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National Government EXECUTIVE President William IX. Taft Vice President James S. Sherman JUDICIARY U. 8. SUPREME COUUT JUSTICES (Chlof Justice Fuller) Flrat circuit Oliver W. Holms Second circuit.... Rufus W. Peckham Third circuit Henory W. Brown Fourth circuit Melville W. Fuller Fifth circuit Edward w. White Sixth circuit JohnM. Harlan Seventh circuit William R Day Eight circuit David J. Brewer Ninth circuit Joseph McKonna NINTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT (Pacific States and Territories) Circuit judge..... William W. Morrow Circuit judge Eaklre M. Ros Circuit judge William B. Gilbert U. S. Commissioner for Amador coun ty .Richard Webb LEGISLATIVE SENATORS FROM CALIFORNIA George C. Perkins and Frank P. Flint CONGRESSMEN FROM CALIFORNIA* First district Wm. Englebrlght Second district... Duncan E. McKinlay Third distract.... Joseph K. Knowland Fourth district Julius Kuhn Fifth district E. A. Hayes Sixth district James C. Need ham Seventh district James McLachlan Eighth district S. C. Smith State Government. EXECUTIVE • -•■■■:■;■■,- v-'Cv:,--- 1 <-:■•:>•■■■-■- ■■'■■■■■ Governor James N. Gillutt Lieut-Governor Warren R. Porter Secretary ot State. . . .Charles F. Curry Controller A. B. Nye Treasurer Wm. R. Williams Attorney-General... Ulysses S. Webb Surveyor-General.. Wm. S. Kingsbury Supt. State Printiug..W. W. Shannon Clerk Supreme Court.. .F. L. Caughey JUDICARY ' • SUPREME COURT Chief Justice Wm. H. Beaty Associate Justice... T. B. McFarland Associate Justice F. W. Henshaw Associate Justice W. G. Lorigan Associate Justice F. M. Angellotti "Assoctate Justice Luclan Shaw Associate Justice M C. Sloss APPELLATE JUSTICES First district... ......James A. Cooper .First district ....Samuel P. Hall First district... ...Frank H. Kerrigan Second district Matthew T. Alfen Second district. . . . , .James W. Taggart Second district. Victor E. Shaw Third district...... Norton P. Chipnmn Tbi.id district Albert G. Burnett Third district Elijah C. Hart BOARD OF EQUALIZATION First district Joseph H Scott Second district Alex Brown Third district Richard E. Collins Fourth district Jeff D. McElvalne RAILROAD COMMISSION First district Alex C. Irwin' Second district Andrew M. Wilson Third district.. Theodore Summerland LEGISLATIVE Senator, 10th district A. Camiuetti Asbemblyman. 11th dlst. .G. F. Suydur U. S. LAND OFFICE [Sacramento] Register ..John F. Armstrong Receiver John C. lug County Government. 'Superior Judge... Hon. Fred V. Wood Sheriff & Tax Collector. ..US Gregor Deputy W. T. Connors District Attorney.. . C. P. Vlclnl Clerk and Auditor.. '....J. R. Huberty Deputy L. Newman Recorder Thos. M. Ryan Deputy L. G. Meehan Treasurer George A. Grltton Assessor C. E . ' Jarvls Deputy George A. Gordon Surveror Wm. Brown Supt. of SchcU W. H. Greenhalgu Supt. Hospital D. J. Burke Physician E. E. Endlcott, M. D. Coroner & Public Admr. .H. E. Potter Court Commissioner. . . .Geo A Gordon BOARD OK SUPERVISORS Township 1.... J0hn Stromu, Jackson Township 2 B. H. Bagley, lone Township a L. 11. Cook Volcano Township 4D. A. Fraser Sutter Creek TownshlpS L. Burke, Plymouth [Chairman! JUSTICES OF THIS PEACE Township No. 1 Township No. 2 T. 11. Gartllu Township No. 3 A. W. Robloton Township No. 4. W. L. Rose Township No. 5 John Blower CONSTABLES Township No A. Laverone Towoablp No. 2 J. K. Kelley Township No. S T. C. MeKeoze Township No. 4 T. 8. Tuttle Township N».6 E. N Wheeler Tho Kind Tou Ilavo Always Bought, and which has boon la uso for over 30 years, has borao tho signature of — and has been mado under hla pcr- j£j&¥tf-f-i?~ A r Bonal supervision slnco Its lnftincy. +-*tac7% S-cMcAtA/i. Allow no ono to docoivo you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and" Just-as-good" arc- but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children— Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fovcrishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic* It relieves Toothing Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* The Children's Panacea— Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS j) Bears the Signature of _ The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. THI eiNT*UH COMPANY, TT MUIMftV •TKCtT. HIW VOHH CfTV. FROM OUR EXCHANGES Items of Interest from Towns Surrounding The Mountain Democrat has this item of Miss Norma Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs Web Smith of the Ken nedy mine : Miss JNurma Smith, the young vocalist, who won such high