Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on January 28, 1912 · Page 39
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 39

Oakland, California
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Sunday, January 28, 1912
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SUNDAY MORNING. OAKLAND TOIDUNH JANUARY 23, 1812. VALUES III 'HERMAN. ! Ten Times Higher Than Six Years Ago KVMAlCSta. tt.-4ohn Nicholson ot flnelaod Colony this -week refused 1400 cash jr acre for th twenty-acre farm whloh h purchased lx yearn ago for $40 to acre, Th plao cam into full bearing for the first tun last Season. Peache and Thompson seedla graps ars tn chief lmprorementa. -' -' Vtneland Colony waa ont of too first settlements on tb Kermaa tract. A number of Swedish families realised the opportunity often and were quick to taka ad van tar of ouch favorable condition. Valuea ainc then bav In created rapidly and few piece of improved prop artr axa for sale. John Anderson oid twenty acre of hi ranch ,thla week to John Peter of Ten. B. V tot i50 Peter will com to Kerman till fan to make hi horn here. " ' , The Empire Colony la also demanding a wonderful In ore. In land value. Mr. Ott Price thit week old hi twenty acre to W. H. Lewi for $4000. Tb improve ment on tbl place are-less tbaa one year old. 1 - The aam kind of report art constantly coming In from Baratow, Dakota, Broth ren and Kawkeyt colonl, all of which are located on the Herman tract. Raw land in Kerman bav also .advanced in value over 100 per cent In the peat three year, due to the greatly Increased de-maud. Thit demand for Kerman land la oued by the opportunity afforded the farmer to make good. The oll I rich and responsive and the Irrigation system Is perfect Every agr of farm land in Kerman own a water right and the water t ditched and delivered to every farm. The water tax for the up-keep of the ditch, maintenance of the service and the water i only 2H cent per acre per year, and the expense of irrigation is so nominal that the farmer hardly give it a second thought, but tb benefit derived from suca a splendid irrigation service are so ntlsfactory and th results Obtained so profitable that th maximum Increase In land values is hard to predict The Fresno Irrigated Farm Company has a large sale fore constantly tn action and their many automobiles are lending, their beet -service .in showing land uuyer tne number. r interesting sights on the Kerman tract Visitors an express tbelr sunrise at th wonderful errawth and progress made In the district, but the '.ncreaslng number of tale recorded 1 more impressiv and show th buyers' satisfaction at th opportunities offered In Kerman far better than any other kind of Indorsement. PLAN FOR SCHOOL CALLS FOR ; LARGE ONE-STORi BUILDING V rfefcreit?ATie tLKS OF'REDLANDS HA VP t7R!W. UAMC r - VlWfWV I I V III fa. REDLAMDS. Jan. J7. The Elk wiU move inte their new $7$,000 bom February 1. Th last meeting In the present quarters wlU be held January 11. and :b farewell aocial wlU be held Friday night - . Th contractor Is finishing up the Interior decoration of th building, the Moor are being finished and the Los Angeles firm that ha the contract for .he furniture already shipped It. ' Oa the third Wednesday In February there wilt be the first initiation In the new building, when a class of fifteen . 'mslness men will be taken In. a- . . OAKLAND TURN VEREIN PLANS ANNUAL BALL The annual Invitational masquerade sail of the Oakland Turn Vereln will be held on Saturday evening Febru ary X, In Germanla halt, Sit Webster itreet. Arranging for the affair are J. Tillman, H. Loeffler. C. Adler, C Toeckel. P. Uth, T. Radtke, R. Heln- emann, G. Klrchner, R. Gober, A. Kngel, O. Stoll, U Roesch, E. Acha, J. P. 7 Hohrbsch, H. Katz, L. Gruhlk. . . , "ggBBHMVlS-KSL! Vsmsjsbisjij mmmmtm J cu. " . . T CtM , Leu.. V , l f B v ' 1 - - - - " - J eta. A J . ; v. . s $!' - t ''A's: 1 , 1 . I - - --;V , . r ... : ' - , ' " ' TjEtT. ' ' 7 ' - ' I . o du. el r rM if. ; Ma . J ... J .,.. av4 1 J t ' n I, t "' - J Proposed plan for the Emerson school building;,' which will be submitted to the Board Of Educt-. tion for approvaL . - :c More than a year ago th Central Oakland and the First Ward Improvement Clubs appointed a committee to select a aultabl alto and to outline a plan for the new Emerson grammar school building. - This school la now situated on Forty-eighth street near Telegraph avenue. j 'The committee selected a tract ot five six-tenth acres bounded by Shatter and Lawton avenues and Forty-ninth and Forty-fifth streets. Th school board decided to buy this tract. The bond issue gives this school district $110,000 for a new bullding,vcon-seqiiently central Oakland will have one of the best school buildings in the state. - Professor C. W. Child prepared a general plan tor