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AMUSEMENTS.
I:ai.p\vin Tbkatkk — Tot. stri'v^rt orS olin.'
I'oi.t'MßiA 1 hkatkf— The Herrmanns.
California Ihkatkk. — Italian Oji^ra.
'-• OROSi v - IHi.vw; 1 , t-i-- The LO.t Para-
■AICA7AT-. Thkattcb "The Ugly Duckling "
livou Op£ha Horst- The Geisha.''
I B 111 IM I
Metropoi ian j ■ mpi i - C'OllCPrt
Mktropoi.ii Tkmpi >■: — Bacred Orchestral I
o . crt, sunday afternoon; Xovemf/er 14 j
Mktropoi.itas Tkmi'lk— iiong Recital, Moi- i
day afternoon, Novembi r 1 .'■.
ÜBKRON.— feliui-l CoilCfr'- .
Htbo Batiii. — Halhln? nni! rprform»nr»%
HTC < HfTKSAXTI CHITTKS Frkk Thkater — j
Cireat Vaudeville Company every afiernoo:i and i
ireDlntf. . I
Bi bEation Pauk— Baseball. •
i iUHtCoASi Jix kkvCi ik — Races todaj-. j
AUCTION SALES.
11 V r>AVTS, Bki-at- '* Co Thorsdav, Xovember ■
11, I'.t gtaurant, ai 9 Taylor streci at 2 o cloc i.
By .1. M. \Ki.«ON Monday, Xovoruber 15,
Horses, ai Vlai eda Racptr^ck.
CRIME VERSUS POVERTY.
Mine. Sorbier Scores the System
cf Feeding Criminals on the
Best of the Land.
Objects in a Report to Their Having
Luxuries "While the Honest
Poor Suffer.)
Mme. Louise A. Sorbier, president of the
Women's Educational and Industrial
Union, in her report read attheannu.il
meeting of the union last night, score 1
the present system of treating criminals
as though they were "star boarders"
giving them the best of everything ia the
market — while so many of the deserving
- iffer much privation and hardship.
She laid stress on the point that if the<e
same hardworking, honest old wonv>n, in
-8 cad of be'ng honest, would steai, they
wuul 1 be livinc on the fat of the land and
not starving, as many of them have been.
Mme. Sorbier said: "I endeavored to
procure the cleaning of our City Hall for
the poor aged women. These women,
whom no one "will employ because of their
ad whom the Am-hoaie will not ad
mit since they are not invalids, are in
great need of work and cannot get relief.
Last January, when our City Hall wa* in
such a filthy concitior. — a disgrace to the
city — I made an application to the present
Board of Supervisors, asking that these
tnemp Dyed women be given the
work and guaranteeing that they would
keep it in perfect order for half the sum
already being paid to keep it filthy.
"I waa told that we could not get the
cleaning of the hail because it is consid
ered a 'good thing' by the Board of Su
pervisors, who bestow it on their pro
teges. Be.ieving ihat all men were not of
the same stamp 1 made the application,
;:e motion was voted down."
Mme. Sorb:er then alluded to her fruit- j
less trip to .Sairamento, \v:iere she tried
to have a bill passed to give t lie cleaning i
of public b Hidings to the lowest bidder, |
but she was unable to get any one who i
would present 'he bili to the House. She
concluded by saying it was a shame ''
and a disgrace to California where '
much is done for the comfort of the crirn- j
•la.s and nothing for the deserving clas*
" unfortunate women. Tho reports of)
. mitiees were of a mos;
encouraging nature, and the treasure- an
nounced that there was a surplus ol $1017
in ihe treasury after the the expenses oi
ti:e year were met. Ihe following officers
were instated :
President, Mme. Louise Sorbier; vice-presi
denis—Mr.-. Paris Kiiburn, Mrs. Nellie BlesK
ing hy-u-r, Mrs. P. 1). Uale; treasurer, Mrs. 11.
J. Haber: associate directors— Mrs. J. R. Dean,
Mr-. Dr. Cacnot, Mrs. Louis Glass, Mrs. E. K.
Stevt'uot, Mrs. Joser.h Spear; recoruing *ecr«
iary. Mrs. C. F. Kapp; corresponding s-cre
tary, Miss M. li. Sorbier; advisory board— Mr.
r.nd Mrs M. H. de Young. Mr. aid Mrs. S. J.
