Santa Cruz Evening News from Santa Cruz, California on May 2, 1921 · Page 4
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Santa Cruz Evening News from Santa Cruz, California · Page 4

Santa Cruz, California
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Monday, May 2, 1921
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PAGE FOUR SANTA CRUZ., CALIFORNIA. MONDAY, MAY 2, 1921 -mi Petersen & Pittroff Phone 189 134 Pacific Ave. 10,000 ROLLS OF WALL PAPER in the newest designs and tone effects have arrived 1500 yards Best Grade House Lining, at.' 12c yard Sponges for your car (large size) , 20c to 75c Sanitas Oil Cloth, 14 patterns 48 inches wide if. 65c yard We are constantly receiving new Artist Materials. The latest arrivals include a full stock of bristle brushes in two grades, and Red Sables for oil or water color. Alazirin tube colors, academy board, charcoal paper, show card colors, (oleo tempera) water colors in tubes, and the newest colors in bronzes from New York. We furnish Estimates, Color Schemes and Advice on painting, paper hanging, tinting, etc. GLASS AND GLAZING Santa Cruz County Building and Loan . Association UNDER DIRECT SUPERVISION OF STATE BUILDING & LOAN COMMISSIONER BOARD OF DIRECTORS: GEORGE W. STONE, President, DR. M. J. GATES, Vice-President, LOUIS H. WESSENDOKF, Treasurer, GEORGE W. WOOD, Secretary, EMMET C. RITTENHOUSE, Attorney, GEORGE W. WOOD,' DR. J. P. PARKER, ' HARRY MURRAY, Manager 8 Cooper Street NewSpring'Suits $25--$35 We carry known brands of proven quality and a "cop-per-riyeted" guarantee of satisfaction goes with every suit. j SEASIDE TOGGERY RITTENHOUSE BROS. MARRIED SECRETLY iff - $ M f i If fc-M STREET PUMP HOLDS" UNIQUE HEALTH OFFICE LOS ANGELES, May 2. The secret has just leaked out that Gladys Walton, pretty motion picture star with Universal, has been married for three months. Not a soul in Hollywood where 'Miss Walton lives with her mother, knew a thing about it. . The husband is Frank Ladelle, son of nn eastern capitalist. Miss Walton says she will continue with her screen career. After . testing out . the Crossing street pump Sunday, the auxiliary feeder for the city water supply started on its annual grind for the season today. Starting the pump up at this time of the year, after a more than normal rainfall, is for precautionary purposes and will . guard Against the draining of the reservoir supply before the water supply in the creeks supplying local reservoirs becomes limited and the summer population and irrigation make a drain on the j HO! FOR THE BEACH BAND CONCERT COMMENCES SUNDAY MAY i ST. : POOL BATHING MORE POPULAR THIS SEASON THAN EVER, PURE FILTERED WATER CLEAR AS A MIRROR, HEATED TO 82 DEC v CHANGED FOU TIMES DAILY. ....... MANY CONCESSIONS OPEN EACH DAY FOR YOUR PLEASURE-MERRY-GO-ROUND OPEN .SUNDAYS TO AMUSE THE OLD AS WELL AS ,.! ... THE YOUNG. - ' SANTA CRUZ SEASIDE CO, 1 WESSENDORF & SOU UNDERTAKERS AND EHBALHERS 21 CM Street Residence Parlors Phone 42 :t TO BE FEATURE AT CENTER AND ELM P. E. and Leo Laskowski have just purchased the W. T. Kearney bungalow and lot at the corner of Center and Elm streets. The lot is 80x147 feet and makes an ideal location for the bungalow court which will be erected by Laskowski brothers, and will contain six apartments of three- room kitchenettes. The name of the court will be Center court, and will be built on the same up-to-date plan as the bungalow courts of Los Angeles and Hollywood. All the sleeping rooms will contain disappearing beds and other up-to-date appointments. , Too Late to Classify a : a FOR SALE A 1919 CHEVROLET touring car in fine shape; also two-wheel trailer. 504 Facile avenue. LOST A TWENTY DOLLAR ($20) bill. Finder please return to this office and receive reward. LOST BETWEEN CLIFF HOUSE and 168 Wilkes circle, via Garfield avenue, man's purse containing money, man's gold ring, receipt with name and address. Finder return to Mrs. Glen Bradley, 168 Wilkes circle. ' FOR SftE" SIGNS BANNED FOREVER BY REALTY BOARD 'An epochal meeting of the Santa Cruz Realty board at the chamber of commerce rooms this morning resulted in the determination of the fraternity to nevermore plaster - the landscape of Santa Cruz with ''For Sale" signs. 'Twas not all easy sailing for the proponents of the new idea this morning, either. Harry Murray, the Cooper street realtor, is sporting a window full of 'Tor Sale" signs, black and yellow boards, ail ready as it were, to distribute over the city. This threw a scare Into several members of the board, so President Garrison found a live topic for his meeting this morning. Carl W. Rose was the head scrapper advocating a han on the signboards. He was backed up by Frank G. Wilson, who urgently advised against the practice. Murray held out against the btorm for Borne time, but when some of the members turned to Secretary . Harry Main of the chamber of commerce and asked his opinion on the matter, receiving in reply the advice to abandon the sign idea forever,- .Murray capitulated. Henry Rhein sail he would take his signs down right away. The concensus of opinions expressed was that'the signs cheapened, the ; appearance, of the city in the eyes' .of the stranger. 