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In the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys AUTO VICTIM SUES SAN FRANCISCANS Santa Rosa Man Asks $10,887 My •- ~r of H. C. Newman and Driver for Petalurha Mishap [Special Dispatch to The Call] SANTA ROSA. Dec. 12.— Joseph B. Carey, a musician, filed suit her© today for $10,000 damages and $SS7 medical bill, against H. C. Newman of San Francisco and Frank Conner, his auto driver. The suit is the result of an accident at Petaluma July 4. 1909. when Newman's oar crashed into Carey when he was on Ken ll worth track with his motorcycle. A lever of the machine was "forced into Carey's right eye and l^e narrowly escaped death. He lost his *>ye and alleges he is permanently crippled and disfigured. SQUABBLE OVER DITCH REMAINS UNSETTLED Compromise Not Reached; Mat ter Will Be Decided by Jury [Special Dispatch to The Call] ATILLOWS, Dec. 12.— The attorney for the Sacramento valley Irrigation company and attorneys for the farmers of this section failed to reach a com promise In the squabble over the rights of way on the main canal. A meeting was held with the judge of the superior court, he having post pone<j the date on which the case was to have been tried. As no compromise was reached the matter will now be threshed out and decided by jury. The Sacramento valley irrigation company is now completing the larg est irrigating ditch in the United States ir this section, but will, in all proba bility, suspend work on the project couth of Willows. The canal has been completed to this city. Attorneys for the irrigation company wilj try to reach a settlement through the farmers personally instead of through the farmers' organization. Work will continue on the ditch from Willows north. CHICO CARRIES OFF HONORS FOR FRUITS Awarded More Prizes Than Any Other Place in Country [Special Dispatch to the Call] CHICO. Dec. 12. — A letter received to-lay by L. Mitchell, the real estaf man responsible for having Chico rep resented at the national horticultural congress convention at Council Bluffs, la., last month contains the announce ment from the Fecretary of the con- R-efs that the Chico exhibit won the following prizes: Best display of grape fruit, first prize, silver loving- cup; hest display of dried fruits, first prize, gold medal; best exhibit of dried apples, first prize, gold medal; best evaporated peach dis play, first prize, gold medal; best dried prune display, first prize, gold medal; best and largest bunch of grapes, sec ond prize, diploma; .green figs, second prize, diploma. It is said that Chico won more prizes at the national exhibition than any other Individual section of the United States. SMALL BOYS ARRESTED AS CHICKEN THIEVES Police Accuse Them of Making Business of Robbery [Special Dispatch to The Call] CHICO, Dec. 12.— Six boys are under arrest charged with making a business of stealing chickens here. The boys are Will Jamison, Harold Klmmon, Vcrnon Kieley, Albert Moak. Joe Med rias and Rives Nelson. Their ages range from 14 to 16. The boys have been looting chicken coops of Chap-" mantown and vicinity for several months, according to the officers. It is alleged that they have been selling the fowls to a Japanese poultry dealer; STREETS IN CHICO FLOODED WITH OIL Employe Leaves Open Tap to Pacific Company Tank [Special Dispatch to The Call] CHICO. Dec. 12.— First and Second streets, near Orange, are flooded with oil and the Pacific gas and electric company is loser several hundred dol lars because one of its employes left open a tap to one of the company's large tanks. The tap was left off Sat urday evening and was not discovered until Sunday morning. Some of the oil flowed into cisterns and the company paved much of this today by pumping these out. % FRED W. HERTHEL FIGHTS AGAINST EXTRADITION Officer Arrives From East to Take Embezzler SACRAMENTO. Dec. 12.— John Mc- Oarr is here from Massachusetts with a requisition upon Governor Gillett for Fred W. Herthel, under arrest at Oak land, who is wanted in Boston for em bezzlement. Some difficulty is being experienced In securing the papers and a deputy from the attorney general's, office was called in for conference by the governor's secretary. ' Herthel. an elderly man. stoutly maintains his in nocence and has engaged attorneys, who wjll fight against his extradition. PLACERVILLE GRAND JURY TO RECONVENE Inquisitorial Body Will Go Over Books of County [Special Dizpaich to The Call] PLACERVILLE. Dec. 12.— S. G. ZJeach. chairman of the grand Jury vhlch adjourned July 6, has Issued a OAll for the Jury to come together again December 27. at which time the iiooks of the county will be gone over and the affairs of the county for the rear closed. In addition the rumors that certain • saloons in this county were open on election day will be In vestigated. FOOTBALL PLAYERS SAVE DROWNING MAN [Special Dispatch to The Call] VAL.L.EJO, Dec. 12. — In his haste to get off the boat last evening: upon the return of the steamer Sehome from Oakland Robert Seiple fell Into the bay and drifted down the channel 50 yards before he was rescued. Several of the Winged V players who were on- the veesel manned one of the lifeboats and rescued Seiple as he was fast losing bi»-strengUv---~ — ••\u25a0•—*--\u25a0 - — iix-. FORTUNE IS LOST STATE IN BONDS Decrease in U. S. Securities Loses San Francisco Depot Fund $26,000 SACRAMENTO. Dec. 12.