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Bowwow Aristocrats Parade in Rivalry for Social Rank
Many Qualify for Admittance to Canine "400" of Nation
St. Francis Ballroom Is Bril
liantly Decorated for the
Big Event
• hampion Huhi, the finest Pekinese
spaniel in America, and likewise aware
of the fact, raised his glossy head
from a pink satin pillow and yawned
a mighty yawn. The gesture, which
seemed to please him, included stick
ing out his tongue to a dreadful length
in the direction of the renter of canine
population composing the toy dog show
in the St. Francis hotel.
"Fearful bore, these shows," he re
marked to Sherwood Shun Shi, who re
posed on a similar pillow in the nevt
Everlasting bore, I'd say," replied
Shun Shi, amiabFy. but at the same time
keeping both eyes on Miss Lydia Hop
kins, their mistress*. His interest did
not match his word.*, but as a young
i be wanted to keep on good
- with the champion. At the same
he had thoughts of pleasing his
ess by winning a prize.
"It's aH_.an empty honor." Champion
Huhi mumbled lazily. "I've been in
dozens of shows and I've won prizes by
the hundreds, but it's nothing to get
ex< itPd about.
"Just listen to those toy poodles ovef
there yelping and fidgeting around like
■ undman was *t fter 'em They
won't even let me slei-p."
lie yawned again luxuriantly, but no
reply cattle from Shun Shi. As a mat
ter of fact his-mistress was going to
take him before the judges, and lie was
as excited as. the poodles. Champion
Huhi, who was on exhibition only, in a
a-ilt cage flanked with hlue ribbons won
in other shows, drifted off to d*og
DRIFT CHILLS till 111 "\HI A**
The Chihuahuas were making an aw
ful fuss over on their side of the big
colonial ballroom. The cold draft
from an open door had become almost
unbearable, and little two-pound Bonita.
as short of hair as she is of weight, was
• tying her head off. A A. Shade, who
owns Bonita, understood and closed the
"Thank you. tiiank you,"' whimpered
the little Mexican. "Now hold me for a
while," she commanded.
Shade cuddled her -against his coat.
and she went to sleep.
*"! wouldn't want Bonita to catch
r-otd," he said. "She. is far too valuable.-.
I was offered $3J»00 for her at the Kan
•*ns City show, which is at the rate of
about $1,500 a pound."
Incidentally, Bonita is tlie best Chi
huahua in the United States.* with the
proudest lineage and the most points
t >ward championship. m
She was not. however, the smallest
dog in tiie snow. Across the room, in a
miniature sed.-.n chair of white and
gold, an alert little black and tan ter
rier about the size of a chipmunk was
standing on a pink silk cushion wildly
chattering to himself. He was fond of
i»aning out of his crib snd calling '
names at the other dogs and then heist- !
ling with excitement over his bravery. ■
His name is Prince of Pilsen. and his I
mistress, Mrs. 1.. R. Hailing, said lie was j
the tiniest black and tan in America.
He tips ti.e scales at a shade less
than two pounds, but h* is capable of
receiving a great deal of affection.
Mrs. Hailing lifted him up and rubbed
silky head against her cheek.
"1 wouldn't part with Prince for his
weight in diamonds,'' she declared.
"Nobody else must touch him. 1 may
not be jealous of my husband, but 1 tn
iainly jealous of my doggie.''
Prince whined petulantly for some
thing to eat. but it was not time yet
and he didn't get it.
Another aristocrat of the show was
Anna Belle. Mrs. Charles Sutro's King
■ 'hat ies ' spanfcel exhibited among the
Knglish toy spaniels and winner of all
- in her class. She was ex
hibited in a genuine Louis XV sedan
. which was quite appropriate, as
one knows Louis Quinze was a
•mporary of King Charles.
Anna Belle speaks only French and
in this language addressed a question
to a Japanese spaniel nearby. The an
swer was in jargon.
"What! don't you speak French?"
cried Anna Belle in amazement.
The Japanese dog begged to explain.
