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• The members of San Francisco Lodge
No. 3, Benevolent and Protective Order
of Elks, will attend the Orpheum. in a
body to-night, accompanied by their la
dies, out of compliment to Brother John
Morrlsey, resident manager of the vaude
ville house. The theater will be decorated
with emblems of the order in honor of
of . the Methodist denomination of the
C. B. Perkins of the Simpson Memorial
Church; Dr. E. E. Kelly, a member of
the Central Methodist Church; E.G. Brig
don, representing Trinity Methodist
Church; Dr. F. D. Ashworth, repre
sentative of Grace Methodist Church; W.
de L. •Kingsbury, deputy Superintendent
of Public Schools; J. O. Dyar, William
Abbott afid G. H. Shepherd were among
the speakers who offered congratulations
to those who had succeeded in establish
ing the church.
In connection with the Park Church is
a Sunday-school, which has ' been in ex
istence for a year and has been serving,
so far as the children of the neighbor
hood are concerned, all the needs and re
quirements of parents.
Elks' Theater Party.
Policemen Gruenwald and Haggett raid
ed an opium . resort in St. Mary's place
yesterday morning and arrested George
Lewis as the keeper and James Commer
fort, Frank Johnston, Edward Davis,
Frank Reynolds, Charles Burke and
George Davis as visitors^ An opium lay
out was seized as evidence. The prison
ers were released on $20 cash bail each.
Opium Resort Balded.
The funeral of Edward Douglass, coast
representative of the ' John Douglass
Company, dealers In plumbing specialties,
was held yesterday afternoon, the inter
ment being in v Cypress Lawn Ceme
tery. The funeral ceremonies were under
the auspices of Doric Locge of Masons,
of which deceased was a prominent mem
ber. Douglass was 42 years of age and
was well known to the plumbing trade of
the entire coast. The funeral cortege,
which started from the late residence of
the deceased, 2416 Pierce street, was ex
ceptionally j large. Harry Williamson,
James E. Britt Sr., Morris Falk, William
Copeland, Charles Sturn, William En
right, Richard Rice and Frederick Snook
were the pall bearers.
Funeral of Edward Douglass.
The members of. the Iron Trades Coun
cil of San Francisco and nearly 1500 of
their friends made merry at Shell Mound
Park yesterday afternoon and evening.
Races, dancing and music were the chief
sources of amusement. Forty-three gate
prizes of cash' and provisions were given
away. Special trains were run between
the park and the mole throughout the
Nothing occurred to mar the success of
the affair and in addition a considerable
sum of money was realized, which will be
used for the benefit of the - affiliated
unions. The committees in charge of the
Executive — T. A. Burdan. R. Wisler, W. Mc-
Cabe. J. Wiley, Q. Sanderman, C. J. Collins,
J. McDade. D. McLennan, J. Godden, C. Mc-
Carty, A. . Manogue and T. Jennings.
Arrangements — F. Jennings. J. Torseney, P.
Gordon, J. Clarke. T. F. Dulleghan.
Reception — J. Butler. C. J. Collins, W. H.
Wessa, J. L. Ames, H. Bartley.
Floor— J. Riordan, A. Groves. L. Tackier,
W. Strohsart, J. McFelley, W. Gheen.
Games — R. Harcourt, C. C. McGregor, G.'
Lleshman, J. Young.' W. M. Jones.
Finance — W. . Jacobson, 1». X/. -Gummo. E. L.
Ferret, L.. Hiett, J. Hauae, F. Fisher, E.
¦ i Gate prizes — T. M. Parsons, J. "Walsh, W.
6'Connell, G. Evans, T. Healy, G. Anderson.
Dancing and Sports at Shell
- '. Mound Park:
Guests Pass Pleasant Afternoon in
IRON TRADES COUNCIL
HOLDS ANNUAL OUTING
Between seventy and eighty Intoxicated
Italian laborers indulged in a riot last
night, in that portion of the city known
as the -Latin Quarter. The- men had con
gregated early in the evening in several
Of the saloons on Dupont street, between
Green and Vallejo streets, and drank
their fill of cheap wine. As they became
intoxicated they grew quarrelsome and at
midnight they were in a perfect frenzy.
They left the saloons ana gathered - on
Dupont street, where several brutal fights
broKe out. between. the drunken men.
