Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on October 14, 1923 · Page 25
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v ) ; ; jBUNPAY , ' ; ' Oa.Iano Crfbune octoder 14, 1923 D-r ; I IMifc ff F A IT cMo itfOIlTM wr PS' s& il W j III riifl lit All ! tlwt! Hp 1 . llAt r FLOWER LOVERS PLAN MONTEREY BLOSSOM SHOW gpg O-ittloor Circle in December Will Duplicate Last Year's Exhibition. MONTEREY. October IS. Mon. terey pen.tn.ula plan another flower ahowj the event to be staged Hiune time during the month of December. The exact date ha not jet been aet. Thin announcement was made . today by Honorary President Harry Aahland Oreene of the Outdoor . Circle following: the meeting of that organization of flower, plants and i"hrub fanciers, held In the f'hamber of Commerce rooms last nlKht. The show last winter was declared an unqualified success, ami was visited by hundreds f flower growers from all parts of the tate. It was held In the main dining room of Hotel Del Monte, 1 end It Is quite possible that the ane place will be secured for this ' year', show. j The 'Outdoor Circle formed less than one year ago, ha. grown out . of all proportions to the alms of Its oijtanlzers. It now embraces branches In several leading towns of the Salinas and Pajaro valleys. At the meeting of the parent or-gnnlzatlon It was voted to extend the Idea to ..nther towns In the stale in the belief that much good iv ; be accomplished by an , Amalgamation of all lovers, of the flowers and trees In the outdoors In one body, with one aim the beautifylnjr of the entire state. Tn addition to its flower shows and exploitations, the Outdoor Cirri has led the fight for the elimination of signboards within Mrni-terey county .and has opposed the placing of same on streets of Monterey county cities and along the highways, unless to hide some building or spot not in keeping with tl h:tuties of the surrounding scenery. Fnhi Frrm Center Fleets New Officers '"KIM-ED. oct. 13 Delhi Farm C ht Thursday evening elected r ' ers .is follows: Director, W. A. F yer: president. H. 1. Miser; k -e.tnry. V Miller. Home de r Jf 1 Hi mon! omcers elected were: '( Seorge If. Hubbard, chair-n: H Urown, vice-chairman; . I'. Way man. secretary. Director Haupman and Kngi-ptf-rs Meikle and Shoemaker of ti'e Tuilock Irrigation District i'i'fl present and spoke on the1 $ '!(), I'm) bond issuo for extension o. power lines. The clover crop a , project committees submitted r -is. l'ENNYSON NOTES .N'NVSON, ' Oct. 13. At he i'r meeting of the Improve-u club committees were ap-ited and jilans formulated for coming mon' ' ' '.tertainments. W. Stevenso:, family who ; si ted relatives in ..uaheim a week p 4o. found thei- home had been broken Into 1ihm: their absence. Jl welry and cl missing. Mr. Clark ha .fd seventy feet of space to his poultry houses to . t.; - care of the chicks he intends i ... l,tu l 1 noh.tr.,-. ho'""" "' ' ,' lllllVil III IUC nu".ww - has just completed. j QUALITY It has Glbraltariied- round corner's full length locking bar raised cushion top large hat box sho box combination dust curtain and laundry bag refined linings. ALL for this price. UMBRELLAS Genuine silks in variety of color attractive handles. Special at 54.95 ij We carry a complete Una ol brillea' and men' umbrellas, priced from $1 to :s. 1 '. only yUr ' p the I- v buy I big ' WU1 p H be i I trunk h -Tj I trunk values 1.