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WILL TELL OF TRIP
TO SOUTH AMERICA
Masterpieces of Roman Dialect
Will Be Recited by Their
• Author
Signor Gino Calza. one of the most
illustrious of modern Italian poets, is
a visitor in the Italian colony of this
city, having recently returned from a
lecturing tour through South America,
After leaving here the poet will return
to his home in Rome.
Signor Gino Calza will recite a num
ber of his poems and tell of his ad
ventures in South America at the
Washington Square theater tomorrow
night.
Ti,t pnei is best known to Italians
by his -11 Lustra Scarpe" ("The Boot
black") and VII Cerinaio" ("The Watch
Vender"), masterpieces of Koman dia
lect lyrical poetry which are familiar
to Italians in all parts of the world.
The poet has a host of followers in
this city and an enthusiastic ovation
will be tendered him tomorrow even
ing. A reception was tendered yes
terday by his friends of the Italian
colony.
SAYS ADMINISTRATOR
HAS WITHHELD ASSETS
Woman Wants Brother in Law
to Make Accounting
OAKLAND, April 13. — That her
brother in law. A. .}. Styche, has with
held cash amounting to $1,000 and real
property in Gilbert street. Oakland,
that briongs to his dead wife. Caroline
E. Styohe, and failed to account for it
in his inventory of her estate, is the
charge made today by Mrs. Cane.
Mrs. Cane asks the probate court to
cite Styche to show cause why he
should not include the missing prop
erty in his inventory. The Styche es
tate was appraised at $27.455>.
After claims were paid, one-half or
$8.458. was paid to Styche, while the
othej half was divided among two sis
ters and brother of the dead woman
Mrs. Styche left no will aud her hus
band acted as administrator.
CHECK PASSER'S BAIL
DECLARED FORFEITED
Fails to Appear in Court When
His Case Is Called
OAKLAND, April 13. — w. Francis
Gunn, on trlaJ for passing a fictitious
check for $100 on the Hotel St. Mark,
failed to appear in Judge Brown's
court when his case was called today,
and his bail of $500 cash was declared
forfeited. His absence brought forth a
from District Attorney Dona
bue as to the low size of the ball re
quired when he was held to answer
for trial.
Sale of Italian Silk Vests at $2.75 Each
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( Sale of Trotteur Dresses at $25M
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The Lowered Prices of Cotton Re-
flected First at The Emporium,
as Would Be Expected
Pequot Sheets
and Pillow Cases
Offered at These "Emporium" Prices
BUxSO-inch plain hemmed Pequof sheets, each 54c
63x90-inch plain hemmed Pequot sheets, each 6U
72x90-inch plain hemmed Pequot sheets, each 67c
81x90-inch plain hemmed Pequot sheets, each 72c
81x99-inch plain hemmed Pequot sheets, each 79c
90x99-inch plain hemmed Pequot sheets, each 86c . -
45x36 - inch plain hemmed Pequot pillow cases, \lc '
tisx3BV2'inch plain hemmed Pequof pillow cases, 18c
50x36- inch plain hemmed Pequot pillow cases, 20c
50x38i/2-inch plain hemmed Pequot pillow cases, 22c
81x90-inch hemstitched Pequot sheets, at each 82c
Btx99-inch hemstitched Pequot sheets, at each 89c
90x99-inch hemstitched Pequot sheets, at each 96c
45x36 • inch hemstitched Pequot pillow cases: each 22c
45x38 l /2-inch hemstitched Pequot pillow cases, each 23c
50x36 - inch hemstitched Pequof pillow cases, each 25c
50x38 l /2-inch hemstitched Pequot pillow cases, each 27c
First Floor — Domestic Section — Under the Dome
f M/fl it n/TDQ* A TREMENDOUS SALE^ AT
WnDU UKJKJUD. RECORD BREAKING SAVINGS
( FMRPHin FF Q I F^ • I SE V £ RAI- EUROPEAN FACTORIES' i
EIVIDI\UIUI.I\II:d* surplus of mill ends and samples
Signor Gino Calza,
Italian Poet, Now
Visiting in City
DR. WHEELER ADDRESSES
DEUTSCHER VEREIN
Uses German Language in Tell
ing of Travels
BERKELEY. April 13. — For th* first
time since he returned from Berlin,
Doctor Wheeler delivered an address in
German tonight before the Deutscher
verein of the students at 2316 Le Conte
street. He told of his travels abroad.
