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SANTA CLARA AND SONOMA WIN FAIR Crowds at Special Day in Sacramento Entertained > by Fine Attractions ' SACRAMENTO, Sept. 16.—Santa Clara valley and Sonoma county are having their innings at the state fair today, with hundreds of visitors com ing in on special trains. The ex ♦urslonlsts found a big program of entertainment to occupy their day be tween watching wild west events, Judging of saddle horses and auto polo games. Tomorrow 200 Merced county resi dents, accompanied by a brass band, will attend the fair. Cowboys have been signing up for the best of the bucking horse events the latter part of the week, and will bring In their horses in a day or two. Yesterday's auto polo games pro duced several thrills, one of them for a. moment seeming a tragedy, when Iceland Peples was pinioned under a machine. He escaped with a broken leg. Aside from the track and other Bports the exhibits were the most at tractive feature. Blooded Holeteln Krlesians. equal to any in the United States, according to experts, were notable at yesterday's beef and dairy cattle judging. The state filsh and game commis sion's exhibit of golden pheasants, quail and blacktail deer from its game farm at Hayward interested a number of people. NEW CHALMERS SIX NOW ON DISPLAY Calvin C. Eib Says That the 1914 Chalmers Speaks for Itself "An Innovation for 1914 and an ex clusive Chalmers feature. is the Standard proof positive demonstration which all Chalmers dealers will makt ■with new 'Six,' Model 24," says Calvin C. Eib of the Pioneer Automo bile company. I "The proof of the things we claim for the new Chalmers "Six" is in the car Itself. We put every claim fairly tip to the car and to the prospective purchaser's own judgment. For the purpose of giving this proof positive. *ye have outlined a Chalmers standard demonstration. This is a real tmst. There are certain things we want the new 'Six' to prove to every one contemplating the purchase of a car— things which the Chalmers Six' can do better than other cars; more things ■which many cars can't do at all. These things the new 'Six' does in actual serivce for the asking." ! GOSSIP ALONG GAS ROW Mr. F. Speers of the Bekins-Speers company, agents for the Lozier, ar rived in the city yesterday from Los Angeles. Mr. D. *!„ Williams has been ap pointed advertising manager of the J. L Handley company of Indianap olis. AUTO REGISTRATIONS 116434—William Thoenges. Elk Grove: Over land. 118435—Great Western Power company, 233 Post street, San Francisco; Ford, - 116430—George W. Duftleld, 1368 Broadway. Ban Francisco; Ford. 116467—Eagle Taxicab company, 655 Golden Cate avenue. San Francisco; Wluton. 11W40—Same! 116441— (ieorge B. Stacy, 2090 Fell street. Ban Francisco; Chalmera. 110442—Herman Heyneman. 325 Davis street. Ban Francisco; Loco. 116443—A. B. Coutts and J. F. Mahan, 1423 Bhotwell street, San Francisco; Loco. H6444—Vincent Whitney, 333 Geary street. Ban Francisco; Loco. 116,445— E. W- I.«hner. 314 Postofflce build lug. San Fran*isco; Ktssel Kar. 116446— Dr. Lewis C. Weisbach, 4"2 Pacific building. San Francisco; Ford. 116447— Cnlon Brewing and Malt company. Eighteenth and Florida streets. Sau Francisco; Bternberg. 116448— M. J. Laymance, 467 (hetwood ■treet. Oakland; Loco. 116449— Pred J. Forman, Fourteenth and Grove streets. Oakland; Herreshoff. 