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Daughters of Liberty.
The baby show held by California Coun cil No. 1 of the Daughters of Liberty In Laurel Hall of tho Shiels building on tho night of the 23d ult. was a very amusing function. It attracted a large number of the friends of the council, who were anxious to see the little darlings who ranged from 16 to 60 years In age' There were all kinds of babies, handsome and otherwise, but the most remarkable fact In connection with the exhibit was mv *. l L. '"¦ ero extremely good natured. Th© babies helped to entertain the visitors and there was a "bill of amusement" that was decidedly entertaining. The en tertainment closed with dancinsr. WHAT WILLIAM SAID. STETTIN, Sept. 8.— The text of Em peror William's speech yesterday in reply- Ing to the Burgomaster's address of wel come gives the concluding passage as fol lows: "I have no anxiety whatever for. the future, for God is with us and he will help us through." MARINES WITHDRAWN. BERLIN. Sept. 8.— A dispatch from Amoy under date of Thursday, September 6, received here to-day, announced that all the foreign marines landed there "and at KTulangfu had been withdrawn. Emmanuel Baptist, Bartlett street, near Twenty-third— R.ev. J. Georgp Gibson. Flirt Baptist, Ed«1y street, betwppn Leaven worth ar.d Jones— Kev. E. A. Woods. St. Mary'*. Van Ness avenue and O'Farrell etreet— The Moit Rev. Archbishop Riordan. St. Francis', corner Vallejo street and Mont gomfry avenue — Rev. Father Caraher. Et. JgTiatius". Hayes street, between Van tteu avenue and Franklin street— Jesuit ]"a there. Third ConpreKatlonal. Fifteenth street, near MiJVloo— Re\'. William Rader. First Congregational, corner Post and Ma pon streets— Rev. George C. Adams. Olivet Congregational, ' Seventeenth and Noe streets— Kev. H. T. Shcpard. Richmond Congregational, corner Seventh avenue and Clement street — Rev. Philip Coombe. California Street M. E., corner California and Krodcrick streets — Rev. A. C. Bane. Potrero M." E., Tennersee street, near So lano—Rev. S. M. WooiiwarJ. First Christian. Twelfth street, between > Howard and Mission— Rev. F. S. Ford. Epworth M. E., corner Church and Twenty gixth streets— Rev. W. M. Woodward. Trinity Methodist Episcopal, corner Mar ket, Sixteenth and Noe streets— Itev. Theo. H. Woodward. Central M. E.. Mission street, between Sixth and Seventh— Rev. S. D. Ilutsinpiller. Fifteenth Avenue M. E.. Soufh San Fran cisco — Rev. Arthur Anderson. Howard Street M. 1-1, Howard street, be tween Second and Third— Hew John A. B. Wilson. First M. E.. Powell Ftreet. near WashlEE ton—Rev. W- S. Urmy. Grace M. E.. corner Capp and Twenty-first streets— Rev. J. X. Beard. St. l>uke p s. Van Ness avenue and Clay street. ¦ . . Simpson Memorial, corner Hayes and Bu charjn Rtreets— tttev. John Stephens. Westminster Presbyterian, corner Page and Webster streets— Kev. Eugene H. Avery. Calvary Presbyterian, corner Geary and Powell Ftreets— Rev. John Hemphlll. ¦ First Presbyterian, corner Van Ness avenue and Sacramento street— Rev. R. Mackenzie. • Fmnklln Street Presbyterian, corner Frank > Iln ar.d Vallejo streets. • First Church of Christ, Scientist, 223 Sut ter street, between ¦ Kearny street and > Grant avemie-^The Bible and Science and • Health, With Key to the Scriptures. • Flret Unitarian, southwest corner Geary and Franklin streets— Rev. Bradford Leavitt. > A. M. E. Zlon, 803 Stockton street— Rev. T. » Brown. Morning— --.vot to Destroy, But to Fulfill." Kvening-Address by Rev. Mr. Wynd of Morning— R«*v. Father Prendenrsst. V. G will preach at the U iVcloek mass. Even! ing— new Charles Itamm will preach in the evening. Mornlng r riR-. Father Caraher will preach at 11 o .