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Flower Show a Maze of Beauty
Chrysanthemum Rules as Queen
RARE BLOSSOMS
ATTEST WEALTH
Of PLANT LIFE
Pacific Coast Horticultural So
ciety Opens Most Brilliant
Fete in Its History
California's wealth and beauty of
flora were display ed aerain yesterday
afternoon on the occasion of the an
nual flower show given in the Fair
mont hotel, under the auspices of the
Pacific Coast Horticultural society. The
exhibition -was the most wonderful that
Pan Francisco has ever seen. The dif
ferent exhibitors profit by the recur
ring floral festival with the result that
never were rarer blossoms offered to
the public view or presented amid more
artistic surroundings.
Norman hall, where the show was
lield. was transformed into a paradise
of blossom.*. The walls were outlined
with gnarled branches of trees and
moss and lb-hen grown bark, upon
Which were grafted rare specimens of
fernery and maiden hair.
ORCHIDS IN ritOFl >!<»>
bs of every variety and color
from the branches or grew in
led nooks at the base of the trees
and their radiance was reflected in mir
ror pools which, framed with begonia
and greens, were set in the grass plots.
The center of the room was given over
to beds of chrysanthemums. which
formed the main feature of the dis
play. New and old varieties of the
chrysanthemum were mingled with a
fine disregard of color combinations
and the result was a riot of glory.
A group of ferns, palms' and potted
plants concealed the platform where
Pinion Ileilbron's orchestra rendered
operatic and classical selections during
the most popular hours of the show.
:-is will be a feature of every
afternoon and evening with a new pro-
Ri for each) occasion.
EXHIBITS' crowd Sl*__c__
So large is the present exhibit that
the committee in charge of the affair
• •en obliged to screen in a por
tion of the terrace in order to display
fittingly the wonderful array of be
- gardenias, dahlias and wax
plants which, have been sent in by hun-
Ibltors. Miniature gar
dens also are shown and a display of
vegetables so tempting and arranged
so tastefully that it hardly is safe for
a housewife to view them.
Roses, primroses, Easter lilies, cy
clamen, snowballs, heartsease, sweet
peas, lilies of the valley also are
shown and other specimens too nu
i to mention.
Mayor James Rolph Jr. was sched
uled to appear and officially open the
flower show yesterday afternoon. Hav
ing beejj detained by. a. committee
g in the city hall until past the
appointed hour, he sent his secretary.
Edward Rainey, to officiate in his
stead.
OPEMNC; EXERCISES SHORT
Angela Rossi, manager of the flower
w, as chairman of the day intro
" duced the speaker, who expressed the
mayor's regret at his inability to at-:
t°nd the function, and his desire to
make the annual flower shows of this
city a semiofficial affair. He voiced
the opinion of the officers and the
committee of arrangements in describ
ing the display the most marvelous
that ever has been held in San Fran
cisco and the equal in beauty of hor
ticulture Of any similar blossoms in
any nation.
John McLaren. superintendent of
parks, also congratulated the Pacific
• 'oast Horticultural society on the
finest display of the kind that ever
has been made in this city.
Yesterday had three features for
which silver cups wer»» awarded as
prizes—the best table decoration, the
best vase of chrysanthemums and the
best arranged basket of flowering and
foliage plants. Mrs. James Rolph,
Mrs. Henry Payot and Mrs. M. J. Bran
denstein were the Judges.
FIRST PRIZE TO DRESDEN DISPLAY
The first prize for table decoration
was awarded to Albert O. Stein, who
displayed a Dresden table. Eleven
Dresden dolls whose skirts were fash
ioned of chrysanthemums, roses, vio
lets, lilies and primroses, all in the
pastel shades, were placed upon the
tabie, while ropes of pink love roses
formed a garden landscape about them.
The effect further was carried out by
a dinner set in Dresden china and four
Dresden candelabra shaded by flowered
silk shades.
Pelicano. Rossi <v Co, won the second
premium with c. table decorated with
red cyclamen and Williamsli fern
which covered the base of a tall, slim
lamp whose shade was formed of yel
low orchids, lilies of the valley and
maidenhair.
Honorable mention was awarded the
Art Floral company, whose table was
arranged w-ith belleek baskets filled
with love rose, violets, white cyclamen
and lilies of the valley intermingled
with maidenhair. Podesta & Baldocchi
•• displayed a table decoration of vari
colored chrysanthemums, J. B. Boland
showed a handsome arrangement of the
Aaron Ward rose, and H. M. Sanborn
showed an artistic display of autumnal
flowers and fruits. ,
OTHER PRIZE EXHIBITS
For the best vase of chrysanthe
mums, the first prize was given Julius
Epstein, whose vase of vari-hued
chrysanthemums were among the most
beautiful flowers shown. Albert O.
fn won the second prize with a vase
of white chrysanthemums.