116450— -A. Akesson, 1429 Park street, Ala Bieda: Commerce. 116451— Tuolumne Umber company, Mo •Vsto; Ford. 116452— F-. A. Keebler, Piedmont and Lin- Coin, Pasadena: Pord. 116453— 1. N. Barnett. Orange; Detroit. 116454 — P. J. Schwartzler. Snelling; Marion. 116455— P. C. Gorall, boa 375. Oolton: Wayne. U64s6—John J. Peres, 475 Tenth street, Richmond: Kissel Kar. 116457 -G. H. ( lose. Sixth and J streets, turcka; Hupmobile. 116458—Same; Hupmobile. 11640ft-E. M. Fly, National City: Franklin. 116400—C. H. Kinaey, San Mateo; Touralne. 116461— George Dean. Orosi; Ford. 116462— G. M. Hopkins, 1612 H street, Mo €e»:o: Studebaker. 116463 — Jesus Grelz. Comptao: Oakland. 116464— Harvey Walker, 1018 Weat Lewlg Street. San Diego: Ford. 116465— G. W. Farnsworth. Petaluma; Mitch ell. 116466— A. F. Smith. 317 East Florlnda atreet, Hanford; Reliance truck. 116467— W. H. Conrad, 516 Rio street. Bed Bluff: Ford. 116468. Ventura county aberifTs office. Ven tura: Overland. 1164*59--Charles K. Creamer, 199 East S*v. •nth street. Riverside: Demot. 116470— FraDcia T. Rapp. 24 North D street. Ban Diego; American. 116471— Ray W. Baker, 740 M »street, Tresno; Ford. 116472— J. E. Steams. Altnras; Ford. 116473— Charles F. Brooka. 633 Sutter street, San Francisco; Oldsmohlle. U6474—William Hummeil. Lemoore; Ford. 110475—L. N. Jnmes, Femdale; Overland. 116476— J. Swlthenbunk, Garberville; Over land. 117331— Robert T. Hill, Federal building. Los Angeles: Ford. 117332 — f. M. Kodama. 120 North San Pedro street. \ai Angeles: Ford. 117333— W. R. Dickinson, Third and Main streets. Loa Angeles: Franklin. 117334— S. G. Johnson. 3938 Ascot avenue. Los Angeles; Studebaker. 117335— H. S. Zeel, Garden Grove; Auto 117330 W. E. Garrison. Claremont; Ford. E, Garrison. Claremont; Car -117338— A. H. Mackey, Banning: Ford. 117339— A. A. Ilosaon, 1926 West Hampshire atreet. Los Angelea; Ford. 117340 — t'nlon Oil Company of California. Los Angeles; Elmore truck. 117341— S. B. Church. 4316 Kicgswell ave nue. I/os Angeles: McFarland. 117342— Edgar H. Sargent, 1411 Sargent ptaee Los Angeles: White. 117343— Marseellss & Canzone, 2027 St. Elmo rrreet, Los Angeles; Standard truck. 117344— O. P. Martini. 122 South San Fer jando street. Moplco; Maxwell. 117345— -O. E. Sprouse. t") ( »nfro; Oldamobile. 117346 — C. If. Kennard, 722 Rampart atreet, 117347— Robert Sharp Jc Son company. 1218 South Flower street. Ism Angeles: Great Eagle. 117348— 0. P, Blakemore. 2619 Raymond i.v»nue. I/>s Angeles: Overland. 117849 —J. F. Rl.-iihard. 240 South Flgueroa atreet. I/>s Angeles; Ford. 117350—Henry Lehrman, 1712 Allexandro atreet. I-os Angeles; Lcole. 117331 —F. F. Nelson, Neighbors; Service 117852—Henry Knerr. 243 South Alexandria street, ljns Angeles: Gray Mercer. 117353—81ame Ottis. 1714 West Twenty tfeird street. Los Angelea: Abbott. , 117354—George 0. Jenner. 2706 Hobart boule vard. I,ob Angeles; Oakland. 117355—C. B. McHush, 437 Chestnut avenue, IRENE TREANOR AT STATE FAIR WITH HER PET PONIES i 11735?— A L Jump. Fillmore; Bulck. 117358 Mra. E. AUee, Fillmore: Ford. i 117338 —0. M. Miller, CIU Blzel street, Los j 11THfJi: —W." P. Wbitsell, Van Nnjs; Stude j 117968 —J. A. Coleman. Sherman: Buirk. 117364— H. S. Wright. .1465 urange avenue, 117365 — Ben C. Cressy, 217 Main street. Compton: Ford. 117360-.A. B. Sohweizcr. 