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CITY TREASURER TO IMPERSONATE FINDER OF GOLD Groups of Floats Showing Dis= co very at Sutter's Mill Is Big Parade Feature Admission Day Festival Will Be City's Clinching Argument for the Exposition The second day of ih<- Admission day festival will see the metamorpho sis of John E. MeDousaJd, treasurer of the city and county of San Francisco, from a. staid, respectable citizen of a Twentieth century city to a bearded, bewhiskered miner of MS, with hiffh boots, a flannel shirt, a slouch hat on his head and a 44 by his side. The reason for this transformation !» simple. McDougald is to impersonate James \V. Marshall, the discoverer of gold in California, on one of the floats of the great daylight parade, Septem ber 9- Clustered eagerly around a locker. Marshall and three companions . will be shown washing gravel, while an Indian, stolid and unconcerned, looks on. oblivious of the changes that '-...will come upon the country as the re sult of finding the "'yellow stones." . . DISCOVER!' OF GOLD The event which will be commem . orated by this float and which was the beginning of modern California history, occurred at Sutler's hill near Colonia \u25a0 on the south fork of the American • liver in what is now Xl Dorado county, | in January. JS4S. The mill was a saw mill belonging to Captain John A. Sut ter, a Swiss pioneer, and the dis covery was made by Marshall while dlgg'ing' a iai! race to carry off the \u25a0 waterjtfcat furnished power to the mill. T > commemorate t;ie discovery and i:s i-.K'!:i>-::it..i.^ consequences, a statue* of 31^:^;t«:i h hk 'been erected on a slope , overlooJtisig the spot where the strike was made. It is of heroic size and • shov.i; Marshal! pointing downward \u25a0v.i'.b o;.e Ivmd to the scene of his triumph". XlcDougald lias studied the '-'authentic descriptions of the discoverer ';-. as well as his sfcituc, and will be •' ••jsade" up"' to resemble Marshall as • nearly as possible. Tlie treasurer takes ' a jrr^at interest i:j this, his first ap pearance as ;•. hJsirlonic star, and may - be depended ii;ju:i to iuwst it with the tyecessat? dii?uii>\ - « H.l-MK iO •<»iIOV. * WOItLD T!:is week San Francisco v.-iil have ::!i opportunity to give the world in :.dlFputable evidence that this is the Vity which, nol only by location but . • l;y temperament, is the theater in .. which to ita^o the Panama-Pacific ex- Everthlng 15 ready for the festival, \u25a0 \vhii-h will maJte Admission day the Kjtierriest public frolic ever enjoyed by '. the fun lowing people of California. The •'decorations will all be up in a day, and \.\\.<- entertainment features are ready \u25a0to be reveidfed as a succession of mirth ful Btirtiris^s \u25a0\u25a0. .Money is needed, however, to make \u25a0\u25a0..the carnival the sort of a success that will stand the scrutiny of the sections whose support will bring the Panama- Pacific exposition to San Francisco. The measure of success that wouid be gratifying: under ordinary condi tions will not be adequate now, for the exposition miiajjs too much for the fu xv.it- vi >sm i*; ancisco to be jeopardized j in the least <!*'«ree a few months be- j fore t'.ie final *iecisio!i of congress. I»ublic spirited citlxens should swell j • the Admission day fond immediately, in «\u25a0:••!.:• that the festival may be the ai-gutnAtt that will win the utiunlmous support of the eastern states for Sim K::;nci~eo. PMtSRCHAXTS AM> PP>TIV.\I, The Fillmore improvement associa tion, the merchants of the western re . t;:i! .section, who staked their money 0:1 San Francisco's future as soon as the smoke of the fire h:id cleared away. . are in the vanguard of the "boosters" for the Admission day festival. They lu-lv placed Dreamland rink at the dis posal of the committee, and the mask ers and participants in the parade will "change costumes there. As ir.ost of the events of the carnival will be staged near Fillmore street, the raercli&nts of the west end are deter mined to create a night picture that will surpass anything shown in any other section of the city during the celebration. Already