Following the delivery of the address
of the evening an informal reception
was given to the president of the uni
versity.
HANNAFORD RE-ELECTED
BY EDUCATION BOARD
OAKLAND, April 13. — A. L. Hanna
ford has been re-elected president of
the board of education and chairman
of the high school board.
Th<» only change made in committees
is that of S. A. Wentworth; transferred
to the judiciary committee in place of
Leo R. Weil, who succeeds Wentworth
on the rules and regulations committee.
Havens Edwards, instructor in his
tory at the Berkeley hit?h school, has
been elected to the same department at
the Oakland higrh school. He will as
sume his duties with the opening of
the next term and his salary will be
5^.100 a year.
THE' SAN FRANCISCO. CALL/ vTHTJBSDAYj APRIL. 14, 1910.
POLICE AND'FIRE BOARD .
PLAN MEETING TODAY
OAKLAND, April 13.— The board of
police and .fire commissioners will meet
tomorrow afternoon to discuss the;
needs of the annexed district in fire
protection." , " ''.'.'
At -trie same "meeting the commis
sioners will „ decide ;npon action in the
cases of the policemen who have been
under, investigation. - . •
The resignation, of Patrolman L. t R-
Longnecker was accepted by the board
today... No reason >is assigned' for his
leaving the force, other 'than that he
has accepted a business position.
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PICKPOCKET CONVICTED
AT HIS SECOND TRIAL
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I OAKLAND, April 13.— Charles Wade
was fqund guilty today of stealing a
diamond scarfpin from Captain W. "A.
Nevills, a well known mining man.
Wade, was tried, twice, the jury dis
agreeing .on. the first trial. The Oak
land police say that he is a notorious
pickpocket. Judge Wells will sentence
him Saturday. . . ' ' :
SUBMITS PLANS FOR
NEW OAKLAND HOTEL
OAKLAND, April 13.— Percy Walker,
a contractor, submitted to the board
of public works this afternoon for ex
amination by Building Inspector Towle
the plans for the proposed Oakland
hotel at Thirteenth and' Alice streets.
The building will cost $870,000.
i Marriage Licenses |
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OAKIjAND. April 13.— The following mar-
riage licenses were issued today: "
Manuel T. Gulart, 37, AlTarado, and Rozara
G. Baptists. 23. Warm Springs.
John W. Farla. 22, and Rose \u25a0 S. Sorto, 22,
both of San Lorenzo.
Alexander Menwl, 44, San Francisco, and
Anna A. Tidrick. 38. Alameda.
Emillo Neri, 20, and Delia Zaccaria. 23, both
of Oakland.
Isaac W. Parsons. 28, and Mary L. Parish. 21,
both of Santa Rosa.
Harold C. Holmes. 32, Berkeley, and Carrie
M. P. Jones. 32, Oakland. '
Milton M. Bernstein. 25, and Lillian M. Nor-
man. 23, both of Oakland.
James J. Alexander, 22, and Mly A. Sbep-
perd, 21. both of Oakland.
f Suburban Brevities ]
EPWORTH LEACfUE ELXCTB OFFICERS—AIa
meda, April 13. — The- Epworth league of tbe
First Methodist Episcopal church has elected
the following officers: President, Charles Cad
man: first vice- president, Miss May Bevan;
second vice president. Mrs. S. Carr; third Tice
president, John Osterdock; fourth Tice presi
dent, Fred Vollmar; treasurer, Bertram Bron
son; chorister. Miss Helen Vollmar. The league
has a membership 'of 76.
LAUNDRTMEN ARE FlNED— Oakland. April 13.
Fines of $20 each were imposed today for con
tempt of court by Judice Harris on T. H. Mc-
Nauchton and W. C. Maarer for disobeying an
order of court reatralnlnn them from moring
fixtures from their -laundry in Berkeley.
