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AMUSEMENTS
VAN NFW T HEATER
rtneaccment Umite<l to Thi« and Next Weet
tvory Night, In.-ludinp Sun.— Mats. Wed., Sat!
Sopport«*d by n^r Ixindon Company and
FRANK MILLS
Last Tour Niphts— Matinc* Saturday.
"SAPKO"
Wrcnr, Written EnwoiM'- for Miss Nrthprsolp.
NEXT WEEK— REPERTOIRE:
Mon. and Prf. — -THE AWAKEXIXC"
Tae*. Evf. and \\>d. Mat. — "CARJIEX"
\\<-iliio»dny Brr. — "THE I<*BYUIXTir
Tharsdar Evening: — "ADRinWE 1..X-
Cfll\-nEIR"
Snt. Mat. and Son. Eve, — "CAMILXE"
f«t. Ere, — -THE SECOND MRS. TAX-
QIERAY"
Seati Ready— Prircg, $2 to .W
ohT^u^ 1 . 1 - 1 - 01 FAVEBSHAM In "THE
AA\ MAN.
Ph«i# Market SSI.
MARKET ST. NEAR SEVENTH.
The Plaj-boas* of Safety and Comfort.
TOMGHT
QEO. M. COHAN'S
Great Moklckl Play,
LITTLE JOHNNY JONES
SO — People— Ko. Two cirloads of aeenery.
4f»-Pri»e b»>«ut.T chorus of— « 0. Entire
original production. r<«sltlTe!y the best
mtifrirtl Aw on the road
S«ata reeerred from 25c to $L5O. Matinees,
t?>c to fl.
Next Sunday Mat.— 'THE ISI^E OF SPICE."
Seats now on *aJ«.
CENTRAL THEATER
ERNEST E. HO WEI Jv— Proprieror and Manae«r.
Market aad Eighth rtreeU Phone Market T77.
Home of Melodrama
Matjnees Saturday and Sunday-.
Toolirht aad All the Week— The Intensely
Thrilling Melodrama,
THE AMATEUR DETECTIVE
OR
ffl[ BEST MAN WINS
TRICES — 15c, 25c and 60c
Next ff«t, Resrtnulnc Monday Nl^ht, the
Spectacular Melodrama.
'BERTHA. THE SEWING MACHINE GIRU"
i V LOVERICH &LUBELSKH>Rort.&jfeft*
i>> Direction Gottlob. Msrx A C".
SECOND AND LAST WEEK
LOUIS JAMES
Tocijrbt. Friday and Sntur<i».r Nixhtn.
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS
Louie James a» the Two Drcmioe.
Saturday Matinpp —
"THE MERO-lANT OF VENICE"
LOUIS JAMES as SHVLOCK.
Beg. SUNDAY NIGHT— REN HENDRICKS In
"YON YONSON."
fc*>ats ready at popular prir-es. Cs<> to $1.
ELLIS ST. NEAR TILLMORE
MATINEES TODAY A.^fo EVERY OAY
ADVANCED VAIDEVIULE
MAPON find BART: (th\r Tr«>k only) LES
AUBINLEONEL; FOUR ARCONIS: (this week
only i MURPHY and FRANCIS; EIGHT VAS-
SAR GIRI-S: (second weekt LCCY AND LU-
riEB; MME. BARTHOLUI'R COCKATOOS;
NEW ORPHEUM MOTION PICTURES, rtow-
'.tig FRENCH AUTOMOBILE CHAMPIONSHIP
RACE; last! week of MINNIE SELIGMAN and
WIIJ.IAM BRAMWELL in the delightful come-
<s!eua. "A Pakota. Widow."
PRlCES— Erenlngs, lOr. 25r. 60r. Tsc. Box
{teats, $1. Matioeet (except Sandals and Holi*
f.KTt), 10e, 25c. 50r.
PHONE WEST 6000.
PRINCESS THEATER
W-I!a at. noar Fl!linore. S. Loverich Masager.
MATINEE TODAY — TONIGHT AT 8:15
ALL FEATURE ACTS.
Mil. and MRS. EDWARD ESMOND
Preaentlnff
"The Soldier of Propville"
SAM SIDMAN and Co.: MABCOMS, Electri-
r«l Wliards: WOLFF BROS., European Acrobats;
ALPINE TRIO. Musical AxUsta; THORNTON
»nd LEONARD. "Tl»e Girl and the Midget":
PITXY MORTON. Monolorist; second and last
week of tbe Oreat Motion Picture Hit, "LIQUID
ELECTRICITY."
