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In the Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys NEWSPAPERMAN TO SHARE BIG ESTATE 'lortimer Adriance of Stockton and His Sister Are Among Heirs to $250,000 [ Special Dispatch io The Call] PTOCKTON. Aug. 2S. — Mortimer Adriance, a Stockton newspaperman. has received a message from a law firm in New York announcing that he and his sister. Mrs. William Wooleey, nre among the heirs to an estate val ued at $250,000 left by an uncle and io be divided among six relatives. An unusual incident in connection •with the legacy was a compact be tween 1 the uncle and an aunt, each of whom "was aged and wealthy, whereby the one \u25a0who survived was to have the property of the other. The aunt died first leaving her property to the uncle. Two weeks later the uncle died and the nephews and nieces will divide both estates. Adriance and his sister will leave for New York next month to attend a conference of the heirs. SLAYER OF BURGLAR EXONERATED BY JURY Robber's. Dying Statement Ad- mitted Attempt to Kill [Special Dispatch to The Call] REDDING, Augr. 2S.— A coroner's in quest held at Lamolne this morning- on the body of Francis McGowan, who was mortally wounded yesterday In the act of robbing Dr. G. H. Rood's house, re sulted in the complete justification of Arthur W. Englert and Herman L-ede boer. They were arrested last evening following the death of McGowan. Engrlert admitted that he fired the two shots that killed McGowan. ex plaining: that McGowan pointed a re volver at him at the same time. Eng- Icrt was too quick for McGowan. In a dying statement McGowan said that he was trying to shoot Englert when he himself was shot. McGowan gave two names. He said first his name was Francis McGowan and later that it was Francis Galeny. He has two brothers somewhere in the southern part of the state. McGowan, or Galeny. came to Lamoine direct from South Bend, Wash. He was SO years old. J. D. STACK PROMOTED BY SOUTHERN PACIFIC Sacramento Man to Be Assist- ant General Manager [Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO, Aug. 2S. — J. D. Stark, sissistant superintendent of the Sacra rncnto division of the Southern Pa cific, with headquarters here, has been appointed assistant general manager of the northern district, with head quarters at Portland under General Manager Bradley. Stack left Sacra mento today for the bay, after which 'ne will take up his new duties at Portland. S3 bc&w g§ t © tow and N.S.G.W. Celebration IB nTfrffflwiiH^^^ IJ iT^''^~'*^T^nTW^fffflfllßff*'i' \u25a0mlBr"r^r*f*"i"i"m l 8r"r^r*f *"i "i" ' \u25a0 THE CALL has secured a i supply of the new v'4Bv '48 stars" \u25a0 Standard quality bunting, tape bound, will last i for years to come. • [\ As long as they last Be Patriotic! Decorate Your House! j These flags can only be secured at i THE CALL'S BUSINESS OFFICE, j Market and 3d Streets* Musi be called : for in person. They cannot be de- livered or mailed. Come early, the supply is limited. RICE GROWING IS GIVEN AN IMPETUS Government Official Believes Sacramento Valley Will Be Great Field for Product [Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO, Aug. 28. — Rice grow ing in the Sacramento valley may some day become a great industry, accord ing to C. E. Chambliss, expert of the United States government, who was in Sacramento yesterday. He made an inspection of the rice experimental stations at Red Bluff, Willows and Biggs, and said conditions in the valley are suitable for the suc cessful culture of this staple product. Fifty varieties of rice are growing In the various experimental stations. STOLEN BLUE RIBBON WINNER IS RECOVERED Valuable Dog of Mrs. J. New- comb Found in Sacramento [Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO, Aug. 2S.