San Francisco Chronicle from San Francisco, California on June 20, 1912 · Page 8
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A fiTtsrt 3 m8jt rwm m TO1 iKusii ii CT if OMB I - s j - v mTi v Cm TS v w y i - iVi - jt rWrtir NC7I8CCKRpN10iEi Hrnisft iiii Complaints About the Spring yalfeyflSiippfy Being Inadequate Are Made CHIEF MURPHY IS HEARD Sacred part College ScencdBanlJerary Students to Graduate LABOR OBJECTS I m W I Says Burned Buildings Could Have Been Saved if Pipes J Had Not Gone Dry When asked If he thought that the 1 FprlnB Valley Company could legally Justify its refusal to extend its mams tit districts where the people are badly In need of water Attorney Edward J McCutehen the company counsel became much excited yesterday at the meeting of the Public Utilities Committee of the Supervisors He had previously listened to many complaints bout the water service and to denunciation of the company for Its failure to furnish a sufficient supply not only for domestic uses but for putting out fires and he felt that it was necessary for Mm to be vigorous In speaking for the company - Attorney McCutehen grew red In the face and raised his voice high as he declared that the city bad not allowed sufficiently largos rates to permit fur - iner investment in mains lie saia mat the extensions would cost 2000000 and he wanted to know how Spring Valley would be compensated for this outlay when the city brought In Its own supply from ITetch - Hetchy and duplicated these mains There Is no need to excite yourr ieif Supervisor Koshland remarked to McCutehen On account of the failure of your company to provide an adequate supply for this community In past years the community has been Xorcjed to go to the mountains for Its own supply Because the city of necessity has taken steps to provide Its own supply your company Is not Telleved of its obligations You falf to - realize the true position of your company toward the community - WOIXD CONSIDER PROPOSITION When asked If the company would make the needed extensions If assured that It would be compensated for Its outlay In the event of the city purchasing the Spring Valley system or bins able to use the mains Itself wfien the Hetch - Hetchy system snould be completed McCutehen answered thai If the Board of Supervisors Indicated a willingness to make an agreement of the kind he had no doubt that ithe company would consider It in a friendly spirit Edmond Qodchaux and Charles StolU representing the Sutro Heights Improvement Club told of the inability of the people of the western end of the Richmond district to get water and mentioned the destruction by fire last Sunday of the building at the corner of Thirty - ninth avenue and Geary street which was due to the lack of water In tho pipes Vice - President Eastman of the company said that he was Informed that there was enough water hut that the trouble was with one of the valves In the Fire Department engine which kept a sufficient stream from being thTown on the fire SATS STATRMKIT IS FAISB Chief Murphy said that this statement was false The Are he said could have been put out with a bucket 1 of water at tho start but no water flowed from the pipe The engine and the firemen were r1 rfsrht Chief Murphy added that three buildings at Nineteenth and Vermont streets had Just burned because of the failure of the water supply At this fire yesterday No I engine took the hydrant the Chief etsted - but the water was not j there The Chief condemned the Spring Valley as wholly Inadequate In many i sections of the city 1 Women from the Fslrmount district i stated that in the morning they could not draw enough water to make coffee or wash their faces Eastman when questioned said that the water was In the pipes but on sccount of the consumption at the lower levels the pressure was so reduced that It did not reach the higher residence sections Residents of sevaral other sections told of their Inability to get water In some places where pipes have been laid the people remain up until midnight for the water to flow so that they may fill receptacles In which to store up a supply The committee after a lengthy hearing took under advisement the question of how to secure more mains and a better supply from Spring Valley K vEssaaaaaaw Vb tt j V Wi IMS - eagaWf VtS7 jggaaaatCVsA VvssTcL assfsT Drops Ice Down a Womans Back Thief Creates Cle7er Diversion Before Stealing His Victims Diamond Necklace Special riipatch to the Clironlele PORTLAND Or June 19 While 1 Mrs Cleo Pugh of Spokane was wriggling and clutching at a