Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 23, 1906, Page 2, Image 2

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cro streets nor'h of It tn Fsmsm. both
MB. bet wn Tenth and Slxeenth street.
Lynn A Hon s.pree company.
Unit II -Wnteenth. lull rtln. from
Talley to Fsrnatn. Lyons A Bonn Express
flout No. 11-Valley and rrs itrti
rtwen It sod Center, both sides, between
Hlteenth atrret and Fsrk avenue. W. W.
r.outP No. IS Walnut and Croup mwti
l,rtwen It ni) Harney, both sld"S, "Is-t-enth
to Perk avenue. Lyons A Bom
Enrres company.
rtoute No. I--West of Park avenue,
rrwp streets Valley to Center, both hides.
! HUI foul company.
Route No, 1A- West of Park avenue, Wal
imt to IKrn'v, crops streets on both aide,
.lohn O'Kefe.
Root No. l--Fainam. both aid, For
tieth to !! kail. Bralljr A Dorrance.
Riirte N. 17 Seward to Isard, Forty
seventh to TMrty-thlrd. both aldea of
etreet. F.pre-men'B Delivery company.
Riuta No. ltu Sewsrd to Isard. Thirty
third to Sixteenth, both aides of street.
t)nalia Oss company.
. Rout No. is nnuglaa to Cumin. Thlrty
fhlrd to Sixteenth, both sides. Omaha Gai
Ftrtu' Ko Jffc-Seward to Blnny. Forty
seventh to Thirty-third, both sides. John
Route, No. II t niilrard avenue to Ames,
Thirty-sixth to Twenty-fourth. Coal Hill
Coal company. ' ...
Kouta No. 22 Central Park and Mon
mouth Park districts, and Fort street to
Amoa svnu, Twentieth to Thirtieth.
Jj. Bruce.' ' ' '
Rout No. Rlnnejr to Amea, Twenty
fourth to Sixteenth. United Btatea Ex
press company. .
Route No. 24 Twenty-fourth Ptreet. Fort
to Cuming, both pldea. Coal Hill Coal
company. .
' R.nii KTn. "A-Park avenue, both sines.
from Hanscom Park
to rarnam. ionn
Route No. 2 Twentieth ptreet. from
I-ako to Farnm. MoCauley Express com-
'"lloute No. 27-Seward to Blnney, Thirty
third to Sixteenth.. both aldea. Omaha Oas
Mayor Ilmmaa on Hand.
Mayor Zlmman waa preaent at relief
headquarters nearly all afternoon. While
the relief committee held no meeting yes
terday, the mayor waa anxious to do what
ha could In the T.-ork and managed to get
himself looking very duaty and tired as
niptlng Superintendent Morris at th city
On of the donations that seems to fit
the latest appeals from San Francisco
waa mad by 8t. Joseph s hospital In the
shap of three large packages of absorbent!
cotton, lint and gausa for dressing wound.
Announcement was mada yeaterday to
the mayor that the Kolb A Dill company
In "I. O. LV will give a special matinee
nt the Krug theater Tueeday afternoon,
the entire proceeds to go to th local re
lief fund. The organisation Is a California
one and most of Ita members hall from that
Collected on subscription Hat No. 13,
Robert O. Fink chairman, Hon. lie S
Estelle and Frank Bandle members of com
mittee: Atorx Brewing company t too
W. I. Redlok
Robert O. Fink 15
William O. Vr. 15
Mrs. 1 B. Estelle and children 10
E. d. Solomon , 10
.Txmes Walsh 10
Herman Beal 10
Fred Brunlng.. 10
WeatUch Press Publishing company R
Frank Bandle 6
A. U flutton .'.t 6
J. W.- McDonald 5
V. A. Bmadwell t
H. D. Reed t
H. M. Sadler A Bon 5
Frank Dewey , 5
M. J. Kennard E
P. J. Tralnor....i i
Charles Leslie t
W. W. 8labaih R
A. C. Troup R
Howard Kennedy t
Employes of th court house S7
Total t 432
Omaha's iabscrlptloa List.
Guy C." Barton
. l.uou
. as
. sou
. 600
Ueorge A. Joslyn.
I'nlon Stock Yards Co
Travelers' Protective association
First National bank
Merchants' National bank
oinuha National bank
J. A. CrclRhton
Mrs. B.- Y."i NaPhrU.w. .'
-. l-ee-Gln-s-Andif -en
.'Met Bros
Paxton A Gallagher
Krug Brewing Co....; ,
M. K. Binlth A Co...
Alle.i Bros
Omaha Lodga of Blks
Wright A Wllhelmy .company
Thomas Kllpatrick company ,
' Rome Miller
fit lins of Nellgh. Neb
Omaha Firemen
Ht. Peters school children....
Kaywnrd Bros, Shoe Co
WlillKm O. Maul
People's etora
Ricunrd Scannell
T. J. Mahoney ,
J. M. llitchooc.k.
H. T. Clarke ,
Mi Shane Lumber Co
V. A. Nah
.1 Ij. Brandels A Sons ,
Omuha He
Siuiilitrlsnd Bros.,
P. E. Iler
Mnlnger A Metcslf
orchard A Wllhelm
("aluoiot Coffee House
lron Reed Co
Richardson Drug Co
Chicago Lumber Co
Nebraska Funeral Director asaocli
Hon .....
