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If interested, ask about it at 641 Mar ket street, San Francisco. The Santa Fe is the Best Way. • Santa Fe cheap colonist rates are good during ¦ March and April. You can pay the money here and the ticket will be de livered in the East by telegraph.* Why nut send? -><- tfiaHl^tiim»^i r W'^Mhi^\m&)IHm To bring your friends or mother or family from Eastern Ice and snow to the glorious climate of California is to do the best of all.'r- n The Best of All. Galen Clark, the Yosemite pioneer, was tendered a reception Monday by his friends in celebratfon of his ninetieth birthday and the publication of his book on the Indians of the Yo semite, which has just been Issued. A statement was read showing that nearly 1000 copies of the book had al ready been subscribed for and that the total profit would be more than $1500, all of which will go to the aged writer. J. J. Lermen, treasurer of the publi cation fund, presented Clark with a check for the balance on hand and paid a tribute to the late W. W. Foote, who was one of Clark's best friends. . Clark's health was drunk by all present. FRIENDS CELEBRATE THE BIRTHDAY OF A WRITER Austrian law permits boys and girls to marry at the age of 14 years. John Nelson was booked at the City Prison yesterday by Detectives Regan and O'Connell on a charge of bur glary. He is accused of entering rooms in the ¦ Winchester Hotel on Third street and stealing comforters, pillows and other articles. Accused of Burglary. We give special attention to prevailing forms and engrave visiting cards, wed ding tnvitatlons and announcements cor rectly and reasonably. Monograms, crest and address dies made to order. San born, Vail & Co., 741 Market st. • Wedding Invitations. Songs were sung by Mr. . Ballingall, Mr. Bremner and Mr. Bestandig, the latter giving an originaT composition depicting the thoughts, feelings and sentiments which were supposed to oc cupy Mr. Block's mind. > Complimen tary speeches were made by every one present. The menu was rather orig inal in Its way and was ornamented with a well executed picture of Mr. Block. . • The following named were present: L. Block, Dr. Newman, T. C. Wilson, R. Newman, E. Boyle. J. Lowenttial, G. St. J. Bremner, A. Clark, I. Cohen. S. Bestandig, G. Aurich, J. Frisch, A. Nicholson, [ H. B. Symes, S. Simon, . E. Newman. F. Simon. G. Sandy, J.' Sic- Manus, H. Maloney, I. Newman, J. Templeton, . Mr. : Nichol, F. McCarty and A. C. BallingalK Louis Block, who has been in the employ of the firm of Newman & Levinson for the last seventeen years, was tendered a complimentary ban quet by his -fellow employes on Sat urday evening last. The occasion of the function was the severance of Mr. Block's connection with the firm, as he is about to represent a large Xew York house on this coast. Cov ers were laid for thirty and the guest of the evening occupied the head of the table, while, opposite him Mr. Ballingall filled the office of chair man and toastmaster in his usual gen ial manner. Employes of the Firm of Newman & Levinson Honor Louis Block, Who Contemplates Change. Burt Short, who pleaded guilty in Judge Dunne's court to two charges of burglary, was sentenced yesterday to serve ten years irt San Quentin on each charge, the sentences to run con currently. Short entered the room of Mrs. R. A. Keener, 620 Turk street, on December 20, and the room of W. G. Howard, 800 Sutter street, on Decem-' ber 24. Burglar la Sentenced. POPULAR BUSINESS MAX IS BANQUETED BY ASSOCIATES Frank Ballard, alias Alan. Dale, an ex-convict, was tried before a jury in Judge Diyine's court 'yesterday on a charge of robbery. The jury was out only ten minutes. Ballard held up Thomas Cronin. an old man, outside a saloon on Commercial street, near Kearny, on October 19 and took a gold watch from him. The prosecu tion was weakened by the fact that Cronin had left the city, but his evi dence taken at the preliminary hear ing was read. Ballard will be sen tenced On April 5. Ballard's convictipn has given the greatest satisfaction to the Police De partment, as he was looked upon as one of the most dangerous crook3 in the city. He has* been known for years as a "knockout drops artist" and about a year ago he escaped con viction on a charge of having such drops in his possession, Judge Cook giving a decision that the ordinance under which the charge was made was defective. Ballard has already served three terms in State prison. Is'an Ex-Cbnvlct and Has Been Known for Years as a User of Knock out Droj>s. Screens In oak or mahogany. 