Prices — E^eninc*. lCw, 2J>c. 35c and 50c. Matl-
oees. except Sundays and Uolldaya, 10c and 25c.
Dreamland F^ink
TUES. and FRIDAY • NIGHT. Oct. 15-18.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON, Oct. 20.
Fe«t» now oa sale at SHERMAN. CLAY &
CO.'S, Van Nw, above California.
PRICED — 92.00, *1.r.0, $1.00
Oakland concert at T« Liberty Monday. Oct.
34. Greek Theater Thursday afternoon, Oct. 17.
[DORAPARK
§ Opera House
OAKLAND.
Direction H. W. Blahop.
Opening Week of Planquette'a Romantic Opera,
"RIP VAN WINKLE"
Featcrlos FEBBIS HARTMAN as the Vagabond
of the CatukllU.
TOMORROW MCHT s
CIIAXD REOPEXIXG
OF SKATING RI.MC
Koats for opera bow on sale at Sherman, Clay
& Co.'*, 13th at. and Broadway. Oakland.
1 ALCAZAR !25
ABSOLUTELY "CLASS A" STRUCTURE
COR.VKR S UTTER AND STEIN'ER STS.
Bclaaco &\u25a0 Mayer, Owners and Managers.
TOXIGHT. A.YD ALL WEEK
The New Alcazar Stock Company in
"When Kniglood Was in Rower"
A Dramatization of Charles Major's
Famous Novel of the Same Name. |
MATIXEES SATURDAY AXD SUXDAY
I'UlCUS— Nlsnta, isc to $1; Mats.. 25c, 35c. 50c.
JIO.NDIY, OCT. 14 (By Reqne«t)
4 "THE PlT*'
WEEKLY CALL, $1 YEAR
FEDERATION OF LABOR
TO MEET NEXT MONTH
Important Questions Will
Come Before the Na
tional r>oay
WIELDS BIG POWER
Local Unions Affiliated With
It at Present Aggre
gate 270,000
' -A. matter that""^s
<"tCdJs^^cquwciL'^ engaging the at
>N^sllllcS^ > ' tention of the local
labor unions is the
approaching session in Norfolk, Va., of
the American federation of labor,
which has affiliated with it 118 inter
national trades unions, with 270,000 lo
cal unions, 36 state federations and 537
central bodies. The principal matters
to come up before that body include
the following:
The abolition of all forms of lnrolontary Bprr
itode. except as • pun tub men t " for crime.
Free schools and compulsory education, with
free text book*. , .
Protest agaiD*t "the abuce of the injunction."
An eight hour workday.
• Release from employment one day in seren.
The abolition of the contract system on public
work.
The municipal ownerthip of public utilities.
Tbe abolition of the sweat shop system.
Sanitary Inspection of factory, workshop, mine
and borae. \u25a0
Liability of employers for Injury to body or
loss of Uf«.
Tbe nationalization of telegraph and telephone.
The paßsage of antlchild labor laws In states
where they do sot exist and rigid defense of
them where they hare been enacted Into law.
Woman suffrage coequal with roan suffrage. '
Tbe lnltlatlTe and referendum and the Impera
tive mandate and right of recall.
Suitable and plentiful playgrounds for chil
dren In all cities.
Continued agitation for tbe public bath sys
tem In all cities.
Qualifications la permits to build of all cities
and towns that there sball be bathrooms and
bathroom attachments in all bouses or compart
ments used for habitation.
A *ystrm of finance whereby money shall be
Issued exclusively by the poternment, with such
regulations and restrictions as will protect it
from manipulation by the banking Interest* for
their own prirate gain.
Stationary firemen's union, local 86,
has elected J. Rlley vice president and
A. Beaver financial secretary and busi
ness agent. The union donated $25 to
a member who recently met with an
accident. At the meeting last Tuesday
night it received three members on
transfer cards and the petitions for
membership were presented. I Timothy
Reardon, recording: secretary of this
union, will leave next month to repre
sent the San Francisco labor council
at the American federation of labor. .
