The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on January 14, 1903 · 6
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The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California · 6

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Wednesday, January 14, 1903
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THE EXAMINER. SAN FRANCISCO". JANUARY 14, 1903. WEDNESDAY n WEDNESDAY GENEHOUSDDIVATION FOR THE IH OBSERVATORY MASTER Of LODGE t CONCOCTS HOLD-UP f&3. m Carnegie Institute Will Give 54,000 Annually for Indefinite Period to Be Used in Astronomical Research. University Regents Add a Department of Electricity to the Industrial Equipment of the Wilmerding School, Tour thoumrd dollar! annually for an In fcrflclt cumber ft In the sum the EarnfBla Institute ct Washington has de rAA ttt ive the Lick Observatory (or brlEloal and aciantlflc research. rrealdent Benjamin Ide Wheeler made this fact knon to the Regrets c( the State rolverilty yesterday at tbclr incetlnR In the Hopkins Institute. "We hope," be said, "to get more In time from this Institution for research In other directions. The Carnegie Institute baa pro vlded not only the means for Independent pork in the observatory, but It baa riven the University the opportunity to appoint lie assistants for there researches." The Institute bus not fixed any period when tbese gifts arc to cease, but the assurance Is given that tbey will continue for several years. President Wheeler announced that the ETnlverslty of California will bo visited by members of the Legislature next Friday. iK delegation Is coming down from Sacramento to inspect the Institution and learn Its needs. Ho asked the Regents to participate in the affair. The exercises will open at 11 o'clock. Luncheon will follow the programme. Regent C. W. Flack, who presided at the meeting, called for an election for treasurer, vacant by the death of Louts Slots. The vote w as In favor of I. W. Hellman Jr. cf the Union Trust Company. Mr. Hellman save a bond for $100,000. Tbe Regents decided to add a department ef electricity to tbe industrial training course of tbe Wilmerding School. Tbe plea for such a department came from George iA. Merrill, the director of tbe school. In his communication to tbe Board of Regents be fctated: THK LI MO OV WORK. To begin with the next school year. July 1, 5903. I would recommend the addition of a Department of Electricity. It bas been our policy to develop along tbe line of the building trade rather than the machinery trades, cd in order that this new department may fcarmonlze with this Idea It will be our aim not to engage In the construction of dynamos r other heavy electrical icarblneryi but to devote our efforts more particularly to teaching the practical applications of electricity in dwellings, orace nunaings, etc. ucn work as wiring buildings tor lighting. Installation ef annunciator systems, telephones, elevator emce, medical and Cental appliances, electroplating, electrotrplng, operation of light fac tory machinery, etc. Such a department will not only be useful In offering youths an opportunity to learn electrical working as a trade, but it will also make it possible for the boys In our architectural department and some of the other trade to acquire tn a practical way that Incidental knowledge of electricity 'which nowadays seems necessary for every-body. The Regents approved of tbe general plan and agreed with Mr. Merrill that it would be advisable to have it in running order when the school opens aft eg vacation next kummer. A communication was read from A. S. Baldwin offering to dispose of the Santa Clara marsh land owned by the University fct $20 an acre. The University owns 1,250 sicres. The matter was referred to tbe Flood Endowment Committee for investigation. The Regents appointed E. B. Willoughby h helper in tbe mining laboratory from the D5tb inst, to the end of the term. His salary will be $75 a month-It was reported that the Alpha Signa JDelta of the Los Angeles High School had made its first payment. $116, toward its scholarship in tbe University. The Regents received a letter of thanlts tfrom the Japanese class of the extension kourse for the services of Yoshi Kuno, the pnstructor, and the privilege of being able bo study this Oriental language. f t t If 4-4. William T. Baggett. STORY TO ROB EM LI Delivery Wagon Driver Short in His Accounts I ells the Police That Two Highwaymen Take $65 From Him, Two Little Bovs Tell What They Saw and Then the Dishonest Employee Confesses and Informs on Accomplice, MASON C 0 ELABORATELY STLLED NEW ADVBRTIIEalttJVT. A bold plan to rob the A B C D Special Delivery Company of $t5 was discovered last night, when the driver of ono of the wagons, Bert Nelson of 328ft Tenth street, reported to the police that be bad been held up and robbed by two mugs at 7 o ciock at Bay and Webster streets. Under the cross-questioning of Detective O'Dea, Nelson broke down and confessed that the supposed hold-up was merely a schema which he bad concocted with two frieuds for the purpose of making away with the funds which he had collected dur In tbe course of tbe day. In his first story to tbe police jseison stated that in company with two young boys be had driven to Bay and Francisco streets for the purpose of making a deliv ery, and that two men nan mere stepped out and compelled him to yicia up bo, tnc entire amount which be bad in his posses sion. He further delared'tbat bo had been struck repeatedly by tbe robbers. Tbe two boys bad a different story to ten. Tbey were Eddie Rosener of 1246 Fifth street and David Wort bum It h of TSbft sixtn C . r II t T isueei, ueuuei uvi-i menu jcon ui wr, beatS 0T HOnOr fOr I ermi Tbey stated that Nelson bad stopped bis Horse ana wauea across a vacant. 