1 : 1 T iS : : 'S Y'., died; ; . KING -In Santa Cruz, May 1, John King, a native of California, aged 64 years, 10 months, 19 days. . Funeral of deceased will be held from the Chase undertaking parlors Wednesday at 10 o'clock a. m. Friends and acquaintances are invited to at- KUDER In Santa ' Cruz, April 30 Floyd F. Kuder, aged 60 years, 2 months, 16 dayst a native of Iowa, GRIFFIN In Santa Cruz1, May 2, Nettie E. Griffin, a native of Texas, aged ' 67 years. 11 months, 27 days. The Outbursts of Everett True i e. r Nsvefc. knciai THilFsaow To -r- -Pl&fd ON QNITOlMCS. Of HtN' tWN StZC &)fCCfT ONCEflNP ON THT. OCCASION H KNe TH. VICTIM WAS A fA'THPUV- 1 " LOS ANGELES, May 2. Honorary City health 'officer of Los Angeles, with more power than the entire city health office. This is the unique position occupied by Dr. Lulu Hunt Peters. She is the connecting link -between the clubs of Los Angeles and the health office and has the backing of thousands of club women in any move she espouses. Dr. Peters attained this position and influence through her service as head of the health and sanitation department of the Los Angeles District Federation of Women's Clubs, when she was instrumental in having effective sanitation legislation passed. She is a prominent Red Cross worker, and the author of several books on health. LEASES SEABRIGHT HOTEL Added to the already large family of Smiths now residing in Santa fcruz, hereafter will be the name of Mrs. Genevieve Garden Smith, late of San 'Francisco, but formerly of San Quentin prison, where she served as prison matron for a number of years under' former Warden John E. Hoyle. Mrs. Smith has just closed a deal with Mr, and Mrs. F. H. Webber whereby sh'e . becomes the lessee of the Sea-bright hotel for a period of one year. Mrs. Smith's husband, who was employed in the Bank of California in San' Francisco for a number of years, died recently, and Mrs. Smith, who by chance visited Santa Cruz shortly after his death, decided that this olty would hereafter be her home. ' G. H. Hurd of San Francisco is to b the hotel clerk and bookkeeper. Though our fruits and vegetables are always fresh and of high quality, the warm weather during the past week has greatly improved them. The assortment this week will include EVERYTHING grown in this locality and many foreign delicacies. Call daily and benefit. 288 PACIFIC AVENUE Plaza Cash G rocery .. ITALIAN AND FRENCH GOODS A SPECIALTY Just received a lot of Parmigian cheese 29 Pacific Ave. Pieri & Garaventa ' Phone 86 Monday and Tuesday Adults 28c Children , tie Evenings, 6:45, 8:45 "Just 0 A BIG HEARTY LAUGH WILL CURE WHAT AILS' VOLS SEE u) of College" FEATURING JACK PICKFORD AND MARY MALONE Story by George Ade A Sure Trouble Chaser. SELZNICK NEWS POLLARD COMEDY INTERNATIONAL NEWS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY N EUGENE O'BRIEN IN "Worlds Apart" E; PAYS $200 7 BATHE JE L.' Gimerelli pf Sycamore street, who was arrested here last September by federal agents and charged with illegally selling wine at his home, was fined $200 by U. S. District Judge Netter in San Francisco Saturday. Gimerelli had previously pleaded guilty. "What did you do with all the wine you had in your home," said the court to Gimerelli Saturday. "It was for my personal use,'' said1 the defendant. j; "Did you bathe in it?" was the court's rejoinder.' "5 ' ' "" STARTS BALL ROLLING FOR CLEANER CITY Mrs. John Glblin has started the ''we'll show 'em" clean up campaign on Myrtle street and Chestnut avenue by having her houses painted and thoroughly renovated and all the weeds cleared from street, walk and gardens, producing a marvelous effect upon the property, : RALPH MILLER 9AYS PIGS ARE GOOD LUCK After personally witnessing the auctioning off of a small sized suckling pig at the Laveaga Park benefit at the Casino Friday evening, Ralph Miller has become a convert to the stability of the pork market, and more so since he was a silent witness of the deal that gave T. J. Larkins, manager of the New Santa Cruz theater, the young Berkshire. Mr. Miller says that pigs will hereafter play an important part In raising park1 funds, and with this' end in view made a tour of the rural districts Saturday in an effort to buy up a few on a, speculative Invest ment. ' ! I STARTS pSyflfJjg PHONE . TODAY !Q0 '( t TWO COUPLES LICENSED ! Two out-of-towft couples secured; marriage licehses on Saturday. Philip Clyde jE-ans. and Verda JLouis. ,Paul are both from San Francisco. ,,: The, other couple -wrei Carlton -Lanner of San Francisco and 'Helen Girdwopd of Los Angeles.'. ' POULTRY MARKET Shipway- & Nakken, poultry dealers furnish the following q.noations on poultry. - " 'Per lb. Hetis, White Leghorn Over 40 tbe.. per dozen . .22c Under 40 lbs.' per dozen.-....'...": 20c Hens-Colored (heavy) ....... . .21c Brollers---over 13 lbs. per doz..23-38c Broilers under 13 lbs. per doz.'..21c r EGG MARKET . Williamson & Garret, grocers fur-Dish the following Quotations on eggs. Extras 20MjC. I Pullets 15c. Undersized pullets -lc. . Daily Matinees, 1:3U to 5. Evenings, 6:30 to 11. ANOTHER BIG FEATURE BILL YOU'LL LIKE THIS SHOW TODAY, TOMORROW A Paramount Picture with ' j L I L A LEE 'JV''- CHRISTIE COMEDY 'MIND YOUR BUSINESS It's good. VEST AT THE ORGAN TRAVELOGUE NEWS 3 , , : .. . v ! Matinees all seats, 20c; children', 11c. ' ; Evenings all seats, 30c; children, 11c; loges, 40c. (War tax included in all prices.) , (- Feature 'starts: 2,3:50,7:40,9:50 Modern Voodmen of America--- The New Santa Cruz Theatre Bids You Welcome to Santa Cruz

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