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Charg-ed With Assault to Murder.
Tony Dunand, alias Antonio Gulnatto, was booked at the City Prison yesterday on a charge of assault" to murder. New Year's eve he flred five" shots from a re volver at Green and Kearny streets. One of the , bullets struck Michael Vlncenzl and nearly killed him. ! The special board of inquiry, of the Im migration Bureau has recommended the deportation of Naka Tamakachi to Japan. She arrived on the City of Peking a few days ago with three other; women. <-Yusl Isekachl, J. Hlrano,. and. Mrs. Honda. Naka was the woman for whose -landing a Japanese '<*:¦ named . M.- S. v Morll ¦ paid Deputy Immigration Commissioner Schell 125 as a bribe.' Schell arrested Morll after having received a statement. that Naka was Imported for immoraT purposes. Mrs. Honda, having, proved that shewas^the wife of a cook on* a- coasting, steamer, in this port, was allowed to land. ¦ The cases of Hlrano; and Yusi ?Isekachi were laid over/for, further investigation. All the women are young and more than ordinar ily comely for. Japanese., . Japanese Girl Sent Home. The Associated Charities, met yesterday and to the meeting it was reported that ninety-four, cases had -been ¦ relieved -.dur ing the last month. Vsixly-threc of which were new>,ones. The annual meeting -of the association will be held 'in 'the -office. C01 Commercial "street, next Friday: after noon at-'3* o'clock.'': All * members will- b« notified: to "attend. ¦'; % It, was decided; to -bring, suit against the Lux; estate to secure -he $5000 left by 'the will of the deceased to the association. •.. ¦ Associated Charities. WASHINGTON. Jan. 3.-In view of the trend of discussion upon the array reor ganization bill in the Senate to-dav Petti- i ?V»? dl ir !d .y ie f ?»o«-»ng resolution; "That the President is hereby requested if not incompatible with the public inter ests., to inform the Senate what neccisUy. li?™',' exlst l f ° r '""easing the army at this time; what are the conditions in the Philippines and how many men are re quired there." The President is also requested to send to the Senate copies of all communica tions received from our officers In the Philippines showing the conditions in that country and the number of men required now and in the future: The resolution under the rules went over until to -morrow/«fa*»ah Wants to Know the Reasons, if Any, for Increasing the Army in the Philippines. ASKS THE PRESIDENT FOB INFORMATION By the filing of articles of Incorporation yesterday the second colossal light and power company founded by Claus Spreck els for the benefit of the people of this city has been vested with all the powers conferred by ,Uie laws of the State. The legal machinery of the, corporation, the Independent Gas and Power Company. Is now Installed, as It were, and the installa tion of the machinery whereby gas con sumers of San Francisco will be benefited will Immediately follow. In the articles It is set forth that the amount of the capital stock of the corpo ration is $5,000,000, divided into 50,000 shares of the par value of, $100- each. Of this amount $32,000 has been subscribed. $10,000 each by Claus Spreckels, John D. Spreck els and Adolph B. Sprcckels. and $10C0 each by Frederick Tillmann Jr -and Thomas Brown, who have been appointed directors of the corporation for the first year. It Is further Ftated in the articles of in corporation that the Independent Gas and Power