101 to taut to two men whom he stated were bis friends. In his second statement Nelson gave tbe name of Patrick Kape of 917 Natoma street as one of his accomplices, and stated that be did not know- the name of tbe second one. Kane, wnen approacnea oy me ac- tectlves, surrendered the money. Both he and Nelson were arrested and placed upon the detinue book. Nelson gave as tbe reason for his act the fact that be was short in bis accounts. Previously during tbe day he bad collected $15 for the firm and paid It to them on a private account, alleging mat ne naa borrowed it. Hosiery and Handkerchiefs Lalles Hosiery-Fine quality It'slo thread, In drop etltoh effects; embroidered Insteps; silk stripes. All imported goods that have been selling at 50o and 75o. Q ql Reduced to...palru"i1' Black Stockings-Fine quality, with spliced heels, toes and soles. Hermsdorf Dye, which Is a guarantee that they are absolutely fast black; regular value 25 cents 10 n pair pair IO( . Ladies' Handkerchiefs Pute Linen, In many dainty styles, such as lace and incertlon, lace edge embroidery and hemstitched and embroidery. Such as are usually fT-sold at 25c... each I' , The expense of moving Is enormous, Any one who has ever tried It can testify as to the correct new of that statement. Think, then, what It means to attempt moving the stock and fixtures of a large store. We have thought of It already and have come to the conclusion that we will be better off by cutting prices and selling the goods In' this storeright now not to move It, if we can help. Certainly you are better off if you buy at cut prices. Pure Wool Henrietta. All colors, Regular QO value 50o....yard"'c Black SllkS -Heavy Pure Silk Tatieta, CQ-21 inches wide; yd Corded Wash Silks Bet quality, Imported for the Spring Season; pretty stripes, checki, plaids and plain while. Regu- Qf!n tar value 50c; yard wsJfc Tallorei SultS-Dress and Pedestrian Suits, in black, brown, navy, gray and castor; fine quality Serges and Cheviots. Worth 14.50 to Q Of 16.50 O.OO Infants' Outfits Complete 3 Infants' Long Cam-brio Slips at 25c... .75 3 Infants' Embroidered Long Slips at 50c 1.50 2 Infants' Long Flannel Skirts at75o...l,50 2 Infants' Long Flannel Pinning Blankets at 50o ,1.00 3 Infants' Flannel Bands at lOo 30 2 Infant Hand-made Booties at lOo 20 6 Infants' Bibs at 5c. .30 21 Pieces for. .. 5.55 Family Rubber Good We are not going to carry R ubber Goods In our new store, so heve cut the price of every Hot Water Bag and Syringe. Fountain Syringes reduced to 43c, 53o, 63c, 88c Bulb Syringes reduced to... .28c, 43c, 88c, 1.18 Combination Water Bags and Syringes reduced to... 83c. 93c, 1.18 Hot Water Bottles reduced .... ..38c, 43c, 53c Marvel Whirling Spray i. 2.75 1 Pacific, No, 136, With High and Solemn Ceremonial, Inducts Officials to Their The newly elected officers of raciflc Lodge, No. 136, Free and Accepted Masons, were installed last night at B'nal B'rith Hall, some COO members and visitors from sister lodges being present. Tbe ceremonies were conducted by Past Master I. P. Kincald, as sisted by J. W. Anderson as marshal. Tbe offloars installed were: William T. Baggett, worshipful master; George L. Darling, senior warden; Freder Ick L. Hansen, junior warden; John F. Ken ile, treasurer; George Pcnlingtou, secre tary; William Grant, marshal; Andrew Walker, senior deacon; George E. Jackson, junior deacon; R. II. Murray and Lou la K. Compton, stewards; Philip Rlegeluaupt, tyler; Benjamin Clark, organist. The retiring master, I. P. Klncaid, was presented with a jewel emblematic of the order. The presentation on behalf, of the lodge was made by I. J. Aschhclm. A Shrtners' Jewel waa given to J. W. Anderson in appreciation of services rendered to the organization. At the conclusion of tbe installation supper was. served. Martin Jones acted as toastmaster. After supper there were speeches and music. LABOR CONVENTION'S WORK. An error was Inadvertently made In tbe published report of tbe proceedings of the labor convention held at B'nal B'rith Hall Monday evening, by which it appears that tbo agreement made on tbe recommendation of the Executive Council of the American Federation of Labor was made tbe basis of I the work of tbe convention. This resolution nd others relating to the same subject were I laid over until tbe next session on Monday evening next BOAT BUILDERS ELECT. Boat Builders' Protective Itiion, No. 16, has lected officers as follows: President, John Waltbower: Vice-President. Gus J u risen; Treasurer, Charles McMichael; Financial Sec retary, John V. lirannan; Recording secre tary, lien i j' oppennan; uuiae, &rnest uieiow. Witches, diamonds and Jewelry. Easy pay ments. I'. 