— Because the premium of the United States bonds has decreased and because the state treas urer, W-'B. Williams, was prevented from selling the bonds as he desired, the state has lost something like $26,000 from the sinking fund of the $600,000 San Francisco depot bond issue, ac cording to figures on file in the state controller's office. The state treasurer has been buying United States bonds sine© the depot bonds were issued, and at the present time has more than 5500,000 of United States bonds in the sinking fund for the San Francisco depot Two years ago the premium on these bonds amounted to $96,383.75. Since that time premium on nearly all bonds has lowered, and although the state treasurer has purchased more bonds for the sinking fund, the pre mium now amounts to but $70,470. SURVEY BEING MADE FOR VALLEJO BRANCH LINE Southern Pacific Elmira Proj- ect Is Revived [Special Dispatch to The Call] VALLEJO. Dec. 12. — Five surveyors are driving stakes for the proposed branch of the Southern Pacific from this city to Elmira. This is the third survey which has been made in the last few years, and will differ but slightly from the others. . The company believes that by limit ing the curve from the Orphans' home north of this city it will save much grading. With the beginning of the survey rumors are renewed that the Southern Pacific will build in order to provide the big lumber firms with rail as well as water facilities. Representatives, of firms at Eureka .have t>een here.at.va rious times to consult : with. the. Mer chants' association with a view to ob taining sites for yards and wharves when the road is completed. JOY RIDERS CONTINUE AFTER STRIKING MAN Hours Afterward Injured Man Found by Streetcar Crew SACRAMENTO. Dec. 12.— Edward Schulze, a painter, was struck by an automobile near the racetrack last night, and though terribly injured, was left lying in the road, where he was thrown by the car while the occu pants of the machine roUed swiftly away. Unconscious and bleeding, Schulze was found /several hours later by a streetcar crew. When he was revived sufficiently to speak he told briefly of the accident. The car .was a large touring automobile, and: as the occupants did not even slow down after. striking him. Schulze could tell nothing of their identity. . ' - DESPONDENT JEWELER TAKES HIS OWN LIFE Fire Loss Preys* on Mind of Sisson Dealer [Special Dispatch to The Call] SISSON. Dec. 12.— J. M. Hadley, a Jeweler, committed suicide this after noon In the rear of a shack on the J. R. Spann premises. He shot himself through the mouth. Hadley lost sev eral hundred dollars in a fire which almost wiped out his etock a few days ago, and despondency is believed to have caused him to end his life. SAN FRANCISCO FIRM GETS COURTHOUSE JOB Sacramento Supervisors Disre .gard Request of Merchants (Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO, Dec. 12.— The board of supervisors today awarded to Lind gren company of San Francisco the contract for erecting the new court house at a cost of $539,000. The super visors did not agree on the brand of marble to be used. The labor unions and retail merchants requested the su pervisors to give the job to a Sacra mento firm. WOMAN IS DROWNED WHILE TAKING BATH Head Is Immersed When She Fell in Faint From Heat SACRAMENTO. Dec 12. — Overcome by faintness, caused by the steam aris ing from a bathtub in which she was about to " bathe, Mrs. Rose Ford, the young wife of Clyde K. Ford, yesterday fell forward, her head becoming im mersed in the water of the tub, and was drowned. Her husband, returning to their home about an hour later, dis covered her and- summoned a physician, who worked over. Mrs. Ford for more than jin hour. SIX YEAR OLD BOY IS KILLED BY COMPANION Lad of Ten Shoots Playmate While Hunting [Special Dispatch to The Call] XEW CASTLE, Dec, 12.— Louis Cas tle, aged 6, was shot accidentally and killed .Sunday . by.. Otto' Walters, aged 10, while the two were hunting near the Walters home at Ophlr. The two boys were shooting at^ birds In com pany with Owen Castle, an older broth er of the dead boy. t . LIFE IMPRISONMENT FOR FOWLER SLAYER FRESXO, Dec. 12. — S. Izum!, a Japa nese, who killed T. Kodama,-a country man, at Fowler last May because the latter owed him $60 and refused. to pay him, was this morning sentenced ' by Judge H. Z. Austin -to life; imprison ment In San Quentln prison. Izumi was convicted by a Jury last week, and while on his way back to-jall'made a futile attempt . to escape. He was brought into court today In Irons. THREE YEAR TERM IS PENALTY OF BURGLAR STOCKTON. Dec. 12. — George Fos sell. charged with burglary, pleaded guilty before Judge J. A. Ptummer this morning and was sentenced to serve three years in San Quentin. Fossell admitted after his sentence" that he had; served three years in Folsom for a crime." -: -—•- :\u25a0\u25a0--\u25a0..