Hendy. Mayor I'helan, Judire M. Coon> y, Jo
f^eph Spear. Mrs. H. Highton, Mrs. J. H. Ma
honey, Mr<. A. A. Sargent.
At the coi c nsiofl oi the meeting a ma
picul propramroe wa? n ndered and re
freshmenis were ?ervpd.
BENNETT'S CAPTURE.
Policeman < oleniaa Left I »st Night for
Victori i to Identify Him,
The arrest of James G. Bennett, the
would- be murderer and su.cide, in Vic
tor, ii, B. C, on Monday night, has given
the greatest satisfaction at police heaJ
quarters.
The credit of locating Bennett is due to
Policemen 1. B. Gibson and P. Sullivan,
who have b en patiently working on the
case since Bennett's escaj-e from the Re
ceiving Hospital. Tiiey succeeded in
tracing his movements an>t astertained
yestei'l y afternoon that he was living in
the Burns II u-e, Victoria, waiting to de
pp.rt on the earner Topeta in the com
pany of bii brother-in-law, Cieru Dun
netr, the as ;neer.
Chief Lees wired lo Chief Shepard o;
Victoria that Bennett was at liie Burt.s
House and giv.np an accurate description
Ol h:iu. Then came the reply that ha t.ad
been arrested and wouitl appiy lor a writ
01 habeas corpus.
The Utiiel w.n-d to Chiel Khepard to en
ga c an attorney to fight the habeas co:
--pn I'r reeding , and thai he would send
an officer with papers. Officer 1. J.
Coleman, who arrested li Duett, left last
ni<;ht lor Victoria with tue papers and to
identify him.
J ne n°ce<s3rr papers for Bennett's ex
tradition -*i I be sent to Washington a'
urce, and from there they will h ■ for
warded ;•> the Canadian Government at
Ottawa, Out.
A Small 15ut Costly Fire.
At 9 o'clock yesterday morning the three
story brick buiiJin h r No. U55 MirKet street
took fire ironi the crossing of some elecuic
wirts and the fltrnss were not cxtineuis>ne«l
vi. til $15,000 aamatre Had been uone to ihe
builJing «tud contents. The building was the
property oi D. O.ilUls, and the Lower floor
was occupied by J. Clark as a stationery store.
T:je upper floor was used as a billiard tatle
lac i -iy.
JEW 10-D4T.
-• •'■--■
Whether itching, burning, bleeding, scaly,
crusted, pimply, or blotchy, whether simple,
scrofn'ous,or hereditary, from infancy to ape,
speedLy cured by warm baths with Coticura
Soap, .gentle anointings with Cdticuea (oint-
ment), tho great skin enre, and mild doses
of Ccticcra Resolvent, greatest of blood
purifiers and humor cures.
Ie aol4 r. inmshont th« world. Porril D*co ai»d Cb«m.
Coir., I We Propn., Bo«ton.
aar " Uow to Cure Evtry Blood Humor," free.
CflPFi UlilUinDQ F'Hine II»ir md Baby Blein-
■ nVb UUIYIUaO iibw coxed bjr cviicvsx Boat.
WAS IT A
SPANK OR
A SLAP?
The Manager Says One
and Kowalsky the
Other.
IT BEATS STOCKTO.YS STORY.
All Local Stasjedom Is Greatly
Excited Over the Mooted
Question,
GLADYS W.UUS SUES FOR WASKS.
Frawley Will Have to Explain His
Reasons Before a Justice of
the Peace.
Was Gladys W'allis snbjected to the
indignity of a spanking at the bands of
an irate theatrical manager?
That is the question that Is agitating
local staeedom from footlights to back
flies. Timo:hy Daniel Fraw.ey, without
tne slightest attempt at conreaimen;, dis
tinctly states that he did inflict the pun
ishment usually meted out to nauhty
girls to the little actress, because she
slapped his face.
That is one side of the controversy.
But there is ano;her.
Colonel Kowalskv is even more em
phatic in his denial of this statement than
was Frawley in making it. Those who
know the colonel will admit that tie at
tunes can be very emphatic. Lust even
ing was no exception to the rule, and not
withstanding the fact that ine colonel had
just timed with a party of congenial
;riends, his emphasis was very s'rong.
