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WOLFE &HAWLEVS i
Great Relcin
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'! After going over our stock we i
'discovered the following articles
\ which we are determined to" clear
'I' oat; to make room for new goods i
i; coming in. ' '• !; '
\ Forsythe's Outing Shirts — ' ;
Reg. $3.75, to close out. . .$2.75 ;
Fancy Dress Silk Waists — ;'
Reg. $15.00 to $20.00. .... 0.50
1 Exceptional V2lue in- Lin- ! j
! gerie Waists . . . $5.00 to 10.50 ;
! Embroidered Wash Belts— ;
Reg. 75c to $1.00 .65 j
Kand Embroidered Wash
! Belts— Reg. $2.00 to $3.00. 1.45;
' i Hand Embroidered Wash ' !
: Belts— Reg. $4.00 to $5.00. 2.95 ;
: ' Leather and Kid Belts — Reg. '
$1.50 to $2.50 1.35!
Embroidered Collars — Reg.
I! 65c \u0084.......-£ for 1.00
l; Fancy Combs— Reg. $2.50 to -.'<:
\[ $4.50 '. 1.75!
j; Odds and ends of Dog Col- ;
\u25a0 lars and Lavaliers — Reg. v
]'•: $5.00t057-50; to close out. 3.75!
j; GREAT REDUCTION IN PER- ;
j: FUMERY AND SOAPS.
j' If It comes from - |
! WOUJFE «& HAWLEY
1 It must be right. .f-'f. f -'f |-
Van Ness Af. nr. California St.
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I Sole Agent \u25a0 •';
1 FORSYTHE SHIRT WAISTS
' i
Beauty, Strength
jgajw A form sublime
/g*ftjjg\ to those who take
VVILLARD
4j WHITE CO.'S
//f'M Vaucaire
Tablets
fT^ X . Bast Developer
/ • I Flesh Food & Tonic
Tbcy Tn»k»» pood, healthy flesh, develop th*
\ :*\u25a0 - r«-^TMr<- vr&>.t(-d breasts. Make the cheeks
I :\u25a0:\u25a0:.;. and rosy, fill oat tbe Lullotts of a scrawny
p»ck. Vaucaire Gale<;» Tablets nourish the fat-
protfurtnp cells, wfcich ia necessary to give the
rrmndnt-ss «t contour xrhloh Is so desired and
roTeted by every lady of refinement. If you
\u25a0re rare worn, nervous or run down, take a box
<nt Vaocelre Galena TsMets and note the woa-
<l*rfnl effect. Contains no Injurious dnigs. $1
j«>r box, six boxes for $5. Send for booklet,
r!vs free sampl* of our Melorose Beauty Cream,
the perfect massage and skin food, also Meloroß*
- J'aee Powder. Be cure our naia« lc on the box
you buy. \
WE DO KOT pnt this remedy np In ll<iuld
form, as the TABLETS ABE Srfc»EKIOB.
WILLARD WHITE CO^ CHICAGO, nL
SOLD A\D RECOMMEXDED BY
THE OWL DRUG CO.
Saa Francisco, Oakland and Los Angeles :
I makr *rljj» for ladles and
ccntlenien of pure human hair
that look aw natnral a* your
«ws lia!r. Beautiful front piece*
made to your order.
Private Wig Department for
gentlemen upstairs. .*
Hair Dressing, Shampooing;
Dyeings etc. by experts only.
Established 1566.
; Formerly 123 Stockton Street \
V THE.QUALTIY HAIR STORE |
2271 CALIFORNIA ST
" NEAR WEBSTER ST. SP
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PERFECT^
Cleanses and beantifi.es the
teeth and purifies the breath,
used 'by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
Convenient for tourists.". :
> PREPARED BY
Contains no Opium or
other harmful drug.
Remedy
Cures Cdds, Croup and Whooping Cous^
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DRDMMERS: SAMPLES OF UDIESV
WAISK;SDITS^ETC.JORSAIi. \u25a0
Will be iwld at y^tir own price to *toM «w-|;
prase shipping ba«-k east.
Boom 241, Delbert niock, oor. OTaiw;
rrll ati-.!,Van .V*M.i;
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES
Catholic Church
tt— tOUiOWIN'ij is the calendar.'of the
j, . Roman Catholic.' church ; for the
!* Veek commencing Sunday, May 12:
'J. - Sunday within %the octavo of the
. "ascension. Gospel. "The.Testimony
!of the Holy Ghost." 13— St." Lucius, mar
i'tyr;: 14 — St- U ' Boniface, martyr; -15— St.
; John Baptist de la Sail c. confessor: 16 — :
I Octave of the ascension; 17— St. Paschal
Babylon, confessor,, friar minor: 18 — -
Virgil of pentecost, fast day. St. Denan
tius,' martyr."
