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jYOLUME GVin.— NO. 37. I
NEW CROP OF
CANDIDATES
BURST FORTH
Dick Ferris and F. V. Keesling
Sprout in Night Into Full
Grown Office Seekers
Curry to Use Billboards All Over
State in Campaign for
Votes
New candidates for the job of lieu
tenant governor arP bobbing up with
FtartlinK rapidity. Dick Ferris of Los
Aofreles -was announced yesterday morn-
Ing: and had his nominating petitions on :
file before night, and now at th« elev
enth hour comes Francis V. Keesling,
a -well known attorney of San Fran
risco, -who Is ambition* to become the
running rrate of the republican party's
standard bearer.
Keeping's candidacy was announced
as unexpectedly as tliat of Ferris. No
body in political circles had heard of
it until yesterday morning, when he
made application for the .appointment
of verification deputies to secure signa
tures to bta nominating petition. The
petitions were circulated In San Fran
cisco yesterday and also have been
started in a dozen other counties, but
the list of local signatures vras not
ready for filing with the registrar last
r.iph't.
Ke«»F] ing- declared last evening that h«
had determined to get into the fight
only upon the earnest solicitation of
iseny friends, and after studying the
situation thoroughly a»d becoming con
vinced that b« had a good chance of
•winning. lie asserted that he would
make an absolutely independent fight,
that *l)«i would not tie up with any
gubernatorial candidate; that he had
not consuHed with any candidate or
»ny candidate's managers, and that so
far as he knew none of them had
prior of his intention to
make the race.
STAAFOnD GRADUATE
• Keesling has never taken an active <
part in politics, but Is known as a cor- ,
poration and civil lawyer. He was "
graduated from Stanford university In ,
IS9S. and in the following year was \
instrumental before the legislature In ,
securing the submission of the const!- '
tutional amendment that cured vital .
defects in the Stanford university foun
dation and trusts. He served for some '
time as a major of coast artillery In I
tho national guard.
Tt was rumored yesterday that Kees
ling had entered the field as a run- •
ring- mate for Phil Stanton and in order ,
10 strengthen the latter in the central
part of the state, but Keesling him- '
j><»lf positively denied that there was .
any direct or understood combination
between his fight and Stanton's. His
rieputips were hard at work yesterday, <
' '"<\u25a0\u25a0 '-— -';' -•\u0084 . ..".'-"" the
. , ~&\ of tJn*« for Wing n< at
»ltg^p?il 'T-.-. iv»«sllt£g; '<<> t.ive '
p&p^rs rfuciy v. ;:;;; i a lisy cr two
• ; -. ' ..' '•difficulty In string;
:ti*j<-«n for lieutenant
'59¥trjor %»ai ftciir^d in rcor-1-brcak
.;\u25a0* ';ui*- Ti.e ' l»iabkE :vir: j.~t la the
hands of his friends here at 1 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, and the completed
petitions for San Francisco, Marln. Con
tra Coma. Alameda and San Mateo
rounties were all on file last night. The
remainder of his petition was secured
in southern counties and was also filed
yesterday.
SHOVED INTO LIMELIGHT
Ferris* entrance into the fight was
about as unusual as the manner In
which his petitions were secured. He
\u25a0was in the east when his friends In
Los Angeles made up their minds that
he ought to be a candidate. They wired
him and lie promptly wired back to find
out If the suggestion was a Joke. When
assured that the matter was a serious
one Ferris telegraphed that he would
leave the decision in the hands of a
friend in whom he had particular con
fidence. The friend said "Yes," and so
it happened that Ferris returned to Los
Angeles yesterday just in time to find
himself a full fledged candidate, with
'nil preliminaries disposed -of and his
nominating- petitions on file.
. The registrar's office had a busy day
v«sterday from the time it opened until
the doors were locked at 3:30 o'clock
Jest night. It was the last day allowed
candidates for state office to file their
-petitions, though the rule probably
will not be rigidly enforced in the event
one or two belated petitions show up
within the next day or two. Nearly
50 candidates appeared and turned In
their petitions for verification. A few
who started late are still to be heard
from, but the bulk of the petitions are
In and the makeup of the ticket to be
voted at the primary election on
August 16 Is practically determined.
• Under the primary law it is only
necessary for candidates < for state
offlces to file in a limited number of
counties, and so a few may appear who
Have not announced themselves in San .
