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PLOTTERS AGAINST
MIKADO MAY DIE
26 Persons Found Guilty of At
tempting to Take Life of
Emperor
TOKYO. Nov. S._The finding- <?f the
srecial court organized to try the, plot
ters against the life of the emperor
has be^n announced.
Twenty-six persons were found jruil
ty. including the ringleaders. Kotoku
and his wife.
The r-ourt recommends the severest
penalty under clause 73. which pro
vides capital punishment for the plot
ters against the imperial family.
PORTUGAL REVOLUTION
COST LIVES OF 61
LISBON. Nov. 9— lt Is officially an- j
r>cunced that 61 persons were killed }
and 417 others were injured at the time!
of the revolution. *
AMUSEMENTS
•!• •/ i
I THIS EVENING, November 10 J
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4- Lnder the Direction of JAMES W. COFFROTH £
»!« i — — . X
* Four Hundred Little Girls Left Homeless by Fire j :
i: Proceeds to Go to Mount St. Joseph's Asylum t
? ATHLETIC CARNIVAL VAUDEVILLE SHOW t
'.' _____ •%
:••: Stars From Ring and Dia- stars From Local The- %
J mond i aters i*
t B A32HSH?-2E££?3 CILSOX. and TOLAX f
> EnDIB DEVMS Renowned Sketch Team %
V HOGAX, FRAVXK and I,A GRAVE adthth t oftiis
t " B^ tPg P " Ut " x"cd Ten" U ±
V. MAOGARJ-HOC^X-VITT- LETTER RAYMOND %
X In Match Rare Acrobatic Juggler j.
£ Dl.\fA\ and THIAS , " BESTVET TRIO -r.
1 ' RICE and PROVOST \u2666
J. KOLB end BARATY \u25a0 •&
A In AVrestllng Contest* WILLIAM KIDD XELSOX \u2666
* ' . .. *.--.
X Track and Fteld Eventw LEO JOE TROUPE 4*
t TICKETS 50 CENTS ±-
4* On !«a!r at Call Office, Palace Hotel, St. Francis Hotel and - :
•}• iiun.«t'». S«O Market Street j^
Uini(-Jsll!%i is. LOVERICH, MANA6UJ/
Ellis St. near Fillmore — Class A Theater.
SIXGS
tT"i~*MT/-' UT O1 ff ALL THIS WEEK— LAST TIME SAT. NIGHT.
l(J-Nlv»lil 0110 John Cort Presents
AT NOVELTY IVIAX RIQIViArN
Sunday Aft., 2:30, at Columbia gg™" tP f Recess; the Idylls Comedy
S.»t> 8 t Shorm.n. n«y & Co/». ?1 to <2-V> "MARY JANE S PA '
YE LIBERTY j Xl^ ht Prices— 2sc to $1.
Oakland— Tomorrow Aft, at 3t30 | Sat - « n(1 SuD - Matinee Prlces-25c to 75c.
H _ _ S«at Stlfi Now On.
Lyi RRRC Ba Commencing Sunday Mat.. NoveraliPr 13.
mmU "THE BLUE MOUSE"
THE FAMOUS COMPOSER
And Her London Vocal Quartette \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 . \u25a0 • , i ,
Thursday Evening, Nov. IT, at NOVELTY p a IJDIpK' theater
Sunday Afternoon Nov. 20, at COLUMBIA uARIULBI SSS/WSI. I^.
Sr,r,. SI.SA. $ i.nn,7.V. S - LOVEKfC^ Manager. .
KQ-T ar s=b"rm»n. q»r & Co>. This -^r f^ Only— Last Time Sunday Night,
PAVLOWA and MORDKIN »*-*
With Ccmnlete Ru*«ian Ballet and Orrbestra. In tbe Great Musical Comedy Success
mail orders .nw. saTHE WHITE HENrca
\u25a0 „ , Night and Sun. Mat. Price*— 2se to $1.
Sat. Mat. "Pop" Prices— 2sc and 50c.
