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as human skill <:an prndmv.
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to wear and "cannot possibly bo
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Shanijiooinfr. etc. I^ar^f stock of
finest human liair goods con- ,
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Mail order* filled promptly. '.
Owing to the great demand for
transient holel accommodations due to
present conditions in thi» city we are
at thi* tine limited in the number of
suites for permanent guests, and
therefore desire our friends who are
expecting to come to us to avoid dis-
appointment by making immediate
application. Those who cannot be
accommodated at opening will be
placed on the waiting let in the order
of their application and cared /or as
the remaining suites are completed.
Booking Office,
i Mason-street entrance, t §
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teeth and purifies the breath.
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
Convenient for tourists.
eft %rl <>&<rvd.£sJ2Z<£
Savings Bank
Occupies now. hi
permanent building
108 - 1 10 Sutter Street
Above MootsaoKry Street
; Good water is good;
poor cofffce is poor.
A Schilling & Company SarTFrancisco
• $1 PER YEAR.; ;
News of the Churches
Roman Catholics
THE following : is the Roman
Catholic calendar from next Sunji
day) until the end of the month: |
March 24 — Palm Sunday, gospeH
X '<*t V "Entry of Jesus Into Jerusalem";
2 3 th— Annunciation of the Blessed Vir
gin Mary; 2Gth — St. Ludgcr, bishop and
confessor; t'7th — St.' John Damascene,
bishop and doctor;" L'Sth— Maundy
Thursday; — Good Friday; 30th—
Holy Saturday: 31st — Kastcr Sunday,
gospel, "The llesurrection of Our
The Franciscan calendar for the
period is the same, with the exception
that, on March 24 it is "Blessed Riz
zeritis, confessor, friar minor."
In . all of the Catholic churches in ,
this rlty preparations are being made j
for- the observance of Holy Week, j
which begins with Palm Sunday, March j
Zi. -on wrhlch day there will be the j
blessing and distribution of the palms.
Tc»day \? Passion Sunday, so tailed
because the moment is approaching for i
'Hie -commemoration of the passion of
the Lord. Front this day. as a sign of
Us grief at the suffering of tho Lord,
the church puts on additional signs of j
mourning. The paintings and statues
arc all veiled,' oven the crucifix is. hid- \
den to make all feel more sensibly J
their need of a redeemer. • On Palm
Sunday the churchy, celebrates the,
triumphant entry of Jesus into Jeru- j
salem Fix days ' before his.', passion, j
Good Friday commemorates the bloody
sacrifice of Jesus on the cross.
In the Clum-li of the Nativity (Slavon
ian) the service by Rev. Father Turk will
be conducted not in deviation from the
rulrs laid down for Holy. Wcekj but in
the manner in which it is obstrved in I
the Slavonic countries, and ' during
some portion of the services the sing- !
ing will be in that language. There
will bo a particularly interesting and
impressive service oa Good Friday. ,
with speeia^Onass at 9 o'clock in the ;
morning. oT Holy Saturday there will
be a mass at 8 o'clock in the morn
ing and the blessing of the holy fire,
of the baptismal fount and the paschal
candles. On Easter morning mass will
be celebrated at 1» and 10:30 o'clock.
This church has been equipped with
pews received last week from Grand
Ua'pids, Mich.
Father Turk, the pastor, was advised
by letter last week of the death during
the latter part of February of his fath
er in the province of Carniola, Austria,
at the age of C 2.
Preparations are being made for tlio
observance on a grand scale of Easter
Sunday in Sacred Heart Church. There
will be a programme of music by tue
choir and soloists. During the service
on Holy Saturday there will be the
unveiling simultaneously of all that
had been covered during Holy Week.
Work on the parish house of Sacred
Heart Church, under the supervision of
Rev. Father. McQuaide, is being pushed
ahead. Last week six additional car- :
p»-nters were put to work. The want :
nf a suitable parish hou's«> lias been Tclt
since it was destroyed by lire some time i
since, and for that reasiMi it is to be <
rushed to e-omplrtion.
Ther'%is to be si meeting tomorrow [
night ejftlio .Sacred Heart and at. Paul
I H<9 Vincent Club in the lecture-room of
| Sacred Heart Church.
At a meeting of the Society of the
hildren of Mary, composed of the
oung ladies of the Sacred Heart par
sh. more than fifty members being
present, Mabel Wilgus wa-s elected
president and Mabel Cashman secre
tary. The meeting^was addressed by
Rev. Father Commrrford. the society's
spiritual olrector, and by Rev. Father
Last Monday night a number of
youjig men and women of Sacred Heart
parish mrt and organized tin? San Fran
cisco Catholic Total Abstinence Tourist
Club. Officers were elected as follows:
W. A. Sullivan, president; L. J. Lslake>,
vice presidi-nt; Ce^lia Cassidy, recording,
and Miss McKonna, financial secretary;
R«v. Fallx-r McQuaide, treasurer and
spiritual director; P. S. Riley, marshal.
