San Francisco Chronicle from San Francisco, California on August 3, 1913 · Page 35
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San Francisco Chronicle from San Francisco, California · Page 35

San Francisco, California
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Sunday, August 3, 1913
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lax night or er WeekeT fesUYltleaiThe jojoue evening ronowea an anernoon ot axoaptlonal rodeo sports The cow - boya who are striving to excel In the round - up contests made heroic efforts piaasa a grandstand that waa ruled overflowing According to tba rodeo omeiaia mora people entered the turnstiles ot Sherwood Park this afternoon than upon any former occasion lava Mr to tm to THRIIXIjrQ CONTESTS Todays programme started off with the gentle Sport ot steer riding while the San rranclseo Chinese boys band played an operatic selection All the lads who had mounts rod wall Happy Jack Hawn the Montana Kid and Frank Lopes won the heartiest plaudits The steer bulldogglng contest waa made aensatlonal by Wallie Padcet of Klamath Tails who broke all former worlds recorda by wlnnlna - over his steer In twenty - six seconds Bill Nevlus of Sacramento won over the bull he tackled after a tuasle that provided several thrills Nevlua Whs weight only IIS pounds made a splendid showing - The pony express race was taken In handy fashion by J T MUlerlck who finished several lengths In front of J Alvlla Happy Jack Hawn had little trouble taking the cowboys stake race johnny Dobbins once again won tne ap proval of both grandstand and Judges In the broncho - busting event as did Slim Holder and J StahL Hasel Hoxle and Walter Lynch ware once more conspicuous tn the trick and fancy riding A new riding stunt waa staged In the way of a potato race the teama being selected to epear potatoes out of a barrel In front of the Judges stand and to plaoe them In barrels at opposite ends of the track In this contest Cell Downing won over the teama picked by the MUlerlck brothers Donald Lynch won the cowboys quarter - mile dash and Mrs Jack Hawn the cowgirls quarter - mile event Red liilmea of Watsonvllle captured the wild horse race In the lassoing contest the roping was uniformly poor SMART IET PRESENT The smart set of San Francisco and the peninsula were well represented In the boxes and grandstand Among those from out of town who witnessed the contests wsre Mr and Mrs Andrew Weloh Mr and Mrs Robert Hynee - Mr and Mrs Harry Hastings Mr and Mrs Henry Sreeden Chief of Police A D White M J Brandensteln Walter Martin Gayle Anderton Walter Hobart Miss Tiny OConnor Mr and Mra K P Eohwertn and Miss Arabella Sohwerln Mrs Baldwin Weed Mr And Mra Emory Wlnshlp Miss Margaret Casey Mr and Mra J a Tobln Mr and Mra M H de Toung Charles do Toung Mr and Mra Qeorge T Cameron Mr and Mra Andrew Carrlgan Mr and Mrs Will Taylor R E Mulchay Addison Macondray Mr and Mrs Cheever Cow - din Bert Payne Mr and Mra Tern Drleeoll Miss Hayward Mr and Mrs Charlie Clark Raymond Armsby Charlea Blythe John A McNear WU - lam T Seanon Mr and Mrs Christian de Online Mr and Mra B W Howard Mr and Mrs William A Lange Miss Ethel Laumelster Cyril Tobln Prank Hooper Mra William Sproule and daughter Miss L M Baldwin Mr and Mrs EL O McCormlek B E Wade Thomas Ahem H R Judah F C La - throp H D H Connlck and Mr and Mra Ons Taylor Salinas Dances JNightrAway BeyelryRales a Madf ty aaasiiiyiiaaiiianaasii II il nil a wasas n saiiwi saassaiaa - S a esaaaMeaansaanwesssawsi sasaan n jkl H K JV MssisjaaTT Tai t 1 stilassssssssBrTTTTlffM BasasasKEaifflasBSBSBSBSBSBSBHilJPaBsaVH aBKaHBaBHnaaHsasffim 1MIHbbV BaVBBSBSsVBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBESaiBBBBHOV 7K JtgyflBaXSaBaBai IBmalSjaBBBKaBBBHBBBB - mmXSIKIl BBBBBBBlBWiBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBaBBBBBBBBBK - JnlTlBMlBBBBBBal BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnBBaBBBBaa AMBDBbHbBBBBbVI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHbbbDGb9HbbbH BBBBBBflBBBBBBBBBHBBaEBBBr iaBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBalBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB i KKKBBaSBBBBBBSaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl HHHH laBBBBBBBHBaBBBHSfBBBBHaiBBBBBBBBaHlBBBBl r - kw K1VDS LIPID WITH SHOT PORTERVILLE August I Grlerlng am aocount of an Incurable disease and almost on the verge of Insanity through his fruitless attempta to regain his health George Need a tree - prnner aged II left his home last evening and blew out his bralna with a revolver Need left a note on hla pillow saying that he could stand the strain no longer I am dying by lnchea Ood forgive