street and elec trScai displays on a lavish scale are being constructed. The Fillmore street businessmen are j pelting together to increase the fund for the three nights' entertainment, :': ' and if the rest of the city shows equal enthusiasm, the crowds of visitors who are already beginning to throng the streets of the city will take away with them a memory of one of the jolliest revels of their lives. MGKT PARADE The parade will form at Sutter and Rteiner streets about 7 o'clock Saturday night and will travel along the follow ing route: Sutter to Fillmore, Fillmore to McAllister, McAllister to Van Ness, Van Ness- to Market. Market to the ferry, then countermarching in Market to Van Ness, where the i:;st. second and third sections will Ijj.ll out of line. The masque car ival (fourth section) will march i Market street to Duboce avenue, n Uuboce avenue to Fillmore treet. and in Fillmore street to lip grand masquerade ball at the Luditorrum at Page and Fillmore 'he committee has requested those o intend to mask and participate the carnival to report to the com mittee not later than 6 o'clock in the evening for assignment to positions. ' Those reporting later will be assigned to the. rear, and maskers unable to i ' reach the rendezvous may fall into lino at the intersection of Van Ness ' avenue and McAllister street and at; the ferry. The carnival committee re serves the right to bar any mask, or; character' which it considers offensive, and will insist upon maskers keeping in the division to which they are as signed under penalty of being barred from the parade. This is in deference to the wishes of a number of distin guished artists who hare been working on the plan of the night spectacle with the ambition to make It the most no table street picture that has ever been seen in America. CITY IS DECORATED The result of the hard work which the artists and the members of the committee on decoration have been do ing in the recent months is apparent " in the* decorations which are now going up along Market street, around Union square and in the principal thorough fares of the city. The electric poles of the United Rail roads are being covered with greenery, creating the effect of a sylvan avenue in one of the vast forests of California, and festoons of greenery will extend from pole to pole the entire 'length Marshall to Live Again in McDougald j Ci/p Treasurer John E. McDougald as James W. Marshall, the discoverer j of gold in California. of the principal streets. The electric globes of these decorative poles will be enveloped in huge red roses resting upon green leaves; creating, particu larly when illuminated at night, an unusually beautiful effect. S'lltlVl.VG FOR PRIZE Among the buildings which are com peting for first prize for the best deco rated building, the Hotel St. Francis, the headquarters of El Dorado and Alta parlors and of the Native Daugh ters of the Golden West, is making an impressive showing. It is spending! &3.000 on its festival costume and has a very good chance for first honors. The exterior of the building shows two huge transparencies in the court space between the wings, representing thrill ing scenes in the life of the pioneers who "won the west." On the north and south \u25a0wings are two bears, 12 feet in height, which will be outlined with incandescer.ts at night. Running along the roof there is an immense electric sign reading, '"Welcome Native Sons and Daughters of the Golden West." and at about the height of the tenth floor the hotel is placing another elec tric sign. 50 feet in length and 5 feet in height, reading. "'Panama-Pacific Exposition. 1915." There is a large bear above the fireplace of the lobby, and in the tapestry room are banners of all nations, in size as large as the mural panels, cover the walls — the Irish Has occupying a place of hpnor all by itself on the east side of the room. In the center of the hall is the dais upon which Queen California will stand when she receives the homage of her loyal subjects Thursday after noon, September 8. BOXES ARE BARRED The use of boxes and cases as seats and points of vantage from which to view the parades during the coming week 'will not be ailowed, according to an order issued by Chief of Police J. B. Martin yesterday. 