— A Boston bull terrier with a pedigree as long as a hop pole and a list of blue ribbons won in San Francisco and bay bench shows ' was recovered in Sacramento last night by Mrs. J. Newcomb, wife of an automobile dealer of San Francis co, with the aid of Deputy Sheriff Ed. Whyte and a search warrant. The dog, which is valued at $500 by its owner, was stolen from the Newcomb home some time ago and taken to Sac ramento. It had various owners here but as soon as each one learned thai the blue blooded canine had been stolen they turned it loose. The ani mal finally was loeafed here bj>^ the officers and taken back to San Francis co last night by Mrs. Newcomb. A reward of $100 had been offered by the San Francisco Kennel club. . The iden tity of the chief is unknown to the po lice. HOP GROWERS BUY A 2,500 ACRE TRACT Portion of Haggin Grant Se- cured by Capitalists [Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO. Aug. 28.— The sale of 2,500 acres of the finest bottom land in the ,newly ppened Haggin grant for a sum said tSb be close to $500,000 has been completed, the purchasers being "W. E. Gerber, Horst Brothers, the well known hop growers, and several east ern capitalists. The deal is the big gest in the history of the county with the exception of the sale of the grant itself. The 2,500 acres comprises all the rich bottom land on the once famous breed ing farm and will be adapted to rais ing hops. Five hundred acres of the tract have been in hops for the last 20 years and have produced the best quality of hops on the Pacific coast. Conditioning the land is to commence immediately by grubbing out under brush and erecting levees in low .por tions of the tract. ... . ' \u0084- .. ... . \u25a0 ..... .... . \u25a0 • . . . . \u25a0 . \u25a0 . . \u25a0 . ,:- ; DR. CRAVIOTTO IS GUEST OF HONOR Stag Dinner Given for Him by Mr. and Mrs. Sam [Special Dispctch to The Call] STOCKTON, Augr. 2S.— Dr. J. V. Cravi otto was, the honored 'guest at a stag dinner given last Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Aaron. Doctor Cravl otto has resided at the Aaron residence for many months and- will soon move into his new home in Van Buren street. The Aaron residence was beautifully decorated. Numerous toasts -were re sponded to. Richard Revolk spoke of the Pan-American fair. Thomas Glea »on presentee! Mrs. Aaron with a jjit glass fern dish. Among those in %& tendance were Doctor Craviotto, Dr. c\ L. Six, Dr. J. P. Hull. Dr. T. Gleason, Dr. I. S. Zimer, Dr. Wiljiam Fried berger. Richard Revolk, Ray and Mau rice Friedberger. Peter Dentoni, Jo seph Campodonico. and Louis Regalia. Miss Susie Hammond and Worley F. Mason were married last Wednesday at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. R. Hammond', in Lpckeford. The cere mony was performed by Rev. Speers of the Methodist Episcopal church. The rooms were tastefully decorated for the occasion and the wedding cere mony was performed beneath a large we./ding bell. The dining room was decorated in pink and green. The bride wy» unattended and -wore a gown of white silk and carried a bouquet of f/hite carnations and ferns. A wedding dinner was served and the couple left on the 4:30 train for Shasta county, where they are spending their honeymoon. . They will make their home in Sacramento county. The Tres Alamos five hundred club met last Thursday night at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Latta. A very enjoy able evening was spent. The next- meet- Ing will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Smith, 1439 North El Dorado street. \ A happy family reunion was held to day at tbe home of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ryan in North Commerce street. For the first time in nearly 10 years the family was united. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ryan; their son, W. A. Ryan, and wife of Chicago; their grandson, H. R. Young'olood of Tracy; their daughter, Mrs. H. M. Hollembeak. H. M. Hollembeak. Hugh Hollembeak and Mrs. H. R. Youngblood. It was the first meeting between Mrs. W. A. Ryan and Mrs. H. R. Youngblood. F. J. Ryan is a well known newspaperman. Mrs. J. A. Stewart entertained the North Side bridge club Thursday. \u2666 • .- .* A dance, was given at Snell's bun galow last evening by the U. P. C. club. There were about 22 young; people in attendance. The wedding of Pearl Chapman and Miss Jennie Bowman took place last Wednesday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. G. B. C. Chapman, 315 South Grant street. Rev. J. W. Lundy of the First Presbyterian church officiated. Mendelssohn's wedding inarch was played as the couple entered the ar tistically decorated parlors. The bride wore a gown of white silk. Following the ceremony a wedding supper was served. * * * Personal Mention Mrs. E. L. Conlon is risking in San Fran cicro. Fra l^- AlJc« Morrissey bas returned from San Mrs. J. I). Peters and Miss Anna Peters are spending a few iveeks at Del Monte. Miss Mirabel Stewart has returned from a visit hi San Francisco. . Mr. and .Mrs. A. H. Ashley are at Pacific wrove. .'....- . Dr. hihl Mrs-.. R. B. Knißbt and rlaushter. Mlfs DoriF, are on an toting In Tuoiumne county. \u25a0".;* f- P-r. J. D. Younjr has soue cast on a several weeks' trip. Mrs Henry Hicrpinbotham and family of Berkeley have been TisltinE Stockton friends. Mii«B Blanche Steels is visiting Stockton friends. Alan, Ross has returned from Pacific Grove «lay Miller of San Francisco is viMtlii" Mr and Mrs. \V. Smith. '"""\u25a0* PUBLIC SCHOOL PUPILS MUST BE VACCINATED State Board of Health Will En= force the Law [Special Dispatch to The Call] CHICO. Aug. -2S.— Every pupil in the public schools of Chico must be vac cinated this year. This is the ultima tum received by the city board of edu cation yesterday from the state board of health. * If the trustees refuse to obey the or der the state board will see that the law , is -enforced. Heretofore the trustees Jhere have been .lenient and have not made the order mandatory. They ; have permit ted children to go to school who were not vaccinated, if the parents objected , The order of the state hoard of health/backed" up by, the recent su preme court decision, makes it imper ative for, the trustees to force the or der this year. . SURVEYORS WORKING ON PROPOSED ROAD Grade Stakes for Sierra Project Being Driven [Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO. . Aug. 28. — Grade stakes for the Sacramento and. Sierra railroad are being driven*; across the Rancho dol Paso-by a , score or more of surveyors, preparatory to*the grad ing, which- will be started soon. :From the Haggin ; grant line to a point 10 miles above Orangevale the grading has 'been completed for the new. road, ;which 'is to' open up the timber country of the. Sierras. With the right, of way across the grant graded the ;route..from Orange vale will be ready for,: rails: •It is predicted; that -cars -on this new line, will be in /operation between Orangevale and Sacramento "by next spring. : \u25a0,;,-. :'.-,: J . ';\u25a0;\u25a0 FORMER JUSTICE OF PEACE IS BURIED Martin Peck of Tracy Dies at . Age of 80^ears [Special Dispatch to The Call], STOCKTON/ Aug. 28.— The- funeral of former Justice' of the \u25a0 Peace Martin Peck of v Tracy . was held here yesterday afternoon^ ' ; Judge "Peck ; died 1 ; i>at ' the French Camp at itheTage' of SO years., He' had<held:offlce»a.t*Tracy for many years and. was a^democrat of con siderable note. The deceased 'was a na tive^ of Belleville, St: Cluir;' county, ail; • .\u25a0\u25a0 :.•\u25a0•\u25a0 .--.- \u25a0• , ?; v- - \u25a0 ; .. -, : , - \u25a0\u0084_ FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN AT TAHOE Sacramentans in Anticipation of Departure of Many Spend Pleasant Evening [Special Dispatch to The Call] ? . • SACRA?