Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on October 22, 1922 · Page 32
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 32

Oakland, California
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Sunday, October 22, 1922
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SUNDAY DsMantr Ctilzixz OCTOBER 22, 1922. - i Hih Boys ct A Convention I E AL1HA3, Oct. :i.A number tr :-jdnts fro mthe Salinas Union school are attending th invention of State Agricultural e'ubs at Davis. Among the boys 1 f-om galinaa are: Een Black, Clarence Schmidt, Merwn Burke, James Stirling, Carlton Pierce and ; l:rnest Smith. Others rrom r.aar-; Yy achool districts are: Nlcoli . Payne, of Blanco; Arthur Ollce ni1Irfy Thompson, nt Oravs. Escclcn Boy Scczls Win Hizhsst Honors F.SCALON, Oct Jl Two Boy Scouts troopi of this -place carried off tha high honors at tha recent county meet In Stockton, at which they met in competition tha best trained troops of Stockton, Lodl, Tracy and Manteca. In all IE 3 lads entered tha various contests. Tha flat offered the prize-winning team will be aent here ahortlv. JL !!-- 11. . ... evrs nan is desihd m MM. HIKERS Observatory on Inspiration Point Residents of the Eastbay cities uill be given the opportunity to view the Oakland and . Berkeley hills from an observation station to be erected at Inspiration Point by the East Day Water Company. The architect's drawing gives a general outline of the layout of the grounds and the pergolas and veranda. . k ' er us aw V be wifrVlCIOKdeakw ANY of the many Vidrola models, from $25 clear up to . , $1500, can be purchased thru us. Terras as desired.' v KTht above beautiful model is $275. It ii '49 inches high, 23 inches wide, 24 inches : deep, contains cold-plated sound box and is supplied with 20 Victor record albums (sufficient for 200 records). " 3 fIMSanTabloAvA Rustic Station on Inspiration Point to Give View of Hills and Bay. To provide a place where visitors, residents and hikers, of tha East- bay cities may view tha beautiful panorama of Oakland and"Berkeley hills and the bay an observation station of rustic design Is to be constructed at Inspiration Point on Skyline Boulevard by the East Bay Water Company, according to an announcement yesterday by George H. wlihelm, vice-president and general manager. Under the direction of the engineering department workmen are now engaged in clearing the ground Just below the point of brush and leveling up the area to be included in the station. Erection of the observation platform will start as soon as preliminary work is completed. REASON TOR BCILDIXG. Enforcement of" strict sanitary regulations prohibits visitors and hikers from stopping on the watershed lands of the compaany; and it was thought advisable, therefore, to provide a place where residents of the Eastbay might stop and view the scenery. For this reason the station is being erected. National authorities hava pronounced Inspiration Point one of the best looations from which to view the Oakland and Berkeley hills, the bay, San Francisco, the Golden Gate and the Marin county hills. - . . - v. When Skyline boulevard was opened up, engineers laid out a parking space for automobiles at Inspiration Point. The water company now plans to build the observation station Just below the point, in this way not .obstructing the view from the parking space. TWO PERGOLAS. . The observation platform, as de ( 1 - ' . 'MM M- . Jl ' 1 z SJ-. ft. ' M. M-inr t . i. .i tt " rr t " X ' : :-''"'--': ' tHXil ir-qr- lJ i? 1 - 5 CHTOCnYARB PATH ROW. RIDGE, Eng. Rev. Wm. Clarke closed the path through his church yard. The villagers have eom plained to the county eounell agalnat the minister's action. BIG DEMAND FOR TRAINED OFFICE: HELP- r two pergolas .connected with wooden timbers. ' The pergolas of natural stone are to be build at each side of the station and at the extreme end. 'Tron prill work will Oriental Rugs Our Specialj) . Ah C . .