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CASTOR OIL MAY GO ON LIST OF FREE ARTICLES North Carolinan Declares in Caucus It Is Poor Man's Medicine and Should Be Cheap REPRESENTATIVES MAKE SUGGESTIONS Chemical Schedule Comes Up for Amendment, but No Changes Made the capitol," he answered, pointing to ward the house side. "But they will be guided b> jreur advice, Will they not?" lie was a.--ko i by th<"> newspaper men. "I haven't asked them." rejoined the president, with a smile. The president had been informed by the senators fully of the difficulties ahead of the tariff bill if it came to the senate as a single measure. A further investigation is to be made to determine the strength that is being mustered by the opponents of free sugar and free wool provisions. As a result of today's conference, which is to be rosufhed later, it is be lieved that the president will not ob ject if senate leaders determine it is essential the tariff be split up into a number of single measures. President Wilson's decision to cisit the capltol was communicated to Sena \<>v Simmons and to the sergeant at arms of the senate early in the day. Senator Simmons was notified that the president would be in his room at the capitol at 3 o'clock and would like to ' resume there the conference with finance committee members, which be gan Monday morning at the White House. SIMPLICITY OF VISIT Extreme simplicity surrounded the president's arrival at and departure from the capitol. The senate was de serted and but few people witnessed the coming and going of the executive or realized the significance of the prece dent he had established in visiting the < apitol for legislative conferences. Discussion of the tariff in the house democratic caucus may continue through the rest of the week. The (hemical schedule was completed to day without the change of a letter, though numerous amendments were offered; and the consideration of sched ule B (earthen ware and glass ware) was begun. Tomorrow the house, meeting at noon, will adjourn in time to permit the caucus to be hesumed by 2 o'clock MO (RANGE M.IDE The bowling over of all amendments to the chemical schedule, the rounstf of Mr. Underwood and other leaders for parfy harmony with a view Un a united front on a single tariff revision bill, and the naming of necessary working committees —ways and means, rules, accounts, mileage and enrolled bills—featured today's session. Representative Rroussard of Louisi ana announced he was prepared to present, at the right time, a plea for adequate protection of sugar. Representative Metz of New York urged that the 10 per cent duty on Indigo be stricken out for the benefit of the textile industries whose manu factures wore affected by heavy cuts 1n textile revision. This was beaten, r,4 to 102. ran ( ASTOR Oil. Representative Web of Xorth Caro lina advocated free castor oil as the poor mans greatest medicine. Rep resentative Fowler of Illinois wanted linseed oil free and Representative Bartlett of Georgia wanted free phos pheric acid in the interest of cheap fertilizers. Representative L'Engle of Florida BuggPSt'Ml. ami announced he would suggestion with every Bchedul*. that there should be an in terna! lav fijual to the amount dutj MKWeil against factories of :i!l kinds that t-mploy foreign labor, children under !•> years of age or women, or that failed to pay a living to • nipioyes. This was passed over. It was explained to the caucus that the estimated revenue from the new bill, as computed by the ways and means committee, would be $267, --412,000, as compared with $304,591,000 under the present law for one year. That Is exclusive of the income ta.x. which, it is figured, would bring ap proximately $70,000,000. WILL STUDY FINANCES IN EUROPEAN NATIONS American CommliwriOH Organised Per; That Pnrpote Will Sail Thl« Month on Meety Day To«r Announcement Is made that an American commission organized for the purpose of studying tlie co-operative system of distribution ajxl finances in Kurope will sail on April 28. Repre sentatives from each agricultural and commercial ilistriot are invited. The tour will last 90 days, the ex penses for which will amount to $1,200. The cost