Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on October 9, 1923 · Page 6
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 6

Oakland, California
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Tuesday, October 9, 1923
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D TUESDAY EN EMNG DaklnnD Ctfbune OCTOBER 9, 1923 SiALOMAUl To the wife of Albert Mala-radt, Oct. 4, a n. IHAmfK To the wlfa of Trri P. Kwanelek, tpt. SI. a damhter. Jsl.KXAlfcl To tho wlfa of Waa-. ley Aleiaadar. Oct. 1, a ". . . lATTO To tha wife of Maxvllla klatto. Oct. t, a daughter. !' Ill LI.IQAS To the wlfa of John ' Mulligan. Sept. 27, a daughter. S'Dolio To tha wife of Camolll Do- llo, Sept. 17. a eon. ( JV1IITK To tha wlfa of Charlea O.- White, Oct. f, ii daughter. t BKIfrLKIW To the m-lfe of Henry ' Hertleln. Ocl S . dtuiB-hter. CORI To tha wlf of Loula A. Gorl. Dept. II, a eon. OAKliWKH To tha wlfa of Harry 1. Oardner, Sept. SI, a aon. UAR1KH To the lfe of Win. J. Harper, 8ept. 29, a daughter. Di:K.HIi To the wife uf.Jainea 1 leering, Sept. SI), a aon. Rlt'K To the wire of Irving C. Hue, Oct 6, a aon. j FHKl.A To tha wife of Frank P. I'helun, Ocl. S, a daughter. MARRIAGE LICENSES n. K. m a ii it The following were lesued In Sn ter.l:, v : a.k i.ick:. marrliae tfr.nses Vra iii'lf in yi- Al.VF.I - MOTIIEHTO Frank P. Alvea ti, ltodwood Clly, Cal., and Minnie Ilothertun. ID, Sail Cite- -Mrlo. Cal. lIAHTON-llAMAltD ttoyal V. Har. (on. 42, Coallnga. Cal.. and Stella 1. llanaril. S. Chicago, 111. IIKI.I O-Yll KA Frank Bello, 87 and Kmlly 1. Vtera, S3, both of Ma vward. HMIIKTH-ll-PKHRir John Krlle. lioh. 27, and Hemic ferry. 21, hotti of Oakland. I.O 111 K-l'i:UOM': Salvadore I. I-o Hun. "2, San Jute, and Iloae M. IVilotiK, 1. 3:k2 Kolsom atrcel. MI'I.I.KM-KOXIIV VI'lor It. Muller. i"J, I.oa Uatoa, Cal, and Yvonne IV KoBhy. 24. 1610 Fol ty-Hevi nlh n vr ritif, "YMI - MrlTI t fll'fiH -- HarnM Naylor, I, and Irene McCullough, to. both of Pinole. NlllhfcTT - MUHfe! Ilobert It. Mr. btt. I. Salt Lake City. Utah, and AM M. Moore 4, Stock toll. Cal. SAHKH HOKni.l'M Carl Haher, 21, Han Joae, and Annette ltoaen-Mum, lft, 92flO KuHon street PIED t Ol'IM.V In Oakland. Oit17 I.ouIko Km ma Conpln, beloved motner oi Mr a. U N. flablm a native of Canada, aa-ed iS yearn. Jtt-malna ut the Krultvala chapel of C. N. Cooper. 1347 K. 14th ft . untU Tuesday noon. Sfivl'-a and Incineration efrlotly private l;itl.nM In Oakland octni.cr 12S, Carl Oacar Bngblom, beloved huaband of Catherine Engblum. and father of Mr a. Ina George and Oaoar H. Enrblom. a natlca of Pin-land, aged 70 yeara; a member of touri aureua. Ancient Order of Foresters of San Francisco. Krlenda are Invited to attend the funeral aervloea Thursday, October 11. 1S2S. at 1:20 o'clock p. in., if Truman'a Reeldenua Chapm, Telegraph avenue at Thirtieth atrcel, Oakland, Interment, private. ri.AIIKRTY In Uvermora. Ort. 7. James Flaherty, loving brother of Nora and Anthony-Flaherty; a na. tlve of County Oalway, Ireland, uKd 24 yeara. 11 montha, 11 daya. Krlendw and weqna Int a ntea are Vfggl lei 26 Specialty Shop Under One Roof TVfazor Broadway at Fifteenth Carefully selected With your needs in mind, these offer rea Savings on your Fall buying here-tomorrow! at. :!.. r mjibSM! ll 1.9S , Jj $ 55 St ores contribute vast buying power! The advantage in price concessions and aues of 55 over one! Of co-operative buying with 54 other of America's most exclusive insitutionsf These the advantages of our 55-store buying power! Best of all, the entire advantage of this buying affiliation reverts directly to you in the lowered prices of your garments here! Hosiery! VESTS! Every pair perfect! Silk Fibre Hose Black, white and new fall shoe shades. 1.00 tilk and fibre jersey A splen did feature selection On the Fir$t Floor ypu'U find The New Veils! Veils flatter the Nearer!