Company was formed for the pur pose of generating, transmitting and sell- Ing gas for illuminating purposes and also for power, heat and fuel; to acquire, own, operate and exercise franchises, rights and privileges and to sell and dispose of the same; to exercise Its corporate func tions as to lands and securities.' and gen erally to engage in the business of gas manufacturing. • The corporation also re serves the right to manufacture, purchase and sell all machinery and appliances for producing and using gas, and to procure and sell all or any patent, rights relating thereto. . The term' for which the corporation is to exist Is fifty years from the date of Its incorporation. NEW GAS COMPANY INCORPORATES Shape. Claus Spreckels' Colossal Enterprise Assumes OLEOMARGARINE BILL UNDER FIRE Defeat. National Livestock Associa tion Working ior Its WASHINGTON, Jan. 3.— The Senate Committee on Agriculture t^-day resumed its hearing on the oleomargarine bill. Hon. William M. Springer, representing the National Livestock Association, was the flrst person heard. He said the associa tion for which he appeared represented a combined capital of $600,000,000 and that it holds annual conventions. He read a memorial from the association in opposi tion to the oleomargarine bill as an effort to build up ond Interest at the expense of another. He quoted figures to show that whereas the milk cows of the country are valued at $514,000,000. the other cattle foot up an aggregate of $689,000,000 in value. He said that the opinion of stock raisers is unanimous that the passage of the pending bill would mean the destruction of the oleomargarine Industry and • that there was little effort on the part of the promoters of the bill to conceal this pur pose. ¦•-' Two gentlemen present, named respec tively Adams and Knight, interrupted Judge Springer while he was quoting from reports of the House to say that they had been entirely misrepresented by those reports. Mr. Knight said that a letter had been printed in the-Congres sional Record which purported to have been written by. him,\ which was an abso lute falsehood. • Mr. Springer was also interrupted by Governor Hoard of Wisconsin, who re iterated his charge of attempted bribery of merchants by oleomargarine manufac- U Resumlng. Mr. Springer charged th« friends of the bill with Interfering in poli tics and he quoted a letter from Mr. Knight, who is secretary of the National Dairy Union, with headquarters at Chi cago, directed to a constituent of Con gressman .Wadsworth, saying that his re election, unless by;a greatly reduced ma pority, would be a "triumph of the stock yards and oleomargarine frauds." ' Mr. Knight, who was present, said that Mr. Wadnworth's majority had been re duced 2000. : WASHINGTON. Jan. 3.— The radical element among the House Republicans, who favor cutting down the representa tion from the Southern States in which franchise is abridged, suffered defeat to day because a number of their colleagues refused to act with them. The Issue was precipitated quite unexpectedly. The leaders had decreed that the reapportion ment bill should be taken up to-day, but before It could be taken up Olmstead of Pennsylvania offered as a matter of priv ilege a resolution reciting the alleged abridgment of the suffrage in Louisiana. Mississippi, South Carolna and Xorth Caroliua and directing the Committee on Census to investigate and report the facts to the House in order that a constitu tional