a-building, and L. 8. Stone made a blue print for th ground plan. This plan proposes a series of one-story buildings. heating, and ventilating. Oreat cars will be exercised In planning and locating lavatories and wash rooma Th building will be fire proot Thl large tract provide ample space for rfne-story - buildings and - good . play grounds. It la proposed to have out door gymnasiums for boys and girls, A large assembly halL for US of , lvln them all the fresh air and ran pupuo nuu fairvii" ui ill Kuwif.vmiugm POSS1 Die '" - occupy considerable space at the main! untranea of the building RiMtiitlnn rooms and rooms for manual train- Iwttr HnmAatlA Irl.nn. mnA rafa Atiil. other departments of school work will be located In the most convenient places around the plaza. Particular attention will be given to lighting, PTIITr IP PTnTCP U fl L UU H L J 70 HOURS TO HEW ORLEANS CC"FC.1T ALL TRE WAY A TKASM BE LUXE TO LOS ANGELES, EL PASO, HOUSTON, Connects at New Orleans with fast and ele gant steamships for New YorK, or via rail. All-steel, electric lighted equipment, draw-ing-room sleepers, buffet library, smoRing cars --ladies' parlor, superior dining-car service. LADIES' MAID, MANICURE, $ HAIR DRESSER, BARBER, VALET, STENOGRAPHER. Schedule Tuesdays and Fridays. Our agents will be delighted to tell you about this new train and service. BESTCUST OIB Makes Largest Purchases of Commodities Than Any Other Consumer. ; :r , V : SACRAMENTO. Jan. J 7. That the state 'of California Itself is the, largest single purchaser of supplies, goods, material and commodities for consumption and use In the state Is shown in a report issued today by the State Board of Control, giving how many pounds, barrels and yards of different things are used In the hospitals, asylum, prisons, homes and schools of California during a year. The report Just Issued shows the total for th fiscal year ISle-lIU, and one ot the Interesting features Is that "King Beef leads. There Vers consumed 1,094,14s pounds, making a drove of cattle of approximately 11,-$9t head, weighing on an average 050 pounds each, dreased. V f . Meat Is the largest Item on the list These charges of the stats eat 114,451 pounds of mutton, $5,104 pounds of nam, 10,40$ pounds of bacon, 765$ pounds of fresh pork and $$,400 pounds of salt pork. In addition and to help out the meat supply the Inmates et 22.240 eggs (and fresh, too); 111,72$ pounds or rresn run and many tons of fowl. They consume In a year 217,041 pounds of butter. EXTENSION SOCIETY TO " OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY tAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 27.-Th twen-ty-fifth anniversary of the San Francisco Church Extension Society mill be held this year In the new edifice of Howard Street church, comer of Howard and Harriet streets, Wednesday next. At $ o'clock a reception will be held tn the auditorium with Bishop and Mrs. Hughes, Bishop Smith, Bishop Quay!, Bishop Nuelson and the other delegates: and friends to th Parliament of Home Mis sion and Church Extension, a gueita of honor. Dinner will be served by the ladles ot Howard Street church In the large social hall at t o'clock sharp. It Is es timated that too persons csn be seated at one tltqe. Tickets have been placed at 60 cents each. The third session of the parliament undtr th auspices ot th board of home missions and church extension wilt be held at Howard Street church tn connection with this stiver anniversary of the local society at t o'clock. Addrssie will b mad by Btnop Nuelson, Smith, Quayl and Hughe and other distinguished clergymen. This session will b held In th great auditorium of the church, which will seat over 1000 person. - L RICHARDSON, D. F. $ P. A. C. J. MALLEY, City TicKet Agent. J. C. ROSS, City Pass. Agt. Broadway and 13th Sts., OaKland.. ;.v.' ': iv-'- ' -v----.r - Ar,.v ' Vr'; -:": Phones Oakland 163 or Horn A-5324 Or Oakland Sixteenth Btiset Depot, Oakland SovwKh and Broadway Depot, Oakland Tint and Broadw Depot, . ' POSITION OPEN FOR -LABORATORY AID Th United' States Civil Service Commission announces that ths examinations listed below will bs held In Ban -Francisco at an early date. Physical laboratory aid, salary $(00 per annum. Application blanks and further Information relative to these examinations may be obtained from th secretary, Thirteenth Civil Service District room $41 postofilos building, Ian Francisco. . . .... .. '; , ,- X . v TJT$ mi Opposite the Home Club on Fourth Avenue Boulevard .. ; - ..See it.. today If you want to live oj $50 or $60 a foot property and pay only$25 to $37.50 per foot for it including all improvements :ome but - to Bella Vista Park today, and come early. Of course, if price is no object with you , there is no occasion to hurry. We are going to market other tracts that directly adjoin