8. Watch Co., 640 Market St.. room B. DOMESTIC INFELICITIES. Mrs. Florence E. Cunningham Tells About Married Life. 1 Six months ef married life Eufflctd to con rince Mrs. Florence E. Cunningham, formerly tMits Florence Miller, of this city, that she piad made a mistake. In a complaint fllfd j cs pwrday she tells an exciting story of encoun ters with her husband during the last twenty pays. On June 12. JKC, she was married to William iA.. Cunningham at Seattle. They came here Do live a few months later. Until December tftih there was no serious disagreement, but rn that date he struck several vicious blont, the complaint alleges, with a hairbrush. On Panuary 10th, tbe complaint states, Cunning tarn, while dining in a restaurant, tore her gloves into strips una then threw cayenne pper in ber eyes. Siuce that date they have fceen living apart. Suits for divorce have alho been filed by (Cora I. Daly sgainht William A. Daly, a clerk lamploytd by the Santa. Fe Katlroad, on tbe atrouiid of desertion; Ixlla Dcnmun from E J. Iienman for neglect; Addle Kpps from Alara aS. Edps for ngit'( t. Judge G baui granted a divorce yesterday, to yesfcie J. torter, an actres-s at pn-seLt on the w jork t'agp, H oiu nil liui-raud, Glrard loster. on the ground of 5i k rtion. Mri. Fos ter Is the daughter of Mrs. L. Mjer of i (irove street, bbe wrnt to .New lork to fmlbb hw (preparation for the stage, and while, tbere married Foster. Tbe ceremony was rier formed at the Cbun b of the TiansfiguraUon Irn December 3, 110. On the following day .Joster deserted bib wife, acd they have con tinued to live apan. Mff. Fos-ter and her mother, who are mill In the Fast, gave their testimony by deposition. John T. Cannon, a brother nf Attorney. Will 5am M. Cannon, but bwn granted a divorca tfrom his wife, Frances Cannon, on the ground r oeseruon. ins wue leit imn aner aquarrel wcicn as wuneea uy wnittaner itay on of Prison Director Donald Hay. Youu tutj teuueu iu uir iiubiimuq b Dt-Lau. Divorces have albo been granted to the fn! lowing: Viola Hauser from fanford Haustr George F. Morey from Mary Alcrty. FATAL FALL DOWN ST A IRS. Aeorg9 vaiBD, a isoorer rony-nve yearg eld, fell downstairs in the lodging-bouse at Mission street yesterday morning, re eeivlng injuries which caused tenant death He had brok&n bis neck. Some years ago he was well known as a district engineer of the aire Department or this city. BOSS BARBERS INSTALL. The Master Barbers' Association beloj smoker last night at W'bJcb lt recently elected fflcer were inducted by Past President H Bernard. Tbese were installed: President, William Fsuth; Vlce-Pretldent, C. Bernard Fecretarr. Walter J. Yarrow; Treasurer. Will lam Bloomheart; Bergeant-at-Arms, James H, Ttoland: Tjrstees. Ixmis Conrad. A. F. berpi nd Fred Knipsthlid. Addressers were mads trr Fraacls Drase of tb f tat Board of Bar. r Kiamlnera, Past President Louis Conrad jvaJur Yarrow and 11. Berna0. GOES TO NEW ORLEANS TO STAND TRIAL. Scion of Prominent Family Wanted on Forgery Charge. Detectives R. B. Stubbs and T. Ranee of the New Orleans police force arrived iu San Fran rlHco last nlRht for the purpose of taking Clarence Rein to New Orleans to be tried for forgery. It Is alleged that Rein, with a companion, roUbed the Fruit Dispatch Company of about JW.OOo. Tbo money, It Is alleged, was Ob tatned bv raising the amount of different or ders, and then collecting upon mem. ine forgeries extended over a period of two years Rein comes of a prominent family in New Or leans, and was arrested about a week ago in this city, after eluding the officers for nearly a year. The ordinary almanac doe not make any pretense of 11-luatrntlnff it articles. "The American Almanac" la pro-fnaely Illustrated with photographic illustrations, and all Its maps are lu colors. Address Almanac Department "The Kiauilncr," San Francisco, Cal, ARRESTED FOR BURGLARY. Dora Davis, a colored woman, living at 2329 Beach street, complained to the police last night that her home had been entered and ber trunk burglarized of $10 in gold and some ribbons. Loon the testimony of Henry Brown Jack Welsh was arrested for the crime and booked at the City Prison on a charge of bur 1 glary. Welsh is an ex-BOldier. M2W ADVERTISEMENTS. ARE YOU GROWING DEAF? DO YOU WANT TO BE CURED? W hile Om. Shores make no pretensions to curing ALL PEAK Is n fael that many so-called "lt I ll AllLKS" nna relief hi iob nannn i mrt Master fcprelalists. JR. MIOH !;,' Tit KATHKST KOII iifiAr.nKns is niK HESt l.T OK YEAKS OK t'AHFKI I, STl I1Y aud an EXPERIENCE gained from Pi:itM AM.V treating III MltEl)S of eases. THEY OKTE (THE Y 1IEHE OTIIEHS II AVE FAILED. If r. HhMRIftAii snffor frnm caTAIIHII. ASTHMA or 1,1 G TTlOt ni.K. Ir. Shnrri invite von tn lake mlvantnae of their SrECIAI. OFFER THIS WEEK nf a FMEE EXAMINATION, EH EE ADVICE and "A FRE1 TKI AIi TIIKATMI1NT' FROM THE XKW INSTBilMEfVT. Do not delay. AI PLY AX Y DAY THIS WEEK. tO.NSlLTATION FREE FOR AX Y DISEASE. DEAFNESS CURED The Treatment That Cures x - f m i sr ri tn iijiw f f MARKET. TAYLOR STREETS AND mmm i GATE AVE. J GOLDEN SHOE, r WITH Tjm GOODS 05 'IM I " SATS THE SAW. i.iavtw Tnp fast MARKS -IS THE BLACK BOTTOMED VVwIS' w mrmwrm - AUD F1HDIH' 'EM PLEWTT I Mt. . "G1VW 'EM PAINTED HEMLOCK, AT AW OAK SOLE PRICE. AHD SMOKIW GOOD CIGARS ON THE DIFFERENCE. . . aavaaamaBBWBwmaaMssaaaaa Every Regal shoe has an Oak sole, which adds a dollar to the wear, at no extra cost to you. Ninety pet cent of other ihoes sold at $3.50 bave cheap substitutes for Oak soles, as out window tests prove. t Sold only in 45 Regal Stores from New York to San Francisco and London. SAN FRANCISCO STORE, S. W. Corner Stockton and Geary