must be paid by the delegate himself or the which he represents. (irangps and agricultural associa tions desiring to send delegates are requested to communicate with Repre sentative "William Kent at Washington. j>. ('.. and notify him if they desire to be represented. BRIEF CITY NEWS Vlrtlm of Plrkpoeket*^—Mis? R. Har ris, 272 Ms Jersey street, complained to the pelice that while she was shopping in the downtown district yesterday pickpockets stole her purse containing $24 and a watch. Hrtired Serareant Dead —Thomas Ma lioiify, h. retired sergeant of the police department, died at his home. 3835 Twenty-third street, Tuesday night, nfter a long siege of Illness. He was appointed a member of the department <>n April l.!. 1880. and was retired on a pension? November 9. ISHI. There will be a police escort for the funeral. Mumn! Demount rut ion—To stimulate interest Io perpetuating the Humboldt ]iish School Alumni association, offl • ers of that organization have sent out invitations to a demonstration to be held in the W. O. W. hall, 2140 Mar ket street, tonight at 8:30. The Hum boldt alumni association has been in existence five years. Extension lecture— The final lecture of the course of university extension lectures on "The Napoleonic Period in Kurope," l> v Professor H. Morse Stephens, under the auspices of the Mechanics' Institute, will be delivered this evening at 8 o'clock at Golden >'-nt(> Oommarwlery hall, 21.U Sutter etreet. *übje< t will be "The Hun «red Dayg, 1810; >Yat"-*u " Oakland Entertainers In Music and Humor Actor folk who ar* pleasing Oakland audiences this week- LAUGHS ARE EASY IN OAKLAND BILLS Attractions at Playhouses Tpnis Week Are Among the Best Offered OAKLAND, April f>.— Oakland, Or pheum lias one of the best laughing shows this week that it has offered for months. The chief comedy attraction is Sam Mann in his sketch, "The New Leader." Mann himself is an artist at comedy and the skit is one of the fun nifxt things in vaudeville. The laughs crowd thick and fast, making it a com plete success. Another fun making act is that of Harry IT. Richards and Bessie Kyle. who offer a little sketch depicting what happened when the wife followed her husband to his club. This piece ends with several clever songs. It takes well. A travesty on singers, but partic ularly on Melba and Caruso, is put on by Dave Lerner and Sam Bixley. and this also is a laugh producer. Other acts are: La Crandall, the girl on the wire; Fred Griffith, monologist; Mile. La Tosca and company, musicians; Bobby Barry and Amy Mortimer in "After the Race," and talking pictures. VKTKKAV FIGHTER WELCOMED The bill at Oakland Pantages is headed by John L. Sullivan, the grand old man of the ring. His appearance at each performance is the signal for loud and prolonged applause. John L» )« Si yiais old and has not been in the ring for many years, yet he still re mains a favorite with the followers of Low Rates East via ■ Round Trip KJ \X VUWI 11 Baltimore WM TX • /•• Boston 110.50 P3.C 1 I 1 d *! incfnnati keO •»• fc*'WJLAJLV' ] j,,ly 22, 2.T andtM only Colorado Springs 55.00 1 Dallas 62.50 Limited Trains. minor 55.00 Also FHst Kxpres* DuJiith NB.BO Trains With Tourist . (Jetty stars; 103.80 Sleeping Cars. 1 J«no ft 81 ami 11 only • m „ Houston 62.50 . fcxteilent. Kansas City 60.00 Dining Car Sorrice Memphis 70.00 on AH Trains. Minneapolis 75.70 Stonoter* Montreal 10&50 iKth rnSir * pw Orleans 70.00. and Returning. Philadelphia 108.50 Quebec 116.50 s\l 1: dates i Rochester ' 96.40 May J7, IS. J9, SO, 81. 2*. « Jul * '• 2 and 8 onlr 2», so. M. St. Louis 70.00 June 1. 2, X 4, 5. «, 10. 11, v* p a nl 75 70 IS, 11. Iβ, 17. IS, 21, 22. Z * i-'ili 23, 23. 2«, 27. 2S. Toronto ».».<0 •iult i, 2. 3, 4, r>. H, j>. io, ii, Washington 107.50 in. Ie, 17. 22, as. 34, 30, 3i. < Winona Lake 78.10 AUK!!-* J2,7.5. 9. 10. 13. ] Mhv * * «n.! "4 only 14, 20. 21, 22. 28, 27. 2*. ' .nfl AfW nileff >rpt. 2, 3, 4, i, 8, j», io. ii. * n " ®™er points. In addition to above, ticket* will be sold to Dallas May 6, 7, X and 9; to Washington May 6 and 7, and to Baltimore July 28 and 29. Final return limit three months from date of sale, bnt not later than October 31. 