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MRS. MILLS IS TO
BE LAID TO REST
IN COLLEGE PLOT
Funeral of Aged Educator
Will Take Place Sunday
Afternoon at 3 o'clock
in Lisser Hall
rRUSTEES TO ACT
AS PALLBEARERS
Body Will Lie in State ati
; Mills Hall—Tributes to Be- j
: loved Woman Pouring in
■ ■ • .. . -
OAKLAND, Dec. 13.—The funeral of
\lrs Susan Lincoln Mills, late prcsi
lent emeritus of Mills college, who
lied last evening, will he held at I
('clock Sunday afternoon in Lisser hall,
>n the raropu-, and the hurial will be
nad'-* in the Mills burial plat on the
-ollegc ground*. Th-** officiating cler
jyman will he Rev. George Gk Eldredge,
Mustor of St. .John's church, Berkeley.
The pail hearers, active and honorary,
vill he from the ranks of the trustees,
vhose names follow: •
Dr. Luella C. ("arson (president of the
nFtitution*. David P. Barrows. Warren
>ln«»v. George P. Bawley, George \V.
jScott, Prof. George C. Edwards, Louis
.laser, Edward. Coleman. F. M. Smith,
»Irs. F. M. Smith. John M. Chase, Mrs.
" S. Hood. Rev. George G. Eldredge,
iarmnn Bell. Rev. Frank L. Goodspeed
■ . Charles F. Aked.
The body will lie in state at Mills
ia!l Sunday afternoon from i to 2;CO
I'cloek.
Tributes to the memory of the dis
ineuished and revered educator have
ieen received at the college. Alumnae
ire expected to attend the last rites
n large numbers. Mrs. Mills was dis
inguished not only for her rare facul
ies as an educator ami executive, but
'or a remarkable hold upon the affec
(ons of thousands of women who
er charge during half
* .'try of activity at Mills college.
HELD IH ___*GH_-ST ESSTBKM
Among* !!"> many testimonials of re~
-uro* Mrs. Mills received a month ago
c anniversary celehration of hf-r
eighty-seventh birthday was the mes
-vhifh announced that she had
ipen made an honorary member of the
California branch of the Association of
"ollegiate Alumnae. From the college
oday was sent forth this memorial:
"Mrs Mills, übiquitous in her pres*
-nce. untiring in her zeal, unlimited
n her enthusiasm, marvelous in her
nsight. astounding -in her knowledge
>f human nature, unending and
nought fulness; prompt in decision and
ieen in foresight.
'it is rarely given to a/i institution
o be under the guidance of a leader
; ward of SO years, and such an
nptitution must have imperishably en
rraved upon its life and character and
jpon its influence the purpose and
vill of its guide. Educated, useful
vomanhood is inscribed over every
*>ortal to Mills college, and in thou
sands of hearts, as the purpose of her
vhom all its students have known face
o face and loved.
.KPT ABREAST OF THE TIMES
"Mrs. Wills was an exceptionally
veil Informed -woman. could glean the
paft of the daily news wfth re
ible facility and intelligence,
*[er warm human heart never be
grudged time to touch with sympa
hetic interest the lives of others, and
tiways found time to keep a wide cir
•!e of personal friends, time to exer
ise a very generous hospitality, time
o share in public interests of her
ity and country. These and more than
an be mentioned go to make up the
-tieture of her gracious life. Yet these.
ier means, her efficient administration
md her lifetime of service are a less
precious endowment than is the mem
• her unswerving devotion to the
dngdom of Christ, which must for
••ver hold the college true to those
ibr Mian ideals of character and serv
ce to which her love, her example and
ler prayers have dedicated it."
In addition to her many other ac
uities Mrs. Mills found time to keep
Boycott Declared Off
The sympathetic strike
waged for the past three weeks
by the Journeyman Tailors'
Union of America against this
firm came to a satisfactory
end last night.