- 'ln'.' THE SAN FRAN6ISeO^GA3Ji;^ TUESDAY. DEGE^ER 13^1910. BALES GOT OUT SO WIFE GOT DIVOROE Obedience to Spouse's Ultima tum Comes After Failure to Provide for Her STOCKTON. Dec. 12.— "1 told him, judge, he would have to. provide for me or get out. and he got." • So explained Maria N. Bales to Judge C. W. Norton as to" why she sought a divorce from Silas Bales. According to her story he failed to provide the necessities of life. She was granted an interlocutory decree, r ... Carrie A. Jacks said her husband, Fred M. Jacks, had been extremely cruel, to her. Jacks failed to provide her . food and clothing,, she alleged. Judge Norton granted her an. Interloc utory decree and allowed j her to re sume her maiden name— Carrie A. Hicks. Jacks is a car inspector at Tracy. EIGHT YEARS IN PRISON FOR SHOOTING WOMAN Ran Amuck With Shotgun, Threatening Many Lives FRESNO, Dec. 12.— W. E. Hawthorne was sentenced by Judge Austin today to spend . eight years In San Quentin for having sbot Mrs. Mary Lawton at Caruthers on the night of May 31 last. Hawthorne on the night of the shoot- Ing was running amuck with a shotgun in his-hands, and threatened a number of persona,, with- death. He was . con victed last week and sentenced today for assault with a deadly weapon with intent to murder. ' -' • . • • Three similar charges are still pend ing against him, though the district attorney announced today that he was satisfied with the sentence Imposed upon Hawthorne in the first instance and that the .remaining charges will not be prosecuted. ; CUPID MAKES EASTERN GIRL'S VISIT PERMANENT Miss "Reed to Remain on Coast as Mrs. Stanyan [Special Dispatch to The Call] CLOVERDALE, Dec 12.— Miss Jane Reed, a cousin of Mrs. Charles B. Shaw of this city, who is here on a visit from La Crosse, Wis., will be claimed as a bride Wednesday, by Charles P. Stanyan of Hermiston, Ore. The wedding will take place at the Shaw home. Rev. : Henry Ainsworth, pastor of the Congregational church, will officiate. Mr. and Mrs. Stanyan will go to Hemiston, on the Columbia river, to make their home. TOWN OF RIPON WILL HAVE LUMBER COMPANY [Special Dispatch to The Call] STbCKTON, Dec. il 2.— The '. thriving town of Ripon has a new Industry, ar ticles of incorporation of the Ripbn lumber company. haVing"been-.flle,d ."with the county clerk today. The company will engage in a general lumber busi ness at. Ripon, the capital stock being fixed at $15,000, shares being valued at $100 each. The sum of $10,200 has been subscribed. The directors and stock holders are: J. L. Phelps, Stockton; W. N. Steele, Modesto; A. J. Nourse, H. L. Dickey, J. O. Chiapella, Karl A. Got shall and Frank Hutchlnson, Ripon. Ultimately Rules! Be it known that "caffeine"— the drug In cdffee— is a poison that works directly on nerves, stomach and heart. ; " . . ' ~ \u25a0* It is hardly, as quick in destruction as whiskey^ but in time, quite as certain. Our duty ends with telling the facts. Individuals are, of course, free to follow their own inclination They can continue the drug and pay the cost in physical suffering or quit and return to comfortable health' provided the disease (stomach,. bowels, kidneys, nerves or heart) has not become chronic. • It is our work to narrate the facts and offer an easy way to slip off the coffee habit and not feel it.' If a good, hot, well-made cup. of .Postum is served instead of the coffee, it furnishes the deep seal brown beverage which turns to a rich golden brown when cream is added and all the comfort of the morning cud is there, with this increased and never-to-be-forgotten advantage. : v The drug poison and its effect on, stomach, nerves, bowels and heart is gone. In its place day by day can be plainly seen the effects of the change. The killing work of the drug has been stopped, Nature begins to repair, and is helped tremendously by supplying the needed elements Dame Nature requires to dp her rebuilding. These elements are in Postum. It is not necessary to take any one's word for it. Try it yourself Quit the coffee 10 days. Use Postum. (well made according to easy directions on package). ~ Then 'at the end of the 10. days take account^of your gain toward health. If it shows well (andi it will) keep on the good comfort- able.road. \u25a0:',-.'. --\u25a0 •':>•• v: - • ..-. . •.* . .\u25a0 .,.-.,. .-\u25a0-..•.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-.. :-y.^. J^%~. v.\u25a0 : .. ; There's no joy on earth equal to the joy (24- hours in the day) of perfect health. If you have been a coffee victim, you'll appreciate it. Besides,- health gives you power to make * money, ani money rightly used brings comfort. \u25a0 \u25a0-. ' 11 Wake Up! ••-.