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HUSBAND STABS
WIFE WITH FORK
Ashley M. Warner Settles Din
ner Argument, but Finds
Self in /Jail
Ashley M. Earner, a carpenter liv
injtr at 566 Eighth avenue, effectively
settled a little family argument which
arose at the dinner tabl* last night
hy jabbing a fork into his wife's arm.
Then he proceeded to wreck the furni
ture and kick the stove. • His wife put
in a rail for the police and the bellig
erent husband was arrested on a charge
of a?sa»H with a deadly weapon.
AMUSEMENTS
THE LAUGH TICKET
LAST SIX NIGHTS
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
With Frei Niblo and i Perfect Coiapiny '
Election E'turr.s A&nouncod on Tu*». Night.
Next MotxJa.T— BUANCHE WALSH.
Af CM AD Ml* andStdner
BELASOO & !UATER Own«>rt. and Manacrs
TONIGHT— ALL THIS "WEEK— TONIGHT
WJllUra Oillrtte's Imperishable. Farce Comedy
TOO MUCH JOHNSON
A Splendid Pictorial Production
ELECTION BETntXB WILT 4 BE READ
,rnr»l TOMORROW NIGIfT.
Prjoos— N" jrbt. 2.V to |1; Mat.. 2.V tn T^Or.
MATINEE SATURDAY AND BUXDAT
Sf«ts for salft at Box Office and Emporium.
N>xt •WVf»li-"Tnr GRHAT JOHN CANTON."
I'-tiisht and .\ext Four Mchl«
CENTRAL THEATER
MsrkPt »nd Efcbth Stf. rtman H^vme J2fMO.
500 Society D«ncf*r». Fpf-tacular Scenic
Efforts.
Fnr Benpfit of
CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL and SAN FRAN-
CISCO MATERNITY.
SEAT'S OS SALE AT BOX OFFICE.
Curtain Biws Promptly «.t 8 o'clock.
fiTf AStXCEM. mxSTOCWOH Cr fQWIAJk
Ssfftt «nd Most MajEDificent Theater in America.
MATINEE TODAY AND EVERY DAY
INTERNATIONAL VAIH)EVILLE
THE TMPKRTAL RUSSIAN PANCERS (By
Special P»>rmiy«y<vi "f the <"rar of Hti!«Fiai: CA-
MILLF. OBER. Pfirislan Star and Ph«-iv>menal
\Vx-alif*: NEW YORK TRIO; FELICE MORRIS
srd Crt.. in "A Call Fnr H*lp": THE OLD
SOLPIER FiPniXRS: FRANK MORRELL: <;CS
OVLAW TRIO; NEW ORPHEUM MOTION PIC-
TIRES. LBKt W**k of LIONEL BARRYMORE
and M<-KEE RANKIN. assisted by Doris Rankin,
in ••Th* White Slarer."
ELECTION RETDENS TOMORROW NIGHT
ET*-n!ns prices. lfw». 2.V. B0& T.V: box Feat* ?I.
Mat. Prirr-s 'except Sundarß and Hnlidsys>. 10c,
25r, sOc. PHONES: Douclas TO. Home CISTO.
ft S, UOVERIChL MANAG£»
Ellis St. rear Fillmore — Class A Theater.
AH Thl« Week— Last Time Saturday Nljrht
Election Returns Bead from Stage TomorroTr
Night.
Jobn Cort Presents
MAX FIGMAN
In Hl* Greatest Success, the Idrllie Comedy
"MARY JANE'S PA"
Night Price*— 23c to $1.." Q.
Sat. and Sun. Matinee Prices— 2sc to Tsc
Commencing Sunday Mat.. Norember 13,
"THE BLUE MOITSE."
C A PPirif THEATER
S. LOVERICH. Manager.
Third and Last Big Week
Elect-on Returns Read from Stage
Tomorrow Night, j
MAX DILL
In the Great Musical Comedr Success
THE WHITE HEN
Night *nd Sun. Mat. Price?— 2sc to $1.
Sst. Mar. - # Pop" Prices— 2sc and 50c.
Engagement One Week Only.
MME. NAZIMOVA
THIS AND TOMORROW NIGHT AND
SPECIAL MATINEE TCESDAY
LITTLE EYOLF
Wed. Etd Tbure. Eve'ss. I jjl nftl I>Q UfJIW
Fri. and Sat. Eve'gs and I hTUC CHIDV T»|C»
Saturday Mattnce. | InC iMlnl IHLC
Seats ,froia $2.00 to ROc.at Tbeatcr and
Emporium.