- Adorn the hat! From Satin Stripe Hose Smart satin stripe hose In black, f Q white or brown. i.Of All Silk Hose I 59 Perfect! Full-fashioned! Black regularly 3.60, 8.73. 3.00 Pink, Orchid, Maize, in a fine quality of combined fibre and silk. Long wearing! Dainty! Stunning Fall Frocks! A feature group selected and reduced for this big day! Coats! Coats! Coats! 44OO Coat frocks, straight lines, tiers, Cheruit frills fashion themselves from Poiret, Satin, Pico Twill, and Canton! Manheim '& Mazor quality frocks of a high order! Splendid as our frock values always are, we can lafely say this is one of the best! 44.00 ' Tit Gills' Shop Features Two Feature Groups at one low price Girls' Coats Bolivia, Overplaids, Polaire, fur trimmed or plain fashion these. Sizes 6 to 1 4. Girls' frocks Wool crepe, poiret, serge richly embroidered or trimly braided. Sizes 12 to 16. Such a variety to select from! Truly extraordinary values every one! AQ50 For the woman Ormonda wrap who demands character in her I f 1 - e ? lale, Velverette, ranchon trimmed with Viatka Squirrel, Natural Squirrel. Black Fix and BeaverJ Coats it is well worth your while to.- $ee ...69.50 Chappl ie. Sweater Coatsx Stone Martens FaU't most fashionable fur! Two remarkable price groups I 3450 3950 Perfect ekins! Beautifully rich In color and depth! Completo your costume with one! Charge trrmt on furs conveniently arranged We specially feature svceatersl An especially timely feature'. Brushed wool or mohair in plain colors combined with flashes of bewitchingly brilliant stripes! They look so well on every one ! JQ.9S 13 k JAM Fall Hats A selection of higher type Millinery offeredat this verf moderate- price! Fare, indeed, to find at so Truest a price hats of such beauty And distinction! Come, tomorrow and., choose,' ' . 9 ,45 SpecialsforGreaterBroadwayDay r - ... . To delight the thrifty! Just a fete more excellent values! Petticoats, silk radium and jersey. ...... .3.95, 4.95, 5.95 ; Slipon Sweaters, wool and mohair .....1.00, 2.85,3.85 Boyshform Brassiers. Very special! J . . . . 7.75 Blouses tailored in English Broadcloth 2.95, 4.95, 5.95. Neckwear, neu) styles in Irish and Filet ......... .3.95 ; Boudoir caps of fine lace and ribbon . ........... 1Q- Cowns of dainty collon materials Special . ... ..V. 1.85 Satin Breakfast Coats! Very special!,. . . .7,95 Envelopes, crepe de chinc Some values to 5.00. . . ...2.95 Gingham Apron Frocks, regularly 1.45, JJ9 .....79 'T 5e f he Greater Lroa3uy values In ell our iriidWi on both ftrectt E. reapectfully Invited to attend th funeral from th parlor of th Oakland Undertaking Co 1007 Telegraph ava., at luth at., Wed-neaday morning, Oct. 10, at 1. 00 a, in., thane to Hacred Heart church, where a requiem maaa will b aald for th rtpoaa of hla aoul, com-inanolnc at l:S0. Interment Ut. Mary'a cemetery. t.HKll, in this city, October I. 1921, at AUenhelm, Auguat Orel), a native of Haxony, Uerniauy, aged t!9 year. 10 month and IS daya- a inmiiher of Han Leandro Lodge fro. 231, I. O. O. K. l'lienda and acquaintance ar reapBctfully Invited to attend th funeral aervlce Thuiarday, Octo. ber 11, 1023, at 2 o'clock p. m. from the AUenhelm, 1720 Hnpklit atreet. Remalna'at the "Funeral Home" of Albert Kngel A Co., 2I6S Telegraph Avtf corner S7th t., until Thursday at 1 o'clock p. m. Incineration, Oakland Crematory. Gl l ASHO In Oakland. October S, 1923. Maria, wife of the late Jo seph Uulnaseo and loving mother of Mrs. M. I'emlntell, Mra. C. V. Warfleld, Manuel and Fredr Guln-asno- a native of Italy, aged 61. Frlenda and acoualntancea ara respectfully Invited to attend the) tuuoiai in uu iioiu ai iiie unapei vi Grant D. Miller, 2372 East Four, teenth treet, corner Twenty-fourth avenue. Oakland, Thursday, October 1. 1923, at 9 o'clock a. m., thence to St. Anthony' church, where a high mass will be celebrated for the soul, commencing at 9-30 o'clock a. m. Interment, St. Mnrv's Cemetery. COULAHT In Oakland Oct 7. 