piece of Ice which some one had dropped down the 1 back of her dress at Ashland on the depot platform a fellow traveler lifted from her neck a diamond - studded necklace valued at 1600 and escaped fliianACtlnir mm of the rteron who took tho rain to Portland with her she informed the Portland police but they were unable to And the thief Mrs Pugh who gave her address as the Hotel Spokane was traveling from Fresno to Spokane and at Ashland with others in the party alighted from the train VWlille walking about the platform a person who Is believed to have been the truer got ice rem in ice cooler broke off a fragment of it and When Mrs Pugh was not looking slipped the Ice down the neck of her dress Mrs Pugh screamed and as persons near by S crowded about her the necklace was stolen JOHT rT WgpVERrf Two of the speaker at the Sacred Heart College cdm - mcncemenl exercise at the - ValenciaValencia Theater tonight Exercises Will Include Diploma Presentation and Class Essays Union Shows Appreciatibiv of Faithful Services - News f Labor Circles TWELVE students of the science and iitersry departments of tho Sacred Heart College will be graduated tonight at exercises to be held In the Valencia Theater The following programme has been pranged Addreas Harry I Mulcrevy C8S address Archbishop P W Rlor - dan presentation of diplomas Rev Brother Xenophon Cyrlal assisted by Rev Brother Timothy F S C presi dent of the college essay The Catholic School Thomas P OShaughneasy The Awakening of China T Walter ConlyThe Wave of Socialism John K McGovem Ultra Pemocracy Anthony F Molteret Religion and Citizenship George W Murphy The following will receive collegiate certificates Martin A OBrien Vincent T ODea James A Rlordan James E Paver Thomas E King Claude T Mc - LAughlln Harry E Heilmann The graduates of the department of commerce who will also receive their diplomas are Francis I Ashe Eugene 1 Balser Michael J Burton Leon Q Chalx Thomas J Convery Joseph B Campbell Tin Y Choy Joseph K Dougherty William J Ponohue James frswford Dunn Raymond P Flood James N Orowney John L Hardlman Robert E Haughey Pavld J Hunt Augustine J Kane Richard A Maher Edward A Mullane Clement 1 ODea Timothy B OBrien Edward T Donnell Luke E Robinson William P Kodden William J Reed Charles H Thomas Francis J Toohlg James M Traynor and William K Wilder Archbishop P W Rlordans medal for Christian doctrine will be awarded to George W Murphy 12 who will al10 be presented with the medal for general excellence Christian doctrine medals will also he awarded to Joseph P Campbell and John T Scanlon Medals for English literature will be given to Anthony F Moltoret and Jumes G Flaherty for oratory to Francs L Donahoe and Anthony F Moltoret and ancient and modern languages to William P Rodden Rail Presidents in a New Organization Earriman Executives Form an Association in tlace of the Superintendents Tlie eld Annclitlon of General Stiperlntanil - enla of tbe Harrlman roada wblch aied to meet annually at varloii terminals to confer on topic of common Interet baa finally been abandoned and la Ita stead haa arlaeo a new at - voclatton ona of tba executives of tbe Uarrl - man roada In this latter are Prealdent A L Mohler of tbe Union Pacific Preatdont J D Farrell of the OregonrWaahJngtbn Kaflroad and Navigation Company President William Hproula of tha Southern Pacific and President Epes Ran - dolpb of tbe southern Paclfic of Texas and tbe Drat three nt meeting bers now tnSpreulas offices to dltcuaa tbe problem of equality In car distribution for tbe fall trade The existence of the new aiaoclarloa waa admitted yeeterdar by tbe officials slthiwgb President - Muhler of tbe Union Pacific aald It was but an improraptti ona We tunel st call and tbe call wll be laaued whenever It la necessary for uw te confer on various topics of common Interest tbatmsy srlae be said Tba old aaeoclatlon of general superintendents baa not met for two years tbe presidents of tba reada meeting hers laat year Inatead It C Nult snd F A Wann paaaengar traffic manager snd ganersl traffic manager of tba Halt Lake road and J A Munroe traffic vice nrealdent Of tbe tnlon Pacific and Gerrlt - rort paesenger traffic manager of tbe Union Pacific and tbe Oregon Short Line arrived yealerday to loin tbe conference of rail presidents Tbe will rontluue tbelr all - day couferencea today la Tile rioua Donaing The Joint Council of Tsamsrers has entered avproUst wjtbi thaimuniclpaT authorities against any more itreets being designated excuslvelouiovards excluding trucksjexpres - wagons end other