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Doors Are Thrown Open, Although the
Exhibit Is Not Yet Finished.
ST. LOUIS, June 22. — The San
Francisco building has been opened
at last and though the exhibit is by
no means finished many people visited
it to-day and were pleased with what
they saw. Custodian Charles P. Wll
comb has uaed extraordinary efforts
and the structure ' has been opened
much sooner than was expected.
From\the throng: of visitors to'-day
and the interest shown in the exhibits
in place, It looks as if the display
would be a great success. ' >¦ ,
The redwood desks and other fur
niture "of that material were greatly
admired. Among the features ' now
shown are a relief map of the bay re
gion, the hemisphere showing ocean
routes, pictures of principal streets,
including the Call building, and views
of the city in early times. The Uni
versity, of California Glee Club will
*ive a concert in the building to-mor
row. The entire model, city will be
formally opened next Monday.
Mrs. Ida L. Gardiner, Joyce Gardiner.
Pasadena — Mrs. E. A. Ford, Mrs. Henry
Vllas. . _ . .¦¦
Santa Crur — Ann T. Porter.
Berkeley — Emily J. Holman, M. Peck Jam«s
K. Peck and wife, Mlsa Mabel Spring.'
Bakersfleld— JtMe French.
Calietoga— M. A. Chamblln and wife.
San £>l«go — T. Fontaine Carter. Mn. O. W.
March, E. W. Thompson.
Redland — G. G. Moseley George Bradshaw.
Redwood — A, B. Way.
Redding— Grace K. Rathbun.
Stockton— Mrs L. H. Glllls.
Amedee — Dr. H. J. Hammond.
Tulare— Mrs. A. L. Wllcon.
Nevada City— Ada B. Porter.
Long Beach — Dr. . L. 6 Pcrc*. -~ f
Fanta Rona — George F. King.
San Jose — Dr. E. O. Pleper.
Woodland — Mrs. M. II. Torranco.
Vaoavllle— George A, Arnold.
Lincoln Place — Mrs. U. P. Ataart,
San LuIb— R. L. Jeffery.
Orovllle — P. F. Bulllngton. . .. . "¦*••
SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING'.
California and her neighbor at the
fair, Illinois, are , beset by noises that
Jar and make existence uncomfortable.
To -th,e south of -them is Jerusalem,
where the Turks keep up an orchestral
din of their own peculiar style that is
Supervisor James Booth- of San
Francisco visited the exposition with
his sister, Mrs. Barr of New Orleans,
who cam« here to meet him. Mr.
Booth inspected the San Francisco
building and was well satisfied with it
when he learned the adverse circum
stances under which it had been erect
ed. He went to the Chicago convention
and will pay Yale College, where he
was a Rtudent for three years, a visit
before he returns home.
Norman E. Dole of "Stanford, who
holds the world's amateur record as a
pole vaulter. but who made a poor rec-»
ord when the Stanford team competed
at the Stadium here, is going to try to
redeem himself. He did 12 feet 1 32-100
inches in competition at Berkeley, but
failed to qualify here at 11 feet 3
inches Dole's explanation of this is
that the high Jump Just before the pole
vault threw tym out of stride and he
could not start well.
Dole has entered, unattached, for the
pole vault in the national amateur
meet on June 25 at the World's Fair
Stadium and he may establish a new
mark. He was not in good condition
when he came here from Chicago, but
is now at the home of relatives at
Hinsdale, near Chicago, training hard
and will be in good shape on the 25th.
Among those he will go against In the
pole vault is McLanagan of Yale, who
has a record of 11 feet 11 inches. .
Otis E. Hyde is the only other mem
ber of the Stanford team that remained
here. He is a son of Santa Clara's
Fair Commissioner. He has not en
tered for the games of the 25th, as he
realizes he is not in proper condition.
His specialty is the shotput and he has
a coast record of 45 feet 6% .inches for
DOLE IS IN TRAINING.
Charles F. Wyer, Fresno County's
commissioner, is arranging for the
publication of special articles on her
farm and orchard products to .appear
in various farm Journals throughout
the Eastern States. The story of the
California Smyrna fig and its caprifica
tion by the imported blastophcpa is
creating wide interest. Smyrna made a
serious mistake when she allowed any
of the insects to escape from her bor
ders, for it looks as if the improved
California P.*" made possible by them
would drive hers from American mar
kets as the Fresno product increases.