basis of representation could be established for those States. The resolution created a sensation. It was a surprise even to several of the Re publican leaders. The le-adcrs on the Dem ocratic side sought in vain to head off the rc-solutlcr. with points of order, but the Speaker ruled against them. They be gan a filibuster, avowing that they would nght every proposition looking to the re duction of representation from the South ern States to the bitter end. Several of the P.epublicans were secretly In sym pathy with them, and their indifference to the fate of the Olmstead resolution in the end gave the opposition the victory of to-day. Many of them quietly paired with absent Democrats, leaving their ab sent colleagues unpaired. As a result when the question of consideration was raised against the resolution it was de feated, £1— S3. 1 The vote was a strict party one. Two Republicans— Landis of Indiana and Mann of Illinois— answered present, but did not vote. The story of the defeat is found in the absentees on both sides who were unpaired. Thirty-two Republicans were cbsent and unpaired, against sixteen of the opposition. Those absent and un paired were: Republicans— Boutelle of Maine. Bro sius. Brown. Burkett. Calderhead. Clark of New Hampshire, Dahle, Samuel Dav enport, Dick, Fowler. Gardiner of New Jersey. Hawley. Hoffecker, Ivnox, Lori mer. Loudenslager. McCleary. Metcalf, Miller, Mondell. Morgan. Needham, Otlen Parker, Prince, Russell. Showalter, Smith of Illinois, Sprague, Stevens, M adsworth and Wagner. Democrats— Barber of Pennsylvania, Bradley of New York, Brewer. Caldwell Catchir.gs. Gaston. Gayle, Glenn. Levy, May, Meeklnson, Shepard, Stallings, Wil son of South Carolina and Zeigler. Silver Republican— Wilson of Idaho. The situation with reference to the re apportionment bill is greatly complicated as a result of the Injection of the Olra stead resolution. Chairman Hopkins however, is confident^of victory for his bill. He thinks the Olmstead resolution may pass in a full House and investig* tion may be made, but that the matter will end there. Irrespective of the fate of the resolution, however, he will press the reapportior.ment bill and thinks it Jill pass on Monday. If possible he will £lsplace private bill day to-morrow with nis measure. Abridgment. Resolution Submitted Ask ing Inquiry Into Suffrage SENSATION IS SPRUNG IN HOUSE Like "The Old Homestead." the comedy In which Golden will once again be seen has lost none of Its popularity, and the revival this season of "Old Jed Prouty" has been most successful. Golden's play Is one of extreme heart interest, and its plot Is interesting enough to hold the at tention of all who witness the production. Golacn has secured many of the original members of his first company, and the at traction is one of the best obtained by the Alhambra this season. :-:-x-:-* h-h-h-h-;-:- ¦:¦ i ; : i : : ;:¦ © AFTER an absence of twelve years Richard Golden, the comedian, will make his reappearance in this city, opening- on Sunday night at the Alhambra In the New Engrland P'.rv. "Old Jed Prouty." Throughout the United States and Canada Golden and "Old Jed Pmuty" have dellgrhted thou sands cf play-poers during the eight sea sons the play and the star were "on the road." Chjldren's Protective Society. A meeting of the Chilflren's Protective Association was held Wednesday in the rooms of the organization In the Aca demy of Science BufMlEgr. The folloWngr efflcers *ere permaiieriUy