praise for her solo work at the McNeil club concert in Sacramento last week, is a niece of Mrs G. A. Richardson of this city. Miss Smith has a bird-like soprano voice beautiful in quality, and -sings with rare taste and finish In her two years of study with Homer Henley in Sacramento she has brought to her work an earnestness that is al ready fruitful ,in results. Some of Miss Smith's . admirers in PlacerviUe are hopeful that she may be heard here sometime. Cullen James, who will be remem bered by many in Placurville where he spent his boyhood days, passed away at Stockton, last week, Tuesday, from paresis. He was a native of Dry town, Amador county, and was 57 years o.t age. He leaves two sisters, Mrs Adelina Combellack of this city, and Mrs Amelia Carlson of Elmhurst. and a brother, Willis James, of Wheatland. Mrs Combellack, who was with her sister at Elmhurst. and her son, George of Sacramento, accom panied the remains to this city on Monday, and on Tuesday interment was made in Union cemetery beside the parents, of the deceased. — Demo crat. Thomas N. Jones of Groveland was acquitted on first ballot Tuesday for shooting Jack Welsh on. his ranch on October 19th last. *The jury were out only ten minutes. Jones was held on a charge of manslaughter by the jes tiee court in the preliminary examina tion. He was defended by attorney F. P. Otis. There were no witnesses to the shooting. The testimony of Jones, the defendant, was to the effect that he was c"allcd out of the house by Welsh and that as soon as they got out on the back porch, he was attacked by Welsh who being a strong, heavy man, used his fists with telling effect. Jones kept backing until he had gone about twenty feet when he drew his revolver. At this point Welsh gave him a heavy blow in the stomach knocking him to the ground, when Jones fired. The bullet wound. in Welsh's body sustains Jones inasmuch as it shows that the bullet ranged up ward to a considerable degree. — Tuolumne Independent. On Wednesday three shifts of four men each drilled, blasted and hoisted 67 tons of rock and also broke seven feet of ground at the Lightner mine. Jn conversation last Saturday, R. C Shaw president of the company, stated that he was greatly pleased with the work now under way on that property. At the present rate it is confidently expected to have 40 stamps of the mill in operation by the first of February and the full 60 stamps dropping by the first of Aj ri!. He alto (aid that the work of sinking would be carried on steadily until a depth of 2000 feet was reached. The officers of the jcompany are all practical mining engineers and heavily interested in large properties in this anc other countieß.— Angela Record. Saves an lowa Man's Life. The very grave seemed to yawn be fore Robert Madsen, of West Burling ton, lowa, when, after seven weeks in the hospital, four of the best physicians gave me up. Then was shown the mar velous curative power of Electric Bit ters. For, after eight months of fright ful suffering from liver trouble and yellow jaundice, getting no help from other remedies or doctors, five bottles of this matchless medicine completely cured him. Its positively guaranteed for stomach, liver or kidney troubles and never disappoints. Only 50 cents at Soagnoli's drug store. GUT OUT COUPON And Send to Us EDISON Phonograph or __ WM -JffilL-MPIWIIWI _o*"l'\*_ Talking Machine Sent to You on Free Trial. Send Coupon for Particulars Please send me free trial offer on Phonographs and catalogs of records. Nam Addre55.................. ''''.'.'.'.'."'.'. A. J. Pommer Co. ■ Coast Distributors, 827 J Street, SACRAMENTO, Cal. Established since 1883 Nearing Completion Our New Seven Story fireproof Class A lfcink and Olliw building on the corner of J and Eighth Streets la uearlng completion. When finished there will be no better building In the State ot California and the equipment will be second to none. People's Savings Bank Of BACRAMENTO, CAL. Send for our Booklet, "BANKING BY MAIL" EXPOSITION PLANS IN STRONG HANDS San Francisco Proud of Men Directing Its Big Enterprise San Francisco's organization for the conduct of the Panama-Pacific Interna tional Exposition may be regarded as one of the most remarkable products of that remarkable city. For several years political conditions in the com munity, through some unfortunate se ries of coincidences, have been open to criticism. A year ago the average Cnllforninn of Sisklyou or San Diego might have protested the city's right to hold a great world's fair. But at