Francisco. .Nearly all, however, have
chosen San Francisco as one of the
counties in which to obtain signatures
to their petitions. Former Speaker
Robert L. Beardslee, whose candidacy
for the republican nomination for lieu
tenant governor was announced several
weeks ago in Stockton. Is one who has
not filed his name In this county.
BILL. BOARD. CAMPAIGN
Charles F. Curry, candidate for gov
ernor, was in the city last evening.
Alden Anderson was at his state head
quarters at the Palace hotel during the
,day. but left last night for Fresno and
'Will make' a tour of the San Joaquin
valley. The story-is going the rounds
that Anderson's campaign managers
have bought up all the billboard space
to be had throughout the state and are
planning an extensive publicity cam
paign during the last few weeks before
the primaries. , .
\ Among the candidates who filed their
petitions yesterday with the registrar
was Mayor Charles "Vv". Davison of San
.Jose, * who. Is out for the republican
nomination for congress against E. A.
Hayes-ln the fifth district. The peti
tion contained 1,200 names. Davison
Jias opened a local campaign headquar
ters at Third and Stevenson streets.
Nominating 1 petitions for Judge M. C.
Sloss, who is a candidate for re-elec
tion as associate justice of the supreme
court, have been filed in practically
every county in the state and the
number of \u25a0: signatures secured was
greatly over the minimum. Judge
Sloss has been given strong backing In
the south, and many lawyers through
out the state have taken a personal
Interest in his fight.
' A meeting of the executive board of
,tJ*e union- labor party, j club of the
fortieth district, composed of- the 21
precinct captains, was held last;; night
et.2219 Stelner street- Communications
were read from .various candidates for
-state offices and were referred to Chair^.
fjnan M. JV Scott, who is to report
""hack' to the next meeting: of the board.
: Lists of active .workers: in. th^.dis^
trjcts were also prepared to be pre
sented to officials -of the;. city adminfs
• r-atforj for. cynsideration.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL
CANDIDATES FOR STATE AND LOCAL OFFICES
Following is the complete list' of candidates for state and local offices at- the Vprimary-; election who-have
filed their announcements with the registrar, in San ;Francisc6.; "The^pa^
name.' Those whose' names are starred (*) have not ; y et filed'their' nominating- petitions as j required: b3 r ; law:
FOR GOVERNOR •
Hiram .W. Johinsonl(R.).. San Francisco, r;'
Charles Forrest Curry (R.). San Francises.
Alden Andernon . (R.). Sacramento.. :• \u25a0 .
Nathaniel Ellery /(R.). Sacramento.
Philip A. Stanton' (R.). Los Angeles.
Theodore A. Bell <P.). San Francisco..
J..Stitt Wilson '(Soc.). Berkeley.. ; \u0084 .
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR :
AlXprt J. Wallace tR-K Los Angelee.
Timothy J. Spellary <D->- Los Angeles. .
Bert L. Farmer »R.), Los Acgelee. ,-*, .\u25a0;.•«
Richard Ferris (R.», Los Angeles.
•Francis 'V.Keesllnß (R.», San Francisco. -
FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICE OF THE BU«
PREME COURT
(Two to be elected)
Harry A. Melvin (R.i. Oakland.
M. C Slobs <R.). San Francisco. , '\u25a0
Curtis P. Wllhur <R.). Lf/ Angeles.
William P. James (R.l. I^>s Angles.-. ',
WilJistn P. Lavrlor (P.>, S«n Francisco.
Donjamin F. Bl«-dsoe (V.), San Rernardino.
• FOR SECRETARY OF STATE
Frank C. Jordan <R.). -Auburn, v
H. S. Morrow (R.).- Sacramento..
Wiiltr-r D. Wagner (R.). San Bernardino.
Floreme J. O'Brien (R.t. Chico.-
Frank 11. Alrmser <R.),-Loc Angles.
Simeon S.,Bayley (P.). Berkeley. ;..- • - .
; FOR CONTROLLER' T
Frank Mattison (R.I. Santa Crur.
A. B. Nye (R.). (ttiklaad. ,
FOR TREASURER
W. R. Williams (R.), Fresno.' .
Tupper S. Malone (D.).' San Rafael.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
Frank McGowan (R.), San Francisco.
V. S. Webb <H.),. San Frawlsco.
J. E. Pembertrtn <D.l. Ukiab.
FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL
Wm. Stephen Klngsbury ;(R,». Los. Angeles.
•William C Alberger (R.>. San Francisco.