Hla French, he said, had been acquired
from his mistress, who still was strug
gling with the declensions. Eventually.
he hoped, he would be able to con
verse with Anna Belle. Anna Belle
politely hoped so too.
9o it went on all day. from 7 o'clock
in the morning, when all the dogs were
alert and loquacious, until 10:30 o'clock
last night, when they were more in
-1 to snuggle up against a warm
coat and be rocked to sleep. Meanwhile
tiie initial show of the Pacific coast
Toy JDog association was going on
about them and hundreds of visitors
were poking them with curious fingers
or gingerly petting them to see
whether they would bite.
More than 100 dogs*, ranging in size
from tiny Prince of Pilsen up to Bos
ton terriers weighing IS pounds, were
■ >n exhibit, and among their number
v.-as every variety of toy dog ever
seen on Powell street or Pacific avenue
on a summer afternoon. They were all
bsrbered and manicured elaborately,
and some even wore tiny jeweled rings
in addition to expensive collars.
In the center of the ballroom a
square space hounded by palms* was
occupied hy John Bradshaw, one or
the most famous dog fanciers In Amer
ica, who acted as judge. A constant
string of PiimiTaiiiani* and poodles and
spaniels passed before him and with
unerring: eye he sorted and picked
from among them the winners of the
ribbons and tiophies.
Some of the exhibits were elaborately
a ted and won special prizes for
their beauty. Cat toll Cook's arislo-
Pomeraniana occupied apart-,
ments in a miniature St. Francis hotel,
which shown with electric lights like
the brg hostelry does on a carnival
night Miss Hopkins' 13 prize dogs, in
cluding Pekingese spaniels, griffons
and Pomeranians, were arranged in gilt*
cages with a background t of Chinese
The trophies included some of the
most beautiful cups ever offered in a
dog show in the west. They were
awarded at the close of the show. The
winners in the several classes, includ
ing the variety classes, were as fol
Mr*. l><->n JJrxi<* Marian.! Oso -ira* voted ihp
ntotst ..popular d«g in lb* *bo-«, wlenUu. a Uand
Two prominent women exhibitors, and dogs entered- by them, in the show in St. Francis hotel.
sooae sterling silver <-up. d«n:ite,i l>y the St.
Popples, dogs First. H. F. ''onion's Dennis
ton Bobl.v
XOVice. dogs -Fir-1. Mrs. T. XV. Bradbury's
AaMrieaa bred, d..£* First Mrs. A. Silver
man's Black B'Hiiry.
I.iuiii. dogs—Firs'. Mr«. A. Silverman's Black
Open, ilou-s (parti ealeel—Fhsl. Miss J»u!se
ID-ring's Dcaaistan Mnn-ret.
Oi.eii. d..j;s isnlii! ouib'ii tint, aftsa Louise
Reting's Virginian.
Winners. ,iogs First, Mrs. A. Silverman's
Rla.k Beauty.
I'nppie.s. hitches— First.fcJobn It lit ton's Roma.
Novice. bitches First. Mr*. 11. Sanxay's
Limit, bitches—Firsi. T. J.. Blight's Sussana.
Open, hitches Fir«r. Ifc'rfMsfoa ket»fiels f Cvin
Puppies, dogs—First. Leo is>xnn'* Don de- Oro.
No-rice, ,logs- Fir-t. Mrs. S, A. Jaeger's High
Cliff Pierre.
American bred. dog-—First. Mrs. H. S. Ren
«■:• k> Marteau ill.
Limit. <!ogs- First. Mrs. H. S. Res«rlek?s Mar
Nl*. i'-e,. d<'i*> —First. Maunie Levy's bcrbyi
buy 1 \ . *
Saaerieal bred, d.'.gs-Flrst. Miss Grace Cab
son's Raster 11.
l.iiui! dojfs—First. Mannie I r-vyV Royalist.
<)|)eu. . dug* -Fir-it. Mannie i.e\y*"s Champion
lit ah.
Pacific |.i.a,l bred, dogs -First. Miss Grace
Gibson's Buster 11.
