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RAKER WINS THE SEAT IN SIXTH - Defeats Englebright for Con gress by a Plurality of 124 Votes Out of Nineteen Counties in the District Incumbent Carried Only Six SACRAMENTO, Nov. 16.— With a plu rality of 124 votes, as shown by the offirfal count In the various counties of the first congressional district, except Shasta. Judge J. K. Raker of Modoc county lias won the fight for Kngle brighfs seat in congress. The Nevada county man was beaten by 50 votes in his own county and out of the 19 coun ties in the district he carried only six. One of these. Humboldt, gave him a plurality of 2,426. The Shasta count \u25a0was nearly complete at noon today and no change- had been made. The content was an extremely close on* and Englebright and his republican supporters claimed his election to the last. Judge Raker will have the honor of \u25a0being the only democrat that has repre- Bented the district in congress in 17 years. A. Caminetti having been the! last, and that was before 'the district \u25a0was reconstructed. Two years ago Congressman Engle bright carried nearly every county in the district. His plurality then was €.593. He carried Humboldt county . two years ago against E. W. Hollan ; •with a plurality of 3.263 votes. This plurality is cut down by Raker nearly :1000. The following table shows the vote received by each candidate and the pluralities won by them: 1 = i i i* c>- c« !•*\u25a0 !«. county :"j : £ 5" 5* '. \u25a0 ~ "?Z I. >'\u25a0 x" : :«* 1 : \u25a0 : : : HumN^dt 1.063 i 3,489] 12.426 Amador '•>'*> *XW! 12 Tehama 1,329] 761! SW| Maripof* 4"l ."7". S2j Mrao ! Jl4i 282 118 Alpine I 112; 53; | 41 El Dorado j 1.052' 710! 342 I>fl Norte 259 SOT 104 Modoc 791 405 3SB Shasta 1.M7 1.453 S4 t Le*wn 712 326 356 Nevada 1.306 1,316 r»f> Tuolnmno l.Ops; 821 177| Sisklyou LBO3 1,43% 45T» \ Trinity sno! 444 54 1 Platnas r.5»5 430 I2fi Sierra j WV". 380 140 Placpr 1.5681 1.445 123 Cfilsvprss I OS<3! 1.050J | 64 Tn'al \u0084 1 16.G90! 16.766! 2.9311 2.507 Baker's plnralitr. 12-1. STOCKTON COUNTY HEALTH OFFICER IS APPOINTED Dr. William Friedberger Wins Over Dr. Priestly [Special Dispatch io The Call] STOCKTON*. Nov. 16. — The board of supervisors has appointed Dr. William Friedberger county health officer. He and Dr. J. G. Priestly of L«ockeford \u25a0were contestants for the appointment. Doctor Priestly received the support of two of the supervisors and Doctor Friedb^rger of three members. Doctor FrJedberger succeeds Dr. R. B. Knight, who was not an applicant for reap pointment. TWO AVIATORS WILL FLY AT STOCKTON iWillard and Mars Guarantee to Go Up 1,000 Feet [Special Dispatch to The Call] STOCKTON, Nov. 16. — Arrangements have been made \u25a0whereby WillaTd and Mars, aviators, will give a three days' exhibition in this city beginning Thanksgiving day. The meet is to be held under the joint auspices of the Stockton chamber of commerce and thtf Merchants' association. They guaran tee to fly to a height of 1.000 feet. MISSING ENGINEER DROWNED IN CHANNEL XSpecwl Dupclch to The Call] STOCKTON, Nov. I€^-The mystery rarroundlng the disappearance of Hans JCielson. an engineer employed by Mar tin Lund, an island farmer, was cleared lip today by the discovery of his body In the. Stockton channel. J. H. Goodman, who keeps a machine jrhop on the water front, saw the body at the stern of the steamer Constance, •which was moored at the California transportation company -wharf. Nothing is known of Nielson's rela tives. He had $70 In a local bank. .Xlelson disappeared Friday, and it is presumed he fell overboard that night. 1 1 STOCKTONf 1 1 UNION SQUARE 1 tf> jglW""!