5 feet wide and 5 feet high, tilled with the best silkoline. In all shades; the $3.50 quality for $1.50. • A GREAT SCREEN* SALE. A Beneficial Offer at Pattosien's Re tiring Sale. JURY FIXDS BALIiARD GUILTY. OF ROBBERY The cantata is to be given by a special choir of mixed voices under the direction of J. de P. Teller, organist n-n-d choirmaster of the church, and he; has been fortunate in securing som* of the best soloists from rhjjrches on both sides of the bay. Nearly all of the fifteen singers occupy solo positions o< prominence and the polo parts in the cantata are to be taken by Miss Beulah George, solo soprano of the First Presbyterian Church; Frank Onslow, tenor of Cal vary Presbyterian Church; Alfred C. Read, barytone of the Tenth-avenue Baptist Church of Oakland, and Harry L..-: Perry, basso of the First Congre gational Church across the bay. The assisting singers will be Miss Ruth Weston. Mrs. Blanche B. Young-, Mrs. M. E. Mead, Miss Rose Broderick, Miss Anne Flint. C. O. Henley, George W. Read and W. R. Kneiss. Rea Hanna ¦will preside at the new organ of the . hureh. which was recently recon structed and dedicated. An interesting event jto musi- lovers .¦wiH be' the presentation of Dubois* K&cred tantata, ."The Seven Last Words of Christ." at the Church of the Advent, on Good Friday night. The music was written for the Friday of i?assion week and nothing could be "ra6re adequate in giving musical ex lCr£ssion to the agony of the darkest of; the days which immediately pre •"•de-the Joy of Eastertide. At the Fame' time the music is not of the darkly solemn nature which has no ToQch of gladness, but there are on the o'or.trary many choruses and solo numbers which are rftythmical and full of- h&rmonies which bespeak the joy buX a few hours distant. \XiZX choir at t!u> .Church ; of the Advent. Beaut if ul Husic Will „ Be Suns by l'LA>T° PftEKEVTATION' OF I)lIiOIS'«.SACIXKI> CANTATA Yeong Cheong, a Chinese, also pleaded guilty to a charge of receiv ing stolen goods and will be sentenced on Saturday. He had several Chinese small boys employed to steal jewelry and other articles, paying the boys a small percentage of their value. The complaining witness against him was Quan Chong, a merchant at 824 Washington street. Fred Raabe Jr. appeared before Judge Dunne yesterday for trial on two charges of robbery. He withdrew his former plea of not guilty and^ pleaded euilty to both charges. The' Judge ordered him to appear for sen tence on Saturday. Raabe and two other youths held up Eugene E. Cerf of 1125 Octavia street at Post and Franklin streets on the night of January 10, taking from him a watch and $5. The following night at Octavia and Fell streets Frank Heissner of 1716 Bryant street was held up by Raabe and his two companions*. Raabe struck him on the head with the butt end of a re volver and relieved him of 53. Fred Raabe Jr. Pleads Guilty to Rob bery an'd Y"eons Clieone to Receiving Stolen Goods. PRISONERS SAVE CITY EXPENSE' OF TRIALS His report states that the main build ing contains twelve classrooms, two of which are built in the yard and a store on Broadway and Larkin street is rent ed for another class. In the main building are two basins without vents and one Is used at such Infrequent in tervals that the trap Is dry. The roof Is leaky and on the middle jioor the en tire side of one wall W^so drenched from the rain that all of the plastering has been