business rlgrjfromisuchstfsstsl which entails addltlonajvwork andloss of tlrneH upon teamsters lKl i - At Vhlist metincotnounell it was reported that James Bowlan a delegate representing the Hackmens Union and prominent in labor circles for many years Is Critically USW Plumbersf UnlonvNoj 4i J wlll1hld Its thirty - first annual outing reunion and games next Sunday In Princeton Park A programme of exceptional merit has been arrange for the - occasion v The Bartenders Union at Its Jut meeting disbursed 115 benefits to sick members SID to members in need and donated IS to the Antl - Tlephone Mer ger league Tna union wm siect 01 - flcers on Thursday June Mttu The Steam Laundry Workers - Union haa elected the following officers and delegates for the ensuing term President D J Gorman vlcepresldenwM - A Petersons secretary - Carrie Parmsr assistant secretary Annie Brown treasurer Charles Chllds business agent Charles Mawley sergeants - at - arms George Macklln and John Robertson auditing committee K Moss H Korts T Hockersmlth executive board M Korts Nellie Victor O Hansen d Sherman J Brock C Reed W Connolly law and legislative committee D Gorman C Parmer C Hawley F Graham J Brock delegates to Labor Council James Brock Mrs L C Wklden Charles LInegar Nellie Victor Mrs Mary Carson Carrie Parmer M A Peterson John Robertson and Charles Chllds Cooks Helpers Union No 110 has elected the following officers who will be Installed on Wednesday evening June 2th President F W Sanders vice - president John Croll recording secretary a E Burrows secretary - treasurer George H Meyer business agents W G - Erlty and Harry - Mec Qregor Inside guard WvKahler conductor Qua Hatch executive board W F Connolly J C Morris W Kahler F Rosner W B Casey delegates to local Joint executive board W F Con nolly J C Morris a H Meyeri delegates to Labor Council W Connolly J Morris W Kahler F W Sanders O 11 Meyer J Lewis to Asiatic Exclusion League F W Sanders Q II Meyer Thomas Clancy to label section Fred Martin and Harry McGregor Janitor Frank Murphy The International Association ot Aiaroia worxers Local 44 nas eiectea the following officers and delegates President F T McGlade vice - presidentpresident D J Flynn recording secretary B J Harmah financial secretary John Bechler treasurer W A Foster ser - geant - at - arma J McAleer delegates Jo the Labor Council John Bechler snd F T McOlade delegates to tha - Bulld - Ing Trades Counall D J Flynn F T McOlade and J Bechler Varnlshers and Polishers Union No 134 st its meeting Tuesday evening presented a set of Worlds Dictionary handsomely bound to Past President A Morelll as a token of appreciation of his services to the union President Jesse Msrnhsll made the presentation and Morelll responded feelingly Steamfll tors Union No 509 will rel - ehrsfe jho rounding out of the first year of Its existence st a ball to be given on Saturday evening August Xlst In Mission Turn Vereln Hall Valencia and Lspldge streets The union reports that It Is prosperous and all members employed and the prospects are very promising Officers for the approaching term will be chosen at the next meeting i TISTOL PRESENTED TO 1 DICK TDEPIN FOUND I Special Dlepstrb to tba Chronicle IONDON June It During the re - movsl of plaster and oak paneling of the Jacobean room In the famous Reindeer Titn at Banbury which has been purchased by Lord Curxon of Kedleston workmen discovered In the rafters rj a double flint - lock horse plstnl Inlaid wlth gold Inscribed Presented to Dick vTurpin at White Bear Inri Drury Lane February seventh I78G WEBB RETUBU3 TO TAKE tiC I UP THE I W W CASES igXEtt fl J BAH DIEGO June It Attorney - Kmff COenerat V Webb accompanied by nis depu - tyjitsymond Benjamin arrived ftTotn the north today They will go before the Grand Jury tomorrow morn - 1ng when It Is understood the charges igatnst the vigilantes will be taken up - - Vm 1 in ARRETTED OX WARJIANT Vi a jjswettv n Eastern salesman wasi arrested yesterday at Sal Ins on if charge of Issuing a fraudulent check jf to K Ai Easton shlvtmakeft Atlil urant avenue lie was returned Here pyj Detetlv Sergeant Ilarryf j Cook Jt Jt Easton iugethat rJewetffiMissed A 1 w iaU kia sire tahini Jw iMvjl ft - JP ewi syrwniijaii tni feiai9s Wrf Jtrr19 w - wwsw 4 j PLAN CONCERT AND BALL FOR EVICTED ITALIANS Relief Society Is Interested in ProJ ect for June 29th A concert and ball will be given Saturday night June 29th at the Wash Ington Square Theater under the aus pices of the Italian Relief Society In conjunction with the presidents of all the Italian