American hred. bitches —First. .1. B. Martin's
Wonderland Daffy.
Limit, hitche-—First. Mrs. R. AVelnstock's
t)pen. bitches—First. Mrs F. .1 Jordan's Cliam
pion Endcliffe Claudia.
Pacific coast bred, bitches -First. Mrs. R.
Weinstock's Rliv.
Winners, bitches !"ir»i. Anna Belle: reserve,
Open dags (orange and white > -First. XV. L.
D. Cary's M sublet h Knirht.
Winners, dogs -Firs!, Maiibletli Kniglil.
Open, bitches (red) l'r-i. W. L. I). Cary's
Uanldeto Daffy.
Winners, bitches -First. Mauldeih Daffy.
Puppies, dogs (black and whitel—Fir«t. M.
Altnaeyer's fhlbby second, Mrs. Ellesaor Jos
sehii HlHs Taro San.
Limit. ilogs (black and white'—-First. .Mr«.
Tic.mas Blight's Count 'logo: second. Miss E.
A. riiro.rs' Tama.
Open, dogs (black and white i -First. M. Alt
mayer's Tama.
Winiiers, dogs -tfrst, Oatast Togo: reserve,
l*ii]ipics. -)iit«hcs (black and whitei — First.
Mr-. Kllesnor Josseljrii Hill's stato Snn.
N..»i'c. Mte%es iliiack and white) — First, Wal
ter Heller's Princess Tamasan.
Limit. Wtcbes iblack and white)— First. W.
Heller's Princess Tamasan.
open, bitches (black and white) —First. Mrs.
Extravagant Prices No Longer
Necessary in Player Pianos
No longer is it necessary to invest $700 to $900 to
buy an artistic and wholly satisfactory player-piano.
Improvements in design, in efficiency and methods
of manufacture, together with quantity construe- -
tion, have made it possible for us to offer at this
time players which in every respect are superior to
those which two or three years since sold at prices
$200 to $300 higher. This evolution is the natural
result of the great demand for good player-pianos
at low prices and the devotion of the best mechan
ical minds of the music industry to manufacturing
and mechanical problems.
Today we offer a player-piano at $485 on easy pay
ments, which will satisfy the most exacting musi
cian, not only in the character of the piano, but as
well in; the perfection of its renditions. It is
beautifully cased, simply controlled arid altogether
At $500, $550 and $600 we 'show player-pianos
which we are confident are superior to any offered
at their price in the West. On all convenient terms
may be arranged. Besides, the buyer has the certain
knowledge that both piano and price are right and
that back of every instrument offered by our house
is ari unimpeachable guarantee not only as to qual
ity, but that the price is the same that he would pay
for his piano on the floors of the manufacturer.
Safeguard your own interests by investigating
thoroughly. - >-*?
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135-153 Kearny and 217-225 Sutter Street
Oakland. 51* Twelfth and UtOO Wssitastoa.
OTHKK STORKS—I.os Angeles. Sarrastrala, ,Saa Jose,; Saa IMeaSi
Paoeatx, Arizona; Rene, .\evadai Portiaad, Oregon.
;T. J. Blight* cii. O'Hana San. ■
Winners. I.itches— First. Ch. OTLtna'San.
Brace- Miss E. J. Hills, Brace; Mr. Alt
mcfat** Brace.
American bred dog* (red!— First. Sherwood
Ball kennels' Sherwood Sit Wang.
Limit, dogs (parti-color)— First. Sherwood Hall
kennel*' Sherwood Wing.
Mtnlr. dogs (any color) —First. Sherwood Hall
I kennels* Sherwood Shnti Shi.
Winners, dnas—First. Sherwood Shun Shi.
Limit, hitches (part i-folori — First, Sherwood
Hall kennels' Sherwood Maku.
Opes, bitches (parti-color), under 10 pounds—
Sherwood Hall kennels - Sherwood Nnu Nul.
Winner*, bitches —First. Sherwood Nan Nni;
1 reserve. Sherwood Maku.
Winners, dogs—First. Miss M. Hayne's Friend.
