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RAILROAD TO TAP LAKEVIEW DISTRICT Nevada, California and Oregon Will Enter Rich Oregon and California Section [Specie! Dispatch to The Call] \ ■ TIENO. May Wit* the return of General Manager Dunaway of the Nevada, California and Oregon railroad announcement has been . made of the acquisition of $100,000 terminal facil ities at LAkeview, Ore., the derision to push the road through- to Lakeview as quickly as possible, the placing of orders for additional, freight equip ment and preparations to build a new town at Davis Creek, in the lower end of Goose Lake valley. Manager Dunaway said: "In all my experience • I have never seen a country awaken from its leth argy as has northeastern California and southern Oregon, as a direct result of railroad extension. The country possesses wonderful agriculturar possi bilities, which when fully developed will furnish a greatly Increased ton nage for our line. pROPLE CO-OPERATING ''The people are now alive to this con dition, they are enthusiastic as to the future and are cordially co-operating with us In everything that tends to upbuild the country. There will be. approximately 40,000 • additional acres planted 'in grain in the Goose Lake valley as the result of the installation of an immense irrigation system north of T^ikeview. "There are hundreds of apple trees h"ing planted, together with berries and small fruits. In Goose Lake valley there are 50,000 acres of apple and fruit Jand susceptible of the highest develop ment. There is as much more in Stir- ■ prise valley. 3O» FREIGHT CARS OHDEIIED "To care for this extra tonnage we placed orders for 100 additional freight cars, and have also ordered refrigerator cars to properly handle the fruit, ber ries, melons and dairy products. This latter will be no small item in Itself, for there is every natural advantage for successful dairying, such as good grass and feed and grain, pure water and outside range." HYATT BARS REFORMED CANNIBAL FROM SCHOOLS No More Collections of Funds For South Sea Return [Special Dispatch to The Call] RACRAMENTO, May 9—l. J. H. A. K. Swaek-Hanner. who claims to be a re formed cannibal and who has been in tlie habit of soliciting funds from school children to go bark to the south sea islands and tame the man eaters, will lia\f to ply his trade elsewhere, accord ing to St»f> Superintendent of Schools Hyatt. Acting upon a recent complaint from BerkH<\v, Hyatt is preparing cir culara to send to all the teachers di recting them to refuse him admission to iools. Swa'"k-Hanner has been the pupils, then taking up a • n>n. DECAPITATION OF STATE ARCHITECT RUMORED Nat Ellery Said to Be Whetting the Ax [Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO, May !*.— If dame ra il ■:• • ! hitisr to do with the de itJon, the state architect, \V. f>. Jr.. will lose his head, for the II the capitol alreadr has Nat Ellery sharpening 0 the bloodless deed. Co»t«S •-s $t.SftO a year for drawing plans ite huliriinss. etc., but it is said boost for Nat KlJery when itter was in the gubernatorial md hence is to be punished. The fit nation is unique. as < F.llery is not be to h" any too secure in his own m expires June 11. SACRAMENTO TO FIGHT THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC Water Front Rights to Be Tested in Courts [Special Dispatch to The Call] Sacramento. Kay —The city board of trustees by resolution has direr-ted the corporation counsel, to propped through the courts against the Southern Pacific to break the grip ■which that corporation holds on the •water front north of X street. The railroad- has commenced the construe- ; lion of a steamer shed on the water' front between I and J streets. . This, the trustees contend, Is for the pur pose of strengthening the railroad's <*Inim to the property under an old grant that has never been used. NUTTER TO BE APPOINTED ON HOSPITAL BOARD Governor Announces Intention of Naming Jurist [Sprcial Dispatch to The Call] KTON. May 9. — Governor John -11 stated that he in to appoint former Judge W. B. of Stockton to succeed the late •John C. Thompson on the directorate of th<- Stockton state hospital. The governor said Judge Nutter has agreed to atccept. Thompson was the demo memher of the board, and tils term wouM have expired May 27, 191". rued as superior judge last I;. D. HLDRIDGE WILL FILED FOR PROBATE Stockton Man Deeded Large Estate to Children [Special Dispatch to The Call] STOCKTON, May 9.