societies of the city The object of the affair Is to accumulate a fund for use In relieving Italian sub Jects forced to leave all territory un der Turkish rule In charge of the concert and ball will ha Chevalier Daneo Consul of Italy R Petri Jtelo Arvedi G Bertlnl Pro fessor N E Ferrea Dr Glenn I nl and Professor Plcelrl SPECIAL POLICE MEET At the regular and semi - annual meeting of the Special Police Officer Protective Association held yesterday forenoon at Druids Hall the following officers were elected for the ensuing term William B ooaair president T C Johnson vice - president J George Thorns secretary - treasurer Dr Wlalter o irner pnysieian wamuei Less sergVanl - at arms The board ef direc tors received and approved the finance and membershljjreporV n if Prince Didnt Know Wife in a New Hat Instituted Anxious Search for Her and Missed Train for San Jose Northwestern Pacific Begins Through Service n Between Hererid Fort BraggV ISiiis i iWWatiTeally amounts tb the rst brahchillna iof the Northwestern Pa clflo wasOpened yesterday jwDSniQauy frelrhf ahdpassengeis trsJh service was begun on the California Western Railroad aiid Navigation Companys line between iWlllltl and Fort Bragg distance of forty miles - This railroad which Is owned by the - Union Lumber Company Interestsof Fort Bragg now connects with the NortlwesternAsHere - tofpra It extenaca oniy trom rort Braaar to I Soda Springs and the trip from Wllllts to Soda Sprlnrs was made by stage aver the mountains The corne pletlon of t - ie California Western which almost rivals the Mount Taraipoia line in the number and angles or Its curves makes It possible to make the trip from here to Fort Bragg - by rail and also throws open to rail traffic for the first time the redwood timber belt The first trial train was run over the line last fall but It was thought advisable to allow the roadbed to settle and the opening of the - line to travel was consequently delayed - TJe terri tory opened by the California Western embraces many fishermens haunts along the Noyo river which the roa - d parallels and crosses many tlms and along tha coast north and south of Fort Bragg The new line It is believed will ultimately be takent over by the Northwestern Pacific Interests the Santa F and Southern Pacific each of which own 174tJ00 of the North - westerns capital stock W J Cummlngs for a number of years the local agent of the Northwestern Paclflo at Santa Rosa baa been appointed traveling freight and passenger agent of that oompany Cummlngs is to be succeeded by t A Hewitt former agent at Petaluma who In turn will be succeeded by A B Staton at present the Northwestern s agent atHealdsburg S ii lilanflailiifor lliristain tndeavor Annual Convention sjsftvjrwJg8Csa ggV - irtjlft ty esstssgssgssgsgW BBbSbSBbSF JCtt jtt fgSgSgSBBgSgsl M4 tVgt TgsJssgsgsrgsgssi sstsBtsta MliSgatstststclgsgcsgl W M Jehkms who iill fee prominent in the annual Chris lion Endeavor Convention COR ANNOUNC ES BOOKINGS SECURED Revival of GilberjLand Sullivan Operas Will Open the Season That the company now presenting revivals of the Gilbert and Sullivan comic operas at he Casino Theater in New York will appear on the stage of the Cort Theater here during the coming season was the news brought to the city yesterday by John Cort owner of the playhouse who la here for a few days before continuing his Journey to his Seattle home for a moniis vacation The same company now playing In the Gotham playhouse which Includes De Wolfe Hopper Eugene Cowles George McFarlandi Arthur Aldrldge Richard Temple Blanche Duflleld Alice Brady Viola Gillette Louise Barthel and Josephine Jacoby will be brought lo San Francisco Intact The engagement Is for four weeks and will begin during the latter part of July The repertoire Includes Patience Pinafore The Mikado The Pirates of Pentance and others Other attractions booked for the local playhouse are Baby Mine with Marguerite Clark Bought and Paid For the Lambardl Grand Opera company in Salome Yeobsl and Iriansel and Gretel The Rose of Panama The Kiss Walts As a Man Thinks Kvery woman Little Boy Blue The Million The Merry Widow Bunty Pulls the Strings A Butterfly on the Wheel and The Blue - Bird gubarebes Tl 1 Twenty - Fifth Conference Will Have elaborate Scope of Action eAKLANP June it To arouse I J Interest in the coming annual N convention of the State Society of Christian Endeavor a big rally of Alameda county forces was held last night at the Union - street Presbyterian Church Ben Small of Oakland the county treasurer presided and tha speakers were