Com. Next Monday— WILLIAM FAYER-
SHAM In -The World and Hte Wife."
LURLINE I
BUSH AXD LARKIX STS.. -
OCEAN WATER BATHS
' Swimming and Tub Baths
Salt water direct from the ocean. Open
errrr d*7 and erenlnff. Including Sundays
tad holidays, from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m. : Spec-
tator*' pallery free. \u25a0 ':s\.. -_^- : -
N'atatoriuni reserred Tuesdsy and Friday
morning from 9 o'clock to noon for women only.
"Klltrred Ocean Water Plungre"
COMFORTABLY HEATED •':
Hot Air Hair Dryens for Women Bather*.
PORCELAIN TUBS.' with l>ot. cold, salt
and fresh water. Each room fitted with hot
a&d cold salt and Xresa shower. v <
BSA3TCH TTTrf BATHS, 2161 GEAEY ST.'
THE
SMART
SET
ANY one who believes that women are alone^in dieting; rolling, starving,
and generally developing qualities/of endurance and self-denial; in a
pursuit of slenderness, N does men an injustice. They, too,* reduce but
are more or less furtive about it. They never discuss methods with the un
concern of women, who are, frankly vain and don't care. There is a pre
vailing affectation ' of indifference to personal appearance among men that
imposes reticence on rolling. But they do Toll.
Reducing is an important absorbing question with women. They
cat so little that it is discouraging for a hostess to try to feed them. *
"Do you use saccharine?" one will inquire casually of another at tea, 1
producing a tablet to s^yeeten her Oolong. >
"Is she reduced?" is asked of an' absent friend. " "Not " now. \u25a0 She was
last year," may be the response.
A young, matron recentlj' home from Manila where no one. has to reduce
because the climate is sufficiently effective, encountered the question:
"Is Margaret reduced?" some one asked. "Why, I don't know. >, I hope
not." she answered, shocked by a vision of Margaret, unexpectedly forced
to a rigid economy through financial -j reverses. Later when. she had: realized
her mistake and noted the process of slow starvation that is popular she
suggested the orient. Five meals a day may be safely taken, with the
tropic heat to counteract them. It is the usual custom in the East where
tea and toast are served at 7, breakfast at 10, tiffin at 2, tea at 5, and
dinner at S o'clock; jand where.no one is the least inclined to embonpoint
except the natives. She had always eaten five meals daily, and, sometimes
six. including supper after a dance or bridge,: and she was serenely slight.
It made the orient seem an ideal place of residence to the devotees of
lettuce and bouillon in their hopeless efforts toward attenuation. ~ ,
; ' Walter Hobart is a shining example of masculine reduction. -So is Emil
Bruguiere, who came home from Paris last 3'ear very much 'less than he
went. But it seems meanly inconsiderate to enumerate them.
• • • .*\ v«^-*v «^-* \u25a0• • •
A number of bridge
clubs have been formed
for the winter. One that
meets alternate Tues
days at the members'
homes or at the Fran
cesca club Includes
Mrs. Ira Pierce, Mrs.
Laura McKinstry, Mrs.
G. Russell Lukens. Mrs.
Ella Hastings. Mrs.
Sherwood Hopkins. Mrs.
Le Roy Nickel. Mrs. W.
F. Perkins and Mrs. 11.
V. D. Johns. *
•. • *
Another afternoon
bridge club has for its
members Mrs. L. L.
Baker, Mrs. William
Smedberfr, . Mrs." Ira
Pierre. Mrs. Cyrus
Walker and others.
• • •
Mrs. Park and Miss
Pauline Park, who came
from Fort Assinaboine
to attend the Brooke-
Pomeroy wedding, re
turned Saturday to their
home. Before their de
parture Miss Anna
Weller was hostess at
a tea in honor of Miss
Park, who entertained
her last summer in
Montana. Miss Weller's
guests included: Miss
Anna Peters, Miss Elva
de Pue, Miss Ha Sonn
tajc and Miss Mario,
Rose Deane.
• • .- • .
Miss Genevi^ve King
is. planning an Eastern
trip. She will l£ave
after the holidays for a
visit of several months
in New York.
• « •
Mrs. H<=nry Ki*>rstedt,
who is with her mother,
Mrs. P. McG. Mcßean. at
the Wolcott in New
York, has been with
Miss Emily Carolan,
the guest of Mrs. Tun
low in New Jersey.