ma for thla awful act Have no grudge agalnet anybody Good - bye Need leavea a daughter Alice of Ducor and a eon Arthur of Montrose CoL JAZZ TAXOS PAIXT TKAIX IZXYIOX PaHmsa leeplss ear for Track Is attached as Soothers Paclao trala laarlag Oaklaad star tl47 t U dallr Coare Sin yranclaee Ferry etarjoa TtO p U OatloDd SlitMatktreel atatloa lM P M arrlTlof early loUowtac moralas at Trachea wbero cottoectloa la Bade with trala ef Lake Taboe Railway IB mllea to lake Retsra - Int laara Trurkee 8 10 P If airlvtaf Oakland Blxteeath - atreet etatlort T40 A U Sas rraa - eleee ferry rtatlon 8 10 A at See aseata anothera PaISe Artrt HI Store TO RENT Formerly occupied by Wells Farjo Express Polk St near Sutter APPLY ROOM 218 Chronicle Building A SENSIBLE HELPfUL jHOE for mr and wmnra Built to support trearthcn d protoet BtctdlM th ak BVfllrJs tb rch hi nUt and corrccta flat foot condltfona Bead to wvar In atoek Wa alao maka Uam t ordtr CPU iriTS 17S 9mttmw 11 at Kran Beautiful furnishings of an artistic Pacific Avenue Plat for Sale Por pjirticu - lars Phone Fillmore 3623 Nr W I INIVrKNl I Yt Rev W Thornton to Succeed Morrissey as President of Santa Clara Institqtion Ipedat Dtseatth te the Chrealele SAN JOSH August 1 Announcement waa made at Santa Clara University today that Rev Walter Thornton of Los Oatoa has been selected by the Jesuit Order to take the presidency of Santa Clara University vice Rev Father Jamea P Morrtsaey who leaves the office in order to recuperate hie health Strenuous - work Incident to the a - rowin or me college into a university raising funds for the eostly building operatlona which have been In progress and rearranging the curriculum have undermined the health of Father Morrissey and It waa decided to 4 Hiin an vppurtuiuiy v raiaia aim strength His successor has been head ot the famous novitiate at lass Oatoa for several yeara and la a widely - known member of tha Jesuit Order He Is a thoroughly strong executive and administrative officer and a learned priest Ho waa born here of a well - known local family Fires Burn Fiercely bat Do Little Damage Washington Blaze Prevented Prom Spreading Into Standing Timber BEATTTJS August i Fires In logged off lands In King Skamania Paclflo Cowllta and Clallam countlee last night and today wars serious enough to require the efforts of hundreds of men to keep them from spreading Into standing timber but so far aa known no damage haa been done te Umber or farm property nor haa any person been Injured The woods are exceedingly dry and the Washington Forest Fire Association Is watching every Are that Is re ported Showers fell In Western Washington today but were too light to check the Urea Happy Jack Hawn Bull dogging a iteer at Me Salinai Rodeo Bible Study Barred by Law Says Hyatt SACRAMENTO Auguet I Bible etudy In California elementary sohoola la Impossible under the present law according to a verdict rendered today by Edward Hyatt State Superintendent of Public Instruction To an inquiry from the County Superintendent of Ventura county aaklur If It woud not be possible to Introduce the North Dakota plan In this State Hyatt replied In the negative Hyatt says the publlo schools are presumed to be for Christiana and unbelievers alike and the law la against anything that may have a sectarian flavor Woman Killed When Car Topples on Her Fatal Accident Occurs on Monterey Peninsula Special Dlapatch to toe Chroelcle PACIFIC GROVE August I On the highway lust back of the Hotel Del Monte late last night one woman was killed and the other two occupants of sn automobile badly Injured when the machine toppled over a bank The car driven by Judge C Van Horn ran too close to a deep ditch and overturned In the darkness Miss Burns was pinned underneath the machine and fatally Injured She died a short time later Jndge Van Horn and the other woman In the car were thrown about fifteen feet and painfully but not seriously hurt All were residents of the Monterey peninsula The machine was Badly demolished a Iris Breaks Down on Way to Overliauling Special Dleaetch te tha Ohroatele BAN DIEQO August 1 Wallowing in the trough of the sea off Point Loma while her engine - room force struggled to get the ancient machinery Into shape tha auxiliary ehlp Iris mother ship of the torpedo flotilla broke down twice yesterday afternoon She was proceeding to the Mare Island Navy Tard to undergo repairs The ship got under way Friday afternoon Just off Point Loma her engines stopped without warning They were repaired temporarily but broke down again and the ehlp lary rolling helpleaa until thla morning when she was able to proceed under her own steam The vessel has not been