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In the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys
JOHNSON LIMITS
SPECIAL SESSION
Likely to Turn Down Grand Jury
Request for Action on
Grade Crossings
"[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, June 7.—Governor
Johnson Is not disposed M grant the
request of the Los Angeles grand Jury
to include in his call for a special ses
sion of the legislature special action
.on the matter of abolition of rail
road grade crossings to lessen the
number of accidents.
"Mv hope was to confine the special
session to the two propositions abso
lutely necessary to be legislated upon:
the state revenues and reapportion
ment. T" ■ v ." - ...-;',.. 1
"Unless I believe other matters to
He of extraordinary importance I shall
adhere to this view. The matter,
however, has not been definitely de
termined."

MRS. ANNA M. PEDERSON
DIES AT NAPA HOME
Deputy Grand Patron of Eastern
\ 'Star Suffered for Months
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
NAPA, June 7. —Mrs. Anna Maria
Pederson, deputy grand patron of the
Eastern Star and wife of John A.
Pederson, a prominent Knight Temp
lar, died at her home here'last night
after an illness of four months with
,a complication of diseases. Mrs. Peder
son waa 49-years old and a native of
California She had been Identified
with the woman's branch of the Ma
sonic order for years and was one of
the most active of the Eastern Star
, members. Besides her husband, she
is* survived by a daughter. Edna L.
Pederson; her mother, Mrs. P. D.
Mlchelson. three sisters. Mrs. Charles
A Slauaon of San Francisco, Mrs. Ida
Knler and Mrs. Levi Chapman of
Napa, and four brothers. Paul, Oliver.
Chris and Albert Miehelson of Napa
AMUSEMENTS
■ maw way ■I.WImEGwiHP
FREE SYMPHONY CONCERT
2 p. m. Thia Afternoon. in the theater build
ing, by CONWAY'S BAND.
» Overture. •'E-urranth"'- tWorwr': adagio
frim "Sonata rathetlqne" • Beethoven i:
qnlntet for English horn and four French
horn«. Mes»r». De Van, I/tn<l<"nhir*in. Nixon.
Sennits. Hylr-. -'Humc.r*t>l<e-' (B-Toraki;
scherzo from "Fourth- Symphony" (Tscbal
k(nri>kT>; the "Peer Gnt suite (Grelg):
"Kammennl Ostron-" I Rubinstein >: soprano
solo. "Are Maria" (Maaragßl);, Mr*, Joseph
Durtfee; "Kamartnskaja" (a Slavonic wed
ding*, from an unfinished symphony (Glinka).
Canal Concert In the Amphitheater Tonight.
Wagner Concert Tomorrow Night.
Balloon Ascension Sunday.
• .CfV»*RHtV\.»u.STOCVaO>Vty?OV4I\X
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. Matinee Every Day at 2:ls—Every Eve. at IS.
THE STANDARD OF VAUDEVILLE!
VASTER GABRIEL & CO., presenting a one
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AUSTIN MOORE and CORDELIA HAAOER;
THE SAMBA .TAPS, featuring Toklo Namba:
I9ABELI.E IVAR.MO.S!) assisted by GEORGE
MOORE; "THE MDSIKAL GIRI>S": ED. WYNN
and P. O'MALLEY JENNINGS: HENRY CLIVE,
asalsted by Mai Sturrla Walker; NEW DAY
LIGHT MOTION PICTTJBES. Last Week
WILLIAM H. MACART and ETHLTNNE BRAD
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' Ere. Prices. 10c. -'•'■• Me, 75c. Box Seats, SI.
Mat. Prices (Except Sundays and Holidays), 10c,
. tie. 10c. Phones Douglas 70; Home C-1570.
ALCAZAR Sutler and Stalnsr
t\ia\*f\.Lil\l\ Home Phone S-4242
„. • Home Phone S-4212
. BELASCO A MAYER. Owners and Managers. j
LAST FOITI XIGHTS
MATINEE RATI P.DAY AND SUNDAY
FLORENCE | THURLOW THEODORE
ROBERTS BERGEN ROBERTS
Leading a Superb Cast ln'" ;V"'
"•JIM THE PENMAN"
(Sir Charles Young's Powerful Play.) ~
TRICES— Sight. 2.V to II; Mat.. 2.V to 50c.
Seats for Sale at Box Office and Emporium.
