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FRAUD IS CHARGED
BY SHARE HOLDERS
American Guarantee and Secur
]\u25a0\u25a0 ity Company Made Defend
ant in Suit
.Charges of fraud and violations of
trust are made against the American
guarantee and security company, "of
California in a suit broughtby several
SBhare holders yesterday, the main ac
cusation being that the company re
-fuses to issue bonds for which it has
been paid.
\u25a0;. The olairr. of the plaintiffs is that
they were induced to buy bonds of the
company on the Installment plan, pay
ing |1 a week; but that after $500
had been paid, the price for a bond.
the defendant refused to issue the
bonfl. A further claim Is that the di
rpctors and managers of the company
took tbe slightest pretext to declare
v.nndp forfeited nnd that the leasl varl
,-uion from the rules of the concern re
sulted in the Installments of the past
b<»sr>g lost to the purchaser.
y.The plaintiffs are C. L. Knight. Jo
fieph A. Souza. George T. Morris. Fran
ces Speed. Oliver E. Toye. Mrs. A. B.
Cusark. Ella Cusack. George F. Elliott.
.Ethel Prince. Nick Prenecher and Ma
mie A. FiMtter. Named as directors
and defendants are E. R. Hayden, Wil
iiarii Edwards. H. L. Turpin! E. B. de
\ Gol, E. dp Solia. A. B. Ruggles and Tru
mjyi nerves. The plaintiffs ask that a
receiver be appointed and an account
ing had.
E. R. Hayden. one of the directors,
declared that the trouble was brought
about by a difference as to when the
bonds matured.
"The bonds were issued according to
the contract," he said, "but they are
not mature as yet. The claim that
those who have .paid in smnll instal
ments lose their Savings for the slight
est infraction Is false. We allow six
x-'eeks to pay up and then forfeit the
bonds, returning the^monoy minus the
ordinary office expenses."
PARTRIDGE TO PRESIDE
AT WORLD CONFERENCE
International Humane Societies
; Honor San Franciscan
: \u25a0; John Partridge, president of the San
..Francisco society for the prevention
-. n-f crurJty to animals has accepted the
. ttlegrraphlc invitation of President Wil
:.it.ani O. Stillman of the American hu
r,:taane association, to preside for one
; w:.ny at the international human confer
>**«e t*> be held at Washington, D. C,
.; ip... October.
...^\u25a0A different officer or leading mem
"•E^r of the humanitarian societies
.frhroughout.the T'nited States will pre
:;*tfle rach day of the convention and
.President Stillman said that he was
.e^ppciaily anxious to have the Pacific
, • coast rpprps*»nt cd.
ivvit President Taft. honorary president of
.the conference, will be at one of the
..• Fpysions and among others will be
<: ; Alfred TTagstaff of tl^e New York so
-ciety and Dr. F. H. Rowley of the
...Massachusetts society.
AMUSEMENTS
Last* Day Today ! ~ Last Night, Tonight, !
-
Pacific Coast Electrical Exposition
MOST COMPLETE ASSEMBLAGE OP ELECTRICAL. DEVICES
EVER SHOWN I.V AMERICA
NEW COLISEUM
Baker Street*, bet*. Fell and Oak
A liberal education in the selfipce of electricity. The most gorgeously
UluminatPd' interior, showing; every style of lamp and searchlight.
DON'T MISSTHE LAST NIGHT v
ADMISSION. 50 CEXTS
Children Under 10 Yearn Half Prlee
C A 1 ksl Sutler and Stciner
\u25a0. : ; ;Ut*Or6LU l\ Home Phone S-4242
\u25a0".',. BELASCO & MAVHR. Qirneris and Managers.
\u25a0•:'\u25a0\u25a0•. •\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 .'matinee today and tomorrow
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-.:\u25a0 \u25a0 tonight and tomorrow night
\u25a0 \u25a0' '\u25a0\u25a0 Last Timf-s of
." .:• T.K~fne Waiter's Fotrerful Play.
THE WOLF
\u25a0.'••;• A Drgraatic Story of tk» Canadian Woods.
; . PHICES— McIit. 2r< to $1; Mat.. 25c to 50c
;•:; "--".Seata for eale et Box Office and Emporium.
:'-/*NSXT WEEK — Cbacnin? Pollock's Comedy Gem.
fCLOTHES"
...'• -A New York Suer*s». Ita FlrKt Time Here.
AT 2:15 SHARP
TONIGHT st f-.IN. No Sunday pprfocmance.
SECOKD VTZEK BEGINS MONDAY.
Matinw* Wpdncftday and Saturday.
:•'". DAVID BELASCO Prewnt*
CDAIUPITC? CTADD
eltAElbLy dlnlin
: " In EUGENE WALTER'S Greatest Play.
THE EASIEST WAY
;-•• ,'\u25a0'.\u25a0 tA%t Time Next Saturday Nlirhtl
'.'YIMING— TIKNRY MILLEB in the Comedy,
'kVr mSBANDS WIFE." ~
Telcsrapn «^ 56th. Oakland.
Bring tbe Children Today
. Mate a day of ft. Picnic «n the rronnds or
'--:fcMcb Jit tb«» Restaurant .