- J I you here Ev-gf'' need THE HARTMANN ftfutv fv Ht 1924 MODEL J? f M . D QUALITY TRUNK CO, ' and OAKLAND TRUNK FACTORY 1310 Broadway - 1414 Broadway Danville O. E. S. Entertains " , Masons of San Ramon Valley i 1 1 .i i I i . . MRS. CORA DALEY, who headed the committee of Danville nfatrons of the Order of the Eastern Star in arranging for the annual ball of Almona chapter, held Saturday night. Annual Ball of Almona Chapter, Saturday Night, Masonic SociatHrvent of the Year. DANVILLE, Oct. 13. Almonacompose the chapter, baked Chanter, order of the Eastern Star, gave its annual ball in Danville Grange Hall last evening. This is considered the biggest Masonic social event of the autumn season in Contra Costa county and it was attended by Masons from all over the Eastbay region. The hall was elaborately decorated for the occasion and the women of Danville, Alamo and AValnut Creek, who Free Roseville Wife On Murder Charge ROSEVILLE. Oct. 13. Mrs. May Silva was acquitted at the second trial of the charge of naurder- ig her husband at their home near Roseville. After a shore delibera ,. , r ,rn (hp verdict 1 of not guilty. TRUNKCOi JE Traveling Bags A specially constructed cow-, hide leather bag, with good handle. Inilde lock claw catches.- corners padded and esfed. and three pockets. This bag will gir good service. Two slses. Black. 7 Att brows and mahogany. r4e Caral KatX Bask ' fc i a chicken, pies and'eakes for the sup per. I. y The committee of arrangements included Mrs. Herbert Daley, Mrs. C. W. Close. Mrs. Oscar Olssen and Mrs. S. H. Johnson' of Danville, Mrs. John Wayne. Mrs. Josiah Boucher, Mrs. IL N. Foster and Miss Ida Hall of Alamo. Mrs. Harry Silver, Mrs. Ruby Harlan and Mfs. Joseph Lawrence ofWalnut Creek. Hollister Judge to Sit on L. A. JBench HOLLISTER. Oct. 13. With Sam Benito county's legal calendar clean and other counties so choked i.ip Superior Judge John L. Hudner left here todav for one A '-l Z 'LLlZ'l " ..u! month in -the San Francisco Su- KUiv ur,MlimMll HMU U1B other month in Los Angeles Su-o-Tior Court department, with the possibility of sitting for several i oases in Santa Barbara later. Judge Hudner succeeded Maurice T. Dooling, now a Federal Judge, I us oupenur .iuage ners a aecaae ago, ana noids what Is believed to he a record for Superior judges in California In that he has never had a decision reversed by a higher court. Roseville Notes ROSEVILLE, Oct. 13. E. B. Butler, former football player at , the University of California, has I been secured as coach for the Grass ! Valley football season. Business j and professional men will supply I the funds for his salary. ! Ernest Moss sold his interest In the Moss fruit ranch to his brother, j Ralph Moss of Newcastle. I Dr. A. IL Briggs of the Antl-, ' Saloon League will sneak at the j. Roseville Methodist ch'urch Sun-i Iday evening.' P. B. Goss, secretary of the Placer county Chamber of Com merce will erect an apartment house in Roseville. City Recorder John Davis of j Auburn submitted his resignation to the city because of Insufficient j, remuneration for the time the posi-( tlon uses. !Iiss Lona Minton became the i ! bride of George T. Midgley at a home wedding in Auburn. Rev. I Grant Shaeffer officiated. Both the . j bride and groom are members of ni-nmfnent Plopa, PAi.nl t famllla t. J. Lundberg of Roseville pleaded not guilty tb a cfiarge of violating the Wright Act. A raid In Secret Ravine 4 led by Sheriff1 Elmer Gufrt resulted in the arrest ; of Lundberg when 2500. gallons of j J liquor were ca-ptured. . I P. B. Gross, secretary of the j Placer county Chamber of Com-' merce In -a report to the county i supervisors stated that the gross expense of the county exhibit at the state fair at Sacramento amounted to $1471.4. Dot to the winning of (551 tn "premiums the amount is reduced to IJI5.40. Data la being collected In Placer county for biographies of leading figures, also historical facts and Information of tha coanty. Ex-Senator W. B. Lardner Is writing the book which will be completed In a year's