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San Francisco call (Newspaper) - June 07, 1913, San Francisco, CaliforniaSparks As War of words rages in Bunko graft \u25a0 a \u25a0\u25a0v \u25a0. -yv-----,.t \u25a0- \u25a0. A \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 to. ".-, \u25a0?"-, 1 assistant District attorney talks four hours and seems fresh 7 7 v. Y a \u25a0"" "y"\u25a0. -?\u25a0. -\u25a0 / a a ? / i enough to repeat feat was lengthy and seemingly entirely fair to both side3. He charged the jurors carefully a3 to How far they might consider the testimony Given of other crimes than the one for which Esonia was on trial stating that such evidence should be considered Only As went to show the existence of a tween Esola and the Bunko men and led up to the robbery of Voidal the jury will to explain to the people of san Francisco if to find the defendant Brennan denied that was the Bunko men who were the accusers of Esola. A was the Able conscientious body of Jan Francisco the grand jury. I the opening ,\u25a0 of the afternoon ses Sion Brennan said that c the defense had made a Point of offering to which the a Ridge Branann was interrupted several times in his argument attorney Bert Schlesler who r took exception to some of the statements the state s Torney made. Brennan finally lost patience and turned fiercely upon Schles Inger charging him with playing the baby act As \u25a0 persisted in rising and interrupting until finally judge Dunne sternly ordered him to sit Down and stay Down Schles Inger said he would take occasion after Brennan had finished to except to some of the statements made but he failed. To do so. ? ? ? f \u25a0 a the morning session with the except j Tion of about ten minutes was taken i up attorney John j. Barrett s argument which he had begun the after j noon before wit Rodor of sax qlext1n" y who Are our accusers shouted bar j rett. These Bunko men who come Here \u25a0with the blood of mrs. Pinelli and other victims dripping from their hands and suf fusing the courtroom with the odor of \u00a3an Quentin Are these the men would you listen to them if they came to you and told you that your own son was a Felon no. Andt what you would do your son you Are sworn to do that son who sits there. is the Rule of Commerce the Rule of business the i the prose Elution had offered not been allowed f to prove that. J e6me ? of the Bunko men v telegraphed r Money Esola. Attorney o Connor sprang to his feet arid protested\u25a0\u25a0 .\u25a0 a i assign that he .said.,/ As Gross misconduct. He had no right to go outside of the Breinan continued without paying attention to ithe Barrett he said. Had told of a fight betwee the District attorney s office and ? the police. A i thank god. There is Sio fight he exclaimed. We Are a part of the to ,lice5 department their Legal advisers the defendant has disgraced that stare wears he Hae disgraced the police department and chief White and san Francisco every Man \ with whom he came in Contact for three and they ask you to acquit him because he has a wife and family their object is to see if there is on this jury some Man with no Backbone who will \u25a0 fall for that kind of say that some Day or. Fickert May ? be charged the Bunko men. If he is he will not be afraid Ito ? stand up and face them. Would of you gentlemen of the jury be afraid. Sext from other towns / Rule of life that when men like these come with proposition they get no hearing. I ask you to fact in this Case that depends in whole or in part upon Gallo. -if\u25a0\u25a0. There is fact produce but Don Tell us about j Denegri the business if his Story is True he is the agent the go Between j the Confederate of the gang. He says he j went to Esola to get better terms for Gallo. And he is a business Man?77 j Barrett said there were two or three witnesses such As ? the two tailors against whom he had nothing to say. J but did they testify regarding the Fonda Case not a word. They merely saw Esola 544 Broadway. Where was a police officer to go if not where criminals were ? /. ? "\u25a0? denounced As lie they voc iterated Barrett that Gallo slapped this defendant ton the head. That s a Leone of those lies that smells of san Quentin. Is there a solitary main that came Here and told you that anything out of the