^! f & mm[m to^ 9 I HALL x 8 I O E-. I O fi § A little money will goa | | long way at Fredericks \u25a0\u25a0'-•. i in buying Furniture to g dress your hall. \V, : • & cf Our stock includes a W &fine line of Settees and S Hall Mirrors in the £ celebrated Fredericks • j Arts and Crafts genuine \u25a0 A fumed oak. But all £ f woods and finishes are t» represented. s '\u25a0 '\u25a0 Investigate our system of • Charge Accounts. - \u25a0 _- - •» . — A " \u25a0 • ,- \u25a0\u25a0 \u0084" - \u25a0 - ' /\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 '\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 - . \u25a0 \u25a0: '-. - — I \u25a0\u25a0;"\u25a0,.•, T. A In the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys COURT STOPS FIGHT OF ELECTRIC ROAD Southern Pacific Obtains In junction Against Extension Over Tracks to River SACRAMENTO, Nov. 16.— The grant ing by Judge Van Fleet of the United States circuit- court in San Francisco of a temporary order restraining* the city officials from interference with the property of the Southern Pacific, and the reading of the telegraphed in junction to the officials shortly before midnight last night, brought to a sud den termination the struggle between the Southern Pacific on one hand and the Northern Electric, protected by the city's police, on the other, which had proceeded throughout the day, over the attempt of the electric road to save its franchise by extending its tracks to the river. Imbedded deep in the sand, the fails of the electric company stretch between the cross lines of the Southern Pacific from its tracks in Front street to -the river. Although connections will not permit trains to run, the Northern Electric officials . say that they have won a victory and that the franchise has been saved. Railroad officers, laboring gangs of both roads and thousands of spectators swarmed on the scene throughout the day. Chief of Police Ahem attempted twice to -clear the obstructions of "dead" switch engines, box cars and thousands of tons of debris placed by the Southern Pacific in the path of its rival, but in both instances the police were repelled. Two clashes took place, one of the Southern Pacific locomotive engineers being worsted in a fist fight with Ahem. After the issuance of the restraining order the Southern Pacifid crews in al most a twinkling with heavy cranes had removed the steel and iron ma chinery which has formed a blockade for three days, and the street was prac tically cleared two hours after hos tilities had ceased. STOCKTON TO PROVIDE FOR TWO CONVENTIONS [Special Dispatch to The Call] STOCKTON, Nov. 16. — Stockton will entertain two conventions the first week in December. The California fruit growers' association will convene here December 6, and during the same week the delegates to the California county and district fair convention will assemble in this city. The Stockton merchants' association will provide en tertainment for the visitors. SUPERVISORS PROPOSE TO REVIVE COUNTY FAIR [Special Dispatch to The Call] STOCKTON, Nov. 16. — The board of supervisors will meet Friday for the purpose of taking up the project for the revival of the county fair. The county ownership of the old racetrack property will be considered. Gray hair restored to natural color by Alfredum's Egyptian Henna. A harmless dye — convent, quick, sure. All dru^ats.* £1 k^ aj K4 I HfiQkk I £Pj 0S l£9k tfX I t^l Krg . Km CJ Wl Ej I 1 Km nXf wtJi Cm Efl I pm M J tej &.