elected: Presi dent. Isaac Upham; %1ce president, Dr. W. F. ilcNutt: .secretary. Mrs. Lvdia Prcs cott: treasurer, A. V3n der Nalilen Jr.; directors. Dr. McNutt. Hon. James M. Seawell. C. Mason Klnne. Isaac ITphaia, Marj' C. Brooks. Phoebe B. Whitfield, Lydia A. PrcscctL Temporarj* by-laws were adopted. RICHARD GOLDEN. THE COMEDIAN. WHO. AFTER AX ABSENCE OF MANY TEARS. WILL REAPPEAR AT THE ALHAMBRA ON* SUNDAY AS "OLD JED PROUTY." The Supervisors* ' Police Committee re ported yesterday In favor of the ordinance providing " for the . establishment of the pound limits so as tn take In the whole city. M. Roundy. on behalf of the Mis sion clubs, urged that the pound limits be made coextensbre with thej city and county, as provided ¦ by the charter. The committee , recommended the pas sage of. the ordinance regulating boxing contests given by amateur organizations. The ordinance provides that the contests must not be given oftener than once a month and- only within -the gymnasium belonging to the organizations. * Thepetltion'of the Twentieth .. Century Athletic Club to hold a boxing exhibition .In i February, was favorably reported. Contests to Be Regulated. POUND LIMITS; TO TAKE 'IN WHOLE CITY Police Committee Favors Passage of Ordinance-^ Amateur Boxing RtTSS HOUSE UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Colonel O.-L. Young Retires, His In terest^ Being Purchased by C. :<~'f;>* ¦' A. Harrison. Colonel J. S. Young, who has managed the Russ; House since 1S92, has sold hta interest in the hostelry to C. A. Harrison, formerly proprietor of- the Rio Grande Hotel at Seattle and later of s the St. James . at San ¦ Jose. * Colonel Young has been* engaged -In the 1 hotel business since 1869. He retires to take a much needed rest. ..* ' * . ¦ •¦¦ * ' "' * * ¦" -'.¦¦* .-""' . * • Mr. .Harrison assumed . charge of tho Russ yesterday. Plans are now s belns prepared " for some - extensive ; alterations, between $30,000. and $40,000 having, been set 'aside by, the Russ estate for this pur pose. '- ¦¦>. - j \'~- ¦:*' v :: v.'- Sudden 7?earhJ of W. H. -, Cobb. W.i Horace Cobb, secretary, of, California Lodge" No. 1 1, ;, Knights of ; Pythias, • died suddenly^ yesterday morning In his room at 675 Bush 1 street, i He was a single man and was well known in this city. Heart trouble is believed to have been the cause of death, Mr. Cobb, having been ;a suf ferer with that disease for. a long time. DR. HOLMES WILL MEET TROUBLE of Silk. % --¦•¦;/.* To Bo Arrested on a Charge of Smuggling a Bolt Dr. Holmes, surpeon on board the United States transport Grant, will meet with a lively adventure when he returns from Detroit, whither he has gone on a twelve days' vacation, if Assistant United States Attorney Banning keeps his word. Mr. Banning ' announced yesterday that he would: prefer a charge of smuggling against the doctor on his return and would have him arrested for that offense. The trouble for the doctor grows out of the arrest' last Wednesday of Ar Mllthorp. Dr. Holtms' assistant. Dr. Holmes had a bolt cf silk th&t he wanted to get ashore without paying the duty,* and the package having been stopped by Inspector Enlow, the doctor sent it on board again and re quested Mllthorp to smuggle it ashore. Mllthorp • concealed the : package en his person and was arrested as he came down the gangplank. Ho. explained that he was only obeying tho orders of Dr. Holmes, his superior officer, as was his duty, and that If Dr. Holmes had commanded him to strip *¦ and walk down the gangplank with the roll of silk strapped to his abdo men he would linve obeyed. Mllthorp was released, yesterday on his own recogniz ance. Mr. Banning thinks that Dr. Holmes was the leal culprit and should be pun ished.