-lock mass. Evening— Vespers. Mornlng-Prparhlng at the 10:30 mass by »ev. I-ather Forhan. Evenin*— Rev Father Sasla will deliver the discourse. *f JS'HSfJC -Th« Unity of the Faith. Especial- K ' n 1 ,9 allfornla - Evening— "The state of California. Morningr-"The Unity of the Faith. Especial ly in California." Evening— "The Inherit ance of the Xatlve Sons." ¦' Morning-Sermon by the pastor. Evening— Special servles. Morning— "Fortitude aa an Acquisition." Evenlns-'-Callfornla-B Jubilee." Morning— "Practical Christianity Demand ed. 1 1 Evening— "Ancient and Modern Lep- Morning-Preaching. Evening-Same. Morning— "The Blessedness ot Believers " nvenlnc-"A<lmisslon." -"eiie\er 8 . Mornlng-"pplrltual Vision." Evenlng-"Our Needs and Their Supply." Morning— Freaching. Evening— Same. Mornlnsr— "One of Life's Tragedies." Even inK A Itl" .? oble Soul Amld Enemies and Op- Mornlng— Preaching. Evening— Same / Morning— Frenching. Evening— Same, Morning— nev. L. W. Simmons will preach Evening— Preaching by Rev. Frank Jackl ¦ con. Morning— Preaching. Evening— Same. Morning-Preaching by the pastor. -Even- MornlnK— "Behold the Man." Evenlne— "California and Callfornlans." Morning— "The Wonderful Half Centurv Evenin C -"What Is Profanity?" v ' eluury - Morning— Preaching by the pastor. Even in*; — name. Morning— Preaching by the pastor. Even "fach""' W11 " am Kirk Gutherie will Morning— Preaching by the pastor. Even lny — Same. Mornine— "Matter." MorninK— "Intellectual Uncertainty. • Or Do \\ e Know aa Much as We Used To." Evening— No services. Mornlni;— "Christ, the True Ldeht of tho World. Evening— "The Resurrection." SERVICES THIS DAY AT THE CHURCHES Poison From Pineapples. The Juice of the green and growing pineapple is accredited in Java, the Phil ippines and throughout the Far East gen erally with being a blood poison of a most deadly nature. It is said to be the sub stance with which the Malays poison their kreeses and daggers, and also the "fin gernail" poison formerly in use among aborigine Javanese women almost univer sally. These women cultivated a nail on each hand to a long, sharp point, and the least scratch from one of these was cer tain death. A Bachelor's Comment. "A rich -woman -who -was saved by a Chlcag-o man from drowning many years ago has just died a natural death, leav ing him $1200." "Well, let's be charitable. Tho amount Isn't very large. It is trae, but most women who are saved that way get mar ried to their rescuers."— Chicago Times- Herald. . . Dr. C. C. O'Donnell, the independent candidate for Congress in the Fourth Con gressional District, spoke to an immense crowd Friday night on the corner of Market and Stockton streets. He had the support of every person within reach of his voice that night, as he talked facts. There Is no doubt of his election. • PRISON DIRECTORS MEET. Credits Restored to John McCarthy, "Who Invented Valuable Machinery. Special Dispatch to The Call. SAN QUENTIN. Sept. 8.— The State Board of Prison Directors met here this morning and awarded contracts for raw jute to run the mill for the following year. Newhall & Co. of San Francisco received a contract to furnish 1500 bales by steamer shipment and a contraat for 7000 bales at $3 27U per hundred was awarded to Ralll Brothers of Calcutta, the shipment to be made by sailing vessels. A year's credits were restored to John McCarthy, who is serving a sentence for robbery committed In Los Angeles. Since his Imprisonment McCarthy has invented a valuable piece of machinery for the jute-mtll whereby a savins: of JlQn per month is effected for the State. "Warden Aguirre's report was read and the affairs of the prison were found to be In a flour ishing condition. CopyrlpM. 1900, by AssiSrtated Frexs SHANGHAI. Friday, Sept. 7.