'On the other hand, spectators will.be allowed to bring camp stools and use these as well as chairs along. the line of march. The seats will only be al lowed close to the ropes at the edge of the sidewalk. The police detailed on the parade days have, been cautioned to be on the lookout for infractions of this rule. The police will'try to keep all obstructions off the sidewalks. The final rehearsal- of the Admission day festival chorus of school children will be held Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at Union square under the direction of Miss Estell*; Carpenter. -A band of 40 pieces will be present to aid in the last effort to get the young voices ready for the festival. The chil dren will be escorted to the square by the principals of the respective schools^ ALLEGED EMBEZZLER ARRESTED ON STEAMER Telephone Superintendent Held for Fort Bragg Police Acting on telegraphic instructions from Fort Bragg, detectives boarded the steamer Brunswick as it entered the port yesterday and arrested George Edwards, whose real name is said to be F. S. Crambbe, on a warrant charg ing embezzlement from the Pacilic Statifc telephone and' telegraph com pany. Edwards was a division 1 " superin tendent «>f telephones at Fort .Bragg and handled money from a number of offices. His peculations are said ,to amount to several hundred dollars: Detectives O'Shaughnessy and A. Ma hany made the arrest. Edwards at first' denied his identity, but later admitted he . was the 'man wanted. He will be held pending the' arrival of Constable Boldberg of Fort Bragg. VICTIM OF FOOTPADS FOUND DAZED IN LOT Alexander Anderson Is Robbed and Beaten by Trio After having been beaten and. robbed early Sunday morning, Alexander An derson of 133 Parker avenue was found in a dazed condition in a vacant lot at Jones, and Leavenworth streets :at noon yesterday. Policeman Rimlinger sent. Anderson to the. central emergency hospital. He was suffering from a deep cut in the chin caused by a heavy instrument. I.1 '. Anderson said , lie "was oh his way home when he was set upon by three men. The attack . was so- sudden he could give no description of his assail- ; ants. His watch and some loose change were taken. ;• -^>, '.a. \u25a0t^^--T \u25a0 'r^'-'WT^- \u25a0>'-'' A.-- > > \u25a0»" ;^~>'V^ : '-" : •"^ ' A -¥"\u25a0 • "\u25a0"\u25a0'\u25a0 LARKSPUR IS IN CARNIVAL ATTIRE Merrymaking All That Is in Order for Booster Day Festival [Special DUpatch to The Call] LARKSPUR. Sept. 4. — Fair Queen Edythe and King Pandemonium issued a royal proclamation today welcoming all citizens of Marin county and others about the bay to the joyous booster day festival tomorrow, when the prepa rations that have been . growing for months will burst forth into a spec tacular carnival of pageants, sports and revelry. The town was ablaze with lights and colors this evening, when the carnival kingdom was unofficially brought into existence to test the decorations. Ar tistic booths arrayed in brilliant hues give it the appearance of a true pleas ure, city, while the canopy of electric lights overhead., and the banners and flags on the buildings complete the gala aspect Early in the forenoon the festivities will begin when Queen Edythe and her court of young women in automobiles lead the parade of floats and other spe cial divisions from the depths of Red wood canyon, through the streets to the village of Escalle and. back. Then will come the prettiest ceremony of all, the coronation of the queen. Sports, games and races will fill the afternoon. Sideshows that form a tent city about the dance platform will draw a host of sightseers. Pretty maids, dressed as street venders, will sell pea nuts: and other tempting wares. At night will come the confetti fete, the mask ball and- the battle for the throne between the followers of Queen Edythe and the merry court, of King Pande monium. f As -the celebration will be to raise funds for a new city hall and firehouse, the people in all neighboring towns are responding willingly to' the royal proclamation. - • ' SIXTY-EIGHT CHINESE STUDENTS COMING HERE HONOLULU. Sept. 4.