— H. .T. Strother lias filed a petition asking that the will of the late K. 1). Eldridge be admitted to probate. The will was written April '. '.*, 1902, and the legatees are a son and daughter. Kldridge -deeded practically alt of his $250,000 estate to the two < hildren. He left in his own name prop erty to the value of $1,975. VALLEJO WILL HOLD ELECTION TUESDAY [Special Dispatch to The Call] VALJUEJO. May 9. — A municipal *>!«»<• tion will be held in this city Tuesday? May 16. The candidates are as folio Commissioner*— ilium ' P. Blake.* Churl** ■' B. ' Butler. • James B.i MfCmtle.v «nd ■/. f G. I.uper; " whooldlreetors-^Wllllam'N. .Vlen, G»or«e Jew. ett. Ciiarle* F. Stewart. J»in»s H. Toplej," Fred 4. Walter and I. B. Wbitaker. MARE ISLAND POST FOR LIEUT. KAYS He Is Transferred From Cruisers to Become Aid of Navy Yard Chief MARE TSLAXD, May 9. —Lieutenant Herbert Kays, now In command of the cruisers Cincinnati and Raleigh, is to be appointed aid to the commandant at this station on Monday to take the place of Lieutenant Commander Dudley W. Kno\. Light ship NO. Tfi is to come to Mare Island the latter part of the month to undergo some extensive repairs. • • • The big collier Acme arrived this afternoon with 5.000 tons of coal on board for the navy yard. raptaln Hugh noaman. inspecting or nver at this 'station, will be the new captain of the local naval station and will take office Monday. Henry T. Mays su.-eeeds Rear Admiral Hugo Osterhaus. V. S. A., as commandant. It is understood that Captain T. P. Griffin will perform the inspection of ficer's duties. • • • The torpedo boat destroyer Farra- But will depart for San Diego tomor row under command of Ensign Henry R. Keller. It will join the third flo tilla in southern waters. The cruisers California, South Dakota and Maryland will arrive here June 19 from Sail Diego. The vessels are to receive their annual repairs. and should he at the station for at least 60 days. "When Rear Admiral Hugo Osterhaus. rommandant. leaves for Washington. D. C, Monday. Captain of the Yard U. T. Mayo. I*. S. H., will take charge of the twelfth naval district along •vith his duties as commandant. Owing to the fact that there is no room on the prison ship Manila a t (his station, 60 prisoners from the fleet /low stationed at San Diego are to be taken to Bremerton this week for transfer to the XiDsic. • • • Orders were received from the navy department to install a 150 horsepower gasoline engine in the 50 foot boat which was recently completed for ths ■Honolulu naval station. The cruiser Buffalo has arrived a* Kodiak, Alaska, where the yard equip ment department men will install a new wireless station this summer. Chaplain C. Q. Wright, who has been ordered to this yard, will succeed Chaplain A. A. McAlister. retired, who left the naval station last year. • « • HAPPY CAMP ASSAULT CHARGE IS DISMISSED Emmit Frazier Returns to Live With Complainant [Special Dispatch to The Call] TREKA, May !>.—The charge of as sault with attempt to commit murder resting against Kmmit Frailer of Happy Camp, who took four shots at his stepfather, Judge W. J. Brown, at Happy Camp, in November last, was dismissed today. District Attorney Hooper asked for the dismissal on the ground that it would be impossible to persuade a jury to convict. The jury last week stood six to six for conviction. Frazier has gone back to Happy Camp to live with his mother and the stepfather he is alleged to have tried to kill. TUNNEL PROJECTED TO DRAIN DEEP MINES Plan to Save Pumping Expenses in Nevada County [Special Dispatch to The Call] NEVADA CITY. May S.—Through a tunnel three miles long, tapping the mining depths at 1,060 feet, the Ne vada County deep drainage tunnel company plans to drain all the mines in this district, thereby doing away with extensive pumping and hoisting systems. The tunnel, as projected, will run from the south Ttiba river at a point near Jones bar toward the Cham pion mine. Connections will be made with other shafts through drifts and crosscuts tapping either th» sumps or pumping levels of all the deep mines. POWER COMPANY TO SERVE SAN FRANCISCO Yreka Plant to Run Lines Across Shasta County [Special Dispatch to The Call] REDDING, May 9.