Winners, bitches—Mrs. Charles Busby's Win
rtiesrer Cjneeu.
i Puppies, dogs (white)— First, Miss Vera Lind
f gren's Monsienr Bahhec.
Novice, dogs (whites)— First. Effle Roberts'
' Ruffles.
American bred dogs, under eight ponnds—
First. Mrs. N. G. Coos's Toy.
American bred dogs, eight pounds and over—
First. Miss K. O. Samter'n Senator White.
Open.* dogs (white*, eight pou lid a and over—
First. Miss Vera Llndgren's Ch. Nicholas Long
i worth.
S -Open, d*og*s (hla-k), eight pounds iwl over- :
First. Mrs. C. Hal biggs' Ebenezer.
Puppies, hitches (white) —First, Mrs. Major's
-Pacific Coast Girl. '■
Puppies, bitches (black)— First, Mrs. C. Hal
I Biggs'. Dusky Bell. ___, .
Novice, bitches (white)— First, Mra. J. K.
. Napier's Lady PrctWa.
American bred bitches (white)— First. Miss
| Vera Llndgren's Fluffy Ruffles 111.
Limit, bitches t white). S pounds and under—
1 Firs!. Mrs. Major's Queenie.
Limit, bitches, orer 8 pounds—First, Mrs. 11.
San-cay's Triiie.
Open, bin lies, over S pounds—Ffrst, Mlm r. ,
I Llndgren's Fluffy Ruffles 111.
Winners, bitches—First, Fluffjr Ruffles; re
serve. Pacific Coast Girl.
Veteran bitches— First. Miss V. Llndgren's
Black Eyed Susan.
Novice, dogs--First. Mrs. W. A. Beck's Count
Winners, dogs —First. Count Bonk
Novice, bitches—First, Mm. W. A. Beck's
Novice, dog* -First, Mrs. S. Rand's Prince
; Charles.
American bred dogs -First, Miss Rene Gold-
I berg's Didbe.
Limit, dogs—First. Mrs..Anna ron T-eo Mirret.
Open, dogs—First. Mrs. *t. Rand's Bm*te*r
■ Brown. I
I'upple*-*. bitches -First, Mr*. T. Wilkinson
Bradbury's Yaleita.
Novice, bitches—First. Mrs. S. Rand's Little
American bred bitches—First, Mrs. T. Wilkin
i son Bradbury's Valetta.
Limit, bitches—First. Mrs. J. R. Bane's Trlxie.
Limit, dogs—First, Mrs. 1,. R. Halllng's
Prince of I'Jlhuii.
Open. . biti lies Fit-si. Mrs. 1,. B. Halling'g
Ojwn. ilugs — First. Mrs. I'ilehrist's Ganiln.
Pacific coast bred bitches—First, Mrs. William
Co.vne's Fl Nino.
Veteran bitches—First, Mrs. James Eva's Chl
Ope,n. bitches—First, Mrs, W. A. Dcane'e Cn.
Queenie JI. "
Winners, bitches—First, Queenie 11.
Open, bitches—First, Mrs. Masoero's Mervll
Yesterday's Fire Alarms
Box 549—10 a. Hi.*, one story frame
buJldin__r. rear 2,08 Barry street: owned
by A. Masth; cause.** children and fire;
damage slight.
Box 680—6:09 p. m.. three Story
frame buildings-I*o*l Harrison street:
owned b>» H«nTy,»lttuhinann* occupied
as lodgih* houstfaSv N. \V. Meredith;
loss small; cau*wo*'by roonber locating
leak in gas pipe with ajihatch.
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The Greatest Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Shoe Sale in the World. Over 1,000 Suits and Overcoats
to be almost Given away at this Sale. Come and get a Suit and Overcoat while you have a Chance.
37 Carloads of High Grade Merchandise to be Sold for almost Nothing.
Shorn for Men, "Women, Clflldreii; Furnishing ('oods, Blankets, Corsets, "Women's) Muslin Underwear, Kimonos. Hosiery of all kinds; Women's and
Children's "Dresses; Silk Waists to be sold out tn twenty days for most any nrlee. Some goods slightly damaged, by wreck only; most of the mer
chandise was not touched, only tbe boxes were damaged. The Railroad st ood tbe great loss.
