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NEWS OF OAKLAND, BERKELEY, ALAMEDA, HAYWARP, PT. RICHMOND
LOST LADS OUT IN
HILLS ALL NIGHT
Yoong Boys, Terrorized by Coy
otes, Crouch Behind Rocks
With Little Dog
Families in Autos Search for
Hours and Youngsters Go
Home as Light Dawns
OAKLAND, No\\ 1. —Caught fast in
the thickets on the crest of the hills
»bove Koraffa valley, Ilobbie Martland,
•red S ypars. and Toddy Parr, aged 10
years, crouched in terror through the
night with ft little dog.
Robert M. Martland of 8739 Piedmont
avenue, accompanied by his wife and
member* of the family, in one machine,
and John K. Parr, a mining man of 564
Boulevard way. father of the other boy.
With friends and Deputy Sheriff Eugene
Btacbler, searched until after midnight,
to take it up again at dawn.
At iiciiii today tlii- boys, hungry and
terror striken, their clothing torn and
M telr iKi-ids and face* scratched, limped
down f;um hills to their homes.
With yoftng Martland was the little
dog. also in the last stages of fatigue.
The i>nys Walked up the canyon road
from the Mart hin<l home, at Grand ave
nue Mini Boulevard way, yesterday
afternoon to go over to the Martland
Bummer >amp in Moraga valley. They
walked within three miles of Lafayette.
:itra CeffU county, and as darkness
fiet in they attempted a short cut over
the summit. They lest their way and
found the brush so thick that they were
unable to move farther.
When they were missed two autos set
ou* with the families and friends. Re
volvers were «red and auto horns
tooted. The oounda reached the boys,
out tiieir answer could not be heard;
and when the coyotes began ho%vling at
the disturbances the lads were silenced
The searchers gave up early this
morning, but the search was taken up
again as soon as the sun rose. Their
confidence restored by the light, the
boys crept down through the tangles
reacned the canyon road above the
Oakland and Antioch railway tunnel
and got home at noon. Word was sent
t" the searchers and they returned
OPPOSITION TO SCHMITT
Fight for Home Rule for Harbor
The promised fight? in the legislature
for home ru,le for the San Francisco
harbor and the automobile license rev
enue laws are assured by the virtual
abandonment of the progressive party
opposition to the re-election of As
semblyman Milton L. Schmitt.
When the home rule bills for the
other California harbors were forced
through the legislature two years ago
Schmitt, recognized as the lower house
representative of the exposition and
San Francis, o leader, g-ave notice that
R t the -■srular session fie would
demand .similar legislation for San
He made home rule for the San Fran
cisco harbor an issue of his campaign
for renomination and won out by a
substantial majority. He secured the
■ o-operation of the San Francisco
Chamber of Commerce to the end that
chambers of commerce and commercial
organizations throughout the state are
committed to the plan to put Pan Fran
en a fair competing basis with
the other harbors of the state.
iitt lias also given notice that
h< , will make a right for an automo
bile license revenue law .designed to
produce about $500,000 annually for re
tirement of the good roads bonds or
ft pay interest on those bonds.
Schmitt's scheme involves the impo
sition cf a small monthly license fee
upon automobiles to be covered into
a fund specifically designed as an ad
junct to the good roads fund. He de
clares that a license fee of 75 cents a
month will produce an aggregate of
approximately $500,000 a year and with
out placing an onerous burden on the
automobile owners of the state will en
able them to contribute directly and
effectively to the cause that is nearest
their comfort—good roads.
REAL ESTATE NOTABLE
IS LUNCHEON GUEST
Oakland Association Entertains
OAKLAND. Nov. I;— Thomas S. Tn
yTsoli of Minneapolis, executive sec
rc'iiiry of th<- NaiionuJ Association of
Kstate Exchanges, was the guest
of honor at a luiuheon of the Oakland
Bstafca association at the Forum
today. The luncheon was pre
ov*r by Harry L. Holcomb and
attended by 50 prominent real
estate dealers. flolcomb delivered a
short address of welcome to thp visit
ing oflVinl. He explained some of the
work done by Ingersol! in sys
tematizing the real estate bttsiqeee and
bringing about co-operation through
out the country. Secretary Ingersoll
told something of t&e purpose of the
national organization and of its grow
ing strength. He spoke favorably of
the plyn of realty men of Oakland and
vicinity to have the meeting of the
national convention held either in Oak
land or San Francisco in 1913.