.Luigo Danna, a peddler,, more drunk
and more frenzied than his companions,
drew a pistol and commenced to shoot
into the crowds. Fortunately he was too
intoxicated to take any aim and his bul
lets did not find lodgment in any «if the
bodies of his friends. He fired five times,
but_so far as the police could ascertain
he hit nobody.
Officer Merchant was attracted
by the shooting and the scuffling and ran
to the scene. Danna had one shell, left in
his gun. He aimed the weapon at the of
ficer and pulled the trigger, but the car
tridge failed .to explode. Ofllcer Mer
chant in all probability owes his life to
the defective cartridge.
Other officers came to the assistance of
Merchant and the rioters were dispersed
after great difficulty. They were so mad
dened by the cheap liquor that they did
r:ot fear the policed Neither did they
seem to mind being clubbed. After the
crowd had been dispersed, Leonardo Can
taruccia was found on a side street off
Dupont with a severe cut on the side of
Ms face. He was 'removed to the Cen
tral Emergency Hospital. He could as
sign no cause for the trouble further than
that the men were crazed by the wine.
Luigo Danna, the man who attempted
to shoot Officer Merchant, was taken to
the City Prison and his name entered on
the detinue book.
Fists and Pistols Mingle With
Police Clubs in Brutal
Italian Laborers Make
MAD WITH WINE
Raphael Weill, one of the fifteen mem
bers of the plutocratic committee ap
pointed by George S. Patton, chairman of
the late Democratic State Convention, ar
rived in the city from Paris i . Saturday
night. . He was the honored guest at an
epicurean feast at the Bohemian Club the
night of his arrival. A sumptuous break
fast was given in his honor yesterday
afternoon. Mr. Weill was . not consulted
as to his appointment on the. committee
to assist in the management of the Demo
cratic campaign, but as he does not be
.licve in a tariff for protection he will
serve his party on the committee in this
contest. Mr. Weill Is a generous, out-
Bpt&'en J\ mocrat, possessed of a large
store of this world's. goods, and he Is ex
pected to contribute liberally to the Dem-
B.APTTAP.L WEILL ABBIVES.
It is also common gossip that the Dem
ocrats will give the nomination for State
Board of Equalization, . First - District,
(San Francisco) to George F. Duffey of
the firm of Duffey Bros./ plumbers.
At headquarters of the Republican State
organization the campaign outlook is en
couraging. .R. N. Bulla and George P.
Adams, members of the executive com
mittee from Los Angeles, are in" the city
conferring with • their - fellow-workers of
the organization. They represent that
the Republicans of the south are united
and confident that Pardee will receive a
large majority on November 4. U. S.
Grant of San Diego, member of the ex
ecutive committee, was in the city day
before yesterday. He brought reports of
Republican unity similar to the. intelli
gence recorded by Bulla and Adams.
There is talk among politicians that
Samuel Braunhart will be nominated by
the Democrats to-day for Railroad Com
missioner - to represent the Second Dis
trict, embracing the counties- of.Marin,
San Francisco and San Mateo.
The Republican line is very strong in
the country and firm in San Francisco,
but it Is obvious that the Democratic
managers are massing their forces with
the hope of breaking the line In this city.
The Democrats do not expect to elect
their candidate for Governor, but they
insist that there is a good fighting chance
to win in two Congressional Districts—
the Fourth and the Fifth. Democratic
conventions for these two districts will
be held to-day. The Indications are that
the Labor party nominees— Livernash in
the Fourth and Wynn in the Fifth— will
be nominated. The proposition to sim
ply indorse is not acceptable to the La
bor party, hence nomination outright
may be accorded. There is a deal of talk
In political circles 1 to the- effect that the
rank and nle«>f the Democratic party will
not stand for the fusion. The Republi
cans are undaunted and confident of vic
tory in both districts. ~ •
Registration for the coming election
closes next Wednesday evening, Septem
ber 24. The main office at the City Hall
Is open daily from 8:30 a. m. to 10 p. m.
Every unregistered Republican voter
should make it his special 'business, to
register himself and urge his neighbors to
register without delay.