1609 Erie. I.os An geles; Federal, i 117307—0. B. H. St. Clair. 2500 Elm avenue, j Long Beach; Ford. 1173 A- O. F. HuMer. Eleventh and Rose, Long Beach; Ford. IhMB -ST. C, Hansen. C>achell«; Ford. ! 117870 —Baer Clear Manufacturing Company, i 117 Baal Washington, Angeles: Ford 117371 —Henry G. Bell. Holllnfrswortn build ing. La* Ai.geleo; M' - Farlan. i 117372—Francis M. Early. 2056 Weat Twenty-seventh street. Los Angeles; Path finder. 117373—Mr5. Lillian R. Cntierre. 400 East California. Pasadena; Studebaker. I 117*370 —1' W. Buel, Hotel Woodward, Los I 117377—3. Norton. 1100 Grand View, Loa 11737*- Karl H. Ol.crhacke, 417 South Main i street. Lo» ADgeles; Ford. 117379— Ford Sterling. Keystone Moving Pic tnre conipsny. Los Angeles; Stutz. ' 117380--M. E. Post. Jonathan clnb, Los An geles- Cadillac. 11738! —Mrs. I. P. Kaufman. Reld street I,os Angelea; Imperial. 117382—C. V White. Taft: Bulck. | 117383—Hsrrv Ixlene 1823 East Slzty-flfth I atreet. Los Angeles; Brush, j 117384 —Walter L. Curtis, 1264 West Second I HEREI I Qialmers "SIX" I I THE MASTER MOTOR OF THEM ALL I 1 It Has Everything We Promised and More I Six-Cylinder, T-head Motor Left Drive, Center Control H Bosch Magneto Non-Stallable Motor fl Electric Starter (Chalmers-Entz) Tapered Bonnet, Steam Line H H Electric Lights Chalmers Patented Doors 132-inch Wheel Base Silence at All Speeds I Four Forward Speed Transmission' No Vibration ■ Underslung Rear Springs ' Extreme Flexibility The Price of a Chalmers Car also buys "Real Service." We offer the Strongest Service Agreement procurable. I PIONEER AUTOMOBILE COMPANY I I BR o A S ES 515-529 I l a r"snr nto Van Ness Aye. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUEvSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1913. I street. Ixw Angeles: Ford. , 1173S5—Bert Fanwell. 134 East Second ! street, Ixia Angeles; Rambler. 117338 -Horace S Wilson, 417 11. W. Hell i man building. Los Angeles: Cadillac. U73B7—TV 1). Craigwile. Aragon ave i nne. U>s Angeles; Legal. 11738s F. 11. Hooker, 16.10 West Washlng -117389— Mllo B. Stevens, Santa Ana; Hup lf73M_W. E- Place, 209 North Main street. Santa Ana; Ford. I 117392 —Roy C. Howells, M 6 South Hill Illli atreet I/OS Angeles; Moore truck. 117392—R0y Q. liowels, sic South Hill street. Los Angelea; Mnore truck. 117394— EE L. Crowe, San Rlego; Stnde -117395— I>r. J. H. Thornton, San Blego; I Studebaker. | 117431—Alice p. Burdette, 891 Orange Grove, i Pasadena; Pope-Hart ford. 117452— Croaa Land Co., 505 H. W. Hellman building. Los Angelea; Ford. 117453— Charles W. Wyatt, 3044 East Sixth street, i/os Angeles: Ford. 117454 — F. G. Schumacher. 603 Title In surance building, Los Angeles; Premier. 1174 V, -8. TV. Hoffman, Carpenterla; Buiek. U74S6—Ortiere Pallals, 654 West Thirty fifth street. Los Angeles; Ford. 117457— W. R. Letton, 339 South Hill atreet. Is* \ng»les; National. H745S —Mrs. F*ank Birkhauser, Brawley; 117459 — Br. J. J. A. Van Kaathoven. 1024 West Twenty-third street, Loa Augelea; Chal -117460 — Miss Elsie Etchborn. 625 California avenue Santa Monica: Columbus. 117461— .Mrs. EL M. Woudera, 905 Third (street. I/M>g Beach; Columbus. 1174«j—Samuel K. Neck, 5311 Second ave nue. Lea Afigelea: Maxwell. 117463 -B. F. Bailey, 1624 Argyle avenue, Hollywood; Cadillac. 1174<J4 —G. O. Drake, Loa Angeles; More land. 117465— A. A. Kunert, Van Nuys; Stude baker. 