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SAYS SHE MARRIED
TO SECURE HOME
Fred Prussmann Sues for Di
vorce Because Wife Treated
Him Contemptuously
Many Unhappy Couples Petition
the Court to Settle Their
Various Troubles ,
Uriof was the marital joy of Fred
Pruuraann. who. in a petition filed yes
terday for :i divorce, declared that a
'•veek after tlic ceremony lt'.s v.ifo. Lena.
informed him that hor solo reason for
ncdlook was for the purpose of having
.--omc nian provide for her. In his
complaint he quotes her language,
which, though a trlllo inelegant, was
points. Following lit declaration, he
said, tliat sh<» treated him in a sullen
and -..contemptuous manner, adding to
his niontal pain by reprehensible con
duct with other men. one of them be
ms a wireless operator on board the
battleship Kerituclcyj
Ida 11. Reick brought suit for divorce
against Carl Rci<-k on the ground of
cruelty. Among her other complaints
she said he threatened to strike her.
->he asked for the custody of the only
' Mid and for suitable alimony. The
other divorce suits, filed yesterday were
WmsSm EXTRA!
JiS. CO V ERICH, MANAGER.
MANY GOOD SEATS LEFT!
Thursday Afternoon, Oct. 22
Testimonial Benefit
Tendered to the Mother and Sister of the late
ROBERT A. SMYTH
JOURNALIST H|
By tbe Associated Theatrical Managers, Musicians* and Theatri-
cal Stage Employes* Unions and Press of San Francisco
MONSTER CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
EVERY THEATER ON THE PROGRAM:
Resenred Seats. fl^O and $1.00, now on sale at the Princess Box Office.
LAST RIVE NIGHTS
Matinee Saturday. »
OUSTII FARNUM
In Edwin Milton Royle's Virile Western Story.
THE •..;
* SQUAW MAN
TRICES— S2. $1.50. $1, 75c and 50c.
Next Week— Tbe Great Racios Play,
"CHECKERS"
Sa%« Big; Cast as Last Season.
Seats on Hale Thursday — $1.50 to- 50c.
NEW 11 1 PA 7AD Sutler and Steiner
= nLun L n IV pbooe w0t6036
BELASCO & XATEB, Owners and Xaaacen.
AMERICA'S BEST STOCK CO.
TONIGHT AND ALL THIS WEEK,
SALOMY JANE
Paul Annf=tronjt"s Dramatization of Bret Harte'a
Stirring Story of tbe Sierras.
PRICES— Ere.. 25c to $1: Mat.. 25c to 50c.
MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
Nrxt Week— "STRONOHEABT."
BEATRICE FINE, (Soprano)
AND
ANNA MILLER WOOD, (Alto)
"In "AN EVENING OF SONG."
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE fIALL
THIS THURSDAY EVE.. Oct. 22. at 8:15.
Superb program of dnets and solos. Seats
75c and $1, NOW on rale at Sherman, Clay
& Co.'s. Baldwin plaao used.
I BLANCHE ARRAL I
WILL SING AT VAN NESS
NEXT SUNDAY SURE 11 j
CENTRAL THEATER
M»rk<>t slid Eljrbtb Streeti" — Pbone Market 777.
ERNUST E. UOWELL, Proprietor and Manager,
TONIGHT AM) ALE-WEEK,
THE SENSATIONAL FEATURE.
A Race Across
the Continent
Tin- Melodramatic "Around tbe World in SO
Days."
37 IXABOUATE SCENIC EFFECTS
VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN ACTS
MATINEB SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
PRICKS— IV. 25c and 50c.
The KlalKirate Western Drama.
week "The Cowboy and the Detective"
CONCERTS, LECTURES, ETC.
25c NOVELTY
»5 jC " OTarrell and Stelner.
C/*^ Ilione Weet 3890.
- THIS WEEK
2K THE FOUR CORNERS
.JL OF THE EARTH
IMCIFJC COAST LEAGUE. ..
n ..<lnrs<Jsr. Thursday. Friday.: 3 p. m.
Saturday. Sunday. " Holiday*. 2:3p p. -oj. \u25a0
OAKLAND vs. PORTLAND
\u25a0 VALENCIA STRKET PAKK.
VbI«k1» >>l. h-t«e^n 14tli end !•" tli.
*_ Everything Conies to rHinvWho — !•
-USES CALL WANT ADS-T
by Abraham Adler against . his wife.
Gussie Adler, on i' the'! 'ground of .'deser
tion; Grace Bechler. against; John; Bech
ler on the ground of cruelty and statu
tory grounds; I. A. Kleis against
Frances Kleis on the ground of deser
tion; Freda 'M. - Archer against Albert
S. .Archer, desertion; J. H. v Brown
against Gertrude" Brown," desertion;" L.
V. .Cummins against Claudia.Cummins.
desertion; Edith M. -Jones against John
M. M. Jones. desertion;TMartha Olivia
Sharpe. against Thomas J. Sharpe, de
sertion. ! '\u25a0 • -\u25a0 '
Judge Graham granted a; divorce to
Justina Baltrusch from -Richard
Charles Baltrusch on . the ground
cruelty, and another to HSuth Moore
from Boltls Moore, .on' a statutory
ground.