Lot \n. I—Men's fIS Suits ___________ ___. ___. _____________ ___ _________________________ _________________ ___ ___. _____________ _____________ m_ m ____________ Lot No. 2—We will place on
::rur'::-:::: fri day and Saturday 3o a Yard
French Shoulder Sus- " "m" mmw m^m m mT-WMmWAm -gnn-ar-ni ■ -anr ■ m ammw ar—ai ■ s>ooo children's Sweater
pendcrs. Regular 75c, will . ..;* , .„ _. Coats. Regular sdc; w*ll
*ro at— We have unloaded many more carloads, which we will place on sale to- go at—
8c 9 Psir day. Be on hand Friday and Saturday, the last days of the sale. 10c E3Ch
ATrnninn nriim itiaai shoes for men, women and children
ItKKlrll ULMULIIIUN EnUTeBiwk % t^°Sifc^St imvlaiket
> ~~ >aaiß >~> M >MiH*_-_a_aa_n-S—a-MMMB__MM_a^
This Is one of tbe greatest sales In the country, and It will pay, you to come from any part of the State. You buy winter goods for less than half.
1 lot of Ladles' StJBA 1 lot of Ladles' 93.00 Ox- 200 dosen Boys' Suspenders 300 doses Canvas Cloves
■snas* Z"'r.". ..-'!'..." 48c __£,™~ -_•«» '— 29c S" " "'" 5c *•■' " "'• *" 2c ~WM
, , ot of laaie.. Stock Lsdies' 75e Stock Collsrs, I^Am Wk
aa-knsnnnn-w Collsrs will go at, Men's $1.00 Overalls, OJ . Boys' Overalls will go ~ ft all ail*- will go at -9-
each dQ blue, win go st COC «t 19C e " ck ' U
HI AW Men's Ota Kngllsh Rain- ~_m Wk)
Ladles' *1.00 Shirt- OTs% I « ,dl *«>' * I ** Corsets *%(_- f 5.00 Silk Waists, all ss coats will go CO OC
waists will go at.. . £. I C will go at *7«9v slses, will go st 3a£sO«7 at «9aCa9o
REMEMBER, most of the goods were not damaged, only the boxes got smashed up a trifle. We have ln this lot Men's Pnll Dress Suits worth up to
9!io. The people of San Francisco and vicinity are certainly lucky that this sale Is going to be here In this city. New York and Chicago have one
ef these sales every year. You will be able to buy cheaper here than In any wholesale house. Come today and Saturday. This sale will end Satur
day night. ; . . •
That we mast mark this stock very low, as It must move fast, so take ad vantage of our circumstances. This stock will be sold by Ssturday night.
Be on hsnd Thursday at 0 a. m.
™ One lot of Women's Ties and Slippers, Sorosls I Men's Handkerchiefs, good quality, *» I 500 pairs of good Working Pants, __»_■«_
o«" k at. r pa?r" ply 9 .7?! 29c I w,u b * pr,e * d ■'•**«* " I r **"»" ip, y -* 2 - 00 * ~"« *• •*• p*«»- 59c
Boys' nnd Misses' Shoes', -regulariy ' I ilea's and Women's fS.OO and KSJMI aj a* I Oae lot of Odd Veals, regularly f2.50, _- __
SIJiQ and will go at ■ *»PP | Shoes will go at .■'. 91 aassJ I will go mt, each |QQ
Below are Only n few ot the bnrgatns. as It would take two newspapers to mention them all. If there is anything In our line you can use It will
pay you to attend this sale. Let nothing keep you away.