- v. Dr. Kinyoun is also after Dr. Holmes. He says the last named did ' not Inspect the Grant on her trip, which lasted thirty three days, whereas it was his duty to have made a daily inspection. BELIEVES NEVADA MARRIAGES VOID Wedlock Venture. Donald J. Standish Files Suit to Annul His Reno J ¦.:¦'? | ":.',:'¦ ¦• --¦*'. . Judge Troutfs recent decision declaring "Nevada marriages" Illegal and void ha* prompted Donald J. Standish to take ad vantage of the law a5 thus construed to rid himself of the responsibilities of mar riage. Standish fl)e:l suit yesterday against his wife. Pauline Standish, to an nul their marriage on the ground that the same is illegal by reason of the fact that it was solemnized In Nevada within one year from the date »if Mrs. Standlsh's divorce from a former husband. Standish alleges that his wife secured a divorce from Clarence F. Rowand oh June 13, 1900. On June 21 of the same year he says he took the former Mrs. Rowand. who had resumed her maiden name, Rog ers, to. Nevada for the sole purpose of evading the California law, and they were married. He is now tired of his matri monial venture and asks the court to de clare his marriage Illegal, null and void, though he admits he entered Into the mar riage in good faith and went out of tlio limit of the State '- for.-, the purpose ot contracting a lawful • marriage, which he admits was impossible within the 11mm of this State.: Judge Murasky will try the case. ¦ ••¦*¦ Daisy R. Fleishman was granted a di vorce from Milton P. Fleishman yester day on the ground of cruelty. Julius Well was granted a decree annulling his mar riage to Mathilde Well on statutory grounds. -Suits for. divorce wore filed yesterday by Domlnico against Assunta de Rollcry for desertion. "Viola G.' against Gideon 8. Ely. for desertion.' Fannie against Manuel Gonzalez for cruelty, Minnie against Her man Burke for desertion; and Margaret against Patrick Menlhan for failure to provide. :5&8BBB&ti& THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, JANUAEY 4, 1901. ACTOR GOLDEN RETURNS WITH "OLD JED PROUTY" The Author Will Present His Famous Play on . . Sunday at the Alhambra Theater. 5 I Tho Great January "Glean-UpSale"! I Mevjr Offerings for Friday and Saturday .Winter Season Goods Must Go Now;\ i and Go Quickly. % \ I fe^ 31^ Safo Linen Sale. I A Plate Sale / o^n^p sale of sale of I I Lames Neckwear. Cut of About One-Third. For Friday and Saturday. LaCO UU Ham S. nw—*ns*fsz * ¦^ i®\ To-day, Many broken lines, the accumulation of several A great special half-prlCC Sa'fo of About aoo half pain of Lace Curtains, assorted &r €?€#«• &J $Sm$?^^ Friday,, months' busy selling, must be closed out to Decorated China .; Piates— -breakfast, drssert, patt;rng, heavy linen effect," Brussels effect, Jf £ /ir$!lgi8&*j) V^e'* ~^\ ant l Satur- make room for our European importation of -»<*»ps^ Battsnberp, etc., 3^ yards long and trora O itlQ m OllSit*iet* Off* £ X fi-^^^^S&jY-'* " "V^/j dav if linenf, now en route. The co'lection in- ' t^. /f^^^^^y^Wy^^^^^^v to inches wide to be closed out on . jj ** vWrOT3 f; 5^''7 • c'.ud:s many very fins damask cloths without v^SJra^i > ,c5^V ¦ 1J8V 'aL Friday and Saturday at less than one-half **>^.