—The board of su pervisors granted a franchise, today to the Siskiyou light and power company of Treka. The franchise permits the company to erect " pole lines >on any public highway in the county.. The company now generates 20,000. elec trical horsepower »and will - soon be making- 60,000 horsepower. It • pro poses to extend its lines across Shasta county and shoot its current into San Francisco. • .. t . WIFE DESERTED DURING HONEYMOON, HE SWEARS Decree Granted to Complaining Marysville Husband [Special Dispatch to The Call] MARTKVIU.E. May »,— "I rued my bargain" was the only explanation Ern est Po.-herty received from his wife, who deserted him one week after their marriage, according to his testimony in court today previous to receiving an interlocutory decree of divorce. "She left in the middle of the honey moon.' said Docherty. "went to Chico and has remained away two years." WOMAN LEAPS FROM SWIFTLY MOVING TRAIN [Special Dispatch to The Call] AUBURN, May 9.—Becoming insane last' .Saturday while going from Reno to Colfax^ to • take charge of :a; case. Miss .1. R. McDonald, • a ;trained nurse, jumped. from . the train . while 'it- was running at top; speed between , Fulda and ; Blue" Canyon. '. Her , absence was noticed and. State; Policeman Macley of Blue Canyon started out to search for: her. ;■'■ ■"t^SSTi M.WMfflfflMqf^tmQptm The young woman was found' walk ing along the * track, ;demented, : . but unhurt. How she succeeded in leaving the train' while * it 1 was running with out being killed or seriously injured is a mystery. :■/-,■ %; She will be examined regarding her sanitary by a commission." .' , ■; . . > There la no cam Miring, no «nll. Hin. In The Cairn kt*»t nooklovem* Content* It In a came for the - evening hour*. And you ran enter • right I now and get the back pictures free. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 10. 1911. STOCKTON AWAITS COMING OF MOOSE Streets Are Being Decorated in Preparation for Three Days' Carnival [Special Dispatch to The Call] STOCKTON, May 9.—vStockton is put ting on her best in preparation for the big Moose street carnival and the state tire insurance agents' convention, both of which will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The streets are being adorned with flags and strings of incandescent lights. The business houses are decorated in the Moose colors —red and white. J. K. Amenda will preside as mayor of Mooseville. In addition to the street fair there will be a baby show and other features. Automobile parades and auto excursions into the country for visiting Moose are also on the program. The local fire insurance agents have planned a number of trips for the dele gates to the state convention. In ad dition to auto tours there will be an excursion down the river. A banquet will he. served on the roof garden of The Stockton. SISKIYOU LAUNCHES GOOD ROADS CAMPAIGN Governor Johnson Asked to Aid Committee's Work [Special Dispatch to The Call] YREKA. May 9.—Electing Leland J. Foulke chairman and C J. Luttrell secretary, the good roads committee of Sisklyou has launched a campaign for good roads and at the same time peti tioned Governor Johnson to name a Siskiyou man on the state highway commission and also use his influence to cause the state highway to be con structed under the $18,000,000 bond fund, to extend from northern Siski you to southern San Diego. The committee during the next two months will work on plans for the rebuilding of old roads and the con struction of new ones under a county bond issue. The county ■would co-operate with the state to the Siskiyou end of the state highway. WIFE, THREE BABIES AND CREDITORS DESERTED Walter M. Martin of Sacra- mento Disappears [Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO, May 9.—A string of creditors and M. T. Mlnney, brother in law and a former real estate man of Oakland, are very desirous of ascer taining the whereabouts of Walter M. Martin, erstwhile realty dealer of Sac ramento, who lias disappeared. Not only did Martin leave a number of Investors whom he had victimized, but he left a wife and three babies in Oakland. Mrs. Martin, according to her broth er, Minney, is now in the cast and has sued for a divorce. Martin came to Sac ramento about a year ago with Blanche Morton of Red Bluff. A child was born to the couple here. "When Martin's creditors became too numerous he decamped, and nothing has been heard of him since. GIRL IN SACRAMENTO TAKES FATAL DRAUGHT Postal Sent Felicitating San Jose Man [Special Dispatch lo The Call] SACRAMENTO, May 9.