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VOLUME 114.—N0. 67.
AGED CLERGYMAN PASSES TO REST Rev. Joseph Worcester, Swe denborgian Minister, Dies at Advanced Age Friend of Orphan Boys and Well Known in City for Good Deeds The Rev. Joseph Worcester, for 45 years pastor of the Second Swenden horgrian church of San Francisco, died j at midnight Monday' in his home at \ Vallejo street, on the crest of J Russian hill, overlooking San Fran i kjco bay and the city which he well loved. A man endowed with a rare] c ift of sympathy and friendship, Mr. j "Worcester has left an indelible trace 1 <>n the city in which he lived quietly, i modestly or >d Iw a studious seclusion >Uiei ispects of its life. ■A ■ ks are incalculable, t sei vice was tliat ren st 30 years or more ron h- ys i.horn he assisted to -da footing in the rwise would have M BOTS - - he left which can ..... . i from his name are ihe beautiful church at Lyon and | Washington streets, which Mr. j Worcester planned with A. Page Brown, the architect, and the home ' of the Society for Helping Boys at j Mariposa and Utah streets, used for a j lodging place for boys he started in j life work. The practical nature of: this association under Mr. Worcester's: leadership made it possible for him to j secure whatever funds were neces sary for the maintenance of the home,; but it was his plan that the institution should not be a charity, but should have for an object making the boys under its direction self-reliant and j self-supporting. During the illness of Mr. Worcester the home has been under the direction of Bruce Porter, the artist, wlio will continue the founder's work. The church of %he Second Sweden borgian society, or the Lyon street Society of tiie Church of the New Jer usalem, is an embodiment of Mr. Wor cester's architectural ideals. f>KI,ECTKD CHIRCH TIMBERS He selected the timbers for the building in the redwood forests of the Santa Cruz mountains and interested the lumbermen so deeply in his plan that they transported the material by team from the forests to San Fran cisco, not wishing to hazard it on a jailroad journey. The church was built in 1895. Features of the edifice are tiie stained glass windows designed by Bruce Porter and paintings by William Keith, one of the closest friends of the clergyman. Joseph Worcester was horn in Walt ham, Mass., a suburb of Boston, 77 years ago last May. He was edu cated in Harvard university and was in his youth an associate of the lit erary coterie of New England. An in timate of his early manhood was, a son of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, the poet. In 1863 Mr. Worcester came to California on the sailing ship Golden Gate. Later he returned to Boston and was ordained a Swedenborgian clergyman. He came to California Again in 1866 and sin-e that time had lived almost continuously in San Fran cisco. He was a member of a family of Swedenborgian clergymen. WAS > EVER M ARRIED lie never married and his two broth ers died before he did. A niece, Mrs. Ann Kidder, lives in Berkeley, and a nephew, Dr. Alfred Worcester, came from Boston to San Francisco to treat tiie venerable pastor in his last days. The funeral will be held today at 2 o'clock from Mr. Worcester's church. The services will be read by S. S. Seward Jr., a member of the congre gation, who has been conducting the services since Mr. Worcester's illness, which began 10 months ago. Pr. A. C. Moore, the Osteopath, has rPinrned from vacation. Tel. "West Z'~ I.—Advertisement. 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Washington 107.50 Sept. 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11. and other points $108.50 to New York is good for passage between New Orleans and New York by Southern Pacific's Atlantic S. S. Line, and includes Berth and Meals on Steamers. Final return limit three months from date of sale, but n6t later than October 31, 1913. Southern Pacific THE EXPOSITION LINE—I9IS SAN FRANCISCO: Flood Building Palare Hotel Ferry Station Phone Kearny 3160 Third and Town«end Streets Station Phone Kearny IPO OAKLAND: Thirteenth Street and Broadway Phone Oakland 162 Sixteenth Street Station Phone Lakeside 1420 First Street Station Pbon» Oakla'4 7060 Former Army Major Wins Widow of Judge Gear With the arrival here yesterday of the liner Hongkong Maru the engage- | ment was formally announced of Mrs. j