The colonel suggested that his forceful
adjectives and objectionable nouns be
omitted from print, but an interview wish
Colonel Kowalsky wtion he i e in dead
earnest, with the forceful adjectives and
objectionable noans left out, would read
something like tnis :
L ilf ■ •, Itellyou,
Tiie immeaiate and must recent episode
in this great controversy between mana
ger and actres« is a little suit that was
Hied at 5 o'clock last evening in the Jus
tice>' Court by Miss Gl«dys Wallis,
through tier attorney, Colonel Kowaiskv.
azainst Daniel Frawley and Gottlob &
Friedlander for the bum of 111 1 ) for ser
v.ces lor one week.
True, these services were not actually
rendered, but Gladys was reauy an i will
ing to render them, and, according to her
contract, sbe being thus ready and will
To Be Married on Her Parents'
Silver Wedding Anniversary.
The marriage of Miss Martha Ploge
mann, daughter of Mr. and Mr-. Place
mann, 1613 Post street, a:.d William S.
Sbepurd, of llatb, N. V., is announced to
take place on November 14. Hie wedding
will take place at the residencp of the
bride's parent?, and already decorators are
at work preparing the resilience for ihe
event. The bride will be attended by Mi^s
Etta Piagemann and the groomsman will
be William Piugemann. The couple will spend tbe:r .houeymoon at Los Angeles
They will return to .Sun Francisco for a few days and then start for Bath over the
Northern route, spending a few days at Portland visiting friends.
The wedding festivities will serve a double event, for on that day the parents of
the bride will celebrate the twenty -fifth anniversary of their marriage.
THE SAN FHANCISCO CALL, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1897.
ine, w-as entitled to full consideration jus!
as it she had trod the hoards and sfcipped,
jumped, talked an;l sang in her accus
tomed bappv manner. At least so ininks
her attorney and friend, Colonel Kowal
skv.
It might have bef»n the good dinner,
which was still in the digestive stage, or
it ma." have been the opportunity of en
terinp a specific denial to the charge made
by Frawley that caused the colonel to
talk freely. Whatever may have been the
cause, he talked ond never hesitated for a
word in the wL.>ie conversation. It la
true that he complained of t^ie pmcityol
the English language when he attempted
to express ii is opinion of Timothy Djniel
Frawley, and it was on this occasion that
the deletion of ,'orceiul adjectives and ob
jectionable nouns caused the peculiar ap
pearance of the written interview.
' Colonel, did Frawley actually spank
Mi»s WalUs?"
That was a very mild question, but it
raised a storm 10 which a stiff northeaster
is as a gentle zephyr to a Kansas cyclone.
Out of the storm came not only a
sp.'citic denial, but also an allegation re-
Kardini; Frawley's ability to adhere
strictly to the truth, the wording of wnich
will again have to bo le:t to
"He did not spank her. I'll tell you
what he did. He told her oehiud the
scenes that he did not want her to jump
1 round :wid spoil ins play any more. !?..e
■-ail : "Oh, I did not know it was your
play. 1 iho.ighi it was written for Crane.'
He berated her and called her a fnegot,
and she sapped him in the face. What
aid he do? He slapped her face That is
the kin 1 of a man ue Is. .
There were too many forceful adjectives
and obj ctionable nouns in that sen
t nc3.
'•The suit that was brought this even
ins,' said the colonel-, '"was for ihe first
week's services afier her dismissal. They
haw a splendid lawyer and n man who
is never known to try to compromise il he
has any chance of winning, yet they
offered us a compromise yesterday. It
' waa a compromise that we could under no
cinj;ims:aiices accept. They offered to
(five Miss Wallis two weeks' salary il she
would sgn a refraction. In that retrac
tion they wanted her to say ihat the in
sults oi Frawley were simply the insults
that a manager sometimes gives to mem
bers of his company when he desires to
treat them like cattle. Of co'ir-e she
couldn't sign that sort of a retraction.
That was not tlif kind of insults she
complained of. No, sir; she wouldn't
sign such a retraction for twenty weeks'
salary.
"] see The Call had an interview with
Frawley tins morning. I met him on the
street to-day and asked him if he were re
sponsible tor the assertion that he had
spnnkeu Mi-s Waiiis, anil tic said he
wou d not discuss t lie matter with me on
the street. . I would like
to get him in a back rmra somewhere
and if he could unlock ihe door and gei
away after 1 was through with him
I would ba greatly surprised. I
can't conceive ot anything to say about
that man. "
Now there are two widely divergent
statements about that spanking episode,
and Mill the public is left in doubt. The
friends of botfc names to the controversy
w«n» their iieads and tongues and the
strife bids fair to rival, in theatrical cir
cles, Stockton's famous question of "The
Lady or ti.e Tiger?"
