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Chief Events Are
Show and Balls Given by
Elks and Dancing Clubs
[Specie/ Dispatch to The Celt]
SACRAMENTO. Jan. SO.— The Carae
liar.s rendered the tfiird club show of
the season at St. Paul's parish house
last night, and this performance, like
the others, was successful.
There was a - coaiedietta. "The Broken
Hearted Club"; a one act interlude by
George A. Curnmings entitled • "The
Llrn:u" and a one act farce. "Betsy Ba
ker." -
Those taking part were: •
Mis* lisldor Sohad Ivktor ClUinberi
I MIM 1t» HufUv^n ifc**^liH. SJ>»>p*rd •..
'"Miss •;«-» .-Jfrpy Mull Mi<s Kat&crin- V. Van
M!»* Titfra. ft^t ;E, EJUs !'.«il"ct
Ws*» H^tii JlcsU««-«o !J«hn M. E. Morrill
. Mi** Kif> BJrter/-- illUs Oin* IUitIII
:.:is» E^iil stpp!M«ns j Master "Will OimDiinyt .
Mrs. >'*r?»ret S<-Ui>n tMr». U^nry Wbite • .
rßenry White \Mm Inn» Shinn
A. f'isul ii>O!fjPT :•;» trp A. ("«icining«
The early part of the week was re
ple;*» with events to male the hearts
glad of those who enjoy dancing. The
Klkfi* annual party was held Tuesday
•-veiling, the second dancing party of
liiTCiUb La Saloma was held Tu*>sday
' everAr.g and the T2«>sday club gave its
annual ball Thursday evening.
The Elks' bai: was held In the ball
rocTn of the local club, the clubrooms,
library and other rooms of the spacious '
club irfin^ thrown open for the ocra- ;
fion. There were scores who did not
dine* and for these there were b!l-
Jiardf, cards and music : in the club
roomfi. The ballroom was in red irnU ,
gro^n. .-.. ; \u25a0;-:; ,:.-'" - ..\u25a0.';-\u25a0\u25a0 " : .r. r \u0084\u25a0'.\u25a0 : '- : '
The party of Club la s>aionia *was at:
Turner hall. Thf carnival spirit of j
January was rampant and found ex- \u25a0
pression in the throwing of the parti ,
\u25a0colored ribbon confetti. : . . \u25a0.
The Tuesday club's annual balls
have been each season an : ascending
pt-^le from ah artistic standpoint. This
\ear the Japanese;, garden scene :
\u25a0i'hosr-n was the : happiest of lrfspira
tiohi 1 . On both \sldes of the hall were
rherry- orchard?, just the finest, most
prosnising bloss'bms pushing their tops
abov# the heads of the dancers. Jap- j
anese lanters, incandescent lights with I
oriental df-^igrns and butterflies com
pleted the illusion. Into the attractive
setting came Mrae. Caro Roma with
her tongs and her singing. It was
an evening not soon to be forgotten.
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A reception at the executive mansion
will be one of the events of the new
w>fk. Governor and Mrs. J. N. Gillett
have- issued invitations for Wednesday
evening. ' \u25a0-. \u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0.\u25a0;•.
• • •
Mr*. Harry McOormick and Mrs. H.
K. Williams of San Francisco have
b«:en honor guests this week at two
delightful affaire. Tuesday a dinner
was given in their honor by Dwight
11. Miller. Thursday they were enter
tained at another dinner, the "even
ing ending with a few hours at : the
Tuesday club annual ball.
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Ladies' day at the Country club will
\>f without special hosts hereafter/ the
affairs this season being under the di
rection of the house committee. The
sun and warmth of Thursday was ir
resistible and six tables were arranged
for bridge.
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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Salomon announce
the engagement of their daughter
Adele to Rev. Dr. Michael Fried. Dr.
Vri<^i has been rabbi of Temple B'nai
lfrnt-1 for several years, and Miss Salo
mon l:as been an ardent worker among
ti.- poor.
Mr, and Mrs. E. W. Hale dep.yted
for Europe Thursday afternoon. 'iV?y
eail from Xevr Yorlc in February f\r
Fix months on the Mediterranean and
to the Hoiy Land. During their ab-
Bence Dr. and Mrs. Royal B. Glff-n are
installed in the Hale home, and Mr.
and Mrs. Ems; Van Loben Sels, who
ar*f spending the winter in the city,
occupy the Giffen apartment*.
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Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Reid announce
the engagement of their daughter
Ethel to IL J. McClatchy.