Way. Ever happened rat 544 Broadway not a 7 ? y Barrett said that Gallo had told of three different bargains he made with Esola. First he was to pay the defendant $20 a month. Then he made a bargain to pay aim is per cent. After that he agreed to pay 2s per cent. But was after he says he made the 25 per cent bargain that the Fonda robbery took place and Gallo says he had $150 for said Barrett. On Hundred and fifty dollars is not 15 per ? of $900 nor is 25 per cent. And where is Pete Bruno the Man in whose presence Gallo says he gave the Money to ii Sola he s not one of. The wit Nesses they say they can find Why j is he not her a \u25a0/\u25a0. "\u25a0, ? tries to scare jury Barrett said that in regard to the , Angeles trip. Gallo himself Testi fled that he told detective. Hosick Don turn me Over to Esola. Hell Send me to san Quentin and vet the prosecution said counsel con tended that Gallo and Esola were in partnership.? _ \u25a0 ? i never heard of District Torney exclaimed Barrett had a hard Case that he did not try to scare the jury. Because one of you has a son in the police department he tries to make a dirty insinuation. With respect to that threat that the District attorney makes Are 3 you afraid to do what judge Dunne was not afraid to do when he Cut out that 90 Kcjr cent of the muckraking of eight ears \u25a0 \u25a0 asap the attorney warned Fickert that what had been said against Esola was i not. A circumstance to what would be said 7 against the District attorney if they got a Chance. I m he said to pee him,7 because of the storm they have raised against him do such a thing As he has 77 7? ?\u25a0\u25a0"./ ? \u2666?Blacken name in this poor . Broken Down j town shouted Barrett is there body with a grudge?or7 a grievance i who can get a hearing Why Arent we a Good believer town like los Angeles chief i White Here will go j Down like of his 7 predecessors. Damned some Bunko Man. Some prostitute some pickpocket. is no trick r to Blacken Man s name in this town.". ./\u25a0. Yaj. The attorney for the defense told the jury not to forget the testimony of officer Manion. Ifwere True the rest did Manion said that Sola kept the Promise he made to Gallo Ito Send g him to 1san a Quentin.\u25a0 Ould the prosecution so confuse the jurors As to make them forget that Jwa Sesola the Bunko Man \u25a0 where tie iwas Frank is had icon a to i build his part toward rounding up the Banditt that for to Long had had the peasantry of this City the j Throat who Ever put Gallo in the business he said Esola was the Man i who put him out. ? Jarrett closed the tremolo Stop drawn out. 7hebeggedthe jury i7to Send the defendant Back to his Humble Home in the Richmond District where a weeping an anxious Mother were waiting for him. / sums in evidence was 11 50 o clock when attorney Barrett concluded his argument. Assistant District attorney Brennan immediately took the floor and spoke until a few minutes past 12, resuming his argument in rebuttal 2 o clock this address was devoted chiefly to summing us the evidence and showing the connection Between the testimony of the carious witnesses lie announced that he purposed to show unimpeachable and in impeached evidence 7that Esola was just As guilty even More guilty ,3f the robbery of Fonda than was Gallo the Man who actually took the Money. Or. Barrett. He said had said that District attorney Fickert had made anlnsinuation7agalnst?some?of the Mem Bers of. The jury. That statement was made merely to influence the jury and ? prejudice against 3the District actor Ney s office Brennan held up a piece of Ope and said ? that was made up of Small strands bound together so that heir comb nod strength was difficult to reak. Just some j purposed Eto \ take the various Little strands of testimony and find them together ?into7a? rope that would tie Down Frank Esola so that i 3c could Jet away. Y a. a the. Individual a Fen Turea of this i Rase he said. Win make ? a rope that will tie Down Frank w. Ebola to the Oida Case so fast thai no member of 7 attorney yschlesinger7?had said that the Bunko men were in san? who had been sent there had not been sent from san Francisco but 1from other towns in the state where they had no police Protection no Ito look after Gallo brought his victims from. Other towns to san Franicisco because