Rev Lapsley MeAfee ot Berkeley the State counselor W N Jenkins of Oakland the vice - president oi tne world committee of the organi sation and J Dunbar Keith the county president The topic of the evening was The Fresno Convention Tho latter will open on tha evening of June 29th and will last until the evening of July 3d The Alameda county delegation will leave for the conference by a special train the morning of July JSth This Is the twenty - fifth annual conference of the State body Its general theme will be Practical Efficiency In Christian Service This will be handled from the standpoints of opportunities and hindrances by some of the most prominent speakers of the society In the United States Including Dr R A Torrey late of Chicago who Is at present on the Const during the progress of a tour round the world Dr Lapsley McAfee of Berkeley Rev William Rader of San Francisco W N Jenkins of Oakland William Shaw of Boston Dr II A Jump of Onklsnd Dr Brougher of the Temple Baptist Church of Los Angeles and Dr Kdwin Forrest Hallenbeck of San Diego late of New York city Following the session all of the dele - gates who so wish will take a weeks tour of the Yosemlte The organization numbers 30100 In this State Bilfiirnlrig dver Old Marine Hospital ifbithe City Is Passed in rtousei l t pselsVtissaefi Te - tte CsreeicleV WAiHIVaTqf Jtun iltT bill urnjng over the old Marine Hospital st1 nrrsciscottha clt yjfor chrlt able pufposes was calldup In the House late - this afternoon by Repre - sentatlvY Kahn - and passed Before passage the bill was amended to give itheSecretftfy - ftheTreasuryl super vtaitn - oVer the charitable purposes - for whlchthe building may be used The bllVValady has passed v the Senate whore It was Introduced by Senator Perkins ThefeSenatO wljt concur f the amendment probably next week fails to fXs Color tkstj JVASHJNaTOKJune itS - di ICfeur tutor san Bernardino who was recent ty appointed cadet at the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis by Representative Smith has failed to i pass the medical Examination at theacad - emyi - the medical board finding ljlm to be isllghtly color blind Curtis1 cams to Washington todavand Represeata - tlyef Needham took up his case with the Surgeon - General of the Navy The Burgeon - Genera sent or a copy of the examining boards repo t and will decide this week whether Curtis is to receive another examination - - - TWO rOSTM ASTER CHbSBBfV Z WASHrNGTOiifl Juneiohn LinV burth today was appointed Postmaster at McArthur CaL vice R B Dunlap resigned - Henry A Nelson has been commissioned Postmaster at Oakley Cal - t i M0T0CYCXIST TnTTTT IK STREET ACCIDENT Forrest Many Sons Into Automobile and Dies From Injuries OAKLAND June 19 Speeding down the Foothill boulevard on a motocycle snortly after noon today Forrest Many 16 years of age was unable to turn aside In time to avoid a collision wfth a passing automobile and dashed full Into - the side of the machine receiving injuries from which he died on the way to the Emergency Hospital The accident ccurred at the Intersection of the boulevard and Twenty - third avenue The automobile waa driven bv 3 VT Easton chauffeur for Dr K V Tiffany According to his account of the acci dent It was Impossible for him to avoid the collision as Mahy cams straight down - the grade ana ran Qi - rectly Into the car Easton was placed under arrest pending an investigation Mahy was the son of Mr and Mrs A It Mahy 2224 Twenty - fourth avenue By a library card In his pocket he was at first Identified at the hospital as Clyde E Mahy the eldest son of the family It was not until the mot - ier arrived at the hospital that It waa discovered that the dead lad was Forrest lHIISSHSII D Gi Jehserf lit estetfjh Qak land After Receiving Letter Under Assumed Name l jOAKliANTJ June jtl - Vpon Ull - vlcaot Chief of Police T1U OTIell of Denveri CoU tho local poliathlsmorrri lng arrested Davf Q Jensen af Wow Torkcltrv Hals wanted JnDenverlon a feronr charge uAlthougH fActI Chief or PollcW J Peterssn wajnot advised by thVDenvar authorities as to tho iJiaturaof i ths charge against Jan senian isxamluatlon of itho prisoners correspondence indicates that hs Is f wanted lnv connection - with an alleged fraudulent sale of Tampa Fla lands Jensen will not discuss his tasa but Says ha will not i flght extradition For tha past four weeks Jensen has bsen laT hiding at Post and - Geary street San - i Franelseo ondar - an as - smmed name He had been receiving his mall In Oakland under tha nam of Z A Zober The Oakland pollco Ve - celved