Santa Rosa Republican from Santa Rosa, California on June 7, 1906 · 1
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Santa Rosa Republican from Santa Rosa, California · 1

Santa Rosa, California
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Thursday, June 7, 1906
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i if V Am a 'U ns ) U I fj v j- r A i’ i RY yr i SAMn f ‘rX )n rons IS O I i n ' ! 1 ty I V 'v ' $ i Ear IS § V I 7 t VOLUME XXVI More Masons Well Treated Grand Master Flint of the Grand Lodge of Masons of California is going to aid in caring for the fraternity at Windsor as well as at Santa Rosa A few days ago he wrote Grand Marshal Barnett to go to Windsor make inspection and report to him Action was taken as suggested and Mr Barnett has just received reply that $1700 has been appropriated to aid in putting the Windsor building in good order again Souvenirs of the Fire The Santa Rosa bank has some splendid souvenirs of the great fire in San Francisco in the shape of checks and drafts drawn by their bank and cashed in the metropolis These were in different banking institutions in San Francisco being placed in the mammoth vaults there but they are badly burned in spots The intense heat has blackened the drafts in places and charred them but the writing is as plainly visible as if they had never gone through the fire Demurrer Is (Submitted Judge Albert G Burnett this morning heard the action on demurrer of Gustav Pfersching against Grant Skidmore ant others The demurrer was submitted and taken under advisement and the restraining order in the action was continued in full force and effect Candidate for Assembly A W Ilorwege of Petaluma has announced himself as a candidate for the Republican nomination for the assembly to succeed Assemblyman Frank A Cromwell of that citv The announcement was made at a banquet of Hose Company No Tuesday evening Stamps Are Returned C O Schuler of Petaluma recently lost revenue stamps valued at $65 in a mysterious manner They were taken from the counter of his store but were of 110 value to anyone but the owner The stamps were returned Wednesday by Internal Revenue Collector Bell of Sacramento with a letter stating the stamps had been forwarded to the collector by some unknown person WANTED — Worses mid cows dead or alive good prices paid Phone central Ross Garrison tf Sc to Santa Hosa (That’s Our Motto) We now have a full stock of Drug Supplies and can satisfy your wants without going elsewhere Prescription Work Oar Specialty Prescriptions written by doctor filled and delivered at hour of the day or night HAH any any S f : RUG CO Phone Main 32 et Benner lx ok- Union Trust - f'o H-'M Street and Hinton -i I Up Capital : : iAFft City News Notes Deputy Sheriff Logan Tombs went to Ukiah this morning taking with him Loo Key who has been committed to the asylum there Jesse I Jewell is spending the day at his ranch near Mt Olivet John Carlton has gone toHealds-burg for a business visit John Schiudler is making a visit in the vicinity of Mt Olivet Nick Yeager went north on the Ukiah express this morning and will spend several days in the vicinity of Geyserville and Clover-dale on business Attorney A R Sprague of Sonoma has been making a business visit in the City of Roses John Bergier of Glen Ellen was a visitor at the county seat today Superintendent W J Hunter of the California Northwestern was a visitor here today for a brief time Miss Ora SftReynolds went to Ilealdsburg on the Ukiah express this morning to visit Miss Mamie Hendricks at that place Miss McReynolds was accompanied by her grandmother Mrs N Duncan William T Spridgen assistant cashier of the Bank of Sonoma County at Petaluma was a visitor here today Thomas Markham came up on the morning train from the metropolis Allen Hill the well known Petaluma capitalist was a visitor here today Rodney McCormick manager of the Witter Springs passed through this city on the morning train from the metropolis en route to the springs The members of Camp Joe Wheeler United Spanish-Amer-ican War Veterans held a meeting Wednesday evening at the office of Major C E Haven One new member was taken into the order Eugene V Bronson was chosen delegate to the national encampment of the order to be held at Los Angeles on July 2 to 4 inclusive J Walter Clay-pool is the alternate delegate The appraisment filed in the estate of the late W H Pepper of Petalumafixes the value at $115-771 Mr Pepper was a philau thropic man after whom the Pepper Kindergarten which he established in Petaluma is named Convicted of Battery Steve Hall of Ilealdsburg was convicted before Justice A B Provines Wednesday of battery The complaining witness was a man named Pugitt and it was alleged that Hall beat his man up in bad shape The prisoner came up before Justice