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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - January 11, 1906, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA EVENING JANUARY 11 DAILY ESTABLISHED 18TT BRIEF CITY NEWS Events of Interest in Woodland and Suburbs S Items of More or Less Importance Picked Up Here and There on the Wing A sewing machine Is offered for sale See BOcent ad Mikado Full chorus rehersal Friday evening A rooming house is offered for sale See EOcent column ad A number of useful articles for sale See 50cent column ad Company F dance in armory hall Friday evening Music by the Wood land orchestra The barometer dropped from 3022 to 2990 In a short time Wednesday evening The signal service predicts rain tonight and Friday Dont fall to hear Colonel Wein stock next Monday night January 16th Subject Napoleon the Little Corporal ja6 Ou Wednesday a marriage license was issued in San Francisco to Henry Raabe of Davisville and Margaret C McAleer of 207 Thirteenth street San The funeral of the late W R Gallup will take place from the family resi dence 1521 I street Sacramento on Friday at 2 p m instead of today as stated In Wednesdays Democrat Master James Merrltt entertained a number of his friends Wednesday af ternoon at the residence of his parents Mr and Sirs G N Merrltt in honor of his tenth birthday anniversary The little folks had a delightful time Nardini is the proud possessor of handsome coffee wood cane pre sented to him by his son Joe who re cently returned from El Paso It was made by the Mexicans and the hand carving and general finish indicate that they are exceedingly skillful in that line of work D B Guile made the first purchase of a subdivision of the Hext tract re cently purchased by Senator Dlggs His purchase comprised an 80acre tract There have been so many en qulries that Messrs Bldwell Reitl anticipate that all the tract will b soon sold in subdivisions of 20 acres or more From a Gridley dispatch to Union we take the following J F Harmon of Woodland who recently purchased 3 acres of the Brooks tract is here with his family to build am otherwise prepare his land for a home There are no Signs of a boom Every thing Is done so qiuetly that it seem a matter of course The year 1806 promises to be one of ie best in the history ot baseball earns will be organized in every part 1 the state The Native Sons team of Sacramen i has applied for admission into the alifornla State League a semipro essional organization There is much good material in Voodland for a strong team and the ans hope to see the club reorganized t an early date A league similar to he one in 1901 would be welcomed admirers of the game B Bray better known as lappy Hogan who formerly was a avorite la the Woodland baseball earn and who for the past two or aree seasons has been one of the nost valuable members of the Tacoma Igers has been reengaged to coach he Santa Clara College baseball team lappy Is full of life and is just the Ight sort of a man for the position Now that Uncle Henry Harris has etired from the management ol the ian Francisco club speculation is rife a to the clubs that will comprise the acifle Coast League It seems quite ertalu that Los Angeles San Fran ieco and Portland will be found in he league again but Oakland and Ta oma are certain to be transferred The atest report is that the Tacoma fran hise will go to Sacramento with Wil lam Hanlon as manager Hanlon Is well liked In Sacramento and It is be ieved that if anybody can manage a earn successfully in that city Hanlon s capable of doing so Frank McGrift passed through till cfly this morning in charge ot 220L head of sheep which are being shlppei from Orogon to the San Francisci markets They were an exceptionally lot of sheep and In line condition Mr McGriff reports a scarcity of rain even in Oregon though there wa plenty of snow in the northern state NEW MANAGER AERIVES S Wattei who is to succeed W W Percival as manager of the Wood land Grain and Milling Company ha arrived and is familiarizing hlmsel with the duties of the position H hails from Los Angeles and is not a experienced millman but G B Ochel tree vicepresident of the Globe Mill ing Co will remain several days an W W Perclvnl will give him the ben of his experience at least untl the last of the month and probabl until ihe 15th of February and by tha lime ho expects to be fully equlppe to manage the business successfully The man who expects to take W Perclvals place and meet public ex pectatlons as fully as he did can res assured that he