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REPUBLICANS READ SIGNS, Lane Club Dies a-Borning 1 SAN DIEGO, Oct 1L— A call was print ed in the Deniecratic evening; paper thU afternoon for the formation of a Lane club at Democratic headquarters to-night, tout, the effort, did not result in getting enough .voters ; present to fill the offices and the club, was abandoned. . • A large number of 'friends of -Alfred J. Fritz, Denftwratlc * candidate for the Su perior Court," met last evening in Native Sons' Hall and organized an Alfred* J. Frltx Club. The following officers were elected: President, E. I. Coffey; first vlc^ president, George Giannlni; second vice president, Nicholas Gill: secretary, J. J. Mahoney; treasurer, Joseph Greehberg. Organize an- Av; J. Fritz Club. : , '.' Sped. at" Dispatch to The Call. V SAN RAFAEL. Oct. 11.— A man with two bullet wounds in his body. and one in his head was found . on a side way ;' be tween this city and San .Anselmo this afternoon.* Two: small boys made the dis covery and reported to the»- Coroner. Coroner Eden went to "the" scene at once and \ found the'ibody still 'warm.; It was brought : to "the Mprgue In this city. )'.? An examination of the clothing failed to determine. the identity.*' ¦ No paper or card was foqnd which "would throw any light upon the man's ¦. name or address.. All t indications ¦ pointed i to", suicide. Two* bullets had penetrated the body below the heart, ~ while a^ third went, through ; the head. ' .,;¦ i ¦ :;\ ' '. ¦ '•£ ¦: ¦ v -.' ; :' ¦; . /¦''¦. ,'The man was about 45 years old, 5 feet 8 inches , tall, : weight r 165 pounds, with firay; eyes," hairj and ' mustache. •» He wore a black derby bat, size ;1%, ¦ No. | » laced shoes, a black - cheviot" suit,*; an overcoat of fine texture and otherwise was dressed as a gentleman. In a waistcoat pocket Anselmo. Well-Dressed Man Ends -His Life Near San Judge John Hunt, candidate for re election to the office of Judge of the Su perior Court on the Republican ticket, was accorded a hearty greeting last even, ing by the members of the John Hunt Non-Partlgah Club at a special meeting of the organization held In Coloma Hall, Native Sons' building. ..The members, who number -300, are making, a strong fight to bring about Judge Hunt's elec tion. The members purpose canvassing the business houses and . interview the employes in behalf of their candidate. Strong speeches were made by J. J. Ler men, Daniel" J.; Ryan and others. Working for Judge Hunt. SACRAMENTO. Oct. II.— A collision oc curred late to-night at Lake view, near the summit, on the " Central Pacific branch, in which Engineer John G. Jodon was killed and Fireman J. E: Pllne badly Injured. The t latter » 13 In the hospital here and may recover. ; The Coroner of Nevada County took charge of Engineer Jodon's body. No particulars have been received as to the cause of the accident, except that one of the trains ran Into an open switch. EUREKA, Oct. U.— An incendiary set three fires jn Pythian Hall at Ferndale last night, where the Native Daughters of the Golden West were entertaining 'one hundred guests. One fire was started In the rear of the' building, among some boxes; one was set in a second-story wood room and the third in the lodge kitchen. AH were discovered before much damage was done and were extinguished by the fire department. :'¦'¦¦ Sets Fire to a Hall in Which Fern- dale Native Daughters Are En tertaining. INCENDIARY IMPERILS THE LIVES OE WOMEN view. Train Runs Into Open Switch at Lake- COLLISION COSTS ENGINEER'S LIFE The Chestnut Waltz Party will give an entertainment and reception at Saratoga %u ary streetl Tue s<3ay evening next The Country Club held its monthly meeting at Mrs. J. c. Mowry's of Mowrys Landing on Tuesday last. There was a arge attendance and a number ot vis noTo 8^^ f the club study , is aaSg pology, and two papers were read, "Mu sic, Dancing and Games," by ' Mrs Hud M n Ot r N !