Respectfully
HEESEMAN'S
INCORPORATED
Mrs. Georgiana Barondis Held
Accused of Stealing Tooth Brush
Mrs. Ceorgiana de Rohan Darondis,
widow of San Francisco doctor.
up active membership In many organ
izations of local and statewide im
portance. Among tliem were:
Th*e National Geographical society,
associate member of the National Asso
ciation of Educators, .the Forum club
of San Francisco, the California club
of San Francisco, the Sorosis club of
San Francisco; Sequoia chapter,
Daughters of the American Revolution;
honorable member of the Town and
Gown club of Berkeley; the Susan Mills
auxiliary of the I'nite.d Spanish War
Veterans, named in her honor and in
recognition of her services to the sick
during the Spanish-American war; the
Mills dub. the Ebell club, the Oakland
club, and the California branch of the
Association of Collegiate Alumnae.
BROTHER'S SACRIFICE
KAILS TO SAVE GIRL
tonne Man Heroically Gqve His Illood
to Sister, But Latter Could
.Not Rally
OAKLAMi, Dee. 13.—Heroic sacri
fice by a brother, failed to save the
life of Miss Bessie Davidson, daughter
of Mr.- and Mrs. J. X. Davidson of
Palm Inn. who died last night at St.
Mary s hospital. San Francisco. Harold
Davidson, the brother, sustained the
severe test of blood transfusion for
hours in the effort to save his sister.
Tr was th*e last resort of the physicians,
but only a temporary revival in the
patient resulted.
Miss Davidson was stricken with
typhoid pneumonia, several days ago.
As her condition became worse, Harold
Davidson, who was engaged as a civil
engineer on federal government work
in San Pablo bay. was advised that
there was a possibility of helping his
sister by submitting to the transfu
sion of his own healthy blood with
that of the young woman. t-avidson
obtained leave of absence, and went to
the hospital yesterday.
Miss Davidson was a graduate
nurse. She was __ years old. Funeral
services will be held tomorrow after
noon at IP.'-.t Telegraph avenue.
JOY RIDE PROVES COSTLY
Oakland Bellboy* Must Answer to Mis
demeanor < harccs
OAKLAND, Dec 13.—Byron Nichols.
20 years old. and YYillard Grant, 21
years old. bellboys of the Key Route
inn, must answer to misdemeanor
charges in connection with the theft of
an automobile belonging to Byron Rut
ley. They were arrested today by In
spector YV. W. Kyle and Acting In
spector Frank Kelts, The young men
are accused of taking the machine for
"joy ride" purposes from in front of
Maple hall Wednesday night, Decem
ber 4, while Byron and his wife were
attending a dance of the Emitgaur as
sembly.
STERNER GETS FIVE YEARS— Oakland. Deo.
13. Harry Sterner was givpn a •_»*> year terni
in Folsom penitr-ntiary hy Judge Ellsworth to
day for burglary.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1912.
Relatives Say Former
San Franciscan Is
Irresponsible.

By Federal ' WireleM
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 13.—Mrs. Geor
giana Barondis, widow of the late Dr.
I George Barondis of Ran Francisco, and
more recently a resident of Berkeley,
I where she engaged in sensational lltl
j gabion over real estate, 'was arrested in
i this city today on a charge of. shop
j lifting. Her loot consisted of a 15 cent
!<>>thbrush. which she was caught in
the act of secreting In a handbag.
Mrs. Barondis is a woman of refine
ment and has suffered the loss of sev
eral relatives recently. This, added to
the loss of thousands of dollars has.
according to relatives, made her in a
measure irresponsible mentally.
Mrs. Baronriis was arraigned before
] Polii-e Judge Frederickson and released
on her own recognizance. The hearing
will be held Saturday morning.
Well Known in Bay Cities
Mrs. Georgiana de Rohan Baronidis,
who-is well known in social circles of
the bay cities, gained widespread notor
iety in 1910 -when she brought suit
in the Marin county superior court
against H. L. E. del Fungo Giero, a
ISan Rafael property owner, and E. K.
Smith and his wife. Lillian, of Berke
ley for defrauding her out of many
acres of land in Marin county. The
case furnished sensation after sensa
tion, and Mrs. Baronidis was awarded a
$10,000 judgment against the. trio.
Later Mrs. Baronidis had Giero ar
rested on a criminal charge, involving
the accusations brought forth in the
civil suit.
At the trial, which was attended by
many society people, it was brought
out that Mrs. Baronidis had been fraud
ulently deprived of valuable lands in
exchange for a $4,000 ranch incumbered
with a mortgage of $4,700.