— Ten American missionaries and three Ameri can children, two Danish missionaries and one British missionary stationed in Shensi province were murdered late In July, ac cording to accurate reports received to day. They were: Stationed at Tcnchow-Fu — Rev. and Mrs. C. "W. Price. Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Atwater. all of the American board. One rhild of Mr. and Mrs. Price and Mr. and Mrs. Atwater's two children; Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Lundgren, Danes, and Miss Eldridge, British. Stationed at Taku— Rev. and Mrs. D. H. Clapp, Rev. G. L. Williams. Rev. F. W*. Davis. Miss Rowena Bird and Miss Mary L. Partridge, all of the American board. The Tenehow-Fu party left the station under a Chinese escort for^he coast and were murdered en route. The Taiku party were killed at that station. CHICAGO. Sept. S.-The Miss Bird men tioned in the dispatch is Miss Rowena Bird, sister of A. C. Bird, third vice presi dent of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. She was about 30 years of age. Her home was at Greentield, Wls., but she had been In China seven years, having become a missionary upon her graduation from Oberlin. She was sta tioned in Shensl province. VON KETTELER WAS KILLED INSTANTLY BERLIN. Sept. 8. — A dispatch from Shanghai dated Friday, September 7, says: "The staff surgeon of the German Legation announces that an examination shows the cause of Baron von Ketteler's death to have been a bullet through the neck which must have , been instan taneously fatal. At the funeral Minister Conger made a stirring speech to the dip lomatic body. All the foreign detach ments were present." "WXLL PROMOTE DAGGETT. WASHINGTON, Sept. 8.— It Is believed that the President will accept the recom mendation of General Chaffee and pro mote Colonel Aaron S. Daggrett of the Fourteenth Infantry to the vacant briga dier generalship which will follow from the retirement next Monday of General Joseph Wheeler. If this Is done*. General Chaffee will be only temporarily set back in his own advancement to the brigadier generalship. Colonel 'Daggett having un dertaken to retire and thus create another vacancy upon his promotion. JAPAN'S ACCEPTANCE EXPECTED ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 8.— It Is be lieved In well Informed circles that the adherence of the United States and France to Russia's proposal to withdraw the troops of the powers from Peking may now be relied upon. Japan's accept ance is also expected. Ration they were Any one of them would have been a netting advertisement for pome brand of baby food and all bore tes timony to the excellence of California pro ducts in the baby line as in others Mrs. K. R. Hamilton. Mrs. Carl Reuter and Mrs. M. R. Beard acted as judges and they had a hard time naming the winner, for each pair of baby eyes seemed to ap peal to special favor. Among the boys ¦William Tevis Stell was one of the win ners. William Is twenty months old and Is plump and happy. MISSIONARIES MURDERED IN SHENSI PROVINCE "WILLIAM TKVIS STOLL, "WHO TOOK A PRIZE AT THE BABY SHOW AT SACRAMENTO. Special Dispatch to Call. SAN RAFAEL. Sept. S.— The Democratic County Convention convened here to-day and nominated a ticket. For Supervisor, District No. 2, Frank Murray: No. 3, C. J. Dowd. and No. 4, George Dillon Sr. The honor of receiving the nomination for the Assembly ¦was regarded as a gold brick. J. W. Cochrane nominated Robert Cot tingham, but Mr. Cottlngham had no use for the package and declined. J. W. Keyes, the silver-tongued. In vain opened the Hood gates of his eloquence in an ef fort to gr-t Air. Cottinsrham to accept the honor. Several prominent Democrats were tendered the nomination, but de clined as thought it was Bomethlng too warm to be handled. The County Central Committee will endeavor to find a man who will accept the honor. The conven tion indorsed [he State and national plat forms. Towne Speaks on Silver. BOISE, Idaho. Sept. 8.