T'elbano. Rossi & Co. won the first
prize for the best arranged basket of
foliage and flowering plants, with a
display of pink and white cyclamen,
ami Albert O. Stem won the second
premium with a basket of pink flower
ing t-egonia.
Among the varieties of chrys
anthemums shown yesterday were the
O. P. Bassett, -a large pink blossom
with a spider shaped center. It is not
so beautiful a flower as the Marlon
Hanky, a full pink variety with curled
petals, or the <). F. Bertha, a white
flower which, while not su new. is
more rare.
E. W. McLellan of San Mateo has one
of the most complete displays of the
chrysanthemums. The Domoto Broth
ers also offer a wide variety of speci
men and color in their exhibit, and
Henry Mnier. H. A. Uertzein, Mrs. H.
Stevens. Miidame A. Rousseau, T. Etow
and Walter Bates are among the ex
tors. .
The Meßorie-McLaren company and
« John C Sarbone are the principal or
chid exhibitors.
\VO\EN BASKETS \ IEATIRE
\ side feature of the flower show is
th. sale <>f baskets woven by the boys
at the library and reading room for the
♦ ___ __ . - - ♦
Upper picture shows Rosimund Rossi, little daughter of Angela J. Rossi, manager of the flower show, hold-
I ing a prize chrysanthemum for the inspection of a visitor. Below is a visitor standing before an exhibit and in the
j bottom row arc the judges who awarded prizes yesterday. i
+. — . , — - .#.
blind. Basket? of every shape and
size are displayed and orders are taken
for any .style that the buyer may de
sire. Mrs. Bowie Detrirk, assisted by
Miss Helen Hooper, was in charge of
the sale yesterday.
Among some of the visitors to the
flower show yesterday were. Miss
Jean Reid. Miss King, Mrs. Stanley
Rammage. Mrs. Pierre Moore. Miss
Sydney Davis, lira. Edward de !_*▼«•£••
Mrs. Edgar Peixotto. Mrs. Eleanor
Martin. Mrs. Alexander Loughborough.
Miss Bessie Zane. Miss Mayo Colburn.
Mrs. Campbell Shorn, Miss Marie Rose
Pesn, Mrs. Eugene Lent. Miss Mario
Roasdlt, Miss Jane Watts, Miss Marie
Brewer. Mrs. Percy ..lannigan. Mrs.
John Kilgarif and Mrs. Edward Glaser.
The flower show will be held today,
tomorrow a*d Saturday inclusive.
LIST OF PRIZKS AWARDED
Following were the prizes awarded
yesterday:
To Eugene de Sabla -First prize for specimen
palm, first prize for 12 Crotons. first prize for
six oroton.-. first prize fo r decorative dracaenas.
first prize for six decorative drs_c_4»t__o, tir *' prt-_
for group of store and greenhouse plants cov
ering more than ICO feet, first prize Pandanu*
i screw pine I. first prize for thre specimens of
foliage plants (distinct speciesi. first prize for
hanging baskets of asparagus, second prize Cy
UNCLE SAM OFFERS
BARGAIN IN ART
Beautiful Painting of Woman
and Dog to Be Sold for
Customs' Duty
An oil painting that may prove val
uable will be auctioned as unclaimed
by the customs officials at 10 o'clock
this morning in the appraiser's store
at the custom house, Washington and
Sansome streets. The picture is a
beautiful painting of a woman with a
dog fawning at her knees, and was im
ported by some one from Europe, but
never claimed.
From the coloring of the painting it
is thought to belong to the earlier
Dutch school. A rather superficial ex
amination failed to find the name of
the painter on the canvas, although the
customs official did not remove the
heavy gold frame in making the exam
ination.
The painting is part of a large col
lection of various things, including
merchandise, books and other un
claimed articles, that are to be sold for
the duty due on them. The "forty
thieves," as the men are known in
customs circles who always control the
auction, probably will bid in the j
picture at a comparatively low price.
UNCLE SAM SEEKING '
CLERKS AND CHEMISTS
The United States civil service com
mission announces that the examina
tions listed below will be held in San
Francisco at an early date.
Application blanks and further in
formation relative to the examinations
may be obtained from the secretary
twelfth civil service district, room 241,
postoffice building.
Alloy chemist, male, bureau of mines, salary
$2,460 to $31000 per annum.
Junior alloy ctieniiM. male, bureau of mines,
•alary $1,060 to $1,800 per annum.
Land law riork. salary $900 to $1,600 per an
num.
Stenrjrrapher and typewriter, male, depart
mental fcerviee, $000 ppr aunnru.
Mine surgeon, bureau of mines, .alary $2,000 to
$8,006 Bff annum.
