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Girls of the Holy Redeemer
Church to Present Farce
Miss Kate Smith (Bushnell, photo)
GIRLS PRACTICE BASKET BALI.
Forty-one girls of the Polytechnic
high school, under the captaincy and
coaching of Lillian Heinze, have* been
practicing for the coming league bas
ket ball games. The girls have been
playing at the Toung Men's Hebrew
association's gymnasium in Page street
near Starjyon. Among the prominent
players of past seasons who have
turned out for this season's team are
Miss Heinz*. Miss Margery Robinson
and Miss V. Kendrick. One of the
most promising of the candidates is
Miss Gretta McDowell, a freshman who
1? trying for the position of forward
on The team.
Do Yon Want 95.00?
"Read THE CALL'S weekly offer on
> S. LOVERICKMAIMAGER.
BUY YOUR SEATS TODAY!
Thursday Afternoon, Oct. 22
Tendered to the Mother and Sister of the late
ROBERT A. SHAYTH
By the Associated Theatrical Managers, Musicians' and Theatri-
cal Stage Employes' Unions and Press of San Francisco
MONSTER CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
EVERT THEATEIi ON THE PROGIIAM!
f>ferrr4 Seats, $1.50 and $1.00. dow on eale at the Princes* Box Office.
Ellia atreet rear Fillmore. Absolutely Clasa "A
MATTNEB TOI>AT AND EVERY DAY
•The Oprxator." with LTSTER CHAMBERS
ecd CLARA KNOTT; REDFORD AND WIN-
CHESTER: LA PETITE MIGNON: BELLE
THORNE: THERESA RENZ; ORACIE EM;
METT 4 CO.: JLTITER BROTHERS; NEW
ORPHEUM MOTION PICTURES. La»t vreek,
CfWt Mualc*l Furor?. THE ECCENTRIC GEN-
NARO AND HIS VENETIAN GONDOLIER
BAND. Evening prices. 10<\ 25c. COc, 75c. Box
p»st« $1. Matlne* price* (except Sundays and
holiday, l. 10c. 25c, POe. Phone West 6000.
Marker St.. near 7th. Phone Market 381.
THE SAME PEAT FOR THE SAME
A MUSICAL COMEDY TREAT
TONIGHT. THIS WEEK ONLY
A Knight for a Day
With BOBBY BARRY. ELSIE HERBERT
and • Sparkling Companj of to.
PRICES — Evenings, 25c, 50c, 75c and SI.
NO HIGHER.. Matinee*, 25c. 60c mad 75c
SI&iE" isle"of spice
NEW A I PA7 A R Slitter and Slelner
EELASCO & MAYEH. Owner, and Uuuvsra.
AMERICA'S BESJ STOCK CO.
TONIGHT AND ALL THIS WEEK V
Paul Armstrong* drataatitatl<« of Bret Harte't
stirring etory of the Sierras.
PRICES— Et*., 23c to $1; Mat.. 2.'» c to 50c.
MATINEES SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
NEXT WEEK— "STKOKG HEART."
Market and "Eighth Streets— Phone Market 777.
ERNEST E. HO WELL, Proprietor and Manager.
TONIGHT AND ALL WEEK
THE SENSATIONAL FEATURE
A Race Across
The Melodramatic "Around the World In 80
l ** >% 'n ELABORATE SCENIC EFFECTS
MATINCE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
. •;„ ' PRICES— ISc, 25c and 00c.
S%£ "THE VELVET WASt*
CONCERTS, LECTURES, ETC.
Grand Benefit St. Mary's College
In Aid «f tl«e GYMNASIUM FUXIJn
THURSDAY EVENING. Oft. 22, ;IW)S i
Kxr»ptl«nallr article projrram. Inciudlnr KOLB
• n«i DM.L. ARTHUR OKNNINOHAM. SIGNOR
KNCARNACAO an«J MISS-JUDI». the Famoua
Wblstling soloist. AdmiMlOß— Jl.oo.
YOUNG WOMEN TO
RAISE BOOK FUND
Sodality Will Give Entertain
pient in Puckett's Hall
Good Program Planned for Af
fair Which Will Aid
The Young Ladies" sodality of the
Church Of the Most Holy Redeemer
will give an entertainment in Pucketfs
Cotillon hall Thursday evening, Octo
ber 22, at S o'clock.