FOR CLERK OF THE SUPREME . COURT
R. lli. FiUgerald (R.), San Francisco. :.
Frank. L. Cauchey-m.), Uklah. .
B. Grant Tayloe . (R.).» Saratoga. ;...• \u25a0'
Hiram A. Blancbard (P.), San, Jose.
W. H. Bemlp«"lR.). San -Franefsco:
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC W
i .' STRUCTION . .
Allison Ware (B.),.'San Francisco.
Edward Hyatt <R.). RlTerside.:- *
Thomas H. Kirk (V>. ). South Pasadena.
FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF STATE
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Grattan D. Phillips (R.), San Francisco.
W. W. Shannon (R.), San Francisco.
•Carlos L. Smart <R.). Whittier..
Walter B. Thorpe. (R.), Sacramento. • .
Friend W. Richardson <R.) "Berkeley :
Charles Franklin McPonald (R.). Ijos Angeles.
P. W. BaTenscroft <D-), Petaluma.
.*Joho E. Vanghn (P.), San Francisco.
FOR' PRESIDING JUSTICE FIRST DIB
. . - TRICT -COURT OF -APPEAL.
Thomas J. Lenuon (R.). San Rafael. , v
George E. Church (D.), Fresno.- . -
James V. C«ffey Francisco.
Lucas F. Smith (P.>i Santa Cruz.
FOR MEMBER OF STATE BOARD OT
EQUALIZATION
George D. Graybill (R.>. San Francisco.
•John F. Grady <R.), San Francisco.
Jospph H. Scott (R. >. San Francisco.
Edward Rolkln (R.). San Francisco.
Tbomas F. Mlnehan (R.). Fair Oaks.
•Edward R. Rock (P.), San Francisco.
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FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER ;
Edward H.Aißehln'ffer ,(R.). San^Franeinco.
Harrey ,D.- liOreland- (R.). San Francisco.;
Barclay HeDley ; :(D.);;SanfFrancl«c|>.-
FOR'JTrDOE- OF. THE SUPERIOR COURT
(FourV to" be elected.)
Jam«R Morris ,Troutt(R,). William E. .White
j (D.y; J.7-M. .Seawell. (D..),' 'George H.
Cabanlgg .(D.);, Frank- W. .Sawyer (R.).
9 Mames G;. MagTilrc (D.'), R. B. MeClellan
<R.)..;G«oree) H- ißahr»:<R.);- Frank v J.
Murasky; (D.).' Franklin -P. Bull (R.K
•George A. Connolly AY.), . *I>ouis Gold
. stotie. (D.). V ;, - V- • '
1 -FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'/(FlTe to' be elected.). :
George W; Lee «Ri), A. B. Treadwell (R.).
Bernard J.. Flood <R.).- Joseph A. Brown
:tR.I. .Tameg- G.- Conlan* ( R. ). Arthnr M.
<le Vail (R.).0.-1>: Porn- (R.>, Robert E.
I-rons (R.).- Frank \u25a0\u25a0 RittlßSteiri .(R.).V-Wil-
Ham >Rm Jr.- <R.).- 'Alfred B.^ Kawpon
;' IP.).- Samuel B: Rnßsell- (R.). *E. R. Zion
<D.); A. T. Barnett <R.). W. H.. Smith
Jr. <R.)V" Albert T.. Roche (R.). John R.
I>anler s (R:),'.'; Carl • . W. Mueller (R.i.
Charles E. A.\Creiphton ' (R;i;« William P.
'. Caubu (R.). : Charlef" N. Ooußlaj (R.).
Joseph V. Taaffefß.). 'Hiram G. Paris
«P.*.~ William T. Plunkctt 1K.), : John T.
Dare..(R.).. . - — . . •
. . 'for united states senator
.Tobn'-P.' Works (R.). f Los Angeles.
Edwin - A; . Meaeire \u25a0. (R. ) . Los Angeles. \u25a0 , . /
FOR CONGRESS, FOURTH DISTRICT
Walter Macarthur (D.). San Francisco.
Robert- P. Troy- (D.),- San Francisco.
Julius i Kahn <R.),' San Franciaco.
FOR CONGRESS.; FIFTH DISTRICT
E.'»a! HaVes (R-). Santa Clara: • .
Charlen W. Parlson : (R.), 'San Jose.
