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      吴义雄 (中山大学学报(社会科学版), 2010-03-15)
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      Now Is the (Imr ta !■.■*** fomr advertising ta Tbe Dear Tlaaea, the best mediam cat the pealsaala. latttt ptto Aita ©intra 1 Its* postal KersUatioa* oosr insure tbe re***wa. of awe* i sctHptloae to - .tally Jsaa«M , wlthlo three sKsath* ot* expsvev ; VOL. 3». PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA', SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5.1908. NO. 57. "US 1 s Sis USasSwOSW.o. S S* IS - - BOOSTER SAYS "COXSTANT DRIPriNO WILL \\l \\i AWAY A MONK, mi I.OOK WHAT IT VIl.l. M> TO < IMH-KKIiy," We do not csvrry crockery, bat w* call your eaperlal attratJon to tha display »f ths assay baady aad a*e> pricee within the reach of all. We have assay uavrfaJ mis Hues to Palo Alto Hardware Company "BREAD & BUTTEr .S0PB0M0RES WIN LOCAL HOSPITAL DEATH INVADES come to TYING-UP CONTEST! IS INCORPORATED TWO LOCAL HOMES COMPTON'S for it OONTSIrT IS PAST AND FlBIOl'S, COMPANY IS CAPITALIZED FDR EDWARD GItKKN PASSES AWAY AND IS WITNESSED HY BIG CROWD OP Ml IIKSI*. SliKi.lSKl AND WILL ERECT 111 ll.l'IM. AT ONCE. AFTER LINGERING ILLNESS —LEAVES FAMILY. II la e welLeatabllahed fact teal we lead In theee two oeeeeearr or- beam Beroad-Year Haa. Pule 1SS Men In Pn.mlnenl Itij.l.l.u. and Clliarea Ml.. Kllub, Hi 1. (wed IHea at IS. "Morene" and. Preeiunea Unix SS. Boys' School Shoes It will soon school time. be Shoe the boys with our stylish, servicable shoes. We offer variety in style as well as selections in price. 3\vt5A.t5~ Our liOilKMAlrK BBXAO, wrapped la wax paper. Is better than most boasswtves can make at boats, aad Is aot touched by any head.ax. any period. I Ths Stanford sophomores gained Oar IUTTKB come* In DAILV a s1*t*.1 victory over their freshman and direct from the ctcsnsst crseuv rltals yesterday afternoon In the ary la the west, tt Is located In annual rope-tying contest held on Sonoma county. 1! yoa doa't-ltk* Stanford field. Five mloatea before the butter ths creamery paye for it. the and of the thirty.minute period allowed for the ruah ths second year men had practically all their I opponents In tbs "morgue," and [■rare scouring around over the field ■ In sssrrh or any wily freshman whom they might have missed. Ths official count showed that the soph ' omore* bad trussed up th* entire ,110 freshmen, while the 1915 met) succeeded in lying only sl-ty-elght sophomore* out of th* lit soph- ■ omore* on th* field. This is the second of tb* rone- | tying contests which which hare been held at Stanford, and It* popularity proves thst the Innovation baa come to stay. Stanford field baa aow a fine soft turf, snd although the rivalry waa keen and th* fight- Inn- sometime* rough there were no Get your reserved vest* so aa io be sur* and see our Grand Fruit aad Vegetable display. COMPTON'S 321 University Ave. Ball Game Attracts Crowd There ts a good crowd In attead- ance at the bloomer girls' baeebai: game, which baa Jaat began at ths tojurles beyond a raw bruise*. About boar of going to press Ths Chl- -*<rt* opperclassmeo served as cago Lad las wars delsatad by the All-tied woods yesterday, wtth a of flctals and saw fair play, forcing both sides to tie tbelr opponents hand and foot before they carried Are Interested la tbe New Knterprlse. Home of Her Pareat* oa M16V .11- II. Id Ifa-ad. Articles of Incorporation of the; Edward Green died at S o'cloee. Peninsula Hospital Company hav*.,hla morning at hi* home, SIS Wa- beeu prepared and wilt be filed at I verley street. He had long beea a. ones. Tbe Incorporators srs Miss; sufferer from ths great whit* plagva Elisabeth lloguc, Dr. It. L. Wilbur, j to which he finally aticcumbed. Dr. B. D Van Dslsem. Dr. Josiah H. He was a native of Norfolk. Baa> Kirk, Dr. Harry B. Reynolds. A!-: .and. and waa 41 year* of afC. Ha fred Sssle end John A. Dunker. bad lived In Palo Alto for threw The purpose of the company I* to years, bat tor stxesn yean prsvloaa establish s modern hospital In Paloj to coming here had been the coaoh- Alto. The plana call for the erec- man. In Mew York city, for John J. Uoa of a fine building, wtth room for thirty-five beds, and so arranged that additions to th* building can be made as needed. Th* hospllsl Is to bs equipped with all the latest aids snd appUaacss, had tt Is designed to make the hospital the largest and moat complete institution of the kind on the peninsula. Tbe alt* of th* building bas not been definitely announced, but It 111 doubtless be located east of Mlddlsfteld road, near the bridge. 11 la dot purposed to bare the full Ager. a brother-la-law of W. O, B. McDonough, of Portola valley. Mr. Ager is now In San Franclseo aad will attend the funeral. Mr. Oreen Is survived by e wlf» and three children, Eva May, ags* 10 years: Albert "Edward, aged t, snd Qrace Louisa, aged T. . ..* Tb* funeral service wll be held Monday morning and will be oon- ducted by tbe Rev. D. Charlee Card- ner. The interment will be at Alt* Mesa cemetery. Miss Elisabeth Jane Card died capital subscribed at present, but yesterday at the home of her par- enough of the stock ha* already ente, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Card. been placed to meet ths cost of tBej SZ7 Mlddlefield road, after a llh- erecUon snd equipment of tb* hos-igerlfig illness from pulmonary ta> *cor* of } 4 to 10. The lineup of -(hem into, the "morgue.** Felly] l*--,.<-,00. the teams la aa follows: ' i.joo collegten* and visitor* saw ths Outlaws-Bishop, pitcher; Whit- fun snd urged on the opposing feeling, catcher: Caahel. flrst baas; ' lions Olsen, second* base; Voune, abort- stop, A. McLachlan. third base; I.j | pltal, which wilt cost approximately Mcl,achlan. right field: center field; Taylor, left fiat Chicago—Blrdla (.arleton Bryce Belser. aecond Fay Howard, third base: Bead Concert Program. The pros-ram for (hs hand concert ' oa the Circle tonight will be as fol* j lows Msrcb, "Colonel Brstt" Hell 1jSn« NlKht-a Hally. i -ssv a .... .. ■. . ... .«-_. I Watts. "Daughter of Love" .,.. j^Tha football rally at the Encina c w_ Bennett nrfJ,' eluhroom last, night ws* attended j Medley overture.'''Down the Mis- base-' *T » large proportion of tbe men sisstppl" Laurens He!*a'*'"0«"»,»- Collea*' !"»»■ sad col-'Marrh- "v*att "torn." .--.Ol I Second Ave Maria .Thornton . 'ierns . . . . . "College Life" Frantsen 0f' American Overture Theo Moses Arranged by Murretlo. Hrewster. shortstop: Clara Ormaby.; 1«e"» swfigf were Indulged In and: Solo for Clsrloast. right field; Blanche Orris, center, M** •ddrtsx*ea war* made try D*d| Operatic Oems s Datby field; Etsle Ericsson, left field. . Moutton. Captain Crawford, William j March , I Koeraar. A. X. Both. | nmmm i ,'1* •**f*c,*t**l students, Jams* ■luWiIng Os*re*\ , u,,.,.,, „,, c^mcb Pr___y Attention la railed to the riaa-1»p8,k#rl be]|4.Ted that If a tine btog offer* on Stanford and Pslo forrt .pint was manifested ths Alto publlcstlon* advertised la to- pr0mlss for s successful athletic days Times. This ta a fawWiwh**( ya»r waa good. A large aumber of time and a favorable way to sub-j freshmen signed up for practice and ecribe for local and collage papers/!, took* as though there would be a strong freshman Rugby team. berculosla. The family moved to Palo Alt* from Nova Soott* about eight month* ago, In the hope that UN daughter** health would Improve. Mlsa Card was 31 years of age aad waa much liked by tbe few who had formed her acquaintance. The funeral will be held tomorrow from the home. a r, / The/ i tjtaa/ Tl at rsdueed rate* Th* Time* Publishing Compsny authorises new or renewal subscript Irons with this clubbing offer. Ilerlvat Meetings. On Sunday, R*pt*M>ber 20th. W. Dsrsf, the evsngetfst, wilt hsflla a series of rivevsl meeting* at the Christian Church- The raster and members are making thorough prep- Wltl Not More. \aratlons to make these meetings s* The new Thpits building on ih»-feci i.e. Committees have "cwea avenue Is now practically completed named to have charge of the varl- sod ts one of the most sttraetlvsious Interests ead It will be planned snd convenient structures lo thai to secure a large atteadsuoe. business section. Ons of tbs t Two lairsjal Holidays. Two Isgsl hnHdays occur next week—Labor day on Monday and Admission day cm Wednesdsy. Th* banks sad ths batldtng sad loan of- flee will bs closed both day*. Ths merchants will probably generally close their stores cm Wedsaaday, bat no movement has been announced toward closing Monday. Ths Tlmss will follow its usual custom and will not harae a paper en either or th* holiday*. Th* public schools will be closed on Wednesday large store* la occupied by the Pslo . Alto Package Company, hut tbe other Is not yet engaged, Tholts shoe Epworth I-ragne - fteceptlon. Stanford Chapter of the Epworth League announce* a reception to Mew li.'.i..r Will Wed. Bev. Mr. China, who he* been appointed rector of Trinity Episcopal Church at Menlo Park, la soon to marry Mies Nina Van Wyrh. a well known aoctety girl of Sen Frsnclsoo. Mr. Chlnn come* here from Ken- tacky. etor*. the proprietor poeitlvely en.|,„,w .tiidsnu and other youu« pss> oouncs will not be moved from its prevent location, as It has bees per- •Utsntly rumored would hs th* case. Ml , . 0,[\^rTirt*x4an Ass-relatlow rVervVe. The first of tbe serlss of Bundsy TOT WILL BE IN A nt'BKT for a while grtUag iwasty for We waat to help yoa by prompt dellrery aad a large liar of tha article* that yos seed to select from. Our Own Make BOX COUCH le Che aaee4 eeenpeate. W. BewaawawSBSI and (waraa. tee 1L II SSS Sear le,| I n II We bare ronrne. from *4.M> ta 110 Coealnrte from II.IS U Pillow, SI to t4J» earn. Coewt, Cweeee. Be,.,,,, H.liaaW SaaSawSeSi all In lars. SwaSSMas, whlrh jlre re. to ebooeo Jawt ttw aruele Smt mile joe tans. McKIBBEN-BEAL CO. Phone 12 222 University Ave. PALO ALTO Tb* freshmen wsrs properly suppressed last night by the eecond- yaar claaa. Bett*r training prevailed. bat It 1* doubtful if there were better brswn snd muscle smong th* victors. Ths victory. If It demonstrate* eaythlng. demesstratee the value tbat comes from training, aad the freshman will be better msn physically and msntally next year Tsuboahlma. th*j than they are this. They will here the DbI-| more BalfcssaxVaeaee aad will he oer- But tbat Mis* Hsnnah young lady wbo ieri.itr Besar at the corner of t'nl-1 talnb more domfoeerlng. verslty av*noe and Bryant street,' Is only the nstural result of deselop^ ls opeatng lsrg» shipments of rare Japanese rnrto* which she picked up on her trip to Japan this summer. Mis Tauboehlma went to Nippon on tbe steamer Manchuria aarly la Jaly. and ss she lives ta one of the most beautiful snd Interesting pert* or old Japan, she bad exeep- tiooal opportunities to select personally the rare works for which her I customers here hav* shown a moat decided pT*fsr*Sjo9B» ■aent. We are all that way. | John OTarrell Y__ Landscape ♦ Gardener j NSW (loainriyUeJ last RspSfM-fKvd X SSS tB4siaSkaSdw*We tsSSSTSTI S* *SJ SSSf. . I tsl fisssrsssTfsssjQta stssssgllK t »»»»esssesses*ss******** ss**ss*ss*e»seesse****ss* .*»*....•♦* New Office New Agent RED STAR LAUNDRY ~§p" areful Work VANDERVOORT 542 High Street Prompt Delivery BROS. Telephone 41 ho „ pie for next Tuesday night, Mpto**. ber Sth. not Mondey as previously announced. The reception will ha feld at th* home of the Her. O. A. Richardson, C3f> Hamilton aranaa. There will be e brief program meetings to be given under tbe aaB.| r*fre*hm*nU sad aa opportaatty Pic** of the T. M. C. A. will take ■** ■«m»-lnted. All young the form of e special musical and) w,,[ »• »**o* woleom*. song tsrrvlc* In the chap*! at 7:30 tomorrow evening. Dr. W. T. Patch- ell, pastor of th* First Congregational Church of Ban Joes, will be the speaker pt the evening. A male - _ si quartet to on tbe program for ae-j » _CV< .ODE A M I lections, a* well gs severs! good strumentsl soloists. This meeting 1* gives under tbe Joint auspices of tbe T. M. c. A. and T. W. C. A. CANDIES 0j r=r|t ICE CREAMi i You'll always find ' the newest ideas * anc Profeeeoe Palrrloe^r, BeUra.. Proleeeor H. I! Falrrlounti b» , returned to the rami.u. after e .um- • raer lo New York. He had adraoeed I » work In Latin in the mmmer aeatlon j , al Colombia. Tnl, ,umm,r eehoolj J CjUailty at bad an attendanre of orer 1.1001 * ■todenta. Mrt. Kelrelooah bee aleo returned from CersHl. wber. ,be ■pent n pert of the .nmn-.er. newest the highest WILSON'S ■l«l«.S»..*« ♦ ♦♦♦SS S MMMl ' SSSS IHM«S«» ****S****S**S For the best groceries The finest fruits Freshest vegetables The best service and prorrpt deliveries go to 0 f • • 2 • 1 • : I • • m I 8 • • SALLOWS & RHODE« MJJS IS. •"* rSIS alto surra ouu
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      IHIMII aoaaxxaexaeaeeemm *) 1 For ' _ mmt ■■— - .—^l Cisco, lire. I ."V— * Kor I'alo Aho: Fair tonight I MtlilK. Forrrmoter. Saily f alu Ato ®tm>ea Ttie postal reg ul.it Ions now require tlie renewal of eub- Mrrliwions to .Inllj pop>"«r within ilirt— months of <-*p«rw- ; VOL. 3*. EAI.O AtTO. CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1008. NO. i.w- mmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmwtmtmmmmmmmmmmmmx The Source of His Supplies A MERRY MS week for all children OW >ANT\ I l,U h. ...11— to oar mtorr nmtt*- trretormly ot Utr to l-ep*»-f»UJl bl* stork pn-paratorj to h*« g—iI Ttoll villi Mr forty rriMlrfn to ■TS (hr «MMJ h"|-*>J home* l» - 1'ahl - Alto, becauM* herr Iw tiii.l- jii-i uluii hr wanta. ***-*• thr hand-some tUapta| In our ■> wttt-ow ot Ihr Ja-tljr crlrhral- 'SJ'-'-Q >** rookrh* i»it rufav ! a£ ', U.\i;i:. tt> Ita.r a grral ue* ' * 1^5 •"■rtoirai lo mrXret from awl oar r*-"- tat*** **n ''"—*' ***** Palo Alto Hardware Compaay Right te tho Outer ot -ho CWj- ♦*♦♦♦•» Earh sod every rhllil who bring* as an orAer tor ooe pound of oor PKARL t-nnVK <r*gular rrUIl ,«;.. SSc I*'!- pound) we will furnish 'him or her a FRKK THUKT to th* . Novelty Theater. lo be uaed aay *f- 1 trrnoon from Saturday. December 1 lUth to Saturday. December tilth 1 Further, wr will charge you ooly . SOr 4 pound for thla rolfe* durln* ■thl* period. Tbr I'KAHI. OWKK ' stand* alone for high grade, ttoa flavor aod tlir popular strength. Tha Novelty Theater bu promlard Ito put on a tarn Ham ot picture* dueling Xmas work—luat tbe kind that I children enjoy. Uu aot mlaa thta ■ opportunity. t tjpt out aod buatle, children, 1 If yoar mama wattta a pound of tbe {celebrated I'KAItl.. COMPTON'S 321 Univenity Ave { X, H.—\.< Onuuaphour roupoa* ;; QJrrw. on thai mprx— sale. TO PLAY FOOTBALL NEWYEAR'S DAY MiltTHSIliK AMI stll TIISIHK TKASU Wll I. MKKT TO DR. t llll TIE .- I'll . K.n,r T—or. WIU <«•.._*. TbM HM .... T1ut,k<«l.ln| 'ttmr. rmuii axmo ma \_«__, . »4«>fi»M*tl»l IMMUMIIMIIII-inl HOLIDAY SLIPPERS Slippers make pleasing gifts. We have the largest and nicest assort* ment of Slippers we have ever shown. Be sure to stop at our store on your shopping tour. Kid and Felt Slippers Moccasins 3^_v-5\X5~ Tbe local football faroritau, th* I nortb*lde and south sld* iMtnt, that > played a no-acore came on Thanks- ; giving day. w|ll try conclusions oa I New Tear's day to deride wblch !■ , the stronger agireiatloa. The same will be played In the afternoon ■ on tha ground* at Fope atrret asd I'nlTeralty arena*, near the end of ; the carttae. None of 1 Ih- plarera hare felt aar- tailed with the mutt of tbe last game, and not only tbe player* but the loveri of the American tame are ' anxious lo are ih* contear repeated. Tho [irnraads of tbe came wtll ' again be devoted to the flagpole fund and,tb* edmlselon wlll be SS ' eeata. The Native Bona foal that perhaps ihe people are tiring of tbe efforts made to clear ap the Indebt- . edneae Incurred In errrtlng the pole, bat tbey promise that tf tbe came ts ; wall patronised to bave the debt liquidated by February 1st. The entertain men ta given are always worth the price and thoee wbo lend a hand are not giving something for nothing, therefore the Hon* feel Juatlfled In keeping at It along this line until tbelr purpose la accomplished. LAWYER CREATING INIQIERETREAT ii-'mi of A. J. uiisii IN POR- 1**l.\ VAMJmOm** M>1 low - -'1 1> M-t.M-.ll STl'IJS. Lrgrnd tiop* This HIiuLln Sim.i Wm HMlag Flair uf Joaquin Marietta. A. J. Welsh, a well-known San Pranclsco attorney, la creating an Ideal country home at his Portol* ralley retreat. Tha location Is In a little shut-In valley back of th* Mac- Dunoagb place. Tbe Corte Madera creek paaeee through hts land and alfont* ettra oiitmrtunlllea for crr- adnic unl-i-i* landscape ettects. On the ■■■■..■; portion ol the land h* has bull! a house In the old Spanish style, fm-11 ml ne a delightful patio. He is now building a swimming pool and two watartanka with a capacity of (00,000 gallons to which he will pump water with a tw«n- i)--horsepower gasoline engine. He aaa aaany other convenlencra In contemplation, which wh*u completed will make tbe boma unusually attractive. On* of Mr Welsh's fade It the raising ot black Minorca! and hr haa a flne lot of birds. A bit of romance attaches to this hidden spot, wblch has long been known as the "robbera' r*tt-e*t." It Is an accepted legend tbat here waa ooe of th* favorite hiding places of Joaquin klarl*ta, th* famous, or Infamous, bandit, from whlcb he aal- lied forth at times to terrorise all I CaMral California, lt certainly la I 00 situated as to havs mad* aa Ideal | bldlag placa toe aay Robin Hood of the earlier days, when populatloa was ararce and bomee w*r* few In this beautiful valley. CONVENTION ELECTS DISTRICT OFFICERS M Ml- V-M \l. HKKKION CUXiKH with MOfiT nn-iM i\ 1 m: 1 \ismi \ 1. Mrs. Iai IVIrr nf l-..l_. Alu. n..„..,-. ,1 Wt****** "Bk-r Of IHstrirt Vlcr- IVealdent. The district convention of the Fratrrnal Aid Association closed Its work laat nlgbt. At Ihe afternoon >.......... the following district officer* BIGGY'S BODY ISJECOYERED rOCXU ki.oatim; in BAV iH-V t.O IT I-I. WM MIOI THIS uowtisa. Two U..kv Had Fassrtl Miner Chlet of iSttlrr Was lxml From Foil' i' I.11111:. I.. flau Fraaclaco, D*e. 15.—Tossing oo tbe wavva off Ooat Island, tho body of Chief of Folic* William J. Blgiy was sighted thl* mornlpg by -■err etrcted: Fast president, Mr*, tbe captain of tbe car ferry Transit. M J. Wlleon ot Palm Leaf Council. ■ and a Tew minute* later i*oov*ratl Campbell; provident, it m. In man ot bj Sergeant Jamea Donovan and a Maxnotla. Eaat Ssn Joae: vlre-prral-1 party of nolle* who put out from dent. Mr*. B, A. I .a Pelre of P*lo'*hor.< In "V Crowley launch. Though Alto; secretary, Mr*. Ada L. Sprague' tba body had been in the water for nf Magnolia; treasurer, Mf. Howera more than two wrens—alncr tho of Campbell: chaplain, Mrs. E. 8.' night bf November 30th— _n* glance Polk of Magnolia; guide. Mr*, j wa* enough to establish the fact that Campbell of Falm Leaf; observer, It waa the dead chief's rematna. Mr, Hansen of Saratoga; aentlael.l It waa shortly after 10 o'clock lki. t.<r Fuck of Morgan Hill. The j tbat the captain of the Transit ob- oifl--er- were Installed by a degree served a dark object floating on the team from Palm Leaf Council. < surface of tbe bay on the San Fran- A question boi was conducted by' ***** ***** ot Yerba Huena. lt Oeoeral Past Prealdent W. M. Scott' looked to him Uk* th* body of A ot Santa Ana. General Vlce-Presl- ***• hut almoat aa aoon as be saw It dent C. M. Bates of San Joae. and,n*»r *>!» ****** ** *<** **t*X of It Mr. and Mr*. W. S. Lacey. atate or-! *** believed he muat hart paatad gaalsera OW ■'■ A* aoon a* he reached thla Al « o'elork In the evening a fln*! ft? _**^n____n%t*Q "'* **toTai*~ banquet wa* enjoyed by over IM "°5 _J_*m **£. , n..mly.H nl rl..- etrAmr * * ***** ****** * member* of the order. Tbe ladle* of tbe Christian Church dealre all friend-, of tbe eboreb who have coupon* Ib the Mradenfeall A Woods piano conteaf to send ihrtr ' in Immedlataly to H*v. C. L. Heal. ISt Foreat avenue. A large number of roufmns have been received by, th* ladles tb* past week and they are correspondingly delighted. | Recital Announced For Friday Night Mliv MARY M'fXJNAOHA. WKIJ^ hMUlV KUM't'TIONtKT. WILL UMR AT riAVHOlSK. On Friday riming. In the Palo Alto Playhouse, Mra. Mary McCon- agha of the slate normal aehool will five an excenent program of Imiiersoaetlon* and readings, for which she Is already favorably known, «ap*e|«lly ln the eaat. Mrs. Mii'nnagha graduated from the Nstlonat School or Elocution and Oratory la Philadelphia, and she w*s later a brilliant pupil ander tbe prers of elocution. Mil*. Berths Kong-Baker of Mow Tork and Pro-! trmtor Clarke »f the I'nlveraity of; Chtraffo. She later look tbe position of '-lo- ..Hun Instructor tn Mas- Vliiciitn College, New fori.ord, Ohio, whose president. J. K. Montgomery. ■•.-[.•-[•lh rommends her work. Thl* week'* recital I* for the beti- pflt of lbr San Antonio Country Club of l.o* Alton. *n organisation which In doing much for the improvement of thr community, and should therefor* retthe th* patronage Of all ..ubllcspirited people, a* well aa of tho*e who "lsh to be ddlgfatfutty entertained-. T1rk*ts are oo aale at tbe rnlversity drug atore and at the L'Blverstty bookstore on the rampus. Adults JT. rents, rhlldren 1 :• cents. Th* re- cllal begin* promptly at 1 o'clock. great crowd was attracted by amis e;.;"n,u;^.on. which w..; j» «*• ?il!ii£re5y\h"tr largely attended by Alders and their return. of *** ****** **** ib* *>oa-rl fri*nds. a musical and literary pro-! gram waa given. Tit* principal ad-1 drassis war* mad*, by Mr, Scott. 1 Hates and Mr. and Mra. Lacuy. Racb cobbcII present furnished musical number or a rerllatlop. Miss Augusta t'pham. Mr*. C. MaeCarthy and M. E. Hall gave aelectlona for Palo Alto Council. P. T. Ouacan, the local prealdent, presided and ib* wharf was aoon Jammed rlth a multitude of people. Chief Blggy wa* lost from th* polk* boat Patrol Monday night. November 30th. being mte**4 tharo- froni shortly before 11 o'clock. Novelty Theatre t>pe« Installation. Tha National L'nlon wlll hold ■ public Installation of officers at Fra- Krdwood City Council won th* teralty Hall tonight, a dogro* team banner for tbe greatest per cent of ****** S*» ****** ***** *• ***• *° ***- Increase In membership during tha'dnet the lloorwork. A banquet and I»aat alt months. Palm I_«af Coun- "n"»ker will follow the Installation, cil showed the greatest number of' H*oator Anderson, Stat* Deputy Wll- new member* and Palo AJto aecond.. ">n «nd olh"r' **}* ** l>r*w». with forty. _ ' • " At the close or the meeting I'alo •LrOWuS PrPSPIlt __t Alio Council held a .hort setlon V'»«WUa rr*WIH dl and decided in marl on Derrmber ll*t at 1:90 p .m nt th* bom* or lb* secretary. Mrs. Sherman. *IT Webster etreet. The purpose I* to vole on tbe last application* before NAT1VK HOKH ANII THKIH the cIom of tbe membership con- FlllKMW Alu: HHOWINO f*??.* .^"i""^ "1'P'lr.nU muat be MVBLY INTCHHMT. Inlilnied by December Slat, at wbleh date lho .'onteal closes. . . . a There waa a larger attendance- than was anticipated at tha Novelty .-.j' Year Hall. Theater last nlnht and both Waa- Hy requeat of many ladles wbo ager Benwall and th* Native SOo» attended the .agp-year parly of th* *"• \***%si_r _f_}**_ ***** *hm ,__t Companion, ol Ihe Forest, the For- ■"'*• ^ •_***_ot _* **_>*** *r*_***. eotorm will give a return Ull at I *_*^*)_. ****_? 1o* '^''.Ja1,™**7 Jordan'* 11*11 on Drrembrr iUt.'***-V********* *** ***** ******** **~ E^erjt-ody who attends the social ***** **> the flagpole fund by_»__ affslr* alien by the Forealers Is al- ******** Thl* Is a method of b*Ip- «ays assured of a good tlm* Mr*. *n*t '*'* **°'** **** ro,lJ lh* pablle, Mcfcvoya orrheatra Is engaged and >•<>**>***** tor Ihe .Sovelly Is glylns « p good Jovial time Is ggptt-iSd. Ad- ****** l*** ** *'**»***** ____'**___ mission, ladles SS cents, gentlemen ** ** ****** **** ***}*_ ****_* *****' tree. • vne** **** ■>* olIt lonlgbt and tumor- Kuli-s (leiuli.'nu'ti ,-sroseing floor. f°*'i „, , .. . 4. wtlhout carort, r. cents: gentleman' asking lor a dance, 5 cents; ladles Mlitlni down while gentlemen stand, 9 coats: any lady naklng dance with' pnrtnar twice In succession. I cents. Tbe rerrpllon commltt** hat! privilege of floor. MIIIIWMI to******w****w ....... .. Useful Christmas Presents JIHT A H1VT COSCFRXI\« WHAT TO «»*T HH K KH1KMM FtlU MIKI-PH- \\t- su often give for a promt Mimrthing that i* beautiful, aad wo il..ut.: Um- 9*3 who trrrtves ll 1* well plrasrd. But sappow jr.,u |,r. w-m fikootrthing thai I* made lo mi.] comfort aa well as ptrwfi.ur-'; for iBstancr, a good rocker. Mortis chair, writing <Wk, footatoul. fahuifi. or any owe ut a hundretl artlclrs tlul we will br pktwed to havr you err. IT WILL COKT TOC LKHH T1IAV TOi" KXPBCT AXD WILL CAISK YOCR FRIEXDH TO APPRK- CIATE TOt'R GOOD TASTE. McKIBBEN-BEAL CO. Phone B 222 University Ave. PALO ALtO TKe UNIVERSITY BAZAR WM IIAVMII. l-rrr—felr-. SPECIAL SALE Choice Japanese Aatlqars iUi-e Worts of An Fine China and Eml-n.ldrry NOW AT 2U University Avcltue Near BsMrwa Street. TelepboM 6ISX. Wilson's Chocolates BENWEI.L'S Novelty Theatre rtuaseou. nam mtnm I'll IMI'.I.U 14, IB, Irl. Ttt. niMtnlrlcnt trrrfiduftlon AXTONV Ul' i I I irl'.ntA fi miA.fiM IN m:. ii.i.i; Tltl, la . fin. lovMior). In- volvlns . btiUHght. A CAKK OF AKWIM Tt.1, I, ■ thrlUrr .11 right lo wblcb Ib. «hr,l, town barn. I. line plw. ot trhotocrapbr). THK HA-Hisr. mni.v UAHKKD — A .ood corner. Mlv-lUfs Of A ll.llV. tvMlllMt.r. It', . amud, comma,. Hlu.'rntcrl eoiik. "AllK-VIH' ctl.fillMI OUT TO- fi-IUHT, filARY AMU" fiirrthlntc tbr., but thm 10 Otmt— Delicious morsels that have tlcKled the palates ef all trot Palo Allans. Hade here in the College town—of the best and purest materials—they are not only delicious bat wholesome. All the different flavors that ingenuity can suggest—put np In beautiful boxes containing half pound, one, two, three and Ore pounds. A sweet and thoughtful holiday remem- brance. Crockery Now 1* the time to be looking up IHslies tor Chrtstraaa. have opened op soaa* oieo Havlland. Drop la/and look orer. 9 9 For a Few Days i a Sre pl*c< aet fer bedroom. Look We are offering a -.pedal tu a Sre plac* aet fer bedroom. Look • at the window. W You caa atwaj-s depend ou tbr quality wsd price of our Oro- (( crriea. Torn wta rtrxrr know the aattrfactiotl of trading until 0 jrou hare tried ua for owe mon Hi. m TI.I.Kf(J.W. 78 If not fom.nl.-iiI lo mine lo the *U*rr. 9 9 O O SALLOWS & RHODES \ K» MERII1IAH VlimiT. 7*. MIX) Al.TO SAjrrA Ct-tAA g .......... ..............
