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AbstractDAILY PAIX) AI.TO TIMES. I-RII1AY. MARCH 18. 1010. WANTED Two young ladies for candy store. No experience necessary. Apply al WILSON'S nMIT HOMKMAIJE BKKP AND ' HU hi \ TAHAJURB Mils hIMI'K.VH UHMKMAUK CAKBR Ibe b***.| la 1**1.. Alts—treeb every A*** STANFORD DEUCATESSEN AXB CATKMHO COMPACT. 9** t mmxtZ* Are. Phooe SICK Pltnt It*U*»--BT . .,,,-■■ ,. ... —••—__. mjt- TIMIA.. TOMOHBOW .AND THK M \ 1 DA fi u uim-s iiiciii-i.it Aiti ■n \n \\ ioiiii *A 85c i- r i-,ui..l i. gttud, very good, aad we Mgg| it deity. 3otm iba Onf- f.-- Un*-—-full aad get . poaad nf hat pttht eay evealag, COMPTO*r_| lltoae H*_. tSB Hamilton. Thompeea'. Oak B**t bread b*k*ry. Froth batter aad eggs dally at Palo Alto Croamary. Mt fJalvoralty. T- ft. Dowalag la ■pending three w**ka at Ex*t*r and Lladaay oa bu.lnea*. Mr aad Nr*. Bagsdal*. of Ptee* bo, are rtoltlag with lira. C. H. Wllllaaaa. Mr.. M. K. laaagaa of Saa Pran- cUco. spent yesterday with Palo BRIEFS l*-* rraam aad water tee*. It.St. a galloa at Ibe ('.lo Alto Cr*em*nr. Mr* I'aimer *-*!-•* tne b**t ns-'t la.iowi. at lh* Uartjaosa Comfort- • Kale* tt a day. li-HI Alio -Mra, Croesman. of Huunyrale. will ba the guest la a few daya ef Ml** Matti* Dowalag. Proteesor and Mr*. Raymond U Alden will spend Eaator week at their, cottage la Carnal, Take your pr**crlpllooa to tbe University drug .tor* or telephone i ITO and we wtll .«nd for **•••■» i pioleMor and Mrs. II. t*. Swain | t bar* returneil to Palo Alio and a rsat Ihelr horn* on Chtanlng av*aa*. Mrs Jam** II. htoutealh la. aa*] i-.-i-.l from Toaepah aooa to stall Irlead* for a abort time before go* . la* io' Montana lo speed 'several month, wllh bar bob. Jam** atoo- : icatb. W* drtv* *r*ry aat out of yoer home for tt coats. Guaranteed st! We'ngart net's. Sewing ni-.ti,*->* reeled by weak or atoath: sold ob monthly lasiall menls E. J. tpti.m. ltt Clrtlc. Phoa* :;». l-i*-*t ■ Th* Women's Auilllary Of St. Thon,.* Church la meeting Ihla ef- lernooo with Mrs. Nichols. Ilaaeea of :.*- Addlaoa atenue. Mlas Ooaeviet-e Chambers. Stanford 'tt, taaa set Sunday, April I Ilk, aa the day for her marriage to Cbarle* Klwell Case of Bealtl*. Mruh Harkens will elng at the tunrnlng servke at the Christian Church on Huoday and Hex lab will glv* a total number In Ib* evening. The county rbav-niloa of Wet* man's Chrtstlaa Temperaace laloa will he beld Ik Palo Alio on April tt aad tl ln tb* Coagregalioaal Church. Arthur MrCaad-aaa I* oxpacted to arrive from The Needle* lodar to join Mra. MeCandlea*. who Is .Itlt- lag her parents. Mr. and Mra. J. W, Robertson. , Will ll Thomson, of San Pran- 11*. o will spend Saturday evening and Sunday with his brother. Austin M. Thomson and family of Evergreen Park, Mrs. Burkhart has moved to lit' Homer avenue, where she will be pleased lo serve her t-astomera aad frlBBds in all tinea ot millinery. 3-1-1m Miaa Josephine DlcklUMa aad Kdward Peterson wer* married lai Sob Joe* yeaterday. Mr. Petaroon I Is employed at the auivoretty aad I | the bride U a rwsldeni of Mayfleld The young couple will lite In Palo Alto. Mr. aad Mrs. D. It. Peeler. Mies Lillian Peeler aad Master Peeler, of Kattspell. Mont . are v|*|i|ug trleads here while on ihelr way home frot>* ty>>- Angele*. ■ where tbtf .peal tAt winter. Mr. Pooler I. a promtnea! banker of KallapeU. CO-OPERATIVE j LAND & TRUST CO.: Headquarters for ___ *****•***.. seetsssfttse SOS t'alveealty At swob. IP SOC BUTT HKU. WHY NOT M.U'I YlHR PROpKRTTi'. WE HAM KINCHKH TO TIlAtH: . UH i-ll.. AI.TO I'. i 1:1 .. WB HAVl: IH*-ROVKI> 1'AI.O HU) TttOTUXTt TO TRAM. POR RANCH HN. beal"& king Local Managers I ^Easter Novelties •J- At - : O. M. Impklas. F. Barrl. and )-'. D. pllUbury of Dltiuti* aad 11. Hurst. at Oakland wer* la Pole Alto Wed-' aeadoy to .Head the funeral of tbelr frlead. C. H. Williams. All of tbaael gentlemen are members of lh* Odd [ Pells-os lodge at Travor, which Mr.* Williams hecam* satiated with. twaaty yeses ago aad bad baea hit frieada for maay yeara. j .Mra. 8 A. Jordan, known to her j friend, a. Urandma Jordaa. today, celebrate* hi-r ulncilt-ih birthday.