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Marcus P. Wiggin's Funeral.
The remains of the late Marcus P. Wig gin will be' interred to-morrow. The fu neral services will be under the auspices of the Press Club and will be held at Por ter & White's parlors, 122 Eddy street at 1:30 p. m. " ' '. Professor Jordan Lectures. Professor David Starr Jordan lectured last night on "The Strength of Being Clean." at the seventh anniversary exer cises of the Pacific Society for the Pre vention of Cruelty^ to Children and Ani mals and the Suppression "of Vice. George D. .• Shadburne of the society made a few remarks and Karl Krone, Master Clarence Krone, Miss Eva Heesraard. Miss Anna Rooney. Miss Car rie Purcell and the Iolanthe Musical Club under the leadership of Professor Joseph F. Moore, assisted in making the enter tainment a pleasant one. GENERAL AGRAMONTE SURRENDERS HIMSELF Presents Himself in Court to Answer Chretien's Charge and Is Re . leased on Bail. ; . General C. H. M. y Agramonte. accom panied by his attorney, ex -Judge Pierce, walked Into Judge Cabaniss" courtroom yesterday morning and Attorney Pierce announced that the general had called to surrender himself on the charge of em bezzlement preferred against him by John M. Chretien. "The general had been here for a month prior to August 22, when the warrant was issued,", said Attorney Pierce, "and no steps were taken to arrest him till he had left the city on his way to his home in the City of Mexico. As soon as he learned on his arrival there that the warrant had been Issued he returned here, arriving on October 9, as he was determined to have the stain on his reputation removed. No tice had been sent to w. S. Barnes, Chre tien's attorney, and to your Honor that the general was here to surrender him self and was stopping at the Golden West Hotel, but' no action has been taken to arrest him and he Is tired waiting any longer." The Judge sent Bailiff Fleming to police headquarters for the warrant and it was served on the general. He was booked at the City Prison and immediately released on $500 bonds, accepted by Judge Cabaniss, the sureties being Charles L. Patton and E. L. ' Llllenthal. Attorney Barnes was notified of the general's surrender and the case will be called this morning. Independent Joiners. The Independent Joiners of this city y*" 1 ,,*!^ thelr fnltlal 8 °cial In the Druids' Temple at Fourteenth and Fol som streets to-night. Old Friends' Clambake. The Society of Old Friends will have a clambake and jollification at Buena Vista Park, Sausallto, on Sunday, the 28th inst P. H. Hlnk and A. Barbier have been ap pointed bakers of the clambake. Policeman Makes a Blunder. Through ignorance on the part of Po liceman O. E. Heffernan fifty Jurors who had been summoned to Judge Fritz's court in the cases of five Chinese charged with illegal fishing had to be discharged. The cases were set for trial by Jury yesterday afternoon, and Heffernan was instructed to serve the venire. * ¦ He summoned twenty-five, and Police man M. J. Hemenez summoned the other twenty-five, but Heffernan through Ignor ance or carelessness certified to Both. Attorney RIordan at once took excep tion to the panel and the Judge sustained him. The cases were continued till next Wednesday. Valley Water Company's Merced prop erty: The board then adjourned the in quiry until next Friday evening. there was barely a quorum, consisting of the following members: Supervisors Booth, Boxtoa. Braunhart, Brandensteln. Connor, Curtis, D'Ancona. Dwyer, -Mc- Carthy, Reed and Tobin. Supervisor Con nor was chosen chairman and after an hour's talk, mostly to no purpose, the fol lowing resolution, presented by Supervisor Reed and representing the only practical result of the session, was adopted: Whereas, The Spring Valley Water Com pany has been in the habit of furnishing to the Supervisors of the city and county of San Francisco statements of the receipts and ex penditures of the company for the preceding year, commencing with the month of January of each year, for the purpose, among other thinKS. of enabling the Supervisors to estimate the amount of revenue to tx» derived from the water rates theretofore established by the Supervisors; and whereas, the water rates es tabllpfK-d by the board operate from July 1st of one year until July l«t of the succeeding year, and as a consequence the statements ren dered