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      Summer wosthrr In Palo Alto Is alsrays fair. This to so certain that no weatbrr reports are Issued. latig ftuhx Aita ®tmj>0 Waal ada la lh. Iially Tlaaaa l.rtiic rv.altv Th.j Will Intrrr.l 70a. VOL. J6 PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA TUESDAY. MAY 7. 1907 NO. 107 Kitchen Showers * Are very popular. We have an elegant line to select from. I See the display in our window and prices very reasonable at The PALO ALTO HARDWARE COMPANY Bight In the Center of the City MANIAC KILLS 6 C0NTRACTS w,Ll< mission work complete mill it »u rniupicpn; BE SIGNED TODAY, IS DISCUSSED IN THIRTY DAYS YOUNG GIRL PLEADS FOR LIFE AND IS SPARED BECAUSE SHE RESMBLES HIS DAUGHTER. TltTOTKKS WILL MEET AT CALL tXi.XVKNTION OF CHRISTIAN WO* (JCICK WdllK I1V THK Ol'DFlKLD OP MAVolt TO ACCEPT HOXIH* MAX'S 1U)A1U> OF MIKHIUNS Lt'MllKH COMPACT IN NT WtT- lli:M- BV CONTRACTORSj MEETS Tt>I)AV. |XO A NEW ENTERPRISE. j Crude till for Fuel 1* Ukely to Co*t | Annual Session of Hants Clara Ills-j Machinery I* Started Thla Morning Insane Carpenter With Double- f barreled Shotgun Murders • Two Women and Four Men. I ill.- Town it..nt.!.■ tin* I'll*. That U Now Bring mid. trirt of Chrlitlan Church s... let* .,„.! the Mill Will Soon He Run- ii'iiiiin, in Palo Alto. Tho annual convention of the Santa Clara District Christian Woman's Hoard of Missions of the Christian Church 1* meeting In the Christian Church of Palo Alto. There BLUE SEAL BRAND Choice Ripe Olives Pints, quarts and gallon tins. 20c, 35c, $1.25 Fuller t& Co. PHONE MAIN SI 1,000,000 FEET of NEW CLEAN STOCK The Dudfield Lumber Company The People Who Please Cor. Forest snd Alms Telephone Mala 2i life and was spared because she \ resembled the daughter of the murderer. The young girl was Annie Bush, the sole surviving member: The regular meeting of tbe town trustees hrld last night was devoted to routine business. All the mcro- | ber* of the board were present ex- San Francisco, May ^.—Walter [cept Mr. Dean. But few mailers re- C. Davis, a carpenter, living at j reived official action, although ra-. L.a Pierce strectin a fit of in-''■»*■■ municipal affair, were dls-l"* "on" «**• deleB,,,« ,n at* .414 fierce sircci, in ■ n\ w in j )(M. 'tendance and tho program Is a de- [aanity this morning murdered six> Thc' ^.^ Cf,rrtt„ of the iownicldedly <■»•»•«»«•* on«- people with whom he had been, presented a petition asking permls-! boarding since the fire.. Ayoung}*.on to ride bicycle* on the sldo- igirl, 17 years old. begged for herjw»lk» Bn<* H,*° to »"•"»«> '"» »>«> ' obligation to dl*monnt when meeting a pedestrian. - President Psrkln- 11 opposed any change In the pree- it ordinance and believed that bides should be barred from the walks, not only In summer but at. . I all llaiaa. Th. i»illlon „.a r.f.rr«l | lh» "*» * <"°*""° '• - '»»ow> of a family of four. Her mother.]n tu <uw r^,mll|„t, „,, ,„, ,„,' iher father and her brother art; ,„„,.„,,,. dead. They were .hot to piece.; in thla connection T. n. Downlna. by Davis in his mad frenay. I*m«r«l a plea 'or « yonna lady who!*. *■■ T.ra.ll, dl.lrlfl awrelary. ' n.vi. oecunied a room with Or- h»l1 "»« an-wl** for .hilar on thc niacoaalon of paper—Kra. W. T. Davia occupied a room with Or MnM ,,,,,„, ,„., ,„„ »„ ,„. ghalloa of San Jo*. *Jra. Id. Kin, •on R. Hu.h Jr.. and W. S. Beard nofM1 M thc )M nm tmi |h# ^ „, „„ JoMp ,,„, Ran.om. ot P,l0 Jr.. and they were hia firat via-!p<,r, „„,, tM „„, kMW ridln, w„.AIto. tima. He atole out of bed at. 5 ' forbidden after May 1,1. Tbe chair*! Noonlldo prayer aenrlo ; o'clock thia morning, secured hia j man eald lhl> aaine plea of l«aor- j **• alllla. •hotgun from ita hiding place in!«~ "•* •'«•>• "•*• *"■•" « «*" " "•"•"■-'-■'■"heon. Fraternity • , _ ,. . .t. finance had been violated. Mar-'"*11' thecloset and stealing over to the .^ WelMhMr ,tmt€A „mt rtnU WOfi; i: no-Devotional service. Mrs. J. sleeping men shot them aa they|foqn(J whrn hr mA(1c arrests and;11 Thome of Bsn Jose. lay sleeping in their beds. i when be did not make them. A man! "Progress of Onr Work*'—Mr* The other victims of the man J on s wheel bed collided with him j *■■*** K. Murphy of I^>di, state pre*! are: Orson R a devotional aervlce, led by Mrs. J. 11 MrCiillotigh or Irvlngton. The ! address of welcome for the Palo Alto church waa given by Mr*. W. F. Pen- nebaker. vice-president of the local auxiliary, which wa* responded to by Mr*. Mrt?ollough for tho Rant* Clara auxiliary. The remainder of Vocal *o!o—Mis* Cora Welch. Reports from district auxiliaries. Paper on "Society'* Work." Mra. -Mrs. A Bush, 57 years old. mill man. I Mrs. Orson R. Bush. I M. E. Zinton. government surveyor. Mrs. Lillian D. Carothers. 4> NO CAKH 111 VMM. IS HAM I ll\\< im .1 t im Ion 1* and CaWMSSSI An* Pre|»ar- ing for a l^.ng aiw! lUllrrly Con> :.-•-.[ Plgh*. Strike condition* were quiet In Ban Francisco this forenoon. No cars were running on the down-town lines, despite the annouucemeDt of the company that lines would nearly all be In operation today. A rumor gained currency tbat a riot bad occurred and that aeveral ;■■ ■■-!-;. bad been trilled. Hut thl* wa* due to the presence on the street of an lasanit man. who did considerable proml*cuou* shooting before he wss captured, It Is now apparent that the strike may be long continued and bitterly contested. The executive board of the street carmen'* union Issues strict orders to pickets tbat the utmost vigilance mmt be observed to prevent overt acts on the part of strikers or sympsthUers. fler night nnd then complained be- dent cause he waa arrested. ' Music—Led by Mrs. Elda Cutler. r—- of Time (rranted. "0ar ****'■■ **"•«■ <*■• M<«>on- Wllllam Turner asked Tor a sixty i ttr*r Work ,D ,odla »«I>erlntended by dais' extension of time for complet-j No" M«daen"—Mrs. Emily Zenker ins *alka on Mlddledeld road. True.iof.w,rm »P*,-n»* tee Carey etated* that Mr. Turner wa* making good smtrres* with his work, but had found difficulty In securing gravel. On motion the request was granted. President Parkinson voting no. The city attorney nlng to hi Full Capacity. Tbe Dndfleld Lumber Company's new planing mill I* In operation today. On April 1st tbe lot at the corner of Addlaon avenue and High ■treet was piled high with lumber— •10,000 l.-<i of It. This was removed and a two-*tory budding 70xllS feet lu dimensions has been erected, .and boilers, engine and machinery has been Insulted, all la thirty working days, which 1* certainly record time for eatabllkblng auch an enterprise, Two stickers and one planer are being operated today and a half dos- en other machines will be In plane by tonight. Still other machines are to arrive, and In a short time the mill will be working fall blast. When the mill Is completed twenty- five men will be employed. Tbe building la substantially constructed and I* encloeed In galvanised Iron. The entire ground floor 1* used for the machine* and the second floor Is arranged for an office and a large bench room. Tho company Is crowded with orders for mill work, and tbe necessity for filling these orders waa the cans* of the quick action In getting the mill completed. Thl* enterprise ndds materially to the manufacturing Interests of Palo Alto and Mr. Dudfield I* deserving of commendation for hi* enorgy and his unlimited faith In thl* *ection of the valley. George. to prepare a resolution calling for bid* for walk* on Emerson street. Contractor Hettinger wa*. on the certificate of Architect Branson, n) Vocal music—Messrs. Charles and Htuart Moser. "Our Oriental Work"—W. P. Rentley. superintendent of Chinese work lo San Francisco and Oakland. "Our Responsibility to the Chll- was Instructed j <'«'n"—Mrs. Lowther of Sanin Crns. Vocal solo— Merle (loseett. 'Missionary Work Through Manual Training"—Mrs. W. T. Sin-lion lowed 11,400 on bis city hall con- ■ot Bnn JoK "Plea for the Missionary Tidings" Mrs. J. n Tborno of San J use. Hymn—By congregation. Vote of thank* to Palo Alto aux- I ttfary- Benediction. Among tbe delegates am Mrs. A. trsct. him- for I win.■ -. Tbe Palo Alto electrical works submitted tbe only bid for aupply* Ing electrical fixtures for tbe city ball. Tbe amount of the bid waai fK7. Tho matter was referred to] tho building committee and the architect. ;rel wa* cheaper tban wood and that Only one bid was received for of- j at 66 cent* It was equivalent to coal flee fixtures for the city hall, from j at $3 g ton. E. A. Hettinger, tho figure being. A large number of claims for la- S3S7. The bid was referred to tbe;bor and material were presented and building committee and the arcbl-. the labor and contract bill* worn or- tect. ■ flaWtsI paid. Ttf- attorney was directed to pre-, aM.mwMBiSsa^BMBMMWW*aaaaaaaMi pare a resolution declaring tbe result of the bond election. It waa Our stock of low shoes is very large and well assorted. Select an Oxford for your summer shoe. One of stylish model, well fitted, will please you. The United Railroad* continues It* *•***•*■ M the at-Mc-llon of the work of preparing Ms carbarns to| P"*W««. '»>«» «■»• °«el»'» *>• *•' withstand a .lege. At the Turk and \ ,ow*d •"• **c" for •*"■'■* on th« Fillmore strert barn 300 rtrlke-] *lw",lo° bo*rd breakers are houaed, having beenj Ilegnrdlng Htreet Contraris. brought in under coesr of darkness! The president stated that Tuoa- Suaday night. Jams* V. Farley, the dsy was the first dsy on which tbe 'strikebreaker. Is recruiting more '■ street paving contracts could be !e- ■ men In preparation for the attempt; tally signed f.nA that the contract- ■ to run tbe cars. \ "r" W(r'' allowed five days In which j The labor council will bold a ape-* to submit their bond*. A motion iclst meeting tonight for the first j»ss adopted tbat when the (ward : tlBH In five year*. Four national of-1 adjourn It bo to*meet at !h<; sail or leers of different unions will attend, j the chairman. This sctlon was ta- Not *o many prominent officers have:*en in order that the board could bsu in Sen Frsnclsco in ten years. ■ meet st once when the bond* are! -The gonoral labor situation will be: presented and thus expedite the, '-Harassed. ; paving work. . on motion It was ordered that ; K/**lty In IH-mand. the premium and accrued Interest, ' Mrs. 0. Ostrander, manager of the ■ on the 176.000 bond Issue be trans-, Ostrander Realty Company, reports * ferred to.th« town halt fund. This! the sale of ty May's six-room reel-, ■"■** amounts to about 14.000.* As d-nce at >** corner of Waverley' oaiy f 10,000 wa* voted for the' »lreet and Everett avenue to San town hall. It was necessary to make] (Francisco people. She bas also ne- 'his transfer In order to provide' 'gotlated the lease of the Lynn borne, funds for meeting the contract price! [for one year. Mrs. Ostrander has* ot about 115,000. Isold three lots in Ilurtlngame this] Cost of Fuel Oil. I week and reports a good demand The contract that the town holds < ; for property alt down the peninsula I with tbe Associated Oil Company \ i People are baying in anticipation of ■ for supplying crude oil for tbe water- '. i an advance In values when tbe cut- works will expire on June 1, and < They are Going:. They can't help ft. Lots In block 3, Woodland Place, first subdivision of Port Palo Alto. The lota are beautifully laid out; the term* are easy and valuation Is there. We are showing these lots tjrwr day and if yon call at 2:30 any afternoon I will gladly show you where your money will bring results. Robt. A. Thompson Ibwm 4, Parkinson Mlock. Prone Main 2111. Police Signal Light. City Electrician Hopper has placed In front of the telephone exchange on tbe Circle a police light. It bas been arranged tbat when a' phone call for a rohceman la mads at night the operator switches a red signal light to give notice that an officer In needed. M. Yarned. Mrs. W. T- Shelton, Mrs. M. W. Thompson. Mrs. rfalter, Cnrt- ner, Mrs. C. H. Waterman, Mrs, Ida King and Mrs. J. D. Tborne of Elan Joae'; Mrs. J. H. MeCollougb and Mra. O. T. Morgan of Santa Clara; Mr*. Henry Curtner and Mrs. Emily Zenker of Warm Springs:' Mr*. Alice K. Murphy of Lodl. Mr*. Lowther of Santa Cm, snd W. P. BenUey ot Berkeley. Mr. Rentley wa* a missionary lor China for a number of years and his address waa a moat Interesting one. He is at present engaged In starting a hoapltal for Chinese and Japanese In Ran Francisco. Tbe noonday luncheon waa served by the Palo Alto auxiliary tn Fraternity Hall. BEER, 5c Root beer, of course. Dot get the genuine, delicious, thirst-qusnehing kind; drswn from tb* keg snd *erved In steins, at WILSON'S off la In operation. CTRRY OF TOftKMITK wants a biunrlryman (no experience neeesaary), an experienced launiln *■-. two murker* (good and strong). Apply 7 to S s. m. to CTRRY OF PALO AI/TO. clerk waa directed to advertise for bid* for tbe fuel oil needed for one year from that date. The price paid at preseot I* t>4 cents a barrel, but tbe trustees anticipate that the bid* this year will be from SO to 95 cents a barrel. Mr. JDnryea stated that oil at 11 a bar- Olives! Olivesl Olives! Green Olive* in.bulk. Ripe Olives in cans i'soniethinR fine). Stuffed Olives (Spanish) in bottles. These are just thc thine f*>r picnics. *, Why not have us for your groccrymen. You will get the very- best in groceries and we know wc can save you money. Call up Main 73 when you are in a hurry—we will deliver it at once. Sallows ® Rhodes Main 73 SAMTA CLARA PALO ALTO KB
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      Foe Pat* Aho: Pair teoigbl latltj pain Alto ®wu* NOW FOR. CIRBATER PALO At-TO; VOLUME 33 PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA. PRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1909 ...TWO HANDS... a bs-wah aod a caa et JAP-A-I.U will work wamton la j-**xr torn*. Works r-t-aallj well oa wood or metal, aad heaa*. a var- atao et*!* it wcw-v. Ilk* tro* *mA we here sixteen fcaaatdtfol shade* te estect f-vaa. Wby aot beeuUfy yxtar eea-roaaahastT Thta -***t ta momtimal and yoa wilt Bad a rtttaplete slooh at Uxo Palo Alto Hardware Company „. ss. iu.t,t la it* Oaataa ot Om CMS. mmmttmimmmmmamtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm* Our warehouse roof has been covered with Riiberoid Roofing (or six years and is stili good. We new carry it in stock in half ply, one ply. two ply and three ply. Dudfield Lumber Co. PALO ALTO Children's Shoes ■. We offer a large assortment of styles and grades and give exceptional values. Try our $2.00 Boys' Shoes, $1.75 and $1.50 for the little fellows. Visit ths new stare with a clean new stack of up-to-date Eastern Furnishing Coats, Bats, Panti, ale— all Haskell-Wsltac* itocK dlipoied of. The lead* tag *sakts la svsry branch, bat for ltss than elitwhere. _ m .,«-*!« Repel Tallerlas Cb. Beeatlral aelu freea f*as _p. ■aclwelie aswala fe* tl. fa. PLAN FORMED TO PROVIDE FREE BED AmoriATinx ib wrm-co aho 4 luiAnn «r iiihmtoiu APPOVtTWD. fat gaa i la to Ralae *•*• Pitt Teer lor TM* Most Worthy Ok*ect. A meelina waa bald at tb* Pr*a- byterlaa Charrh. laat n.-.hi for tk* purpoaa of forming a free bet elation. Ibe object being to sat b-*apttat h«d for lb* ao ef tbe nn form aat* aad for emergency. There war* preeent repreaeota live* of tb* Bolverattr. of tke earl ons churches aad late res t*d eltl*ea*( A tentative slab of organisation, submitted by Or. O. Cberl** Oard- aer. was discussed and after katag modtfled aligklly waa adopted. Tkt* plaa provide* for a board of 1 Bve directors lo tnclnde tbe prest denls of tbs Pastors' •Association, the Woman's Clab. the Native Boas Ihe Native Deaghtera aad a physician Tbls board will anoint a committee on admission of patlenti to. tbe bed, The plan call* for the, ralalag of lit* for tb* Bret year to maintain the bed. Tb* dues..*-* fixed at fl a year or 1100 for a life memt-erablp la Ihe BBsofiatlnn Among ibe plans to b* followed to raise foods will th* holding of a "hospital Bstat-day," wbea aata-**r1ptIoaa trill be solicited, snd a ' hospital Baaday." le-ilon* will be taken rh arches l The ohj-ct Is a most worthy ob* aad beyond doubt Ihe moBey i will to foi-throtalag. la 'at emergency or aceideBl there place ber* where a person ran be ASSEMBLY CALLED NEXT WEDNESDAY KOWdAl, OI'KMNG OF HTANFOim MKD1CA1. lil.l'ARTMKNT TO in: inisKii-, in. Ptiatit**** Jor-daa, IKtcttH- (*h-tatl*u mmt llo-tt-tr On.t-.aB Aaasaan-t aa Hp-*k>rs. Th* formal opening of Ik* Stan ford Medical Bchool will be oh aarrad at the Bret 'aaeembly ot Ihe aetanaUr. which will be held la Assembly Hall ob Wedaeaday forenooa of aest week at 10:15 o'clock. The me*tlag will be held under tbe direction of the committee on public ess-rises aad tn order to all** all aludsnlt to attend university work will to *ua-tciid--tl for that period. Ftolle-s-lBg th* acquisition last J*nr *** COoper Medical College, th* hoard of ira*te*a proceeded to in* -tltat* a court* tn the unlrerslty wklch would pre-iaro students far advance-! work In medicine. Th* lit of their effort* is tke depart* -seat of medicine now te be formally (Malted. For this occasion those In charge of the aasembly have sftcnrod at *p*ak*r* Dr. David Starr Jordan* Dr. II A. Christian and Dr. H. Olb- boaa Jr. Doctor Clirlsilsti. wbo occupies th* r**rponalb1e poaltloa of dean of tka Harvkrd Medical College, deliver aa address upon the subject 'A Career la Msdlclne and Pree- tiUaj Preparation for It." *" ar Olboona, who will also It coiinocft-d wtth tb* faculty ot C*eper Medical College.' tatttatlOBs to tbe number of two tlskaur* hare totn issued to th* medical spools and lor.ho 0#kjtnta ktedJeal Society. Tk* *-.- vtjll be open Io all. Brings ►ccrss : : a *» .» ii 11 You Should Not Allow Tlli U>W P1UCKB QCOTEO HI I * >\\ TO PTX IX 1<H K M1MD THK VA1A K OF nit: t,f ton-,. AB , SOB ARK MICH Hl-PERIOR IS KXtxXUT WAT TO WHAT TOt' UOtLll i:\ri .-. FOR THr PBlt-tCh AltKKll. WR MKKTHIS A FWW OP A GREAT MAlpT TStlM.fc YOt WlU, SEED; a tptendld typewriter desk In rum-J or golden oak finish, fan Utwe drawers and alld*': top j 'Ittlt. ITicc *7..V1 Flal-iop desk with four drawers: top llxlT. famed, weathered or. golden oak finish: aolld oak BIB-BB. Bnme as a cove, wltb foar drawers at *ack ood, aolld oak, Bia.so. i Mlssloo stodent's table, S7i1t top. wltk single drawer. B* I Roll-top desk, complete In every rss--e**t. solid oak. BB* BB - . Coaches tkat really make good beds, leg* baited to fleet*, well npholalered top with heavy padded , s-agee. • i ' Best conchcovera la maay patterna. all -trice* froaa Bl.TB to BS. Comforters from Bl.l* to BA. I All fsather pillows lay* beat art tick. 1 l-t -wands. Bl.13. I BlankeU from Bias per pair to 99.19 per pair. ( Oar gomta ttt eR. Btrw and etar saocfc ta r.iptct-. Oet -arte** from oa eta a aytJhiBg yam waat ^ to read. We ere |ii|arrt I* cMlv-er gmoAt oo very attast mmtot, aad y-oa will ftwd tkt right ea the , saw* with ssytlilog -ee sail y-ow. McKIBBEN-BEAL CO. PALO AI-T". , WORK ON COUNTY ROAD TO BEGIN MIHVICYM ARK I .IMI'I.KI II. AB PAR BOt-TM ts Till: BAX ANTOKIO ROAD. lidwtway Will li Fi-ut*. Baa Fra writ- alto Brttgt to -That Point. County Surveyor J. G. McMillan ba* torn engaged dariag tba weak In rompletiag tbe survey aad setting grade atakes along the county road from tb* county line at tk* Franc(idvulto bridge soath to tk* Baa Aatoale road, the fine thoroughfare tbat lead* ta Los Alloa. It la the purpose of Supervisor Frank E. Mitchell to begin tk* roa strneUOB of tka road at once. It 1* nnd*rstood, lk« work to. b* Began at the county line. A very larg* attain roller ha* keen purohaeot by tk* county and la here ready tor ttaa. The cranked rock to be used -rill come from tb* coaaty quarry on tk* Page ktlll road, and will be quarried and crutb*d by a force of m*n from the county Jail, provided th*r* are enougb men serving time to do lh*- work. Tb* character of tk* road will differ from anything heretofore uaed I*. tbls part of tke coaatry. Surveyor McMillan hat roads a tboroagk InvtetlgsiloB of road building aad kaa concluded tkat a tneth- csi In use In England otter* tk* beet road for this section. lis hop** that the, mad built on thla plan will not only prove durable, but laat It will atao withstand the wear nt automobile*, which la ao dieutroat to tk* ordinary macadam road. BOOSTERS PLAN TO HOLD DINNER ITIOTMK Vflll.- B» TO otuiAxsuTTox or csuasag or txnomm.. l>atr of IHeaee Will Oetatld. VrVH, Slit to . Secure Settlement . A. Is>n.KF7Y AHK-s Ittlt AC- itH NTIMi FROM 3. R. TAK- IiKRVOORT. MIBr l'AHTM It C. A. Dor-d-y brought suit yester- day Ib tke *up*rlor i-oort agalaat J. P. Vandervoort. kla partner ta ike livery buatneaa conducted at lb* n*n*pe aublea, s*k*tn the court lo order an arcounilng and dlaaolv* th* partnerabfp^ The partaerthIp was formed aboai a year ago. Judge Welch appolated Dr. M. I-. Benepe temiwrary reeelver to aet until the difference* are ad* Jnaled- The parti*** lBtei**t~*d staU tkat a settlement will doahtles* readied within a few day* without taking ths mailer further^ ln tke courts, as there le no more serious dl-t-ally than a dtBereace of opln- loa as to tke basis ob which a art* tiemeni ahoald be made. taken, nor it there any place where e poor person lb n**d of medical tresit-sent can he cared for. Palo Alto Is large eaoegh lo be la continual need of a frse hospital bed. and money could b* devoted lo no more philanthropic pnrpoee. Few Special Bargains roon sew bungalow: wo beantlfal oaha oa th* lot: within two block* of Waverley atreel Sidewalk, all the way lato town. Term*: 1400 -nab: belence In Bve equal annual peymenu of 110* etch Thl* la rerialaly a plckap. Bxtso— Five-room cottage on Cowper street, near University atn- Bplendld laveatmsat: will rent for 111.6*. Owa*r wants to Mil.; Tertas caa be nxade Jest Ilk* paying reat. BBOO 1**M OB Cowper atreel; Idewalh aod curbing In. Xarge oak: beaatlfully *llaat*d for a ale* traagalow. Tbls lot U certalBly a ntckap. For farther partlt-Blara enquire of the agents: AG Bit TB The J. J. Morris Real Estate Company Venerable Divine Visits Palo A | IM HI It J. D. WttMfST, Bl OU*. WILL 1-lllM M AT TMK CH mK-TlAaj»(~H l'IlC*4*a Elder J. D. Wllmot arrlred I Palo Alio Thurtdaj aad will ke tke goesl of L, Welch aod other friend* until nest Weaneedsy. -fctder Wll- rmit wa* born In llourbon county, Kentucky, in 1111. aad la bow tl years of agn. He hs* % been a preacher la tbe Christian Church for slxty-tbre* y*ara and ha* labored ln IIHaola, Missouri. Kansas. Tessa and California. He cam* to thla slat* iblr* ty-fl** year* age aad baa held p*»- toratea la Woodland, Colas*. Vers- Vllle. Danville. Lot tlatos. Coratlla* and Olnuba. Hla eyesight. Is dim and bla teeth have dleappear**,. la all other reahecta be. le hale and hearty ead says be lewAa Better than bs bss for twenty-five years. Although be bss ceaaed to bold a regular -*B*torate he still preaches whenever be has an opporianlty. Baaday evealag at the christian Chareh he will preach lo lh* congregation and tbe pastor, Cfaarlee l*. Baal, says It will be a splendid sermon, for bs beard klm at Ihe slate -oo**BttoB st Baata Crux, aad his aerntoa was one of tk* beet ea tke Btograai. A cordial Invitation la extended io ibe public to hear thla aged manj of Uod. Tb* service will begin at( 7:1*, as thl* la the lime of chaaglag ibe e-ealag a*r>■<■** hack half aa hoar during the wlqter -aoatbs- Th* tpeclal cott-alUa* aamot ky the promotion committee befor* that body disbanded to c-onslder tka ■***-" ter of forming a ckamber of **■*> mere*, aad IncMsnlally to arr**a* for sob* i-KognitioD of tka onm* pletloB of tke *lectric tla* ta tka cejapoa. met yaatsrday artaraooa at th* office of Senator Black. Th***> pieeeat war* Mr, Slack, D. A. kaaa- . denkall. J- J. Morris, W. B. Allen aad W. H. Boat After Bome dtscoasioa It waa Bo- cldvd that tke beet plan woald be to hold a dinner on tb* data of tk* completion of ta* electric road aa* at thlt dinner lh* gutter of affeeOae: a peraxaneal orgaBlsatloa ot a -kaa*- i ber of commerce will be detaHaty * considered. Aa soon as lb* data of tba op*a- Ing of tks electrk Baa 1* aaaoaaoad a meetlag of th* comtalltee will k* held aad -Bbcommtttee* aW k* named to arrange far th* dinner. QUIETLY WEDDED ATi^jJNTYSEAT .sUBB HARV A. JACOB imri'ii — THR RRIDK OF EDGAR K. ■to.- A qulst weddlsg WM st Trinity Church, Baa Joe*. **•*- terday afternoon al 1:10 o'eloek, when Hit* Mary .A. Jaook ' a******. tb* brWe of Edgar K, Alloa. Tk* , marriag* ceremony waa pcrfortaed ky Dr. J. W. Oraaaam aad waa wtt- nc-sted by a fan Intimate frioaas. At-' tar * wedding lunch Mr* and Mr*. ' Allen departed tor tk* soath U- spesd thslr honeymoon. Tke bride Is a daughter et Mr. Bad Mrg. George Jacob of 111 Mle- dtefleld road. 8b* has resided ker* for a number of y**r» aad Is mark admired for k*r beauty and chartfl of character. I fc Mr. Alien kaa been a raaldeat at* Palo Alio for many year*.' H* I* connscted wltk the Palo Alto Hard- * ware Company aad la th* ao* ol B. G. aod HalUe A. Allen, wbo kave t-Mlded in this t-oanty fer at-it than fifty years. On their retara from thalr wa*> ding trip Mr. aad Hr*. Alias will nt* eupy • pleasant hem* grorlded ky tb* groom oa Ckaaalag tan*. Tke -~-*j-aUv* comatttee of tk* Palo d*nto feriafian a**d**vor UtOoa, which Is compoaad of Ik* offieer* af tk* various youBjt peoots'a aoeletlea. aet last rl-ti to Brrange far tk* union rra-eption to new atadaaat. which will be held oa October 1*1. Mrs. C. J. McCarthey, who baa beea vtal'lag al the bonw of B. W. Allen for th* peet.iwo weeka. aallett for ber home in Honolulu today on tb* China. She Is th* wife of Ben-J aiur McCartney of Honolulu aad they i have a daughter wko la a Stanford j student . ' NOVELTY Tn-ATH turrt'itN or utvsl I aMCBlttaat ptet.re. Corn, aad Sad wat .ad r_ Ot.ar.-Tw. I.w*ra_* t.m^ M.T1M.U KVEaV D.V Slstat t rf.Mmtomto.rn ton FwUCTAItVT rt-w CALL ON Sante Fe Lumber Company FOR PRICES Mayfield, Cal. Pkone 268