%*' and " Anclent " «lnS»""£ Mrs GrifHn of Irvington. Mrs. J c Hume of Berkeley was present and gave an ¦ enthusiastic and interesting talk on "Early History and Landmarks ' of Call" was a gold watch, open faced with chain attached. Two pairs of eyeglasses, a pocket knife, a black -leather wallet, a pair - of kid gloves and several | dollars v/ere the other effects found on the body. The Initials on the shirt had been cut away, as had those on a handkerchief, which was found near where the body lay. -A thirty-eight-caliber revolver lay near the dead man. An inquest will be held on Monday. < --, ; ;- SUICIDE HIDES HIS IDENTITY City, Nev. — L ..A. "Ray. Liverpool — John Joyce Miss Joyce. U. S. navy — Dr.Fiske and wife. Philadelphia— Mrs. S. J. de Solms. San Mateo — J; E. Day. Mr. and Mrs. E. Burns, Mr». O. Schakelford. . Mrs ; " I,; James, Master. Rlx Jr.. : W, I. Burns, Marguerite Burns. Oakland— F. L. Kalser.'Mrs. AV. L./ Wurts. Rlba Wurts. Los Angeles— Mrs. H. C. Allen. San Rafael — Mrs. E. Fox. Mrs. L. H. Richardson. Vallejo -t-C. H. Lewis. City, of Mexlco-^M. C. Aros. Tallac— Mr. and Mrs..W. L. Cobb. . Coluaa— B. A. Murry.' San Jose — H. J. Klmball. Los Gatos— L. " S. Reynolds. New York— H. J. Hart and son. 'Honolulu — C. C. Green Jr. •Indian apolis— F.sWi-McLauffhlin. San Mateo—F.Hol lister. ••¦•-; . ¦ -.. ¦ ¦;¦ ¦ ;..¦ BYRON HOT SPRINGS: From San Fran clsco-^-Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shalnwald, William G. Barrett. S. Hertzmann, ,D. Schaffer.- 0tto von Geldern, James Plerono, Mrs. E. Strouse, [Gilbert HaeseU, C. M. " Shumaker. Harold Blanchard, R. F. - Mackenzie. Mrs. Mackenzie and daughter.. ,O. H. .Greenwald. Leon Sloss, D. M Delmas. .wife and grandchild. Max Sa.1 'oman.'Ed Dennlgan. William F. Lltzius and • wlf«. G. H/ Demannes. C. P.' Brant. Dan Pi Carter. David. Balrd. T. F. Holts, Mrs. W. E. Davis. Harry - M. - Campe, O W. Perkins and wife. William H. Borgfeldt. Meyer Friedman, -I WllHam B. May. From Frenno — 8. L. Wylle. 3. A. Benham. From Sacramento— George W. Hack and wife. From Merced— C. D. Radcliffe, E L. Martjn. Vallejo: A. J. Larsen. Lodl : W. Brooks Jones ' and wife, -Bakersfleld; John B. Azei-ido. Newman: W. Nelson, -L. Seabro.ok. Bakersflf Id ; M. GeUenhofer. F. H. - Eber, San Leandro; Mollie J. Commins. Mrs. A. M. Der by. Oakland; J. B 4 Johnston. Benicla; Joe Lewis. Sacramento: Miss Foulkes. San Rafael; George- Johnson, Pleasanton; Mrs. G; W. Bates. Lloyd Bates. Bruce Ba\es. Portland, Or. ; E. Hilker, Chicago i A. W. Bacon. | U. S. N.; H. S. Rartcllffe. Lexington. N. C; L. M. Stewart, ' St. Louis. '.- My course, therefore. Is clear. My friend* can only help me by voting for Frank \V Leavitt for State Senator as he in turn will be able to vote for me . In caucus. And what I have . laid about Mr. Leavitt applies with «qual fore* to every other Republican nominee upon the ticket. Tours very truly. > , , - GEO. C. PERKINS. Senator Is Only for Regular Nominfee3 of Republican Party. OAKLAND, Oct. 1L— United States Sen ator George C. Perkins .has announced himself as supporting all of the regular Republican nominees for the Legislature in this county. The position of Senator Perkins is made clear in a letter that was written in reply to a question as tp how the Senator stood in regard to the con test now on in the Sixteenth Senatorial District between Frank W. Leavitt, the Republican nominee, and C. L. Pierce, the Labor Union candidate. Mr. Pierce has always been a Republican, and some seem to think that Senator Perkins would find . him satisfactory, -but the United States Senator announces himself for Frank W. Leavitt In the following let ter; _ OAKLAND. Cai:, Oct 10. 