— Charles A. Towne spoke here this evening. One- Special Dispatch to The Call. BAKERSFIELD. Sept. S.-Hon. R. C. Dale of Bakerslield, for Assemblyman; Is'. J. McCormick of Randsburg, Super visor First District; N. W. Tausig of Miramonte, Supervisor Third District; G. J. Plane of Bakerslield, Supervisor Fifth District. The foregoing were the nomi nees put forward to-day by the Republi can County Convention, composed of. ninety-nine delegates. There was a sharp contest for each of the positions, the closest and most heated being for the place of Assemblyman be tween Hon. R. C. Dale, present Assem blyman, and Supervisor C. J. E. Taylor. Dale won by barely one vo,te. The first ballot stood Dale 47 and Taylor 48. There being two ballots unintelligible a second ballot was taken, with the foregoing re sult. It was currently talked and be lieved here .by many that Colonel Dan Burns' fine Italian had figured in the convention to defeat Dale for fidelity to the wishes of his constituents In voting against the colonel for United States Sen ator. Dale was firmly "fornlnst" the push at Sacramento, and with all their fine .work they failed to pull him over for Burns. In consequence of his firm stand in this he has been dubbed by his friends "Hon »*<?t Bob Dale." Taylor, it is believed, was "in the hands of his friends" and did not know how they were using him to knock cut Dale. At any rate Dale's friends believe they have gained a great victory over the Burnr, push. In the First District there was a hot three-cornered fight between McCormick, Chris Worth and John Nell. It was horse and horse for several bal lots, when finally Worth threw his vote to McCormick, who was winner. G. J. Plane, nominee in the Fifth District, is one of the principal employes of the tvern County Land Company, as well as his Democratic opponent, H. A. Jastro. SONOMA COUNTY REPUBLICANS MEET Special Dispatch to The Call SANTA ROSA, Sept. 8.— The Republican County Convention met here to-day in Ar mory Hall to nominate three Supervisors and two Assemblymen. The body was called to order by L. V. Hitchcock, chair man of the County Central Committee. Lyman Green of Petaluma was elected chairman of the convention and J. E. Olmsted, editor of the Petaluma Argus, was chosen secretary, with Editor F. W. Cook of the Healdsburg Tribune, as as sistant. Addresses were made by Judson Brusie of Sacramento, Congressman Ba.rh.am, Frank L. Coombs, Republican nominee for Congress, and others. H. N. N. Latimer of Windsor was nominated for the As sembly in the Seventeenth District. F. A. Cromwell of Petaluma was the choice in the Sixteenth Assembly District. For Supervisors T. C. Putnam, II. W. Austin and AV. F. Graham were the choice of the convention in the Frst, Third and Fifth districts, respectively. NOMINATION GOES A-BEGGING IN MARIN "Honest Bob" Dale Is Again Nominated for the Assembly. Hot Contest at the County Conven tion Ends in Victory for the Man Who Stood Out Against the Colonel. REBUKE TO THE BURKS GANG AT BAKERSFIELD Special Dispatch to The Call. SACRAMENTO, Sept. S.— One of the most attractive leaturcs of the State Fair was the baby show given this weeK at the pavilion. There were exactly eighty-one youngsters in the lot and a merry aggre- _ — <j> Eighty-One Laughing Youngsters Excite the Admiration of the Throng of Visitors at the Pavilion. PRETTY BABIES AT SACRAMENTO SHOW CHICKEN COSTS TWO HUMAN LIVES SEATTLE, Sept 8.— Ulyssea Kel ley, aged eight years, and George Oglesby were killed by firedamp in an abandoned shaft at Newcastle yesterday. The former descended into the hole to look for a chicken which he had thrown therein, and was .fol lowed by Oglesby. Both were overcome by the vapor and fell to the bottom of the shaft. in 1S90, an Increase ot 44,041, or 94.35 per cent. Census Returns Show That the Me tropolis of the Northwest Has Almost Doubled in. Size. WASHINGTON, Sept. S.