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I^^^NIGHTLY, EXCEPT SUNDAY. I '
MATS. WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS I
Charles Frobman Presents I
MISS (
BILL IE
BURKE
In the witti»«t comedy of the s»s-.nn, I
"MRS. DOT"
Br W. Somerset •Maugham. I
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HEAR DEVI3ADERO. .; J
JUBILEE ATTENDED
BY ENTIRE FAMILY
Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Neitzel
Surrounded by Children and
Their Offspring
[Special/ Ditpatch to The Call]
CORDELIA. June T.—Surrounded by
their children, and grandchildren,
Frank E. (Neitzel and Mrs. Neitzel cele
brated their golden wedding anniver
sary at their home near here today.
The venerable couple, who have
reached the age of SO years, were,
among the earliest pioneers of this
section of the state. leaving his <
home in Germany as a boy. Neitzel'
served as apprentice to a blacksmith -
in-New York. Then, in 1853, he Joined
a party crossing" the plains, and set
tled In Solano county, the same year.
The couple were married In; 1861 at
the old St. Mac's cathedral, San Fran
cisco, Mrs. Neitzel having come to
California from Ireland with her par
ents a few years earlier via the Isth
mus. They took up their residence in
Solano county, where Neitzel pursued
his trade until 1877, when lie retired
as a fruit rancher.
Four sons and two daughters were
born to. them. They are Charles 11.
Neitzel. Mrs. L. J. Chrlsler of Sulsun:
Frank K. Neitzel Jr. of the Union Iron'
works. San Francisco; Joseph L., Wil
liam A., and Mrs. L. H. Maynard of
Cordelia. There are also nine grand
children, and It Is remarkable that dur
ing all the years of their married life
the oid people have lost none of their
offspring by death.
SMALL BROTHER BURNS
BABY SOAKED WITH OIL
I Mother Extinguishes Blaze, but
Child May Die
| [Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, June Having seen
bis mother pour coal oil in the stove
preparatory to starting a fire, S year
old Louis Sanchez tried it on his 17
months old brother, Robert, today, and
as a result the baby Is suffering from
burns that very likely will prove fatal.
The children were playing In the
■ kitchen, when Louis took a can of
! coal oil and poured it over the baby.
He then touched a match to the oil
and In a second the baby was aflame.
His shrieks 'and cries attracted his
mother, who rushed into the room,
where she found Louis laughing and
shouting In glee at the flames. The
frantic mother extinguished the fire
and hurried the child to the receiving
hospital. v .
STRAP AND RULER MADE
BLISTERS ON GIRI OF 7
Father Pleads Guilty to Beating
Daughter
FRESNO, June 7.— J. H. Young, a la
borer, arrested yesterday for beating
hit 1 year old daughter. Silvia, was ar
raigned today. He pleaded guilty, but
Justice of the Peace Graham postponed
passing sentence until tomorrow.
The court said that Young will be
given the full penalty. The humane so
ciety will appeal to the superior court
for-custody of the child.
It is alleged that. Young; and the
child's stepmother took turns beating
her Yesterday. Neighbors testified that
Mrs. Young used a douWe strap while
Young used a big ruler. The child Is
covered with blisters. Neighbors testi
fied that the father and stepmother
forced the girl to do all the hard work
around the house.
FRESNO WANTS A NEW
CHARTER AND TAX LEVY
Petitions Being Circulated for
Freeholders* Election
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
FRESNO, June 7.—A special commit
tee from the Merchants' association be
gan today the circulation of petitions
throughout the city calling a freehold-,
ers' election to secure a new charter
for Fresno. The petitions were clrcu-,
lated throughout the entire day. and to- i
night the members of the committee 1
stated that .there was no doubt that
the required amount of signers would
be secured. The merchants believe that
the city of Fresno has outgrown the
present charter . and are especially
aroused over the license system now in
vogue. They want a tax levy to run
the city government and want all licen- i
ses, except saloon, abolished.
SAN FRANCISCO WOMAN
LEADS FOR WATER OJUEEN
Mrs. Jellinek's Vote Is Double
That of Any Other
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
OROVIL.T-E. June ".—Mrs. E. O. Jel
llnek of 2226 Washing-ton street. San
Francisco, the wife of Dr." E. O. 'Jelll
nek. is th« leading candidate for queen
of the water carnival, to he held in
Oroville on* June 16 and. 17.
Mrs. Jfllinek was born in Oroville
and grew ta> womanhood here. During
the absence of Doctor Jelllnek in Eu
rope she has been revisiting her old
home here. She -was nominated " for
queen of the carnival, and at the pres
ent time has double the vote of any
other candidate.