Omaha Policemen ...
K A. Benson
National Association Stationary Eng
Payne Investment Co
Oscar Harer
Oeorge A Co
1'. 8. Supply company
Crane company
Parlin, Orrndorff A Martin
CUIariia of Pender, Neb
M. Hplcabcrgor
('. L. Ooodrlch
J. K. Rue
Oeorge Tlldrn
A. M. C'olaneii
J. W. Ralph
H. H. Italdrlge
omuha Stove Repair Works
W. Mlchaelson
Triangle Loilae.,
K. T. Ransom
Klopp A Hartlett
Jtees I'rlntlng Co
A. t. Root ,
National Printing company
Rurkley Printing company
VV. L. Coakley
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But Many Drop It.
A yuiing CalKurniA wife talks about cof
fee. "it Kti hard to drop Mocha and Java
and gtv Post urn Food Coffee a trial, but
my nervv were so shattered that I waa a
netvoui wreck, and. Ot course, l hut means
all kind of ails.
"Al fliat I thought bicycle riding cauaed
It, and I gave It up, but my condition re
mained unchanged. I did not want to ac
knowledge coffe caused the trouble, for I
was vtry- fond ot It. At that time a friend
cam to- liv with us, and I noticed that
after h had been with ua a week he would
tot drink his coffe any more. I asked him
the res son. He. replied: I have not bad a
headache sine 1 left off drinking coffee
ome mo whs ago till last week, when I
lgan stain, bere at your tubl. I don't
se, how anyon can Ilk codec, anvaay,
after grlnklng Postum.'
" said nothing, but at once ordered a
package t Postum. Tnt was flv months
ugo. tnd w hav drank no other coffe
wince, except on two occasions, when w
had company, and the result each time
was that my husband could not sleep, but
lay awake and tossed and talked halt the
night. W -weire convinced that coffe
caused his suffering, so h returned to
Poatunv Food Coffee, convinced that the
old kind waa an enemy instead of a friend,
and h 1 troubled no mors by Insomnia.
' 1, myself, have gained tight pounds in
weight, and my , nerves hav ceased to
quiver. It seems o easy now to quit die
uld eoff that caus4 aur aches end alls
and tak up Postum." Nam given by
Poatum Co., Battl treek. Mich. There a
res a an.
Rd th littl book, "Tta itoad to Weil
'U,"'ln pkga. ' '
R. C. Petera Co.'. xS
W. F. Smith A Co.
A. F. Smith A Co
W. J C. Kenvon
W. M. Davidson
D. J. O Rrlen Co
XV. O. Ollbert
Omaha Printing Co
R. P and E O. Hamilton
Ir. R. S. Hoffman
Beatrice Creamery company.
W. L. Slly
Rev. J. W. Btenaon
W. H. Green
Harrison A Morton
Thornup Rrrnnsn
Fttsrerald Irmody .
Omrt 1.. MHIt
Ruseoii Rrokrrage company.
W. F. Shdton
C C. Stebhlns
Frers A O Flyng Co....;...........
Freight Claim Offlc. C, B. A Q. Ry...
Charles Rose water. M. D
J. J. Derlght
H. W. McClanshan
Rer. P. J. Judge
John W. Robblns
.T. Iiei s
Bohemian Independent Order of For-
ester. No. tt0
If. B. Davis
A. XV. Kingman
H. P. Deuel
N. B. Smith
Hall Distributer company ,
Payne, Bostwlck Co
The Putnam Co
R. A. I-enhard
Hans Kruse
Haptlngs A Heyden
Garvin Prop.
Feeiner Printing Co
McCoy A Co
F. L. Campbell
XV. F. Gurley
Carl F.ngeliander
3. F. Burgepa ....
D. P. Marsh
Charles Btora
NattlnreT & Olsen '.
J. M. Baldrige
John Dal .
Cramer A Chandler
I. A. Medlar A Co
Datiglae Printing company....
A. L. I'ndeland
W. B. Hood
H. Heyn
Cash t
O. Tremalne .
C. E. Town
1. C. Hoohle
C. R. :
A. B. Acherman
Fl A. Mason
I.. O. Hicks
Shimer A Chase Co
J. B. Dtimont
B. W. Ball
New Snow-Church Co
XV. H. Gates
Philip Potter Co
S. M. Bemros
T. C. Marsh
J. L. Harrington
F. M. Tremalne
Dr. L. 8. Miller
Cash .'
O. P. Morrell
R. H. LanderVou
.1. A. C. Kennedy
O. W. Tanner
Cash v...
A. Schaefcr
Grata Men's Donations.
Thla is th list of cash contributions
to the relief fund thus far by th Omalla
grain men:
V. S. National bank .' $600
G. W. Wattles 100
Omaha Klevator company 260
Transmlsslsslppi Grain company, by
E. P. Peck, manager 100
t'pdike Grain company 100
Merrlam A Holmqulat Co 100
S. Henman 100
F. D. Day Grain company R0
Bartlett-Frailer CO 60
XV. C. Bundorland 16
Exchange Grain company 26
J. H. Hamilton Co J5
E. E. Huntley 25
Rudolf Beal In
J. F. Twomley A Bon '. 25
A. H. Merchant 5
Thomas Baker ' 6
rionrre M. I.vona.' ' 6
Nebraska and Iowa Elevator Co..... 5
Hynes Grain company SO
J. Da via '1
Soath Omaha List.