—After pen ning a. postal to Thomas Lynn of San Jose, extending her best wishes. Char lotte Elderton, a pretty domestic who had been in the employ of J. L. Phrlps, a Stockton newspaperman, early Sun day morning swallowed poison and died today at the sisters' hospital. • The young woman came to Sacra mento from Stockton lnist. Friday to visit her sister and had spent Saturday night with her sister at a show. She was in good spirits, and no mo tive for her act. can be offered. She re fused to talk about It while in the hos pital. CHICO WANTS JOHNSON FOR FOURTH OF JULY Elaborate Independence Day Celebration Is Planned [Special Dispatch to The Call] CHJCO, May 3.—Governor Johnson ha* been invited to deliver the fourth of July oration in this city and Adju tant General E. A. Forbes ha.« been asked to order an encampment for the Second infantry, national Kuard, con ststing of companies in northern Cali fornia. These features are among the. many planned by the arrangement committee for the day's celebration. In addition to other sports there will be aquatic contests in an artificial lake to be formed by damming Little Chico creek at the cemetery lane bridge. DEFAULTER'S SENTENCE POSTPONED BY JUDGE Court to Decide on Prison Term or Probation [Special Dispatch to The Call] STOCKTON, May 9.—Judge c. w. Norton has set May 22 as the time when he will inform Charles Newsome, the young man who absconded with money belonging to Wells, Fargo & Co., whether he is to go to the penitentiary or to be placed upon probation. New some has admitted his guilt. His at torney, P. H. Griffin of Modesto, has asked the court to place him on proba tion. The money he, took aggregates $1,100. FULL MOON UNBALANCED MIND, IS TESTIMONY Sacramento Homicide Commit ted to State Hospital [Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO, May 9.—Twelve jurors had sufficient faith in the story that un balanced minds often become insane during the full moon period to accept that theory in the case of ,r. G. Gold smith today and adjudge him Insane. Goldsmith recently shot down F. B. Jackson, a junk dealer. It was contend ed that he was insane, and today testi mony to the effect that he always be came dangerous during the full moon was given in court. Superior Judge Hughes committed Goldsmith to the Napa state hospital. KERN NATURAL GAS SYSTEM EXTENDED Pipes Are Being Laid to Fellows and Westside Field Is to Be Supplied [Special Dispatch to The Call] BAKERSFIELD, May 9.—The Cali fornia natural gas company, which supplies this city with natural gas for illuminating and domestic purposes from the big gas wells of the Standard oil company on section 26, is extending its service to cover the West side towns and leases. Workmen are now laying pipe into the town of Fellows, and the entire West side field will soon be sup plied with natural gas. C. Glfford. an employe of the Hue neme oil company, operating on section 35 in the Carissa plains, Is authority for the statement that the company has made a- strike of oil which tests bet ter than 45 degrees. The well is said to be a fine one and will prove up a new territory, although there are many companies which have been operating In that district for over a year. The Buick oil company's well No. 1 on section 32, one mile east of Fellows. is doing 1,500 barrels a day of 25 de gree oil. This is a wonderful yield, by reason of the small apertures through which the oil enters the pipe. A two inch pipe was put down inside the casing. The only perforations in this pipe are two five-sixteenths inch holes, and the discharge is entirely through the two inch pipe. CONSTABLES' ASSOCIATION IN ANNUAL SESSION Visalia Is Selected as Next Meeting Place [Special Dispatch to The Call] MODESTO. May 9.