The object"V>f the entertainment is to
secure funds with which to» purchase a
first installment of books for the
library which the sodality has decided
to establish for the use of Its mem
A good program is assured and the
numbers wiH include a violin solo by
Miss M. Elizabeth Dolan, a vocal solo
by MJss Anna H. Bolder and Messrs.
Leo Baldwin and James Leddy and a
one act farce, entitled "Mrs. Millions'
Munificence," which will be presented
by the following young women, who are
members of the sodality:
Miss Kate Snfith, Miss Lucy Keane,
Miss Loretto A- Barr, Miss Cecelia
Smith, Miss Edna Crowe. Mies Helen
McCarthy and Miss Marie Tierney.
Miss Harriet M. Gallagher is presi
dent of the sodality and the committee
in charge of the affair includes Miss
Carrie McCann (chairman). Miss Mary
E. Moran.Miss Isabella McDonald, Miss
M. Frances Smith, Miss Olive J. Harri
gan and Miss Julia Quinn.
BORSOS* CASE CONTINUED
The case of Michael Borsos, charged
with the murder of Mrs. Augusta
Towle of the Brown Palace hotel. 570
O'Farrell street. Saturday morning, waa
called in Police Judge Shortall'a court
yesterday and was continued till Sat
urday. is under treatment for
his wounds at the Lane hospital.
Freight to Goldfleld
3 day freight service (refrigerator) to
Goldfleld and Toaopah via Southern Pa
cific and Tonopah & Goldfleld R. R. •
PIS. LOV ERICH. MANAGER.
EIII» «tr«>et near Fillmore. Clam "A" theater.
MATINEE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY .
The- Merry Musical Comedy •
THE OFFICE BOY
Popular prices — Erenlnc*. 25e. 50c, 75c. Matl-
ness (except Sundays and holidays), 25c and 50c.
BEGINNING NEXT MONDAY NIGHT
KOLB AND DILL &*»£ f- tera
"PLAYIING THE POIVIES"
SEATS NOW ON SALE
UAST SIX NIQHTS
In Edwin Milton Royle*» Virile Western Story.
Mces— s2, $1.50, $1, 75c «nd 50c.
THE GREAT RACING PULY.
Valencia fit. near 14th -Phone Market 17.
AN IMMEDIATE HIT
George Barr MoCutchoon'fi Famous Ixtve Story
Presented by Valencia Stock Co., Including
Matinee Wednesday, all seats 25c. Even-
ing*, 25c to 73c; Box Seats |l.
Next Sunday — "Hit Excellency the Governor"
1 BEATRICE FINE,-(Soprano)
ANNA MILLER WOOD, (Alto)
In "AN EVENING OP SONG."
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BALL
THIS. THURSDAY, EVB.. Oct. 22. at 8:15.
Superb rr ft » ram of duetts and solof. Seats
79c and $1, "NOW on sale at Sherman. Clay
»& Co.'c. Baldwin piano used. '
WILL BINO AT, VAN NESB
NEXT SUNDAY SURE t,!
CONCERTS, LECTURES, ETC.
Joe — —
50C THIS WEEK
xz^z; THE fOUR CORNERS
Matinee i AC TUC CinTU
25cr or int lakih
THE SAN FKAN(JIBCO CALL, TUEHDAYy- OCTOBER' 2O; vI9Q&:
Rear Tires of Autos Stand
Most Strain at High Speed
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The new little six cylinder Winton. Those in the car are,' reading from
left to right: H.C.-Prentiss, A. H.Dawson, Charles v A.D'Arcy at the
wheel, and H. L. Owesney, manager of the^ local branch of the Winton motor
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PLANS MADE FOR
AUTO ROAD RACE
Local Enthusiasts Will Try to
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Find Highway Suitable for
Two Days' Mcct '\u25a0\u25a0"''\u25a0
R. R. l'Hommedieu
There is a strong movemenfon foot
among automobile men favoring- a road
race in the early part of spring. Among
those who favor^ road racing are E.P.