- St r inii!iiiiiiiranniii!inmxixiin,rimii!iii;i:mimm Time to . Remodel Your Furs - rrZjr LACK DRESS HATS ;$18.50 to $25,00 Of Lyons and Panne Velvet - U -xvassrf iS - fVf rf v 1 M v. 4 Inclose the platform on. three sides. Benches will be installed within the enclosure. , : f. ' -' A rustic gateway will be erected at the parking space and a path will.lead down to the 'pergolas. Ornamental shrubs will b used to beautify the grounds, ,;. Thomas Nelson .Murray, architect A T.lr, 1 J , .J ed:ri.5.architectcm8let8..ffthe-' observation platform and grounds. New Survey Gives Merced More Acres MERCED, Oct. 21. Approximately 1,000 acres have been added to Merced county, according to the Teport of a survey Just completed by County Surveyor G. E. Winton. He will sunmit ' his report to the supervisors of Merced, Madera and Fresno counties to determine its acceptance. The resurvey took in the southwestern portion of the boundary of Merced county about 24 miles long, ex pending between Merced, Madera and ' Fresno ana running west to the San Benito county line. Concrete posts have been put all along theiine laid out. Old survey marks were corrected. According to Wlnton's report the new line strikes the San Benito boundary half a mile south of the old line. r g Trimmed 'm silver flowers, I - plumes and aigrettes in dyed B peacock effects. H ... , . ' ., v I Sports Hats of the I Better Grade I $25.00 to $35.00 f3olh toque and brim effects are of fered in soft embroidered Egyptian shading.' Bridge Party Given by Niles Residents NILES, Oct. 21,--A bridge party was given in the home of F. W. Drew Thursday evening for friends from .rover the township. ;JThere were four tables of guests. Grant Catterlln won the first prize- and George Duffy and Harvey Braun, who tied for second, cut. The prize went to Duffy. After the game refreshments W6r served. i" ' e If you see it in The TRIBUNE tell them so. Palo Alto to Keep Visit-Laundry Week ALO ALTO, Oct. 21. All local laundries will participate in the observance of national "VJsit-Tour-Laundry Week" from October 23 to 28. -'Special programs will be held for the hundreds of visitors expeoted to go through the various laundries and see for themselves Just tiow their clothes 'are washed, cared for and ironed. The Palo Alto laundries participated in the event for the first time last year, the week proving highly successful. TRAINED office help is in big demand. Not since the ' world war has there been to many calls for help. Business is -getting better. Business leaders say that there is a long period of prosperity just aherfd of us. California is : groving. More business is being done. All this means that there is certain to be a shortage of trained men and Women for many years to come. Hundreds , of positions have gone Unfilled because Heald's did not have enough trained men nd women to tend out. You can get this training in the day or. night school at HealdV ryou can begin any time. No chaol in Calif or-nia like Heald's 4hty know 7iotj better teachers Ijetter methods Better equipment better service better positions when you are through your training better ability to manage your own business. .' , . . Nov is a good time to start. Get in touch with your near-' est Heald school. If possible pay the achool a visit and have a talkfwith the Supt., or phone or write your nearest Heald school for a catalog of the course you would like to take up Day or NighL ; " Basinets Course . Secretarial Course Accounting Course Bookkeeping Office 'Appliances Stenographic Typewriting , , v Commercial Law Check the course in which you are Interested write your . name and address and mall today. Catalog -will come sight back. Heald's. Business College 16th and San Pablo, Oakland San Francisce Sacramento San Jose FOR A SUNDAY DINNER TREAT MUTUAL ICE CREAM Milliner! Section Second Floor. n mrr. I Georgette Crepe at $1.75 the yard ' 40 Inches Wide There are twenty-five piece's of this superb crepe at the price mentioned. The colorings And patterns include examples from - the most modest to some rather bold effects.' ' ; ' SILK TUBING FOR UNDER-; VESTS, Jn splendid weaves and newest colorings. Yard wide at $1.50 the yard. v . Silk Section- First Floor Newest Wool Weaves POIRET AND TRICOTINE in the newest shadings of gray, brown, navy and rust, sell at $5.00 and $5.50 the yard. . I CHECKED RATINES for skirts, in - iridescent colorings of