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      THE WKATHER. Sa. Fra-Haro. Oct. I.—- For l"ak, Alio: Hale: warn,. er to-lib. aaal T»r»i_j. MA11IK. latlu f alu Alfa Stmra ............. ♦ T»M> asMtal nsx-.te-aSB. mmm I ,. .,»,,.■ thr —-nrwsl „f sal>- I srrlptlons to dell, ommtm * wlthla thr-r ns«tlB, of - tmttm- VOL. ,» PAUJ Al.TO, CALIFORNIA, Mi iNHAY. OCTnllER 19. ma mw*t*wt0w*memwm*wi0m»m0www*0ww*_ Booster Says That getting initiated has its peculiarities, but it needs no initiation to be able to use any of the many handy kitchen devices to be found Palo Alto Hardware Company I. IU-bl la tke Orel— or Ss. Oat,. mmmmmwtawwmtmmrmtmrmmmmrmtmmmW In Onr Daily Walks HONOR THY FATHER SEEKING SITE FOR SILVER JUBILEE We Notice- AND THY MOTHER TOURIST HOTEL CEREMONIES HEM That each caa* customs**' at Comp ton's rets aa up-to-date gram* phone lllSHtU- III (.UK*-, I'KKAI UK* TO HAN I'KANdW-' MKN VISIT l'AM> AIM HHIMHOl* RIOUI'AK IH HOU- - 11 t'l *-, 1 - <>N THK I 11 1 11 ALTO WITH VIKW TO Ill'II.D- "KKI» AT HT. r \ Htli K s THU- "iMMtM.MiM IN« 11--1 1 M'. • OMM-UCAI. SEMINARY. Tbat pot special fish counter Is attracting morh attention -Comp Thst those aho drink Oomptoas CeCee are tke ones who have the aatleft-ad expression on their facea. Man- Stud-en 1. Fall to ApnewUie Well Ploaaed With Outlook and Aildi,*-.-.*- and ttlngtag hy Mentoea HacHllces Madr by Pare*I* for Have 9100,000 to Invest in eod Junior*-— Many t b rgj- Thclr Hem-fit. Kntcrprtse, ■» Attrwdaoee. DEMOCRATS WILL HOLD M RALLY Thai Us Bt Helena Health Foods are on aale at Compton's. That Ihe Howe Hatter Bread wrapped tn wax paper—never toadied by bands it making Comp- tone store lassoes COMPTON'S 321 'Jniversity Ave. nammt i. annoi-ni-ki) for KRIOAY NMUIT OF THIN will I, IK PAU) AUTO. Now Is The Time to see NEW FALL FOOTWEAR Pleasing Styles in Oxfords and Shoes Why Don't You Marry the Girl** We'll Furnish the House Don't mske the mistake ol thinking; you can't furnish s home, as we can furnish one of sny num- f')" J bcr °' r""ms' whether it be one or -•' / a dozen;whetht-r you hsve 'only s little or a great deal to spend. In our store you will find every thing you need. You can pay part cash and a little each month Don't hesita.e! Now is the time while She is in the notion. McKIBBEN-BEAL CO. Phone 222 Uniremlty Ave. U PALO ALTO tlaydr* Principal I Oa-dtdatre to Be rr. -ft A Dims tram rally is announced tor Palo Alto for Friday nlgbt, October 23d, at 7:46 o'clock. The meeting will be nnder the direction of tbe eounty oeatral committee, and It te designed to make tbe affair the most enthusiastic gathering of the cam pal* ii. Hon. Thomas K Harden of Baa Francisco, a wall. known campaign orator, will be the principal speaker. Oeorge J. Carey, candidate for supervisor; 8. M. Cutbbarleoi., candidate for the assembly, will br present and It Is exported that tbe candidates for superior ledge will attend. A glee rlob of Stanford stadents will sing national Deaeonnttlc songs, such as "Bryan, Lilly Bryan." nnd "The Merry Smile " ■vary resident ol I'alo Alto, bmd smote* and children, wlll bo made wekwBse on-KTiAUt or CHINA PAI-O AX/TO Throe noted Chinese K.-nttemen viaHed Pah) Aho yesterday oa a stght-oesdag trip. Tbey were T. X. Wa Hs4n nod Cheng Tou. railroad eassmtssdaners. ond Pan) H. C. Ctoag. sss—mtisSosr- to investigate saber aaailtluas aanong his people to MssSss Tho tetter la a friend of ft. V. HosctsnM, wbo becsme ac. easts ftd wtth him la Manila, where Matbodlst gpls* Mr. CUtng will SUIoslco, where snn_h eoaep-s-st lo made by the Cbt- mmo wt ■ tW troatsneoi accorded thorn Tbo railroad commissioners rsp- esn.Bt the Taaaa Bail way Company, whleb ts to construct «0Q miles of road frosa Taaan to Bi- Chang. They wtll saake a complete investl- gatloo of 1W groat railway systems of tho limited matt* Wear Insured Sox A-»-*-ss__Ss*-m»ws-0-*'--. -aw i—_of*B as sssss*sr<s'lssst»flH'a'i*'-w lis- sis psirs ot "HoWwr-.f" :mis tar fr\SS aad N sar or sll ol '■-■-> cssss to Sets* or assd damns iu *ta BoMhXSwItl rsptsos ISsul w_* saw s-s rm_c_L Holeproofi Sox st- Ond mHA ahisNiily SsiSnt-s, Tsaf wtUaot "memcbT' "twmt* aor lads. ero^f-O-sdoaetshrJitkttoc-i.cic Yosts* tmy tbtrnt la sssorlt easBfe**-s_ro__s e. a slsa _»l w.t_ Dr. fCdwln 11. Hughes, newly ap- polntod bishop ot tbe Methodist Kpiscopal Church for this coast, preached at the university chapel yesterday morning on tbe fifth commandment. Bishop Hughes was formerly president of I)e Pauw University at Oreencastls. Ind. 11a said he hesitated long before preaching to his own students on the test "Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother." for the reason that a certain type of young men expert nothing but goody-goody talk on such s subject, parental, not to say grand- motherly advice.** He found two good reasons, be said, why It eeemed worth while to nddreaa students on the honor due to parents- Msny college students are away for the flrst time from the regulations of home, so likely to be dlstasteful at the age when confidence outruns responsibility. If gl student wlll be wisely guided, the; Isw of restraint may easily be transferred Into a law of liberty. Boys should at least establish a firm law of liberty, he said, with re-; gard to spending money furnished ihrough setfdonlal of hard-working ' parents. The bishop said he had ! passed ooe of his students smoking a cigarette. That young man he . knew to be using fully half his father's salary to pay his college ex-! penses. Without referring to the other evils of cigarette smoking, the' htshop asserted, the youth who; burns up the toll snd sacrlflce of his father and mother deserves the contempt of his fellow students. Tbe second resson why the* fifth commandment appealed to him ss al subject, the bishop said, was because ander our system wide differences frequently occur between the station of parents snd children. The farmer's boy becomes a senator, the shoemaker's boy a judge, the poor' widow's son a president. Sometimes young men who go to! college acquire elegance of man*! ner. apparel and address and become ashamed of the bad grammar. the lll-flltlng clothes, and the worn features of their own parents. One yonng man of elegant habits, after being nursed by his mother through a long attack of typhoid fever, referred to her among bis friends as "the woman wbo took care of. me white I was slrk-*' In such cases It ts as (f the fable of the roan nursing a riper In his bosom has had a domestic parallel. Children carry with them the success or failure of their parents. One mother In particular, tbe bishop said he remembered, had twenty-five yeara of hope curdled into despair when her son was sent to the penitentiary. "T am so disappointed," sho cried, "so disappointed." A student who was being dls. clpllned once said to Doctor Hughes, "Yoa sre punishing my father and mother more than me." The time to think of tbem. he replied, was before loetng yourself ln the Idiocy of drunkenness. Abe Msrtln remarks, "Kobody never says nothln' about who paid for the bread mother used to make The horny bands and stooping shoulders of the father deserve a , share of tbe parental respect, aa well as the mother The bishop concluded with an appeal to the audience to scatter roses not only upon the graves of their parents, but upon the road that leads to the grave. Some gentlemen from Ban Francisco who are interested In the project of building a tourist aud com. merctal bote! In Palo Alto were here Baturday to Investigate the conditions. The visitors were shown over the town and vicinity and looked at a number of possible sites for surh a hotel. They were especially well pleased wltb a tract of land In the Ashby addition. This tract Is finely located, well wooded and affords a splendid view. An option, was secured on tbls property. The gentlemen Interested sre experienced hotel ment and are wealthy. They are prepared to Invest $100,000 In the enterprise. They expressed the belief that Palo Alto, with lis continued growth aud Importance, offers an excellent opening for a first-class tourist hotel. I The fine climate, the scenic beauty or this vicinity and tbe special ad- vsnfagos that have been created here form a comblnr.tton to attract peo*' i'l.- such as ard found In few sections. The gentlemen sre confident that a first-class hostelry would be largely patronised. The matter Is, of course. In the formative stage as yet. and every possible Inducement should be of. f.Tcd these well-disposed hotel men, to secure the location hero of their' enterprise. Such a bote! would prove not only of direct advantage In tho business it would bring, but would also Indirectly benefit the town by helping to advertise the local attractions and thus adding to the permanent imputation. The stiver Jubilee observed la San Kranrl.ro the past week In honor of Archbishop Patrick W, Btor- daa. rommemoratlDg tha twenty- fitth anniversary of Uie date apo* which he took charge of the dlocaao or California, was continued todar at St. Patrick's Theological flosnl- nary. The ceremonies at the seminary began st 10:80 In the morning wlt>* an addreee to tbe erchbtbshtKtv by a senior on behalf of the seniors, and an address by a Junior on behalf of the Juniors. The singing waa a most Iropraa slve feature of -the ceremonies. A chorus of eight seniors and also one of six juniors sang, and then tho two sang together. Archbiahop Da Btlsa. of Porto- gal was present and about forty priests from outside -mints, In addition to the members or the s*rat- nary faculty. At 1 o'clock a repast was serve- In the d,lnlng ball. At _:,10 the archbishop and tha* clergy and pupils proceeded to Sacred Heart Academy at Menlo Park, irbam the Madame* of the Burred Heart In charge of tbat Instltutfoft tendered them a reception. St- Patrick's Seminary Is one ot ihe greal works accomplished hjr Archbishop Blordan. Through bla efforts the fine property ot eighty acres was secured and a million or more dollars rained for the erectlosk of the buildings. Tba srchblshop*a desire to have a great Catholic tka. ..logical school tn tbe weat has boea. fullv redllsed Revival Results in Six Additions 1.AHOKHT ATT-CIwDANCK LAST SIGHT in him. THK -,i-i:il.-. "I M I I I I M . -. Evangelist Darst was greeted yesterday by large crowds at tbe Christian Church. Whon tbe Invlta- was extended st tha evonlog service six people went forward. Four of theae were received Intot he congregation by the hand of fellowship snd two made the good confession. The largest crowd during the entire series of meetings was preeent last nlgbt. Tbls evening Mr. Darst wlll speak oo "God's _ove Story." An after- meeting for men will be held I? discuss plans for organising a men's club- Tomorrow evening the subject will be "Tbe Bible and How to Read It." Mr. Beal U anxious to enroll every person In town who Is Interested In teacher training, regardless of religious affiliation. iiirtt..i,.j* Party. A merry parly look place Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Jensen on Fulton street Ib honor of tbe birthday or Mlas Mario Jensen. Ther*» were many gsntaa. beside*, music and refreshments. Those pstTSoiit were 8.11a Fromherts. Katberlne Fromherts, Annie Chrte- tensen. Clara Jensen, Csrrle Jensen, n in Farnsworth, Marie Jenaaa. George Mason. Krnest Hoffman, Frank Scbutte. Pete Bagatona. Albert Andrews. Floyd Herrlford and Will Jory. Krnest Schaupp returned to Ssn Francisco today, after spending sev-' oral days with his brother, Carl .Schaupp, at tbe Phi,Gsmnis Delta ' house and wltb Palo Alto friends. Carl Schaupp played in the Intercollegiate football game Saturday. ■trier mm*. II-v*- and Mrs Henry Pblpps Roe* wlll arrive In Palo Alto Wedneeday from Nova Scotia, where they hae* been spending severs! months at their summsr home. Don't MiatB The Gorio-ert j at our store oa FHIHAT j Ml.MMi AND SATURDAY * AITERNOOl.. Mlsa Joanna Kissinger, tha talented barplst. wtll be om- slsted by otber well-knowo musicians. It will certainly be a musinn! treat. We are now serving hot drinks, tamalsa and sandwiches, also some new frosa* dsllcacles that we are surw you'll Ilka. WILSON'S Mlas Mildred Clark, of Santa J Crux, came up and remained over tbe autumn featlval wltb ber friend. Miss Blgley. Miss Clsrk Is s Berkeley graduste, snd the game on Ssturdsy held nnurual Interest for her. ♦♦-♦*-♦♦*♦* Why not trade with us by the month? We solicit iMrty-flaj a< ftunts. We call aad get yuur imlers. y .John O'Farrellj! -_. ___) mmy otbsr kt-sd. Ussiss-bsr a*, i etrs_-a*r*_**ef te wis* sss mm-M-s or mn as* ns— sos PrnXAmO. Let as ssfljrsas bos today. Sole Agents , E. Haskell & Co. \ Landscape Gardener a a We deliver you Just what yon want, deliver It to yoa i you waat It. I We claim we handle tin- lies! good*. Wr know our prteee arr right. Why aot save tli** ir.-uM.* of getting yoar every day. It won't coat foB a rent more to pay as wit (In i k st Ibe end of tbr mimth. SALLOWS & RHODES m:« .ik.iii.ian l-HI.NK ::l PAIX) Al.T.1 UXTA CLASH. S> mow
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      VOL. 27 Sty? latttj ffalu Alto ftimra PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA. MONDAY. AUGUST 13. 1906 NO. 17S IIIIIIIIIIIHIIII*U-»^«-.HIII'*".'IIIH.« LUMBER The Dudfield Lumber Company Telephone Main 21 Forest and Alma I ,,»,)| i nn hi... Ill 11 ...i :r.-+.—. PARKINSON GRAFT AGA1NSTTHE LAW BTATITE8 PLAIN ON THE QITBS- TIOX OP OFFICIAL SELLING SIPPLIES TO TOWN". Removal From Oftlci aud Imprison* mi-ut or Pine or Both Art: the Penalties Fixed. It's Vacation Time HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT ITT RIGHT NOW IS THE TIME TO REMEMBER THAT BEING PROPERLY SHOD IS HALF THE PLEASURE OF OUTING. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF SPORTING BOOTS AT $4.50, $6.50, $7.00 AND $8.50. OUTING OXFORDS AND SHOES $3.00 TO $5.00. YOUR SIZE WAITS FOR YOU AT ■ hi"" in > -a nn-man i-awi* it- A NOBBY SUIT. and A PERFECT FIT A large stocK of Imported and Domestic Goods on hand. J. B. WIDEMAIN FnHhlonnbl^ Taallor IE will Hia-ilal millin-a-Miiia miiW • *BM 1 I Where Is Your Candy Madel? Does cleanliness cuont? Is fresh air necessary? Take a look in Wilson's factory. Everything^ is in plain view from the street. Hall Balldlag, High St. Near University Ave. / I Somo persona wbo freely condemn Parkinson for breaking hit- solemn pledge to hla friends that hi would NOMINEES STAND MACKENZIE AFTER {MORE PLASTERERS FOR INDEPENDENCE COUNTY CONTROL ON CAMPUS WORK AGAINST KBTt'ItN TO THE HULK OF JOHNNY MACKENZIE AND HIS KINO. HKKT HERBINOTON PBOMI-' UEI'AlltK GOING FORWARD WITH NEXT ON TICKET PIT t"P 11V! A HUSH SINCE HKPTLESIBNT DEPOSED BOSS. OP TROUBLE. Ticket Which Parkin-ton. in Fight lng PnrkltiMiii Ia Printed Betel* In Full. Mm. [Mi,-n - If.-i i in.; Crowd Cuing Judge I-oil Kit n't. Naini' tu Gain Power. Below la tbe ticket which the Mac-■ Kcniio- Parkinson* Herrlngton Com Wreck lug of Ruin*. nnd Sew Llhrnry With Rapidity. '..wttiiii'.lsm I'riH'i-etlltIK The political curtain haa at last Mnsllon u Oehllng. The c-n»r-a--1 bNI> „„„„ M|de ,„„ „,„ mmbla_. innal delegates art* on tho Parkin ttun ticket. . Several names from thi not aall s..,.,.llcs lo the to-., tfj noa-lo-*, lor dcle-al-. .o the •UHairt^.""^'".."''* th" -.meTo""-."- elected a tow. tmsl-e. hav. aa-erwd eonve.Uo. also «,. put o. the Par-) „,„ „,„„,„„, „„„„,,„„,„. P,rk|n. tlon of Parkinson with MncKen-tle and Herrlngton la conclusively that there wbb nothing Illegal about hla selling pick-hand lea, wheelbarrows, coment and ao forth to Palo Alto. While admitting that morally Parklnaon's graft by mease of the Parklnaon system—purchasing committee, auditing commltteo nnd algn- er of warrants rolled Into one— was wrong. In law there was nothing lo forbid It, tbey contend. Tho act of thc I.uglrilaturc which prescribes a charter for cities of the sixth class, under which Palo Alto la governed, provides tho following regulation to prevent the very graft of which Parkinson la proved guilty by municipal records: Section BRO. No officer of audi City or Town hIiiiII be III* M-rc-ilcd, directly or Indirectly, in mny contract with such City or Town, or with nny of the of* fleer-* thereof In llielr ofllrlnl capacity, or fu do I nt* nny work or furnl-lilng nny supplies for thc n-t- of --ii.li City or Town, or Ita officer-- In tbeir officlnt cnpndty; mill nny cbrdm for romjieiu-ntJon for work done, or supplies or mslcTlsl-a fiiriiKin il. In which .ni> such officer In Interoatrd, slmii be void, and If nudlted and oUowod shall not Ito paid by the Trewurer. Any willful -riolstloM of the provialon-i of this section shall in- n ground for removal from office snd ahsll *:» deemed B ml-ilelliejiinir. and |ni ni-ini! OA -each. The punlahmont for mlademeanor aa prescribed by tho ponnt code la Imprisonment -in tho county Jail for not to exceed six months or fine not to exceed 1600, or both. ■ .-.- -*!i ticket. Tbe Palo Alto nom-i Im-es to the county convention aro unpledged and Independent of Par-{ klnson. Tha nominees for state del-: son Ib endeavoring to deliver Palo} Alto over to tho coin. Idem to enre oft MacKenzte and Herrlngton. No fur-! ., ther conviction than tbe ticket named --.te. are '« '"-«<*• l-"****" »•**! br ,„„«, mm „ _-__,-■ ,„ .„„: l-dcp-n-ont ol the MaeK-n,le-H-r-|tlu| comlllll|l„011 ■ ■■.:-■ mi i'-ivl,iii--'>ii ring. Here Is the' ticket: Ilil.-j-nle-i to Stntc Convention From I Pllajr MNijlfi A-*cmbly Iil-.tr.ct. acter of the ticket. This la tho tick ft. O. TOM KINK, Second Ward, jet—It Is self convicting: Snn -lo-ae- MAUHHALL POM-j For Dr-lcgatcs to the Republican KROY, Second WnnI, San J-me; j Pnrty Stntc and District Convcn- S. I SMITH, Second Wnrd, 8aaj Jo-te: WILLIAM MOIIt, Find Ward, Ssn Joae; J. R. GATES,! Mountain View; It. L. WlLIU'll, P. B. COITCENOALL, HENHV M.! lM:i:. C. C. SPAULDING. W. P.! mill. MARSHALL BLACK. For I ■-■!ru-it■- <o tlie District Convcn-. tlon. Fifth Coiigi-eH-iloitnl Dl-ilrlct.: *-■, A ntt-M-*.**- "j Ken-tic delogatca from Palo Alto bnvc | I been named with the evident lntcn-: j tlon of covering up the real char-j tlons: The young peoplo a society of the Christian church will hold a busic meeting next Friday night at the resfdenee of J. ii. Harding. -"-Hi University avenue. The election of officera for tbe coming year will bo held st thla meeting. Mr*. C. E. Chllds and Mr. A. M. Thompson, botb of the Co-operative Land nnd Truat Co. loave today with tbeir famllloa for Monterey whore they will fish for aalmon. Tbey aro going at the Invitation of a Mr. Lockwood, a retired Chicago commission merchant who owns :t launch on Monterey Bay. MAltSHALL POMEROV, S. E. SMITH, 8. G. TOMKINS. ED. W. CLAYTON. J. A. COSTA. H. TRCLZKX. A. H. MOHRIL1 . ML J. C. SPENCER, J. 11. BOYD, C. R. liCTItK It. GBOGE W. JAMKH. F. W. POTTElt. !iclcgatc-m to County Convention: Prrclnrt One: W. If. CASHRL. W. B. ALLKN, PROP., A. M. CATHCART. B. P. OAKFOHB, A. N. UMFHREYS. Precinct Two. F. A. M.ARRIOTT, P. R. SIMPSON, Ml. C. W. BECKER, E. E. FECK, PROF. R. K. SWAIN. PRIMARY ELECTION TOMORROW. Polling Plnce* and Election Officer-! For Pnlo Alto Precinct. B. A. HERKINOTOX. P. SAN- .PORD. J. C. FOBS, RAY L. WILBUR, 11. P. GATES, WM SLOAT, FRED COTTLE. GEORGfl H. ANDERSON. H. J. EDWARDS. CHAS. WRIGHT, CHAS. BRASLAN, AL. HOLBBRT. Dck'KUtos to tho Rcpublli DOT* . I'ltln ■■%% ALO LLTO Ikating R INK Bryant street, off University Av Commutation tickets now on sale. Party District Convention. 6th Congressional District. MARSHALL POMBROY. S. E. SMITH, 8. G. TOMKINS. ED W. CLAYTON. J. A. COSTA, H. TRULZEN. A. H. MORRILL. DR. 3. C. SPENCER. J. D. BOYD, C. R. DBTRICH. GEORGE W. JAMES, F. W. POTTER. Por Dologatea to tho Republican Party Local County Convention nnd Subdivisions Thereof: Precinct One. B. B. EDWARDS, WM. H. II. HART. C. E. JORDAN. FRANK GRAY, T. VANDERVOORT. Precinct Two. T. B. DOWNING. O. W. MOSH- ER. W. W. TRUESDALE. F. A. MARRIOTT, J. F. PARKINSON. It in claimed that this la the Lor- The primary to choose State, Con-1 Igan ticket, but as a matter of fact gresstonal snd County Convention j --very delcgste on both the MacKon- delegatrs will be held tomorrow. The- ale and Antl-MacKenile ticket heartl- polllng placea for the two prcclnctal ly favor tho candidacy of Judgo I-or- of Palo Alio will be aa follows: Igan for Supreme Justice, and no Precinct No. 1, Including terrl- matter which aide Winn, l-orlgnn will tory south of Bryant street, at 532: have tho unanimous support of the Bmerson atreet. Santa Clara County delegation. Precinct No. 2. Including all tar ntory north of Bryant atreet, nt the Town Hnll, 319 University avenuo. The election board of the- First Precinct Is composed of Prank Kas- aon. Inspector: E. E. Edwards and A. N. Umphreya, Judges: Jamea Far- mln and L. A. Galrand, Tally Clerkt and Peter Mullen. Ballot Clerk. Tho election officers for the Second precinct are: Inspector, Prank Cow- den: Judges, J- A. Squire and F. B BlmpBon: Tally Clerks, L. K. Morse and A. A. Qulnn and Ballot Clork, A. W. Bell. The polla will be open from -Sam to 6 p. m. PERSONAL. I JOHN O'FARRELL Contract Gardener New Lawn* a Specially A0 Work Guaranteed Aa*H>t for Calilornia F-rillia« Wearies Percy Wilbur left yeaterday morn* nlng for Santa Crua to spend hla vacation. Miss Prlsclila Moshor returned today from a visit with friends In Llv ermoro. Mrs. Joseph Phllllpa, who haa been vit-ltlng her mother, Mrs. M, t Semas, returned todny to her home In "Halfmoon Bay. The Mlsaea Rose and Marie Car doza of Mountain VIow nre spending several daya with tho Misses Annie and Minnie Selmaa. P. K Booth, former secretary ot tbe Co-operative Land and Trust Company Is visiting In Palo Alto for a few daya. Mr. Booth la now located- ln Pomona. Miss Louritta Archibald, who has been visiting friends In Palo Alto. has returned to her homo ln Belmont. P. T. McGovern and family havo returned from three raontha Bpent at their old home at Mitchell, South Dakota. H P. Congdon haa been appointed aaatatant cashier in tho Bank of Palo Alto to fill the vacancy left by tho resignation of Arnold J. Moant. Mr. Mount will leave tomorrow for Oak* land where be haa a position aa head or the collection department tn tbe Central Bank. He has boen with the bank hero six years, having rlaen from the poaltlon of messenger to that of assistant cashier. The question beforo ihe Republican votors of Palo AUo is—Shall wo indorse MacKenzIe for bos* and dictator of Santa Clara County. Parkinson for State Senator and boss of Palo Alto,*and Bort Herrlngton for Superior Judge of Santa Clara County? It will bo remembered that Herrlngton. who ia notorious becauae of hla part In the kidnapping of Palo Alto of tho Chinese girl. Kim Qucy. from St. i.iniis. defented the learnod and venerable Judge Rhodes two years ago for the nomination for Superior judge. Herrlngton la still a candldato for tbat position. Tho voters of Pnlo Alto aro now asked by Parkinson nnd MacKcm-lo to indorse this Bamo Bert Herrlngton. Evo-y man from Palo Alto excepting those named on the Congreaalonal delegation of tbe Parklnaon-MacKeniio ticket, waa nftmed by Parkinson, nn.l then a petition wns circulated by Parklnson'a first lieutenant to cover up hit methods and make It appear to th->se unacquainted with tho facts that thla ticket was placed In nomination by a largo number •' Palo Alto citizens. Thc Tlmea Is against Parkinson for Senator, as we have stated before, because of his use of public offlc-e to promote his private business Interests. This la shown beyond dispute by tbe record of the Palo Alto school district and thc recorda of the Town of Palo Alto. Tho campus !» bustling with activity "of repairs and reconstruction work. Instead of the slow progress of the period following tbe walk-oat of tbo union men. repslrs are going along with a rush that promises a presentable appearance of neeossarr quadrangle buildings for the opening of college. Fifteen more plasterers went to work this morning. There sre now about 125 men at work on repairs nnd permanent construction, besides a largo force employed In wrecking the gymnasium and new library ruins and hauling away the debris. This work la going nlong rapidly and within a week or two the maaa of* ruins will look much lesa appalllnv i On the fraternity houses which' accommodate about S&0 students, tho j work of rehabilitation Is being rushed • by all the house managers. Wltijri only two weeks left before the oparf lng of college the work will hav- movf rapidly to have all the coaTO^* nlencea mid comforts of these plaees' ready for old members and new. The pressure brought to t....i- di- rectly upon Mr. McCarthy by tbe maa who are having rc-palre made oa their houses was one factor in tho expeditious aettlomont of tbe labor question at tho conference iaat week. Lealle- Gay from the Beta Theta PI. fraternity went to San Pranclsco on the day before thc conference and explained fully to McCarthy tho stt- . uatfon at Stanford nnd urged blm to' let work be resumed on the fraler-. nlty houses. Tbe Beta Theta PI, Delta Kappa Bpsilon, Sigma Alpha Bpallon, ZeU Pal. Delta Tau Delta, Kappa Sigma and Phi Delta Thetn honsea are all undergoing extensive repairs snd improvements, while tbo Delta Gamma, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Kappa Alpba . Theta, Alpha Pbl, Pi Beta Phi and Gamma Phi Beta sororities are making minor repairs In plastering and. tie like. The Chi Pel house Is such a com-* pleto wreck that that fraternity has rented tho Oreen residonce for tfto* next year. The Phi Gamma Delta fraternity haa alao rented a private? house, the residence on Salvation-* atreet that haa been occupied by -J.. A. Quelle, and will live there for tho coming Hemes ter at leaat. The Delta Upallon house waa vary allghtly damaged and tbla along wttn the Theta Delta Chi abode la ready to receive the returning students.. Thc Sigma Nu fraternity haa not done much toward preparing their house for use as yet, but say It will be ready with tho rest aa there la nothing but plastering to be done. Ssn Jose Team Wins. The baseball gamo played yestSr- day at the Palo Alto grounds between tho San Jobc and Palo Alio team* resulted la tho disastrous da- feat of the latter by tbe score ot l*t to 7. The local team was weak ln too box. trying out throe men, Ravea, Woods and Synon. and they fell to plecea In the field, making 14 errors. At the bat tho San Jose team hit easily and at will while IS local men fanned oul. ao tho visitors wero clearly In a higher claaa than tbo locale. < Add attractlreneaa to your room by visiting Wltlards Art Store, 250 University Avenue, and getting new and artistic Ideas for decorating. *' Harry W. Stager and wife are In town visiting friends. Mr. Stager graduated from Stanford ln 1902 and la to bo an instructor at tho University of the Pacific thla coming year. P. E. Booth, who waa formerly vice president of the First National Bank of Palo Alto, la visiting a? tho home of W. F. Pennybaker. Mr. Booth | Is now engaged in the real estate business In "los Angeles. Prof, snd Mrs. J. O. Griffin hsve returned from half a year abroad and are again in their house on tbe campus. Prof. Griffin will be able to resume a portion of hts work In tba German department. Hear the STANFORD [RINK Orchestra SKate on the smoothest floor in the vallty. Admission ■ 25 Cents Including Skates HIGH STREET Next to MolUa's Kail*
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      THE 'DAILY PALO ALTO TIMES J Our WE KNOW customers like good their money value for : * s : : : YOU CAN find Rockers, Chairs. Dining Tables, Library Tables, Center Tables, Bed-room Furniture, Floor Coverings, Table Linens, Shades and Curtains. We have just received,'and have on exhibition the finest lot of Stickley Bros.. splendid Chairs and Rockers we have ever of- ered and at prices that will tempt you. You can Find What You Want AT McK IB BEN'S Phone Msin 12 222 University Ave. PALO ALTO sssssssssssssssss.sssssss Pboaa Blaek 4*. Bealdeaee Pboaa Wblte 111. F. J. Comerford HOR8E8H0KINQ A1CD WAOON MAXDSQ III Bryant street. P. O. Baa IT. Palo Alto, Cal. ........ess SSSSSS.....S ."IMI I |l Collars and Cuffs. Domestic Finish Stanford Laundry Oar. Ramon* atr-set aod For**t PALO AIVTO. *■* * ***** >MIMMH)1« ********************* *****, WANTS CLASSIFIED. -4*«04>4>4>4>t)»»t»t) »»f ******* RATES Twenty Words or Item. On* Insertion tic Two Insertions Ioe Three Insertions tie Fear Insortlon* toe Flv* insertions fie Fix Insertion! lie On* month 11.15 Each month following. .11,0-8 Dr. Hay. Phone Jobn 471 ot P. O. boa St. 11-4-1 m» For Rant—Bonny Sat with flr*- placa, 76S Bryant atr**L U-lto* For Rent—4-room house, unfur- nlsh*d. Enquire at 911 Cowper street. Telephone Rod 456. 19-lw* For R*nt—Furnii'liti* s-t-iu) room to fir) student. Addntsa R. D. C. Palo Alto Times. tl-tt* FOB hAI.K For Sal*— Bungalow; a most artistic home of 1 rooms, with two Br*plac*a: broad v*randa on two ■ides: either furnished or untarnished. Prlc* vary reasonable. Mr*. C. L. Plaea, lit th* Clrcl*. SS-tf Zhe Cburcbcs For Bale—Choice -Home of eight room* on corner; cement cellar, and furnace; larg* living room with fireplace C. L. Place, 113 the Cirri* For *a*o Lota Its Dnlvsrslty Park, adjoining Stanford University groanda, I ICO; 10 per cant down, $10 per month: no Intsrest. E|*» irlc railroad will hav* station on th* tract. I'lenty of oak tr***. C I. Plac*. ill Clrcl*. For Bala—Fin* horns In excellent location; 9 rooms, 1 baths; on lot 90x200 fset; southeast facing; larg* stable, servant bou**, chicken yard, fruit trom and berrie*. C. U Place. 118 Circle. ll-tf Unitarian Church—-Corner Channlng avenue and Cowper etreet. Sydney B. Snow, minister. Sunday ser*rlce*: 11 *- m.. sermon by th* mlnlstar; Sundsy Scbool at 10 a. m . preceding morning service. First Congregational Church— Corner Waverley atreet and Hamilton avenue. C O- Baldwin, paator. Morning service at 10:30 (not Ul; Sunday School. 11:15 (not 12'IE*); Evening servlc** at 7: SO. Tb* pastor will speak both morning and evening. All are cordially Invited. Solo. t*jiss. and rhorus—"Per- v*r*e and Foolish. Oft I Stray*d" Mr Jeffers Solo, soprano, and choru,*—"Thou Spreadst a Tsble." Mrs. lingers Chorus—"Tbou Crow nest th* Year With Thy Ooodnees/* Th* paator wl'l glv* a short sermon. Mlas Upbam's numbers wlll be: Prelude. I>uo from Hymn of Praia*. Mendelssohn; offertory, Krenins Song. Schumsnn; postlud*. Qlorts. from Henry Farmer's Maas In D fiat. Tbe male quartet wtll sing at th* morning service. Southern Pacific Time Table. (In -Affect November 10. 1107.) For Bale— Loe Altoa lots. R. A. Thompson. Phon* Main til, or room 4, Parkinson bonding. Palo Alto. 16-tf-c For Sale—Lota In now town of Loa Alto*, near Stanford University, on electric line. Apply Robt. A. Tbompaon, Parkinson block. ll-lf-c For Sale—Choloa corner In tb* Seal* tract with beautiful treea. C. L. Plac*. Ill th* Orel*. 10-ll-tf DINNER CARDS act mi* GARDS POaVTAL CARDB CALENDARS 1908 All the Latest Fiction $1.20 DIARIES DBAK nilMm;. (AI.i:\IMH PsliS . Start Early to plan for Christmas Lost—A passbook with tb* HI bernta Savings A Loan Society of San Fraoclsco. In tbe name of Amos A; Banders. No. 12M8Z. The Under will please return to bank. Un leas same ta returned within Ave days a new book will be issued to th* applicant. 30-St* Lost—Mink fur boa, Sunday, In locality of Menlo Heights. Finder pleas* leave at Time* offlc* and receive reward. I*-lw« Lost—November Sltb, between Mealo Park and Mayfleld, a bine- back catalogue wltb tbe Pacific Woodenware A Paper Co. name on front of book. Finder will plaaa* leave asm* at P. L. Seaman's Jewelry stor* and receive reward. M. W. Clark. IT-St* Lost—A green cult and caff button tn vicinity of. High and Homer. Finder pleas* lea** at Earl*'* grocery. 17-tt* Lost—On trala from Saa Frsnclaco Wednesday evenlaaj, valuable lace handkerchief. Return to t:.. Hamilton and reodv* reward. Il-lt-c WARIBD. Wantad—O. W. Wortell. formerly with th* John Brunar Co. Furnltur* repaired, pack*d and refnlshed. 117 Lytton svenue. Phon* Red 601. ii-u-im* Wantad—A Japanese wanta position. Work In a star* pr*ferr*d Call US University avenu*. tt-lm* Wanted—Woman wlll do waahlng by th* day. Phon* Bin* 411. 19-tm* Wanted—Olrl for general housework In small family. Enquire at 5.6 Lincoln aveaae. Sl-lw1 "WHY NOT GIVE A BOOK" Our Christmas stock of Books is now ready. Congdon & Crome Leading Stationer? 230 University Ave. Wanted—Hand laundry work to do. Flannels and flne places a specialty. SSS Kipling street Phoa* Bin* 111. ll-tl-lm* Wanted—Hoaaswerk or h«M*l work, by tb* day only. " Addreaa Mr*. Lennoy, 1SZ Bo-ith sU.rr street, San Jose. 11*41* For Sal*—i 1-1 acre* ln th* foothill* abov* fro*t: oaka, family orchard, house, barn and good wall. C. L. Plnc*. IIS Clrcl*. For Sal*—A few small tracts from 1-S to I 1-S acre* eacb, In various fruits. Only two minutes' walk from station on «I*ctric railroad; flv* mlnntea on tha railroad to Palo Alto. Price reasonable; terms **sy. C. L. Plaos. HI th* Clrcl*. A* | Hirst Baptist Church—Corner j Hamilton avenue saw) Hryant atreet. • Henry Wilson Davis, pastor. Public .worship at 11 a- m.: sermon by the ' paator on "Christ, or tbe Oreat Al- - ternatlv*." In tbe evening the sermon will be "Are Tbere Any {Consented People Today?" Sunday I Scbool at 1:41 a. ro. B. T. p. U. | at 1:30 p. tn. Christian Church—Comer Lytton avenue and Florence street. Charles < If* Beal. minister. 9: it, a. ro.. Blbl*j 'School; tl a. m.. communion and. aermon, "Can a Man Bee Ood and (Live"; S p. in . Junior C. K . I:S0! J p. m.. T. P. S. C. E.: 7:SO p. m.,{ sermon by Rev. II. M. Harkloa of the First Christian Churcb. San, . Jose. First Church of Christ. Scientist; i—Service* In the Madlson-Tholts; building Sunday at 11 a. m. Sub-, Jject, "Ood, the Only Cause and Cre- jator." Sunday School at 10 a. m. J . Weekly testimonial meeting Wed-' I nesday evening at 8 o'clock. Read- lag room at 452 University avenue open dally eicept Sunday from 1:S0 to 4:30 p. tn Pabllc cordially In- ; riled. A row yoang people were entertained last evening at the home of Mr aod Mrs. John Darling. Tho** present wer* Mlaaea 'Jeasle Storie of Ben Jo*e. Ilxa Van Etten. Merle Bertsrhe. Orac* Stlllson. Elsie aod Louise Bille, Alexa MacDooald, Adab Bremner. Gct-glna Kretruner. Augusta. Elisabeth and Kate Darling. Mr*. Van Etten, Horace Mac Donald. Edward Moore, Elmer Matheson and Wlll and Tom Darling. For Bala—3.000 grape pickets; on ground or d*llv*r*d In Palo Alto (or 111- per thousand. Addreaa Philip Krslsa. Woodsld*. Cal. t '.