Following Is the Hat of subscriptions mad
by the people of Bouth Omaha In aid of th
sufferesa nt San Francisco and other cltie:
t'nlon Stock Tarda company (sent
direct) Il.oor.oo
Boutb Omaha IJve Btock exchange.. 1.000.00
Commission firms and Individuals ,
doing business at the Llv Btock
exchange, aa follows:
National Live Stock Commission Co. 26.00
Great Western Commission Co....... 25.00
Nye A Buchanan 25.00
Nebraska Live Stock Co 2. 00
George Smith 25.00
Frailer-Johnson Co 35.00
Rosenbaum Bros. A Co 2S.
Rice Bros 2S.00
Thomas B. Mcpherson ' 15. 00
Joseph E. Bowes 6.00
The Journal-Stockman Co 25.00
Cox-Jones Commission Co., W. IL
Jones 25.00
Cash J. 00
W. F. Denny A Co 2S.00
Joseph Bliss '. 6.00
Laverty Bros 28.00
Williams A Sons 6.00
O. K. Taddock .. BOO
J. W. Lattln .t
John Smith 10.00
I'nlon Rendering and Refining Co.,
per A. M. Hayes
P R. Hlhbard
Ralston A Fonda. y John Ralston..
George E. Woodif
Omaha Live Stuck Commission Co..
Evana-Snider-Uuel Co., by L. Cbllds
Employea of Clay, Robinson A Co..
100. 00
28 00
15 00
10. fO
ingg tiros., by w. H. iagg
Clay, Robinson A Co...
Iowa Commission Co
George Adam A Frederick Co
F. Chittenden
Winn Bros., R. A Co
George Burke Co ;
E. Melady
Martin Broa. A Co
Roberta Bros
J. F. Glllett .
Clifton A Son
Draper Smith
George Jonle
S V. Acker
XV. C. Fleury ,
M. C. Peters
J. L. Paxton :.
Parkhurst A Hopper
Employes of Armour A Co.' South
Oinaha plant, independent of sub
scription niade by Armour A Co..
T'nlon Stock Yarda National bank...
Packers National bank
Bouth Omaha National bank
Otflcers and clerks of Packer Na
tional bank
Officers and clerks of Bouth Omaha
National bank
List of subscriptions obtained by
Cressey A Wheeler
List of subscriptions -tSbtained by
.Revs. J. Ahern and Kopieta
20U 00
seeretary u I Cam mere as! La bar
Retaraa t Hla Mam.
Victor Metcslf, secretary of Commerce
and Labor, passed through Omahk Sunday
morning on th Overland Limited en rout
to San Francisco aa th personal repre
sentative of Preaident Roosevelt and also
as representative of the government. H
occupied a stateroom in on of th regular
sleepers, but had not arisen when th
train left Omaha.
Mr. Metcalf was accompanied by his
private secretary and had as traveling
companion from Washington C. XV. Dorr,
vie president and. general oounsel of th
Alaska rackers' association of Ban Fran
Cisco, and Frank N. Heney.
Mr. Metcalf lestdes In Oakland, but hi
wife was with hm tn Waahlngton. He re
ceived a message from his son in San
Francisco saying he was safe.
Hlordaa liar Bark la Help (athaltea
I sitr Mtm.
Archbishop Riordan of San Francisco
waa on the westbound Overland Limited
Sunday morning. He 'was n - rout to
Washington an Baltimore, when th newt
nt tht disaster eaused him to turn around
and return to San Fraaciaco, where h says
h will be needeu to asit In rebuilding
some of the many Catholic Institutions
wK- were swept saay by the flic-
Omaha Lawer Return! from California
- "With Report of Oonntj Clerk's Safety.
ay F.atlmatea of Mi Franelaee)
Loss of Life Are Greatly F.maa-
Itle Last Heavily.
T. W. Blackburn, the attorney, returned
yesterday afternoon from the raclflo
roast. He left Los Angeles Tuesday even
ing via the coast line en rout to San
Francisco, expecting to pnd Wednes
day In th metropolis. His train was a
trifle late and had Just passed through
the series of tunnels below Sallna and
had arived at that station at 1:13 a. m.,
th moment the earthauake shock oc
curred. Mr. Blackburn slept through tlie dis
turbance, however, and had ho knowledge
of th fact until about breakfast time.
Th train crept slowly northward to
Pajaro, the Junction station for Watson
Vllle. Paspengera noticed that all the
chimney of the ranch houee on either
side th railroad 'had toppled over, but
had no Idea that any particular destruc
tion of property beyond this had resulted
from the shakeup. '
"At Pajaro the railway people Informed
passengers that ten freight car were In
the ditch a few mile out and five hour'
delay would b experienced," said Mr.