•'•pc^nic R. 11. Bfars Kandßoxe*
'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0_ Mprry <io Round Donkey* - Swing*'
} focbl Whirl Monfcers Aoto Conree
"• Slountein Slide Rapids M«2e*
>.T.obo?jrßn Prairie Schooner Hand
• SO ACRES OF TUN MAKING MACHINERY.
.;'.'- Laugb Produrrrn Galore — Make a day of it.
"'.-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
\u25a0 Safest and Most Magnificent Theater la America
JtATIHEE TOD AT AM> EVERT DAY -
EVEEY EVENING AT 8:15
ARTISTIC VAUDEVILLE
DIKKELSPIEL'S CHRISTMAS, by GEORGE V.
lIOBART. as Presented at the LcmbV dab
Gambol, New York; LINTOJf and LAURENCE.
: ia 'The Piano Store";' WATERBURY BROS.
Wd TENNY; LANS and O'DONNELL; HIGH
-J'lfE IN JAIL; COVINGTON and WrLBUK;
yhvß RIAXOS; NEW ORPHEUM MOTION
\u25a0"' PICTURES. Last Week. Immense Sensation of
BAMESL'S, the Eryptkn Wonder Worker.
-;• Erenins Price*— loc. 25c, 60c," 75c. Box Seats.
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"'* 1. 00. Matinee Price* (Except Sundays and
Holidays)— loc, 25c, 50c. -:,
FSOSEB: DOX7GLAS 70; HOKZ CIS7O. . '
GUARD TO ESCORT
FUGITIVES TO POST
Negro and Keeper Who Fled
From Presidio Are Kept
in Prison
William Spillman, the negro who es
caped from the detention ward of the
general hospital at the Presidio . sev
eral ago, and his keeper, Forrest
Brooks, who went with him, will be
brought back to this city, today by a
special guard of four men. The guard
will leave Monterey early this morning
to take charge of the prisoners who
have been held at the Presidio' there
since they were captured Thursday
night.
The following letter was sent to the
Presidio authorities by' Time Keeper
Kelly, who Identified the men from The
Call description:
This is to notify you concerning the cap
tnre of Bpillman. . the negro convict, and
Trlrate F. W. Brook, his guard.
The men applied for work yesterday aft
ernoon «nd I at oace recognized them by
de^prtptirms furnished in The Call.
I MTe th»m an order on the hotel for
supper end lunch to be eaten at night, so
a* to hold them.
I then had them placed at work where
they could be easily apprehended and then
phoned the military authorities at Mon
t«rey. expecting they would send a detail
for them. Instead they phoned tbe cItII
authorities «t Salinas to arrest them.
The sheriff and two men came wit at 10
o'clock last nlcht. and I took them to the
place where Brook and Snlllman were work
inxr and placed them mider arrect.
I did not and do not know now whether
any reward is offered for the capture of
these men, hut if euch be' tbe 'care I be
lieve 1 should be entitled to same. Tours
truly. E. M. KELLY, Time Keeper.
September 23. 1910. .
• •*' ' • ,
Target practice by the Sixtieth com
pany, coast artillery corps; under the
command of Captain T. Q. Ashburi},
with the 5 Inch guns of Battery Bou
telle, was postponed again yesterday
because of the fog on the bay. The
practice will be held Monday morning.
Colonel John A. Lundeen. command
ing officer of the Presidio, returned
with other field officers" yesterday, hav
ing completed" the 90 mile test ride.
Colonel Lundeen said that lie felt no
ill effects from the test
The One Hundred and Fifty-eighth
company, coast artillery corps, is ex
pected to move Into Ittf new barracks
at Fort Winfield Scott within the next
few days.
Major George Blakely, inspector gen
eral, who started on the annual tour of
inspection of the post here, has com
pleted his visit at Fort Miley.
Major Blakely and Colonel Clarence
Deems will take the test walk instead
of the test ride.
Major T. F. Bratton of the medical
corps. Fort Dcs Moines, la., registered
at headquarters yesterday. He is visit
ing here during leave of absence and
Is staying at the Stewart hotel.
Troop M of the" First cavalry, under
the command of Captain. Herbert J.
Brees, will leave for Fort Duchesne.
GARRICK THEATER g^S
BEVANI GRAND OPERA COMPANY
| MATINEE TODAY
"CAVALLERIA RURTICANA"
With Frfry. De Dreux. Giuliani and Seccl
Torsi. Followed by "I'PAGLIACCI," with
Francini, De Drenx, Sacchetti. Campana and
Seccl Corel.
TONIGHT— "LUCIA"
With Vicarino, Newcombe. Battain, Giuliani,
Albertl and B«>Tanl. Tomorrow Matinee,
fMARTTJA." Tomorrow Night. "IL TUO-
VATOR.E.'%
- NEXT WEEK— Monday and Wednpsday
Nljrhts, "I^OVE TALES OF HOFFMAN"
TlztKt Time»>; Tuesday Nlpht "RIGO-
LETTO 1 '; Thornday Nljrht and Saturday
Matinee. "LA BOHEME."
Referred Seats 25c, 000. 75c, $1. At Sher-
man, Clay & Co.'*. - Kearny. and Ratter sts.
Box Ofßre tomorrow at Garrick Theater.
I - ©. LOV ERICH, MANA&EAi
Ellis St. Ne*r FUlmore — Class A Theater.