^~- -m^i. t*~~ •' • £ 7\Zh>-)r% - V q ilantlt >' napkins, remnants' -of damasks and old dozens /^M/\ W^I S1V Si tkeir rral Vilut.'eich rt^^Ts^l?^."!^?^^^^*-- "5 2" iV'VT^'V'-J lasts > we and halt dozens of napkins. PM^ "^^ H^= >f K~C* M 1 } W<'\ Zlfif* 4n Cf #1/1 ii #» 5 I JJMm^M- P laCCCn 5OC Beached Table Dama,k, 60 **£- W^^MMMt^ M SLOP- J^^h^g^!^^ f *" -§ff^ sale more inch;s w ' dc> cut t0 *" Groceries —Liquors : * I Kfi:^ th^ %5^Z£™l. D^ 6i '4aC -d butter, sauee and b.rr.vpl^.in a' FOt Friday Oniy. AYTA ' ft'* | ?* I'dilK. S^iv^S IOOO - :•- -I-.- ¦¦•¦:.*• lI' '" larg; variety ot shipes and decorations: the Damn—^Rpcr Pac orn Qnaar // \ fi J^ 7 V * ISBfer 8m$B- Piecsof, 8 5f Bfctthed Table Damask, 7 z ~ J -.regular prices ar, fi^^ooto |6.boV' -?¦ P 6 ?,! taS « 3r /J \ K&J * I' ffT*W WM& Ladies' * ' CUt tO - • * * • ' • ' • i. ***** dozen. On F.iday.and Saturday only the big Cured. . lb 15C 4 r.U^M^^^ * *" i> f\, c", K.l, * Z r " do7Cn Bleached X tiHI jfRSb store otters them sing"v or in dozsn lots at PyVs Pear.inc— I-lb packaers, 3 for . . 2BO 2>\ < l^^tMiP^y^ "* ft "- m V V? Dinner Napkins; cut to.. U**l£BvS**** Corn-New Sugar, 3 fns 25O £}-/ jj WRtW*M^' '' % 5J. \J Neck- gj/ Damask Cra,h Ro'.Iering, cut to £» _, maSHi Brr3z2®a Soao— Cudahv's Diamond C, regu!ar"y 5c bar, V ! *&&<&£&-; • • V wear, perjarl; . & & " * __—__- 7 bars . . . .7. . . . 25O * \ ' *J \f" *• % S f compr:s : ng broken lines and some $1 per dozen Fringe!. Napkins, all J£ag^ GiGan-Up Sale of ¦ Sar-dhe*— Clement brand, fin= imported goois, — — -j *dj*$S7 Bg *' £ I Ruffsand Band Bows, all at Half |^| J 6am^ bleach d cojo-d -tin, pulley and dog-collar, |ffl SSLt Scp^ \ I |^ IP lots cf Fine |?£f|gg ?.fo thl^Li BgS^P P|SSo ™ nt ~™ "^ j-g SocN-ckwear 2 SC Toweh etc.. ttOW mcuk'.d at to-day and Saturday, each. Gif-Tho^kgihh GiV, b^fad £ *Tt £Z Kerseys rnd Cov- * tf f 1.00 X:ck»«r ' BOG Oe lll-Up priCCS. ,: &%*%* & Sons, England, to-day, per bottle . 7fio crs — th; mate- -J" g J»- 50. Neckwear v/5° ~ : : ' ' : ria's are strictlv all X » J2.00 Nrckwcar Sf.O n / ' -...ir' ;;-• -,? .... , , , •' c • J. 52.50 Neckwear St. 25 , . wool, the linings a^d worKmansmp ot 3J If fl.oo Neckwear'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'. ','.'.'. ..$1,50 **3 S7 7"%?! 1 S7 T»tS* f^* & 43 *~f **X JflTh J^^9 f^% the very best and Ihe savrng to be niade j * |6. 00 Neckwear..- S3.'*O U J&$&L *~m •* "a' ' ;v '-'' *' K * Jm^§& >^SX town wi e exact y qu or- \ «-.;oN-kwear;..- $3.75 fdW &P& f,¥s**rl*d* /7* ' i<f* S ' dm$m mg th's sale. J & Sio.co Neckwear $5.QO %/ mm M&M *LS * < *JaJ £"CS, £^£IM L<J 9 M&$Mm \^% M;n ' S A^' co] K ""y Overcoat; - Blue, M £ €^Jijf * f & ~ ¦*- ~*> y i^l^W^SSu JiL b!ack or brown, either h-avy frr.Tier's sateen «J \h $£•££$ OMi tttsMri tweak WiM^iM\ It Nw?ftif:s Worth Ua to r€^lPty/)i\j\ ' T \^\^^--NSwfe/ « * $2.50 p»r yard for 78c. U/^#Pai V'h •* \- •, A ¦ '* i^T ¦ "S^S^^^ X We had 3 5 co yards of these choice H J WJu> M^&^MH^ ever >^ hln ? r ln theSS departments IS now k I wel!-ntthg, .tvlish outer L that we s 11 S § high-grade Novelty Silks on Wednes- J?} jPf deeply P"«-cut Come to-day if you can, but come any day /// rerJaT i y •„ $ t z. 5O — &g* * A! • day morning; today we have le s than half ""/I A and you will find bg bargains. // v ;. »clean-u?" .de frk,. . ?»-OO JJ I j^ that quantity, and there will probably not be f\ . $5 to Jio Jackets, clean- «-. f*7'5O an J J>3° Long Autom^bilis, /7J ¦ Boys' Vestee Suits — A special lot, consisting «J- j Sfc' a yard left at closing time to-morrow night; J \ ' up-price j?