*IENTO, Aug." 2S.—-Sacramen to's colony at Lake Tahoe is beginning to grow smaller •as the last of,- the August daj's disappear and the festivi ties are nearing an end for this season. In anticipation of the :. departure the last of the week of a score or more, a number of the Sacramentans : spent Thursday' evening at Moana Villa. Cards and dancing furnished the diver sions. Included in the party were: \u25a0_ Mr. and Mrs. L, C. Miss Ruth Ryan Siller - Miss Gertrude Cook Mrs. Charles M~. Paine Mist Angfla ' Bevan -•' . Mrs. S. W. McKim Miss Mary McKenney | Mr. and Mis. I.- H. Miss Mary. O'Neil Pierce Miss N. Donohuo Mr. and' Mi>. 11. O. Miss Kmily Murray Brooks - . Miss Railovfcu Mr. and Mrs. David Clyde Cuttin:: Murray Nells C. Ma'ttneivs ' Mr. and Mrs. S.- Day M. Valentiue Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ilaward Iloehn RyAD Frederick Percival Mr. and Mrs. U A. Me- Vlueeai I.a Costa Pherson \v. .\. Peoples Miss Laura Sillor Stanley Sclinan Miss Ruby siller H. :I. Newtou Miss- Stid ie P:i!no . Herman Plileger , Miss Verna McKim Tevis Paine Miss KaMieriue Hocbn Mertile Blum Miss F-stelle Hyau Earle Henderson •\u25a0 * • Sacramentans at Pacific Grove were guests at another end of the season affair Wednesday. The dinner was given at the Pacific Grove hotel and cards furnished diversion in the hotel parlors afterward. Miss Emily Gillis was hostess. Her guests included: Miss Nina Heilbron Miss Kdna Sheeuan Miss I eta Jo:ies Miss Mac Hcitruan Miss Gussle Quaas Miss Evelyn Colcan Miss F.Tt-lyn Dierson Miss Mabel (Jillls Miss Helen How? Mrs. A. A. Merkeley • • * The marriage of Miss Anna S. : Wal lace and George A. Rhubesky was sol emnized Thursday at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament with a simple ceremony. Miss Nellie Sheehan was maid- of honor. Rev. Thomas J. Hayes read the marriage vows. • • * Mrs. Joseph E. Crew entertained in formally Thursday evening at cards complimentary to Miss Edna McKee. The guests included: Miss Muriel: Brown Mr. and Mrs. Ammon Miss Evelyn McKee Clay Mrs. Wanda Crass Robert Finnic Mrs. Martha Urow-n Dr. Clifford Todd Mr. ami Mrs. L.- W. Fred Jackson ! Nickell '\u2666\u25a0 * • . One of the merry affairs for those of the younger set' for the week was the dainty luncheon given at McKinley park Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Elise Lashells of Alameda. Those in attendance were: Miss Mamie Shechan x Miss Bessie Burkholdcr Miss Florence Cavau- of San Joso anpli Miss Helon I.ichtner Miss Mabel Bontz Miss Ethel Weil .Miss Mildred Becker Miss Elolse MeL-auchlin Miss Martha Warring- Miss Ruth Wiseman . ton -* * \u2666 Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Bayless announce the marriage of their daughter Mabel to Charles Claude Hale. The wedding took place Saturday evening. \u2666 * * PerKonal .Mention Mrs. T. \V. Sheehan and Miss Rose Shechan are borne from Paeifli* Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall D:r?s motored to Woodland yesterday to spend the tveekend. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Doan and son Norman have returned from a motor trin through the Sierra. Mr. aud Mrs. Gerald B. Lull arc home from Santa Cruz. Mrs. Lester Ilinsdalc Joined her mother, Mrs." H. A. Dunn, at- Santa Cruz this week. Mr. and Mrs. Grove L. Johnson are visiting in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren XV. Ripley are home from Inverness. Mrs. .V. S. McClatehy and Miss Edna McClat- i chy arc home from Lake Tahoe. Mr. *and Mrs. John Straub spent the weekend in San Francisco. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert 11. Ilawiey have re turned from Oakland. HUNGARY'S EMIGRATION DIRECTED AT STATES Report of 1909 Shows Foreign- ers Favored This Country According to an estimate made by the royal emigratiqn_/commission and based on the advance figures furnished to it by the various authorities inter ested: Consul General Paul Nash of Budapest says the total emigration from \u25a0 Hungary / in 1909 amounted to 130,000 persons, and was practically all directed toward the United States. This is vastly in excess of the emi gration; in 1908, when the official fig ure was 52,942. The cause "of this en ormous increase was obviously the im proved econoniic'coriditiohs in America, with the 'promise 'of high wages and a grcfwing demand for labor. Such, an, exodus is naturally deplored by Hun garians, who realize that the loss ;of such a iargenumber of bread winners is a serious matter to a. country witli a total population of only approximate ly -20,000,000. The money sent home by Hungarians in America.*; estimated at 128.000,000 in 1909, does not .make up for tlie loss of population, as it would in Italy, where the birth rate is sd high that emigra tion is a decided advantage.; There is no doubt that, as in the years prior to the disturbed conditions of 1907-S,- the price of labor in Hungary will be 'af fected materially by ; the loss of so many workmen, and that it will have an adverse effect -upon the country's industrial' development. / The new emi gration law, which went into effect in September, 1909, has not been.'in force long enough to. show what deterrent effect; it may have upon emigration^ in general. , The principal points, covered by the law are- the limitation of- the number, of steamship agencies; the de positing of a certain sum by young men as | a guaranty, that they will' return to serve their terms in the army, and the wise restrictions with which the emi gration of young girls is hedged about. ---\u25a0\u25a0 - ;: .' 1 — c- — :—: — ' — :—: — !—! — •' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0 OUTDOOR WORK GIVES MEN LONGER LIVES Thelongest lived;nifeii are those en gaged in healthy /outdoor ; ocoupations, such" as : farming,^ simply,, because ? they lead an active, muscular life"" in the op'en\air. .' *v ;:,,.- . ... .. . '. : .Bodily activity .keeps at bay '\u25a0 the diseases of -sedentary middle, life.^ Gout arid: rheumatism lie in wait for the man who; does , ; not : walk ; \ five miles *in a week, who 'hates- games and .believes that golf is al'/waste'of time.". ' . It is the active, .busy; woman Lwtio keeps her complexion when she is past 40,.years of age,rand:glrls'2O years her, junior, grow sallow -and • anemic ; f or lack of outdoor exercise. - - • \u25a0 / - -VjYou: must' live a sedentary life, you say?' 1 "don't believe it. Even if your day is spent ; in fan j office br.'a \u25a0 shop, • you' have the 1 early morning for a" '.'tub" and 20 \u25a0minutesiwith' dumbbells.-,. You have yourJ evenings, and you ; have V your .weekends. ;. .. ' \u25a0 }' ' DELEGATES CHOSEN IN TEHAMA COUNTY Both Republicans and Demo= crats Name Representatives in State Conventions . [Special Dispatch to The, Call] RED BLUFF;, Aug. 2S.— The Teha- nia county republican- convention/ last evening 1 - elected '/the ' foilowingr dele gates to the state convention: George A. Hong. P. Dyer, and D. D. ; ; Dodson. Tehamk county democrats selected the following delegates, to the' state con vention: .H. P. Andrews, J. J. Wellsv T. E. Hamper and R. A. Foster. Shasta County Democrats [Special Dispatch to The Call] REDDIXG, Aug. 2S.— The democratic county convention last, evening chose the following -delegates to the state convention: - Judge Francis Carr, Mc- Coy Fitzgerald, .William Trewartha, W. W. Maguire, Earl 1 Dowling. F. H. Robertson and . Henry Clineschmidt. FORTY-SEVEN REGISTER ON TOP OF MT. SHASTA Other Names Inscribed on Roll to Compliment Friends [Special Dispatch to The Call] WEED, Aug. 2S.