TWO 810 MEETINGS
HELD BY BOURBONS
Potrero and Mission Democrats
Have Rousing Rallies
Two l>is meeting's were held Inst
under tlu> auspicos of the dcmo
rratlc county committee, one in the
J'Mtrern ami the other in the Mission.
The Mission meeting was held in the
Lyceum theater, Twenty-ninth and Mis
sion street.s; the Potrero meeting in
lerbund hall. Twenty-fourth and
Doyle presided at the Maen
nerbtmd hall rally and William Kelly
at the Lyceum theater, where a vaude
ville entertainment followed the ora
The speakers who alternated between
the meetings included Stephen V. Cos
tello, candidate f<>r <-onKress from tlie
lifth dletrlct; W. n. Oeary of Arizona,
s ttornej for the Western Federation of
Miiieif,. Mrs. B. J. Kacscr. John O'Garfi,
Supervisor Itulph McLeran. T. .A. Uear
don and Sidney Van Wyek Jr.
WORLD'S BALL SERIES
AT OAKLAND ORPHEUM
OAKLAND, Nov. 1. —The Oakland Oγ
pheutij \v ill present tomorrow and three
following the official motion
pictures i)l the world's baseball cham
pionship jrani' ♦ n ,the Boston
Red Sox snd tlio NVw York (Jiants.
picture* w'v authorized by
Herman*, president of the na
ALAMEDA CLUB TO GIVE
LEGENDS OF YOSEMITE
ALAMEDA, Nov. I.—The Yoscmite
legends of Dr. H. J. Stewart and Allan
Dunn will be given at the union meet
ing of the Adeiphian club November
7 Miss Maud Sloan will be the solo
ist. Mrs. J. 11. Sloan will be the re
ceiving hostess, assisted by Mrs. F.
T. Moore. Mrs. Julia B. Foster, Mrs. R.
Montgomery Haslett, Mrs. Kingham
Buford Putnam, Mrs. Herman Krusi.
Mrs. John Sohultz, Mrs. G. C. Thomp
son and Mrs. 11. A. Hebard. Miss Sloan
will be attired as an Indian maiden.
Indian baskets, rugs and other hand
iwork of tin red men will be utilized
in the stage decorations.
Y.M. C .A. BUILDING
WILL BE ENLARGED
Two Additional Stories for
Splendid Structure Owned
by Oakland Branch
OAKLAND. Nov. I.— \Y. C. Hayes,
architect of the Oakland Young Men's
Christian association, has been ordered
to call for bids for the additional two
stories to be built immediately on the
association building at Twenty-first
street and Telegraph avenue. The
order was issued following the an
nouncement of Wallace M. Alexander,
president of the board of trustees of
the association, that he would build
the addition. The cost will be $50,000,
and the sum of $8,000, which was re
quired for the furnishing of the addi
tion, has been raised in the association.
In accordance with Alexander's gift
conditions of a year ago.
The improvement was anticipated at
the time the building was put up.
owing to the demand for rooms, and
this demand has increased so as to
make the additional two stories im
perative. The floors will he furnished
in the same manner as the balance of
the building, with identical improve
ments. The association officials antici
pate no trouble in filling the two floors
A meeting of the board of trustees |
will be held Thursday evening, when
the final plans will be passed on. At
that meeting It Is expected that a suc
cessor will be named to fill the office
of general secretary of the association,
which will be vacated by the resigna
tion of B. B. Wilcox. John Fechter.
assistant general Secretary, has been J
mentrdned for the-' position, and it is |
pronaWe that he will be named to suc
WHEELER APPROVES MOVE
TO LESSEN ACTIVITIES
Advocates Say Too Little Time
Is Given to Study
BERKELEY, Nov. I.—A movement in
the senior class of the University of
California to diminish the number of
student activities, in the Tiope of rais
ing the scholarship standard, has been
indorsed by President Benjamin Ide
At* present the university affords sev
eral kinds of sports, various debating
contests and several dances and shows
each term, and intercollegiate contests
even in chess. The seniors hold that
many students are interested in more
than one of these activities, and by
consequence reduce their hours for
No definite measures to remedy the
condition have, been agreed upon, but
the class probably will offer recom
THEY ASK FOR II
Strength-Building Food That
Does Wonders for
The child wl.o drag , ? one foot as he
wklks, or works his hands convulsively,
shrug's his shoulders and makes URly
fares, should not be scolded for bad
manners until his parents are satisfied
1 that his actions are not due to extreme
This condition. generally found
among pale, thin children, may grow
into St. Vitas' Dam*-.