W«>o«l«:»rd Wants II i« Money.
Judge Troutt has taken under advisement
the suit of Frank Woodward aeainst Melinda
Woodward, who recently secured a divorce
from iiim. Mr. Woodward complains that hiß
wite di'l not treat him iairly iv the tlivisiOQ
of ihe property. He says he entrusted to her
$13,500, whien she loaned on a innrtgage, the
uiidu!sta:iding being that the mfnev was to
go to him \v h •- 1 1 the !oan was collected. He
shj'l she collected the money and neglected
to keep her contract. Opposing counsel has
takeu ten days iv wnICA to til • brief;-.
Oiinn and Hedpath Set Free.
John F. Olson and L. V. Redpath, charged
I with grand lnreeny, had their trial m Judge
i Wallace's coutt before h jury and a verdict ol
j " oi guilty" was returned, whereupon the
defendants were disch'ireeci from custody.
A PROTEST
AGAINST DYEA
The Alaskan Trade Com
mittee Wishes the New
Port Closed.
Claims That American Mer
chants Cannot Compete With
British Ones,
The Committee Will Start an Active
Canvass of the City This
Morning,
The committee of merchants and man
ufacturers which is seeking to boom rtan j
Francisco as an outfitting point for Alas
kan miners met yesterday afternoon and
discussed the question generally in all its j
different phases. A great deal of enthusi- ;
asm was aroused, the general opinion be
ing that if tne miner wished to outfit in '
America at bll he would come to this city I
to dose — but here is just where the rub ''■
come? in.
While supplies may be purchased just j
ns cheaply in this country as in Canada
the purchaser will be obliged to pay a duty
of 20 per cent to carry them through the <
Briti-h possessions, while on the other !
hand the opening of Dyea and Bkapuay as !
sub-ports of entry will allow him to pur- j
chase them in Victoria and carry them on
to thfl mines duty free. This was con«id- !
ered a very serious matter, an 1 the fcecre- j
tary of the Treasury was roundly scored !
for the patt he had taken. A committee!
was appointed which wili at once confer '
with the authorities at Washington and j
endeavor to have thes* ports closed, as '
they rob the American merchant of much
legitimate protii.
While negotiations on tiiis phase of she \
question are going on other matters will
not be allowed to go asleep. Another
commutes will start out early this mom- j
ing to niMKe an active canvnss of t tie city, j
nnU every prominent business man will j
be reauested to subscribe something to
swell the amount necessary to success
fully carry on the work.
On motion of Thomas J. Parsons the
following resolutions were adopted:
WHEBEi.B, It is apparent that during the i
coining Teur avast number of I'Cople will go ,
from uli parts at the world to AlhsKa and ttie i
Klond goid fields; and whereas, it is ex- I
j ceedingiv important mat Shu Francisco in->r- '
; chants should secure a large portion of the !
traffic that is sure to result; iind whereat.
prompt and vigorous action is necessary;
therefore be it
Resolved, That it is the sense of this meet
ing, composed oi representatives of the B»ard
of Trade, the Merchants' Association, the |
Chamber of <ommerce, transportation com- '
panics, the State Board of Trade, California !
devtl >pment committee and oteier organiza
tions, that immediate steps be taken to adver- I
tise San Francisco as an outfitting point; and
be it
Ketolred, That a bureau of information be
esubii.-hed.
Resolved, That every one having the welfare
of San l-'rancisco at heart, whetner directly
connected with the trade of Alaska or not,
Bhould at this time do all possible to further i
the work of the committee; and be it htill !
further
Resolved, That tha Alaska traa<» committee
be requested to coil upou every business man,
cupiiaiist and property-owner in tht city to
subscribe liberally to the fuud nocessaryfor
that work.