tlm-- Tha Colfax American Legion win hold their annual Hallowe'en daeca October" II at Colfax HoteL T.T. Perry ia generaj chairmaav of the evening. LOS GATDS Iffl T Chamber of Commerce He-gin Work on Sixth Annual Community Show. LOS OATOS. Oct. 13 The I.o Ontos Chamber of Commerce ha already begun preparation for the 1014 Is Gatos pageant. The 1914 pageant will be the sixth of a series given by the entire community.' President lilake Franklin has been Instructed by the chamber to appoint Immediately a committee of five members 'which will engage a pageant writer, obtain the co-op-erutlon of the schools and attend to other essential details I Arrangements were made to pur- chase a 60-foot strip of land now fielng used ns the pageant stage. , The land is the former site of the' old I.,os Oatos winery, removed , ninny years ago. endell C. Thomas, I.eland II. Walker and K. II. Norton have been appointed as a committee to arrange for the purchase from the present owner, ! Lawrence Cassaletto. Mrs.T. E. Knox Is Honored by Livermore Legion L1VEIJMOKK, Oct. U. At the last meeting of the Woman' Auxiliary held at the clubhouse. Mrs. ! T. E. Knox was given a surprise with a reception in recognition of Iht work done as delegate at the last American Legion convention at Eureka. Mrs. Knox turned in her report at this meeting. At this meeting a committee consisting of Mrs. N. D. Duteher, Jr., Mrs. M. (!. Callaghan, Mrs. T. E Knox and Mrs O O. Smnll-I'nml) was appointed to secure three boxes at the convention ai San Francisco. Mrs. N. D. Duteher and Mrs. O. O. Smallconih attended the county committee meeting at Hayward. Miss Ethel Davis, the youngcit daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Davis of this place, -became the bride of C: V. Franks of San Francisco at a quiet wedding In that city on Wednesday. Mrs. Franks was one of the popular young ladies of this valley. She was born and roared in Liver- more, and is a graduate or onin the grammar and high school. For about two years she was employed j at the LfVermoro Sanitarium as a nurse, but later she went to San I Francisco. I The bridegroom is with the Shell J Oil company in San Francisco. They will make their home in Hat Francisco. Mrs. Chris Tverson of Byron was hostess for the members of the Sociability Club, the affair being held here at the home of her I brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ana Mrs. A'lolph oJhnson. Tha afternoon was passed In the usual manner of the club, cards being the diversion. Following the card playing prires wee awarded Mrs. C. Iverson. Mrs. Ivy Reynolds, Mrs. W. V. Kaiser, and Mrs. Louis Madsen. After cards, dainty refreshments were served. Ange1ita Parlor, No. N. T C W.. entertained at a card party atoFresters' Hbll. It required 20 tnhlfs. to seat the card payers. I Whist was played ami at the conclusion it was found Mr. and I Mr. William Hunt had won hoth of the first prizes. The other win-1 ners were, laides. Mrs. Ivv Rey-! nolds. Mrs. X. D. Duteher. Jr.. ! c,r r.tlenien E. IL Tlasmussen. E. ID. George.- r Following the card play.ng re- fi-eshments were served Mrs E W. Went" wa .hostess tn the members of the "500" club. Cards furnished the diversion end at the conclusion of plav the following winners were announced: Mrs. Emma Johnson. Mrs. IL P. ' ' - I Winegar. One of the features of the occa sion was the sewing of a datntv luncheon. thlseven taking place prior to the card playing. Th guests of the club for the afternoon were Mrs. V. D. niKh and Miss Edith Mnnahan. The social dance was given bv the Townshend Farm Center at the c. H. McCoy home. The dance wa well attended. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jens Jensen epter-tained at their home with a dinner In honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bennett and family, who were to leave for Oakland where they will tjaake their tuture honied Plane Stealing Is Charge Made Against Aviator SANTA ROSA. Oct. 13 A con-nicAn claim, relative to the ownership of an airplane ha. 1anda Jame. Rutle'ge. Sbaatopol avla tor. hi Jail her. K"d" i" f cused by Johif- F Itacml djr. "J having stolen- a plane belonging to bT.nired that nt.rer.14 lV Rutledge money with which to buy the plane and followlnr a misun-j..4(i ta the agreement Fitsrerald went to Rntledge'a fir-I Ing field ana too- tne piane .-When Rutledge In tur went to Fitxrerald'e field and flew the plane back born egali Fitzgerald swore oat a warrant hartug era ad Ur- AE SI cany. Campbell Starts A mericanization Classes Oct. 15 'Night School for Aliens Will lie Held I href I lines Every Week,. (CAMPBELL Oct n First night school to he opened in biiv of the suburban sections of Hunta Clara emintv will he opened tumor. row night, October li. In the new 180, AOA plant of the Campbell I'nlun Ciraminar Schonl. The night school will be nuclei the direct supervision of Ernest .1 Cuthbert-soii. principal nf the .full time ,lav school. The new night school Is a part of the Americanization program being carried on I citizens nf this rnniinunlty. The school will specialise In leuching reading, writing and speaking the English language to the foreign-born people of the constituent districts. The school will he kept open three nights h week Monday. Wednesday and Friday, according i to present plans. It will be an en tirely free public school, with honk.' paper and supplies furnished without charge by the school department. SANTA ROSA LAD LEFT $2,000 BY NOTED WRITER SANTA r.OSA. Oct. 13. Five-year-old Phillip Uradhury. son of Mr. Uuth Hradbury of San Francisco and formerly of this city, has Inherited $2000 from the estate of his aunt, the late Kate pougla. Wiggins, noted writer, according to word received here by Henry Uaker, Mrs. Hradbury's father. The lad nas a favorite nephew of the au-Jhor. Tres Pinos Growers Jubilant This Year TRES I'LN.OS. Oct. LI. Tomato i growers are rejoicing in this dis- Irict this year, with plentiful and big fruit on the vines, no sign of a frost, canneries working ut capacity to pack the crop, with $15 per ton pnJd and the expectancy of a raise in price. Not only are the canneries willing to accept more of the crop, but the city murket is good this year, shippers reporting good results on- carload price at destination lots. The tomatoes themselves are of an unusually good taste and looks this year, and the rains have served to make them better. However, the bottom continues to weaken In the grape market, the growers of the district reporting heavy loss both by poor market and the rains. Bridge Removed at San Juan Bautista SAN JI AN BAL'TLSTA. Oct. 13. Removal of the temporary bridge placed several years ago on Fourth street here was begun yesterday, the structure being condemned as unsafe for vehicular traffic. The bridge was built by the Highway Commission to link up a detour route at t H e time of the paving of El Camino Real. Several minor accidents happened at the bridge, so the town authorities ordered It removed. Three Pay $600 to Salinas for Liquor SALINAS. Oct. 13. Fines of J2U0 each have been Imposed by Justice Harry Broekmann of Gonzales on. A. Lombard!, I'ete Zena and A. Marci. w-ho pleaded guilty to liquor charges. Marci is a farni- near Soledad. The trio were arrested Wednesday when a dry detail went on a visit to the southern rural communities. CARMEL NOTES CARMEL.Oct. 13. Carmel's new bank, the first and only one the city ever had. is housed in an attractive new building on Ocean avenue, and Is known officially as the Bank of Carmel. The directorate of this bank consists of five men: T. A. Work of Pacific Grove, president; C. O. Goold aid- Eaf.net Segal, of Carmel: Silas V.'