HATINEE TODAY AKD TOMOH.ROW
TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NIGHT
LAST 4 TIMES
Faretrell to
FERRIS HARTMAN -
In the First Production on Any Stage of
THE CAMPUS
A Rah-Rab Musical Compdy in Three Yells
By Walter do Leon.
NIGHT PRICES— 2Sc, Me, 75c.
SAT. AND SUN. MAT PRICES— 2Sc and 50c.
\u25a0 mm^m^nttiM . Home - J2522
Katmee Today— Last Tim« Tonight
MARGARET ILLfNGTON
—IN— .
«U>TII^ ETERNITY"
Seats at the Theater and Emporium.
Starting Tomorrow, Sunday Erenins.
Ffgfl Walker Whiteside
tw-1 "The Melting Pot"
LURLINE
BUSH AND LARKIN STS. -
OCEAN WATER. BATHS
SNfiaajstlms «*d Tab B«th» ',
Salt water direct from "\u25a0" th* ' ocean. Open
e»ery daf and •renlae, ißclodlnt Svadays
«nd lolliitjs, froci S «. m. to 10 p. m.
Epeetatars' gallery fre«. •~ \ . • \ . ; _
._ Natatortcm reaerrtd ToestJay and Friday
mornings • from 9 •'clock to nooa for women
:only.' . ' '-.\u25a0'..-•,\u25a0-.
«FUtex«4 Ocean Water Plnace"
COX7OBTABX.T HSATKD
Ret Air Hair Dryers for Woman Bathers
ii . PORCELAIN TUBS with hpt, cold, salt
and fresh water. Etch room fitted with hot
• and cold salt and fresh ahowtr. -
BRANCH TXTB - BATES. 8151 GEARY ST.~
J-. NEAR DEVISADERO. ,
THE ISAN FRANCISCO OALIi;,SATXJRDAYy SEPTEMBER 24;U1910.
GIRL TO MARRY
JAPANESE LOVER
9 ' •—•"""
Police Release Rayda Reed and
Kunio Toda, Elopers
From Utah . ~
OAKLAND, Sept. 23.*— Miss Rayda
Reed, daughter of James A. Reed -of
Smithfield, Utah, and her Japanese
lover, Kunio Toda. with whom she
eloped and was arrested, were fresd
today. Captain of Detectives, Petersen,
who had been holding the couple for
word from' Reed, received today the
third telegram, which read:
"The girl is of age. If any law, put
them In jail." : :^ , V
As there was no law to put them in
Jail Miss ReeJ was released from the
detention home, where she had passed
the night She went' to, the police sta
tion to join Toda, who had been set
free earlier. _ The Japanese was not
there, and Miss Reed waited for two
hours. She begged the police to 'find
the Nipponese, but - the officials sus
pected that Toda had fftd and .'declined.
Finally the Japanese returned and the
girl rushed into-yhls arms. Then the
pair started for. the Sixteenth street
station to .lake the first train to Seattle.
On.the sound they will be. married. .
Toda and Miss Reed told the police
that they will be married in Washing
ton, where the law does not forbid, and
will return to Los Angeles for a visit.
Then they will go to Japan to spend a
honeymoon with-Toda's father. The
Japanese said his sire is a prosperous
wine maker of Tokyo. * -
Captain Petersen today pleaded with
the girl to return to her family.
"If you wish to . know. . how. happy
Japanese marriages can be read about
Lafcadio Hearn," said Miss Reed. "I
have learned their language a little,
and I «would rather live with them
than with my own people. I expect
to be happy when I am Kunio's wife."
FATHER ACCUSES
SON OF CRIME
Angered at Loss of $ 1 76, Man
Swears to Grand Lar»
ceny Complaint
OAKLAND, Sept. 23.— A charge of
grand larceny has been made again:*:
Edgrar.La Pierre, 14 years old, at 'the
demand of Z. A. La Pierre, the lad's
father, who accuses his son of stealing
$176. The boy ran away yesterday
with Lawrence- Watson, 9 years old.
They were .caught by a special police
man on the river boat Navajo and
brought back to Oakland., Mrs. Wat
son, a widow, at the request of the
police, took her son to her home, but
La Pierre refused to do the same. Hcj
insisted that his boy be prosecuted, and
the prisoner has been sent to the de
tention home for action by the proba
tion Judge.
The determination of La Pierre to
have his offspring formally charged
with felony astounded the police. They
could not dissuade the parent and
were, obliged to comply with the tech
nicalities of the law. Both boys will
be given a hearing before the juvenile
court, young Watson .merely on a
charge of violating the curfew { law,
that he may be kept under supervision
of the probation officers.
La Pierre, - who lives at 1312 Sixth
avenue, reported that. his son had run
away yesterday. The police traced the
lads and had them arrested. " They
learned that Edgar had spent $50 of
his father's money for revolvers and a
camping outfit. The boys were going
to play scouts.
STONE RESIDENCE IS v
DAMAGED BY FIRE
Flames Menace the Beautiful
Stonehurst Home
OAKLAND, Sept. 23.— Fire in the roof
threatened the destruction of the beau
tiful home of Egbert B. Stone of the
E. B. & A. L. Stone company, in East
Fourteenth street at Stonehurst, early
this evening. Before the flames had
eaten far through the shingles, Miss
Helen Stone discovered the fire. -\u25a0
A bucket and hose brigade was or
ganized among the house servants, and
the roof reached by means of ladders
from the porch.