loosened and the blackboards have been warped out of place. The lower rooms are dark and electric lights are necessary on cloudy days. The classrooms occupied by the youngest pupils are extremely dark. They are constructed of rough lumber and have weather strips that, do not keep out the rain. Dr. Tillman says that in one room he found a puddle of water that extended the whole length of the room. He also found the lava tories in a bad condition and says that they cannot be condemned too soon. Dr. Tillman's report will be acted upon at the next meeting of the Board of Health. Acting under Instructions from Health Officer D. F. Ragan, the dis trict health officers are inspecting the public school buildings as to their san itary condition. "The Board of Health is determined to have all existing evils corrected and where it is found that the health of the pupils is endangered, the school will be ordered closed until the necessary repairs arid alterations are made. District Health Officer Dr. Frank J. Tillman has filed a. report with Dr. Ragan relative to the condi tion of the Spring Vallev School on Broadway, between Polk and Larkin streets. Dr. Frank J. Tillman, District Health Officer, Files Report. UXSAXITARY SCHOOLROOMS. The world's greatest contralto, Mme. Schumann-Heink. will be heard in this city in three delightful scrag pro grammes at the Alhambra Theater Tuesday and Thursday nights and Sat urday matinee next week. The programmes will embrace some of the greatest arias ever composed for the contralto voice and songs by Schu mann, Schubert, Richard Strauss, Hugo Wolf, Arditi. Liszt and other great composers. No singer that'has been here with the big opera companies has had more friends and admirers than Schumann-Heink. and when the box office opens at Sherman, Clay & Co.'s to-morrow morning a long line of pur chasers may be expected. Great con traltos are rare and the public knows it. Schumann-Heink will receive a warm welcome. Mme. Schumann-Heink to Fill Engagement at Alhambra. ilMB. SCHUMA.VN-HE1NK, WHO WILL GIVE THREE CONCERTS IN THIS CITY. We realize .the Importance of this subject ; and petitioned, the Utilities Committee of the | Board of Supervisors at the time the items of j the bond issue were being considered to in clude in the bond issue a sufficient amount to cover coat of a thorough overhauling of all unsanitary toilet3 In the School Department, but unfortunately this item was left out of the bond lssve by that committee, under th<» belief that it might invalidate the entire bond issue. ¦ Be that as It may. the unsanitary ! conditions which you complain of and which | we are most desirous to remedy still exist anl j will continue to exist unless means are pro- ! vtded by the Supervisors for the Board of j Education to abate the nuisance. This bc«rJ stands ready and willing at all i time to co-or*rate with your honorabU board i In all matters that will Improve the general : bealth of our children and we respectfully i re-Quest that when the Board of Bducation j roes before the Board of Supervisors for a ' sr>ecial appropriation to lmDrove the sanitary j conditions of the schools that your medical^ experts will lend us *ueh assistance and give such explanations to the Board of Supervisors a* their technical knowledge of the subjects will permit. For the last tv;o years this board stands *>n record as havlnj: reported the unsanitary condition of this school and of many others in a worse condition to. the Board of Supervisors, v.-ith a request that an appropriation be al- Icwed thf* department to remedy the evil. With the amount of money allowed this de partment by the Board of sjupervtsora in the annual budget of the last two years it has been absolutely in;m<?sible to do more than !