Streets. Alio by Mail DIED. (In order to secure absolute correctness in an nouncements of funerals, frieuds of the deceased should bring notices to tbe bualness office of "Tbe Examiner," southeast cor. Market and Third sts.) WILLIAM E. BRIAN, Lost Hearing- Restored at 80 Years 1VILMAM EVEUMONT BKY AN. 548 1'ai'lflc a euuo, Alam&da, I'al. Mr. Krysn says: "I am I my eightieth year and have lived lu tbe same block in Ala meda for tweniy years. good many people know roe 1 LOST MY HEARING in my ilKbt ear about three years ago. I waa TOTALLY PEAK in that ear so drat t could not bear a thlug out of It. The olbcr ear was also affected. This was my condition nlion ! applied to Urs. Shores (or treatment. I have t routed v illi other doctors for my Ueuf-' nesa, but their treatment never did me any good. I can say lrs. hhores treatment helped ine from thp stHrt. After I had taken THREE treatments from Pm. Shores I FELT MY LOST HEARING RETURNING, and at the end of six weeks I COULD IIEAU MY WATCH TIDE PLSTINCTIJY from tbe deaf ear. My cartsrrh In my bead aud eczema on my nose and fate ar- much better. MY HEAP, WHICH WAS STOPPED I P, IS NOW CLKAK. aud I breathe itood tbrouijb my nose. It Is now two years sluce I slopped Prs. Shores' treatment, and 1 ian my the gd rnMiilis recelVfrt from Prs. Shores' treatment have been PERMANENT. There tits bei n No HETt'KX of my DE'FNESS. I heartily recommend Prs. ShoreB & Shores to all lu need of roiupeteut blip. (Signed) WILLIAM E. BRYAN. B46 Pacitlc avenue. Alameda, Cal. Iteineniher. uf ler yon have tested the new treatment free. If you desire to continue the treatment, Drs. shores' lurire praetive enables them tn offer priees anil terms within the easy reach of all. 15 a month for ail catarrhal chronic diseases. AH meilielnes free. WE TREAT AND CURE InS. MIOItKS OT M,Y ClltK CATARRH, but they CI Hi: Stomach Troubles, Nerrous Diseases, Kidney Plmases, Blailder Troubles, Heart Plseases, Diseases of the Slomscb and Dowels, piles, Elstuln aud Kertal Diseases. Pemsle Complslnta, Diseases of Women and hlldren. Itb'kets, Spinal Troubles, Skin Diseases. Deafness, Asthma, Bronchial and Lung Troubles, Rheuuiattsru. Hay l ever, Neuralgia, Hysteria, Eye and Ear Diseases, Goitre or Big Neck, Grippe, Lost Sirength. Diseases of the Prostate Gland, etr.; Blond Diseases, Special Plseases, 'rloocele, Scrofula ami all forifis of Nervous snd Chronic Diseases (that are curable). Call or write. O flics Honrs -9 a. m. to 4:30 p. va.i Erenlngs, 6.30 to 8; Sundays and Holidays, 10 a. m. to 12 noon. DRS. SHORES & SHORES, EXPERT SPECIALISTS, 933 rSatcat Bane, Mrs. Llllie E. 44 MeGoulgle, Cornelius iwman, Mrs. Agues To years. Bergk, Una i9 years. Mahar, Annie 64 years. Cabin, Carolina C. 11 J Matthews, Lawrence -u Carles, Sarah A. 47 yrs. Merrlmun, Lena W. Collin, Martha G. 48 y Nelson, Edward 1L 1 J. Corcoran, Mrs. Eliza M. Newman. ietta-iH yrs. Corda, Victor 511 years. Olney, Charles E. 77 y. Cowen, Philip vi years O Meara, jjenms at yrs. Pali, Christopher C 43 O'Shanuessy, Mury 01 j Doboney, James 73 yrs. Phillips, Sarah !). 7tf y. Elaherty, Aggie. Pierce, ticnryu years. Flaherty, Auuie. Rice, John J. 5 months. Pox, Michael J.-3 yrs. Ryan, Patrlek-tiO years. Hales, Clifford B. 18 y. Shea, Catherlne-72 yrs. Haley, Cyril 11 months Shean, Maurice A. ofl y. Hansen, Anc K. 80 yrs. Shields, Charles E. 1 y. Hlrsihfelder, Antout-UO Slaaeke, Jano-75 years. Kane, t'brlatopber 00 y I'ahtlnen, Seraphena 28. Lufontalne, Emma A. Walcott, Sarah A .53 y. 75 tears. Walsh. George IL 45 y. Levlngstooi, Jacob. Webster, Juliet 14 years McEnbill, Joseph U.-25 Wood, Robert M. 30 yrs, BANE In Oskland, January 12, Mrs. LIHie E Bane, niece of Mrs. xnomas ueuara oi .ues, a native of Massachusetts, aged 44 years 8 months and 20 days. RARROWMAN In this city, JnnusiT 13, Agnes. beloTCd wife of John Barrownian and mother of James and Thomas Barrowmau ana wrs. uiua betb Samuall, a nutUe of Scotland. BERGK In this city, January 12, Una, dearly beloved wife of Anton Bcrgk and sister of Mrs, Anton Stler snd John, Louis and Henry Schmidt, a native of Baden, Germany, aged 20 years 1 month and 1 day. Friends and aeauaintances are respect. fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day (Wednesday), st 1 o'clock p. m.. from her late e.iHnnee 12S Douzluss street.' between Seven teeuth and Eighteenth. Interment, Mount Olivet Cemetery. (lAHlLL In Vallcjo, January 13, Caroline C lielnved daughter of Martin and Elizabeth Cahlll and loving sister of John, Henry, Julia, Mar garet, Lizzie and Willie Cahlll and Mrs. John rntjHirke of San Francisco and the late Laura R. Cablll. a native of Vallcjo, aged 21 years and 23 days. Friends and scauslutances sre respect fully Invltedi o sttend tbe funeral to-morrow (Thursday), at 8:30 o'clock i. in., from the family realdence. South Vallcjo: thence to St. Vincent's Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of ber soul. Interment, (St. Vincent's Cemetery. CARLES In this city, January 12, Sarah Ann, beloved wife of H. II. Carles and mother of Ada Joseph, Adelaide snd Eugene Carles, a native of Eugland, aged 47 years 1 month and 26 days. I'rleuds and acquaintances are respect fully Invited to attend the funeral to morrow Thursday l. at 10 o'clock a. ui., from her late residence, 33f2 Twenty-sixth street. Interment, Cypress Lawn Cemetery, by carriage. Please omit flowers. COLLINS