The preparing and packing of the
California figs will be done under
modern methods and in a much more
cleanly manner than in Smyrna.
buildings ur> to that time in those cities
having been erected by him. In San
Diego he became a millionaire, but all
that is left of his fortune is the watch.
His courage has never deserted him,
and in the future of San Diego he sees
his own and is satisfied with the out
Fresnoites who visit the fair are dis
appointed that the project to increase
the market for raisins from their coun
ty by giving away samples is not un
der way. They realise what is being
lost when they note the success Santa
Clara County is meeting in advertising
her prunes by free demonstration.
There has been some hitch in Fresno in
the matter of securing the necessary
raisins. To procure the amount needed
and distribute It would not co~t more
than 53000. The visiting Fresno citi
zens who see the benefits to be derived
from a wide distribution of the chief
product of their county are hopeful that
the tangle will be straightened out and
the demonstration carried on.
PALACE OF AGRICULTURE, THE
EXHIBIT OF FRESNO COUNTY
AT THE EXPOSITION.
The man was described as from 25
to 30 years of age, 5 feet 3 inches tall,
dark mustache and dark complexion.
The name Alfred Hohenstein was
signed to the letter.
You will kindly excuse me, please, as I am
compelled to ask, you for a favor to-day. I
left the hospital . a few days ago, and feel
therefore not strong enough to do any work.
My clothes are In a very poor condition and
it Is hard for me now to make any living. • I
hope you will kindly excuse my apply for help.
The police were notified on Tuesday
that a man had called at the residence
of E. H. Clark, 2604 Jackson street,
that afternoon and had struck Kate
Quinn, servant gfrl, on the mouth, cut
tipg^her lip. Detective Wren was sent
to investigate and he learned that the
man called about 3 o'clock and asked
Miss Qulnn to hand a letter to "the
lady of the house." "She had asked
his name and he refused to give it. She
declined to deliver the letter till he
had given his name, and he struck
her on the mouth and ran away, drop
ping the letter In his flight. It was
picked up. The letter read as fol
Refuses to Give His Name and Strikes
Her on the Mouth, Cutting
Her Lip. ,
SERVANT GIRL ATTACKED
BY IMPUDENT BEGGAR
ST. LOUIS. June 22. — The following
Californians have registered at the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition:
Pan Francisco — Mr. and Mrs. A. I_ K*y«s.
Sol Caro, Emmet Rixford, S. Grace Carr, Phil
H. Gordon. Miss A. Baltz. Mr. C. Baltz, C. M.
nrotigh, C K. Whltromh, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Frohman, Philip Ston*. .1. O. Harrison. Mrs.
Harrison. Mrr. W. H. GllOert, Mr. and Mr*.
Samuel Bloom, H. C. Clarke, E. C. Jonrs,
Margaret I>ale Owen.
Los AnE?lc3 — J. Fulmcr. Hfnry E. Bre't,
A. U Tyatart, O. C. Melbourn. MI»s N. Evan*,
C I*. Planton and family, Mrs. J. '\V. Grant,
Margaret O. Grant. J. W. Wallae*. Mrs. J W.
Wallace. William B. White. Mrs. W. B.
White. A. S. Llndetrom. C. J. Taylor, E V.
Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. J. Farns worth, E. II.
Morgan. A. A. Lambert, ' Mrs. Major H. Ran
som, M. II. Ransom, J. J. Tweedy and wire,
Isabella Lawrence. Jamen P. McCarthy,
Harry H. Coffman. John C. Strong.
Sacramt-nto— Mrs. George Kramer, Mrs. F.
Ochsner, John Ochener.
Oakland — Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Homir, Nor
mfin A. Parrlsh. Clinton C, Parrlsh, Miss
Anna JIayrs. Mrs. M. I,. Red.
I'alo Alto— Rose Carter, Lily B. Carter, Mary
Napa— IjOuIm A. Wilson.
MewUtto — Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Stone.
Kureka — Edna B. Thompson, Ira B. Thomp
Carrlllo— E. Jack, Mrs. G. Weatover. ' '¦: \' v'£
Orange — Fred Launder. ,¦-¦•';
. Carplnterla — Henry Fish.
