill»
Invited to attend the fuaeral today (Sat-
urday), September 17. 1910. at 9 o'clock
a. m.. from tho parlors ot Carew £ English
181S Geary street, thenca to Sacred Heart
church, where a solemn iequiem high mass
will be celebrated for the s c ot her soul,
commencing at 9:45 a. m. Interment Holy
Cross cemetery, by carriage*.
SKELTON— In this city. September 13. 1910.
Lauron B. Skelton. beloved brother of Mr*.
Emile Adet, a native of California, aged 35
years.
Remains at the parlors of Meßrearty & Mc-
Cormick. 915 Valencia street near Twentieth.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
STASR — In this city. September Id. 1910. Eliza-
beth, beloved wife of William Starr, and lov-
ing" mother of Elizabeth Townley, James Starr,
Agnea Laydon and the late Nicholas and Wil-
liam Stare, a native of Ireland, aged S9
years 10 months and 4 days.
; Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains at the
residence of her daughter. Mrs. Darby Laydon.
1522 Golden Gate avenue.
THOMAS — In this city, September 13. 1910.
Elizabeth Thomas, dearly beloved daughter of
John and -tho lat* Rosle Thomas, and beloved
sister of «John Thomas Jr., a native of San
Francisco, aged 4 month* and 13 days.
VAKINA— In Oakland. Cal.. September 1«. lOlf*.
Peter James Vanlna. beloved son of Mrs. G.
Vanina. and brother of Mrs. J. Pereira and
Jennie and Adelina ' Vanlna. a natlv« of Butte.
Mont., aged 17 years 8 months and 8 days.
WELSH— In this city. September 15. 1910, Al-
mira M. Welsh, a native of Massachusetts,
aged 70 years 6 months and "S days.
WILLIAMS— In Saa Rafael.* September 16. U>lO,
Ocllla S.. widow of the lata Frink Williams.
,and dearly beloved mother of Joseph P. and
the late John F. Williams and Mrs. M. J.
Caseres. Mrs. E. Sargent.' Mrs. A. Enos and
Mrs. G. Todaro. a native of County Mayo, Ire-
land, aged 75 years. \ -_\u25a0
Notice of funeral hereafter.^
WILSO2J-i.« Wljran. ' Emr.. August 20. 1910;
Ellen, beloved wife of Jam« 9 A. Wilson, and
mother of Albert. Raymond and Robert Wil-
son, a native of England.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend -th* funeral tomorrow (Sun-
day), at 2 (O'clock p.' m.. from the Mlasloa
Masonic temple. 26^6 Mission street between
Twenty-second and • Twenty-third, under th«
auspices of Mlssioo.'chapter No. 133. O. E. S.
MISSION CHAPTER NO. 155. O. E. S.—
Officers and members. are requested to attend
the funeral*; of f>ir late sister. Past Worthy
Matron Ellen" Wilson, tomorrow ' (Sunday), at
l:.".f> o'clock p. in., from Mission Masonic ball.
266S Mission Btreet. By order of th« W.^tf.
; JOSEPHINE C. BACKUS. Secretary.
WITTS— In this city. September 13. 1910. Wll-
llam.\ beloved husband of Emma Witts. «a«l
father of William J. Witts and Mrs. A!I«w
Creba, Mrs. Nellie E»l«r and Theodore Witts,
and brother of Mrs. Elizabeth Hardy and Mr*.
Erail Ilillman • and " Harry Witts and Loni*
Witts of Sydney.' Australia. \u25a0 a native of Wol-
virhampton. England, aged 62 years 3 mouth*
and 27 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services Monday.
- September 19. 1910. at -l:3O o'clock p. m..
from St.", Stephen's Episcopal church. Fulton
street near Flllmore. Interment Cypress Lawn
cemetery, by electric funeral car from Thir-
teenth and West Mission street.
BCRXABY LODGE NO. 194. ORDER SON 3
OF ST.: GEORGE— Officers and member* are
hereby 1 notified to attend the fuaeral of our
late brother. William Witts, from St. Ste-
phen** .'Episcopal ehorch. Fulton, street near
Fillmore. on Monday, September 19, at 1:30
o'clock p. m.
/ W. CLARKE, Worthy President.
P. C. WOODHOUSE. Worthy Secretary.
CAED OF THANKS.
LEVY— The family of the late Marcu? Levy
extend their thank \u25a0» to sympathizing friends
• during their bereavement.- and wish t» «m»v
. to ' the member* of Congregatlm Beth I.<ri««
- that,' the; omission of the consrr»gatl'>n 'v 'h<»
\u25a0dally .'press -was not sanctioned by the famllj.
INDEPENDENT OF THE TRUST
Sevehty-FiVe Dollars
I Wllili FTTB^ISH
HEARSE, TWO CARRIAGES, EM3ALHING,
SHRQUO AND CLOTS COVERED CASKET
JULIUS S.TGODEAU
Moved to main efne«.Vfl : Vaij Nes« ay. T*L
Market 711. connecting all departments.
\u25a0-i Branchen— 3os Montgomary ay. Oakland. 1305
FiaakUa st.: t*L Oakland 40*5. Los Anxelea."
527-. South Fliruero* St.* -
Auto Ambulances aad CarriasM for Hire.
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