has no easy job STOMACH TROUBLES and Constipation Chamberlain Stomach and Llvor Tablets are th best thing for stomach troubles an constipation I have ever sold say J R Cullman a druggist of Potter ville Mich They are easy to take an always give satisfaction I tell m customers to try them and If not sa isfactory to come back and get the money but have never had a com plaint For sale by Corner Dru Store H P Elder Dispensing Chem let SPOILED HER BEAUTY Harriet Howard of W 34th St Ne York at one time had her beaut V spoiled with skin trouble She writes I had salt rhoum or eczema for years but nolhlng would cure it until used Biicklen8 Arnica Solve quick and sure healer for cuts burn and gores 26c at W H Lawuon drug store BASEBALL NEWS A SHORT WARNING MrsWHSchneagas Dead as Result of a Stroke Attacked by Apoplexy and Waa Gone Before Doctor Could Reach Her Home Near Yolo DR WHITAKER ADVAHTCED Some new department heads have been chosen at Stanford Albert Cor ser Whltaker Is acting head of the de partment ol economics and social sci ence In place of S J McLean who resigned last month to go to the Unl erslty of Toronto Dr Whltaker Is an unusually young man for so respon sible a position He is a graduate o Stantord having taken Ills bachelors degree in 1899 He was a scholar in economics at Columbia University in the following year and later a fellow He took the degree ot doctor of philos ophy at Columbia In 1904 For a yea he was a student at the University o aerlln Dr Whltaker has been a mem ber of the economics faculty for the past three years He married Mayme Merrltt of this city Ml REPORTED TO BE DYING Wood DeLong formerly of Wood land hut of late years an employe o the St Nicholas hotel San Francisco is reported to be In a dying condition George Thompson telegraphed t Judge B T Lampton Wednesday ev ening conveying the news and re questing information concerning th whereabouts of his first wife and llttl son They were located in Berkeley Mr DeLong was for many years em ployed as a printer In this city H at one time belonged to Woodlam Parlor of Native Sons being a charts member COMMISSIONERS CHOSEN At a meeting of the Sacrament Drainage Commission held in Sacra mento Tuesday afternoon Senate Rush of Solano John Fredericks o Yolo county and A J McRae of Suite county were appointed commissioner to levy an assessment of on th lands In the district the money to b used to pay the running expenses an prosecute a friendly suit it Is pro posed to bring against the land owner in the district to test the validity o the act which creates the commission JUDGE BUCKLES HL H is reported that Justice Buckle of the Appellate Court Is much m proved and that what at first waa feared to be a case of pneumonia has developed Into a ease of simple grip He hopes to be able to fill his place o the bench when the court convenes o the 15th REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS M S Contente to Reclamation District No right of way for levee over first partys land 10 o Elizabeth M Malone to Belle Gertrude 22 Washington Mrs William H Sohneegas died at ler home near Yolo today A few minutes before 12 oclock she was stricken with apoplexy A messenger vaa sent to the telephone to summon i physician About 1 oclock another elephone message came announcing hat she died before a physician arriv ed No further particulars bad been ascertained at the hour of going to press Deceased was a native of Germany and about 40 years of age Her maid en name was Alma Falbush She ar rived in California something over 20 years ago with her sister Mrs A Richter Soon after her arrival she was mar ried to William H Schneegas Her msband and five children two daugh ters and three sons survive her The names of the children are Mrs Minnie Lundy who lives in Cache ville and Miss Louise and Fred Wil liam and Ed Schneegas who have been living witfo their parents She also leaves two sisters Mrs A Rich ter and Mrs Joe Miller both of Yolo She was an aunt to Mrs C D Simp son of this city Deceased lived in Yolo county con tinuously after her arrival from Ger many For a time the Schneegas family lived in Woodland Those who knew Mrs Schneegas speak of her In terms of highes praise They say she was a loyal and devoted wife an affectionate mother and a true friend TO ATTRACT TOURISTS The Chamber or Commerce of Sal Lake City Utah la working hard to keep American money from flowing by millions each year to Europe an at the same time have some of 1 brought west for distribution in the western states To centralize this Idea the Commercial