Provines today for sentence The sum of $109 has been forwarded to Mayor Overton from Vallejo the sum being the net receipts of an entertainment given there by the crews of the Boston rrinceton Perry and Paul Jones For cleaning and dying go to the Crystal Clean iu Works 308 Fourth St 1-6-9 Savings BanK Avenue Santa Rosa Cal : : $10000000 Four Probate Court Matters Four petitions for probate of estates were filed in the office of the county clerk today Mary J Lowery asks for probate of will of Snrth E Davidson the estate valued at $101750 J H Jenkines seeks letters of administration on estate of Amasa W Jenkines valued at $1000 Louise E Look petitions for probate of will of Samuel H Look valued at $1500 and Mrs Antonie Loeb asks for special letters ou the estate of Eli Loeb valued al $1500 D R Gale Lip-pitt & Lippitt R L Thompson and C H Pond Clarence F Lea are attorneys for the respective estates One Year In Prison Tony Sanchez who was arrested by Officer John M Boyes was given one year iu San Quentin this morning by Judge Albert G Burnett Sanchez pleaded guilty Wednesday afternoon He entered the Hotel de Itaha Unita of M Bettini on Sixth street and stole a quantity of clothing and wine When captured he was under the influence of the liquor he had stolen Have Double Wedding Licenses were issued this morning by the county clerk to a mother and daughter residents of Ilealdsburg and the brides will have a double wedding ceremony in that city probably on Sunday The mother is Mrs Carrie Boll Cook aged 34 and she will wed Charles Frank Smith while the daughter is May Adeline Cook and her husband-to-be is John Stanley McFarling The ages of the grooms are given respectively as 32 and 21 A Fair Appropriation A telegram from Mr E F Woodward announces that the Senate has passed a bill appropriating $72-500 for repairs on the Glen Ellen home for feeble minded The bill now goes to the assembly with little doubt of its passing that body Large Congregations Evangelist Kennedy’s preaching is drawing large audiences to the Fourth Street Methodist Church The special music is also much enjoyed The subject tonight “A Bad Man Caught” is one of the most interesting stories in the Bible Marriage Licenses Issued Charles James I’lymire 33 and Miss Ethel Riddell 25 both of Santa Rosa Adolph Joseph Gionanni 21 and Miss Lizzie Mary Baldocchi Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends for the sympathy and kindness shown us in our sad bereavement in the sickness and death of our beloved wife and sister also for the beautiful floral tokens sent by loving friends H S Totten Mrs Matilda Johnson A chicken pie dinner will be served Friday June 8th from six to eight o’clock p m in the diningroom of the Baptist church corner of Ross and B streets Dinner 25 cents 6-8 ' Geo Knebel the tailor is temporarily at 850 on 2d st Patrons call there 7-4 The Boston Restaurant still doing business at the old stand Prices the same B S Taylor will open in a day or two with a new and complete line of groceries in a room opposite Republican office Briggs the photographer permanently located at 126 P'ourt b street 7-6 CASTOniA Bean the Kind You Hava Always Bought Signature of Subscribe for the Republican Santa Rosa SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA JUNE Mortgage Tax May Now 60 Sacramento June 7 — The Assembly has passed the amendment to repeal section 5 of article XIII of the constitution relative to contracts for paying the mortgage tax Only seven members voted against it they being Anthony Cleveland Coyle Houser Kifig Rolley add Strobridge while fifty-six were for it This measure removes the section which prohibits the borrower from agreeing to pay the mortgage tax The same amendment has received a favorable report in the Senate The bill appropriating $500000 for the National Guard on account of the expense incurred by reason of the calamity was given a favorable recommeneation today by the Assembly Waysamd Means Committee It also agreed to recommend for passing the bills allowing the Insurance Commissioner $3000 additional for contingent and traveling expenses for the present year and an annual contingent fund of $5000 hereafter John F Sherburne and Miss Mabelle C Cole were granted marriage license in San Francisco Wednesday The couple have many friends in Sonoma county whom they met while spending the summer last season at Dillon beach Mrs Teresa Blum has appliec for special letters on the estate of her deceased husband Louis Blum Mr Bium was in business on Fourth street prior to April 18 and was killed on that day The es tale is valued at $5500 The Board of Supervisors have been busy the greater portion of the day examining claims against the county and in pass ing the same - V The Star King Club a newly organized literary will hold