Until last .June Mrs. Baronidis lived
at 1336 Spruce street. Berkeley, with
her two grown children, Cyril and
Dorothy, who formerly were, students
at the University of California. She
sold the Spruce street home and moved
to Los Angeles, where she acquired
property at 1217\_ Colton street. Al
though fairly well to do, Mrs. Baronidis
is not wealthy, according to acquaint
ances in Berkeley.
i _
JUDGE BROWN DECIDES
AGAINST H. I. KOWALSKY
Attorney May ?iot Collect ftt.ooo Fee
From Mrs. Rosella B. Selby,
Baldwin Heir
OAKLAND. Pec. 13.—Judge E. J.
Brown decided in favor of Mrs. Ros
ella B. Selby In the trial of an action
for $3,000 atorney fees filed by Attor
ney Henry 1. Kowalsky. Mrs. Selby
and her husband, David Selby. who
was party to the action, paid Kowal
sky $500 and refused to pay more.
The testimony showed that Kowalskl
was engaged to save Mrs. Selby from
an attack when the estate of her
father, the late "Lucky* Baldwin of
Los Angeles, was distributed. He was
to receive $500 If he prevented the
question of her position in the family
being questioned, and the Selbys al
leged he failed. She was recognized
as the daughter of Baldwin when the
estate was distributed. a
Attorney J. M. Rothchild, who repre
sented the- Selbys from the first, and
who engaged Kowalskl for the special
mission at Los Angeles, testified to
day that Kowalski had failed. Judge
Brown gave his decision as soon as
Rothchild had concluded.
5500.000 IS RECOXVEYED
OAKLAND. Dec. 13.—Reconveyance
of a bonded indebtedness of $:.on.oon
held by the defunct California Safe
Deposit company of San Francisco to
the San Francisco-Oakland Terminal
Railways company has been filed with
the county recorder by Receiver Frank
J. Symmes. The indebtedness was in
curred in 1901 by the old Oakland Con
solidated Railways company, and
rights of way in their possession were
pledged as security.
VETERANS OF CIVIL WAR
ELECT THEIR OFFICERS
Henry G. Thompson Will
Command Appomattox
Post, Second Largest
OAKLAND, 0 Dpc. It, —Henry Q.
Thompson has been elected commander
of Appomattox post, Grand Army of
the Republic. Thompson is one of the
most prominent Grand Army veterans
in Alameda county and the post which
he will command is the second largest
on the coast. Following are the other
officers of the same post: Senior vice
commander, w. H. Rowe; jurfior vice
commander, C. E. Ellis; surgeon,
Thomas B. Smith; chaplain, Peter Lick,
and quartermaster, E. Htgham.
The new officers of Lyon post are:
Commander, ,7ohn L. Hays; senior vice
commander, B. E. Cox; -Junior vice
commander, J. E. Boyden; chaplain,
Thomas Hood, And officer of the day, N.
Hood.
The officers of Appomattox Ladles'
Relief corps are: President, Mrs. A.
Evers; senior vice president, Mrs. E.
T. Brown; junior vice president, Mrs.
E. J. Campbell; conductor, Mrs. Mac
Ferrell, and chaplain, Mrs. French.
In Ityons Relief corps the following
officers have been named: President,
Mrs. S. L.*Hukill; senior vice president,
Mrs. Alice Baer; junior vice president,
Mrs. Mary Coleman, and chaplain, Mrs.
Mary Hood.
The ladles of the Colonel John B.
Wyman circle have chosen the follow
ing officers: President. Mrs. Carrie W.
Davis; senior vice president, Mrs. Janet
Lott; junior vice president, Mrs. C.
Levy; treasurer, Mrs, "V. F. Cushing;
chaplain, Mrs*. Mary H. Young; con
ductor, Mrs. Josephine Gearhart, and
guard, Mrs. Ida Bennett.
OAKLAND FIREMAN HURT
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Four Blazes In Night. Keep Dea-rtmemt
■■;..'. on the Jump ,
. OAKLAND, Dec. 13.—The fire depart
ment -s was called out four times last
night and this ' morning to fight blazes'.
The most serious blaze was in a barn in
the rear of the Cape Ann bakery, MS
Twelfth street, with a loss placed at
$3,000. J. F. Crowley, a fireman, was
burned about the feet and legs and was
taken to the receiving 5 , hospital for
treatment. - - " 7-' * ' ' . ■
The homo of P. E. Myerson and H.