BaVertflrM— Abe Simon.
Banta Barbara— F. N. Fish, Frances Fith,
Names of Mnny Residents of the State
Appear on Register.
CALIFORXIANS AT THE FAIR.
The Glee Club of the University of
California, led by Robert A. Waring,
is here under contract with the Califor
nia Promotion Committee and the com
mittee in charge of the San Francisco
building to give concerts at the latter
structure in connection with Mr. Er
wln's illustrated lectures. There are
twenty-five students in the party.
They are quartered at the San Fran
cisco building. It not being open when
they arrived, the boys have been dis
playing their talent at the California
building. They gave a concert in the
lecture-room there Saturday afternoon
in competition with the Boer war and
Jerusalem. Sunday night they gave a
special concert at the building, to which
all the State commissioners were in
vited by Commissioner Wiggins of Cal
ifornia. The music of the Glee Club has
delighted the crowds that have heard
it and has proved an excellent adver
tisement of California.
The next annual meeting of the Amer
ican Surgical Association will be held
In San Francisco next June. Dr. Em
met Rixford dT San Francisco has been
attending the session here just closed,
and was elected vice president.
F. E. Moneghan, known as the father
of Needles, is among the visitors to the
exposition. Moneghan was at one, time
a railroad conductor. He founded
Needles and is now an oil king.
Robert Oullahan, a prominent insur
ance and real estate man of Stockton,
is visiting the fair with his wife.
GLEE CLUB GIVES CONCERT.
ear-splitting. The Boer War has be
gun operations at the west and the
cannonading is so fierce that sections
of the stucco work, supposed to rep
resent adobe, are falling off. the shell of
the California building. Every 10
pounder that goes off sends Secretary
Willis ten feet nearer a madhouse. His
work was hard enough before this new
trouble arose. Now a concession called
Morocco is rearing its airy walls di
rectly across the street. froni California
and Illinois and of course it will have
to maintain a din of an alleged musical
nature to attract patronage. The out
look for peaceful summer afternoons
at the Mission Santa Barbara is bad.
Commissioner Kimball has the great
est faith in the future of San Diego,
though a fortune of nearly $1,500,000 he
had accumulated there in the 'SQ's was
swept tway by a decline in values. He
wears a watch that he says cost him
$117,000. he having backed a watch fac
tory, which proved a failure, to that
amount. He was famous in California
as an olive grower, his orchard being
at National City. Kimball was a con
tractor in San Francisco and Oakland
from 1S69 to l?S0 and accumulated a
fortune of $100,000, some of the largest
During one day this week 106 people
told Frank A. Kimball, the commis
sioner from San Diego County, that
they intended to visit his city and
county, and it was to obtain informa
tion to guide them that they called at
the booth. All the visitors to the San
Diego display are greatly interested in
the products exhibited and the fifteen
foot birdseye view of the city and har
bor — one oT the most nearly perfect har
bors in the world — but the proposed
Fteel works seem to excite the greatest
curiosity. San Diego is already famous
for her products, her climate and her
harbor, and the possibility of the es
tablishment of such a vast enterprise
as the one named is all that is neces
sary to again bring a strong tide of
CALL BUREAU, WORLDS FAIR.
ST. LOUIS, June 22.— The possibility j
that San Diego is to have a steel works, !
employing from 3000 to 10,000 men,^
seems to be awakening a gTeat inter- '
est in that city, and many visitors are
making inquiries concerning the pro
ject at the San Diego County exhibit
:n the Palace of Agriculture. The
scheme, as generally known in Calif or- '.
nia, is to bring iron ore from the Tepu- !
stete deix>sits, on the coast of Lower
California not far below San Diego, j
These deposits are looked upon as in- '.
exhaustible, and vessels can load easily
with the ore. The employing of 3000
men would mean an immediate Increase
in the city's population of at least 10,
000 people and would arouse great ac- j
tivity. If the project carries San Diego
will exr-erience another boom and en- '
joy a great advance, from whicli she
will not recede.
Eta.3 Corre5jvrn<5ent of The Call
BY PAl'Ii KDWARDS.