«9««7d clean-up price.... ~9 rr ,_»¦ j^- ' of a'!-wool cheviots and cass'meres in fancy *J I j& they came from oni: of the most prominent A a . V\. * f . x g ,j 2O j ac | cetc m&M9 1 /O /*^#7TFO^??T\!\\\ mixtures and blurs, handsome double-breasted \g Ifg jobbing housrs h th- countn-, and the 5ale /\\ R k fi\ cleaVup 'price ' S3 ,35 * 12 S ° t0 $ ' S Tai ''° r <£-* Off t*MOT/i'V W/SST iHk wit; •'«« f,r boy. 3 ta loyean; good •* \ K I rice is but a fraction of their real value; there / W/J S\' VJ ...... -v Dresses, e'eao-up prce & M . if iJ valoeat $6.50; on special J&S7 G& M \tl are abiut 120 different patterns, all good styl- !>' f-2-S°».* 2 5 stl °rt Automabiles, clean- |i8 and Sao -Ta'lcr Dresses, e'ean- '^UflgS&iiy^ sale Friday and Saturday, qpnr'* irO °X i a," ish colorings of Striped TafTita?, Satin Strires, *¦ — *^V_^*J up piice M»m -.„ no price ••*»•»«»«• V •* !g Cor 'ed Strips, Silid Color F,i s: EtTects, • &S&.95 .'. .....&b3*5Q — J |5 SmrlJ 2 cqu a rlD ; s : gns ) Prnt.-dWji ? Eff.-cts; | 2 c.oo to J35.00 Tailor' fQ __ |6. 5 o to $9.50 Ladi«' ~. - o - S 1. 00 Color d SKk Ci P , fur ttinmed, --, /ir^-« ttA C«#« 5 ;&* also a tew black and w h.te noveltirs; these Dresse.', clean-up r^ce .... &M i$ . 75 Mackintoshes, clean-up price £&***95 cut to. 5OC JaitUarV GleBEI-Up O3/G X II domS^^^d^'f^f^d^O $5oo Short fnd Long Skirts, _ . '- __ \ 51.5, Colored SUk B»n«tt, cut f __ P/SOSi'S Neckwear. •« jS «taait$i. l5f $MO l $i. 7 : i clean-up pnee... &J.H-O UndarmU*ttn'Qiaan-Ua t0 <tfU Nearv z,-° Rets cf \ 5« V >...ooand.< 1 . 5 o P ery B a..-/8C 56. ,0 t,, 5S- ?o Short and Long UMlQrimMSUn MOan-Up $J1QO T^ T . Miie SuVy (or M^r.'s Neck- Z J. the special sale price only Skirts, clean-up pnee 9 m^mmfSM SatOm '-¦- ays 8 ml 10, cut to n9%9m%J%M w*»3»*» let over from p,. 3f\ J ft* ! and |io.oo Short and QCZ Baby Dres«3 o f fine or- -«_' |2.oo A'l-Wool Drrs e?, line J, — **K the ho'iday sales, some of g Long Skirt*, dein-up price. . ¦§>£?»"*> gandy, cut to $Afwd ages x to 4, cut to &M.2G& them slightly soil-d from *m. * V A SpOCI3l SafG Of $ t . 75 to $i.z 5 FJannel Wa-su, o _ $ 5 . 50 Infants' Rne Lawn L«e tsy — — _ -H\^ handling and window dis- /M « X LadiG«*' ShOGSm clean-n? price &3.nfS> Trimmed Dresses, cut to. .. *&*£.53& -..„«-,.- n _, _» P "'- ' , P . Jk '.' __ X i to ?Z?JL, tJt ' MM^ ttl si 63 $^° Fin: ™™ k Gui r &2 00 M '- gmer y T*""*' 7$&&g& «9 * % pm we .offer about 250 iffi^ clean-uppr.ee &B.V& Drres, ages 4 v«n, cut to. &£.UU Tm , M i Knery> Brfasts> Pomp , n ,, Shap^, WJar cut to. O C 2','^ •« pairs Lades' Stylsh V 4 ci W//i $3foa nd 13-SO Flannel Wast*, J4. 50 Fine Pique Dresses, em- -^ o Rn Hats, 200 large Hack, white q Jill --» Abou-- vioa &OV** lUI '• >*• *&b " X J Kid Shoe?, clotb, kid or ; * \0M tltan - u P P nce ;.&^m*& i-roidery t.itimed, cut to. .. •&2.&U Breast Effects, were 25c, cut to. .. MUG TfTCKanti Ruff W}%'W * j> silk vestng top>, lace or /flf*^M I5.00 and $6.00 Silk and Wool | a . 50 Plain Piqu? Dresses, to 4 -^ * «^ 150 two-toned Qu'll Pompon>, doxen in bunch, Scsrfs— Our re^a- ''•?*'• 7 'x A « button stvle, ma^e on the f^'m^A Waists, dean-up price &<&.&& \ ears, cut :o £Sj £«£}&? wer . 