\u25a0*! tSm WTs 1 I En R3 Effl k-5 hm I Eai \u25a0^\u25a0^^ M T jjl f^W \u25a0 ' HI I Vn - IB MBy KA. ~ M Bfi $20,000 STOCK OF AT LESS THAN COST THIS SEASON'S PURCHASES OF CHEMISES, DRAWERS, GOWNS, COMBINATIONS, SKIRTS, \ CORSET COVERS EXCEPTIONAL ASSORTMENT LARGE SIZES HAND MADE AND HAND EMBROIDERED F R ENCH LINGERIE ATTRACTIVE RPniJCTinN^ SUITS, GOWNS, SKIRTS, NECKWEAR, COATS, WAISTS, FDR COATS— Children's SUITS, COATS, DRESSES \u25a0-- " "•' " i ,'~'. i \u25a0'\u25a0 ' \u25a0 '. '"\u25a0''-'' \u25a0'"'-"\u25a0 ; \u25a0-","\u25a0 .\u25a0\u25a0 '-- ''\u25a0':"] fgjg |gS wB wrm PHJ WS Hu J^^^VB *^^9 * J^mV - C '\u25a0* ''. H^Jp \u25a0^T^^H Bi BuWHIHB BB^KS^B Bh^^wv £if^^B I^&^^ml GRANT AYE. AND GEARY ST. TEACHERS HONOR MISS L. E. WHITE School Women's Club Declares Against Pension Bill Pre pared by Men RKDDING, Nov. 16.— M*iss ' Lulu E. White, superintendent of schools ... In Shasta county, was elected president by the Teachers' Association of North ern California today by acclamation. Other officers chosen were: Vice presi dent, Mrs. Minnie Abrams, superintend ent in Butte county; secretary, Miss Delia L. Fish, superintendent in Te hama county; treasurer, John D. Sweeney of Red Bluff. The School women's club, a wing of the association, declared against the pension bill prepared by the School masters' club for presentation to the legislature. The women say it is a man made bill, and that is enough to condemn it, particularly as it provides that a teacher must reach \the age of 60 and be actively engaged in teaching >before the teacher may be pensioned. The School women's club appointed a committee to draft a bill to suit the women. WEBB RULES AGAINST COUNTY TREASURERS Not Entitled to Percentage of Absent Heirs' Inheritances Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO, Nov. 16. — County treasurers are not entitled to a per centage of money deposited with them for the benefit of absent' heirs, accord ing to an opinion rendered by Attorney General Webb and received today by State Controller A. B. Nye. The question was raised recently by a county treasurer, who claimed 1 per cent on the amount of money deposited with him for an absent heir when the. heir subsequently returned and claimed the fund. No protest was made by the heir's attorney. In view of the fact that semiannual settlements are due from county treasurers Controller Nye asked" At torney General Webb for a ruling. CONVENTION DISCUSSES SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK Chicago Lecturer Speaks of Meeting in San Francisco [Special Dispatch to The Call] STOCKTON, Nov. 16. — The work of the San Joaquin county Sunday school Institute was finished late this after noon. The feature of today's program was the address by Marian Lawrence of Chicago, who came to California in the interest of the international Sun day school convention to be held in San Francisco next June. R. A. Lang, secretary of the T. M. C. A. of this city, spoke on "What About the Contest?" Among, th© speakers during the afternoon were Rev. L. S. Woodruff ot this city, Rev. F. M. Washburn of Lodl and Rev. John Stephens. RAILWAY COMPACT SAVES CITY $50,000 Trustees Discover Ordinance After Proposing to Issue Bonds for Levee Work (Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO, Nov. 16. — The elev enth hour discovery by the city trus tees that the Southern Pacific company, which operates its line on the north levee of the city, is supposed to raise and maintain the levee whenever the city so desires, broughft to a sudden end today the plan to vote $50,000 bonds for the work. . The bond election had- been called for Friday and the discovery of the big mistake brought the trustees into a special session today. ' The ordinance by which the South ern Pacific gained right of way over the levee was made in 1895. The city proposed to raise the levee five feet* FREIGHT CONDUCTOR KILLED UNDER CAR Railwayman Crushed to Death While