BST x3*_r_J Vi VJf 9 iat Near Market Commencing Monday. November 14, *
M ' r — MAX DILL
S?5-atF^SBl6-_^g^j^ In "THE GIRL AND TBE BARON"
MME. IVAZIiVIOjVA. T^^^^^^^^^^^^Z
THIS KYI. «nd EVE— Last Times of .
"A DOLL'S HOUSE" • WssPi> J^__^SS-^FSjj_M| THE
rr «?=' T-Jrf^ I "TKEFAIRY TALE" W%<&&s^&yslom pla?hS:se
"«^gi^,3 I.at Thrfp Niphtg— Matinrp Sit.
\u25a0 g | p* I Tb<» Compdr Triumph. .'
Wm.Faversham [email protected]]b
Is -THE VOELD AiTD HIS VTTE" STHPH^KwIw-M \u25a0__! D J
Var* Ready Now at Tketter and F.mpnriiiai __\u25a0 BL - J J^-i_r >^..,TO_i r l. 1^!*"
. . With Tred.Niblo and a Perfect Compaay •
ALCAZAR ;S:^ r 2? blanchewalsh
BELAKCO i MATER Owners and Managers *» Her Latest Success, "Tin: OTHER. WOMAN"
Seats on Sale.
POSITIVELY LAST FOUB. NIGHTS Matinees. Wednesday and Saturday.
William Gillette's Imperishable Farce Comedy
TOO MUCH JOHNSON %o^m^
A. Splendid Pictorial Production tmS««\_, »«.S\OC\CTOH &?QWltt
Safest and Most Magnificent Theater in America.
SATURDAY TOTVZSBITY MAT in__ TODAY AND : EVERY PAY
FOOTBALL TEAM NIGHT. INTERNATIONAL VAUDEVILLE
Trire?— Npht. »C to $1: Mat.. 25c to 50c. THE IMPERIAL RUSSIAN DANCERS (By
MVTINEE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Special P«>rmis?io.n of the C-ar of Russia); CA-
Se.u for „,. «t Box Of.cc and Emporium. «™?««
Vest Week— "THE GREAT- JOHN CANTON." and CO.. In "A Call For Help": THE OLD
" : SOUJIER FIDDLERS; FRANK MORRELL; GUS
ONLAW TRIO; NEW ORPHEUM MOTION PIO
\u25a0 ~Ti TCRES. La»t Week of LIONEL BARRYMORB
9 9 TtTK W ffflklV^ and M<"KEE RANK IN, assisted by Doris Rankln,
'i R Tl_) H Im |T in "The White Slaver."
iL^# ¥^# StL. IL_f S. A A-* Evening prieps. 10<?. 25c. -Vw. 75c; box seats $1.
m ~ •~fc^~^««» -«-^ Mat^ p r i ces (except Sundays and Holidays), 10c, \
BUSH AXD L.AIUCIX STS.. 25c, 50c. PHONES: Douglas 70. Home C 1570.
OCEAN WATER BATHS ?m . v >_ m _;._j-
S«lmnilng and Tub Batbs . >rj^a >^ O A iPlpiP
Salt wster cUrect from tbe wean Op^n /fcTiWft^ I* ffl fj ISB Ll
every <s*y and ereniag. lnclndlng Sundays CLf^sGX "•"\u25a0 V" \u25a0\u25a0."'•
, D d tolldsrs. from 7a._utolo p. m. Spec- xO^T ! %rr\_) NFW HAIIFRRNIA '
tstors' gallery fre«. /i//_fS«/ \-*§ i PI_II. uHLIfUnIiIA
hatstorlui- reserved Tneßdar and Friday . ._fl I .:'*f* \u25a0'\u25a0*« ' IflntfEV PIIID
doming from 9 o'clock to Doon for women only. jgSTv^V. "Cf 'i- A UUUfttl uLUu
*%£&£& %?S?3£ h Si I : OPENING DAY
and freah water. Each room fitted with bot «£v/ H ,v " „ ""'
«d «>M aalt aad fresh shower. X^ W SatUrtfaV. NOV. 12
BRANCH Tg^jggdSaJl****- ST - HACING.EVERY WEEK t DAY 6 RAIN OR SHINE
~~~~^~*~*~~~~ M ~"" M "'^ MM^' M - \u25a0 Adails«ion— Men. $2; I-adies, $I.' : , ' '- „
' For special trains stopping : at > the tract, take
_. S. P. Ferry, foot of Market St.; leaTe= at 12 m..
