TILE- SAN EEAISTCISGO OALU TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1910: 5
CIVIL WAR ISSUES STOCK MARKET
REVIVED IN SENATE IN THE SACRAMENTO AND SAN JOAQUIN VALLEYS PRICES CRUMBLE
Loan of Tents for Confederate
Encampment Opposed by
DOG STOPS THREE RECORD WILDCAT GRIDLEY MAY BUY WEAPON OF RIVAL'S ELKS MAKE MONEY Heavy Selling Sends Quotations
Hey burn RUNAWAY BUGGIES AND COYOTE KILL ELECTRIC PLANT SLAYER IS FOUND BY CHARITY SHOW
to Lowest Levels Touched
Since Last Summer
Law Maker Opposes "Rebel" Oroville Canine Makes Record Hunter Slays Four Hundred of City Will Hold an Election to Bloodstained Hatchet Discov- Revenue From -Sale of Seats List Drops in General and Al-
Flag Flying Above Govern- in Capturing Bolting Horses Animals During the Decide the Question of ered and Prosecutor of and Program Amounts most Unexplained
ment Property and Preventing Accidents Year Voting Bonds Chinese Is Confident to $2,000 Weakness
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OROVILLB, Fob. 7.—-Rags." a dog
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
GRIDI.EY, Feb\ 7. The town trustees
WASHINGTON. Feb. 7—Memories [Special Dispatch to The Call] [Special Dispatch to The Call]
— NEW YORK. Feb. 7. This was an-
or the civil war were revived in the owned by A. T. Stanley, has a record LAKE VIEW, Feb. 7.— W. H. Ham- took the first steps today toward call- STOCKTON, Feb. [ 7.—District At- SACRAMENTO, Feb. 7. Although the other day of extreme and almost unex-
senate today, when Senator Heyburn for catching runaway horses. In the ing a special election on bonds for. the torney George P\ McNoble states that plained weakness on the New -York
.mersley, a local hunter, claims the bills are not all in as yet, the finance stock exchange. Stocks tumbled stead-
bftlerly opposed a loan of tents by the last few weeks he has stopped three record for coyote and wildcats killed purchase of the franchise, wires and he has a. clear case against Hop Lee, committee of the Elks' charity show- ily throughout the session under the
runaways and saved as many btiggies alias Ah Suey, charged with the mur-
government for use at the annual en- during the year. poles of the Robert Beebee estate, reports that the amount of money to be presslire of enormous liquidation,
campment of confederate
from being pmashed. which now furnishes' electricity to der of his fellow countryman and rival which was accentuated by lack of
veterans at His last rapture was yesterday. lie has to his credit 400 coyote and in love, Sam "Kee. .There are a number turned over to the Jewish charities, for
Mobile, Ala., next April." in front of the Stanley store, residences and business houses here.. support. Despite the absence of spe-
However. Rags was horse, wildcat skins. He believes this is a of details in connection with the mur- which it was given, will be close to cific rumors of a disquieting nature,
every republican present, except H"y- when a hitched to a delivery larger number than claimed by any The company gets its electricity from der'which" the authorities are keeping $2,000. , quotation? broke through the low rec-
burit. voted for the bill authorizing the wagon belonging to C. C. Ward, came other hunter in the state. \ the Pacific gas and : electric company. from the public until the trial.
ords of last week, establishing new
tearing down Montgomery street. A few days ago he trapped one of The hatchet with which the crime The sale of seats for the performance
The wiatc passed more than a doz^n Rags dashed to the rescue and. grab- the largest cougars ever seen in this The city at present has a street light- was. committed has been found. It is low levels", not for the year alone, but
was large, and in addition the program for the period dating as far back as
bills fi.r the establishment of flsh bing the lines near the bit. held country. ing system, securing its electricity from bloodstained, and a comparison of the brought in a substantial revenue. the boom of last summer.
hatcheries in various parts of the coun- until the horse stopped 'and men came the same company.- It is proposed to blade with the wouiyls in the dead
try. to his rescue. man's face shows it to be the instru-
The Elk's each year raise a like Although not the center of decline,
T!.< president's federal incorporation STOCKTON JUDGE GRANTS combine the two plants. amount for charity. as was the case last week. Steel com-
The city has an option on the Beebee ment-that was used in the atrocious mon dropped to 75?i. a loss of 4?»
FIVE DIVORCE DECREES
STAY OF JUDGMENT •
MJI ivss opposed today in the hous* SCHOOL DISTRICT SET murder.
franchise and plant for $17,500.
,v(.-.. on tlie ground
- Garrett of Tennes-
ASIDE BY SUPERVISORS Mrs. D. Perasco Wins Suit and
WOOD CHOPPER'S BODY
The grand jury will be called to-
gether in a few days and be asked to
GRANTED TO SELS
return information charging the ac-
points over the closing price of Satur-
day, J)*a points over the price a weelc
ago and more than 15 point 3over the
quotations of a month back.