The society was organizeel by Dennis
D'-neh'-y and has for, its object the in
culcation «f total abstinence principles
and the visiting of one of th« California
missions every fall. The first place to
be visited will b^ Sonoma.
The new hall of St. James parish at
Twenty-third and Fair Oaks streets
will be opened tomorrow nigjit with
an entertainment in honor of St. Pat
rick's day under the direction of Rev.
Father P. R. Lynch, pastor of St.
James, Church.
The exercise of spiritual retreat will
begin at the Convent of the Sacred
Heart at 2,020 Washington street to
morrow morning, with the holy sacri
fice of the mass at half-past 8 o'clock,
and will close em Friday morning.
The l^adies' Aid Society of St. Teresa
parish will piv« an entertainment and
social tomorrow night /in aid of'_the
fund to procure an organ for the
church. This affair is being encour
aged by Rev. Father P..O'Connell. the
pastor, who is assisting the committee,
which is <-ompe>sed of Mrs. Alice Ro
nan, Mrs. P. Manning. Mrs. K. Boster,
Miss Lilian C. TomfY, Miss Sadie Toner,
Miss Mary Leonard, Mrs. M. It. Dona
hue and Miss 'Uennc Traube.
vtn entertainment will be given in
SL Peter's Hall tomorrow night under
the auspjees of the "Ladies' Auxiliary
of St. Peter's Chure-h in honor of St.
I Patrick's day. The affair will be under
j the direction of Rev. S. Casey, W. AY.
Grlflin. T. B. Slevin, U. Curtis, J. I.
Twohig. M. Harran, A. B. Leary, Wil
j liain Doyle and I. Sullivan. A good
programme will be contributed by Miss
Pearl Hickman, Miss Clara Coyne. Mrs.
McGlade, Signor Napoleone, Messrs.
Kelleher and Cotter, the boys of the
Brothers' School and many others.
The Pentecostal meetings iind*»r,tne
auspices of Beulah Park Camp Meeting
Association were inaugurated, in the
Wesley Church at Hayes and Buchanan
Rtreets last Thursday .evening by Rev.
Joseph N. Smith and wife. They will
continue the services in this church
until Sunday. March 24, inclusive.
There will be services at 3 o'clock
every afternoon and at 7:^o p. m. Rev.
Dr. Smith, who has labored all" over
the Union, is one of the most intcr.est
ing and helpful preachers ever engaged
In thi« work. -
Last Monday evening the • Philatca
Bible class of this church entertained
the members of the liaraca Bible- class
In the lecture-room. There was an in
teresting programme of music, songs,
hymns and literary numbers,: uneler the
supervision, of Mrs. J. II." McCallum,
president of'^lie first named class. Each
class numbers between thirty and forty
young people.
The W«-hl<\v Sunday school now num
bers 300. The pupils are preparing
for a service of song on Easter. A
special programme, is being arranged
to be presented by;sololstB and the
Richmond Church. Rev. B. D. Raley
pastor, on the first Sunday in the cur
rent " month received eighteen addi
tions to its congregation. .
The congregation of ' this church is
still growing, and there is ~a good
attendance- at every service. EleVen
we^re added as members in^tlie, past
two weeks. Last Sunday evening the
THE FEAyCISGO r o&l&'r>BUm&Y^ '-
auditorium of the church was filled
with an audience that was greatly in
terested in Rev. George "W. White's
sermon on "Is; a!. Modern Pentecost
Possible?" •; .
The ' Epworth league r of this: church
will conduct' the service this, aftcr
nuon in the Ingleside camp. Ka3t
Tuesd!^' evening the members of the
league and invited friends held a
business .meeting and a puzzle social
at. the home of Mr. . and Mrs. Wood
man nt 705 First avenue.
Tho children of \u25a0 the Sunday school
are preparing for the Easter service
arid are ' also endeavoring, as. classes,
to see. which will make the best show
ing for the Easter missionary collec
tion. The • board has selected Mrs.
Forsythe as a teacher for one of the
classes. - . ; •
There was a good attendance at the
Wednesday evening praise service
when the pastor spoke on "Resurrec
<ion- and Immortality." -^
The Woman's Missionary Society of
Richmond Church will have charge of
the service this wlien Mrs.