The Franciscan calendar varies on
: the following dates from the above:
| May 13— St. Peter .Hegralatus," confessor,
f riaT minor; .14-r-81. Francis of Fabrl
aho, confessor, friar, minor; IS— St. Fo
lix of Cantalice. confess*»r, friar minor.
' The people of the >parlsh of ' \u25a0 St;
Michael atOcean View are torhave-an
entertainment in \SU Michael's hall in
\u25a0 a short time. 'This will, be under the
supervision" of Rev.; Father. Cooper, and
: be directed. by. William Sanderson .and
"John MeGrath,' comedians! - '.
The- alumnfi-e^of ,- Sacred 'Heart \ school
has been- organized , by. .Rev. '-; Father
McQualde. with the following as offi
cers: " Sister: Mary. Agulrre, \' superior
of the 'school,' honorary president; Miss
Ethel Mores, president; Miss Geraldine
Flood, . vice-president; Miss Annette
"Windele', ' recording -secretary;' -Mies
Monica Keegan, : financial secretary.
The new association" will, hold monthly
meetings. ' ' * '
. Clay =.MV \u25a0 Greene's "Nazareth," •: the
passion %>lay with, 35; speaking.. parts
and nearly 200 participants,' will* be
presented at Santa Clara college : : on
May 13 in the evening. May 14 in the
afternoon. May. 15 in. the. evening and
May •18 in the afternoon. .' ' .'. '
There will be holy, communion- In 1
Sacred Heart church at 8:15 o'clock this
morning, the class naving been-in
structed during the past .week by
Father Quaide and his assistants..
Recently there was an entertain
ment in the assembly hall of Sacred
Heart church by the League of f the Sa
cred Heart under .the direction of , Sis
ter Emelda and sisters of; the holy,
family. Rev. Father. • McQuaide pre
sided. Those who , entertained were
Jessie McCarthy,' Edith Fleming," "Ira
Cronin, Clara Barnes, Violet ; Smith,
Josephine j Hayes, Margaret Gallagher,
Ethel Morse and Miss Anthony. '
The state convention of the Knights
of Columbus will be held in Maccabee
hall commencing May 14.:"rP/Ipr to the
opening of the convention tnQre'wlll be
pontifical mass In the'^church of St.
Francis de Sales, when Bishop Silva'of
Portugal will pontificate* and .Archblsh-,
op Riordan will be In atteridance.\*.Rev.
Father McQuaide, the grand, chaplain
of the order, will /preach the sermon.
The session of the grand "body will
last three days. By way of entertain
ment after the business of .each day
there will be a social and ball, a ban
quet and a reunion. A new set ; of
officers will be. elected and . delegates
chosen to attend the national conven
tion to be held next August in Norfolk,
\ irglnla.
Rev. Father Francis Turk, in charge
of the Church of the Nativity in Fell
street near Franklin, has secured an
assistant. He is Rev. Father Anton
Glumac from. Ragusa, Dalmatla, who
several months ago went to Los An
geles to visit his patents. The arch
bishop has given his consent that
Father Glumac shall remain, and a'let
ter has been written to the bishop In
Dalmatla, asking that the father be
assigned to this diocese. There are
about 20,000 Slavonic Catholics in this
state at this time and they are all
under the Jurisdiction of Father Turk,
his being the only Slavonic church in
the state. In addition to the work in
this city the father on call visits
places \u25a0 distant , from the city to hold
missions. (Recently he was called by
Rev. Father Hassett to 'Watsonville,
where a month's mass, was said in
memory of , the late . Rev. Father Bon
tempo. Rev. Father Turk preached the
sermon in Slavonic: - w[~
Methodists
During the current month Hamil
ton "church. Rev. G. Avery, Reeder pas
tor, has admitted six into membership.
The pastor announced recently that he
Vwill consider it ' a kindness to : be in
formed of any illness in \ the / families
of his membership or - congregation, . as
he regards it not only a duty {but' a
privilege* to call upon the shut Ins/ and
will gladly respond to any call."
At the recent quarterly conference
of St. Paul's church. South . San .Fran
cisco, Rev. R., J.- Craig pastor/reports
showed that the 'church is at this time
stronger, numerically \u25a0 and financially,
than it was at , the conference last year.