—The State Con stables' association met here today in annual convention. There were 50 con stables present from various California points. At the business session this after noon the new legislation affecting township officers was discussed and plans made for a better co-operation among the constables in regard to the pursuit and capture of criminals. Officers were elected as follows: George T. Davis, Modesto, president; Albert Kihn. Alameda, secretary-treas urer. Visalia was selected as the next meeting place. The business session was followed by a banquet at a local restaurant. NAVY ELECTRICIAN FLEES LOVE SPARK Maughton Also Fled From His Job and Has Not Been Located Since Maud N'aughton on** day met Roy Xaughton, an electrician on the war ship Pennsylvania in Pan Francisco, and nine months later she became his wife in Seattle, where the electric spark of love united their lives. But in Judge Graham's court yesterday she told how her sollar lover had departed in his ship and then deserted the navy, and she and Uncle Sam had never since learned his whereabouts. She was granted a divorce. Judge Graham also gave Wilhelmina a divorce from Wilhelm Dean for de sertion, continued since three years ago, after a married life of 10 years. Tie left her in Bakersfield with her little baby and a small candy store, but. in departing for parts unknown, took $4"> out of her purse and relieved the cash register of its lurking change. William D. Prince was granted a di vorce from Adelaide because of her preferences for independence and dance halls. Mabel was divorced from "Wil liam G. Zupar and given the custody of their little girl because of her hus band's willful desertion. Suits for divorce were filed by Telia L. against Irwin James Hall for deser tion, begun eight yearß ago. after their marriage three years previously at Sacramento; by Minnie against Charles Carroll for desertion, begun at Apple ton. WiR.. seven years ago, after a marital experience of three years and a half; by Helena C B. against Daniel Z. O'Nell for four years of cruelty after they had done fairly well for two years of married life, and by Helen Harper against Edmund T. "Farnum for desertion, begun in 1908, after they had been married in 1904. Interlocutory decrees of divorce were granted yesterday by Judge, Van Nns. trand to William K. Morrison from Kate because of her infidelity, and to Alice from James H. Kelly because of his extreme cruelty. Vallejo Brevities MAYOR ELECT CONVALESCENT -Va I bin M»t B.—Mayor olect, William .1. Tnrmoy. who was taken ner!onsly;Jll on the night of bis el^c tlon, I* conT«l«seent. NAPA ROAD 'IMPROVED—Siipfrvlsor Pure M • Flpmine :of • thlg diKtriot I* baring the Nana mad placed-In excrll^nt condition thin wp»k The road b«>twe»>n this city and Na pa Is now on* nt the best county roads In this part of the statp. VAIXEJO AFTER MACCABEES' CONCLAVE— Vgllpjo tent No. 4fi. K. 0. T. Maocah««<>R, Is prfp«rin«r to bring her* the Brand ramp of the Maccabees of tbfl state of rallf.>rnia for I!U2. Th« notch relieves you of the both, ■ era :of buttoning and , unbuttoning Arrow COLLARS W 13* BELMONT : CHESTER ; ■:rr The- notch keeps them closed In front. : ' Ctwtt, fe«.body * Company, Troy. Hew Tort . SEVERAL DESCRIBE BOSE AS ECCENTRIC Witnesses for Wilson Say That Dead Man Was Forger and Falsifier That Harry Bose was so eccentric as to cause them to believe his mind was unsound was the testimony given by several persons who knew him and who were called yesterday as witnesses in defense of John "Walter "Wilson, ac cused of having murdered Bose. The defense is attempting to show that Bose was not murdered, but committed suicide. That Bose was a forger, a braggart and falsifier, and that he had threat ened to commit suicide by taking poi son were some of the statements made by the witnesses. Roy R. Robinson, an electrician for merly employed with Rose by the Cen tury electric- company In 1905. testified that Boso said that he was writing a oomic opera and that he received most of his money from royalties on plays which he had produced: that his father was wealthy and that he was a gradu ate of Yale. Bose \vore a cowboy hat with a blue V painted oh it and a ring decorated with skull and crossbones, which he said was the emblem of a Yale secret society. IMITATION' OF WRITING Robinson said that Bose had told him of climbing: trips in the Alps and exhibited a number of mugs as having been presented