Pas-sing carmen notified the Elmhurst
carbarn, and 20 conductors and motor
men responded. With their assistance,
the fire was quickly extinguished. The
loss Is estimated at about $150.
The fire is supposed to. have been
started from sparks arising from a log
fire in the dining room.
DEATH AND ACCIDENT
IN JESSUP FAMILY
Berkeley's City Engineer Re
ceives Depressing News '?
BERKELEY. Sept. 23. — City Engi
neer J. J. Jesfup will leave tomorrow
for Los Angefes to attend the funeral
of his sister, Mrs. Lillian Hiatt of Pasa
dena, word of whose death, was' re
ceived tonight. In the same telegram
came the news of a serious 1 accident to
his mother, aged 75 years, a resident of
Whitticr, who fell and fractured one
of her legs.
JORGkNSON RECAPTURES
MEMBER OF CHAIN GANG
[Special Dispatch to The, Call]
OAKLANT), Sept 23.— Thomas Kelle
her, who escaped from the chain gang
September .7, after several shots, were
fired at him, was recaptured tonight on
the San Francisco water front by Jailer
Jor&enson of this r city, ywho recognized
the missing prisoner. ? Jorgenson, who
was on his vacation, returned with his
man. ,- , : : ' . '
HOUR OF
roiusic
Will Be Held in Our Recital { Hall
This Afternoon at 3 o'Glock
SOLOIST
MISS R.M. WOLFE
CQNTRALtO I
The Public Cordially Inrf ted
Shermaij^apcrGo
.- Kenrny and Sutter Streets
Take Elevator to Eighth Floor ; '".; 4 '; :
DOCTOR SAID TO
HAVE BEEN GAY
Divorce Suit Follows Separa
tion of -- Dr. 0. L. Jones
and Wife
OAKLAND. Sept. 23.— Suit for di-
vorce was filed today against Dr. Oliver
L.' Jones, a physician of this city, in
which one if riot more alleged esca
pades figure as the cause: of complaint
made by Mrs. Agnes Jones. The papers
were ordered sealed at the ; request of
Mrs. Jones' attorney. There was a
point blank refusal on the part of those
concerned to make public details- of
the : charges; upon which the complaint
was based. . ; \u25a0
, Dr. Jones refused to Uiscuss. the case,
as did his wife. -It was hinted In an
indirect way that there might be a
possibility of adjusting the domestic
differences. , "^:o/-
Mrs. Jones was Miss .Agnes Guil
bault, member of one fpf Oakland's
oldest families.- Her marriage ; took
place about 10 years ago.. There is
one child by the union, a boy. t
That discord had taken -the. place of
harmony In the family was not known
to friends! of the couple .until' recently.
It was since her return from a Euro
pean, trip early this year- that separa
tion occurred.. The family gave up the
home in Telegraph avenue. Dr. ; Jones
took; up residence down town, at his
place of business/Thirteenth and ' Clay
streets. Mrs. Jones .went to apart
ments. Just whatMed to the separa
tion has not been disclosed, but about
a month ago. Mrs. Jones, directed' her
attorney; to commence divorce-proceed
ings. The papers were withheld from
filing until today. •
- Mrs. Jones went to Europe to study
music. The trip, according :to her
friends, was planneJ and . arranged by
her husband. It was said that, while
she was abroad Mrs^Jones became dis
satisfied with the" situation and X felt
that things were not altogether.Cright
between her husband and herself. At
any rate, she /remained away only six
months. Upon her- arrival In Oakland
the troubles broke which precipitated
today's suit. :
UNIVERSITY SENDS
GREETINGS TO MEXICO
BERKELEY, Sept. 23.— When Dr.
Benjamin ' Ide Wheeler, president of
the University of California, went to
the City, of Mexico to be present at the
dedication of. the new. national univer
sity of Mexico he carried with him in
the greetings of the academic senate
of the faculty. The epistle, written in
Latin by Prof. William ; A. :"- Merrill, was
penned on illumined parchment by Por
ter Garnett. It was presented to the
Mexican college authorities by Wheeler
yesterday. . v •
At Soda Fountains or Elsewhere
*•#' mawßP a WPcurw : - -- \u25a0 >
It means the Original and Genuine
6 ...-\u25a0- lim .
The Food-Drink for all Ages.
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form. 'More healthful than lea or coffee.
For infants,invalids aj?d growmg children. Agrees with the weakest digestion.
Pure nutrin'on,upbuilding the whole body. Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Invigorates nursing mothers and the aged. A quick lunch prepared in a mmute.-
S«E* Take no substitute. Ask for KQRLBCK'S.
Your Motner-iii-law will have
no excuse to brag" after
flXV^*sH^V|^R WCst fi^L J&_m^^^s^9*W. BSj3 l&U^r Tj^a
''\u25a0\u25a0 ' • . 188
M.i'N'UTeVs
'_. That's going some.
SEEPAGE 10.
k J NEWBRO'S -
WERPICIPE
nCCjfDnpHEiCAUSE
UtolnUl 'yjs-BissE-.:
CURES DANDRUFF OR SHONEY; BACK.