There was a pleasing, programme -at
the social* given; by, the church' during
the second . week \u25a0: In April. ;;,--. The ; pastor
of the church contemplates giving Illus
trated Eermons on : Sunday during -the
summer months. » \
. A contract has'; been, let' for the re
moval of the Richmond church from: its
present location/ in Fourth* avenue , to
the corner, of Point. Lobos and Seventh
avenues, . the new /site,* which- ; has v a ';
frontage of 107. feeton the first named
avenue-by.ft t depth. of 100 -feet on the
latter. The present edifice will" be
placed \u25a0In the ;. rear of the * lot and , the
new one will Vbe erected with. frontage
on Point 'Lobos ' avenue. . Rev.", ;-EL';:D. r
Raley, the pastor, : recently sent 'a' num
ber of letters \to % people . In ; the '; Rich
mond district who are' known -as^non-'
churchgoers asking for an honest** reply,
to the question,'/ TWhy. are">ysu not \ a
church member?" ', He : received \u25a0\u25a0'. many
replies and ; used 'these as the text f or. v a
sermon . Sunday. 'iWhile ;. the ' Sunday
school has; an y attendance Tof; a little
more-than 100,' the pastor is reaching
out for the' children in. that dlstrlctiwho
do not attend , any^ school 1 on ~i the Sab
bath and Is meeting. with success.-; '/Un-:
der the leadership of Ralph Hasklns the
Epworth League is making! good prog
ress. . Offlcers f or, the r ensulng term will
be elocted at the next business meeting I .';
The pastor, has ; been: advised tthat: in: a'
short time a large branch, of the'Toung'
Men' b Christian association will be r , es-"
tablished ; in the (district "not "far from
the site of the. new church. '
Rev. ;J. D: Hammond,* T>. Dy. conducted
the quarterly < conference :of the** Fif£
teenth avenue] churchVon the \ last .Tues
day in April. There was a;full*attend
ance. Prayer meeting; * followed- the
dose' of the conference, r \u25a0•' •'\u0084 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 f'\ :
•--\u25a0 Rev. . J." y F. - Wilson; / a '; returned i mts^
sionary from Chlna, i; wiir preach' the ser
mon today at. the Mlsaion street? chapeV
at : Rlchland' avenue and Missionrstreet.''
At the close of -; the ? Bible lesson i study^
today , J..-.W. Hatchi president; of : the
civic betterment federation,' will deliver
a' short address , on : the '.^Result* iof f Iri^'
temperance," ,-. Next f Sunday y IS; ,> R'':Wll
lis, D. D., president- of ?.theCSan^Fran
cisco national . trainln g: school ' and dea
coness* home,' will' address : congre-'
gation v on '.'How Sunday; School Scholars
Can ; Help"; the Temperance ; Caxise."^ \u25a0 -
,The, feature of .the',prayer; meeting ,?.t'
"Wesley.- church \ last K,week was •an ad -
d re«« ? by^ Loula l ; Meyer, ' an'? attorney," \u25a0 X
convert, to 'ohristlaalty. \ At ;the< month
ly, meeting ot \ the \ Baraca . class \of TtHe
church there wai I a debate the! sub
ject of the abolishment of (capital[pun
ishment, • M. j Kennedyi speaking | in j. the
afflrmatlve > and Allen! In 1 the \u25a0 nega
tive, ; the .debate ? lasting ;an hourl j? The
.class was . almost evenly divided ;when.
THE SAN FRANC \ SCO ' CALL, SUNDAY, MAY 5, 4907;
a vote ;was taken ; < the negative' won by
two only.-' ';:\u25a0-..\u25a0'\u25a0 \u25a0 .-•''. "'"'\u25a0• -."\u25a0.'•.'"'\u25a0'.'.
Following are the. new.' officers of the
Epvi-orth"" 1 League of ? the Filbert -street
church,; located ' in -Filbert i street (near
Buchanan: ;' Rev. ! JohnVlnkster.'Jpresl
dent; I-udwlg; : H/ Burmeister : . ; flrst/tMiss
Breckeriridgo, second,' Miss, Oakley vthlr-J
and Mrs. . Charles ' Edwards 'I fourth 'vice
presldent;*Miss'M.J. L Nelson;, secretary;
Charles J; Edwards^treasurer^andMias
M.': J.'Xelson; organist*!; : :Thia '[church j has
cottage/prayer meeting's every,' Monday
evening.. • \u25a0. 'J -\ 'r \u25a0','.';.\u25a0'. '/'.\u25a0..,-\u25a0
Episcopalians
' The Episcopalian calendar ; for - the
week commencing May .12 is: as fol
lows:-' May 12— Sunday after'ascension
day, or ; expectation Sunday; , 16— Lesser,
feast of the \u25a0 first class, ascension- oc
tave; . 17— Fast day; IS-4-The f» vigil ;, of
pentecost, .evening. ' .' • \u25a0 '.
ißishop'i ßishop ' "W. F. Nichols ' has , announced '
the following appointments'. 'for May:
5-|— Morning, at\ Menlol park;' evening; at
Santa Clara. .'\u25a0. 12-7-Morning,'\Fresno;;ev
enlng, Hanford. ; -'at
church divinity school/ 19-f-Whitsuhday/
morning, cathedral- mission ; .- evening/
Redwood City. i 22— Ordination,' church
divinity - school, 26— Trinity/ Sunday,
morning, San Mateo: evening,: Belmont.