Ozomulsion is advised, since the pure,
fresh, steam , refined Norway Gold Medal
Cod Liver Oil in it is a general
strength-builder and the hypophos
phites (<t Lime and Soda have a most
bpnf'tiiia) action on the weak and ex
It is well to begin treatment with
Ozomulsion as soon as the little, twitch.
Ittgjn of muscles are noticed and thus
avoji] complications later. ,
Children take Ozomulsion cheerfully.
Aft-r the first .spoonful they ask
Sample Bottle Free by Mail
That those who are socking- health
and strength for themselves, children,
relatives or friends may experience the
life-giving properties of this exclusive
Norway gold medal ozonized cod liver
oil medicinal food emulsion—as well as
to know OzomulHon superiority—ln
being most palatable and easy to take—
a generous 3-oz. bottle will be sent by
mail to those who send addresses by
poctcard or letter to Ozomulsion, 548
Pearl st., N. Y.
Excessive brain fagr. frip. coryza. neu
ralgia, rneurnat.sin. headache? from nery
ou«nese. indigestion, grip, over-indulcence,
and pains of erery description are all
qulckiy and eafely driven away by
Not stimulants, intoxicants or habit fui iixra —
they bring only tranquil n«rreaand absence of pam.
j#S5Kv At AU Druggists
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
Mrs. S. Montgomery Haslett,
who will take part in unique pro
duction of Adelphian club.
TO ESCAPE BLOWS
Pedestrian Knocks Robber Down
and Identifies Lodging House
Guest as Fugitive
OAKI.AXn, Nov. 1. —Louis Coubert,
whose ancestors fought under the great
Napoleon, gave battle to> a highwayman
this morning and routed him. He then
led Patrolmen Green and Gardner to
the refuge sought by the would be
robber in the. Bethel lodging house, 523
Harrison street, and a man. who gave
the name of Albert Kirtsing, was taken
into custody upon Coubert's accusa
Coubert is employed in Chanquet
Brothers' saloon at 734 Broadway. He
left the place shortly after midnight
for his home in Seventh street. With
the words of a French chanson on his
lips he was making his way slowly
when he was stopped midway between
Webster and Harrison streets in
Seventh. He was told to throw up his
Coubert rushed at the highwayman
and struck him on the face. The man
went down and Coubert prepared for
another Assault. The robber scrambled
to his feet and fled.
Coubert then called for assistance,
and Patrolmen Green and Gardner re
sponded. Coubert had watched the
fleeing man and led the way to the
lodging house' where Kirtsing was
Kirtsing denied that he was the man
wanted. He said he lived fn Alameda
and took a room at the Bethel house
because iHI- the late hour.
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AD MAN'S FRIENDS GIVE
LUNCHEON IN HIS HONOR
OAKLAND, Nov. I.—An informal
luncheon was given today in honor of
William l>. Simonds Jr*» former presi-.
dent of the Oakland Advertising as
sociation, b> - a few friends and fellow
workers in the association. SimondS
will leave soon for St. Louis, where Ije
will take a position as advertising
manager. Those present at the lunch
eon, which was held in a downtown
cafe, were: Glenn Earnhardt, Kmil
Fritsch. L. A. Hearin, T. B. Bridges.
Raymond Newsom, W. F. D. Brown, Lee
Bertillion, Fred Hall and Irving Kahn.
=3 iIXGS6 ictiiiOcio ictrios
1 make the most profitable I
1 dairy farms in the world J
Up In the Seeramrtrto There li » conManf deninnii . =;
'-' Valley—«> minuted, b> eleetrl«> for '*rm prodiietn —a ready ===
market all the yenr round—,
oar to the capital—with 1« there Iμ the electric railway
electric train* a day— for Mending: It to that waiting-
Thrrr. 118 ,h.r the fiueat and market—there J« cheap and ~
= . . ■ , MMlck trnnspnrtatliiii by
tnodt friendly condition* of frelgrht—not expenxivc ex- =
aim and water—in the rich «pres*.
chocolate loam, with the exact These nmall California fnrm« ' =
kind of noil and cliniute, for * r< * Wml ' or and the EEE
dairy cow. ——
derp-roollnc alfalin. The . _. .. ' , . =
= , ~ . , . Hut the price in the erreat E==i •
aourrv of the hI K butter B ttractloa—«o low and at ==
profitm. terniM no cany that $1 "an acre
Alfalfa—nix cutting* a year a month will buy n farm.