>ay the salaries or tbe teachers (amounting this year to over $1,020,000). and provide the necestary supplier, paint and make urgent repairs. -. President Roncovieri/)f the Board of Education s*nt a communication yes terday to the Health Board in answer to the Matter's request that immedi ate steps be taken to remedy the un sanitary condition of the drainage and 'plumbing in the Pacific Heights School. Roncovieri submits a list of schools which, he says, are in worse condition from a sanitary point of view than the Pacific Heights School. The communication continues:- F. H. Ames. C. S. Aiken, Kdward P. An tron. Leo E. Alexander, M. S. Alexander, J. W, Amraih, S. U Abbott Jr., L. Amsteln, E. L. Atkinson. Fisher Ames, H. U. Brand»n- Fteln. Paul Bancroft, Charles Brandensteln, II. F. Band. Fred W. Boole. Harry B/bcock. David Bush, Henry Brune. E. A. Bemhard. J. L.. lile'y. W. A. Beard. George C. Codding. E. R. Cutler, C. II. Crocker. R. A. Crothers. James Den man, William W. Deamer, Dr. A. A. d'Ancona. Dr. P. - de Vecchl. John T. Dare, B. F. Durphy, Arthur Elocsser, Charles W. Fay, A. R. Fredericks, M. J. Fontana. Thomas Fletcher. Sanford Sclsenbaum. William Gups feld. Kdmond Godchaux, H. K. Grecor. John P. Gallagher. John T. Gilmartln. F. Gottfried. Charlea H. Ham. P» S. Hubbard. L.. Heyne maim. Fre»l.F. HaUrht. William F. Harris. M. Heynemann. K. I* Heuter, R. B. Hale. John Galen Howard, Harrv Howell, A. G. Hager dorn. W. A. Irwin, David Starr Jordan. Kufus P. Jeunincs, Charles "YV. Johnson, Floyd S. Judah, Fred J.. Koster, T. B. Lyman, Colonel W. W. Lymar.. n. P. Lathrop, C. H. Morrell, George W. McNear. ! Constant Meese, W. H. Metson. Henry G. Meyer, John McNaught, F. P. McLennan. James McXab, F. V. Nelson, H. C. Norton. H. R. Newbauer. J. C. Nolan,-Ar thur G. Nason, Joseph O'Connor, Henry Payot, J. Flaw M. V. Politeo, Alex Peers, H. O. Paten, J. M. Patrick, J. I. Pedler., William Rleger, P. C. Rossi. D. L. Randolph, W. G. Richardson. David Rtch, Rufug M. Steele, W. D. Shawhan. H. H. Sherwood. Carl H. Schmidt. Charlea E. scnneely. A. Sbarboro, Charles Stallman. 1-Tank J. Symmes, Carl Schilling, N. Schmidt,, Thomas S. Smythe, George W. Tur ner, R. L. Toplltz. A. II. Vail. J. Parker Whitney. Parker Whitney. Fairfax H. Whee lan. William M. Well, T. J. Welsh,- Gustave Worraser, C. J. Wetmore. R. Ellis Wales, R. C. Warner. Walter J. Wilson. George Whlttell and Benjamin Ide WJ>eeler. The California State Board of Trade is arranging for a royal excursion of California merchants, manufacturers and producers to St. Louis. A special train will be rHn under the manage ment af the California State. Board of Trade. about the middle of May, when the Louisiana Purchase Exposition will be well under way. The expectation is that a large num ber of representative men of this State will take the trip, the purpose of which is to make at St. Louis a demonstra tion for California and also to afford an opportunity to journey to and from and view the exposition attractions un der the most favorable and agreeable circumstances possible. The Board c-f Trade "has selected the middle of May as tha time for starting because the weather will then be de lightful in St Louis and overland travel will be pleasant. Round trip tickets will be $67 50 each, first class and ninety, days' time will be given to return, so that the party going in a. body may re turn at leisure individually. Choice of routes returning is also given without extra charge. Secretary L. M. Fletcher of the Cali fornia State Board of Trade is mak ing the necessary arrangements, and reservations should be made with the board as early as possible. Mr. Fletch er's long experience as a railroad man! makes certain that the excursion will be well handled. All. the details for the third excur sion in this State of the California Pro motion Committee have been arranged. An extra Pullman car has been ordered to- be attached to the train at Los An geles and about twenty-live prominent men from that place will accompany the party on the trip to San Pedro, San Diego, Santa Ana, Riverside, Red lands and Pasadena, covering two days' travel. There will be included in the party representatives from the Sacra mento Valley Development Association, the California Central Coast Counties Improvement Association and the San Joaquin Valley Commercial Associa tion. Holders of tickets may make berth reservations on presentation of tickets at the headquarters of the committee, 25 New Montgomery street, to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock. It is particularly requested that those desiring' to join the excursion who have not yet regis tered do so at once. The following have registered to date: v.