Mamie Koneflick was given; a divorce
from C. BJ Kcncdick on a- charge *of
cruelty, and also the right 'to' use her
maiden name of Ebbinghauscn. 'Annie
Bryant, who. charged undue. cruelty, se
cured a divorce from Elwood Bryant.
Both the latter divorces were'srranted
by Judge Mogan. ,' •
unOCERV THEATERS PARTY.
The Han Francisco retail grocers' as
sociation, of which Julius. Berendsen is
president, Hermann Berendsen vice
president and Fred Kruger secretary,
has taken the Valencia theater for, this
evening and. with their friends, will/wit
ness the performance of "Graustark". in
a body. . In addition to the regular pro
duction. Miss Evelyn Foshia . will give
one of her beautiful symbolical dances.
William Lenhoff is. cliairmsin of the
entertainment committee..
THIKI? IJETS SIX MONTHS
Gerald F. Reynolds, who pleaded
guilty to having- stolen a valuable
candlestick from St. Mary's cathedral,
was sentenced to six months in. : the
county jail by Judge Dunne yesterday.
Arthur Dipple and Albert- Koehler,
arrested on charges of burg-lary. plead
ed guilty in Judge Dunne's court yes
terday and will be sentenced next Sat
urday.'SßSß • ... . .
AMUSEMENTS
Ellis street near Flllmore. Absolutely Class "A"
theater bulWiop.
MATIXEE TODAY AND EVERT DAY
Artistic Vaudeville
-The Operatic." 'with I.YSTER CHAMBERS
and CLARA K.VOTT; REDFORD AND WIN-
CHESTER;, LA PETITE MIGNON; BELLE
THORNE; THERESA RENZ; GRACIE Ell-
METT & CO.; JCPITER BROTHERS; NEW
ORPHEL'M MOTION PICTURES. Mst week.-
Creat Musical Furore. THE ECCENTRIC GEN-
NAUO AND HIS VENETIAN GONDOLIER
BAND. ETenlne prices, 10c. 25c, 50c, 75c. Box
wats $1. Matinee prices (except Sundays \u25a0 and
holidays). 10c, Cso, 30e. Pbone West 6000. ;;
»IS. LO V ERICH, (VI A.%AGER.
Ellis street near Flllmore. Clam "A" theater.
MATINEE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
LAST WEEK
FERRIS HARTM AN
The Merry Mnslcal Comedy
THE OFFICE BOY
Popular prices — ETenincs. 25<*, 50c, 75c. Mali-
ness (except Sundays and holidays >,'i."ic and 50c.
. ' BEGINNING NEXT MONDAY NIGHT S
KOLB AND DILLASSp.% ten
'•PLAYINGTHE POSfIES"
.SEATS NOW ON SALE
-Valencia st. near Htb — —Phone; Market' 17.
BARGAIN MATINEE TODAY!
ALL SEATS 2.K-.
AN IMMEDIATE HIT,
GRAUSTARK
Georjre Barr McCutcheon's .Famous : Lore
Story. Presented by Valencia Stock Company,-
Including
KOBEKA WARWICK.
TONIGHT— RETAIL GROCERS' ASSOCI-
ATION THEATER PARTY.
Neit Snn. — *'Hi» Excellency, the \u25a0 QoTemor'*
fIMEBICAN
Market St. Near 7th. Phoue : Market 3SI.
The Same Seat: lor tbe Same : Price \u25a0 Always.
A MUSICAL COMEDY TREAT
TONIGHT. THIS WEEK ONLY
A Knight for a Day
\u25a0With BOBBY BARRY. ELSIE HERBERT
and a Sparkling Company of 50.
PRICES — Erenliwrs. 25c, Me, 75c and $1.
NO HIGHER. Matinees, 25c, 50c and 75c.
J . . > — - \u25a0:'\u25a0.-\u25a0- . . ;-;.
NEXT SUN. ICI FOF SPIfP
MATINEE -IOLC-Ur-PfI^C-
PEATS NOW ON SALE:
TOiT i STEIXER-- »SID CfcAUKAH MCA,
THIS SHOW. IS "A I'IPPI>!J!
BEGINNING SUNDAY MATINEE, OCT. 18.
LA LOIE HELEITE Grecian Beauty, peerless
In her SALOME, DANCE;, the HO LAND WEST
COMPAIIY in 1 sensational one act- drama, "The
J Criminal"; FRED and BESS LUCIER In aßoar-
i Ing Rural. Comedy Sketch, "The .- Reuben » and
the Maid, the ABDULLAH ARABIAN TROUPE,
three men and three boys In Thrilliug: Balancing
and TumMlus Tricks; MOZARTO, - who plays a
Dozen' Inftrumi-nts: GRACE LEONARD, bril-
liant 'and beautiful Character .' Chance Artist;
D'ORO KOKCO. the pretty Glnay*. Violinist; Xc-
LOUQHLIN'S EDUCATED DOGS. TWO OTHER
BIG ACTS and MODERN MOTION: PICTURES.
A Money* Worth Show— That's All!!!