word from Denver yesterday that Jansens wlfa had dispatched a letter addressed to Zobel and that Jensen would probably call s for It at the Oakland Postofflcs Inspectors Wltllam 3Kyl and James i Drew apprehended Jensen a minute after the letter had been handed to hlm this mbrnlnaT1 The warrant against Jensen was Issued itwo - weeks ago Acting Chief Petersen received - word this afternoon that a man had been dispatched from Denver to take back tha prisoner Jen - sen Ms SI fyears of Vagsa jrood dresser and suave in manner BBIQHT SP01S OH S0CIA1 CAICTTJAB 07 THE MAYOIt City CilefvWm Betarni Viiit of British Commsaider Coramssdm r St Owwfs Brookar ef tbe Brlttsk cruiser VAIgsrlae roads a formal esl on Maror Siplpb yaitarday Welch tha Mayor will ratora st 1030 oclock this moralsgi - Maror B H Kralamas of St Lonla wko Is now s guest at tbe Pslsca Botel recslved a esll from Slsyor Itolph yesterdsy la retnre for - tbe visit paloV aim Tuesday by Mayor Knlsmsa The Princess Eleanor Lasarovlch the California wife of tfie Servian Prince Lasarovlch - Hrebllanovlrh bought a new hat In Ban Franjlsco Tuesday afternoon In consequence her husband thOught he had lost her and humid anxiously through the St Krancls Ho tel and over Union square for her for three hours They both missed the train to San Joee and had to remain in the city another day Princess Lasarovlch came to the city Monday to attend to some matters In connection with her Intended departure for New Tork city She wore a tail ored traveling dress of blue - gray and a large hat trimmed In bows of white blue and gray tulle to match Two hours before time to start for the afternoon train to San Jose where the Prinsess had been spending several weeks visiting girlhood friends tha Prince decided to call on a Croation compatriot on Stelner street HIS wife agreed to wait for him In the tapestry room Shortly after his departure however the Princess decided that the big hat was too big and she went to a millinery store and bought a small toque of ratine that Turkish towel stuff When the Prince returned he failed to recogniievhls wife and then started On an anxious search Two hours after train time the Princess cought him on his tenth trip through tha hotel foyer and after explanations and a long laugh at the husbands expense their Baggage was returned to their apartments PROPERTY C0HTBACT TOR CAB HOUSE IS AWARDED TO B0LANDI He Expects to Earn Bonus Allowed by the City The Board of Public Works has awarded the contract for constructing the carhouee for the city railroad on Oeary street to V Rolandl for 1210000 this being the lowest bid on the cheapest of the three styles of building for which plans had been drawn This action la In accordance with the views of ths Supervisors It is understood that Rolaijdl prefers this contract arrangement He hid I23S00O on the most expensive of the three kinds of building proposed but as the construction of the carhouee according to the most elaborate specifications would take all the time allowed under tha contract he would be unable to earn any bonus while he hopes to complete the cheaper building ahead of the contract time and thus obtain a large part If not all ef the bonus The bonus is fixed at I2S0 a day ths limit on it being 11300 KVIDlINO SHOW KOR POSTKRS Owing to the fact that the present attraction at the Columbia Theater Wilt give no evening performance on Sunday the progress committee of the Buah - striel Ttmpie will utilise the playhouse on that night for the presentation of aicbtldren s performance of Poster1 Folk lt was first Intended to pMssnt the attractlonUta matinee Buildings of an American Manganese Company Near Santiago Destroyed SANTIAGO Cuba June 19 The buildings of the Ponupo Manganese Company an American concern situated near Lamaya about seven miles from Santiago was burned by Cuban Insurgents at noon yesterday A detachment of forty marines under command of Captain Alexander S Williams arrived her today on a special train from Quantanamo to re - enforce the garrison at the Flrmesa mines and to protect the property of the Juraga Iron Company As a result of the latest amnesty proclamation Issued by General MonJ - eagudo commander In chief of tha Government forces about 100 Insurgents came in today and surrendered to tha military authorities Of this number however not one brought In any weapon This fact causes great uneasiness among the whites who regarded it as an Indication that the actual rebel forces are not diminishing The United States battle - ship Mississippi left Quantanamo this