Brinegar of the , Pioneer automobile
companj-, H. L. Owesney of the Win
ton company, Charles ; B. Shanks of
the Steams company, A. E. Hunter, of
the Mitchell company; A. B. Costigan,
agent for the Stevens-Duryea^cars; C.
H. Howard of the Buick agency , and
the "White . company, Norman de Vaux
of the Auburn. agency, H.L. Pelton of
the Auto vehicle. company, , A: D. Plug
hoff of J. TV. Leavitt &. Co. and JR. J.
Marx. ' . \u25a0•w,. : . '\u25a0 \u25a0 . : _',\u25a0:
The movement has gone so far that
a car will leave the city % on : Sundayror
Monday in search of a course that will
be suitable for such a contest" \u25a0; The
scheme is to hold a two days- meet.
The first day to be given over to the
smaller cars and on the second day the
high powered vehicles will compete.
Only stock cars will be allowed in the
contests. \u0084 _ - . .t
STt'DEBAKEII PATH FINDER
J. H. Eagal, manager of the automobile de
partment of tfle Studehaker Brothers of Califor
nia,' bas receiTcd word from the home office that
Donald Mrlntosh of Cleveland and Fred I^. Egtey
of Chicago left Chicago recently for Minneapolis
with a. Stuilebakpr "Thirty" for th*- purpose of
soourlng the northwest for a suitable route for
next year's Glldden toar. Both are familiar with
the Glidden necessities and will make a close
•tudy of road conditions, hotel possibilities and
other phases of the requirements. From Minne
apolis the tourists will continue to Dnlnth and
possibly to Winnipeg, Canada. Recently both
Mclntosh and Estey eoTered the roiite from Chi
cago to Denver — the path frequently discussed
for next year's Glldden— md all fire Studebflkers
] in their train negotiated the entire route without
adjuntmont. They believe the route. ls too easy
for Glidden pnrposes. They will give the north
west roads close inspection, with the hope of
finding a pathway which will be difficult enough
for the modern American antomobllist.' AH in
formation obtained will be placed at the disposal
of the touring committee of 'the American auto
mobile association and other clnbs and organiza
tions throughout the country. • \u0084
LEAVITT, HAS HARD RUN
J. W. T^eavltt, who is now. on a business trip
to the east, had an exciting experience the other
day. Feeling the need of a Bhave very greatly.
Learnt left the train at Ogden and went up town
to a. barber's. . He was detained -for a" few mo
ments, then returned to the. station to find that
his train was leaving and was about 75 yards out
of the station. He made ' a dash , for it. i and
there, is little doubt that a new record for
the 220 yard dash was established that day, as
the distance had increased by the time r.eavltt
had reach the rear end. A. D. Phigoff . a ra«>m
ber of the firm of J.W.- Leavitt company." has
forwarded a safety razor to Leavitt for fear the
latter may next time miss bis train.
Word was received from Kansas City, yester
day that Italpb Baker drove his White steamer
a mile In 5i'.2-5 seconds on a circular track in
the final brat of the fastest free for all race ever
witnessed there. Time for five miles.' 4:52. Gus
Seyfrled. piloting another White steamer, fin
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An Interesting incident of the Cleveland race
meet was the victory of , the model A Winton.
built in 1005, over half; a. dozen other makes of
current models. \u25a0 This particular car 'is In the
rental service." After working steadily for four
years it ran Into the track with a load of rental
passengers, - unloaded, lined up at the tape ' and
won. \u25a0 ' \u25a0 •; ' \u25a0 ' ' .- •\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0/\u25a0'-\u25a0 \u25a0• : \u25a0
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.The Howard automobile company reports ; the