— The Census Bureau announces th.it the population of Portland. Or., la 00.426, as against 48.385 Special Dispatch tr> The Call. WOODLAND, Sept. I—At a meeting of the Democratic County Central Commit tee held this afternoon the date for the prin-.aries was fixed for Saturday. Sep tember 29. The convention will be hold Wednesday, Octobfr 3. The convention will name a candidate for the Assembly and three Supervisorial districts. BIG INCREASE IN PORTLAND'S POPULATION SALT LAKE, Utah, Sept. 8.— Mrs. J. Ellen Foster of Wasnington, D. C, ar rived in the city to-day. The lady said she was in Utah at the request and un der the direction »f the Republican Na tlonr.l Committee. "I have been given." said she, "the States of Kansas. Colorado, Utah, Idaho ard South Dakota, which I will stump for MrKinley. 1 feel ihat in Utah there Is a battle, but It was for that purpose I was sent West." DEMOCRATS OF YOLO COUNTY IN SESSION DISASTROUS FIRE AT SUTTER CREEK Special Dispatch to Th« Call. SUTTER CREEK, Sept. 8.-A dis astrous fire, which has wiped out about $30,000 of property on Main street, occurred last night at 11:43. The cause Is unknown. The Sutter Hotel, with nearly all its furniture. was burned down. The Vlclni block and L/. Katz's residence. Including two barns, also went down. The hotel was insured for $7000. The other Insurance Is not known. It - was the closest call the town has had for many years. The Jackson Fire Department came to the assistance and did noble work. third of his address was devoted to free coinage, the speaker making the declara tion that the silver Issue was not dead. Jefferson and Lincoln, he said, really be longed to the same party. Every great emergency, when the nation -was threat ened with imperialism brought forth a leader to save It. At this time Bryan was such a leader. This was the greatest cam paign, said the speaker, that the country had ever witnessed. MRS. J. ELLEN FOSTER TO STUMP WESTERN STATES THE SAN FRANCISCO CAI/L, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1900. 24 A canal connecting the Moditenratiean with the Red Sea existed as early as 600 years before the Christian era, Its length was ninety-two miles. 4 ; | "£* Our strenuous efforts have been amply rewarded by our procuring the hand- somest and choicest line of European and domestic creations ever exhibited in 4^ this city. The most elaborate and correct styles in SILKS, DHESS GOODS, £5. j? TRIMMINGS, NECKWEAR, SILK, and FLANNEL WAISTS, etc., in vogue this g, £ season are now on exhibition. An early inspection of same is earnestly requested. * ON TUESDAY, SEPT. II, COMMENCES AN EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF % Ladies' Silk Silk Coif Flannel Neckwear *i jb Suits Waists Petticoats Skirts Waists and Cloves & *^ :i A V\*e nstfrt -with a.<=>=ur;irice that SUCH MARVIXOTJS values have never been offered, and we Intend that thla j& "*•' pale will eclipse all our prevloua efforts in these departments. £ TAILOR-MADE SUITS $3.95 HEMSTITCHED AND TUCKED I f SI2.50 Esch. Good Value SI8. FOR A S6.00 SILK WAIST, TAFFETA WAIST $4.85 % *^ Th«» VICTORIA SUIT, of Tine A won<^rful and most attractive REGULAR VALUE $7.00. *• Jfc Pcotch Uomespun, In Oxford Gray, lookin? Waist; marie of fine quality This waist has been pronounced by vi & R!ue ard Brown: fly-front style, out in t.ifTeta, tucked all over front, back and shrewdest shoppers the best waist ob- i2L JS* th«» latest fashion; the jacket finely all nvor sleeves, finished with an extra talnable for the price; made in the *^ tailored an'l ftitched, lln^d with poocl ecalloppd hand !n front and neatly latest fashion of tucks and hemstitch- £* £l