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-^Oil From Agency Companies to
. Be Handled by Producers'
f Transportation
"tSfjeeiflJ Dispatch to The Call]
R.IKERSFIEI/P. June 24.— Pro
ducers' transportation company's pip'
"jine will today discontinue running:
'1-Akevlew nil for the present and will
begin handling; oil from other agency
vompanies. It la understood that the
.- Kern River. Coallnga and McKlttrick
' oil will be given the right of way.
The great Lakevlew gusher, a year
>and a quarter . old, is flowing about
, 5.100 barrels, of which nearly half Is
j good oil, the remainder being water.
Among the members of the Independ
ent producers' agency there Is a feel
ing that the Union oil company Is
getting more than Its share of oil run
through the Producers' transportation
company's pipe line. During May the
daily average of oil handled was
.".!>.OOO barrels for the Union and 8,000
for all the other agency members com
bined, the Union's proportion being
nearly 5 to 1. The storage committee
is still working on the problem of pro
rating the deliveries of the different
companies, but It is stated that very
little progress Is being made.
A number of government agents are
in the county investigating homestead
entries and scrip filing* on mineral
lands. Desert land entries in the Lost
Hills sections are also receiving at
John McCauley Was Former
Hotel Proprietor
SEMITE, .Tune 24.—John McCau- j
ley. an old resident of the Tosemlte!
valley and one time proprietor of the
Glacier Toint hotel, was killed this
morning when his team ran away. He
was 80 years old. He was on his way
to the valley from his ranch when the
accident occurred.
Births, Marriages, Deaths]
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mall
will not be Inserted. The must be banded In at
with the Dam* and residence of persona author
lied to have, the samp published. Notices re
stricted simply to the announcement of the event
are published once in this column free of charge.
1 Notable Deaths \
♦ 1 ~ ♦
June 24.—John Condron. pioneer, prospector
and hotelmen. died here this afternoon from
cirrhosis of the liver. He came to Salt Lake
City and purchased the Cnllen hotel In 1908.
Condron a »- horn at Dubuque, la., XV years
ago. As a child he went with his parents to
California la the party sixties. Growing np.
he went Into business near San Francisco, but
was attracted to southern Idaho by the mineral
. discovery.
THOMAS MAYNE DALY—Winnipeg. Manitoba.
June 24.—Thomas Mayne Paly, police Judge
and former minister of the interior In the do
minon cabinet at Ottawa, died suddenly this
Falkenhan. a well known contractor and
builder, was killed by a streetcar which be
mi leaving in front of his home in Denny
way. .*'.'*" : »';."--'V"" I *. *.\'*\
N. J.. June 24.—Rear Admiral Charles Stew
art Norton. U. 8. V. retired.' died at hit
home here today from heart disease. ■
• — ♦
Marriage Licenses |
♦. : , ! !—
The following marriage license* were issued in
San Francisco. Saturday. June 24:
IMS Sutter street, and I.uella Alexander, 2*.
Los Angeles.
.ATKINSON—DAVIES—John H. Atkinson. 21,
.Sunnyvale. Cal.. and Helena A. Paries, 21,
4151 Twenty-third street.
BETCABE— MONDOT Betcabe, 25. 1034
Geary street, and Maria Monde. 25, 3-107 Sac
ramento street.
BOYESON—IoHNSON -Norman F. Boyeson, 21.
Chicago, ill., and Lou P. Johnson, 23, San
COW" — LIVINGSTON — Harry O. Copp.. 26.
Stockton, and Watts F. Livingston, 23, 47
Dearborn street.
CUNNINGHAM—LA I'BF.R-—Joseph A. Cunning
ham. 21. 130 Clinton I'ark, and Liny 11.
Limber. 20, 610 Oak street.
FITZGERALD- MARTIN Edward I. Fitzgerald.
28, and Hilda F. Martin. 19, both of 21« Cole
HI'GHES MARSHALL— Merlon F. Hughes, 21.
Santa Crur, and LeTerne L. Marshall, 18,
Klf.BEiK -JOHNSTON Our -H. Kllbeck. 41,
list Angeles, and Eunice Johnston. 28, Stock
PALMER—MARA—AIbert J. Palmer, 21, San
Bruno Park, and Hannah J. Mara. 18, 316 A
Twelfth street. .