1913. • Southern Pacific SAN FRANCISCO: Flood Building Palace Hotel Terry Station Plioae Kearay 316« Third mid Townsend Streets Stetton Phone Kcnrny ISO OAKLAND: Thirteenth Street and Broadway Phone Oakland 162 • Sixteenth Street Station Phone Lakeside 1420 First Street Station Phone Oakland 7960 THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1913. the manly sport. His act consists of some humorous yarns and a recitation, hut the Pantages audiences are more interested in seeing the man himself than in seeing what he has to offer. There are many other acts on the week's bill which stamp it as above the average of vaudeville programs. Among them are: Provost and Brown, acrobats; MacSeamon and Fern Killian, the tailor made girls, in an act of fun; Nat Leffingwell and Louise Myers in the sketch, "A Night at the Lodge," and i Jules Held's musical comedy, "Ex ] amination Days." i "MERRY WIDOW" IX OAKLAND Levers of light opera are looking for ward eagerly to the presentation here lof "The Merry Widow." It will be seen at the Macdonough theater for four nights and a Wednesday matinee, beginning Sunday evening. The pro- I duction is under the direction of Henry W. Savage and will be one of the best I ever seen. New scenery and new cos i tunics have been provided and every thing done to insure a beautiful and I successful production. In the cast are: Mabel Wilber, Charles j Meakins, Oscar Figman, F. J. McCarty, PRINCE HUSBAND WAS OVER JEALOUS So Mrs. J. H. Humphrey, the Mother of Princess Ex plains Separation Continued From rater 1 has written to Senator George Per kins, and her attorney, Mr. Cardashian, has addressed a letter to Secretary of State Bryan. The communication to the department of state reads: LETTER TO BRYAN April 7. 1913. "To his excellency, the secretary of state, Washington, D. C, "Your excellency: I have the honor to bring to the notice of your excel lency the fact that according to a cer tificate of marriage now in my poses sion, I find that on the fifteenth day of April, 1911, Prince Ibrahim Hassan of Egypt, a cousin of Khedive, married Miss Ola Humphrey of California, a citizen of the United States, at the reg ister office in the District of Strand, 15 | Henrietta street, London, England. At the time of her marriage Miss Hum phrey was a leading actress on the British stage and had a minimum rev- j enue of $750 a week, which position she ] resigned at the request of her prince husband, at the time of her marriage. A few months following the solemn ization of the marriage the prince abandoned and deserted his wife In Paris without any reason or exlanation, leaving her in a foreign country un provided with the barest necessities of life, thus forcing her upon the mercy of her friends and acquaintances. KHEDIVES "WAS COHJDIAI, "Last June the princess went to London and there met the khedive sev eral times; also she met him in Paris. The khedive was very cordial to her. At the same time the prince was in Paris and promised the khedive that he would thereafter live with his wife and provide for her in a suitable fash ion. However, the very same day the khedive left for Vienna the prince also disappeared. Whereupon, the princess sent a telegram to the khedive in Vienna informing him of the situa tion, who sent his private secretary, Brewster Bey, to Paris to tell the princess that he, the khedive, on his return to Cairo, would take up the matter with his family for the purpose of bringing about a proper settlement of this matter. But on his return home the khedive did not do anything in the matter as he had promised he should do. "Thereupon I took the matter up last November with former Congress- l> ■■- X d)i|TTrn /~}Y iSBr /CDC /^NTI"O pEKeSIi Sonoma County HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT NATURAL HOT SULPHL'R WATER Swimming tank, 50 bath tubs. Hotel strictly modern- excellent service; rates reasonable; no Ktßginx. Send for Information and booklet to THEODOII RICHARDS, proprietor. Apia Call ente, Sonoma county. Cal.. or Peck-Judab, 687 Market St., San Francisco. When communtcstinjr with this resort please mention The San Francisco Call. ' BOYES HOT SPRINGS Round trip fare, $1.65. Swimminc tank 150 hT 75 feet. Send for booklet. BOYES DOT SPBINGS, Cal. When commnnlrntlne with this resort, please mention The San Francisco Call. WOODLEAF PARK B»rietly modern furnished housekeeping cot tages, winter bungalows. I/jts for sale. Livery stable, fine outfits, saddle horses and ponies. 