75c— now (prr bunch) cut „ br 25c goo 's, in li^h: f^K&*J\ •* U l.trst style coin toe last?, -^-ff/^'ly $*--5 and 5'-5° Flannelette Wrap- 35c Tennii FJannrI Skirt— <ut to _ to #S£J and dark rattein , a'f in "5 I ;r- r ° m wi^ MmS P-, cl f an-u P price 35C ...I .thl -~.,i. y . ? , feet condition - on /^f|§\ § S L. "a to E /** l ypS |i.75 Fann f 'ette Wrappers, |i. 00, 85c and 65c Cor.xt Cpwn, -^^ 75 c and $1.00 P :r bunch-cut to. 25C f lU ! Me g I ?¦ , . ( . tO L > J clean-up piice &S S 2!3 mixed let— cut to. &UG Saturday— each JJ— , *2 \i 3SX «^ 5 '•""„ , « S 12* only.. ..„• rfffc-tf tRfo e'ean-uppnee... 9li¥O e-nbroidcry— cut to. ZOG Also 500 pieces Men's Ncckwoar x \K ....'.*.".'."!!.'.'!."."!.".'! %pMm&%3 $4-00 to $5.00 Underskirts,^- _ £2.75 E'egant Nainraok Gowns, m _ _ $15.00 Imported Hits GH JtgZ in light and dark patterns in pretty drsigns, J- :H-;*^ e'ean-up price Z&jCm&S* lace imertion— cut tj. S&0,£<& -5P#5«^^*» which includes all of our 50c, 1 1. 00 and •» I Ti^d Covers. t '3U c fc. <^»I.(W »&<ZLS^S,.75 ~~.<±*:—..9TM g^SjSg^g » j j£ Less than 100 of them left; pretty tinted ! : " low specal price tor Ft iday and 4Qf% J* jf Table Covers 36 inches square, made Emporium OTSBBE HflnAMB 1 Saturday-., h. . # | tf o l nice qua.ity ot heavy satren; red, green and COH^Prt"* M Bvm mv^3^fc^ ffl WB I jfrmS SiiahtiV Oxford MufiICl*S—S"*Y ot our b!u: ground, in a large assortment cf designs; _ ~^ m BuBsS-. JJrtlfHiH B[1^ |m IB j ffsfftjg? Oa*y/ft Jr <i.co grades in fancy patrirns, with white "J * thrv a-.- worth at least 35c e 1C h— our specinl KCSUmBZ gSPSH* SknwS JWgJ DamaffCa qui tei silk lining— f-t"t from the Christmas X g price Friday and Saturday, if SatUriiay Oo8<tfl<&n'H^BlB^ Ba2AAr. ™ ToyS at stock and marked ta close on i»« jj tf "J 11111^ :asts /V/gr/ff . CALIFORNIA'S LARQEST-AMERICA'S ORANDEST STORE. Half PHce. Fri la - v " d Sltur<fav a: *#&** J THE EMPORIUM. THE EMPOBIUM. THE EMPORIUM. THE EMPOBIUM. Epicure's Deiight SI Articles cooked with | "Ko-Nut" A Sterilized Cocoanut Fat for j,j Shortening and Frying! Absolutely Free from Animal | Matter. | Bread made with "KO-NUT'* § In place of lard is delicious and B keeps frssh. Ask Your Grocer or Write. £ India Refining Co., I Philadelphia. I WJ L2*M]N A V^lMmL ]ft3 _ raf y J 1SS1. Consultation W% ; and private book • \-H'*' ix-Xs free, at office or by TiMll |5QkJ mall. Cures guar- VVWTjvSi*^** antepd. 7!J 1 Mar- *sMfcHi.'*lSM ket street (elevator . entrance), San A V ,f^SaB&k. Francisco. . [ > *^F t^V-^HracSK t FAVORITE SCRIPTION DR. GROSSMAN'S SPECIFIC MIXTURE For the cure of GONORRHOEA. OLEET3. STItlCTUIlKS and anal >kou3 complaints at tha Organs of Generation. I'rice $1 a bottle. For sale by druggiata. Weekly Call, $1 per Yea? ____ ADVERTISEMENTS. Vg'ood/ \piano £ in -*ttmm tt hj^k /9BK23S9R2& fcirrtaizlj Pia.no j sale From $50 to $125 saved on I every piano you buy of us 3 while the sale is on. "A special lot bought at a ' . special price especially to sell I j at this special sale. | From Chickerinfcs down — and all pood. } Yes, pay in monthly install- j .rr.ents if you choose. A little 1 . down and a little every month. We'll agree to any reasonable arrangement regarding the P av - p But remember the leader ot.. * the lot sells for cash. It's a I wonderfully good pidno for & j 5 the money, elegantly finished. K E£ The price is & each. I BenjGurtaz. 1 16-20 OTarrell ft ' PAINLESS R^^s^f m " Kc ° slove - H^gfgSjS*'*' hll K. L. WALSH -*-~""^ 1^ tzi% GBART STREET Between Hyde asd Idtrkln. Polk 112S. THE EMPOBIUM. A . great two : step by Eduard Strauss, the waltz king, .will be given free with next Sun- day's Call. This is a gem— -do not fail to get it.