| Mr*. Jordan Is Ihe tnoiber of Mrs, L. C. Doughty of tot Bryaal street, i with whom sbe makes her bom*,' and lh* grandmotbnr of C. E. Jor- dan of the Pint National Han't, C. II. Jordan, city clerk,-and Miss Grace Doughty. Oraadma Jordan I* a kindly, tntervetlng woman whom II U a delight to know. • SO* I NIV-RjOTT ATKNl-K- Subscribe for The Daily Times The laai annual election ef th* P. E. O. Society, resulted as follows: Mra. M A. Dachau, presldaat; Mra W. J, Meredith, vire-president; Mr*. Edn* E. Toang, ssuratary; Mlas Wilms Allender. iraaaarar, lira William Kalso. Redwood City, cor* raspondtBg woretary: Mra. Ulllaa D. M-ftwaa. guard: Mra. 3. P. Parkinson, chaplain; Ml** BlUaeelh Beo- fleld, delegate lo. as seal eonveatloo at Loag Beach, beglaalag April tlh. 'ob Prtatleg at Th* Timet sKW.*, \IU.i: (..Kilts Oyster*, (lams. -limn,... I..l«l.r*.. Nerdlui*!. ( • .in-1', lllnalrr*. H. B. SPAUL91NG i (-hisnBlng avewtsr *. er gr*M -omrmthmmt. thamr MIK. Easter Time It new shoe time. Get your Easter Footwear today, and fee that its the kind in which easy comfort keeps step with custom style. Come in and look over our Spting styles. The Shoe Shop Cor. University Ave. ami Kamona READY TO WEAR SECTION NVev Spring Dtcmes no* on display. (>ur . late Spring Model, are here and ready for your impec lion. Dainty Lace Dresses, Lace Nets. Mcssalitic Sltks, Lingerie and Embroidered Hatisles in Princess and semi-fitted styles. A beautiful showing of the scnsaui's newest and best styles. See this charming army >>f Summer Dresses. Fine Lingerie. Mcssaline and Lice Dresses at •19.50, 18.00.14.50,12-00,10.00, 9.00, 5.75 to 4.50 each. House Dresses in one and two-piece suits in fancv Zephyrs, Percales,- Madras and Tissues at 1.25, 1.50, 2.00. 2.50, 3.00, to 4.50 each. SHIRT WAJSTS Our new Spring Styles are here and a prettier lot of waist* have not been shown than you will find here. New Lace Waists in fancy nets. Novelty I-acc Waists in the latest spring styles at 3.50. 4.50. 5.00, 6.00. 7.00, 8.00. to 12.00 each. LINGERIE WAISTS In the new Spring styles in Mercerised Batistes. Lingerie Cloth. Mull. Liniiveave 1-awns, latest styles Embroidery and I-ace trimmed. Hundreds of pretty new seasonable Waists and very reasonable prices. They start »fij)0. 1.25. 1.50, 2.00, 2.50. to 5.00 and up to 12.00 each. . T/-ILOR MADE WAISTS '" A splendid showing at the season's latest styles in Embroidered Linen plairt tucked Linen, Linen fin-- i-lic.l and fine and heavy weight Linens at popular prices—1.00. 1.25. 1.50. 2.00. 2.50. 3.00 each'. COLORED WAISTS A big assortment of dark, medium and light colore! Waists in Percales. Corded Dimities. Mercerized Madras. Waists that will do you good eervtcf lor every day wear at 1.00. 1.25, 1.50 each. SPECIAL POR SATURDAY AND MONDAY At 20c. each—A fine Linen Huck Towel 19x35, a splendid value, worth 25c. each; ask far No. 418 on sale for ten days only 20c each. , At 10c. Each—A fine Huck Towel 19x35, heavy - and fine, value at 15c, on sale at 10c each, 1.15 dos. KEEP YOUR CLOTHES ALWAYS NEW The time of year is here when you will have to be on the look-out for moths. There is no safer, easier, or 'handier way than to use one of our Wayne Ce- dared Paper Wardrobes. It preserve* the frethness, the shape, the newness of your suit, gown, coat, trousers or wrap far beyond the usual period of wear. Your garments wilt be hung full length and smooth in a germ proof, dust proof and air tight wardrobe, redolent of the sweet fragrance of the cedar grove, i.'edared Paper Wardrobe* understand, is not merely a storing protection for winter garments in summer or summer garments in winter, but is protection for all clothes that you wear from week to week. It will pay for itself many times over in prening bills. The Wayne Cedared Paper Wardrobe is tnade of special Wayne Paper Cedarizcd by an exclusive process, yet the odor of cedar is in no way imparled to the clothe*. We have them here—complete for every kind of a garment at 50c, 63c, 75c, 1.00;, 1.25. 1.50. Come in and let us show you this wonderful clothes protector. We are sole agents for the following line*: Economy Linen. French Lira. Sunburst Silk, Satin Venetian. Goddard'* Sateens and Lining*. Moneybak Black and Colored Silks. Edward Grib- bon Sons Table Linens and Napkin*. Cape Kid Gloves—For walking and driving F.xtra fine and heavy, in tan shades only; $1 pair. ffiendenkaU^oods* pyllO ALTo McCALL'S FASHION SHEETS. Patterns and Magazines for April and a special sue for Easter and the Quarterly.Style Rook n-».v ready. The magazine contains the best styles for dress and millinery ami fancy work. Price 5c: the other publications free to you for'the asking.