by the said water company show only the receipts and expenditures for a portion of two fiscal years and never show the revenue derived. from any single water rates ordinance; now, therefore, be It Resolved, That th# Spring Valley Water Company is hereby directed to furnish to the Board of Supervisors of the city and county of Ban Francisco a detailed statement verified by the cath of the president and secretary of such company showing the name of each water rate paper, his or her place of residence and the amount paid for water by each of said rate payers during the year commencing July 1, 1SS9. and ending June 30, 1900, and also show- Ing the revenues derived from all other sources during" that time, and also an itemized state ment of all expenditures made, for supplying water during said time, and also further state ments of the same kind for the months of July, August, September, October. November and December of the year 19C0; and be It further Resolved, That the Spring Valley Water Company li directed to furnish a detailed state ment verified in like manner showing the amount of money actually expended annually since commencing; business In the purchase, construction and maintenance, respectively, of the property necessary to the carrying on of Its business, and also the annual gross receipts from all sources for the urn* period, each year, being; reckoned from the 1st day of July; and be It further Resolved, That the Spring Valley Water Company is hereby directed to furnish the Board of Supervisors of the city and county of Son Francisco with a detailed statement de scribing the land owned by the Spring Valley Water Company and actually used at the pres ent time In the supplying of water to the peo ple . of the city and county of Can Francisco, together with the valuation placed upon said land by the said company, and also a state ment of the land owned by the said company and which is net at the present time actually being- used for supplying- the people of the city and county of San. Francisco with water, and which has entered into the statement nied In the month of January of the year. 1900 as being a portion of the moneys expended by the Spring- Valley Water Company for the purchase, con structlon_and _ maintenance of the property necessary to the carrying- on of its, business; and be It further Upon motion of Supervisor Tobin It wai decided that at the next session evidence will be taken to show the cost of the land and tangible improvements of the Spring Resolved. That the raid company Is direct*! to furnish the raid statement* on or before the 10th day of January, 1*01, except the , Hat of lands and other properties, which must I be furnished immediately. The Board of Supervisors has com menced an investigation of the affairs of the Spring Valley Water Company with the purpose of fixing water rates for the next fiscal year. After squabbles, vol umes of useless talk and charges and counter charges the board has seriously >*>gun it» work. At its meeting last night he Spring Valley "Water Company was jrdered to supply the board with a mass )f detailed information and It was decided o begin the Inquiry systematically next FYiday, with a. consideration of the Mer ger property. When the session was called to order Corporation Directed to Furnish Detailed Statement of All Re ceipts and Expenditures From Its Inception. SUPERVISORS AT LAST BEGIN WATER RATE INVESTIGATION Calaveras Parlor. Calaveras*, the Beauty Parlor of the Native Daughters of the Golden West, gave the first of its series of winter socials in the banquet hall of the Native Sons' buildings last night. It was a very enjoyable affair, at which there were present nearly the entire membership of Army and. Navy Parlor of the Native Sons. There was a pleasing programme of musical and literary numbers, con tributed by Mrs. E. Kendall. Miss Lucille Frank. G. Widder. Miss Brodie and Messrs. Flood and Frazer. SERGEANT McMANTJS SCREAMED WITH JOY Eighty-Five Mongolians Captured by a Clever Ruse While Playing Fantan. Sergeant McManus and posse beat the record for Chinatown captures last night. They arrested eighty-five Chinese in a Ross-alley club and charged them with visiting a fantan game. The capture was accomplished by a clever ruse which sur prised the. wily heathen, and before they knew what had happened the entire com pany in the gaming room were made