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VOLUME 113.—N0. .157.
ENVOY TO TOKYO ARRIVES HERE ON THE TENYO MARU Says Mikado's Subjects Feel They Have Made Sacri fices to Retain Our Friendship ■■' ..... " * --'.'-. ■-..■-..'■■ i ,;-■.'■■' ■« --'.'"* -. Y 'LAND LAW LIKELY TO END FAIR DISPLAY' '' y ; With Wife and Family-Will Proceed for South American Post " ' ',- - . - ■--:■ ~.-.;■ ■ . ■ y '. - ■ - ---■■/- - ' ' :■' • ~' - - -. ~ . . I ... X ■' ».-'■• •■■' ... - V ■ " -■ The most diplomatic diplomat who has crossed the Pacific for many days is Alfredo IrarrazayaJ, who arrived here yesterday on the - Tenyo Maru. He was accompanied by his wife and five chil dren, and when one of the children fell I sick with something that the other passengers with children were afraid might be Infectious it required all his diplomacy to allay their alarm. -He not only did it. but satisfied them that j he was the nicest man- and had the I best behaved family that ever went to sea. .■.-■■•■■■' " ■ '"* ".~".' Don Alfredo was minister plenipoten *■>* and ambassador extraordinary from Chile, to Tokyo. He is now on his way, in the same capacity, to Brazil, hut will leave his family at Santiago de Chile before going to Rio de Janeiro, where his new post is located. The Chilean 7 diplomat,, having left Japan, was willing, in a diplomatic way, to discuss the situation in Japan la regard to the alien land legislation. He says that the Japanese feel that they have made many sacrifices to re tain the friendship of the United States; that they point to the action of the Japanese government in stopping cooly emigration to America as an evi dence of their willingness to meet Uncle Sam more than halfway, and they ? are greatly disturbed at this time. -It would not surprise him, he said, if, In the event of an objectionable bill be coming law, the Japanese should refuse to participate in the Panama-Pacific ex position. The possibility of war over the matter he would not discuss. LOVE IN BUSINESS HAS A BAD ENDING Mrs. Clinton C. Blossom Sues for Divorce From Traveling Salesman Love and business, unlike oil and water/ mixed In the matrimonial dere lictions of Clinton C. Blossom, travel ing salesman for . the Harris /Offset press company of ICiles, Ohio, according to - the complaint 7 for * divorce filed by Mrs. Marion G. Blossom yesterday. Mr?. J Blossom to support her charges, quotes , letters which she claims to have found! in her husband's pockets, written ■?* to htm by "Irene McDonald," on letter headings of the Pacific Manifold Book company of Oakland. •..' '.-■.' "Dearest Clinton." begins one of the missives, which has alternate para- graphs devoted to a business deal and I to expressions of affection, "if ?I? only had you hereto get a good bear hug." X;■ Another to "Dear Chris," expressing satisfaction that he was ."speeding up" and signed: with; the initials "S. TV.* A. K." and the query, "Have I. got you guessing?'* Experts %-ho read the complaint declared: yesterday V that S. "W. A. K. means "sealed with a kiss." The letters are alleged to have been addressed to the defendant to the Elks' club in Los Angeles, to Chicago and 7to San Francisco. One of them expressed the regret of the writer for; delay be cause, "that ; pest of an Albrecht is here. He is like a sticking plaster. You? know it!" . . .;".".'. "Mrs. Blossom recites that she mar ried in Chicago, January 6. 1904. She asks a i running scale of alimony, re questing $100 •&-, month ? pending -litiga tion, $80 a month during the illness of "their* son, Clinton, $40 a month until the plaintiff shall again marry and 520 thereafter for the support of the boy until he becomes of age. ? Attorney H. F. Briggs appears on behalf of the wife. ' •*■ -.*■•, *- -: These were granted interlocutory de crees of divorce: y *".