Willis will deliver an address on
"Frontier Work."
The Howard-street Methodist Epis
copal Church will, iv Its limited quar
ters ..in Woodmen's Hall on Seven
teenth street, present as good an I
Easter service as conditions will. per-/
mit. "Wo, will not be able .to . do as
we would like." said Uev. Mr. Bane,
"but we shall have a Tine service" with
a cood programme, of music." v
Miss Jennie Steele was the leader
at the last Epworth devotional meet
ing when she delivered an address on
"Life Through Christ." The address
was an eloquent presentation of; how
one can do good by being a firm be
liever and "following the doctrines of
the Favior. .
Preparations , tore being made under
the direction of Rev. George A. Hough,
the pastor, for the reopening of the
auditorium of Grace Church on Easter
! The pastor of this church will con
duct special services during " holy
week, commencing next; Sunday. He
has asked the members, of his con
gregation to put aside all social mat
ters during that period.
The church received two additions to
the membership on the arBt Sunday, this
I month. . \
Last week Sunday-school class > No.
15. I^ouis Poltcnghl teacher, gave an
entertainment for the \u25a0' benefit of the
Easter fund! The features of the pro
gramme were a violin .solo by Miss
Edith Peters and a recitation , by .Miss
Jessie Lyon. There were other --good
Thq last held meeting of the Epworth
Leaguers cf this church was a most
enthusiastic one. The , -leader,; was
Charles X. . Davis,, whose address was
well received. -'•-;\u25a0 • -' '' \u25a0'"
St. Paul's Church, South San Fran
cisco. Rev. R. J. Craig pastor, Vis mak
ing great progress. That section i^i be
i-oming more populated and the congre
gation makes gains in proportion. ;,Last
Sunday night several new members
were received and welcomed. The pas
tor and several of the church workers
have taken the first steps toward or
ganizing a church at San Bruno Park,
where a^unday-school was established
recently. The new church will be
erected on two adjacent lots, one of
which has been "donated by Mr/Hensley
and Mr. Green. The. other lot is to be
purchased. V -. ..•\u25a0",-
Last Thursday night there was -an
entertainment under the direction.o f.
the Epworth League -of St. Paul's, at
which there was a, large attendance." ;f
Key. E. G. Keith, pastor of Epworth 1
Church, will, during holy week, except
holy Saturday, have' special services-,
each evening, including, Easter ; nfghX
This congregation is happy because
the rehabilitation committee allowed it
an appropriation of \u266610.000. in addition
to the amount secured from the mem
bers of tho congregation. It will not
be long until the foundations of a new
church building are laid. •
K. It. Willis. D. I>.. president of the
San Francisco National Training
School, preached an eloquent andln
structive sermon In this church on the
evening of the first Sunday this month.
The plans for the new edifice for
Hamilton Church arc so far' advanced
that the work of construction will' be
commenced during the latter part of
the month.
The social committee in charge of the
social to be given on March 22 at this
church by the Ladles* and Pastors'
Union has completed all arrangements
and it is anticipated that it will be the
most enjoyable function that has been
arranged in this church in , many
Rev. John Inkster will preach this
morning in the Fifteenth A"venue
Church. Rev. Charles O. Oxnam, the
pastor, has returned from his vacation
for the benefit of his health. He is
much improved, but not yet fully re
covered. \u25a0 -
/The Alamcda Missionary Institute
will hold a session in the First Pres
byterian Church, A lameda, commencing
March 22 and closing March 24.
Episcopalians ,
The -Episcopalian calendar from to
day until the close of the month 4s as
follows: March 17 — Passion; Sunday,
St. Patrick, A. D. 461. altar cross veiled
with violet crepe; 18 to ' 30>incluslve,
fast days; 21, St. Benedict, abbot,' A. D.
543; 24, Palm Sunday; 25," annunciation,
translated to April 8, this day b«lng In
ferior to, any day in holy week or
Easter week, ls -translated to'the-sec
ond Monday in April; 29, Good Friday
strict fast until 6 /p. m.,, color fforr r altar
and vestment, black, proanaphorarser
vices only; 30, Easter eve, color' for
altar and vestments, violet; 31. Easter
day, holy day of obligation, color for
altar and vestments, white.
At the next meeting of the clerical
seminar, to be . held in the office of
the Pacific Churchman, 1215 Sacra
mento street. March ,18. Rev. B. D. ;
Weigel will speak on "The Scriptural
Basis' for a Social Message and the
New Social Order." Rev. R % H. Starr, 1
D.D.. will speak "on "The Oppression of
ia People and the Call of an Industrial
Leader." April 15; Rev. L. A. Wood
will speak on "Radical Changes in So
cial Environment and the Training! in
Industrial , Freedom." May 20, ami on-
June 17 Rev. Charles R. H Brown of the
First Congregational .Church," Oakland,
will speak on the final' 'discussion '- of
thc~ problem, if* he be in the city, on'
that date. , 'An effort will- be made :to
secure his attendance, even if a date
has to be shifted.