prisoners. About one month ago the Canton Club opened with splendid festivities at 8 Rosa alley. It had accommodations for more gamblers than any other club In the Chi nese quarter, and since its opening night it has been a "mint" for its proprietors. Sergeant McMunus strained his wits many times, but was never able to de scend upon anything but a bevy of inno r cent domino players at the tables. Last night he effected a capture. Streams of players passed into the prem ises while he worked below, tapping the sower pipe that leads from the club room. Two of his officers then rapped on the door and demanded admittance. The gamblers hurriedly gathered up their par aphernalia and dumped it into the sewer pipe. It fell into McManus' clutches and he screamed with delight. The eighty-five prisoners, together with a large sum of money used in the game, wore taken to the City Hall, where they were locked up.- They were bailed out later. The Australia for Tahiti. This favorite steamer, under command of Captain Lawless,- will sail for Papeete Novem ber 1st. Hitherto these charming Islands of the South Seas have been reached br sailing vessels requiring 30 to 40 days, but the time of new ateamshtp service will be 10H days. Ask for particulars of the low excursion rate J at 643 Market street. ¦ : > • THERE was groM galore on the mail steamer Alameda yesterday. The balance of trade between the Australasian colonies and the 1,'nited States was four millions of dolJars in favor of this country when the mail boat was at Sydney. N. S. W., and that Fum had to be sent to Uncle Sam In gold. In consequence. English sovereigns to the amount of £800,000 were withdrawn from the Sydney mint, boxed up in re ceptacles that contained o^JO sovereigns <>ach and put In the strong room of the Alameda, A large amount of the coin was shipped by the Bank of New South Wales, some of it came from the Bank of New Zealand, a considerable amount from the Bank of Australasia and the Union Bank of Aus tralia, while the remainder came from smaller financial institutions. Every cent of the coin was consigned to local banks and by them it was turned over to the mint. . . There ¦were many precautions over the unloading of the Alameda's treasure yes- terday. Captain Howard, superintendent of the Oceanic Steamship Company, took personal charge of the unloading and not even a newspaper artist was allowed to approach the strong box. Relays of men passed out box after box of the coin, and when the last one was on the wagon and receipted for Purser Smith heaved a sigh of relief. This consignment of gold is one -of the largest ever brought to America from Australasia. It will be the last heavy shipment for months to come, as the officers of the Alameda say the balance of trade is now going the other way. SCENES AT THE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S DOCK ATTENDING THE REMOVAL OF THE BOXES CONTAINING FOUR MILLION DOLLARS IN GOLD FROM THE STRONG-ROOM OF THE ALAMEDA TO • WAGOXS WAITING TO CONVEY THE TREASURE TO THE MINT. Yesterday he was a witness in Judge Conlan's court and while mingling with the crowd he was "touched" for a val uable diamond which adorned his shirt front. Belasco did not discover he had been robbed until he left the courtroom, and started to walk downstairs. Meeting Policeman Laws, bailiff of Judge Con lan's court he told him of his loss. Laws- was at first skeptical, but as Be lasco Insisted that his diamond had been "pinched" Law started an investigation. Accompanied by Belasco he entered the courtroom and carefully scanned the faces of the crowd, but without detecting the thief. Judge Conlan was then notified of Hereafter Abe Belasco, the brother of David Belasco, the well-known play wright, will not wear his jewelry when he visits the Police Court. He says that in the future when he is called as a witness In the Police Court he will either leave his jewelry* home or employ a private detective to protect him against the reaching propensities of the members of the light-fingered fraternity. Belasco is satisfied that the diamond was stolen from him while he was stand- Ing in the courtroom waiting to be called as a witness in the case of four boys» who were charged with burglary- He re members having felt the stone just before he entered the courtroom. Belasco's loess and becoming virtuously indignant that such a crime should be