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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 9

Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 9

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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FRIDAY EYENING afelano SEPTEMBER 18, 1931 BANK REFUSES 31IIF01I1S Labor Denies Relief Scheme NOW REMOVED All Motorists rged to Report Acts of Courtesy BUILDING TOTAL I 62.989 loan to eon. COMMISSIONED 3 3 An appeal to all Oajcland mo torlsts to report deeds of. courtesy Three CaHornianii have re extended by other automobile drivers oh the streets or highways was made today by the courtesy cflivc(I their commissions In -the committee "of the Eastbay Safety The Central Labor council -and the Better Business bureau united today In Issuing a warning to the public against persons who are using the name of the labor organization In selling telephone book covers "to aid the'-flflemployed." "For the benefit of those interested In-the welfare of the unem ployed, the Central Labor council Is not sponsoring or assisting in any way the sale of these covers." eald Secretary William A. Spooner. 4im Reserve corps, according to received from the council.

It Is felt by the 'courtesy campaign "leaders thaf through the practice of courtRjr in traffic many of the minor and major accidents will ts avoided. "Oakland citizens, for their own protection, and the protection of tfielr families, "must- unite An mmi effort to curb the continued killing of many innocent people in traffic mishaps," said Chairman Evey; "We feel that if every driver of Douglas -Rvey, chairman of the Aim? department H-Whinston, JV Hans K'. KIrchner of the CANBRKR Australia, Sept. 18. (A?) Sir Robert Gibson, chairman of the Commonwealth Bank, ha rejected frejcbmmonweaIth's governments 25,000,000 for unemployment relief, and for ordinary- public works.

The best the banks can do. Sir Robert said, Is to provide courtesy cStupaiifrmomtnltteej an nounced that the license numbers Oakland Municipal Airport, haii of all automobiles whose drivers perform any act of courtesy when In traffic would be forwarded to the Safety council, 704; Tribune tower. ben? appointed second lieutenant in. tlje air corps, while Alexander By Petray, of 3400 Harrison street, fotmer National Guafd officer, has ban 'commissioned second aijt ill the 143rd. Field Artillery.

JSsneijt R. Hopkins, of Sacramento, wfta the third officer appointed, and hf received his commission as sec-odd Ifeutenant in the infantry. Our New Store in the new Shopping District See our new department of choice gifts and greeting cards The courtesy, campaign Is to fee an automobile would simply re Oakland's building permits for the last wpek totaled 75, for a value of $62,989 in new construction, according to the weekly report of the city building department. There were seven permits. Jsaued Tor one-story dwellings, two'Mflf larger dwellings, and 3 for stores and offices.

George R. Morrison will build a one-and-a-half-story dwelling at 3930 Lyman road, costing $5900. C. J. Pfrang will build a one-stow dwelling at 562 Alleen street, costing $5000.

Rich Packer's Wife Ends Life With Can LOS ANGELES, Sept. 18. UP) Mrs. Lucille Wreden, 32, wife of Carl V. Wreden, wealthy meat packing company official, was fmind dead today In the- bedroom ofiher home.

A gun was clutched waged throughout Oakland during 000 t.o carry out the unemployment relief work until the end of the ear, provide $15,000,000 which would allow a bounty of 12 cents spect the rights of every other motorist, the streets and highways would be made safe arid not the Jiexf four months In an effort to curb the gradual. Increase of abushel oh export whea, and fi traffic deaths. 1 thoroughfares of "This traffic question Is one of Diamonds Watches Jewelry nance tne government deficits up to $90,000,000. It Is expected the deficits will he at least" twice that amount. major consequence and one which calls for active and interested cooperation of every man, woman and regardless of whether they be motorists or pedestrians." MONEY ASHES EXCHANGED CISCO, Texas.

Ashes of 460 Jn currency burned when the Alex "Whenever the Central Labor council of Alameda county authorizes any plan for raising funds for the unemployed, or for any other reasons, all Its agents wiJl have authorized credentials bearing the seal of the council, which will be shown to Interested persons on demand." Promoters of the book, cover campaign are using the name "Central Unemployment Counsel," according to the Better Business Bureau. yNone of the community agencies has any knowledge of such an organization' the 'bureau said, "and it Is believed this Is another attempt to use the unemployed as a popjilar appeal to sell merchandise for the principal benefit of the promoters." Further plans lor Intensfying the Jtclsoi) Jewelers wc courtesy campaign are 'to be formulated Monday noon at a meet ander hotel was destroyed last ing of the board directors of in her hand. She had been shot the. Safety month were sent to the treasury department at Washington by W. proprietor, in an effort to regain part of- his lost funds.