In this city, January 12, Martha O., dearly beloved wife of the lute Patrick Collins, lovlug mother of Jeremtab P., John J. aud Catherine Collins, Mrs. H. C. Alexander, Mrs. J. P. Rooiiey and the late Eugene Collins and sister of Miles A lima n, a native of Itockfleld, Klllarney, Couuty Kerry, Ireland, aged 48 years 3 uionlhs and 1 day". The funeral will take place to-day (Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from tbe residence of ber daughter, Mrs. H. C. Alexander, 310 Plxley street, between Elllruore and Stetner and Filbert aud Greenwich streets; thence to St. Vincent de Paul's Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for tbe repose of ber soul at W o'clock a. m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. CORCORAN In this city, January 13, at 261S California street, Eliza M., relict of John Corcoran, a watlve of Ireland.' Notice of funerul hereafter. CORDA-ln this city, January 12, Victor Corda, a native of Switzerland, aged B3 years. Friends and acquaintances arc respect fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day (Wednesday), st 2 o'clock p. m., from (he parlors of Theodor Pierks, H57 Mission street, between Fifth and Sixth. - Interment, Laurel Hill Cemetery. COWEN In Santa Rosa, January 12, Philip, be loved husband of Hanchen Coweu, father of Mrs. B. Jacobs and Uattio, Joseph, Prod snd Alex. Cowen and brother of Mrs. B. Levy aud Mrs. J. Batt. a native of Prussia, aged 72 years. (New 'York papers please ropy.) Funeral from the, residence of Mrs. B. 1cvy, 1S14 Post street, to-morrow (Thursday), at 10 o'clock a. tn. Tlease omit flowers. Cremation prtvste. DALlr-In this city, January 11, Christopher O. Pall,' a native of San Francisco, aged 43 years 4 months snd 28 days. Tbs funeral services will take place to-day (Wednesday), at 1:30 o clock p. m from tbe parlors of Halsted & Co., bid Mission street, interment private DOHONEY In this city, January 12, James, bo loved husband of Ann Dobouey and father of the late Philip C. Pohoney, a native of New 1 ork, aged 73 years. (New Xork papers please copy, i Friends and scquslutanet's sre respect fully Invited to stteud tbe funeral to morrow iTrrursdayi, at 11 o'clock a. m., from the par lors of J. C. O'Connor & Co., 707 Mission street Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery FLAHERTY In this city, January 12, Aggie, be loved daughter of James snd Margaret Haberty a native ui an r runcisco. The funeral will take place to-day (Wednesday), at 9:30 o'clock a. tn., from ber late resjaeuce, Xi4 Chattanooga street; thence to St. James' Church, where a requiem high mass win no eeienratea for tbe repose of ber soul commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Interment prl vaie. FLAHERTY In this city, Janunry 13. at the rest deuce, 413 Baker street, Annie Flaherty, beloved sister of the late Margaret Clusby and Mr Delia Pol n ii, a native of Arren Island, Couuty Muiway, ireiana. FOX In Oakland, January 13, Michael J., beloved son of Daniel and tbe late Mary Fox, a uatjve of Alameda, aged 3 years snd 8 months. HALCK In this city, January 12, Clifford Elmore, beloved sou of Albert T. and Albertlne Halck and brother of George L. Halck, a native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 18 years 6 months snd 1 day. Friends aud acquaintances are respectfully Invited to ntteud the funeral to-morrow (Thursday), at 1 o'clock p. in., from the parlors of Ibe Western Addition Funeral Directors, 1724 Pevlsadero street, between Sutter and Bush. Interment, Laurel Hill Cemetery. DALEY In this city, January 12, Cyril, dear baby of M. J. and the lute Mury Kate Haley, a native of San Francisco, aged 11 months and 7 days. Tbo funeral will tuke place to-day (Wednesday), at 10 o'clock a. in., from tbe parents' residence. 2707 Laguna street. Interment, IJoly Cross Cemetery, by electric car from Eighteenth and Guerrero streets. HANSEN In East San Jose. January 8, Ane Klrstine, beloved wife of It. Hansen and mother of Petrlue, Johanna. Mary, Niels J. and John C. Hansen, a native of Denmark, aged 80 years & moiuns ana aays. HIR SC'H FEEDER in this city, January 12, An-tonl, beloved father of John SCycblluskl, brother-in-law of Wanda Hirschfeldur snd uncle of Mrs. A. Czarneckl, Mrs. A. W. McPnerson, Mrs. W. I.. Johnson and Thadeus Hlrscbfelder, a native of Poland, aged 60 years tt months and 211 days. KANE In Oakland, January 10, Christopher. beloved husband of Ellen Kane and father of James C. John A.. William K.. Marr E.. Christopher F. Jr. and Nora C. Kane, a native or county mm a re, ireiaua. sgea no years snd 17 days. (Chicago papers please copy.) Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Thursday), at 0 o'clock a. in., from his lute residence, 1805 Goss street: thence to St. Patrick's Church, where a solemn requiem high muss Will be celebrated for the reiaise of his soul, commencing at 8:30 o'clock a. in, interment, hi. Mary s cemetery, Oak-laud. LAFONTAIN'K Passed to rest, in this City, Jan uary 12, Emma A., Deioveu wife of the late A. J. Lafontalnc anil dearly beloved mother of Pr. Emma C. snd Julius R. Lafoutalne, a native of Stuttgart, Wurtemnerg, Germany, aged 75 years l ruomn ana u aays. The fuuersl .will take place to-day (Wednesday), from ber late residence, 1328 Jackson street. Funeral private. LEV I N G STO N In this city, January 13, Jacob, beloved husband of Amelia Levlugston, father of Lester and Belle Levingston, son of Leah and the late Lazarus J. Levingston and brother of Mrs. Sam Leszynsky, Mrs. Eugene W. Ievy. Mrs. F. H. Merzbacb and Isaac and Benjamin Levingston, a native oi New jora. McKXIULL In this city, January 12, Joseph. Raymond, dearly beloved son of John and the late Eun ce McEnbill ana oeiovea uroinerof John H Peter, Frank, Hugh, I -co and Lena McEnbill and Mrs. A. Glrot, a native of fcau rranclsco, aged 25 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Thursday), at 8:80 o'clock a. m., from his late residence, 2803 Twenty-second street; thenes to St. Peter's Church, where a solemn reanlcm mass will be celebrated for the repose of bis soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery. McGONIGLE lu this city, Jsnuary 11, Cornelius, beloved husband of tbe late Ellen McGonlgle, devoted father of Mrs. Bernard Ward and tbe lata Mrs. Annie Reed, grandfather of Albert J., Edward C. and the late Eleanor Iteed and brother of the late Dentils, Patrick and John McGonlgle, a native of tbe parish of Culdaff, County Donegal, Ireland, aged 75 years and 10 months. full Invited to attend tbs funeral to-day (Yteasrsaayi, ti o clues a. ro., trout aw wis residence, 41 NaUims Streets theses to Bt. Pstrlrk's Church, bsr a requiem high mass Will b celebrated for the pipose ef Ills soul at 8:ao o'clock a, ou luurmiut, Holy Citws Cemetery. UADAR AntUs, widow of Cornelius Vlahsr and Bint ber of airs. William loner, airs. i. wooan-sea aud Jsinss, John, Cornelius, William snd Timothy Msbar, a uutlve of County Cork, Ire land, aged oi years, llloiimouin, n srres evuoiy, Hi., siers please copy.) Friends sud scquslntsncei srs requested In stteud the funeral loiuorruw (ThiirsdaM. st ll.-SO o'clock a, oi., from her lata residence, tan Itafaeli I bene to St. Raphael's muri'U, where a sole ipo high requiem uisss will hs eels- bra ld for the repots or our SOUI. luivrueui, Mount Olivet Ouwlajy. UTTIIKWa-ln Ibis rlty, Jsnusry II, Lawrence, oesrly MlovsQ son or uwo sun bhui-i thews snd belovud brother of James, Eugene, Bernsrd, There" aud Mary Ellen Matthews, a native of Hsa Jfrsuclsco, aged 2 fsaja and 1 day. A member of tbs Boiluimakurs sud Iron Shipbuilders' t'nloo, No. 25. Friends aud scquslntancs sre respect, fully Invited to si tend the funeral today (WedDcsdayi. at 8:HO o'clock a, ui., fruui tb residence of Ills psrents, MlT Teniiesseo street, polrero; Ibeace to Bt. Tervss S Lliurvn, jeunes- see M jwneteawo tirrms, wu.-m ,... .u high mass will I celebrated for lbs repoteof bis soul, commencing st 9 o'clock s. ni. luteruieut, Holy Oust Cemetery. LOPGEH 25 AND 805. BROTHERHOOD BOILER- Makers and mm rnip-uua'rs. in rripirsie.i to sttend the funeral nf onr 1st brother, Law-nee Uatthess. from bis isle heme. IK7 Ten nessee street, today tWednesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m. mi. hrim V-ln this rltr. Jsnusry 12. Iens Wares, beloved wile or r.. ll. sierrinian ana mother uf V. W William snd Alfred U"P KEUtoS-ln Alsuieda, January 12, Edward milling, neiovea "0 oi August sni .ninus Nelson, a native nf Ctllforula, aged 1 year 7 months and 0 days. Friends ana acquaintances srs respect, fully Invited to attend lbs fuuersl to-day (Wednesday), st 1 o'clock p. m., froio ine reai dene, 1017 Regent street, interment, Mountain View ( eoistery. NFWMAN -Iu Ibis city, Jsnusry 13, Velta, be loved wife of Mas .Newman and mother of Harry, Pave, Joe, Ijrna, Esther, I.lllle, Tens and Ids Ncwmsn, a native of Polaud, aged 04 years. OI.NEY-Id Ibis city, Jsnuary 12. Chariot) E Olney, a native of .New lork, aged 77 years. O'MEARA In this city. Jsnusry 12, Dennis O'Meara, lieloved father of Mrs. 11. N. Brown, Mis. S. Bmwo of Palo Alto. Mrs. W. K. Hall of Fresno, Mrs. W. E. Bacon, A. D. snd Una O'Meurs of Modulo, a native of Ireland, aged 02 years. Friends sud acquaintances are respect fully invited to stteud tbe funeral to-morrow (Thursday), at 7 o'clock a. iu., at St. Patrick's Church, Miasiou street, between Third and Fourth, where a requiem hlgb mass will he celebrated for tbe repute of his soul. Interment at Modesto, Cal. Remains at tbe parlors of Halsted 4c Co., I4d Mission street. O'SIUNNESHY-Io this rlty. January 12, Mary, beloved wife of JIU hael c. O abaonethy au neither of John J., Anule E., Mary C. snd Cathe rine I. O hbuuuetsy. a native of Couuty Liuic-r Ick, Ireland, ageri 61 years. Friends aud acquaintances are respect fully Invited to attend tbe funeral to-day (Wednesaayi, st 8:15 o clock a. m., from her Isle residence, 8834 Twenty second street, bear Castro; tbe nee to M. Janus' church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated for tbs repose of her soul, commencing at o'clock a. m., sharp, lotermeut, Holy Cross Cemetery. rHILLIPSIn this city, Jauusry 13. Sarah P. Phillips, a native of lirldgevllle, pel., aged 76 ysara. Interment private. riERCK January 1.1, at his isle residence on Pine streei, Henry Pierce, s native of staudisb, Me., sgd 75 years 4 months snd 13 days. Funeral services will be held at the t'nl tarlao Church to-ninrrow (Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. m., to which bis friends sre Invited. Iutcr meat private. RICE In tbls city, Janusry 13. John Jacob, lie. loved son uf Manuel and Martha Rice, a native or san i-ranclaco, aged & months and 14 days. Iriends snd acquaintances sro respect fully Invited to stteud the fuueral to morrow iThiirsdayi, at 11 o'clock s. m., Jrom bis parents residence, . 