Club has called a con vention to meet In Salt Lake on the 26th of this month for the purpose o taking definite steps to bring abou the desired condition According t the bulletin issued by the Salt Laki Commercial Club Americans speni every year In Europe am never know what there is in their own country it Is expected that the com ing convention will devise means t have the west thoroughly advertise that thousands who now make annua pilgrimages to Europe will See Arner lea First The governors of ten states have al ready signified their Intention of at tending the convention and delegate are called for from all commercia organizations In all the western states The basis of representation ie fixed as follows Governors of states and terrltorie arid mayora of cities of the first class exofflcio members of the conference Bach state or territory two delegate at large to be appointed by the govern or One delegate each from com mercial clubs chambers of commerce boards of trade merchants and manu facturers associations railway an transportation companies steamshi lines LINCOLNS BIRTHDAY GREATLY IN DEMAND Nothing is more In demand than a medicine which meets modern re quirements for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings New Life Pills They are Just what you need to cure stomach and liver troubles Try them At W H Lawsons drug store 25e guaranteed REDUCTION IN MILLINERY Bargains at Lamberts grand reduc The colored citizens of this city ar preparing to commemorate the blrt of Lincoln on February 12th The lit erary society known as the Woodlan Lyceum Is planning to give an eater talnment and grand ball in Troop hall which was formerly occupied b the Woodland Business College Loca talent will render an excellent pro gram after which dancing will be th feature The Woodland orchestra has been engaged for the occasion Sup per and refreshments will be servei IN THE HOUSE OF SILENCE The funeral of the late Benjamin F Ready was held this afternoon from the residence of Mr and Mrs W B Walton on Third street Rev T G Picton of the Christian church oil tlon sale of millinery commencing1 elated Interment wos In the city cera Monday January 8th Nothing re Pterv T naiiheamra worn served and prices to suit buyersComo y early and get choice Mrs M M Lam Jone9 R C P Diets H Er bert Ja20d vln F Rahm and Jesse Baker LIMIT ON GIRL STUDENTS New Bule Promulgated by th8 Stanford Authorities FRATERNAL NEWS STANFORD UNIVERSITY January announcement was made oday of new regulations governing the dmisslon of women students to the he university will be allowed without ressure upon tho 500 limit established n the amended founding grant of the Diversity it Is being found necessary o draw the lines closer and no wo nen special students are now adinit ed at all The new regulations estnb sh a waiting list from which candl ntes will be admitted in the order of recedence The Important clauses of he order issued today follow Graduates of this university and of niversltics of equivalent standing vlll be admitted without previous ap llcation Women once admitted to lieunlverslty will be allowed without urther application to continue until iraduatlon or so long as scholarship nd conduct are satisfactory But places will not be held for women stu enta after the regular registration lays except by permission of tho com mittee on registration granted In ad ance For the remaining number of wo uen students permitted by the found ng grant for August 190G approxi mately the plan of admission is as follows Applications may be made at any time They must state the pro Osed time of entrance and the cre ientials which the candidate expects o offer To insure consideration ap plications must be formally renewed vlthln ten months of the proposed date of entrance Blanks for appllca lon may be obtained of the registrar A numbered list will be begun on he first day of July Only those can didates will be listed whose creden lals are complete that is who on ex imlnaton or recommendation 01 ioth have been grautcd fifteen en rance If more than the desig nated number present complete cre lentlals on this date the order will be determined by following as far as practicable the original order of appli cation After July 1st candidates will ie listed in the order of application by complete creden When two or more are receiv ed at the same time the serial order will be determined In the same man ner as before On registration day candidates will be preferred In their serial order After registration day the serial order of candidates