The varnishers and polishers are ar
ranging for the celebration of their an
nual anniversary with a ball on the
night of November 1. At the last
meeting 1 four members were admitted
on clearance cards and a like number
were initiated.
The weekly rest day bill, which pro
vides that all employes shall have one
day of rest in the seven, was approved
by the Italian chamber of deputies on
July 3.
New South Wales employers are
penalizing: some of their employes who
gave evidence before the arbitration
court.
Wages of the Durham and Cleveland,
En*., blast furnace- men will be ad
vanced l*i per cent for the current
quarter.
Unionism In Spain comprises 56,905
members, distributed through 373 local
unions. ; f \u25a0; .-" •:;•:
Adelaide, South Australia, soap and
candle factory employes have formed
a union.
About SOO men employed In the
breweries of Gothepburg, Sweden, have
been locked out.
The New South Wales government
proposes to establish wage boards as
a Eubstitute for arbitration courts.
LETS CXXLVXET CONTRACT— OakIand, Oct.
8. — The board of public worka this morning let
a contract for the construction - of a concrete
eulTert In Glen Echo Creek place at Bay I place,
formerly corered by a bridge, to the. Burrell
bridge and construction company, at $4,341.
Show the substitutor that you have
a mind of your own by getting what
you ask for.
AMUSEMENTS
I ANNUAL CONCERT I
OF THE |
Bohemian Club
The Midsummer Music
of Bohemia 1907
Foil Orchestral and Choral Score Under tbe
Direction of
MR. EDWARD F. SCHNEIDER.
Van Ness Theater
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, Oct. 11, at 2:30.
Seat Sale at Sherman & Clay's Music Store.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
GREEK THEATER
BENEFIT
FRESHMAN HALL FUND :
MANAGEMENT
Collegiate * Alumnae, Cat fornia Branch
Mr. Richard M. Ho taling .
"SAMSON"
Saturday, October 1 9 -
Referred seats, 31.50. General admis-
sion, 75 cents. . At Paul Elder & Co.'i,
A. 31. Robertson's, San Francisco | Sher-
man, Cloy <$; Co.'s. Kobler <t Chase's,
San Francisco, and.. Oakland, - and at
theater on nlgbt of performance. ".'\u25a0
Kipling Lectures
MISS HAMLIN .;•
Announces a Serlea of Three Lectures by
PROF. H. MORSE STEPHENS
On alternate Thursday Evenine* at 8:15 o'clock,
Gymnaslam Hall of Hamlio School. Entrance
2230 Pacific ay. and 2110 Broadway.
Tonight, October 10— "Kipling as the Inter-
preter of English Life In India.".
Tickets at 2230 Pacific it.-
BASEBALiIi
RECREATION \u25a0 PARK.
Valencia st. between Fourteenth and " Fifteenth.'
OAKLAND vs SAN FRANCISCO.
Wednesday, . Thnrsday, .. Friday and
Saturday ...-.....'.^...........3:00 p.m.
SUNDAY ...:... . . . . . :.. ..";.. . . .'. . . .2:30 p. m.
RESERVED BEATS at grounds aad H. Harris
A Co.'s. 1546 FlUmore st. . .
TONIGHT
COLISEUM
Baker Detween - Fell . and Oak.
Second Race— s-Mile Series
DAVIDSON. '-'ARNOLD, \ BIGNAMI ; and 1 Others.
Race csUed at 9:30 p.m. .
Admission. 20c. -Skating «ntil II p. m.
FINALS TOMORROW: NIGHT. .
vXhLbi !SAN FRANUI^CO :CAi^; 3^HIIRSDA Yr, OCTOBER: MI
Rivairy &f Auti^obil^
of Difficult Hill Climbing Conteks in California
PBESIPBXT ROOSEVELT AND FAMILY LBAVrxW THR "SUMMER CAPITOL" AT OYSTER BAY IN A> WHITE STRAMER. THE PBESI-
SpL.v f ,^A UIVKKIOP HORSES. WAS FORA LONGTIME "PREJUDIOEP .AGAINST THE AUTOMOBILE, BUT HE NOW TAKES
KEEN DELUJHT IN RIDING IN THE UP TO HATE VEHICLE AND DOES NOT OBJECT TO OCCASIONAL SPEEDING.