. Mack and J. A. Sparolinl of-Monterey. The financial statement up to the middle of the month of September, shows resources $1 14,057.32. During the past week' a round of tiirtis was given for Mr. and Mrs. Meade Williams prior to their de- pari tire on Wednesdaj morning for Santa Barbara, where they will spend the winter. Mrs. Williams will co'udiict a school of dancing in Santa Barbara. Williams hafli a position on one of the Santa Barbara newspapers. The Williams both took part In "The Cr.idle," produced at the Forest theater this summer, and Mrs. Williams' or.ent.il dano.ng was feature of "Kismet." the in in production of the saon WOMEN! DYE j Waist's ! Skirts Kimonos Dresses Draperies Ginghams Coats Sweaters " Stockings Diamond Dye Each IS-cent package of "Dia mond Dye." contain direction, bo Impla anr woman ra o dy or tint any old. worn, faded thinf new. even If aha bum miw dyed before. Dra etorea aeU aU eolora. Ad-j ANY GARMENT OR DRAPERY exuaemenu ,m MONTI VIEW FLOWER LOVERS I ' f OAMJEW CLOD Hraneh of Santa Clara Conn- IV organization Launched 4fc at Meeting. Ml Jl'NTA I X VIEW. Oct .11 - ' , Sixty of the nature-lovers of t h Is city hae banded themselves to - gether to form a loci branch of the Santa Clara Countv Flower Lovers" Club The ne w o.K'.n Iza - tion wis launched this week with a meeting In the locul chamber of ciuiimeri'p roonfs. Mrs. E O Stncklett wa (inanl-inouxlv elected president of the local club. which a u'.oinut f.illy ; makes her vice-president of the .Simla Clara County Flower Lovers' Club. Mrs Elton Walter w;is appointed secretary, noil a treasurer fipilo ther officers will bo tlccied later, as may be necessary. The Invitation of the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce, to hold the monthly meetings of the organlz.it Ion in the Chamber of Commerce quarters was accepted. The time for the monthly meeting ha been set for 2:3t p. m. of the tlrst Tuesday of each month. The invitation of the- Chamber of Com- l merce to use their quarters fori future flower shows was also ac- I lepled. and preparatory steps are, being taken toward holding a flower show here In the near future. AM of the charter members of each are to receive gilts of one do7.cn named glndiola hull's fi om M I'. W hile, now of Pacific drove but formerly a resident of this city. together with one it oxen named iris bulbs each. tlA latter gift of Horace !. Keesling. head of the count) flower lovers' club. Following Is the list of charter members of the club: Mrs. E. .1. Abbott. Mrs. William An way, .Mrs. Harold Baxter. Mrs. Maigiret Heller, Mrs. .I.'V llcrnard, Mrs. D. M. Huike, Mrs. W. L. Camp, Mrs. Flora Caulklns. Mr. and Mrs. James Center, Mrs. Myrtle Clark. Mrs. James J. Dale. Mrs. Walter Organ. .virs. ,i. u . imugniv. Airs, r.uza ' - Dunham, Mrs. Lily Dwelly. Mrs. t'- ij. r.merson. .Mrs. isenjamni ll. Forbes, Mrs. E. J. Farrell, Mrs. J. Freeman, Mrs. L. B. Fry, William Oarliepp, Mrs. Annie fierrells, Mrs. B. (Iwartney, Mrs. Bess L. Ilardv, Mrs. C. K. Hasler. Mrs. C. N. Hlg-don. Mrs. B. W. Holeman, Mrs. O. H. Holt. Mrs. O. JT. Honnold. Mrs. Mary U. Horton. Mrs. E. Hult, Mrs. J. L. Ingram, Mrs. C. H. Jones, Mrs. Floyd Jonea, Mrs. C. E. Kunxe, Miss Mctorlnc Klein, Mrs. W..A. Line- f 77 V ' "- womw, ,im , i,oomis. .Mrs. j. Lovell, Mrs. Chas. Madsen, Mrs. Earle Mlnton. Paul J. Marcetti. William Metzner, Huldah Meyer, Mrs. A. K. Morgan, Mrs. Fred Nichols, Mrs. Helen Bacon O'Dell. Mrs. Chas. l'augii, Mrs. Chas. Pearson, Mrs. K. N. Powell, Mrs. Anna