Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on July 20, 1917 · Page 11
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f july 20, mVr X A- FRIDAY EVENING ) Oakland Cribtmc PREFERS Dllf IB SERMT STYLES Market Open Wednesdays and Saturdays Market Open Wednesdays and Saturdays : a -- - - - v - - . - - . BMAROARET MASON. - - , (Written for tha United Press.) - ; On'BrMgst M making munitions ' " And Hulda the mountains doth roam "While Lisa makes tracks for the seashore We're left In a servantless home. ('. This la the season of the year when newest styles In cooks and the latest effects In second maids and waitresses are agitating the female mind much more than the cry for bonnets and blouses. .'. When Tilly begins to burn the griddle cakes and mope around with a misunderstood expression in her ..lambent, orbs, then you may as well hit the trail to the employment agency at once. For Tilly has begun to feel the yearn for the Great Outdoors. Bhe hears the sad sea waves calling and the whisper of the pines. Fpr ten years I have spent my slssllng summers in my city Hat . No one ever said to me: "Wilt thou fly with me to some cool grotT" so I just had to stay put and do all my wilting right In my happy little home. Not so Maggie, Minna or who ever happened to be breaking my china at tha moment: As soon as the first songs of spring were noticed they gave -their notice. ' They packed their (trunks and hied them to some mountain, field or seaside resort while I became queen of the home and sei of the stove and tha sink as a last resort. Can you beat it? No, but they always did and still do. f .- Now that munition .factories are added ; as an equal lure to tpe ' call of Ihe sum-f meresort, times are doubly hr for our ' erstwhile happy homes. Treasures of our doniestio menage are now wrested from without the kitchen range of our affections to fill shrapnel ehelts Instead of pastry shells. Blsoult making has given way to bullet making and the hands that once pushed the baby carriage are now busy doing the same for the gun carriage and making bombs to scream through the air while our heirs scream nurseless at home. To make the, worst of It. servant styles left to choose from never offered less diversity before. There are but few Imported models being used this season owing to the difficulty of transportation. Borne of our most serviceable little German effects can no longer be obtained and there la only a scant showing of Swedish, ' County Clare and Hungarian model maids. Naturally a domestic domestic Isn't In It with the imported article but even a "made , in America maid" is going at a premium these days. Really the best little all around model tor general housework Is a Southern product" It Is bult on generous lines (Mason and Dixon mostly) and is worn very dark this season. It is excellent for cooking and really shouldn't mind the heat One of this model lot known as "The Virginia" is particularly smart, wears well and Is guaranteed fast black. WIFE SHOT DOWN AT CAPITAL DEPOT SACRAMENTO. July 20. Enraged because hU wife, with whom he had been dancing In vaudeville for several years, refused to live with him, Ouldo Nudl of San Francisco, known to theatergoers as Oulde Stanley, shot and possibly fatally wounded the woman. ' The couple had been separated for soma time, and the woman had become sji hahttue of a dance hall. Nudl tried to effect a reconciliation, and then sent a message to his wife saying that her trunk was at the Wells Fargo office, . addressed to a fictitious person. He - waited for her to cal, and when she did he fired the shots. Physicians said today that her condition was serious, as three of his five shots took effect Wells Fargo employees took the man's gun away from him and he was turned over to the police. Nudl told Deputy District Attorney Clifford r Russell that he had shot Mrs. Stanley,' as she was known, because she refused to live with him. . The shooting caused great excitement because of the proximity to the Southern Pacific depot, and because a large consignment ef gold was being shipped by Wells Fargo at that time. Emjlswass first thought it had been an attempt to rob the office of the goid; IS ORDERED FREED NEW YORK, July JO. Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, anarchists, were ordered released from prison on $26,000 ball each by United States Supreme Court Justice Brandels when he granted a writ of error In their cases In Washington, according to a statement Issued .here last night by attorneys for the defendants. Ball for Louis Kramer and Morris V Becker, whose cases were appealed with , those of Muts Goldman and Berkman, -inn fixed at 110,000 each, with an ad ditional bond of 12000 for Kramer, who refused to register under the selective draft law, says the statement. All four were convicted of conspiracy to obstruct the draft law. Berkman, Kramer and Becker are In the federal prison at Atlanta and Miss Goldman Is In prison at Jefferson City. Mo. 1 ' 1 AccoAIIng to the statement, the grounds auegea y tne assignment 01 errors were that noNevldence of conspiracy had been roved and that the entire conscription aw la unconstitutional. 1 OFFICIAL, PAUPER SACRAMENTO. July 29. Tha county clerk of Placer county, thia State, wrote to Governor W. D. Stephens today, asking that the attention of tha Stat of Idaho be called to tha circumstance of former , Governor Norman B. Wllley. who Is Ulv Ing on pourity aid of tha Placer county supervisors. Wllley. who haa been Ilvina; at Blua Canyon, Is about to be sent to the county hospital, and the Placer officials want to save him from that humiliation. HE QUITS BOARD John Eleworth. (member of exemption board No. 1, which Includes the city of Alameda, ' today resigned on account of III health. His resignation was received by' Superior Judge T. W. Harris, chairman of the county council of defense, and will be forwarded to the Governor, who In turn wlU forward It to the President. No one has yet been named to take Els-worth's place on tha board. t "Give family, Oakland, Vnivartity of California and Unittd States note, tt U gold htra." (Extract front soldier's letter). Newa, news from home, that's what tha boys at the front want. Sand them Tha TRIBUNE and keep them posted on the news of the nation and this community, Regular subscription rates prevail. . .The Test a Tims. Hay what you will, time tries all things, only the best survive. Chamberlain's Collo and Diarrhoea Remedy has been In use for more thaji forty year. Many -millions of bottle have been sold-and used during this time. It haa sioed the test ef time because It can always be depended upon.- For sale by Osgood fcros. Drug Stores. Advertisement 7 m : Alpine, Special f 5 ttt W Rump . The Opening Tomorrow ausiaini . ., A sbJL VV "ELCOME! The last nail readiness and filled with YOU come and welcome The occupants of the OAKLAND SANITARY FREE MARKET are prepared to offer bet-i ter service and better prices than ever before The old Free Market below-Seventh Street will move to this new three-hundred-and-fiftthousand-dollar OAKLAND SANITARY FREE MARKET right in the heart of the business district Our location on Tenth Street is convenient no more dangerous railroad tracks to cross. Come tomorrow! Familiar faces will greet you. Come early tomorrow and receive a FREE souvenir. Band Concert morning, afternoon and night ' . J . , . e Public Telephone Booths Nurse Maid in Attendance ' . Playground for Children on the Mezzanine Floor on the Mezzanine Floor on the Mezzanine Floor ' - n A GIFT TO THE AMERICAN RED CROSS n Cjl The Oakland Sanitary Free Market will give ONE PER CENT of CjI3 ' the gross sales to the Red Cross on Saturday, Opening Day. ' 1 . ; ; ' L :i KESSLER'S ;; GROCER MILK SPECIAL Sego, Libby, Mt. Vernon. Large Tins, lie MISSOURI BOYS' PEANUT BUTTER : 2 lbs. 25c In Your Own Container. Dring, This Conpon) QUALITY MEATS MEAT DEPARTMENT SPECIALS QUALITY MEATS The policy of the Free Market Meat Department will be to conduct a strictly first class market, offering the highest quality meats at the lowest prices. Satisfaction or mnnev re.fnnAeA. RoUnd Steak m 1 r j t . I B iiuuuuiiwoi W a t aiaviaa si f i 1 l.' i srs h m am RoaSt n tl 1 CI JuDe ; ' A CI la T L40X AAJaAg t,VTZJI is driven the workmen have gone Every booth is in products of the farms and factories. We areready and bid to the finest and most sanitary Free Market in the U. S. OPENING DAY SPECIALS Y DEPART MENT SPECIALS UGA1 PURE CANE 14 lbs. n.oo You do not have to buy anything else. Hind Quarterg of Genuine 97.1 Nevada Spring Lamb, per lb LI nt assi Fori. Onartprs AA1 per pound LL1 Pot Roast Per nound a UttVt V1UJ k- KESSLER'S CRISCO SPECIAL C 59 Small Size Medium Size r 39c 79c lT FRESH VEGETABLES . FRESH FRUITS Freshly picked the night be f pre by the Alameda County Vegetable and Fruit Growers. . EXTRA SPECIALS Legs of Lamb 6-poujnd average per pound . V 1 et,MniJ.. p . t.. .r Veal per pound A- . " , I I , Wit 25c m lUW I 3S. 1 li

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