Blackburn. "Many went over to Watson,
vllle, a city of 6.000 or more, among them
myself. The brick buildings showed con
siderable damage and the wagon bridge
acros the Pajaro river had been shaken
out of plumb. The approachea wer
sunken and otherwise disturbed. Great
cracks In the surface of the ground made
the bridge Impassable for teams. No live
were lost and no serious injury waa sus
tained to the residents, though It will take
many thousand dollars to repair the dam
age to property.
Train Detataed Thirty Hoar.
"Our train was detained thirty hours,
and then by transferring afoot over a
high railroad bridge on Wednesday aft
ernoon the belated Los Angeles passen
gers got first to Gllroy, then to San Jose,
and a few of ua were able to get standing
room In train running to Nlles, Tracy,
Oakland and Stockton. At Tracy I boarded
the Overland No. 6, two hour late, and
came on without material Inconvenience
or delay home.
"At th railroad bridge there were evi
dences ot the earthquake; twisted rails,
sunken piers and shifting hillsides. Hill
two hundred feet In elevation showed
cracks from' foot to summit i and great
areas of the surface moved down to cover
railway and wagon roads. At Gllroy
every brick building was wrecked more or
less nnd many frame buildings were dam
aged. A sohool house was practically
ruined. Plat glass and large window
panes were generally dcstroed and brick
chimneys were toppled over In every part
of the country from Salinas to eacramentn.
"Ban Jose, a beautiful city of 30.000 peo
ple, waa sadly demoralised. People had
slept In the open air Wednesday night.
Business was practically suspended. Th
state militia wis camped in the park and
the handsome buildings, public and private,
where of stone dr brick, without exception
were badly damaged. Fifty lives were lost,
particularly In the large brick hotels.
which caved In or collapsed. The people
wen not yet recovered from their fright
and were fr tn0 most part outside their
homes and place of business, still afraid
to -esuma occupation of h6ushold Voca
tions. ...' 5 " :
Peopl Look for Friends.
"On the trains leading towards Oakland
for' none were permitted to enter San Fran
ciscohundreds of anxious people hastened
to pee what could be learned ot friends
and on those coming away from the
stricken city thousands crowded every Inch
of space, fleeing from ruin, want, fire and
lndcrlbahle horrors
"Those of us' who had been delayed at
Pajaro learned little of the actual truth
until we reached San Jose.- The wires were
down and only the wildest rumors reached
us In our Isolated valley station. The
worst came with the extra newspapers
when we reached the little city. At Tracy,
where I waited for my train until 10 p. m
Thursday night, although seventy-five
miles from San Francisco, the red sky
showed the fire on Nob Hill and close to
the horlion the furnace of flame was die
tlnctly visible.
"The train brought scorea and hundreds
ot tourists hastening home, fleeing from
the horrors ot Wednesday and Thursday.
Women, children and men from the hotels
of San Francisco, with nothing left of
their possessions excepting what clothing
and valuablea they carried on their persons
from their desperately dangerous lodging
places, filled two sections of the train.
One little lady In my cur, with a child, of
6 years, escaped from the Occidental hotel
In her night dress with bedroom slippers
and such garments for herself and child
aa she could grab In her Imste to reach
safety. The plastering of her sleeping
room Ml upon her bed and cut a guah In
her forehead. . All day Wednesday she and
her child sought safety. All night Wednes
day night she and her little one were out
of house and home. Finally, by making
a long detour, she succeeded In crossing
th bay to Alameda and by almost super
human exertion Anally got a berth in the
Bleeping car and came on homo a nervoua
wreck from the awful experience of two
days and a night. Her case is one of
thousands, for the city waa full of eastern
people making their last visits In San Fran
cisco before Journeying homeward. -
An elderly clergyman, shaken by the
earthquake out of hla bedroom In the St.
Francis, returned later assured that the
splendid new hotel was safe from fire, only
to b roused at 11 p. m. with the startling
intelligence that the beautiful steel and
brick structure waa doomed. He then went
to high ground and took a room in fancied
safety, when at i . m. the alarm of fire
was again raised and he saw his aecond
lodging place destroyed.- To a third hotel
still farther from the seething flames he
made hla way and In two hours the troop
ordered residents and visitors to move hack
toward the faraway Presidio, and thia third
hotel was licked up by the Insatlat demon
of flame. By and by tho aged clergyman
got to Berkeley by ferry and caught th
train for his eastern domicile.
Ha Kaa at Incidents.
"I could fill your newspaper with Inci
dent related to my fellnw-passengar who
passed through the earthquake and fir.
Th stories as given out by the press, so
far aa San Francisco la concerned, ar not
tmi;!i exaggerated. Indeed, exaggeration
would add nothing to the terrlbl truth.
The smaller cities suffered much loss r.f
property from Salinas to Santa Rosa,
though aa far aa known when I ram away
there wer comparatively few live sacri
ficed, excepting at San Jose, Agnews and
Santa Rosa. Th greater calamity at tho
metropolis overshadows th Incident ot
the smaller towns, though tb loss of
life and property at San Jos alone ex
reeds that at Charleston, 8. C.
"The Indomitable courage of the stricken
people anJ their marvelous fortitude ax
cite th admiration of all. Ban Francisco
depolated waa not a city of walling and
weeping. Out at Golden Gat park and all
over tb hills toe1 peopl looked upon the
; 'awful speviacl with .dry eyes and the
common people, as well as the leading
business men. who knew that their po
sepplonp. small or great, were either gone
or In Immediate danger, had the courage
to say to each other and the guest of the
terrible day and night that In five years
San Francleco should be greater and mora
beautiful than rer.