1923, Ernest, dearly beloved son of Manuel and Mary Goulart. a native of California, aged 2 years, 6 month .Tknd 24 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral from the parlors of Cunha & Caporerno, San I,eandro Tuesday. October 9, 1923, at i p. pi.. Interment Centervllle. It I :H St l Kit. In San Jose, Oct. 1. 1923. John Herscher, known as Harry Herrlcky dearly beloved husband of V)ola, devoted father of Edith Deurilla Hersehler, dear brother of Mary Herrick! of Ohio and Nellie Whltehlll of Penn., a native of Penn., aged 57 years. Friends and acquaintance are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral from the parlors of Cunha & Caporgno, 952 8th, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1923 at 1:30 p. m. Service under the auspices of Oakland Erie No. "I F. O. E. Interment. Evergreen Cemetery. IRISH In Oakland October . 1923. John Powell Irish, dearly beloved husband of Annie F. Irish, devoted father of John P. Irish, Jr., and Mrs. Frank Hus, lovlnff grandfather of Francis and Ann Hus, brother of Professor Thomas Irish of Dubuque, Iowa; a native of Iowa City, Iowa, aged. 10 year, months, 6 days. Friends and acquaintances may call at the parlors of P. N. Han-rahan Company, 610. East.. Fourteenth street', at Fifth avenue, until 2 p. m. Tuesday,. October . Funeral services will be held at tne unitarian church, Fourteentn street and Castro, commencing at 3 o'clock, to which friends are Invited. Incineration private, California Crematory. MILER In San Francisco, Oct. S, 1923, Harry H.. husband of the late Benita Miller and father of Harold I. Miller. Mrs. John DeBruIn and Mrs. Emil Hahn of Ran Francisco; brother of Mrs. Mary Lynas, Mrs. M. E. Harden, George H. Miller and Thornas I. Miller of Oakland; a member of Court Advocate No.'W378. A. O. F. A native of San Francisco, aged 55 years, 11 months. 11 days. Friends are respectfully nvlted to attend the funeral Wednesday, October 10. at 3 o'clock p. m. at the parlors of Hill & Hughes, 3479 Piedmont avenue, near Moss ave. Interment Mountain View ceme tery. KTO Tn San Leandro, Oct. S. 1923, husband of the late Remunda. un cle of Mrs. Mary Franco, cousin of Mrs. K. Asrella; a native of Portugal, aged 87 years; a member of Council No. 11, I. D. E. S. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the parlors of Cunha & Caporgno, San Leandro, Wednesday, Oct. 10. 1923, at 9 a. m.. thence to St. Leander's church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the reposeof his soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock. Interment St. Joseph's cemetery, Hayward. Ot'HS In Oakland, Octotjer 8 192a. Madeline Ochs, beloved "mother of Mrs. Elisabeth Recht, Mrs. Anna Kolbus, Mrs. Frances Papagask, ana. msry ueucnier, ana Henry Ochs, a native of Germany, aged 80 years, 9 months. 2 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully Invited to attend tne funeral to be held at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Recht. 2116 Montana street, Weo- nesday, October 10. 1923, at 1 o'clock p. m. thence to St. Jarlath-s church, where services will be held, commencing at 2 o'clock p. m Interment. St. Mary's cemetery. TAYLOR In Oakland. Oct. 8, Willis Taylor, loving brother of Mrs. H. R. Ogden of Nevada City, Mrs. M. V. La Ferrera of Oakland, Mrs. Wm. McClure of Oakland and Mrs. Wm. S. Coughlin of Nevada City, Cal., a member of Oustomah Lodge, I. O. O. F.. of Nevada City, and International Moulders' Union, Local No. 164, of San Francisco, Cal., a native of Nevada City, Cal.. aged 60 years. Friends ar respectfully Invited to attend the funeral Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 10 a. m., from the Frultvale chapel of C. N. Cooper, 3347 E. 14th st. Services under the auspices of the I. O. O. F. Board of Relief. Interment private. YORK In Oakland. Oct. 8, 192S Ellen Roberta, beloved daughter of Mamie and Charles