A letter has been sent out to the busi
ness men giving a general history of the
movement since its inception and setting
out distinctly tiie great advantage it will
be to ioc:t! merchants to secure the drift of .
this trade, which will certainly be enor- |
moup, as it computes that nt Jeast 100,000
men wi.l go out in the spring with a full [
equipment, averaging about 40J pounds i
r.er man. The iett' r says:
Other cities are spending many thousands of I
dollars to gel the trade. It is proposed by the I
committee tocstnb.ish an information bureau, ■
from wh:ch inquiries will be answered, and ',
all kinds of literature descriptive of the bene- !
tits to be gained by purchasing outfi s here
will be sent broadcast turoughoui the United
States X.nd fon ign countries.
It will also have on exhibition at its head
quarters samples oi all kindsof articles needed
by those contemplatinsr a northern trip, and
it will be prepared to quote prices, snow how
packing should be done, assist visitors in get
ting what they want and prevent their being
imposed upoj_ * .
HUNTINGTON SAYS "KNOCK IT."
Nothing in the Kuirmr of a New Road
to Kaudiburg.
In regard to the rumor from Los
Angeles, published in yesterday's Call,
that "the Southern Pacific is now figuring
on a road irom Mojave through Randsbur?
to Keeler, the terminusof the
Carson and Colorado narrow gauge," H. E.
NKW TO-DAT
The baking powder
that does the most work
to the cent.
Schillings Best—dX
your grocer's.
HuntinEton. acting head of the Southern
Pacific Company on this coast, said:
"I Know nothing of it. So far we have
not contemplated such a road. As for the
rumor, you can knock it."
1 11 the same dispatch tliere was the sug
gestion, founded on some well-defined
ideas of citizens of Los Angeles, that "the
Santa Fe people are pushing for an entrance
to San Francisco over the San Joaouin Val
ley Railroad instead of over the Southern
Pacitic, for at, present work is progressing
rapidly upon h branch road from Kramer,
on the Santa Fe. to iiandsburii," a distance
of only about 123 miles from B.ikerstield,
witb comparatively easy and inexpensive
grades intervening.
Of this General Sunerintendent Storey of
the Valley road sad yesterday, imme
diately after the directors' meeting: "I no
not know what may be the intention of the
Santa Fe, but I do know that we have
had no conference nor any correspondence
with any of the Snnta Fe neople concern
ing such a union at Bakersiield or at any
oilier point."
BROWN'S BURGLARIES.
A Stranger to the Police Honked on
Three Separate Cliarjjes.
H. J. Brown, a man unknown to the
police till a few days ago. was booked at
the City Prison yesterday by Detectives
Ryan and ODea on three charges of
burglary.
August 22 Brown went into the grocery
of L. Warnke, Railroad avenue and Wil
low street, Alameda, about 9 o'clock in the
morning, presented a pistol at his head
and ordered him to throw up his hands.
Warnke se.zed acan of milk ana threw n
in Brown's face. Brown ran away, but
about ten days later he returned at night
to the store and entered by cutting a hole
through the panel of the door. He stole
ten boxes of cigars, three of which were
found in his room on Minna street.
Oc'OJer 23 Brown broke into the resi
dnnce of R, Meiz^er, wine merchant, 1829
Santa Clara avenue, Alameda, and stole a
quantity of clothing and other articles,
doU of which were recovered in his
room.
The third burglary was in the room of
Walter Ilugan, 122 Turk street, on Octo
ber 2.5, when two suits of clothes and tin
overc >at were stolen, the latter being re
covered by the detectives. A banjo and
other artcles were also found in Brown's
room, evidently the products of other
burglaries.
Some one told the detectives that Brown
had asked him to go to Mendocino County
to roo miner?, and on that theory and a-<
he soiiiewnat resembles ona of the Mendo
cino sia :e-robbers it waa thought he
might be t!ie man. Brown's kmdlady
and her daughter proved a complete
alibi for him. as they told the police Mon
day that Brown had roomea in their
house since August 1, and had never been
away for a day since then.
ANOTHER LARGE FAILURE.
The IHngWy Bill fieta la ltd Fine
Work.
The effects of the Dlngley bill are being felt
by Kuropean manufacturers in a disastrous
manner. That enterprising bill being fell
■an munuf bc Hirers in a disastrous
That enterprising citizen, Char lei
Lyons, the London tailor, has just had con
signed to him, to turn into ready cash, the
stock of an English woolen manufacturer, who
hHs been forced to the wall. These goods con
sist principally of trouserines and a number
of fine Scotch suitings, lie ofleri the trousers
to order at $4 per pair, two pairs for $7 50, the
suitings to be cleared tit $13 50 the suit, ami
are well wortu double the money. The ids
can be .'een at the main store. 721 Market
street, in the Bancroft buildlvg, and as the
sale oi them would interrupt the regular busi
ness this offer can stand for a few days only
till the goods are cleared. • '
(>l<l Olory Absent.