Brendendick, 704 Madison street, was
slightly damaged by fire of unknown
origin early this morning. .
The home of F. G. Eschelbach, 293
Tenth * stre.et. was damaged by fire. The
fire ; started in the basement. -'?/:-
Fire from a defective flue started in
the home of c. Bauer, 1001 Adeline
street. The damage was nominal. V
SCHOOL HALL DEDICATED
Mothers" flub Conduct* Ceremonies In
Garfield Building
OAKLAND, Dec. 13.—The new as
sembly hall of the Garfield school was
dedicated this evening with impressive
ceremonies, under the direction of the
Mothers' club of the school. Several
members of the board of education were
among the speakers. A portrait of
President Garfield, after whom the
school was named, was unveiled by
Superintendent of Schools J. W. Mc-
Clymonds. A number of songs were
sung by Miss Gussie Maas. Among
the women who assisted in the work
of receiving.were Mrs. Nellie C. Lane,
Mrs. W. M. Beekwith, Mrs. R. C. Vose
Mrs. F. M*.-Smith. Mrs. Elgin. Mrs. Be
craft, Mrs. J. D. Lowe and Mrs. F. C.
Turner. * . '
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A Profusion of Novelties
FOR CHRISTMAS
Metal Desk Novelties
All of these are suitable for both sexes. They make ideal gifts for the
) business man or woman. * ;
Pencil Holders for the desk at 50c to $5.00.
- Imported Brass Ink Wells at 50c to $2.50. .
Stamp Boxes at 75c to $2.50. . ' .
*_'.:"x. Perpetual Calendars at $1.00 to $5.00.
Trump Markers at $1.00 to $2.00.
Bill Files at 75c to $1.50.
Paper Weights at 50c to $5.00. J '
Bronze Ink Wells at $2-50 to $10.00.
• Scissor Sets for the desk at $1.00 to $5.00. -. - '...*. .
■ Letter Racks at $1.50 to $5.00. .
We show a large and varied selection of Desk Sets in Leather. Brass
■ and Gun Metal effects. All new and practical, novelties at $3.50 to $35.00.
THE TOY SECTION
The Strongest and , Most Popular Section
in the Establishment
On Saturday we call attention to GAMES. We have the largest assort
ment to be found anywhere. All were personally selected abroad and in
the East. The following gives a brief idea of the range:
We carry a full line of the following. * Mcl ba* Face Powder, put up in
boxes with chamois, at 50c the box. .
Dissected Map* of the I tiMed States ■ Phoebe «no- at 25c and 75e.
Nt 25c and 75c. ' * Town Rank »t 50c.
T. T. Telegraph Office at 25c and 50c. Meccano at 92 to 945.
Grocery Store*, nt 50c to 95. Train* of the World at 35c to 97.
«,,„,„,„. n -_ _ # »-.*. *_ _. - n < onduotor Game at 25c tto -91. »
rS "■?__!_„_ >■* /I'ox Hunting at 91.25 to 92*50.
Bottle Imp* at 7..c. ; Soldiers at 25c to 910. .
Pigs In Clover at 92.75. J • . -. Hopla at 25c.
Ring My JVnse at 25c. Black* ; Cat Tiddle-tinka at 50c.
Holy Poly at 25c. * Whosoo ; Masks iat 25c. « "
Sambo at 25c. \ 0 Media at 25c.
J art pi no at 28-, Baseball, 4 styles, at 50c to 93.
Winning Hand at 25c. Fish; Ponds jat 25c to 91.50. : V v
Basket Ball at 92. PerformlnK Dog; at 75c and 92. *•'
Royal ; Parcheesi Vat 25c ; and ; 91. ■ ■{:■. *' .; Dodging Donkey *at ".' 25c. * ■* ,*
MECHANICAL BILLIARDS-—A new exclusive game. Sure to fasci
nate. A specialty of ours. Ask to see it. • Price, $1.25.
, TOY DEPARTMENT SPECIAL NOTICE—Santa Claus will be in the
department Saturday. He will give away free to all children accompanied
by parents one of our Christmas stockings containing Whistles, Fans, Um
brellas, Tops and many t other articles. The Hour- will be from 10 until
11 a. m. and from 2:30 to 5 p. m. -•. .'*.-,
Sorrento Wood Novelties
Don't fail to see these. They are made in' Sorrento from the native
wood, exquisitely carved and inlaid. The colorings and finish is superb.