•• \u25a0 \u2666
Mrs. George Lent was
a bridge hostess last
week at her home in
Washington street, en
tertaining a dozen
guests Informally.
RE-ELECTION OF
SMITH IS ASKED
Campaign Committee of Justice
of Peace Issues an Appeal
to Voters
The executive committee and vice
presidents of the William H. Smith
campaign club has issued the follow
ing open letter:
TO THE VOTERS OF BAIT FRANCISCO
The underslgrnea campaign committee of tut
William H. Smith campaign club earnestly rec
ommends to the roters of 811 parties tiiat they
rote for JustW of the Peace Smith, democratic
candidate for that office: and thereby reward one
who has mad' a most enflable record, during the
last two years as jußtice. of the peace. The sup
port that Judge Smith has receired In his cam
paign just closing from ' the attorneys of the
city, and citizens generally, Irrespective of party,
has been most gratifying, and the only possible
danger that bis friends can see is that his name
Is near the end of a long ballot.
We therefore urge/ in the interests of the
successful administration of the justices' court of
our city, that all citizens look for Judge Smith's
name near the end of the democratic -column,
and rote to rtntinur in office one whose record
speaks for Itself.
Andrew J. Gallagher Dr. J. Wilson Shlels .
A. P. Glannlni Philip Clay :
William A.Kelly OHrer Dibble
Jf*eph P. Laicey Richard O'Connor
Joe H.Jordan Charles: Cosgrare
T. J. Baelgslnpi ; Charles ,*J. Heggerty ' •
D. S. O'Brien (Mark r* . Gerstle . . > ' .
T. I. Fitxpatrick jl. O. Upham •
I. Golden . r J. A: Mackenzie
J. B. I>eTison |H. J. Maginnlty
Rudolph Taussig , : C.S. Triple^- 1 ;
Horace F. Reed John T. Fogarty
John J. Greely • George A. Clougb
J. H. Steinhart : Frank S.Brltta ln •
Theodore Roche ' Charles A." Shurtleff
David Eisenbach Frederick ,W. Hall
WilUam F. Humphreys Matt Hams !
MOTORCYCLISTS -RACE UP -
HILL AND ONE IS HURT
LONG BEACH,. Nov. 6.— ln an im
promptu motorcycle race up Signal hill
today,: Clarence . Clayton j was . thrown
by-the bursting of his front tire,: and
struck, another/ machine.' The > riders
were going about"so m!les r an'hour and
Clayton was hurled 20 feet through the
air. His skull was .fractured, probably
fatally. lie is 34, married and has one
child. •\u25a0:'\u25a0 * :;•;•.
MAJORITY FOR AL.I/ r AMENDMEXTS
Beat them to it. Show New Or
leans what a big majority , we. can
give all constitutional 'amendments.', ; -
The pure food laws donotimake any
provisions - ; for love that; is .'adulterated
with 'filthy lucre. - ..-,--• -.. i .. , ;
THE SAN.: FRANCISCO; CALL; "MONDAY,; NOVEMBER ; 7,: 1910^
Cablegrams express
ing, sympathy for the
death of her husband
liave been sent to Prin
cess Hatzfeldt in Lon
don by her California
friends. Among those
who have accepted her
hospitality in Kngland
are Mrs. William Miller
Graham, Joseph D. Red
ding. _, and Mrs. R. P.
Schwerin.
• * *
\u25a0 Mrs. William ; Miller
Graham, who came
from Santa Barbara for
the Greenway assembly
Friday evening, is
spending a week at the
Palace. Mr. Graham,
who accompanied her,
expects to leave : in. a
few days for Paris on
a business trip of \u25a0 two
months.
• • •
Mrs. Henry Williams
.has . returned to her
: residence on ; Laguna
street after a stay of
several weeks at th*
Harry Alston Williams
home In Berkeley. The
' dance she will give for
her debutante grand
daughters'. Miss Flor
ence and Miss Muriel
Williams, will be an
event of the holiday
season.
• Rev. Bradford lieavitt
and his daughter. Mips
Helen Leavitt, are
spending .a\ month in'
New York. ; They will
return December 1.
\u25a0 "\u25a0# • • *
Miss Margeret Roose
velt will spend a montn
as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Carter Pitkln
Pomeroy before return
ing to Xew York.' She
attended Mrs. Green
way's dance Friday
evening and , will be
much entertained dur
ing 'her stay."