"At San Jose two real estate firms tacked
to their shattered plate glass windows
above the dehrl of ruined offices, "We Will
buy any property offered t less thsn
former prices." At Watsonvllle I person
ally saw the president and cashier o the
Pajaro Valley bank opon th doors of that
broken building promptly at 10 a. m. Wed
nenday, though at the time workmen were
bracing the cracked structure to prevent-
coping and ornamental cnrnlc work rem
tumbling Into the street and this In face of
the prediction thst two more shocks could
be expected during the day, both of which
were experienced.
Oakland Goes to Work.
"The cltixens of Oakland. With every brick
building more or less damaged, but with
small loss of life, turned immediately from
their own troubles to organise relief for
the hurrying thousands crowding Into the
once beautiful residence city of San Fran
cisco bay. Words fall nle to express my
admiration for th splendid work of public
officials, the military and naval authori
ties and the Individual cltisenshlp of this
empire slate. Loa Angeles, 600 miles away,
untouched by th earthquake, within six
hours had relief work In progress and a
delegation n route to Ban Francisco au
thorised to tender and render all assistance
possible In a situation of which no definite
Information could be obtained. All of this
California spirit waa buttressed and rein
forced by the prompt response of President
Roosevelt, congress and the country at
large. It ia a tremendous price to pay,
but barring the loss of Ufa and th misery
which th catastrophe entails upon human
beings. It I worth th money to see and
know that America, Americans and Cali
fornia Americans ar built of tha stuff that
wins in spite of cataclysms, and unite as
on family not only In a common mourning
for thoe whose lives ar taken, but Join
hands as brethren in rehabilitating and
renewing the lafld visited by desolation."
Good Jews for Omahans.
Mr. Blackburn brought the first word that
has come of County Clerk D. M. Haverly.
He saw him at Watsonvllle through a car
window thouab he Aid not get to speak to
him. Mr. Haverly looked well, he said.
Mrs. Fred Metx and daughter he saw at
Loa Angeles. They told him they were
going to Ban Francisco and would stop at
the Hamilton hotel,- but expected to come
home aoon by way of Portland. The Hamil
ton waa destroyed, but Mr. Blackburn
thinks perhaps the Omaha women had left
Ban Francisco In time to escape the wreck.
Mr. Blackburn also thinks Miss Clara
Thomas did not reach SarT Francisco before
th earthquake. Bh was to have left Santa
Barbara the night before. Ho was on the
train she waa to have taken and as the
train was delayed In one place thirty hours
he had opportunity of seeing everybody on
It. He did not see Miss Thomas.
One Man Who Saw Great City Hnll
. Go Down.
C. B. Conaway of Fatrmount, W. Va
brother of A. L. Conaway of Omaha, went
through on Union Paclfto train No. 6 Bun
day afternoon. He waa at the Argyle hotel
In Ban Francisco during the earthquake
and saw th city hall fall. He declares
that not less than 5,000 people were killed.
Mr. Conaway and his Omaha brother were
In old Mexico together recently, and they
parted a week ago, one to return to Omaha
and the, other to, visit Ban Francisco before
going oast. '..'',"
C M. Emmons1ojf Pittsburg. Pa.,"" aatd
when th shock came the flrst thlnw he
thought of was to get picturea for the
home papers. He rushed to the window
and took-a snsp shot ot the falling build
ings. Later In the day he spent two hours
taking pictures of yawning cracks In the
earth, ' burning buildings and pile of
corpses. He Is carrying the plates with
him to Pittsburg and would not leave any
In Omaha at any price.
E. E. Benger ct San Francisco was an
other on the train'. He owned a restaurant
on Geary street and lost everything but
his clothes. He borrowed money to get to
New Tork, where, he has relatives. Mr.
Benger waa on the seventh floor of the
Elysium hotel when the shock came. He
said the building swayed like a ship and
the bed waa thrown from one aide of the
room to the other. His cousin, T. A. Werta,
was with' him, also bound for. New Tork.
General Booth Glvea Thousand nnn
Wa-rkera Will Collect.
Major Galley, head of the Salvation Army
tn this city, has received word from head
quarters that General William Booth has
telegraphed from London for the
benefit ot th sufferers In Ban Francisco.
Commander Eva Booth. In charge of the
army In this country, has issued order
to' ajl corps In th United States to spend
th next three days In soliciting funds
for th sufferer. Relief headquarters have
already been opened in Oakland and alt
supplies will le sent there for the pres
ent. - ' .
I Mian Pnelno Relief Train.
The following supplies for relief of
San Francisco sufferers were moved over
th Union Faclflo railroad yesterday:
On car provisions, Omaha.
Two cars packing lious products on
casterp contribution orders, Omaha.
Oner car cracker on eastern . contribu
tion orders, Omaha.
One carload of flour, Cheyenne.
On car provisions and clothing, Chey
enne and Larainl.
On car provision. Haatings, Neb.
On car provisions, delivered from Kan
sas points via Hastings and Grand Island.