Garden Club Will The charred bits were identified by 1767 Broadway Near 19th St. through the head. The body was -found by a maid who entered the room after hearing the shot fired. She told police Mrs. Wreden had been In poor health.

At the time of the tragedy, Wreden was at a downtown club. Elect on October 13 RICHMOND Sept. 18. Election the treasury, which promptly ordered the First National bank here to restore 'to Tweeter the full amount. of, officer-! the Richmond Garden club, a.

section of the Richmond club, will be held on October LlL i 13 at the clubhouse, according to Mrs. Hnrry Marlnnd, president. SATURDAY LAST DAY of the Members of the nominating com mittee are Mrs. W. W.

Scarlett, Mrs. C. C. Mrs. T.

A. Saw ney, Mrs. C. Pederson and Mrs. W.

Bullock. The Garden club will continue to function during the coming year as a part of the Richmond club and a committee to prepare a set of by-laws has been The committee Is composed of 111 nnr t-x- e- i fn Mrs. W. W. Scarlett, chairman; Mrs.

Leslie Black and Mrs. O. H. Johnston. Naval Y' Drive I I I i I 14 Workers Near Goal VAIXE.TO, Sept.

18. The na-val 11 ALL NEVER SAW M. C. A. annual maintenance ftind drive neared the two-thirds way mark last night when woskers report subscriptions totaling l568 Ivory Soap, 10 Bars 50c Tdoth Paste, 4 tubes $1 The regular- 1 0c ize bars.

Limit 1 0 bar. No phone Fulf size tubes, well known makes. Limit 4, No phone for the three days of the campcn, The goal la $4000 and subscrip tions taken at the Mar island navy yard are yet unreported. nor mail orders on this item. nor mail orders on this item.

Lieut. Commander Homer N. jf CWELLWVAN FURTH Wallin, heading the campaign, eir A FINER SHOE FLORSHEIMS are today's smartest, longest wearing shoes great shoes at the price they cost less in the end 9n'10 i pressed the belief last night that the drive-will be brought to a con-J elusion at he dally dinner in the neauquariers. The funds subscribed thus far Other Toiletries at Special Sale Prices rJCleenex limit of 3. boxes, r.

Modess Sanitary Napkins 4 boxes, $1.00 Houbigant's Bath Powder, Reg. $1.50, Special," $1.00 Roller tissue towels in container, rcg. $1.00... .50 Milk of Magnesia .19 Ovaltine, regular $1 .00, size, special. 50e Capwell, Sullivan Furlh, Toiletries, First Floor have come from 316 donors; In past campaigns, according to H.

Cunningham, an average of 650 You arc Invitfd to open a Charge Account, Credit Office, Fouilh Floor. persons have contributed to the maintenance fund. NEWVORKOmtt Newest Fall Frocks French Copy Hats International Peace Garden Site Chosen ASIIBURY PARK, N. Sept. 18.

(P)-rA tract of land on Turtle Mountain at the North Dakota-Manitoba, Canada, border, was approved today by the National Association of Gardeners' convention as the site for an International peace FlorsheimShoe Ltd. sV 1304 Broadway These are the better type dresses you'll be proud to wear anywhere. Of crepes, satins velvets and light weight wools in sizes 14 to 20 and38 to 44. Each individual in style. .00 Buy one of these and you're sure to be among the smartest-looking women 'in your set, for they are copies of Paris models.

There are also many others in another group at $3.85. Millinery, Second Floor Second Floor Uress Section, Women's New Dresses Silk Mesh Stockings ChMMlvUdi OtkUss TeWwn HOSdwlUt .00 Silk crepes and satins, smart wools and shimmering velvets are all included in this tempting group of fall frorks with their novel sleeves, reveres and bias hiplinrs. Dress Section, Second Floor There should be a pair of these in the wardrobe of every well dressed woman nowadays. A medium size me.h that looks stunning when worn and will give good service. All new Fall shades.