• ..* *
Mrs.Alpheus Bull has
moved into her new
home' in Pacific avenue,
which was recently
completed.
A number of prom
inent matrons have in
terested themselves in
the. lectures to, be given
at the St. Francis next »•
week '"by Charles Kel
logg.'.who will talk on
California birds. The
patronesses are: Mrs.
\u25a0Henry T. Scott, Mrs. \
Charles Clark, Mrs.
Richard Bayne, Mrs.
Harry Mendel.l, Mrs.
William Irwin. Mrs.
Mountford Wilson, Mrs.
Robert Wood, Mr?. Gor
don Blandingr, 'Mr?.
Ralph H«rrison, Mrs.
George Kelham, Mrs.
James v Tucker, . Mrs.
Homer King, Mrs. Ru
dolph Sprcckels and
Mrs. George Howard. \
• • *
Dr. Harry Tevis "will
leave this month for '
Europe to spend two
months in Paris. On
his return he will oc
cupy permanently his
home at Los Gatos,
which was recently en.
tirely remodeled. Dr.
Tcvis spent several'
days of last week in
town, to greet his sis
ter. Mrs. Frederick.
Sharon, on her arrival*
from Kurope.
' « *. .*
Mrs. Remi P. Srhwerin
is. expected home In. a
few days after^a four
months' tour of Europe.
She has be»n visiting
friends in New York
and Washington in the
last two weeks.
Mr. and Mr*. Albert
Russell will leave this
week for Santa Bar
bara, where Mrs. Rus
sell and their small son
will spend the winter.
• . • •
Joseph L.. Eastland
arrived in New York ;
last week from Europe,
where he had spent the
last year. % 'He Is en
route to San Francisco
and will spend -««the
greater part of the win
ter here.
AVIATION MEETING
PLANS ABANDONED
Committee of Bankers and Pro»
moters Will Be Dissolved
After Paying Expenses
The attempt to bring the -world's
birdmen to San Francisco has been
abandoned for the time being 1 by the
committee of bankers and promoters
who, since September, have been per
fecting arrangements to that end.
Within the last, two days thei wires
between this city and New York have
been burning with lengthy „ messages
with the result.. that a halt has been
called. Afterpaying a few; bills today
the executive j managers will disorgan
ize and .the committee willrgo out of
existence. \u25a0 • \u25a0 .-' .:•\u25a0\u25a0' •\u25a0 . /v,v. \u25a0\u25a0 '. ..- \u25a0-:'\u25a0\u25a0-....:
During the negotiations for the meet
here arrangements were begun to bring
the Wrights. Blerlot.Curtiss and other
flyers to this .city. - Had the plans suc
ceeded the coast would have witnessed
the first great' midwinter. aviation meet
ever held. in this state. There is some
talk of -bringing the birdmen here in
spite^of the collapse olf .present plans.
In : such an event other businessmen
would lnterest.themselves in the affair,
and assume^the." responsibility of com
pensatlng"the*participants. ' .
.The headquarters^opened by the com
mittee at the j hotel closed'yes
terday. WTjenVrthe". committee ~; meets
today . a motion ; ; wf ll f- be -put-; to - pay all
outstanding ;bills, v which;am6unt to but
$30, and then •.'a'i resolution dissolving
the committee will be: passed.. \u25a0';,"• .
MEYER FAVORS TWO NAVAL
DRYDQCKS; FOR WEST
' Noy.7'6.~Back 'from
an inspection tour" th"at\ extended ,over
1.0,633 :• miles, •';-. Secretary \u25a0 of '\u25a0'\u25a0 the \u25a0-'Navy.
Meyer reached Washington. today. He
announced .that thej-e i were too. many
navy i yards on the 'Atlantic and; gulf
coasts > and. that he.- expected: to' make
some changes In the"; work jof ;the Mare
Island '.navylyard.'^He; declined' to fdis
cuss'the;Pacific islands >yards until he
had consulted ;experts -.' in A the ' service."
" Tlf ere "; is no ; Intention i to establish' a
base on ; the isthmus,', nor} is a any,
Intention rbfj placing^ the", construction'
and pay "corps ?inj the; lihe- of 'the navy.
\u25a0' , Her ; favors - 'establishing V two dry
docks \ on i the * Pacific^ coast.';* These Yin
all; . probability/ will? be % within '<eaay.
reach; of San Francisco. >;"\u25a0;. '\u25a0^^w*.