;;1i7:.C.-;; ;1i7:.C.- ; Sanford, \C N> ; Lathrop,V D.'
Jo • Evans, N. - B.» W. ; Gallwey : and
"William VHlggs, : the ' advisory,^ •commit-"
tee on" church architecture,.' announce
that' they are ; ready ito'place' their \u25a0} ser-'
vices ,at ' the disposal of; any.' parish" or
mission' having 'to' meet the problem . of
church : building. ' '
I The convocation* vof v San Francisco
will hold its K spring L meeting in 1 SL
Stephen church 'May '.7.'iij\ . v.
i Rev. David •J. Evans, rector : of Grace
church, „ has been ; elected ; a ' member *of
the standing committee, : vice .". Rev. .; B.
M. Weeden, removed from , the diocese.
"Charles^ H.. L.7 Chandler I 'has,/ been
elected superintendent of ; the-/Armlt
age orphanage, vice '\u25a0: Mrs. B.: F. -le
"Warne,; resigned." > '~:\ > \u25a0;\u25a0-%\u25a0
:The . tw'enty-Beventh . annual meeting
of './the woman's auxiliary. .* to the
board- of missions, will .'-- be held .: in
Trinity church on May • 15 l at .lo a. m.'
the April of i the"? auxili
ary. It was unanimously decided V that
"hereafter "the \ luncheon on; -general
auxiliary days shall Pbe - provided
the several branches In the city where
the ; meeting is held; that it shall J be
managed by a., committee •;, of V: one
woman from each parish, -the : repre-;
sentative of the church - where 'the
meeting is held to .be ' the - chairman,
and that it shall be simple in kind and
served- In a- simple .way." *; :
Christian Churches
Rev. Peter Colvln: of Santa Rosa' at
tended the; preachers' meeting recent
ly. ; He '- reported the condition /of
his church as most favorable and prom
ising. ; Kis congregation;. ; will ;,/ unite
with other churches In Santa Rosa in a
union meeting next month. This will
be .followed in |he Christian ; church
by a revival under, the ; leadership of
Rev. H. O. ;'; Breeden, : evangelist, .' for
merly ; the pastor : of " the great - Central
church of Dcs Moines, la. •: \u25a0 ;' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0
\u25a0Eft v?% |m| IXbSI tB fil "^n BY W* • jfitt^ -
; S APPAREL EXCLVSIVELT; ( » p;\
{_ : ' ; near sacramento ;.St;y \u25a0 - X
The <Later~DayD
What's so i many . sided* so ever changing as fashions in
Women's Dress? Elvery day brmgsito light some new develops
ment. Our province is to reflect changes; all the • moods, all ftne
new trends in the; fashion of women's ; garments^ i How well we
do" it we prefer you to judgey And it is^tfiis^ constant^change, this
constant newness of all things shown, which- makes \u25a0 a visit to our
store ever interesting. - ' " . .1 .-'\u25a0\u25a0*•'
The new goods^bought : by. Mr^^Ransohoff ; during his Trecent
trip to New York \u25a0] are :arriving by every day'sVexpress, ancl
have now on sale -a, most complete and vaned- assortment of l-l'
Tailor Made ]VcdlogSmls^^
Cutaway; Box, r Pony, Eton, single or double-breasted, loose, semi
and 'close < t fitting ) models, with the] newest ideas ' in] full" pleated skirts,*. of \
Serges, Panamas, ;Voiles; 'Pongee; Tusah; ;" Rajah and LinenJ
$30.p0; 7 535.00/ $4o:oo, $45.00, $so.pp. ; $6o;oo: .-.
Dressy ;r*Sem^^//b^(^Su//s
High class suits in the most recent ; foreign • models ; , the ' ma terialst used
are Marquisette, Ghiffon \Voile, in \ plainTcolors]-' ancl stripes and - Imported
Fabrics trimmed ; with . rich laces ? and embroideries, some mounted over best
Taffetas, : 's4o.oo, : sso:oo^s6q.oo.'s7s;oo, $100.00 and up.
- Costumes and Dresses
::; Afternoon and ; Gowns/ Morning. Dresses > and sum- |
mer costumes, ; in : Princess^ and; Twc^PieceXStyles fo^ j
Voile, Crepe Media, . Foulards; i Tusah; • Pongee!^^ Crepe^de '« Chined Nets I
SidlLace; $25:00, $35:00, $50.00^f560.00^575:00 and up to
$250.00. v : \u25a0\u25a0;:.\u25a0; v-V; U^%Bp.