Rev. W. N. Guthrie. . who has since
January preached in Omaha; St.'.Paul.
Minneapolis. Milwaukee, Chlca go and'
Cincinnati in' the. interest of the Call-;
.fornia churches, has returned to /this
city. . . \u25a0 •
-'As the Rev. Mr. Weeden, of St. f
Luke's Church ~ will not' leave for the"
East' until March: 2o; : no steps have yet
bee-n* taken to fiU the. vacancy, that will'
occur by reason'of his resignation. Un
til some actiern along. Uiat ' line' Is
taken Rev.' Edward Morgan^ at* one
time rector \of, St.: Paul's Church,' Ba-"
kersfield, now. curate of St. -Agnes
Chapel of Trinity parish,: New fc -York7
who is here on leave of- absehce.i'wlll
officiate. -v^H96BQMEffisBBBBfefIBPi
'- Rev." George Craig ; Stewart, orie*,'of
the missloners who; "recently?^ held
forth in ."St.; Stephen's • Churcft* during
the pre-Lenten~ mission, has rewritten , a
letter tovßeV. Cecil, Marrack,'" rector 'of
SU l Stephen's Church; in- which; he says:
"Give my greetings and rbest^'.wlshes
for a Jioljr andJblessed^.Lent .to^all-your
dear'Veople.* i wii6BeVextrerhe; cordiality
and "helpf ulhess T shall ; never forget.". |
r ..The Girls* "Friendly > Society.-; '.of St
Stephen's ' is now- meeting: regularly in
the 'parish "hojuae; and,' courses Jri, fancy
work, ;mHline'ry and 'basket " weaving
are offered' to j those |who' desire, to; be
instructed.. " '\u25a0 .• .\u25a0-..•\u25a0••-; .\u25a0•'-•.-....
' [TtitrtTJp ' a> good ' attendance . in « the
readir>g'-r°o n \': eve r y . e V?D. 1 n«vln -' the
room t in ' the" parish ' house - set - apart
for r this V purpose. . ' '; • " • ' ; .'/ ,
The percentages; of .the St.. Stephen's
Sunday-school, for last, month were as
f ollows: t. Miss .* Wharff's class; 95 per
cent ;?. * Miss r Collymore's, :93 ,'" per cent:
Mrs. Castle's,' 92 per cent; Mr. .Withers',
87 perl cent: | Miss ] Browning's, .'B5 per
cent;. Miss Sim rack's, 83 per cent;' Miss
Motee's,'-,82 'per -cent;: Miss Moore's, 81
"per cent: MJss Jones, 80 per cent: Miss
McLaughlin'B,7B. per/cent;. Miss Hall's,
per cent; Miss Rhoades',* 70.' per, cent;
Miss Langtqn's, 67) per cent, "and Mrs.
Marrack's irifant,class,-61 per;cejU. '".' ;"J
'•\u25a0 Confirmation- instructions * for ;adults
are given :at i _thls',.church VonT Sundays
after morning.prayers and .-the follow
ing course. has ,been- ; prepared: .March
17; -"British- Church <to» Reformation";
March*. 24, v . '.'The .Refoxmation"; April; 7,
"The : Sacramental tSystem"; 'April 14,
•The Catholic Revival.; April 21, "Tlie
Church* in America" ; April . 28.' ;"Hlstory
of .£ the>Prayer _Book"; May.J s,'-. "Ritual
arid Ceremonial." -and May 12. ."The
Holy.^Eucharist."?.' AH persons are wel
cpme/to..the.!se instructions. ;\u25a0; \u25a0 •' \u25a0 .- : ; ...,'. '«
.'^The auditorium °of | Grace Church at
Twenty-first andCapp'strcets, has been
thoroughly renovated ,' arid ; it: will-, be
reopened : at v Easter) with special ser
vices.'- -' ' --^* '.'\u25a0'... "' ' .'^ ; ' ;; -' ':-.;»'
Christian Church
Xast. Sunday 'there' were, three I addi
tions to the First Christian Church, one
by. confession and two by letter. . Rev.
F.. S. Ford preached tfieflral of a series
of. : Sunday evening sermons to a* large
congregation on "The- Origin of the
Bible:**- : V
ladies of, the West Slda Christian
Church have resumed/ giving- lunches
every'- Thursday from 11:30 / a., m. !to
1:30 p.- m.- . \u25a0 \u25a0'' \ ;.• • • -. .