*'"- By | Judge Van Nostra nd— 7 T. V from Leona A. Esterly. desertion;' Marie -W. from Lee? P. ":- Marsh, cruelty. ■ ' Complaints filed: ? Pedro T. against; Loiise Cayago. cruelty; The reof | against - Hans Glessler, cruelty; -,: Matilda against Charles V. Gober, neglect; * Slgne against Herbert -O. * 51."". Jones, neglect; :• Edna V against I Robert Wells, cruelty;; Roa'e : against Pellegriao Pellegrini, cruelty; John ¥. against, Pauline P. Brenna. annulment, nonage;? Bertha against John 11. Watkins. cruelty; Berlin; against Helen P. Church, cruelty; <Annie. L. against Robert L. Jones, neglect. -' A ..- y- ..'-,;■-■ ■ '- -y WHITE SLAVERY SENTENCE Higher Court Upholds:. Finding In Carter Thompson's Case Carter Thompson, convicted of whits slavery and sentenced to one year on one count and six months on a? second count of the indictment to McNeil peni tentiary,? was correctly "X sentencedY by Judge William C. Van Fleet, according to a 'decision handed i down yesterday by the United States circuit court of appeals. Counsel for Thompson ap pealed from the sentencing- of the lower court, claiming 7that the six months' sentence could not be served In a peni tentiary because 7 all ?. federal sentences of less than a year are served in county, .tails. The higher -court held 7 that 7the' two sentences were the ■ same as one sentence of IS months. JUVENILE COURT RIGHTS - . .. ■- -y..,y- Ma.v Deal •* ilh a Minor VUillaj !• ;.-:-'• --,-■. .-■'-'■ - "■■ - '• .'."'-■ 7 ' - - - i lie Slate That; the Juvenile court of California I ha? a right to deal with a minor visit ing in the state was decided'in the case of Mabel llenn, 10 years old. whose • nts live in Montana,? yesterday in the United States circuit court of ap peals. '.The action .was brought by Mrs 3. ; Mabel Jlenn in the form of a hah* < oip.i v petition against children's a*sency,andKatherihe Felton,* president of the agency,'asking that her 'daughter „ bo delivered to her. The petition w-.ih denjfd My.«. Hcnn In the United States district* court, and this decision i\u< affirmed by the higher court. CHILEAN IS REAL DIPLOMAT Will Japan Fight Us? He Won't Say Don Alfredo Ararrazaval of the Chilean diplomatic corps, his- wife and family JUDGE BEAN OF PORTLAND WILL HEAR FULL CASES . Judge Van Fleet, Disquali fied, Sets Date of Trial of Officials June 24 The trial of the directors and officials of the 'Western Fuel company was set for : June, 24 yesterday by * Judge Wil liam V. Van: Fleet in the United States district court. The trial will be con ducted before. Judge Robert S. Bean? of Portland, as Judge Van Fleet 7 declined to act on account of his personal rela tionship to J a number of 7 the defendants. The date for setting the trial of Mary I. Y-Diggs and F. * Drew . Caminettl, charged - with violating . the white slave traffic,' and Charles B. Harris, an attor ney of j Sacramento.*? accused' of j suborn ing X perjury in * the 7 Diggs-Caminetti prosecution,?* -was i continued two weeks at = the request of counsel for the de- '■:*• J. ,C. Wilson * and B. A. Wilbrahd or the brokerage firm ? of? J. C. Wilson & Co. and Peter P. Burke, a clerk for merly in the employ of * the firm, who •were-indicted ? in« relation to the 7 short age of $201,000 of Charles F. Baker, former assistant cashier of the Crocker National bank, 7 were to * have - had i the date of 7 their trial j set. but a contin uance* was granted at the?request of their attorney. -,:•'- V y FAIR BUILDINGS WORK IS PUSHED Marked progress in preparation 7 for the * Panama-Pacific '-. international ex position is being made daily. The gar deners have lost no time in laying the foundation for an "exposition beauti ful" in so. far as. their art is concerned. Eucalyptus and cypress .trees'havp been : planted;; in the - grounds j surround ing the service .building, and lawns fronting the : building have been laid out.' .