afternoon with fifty marines aboard to re - enforceenforce the garrison at El Cuero mines which Is threatened by the Insurgents The gunboat PaduCah sailed from San - i tlago today for ait unknown destination THEATRICALS ilAXE BIO - HIT AT ASSEMBLY HALL Joan of Arc Club Entertains Friends With Stage Stunts An unusually Interesting programme of amateur theatricals was given last night by the Joan of Arc Club In Its assembly hall on Fell street between Franklin and Oough In addition to three clever sketches and several musical numbers there was a two - act comedy entitled Vacation that made a big hit with the audience that packed the hall Those who took part In tha two - act comedy were as follows IT Lutsen K Becaas C Blgrlst R Coutolene B Hlrklln I - Baules L Vorbe H Pale B Oalet A Qlalve and B fllgrlst Miss Annette sang and Master Lualnchl gave a fancy dance e ACTRESS HAKES A FLYING TRIP TO VISIT SICK D00 RAN MATICO June 18 A Dying trip to Ban Malm was msiia In the mMsls of last night hr HIm Margaret llllngton tile srtresa snd ber hufthsnri John - ID Bowes to vlait PegsV her rhamplfm Boston terrier which wis serteealy 111 Ths valuable canine was irlng at tbe point of death In a faehliinabln dog sanatarltim when Miss llllngton Inquired a boot hef condition Wheo tha doctor who was Is constant sttend ancs reported that tha chaneea of recovery were doubtful Mies illlngtoft Jumped into her llmoaalne asd whirled to Joe Mateo for ess porting loot st her pet Since renting Woof Peggy hia bees afflicted wire s discs which has - completely pussled tbdotorN Peer condition hnnroved sllsbttr tedsv sad its ensness recovery srs mors iiiiwrAiiACXjiarJtC STEREOTTPERS OFFICIALS END THEIR DELIBERATIONS President Freel and Secretary Wil liams Leave Tonight The executive board of the Interna tional Stereotypers and Klectrotypers Union which has been in session here since the adjournment of the annual convention of the organization last week discussing the details of the re organization of the suspended Chicago local No i reached a satisfactory con clusion in tne matter yesterday after noon James J Freel International president and chairman - of the execu tive board and George W Williams Secretary of the International organization will leave tonight for Chicago where they will endeavor to adjust the Chicago situation and reorganize the stereotypers there Into a new local Vice - President Charles Sumner left yesterday afternoon for Portland and will later Join the other executive officers at Chicago j Fremont Frey of Indianapolis an active supporter ot the cause of the executive board left last night for the East and will Join the officials at Chicago FIFTEEN - FOOT FENCE CAUSE OF LARGE STORM Fashionable Alameda Neighborhood Is Making Lively Protest ALAMEDA June 19 A lively neighborhood war has been precipitated through the construction by Donald Beadle of a fifteen - foot fence on his Clinton - avenue property Beadle lives In the heart of a fashionable residence district His home Is In the 1300 block on Clinton avenue adjoining the Thomas Turner home and near ths W B Kollmyer home Turner has employed an attorney in sn effort to have the fence declared a nuisance and have It removed Tha fence is about six feet from the Turner bay window and about eight feet from the side of the house The Beadles Claim that tha fence was put up as a part of a proposed handball oourt and not as a spite fence as some of the indignant neighbors assert Last night a crowd of adults and children gathered in front of the Beadle home and held an Impromptu Indignation meeting FIGHT COSTS CAPTAIN BARNES0N TEN DOLLARS COUNTY WINS FIGHT AGAINST HOG RANCHERS Superior Court Sustains San Mateo Justices Decision REDWQob CITY June The light whicb the county bss been wsglng sgslnst tbs bog rsnehera for the Isat yoir wss won today when tbs Superior Court anitalfieit the declalon of the Justices court In prosecuting the bog rancbors ondar the apodal county ordinance which District Attorney Swirt drew 08 to Include tbelr csaei Tho hogmen had contended tbat sack s isw - wss illegsl The decision waa In the cans of John Mala - aom Aa the ordinance prohibits tbe raisins of bogs In incorporated cities tu greater number than four or wltbln OIK feet ot s county Mad In grester number than twontyllvSi it practically sounds the death knell to the bog lnduetry In Ban Mateo county aa the hogmen have rit dared that It would compel them to go out of buatneSN If they had f movs to lose aparaelr populated srenr Tbere are at present about OO0O lioga Involved