Mrs Jelllnek is the daughter of Dan
iel Frleslehen. one of the pioneers of
Oroville. HaH
CLOTHES ON RIVER BANK,
BUT MAN IS MISSING
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
FRESNO. June 7.—Members of the
sheriff's office made a'search of the San
Joaquin river near Dane's bridge about
12 miles west of Fresno today for the
body, of ' Frank • Whitney of :-- this- city,
who is supposed to have committed sui
cide. Whitney was taken out to the
river last night by Jack Hart, saying he
was going, to camp there. Just as Hart
was leaving he heard Whitney flounder
ing in the water and rescued him.
Whitney promised not to make another
attempt to end his life. . Whitney's
clothes were found turned inside out
this morning, but there was no trace of
him. . '• '
STOCKTON ALUMNI
TO HOLD REUNION
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
J STOCKTON. June 7—The !', Stockton
high school alumni association*will hold
its annual reunion^ .Tun* 30 :i at The
Stockton. Prof. Burt Fstes Howard of
Stanford will ;be rthe principal speaker.
YESTERDAY'S , FIRE RECORD
■' .I:.Vi •a. m.—North aide of . Green street * atwve
Stockton; occupied as a lodging house. ~; Loss ;to
hittlding and content* alight. Cause, smoking In
bed.
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL: THURSDAY, JUNE 8. 1911.
Solano County Couple Celebrate
Golden Wedding Anniversary
| Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Neitzel of Cordelia, who were married in San
| Francisco in 1861.
AUTO CRASH FATAL
TO JOHN R. BELL
Superintendent of Power Plant
Succumbs to Injuries
to Skull
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SHAVER, June 7.—John R. Bell, su
perintendent of the San Joaquin light
and power company's plan, who -was In
jured in an auto wreck Saturday morn
ing, died here this morning. Bell suf
fered "a fracture of the skull. Ho was
going from Fresno with a. party of
friends when the machine turned turtle
on the mountain grade. The other mem
bers of the party were uninjured.
CONTRA COSTA WANTS
WATER FRONT HIGHWAY
Citizens to Discuss Route From
Stockton to Oakland
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
MARTINEZ. June 7.—A meeting has
been called for Monday morning. June
9. In the rooms of the board of super
visors here of aIJ. Contra Costa citizens
and representatives of civic bodies.to
discuss ways and means to localise the
state highway-from Stockton to Oak
land " along the Contra Costa water
front.
Physicians Recommend Castoria
OASTOEIA has met. with pronounced favor on the part of physicians, pharma
■V ceutical societies and medical authorities. It is used by physicians with
results most gratifying. The extended use of Castoria is unquestionably tha
result of three facts: /»**—The indisputable evidence that it is harmless?
Secant— it not only allays stomach pains and quiets the nerves, but assimi
lates the food. Third—lt is an agreeable and perfect substitute for Castor Oil
It is absolutely safe. It does not contain any Opium, Morphine, or other narcotio
and does not stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's..
Cordial, etc. This is a good deal for a Medical Journal to say. Our duty, how
ever, is to expose danger and record the means of advancing health. The day
for poisoning innocent children through greed or ignorance ought to end. To
our knowledge, Castoria is a remedy which produces composure and health, by
regulating the system— by stupefying it—and our readers are entitled to
the information.— Journal of MealtK
Letters from Prominent Physicians
: ■P'^i addressed to Chas.H. Fletcher.
SSalf fifiWfi^SSs ' Dr' B" Halstead Scott ' oi Chicago, Ills., says: "I have prescribed your
Wss - wM*Mtl&Us\ Castoria often for infants durins my practice, and find It very satisfactory."
flfiSSi g=J==^^^^^^gL-, Dr- WiUiam Belmont, of Cleveland. Ohio, says:' "Your Castoria stands
iliill! firßt ln ita class' In my thlrty-years of practice I can say. I never have
B Letters from Prominent Physicians
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Dr. B. Halstead Scott, of Chicago, Ills., says: "I have prescribed your
Castoria often for infants during my practice, and find it very satisfactory."
Dr. William Belmont, of Cleveland, Ohio, says: "Your Casteria stands
first in its class. In my thirty.years of practice I can say I never have
WB iWMSirirf If IH Dr. J. H. Taft ' of Brooklyn, N. V-« says: "I have used your Castoria and
SfHSjl t^flaySj^g^gJ-gIM found it an excellent remedy in my household and private practice for
|pfl|i| ~=^^^~==3 many years. The formula Is excellent." \■„> ■
*||S| =: A Wohol 3 per cent.l \ Dr. R. J. Hamlen, of Detroit, Mich., says: "I prescribe your Castoria
ffi'« l; A\^ge!ablePreparaiton forAs-' extensively, as I have never found anything to equal it for children's
Hi 8 Siraaating tJieFoorfarilißptfula- troubles. lam aware that there are imitations in the field, but I always
ala?[|; ; 'lm6UKStoinafJisadl^a^flf see that my patients get Fletcher's."