Roll! houses will meet tomorrow. Miscellaneous Business Trans- cused with murder. \u25a0>:"•'
IS FOUND IN RIVER The selling of copper
In !i!s speech Heyburn made the
congress in 20 years.
upon the issues of.
ih* « iiil war tlial has been heard in
Board [Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON, Feb. 7.—Judge C. "\V. Officials Pursue
[Special Ditpatch to The Call] Theory That GERMANY IS ACCORDED G
Gets Time to Determine Amount
He Owes Bank
mon dropping to 77 i
' shares was
American Smelting com-
from $2 at thf
close on Saturday: Amalgamated Cop-
He inv^igrlie,! against men in "rebel" — Norton today handed down five divorce
STOCKTON, Feb. 7. The supervisors
decrees. An interlocutory decree was
Victim Was Murdered LOW TARIFF PRIVILEGE [Special Dispatch to The Call]
— per declined 6^i points to 71 S»: Ana-
uniforms being permitted to occupy
transacted miscellaneous business dur- in' her suit [Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO, conda fell 3«. ipoint? to 46; Utah Cop-
granted Mrs. D. Perasco
or the "rebel" ing today's session. The applies tion of
against A. Perasco for failure to pro- President Announces Result of Shields today grantedFeb. stay 7.of Judge
a judg- per went down 4 points to 14'a; Read-
flaer bring allowed to fly above it. the repid^nts of Weston in tlio south- #
,- Tariff Negotiations ing fell an even 5 points: Union Pa-
Finally he drifted into the question of
honoring men by placing their stat'i^s
vide. She was granted $15 a month
eastern part of the county for a school alimony for the support
DUNSMUIR. Kob. 7.— The body oC a
wood chopper known only
of the minor
— ment In the suit of*P. J. yon Loben Sels
WASHINGTON. Feb. 7. The presi- union, .which San decided last savings Francisco cific dropped 4«i. Southern Paciri<-
district was granted. Similar applica- child. Final decrees were granted in Jo" was found in the Sacramento river was Friday 4*j..while losses throughout the active
in th«? '. -.\u25a0 i of fame and by unmistak-
i above the bridge here last evening. dent today issued a proclamation un-"* speculative list ranged from 2 to &
tions from' residents near Woodbridge
able Inference condemned the action of and I*odi praying to form districts were the cases of Emily Cotton vs. Dyson d<ir the provisions of the tariff act of in faVor of^the bank. points. The market closed weak and
Cotton. Zella Dillard vs. Iciarence Dil- The authorities are making an investi- August 5, 1909,' in which he declared The stay wsts granted at Yon Loben
Virginia Jn sending the statue of Oen- gation. The victim had no known ene- nervous.
denied on the ground that to establish Jard. Cecil Ryan vs. George A. Ryan that from and after March 31. 1910, all Sels* request, in order to allow time he in
Robert K. I^ee to Washington. would militate against the and Ellen Andrews Pomeroy vs. Edison mies, but various marks on the body which to determine the amount A seat on the exchange. w« soM
'"Take it away anil worship it if you districts locality. \u25a0'".".* caused the officials to believe that he articles imported into the United owes the bank, inasmuch as the court this morning for 1H2.000. a decline of
plea!?*." lie thundered, "but do not in- schools now in that
D. Pomerov. -^r-
The resignation of Charles Hearty as might have been murdered. States or any of its possessions except held that\he must pay interest. J?.OOf> from the price paid for a seat
trude it upon the ' people who do not justice
of the peace of Dent township
the Philippine islands and the islands two weeks ago.
of Guam and Tutuila from Germany is Yon Loben Sels will not his Vorden
appeal, as it
want it.'* Henry H. Pickens VICTIM OF RUNAWAY \u0084 understood he has sold
lleybiirn spoke for probably 4t> min- was received and DRYDOCK EXPERT TO were entitled to be admitted at the ranch for a
iif«?s. in which h*> went over many of
appointed to fill the vacancy. IN CRITICAL CONDITION half million dollars. BINGER HERMANN'S TRIAL*
th*> issues «f the war and declared him- Applications for saloon licenses pre- GOTO PEARL HARBOR minimum of the of duty prescribed by
present tariff act.
w\t a«s much a patriot now as lie iiad Nancy sented by Goodwin & Banta at Tracy, Eugene Shanahan The proclamation does not include ROOSEVELT AND PARTY
NOW NEARING ITS CLOSE
Hubbs and John Studt, F. L.. Receives a
\u25baeen in 1562-63-64.