Switching [Special Dhpalch to The Call] GRASS VAX.L.EY, Nov. 16. — Asa" Plank, ponductor on the Nevada county narrow gauge railway, which runs from Colfax to Grass Valley and Ne vada City, was killed last evening under the wheels of his train. He was engaged In switching some cars when cajught under one and killed. Plank was well known along the line. He had been a freight conductor on the road for years. HONEST PRISONER PARDONED BY JUDGE Member of Chain Gang Finds Purse and Gives It to Official [Special Dispatch to The Call] MARYSVILLE, Nov. 16. — Thomas. Murphy, who was serving time on the chain gang, was pardoned today by Judge Langdon for honesty. Murphy was working with a number of others near Cortez square, when he , found a purse containg considerable money. He turned the purse over to the captain of the chain gang, who 'gave the purse to Police Judge Langdon. The judge was impressed with Murphy's honesty and rewarded him with a pardon. SHAKING FOR DRINKS OR CIGARS STOPPED [Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO. Nov. 16. — Chief of Police Ahem has placed a ban on trade gambling at the various cigar stores and' saloons.. Raffles and the practice of shaking dlc"e for cigars or drinks has been prevalent for years in Sacramento, and upon the advice of City Attorney Hart that it -is illegal Ahem has ordered it stopped. FORGERY CHARGED IN LAND CONTESTS Fraud Alleged in Suits Over Title of Locators in Lasseh County [Spscial Dispatch loThe Call] SUSANVILLE, • Nov. 1 6.— Twenty-six more suits were filed here. yesterday by Alva Udell, a San Francisco attorney, in behalf of clients, involving title to state lands; in Lassen county. Fraudu lent applications are alleged in each case. • ' - The suits are based on affidavits made by Carl D. Martin, which are al leged by M.. P. Fillmore, one of the contested locators, to be forgeries. Udell represents the contestants and is charged in .the suit filed a few days ago by Fillmore with having derived fees from contestants on the strength of; the Martin affidavits. It is alleged that Martin can not be found. COPSTAKE IS NAMED BANKRUPTCY REFEREE United States District Judge de Haven appointed yesterday, as referee In, bankruptcy for Stanislaus and San Joaquin counties, Fred A. Copstake of Stockton. G^SsSSj H ft \f fi Tr * fir =di fjjrtir^i ~r?i Kb.. M I H \u25a0 \u25a0 1 B Mt ff T* m A3f £3 A& i2S'if (F( F i" * ttSW m *J ' m Emm m W Am Jki FOR YOUE EYES ' , and EYE GLASSES M^o^&k Use Mayerle's Orman Eye- /o%[&£rtfr£S&±^ water, the Great Eye Tonic; |§|3s»HHSler; by mail 65c. When your yySS^ 1 ' glasses blur wipe them with : Maycrle's Antiseptic Eyeglass Cleaner. It r*- mores all blemishes . Immediately; by mail, 3 fnr 25c. Ceo. Mayerle, German Expert Optician \u25a0 960 Market St., San Francisco, Cal. ' - (Established IS Years) ' "The Store of Values" | B. KATSCHINSKI 1 "The Store of Quality" r OQC === THE GREATEST SHOE HOUSE IN THE WEST \u25a0 QI np yQLfJ MARKET STREET, OPP. STOCKTON ST., COMMERCIAL DLU « [SHOP NOW FOR HOLIDAY SHOES rGIVE /USEFUL GIFTS j^ZJSS? ibst wl " be "^ tm " y and ""\u25a0 Give something sensible— that a sensible person will appreciate — Something thai ts useful — somo- f thing that is necessary. r Can you think of anything more useful than SHOES?— Of coarse you can't! — Well — A 'gift of a pair of shoes or slippers solves the holiday gift problem— Buy them now when the ' stock is complete and also remember that not only does our 30 year reputation for "SQUARE DEAL' > INS" guarantees the "HONEST WORTH" of our footwear but our "LOW PRICES** mean a saving to . you of from 50c to $1.50 on each pair purchased. \IF YOU DON'T KNOW THE f»ffl/F m ounr #IDffICTI9 * HOLIDAY REMEMBRANCE] I SIZE OR STYLE OESIREO SmEWSE. M l#ffl£7£ff THAT'S' GOOD AT ALL TIMES | Girls' Patent Coli Women's "Velvet" Top BOYS 1 VIC! KID '\u25a0 /fe Dress /IE?