Two cars flour, Manhattan, Kan.
One car flour, Minneapolis, Kan.
Two cars flour, Mallna, Kan.
On car flour, Norfolk, Neb.
Four car flour, Miuneapolls. Minn.
One car flour, Humphrey, Neb.
Seventeen car United State govern
ment supplies. Jerrersonville, Ind.
Fourteen cars provisions from east, de
livered via Denver.
Twenty-two care ' provisions from east,
delivered via Denver.
General Fnaaton and Mayor Srhmlta
Malta Dental.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 22.-Th Asso
ciated Press is requested to transmit the
War Department Headquarters, Pnciflc
Division, San Francisco. April 22. Several
telegrams have been received at thea
headquarters as to th epidemic of con
tagious disease In Baa Francisco. There-
is absolutely no truth in any of these state
ments. There is no' epidemic of any kind
and no preaent prospect of any. Such state
ments are simply doing harm to San Fran
cisco and Injuring the country In general.
It would be deemed a great service to the
suffering people of San Franclxco and all
their frlenda if it could be published
throughout the country that the. condi
tio as are not so.
FUN8TON, Commanding.
E. E. 8CHMITZ. Mayor.
reckless with Waaler
ar th friends of those cured of Stomach,
Liver and lfldney Trouble by Electric Bit
ter. 60 ctn:. Guaranteed. For sal by
Sherman ft McConntll Drug Co.
BIRTHSTONEs Edbolra. lath A Harney.
Bipuam, Ll Tic tonight. Ticket at Hop'.
(Continued from First Page.)
child died and was Ir-ft when the party was
formed to move. Three bodle wer found
today In the ruins of th house on Harri
son street, betwven First and Second.
They had been burned beyond all possi
bility of Identification. They wer burled
on the north beach at the foot of Van Ness
The body of a man was found In th
middle ot Silver street between Third and
Fourth. A hit of burned" envelope was
found In the pocket of the vest bearing
th hame "A. Houeton."
At noon today report hive been made
by deputies sent out by th Board of
Health of the finding of twenty-three bodies
In various parts of th city. Few of them
could be Identified. The bodies wer burled
In various places and the graves numbered.
Sanitary Condition Improve.
The Board of Health reports a very en
couraging health condition, considering tha
circumstances. Sickness Is constantly on
th decrease. There are very few conta
gious diseases and these are being attended
at Deer Lodge, In Golden Gat park. Sani
tary conditions in the residence districts
are being Improved.
A large corps of volunteers started at
work yesterday removing all cans of
garbage to the curbs. Wagons were being
pressed Into service today and the garbage
removed to th burned districts, where It
will be destroyed. Cesspools ar being dug.
Most ot the sickness Is among th people
who are living out of doors and It IS
upon these cases that the Board of Health
Is concontratlng most ot Its attention.
Hundreds of volunteer doctora, dentists,
nurses and helpers are at work allaying
Buffering.' Ever since the Are broke out
there haa been no lack of volunteera for
every kind of work.
Major Torrey of the United States army
and Dr. Foster of the State Board ot Health
have charge of the work among the people
who are out of doors and Dr. Haasler IB
at the head of the sanitary work.
Oakland haa furnished a sanitary corps
to ataitt In restoration of the water supply
and another that will aid in cleaning th
Hospital Bapplles Arriving.
Dr. K. A. L. MacKensle, chief surgeon
of th Oregon Railway and Navigation
company, haa reached here In charge of two
physicians, a number ot nurses and plenty
of hospital supplies. Dr. XV. E. Carl ot the
Oregon State National guard haa arrived.
In addition to the entire Third hospital
corps of Oregon.
Th soldiers and the police are forcing
every available man In the downtown dis
trict of the city to work, no matter where
they are found or under what conditions.
One party of four rnen that came down
town In an automobile yesterday waa
stopped on Market street by the soldiers.
The well dressed .men were ordered out
of the maohlne and compelled to assist In
clearing the debris from Market street so
that provisions msy be hauled up through
the center of the city. Then the automobile
was loaded with provisions and sen,t out
to relieve the hungry people In the park.
Men coming from the unbumed district
In the western addition with the intention
of crossing the bay to go to Oakland and
Berkley were stopped In the do'wntown
section and put to. work. On case whUsh
attracted attention wa that of a young
man who was pressed Into service by the
soldiers. H came clad in a fashionable
summer suit, straw hat and kid gloves.
The minute the guards caught sight of
him he was grabbed and ordered to help
clear the bricks and 'other debris off the
car tracks. At first he hesitated, but tha
sharp .points of a bayonet convinced htm
that there was no escape and for the next
Ave hours he waa doing a laborer'a work
In spite of his handsome attire. As a re
sult of this system the streets are being
rapidly cleaned.
sewers In Deplorabl Condition.
The Inspection of th sewers made today
by tha board of public work shows that
lit outlet to the systems In the residence
section remaining unburn ed are all In good
condition save two.
In th district south ot Market atreet
few, If any systems, remain. President
Maestrettl of the board of public works,
describes the condition as "deplorable."
In the business district no Inspection has
been made. The work of repairing the
sewers needed at once is under way.
Gangs of workmen are being sent out.