PrSKH—SARICH—Prosper Pnslch. 20. 1837
Woekl street, anil Kate Saricti. 27, Cl 5
Greenwich street.
REI KEMA— I'OMF.ROV- Frederic G. Reukema,
25. in Francisco, and Nan C. Pomeroy, 21.
1411 '-j Guerrero street. ,
TOMW.EE-Frank Tom,- 21.. $17 flay afreet,
and Rose Lee. 17. 786 .lacks,, street.
WKINMANN— ROSE—Philip R. Welurnann, 29.
J 4710 Masonic avenue, and Martha Rose, 26,
1200 Halgbt street.
WRIGHT—GRIFFIN—James W. Wright. 21.
and Emma V. Griffin. 18. both of Reno. Nev.
AHTTE—In this city. June 10, 1011. to the wife
of Dlely Ahtye, twinsson and daughter.
BF.ASLEY— In this city. June 22. 1911, to the
wife of William H. Beaalev, a son. -
FINNIGAN— In this city. June 10. mil. to the
wife of William S. Finnljan (nee Walsh), a
WREDEN—In this city, June 17. 1011. to the
wife of Henry Wreden (nee" Wllrweher), a
son. -SHHlilsaaMHnnftHiJ
BLOtTNT—GRIEB—In Oakland. Cal., June 20.
1911. by Re- George W. White, pastor of
First Methodist Episcopal church. Stephen J.
Blount and It din GrifT, both of Point Rlch
maad. Cal.
, Audemard. Catherine 71. McDonald, John A.. 41
Bebnke, Martin ...77 McKenna. James F. 40
Be.semer. Fredrick* 70 Marzvck. Teresa ...."ft
' Binning. George ...20 Meincrke. Angellta.. —
: P.lsazzi, Gaetantna.. 28 Umaroe, Margaret .72
* Paris. Dr. William. 4« Psvton, Julia 5.... 88
■ Duffy, Thomas 1 ..36 Relchmnth ....(Infant)
Dwyer. Gertrude IS 16 Shlel. Helen J... ..—
De Sorla. Sirs. V. 8. '-'( Thorpe. Robert C...—
Ebrlght. N. ».;.... 80 Towusend. William.. 83
Ferguson. Tliomas..7o I nderw,«»l.Catherine SO
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I | Blue=jay Corn Plasters
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[births, marriages, deaths
Green. Mrs. Cera T. 47 Williams. William H lj
lltfcrlj. Mary .....41 Woollford,,. F.iisebta. 4..
Harney (Infant) ——
Hofmelstsr, Engel- I.a 8ree..... ...(Card)
hardt ....T8 PaatOri .....(Card)
Laodsburg. George. . 68 Qulnn (Cardi
l.ipv . Ermlnli 26 Sclnrarta (Card)
McCann. Richard ..72 Wlechert ..(Card)
AUDEMASD-In this city. June 23.'1911..Cath
erine Audetnard. beloved mother of Leon And*
ma.-d. and widow of Manuel Audemard. a na
native of France, aged 71 years and 3 months.
Friend* and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited .to attend the funeral services today
(Sunday). June 2.*;. 1911, at 1:30 o'clock
p. m.. at the chapel of J. S. I'ndeau. 41 Van
Ness avenue. Incineration I. O. O. F. ceme
tery, at 2:30 o'clock p. in.
BEHSKE—In the German Altenhelm. June.22.
1811, Martin Behnke. beloved husband of the
late Catharine RtFhnke. and uncle of John
Gotache. and cousin of Mrs 0. Muldcnhsuer. a
native of Neuendorf, Germany, aged 77 years
11 months and « days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend tht funeral services ■ today
(Sunday), June 25. 1911. at 3 o'clock p. in.,
at the 1. 0. O. F. crematory. Remains at the
funeral parlors of Ernest A. Wollitz, 1415
Webster street, Oakland, until tomorrow (Sun
day i neon.
BSBSEHXR la this city. June 2-".. 1911. Fred
ricka Bessemer, beloved wife of Henry L.
Bessemer, and mother of I,eopold Bessemer, a
native of Fellna, Prussia, aged 70 years.
BINNING— In this city. June 22. 1911. George,
beloved son of the late Herman and Anna
Binning, and levins brother of Mra. Anna
West and Charles. Henry n.. John H. and Al
fred H. Binning, and devoted nephew of Mrs.