G. D. Gear, widow of the late Judge Gear of Honolulu, to former Major j William Tutherly. United States Vol- \ unteers, and now practicing law in | Manila. Mra. Gear, who was a passes- j | ber on the Hongkong Maru. has cotne I home to prepare hee trontfseau. Al-j though the major will he her third j husband, he is. she declares, h*'v first I | and only sweetheart. She was Miss Mildred IHnphy and j she and "Billy" Tutherly went to School together. They were sweet- j ptearie then. Billy entered the mili- I tary academy at Weal Point and their ways parted. She heard of him from time to time. He wrote her when he i gdt his commission as second lieuten ant and if his duty had not kept them apart the story might have been al ! together different. She married Judge Gear of the United States court in Honolulu. He died seven years ago and a few years j later she became the wife of a San j Francisco real estate man. That part nership was short lived and when they parted she said: "Never again." She had counted, however, without her boy j hood sweetheart, who, it appears, whs I true blue.all the time. She wrote to him a little while ago saying that she expected to visit Manila. She told him on what steamer she was traveling. He met the steamer at Yokohama and , there it was all settled. She came right home and he returned to Manila to make ready the home over which sh» has promised to preside for ever i and ever. "For Billy." she said, "will make the ; woman he marries very happy " THE M£ CALL Two men rmmm the doorbell of the home of George Phillips, 2250 Howard street, Monday, and inquired if he had rooms to rent. The men followed Phillips, threw him into a closet and looked the door while they ransacked the house. Mrs. Phillips liberated" her husband. All Bargain Roads Lead to Hale's Today Mt OAKLAND STORE j^^lg^ $| .00 for Infants' Coats, worth $3.50 to $8 i| ji Samples and Odd Lines at a Popular Bargain Price pal B I —q i • Think of purchasing Infants' Coats worth regularly from $5.50 to $8.00 at $1.00 each. K^JSSj I bale in That's what this Market Day Sale offers you today. Sample Coats, odd lines and some with IS j Basement \ s Hght defects—all sacrificed at one bargain price, $1.00 each. Serges, silks, piques, etc., all in |jf fflKa new styles, finished with satin collars, etc. —Basement $2.50 Trimmed Hats AQ„ I 65c Middy Blouses QQ^I Toquos, leghorns and fancy braid hats, just the kind shafts Middies of linene with collar and cuffs trimmed to finish the season with. Trimmed with velvet and A%W with red or blue striped or solid color gala tea. Just the^^^L^^s* flowers. A trifling price for hats in the newest summer thing for mid-summer. Of good quality, rare bargain styles— Market Day at Hales. at (Only one to a customer.) • House Dresses Of gingham or percale, in pretty or checks, with Dutch necks and three-quar ter sleeves. Sizes 34 .to 44. (Only one to a customer.) $1.95 Sweaters, $1.35 In cardinal, white, gray or blue, with high or V necks. —Second Floor 75c Corduroy, 55c Yd. In brown, marine, navy, taupe, silver, seal, golden, black or white; 30 inches wide. —$1.00 SATIN DUCHESSE, 75<i yard- Pure silk, in black only. —$1.00 DIAGONAL SUITING, 70t? yard —44 ins., pure wool, in brown, Alice, navy, tan or black. 25c Quality Scriltl \2V2C Marquisette OCI 1IU > An extra fine quality, fully mercerized, 40 inches wide, in ecru color. (At this price not more than 20 yards sold to one customer.) 10c Tennis Flannel Striped, 27 inqhes, heavy qual- f\ ity, in blue or pink. —15c WHIPCORD SUITING, \/Yd 9c yard—27 inches, in stripes. —$2.50 HEAVY WOOL NAP BLANK ETS. $1.95 pair—double, white or tan. —$2.25 BED SPREADS, $I.79—fringed, hemmed or scalloped; double size. Bargains in Notions 10c Darneeze, black, white, tan, st?. 10c black Hose Supporters, stf. 5 pkgs. Derby Hair Pins, st*. 