-; \u25a0 - ••\u25a0 • , -\u25a0 " • - . J- --'\u25a0-.. \u25a0 . P °STUM' CEREAL. COMpIj^ - ',:\u25a0. ../ . : "; PARRISH OUT FOR SEW CLERKSHIP Secretary of Stockton State Hospital Aided in Campaign by John T. Lewis ' STOCKTON,,; Dec. 12.— Walter N. Par rish, secretary of the Stockton state hospital, expects to be the clerk of the senate during the coming session of the state legislature. Senator John T. "Lewis of this city has been active since the recent elec tion in : Parrlsh's. behalf. Senator Lewis says it would be personally more gratifying to him to land the secretaryship of the senate for a local man than - to get for himself the most important chairmanship of that body. The position pays $10 a day and should Parrish receive the appointment he will obtain a leave of absence from his- local duties • ... MEMBERS APPOINTED v TO HOSPITAL BOARD Austin T. Parks Named in the Place of H.B. Wilson SACRAMENTO. Dec* 12.— Lieutenant Governor! Porter has appointed Austin T. Parks, of. Redlands and H. McPhee of Santa Ana on the Southern Califor nia state hospital board. Parks suc ceeds H. . B. Wilson,- who resigned on account of ill health. McPhee succeeds himself. - ; . • EASTERNER BUYS BROOD - OF CHICKEN RANCHES [Special Dispatch to The Call] ESCALON, Dec. 12*. — F. M. Paton of Detroit, after traveling along the coast from Seattle to San Diego, looking for a suitable location for a chicken farm, has purchased 10 acres near here. In addition to his own chicken ranch he has purchased five others for. friends who will engage, in the poultry busi ness with him. KING OF SIAM TOOK NO CHANCES WHILE AWAY Protected Throne by Keeping Two Brothers With Him When the late, king of Siam went to Europe his brother next in rank was his foreign minister, and when the king was pressed by M. Hanotaux to make some concessions to France, ,he asked how could he, he and his foreign minister were too long absent to be well up in current affairs. "But why, then, did. you bring your brother to Europe?" asked the French minister. . "For a very good reason. Had I left him behind I should on my return have found him on my throne." "W.hy not have left, then, as foreign minister, your other brother who is with you?" \u25a0 "For a stronger reason. He is both ambitious and ferocious. The eldest would not have \u25a0 beheaded me" if I went back, but the second: might." *: .Theking never let 'himself be caught understanding French. It was expected that he-knew it- fairly welU but he did not- on any occasion j betray the slight est; knowledge. ; Again and again he was suddenly, after. long silences, asked questions in French. Not a muscle of his face, not a gleam of the eye, showed that he understood. Some men. live long, but short men are in the majority. Absolutely Pure The only baking powrfop made from Royai Crape Cream of Tartar No Alum; No Lime Phosphate FORMER WEALTHY FARMER A SUICIDE Frank Wyllie Kills Self in Shed Behind Fresno Lodging / House FRESNO, Dec. 12.— Frank Wyllie, at one time one of the wealthiest farmers in Wheatville, a village near this city, committed suicide in a shed In the rear of a" Fresno lodging house this morn ing by sending a- bullet through his head. Wyllie Is survived by a wife and six children. The revolver with which Wyllie took his life is said by his wife to have been purchased this morning. Despondency over sickness and business affairs Is given as the cause for the man's act. The boy who is born with a silver spoon in his mouth may 'live to patron ize the free lunch counter. Patriots, bleed for the=beneflt of their country, but politicians occasionally bleed the country for their own benefit. Talk may be cheap, but gossip soon gains currency. I Marriage Licenses | The following marriage licenses were issued in Ran Francisco Monday, December 12, 1910: EKSTROM— MARTIX— Oscar Ekstrom. 27. and Mary E. Martin. 21. both of 149 Third street. GILBERT— HAXSEX— Frank Gilbert. 3S. 150 Seventh street, and Marie L. Hansen, 23, San Jose. GRAHAM— LADnOFF— WiIIiam E. Graham. 31, San Francisco, and Myrtle M. Ladhoff, 25, Spokane. . v GUERRA— PAIOXI— LnIgI Guerra. 38. Grldley. \ and Angiollna Palonl," 33. 641 California street. HAMLIX— WYLLIS— Loris S. Hamlln. 28. and Flora B. Wyllis. 2S. both of 439 Jones street. HAXSEX— PETERSEX— Hans J. Hansen. 30. . 1327 Twentieth avenue, r , and Christine M. Petersen. 26. 1325 Twentieth avenue. HEARX— BRODIE— Edward W. Hearn, 21. 2349 Flllmore street, . and Vollet Brodie, 18, 2023 'California street. - JOHAXSOX— WHITTIXG— Peter Johanson. 50 I and Matilda I. WhlttiDß, 20, both of 558 Rausch street. . - - MARAXTO— SCHABERT— Charles X. Maranto, 21, 381 Raymond avenue, ' and Catherine M. Sehabert. 18. 145« Xinth avenue. MATHIS— FOSS— Lawrence Ma this. 29. and Ber- tha Foss. 19. both of 492 Grove street. PRZYBOROWSKI— STEIL — William - Przybor- owski, 21, • and Annie Stell, IS, 524 Florida street. * SAWYER— BROXISTEAD— Frank Sawyer. 