-:•-•: For Sal*—0 aero* ln th* foothills; 1150 down, balance Io nionthjy payments. C. L. Plac*, lit Orel*. For Sale—Two second-hand heating staves Apply IT*. Hamtllton avenae. tO-lt-c MlW'hl,M***i>l " Pelulstry: readings dally; clrcl** Wed.A Bat 8 p.m. Rm.l Marian bids. Furnitur* bought aad aoid by W. P. Penn*t*al*:er. Ill Emerson atroet. Phon* Whll* 417 ll-tf ptare aad wbole*omac Del Mo*.te lukrry. Tho** K*rte A Co., Mo* At* or BaWii aa * ssaasaaa. Male 78. Th* oaly breach In Palo Alto *C th* P. Thomas Pari tl an Dy* Works. S7 Tenth street, Ban Frsnclsco. Is nt :ll University avenu*, at tb* Tbr**' Uttl* Tailors, U J. Bloom maaagvr Pboaa Black 111. • All Saints Cburch—Corner Wa- : varley street and Hamilton avenue. 8ervtce* for Decomber 1st. flrst Sunday In Advent: 8 a. ra . holy communion; 9 1.'. a. in . Sunday School; 11 a. m., morning prayer and sermon. 7:30 p. tn.. evening prayer and sermon. Tbe oraan Is played for balf an boar before tbe evening service. Strangers are Invited to the** service*. Preabytertan Church — Corner Forest avenue and Waverley street. Rev, Walter Hays, pastor. Sabbath School at t:4l> a. m. Preaching service, 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor Society. 1:15 p. m. Evening service. 7:10 p. m. The subject for tbe morning sermon will be, "Many Mansions." In the 4yealx\a the annus) praise meeting tf the Ladles j Circle will be held. The address! wlll be given by Rev. W. B. Holt.{ D. D.. of Portland. Ore. Dr. Holt was for years a missionary in China, and Is now the district secretary of the Presbyterian board of home missions, if* Is an exceptionally Interesting speaker snd a cordial Invitation Is extended to all to hear him Slt-erlal mnalc will be rendered by (he rborus choir at both service*. I-WITES A TBBT. The (niversify rtTag Company Asks ' ai/irrh Sufferers to Try llyc mtmi oa It* Gaaraatiw. Tbe University Drug Company Invite* alt who suffer from anr form of catarrhal trouble* to get a Hyomei on-fit from It wltb its absolute guarant** that If It does not give perfect satisfaction the money will be refunded upon request. There is no other treatment for catarrh that In any way resembles Hyomei. none that give* aueb quick results and lasting satisfaction, no medicine that can take Ita place, none that can be sold on a guaratetoe like this, to'refnad the m j anli It care*. CaUrrh Is a germ dliva** and can b* cured only by breathing Hyomei, so that tbe meat remote air cell* In the nose, throat and lungs ara reached by Its antiseptic healing powers. In this way all catarrhal germs are killed, th* irritated mucous rm-m bra no ts healed and catarrh Is driven from tbe system. This wonderful medicated air treatment doe* not drug and derange the stomach, but la breathed through a little pocket Inhaler that rcoes wltb every dollar outfit. Tbe unusual way tn whlcb the University Drug Company sell* Hyomei attest* Its confidence In tbe remedy. No II— 1:11 *. SB. (dsllr). Na. •a— 1:01 a ai. (dallrl. Na. 14—11:11 a m (dallrl. So II—11:11 a as. (dsllr). Na. 11—11:11 p. *. (dallr). No 40—1:01 p. ta. (dallr). Na. II— l:i< p. m (azprees.) No. 10— 4:11 p. as. (dallr). Na. 41— 1:11 p. m. (ei.aoo.) No. 44— 1:01 p. re. (es. Sea). Na. 14— 1:11 p. re. (dsllr). No. 11— 0:44 p. ra. (dallr). No 41— 7:01 p. ra. (dallr). Na. to— 7:41 ss, ra. (dsllr). Na. U— «•:.-. p. m. (dsllr). No. U— 1:01 a. m. (dally). From Baa Joee— No. 11— 4:11 a. m. (dally). No. II— I:t0 a- m. (ex. Boa.). No. II— |;17 a. m. (dally). No, II— <:tt a. m. (ex. Bon.). No. II— 7:17 a. m. (ex. Sua.). No. 17— 7:11 a. m. (dally). No. II— 7:14 a, ro. (ax. Sun.}. No. 41— 1:1! a. m. (dally). No. II— t:tl a. m. (dally). No. 17—11:01 a. m (dally). No. 46—11:13 a. m. (daily). No. 11— 1:01 p. m. (dally). No. 47— 4:01 p. m. (dally). No. 41— 1:01 p. m. (dally). No. II— 1:01 p. a. (dally). No. II— 8:04 p. m. (dally). The destinations of tb* trains from • n Pranclsco ar* aa folla-a-a: No. 64 to Mont*ray; No. 10 to SanU Una: No. 14 to Saa Lata Oblepo; No. 18 to D*l Moat* and Pacific Orora; No. 10 to Traa Pino*; No. 44 to Laa Oatoa; others to Baa Jo** only. Those from tb* aouth com* ihrough aa follows: No. 11 fr*m Los Oatoa; No. II rrom Tra* Pttaos; No. 61 from Santa Cras; No. tl from Ban Luis Obispo; No. II from SanU Crux; No. It Monterey *xeur- Redared Rati- East. A materia! reduction In cecond- class fare to New York city Is au- nounced. Tbe-fare **I!I be 1.9.21. tnatesd of *t>4 *.:.. and will apply over all lines as far as Chicago and from there orer the Erie or Wanaah roada. Tbe same -ite will he made by the Southern PiclBs by rsll to New Orleans and by the comps'iy's steamer* from tber* to New Tork. The rste for the steamer Is for second-class cabin with berth and meals. j****oa**maamr*^^ I SPECIAL SALE! ! site*; SB 1-1 acre* (trfll rr-s*ir*Mride) on Hue of new electric road; elrvai- ed g*i*oa*d. flae view, on* mile frmit ***** BUtl-iB. 3. T. 1HW Dl. VKMTMKJtT CO.. SS* Ratssnto* fSt. Mr*. Crake, racontly from England, and a graduat* of on* of the largest ronr*ctlon*ry cooking -schools, 1* pr»par*d to tak* order* for all fancy pastry and rake*, or' any other branch of English cook- j log. Sb* can b* found at 111 Hawthorne avenae, Palo Alto.- Orders j Uksm for psrties, waddlnga and ra-! Wanted —Woman for general housework; three lo family. Oood wage* to right party. Apply It' | Bryant etreet. 11-lw" Wanted—Couple with one child . desire smsll colt see, furnlahed; oi i two or -three housekeeping room* j Address "C. K.," this offli-e. 29-lw* I An experienced children's ! maker wants sew in* Call or ad- jdresa Mrs. Flint, 1120 Mlddlefleld :road. 22-1 w ***** Mothers wltb Uttl* children aaod ao longer fsar croup, colds or whoop- lag congh. B**a Laxative Congh Syrup taste* good. It work* of th* cold throB-th tb* t«.w«is, claara tb* head Guaranteed Sold by Waits- gartnsr A Co. It For Rent—Furnished flsU, 3 and ij: rooms. Inquire 704 Itryant 11-iMnr* * ' For Ren^—Front 'rooms In L*d- * yard building, recently occupl*d by \^z**^kze m*** * ***o, »- '.«i a3 Scientific.American. Methodist Episcopal Cburch—- Corner Hamilton avenue and Webster street. Channlng A. Richardson, pastor. Sunday School at 9*46- n m. Presenilis service* at 11 a., m. and 7:30 p. m. Tbe aacred can-; tata, "The Rolling Seasons." wblcb wa* postponed from Wednesday evenlntc, will be given by the choir at the choir nlgbt servloe tomorrow nix hi. The following rill be tho order of tbe service: Introduction and rborus—"Fear Not. O le*nd." Haas *olo-~"n* Not Afraid." Mr. llatvlr. Chorus—"Re Olad. Then, Ye Children of Zlon." rholr— "Tbey Tbat Trust In the Lord." Solo, soprano—"As the Mountains Are Round About Jerusalem." Mr*. Richardson. Chorus—"Trust Ye In the Lord Forever." S..1-. ■ li.Tor.' Jehovsh's Awful Throne," W. C. Werry. Trio—"HU Sovereign Power. e.'1-houi Oor Aid." Choras — "We'll Crowd Thy Oates " Solo, soprano—"Wide ss the World," Mrs. Rocers. Hot©, soprano "Pral** Watteto Mi-s-. Talboy. Solo, 4-ontri.lt', "O Thoti Tbat nearest Prsrer, ' Miss Stlnson. • I Thou That Hear**** ■■■-•.^t** Kver Onward."1 MlM I'l-ham Byea or All Mr. Jeffi-r*. lami (>!«>ti4-*t Thine "■ '*•• . 1>*4F| *nd rhorua—"Thou Visit est ygsT, and chonia—-**Ta.a No. 3 Sale of Pajamas, Flannelette \ and Madras All $1.50 Pajamas AH $2.00 Pajamas All $2.50 Pajamas All $3.00 Pajamas 85c. 1.25 1.60 2.00 Higher Priced Goods in Proportion French Flannel Shirts reduced from $2, $2.50 and $3, to 1.25 Haskell & Co. Will Pay 10 Per Cent Premium on Clearing House Certificates $1.10 in Merchandise for a $1.00 Certificate mssmnmiuiiK
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      THE DAII-V PALO ALTO TIMES., ■ *■*•*>-a****-*-a-<a-*a»'a>«**-»'i**a-^ •J* About Job Printing Certainly you appreciate the value of a Tasty and Original Type Arrangement in your printing «*t Even the much despised billhead may carry with it an atmosphere of excellence if it bears the impress of "Times" Quality ,*• <* ,*■ Magazines Booklets Catalogues Programs Well, come in and talk over with us any printing you may have in mind. We Keep abreast of the latest typographical lore and have ideas of our own to which your are welcome jZ? A trial order always adds a new name to our list of prtrons jz? The Daily Palo Alto Times Phone Main 115 High Street and Lytton. Ave. il&PALO ALTO ! THEMILWAIiK€E ISTAST NERVE BRINGS FORTUNE! NKW OBUIHBR EXCEEDS THE BE- j n«OHA8HI OF PANAMA OAltAL QUIRED 8PKKO Or niOIOn ! BONDS DI8PO8E8 QT OPTKMI PKlt HOUL *" OOOD "WWA Santa Barbara, July **7,—The hun- drad-mll* endurance run ol tb* new cruiser Milwaukee waa not held yesterday. It waa found Impossible to jet a sufficient supply of fresh water In her tanks In time for tbe ruu. She* st-tried today on a four-hour straight away run out to sea and will cover 100 miles at h*r required speed ot SS knots per hour before returning to this port. The Milwaukee did better tban the Government required yeaterday, attaining a ipeed ot 22.SS knot*. Pr.J A. pardlner. eh.ef engineer of tbe Onion Iron Works, aald: "The iblp j haa lived up to and slightly exceeded [her requirements. The highest nutii- I ber of revolutions waa 142. She bu {only to maintain IS8.4. I am natur- lally pleased with results and .expect no trouble lo maintaining tbe required apeed for four hours. I spent much time during tho testa in thu engine rooma, and am able to say {tbat every part worked aa It waa I planned to work.'' Hew York. July 27.—It wa* reported yesterday tbat Samuel Byer- ly, tbe American Express Company clerk who obtained an award of IB,- SOO,000 Panama bonds from the Treasury Department, tfacceeded in disposing of his award at a good profit and tbat therefore hit option will not be forfeited on August 1. It waa aald tbat Byarly bad no difficult*- ln arranging the sal* of hi* bouda to a house which Is interssted ln tbe disposing of Panama bonds, bnt what tbe terms were la not know generally. Byerley'* profits, it I* said, may be as high aa 920.000 or 135,000. No deposit waa required of bidders, and owing to the peculiar condition of tbe money market Byer- ly took sharp advantage of tbe fact. i Four Cripple-- Get Into Bloody Plgtit. Ithaca, N. Y., July 27.—A disc*--, alon among four cripple* aa to which was the most unfortunate ended In a bloody fight In St. John*' Hotel, near the Lackawanna station, here last night. Abraham Spicar, wbo bos one shrunken leg, entered the hotel with a cripple who had lost both Isgs. Within they found a one-armed man talking with John Dlffin, th* proprietor, whose left arm wa* amputated at the elbow. The one-armed gueat started a discussion by saying he waa the moat unfortunate man ol tbe lot, and Splcsr put forward the claim of his companion. Ia tho course of tbe argument one ot the cripples drew a pistol, but before he could fire there was a general tolx- up, in which Splcer received several long scalp wounds. Splc«r haa sworn out - warrant for Direr., who, hi nays, hit him with hta own cane, charging assault in tha third d*froo. The other two cripple* have dlaap- whlch Major Dreyfus waa present." .Steamer Sinks In I-ak. Erie. Cleteland. O., July 27—In a heavy fog tbe steamer O. W. Blphicks, of the Gilchrist "fleet, crushed Into tbe new Mctton of th* East breakwater but night and sank. Seventeen persons were aboard, including the captain's wife and another woman, who were sav*4 by tbe life savers and by tbe tug Oro*r*r. Con-rent inn Dlacusse* Mission Work. Santa Crus, July 37.—/To-day's proceed I ncs of tbe State Christian Church oonrsntlon wa* almost entirely taken up by tbe Chiiftlaa Women's Board of Mlseoaa. Mrs. Alice K. Murphy pr**lded over tb* session, while Ml** Nancy N*ablt and Mrs. Judge Harris aeted ai secretaries, Tb* ses-ion closed wltb a reception given by the offlcirs of tb* board to tb* convention. To Supply Goat Milk. Petaluma, July 27.—Articles of Incorporation have been fllod for thu California Swiss Goat Colony. Thu object of tbe company ts to supply sanitariums of tbe State with goat milk. A condensing factory will be established In Petaluma which will can milk for Invalids. Dreyfus Denlen He Wa* Assaulted. Paris. July 27.—An official denial wa* lssu*d today regarding tbe rumor that Major Dreyfus had been as- aaultod yesterday by a brother officer at tbo Military Club. Tbe official statement says: "A denial of tbe most format kind I* authorised concerning the Incident whloh. It Is rumored, occurred last night at tbe Military Club during a dinner at which Major Dreyfua waa present. Former *(*>>ng*refisman Louttlt Dying. Stockton, July 27.—Ron. James Louttlt, tbe well known attorney and former Congressman from this dle- trict, 1* dying at Pacific Oror*. Bom* time bvfore th* great fire at San Francisco Louttlt sulf*r*d a stroke ot apoplexy. Harks Spot Where Reitiment Fought. New York, July *_t—Brigadier General James McLeer, of Brooklyn, accompanied by a-tew Grand Army veterans, started yesterday for Man- nassas. Va., to select a site for tbe monument in memory of the members of the old Fourteenth Regiment wbo fell In tho aecond battle of Bull Run. It waa here that General McLeer lost his arm. and today be aod bis associates will be guests of Mrs. A. K. Compton, widow, of Sergeant Comptua, who waa on tbe Confederate aid* In the battl*. The monu- ment, for which the Legislature ap* | proprinled 91,600, will consist of at granite slab. Killed by Touching Uf* Wie*. Los Angel**, Jnly IT.—Robert Gray, a Pacific Electric Company's lineman, was electrocuted n**r Blrd's station, on th* Paeadena Short ULn; yestirdxy. H* se-ci dentally touched a live wire. Prfaee Rng-mo Marat Klll«d by Ant*. Munich, Bavaria. July 27.—Prinee Eugene Murat was killed today by tbe overturning of his automobile while be waa on tbe way to Carls- l -*! «*»**» <gs^« •*>-*<*•*» t*"-*-.*-***^ THAWS IN FOND EHlUtACE. Pri*o-f.*r*s Young Wile aad . J<-th*» Hi**. Each Other as They Part. New York, July 27.—An affectionate ecca* in which Mr*. Wi.llaffi Tbaw, her daughter, Mr*. George L. Carnegie and Harry K. Thaw's wif* participated, took place at th* Tomb* Prison today while the three women were paying a visit to Harry K. Thaw. Thaw'* wife had been with him half an hour when his mother and slater arrived. The young wife and tbe prisoner's mother kissed each other several times. On leaving the Tombs the three. women drov* to tbe office of Clifford W. Hartrldg*, Wbo has charge of! •ihaw's defeboe. Mrs- Evelyn Nesbli Tbaw aald: "Brerything Is all right now." Detective* said to be representing the law firm of Black, Olcott, Oroher A Bonynge of New York w*r* ln Hlddletown yesterday making aa effort to locate Herbert Francis, an English chauffeur, who waa employed for more tban a year by Harry K. . Thaw. Thaw'a mother, It Is claimed, hopes to prove by Francis that Thaw acted Irrationally on various oeea- alons while tbe chauffeur was In this country. BRYAN TALKS WITH KING. King Edward Keoelve* .Nebraska*- 1st Private Audienoe, London, July 27.—William Jen- nln***s Bryan, wbo was introduced by Ambassador Held, waa received In print* audienoe by King Edward at Buckingham Palace today. Tbe visit waa paid at tbe King's special request, his majesty having notified Mr. Reid that be daalred to meet Mr. Bryan. ' Tbo Interview waa quite informal and waa marked by the pleasing cordiality which tbe King Is ae- eustomod to show Americana ln whom b* Is Interested. Only tb* King, Mr. Held and Mr. Bryan were present. The conversation largely turned on the subject of peace and tbe conference of tbe Interparliamentary union, with the objects of which the King showed himself thoroughly ln accord. McKlnley Coming From Chin*. Portland, Ore... July 27.—Horace j. G-—McKlnley, accused of conspiracy j in tb* land frauds In this State, Is said to be now on bis way to San Francisco from Ch I na and will arrive ' at tbe bay city within two weeks. He left San Francisco wltb "LttU* ! Egypt." a vaudeville dancer. Wave Reforms In Chin*. Wash I ngton, J uly 27.—*Marked evidence of tbe reform which is sweeping China can be seen In a recommendation of commissioners named by the Government to revise tbe cod* ot governing Chines* legal prooedure which was recently submitted to the Empress Dowager and Emperor for their consideration. Two revolutionary change* ln the l*gal procedure of China are suggested. These are the right of trial by Jury aad the employment of attorneys for tbe defense of criminals. Never In tho history of China baa the practice of law been recognized as a reputable profession. Th* study of law has been frowned upon from Urn* immemorial and only recently have. attorneys bean permitted to argue In courts, and this permission ha* b**a limited to court* la coast cities, where foreigners r*«ld*. Heretofore a class of scribes v*r*ed In legal phraseology ha* b**a autbor- l-M-l The Bait of Palo fliti Authorized CapiUL... „.. Paid Up Capital. Surplus and Und. Profit-..., ...•100,000 ... »40,000 ... IM.ono OBO. R. Paaxixaoi., I're-idaal JO.CPB ElDTCHIrl-OI., Vlo-.Pr-aU.at una, Oul IT, Assl C mm out of 100, th* uj*-to-daU business man pays bis bill* by chock. He do** ao for good reeeos-*, oa* of which la, that tba check give* an undisputed receipt for tbe payment If you bar* not a checking account, you should a** as without delay, for w* off«r depositor* every facility which thsir basin*** and bale no* warrant, and we respectfully solicit small and largo account*. GAS! GAS! GAS! ry Ru-a _t Vl dO Orates ami Lo-s Vl CIO Laaadrj Stares SoUcriot Faraafaa Gas Balaam! Ranges Caadj Faniac-s No Flues Necessary When You Use Gas THE BEST FUEL, IS GAS! GAS! GAS I S47 HIOH ST. PHONE MAIN 62 CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA W* are offering splendid business and residence site* la this growing and popular resort. Sas us for information. Aad lest we forget, remember, w* represent th* largest aad b**t Insurance companies ln th* world and solicit a share of your bualn***. Palo Alto Realty Co. John F. Byxbee and B. F. Hall Managers PALO ALTO, SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA •The Southern Pacific Company. WHAT WE HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR Cheap Rates East To Denver, Cheyenne, Colorado Springs, Pueblo and Trinidad aad return, gfifi. Bale date*— Aug. 7, S, .; Sept. I, 10. To Washington and return 107.00 To Baltimore and return 107.00 To Philadelphia, return.. 107.60 To Sew York and return 108.GO Boston and return 109.50 To Omaha. Council Bluff*. Paclflc Junction, St. Joseph, Atchison, Kansas City and retura .. 60.00 Bale dates Aug. 7, 8, St, Paul and Minneapolis and return 70.10 Duluth and return fl.BO Sioux City and return ... CMS Chicago and return 71.51 St. Loula and retura .... 17.Sf Memphis and New Orleoaa and return 07.11 Houston and *uin*ol* aad return II •<* I; Sept. S, 10. Tot full information a* to rout**, etc, aad la artaaglag for berth accommodation*, call oa, write or phon* C. SCHILLINGBBUBG. TO. r. * P. A.. Ban Jose. l. A. HAPGOOD, Agent. Palo Alto Depot. Good! Our High Test Mocha and Java... 3 lbs. $1.10 Best Mocha end f-Bfl........ - H.™3 lbs. LOO Hlgb Test Java and Cost* Rico.... „ , ,. Si lb*. LOO Moo (world famous) »».„... -. „ 4 lb*. 1.00 New Crop Teas, all kind* m „ Uo. up Poll line of Fruits and Vegetables. Orange Cider (soft) - . draught. Mrs. Brown's Eggs, all hug* and *i**ah. Comptc>-*/s Tea-C-r-ffee Store 321 323 University Ave. Phone Main 82 I * M*»*.*-4 *•«♦♦■>■♦«■.» ><»»♦««»»«
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      DAILY PALO ALTO TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL —-U — 1Q08. A gentleman once asked a little boy the question, "Who is the smartest scholar in school?" The little boy replied, "I cannot tell you, sir, because my father tells me I must not brag." We are not so modest as that little boy and we say without hesitation that we are manufacturing the best coaches which have ever, been offered in Palo Alto. . We guarantee them in every respect. Our window is full of them. \ McKIBBEN-BEAL CO. Phone Main 12 222 University Ave. PALO ALTO -eeeee-eeeeeeseeess a*> ONE A DAY j An average of oae aew eab- scrfbrr every day of lesae staee Jaaaary 1st makes aa Increase of 10 per cent la tbe value of Times adver- tisteg. srltboat aay coercepood- lag Increase ta rates. Tbe Daily Times Covers The Entire Local Held Por Sale—Lots Io North Palo Alto. 76x130. at 331.0 up. J. B. Palsy, ttt Emerson, For Sale—One single buggy, s doable-sested carriage, alao a good young driving hone. €27 Waverley street. Apply to f-tf 4-tf MISTT.I.1 ABBOTS. rurnlture bought snd sold by W. F. Pennebaker, Bit Emerson street- Phone White 4*7. lt-tf Tbe only branch Ib Palo Alto of tbe P. Thomas Parisian Dye Works. 27 Tenth street. Bsn Francisco. Is at 2Sf University avsnns, at ths Three Little Tailors. I, J. Bloom manager. Phone Black 111. i Six Days in The j delivered dally. 11 pars «»d wholes-Mae. Del ♦ j Bakery- Phone Bsrle A Co.. 91, or Sallows A Rhodes. Mala 78. Week WILL CONTEST IN CROW ESTATE BTBCBB AND NRPHBWS ALLBOK VJtttVK INFLIKNCP. WAS USED BY WIPE, f B-sta-e Now Forms portion of Port I*alo Alto Holdings East of CHy. A senssUonsI will contest wss (Ued In Redwood City 'yesterday In the estate of tbe late Msttbew crow by bis nieces snd nephews, Julia Btorcb. John W. Corey, Dennis M. Oorey, Margaret Welsh snd Jobn W. Dunn, through their attorneys, Ross A Ross of Redwood City. Mr. -Crow made a fortune' ln the Corn- stock and tamo to Rsvenswood a bslf century or more ago and pur* -chased the fine property that bow forms s part of the Port Pslo Alto holdings. Mr. Crow died last yesr and led the bulk of his estate to his second wife. Tbe will U dated Febmsry IR, 4901. and gives numerous bequests to Catholic Churches and missions aU over the world. .The petition contains six charges—thst It was not bis will, because be was aot able to make s will st Its date; that Mary -Crow used undue Influence and •disturbed his peace as to force him to execute lt; that she caused liquor to he served to blm to his severe mental Injury, snd thst many of tbe bequests mads to tbe Catholic. Chinese. Japanese snd French missions Were contrary to his wishes and views. His estate is worth over hundred thousand dollars. Ills widow wss msde executrix of the will without bonds and with full authority to sell snd dispose of the property without order of court. Tho Port Palo Alto Land Company^ secured n contract for the pur- chase of the estate from Mr. Crow a short time before his death, therefore the will contest could naturally bsve no bearing on the validity of the title secured by the company. IIMTRICT MEETING OP CONGREGATIONAL riiritrtif.*. Convention Is Held at Pacific Grove Dot-tor llsldwlrt Made of Board of IMrectors. and twenty-five days Ib the month. For these various rea- ADVERTISING in the Daily Times Pays and Pays Well. e 1 ♦seeeeeeeeavesaasessesee WANTS Kra N C H EC FOR *4 FRUIT a* CHICKENS*-' ACRB FOB 8ALB C-OUP. BAST TKRMS. CLASSIFIED. RATES The Baata Clara District Association of Congregational Churches. embracing all the churches of this denomination between Santa Crus and Baa Msteo. met this week st Psclflc Grove for a two-days' session. Soma Items of general Intereet at bows were the unprecedented action of handing tbe Burllngame friends wbo bars lately organised a Congregational Church a check of MOO. to be used In providing s temporary movable chorch structure to put upon tbelr 91,700 lot lately purchased. Tbe church officers present bsd bo sathorlty to borrow this Wsnted—Toung man would like money, bnt took tbe responsibility position as collector or similar ont- ss aa act of rsllowsblp. It was s of-door work. Refersaeee sad sx- +**♦♦*♦ One Insertion ISc Two loser lions 10c Three I nssrtlons I Re Pour insertions 4te Five iBBsrtfoBe , 4fe Six Insertions 40c Ons month $1.55 Each month following. .31.00 ■»• so eoe sss esses see see eases IN UPPER SANTA CLARA VALLEY The Rtebest la tbe World. Ill'I L1I1M1 LOTS. We Deal ta Bargalas Oaly. The upper valley Is Just waklag up. The hour has arrived. Tbe Bell Is ringing. FREDERICK HEBARD Mayfleld. UI. ADJACENT LEI.AND 8TANVORD Evelyn Nesblt Thaw refers to woman who Is said to bs her double bb "sn actress or something." Evelyn has a charming assurance whlcb notoriety does not diminish.—Portland Telegram Ths Dairy Time- -Ibe a week. WANTED. A_-BE8-K)B*S INBTRl'CnONS. Tb Owners ef Read Estate aad Per- Bsat thing to do snd was, dooe unan- P***""- Imously, — ■- ■■■■■ " Another Item of Importance to Wanted this denomination Is the Incorporation of the state-conference and the election of a bosrd of llrsctors con- Address X T, Times office T-lw» | IBs ■-'*- — '■-.'■■■ "- ■ owns Plain sewing. ReMon-!***;* able rates. CaU at 633 Ramona &"!fc!?__rB_w-fctwstrV strsst. f-lw* j iBeM (iv« a stm-scerof - StUmbl •v rciiunai e-ai-h ami avcry person *• I*. y -la.< i*f pi.-p.Hy iu annually, tluisax .thi o. Matth. April -* H*y. it'c sbbsbT T»u si nt al! prossny owe Mesd-T ia Mar A al I .•sees , r _ i lUlimeil .laoarinr imnant due Wasted—Two furnished rooms slstlng of twenty-one msmbers. The *** bo*_*mtn * K3,_ft_. ,w?"' ,ort Z lady with r-year-old child and nurse. corporation can receive bequests snd Addr#M Boi 100. Times office. •-«• hss a contlnoed life. s.hlch Is Isek- - ■■- Ing while It remained unlncorpo- Wsoted—To do whitewashing «r . _ ., .. _ , general Job work around the place. rated. Tbe oojectloo to Ineorpora- KaiTtm_j. j. Ha ra. care of Pato'STjiiy. tloo has always risen from the fear Alto Transfer Company. 4-3-ltB* of the 'denomination thst such cen- ' ' ' ' . "'„,.._." _. , . . „ ,. . . . Wanted White glr for general trsllxatlon may mean Interference howwork: two fiulU In family. 1= with the Independence snd authority Apply mornings, 311 Lincoln eve* u h mech mon uttsfadory io uw of tbe local church. Ths mstter hue. !__!__^; ..t. JC^ came op at tbe state meeting last •»•■•.__->_ a r« .n«„rr..in. f-a- * P eiAe»..i*r-t, An***.., .., eai. ..anted—A few engagement a for: *_.»..,..•_, h»» mi <^r.w •■ tin .«u._h»u If you hi.ia nvr>rlh-ac«a afilnal otiw-v aanrl li moitfu-a lUtemenl »h"a>tn( atnoant Jut- OL MCh in(iisj(-Kc un tht Bin M.-oJav of Mtttn St " I ta'ckxk m. So .haiavac-n ht mttlr of the iiact-O. -Jter h* irnt hla -sank*, irvar M lh* board nf iupti»iw^ > i tba «nl Jkasday In h_ly. Ttv- ht-r4 llMn -aat isaeWlsOoa -m-ia, iha av^iUi _ !"_*".iv1 _, .-Mtseir, lh. tawaxx and lai t.atlrrtot. ——-■-*■ " r~ ~'-_Z" ____ vtaBieu—a lew eflgagsmeais ioT:*tUrit..rtL h*» n October and has Just been referred dreesmsklng. Apply Miss Cooper.!**, a'Tfcn.v.i to the churches by the usual method 333 Waverley strer-t. of referendum, and tbs preeent com- ~" mltti-n Is authorised to bold ofBee . _ lAWT. until ths nsxt annual meeting in Oc- Lnet Tueeday, tobsr. This district association had and Palo Alto. 10-lw-c I __* j_**i ____: l. «,Smtn, «»aM-ut. bstweeji Mayfleld Scotch trareJlBg: Political Announcements the right to nominate one member "•«• Rrtura to Mrs. Thomas Cross. and th. choice fell upon.Rer. C. O. »"**"■ "« ******* rew>rd- ^'^ ** T°W° CT#rk" Baldwin of Palo Alto, who Is st prss- Lost—In Pslo Alto or csmpus, or ent a member of the tentative com- between tbe two. a 110 guldptece. mlttee wblcb has just been endorsed Ptedsr please return to lit Chan- by tbe referendum. nlng even as or Tlmss offics. 11-tf One llttls fact or Interbst wss' ^^-"Osa^lsWT. meatloned In connection with the Por Rent—Two sor-v furnished rallurs of the California branch of front rooms, with board, C. L. Oaklsnd. which was tbe ckurrh Plsce. 113 tbs Circle. 14-tf JOHN D. BOYD (Incumbent) Election April 11. 1MI. Lecture oa Malaysia. The Illustrated lecture ob "Malaysia" to be given by Rev. Mr. Beal Mondsy evening at the Christian Church, will consist of a description of Southeastern Aals snd the Islands along ths Malay peninsula. Tbls Is tt region rich in natural reseat but lnbsblted by sn Indolent sad semi-barbarous people who "toll sot, neither do they spin, yet Solomon In all bis glory was not arraeyed Ilka oae of these.'' Tbs traditional wild man of Borneo, wa are, Informed, will be de- scribed together with the strange and wierd customs of tbe head bunt Ing Dyaka, Illustrated by views of tbslr bats decorated with human Skulls. This lecture should be of great educational value, revealing as It does the religious aad secular customs of tbe mixed races of the M-Uay archipelago. The time of beglnlng Is announced at t o'clock sad tbe lecture Is free. Tbe question of a charter for Palo Alto Is by far tbe moet Important laaue lu tbe coming town sleetiou. The people ought to koow bow every candidate steads In tbs mstter. If tbe charter carries, tbe board to be dleoted how will bsve only eight •months to serve. No trustee should be elected who will think more of saving bis term of ofllce thsn ot respecting tbs wishes of tbe people. For Town Marshal aad bank of tbe city. Mr. Edoir. the es>| For Rent—Sunny ~flsV "a«~"fe«|™ Collsctos^- ecuttve bsed of Ibe California Pro- rooms, furnished for housekeeping, Apply 201 tectl.e Association.—-the liquor m Chsanlng dealers' association—Is the receiver.'—. - ^_____ snd In tbe case of every cburcb note.' *** Rent—Cbotee of whlcb thsre were perhaps twenty' iJ^VfJ^ *-«sekeeping. of various denominations, he wrote1 Homer., 11-tf fur- 334 Ho- It-tf-c the fsee of each tbe figures! *** R«t-ms-room cottage rear or residence. "100 per cent." coin avenue. Apply :.c: Un* 3-3S*lm-c T,rk~._ ttm (•«__•________* _-_.»_• I r°* *•»-—Three rooms fur- Tickets for Symphony Concert, j bu^ for housekeeping, with piano Preparations sre rapidly making.: snd sewing machine 454 Hamilton both here snd In Bsn Frane-sca. for| •!__■____: , ***** tbe grand symphony concert to be given tn the Congregational Cburcb on Tueeday evening, April list. The SSle Of tickets Will open St tbe University drug store and st ths campus bookstore on Monday morning. April 13tb. An eastern professor says a girl who eaat cook shouldn't marry And hs might have added neither should the man who lacks the ability and tbe Inclination to provide something to cook.—Weekly CallstogUn. The Daily Time* •oeaeeeeooessi 10c a week. Palo Alto Creamery TELEPHONE JOHN 4JI. * Pars Milk isd Cr*eas de. • ttreeed. Por Rept—Furnished rooms Apply 317 Mlddlefield road. Pboae Black 801. IT-lw* Por Rent—Stable for two horses. or will board two horses. Pbons Red 111. 337 Ramona street. Naka- btura. l-3w* To Rent—Furnished bouse of eight rooms on University nvenue. Addrsss Box B, Tlmea office. 6-tf Por Root—Eleven-room unfurnished house, kowo aa Hotaltag bouse, three miles from Mayfleld, on Page Mill road. Address C. P. Trim. Box IIS, " I road. Adi Msj-aeid. FOB SALE. Por Sale—At cost, artistic bungalow of six rooms. C. L. Place. 113 Circle. M-t. For Sals—Lots In tbe Ssale tract- Choice locstion. C. L. Plsce. lis Cl^le. 14-tf For Ssls—Almost new cut-under surrey, Studsbeker's latest and swsllest make: tees than half cost price 434 Tseso street • t-lw Por Sale—Lots Ib Stanford Park. Sewer, water snd shade tress are being put ln. C. L. Place. US Clr- clo. 14-tf For Sale—Reclining go-cart, good as aew: cheap. TSS Homsr avenne. 10-tw» I JAMES STRONER Election April IS. IMS. H. W- SIMKINS Etectlaa April 13, 1>03. Fior Trustee— Wanted WANTED Wantcd All the good people of Palo Alto, especially the newcomers, to know that we carry a full Hue of Ranges, Water heaters and Heaters, and are always ready to demonstrate the use of same / ^^^_^^^___________________________ PALO ALTO GAS CO. PHONK MAIN 62 mtl MIOM «T. a. «**_•*«» a_«i**'i** aw.». *v_* *-» *. -a, Mmma, - - me, mbbmuu ELECTRICITY For Light and Power Purposes Apply To Doited Gas & Electric Co. Palo Alto and Raylwood City ■ -_ a., — -_—.-—._—- ____________ isa_i i.imi.-m i_i,ti iaa^,Talalaiaai,» _■-■ _a wS-'SW'-rS'S waXSSxmW "•■-*—*—»—,.w» pp. — B..W rl.B'.w rm—f PAr—p ,^^,K-- -*V ^—p SPALLDING'S Pacific Cleaning and Dyeing Works 84.1 Callfon-a axawas, aaa FibikIbco. Oihao. M BBJBX, aa—BU lor all l-Tllorr t-rwr-B MnaaUla aarw aad R-lwood OH,. taSM phaa. White mi. OaU. |Maa Bat m. I°* ____, Pslo Alto, with I_._a.rD. thr laBar. ROBERT COMPTON Elrctlon April 11. 1,01. Far Warsaal— E. P. WEISSHAAR , (Incumbent! Election April IS. 1303. Por Town Clerk— C. H. JORDAN UBd.paBd.Bt Caadldata) Elrctlon liondar April IS, 1801 For Town Marsh*! aad Tax CollBttor— H. A. RAMSAY ElactlOB lloadar. April 11, 1,01 G. H. ALLEN OIL CO. We have taken the aaBaBcy tor CLBVBLAND HOT BLAST OIL Br 1LNEH, lanorlally **-r-*r-*--* tor Cook Stoves, ITaagis &nd Par- aaess. OaU at oar odkes aad sse oae la operation. SBO High aln IT. LA§" P_-_-JvC\-rGItlENHOUSES --^5}|^-e-i ' FUNT A FUNT. Props. , Plovvers, Plants and decorative work OORNBB HAMILTON AVE. AND HALE ST. PHONE MAIN ITS _\ irrrr»»»a-»^^T»3»bskbb<»>s.>*»>>sggg>«absss>»kib»»»»s>g ♦s-eseeseseeeseseeases-seeee sea esse essesseeee sseee s ess Because It te called RUTS Toxicodendron. Rhus Diveralloba or Rhus Radlcana doee not maks an attack of Poison Oak aay easier to bear. Hall's POISON OAK CURB relieves with ths flret application and effects a rapid curs. Applied to the face aad arms before going oat makes a delightful toilet application, mitigates Tan sad Sunburn and prsvsBta contagion from Poison Oak. k Made aad sold for fifteen years by tbe EAOLE DRUG OO. ISS l'Diversity Avoaae. (Tellow Front) Palo Alto, CaL eseesseeeaseeeseeeesseseeeeeesesseeeeeaesseeee s-ss-s #l| Stanford Home Bakery JONN NIC0L. Proprietor All kinds of Baker. Goods. Cskrs aod Paxtrir. for niter. tsinmcots. parties aad wed- datuja a n_7ci.lt-. Only tbe beat materials _**_. Hi Uahersity 1ft. hi, Alto ♦««*» I sa aaseseeees Bay, Grain, Wood aod Coal Delivered at market rates I Corner Alas strsst sad , HasHltea avsaus. Pate, Alts ♦ OpposlU Freight Dspot "The pace that kills"' te oae that requires a great deal of money to make aod none of tbe poorer rlsssss need worry over losing tbelr Uvee Ib tbst manner.—Nevada Miner- Transcript Tbe Canadian government ts going to abolish saloons on the Yukon I Collars and Cuffs. Domestic t Finish X Stanford Laundry *, Cor. Bb-Bhsbs strsst aatd Pos-eet J ai issi THubssw Red Bl. »♦»