Here he had the Protection of Esola. -True,7 Esola had been for 16 years a police officer but was there evidence that he had Ever arrested the Bunko men 7 ,".?,y7 twas the duty of a police officer to arrest criminals. Said Brennan 7but Eso Avhad Day and ? night associated with known criminals and had not arrested them he was a vagrant and could have been arrested Jas such him self for consorting with known criminals. He was a trusted officer and he sold out for Gold. He did not Arm rest the criminals he protected was very significant Brennan said that december26, just about 3the time the Bunko men were gathered in Esola was removed from the detective Bureau. He bad sold out to Trie criminals and might be deduced that that Mas the reason he was removed. Eso s station was in the Richmond District ,yet,7 on the Day that Gallo was taken to the county jail. Came to the Hall of Justice to speak to him to his Friend and ask him to keep quiet. If he ? would Ido so. His wife and Dren would be taken care of. That was Why Esola came in because he waa frightened. 77 .\u25a0/\u25a0 \u25a0. "?\u25a0 a s 1says Case is proved7 to Brennan v then took up in detail the testimony of the various witnesses to Ishow How As he said. fitted to Gether ? to prove that 7 Esola was the head and chief of a far reaching conspiracy that had for its object the Rob Bery of the people of san Francisco an for one of its results the fleecing Ocharles s9oo.77 Esola was put on the Vivenci Case and the very time he took the ignorant Farmer up to Market Street 10 o clock in the morning to look for Bunko men he was rattling in his pocket part of the Money that had 7 been 7 stolen 7 from 7 emphasized j the crooked Finger was a subject of common comment 644 Broadway and that everybody knew him yet that Esola did recognize the description when. Vicencio said ? his robber 4had? a crooked Finger. He also i pointed ? out that Esola brought Gallo Back fro los Angeles and booked him As Mike Gallo. \u25a0yet when he arrested Gallo for vagrancy the very time the Bunko Man was wanted for a serious crime he booked him As Joe Morrow. 7 whole nation interested the prosecution Brennan said did care for the punishment of a Solasb did care to know if the people of Sanfrancisco were going to stand for that kind of thing. The eyes of every municipality in the United states were on san Francisco to see if a jury Here had the courage to put a Stop to such work ? there were men Here big enough to fight the Battle. 7 " in Barrett concluded. His argument 6 05 o clock and judge Dunne immediately charged the jury very carefully and consigned \u25a0"? the Case to their hands 6 45 o clock. They Yonce were taken out to dinner returning 8 30 to begin . Birdsal draws berth i lunacy commission appointed Secretary he is expected to resign As state senator Sacramento june state Sena Tor is. Birdsall of East Auburn Placer. 1county, was today elected the state lunacy commission to be Secretary Toj the commission a Sal of $3,000 a year and to succeed George Ileus us. Who has held the of ?several years. V the cot Mission Yin lunacy ? met in the governor s 7? office and v accepted Heustis Ftp resignation. Birdsall 7 will take up the duties of the office Mon Day june 9. A i " \u25a0\u25a0 7. """\u25a0-?-,7y7?while not been announced what 7 action Birdsall ywill7 take re Garding his office As state senator rep resenting the ? third District is re ported k that a will7 tender a his Resig nation to the governor. Amateurs must Register 77notification wan sent to ? Amateur 1 wireless operators radio ? inspector or. B. Wolverton. Yesterday that they would have to Register with the go Ern ment july 1 or be liable to prose i anti Gnu 7there Are 7199% Amateur oper-\u25a0 atom in this District who have not s com i piled with the regulation. \u25a0 ? ?.7 \u25a0"-. ?\u25a0\u25a0 " ".7 ? 