117466- -Dr. E. W. Fleming. Trust and Say OWNER PROTECTS DOG THAT BITES Animal Chews Alameda Boy. Poundmaster Thwarted in Attempt to Capture It After biting Curtis Greene, the 11 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Greene, 1204 Peru street, Alameda, an,d being pursued yesterday for sev eral blocks by Poundmaster Grant Hicks, a savage dog was cornered In a house in Benton street at Central avenue. The owner of the house re fused to give the brute up. He is said to be W. C. Sharpstein, 1545 Ben ton street. Hicks has declared his intention of securing the animal, which under the law must be held terwdays on exam ination. The dog sprang at the Greene boy's throat when the lad attempted to pat it. The case Is the third in a few weeks. The license ordinance will go Into effect this evening. log building, I/os Angeles; Hudson. 117487— H. M. Anderson. Fifteenth and Stan tou atreet, ].-<■ ■• Beach; Ford. 117468— Mrs. A. W. Dobbins, 97314 West Forty sixth street, I/>s Angeles: Ford. 117469— H. M. Harkhouner, Fifth and Cali fornia streets. I/>ng Beach; Ford. 117470— F. H. Jauues, R. F. D. No. 2, box 163. Long Beach; Ford. 117471— C. B. Mcliugh, 427 Chestnut street, Los Angeles; Ford. 117472— 11. H. Varinian. 2:115 East Sixth street. Long Beach; Menominee truck. 117473— H. R. Meljiurln. 239 South Ardmore avenue. I .us Angeles; Ford. 117474— J. M. Miner. 2283 West Eighth atreet. Los Angeles; Studebaker. 117475— J. M. Ferguson, 935 Grand View, Los Angeles; Cole. 117476— C. H. Clench, 6401 Hollywood" boulo yard. Los Angeles; Studebaker. 117477— J. T. Burn, 648 Van Ness avenue, Los Angeles: F. A. R. 117478— Clyde Calanay, 2115 Vallejo street, Los Angeles; Buick. 117479 — John W. Gray, 404 West Avenue 57. Los Angeles; Chalmers. 11749k—Bernhnrd Grave, 3200 Barbee street, Los Angeles; Cadillac. 117481—Earke C. Stiles. 1607 West Wash ington street, Loa Angeles; Hupmobile. TRANSFERS 70156—Mrs. Lucy S. McCurdy, 2SIO S street, Sacramento; Ford. 24791 —A. L. Lupper, Folsom: Chalmers. 49566 —G. T. Langley. 431 West Scott aye- Due. Stockton: International truck. 75480— W. C. Blssinger. Louipoc; Bnlck. 44662—Almtre M. Vencent, 501 South Fifth atreet. Alhambra; Brush. 44424 —Charles Could. Mecca: Reo. J. W. Count. 450 Rock Glen avenue, Glendale; Stoddard-Dayton. 62200-- S. J. Mendoaa, R. F. P., Santa Maria; Cadillac. 91700—C. F. Marck, Hanford; Ford. 34300 —O. W. Cole, 233 East Ocean avenue, Loa Angeles: Dur<>. 99811—Calvin W. Dean. 3032 Ross court, Los Angeles: French Olds. SS9OB—J. P. Munger, box 50, Fleming aye- Large Observatory for Papeete Island Dr. G. Stefftnik. the noted astron omer and explorer of Paris announced j at the Palace hotel this morning that | the Academy of Science of Paris, j aided by the French government, is j to establish a large laboratory for ce lestial and aerial observations at Pa peete, in the Society islands. 'After the opening of the canal," said Dr. Stefanik, "Papeete will be come an important port and the ob servatory will supply much necessary data to ships engaged in the Austra lian and canal trade." Auto Turns Turtle, Woman Meets Death Mrs. William Kapus of Portland, Ore., waa killed In an automobile ac cident in Multnomah county, Oregon, according to Information received by friends In Alameda yesterday. Her mother, Mrs. J. F. Kellogg of Alameda, was seriously injured. Other occupants of the machine, which is said to have turned turtle on a grade, wero J. P. Menefee, the owner and driver, and Mrs. Maud Crane of Se attle, aunt of Mrs. Kapus. nue. San Diego; Franklin. BBSS? -Farwell V. C. Ilinman, 2362 B street, Los Angelis; Stanley steamer. 