representing au Itiveitment of nearly 1500000 TESTIMONY ALL IN IN THE OKEEFE MURDER CASE s - m Accused Man Takes the Stand and Tells of thh Row REDWOOD CITY Jnn ID Tht tttornye for John - OKtfPlV on tria frr tbn rutinlT of Albert TrftMntn complptotl tlmlr cam tori aarl tli nam ant will tut heard tomorrow It la x - pewrevl that lint will go to tho Jury mtt In tit Hftornoon CKfi took 1bo atiml litmnrtf In tho after noon and told of a rttmifflft I hat prwfulpi tli rHWltif Hi ilMO nald that Freeman luni tri to nova a llgMoii rKr in bi oym oihftr wit nnf wra nrodnrtfl hy Hmii Hlioriiillav Jam OKfrt and John D Wlltard who ar IMVnrllni OaWfr who jtatttlctl to a flriom rnrontfr htwvspn th tnu Kildnifl of Atrnlo wi - rit raiiM wno nptinffi to mrcara thnt Frff - man had mmlt acalmit 0Kotfi btcaua lio rn - fumid to aU him liquor jack tiik iivconN attivk CONi - ORI June 19 A ral Jark th Hut la irk In onford and a a rwnlt of hi flfndlnh dralr to nmhrarn young wommi 1m h - m tbr ofpaafonn jutnavod from twlilnd trtM ij1 Tncp to Mist jroung fflrla In hla anna ArrovtM atnnlar night by onataha Ott aa trwinlt of niimrvn eoniplalnta tha journ waa poriTn tw inn own limita aim old to kp awar nner rranalty of halng thrown tn jail Nothing dauntM Iic TturnMl hfro rv day and haa aJnew aftroatd two yoiiug womtn Th authorlttM r eondtiftlng a afearrnifov him and If arr46 afalfl ha will nmnmarily dtalt jgaai t ti - - i i i - - - i - Trial Pint in Series of Three Following Auto Accident REDWOOD CITT Jon 19 Captain John Barneaon tba San Franclaeo ihlpowoar and cipl allai waa lined 110 today br Juatlct of tha Peace H W Lampkln on charge of battery prffrnd by Jamea Irrlng chauffenr for John K Oallol Barneaona apparanin court waa tba outcome of the collision of the aotomoblee occupied by tiallola and a party of fiiebda and alxtefn - yfar - pld Harold Barneaon on the San Mato road laat Hnnday The aenloa Barneaon plead guilty to the charge but produced wtt - nwfHa to nhow that he waa jo a titled In attacking Irving Judge Lampkln admitted that bo might hare been Jqatlfled but tbat tho flno waa alao Juatlflod iTrori naraoaon and Irrtnr will be tried tn the ftan Mateo mrt on Friday Irrlng moat annwer to two cotinta ot apfeging ana not turning tbe rtgbt way os a public highway Young narncaon l cnirnni nnu Pn - Duiiast Round Trip Special Excursion TOTflJr Sacramento Valley Sunday June 23 1912 AT 7J0 JL M VERT LOW nATB KXCORSION TOTl THOSE INTERESTED TO VISIT THM Central Traction Lands Great Oportunlty to See ths Qsrden npoi oi tne ersie This land is onlr IS miles from Sacra mento with an electric line running throua - h It with 20 trains Der day We want you to see the land wa are selling J tor tne nuroa company ai iron r 75 to 150 per Acre And on BXCEPTIONAXLT EAST TERMS How do these crlces eomsara with land within It mes of Oakland where it la selling from U00 to 11000 per acre Sacramento City is booming and why shouldnt It bet It Is surrounded by the best agricultural lands In tha Stats it has ths oil - mate for growing the products and plenty of water for irrl ration purposes Ths Railroad Company desires to attract settlers alone its line That is the reason why such rood land Is belnr offered at such low prices The chance to ouy iana or mis - quality at tnese prices will never occur araln In California Land Grows 5 to 6 Crops Alfalfa per Year Almonds ollrei oranres lemons firs prunes tokay and muscat rrapes strawberries and other small berries potatoee and other truck crops rrow to perfection on this land Chicken and hog raisins and dalrylnr are very profitable Industries In this seotlon Get tickets for excursion at this office or mall us this coupon and we will deliver them to your address CUT COUPON I will join your Special Excursion to the Central California Traction Lands Sunday June 23 1913 Nam Addr Ch 1 - 20 - 11 SMlMktf Swot Suite COS Union Savings Bank Bldr Oakland CaL Phone Oakland If from here rn KJl LH J t6 Los Angeles 25 round trip and to Snn Diego 29 round trip Tickets On sale daily Good for return until October 31 1912 Santa Fes new train UQ Leaves San Francisco daily at 400 P M This is Californias finest train Angel On the return trip the Saint offers the same superior service Phon or call on roe for reservations Jas B Duffy Gen Act 673 Market St San Francisco Phone Klltir 315 - JB371 J J Warner ien Agt 1218 Broadway Oakland rtonsi Ottlaad 429 - 1M2S Santa Fe fH - a - K isJIM l - mim tVi wiffr - jay - 1 - - - wv mi liisw a ner - fcH tWVSMrfSsZWiM - J

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