7? Fresno Iamb Ltd this morning dynamited 7 the vault in ? thei local bus Lenaa office of Kutner Gold Stein s a big d up Artra ent. Store and escaped with jewelry and Silver Ware roughly eat rated to be Worth $800. -\u25a0 the Day in Congress doings of National houses Washington. June 6.?the Day in Congress ? Senate. I in sess Loa 2, p. Y7 lobby lat Hill Atlar. Commit tee continued i hearings West Virginia mine strike investigating committee announced ? would depart monday and be Gin hearings in Charleston tues Day 3 o clock p. 4 a senator Jones a Ftp Ibister Ito get ? action Jan Bis res solution for two clerks for each senator. Granted lobby committees until june 28 to make its invest cation and report. \u25a0�. Y adjourned fat 5 30 ? Until 9 \u25a0 ., tuesday. House 7 \u25a0\u25a0 ,. "7 ? \u25a0 \u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0 met noon and adjourned 12140 Until i noon tuesday. A banking and currency commit tee appointed f a subcommittee to j consider open bearings on cur Rency legislation. Chairman Palmer of demo ratio caucus ? announced Jan. Investigation of \u25a0\u25a0 patronage in the Bouse. A representative 5 Hon Ebaugh in speech urging adoption 7 i Resolution attacked financial management offset. Louis Aad. San Franciaco 7 representative v Broussard introduced Bill for cont Nunney of Commerce court and Extension of\u25a0. \u25a0 r Ita Powers. ,.\u25a0\u25a0% representative Graham introduced Bill to authorise three battleships and appropriating $15, --000,000 immediately for that Pur i pose. ? .\u25a0 ? Bartlett insists he never said skipper of expedition boat denies he questioned. Karluk s fitness Vancouver b. C.7" june Captain Robert Bartlett who made a flying visit to this City last night and who will act tas skipper for the Stefanson expedition boat Karluk / of the trip through the Arctic in an interview indignantly denied statements attributed to him some Days ago As. To the fitness of the Karluk. A ? \u25a0\u25a0 followed the fun Nel that the northbound Shasta limited which was lashed the Tail of the storm had to slow Down because the Engineer s cab was filled with dust and he could not see ahead. A heavy downpour of rain succeeded wind \u00a3 scouring the mulches until they were impassable for teams yet Redding itself there was not a drop of rain and scarcely a gust off wind. Tele phone and \u25a0?. Telegraph 7 poles line both sides of the railway tracks. V a storm Rockies ?7 Denver Colo june.6.?an electrical storm swept the Eastern slope of the Rocky mountains. Today extending As far South As Las vegas n. M., and in this District proved the most severe in 15 years. 7 --"\u25a0 \u25a0 7 \u25a0"\u25a0 in full fury raged Here this after noon. A Bolt darted into 1 the 1city Hall and severely shocked a clerk. A second \ Flash struck a Laden Wagon killed the Driver and horse and ignited the Wagon. Within a few moments is Calls for repairs were received the local Light ing company and merchants were forced 1 blown out fuses to use Candle Light. Reports 3 from outlying districts Indi Cate extensive damage Hail to Green houses s and Trees. " officers elected r baggage agents body \u25a0 delegates close their rashness sea .--.,-, .?., \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ._\u25a0.\u25a0 \u25a0by Yaas slow and spend Day seeing sights .\u25a0 a. s ? about Colorado Springe. \u25a0 i � Colorado Springs. Colo. June. Delegates _\u00a3pf the american association of baggage agents who \u00a3closed their Burin was sea Lon hero Yeater Day and their Sivea Are spending Tho Day n sightseeing. " _fegs7" the election of officers c resulted follows. A president. V. I. Moore. Cure land. 0 Fendral agent of the Motel piste read Rice president . Alley. refer so agent the Liaise a cite Road Secretary j. B. Quick. Toronto. Oct. \u25a0\u25a0 general agent of the Ohrend trunk system re elected for the Twenty ninth time chairman of the executive comm late Leer is, co Genera Fagerty Ofat be Rock Island. " mayor sponsors cause of deaf school pupils he declares that if depart ment lacks funds Money willbe diverted from other sources if mayor Ralph s wishes have . Weight with the Board of education the Oral school far the deaf housed in two rooms of the. Golden Gate school build ing in Golden Gate Avenue will Noty. I is aaa a x \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0-"\u25a0 be discontinued. Furthermore another teacher with the special aptitude to instruct deaf and dumb pupils will be employed additional to the two teachers now conducting the work. For several years the boar of Edu cation has been divided on the ques Tion of the Oral school. Friction be tween the head teacher mrs. A. N. Holden and Misa Mollie Mcleran Prin Cipal of Trie Golden Gate school has been oat \u25a0 the Bottom of. The trouble. Miss Holden of has been in " charge of the deaf classes for 12 years claims that she should have entire charge of the training of Thel Little unfortunates and that miss of clean. I her capacity As principal should not dominate mrs. Holden and husband ? who is her teaching assistant. \u25a0. / /\u25a0. " principal is accuse Edge a i \u25a0"- \u25a0 .