overhauled for more than two yeass HARTIVIANMIPIE ARE RECONCILED San Jose Dentist Who Eloped With a Nurse Returns to His Wife Special Mseatek te Oe phraarlela SAN JOSH August L Dr T C Hartman and lira Hartmavn are occupying tha Spencer cottage at Capltola With this brief announcement today tha reconciliation between Mr and Mrs P c Hartman waa made known and tha separation of tha dentist and his wife following the formers sensa tional elopement recently to Honolulu with Mra Bona Maddarn nurse In a San Jose doctors - office haa ended Charged by hla father with abandonment of a minor sorb after waiving extradition Dr Hartman was brought back to San Jose and tha case was dismissed almost Immediately en hla showing that he left ample preparations for the support of tha son and wife he deserted Hartman came to tha horn of an Intimate family friend T a Smith In this city and rsmalned there until the reconciliation waa effected Mra Maddern a divorcee haa not been seen In this city since tha elopement ended Seattle May Purchase Banjiapt Railway SEATTLE August 1 If tha receivers of the Seattle Renton and Southern Railway will reduce their prlee from 1140000 to il20O00O the City Council Finance and City Utilities committees will recommend that the elty buy the street railway which operatee twelve mllee of electric line from the heart of the city to Renton a suburb This was decided at a Joint meetlna of the committees yesterday The Seattle Renton and Southern Railways troubles have been In tbe courts and before the Council for several years and ssveral plans for the citys taking over the line and operating It In connection with the municipal line now under construction from the downtown district to the north end of the city have been considered ill Settle Locators Will Be - Prosecuted Persons Selling land Grant Claims in California and Oregon Will B Punished PORTLAND Or August l Prosecution of persona engaged la the Illegal practice of locating settlers en Oregon and California land grant claims will be started at ansa by Clarence L Reams United States District Attorney la Portland Seeret eerrloe men hava been working en these casea for weeka and It la probable thatssrsral artesta will be made within the next tew days There la no legitimate authority for anyone selling locatlona en any of these lands said Rsamea In ths first place the property still la In litigation aa the railroad haa appealed the case Bo no locations can be made until the Government finally gets una to tne lands Even then locations cannot be accepted aa it will require Congress to open the property for entry Any locatlona that are made now are not worth a cent Exposition Tax Rate WmmLH ft - iM I II la 111 1 111 I lla I H I ti i V ninifMrKii Kf A n w Ai - - J Run From San Luis Obispo i iA 4 Over Grades and Through Sand Is Without Mishap Special Dispatch SANTA BARBARA Aurust L The ladtana tourists with twenty ear and one truck arrived here early thla afternoon after a comparatively easy days run from Ban Lata Obispo Ths lit miles offered no serious obstacle and even the rather ateep pttcbs of San Marcos pass were nego tiated d by all the cars without dlfflonlty When the sandy road cloee to tha ocean beach waa reached Just after luncheon the tide waa still receding and fos aorae distance the Eastern men enJoyeeV driving their cars along tha firm hard beach Santa Barbara with tta beautiful approach cK fifteen mllea through luxuriant magnolias and stately en - calyptus waa a revelation to tha tourists Paced by tha Haynea No IS all tha WifY m - - - iwi pauiea up av ue roller xaoiei De ll I K rtTf1 SrtAll t9r oclock Every machine la retail iW A 1AU aJWll I ported in nraetlcallr nerfeet condition mechanically but there have been some - Instances of tire trouble ri i 7I VI SACRAMENTO August i Railroads which operate In more than one county In the 8tata will he asaeased by the 8tate Board of Equalisation Monday when a meeting will be held for that purpose Following the assessment of the railroads the State Board wlllbe able to announce what will be the tax rata for tha money to be collected to support the 1116 exposition In San Francisco INJUNCTION DENTED L W W PORTLAND Or August X Leaders of the Industrial Workers of the World failed today In an effort to secure an Injunction In the State Clrcplt Court restraining Mayor Albee and 8herlff Tom Word from enforcing the cltya eoap - boz ordinance prohibiting street meetings and addreasee by aoap - box orators in the congested distrlots Judge Henry C McGinn after hearing the petitioners refused the Injunction without leaving the bench a Montreal police authorities era In favor of a proposal