Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on September 23, 1924 · Page 18
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Hej-ry PetersoNj irriw Tales VEeo-lv CdiTomm: TUf TRIBUNE I? DELIVERED :1" TO YOUR VOM. EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR FOR ONLY QSC A JONTU Exclusively in the Tribune 1 batrrwattowal flrora trvc VOLUME CI 19 OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER, 23, 192 1 NO. 84 RIENLLH "A Monument to Sacrifice and - Zeal of Parents'! This was the way in which Commisiorier Morehead described the new Hawthorne school being built to replace the one destroyed by fire j about a year ago. The occasion of Moorehead s remarks was the laying of the cornerstone for the school. I his photograph, taken during the course of the ceremony, shows, left to right: MRS. PETER J. KRAMER. MRS. BRUCE PHILIP. W. A. BENNER. MRS. FRED B. COFFEE. W. E. WALIN. GEORGE P. HATCH. J. F. CHANDLER. W. J. MOOREHEAD. R. J. GRAHAM and FRED M. HUNTER. Established 1875 uirr nTHTrn OaHani's Oldest Dry Goods House .--. rl "V MirVW Mfe- - A II - II - -XX r- t rjc I v V wrrr United Prtst i DVER costs no - tbttipaP costs no I ..." -izp more! , r- vorce Granted to Pied- mont Woman Who Was JT Wooed and Won in Far 1 Eat by U. S. Shin Aeent p1 f7 Th Jur of the Orlont, which brought the couple together, failed to hold them, according to the tory of lier married life told to Superior Jud)?e T. "W. llnrris today hV Pntllprlntt Trslnnr Inh.n Piedmont, who was granted a divorce decree from. Ralph M. Johnson of the United filntea Shipping Board' Orient office. Thn cnupl" met while the wife was on a trip through .lapan and China. They were married In Ma nila. Johnson failed to "honor and protect" her as he promised during the maninRo rite, sn!d the wife, who decliirfi! that hl.s love cooled rapidly and he. soon told her that he did not love hf-r any more. He became enraged while In Hongkong and cursed and yelled nt her, ihn mid, and also while in Manila he l"t his temper over a hridge game and created a scene In the home of friends. I'nder a . property settlement reached out. of court Johnson jtlves hln wife J 1 500 cash. JlL'5 a month alimony, $150 at torney' feea and $-"i for hfr court co;ts. The couple married l'ehruary 3, 11' I, and M'pamted November 20 19.23. . ' - ' Record List Looms For Poultry Show With Indications pointing to a record entry lint, plans are under for the Oakland Poultry Show In the Municipal 'auditorium December J to 7. Walter Jlleklinr ha-t l.i r n selected as manager of the Xbibitioii. The (."alifornla Pigeon cluh has already entered 100 exhibit, ac-CorrijBj- to Ulclillng. and has also 1rn ' d ;i cup and medal. Judge Halts Court To Marry Couple Police Judge William J. H-n-Hpey today declared a short re-Oejw during the morning session In order to perform n marriage ceremony. The couple were L. C. Tieaton, S1), Hotel Toui-aine, and Kvalyn I'nrly f'.athgub, 29, of San Andreas. police Inspector liobert Tracey, who wag !n the court at the time acted a." best mart. Berkeley Parley on School Due Tonight r.KKKKIXV, Sept. Z.. A cotifor-nc hi t ween representatives of the T'nlvfVstty KUmi'titary Psrent-Teaclifrs Association and the board Of i -.luca I ion will be field tonight to derhlo vliether the University riientary Fclmol will be changed 'r'o n 1 ii ti !r hicli. -- wmammmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmBm 1 1 1 1 m i iiiWBWaBwwwHWWWwa - r -L , i n VfJf -ftm I , : Mx mmMmmmammtmammmmmwmmmmmnmamiammmatm iiiiiaiimiii n i nil n I n iff" ii wiiiiiiowriorrTmiriiiiiriiiitmiiiniMiMnniiiTHimTTffi mm imrnnnnnn ntirrnnnniuniiiiiiniir S. F. Seeks Title to Power Right-of-way The city and county of San Francisco today filed ault against Thomas V. Perry and others interested in land near Wunol to condemn a mrip 100 feet wide for the erection of power lines in connection .with the Hetch Hetchy waUr project. "Y" KOI IlS (iVMXASIt'M. - T: It'll M i 'N i ), , Sept. 2 3 . A c in -plcte set of gymnasium equipment i bLine: installed in the Y. M. C. A., according to a. W. Muller, Becit- tarv of the Institution. City Appropriates $15,000 for Voting As an aftermath to yesterday's city council resolution placing cer. tain charter amendments on the November 4 ballot, the council today passed to print an ordinance appropriating $13,000 for the city's share In the cost of -the election. The charter amendments concern raises in the salaries of mayor and commissioners; a general 'pension system for City employes; ami the, equalizing of the hours of police- i men and firemen. I IE CORNERSTONE OF SCHOOL IS LAID -ri ALU MORTON'S DIAMOND JEWELRY Greatlv Reduce Do you realize that you are missing an excellent opportunity by not taking advantage of the substantial reductions offered on Diamond Rings, Bar Pins, Bracelets; Watches, Pendants and Scarf Pins of the finest type. ;s. ;r To be able to purchase any of your 'choice from Morton's Diamond Department at 10 to 25 under the regular marked price is an opportunity that needs no emphasizing to those who know the standard of the H. Morton Company. . "Only one week remains in which to benefit by these substantial reductions on Diamond Jewelry of the finest type. ' Convenient pay men I accounts extended to responsible persons. H. MORTON COMPANY JEWELERS BROADWAYtAT ! 4TH STREET OAKLAND W,;b exercises by school children and a rally for the coming bond issue, the cornerstone of the new Hawthorne school was laid yesterday afternoon by President George W. Hatch of the board of education. The Hawthorne school Is to be a two-story building consisting of ten classrooms, an office and a Parent-Teachers' Association room. It is being built at af-ost of $103.-32' and replaces the old Hawthorne school, which w,t destroyed by fire a littlp more than a year asm. W. J. Moorehead, commissioner of revenue and linn nee. made a plea, for the school bonds and also highly praised the Hawthorne "Parent-Teachers' Association for its work In obtaining the new school. ; "This school stands as a monu-; ment," he said, "to the sacrifice and .zeal of the mothers and Parent-' Teachers' Association or this community." I other speakers were Fred 51. Hunter, superintendent of schools; J. Holland. president of the ' 1'ruitvalo - Poulevard Merchants' i Association, and '. X. Cooper, Pres-, ident of The Fruitvale .P.usiness ; Men's Association. "The cost eft 'one, battleship." said Cooper, "would biiild nil the schools in t Oakland and run them four years." i Jt. .1. iirajiam. nrniniiiu i'i mt'i i Hawthnrne si'liool, acted as onair-; man of the day. and through his arrangement a program of music 'find song was given by the Alett-j Milder Hamilton junior high school 'band and the third, fourth, fifth and sjlh grades of Hawthorne : school. The following articles were sealed ! In t he cornerstone ' Copy of the minutes of the hoard of education of May 10. 1 H - 4 , Indopting Hawthorne school plans; i minutes of the board or education ! of June 9. l4'-4- awarding the contract; outline of the new school Ida n'day in'-" of cor nu't on pro- gram, tsepteniner .iv.t, w "i superintendent's bulletin of September 11,' 10-4. containing school directory: set of circulars or nomt campaign: history of Parent-Teachers' Association and lists of officers; list of present members of Parent-Tea fhorst" Association; names of all pupils attending the Hawthorne school and names of faculty; group photographs of the present classes of Hawthorne school. Haywar'd to Start Big Sewer Project IIAYWARD, Sept. 23. Plans are under way today for a $7o"'000 sewer project In the east end of town, following the failure of expected protests to materialize at a special city council meeting' last night. This will be the largest investment of the kind made by Hayward in the past 20 years. CostH will be defrayed by a tax on the district to be benefited. ALL plate-wrirk done here has the expert attention so necessary to