If you want something out of : the usual run for a gift your problem is
solved right here*.
We show _ these novelties in Card Cases, Boxes for Gloves, Handker
chiefs and Neckties, r Trays, Baskets, Mirrors, | Puzzles, Games, Paper
Cutters. , Napkin Rings, Cigarette and Cigar Boxes, Fans, Watch Rests,
Book Ends and Frames. for Paper, Cutters to $12.00 for Trays.?
The prices run from 25c for Paper Cutters to $12.00 for Trays.
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COUNTY OFFICES UNDER
GRAND JURY INSPECTION
Oakland Inquisitors Call
Chiefs to Detail Work
ing of Departments
OAKLAND, Dec. 13.—Ten days in
office, District Attorney W. H. L. Hynes
found the grand jury inquisitive as to
every detail of his management during
that time today. The jury is beginning
an examination of every county office,
as directed by law, and Hynes volun
teered to be the first.
He started in. early, explaining the
workings of his force, the division of
labor and the amount of money required
for salaries and expenses. Hynes was
cross examined for several hours. He
was also asked for suggestions for
changes and improvements which he
had worked out.
Frank Donahue, county game warden,
was next, and the administration of his
office was gone over.
County Clerk Cook was the last wit
ness, and he will be called again next
Tuesday, when the inquiry is to be re
sumed. Cook will advise a slight in
crease in the number of deputies, but
refused to make public .he nature of
his report.
Other county officials waited, but
"were not called. Assessor Homer will
outline a scheme for the division of the
county into districts for assessments
and will ask to have permanent depu
ties created, who will work the year
round. Homer said he has found that
a large force of deputies working for
four months can not achieve the results
on equalization of assessments to be
had from a staff constantly employed.
INVESTORS LOOK FOR INVENTOR
RICHMOND, Dec. 13.—Charles Mads
den, who came here several months
ago announcing that he was an in
ventor .of a patent, tray used in hos
pitals, has departed, and several per
sons who invested with him are
anxious for his return. It Is said he Is
in New York. Madsden said he was
going to start a factory. Those who
placed their money with Madsden say
they have received no returns.
OH! YOU
BEAUTIFUL DOLL
We have in our Washington street
store one of the most lifelike dolls
we have ever seen. We would be
pleased to have you see this doll. At
a little distance one can scarcely tell
it is not a live baby. Come and see it.
We have, a carload of dolls from 25
cents to $15. Before you purchase a
doll come and see ours. Our prices
will be entirely satisfactory to you.
we are sure. We have the finest line
of trunks, suitcases, all kinds of grips
and leather goods in Oakland. Just
visit the basement in the Twelfth and
Washington streets store and you will
be surprised at the immense stock of
holiday goods we carry, and our prices
are bound to please you. Remember,
we give green trading stamps with
every purchase. Osgood's Big De
partment Drug Stores, Twelfth and
Washington and Seventh and Broad
way. Oakland, California.
THE HOUSE OF THE HOUR.
s^.-__^-^^=**^_j-s*§^\
The first of a series of ten
interesting advertisements.
Money
You worked hard for ynur pany the most carefully, for only
money, did you not? by careful, thorough, impartial
A , -. , _. 1-..1 inquiry. among men who know
And now that you have a little thp <- nflicate int j mate iv. can you
surplus do you .make it work _„ t _- true „ nd unWas< ; d concep .
hard for you? tion of the advantages of "Syndi-
Does it earn 6 per cent? cate Sixes."