\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0., y \u25a0\u25a0 a\u25a0?\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 i i -.-. _. \u25a0 " \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0"\u25a0 " miss mclera\u00df has gone so far As to order me to playground duty noon \u25a0 when she knows it5 have ail i can Doi to superintend own classes said or. Holden. The whole trouble is simply that miss Mcleran wants to j Domineek Over husband and % self. She Enrols the deaf pupils on her Register thereby creating the be Lief that they Are pupils of the Golden 1 Gate school. this method she keeps j up the attendance average and Boostsor own salary. .777? 7 " ? we must have another a teacher properly to % cant oaf he work. The Oral school should not be under the jurisdiction of miss Mcleran. Who has had no training in instructing deaf and dumb Pup if. A miss Mcle Ron refused to discu\u00dfsythesubject. I e Jeci. ?. I. ,. the closing exercises of the Oral school yesterday afternoon mayor. Rolph and mrs. Rolph were spectators. After hearing several of the older pupils read � in voices that were Marvel i Ousby distinct and Clear considering their handicaps mayor Rolph promised mrs. Holden and a dozen mothers who j were present that he would use his 5 influence with the Board of education to provide for the work being carried on properly. ?\u25a0/s " m "?.,. Mayor sponsors Caise i have been deeply touched the Progress shown your pupils he said to mrs. Holden. would be a shame if the work were discontinued. is necessary that the deaf and dumb children of san Francisco should be Given the j equal educational advantages with their More fortunate Broth ers Vand 7 Sisters. Iff the Board of Edu cation has sufficient funds to carry on the work Fra suit should be ? carried on we will a take Money from some other project & and devote to the training of these \-/\u25a0. Lys both � or. And mrs. Holden resigned last october. Their resignations were accepted and is Only through her interest for the children i mrs. Holden said that she is ytrying7to secure sufficient number of teachers for them. Elfter the exercises which included Folk ? dancing fading and recitations in feet v everything except music superintendent of schools Roncovieri and colonel % James ? Power of the \ Board of education reviewed the work of the past year. Doctor Roncovieri 1 said he was absolutely in favor of providing the 7 Oral school with adequate fund for of the excellent work has done and is special training Given r7 tie course of study for the deaf is they regulation course of the Public schools but they have also Sto learn lip Reading the pronunciation of words they never., heard and never will hear. 7 sign making is prohibited except among the younger pupils individual Talent is / cultivated As much As possible and each child 7is watched with ? Ais View of ? making the most of its natural gifts. The boys and girl Are Brights and they s take As much interest in their work and play As children who hear. Y Board gets Appeal last night mayor Rolph sent the Fol lowing letter to the Board of education j i have just returned from the closing exercises of the deaf classes in the Golden Gate school. Ibave been so impressed with i the importance of the continuance and enlargement of. This work that i beg of Yon to make arrangements whereby additional \u00a3 classes \ and \ teachers.? and a a Small school wherein s they May be located. them selves be ? provided in the arrangements that you Are making for the coming school year. Is if you know of anyway whereby if can be of assistance to you in carry out these ideas please let me know. Very sincerely and respectfully yours jr., mayor. Lake inline. Season v now open 7? Pullman sleeping car service sleeping car for Truckee is attached to Southern Pacific train no. 6. Leave ferry station so 6 40 if. I Oakland