DBLIOHTPUI. HAIR DnwaSlHOt
16 KILLED WHEN
TRAIN IS DITCHED
Thirteen Injured Following a
Cloudburst Which Washes
Out 1,000 Foot Fill
DENVER, Sept. 23.— Sixteen persons
lost their. lives and 13 were injured in
the wreck, two miles- east of Clayton,
Kans., this morning of westbound Rock
Island passenger train No. 27, which
was due in Denver, at 8:25 this morning
from Kansas! City. ; . - ' ;
"•\u25a0The wreck was the result of a cloud
burst, which washed out 1,000 feet; of
a T fill. ; Evidently the first: intimation
that the engineer -had of i any "danger
came when he realized that the forward
portion". of ; a the train ; was running: in
water, which had spread out over the
tracks. The 'engine, baggage* car and
smoker, leaped the tracks. .\ ..' \ -~\.
; The rear end of the smoker remained
tilted on the -earth bank; and the chair
car i ripped:.' Its ! way into . the r smoker,
smashing- it to pjeces and killing or
injuring; many of , the passengers.
-The' engineer remained at his post
and was .killed. v . ~
The: three 1 Pullmans remained on, the
track" and - the* occupants of : these "cars
were unhurt^ .' ." . ."' f
DEMOCRATIC HONORS
DECLINED BY STAATS
Defeated Candidate Will Sup
port Republican Ticket
OAKLAND, Sept. 23.— City Attorney
R. C Staats of Berkeley today filed
a formal renunciation of the democratic
nomination for; assembly man from the
fifty-second -district." * Staats was de
feated'for- the "republican nomination
in this district by C. C. Young, incum
bent. Some of his friends voted his
name' for the democratic nomination In
enough numbers to win it .'for him.
Staats declared in his renunciation that
he could not support the republican
ticket, which he Intends to do, and ac
cept the democratic nomination.
ATTORNEY RUN DOWN
BY TAXI AND HURT
\u25a0OAKLAND, Sept. 23.— John D. Ack
ermah, an attorney living at 1327
Myrtle '\u25a0'street," was struck by a taxicab
at Fifteenth street and Broadway to
day, thrown to the pavement and
dragged 20 feet. His body was cut
and bruised and two fingers dislocated.
He will be confined -to his home for a
few days.
The driver of the taxicab took the
injured attorney into the cab, driving
to. Dr. L. liOre Riggln's office in "Wash
ington street near Thirteenth. "From
there he was taken' home. .
The attorney said the driver, was
blameless. ;
t DR. MAR DON
The Noted Doctor
Chinese ' Empire •
766-768 Clay St.
BAN FRANCIBCO /
• - With ' knowledge > inherited 'through seren
. fcenerations. ; cures T all ; ailments \u25a0 that tha
human system Is ' subject to, "by means of
teas ' and carefully . selected herbs. . Consulta-
tion dally. Phone China 60k .•?. ;-; ; -;-T». • .
. : Katura's : Rsnuflas— Toa , and HwlT Saaitaia \u25a0 \u25a0
DR. CHOW JU VAN
7W Clay st. Phons Cilna 81
§§|£|jj» 'I. *nlea Grand, 1032 Scan?
Kpe^A «t-. ». F.. am very slad to
WMP tntlfy to Uw akiU of Dr.
ifSKj Chow. Jnyao. who cored my
wife of paralysis after she had
speat many months In treat-
icenta .with doctors In tola dty.'
GHICHEStER«mtLS
W>v^» THE »IAMOOT> BRAND. r>yyv
! ATt^i b>?S \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0* l*dleat Ask y«ar vmsiist far :,
&{ W*M <-'hl-clKes-t«rtl»la>s«o»dßpsiM*ZA\
£^OpSKS)I I'iHsin Bed end Void mcMlcSXr/
boxes, sealed \u25a0t.-ith Blua Ribbon..^'
V>l 9^W| Take »• ether. Bay cfyenr z.
I') / f Oranist. AskforCUI.CIIES.TEBB
It 1 ' DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for £&,
\u25a0AY . JB k years known as Bast, Safest. Alwsys ReltaMa* "-:
[CALL WANT : ADS BRISGiRBSULTS
NEW RAILROAD MAY
TRAVERSE STATE
Projected Route to Connect
Santa Cruz With San
Joaquin Valley
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SANTA CRUZ, Sept. 23.— A railroad
may be built in the near future that
will bring Santa Cruz in touch with the
San Joaquin valley, th^ road to run
via' Panoche pass, Holli^er and Wat
eonville. A. P. May of Ccallnga, one of
the promoters, claims that most of the
rights of vway have been secured. In
a published statement May said: :
>**Senator Frank P. -Flint: J.B. Rodg
ers, former chief engineer of the Ocean
Shore railroad company, and myself,
with some others, have been at work on
this matter -for iome tlm«. "We have
acquired nearly all of the rights of. way
for the entire distance from the valley
to Santa Cruz and our company is
fully incorporated to go ahead and
build the road as soon as the financial
end of the matter is" taken care of.
"We had no difficulty in getting the
right of way from Miller & Lux, who
own a vast expanse of territory
through which the proposed road will
run. * The- new road • expects .to have
financial backing from London bank
ers and financiers."
SANTA CRUZ TO EXHIBIT
AT WATSONVILLE SHOW
Many Towns to Take Part in
Annual Apple Fair
{Special Dispatch to The Call]
SANTA [ CRUZ, Sept. 23. — This city
will co-operate with Watsonvllle in
making the annual apple show a suc
cess. .October 14 has been set aside
as Santa Cruz day. Secretary Mc-
Isaacs of the chamber of commerce has
reserved space for exhibits from the
northern section of the county.