IVaists
..;..-\u25a0 A very ; large assortment . of beautiful inew; models ' in high class waists
of Lace and Net; in \ shades of Avhite. ;• blacl^ ; corn • and ; ecru^new^effects
in.^ilored).waiste^f f che^:an^ -and
I-ingeries 1 in •a f great j. variety *of I exquisite 'and dainty « styles, .: $4.00, ; $7.50 '
$j0.00, : 515.00.C525:00 / andiup:,r;j;:': : ;;; v ;^^
Special for Monday
One Hundred Tailored } Suits
i Fancy, short /effects ; of iplam /and jfar.^
Stripes^ Worsteds , and tVoiles-T— at -
>s^ : X :^'is29.7s"/ ' : ', ;. t : ' . >$39.50:'"; : ' ' •
Reg. $40.00 and $45.00. • Reg: $47.50 to $65.00.
$48.50
- t #| , Reg! $67.50 to. $90.00.
Only 50 in. the lot' '
$14.75 $18.50
Reg%l^soKfs2Bo. Reg. $25.00rt0 $28:50. - - :
- wAaeraboimwlibeJcnarged UorTomaUfapeciah. . \u25a0 . v
; \u25a0'\u25a0 '\u25a0- "\u25a0'..:• [. x HMl'iniliikllW'li i|i» ll'l'MUliill ii«ml in iTbuujTmu 1 11 11 1 111 '\u25a0- "'' \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0'', : . - -
'The, pulpit; of ;«th^ o ' Berkeley .'church
was i filled and ; evening -on.i the
last VLiord's day by.: the ; Rev.' Mr. Colviri*
'Salvation Army
." \u0084The * Salvation ; Army.; has . secured ' the
Van ;Ness' theater for^the; afternoon of
Sunday,^ June,2 ,f i ln»i which;* to /tender fa
fecep tion to • Miss • Eyangelirie C.'tßooth,
commander," of , the ) Uni ted > States 'forces.'
Miss Boothj will i'deliver an .address r and
will "; speak again ;"at '\u25a0 the ; same ".; place (in
the 'evening. '\u25a0.' Miss Booth Twill ;cbe*.;ac-'
companied "-. byiCommission^r Kilbey -of
Chicago; who ' has ; chargo"' of 'the
crn : division ;. of i the '-United \u25a0\u25a0 States. z..-s -:
Last Sunday^ Colonel; French," -proving
cialiofflcer and"; staff, j led t the f meeting
at -the \u25a0Oakland'; citadel; where Adjutant
and ? Mrs. ; Alyard " are l i ri : charged >. The
Oakland \ brass '->. band, : composed I of^ 3o
musicians, *; has been ; giving:, musical
concerts in Oakland, : Berkeley ; and Ala-"
meda in the Interest^f^h'e'annual'selfr;
denial" fund; and ; hasi'inet With' great
success.' -."\u25a0-:'":-*.;:'\u25a0 '. , y'yS:yj~ - v '."\u25a0:\u25a0{: K-i
;\u25a0'•; Mrs;' Colonel French returned ; from
Honolulu ; ; last vl. week. A; She s~:s ~: received
a';- warm, jwelcomej';' there.'.i and V at '> a'
meeting she addressed fsix ' were - enlist- 1
ed - into {the '[ army/ She] also addressed
aV.meeting . at the \u25a0 rescue; home V and
spoke Ho \the" prisoners; at,' the i Jail.;;
:>> Colonel v French ; and ( the' secretary; and
members •? of ?r the : provincial^: staff "|i aro
conducting;^ meetings X every, : ; Saturday
"night * at : the \u25a0 Chinese ''corps : in ': Oakland.
\u25a0;\u25a0 Brigadier': and'A Mrs. VDubblhJvislted
Point- \u25a0; Richmond \u25a0' last! i week \ and .were
accompanied "by -20 young -people' from
the Oakland "corps.- ' \u25a0
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Presbyterians
"The Stewart memorial second -united
Presbyterian , church in : Guerrero street
between; Twenty-second and Twenty:
third;* Revi W. E. Dugan. pastor, is hav
ing., a slow but- healthy growth. ; It is
not -a church of tKe - sensational .order,
but ? stands for the - great ; verities, and
for that reason draws to itmanynoble
souls! Of late the ; morning .congrega-^
tlohs^have: been in; point of ;. numbers
above ; the. average/-?. During, the current
month 7 the :pastbr,_willi complete 'lo -years
of \ work with the, church, \ during; which
time a: heavy/ debt ? has j been \u25a0; lifted and
now it is entirely free ;from-f any ."pecun
iary obligation. 7 During; 1906 53,000) has
beent expended In . Improvements in ? the
church : edifice , and ' building a* commod
ious, parsonage, v :
Donald Munro will be ordained
as i a >uling elder, {giving."; additional
force to : the -\ session • now composed ) of
George McKillopp,' H.*G. .Wlriham,* Fred
erick Rudolph and'J.'K^McGahanhLThe
finances j of i thej churchf are i"; managed ;by
a board^of -trustees » consisting ; of -Wil
liam ." McKillopp,' president ;»*; James \u25a0.| D.