• Rev. P. iC. Macfarlane. of : Alameda
has found .. time In his , busy pastorate
to" write a^ rellglous,7 historical" novel,
entitled: "Unto ', the" Lion's'- .Mouth." The
time Ist early 'ln^ the Christian; era and
the scenes 'are! laid inTplaces which
have been-made familiar by" sacred and
profane chronicles. '.'':\u25a0£ The ; -"story J , was
read/ chapter, by chapter, by tlie author
,to", to" his congregation .In Alameda.; It is
to,be. published serially^ in- the Chris
tian. Century eOf- Chicago;^a leading- re
ligious! : weekly, of iwjilch>. Dr. ,' Herbert
U vWlllett'Of'the 'Chicago University, Is
the editor in- chjff.'; ;The- first install
ment will be published about Easter
time. .;'<"' V" ' '.:
•The Tenth-avenue iSunset Church is
making, splendid- progress ; under the
able and zealous ministry*"of,- Rev. R.
E.- McKnight. Already .there have
been' a number of 'additions to the
cliurch and the Sunday" school' and the
Endeavor :' Society ; has more' than
doubled.- in membership, .it' is. ex
pected that., by September. '. next . the
Sunday' school .will- number 300." .-.The
church 3ls located iin "a good section,
that,' is'"- being continually, 'added -^ to,
and the : .ir)inlster ; has a fine field In
.whlch/.tbyrrork! * -'."\u25a0' -I-. v., \u25a0'
'}?:\u25a0 yd, 8. . Be r ry,; j cd i tbV^xi f •';t; th c ..- i Pa ci flc
Chrißuani i'j^the:' preachers'
meeting ..in; .the.;- We9tf,SldeJ:Christifto
Church last:- Mondajc'^and • reported.- thai
the*[work.f&f hfs-religlbus^journa|vwas
.better^than at; any: time-, since- the fire.
I.nr'spite'of > heavy ; loose's s and>;diffip'ul
tlfs • the % paper" 1 never '.) suspetide^. 1 -" / '/\u25a0\u25a0
y, "Rev. - Grant K. "Lewis; S corresponding
secretnry.\ of the ' Southern;, California
churches, was In this; city k last Mon
day and . Tuesday." "He -.stated thai
there had been a final perfection ol
plans ~ among the _ southern, churches
to :hold a great '[ simultaneous cam
paign of evangelism next .fall. - Th«
Christian, church, has, now twelve In
dependent 'congregations ln'-Los An
geles in addition 5 to. many,.., in th«
county. • - • " . -^.
' Rev. Robert. Lord :Cave : preached - or,
"Jesus' Message" > ln;*the .West Sld«
Christian *;Church. .last Sunday nigh)
to a large and interested congregation.
He; drew some; contrast between Jesus
as "a teacher : and other great teachers
who 'had influenced , !the thought' : and
the life of ' the tworld: -Especially did
he;contract the teachings. of esus with
those of Buddha.- Confucius, Hindu
ism^ and the' greatest "of ; the Greeks
and Romans.*. Dr. Caye's. subject to
nlght^wiUMje- "The- Man' Christ, Jesus;
His Mission." ' \: ;:,,.v. " V. " V
There .were- twenty-flve -young; men
In Dr.' Cave's "Bible ' class - last 'Sunday
and ' a .large, .number attended the
Young Men's- Club. last Thursday.