Matinees— loc and 20c. -" Erenlncs— 15c, and , 25c
CONCERNS, LECTURES, ETC.
Grand Bsnef it St; Mar^s College
In AW of the (.VM.VAMUM KIM)
DREAMDAND RINK
. . THiißsnA y. ! .i2vi;.vi.\<;._. oV-t.t rj, i»r»s
Exreptloualb" •rtlstJc ' program". Including KOI.B :
an<l-I>II.L.VARTIiUK ;«:i;NNINGHAM,» >!I!NoK
i:N«'A KN A« '.\O " «n<l 31 IS.S » 4 L'DP.* tbc t Famous i
\VliisUinff"«K»lvi&t., Admission— -SI.OU. , • ;i
the!; sA^sr^PRANeiSGO
AUTOMOBILE CLUB
ISSUES ROAD MAP
Condensed- Ready Reference Is
. Mailed; to Members by
Most Concise Publication of the
Kind Ever Compiled fori Cali
fornia Highways
R. R. l'Hommedieu
It was (announced, by the i officers of
the Autom6bllc^ClulJ;'of; California that
there was issued from theToffice of ,the
secretary [yesterday a . route'; book and
road map for the use of ;the ; members.
It is anew idea! to' publish the data' in
a. condensed .form,' making -the; book
very \ val uable as a*, compact '•> ready ref
erence. It •. was ,'\u25a0 announced that the
crewl which is posting :the .roads', was
working througii the Livermore' valley,
and would be proceeding -in. the direc
tion of Sacramento soon: ;L. P. Lowe
said that subscriptions to : the'" posting
fund -had -been - made" in a gratifying
manner/, and. the work would- be con
tinued as ' long as the % money ' held out.
The more money given .the more far
reaching will.be the work. Samuel : G.
Buckbee, the president' of the club, is
spending a week at \u25a0 Del > Monte, and
on 'his return. a meeting of the execu
tive committee will : be. held.'
EXJOV HOWARD CABS
Percy J. Broivn of Eureka is enjoying- many
pleasant trips oxer the boulevards of . Alameda
county in hia 40 horsepower HulcV. touring : car,
o( wnfeb Ije has; recently . taken delivery of the
Howard automobile company. Browii : will epend
several weeks familiarizing: himself with hU car
before he returns to s hj* home in E'lieka. H,l A.
Zels of Keddinß hns purchased from the ITow:ir<*
automobile company this week -a two -' cylinder
Bulck touring , car, which -.be -'will use exclu
sively for the pleasure of hunting in the wilds
of Shasta county. ?> . \u25a0\u25a0. . .
TRAVERSES RUGGED ROADS
One of the most Interesting motor trips of the
present season has - been completed 'by" E. L.
Hoffman of this city. As a result of the 10 days
of touring Huffman has covered \u25a0 more than 700
miles of the worst road In the state and is oDe of
the last motorist!) to visit the Yosemite this year.
Huffman, accompanied by his wife 'and a party
of friends started -from .this -city in their 00
horsepower Chalmers-Detroit - touring. < car, and
going, by way of Llvennore and Stockton reached
Modesto : the second day: : All through the San
Joaquin valley the tourists found good roads.' but
rifter leaving Modesto for Marlposa the , touring
became anything but pleasant owiug -. to \ tho ',re
cent heavy rains. . Unusually hard touring wasen
countered between Marlposa and Wawona. • The
rain bad washed: tbe surface from tbe Goacbllla
mountain road aud made that famous six - mile
grade a bard one, on tbe car. The . wheels, even
with the chains, would not hold traction, and' it
was only, by putting on extra ballast \u25a0in • the rear
of' the car and pulling the low speed throttle
open that tbe motorists made the. ascent. .^.'.'l
have never seen such - roads as through this
Marlpwa-Wawona country." said Huffman: "The
road is full of sharp turns and steep : grades,
and this. . together with tbe . heavy . rains, made
touring anything but pleasant. On my. return,
however, we had better lnek: and after reaching
I -os Banos we again had fine roads. •\u25a0 We ran
from Ix>s Banos to this city,. 155 mllon, on eight
gallons of gasoline. ; Tbe engine never missed j a
phot on tbe . entire trip.: and but for . three punc
tures I would not ' have known \u25a0 tbe meaning of
the word 'trouble.* ". . . , -
XOTES OF , THE AUTO
* W. L. Goodwin left- last Satunlay with his
family in his I'ierce-Arrow car for. ai 10 day
outing in tbe vicinity of Camp Meeker.
Cbarlcs E. Goss has returned from a pleasant
trip in his Mitchell to Saratogaand the Santa
Cruz mountain district. He -reported the' roa*»
to be in splendid condition since the rains, there
hardly being any dust on the whole trip. • '
• .•-".-\u25a0"•:.'
- TV". S. O'Brien, who has been a s resident <of
Panama 14 years, has taken delivery of a White
steam runabout. O'Brien has bad enough of life
in tbe tropics and be has purchased a ranch near
Glen Ellen.
Charles W. Mears of the ,Winton motor car
riage company Is on a tour of \u25a0 Wiuton . branches
in the east investigating advertising .conditions.