McAllister, v J.': K." McGahan k and George
R,* ; Drever. U. The" Sunday " school of •' the
church is Increasing rapidly,; the attend
ance^, last'; Sunday}, being ; the"-* largest jin
many years. ; \u25a0 Miss Helen M. Rutherford,
a • teacher ln^ the 'city T schools/; has .been
selected as \thej; superintendent l'.of gthe
Sunday school. 1 •.> Her^expefiehce : -'as j su-"
perintendent of the' primary, department
for j : mahy^: years, £It f is g belleved,Kwill
bring about . many improvements. 7J . ; k
-Darners // w^)/W Patterns
\ labor of darning;, £ V*V '* '^ V • -TO '' §r *''\u25a0.'\u25a0' • l^^ "- \u25a0- ' MlS^'- - @ • ' tlvely no ' better
. by/han~€l,tiKwnst- ! .. ; ; : v' : MBAf \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0' >^T?'^ Tu^ V^ — '-"£[\u25a0':\u25a0\u25a0'*:'\u25a0> ••-i V' v " ' pattern* on the.
Inp: machine.. Wp yj^^^^ /r •'' __ • ,„, ___ , -\u25a0...-. .•" * • SIANDA IV D
Trill Hhow. you T ' ' ~'dC- '\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0 •'»\u25a0•\u25a0> v K-f m^i'TJ'/?A'^^^^ D4TTCDVC
how to u^e it. v .^ PATIEKiNS
- Price 7SC;r Tlie Store With a Reputation [ A^AN^NIEiSS and SUTTER 4
'\u25a0: «: lyortlm Snnimer -wear. The market Is risfaY
7 rapidly^ tllre^; the' increase -fn price isjmafcini itself f elit, andthe thonsrhtfnl .woman will hesitate no longer In
\u25a0 l™^ lll^ her P™ l^: Jstbe jtinieiana-the^EWMAN; & \u25a0 LE.TO'.s6>'7Sllk Section the place for adequate
satisfaction. /"Read these i specimen quotations :
;:19-InchMessaline Pongee jn cream, black and a \u25a0 Gennine *' Sh&ntnnar Poncree, the hest quality to be
beautiful line of colors for Summer ;waistsj or dresses. had,and all guaranteed eenuine Chinese poodsr-
in hand^omecolorin^. T^ 2G inches wide . Ssc andslayard
\u25a0 \u25a0; ' :^> :" r \u25a0\u25a0<*\u25a0\u25a0 ' ' '.'. ' " ;'. - : " :':' ': ' ' '\u25a0 ;V V*V^ a * v^r. -31 inches wWo. ..qi.2S tos3a Yard
;24-incn'i embroidered , dotvHabutai; 25-inch natural - >"ew. shower-proof Foulards in a beautiful range of
;i Pongee ;:j2O-ihch"s^washable Jchf^k^andJstripetTeau^de colors and desj^ns. All size polKa dots la brown or
..Sole,*" and, B6-inch i'(FULLV YARD IYlDE)'. white natural navy bJuerand the latest conventional desigms in all
v Japanese wash silks-^ extra specials at7g c^ yd. colors. • ........ $1,00 emd $1.25 a Yard
latest noveities are being^d at prices far below regular TaluV. Toe rah test the tmth of this
statement comparison. our. press Goods is newi and tiie qualities Teach the high standard set
i by the' Newman* & Levinson pblicy. lit will pay^you;to : buy your Spring dress \u25a0\u25a0 ; >'OT>', : dnrin? ( tb!» special sale, and
stocks and assortments are complete. ; PRICES ARE ABOUT 25 PER . CE.VT . I.ESS THAX REGULAR.
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Two offerings of undoubted interest to you: At less than' half price we submit a line of Silk Brcs-
\2^ incheV l wide, iwith; double; face and; satin stripo. selslXets, double width, black For waists and
:One of the best qualities;made; i :'ig^^'.pa.^^ Yard :fnll'. gowns '."there* \u25a0.!».'. nothings -handsomer, and yon
:> i^ik llnch"es 'wide^stripesV checks !and plaids^ The Very \ h " R ?j J ??l c^ iee 1 : 0^ Tosca and^ Filet. sleshes. plain
finest quality of silk. All colors 33 S op»er Yard' aR ? ? ot^ d - \u25a0' :Lsiia r 1 . 1 ? s^ d J»P *°, ? 2 , a y ard - On special
:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.-- ;..\u25a0-. . \u25a0 , iV j*?^ 'P r Yarci sale by Newman & Lcvinson at 0n1y. .82c a Yard
pps y * ' . ' . ' . , \u25a0 ,
; x At oneiquarter to one-half their legitimate selling price, we shall place on sale Monday morning an ex ten-
.siye assortment; of Japanese Drawn-TVork Linens. They are dainty In the extreme, and each piece is pure Unen.