Teams and wagons have been secured and
some sort of order Is being established.
Plumbers and doctods are needed. Borne are
volunteering, but the demand far exceeds
the supply. The situation Is becoming
Increasingly difficult. Householders and
campers have been ordered to remove garb
age and refuse to the curb lines on the
street. The health department Impressed
the wagons Into service to cart away th'.i
debris. The supply of chloride of lime t
nearly exhausted.
Street Cars Rssslsg,
San Francisco la not now without paa
aeniter pet-vice. Cars are running down
Fillmore street and appear to have plenty
of power. The fare la free to all with th
exception of boy. The cars on Sutter and
Pacific avenue will probably be run by
horses. The federal troops under command
of General Funstun have already taken
systematic charge of the principal portion
of th city entrusted to their care.
Major Benson of the Fourteenth cavalry.
Is In command of the provost guard. Gen
eral Funston's headquarters are at Fort
Mason and he has under his command
8,000 federal force.
United States Marshal Shoup of Alaska,
who wa in the Palace hotel, San Fran
cisco, at the time of the earthquake. Is
safe with hundreds in Piedmont park.
Oakland. Although severely shaken by
the 'quake, he escaped injury. Five chil
dren were born last night in th hospitals
thst hav been established at Golden Gat
park, making eighteen births in this park.
Eight babies have been bom In Buena
Vista park.
Trains have been running on all lines
practically on the regular schedule, ex
cept on tho coast line of the Southern Pa
cific, The first mail from San Francisco
for outMlde polits wss dispatched yester
day and since that -time all regular dis
patches have been made excepting a fw
of tha smaller closed pouch dispatches,
which ar omitted in order that the post
office might concentrate the forces upon
the heaviest and most Important mall.
The insurance companies have notified
the mayor that if any attempt Is rnad to
build fires in ttsn Francisco except th
bakeries, all insurance will be Invalidated
heller Ballsing Ererted.
Th authorities in charge of th camp
at Golden Gat park report that eight
ouiiaings one nunarea ana nrry reet long
by twenty-eight feet wide will hav been
finished by night.
These buildings will be cut Into compart
ments large enough to furnish sleeping
room for a family and each compartment
will have a separata entrance from th
outside. Lumber is being delivered at th
park In tsrge qusntltles and one hundred
and thirty-five carpenter are at work on
the temporary buoldinga. Many of the
people who have not even had tent shelter
thus far will tonight hav a roof over their
( Plenty af Bread.
Th city 's being red from three large
sources and Innumerable aupply stations.
Ther ar from loo.GuO to 100.000 peopl fed
daily, there Is plenty of flour and bread
and If th wholesale men of the different
.departments would come forward It would
I f i
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Runlcel's Cr&iiic dc MIIIc Chocolate
it cream mnd cWolate well it th "cream" of chocolates. It leer all the
deep, rich chocolate flavor but givet you most enticing taste of freth, pure
"cream of the milk" with it. ' The blend of the two it delightfully perfect.
Creme do Milk Chocolate it firm -smooth and tweet without the leatt hint of
insipidness. Packaged in 5 and 10 cent tizet and squared off into deliciout
bits, to at to be eaten with gloved fingers.
Send 2c for sample of chocolate and miniature can of cocoa.
4U trya-r y rurykoif lUlUb llQTBEIS. Cca aai Cascslata Meaalachirar. Htw Tsra
w ijui Win Mill) mm'
Attention is directed to the uplendid new equipment
of electric lighted daily trains, Omaha and Council
Bluffs to Sioux City, Mankato, St. Paul and Minne
apolis via
Buffet-smoking and library car, splendid Pullman
drawing room sleeping cars and free reclining chair
cars of the latest type, withall modern travel conven
iences; train new from the shops and brilliantly
lighted by electricity, leaves Omaha daily 8.28 p. m.
Electric reading lamps in every section and draw rag
room and in the buffet-library car. Electric curling
iron heaters in the iadies dressing rooms. Breakfast
a la carte in buffet library can
The North-Western Line is the direct line to St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Superior, Duluth, Ashland and the Lake
Superior country. .
Two trains daily leave Omaha 7.50 am and 8.28 pm.
Sleeping car reservations and full information concerning rates
and schedules on application at
mr,. TICKET OfTICCt t M01-U0S rarnam Street
aerv to help out In the difficulty. There
are eighteen bakeries being operated. . but
aome of them having been charging i and
E0 cents for a loaf of bread, the committee
acnt out a warnmg that cents would be
the price of bread per loaf. In a discussion
aa to what supplies were most necessary
In this city it was brought out that -medical
supplies, . disinfectants, food for In
valids and drugs are imperatively needed.
The city of Portland already has started
a steamer load of drugs and medical sup
plies and it will arrive here tomorrow or
tha next day.
City Offices Opened.
Th city auditor, the treasurer, tax col
lector and city attorney have established
temporary headquarters and are now mak
ing active preparations to resume the work
ot their offices. The vaults of the treas
urer, auditor and tax collector are In
taot. There is something like $6,500,000 In
tha vaults of th city treasurer. The tax
collector ' will be In a position to return
the collection ot taxes in a tew days and
there is no doubt but. all the officials and
other employes of tha city and county
of Ban Francisco will receive their salaries.