Christian Endeavorers
-The executive committee • of the
Golden Gate.-Union of Christian- En
deavor, met on the first Thursday, night
in . •. the j First Baptist Church, ~ Mr. John
son presiding. > There was a large and
enthusiastic -attendance and many en
couraging reports were presented. v An
applicatlon.to' establish a society in the
San Mateo \u25a0• Presbyterian church was
received '. and -heartily^ lndorsed. , • -
The. floating work committee. made a
splendid-report of ; what: had been "done
and. of ..what .had been planned. The
monthly, meeting of the committee will
be : . held ' tomorrow" night in Plymouth
Church.'; A special. rally will be held in
Calvary * Church' ; on the night -of g the
first Monday "in April. <y * r
*,The.committee :'onj,the; next'quarterly
convention -.of -the union -.reported that
it had been decided. to make "Evangel
ism" the -topic ;for discussion at that
time.";. jDuring^the :\u25a0 afternoon. /session
there .rWillr be: several, papers on; differ
ent-phases of evangelism." ->; > :
iThe^ evangelistic ; committee; Rev. . R:
L.- Cave- chairman, -urged \ strongly the
selection*; of r an '.evangelistic Icdmmittee
f rom ; each C; E.^ society. This \u25a0 met the
unarilmousi indorsement of the execu
tive committee. 7-;' S'^: I
Many," young; men] and, women.": repre
senting^' \u25a0' the v. Golden \u25a0 ; Gate" ; : Union g of
Christian,- Endeavor, '.(.and; the' Epworth
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I 1I 1 w«•n t y yrurn. . . /B' '^'^m. »«««^'/«««il 0/tilljfA.A A /^/tSJ&& sbopplne: ntanil-
lup to date in de- . , / Mi//JrJl JO OOI Jg/MM i W* / VMSM/£AbLJLJ£fIJ \in *a» Kranc^.-o,
Imlcii. they liavr /Ct& v '/. 9W«W#/Vw/PV 9^^r/rW v/ly v* your or-
• I •iiieli simplicity of SEES / /f S \u25a0 ! drrs. .They will
1 I construction that ' WXf S '/*/ * vm*tsWP ' ll f ' promptly, ui!e-
' I oven in novice In I^^*^ v 4^ i 27HTJ!T&i77'JBB'P nuatcly jinU lntel-
; |!«<Mvlii,r can i»ut . '.'- ..\u25a0'.' .«^ i licrntly filled. Ad-
. hbrm toci-tlicr. 'j_ ' \u25a0 : \u25a0 v _-*" '." . V "\u25a0'__'.'\u25a0-- \u25a0»,-,„"«. -' \u25a0• nTTrnmrm drew oar Mall Or-
: Iwe are agexts . StoireiWith a" Reputation., v VAN; NESS^ and SUTTER der Department.
I ; Pure Brilliant Silk Hosiery, $139 the Pair :
. I The headline to this item ''sounds: strange; rdo'esji't it? it -,exaciUj^ describes without exaggeration or
I I erasion of iany kind oneof themost attractiTe offerings; In SILK HOSIERY, that ire hafe made In our thirty-
• I fire years of business. "IVc shall haye a large T?indow display of this; SILK HOSIERY.*; We Trill be glad. if yoa
I will inspect s lt, v and- more than'pleased if you Trlll.take a. pair and place it in comparison Trlth ivhat is offered
lin any store' in San Francisco— price, of -conre, being considered. Here, is>ur offer-in detail: . : i;v
; I : Ljib Pink, &i rzr\
I; Sky", Red, Pear) Gray, Nile Green and Heliotrope i: A^pair....^. .'. . . . . ..... . ; . ;. . . . . . .-. v Jj|/ # 't) Jf
1 •'"**' They can be bought NOWHERE at less than $y 0.1. '^ I , T
Uiwqualed Mlties m Nets = : Spring Suits of Unusual Merit
\ In this leader to ourMon- ,^JJ!jj IJ' •SSS??.^
Wp^^mm^^^m^^^^ tt C rstSre-you J r?sKringi?ut r i^^^^^^
of an cxtrcmely^drantageons [W^™**:*™-*™*- ready-to-wear garments a certain amount of alteraUon
S^^mS^^^K^^^S^^iS^^ -no matter how little this may be-is always advan-
FILET^ETS,'4«,.to oi inchcs^We. (^ote rtat the Ugcou^ ThereFlsa shortage of dressmakers in San
latter is the seasons most desirable sty c.) f • Francisco, and so it is in your Interest that ire adrlse
>ot in many monthsihaTCTre been able to, seize so an ear , Tisftto O ur SUIT 9ECTIQX.
admirable, an :^PP^ nn J^foriCß^A^^Jb(ggggK We are reC eiTing additions to this department almost
onr 0111^* ?? SS7 '-'*S n S : svt- dall^' and are showing the products of the rery best
w7tJ TT c C f^S*I¥Sw!wIii^MSS^SSSS ladies'; tailors of the East. We exhibit, among others,
WAISTS : .A>D^I>RE&SI.S nothlnirjniore stylish exists ; Cutawa y Suits, Eton Suits, Pony Suits and those with
on the market, and^f you arrcontemplating the wear- tight-fltting jackets. The materials of which these are
'"S^f^V?' ls advisab ? e th at JO? SHOP E^ RL^ 2* cut comprise Toile, Fancy Panama. Serge, Silk and
j I MONDAY to secure you requirements in these nets, fixtures &
I which will be Placed. on sale at the remarkable figure Then In dealing with NEWMAN & LEVLXSON you
j (0 \ '82c— a yard— B2c r '\u25a0' hate the great advantage of a' wide range of prices,
I;. , „ \u25a0 .;.*,. ,:, 0 ... .. , . :, which are adjusted to the means of qyery purse and
I M J3.—7AC qaanhty^ CT ery person. Thus our Suits are off&ed at from
I limited.* Hence the necessity for you Visiting the NEWMAN &. '• --\u2666 * ft -f\ ' + €»-7 - rtn
I^LEVINSON: Lock Section during the early hours of Monday. .- \u25a0. jj J y.OU 10 $/d.UU
Easter Gloves and Parasols Special Sale of Corsets |
1 112 and 16 button Chamois G10ve5. ........ 52.50, $3.00 ' The famous J. q. Corset Is offered by ns this week at
! I 12 and 16 button Glace Kid. Gloves. .. . . : .$3.50, $3.75 a reduction of one-third. of fine quality Batiste.