BANK WILL MOVE— Berkeley, April 13.— The
Berkeley bank of surinc*. which is affiliated
with the First national bank of this city, will
* more into its own. building,, ronjitructed as an
annex to the larger bank in Center jtreet, Sat
• urday.
TAILOR SHOP ROBBED— Alameda. April 13.—
The tailor shop of. J. H. Weinstock. 2311%
Santa Clara arenue, was plundered last night.
Cloth and made clothing Talued at $300 was
stolen. \u25a0 . . .
OVER GIVEN i^^^^^^M ;f§ GREAT '
rKbt— ssoo IB Tpir uoetzmann Piano j
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GENTLEMAN'S WALTHAM" win/give away absolutely free several thousand. aol- LADY'S WALTHAM
r'tn t\ \ :: lars as ;an advertisement, and to make ; every home • *-^^« i*ni«s«wwi
OOLD WATCH , . in San Francisco, aridwicinity know that we, : their GOLD WATCH
j_ jg, • . Western representatives, 'are located at 356 Post ' '
Take any number from 1 to 19 inclusive and place =
in the -eight circles or balloons and one in center 27*23 J7* 27*
square so that when it is figured horizontally or- per- m /v £~L ffL
Y^r% r* r< pendicularly it will make 36. None of the numbers
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GOLD BROOCH use more than one sheet of paper The neatest cor- TiUARANTFFD
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GUARANTEED from Goetzmann & Co. of Rochester, New York, l-^fl-^l-^F^
for $125. These checks will be made payable to us, . 1— < |J I-h |-h
and when indorsed by the receiver any one of them 1- »V 1— 4 J— 4
M JT\ 1 M will be good on any new piano.
X fV C C ' The next will receive one lady's Waltham gold LARGE
watch and a check, as above, for $125. The next will iMORRK CHAIR
MISSION receive one gentleman s Waltham gold watch and a • WITH riTQHIHVC
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'^MSiSO»a as above, for SI OO. The next fifty will receive a check, «^^^^^^^B^mBß|M
\ as a^ ove « f° r $75, and the next fifty will receive a
I ID^l !ij check, as above, for $50. and all correct answers will S^^^^^^^^^^^^^ra
. l^^pi'fl receive a check, as above, for $25; any one of these ?^^^^t^t^^^^a
checks to be used on any new piano in our stock, t[^^*£«fc*Jnl
il^K^ECljjl and will be mailed direct from Goetzmann' & Co., •
Ej^Ml^i llj Rochester. New York. In event of a tie identical tM^
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WHY THIS CONTEST IS GIVEN AND THE GREAT BENEFIT TO YOU
In consideration of a special factory arrangement, the manufacturer^ of- whom we purchase pianos believing the large amount of money spent
in magazine advertising would be greatly appreciated if divided among piano purchasers, have agreed to allow us a large amount of money to be
used -in the above-stated way. . .
MAIL YOUR ANSWER AT ONCE. READ THE RULES GOVERNING THIS CONTEST.
Your answer should be brought to our store or mailed at once, as all replies must reach us on or before the date on which the contest closes.
All answers will remain sealed until the last night, when they will be opened by the judges. Only one answer from each family will be considered
by the judges. The decision of the judges to be final. Send your answer to J. T. Bowers & Son, and be sure you address Piano Mfg. Representa-
tive, Desk B. ' ' ' :
CONTEST CLOSES 6 P. M., APRIL 22, 1910
J .^
Have your ticket read "Burlington"
The Magnet
For Overland Travel
is Salt Lake, Scenic Colorado, Denver — and the Burlington
Route with its continuity of through service of standard and
tourist sleepers to Omaha, Chicago, St. Joseph, Kansas City
and St. Louis. ' -
Very Low Round Trip
Rates
from . Calif ornia to practically all the East this spring and
summer. . Send for new. leaflet showing in detail, destinations, , «
» rates, routes and the best train service. .
Ask for the Burlington's red folder — the map shows the
great diversity of routes open to you. ,
All routes from California include the Burlington.
tlflmlmlHSmi W D - SANBORN « General Agent
llll"HStnli 795 Market St - San Francisco, Cal.