Bella Vista Park, and you can be well suited In any of them at from $75 to $200 per foot. But this advertisement is directed at those who are inclined naturally towards a $60 i neighborhood, but, dp not feet like paying over $25 or $35 per foot- These, people , make neighborhoods desirable and progressive and increase property values. :. , Bella Vista Park is opposite thfe Home Club onJFourth Avenue boulevard. It is being sold " by fh Realty Syndicate to call attention to and develop along a well planned" line, our beautiful Fourth Avenue properties the whole to create new traffic for our affiliated companies the Oakland Traction and the , Key Route. Our prices are $25, $30, $35 and for the best corners, $37.50 per front foot including all improvements. Easy terms of 20 down and 2 monthly will be granted, and we will build for you if you so desire, on terms also. . VK deposit of $20 or $25 will -secure'; any lot you select until you can conveniently release ; enough cash to make the first payment. Get some of this close-in hill and marine view property today. It's only 8 or 10 minutes' tar ride from 12th and Broadway, and it will make you a lot of money some day. Automobiles will be In at tendance t - pur downtpwo office all day. If you wish to see the property we will end you out absolutely free of - charge, without obligation on your part j 7 SYNDICATE BUILDING 1440 Broadway (KBW Kamter Oakland. Ca!. . . 7 - To go direct to the property, take the ear marked "Fourth Avenue" the 'one with a red star on a white background which runs downtown from Berkeley on College avenue to Broadway and turns out Twelfth street Tell th conductor to let you off at Bast Thirty-fourth street, Bella Vista Park, opposite ths Horns Club. Contralto Will Be On Program atY. M. C. A.; State Sec-. , retary to Speak. ' - JL E SnrunMr. ' state secretary of ths California Young Men's Christian Association, will address ths meet-ins; for men - this afternoon at . thl Oakland i Xounc Jden's Christian As sociation on the subject, Ths Ghost of an OoDortunity." Mrs. Carroll Nicholson, ths contralto sololct of ths First Congregational church and a vote teacher of Oakland, will render a speclnl solo. Those who have heard Mrs. Nicholson wll be grad of the opportunity of hearing her aeain and those who have not can not afford to miss hearing her in "All A God Wills." Th Association Trio will glvs ths following program tn the lobby preceding th service: - 1 "Cului Anlmam" (Stabat Mater" , ,f ...... . Rosalnl I The Dawn of Love. . .Theo endlsc $ Prlie Song (Melsteninger) Wagner-Wllhelm 4 Polonaise Mllltalre. ... . . . Chopin $ Salut d' Armour ..Elgar WOMEX WX FIGHT. CHRISTIANA. Jan. t7. Both houses of the Storthing adopted a bill permitting women to recelvs appointments as public officials. They also resolved to ask th king's assent to ths bill. A SEA OF -WATER r". For Our New Steam Electric Service, Which TaKes 60 Million Gallons of Water Pes' Day, or 3 Times the Quantity Used by Our 3 Cities. r.--:' One Rotor Travels 270 Miles Per Hour and ' Requires as Much Fresh Air as 10,003 Pco-: : pie. ; . . ;VO-.-t-.C"-::! 30,560 Horse Power Now Under Steam in OaKland With 1 1 Hydro Electric Plants in the Mountains as Auxiliary. ! Assures for OaKland and BerKeley O 'S PERFECT SERVICE "PACIFIC SERVICE" Dermatologist Gives . Complexion Secret Pacific Gas acd Electric Company; Successors to OAKLAND GAS, LJGHT AND HEAT COMPANY' Clay and, Thirteenth . Sts. OaKland, Cal. 1 1 i Th great secret ot keeping th face young Is to keep off ths dead cuticle," said Dr. 3. Mortimer Mitchell, th noted English dermatologist, now vtsltlng tn this country. "It is well known that ths surface skin Is constantly dying, falling off In tin-perceptible particles, except In Some diseased condition, when the mm appear Ilk dandruff. But th par tides do npt drop off Immediately they die, being held for awhile by the live skin. - ' , "To havs th dermatoldgicar sul geon peel, off the entire cuticle st on time is a painful and expensive operation. Ths same result Is obtained by applying i ordinary merco-llsed wax, as you would cold cream. Ons ounce Is sufficient. The process Is both painless and Inexpensive. The wsx. procurable at your drug stores, hastens ths natural shedding process. It gradually absorbs the dead -and half-dead skin, revealing th new, fcftalthy, jrouthiul-looklof skin bs nsaUk" - t Uodern la Every Respect . OK . :. " A. 80NNICHSEN, Proprietor, Fireproof. 'AllOdtsidt Rooms, Largest tnd Mos Coarpleti Hotel' in-tfrt City. Epccnl Rattel for Totiristi. Rooms Frora ' 80c to $1.50 Peflhy. , Hectric Utllu ' Bth, Hot and Cold Water in All Rooms. , Furnished Rooms, Single or En Suite ; . 1 Special Rates for I'errruinertf ?oomerv , 527 Seventh St. Oakland, Czl

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