committed in the sacred precincts of the Hall of Justice he temporarily adjourned court and sent for two detectives. They promptly responded and after listening lo Belasco's story they mingled with the crowd, but failed to find the thief. Additional Lights for Richmond. A committee consisting- of O. K. Cush ing, George R. Fletcher, Edward Ginley, W. C. Billington, H. U. Jaudin, George Magoonis and John J. Cassidy appeared before the Hoard of Public Works yes terday morning in support of the petition of the Point Lobos Improvement Club for additional electric lights. The board, after listening to the arguments of this committee, decided to notiiy the electric light company to place lights at the fol lowing points: Lake street and Seventh avenue, Clement street and Fourteenth avenue, Clement street and Twentieth, avenue and California street and Twenty first avenue, and to change the light now at California street and Seventh avenue to California' street and Sixth avenue. This same committee will apear before the Board of Fire Commissioners at its meeting this morning to request better tire protection in the district. ROBBED OF HIS DIAMOND IN JUDGE CONLAN'S COURT Abe Belasco, the Brother of the Play wright, ''Touched" for a Valu able Stone. Miss Genevieve Nolan and Ivan Tread well are engaged to De married. It is a probationary betrothal as far as Miss No lan's mamma goes, but the young people have vowed faith and constancy " and stand ready to submit to the rigorous test of time Mrs. Nolan has decided upon. No announcement has been made of the engagement and no wedding day set. If, however, In two years Miss Nolan and Mr. Treadwell are still of the same mind and heart Mrs. Nolan will sa.y, "Bless you, my children," public announcement will be made and preparations made for a brilliant wedding. At the home of her parents on Golden Gate avenue last evening Miss Genevieve admitted, between blushes, i*.at she and the youngest of the Treadwells had pledged their troth. '/We're engaged," she said, "but we are not yet ready to anntmnc* It. Just at present mother objects to my getting married. It Is nothing personal about Ivan. She fears that, because my broth er, and his wife are having trouble, I might not be happy with ray sister-in law's brother. But because my brother and Ivan's sister are not congenially mated that is no reason, I hold, that Ivan and I should not be happy. "We love each other, however, and are content to wait. We can stand the test." Miss Genevieve Nolan, for whom young Treadwell will have to serve a two years' probationary term. Is the second daugh ter of P. F. Nolan, the well-known shoe manufacturer and merchant. She Is a stylish blonde, charming and accom plished. She is a graduate of the Sacred Heart Convent and has traveled exten sively. Ivan Treadwell is the youngest of the Treadwell heir,? and when he at tains his majority he will come in to a fortune of nearly half a million. Their I,ove Must Stand a Two Years' Test Before the Future Bride's Mother Consents to Their Marriage. Miss Genevieve and Young Ivan Have Pledged Their Troth. . ONGE MORE WILL A NOLAN WED A TREADWELL HEIR T&E SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1900. Australasian Colonies Settle Their Trade Balances With Uncle Sam With Bright English Sovereigns. MILLIONS OF BRITISH GOLD COMES IN ON THE ALAMEDA 14 SIX o'clock store Veiling'S== the n °velties at the veiling counter we are showing the latest novelties from Paris and London. fine silk Veilings, 18 inches wide, with scroll de- signs in chenille dots on borders — and the Remage mesh with fancy designs in dots Toe yard heavy and tine silk net veiling with chenille dotted Grecian bordar— heavy square double mesh, with and without dots... .' S5c yard single silk thread mesh veilings with squares of vel- vet dots— rfinc scalloped designs of graduated chenille dots— fine close dotted straight borders— fine silk mesh with pinhead dots . . ; 91.00 yard a fine silk mesh with chenille dots */i inch apart — one of the season's most decided novelties. .$2.."5O yd double velvet dotted veiling in diamond design. t3 inches — made of. very best material monev can buy $ 2 . 