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T3LOOD HUMOURS, Skin Humours, Scalp Humours, Baby Humours and every •L^ kind of Humour, from Pimples to Scrofula, with premature loss of Hair, may now be speedily, permanently and economically cured by Cuticura Resolvent, greatest of Blood and Skin Purifiers, assisted by the external use of Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Soap* Thousands of the world's best people have found instant relief and speedy cure by the use of Cuticura Resolvent, Ointment and Soap, in the most torturing and disfiguring of ITCHING, BURNING and SCALY HUMOURS, ECZEMAS, RASHES; ITCHINGS and INFLAMMATIONS Thousands of Tired, Fretted Mothers,*of Skin-Tortured and Disfigured Babies of all ages and conditions, have certified to almost miraculous cures by the Cuticura Reme- dies when the best medical skill has failed to relieve, much less cure, Cuticura Treatment is local and constitutional — complete and perfect, pure, sweet and wholesome. 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PRICES: Cutlcnra Ke.olTem, 3Ca per bottle (in tbe form of Chocolate Coated Pills. 25c per Tl*l of 60); Cuttcura Ointment, 60c per box, and Cuticura Soap, 85c per cake. Send for the *reat work, "Humours of tho Blood, Skin and ScaJp, and How to Cure Them," 64 pare*. 300 Disease., with Illustration., Testimonial, and Direction. In .all lances, including Japanese "ana Chineee. British Depot 27-28 Charterhouse So., London. E. C. Trench Depot. 5 Sue de la Faix, Part.. AurtraUan Depot. B. Towns & Co., Sydney. POTTER DRUG AHD CHEMICAIi COR- TQILATZQX, Sole Proprietors, Boston, V. S. A. Kfjgl • ««*"»« v "- THE SA:N T FBAlSCISCb CALL, SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1903. AJ v jej-Ll ia.h kuujx 1 S. WIND FORSAKES YACHTING PARTY High School Principal and 16 Pupils Spend Night at Sea. Weather Tempts Them to the Heads and the Tide Does the Best. Tempted seaward by a gentle breeze from a favorable quarter, Professor Bar ton Cruickshank, principal of the Cogswell Polytechnic High School, on Friday after r.con sailed the yacht Anna, with sixteen of his puplla aboard, beyond the limits of the harbor. When out between the heads the yachting party was deserted by the ¦wind, and the tide, which happened to be running out, bore them away on Its bos om to a long night of drifting about the bar. One of Crowley'a launches went to the yacht's assistance yesterday morn ing and after landing the half starved passengers returned to the Anna and towed her to her moorings at Moiggs wharf. Some time ago Principal Cruickshank planned to take a party of his pupils on a short yachting trip. Friday was a par ticularly line day and bright and early in the forenoon with Professor Cruick shank, eleven girls, five boys and a chap eron for passengers the Anna slipped her moorings and headed out into the bay. Cruising proved hungry work and short ly after noon all hands - piped below, \\ here luncheon baskets were opened and speedily and modt completely emptied. "When the last sardine had been' swal lowed and not even a crumb remained of the generous feast, it. was decided to take a run out as far as .the heads and then home and ashore in time for dinner. With well lined stomachs the Juvenile tailors made rare sport of that - flying dash for the harbor entrance. • When the attempt was made to. return, however, it v/as found that the wind had gradually withdrawn in favor of the tide and that the current was taking the Anna to eea. After drifting to leeward for a consider able distance the yacht's yawl was man ned and an attempt was made to tow her in. This proved labor lost and when one of the oars went adrift the attempt 10 row home was abandoned. Eefore this, however, darkness was set ting in, and, lost to the lookout station on Point Lobos, the. yacht went rolling along at the will of the tide. The early lunch eon was by this time more than complete, ly digested. Some of the youngsters be gan to get hungry. Some became sea- Bick and all hands got homesick. Through the long night the girl3 hud dled with their chaperon in the Anna's cabin and talked about the things they could eat. On deck Professor Cruickshank and his five boy guests kept a sharp look out for assistance. No help was forth coming, however, and at daylight yester cuy John Hyslop, the Merchant's Ex change lookout at Point Lobos, saw the Anna rising and falling on the swell of the windless bar. -Anxious relatives of the pupils kept the Merchants' Exchange telephone busy all of Friday evening with inquiries about the wind-bound yacht. She had been seen by Hyslop- when darkness fell and was then all right and this reply was the only comfort for friends ashore until day light came. When Thomas Crowley. the boatman, learned early in the morning of the An na's predicament he at once dispatched a launch to her assistance. The yacht was. towed inside the heads and anchored off the Presidio, while the launch hur ried to Melggs' wharf with the passen gers, some of whom were very seasick, but more of them awfully hungry. The launch reached the wharf shortly after noon and the Powell-street car was soon crowded with a party of giggling girls and boys with empty stomachs and very badly burned complexions. They were in high spirits, however, and little the worse for their adventure, which will provide most of them with something to talk about for a long time to come. MYSTERY SURROUNDS KATE HEISEL'S DEATH All Organs Found in