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Mrs. J. IL Glide and the Misses Eule
and Elizabeth Glide are home from sev
eral days spent in San Francisco. !
Seek to Oust Competitors by
United Action*
The special police officers of this city
are preparing to launch a campaign
against the private detective agencies
on account of the strong: competition
the specials are obliged to meet from
these organizations. The campaign is
b'.-infj handled by the Patrol special offi
cers' protective association with head
quarters at 44 Mason street.
The special officers act as night
\u25a0watchmen for the large stores and pa
trol Use streets in the business section
of the city. Of recent years the Morse
patrol and the I'lnkerton agencies have
entered the field and with their well
organized forces have given the special
officers a hard fight by cutting rates
and installing fire and burglar alarm
The special officers hope to overcome
this competition through the united ac
. tion of their association. - .„.„;" '
Fund for Support of "Widow and
Child Suggested -V :
Special memorial services were held
In tlie William Wolf synagogue in
(Jrary strent In honor of the. late Rabbi
Ella* Bcrmyi y*r»tr>rday afternoon. Rep
resentatives of every orthodox congre
gation were present and participated
in the ceremonial. • _
Speeches wtre made by Rabbi ' Martin
A. Meyer and Rabbi M. S. Levy, both
of whom dealt at length on the char
acter, sincerity of purpose and the
scope of work of the late, rabbi. The
memorial prayer was chanted by^Jo
scph Sommerstein;' , . . *
Rabbi Meyer in his speech suggested
that a committee be appointed to raise
funds for the support of the invalid
widow and infant child of Rabbi Her
Miss Mary Roberts Becomes
. . Wife of John Cannon
Miss Mary Roberts, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Roberts, 2600 San Bruno
avenue, San Francisco, was quietly
married to John Cannon at San, Jose
Kriday. The ceremony was performed
in Si. Joseph's church and was attend
ed only by a few select friends of the
bride and groom,' including the parents
of the bride. The groom is employed
at the Mare island navy yard in an
executive capacity.
Jan. 30. — Kay "Wall," wbo escaped from the ctty
«-h»ln{fans seTeral w«b ijo, was recaptured
thl* aftmioon «t ScTenth and Wood streets by
I'olkeman Tom Wood. He s will lie compelled
to **ttc gut tie . rest of his sentence - lot: Ta
\u25a0* graucj-. * . .
Sacramento and San Joaquin Valkys
Literature, History, Music and
Dances Give Occupation
to Social Circles
j [Special Dispatch to The Call]
STOCKTON'. Ji^n.. 30.— The Aldine club
met Monday, afternoon at the home of
j Mrs. Klla^Ho'rnage. -Noted Libraries"
was. the subject of a paper read by Mrs.
Kittle "Wheeler. Mrs. Ella Snow read
| a paper on Harriet Beecher St*we,
and Mrs. Fagan told the story of the
life of Lousa Alcott. A paper was
read by Mrs. Hazel Marceau on
James K. Polk, while Mrs.- Agnes Fink-.
bohn«*r wrote on the life of Zachary
Miss Ix>ttman addressed the club
women on the work by the School
women's club. Mrs. Carrie French told
of the benefits of a clubhouse.
'.-...The 'next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. Anna Single.
• *. *
A musicale . was given Friday after
noon by the Phtlomatheans in their
| clubroo:ns. Johannes Reimers lectured
on music, interpreting on the piano va
rious selections as he described them.
I Mis? DaiFy O'Brien sa/ig La Forges
I "Schlupwinkel" and Stewart's "Out in
i the Open Meadow." Mrs. Preston Mor
i ris, Mr?. John Raggio, -Horace Vincent
I and J. E. Zeigler had to repeat the
I chorus from "Rigoletto."
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A five hundred party was given by %
Miss Eleanor Rothenbus4i last even
ing in honor of Emery Doan and Joe
Mvinuel. The guests: Misses Myrtle
Gerlaca, Louise Fanning and Jessies
Williams, and Emery *JDoan, Joe Man
uel. Alpheus Stewart, Fred Reimers and
Lud "Walsh.
Miss Edith Sherman entertained Sat
urday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Pliny
Holt. Among the guests were: Mrs.
Holt. Mrs. J.L. Whitmtfre. Mrs. George
Burton, Mrs. j: K. Wagner, Mrs. How
ard Hammond, I Mrs. Fred Read, Mrs.
Walter Sampson. Mrs. .Karl Gotshall.