8. E. BUTTON, Boyen. Cal. When cnmmnnlo»tln« with this resort, please mention The Ssn Framlm-o Call. MARK WEST SPRINGS Opens April 15. For reservations and informa tion address MRP. M. MULORKW. Santa Rosa, or PECK JUDAH CO.. 687 Market at.. 8. V. When communicating with this resort, please mention The Sati Francisco Cull. j - f Russian River MARK WEST SPRINGS Opene April 15. For reservations and informa tion address MRS. MULOREW, Santa Roea, or Peck-Judah Co., CB7 Market it., 8. F. When communicating with this resort, pleas* mention The San Francisco Call. FITCH MOUNTAIN TAVERN On Russian river. \V, miles from Healdsburjr. The enly hotel and summer resort In California raising ite own brook trmit for guests. $2.50 day, $12 week up. Phone gnb. 50. A. &I. EWIXG. Healdsbnrc. When communicating with this resort, please mention The San Francisco fell. Northern^CaL^ KLAMATH HOT SPRINGS EDSON BROS.. Props. A resort for pleasure and health, also Ideal for hunting; and fishing. Ik situated in Slakiyou co.. Cal., on highway to Klamath Fell* and Crater Lake. Good roads, garage, gasoline. Particulars writ* W. C. BBOWN. Manager. Beswlck, C*l. When communicating with this resort, please mention Tl'» Ban Francisco Call. A voyage on a sun-kissed *es. And Just what yon would hare !t be! $325-Grand Tour South Seas-$325 Hawaii, Samoa. Australia, New Zealand, Raro tooga. Tahiti—22 days at ports. Take thin trip on your vacation. It will make good your childhood dreams of Treasure Islands aud all the rest of it. $1 Ifl-HONOLULU Class 41M Hawaii and Waikikl Beach for a delightful trip of IS or Iβ days, it heats them ali fur nailm*. surf boating, sea bathing, swimming and ail •ports. Book sow and secure rood berths. Sailings April 22; May c. 20; June 3, 17; etc. Send for folder. Splendid steamers of ' 'SYDNEY BHQRT LINE." 873 Market at.. San Fr,anctsco. ' FULL INFORMATION and Folders of Above Resorts at THE CALL Information Bureau, Main Office, Call Building There Are 143 Ways to Become a Contest Loser And ONE Way to Become a Winner; Expe rience Points That Way! Here are some of the things that the experience of other Booklovers' Contests shows: 1. That nine-tenths of the prize winners use Answer Books. Which seems to show that the big prize winners are always those who submit many answers, for those who buy Answef Books do so because it is the cheap way to submit many answers. 2. That the one-tenth of winners who do not use Answer Books submit many replies, but probably at first they had no intention of buying an Answer Book, and so they loaded up on extra pictures and coupons. Then, as the contest progressed, they saw they would make many answers, but having invested some money in extra pictures, they did not desire to throw them away, so they bought more extra pictures. Many contestants actually do this—spending two or three times as much for extra pictures as the price of the Answer Book. 3. That the ranks of the "also rans" in every contest are full of con testants who raise a great wail to the effect that they would have won a big prize were it not for the fact that they "cut down the number of answers at the last moment." This seems to he a favorite diversion of a certain percentage of people in every contest. At the last moment the rush and nervous haste cloud their judgment and they get "rattled" and cut out many answers, in the hope of submitting only correct answers. What happens to them is a sad, sad story! ANSWERS TO QUERIES Mrs. A. J.. Turlock, will find her tenth starred title among those begin ning with the letter S. In picture No. 22 the arrow is dropping from the quiver. The black men in No. 19 do i>ot represent any particular race or tribe of men. No; it makes no difference if you have pasted pictures over some of the circles in the Answer Book. The circles arc there for your own guidance— simply to tell you the pictures which represent the 10 starred titles. Write both book title and author in the Answer Book. But you may shorten the author's name. No need to give a long success:on of flowery names—cut them short. Each picture represents a different title. No two pictures represent the same title. Tn picture No. 3 the babes are not necessarily supposed to be catching insects. .They are simply playing around. The correct answers will be published at the close of the contest. man Bennett, who during the absence of the secretary of state solicited the good offices of the first assistant of state in the premises. 