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      THE DAILY PALO ALTC TIMES PROFESSIONAL ATTORNEYS. S. W. CHARLES FREDERICK SCHNEIDER Attorti.va.at-l,aw, 13.. UnlTDMltv avenue. Palo Ail. Ph.D. Main Ul DENTI8T8. OEO. BLAKESLBY LITTLE DMafawt OHIca, aladlson-Tholls Ii.ii1.id. Palo Alto. CI. A. A. MAC INTYRE, D. II. ... U U. » Oraduat. Danul Dcoarunent, i:ni ▼orsltr ol Pennsylvania, I'bllad.l pbta. Post Graduate. 80000. w Prosthetic DCDIIstrr. Atlanta Oa Haskell Post Oraduat.. China.. School of Orthodontia, «tc. Charaw. rwaaonabl.. Offlc., »dyard bnlluiaa Palo Alto. Hours. 1:30 a. in. to 4-3. p. m. MEDICAL. DHL A. J. VILLAIN, Pbvatrlaa aod Hanttsow. Lat. of Sao Pranclsco: hones. 1 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Offlc. aod rwald.ne.. Hamilton avenue and Ita- mooa etreat, Pslo Alto, Cal. T.ls- phon. Main 147. WANTS CLASSIFIED. Wanted—f.irl (o help with hous< work, 527 Homer avenue 21-2t* Wanted—U*e ot saddle horse for taking care of him during summer. Address Box 784. Stanford University. 16-lw-c Ube Cburcbes All 8alnU Chun li Conor H-irtiil- ton avenue and Wa.s-rf.^ -:■-■ I »oii;* id M. Ilrookman. rOXttat S*-r vine* for Jinn* - >l. ihe Fourth Sun day aflfr Trlntt. lit* u n h<>\) coromunl.in; t* (". a m . School: 11 a. m., mornltin pram i a» llli-tliday - ar-pris* Tbe ladle* of the Christian Church gave a birthday surprise last even* Ing to Mr*. M. E. Beat, mother of tbe It* * CbmrU* I. Bnal, tag pastor of the local church. The evening [*Sr-ea very pleasantly and Mrs. Baal wis Dtad with a w»t*:r set and fruit dish. The ladle* served light refreshments. I THE BANK OF PALO ALTO | p. pi sermon Stranger* and visitors art cordially Invited to these services. Furnished front room and bath for rent, (lib Itamona street. lS-tf Far Kent.—Five-room furnished cottage for July snd August. Apply At irfftf.****T| 1037 Itamona. or at 281 Addison. 17-lw* rOR HA luft. , Congr**gatlonnl Church—Rev, C G. Baldwin, pastor. Morning service al 11. The subject of tin* morning sermon. "'The Past of K.iltli '■• Evening servhv at •* "The 1-.- *,t Faith." Sunday School at IS: 15. Young People's Society at 6:4G DR R. M. OLSSON-SEFFER Veterinary Surgeon. Offlca: bit Alma street. Main SO. Residence: 112 Clrcl*. Phon* US. Pbon* MAHSAQR. .Mr. Vsrlan'a system ot maasag* Is curatlv* In narvou* ill******, ladl- gaatlon, kidney troublss, etc. Offlca hour*, room 16 Madlson-Tholts, 11 (to II. 1:30 to 2:20. Patient* can bs treated at hi* bom* offlo* or at thalr rssldsnces If preferred. Rssldsnca telepbons Rsd 166; offlos telephone Black 102. HOMERIAN HALL HOITT SCHOOL FOR BOYS Thirty-third Molester open* August 12, 1907 In our now school boms In Evergreen Park, adjoining tha Stanford University grounds. Address Principal W. J- Meredith, Menlo Park. Cal. Palo Alto, Cal.. after August 1, MRS. SARA BIBBY-BROWN Vocal t UItUre. JJtudlo 681 Forset Avsnus, c*rn*r Wsbstar. MISS SUSIE McCOWAN. (Formerly of Htrotynskl *% Oa San Praaclaco.) 2j|al|-1ll-**llig. Manicuring, Shampoo Ing, Scalp Treatment, Facial Msssag* and Singeing. 540 Kn-rtos Streri. near fnUerslty Avenue. Phons Whit* 141. For Sale—High trap. In first-class condition. Call at lienepo'* stable*. 20-2t* For flnlo.—Gentle horse, a good roadster, with harness and Stanhope. Apply Time* offlce. 17-lw* For Bale—If you want a rig cheap see Co-operative Land A Trust Company, who are offering a surrey, trap and single buggy. 7-tf For Sale at a bargain.—Lot* In Sunnyside. Evergreen Psrk and Palo Alto. Address the owner. F. W. Fot Palo Alto. 17-2w* Unitarian Churrb—Corner Channlng avenue and Cowper -'i*'ci. Sul- ncw It. Snow, minister. 8n*l»lflg*J under the direction of a »tandlng SOnV n-ltteo during summer vacation Sermon will Im* rend by a niemti-r of the church at 11 a. m Suuday Sebool at 10 a. m Pra For Sal* at a bargain, or will rent to re*pon*th)Q psrty, new six-room modern hotis«, partly furnl*h«d. Pantry, bath, basement, coal and gaa range*. Inquire 808 Fulton street. 29-lm-c l,onr. Ixtit—Monday afternoon between 3 nnd 4:30, fire opal stick pin, in plain setting. Finder please leave at Time* offlce. 18-4t Lost.—Between Palo Alto snd Redwood Clly, wblte Australian spits; answers to tbe name of "Dewey." Identified by drooping left ear and faint tan apot* on back. Reward If return to Dr. C. W. Decker, 610 Waverley street, Palo Alto. 17-1 w-c ltenr|*e'* boardln*- barn and *tor- ngr house, 17- Hamilton avenue. Furniture bought and sold by W. F, Pennabaker. 638 Emerson itrsst Phone Whits 497. ir.tr Tutoring In Latin. English and grammar grade studies. Apply Miss Ooodspoed, 329 High •trout. 16-lw* Tbe only branch In Palo Alto of thn P. Thorns* Parisian Dy* Works, 27 Tenth street, San Frsncisco, Is st 26s University svenue, at the Three Utile Tailor*. I.. J. Bloom manager. Phone Black 111. • Bread dellverea flatly, pare nnd wholeasin**. IVI ■ tahrry. Fhtme Pnller A t«... Mnss PIANO TUNER AND REPAIRER O. H. MacMeekln. with Benjamin ■ Cnrtaa A Son, la permanently located at 688 Hawthorne avenue, Palo Alto, 1 and Is prepared to give perfect **»*•' (action In si) plsno work. Phone, James 407. Piano polish for sale. PIANO CARE Mr, Jean Caspar*, of San Jose, expert tuner and repairer of musical Instrument. Is prepared to undertake any commissions in this tine In Pslo Alto aad vicinity at reasonable rates. Absolute satisfaction guaranteed. Specifications snd estimate* fur any work gladly furnished. New and ascond-hand organs and plsno* always on hand. Refers by permission to Dr. B. C. Blodgett. Correspondence may b« addre*y*ed to Jean Caspar*, care Time* offlce. Subscribe for The Tim** BATHS a I New . I. .ni hathi-oonu Inst X put lit. nur shaving and iialr- * rutting recommend themselves. I The new liarl-rr shop. • Children's hair-cut ting a X s|*ecUlty. E. F. BURKHART. BeCsUrlcal Kngtn«-*t*r. Electric wiring, auppllss and fixture*. Phon* Main IB. BIB non »tr**>t. DO YOU WANT MONEY? U so so* tha J. T. DUNN INVKSTMKNT CO. They have an abundance and will loan you any amount at market rats*. anther flat or Inveatmant loan. VOCAL Cl'l.Tt-HK. Mlas Laaa Talhoys Is praparad to take Toeal pupils. Sll Mlddlefiald isjgvd. j John A. Miller ♦ 1118 University Avenue. The Fundamental Principles in the building of lho Vose Piano we:— 1. The *ioentific production of each s- ■■ mm.-■ part. 2. The skilful combination of all the parts. The l-OMltt is Vote Quality. SOU. CVRTAZ 5 SON, 1615 Van New Avenue Saa PrcDcinco, CaL Ring* Little Liver Pills keep the system clean, tbe stomach sweet. Prompt relief "or headache and biliousness. Oood for sll the family. Sold by Walngartnor A Ca -hyterlan Church--■ It*'*. Unisys, pastor Sabbath School, t. m. Preaching service, ll a. hrlHtlan Kndeavor, 6:4* p. in. tg an ilit. X p. m. Al ths- iii'iru- rvke the pastor wtll give an ad* on "The 1'hsroaha of the Op- *ii and the Kiodu* a* known the Egyptian Monuments." A 1 invitation Is given to all who .■ijrr io attend. "Dud** and Orak**,*' Tbe origin uf tb* cuitiioua say lug -Matlai* ducks and drake* with one's money" la attributed to a game de- *M-rlU-*l lu tbe word* of an old writer as "a kind of sport or plsy wltb an -tUter shell or stone thrown Into water and making circle* yer It slnke" If tbe stone emerge*.once, it Is a duck: If It emergiM more thau once, the gaui« pruc<-wds ***•<•>rdlnt* to the following rhyme; 1. S. A du<k ani) a drak*; A And a hxltpmaay cmkm; *. And * penny to pay th* old taker: A A tocp sn a *tot>aa I* a'.'.ttur notch. A Mil-:.4-rntn. 4*tlaUi**run.. Take lur' The cauie la evldeutly the same a* tbat played even today by every boy wbo ba* Ri-era* to • pond or a <jnlet rivsr when In* tries tw make a smooth stone skip along tbe surface of tb* water. Its connection wltb the [-op- alar phrase Is, ot coiirme. only a vaetm- phork'Mi one to indicate be*-*il*4**->«aeA* In tb* 11*-' Of li,-.liry I'nltar'an Chunh Corner Channlng avenuo and Cowper streets. Kidney ii. flnow, mfnister Servi*--.-* ot a siandlng coramltti-e during summer vacation .Service* on June 23d will be at 4 p. m. Methodist Episcopal Church. June 23, 1»07- -Morning service nl 11 o'clock. Sermon by Hev Edward Jams*, superintendent of OHm-ne missions Specisl music t'uet, "Hock of Ages" t nibble». Miss Talboy nnd Mr. JeflTers. Solo. ltec.-*»|on- al (OeKovent. Mr. Jeffer*. Evening Berrlce 8 o'clock. Address hy Prof. O. M. Johnston of Stanford Cnlverslty. Special music: Trio. "Down by the Living Waters" t Mer- * .uliiiitf i. Miss Talboy, Miss Stlnson and Mr Jeffers. Solo. 'The Plain* of Peace" i Harmird). Mr Jeffers In addition to the above named set*- rtOns, lbs regular Sunday school will in* lii'UI at '• I', a. m . and tiw K\>- worth I-eague at t.4b. p. m. -Te th* B.tts- Eod." (lne of tin* most lutereMttug phase* of the "tinl.v of iatiiruitge s tlie p.-rallnr manner in winch words and piira**** originating In mlstskes f.nally jrro-r Into the eotnutou spstvli of tln*> people An ln-t;iii. ■- of thts Is the esprewiMton "to the Mtter end." wblcti Is commonly used **> denote tbe final extremity of a crisis. Altbn-uirh j«-rfiH-iiv prt>p4>r tmlay. It I* In maliiy a mistake. Tbe t**«fr--ct phrase is **tu the better end'" and arose from tbe fact that when a vessel ba* p*ld out all ber cable In a storm It has run out to the end which ha* been Ultle osnl aud thi>rrfore to tbe better end. Daniel Defoe use* th* pro,nt phr*** in "ltohlnaoo t'i-u*oeH ln hi* dascriptlon of tbe stonu at Tar- mouth when be says, "W* rode wltb two aaction- ahead and the cable* v****- •tt out to lb* better •jad.'* t " Thre* Hundrtid ThewMnd Muedoea. Fcrrtunatety the dark days wbenCor- alca resembled a huge battlefield Survive only as a terrliile memory of tlie peat Today we eati hardly credit tb* fact tbst !*■(-*. i***.! tb* jfiir* lwKtU and 1720 »■),<««> iK*oiiie were murdered out of rvreuge and that during thirty-one year* of laat century trota 1KJI to IV..' Hi.- number of murder* was *•- tltnatad at 4JW0.-Wlde World Mag* sine. Christian Church—Florence atreet and Lytton avenue. Regular service* wilt occur Sunday. Pastor will speak at both service*. A cordial Invitation 1* extended to the public. HI HINEJ-.S I a its—In Menlo Park. hoxlSS foot. !'!.'■ 0 up. Including sewer, water, macadamlied street*: one- fourth cash, balance tn monthly payment*. Get In now and mak* som* money. Menlo will grow. Watch It. G. Oetraodsr. agent, 10-lw-c First Church of Christ. Scientist Servlie* In the Madlson-Tholts building Sunday at 11 a. m Sub- J4*.t. Cfcrlttlan -Vlenc- ' Sunila. St tu.ol at 10 a in W.-4 l-h tan*tteo- nial inm-tlng Wednesday evening nt Iniv K.-.i i] tan i to to nlUlly lnvlte.1 D «l:iii> cvr.pi :80 p. tu i'ut>- KSTAlll.lSHKS 111 SINKS iv *.\\ i itwnst'o Mr and Mrs Jnmes E Ktia-*p nre here tn spend n month wl'li Mrs Knaiv*1 fmher. It It McKlhbag Mr Knapp has r**c*>nt!y e*tabtlshf-d a business In San Francisco at Fifth ami Marital streets The firm It known a* th*' Standard Hardware and Food Company v ■ j and Mrs. Kttnpp will make thalr hOflM In Sail Mnteo. having serurctl < a cottage USSTW. Snn -lo**- Train T**ni«ht. The San Pom th**ater train will | make It* first run tonight. This ; train, which hni* bnoa put on for the I accominodtftlon of ihe pi-o|.I>- |..-- )--.i***n I'alo Altti snd San J<3*e. wltl {leave San Jose at 11:30 p. ui and {run as fnr »* Palo Alto tt will tn* Dally Time*. 10 cants a wsak. WOMEN , ♦ t * Owing to the late arrival J I of spring woolens I shall J X sell 35 suitings at less than X X New York price. Suitable X X tot ladies' skirts. X E. Klein TAIMIII X Near Poitoffict. » Aothoiiard capital .100,000 I--I.I W|> 4".000 suri'lus and Dti.ll.ldrd pmrita 8J4.IIOO OCO R I'AKKINHON. Pnaldsat. C 8. DOWNINO. JOSEPH HUTCHINSON. Vlts^Prw. H F CONODON. Aaat Caa*la, Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Paid On Savings Accounts. Safe deposit boxes, from Sa.oo to $6.00 per year. wm*a*^wm**t"*AW>--kwm«^^ w*»s*^.**>-**#^*av-a**i *a.ww s*a.»»a **»w,*** w-s$ We Usually Talk About Good Things to Eat Thl* weak w* introduce good things to drink. Pslo Alto Sods Water, "Ths Soda Water with tha Rsd Neck Label.'' This Soda Watar Is g-uaranteed absolutely par*. Think what this mean*—every bottle la guaranteed. It is far ahead of ordinary "soda" aad we want yon to try It- W* aall a good deal of It now, but shall aell lots more whsn It get* battar known. IMlvrred-r-lleg-ttlar size, ISOc per Aoaeux pints, 78c per do*. rtample* furnished to tnterestcd i*srtle*. Earle& Company Phone Main 37. 150 UniversityAve. We hare taken tbe agency for the new ItlCHAKI'SON OIL IH'KN- KK. rsi-eUll- a.' for cook stovsrs. ranges, and tarr%AureO. Call onr office* and aee 01 In ....crmUon. St0 ***** S,rert F**>** *A*bx 17 G. H. Allen Oil Co. i--v»-i»-*.*.we*.*-*.*. mtXtm OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 1»B. II. C. I'llKLPK. Oraduate American School of O* toopathy. Kirk-,111*. Mo. i:c Unl verslty avenue, Crandall building Hours, * a. m. to t p. ax, Phoa* Main 7*. KKatnlnatlons tree. T?«a**| meiits given patient* at home If dr sired Lad? attendant at lb* olfic* at all hours. Redmond Theatre * ELECTRICITY For Light and Power Purposes Apply To TIi.h- .ut* a uiMiiivr of good |*n> j ater* at San J«*ee and during next .ft**]. The Holy rtty" win Ik* on tba I boards at the Kcdmojut Tli.;nt..r The] j only way ihat this eonveoient train 1 can be made regular Is for people to patronlxe It. Seen re* i . -m,. l*-rivlleg*e*i. R. F, Ooe. a brother of Mrs. Bert Howdeshell. who has been in Palo Atto for some time, ha* eecured the exclusive amusement privilege tor the big casino at Santa Cruz. He will put on a moving picture show and will bring from tbe east aa et- eellent vaudeville troop. Mr. Coe went to Santa Crux today to complete plans for opening the amusemsat feat area. San Jose intone Main 55fl. J . Am WEEK OF JUNE 24th ~ ** ED. REDMOND COMPANY * NEW Miss izetta'j4lwel ''*■' \ United Gas & Electric Co. i f Palo Alto and Redwood City Wwsw.l»WI>«»w<w»^»S>w>»S.wm,w>Wsw^»W,W.|»^.,T|..Tl,1,i>.li IX THK nEAI'TIPI'L PAHOBaVIl PL..Y "THE HOLY CITT' ART STORE S39 Emwraow S4»W4. M.\TIWan« WEDNESDAY. 8ATVR- DAY, SIX1.AY Master Ooorft. Dllsal haa reuiro.-.l from a two-months' visit la Southtro CalKorala. EVENING PRICES 10 AND 25r. MATINEE .'KICKS 10ANT.S0T. I A FHW RESERVED SEATS AT B4K.' 4 Reduction Sale • In tavdlea- Waia4 Pastrrwa, X Whrrl DoUsaa, l>rawn-wnrk Ta. * ble I'..»rr.. Bwnsww Sauta, * ! Haadaarrhsrfs, CoUaxa, «4c ♦ > the senDJFii i Stanford Home Bakery slOHiV WC0L, Proprietor All kinds of Bakery Goods. Cakes and Pastries for entertainments, parties and weddings a specialty. Only the best materials used. .15 Uiherjjty ak. Pilo Art*
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      DAILY PALO ALTO TIMES. WEDNESDAY, SEIT. 15. 1909 I Save Money v On Our Saturday Specials OacoI Tea. lb - .tto English Breakfast Tm. ■'A, pars CoIm. f> lha for..Sl Comb Robot .. .* ' Am. Borax ttoap. I ban. .tto i pkg*. SUrcb *Dry Onions, lb. le Pink Beeae, 1 tb* Interesting Services at Revival fleeting Sallows b Rhodes SAWTA e-a-Uh Phone 73 PAXdO AI.TO l.l.ni.l.i.lsl Hiil.Ml - PIKIVK*. AK um imiTTa ttttt "\\ it **ov *,i\(.s ihnwrLV. The verdict of Ibuee llBteoing to Evangelist Holmes at the Christian Church II "better and tieltrr. seemsd to think bU Irat srl'rfs s were most excellent, bet last night th* r 11 bui was rearbed. If waa not Ibat be aald so many new (tinge* oar neighbor. that made tbe sermoa so Intereattac but by aew arraBgement. new em phasls and br apt Illustrations tb. things ws bsve heard empbaslied from childhood aa "Quail fleet Ion* for Service" became far inoro vjie! than we had co-aldsi ■ d Ibem to be. Ur. HolmM U able to make tha ordinary things of InisrMl. and for thai reason meat be class.*, wltk ths leading men la hU Use of work I "A"bile tbe Blieadaace aeeme aatall te 'him. yet tbe cburrb people are delighted aad roll or hope. Then. loo. tb* people who beard hint oa Monday night ware bark agaii [fee more last algbt. aad this will soon give him a crowded boaei j Thoee who attended tbe morning service- ware very load la tliel ' praise, and this murning Mr. Holme, I began a study of tbe personality and [work of the Holy Bplrlt that prom tlsea to be very latersellog Indeed. ; The morning aervtreg will be he! . .at lt o'clock on Tuesdays. Wedn_* dsj-t. Tbaradays aad Prldays. thai p t*. If tber* I* BBftVleai interest to ; demand there, aad there sea aaa aa ; question bat thai there will be. t BUICC MODEL te '**** *** **** *** anrwoaced for all -._, a- a-,, _.-_ .«. IMS weak. Tbe subject tonight wtll COne II MO See It he The Divine Name." .nd Mr jST^NPORD AUTO AND, MANUFACTURING CO.:"•*»•■ p******n to show by diroet Sll AI *€A ~r*-_~*~~T. quotation of acrlpturo that *. , name of th* church ramn rrom Ood, . ,„ ■ , i - "^ ' , , _ ***** *°* ******* *****- _____ _-—.___., s«. *** ***•**■ *****r the direction of ******* TOt, TOLL CS Mim Wito0B ,a p,_,lBg m apiaw-td wbat raa waat la the way af re- faatar* of the meeting Th*-** _lr* we will to glad te/fla the work : few women that paaasse the ability as promptly tad csrefolly as paMl-! " • ****** *** ***** m Uto Wttaoi ,,lp | haa revealed It. aad ibi*. coupled with bar pleasing perao_alltr. makes work of creat valae. Her rap*ill> dtuppearlng, {and It Is expected that by tonight soon so .. eaa Ss yoa _,.. w)|1 ^ ^^ uk(. M th# ^ ***' work. She has a full, rich oonti-II- B. 1*I.Fllil.Kit. j -olce, aod flngs "with Iba spirit and TOI High fit Pboae MIX "** ond"»lrt«n**ln« " Any one can see that her whole heart la In her i 1 work. All are warned that the aer- , vlees begin nn time -T:Jt i evening. Do not be laie -mn will i miss Bomrt-lsg lr yoa do t AMP *.l I I HHOWt THAT MARS IS HOT IMI UUTKO Ssn Fraadec-o, Sept. IS— la^tbe absdow of lbs great l.Uk telescope, asdrr whlcb lbs body of tha beneficent rounder of the observatory U -rn--**. ia 'alone.* director W. W. Campbell yesterday threw down ibe. gauge of balUe to tbe aatronomora of the world to sot forth a scrap'of possible evidence tbst lite planet Mars Is Inhabited. The director bowled over all tb* pet theories that bsve been cherished for many yesrs hy noted sin dents of tbs stars aad defied thoet wise men lo prose b* was not altogether right la tearing tews all Iba beautiful brpotbesea ta regard The theories he bowls over a-e ■^ Urge Tbat wal«r vapor eiUls Quantities on ths plan, i That tbr famous easels or Sehlp- arelll are man'a handiwork. That tbere are clouds abore Mart, That tbe polar cape prove the existence of water oo ih* plaaot. Doctor Campbell came lo hU epoch -tnak Ing co_cl-B_Ma M the resell* of hU mpedltloa to Moan* Whitney tast moath. and after serea days of tbe closest etady of tbs pho- tograpb. of tb* spec-tram af planet obtain*-*- on the wrMW-eappe' pttki of tha narras. Hs tads tbst Ibe sp-Tire of ibe in'.-,n and Uai ar* exactly alike We uaderauod oar baata -tight). aad It -oa leara It la as, we | will see-rou get entire Mt Ufsciion Com* bm •eeeeeeeeee NOW THAT , • The'!S?rth'Pole it discovered, our furniture expert dta- covefg' that wa havs furniture made rrom the same wood at tj-e 1-ng-eought and much dreamed of pole. See (or youf*«.-__ ■'"' CURRY of PALO ALTO 334 University Avenue seeeaeeee-ee An Antiseptic LOTION BOTTLKD COMFORT Ft HI /USUI lt>S. JAM, l-Itl.rkl.r-. I'llHKI.V HKAT. HKAT RASH. CMArnio. hives, odor or ran. nrnuTnirf. **..* n-s a m-m in.. i'lit h t -_ AT OUCH. rtJT CAN t*TAT OCT IH THK SIT* AU* DAT Tara raa motor, drive, nd*. ww*t. swim, sell, fish. golf, b-awt or ean-p wtthent die™nif.n-t a *d without foar of tbe slight—t te. Jarr to yoar wkta or cotnalrg ea, WKCK'H BOIUTM > WITCHAXKI, CREAM rrmnvra *-vt-ry trace nf Kami in» and Us effrrts In a few momrnu. I***attlv*-ty prrremta Tan and P-erklea. tilree Instant and rut ire relief mini l*rr**hly Heal, Heat Hash. Chafing. Hive*.. Insert tilt-.. nt. Takes away all odor of 1Vv-.pl ret inn and keeps the akin soft, tool, clear and ta ctinil.lt- eo-Htloa. RaprcUllr l**c-twm*-_lid f>r babies, children aad It-nee wittt del lest e _-n.li It- .kin*. VTMCK'H (HK-M 1* sh-elBl-piy hanwlcw. doc-m*t bwrw or .mart; WeJlh.-r grro.y. .Hrky mot ol.. ; Obrea't .tela: Is enprrt-rcictl sst-1 leave, no odor whatever. ' It*_ dHfrrewt frees evee-rtblwc.. try It. \i.hl*_ riee will gtve •arh romplete *_tWs_.f*_. _, iWEINGARTNER _ CO. Colma Newt Items Mr. r,ec*rgr C Loce ha* re-lorned |Itotn her visit at Lircrmnrr ! Mickey Grlftn left \V*,1nf*u_y for this visit in Indian.!, la lie tr*>nr nr- .ersl w*cc|-t, | Mr.. Schcutini left Sund-y for i ' nn.ntht' visit with her porentB st tMotlesta | Mike and Walter Fatter. *< B-lir- im-tr, arc spending p Few weefet nt j&tnta Ro»*. Mr*. Frankt and her *wc«_ Utile baby spent S-tndar with her i_.tc.li. Mr. snd Mrs. It. f,e,fn. - . The Bactcs' degrrr team will (ire a ixstid _»U at Cobns Hall, Septtm- bcr II Ailmi-.ttin to rcnia; Udiea tr**.y Cffrast Circle, No. u V. A. O. IX, arc making extensive irraitgcmcni* for a era-*- half at Colma Hall oa Ihe evening of Ociobcr .* Angela Selmt, the Vi.t.. Ornnde mere lis nl, i* making arrangc-tcHtt for the erection of a two-.lory business building to be .xcnptrtl hv ***** j The picnic st Tanloran M..*-.!**,. I UQdrr the supervhkwi of Father | Cooper, wat a grand snrce** tn rvery | particuUr. I Mrs. George C. Luce has sold her property in Colma and will leave In la few days for Llvermore, her pros-. pectivc hoiae. , Chester Pratt, Harvey Ward. Paul \Vi.ot*ey and Marie Kabcr madi trip to Ml Ta-nalpai*. walking from Mill Valley i" * li- i.-timil of t|.r South San Francisco News Items ludac J. J. ("Jsck") Martin, soa of Hr. and Mr. \\" J. Mania, hss gone to Palo Mi... where be will take a two .cars' C-wt-se al 5unfor*| uaittruty McSweeney has again poetic tn.t of Bar! Rotcrs. charge*! with resisting an officer, to the .-"tti of thi* month 1.-HI1-. P.. Hammond and Mrs. HU. la Raab of ihi* city were married this wee-, and left for Santa Crux, where they arc spending their honey* loon. Tho*. R B-nncrman, of Saa Fran* aco. aad a property owaer in this city. Bras a visitor here last Saturday aftcr-no-oo ■_ S. Ge-vtramrBt Meal la.peetor Krllogg. wbo has been in this dty daring the aa*l two years Inspecting ntt-t at Ihe packing hoase. has changed hi* field * of work. Last Monday, with hit wife, he departed tor l*o* Angetcs, where they will re* i.if in the fntoM. \ r.mmilttce from ihe city boan! if ini.tr---' contlsltng of T-uitess Mwanls and llickcy, held a ottftt-* ncc with Vice-preside nl l.cr->y I'.ttiff. of the Soath San Frasci.co I-a ml and Improvtmcat Compaay Sainrd-r nt-ontittg in the matter of perfecting - »__n for lb* local rice- Hit- tars to go over a i-.rti' n .•! tke belt line rstlway to Ihe Fatler pUal Hough atsBred the committee that the matter arnulrf he altcmted lo imrrlialely A jt.int m-ctlag of the Men * and omen'*' clab* of thU city will be Id in the tint future for tha purpose of making smngetnsnls lo have Arbor Day here s. me time in Deter mil. The state ft-restr— ba- mn wtU (urst.h sn unlimited nem- 'f appreprUie trees to aa** lo- c .'tt> m the state free of all cost provided they are planted and taken car* o_ Tbe planting of sevrral kundred additional trees In this < it> II br s •p'rmlit' Impeovemeiit. tnd tvary citi/en here shnnld Join in the movement and plant and lsk* care of some of tham. THK PACIFIC MiiNril... ol Porlland. Or*_ Is a haantifiiih iUii.imt.-d monthly magafiae. If are 'Iftterested la dalr>lag. fniltratslng. poultry ral*lag, or waat io know about Irrigated lands iim- laad*. or free povernmeat land open lo homestead entry. Ibe Cadtc Monthly will give raw fall lafc-rms- llon. The j.rir— I* tt ".•• a -war. yaw wilt Bead :*■ e-au In ■tamps, three lale Imum will bs* smt gou ao that to* may h-*corWe ao- qnalnted wltb II. Brad ihe follow- ttog splendid offer*. Offer No. I— MeClurea Magaiine. Woman's Home Companion aad to* Pa_Sc* Monthly, resting tl-St. wlli be sent at a special rate ef t' "•■ Offer No. !_—.MeClurea *tlas,axlua. R*_ew of Reiiewa end the Paclflc Monthlr. coating IS.no. will to sent ror I - ■"'• IHfer Nn. S-lltiu.sn l.tft. Ideal Homes aad Ihe Pacific Monthly win ft- se_t for tt Ot- Order by somber aad send yout ocd-r. a -to—pealed by pos*.al mao*y order for thenmoeut, to Thr Parifl-c Monthtv. Portland. Ore. First National Bank WANTED TOCB BAKKi-a BVt_IB_> , at th* ' I m-r VATl.ix.ll. W* tt. tkoreeibl, ^.Ip^d la aeerr perti- olar Capital - Surplus - - SJO.000 - SS,400 Jeaa DBdleU. Vtee-PI u C. S. Jord*«. CMkdar. DntKTOSI kt. A. Beeku c. k audi Jek. Dadfteld C. E Jordan c. L Salt. 11. W Stmkla. Dr R I. Wllbar ,: Business Cards Collar* and Cults. Domestic Finish Stanford l.nundry One. I_nit_.a __eet and N*aal atrnuc Iclc,,!,..., f-MK Quality Grocers La Peire _ Son Pbowe Pal* AMs 9*. Pore POod Products New White Sage HONEY from San Benito Mountains I 5c per Comb. -EK IH'll WIXIM'W l.tit't.AV SHAMPOOING SHAUPOOINO. Mankwrlng. Scalp TreaiBMat and I-rial Massage. Comp]«_lon Packs a Bpecialiy. All kinds of hair work given prompt attention Mrs. C. Ualcolm Wade, rooms 7 aad I, Madls-jn-Tboll* block. Phoa* tUX. J PAleO AI.TO KIJK-T-UC-iL | ffOMI ' KVKRYTIU-(Cl EI-ia-TIUCAX * SJS Inlversliy avenue. **-_*- * phoae «I»T. Pbo-spt st- X teatioa ts rapala wark. Call X e_d Inspect oar stack. Watkins & Murray • Si-SBi bi'ierwa 8tree_ Oe_eewt Rl ck.ml thing II.i-te- -'wrhig ftwaare Tire Arts -« a ■perl-It-., r 11 ■ - m . o t . i OOv-aKN*r-KTr IN -l'i:tTKt> * KEI-TlIOK--ATKt> ICKATS AT T-fl Stanford Meat Co. BBB I -th-r.l, \tr_-* uEXJCAcias. i-iM/L-rmv Fret n flth e re ry r ri d ay HAVE YOU IvlOVFD^ Yes, Palo Alto Transfer Co. VtOVKU ill: A.D THSY IU wO AGRKKAMI.P. A*tD IliilMMS t.ATrfttl THAT I nu a-ooa- .K..1, THKH TO VO. oilicr S2S ALMA STREET I'itune 90 WHITE STAR LAUNDRY j Ttte onlr hand-work Jspan r*e l_uni!_>. In rveey re-i*>r.t f1v-_l- tlaa. svnch g_sra*\lt*-*d. Oar •ptrtre-l* a. Inw a* any-me, Tna caw •Iwsy. rthd •* at all tomttom a atreet. Pale Alia. * t I*---.-** aaax. . Lewi* Sawjer. a prominent tto*- tractor and builder ol Sin Frm.-i_-.. hat purchased kit * on Kailrt-id -ren oe, upon which he will erect 1* fnt home ' Out of retpect to Mr and Mr* Tt..... Spcllman. owing IO their rr- Crnt l.errsvrntcnl. the mcettnR*. **| titte Originsl Wlii.i elnb, of which jlhe-r are charte. member*, arc pott ((■onctl- tntlrtinitcly The oicmhrn sincerely S-mtpstbit* with the uric!' when Wa Ttng Kaeg Is not com- , tltick-n parents Chi* notice will be Ing IO Ibe fatted tttatr-a be is ee ! given when the west meeting **il! : tnralag to China. - nosloa Traa- uken place. 'arrtpt. MachlneMadc BREAD • AT\ Stanford Home_Bak«ry JOMI- NICOL. Proprletor JI5 lii-er-jn Ak. Pllt Alto In thr opinio*- of tbr- :as*•*>-_ tbt'-je Is-really no **r--i-_B wit) those BStleosl lawmakjra wbo are soon to i,la,it Hawaii should be In a hurry to' get flack.— Birmingham News. -j CEO. H.BFNT1EY Cotttrsrtitr for I All old snd new work, tn- Sld* or outside. EstlmstM given. Residence «."'. ll-mer aveaae Phone *■•''.. AlaeasUaa for ae-*: baat ha_H in < . all . Metratx ra—rvawa Im ...:. f.le.1 Bl, .1-.111 tty tad ' «.... *i .. ... I. « la m|M __ Jtt W-. I- IK Ua.lt. M.I., mm* . C->el . <>> Bt _-.l ..~t. Mar. sat il — Ptmmm «■>■ uses— hoars after 7 p. nt, J * JAI'AKIME HOt*R_C___ANlNr_ * X 11 IM PA N Y TOGO t Bto Drraal Mr-***- t /:. _ S-**-**tg|a _^"**i__-_i:__* "1^'s- r*m: t*t a—tSi VI mil s. Ia mtmotmEim ■m^?*3*>&^,