5 O y a r d mail orders solicited we have just received a large importation of the celebrated H. B. gloves, and an examination shows they are fully up to if not superior to previous ship- ments — as is generally known the H. B. is our own brand, and wo confidently believe it is the most per- fect fitting, the most reliable and decidedly the beit $1.00 srlove upon the market — the line embraces all the new and staple shades of tan, mode. blue, jjreen, brown, red, irray, pearl, white and black. we also announce the arrival of a splendid new line of trents' kid gloves, as also the receipt of a larse consignment of the latest style mocha jrfoves in the fashionable shades of gray and havana — nothing bet- ter can be found at $1.50 per pair. glove items l« s^ we want you to know all about our candy — how it is L>M J.C? made — because then we shall sell you more and you will eat it with greater satisfaction, to commence with,' we £* Cl #^| control the factory that makes it. it is not a large factory, l^^*"*-*.^* >^/^ but it is a thoroughly clean one — the utensils are clean i • ' the people are clean, take for instance our delicious straw- M 1 WW 11 berry icecream chocolates — they are made of pure cream, fresh eggs and fresh, strawberries, while the chocolate for. coating is the best quality, we have sixty kinds of candy that are as one kind in purity and fine flavor, and which we sell at a uniform price of 35c per pound or three pounds for one dollar. * ADVERTISEMENTS. Special Bargains Saturday and Monday. Granulated Best Cane Sugar, 17 lbs $1.00 Spreckels' Refinery- Finest Creamery Batter, square 50c Limit 3 squares. Regular 60c. Extra Choice Fofnt Rayes Butter 40c * Limit 3 squares. Regular 60c Best City Egzs, doz 40c Limit 4 dozen. Regular SOc. Peta'wna Strictly Fresh E»g?, doz 25c Limit 4 dozen. Regular 25c. Clarke's 3™ Whiskey. B Q o v. $1.00 Bottled In bond. 100 proof. Rich and mel- low. . Regular $1 SO. Martin's Easte'n Cream Cbsase 15c Kxtra choice. Regular 25c lb. Table Fruits, <Sf y . 3 cans 50c New pack. Peaches. Apricots, Pear*. Limit « cans. Regular SSe can. Singapore Pineapple. 125c Sliced. Extra Syrup, x^lmlt 8 cans. Reg- ular 25c can. Port and Shern. 8 -&r £V.. 25c Regular 40c bottle. 1I ; J ' 6hlrardelirs c&i. ££ 25c Limit I cans. Regular 30c ir! "i American £g? Corn, C « B . 25c Limit 6 cans. Regular 12*£c can. Hulls D Olive. *<£! 95c * Imported from Marseilles. France. Pure. Limit 1 can. Regular tl 23. New Cove Oysters, cL, 25c Limit ( cans. Regular 12'ja Imported Sardines. 3 cms 25s In Pure Ollvs Oil. Regular 12%e. Sapolio 4 cakes 25c Limit SOc. J ''Cl' LJ LI 7arina Russian" • ORm LiUiii Cigarettes. Pkgs. /5C Regular 10c per packages ' "i Cigars cut. 125s size 10c Humboldt, Sanchez and Haya, Betmont and all leading brands. 134-8-1354 MARKET STREET. Opp. 7th. Phone S. 292. No Branca Storaav WHEN CALLIN6 UPON A LADY . yon will always Inspire her respect by bavins your linen Immaculate and In per- fect order. It Is a mark of good breeding that she never falls to appreciate. You can make no mistake by bringing your shirts, collars, cuffs or underwear to this laundry, as they are sure to leave It In the acme of perfection In color, condition and freshness. Domestic finish for full dress shirt* It you order It. No saw edges. UNITED STATES LAUNDRY Office 1OO4 Market Street Telephone— South 42O. Oakland Off Ice— 62 San Pablo Ave. ...FOR... JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT, UNEXPIRED TERM, FRANK H. KERRIGAN, H REGULAR REPUBLICAN XOMLVEE. BAJA CALIFORNIA Damiana Bitters IS A GRKAT RESTORATIVE. 1NV1OORA- 1 tor -and Nervine. The most wonderful aphrodisiac and ,Sp»cial Tonic for the Sexual Organs for both sexes. The Mexican remedy for Diseases of the Kld- neys and Bladder. Sells on lu own merits. N'ABCR. ALFS & Bltl'XE. Asenta, 823 Market >t.. S. F. — (Send fcr Circular.) DR.MQNULTY. ri'HISWBrJk-KXOWI* ANDRKUABLS OLD 1 Sp<M-iail»tr«rnBloo<l Poison, (]onorrh(Ba.Gieet, Stricture, Seminal Weakness, Impotence and their •Hied Dl*nr<!er*. Rook on Diseases of Men, free. Over30 yearVexper'enc«.Ternn reasonable. Hour*. »to3dal!r :«:»tr>3. 30ev'ns. Hundnyn.lOto 12. Consul- tation freeandsacredly confidential. Call oraddreoa P. BO8COE Mr.M'lTV, 31. D. 20 J.' Kearny St.. 8&n Franclacft. <**. Big Sale. Bisque Ware Norcltles joctt > Flenres 40 cts OrnatnentA.. 28 cts Dancing: Girl 25 cts Steins or Beer Mugs Stein— nine Color...: xo cts Stein-Cane Color xocts Stein- Metal Cover 40 cts Stein— Motto, covered. 48 cts Stein — Motto, covered. 60 ct».