H JiT^^^WW^ Dr.Wm. J McCrann. of Omaha, Neb., says: "As the father of thirteen
fsj «^s»Mfe^l^^| children I certainly know something about your great medicine, and aside
raj . :—- from my own family experience I have in my years of practice found Cas
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ill ncssandßest£ontainsneifter < Dr. J. R. Clausen, of Philadelphia, Pa., says:"The name that your Cas
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m " ""•- -'• ! nient of the medical profession, but I, for one, most heartily endorse it and
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| SSfeS^" , I Dr. R. M. Ward, of Kansas City. Mo., says: "Physicians generally do not
|is§|-, Mc/JeSOt- I Prescribe proprietary preparations, but in the case of Castoria my experi
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THREE WOMEN QUIT
IN STAGE QUARREL
Mcßae Stock Company of Sac
ramento Hard Hit by Pro
fessional Jealousy
[Special Dispatch to The Cell]
SACRAMENTO, June 7.—The climax
in the series of episodes which have
caused the retirement of two of the
actresses from the Mcßae stock com
pany, playing at the Deipenbrock the
ater, came In the announcement this
afternoon that Miss Margaret Oswald,
in private life tho wife of Henry fcfc-
Rae, manager Of the company, also
will retire.
Jealousy between Mis? Oswald and
Miss Clajre Sinclair led to the resigna
tion of Miss Sinclair a few days ago,
following a quarrel over a hat.
Miss Bamona Radcliffe, Ingenue, will
leave the organization at the end of
next week, because she claims Miss
Oswald Insisted on taking .the center
of the stage when It belonged to'the
Ingenue.
Miss Oswald Is much disappointed,
and retires feeling that she has been
the victim of unlucky circumstances.
..- -~ : —"♦; —.' '
GSANT EXPOSITION GODFATHER-San Vfoao,
June ".—The officials, of the*,local Panama-
Pacific exposition hare chosen U. S. Grant Jr.
to turn the first earth far ; the 1913 fair at 'lie
ceremonies here next m"nth.
BIG NITER FIELD
IN CALICO HILLS
Deposit Said to Be Second
% Largest on the American
Continent
[Special Dispatch is The Call]
OROVILLE, June 7.—News has"" been
received in this city of the discovery
of large niter deposits in the Calico
hills, about 18 miles from Gerlach, a
division point on the "Western Pacific.
The discovery was kept a secret un
til the niter was passed upon by < a
representative of the United States
geological survey. He pronounces it
to be of exceptionally*fine quality. *
The deposits cover an area of 85
acres and «re " said to be the second
largest deposits in the Americas, the •
largest, being In Chile. "..'.';'..'■.■,"'
Representatives of dynamite and
powder manufacturing companies are
said to be interested in the develop
ment of the field. I
NEW LODGE OF ELKS
INSTALLED AT MERCED
Big Banquet Follows Installa
tion Ceremonies
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
MERCED, June 7.—Merced Jorge No.
1249, Benevolent and Protective Order
of Elks, organized tonight with a char
ter membership of 76. Past Exalted
Ruler G. J. McGregor of San Francisco
instituted the lodge. . Past Exalted
Ruler Eugene Rahlll of Fresno in
stalled the officers. Elks were present
from Modesto, Stockton, Turlock, New
man, Gustine, Los Banos. Sonora and
points. Three hundred and fifty
Elks sat down to a banquet after the
ceremonies. «
SHIPPING LOGS KILL
MAN RIDING ON LOAD
One of Them Crushes Skull of
the Victim
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
CHICO. June Ernest Wilson. 30
years old, was killed near one of the
Diamond match company's logging
camps, 25 miles east of Chico, this
morning. Wilson was riding on a load
of logs being pulled by a donkey en
gine. The logs slipped from their place
and one of them struck I him on the
head, killing him instantly. > He "was
unmarried.
FOLKS WANT TO MARRY
DOWN STOCKTON WAY
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON, June 7.—The county
clerk has Issued marriage licenses as
follows: John Carlson, French Camp,
aged 33, and Hannan Anderson, Oak
land, aged 35; Fred Burton, aged 31,
and Delia Baker/aged 26, both of Oro
villa; Fred Harrison Vlllinger, aged 27,
and Elizabeth Christina Keller, aged
25, both of Lodi; Henry Claud Thomas.
Richmond, aged 26, and-Ethel Evelyn
Lewis, Abingdon, 111., aged 19.
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