ir \ i^. «ir —..\u25a0«-» >_,'- T»_-_ I thereafter every 20 minutes .until. 1:40 p.m. 'No
j Don t Worry ; It , Doesn t Pay J «nokin ? la the last two cars,- which are reserved
(TTCT7 PATT WAMT 1 ATiQ I for ladiea and their *6corts.t^- \u25a0-'.:-. -.~.
Übi_ C/U-rL. WAKI AU£> I thomas H.wiLLTAMS,-EtB_Ueat.
X.. i iiii ' ' ' "'•'•-• 'i n \ 'X. PE IIC 1" - .W» IBKAT.* S ecr e tary. . :
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VIVISECTIONISTS
MAY BE ARRESTED
Humane Officer Threatens to
\u25a0 Prosecute Surgeons for
Cruelty to Animals
CHICAGO. Nov. 9. — Chicago surgeons
who use the knife on healthy animals
in thr medical clinics, being: held daily
for the congress x>f surgeons in session
here place themselves liable to arrest
for cruelty, according to Hugo Krause,
superintendent of the Anti-Cruelty
society, i'"?:'^']
'•It ip announced that surgeon wir
cut off a leg of a dos and then feetv
it on again at a clinic to be held at
the Northwestern university medical
school tomorrow." said Krause. "I am
going to be there. There Is no law
in Illinois against vivisection, but these
men who cut up helpless animals can
be prosecuted for cruelty. ?
"I don't believe any one would cut
into a body without first giving an
anaesthetic. But it is afterward that
the animal suffers.
>FE_E-" ;; S.-y"r3^
LIQUOR EFFECT IS
DIVORCE BASIS
Judge Rules Number of Drinks
Have Different Results
.... \u0084-. Jn Men " .
Judge Graham decided yesterday that
a divorce decision must not, take into '
account the number of-drlnks, but the
effect they may have. B. Anita Coovpt
sued for divorce from David R: Coover, !
a photographer, on the' ground of j
habitual intemperance. It was admit- i
ted by Coover that- every day he takes
"several" glasses of liquor, but he de
nied that he was, ever incapacitated, j
"Several drinks a day.raight not have
any efrect: upon a man's ability to at
tend to ? his business," remarked the
judge in denying Mrs. Coover a dlvorcf.
"while in the case of another man -Jt"
might. There Is no evidence that
Coover was wholly incapacitated."
A year ago Mrs. Coover got a divorce
on the ground that her. husband exhib
ited symptoms of being; the victim of
a hookworm, but the decree was set
aside because Coover was not properly
served with the papers.; -
William H. Armitage, an architect/of
Kentville and San Francisco, was sued
for divorce yesterday by Alice M. Ar
mitage on the grounds of .cruelty and
failure to provide. Mrs. Armitage-com
plains that her husband took other
women buggy riding and car riding and
that once when she- met her husband in
the street with one. of these. women he.
said, "Don't you^want me to. introduce
her to you?" Armitage. owns real
property worth $6,700 and earns $200 a
month, his^wife says. She asks $100 a
month alimony.
Patrick Guerero. a Mexican, was
granted a divorce by Judge Van Nos
trand from Susie A. Guerero. A year
ago. Guerero testified, his wife told him
that she liked fair skinnjd men better
than he and abandoned him.
Divorces were granted as.follows:'
By Judge Graham— Ma* Pickartl from Wil
liam >". Pickaxd.. desertion. .
By 1 Judge Sturtevant— Charles Cole Kno*
from Marion Ruth - Knox. desertion; Flerenre
M. TVortlij- from Arthur B. Worthy, desertion;
Manuel. Aria* from Tomasa Arias, Infidelity.