sale and delivery of a 30 horsepower/four cylin
der Bulck roadster to G. -WV. Koberts of .Marys
vllle, who was in town this, week. v He shipped
the. car to Vallejo by boat and. accompanied by
F. .Roberts, drove, to their homes in Tuba cotmly.
The company also reports the rale and delivery
of a Buick "White Streak*.' to Dr.. Otto Wester
feld of this city,' which he has already placed in
service In his practice. . s»
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\u0084.The. The London- autumn' exhibition of motor cars
at Olympia under the auspices of. the Society of
Motor Manufacturers and' Traders will -be -held
from November IZ to November / 21. : The show
will be confined -'to racing, touring and pleasure
cars and accessories,- . and a show for commercial
vehicles and motor' boats \u25a0\u25a0> will .be \u25a0 held \u25a0 next
spring.- . ' •\u25a0; ; .'\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0: .- •\u25a0.. " ; •• \u25a0\u25a0', - .- -\u25a0\u25a0:,
The principal novelty at the coming exhibition
will be. the \u25a0 new/ types of four inch touring
cars which have . taken part In th«> islo of Man
race, . but - there •\u25a0 will ; also ibe \u25a0 several •. new \u25a0 de
partures In engine design of £ a 1a 1 startling charac
ter. Over three hundred firms have entered their
products, and the whole of the space In Olympia
and Us annex will pc completely.; occupied. \u25a0
PICTURES: DELIGHTS OF
ORIENT ANDWEST INDIES
Hamburg-American Line Issues
Booklet Describing Many
s "Winter To^the Orient— To
the West \;iAdles"vis ; the vtltle of :\u25a0 a
pamphlet Just Issued' byA the) Hamburg-
Am ierlcan' line ; picturing 1 the dellghts'Tof
winter,- cruises to ithe v orient.*, the ka
leidoscopic scenes along:the Mediterra
nean, in Esrypt andion the Nile, .as well
as the - tropical beauties ?of = the ! "West
'Indies. . ; - \u25a0 • \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -•\u25a0•\u25a0. '«i: ? " ::\u25a0.\u25a0.. : : \u25a0 ,-;,-'
'The scenes of historical- interest.- the
beauties \u25a0 of t art i and! nature,;, are de
scribed in ran interesting: .manner, and
the ; excellent illustrations in r f half ; tone
throughout the book are so well chosen
and clear, that the book will , bo kept . as
an Interesting an 4 valuable , work of in
formation on travel. •\u25a0.:. ii^i :*% ;, .
\u0084The traveler .who : is ; disposed Ao ivlslt
pressed > by; the ease ;\u25a0 and I comfort t with
which* the fdeslre? can i, be jaecompllßhed
wh*>n»vhe*;consultis iitheiiiproßrams of
cmlses 5 and tours '..which i the -Hamburar-
American -line ? has li arranged i I or,l« the
coming Seagan.'- In the last . pages of
the book 'he will find complete informa
tion as to routes,- duration, cost, etc .',
The booklet, "Winter Voyages— To
the Orient — To the ; West "Indies,".: may
be Obtained upon application to any of
fice or agency of. the . Hamburg-Ameri
can line. > : ,
MAN WHO BURNED HOME r
OF WOMAN FACES PRISON
WiUiam Sjgencer to Be ! Sen
tenced Saturday for Setting
Fire to House
-William Spencer, whoywas arrested
August. 24 on the charge of arson,
pleaded guilty before Judge Cook yes
terday and will be brought up for sen
tence next Saturday. . \u25a0. ; . ,-
Spencer was charged with having
burned down a small dwelling house at
Eighteenth street '"'and San Bruno-ave
nue Just prior to the date of. his arrest.
At^,the time of the fire there . were in
the ; house Mrs. Joseph Sheridan, Miss
Annie Conley and Mrs.' Sheridan's baby.
Spencer had quarreled with Mrs. Sheri
dan and had declared that he would re
venge himself on her. , . .' '-<;;;\u25a0
A Few Words With
the Lady of the House
. Education 1 is "an "ornament and , a
refuge in adversity. — Aristotle.' * \u25a0
Dishesfor Children of School A j;c ..
Tresh Fish Chowder. .:
Cream Soups (Corn, Spinacii, Celery,
Tomato, Onion. '^Potato).
Rice, Cooked ; in Broth with Tomato,
* Onion, etc.
Frizzled Dried Beef. Rice and Milk.
Cracker and Milk. Bread and Butter.
Cream. Toast. Potato Sponge Cake.
"Water or Milk Sponge Cake.
Pulled Bread.. Cocoa.