Miss Carolyn MeDougald, Miss Maud
William?, Miss Hazel Barge, Miss Flora
la Rue, Miss Lottie Ruggles.Miss Gert
rude Littlehale, Miss Grace Blake, Miss
Geneva Blake and Miss Golden Smith.
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A pretty dancing party was given
at the Sneli bungalow Saturday even
ing. The chaperone was Mrs. J. D.
Young. The dancers were: Misses
Gladys Koch, \u25a0 Marie Gravem, Qene
vieve Wyllie, Mirabel Stewart, Lucy
Ray, .Pearl-Reynolds, Julia Young,
Ethel Dltz "' and Regina Smallfleld;
Messrs. Sain Latta, Jaaper Harrell, Har
old Xoble, Eric Branstead, Orrin Grav
era, Weller Atherton, Lester Clark, Ar
lo Ladd, Rudolph Gianelli, Carol Ort
man. Will Lyons, Walker Glenn and De
witt Emerson.
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Mrs. J.E. Ward entertained about
25 friends Tuesday afternoon in honor,
of Mrs. C. A. Wright, who will soon
leave for the southern part of the
state. Mrs. Ward was assisted in en
tertaining by her sister, Mrs. E, J.
Williams. ::'\u25a0 '. ;;;
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Froane L. Gregorj-, formerly of Stock
ton, and Miss Eva May Wear, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Wear of this
cit3*. were married in El Paso, Tex., |
January 15. They have taken up" their !
residence in Guadalajara, Mexico, where
Gregory it employed rs division su
perintendent for Wells-Fargo company.
A shower party was given Thurs
day ey/ning in honor of Miss Rose
S>sLscker, who is to become the bride
of C. F. Franke.
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Arrangements are being made by the I
senior class of the Stockton high school
for a vaudeville entertainment about
March 1. The committee in charge
consists of -Helen Atherton, Georgia
Strohmeier, R.oland Doan and Solly
Sinai. :-'t---y: -'t---y '-V" tyV'^^K'
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Miss Minnie Howell was the guest
recently of luncheon given by her as
sociates in- the high school. Miss How
ell Is an English teacher and recently'
returned from a European tour.
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Mr?. W. J: Young entertained the
members of the- Thursday Afternoon
bridge club last week.. The fortunate
players -were Mrs. Hull and -Mrs.;
;?>; books to tour world
James C. Young Arrives in San
James- Carleton Young of Minneap
olis, who ts engaged in collecting a li
brary of first editions of the best au
thors, is at the Palace. He will leave
on the steamship Cleveland for a trip
around the world when that vessel
sails from this port.
Young is a wealthy man. His ambi
tion is to have all of the best works of
modern- authors on the shelves of a li
brary of his own construction. \
He is particular about the books that
he will buy. They must be the first edi
tion and in the fly leaf contain some
sentiment- written by the author.
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Fire Is Caused by Leakage
From Gasoline Pipe ,"
BERKELEY. Jan. 30.— A garage
owned by Mrs. A. HHI of 627 Oregon
street and an. automobile belonging to
A. Seppington, 2249 McGeeNstreet, were
burned this afternoon" by a fire which
broke out In the garage from a leaking
gasoline pipe. The total loss is $400. . —
j Scrofula disfigures and |
§ causes life-long misery. i
| Children become strong 1
I and lively when given small I
ScoWs Emulsion 'l
every day. The starved body, I
is fed ; the swollen glands
healed, and the tainted blood
vitalized. Good food, fresh
air and Scott's Emulsion
conquer scrofula and many
other blood diseases.
Bond 10c, name of papor and thin ad. tor our
bsaatlftU Barings Bank and Child's Bkntoh-
Book. Each bank contain! a Good Luck Pen n 7.'
SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl SC N.>Y.|
Judges Raker and Sea we II Are
Named as Opponents
[Special Dispatch to. The Call]
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 30.— Justice Al
bert G. Burnett of the- Third district
court of appeals is to' be a candidate
for re-election at the.coming fall elec
tion, according to 'announcement made
today.- Justice Burnett's term is up
this year, he having- drawn the' four
year term in 1906. Burnett was from
Santa Rosa, but has since removed his
residence to Sacramento. Superior
Judge John E. Raker of Mepdocino
county, it' ls said, will, be- the demo-,
cratic opponent of Burnett, although
Judge Emmett Seawell of Sonoma
county Jias been mentioned. . .