By Judge Troutt — M. J. Harron from Howard
Harron, desertion. '. .
Suits for. divorce were begun by:
Balbica \u25a0 Boaseo • against Pomenico- Boasso.
vrillful neglect.
Harry T. Rice against Ele.anor F. Rice,
cruelty. '
Dominick Bencick against Emma Bencick,
cruelty.
Susie Hovey against H. D. Kovey, deser
tion.
Ida F. Young against William P. Young,
statutory grounds. -. ;
Al-ra L. St. Clair against Caroline St. Clair.
suit for annulment on the ground that the
dffendant has another husband alive.
NOTRE DAME ALUMNAE
TO GIVE RECEPTION
Reverend Superior General to
Be Guest of Honor
In celebration of the coming of Sis
ter Mary . Aloyce. the reverend superior
general of Notre Dame de Naxnur, who
arrived in this city Monday from Na
mur, Belgiu-m, the students of the col
lege of Notre Dame of San Francisco
gave her a "reception at their institu
tion Tuesday, accompanying it "With a
literary and musical program. '
This is the first time that a mother
general- of the sisters' of Notre Dame
has visited the United States, and as
a further mark of tribute to her the
alumnae association of Notre Dame col
leg.? will hold another reception in her
honor at the college tonight.
At the. reception by the students on
Tuesday the address to the reverend
mother general was delivered by Miss
AliceToung. The others who took part
in the program were:
Anita Fussier Josephine Brineas ..«,.
Aileen C**tello Frances Csmpodonlca
Emily Fabler Rath Malcolm
Helen McFadden Evelyn Shore
Marie Mayerle * Helen Tracy ,->
Carmel I McFadden Rope Lagan
Ros>e Lajran ! May TompkinH
Catherine Ryan Dorothy Welch
Vera Kelly Anna O'Neill i \u25a0
Elisabeth Hartnett A*nes Cotter
Marie Costelln Georpina Ranken
Marie Quijada . . Naomi Fahy
Cedle - Foley Marian -Whelan
Mary Rinrflan ' Frances D<*simone
Ethel Kllborn Gladys Raean
Lucy Butteenfcach Adele Dettner
Bertha Brinpas Loltta Francis
Carlotta Qnljada GenerieTe. Russell
Martha Ryan
JUNIPERO SERRA NOW
NAME OF THE SCHOOL
Change Aladeat Holly Park'Jn
Educator's > Honor L-
The board of education at. its meet
ing' yesterday afternoon changed the
name of the Holly Park school, to that
of Junipero Serra, "in honor," said Di
rector . Kincaid, "of that great"edu
cator." % ' ' \u25a0
The Devisadero Street Improvement
association was granted \u25a0 permission to
have charge pf the ceremonies of the
laying of the corner stone of the Den
man school Sunday. November 27. '
Nell K. Kendrick,. was . transferred
from the \u25a0 commercial evening to the
Mission high school.
R.L. Durham was appointed a spe
cial teacher of commercial subjects and
assigned.to the Mission hierh school.
.".Leave of absence- on account of 'ill
npss was granted to .Miss May Cash
man. - Miss Myrtle . : Young and Miss
Agnes ,K. Drake." \u25a0. \. . •
Miss Alma Tobin *was assigned to
substitute duty in'the girls* high school
during the leave . of absence, of Miss
Blanche Leviele. .
Bids were received for dark curtains
for 17 schools to be used when giving
stereopticon lectures. One was for
J383.15 and the other for $383.80. These
were referred to the committee on sup
plies.
U. S. DISTRICT COURT
HAS ANN'S AGE CASE
Did .Steamer Ram Bridge or
Bridge Steamer?