-ar<J says ft is now the duty of the poStea to ° see that the former practice of* keeping poods on the sidewalks is no'l again resorted, to. The iron foun dries have also, been notified to remove jnachiiSery and stee! billets from the fi<ie\j-alkji, < 'but on account of tfie heavy character of the "obstructions more tinse^Yiiil be given" for their removal than in 4^e ofker c^ses olted. clear the sid.ewqftcs! " Other warehouse man tl^t o are storing goods on the side ualks'will be«gfven notice to remove t-Jienioforthwith. .•Commissioner -Woodward stated that out of f eiglity noticf s served in the tiawptowji district but one had been disregarded, jind »the sidewalks are r!'T\v cl c «>ar of all obstructions". Wood- Th* 'board has already moved to the corporation yard at -Sixteenth and Har rison streets 5050 Jjrfcks Jhat for a long time obstructed the, s'id'ewalk in front of the store jind offices of the same concern at 21 1 DrumiA .street. There are still 16.000 bricks on' the "sidewalk, and a representative of the firm visited Commissfoner Schnjitz '.yesterday and bepgred that the remaining bricks be not removed to the corporation yard. He Said o arrangements would b* made to dispose of the brick. He was in i?rmed that the -firni would have to stand the expense °©f moving the 5050 !«ricks° to the corporation j'ar>i, amount ing fo° 530. 'which is pcactically the I«ene!ty for hia°fntainlng obstructions on the public sidewalks. ' Behmi't* stated th&t the matter of re irioiing, the° bricks in front of the firm's warehouse at th# corner *of Bat t«ry and e Union streets would be taken yvAer cadtfisemerit scri4 that the firm would be °griven a reasonable time to One of the offenders in that regard is the Hf nry Cow>ll Lime Com pany, which at present Jias.lOO.OJO.flre bricks upop the fronting iVb warehouse at the corner * of Battery and Union streets". .. The Board- of Public Works had unfte* consideration yester day the- matter of proceeding against • wners of warehouses wtto permit the FideVa!^ in front 6f tl^ir .'premises to i>e littered with goods tKat belong in *=id<» pt t!je* buildrhgs.. Notices will be served tip^rt the warehousemen to re move Btucb obstructions; a? in the case c£ wholesale dealer^ m-tfie downtown districts.' • " "••"' CHICAGO, March 29.— A child's testi mony reversed saved five men to-day from the gallows. The result was a striking parallel to the case in which a fortnight ago Millionaire Peter Van Vlissinger practically demonstrated that under police pressure a boy named Wiltrax had given false testimony, leading to the conviction of the boy's father, for murder. i ¦To-day's instance c-f j'OUthfuPunre liability under oath was in the case of William McCarty and four Polish young men, on trial far murder, the ¦witness being a little girl, Apollinia Starlsta, who first gave direct, straightforward, eye-witness testimony, apparently es tablishing beyond question the guilt of the men, and then repudiated her sworn evidence. In explanation c-f the remarkable change of front the child declared that she had been instructed how to testify by the widow of the murdered man. Charges against the prisoners were withdrawn by the State's attorney, the five men walking Out of' the dock free by order of the court. Promotion Committee Com pletes Arrangements for Trip to Southern Counties ]Un Oiie-Firm-Qut of Eighty Disregards the 'Notice to Remove tlie : Obstructions Will Co-operate With the -Health Board in Correct ing the Bad Conditions Charges Are Withdrawn and the