S. York, sister of Irma, Robert. David and Eugene York, granddaughter of Robert J. Brown; a native of California, aged 14 years, 8 months, 3 days. Remains at the parlors of the James Taylor Co., n. . cor. of 15th and Jefferson sts. Notice of funeral later. WARD In Berkeley, Oct. 8, 1928, Walter Robert English Ward, beloved husband of Evelyn F. Ward. and father of Julia English Ward and brother-in-law of H. A. Barclay and Mrs. Ben E. Ward of Los Angeles, Calif. A native of Connecticut, aged IS. Los Angeles oaoers please copy. Friends ar Invited to attend i the funeral services Wednesday, October 10, 1923, at 3:30 o'clock, d. Tn.. at Truman s Kesioenco Chapel, Telegraph avenue at Thirtieth street, Oakland. SAX FRANCISCO DEATHS. Biten. Jme T. 49 HealT. William J. Bauaiwrtner.Wiltielii) I S3 years TRAGEDIES! e l A man struck a match to tee if the gasoline tank of his auto was empty. It wasn't. , A man patted a strange bulldog on the head to see if the critter was affectionate. It wasn't. A man speeded up his auto to see if he could beat the train to the crossing. He couldn't. ' There are tragedies everywhere we turn, but the real tragedy in a man's life is when he has a wife that trades at a "charge and credit" grocery store where she pays for "free delivery," bad debt accounts, telephone expense, extra clerk hire. She also pays more for an item that she buys that the clerk has 'told her is just as good. He wouldn't be so persuasive to have you bujjr if he didn't make more profit than on the nationally advertised article you asked for. Avoid this tragedy by buying all your groceries at PIGGLY WIGGLY where there are none of the above costs to be figured into the selling price. You'll set a better table and at the same time be able to proudly show hubby a considerable portion of your grocery allowance at the end of the month. Try it! Sweet Potatoes Rosedale brand , Large No. 22 can. Just think of it! Nearly 2 lbs. of sweet potatoes. No waste. Quaker Oats Quick or Regular Small packages Large packages 23c 10c GtiittarcFs Chocolate 23' 1-pound can, ground . . . . . 3-pound can, grotmd 63c Par X, l2-lb. cake........ ;17c Baker's bitter, -lb. cake .15c O'Cedar Oil, Polish 4-oz. bottle -21c 12-oz. bottle 41c Brighten up your home. Asparagus Libby's, large white. No. 2i2 can . Silverdale, small green. No. 22 can 40c 34c rt Tear Br.lT. Jobs It M Rwbtnn.PfrlCE H. Oornmln!. Mary Coekrell. Peter W. S months rtemsrtinl. . loosrd Ginln. Caroline A. TO yesrs Oblnrro, Msrr A. 33 Griffith. Panl V. 1A Tears ?i1r. Msrrsret 49 Kruril. J oh P. S8 years T.rni'b. Thorns s McCook. Jsmes ffl McTrUh.Frederlck L. 52 Tears MrK wsin. Sarah M Miller. HsrrT H.- O'MsIley. Msrr R.Tsn. Ann 65 Resold. O. N. Sksm, Carrie Todt. Lois U 51 (iambs. Oeonte '-1 Wlldfcer. Fsante W -- To Sate . oa a Godeaa funeral U a Jrne tosnrtnt dividend. .' r ' Asparagus Tips Libby's, large white. No. 1 can . Hillsdale brand. No. 1 can Del Monte brand. , . Picnic tins r Pink Salmon No. 1 tall can. . . . . . . . .y- Salmon is. scarce this year. 43c. 34c 23c 1254c Crab Meat , Sakalin brand; Fancy Japanese. No. can. . No.! can . . . ;r. .'. . 's .- .tcWT 41c 81c 90ve leg meat. Paris Corn . No. 2 can . . . . . Finest Maine Corn packed. 19c -. . Toy Grocery Store Free! JYou'll want one for your kiddies. A dandy toy worth $2.00 given fre by Libby, McNeil) &. JJtbr. Inquire at any Piggly Wiggly store for particulars. STORE LOCATIONS THIS UNIT 471 tth St, Oakland 2314 East 14tb SU, Oakland 1510 Park St, Alameda . -1H Piedmont Arx, Oakland 525 CWlere Are, Oakland ' 2209 Broadway, Oakland . . ; 171S Ltncola are, Alameda 1141 Hopkln Street 2211 Shattsck Are, Berkeley ' 01 MaedonaM Ava, RlrhruorKl ilea k. ifta wi- Fat) LetWrs ! Trlecrmpn Are, Oakland 217 S Conrre Ara, Brefev 41 IViWIl OakVRJt 63) JU fee Oakland M Adeline St, Ikrkek-y 3250 K. H"h Sf, ttakland

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