"$200 Reward! For information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the two fiends, who on the 9th day of June, 1903, assaulted and outraged the person of Mary Silva, a school girl, aged 14 years, about two miles from Orinda Park, near the San Pablo creek."
"$100 Reward. Taken from in front of 2280 Green Street, San Francisco, during the night of Wednesday, May 9, 1907: One Stevens-Duryea Four Cylinder 20 H.-P. Automobile."
"A piece of new, very small, cotton, rope about six feet long with a noose in one end was found under Cordes' head. The rope belonged to the murderer and as it was covered with blood and hair from Cordes' whiskers it is supposed it was used to choke him and compell him to tell where his money was."