Many of the articles enumerated are hand-embroidered. You will go'far to find more decorative pieces than
these, especially* taking into account the prices attached:
iTray^Cloths, 18x27 in1...75c to $1.75 Scarfs, 1^54 In. 1 ; . . $1.75 to $2.50 lunch Cloths, 36 in. .$1.95 to $2.75
iScarfs, 18x36 in.;. :. $1.00 to $2.00 Ce^erpieces, 24 1n... 75c t0 51.75 Lunch Cloths, 45 in ..$3.00 to $3.50
Scarfs^ 18x45 in^;... $1.65 to $2.25 Lunch' Cloths, 30 1ri..51.75 to $2.50 Lunch Cloths, s4 in.......... $4.00
\u25a0 -See our window exhibit of these fine linens, and do your choosing early on Monday morning.
Belts N Parasols
"Let ".the belt if or your \u00844 Small 'items— necessities on which i you can saTC* Just an even hundred
nSummer^dress/Jiarmonize money . ; V ; y "PONGEE PARASOLS with
?^V^TT^BELTS?!n OMO BEESS SmELD^Bix, 3. SpecUl...;.-. ...;.=oe a P,lf f™* ~J°f *?**# UVU V
We nave .WAaj BELTS In OMO DKEBB smELDS -BU**: special:..... ?,..... 23c a Pair- ders - AII fashionable col-
fancy embroidered designs, pad How Sopporten,T«ivet jrip bnttona. special.. i;?c a I'air ors. Natural wood handles.
In : tailor effects, ' pleated Paul Shirt Buttom, as»art6d sizes, fine quality. Special. lOc Dos Worth $iJA) each. For
I and \ hand-embroidered,': at ; Mewerixed Tmneh DanUi« cotton, Mack, white, c iar S e baiia 25e Monday^ selling offered
from 3So to $3 y oMia * Cwt^^*^^'^'-':^z- •»•\u25a0•:\u25a0•? «w at.......52.75 Each
Curtains Blpuses Batistes Pajamas
\u25a0\u25a0 color lace^cur- Ladies* ;Wool> Blouses, Jfew arrivals 'of this A special from- onr
: \u25a0 tains, :'BM^ yards, long, In rolling collar, sizes * 84, season's best ' designs, Men's '" Furnishing: Goods
to '\Un« ?{ « olor f- ?n? nl J a^t ured and floral designs ported madras* trimmed
t: make your choice. -Spe- six dorou in stock.' To' :on white ; gronnds. On with 'froars. Light and
|clal i4 at..*s»^-13 ia*P*alr; c105e.... .SO© Each" Monday .15c aYard dark colors: $2^25 Suit
A SALE OF WASE WAISTS
; ' Remarkably timely indeed is Uiis off ering, as yon -will admit upon inspection and comparison. If yon are
anxious to economize and to get the benefit of extraordina^ underselling, you will not pass this opportunity by.
" ; .'v' LADIES' -WASH; WAISTS^ made of good quality lawn and mnlL . Some trimmed with fine lace, QC
others with embroidery. Both short sleeved and button back and long sleeved button front. The waist. ..t/OC
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MAIL- ORDERS-— These receive our: careful and conscientious attention. Write us.'
-How to Exercise the ,
V Bowels -;.
¥: OUR \u25a0 -Intestines are ' lined" lnsldV
with millions \ ., of suckers, 1 } that
draw'; the Nutrition from food as
it •passes \u25a0 \u25a0 them. , . But, if the food
, passes too slowly, it decays { before it I gets
through.' Then the little suckers draw Poison
from ; it ! instead of; Nutrition. This \ Poison
/makes a ;Gas that injures your system moro
thinjihe food should have 'nourished it. •
.JT^e. usual remedy for. this delayed pass-
age (called r Constipation) is to . take \ a /big
dose of ' Castor* Oil. /
', ; ; , This merely make [ slippery, the passaga
for /unloading the current cargo. -; ; '
.':':\u25a0 It 'does not; help - the Cause of delay a
trifle/ , 1 1 'does ' slacken . the ; Bo wel-M uscles,
and weakens them for their next task. ;
'.c/Another^ remedy>is to .take "a strong
"PhyslcV '\u25a0 like; Salts, Calomel, jalap; Phos-
phats of . Sodium," Aperient Water; or any/of
theseTmlxed^.;--;,""' ;'.'.-.-.'•.\u25a0'.-;\u25a0• '..V.;"V. / -
'% What d^es' the'f'Physte^o?, ; \u25a0
.•\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0: It ; meroly^ flushes-out ! the I- Bowels with j
a waste of Digestive "Juice, set flowing into,
the Intestines through the tiny suckers.