Meta!lurgirnl engineer, male, bureau of mines,
snlarr $1,800 to $3,000 per annum.
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FRIEHDB OF IHDIAKB MEET— Mohonk Lake,
N. V . <»'■(. 2:5.- Tljp annual ronfereoee of
friends <>f the Indian and other dependent
people opened here today and will continue
until October 2i. '
THE SAX FRANCISCO CALL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1912.
clampn. first prize ___h-l->. second prize Primula
Obcoefcm, first prise toUecttoa a_ BO dahlias in
five classes, tirst prize for single dahlias, first
for de-eorstlTe d&bllaa in Btp classes, first for
_". peoffy naTiUs* in 12 varieties, first 4n 2S
show dahlias in 12 varieties., first in 12 varieties
of vegetables.
A. B. Sprocket, first prise—a sllrer cup— for
an exhibit of chrysanthemum plants In Moom
To Mrs. <;. .\. Pope. BMW prizes for dahlia
blooms including first prize for seedling dahlias,
hybridised in Burltngauie gardens.
To. ('. Temp Won Crocker- First prize for 100
dahlias In five clinaffll. firs' f'-r primula fltoeonica,
first for outside rosea 'extra fine exhibit i. sec
ond on vegetables, second tuberous begonia*.
To Henry F. Both lit of* San Rafael-First
prize for tuberous b"eonias.
To H. I'lath. first prise, and to 5. B. Slade of
Bfenkt Tark spread prize, for collection of ferns.
To the Macßoric. McLaren company First
frise on largest sad heft collection of orcbtda
..rranped for effect with other plants, first on
pbstsenopols, first on Cattlcyas. and the Flood
challenge (rophy for the premier exhibit of the
show.
To F.. W. MeT-ellan —First on indoor ros»s.
First best decorated table - Albert O. Stein.
Second best decorated table— Pelirano, Rossi
& Co.
First for vase of 50 chrysanthemums—Julius
r'ppstein.
Second -Albert O. Stein.
First for basket of foliage and flowering
plants —Pellcano. Rossi fc Co.
Second for basket of . foliage and flowering
plants-Albert O. Stein.
To John Seigfried of Alameda —First prize
for best three plants of Cattlevas in bloom.
GOAT BUTTS YERBA
BUENA OFF MAP
Government Discards- Historic
Old Spanish Name of island
in the Bay
The Spanish name of Yerba Buena
island was changed officially to plain
Goat island yesterday by the board of
geographic names in Washington. D.
C. That the name had been changed
officially was communicated to H. W.
Rhodes, inspector of lighthouses for
this district, he was notified that the
lighthouse station on the island also
would be known by the new name.
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"It is my opinion," said Inspector
Rhodes, "that the people of San Fran
cisco and vicinity will regret that the
geographic board has changed the name
of the island. The name Yerba Buena
was a connecting link in the history
of the early times of San P'rancisco and
was one of those names which it had
been thought best bj- the people in
general to preserve. The use of the
name Goat island is looked upon by the
people of this vicinity much in the
same . way as the use of the word
'Frisco - as applied to San Francisco."
The name Yerba Buena was given to
the island by the Franciscan padres be
cause of a beneficial herb that was
found growing on the island and which
the Spaniards vised for a medicine. The
herb still flourishes in large patches
on the sunny south slopes of the isl
and. How the flippant nickname of
"Goat" was given to the island, his
tory has failed to record, although it
Mas part of strange and varied
nomenclature given to local places by
the forty-niners.
TROUBLE LOOMS LARGE
FOR SUIT CLUB HICKEY
Charles W. Hickey. proprietor of the
Great Eastern Woolen mills, with of
fices in the Westbank building, who
was sentenced to serve six months in
jail and pay a fine of $500 last week,
again is in trouble. Hickey is out on
$2,000 bail- pending appeal on Judge
ShortaH's decision and a detective is
after him with a warrant, sworn, to
by .Mrs. Jane Herzberg. 181 Hartford
street, who alleges that she paid into
a club with the understanding that she
was to get a $35 suit for $IS. .
EDUCATOR DEFENDS
TEACHING METHODS
S. M. Chancy, Willows Super
intendent, Replies to Dr.
Frederick Burke
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
SACRAMENTO. Oct. _3.—Dr. Fred
erick Burke of San Francisco, member
of the state board of education. waß
attacked by S M. Chancy, superintend
ent of schools of Willow*. In the prin
cipal address at the afternoon session
of the Northern California Teachers'
association here today. Chaney's
speech W as a defense of the school
system of California.