Thomas .E. Hayden .(P.).jSan Francisc©. •
FOR STATE SENATOR. EIGHTEENTH DIS
TRICT • . *,
D. J. Tooraey (R.)., Thomas M. Searey (D.);
Panlel V. Regan <R.). --
FOR "STATE SSENATOR, TWENTIETH
- . -DISTRICT
Thnmai« J. Kennedy <D.)i Edward F. Bryant
• (R.). John W. Sweeney (R.). 'Loulg F.
. Conipton <R.),~ J»mw B.iXewsom- (R.),
.William H. Schooler (R.).
FOR STATE SENATOR; TWENTY-SECOND
DISTRICT
Edgar C. Levey (R.),\E...T. Callan (R.). Neil
T. Du«fy (D.V: Edwin E. Grant (P.), Ed
win »T. -McMurray (R.), J John J. Cas
aidyj.(R.)..-:-; •'\u25a0..","-
FOR- STATE SENATOR, TWENTY-FOURTH
\u25a0•:: <-.-\u25a0: '.'•„ . DISTRICT ' \u25a0\u25a0:.\u25a0\u25a0.
D. J. . B<»haa .(R.), George M. Perine (R.).
Gu*'-Hart«nan '(R.). Maxc Anthony (R.),
. James ,W." Boyce (R.). ,- . '•-
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN. TWENTY-EIGHTH
• . DISTRICT
Andrew Cunningham (R.). ,
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN. TWENTY-NINTH
Vtj . - DISTRICT - .
J. P. Tlghe (R.). Chris J.- Walsh "(R.). Pan
ielßsmlinKer:(R.). *C. H. McGreevy (P.>.
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN, THIRTIETH DIS
TRICT
William Doell (P.). T. H. Horn (R.). Archie
McAllister <R.), Lonn Schaeffer (B.). J.
E. Mnllally (R.). Theodore Beckmann (R.).
yOR THIRTT-FIEST -'; I I
• ;, ' - '. : -- . \u25a0 " -DISTRICT -y. 1 :\u25a0/•\u25a0'\u25a0 '"\u25a0•'•:' ~f •. f |
fiporcp R." Burkp '(R.). J. T. 'Kane (D.). W. ' f
A. McDonald. (R.),- Joseph Sweetman ( (R.).i i.^
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN, i THIBTY-SECOND \ \
••-:.- DISTBICT - ••' o
Joseph A. . Kendrick ; ( R.) : -William P. ..Ken- < .
» nedjr (R:). WilUamM. GJblen (R-). \'> <>
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN. ' THIRTY-THIRD. •" ..
\u25a0 , -.•-_\u25a0 DISTRICT *. v "; i
M. J. Welch (R.V; J.* A. Keefe (D.)i- James 'I
J. Rysn (R.). •William J. Nolan (D-)- \u25a0;.: ]
FOE . ASSEMBLYMAN." THIETY-FOURTH : \ \
-f. \u25a0--\u0084\u25a0 -.-\u25a0. '. . JDIBTRICT \u0084.. ' 'i !
•Kugene R. Pfaefflc (R.).John J. McKfion; <\u25ba
\u25a0•<».\u25a0), -Henry h. Ton Werthern,(D.K Thomas ..
\u25a0 J. Fwley.i R.). •..Philip, Helm- (R.>. \u25a0. : ...\<«
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN. THIRTY-FIFTH ._\u25a0<> .
\u25a0;\u25a0:'...;'\u25a0 \u25a0.-.->, ; DISTRICT- --\u25a0 . ;\u25a0;; \u25a0; .. \u25a0 -"-\u25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0'\u0084."
/ Morris '.T.'WintPr( R.)V: Fred C. Gerd-s (R.), '
\u2666Frederick C Pattli«on (R.). " /- -••\u25a0:"\u25a0 \u0084
FOR" 'ASSEMBLYMAN. THIRTY-SIXTH . iy
> ' . •;". \u25a0":. : DISTRICT _ '^ "; o
•Joseph Shanaha'n" : (R.)7 James William Bon-. \u0084
'':- ney (R.). Henry N. Beatty (R.).. 'George \u25a0 ..
A. Wentworth (R.). <\u25ba
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN. THIRTY-SEVENTH <\u25ba
. > . ."
John J. McManus (R.). *M. H- Mead (D.), °
•E.J.Baumberber-(R.), E. P. Walsh (D.). ; "
. FOR v ASSEMBLYMAN. THIRTY-EIGHTH \u25a0;] [\u25a0
DISTRICT J , ' \u25a0 «.