its first meeting at the Unitarian church Third and D st eels this evening at 8 o’clock It is undet stood that the series of progr ms contemplated will be attractive as many of the noted students of literature in Santa Rosa are members The purpose of the club is the study of art as well as literature and this means a wide field in both John Mather of the Santa Rosa Flour Mills went to San Francisco this morning to airange for machinery for his mill and for material for its reconstruction Arthur Piatt of Ilealdsburg has gone to Berkeley where has secured a contract to eon struct a handsome residence Mr and Mrs Charles V Tal-rnage of Mt Olivet are spending a few days in the metropolis seeking pleasure Mr and Mrs Phil Varner have gone to San Francisco for a brief visit Conductor Ab Sliera of the Guerneville branch of the California Northwestern railroad visitec relatives here between trains this morning L E Spooncer went to San Francisco this morning to purchase fixtures and supplies for the barber shop he will open here in th near future Dr D H Leppo has resumed his practice in offices in the Mailer building Ilis entire equipment ordered from the east has arrived D W Sylvester a Geyserville fruit grower died at his home Tuesday He was a prominent horticulturist of this county Mr and Mrs Walter A Young have gone to Oakland to attend the funeral of the brother of Mrs Young II Wollitz The death occurred Wednesday ' The remains of the late E C McLeod were laid to rest this morning The funeral took place from the Lafferty & Smith undertaking parlors at Fifth and A streets Rev William Martin officiating 7 1906 Telegraphic Brevities Charles W Leadbeater brilliant author and lecturer has been expelled from the Theosophieal Society of Chicago for gross immorality Members of the society are given no information concerning the charges against Leadbeater The deposed member believed that the passions of man could be photographed as well as their astral bodies The demand of sailors at San Francisco for an increase of $5 per month has been refused and the Steam Schooner Owners’ Association has laid up practically all of their vessels for an indefinite time Franklin Murphy the well known athlete of Ireland has been denied a landing in this country and is detained at Ellis Island It is alleged he is likely to become a public charge owing to heart trouble and breaking down of tissue due to his athletic career Charles Edward Ilart prominent German financier is dead at Berlin Petitions are soon to be presented to Governor Pardee asking for the release of Joseph Rebstock Charles Wyman and Adolph Steffens convicted of ballot box stuffing Thomas O’Connor Jones of Pitts burg Pa killed himself because he was not permitted to marry his beautiful cousin Madeline Laugh lin S A D Puter wanted in Ore gon iu connection with land frauds was taken to Portland Wednesday by detectives Four deaths occurred Wednes day in Chicago on account of the extreme heat Edwin S Stewart former mayor of Philadelphia has been named for governor of Pennsylvania by the Republicans Daniel B Bibb was held to answer in the Chicago courts yes terday for forging checks He is said to be the sou of a wealthy lumber dealer in San Francisco The Democratic conventions of South Dakota and Arkansas hav endorsed William J Bryan for the nomination for president James Hargis former county judge of Breathitt county Ky has been indicted for the murder of Dr B IJ Cox The latter was assassinated 011 the streets three years ago S D Barstow for thirty-five years an official of the Wells Fargo Company died at Alameda Wed liesday He was a well known clubman The United Brewers’ Association is in session at Indianapolis Two hundred delegates are present representing an estimated-capital of $500000000 Theodore Brewer president of a St Louis bank is dead sup-osedly from the shock caused iv the fact that the hank’s funds lad been embezzled by the cashier Secretary of State Walter E Ilouser of Wisconsin has been charged with attempted bribery A warrant has been issued for lis arrest Charles James Ply mire and Ethel Riddell both of Santa Rosa were married at noon today by Rev Monroe II Alexander in the parsonage of the Methodist Episcopal church JMnsonlo Meeting Santa Rosa Lodge No 57 F & A M will meet this evening at 8 o'clock at the Masonic Hall Mailer building Fifth and Humboldt streets in stated session Important business will come before the lodge By order of the W M W H Pool Secretary II & O F i eppo At residence 313 Third street with a broken stock of furniture carpets matting etc All parties owing please call ami settle ' tf ConunniHlery Installation The officers of Santa Rosa com-mandery recently chosen were installed by retiring Eminent Commander A L Burleson at Masonic temple Wednesday evening