1802. Dear Sir: I am In receipt of your favor of the Sth inst. regarding the Sixteenth Sena torial District, located in Alameda County, and at present represented by Senator Frank W. Leavitt of Oakland. You say that my friends In the district have been Informed that as between the two present candidates for th« SenatorshlD. to wit, F. W. Leavitt and Charles L. Pierce. I have no personal prefer ence. Inasmuch as they are both' for my con slderaUan a 8 United States Senator. I am glad to have tils opportunity to ex press myself upon this subject, as it has been a very annoying one to me since the present campaign opened. My position Is this: Frank W. Leavitt is the regular Republican nominee for State Senator; Charles L Pierce Is practically an Independent candidate. My appeal for , re-election to the United States Senate can only be made to a regular Repub lican organization. If Mr. Pierce were elected h« would not be a member of that organiza tion and could not participate In the cau cuses of the Republican . party. On the other hand, if Mr. Leavitt is elected he becomes part of that organization by reason of his nomination by a regular • Republican conven tion. In other words. Mr. Leavitt can vote for me and Mr. Pierce cannot; that is.-in llL; Republican, caucus where the Senatorial elec tion Is virtually determined, f LAU5EL. DE^.L; ; From" San Francisco — G. W. Wheeler. F.T. Martens. C. j. Kelley. John Kelley, Mrs. L,. J.- Winters, Mlss'X Rosa, Mr«: May Rosa, James. G. Crocker. T. J. 'MendeUon, Mrs. ..V. Mendalson.. Howard'-,' -Mendelson, Charles B. Brunlng, Chris J. . Bruning-, J. L. Baker,- Mrs. T. BaUer. . From Oakland—Kd ward.Hume. H G ; Cullen, John Cullen, Peter C. Lucey. -¦» From Seattle-^E. P.: Peterson, Mrs Annie Peterson. Miss Lulu Peterson. • From Salt Lake City — George F. Turner, Joseph C. Barry. From Boston— B.T. Falrchlld. From San Dleeo— P. Ca Connelly. .. -. . : ...-.- SJEIGLER SPRINGS: From.San Francisco— B. J/ Burn*, p, T. Sullivan and wlfe,~ Sam Growney.-E. A. Goodwin, P. Connihan F J Corcoran,- Miss B. Sexton, Miss Nellie Sexton, J. ¦ Michaels, Sol Gets- and --wife,- R. M. Duffy, D. Coffey,- : MUs .¦ M. •..An drews, Miss A. Edtvardg, CharJcs Wlnk-' ler, . Edward Davis, Miss E. . Datley. Fralik Scott, Peter Flynn, Dan Ellis. From Lakc port—A H.-Spurr. From Oakland— M;> Farrc) I. T. J. Blllesback and wife, Fred .George • Dan Sweeney. From Rio Vista— E. W. Weatgatc R. Thompson. From los Angelei^Dr. J. R. Colburn and wife. : J. W. Chase and wife. From Little Rock. Ark.— M; M. Cohen. From E: ml ' -a — F - M. Scott. From. Winters — N. Major. From Cloverdale— P, McKenny, 'Ed Hanley. I From Eureka— Henry Morptson. Charles Kane. MATEO: From San Francisco— J. M. Blaine, W. S. Castro. G. I. Taylor Mrs A. P. Mackle. F. G. O'Kane. E. W. Jackson. Dr; F. Lux, Mrs. G. L. Smith. Miss Maude Smith. Mrs. F: Barr!oIet.'F. A. Shepard. Bur llngame — W.^ Donnolly, wife and child. .Ray RESORTS. PERKINS IS FOR LEAVITT. • -• • ; , - ; — .' of the State" Printing OfflcerSacramento, Is readable: . ; . of^Th^riii?^' *&%*$ 1902.-TO the Editor ti !*. C , aU: In your *"«•¦<>«- October a, tu Btate^l?n~ a ° n < W th ; i , poUUcal ou tl<x>k In thlb "fiJi •P pea ™ , the following paragraph: to ,ti£iii* pubUcan _ 6tate Committee continues of T^^L* 1 ?? 01 "" 3 ? 111 * "ports- from, nearly all Ctotm^t «??h UeS Of - th *' St * te - -Sacramento S?^f Jf ?*% oae « xce P»°°- The reports from the capital, do not.»lTe assurance of Repub aDa?hv u*\ ** t0 '»«»<«* T °r the reported mS wA i S . gBaeralI r r * m *«-ked that Sacra th- % i» not /«<»«ni««d in the make-up of SSrk^h 1 . 