When the steamer St. Helena. Janu
ary 19 of this 3*ear, was carried against
the drawbrjdge on the ,Napa. river on
the, line of railway between Napa.junc
tion and Santa Rosa, was the fault with
the navigation of the vessel or, was the
stationary- part of Uhe .bridge built too
far into the river? : •
That is a question the United s States
district court will have to determine. ,
A few -weeks ago the Napa transpor
tation 1 company, the owners : of ' the > St.*
Helena,; sued the; Southern Pacific com
pany for $1,400 "damages" because the
bridge was negligently 'built in the
river.^ . .'\u25a0\u25a0,'. -'••'/ -.
-The Southern Pacific company retal
iated ; yesterday.. by suing- the -transpor
tation ':> company for g5544,g 5544, the '-\u25a0 amount
of injury done the bridge at the time
of the collision. : "
Mexico Excursion
Christmas in old ;" Mexico. No; more
unique or interesting way to spend the
holidays than. by joining 1 , the great per
sonally, conducted- excursions from San
Francisco December \u25a0 14,' and Los An
geles : December ;15.-.v Round 'trip $80.
Dining. ; parlor, and \u25a0 observation cars
and Pullman vestibuled 1 - sleepers. For
details , sfe. agents Southern Pacific."
Ticket- ofrices,> Flood* tbuildingr, .Palace
hotel.; Market, street * ferry.; depot. Third
and *,--> Townsend '"'streets >i depot, ,' and
Broadway; and< Thirteenth street.^Oak
land. Santa'-Fe^ office. -673 -Market
street. National -.Railways' of "Mexico
office,: Honadnocic;; building, - - *\u25a0- » \u25a0\u25a0--\u25a0\u25a0
RENAULT CAR ENDS
SEA TO SEA TRIP
W.T.. Warren and Mrs. t Warren in their Renault' car \u25a0with which the})
crossed the continent, arid a portrait of C. W. Churchill, -sales manager of
the: Winton cpmpany: ; • ; "' ' ; V
LAWYER ACCUSED
OF EMBEZZLEMENT
Frank R. Wilson Charged With
Defrauding Military Pris=:
oner on Alcatraz
Frank R. Wilson, an attorney of this
city, was arrested yesterday by . Deputy
Marshal T. J. Kiernan on a charge of
embezzlement preferred in a secret in
dictment returned by the federal grand
jury Friday. Wilson isaccused of hav
ing embezzled $550 intrusted to his care
by Charles L. Green, a military pris
oner On Alcatraz island.
It is alleged that Wilson secured a
pension check for $550. fr0m Green with
the understanding that he , would secure
a pardon for Green before January 1,
1910, and take out of the check, for his
services $200. If the pardon was not
secured the check was to be returned,
Jt is alleged.
The accused attorney was taken be
fore United States Commissioner
Wright and his bonds fixed at $2,000,
which were furnished. \u25a0 '- ,
Wilson said that it had been agreed
between himself and Green that he
should keep the check. until; Green had
served his- term on Alcatraz island or
until Wilson had secured his pardon.
vj/i, rdx*ricr 9 two Lnc_)tiod,na
u dear old ladies" who may be the one. Every state
|||||i has its claimants — and they're still coming. Sons,
daughters, husbands, friends, have all joined the search. .
An\ editor -of ; THE is touring the country all the time,
"ma^ is the most interesting
. ,; one she hasVfoundisb V-'far. -. Perhaps you'll think she is the old lady.
That's why we; arc printing her story in the big Christmas Number of
He stated that he has several times
conferred with the commandant at Al
catraz on, the matter and at all times
has been ready to return the $550. t0
Green.
BIDS REQUESTED FOR
REGR ADING BEALE STREET
Bids for the regrading and resewer
ing of Beale street were called for
yesterday by the board of 'worTcs. to
be received November 30. In the work
of cutting down Beale street_to afford
level communication the adjacent prop
erty owners .will'pay for the grading,
but the city will bear the expense of
replacing the sewer.