*— the conf iiiuoiiM nouriaihment iin up on our excursion to ■
for milch cfewa—rich in but- thene Jnnd« today—while you "~ ; ~
= ter-maklnje food— have the opportunity—they ——
:= - Sun. noil and water—they are selHnc fast. See the flour- =
~ "re all In thewe Central fall- Ishirm farm* there—the Ideal ~~
fornla Traction landx that are condition*. Inventiirate the ~—'
: ~ welling no low now that proposition. You own not af- ~
-7— fortune* are to be made by ford to overlook It. no matter
■imply buying; and holding. what your Income may be. ===
(Stine & Kendrick f~?IfI|? 1
= oo Kit m. c c- w- - 3 Montßomery J»|., Snn Francl*co.
s 23 Montgomery it., S. F. Gentie.en =
ssr Plpase send me hirdscyp map of the Sao- —r~
= Branch Offices* ramento Valley and the information about
__ DIdUUI wiuccb. youl . railroad i ands . =
== 1«0r» HalKht Street. S. F. ' =
H"2 MontKomcry >t., S. P.
455 Kearny Street. S. F. =
=j 40i Twelfth St.. Oakland. :
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Vg=- . ' ' ' _"' ij _' _ _—n
HOME FOR BLIND
Four Women Waiters Walk Out
and Charge Violations
of Labor Law
OAKLAND, Nov. I.—Four* waitresses
at the Industrial Home for the Adult
Blind, ."5601 Telegraph avenue, -went
on strike this morning, alleging that
they had been worked more than eight
h©urs a day in violation of the new
eight hour law for women. Thpy are
Miss I*uey Woods, Miss Freda Davidson.
Miss Alma P'airehow and • Miss Etta
Williams. They said they had retained
an attorney and would invoke the law
against the officials of the institution
for violation of the labor act and for
violating the law regarding the em
ployment of noncitizen labor at the
Mrs. Amanda Sanders, the matron,
said:' "We have a statement from At
torney General Webb which informs us
that the law does not affect state in
stitutions. We obtained this informa
tion shortly after the law went into
effect and know that we are within
F. A. Williston, a clerk at the home,
admitted that the girls had been work
ing more than eight hours a day and
that they had worked Sundays. He
said that the employment was legal in
that instance. He denied that any
noncitizen labor was employed at the
The walkout was sudden and left
the service crippled. Miss Mamie
Walsh, another waitress, was the only
woman who remained on the job, and
Mrs. Sanders was forced to call in
janitors and gardeners to assist in
serving the noon meal.
ELECTION RETURNS FOR Y. M. C. A.—Ouk
litnd. Not. 3. — Arrangements have been made
to give complete election returns Tuesday at
th<> Oakland Young Steß'a Christ lav Association
building. A special leased wire will be used,
and the returns will M announced iv the gym
MAYOR TALKS TO WOMEN -Berkeley, Nov. 1.
Mayor J. Stitt Wilson addressed a women's
meeting this afternoon nt the Berkeley high
wfaool auilitorium on his candidacy as socialist
nominee for I'mnuiM Mis* Fannie McLean
was also a speaker. Mrs. William Keith pre
BUTCHER GETS BAD CHECK -Berkeley. Not.
i'.—J. 0. BhII. a hut'h'i- if S4l Vniversit,?
avenue, complained to the police this morning
that a customer name.l Georgo E. Williams
»tave him a check for $.;.">. receivlnß in change
$!».KT>, and that the thook was returned marked
CAR LOOTERS PLEAD GUlLTY—Oaklanrt. Hot.
.—.Tnbn Williams ami I.onis Anderson* pleaded
guilty to second degree harglary in Judge
Ellsworth's court today. They were captur**d
T\«Jiilf breaking into »So\itliern l'sciflc freight
cars loaded with condeuse<l milk. Sentence
will («■ passed Tuesday;
HEYWOOD HEADS CHAMBER- Berkeley, Nov.
I.—Charles l>. Il<\vn-nri«t, a 'iimbennan, was
re-elected president of the Berkeley diamber
of Commerce l\v the dirCN?Jor« of the organiza
tion, (i. 1.. Sdmeider chosen vice jtrcsi
dent and Wells. Dniry necivtary. nie Berke
ley National bank was (lestjrnated as trsasurcr.
PURSE AND COUCH STOLE?!—Oakland. X. v l.