Reliable gas ranges $16 60, regular
price $20, this week only at S. F. Gas
& Electric Co., 415 Post St. •
In the first round of their legal
fight against the Park Commission for
right to sell on the ocean beach the
peddlers yesterday met a reverse. Su
perior Judge Hunt sustained the de
murrer of the Park Commission to
the complaint of William Kanelakis,
who applied for an Injunction to pre
vent the commission from enforcing
its order against the vendors of pea
nuts and popcorn who had been reap
ing a. -harvest of nickels at the edge
of the sea.
The demurrer was sustained on the
contention that it was impossible to
ascertain from the complaint how the
act of the Park Commission would
cause any great Injury or oppression
to the plaintiff, and that It was Im
possible to estimate what pecuniary
damage would result to the plaintiff
by reason of the commission's order.
The peddler was allowed ten days in
which to file an amended answer.
Judge Hunt Gives Peanut Vendors-Ten
Days in Which to File New ..
DEMURUKll IS SUSTAINED
AGAINST BEACH PEDDLERS
TRENTON, N. J., June 22.— Ida E.
Wood of New York^ a holder of $200,000
par value of the' bonds of the United
States Shipbuilding Company, to-day
instituted . procesdings In the Untcd
States Circuit Court for the purpose of
hsving herself admitted as a party de
fendant to the suit brought by the
Mercantile Trust -Company of New
York, as trustee, to foreclose a $16,000,
000 mortgage on the property of the
shipbuilding company. Judge Lannlng
made an order to show cause returna
ble in this city on next Tuesday.
The petitioner attacked the proposed
plan of reorganization and .says It is
designed in the interest of Charles M.
Schwab and others, who were the pro
moters of the shipbuilding syndicate.
Claims That Keorganization
Scheme Is in Interest of
Schwab and His Frieiidi
INVOKES AID OF COURTS
New York Woman Asks to
Be Made Defendant in Ship
building Foreclosure Suit
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, "THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1904.
Fresnoites Are Disappointed That the Projefct to Increase
the Market for California Raisins by Giving Away
Samples Is Not Under Way Owing to Some Hitch
SAN DIEGO COUNTY EXHIBIT AT FAIR
WINS THE PRAISE OF ALL VISITORS
[:¦¦' ' : =V. : -.y,_ PBAGEB3L ..¦ '
I Specials For To^Day Only
Shirt. Waist. Snits Creot. Muslin Bargain 9
Afl A a jam —Etamine, linen and crash ~~~ Fj
B, B ™ Ji JHB S-. shirt waist suits will be on sale For to-day only we will sell Fruit of the Bin H
. B _fg fcr^ to-day only at this price. They Loom and Lonsdale muslin (a full yard wide m «fe M
* a _f afvIL a are all perfectly made and pret- and bleached). It is sold everywhere at nothing I |l|
||f_ aajCTaH t -j y trimmed. The waists are less than ioc a yard; but because of the low H n I
«¦¦ ¦ ™ **& piped to match and will go price we will limit the purchase of each cus- H H
nicely with contrasting colors. The skirts are made tomer to $r.oo of this material. Per yard ¦ .^^ 11
very full and pleated. The colors are tan, red, gray, H
blue, white and champagne. We ordinarily sell these ,. f|
suits at $5.oo. New Wash Goods y
Black Alpaca We have selected all our ioc and 12 He u
T"^ T. - lawns and placed them on sale for to-day at BO |]
f& a yard— This quality of alpaca may the one price _ AJ1 o f thcse goods come in |~ a B
JS _a e uscc^ or out i n K suits and skirts. It white grounds with small figures and polka af*JS il H
% isa deep, rich black and is reversible, dots; also large scrolls and stripes. They make i 1 M
¦J |J|j This material sells regularly for 50c ™W P^ shirt waists - dr « 3 " and kimonas. U|
Striped Taffeta WhUe Lawn 1
IB a yard— A very soft clingy silk which There are only 50 pieces for this sale, jR. | U
Et. fi I g\ 1S at Present the fad for evening wear. so that earJ bU y ing wi n be to your ad . H -. fj
llMgB It us a beautiful material and is shown vantage This lawn ; s 40 i nches xv ide and %-f ' IB H
&L&I L 1" colors ot gray, tan, rose and light selI , rcgu i ar i y for 15c a yard. We will not O r\ I _, it
U blue, with white stripes. It is easily sdl more than $ x . 00 worth to each cus- O J IJ H
H -pr w worth 75C a y ard . tomer. Per yard _j
k Woolen 1 Challies I
I /^ S 38 This is a lot. of goods received by Women's Undervests fl
' ¦« a _F\ express late ye3terday. It is a new __________________________________ y
I ff thing and extremely popular in the There is only a very limited number of ;|
1 B Hi East. These challies are figured in these pretty summer undervests. They are (fli y
S I |J|| neat designs and in all colors. They made of fine, soft cotton, fancy Rembrandt n 3 A rj
- Bssa wash well and retain their brightness rib; the neck and armholes are finished with %J] I I CT
I and are especially adapted to women's and children's cotton loops run with washable ribbons. The _~f| i |J
'A wear. In this lot there is not an undesirable pattern, colors are pink and blue. We sell them or- MM 81 U
f, The regular selling price is 40c. dinarily at 20c. Per yard fl
I* Fireworks \'%f% 7] JZZ?"« !