J. 11. Cruse, a native of San Francisco, aged
26 years 3 months and 9 flays. ■
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Sunday),
June 2.V 1911, at 1:30 p. m., from the parlors
of n. F. Suhr * Co., 2919 Mission street be
tween Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth. Inter
ment Mount Olivet cemetery, by electric
funeral car from Twenty-eighth and Valencia
BISAZZI—In this city. June 2.1. 1011. Gsetanlna.
dearly beloved wife of Antonio Blsuml tnd lor
ing mother of Infant Blsazii. devoted daughter
of Frorrldenxa and the late Joseph Bellante
and sister of Frank, Frances, Mary and Rosey
Bellante. a native of Italy, aged 29 years.
Friend* and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Sundayi.
at 1 p. m., from her' late residence. 2689 Bry
ant street near Twenty-fifth, thence to Corpus
Cbristl church for services.
DA VIS—In this city. June 21. 1911. Dr. Wil-
Ham 0. Davis, beloved husband of Harriet
Davis, and brother of George W. Psvls of
Santa Rosa, Cal.. and Mrs. M. C. Read of
Mlddletown. Lake county, and Mrs. J. S.
Read of San Francisco, a native of California,
aged 46 years 4 months and 18 days.
Remains, at the chapel of the Truman un
dertake company, 1919 Mission street be
tween Fifteenth and Sixteenth, will be for
warded to feint Arena today iSunday>, June
25. 1911, at a p. m.. where services and inter
ment will take place.
DE SORIA-In Frultvale. June 24. 1911. Mrs.
Carolyn S. de Sort*, beloved wife of Alfred
de Soriat and mother of Alfred and Ernest de
Rorla. a native of California, aged 24 years 3
months and 3 days.
Haslet of funeral hereafter.
DWTER—In this city. June 2."?. mil. at her
parents' residence. 86 Bsrtlett street. Ger
trude Irene, loving daughter of Edward B.
and Sarah Teresia Pwwer. and devoted sister
of Sadie E., Edward A.. William J., Alice M.
and the late Abbie M. Dwyer, a native of San
Francisco, aged 16 years 7 months and 19
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
. vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Monday),
June 26, at 8:30 a. m.. from the residence of
her parents. 66 Bartlett street between Twen
ty-first and Twenty-second, thence to st.
James church, Twenty-third and Guerrero
streets, where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of her «oul. com
mencing st 9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
cemetery, by carriage. *-.
DUFFY— In Lea Gatos. June 24. 191 T. Thomas
Francis, dearly beloved son of the late
Thomas and Ann Duffy, a native of San Fran
cisco, aged IS years. A member of California
council No. S«sn. Knights of Columbus.
Remains at the parlors of Carts? A English.
1618 Geary street. Notice of funeral here
after. ~: .i ■-:■' .
ETBRIGHT—In Snnel. Cal.. June 23, 1911. N. S.
Ebrlght a native of Ohio, aged 80 years.
Remains will he taken east, accompanied by
bit son, Wallace Ebrlght.
FERGUSON—In this city. June 24. 1911. Thomas
Ferguson, beloved husband of Margaret Fer
guson, and father of Robert and the late
Mabel Ferguson, a native of County Tyrone,
Ireland, aged 70 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the fnnerai tomorrow (Monday!.
June 26. 1911, at 10:30 a. m.. from the par
lors of H. F. Si:hr * Co.. 2919 Mission street
between- Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth. In
terment Mount Olivet cemetery.
GREEN- this city, June 24. 1911. Mrs. Cora
T. Green, widow of rank Green, and beioTed
mother of Mrs. Mai I* Rotenfeld, a nstive of
Cleveland. 0.. aged 47 years. (
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
rlted to attend the funeral services tomorrow
(Monday), June 26. 1911. at 1 o'clock p. m.,
at the parlors of the Albert Brown company,
572 Thirteenth street, Oakland. Interment prl
HAGERTY— In this city. June 24. Mil. at her
residence. 1625 Eleventh avenue South. Mary
Hsgerty daughter of the- late Henry and
Christina Roskamp). dearly beloved wife of
Joseph R. Hagerty. and loving mother of
Luclle Hagerty, and beloved sister of Mrs.
William Coyle and Mrs. Frank Coyle and
Henry Roskamp and Mrs. Louise Spelman. a
native of San Francisco, a |.. aged 4] years
6 months and 6 days. A member of Genevieve
parlor No. 132, N. P. G. W.