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SPOKANE MONTANA, SL PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS/CHICAGO
" —And—
ALL POINTS EAST
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES
G. W. Colby, Genl Agent
OSS MARKET ST. (PALACE HOTEL)
[Where to Dinej
Old Louvre Cafe
' Ellis. and Powell sta. Best Family Resort.
- Usual' 30c entrees, 22c
. 'Best Place to .
-'\u25a0 Lunch and "Dine
Concert Every Evening
I ODEON CAFE.. I
M San Franclso o'< Leadtntr Bentanraat.
ffl KARIiET AND EDDY STREETS.
13 Lnncbeon. Dinner. After Tbeater Muvte i>r
M GERMAN HUSSAR ORCHE3TRA-
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J • • Phone Slitter n«0.
TheMAISON DOREE RESTAURANT
151-157 ELLIS STREET \
Takes great pleasure in pr«s«ntins; to its rauj
patrons two well known soloists,'
MISS M. DROIT <nd MRS. G. BUCKLEY
EVERY EVEKIKO.
' Lunch 75c. j Oar old time French dinner at $1
is unexcelled. Sunday and Holiday dinner 51. 25.
Our snort order menu is the best and most rea>
sonable is the city. Hotel in connection.
MAISON TORTONI
HOTEL AND EESTAUR AKT. - .£/
Now in its New Home, 362 Geary St.
Music by Italian Orchestra from 8 to S p. ra.
Reenlar I.nnch with Wine joe
Rogultr Dinner with Wine ....$l.OO
Want to Loan Money?
USE CALL WANT ADS
They Speak for Themselves
San Francisco, Nov. 21, 1909.
Dr. WOll5 Him. 126S O'Farrell Street,
San J*randisco— Dear Doctor: After
fgj. suffering, for a
Ita number of years
>sf from Blights
*-sTf disease and
*vf Stomach Trou-
pd i ble. I came to
v?'i£ amlnation and
and after
<frrfl-^A.*JJ«ff» taklng yoarhefb
treatment for a few months I am en-
tirely well and free from pain. Faith-
fully yours. HECTOR BEAULA.
1032 Kearny Street, San Francisco.
San Francisco. February 2, 1910
Dr. Wong Him — Dear Sir: For three
or four years I suffered with nervous
gastritis of th«» stomach, kidney and
liver trouble. I could ndt eat potatoes
bread or any starchy foods for months
and was at death's door. As a last re-
source I applied to you. I did not care
to take Chinese herbs, but was com-
pelled to, as I could not receive any re-
lief from any other source. After & few
months I was entirely cured and can
eat all kinds of food, even starchy
foods, for which* I tender you my aln-
cere thanks.
MRS. ELIZABETH KLUBER,
2273 Post Street. S. F.. CaL
DR.. WONG HIM
12«sS OTARBELL STREET
Between Gough and Optavia
SAX FHAXCISCO < " •
OFFICE HOURS:
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.. 2 to 6 and 7 to g p.m.
PROPOSALS
; rKorosAu; For. fuel. oils, i-oragb
AND BEDDING— San Franclwo. Cal.. Marca 15
1910. — Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be r»-
ceiyed cere, and at office or Quartermaster at
Fort lUisrcrans and Presidio of Monterey, until
11 a. ni.. April IS, 1910. and at tbe of 3cm of
toe Depot Quartermaster. Honolulu. U. X.. until
9 ». m.. April 15. 1910. and then opened, for far-
nisliing. during tbe fecal year commencing July 1,
1910. wood. coal, fuel oil. mineral oil. gaaoliae
forage, beU.iir.;. etc.. for pcsU and stations la
tile Department of California. Preference giTea
to articles of American production, conditions of
quality and price (Including In tbe price of for*
elgn productions tbe dnty tbereon) being equat.
and each preference zWen to articles of Aa«rlcia
production produced" on tbe PaciUc Coast to tb«
extent of '• consumption required by tae public
service . there. Information furaisbed on tppll.
cation to tbe quartermasters at Fort Botecrans
and Presidio of Monterey, tbe Depot Quartermas-
ter. Honolulu, n. T.. or to undersigned. T. YON
SCHRA.DER. Cblef Quartermaster.
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