Several war veterans have commented on
the fact that the American flag does not float
from the roof of the Custom-hous -, as is pro
vided by law.
Sectioti 2704 of the Revised Statutes of the
United States and article 120rf of the customs
regulations of 1892 and all oihor and previous
customs regu.atiuns provide that:
The revenue flag of the Inked >tates, consint
ing of »ixte*n perp-ndlcu ur strips of alternate red
aid wbile. wltti a red stripe next to tho flagstuff
and the arms of th<> United states In ii .rk blue on
white field, us the union, also the tl itc of the
UnlieJ states, shall be hoisted over all customs
bulUings during the hours of busiaesi, except in
stormy weather.
E. B. Jerome, clerk No. 1, class 6, said, in ex
planation, that trier* was but one fiagoole on
the Custom-house, and that therefore only
the Custom-house fras could be floated. The
American ring WM floated on the adjoining
building— 'no Appraisers' department— and as
that structure was distant only a few teet
from the Custom-house, that would do as well.
In facr, permission had been given by the
Trensury Department to flaunt the flags sepa
rately.
Hnrvest Festival Bitrbseue.
The citizens of St. Helena, Napa County, are
preparing for a grain! harvost festival and
barbecue in that city on Saturday. November
13, and a general invitation is extended to
ci tizcns in all pans of the Stato to be present
and hive a good tinii; free of cost. Th'eafiMr
is being arranged by tiie biißint'Ss houses as
represented by the R. Helena Board of Trade.
Three brass bands will be iv attendance. Ar
rangemenis have been made with the railroad
so thai visitors may attend at greatly reduced
rales for tne round trip.
Sailor* Get Hotter Board.
Sev^n sailors of the crew of the American
ship John A. B. 'ggs were taken to tiie (Jcunty
Jail yesterday afternoon to be detained as
witnessed H-.'.ainst First .Mate John Johnson of
the ship ior brutality on the high seas.
HIGH SCHOOL
GIRLS UPHELD
The School Directors Take
a Hand in the History
Fight.
Professor Bernard Moses' Opin
ion Asked in an Important
Matter.
The Question of Myers' History of
Greece May Be Acted on This
Evening.
The Board of Education has talten up
the fight cetween the principal and the
pupils oi the Girls' High School and will
call in high authority to pass on the
merits of the two histories over which
tne trouble originally arose.
Principal E.isha Brooks insisted that
the youn? ladies in his school should ob
tain copies of Myers' Histoy of Greece in
a.liliticn to Myers' History of Eastern
Nations and Fisher's Brief History of the
Nations, which they were already study
ing.
Rebellion in the school ensued, tho
pupils insisiiiiß f at the subjects treated
in Myers' History of Greece had been
covered in the other Look-. They were
given the alternative of bnyine the book
or quitting the school, but the matter
came to nothing, because the principal
seemed po.verless to enforce either ttie
edici dism^sing the fciris or the order to
buy the history.
The matter remained in this condition
until yesterday, when E. J. Gallagher,
chairman of the Committee on Secondary
Education, sent tiie following telegram to
Professor Bernard Moses of the University
of California.
Professor Bernard Moses, Berkeley: Would
"Fisher 1 ■ Bnoi History oi me Nations," taught
in the most comprehensive manner, meet the
requirements of ilie University? If not, what
are your recommendations as to what would
constitute a satisfactory ihree-year course in
our lug!, schools? Please answer by first mail.
E. J. Gallagher,
Per s-amuel L. Waller.
An answer is expected in time to Lave
the matter acted upon ai the meeting of
the Board of Education tliis evening.
For a Worthy Cause.
Society belles and beaux are going to pose
for living pictures to help nlong one of the
most worthy local charities, the Men's Home.
The affair is to take place on the evening of
November UO at tiie residence of Mrs. W. S.
Spinney, 104 Hawthorne street. Besides the
tableaux vivauts there are to be lantern slides
of. Yokohama and an excellent musical and
literary programme, for which the very best
local talent has volunteered. The entertain
ment is linger the patronage of Mrs. Hatiie
Robertson, Mrs. Joseph S. Matoon. Mrs. Huie
RKW to-dat:
The only genuine Hunyadi Water.