39512—Automobile Club of Southern Cali fornia. 7.~S South Olive street, Los Angeles; 40054 —Fred Cafflnins. Los Fellz avenue, box 27i> It. F. I).. Los Angeles; Dorris. 3881!)— B. Poyntes. 1919 Park (jrove avenue, 868h1 —Fred J. Hare?, Fullerton; Brush. 71X10—Bew Sholes, corner Ijoetist and San Antonio, 1-os Cerriti*; Stortdard-ltayton. 6MCS —0, TV. Van Hageu. .",40 San Fernando boulevard. Los Angeles; Studebaker. 87237 -11. K. Scott, 184 West Serrano ave nue. Los Angeles; Columbus. 8!4t7 I). A. I'.eek, 1033 Overton street, Loa Angeles: Chalmers. 101035- .J. C. White & Sons, It F. D. 1, box 130. Bakerafield: Ford. 103Mts.-Sats.mlte Rxplosives eorporatloti, 905 Title Insurance building, I.os Angeles; Ford. 57723—Robert Green. Newsstand, P. E. build ing. Los Angeles; Cadillac. Silk Jersey Top 1 I $4000 and $4500 aad Messaline Petticoats Dresses Anniversary Sale Price ££ Canton Grvres $Oil 75 Only Until £l£C %9fcjDl££M&lQQ Crepe de Chines V /lL Saturday Night $l«P0j W« ■ ■■■ Poplins, etc. ~ Announces the Commencement of Its Sensational Mm Anniversary Sale Our Plans Are Compieted for the Launching This Great Annual Sale Tomorrow This sale will be the most successful, the most talked-about Anni versary Sale we have ever held, because there is greater volume to the merchandise involved and because the values surpass anything it was ever possible for us to offer on previous occasions. The First Sale of the Fall Season New Styles New Materials Correct Fashions 1 ® ur new Millinery and Corset Departments participate in this ' I Anniversary Sale and offer remarkable bargains in their respective 1 rajiSii B | lines—every department in the house has contributed wonderful mer ' IwffiPMitß m cnanc^iBe a * irresistible prices. II A — CI O • Anniversary Sale Prices on iwffilllh AnnlVerSal T ale "«Ce Hundreds of New Mr For $25.00 Suits COATS "4 Astrachan Coats, with guar- tD I ii 3 anteed satin lining; also JL mixed^ Tweeds, Ladies' and "I Some of the newest, most effective novelty ScllePriCe J checks, cheviots and serges the "Greater" «fl bought this season for its regular $25.00 line I I I w are in this Anniversary Sale, which com- This Suit mences tomorrow morning and ends Saturday, tr%i —5 Js&F> JW $13.75 at $13.75. rlUsh A Regular Don't miss this opportunity. Come tomor- _ _ $25 Value row and make first selection. B dd Ladies' and Misses' $30.00 and $35.00 Suits . $19.75 Plush Coats Ladies' and Misses' $40.00 and $45.00 Suits . .$25.00 G Millinery Department Anniversary Special &4T mm mmflmKh Plush Hats *"£kWFj Trimmed with genuine Paradise. Very d* prf ifiBSB / smart appearing hats; special until Saturday This SBSBBKl?. L *J night only. Positively $10 to $12.50 values. Coat f|B /| 2 Modls in Bon Ton Corsets; Regular $5.00 Values Sport Coats / During this Anniversary Sale we are offering two handsome Bon d\ CS «pl*w»lD § Ton Models at a sensational reduction—ss Corsets for $2.95. Anniversary Sale Price / $10 and $12 Bon Ton Corsets; Sale Price $5.00 Extra quality Mra \\ /(,/" fUh' I This new Corset Department, will give you better service than you can get any- colors, Including M»\ /" J§m 1 where in town. Come and see for yourself. Mrs. McCoy, Corsetiere. white. Values to ffi%^'^M*^ §* Noneon C display Market at Market at None C O. P. J Taylor Taylor 33,839,092 CROSS BAY IN ONE YEAR Ferries Carried Many Million Commuters To and From San Francisco The ferries carrier! 