TUTon'c fsllifct Men's 1 aderwear la all colors; Men's 52.50 Corduroy P4 sJC 2 «" s *' "9
meil S OUAbO rdH . mn + *„_.„.„.,. W Mle 4 raats will go at 31. 19 Hose 7fi
M 'w.-* ,4<M * 53.85 ***** lMt " W -*>■'■ •» Tronser. will be KQ_- ChlMrea's Sweater < «aV. *AZ
SuHm s»**»sl»a» Mea's Heavy Wool Fleece Vnder- on sale a* 09 C worth $1.5U O«JC
"gZf**, $ 1.95 I^^!?fr.. ?".. mv * 35c *;»\& 5~«- -»• •• gs c j?~«* 4c
Men's «20.00 C 7 AC Men's SXOO All Wool Vnder- COg. wu___,tm* sa.ni' T-«..,.'a/T» M rKl" !tnf M,,n V' r • , • regular 11 as
Suits.., 9f.*9d wear will goat... 53C wn!*he 5 ?ale St $ 1 .45 SaJoO' '" *° "*' ' aeh ]I C
>lea's «25.00 CQflf. Men's Fine Socks, regular >J m Shield Bows—-100 dosen Men's Blankets 48C
i Suits,-,.. ... v j. -90.09 25c value, In all colors. f6 sfc|ela B# , _- Ladles' fs.oo oSX
Men's S.W and *35 f- CCA OC Men's 25c Linen Haadker- •*_-. each ... ... .. IC Petticoats DOC
Suits ....;..... .s»%?sfpOP «A^*ao^ H s!f™*- sT* Knitted Four-1.-Haad Ties, regu- Misr<»llflTle>nil<!
Men's Overcoats at less than Jnslf Ba A,V ** S ■ o '" , " Bft "»rlr SOe, Close them o-at Cat . iIUSCeUaneOUS
price, snd Raincoats all red-seed. *" ,r : ' L___' '''' ••' •'' i; •*• at, eaeV. 5C Good * SLW Oft
at*.'. tet .( i,.', 25e snd 50c Silk Fo«r-ln-H«ads; »"*• .•"■ ........ .. ...... ww Blaakets . 39C
ass? elegsat. rich aad pints, jfs-. Women S GrOods G »°«i »*OO Se!f
, >VS|£SiH s .«rt? .h M^eeSlS s . h^*.r rt - ~y 4tC 29c "SLSX Si:9s
, 33c *.gi!fest c 39c 39c . ~" k '—' 51.69
"'* * Be sure an to tlie*ig!i€ place, at 1148-MARKET STREET. Look Bo >**' w OO sb »"
SHOES . , for Red' Sign with Train Wreck. Let nothing keep you away. Every article OH!am
* $B w?uVo , .t 4 . 8h0 !" $1.99 will be sold as advertised. Saturday the last day. 3JOC
yV..... $1,29 We Have AHT Kinds of 6oods ,f or Men, Women and Children. ls k&* l * n [ 6C
Edward R. McAvoy, Arrested
Several Times, Twice Was ,
Accused of Felonies
Dissatisfied with the statement of
Edward R. McAvoy, applicant for ap
pointment as a policeman, to the ef'
feet that he had been, arrested only
once during his life, the police com
mission some time ago ordered a full
investigation made of the man's char
acter and: life. Detective Sergeant
Thomas 'B.urke yesterday testified be
fore a meeting of the commission |hat
McAvoy had been arrested several
times, twice for disturbing the peace.
once for grand larceny, another time
for malicious mischief and still another
time for burglary. McAvoy is next
on the civil service eligible list for
appointment to the police department.
Policeman Michael Bain of the south
ern station was dismissed from the de
partment, he having been found guilty
of being intoxicated while on duty and
of insubordination.
Policeman Henry J. Charlton was
fined $25 for failing to report for duty.
Policeman John J. May. was repri
manded for being late for duty. His
excellent reputation as a patrolman
prompted the commission to be lenient.
Frederick J. Oster, a patrol wagon
driver, while on duty attended a wake
for about two hours. He was fined
$20. *
Carl Leonhardt, proprietor of the Ca
sino, a roadhouse, was reprimanded for
playing music after 1 a. m. Joseph
Moresl, the chauffeur who charged two
Immigrants f7 for taxi\hire instead of
?2. the legal fare, lost his license.