116-button1 16-button Doublo;Ti P pcd Silk GlOTes..sl.so, $1.75, $2 Ji um^ ar a ,v Jiio VnslJ?^^' %*?n^
V^^^^^^^^J^^::^:.i-.y..inJ^, to 2^. Regularly $I^o. On sale at 5/.QQ
I I -PARASOLS— Showing the newest effects in plaids, . " pAmi^lnf a I Inn *\t CL^i**-*
I checks and stripes; also WHITE LIXEXEMBROID- : vOmpieie Line Ol pKIItS
I ERED/ Ladies* Walking or Dress SKIRTS.. "Latest styles
; I \u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 IV e^ can match your ,Easter costume perfectly and materials. Herein' are comprised Toile,' Panama,
' I GLOVE ORDERS— We issue .these to any amount ; Serge and Alpaca,. Stripes and Checks. A comprehen-
i I They form admirable holidays gifts.** Recipients can sive assortment, and as varied in. price as in quality—
i: I make his or her own selection as to size and color. -,-;.', $5.00 to $35.00 Each
, I Fancy-Lappet'Toiies. These stylish summer,- wash \u25a0 To close oat 1 and 2 pair lots. Ibcludcd are Irish
. I goods- arc sbownl.by^ns in. a.nicc assortment of ."". Point, >"ct r and Brussels' effects. 45 to 54 Inches
r I ; colortngti, light,* medium .and .dark, in - bowknot de- -. wide. S % yards -long. White and Arabian, all new de-
: I signs. -A really choice imported wash fabric; admir- j slgns.v Note the following greatly lowered prices:
! I ably adapted for ladies' afternoon and evening cos- j T a m es VW to $4.oovfor >: <SO on a ««;*
; tumes. It Is usually sold at 60c a yard. Offered by I \™*\ ** t ft $^0 for \*a - P * ir
' l°sat...: y2sc a yard >aloes °P t0 6 -°° for $3.40 a pair
• I ; First as to Silks. -Here is an opportunity which you .will positively be unable to duplicate this sea-
' I son, having in mind the continually rising Silk Market. There are 25 pieces only of 20-inch high-class Pean
! de' Cygne, In white, cream, black and a very complete range of colors, for evening or street wear. This
[ weave is well known to .lovers of silks, as being one of , the most satisfactory kinds. It is soft, lustrous, and
WEARS WELL. A regular $1.00 grade for 75c a yard
\u25a0 Then to Dress Goods. Our Spring showing is one of which we are justly proud. Novelties reign supreme,
while sheer silk. and wool plain weaves arc also in great favor. The following values will repay your attention
[ - «°?42 and 44 inch all-wool Novelty Checks and Shepherd .Checks'ln a beautiful range of colors for street cos-
> tonics - •• . /. '.'\u25a0 . •••• • • • • Vv ... ..... . . ...... . . . v ... . •• • • .....:. v 75c a Yard
: 44 inch all-wool Novelty Panama Snitings; 44-Inch checkv and: plaid all-wool Taffeta; 44-Inch Shepherd
checks, black and white; 44-inch French Fonle P1aid5— a11'at......\'......T.. ........ ......; $1.00 a Yard
! 56-inch Novelty/Panama Suitings; black and white effects, white ground with checks, plaids and stripes oi
black : also tan grounds, i A | stylish cloth and extra value 'at :. I;. I $1.25 a Yard
Exclusive imported Novelty Suitings, including the new champagne and tan suitings, so much in vogue
\u25a0 •\u25a0';.\u25a0:•:."\u25a0: . \u25a0•••• - • "• '•"'• • • •'"•"•'• •••• • • • • •••"••''••'••"\u25a0 • • • »'' • • •"'\u25a0'•'• • • ••'•'•'• • • •'• •"•'•*• ••; • SUP to $2.00 a Yard
! Waist Patterns 1 SUverware for* Easter Gifts Cushion Tops
M , . Do you adhere to the ancient custom of offering -,t, t r
t As fast as we get in Easte r souvenirs! You will find a choice selection. These are made of
r new designs tney^ are o f dainty wares in our silverware department, well figured Telour, In as-
J disposed of. a constant- sn | tc< i f6r this purpose. Easter gifts need not pos- sorted colors and pat-