Voters Have Yet Three
'Days in Which to
Work on the grounds will commence in
two days and will be rushed until the
place has the regulation fair ground ap
pearance, and everything from the minia
ture forests to the streets of Cairo in the
midway . has been set in place. The big
Balloting for the queen of the carnival
still continues . at a rapid rate. Ballot
boxes have been placed in a number of
prominent places and in the different
newspaper offices, and the friends of the
fair contestants are wheeling into line
and coming to the front. The names of
these who aspire? to be queen are Harriet
Wilder, Pearl de Ganna, Agnes King,
Mary Mackel, Pearl Nickel, Bertha Koh
lcr, Alma Stevens, Mrs. C. Marchand,
Christine Wehrs, Esther Hyams and Lot
tie Richardson. The contest will close at
midnight of the 18th of October and the
result will be announced as soon after
ward as possible.
enth and Market streets Octo
ber 6 to 18, inclusive. The executive com
mittee of the different local camps, fif
teen in number, are" working night and
day to make the project a success and
thus far have met with encouragement
that was beyond all expectations. Bach
camp is busy arranging special features
for the space allowed it and the rivalry
of each camp to outshine the others In
this respect has been productive of many
novel ideas. .
nUCH interest is being shown by
the Woodmen of. the World in
the street fair and carnival' to
be held in an iriclosure at Elev-
Without Mr. Pennington's connecting link
I cannot eee how a conviction can be secured
unless there can be new evidence introduced
to weld that broken link of the chain.
The matter is of such grave Importance that
the State Legislature should hold a special
cession to amend the law so that testimony in
a trial In the Superior Court could be read as
a deposition at a subsequent trial in the event
of the death or unavoidable absence of the
¦witness. I believe if the proper representations
were made to the Governor he would not hesi
tate in calling the extra session of the Legis
lature for this purpose.
This important phase of the matter has
caused those interested in the prosecution
considerable uneasiness. One of them Jn
speaking en the subject yesterday said;
It is an anomaly ot the law that the tes
timony given by a witness at a trial in
the Superior Court cannot, in the event
of the death of the witness, be read at
a subsequent trial. Therefore the .testi
mony of Mr. Pennington cannot be read
at Mrs. Bolkin's second triEf. If there
had been a preliminary examination be
fore a committing magistrate and Mr.
Penningten had testified, the law would
permit his evidence to be read as a depo
sition at any time, but in this case an in
dictment was rc-Lurned by the Grand Jury
and the trial was held in the* Superior
District Attorney Bylngton is daily ex
pecting a reply to his letter which he sent
three weeks ago to the Attorney General
of Delaware, asking him to communicate
Tritli the witnesses in his State in the case
of Mrs. Cordelia Botkin, charged with the
cjurder of Mrs. Elizabeth Dunning and
her sister, Mrs. Leila H. Deane, In Au
gust, 1S98, so that they may be here to
Civ© their testimony at her second trial.
The rexnittitur has not yet been received
from ifce Supreme Court in Washington,
D. C, but as soon as. it arrives a date will
be set for the trial.
The confidence felt by the defendant
that she will be a free woman before the
close of the pear is shared by others, ow
ing to the ueaih since the first trial of
John B. Penmngton, lather of Mrs. Dun
ning and ilrs. ueane- His evidence was
the strongest in the possession of the
prosecution. It was he who got the pack
age ot poisoned candy from the pestoffice
et Dover, Del., and took it to his home,
where Mrs. Dunning and Mrs. Deane and
their children were slopping at the time.
After the ladies became sick from eating
the candy, he thought there was some
thing wrong und locked up the package
in h:s desk, taking it next morning to the
chemist to be analyzed.
Doubt of Securing a Convic
tion Without It Is
Amendment Needed to
Admit Te ; imony at
, Botkoi Trial.
MAY SOLICIT AID
BATTLE OF BALLOTS TO DECIDE
WHO SHALL BE CARNIVAL QUEEN
fluch Interest Being Shown in Woodmen's Fair and
Local Camps Are Originating Clever Ideas. ;
Trapper's Oil cure* rheumatism and neuralgia
Drut fclsus, 00c flask. Kicbard & Co., 400 Clay. •
Melville Spry, an electrician, was. ar
rested at an early hour yesterday morn
ing by Policeman H. P. Braig and Special
Officers Harny and Mahoney and booked
at the City Prison on a charge of bur
glary. He Is accused of unlocking the
telephone box in the hallway of a lodging
house at 333 Geary street and stealing a
nickel and a slug, the entire contents of
the box, as it had been emptied some
hours previously, by an officer of .the tele
phone company. A buzzer was attached
to the telephone box, which gave the
alarm to the people in the house. Several
keys were ¦¦ found in Spry's . .hat ;: when
searched and one of them fitted the lock
of. the telephone box. Spry has been ar
rested several times for a similar offense.