'It happened that Mr. Peter A. Jay. American diplomatic agent and consul agent at Cairo was in this country at the time and that he was instructed by the department to approach the khe dive unofficially for the purpose of ef fecting a settlement. "In a letter received by Mr. Bennett, dated in February. 1913. Mr. Jay re ports that he approached the khedive, through an aide de camp; that the khedive was very sympathetic but he was powerless to bring about the de sired end. CEASED TO BE CITIZEN "If your excellency will please per- FETTERS' HOT SPRINGS Wonderful medicinal natural 1W sulphur snd soda wstnr. rrwaranteed for rheumatism, liver, kideey end stomach troubles: Fwlmmlug tank, tnh. plunge snd electric light baths; expert maa seurs: bathhonse 50 feet from hotel and cottages. Electric lights, carpets, hot and cold mlnersl water In every room; amusements: fin* table from otir own "dairy and farm. Buy ticket to Ague faliente station vl* N. W. P . until May 1. after that direct to Fetters , Spriers station. For booklet and rates address or phoc«- Fetters Hot Springs, Aqua (aliente. Sonoma coenty, C«i. When communlcjiting with thte resort, please mention The San Francisco Call. FITCH MOUNTAIN TAVERN On Russian river, l>4 miles from Healdsbnrg. The only hotel and summer resort in California ralslnir its own brook trout for guests. $2.60 per ! day. $12 per week ap. Phone Snb. 50. A. M. EWING, Healdsburg. When commiinicatlnK with this resort, please mention The Sen Francisco Call. BELLEVUE HOTEL Family summer resort. Bus to Boye» Springs daily. Rates $8 and $9 per week, children ac conline to are. Phone or address. O. C. BEN JAMIN, El Verano. Sonoma county, Cal. Whpn communicating with this resort, please mention The Snn Francisco Call. EL VERANO VILLA A country resort for families. Open year round. Uood fishing and hunting. Dancing I pavilion. Hot mineral baths. Rates $7 per week. For particulars writ* to Xl, VKRANO VILI.X. Xl Verano. Cal.. or I'ECK-JUDAH CO., 78» Market ML. S. b\ When communicating with this resort, please mention The San Francisco Call. North Shore Mt. Tamalpais Sanitarium The place for your vacation. Ideal location, beautiful environment, enchanting view. Good service. Ratea (10 per week. Only 40 cents round trip from the city. Address SANITARIUM. Mill Valley. Cal. When communicating with this resort, pleas* , mention The San Franeise* Call. Special rates to families. Make, reservations now. Cottages, Bathe. Tennis, Swimming, Outside Sleeping Porches. Train service every half hour. Open all the year. PASTORPS FAIRFAX P. O. Tastori Station. Phone San Rafael 8321. When communicating with this resort please mention Thf San Francisco Call. LAGUNITAS Casa Medrona now open for season. Finest board and accommodations, beautiful surroundings, tonic climate, masrnlflcent scenery. No tuberculars. Address MISS T. GREFE, Lagunltas. Marin Co., Cal.; box 1. When communicating with this resort please ■ mention The San Francisco Call. HOLLY OAKS A STRICTLY FIRST CLASS FAMILY HOTEL. BAUSALITO, CAL. | Mrs. X. J. de KesA, Prop. IHiorie Sausalito 8 When communicating with this resort, please mention The San Francisco Call. LARKSPUR VILLA HOTEL New management. Thoroughly renovated and refurnished. Strictly modern. Hot and cold water. Excellent table. Tworblocks from station. Boating, fishing, salt water bathing. Furnished , cottages, with or without board. Take Sausaiito ferry. Address O. PICHiiTTK. Larkspur; ph. ttll. When communicating with this resort, piease mention The San Franoisto Call. Mit, I will take liberty of adding that Mr. Jay seems to have had an exag gerated notion of