Frienda and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral Tuesday, June 27.
Mil. at 8 o'clock a. m., from her late resi
dence, 1625 Eleventh avenue South between
N and P streets, thence to All Hallows church,
where a solemn requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of her soul, com
mencing at D:"0 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
cemetery, by carriages.
HARNEY—In this city. June 22. Mil, the in
fant son of (aarles J. and Alice E. Harney,
aged 1 day.
HOFMEISTER—In this city, June 00 1911, En
gelhardt Hofmelster. dearly beloved husband
of Anna Hofmelster. and loving father of
Charles, Henry. George. David, and William
Hofmelster and Mrs. Elisabeth Leonard and
the late Mrs. Annie Shsnauhsn. a native of
Germany, aged 78 years 7 months and 29 dayr.
The. funeral will take place today (-.,',„.
day!, at 10:30 o'clock a. m.. from the parlors
of Gantner Brothers, 3460 Sixteenth street be
tween Church and Sanchez. Interment Mount
Olivet cemetery, by carriages.
LANDSBURG—In Alaska. June 2, Mil George
M.. beloved husband of Clara A. I.andsburg.
and father of Bulah 1. and the late Guv M.
i.andsburg. a native of Nova Scotia, aged 56
years. *QK&B&>®&&lX3sgxs?i-s ' -
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Mondavi
June 26. Mil, at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the
chapel of the Oakland crematory (near Moun
tain View cemetery). Remains will be at
the funeral chapel of Smiley & Gallagher.
2325 Santa Clara avenue. Alameda, until 1
o'clock tomorrow (Mondavi.
X-XPPI— In tbia city. 'June 23. Mil. F.rminia
Lhapi, dearly beloved wife of Peter Lippi, and
loving daughter of Assunta and the late Gta
copo Lippi; and devoted sister of Joseph, re
ter and Frank Lippi and Mrs. A. Bertoll and
Mrs. Lucia Biagi. a native of Lucca, Italy,
aged 26 years. A member of Washington
-circle No. 1. c. 11. i' - .
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral services today
(Sunday 1. June 25, Mil. at 1:30 o'clock p. m..
at the parlors of Valentc. Marlni. Marais &
Co.. 640 Green street, thence to Sts. Peter
and Paul (Italian! church, corner Filbert
i street and Grant avenue, for benediction. 3
McCANN—In this city, June 23, Mil, Richard
• McCann. husband of the late Catherine Mc-
Cann.. dearly beloved father of Mrs. Albert
Burchardf. Mrs. c. a. Sandegrln. Mrs. Robert
Brunig. Mrs. David Hornlein. Mrs. J. C. Wells,
Mrs. Horace Henley. Laura and Raphael Mc-
Cann and the late David McCann, a native of
Ireland, aged 72 years in months and 27 days.
A member of San Francisco chapter No. 1, F.
. * A. M. (New York and New Hampshire
papers please copy.). " Clrwaiaiuaaiiolm»bi>«
I - Frienda are .respectfully; Invited to attend
the , funeral today (Sunday!, Vat 1:80 p.« tn..
from Golden data commandery ball, 213" Sut- I
ter afreet, tinder' the auspices *of • Crockett i
lodge No. 139. Jf. AA. M. Interment Wood- j
lawn cemeteryX . automobiles. Remains at
the chapel of NT Gray A Co.. 2196 Geary st. -
KcBONALXs— this city. Jane 23. - 1911. • John
A., beloved husband of Minnie McDonald, and !
devoted father of Jack, i Maurine, Chester, |
William. Venetla and Florence McDonald, a
native of Canada, aged 41 years 10 months
and 27 days. (Rochester, N. V.. and Vancou
ver, B. C.. paper* please copy.l
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Monday).
, June 26. 1911. at 9:30 a. m.', from the funeral
parlors of O'Sbaughnessy, I,asewell A- Co., IM
.'.". Valencia street between Sixteenth and Sev
enteenth, thence to Mission Dolores church.
Dolores and Sixteenth streets, .where services
will be held, at 10 a. m. % Interment > Holy
Cross cemetery. -, t - :
McKENNA—It this city, June £3. 1911, James
• F., dearly beloved husband of Mary F. Mo
Kenna (nee Lynch i. and loving father of
Walter F. and J. Edgar McKenna. and loving
son of Mary A. and the late Michael McKenna.