actually present will be observed Vacancies In January may be filled rom a numbered list to be begun on the first day of October preceding COURTHOUSE NEWS Judge Gaddls has entered Judgmen for the defendant In the cose of Ed ward Prior vs Cora Alice Prior awarding her the custody of the child a lad 9 years of age It will be remem bered that the plaintiff brought sul for the custody of the child alleging that the defendant was not a proper and flt person The ease was heard last March and submitted to the cour for decision An agreeable movement of the bow els without any unpleasant effect it produced by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by H P Elder Dispensing Chemist EPH WEISS The expert refracting optician will uc In Woodland at the Julian Hotel on January 15th jalBd Brown Bros are delivering moun tain oak wood from the car for pe corfl YOU OWE IT TO YOUR FAMILY You owe it to your family to have a test made of albumen and sugar 1 you are not feeling Just right and hav not located the casuse to see If it IB Brights Disease or Diabetes Bright Disease is alarmingy prevalent anc often starts just that way without any distinct symptoms Pufflness f the eyelids hands or an kles la the morning or dropsy ar strong Indications There may or may not be vlsibl sediment Often In advanced cases there la none Rapidly failing eyseight drowsines and uraemlc headaches are all ad vanced symptoms Paleness with weakness Is suspl clous Kidney disease that is obstinate am that baa persisted longer than thre months is particularly to be suspi cloned Quantitative tests used to to be ilv to ten dollars We make them withou charge It not perfectly well bring i a sample If there Is on disease yo will feel more comfortable If ther is you owe It to those depending o you to destroy it There need be no fear as to th showing lor these diseases are now curable by tho now Fulton Compond fr which we are agents Fre pamphlet on application J R SHBLTON Druggist Woodlnni Robinson M ot C Geo Schlotz ylor Dr W A Joyce Phyalclan O Jarr George Welder J Qumbinger E NIclas nnd C Miller trustees Hficers of the Capay Rebekah Lodge Installed installation by Woodland Lodge K R A L E Blumberg D 0 V C Officiating A large delegation of Woodland Ro ekabs and Odd Follows accompanied Irs Sara Sneo district deputy presl ent to Capay Wednesday evening to vitness the installation of tho oftl ers of Phoelio Rebekoh Lodge of thnt lace Those who tnado np the party vero Mr and Mrs H T Barnes Mr nd Mrs C M Ruggles Mr and Mrs Dutcher Mr and Mrs T H Kltto Irs Louise Calder Mrs George Mor on Miss Minnie Cross Miss Maymo nee Mrs Sara Snee Mrs Mary Dioudonne Mrs Ruth Broderlck Mrs has Johnson Mrs William Morton ind Miss Williams ol Sulsuu Mrs Snee was assisted In the In tallatlon work by Mrs Louise Calder G W Mrs T H Kitto G S Mrs H T Barnes 1 G Mlsa Laura Ken nedy G T The following officers wore in stalled Mrs J E Kennedy N G iliss Myrtle Levy V G Mrs Jennie S Mrs Sara Vlckerson T Mrs L Craig R S N Q Mrs M Barr L S N G Miss Efflo Watson H S V G Miss Clara Orengo L S V G Miss Stella Mcfford Conductor Miss Tena Appleby Warden Frank Mefford 0 O Mies Ora Loraugor I G The Woodland visitors report that Hey had a most enjoyable Umo and that they were most cordially and hoi pitably received by the people of Ca pay generally and the mombcrs of Phoebe Rebekah Lodge In particular The officers of Woodland Lodge No 17 K R A were installed Wed nesday evening 4 by Deputy Grand Valiant Commander L E Blumberg There was a large attendance all o the neighboring towns being well rep resented Grand Valiant Commander Theodore Gler of Oakland and C T Hodgman of San Francisco editor o the Royal Arch Journal were alsc present A fine banquet was served a the conclusion of the business session There were some very entertaining re marks from the visitors and the meet ing throughout was a very enjoyable event The list of Installed officers Is BL follows E j Dyas V C J Feeny L C J Hucke Treasurer L Nar dlnl Recorder A Kramer Orator M In tho presence ol a few friends In ho Manse at Davisvillo on Monday nuuary 8 1906 Sidney T Grady and illss Florence E Wright both of Da vlsvllle woro united In marriage by he Rev John W Dorranco Mr Qrady s a native of Missouri and during the ow years of his residence in DavlsvIIIe e has established a reputation lor air dealing and diligence In business vhtch bespeaks for him nnd his young wife a prosperous life Mrs Grady s a native daughter nnd thethird daughter of William Wright who lives on a ranch near Davlsvllle The many