PATTOSIEN, WHO ELOPED,
RETURNS TO THIS CITY
Rumor Has It That Furni
ture Dealer Is Accom
panied by Miss Kneist .}\u25a0'.'\u25a0'\u25a0
"W. J. Pattoslon, formerly a furniture
dealer at Sixteenth and Mission strepts,
who caused a/sensation last 1 February
by deserting his wife and^ gloplng to
Germany with his stenographer/Miss
Sophie Kneist, slipped back into San
Francisco a few days ago and, while
making every effort to keep the knowl
edge of his return from reaching his
former acquaintances, is quietly con
sulting his attorney and giving his
attention to business matters which he
left at loose ends at the. time of his
elopement. Some mystery surrounds
the whereabouts of Miss Kneist, for,
while several persons claim to have
seen her in this city during the last
three or four weeks, her relatives have
heard nothing: of her/ .
Rumors, arising from the xcports of
Miss Knelst's presence here, have it
that she has been deserted in turn by
Pattosien, but many of the latter's
friends believe that she is still in Ger
many, waiting to' marry her former
employer after the storm of scandal
blows over and Mrs. Pattosien procures
her final decree of divorce. Miss Annie
Kneist, sister of the young woman,
has heard nothing from her since- the
elopement and is broken in health from
worry Induced by the notoriety given
the affair at the time. She said yester
day that if her elster had returned
to San Francisco she had" not been
apprised of the fact. :
MASONS HONOR MEMORY
OF COURT CRIER GREY
Federal Judges and Other Officials
Take Part in the Funeral Cere-
monies of the Order
The funeral of John T. Grey, crier
of the United States circuit court, was
held yesterday at King Solomon's hall
by Golden Gate lodge Noi 30, ; F. and
A. M. "Worshipful Master Parks con
ducted-the services. The music was
sung by the Masonic quartet. A large
floral piece representing n maltese
cross was sent by California command
ery N0.,1, of which Grey was a mem
ber. Among those present wereJlnited
States Circuit Judges W.W. Morrow of
this city. Erskine M. Ross of L.03 An
gells and William M. Gilbert of Fort
land, Or.; United States District' Judge
W. C. Van Fleet; Frank D. Monckton,
clerk of the United States circuit court
of appeals; John A. Schaertzer, deputy
clerk of the United States circuit court,
and Deputy United * States Marshal
George Burnham. The remains were
Interred in Woodlawn cemetery with
Masonic rlte3.
BOUNTY ON DEAD RATS
INCREASED TO 10 CENTS
Health Officers Feel Greatly Encour-
aged in Work of Stamping Out
the Plague
The committee of health officers un
der .whose supervision f the V bubonic
plague is*being combated held a meet-
Ing yesterday afternoon and In order
to encourage more workers- to kill - rata
decided to increase the bounty 'on all
dead rodents to 10 cents apiece . com
mencing today. .
:. TheA were no verified cases yester
day . nor was there any death. The
health officers feel ; greatly, encouraged
over the present .'.\u25a0= condition /of the
plague lin San Francisco and * they ) be
lieve that the stringent methods: used
in tearing down old shacks and un
healthful dwellings Is productive of the
desiredf result. . '"•- A'
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PHYSICIAN^TELLS HOW ' •\u25a0
HIS FEES ARE FIXED
Says Charges Are Made According
to Patient's?'- Ability
to Pay ;;
In the, suit of ; Dr. ;B^ Rosencrantz
against the executor of ; the estate r'of
Miss Christine Moritz ;\u25a0 for, $3,000 medical
fees.^a Jury in 'Judge^Hunt's"; court
yesterday returned ra^verdlct* awarding
the physician ;sl;l2s.:VL.ight' ; was;' shed
on 'the .mystery- 'of -..the. 'basis -v.ii'p'on
which" a physician fixes hia ; charges ii 5n5 n
testimony;- given by: Dr. '{ J. . H. Barbat.