\u25a0 Enough rack room has been secured
to exhibit 600 boxes of apples. Another
space 2 by 70 feet will be used to ex
hibit plates of apples and fruits of dif
ferent varieties. ,J \u25a0
Santa Cruz, Soquel, Aptos, Felton.
Boulder Creek and Wrights will make
exhibits.
Canada's total railway mileage Is
given as exceeding 30,000. There Is
one mile of railway for every 300 in
habitants and six-tenths of a mile for
every 100 square miles. of territory.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS
I Marriage Licenses |
VV — _ \u2666
. The following marriajte licenses were Issued 1b
San Francisco. Friday, September 23:
AXDEHSON— STEINBRUN — Angmst Anderson,
' 38. 11 Ninth street, snd Georgia Stelnbnin,
22.* 3630 Twentieth street.
BAKER— SCHAnOWSKY— Andrew J. Baker,
21. 040 Haistht street, and Alice C. Schar-
owsky. 18. 224 Seventh avenue.
BLACK— HEENAN— George 3. Black. 24. 19
Heron street, and Mary F. Heenan, 19, 249
Langton street.
CARROLL— BRESNAHAN— Kobert E. Carroll.
23, 385S Twenty-fifth street, and Ella Bresna-
han. 24, 1627 Turk street.
CONNOLLY— FREEMAN— Henry E. Connolly.
21, Oakland, and Marie P. Freeman. IS, Krult-
vale. •
CURTIN— LEAHY— John Curtla, 20. 8340 Twen-
ty-fourth street, and Theresa Leahy. 21, 3237
Sixteenth street." ;\u25a0*':
FRIEDMAN— SPREIGER— Sam Friedman. 28.
- and Cella Spreiger. 25, both of 375 Fell street.
HOGLUND— NESS — John A. Hoclnnd, 29. 21M.
Market street, and Minnie Ness, 2S, 234 Fifth
avenue.
LEAHY— DEWEY— Joseph D. Leahy. 21. 233
. Ninth avenue, and Gertrude M. Dewey. IS,
2112 Baker street.
MERRITT— MOLL— George L. Merritt. 30. Mer-
ced, and Esther J. H. Moll, 24, 894 Stelner
street.
SMITH— ROE— John H. Smith. 83. 63 Arbor
street, and Amy Roe, 38, 1270 Eddy street
TURNER— REIMBOLD— James 8. Turner. 54.
2-500 Bush Btreet, and Ida M. Relmbold. 36.
Nauvoo, 111.
Birth, marriage and death* notices sent by mall
will cot be Inserted. They must be banded la at
either of the publication offices and be Indorsed
with the name and residence of persons author-
ised to : have the same published. Notices re-
stricted simply to the announcement of the event
are published once tn this column free of charge.
BiRTHS — —
BRADSHAW— In Alameda. September 21, 1010,
to the wife of Frederick Bradshaw. a son.
KABERRY— In this city. September 17, 1010, to
. ' the wife of L. Kaberry, a daughter. .
MURRY— In this city, September 22, 1010, to
the wife of James Murry, a son.
ROGERS— In. this city, September 7, 1010, to
; the wife of M. J. Rogers, a son.
DEATHS
Camblos, Frank 80 Nilsen, 01m C 1
Corliss, Mary H... 73 Ottman, May .35
Ellenberger ...(Infant) Parkinson. Fredrick. 29
Enoe, John S. 38 Power, Rose A 4
Fairclough, Emma. . 36 Stolle. Josephine. ... 35
Hanapel, Peter L.. 52 Toedter, Catherine. . P0
Kauser. J. 8.. 37 Williams, Mary E. 64
Kennedy, Margaret. 75
Knacke, Genevieve P 2 Hadley (Card)
Mentor, Marc L. ...45
CAMELOS— In Oakland. CaK, ' September 22, !
1910. Frank, beloved husband of Melissa S.
, Camblos, a native of New Jersey, aged SO
years and 6 months. (Philadelphia and Port-;
land papers please copy.)
CORLISS— rn 1 Oakland, Cal., September 22. 1010.
Mary Haielhurst Corliss, beloved wife of tb»
' late Klihu -M. Corliss."" and beloved mother of
Edgar D. Crumb of Pasadena. Cal., and Har-
riet E. Corliss of Oakland. Cal.'. and the late
Ella Corliss Clark, a native of Stockport, Ens.,
• aged 73 years 4 months ancT 11 ; day».
Friends are respectfully v lb vltPd to attend j
the funeral jerrices today "Saturday), Sep- j
tember 24, 1910. at 2 o'clock p. m., at the
parlors of the First Congregational church. In-
terment private. \u25a0 /\u25a0 ;
ELLENBEEGEB— In this city. September 23.
JVUO, at the residence of the parents. 1228
Treat • avenue. Ruth Addle, infant daughter
of Frederick and Addle Ellenberger. and sis-
ter of- Freddie 'Ellenberger, a native of San
Francisco, Cal., aged 3 weeks.
E»oS— ln Oakland. September 20, 1910. John
S.," dearly beloved. husband of Cella Enoe. and
. loving . father -of Johnnie. Charles and Earl
Enos, a native of Portusal, aged 36 years and
0 months.