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There are few accomplishments of
greater importance than a mastery of
the art of conversation, and yet thou
sands of girls spend, years in the futile
study of music or painting, for.: which
few of them have any talent, when
they might be ; much more profitably,
employed in learning to talk Intelli
gently and entertainingly.. This does
not require special gift and may;.be
achieved by, anybody with ordinary
\A good conversationalist knows how
and when : to listen , as well as how, and
when to talk. There is noUiingmore
stimulating, and gratifying to a speaker
than an attentive hearer who interjects
intelligent questions at ._ appropriate
places. The effect is like that of throw
ing an occasional 1 fagot on: a. bright 'fire.
• One may epeak correctly, and even
elegantly. b>r the use of a moderate
number of ordinary words. It is not
necessary/ to use high sounding and
unusual; expressions -where some ; sim
ple Saxon phrase will fully convey the
meaning. The, best speakers and writ
ers employ the simplest language. The
secret* of good writing \u25a0; and correct
speaking lies in the possession of a
well selected vocabulary and a thor
ough knowledge of the meaning of
words contained in it. The working
vocabulary-" off' professional^ \u25a0;"•. writers.
Journalists, novelists and the like rare
ly exceeds 5.000 words and "is often no
more -than' 3, ooo.
It is a mistake to imagine that amia
bility:.demands r.constant agreement
with" others. Any one who has devoted
thought to a subject is entitled to -have
an opinion ontthat subject, and any in
tellectual speaker enjoys the spurs of
courteous * . contradiction .or • dissent.
Most people are apt to think contemp
tuously of ay woman who has no -mind
o/sher own,* andif rmere words consti
tuted conversation a phonograph would
answer, the purpose. \u25a0 > ; ' • .-
• Quotations 1 are usually, distasteful .to
a cultivated -mind, and .an . original
thought, no matter, how, simple, is much
more pleasing; than the repetition' of
hackneyed lines. .";\u25a0>-'*
'\u25a0\u25a0- Anecdote Is a ; valuable adjunct to
conversation.! but it; should" not be fal
lowed "to develop « into what- someo ne
has \u0084 described ' as ;: . "anec-dotage." A
woman' can *i seldom^ tell a «> story with
good effect,' even* though the-facts are
drawn from her - own experience, -and
tho : effect" of a . story that falls flat is
more \u25a0: depressing i tha.n \ the breakage ' of
the only can' opener at a picnic.
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Colors gives meaning to the painter's
rK»ter^ to l>e bcaut^l^^
cleanses^ preserves f^nd beau tines the teeth,
•without^injury^prev^ts tooth decaY and
4imf«ufts^ pur^y fragran^ to thej ; p«ath
• S..T. Edwards lot Kentucky is at th«
St.: James. \T\,; : >: .'.';,';'\u25a0 "". ':',_ •' \u25a0"•rji .\u25a0;\u25a0'".. X ; : "-';
J. H. ! 'Rohr-of 'New York isfatUhe
Baltimore; ;",: . '
; John* Miller of New Tork is. at .the
Dorchester.. < ; l&Pff'ffjjfi'RaCT
Fahranberit of Xew York is
at the •'Jefferson.
i : /;. Ruf us C. ' Thayer "of Goldfi eld - • is \ a
guest .at the St. Francis. \u0084:,
. J. p. > Thompson and; wife of -Boston.
Mass., areat, the Majestic.
Mrs: -A: J. Ruriyon of Courtland reg
istered yesterday; at the St. \ Francis.
i-' E. \u25a0 S/6fr,^ a.mine operator of -Valdei,
Alaska,; is ; a, guest; at the St." Francii.
1 Fred --Wl W«»t, ; ;a Sacraniento bufi-*
nessman,; is a ; guest, at the St. j Francis.
Wrigrht "of \u25a0\u25a0 Los Angeles i and: J.
Meyers : of New York are at th c Manx.
Dr.- Irvin- N. Frasse of Los Angeles
registered yesterday at the St. Fran
cis. 4 \u25a0;\u25a0•:•;"?\u25a0:• •;;- |:^^^§^pßSß9
Robert XiJColeman and Mrs.. Coleman
of Burlingame are guests at the Fair
mont./;\u25a0 .."\u25a0-' ' '; \u25a0 .