■ and loving brother of John • and Sylvester M.
I McKenna and Mrs. Charles Dlttmar. a native
of Ran Francisco aged 40 years 11 months and !
2 days. A member of San Francisco council
No. »115. Knights of - Columbus, and W. L.
Temple camp No. 1 7*l. Woodmen of the World.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Monday).
a? 8:30 a. m.. from bis late residence. 423
Belvedere street, thence to St. Agnes church.
where a solemn requiem ■ high rows will be
celebrated for the repose of his soul, at 9
a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery, by
OF COLUMBUS—Officers and members of this
council are hereby notified to attend the
funeral of our late brother. , James F. Mc-
Kenna. at 8:30 a. m.. tomorrow (Monday). j
June 20. mil. from his | late residence, 428 !
Belvedere street. Br order of
T. I. O'BRIEN, Grand Knight.
JOHN J. WHKLAN, Financial Secretary.
MARZTCK—In this city, Jane 22, 1911, Teresa.
beloved widow of Charles Marzyck, a native j
of Bohemia, aged 39 years.
Remalas at the parlors of the Henry J.
Gallagher company. 1314 Webster street.. No
tice of funeral hereafter.
MEINECKE— In- Munich. Germany. June 24.
1911. Angelita. widow of Charles Melnecke.
and beloved mother of Mrs. Ixrolse A. Hoh
wlesner and Ines C., Dr. E. P. and Wllhel
mlna Meinecke. and grandmother of Mrs. R.
W. Sherer and Mrs. AC. Woodward and Carl
Hohwlesner. * ■ ,
ITOintOE— In this city. June 23, 1911. Margaret,
beloved widow of George R. Monroe and de
voted mother of John, George, Helen and
Grace Miinroe, Mrs. F. H. Hodge. Mrs. E.
Stahl, Mrs. J. R. Csstro, Mrs. B. Goryl and
J the late Mrs. Alice Hayes, a native of Ireland,
aged 72 years.
Friends art respectfully invited to attend the
j funeral tomorrow (Monday), at 9 a. m... from
her late residence. 4096 Seventeenth street op
posite Diamond, thence to Most Holy Re
deemer church, where a requiem high mass
will be celebrated for the repot* of her soul,
' commencing at 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy
, Cross cemetery.
PAYTON— Berkeley. June 23. 1911, Julia
Swain Payton, beloved mother of Mrs. Hattie
H. Brainard. and grandmother of Mrs. Btrtle
Golden and Mrs. Carrie E. Bauer, a native of
Philadelphia, Pa., aged St years and 4 months.
BEICHMTJTH— M»ls city. June >». 1911. Ro
• sle Marie, beloved daughter of WendeJ and
Rosie Reichmuth. a satire of San Francisco,
aged 5 months and 4 days.
SHTEX—In Oakland. .Tune 23. 1911. Helen Jen
nings, beloved wife of Patrick SMel. a native
of Ireland.
THORPE—In this City. Jnne 22. 1911, at his
residence. 824 Twenty-ninth street, Robert C.
Thorpe, beloved husband of Louisa M. Thorpe, ;
and father of J. Hall, Sophie and Freder- !
ick W. Thorpe, and brother of Will J. Thorpe,
a natlre of. Philadelphia.
Friends and members of Court Star of the
West. No. 6956, a. 0. F.. and Western Ad
dition lodge No. 285. I. 0. 0. F., art respect
fully Invited to attend the funeral services
today (Sundayi. June 25, 1911. at 2 o'clock
p. m., at Memorial ball. Odd Fellows' build
ing, corner Seventh and Market streets, where
service will lie held under the auspices of
Western Addition lodge No. 285. I. O. O. F.
Interment private. Remains at the parlors of
J K. Gray A Co., 21S8 Geary street corner of
■ ToWNBmn>-In this city. June 23. 1911. Wll-
Ham Townsend a native of England, aged 35
I :'"- years.; .....— ■
Remains at the parlors of Suhr ft Wleboldt,
. 1385 Valencia street near .Twenty-fifth.
I UNDERWOOD—In this city. June 24, 1911.