35. and Esther Bronlstead, 37, both of Oakland • SCHWARTZ— KIXNEY— Frank Schwartz. 37 and Anna B. Klnney. S2, both of 154 Ellis street. .. . . I BIRTHS, IVJARRIAQES, DEATHS I Notable Deaths | >~ \u25a0 :: — — : *" DR. EMIL BEICH, AUTHOR— London. Dec. 12. Dr. Emil R*ich. *utHor and lecturer on his- tory, died yesterday. He wa3 born at Eperjes. . Hungary, in- ISM.. C. J. BEIXAIIY. PUBLlSHER— Springfield. ; Mass.. Dec. 12.— Charles J. Bellamy, founder and publisher of the SprinjrfJeid Dally News, died at his home in this city today, after a three weeks' illness. Bellamy was 50 years old. ~~ BIRTHS — — BAKER— In Alameda. DecemNr S. 1010. to the wife of U L. Baker (nee Wlllby). a daochter. CLEARY — December 8, 1910. to the wire of George J. Cleary, a daughter. GLASS— In this city. December 7. 1910. to the wife of T. H. Glues, a daughter. MUSANTE— In this city. December 10. 1910. to the, wife of A. T. Slusante (nee Daneri). a son. RITTIGSTEIK— In Los Angeles. December 10. 1910. to the wife of Joseph Rlttigsteln (for- merly.Rflsie Cahen), a daughter. ; MARRIAGES HOFFMAN*— DAY— Inx Redwood City. July 9, 1910. by ReT. J. E. Young. Ralph TV. Hoff- man and Hazel A. Day. LUER— JARDIXER— In this city. December 11. j 1910, by Rer. J. Fuendellng. iohann C. Luer • and Rosa M. Jartllner. both of Saa Franciwo. SEEBACH— GEEHOW- In this 'city. December 10. 1910. by Rer. J. Fuendellnj. H. J. See- baeh and M. Christina Gerhow, both of Saa Francisco. DEATHS ~ Athias. Capt John.. 60 Kelly. Bernard «2 Bartley, Zula A 32 Mack. Christina.... 89 Bowes, Major M. ..71 .Marshall, FranS 62 Cardozo, Mary E 60 McCabe. Eugene 49 Christiansen. Chrl*- Monahan. Bridget. . Si tian 32 Morris. Frank — Colbourn, Richard.. 31 Xenmiller. Jacob. .. 72 Coppersmith. TVm.. 67 Pembroke, Willlßin. 73 Deane. or Dee. Pat- Petterson. Edda J... 17 rick 67 Qulnn. Catherine — Fargo, Mary ; A SO Raisnanen. Oly 70 Ford, Bridget.. 35 Schafer. Ignatius F. 1 Freeman. Susan L.. S3 Schord. Louis G 71 Frost, Dr. James... 74 Spear, John D — Gibson. Thomas R..6S Stack. Helena 37 Gonzales, Frank .... — Sullivan, Anna — Gray, Lendal M 41 Thurber. James D.... 12 Haybl. Almeda B" 35 Watson, William... SO Herold (Infant) Wright. Elizabeth C. 74 Herold, Lena — Hlggins. Patrick ...— Hedegard (Card) Jackson, Catherine.. 90 ATHIAS— In Antloch. Cal.. December 11. 1910. Captain John Athlas. belorert husband of Lot- tie Athlas. and father of Clarence. Adeline. Percy. Lucille, Viola and Verna Athlas. a native of Norway, aged 60 years and 4 months. BARTLEY— In this city. December 8. 1910. Znla Anna Bartley. wife of Benjamin S. Bartley. and mother of Royce Edwin Bartley, a natiTe of Illinois, aged 32 years. Friends are respectfully Inrlted to attend the funeral services today (Tuesday). Decem- ber 13. at 2 p. m., at the chapel of N. Gray & Co.. 2196 Geary street corner of DcTlsadero. Interment private. BOWES— In this city. December 9. IDIO. at his residence, 2524 Scott street, Mannning Force Bowes, husband of Minnie E. Bowes (major and surgeon. Fifty-first Pennsylvania infan- try), aged 71 years 7 "months and 21 days. Friends, acquaintances and companions of the military Order of the Loyal Legion, U. S. A- are requested to attend a requiem high mass S at the Church of St. Vincent de Paul, corner of Stelner and Green streets. San Francisco, at 10 o'clock a. m., today (Tuesday). Decem- ber 13. Interment at United States (National) cemetery. Presidio. CARDOZO— In Oakland. December 11. 1910. at rest, Mary E. Cardozo, dearly beloved mother of Frank J.. Samuel J. Cardozo and Mrs. Frank Small, Mrs. Henry Moenlng. Mrs. Edwin Clay and Mrs. E. Leeds, a native of Philadelphia, aged 60 years 1 month and 3 days. Friends are inTited to attend funeral serv- ices tomorrow (Wednesday). December 14. 1910, at 2 o'clock p. m.. from her late resi- dence, 595 Fifty-ninth street, Oakland. Crema- tion Oakland crematory.' CHRISTIANSEN— In this city. December 11. 1910, Christian Christiansen, a native of Den- mark, aged 32 years. Tbe funeral will take place today (Tues- day), from the parlors of Leary Brothers. 2917 Twenty-fourth street between Harrison and Bryant. Interment private. COLBOURN— In this city. December 10. 1910, Richard, beloved husband of Adela Colbourn. and son of Ellen Colbourn, a native of CaU- fornla. aged 51 years. | Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the' funeral services today (Tuesday). De- cember 13. 1910. at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. at the chapel of the Truman undertaking com- pany, 1919 Mission street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. Interment Cypress j.i Lawn cemetery, by 11:30 train from Twenty -fifth and Valencia streets. • \u25a0 COPPERSMITH— In this city. December 11. 