— Forty -seven per sons have climbed to the top of Mt. Shasta this year and registered in the box placed there for that purpose. Sev eral other names have been written on the roll this season, but the names of all- but .the 47 . appear to .. be com plimentary and have been written by persons who did reach the top for their friends. Those who are kno%vn to have climbed the peak this season are: . ' A. Blosser, Snobotniiih, Wash. : W. C. Groff. Mai-doel. Oal.: Ed'J. Boj-d. Iloltvllle. Cal.; W. B. Cole, Colestine. Ore.; Miss Stella McAllister. Sac-rauiento; Sydnry A. Tibbittw. Berkeley. Cal.*; Heury Kronback. Crockett. Cal. : O. B. Newton. San Francisco: (jordon Lamb, Cranmore. Cal.; Frank Lamb, Cranmore. Ca. : Lauren R. Hender son, Vreku, Oal. ; Will Kellogg. Slsson. . Cal.: Claude E. Gillis. Yreka, Cal.; Lewis M. Foulke, Gazelle. Cal.'; N. B. Frlsbee. Redding, Cal.: U. S. Hal way. Berkeley; Cbrlsttne Wright, Sacra mento. Oil.-; Gertrude Anthony, Berkeley, Cal.; Virginia M. Kelly. Palo Alto. Cal.; Wilson S. Gould. OVdand: N'els C Nelson. San Francisco; Ales Eakin: Matt Kohn. Slsson; Georxe Net nocli. Switzerland: Ruth Kellogg. San Jose, Cal.; W. D. Aluiy. Oakland: W. G.Nedham. Shasta Hotreat. Cal.: C." 11. Thompson Jr.. Berkeley. Cal.: Jesffe H. Jackson. Oakland. Cal.: Charles Glidden Jr.. Sisson. Cal.: Howard GHddoa. Sis son. Cal.: F. L. Mimes. Rod Bluff. Cal.: A. M. Payne. Morgan Hill. ml.; W. W. Rogers. Sls t-on, Cal.; R. ; A. Sheldon. Sisson. Cal.: -Karl Clemens. Browns Valley, Cal.; George Hnllidaj'. Jauus Hollldey. K. G. Reese. H. L. Reese.? F. (J. Souza, Carl Grossman. Jaok Darey. Henry Pranger. E. M. Stagg, Tres Fidler. Al Fldler, Weed, Cal. GROVE JOHNSON TO TRY FOR BOURBON NOMINATION Straws to Be Drawn to Decide After Tie Vote [Special Dispatch to The Call] SACRAMENTO, Aug. 28.— Grove L. Johnson, dean of the California legis lature and republican /vvarhorse for many.. years. will draw straws Tuesday with Charles A. Bliss, republican nom inee, for the honor of landing the demo cratic nomination for assemblyman from the seventeenth district. Johnson was defeated by Bliss for the repub lican nomination, but each received 2S votes from bourbon friends. Should Johnson lose in the draw he will still have the prohibition nomination, to fall back on. He* is undecided whether he will again fight Bliss "or not. SETTLEMENT HAS BIG f^ WORKINGS IN ITS FIELD Miss Carol Harriman is chairman of the Junior league, which takes an act ive part in the work of. the Normal College Alumnae Settlement house in New York. During the . last year the settlement has had 13 rosident helpers and 36 nonresident. Forty clubs and classes are carried on. | Calif ornians in New York j \u25a0*• — — :—:: — : '\u0084'.' , rr [Spccial Dispatch to The [Call] NEW TORK. Au?. 2S.— -Califomians regis lerfi at Nptv York lintels an? as-follovrs: San Kranris'-p — Miss R. Twoney. Albert: A. Carrigan, Hotel Alconriuin: Rev. K. Kins, Hotel Kin pi re: Miss A. Denison.. Hotel Flanders: S. W. l'urtl. A. B. l'oni. AlpmqniD; .A: L". Sa.rlcs. Hnffiimn liou=e; Mit. T. P. Strons. T. T. Stronp. Hotel Seville; J. ('. Lewis. Mrs. Lewis. Grand Union; N\ Roth. Hotel RalPtch: <?. V- Smith, Oranii Union: Mrs. A. E.; Dnmlell. Hot<»l La tuam: W. D. Hatch. A. T. Hntch, Kin? Ed wnrtl;-C.-IT. Polrer, 'Hotel Aljronqnin,'/ , I^is Anpelrs — E.- S. Boyle, Grand Union: W. 11. Crocker. Mrs. V* r . ' 11. Ciiicker. Broadway \u25a0Central: W. 11. Hoskinp.- Hotebl>ath»in: (}. C. Mil rt in. Hotel Navarre: Miss J. Matthews. Hotel Lnthan: P.* Van Wae»nin. Oilsey bonye; Miss S. Dale. Murray Hill: Mr*. C. S. T. Forner. I'ark nvemie: F. -W. -Jaouh. \V. IL. Lewis. - Hotel .Bel moiit: Vv". J. Smart, Hotel Nararre: R. F. Bruno. Kins Rdwanl: W. O. Collins.. Park ATeniie' ho tel: A. M.