Stockings, Fust Floor $1.19 $14 Pure Aluminum Coffee Drip-o-lators Finer New Coats Wool Flannel Robes 59c Group; Buying Sale Saturday M(WMH 1 1 100 brand new models of beautilul Chardcllas and boucle fabrics with gorgeous trimmings of choice fox, wolf, caracul, silver fox, cross fox and squirrel. Sizes 14 to 42. Coat Section, Second Floor Women's all' Wool robes, of regular $3.95 quality. Some in colorful stripes, others in plain tones. All with pockets hct neat belts.

Be snug and warm this winter. Hobes and Negligees, Second Floor, $2-98 De Bevoise Furred Fall Coats Just think a regular drip-o-lator of good, durable aluminum, endorsed by the Good Housekeeping Institute, the Delineator Home Institute and other organizations. The drip-o-lator method makes delicious, amber-clear coffee. Both 6 and 8 cup capacity at this-sale price. Hurry.

No phone nor mail orders. Household, Third Floor. Limit one. Household, Third Floor Previous Models Reconstructed at the Hoover Factory. .95 Made of faille silks with lace busts or broche with satin trecot busts and with elastic side sections.

Some reinforced over abdomen. A'so 1 2 and M-inch girdles included. Corsets, Second Floor Values simply amazing beautiful new fabrics stunningly trimmed such furs as marmink, Jap fox, wolf, caracul and lapin. Sizes 14 to 44 and in latest fall styles. Coat Section, Second Floor $3 $24-95 De Bevoise Girdles Better Fur Coats Regular $2.95 Garment Bags .50 $98 Regular $150.00 and $175.00 coats reduced from our stocks for this event.

Of pony paw, lapin, sealine and two-tone silver muskrat furs. Fur Coats, Second Floor Of beautiful tearose satins, regularly $3.50. 14 inches long with two sections of strong elastic over the hips. You'll be amazed and, delighted with these. Special at $1.85..

Corsets, Second Floor $1.85 .89 $1 Complete With New $7.50, Set xf Attachments Hoover that have been thoroughly overhauled at All-Wool Blankets Rayon Combinations the Hoover factory by Hoover experts. All ped with ball-bearing brush, new cord, belt and bag. They Look and Work Like New I Of strong, lustrous sateen gay chintz patterns. 36-inch zipper opening. 8-garment capacity.

Special. Notions, First Floor 66x80-inrh all wool, blankets, light and warm. Regularly $4.50 and special for this event. In pastel tints, of blue, rose, green, gold, orchid. You'll wart at least two.

lledding, First Floor Brassiere, girdle and panties combined in one comfortable garment of soft, fine, run-resistant rayon daintily lace trimmed. In pink or peach, sizes 24 to 40. Knit Lingerie, First' Floor $2-89 $1.95 Use Our Easy Payment Down, $1 Week Linen Handkerchiefs 72x99 Sheets New Autumn Novelty Jewelry 39c Electric Washer at a new LOW PRICE Because these are slightly soiled, we a'e ableo sell them for much less than hev would be regularly. Of fine, sLong cottons without filling and of standard make. Bedding, First Floor Exquisite, all linen 'kerchiefs with Chinese hand embroidery in colors in all four corners.

Perfectly lovely for gifts arid for your own use. Regularly-39c each. Special, Handkerchiefs, First Floor 25c 79c I New Suede Men's Fine Shirts now $69.50 Rustproof Pprcelain Tub AIuminurii Agitator High Spewed Action i "Hold-Heet" Tub 'A es your cloifies clean with its gentle and thorough water action. Household Third Floor You would ordinarily pay much more for jewelry of this to complement your fall Sports bracelets, chokers, earrings, and pendent style crystals on sterling silver non-tarnish chains. -Jeivelry, First Floor before have we1 been able to offer these popular grnuine suede jacke'j at less than $12.95.

Here is an. opportunity, to buy yours for $4.00 Icjs. Thoroughly smart and new. Sportswear, Second Floor Regular $1.95 quality broadcloth shirts in collar attached and neckband styles in white, plain colors and handsome patterns. Also white oxford.

Sizes 14 to 17. Men's. Furnishings, First Floor" Save $20 Sold on our Eauy rayment Plan, $1.00 Down, $1.00 Weekly $8-95 .25.

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