Catherine Underwood, relict Of Charles Under
wood, and mother of A. R. Underwood and
Mrs. A. W. Brown, a native of Ireland, aged
SO years l month and 14 days.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the
funeral services tomorrow (Monday). June 2*.
at 12 t'cVaet noon, at the chapel of N. Gray
A >.. 2196 Geary street corner of Derisadero.
Remains will be taken to Monterey, Cal., for
Interment.' Please omit flowers.
WILLIAMS—In this city, June 24, 1911. Wil
liam Henry, dearly beloved ton ,of William
H. Jr. and Madeline C. Williams, and lorinf
brother of Mervlnt, Fremont, Madeline. Gene
v;eve and Norma Williams, a natire of Ran
Francisco, Cal., aged 1 year 7 months and 24
The funeral will take place tomorrow (Mon
day). June 29, 1911. at 9:30 o'clock a. ra.,
from the residence (> his parents, 1287 Third
avenue. Interment (private) Holy Cross ceme
WOOLLrORD— In this city, June 24. 1911. Eute
hlt. beloved wife of Frederick M. Woollford.
and mother of Marion C. and Ruth M. Wooll
ford, and daughter of Mrs. Ensebla Woolley.
and twin sister of R. M. Woolley, and slater
of Sonet M. Woolley and Mrs. R. M. Taylor,
a native of Pennsylvania, aged 45 years 4
months and 29 days.
Funeral notice hereafter. Remains at the
chapel of the Truman undertaking eomptny.
1919 Mission street between Fifteenth and Six
I most sincerely tender my thanks to the
many frienda who. with their kind words,
deeds and floral tributes, expressed their eym
pathy during my recent bereavement.
• PAPTORI— family of the late Carlo Fer
dinsndo Pastort herewith desire to express
their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to
their many friends for their kind worda of
sympathy and beautiful floral offerlnga extend
ed to them during their late bereavement.
QCINN—We moat respectfully tender our
sincere thanks to our many friends. Fire Chief
Murphy and the members of the San Francisco
Fire Department and the Veterans* Association
who so kindly sympathized with us In our late
bereavement by their kind words, deeds, let
ters of condolence and floral tributes.
SCHWARTZ—The family of the late Maria
E. Schwartz gratefully acknowledge the kind,
expressions of sympathy tendered then by
their relatives, friends, aequalntancea and
neighbors in their late bereavement, the loss
of a dear mother.
. MRS. J. F. SIEBE. .
WIECHERT— We desire to express our sin
cere thanks to our many friends and ac
quaintances for the beautiful floral offering*
and sympathy extended to us In the sad lost
of a demoted hnsband and father
- \ MRS. ANNA WIECHERT and Family.
For $75 Will Furnish Hearse, 3 Car
riages, Embalming:, Shroud and
Cloth Covered Casket
Caskets at $35. as good as sold by Trust
Undertaken f0r..'....'. ;.... egg
Caskets at $50. as. good as sold by Truat
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Amazing, Sensational Closing-Out Prices On Our Entire Stock of
Dress Goods and Silks
For low prices, completeness of stocks and downright bargains this sale of silks and dress goods excels any ever offered on
the Pacific coast On Monday we add the reserve stock from the warehouse, making assortments as complete as on the day the
sale started. Read the few remarkable prices below and remember that every yard of goods in stock is proportionately reduced.
1 Qaf Yard for Shepherd Check Suitings are 27-inch Novelty Foulard 5i1k5..............) An at
* %/C 38 in. wide, in the three best sizes of checks. 50c All-Silk Novelty 5i1k5............... 1. .X OK c
OQ n Yard for 75c English Alpaca— Heavy 54-inch 50c Roil Silks 25-in.; all c010r5........... j Yard
OVC goods, in cream, gray, navy, brown, etc. 75c qualit All-Silk, 24-inch F0u1ard5.......) All at
AC* Yard for $1.25 Scotch Plaids— 46 inches wide; 50c ; and 65c quality All-Silk Taffetas. V 39c
"PC all of the Scotch and other color combinations. 65c, 36-inch Ecru Pongee 5i1k..........r... ) Yard
RQn Yard for $1.25 Henriettas, Prunellas, etc.—All $1.00,36-inch Ecru All-Silk Pongee ... ) Alt «
OUC are 46 inches wide; all colors in the lot. $1.00 24-inch Silk Crepe de Chine 5........ .V > 63c
7Rn Yard for $1.25 English Storm Serges—s6-inch; $1.00 27-inch All-Silk Me55a1ine5............ ) Yard
4OC navy, brown, black, etc.; shrunk and Sponged. A a Yard for $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 Novelty Silks— for
■' ' , ,""".'£- "OC every possible useplaids, stripes, Persians, etc. "
**U1 JC Yard for $2.50 Imported Pastel Broad- IS^ yard for 27-inch Seco Silks; all colors.
«p J. .**U cloths—s4 inch; pink, light blue, lavender, 58^ yard for Cheney Bros.' 85c quality. 23-inch shower-proof
gray, cream, black, etc. Foulards; dots and figures; good colors; mostly navy.