to add several policewomen to the force Japanese Boy Lets Train Run Over Him Special Dtapatek te tha Ckrcolcla WATSONVILLE August J N Mat - suchlta a Japaneee boy ended hla life In a peculiar way near here this afternoon Leaving the Japanese quarter Juat across the river at Watsonvllle Junction he walked over to the Southern Paclflo track and laid down with hla body across the rails A few mo - mente later a train from Santa Cru passed and when the body was picked up tbe bead and arms had been cut oft and all the rlbe broken Matsuchlta worked on a ranch near here and was II yeare of age He la believed to have been homesick L Vi M in THE MICA IXDUSTRV Mica Is produced commercially In eight states North Carolina leading In the Industry riUt ftott flJaistmtes 12 ef t motlt tn tMt OVeat Bvm4 Jtott tha tflmMd naswrs of f styles Indloatsd Tht suits lAemictwa far tvrp4i oxy dssorfprte tXoi might te ffeeek few some f tht styles to eiw treat filoclcten strasf toindows te - mernno A R00S SCOOP 200 New Fall Suits at 25 35 - d 50 scoofl Ytt indeed and Big On ntwtfoftr mtn wovid feature it as a front fre ttery and we venture U iay that ne front fage ttery printed in this paper to - day mil interest scores of women as much as will this news ef J00 Fall Suits at 2505 3800 and 8000 For Theyre Advance Shaw ModelsWonderfully Handsome Styles and as Remarkable in Value as They Are Brilliant In Beauty And theyre here ts the result of one of those rare purchases in which Fortune Energy Determination and Good Judgment all act cooperatively to the maximum of their individual efficiency From some of tha foremost American style masters they come stamped with extreme Individuality and character Different from any inita that have tvtr come Into this store and not duplicating any other suits that to our knowledge hive come or are likely to come to any other itors In this section of the Southwest they ate superb authoritative expressions of the new modes for fall Beaatlfnl beyond expression Tee JYeee eft To Illustrate The coats are U Inches 41 inches lone in tha r back designed In general along vary decided cut away lines with snort ana medium long fronts running to very Ions backs with rounding square or tha new spade shape Prom 1 to - button models are included Some with frog fastenings extreme elaborate T - C t - X M1S M The most exceptional values that have ever been brought to tha writera notice in advance of the season in which their fashions will prevail at 35 35 and 80 or a price approaching 80 It is not to be wondered at that some of those who are most expert judge of suit values in this stores organization guessed them at 75 and even more when asked for their opinion 00 Suite all told to make aa rrent that should arouse the enthusiasm of every woman at the same time that it becomei an earnest reproduction of the on - usual nature of the activities that are already well qnder way to make Roos the fashion center of San Francisco The Hon fCmarty Citu tpnoN tqaAc rtusmfiafs arts bcaat - STOCKTON HOUSEKEEPERS OPPORTUNITY at our Semi - Annual August Linen Sale have past which has just betfun Preparations for this great sale been going on for several months l i n i iiurope s oest nax weavers nave cooperated by sending us their surplus output as well as their mill - ends and factory samples at such great price concessions that will enable us to make this sale the largest and best we ever attempted both as to variety and values Table Linens Napkins Doilies Runners Hemmed and Hemstitched Sheets Pillow Slips Embroidered Bed Spreads Towels Mill Ends of Table Linens Toweling Crash i An Expert Staff of Linen Salesmen Will Be on Duty to Serve Yon NOTE To Clubs Apartment Houses and Hotels we suggest early choosing New Models for Fall Are Here for Your Approval in Our Spacious Well Lighted Salons Second Gallery Many of these are direct from Paris others are Paris - inspired This exhibition of Gowns Suits Coats Wraps and Hats embraces the modes that will predominate this Fall The Demi - Saison Hats These have velvet brims with transparent crowns of lace or maline Sailors of Satin Antique are very chic We have them in the correct Laces and Trimmings Our first advance shipment of the new Laces and Trimmings for Fall 1913 have arrived It includes a large variety of the new Fleurette Garnitures and fashionable Shadow Laces v For the Correct Thin in Stationery Visit Our Stationery Shop First Floor colors M 5 I m m I fli t m m ft til I 1 PI m ft M k U k New Hats for Motoring Patent leather crowns lined and faced with colors i A JStM A M4Hi t rAm t StZZSU JT i rT9 w - 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