— Sixty-eight Chinese students arrived here this morning on the steamer China.; They are on their way to -San Francisco to enter various American universities. The students are. part of the body of several hundred, sent out by the Chi nese government with the Boxer in demnity money. -TlttflFUL Our magnificent • display *this week of California j scones is attracting unusual admiration, representing: as it does a- lar»?e assortment of Sepia Brqimides, . Platinums,. Carbons, etc., of the noted an.d most picturesque beauty spots of the' Great State of California.' .'•\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. Of 'special interest^ is a. 'wonderful '.panoranile view of Lake Tahoe, eight. feeflons. in Sepia t ßro- mide, : displayed in one of our show •windows. Particularly suited to 1 these views are the frames we are making: for them of native woods in primitive Mission styles- and Rustic. } Beautiful' and almost *truly natur- ". al California. Poppies, in paper, for' decorating; -the duj:en:v. ..... . .30c Crepe- Paper, in Admission i Day! colors- . for decorative- i.'purposes,' the; roll . . ..... . : . ... .:....... . 10c Special prices for quantity. SANBORN;; VAIL SCO. . «.\E, BLOCK OFF .', MARKET -ST. .. 73." 3llnMlob. -bel. Third and Fourth. WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL. TORPEDO FLEET IS HERE FOR FESTIVAL Nine Vessels of the Pacific Flotilla Arrive in Harbor From San Pedro Warships Will Be Gaily-Decor ated During Celebration and Open to Visitors Nine vessels, of the Pacific torpedo flotilla, under the command of -Commo dore Louis C. Richardson, entered -the Golden Gate yesterday afternoon and anchored in the^deep water basin off Howard street wharf. " The destroyers 'and torpedo boats will remain in San Francisco harbor until after the Ad mission day celebration, ,: Hundreds, of persons watched the entrance of the: little warships yester day. Headed by the flagship \u0084 Paul Jones the fleet made a pretty, sight as it steamed through the Golden gate. All of the vessels are in good condition, and j the ' trip from San Pedro to San Francisco was made in about 30 hours, the fleet averaging 12% knots for the entire distance. The cruise ;up was uneventful. Smooth sea. and westerly winds made it- easy steaming for the and no stops were made during the entire distance. During the last three ;days of this week the lleet will be gaily dressed In honor of California's festal day. The vessels will.be open to, visitors. The torpedo flotilla- has had a busy time of it since leaving San Francisco. Repairs were made at San Diego, after which the fleet went to San Pedro har bor, where torpedo and target practice was held for several weeks. It is ex pected that- the fleet will remain here until about September 15. after which it -will sail for the south to resume target and torpedo practice. Commodore, Richardson is temporar ily relieving Lieutenant Frank McCom mon of the Paul Jones, who is on leave of absence at San Diego. The other vessels and commanders are as follows: Preble, Lieutenant Ross S. Culp; Stewart, Lieutenant W. T. Ligh tie; Peary, Lieutenant E. R. Ship; Whipple, Lieutenant J. G. Church'; Truxton. Ensign N. P. Scudder; Hull, Lieutenant 'H. Jones; Lawrence. Lieu tenant; E. A. Swanson. and Rowan, Lieutenant S. H. Lawton Jr. The fleet will be joined in a few days by tjie torpedo boat Goldsborough, In com mand of Ensign Leo Welch. . The vessels, now in the harbor have 31 officers and about CGS men. ART CIRCLES WORRIED OVER HOLY SEE RULING ROME. Sept. 4.?— The supreme court has rendered a judgment affirming- the right of ' the" holy* see_ to sell property without authorization from the govern ment. The decision has created a sen sation in art circles. It is "feared that art treasures are to be sold and it is proposed to introduce a bill In parlia ment prohibiting- the holy see from dis posing of pictures. » You Save From 50c "to $2.00 on Each Pair Purchased | B. KATSCHINSKI | Store. Open Saturday Nights Till 10 I —THF GREATEST SHOE HOUSE IN THE WEST 18251 825 MARKET STREET, OPP. STOCKTON STREET, COMMERCIAL BLOG. 