—————————————————— — — ua BC / Tnis veillnsf m _S_i 1 1
1145-1147 Market street, I fU *^ . _1M±. "_P ( ~ Du Barry and * ** m
near Central Theater >^-^ 1*- w fishnet meshes. It come«i H
Mr. ALWAYS RELIABLE Sia^
Our Annex t238- 1250 market st.^ ssr-ffifi^Sd'SJPSL
country orders Au the Shopping Inducements That Have JSeYVc^^K 6^ 1
wied Made This Store Popular, Are Stffl Here, | at|
Regular price 82.OO. .
I have full set's ot STAR SAFETT
BA20BS, up to $25.00- The Razor
for easy shaving.
OTHER EASOSS. a» low as
SI OO Made of finest material. Best
tempered steel blade that will hold
A FOCXET KKXFE for ftl.OO.
That's my special price for a high-
Razor Strops, from 25c up-
Two bars William's 10c Shaving
Out of town orders promptly filled.
THAT MAN PITTS
F. W. PITTS. The Stationer. .
1008 HABKST ST., Above Powell.
has been a standard
of value for centuries.
is, the standard; of Coffee Value.
j. Ar Folgcr & Co,
Established Hall a Century.
f Perfect Fitting rtj^
At Moderate Cast ¦(_,
ANOTHER BIG NEW SHOW!
Foster and Foster; Howe aad Scott; Har-
row Trio } Graeey aad Burnett, sad
Orphetua Motion Picture*, Showing'
Review of the S. F. FZSB DEPART-
MENT. Last times of Affonst. Westaa
and Company; Eddie Heron aad Com-
pany; Boniani Trio, and "Kike," Fos-
Regular rnatmae Every Wednesday. Thurs-
day. Saturday and Sunday. Prices. 10c, 25c
OKTI.T TE>£E MOSS UIO1TS AWD
OVU MATINEE. : .
Management Daniel Frohman.
In the Miracle Play.
THE PROUD PRINCE.
By the author of "If I Wera Kins."
Oakland theater-goers, note — Mr. Bothern will
not visit Oakland during his present tour.
This theater will be closed during the weeks of
June 27 and July 4.
JUST 11TH— ETH3KE BABBTHOaX
E=l akjIBI Performance
imnn a great
Hnnn tiv ° u
AND THE GREAT OAST.
Seats always selling — 25c, 5Oc. 73c
Usual Tlvoll Prices — Only Matinee Satur.
AT ft A7 A 'O B*I»»eo & Mayer.
_____ . General Manager.
TO-KiaXT— MATS. TO-SAT fc SAT.
Clrde Fitch's Famous Pastoral Comedy,
"A decided success." — Chrontcl*.
Georgeous Production— Great Cast.
Last Week ot Stock Company Season.
Evs., 25c to 75c. Mats. Thurs. A Eat.. 26c to 80o
Next Monday — The Romantic Actor,
• WHITE WHITTLESEY
Opens Summer Engagement la
BOX-OX_3SS OF FO&TT7HX.
SEATS NOW SELLING.
Market Street. Near Eighth. Phone South 633.
