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VOLUME CVHX— NO. 156.
HART NORTH'S AIDS GO INTO EXILE Inspectors T. M. Crawford and D. J. Griffiths Banished to Barge Office Frank H. Ainsworth and W. N. Swasey Brought Back to Angel Island If Hart North, suspended commis sioner of immigration, should visit Argel island today It -would not see* to him like the same old place. Act- Ing Commissioner Steward restored yesterday to Inspector Frank H. Ains woriii the yellow jacket and peacock feather that Xorth took from him when the Inspector committed lese majeste by appalling to Washington over North's head. Ainsworth was sus tained by Washington, but the next move was North's and he moved Ains worth to the barge office as boarding officer. Commissioner Steward ordered Ains worth a«d Inspector W. N. Swasey, who also has been on boarding duty, back to Angel Island. He detailed to the barge office in their places Inspector Thomas M. Crawford, formerly assist ant commissioner, and Inspector DaviJ J. Griffiths. As another step toward clearing the way for the big investigation. Steward yesterday assigned Miss Lissack, North's stenographer and the promoter of some of the round robins that North sent to Washington by way of answers to. the charges made against him, to duty in the appraiser's building in the \u25a0 office of Inspector Gassaway. Commissioner General Keefe is said to be on his way from Washington to take a hand in the investigation of North's administration. He also will investigate the Honolulu office. North still has a few champions left, although it Is hard to find them now on Angel island. They say that his * removal was a concession made by the administration to the labor union party and that he will be restored to office and full authority immediately after the election. * Hindus Show Fight The 45 Hindus who were doported Tuesday on the liner Tenyo Maru did not surrender their claim to admission without a struggle, and for a few min utes over at Angel island the spilling of blood seemed inevitable. When Watchman David Graham notified the Hindus of the arrival of the tug that was to carry them from the island to the Tenyo Maru they refused to budge. "W<* are British subjects," they told Graham. "We are here under rights given to us in a treaty made with our king, and we are going to stay." Graham entered the compound for the purpose of chasing the undesirable aliens to the boat landing. One of the Hindus produced a knife — Graham Ewears it was a scimitar — and rushed at him, brandishing the blade threat eningly. Before he reached Graham other immigration officers jumped to the rescue and the Hindu with the knife found himself looking Into the barrels of several revolvers. He was disarmed. ATTEMPT TO END LIFE MAY BE SUCCESSFUL A man believed to be C. Huntinpton. a waiter living at San Mat^o, attempt ed to commit suicide with pas in a room at the St. Charles hotel 474 .Sixth street, yesterday. The man was discovered by -an employe of the hotel who detected the odor of escaping gas ?.nd broke In the door. Huntington was taken to the central emergency hospital. His chance of recovery is meager. Cushion I "nZ 71* JS» s " »- hm - I 8-Inch Full Jointed Slips i«. Sale DouS >le Prager Caslr Stamps JEverv Morning noils Worth si so *^ *^«*^ Become a Collector Today— you will profit by it ' v , r .. , Regular \u25a0 .'.'.. -— — — — — —— — .'. '''.-..".' '' The display of jointed i\_ m y^ m^T~^^^r^ m T*^?^T^^^^^^ mm^^ m TT m^Tr7^7*! mm T m r^. _ __ '_. _. _. _. _. -^ -l-^IZ?