352 Alabama street, be. tween Twenty-nftb aud Twcnty-sixtb. Inter ment, Mount Olivet Cemetery. RYAN In this city, January 12. Patrick, beloved husband of the late Catherine Ryan, a native of the parlsb of Minlo, County (ialway, Ireland aged 00 years. (Cbampoou, 111., papers please copy. triesns ana aequslntsuces srs respect ruliy invited to atteud tbe funeral to-day weuuenuoj), si ju o cioci a. m., irutu ine par lors vt tbe Pad tie Lndertakers, 777 Mission street i tneoce to Ht. Patrick's Churcli. where soleuiu requiem mass will be celebrated fur th repose of bis soul, romnM-ncIng st 10:30 o'clock a. m. interment. Holy Cross Cemetery. HUEA in this rltv t.nii.,. If Clu.,'.. Clu. dearly beloved mother of Jnru'es, Ella, William uu nate enes, a native of County Waterford, if ei mi. ageq i. years. Tbe funeral will take place to-day (Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. in., from her late residence, 13A Silver street; tnenco to St Rose's Church, where a solemn requiem mass win tie celebrated for tbe repose of ber soul, commencing at U o'clock a. oi. Interment, Holy iross cemetery. SHEAN In this city, January 13, Maurice A beloved husband of Mary F. Shean and father of Frank. Maurice A. Jr., Utida, Addle, Lee ami Bessie Shean, a native of New York, aged 5! years 7 mouths and 11 days. (New York, Bos tou snd Hooosocket, It. 1., papers please copy The funeral will take place Friday jauuary it), at u::iu o clock a. in., from Li's la reslUeucc, 1240 Adeline street, Oakland; tbtiii- lo me umrca or tn immaculate Coucentii where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of ms soul, commencing at o'clock a. m. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery. SHIELDS-ln Mazatlau, Mexico, December 13. Charlea Fox Shields, a native of Portlaud, Me., aged 02 yeays & moaths aud 3 days. STAACKE In tbla city, January 12, Jane, be- loved wile of George Staacke aud sister of Mrs. Elizabeth Howard, a native of Massachusetts, aged 75 years. The funeral servb'es will be held at Odd Fellows' Cemetery to-day (Wednesday), at 12 o'clock m. Fuueral private. TAHTINEX In tbls city, January 11, Seraphena Tahtlnen, s native or Finland, aged 28 years. Friends snd scouslntsnces sro reneet. fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock p. m., from the parlors of Craig, Cochran & Co., 420 Golden Gate avenue, between Larkin and Polk streets. Interment, Laurel Hill Cemetery. WALCOTT In tbls city, January IS. Sarah A., beloved wife of Ihe late Olaf Walcott snd mother of Edna snd Arthur Walcott and Mrs. Lenora Laeey, a native of Kentucky, aged l2 years 11 mouths snd 30 days. , Friends snd acquaintances are respectfully Invited to attend tbe funeral to-morrow (Thursday), at 2 o'clock p. tn., from the funeral parlors of Torter & White, 122 Eddy street. Interment, Lsurel Hill Cemetery. WALSH In this city. Jsnuary 13, George H. Walsh, beloved father of Mary F. snd George L. Walsh, brother of P. J. Walsh and Mrg. A. E. Wells and uncle of U. F. Wells, a native of New Orleans, aged 45 years. Friends and acquaintances sre respectfully Invited to sttend the funeral to-morrow (Thursday), at 10 o'clock a. m., from the parlors of the Henry J. Gsllagher Undertaking Company, 20 Fifth street; thence to St. Patrick's Church for services. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery, by 11:30 a. m. train from Third and Townseiid streets. WEBSTER In tbls rlty, January 12. Juliet, he-loved daughter of Pbilopcua and tbe late Lyons Webster and sister of Mrs. Harry Jacoby, Mrs. B. J. Joseph and William and Max Webster, a native of Oroville, Cal., aged 14 years snd b mouths. Friends and aequslntsuces sre respectfully Invited to sttend the funeral to-day (Wednesdayi, st 12:30 o'clock p. m from tbe residence of her mother, 502 Van Ness svenue, and thence by 2 p. tu, train to New Salem Cemetery for interment. WOOD In tbls city, January 12, Robert M. Wood, aged 30 years. A member of Cooks' Helpers' Union, Local No. 110. Friends and acquaintances are respect- The following marrlugo licenses have been Issued by llio County Clerk: ' fully invited lo attend tbe funeral to-oosre-sv (Tbuisdsy), at 8 o'clock p. m,, from tbe funeral parlors of Porter A White, 123 Eddy stress, interment, baurei 4.1 1 tl cemetery, ( CAUD OV THANKS. Mrs. Knsuer desires to thank her friends sail sc(iilulsuee, as wull as Pastor J, Kuendallog snq n ivniceris er filarial, tor tn kindness and synipsthy c tended her In her hour of bereavement. .MAltniAGi: MCENHr'S, B ECK A LI S B E KG -M s s Heck, 21, 130 Mayes street; lllaurno Allenherg, 18, lliw Page street. WONHACK-I'INKSTON-Danlel W. Bouaaek. .15, Oakland; Anus I I'lukstou, 33, gaa Francisco, fill KWSTER- BRIFFKTT Fred O. Brewster, 40, i uoicieii unie aveuue, tiesier at, Hllnett, 23, hsa Frandaco. CAItPFATER-O'BRIEN-Blissel p. Csrnenter. i'l, 1013 Devlssdcru struct; Mary F, O'Brien, 'I, 12D1 Turk streei. CI ItTH.MoQru.LAN-Harry E. furls, 27. Irtnl Mission streei; Agnes A. McOjlllto, 22, 8o3 L'Uhin street. ANTOZZI-B1NK-Arhim Fsntozzl, 521 rill, more street; Amulla Ulne, 21, 073 McAllister alreet. UAN'IFIN WOR.SDALK Asher A. flsnlfln. 5.V osktsua; hlvlna Vlprsdale, 2i, 24A tlllver street. 11 ICK E Y-4 II V l.Y. R- J a toes 3, Hlckey, 4H. fit Mltb street ; Msry A. Shuler. 