1 ?*^^ Ml***- ItiB "rther re fS T^i that th * »«»=he8 of the State Prlnt iSfn° ffl £* Y 9 <" s erun«*d because JW. 5ohn ?o? eir^n b ?Z, held *"• offlce °', State Printer lnJ h Offi n<ler ? I(r ?. ed attaches 01 the State Print thfm°« Ce< " feeIln^ tha t the above item puts «?~ » ln a vroas Ji « ht Mo™ the public de !^* t0 «y that the statements therein are n^ 1 ? lncorr , ect as to tbelr atUtude n ihl evfrt L? nf*^' and tn «t they aw each and n. °L« D * of t* 6 ™ earnest supporters of the C P^rtee" candWate for Goverrfori Dr? George x. M. Gunn. Grove J Flnx W P Whitn S 01 ! D Fr Q Vr Kw f «b FrankCooCThomal Perl 8i, • Kojmlnsky, J. I,, winslow. E. W Puneton. Jesse' Podd. B. F. Gorman; X. T> Collln*. J. J. Helm. J. F. Crelghton WUllam 2.45-fflri!;' %2#tsstfs: Fwit vJf^i y -T Jamea F - Lyon - R- P. smith. I71 5« t Sflcldo. James Johnson. W. C. Hart C. L. King. J. T. McNlff. M. F, Rowlalid.' George S. Marshall. J B ThompionT T^* Ball. H. H. Maloney.*A: c. Franc?Jc£ J w Plant. W H. Hicks. PT.SnRAleT: ander. John T. Stafford and J.-M Hlgglns ¦P.- "i F. p Dundon,:- Miss ; Dundori and Miss Elizabeth jDuridoii- left ,la8t '.week; for Washington : and Brjtish Columbia. Mrs. Henrietta Frledberg. announces the bar mitzvah of her,, son Miltbri' on Satur day, October" 18. Vat" Gaary.street Temple. Reception at her * residence/ '914 O'Farrell street, Saturday afternoon, Optober ' 18, from 2 to' 5. '•"'' "... '• '¦';¦ '• '¦,, l 7.. ' ' \ Miss Ikiuise Meyer of . Los' Angeles will be at home, 1640 Vallejo" street; Wednes day afternoon,"- October 15, from 3 to 5. ¦ ; General and Mrs. Evan Miles registered at the Hotel; Savoy on Sunday ; last* after an absence of four months from the city. General Miles has ; been alarmingly. 111 -for the last month; and it was considered ad visable for him to enter the Presidio' Hos-'j pital. He ia under the care of Major Wil liam 'Kendall, . surgeon in charge of the general' • hospital. General Miles com manded one of the brigades that captured El Caney in the late General Henry Law ton's division: While in Cuba General Miles was taken seriously 111 and '¦ has Jiever fully, recovered from the • fever and hardships of that campaign; For a year and a half prior to the war with Spain he commanded at the Presidio. General and Mrs. Evan .Miles are well known and Iden tified with the State of California,' having been stationed, here for many years, and during their residence .here have made many friends who have. fully sympathized with them during the last four years, which have been^ overcrowded with illness and. sorrow. Their . daughter, the ; - late Mrs. Lincoln Kilbourne, was greatly be loved and admired by | all- who knew her. She was born at Sacramento, California Dr.-Fred -B-. Sutherland of -.-the -Phelan .building left San . Francisco - on Tuesday for^New.York. *. :,.. ¦ •.. .. i .. ¦. : ,-. Mr. -and Mrs. Charles Franklin Mason returned recently from their wedding tour through : the northern part of 'the State and will receive their friends Wednesdays at their -residence, - 4122 Twenty-fourth street. . > '¦';'¦•-. ¦.-.,.¦ - ' - . ¦ ¦.. ¦'......