* dolls is but one of the strilv" floral. Today... B &C I I MARKET & JONES <STS. \ \ ' ""'"'"I „„ * ' * *^ \u25a0 . ' \u25a0 ' . , "... \u0084"\u25a0'-•'\u25a0 - • Others 25c, 59c, $1.25 up to $10. Two S§3§eMdliiS Lmes Thai Should Mfoms® Active Buying interest 'W§l£(& $jt(Bs£<^> & That we can unhesitatingly claim these to be '//\u25a0/£* <?/ <' /7Z^=~*^"^ ° $15 v^ues is a statement backed up by the I [//wMr^^^^^ t (u^^^^l garments themselves. In fact, you wouldn't expect to get a stylish winter coat of such excel- Mm^M^fß^^' fjjSJii^fflfe /M^^^^i lent materials as you will find in these for less than $15. One style is illustrated. Collars / of]39^^Hf| jjl Rfc ufißfi^MsL) button snugly around the neck, or with broad shawl effect: lengths 52 to 56 inches. yffl&gSsMt' TTIhI&S ° are stunning new styles — navy blue Serge, y^/f/li>>^ J[B^^^§fe j zr gray mannish Worsteds, gray ~ and brown mixtures and others that will take your eye the moment you see them. Jaunty new jackets / [V r Lvt i \u25a0'wHßßk^^?^^'' ' lined with guaranteed satin; skirts plain gore models with, habit back and panel front Values [rJA \$ fjjf iflfflifA \ : - ?y?^MS^'/^S' v / % @^ ;'• S vtft $5.00 Broadcloth Mew $15 Storm WfJM ! ''^S(^ A new lot just received, which includes plenty These are made of camclsKair- mixtures, tweed?, /fCSf! '\ 1 1 / / /)/ fi&^Fz!? \ m\ W\ W^W*-*\P *^ W(f^ f of navies and blacks, as well as others in evening broadcloths and pony caracul; sizes 34 to 46; Jsg Hi )// U^l \\j // fpy it^'mv^StUi •^^feSi !'\u25a0 ' • shades. Made of chiffon broad- lengths 50 to 56 inches; various colors \u25a0 ' tgSat ' W/m )Tfff\ '// -' '//Jj//Z?pt\ i/llfi if, (a>iWmß w ' (&\u25a0 V* cloth, in military styles, trimmed Cg^ Qil ar e shown. Lighter weights arc in- & * ff% Mwli"Jl Yjgk /// /yVWmX I 'I' ' »WIJ X'":-» \ v.ith braid; lengths 50 to 54 in.... <P***%J?*P eluded .;\u25a0.. *P »** 111111// • 1 1? SilMJ^rl^^//// ' I I \\\ Flannelette Kimonos', Wrappers, House \u25a0'tU/li ;: 'Sll : ll» \u25a0 \u25a0 '\u25a0• Dresses. Radical Uhderp+icirig Here xMn Wl /^^WM\\^M^itvWk-;. Woiiif-n'w I.one Vlnnnrlettf anrt AVoinen*!* Wrappers, in navy, MUse*' and Children', Snonlor [Ml \WsI I I \J/ / 111 1 /////A'F^teOt^ , A)!^ '\ \" \l\l \ 1 \\m\\ JCJ C a b p a in r es e C patTe°rn's "fafhToS w?t2 . an d \u0084a and white figured "oth^ li| W / /// i f, ffiPSft^^ «ll \\»\ kimono sleeves or tight cuffs and material. Warm, serviceable gar- wlth , V - S haped necks.. Some'ha^t ,V I' Will I ' v///// /^BSiHM iVI fll l\ \lA\ iIWMV trimmed with wide bands of Per- ments. well made and neatly pockets, . others Avith Vi.;' WE I ////// rCPWfimWMAllnSr'k. 1 li R\ \i\ \\ '\ \\tft«\ Flan mater Sal; sizes to 44. Instead trimmed; siz^s to 46. Reg- Q«« belts. Come in white, red or B ray \\\]lffi\\l \\l I I k^((^/i/^jJaM&'^\\ V II i ||P of beintr 51- c -0. the prJce QQq ular $1.50. Sale price.?. UoC and combinations; . sizes to .14. I ||/M !| / // / %2} V J/^fjH&VsS^ ' »l ' iPull'V ' IV * tfeV V in Vgurtd gray *and°^avy .mat?' nnd: Kimonos, in dalhty Japanese \u25a0. Womon> Short Flanncle«c an.l ' ~ '^ '** ' • W-sSSSP** 5 rial; mad^ with higrh turnover pattern; all made with regular I-nwn Kfmnnos, with elbow or iS*^ // \u25a0 *^^P® : - ; -- -"\u25a0\u25a0•' -*m§§k W««S^P^ collar; size% to 44., • C-| £«j kimono sleeves. ARm long sleeves. !;:.