Don McCord. who has had the agency . of the
Overland car, has returned from the east after, a
Tislt'to the factory. While, in tbe east • he'se
cured the territory west of the Rocky mountains.
Including Montana. .Yesterday he was along
automobile row looking for a site, for he has de
cided to make his ' headquarters <v» this side of
the bay!
Personal Mention
W. A. Griffin of M&dera.is staying: 'at
the Grand.' . ;"""*\u25a0''
'B; SL Jones of Tulare is registered
at the Grand.. -V, . • (
Richard Walton .Tully. is a^uest.at
the Fairmont../ .. \u25a0 . . .}-, :^V-
' J. -M. McLeod of Los Angeles, is at
tho St. 'Francis. -_, r. ( „;
C. K. Maylandof Seattle is staylnp at
the Pacific Grand, r -•;... \u25a0...'.
G. A. Smith of Los' Angeles Js": stay
ins' at the Stewart. \u25a0. . \u25a0
Fred. P. Evans of Los Gatos isregis
tered: at .the, Holland. ;, ' . \u25a0 *'
Roy Drukker of New York is regis
teredat the St. Francis. ., . : T~i':i"
J. M.Hutchihsori 'and! Dr,' Minor. '.of
Eureka are* at : the Savoy.
- William, H. Hamilton -of New- York
isa guest at the Stewart- • \u25a0
'.Thomas R. Lowo^-and-wlfe^pf Wood
land are at the Dorchester. , ' v
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin SJ 1 Merrill; of Ban
gor are staying at. the* Fairmont.
< Mr. and Mrs.;E.,B:.Yerington of Car
son-are guests at the St. .Francis.;»
C. H. Lymbery : of ; New York and L.
Persch, of Chicago are at' the:ißalti
more. ' "•\u25a0 '-.- '\u25a0*\u25a0,;...:\u25a0- l~' . ' \ ':\u25a0\u25a0".'-\u25a0\u25a0'[\u25a0\u25a0'•\u25a0 '
'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Al: Laton J of
Del Monte have apartments at the Fair
mont. £32MtRafiraMB^8BfiL9£0B9ttli
Fred P. Evans of Los Gatos; and J.
W English; of. Monterey are at the
Holland.. . , - - . ' .*" '
Mrs." B. W/-Parton and Miss ; Mary
E.: Marshall of Santa' Rosa .'are. at the
Majestic. '
Ralph E. Moody, an "attorney of Port
land, is at the Fairmon|, .accompanied
by Mrs. Moody. •' ;',_;'' ' . '.]'
' L* F. Monroe and- family of, LO3 "An
geles and J. * F. , Stearns | of , Bakersfleld
are at the'lmperial. : :/. ' : -
Among recent -arrivals .at -the •Ham
lin are J. S. Hammond*, of : New: York
and J. T. Holmes of Boston. '\u0084 v ,
C. F. Weber' and -wife; of \u25a0;> Denver,
Colo.. S. P. Dobbins and; wife*of'Vaca
ville and E. -F. - Brittingham \u25a0 of New
York are at the . Victoria. 1 : \u25a0 .
INJUNCTION AGAINST
DREDGING IS DENIED
City of 'Oroville Will Be^ Pro-
tected by Having River
Channel Widened
\u25a0The injunction prayed for. , by 'the
city '; of .Oroville against V the ) Indiana
rold dredging company^ to restrain; that
company from piling * tailings -along
the sides ; of main, channel' of jthe
Feather," 'river * was 'denied , by.' Judge
Frank; S^ Dietrich in? the States
circuit court' yesterday, but several; or
ders? were* made^by; the r court './which
will /guard the" city . from . dangers by
floods. The. city of vOroyilletsought; to
enjointhe "g&ld "dredging \u25a0cofnpanyjfroni
dumping.: stones candanudn along; Fl the
sides of t the ; river, i thus > narrowing t the
main^channeLVThe city-wasfflooded'in
1 907 .*• In \u25a0\u25a0.-. the z spring -' freshets ; when -J the
Feather : river.- overflowed " its ibanks.'\
s. Judge if Dietrich^ ordered^; that 3; the
dredging v companyi. should vv J widen'^the
channel fZQ* feet i to '.aVdepthy equals to
that' of; the \u25a0• main l channel.*.^ Otheri or
ders .'were made iwhich % will * also pro
tect the ; city.'v Tho : bearing on 1 the rpetl
tion for a permanent; Injunction, will
tiik»i place 'latf;r on. ";\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0',*\u25a0 . • .' -.-\u25a0\u25a0'.:\u25a0.'*>
Do "You Wont $5.00 f
- Read THE y CALL'S \u25a0 , weekly offer ' on
You ng Women Plan
for Big Reception
Miss Amelia Butler .'.(Haussler, photo)
POLICE BELIEVE THEY
CAPTURED-SAFErCRACKER
Harry Lake". Is \ : the Suspected
Criminal Who VVVas Found
vy.r^at Night in^Store ;
In the capture ;\u25a0 of i : Harry Lake by
TVllllam Dathe. of "Morse's . patrol .and
Policeman Hanrahan on Monday night,
the-".p olice- believe . that- tliey , have -an
expert cracksman. "Detective j Ed" GSb
'soni.ofi the Identification -bureau - Is
looking- up .his record."-; . ; .• " ' ;
About '10 o'clock Monday night Dathe
A Few Words With
the Lady of the House
, Nature is just toward men.- It'recom
penses them for ; ; their- sufferings; it
renders them laborious.vbecause .to: the
greatest toils it attaches the greatest
rewards.— -Montesquieu.