BEST NATURAL APERIENT WATER
Prescribed ami approved for 3i years by
all the medical authorities for CONSTI-
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NEW TO-DAY— AMUSEMENTS.
RACIM ag^gk: RACING
PiCJFIC COAST JOCKEY CLUB
(INGLESIDE TRACK).
Racine From 3ronday, Noveuibar 1, tt
Saturday, November 13, inclusive.
Fire or More Races Daily, Kain or Slum.
KJKST IiACE AT % P. M.
S. P. It. K. Traius-12:45 and 1:15 P. M.
Daily.
Leave Third-street s'.uiion, stopping at Valencia
street Returning immediately nftct the races.
Electric-Car Linos.
Kearny street and Mitsion sT-et cars every
three minutes, direct to tracic witliout cnan;e.
X N. ANDROUS, President.
F. H. GREEN', Secretary.
RECREATION PARK.
BALTIMORE
vs
ALL AMERICA
STARS OF THE NATION. —
TO-DAY AT 3 P. M. j
SUTRO BATHS.
01*3533Xr iciGrXZTS.
Open Daly from 7 a. x. until 11 r. m.
ADMISSION lOc. CUItDKKX sc.
Bathing, with admission. 25c: culldren. 20a
Bs2=' On and after MONDAY, NOV. 15, the
IS^^ Bathi will close at 6 P. M. during tne
! winter season,
Rlx. Mrs. Waldron S. Spinney and Mrs. Volmer
llotfmeyer. Thedcmand for tickets is already
most gratifying and the indications 'or a sue
cesslul entertainment are most encourugiug.
Supervisors Denied a New Trial.
Judge Wallace yesterdHy entered an order
denying thn motion for a new trial in tho case
of George K. Fitch against th<^ Board of Super
visors. An opinion will be filed hereafter giv
ing reasons for the decision.
NEW TO-DAY.
MORE .LIGHT
T£gzTff
The lamp of learning has shown
us why the teeth need daily care,
and revealed the usefulness of
Sozodont for nearly forty years.
HALL & RUCKEL l
NEW YORK Proprietors LONDON
A sample of Sozodont and Sozoderma Soap ,
for the postage, three cents. I
NEW AMUSEMENTS.
BALDWIN THEATER,
ALIiAYMAN-cfc Co. (Incorporated) .Proprlasoci
TO-NIGHT ANI> ALL THI9 WEEK,
INCLUDING SUNDAY.
LOST, j —
STRAYED ! BRILLIANT j
OR STOLEN L.f^ s !!.j
EXTRA I
IT HAPPENS NEXT WEEK!
Klaw & Erlanger's Joyous Picture of Life,
1.-GAY/KEWTyIR!
SEATS READY TO-MORROW MORNING.
CALIFORNIA THEATER.
At. Haymax <fc Co. (Incorporated) Lessaei
ITALIAN GRAND OPERA CO.
TO-NIGHT "LA BOHBKE."
Ihuisiiay. 'FAVORITA"; Friday, "RIOO-
LETi'u": sat. Miitlnee, "LUCIA di I.aMMKj;-
MOOR": Saturday Kveninir. "MASKtII BALL."
PRICES— SOc. 75c. *l, 81.50.
Punday night— Grand J'oimlar Lyric and Orcheg-
tral Concert by the ITALIAN Ui'iiiu CO.— 2Sc,
60c and 75a
Next week— "Traviata," "Otello," "Boheme," etc
Slatinee To-Day (Wednesday), Nov. 10.
Parquet, any seat, '25c; Bal'ony, iOc ; Chil-
dren, 10c, any part
OLGA REGINA, Countess yon Hatzfeldt;
LKOJPOLDINK, the European sensation: COOK
V- <•■ '.\T(>N, Shoot siars; W. J. ALFXAN-
DER, Eell Vinnnso; a. O, DUKCAN. VenirUo-
quist; A. L. STEELK, I»oub;e Cornet Virtuoso;
KOY <fc d-A RK, Comedians: PAKHELL <fc KAK-
RELL; ORBA>ANV'S Cockatoos; the AMERI-
CAS BIOOItAPH.