the proper time, when there was made evident the need of big men for a big undertaking, there emerged from their places of habitual retreat thirty of the foremost citizenß of Cali fornia, ready and willing to assume the burden of detail and the heavy re sponsibilities) that the situation im posed. Politics, opposing business in terests, private antagonisms and feuds n generation old were laid aside and forgotten when there was presented the opportunity to accomplish a gigan tic result. In the selection of the board of di rectors the San Francisco Exposition Is more fortunate than many another daufornia* institution organized for pecuniary profit. Practically every branch of business is represented, nor was there neglected the interests of education and morality. One of the best advertisements that San Fran cisco has turned loose in many a day Is the roster of the board of directors of the Panama-Pacific Exposition. The thirty members of the board, with a list of their offices and ac tivities, is as follows: HOMER 8. KlNG— President Pana ma-Pacific International Exposition Company, Former President Bank of California, Former President Wells- Fargo Nevada National Bank, Director Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Co., Di rector Southern Pacific Railroad Co., Director Spring Valley Water Co. I RUDOLPH J. TAU SSl G— Secretary Panama-Pacific International Exposi tion Company, Regent University of California, President Mechanics' Insti tute, President Academy Pacific Coast History, Chairman Executive Commit tee California School Mechanical Arts, Chairman Wilmerdlng School Commit tee. .i JOHN BARNESON — President Barneßon-Hlbberd Company, President .Macondray & Company, Director Chamber of Commerce. „W. B. BOURN— President Spring Valley Water Company, President Em pire Mines and Investment Company. JOHN A. BRITTON— Regent Uni- yersity of California, President Cali fornia Gas & Electric Co., President San Francisco Gas & Electric Co., Vice President Pacific Gas & Electric Co. M. J. BRANDENSTEIN— Former Di rector Chamber of Commerce, M. J. Brandenstein Company, Importers. FRANK L. BROWN— Member of Ex ecutive Committee California Develop ment Board, One of the original Com mittee of the Panama-Pacific Interna tional Exposition, President Brown Walker Simmons CO., President Pa cific Telephone Equipment Co., Presi dent Palmer Oil Company. P. T. CLAY — Former Director Down Town Association, Vice President Sherman Clay & Co. WM. H. CROCKER — Regent Uni versity of California, President Bishop Armitage Orphanage, Member Episco pal Church Corporation, Director Ma ria Kip Orphanage, Director St. Luko's Hospital, President Old People's Home, Director Children's Hospital & Train ing School for Nurses, President Cali fornia Academy of Sciences, President Scottish Rite Temple Ass'n., Director Young Men's Christian Ass'n., Presi dent Crocker National Bank, President Crocker Huffman Land & Water Co % President Crocker Realty Co., Director First National Bank of Berkeley, Di rector Humboldt County Bank, Vice President Humboldt Savings Bank, Di rector Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., Director Pacific Improvement Co., Di rector Pacific Surety Co., Director Pa clfic Telephone & Telegraph Co., Di rector Palace Hotel Co., Vice Presl dent Sierra Railway Co., Director Yo semlte Railroad Co., President Crocker Estate Company. J. H. CROTHER3 — Former Manager Bulletin, President Country Life "Pub lishing Co. ANDREW M. DAVlS— Former Presi dent Merchants' Association, Secre tary The Emporium. CHAB. OE YOUNG— Business Man ager The S. F. Chronicle. M. H. DE YOUNG— Proprietor The S. F. Chronicle, Former Director-Gen eral Midwinter Fair. ALFRED I. EBBERG— Member Ex ecutive Committee California Develop ment Board, Member Original Commit tee Panama-Pacific International Ex position Co., Director Pacific Hebrew Orphan Association, Vice President M. A. Gunst & Co. CHAB 8. FEE — Passenger Traffic Manager Southern Pacific Railroad Co. A. W. FOBTER— Regent University California, Former President Califor nia Northwestern Hy. Co., President Mai in County Water Co., Director An glo & Loodon-Paria National Bank. HENRY r. FORTMANN— President Alußki Packers' Association. R. B. HALE — President Board of Trustee* Public Library, Member Ex ecutive Committee California Develop ment Board, Originator of th« Idea of thu Panama Pacific International BJ* position, Hal* Dro*. Bohemian A Triumph In Modern Buffalo Brewing Co. 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