The Tea
An afternoon- tea *is"- the least, formal
and for that reason to marty persons
the most attractive form of reception.
On the dining room table, which. should
be prettily decorated with fiowers^and
silver, a, tea service stands' at one'end
and a 'chocolate; set' at-the'Other, each
presided^ over byi some^friend of the
hostess. Sandwiches, .cakes, - bonbons
and say - orange frappe •. are sufficient
complements. A servant : should bet in
attendance to fetch. and carry and re
move soiled cups; and- plates from the
table.
A woman sometimes "disposes :of , her
entire visiting list- with a series of
teas" in close succession, that- is, -a
week or two apart. v Sometimes a tea is
given on stated, occasions and a few.
women [ make Sa, point i • .of ~- reserving • one
afternoon in ; each month \u25a0 for ; - a select
party of close friends. : • -; >'.\
The practice of tea drinking adopted
from the English has become quite
general ' in America. The -beverage -, is
now invariably^ offered to. .visitors and
the tea table has become a regular in
stitution, in most households. Despite
this' frequent' indulgence: In the ' cup
that 'cheers we have' not- quite learnt
how.to judge a good leaf; nor." how : to
brew it.
An • Englishwoman considers •\u25a0 a tea
cosey.as indispensable as a teapot,' and
she is .right. With us the. article is
comparatively unknown. \u25a0 • • .
In' England Indian tea— orange or
flowery. Pekoe— is used i; almost- exclu
sively ;or * predominately "blended ;with
the Souchong of China. Indian tea is
rarely used' in the ; United. -States 'and
very; little good tea of any klnd'is im
ported to 'this country. - If you should
goiinto a " tea. dealer's establishment' in
Hongkong,' Calcutta,. London > or.- New
York you will', find the tasters using
porcelain -or : ' china.-' pots'- in .which.- to
make '.the' infusions, that' guide -them
in purchases Involving tens — and'some
times hundreds lof thousands of dollars.
• You will be informed ?that -the ma
terial of ..these pots is an essential s fac
tor in the 'result -and that the; leaf will
not yield ?, its 1 best. 'flavor, andv aroma in
a : metal? 1 vessel.- -; Yet >we persist, 'with'
few. exceptions,*: in'using.silver teapots.'
Few s Americans - T realize- ;.- that» :boillng
water. • is' an 'absolute '-essential. ."";' One
minute^after lit has .receded r from -that
point its -virtue Is : greatly r diminished
so far as : tea making is concerned. • •
.The'';' earthen ware..' pot. ...should be
rinsed^ with iboiling "water*- before- the
leaf is placed* in -it. ;One,teaspoonful of
the latter^ is; the- proper 'quantity tfor
each cupto. be drawn, i Enough boiling
water to :\u25a0 steep'ithe>leaves-*shqu.ld :• be
poured - in', and the ' ppt allowed to" stand
under - the cosey' for three minutes. •'\u25a0: At
the end: of r. that; time boiling,' water to
the desired quantity., remembering that
less .will come'out, than, goes in— should
be : added and" the cups filled'at once.
After; this ; .the teapot -; should :be \u25a0; sent
out . and .prepared, for. another . brew.
Never' add; a; second supply of ; water,\or
fresh' tea," to?leaves : that have once been
used. This -method,-, provided good tea
is used, will insure a perfeot. brew and
relieve i the i drinker of -, all f ear -. of \u25a0 111
w&kAJt —
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I/ L ' TT T\ I X
Mothers of Boys and Girls
;* -Mothers l'wlthi, boys '-to \u25a0cipthej'should'fsW^thW.new.-.styie Knicker-
bocker^ '.:. Suits \u25a0*with I 'or /.without belts, pretty -patterns, ages 7 to 16
•j-; >years,. which we -are sellingVfor ; "\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0"'". " :^: " :.:
There, is ! . &\u25a0 color harmony \u25a0 and style to them, that is extremely"
v;" snappy. '• l '- -\u25a0> -. *_ - A - • '" - • \ -
'. . '\u25a0, ; Mothers , with girls to . dress - should see our ,* new ; % arrivals in ' ; \u25a0 ; ,
;;,-; ~':i Wsaeis'- Suits-~<jhic :, and • dainty - gafments-^you'll' like [thetif at sight -
i ; Th'e^prices "ran gV from" •" ". ;V . '. _ V r ': / i ' .
r "\u25a0; V 1!V 1 ! • h '.' -$15.00^^
• ; \u25a0?;'"; c Jackets and - Skirts .in ; : cashmeres, • serges, \u25a0 light weight \ cheviots « ;
'; : - - and ;:'other.- : "l suitable : fabrics; ---'colbfa-^greens,^-; browns,
.\u25a0 ; grays;-'sizesM2;to^l6years. \u25a0 ' \u25a0\ : '[' ,::'\u25a0\u25a0/.' : . ;^.":::-'- : ---'}: ; :-; ; ; \u25a0•"''- . '\u25a0
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DOLORES INSTITUTE
WILL GIVE DANCE
Several Hundred Young People
:tp Gather atlGoldeniGate
:fi Commahdery- Hall
.r.iSeveral^' hundred ; young people ".will
gather in i the Golden" Gate commandery
hall "ori ' Friday :c: c evening : next, when 'the
members';- of the Dolores, institute No.