: -
Jill Black Dress Goods One-Third to One-Half Former Marked Prices
CQ c Yard for $1.00 Black English d* 11C Yard for $2.00 Imported Black f%Q Yard for $1.25 Black Dress Goods
*JOi*\ Storm Serges inches wide; ■*r J,"i Broadcloth — 52-inch, heavy : v-^C —Henriettas, prunellas, voiles,
rich, lustrous black and thoroughly weight. -Cery rich and lustrous black; cheviots, serges, satin stripe and self-fig
shrunk and sponged. shrunk and sponged. ured Armure effects and many others.
Amazing Closing-Out Prices (Mo lleservations) Entire Stock
Wash, ess and White Goods
If you need ANYTHING in wash goods you will find that the savings are tremendous. All the wanted kindsginghams, percales,
chambrays, marquisettes, voiles, batistes, lawns, foulards, silkolines, etc. All at prices like those quoted below:
Ql/O/** Yard for Best 15cj Dress 1 1 \l*\f% Yard for Best 25c Irish 1Q« Yard for 35c Satin Stripe Wool
%I I&\+ Ginghams—32 inches wide; * * /•»** Dimities and 25c Foulards .;.#V<V<; ChaUies—ln solid black; other
in great variety of fancy checks, stripes —The dimities are 27 inches wide in rich plain colors with Persian borders; also
and all the plain colors. * floral designs on white grounds. pretty floral designs.
*\l/lC Yard for 8 l-3c Dress Ging- Q Yard for 121 / c Ve lve- Finish 7 Yard for Best Fancy Silkolines—
& /*C hams-27 inches . wide; in g C ™** *2£ c. V*lvet Pmish ' C Large variety of rich f]oral de
plain colors, light, medium and dark blue, WW Flannelettes-Best colorings in a sißns and & all o{ the best colorings in the
pink or gray. .. . <!. large assortment of stripes and checks. collection.
Convincing Proof of Matchless Closing-Out Savings in These
Six Items From Suit Section
*£) CA for $20 to $30 Tailor Suits * « qj. for $12.50 Junior Wool Suits
V SI&L ,'°^ astonishing and sensationally low price ever $ "•t^*'^ All of our stylish $12.50 all-wool Tailor Suits for
M^% Oft Su?ted .for Suits and Dresses as good as these are. A J young girls 13 to 17 years—the season's swellest two
■ I «?«. Suits in all the lashionable materials; one-piece M W C«. And three piece models in the popular gray mixtures.
; Dresses in plain color serges and black and white now reduced, to close out, Monday, at but »5.95
checks. each
$11.75 for $55 to $40 Tailor Suits «Ef 95 for $12.50 to $20 Long Coats
•PI l* Another record-breaking offering. We want to V fiH^ -^^ Every woman's coat must go. About 80 coats
|I en close out every one of these suits by 6p. m. Monday. A 7« on of fancy woolens, black cloths, coverts, satin, silk,
MM •»•»*• Come and see these garments and be convinced. All 0;B «?€*. pongee, white serge, linen, cravenettes and «ilk rub
•■•"•• of the stylish materials and colors. Sizes to 44 bust. :IV^ berized—all regardless of former price and value,
now 95.95 each.
*|f)7i: for all our $40 to $60 Suits */*% qc for $7.50 and $10 Wool Skirts
V |'X . Nothing to approach these wonderful values has. 3) J? •<«•* Serces and' Panamas in hlarfc whit* a nH „ a * w .
mf%**n been offered here or elsewhere this 'season:; All' that* merges and- Panamas in black, white and navy;.