I. M. Hitkoskl. (il4 Jonf*;*rtre<'t. w»» robbed
by a pickpocket of » pyts* coiitaiii'.nß $241
last nfiilit while wt of an Oakland
theatt-r. Mrs. <i. TwesUT-necond
street, asked the poHe««fiE?.v to find h coiich
valued at $15. stolen from tfie rear porch of
GIRLS EXPLAIN TO JUDGE -Oakland-. Not. 1.
CelcKte Dtipin. Frances Slum. Helen Fleutl end
Blanche Sizelove, girls arr<sted Im-<( night for
inasijiiiTjidlng in male atftre, explained to Po
lice Judge (ieorg-e Samuels today that they
were out on a halloweeii lark, and saw lmth
Ing reprehensible in the escapade. They were
rfleased after Judge Samuels had given them
a lectori .
DEATH STRIKES AGED WOMAN -San I."an
<lr<>. Nov. i.—Mrs. Dplphin.i Rogers, h promt
nent uiomber of tbe local todge of thf S. P. H.
S. 1., difd in her home in Diittoii avenue this
morning from hemorrhage of the brain. Mrs.
Rogers wan an o!d resident, aerri (!!» yours. fQtt
M< a nativf of tho flyrm i>l;iml*. and Ipstos
a (laughter. Mrs. Tt. Kirn*. The funeral sprv
lees» will be beld Monday inornine in St. I.len
der's elinreh. when* a requiem hijih muss will
EAST OF THE BAY
Small But Exclusive Parties Are
Features of the Early
OAKLAND, Nov. l.—Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Hamilton Brown opened their
Piedmont residence this evening for a
dinner, covers being l laid for a dozen
guests. Mrs. Brown will be anions the
hostesses of the seastan. planning , a
number of affairs in th»- coming; months.
She !s gifted with a- charming voice
which adds her name to a long list of
society women who have given their
time seriously to perfecting themselves
in the art of song.
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Miss Pearl Cawston. one of the win
ter's debutantes, and Miss Elinor Hart,
who has' been a house guest of Mrs.
Tyler Henshaw and Miss Cawston for
several weeks, are the inspiration for
the affair at which Mrs. Robert H. Col
lins will entertain a number of the
younger sot tomorrow evening at her
suburban home near Hayward. The
guests will motor out from town. Dan
cing and cards, rounded out with sup
per, will lend'dlversion to the hour.
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.Mrs. John L. Howard opened her Ver.
non Heights residence this afternoon to
100 women of the smart set, whom she
entertained at bridge followted by tea.
The function was among the most
elaborate of the week. The rooms were
decorated in autumn colors. Mrs. How
ard was assisted In receiving by her
daughter, Mrs. Duncan McDuffie.
Among the guests were:
Mrs. Thomas Crellln ! Mrs. BdnoH F. Aflains
Mrs. E. B Stone Mrs. T. 1.. Bnrker
Mrs. J. fc Burnham ) Mr?. Kdwanl M. Walsh
Mrs. George MeNear Mrs. A A. Moor?
Mrs. Charles M. Good- I Mrs. T. C. Toogau
all I Mrs. Horry Mct-k
Mrs. W.«S. Gcodfellow !
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Mrs. Thomas Cvellin made her daugh
ter, Mrs, Wallace Everett, the honored
guest at a luncheon yesterday, asking
a number of the younger matrons to
meet her. The later hour was devoted
to a game of bridge. Mrs. Everett
before her marriage of the early fall
was Miss Jane Crellin.
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Forty friends were entertained today
at bridge and tea by Mrs. Lueie May
Hayes at her home in East Oakland.
Mr. and Mrs. Edson F. Adams have
new home for their large
grounds 'in Sea View avenue. Piedmont,
work upon which has begun. It will
be several months before the residence
is ready for occupancy. It will add
another* to the group of pretentious
mansions which are covering the upper
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The annual reception and banquet of
the graduates of the Napa seminary
will be held tomorrow evening at the
Key Route inn, at the invitation of the
Napa Seminary club. The alumnae in
cludes a, large number of the prominent
society women about the bay. Mrs.
Fannio C. .Smith of Berkeley is presi
dent of t tie club.