DANCERS TO STAGE
"THE DEATH OF EVE"
Margaret Barry and George
Walcker Cast jor Principal •".','.
Roles' in Play *
:-."The;Death of Eve.'^William Vaughn
Moody's conception of Eve's return with
Cain to \u25a0' the Garden of - r Eden and "'her
death at the foot of .the tree of knowl-,
edge, will be enacted at \u25a0 the Calif ornia
club this evening 'and; Tuesday after
noon, with Mmci Margaret Barry, in the
title role and George Walcker .as the
banished son, whom: she goesinto' the
desert to seek." ' ' v
'The affair will be given on an elab
orate . <?cale, the jewels which Mme.
Barry will wear being 2,000 years old.
These are at present on. exhibition" at
Shenasi's in Post street. They wilUb*
worn; with a greenish blue diaphanous
drapery vßhotv Bhot with gold and -with- it
will "be/carried a flame colored ; chiffon
scarf. .. ' • ' :
DANGER'S SOXGS UXUSUAL
Mme. Barry's art is .that of the sym
bolic dancer, and her; poetic readings
add a touch that. the emotional dancers
fail to give.' She will be heard to great
advantage in her song of praise and of
pleading^ her lament and her song, of
death.
Walcker, as Cain, is also'well fitted
to the role. He will be garbed in th«
browns of the. desert, * a deep <scarlet
drape /giving the one -needed gleam- of
color. His songs of j rage . and grief
and praise are strong and. unusually
different from anything we have 'heard
in this city in a longtime. ;
This practically will be ,the final
public appearance, of the two dancers
prior to their departure : for Europe.
CLIIBAVOMEX ';ARIti\GB PARTIES .
Tickets are on sale at the California
club in Clay street at $1- a seat, and
the proceeds of the two performances
will swell the building fund of the
California, club hall. '
•.A number of large parties have been
planned for the affair. ~ Mrs. Jjovell
White will entertain a party of 50
friends, Mrs. Reuben Wood Mastick
will have 20 guests, Mme. Barry will
entertain the Duncan troupe as her
guests, and Miss' Mary Gordon," Mrs.
J. D. McMasters and Mrs. James Craw
ford will also { be hostesses, for the
occasion.
Among those on the committee of
arrangements are: Mrs. Lovell White.
Mr 6. F. M. Sponogle. Miss. Margaret
Curry, -Miss Mary ' Farrbrother, Mrs.
Henry DicKhoff, Miss Josephine Crow
lpy. Miss Mary Gorham. Mrs. James
Crawford, Mrs. Hn Van Haren and Mrs.
Reuben Wood Mastick. .
CREIGHTON HAS BIG
NONPARTISAN CLUB
Has Been Active in Rebuilding
of City ."
The Charles- E. A. Creighton non
partisan campaign, club has perfected
an . unusually strong organization |to
wage the campaign for the' election of
Creighton to -the justice court. Creigh
ton is one of . the best known young
men in the public life of San Fran
cisco. :\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- •.- • \u25a0: .\ . . .
He has never held public office, but
he has been identified as a faithful
and efllcierit\worker with every civic
reform movement In the last 10 years.
Here is a roster of the \u25a0 committee
charged with Crelghton's » .campaign:
Chairman. .Tosppb } O'Connor; »Jc« chairman,
Joseph J. Cusark: secr«>tarr. Pi>t« J. MeCor
mtrV: J. H. Jlc^allum. FYfd Sanborn. Fred Snbr,
George *f\ymon, John Twyford. \u25a0 William 'Gilday,
J. J. I^rman. .Joseph Hab^r Jr., Pare CampNfJl.
Dr. A. E. Hackett,' John Cr^ealia, George W.
Lunt. Mattb*»w O'Brien, Pr.J. R. Oark, J. J.
Cn^ack. G. TV. Hubbard, Jam*!" Lc»T*tt. Dr. J. M.
Toner. John T. William*. J. J. Crow^. .Al<»Tan
dpr McOillooh. Edw. Lande. Mamhall B. Wood
tvorth,'Gns Rapp. F. R<»niensbar)rer. William J.
O'Brien. R. Costpllo, William M. Symon. Herbert
Choynski, . Ike* Goldman. F. O. Jonen. : H. J.-A«
gelo. F. J. Ghlpellf, r>r. A.' H. . White. Tobey
Jrwin, Albert DcToto. t,oali« Tiiiehettl, Ed Jorop
pl. Jack- Dwyer. William O'Neill, J. N. Toung.