to him by important persons abroad, and a prayer book which he said was given to him by Mrs. Stanford while he was at Yale. He made entries in the cash book of the electric company in many differ ent styles, according to Robinson, and could imitate the handwriting of the manager of the company almost per fectly. Charles Isaacs, assistant manager of the Western Union telegraph company. toJd of Bose's employment as a messen ger boy and clerk in the local office of that company. Isaacs corroborated the statements of other witnesses re garding Bose's ability to imitate hand writing and said that his mail, while 1 a messenger hoy, was as large as that of the assistant secretary of the com pany. MISREPRESENTATIONS nECITEO George A. Wilber. an electrical sup ply dealer, formerly sales manager for the Standard electrical works, where Bose was employed, said he was "er ratic, nighty, a great braggart and a cheerful liar." Wllber told in detail of a fake propo sition, originated by Bose, by which he pretended that he was , arranging for the sale of apparatus to a big power plant in San Jose. '. '"■"■ : " Frank D. Fagan. formerly connected with the Standard electrical works, said that Bose represented that his father was the manager of the Ham burg:-American steamship company, and asked to get off one day to visit his father at the Fairmont hotel. Fagan testified that Bose constantly sent to and received long distance tele phone messages. from."Sis" in San Jose. whom he understood to be Miss Anna Kelleher, now Mrs. McCarley. XAME FORGED TO ORDER H. J. Gallagher; a Western Union telegraph operator, said that during his employment with the latter company Bose wrote him unnecessary notes and letters, signing many different names to them and using various styles of penmanship. Bose, he said, once' forged his. name to an order for furniture and said that if he ever committed suicide it would be by taking poison. Mrs. MeCarley was recalled and Iden tified a copy of a letter written to her by Bose. It was the account of a pur ported meeting of Yale men at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York city. She said that Bose signed all his letters to her "H. Boas,- and it was pointed out that the poison letter was addressed to "H. Boas." *■-■■• :William C. Sebelle. assistant man at77 fw th Postal' tele»raph company, said that. Bose forged the name of a fellow, employe named Marks. . WEDDING SECRET IS KEPT FOR A DAY Oakland Teacher Marries Navy Yard Man VAI,LK.IO. May 9.—Although Charles Canill. acting foreman laborer at Mare island, and Miss Blanche McNeil, now a tea.her in the Oakland schools, were married here Sunday afternoon by Rev Thomas Parker Boyd of the Rpiscopal church, they kept the ceremony secret until today. Back picture* and catalogues in The Call* great Booklovern' Contest can be obtained nun-. The contest ' has just fairly atarted. CHILD'S HEAD SOLID MASS OF HUMOR It Was Awful. Cried Continually. Had to Hold and Watch Him to Keep Him from Scratching. Suffering Was Dreadful. Had not Used Half a Set of Cuticura Remedies Before Head was Clear and Free from Eczema. "I think the Cuticura Remedies are the best remedies for ecsema I have ever heard of. My mother had a child •who had a rash on its head when it was real young. Doctor called it baby rash. He gave us medicine, but it did no good. In a few days the head was a solid mass, a running sore. It was awful, the child cried continually. We had to hold him and watch him [to keep himj from scratching the sore. His suffering was dreadful. At last we remembered Cuticura Remedies. We got a dollar bottle of Cuticura Resol vent, a box of Cuticura Ointment, and a bar of Cuticura Soap. We gave the Resolvent as directed, washed the head with the Cuticura Soap, and applied the Cuticura Ointment. We had not used half before the child's head was clear and free from eczema, and it has never come back again. His head was healthy and he had a beautiful head of hair. I think the Cuticura Ointment very good for tbe hair. It makes the hair grow and prevents falling hair." (Signed) Mrs. Francis Lund, Plain City, Utah, Sept. 19, 1910. * For more than a generation Cuticura ■ Remedies '; have ) afforded the "speed iest and most economical treatment for skin and scalp troubles. Sold throughout the world. ;:f Potter i Drug < A Chem. Corp., sole props.. 