M. . C. Randolph ( R". ) .' Herman M:' L«t.t (D. ) * W< >
: Mark Sena (R.). Edward J. D. Nolan (R.), o
• M. \u25a0 J. ' Dunn : . (R.), 'Gus-G.'.- Brown '(R.)i E4- <»
ward' Barron (R.K Isaac Lelpslc • (R.),' <,
".'John A: .'HalpinV(R.>. . •; ....
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN, THIRTY - NINTH ' [
:JJ ;- DISTRICT --J.
Juliuß Frankel (R*.), Walter T. Lyon (D.).'J^. I
E. White (R.). > °
.FOR ASSEMBLYMAN. FORTIETH DIS- ; <k
TRICT .-.:•: ]|
; Milton U .Sehmitt "(R.)." Marins J. Kast ''
' ' : (D.). 7 Henry • Thompson (R.)-' ' '<.
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN. FORTY-FIRST DIS- ,.,,
-• ,*, ... TRICT . - \u25a0- . "\u25a0 ,-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-. . \u0084
Abraham Terry Harr!is'(R..». 'Charles O'Con- f<.
•-nor'(U. I^.), Nathan C.Coieblan (R.). o
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN/ FORTY-SECOND ' '
- DIBTRICT . &'
Arthur Joel (R.).^*Panlel D. Kcarns <D.), - : ] [
F. V.'- Kingston (R.). / . : -\u25a0 it
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN,' FORTY-THIRD DIS- „ ,
:- iV ; ;\u25a0\u25a0 v -.trict . :\u25a0- ;;. ;,,
Frank^. : Nr.: Rodger^ :' (R.). Howard 1 Harron \u2666'
. -<r.).v -;v=- ; . ;\u25a0>;\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 i '\u25a0'.\u25a0 >-..:,<>.
FOR ""? ASSEMBLYMAN. FORTY-FOURTH *'
. DISTRICT .- - .\u25a0'•-"
Melrille. Hermann (R.), S. P. Blumenberjf ' <>
\u2666 (R.).- Victor- H.Sbragia (R.I. Daniel Glo- \u25a0\u25a0.<>
Tanntnh(R.). *Henry Stern (R.), William o
E. Poole (R.);. Walter J. Bryant (R.)., <•
FOR ASSEMBLYMAN. FORTY-FIFTH DIS- °
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I^. G. Brlzaolara (R.), I. W. Parsons (R.>, *'
D. M. Dene(rrf(R.). Charles Llghtner (D.). ;\u25a0"
FOR strPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS ' '
Alfred Roncorleri (R.\ . • William de Bell \u2666
, (D.), Frank J. Browne (R.). , T
DELMAS AND 70
NECKTIES ARRIVE
Lawyer's Fills [L His
i- Friepds^WitJi Admiration
and Amazement .
Attorney to Return to New York
City After Brief Stay in
.:*\u25a0 San Francisco
Attorney- D. M. Delmas has - returned
from New York but does' not: intend to
remain in this city. He arrived;: only
a 'few days ago from trie east, it is
his intention? to stay, until an early
date in September. . • .
..Delmas has been In Los Angeles for
a| brief visit" but ' will 'be at ; his - home
\u25a0In Pacific 'avenue- during; most ;of 'his
sojourn: in VtHia i city. His friends say
thatyhe.is looking remarkably well. and
thaCthe: atmosphere of New-York has
given a new lease on youth. They
declare that at .least. 15 years have
been subtracted mysteriously from his
appearance and-that he Is an inspiring
example ; of and health." It
is said also that-the social round ;in
the large city has -claimed his atention
to an amazing: degree' and that he has
been .a 'conspicuous figure at the fes-
tlvities ; of f the late -season. . / \u25a0 —
'Delmas'.* wardrobe has come -in for a
share of the comment and, admiration.
He . is .said to have \ a . collection of 70
•neckties -of>ver'y, variety that the num
ber affords. His shoes number a score or
more -pairs and are -the latest New
York designs. There ; has not \u25a0 been any
mention .'thus far of the.; famous pal^
gray ' spats of " other -years. v.
The friends that;, Delmas has in the
city. are giving him a cordial welcome.
MINER AND $9,000 IN
GOLD DUST DISAPPEAR
\u25a0 Hammond Paterson of Mobile; Ala.,
has notified the. police to make a search,
for his brother, H. J. Paterson,, prp^
prietor of the. Hayden «Hlll rriine near
Truckee. On' March - 24 .Paterson 'left
the'-mine ; with *9,000 worth of gold
dust, with the, lntention; of taking It to
the mint in. this city 1 . ; He did not call at
the mint- here arid- nothing has been
heard of 'him since. - His brother called
at" the -mirit*on:,Tuesday and commu
nicated 1 with the^police: yesterday. He
had' previously visited the mine. ...