Warned by the Buzzer.
Despondency over family affairs was the
cause. Mrs. McCarthy was recently.di
vorced from her husband, who Js em
ployed by the Harbor Commissioners. She
has been working out, but was, she said,
unable to make a living. She has two
children in a society home for children.
Yesterday she visited the children and be
came despondent and attempted to take
her life. She will recover.
May ' McCarthy, residing at 1263 Market
street, attempted to commit suicide last ;
evening by taking carbolic acid at, a
friend's house at 978 Howard street, where
she had gone to visit.
May . McCarthy, Recently Divorced,
Swallows Carbolic Acid WMle
in Fit of Despondency.
WEARY OF TB0TJBLE,
SHE TAKES POISON
During September and October the San
ta Fe will sell tickets to San Francisco at
the following rates: From New, York,
J60; Boston, (49 90; Chicago, $33; St. Loula,
Memphis and New Orleans, $30; -Kansas
City, Omaha, Sioux City and Fort Worth,
125, and reduced rates from Intermediate
points. Information at Santa Fe ticket
office, Ml Market street. • •
Bail Bates Reduced Via Santa Fe.
The Park Methodist Episcopal Church
was Inaugurated last evening at Columbia
Hall, Page street, within a few doors of
Stanyan street. ' .' ,
Bishop Hamilton first .suggested situat
ing a place of worship of the Methodiat
denomination in that particular locality,
and the Rev. C. O. Oxnam has been
placed In charge of .the determined little
band of worshipers.
The platform was overhung with the
national flag, which gave to the exercises
the air of i national , as well as religious
patriotism. ' . ¦ . -
In his sermon ,the Rev. Mr. Oxnam
spoke of Daniel and the building, up of
Christian character, i and incidentally al
luded, to the need there had been for the
establishment of the Park Church.' It had
been asked for by residents of the neigh
borhood, and he looked to the not far dis
tant day when a larger structure would
be erected in the vicinity.
Mrs. J. W. Hamilton, wife of Bishop
Hamilton, spoke a few words of. encour
agement, and. Mrs. S. M. Thomson was
among | the speakers who told , of the
pleasure and satisfaction the r establish
ment of the Park Church had given those
Delegates to the convention of the So
cialist Labor party met at Turk-street
Temple yesterday and resolved against
placing a municipal ticket In the field, i
ocratic campaign fund.- The disappoint
ment in the committee caused by the re
ceipt of Mr. Tarpey's' attenuated check
may be softened somewhat by anticipa
tions of a "four figure" contribution from
Dr. George C. Pardee, Republican nom
inee for Governor, will address the peo
ple at the capital of his native State next
Wednesday evening. Large audiences of
enthusiastic supporters greet the genial
and able nominee. After the Sacramento
demonstration he will go south. The citi
zens of San Diego will cheer him next
Friday evening. Saturday evening, Sep
tember 27, Dr. Pardee, Judge J. "W. Mc-
Kinley and other eminent Republican
leaders will speak to the people of Los
Last evening R, P. Troy announced his
withdrawal as a candidate for the Demo
cratic nomination for Congress in the
to Give Praise.
New Church Wherein
CANDIDATES FOR QUEEN OF
WOODMEN'S CARNIVAL TO
BE HELD IN THIS . CITY.
CLOSE TO PARK
parade. In which thousands of "Woodmen
will participate, will occur early on the
night of October i 6.- - The line of march
will be handsomely illuminated, and when
the head of the Immense procession reach
es Eleventh street the gates will be
thrown open and the festivities begin. A
Ehcrt literary programme will be one of
the pleasures of the evening.
•I- — £ ; : : **.