Powell, Miss Lois Prler, Mr-. William Hegll, Mrs. Livonia Rhodes, Mrs. It. H. Robinson. Mrs. J. M. Reuse, Mrs. William Bundle. Mrs. C. L. He ia riii I, Mrs. A. C. Seek man. Mrs. E. M. Sill, Mrs. Chas. Skinner, Mrs. M. Shane Smith. Mrs. Paul L. i Smith. Mrs. James L. Stover, Emma I J. Setvens, Mr. E. G. Stricklett, 1 . , r,,i -i- . i . , . win. iiMiiit-y j iirum'ii, ,ur, Mini n. L. E. Tupttle: Mrs. Leonls VVa,gner, ' Mrs. L. E. Walter, Mrs. Elton 'vVal- ter, Marie Watkins. Mrs. G. W. Wll- , son. Mrs. W. D. Worrell. Put Your "Down 53 SXJKSsqp BEWARE OF THE DOG! A sign of protection for the kiddies and yourself. The faith , of a dog poets have blessed it, artists have painted it because it is beautiful and very real a Pet. Pal and Protector. Has your kiddie one? ' p See Classification 70, "Dogs, Cats and Birds For Sale. Electrical Work Savers! Don't be a drudge 'you only waste yourself. Electrical work savers mean much m the way of better work and in the conservation of time and energy. Sweepers, washing machines, sewing machines and other electrical devices are listed at a saving price under classification 60. "Miscellaneous For- Sale." ' Carmel Council r j c KjTaers oewer . i System Planned City Engineer Will Compile' Estimate of Cost for Draining Village. CARMEL Oct. 13 Whether Ciirinel Is to proceed with the In- SZJ'i 'Z'WZ .XS. menf act was the question hefore the board of trustees at their last meeting No action was taken fur- I I her than to Instruct City Enjineer i ' ' T'" ',r '. mate of the cost of a sewer system j ,.0 erlng the entire city of Curmel and to submit If at the next meet- , ""i, j Trustee Perry .Newberry, one Of 1 " r,l"1 " '-;"ng ctizms. slated tiirtt a sewage protitem Is a cltyi"'" "r piobleni and that the system ' corporation, of San Joee. Both should be spread over the entire j firm are engaged In the manufac city rather than be built by dis- ture and sale of farminc Imple- I tricts. l, iT1 favor of a bond issue to. cover the cost of n complete I ,oo. om o. sewers. , nose wno faior the dlstricffilan argued for the improvement being pu, In tin - ' .-..l out HI l der the 1911 art. with art with ten-year' bonds under the 1 9 1 .1 net. In this I way the owners of the propertvtby word and by letter, had advised benefited by the sewer would each 1 customer of both companies that have to pny certain percentage. , Knapn company was rnann- -N'ewberry'i) opinion Is that the tnettiiid of direct assessment against the property would leave two small diserlcts with an excessive, almost prohibitive cost, when then- came to the Installation of sewer, and that the city an a whole should pay for the cost of It en- tire system. However, he added, i if the balance of the board of tru-i tees favored the district plan he j w ould not oppose It. Merced Court Names Church Trustees Merced Oct. 13. Superior Judge .1 J. Trabucco Thursday In the Superior Court appointed J. R. Mc-Henry, A, E. Montgomery. M. D. Wood. .1. It. Mathews and E. IL L'ertor trustees of the real properly belonging to the Bethel M. E clinch. South. i ne w usiees were appointed to lake place or the original trustees, A O. Rucker, R. M. Russell. Nor-xal Douglas, J. E. Welch, Ejlwin Russell, R. M. Lurched. H. IL KuRcker. D. E. Lewis, P. V. Welch j a ml William ceased. Russell, all now de- The church property in located on Eighteenth street and was deeded to the church-by the Pacific Improvement Company In 1S76. m u. lUwa uutca rn i c,a8a yH won by the )union, Har-lVornme Hft'n lfoi wood C. Scott, yell leader; .best v sw rkvvw TI'RLOCK, Oct. 13. The La- dies' Aid of the Methodist t church gave a reception ior tne pastor. Rev. E. I. La Rue. at the residence i f Francis Fionini, at Delhi, op his