blue, green, red . and brown, sell at $6.00 the yard. " WOOL POPLIK 4i inches wide, in a aplendid weave and a good assortment of winter colorings, sells at $1.50 the ' yard. ' - Escalon District Man wFound Dead in Bed g i ' ESCALON, - Oct 21. Edgar P Johnson, an old resident of this H district, was found dead in his bed H yesterday by his brother, ywho e i chanced to visit the eabin where Johnson lived alone on his ranch. Physicians say he had been dead a day or two. Coroner Oscar Pope, conducted an inquest, the Jury 'returning: a verdict of death from rheumatism of the heart. De-! ceased was a native of Sweden, ' 70 years old. The funeral will be held next Tuesday afternoon at French Camp. . . Bridge Party Given. for Woodland Guest "WOODLND, Oct. 1. Mrs.1 Harry Flinn, of the bay . section, guest-of, Mr. and Mrs. George 1L Fairchlld of this city, was the guesi j o honor yesterday at a bridge; party. The guests were! Mesdames: g R. C. Litsch, O. C. McDonald, W. . 1 S. Gill, C. R. WiUlams, E. G. Desl-1 g mone, W. D. Johnston, Frank' fi O'Hanneson, S. J. Tate, G. F. Cloud, I g ' Alva McBroom, Richard N. Little If and R. H. Butzbach, and (he Misses p Rowena Browning, Margaret Harl- g ing, Helen Harian and Reva If Bhafter. '-... i . . , 1 iVies Men Attend San Mateo Bridge Meet NILES, Oct. 21. F. V. Jones, president of the Brldge-the-Bay Association on this side, and F. W. Smith, secretary of the association, both Niles men, attended a meeting in San Mateo yesterday that was called to discuss developments on the bridge project. ; iv mi . in . 7 l 'nJ A j I BigCity J I I Store YOU CAN DO BETTER AT THE ASHBY Located Out of the High Rent District Manufacturers and Distributors . - -.. . r. . ; ' . A - ::: . of fine . ' ' " Minutea ... From , Bdwy. QUALITY is the dominant factor in this big home-irnishing estaBlish- ' ment -Quality merchandise at prices made possible by our low operating . expense. . A 5 ' , rs "An Ashly product" Wool Weave SecSon--First Floor. M ore New Arrivals in COATS SUITS DRESSES $39.75 $49.50 $69,50 $97.50 These are the very latest the New York markets afford. ,a In all cases a generous amount of value jjas been offered at the prices mentioned. Aeady-to-Wcar Section Second Floor. i.-.w.fci,i,.w.)a.i,i,uiuiuu,NMMiiw,B.J,w,iB.w,(,t,, nr. ft FRIDAY THE THIRTEtHTH BRINGS BAD LUCK "Hello, there, oltf superstitious. Did you live through Friday, the thirteenth, Jill right "Oh, I lived throughTfall right, but my luck was bad. I knew it would be. My overcoat, that I j bought new just a year ago, wasj taken by mistake while I was eat-; lng dinner at a restaurant. Byi golly, it Was nanging near mo iuu, and how it got away is more than I know. Can you beat that for luck?" "Gosh, old man, I am sorry as the deuce. You were bound to celebrate Friday as an unlucky day, so you got your bum luck all right. -But that doesn't sound very consoling, 1 know. I realize what tough luck it Is to have a nice, fresh, new expense staring a man In the face suddenly." v v '.'The, deuce of st-is I can't dig up" the ready cash very easily, rfhd I'll freeze stiff in the meantime." Bay, Fred, I know the very place. You had better take a trip out to Cherry's, at 6z8 Uth street, right now and get that overcoat before you have a nice cold. Cherry's have mighty good looking overcoats and sell them on credit. You ttfeart pay a sman amount flown and make arrangements lor montniy fiavments. . Dern convenient, I'm elllng you!" Cherry's store for women is at SIS I3th stjeet. Advertisement. : . ' -. i . i t ,i . The Chetterfield, $240 the Chair or Rotker, 125 .These pieces are covered with the finest qualify Mohair, either figured or plain. You may - - choose from our large stock the shade best suited to yourneeds; Full webbing construction throughout; special double tempered steel springs, spring back and arms; hair filled and built by master craftsmen who are equal to any in the. United States. " - r WE CRATE, SHIP AND PAY FREIGHTTO ANY SHIPPING POINT IN CALIFORNIA ' Pied.321 Take Grove , Car We Save On Rent Complete Home Furnishers Corner Adeline and Alcatraz SOUTH BERKELEY Yon Save On Price

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