..-: JThe ,,- position' of '; a ~ patient ;s; s } in -i the
scale -\u25a0 of * civilization W cuts -• no .^''figure
whatever,','* said Dr.; Barbat: , "Our.; fees
are 'relative to the patient's > ability^to
pay." ;}\:,;' ' ' , ... ; '. '-\-*y. ]r; V ; ' : ; :'\u25a0:.\u25a0"\u25a0
O'COXXELL SEEKS. HEARIXG
Daniel O'Connell,": who asked" that the
overhead |ftthe"
United" Railroads . arid g the -franchise : : of
the , Home 3 telephone company'jsbef can
celed', because ,they^ ( wereV' obtained tby
fraud,; filed s a ; petition^ yesterday ;, that
he be granted a'hearihgibefore)the":full
board -: of ;: T supervisors. *r a)^
leged that * the '.u h f avo rable l report -was
mlule?B6lely by}Chairmantd'Anconaf of
the % arid '/that ft he
latter's f contention : : : that :^ suit \u25a0 should be
brought ; by '-a.', ••'citizen '> .-;to f revoke 'the
franchises was not tenable. -
That Calvin'C. Elb was. the first to
negotiate jthe Twin* peaks, climb,* and
later the ' Stearus 'people gained \u25a0 the
honor of surmounting Mount Tarrial
pais, while last Sunday the White peo
ple did their stunt of going up Mount'
Diablo, has caused considerable dis
cussion along automobile row. It is
likely '. that the agents of the three
cars will go at the other hills that they
have; not climbed and try, to lower the
records.. This rivalry, has been brought
about by. each one of «the, three com
panies claiming superiority, for its feat.
=>' / -: \u25a0.• : -::* V : '; •"\u25a0'\u25a0' : '
. Donglas [Watson and Jack. Stine have
purchased a Thomas': flyer. •
Charles H. Howard of the Howard
auto company. ' was back on . automo
bile row yesterday, having ..returned
from a four weeks' trip through -the'
east. Howard visited the Buick 'fac
tory, of which car he is the^local agent.
He said that the company was pre
paring to make a' larger number of
cars the coming year than in any. pre
vious twelvemonth.
Word has been received by the Pio
neer automobile company from Dr. P.
M. Burns of Eureka v that" he reached
home from this city inhls new Thomas
40 without any trouble. Dr. Burns
wrote that he covered. 6o miles of sand
and mud up to the hubs of his car
while duck hunting recently and that
the machine plowed its way through
nobly. ,
Two carloads of model X Oldsmobllcs
left the factory on October 3, com
prising -the first shipment of 1908 cars
to the-Pioneer automobile' company. •
A light Franklin touring car owned
by Dr. Edward BlaisdellOof Brooklyn
covered 160 miles, consuming only 8%
gallons of gasoline: and three quarts
of oil. .The., roads,? were fairly good,
but the total weight"; of the passen
gers amounted to 690 pounds. ' :
WINTON
This is the last day in San Francisco of the Winton Coast-to-Coast Automobile Show.
Come and see the Sweet Running
T&en \u25a0 \u25a0 ":IV'." :1 V'. ji t»' t» 'Tib en- -
Runs all the time"like coasting down hill." Magnificent reserve p^wef,, because reg-
" ular running uses so small a part of the power plant's possible output/; Altogether 'the best
-there is. \u25a0 Given three ; times as much 'attention^in manufacture as a mbtorrcar : generally gets.
The "exclusive xar"i of ; 1908/ Entire output; limited {to] 500: cars/ of which San Fran-
cisco's quota is lesS;than half as niany as we asked for. Winton Six-Teen-Six buyers will
take^the honors^ and^set the ijpa'ce." "-' " i '\u25a0'['.\.-"s' ;_
Luxurious appoinfanents Sweet running engine V., Perfect carburetion v v
% -:. Double' ignition system Eisemarin> Magneto ;'.; Mechanical r lubrication
Goes^the route! on' top' gear, Double carburetor ' Multiple, disc .'clutch
, Perfect f shaft -drive v /-; ; Winton^ Twin "Springs / Brakes that 'HOLD
V Abundant room ; f or i seven ;;Remarkablel flexibility •_ '/. Cylinders offset .
- / i Singled nbnivibrating^ coil / M echanical ;r ' ; ; Silent "in
Great J power in i reserve * '.'., . Reserve/gasoline tank '; Three speeds f and; reverse
: Floating jtype rear^axle^ \u25a0 / "" • : . Beautiful flaring gijards i
_; ' Wheel base 120 inches— long ; enough to ) tfe elegant, not lon^ enough to be awkward in 'steer-
ing, \, All j parts ? corripletely housed.") Car; delivered to you equipped with S bow'top,
\u25a0glass front, 5 lamps. that ? light,; gas tank-or/gsnerator, horn, thatVtoote, and full set of tools that
ai« -useful/ '";/;;\u25a0;\u25a0/; \u25a0';' /--^/ --^ \u25a0_ \u25a0;;;;.,•• v : '\u25a0'. -"\ .'•.;.;\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0.* •. : -\.]\ <:\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0_,- .- : ~.\\./" i- ;
The piNTON MOTOR CARRIAGE CO.