YtenclB of tho young couple wish them a long and happy ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS The fault of giving children modi cine containing injurious substances Is some times more disastrous than the disease from which they are suf faring Every mother should know that Chamberlains Cough Remedy I perfectly safe for children to take It contains nothing harmful and fo coughs colds and croup s unsurpass ed For sale by Corner Drug Slore H P Elder Dispensing Chemist A highclass weekly newspaper o 1C broad pages For a year 50 Cents for Six Months 25 Cents for Three Months THE WEEKLY EDITION Springfield Republican Massachusetts A thoroughly Independent and cour ageous Journal Devoted to the pro tection and advancement ol the broa public Interests The Republican Is famous for th strength and ability and dcmocratl spirit of Its editorials and for tho ex cellence and wealth of Its literary tea turcs As a news political literary am family weekly combined the week edition of Tho Republican is surpassed If anywhere equaled Tho Weekly Republican was estab lished in 1824 The Dally In 1844 and Tho Sunday In 1818 by Samue Bowlca Tho subscription rates are for The Weekly a year Dally 8 Sunday 12 Send lor Iree specimen copies an address THE REPUBLICAN At a regular meeting ol Concordla Lodge No 20 O d H 8 held on Vednesday evening A W Fox was nltlated Into the lodge Mrs Stella Collins a niece ol Mrs if Everhardt and bettor known in Voodland as Stella Simpson hag been ppolnted president Hiawatha Par or No 104 N D Q W of Redding OBADTrWBIOHT SICKENING SHIVERING FITS ot ague and malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Dlttors This s a pure tonic medicine of especial benefit in malaria for it exerts a true curatlvo Influence on tho disease drlv ng H entirely out of tho system It is mich la be preferred to quinine hav ng none of this drugs bad aftoref lects E 9 Munday of Henrietta Tox writes My brother was very ow with malarial fever anil Jaundice till ho took Electric Bitters which saved his life At W H Lawsons Irug store price EOc guaranteed CASTOKIA ears the signature of ChaaHKictche in use for over thirty years and The kind you have always bought PURELY PERSONAL Comings and Goings of Well Known People Social Qottip of Interest to Thou Who Dwell In ov the i Oity of WoodUnd John Byera returned to Dunnlgan today A G Bailey returned Irom Winters Wednesday Mrs Inez Ford was an arrival Wed nesday evening RWHartman of Elk Creek ia visit ing In this city Mlsa Grace Hershey made e trip to Sacramento today Miss Elsie Craig returned to Oak land this morning Mra W M Holloway went to Sacra mento this morning Fred Law son returned to Berkeley Wednesday afternoon 3 H GrlgBby went to Stockton Wednesday afternoon Jantea Moore went to San Francisco Wednesday afternoon J A Douglas went to Sacramento Wednesday afternoon Supervisor Tabler Knlgala Land ing la in Woodland today Mr and Mra Chas DuBoIs went to Sacramento this morning J C Perry came over from Sacra mento Wednesday evening Morria Brooke returned to Sacra mento Wednesday afternoon Paul Salomon and H B Smith were arrivals Wednesday evening Continued From First Page in Underwear Sale Spells Economy at the Trade Palace FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Its an underwear move we have been working on for a long time Bought thorn nine months ago when the looms were empty when they were anxious to accept orders Bought them at our price Its a matter of great store pride to be able to print good news for thrifty shoppers FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Lot and Corset Cover ago Lot Covers Lot Drawers Corset Cover and Skirts 6Gc Lot Skirts Drawers and Corset Covers 800 Lot Corset Covers Skirts and SEE WINDOW FOR OUR MEN CUSTOMERS Look Into our Eaat Window for Interesting A iblrt lor 9 cts WE SAY AGAIN 9 CENTS Everything in the way of Winter Goods at a reduction The Trade Palace 14 Off The price on Coats Skirts Shawls You know our business methods We never carry goods over if we can help it We would rather get our money out of them and give our patrons the benefits of the profits than carry them over Thats the reason we are going to give you original cost prices on our entire stockof COATS SKIRTS WOOL and SILK SHAWLS Absolutely nothing reserved in this sale The ENTIRE STOCK goes including all of the newest and choicest bought this season and representing the latest ideas ofdis cnminating fashion SALE NEXT SATURDAY AT USUAL HOUR The Vogue   

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