ouallty taflota si!k: skirt the latest trimmed with white pearl buttons: an Ing; guaranteed to fit perfectly; In all *^ Raring chape percallneMned CIO Cfl elepantly fitting Waist, In fashionable the new colorings. Including Q A QC £S» J&. md velvet bound; all sizes; \\/ l\l\ colors of Cardinal. Cerise. Turquoise. White and Black; sizes 32 to tRM-.Qn "*•* txccptlor.aJ value suit v luv Old Rose, Lavender, Purple. Bluet, 44. Your choice each i2^ JEi new Blue, White and Black; «*O flE 1 — LADIES' NECKWEAR. * £ CO OO tOD 1 GC en WIAIPT • ' The new creations will all be visible x£» 4+ 5^i30 Tun A S5.50 Y/AISTi here on Tuesday. One specially Sf -^ **..»» i«ii«wu,uu t.nioi, C^IRTQ All THF RARF attractive lot goes on sale at a price A J& The greatest Silk Waist bargain lm- UULr OMulO — MLL InC llMUU i owe r than the cost of the material Zi «f^ b !»> 1 fr, yOU «^ T l Ol^ ntt ? bedii! / : Walking rnd Golf Skirts, made of alone. * Sg^SiSS^SS $!,50 JABOTS FOR $1.00 EACH £l mid Klepvcp. fit perfectly, in colors of *^.J 0 .*' -?L* h^L 011 bottom, , ars pd d wHh libmy s u k trimmings. *? cm Rose. Cardinal. Lavender. Purple, marked to se.l for this week larpe d fl , n , n a]1 the pretty co^, r . Jgi. TurquoiM. mow Blur. C.-ri.-=o. Aft HO V3 OQ CA 7R \h QR in^ s anA ack : B ¦ <?OOf ' value Qt (] ~ White and Black. In sizes 22 \J Jj(j 00 cO CH-. I J QJiOJ at jj.50. On special sale at A|,UU A to 4'. a rare harpain....eacli V*«'v»w VCcnh t3 M Worth J6.50 "Worth $8.50 each J_ I i ENORMOUS SALE. OF BLACK'SILKS I t JBJEaiNS TUESDAY, SHFTEMHER It. < | One of our FAMOUS SALES OF BLACK SILKS will be inaugurated, commencing TUESDAY. Sep- - frnhir 31. Those who are familiar with our recent series of extraordinary SILK SALES will appreciate vj* »I this exceptional announcement. It involves a p.itlierinK of over lo.OOd yards high Krade Black Stlk=: that ~? -£* wpre nianuX.ictured for this h«iso'h and which we secured far l>elow the present cost of raw silk. EVJvRY T2* rr PIECE i** absolutely without a ilaw and of the very first quality, and this you will fully appreciate when •? you see them. ¦»!$* 'h BLACK PEAU DE SOIE. | BLACK SATIN DUCHESSE. BLACK TAFFETAS. f •^ |% g% YARD—20-Inch niaokiftp YARD— 10-inch Black f -O YARD— 19-inch Black ** Ulift Peau de Sni<> ' fl "'il^rior j L g% ft Satin Duohes?e, all silk, U f A Taffeta Silk, a soft and 'V till* Quality of a brilliant fin-; 11,26. fast black dye. a heavy I B 1 very lustrous silk, just *^ r- UUU> i?h. wear guaranteed: tpr- W W VI crade. sells regularly at W I v the kind used bo much for .« ¦^gr ular valup fl.25 yard. Sale price... J Sac. Sale price <>r»f Yard lininss. good value at TSe. Sale *y ". .SOe Yard- T , T T~77 , . „ , , I P rIce ,">Tc Yard g/v, -gr . ' "W YARD-21-inch Black: t 2i I! "OPi YARD-27-inch Black / /ft Satin Duchesse. a quality I (\ A YARD— 27-lnch Black «£•: / 1% fS Taffeta Silk, a fine rus- I I |, so much used for skirts, 13 1! ft Dress Taffeta, a maernifl- if •^ ff .it. tlinsr fjuality, brilliant! ¦ ¦ U waists and fine dress lin- \ t\ *i 8. cent quality of a brilliant ¦^S- t «'¦> black; regular value : lr.pr. cannot be duplicated under | WU luster, excellent value at IT J: (LOO. Sale price 7.1c Yard ' J1.00. Sale price 77c Yard 51.10. Sale price SOe Yard f£* | , : ; ! _| '£ NEW FALL DRESS GOODS. LADIES' SILK PETTICOATS $ It's easy to make a selection here of a new and pretty <SQ QGE CA O>kJ •*• *-, fall dres*. Our assortments are varied ar.d prices guar- CAvdIi *JT i& ar.teed the loweit. Unnuestionnbly the greatest value In town. A mo=t £L ~Z* EXTRA SPEGSAL Fuperior quality Taffeta Silk upc<1 for them. Made with ;; *->^ ¦ rS** OrC»/IAU OMViElSUO. an accordion-plaited graduated flounce, trimmed with a *?