C.iL. Nelson and" wife of . W66dland
and'J.S. McKay of Pittsburg aresat
the, Savoy. ;. ; \u25a0 > rj
.Among the late arrivals at the Fair
mont is Mrs. Georgian* y.'Polhemug of
San Diego. > \u25a0 ' ' ' •
/ F-. . C. Whittimore' of Guaymas, Mex.,
and J. S. Durlin of LO9 Angeles are at
• J. T. Tizeley" of .Morrison.- 111., and C.
H. Christensen and Wife of Chicago are
at the Imperial. \u25a0 \u25a0. : \u25a0•- \u25a0 >
Lewis" P. Shackelford,' a mining man
of Juneau, Alaska, registered yesterday
at ; the .St. Francis. - .
• 'State ; Senator Ben B. Cartwright *of
Alhambra, accompanied by, his wife,
are staying at the' St. Francis. .
Among recent arrivals at the Hamlin
are-F. C.Dunlop and wife of Portland
and C. W. Beyerton of Pacific Grove.
Former Mayor W. S. Clark of Eur«ka
and Robert J. Kellen; a contractor of
that city, ;are' guests at the Stewart.
! Mrs.' A. D.'i' Carpenter of Uklah and
1 Lewis' Pierce and Mrs. Pierce of Sul
6un are- among the recent: arrivals at
the"; Fairmont. . ;
-Mrs. J. J.'Morey and Mrs. I. H. Tut
tle. prominent members of the Eastern
Star. ;arrived- yesterday at < the Fair
mont from their homes in WatsonviUe.
-Among ; recent arrivals at the Ar
gonaut; are J.'> "W. Justice Craig and
wife vof Dawson,<H.\ W.- Knickerbocker
of^.Rawhide, New, and H. J. Hurlbert
of Chicago. \u25a0
Among recent arrivals at the Stewart
are .Captain and Mrs. A. Cranston, U.
S. A; W.F. Purnell and Mrs. Purnei
of Sacramento and Mrs. L. J. -White of
Sacramento. : - ! V 1
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OLD OFFENDER NABBED
Lawrence -Jackßon,,' a well known
crook, was arrested yesterday by De
tectives Kyan and,.O'Dea and was
booked at .the' city prison on a charge
of burglary and a -.charge, of grand
larceny. It' is. alleged . that "tie broks
into the saloon of George -W. Mitchell.
556> Pacific : street, -on October 6 and
stole , two' revolvers and $11. He also
is accused of stealing , from I* Lagan,
Mitchell's . bar tender, a diamond ring
valued at $60.
.Sample MIlliBery": >"•
'See the ?5 hats at Baum's sample
Parlors. 602 Pacific building. - . . •
" See I the "Page: for the Modern
House Keeper," which appears reg
ularly >in the magazine of The
Sunday Call. Cash prizes are given
each week for best household ideas
and kitchen recipes. Send in your
choicest ones to "Modern House
Keeper Page," The San Francisco
Sunday CalL ; . .
imagrinings, and the great teacher, na
ture, keeps a world of Imitators in
spired.. Each color^has its distinctive
character, and the musician finds such
color: character even in his notes — the
thinner sounds suggest the paler, shades
and the fuller sounds are identified
with the warmer - tones. Color Is - a
world in itself; it hides Itself behind the
world \u25a0 of r music and wraps the \u25a0 listener
in its glow; it keeps alive the.worldof
art and In Its-own riches; it
touches the world of realities- and
places its l>fe where the shadows were.
-Nature gives .her colons; the fire
catches and gives them all back In the
firelight; chemistry finds them and
fabrics are dyed; fire and dyes^unite,
and a lifeless thing takes on imperish
able colors. , .-.;•;\u25a0,
The Modern House Keepers' Exchange
To RrißMtn <he Carpet (Mrs. F. G.
"Wiggs. Benicla) — Tea leaves , or coffee
grounds or a mixture of both Are excel
lent to brighten a carpet, and prevent
raising' a: dust if sprinkled over th«
carpet .-; damp before sweeping. -They
will not stain. •^Sffl^BtSfa
IVnch'Fllilngr for Layer Cake (Helen
McPhun, 1900, Turk street/ San.Franc
isco) — -W'hlte of one egg, one cup of
sugar., one; cup - peaches; beat all to
gether for- half -an hour, or until
creamy: Berries or bananas can : be
used instead of peaches.