A.: K. Dagpett. R. ,M.- J. Armrtrong. Jerry
I*ucey. P.J . Kelly, Ed Haugrhey, H. T. ETerett,
Charles McCarthy, Henry Byrne, George . Denm
fant. Charles M. Gallagher, G. B. Risso, Edw.
Hallakan, D. B. Faktor. \u25a0
WHEELER EXPLAINS
FREIGHT RATE WAR
Home Industry League Enter-
tains Prominent Architects
At the luncheon of the Home Indus
try league of California, which was at
tended by prominent architects of this
city Saturday, William R. Wheeler,
head of the traffic bureau of the Mer
chants' exchange, explained the fight
for equitable railroad . rates that San
Francisco has been waging before the
interstate commerce commission. . >
. He was applauded when he said that
success was; attending, the protests of
the west and that before long a proper
equation would be established between
the"lon£. eastern haul and. the short
western haulV for points on the great
plateau. , . •
Wheeler expressed the hope that a
congressional appropriation would be
secured to make, the San Joaquin river
navigable to within, a . short- distance
of Fresno | and then a canal \could *be
made to provide water transportation.
» William Mooser, heading^he delega
tion i from San J Francisco \ chapter \u25a0of
American \u25a0. Institute I of- Architects, jj said
that the employment of local architects
would Insure the use of California mai>
terials, "which were equal to -other
makes. :
,/ L'liouls E.' Aubury, state mineralogist,
spoke of discrimination of. the architect
of the treasury against California!ma
terials. Aubury said that* government
and some state officials never employed
California material on buildings when
the " same material could be secured
elsewhere.': ."\u25a0'\u25a0.;. . ".. ; : " \u25a0'..\u25a0\u25a0-'\u25a0:'\u25a0 \u25a0.\u25a0:\u25a0\u25a0::\u25a0\u25a0..
Henry A. Schultz. an architect, said
that, western, architects suffered be
cause Vof | the .glamour, of . the east .to
California property owners. ':.:' V:'
• George Applegarth agreed to have a
listof.all California, materials sent to
the architects. •-\u0084/ "'_• . : . , : .\
George B. McDougall. M.\ O'Brien,
Sylvain ; Snhnaittcher, Frederick ; Meyer
and ; August Headman were ' among - the
guests I and t President V Parker presided.
REAL-ESTATE BOARD
PROTESTS; 29 CENT TAX
Blanks A re>Prin ted for DistrK
; billion AmbrigfMehibers,:
The San , Francisco v real .estate board
has prepared blank ; forms : for;the : for
mal v protest 1 which i may be : made ; s by
property 'holders ;and ; tajj payers tolthe
tax collector fagainstUhe collection- of
the 29 cen t emergency tax how assessed
against \u25a0 property: in j San -Ffanclscb.v v r
: Unless 1;s s1;s1;s 1 ; a* protest 'ls, made at|the; time
the taxes are paid the tax payer has'no
grounds: toi reclaim j.hlß_.; payment; should
the court invalidate the^tax, It is stated.'
The emergency^ tax dates from the time
of ithe ;flre.v The* board 'claims : it" Is ' not
necessary ; now.. .-.''\u25a0".. ' ' ,V - ;•"!\u25a0;. \.~~- -;.;•«\u25a0 ;
> i These; forms for i: protest lwill* be 'dis
tributed by -the aboard among .its i -mem
bershipf andimay^be secftred by/others
at the board's rooms.' s3o Mills building,
on "payment; of 'the>actual cost of -priht
ing.— .";-;.;-* ","•":" "- : ". \u25a0'•:'•• '\u25a0 - W. •"'. •':-\u25a0;;•
\VIX CONGRESS BYC YOUR .TOTES
! ißeat New,/ Orleans.; * Win * -'congress
and the exposition" by voting 'for all
constitutional
P^Theireserit support of schools is in no way impaired by the adoption
oj 'Amendment No. iY^bu^m the contrary a constitutional guaran^ is
given in the amendment itself of the> state's obligation to continue its
vv ' ' JAMES RGILLETFT;
, x Chairman State Board of Equalization. .