Alameda Society Gossip
ALAAfKItA, Nov. 1.~-The fngase
nu'nt of Miss Irene \Velp of this plsJ
and (I. K. Mortensen "of Oakland, 'wks
announced di a * fiallov. eon party last
evening at the iiomp of Mrs. QtOTge
Sturtfvant In Versailles avenue. After
playing a series of ha.llo.ween games
the lights were lowered and a giiostly
fisure appeared. In a weird voice the
ghost revealed the betrothal and then
vanished. The lights again were
turned on strong sHjd all of the guests
congratulated Miss Weip. The bride
els-et is the president of Las Amigas
find is the possessor of marked his
trionic talent. Mortensen is a grad
uate of Stanford and is connected with
the Oakland sehooW department. The
wedding day has not yet been chosen.
Mrs. Alan O. Olsen and little daugh
ter are here from San Dieso and arf
guests at the home of Airs. Olsen's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Pattiani.
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Mr. and Mrs. George 11. Tyson have
closed their home here for the winter
and with their daughter. Miss Marie
Tyson, have taken apartments at the
THK S,,O,M ' ,V, ' OF OAKLAND
Make a Note of These Saturday Specials:
Silk Sale Continued from Thursday
' $2.50 to $4.00 Silks at $1.85
These arc shown in three assortments, all having sold at
prices of from §2.50 to $4.00 the yard.
No. 1 Silk Cashmeres, soft and rich. Van Dyke Dots and
(irecian borders, 42 and 48 inch:s wide, wonderful shades.
Sale Price, $1.85 the Yard
No. 2, Silk Crepes, border effects in soft, silky tones of the
newest shading. Sale Price, $1.85 the Yard.
No. 3, Crepes, Chiffons and Marquisettes in floral stripes,
Dresden and beaded effects, 44 to 54 inches wide. Sale Price,
$1.85 the Yard.
50c Values at 25c—Evening Fabrics
These are Mulls and Tissues in border effects, brocades,
dots and plain colors. Beautifully finished and delicately pat
terned. Special at 25 cents the Yard.
Special Values in Collapsible Go Carts
Xo. 1 Collapsible Go Cart, iron frame, riveted joints,
Moroccoline leather seat and hood, iron tires; will hold doll up
to 22 inches. Regular price, $1.35. Sale 95c.
Xo. 2 Collapsible Go Cart, iron frame, riveted^joints; same
as Xo. 1, but with rubber tires and without hood ; will hold
28-inch doll. Regular price. $1.35. Sale Price, 95c.
Special Sale of Blankets
20 pair all wool Blankets, pink and blue borders, size 70x80,
bound in two-inch silk binding: regular $10.00 value. Special
10 pair Broken Plaid Blankets. si pounds: pink. blue,
brown and gray ; floss bound ; regular at .$6.00 the pair. Special
at $4.85 the pair.
20 pair White Cotton Blankets, pink and blue borders,
mohair bound ; regularly sold at $3.50. Special at $2.65 the pair.
The combination of cold weather and attractive price will
require quick action to secure these blankets.
Special Bureau Scarfs
Regular 35c Bureau Scarfs in pink. blue, green and yellow'
floral patterns, absolutely new and very effective, are offered at
a sale price of Twenty-five Cents Each.
Sale of Hot Water Bottles
A good, strong, reinforced seam Hot Water Bottle, guaran
teed for a reasonable period, is offered in either one quart or
two quart ai the unusual price of One Dollar for either size.
Important Muslin Underwear Sale
Muslin Combinations, daintily trimmed with double thread
lace. Swiss embroidery, and inset with delicate medallions, are
offered on Saturday at the following reductions:
$1.50 and $1.75 values at ' $1.15
$2.75 and $3.00 values af $1.95
$2.25 and $2.50 values at $1.65
$3.50 and $4.00 values at $2.45
I $4.50 and $5.00 values at $2.95
Silver Frames at Popular Prices
► Anticipate the holidays. Buy several of these frames. We
guarantee you will not be able to replace them again. Three
prices on display.
Alignon frames at 50c. Burnished silver and French gray
at 60c. A various assortment in all shapes at 85c each.
j - ■Pit* k^
Your feet must look London
|gL. this year or look wrong.
than this BOND STREET
Regal Shoe Company
S) Wl Phelan Bldg., 772 Market St. ' Tγ
1/j£gh* . SAN FRANCISCO \\
/. TK-* * For Men, Women ami Chililreu
/A i?0j!!i STORK IS WES SATURDAY ET\*F,MXGS A\
I Fairmont in San Francisco for the
! winter season.
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. Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Baker and Miss
Alice Baker have taken apartments at
j the Somerset in San Francisco for the