f eturn to the pastorate. After ex- i pi esslng their thanks for the re - ceptlon a business session was held by the society, during which it was, decided to hob! a bazaar and din ner Saturday, December if. Turlock Lecturer Commences Season TI'RLOCK. Oct. 13. Miss Su- zanne Throon. lecturer for the ! Delphian Society, commenced the! current season's lectures at the i ii. .... i . i . : . . rt. i ' mumy utfre nun aiieinunu. loo date of the next lecture was set for November . A study class will be held at the library Monday, Oeto- her I;., at 2:30 o clock. Dollars to Work on the Farm" J Country property is income earns. Satisfy those "Back to the Farm longings by making a choice from the many" opportunities offered in the ninth annual "Country Property for Sale and Exchange" feature week in the classified section of this paper from the 14th to the 2Ist. Buy a farm? Sure '-. Do Yon Know About the Free Bufldinj M JflSFTRM" Villi UUUU I I inn kr ann nnn rtiiiiii .ii I mi. nun iiuiiu r wwywww LIBEL DAMAGES Knapp Plow Co. Brings Suit Againut Killifer Co. of Eo Angelen. HA V JOSE. Oct. 13. The KI11U fer Manufacturing Co.. oLLos Alt' ' geles. a corporation, ,wii made '-d fendant today In a suit for I10, ,Iima f(r rnaliclou. .Under , V . " J if" . ,ents. allege the Killifer COfU- v , , , . . maliciou. Intent t wrecu ine uuninenn and uiin iw rnararier or me nnapp company. farturlng Implement that wr a Infringement of Killifer , patent and that suit would soon b begun against the Knapp csompany. It agents and customers to forbid th sale of those goods. This, ' th I Knapp company declares. Is false. The Killifer company Is further as cused of having threatened the) Knapp company with suit In n alleged attempt to Intimidate. Ru, mors that the Knapp company j was bankrupt are also attributed to the Killifer company In th complaint. . The Knapp company asks flO, 000 damages, both actual and X emplary. and an injunction' f straining the Killifer company from further pursuing Ita alleged attacks. CALISTOGA NEWS CALLSTOtiA. Oct. 13. On Wednesday afternoon there was held av "Yell Contest" at-the high schooL Competition was for the best clasa yell and the best school yell.. . Mrs. Ruth Fuller Field, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, Mervyn Hoover and Arthur L Har-N rls, merchants of Callstoga, wer ; the appointed judges for the.con- ! test. . i The result was as follow: Beet school yell, won by the sophomores. Thomas M Met trail, leader: : best , -six rahs." freshmen, IdhnJQi Hockaday. leader; best "gree swand' I white." sophomores. T. McOralU I i.a,er best "Caljstoga," seniora, ' Howard Butler leader ., 1 ' '. :' The first furrow marked by th beginning of the street paring of maiiv'of the streets In the area or six blocks in the heart of the city, wan. ployed on Berry street yeater- , day morning. Groups of" "dissenters" were seen In various localities during the day, but none of the threats of stopping the work by force were carried out. New tennis courts have been built on the high school grounds. 1' 1 . . nv....... .v. ...,). n f f Ka tic iiitj, , uti n u.n v i studying by thej) tudents is doy ' . 'has been made very attractive by pictures and new hangings at tha windows. property a home that you can ! ' IS It's all in the way it's done A proper set of garden "tools will make the outdoor work of keeping a garden up, after business hours, a healthy exercue instead of bard work that leaves aching muscles and a tired back. Classification 60. "Miscellaneous -For Sale" offers a helpful assortment of garden tools. If jro don't see the kind of tools you need advertised tonight, - look tomorrow night! ' Plans?

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