The most competent experts available have; made investigations and estimates \r*
dependent of .the commission, rand have- .certified *;to> : .us^that there would have been a
surplus of state's revenues over expenditures in 1909 had Amendment Ko. 1 been in
operationthatyear. ~: \u25a0 " * : .^3^::
This amendment has been -indorsed by the following organizations:
CALIFORNIA STATE:REALTYFEDERATIdN
SAN FRANCISCO REAL ESTATE BOARD
, LOS ANGELES REALTY}SOARD ' ;
MODESTO REAL ESTATE BOARD
' SACRAMENTO REALTY- BOARD
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SA^ 4 JOSE REAL-ESTATE AGENTS' ASSOCIATION
STOCKTON REAL ESTATE BOARD
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE/EXCHANGE
LONG BEACH REALTY BOARD 'V
OAKLAND^REALESTATE ASSOCIATION
These organizations represent the real property
interests of California
STATE GRANGE PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY
representing the agricultural interests^ of the State of California, and " ' 3fS^T"
THE COMMONWEALTH CLUB OF SAN FRANCISCO
On behalf of these organizations you' are respectfully 'requested to vote in favor oof;f f;
Senate Constitutional Amendment No. 1 at the election on Tuesday, November 8, 1910.
CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE OF "' --
ASSOaATED REALTY BOARD OF CALIFORNIA
J. R. HOWELL', Chairman, San Francisco H. A. McCLELLAND, Sacramento
FRANK K. MOTT, . Oakland. S. B. LEAS, Fresno
GILBERT S. WRIGHT, L.os Angeles W. L. ATKINSON, San Jose
GEORGE J.. WREN, Modesto FRANCIS CUTTING, Secretary, Stockton
Judge Seawell Enjoys Well Earned
Confidence of Bench, Bar and Public
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The . member* of the
San Francisco bar are
working virtually as one
man for | the re-election
of Judge James M. Sea-
well, who for 20 years
has occupied a command*
Ing - place In the . very
front rank of California's
jurists* \u0084 . ~s* .-
Probably no man o|i
the bench in California-
en joys in a •;. larger de-
gree the,, respect,? confi-
dence and affection of the
. . • • j ; • . \u25a0 \u25a0 •
members of the -legal
profession than Judge
Seawell. i His profound
legal learning has Im-
pressed :' Itself not alone
on the bench and bar 'of
California, but upon.' the
bench and bar of other
states. 'His integrity has
never been questioned
and his fostering: regard
for the 'ideals and-* ethics
of his 'prof ession are the.
boasted pride of the law-
yers* of California.
: For > eighteen years
Judge Seawell has given j
San" Francisco ; and the
state ; extraordinary; serv-i
ice*;; upon the /superior"
bench. ".::'•' He j was \l) first
elected^in \u25a0:\u25a0 1893 . and in-
1898 and 1904 -he ? was
successively" re-elected \ by/
increased popular ma-
jorities. .;\u25a0 The '.remark-,
able phase of Judge Seawell's '. increas-
ing ' majorities lies". in '• the' -fact < that
there- Is nothing -of the politician 'in
his' makeup. . and that his ; \ unusual
service «i\ the ' bench has taken •;' him
JUDGE JAMESiM^SEAWELI;; *
outof personal contact with ;the public.
{"jp.urlhs^hisUhree terms-on the 'bench
Judge \u25a0 Seawell -has handled •'. many of
the \ most :-'. important > cases V that i have"
beeh'^pre'|sente'd*t'o? the -attention ' of Tthe
courts of California. And
his record is one of th*i
cleanest and - best ever
made by a California Jur-
ist. Judge Seawell has
been chosen presiding
judge of the superior'
court several times and
has always handled civil
cases. Some of the most
difficult legal questions
presented to the courts
in recent years have been
left to Judge SeawelVs
decision, and his opinions .
have been respected as
sound, legal interpreta-
tions. Suitors and attor-
neys have long since '
come to prefer to entrust
the decisions of their
legal controversies to
Judge Seawell than to
juries. And his method of
attending to the business
of his court with an ey© -
to saving of time has
made him a favorite with.:
attorneys and litigants
alike. '
Judge Seawell has nev-
er been considered as a
partisan by th.B bench.
bar and public of San
Francisco. By the great
majority of the lawyers
of San Francisco and 'of
the state, the absence of
Judge Seawell from the
bench would be viewed
in the light of a public
calamity. He has never sought thu
public eye and the modesty of hl»
long and arduous services to the peo-
ple of California has only been equals*
by - their.- inestimable - value, ;
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