sixteenth Street station 7 17 Daily arriving Truckee 6 45 a. Returning will leave v Truckee on train no. 23 at9 55 p. Daily arriving san Francisco 8 10 a. " v \u25a0 s. P. Will spend $54,000,000 on Pacific coast to c 4 \u25bc huge sum to be invested. West of Rockies in improvement of roads and equipment details of the Mammoth improvement projected the Southern Pacific com Pany were brought out yesterday in the hearing before. The Railroad. Commission upon the company s application for authority to raise $30,000,000 an Issue of collateral Trust notes. transpired that not Only will the Southern Pacific this huge amount upon % equip ment and facilities and also $18,000.000 additional to be taken from the com Pany s surplus but w. R. Scott general manager said he had in contemplation further exp Altures in Iohp movements of " A a 7 of this vast total of $o4sofuvooo immediate outlay on the Pacific coast will be $14,422,565, including $11,356,6 4w upon the Pacific system and $3,066,025upon Short contributory lines. Off Bay gets share. The work propose includes station improvements new ferry boasts shop improvements Grade reductions m new. Signal apparatus interlocking devices for Grade Crossings additional track age arid\u25a0 electric Road improvements about san Francisco Bay. ? i all7 this work is necessitated said or. Scott in anticipation of the in creased business of7 the 5road naturally and be cause of the still greater Busi Ness insured the Panama Pacific exposition. ,.y. \u25a0 some of Trie Calif projects and the amount Ito be devoted to them i Are Schab gang the Iline " Between port costs and Sac Ramento $01,750" shops and a Tow train Transfer port Costa $605,000. Whole slope affected the ? hearing was before commissioner e. 7b.?l Edgerton and the Only witnesses examined were w. R. Scott general ? manager and f. A. Ingraham assistant auditor of the company. Or. Said that the expend Tures made in California Oregon. Nevada Utah Arizona and new Mexico with the exception of those made j from the new York office upon a the line from 7paso to a new Orleans % and upon Atlantis steamship lines. Or. Ingraham certified that the company a a pledged ? Stock 7 totals$105,000,000 and its a pledged Bonds $106000,000. The credit of ? the from Pany he said is As ? Good As that of concern to America. was explained that the reason for offering two ? year notes is that the company expects to railway and navigation co ? j34.540portland. Eugene and Eastern a a 2,501,880 Coos Bay. Roseburg and Eastern rail 7x r Ayyo Way and navigation company a .l.?-,-4,4tfl Corral us and Eastern a 270,580 Albion ? lumber company ,. 10,250paciflc fruit express company 75,625 ?7 new lines \u25a0-�. Planned a Cost of$4,982,260 Are ferny to Lassen Colusa land Hamilton Willamette Pacific .1.7 \u25a0.?\u25a0?""? \u25a0 \u25a0 ,y.r., \u25a0 .-,.-?,. I i. .\u25a0u25a0u25a0 \u25a0hanford Fand \u00a3 summits Lake Extension \u25a0?\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 "\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 j \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0., .\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0." \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 .-\u25a0.-,\u25a0 \u25a0 -\u25a0a --".\u25a0to Jamestown Porterville Northeast Ern i Extension to Magu est Southern Pacific Dyer to delhiortegon"\u25a0 and California Salem to Durbin. Up is i \u25a0? 7as collateral the Southern Pacific proposes to place in Trust approved securities now7 in its Treasury including issues �\u00a3 the Pacific electric railway company. And of the North Western Pacific railway company of California. Favourable decision of the app3icatonis expected. A naked rider ends dance women quit Trot to flee special Dimitch to the Call. Modesto june " c.?John sch none. A Blacksmith created a sensation in. Riverside 7 Park a resort near Modesto shortly. Be f fore Midnight g mat night when without a. Stitch ""\u25a0 of clothing he Rode a motorcycle \u25a0np,to dance platform. Sch none Ytom attacked with a fit insanity and after throwing 7 his clothe away started for the Park High 1\u25a0peed. He was pursued Sher if Dingley in an \u25a0 automobile. The dancers fled women leaving their escorts to bring their Robes. Sch none was taken \u25a0to the de Tention ward.