7;of the Young Ladies' Institute will be
hostesses /at) 1 a- reception- and dance.
Splendid music 'is " to be 'one of the ; fea
tures of the {evening .and the decora
tions are /in '.charge > of a capable ; com
mittee.^"Among; the guests \, will ?be,rep
resentatives i f romTalli the other institu
tions. j of ~;the border.* ;'•
' Those" 1 in'; charge' of tthe arrangements
and on^tlie ? reception ': committee are : v':
Miss Aifi'eila But lef;" Miss Oertnide Blake
Mrs. -JL' FlUgerald Miss Sarah Dort.r
Mrs. George i Richardson Miss Susan -McCloakey
Mrs. . C. : Cusack • • Miss Cclla Yocng.
Mrs/X." Bearer . ' Miss Nora O'Connor .
! Miss Mary Stein ~ Miss Nora Pembroke -.
: Miss Ellen Blake 1 . Miss ; Mary Nolan,
' Mrs. ' J. : Rooney ' ' -V "• Mlj>s' Mary Patch \u25a0
Miss Brida O'Connor Miss Mlllah' Byrnes :.-.\u25a0,*
Miss- Rose Barns" Miss Ell«ab<»th Corkery
Miss Anne' Forsythe ' Miss Etta Lynch
Miss Theresa Gately ;•". -.-\u25a0\u25a0- ..•\u25a0--
tried ' the < front door of the Rix, com
pressed' airland , drill y company's, store
at •-. 371 ; Market > street, ; and on looking
up i saw. that' the .'glass In ' theT transom
was -broken.. -He (looked ,* inside and
saw a man crouching 'in the darkness.
He - blew ; his -J police whistle and/ Han
rahan responded. They." entered ' the
place* and* after.- a: struggle: succeeded
in • placing .the handcuffs over the I man's
wrists,' who proved to be Lake.; r
. ;Lake appeared ; before -Police Judge
Conlan yesterday on- a of bur
glary \u25a0 and the case was I . continued. s A
complete kit .of . burglar's i tools, which
was \u25a0„• found beside , him : ; when arrested,
is being' held as evidence. "
See the "Page for the Modern
House Keeper," which appears reg
ularly in the 1 magazine of The
Sunday Call. Cash prizes are given
each week for best household ideas
and. kitchen recipes. Send in your
choicest ones to "Modern House
Keeper v Page," The San Francisco
Sunday ' Call. V
effects.' " Under proper conditions" of
preparation tea is as harmless as milk.
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The Modern House Keepers' Exchange
>R«ll«ble Marmalade - (Mrs. J. W.
Christie. 3857; Eighteenth, .street. San
Francisco)^ — One often: hears a .request
for a -reliable recipe'for orange marma
lade.: The -following, is one which Is al
ways • most . satisfactory -. and :' inexpen-"
slve: Take 18 sweet, 4 ripe oranges, six
pounds best white sugar ;? grate the peel
from four of these and 1 reserve it for,
the* marmalade.' The > rinds of ; the oth
ers will , not ..be! needed.": Pare; the 'fruit
carefully, Jremoving -.-.the-V inner white
skin 3as v well" as ': the '; yellow." j Slice' the
orange, remove the seeds," put the fruit
and . peel (either sliced A"cry: thin or
grated) in a: porcelain vessel and boil
steadily* until' the pulp is; reduced, to -a
smooth mass. . .Take, from "the.' flre^and
stir in six of ; the best white
sugar; return to the fire and boil. fast,
stirring constantly \u25a0 half an hour •or so,
until .thick. .-;... _
BerfLonf, (Ethel Adams.Palo Alto)—
One pound of hamburger steak, half
pound of fat pork.' Have it ground to-,
gether. Roll six- soda crackers, add one
or two, eggs," one level tea3poonful salt;
a little black and- red pepper, a little
cloves, sage,' cinnamon and. a little to
basco sauce ; if- you have; lt; the iuice:of
one lemon and one cup. water or-sweet
milk.' Mix * all' together and? make -a
loaf. .Put in .a^pan,. witht a. few sprigs
of jparsley, on top. Don't? heat, the fire
roaring -hot. • This is- fine, cold- or, hot;
makes a nice moat for. hot days or.' Sun
day's dinner. "\u25a0:.?.'\u25a0•" ; ..- \u25a0 -'\u0084 " ... : .