Friends . and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the 'funeral services today
(Saturday), September 24, 1910. at 10 o'clock
a. tn., at St. Anthony's church, corner Fif-
teenth avenue and East Fourteenth street.
East Oakland. Remains at Grant D. Miller
parlors, 11S4-11S6 East Fourteenth street. In-
terment private. . \u25a0 .-.
FAISCLOTJGH — In Crockett. Contra Costa coun-
ty. Cal.. September 21. 1910. Emma Falr-
\u25a0 \ clough. beloved wife of William FairclotiKh,
and mother of Mrs. E. J. Hopkins, Mrs. X>. w.
I Welsh. Anna. Lawrrnee end Harry Fairclough,
a native of England, ajred 56 years.
.Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the fnnertl today (Satur-
day), September 24, 1910. at 0:30 a. tn., from
• St. Rose's church at Valona. , thence by 10:30
. a. m. train for San Francisco. Interment Holy
Cross cemetery, by funeral car" leaving the
ferry at 12:15 o'clock.liauaMflM«|Biflfc«i
HANAPEX-^-In this city. September 21. 1910,
Peter L." Hanapel. husband of Charlotte Hana-
pel. a native of Hessen Darmstadt. Germany,'
' aged 52 years 6 ' months and 6 . days.
' ; Friends • and acquaintances are respectfully
| * invited to .• attend - the, funeral today "(Satur-
!. day).-" at 11' o'clock a. m.; from the parlors
of H. F. Snhr & Co.; 2319 Mlssloa street be-
: tween ' Twenty-fifth : and " Twenty-sixth. In-
terment ' Holy Cross cemetery, by 11:30 a. -m.
• train from ; Twenty -Of th : and ., Valencia streets.
j KAUSTB— In this city, '= September 23, 1910, J.
j -8.1 Kanser, \u25a0 a . native . of ; Budapest. Hungary.
1 . aged : 37 , years ; months and 27 , days. A
Good Judgment
; is exercised in aelectlns a plot in
Mpiuiit- Olivet
a non-ieoUriin cemetery
METHODISTS HEAR
POLITICIANS TALK
Knowland and Wallace Are the
Speakers at Pacific Grove
Conference
PACIFIC GROVE, Sept- 25.--Coa
gressman J. R. Knowland of Alameda
and A. J. Wallace, republican candi
date for lieutenant governor, were th#
principal speakers at the evening- ses
sion of the Methodist conference to
night.
H. 'J. McCoy of San Francisco dis
cussed the laymen's missionary move
ment. Bishop Hughes, Harry Morton
of Oakland and Miss Lulu Jlayne were
the lecturers during the afternoon.
During the morning the session was
given over to the twenty-third annual
meeting of the lay association and ad
dresses were made by George D. Kel
logg of Newcastle. F. Iv Turpin of San
Francisco and Peter Bohl of Sacra
mento. The questions of church
finance and ministerial support were
discussed-
RHEINSTROM'S INSANITY
UNNERVES HIS WIFE
Former Actress Prostrated and
Forbidden to Leave Home
OAKLAND Sept. 23— Mrs. Harry
Rhelnstrom. formerly Edna Loftus. who
was a member of th« "Rain Dear**
theatrical company In New York when
the heir of the millionaire Cincinnati
brewer met and married her, was un
able to leave her room today. She has
been suffering from nervous prostra
tion since her husband became de
mented two days ago. She expressed
the desire this morning to visit him
in his cell in the detention ward of the
receiving hospital, but her physician
forbade her to do so.
Rhelnstrom's condition Is much the
same. He Is not violent, as he was
when the Oakland police found him.
but for the last two days he has been
out of his mind. It is believed that
his mother's refusal to recognize his
wife unbalanced his mind.
No complaint has been sworn;* to
against him. accusing htm of Insanity.
He is being detained until the polics
can hear from hl3 relatives In Cin
cinnati as to what they wish-done with
him.
member of Court Acacia Xo. 3T42. Independ-
ent Order of Forester*.
Friends and scquaintances are respectfully
inTlted to attend the fnneral serrlcee tomorrow
(Sunday). September 25. 1910. at 9:30 o'clock
a. m.. at the parlor* of the "California under-
taking company. 2210 Stelner street between
Clay and Sacramento, thence to Odct Fellows'
crematory, Point Lobos aTenue. for incinera-
tion.
KENNEDY— In this city. September 22. 19tft.
Margaret Kennedy, dearly belo»ed mother ef
Mrs. Aeaotasla Barnes and the late Edward J».
Kennedy of NeTada. a natire of County Doae-
gal, Ireland, aged 75 years.
Friends are respectfully in»tte<i to attend
the funeral today (Saturday). September
24. at 9 a. m.. from her late wldence. 32
Bernard street, off«Taylor near Pacific, these*
to St. Fstncia chnrch, where a mass will b*
celebrated for the repose 'of her soul, com-
mencing at 9:30 ». m. sharp. Interment Hcry
Cross cemetery.
KNACKE— Ia this city. September 23. 1910 (of*,
diphtheria). GeneTieTe Panllne. loTinx daugh-
ter of George F. asd Moll'.e Knaeke. snd
granddaughter of John A. Pevany and Mr*.
E. Knacke. a native of San Francisco, aged S
years 5 months and 20 days.