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      WANTS Cl_ASSIFIED. Wsoted—Day work. general fcooBcwork or --ars of chlldrss; csn stvs refsmncee. Address Working Woman,. Delivery. Palo Alto. 1*01* Wanted—People to ask Herbert rlldge shout inexpensive camping * troot stream among the red- Wood*. Phoa* Bin* 131_. 5-8-lw-c 8tsd*at wishes position ss wo- sua'i companion, for room and BOsrd. Employed during the day. Address Box B. Tump eshea. U-lf Wanted—Information of relatives tot Alexander O'Hftra, who died at Weal Point, Ban Mateo county, May If, 1*08. Remains are at parlors at 3. 0, McCarthy, Ban Mateo. It-It* LOST. t-©st— Filigree link gold bracelet, «s*t with corals, on Webster street •between Hamilton avenue and Bra T_str_ad*ro road. Pl**e* raturn to tet snd receive re- '**■ Webster street i 7-1 t-o Loct—Vslunht* Boston bulldog; *n*wers to name or "Dooley"; reward offered for recovery. Apply 9- Hoschlnson, Barron estate. May • OmXA *• ' Beld. 5-l-lW* Lost—In southern part of lown, brooch of black enamel with gold |*tl*r* "In memory of" Inscribed around a lock of hair: valuable only to th* owner. Please return to 329 Lincoln avenue. It-It* roa mrt. -Sap y PALO ALTO TIMES, TUESDAY, For Bale—Furniture for 8-room houae, cheap. looofre tit Unlver- slty avenue, H-IW _ For Sale—Ix>t SOXISO, Bmerspn atreet. Is Booth Palo Alto. Bottom price and easy terms, phone Jsmss Sll. O. T". McCUtchle. 9-1-4f Por Sols—Mew Victor grspbo- phons, coat 148, with 17 fins records, for tto. Ladles* ehalnlsse Columbia bicycle. |10; gents', fa. Sideboard and china closet. |J0 each. Dining room round uble, |l 4U Webster street. T--lw>o For Ssle—Two S-roota cottages and ooe of 4 rooms, wttbln 3 blocks of depot. Those sre Is Aral-class condition aad good locality. Bars chance for a good home on « paymenu. Apply to J. B. Daley, 4to Diagram atraat, Palo Alto. 4-iMf For Bsls—"For Rsnt" or "For Sals" window cards may be bad at Th* Times office. Price 6 coats esch. For Sale—Two-aeated road wsgon, thills and tongue; made to order from aeasoued hickory; strong as new. Enquire at 111. Bryant atreet. g-l-tf For Sal*—At • great bargain; good lot; muat be sold at ones, Pbons Whit* 13»1. S-t-Ur* Furniture bought and sold by W P. Pennebaker, III Emerson atreet. Phone White 137. lC-tf Th* only branch In Pslo Alto of th* P. Thorns* Parisian Dye Work*. 37 Tenth straet. Ban Francisco, ia st 189 University avenue, at th* Three Llttl* Tailors. L. J. Bloom Pboas Blaek 111. For Rent—Fins business room ot •University avenue, corner of Emer- -**« street. Now occupied by Sen- *d_rt Japaness art store. Apply at 199 Bsadal 4-lS-lm-c j -ft*' ***nt—****** ** raTni*h*d| *ou*sk»*ptng room*; 110 and lit.i a^ybifog strsst, . mw ) Por Rent— First-class upright ■■faas; will rant for 93 per month.! ShHiulre Mrs. D. A. Smith, 430 Kipling straet. P, O. bo« 199. 5-7-dt-c . For Rant—l-rooro unfurnished suMse on lot 35x150, 711 Cowper; street; good stable; rent Its per; month on year's less*. Address; BW X, Palo Alto, t 5-Mw*c j Fnrnlshsd 7-room bouse and 2 to; *S room flats Inquire 701 Bryant. 4-20-lm-c Bread deUreeod dally. par* aad wholesome. Del Hekcry. Phoa* Mart* 39 Co.. XI, mt Sallows A Rhodes. Mala TS* Purchasing agent aad messenger to Ssn Jose dally. Mlsa Carrie Lewla. 441 Foreet avenue. Phone John Sll. 4-JI-lm» MONRY TO LOAN. We oan uke care of * few flrat- claes loans slthsr building snd loan or private flat loan*, j, T, Dunn Investment Co.. 52? Emerson strsst se*eee»ess*eseeessssssese» For Rent—Nice sunny room with eslylMg* of bath: close In. Dr. J. Msy. IM W. vertey street, lt-lw-c Fplr 8*1*—t/rt* in North Pale Alto, 76x130, st lar.P np. Apply to 0. X. Daley, itt Emerson. 9-tf Phone to as tor Competent Japanese Help By the Day or Hear. Oeneral honaework. cooking, waiting table, winder washing, gardening or general bouaecloanlng. OKUDA, IKE-SOB A OMATO Main 807. ISO Ramona St. Labor is Theme of Sunday Sermon Pi—Sags That Oder for Stadeste to Better tbe Work of the ' World. Rer. Walter Hays dellrsred a* interesting sermon at the Presbyterian Cbarch Sunday night, Uklng labor as bis theme. Ha uaed *s his text, "By tbe Sweat of Thy Brow Shalt Thou Eat Bread.' He aald the paaasga was often quoted and frequently misconstrued. Nowhere In ths Bible I* Isbor spoken of ss a sura*. Labor existed befor* man sinned, and ths angels labored, snd svsn Ood Himself. Every accomplishment requires effort, snd no physics!, moral or spiritusl suceeei Is attained without strenuous toll Ths only wrong conditions associated with labor ara thoee created by roan- There ar* many things thst need correction. There la need of shorter hours end better wsgs* tn msny inslsnces. In order tbst there msy be lime for study snd relaxation- There bas beea some advance In this direction, bat more Is needed. Rev. Channlng A. Richardson spoke st ths Methodist Church Sunday mornlflg on education. Thla ta an annual custom at this church Mr. Rlcfasrdson pointed oot to tho students fields of work that are open to tbem. He Uld emphasis on tbs opportunity that exists In Journal- lam for tbe creation of newapapers tbat ahall be free from control by th* business ofllce and from tb* dominance of corporation control aad machine polities. Next Sunday all tbe charchea In Palo Alto except oae will he * la th* morning to permit the congregations to bear the baccalaureate aerrnon at Stanford. Jo order to accommodate those/who may not wlah to go to the campua a aervtce will be beld In tbe Christian Church conducted by Dr. C. O. Baldwin. Bsccslsairate Bar lift*. Th* bsecalsureate sermon at Stsnford will be delivered tn Assembly Hall aext Sunday morning at 11 o'clock by Rev. William Horace Day. D. D-. psstor of ths Flrat Congregational Chorch of Loa Angeles. Dr. Day Is A specially abls preacher. There will be special music by a quartette composed of Mrs. C. W. Mark, aoprsno; Mrs. H. E. Blanchard, alto; Charlee B. Anderson, tenor, aad John Carrlngton, bass. Council Orders Book^Expcrtcd 'Cootinaed from gag* aaa) hsve to advertise for bids In may event. Further, all large purchases would have to be ordered hy a sola of the board Attorney Malcolm explained thst aome insUnee*. ssch as a breakdown at tbe municipal plant, geocy purchaaea had to hs aw Mr. Parklnaon moved tbat the appointment of committees be left tbs heads of ths chairman of the bosrd snd. tbe morion wss sdopted by unsnlmoua vote. • Mr. Parklnaon then moved that 4-halrman Mara and Trusts* Slmklns be named aa a committee to arrange committees snd assign duties, their report to be preeented at the next'jneeftng asd to be final Th* motion waa adopted. Towa A cross I a. At ths request of tho ehslrmsn ths former clerk. John D. Boyd, mads sn oral sutement. Hs ssld thst on tbs sdvlce of Mr. Duryes he had deferred the posting of tha books until certain reports from ths •municipal plant wers received. Asids from this tbe book* wer* posted op to the date of hi* retiring from oftee. Mr. Parkinson explained that he bad held In bla possession warrants allowed, bot for the payment of which there la not cash la tb* treasury, amounting to IMI9.14. H* had delivered theee warranU to the clerk and tbey corresponded with tbe books within io cents He ashed tka board to accept th< Mote Aboat the NoU Ranch. This Bs* property ts sn ideal place for s country dob or a summer and winter resort. Large msn slon, good grounds, etc. Think It onr. Particulars of John P. Bys- P BARGAIN SHOE SALE t i I : *» i i 1 t m A Commencing: Saturday For a Short Time May 2 *^^W Only The object of this sale is plain; Money is necessary to meet maturing bills . All ar men: IS.SII oattot call. aaa axial aad u« calf Oxlord* 1 will Mil for BAM •MO. But Calf Bloc_«r*.'.W_us |t.»« Box Calf Btocaara. .IBM •J.40 Box Calf Baoaa 40.00 Ladlsa' »S..f Pataat Colt. KM or Call Oxford* «B.x- «!.•• .-Mat KM -rase Oxford* mm •S.oo Patsat Colt, Oaa natal. Taa or KM Oxforda ttta |Ut Oaa M.U1. KM or TU KM Oxford. •aa. * . A great many other different kinds at equally low prices. A few Knes of Boys' and Youths' Shoes to close out at greatly reduced prices. Come early and avoid the rush, as there is lots of bargains to select from. Farrells Shoe Store m m * One door from Postoffice PALO-ALTO • 5. W. CHARLES FREDERICK SCHNEIDER ATTORNEYS-AT-LAV Simxins BuUdinf Palo Alio, Cat Phone Maui rb .... . ... .. aaaaa, nil...... Rodger.. Smith 4 Thorna. ATTORN _Y»-AT._A W Notary pablic la offle.. ! Phoa* R«d ni. aud-oa- ; Tholts Matt, Tplt AUO, Csl. al..i..n.iiM.....I...... DENTIST. Caa. Blafaaky L-tW DENTIST Ottos. Maa-da-ThoU. Buildio, Palo AHo, Cal. A. A. MaeirlTYHC o. e. a.. u a. a. ' <_***»•, Pw*T_l>n*~. aa I.tl*a> awummtn rt—nmk i—mwwt. M free himself and Mr. Boyd from responsibility for payment. " Dean Oh mo-' auch action waa) eeeeeeeeeeseeeessssssisse Dr. C. S. McCowen DENTIST tloa of Mr. taken Clerk Jordsn csllsd attention to certain claims against the tows, of, wbleh he could find no record. Mr. Boyd thought tbat ths accounts would be found correct. Ths chairman aaked Mr. Boyd If ks could not- help Mr. Jordan straighten ont these matters. Mr. Boyd asld he could do, so sad supposed the town wonld > compensate him.* The chairman was of the opinion thst It waa Mr. Boyd's' duty to do tbls without pay. Mr. Boyd further explained that a record of licensers hsd boss kspt for him by the marshal, but there wsa nothing In tb* clerk's oflke to show this. Mr. Jordsn Insisted thst there should h* a trial balance of town accounts provided In Justice to himself and to the retiring and the new' bolrd. To Expert Books. Mr. Parkinson, who had boss delegated by the retirlng'board to Sad! the east of baring th* towa ao-] count* examined hy a certified accountant, reported tbat John R. Rax-] tell offered to do the work st s coat sf ISO a day far two men. May. Laird A Co. offered to do the work ■ for tub. He recommended the, employment ot the letter firm Mr. Dsaa did oot question that the book* needed nfsiMt. Bat thougkt there were men ta Pslo • AHo wbo coiilri do tho work at a' much leas cost. Ripening had got to bs a dIsaacs In Palo Atto be said, j if the aeeeanu could sot be kept ♦ eeaeessisseeese Hoa.-B.oto4 aaaa H-rry C Reynolds DENTIST . Nsxs-sBo-dio, Pslo Alio Hoars , to ll Bad trxotos MEDICAL. aaaaaaaa»>»••>•««»«« OSTSOFATMIC PHYSICIAN DR. M. C. PMCLPS Graduate American School of Osteopathy. Klrkville, Mo. Treatment gives pstteats at home tf desired. Hours • a. m. to 4 p. m. Ill Unlveralty avenue. PhOO* Main 71. Palo J(ltm Optical Partart 1 Am, aTi'iriX ftttSTa-C . am- Q-roMiTwisT. grtv.-*.._t*M**,tttt*> *i wiu.mil an much expense th. tow. « ad 4» BtaatoM Balxarattr. Ad- 5 ouxbt la (o lato baakraatcr. . tree* P-ladpal W. 3. H*r*d!tb. _ .• ._. _.__.„_ . — 2 p..,. *.._ r_l ________ _I1_____S HOStKRlA* HALL Holt! Schr-.l lor Box, Byroad 'ball Ullrtr*™mi aaaaaatar opsas Mar—a IS, 1,„, la oar nix Kboot born, lo »rsr,rsaa Tttk. AtermVA- _\ ... i i . aal a. _S-BtS__B> «cn» »*0_i Cblldraa'a eolorwd la a lars* rarlatr of strU.. Prlc*. raaaaaabl*. TBI STEHUMC vyVmn—mrhm. aaa* C. P— ;l ......11.1*1 «. ... a. ...... aa*.***. "....» LARKIN'S tp The Place for Men *«»H»»»M *_!___*------ IIMIIHTTT" .AmAAOhAW KANTLSBK WATER BOTTLES Oo Bran tee- for two ysara. STAB FORD IT! A HMACT 0— Carets. « «»»♦ *•*'* ♦ tin seeeeen J APAKKB-t ABT GOODS AMD AWtPOVPO liBUBMBIir BAZAAR •08 ValrerrJty Aveaae Pals Alto, (ML .•.H"'-*"""""1"" THB PI_ACB FOB AMTSB- » PA1X) ALTO BOWI4N0 ALLET AMD POOLROOM £ High Street. YRTBRAN A RAMO RDOAR OOMSTOCK, Agtm Offle*: MeKlnney'e hArnes* \m shop. 171 University avenue. Phone Blgeh S«7. MhMhWBMhs-dSsmShssBsT PALO ALTO ELECTRI- OAI> WORKS ■fllTHlBO BLMCTBICAL IIS University avanns. Tele- J; phone Black 114. Prompt attention to rapalr work. Csll ! ■ snd tnspoct our stock. a a*a a a***oaaaaaaaa*ess PALO ALTO OONSTBUOT10M COMPANY. Estimates given. Phut* sad ■ furnlsked for Jobbing work , J-See BSS University Aveai - w*aaa*oOaa*aaoa*aaaaO*ekoa Mr Slmklns opposed the rerom-. wandatloti on tb* ground that R was an unnecessary expense. Hs % believed local accounUnu coold be: had to do the work In * satisfactory; manner st much leas cost Mr: Dsryes moved tbat Msy, Laird '. A Co. be employed to export the; booka at a coat of H r.o. The motion I waa carried by the vofae of Duryea/ Marx bnd Parkinson. Dean and Slmklns voting aa. V.O.., .0 IO.B it 7 0*r C.BL A» PjttMttttt ■■■■ ply to Cbarlfls A SehB*ld«r. atlor- a.ra. Slmklas build!*,. P.lo Alto. wtbUAM rnrwAa. Traaalar, SloragB, Morla, T__alaa af *ll klada. ,1, Hlfh nrm. Palo Aita. Praa. Bla* M. RANCHES For Sale Cheap AdJalalB, tb. groaads of tb. Ls- lxad Stxnford Ualr.nitr. Part ot the aabdlxldSd lato tw.lr* (11) plot*. or ranch**, from 1 1-1 to 4 ecrn. Pries, boa. Sll, atf aaa la •>••. aUxr tanaa. -x*r, slot baa tarsi aod aphiBd; co_.a_u.da a araad »l*w ef UBl-rrsltr, Bar aad Vsll.y. Ilraxp thl* opportanlty. &,,»,»„,„»,»>»»»»»>mI FREDERICK HEBARD Ma.fiel_, C,l. Ua *«~rt April 1,. 1444.) n.ndnd. rrom aortb—7:SS a. at. 11:11 p. ra., ,:4ft p. M., •.•& p m. B da.,. T:S> a- m. From soath—T:4» a. m., 10:40 a. a... 11:<4 a. m.. 1:01 ,. m.. 4:4S p. m. Saadajra. 7:41 a m. !•:•• a. aa. From Btaaford—4:15 a. a... tl a. a.. S p. aa.. • p. m. gaadars. till a. a.. 10 a a. To aortb—T:l, am.. ,:01 a m., 11:0. ... a.. Sl,S p. au. ,:•• p. a. Suudsra. to:SO a. m„ 1 p. m. To south—-4:US a. a., IS: IS p. a.. 1:14 p. aa.. ,:>• p. aa. Ssadars. •:•> a. a.. 10:S0 a. a. To Staaford—1:15 a a_. 11:15 a. tn,, S:45 p. a. Suudsrs. 7:15 a. m. 10:45 a m. 5 B. P. Hell. H. t. mVtAII ' I i. H. HILLSIA-W Aba*_-wwt O-W-JtAL BLACIUxlTTKIHa S I COAL. WOOD. BAT, I GRAIN BELL-RITCHIE CO. ita. i • : B »l»4»4,,»,»»»»4»^44arf>t»r JI...HIH. li—.—» • •' I Kal-an PbaM Wblt. UI. F.J. £emerfo-d laonsaBBoaiKo aho waoox MAJima tu Brrut titm. T.O.Bm IT. Pal* Alt*. Oal. WATS-DCS a muSbay 401-405 ! Rabbsr Tlr* B-tUa, a 8p«rl_Itj. .I..H..H.I....I.I.I.*.. JUH« AXI) a_ETAL lllxhct prlc* paid lor ot are— taa. I Iptloa. t. OTIS aa.iaaaaaaa..aaaaaaaa....» .............inn..... A. a BLOtaGRZ- PalBter aad I^xorsior. All klBd, ol palBUai. tlatta, aad paporla, aa abort ootics. FItbV clsas work sflarsate«d. iBtsrler __> Ish sad psp«r hso^n, s ■psclaltr. 4S7 Homer artnue. Palo Alto. Local aaaae, far tb* Baaadafd Wallpaper Oaapaa*. Pkaa. Joirn an. Su FfancUco Mesaenjcr nd Piiiuw—m Amat. Dallr trip*. laa.tB, at a:ll a a oa**. LsastsB's tailor skaa. IM Clrels Pboas R*d 111: naidaiM. Wblt. Illl. CU, offlc. J. B. BO- laad Co.. 4T OMtr rtnet. Tho— Kaarar 1474. H.IIM..II...I ......... GEO. H. SENTUT All aM uad aaa wart, laid, ar **tsMs. . IM I bibbs* r-oa* Bad 114. Al.ba.-tn. bar «la; kaa, kaiaamhis ba aaa, aS «_-_ ia. l>il idTHiw 1 ■ *a a-.*• « I a a a a a *'» a ■ a, .. a I a B_r*r_i_ boabbS-C artSmm J II. I. W'sr. . Tiinl.aj tm—r— IT.' li_-illt. ;1 Areaae. Pal. Alt* •pMl.1T, Hire imru, aocomaoda tloa,. aou*. and doat proof. Horse*. Tabid** mat barns*. bou,bl aad **»«««.«»««««««|.**«,»ttttI' Halral60 I City Market j j Y. B. SANDERS •aalaraa J fr-th and Sail Mm • of all Kinds, Poultry. Etc. Eitr. Itnj First-CI_ss ad Up-to-tale breen tetreni Prsa,t. S01 Unl-*r-lr- At,no, PALO ALTO t»»,»»444„»»»4,,»,„„, '
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      DAILY PAI.O AI.TO TIMES. SATURDAY. AI'RII. 3. 1909. Sunday«tiK Churches M*( vi vtm_.11 >n via mi i n\i. IS OP PNI'SPAI, IXTKRKMT lly MltS. l O. (.ill l Ai . Tbe following program waa pi santad at the union missionary meeting held at the Congregational Church yesterday afternoon under tha auspices of the W. C. T. Missionary hymn. Introduction. Miss Page. "The Polyglot Petition Ktheredge. Mrs. Mary Leavitt, Mrs. Van Elten Mr*. *»*>■*•■ Methodist Eplscopsl Church — Pnllarian Church—Corber Cow- Corner Webster street and Hamilton per street and Channtng avenue, avenue. Channlng A. Rlchardaon. Sydney H Snow, minister. 10 a. in.. pastor. 9:45 s. in . Sunday School. Sunday School 11 a. m . sermon by It a. tn-, morning service; sermon, the minister. "The Book of Ruth." 6:4. p. m., Bpworth Lea«QA. t p, m.. evening Pint Church of Christ, Scientist service. \ —Corner University avenue and Wa- —----—-- Terley street. Sunday services at. Baptist Church—Corner Bryant II o'clock, subject "Dnreallty." 9:30 street and Hamilton avenue. Henry o'clock. Sunday Schoool Weekly! Wilson Davis, pastor 8:45 a. in . testlmonlsl meatlnx 'Wednesday1 Sunday School. 11 a. tn.. morslag evening at 8 o'clock. Reading roomj worship: sermon. "A Breakfast of open dally from 1:30 to 4 o'clock; Fish on the Shore of a I-ake " 4:30 and 7:30 to .' Public cordially In- p. m . B. T. P, V.: tnsUUatlon of of- vltad. fleers. 7:30 p. m., evening worship;' * sermon. "A Wasted Nation." Good Maineld lmp*v.vrt_vr_.t Clan. music. All are cordially Invited. The Woman's Improvement Clob of Mayfield met Wednesday at the Christian Church—Corner Flor- home of Mrs. R. E. Hack ley. College snee street and Lytton avenue. Terrace A committee composed of Charles I*. Beal. pastor. »:4» a. tn.. Mrs. Adelaide Cohurn, Mrs. Doraj ln|. mbl*, iimoa, g.,eo by Mrs. 0. R Sunday School 11 a. tn.. common- Oregg and Mrs Esther flight ws* vkl( were among th* most spaclflcally trained workers. -Catherine Stevenson, the latest missionary who sailed from this coast this winter, studied for ths ministry. She stopped in Hawaii and Japan, but her point of destination waa China, where she has al ready begun work. She write* it the March number of the Union 8lg- .1:' "Never was there such openings in China as today, and there navar waa such need of tempersnea work. The Chinese have always Miss Jessie Acterman. Mrs. Davis [baen a temperate people; tbey used Music, "The Ribbon Whin. Around I Hquor at their meals, but In small World." Miss Camp. Miss Dorn- quantities. Now there Is coming a fearful Incrossc In the drink habit, Cbtna Is making a brave flight to rid herself of the curse of opium, The opium commission sits with closed doors." Mrs. steyen*on memorialised the berger. Mrs. Kara Smart Root. Mrs Beal. Mlas Short. Mrs. Tctnpletoo. Recollect Inns of Mrs. Elisabeth j Wheeler Andrews, Dr. Kate C. Bush- noli. Mary Allen West. Mrs. J. K. Ml Ion and sermon. "Till the End 1:30 p. ut . Christian Endeavor, t sympathy upon the death of a be- p. tn . address by Will II. Brown of loved member, Mra. Elisabeth Ash- Oakland; music by orchestra and down. mala chorus. Mrs. J. P. Ponce than gave a very —■-—- Interesting description of a all- Presbyterian Church — Corner months" trip enjoyed by bereclt and husband through Prance fottr years commission, saying in part: "One of the greatest object* of our work through the year has been the overthrow ot the opium trade, because we have recognised Ita blighting effects upon all that la best ln man." In Peking Mrs. Stevenson waa ths followed by tbs ainging of j guest of Bishop and Mrs. Baahford, i Barney, by Mra. K. G- Greana. Mrs. Stevenson, Mrs. Vail. PersonsI recollections of j Adatr. I'rtie essay work- At the close of the very Interest Forest svenne and Wsverley street Walter Hays, paator. f:4S a rr. Sabbath School. 11 a. n... preach' Ing service. (:4fi p. in.. Christian Endeavor. 8 p. at., evening ser vice. At the morning ssrv.ee ths pastor will contlnne the series of J*? fj™_**_**?■• J****** appointed to draw upjvsolutlons ofj Ul_ m|Mlcm,,.., hy,nn> lh- president, j who are in'full sympathy with tho Miss Clara Page, opened the pro-! reinforcement of the W. C. T. tt. lo grom with appropriate remarks. ; Chins. The beautiful song. "The Ribbon: The address upon other mission- While." rendered by Mlas Camp ami arte* and their work wss equally as Miss Dornberger. wss much enjoyed ..replete with Interesting accounts, There kas a taige snd ai»pr*cl-j showing the marvelous work aorom- atlve audlenre from the several pllaheil by this great organisation. rhuri-he*. some ot whom remarked —— ....,« ■■ —■ The progrsra was tine. 1 enjoyed) •*■ lulicrilauce. Tax. every word of It.*' The only question at Issue over Tho groat mUstonsr* work dons'*0*1 Inherlltwra lax is whether tho by the W. C. T. t\ missionaries | ,*m* aowrw of revenue should be PROFESSIONAL _ ATTORNKYS S. w\ CHARLES raEDERKX SCHNEIDER ATTXMWEYS-AT-LAW SimKtn. Bu-kJing Palo Aho, Cal. Phone ta*. »*■*■»>♦■♦♦■*-♦• •-*♦■*** *****• »* • Rodgtra, Smith A Thomas a i i<I i: M • ft - v i -1. \ w Notary public In office Pbons 4I1K. Madison Thoiu block, Palo Alto. Cal. J ago. She spoke of tbe number of Bowers along the railroad and at station* surrounding Paris. Also of th* convenience* thst could bo en- sermons on "Tbe Sermon on the Mount." In the evening Colonel Charles Miles, provincial superintendent for the Paelflc coast district of the Salvation Army, will preach. Special music will be rendered by tbe choir. All are cordially Invited. .,.uld only be toueh.|d upon in one j •"'opted by bolb federal and state T .^T?*P * V?.h0tfM-r.er„oo», but IhehUtory of much >«">»«><• Moat studant. of msrkets. choose the articles for din-, f_x__ fnr__ ,__,,_ ___ " ,_._,__>p,raUon ner and have them sent to a hotel. - they are prepared ready to; . _ _ morUi serve and sent by a neatly-attired waiter to your home at any hour you wish dinner to ha served. Msny other customs unfamiliar in America were described, making a moat interesting and Instructive sfternoon. Tbe club will meet on April littj st the home or Mrs. J P Ponce. This work Is bearing ■ **Paration of the sources of revenue In 1888 Mary Clement ]***' on "° "PPOrt different governmental Jurisdictions Invented around the with the tsxlng power*, otherwise It University Chapel—Stanford University. D Charles Gardner, chaplain. At the regular aarvtre Pun- day morning at 11 o'clock Colonel Miles of the Salvation Army will ba thn speaker. . Opinions vary so enormously that All Saint, Church—Corner Wa-| w# i^-- nlt[- d0ubt (j,^ torn* per- verley street aad Hamilton avenue. --„ actually think wall of tha Henry Phlppa Roaa, rector. Bar- Wsshingtnn weather. — Richmond vices Sunday, April 4tb. Palm Son- Times Dispatch day: 8:48 a. m . Snndsy School; - 11 a. m.. morning prayer and aar-, AnT eorrasnondent following th* mon. followed by holy romraonlon: Ro~^T-u ,-,,„., too clcaaly Is likely 7:10 p. m., evening prayer and ©on- ,- ^ nit«taken for a white rhlnoc- tlnustlon of talks on St. Paul by ef0.—Philadelphia i*edger Prafeasor A. T. Murray. staying some time In Japan. Later Mary Allen West aod othara fol-!m,«B! bec<"n* • question whether lowed. Todsy Japan is considering I on* ■*ouW T,eld -**•*.•■*• to the scientific temperance In He pnbllc] ot*>«- »-»ould there sriso a competl- scbools. and io every one of the i1t« demnnd between them for more fifty oatlons flitted there ha* been! rwnii* -Omaha Dee s marked advsnee In ths work of}*' temperance, and strong W. C. T. U, j orgsnlsattons exist throughout the world. The Polyglot petition. If the names enrolled followed one after another on one line In place of four oa each line, wonld be five mllea) long; this petition has received slg-1 nature* from many nations and ba-. bt-.'ti already presented to four gov- -rtmient* The several mlaslonsrlea sent out' Palo Alto Creamery rVr_k ch.ree- batter rl.ll. lee . rrmir. to .nt. r el whr.W- Icl. 1.1,...... 41.IK l-urc Milt ...I l"K. j < traaa •-- ' o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o a o o o o o a o o o A SNAP THE UNDERSIGNED BOUGHT THE CORNER OF ALMA STREET AND EVERETT AVENUE A NUMBER OF MONTHS AGO WITH THE INTENTION OF BUILDING A NEWSPAPER OFFICE ON THE FRONT CORNER. CIRCUMSTANCES DIVERTED THIS PURPOSE. HENCE, THE CORNER IS FOR SALE. THIS LOT IS 75 x 112. THE SUNNY CORNER, NEARLY FACING THE NEW LOCATION OF THE DEPOT, AND ONLY 500 FEET FROM THE PRESENT DEPOT, RIGHT IN THE FRONT DOOR OF THE TOWN. THE NEW SUBWAY ENTRANCE TO TOWN FROM THE NORTH WILL BE NEAR IT. ONE BLOCK FROM TROLLEY LINE EXTENSION. LOCATION MOST CONSPICUOUS AND CONVENIENT. THIS LOT CONTAINS. ON EVERETT SIDE FRONTAGE, A TEN-ROOM, BASEMENT AND ATTIC HOUSE. LEAVING THE FRONT CORNER, 75 x 75, VACANT FOR ANOTHER BUILDING. THE HOUSE IS NOW ARRANGED IN FOUR SUITES OF HOUSEKEEPING-ROOMS. RENTED. WITH THE RENEWAL OF ACTIVITY THIS LOT WILL RAPIDLY INCREASE IN VALUE, AS IT IS IDEALLY LOCATED FOR HOTEL, APARTMENTS, GARAGE, OR MANY OTHER PURPOSES. IT IS NOW OFFERED AT RESIDENCE-LOT PRICE. WILL SELL FOR CASH. ON INSTALLMENTS. OR CONSIDER A TRADE ON OTHER REAL ESTATE. SEE ME AT THE DAILY TIMES OFFICE, OR ADDRESS BOX S, PALO ALTO. H. W. SIMKINS, Owner Collars and Cuffs. j Domestic Finish Stanford Laundiy Onr. Baawra. .tre-i aad Ferret I a.aaae. Telephone f_tak • Co-Operativc Land & Trust Company • Real Estate a Loans Insurance Irrigated Lands • Plenty of Money to Loan. _QM I'alrerel.r Arraar, I- 11 ' I All... • a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 6 a a a a a a a a a a a io luiiimmiimmutii Palo Alto | Cash Ata.-kot j S -TS I i.h.r.llj Arenac. S n. ,r.c aai. •j Dealer, in Salt and 8uioked 3 Meate. Poultry^ nl all kind, a) Ertrrrtklng n.w and elaaa. J A. X. I.\t lllll-rl N ................. SORMAN E. nALCOLM ATTORIIKV AT LAW NOTARY I1lll.lt: -avail, block. Palo Alto. Cal. Offlr* pkota 4HK: real- dance phono MIK. \ • t«tg_Ma«.tg»ttt«Matti 2 Phone 160 | City Market 3 Y. B. SANDERS Sealer- . Fresh and Sail Meats . of all kinds. Pooltry^tc ; I ier\ 11.111 First-Class nil Up-to-Datc - Oreetl Bel .<rrg IV«a..tt« I 301 University Avenue ; PALO ALTO iirmiiiimninmron outran D. IVrrcll Frank Swan U II 1. UiH. -Mllll. I I.Kill.1.1 a M'OOVKKN Atlomera at law litis.... Metropoll. Bank bid... Ban Kranctrrco. 1'tiona bougtaa 1740. John l> Wlllard, re*. 1*1 Warer- ter alrerrt, l.houe 4641.. "". J. McGovcm, €1.1 CbannlDg avenue, phone HIT, DENTISTS HYGIENIC KALSOMINE la all tbat tha nana Impllaa. Tba moat Hrglaale dacaratloB tar rour hum-, aad ao aaatlv appllaO that tha meat latiperlancad hav* aa -ISleultv with It. Call and lat ua ihow oar color crd* aad etpUla lha roorlt* of tbta jirrp*r*tlon. Bolfing Hardware Co. THK PLACE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY ........ I'K C. W. mi Kill BUKflHON lii'Ml-.! I I'liclnn Building. Room. 301. t tot, sio. I 740 Market St.. Ban FratieUeo I Telrplione Iv.'.rrt.j 1—30. J Geo. Blakeslcy Little DENTIST Office, -M*_tv.n-Thoi!«. lIuiMins Palo Aho, Cal. Harry C Reynolds DENTIST Ncv«<_a nuiVlmt Palo Aho Hoiit_9 ta i j -ii l t.-oto 5 MEDICAL. OBTtOPATHIC »>MV8iCIAN DR. H. C. a>HELP8 Oradoata A_o«r|r*n School of Oataopathr. KlrhrlMa. Mo Traatmaot clvat. pattaata at hoa* If daalrad. Hoara 9 a. m. to f p. to. Uf UBlvar- •Ity avaao*. Phoaa 71. I INTRRI'HIIAN HANATO* I III! M * Fairflrld Htatloa, Ban Jo*-. Addraaa * Bos 144, B. D. S. * I1K.FIXIHRNCK A.HKI.KNAt' KIH-CATIONAIa. HOMERIAN M.VI.I. C KolU fkhool for 11..f» 8-Koi.d half tbirtr*lourth Mtnestar opoo* March II, lfOI. la oar new aaaool horn* 3 la Errrinr-n Park. Arcradlt- ad to Staoford Unlvoraitv. Ad- draa* Principal W. J Meredith. Palo Alio. Cal. . * * * • .***»- 14.1.111/ MIMCKI.LA-CBnt'a- I'M" ALTO I'l WHY Re M U tl.l.l tt Blitaaa yaar** axparltocc a* bo arrhltect, daalBner aad »n- p*rtat*nd«Dt for all cla***a of butldlog*. Il.44.iu i, 1'arklnMin HI-mK Tanlatt Itrttavlrtna KOIII.KK A CIIAHK PIANOS -- \vll'l.l-: PIA-.OH. U .!- r. 1 i-. Ik r. fttarh, Plaaola I'latv.*, _Etr. Planoa told for raab or 00 i*a*r tnatallnipfit*. (• H. MAC MKRKIN, .m-nt. Plvoiia aOOl*. PVtUO Af<XII'NTANT. 1 i;i|.l. mi. 1. ROWS I Si W. HanU *l4ir* Ml.. Han ioan * AriHTINO, \f* ol N riNfi . AM. J \ll Itl 1M. X N'f-TirK TO ( RKDITOM. Katat* of Willi c Difanl, known aa W. C Difanl. alao L a* William c. Difanl. de««aaad. Notira la hereby (flv*n by tha 0B- daralgDad, leowana I. Dlfaal. admla- latratrlx of th* eatat* of Willi C. Difanl. alao known aa W. C. DtfaoJ. alao known aa William C. Difanl. dcrflaacd. to th* creditor* of aad all inT»ona having claim* again*t tka aald dacaaaed, to exhibit the aacae, with th* neceaaary vonchara, within four month* after the Brat publication of tbla notice, to tha aald ad- Inlatratrli at Ihe law office of II. W. Chart** aad frederlek Schaal* ', In tb* Slmklna building, en the Koutheaalerljr Bid* of TJnlveraltj avenue, between High and Braeraoa atrial*. In th* town of Palo Alto, county of Santa Clara, atate of California, which aald office the undersigned -elects as her place of bvgft- ness In all matters connected with said .state of aald decedeat. Palo, Alto. Cal,, this fth day ot March, A. D. l.Of. 1.0WENA I. DIFANf. Administratrix of the extat* ot Willi C. Difanl. also know* aa W. C. Dlfaal, also known aa wmiam C. Difanl. doc-aaed. B. W. cilAUI.KS and rRBDER- ICK SCHNEIDER, Attorneys for Administratrix. 310.17.:..31—l-T When You Are hi San Francisco U-* sur* af*"^ _w^^ v» fejfaj •* Valencia Theatre prton*. Marhst 1T lake * Valentli Sliert ta ml mm-a n*>arai Third iota Mi»i lf» tit. fia* _dlbrii-_«»l 1 car to lh* ..wr. It'* .. AND .. plat »<»f • «*«k U.»t'» h>ii>dra- -tile* to M« YOU WONT BE SOHRY GOI GOt GO! j Universily Transfer Co. j * 171 fiiitt-ralty Annw. J I trunks, ss ctsxrn. , ; X Faraltur* moved to and * * from San Krau«:t_-o and Baa \ * 3ot* Storage. - j *•••••*• aaaa. * * a * >#■» <*>#♦* ricinc tiAsn OEAnn iii^nra SAN fRANCISCO "CHRONICLE" ll%t Ota *t*» ■* wM*>j Be* -at-***. t_* gjS_-^==«-55»r MAI SUBSatlPTIOrl WIB ?fr_r!__tS<_ tSS: X ___a.-~~j:__:::::: tS The Weekly "Chronicle" Th* f*-7 sac* wasfcly aewspaaar $1.501 Yes r_--_s_-",_-r_?t_; TV* a**** *>-**** im kmAfartMmt. Mmm- •Vltaar*. rwtlin a a* a__T Uw Saaark an Wall ttU-fralaal a_4 -Jhk. wlta -anar -f tka (raa-aal IMaa-M f* all -*4j«.4_t ra t* *l| *a*J , •van Km Wta. ■'f.B** I* a-_4ll*« t* r*-r s-b**fl*.tta>_. Bra** M. H. do YOUKG, ' •aua tr******** -I _r.-l.»a,- Saa Praarlae*, CaL •Faralah*d 1 *t Tlmea offlo*. aa.