To Kffp the Hair Healthy (Mrs. M.
Hellman. . S, Harmon court. Oakland) —
Brush vfor...five :to - ten * minutes every
and j night, using a fairly stilt
brush. Wash often to keep it clean, but
not to make it brittle and dry. ;Do not
use scent* hair oil or pomades. If the
hair, needs oll;a little vaseline rubbed
in every night will- do • wonders toward
making it healthy and glossy. To make
the eyebrows dark and well shaped rub
a- little vaseline \u25a0\u25a0. into : them and : brush
with a small tooth brush. -
. -Health '.jrotea-^-When one is tired > he
gets rest , by: breathing ;fre«h. cold air,
because weariness and exhaustion are
due . simply =to• an accumulation of poi
sons and other waste matt«*s generated
by work and retained >in -the body, and
these are .burned up by the "oxygen
taken 'in, through cold air.- " -v
.The Sundbas; for Comfort— A sandbag
as a warmer is said to be greatly supe
rior to a hot; water bottle, which" many
people:priz©Bo:highly., Get some clean
fine \u25a0 sand.vdry it thoroughly;* make a
bag | about? eight -inches square of flan
nel.: fill it with dry sand, sew; the open
ing 5 carefully -together^ and cover- the
bag i with "> cotton or s linen > ; cloth. ; This
will. prevent :the sand from sifting out
and also enable any one to heat the bag
quickly -by* placing, it in an oven- or: «n
top of a - stove." The sand holds the heat
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Tlie Kind You Have Always Bongrlit htm borne the signa-
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under hi?
personal' supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you " in. this. Counterfeits, Imiiations' and
" Just-as-good '* are but Experiments,' and endanger tho
health of Children— Experience against lisperiment.
\ What is OASTOR^A
'(\u25a0: . Oastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil. Pare*
goric, Drops and Soothingr Syrups. It is Pleasant. It •
contains : neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarcotio
substance. Its asre is its guarantee. It destroys Worm»
- and allays Feverlshness* It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething: Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It: assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep*
The Children's Panacea— The Mother's Friend.
TieliM You toe Always BoiigM
, >* Bears the Signature of • —
In Use For Over 30 Years,
Tk« oeirrauii WMnaT. rr MU**** •Twarr. new t^wh crrr. \
Wheatine Bread 5c
For Sale Wherever Good Bread Is Sold
Oom Paul Rye 10c
Wl»y not" have <h* h*»t of Bread^— It «••<»• \u25a0» little
and meant so much for your »tomaeh'« sake.
B« sure our label I* on every loal. If you can not set
It from your Breadman rtaff'ua up.- '. , »
California Baking Co.
CHAS. LOESCH, Manager *
Sar^SSS' Pillmore anti Eddy Sts.
. DENIES" RUMORED E^fGAGEMEXT
GUTHRIE. Okla.v .Oct. 19.— Miss
Frances \Haskell this morning denied
the truth of the^'sitory^telllngr' of^ her
alleged engagement to Samuel Bowles
Jr., son of Samuel Bovfjes, editor of the
Springfield (Maas.)^RepiiDlican.' Miss
Haskell intimated ; that, she^ Was en-
gaged . to marry' Leslie G. Niblack of
Guthrle." editor or\ the*,Guthrie Leader.
iffoutorA The more
the food, the more^
the necessity for
the help of good
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Most people take Mustard with
. pork, for msttnee^ It is its natunl
complement. Same with beef.
. Muttcn is more easily digested and
the necessity is not so pronounced.
Yet even the flavour of mutton is
improved and its digestion made
easier by the use of Mustaid. In
fact, there are few meats or kinds
of game that are not improved by "..
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Subscriptions and advertise-
ments will be •'. received in
San Francisco at jfollowing
offices: fHHI ' • -".
IGSI FILLMORE STREET
Open until 1 0 o'clock every night
818 VAX NESS AVESTB
': Parent's,, Stationary ;, Store :
2200 FILLMORE STREET
.Treroayne's; Branch \u25a0 \u25a0 „
" . 853 • HAIGHT STREET-
y ' Christian Branch ,
180 ' SIXTH A VE3TUE
. Ye -Odde^ Shop :•
SIXTEENTH AND MARKET, STS.