Boyd and -Tolin Baclgalupi were set for
Fracture of Skull ,^'V AlfredLeaveLowerenz Pfans to the reason that the department of state i START TEN DAYS* MARCH
Mare Island the
German colonial possessions, for i
Heney Expected to Begin Argu-
hearing for March 11.
WOULD GIVE HAWAII ANDERSON, Feb. 7.—Eugene Shana-
han, a prominent orchardist of this
— lias not yet had sufficient time to in-
VAI.L.EJO, Feb. "7. Pending the ac- vestigate the question as to whether Expedition on Journey Through
DRASTIC PROHIBITION DAVE SET FOH CU.'DAY place, and brother of former Speaker ceptance of the Mare Island navy yard such colonies unduly discriminate. l ' Unpeopled District PORTLAND. Ore.. Feb. 7.—The de-
Scott of Kansas Introduces Anti-
SCHOOL CONVENTION (
of the State Assembly T. "W.W. Shan- dry dock recently constructed
ahan, was probably fatally injured .in
a runaway accident yesterday.
Civil against importations from the United
Engineer Alfred C. Lowerenz, one of States, v
His the members of the inspection board,
. Inasmuch as the maximum rates of 7. The 10 days' march to Gondokoro
NIMULE, Uganda Protectorate, Feb.
velopment of new testimony which the
defense wished to introduce, and a
more extended examination of the re-
maining witnesses whose testimony the
— Will Meet at Calistoga Feb- skull was badly fractured and, al- will not sail for Pearl harbor, to which the United States will not ' go into ef- was begun by the Smithsonian African
WASHINGTON. Feb. 7. A
form of prohibition for Hawaii is pro-
for in a billintroduced today by
ruary 21 end 22
NAPA, Feb. 7. The annual conven-
though he was operated on today, his place he was about to. go in the in- fect until March 31 next, ample time scientific expedition today.
condition is very critical. » terest of the government. The dock -will will be afforded
probably not be ready for a month and
the orders from Washington will hold
to determine that camp will be at the Assa river, 12 miles
north of this
party do not miscarry.
place, if the plans of the
prosecution desired to offer, prevented
counsel from finishing the introduction
of evidence today in the United States
district court in the trial of former
Representative Scott, republican, of tion of the Napa county Sunday school
Ksr.sa*. association will be held at Callstoga FATHER FIGHTS FOR Lowerenz here at least until that time.
BABY BORN WITH The location of the campsite is
Congressman Binger Hermann on a
The bill provides that it shall be un- February 21 and 22. Among those ad- POSSESSION Or CHILD adapted to the convenience of the ex- charge of conspiring to defraud the
lawful to manufacture or sell or to dressing the meeting will be C. R. STRIKE MAY BE CALLED PAIR OF INCISORS plorers, but the path lies through an government of part of the public do-
unpeopled district and the porters were main.
*rive away, except in a private resi- Fisher, San Francisco, state secre- Maternal Grandfather to Be ON MEXICAN RAILROADS today well burdened with food supplies. Counsel stated Just prior to adjourn-
tlence, any alcoholic liquors. tary: Rev. William Rader, San Fran- Disperse Crowd Gathered
for medicinal cisco; Prof. George D. Castor, Berke- Haled Into Court Police The distance from Nimule to Gon- ment of court for the day that they
The sale of alcohol
purposes is to be allowed under super- ley: Rev. H. J. Winsor. Napa; Rev. .). —
NAPA, Feb. 7. William French of Conductors and Engineers Are to See Phenomenon dokoro is, roughly .speaking-. 10S miles, would finish during the first few min-
vision of the governor of Ha%vaii.
HEAVY THUNDER STORiM
C. Garth, N'apa. and Levi Gregory, Ala-
meda county, president. Oakland filed a petition for awrlt of
habeas corpus in the superior court
here today to obtain possession of his
Ready for Walkout
— and this stage of the expedition will
CHICAGO, Feb. 7.—News that a baby be as severe a test of physical endur-
with two teeth had been born to Mr.
MKXICO CITY, Fob. 7. Ninety-eight and Mrs. Francesco Guglianeso caused ance as the
party has had.
utes of tomorrow's session.
Should this occur. Prosecutor Heney
will probably begin his argument to the
jury directly after the noon recess.
