From: The Oakland Tribune, 04 January 1906
William Duchrau Is in Trouble
Following the disappearance of William Duchrau, one of the proprietors of the Pabst Cafe, 478 Eighth Street, attachments were levied on the place yesterday by Constable Hempstead for claims of $600 and by Sheriff Barnet for the Pabst Brewing Company, $1240, and Cahn & Baumgartner, $939.
Robert Flemming, the remaining partner, says he will clear the indebtedness, for which he blames Durchrau [sic].
The missing man's wife and children are said to be in need at their home on Grove and Twenty-ninth streets.