Something About Mushrooms
. The interost; in ,'mushrooms' is so an
cient that -no * one.- ran sstato- when; they
were first "used' as , a' food, for c they, are
mentioned :in .the .most ancient writ
ings:. .Some, venture ; the -opinion that
"manna"- of^tbe;bibleiWasa:species of
fungi. "One r of the: ancient : writers = de
clared that;/,'boliti .were', so '-: exquisite
that' it was not safe 'to send • them by i a
messenger." f 6r. he - would : be sure" to 'eat
themiby ;thc way: .You might send sil
ver and gold; .but not boliti." '
< .In 'Italy, France, I ' Russia. Germany
and- Prussia? mushrooms^may.-be called
the manna-.of the poor.', ln; Poland
tribes 'subsist- on mushrooms. -Even the
Amanita'- Muscaria, -. or 'fly -amanita. Is
plckeled Tahd. eaten. :\u25a0 . ''.
At one time in Rome .'all mushrooms
exposed for \u25a0 sale in 10 pound" lots , were
subject, to "taxation. : JDuring, 1 that C time
from ' 60,000 ' \u25a0to j SO.OOO pounds \u25a0'- yearly
were , taxed/; This did ribt .include \u25a0 those
gathered for. private use or those dried,
preserved , and pickled. ' • If , such a large
amount" was I consumed in one 2 city/ in
Italy, what" must have been the aggre
gate. amount*used-in. all Italy? '
'.In various countries of South,.* "-iV-i''
fungi .' are > eaten. '\u25a0; It; is-sald that { -
I Jb%bakih&powder|
II --these grapw? Because from the ||
1 1 healthfiiL grape xomesthe chief ingre- II
In dient of Royal Baking Powder, Royal H
Alum-phospbate powders are made with harsh mineral acida hi*
Terre , del Fuego. mushroore3 are the
staple food. for several months. .One
kind growing, on birch tre^3"' is called^
'-'summer fruit." In Africa and the is!- I
ands of the sea they are consumed by
the ; natives. . Tolstoi writes of them as
one of his articles of food. \u25a0
'In the 'markets of Europe at the
present time certain kinds are sold in
season, by the bushel., as commonly as
potatoes. In some, of "the large cities
Inspectors -examine, them that no inju
rious species rare accidentally admitted.
Household Hints •
• ( Mrs. >l. llellmann. 8 Harmon court.
£>akland)^-How i to -kill moths in car
pets • on ' the floor. — Spread a cold, damp
cloth, on the* carpet, iron it with a hot
iron, and,- the -steam thus- caused will
kill' the moths. >• •
Paint: Spots: ißemoved. — To remove
paint from the' window glass rub vine
gar on 'it. . ' -- - - \u25a0 . \-
To Save ; Books. — A few drops of oil
of lavender scattered .through a \u25a0 book
case in a closed room \u25a0 will . save a
library from mold in": damp weather. ~ < :
A* Hint for the Sickroom (Mrs. George
Warren. « 151S -Twenty-third -avenue.
East. Oakland)—^ne. of the most con
venient articles- to use in a sickroom
Is -made from clean, fine sand, thor
oughly.dried on, the. stove. .Put it into
a flannel bag about eight inches square,
but^ do not .flll.it- full, as it makes it
too heavy. 'Sew up the opening care
fully "arid -cover the" bag with cotton
or, linen to prevent the sand from leak
ing.; 'You can' quickly heat it. in the
: oven ior ; even on top of the: stove.' and
it* holds !the ; tieat a long time: It can
be tucked in anywhere. It Is a good
; Idea -to.; keep two or.' three of -these
bags on hand.landlyou will never need
a bottle of ; hot .water.
EIHEMINWAV & SONS 1 ǤBffl>
QUAUTyAH
SaKMToom*— New York; l PJaisdclpnia. .Cli
; - * .'.* i," \- '. \ c *9°' ?«« Frtnciseo "...
! 'SHTT If yoiir.dealer.wilj not supply' it, send'
_\u youi orders *
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fcIiEMINWAV^ SONS SILK CO. [
.1680 PINE ST.. Saa FrMcii^o J
CHICHESTER'S PILLS
W^vV- TDK OIAMOND BRAND. . yTT •
S^JQKSL Illto ia B«4 *nd iioM **uUtcSS/S
'X —p«*l boTa. «*.!«! «ith B!no Ribbon. \/
It ii iDIXMoND JISAND PILLS, fof tS
Ay* ,0 y««n kwiwa as Best. Safest. AlwsjsßeUabl*
r>— r SOI nRY nplir-mcrc pTnvu^fßf
PROPOSALS
•-' OFFICE Purchasing Commissary. . U. S. Army.
1006 . North- Point • st., \u25a0. San s J*ranclsr*». ; Cal.'» . Octo-
ber, 5K».^ 1908.— Sealed; propoca ls. In duplicate, for
f uraishing ami - deli-rering on •or about . November
20, ; 1908.. subsistence. stores , In accordance with
speclQcations and conditions 'set' forth In Circu-
lar • No. •4. '\u25a0• War ' Department. ' Office Commissary
General," --. Washington.' 1 D. \ C;,' - March 27, 100 S.
will .be \u25a0 received *at '\u25a0\u25a0 this of flc« until .11 o'clock
a.'; m., 1 ! October ! SO. > 1905," and :then opened. . Infor-
mation :?* fnrnlshed • ;on .-^application. 'C - R;
KRAUTHOFF.V Major, Commissary. . . ' .