1910, William, dearly beloved husband of Pauline Coppersmith, loving father of Mrs. Fannie Scott and William Coppersmith Jr.. beloved brother of Joe Coppersmith and the lnte Fred Coppersmith, and grandfather of Leslie, Elsie, Francisco and George Scott, a native of Baden, Germany, aged 07 years 9 months and * 5 days. (Reno, Xev.. papers • please copy.) Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in- vited to attend the funeral today (Tuesday). December 13. at 1:30 p. m., from the parlora of H. l\ Suhr & Co.. 2919 Mission street be- tween Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth. Incin- eration, I. O. O. F. cemetery. DEANE (Or DEE)— In this city. December 10. 1910. Patrick Deane or Dee. aged C7 years. Remains at the parlors of N. Gray & Co., 2198 Geary street corner of Devisadero. FARGO— In Alameda. Cal.. December 9. 1910. Mary A. Fargo, a native of Michigan, aged SO years. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednesday), December 14, at 10 a. m., from the chapel of X. Gray & Co.. 219fi Geary street corner Devisadero. Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery. FORD— In this city. December 12. 1910. Bridget, dearly beloved wife of John Ford, loving . mother of Mary Ford, and beloved sister, of Daniel, ' Florence. John and Peter Donohne. a native of County Cork. Ireland, aged 33 years. Remains- at the parlors \u25a0of tbe 'United Un- dertakers, 2606 Howard street near Twenty- second. Notice of fnneral hereafter. FREEMAN— In this city. December 11. 1010. at the San Francisco Home for Incurables. 1024 Franklin street, Susan Lacile Freeman, beloved mother of Miss Ella M. Freeman. Mrs. S. O. Bradley of - Los Angeles and the late S. V. Freeman, a native of Maine, aged 83 years 5 months and 11 days. Friends arc respectfully Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednesday), December 14, at 2 p. m.. from the chapel of X. Gray & Co.. 2196 Geary street corner Devisadero. Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery. FROST — In Sacramento. December 11. 1910. at the residence of his daughter. 1303 K street. Dr. James Frost, father of Mrs. «. Madden and Mettle E. Frost, a native of England, aged 74 years. . Interment private. GIBSON— In this city. December 11. 1910. Thomas R. Gibson, beloved brother of Mrs. Charles G. Ewlng. a native of Delhi, X. Y.. aged 68 years and 5 months. A member of . General George G. Meade post Xo. 48. G. A. R. Funeral services will be held today (Tues- day). December 13, at 10 a. m.. at the chapel of X. Gray & Co.. 2196 Geary street corner of Devisadero. Interment private. GONZALES — In Oakland. December 12. 1910. Frank Gonzales. beloved husband of the late Prudencla Gonzales. father of Joseph Gonzales and Mr*. Anita Dinecn, and stepfather of Mrs R. Macedo. Remains at the parlors of Cunba & Caporg- no, 902 Eighth street corner Myrtle. GRAY — Xear Gonxales, December 11. 1910. Len- dal Morton Gray, beloved husband of Sophie Katherine Gray, son of Charles H. and Caro- line Gray, and loving father of Galen Lendal Gray, a native of California, aged 41 years. Funeral services at residence • near Redwood City tomorrow (Wednesday), .December 14, at 10:13 a. m. (Take 0 o'clock train from Third and Townsend. streets.) Interment private. Please omit flowers. HAYBL— In this city. December 11. 1910. Al- ineda E., loving- wife of the late Cecil M. Haybl, beloved daughter of Mary and tbe late Lewis Snibley, and loving sister of Walter I and Harvpy Snibley and Mrs. Thomas Cojran of San Francisco, Cal., Mrs. William Stayton of Gllroy. Cal.. and Frank Snibley of Paso Robles, Cal., William Saibley of Humboldt la., and 'Mrs. Samuel T. Cook of Algoaa. la.i a native of Illinois, aged o5 years 3 months and 21 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in- vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednes- day), at 1:30 p. m.. from the residence of her mother, - 2170 Howard ' street, where services will be held. Interment Moant Olivet ceme- . tery, by carriage. . HEROLD— In ' this city, December 12. 1910, Ju- liet Herold. Infant daughter of \u25a0 Philip and the late Lena Herold, a native of Saa Fran- cisco. • HEROLD— In this city. December 12. 1910. Lena H Herold, dearly beloved wife of Philip Herold. : loving mother of Alice. Bernlce. Clarence and tbe late Juliet Herold. beloved daughter of Louts ami Dorothy I'aulus, and beloved sis- i ter of Daniel Paulus. -Mrs. Moses Baruh. Mrs Charles Martin and the -late Mrs^ Charles "Herold. .a native of San Francisco. • Cal. a member of Portola circle Xo. 7S, U. A. O. D. Remains, at her late residence. 241S San \u25a0 Bruno aTenne between Silver avenue and Sllli- man street. Xotlee of funeral hereafter. HIGGINS-^-Drowned. : Xovember 26. 1910. Pat- rick, beloved husband: of Hanorah Ulggias a native . of Ireland. JACKBON— In Oakland.. December 12, =1910 Catherine, beloved wife. of the late John Jack- son; and lovinjf " mother of - Mrs. J. F. Re v- nolds and Arthur J. Jackson, a natiTe of Ire- . land, aged 00 years and 4 day*. " *" Friends'and acquaintances are respectfully tn- vited'to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednes- day)^ Decemberl4. lOlo.Tat.O o'clock a. m., '\u25a0from, the. residence of her daughter. Mrs. i. F Reynolds, corner of Summit street and Central avenue, thence to Sacred Heart church, corner of ,i Fortieth • and Grove . streets, where a re- quiem high mass will be celebrated for th» r*-^ pose of her soul, commenclnff at 9:30 o. Cloct a. m. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. KELLY— In this city. December 10. 1910. Ber- nard, dearlv beloved husband of Ellen Kelly, and loving father of John R.. Thomas J.. Rose. Xellle. Catherine. Mary and Sophie Kelly, and brother of Ann Gavin, a native of County Gal- way. Ireland, aged 62 years. A member or Court Bonlta Xo. 43, F. of A., and Whita Eagle Tribe Xo. 72, Improved Order of Red Men. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Tues- day), December 13. 1910. at 9 o'clorfc a. m.. from his late residence. 2601 Xlneteenth street, corner of Hampshire, thence to St. Charles Borrorneo chnrch wher» a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of bis soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock. In- terment Holy Cross cemetery. COURT BOXITA XO. 43. -F. OF A.— The officers and members of Court Bonita Xo. 43. F. of A., are hereby notified to attend the) funeral of our late brother, Bernard Kelly, from his late residence. Xlneteenth and Hampshire streets, this (Tuesday) motnlnff. December 13. 1910. at 9 o'clr>ck a., m. By order of EDWARD L. THORXTOX. C. R. D. O'CALLAGHAX. Fia. Sec. MACK— In this cltT. December 11. 1910. Chris- tina, relict of the late August Mack, beloved mother of Emil Schmidt, aad loving grand- mother of Christina. Emil, Katie. Rose. Emma. Joseph. Charles. Lorettn and Marion Schmidt, a native of Bavaria. Germany, aged SO years 4 months sn-1 2S days. Friends an<l a^qr.ai:U.-*nees are respectfully In- vited to attend thf* funeral tomorrow » Wednes- day), at 1O o'clock a. ci.. from the chapel of the Old People's home. Pine and Pierre streets. Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery. Remains at the residence of her son. Erail Schmidt. Gl3 Eureka street. MARSHALL— In this citr. D«H-emb<«r XO. I!U<>. Frank Marshall, a native of. Alabama, aged 62 years. McCABE— In Berkeley. December 10. 1910, Eu- ffene. beloved husband of Julia McCahe. and loving father of Ethel. Teresa. Eugenia. Les- lie and Mcrwvn McCabe. aad brother of P. R.. Edward D.. John. Elizabeth. Alexander *nd Alice McCabe. a native of California, aged 40 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully la- vited to attend the funeral services tMar (Tuesday). December 13. 1910. at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. at the family residence. 2424 Russell street, thence to St. Augustine church. Alea- traz avenue and Dana street, where a solemn .requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soal. commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment St. Mary's cemetery. MONAHAN— In this city. December 11. 1910. Bridget Monahan, a native of Coonty Sllgo. Ireland, »ged S4 years. r The funeral will tak» place today (Tues- day), at 8:43 o'clock a. m.. from the par- lors of the Henry J. Gallagher company. 1314 Webster street, between Ellis asd O'Farrell, thence to St. Agnes church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose Of her soul, eornmeacluz at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery. MORRIS— In Berkeley. December 12. 1910. Frank, dearly beloved husband of Msry Mcwrt*. and devoted father of Anna Morris. William and Frank Morrl«. NEUMILLZR— In this city. December 11. 1910. Jacob, beloved husband of M*ry Nenmiller. and father of Joseph. George. Mary and lA>- bte Xeumlller. a native of Germany, aged 72 years 1 month and 1 day. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In- vited to attend the funeral today (Tuesday*. December 13. at 10 a. ra.. from his late resi- dence. 330 Duncan street between Church anil Sanches. Interment (private) ,by elpctrlcr funeral car from Twenty-eighth and Valencia streets. PEMBROKE— la Sacramento. December 10, 1910, William Pembroke, beloved brother of Mrs. Mary O'Connor, and uncle of John and Brlda O'Connor, and Xora Pembroke, a na- tive of Annascall. County Kerry, Ireland, aged 73 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Tuesday). December 13. 1910. at VSO o'clock a. m.. from the parlors of Carew & English, 1613 Geary street, tbenee to St. Dominic's church, where a requiem high miu will be cele- bratpd for the repose of his soul, commenc- ing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery. PETTERSON— Ia this city. December 11. 1910. Edda J. T.. dearly beloved daughter of Gott- frld and Hnlda J. Petterson. and loving sister of Alice T. M. and Karl Lawrence Petterson. a native of San Francisco, aged 17 years It months and 14 days. Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednesday), at 2 o'cloek p. m.. "from the residence of . her parents. 