- Enfaylan. Hotel - SeTille; -W. W. Mines. ''Algonquin: H. Spott, Hotel T^msacre: Mrs. N. T. Westerfield, Astor hoiife; Mrs. A. E. Mackley. Park Avenue hotel;. T. Mumfoi-d,- Hotel Marlboroiiph: T. : Watktns. Mrs. Watklns. Hoff man" house; Mrs. M.. E. Keller.- MUs C. Keller. 1 St. Denis: J. Bernard,. Hotel Martinique;. C. .T. Bradncr. Hotel Gerard: 'M. M..Wonnser, C. M. Wormser. -Martha .Wnsihinjrton hotel. • \u25a0 Tasadena — K. Gripton. M::rtbn -Washinitton; K. Warner," Mario Antoinette.- : -• \u25a0 • -. • s: \u25a0 Sacramento — R. I. Burr. 'Mrs.' R. P.' Burr, Miss R. Bun-. Miss M.. Lord. Hotel Breslin. , • •San;Diepo— H." F.*Carlin!r. Hotel- Richmond. :- Santa Barbara— Mrs. HlUhcock,." Marie An toinette. -"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:: . . ' Crepe Paper— ln Native* Sons' colors,, '\u25a0 ' for decorations, * '• «t ft^, . the/roll/. . .-. . .•: . . . . . . . . ;V: . IUC California : Poppies^ — Beauti f ul paper \u0084:. Poppies,^ the State -flower, Qft#» : ,' the dozen . : ... . ; . . : ....:...'.; OUC. :. .Special PrlocM In Quantity • VlMtom; to^the City .will nndf'our -.Framed. Picture/ Department; par-; . ticularly interesting. >\u25a0 ' ' • ; AYe Do ' Picture Framing. :'•>.• At Low Prices ' - \u25a0 . -Office -''Supplies, "Stationery and Filing : Devices,' Architects' and Art- ists' Materials/ " < Sole': Agents ,- for, the Marshall $1 Fountain. Pen 4and the^i ßegal $I^so Self-Filler "Fountain / Pen; ; both ; the" Best:in the-World at their. prices. - C6pper,?Plate Engraving and Steel Die' Embossing." • • SANBORNvVAIL&CO. WHOLESALE AND 'j IIETAI L - 755 1 Mlimiou \u25a0:.'. Street,^' one ' block off : Market,,, where asavingjof ;$3,Q00 .a- month in |rentf ; is an advantage en- joyed^by . our .'patrons. : . - \u25a0 - i>vi* MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1910. SPiOND&Y,\ TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY All articles listed below are from regular stock, not "job lots" such as are so often placed on "sales" by other dealers. Tea, "Bee Brand," X. regularly 50c lb. 40<S Coffee, "Crescent" Blend. ...-5 lbs., $1.1O; lb. S2J4C Eggs, cold storage .....' -3 doz., $1.0O; doz. 35c Ripe Olives,- extra large qt. can 50<> Rice,. •'Creole/'; in cartons only, select 10 lbs., 9Q<; 5 lbs. 45c Comstarch, Murdock 7 .^ — ~-3 pkgs^ 25c Tamales, Chile Cob Carae, Enchilades. . . : doz. cans $1.35 Asparagus, "Golden . State," green can 2Oc Marnialade : .-..\u25a0... .jar. California, SOC; Keiller's Scotch 25c Raisins, Sultana white tb. lOc Crackers. Huntley & Palmer's Dinner. Olive and Salt pkg. 2O<? Tea Cakes, Japanese... « tin 2O< 'WiftSES and LIQUORS Vista del Valle Table Wines, best in California, moderate prices. Whisky, Old Crow and Hermitage Rye, 1903.. ga1.. $4.50; bot. $1.10 Claret, V. V...': .. . ..doz.bots.. $3.00; doz. y2y 2 bots., $1.75; gal. 60£ Golden Riesling. .doz. bots., $3.50; doz. J4 bots., $2.25; gal. Sop Sherry, California No. 2. .'.gal., $1.25; bot. 40£ Port, California AXo." 2... gal.. $1.50; bot.. 45<* Chianti, V. del V.; red or white.. doz. bots., $5.00; doz. y' 2 bots. $3.00 Beer, Spaten Brau. Munich. ... .doz. bots., $4.65; doz. l / 2 bots. $2.75 Grape Juice, El Verde. doz. bots.. $5.00; doz. Y3Y 3 bots. $2.75 Zeltinger, Henkell & Co doz. bots.. $9.OO; 2 doz. V 2V 2 bots. $10.00 Whisky, Distillers' 12 Year Old, D. C. I bottle $1.45 HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT Meat Safe, 12"x19"x23". regularly $1.50 \u0084.:....... .$1.15 Irons, Potts,' regularly $1.15 set of three 85c Clothes Wringer, 10 in., 3 33 r ear guaranteed rolls, reg. $4.35,. . .t.. t . .$3.35 Tooth Picks, "World's. Fair," reg 25c : large pkg., 20<; 2* for 35c 242 StTTERST. 282» CALIFORNIA 1401 HAIGIIT Phone Sutter 1 , :\u25a0} Phon* Went 101 Pboae Market 1 Home,. C 4141 »--; Home, SIOU -'-•.'. 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