¦-, - Denis O'Sullivan will grive a concert be fore bis departure for London. This will be a. song recital next Tuesday evening at Sherman & Clay Hall. . . Mrs. ; O'Sullivan and her two children, wlth.Miss Edith Ladd and Joseph O'SuI livan. join Denis O'Sulllvan in New York on the 25th and sail on that day for their home in England, Joseph O'Sullivan goes to Paris to study^ under Spriglia, hl» brother's master. / "y ¦ v. . . -PERSONALS. $ Miss Leontine v Schwarzschild-' has re turned from the: north, accompanied by Mrs. Gus Harris and son of Olympian. •. | Mr. and, Mrs. C. Greenewald have re turned to their home in Sacramento /rom .their honeymoon, ' : : ,- A. garden.' surprise party was tendered to Miss Mollle McCormick at her resi dence, 1520 Eleventh avenue, South San Francisco, on Saturday evening, Septem ber 27. After indulging j In . games and dancing the guests partook of: a repast. .Those ; present were .Misses Mollie Mc- Cormick. Alice McCormick, Lulu Ervin, Ethel"" Hyde', Edna StummleV Gertrude Orherti Tlubfe Davis, Nellie Rellly, Lillie Wisfeel, Annie- JLagrav^i Florence Frletas, Maud Sp.enker, McCabe, Stella Larlos, Libbie KearpB.Maud Hagen. ie ona Ayhnes/. James Kcarns, Walter Ulch ards, Arthur WickV,* Arthur Briierr John hie Dirks/ -Elmer -Leary;. Edward^Noh- Will Barry, Tom .O'Connor, Willie Foley Steve Turner, Willie Suhling, L. A.. Smith Johnnie Moholy. Mr. Foble, Tpm Q'Day Frank Boise. Mr. -Smith, Mr. Moran, Mr' and Mrs. • McCormick, Jacx Reilly,- Cap tain Wesipler. Henry Hullhg, Charles Mc- Devitt. Walter Johnson, Walter Rosner Roy Pyle.-Sam Olsen and Pat Casey. A surprise party and' farewell" dinner were tendered to Mr. and Mrs." Theodore Wohler by Mrs. Wohler's sister, M'rs' Charles Franklin Mason, at her elegant rftsidenee, 4122 • Twenty-fourth street Thursday evening, September 25, prior to their, departure for thejr new home in Chico, where Mr. Wohler has extensive' business interests. Covers were laid for nineteen. After dinner . the guests re paired to the parlors, where about fifty friends surprised the party by appearing on the sidewalk with a band of music Dancing was then inaugurated and kept up till the early hours of the morning. CLUB PARTIES .The. ladies of the Channlng Auxiliary will give a reception on Wednesday even ly n l Xt a ,* 8 °' clock In the, Unitarian r Church parlors, corner Geary and Frank lin streets. ' < . Mrs. Lippi, Mrs. Nelson, Miss Mamie de SpaVr, Miss Maud Benson, Miss Kathryne Ryan, , Miss Sousie Amiot. Miss Mamie Nelson, Miss Clara Linden," Miss Josie Fernandez. Miss Zena Fernandez, jj Miss Alice Nelson, Miss Carrie Nelson, MJss Josle Q'Nell, Miss Annie Ahem; Miss An nie Crought, Miss Kathryne Relden. Miss Flossie Stevenson, Miss Ad ell Myer, Jack Ewing, Armond Amiot, Jim Leary, Jim Murphy, C. Booth, S. Miner, L. Oleavey, E. Smith, A. Llppl, C. Lippl, Joe Lippl, Leo Scalione. Bert Paollnelli, Robert de Spair, John Leary. M. McDonald, John -Kamna and Ben Cullarn. . . On Saturday evening, September 27, a pleasant surprise party, was given In honor of Miss Jennie Amiot by her friends . at the residence ; of Mrs. Ede Sparr, '. 3417 Twenty-sixth street. Among those present were: . - Mr. and Mrs. ; P. P. Christensen, 141 Vicksburg street, gave a housewarmlng recently to friends. Covers were laid for twenty, and all enjoyed the merry event. F. Clark, of Memphis, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. H. Stettin and Miss F. Stettin, Mrs Gen eral R.'^.; Friedrich- and daughter, Miss G. -Friedrich of Alameda. Mr; and Mra. Alfred Jones. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Macks and , Mr. M. Casner. • /Miss Dora Peterson became the bride of Albert* Bassham.' at; Trinity Center. Sun day, September 28. ;The weddlng^ceremony was performed at the residence :• of : the bride's mother, Mrs.' : Peterson, "by \ Jus tice of the Peace H. D.- Barber. Many friends of the bride' and groom were pres ent. Mr. Baesham j was attended by his brother, Willie Bassham, and the bride was. attended by V Miss Emily Peterson, her. sister. Mr. ¦ Bassham is a deputy sheriff. . '•.-..' ¦"::".. :': ''¦_¦ ¦; : \."-' ¦ • •;.