23,539,092 pas sengers from San Francisco to Oak land, Alameda and Berkeley during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1913, according to the official figures just made public. The table shows the number transported on the different ferry services and also gives a com parison for the year 1912. SOUTHERN PACIFIC (OAKLAND AND ALAMEDA) 1013. ltym.Wl ISIS, 1i)212,476. KEY ROUTE (OAKLAND) IMS, 14,400,503; litis, 13.77t».*«2. WESTERN" PACIFIC (OAKLAND* J913, Wt,3«2; IIH2, 113,555. SANTA FE (RICHMOND) ISIS, 2!>:>.!t*i7; 1912, 25»<:.22(>. NORTH WESTERN PACIFIC (SAVSA LITO) HII3, ISIS, r».r»r»t,»io. MONTICELLO S. S. CO. ( V A LLE.IO > 11113, 4S3,»NS; If) 12, 510.(130. VETERAN INSPECTOR OF POLICE WILL RETIRE Dennis Holland, oldest inspector and one of the oldest members of the Oakland police department, will retire at his own request January 1, according to Chief of Police Walter J. Petersen. The veteran inspector will receive half pay for the rest of his life. Ho has seen 35 years of service, being appointed patrolman in 1878, and rising to the position of detective. REAR-ADMIRAL T.S. PHELPS JR. TELLS HOW HE WAS RESTORED TO HIS HEALTH Retired Naval Officer Ends Severe Rheumatic At tacks With Akoz. Rear Admiral T. S. Phelps Jr., U. S. Navy, retired, whose home is now in Oakland, lias met with such success in freeing himself from rheumatic pains with Akoz, the new medicinal mineral, that he states it as his firm belief that this remedy will permanently cure any case of rheumatism. Admiral Phelps is prompted to make this sweeping claim for Akoz as a result of his own experience with the re- 1 markable remedy. "I was a sufferer with rheumatism for eight years with occasional severe attacks that would confine me to bed for a month or six weeks at a time," said Admiral Phelps in a letter to the Natura Company, which is preparing Akoz. "My hands, knees and ankles would swell so that I had to have a nurse to care for me. "I was under the care of physicians i and tried numerous remedies, but re- ! ceived nothing more than temporary relief until about two years ago, when I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. John D. Mackenzie, president and manager of your compans who ad vised me to try a mineral substance known as Akoz. "I tried this remedy both externally and internally for about two weeks and received marked beneficial ef fects. I persisted In the use of the remedy and have never since had a I severe attack of rheumatism. I con- I slder that this remedy has benefited Ime more and to a more lasting extent T. S. PHELPS JR. Rear-Admiral U. S. N., Retired than all the drugs I had previously taken. "I can cheerfully state lt to be my firm belief that if this medicine is taken faithfully and conscientiously it will permanently cure any case of rheumatism." Akoz has also proved equally ef fective for catarrh, eczema, ulcer*, piles and stomach, liver and kidney troubles. 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