- n n u nn /\n Dress \u25a0J^'-MmkM J S Button A W Blu chers dash; made of extra quality pat- to we? .nfILS .b?. b ? h d9llglltB . d ' ent colt, dull calf tops, "Broad- • unMutii^. m«2 ld ** > c wear lg shape I .' tipped toes, sewed soles. OXE OP THIS SEASON'S NEWEST STYU3S kid "Hleh sSinnl" .»? ecte s rici f iz t es 0 CICfl -The greatest value ever offered; black vel- tS& elterSon sew-d** H??^? ' 6 to 8........ 31.0U vet -tops, patent colt vamps, "Shortvamp" Sizes we " BJOII sewed soles. , Sizes 8% to 11. ............ .*1.75 tipped toes, sewed extension soles, CO CO 9 to 13V, Si *sfl Sizes- 1114 to 2. ........... ,.»2.00 Cuban heels . sixes 1 to' V%*. r. '. V. *.V; r? "«1 75 ' Women's Ribbon Trimmed Men's "Sterling" KidlWomen'sßlackFelt ', Feit _^l : j.. ; HOUSE - \u25a0; HOUSE WEAR— Made of the best of .4 GREAT VALUE IX HOLIDAY . "German Felt," coin toes, hand c TTP pr. nc \far»o «f ; Bt«n«. hj i« -* SPLEXDID "WARM cnnim, turned, soles, v military heels. The I LI^ PER ?~^ ade , Sterling kid. In POB MO RNIXG WTetR^MaS ; top is trimmed, with fancy inter- black and wine colors, fancy patent black "Beaver Feit." with heaw ' laced ribbons, andi the : vamp with a leather trimmed." wide "Comfort" toes, fleec « lining, leather relnforr«s ' •bV»^a y Vanl e^ eth !lf g£ sewed -oles. low -Evening 7gc h^ tKtf^^™™ .gjfi* colors . . .'. . --. - • • . . .... . .:9 J iC3 Rest", heels. . . v^v- • - . \u25a0 3I#J for cold weather wear. . ..... OO C ' TRY CALL, W^NJ, ADS FOR QOl GM RESULTS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1910. 2,500 Art Linens at Alluring Underpricing A sale on the threshold of the Christmas season, offering: 2,^00 beautiful sample art linens at prices from 1-3 to 1-2 below the ordinary cost. A boundless variety, every "linen of exgutsite beauty, the lowest at 9c and the highest at 15.00, offering: a very rare opportunity to acquire Christmas gifts of splendid value at a small figure. - . Centerpieces, doylies, scarfs, squares, table covers and shams; Teneriffe doylies and scarfs, drawnwork scarfs and center- pieces ; white or ecru Battenberg scarfs or centerpieces ; Cluny doylies in all sizes ; Madeiras, Tambours, Spachtels, Austrian drawn linens and beautifully embroidered linens — such in This is a sale that rewards the early shopper, for while the variety. is vast, there are no duplicates, and we cannot prom- ise to fill telephone orders. Some few pieces are a bit mussed or soiled, as you would expect in a sale of this kind, but, being washable, their value is not impaired. These are the values: 15c linens at 9c, 20c at 12c, 35c at 18c, 40c at 25c, 50c at 35c, 75c at 50c, 1.25 at 75c, and up to 15.00 at 10.00 and 25.00 values at 15.00. Sale of Ribbon Remnants Admirable for Christmas Fancy Work Beautiful remnants, suitable for Christ- m b mas fancy work, in practically every fi y 3 /*% shade, including the popular pink, 11 /*% •/ J% blue, green and red colors ; j4-j ncn / ' to 8 inches wide. * # ** f\££, Satins, messalines, taffetas, moire, f*YC£ Ult baby ribbons, checked wash ribbon, V-JIT pillow ruffling and shoe tie ribbons. Matting Linoleum Linon warp matting, WilSe ? s best E grade lino- durable quality, in red, leum, of pure cork and blue; green or brown; oil, in attractive pat- regular 36 inches wide. terns ; a splendid quality. 18c a yard 50c square yard Hair Specials at Hale's Puffs and Curls combined, 1.50 to 5.00. Marie Curls, 3.50 a set. Switches, special at 5.00. Long, wavy hair, 32 inches, in j all shades except gray.