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      • DAILY PALO ALTO TIMES. SATURDAY, OCT. o, i SSL. ireene BOARDING *11 Wa*sale* aViast. Sunday at m Churches .The Patterson -. W. f^tt*seua J da*. PaHsseel* Aaaanae. ***s..e*ee*ee*as*».es**«*e ..... Rooms and Board at MAM Wavsete* fa. PSsMB* BsMX lost Caret*. Bee, phmma 49M3L. * l- ir*i I'hurrtt or chn.i. Srivrjtut I - "' "Hope": evening ssrntcm, ft. KftswUEX, aeMHtt. ij Corner Waverlet .traat Sad Valvar et'Hion* bv the paBlor Marie*) -'alt; aveaae. Servlcce Bondsr at 11 "T>'c Dtrlse Klfht of M.rr." Roth a. at.; *ui.iect. "Are Bla, Tliaill sad | prostataa: Morale* — Voluntary. Weal* Rest*' Header School at Var**a tVwWtteals" t (loaned i; sa- *:»• a. si. Weekly taaUasasUl '»•*'- S*artat; ntertorr. "Ar* meeting Wed*..*.*/ r-.nln*; at | Mart* ( Both-Oou sod i aolo. sa. eVlcek. Reeeiar nam* open dally 1«ctee. Mlaa Hays**: pootled*. "Tt* from 1 to & and TiaO le J p. tn.j Knights" (Volkman,. KvenlB*;— rui.li. ■ rordlally invited. Volantery. *'fAshl7" (roasum); ... raised quartet. -Saviour Brattla* as lr.II.rl.i4 Churrh —Cornet Chan • ■ Kvenlni fleasstng'' t Hubbard I; of- alns eveeoe and Oevpar atreet. fertery. "'Med He lion' i rtrtiuraanril: riarasce fttwd. mlelstar IS a. la.. I able. 'fYttesla*; tba Bar- (BMSte br 8»nd.» School. II .. sa.. saeralaa! Dedley naek. reeeatty deceeeed). terrlee: sermoa by th* BilBt.trr.Mr J*w*rs; poatlade. "Mseetoeo" seblaet "Ta* Relatlea of Rellgioa loi <**-*•)- tbe Facts ol Uta.** ——. Methodist Episcopal Church — All Saint* Charch—Corner Haw. Meyf.*ld—«*ylt**ter J. Back. p*»- llion avenue and Waverley.straM. ,or- ,0 *• "*•• Sunday Bchoot: T. B. Bervlr*. Bandar. Octobar IBth. | B>ett,, tupertatendent 11 a. tn.. e*g*t**BBth Hands* after Trinity < morning esrtlre. .eb]*ct of eersnon. >i:. . rn Sunday fVhaol: 11 a. at., j "KWlowlst Jess*." 0:45 p. n... nteralas prayer aad sermon: prees*. ] feworth Leasee. 7:4k p. as.. eer- Shleld*. 81 |j«uW*.*>*» ** '-* Paatar. "God's Perfect MM At hi: J.\<'i.s:iv will reopen bar alnd.-rs-aitee clat* Auswst la. ISPS At hoaiB free 1 is I r a it 1611 BrrsBt street Ape*alBta>**t by talephoa*. MIL KIM PATIOS.4.1.. Mlsa Ruth iBST.haiB.cnndsela hss .1st* for Hill. beginners st »4t Bcott street. Children taay eater *j| aay tltaa. Tb. work eavsrs ta* primary trad a*. At hems Tbar**Uy* Telephaa* tTK. ELITE MARKET ~£ -^ t w. lor. Elocution and Physical Culture Lessons MISS K.IV JOSEPHINE HYAN Or.doatf (Ireely School of Uon and Drataatle Art, Mass. Recaption hours, 1 te I, hi aider, sir F.msrsoa atreet. Addraa* Cupertino. CI. rttee* r. ats Pad it* sow a**. Rama aad Bstsass. rish, try asd Delicacies. wstr At* ; 1 rr**- J «k. rouv I hospital. 8sa l^acisca: 7:3* p. m..ICreetl***." evwalBS prayer, wtlh addreea bv(a**rmir*- I'rofeasor A. T, Hurra* A cardial welcome will The Mariposa ■M 1'alvcew.ly Ave. UpaUtlvs. r*t Ifa-slar Sstue-c* at rrts******. 4T MRH. H. ft. rALMsTB. >Mll\THl,Y ItBI-ORT OF «%_*^_* "' ll!' *. i, rA,JO A,;TO HCIHanUt PretbyterlaB Charrh -— nrner J Forest .tenor bad Waverley atreet. Walter Hay*, paster. *:4S Sabbath tVhool ll a. as.. r>re*chlBe service: tubjact of kw^raoa. "H«a'-|.4th has jest tatsedeBl J. t Atralae*. HORWEQE The Jolly Baker has a a*w sandwich tnarhla* that A. W. MILLS SOS I sJvcrwn*; Ave. Pstast. tttc*. bread aay thick* paeka tt neatly, without the asperate alloaa. ts*. aad haadllBf •*. ItSI.) Hotel St. Rose •mrnm K. ihski.ns. Prep. nnflKfi awtaflM WOW OTftel Tk* report of the Palo Alio pub- I lie schools, month eedins fteptember Mts Itetted ST B*P*r- PUi ESTATB AKD nraK'SAJfCa. In* * I^rtrlds* aad Golos Mad." | laieeaeai J; C. Tempi-tor. Tsar* UPHOlaTTSRlKQ AMD s-BaPAIsWrB '"""' ""' ,hlrt nf ■ **'Tt** of *"' *"** l*° holld»J» ■"4 "'sbtesn bbb oo "The Tratedy of Saul." schooldays. Tbe statistics for c-h lfi p. r*., ChrtsUsn .Endeavor. -<■*"»' follow: 10 p. n... avmlas *ervlce; sabteat Hlib aohool—Days stlendaac-, serruoB. "The fn.-rniiiroml.lnc MtT**| day* abaetire. Ift.R; tardt. Ood." Ths** will be spsclal maole heaa. S7l averturr number belong- by the choir. All or* cordially Is- ■ •»*■ "*• sv**a«e alieadanc*. SIS: *-tted. Per real attftadaar*, *■: aora cu , |r*lat«i. UT: stria aaraU**]. *S; to-; fntvevslu Ch.pel- (ttantord .0**. t*l earolnaeBt, l!»: eat*f*d • Iras*I verslty D. Charles r.ardner. chap-; 0,B*r schools, bays J-V' Slrls II:! North- 7:44 a. St.. 1144 laid 1! B. m.. mnrnlnr N>T»lce, | >*« *Ch*ol, boys I, girl. S. 1:4.*. and 4:14 ».to.; Saaday*. 7:44 ,.rr.rhar Rev. Mr. Oarflner. tsutJ-' Arams-ar achpol—Days sltend-f Jeet or sarmon. "The Tr«e Oaslas]»"**. -.ell.: tor* ahaatvr*, U.vrJ of Public Worship" Quartet, "fledl UMIbubs, 4: avrrsae number be- Is a Spirit'' (lie.netti ; loojlns. 10.: ■*»**«. alt and. net, , II0S: per cast ef atieodaace, SI;, Christian -Church- Ctwner »1or-;*-»r* earolled. 11^; flrls earoltej. sac* tuect and Lyttos avweee..»«: total *arotl*»e*t. lit; eatered Chariea U Deal, pastor. t:4. o, m , "»» <*l-er school, ho** It, glrtol Bible School. ll a. a*. raorolns': left.school, boys I. ffrla I. service with sennoB by the paatar: j Homer school -Days alteadaBes. tnor*. "The Angsl bv-j 1.104.ll dsya sbeetic*., 17: i.rdl- Alur." *:J0 p. to., Carlstlan! »•*-. --. *«"ra*e Bumber nelonr- SBndeavor. 7:10 p. a*., evenlrgt se'-, ln«,( 1|4: areraae alleadance. 111. per cast of atteedaacw. 04 | *■**> Booth—7:41. 10:10 aa* —1-~| : 1:3* a. St., I «l sad 0:11 » So.. i Ssadars. 7:41 aad io:»t a. tn. ! Frost SUaterd UaUeraltj—0:U. | ll a. st. I sad 0 §. bl: laslai* ! 4:1* aad 10 a. ss. H.I. To Nonb -'. 11. 1:01 a a. at., l.ll asd 0:01 *, ».: 10:30 a. a... 7:34 p. a. Ta South —7:11 a. as- lt:10, tlltlsublect asd <:01 p. as.:, ftaadaya. 7:10 asd I0:t0a. at. Tt, ataaferd rjalrafalty—T:U sad tl:04 *. at., 1:4* p. at . tsalasi ~" w,",> **,rm<"1 bJ" *Ke> paat,Ai "14 and is-44 a at ■ Invastlaaltos Thai Counts.' 0)0 YCABS- rolled. Of: slrls earolled. t%\ *\ ■ terod fro*, other -ecboola. boy* llr-.nl flrlt I aWf The followtna Is * list of isttsrt remalalns Ib ths postofnee at Palo Alto. Co).. lor th. period eadtrts; October 0. 1*01. If wot called for before October St, 1000, taay will b* teat io the dead letter offle*. Daasavtte. Besckley, Mr., Crofiya, Mr. aad Mrs. Thoreau. DeWItt Paly. Inst. Asas. I'otsor. Mrs 11 1). Oerbar, Hr, Cha* Hamilton. Miss Kdyihe (3). n-rdmsn. Mrs. 414 Hamilton Ijscaeta, — LsCoaat. Mr. Chariea. I.yan. Mr*. M. Parker. Mr. UK Robert*. Mrs. II. BoMbrook. Mis*. fl Hntherford, « StroBi. Mr. fttilph- Thetcher. Mr*. Melville. . ujltfoBf, Oeort* W. ' roiaurs. Bt*. Mr. 1. Oay, Mj/. O. W. Ktraer.. Mr Iw*r*qae,* Had.me, Mi-tlulgan. Mr. JaPM*. y Narrlto. ioee 'da'Coal's. Wasltsrwakas, Mr. T. Watllawshut. Mr. J.'roet. Wilson. Y. W, C. H DOBBttL. Poeisasetsr. (Iw* ,-..** Iroa. Kaw Casta* VAkUiit TftAUK auucrrsi) ; Patents ft. LODKB 4SS H.ww-n,-r Ht. Pttt.nc MiX. Job Printr*jn at the Times "Rs**** ***** IsriwawTlw Is*ti mum. ******** a.****. I Sckifliklirtilcaii. ss*»aBa«saaia4 w*k>*.>. lawrawt *.. t sue alt.'it.7t£t,***!*■** t I5-~ib. ! Please Note What I Say There Is ti" better coaatry taaa Ihe Kant. Clara Valley, bat lasd valaes hr* so liis.lt obp of moderate mean* .snoot aSord to buy s.nd aspect lo mskc a Hvlas therefrom; so I say bay where land Is ebeaper. much nor* productive; ctiraato eacel- teat, cood scaools. aearaaas to market, -aad where yo* eae .make atoaey every day of tha year. Fall informatloa of JOHN F. BYXBEE Baptist Charch—Comer street aad Hamilton avenue Hearyl Lett*** sehaol—Dors' sttendancs. Wilson latti*. paator. *:4B /s.'ss., 1.7«0.l.: days abs*mes, Sl.»: urdl-: Bible/ School. II a. St.. moralBX 111? avers** Btteadanr*. 1*7; r*ar .wTorahlp: sut.le.-i of wnsot. '-rhe'sa**, 0:-averse* aamber beloairtas. . Kspanalve Powar of the christian "»t or aUeadabca. 01: bora an-1 KeliK.on.1- 0;l* p. m- Tooni Ps-v!rotted. Ill: flrls-earolled. 114: le*t Iwara meetlaa.. 7:10 p. a., ev«itns. acaool. boy* l. girl* a. ' .service; aabyset of sermon. "Th- a*taiauary —Days' atleadanoe. tl. Cbristlaa Sabbath la Modern Life" **l: day* ah—act. 34).I: tardives*. s .ontinu.tion of tha serle* of t*r 41. *var*jj« number -beloaalB*. tit* Tea CoBBmaadmea'v.i T01: sveros* altoadaao*. 74a**, per All are cordtallr lavllrd to ibeaelcest ofv atteadsoc*, 07; boy* *n. aarvlcea. , rolled. 414: |trl*. earolled. 301; to- .X i tat *sro]ltt*Bt. 70B: enrolled fron . Consresatloaal ChorcD CorB«r|o4>*r schools, boy* 17, slrls 31: left Hamilton tvmu- and' Wavaflayj asassst. boy* l". slrls IS, , street. Clifford Maowden. r*-*tor./lt 'Of ihe 14 teavini the hlsh erbool Is. m.. asoratss Mrvlre: sahtect of 1 rsasoeed. f frees 0*1*14* could seraiOB. "The Maa That Ood listed " not psy lalttoa. 1 to rare for hoaee i: i" p. as.. Saaday fvhool «:lf..dutle. aad 2 unknown In ihe nth 'p m .-Chrlstlaa ■Endeavor. I^IO'er eahools s moved away. 1 rerasad P n . nvanlna servlc** sabtact' of m b* properly sraded aad I waa too fir.on. "MaklBS Friend." v.mni Attar S Ion*, hot sweep across arid wastes, dotted here and there *ati" Irrisatlon bsata, w* enlered Idaho. Following the wlsdlns Snake rlpar, she great scheme of reclamation unfolded Itoeir before our eye* sad Ihe deserted MSPprutb land of few years ago waa aow glow lag with ripened gran. Th* 4S**t notlceshls faetare sf adtanr.rn.nt In the west, tt> BSy mind, t* Ihe growth of trees. II Is s delight to see waving boughs dot- ting what waa once a.wasle prairie. sad oae wonders why people don't spend every spars minute plaaUag PRor-tssroNAU ^ * £ W. CH/VRLl-S FREDERICK SCHNEIDER \TTOXNdYS-AT LAW Stmaiw. ii.in.ta**, Palo AJto, C*l. t NMIAN I. MALC6U I . ATTO-Uts,t AT LAW X' . KOTABT I111U0 l mm NatioesJ Beak atuuV* * l'ala Alts. Otaot phoae 41IK; • rseMcac* phone tllK ■ tt.t.*»*»*eeete..ii tt.ssi DKNTI8TB Geo. Bhkuky Little DEiVTIST 04Bce, MadbcsvTbcan BeaVla**,. Harry C Reynolds .DxtlTnST Palo Aha Hours 4 as itoiyl 1*0*05 DB. THOuV, r. BAlwlaXaTft ■arrmnr te Dr. Mtlwtyt* Basra • to it a m. sad 1 te - p. m. Udyard burtdts«. DVTTaOPATIf WR- H, C rUBUPB Ontdaote Asasrtrea awst Orteopathy. IBS talvctwlty Airmmo. rttooe I'alo Alto Tt. leaser boar* * a. at, to ft p. sa. Miss Gertrudd N. Brown VOICE an.TTJRJ! C*seu-aas*atw*a*B h***j»*d dtt Cm—par At. Betvr t'tJtssweV A**. Trsa-ftcr of Platto < Vallancc Arnott 4M aeaeea 4k. . Tarss* ft! a taaai**, Ittoee SSTJf. ♦s>«**«»ss'*««.»..*s*ei MJ» DAGM3UI BlssXswstfl after having «a died stl sammer It, the east, has returned sad haa her Medio at «40 Waverley ttreet. where the will be glad to se* anr that wtsn . to .lady volt* or ptaao. 101 Ij't'.. ,.vi , T'.lo Alt*. llethodl.t Kplacopat Church —~\ Will Certter Hamilton a*ea*e aad Web-; Frank ftrlscoll. ciiier la the UH *«cr strsat. Carl SI. Warner, pastor nrlag d**parim«at or Prater A Co . *-43 a. at., sejoday eehool. II a m . has'reatgaed his tanaltlon aad will : morn lac aervtce. < *' p. m.. Re- eegtga in baslB*** for hlataalf. Mr. "worth fates**. 7:30 p. m-. evealng Drlecoll has many friends her* who service. Theme for the morning, will, wish him sn abundant aace*** th* vaht* of acrs*t* *Bd aa atlrac- ■ tlTcr.aa. to coaatry 111* that nothing elee e*B furnish '.rowing tr***' hate a fatorabl* ed*et on rllmatki * conditions, and those "planted 'n 'i this locality hare already proved ail benefit beyond calcalatloo. "Trees, v a-r-nilr-men of tbe farm, mofe trvsa." ■ — National Magarlne | The MissesH.&C.Lewis IN*.Tltl-rrmiiM l!f DAXGIKO Btadlo 4 ill Forest Avaaae. ritone BOOK. I'alo AKo. Taft aad the world Tofts yoa: Debs and yo* Debs alette. Life. Th* childrea. ef coarse, trill mm- with; stasd from *ay rUlm.nt aa aata***- latervlew witli 1 Brooklyn Siandard-t'nii Bspiafa ■Sal : t ■ ■ « Bolfing Hardware Company FOR CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE w *■ Five Patterns Johnston's Semi-Porcelain, • the best English Ware. -• i A nice line of open stock Haviland China, % and Fancy Novelties. a
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      DAILY PALO ALTO TIMES. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY li. 1010 Sunday at ^ gburcbe$ Christian Church -Corner Florence street and Lytton S:4S B. BS.. Sunday School. preaching aervlee. 6:J0 p. na.. Carte* tins Kndaaror. 1:1* p. m.. preach- lag eervlc Both eeraaone by Rev. H. H. Oay. Preebyterlan' Church — Coraer Forest areaae aad Wavertey street Waller Hays, paator. 9:le a. bl, Babbfttb School, ll s m.. preaching aerrlce. 4:15 p. a.. Christian Kodeavor. 7:10. evening servic* sod sermon. Baptist Cburcb—Corner Hamilton avenue aad Bryant sirs-art. He*- ry Wlleos Davla. pastor. SMI. a. Blbte school: apecial claaaea young men and women. 11 a. public worship snd sersaoa by the pastor 1:10 p. m.. toang People's BtaetlBg. 7:10 p. m . popular Berrle* snd sermon Music under Iba dl' IWCtsOB ef Ktigene Tlacbor. All tu* ettrdtally tertted. Unitarian Church—Corner Channing avenue and Cowper street. Cteranr* B**d, mlnlater. 10 s. m . Sunday 8chool. 11 a. m , morning service; sermon by the minister. 7:30 p. m.. address by the pastor ob "Uncoln, tb* Apostle ot Democracy," ' Methodist Episcopal Cburcb — MayBald—Sylrester J. Buck, pastor. 10 a. nt.. Bunday School; T. B. Scott, auperloiendeBt. 11 a. m.. service, wltb sermon by the pastor. <:te p. m . Epsortb l*ea«*je. 7:41 p. at., sermon by the pastor; subject of sorntoa. "Heaven.** First Congregational Church - - Corner Warerley atreet and Hamilton avenue. Roy H. Campbell, pastor. ■ >:4*> s. tji . Sunder School; Toung People's rteae. Professor D. F. i.raa* leader. 11 a. in . public worship. I:IS p. m . Toung People's meeting. 1:1* p. ra.. public worship. Music si both serrlcc* under direction of Mrs. Dingley, or- gsnlat, sad Mr, Woods, chorister. Methodist Episcopal Church — Coraer Webeter atreet aad Hamilton arsaue. C. M. Warner, pastor. »:<& a. ta.. Saaday School. 11 a. ra', preechteg service. I:l& p. to.. Epworth Laaga*. 7:10 p. n* , preach. Flrat Church of Christ. Scientist— Corner Waverley street and l*nlv*r- alty bv*bs*. Service* Sunday at 11 ft. m ; subject. "Sou!." SUBday School at >:10 a. m Weekly tsstl- atontel meeting W'edaeeday evening at I o'clock. Rending roots open dally from 1 to I aad 7:1ft to s p. to Public cordially lavlied. All SelBta Chsrcfa—Coraer Hamilton avenue and Wavertey street. Iterld Evans, rector, ttervlca* Bun- day. Pshraary lllh. first Sunday la Xasnt: 1 s. in . holy communion: 9 a. m, Sunday School: 11 a. m, morning prayer and sermon: T:30 p. m.., evening prayer and sddreaa. University Chape] Stanford University. D. Charles flardntr. chaplain. Sen Ires Sunday Borate*; st 11 o'clock: aertnoB by Rabbi Merita Meyer of the Temple Em ma sen. Ban Kranrlserii. sueceesor to Rabbi VoraaBger. Cbsrrh of Bt. Thomaa Aqstea Comer Warerley atreet end Homer avenue. Joseph H. pieason. rector Holy maas Bundar—9 a. m.. chit- dren'a mans, followed hy Sunday School: 10:30. mass with special music: esrmon. Krenlng devotion.. 7:10 o'clock; rossry, terwin and bent-dlrtlon of the blessed sacrament Dally saaaa st 7;*0 a. m. Confeealoea Saturday afternoons asd eventeg*. aad also on ths • af hoty days. Am-*- Pay of Wossrta Teatttce*. The tommlsaloa appointed by the governor of New York to examine lato tha application of tbe teachers of New York city for equal! pey for equal work, has reported adversely, aad to lh* effect tbat women teachers are plentiful, that tbey can be hired cheaply, aad lhat for thos* rest-on* th* stste ahould hare tbe financial beneflt of their cheap labor. Here we bav* lb* dollar philosophy lu ft autehell. If some agitator bad told sa that might la right, that human labor power te a mere commodity, be would bar* h**ee pooh-booed. bal her* w* has* he government of Ihe great commonwealth of New Tork throwing ethlrs to th* wind* and telling as that labor ts a commodity and lhat tbe state should buy In tbe cheapest market. The lesson to be learned from this Is thai tbe teachers, like other workers, must oraantie for tbelr own protection, end the flrst and most Important weapon'th«y must bar* la tbe ballot. If the thousands of teachers In New York, city had had the ballot I think another song would have bees sung by that commission It Is the same te California, or soob will be. Aa too* as oar women leacher* lesrn that their psy does sot depesd ao much oa tbelr eSteteacy. bat more oa thalr fcslplesait***. th* **oa«r tbey win get ob Ib* right path—the path toward pnlltlral freedom. One* tbey have that they ar* on a par with tbe maa Isachvr. JEVNIB ARNOTT.. ttecrrtary Vote* for Women Club. Hayes* Bill Meets Committee's Approval Ml \-i in: TO i \ M I i m .1APA- \I**F IMHUtlll-, AND MIA OP ( M ni i: HACEK IH i:i 1-..U 11 n Wash I agios. Feb. 11.—A bill by Repretseetallr* K A. Hare* af California, alased at lh* c-.rlsa.oa rrom ihe Called Stale* of tk* laboring lasses of Japan*** aad other race*. was reported favorably to the bouse of repreeentatltes yesterday by th* committee on Immigration, b; unanimous vote. _ At present Japes*** Immigration la restricted by a mutual agr**m*Bt between the United Bute* and Japan by tbe terms of which Japan Is supposed lo pr*v«at Ib* laboring claaaee from coming to ths lulled States, Represeauttve Hay**' bill vta- bedtes wbst th* present law contain*, with a clause taserj.ed applying lo the Japes***, bal without spedScally nan-lag them. The clause reads: 'To exclude pereoas who. under tb* provisions Of ths revised statutes Of Ibe L'Blled States, are Ineligible te becoros clll* sens of the Called States unices they •re merchants, teachers, students or travelers for curiosity or pleasure." Tb* statute mentioned defines eligible ellens aa free white persons or AfrlcasB by nativity ur d*ec*Bt, Job Priming si Th* Tims* offt- KitTMI. TO .-OKTKAtTolW. Water .Alto, Cal* Do good to thy frtend to keep him, lo thsy *a*tny to gain him.—' Poor Richard. Doa't rats* a maa for tho quality he te of, but for the quallllee he Poor Richard. Seated proposals sill be received by the Board of Pablls Works of Ike City of Pslo Alto, ("al . up to *> o'clock p. m of Ihs 7th dsy of Marrh. 1110. for foretelling materials and labor and constructing a reinforced concrete slandplpe. or tT steel siattdplpc. or hemispherical bottom tank and tower complete wllh foundation for aald dty. The following dimensions will be ret-ttlred: ff ■ fttandplpe. the height shall be 70 feet above ground. BBd Ihs Inside diameter 10, fast. If 8 ateel lank and tower. th* height to lop or task ahall ba TS feet, aad to Ihe bottom aot over SS feet above ths ground. Tha capacity of ths teak shall not be lass IbSB Itft.OftO gallons. Proposals must be addraaeed to th* City Clerk aftd roust contain a recti fled cheek equal lo ten par cant of th* amount-of tba bid. All of said work ahall be don* arcordlag to specifications, which may be pro- cared at tbe otBee* of tbe City Bb* glneer oT Pslo Alio • The right la reserved tu reject any and all bida. A. O. WAI .K Kit. City Clerk. Dated Palo Alto, Pebraary IS, 11.10. J-10-1*1" "The Rules of the flame" A CALIFORNIA NOVEL BY , STEWART EDWARD WKITE Thla latest and best story from th* pan of th* great American bun tat Magaiine during leio. It Is bat on* of the many big coming year-on* ot the most readable ma-ratlne* published. II be run as s serial to w,.. ft will make Sunset the SUNSET HOLIDAY SPECIALS Bet-tew of Review*, S.too. Aat- AnKrican Magarine $i $o. Sunset ericas Magaaine It 50, Sew-et Magazine $1.50. both far **oo . 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You need the Daily Tim** and the dishes will come in handy in your home or will make a nice present. They must be ««en to be appreciated. A set Is on exhibition In the office of the Daily Times. HOW CAN WE AFFORD IT? We have made a special arrangement with the makers of this wsre to extensively advertise it. In thia wsy we bought it st a low price. Then we give you the benefit of s "new •ubsct-uW' - discount and in that way you get the diahea just for the packing, shipping snd delivery charge of One Dollar. Can you afford to mis* it? ' : s t 9 9 A 9 . 9 9 : s tm BATTSRT tT*S*T. .SAW PRANCIICO. #> »a*- ' -sto-itttsssc-ssssstssssc-ssss'-ss-s To New Subscribers ti.50 Renewall $6.50 Advance Renewall Times 6 month, with Breakfast Set $4.50 See . Sample Set at our Office The Daily Palo Alto Times • ' - * 'aaasasesest'srr*'<:39«eoc(»sse'sta-srr:'*
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      DAILY J'Al.O ALTO TIMES. SAT'.'Ul'AV, MARCH 20. 1909. ©all? palo Blto ilimce S""*****'" fCHAS. P. NOTT CO. Phoae lea A Contractors Th* **lr as-as-t-r tnliy *o tb* -**si*a*u Isass* e—ry afurn-Mi aac-pt tautay. " tacmm *f Ha*s.li*a a****** a * TIMES ruat.lSIIINC COUPANV U. W. Stsaiaa IV W. H. gSLtv S**t*t*4r Tt. SUBSCRIPTION BATES OM Vaar ts-t* |m Mast** as* fcTf!*".:■.■■. :::::: r:o wf hatsml M is* I'-—-*V., Palo Alt*. Calif—* (Hftre S7P Alms At. Engineers Ta***. fW* AH-. CsL ***** iaaaas *hom * Ah* *c gstai !*****» ssywhsi* Is ta* wmtU aiB.Bil. TW Ti-S k ns ia—a*a*la f*r ■bs s*lsia**a at astrsraaeStma. Ankle* m ' I** Otmmt by tht time ***** ef tW wrHet,^i Si* Nathkia ol a *c*S**a»MiMr OOSaM* ' ■St*-** Will tM |r,il,l|d>4.1. H. W. S1MKINS ".". W. II KKI.LY _ n-iToAt SATURDAY. MARCH 19. I»0». We operate * gravel pit at Sesle's Htatlon, Hants Clara county, front which we are prepared t<> *lilp anywhere. GRAVEL IN CARLOAD loi* FOR ROAD SURFACING AND CONCRETE WORK Klllier Iluit-oMrcek (ii-rvel or Gravel flcrecned and Graded, C0RRE3P0NDENCK WITH CONTRACTORS SOLICITED. We are retail -dealer* la Gravel, Haad and Crashed Rock, deliver. ing promptly anywhere wllliln ten miles of Pslo Alto. THB PRIMARY Ml DD1V Whether the legislature enacts the direct primary law aa amended by tb* assembly, or falls to enact any primary measure, the result wlll be a betrayal of tbe pladgas of both parties sad a refusal to carry out the wish** of th* peopl* of th* atate. Th* only way lo which tha leglslsiuro can show good faith is to pass th* bill as It flrst left the •east*. The attempt la being made to cloud the Issue aad place tha blame oa thoae legislators who stand flrra- ly for an honest primary. But this effort will fall and tba blame will rest where tt Oolongs, wtth the **n- atora sad assemblymen who are owned by th* corporations. No'fal- lacloaa arguments can change the fact that the bill aa amended la not what the people want and sxpect, but Is simply a betrayal of trust In th* Interest of tho corporations. Unices the right kind of a primary law can be adopted It woald seem wisest to enact no measure of any kind. Thla would leave the Held free for an honest primary law two rears hence, and those Isglslstors who fall In their duty now may rest assured that better man wlll All their place* after the next election GRAVKL, MONTEREY SAND, RIVKR HAND, ROCK We do grading, excavating and general teaming. Estimates cheer- folly glren on your work. SOIL FOR SALE FOR ANY PURPOSE itiUitlii.ii. Balrrtaln* for Mr*. Obok-r. Mra. John Dudfleld enterUloedj at cards yesterday afternoon. lhaj guest or honor being Mrs. C. P.; Cooley, wbo wltb Mr. Cooley wilt go to Ssn IMego next week to re-' main. . Tbe guests of the afternoon, wbo Included lhe members of tbe csrd club to wblch Mrs. Dudfleld and Mrs. Cooley belonged, wer* Mra. Frlsbee. Mrs. James ll. Llggott, Mrs. Blake, Mrs. Umpbrey. Mr* Joseph A. Jury. Mrs A. L. McKendry. Ml*. W. T. Row*n. Mr*. William Dean. Mr* Brooka, Mra. M. A. Bell aod Mrs. C. P. Cooley Th* flrst prlxa waa won by Mra. Blake, sscond by Mrs. Liggett, and the booby by Mrs. Brooks. A very bsndsome gift of sliver snd hand- painted china was preeented to Mrs. Cooley by the members of the club. ,_f j,..M,,........................,.11»«1«»111B-Ill,,«e«jsllll«ll««lllll««- I LAWN MOWERS ... We would like to show you our stock of Mowers and quote you prices. Ypu will find our stock complete and prices reasonable. PENINSULA ! HARDWARE & PLUMBING CO. S Next to Post Office Phone 351 rilHI44l44444llll4lll444ail4444444l4l»1441444444444414444444444H44444l4444»44l DYNAMITE CAFE | PRICK* hTFTY YEARS HENCE. There are some awful thing* go-1 Ing to happen to aa fifty years heoc* If the figuring of th* statistical Hands In th* United Bute* agrlcul-i tural bureaus hav* any effect on future event*. By thst time, ac-j cording to thslr srltbmatlc, ws wlll | be Importing wheat, placing our lumber In safe deposit box**, sod an sgg wlll bring more than a diamond- Thar* will, of course, be an uplift In price* current, and fortunate Indeed I* th* man or woman* who will bav* settled w|<h the undertaker at present rates rather than to live to know his estate wlll be entirely de spoiled by the expense of a fuoarsi fifty years bonce. However, the federal calculator* give only the farm •ra' and woodrbopper*' side of tbe story- They have forgotten to get \ la the labor commissioners' forecast. That wlll show ^motormen getting liee an hoar, and editors sod anar* writers earning a Jost recompense of fs.&oo a wsek and $l,n word. Altogether, conditions wlll equitably adjust themselves, so tbst oar salaries and wages wlll not be any too high wben compared with tha prices pra-ralllng In ths produce market.—Newa Letter. The "errors or mind" pestering the editor and hla family thla winter have been ' preposterously numerous. In China It la aald tbat families employ a doctor by the year to keep them well (not to care tbem) and when a member gets sick tbe doctor's nay stops, it this system were In vogue here, It seems sa though we would have aome money coming lo us from the doc- ton this winter. It Ib a pretty safe prediction tbat the two threatened civil salt* against tb* city wlll not be brought. aad a still safer one that. If brought, neither will be successful. Enjoyable Hoelal. Th* social at the Christian Church last nlgbt wss a most en'oysbl* affair. Notwlthatandlng th* Inclemency of the weather a large crowd' was preeent and heartily enjoyed j lhe evening. The ■ program was opened by a piano solo by Mrs. Klda Cutter, and ab* was compelled to respond to an encore oa ware all the other parlies who tc'Lowod her. .' r ! letrvmental trio consisting of violin, saxophone and piano was given by John II Pains and the Misses Wlshard. Leland Cutler and John Hughe* rendered s cornet duet, wltb Mrs. Cutler as accom- panlal. Mr. Cutler was leader of the Stanford band while In college. The last number of Ibe program wss a humorous recitation by Mr Cutler, and he kindly responded tn iiti < ii. iirr. as had all the* others. Tbe ladle* larrcd cake and coffee lo all present- San Francisco. March 20. -Three or more desperate yeggmeo uutared tbe Palm raf* on the San Bruno road Just before dsyltgbt this morning, blew open ths safe wltb a heavy charge of nitroglycerine wblch wrecked the entire cafe, and got away with $K0O. When the proprietor, Henry Dant, and his bartender. Benjamin Dalt. came to Investigate th* thieve* turned loose at them with a fusillade of ballots. Dans and Daly got behind barricaded doors and shot at ths night raiders. The Palm cafe, a roadhou**, I* located Just on tbo San Mateo county line, and when the exploelon occurred ihere were eight peopl* sleeping In th* lodging house over the barroom. FINE!!! Easter Suits TAIIX.lt, NKAR POSTOrPICa English Woolens Former College Man Here. There's room within thoee corduroy* Foi three time* Hilly Blake." William Blake, a former Staaford student sod popular member of lbs 8. A. E , Is In Palo Alto for a short \ls.t. but hs ls not so slender ss he waa wben tbe Jingle from which the above quotation la made waa written about him. Mr. Blake married Miss Hartnelt, alao a Sanford student, sud they lived for a time in Palo Alto. Their home la now near Chicago, where Mr. Blake owne a large stockfarm. He ts sccompanled by bis Uttle son, Thomas D. Blake. Mra. Blake ls In San Frsncisco snd will come to Palo Alto In s day or so. In demonstrating tbat agriculture ts all tha better for havlag a good secretary and keeping him steadily at the Job. Mr. Wilson has scored a great succea*.--Chicago Tribune. ■A ' t ! Deposit . . . ' OF PAKT Or YOUR WAGM EACH PAYDAY WILL SOON ! sSrURPRMK YOU WITH THB AMOUNT YOU HAV* TO TOVB I diKi.rr. compound irtbrent will bb added to the 1 AtXXMTKT BACH SIX MOXTIIH. Palo AHo Mutual Building and Loan Association 257 University Avenue PALO ALTO Telephone 178 ->. U M-OAN. Preoldoat. CHARLES D. MARX, Vleo-Prs* MARSHALL BLACK. Be*. A. R. MACOON, Cashlrr. •'A Night Off." "A Night OIT." a comedy lo four arts, adaptsd from tbe German, by Austin Dsly. wss presented at th* Playhouse last evening by tbe Sorts) Drhmslic Club, th* drsmstls peroonae being: Justlnlsn Babbitt, professor of anctent history—Mr. A. C. Whit- taker. Harry Dsmask. hla son-in-law— Mr. William Cranston Jack Mulberry, In pursuit of fortune—-Mr. L. M Place. Lord Mulberry. In purault of Jack—Mr. C. it Wing. Marcus Brutus Snap. In pursuit of fame snd fortune—Mr. W. D. Brlgg* Prowl, usber at thr university— Mr. W. F. Hyde Mrs. Xsnltpps Babbitt. professor of conjugal management In the pro- feeaor's household- -Mrs Karl Rend- torTr Nlsbe. his younger dsugbter— Miss Msry Hutchinson Angellra Damask, bis elder dsughter—Mia* Dorothy Marx. Susan, servsnt at the Babbitt's - Mr*. A. T. Murray. Maria, servsnt at the Damask's— Mrs. 8. W. Charles fUsehell at Mayfleld The Native Boos of Santa Clara are to cross bats with tbo Mayfleld firemen tomorrow at B 30 p. m.. on the Mayfleld diamond. Tha Native Rons announce thai It Is a practice game for them, aad the firemen declare that tbey will endeavor to make It th* moat. lively practice they hav« yel experienced thla sea- son. "If th*y sre looking for laurels they must chooae something easier tban the fireman." declare* Captain Charle* Soto and P, Mc*-! Innls WHEN WOMAN RULED. The Msternsl ft, mm at 0**c*n* en* Female gwprsmacy. "Profeeaor Thomas. In 'Sex aud So* ttcty.' tells u* tbst 'the maternal system of descent I* found In sll |-arts of tbe world where social sdvsnce standa •t * certain level, and the evidence wsrrsnts Ibe assumption lhal ever* group which advances to s culture atate passes through Ibis stsge,' ** says lb* Dncbesa of Msrlbon-UEh In Ibe North Aniertcsn Iterlew. "in Australia and Afrit*, wltb tew exception*, descent ws* formerly reckoned In tbe female 111..*, ou lb* cuiiti- nent of America. In Cblua and J*i>..i traces of thl* system are found, ana la parta of India It la still lu full tan * Among t he a merles n I ndlsn tribes and tb* alMirlglnes of Australia missionaries snd ethnologists sre sble lo bear wltne*** that 'the women were tbe great |*..wt*r among the elans ss everywhere else' "Aa a natural . otus-qucoi e taws of rank aod property follow the strictest malenisl tine, and women bsd In noroe cases the rlsht to dl»ml**. their hu* bsnda. keeping the children to succeed tbontNch'e* mid Is* metnlier* "f llii'il own clnu. "And sfler tbe estabtUbt-tcut of tbe male system the women attll heM property-* aunirsl from msternsl times A form of divorce pronounced by a bust-*nd wits 'Begone, for I wilt no longer drhe thy flocks to the pas ture"'" A SOLAR ECLIPSE. *■»■■■♦■-*.*■'*.**> I FOR SALE *-f,.ViO—A nil.-I) Improved place of three acres, located withia 0*4 minute*' walh of the station at Mountain View; all planted to full-bearing orchard; has' a 7-room boose, bem. poaltry hoose aod other i.utbulliilogs, well windmill aad taak. »i.wm-—su aerea of fcU-bearing molr peaches, located oae mile . from Mountain View; Mi are sis years old, aod th* soil la first class; place caa be Ixingbt un easy terms. * 175—Home No. 1 fruit aad alfalfa land dotted with beaatlfal «*k tree* for sole la tea-sen* tracts. This property Is located a short drive from Mountain View. Terms half caah, balance lo remain on mortgage. ».-...-wmi—T.-s acres of nr*i-cl*- orchard, «la acres la apricots, four acres In prune*; ha* a six-room Iioose, ham, well, windmill and tank aad ■ n. I..-..-.I taakhoose; two home's. farming Implement*, trays, ht.tt-m mad ceamplete equipment go with tbe p**operty; lo sled one mile, from station; ftrst- class "sedlmewt soli; caa Is* irrigated If ne-reaaary. M"\l . lu LOAN—We have M.OOO io loan on fir*!-. Is— Palo Alto property, either i-e-.lil.-ii. <• or bu*ineas. at II per ceat aet WILLIAM P. WRIGHT Mountain View, California *-* -»,*,4»*a>, ♦■*■ *■».*♦♦■» *—mm e-e*.*—* -»■.»* 1*1. him <;i*c- Thirty Daya Arthur Ludden was before Recorder Thomas yesterday on the charge of disturbing th* peace, hav-' log been arrested by Officer Mathl- aon the nlgbt before while Intoxicated. He waa given a sentence of thirty daya lo tha county Jail. He had been In Palo Alto a couple of weeka. According to Ludden's own story he served two and a half years In a Clab aaylum a* a peoalty for killing a policeman. Ho*, tl Csn Hsppsn, Cens.-ssrina th* Six* ef th* Moon. It bas 1n-.ii ssked bow a total ecllper of tbe sun can ptiswlbiy happen, as the moon Is sm-ilier tltun tbe sun. A self luminous bod). Ilk* Ibo sun, scat ter* lit. tit In all directions, and when the reja fall upon a nonlaml- aous body Ibey sr* Intercepted from the space ImmedisMy behind It. snd s shadow I* thrown a certain distance In that direction. Another celestial body, deriving slsu IU light from the sun. wlll upou enter]ng tbs arcs over which tbls shadow Is i*st lie deprived of Its luster either wholly or In part. Thl* I* what happen* to tbe esrth In a >*>lar eclipse. The sua and earth revolve In Ihe same plane of the ecliptic, ami tbe moon, being but slightly Inclined to that plane. Interpose* between tbeiu once In every revolution, so that ll happen* tbat Ihey are sometimes nil three In Ibe same line. When thl* ra-eurs a portion of tbe moon's .-t-a-iue sphere kt area projected apoa tbe sna's face. Intercepting Its light, proportl-mste with tbe magnl tude uf tbe ectlpee. which depends npnn Ihe ill*isncea separating tbe center* of the sun and moon sl the mid die of tbe phenomenon. Only In esses wbere tbeee centers precisely correspond caa these be • total obsrar*' Hon -New York American. BUICK MODEL io Come In And See It STANFORD AUTO AND MANUFACTURING CO. 443 EMERSON ttteetettegtttemetetttmgttetgttmtxigttgmgtft^ 3 WHITE STAR LAUNDRY . KAWA. Ptupglseil*. - • Oaly hand-work Japanese 1 aaodry. Oood work a apsctelty. a Family waahing*. To* caa al ways hod as at SM Etnar-opa atreet 9 B_ ___, - »•*••• M9X fi ™9999******9***ns***u*9**9*****r**n*Tn**th**nw The showers have blessed aa and the sunshine Is sroolng forth the' flowers, but the lawn needs weeding and the vines should be trained over' the porch. Just remember that' beauttful home surrouadtngs pay and thst the sotting of the hands with earth after office hoars brings greater seat for the duties ef tomorrow . Pnmrose pork sausage Delicatessen store. Phoa* si*K t-15-tf Herl-ert Heavey. weighing *TV. 1-4-und*. decided to reduce electrically He wrapped a cull of copper wire rouud his wsl*t. ronnectad It wllh tbe telephone apparatus sod. sure enough, began at once to grow tighter st tbe rate of several poaod* s minute This I* s grand scheme." chuckled Heavey. pnllltij/out the waistband of bl* irouaers^whlch a-as already a foot too big for his waist. Tben *uddenly tbe telephone bell rang. "Is tbat Herbert Heavey*" a gruff voice aeked ■Yea.* era* tbe reply "Well, 'hi* I* tbo exi hang*,** sanp pad tbe voice "\\'\ii v.,ii poaege <•*•>■• frying *.r»ii>,«v ortttt lhe t.-ic*.h. n. wires" Odr atli ts all fall t.f imt.t Fine Clothes for FINE MEN Me oro Intrudnrlna the relet.rat- ed Sirln-Ul.Kh tailored e!o4bee fa, asea. Abe Roeraweld A Well era.. Ht.l.KI'lUKir BOCKS 11,11 unitvS AND aCNTUDIKN. The Toggery G. J. Carey A. B. Hughes