Curtiss-Herring Company Is
Offered. Site' /
[Special Ditpalch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 30. — The Sac
ramento chamber of commerce, with
several influential citizens of this city,
is making an effort to induce the Cur
tis's-Herring Aeroplane company of
Hamondsport, Xew York, to locate its
factory in Sacramento or vicinity. The
company in which Glenn H. Curtiss, the
aviator, is the moving spirit, has writ
ten to this city - for. offers and led by
George W. Peltier a committee has se
cured a site southeast of the city limits
which will be offered to the manufac
turers of flying machines.
State Veterinarian Takes Hold
of Situation
[Special Dupatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 30. — The discov
ery of glanders among 500 horses used
in the construction of a pipe line in
the Coalinga country has caused State
Veterinarian Keane to dispatch Deputy
Iversoii to the scene. Several of the
Infected animals have been slaughtered
and their carcasses burned. Dr. Keane
has ordered guards placed at points of
egress to: prevent the disease being
carried out. / .
FRANKFORT. Ky., Jan. 30.— Mayor
Polsgrove today, heading a raiding
party, kicked in the front door of a
saloon, ordered the arrest of the pro
prietor on a charge of violating the
Sunday closing law and declared the
stock of liquors confiscated.
:^''m^m% s^^^^^M^m\ : Beginning Tomorrow (Tuesday). . x
y^^^^^^^^ Many Articles Mark<ed Ear, Below Cost,
///%s^^ a? ( L^^v f ~ r I \u25a0 ' HE Insurance Companies made us a very liberal allowance— amountLng to them-
//y/WssA^^ J^^^ frlv ' 1 san^ s °^ dollars— on our loss, which was from smoke and water only.
w/W// j/s~£i 'fe^v vC Since our losses were paid we have' had a big force of finishers at work putting
ifflllmutu/m/ rl 6^^ \ ' N OJ m our s^ oc^ nne es^ P oss ihle condition. Almost every piece of furniture is>as perfect
milWmMiu • as the day it came from the manufacturers. - " : .... .
Ivf^irW^V^^rr^ I-'''H" •nii''ii!' f f^ A T^i *B^i^T^ " & T^k T W^^i m '^\ w T^^| '
W»BS^^H| \u25a0 • - CAKrLI.b. AND KULsb :: -: >; -,
Tapestry BrussfeH. sOC -lip. _' .. $20.00 Tapestry— 9xl2 Rug 5...... .513.50
- -^^^^^^^V Body Brussels. /.9OC UP ; Aitoster-^Rugs. .'...518.75 '
:^^^^^lm V " '^ (Sewed and Laid) $ 35 - 00 Bod y Brussels— 9xl2 Rugs. .\|)Z4.OU
;: • \\^fy m/mw9 f W^^^^^^. EVER offered before in san frAncisco \ : % i
Delegates to State Convention
Will .Gather at Capital for
Four Days' Meeting
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 3%.— Delegates
representing every section of Califor
nia will be in Sacramento this week in
attendance at the State Sunday school
convention which opens Thursday
The complete program follows:
Thursday evening— 7:3o mass meet-
Ing.. Rev. Richard Rodda, presiding. In
vocation, the Rev. J. T. Wills, Sacra
mento; addresses of welcome, George
D. Kellogg, Newcastle; Rev. L. B. Hin
man, Sacramento; addresses, "Method
ism's Greatest Opportunity," Rev. David
G. Downey, D. D., Chicago; music by
Central church choir.
Friday morning — Rev. J. M. Barnhart,
Nevada City, presiding. 9:30 devotions.
Rev. W. C. Robins. Marysville; -.10, ad
dress, "Building Bigger Schools," Rev.
Edgar Blake.- D.- D., Chicago; 11. ad
dress, "Early Childhood"' i),
Mrs. M. S. Lamoreaux, Chicago.
Firday afternoon — Rev. W. P. Grant.
D. U. Chico, presiding. 2, devotions.
Rev. W. C. Sherman, Sacramento; 2:30
address, "Christ's Teaching About
Childhood," Bishop E. H. Hughes, D.
D.; 3:15, address, "Later Childhood"
(Lecture JI), Mrs. Lamoreaux; 4, ad
dress, "The CWorth of Work of the
Sunday School," Dr. Downey.
Firday evening— 7:3o, mass meeting.
Rev. John Stephens, D. D., Stockton,
presiding. Address, "The Boy Prob
lem." Dr. Blake; music by Oak Park
church choir.
Saturday morning — Rev. R. E. Wenk,
Fairoaks, - presiding. 9:30, devotions.
Rev. T2 H. Nicholas, Jackson; 10, ad
dress., "The Teacher's Equipment." Dr.