Five Alleged Murder ers Obtain Their Freedom GOOD. WORKjBEING* DONE 3IONEY NOT AVAILABLE MANY GUESTS EXPECTED School Directors Want an Appropriation to Improve Sanitation of Buildings Board of -Works WilJ Order Removal op Goods* Stored by Them on : the Sidewalks State Board of Trade Will Run Special Excursion to the -St. Louis Exposition PBISOXEBS NEAR DEATH Girl Who Gave False Testi mony in Chicago Repudi ates Damaging Statements CHILD SAVES CONVICTED MEN BUSINESS MEN TO MAKE TOURS TO ASK FUNDS OF SUPERVISORS WAREHOUSEMEN TO BE WARNED NOTED SINGER WILL APPEAR IN CONCERTS THE SAX FRANCISCO GAt-L,, WEDNESDAY. MARCH SO, 1904. Portugal is the most illiterate coun try in Europe; nearly;,68 per cent of; her population cannot :write. • In Italy the proportion of Illiterates is 53 per -cent;, In i. Russia;. 36 :per; centr . in Spain,.* 9. per, cent, and in". Britain not quite '4 per -cent. - .-•' Mrs. Mary Shea, 32' Norfolk street, sedured a warrant from Police Judge Cabaniss yesterday for the arrest .of her husband, Michael, on a charge of threats to kill. She said she and her husband had been living apart and she had been, working hard to® support herself and familjv He was a heavy drinker and a victim of the, morphine habit and had frequently threatened to take her life. , ' 9 % AMXrSF.TfENTS. ' yOLURflsIA i« m& LAST 4 NIGHTS— MATINEE SATUttDAY. MARY MANNERINQ (Management Frank McKe«.) In Leo Ditrtchstein's New Modern Comedy. HARRIET'S HONEYMOON Next Sunday — German Performance — AlameJa Lustsplel Ensemble In "Das Opf»rlamm." NEXT WEEK — F. Ztezfeld Jr. Presents NAPOLEON THURSDAY 1OO PEOPI.E ' ' HANDSOMESf CHORUM IN THE WO. LD 5 big p: ...NEVV ACTS...v-> Fire Mowats; Muzuz and Maxett; Coakley and' McBrlde; Wesson, AValtcrs ami" Wesson; James H. Cullen; La Belle Guerrero; Taffnry's Dogs; Billy Clifford and Adelina Uoattino and Clara Stevens. Regular Matinees every Wednesday, Thurs- day, Saturday and Sunday. "Prices, lGc. 23c and BOc. • " -. \ ' CALIFORNIA f3 A MTSTEST E^ That Completely Baffles Solution. ANNA EVA FAY In her great sensation. "SOMNOLENCY" MATINEE FOR LADIES ONLT " a TO-DAY. - 1; H Sunday — America's funniest, biggest ¦ farce. MlFADDEN*S FLATS. . TIVOUSSB: SECOND WEEK AND TREMENDOUS SLXCBSS OT . Mr. Pickwick A Musical Comedy in Two Acts.. Based en Charles Dickens' Masterpiece. Initial Appearance Here ' «£ DORA DE F"lLLIF»r»E The Eminent Lyric Soprano. MATINEE SATURDAY. ¦ Hext— "THE BEOGAS &TUXH1ST.'* Usual , Popular Prices 25c. 50c and 73c Prcscenlum and Mezzanine Box Seats. .11.00 — ; ¦*¦* j ; COSTS B; NEEDED BUT I BY' LITTLE. ALL. An Ambitious. Funny Turkiah Lyric Comedy. That everybody should see who wants to be cheerful. Filled v.-ith actual . Novelties, Sengs. Dances. ... ' Specialties. RESERVED SiSaTS— Nls;nts. 23c, COc and T3c. Saturday and Sunday Matinee*. 23c and 50c. Children at Matinees. 10c and 25c. RacingipBll^ Racing OAKLAND RACE TRACK NEW CALIFORNIA JOCKEY CLUB. RacLnsr Each ; Week ' Da -. Rain or Shine. Six or More Races Daily v Races commence at 2:15 p. m. sharp. For special trains stopping at the track ta&a S. P. Ferry, foot of Market street, at 12. 12:3u, 1 :00. 1 :3O or 2 o'clock. No smoking In last two cars, - which ¦ are reserved for ladies and their escorts. - • . Roturnlns trains leave track at 4:10 and 4:45 and immediately after the last race. THOMAS 11/ WILLIAMS. President. PEBCY.W. TREAT, Secretary. ADVEBTISEMENTS. ADVEETISEMElTTa FIND the chair shine a convenience ? Can't call it a comfort Haven't you felt a cold shiver when black - daubed hands turned up your trou- sers ? And when you've paid your dime for a sticky coat of turpentine and lampblack you can't feel that your shoes are clean. , The " convenience " is a bit doubtful, too. Takes ten minutes at least. A three-minute session at home with Regal Shoe Dressing will give you a real shine; a smooth, clean, dura- ble, satiny shine for some- thing under a cent. (Incidentally a shine that dresses the leather — makes it pliant and supple.) At all Reg al Stores— 85 Cents. *">| THE -SHOE THAT PROVES There are 72 Regal Stores. 