•: ;r^ o^ / . \u25a0 WT- JI r - •' * / ; . l *iß:s .;/ , 52.00 values i V •'++* Sale price V.... ...... HhOC \u25a0 Extra; special today. .. : " *"C . . N? ' TfciE SAN FRANCISCO CALL MANSLAYER HIDES WITH ACCOMPLICES Bootblack Killed by Suitqr of Daughter Who Rejected Pro posals for Her Hand Widow and Five Children in Distress, Having Recently Arrived From Italy Tony Castanza, -who is accused of killing- Antonio Calentini. is believed to be hiding in the Latin quarter of this city. He is supposed to be accom panied by his brother, Domlnico, and Felix Cascampagllo, \u25a0who are also sought for by the police as accom plices. The shooting occurred at 1 o'clock yesterday morning at 229 Duncan street. Tony Castanza was a suitor for the hand of Rosle Valentin!, having met her. while en route to this country a few weeks ago. Valentini had saved enough money after four years of hard work to Bend to Italy for his wife and five children. Rosle was the eldest. Mrs. Valentini and her five" children arrived in San Francisco four days ago. Tony Castanza continued to press his suit and Rosie reported the matter to her father, as she was engaged to a man in Italy. Valentini warned Tony Castanza to keep away from his daughter. A quar rel followed and the suitor threatened vengeance. The three men called on Valentin! Tuesday night to talk the matter over and were ordered to leave. Early yesterday morning the two Castanzas and Cascampaglio went back to the house. Valentini heard them knock at the back door and, entering the kitchen, lighted a lamp. Instantly three revolver shots rang out and the kitchen window was splintered with bullets. Valentini sank to the floor mortally wounded and the assassins were seen running from the house by Mrs. Valentini. who went. to the aid of her husband when she heard the shots. The Valentini family is in a sad plight. The dead man was working as a bootblack at Mission and Twenty seventh streets and was the sole sup port of the family. The widow and children are penniless, as all the father's savings were spent in bringing them here. The girl over whom the shooting oc curred begged the police yesterday to send her back to Italy, that she might be under the protection of the man she has promised to marry. JUDGE REFRESHES TESSIE'S MEMORY Calendar Shows Woman Had Appeared Many Times v Although Police Judge Shortall Is called upon to look over a great many faces that often appear before him he could not fail in remembering that Tessie Groman's countenance had a familiar look when the woman faced him yesterday on a charge of being drunk. "Have you ever been up here before on this charge?" asked the court. "I may possibly have been here on a former occasion," demurely replied Tessie. The judge ran back' through the pages of his calendar and his eyes grew wide in astonishment. The cal endar showed that Tessie had been before the court every day last week and Monday and Tuesday of this week. When informed of the fact Tessie said she guessed the "book was right" and asked for a continuance, which was granted. Gray hair restored to natural color by Alfredum's Egyptian Henna. A harmless dye — convent. quick, sure. All drugsts • JUDGE CONDUCTS COURT IN HOSPITAL Because Michelo Centrano, who was shot some weeks ago by Joseph Tuna iato in a quarrel over, money matters, Is not expected to recover, Judge Short all yesterday held court in the. ward at St. Mary's hospital. t Tuniato was taken to the hospital and was represented by. an attorney. The testimony of the injured man was taken by a stenographer, and the court was then adjourned. The shooting took place at Stockton and Union streets. ) . The Store of Values | B.KATSCHINSKI \ The Money Saving -Store "% Bm Km \u25a0n__e| pm £ BS ijjcJ EjH 3 Ku