\u25a0;;' ':. \u25a0-\u25a0•\u25a0 v;-'v-\ ". ••\u25a0\u25a0.'»,:\u25a0 '•-*»;\u25a0; --\u25a0V'-,';"'
; / Cascarets are, the only safe medicine for.
the bowels. " " ,
> v^They do hot .wiaste any/ precious fluid of,
the Bowels,' as .''Physics? do. :
' ;*3 They^do not relax the Intestines by greas-
ing them Inaide like Castor Oil or Glycerine.
. iThey = simply stimulate • the • BoweW
Muscles to^do their work J naturally, com-/
fbrtably, and nutritiously. '.\u25a0\u25a0-:\u25a0\u25a0,\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 •'.- ' :\:\ :\
'\u25a0 t •\u25a0*«/„ "•\u25a0\u25a0*'\u25a0 Vm \u2666 -• " •/\u25a0 : ' • ,: /
" .They are put up id thin, flat, round-corn^
ered Enamel boxes;' so they can bo carried ;
In a man s podcet, . or in a woman s
purse, all^ the time, without bulk or trouble.
* \u25a0 : '"^fha "time" to „ take a .' Cascaret i Is 15 - n<jt ",
onlyTwhen } you i are| SickA but . when 1 you]
first suspect you need onfe^P^ce^U^aDcgw
• made only by the Stoning Remedy Company,
Stamped \u25a0rCCC."^AIi: druggists. :\u25a0 7»
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I J^^^> OFFICE— I26B OTARRELL ST. (£BB3
I 1 The Great Chinese Herb Doctor
M .-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 No misleading statements or "deceptive i propositions ito the afflicted.
B "'An honest doctor of recognized ability does .not resort to such, methods.
H I guarantee a complete, safe and l.istlr.s; cure Jn. the quickest possible
f|; time. 1 at the lowest cost possible for honest. 1 skillful and successful treat-
\u25a0 3;nient.ilicure Catarrh,- Asthma.' Lung:. Throat,- Rheumatism, Nervousness.
\u25a0 ;.j Stomach,> Liver, 7., Kidney. Female Troubles and all, private i diseases.
*§•'. My.2 remedies are r composed :of powerful Oriental roots, "herbs, buds.
W vegetables and barks that are entirely unknown ,* (many of them) to
-'•medical science in this country. '
§ NO pPER^'nONS, NO KNIFE
H v , Drugs or \u25a0 polsops are not : used in my famous remedies.
g] -I Father and Mother Write Letters Indorsing Treatment
B .— - t " ' - ""•\u25a0*' SAN^FKANCTSCO;' March 33. 190(1.
H . TO WHOM, IT MAY CONCERN: ;Onr three-year-old daughter. ~haTln« been 111
\u25a0"> \ for ; some i time ;•; and - being ' treated *by * the*- most V prominent pbjalctans. jraiinallj
ta i became I worse < and : was : finally . ciTrn up by. tbem.'< We • were - then recommended to
3^ Dr. Wong Him. We started* with bia treatment, tad wit Jiln two months' tlm* out
fi -daughter ; cured. ;'. Keapectftinr, \u25a0 , '. • .. '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 : \u25a0 " J 1
H • ,:MR. : AM);MB3. I H. a LISB. 2737 Harrison street. San FranctoeoL
iH - "' V ' \u25a0-.•\u25a0•"-- '- \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0>' '•'.';'. SAN FRANCISCO; Cal..' December 19. 1909. \ £
\u25a0"; •\u25a0. TO. THE; PUBLIC: This 'la tocertlfy:that ; Dr.^Wong Him baa eared m« of Inns
H and ; stomach trouble, : fr*«n ; which '-. I . bad suffered \u25a0. for ; many \u25a0\u25a0 years. '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0; I tried > many
M * ,' doctors,': but \ they ; failed ; to , cure • me. rI • consulted ; Dr.' Wong . Him, - and after tailny
! H •-, bis Herb Medicine for six mostb* am ': ifow -' permanently cured. \u25a0- 1 wish to recom-
3t mend him to the .public as an efficient 'and skillful physician. U
« \u25a0 ' CHARLES BAEHB.*e32 Lyon street, San Francisco, Cal.
B'v (••^^\u25a0^\u25a0fc'^'--;'; 5 -\u25a0 \u0084 SAN'.FRANaSCO. ila-ch 19. IM7. 1
\u25a0 •:•:/ TO THE PCBLIC: I had a rery serer* ' case 1 of.'. Throat Trouble and , «eneral
H * breakdown. DM not ; sleep j or . eat for - eight - days. After • trying- erery remedy I
H-..- ! beard of wltbont success, I caUed en Dr. Woog Hfm. 12fN O'Farrell »treft. who
H « '"by feeling. my : poise t correctly diagnosed: my ease. His remedies grave ma Immediate
IV • i relief. ' Cannot • say , too much y to ,; &w of his , tsaa. .O. RKES E, * 1562 ' »th :«*•.- l
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