j Iy changi ng .rou"". rou "" p°lp °I se ss:the elaborate character of Christmas and New terns. Ordinarily they
\u25a0 ton for. the. . necessary . 1000: fin e, and ea ch mounted upon a dainty card, with Art Division at
t working. printed Easter Greeting, and attached with a neat 'or «_
I $1:75 each ribbon bow. - : d sc each
/ D ..u n i,l. your ntocU of HandWerchlcfn rlifhf.iiowr and Slea'a Black Silk Hand-Embroidered Hose, fancy
' . WirJ^We hove an' excellent collrctlon of Men. and neat rtr.lsf a*. Doable heels and toe». > o more
, «K-HUerclilef».« K -HUerclilef». crow-bar elTectii,.WJTH 1 INITIAL'S. acceptable «1« exliits for a nan than a box of these
\u25a0^2—=—= A SALE OF NOTIONS
• VnnHftv will bring to discerning shoppers a smalf harvest of bargains in Notions. Not "Sale Notions^ or "Sec-,
onds "but dependable, high-grade, needed Notions of the best quality. Prices mean satings in every instance.
<\u2666 Velvet^ Grip Home IIo«c .Supported— Pln^Klrby Beard. _ Hook, and Ere,— Drew Shield*— Light
I Snpporter-, >la-tlc. ." "•»\u25a0 »»«» «-« a.-orted , 3 «> o«^«o «^« S^S^^wSlS ;-•«"\u2666. Double cover.
«r'cla.P on corset. mSck. "vhlte. Fink .»e*t. Resularly 10c Ordinarily .old at 10c SUes 3 aad 4. Bent
t Black white. Pink and Bine. .. Re B ular a paper. Offered .pc- apackaare. Onspe- quality. For thl, .ale
- blue.-'Rcifular 50c. v B i U c. 25c.a pair. clalat ; - clal.alefor. on|y
I stjcclal3'Bc a pair Special 18c a pair, lr;4 papers for 25c , Bca package 18c a pair
League, visited the 'City and^ County
HosDital - last Sunday, where they - dis
tributed fruit, flowers and reading, mat
ter-'to^ the Patients.;--., This -practical
christlan.work is done every Sunday.
' The Presbyterlan'churches of this city
tendered a reception 'last' Monday; night
to • Rev Hunter Corbett, moderator \u25a0:. of
tlie general assembly of the | Presbyter-;
lan church : of ; the United States, j the
head of \u25a0 that church , in '. this^ country.
It being an unusual event* for such an
o jn c ui/to visit this part "of; the .Union
there was a good. turnout » to ; receive
and welcome hlmi V Dr. f SC"^ ; Moffet
was i Introduced ; and gave -an -• account
of the= great Presbyterian meeting. re :
cently held in; Omaha.f at which there
was a* union- of : the 'i Presbyterian ' t and
Cumberland; Presbyterian 'churches, 1
after .which one i of the -Presbyterian
missionaries delivered a brief address
on the work of the missions. Then the
guest of the evening was presented and
spoke for. half .an- hour, on the. growth
of work :in .China and Korea,
told": of. the Boxer" trouble and of Vie
progress. Christianity has" made In tie
Orient in the last seventy years. He
declared that the work that had been
Completed displays of CARPETS,
Qualities arc the best; prices
are the lowest
, Largest Line— Latest * "Designs— "
For Coal, Wood'or Gas.
.We are Importers and \\
I Save : You the " Middleman's ; Profit. *
If i^l^K*^'^
accomplished along the lines of evan'^
gelizatlon was not due so much to the
missionaries as It was to the native*
who had become christianized and were*
still doing much to convert the millions
In that sectldn of the world. His ad
dress was a very enthusiastic one ori
the work of the missionaries and the
, Send (ttmpa for Particulars and Testimonials;*
of the remedy '. tbat clear* th? Complexion, R«— *
mores Skin Imperfection*. Makes New Blood and* i
laproTes tbe . Health. If jou take
beneficial ' resnlta are guaranteed or' moaey !•• -
f naded. iSßaWnUaaantaßMHaVßßaWlnMMaJk
V Madlioa Place, Philadelphia, Pa.

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