modern satisfactory results. We guarantee your satisfaction. "Modern methods only" All Work Pnlnlena and Gunianteed Fr5. BARBER I). D.,fl. DENTIST 1119 Broadway Jitxt to Iirnadnaj Theater Phone Lakeside 88 S look for the ground floor. laboratory 1SCZ3C ft a r. SjU'---'il ti'ii fAt'tiiui I, ,1 1 , VI, ll Ijjp H l"' H tqjliTlliH Luncheon Clubs to Hear Safety Talk Highway safety and the methods of Various sectiotis of California in reduclrtg ' atitomobile deaths will he the subject of an address given before the Kasthay Safety Council and delegations from the luncheon service clubs. T'ridav nooti, by 'Will H. Marsh, chief of the Motor Vehicle division at Sacramento. Kov Milligan, president of tne Cakl.'ind Lions club, will preside nt the meeting. The entire membership of the saffty council will attend, nnd the Hotary. Kiwanis. I.inns. liusiness and Professional Woirien's and other luncheon service clubs will he represented by groups. . . -jt. 24 33 34 24 33 TO LET Hkig. Rms. Class 24 Unfur. Houses Class 33 Fur. Houses Class 34 24 33 34. 24 33 The Columns Are Numbered 34 24 33 34 24 Tn Its Classified Want Ads. The classes are arranged by numbers Use the Index on First AVant Ad Tag Todav'n TRIBUNE 34 24 33 34 24 " SHOPPING HEADQUARTERS FOR THE VERY NEW BABY T A VrrT"Tl7 QNEED NOT Li 1 Ej 1 1 EjO COST MUCH When you think of a Layette you usually conjure up a material outlay of money. That this- is somewhat fallacious may be seen from the accompanying list and total price. We have much higher priced ones ' but this one is good enough for any child in the land. Think of it TWENTY- EIGHT PIECES FOR SIXTEEN DOLLARS AND EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS. . TWENTY - EIGHT $ PIECE LAYETTE Three shirts Two flannel Gertrudes One dozen Canton diapers Three bands - Two' gowns One plain hand-made dress One fancy dress Two bootees Two sacques Baby's Beacon Blankets Pink or Blue. . Exceptional at 95 Two Splendid Glove Values Two-Clasp Chamois Suede with handsomely embroidered backs, offered in covert, sand, mode and beaver C A EXCEPTIONAL AT .'"V .". 7. V J Y"' Fair Elbow Length Gloves also with fancy embroidered backs, offered in mode and beaver only. S 1 1 5 EXCEPTIONAL AT. Pair New Silk WeavesAttractive , Cycillian and Cotele CORDED EFFECTS, which are imperative, offered in black, Etresque, Beschoff. Seal and Caramel. Full 40 inches $C 95 . ; . . . . . wide Yard Satin Canton a luxurious silk with superb wearing qualities,.-offered in ivory, black, chinchilla, deer, wild rose, Lucille, Morocco, Titian, Fez . and,, several evening shades. Full $.50 40 inches wide...... Yard Compelling Sale of Slippers and Strap Effects A very generous assortment of Slippers, Pumps and Strap effects are offered in this event. Finest materials prevail, consisting of broken lots and discontinued numbers. Plenty of sizes abound throughout the line. Hand-sewed soles are general. BUY EARLY. &J On Sale Wednesday $S.oo Pair WHILE THEY LAST Pre-Holiday Arrivals m China and Glassware Venetian Glass in the most exquisite collection we have shown since the war, is now stocked and offered at reasonable prices. Imported Bronze Ornaments in a various assortment suitable for all rooms and purposes have just been received and marked closely. English Moorcroft Pottery in the form of vases, bowls and lamps, is now featured in our section. Art lovers will enthuse over this. Art Novelties The early shipment of unique and exclusive art novelties is here and now displayed for selling. It is worth seeing, whether you buy or not. Overblouses ' and Tuck -in Waists offer imposing Reductions Crepe de Chine, Pongee and Georgette Crepe models in both tailored, beaded and embroidered models, are now drastically reduced and represent "wonderful buying opportunities $12.50 $16.50 NOW NOW $5-95 $8-95 $6.95 NOW $3.95 Sale of Fur Chokers Handsome Fox and Wolf. Actual values $9Q-75 to $49.50 LV m.'.'E Mi

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