• "^ UDMPQPIIM Tno >' arp inches wide, strict- dainty ruche on bottom of flounce: in choice CCi HC *: nUlTlLOrUlJ OUUlllUJ |y all wool. In fashionable <^l n rs of royal blue, Cyrano, cardinal, purple \(S Mfl £. *& Rflf» WotA ¦ Fhades of brown, garnet, tan and black; worth Jll. 50. On sale at Each VWlUU •; ?»«J' J lalUi castor and three shades of £5» pray. Great value at SOcTard NOVELTY HOSIERY 5OC PAIR * IMPORTED VENETIANS BS^|SJ?S*?Sa Co - and « b "«'"'^" s t "fw noi" * ?7 fjfi $,\\\\ smooth, like satin, a beautl- that w<5rc , received the past week. We will display ail *§• Of *-'U «-Ur.« ful fabric. 52 inches wide, in those in vopue just now, like polka riots, lover's knots. •- protty shades of garnet. bro*n. oastor. gray, navy, new checks, stripes and fieur de Us. in colors of new blue' -J* blue, reseda, e-reen, purple and black. navy, hello, tan. purple, black and white. ' £L f FflR THF^11 AY >2^c flannels i^^^^M^^^B^^Mm J^ » - . — — —^.— __^_^_^__ LADIES' COUNTRY ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. ~ ' A ** PIQUE GLOVES _^^ FRENCH FLANNELS |. C as ' '¦ yj «• 'JTmu^£>^$9 Rj?J^^*^^ '^ f> la ff° now for '* ZZ i, ci on n • " I^tlios 1 Shirt Waists. ujL ~jf: i\\ c'iUU 2 rcil- in ¦Tjgyy'''"' 1 f » — Come and see them. -» ADVEBTISEMENTS. ADVEBTISEMENTS. Injuries Prove Fatal. FAN JOSK, Sept. S.— Miss Joanna Scott fii^d at I>ns Gates to-day from Injuries r*-oel\-fd on Friday. She was ridiriK a whetl anil collided with a hungry, sustain- inp a fracture «f the skuil. She was 20 years of a?e and a native of Scotland. j Buy Union Shoes j | Made in California. 1 J Xatlvp Bins ar.d Pauphtrm ar.<l every one Interested in our Kiat*- should l)<-lp cur wiR»-wprk('ni by calling fc>r I'nlnn-madf Shoes. The £leb<? Slio» <^o. an'l <i. M. Kutz & Co.'ar*- the only unkm fihops in ihiK city manufacturir.s ladies' Miors. Their istyl#>s arp the lat- est auii retail twin ?2,OO to $5.OO. You help ynursflf Trhen you buy Cali- fornia T"nton-mii<le t-horr. Yr>u keep Btooey !n circulation here that o'her- »iw would KO EiFt. Vou h»!p develop our lnfJiiKtrien »n<l Klve employment to our m<Ti nnd women. You get better « rarlnp ph"*s and th<» prices are with- in the reach of all-?'i.OO to ?5.<>O. J'or scJe by I B. KATCHINSKI, 8 PHILADELPHIA SHOE CO. >;• J0 Third St.. San Francisco. it fiol« Agftiti for Gloria ft 60 Shoes <> for Laflics.' *j' Official propramme of celebration i<| tiven away free. The Wonderful Vitalizing Electric Currents Which Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt Sends Leaping Over the Nerves, Carrying Joy and Gladness to the Heart, Saturating the Body With the Fire of Youth, Makes Old Men Young and Young Men Vigorous. ITS CURES ARE HEARD OF EVERYWHERE- y^g^^^W' THE LINK JH^J BINDS" /^||||p}&\ ¦Jv : Men, why will you be weak? 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Better Than All the Medicine in the World- •The nervous weakness I complained of th* last tlx or seven "Tour Belt has done wonders for me. every slim of my trouble months has entirely gone. Tour Belt cured me In two months. The has gone It has saved me from a treat d<*al of suffering aa^ Belt has also done wonders for my son, who had a bad case of I believe la better than all the medicine In the world. You can rheumatism. Since my cure I have praised your Belt, and will con- refer any one you wish to me and will be more than pleased to tlnue. to dp so «« • • H * W - YOUNG. speak a good word for the Belt. GEO. G. BALDWIN."" Port Harford. Cal., 1900. White Rock, Her. Are Yon Weak? Act. To*Day. Call or Send for My Book— Free. t Do you suffer from Varicocele or' any wasting disease, from Kidney or organic troubles. Rheumaiism. Lame Back, Lumbago, bciatica? Do you feel tired and lazy when vou ought to be bright and full of life? All these signs can be cured by mv famous ELECTRIC BELT. 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