46 Devlsailero street, thence to Cy- press Lawn cemetery, by car leaving: Four- teenth and West Mission streets. QUINN— In this city. December "10. Catherine, beloved wife of the late Patrick Qnlon. and loving motfier of Mary, Emmi. Thomas and the late Margaret and Peter Quinn, a natlvo of County Londonderry, Ireland. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in- vited to attend the funeral . today (Tuesday), at 3:30 a. m.. from her late residence. 406 Seventh street, thence to St. Joseph's church, where a- requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery. RAISANEN— In Berkeley. December 12. 1010. Oly. hnsband of the late Sopia Johanna Raisanen. and stepfather of John P. Andersoi* -, of Butte, Mont., a native of Finland, aged 70 years. SCHAFER— In thin city. December 12. WtOi at " the residence of hia parents, 42T> Twenty- ninth street. Ignatius Francis, dearly belov»il son of William and Anna Schafer. lovinsr brother of Genevieve and Lucille Schafer, and nephew of Mark. Hash. John. Joseph and I»retta McCann, a native of San Francisco, aged 1 year 10 months and 17 days. Xotlee of funeral hereafter. SCHORD— In this city. December 12. 1910. at his late residence. 1914* Golden Gate av«nue. Louis G.. dearly beloved husband of Flora A. Schord. and loving father of Dr. M. H. Schord. Robert and William E. Schord. Sirs. F. 6. Denke and the late Louis G. Schord Jr.. a native of Sweden, aged 71 years 8 months and 11 days. A member of King Solomon's • lodge. F. & A. M. : Cosmopolitan lodge. I. O. «>. F. : Templar lodge. U. A. O. D.. and of Burn;* lodge Xo. fiS. A. O. U. W. Tbe funeral will take place tomotTf>rr (Wednesday), from King Solomon's temple, at l.p. in.. wher«» services will he held under the auspices of King Solomon's lodge. F. & A. M.- Mnterment Mount Olivet cemetery, by carriage. SPEAR— In this city. December 12. 1910. John D. Spear, a member of Society of California Pioneers. Remains at parlors of California nndertaklng company. 2210 Steiner street near Sacramento. Notice of funeral hereafter. STACK— In this city. December 12. 1910. at her late residence. 444 Ashbnry street, Helena, beloved wife of Timothy J. Stack, a native of Boston. Masa.. aged 57 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in- vited to attend tbe funeral this Uay (Tues- day), at 8 a. m.. from St. Agnes church. Ma- sonic avenue between Oak and Page. Inter- ment private. SULLIVAN— In th!s city. December 11. 1910. Anna Sullivan, beloved wife of David Sullivan. ' *n<! mother of Marearet. William aod David Sullivan Jr.. a native of Ireland. Friends aad acoualntnncea are r^peotfnlly In- vited tr> attend tho funeral today (Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from her late residence. . 2l» Liberty street, thence trv St. James church, where a requiem hl«h mas* will be celebrated for tbe repose of her sonl. consmenclns at 9> o'clock. Interment Holy Cross cemetery. THURBER— In this city, December 12. 1910. James Dillon Thnrber. beloved son of Elsi* Thnrber and loving brother of Mrs. Beulah. Caldwell and Grace Thurber, a native of Long Beach. Cal., aged 12 years. WATSON— In this city. December 12. 1910. Wll. Ham Watson, beloved hnsband of . tha lata Mary "Watson, and uncle of Mra.- Andrew M. H»ndry. Benjamin F. and James Watton'an'l Mrs. Henry Mote, a native of Scotland, aged SO years. WRIGHT— In Alameda. December 11. 1910. Elizabeth C. relict of the late M. J. Wright, and devoted mother of Walter 11.. J. P. and Mary G. Wright and Mrs. J. J. Larkey. and loving grandmother of Charles J., Raymond J.. Eessie. Helen. Rose, Frank. Loretta and John Larkey and Mrs. Edith Sauey and Mrs. Abbie Church and the ltae Edwin E. Wright, and sister of the late- Mary E. Hill, a aatiTe . of New York city, aated 74 years and « laontUs. A member of the Third Order of St. Francis. (Brooklyn and New York papera please copy.) Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in- vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednes- day). December 14, at 9 a. m.. from her lat« residence. 473 Santa Clara ave&tee eataer of Fifth street, thence to St. Jn*<?ph'« Search. where. a requiem hijrb mass will be celebrated for the repose- of her soul, commencing: at 9:30 a. ra. Interment St. Mary'a cemetery. Oak- land. CARD OF TUAXKS HEDEGARD— We herewith wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to oa? ra»ny >!u.ids for their comforting sympathy and beautiful floral offerings extended to us durtn? our late be- reavement In the lo»» of a loving son and brother. CARL J. HEDEGARD MRS. MARY HEDEGARP. MISS BETH nEDEOAKD. CLAREXCE HEDEOAKD. JULIUS S. GODEAU Independent of the Trust For »T5 WIH Furnish Hearse, 3 Car- rlages, Embalralas, Shroud aad Cloth Covered Casket C \* k * ts "* * 33 - *» «<x*l «* sold by Trn»t Undertakers for ...... $35 Caskets at $30. aa good as * iofd "bj *Trt!Jt^Wy <r Indertakers for 131 Caskets -»t $100/ as good as soid" by 'Trust •?? 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