S months' old -daughter Adele, 'who is out of every 100 votes polled by the un- such a crowd to gather in front of the
SWEEPS SONOMA COUNTS BEARDSLEE WOULD BE claims is being deprived of her liberty ion conductors and of engineers on the residence In the Italian quarter that SEINE HAS FALLEN 16
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR by her maternal grandfather, 12 B. national railways Mexico on the the police were called to preserve FEET FROM ITS CREST BRUTAL MURDER LAID
Sheet Lightning Followed by de Camp. The mother of the child question of resigning in face of the re-
order.. . AT DOOR OF FOUR MEN
Former Assembly Speaker An- died January 30. fusal of the road to grant their recent .Mrs. Annie. BlasJ. who is known as
K&rd Rain i
demands favored resignations,' accord- the -"queen -of little Italy," has been Foreign Relief Subscriptions'
|Special Dispatch to The Cell]
SANTA ROSA, Feb. 7.
ounty had the unusual experience of a
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON", Feb. 7. Former Speak-
MINE SHOOT PROVES
ing to Vice President E. P. Uurtiss of present at the ,birth of hundreds of
the Order of Railway Conductors of babies and this was the first time she
America, and Vice '
AGENT OF DEATH of the Brotherhood President Corrigan ever saw. one .that had teeth were ?"?; teeth. £>.'."\u25a0.
PARIS, Feb. 7. The foreign subscrip-
— Charged With Slaying Cook and
of Locomotive En- ,"Two of -the front
•'" clear tions to the flood relief fund now ex- BAKERSFIELD. Feb. 7. Four men
=«=vere thunder storm last night in er of the Assembly Robert L. Beards- gineers. | Notwithstanding'this'vote the through the lower gum," said Mrs. ceed $SOO,OOO. -The river Seine has are held in the county jail here today
iviifeh there "were lurid slieet lightning, lee tonight announced
= ;iarn clashes of thunder and a heavy his candidacy Claims Four Victims^ Within threa^engd walkout \ appeared nlasl,- ,','an<t when I put my fingers in fallen 16 feet from Its crest. charged with the murder of Pete Col-
iownpour of rain. The rainfall for the
for the republican nomination for.lieu-
tenant governor. He states that he
Last Eight Months « -
to^be contingent on the result ofacon- the'baby'a: mouth; I felt something ing
ferenee between employes | and Presi- sharp. The teeth protruded through
More caveins in the streets and fall-
houses are reported as the receding
lins, the aqueduct cook, whose muti-
lated botly was found wrapped in
.' ( hours ending at 7 o'clock this morn- intends to run independently and will KENNETT. CaK, Feb. B.—The fourth dent BrowriVof the railway! tomorrow. the gum about an eighth of an waters withdraw the supporting pres- blankets in the Southern Pacific yards
nc aeerreerated 1.31 inches. miner to»meet death in the shqot of the .It was said-that the result of the poll
not "hitch up" with any gubernato- "Today I made another visit to the sure. at Mojave Saturday morning. Alexan-
BHVAK IX BOLIVIA— Tar. Bolivia. F*b. 7. sented Stockton in the legislature dur-
William J. Bryan. a<-'-omj>ani'-d by bia wife ing the last three terms. He was elect-
\u25a0ixj (Inuglitfr. jirriTed li»rc today. AH are en-
rial candidate. Beardslee has repre-
Mammoth mine in the "last eight gives the largest majority,in' favor of a house to wash and dress the baby. All The cabinet decided today to ask
months was Manuel Rodriguez, aged walkout in the'history of union/labor. of its teeth are beginning to show and parliament for 14,000,000 as the addi-
38-years, who fell/a distance of-90 feet' Nearly 1,000 conductors and; engineers inside of a" day or two the baby will tional credit necessary for the relief of
der Gonzales told the officers that he
had seen the four men beat Collins
with a billyin a saloon in Mojave ami
Joylns zood bealtb. ed speaker during his second term. last night and was instantly killed. of the merged 'system cast ballots. have a full set, Upper and lower." victims of the flood. afterward carry him away in a blanket.
The wide spread "shriek" about high prices
- Certain it is that those who have never tried man, day worker or Brain Worker,
for meat will induce people to plan meals with it have some facts to learn by breakfasting this Looks "thin" you say. Our word for it, you
more reason and better *judgment of food strength way: will reach lunch time fully sustained— food well
A LITTLE fruit digested— head clear and ready for the noon-day
Many of our strong men, College Athletes "j- GRAPE-NUTS Where is the sustaining power?
and others, learned from actual experience that a and cream In Grape-Nuts, which we believe to be the
vegetarian diet produced better results than a diet ; strongest, most digestible food known,
A cup of some hot beverage-
including meat Postum— Tea— Cocoa Five .important points should guide the wise
Many famous names appear in the vegetar- Must be made of nourishing ingredients
Some bread anld
ian list. Names whose owners are champions and . and there you are— —Grape-Nuts,
prize winners in their chosen field of athletics. [ pi w Must be easily digested— Grape-Nuts.
particular kind of diet, the question can best be fiGHty! Must be guaranteed under the Pure Food
solved for the individual by personal experiment. for a strong Laws— Grape-Nuts.
AS TO PRICE:— One 15c package of GRAPE-NUTS contains 14 portions, practically ONE CENT each. Sold the
same today as this food has always sold. No rise in price. There's a pathway to reasonable :ecohoiny in food and