426 arid 428 St:
CHINESE WOMAN LEAPS
FROM LINER INTO BAY
Wife of Merchant Becomes
Desperate When Land
ing Is Delayed
Because she misconstrued the reason
for the detention of herself and two
children on board the liner China/ Mrs
Chin Chee, wife of a Chinese merchant
at Tucson, Ariz.,- made two. desperate
attempts Tuesday night : to kill herself.
She Jumped overboard about j 5 o'clock
and was; dragged from the -water and
hoisted 1 on board after a desperate
f>g:h£ with, her rescuers. A few hours
later she tried: to strangle herself and
almost- "succeeded. ' •
Mrs.Chin Chee has been on a visit to
her native land. She was provided with
proper credentials, and .when ahe re
turned on the China she expected these
papers to insure her a speedy landing.
There was red tape to be unwound be
fore the Immigration .authorities would
accept the .woman's credentials. Be
coming-impatient,' she jumped over
board from the liner's gangway and
but for the prompt ' action of Quarter
master Paul Hinner, one of the heroes
of the" Columbia" disaster, she would
have perished. |o y\- '.'
J APAXESE ATTEMPTS SUICIDE
Adisaburo Marlomaki, \u25a0\u25a0' a Japanese,
*ig-ed; 35,.-; attempted suicide yesterday
afternoon vb^ , slashing - his -abdomen
with a' razor: 'The attempt was made
in a stone quarry at Folsom street and
Preclta". avenue. Joseph Thomas, a
workman; \ found the wounded man and
caused this removal to , the centra]
emergency hospital.
In Rail\vay Circles
In addition to the -taking off of fKe
few, trains"/ already : announced, "„ the
Southern Pacific will change from its
summer and schedule within a
week or lOidays. These changes have
not; been definitely decided upon, but
probably train 18 f or Lk>s Angeles leav
ing now.at 6 p. m. will leave at 8 p. m.
in ."order to Improve connections with
trains from the east. Train 17 in the op
posite" direction will arrive half an hour
earlier : to 'improve^' connections for ;.the
east.. Trains 83 ; and" 84 between here
and Bakersfield leaving terminals In the
morning^ will irun via' : Fresno, Visalla
and ' PorteryillH .connecting at Bakers
field : with trains 'to and from Los
Angeles, in connection with which they
\u25a0»v 111 f carry through sleepers between
Fresno. »nd Los Angeles. There will be
a~ number 'of minor changes In the San
Joaquin valley trains, and much needed
connecting ' train between Kerman and
Fresno, with trains 85 and 38 between
Snn- Francisco and Vlsalia. Probably
slight changes will be made in the serv
ice to Portland and Reno, possibly ex
tending* to Goldfleld, but nothing de
finite' has been decided upon.
L. M. Cheshire, contracting freight
agent of the .Union Pacific, with head
quarters at San Jose, was in this city
yesterday on business, and says that
everybody , In the -Santa Clara valley
has made money this year. ;
"I will give you one, Instance which
came . under my personal observation,"
he remarked. "A man wanted to fill
out a carload of dried apricots and of
fered 22 V& cents a pound for them, but
the. owner held out for, 25 cents. The
growers in. the Pajaro valley have done
well this year with their apples. .Up
to now there have been shipped from
out of the' valley, 600 cars of apples
and they expect to ship 600 more. They
are being sold at $1.60 a box and
there are 600 boxes in a car. A great
portion of the Bellflowers are going to
Texas points, 'although a great num
ber are being sent to Colorado and
Montana. A few cars have been sent
to Liverpool and have brought good
prices. Most of the Newtown pippins
are being sent abroad. A large acre
age has been put into apples this sea
son and a great many trees will be in
bearing next year."
R. H. Countlss, agent of the freight
transcontinental bureau, has been ap-.
pointed, representative of the western
lines on the uniform classification com
mittee, and it is probable that an act
ing . agent "of the freight trans
continental bureau will be appointed
to, take his place during the time he is
serving on the committee.