22 of them in Greater 'New York, where the styles originate. The new styles are on sale at our San Francisco 9*pre at the same time as In the New York Stores. \ San Francisco Store, Cor. Gear; & Siockion Sis HOTELS AND RESORTS. (New)BOTELBUTLER SEATTLE. - REMODELED ASD REBUILT at expense of J260.CC0— New Management— ENTIRELY FIREPROOF.— LOCATION— Very ( acceFsible to street c« lines, theaters, etc. • EUROPEAN PLAN. 22S ROOMS with LUXURIOUS BATHS— Several private rocma In antique decorations^. Turkish Baths tn Hotel. • ¦¦ . . i: UNSURPASSED JtSSTAURAXT. De Stel- jer. Chef, formerly of Waldorf-Astorl* and Chef to Prince of Wales. HOTEL ORCHESTRA: 'Telephone Connec- tions In every room; Ions; distance connections made with any part of the cea«t. Wire for reservations, at our expense. BXTTLER HOTEL. Seattle. PaiarA dont fail to i aiaw Me th§ beaotifta j COURT Lounging /Sflfl room, ibt EMPIRE aul * PARLOR, the r» j PALM ROOM, tho Iff*^ fifl LOUIS XV PAR- n 1 "'*¦'¦¦' DIES* WRITING Hoteis room- MISCELIi ANEOUS AMUSEMENTS. BASEBALL! "OAKLAND vs."SAN:FRANCISCO AT RECREATION PARK, , Eighth and Harrison sts. . ' Wednesday,- Thursday, Friday,' 3:30 p. m. > ' ... Saturday. 3p. m. ' '• Sunday. 2:30 p. m. Advance sale of seats at 5 Stockton -. st. - > : Ladles' days, Thursday and Friday, - Don't Forget This Is the Last Wednesday of the Month. There Will Be Something Doing ' At Pragers. Don't Miss It. II ALWArs RELIABLE | >* 1238- 1250 MARKET ST.A PBAGEES THERE IS A fa^ RIGHT WAY and a WRONG WAY ffl -—TO BURN N QAS ™ Z* i»^£rk Ia' 'Ley. rfS-v^stTsl 1 lHPlliaw|M| \» •>. „# CWKBHR C^jffiyfiTWTss '^"•^frSffwS^^ .^F^MSS3SBt t vV*"*' -^IHk \\ttgfc*isW vc '-^fftSr'w A burner with a "s-Foot" A burner with a "3-Foot" ¦tip consuming 5 feet of "Gas tip consuming 5 feet of Gas • giving Good light. J giving Poor light. If your Gas Burners arc unsatisfactory send zvord io the Gas ¦;¦' Company, addressing the "Gas Information Bureau." AKTTJSEME2ITS. MECHANICS' PAVILION ASBiPiJSK NORRIS & ROWE'S NEW BIO SHOWS CIRCUS, MBNAQBRIB MUSEUM, HIPPODROMB Just Twke Larz«r tbxa Ever Before 2-El&S BL / T v A A a T E ED 81GS=2 A NEW CIRCUS THROUGHOUT AEBNIC ARTISTS AND ANIMAL ACT02S ' \ -¦' ' Admission — Adults 25c: children 15c. Reserved teat; — Adults Etc; children 25c. Box seaU $1. THI3 WEEK ONLT— MAT SATCRDAT. > Mrs. ' fe 1 ? II)sea '» pl:^ F« !_. HEDDA IOI\y GABLER NEXT WEEK. Mon.. Tues.. Wed. and,' Friday, Saturday Thursday. i Mat!ne». Sat. Nixht. "DIVORCONS" "A DOLL'S HOUSE" &nd " and I "A BIT OF OLD "A BIT OF OLD CHELSEA."! CHELSEA." SEATS READY TO-MORROW MOFwNINQ. ALCAZAR Ira" __^_ General Manaxer. AT 8 TO-BIOHT — Mats. Sat. aad Su. LAST WEEK of Warner's Impressive Miracle Play, ...PARSIFAL... The music by an orchestra of Twenty. Eves.. 23c to |1. Mats. Sat. A Sun., 25c to 73a. Next MONDAT— Eadter Week Only. Augustus Thomas' A« |Ua (\tt\ot Famous Comedy. UlT lllfcJ yUlCt WUllam. Collier's Greatest Success. -v : --- Regular Prices Then Resumed. ' CENTRAL'-l? Market »t.. near Eixhth. Phone Soutb 439. TO-NIGHT, LAST fEJCr Ul I OTI CT% TIME OF THE intllUolLLlV FARCE-COMEDY * "*" ¦ ¦ w v ¦ t - 1 -. 1 * EXTRA! BT SPECIAL. REQUEST! TO-MORROW NIGHT— FOtTR NIGHTS, MATINEES 8ATCRDAT AND StTNDAT. HeRSCHEL MAYALL In His Greatest IniDersonation, RIP VAN WINKLE. DDfrcC Eveninss...... . .......... 10c to SOa rttiWCO Matinees 10c. XSe. 23a Monday Next — "AROXTND THE WORLD E« ... EIGHTY DATS." Clark's Comedy Dog .Circus AnA a Great Show Every Af teraooa aad ETt&inr in th« Taeater. TCNJOT TOUBSELF IN CARABET DE LA MORT. ANIMALS FROM ALL CLIMES IN THE ZOO. VISIT THE MTSTIC MIRROR MAZE. Take a TRIP DOWN THE FLUME. AMATEUR NIGHT THURSDAY. Admission. 10c: Children, 5c When Phoning- Ask for "The Chutes." "SCHUMANN- HEINK SEATS READY TO-MORROW SHERMAN, CLAY &. CO.'S. PRICES $2.00, SI.50 and $1.00. Concerts Albania, iu. Apr. 5-7. Ma?. 9 \A/. T. HESS. 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