Three thousand of the shrewd- The company has assets ex
est, most farsighted and careful reeding its liabilities of over eight
investors in California are getting million dollars—their financial
6 per cent for their money from statement shows that if every
The Realty Syndicate of Oakland. dollar of indebtedness were paid
For seventeen years the Syndi- off except "Syndicate Sixes" there
cate has met every obligation on would be left enough assets, ab
the dot solutcly free of incumbrance, to
secure their certificate holders at
Lawyers, trustees, lodges and the- rate of more than 4to 1.
even bankers themselves are tak
ing advantage of the opportunity A mortgage at the rate of 2 to
'to secure with safety this most 1 is considered good—perhaps
acceptable 6 per cent income. you already have loaned $1500 on
~..,. , , , , some $.*!000 piece of property and
Individuals who have loaned were satisfted with the pro por
their money on small mortgages. tjnn What wouM vCm think of
are calling their 6 per cent, 7 per , oanin $lsno on a $5000 piece at
cent and ev_n 8 per cent loans to ocr cent *3
take advantage of the care-free,
time-tried, safe and well-seasoned We are going to write 10 ad
proposition offered by this eight vertisements about "Syndicate
million dollar corporation. Sixes." and all that follow will be
"Syndicate Sixes" have inter- mi * f ht >' *><* » 6 per
ested the keenest business men t cent *™™ h < to >' ou '* V duty
in the west. In fact, the largest to read ever - v one of them '
clients of the institution are those Number two appears next
who have investigated the com- Tuesday.
// interested send for descriptive folder.
THE REALTY SYNDICATE
Paid Up Capital and Surplus Over Eight Million Dollars.
Syndicate Building — Oakland, Cal.
Largest Land Owners Established Over
in Alameda County. Seventeen Years.
Smith Bros.
Thirteenth Street
OAKLAND
Open Evenings Until Christmas
Books Pictures
The largest stock in Oakland Our Christmas collection ln
of the books of all publishers. t.V I^ 08 fra i med an , d unframed
_, , . , , _~ Pictures—the work of Ameri-
Books for everybody. Choose can and foreign artists of
Poetry, History, Travel, Art, reputation.
Adventure. Humorous ' **Y bo _ -Photographs, Hand
„, . _ I_ ____ *• .„ , colored Photogravures, Cop-
Sketches. Standard Authors in lev and wuilam Taylor
sets. Juvenile or a good, prints, the famous Wallace
stirring Love Story. Nutting Nature prints, Re-
Beautiful special Christmas ligious Subjects. Heads, Por
editions of favorite books. traits and Children's Pictures.
Hundreds of bright, readable all conveniently arranged for
novels, good reprints of best easy selection. Most reason
copyrights, at 50c each. able prices.
Stationery Engraving
We have the latest novelties our exact knowledge of every
in Stationery in white and requirement and every detail
fancy tints, in all the approved or style which produce*, the
-t.,1-- *---, *k„ -,-=* most beautiful steel embossed
styles, from which the most and CO pp e r plate engraved
fastidious may make satisfac- stationery, invitations, an
tory selections. Handsome nouncements and cards for
-♦_H~-_.-ir -_-_-<-_• *---, t,ie holiday social functions
boxed stationery ranging from and wed dings is AT YOUR
25c to 95.00. SERVICE.
f "\
Christmas Cards, Seals, Tags
And Decorative Material
Merchandise, Book, Stationery
And Subscription Orders
Kodaks Leather Goods
Handsome leather goods arti-
Always some member of the <-Jes—Wallets. Card Cases,
family who wants a Kodak; Bill Folds. Music and Brief
nothing will give more con- . Cases, Coin Purses. Playing
stant or enduring pleasure. Card Sets and games in
Kodaks .»« to »«.-. leather cases. Dozens of use-
Brownie Cameras 91 to 912 ful and pretty novelties at
Photograph Albums.. ao c up inexpensive pricings.
Arts and Crafts Jewelry
Original and artistic designs in Forest Craft Guild Jewelry. Suitable
gifts for both men and women.
A great many of the articles are sterling silver set with colored stones.
Others are of combined silver and brass.
A good assortment of Bar Pins, Beauty Pins. Necklaces, Vanity Boxes
Powder Paper Boxes, Stick Pins, Cuff Links, Tie Clasps, etc., ' ranging
in price from 80c each to 93.50.
Brass Goods Fountain Pens
Waterman's Ideal. Conklin's
Desk Sets—93.oo to 935.00. Self-Filling. Swan and Wirt
Separate Pieces for Desk—3sc Fountain Pens for gifts. Plain
to 94.00. or W 'tj l mountings of gold or
Smoking Sets—soc to 97.00. silver, In plain bands or elab-
Book Racks—9l.so to 95.50. orate designs.
Calendars
California View Calendars—views from all the interesting places In
the state. Boxed for mailing. Prices —35c to 92.00.

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