RECIPE \ FOR ROSY CHEEKS
A lady, prominent in social
circles just returned from a so-
journ In Europe, brings back
with her a valuable skin food
recipe, which, she says is in gen-
eral use among the society
women of France, who have an
international reputation for their
. exquisite complexions. The recipe
is as follows.
Two ounces of Rose "Water;
one ounce Spirits of Cologne;
rour ounces Sartoin (crystallized).
Put the Sartoin in a pint of
hot water (not boiling), soft
water being preferable. When
U is dissolved and cooled, strain
through a fine cloth, add the
Rose "Water and Spirits of Co-
logne. . This preparation to be
applied' twice a day or oftener
and massaged thoroughly into
the skin, and if adhered to per-
sistently is said to produce won-
ders even on the worst complex-
ion or roughest : skin. It is an
.inexpensive mixture and the in-
gredients can be gotten from any
well stocked drug store, the
above formula making enough to
last quite a while, and sufficient
for a very thorough trial.
The Ever Popular ;
Burlington Tourist
Sleeper Excursions
\ Ba^^BsflSai^&SSSESi
Personally Conducted
To St. Louis, St Joseph,
Every Thursday-
Salt -Lake — Scenic Colorado
To Boston, Chicago, Omaha,
Every Thursday
Salt Lake — Scenic Colorado
To Omaha, Chicago, f
. Every Tuesday .
" Salt Lake— Scenic Colorado
To Chicago, Omaha and East,
Daily Touriit Sleeper Service, via
Salt Lake, Scenic Colorado and Denver.
Through Standard Sleepers Every Day
San Francisco to Omaha, Chicago,
via Salt Lake, Scenic Colorado, Denver.
These new schedules Rive you half a
day in for sight-seeing De-
scribe your trip and let me show you
how to' make it the most attractive
way at the least cost: The Burling-
ton from Denver east forms, a con-
spicuous and comfortable portion of
the route.
G*t la ToucH With M».
W. D. SAKBOHS.
\u25a0 General Agent
795 Market Street.
San Francisco, California.
AUCTION
Parnassus Heights
Fronting on
GOLDEN GATE PARK
To Be Sold at Public Auction
LOCATION
On sunny slope. Just south of and
fronting on Golden Gate park, be-
tween 6th and 6th avenues, and J
and X streets, overlooking the en-
tire "Western Addition, the park and
reaching to the ocean.
CARS
Ellis street cars from Market and
Hayes and Masonic electric cars run
direct to the property without
change and for one fare.
IMPROVEMENTS
Artificial stone sidewalks, bi-
tuminized streets, gas and water
mains are already laid.
POSSESSION •
Immediate possession upon the
payment of the first payment of one-
fifth cash.
TERMS
One-fifth cash, balance in monthly
payments to cover a period of tour
years. Amount to be paid sooner at
option of purchaser.
DATE OF AUCTION
Saturday, October 12. 1907.
PLACE
. Our salesroom, 20 Montogmery
street.
TIME..
2 o'clock p. m.
6. H.UMBSEH & COMPANY
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers
STATIONERY
Parent's stationery is up to
date,
Is open early, open late ;
For books and stationery of
every kind
It always leads, is not behind.
To your attention Parent
A varied line of useful things,
Cutlery, leather goods, no-
tions, too,
And I a thousand others all
Parent's Stationery Store
818 Van Ness Ay.
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credential* ar« attested by th» Cbtnea* Ambas-
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fTHEGALL'S
BRANCH OFFICES
Subscriptions and Advertise-
ments; will; be received in San
Francisco at following offices :
l«51«Fll.l/MORE STREET
Open until 10 o'clock every nljht.
818 VAX NESS AVEXUE
v • .Parent's Stationery Store.
3200 FILLMORE STREET
.Woodward's Branch.
i 553 HAIGHT STREET
Chrlstlan'a Branch.
SIXTEENTH AXD MARKET STS.
V : Jackson's Branch.
974 VALENCIA STREET >
Halllday'e Stationery Store.
1 1«8 VA LEN CIA STREET
Blake's Bazaar. ..
3011 18T1I ST. COR. 'MISSION
.International Stationery Store.
-5713 MISSION STREET
The Xewserle.
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