-; Tha bride was attired in handsome white silk and carried orange blossoms. ' "¦¦ ' : ENGAGEMENTS. - The engagement* is ; announced of Miss Blanche Allenberg •. to Max , Beck. They will receive on Sunday/, October. 19, be tween 2 and 5 p. m. at 1166 Page street. 1 HOME PARTIES. ; A delightful- entertainment was, held on Monday evening [ last at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.!"j.. Graf, 390 Frederick street. The occasion was ' the birthday of Mrs. 3raf and the anniversary of her wedding lay, which took, place five years ago. It was also a house warming, they having recently purchased and moved into ihis yery cozy. home. , The entertainment con iisted of an elaborate dinner, after which, singing, recitations, dancing, etc., was in jrder. The guests were: ' Mr. and Mrs.' J. J. Rauer, parents of Mrs. Graf; Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Clark, Mrs. WEDDINGS. >g _^ -^HE edict is 'rapidly going forth I that the coming winter is to • /[ I be one of dances in the social - \\^ \^f 'world. A number of balls are >>»»_/ already -being for . charity, and even the coming-, out teas are giving way to the delights of the two-step. Several of this season's buds express their wishes to make their initial bows at a german, and as this .precedent is being established; In Washington o"ur bright girls/ will not be far. behind. f ornia." ... Miss Miller '¦¦ 6t Centerville fa vored with a piano solo and Mr. Blacow with two vocal selections. • The Novem ber meeting will; be held at Mrs. Marion Alowry's residence,'- Irvingtori. " • ; The members of the Entre Nous Cotillon wiJl open their season with an ' assembly and german . on Friday evening, October 24, at the Palace; Hotel. , ' , TA Pleasant outing' was enjoyed Sunday, September 21, on Gravel beach, Bay View, W affair 1 being a clambake and barbe cue, conducted by Mrs. W. F. Sylvester. Those present were:.- Mr. and Mrs, F. W. Sylvester, Mr.* and Mrs. C. N. Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. TIerney, Mr. '¦ and Mrs. A. J. Widman.VMr. and Mrs. L. Wolters. , Mrs. Mary Wurtz, H. G.\Wldman Sr.. Mr. ' and Mrs. H. Heeseman.'Mr. and Mrs. J. Lund holm, Mr. and Mrs.J. Sullivan;: Mr. and Mrs. X.. Brunig,' Mr.' anji Mrs. TV. Wal ters,, Mrs. Morris,: Mr* and' Mrs. McNa mara, Mr. and Mrs.- Goldsmith, Mr. and Mr3. ; - J. Cole, Mr.Jand Mrs. Flon. Miss Lizzie. TIerney,- Mr. and Mrs. J. Lagrave, E. "Walters, Miss Gartrude ; Rowlings. J. O'Hara, C. Cole, 4 Miss Gertrude Cosgrove, Mr. Green, Mr. McSwaJn, Edward Shay, Mr. Myers. Miss' Sadie O'Hara, M!sa Zuea Gider, Mr: : Muir, Mr. Snider. Laur etta Sylvester, V Arthur' Pratt. Leola Syl vester, Hazel McSwain.: Neal McSwaln,' Alice Cole, Lorlne' Lagrave, . Luriah La grave. Kathlyn'-rWidman, Ruth Heese man,. Robert Brunig, Audrey Brunlg, Eiflein: Walters.'.Frank Walters, Reglna Walters, Tillie Goldsmith, Louie Walters and Raymond Green., ' ; Society Events Raisin Packets Will Strike. FRESNO. Oct lL-The differences be tween employes of the raisin-packing houses and their employers will probably result in a general strike on Monday. A meeting was held to-night and an unsuc cessful attempt was made to' adjust the difficulties. Over 100,000 hogsheads of tobacco are i^^J?* st^ r * at L I ve n>ool. which has the largest tobacco warehouse In the world. 32 THE SAN FBANCISCO CALI« ? SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1902. ' ADVERTISEaCENTS> I B. 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A Lli WOMEN ;'• OF REFINED ; SENSIBIL.I- ... tlea l have an Inborn abhorrence for wrin- kles. . and fit Is a solemn obligation devolving upon 5 every woman, to preserve those youthful charms j'-^ith :*j which nature endowed her and wh^ha|jg*». essential to her T happiness.