\u25a0\u25a0-? pastor freed divorce special dispatch to the toll new. York june granting of a divorce today to mrs. Miranda Clark Cook wife of a former clergy Man will be followed once the marriage of Jere Knode Cook and Flor Etta Whaley the Young Long Island girl with whom \u25a0he eloped six years ago. \u25a0. I 1? late shipping intellige3xce ? \u25a0-,-" arrived. Y Friday. June Is 540. P. Tu.,v Star Bandon. Lin Berg. .43 hour from ban Jon 500,000 feet lumber to a. V. Esta Brook &.co, Yyi Yry-. a. \u25a0? " ?\u25a0 m port san Luls arrived Joae 6. 8 p. .? botn7 Fullerton in to Tughercules, /. Benc Ejune 5.if a a a a \u25a0 ? a aaa june 6. 1 so p. M.?. Asuncion 1for set undo 4 30 p. M., Star Daisy. Gadsby Tor san Franciaco. -.= \u25a0 -.-\u25a0 a Astor assailed june. 6, 8. A m.? nor Wood for san Francisco. " \u25a0 "\u25a0. ? f\ Ocean steamers y1 yvoy.p Southampton arrived Jane Ester Kali Erin August Victoria,1 from new. York.�. Liverpool arrived june Star 5 celtic from new Y.R.. \u25a0.?."".--?, "-.-. A Plymouth arrived june 9? Star . Paul from new s Y.R.. Or a a \u25a0a--. Editor hurries East for father s funeral Charles Phillips departs to attend services for aged Patrick Phillips 7 Charles 7 Phillips editor of the san Francisco Monitor the official Organ of archbishop Riordan is hurrying East to attend the funeral of his father. Patrick Phillips who died in new Richmond wis., Early yesterday morn ingy7y? 7 yyy"7u25a0.". Messages reporting the death of Patrick Phillips were received in this City yesterday morning. Phillips left for new Richmond 2 o clock. Patrick Phillips was 85 years of age and was one of the most widely known citizens in . -7 Croix m county wis. He left his native Home Jin bal ,7f county Sligo Ireland when a Young Man and spending several j years 7in Canada 7 settled yen Wisconsin where hey exerted a wide influence the work of developing . Croix county. 7 \u25a0 ""\u25a0-. A 7 ?.?7he is survived ? his 7. Wife mrs. Martha Macconaghy Phillips two sons Frank . And \u00a3charles"? Phillips and a daughter mrs. James p. Donahue. A sister mrs., Phillip Mead also. Survives. F. Charles Phillips is one of the 1 Young est and most enterprising 77 Catholic journalists in America. He has been editor of the Monitor for the last seven years. He Haa made Many notable contributions to California literature some of his most recent literary productions having been \u25a0 pre pared Tor the Call. ? he is now\u25a0 editing the latest edition of Charles ?9warrenstoddard s in the foot prints \u25a0of the he will arrive new Rich a mond monday morning in time to tend the funeral ceremonies and will return Tor san Francisco Yit is expected in about three weeks. Tacoma plans Stampede special dispatch to the Call Tacoma a. 1junei arrangement have r been \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 completed whereby so of the most famous Cowboy and cowgirl wild West riders ropers Etc. Will participate in the first stadium Stampede. To beheld in connection with the Mon Tamara fes to this \ year on the after Noons of horses and 32 of cattle including the wildest Broncos and steers obtainable Havel been secured while the 7 total number of performers will be. Not less than"6o.7?7 a ?.7?.y ,.7 a ,?7?7v the. San Francisco Call. Saturday june 7, 19j3.2 Low rates j i Chicago i and East Ijo \ vi.-. B s round trip tickets rates shown be fire Low Are on Sals on various dates via 3 Chicago Union Pacific n 3 North Wos torn Lino in i Liberal return limits and a 7 Peiin Ivo Rable Stop Over privileges. I Najj these Low rate.ticket Are Ibin available Forg passage Jon the Kimiji 1luxuriously s equipped electric Rhi lighted � Saa franc Lea Over Stidl jul Iliad limited ? leaving m san Giehll Francisco Dally lat j 00 1p. M., i Bill or on trains leaving 1 40? in he p. And 11 40 p. U. ?10? \u25a0 Elfull direct \u25a0 to \ Cal Saga full nil. With Uaea blast. Of left ,\u25a0 lll1 $72.50 i m Chicago ., and ? return a $75.70 in fast. Paul Aad Minneapolis rat ? mint., return i $83.307lnin 7 cloth minn., and return. if1, $108.50 n new Tore. N. To. Aad return. In \u25a0 \u25a0 $110.50 ius �ogton,, and return. 189 $108.50 b Philadelphia. Paand return. Of a $107.50 a rai/nmorhyimd.? and retain m$107.60 a a. A. 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