the importance of the khedive and that the manner in which he has proceeded could not but serve to convince the khedive that this government did not care much as to how a citizen of the United States is treated by a member of the khedivial family. True, Miss Humphrey by mar rying the prince ceased to be a citizen of the United States; but it is a sound fact that it is an absolute physical im possibility for her to receive any re dress in Egypt, as the khedivial fam ily have absolute control over all agencies to which she would make ap plication for redress. "Permit me to add that even under the Mohammedan law a husband can Napa Valley NAPA SODA SPRINGS (Under same m«nagpmpnt.» This beautiful health nnil pleasure r«"*orf. T m!'« from Nap*. I.o<>o feet nbnvo sea lerel. iiiglil.v recommended !>jf physicians of S«n Francisco for stnmacb! llvpr and kidney trouble*; hot and cold mineral bathe, and a new swltn mln* tank. All «orts of amusements for everybody, and ooly 50 miles from San Francisco, Special round trip tickets by Mnnttcello S. S. Co.. $3. nnd by S. P. R. R. Co.. 18.50, including auto serriep to and fmm the Springs. For further particulars and booklet writ* to Fiege Sc llcmings, Nana Soda Rprlnjrs. Calif. The roads fmm Napn are in fine condition for euros. Come with the crowd and hare a good time. , Rates from $\0 to $l.<? including bathe. When commnnlcntlntr with this resort, please mention The San Frsncisco Call. j SEQUOIA Summer Resort l T ncler new management. R miles from Napa. Dally mail, sprinjr water, fresh dairy products, fine lakes, splendid table, new d.ioclnc pavilion, auto service. Rates $10 per week. Management Dr. Troppmann. Frank J. Gordon, Carl Tropp mann. P. O. bos 120, phone 14 F 11. Xapa, Cat. When communicating , with this resort, please mention The San Francl«co Call. ALTA LOMA On IIow«ll mountain. Milk, cream, fruit* and garden. $9 per week. Rates to families. Dally mail. For Uiofclet address l>. B. HAMPTON. St. Helena. Napa county. Cal. When communicating with this resort please mention The Kan Francisco Call. Howell Mountain—Wood worth , s On east side near the summit: fine climate, orchards, etc.: swimming: tunfc 32x71 feet: resi dence .".8 years: application* for accommodation solicited fur now; three or four tlayx for answer by mall. Woodworlb & Mnller, St. Helena, Cal. When communicating with this resort pleas* B)*irtlOfl Tb» Srin Francisco Call. jyionterey^Ca^ PARAISO HOT SPRINGS Only real winter resort adjacent to San Fran cisco. Natural hot baths far rheumatism and stomach. Round trip 16.35. including auto. B. U. alt GO WAN. Paralso. Monterey Cβ. Readers when communicating with this resort , will Blease mention Tha Ban Francisco Call. Southern Cal. HOTEL DEL CORONADO COROXADO BEACH, CALIFOHXI.I Special weekly rates. First class In every respect. Our own water distilling and purifying plant In sures good water. House swept and cleansed by the vacuum system. Most equable climate in the world. Golf, Tennis, '•Deep Sea and Bay Fishing. Bathing. Write or tele graph (our expense) for rates or rooms. Motor boats meet all pas sengers on arrival of Pacific Coast 8. S. Company's steamers and bring them direct to hotel. JOHN .1. HRRXAX, MGR., (OHO\AI)0, CAL. H. D. NORCROSS, General Agent 334 SOUTH SPRING STREET LOS ANGEI.i;*, CALIFORNIA When communicating with this resort, please mention The San Kranci«<o ('all. S. P. OFFERS TO SELL BACK KERN COUNTY LAND Condition That Government Withdraw Its Charges Is Declined NCW YORK, April 9. —On behalf of the Southern Pacific railroad today. Julius Kruttschnitt, chairman of the board of directors, offered to sell back to the government at the prevailing price for grazing: and agricultural lands 6,300 acres in Kern county, Cal.. of which the government alleges the railroad obtained possession through fraud. Mr. Kruttschnitt promised to ON his influence with the directors to this end on condition that the govern ment's charges against the officers of the company be publicly withdrawn. His offer was declined. Mr. Kruttschnitt was on the wit ness stand again today before the spe cial examiner for the federal eourr of California, in the government's suit to cancel