139 Columbus "Aye./ Boston. «rM ailed 'I free, samples i of^Cuticure/ Soap and Ointment, with 32-p. book. on SALE IN ban francisco STORE! SN\WD&fO San Francisco COR- MARKBT I COR. WASHINGTON Oakland ban tranctsco and 4th sts. | and iith sts. Uakland -' V Mm '" VW^ V%k ■A' V ' fj* TODAY ■ -,%sf^\. Is a Good Day To Buy That §^^9^} New Suit IHBflLj^^ljVj^ This Is the Best Place Hlll^jßiJEy IN WHICH TO BUY IT. lillllll^i c arp showinff romprchrnsive ■nil! 1 \Wi Ines °^ new rcadj-to-wcar Suits for ■UllllwW \M Men. in Scrpes, light-weight fancy HulHiiluT llw * Mixtures, in pretty tans and grays; J^»iHlhilJ liv heavier diagonals and mixed suitings Jnk\\)itu!| Mill 'n a" tnc popular colorings. ■Mill 1111 lltl BUILT TO 'SATISFY; nISe that is HAumlll \ lt! RU!i;r TO SATISFY; made in our WmIIIiIIIhII •••' own factor i es- under our own super |jnAUMgipnrnfV vision, from specially selected fabrics. ViMll "WOOD" SUITS "stand up better" ' mum In ft »1 t':an any er make because the in iTwßhM lam vK\ s'^c eta^s °f construction arc so lllWs§s3 '■ v thoroughly looked after. ' MB illy You'll be wanting a new suit for; \\nutm vk< vacation before. long; investigate our U\ ■ $15,Vi8.50,520and525 ||B W SUITS PRESSED AND KEPT IN SjwLnt\m FREE OF CHARGE *^3r^t^*^Bto DURING THEIR LIFE, IF BOUGHT .HERE. PAYING SUBURBAN HOMES Hundreds are buying homes in suburban towns with lots only a trifle larger than a city lot. and the only advantage se cured is the fresh air and a small garden, with a place for a few chickens, while A Walnut Grove in the "Mount Diablo Country,"' Contra Costa County, just back of Oakland, costing the same amount of money, will yield from $75.00 per acre the fourth year to $700.00 and $800.00 per acre as the Grove matures. In addition to this, the ground between the trees, which is very rich, can be utilized for vegetables, alfalfa or chickens. 50 Minutes to San Francisoo On the completion of the Oakland and Antioch Railway you can reach the City in 50 minutes and will esjoy a commuta tion service. You can ride on this new electric road if you join our Excursion Sunday, May 14th or you can sec this property any day by appointment.* Send for our New Walnut Folder.' R. N. BURGESS COMPANY 907 FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG., SAN FRANCISCO. 1172 BROADWAY, OAKLAND. 507 J STREET, SACRAMENTO. BROOKS & STEWART, WALNUT CREEK, CAL. GEO. W. WILSON, CONCORD, CAL. UNITED STATES BRANCH. • STATEMENT 'X OF THE CONDITIONS AND AFFAIRS OF THE ! Frankfort Marine, Accident and Plate Glass Insurance Company; OF FRANKniRT. GERMANY*, on the "Ist day of December, A. D. 1910 and for the year ending on that day. Published pursuant to the provisions of Section 611. of the Political Code ■nd compiled from the : annual "Statement tiled with the Insurance Commissioner of the state of California. - - CAPITAL Deposit capital ........'..;.:..:.... $250,000.00 - -ASSETS ' ' ;* ' Cash market value of all storks and bonds owned by company $1,222.W1G. 00 I Cash In company's 0ffice,.......... R50.00 Cash in banks.... ; .25.385.74 .Interest due and ■ accrued....:."..... 1".527.«." Premiums In wurse of collection. 1... 201.453.f12 Cash In hands of trustees.. : S.ssr>.n2 " ' Total assets ................ ■.$1,473,042.21 i / LIABILITIES t^KMies adjusted and napiid. 1... 1!. J*.. $2,900.00 Losses In process of adjustment or' -■ in suspense ..................... 53.715.25 Losses resisted. including expenses... 9,530.00 Gross premiums on risks running one year or less. $74*1.537.53; relnsur * anfe.'.BO.p^r cent..',.;. 571.765.76 Gross : premiums on 1 risks running . more than on» year, $63,937.97; re- . »• Insurance pro-rata.'. ;... 35,376.15 Expenses of adjustment of • unpaid • , claims ~.............~. • . 1.917. Special reserve for unpaid liability - - losses 479.235.35 Taxes due or accrued...- :..: .....;. - H. 500.00 Commissions and brokerage due or to . '' become due ......■...%...;........ 32.fifM.n5 All other liabilities........; - 3.834.89 Total liabilities $1,002,745.80 INCOME Net cash actually received for pre- SBSBffi. miiims/rr.-;.r.-..r.-rr.T:.;--7C.r.-.51,136,538.77 Received from interest and dividends ; on "bonds.; storks, loans and, from , * all other 50urce5....:...,.......... 