TO-NIGHT — ALL THIS WEEK.
MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
Magnificent Spectacular Production ot George
R. Sim's Famous Masterpiece.
"LIGHTS O' LONDON"
Stupendous Scenic Effects. London Bridge by
Full Strength Central Stock Company.
TESTIMONIAL BENEFIT WEEK.
For the Distinguished Veteran Actor
L. R. STOCKWELL,
Who Appears In the Celebrated Role of Jarrls,
pntprc Evenings........'. .lOe to BOa
rnlWCJ Matlnets .......10c. I5c. 25o
Week June 27 — POWER OF THE CROSS.
Pfllfltt. DON'T FAIL TO
8flfl room « &* EMPIRE
uuu parlor, th«
iZ& m A PALM ROOM, the
brand louis xv par.
V11UUU LOR, and the LA-
H A J. A |- DIES' WRITING
REGULAR MAT1\EE SATURDAY AT 2.
SPECIAL. MATINEE NEXT WEDNESDAY
TO-NIOHT. at 8 Sharp.
" • In His New Plar,
SXAT3 TOS THIXO AID LAST WIDC
1SAOT THIS MOS2TXSO.
PRICES— ?2-OOt ft.M. 91.00. 75c and 60c
Every £>¦*¦: M_Un«es Sat. and Sua.
The Hilariously Funny Burlesque,
50 — Sp«cl*ltl9« and Wovoltles— SO
New and Beautiful Scenery asd Costomea.
Our "Alt Star" Burlesque Cast — Edna, Au?.
Freda OalUek. Oarrtty Sisters, Yorke and
Adams. Al FUlds, Edwta Cl&rk. Ben DUIoo,
Lionel Lawrence's "Eight Radium Girla."
Splendid Chorus of 40 Voices.
Special Matinea July 4.
Same Popular Prices.
Hlf-h-CUis Specialties Ersrr Atttnoon
..". : ud H7«atB_" la tho T_.«a.ter.
GALA AMATEUR PERFOIlMAXCal
. Cbncladinr With
NEW LIVING PICTURES
Tak« * rld« on th* MINIATURE ELECTRIC
VISIT CABARET DE LA MORT.
ADMISSION 10c | CHILDREN 5a
When Phots lny Ask for "Tb« Chut**."
FROM TOP TO TOE-
When it comes to the care ot washable
garments worn under coat or trousers—
we take care of the laundering. If you
have not proved — which means approved
after the first trial — our way of washing-,
starching-. Ironing, delivering: and col-
lecting your linen, underwear, etc.. we
welcome any test to which you may a ob-
ject us. Fair enough proposition. Isn't It?
UNITED STATES LAUNDBY,
1004 lasxrr stxsit.
Talcp&oa* Sontb 420.
16 Pages. $1 per Year 1
comes to l!fe when the body feels
the delicious grlow of health, vigor
That Certain Sense
of vteor in the brain and easy poise
of the nerves comes wHen the Im-
proper foods are cut out and pre-
If it has taken you years to run
down don't expect one mouthful of
this great food to bring you back
(for it ia not a stimulant but a
_i days' trial shows such big results
that one sticks to it
Pet the little book, "The Road to
Wellville," in each pkg.
World'* Fair exhibit, Space 103, ArrtcuUural
Dandruff Is • conU.lous disease caused by • microbe.
The ORIOINAL remedy that "kllli the Dandruff 0*na."
I I %€ F TUP P A D n O ISJ C0ln *» '" h(l * We •"» «mtlM In the follicles, ¦ tht
Newbro't Herpklde can coma too Utt. -If tht growth ajr-ln. Don't Mriect dan iruff or fallln-
daodruff microb« has destroyed tht hair follicles hair. Wonderful mutts follow the list of Herol-
and left the scalp bald and sblnlag all remedies art cldt. It I* an exquisite hair dreislnr. Sloes
worthless.. But. like the pardon. If Herplclde Hchlnr of tht scalp instantly. „ T
CJOINCp I GOING !! GONE !!)
lanctn tiu uiiTi. . innenc mi sm it. S, -to* un rii lancai.
Brif Sttres, $1.oa Sent 10c., itiips, to HEBflClftE C3, Otpt R, Dstrett. Mick, fsr a stsiptt.