?THEGAI^S
BRANCH OFFICES
Subscriptions'; ahef.* advertisc-
niehts- wjll ; be . received, in
SaiipFrancisco) at- following
offices:, •
. I«SI»FII.L.!HORE' STREET
Open-until«lo_: o'clock every. nlstit
818 - VAX-NESS. AVEXtJE^ -
Parent's ; Store. :
- 3200 * fillTmore -'street
- Tremayne's* Branch •
553 HAIGHT. STREET
. \u25a0 \u25a0- Christian-Branch.:
. 18» -SIXTH /AVB-VUE \u25a0
\u0084'{• V •Ve v Odde; Shop
SIXTEENTH 'AND MARKET STS,i:
--;•\u25a0 r>: ."Jackson's? Branch •
- 1108 \VALEXCI A /STREET
\ - .Ti' .? Blake's r i ßazaar,,.*."
. r :5^974: s^974 uVAIiENCI A ,t STREET
. ,\j Halliday's '^Stationary, Store
30uTiftT]i :st:cor^ siissio.v : * ;
International • Stationary {Store T
GENERAL C. A. WOODRUFF
VISITS BATTLEGROUND
Views Famous Old Custer Field,
Where He Fought Thirty
two Years Ago
'.'. General Charles A. Woodruff. U. S.
A., > retired, returned yesterday from a
five months' tour of the western states.
During his trip he visited the Custer
battlefield, where he fought, 32 years
ago. as" a second lieutenant under com
mand ;of General Custer. The Little
Big Horn valley is greatly changed,
since those days. Now the Crows have
changed that territory into well tilted
farms*. General Woodruff hardly real
ized the spot" where the famous Custt*r
massacre took place, but he met sev
eral of the old scouts who served the
government at that. time. Woodruff
visited General Funston at Fort Leav
enworth. He also made a" tour through
Montana and the Yellowstone park ami
then through the grand canyon of Col
orado. \u25a0
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AUDUKiI 51!> Gotdra Cat*- «t.- T. : ParkM47S
AIITHfAD - 1 WALTER C. MORRIS.
AU I UvAK &40 Van Xess.'T. Frank'n S7TT
Dill/I T -HOWARD AUTOMOBILE CO~
OUIwrV 4SJ> lioldeo Gate; ar. tel. Market tr^-G
/YIMCT HALL AUTOMOBILE CO..
VV/iHC 1 e4O Van Xess ar.aad 651 Turk st.
rnnn STANDARD MOTOIt CAR *'0..
; rUKII - 343-347 «. G. ar.. t"»l. Market 5240.
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'MnnV MOTOR CAR AGENCIES CO.;
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fDCCDI CCC auto livery co..
[ iCCRLEOO fiOl G. «..- tel. Franklin 133-1.
| PIERCE ARRdW^^ cc T "^^
ipAMRIFB d..c. whitman.
j rVrtiilDLClV 4ni G. G. a»..' teL Market 7k:
(PPVAIII T Renault Frerew iSelllns Branrb.
! IYCIIAUL. 1 Sl»>32: Van Ness. T. Market 9*l
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TfHIDICT ' AUTO VEHICLB CO..
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!___ ; —
! WHITE THK WIIUTE CO.. 1.;7 Hayes *t.
| TT Ul 1 D 53S lltb St.. Oak. Tpl. Mark«t.l7or,.
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DUUCII, ii. VV. Tel. FranUla 2W.
CHANSLOR & .LYONS &&&&£
GEO.jp' MOORE CO. jg^arSan,-
OUARAXTEE I^7 Elm arenne. .
BATTERY CO Telephone - Franklin 2772.
PREST'O'LITE CO. :
CDI ITHADC IGNITION APPABATUS,
, Or LI I UUlvr 32i> Van Ness. T. Market 2&>*.
AUTOMOBILE TIRES
HI 1 \l f\ VH -DIAMOND RUBBER CO..
UjAiHyill/ 502 G. G.aT." & M & Mtoalwi.
. CICL' •-\u25a0 - THE FISK RUBBER C 0..., .
r IoIV '1038' Golden. i^ate ar.. tel. Market 8710.
--..J.I. • G and J TIKE CO..
ana J 414-41« Van Ness a».. T. Market 108 T.
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ii IV v i 111 C\CV ' \u25a0'• 370 Golden Gate! a-r.'
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GARAGES
nnn A TWIT X V Broadway .and Polk sts-
pKUAU'WAI Tel. Franklin 2S6f>.
ninnir"' Pacific and Polk'-sta.. "
rAL/IriC Tel. Franklin 2K».
WASHINGTON 'JSgaS^t^F
PAINTERS/TRIMMERS & BODY BUILDERS
ALMORRIS CO. %^?%?:
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&.f \u25a0 AUTO REPAIR CO. Ir^^
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SAUNDERS'MIDDLETON .'gfc'iiS.
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AUTO CLEARING HOUSE;^^^
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TT 111 1 C KS lTtn St.. Oak. TeL Market 1705.
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