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      OAILV PALO ALTO TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE ig. 1908. -_■-, S)sli*j palo Blto gimeg TSa ooly utmwtry _*Sv se **s pssissssa sl Ssa CO __J «»«» a_Wi*Qsa mem* Swrfar, « «*« _r of Hiifl Sua* sod Lfiuaa Ayeaot, by the TIME* rUSLlSHISGCOMrANV ST. H- KSL4.V- susKsirrfoN bates BT'M ———■ tarn Adiaitlaa** lain wpam sffUcatlssk S ui J.O.BoeF. &*T-rijgtyssAa;g mKytltt ttua^ma Ol Om wOm. mm tmpaO- tfmM*tc*opS£t*'llk4tome aetata mOt ba twb-' «. W. StKSINS W. K. SS1XY gOITOBS THURSDAY, J17NE lt, 1»0S FDtB Limits. The proposition to extend the Sre ttmits to Lyttoa sv*on* on Alma _Str**t la * good suggestion snd one which seems to encounter no objection on th* part of the property owners. ThU block Is mads up of hotel*, restaurants, livery etablss. blacksmith snd carriage painting SJhops snd other •stobltshments, all of which rat* higher thsn ths average ln th* Sr* Insurance tables, lt Is *qu»Hy true thst th* limits on ths *jthsr side of University svsnn* ssght to b* extended to Hsmllton *V**ttS- It would b* s reform of benefit to the mercsntlt* district If tb* tlv*ry •tobies could sll be located ln ths willing dUtf-let, whar* th* haiard of Sr* wonld b* less. Tb* storing of -hay snd ths kssrplng of lsrg* num- "bsrs of horse* Is both dangerous sad •unsightly, snd In^hst way a damage to sll othsr mercantll* Interest* In Ths district. Th* psrt of town in th* gen*r*I locsllty of Dean's mill would be tho most suitable for sl) ■thst etas* of basin sss. It would Interfere teas with rsstdsnee property "th*re than fn any othsr svaltsbl* lo- ostlon which Is aufllclently centre! Wbll* on th* »ub.*et of Sr* rsgn- tsticns tbsr* Is *ooth*r Important tostter which should hsvs tks stton- Jpss of ths commltts* on safety sad -Bpaltotton. Thsrs is sn ordtnsnos la r&ro* (but not enforced) regulating •ft* mstter of exit* to public halls *nd assembly pUc«s. Oa* of th* provision* Is that exit door* shall -•Swing outward and shsll b* open daring meetings. MP11PP*** ^MMp^ttiiiWfoioaooaoaaooo+aoaaaaaaoo^iiatliwwlooPoaooaooili Phone 351 Look in Our Window and see that steel range we are offering for $50.00 set up j complete with water back and all connections. This range was j priced by the J. F. Parkinson Co., at $62.50. We have rrarked down our entire stock of stoves and ranges in like proportion. Let us show you the many points of superiority about this steel range PENINSULA HARDWARE AND PLUMBING CO. S>kkkkkkkkl>«>SSStS>ISSS*BS»»SV«hh»kh*^»tS*St>>g>gB»tgggg»»S>Shlg>h»k»Bhg»»hhh> such purpose*, slso* a people la whom th* lev* of th* beautiful I* nurtured and developed cannot fall to bs nobler snd happier than ' * people whds* *nvironm*ots srs sordid snd UBb*«utlfu 1. From this point of view ths dty authorities of Santa Clara sr* n_*k- tgg s gra»* mistake In Insisting nponi ITHTBD STATIS WIL". TABB PART Df PAIB Now that ths Unitod States government hss msde s ftOS.StO lectin, a wstertsok la th. pablic j P""*"1" "» PartSelpatloa la tke park, aad th. woa*™ of that tow. A_ita"T".0n"?<^„:?r.?"£l mn lauded la _,htla, sacb aexlaal »"* ****** SB, 1,0, fair Ba beea iBtbacoarU. Tb. eaoral ri.bu ara Blr*. .a la.pBt.te. Wkll. there ha. never been ssy doubt In the minds of the msasgsmsat ss to the suo- sll with the women, snd II the trustees wtn ths Isgal right to* carry ont thsir purpo** Santa Clars cltlxsns srlll hsvs an object lasso a tn ths vatus at * charter providing for tbs FROM TOO MCCH O RAZING cess of tk* exposition, and as to tto helag ready on tlma, th* gov*r* msnt's scUob hss stlmnlatod mar* Interest to th* fair throughout th* •osatry. During the past week sppllcatlos* for concessions snd exhibit hsvs been pouring Into tb* office* to th* Administration building TB* ls-j »wtn-ctton work has gone ahead fonila snd th* west generally ar* ******** *** esssstlon. snd there sre finished *r undsr construction nine now before the dspsrtments of agriculture snd the Interior protests bsrs been lodged against the grsslng of shsep on srsas ta ths utory to tho** used In Irrlgstton projects, R being alleged that th* browsing or vegetation hy th* stock I* consist v*ry matortal damag* to tha watersheds. Secretary Osrttold, of th* depart- There Is sa wctrg giant of th* intorior, hss laid a for- to Molten's Rati on ths Lyttoa. ms! complstnt h*for* Secretary W11- i*v*nu* sld*. bu( ws noticed that og ! son ol the djtpsrtmaB-t of agriculture, th* occasion of th* H*nsy spo*ch,' ahd has r**el**d s J*ply thst, ss sl- B/hen ths ball was psoked full of i tot men to of grsstag torritory lb th* people, this exit wss closed aad se-| national forests hsv* been made fori Philippines, ttt.000 gnrely locked. Jt does aot tsk* this ysar. nothing esn be don* st -ssueh Imsglnation to for**** what'preeent looking to tha prohibition or[ -frost dlsastsr mlsht sometime befall farther restriction of sheep prlri-: .$sm this infraction of ths miss. Is leg**. As s result It hss been agreed j building*. B . Tb* government architects working oa the plans for ths Unols ostlonsl torssto"VsvWstrea_Bs trto- ■u•0', ********** *** Jast ss soon as the designs are flntebed constrocttos will be started. Of the total appropriation tlfiO.000 will be spsnt In ths buildings. Beside* th* mala .-xaa.a_all-ll.la. __._«. -Ml W WlShlBg fM B*COS*B IB goremmWt bonding, thsr* will b* forU to p^.^^ «**, t M strsolar** for Hawaii, Alssks. ths Philippines aad th* fUb*rl*a In dostry Th* remaining 11..,OOO will be expanded for exhibits as fol< lows: Oov*ram**t. $100,4*0; Alaa- ka. llSO.OfS; Hawaii. ftt.gtt I METCALF TO BETIBS FROM PUBLIC UFB -p panic this narrow at a trees* would 'instantly be Sited by the rush, and »h«n tb* peopl* got to th* bottom vend found th* door locked' they Would be wedged In s hole, unable m go either wsy, snd many woold 0* Injured to th* crash, tf nothing grors* happened, ..- We hsve been Informed thst th* practice of keeptag this exit locked m s general one. snd If this Is true 9 ts s mstter which shonld be 'looked Sfter by tk* proper author!- &**- It Is sastor to prevent as soci- d*nt tbsn to csr* It after tt hss happened. tost experts from each department shsll consult this sammer with the stockmen concerned, aad *ndesvor to arrive at som* decision In this matter, which so vitally a Sects th* livestock Industry snd slso Is of very grsat moment to Irrigation la ts. Ssorsmeato valley peopl* ar* interested on eaeh rods, stne* many of th* farmers who aaa water os their lands slso grass shsep Is ths sam-j msr in*th* nations! forests, where 11* the watersheds of onr great streams. San Francisco, June - lt.—Thst j Secretory of th* Navy htetealf Is don* with pablic life sad will, with the end of President Roosevelt's sdmln titration, retarn to Oaklaad snd de- rote himself to tsw and.other business Is the sn-ghstfc statement thst comes from Wsshlsgton. Thsrs Is ssld to bs no foundation for tb* report thst hs wss to tsk* a foreign ambassadorship Is ths *v*at of th* election of Tsft ss prssldsnt. One version hss It thst th* bsr- sldln- of Metuirs rotar* la botpp Industriously carried on with a vtgw terters* with oonasrvatlon of water supply, shonld be forbidden. Tat tt Is not needful to prohibit grsiisg ln th* forest r-serves, bnt only to rsgu- StXTA CLARA EBBDS RECALL. Any town that seeks to dlv*rt Its parks snd public places to ntHltsrisn #srposss ta aot Is touch with 'tha £•*•« of th* prssent dsy. la all .isrg* cities millions or dollars sr* •being expended to purebss* land •thst may. bs con vert ed% into parks Ht. ssd Mrs, George B. BUI, from •pat plsygrounds. Ths** op*n spso**] Bmeryelite. Mrs. R. L. Fulton snd *r* mor* for th* bsslth of th* peo- [ daughter Margaret ar* spending a •pte. th* provtdtag of virile manhood; few **** with Miss ll. K Claap. 1KB *od womanhood for th* coming g*u-j Lytton avaaaa. Whiter U. Tobey •erstlons. thaa tar tbslr esthetic However much graxlng may he . restricted, of necessity, ther* eaa be '**??_ ?• ^JS.^S^.*1* * no question that whstover 1-gpallB th* psrssassoe* of th* forest, or In- candldst* for th* United Ststo* senate next winter Oa th* other haad j com* posltlv* assumaesa from Us Mends thst ho will not aspire for blgh station again sad that th* candidacy of Senator Perkins for re- Commrnds Hie Times For Its Attitude MATIOOtAL AtaOOCAX WOMAN SrPTRAOB ASSOCtATIOB Of. TK8JGBTBD IB PALO Al/TO. Th* following letter has aaaa received from the national headquarters Of the Woman Suffrage Aaaoclatlon at Warren. Ohio: Editor Times. Pslo Alto. Cal.— My Deer Sir: Onr pr*s* clippings hsv* brought ns your recent editorial suggesting that Pslo Alto pro* vide for municipal suffrage tor women In Its new charter. I much pleased to thaak yoa for It. I hare Juat learned thst a movement Is on toot to Incorporate th* town of Falrhop*. Ala., sad that ta* Incorporators ar* all tn favor of,giving women equal political righto with m*n ln thst municipality aad thst an effort will be msd* to do so, provided such action does oot Interfere with the state constitution. It woald snpesr that after sll th* soath, which Is supposed to b* retro- grsaatv*. hss seme lessons to ns of tbs north aad w*st. Certainly It wonld glv* Palo Alto s untqus df Unction If womsn suffrsg* were pi Tided for to th* a«w cbartor. ymar at- promote Tours most cordially. ELIZABETH 3 HAU8ER. Chairman Pre** D*p*rtm**t :. Oafto* -feagraaas. •■ Saaday. Jus* list grsm). Congregational Church, p. m.: Traeumerel and Romana* .... Sohumaan Els*VDream, and H*r Bstraace lato th* Cathedral (Lohosgrla) ,u Wagner Andsnt* from Tftok Op. st Inflammstos W«da«*dsy, June ttth Church, 4:30 p. m.: Awtonte Cantablle. Op. t7..Lamar* Prayer Cbsuvst Canon In the Octave De Wllm Bhapaodto from Sonsts la O ma- Jo-' v* ■ • LoaMa Offertolre to B Bat . . . Psul DevrsSV Alias Mendelssohn j (a) "O for the wings of a dove.' (bl **Og.wings of mnsir stsnling.' Erinnerungen R. C Blodgett Nocturne In O minor. Op. t. Its. l Chopin Cavatlna in D major L , ., Raff r Stahat Mater) ******** tml '**> Elite Market .,. H. nacB, Tneateur. BU I'al.ersltr Axcws--. The Beat of Inspected Meats Personally Selected HAMS ABD BACO-f OP THB BEST BAIfDS. POULTBT AHD OAMB IB SBABOB. KREBH FISH ETBRT FRIDAT. •oa***waw*g**aaomaoaaa*w*ooa**o***•**••** *ss****» SPAULDING'S Pacific Cleaning and Dyeing Worb an.is A Bee-e, meenm tor aB aarrltssT Balaaa. view aaaa BadaaK. oatj. Baaaasa-a ahassa BdBS. OBaa phoa* lilK, IM Clrcls, Pal. AJ-o. wttb .......................«...................'.... ava anaa ♦ TOO HATB TO uaa ' in lonslr aaaa wkll. roa traaa, ; ta aaan-t of ssaxa aaa ta naaalr ; raar aata. Haw ara raa rata, to help It? Blrapl-sr! this, ta ths world. Basa aa rspslr rear ; aato bsfors raa start oot. Thea there will be ao Bnakdowas. Na ? aliia-BN' IB. leaxla, raar aaaa- / psbIob W. ptermt aato brsaks ss wall aa rapalr thaaa. STANFORD AUTO AND MANUFACTURING CO. New Things We Have In Stock Bar-Le-Duc Jellies Dried Mushrooms Salad Washers Bissells' Carpet Sweepers Japan Tea, new crop; just two chests came in on steamer China—and we have one of them. Try it; its fine. Anything you don't see, ask for. Come in anyway-will be glad to see you ,—, ,—, r EARLE & CO. University Aae. an aaiats lat. It .ff^l.elr.-a^r.B«.to Bm\%*""' c" "*' *«r .a. tat. aeare. Sfha moat sutbsattc laforau.tloa I seem, to be that Mattel, tad. psb- lic nt. too co.Hr a atxarr. '. waJua Tat. far the latter aloaa there would be saopls Josttfi- estloB for tks laxaataaaat msds far has beaa sbowla, thea. orer Stan- lord Ualraraltr today Messrs. To- b*r sad Hill araaa trtaaata at Caraaa City tn tb. early dsy.. Owtaa to tb. receat d*s.k ol ,1a Lois Millar ta* Bpaaata leap, ef wbleh ahe was a member, announces thst tbe-soclsl will aat be Bald at tbs boms ot Mra. A- O. Bush oa rrt- dsr nl,bt as hsd bsen srrsnxed. H* slwsys appsars orthodox who hits oar n.l,hbors bard. Vaaaaaaaaa,,,,,,,, «„,,,», aittttuut Palo Alto Mutual Building and Loan Association • The Association is under State Super- } j vision, and jts boob and affairs are at all • T*** B"^i j times subject to examination, without \ ...., ! previous notice by experts appointed by | the State. 257 _r.lTW.ity Araaae, I'ALO ALTO. Telephone 178 . a,rrtc, ^, a»»,»iaaaa>a»aaaa»aaai»»«»aaaa»aaaa»aaaa»n„„,it "**** Brr. Q*orpe E. Bb«bb of Baata Clara, T. B. Boron at SsrS.o... R.r D A. Rms-.ii of aaa Joee. state sseratarr: J. H. McCollou.h of au Joaa aad Hurlbert P. Joaas ot HellUt.r. Thl, th. Bulldto, snd i\^^m^lTSl!l^a^ Loan A_*oc-*tlo& Laws of Calif oral*, and engsge* In no comm*r- I*** "W nB0*f *** **-**-HrBhlp ot P. cial or spwulstlv* business. Monsy Is received on running stock or oertlftcat** of snd dividends paid thereon. Funds sr* totnsd otcly oa Ant mortgages oa real estate to B Pslo Alto sad SanU Oar* eounty. Loans ar* not mad* on p-raonsl s*c*rtty. Th* coaraoUoa of ministers st tht Christian Church opened this afternoon st t o'clock with a fair attend- Notice to BMttse*. I sse* from oat of towa. Aa w* go ftwaled soda wltl b* received for remodwUag th* has—s*at of th* Palo Alto public library according to plsn* msde by O. Laumetotor. Th* plans msy be obtained at hts ofllce. room lt. M*df*ott-Th*lts building. Palo Alto. Cal. Bid* wll) be received not later than 7:SS p. at. July t, Ittt. E. C. THOITS. Secretary Board of Library Trn*- t£ toW t-lt-4t E. Bttiwn. B*v. H. P. Sooo* win deliver th* sermon at th* tervlee at t o'clock thla evening. If tb* itpvek hor*** insist oa w«*r- ln* merry widow bits this sua_m*r ther* will be aothlag left to do nut widen th* avenaes and eraak was arrested white st- pttag to mak* a speech to con- grass from th* gsllery of th* house. Otmgrsss wltl not tolerste competl- ■ tlon.—Cbtcafo Nsw*. *", - Th* on* bop* thst all believers to .'successful seronSntlcs ellag to now J; U thst th* Wright brothers msp aot '** wroag.— Chicago Inter Ocean. o-o**www*aaaa*w****aaoooooo M. H. BILLE ■ . Landscape Gaiuener Tibs*, Shrub*. Plant* sad Basils. hUpsrlaaosd ms* far Contract or day work. Rssldsoc* 17P Wsvartsp SL Portofflc* box tl. PALO AldO, OAL. »esa as **••»» ****** ssss****s *Sseee*ee****************s****s pmmmmmmmmpmmm* n»«i. Who and How When Palo Ahe wss a few houses on s wheat field we were The Grocers. As k any ol the pioneer patron s Wbo we are. .%, Jg.--.al_. > y§k~. ' G. W. La Peire $ Son 5it Ramona Sttaet Telephcmt a* >.BB,a»».s ....in .,. a...s.t«s,,a„atat„tttat--iaaMaaa.w.ssassss1w1s,s i LAS P-ALMx-VS GREENHOUSES . -SaBf-P" i PUNT a FUNT. Proaa. { J Flowers, Plants ai.d decorative work ■ ooa-x-tB h-joi_toii aaa ami haib bt. pho-b m S faaa»a>aaaaaa»aaaaaaaaaaa,»aaaaaaaa»a»a»aaa»aMa««aaT tttuttutttmtututututtuuttutux-uuuuix, 5 WHITE STAR LAlliNDRY J - BA ar a. Ti mill i. s Oaatr Baad wort lapaaaaa laundry. Ooad work . Family wssbln,.. Taa caa slwsys and as at tit Emersoa I 3 Palo Alto. P rkk,»»»,»akk,aaaka»»»,»«,„>,»,„,„,„ .........MWB...BBB................^f,,....,.-,. G. H. ALLEN OIL CO. for CL__T_a___XD BOT BLA-T OIL aa Bar Cook aaa. > aad aaa aaa S,, aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTwwaaaaaaaaaaaataaaaa. Subscribe For The Times. • i
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      Palo Alto Times TUESDAY - OCTOBER M, lfatt HfWS or TMI TOWN. Wm. Brown of PhUodslpLla Is m*L- La« a stay ol a few waaks la Palo Alto. John Martin * Co. will malt* the »«- teas-tons sad alteration* oa the u-unki- psJHghlkf plant Tmterday Jndf* Lorig-an granted the petition of ibe Palo Alto Christian Church, ta sell Its lot. Clark A Bonry hav* aeeared the oootract from tae towa for tae eon- *l*-octlon of the tvxmrrolr pomp pit aad other stcarailnus at tb* water A Woman's t-ridaltollc Club hs* bos* formed at Baa Jos-,. This my-aalxa- Uen deal* with tb* distribution of so- ataUstto litarainra, lb* education of ehildren aad other uaiur* of a Uk* sater*. A. & Partes, wbo baa for some year* oooducted a stock retain* buslnss* on a portion of the Stanford property, has toased the Brooke raaeb, near La Honda, aad oill dsvnte It sxcltxtivsly tfstcah. Mr. B.umb*rt of Sen Francisco to la tews this week. Be oeme Intending te ops* a telloria* nuelaaat, I-uteouM Bat Bad a seilabte room. He baa. \bmratora, deridad te open a shop la Msnlo Park for tb* preaeat, wllb a View to looslicg bar* wbeo be oaa pro- *ur* lultaeto qt-ax-ter*. B. P. Hall has jo*t oompleted th* ■ale of three toe lota In blook 10, *l tbe comer ol Kmrssu streal and iVn-al avsauo. Josspb Moo* to the purehsssr of this eboi-j* properly, which lis* I* a htvorits port of tb* tuna, as Ii to n**r **fauch lb* bustnss* cooler to b* dosfi *bl* for dwellings. SPECIAL NOTICES. Plain sewing a*elr~r flone, also sm- broidery and It alien bur* work Ml*. Mabel Weld, U3.'. Ramona. 10 ST Bl Lost—A pair of nmlra* (old af** (tassea la Madk cue*. Ptadsr plana* teas*, at Steaford Pharmacy and rami te reward. Children'* rubber* 1ft cent* * pair whit* tbey tost at Ultaxna's 8bo* IxtcOr*, 19B University avenue. 10-se-Bt. If yon waat a quiok luneb or a food equar* Deal go to Carlton A Bay**' Coffss aad Chop House. 12ft University atrenn*. tf. Woman w**;* work by day *r month. Call at Mariposa Huns*. 10-Sft -ll Loss— La*l July, a long, troy, cloth at-eauat book eoateiaina; nxmee aad ad* drams*. BS reward U returned to Sim. kins'Book Store. 10 U 01 Prlvtt* lessons la TrLcoaometry. B. W. Itecord. Pale Alto. 10-21 -fit. Flat of fear roam* to let, BIS pa* month, lneludlng eleotrle lights snd water. Apply at 7SS Ramona street. 10-93-tf I. Stewart, Beater la bars ass aad BBddasry, baa at present la h> employ a oompateat earriafe trimmer. All ordora promptly attended to. He also earriu* a (all Un* of barn***, whip*, rob**, dusters, etc Itepalriof ot all kind*. 8 It U WHAT IS THK DEVORE IHA MMMi COMPANY. Call oa J. T. Dunn at tb* Wall., Parso Rulldln* and h* will st plain and show yuu bow you oan Invest your money la any sum* from dollar and twenty five cent* per week wp tu aay amount. aud receive two dollar* for each on* yon invest 10-SS-SI Por indls.-v-.tion and dyspepsia use Seller's Kseenc-i of lVu*ln.,Mk- and Bl aar bottle. Sold at Ifa* Steaford Pbar- -aaey. Tbs Steaford Pharmacy Alto -nor* prescriptions ihan all other drtifftota COQllllli.-.l. Hadaut's psehiias* and teltet artleks aNtossl* si the Stanford i'hsrmaej. H-Ho, tbors! hare you rone tho (elVsr wltb bla One pronna* Ed Lyi m* in; harm arotiad—If ha should mlm yen wad blm a pastel to Mountain Vte*. lu-lS-Sw-dw Tbe Eagl* Drue Co, la h-sadquarters for Wakslne's well known apoclaltlos— CaaMlllau, tor tb* rompleixloo: Llkol*. she Wale; llosse aad Iloormary, far tb* hair, M***uaaa-*' Headache Fow* rVakalea's Pool Powder; Cold Cra Cucumber Ciwam, Squirrel poison ami many other*. tf Mr*. Ella B. McTJvwsIl of Saa Jam will rseam* bar nlsssm bar* oa Moo day* aad Thursdays. Studio at tb* hata* of T. II. Wilson, 137 Klplln* Btraet near Unlvsrslty it.hu*. 10-T-Ij For Us to-■ Half a plot la Cyprsas Isuwn -*stn*tery for aal* cheap. Km imrlJorilBrs -uMresa. Mrs. A. Hooh, 1041 Mission street, Ben r**-u-ei*co 10-1-la Per Boat— Pour room ootte*** with bath aad -deetrlolight*. ItenlBIB with water. Enquire at Times olflt-e. If you waat -roar hernnsa r*palr*d asat and cbaap, taka It to lb* Jrnay Harnsss Bbop, ftSt Hi*h ttre-rt DISCUSS THE CANAL TREATY LEGATION OF THE SOUTHERN Rt PUBLIC TRYING TO REACH AN A4RBEMBMT. Wathlngton. Oct «.- with th* aaaeeacimsat mod* Sat or day that the Colombia* lecaltee bar* has taksa ap with tbe atat* d*-*rt tnsot th* subject of ths treaty between the United Stat** aad Coiombta tot tb* traester of tb* l*aas*a* canal tbta roaati-y. Mr. ttgrraa. tb* aer-rwtai-y ef tbe Colombian testation, was at tb* dspsrtmeat y**tsP*y. A* brteSy stated I* these dispatches, tary little progress ha* b**n atade ta this matter a p to lb* prsssat Urn*. aad*ratood there ts sobm frktloe t» tweea tbe two departmei nf tbe arts of ftsar Admiral Casey. wbo deprived Cotombla of the privilege of traaipurilng bar troops over th* Psxaras railway. II u not Mpsctsd, howsver. that this incident will very materially reiard tbe ie*I Of Colombian diplomat* bor* to proceed a* fas, aa poaaibla wttb tb* treaty. Thar* ar* several otetacte* la th* ay. oa* af tb* grsateet In potat of time balng that Colon-Ms baa not yet elects-d the con*less which I* to na*a on th* treaty, tt ta also'said that wh*a tba eongr*** meet* It wtll be bnralag with raseatmaat al tb* rale* •etabllthed hy this gotsrnmeai for the present root red of the I'a nam* railway, aad there la greai chaac* that th* y might b* rejected ualsaa a aun-r ber of aew contomloo* are aud* to tbe -Colombians. Minister Cora* ef Nkaragna has arrived la this enuiiiry aad will be In Waiblngton In a day or two. Tb* Nicaragua canal to still aa alternative with tb* -rreeldeuL J. J. MORRIS Kill Estate aad lasa-raac* Broker PALO ALIO-Por Special bar-atlas In Pslo Alto property, see ibis r*ot- RAILR0AD8 ARE ALL SHORT OP HOLLINO STOCK. few Tork. Oct is— Railroad nffl- clala doclare that th* tadieatioas of a serine* car sbortag* lb rough oot th* coantry ar* becoming more pronounced aod the outlook Is earning no Ilttla apprahsntlon. Tba movsmsnt of general freight, both east sad w*et- bound. to rat-sJi-ted to be unuiuall*" baary. Uader normal c-r-ndltlrin* th* principal line* would And their far ill- beevlly taxed. Tb* termination of lb* (-obI strik*. aow*r*r. sad lb* noamptlo* of mialag baa reealted la aa abnormal demand for cor* of all Mind* suitable to carry coal by tbe anthracite roads, and the heavy eoal shlnment* are exB*rl*d to smrsrsly tax tbs hauling pow*r of three line*. All rail grain has aot yst starts* ta come forward lo aay atoat extent, hut will begin te move la large quantities aext month aad then. Judging from all prvirnt tBdtcatloaa. th* offlclsl* **- elate, the Ilnea wtll witness on* ef tb* -rrestsot car shortage* oa record Al) tb* trunk lines sre using their utmost endeavors to enforce the per diem agreement to hurry the return of their cars. THEY DENOUNCE MISTREATMENT OF THE IRISH laOndon. OeL It—Aa Impaasloned coademnstlon of Brttlah nils In Ireland raa heard again laat alght ftotn tba Nationalist aecttoo of th* hous* tors moo. Tba pt-oeeedlaga war* cation*ll)- latarrunted by the innate wllb which the scone* sre regularly accompanied- With tbe aaslstancs of a number of Liberal m*mb*rs. Including Sir H»nry Cs-apfcrllBaai and Sir William Veraua llat-eourt. the Nationalists ajuatered suncteal voti to permit William O'Brien to move the adjournment of the bouaa for the pur- poea of dl.cussing tb* proCs*ln*tloa of tb* crtta** act te Irataad. Mr. O'lirim argaed that ih* harsh administration of this act was dangering Ih* peae* of Ireland, accused Ur, Wyndbam nf employing ^iglands power to eaahl* th* lerrt- torial magnate* of Ireland to play their own game. He eoateadsd that Doblla was much taure peaeable than Birmingham and aald tba Irish war* prepared to make gea*roua terms with the teadlords If ths tatt*r wuaM act as Irishmsn In.trad of posing as 'country !«•*. half-caste Anglo-Irish OO- torouns." Otber Irlihmen having spoken. Mr. \>yBdham. la defenae of th* government sold illegal iBtlmldatloa mast bs surpTTiiei), aad. although hs dls- llksd te use military terms, hs declared that "pending the settlement ot force* tb* National membara *hout log lih olwenation." and- "se si-cept th* challenge." ate. Mr. Wyadaam coatln- a*d by ctttag ntimerout caeee of boy- cottiag aad ccaelradad bis taesch by Ba clartng tt was hep*1 ess to perwsmAa parllamant to iii*al With th* land que*. Una wl-ll* this system nf lntimlttallou prsvsiasd. Str Hoary htamed the gureramsat tor refuolag (Bdlitl-H for the dlscussloo of Irish matters, aal decmred that Mr. Wyad- **n bad felted to Justify the -mtorc*- ■tant of the i-tIum* act H* said that after ten years of reeotat* gov tram ast reload bad "a erima* set for Its msgrrs r-barta and tterxeoat Sheridan aa tbs embodlifisni of ks aad order. Umbrellas J. J. MORRIS PALO ALTO, CAL. $ .50 .75 1.00 ZOO 2.50 3.50 *7he haberdasher PALO ALTO The Fair 200-20U-204 University Ave. We roust make our adrertlrin-* •*--, and we know tlint It will. But to do so we must -five bargains, and we intend to do ao. Il will pay anr gooA bouseks-epry to bare the Titms ao thai tber ran see our |-ftt*** at all tin,-**, for what few items we quote in the paper are only a lew a*tnple* uf what we are doing at all litno*. < lur first Holiday Kanry (ioods will he ready sUiul Nor. IS, al * liid: tin,* we will show you the l***-*«al ami Ani-st Hneul llec- oratcif China ever hrnu-fht'to Palo Alto, and we hope that avary one will come in and see it. Sits-., ant) Tapitxa Sp-rcie! ORi*. NewUo-itls 6 poun.ls £\)\j In Fancy Kanrh Ofaa** -1st Kvcry Kga Uuarantertl OUC QQZ. C<)!> riaH ' <^ IL (Sew Fish) OC ID. Itotled Wheat 10 pound* Al The same as we sold laal week sflwC Cm** A BlaekwelU Olive Oil t*.mmfra Quart Bottls* O/C I'rtlr.i* _ j Psbc* New Crop hut aot very Jp rWilinfl lar-e! Worth no. We hav'. Ob ^TJUIIU eheeper otte*. Sweet Cider -40q Gallon Just in (rot-o Watootivill* Oil Healers,' Bargain f% *-*e The l-est Oil Heater made Oo i O Man »r. in i, ratrs food white ur ft/) yellow. Regular 60c box OOQ Kxtra Kulled Oala S**-*ciaI Olb* ne- How Is thst for a bargalnr ZOC ^ >J 111. IsH-aletl at 1 ...ca. Was* l-rtti.ij-i o««, SOU s.alil...-.*.. M. TACDMA MILL CO. redwood crrr palo alto UaautSrlarvv asd ("•■>-• U fsae aad Bettwimd . LUMBER. SHINGLES, POSTS. ETC EDWIN B. FOX. MANAGER Ornea: WsUa, Parf-o * Co.. opp depot Paio Alto Dairy in kitra.ste.rtiVsrCnaa.aa-l Mslt IsMtin. to ut aUrtw »W>i mm* ■ 11 al*a Alao BwtliraiSt Milk and Cream Depot BBS FIor*auu* Ut. tip Vairaraiu/ Ar*. TilSws'llse.«Citiaaua ft I f | [ > |-. L> ■■-.1 -i •-- K-i.I--— •-. ».«-,.* as* B»w***»*aB**l F. C. THIELE Sslss snd Ovcrcssu OO Up Fine Tailoring 183 University Av*. Palo Alto SPORTSMEN WE SELL *dar.ln I***paaUng Shotgun* I I., f StBllh StioVf-.m. ijn II I urn ITsidBlTaS Marllb llc|«-atlng LZ ll.fls** Itemlngton --l...i,-.iii. Coll* IleiKssllnv' ~ Kitlaa Jaaamn Slmis-m.. Stevens r<Cr*ckshol ti IUB«* Caarae Doeny* Wtiadea Vacaya Pi-ters Shotcaa Shadls 11 you are about te buy aay sporting* good* *oe as, V,** oaa *av*yoa aaoaey J. F. Parkinson Co. UMPHREY'S FOR ICE CREAM AND CANDIES oitsBita x»**^o*0Ba****r»TXs**^ ^v*rT**3PJ3i>j-rjix Tta < am.i:■*ri -' i in;,. FOK DISTniCT ATTOKSKV Jaa. H. Campbell (P-w*anl laoumbaati h-liii-i.au Iicmocbatio Nobinck limcttea Tiieeday. Nov. 4, IBttS FOH COCNTV JtSSESSOIt Lowla Amis* Spltzar (I*r***at Ins-umbant) III' -ii. in Dkmocbatic NiimIml it'll MEMUKH OF CONGRESS. C. F. LOUD Bboula* IlEi't-iiurA*. Nominkb Fllih Conj-rmelooal DUtrlct Etat-rtloa Tuaaday, No*. 4, !■*.-* $>K CONSTABLE J. «. Crldsr Ilt-r.!' I.AR HlJ'V ni.If-A*. NOMIMI. Et-cUon Tuaaday, Nor. 4, lisC. •. w Catta indetstesdent Candidate for CONSTABLE I'alo Alio Township Kl--c-Uoa November t, 1805 Charlay thortrldga INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOH STATE SENATOR I ■ utr.! ant] worked for the Stenfonl moadnM.nl: lur purcbaae ol lilg itealn; lolake Uih itff all churchaa and l..r all Union Labor bill* and will do ao again. FOR.SBEWFF Robcrt_J. Lanfford I'. - ni lacumbeai) '■'"'I'iM.iv: I'tMHInn; tUectlon Tui-adsy, No*. I, i FOK STATE SENATOR William A. Bsaaly 111 ■.!■!, 11! Kl fl lll.1i AN NOUINER Twt-iilj^ljj-hlh Dial-let Elocllo* Toesdsy, Not. t, l**ttt n _ FOR TBE ASSBUBLY iMarahall Black Hli.ll.Al; XlMIUCDi htHI>ilB Fltt* wToaih District Etsntltm Tiasaday, Nor. «, IS0S. rOB JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT M. H. Hylond i-'-a-'t- 1 .*,.TUTlt NOBIKSK ■'leviK.a Turwdsy, No*. 4. IBttt FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS D. T. Botomon Ui..lt.Ait Di unriitri. NfiaiiM r. lOecUoa Tt-*oday, Nov. 4, ItHS FOR SUPERIOR JUDGE W.C. Lorlgan (I*T*i**t Ineambsat) Kl-.l HI; Kl i-t ni.HAN NimiM I EWtl-.n Tsituda*. Sot. 4, 1B0X FOR COUKTV CLEHK Hcnry A. Pflater (l-t.ssei Incombeet) lli-.ri.rn IHm.kiatic NoMinca EUetloa Tuesday, Nov. A 1W» FOR COUNTY < ft. T, Robertson Hi ■. I L mi K ii-llit.lCA-i NOMIK KB l^scUoo Turndey, No*. 4. IH Stromr A Backus -firm relBtiasvd jSL, t-eMtsa*." » Biu-ata*: TWI lag. *-l*t* •** lie..sntUsv l-.e*t il»t.aa. Fuller & Co. Grocers Palo Alto Palo Alto Homo Bakery Fim-CUsi BREAD, PIES, CAKE, ETC. Mrs. C. £ Bartbeh,