-..? -' - ' ' a;. ':"}-:'■- '->.; The 'floor of the palace: of education is being laid I and the pile driving yt or the ■. first i agricultural palace? is com pleted. ? -The last pile will y be-driven this week for the? palace of; : transpor tation. - A Within a month there * will be -three palaces- in7full; course of.: construction, racing with machinery hall, the north-' crn half rof; which Is"? now roofed in. There are now. about 2,500 'men \ em ployed on the exhibit section Yof;** the fair alone. ", In the concessions 7section :* a large area-has I been 5 * fenced -in . and : - excava tions begun for the grand«canyon* of Arizona and la model Pueblo Indian village, ;■: two Xot'f. the 7 most 7 attractive concessions of the fair, costing more than? $250,000 to produce. V " yy yyyAX.y B-H frt Comfort—Speed— g= £=£ UO L*M safety — Unsur- |= If Vnct Comfort— 1| U9E.aH safety — Unsur- E fjjg passed. Scenic __ r3 uMPTir Beauties in the ■=_ |3 nLfl Feather River Can- B= h=| WIV" yon anc * Royal BE g|| nAI - Gorge—l% grade g| z=K —2000 feet lower 5 g=w altitude than -any, B| ' WES other line across El E the Sierras. E ||=8 "N'rt Through electric B= i£ i '" lighted standard KE ■alllf Extra an< **" tour ' st sleeping |r 5=9 _ „ czrs DAILY, via rE S3f Tare Salt Lake City and BE Bp» "■' Denver, to Omaha, E ~ Kansas City, St. E ' iPlf Louis and ""Chicago E |Efi. —Superior. Dining E jEg i/i; * Car Service — Ob- E liS «ervation Cars — 5 Kg Steel Equipment. = HTwa Daily Trains Each Way | ||| TICKET OFFICES | Ig 665 MARKET STREET 1 »EM - Phone Sutter 1651 ~ Pi 1326 BROADWAY, OAKLAND E ff§B Phone Oakland 132 E ! HAS ANYBODY SEEN CAPYBARA? ! ■ | It's "Lost,yStrayed or Stolen" With Monkey Baboon and Two Porcupines . If you are walking along the.street today and see a capybara, "otherwise known as a disypus? sexcenitu«, you will *:. confer a favor upon Detectives Lemon and Morris by notifying them. The capybara,which7 probably is loose in 7 the streets of ; San Francisco,? is ..re lated in some way to the ormithoryn-- paradoxus. * .. -.. * . ■*. * ."■"A. J. Douglas, a showman, 214 "Sixth street, reported yesterday .'that the capybara 7 was missing.-■•, - The basement in .?. which his aniamls ?were 1 - stored was broken 7 Into 7and; a? monkey, : ; an African porcupine, 7an 'Alaskan V porcupine,*} "a baboon? and j the? capybara-stolen. 7 ?f Mr.7 Douglas • says ; a*capybaraiis'n6th£ ing more than] a little. water hog'which hails7from Central America and " : . Is? a member of the rodent family. V The r hookworm has : turned at''last.' He i lives 'in ) Baltimore and he £ wants-• a divorce % because V his fingers 7 are ~, worn out from * fastening * his. wife's ; , ! gowns. Philadelphia Times. ,:,:..*,' ' (Copyright .ppn;d for) - BUDGET OF STORE NEWS I POTTER HOTEL Grant Aye. at Geary Street .San Francisco • ■'.'•■ Phone Sutter 3600 ;. ■ ■ ' " '" /■-■■■■ y •' ' ■ "' .. _ Waists and Shirts T T Ctlutu CLl'lvl IO $2.45 each --' : w%-' : - : •■'-''■'■■m-''' ■ 'j6a.'"^'" :: ''^6' :^x: '-'- : ' ; v ; -- : '-^^ ; - , ' > '?_fc.'''^'----w : '^i' ;;: | Formerly $5.50 and $5.95 ' * W V ****** *pvwwr Waists are of Bulgarian printed Messahne of an excellent quality. | Shirts are of nice quality Wash Silk. High or Low V neck; long or short sleeves ■* : .-*. ?•/?>. .. y-T-Magnin Main Building, First Floor. ■ NOTE: Half a dozen of these Waists and little Silk Shirts, together with a "Magnin Special" : I yy. $25 Serge or Shepherd's Check Suit, would form a fine outfit for a business woman. I — Magnin Main Building, Second Floor. Misses' and Juniors' Headquarters -•-•.; at announce i *t n •i nr i n •- -w\ i • y'-rnfl "• _*»*_.■* j A New Special Wool Suit, Bulgarian Type, $25 The little Coat-Blouse has its garniture of Faille Silk used as a sash • i •. j i t, ii - r i : ./*" '.'•-»<?.■"*r^Yy'-^ | and plaited belt; collar of white ratine inlaid. Across the shoulders m . £■_»»-1 I • 1 . I_.J 1_ 'I*** 1 •_. Tl ■•..! 