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They had been spending .the after noon in Sausalito, intending to meet the father of Miss Bridge on his re turn from San Francisco and to ac company him. to Mill Valley. Taking their lunch with them, they set out to row to Belvedere. A squall struck the boat ana' in the excitement an oar was lost. The boat drifted with the tide to ward Raccoon rapids. The horrors of the situation came to the young women and they, made frantic efforts to attract the attenion of people on' the distant shores. The' boat was carried into .choppy seas near Raccoon straits. Rocked and buffeted in the boat the situation was one of extreme peril, when officers on the revenue cutter near Sausalito es pied the plight of the girls through j glasses. , The* dinner., engagement which had been arranged with the father of Miss Bridge was missed. NEW AIRSHIP BOASTS RECORD AREA OF WINGS Alameda Inventor to Give .Bi plane Secret Tryout • ALAMEDA, ept. 4.— H. P. Xeilson. a local inventor, and A. J. .Merle have completed a filying machine which is said to have the largest wing 1 area of any airship. yet constructed. The craft is to be taken into the country and given a secret tryout. -The bird craft is fitted with a six sylinder .engine .capable of developing 45 horse power. It is a biplane with a wing area of 740 square feet. The wing aera of the ordinary Curtiss ma chine is 268 square feet. Neilson and Merle have been work ing on the airship for several months. The Inventor claims that he has em bodied in the craft some of the best features of the Curtiss and Farman machines and has added several im provements. MONDAY, SEPTE^IBER 5, 1910. r • \u25a0 • \u25a0. MuNDfiY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY; THURSDAY No deliveries on Monday, Labor Day; stores close at 11 a. m. One delivery on Friday, Admission Day; stores close at 11. a. m. Oakland Store will be closed all day Monday and Friday. Tea, all 50c varieties except "Bee Brand". - - lb. -*<>C Coffee; 81end".'........ :...... ...5 lbs., $1.30; lb. Z M Sardines, French : H can 1-54* Vinegar, White Wine artd Tarragon, Dessaux Fib, France bot. -»£ Puree de Foies Gras, "Fleur de Lys," for lunches tin 20£ Sublime Olive Oil, Italian gal., ?5.40; J/> gal. ?l-2o Cocoa, Van HontenVin tins; Vi lb., -*OC; lb. 20c Olives, Manzanilla No. 2. qt. jar «*><? Sago & Pearl Tapioca ./ lb. 5c Toilet Soap, Hotel Size, G. B. & Co doz. cakes <*oC Matches, Jonkoping Safety <loz. boxes ; 5^ Sierra Madre Olive Oil 2 dozen capsules in box -*>< The. medicinal properties of Sierra Madre Olivs Oil are highly beneficial and conducive to good health. WINES and LIQUORS Vista del Valle Table Wines are suitable for all occasions. Whisky, O. K. Bourbon gal., $3.50 ; bot. S3? Cocktails, "Early and Often," 6 varieties 90c Burgundy, Mountain Vineyard doz. bots.. $3.25; gal. 85<? Riesling,, Mountain Vineyard doz. bots.. $3.25; gal. Ss<^ California Sweet Wines— Tokay, Angelica. Muscatel. Malaga. Madeira"....:..... .......bot:, "*<><*; 2 for 75c : sal. $^30 Brandy, California Private Stock, best for pickling, gal., ?5; bot. $1.25 Scotch Whisky, "Highland Nectar," D; C. L bottle $1.55 Sloe Gin, Pedlar Brand bot.. $1.35; \A bot. 7Oc Creme de Menthc, green, M. B. & R decanter $1.40 Mattoni Water, best table water, doz. bots., $2.25; doz. j£ bots. $1.50 HOUSEHOLD DEPARTMENT Broom, selected, good value, reg. 50c : 35^ Chamois Sponge,* tor mirrors, windows, etc xuc Carving Sets, three pieces, Henckel's 20% "discount Tooth Brushes, finest bristles, assorted shapes, rcg. 25c \.2 for 35C 242 SUTTER ST. 2SU» CALIFORNIA 1401 HAIGHT Phone Sutter 1 Phone We«t 101 Phone Market 1 Home, C 4141 Home, SlOll Home, S4lll OAKLAND — 13TH AND CLAY— Phone Oakland 2524 lio^ie. AS2IX j^^^fi^* GERMAN Wsggss EYEWATER GIVES INSTANT RELIEF At all reliable druggists", 50c mail. 63c GEORGE MERLE German Expert Optician 000 MARKET ST. 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