MENTOR— In St. Helena. September 22. 191r».
Mare L. Mentor. beloTed husband of Rose T.
Mentor of San Francisco, and »«n of Jane Fa. '
Mentor, and brother of W. H. and FranS
Mentor and Clara Bryant and Nellie Knapp.
all of Sioux City, la., a natWe of South Caro-
lina, aged 45 years 4 months and 10 days.
Friends and acquaintance*, are respectfully
inTited tn attend the funeral Monday morning.
September 28, at 10:30 o'clock, from the home
of the California Woman's undertaking com-
pany. 660 Fourteenth street, Oakland. Inter-
ment ETergreeu cemetery.
NILSEN— In Hillcrest, September 23. WlO. Ol*a
Catherine, dourly beloTed daughter of Charles
and Katie NHsen, a native of Saa Francisco,
aged 1 year 3 months aud 17 days.
OTTMAN— In Oakland. Cal.. September 23. 1910.
May, beloved wjfe eT Waldemar OttmaD. and
beloved daughter of Mrs. M. Young, and si«-
ter ef Mrs. K. Bradley of San Francisco and
William G. and Charles M. Young of Berke-
ley, a native of California, aged 35 year* If*
months and 21 days.
PABKINSON— In Melrose. September 22. 1910.
Fredrick Tillmaa_ Parkinson. beloTed husband
of Anna M. Parkinson, and father of Rtadis
Parkinson, and son of Mary E. and H.» E.
Parkinson of San Francisco, and brother of
Robert and the late Harris and Gladls ParS-
inson. a native of California, aged 29 years •*
months and 10 days. A member of Calumet
tribe No. 149. I. O. E. M.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services tomorrow
(Sunday). September 25. 1910. at 1 o'clock
p. m.. at his late residence, 113 P«ralta ave-
nue. Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery.
POWER— In this city. September 23. 1910. Ease,
beloved wife of the late Thomas H. Power, and
mother of Alice, Rose and Henry J. Power
and Mrs. Joseph O'Neill and the late Thomas
snd Mamie Power and Mrs. C. J. Long, a na-
tive ef County Tyrone, Ireland, aged H4 year*.
Friends and acquaintances are r«*pectf3Uy
invited to attend the fuseral Monday, Sep-
tember 26. l!U0. at S:3O w'elock a. m., from
her late residence, 2SS3 Folnom street, themje
to Peter's church, where a requiem high macs
will be celebrated for the repose ef her seal,
commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment
(private) In Holy Crocs cemetery.
STOLLE (nee IRWIN)— In this city. September
23, » 1910. Joftepblne Stolle. dearly beloved wifp
of Caarle* H. Stolle. and beloved daughter of
the late Francis and Ann Irwin. and sister of
Mrs. C. Neall. Mrs. F. Daley and Mrs. M.
Jacobson and the late Thomas Irwln and Mr*.
N. MeKee. a native of Saa Fraaclsco. Cat..
aged 35 years and 6 months.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
. Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sua-
day). September 23, at 1:15 p. m.. from ths» "
parlors of Valente, Marlnl. Marais ft Co.. 649
Green street between Powell and Stockton,
where services will be held under the auspicea
of Ramona circle No. 77. U. A. O. D.. thence
for interment to Cypress Lawn cemetery, by
electric funeral ear. Twenty-eighth and Va-
lencia streets, at 2:30 p. en. sharp.
TOEDTEB.— Ia this city, at her residence. 3«
Duhoce avenue, Catherine Toedter. dearly be-
loved wife of Peter Toedter. and mother of
Henry J. and Louie C. Boblaett. and grand-
mother of Mrs. William K. Chittlck. Mrs.
Howard C. Platt and Harry. Edna and Isabel
Robinett. a native of Hanover. Germany aged
00 years « months and 2 days. (New Orleans
papers please copy.)
Interment private. Kindly omit Sowers.
WILLIAMS — In Alameda. September 21 1910.
Mary E.. widow of the late Captain Edward
A. Williams, and mother of Mrs. J. A. Pan-
som and . the late Mrs. S. Howard-Head, a
native of New York, a^ed 64 years 11 months
and 23 days.
Friends and acquaintance* axe respectful??
invited to attend the funeral today (Satur-
day). September 24. at 2 o'clock, from the
residence of her daughter, 1309 Weber street.
Alameda (Endnal Park station), souta sids. '
CARD OP THANKS.
HADLEY — T» our many friends we wish to
extend our most heartfelt thanks for tiMir
sympathy, kindness and beautiful floral offer-
ings extended to us during our Ist* bereave-
ment, the sad loss ef our dear father.
FRED R. HADLEY.
NELL HADLEY.
INDEPENDENT OF THE TRUST
—FOR
Seventy-Five Dollars
I.WILL FURNISH
HEARSE, TWO CARRIAGES, EMBALMING,
SHROUD AND CLOTH COVERED CASKET
JULIUS S. QODEAU
Moved to maia office, 41 v*aa K«a a*. T»L
Market 711. coaneetln* all dejartnucts.
Branches— 3os Mont«om*ry a*. Oakland, WC&
FraskUn stj tel. Oaklaad 4045. Lm in««l— >
i «21. South rijpctoa se. . -
1 Ante Amkolaactt aad Ourtacw far H>t»
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