THE SAN/ FBAI?CISCO CALXi; MOISTDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,
O. K. bourbon- 3 bottles $2
sweet mash— fp>'r. •,,
reg'ly $1 bottle— 54 gal gallon 3
California — Private Stock — r oc
health tonic— 0 <T
reg'ly 75c bottle — $2 50 gallon #3
California— for jcq
fruits in brandy— ' r
reg'ly $1 bottle— $4 gallon #3
R i e si ing
Mountain^ Vineyard — heavy g cq
body— fruity flavor— reg'ly $1 £al
Colgate — Turkish Bath — lathers roc
quickly— reg'ly 60c dozen
Colgate— soothing skin j eg
powder — reg'ly 20c can
F,o o d - chopper
Universal— has extra knife— <i tc
for mince meat It is Indispen- °
sible— chops vegetables and fruits
—reg'ly $1 50
Something new — away
ahead of the old Sparklet
bottle — it consists of a
nickel charging case and
six glass bottles
These may be filled —
charged and put on ice to
You'll approve of it $~
— outfit complete b
432 Pins 232 Sutter 2800 California
Thirteenth and Clay Streets Oaklan«
been Issued for Delegate Chahrles I*
•I°J *m A-rea }io.r}3a V** 1 III* *U*1
JL FOR WEAK, WOMEW.
q-'HIS WELL-KNOWN AND RKLrABLE OLD
. .L Specialist enrts Blood Poison, Goftorrhcaa.Oleet,
Strictun-, -^niiiuU Weatness, Imi>otpnce and their
allied Disorders. Book on Diseases of Men. free.
Over207ecn»>xper1ence.Tcrnw reasonable. Hours,
!)to3fiallr;S:.-«to3.;» iv'i;s.Sutid.«vs.lOtf>li Cmwnl-
taUonlr«eaitdsitcrodZy coafl'lriitisU r»ll or adJrtaj
V. C.n&t^^. JIpMLTY, 3J. D.
2'J'sZ llcari»> »t^ Sau Fraucisco. al -
During the past week we have open-
ed an elegant variety of New Goods
in the following departments, all of
which will be sold at our usval Low
Ladles' Fine LHjartu anl Net Ruffs. Fine Lace Col-
lars In-Doth EGru anl White, Lalles' SllK Croat
and Slock Ties. Fine Appilgue, silk anl Moussellne
de Sole Vestlngs, All-Ovar Nets In Ecru, White
and Black, with Galoonsanl Edginrjs to match. Silk
Dress Nets In Black anl White anl White anl BlacK
and an elegant yarletg of New Embroideries.
Noveitg Rihhons In Pompadour Polka Dots, Dresden
and Changeable Moire j also large assortment of
Black and White Novelta Rihhons. Satin Taffeta
Rlhhon, Moire Taffeta Rlhhon, Douhle-Facel Llhertu
Rlhhon, Moussellne Taffeta Rlhhon aHl an enlless
varietg of Fancy Hair Rihhons j also new shipment
hast dualities Black Rihhons.
Lalies' Cashmere, Lisle, Cotton anl Silk Hose; Cnlll-
ren's Cotton, Lisle anl Cashmere Hosej Men's Cot-
ton, Lisle anl Cashmere Half Hosej Lalles 1 anl
Children's Plain and Rlhhsl. Cotton anl Cashmere
Underwear; Gents' Cotton, Merino and Wool Under-
wear ; Gents' Neckwear, Collars, Umhrellas anl Silk
anl Linen Hanlkerchiefs.
Ladles' Reynler, Suede and Glace Kid Gloves; Misses 1
Kid Gloves; Gents' Kid Gloves in Glace anl Suede j
Dent's Kid Cloves fop Ladles, Boys, Misses j also a
full line of Dent's Gloves for Men.
Mall Orders promptly and carefully filled and samples for*
warded free to any address. ;/> ; :
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III. 113. 115. 117. 119. 121 FOST STREET.
About good coffee
You wouldn't pay forty
cents a pound for Java and
Mocha coffee here year after
year if you didn't get the
Honday Tuesday Wednesday
Like we sold last week . __ . r.«. Q-«
-reg'ly 50c square 45C 2 f Or 85c
As tasty as home-made — _ r.i. r "
0.£.<fcCo.-reg'ly2ocbot3 lor 5OC
M a p'le syrup
Hazen— Vermont— : ; ; 0 : ficr
reg'ly 75c i gallon can °
Pimientos morrones— r> for ocr*
Spanish peppers— get *>
recipe— reg'ly 15c— 25c can 2OC
S Wv e e t pickles
Pin Money — enough paid — one
all but mangoes —
reg'ly 25c— 40c— 60c bottle 35C 50c
Anker beef capsules — celery n re
flavor— reg'ly 30c— box of ten ' ,.•?.