Doctor Burke wrote one of the arti
cles now running in a well known
woman's publication attacking the
school system of the country. Chancy
declared that the schools should do
more than prepare students for earn
ing dollars and urged the need of In
stilling in "our boys and girls love for
the beautiful, the good and the pure
in life." '
Chancy, as president of the associa-
tion, appointed a committee on reso
lutions, which it is expected will take
up th« matter. ■—*—
SAN FRANCISCO SEA WALL
PLANS GIVEN APPROVAL
SACRAMENTO, Oct. 23.— The advisory
board of the state department of en
gineering today approved the plans and
specifications for the erection of an 1,800
foot seawall to be constructed in Pan
Francisco at a .-nan of 15^0.000.
Pelicano, Rossi & Co.
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PLAYGROUND'KICK'
FOR SCHOOL BOARD
Objections to Change in Plans
for Lowell High to Be Con
sidered Today
Efforts will be made before the board
of education at its meeting this morn
ing to persuade the school directors not
to take 6.25S square feet from the play
ground of the Lowell high school now
being completed at Hayes, Grove, Ma
sonic and Ashbury streets.
At a "kickers' meeting," held a fort
night ago representatives of the
Haight and Ashbury Improvement as
sociation protested to MStyor Rolph
that the original plan of bulkheading
the entire school lot would give an
unstghtlv wall in Masonic avenue, to
the possible injury of property values
there. They suggested that the lot be
terraced.
The mayor said that there should be
nothing unsightly about the school and
the board of education contemplated
changing the school contract today so
that the yard will be terraced.
OPPOSITION TO CHANGE
Parents of children in the Lowell
high school, the instructors in the high
school and others interested in school
work and the playground movement
have appealed to the mayor and they
will go before the board of education
this morning to argue against the
change.
F. W. Koch and J. P. Nourse. instruc
tors in the Lowell high school, said of
the proposed change:
"Members of the Haight and Ashbury
Improvement club protest that the wall
would be unsightly. In the first place
it was that same association that urged
that the school be brought to that dis
tric because of the opportunity for a
large playground. Now It wants to
curtail that playground.
"The consulting engineers of the city,
John Galen Howard. Frederick Meyer
and John Reid Jr.. reported on the sub
ject of the bulkhead that 'After care
fully considering this matter at the
site we do not consider that the wall at
its height will be objectionable.*
DIFFERENCE IN SIZE
"That statement should convince the
officials that the original plan should
stand.
"The wall need not be unsightly. Vir
ginia creeper could be planted by It
and would cover it in a year. There
is such a wall at the Denman school in
the same district. The parents and
school officials intend to do their ut
most to persuade the board of educa
tion not to alter the original plan of
the school grounds, for every foot of
the yard is needed.''
COURT TO NAME GUARDIAN
FOR MRS. HANNAH MARKS
Husband, and Congregation
Chevra fhillin Opposed
Three petitions for the guardianship
of Mrs. Hannah Marks, who was com
mitted to the Napa asylum at the in
stance of her husband, Harry Marks,
and then released when the Congre
gation Chevra Thiilin complained to
Judge Graham that an attempt had
been made to get her out of the way,
were presented to Judge Murasky yes
terday morning. The appointment will
be made Friday.
Harry Marks, the husband; the son,
Louis, opposing his father and asking
that he himself be appointed, and the
congregation, represented by Attorney
Frank Burke, were the petitioners.
The congregation was satisfied if the
son, Louis, were made guardian, but
preferred Miss Laydon, superintendent
of the El Sereno sanatorium at San
Rafael, where Mrs. Marks is staying.
Reduced Week End Rate* to slnta Crna
On October 11 and each succeeding
Friday in October a week end rate of
$1 will be in effect to Santa Cruz, good
to return the following Monday. See
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A'ORMAX HALL
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"Wed.. Thwrs., Frl. and Saturday
Oct. 23, 24, 25 and 26, 1912.
Open all day and evening.
Admission. 50c.
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An exclusive family bote! in the downtown
shopping and theater districts.
Rates —European plan. $1.50 and up; American
plan, $3 and up. Special ratea tor permanent
guests.
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JAMES W. n.AWEHY. Manager
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HOTEL SUTTER
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An up to date, modern hotel of
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European Plan. $1.60 per day and up
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POISf MOTEL
1012 Fillmore bet. McAllister and Golden Gata—
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building. All outside rooms, each with private
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FAIRMONT HOTEL
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THE CALL'S HOTEL AND RESORT BUREAU
furnishes folders and full information free re
garding this hotel. First floor. Call building.
HOTEL STANFORD
Headquarters for former patrons of the Lick.
Grand and P.uss hotels. 150 rooms with bath.
Rates $1 a day and up. 250 Kearny st. between
Sutter and Bush.
THE CALL'S HOTEL AND RESORT BUREAU
furnishes folders and full information fr__ re
garding this hotel. First floor, Call building.
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