1• . - -•_%»!» the back is a yoke simulated by a deep plait. The little skirt is gracefully j draped. There is no smarter suit for Misses and Small Women than this. | A full line of Woolen ; Suits for Misses, Juniors and Small Women, $16.50, $18.00 and upward—in every seasonable fabric. j} — Magnin Annex, Second Floor. \ Magnin's Hosiery Department Famous Brand of Silk Hosiery which they will feature at $1,00 per pair. Ingrain dyed— not dipped. | Several other special features. 24 shades. I i Come, examine them, and compare them with all other $1.00 Silk Hosiery* I ' -MMmr'* #ia_k''' *-' ■ ■ *_fi_ww'i-ti - • a' • THE^CAII CIRCUIT COURT UPHOLDS WATER RATE DECISION Judge Van Fleet's Ruling in Spring Valley Case Is Affirmed !?■ The United States circuit y court of ; appeals decided yesterday that the United States district court had juris diction ; in the trial of the suit of the I Spring Valley Water company against the city and county of San Francisco J in fixing water rates. • j Supervisor D.'C. Murphy, in a petition filed in the case last claimed Cue federal?court? did not? have jurisdiction and contelided the trial of the cases • ■■ >.-. ..-■ .- i- ■,". -' „- ■-'..-' ■-..::.-.-.. .< •- ■■■: ...-■-. .'■-:-■ should fall to the stale courts. - ......y. ~. . ,a ... %+ . i - - - . -. . --. The petition was denied by Judge --- - ■ -yy- " ... • ■-■■ «, -. -■-..: ,-. William C. Van Fleet and an appeal was taken by the supervisor. Judge Van Fleet's ruling was affirmed. The decision was reached on the au thority of the decision of the United States supreme court in the case of the Home Telephone ;: and .; Telegraph ."com-? pany against'the city f of Los Angeles. GILBERT HEADS LOZIER COMPANY Former President of United States Tire Corporation in New Role Announcement in Change of Executives of Detroit Factory a Surprise LEON J. PINKSON An announcement of unusual inter est in every branch of th*- automobile • industry was made public in this city yesterday when it. was reported that f Joseph M. Gilbert had become the pres ident and general manager of the it'Bozleaiiotor company of Detroit. Mr. j Gilbert, in taking his new position, re ■ - ■ . • ■■. signed from the general management ! : ■ -- ■■ - . - ... jof the United States Tire company, i which post he has held since he suc cessfully merged the Hartford 7 Rubber Works company, - Morgan . & Wright. The G. & J. Tire; company and the I Continental company into one power ! ful corporation. , The eel on of /Mr.7? Gilbert Jas A. head lof the.Lozicr company was made at I a recent meeting in Detroit and 5 he will i succeed Harry M. Jewett of Detroit, '• who for* some; months was executive and who will hereafter devote himself chiefly in the interests of the Paige Motor .Car company ?of. Detroit, of which concern? he is president and i one of the' principal stock holders. At the same ■ meetingTHarryiAY.Uozier. was elected? vice president; Fred Gies. seretary and assistant treasurer, * and W. ? P.. Feltes,? treasurer. Mr. Feltes. [was associated V with V the Morgan & Wright people for the last 20 years and when :7the?; concern was absorbed by the United I States Tire : company he ,became treasurer of the big T corpora tion. His retiring from the tire Indus try Y ; to enter the * automobile building business is as big a surprise as that of Gilbert assuming the helm of the : Lozier company...' YY Paul Smith, who became ; sales man ager^ of the company, will :not7 be af fected Yby the 7 change in management arid 7he V will -continueyto carry on the aggressive J work In upbuilding the Uozier selling force"that he has already started. J. G. Perrin remains as engi neer of ; thel company Works .-.Man-7 ager Pollard [also; remains. 77 The" output of the company is to be increased. Burge V With' '•' Local *-. loonier Branch— John TBurge,* one? of • the best \ known I men in ; the 7 localr automobile % industry and who has been most successful lin s han dling the': bet J grade'cars in | this part of S the country, has been** named as a member >of the X sales organization of the 'local Lozier branch. .