--'; ; - ! • ¦The^ali^ ".picture chows the appearance . of the old; lady •wjiphas for the last two yeara be«n ron '¦- exhibition ; dally at' our • Institute in San Francisco. % with the' sagging cheek and double chin corrected ' on one side df; her face and: the* deep wrinkles entirely removed from the same , side; to "show,; what our ;7-day wrln- klo : , remedy iwlll do.-' -Her. appearance never falls -to: convince all .who see her , that our 7- day wrinkle: remedy is the sreatest. discovery .of, the" age. ¦-.'-„¦ ¦¦;. ¦?'¦,-, ; . ¦¦• -__?¦;. \, ' \\ \ t -\ : : .¦ ' j We are always " pleased ; to have ladies - call to nee her— it Is free. :i . ;. v ;.- g Call or, address j NEW YORK | INSTITUT13 OF DERMATOLOGX, 239 , Geary . street (be. tween Powell and | Stockton); ¦ San Francisco. 9 PaclHc Coast distributors f or * .. ; DE3;BEER8 ( ; SKIN; TONIC. ;.' A new-*dlscovery"for'wWnkle(»; superior to all .other wrinkle remedies.' ¦-; Absolutely harmless For. sale at our Institute (ask reception lady) and at Lion -Drue Store, V corner ' Market "and . Stockton": streets.- 1 . , None Ke&uine without. De Ecers' signature' and fphotograph on • bottle." ;'.' Writ* for- sealed" circular. / .•;'.;¦ . ¦ ' . '- , * ; . ... , o NEW SILK COATS Our Styles Are Uncommonly Bcautilvl—Ovr Prices Are Vnapprcachab'y Low. , These picturesque garments.- are In h£gh favor with beauty-lovin* womeij and their ; popularity is Bteadlly growing greater.^ We have a bU and nS^did *u£k «f thlV> And the way they're selling proves our styles and pries right We do^'t know ?f a store anywhere that gives equal e! ?S ance for the wme money. - nOW ,° f • AT fl7.5O-COFFEH COAT; the Jaunty 18-lnch length- made with shaWl collar . and new style sleeves, which are tight fitting at the. top with box nleitF f£nin£ from the elbow. f> the hand. .The colter to onuS^nW with wStete3 mJ*S - farge saflor coflar wMch FtaSS ln ' r0Tlt » nd b «c k : * u " bell sleeves and i 8 riTme^^th C0^ e t W Xa l9 an^^^^ Tpimmed Hats $10.0fO, -^ trom f5 to ladi^«a^y^ W w A^arm^n;« U1 | U ' tratiris >th * I»tist fashions In furs. mUllnery and rcquflt. - ?¦£>£; "* f •• U naW ready - and wUI »* «ntto any address upon Dry Goods =BARGAIN $•=¦•-= Blankets and Sprczids On Monday the following PREPARED BARGAINS to close out BROKEN LINES will be of fcrcd and kept en sale until they are completely forced out; *iS0 40 Pairs DOUBLE BED WHITE BLANKETS * J^TcsS $5.50 V Pairs DOUBLE BED WHITE BLANKETS $ 4 1 5 $150 HEAYY WHITE ENfiLISH MARSEILLES SPREADS $2^,25 1 > •; •• '• - " ;/ " : - : ' ' - -' - • o - Hemmed Sheets. Hemmed Pillow Slips.^ Sizes 63-90 72-90 81-90 90-90 In. Sizes 45-36 ; « c -j6 f :w-76 in Prices 45c 50c 55c 60c each Prices 10c } lie "V.lijJc each Hemstitched Sheets. Hemstitched Pillow Slips. Sizes 72-90- 81-90 90-93 in. Sizes 4-5-38 ; 50-38 0408 in :- Pnces 60c > 65e 75e each Prices 17^C 20c 22#e e-'ch 0 ; — /;. ,../. — — W Direct importation of SPANISH SILK RUGS ?fc'V/vrv each .......;... CITY OF PARIS DRY GOODS COMPANY, Geiry end StotsVton Strwfa, Vxaoi Sgaiti.- ADVBBTISEKENT3. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR FltBEl i RitEEi W£mM ind e MRs n . e A! y^ m T °a^' i^^^^ - t ."^ Wlth . the e 'ectrlc needle. Ei§ii'CL*«I *'- thout P aln 0 r scar. First 8lt- Bffi3S il *.jBy T> ' s - tTe *- s P e cial treatments rw —iSia f0T cur ' n e dandruff and falling fe»6gafeJ8wa out of hair. Skin diseases cured. t~*i&' u ~^£ : BP Wrinkles removed by electricity ¦ Hour» 1 tn * p. tn. HliMMERftE-fORi? ftyronJfiQiSprings •r . CONTRA COSTA. CO., 'CAI* - ' :, "- Fine hotel, modern Improvements, perfect appointments. Baits j with ¦ mineral baths.". -Watera ¦ and | hot | mineral; and mud baths euro rheumatism and malaria. : Address - MANAG3R ' LEWIS. Byron • Hot Springs, Cal. Call oh Lombard & Co., 36 Geary st, PARAIiSO^ SPRINGS. Th» leading summer and winter resort of the State. Send tor .beautiful" booklet to F, W 8CHRQEDEK. M«^.. or call at City Agent li Montgomery at.' -¦•¦.',«•¦•-.