45,R44.t57 Policy fee required or represented by applications 10,033.66 •Total Income ............ ...;...-.5!.195,717.1.) EXPENDITURES Net amount-paid for losses (includ ing losses of previous years).. ' $612.114 Expenses'of. adjustment, and settle . ► . .'■; ment of claims. ...*.....,:...„:.. 96,7,17. Paid or allowed for commission or . . -' brokerage ■.'..: .....'...».,.... 294.182.2:1 Paid for " salaries. ■ fees and -other > charges for officers; clerks, etc... 81.225.40 Paid for Ktatp, national * and local • ■ •- taxe5.:..'........................ 21,499.63 Groes >decrease in book - value of . • ' * ledger assets ....'..'.'.. .V.....;... i 018,47 Gross loss 'on : sale.: or matnrltj ;of " •• • : ledger-a55et5'..................... ' -50.78 Policy fees retained by agents;....-, -10.033.fi8 Remitted to horn* office .».". ■..".. . 10. SIS All other expenditures ;..:.;.."...;.. C 9.597.61 ■ ; Total expenditures ............ I .$1,186,926.16 . •C.'H,-. FRANKLIN. .•■':,_ . . '-.- ■' l;. S. Manager and Attorney.. v Subscribed, and' sworn to before me this 9th day of February. 1011. •i' ' '- * t^*-.#tiA.C3s ■;"- EDWIN G. MARKS, Notary Public. DAVID DUNCAN General Agent for the Pacific Coast. Rooms -'10, 211, 212, Carmen Johnson , Dulldlnjc, . 340 S»n»omf St.. San Fraaclaes, Cat. THE MEEKLY CALL, $1 PER YEAR 5 W. T. HESS, Notary Public ROOM 1112. CALL BUILDING At residence. 1460 Page street, between 7 p. m. and 8 p. m. Residence telephone .Park 27»7. . | > ... > - ; ' . ■•/*•;-: -, '■■ United States Brunch. I STATEMENT OF THE CONDITIONS AND AFFAIRS OF THE London Guarantee and Accident - Company Ltd. OF LONDON. ENGLAND, on the .Tint dar of December. A. D. 1010. and for the year undine on that day.. Published pursuant to the! Provi sion of Section fill, of the Political Code and compiled from the annual abatement filed with the Insurance Commissioner of the state of Cal ifornia. . . CAPITAL Statutory deposit 500,000.00 ASSETS Cash market. value of all stocks * . „ and bonds owned by company . . .92.3M.R85.1M Cash in company's of flee '.....'.,....• 2.123.3*1 Cash in backs. ...... ...:.v. ISS.,VK> oo Interest due • and accrued ..'., 82.27S .to Premiums In course of collection.. 520,477.27 ■ Total assets : .. .......$3,106,964.03 LIABILITIES Losses in process of adjustment or In suspense :......: $29,343.41- Losses resisted. including ■ expenses 40,500.00 Gross premiums on risks running one ■year or less, $1.£11,734.43; re- : insurance, GO per cent ...;...... 905,867.21 Gross premiums :on risks running .; more than, one year, $220.796..57; . reinsurance pro rata..'. 127,330.13 Estimated " expenses, of adjustment - r ">of claims ...:........'., ..... 2.00n.nn Contingent i reserve, ..- 100.000.00 Taxes due or. accrued .. ... 30,000.00 Commissions and brokerage due or to become'due •.....:.■.... ; 145.498.36: Reserve : for. liability losses .. 7iM.04.V44 ■ Reserve for credit losses 97.463 Xi All other liabilities :.. 8,835.01; Total liabilities ..*..;.... $2,252,774.92 ~ ■;■ income Net fash actually received■ for pre miums .....:: $2,830,500.32 Received from ■ interest and divi dends on bonds, stocks, loans and VV - - from all other sources 84.512.4S > Received from home 0ffice..........; 200,000. ' Total income ........'.........53,115,012.73 > EXPENDITURES. Net amount paid' for 1055e5.*...... .$1,083,315. Expenses of adjustment and settle ment of claims • 274.652.06 Remitted :to borne office ... ... "135,212.48 I'ald or allowed for commission or ' .-■■■:, - brokerage '- • •....:":... . 759,296.94 Paid for ; salaries:.* fees; and * other ■ .■ •-"' charges' for officers, clerks, etc... 177,314.84. Paid for state,- national and local ■ taxes '.".". 39.289.0.1 Rents *..... ...., 14.053.40 • All other expenditures 97,078.09:: . Total , expenditures :. .$2,580,216.98 Losses incurred during '■■ the year. . .$1,083,818.91 ; F. ;W. I LAWSON. General Manager. ;_ Subscribed: and sworn to' before me, this Btli day of February, 11911:','-■ ■ , MARK A. FOOTE,. . ' Commissioner for California at Chicago. Liability, < accident, burglary, steam boiler, auto mobile, ■ workmen's compensation. • ■—•—... Lands and Brickell, • ' General agents ' for : : .California and Oregon,',/. 238 Merchant* Ex., San FrancUco, CaJ.