-'Burge's knowledge of the sales end 7of the in-, dustry and 7 his popularity in $ this sec? tion should make him a valuable addi tion to the company's force. # -Jf vf Auburn Headquarters! Again on "Old Row" —Roy YScott,;manager ■of ? the Au burn Sales company, * northern Calif or-* nia distributers 7? of y the Auburn cars, has f established new quarters* for s the firm Jin Golden ll Gate* avenue? below Lar-; kin * street. The new Auburn home is in the building recently vacated by the Marion branch and the t place has been attractively altered so as to J make elab orate showrooms and offices. "The re turn of the Auburn.car to-* the "old row" caused 7much favorable comment yes terday. ■* ■* -* Tunnel Work Will Alter Traffic Route —The officials 7of the California ~- • - - - - * State Automobile association are send ing out Snotices:' to « all -tire- members?;of- Ith organization _%t&s* the effect that') work on the Stockton street tunnel will begin on May 15 and that the police are diverting automobile traffic from Bush street between Mason and Grant * ave nue and on Stockton street between Sutter and Pine, as these thorough fares % are :to be closed for some time. The association 7 also notifies its mem bers to cease speeding over the new Mission street viaduct. *• Several com Reduced Prices and Terms fv-wU anil 1-vi lii^ on PLAYER PIANOS As we arc concentrating our line of Player Pianos, ye ' -offer our present stock of latest model 88 note instru ments at these exceptional prices and at terms as low. as $10 Down and $10 a Month Laffarpe Player Pianos, regularly $450. ... Special $365 Colby Ce'cilian" Player- Pianos, regularly $475 Special. $390 Knrtzmann Auto=Players, regularly. $700 • ... Special $560 Ceci'ian Player Pianos, regularly $675 ...... Special $545 ; VAnto-Plajeß,--. regularly $775 .... : Special $585 Farrand CeciSians, regularly $775. ........ Special $625 ,' Sohrner,Cecfiair, regularly $950........ Special $615 Sherman Clay & Co. Ceciliaas, regularly $ 1 ,000 Special $700 A. B. Chase Player Pianos, regularly $875. . . Special $697 ,: Kingsbury Inner Players, regularly $675.. . .Special $525 These special prices also include $25 of new Player Music of your own selection —a player Bench— Piano Stool and Scarf. . - Every Instrument Carries Our Guarantee Sherman Ray & Ca STEIN WA V AND OTHER PIANOS . . PLATER PI ANf»S OF ALL GRADES ;.'' y. X- ? VICTOR TALKING MACHINES, SHEET .* MUSIC AND,MUSICAL* MERCHANDISES * Kearny and Sutter Streets, San Francisco Fourteenth and Clay Streets,' Oakland. ' ' * • ' »--••*.. . ' • ..•--. - • -*•-'«■-* -■■■■■-.-.-.- - '-__y __—_J_- ; DBBfINHi _■__■ Jgg^^gM-B-_Hi-a----g-M-B---^-B-^-^-M-a-W-^WW^^g^^g^""**"^^ > ' la^^M **M I \*sP DRINK "%*%*- I ■ . UriiniTV »-■. I *'• I •-■■■ ■ - BBS * fli * "*/ JHh ' 6-S'■ _B_S 4■ ; - - v' V '-- * ■::. H ' Ri' ' _■ * ' B V ■ .7 |HHBHBIjB(KMB_B-BBM-iM-88388 ..- __\ '' ■___?" *'. J; _B E-K-W M'«?____H__F'^ L » , H_! 19 - ,__ms ■ ■. / -HHb So6__f ___' 'y. 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Aa np to date, modern, fire, proof hotel of 250 rooms, tak la X ' the place of the old Occi dents! Hotel and Lick House European Plan; SLSOI per day and* us T*ka any ; tasleab at tha ferry at tha • _ ___t>emie_of the hotel. , THE CALL'S HOTEL AND RESORT Rnniin furnisher folders and full Informal gardlng this hotel, Flrat floor- Call building Granada Hotel Sutter at Hyde Street. ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. - A hotel , that will appeal * to * those "seek ' ' ing a refined atmosphere. Special rate* by the f .month. Cuisine unsurM*,!* Write for Booklet. """passed. .<%.. B. CrMMIXGS, Manner. * '—— itias Ker. THE CALLS HOTEL AND RESORT tttraaan furnishes folders and full Information ™7* ZAh g !!!!!.- " 3 hot '"- nm floor - fadidmr r*w-—»..»..........,.,,. .— _ . _ . fc*r ——«-•———»—..,..„ ~,,.,,0 | Oakland Office of t j The San Francisco Call I j 1540 Broadway j 1 Tel. .-Snaset 7 Oakland '"' m«i'Y-\*"*i "" tm * I •