GMIESDAY, JULY 7, 1910.
Oakland Oakland
Store otore
In Hale's Summer Sales,
"The New > Way;" Are
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: Variety Offered JPracticallyi Same. — , . ' v ,-.«v
AsonEirsiDa^ .; ;
.7^:o© |pair of women'M fine hose were offered the opening day .
of.oor bit; Summer Sale; today' only -2,000 pair remain. There**
the prpof of the strong:. value in : this hosiery! But the- 2.000 pair .
that remain Include nil the styles listed below, each pair lust: ait
kood as when offered the tlmt day. These hose await your purchaser
todayi.if you fall to respond the lost Is youfs, for they are marked,
at half thelrreal value. ' . :
Lot • 1 — Women's • \u25a0- \u25a0 Lot 3— Women's fine •
- colored .'silk lisle ES^ {** .novelty hose \u25a0ia
hose with deep J : '&^^*- •\u25a0 mixed shades of
garter tops and Ail,,,'. tan,, gray, purple,
"\u25a0: double heels, and Otf^a^pr. navy, .wuxc or
' toes. In pirik, sky, '' S reen -
slate,' elephant's breath, bronze Lot 4— Women's black gauze lisle
np n r , . , hose, with deep garter tops
' or Dr «dens. and double heels and toes.. \u25a0
Lot 2— Women's gauze lisle Lot s— Women's black silk lisle
. ,', , . _, •\u25a0' . . , hose. " medium weight, full
hose -, with lace boots. Beauti- fashioned and reinforced with
A ,ful design. ] double heels and soles. I
\€%r Colored Sox 1 f)r
|x \j\+ Good Vaiue for Men aw
These colored sox for men come in blue, gray or mode,
solid shades only, and are very exceptional sox for
"^ the low.price. They are seamless, have double heels
"and toes, and are strictly fast colors. All sizes.
Boys' Strong Shirts, 42c
We believe there are no better boys' shirts made than
these X. B. standard-make, shirts. They come in
solid black or black and white and are cut big and
full. A regular 50c shirt, only in sizes 13% and 14.
42c ; each. . - ::'\u25a0;- ; •\u25a0•" .., ( " .' \u25a0 : - ... '-Q.V
Summer Silk Gloves, 68c
A sale of beautiful white silk gloves, admirable for
summer use, a very popular item in the Summer
¥ Sales' 2-elasp, double tipt, all sizes.. A glove easily
worth. sl, at the low Summer Sale price of 68c a
pair. See these gloves on oiir counter in the Glove
Department, Mam Floor.
Have your ticket read "Burlington** f
Your Journey East
TO BOSTON, CHICAGO, OMAHA: Personally conducted,
through tourist sleepers leave San Francisco every Wednes-
day Thursday and Sunday.
TO ST. LOUIS, KANSAS CITY, ST. JOSEPH: •Personally
conducted through tourist sleepers leave San Francisco every
Tuesday.
THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPING CAR SERVICE: Every day
, from San Francisco to Chicago and St. JJotus, via Denver.
ALL TOURIST SLEEPERS tgo via Salt Lake, through
scenic Colorado, allowing. "a half day stopover in Denver.
THROUGH STANDARD SLEEPERS-. Every day from San
• Francisco to Chicago, via scenic Colorado and Denver; sleeper
stopping a "half day on its schedule in Salt Lake City.
FROM PORTLAND OR SEATTLE- Two Burlington through
trains daily to '.Chicago, 'via St. Paul along the majestic Mis- .
sissippi River; two Burlington through trains daily to the
East and Southeast, via Billings, Mont. ,
f^jiyMldliUliiißMJM'i ' Tickets honored via Denver without extra cost. \u25a0
iflMHinWlltll W> D * SANBORN » General Agent r ;
IJHtKmM^ 795 Market St., San Francisco, Cal.
cA . JbMm 'ft * th r'*i*r ri *» j^^^^^^ '/ *• ' i * \ia *^\
• BEST SUGAR TOR TEA ; ».:
5^2 !^and S^Sealed Boxes.
I 'SOLD BYidgQCEeis B^RYWHERE'
- USE'CALL WANTS— THERE'S A REASON: SUCCESS :

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