40. fit Sixth Street. K.N'sKN RATH! EM Jens C. Jensen, 20, Qono. imu; hi nine Kaihjen, 24, Ssn Francisco, JOHVSON-JOCELYV-J.ibns V. Johnson. 26. sileJo; Josephine E. Joeelyn, 23, Vallcjo. ' JORDAS-EM'ENOZA-:iprano Jordin. SB. 228 Minna street; Calsllna Espenoxa, 8 Csroline plsi-e. K I. A R E FO X B Conra d K. Vf. Klare. 2I. fli4X Clay street; JIary K. Foxe, 28, 13H5 Lackla street. KO.S-Iini,ZMAN'V-Hanio J. km. 31. I2t I tab street; Wselairgs llolimtna, 23, Hsn Fran-Cisco. LKDDY-IIANAVI.V-a. Minor f-ddy. 25. 04 1 Second avenue; Mario K. Hanatlu, 22, 2712 eventnenth airevt. LEWIS-M.-GLFK-Julliis T. Lewis. . 415 Jones street; Margaret E. McGuff, 20, Woodland. McCANN-CooK-Warner McCann, 24. Mexico City; JIary K. Cook, 23, 3130 Washington street. MAPSEN-NIEIXE.N'-Jobn ti. Madsn. 43. .",10 Thlrty-8rst svenuej Marie K. Nielsen, 23. San Francisco. MINMCH-HOBIilNS-Tliomss J re moot. I'etiis,; Georgia F. Golden Gsto avenue. MPLIJCR L.VCKEMAN Frits Muller. 27. 1418 Polk stn ei; rricda Lackeman, 23, 1211 Usven-worth street. NISJA KN'l'DSEN Hans Nlsis. 30, Minncspolis; Larmea u. anudseu, 30, Molley, Minn. N EL80N-L A N N Job n G. Nelson. 35, Han Fran- Cisco; Lbrlstlns Lanu, 32, .San Francisco. NOLAN COOK E Frank 3. Nolsn. 2S. Fresno! Beatrico A. Covke, 23. San Francisco. I'ERATA- LAGOMARSINO Plerro Tersts, 27. Seventh street; Msria Lagomaraluo, 19, 8uo Seventh Street. rETEIWON-H AM BACH Albert A. Petero. 2.t, San traiuls'-o; Minerva Haubsch, 22, Ssa Francisco. QCINN-PRESTOV-Mlchse! Qulnn, 24. 19 Mar. get street; untie u. Ptv-atoo, 21, Sacramento. tALMON-STKEN-Willlsm 8. Pslmon. 25. 1104 Market street; Agnes F. Sto, 22, 1030Vs Miaoa street. SATTISTARDAf'I Peter T. Fatri. 28, 2114 Powell street; Maris C. Scardsel, 23, 2114 Tow. .ell street. BVKVDSEN-BROWS-AxsM W. Hvendn, 57. 2027 Isylor street; Mollle C. Brown, 27, 2i2T Taylor street. . Mlnnlch, 23, Robblns, 21, Ml BORX. Bl bil-ln Sacramento, Decern tier 30, to the wife of bamuei i. tiusn, a daughter. GARDINER January 12, to tbo wife of Ales. 8, Gardiner, a son. Ml'KUANE-To tbe wife of John Murrsno. a sou. MARRIED. UANIFIN WORSDALE In tbls city. January 12, by the Rev. A. C. Bane, pastor of Howard-street Methodist Church, Asber A. Hanlflo of Oakland snd Elvlns Worsdsle of San Francisco. WILLIAMS DK MARAXVILLE In tbls rlty. January 10. by tbs Iter. Francis M. Larkin, Robert V. Williams snd Etbel A. De Maraovllle, both of San Francisco. . . KarvaKar FLORAL DESIGNS 107 POWLL"l"ELUS:-5505$ SHIBELEY, THE FLORIST 25 PER CENT REDUCTION IN FLORAL DESIGNS. .111 Salter. Phone Grant 107. le REMOVED TO NEW STORE United Undertakers Funeral Directors snd Embalmed. Formerly in Metropolitan Temple; now at 884 Mission st, bet 4tb and 6th, near 6th: teU South 167. Finest equipments tt moderate rates. HNiTiiATrAtnnsioTucS? tors to Flanagan k Gallagher, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS, 20 Fifth street. Telephone Sdutn 80. Opposite Lincoln Reboot. DANIEL P. DONOVAN. Manager. JAMEU McGl.VM & CO Formerly with McGinn Bros., Have Opened New FUNERAL PAR'OM at 214 EDDY STREET. TeJpjjhjneuthJ7fl Eugene McGinn. JIcGIXX BROTHERS, FUNERAL DIRECTORS. 224 and 226 McALLISTEB 8T., S. F. Telephone South 252. Formerly 81 Eddy st. McFADDEN, McBREARTY GREEN Funeral Directors and Etubalmera, 1171 MISSION STREET, bet 7th and 8th. Poons South 44. Tu BENNETT, SPECIALIST FROM LONDOS, JJ England, quickly and thoroughly cures men whose powers are falling, organa weak or diseased, system run down from early dissipation, etc. Hia treatment used in all principal hospitals of Europe. No case is hopeless. Consultations free. Satisfactory treatment Befit privately by mail. Call or address DOCTOR BENNETT, 103 Ellis St., San Francisco. (Charges reasonable.) Louis Llpman and wife to A. D. PlJIn, lot on West line of Fifth, 84 feet south of C street, mith 25.38 by west 05; $10. Samuel O. Blgelow to Uultck & Wetberbee. lot on northwest line of Natoma street, 170 feet northeast of Fourth, northeast 77:x80; $5. Henrv Schummel (deceased) to Berths fiebam-mel lot on north Hue of I-ombard street, 100 feel west of Powell, west 17:6x137:6; $3,500. Thomas J. Gallagner and wife to John Lucstsen, lot ou south line of Oak street, 81 :3 feet east of Scott east 25x75; $10. Hobart Estate Company to John I. Drlscoll, lot on west line of Guerrero street, 180 feet north of Fifteenth, north 25x131:0; $2.300. 4.44 rHHrnmH s) M M M M M M .t t hTHC CVa miMnmcit riDnil ATIHIM f '. . uity ana county of San Francisco, 1 State of California. . . . . .,..-,.. Personally sppeared before me F. E. Peterson, hesd bookkeeper lor Tns a Francisco Examiner," who, being duly sworn, deposes and aays: That tnc 1 daily average distribution of "The Examiner" for the month of November, HW2, was Q3.5O8 PAID CIRCULATION. Agents 38,716 Carriers 63,843 Single wrappers to Pottofflct subscribers T1!T OtBc ! 8,531- 02,276 Jfixcnansres, AdTeriisers auao jumpioyees. To employees, Postofflce and Wells-Fargo's, exchanges, Eastern agents, lies, advertisers and charity 4 B83 Returned by railroad news agents snd Eastern hotels. 45 Unsold In efflcs and samples.... 4V04 1,232 103,508 F. B. PETERSON. Subscribed and sworn to before ate this 15th day of December, 1902. Seal. 1 JAMES It, KING, Notary Pnblie In and for tbe City and County of San Francisco, State of California. friends snd acansintancsi an

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