•..-. ".j.:,., -v-r* :-•;•: • ¦ ". ".•"> -'"THB 'GROVB,'* ¦ ¦ '¦. T'-' Lake Tahoe,halX mile east: of Tallac. Rates. S3 p«r day. $9 per week; meals, 60c; good sad. die bones and the best of H very; boats free' to aU guests. J. B. rPARMETER, proprietor. Kearny and Sutter Stsl^O>^^^^ M r Exceptional Sale of Genuine Tortoise Shell Combs A Tortoise SheU Sale- of great magnitude begins to-morrow, comprising hundreds of choice, ; nign-grade Shell. Combs— All new goods just purchased from a leading manufacturer at much less than market value:— ' -r/^ / ¦ . ' -. < <. ;.: ;•'.-."• \-i ••wJ* r You v/ill find represented in this sale the most popular styles in Side, Chignon - and Back Combs, also Dressing Combs, Hair Pins and Hair Retainers .—¦ In fact all the latest, brightest and smartest ideas in Parisian coiffure ornamentation. ; An opportunity; to . buy .Real ''Shell Goods 'for but little -more than what is usually paid for . imitation goods f .'";-. ¦-_¦" Side Combs; v 45c, 60c, 90c up to- $4.00 pair Dressing Combs. .$1.40, 1.75, 2.00 up^to 3.50 Neck Combs ........45c, 50c, 60c, up to $1.35 Hair Retainers 40c, 50c, 60c up to $2.50 Chignon Comb^. $1.00 1.35 2.00aip to 4.75 Hair Pins V... 6^c, 7c, 8c and UOc / Back Combs;.....70c, 90c, up; to $5.00 HeaVy Hair; Pins...l8c, 25c, 50c up to $2.75 We call the attention of Hair: Dressers to this sale ;: Special Blacfcl :Silk Sale >t ¦ Beyohd-a doubt the best-values in Black Silks ever offered •— A bargain opportunity of which our customers should promptly avail, themselves — Ridr-Bfack Fall Silks in the staplest of staple weaves, suclv^s Black Peau de Spie,:.Taffetas> Satin Duchess, Armures and Moire' Velours— all tine lustrous S.ilks-r-always in demand4Jwprth regular lj^^i.00— The entire lot on sale to*morrow 'it v r Sale -Price !?5c- per yard . ¦-¦>;• tb ;¦ ; ;^ : f *..^Fine^ : -L;aces;' .: Low, Priced <¦;. Many. of uthe most. fashionable trimming laces of the season found their way to us at astonish- ing y low prices, owing to clever. merchandising-The prices we quote below will give you Vn idea' ortne values we offer :'- . v. v , ' -. :: i\rf -¦/¦'¦ • ,; Black Chantilly - Galoons, 1 to 2 inches v/ide, value 15c yard.:..... ..now 8 > ¦ Black Chantilly Galoons, *2 to 3 inches wide, value 25c yard...... ...now I 2c Black Chantilly Galoons,; 3 to .4 inches wide, value 40c yard... .now 20c, Black' Chantilly Galoons, 4 to 6 inches wide, value 60c yard now -30c ¦ :; Lookato^ Robes— aren't they magnificent i ' > / S0M$S^^}^%^^^MM ets Reduced § m sively used. for_ Vestibule/ Sash, and Window Curtains^ marked at these prices to close : r Arabian Nets, 16 inches wide, were '-:50c "yard .......; ..now ) s% f* l i^?^ wide ' Vwere"6CJc5yaTd^^vi; 'now > -4 ¦ Arabian^ Nets,; 29 \inches/wide; iwere^jSOc yard now (^^-'v- Notable Values in Bed Spreads whe^S^esJd^ to " m0rr r SeVeralli^ SOf Bed S P reads - va!uestha twill be hard to duplicate g0 ° d Q0r White Bedspreads, Marseilles pat- (T>i oc- weight atfd serviceable. AJC terns in raised satin figures.." $1.35 ¦; ; White Crochet Bed, Speads, extra $1 ,r White Marseilles Spreads, extra' *cs .¦heavy-andJarge size w ............. ..$LD -l^rge, choice designs, worth $3.^) „. $2.25 - vji-c-dL yiiiDrciia opeciai ] I W9J^m0^mMm0M Sip •; Twilled Union Serge Umbrellas-^uar<inteed qualft^ i ,^^nd 28 jnches,,close rollers, paragon frame, steel rods/cas^ and tassel-in in immense w Ih? 1 ] Sweaters $1.00 V^ool Shawls 50c ,Wrhe:^ maU ""j t ""££":