TIVOLI OPERA-HOUSE
Mrs. Eesesti.\isKbelix(l, Proprietor .tili»uai{<»f
TBIS EVIiNINO AT S,
THE MERRY TRIUMPH!
The Charming Japanese Mu-ical Comedy,
"THE GEISHA!"
The Most Perfect Production of the Year.
POPULAR PRICES 25c and 50c.
NEXT MONDAY EVENING,
Thirtieth Performance.
SPECIAL NIGHT.
COLUMBIA THEATER.
Frledlander, Gottlob & Co. Les«»es and Manager*
Only This "Week, Remember.
TME (iKEAT HER ANN'S,
IiEON — an.l a hki.aldk.
MAGIC MIKTM MYSTKRY
Beatitiful New spectacnhir Dancrs. A Host of
Novelties. Compl ' ti ,c of Pioi;.nnimP.
NEXT MONDAY....". >.iL'> KKSTUCKY!"
>eats on Sale To-Morrow.
Don't Wait For the Kush.
A I PA7AR I'rbp BELASoa ..Manajac
nLUH^A n Phone. Main 254.
To-Nisrht and Kntire Week.
MaTIXKK SATURDAY ONLY.
The Play Tlmt Made
MRS. LESLIE CAUTEII FAMOUS.
THE UGLY DUCKLING !
Orchestra Seats 50c
I)res« Circle sOc aud 35c
Kal«'ony 35c, 25c, Isc
!
MOROSCO'S GRAND OPERA-HOUSE.
VVALTKK MOBOSCO. . .>ole Lessee and Munagsr
The imminent Kastern Actor,
"WIVT. H. FASOOH
In the tireat bcenic l>rauia,
••THE LOST PARADISE."
Huge Iron and steel Works in Operation.
Go.'d Comedy and a Strong Cast.
Evening I'rtce3— loc, 25c and 50c.
M«t«n««H Kvery XH'Uniiir mi».l -iinrlnr.
METROPOLITAN TEMPLE.
CAL. MUSIC FESTIVAL ASSN. CONCERTS.
THI- DAY (Wednesday), Nov. O.
MATINEE 3 P. M -KTKHINO s P. SI.
Grand Miscellaneous Programmes.
&OLOIBTS— MMK. (JKM'.VRA JOIINSTONE
MSIIOP, MRS. GKItTRUDE CO BY, MH.
IIAKKY J. FELLOWS. MR. KHYS
TH"MA-S MR. ALOYS WERNER.
FKSIIVAL CUORL-S— •'HALLELUJAH."
Tlclcets— Keserved, $1, 75c, 50c, at therman «fe
Clay's.
METROPOLITAN TEMPLE.
SUNDAY. NOV. 14, 2:30 P. M.
GIASD SU'KED ORCHESTRAL COVERT
c A SELECTED MUSICIANS, Cry
«Jv' Under the direction of *J\J
FRITZ SCH£EIj,
tor the 8.-uttii of th>
Habneniann Hospital Buildin<r Fand.
ADMISSION— ONE D LLAK.
Seat.4 o r i sale at Sherman, Clay * Co.'s Nov. 11,
Vj a d 13, aud ai Metiopolitaa T«inp:e oa sun-
day. Nov. 14.
METROPOLITAN TEMPLE.
MONDAY AFTERNOON, Nov. 15. at 2:30
MB. ALBERT MAHKs takes pleasure in
announcing tli.it he lias secured
MR. fiNJ MRS. GEORB HENSCHEL
For Their
LAST in nuMUMTiuiMii
Prior to their departure for the East.
Reserved Scat* ... and 73c.
.'. il in is si <n: sOc.
Seats on sale at ih- >ai >ran> isco Music Co.,
. tutt«>r »t , beKhmliiK '10-MOKROW (Thurs-
day) MUKSIXG, Nov. 11. at 9 o'ciocK.
LhlcHerini? Piano u-.fd at a 1 Henschel coDcerts,
Beuj. Curiaz <fc Sons, agent* _^
OBERON.
GRAND CONCERT EVKRY XVKMNO BY
STARR . VIEWA ORCHESTRA!
THE CHUTES AND FREE THEATER
Kverv Afternoon and Kvening.
16th WKEK-AlHilK AND HEX LIONS.
Mulllu Sisters! The Martalles !
-■: ;; Chut coscope, Kto.
Admission to all luc, Childreu 50.
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