- Stein— Motto, covered. .80 cts Stein-Motto, covered. .Si. 60 On all the Pullman cars Jesse Moore "AA" whiskey la to be, bad. -.' Great AisrioiIffljortiDiTfia Go. no : Grant ave., bet. Sutter and. Post ata." ESI Market St.. opr>. Powell. 6! Market st.. Junction California. OUR BRANCH STOKES EVERrWHERB. "We are Cutting; Prices all to Plecet* During Our Big Ctearaiice.Sale. for a Steinway One particular advantage you have in baying a piano of- Sherman, Clay & Co. is the privilege of exchanging it at any time within three years for a Steinway and being allowed the full purchase price. It may .be 'well- for a beeinner to learn to play on a less expensive piano, but after proficiency has been attained the best piano to be con- sidered is a Steinway. Sherman, Clay & Co. have a full line of the best of makes from which to choose and the payments are ex- tremciy easy. Wherever you purchased vour piano Sherman. Clay & Co. will be most liberal in their allowance should you desire to exchange the piano for a Steinway. Sherman, Clay & Co. Steisw&y Piano Dealers. Cor. Kearny an<l Sutter ete.. S. F. Cor. 12th and Broadway, Oakland. Cor. 3d and Morrison sts., Portland. Til Second «.ve.. Seattle. CHILDREN'S HAND- WOMEN'S WINTEn- J|||MW^j flVL '^¦^¦r Balk JCS 25c: our prlce to-day, 3 cts rV^SUftt 15 cts. '. '. WE'RE ' OFFERING GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO BUYERS OF CHILDREN'S WOOLEN DRESSES ! CHILDREN'S FLANNEL DRESSES, .trimmed with braids, pretty design.. lnclud-QQ-, lnjr polka dots, all sizes, lined throughout: on sale at.. *, ¦» • if oC CH^P??v N ' S £ LAID WOOLEN DRKSSES. blouse effects, effec'tlveiy'trlmmed." "c' 1 4Q lined throughout; on sale at (])It4o SILK WAISTS GORSET SALE. v y, r- TH . E NEWES . T THING! STRAIGHT FRONT CORSETS. Each Corset placed on sale Is perfect In nt and guaranteed not to break within any reasonable time, if -so we will replace the old for a new one. 75c Corsets on sale at ..;... ROc SI 00 Corsets on sale at ." !!.!.!.].^!!!!!!! 75c tl 25 Corsets on sale at ................ Jl 60 Corsets on sale at I!!'.'.!!."! • $ll^5 $2 00 Corsets on sale at .. Jji'jh) • $2 25 Corsets on sale at.-. $1*7B ONE BIO RIBBON BARGAIN. *\£ &£""* "^ ****"• '° l * "«^ h *™ " »c *«* Our 20c- CHILDREN'S IXL RIBBED HOSE, double knee, heel and toe, slzee 5 to * .s» &x 14 G psilr. DRESSING SACOUES. EIDERDOWN DRESSING SACQUES.. all colors, finished with ..hand-crocheted edge of BE 5 T r« QUALl "7 A kL-WOOL*EIDEKD6wNDRESSING SACQUES, sold everywhere at *l CO; our price, l»Sc. FLANNEL NIGHT GOWNS. LADIES' FLANNEL GOWNS, all sizes, on sale at 4Op, 74c and OSc. The regular price of these gowns Is 75c, fl.00 and $1.25. *"•«-«=. WOMEN'S WRAPPERS, AG wSst? N trl 8 m A ££ w^raft and^n^P^^afe aT^ PERS ' "<"">"* «"«. »ned FLANNEL WAISTS. WOMEN'S FLANNEL WAISTS, blouse effect, lined throughout," all shades: on sale at OSc WOMEN'S WAISTS, lined throughout, made of all-wool French-finished flannel, trimmed with braid: on sale at 91.45, worth J2.25. At 91.O5— ALL-WOOL BROADCLOTH WAISTS, tucked front and back, lined throughout; worth (2.75. [ . Just received, an entire new line of EMBROIDERED FRENCH FLANNEL WAISTS, same on . sale to-day. . . * ... ' We carry the largest assortment of CHILDREN'S and INFANTS' CLOAKS in the city. Our styles are the latest. Our prices are the lowest. - . 1212-1214 MARKET ST., bet. Taylor and Jones, Exchange your piano Chicago Tailoring Co.. now In their new store, 113 Grant ave. Clothps on credit. • MUST BE SOLD IN A HURRY. STOCK OF SHOES Of WM, H-KEITH of- San" Jose Will be on Sale To- Dau and will be sold at 33c on the Dollar. At 95 cts — Men's Tan and Black Calf Shoes, several styles, but not all sizes in all the styles, every pair fully worth $2.50. At $2.1 5 — Buckingham& Hecht's genuine Nova Scotia Seal, cork sole and water- proof, standard price $5.00. At $1.85— Ladies' Patent Leath- er French Heel Shoes, all sizes. These Shoes are sold all over at $5.00 a pair. At 50 cts—^Children's Shoes, sev- eral styles, all sizes, worth $1.50 to $2.00 a pair. At 5 cts— Ladies' Rubbers." Between Sixth and Seventh STANDARD SHOE CO., 1029 MARKET ST., Dr. C. C. O'Donnell, the independent candidate for Congress in the Fourth Congressional District, is working with might and main to secure his election knowing that such a result will be the greatest blow over given to Chinese, Japs monopolies and corruption in the history of tho country. • Hale's. Sale's. Hale's. the ¦ ¦HP