The relief committee today announced that
cltlcens would no longer V hindered In
progress through the -city : and that no
passes are required and that requisitions
cannot be made unless the caaa la ex
treme. The mayor of Stockton today tele
graphed to . Mayor gchmita offering to
barbecue beet by the carload and to can
soup and beans on a large scale.
City la anrlaar for TBMM) Hemeles ana
Hns Room far Wort.
OAKLAND. April M. Oakland I caring
for 7 M00 people rendered homeless by
the Ban Francisco dlaaater and la pre
pared to care for twlc aa many. Tha
height of tha, Influx has been reached and
the number of the refuge Is slightly
decreasing. Although they ar still com
ing In large number, still Wont ar leav
ing on every train for different point.
Bequests for transportation ar being in
vestigated as closely aa possible and all
th deserving are ' being sent . away.
Women and children . and marled .men
who wish to join their families in dif
ferent parts of the state, ar given th
preference. The transportation bureau is
on a atreet corner, where a man atanda
on a box and calls th names of those
who ar entitled to paaaes.
No one now goes hungry here and few
lack shelter, but cots and bed coverings
are needvd.
At the First Presbyterian tliurrh 1,100
were fed today and 1.000 people will sleep
there tonight. Pews have been turned
Into beds Cots ar tn the aisles. In the
gallery and in the Sunday school room.
Every available Inch of space is occu
pied by some substitute for a bed. ' An
emergency maternity hospital has been
established at Kveryvlll.
John V. Rockefeller ha sent money for
tht establishment of a mw camp mhloh
will bear hie name.
Los Angeles hss provided a camp to
accommodate a large number of people
and has sent sixty physicians and nurses
to look after the people in It. Food is
coming from that city and more he Id la
offered If needed. The principal food
needed now la fresh fruit, which is re
quested of nearby cities.
An important pleoe of work that Is going
on at relief headquarters la th register,
ing of refugees. There are tto clerks en
gaged In thia woik alone. All who register
are catalogued by tarda which bear their
names and their old and new addreasts.
In thia manner dusens of families have
been reunited and friends have found each
other. A line of anxious Inquirer extend
far out Into th street, whlls other file
past to register or to leave an Inquiry
for some one who might seek them. There
la an employment bureau where work is
provided whenever possible. Hundreds of
letters pour In and the Information asked
la given wherever possible. Independent of
the regular relief committee much work is
being done by fraternal societies, the mem
bers of which meet all Incoming trains and
take tare of tha destitute.
A wwddiug took lilac at th relief bureau
at midnight last night. Despite the fact
that the groom had only 11.30 the newly
married couple looked cheerfully on the
prospect that confronted them and departed
happy and hopeful.
A relief bureau' especially for theatrical
people is situated on Broadway and; relief
haa been furnished to 200 people. Opr '
hundred are being fed at the Bell theater
and will be given tickets out of town as
soon as possible. Stars as well aa music
hall singers are gathered at the bureau and
ther are many of them who look hungry
for a sight of the lights of Broadway.
The Chinese fared the worst of all the
San Francisco ret ugeea. Some got out with
their belongings at the first alarm of Are,
but others remained until tha afternoon.
Aa the flames cam closer they - were
driven out by the soldiers without being
allowed to gather food or clothing. A
hasty guard shot one as he was going Into
hla own store for goods.
Nearly 10,000 of them have arrived here
and the majority have been cared for In the
local Chinatown. Nearly all. of them are
absolutely destitute and it was impossible
until this morning to provide any adequate
way for feeding them. Many are going to
other towns, but there are thousands who,
no matter where they go, hav eunk Into
a state of apathy. They are housed aa
well aa possible among their countrymen,
but the accommodations are very meager.
B'nnl Brlth Give Money.
Omaha lodge, B'nal Brlth, at ita meeting
yesterday afternoon voted to contribute
tlOO towards the relief of the California
earthquake sufferers. The money will be
sent to the head president of the order
at Chicago In response to a telegram re
questing donations.
DOYD'8 T.i:2 Mgrs.
Tonight and Tuesday 3eo. M. Cohan'a
Musical Triumph ,
Thurs., Frld . Saturday Mat.' Saturday
In he Modern Comedy
Mary, Mary, 0,elte Contrary.
Comliig-KUBKLIK. May i.
Tonight All Week
Professional Mat. Tuesday.
Pricea-Nights, Sun. Mats, lo-lic Tues.,
Thurs., Bat. Mats., 10-30C.
Next Week JANE.
Sooth Performance Monday, Maw i.
Souvenir Photo of Albert Morrison.
'Phone Douglas 4M.
Every Night Matinees Thur. Rat., Hun.
Sender's Burlesque Circus; Myles Mc
Carthy snd A lila woolcott; Dan Bherman;
Mabel Da Foreat A Co.: Stanley A WlUon.
Clifford A Burk; Caprice Lynn Fay;
Murrav K. Hill and the Klnodrome.
PRICES 10c, 26c. 60.
In the Musical
Comedy Success
Tliuis. Lyman Twins, In "The Bustiers.'
Song Ketital LYRIC Tonight
rjood reserved stats still sals al
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