Ma yon n a i s e
Sierra Madre salad dressing— 2 CC
pleasing flavor— reg'ly 30c bottle
Pi n. e - a p p 1 e
Grated for sherbet— sliced o _ o _ • _ ¦
forcocktails-delidous 2 Cans 25c
P o t t e 3"- b eef
Franco- American— for IOC
sandwiches— reg'ly 12JC can
Glace' A p ri cots
California — 11 to the pound yir»f
-reg'ly 50c lb 4 OQ
C e y 1 o n tea
Queen Bee Coombra— reg'ly $1 lb 80c
Angrooxcelle Pekoe " 80c lb 60c
Ancoombra ..". " 60c I b 50c
Palamcotta *• " 50c lb 40c
Weij Gall. $1.00 mim
DOAN'S KIDNEY PHIS.
The Evidence of Oar Sense*— AVhat
San Francisco People Say Is
Pretty- Good Proof for San
When we see it ourselves.
"When our own ears hear it,
"When our neighbors tell It,
Our friends indorse it.
No better evidence can be had.
It's what people say in Maine,
Or distant mutterings in California.
No deceiving- echoes here.
San Francisco people talk about Ban
Public opinions published for the pub-
There Is no proof like home proof.
Read this statement made by a citizen:
J. Collins, employed In the wholesale
furniture department of the Emporium. •
residence 2306 Mission street, says : "When :
a man has pain in his back every now j
and then and the attacks cover a period
of over two years, when he knows that
in some way his kidneys are affected, '
•when he at last finds a means to at first '
check the trouble and then radically dis-
pose of it, he Is only too pleased to let
Iiis friends and acquaintances who may
be Buffering similarly know what he em-
ployed. I used Doan's Kidney Pills, and
from the benefit I received I have not the I
slightest hesitation in very emphatically |
Indorsing the remedy."-
For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents.
Foster- Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. t sole
ag-ents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and take
no substitute. . - '
' M SPECTACLES Q>\
**~S Are rtmpte la adjust- Y *
\ meet, decant «» eppearmnte. /
,-» t'.tM and aecauUa la con j
n. ruction. ;
i Prices Modem*. Faetory on
Premise*. Quick lUpsirlnt
Phor*— Main I0l ;
V642 / TflARKE.T.S.T
(Trade Mark Res.)
. IT IS A EHAilE FOR ANT CASH OI*
To be cut "when more than 500 business men and
tn eoual cumber of women in this city nav«
been permanently cured by this treatment with-
out surrery or delay. Mo«-* than 100 names
sent as reference to those who wish to Investi-
gate. The treatment can only bo applied by a
skillful physician and cannot be sent. For
particulars call or writs.
THE EMOHODICIDE CO..
Rooms *06-m. Parrott Building.
We will send the marvelous French Remedy "Th
v^?g25* CALTHOS |
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fO "1 C« II \ MriptUB bchra. ) aa« a legally ex. H
IVgr - A •eswd (uru tw tiat CALTHOS will H
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V « )SX PIIDC Spenaatarrkes, H
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¦¦ 'i'f. ' Use it and pay if satisfied. f«
Address VON MOHL CO., *™ B, li
|^ S«le Aiertcaa Agots, CIKCUCTATT, O. J|
¦i b A GREAT KESTOUATIVE. XNVXUOKA-
• tor and Nervine.
The most wonderful aphrodisiac and Special
Tonic tor the Sexual Organs, for both sexes.
The Mexican Remedy for Diseases of the Kld-
nej-K and Bladder. Sells on Its own merits.
NAEER. ALFS & BRUNE. Agents,
=23 Market Ft.. B. F. — (Send tor Circulars.!
BEWARE- r- : o
.^<*'t1J»s. *-" impostor*. Mayerle Glasses
>SSj*&T£yV <annct h*. had from traveling
"•ftS&JJS^vfK* , pUiiann. Crdcr direct trt-tn
' £*%$&!&? i.UCHGE ' MAVEKLE. - 1C71
l|£v£^'^» Market. S. F. German Eye-
1 "^^ water. 50c. Phone South 672.
m 1 hpiAino I
I of Coffees 1
H 50 cents Pound I
i.;| . . ¦¦.- ¦ ...' ';" We are sol^v agents.
I KONA KOFFEE KOM RANY 1
H 145 Stockton i't ne^r'Ge>ry' |
Opp Clly of P&i-is Dry Goodi Co
Jm Phone 5ush 51O -^ J;t