111 cUi remain of our highest class plain tailored and fancy © W ©CI. homespuns in tans and brown mixtures. Also man
•!>/ suits grouped into one big lot, and marked to close v^^r. nish mixtures; etamines in black. All the latest
on "Monday at only ■? 18.75 each. , styles now, to close, at $ 3.95 each.
all ar>i_*i i 1 ""^ Biggest Moneys Worth You ( ' "" . " . """ „ . -***\
All Children 3 Ever Saw-Closing Out All - Our Entire Stock
Pongee Coats DA J J;^ _ Wash Dresses
at Half Price «a#v^iviMig Positively none reserved.
THIS season's pretty styles Sheets and Pillow Cases —T Early comers Monday will get
for children 4to 8 years 85c Pequot Sheets—Blx9o 68*** some phenomenal bargains.. The
Some plain, some braid or satin *S£'S eWi Cases-45x36 ..:...15^ materials, arc ginghams, cham
trimmed and with gilt buttons. &§Efl£Zs*So?: \ \ lit £& batistes and lawns; Dutch
Single or double breasted; $2.50 i7^c.High Ciass'Cases-45x36ii?Hll^ 01 high neck styles; all sizes,
values now $1.25; $3.50 values, White Cotton FiUed Comforter. $3.50 to % 500 $h95
l nOW $165- , J $1.50 _an. o9 ' $3/0 grade....92.35 Dresses, NOW . I em.
Ladies' Wash Dress Skirts closing Out aii Blanket.
mm- T*h« -Prt-m^ 4*l On n „A ?175 Blankets-Good heavy grade AQ^ : 5¥ *° V'?- 00 $ X.95
****** * former■■sl-00,and gray only, pair ...............:.... ...yoC DreSSeS, NOW . O ca.
KJKJV, $1.25 Skirts Of linene, $1"5 Blankets—White or gray; Ai 10 A... ' " 1 " , '
Indian Head or duck, in white, >" finches. Pair........ $1.10 / —■— : — . .
tan or blue. All sizes. To close! $3£5K!;^ 0r.. 8: ay:...51.98 %°* in g„ Wmnnm
now 55c each. $5.50 Biankets-3-4 size; white. »t ap uut Jtu "rr* 51 °
; ■ ; iSfSls^^ :*-|tS: $125 22^ eSr ale and
/n_«u , AofAiir 71 \ 68x80 inches. Pair —•• •"..:..*W«o" T* •*•««* Fleece-Lined Wrappers
, thlldren S $3.50 WOO! Coats Closing Out AH Bed Spreads —Neat figured effects in navy and
T7INE all-WOOI *1 AC $I*so Honeycomb, tf bed size.... 95*^ ;^ys; well made; great values. All
-^ coats, in navy $I• "D $00 Honeycomb, full 5ize....... 95<J sizes, 06 to 46
and red; values . * <"• "g -vS^SiSSJ^^ « '•'"&S 7Q^ $1.50 House Dresses-Good
„•_■. i A *<j -a t* , . $2.00 Heavy Honeycomb, lull size.sl.ss' / rfC . i •-^, 1, „, ;
up to $3.50. If we have Size you $2.50 Marseilles, full 5ize........51.95 * *^7. "cales in "*-'* blue and black
want, wonderful bargains await $3.25' Satin Marseilles, full 5ize..82.45 J n(? „te checks; also some figured ef
you Monday at but $1.95 each. $3.50 Heavy Marseilles, size.. 53.95 ' /. CtS; -„g,,g £Li° w •n, ec.** : all sizes, 34 to
1- Z: *•••■■ J $4.50 Extra Marseilles, full 5ize..83.25 144;I 44 ; to close 79< each. .*- .
$1.50 and $2 Waists, 75c ea. I G^^^^j^y^ypf
A BIG assortment of fine Madras, Gingham and f^r*£ik* /i^^MA/CM^^
Flannel Waists, broken lines in many styles and : 'S^' "''^^^.^y mcorporated luiiiiJn
in all sizes; values to $2.00; to go, starting Monday, ,J JfWJ Jl'V'tf-'LtB
1 rTC IT L 1 A^aararga&atP*^^^^
Lingerie Waist,- *, Q C I Lingerie Waist,- . «*, AC N° S^^ S*nt J" ApproVal-Nonc Taken Bac^ of
$3.50 to $5 values- ......^l.lfD| $2.50 to $3 values $1.45 L Exchanged. Mad Orders Filled if in Time

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