After tlie lodge session had been concluded refreshments were served by the newly installed Eminent Commander D J Paddock Those inducted into office: Sir II J Pad-dock eminent commander Sir A T Crane generalissimo Sir Fd-son C Merritt captain general Sir A B Her rick senior warden Sir J II Einkorn junior warden Sir A L Burleson prelate Sir A B Lemmon treasurer Sir J C Mailer recorder Sir C F Rohrer warden Sir B M Spencer standard bearer Sir C C Belden sword bearer Sir C B Kobes sentinel PAIiTY AT COTATI On SatuVday evening June 2d a party was given by Miss M Mid dleton of Cotati in honor of Miss Carlotta McMinu at the home of J II Middleton Music was furnished by Cotati orchestra and the evening was delightfully spent in games and dancing The rooms were tastefully decorated and presented an attractive appearance At the usual hour dainty refreshments were served All present had a very enjoyable time and it was a late hour when the merry guests hade adieu to their fair hostess and good-nights were said The following are the names of those present: Miss Carlotta McMinu Myrtle Moser Jennie Fitzsimmons Florence Ba-bue Irene Forciyee Hattie Smn-merfield Gladys Powell Agnes Stephens Lila Sills Maude For-dyee Helen Jamieson Rhoda Sills Mrs Wilson Edna Hardin Marguerite Fordyce Elise Wright Flora Moller Neva Wright G Costollo Lida Stack Anna Stack Alice Middleton Myrtle Middleton Messrs Alfred Soldate Paul Herbert Al Disston Dan Jamieson James Higgins J Simons Joe Fitzsimmons Arthur Middleton lorn Sills Robert Fitzsimmons and J II Middleton NOTICE TO ALL HOLDERS FIRE INSURANCE All policing uf fire insurance lire ineffective unless all chimneys or flues are pronounced safe bv the public inspector appointed by the Board of Supervisors in accordance with circular issued by the Board of Fire Underwriters Repui all cbiinnoys and fluos at once Notify your District Inspector and get certificate Inspector of Santa Rosa Town-sb'p (outside of the corporate limits of Santa Rosa) Third Supervisor District is O M Tuttle Santa Rosa Cal II W AUSTIN 6 y Chairman Board of Supervisors i'ngewitter butcher shop Mam and 2d sts Lull line choice meat Phone 243 J Foresti blacksmith and horseshoer now ready for business at old stand Main and Second street Rushford farm wagons tf Iv Harden’s grocery now located at 9 S Main Iliead fruit vegetables if 5 Phone Main 3 While NOT A FULL STOCK will endeavor to (ill your wants We fill prescriptions written by any physician Telephono Main 3 H S DAVIS Prescription Druggist XJl VVIO “The place to buy drugs” 518 FIFTH STREET UPTON & Are Now Located at Comer Third and B IN OUR NEW STORE WITH A COMPLETE LINE OF DRY GOODS The White House ?£ B NUMBER 128 NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing and doing business at Santa Rosa under the name of Rirksecker & Parsons has been dissolved by mutual consent of the partners therein J C Parsons has assumed the business and L K Ricksecker retires L E RICKSECKER i-6io J C PARSONS Photographer is Iteady John Ross the photographer is now roadv for business in his new gallery on Mendocino street in the Kuykendall building next to the Press Democrat office Every convenience for artistic work Ground floor gallery TIIE O'CONNOR FURNITURE CO lias resumed business at 511 and 513 Fifth street We will have two departments one for second-hand and oue for new furniture 16-8 SAVED FROM THE WRECK The Lawson-Rinner Optical Co saved most of their goods and machinery and are now located with Erwin Bros’ Grocers cornel Fourth and D They a'upli- -cate any leus whether you have the prescription or not Prompt repairs correct fitting glasses their specialty (ins and Electric Dills Bills for the month of April will be delinquent June 101906 This means what it says We give you until June 10th to pay your April bills May bills will be considered later Office on Mendocino street near the city hall tf ( lass and Roofing Simpson N: Roberts have on hand a full stock of glass all sizes Also a full stock of rubberoid and Maltboid roofing OASTOHXA Dears the Ilis Kind You Hava Always Bought Signature of EOf! SAL Id — Mower hay rake and buck ruie Apply Samuel Norris Finlaw barn 2 miles uorth of town Healds-bmg avenue 6-13 A full line of rubber boots and shoes at Klein’s 5th and B Sts tf Dr D II Leppo has resumed his practice in offices in the Mailer building corner of Fifth and Humboldt streets 6-13 50 LOTS FOR SALE In Roberts’ addition to Santa Rosa corner of West Third St and Roberts Avenue This property is well located also soil is rich and fertile and a splendid opportunity is here offered home seekers Easy Terms Installment Plan If Desired ' JonathanRoberts Roberts’ Avenue in Order Again HARDIN Cooper’s Grocery Store Streets r £ -c i V I

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