The proprietors of the New Califor
nia Dance hall, Montgomery street,
will be cited to appear before the com
mission to show cause why their li
cense should not be revoked for per
mitting white women to dance with
Filipinos and others of the Malay race.
Pertinent Feature to Be Part of
Program at Celebration
The program for the official celebra
tion of Columbus day tomorrow even
ing lias been completed by the citizens'
committee apapinted by Mayor Rolph.
The event wfll take place in Scottish
Rite hall, commenlng at 8 o'clock. Tlie
program will be as follows:
Overture, 'Isabel]" Yon Webber
.Municipal Bawl.
Introductory rem-irks issgc I. M. Goldman
Chfliriiiiii) of tlie evcnhiK
luvocst ion Rev. Charles A. Rauim
Motion pictures of Cohgntart •llsco-cerin'-: and
larsling in America. .Conrles.v Orpheum Theater
American nutiunal medley Municipal Band
Soprani) solo Miss Hortense Oilraore
Holo by one of the men of the l.ambardi Opera
Oration Judge t'harles E. McLaughlin
of Sacramento.
Violin solo, "ii Trovatore" selections.
Solo by one of tlie women Of the Ijimbardl
Opera <H>unpan.T.
Selection, quartet from -'Rigcletto."
Municipal Band.
Benediction Rabbi If. S. Leyy
Exit tuarcli, "Stars and Stripes ForeTer."
Municipal Hand.
The celebration will be held under
the joint auspices of the city and the
Knights of Columbus.
For Land Buyers
Ninety miles and back THE WATER
by boat or train An abundance of water for
TJwelve hours or 24 irrigation is guaranteed
as you wish or your money back
Toftlie land of the flaming THE CLIMATE
Tokay, .
To the butter fat country A ; var ™ «ummer is necessary
between Stockton for fruits
and Sacramento fruits of all kinds develop
where grapes, almonds " ? nd "P™. to Perfection
alfaTfa and dairying -a t *i
make farming Bl J t *",* Trade * lnds fr « m the
profitable Oolden Gate temper the
THE EXCURSION afternoon and evening air
*You may go by boat to , THE MARKETS
Sacramento Saturday Thirty minutes to Sacramento
night or Stockton by electric car
thence by. also express service
electric car' to Wilton At Sacramento three-quarters
in the tract we are selling of all the deciduous fruits
or you may go by train grown in California are
Sunday morning sold
All con\e back Sunday evening SEE THE LAND
-ri , AUT UMN Seeing is believing
Ihe leaves are turning Gq * eh £ excursion
he pumpkin son the vine see h Q P US farmers
the corn in the shock n -a;~- : i a
_. • , ~ «.*., on adjoining lands
the country is delightful c „ \ . .P
t«tt TfirATiriM what they raise
THE LOCATION se ; e their vineyards orchards
Suburbs of Sacramento alfalfa dairies homes
on the electric line _ _„ .„
40 minutes away PRICES AND TERMS
RAILROADS To attract settlers the Central
The Central California Trac- California Traction lands
tion electric railroad _ are selling
from Sacramento to Stock- as low as
ton passes through $75 an acre y
and has stations $15 down
on the property * $1 a month
The owners of the
electric railroad company Send this Coupon:
bought this land . .
along the right-of-way Please send me complete
We are selling iHor them about the Ex
at railroad-land prices .
their profit will come cursioir Sunday.
from the increased traffic Name
as the country settles
The prices are low Address
to encourage settlers .
Tt s&£i£23?Ja\ STINE & KENDRICK
passengers than in 23 Montgomery Street
holding land for an gAN FRANCISCO
THE SOIL Branch Offlee*:
A deep sediment rich in * lflos Hal * ht strM "*
__•_*_. . , ~_. * 551 Clement Street
nutriment for plant life Keai . njr stwt
no adobe J. M. Perkins. 1601 Telegraph Ave
llO alkali nw ' Oakland.
, , .. , .. Gunn Realty Co., 402 12th Street,
wonderfully productive Oakland.

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