SB ISB k3I Ewfl JcjCgE BhL Ks Bb bB Eu Bo E 3 MB BM I <cy * Bm p^ u^i fijKiß 6 6Si l^ffi f^Su " ' B^mipSit |h^^Jß9 Bfl * JHSu \u25a0 * \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 ' BSBhS^B MSm \u25a0pi homh y^fl SB Sh sv One ===== THE GREATEST SHOE HOUSE IN THE WEST^ ===== Rl HRf OCJ MARKET STREET, OPPJ STOCKTON ST:, COMMERCIAL DLUU | '-.THE mm WILL SIEIW BE H£M£| . Wet feet— means sickness. Sickness— means doctor bills— Prevent CO lcls% and coughs by wearing "Our pry Shod ''footwear— \f . ; Here you will find "Moisture Proof" shoes in every style— % and they are all modeled on the newest patterns* \u25a0 j | DON'T DELAY BUY YOUR WET WEATHER SHOES NOW || [ ALWA YS REMEMBER— That not only does our 30 year reputation for "SQUARE DEALING" 5 guarantee the "HONEST WORTH" of our shoes— but our "LOW PRICES" £ mean a saving to you of from 50c to $t. 50 on each pair purchased. S -HI-COT 1 MM SHOE A Shoe for Wet Weather! f^p Special Style Dull "I'elvet Call" fe | iM For Wet Days ijsfijg JI >:'a "HEALTH-REI MINING" SHOf-Made of English A MODISH STMBFOR DRIZZLY DAYS— N ewe sts t « r box calf (11 Inches high), full "Round Shape"- toes, - dull' "Velvet Calf" 'vamps, latest "Short Vamp" ,- shape. % .double soles, military heels. They will surely keep perforated tipped toes, sewed extension soles, arched S- r your feet dry. - .. Cuban heels. A winter style that you will surely admire. W :BDYS"DOUBLESOLE 5 "PORE GUM" G'^S' "BOX CALF"! i Sllii^ii l™liiiri storm sHOEst ; bluchers Jb& \u25a0 oIUKm KUddlKd p^ jjj^ ft _| rm\ \u25a0\u25a0^I/'tHB" nr 1 1 1 1 /\ fei Hi 3* — S£SSi l St3 HH * T WH+KttPYOUR a SPLENDID WINTER SHOE- M a dif a "MIRORLn *SHnF'* FMr SHOES DRY— They're made of "Pure of English box calf (a leather specially '9 L/Pflmrßnvw t . \. Llve P um '" not the; "reboiled" kind adapted for rainy weather wear)>| "UUKHULe. auwS»' r — Just the that is usually Bold. .Every pair of "Broadshape" tipped toes, . sewed ex- ( « shoe a healthy youngster needs these is tested before it. leaves the fac- tension stitched soles?. • Our guaranteel& ,for rainy weather, satin calf tory, so you can feel assured that they backs up the "wearing- quality" ofit?L vamps, "Mannish" shaped toes, are perfect in both fit and : >|C«* every pair. flj 4 Oela double soles. Don't fair to see quality. Child's sizes, sto 10^. *rOU Sizes 6to 11 .4) I \u25a0COiS these. SizesOto 13%.;. tf»4 Qj- Misses' sizes, 11 to 2, 50c; ladies' sizes, Sizes 11% to 2. f1.50; young ladles'lS Sizes 1 to 5%, $1.50. 3> IX3 2% to 8, 60c; men's sizes, 5% to 12, 75c. sizes, 2% to 6, $2.00. & 9 2 MEN ACCUSED OF HIGHWAY ROBBERY Henry Arviza and, Thomas were arrested by the police yesterday and charged with highway,^robbery. They were accused off having held up and robbed Jose Miranda, 718 Pacific street, at Montgomery avenue and Pa cific street' V :\u25a0 Miranda identified the, men; as^ the robbers. Axel' Anderson, '2309 Twenty- fourth street, reported to the police yesterday that he had been knocked down and robbed of $32 by a masked man. PROPERTY OF KOLB AND DILL TO BE SOLD 'Judge Graham has at last abandoned all thought of "reconciling" Kolb and Dill, the. German fun makers who have parted "company after years of success ful association. An order was signed by . the judge yesterday authorizing Mrs. M..8. Cub ing, -receiver of .. the property of the partnership, to sell the assets in her possession. . The sale will be held November 9. The court has placed a reserve price of $1,000 on the property. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1910. Toilet Goods Always Sold at Lowest Possible Prices at STORE STORE Here Are a Few Among Hundreds of Offerings Colgate's Toilet Water, 25c to Colgate's Shaving Soap. 5c 75c ; %'; Menncn's Talcum Powder, 15c. Colgate's Dental Cream, 20c. Williams' Shaving Soap (bar- Colgate's Dental Powder No. 1, bers'), 2 for 15c. 15c. , - La Blache Face Powder, 30c. Colgate's Dental Powder No. 2, Camelline. 35c 25c. , Cuticura Soap. 15c. Colgate's Shaving Sticks, large Packer's Tar Soap, 15c size, 18c. Pear's Soap (unscented), 10c. f Felt Hat Shapes Popular ] Those at Hales Are Attractive, In Best Taste and Fine Values Our millinery department is show- ing a splendid line of winter n Shapes of felt, in a variety of very n the ' desirable winter shades, including the Second black, brown, navy, green or gray. Second Floor Other shapes, likewise much worn Floor this season — large roll side effects, I ' toques and other popular fashions. J "^ Hair Goods at Hale's Of the Finest Quality Pflffs and- Curls combined, 1.50 to 5.00. Marie Curls, 3.50 a set. Switches, special at 5.00. Long, wavy hair, 32 inches, in * all shades except gray. Pyrography Novelties Slightly Soiled Sale at % Off An Excellent Opportunity for Christmas Art Workers When You Realize That These Articles, When Burned, Are as Good as Perfect Pieces The Goods At 5 Cents At 15 Cents .slightly soiled pyro&raphr, panels Trajs Hair Recelrers • when bume<f, is sood as Picture Frames new— that's one reason A#• Ifl fante n * BOT?lS why this is a remarkable X^.L I\J V^ClllS J£ e y Backs opportunity. Another -» r i. \. t»*ji strong reason is that JiatCn Holders Am. Off f *»«f« white pyrostraphy prices TThisk Broom Holders vcnis hare adranced we offer i \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ..- r _ TohaCCO Jars hundreds of noTelties at rl- 1 ipe IiaCKS j,. "Racks . %££>&\u25a0£*£«£\u25a0 ,; : ,^ kinE i DgS , \u0084 Panel, mas art workers. \ 3letal Framed Panels Donble Match Safes . . . Art Department— Hole's Oakland Store 1 ass^ ve Rocker li Wy' tw X 'j py^gAj' Really an exceptional value — g ijw Unusually well made of solid | 3 A -^ oak - Full spring seat, support- I I r-, * .^ ~ >| | I O 9x10% Feet ?! fj This is a large rug, much larger than the "room size" ad- > |f vertised by other stores. Positively the best rug ever sold at t a this price.- We have better rugs for more money, but there is £j y nothing will equal this at anywhere near the price. Less than si S you're asked for a common ingrain rug. 1 Mission Reading Lamp Mission Tabouret 1 $4.95 95c I S A magnificent lamp that stands Very artistic: a brand new de- U n 22 inches high. Shade is opales- .««„ t w at vou mi no t find cii«- I 5 cent, with green predominating. «B» taat you i no: nna cue- g 0 Base is solid oak and measures "where. Comes in weathered and \u25a0 d 2\i Inches in diameter. They fumed finish; stands IS Inches *i !| come three ways — for oil. gas or high and is 13% inches across y H electricity — all complete, ready to the top. Should sell for at least H 1 light, t.'. J2.25. '*. -Wi * 1 I Hand Painted China. I Special Saturday Only 9 I 'f. This is without doubt one of our very best, specials. Clear a si wMte china, decorated with hand-painted roses and gold, a dainfr 3 <4 ornament for your dresser. . I I I \u25a0 Now please don't blame us If you come too late, as we only R a succeeded in. getting about 900 of them. It^- I \ Country orders solicited. a] I Open Saturday nights 'till 10 o'clock. . ' •I ' \u25a0 ' _ 2 . „! \u25a0 II vuse .call;-.wants^^