the patent for this land granted to the railroad in 1904. The government contends that the land contains oil worth several million dollars. In reply to Mr. Kruttschnltt's pro position, William X. Mills, special at torney general, said: "The government will not withdraw the charges of fraud so far as tho* concern the men in the conspiracy in the securing of these lands." not divorce his wife or dismiss hie wife unless he pays to her the amount of money or turns over to her the object or subject mentioned in the antenup tial contract. In the absence of this contract he must make proper provision for her support and maintenance pon sistently with his financial and social statUF. The family of the priii'<• la rated as being very wealthy and th<> prince himself has an allowance of $jo. --000 a year from the government. "Miss Humphrey thinks , that a settle ment on a basis of $250,000 would b< reasonable, in which case she would be \ - ery happy to renounce the title, which has absolutely no attraction for her. "I have not a shadow of doubt in my mind that if your excellency would only express an interest in the subject to be communicated to the khedlve tlie desired end will be accomplished. With out this intervention. Miss Humphrey will remain helpless and humiliated as long as she lives." TO PREVENT THE GRIP LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine remove" the cause. There Is only one "BROMo <H' T \'l>'E." Jjook for signature of E. W. Grove. 25c.—Advt. /anta Cruz 1 Tn Santa Cru* Mts.. » miles from the Fine flgblnir. boat!njr. swimming, fennls. jr»lf. motoring. Rates. $2.50 up: special rates to fam ilies by tlie month. No stagtnf. trains met h» auto. Make reservations In advance. For bonk let and further Information address J. U. SHOLLTS, box C. Ben I.oinontl, Cal. m When commnnlcatlng with this resort, please mention The San Frawlsro Call. HOTEL BEN LOMOND I and HEALTH RESORT, Inc. i im. M. J. BATEB. PRES. Permanent and tret class rnanairetner,* B RenoTstod and fully equipped. v; The ideal plai-e fnr ploßsure. rest and C heellb. nmiNO SEASON OFBN. & Send fnr booklet fi- further I >.fi .i-tpn»;.>n || When communicating with thia resort, pleas* mention The San Francisco Call. STAFFORDS The R«-«ort of the Suta Crux Monatalns Address W. S. Stafford, Soquel. Santa Crux county. Cal. Information, Peck-Judah Co., «87 Market St., Sau Francisco. When communicating with this reswt please mention The San Francisco Call. Gilroy Hot Springs ■AMA CT,ARA COUNTY Alrays open. New cottaitps. Many other impruveiuents. W. .7. JJcPOSALO, Proprietor. When romraunicatlnjt with this resort. nlea«e mention The San PrMelsco Call. FASHION STABLES GILROY. CAl>.—Direct line tn Qtlroy Hot Springs- Ronnd trip $T,; new easy-riiiing car \A rlages; special rates for livery. First-class ▼ tnrn-onts; telejrrapU anfl phon* erdere prorantly attended to. Phone <Wl. SERPA * PIMENTEti. Props. HAPPY VALLEY RANCH IN BLACKBURN CtTI.CH, three miles from Santa Crni. Redwood jrrove; mountain stream; flshinfr. boatinp, ewimmlnß, danclnj, tennis, croqnet; frnlt, berries, vejretablee: f» week up. Information write or call PECK-JTfDAH. es7 Market street. San Francisco, or J. B. MATH EWS, proprietor, R. 1, B 60. Santa Crui. When commirnirattnf with this resort, please mention The San Francisco Call. HOTEL LYN D O TVT i,os <;atos iX RnttrelT remodeled and refurnished. Hot and cold water. Private batba. Telephone In every room. T»nt cottages. HERBERT 1.. KENT, Prep, and Mgr. When communicatinjf with thie retort, please mention the San Francisco Call. Lake County LAKE COUNTY AutomobileTransportatiofl Company Pas«enß*re carried ny ■utoirobilc a n<! st»g<»* from Pieta to Highland Springs. LaVeport. K'l seyrllle and Upper Lake. Fine mountain scen ery o»er this tin*. (Special ell-rail and auto round trip tickets San Francisco to Bartlett Springs and return, only JlB, Including trip across beautiful Clear Lake.) Extra auto cbarg« in addition to stage from Pleta to Highland .Springs, $1.50; to takeport, $1.50. Tickets ou sale at Northwestern Pacific Railroad Conapae.rA Ferry Building, San Frnnclsco. When communicating with this resort, please mention The San Kra>iH«eo fall.