. Jackson's • Branch | - .- "i ~c
1108 ;. VALENC I A; STREET,
.• Blake's Bazaar -
•74 '"- VALENCIA i STREET 4
Ilalliday'B Stationary Htore
, aOIIiI«TH?ST. v COR. I MISSIOX
Internatlonaljr^ Stationary -Store
Ready Reference for Buyers
AIIRJIDNi AUBURN UOTOB CAR CO..
AUOUI\I\ 519 Goldea Gat« aj. T. Park 1473
AIlTfirAP WALTER C. MORRIS.
AU 1 UW\K wo Van Nesa. T. Frank'n am
DITIfI/ HOWARD AUTOXOBILB CO^
DUIWIV 453 Golden Gate a*. TeL Market 1338
rfI MPT HALL AUTOMOBILE CO..
VASITICI 640 Vaa Ne«9 a». and 651 Tnrk »t.
CflOn STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO..
rUIVLI 543-347 G. G. ar.. TeL Marktt 3240.
MITrHPI I OSKN & HUNTER AUTO CO.
iTlll vIICLLt 407 o. O. af. T. Market-TT23
UAf»M MOTOR CAR AGENCIES CO..
iTIIA/ll 445 Golden Gatt ar.. tel. Market 43.
DCCDI PCC -" \u25a0 AUTO LIVERY CO..
rCCKLCM 601 G. C. TeL Frsnklla 1533
PIERCE ARROW .%% <£%ftj&
niuni m D. B. WHITMAN.
KAJTIDLCK 491 G. O. ar. TeL Market 783
DC V A 1 11 T Renault Item Setllnif Braneb.
KrUIAULI SlB-322 Van Neaa. T. liarktt 9»l
STODDARD'DAYTON Sg^tf .^ ;
CTIinCDAf CO Fremont and Mission Ma..
h 1 UIJCDAIVCKr Phone Donglas 30Oa
TfIITDICT ' AUTO VEHICLE CO..
1 UUKlbl MO,O. Q. it., tel. mmklln 2465
mjuitc , THE WHITE CO~ 137 Hajes tt.
WnilC B3S 17th at.. Oak. TeL Market 1705.
11/IWTfiW" Wtaton Motor Carriage Co./
WlriiUiV aoq \an Xea« >t.. T. Market 1873
BOGEN, H. W. '%^tS^\Sr
CHANSLOR & LYONS £V&A jfe '
GEO. P. MOORE CO.T^ar&ma
GUARANTEE 127 Blm arenae.
BATTERY CO. • Telephone Franklin ZITZ.
cDiirnnoc ignition apparatus. •
Or LI 1 UK) tit 520 Van Nets. T. Market 2898.
IMA JttnUTY DIAMOND ROBBER CO..
UIAiTIUnU 303 G. G. «t. A 2d & MJaalon.
CICI/' THE FI3K KDBBER CO- ~
rlolSk 1038 Golden Gat« a*., tel. Wnt C7t9. ,
art A I GudJ XIRS CO..
BOQ J 414-418 Van Ntw >^ T. Marktt 1085
MAX. AUMLOCK SJ.'^afifliS-
U/HITC ' THE WHITE CO.. 13T H*J«s it.
TT Ul 1 D 638 17th at.. Oak. T«L M»rk»t HO3.
DDrkAfYIX/AV torvmdw*T «nd Polk »t». "
pKUAiIWAY t«i rwpkita 2soa
DA/*ini/* Paclfle and Polk »t«.
rAHrIC Tel, rrtnklln 2930. ;
Washington a ar«r
PAINTERS; TRIMMERS IBODY BUILDERS
AL MORRISCO. .%tftsfiS£::.
COMMAKY. \ 759-789 O. 0. •».
SHIPMAN * MBRKEL f Tri. Park «23-
S. F. AUTO REPAIR Ca^Sr^
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AUTO CLEARING HOUSEt^i I^ 1 ?
AUTOyEHiaECO.t.^ G B >^^V
AX/HITC THE WHITE CO.. 137 Hayes «t. "
YY 111 1 C 63a itui »t; Oak. ' Tel. Market 170 S. :