Downey; li, "Round Table Conference,"
Mrs. Lamoreaux.
afternoon — Rev. C. E. Win
ning, Grass Valley, presiding. 2, de
votions, the Rev. W. S. Hoskins, Sacra
mento; 2:30, address, "The Adult Class,"
Dr. Blake; 3:15, address, "Youth" (Lec
ture III), Mrs*. Lamoreaux; 4, address,
"The Service of Childhood," Bishop
Saturday evening — 6:30. banquet in
the parlors of the First M. E. church,
50 cents per plate; Chauncey H. Dunn,
toastmaster. . Everybody invited.
Sunday morning — 11, addresses in the
several churches as follows: First M.
E. church. Sixth street, between X and
L, Dr. Blake; Central M. E. church,
Eleventh street, between . H and I, Dr.
Downey; Oak Park M. E. church, cor
ner Madrone avenue and Thirty-fourth
street. Bishop Hughes; Westminster
Presbyterian church, Thirteenth and X
streets,' Mrs. Lamoreaux.
Sunday evening — Rev^H. E. Becks,
Sacramento, presiding. 7:30, mass meet
ing: address, "Methodism's New Awak
ening," Dr. Blake; address, "Holding
Our Own," Bishop Hughes; music by
the Fjrst church choir.
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Awaits Officiaf Permission to
Span Sacramento River
[Special- Dispatch to The Call] ,
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 30. — As soon as
the Northern electric railroad secures
the permission of Sacramento and Yolo
counties and the government to erect
a bridge across the Sacramento river
from this side the extension of the line
to Woodland will be undertaken. This
is ; the information which comes indi-.
rectly from company officials.
President Lilienthal of the Northern
electric stated yesterday that Sacra
mento, was the logical market for the
residents around Dixon and Woodland,
but. would give no details of a con
templated extension of the trolley line
there. _ ' •
".- Mayor Beard has offered a solution to
the Northern electrics plan to cross
the river at M- street, which is meeting
opposition, by suggesting that the new
bridge cross at I street.
Captain Shipp Completes Term
for Contempt of Court
CHATTANOOGA. Jan. 30.— Captain
Joseph F. Shipp was greeted tonight by
10,000 fellow citizens when v he alighted
from the train from Washington, where
he had.-, just- completed a sentence in
prison for contempt of court in con
nection with the lynching of Ed John
sAn, a negro. .
The bands : struck up "Dixie" as the
train pulled inland instantly the surg
ing throng was in a state of wild en
thusiasm* There was imminent danger
of a panic and possible injury to women
and children.
As Captain Shipp walked slowly down
the length of the shed he was greeted
by his aged wife. Then the band played
"Home, Sweet Home" and again pande
monium broke forth.
Former Deputy Sheriff Nolan and
Luther "Williams returned with their
former chief and were given ovations.
INVOLVES $240,000,000
New York System Will Be Ade
quate for Ten Years
NEW YORK, Jan. 30.— The new sub
way will be the most costly railroad
in the world. The, present system cost
J35.000.000 to build and lay down. For
equipment and extensions $45,000,000
more will have been spent, making
$50,000,000 in all.
... The new system of a little more than
26 miles will cost $100,000,000 to bore
and lay down, and when ready for op
eration, with all stations built and an
adequate equipment of power houses
and cars, -will cost $240,000,000.
The plans are under consideration by
the public service cvommission, and
none, it is understood, will be adequate
for more than 10 years.
Shasta Water for health. "When or
dering be sure and see the -label. • ', .
MANSFIELD, 0.. Jan. 3P. — Pennsyl
vania train No. ?, westbound, today
struck and killed Mrs. Roy Covert and
fatally injured her husband at a cross
ing near Loudonville. Further on the
train struck an automobile on- the out
skirts of Crestline, a few rolles away,
and killed J. IL" Siglock. aged, 60. and
Charles E. Clelberger arid, seriously in
jured CuYtis Do#rrer. Doerrer*s shoul
der was crushed, his teg was..broken
and he received internal injuries. :
It Is quite possible that in 50 years
consumption will be practically un
known in 91s country. ; ' ..-
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PHILADKLPHIA, Jan. 30.— Miss Mar
garet Gruenin g. a graduate of Smith}
college and a well known suffragette,
was released last midnight from Moya,
mensing : prison, where she had been
locked up for more than 10 houn on a
charge of inciting a riot. '
Miss Oruening, a daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Emil Gruening of New York, i 3i 3
one of the organizers of the Pennsyl
vania Suffragette league.
"With many other suffragettes she is
taking an active part in the strike of
shirtwaist operatives.

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