Healthy Condi tion and Stomach's Contents Will Be Analyzed. An was performed yesterday, mornfng on the body of Miss Kate Heisol." who died last Friday morning in the sani tarium of Dr. Buchanan at 1436 Market street, but the surgeon's examination failed to find any cause for death. Morgue Surgeon Lulgl D. Bacisalupi reported to the Coroner that all that he had been able to discover that was abnormal In the body of the dead woman was a smaH patch on one of the valves of the heart, which might indicate death from syn cope. Dr. Buchanan stated to the Coroner that the woman, who was about 40 years old, had been under his treatment for about two weeks. On Last Thursday night she complained of a violent head ache and he pumped out the contents of the stomach to relieve her. She died on the forenoon of Friday. S Dr. Bacigalupi sent the stomach and contents to the City Chemist. . LOS ANGELES ENGINEER VICTIM OF BUNKO MEN George Roberts Arrested and Booked en a Charge of Grand Larceny. W. L. Parrs', an engineer from Los An geles, was accosted on Market street Fri day afternoon by George Roberts, an al leged bunko steerer, who gave him the usual talk about being a stranger in the city and escorted him to a rooming-house at 1314 Market street, vjhere two men wero playing cards. Roberts tried to induce Parry to take a hand, but he firmly de clined, and he then borrowed $S0 from Parry, promising to give Uiti his check to cover the amount if he should lose. Roberts played poker with the other two men and soon lost the $S0 and Parry was left to wonder how and where he would get the return of. the $S0. lie fin ally reported the matter to the police and Detectives Ryan and Taylor were detailed on the case. They arrested Rob erts at Fourth and Market streets yester day afternoon nml booked him at the City Prison on a charge of grand larceny. Coroner's Verdicts. Coroner's inquests. wore held yesterday and verdicts rendered in the following cases: Accidental death in the case of Mrs. Winifred .Donnelly, who was suffo cated by illuminating gas last Friday morning at 223'/= Sixth street. In the case of Lee Quock, who was shot in Cum Cook alley, on March 5, a verdict was returned to the effect that death had been caused by a gunshot wound at tho hands of parties unknown. Accuses Son-in-Law. Mrs. Leonie Ponclete, 423 Gate street, secured a warrant from Police Judge Mo gan yesterday for the arrest of her son in-law, Joseph Ponclete, on a chargo of battery. She said ¦ that some friends called at the house Friday nlprht and Ponclete objected. to them. lie started to throw one of .tne guests out, when the complaining witness interfered Ponc'cte struck her on the side with his clenched list v.. HOUSEKEEPING LINENS. This week we will have a special sale of LINEN GOODS and will offer extra values in Table Linens, Napkins, Table Cloths, Towels, Lunch Sets, Towelling, Tray Cloths and Center Pieces. 1 CASE BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK, full 2 BarlS 1 wide, In an elejant Yarletu of new designs ... $1.00 Yard qnn D0ZEN BLEACHED DAMASK DINNER NAP- OUU KINS; a Yeru heaYu ' aualltu and all aooi patterns S2.OO Dozen 1 CASE BLEACHED DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS, 1% 1 uards long, In 12 different designs.. $2. OO Each DINNER NAPKINS to match S2.5O Dozen qnn -DOZENEXTRA SIZE LINEN TOWELS, hemmed, OUU hemstitched and fringed; these ape in hoth Huck and Damask S3.OO Dozen 3 CASES TOWELLING In Glass, Roller and Huck shest ; come from 16 to 20 inches wide 10c Yard We have Just opened a new line of SCOTCH TENNIS FLANNELS, in stripes, Checks and Plain Colors; these are the.goods so much In demand for Shlpts, Waists and Dresses 35 C Yard Our Mail Order Department is most complete. All orders for samples or goods filled and shipped same day they are received. 111, 113, 115, 117, 119, 121 POST STREET. Hupp Pleads Not Guilty. John O. Hupp, alias Harry B. Tandy, pleaded not guilty yesterday in the United States District Court to the charge con tained In an indictment accusing him of having written an objectionable letter to Miss Xellie E. Ward of 319 Columbia street in this city. Hupp Is a discharged 80ldier. | I MAGNIN JTcCX | () C iifllfirpfi c Flrpccpc ll Kc vllllUl CII 5 1/1 C53W3 t> 'f* '( Sizes I to 18 years; in all the most fashionable fabrics 7$** \\ besf adaptable for serviceable summer wear. . FV« \S We present the largest variety of styles to be found any- 0\ where, having done everything possible to assure satisfac- ft tory garments. We take special pains to note that each 7\ S^ garment becomes the wearer. I\ Mi Absolute certainty of the most stylish and best obtain- // 'j) able wear for the price. This applies not only to goods \ M&k of the highest class, but also to those of moderate cost. A <®y of which we have a particularly attractive assortment. (*\J A CHILDRENS COLORED DRESSES— PA. and \^ \\ Ages 6 months to 3 years ; DUC U p >\ () CHILDREN'S RUSSIAN DRESSES— \\ /T White and colored material; ages 2 to 6 fl*-| f\f\ zn ,\ )j I) •years 4U.UU op JT Y CHILDREN'S WHITE LAWN DRESS- <TO AA and 48 Q ES— Ages 8 to 14 years »p£.UU up *9* $M CHILDREN'S DRESSES— Made of fast- fff Cfl a nd j\ Wmr color materials; ages 8 to 14 years up J\ Jf CHILDREN'S ANNAPOLIS and WEST T< A POINT SUITS— Regulation style; ages tfO CA and f / . 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Harcourt was driving a lame horse, and as he had been warned before not to do so the arrest was made.