AUTO MAKERS FOR
FAIR IN THIS CITY
C. W. Churchill, •Sales Manager
of the Winton Company,
: Tells Why
R. R. L'HOMMEDIEU
Sales Manager. C. W. Churchill of the
Winton motor, car company arrived in
San Francisco yesterday on Jits annual
tour of the different agencies. 'This is
Ghurchlll'a second visit to San Fran
cisco. His initial trip last rear was so
enjoyable that h© has mad© plans to
lengthen his stay this time. During a
conversation yesterday he referred to
the chances of California for getting
the big fair in 1915.
He said: ."I think there is no ques
tion that the fair will come to San
Francisco. From what I have' heard
lately I know that the manufacturers
are in favor of this city, especially
th.ose who have had some of their of
ficers visit the city. As a general
proposition I do not believe In fairs, as
I-thrnk. that the reaction does not pay
and that the slight gain that is en
joyed at the time that the fair is being
held. does not last. It is different with
California, and especially with San
Francisco.
"The state has lots of land that is
just waiting to be cultivated. Tou can
send out stories and agents to tell of
the. great" things that can be done in
the state, but there are many who take
the statements with a grain of salt,
These must .see to believe. That, also
holds good with San Francisco. There
are hundreds who still think that you
can find more ruins than reconstructed
property. S?&:'
"Really, It is almdst beyond human
credibility to believe that what can be
seen today in the city could have been
accomplished in so short a time. One
would never suspect that the city
had passed through such a trial. For
this reason, if for nothing- else, the 1 fair
should come to the city just to prove
what wonderful things have been done.
' "I think it will mean much to the
state and city, for .'it will develop the
country by attracting thousands to
come here and sottle. It will also
bring some of the Vg moneyed inter
ests here to partake of the 'far east'
trade that is fast being developed.
"As to the Winton trade and cars for
the year, I may say that we are enjoy
ing the fruits of years of experience.
We are" going' to turn out 1,500 cars.
the same number that we put on the
market last year, and the sales are
three times as heavy as they were this
time last year. The cars have been re
fined, but not radically changed. These
refinements count for more pleasure in
owning, a motor car than over befqre."
Churchill will spend the rest of th?
week and part of next week in the
city.
The Franklin motor car company's
taA at. | yffi| Job BSp
Absolutely Pure
The only taking powder
\ made from Royal Grape
&reans of Tartar
93 Mum, HsLSme Phosphate
Seattle branch is now in the hands ot
+J. Baird. For the
[ last eight years
. the Franklin has
+ been handled here
by the Seattle au
tomobile company.
rbansrc Fraaklli
Seattle Aaren.
VT. T. Warren, who has been, driving
west overland in his 35-45 horsepower
•-.-Renault, has ar
rived home after
a mosz enjoyable
trip. Warren Is
' \u25a0 • \u25a0;. - . more than enthu
siastic over the journey. Fvorn the
start until he arrived at his destina
tion his only trouble was to keep on
the road, for he had to travel without
maps and time and again had to re
trace, his course. It took Jrtaa 19H4
hours running time to travefthe 3.505
miles from New York to his: home In
San Jose.
In speaking: of the trip, he said: "We
might have been- on a traXn without
experiencing any more trouble than
we had with our car. I "used up some
tires, but not nearly 3a many as I
supposed I would, considering the kinds
of roads over which I had to travel.
I did not even have to touch the car
bureter, although thr«e times I went
over mountains that were 8.000 feet
high. My next trip will be. a long
journey in my little Renault. It win
do .the trick. 1 "
W. T. . "Warren !
Arrives la Ren-lt ';
.— .«
Chester X. "Weaver of the local branch
of Studebaker Brothers, has gone east
i. to the E-Jl-F and
Flanders factory
at Detxoit to try
\u25ba and s«rt the allot
ment, of cars in
creased for his territory-.
"Ever since the 1911 models of th*
E-M-F and Flanders cnrs made their
appearance on the market," said Wea
ver.- "the demand has, far exceeded the
supply, and since tlv> was cut
to $1,000 on the E-J.l-F and $700 on
the Flanders there £as been a delugo
of orders from practically every dealer
in the territory.
"The fact that orders for machines
are coming in , so> heavily at this time
of the year clearly indicates the healthy
condition of the automobile industry.""
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