2 doz. Dress Clasps, white, Colored Cotton Elastic, worth to 20c, stf a yard. 25c white Shoulder Supporters, 5d pair. Lucile Dress Shields, 25*? pair. 10c Fletcher's Gold Standard Shoe Laces, s<* pair. Ij SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES HITCHCOCK W MILITARY I ACADEM 1 SAN RAFAEL THE O;.XY SCHOOL IX THE WEST _ HAVING SEPARATE ROOMS FOR EACH HOT Accredited; large campus gymnasium. Indoor rifle range. Thirty sixth academic year begins August 18, 1913. Cadets may enter any time of the year. Summer camp on Eel river. June to Angust. For Illustrated Cntalogue apply ta PRINCIPALS, * REX W. SHERER and S. J. HALLET ft OAKLAND KINDERGARTEN TRAINING SCHOOL On State Accredited |,j„t. Two Yf-ar*' Norms 1 Course. Special Montessori Course. *»R ACE EVERETT BARNARD. Hotel Shattuck, Berkeley. Cal. Drew's Coaching School l HIGH SCHOOL course admits to unlv. without -xaru.; time saved. GRAMMAR I) KPT. j>re- I pare* for higli >»-hool. ANNAPOLIS. West j ! Point, army, « specialty; 11 successfully pre i pared. Day. evening 013 Van N"«* ay. i j^LvHsatflESSSiW X Accredited te Colleres —Grammar A Primary J SC. Grade*. Twelfth year - Aag. 25. 191 J. JK % &XEI.L SEMINARY k R 2T21 Channlng War. Berkeley. Board % R mg and Day School, founded 1*74 R R From Primary tv College F.ntranca.R j R Auk. 12. lata, R R AD'LAID?; SMITH. Pri"c!oel. R SACRiD HEART COLLEGE (CHRISTIAN BROTHERS) Grammar, commercial high school aad college courses. Opens Monday. Angust 4. BeglstraUoa begins July as. Anal* t» registrar. Park BM. "77* Pall 9pm** COSGRAVE FUNERAL HELD The funeral of John Paul Cosgrave? a San Francisco newspaper man. was held yesterday afternoon at Odd Fellows' hall, under the auspices of Golden Gate lodge No. 30, F. &A. M. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery. OA Square Yard for 50c and 60c mM-C P«re Cork I • \\ Ovv* and oil Linoleum Remnants from 2 to 20 yards in an extra heavy quality of Linoleum that every day commands 50c and 60c a square yard. Wood, tile or block patterns in all popular colors. (Bring the measurements of your rooms.) —Second Floor Fels-Naptha or Babbitt's Soap 13 Cakes 50c Sold to a Customer 50c Rubber Lined Tourist Cases, 33c 35c Brocaded Ribbons, 25c Yard iy% inches wide, pure silk, in brown, lavender, old rose, maize, navy blue, pink, black or white. —Main Floor 50c and 65c Austrian Lunch Cloths 36-inch Lunch Cloths, with 1, 2or 3 rows of A_f\ drawn wo rk. M g% —19c BURLAP CENTERPIECES, 9*— k\\\%J\, Brown or green, 14 or 18 inches square, with pretty drawnwork designs. 65c 27-Inch Embroideries A rare Embroidery Sale—27-inch Flounc- OF"* ings of fine lawn in scroll, eyelet, floral, me- dallion and other designs. For women's and children's dresses, combinations, and lin- Yard gerie garments of all kinds. 25c Embroidered Swiss Handkerchiefs A new shipment of these dainty Handker- <tj chiefs with hemstitched or scalloped edges; | extra fine values that always sell like wildfire. I 11€ Bargains Wednesday at 10c* each. w No Telephone or Mail Orders Will Be Filled A military school for boys of 10 to 18. Located ln the foothills, one mile from Burlingame. High, dry, healthful. Separate school (Tyler Hall) for younger boys. Fully accredited to the universities. Fall term begins Thursday, Aug ust 21. 1913. San Francisco office, 116 Chronicle building. Telephone Douglas 2149. Send for catalogue. REV. WM. A. BREWER. Rector. MOUNT TAMALPAIS MILITARY ACADEMY SAN RAFAEL, CAL. Accredited by ths State University and Stanford. Twenty-fourth year begins August 19th. Junior School separate. ARTHUR CROSBY, P. P.. Headmaster. ANDERSON ACADEMY H»« always endeavored to bring out what la beat In a boy. Its methods, Ita equipment and Its teachers enable It to do this success fully. Next term begins August 28. For further information apply to William Walks/ Anderson, principal. Irvington P. 0.. Cal. COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME AND Notre Dame Conservatory of Music SAX JOSE, CAL. Studies Resumed Sepl. 3,1913 YJ.CA, Schools I M of San Francisco. Oakland and Berke, ley offer 24 Business and Technical C Courses. Night or Day instruction, for men and boy*. Day Commercial School o f wns Aug. 4. Address 3. GUSTAV A WHITE. B. 1... for catalogue. 224 , Golden Gate avenue. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1913. Property rights and matrimony are mixed in a suit of Mrs. Theresa Snap per fhVe,d in the superior court yester day against her husband, Louis Snap per. She alleges that her husband en tered into a conspiracy witli L>. Jalum stein to defraud her of property worth $1,000. which she inherited from her first husband. Brunot Hall k Boarding and Day School for Girls SPOKANE. WASH. Certificate admits to Smith. Wel lesley, Vassar and other colleges Music department under the best foreign trained teachers. Fine art studio. Well equipped laboratories and gymnasium; domestic science department. Faculty composed of experienced teachers from the best colleges. Ideal climate for study. For further Information address principal. BRUNOT HALL 2209 PACIFIC AYE. Spokane, Wank, YM C A MRegKtratlon Week Antr. 4-9. Day and commercial school now Copen. Evening technical and commer cial classes begin Aug. 11. For com plete catalog address 224 Golden A Gate ay. .filiated V M V A Schools of San Francisco, Oakland and Berkeley. Home and Day School for Girli. Accredited to collects East and Wert. Grammar and Primary Departments. Four new buildinn. Extensive grounds. Out-of-door study, recitations, physical training, sleeping porch. Domestic science. Fall term opens September t. Illustrated bookof information. Principal. MARY I. LOCKEY, A. B. TBE HAMLIN SCHOOL 2230 Pacific Axenue Boarding and day school for girls re opens Tuesday, Aug. 5. 1913. Accredited by eastern and western universities and colleges. French school for little chil dren. SARAH P. HAMLIN", PrinclpaL BOONE'S H will begin lt« thirty-third school year Auguai I 11. Accredited to the universities. Kor cata ! iogue address H CNJAMIN WKKI». frlacipal, bos 24. BKRKKi.EV. CALIFORNIA. Paul Gerson Dramatic School Largest training school of acting in America; poadtiooe eocored; a months' graduation course; laaad, lag cataJtofna. Gag, Hxda aad McAllister, w PARENTS-TEACHERS CLUB A meeting of the Parent-Teacher club of the state normal school will be held at 2:30 o'clock. Friday afternoon at the state normal school at Waller and Bu chanan streets. Waists Worth CQ. Upto $1.50 at OUC Odds and ends, including waists of tail ored linen, linene, madras; also black lawns and sateens. All sizes in the assortment, deeply cut to 59c each. 95c to $ 1.45 Outing Skirts Of rep, Indian head or pop- f+f\ lin; only a few of each style offered. —Second Floor $2.50 Suit Cases $1.75 Of light, durable fiber, with ends and edges leather bound. $5.00 OXFORD BAGS, $2.50—0f sheep skin, in tan or black. —$2.00 GO-CART at $I.69—folding; rub ber-tired wheels, with leatherette hood and back. Men's Fancy Vests, 50c Values to $3.00 Big bargains for men; Vests in dark col ors, handsomely figured. Wide assortment. —$1.00. and $1.25 FANCY WASH-VESTS at 25«* each. —25c SILK LISLE SOCKS at 19<* pair double soles and heels, in black or tan. —Main Floor —BOYS' 50c STRAW and WASH HATS at 25c—Tyrolean and Rah Rah shapes. —Basement Black Burson Hose 1 CC Special One Day Only It/pr. This excellent medium weight hose for worpert is "Knit to Fit Without a Seam." Wednesday only at 15C a pair. 50c Sleeveless Vests, 25c Lisle thread, shaped, tape run. —Summer garments for children 2 to 10 yrs. Vests have high necks and long sleeves; pants are ankle length; 25c garments, 15**. St. Mary's College Conducted by the Christian Brothers, OAKLAND. CAL. Pre legal and pre medical studies; dell engi neering and commerce- high school department. Fifty-first year begins September 2. Send fos catalogue to BROTHER AGNON, Rearlatrsur. / ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY I PERALTA PARK. BERKELEY. CAL. I ■ Select boarding school for boys, conducted I ■by tbe Christian Brothers. Extensive I ■ grounds. Fully equipped with gymnasium I ■ with competent instructor In charge. Reel I ■ dent trained nurse for the sick. FALL TERM I I COMMENCES TUESDAY, SEPT. BD. I "engineering ClTil. mechanical, electrical, mining, taogbt in 12 months. No special preparation necessary. Individual instruction only, by experienced en gineers. Terms reasonable. Write for catalogue. A VAN DER NAILLEN SCHOOL OB* ENGINEERING Established 1864. 51st and Telegraph Aye.. Oaklaad. Cal. Fall Term Opens Angnst 4th DAT, NIGHT AND Visit the school or SATURDAY write for Illustrated CLASSES Catalogue. 425 McAllister sthkbt MISS HEAD'S SCHOOL MM CHANNINO WAY. BERKELEY. CAL. Boarding ana Day School fur Girls. Accred ited to college. Grammar and Primary Grades. Twenty-sixth year. August 19, 1913. MART K. WILSON. M. L„ Principal. ■ '■ __ ! ST. IGNATIUS UNIVERBITY The Untrcrslty j einbraC'-s the following departments: The College iof Letters. Law. llng'meering and a Premedical , cocrne; also «:i efficient ionise entering four j car.* from the completion of standard grammar i-liools. and preparatory to the University. ALBERT F. TRIVELLI. S. J., President. Next session opens September 2, 1913. .WEEKLY. CALL $1 PER YEAR,