Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on September 4, 1923 · Page 27
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DEALERS MDDEHrJ REALTY TO SEE ; ITMSTEM State Association Will Have ' Chance to Inspect Plant T ' at Sacramento. , Estimated School Needs Are Outliiied. Hy Mothers SACRAMENTO, Sept. 4. The latest roethoa of supplying water for a city of 100.000 will be shown to tha 1000 delegates and their wives Expected here for the annual stats convention of the California Real Estate, association to be held here October 10 to IS. The plant will be practically' completed at the time of the visit of the real state men to the city and they will be shown the first tryouts of tha t8,000,000-gallon pumps. Plans already have been made by the ' Sacramento Realtors association to take the visitors through the plant In addition to the visit to the filtration plant the visitors will be 'thewn otherttiteresting and historical spots in and around Sacramento including the famous Sut- 1 ter'i Fort, relic of the Days of '49, Crocker Art Gallery, new capitol extension . buildings, gold dredges at work In the American river district -and new buildings costing $12,000,000 now being erected in the city. ' pastor calls' conferexce. - Rev. Frederick Vining Fisher, pastor of Plymouth church, urges all Interested in the future of the church, the community and Oakland to meet in a conference at Plymouth church tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock to discuss new plans and programs. It will be In the nature of a "Suggestion Rvening. (Continued from YesterdayX ( (Because of the' interest manifested. The TRIBUNE is pub lishing queries of articles -containing -reprl'variqftB Mothers clubs of the oky made to the Board ;tf F.ducttlon in 11 ..I I- ,L m L Is.d -'--ilHL:''iili I.' to the views of the clubs. The first of the series apjipd Sun day and the present article the third.) . Xne Bupennienaeni oi nuuti.- tion Is preparing a preliminary sur vev of the needs of the schools-in the various communities of the city, following the receipt of the mothers' club suggestions. The statements of the clubs were re-auested by the Board of Educa tion. It Is the first time that such an experinunt has been tried In Oakland. The statements in the third group of communities follow: KRCITVALE : All our rooms are very much crowded and .a new school seems necessary. We have four portables. We want at leasi one good unit towards a new school building." We have ample playground space. GOLDEN GATE: There are a few old ""buildings whi h really ought to be moved olt of the present site. The Junior high school unit should be completed. Additional elementary rooms should be provided. HAWTHOF.NE: That a concrete culvert be built and the creek filled; that the property fronting on East Seventeenth street, adjoining the present playground site, be purchased and the new Hawthorne school be built thereon away from the noise and traffic of Fruitvale avenue: that at two-story, .lass B building be erected consisting of ten , class rooms, library, office. nurse's room, teachers rest and lunch room, kitchenette and P.-T. A. r6om; that an auditorium with gallery be provided. The auditorium to have a seating capar.i'y of BOO on the wound floor and to e f September Xcursions ! You'll enjoy Alaska in September. Never is this top o' the world wonderland more alluring, never can it be seen to better advantage. The weather is pleasant, the atmosphere clear and visibility best. Regular excursion service is maintained throughout the month of September and person unable to obtain accommodations earlier in the season, or late vacationists, will find these September excursions a pleasing solution of their problems. Southeastern Excursions $i &S days 200 miles of delightful travel iOUND TRIP lauludinr meals & krrtk) Sailings from Seattlt September 5, 12, 19 Cf 26 Southwestern Excursions $ M days 4,000 milea of delightful travel ROUND TRIP (mclmdmm wuaU 6 btrtWl Sailings from Seattlt Aug. 30, Sept. 13 cV 27 EARLY RESERVATIONS INSURE CHOICE ACCOMMODATIONS t OAKLAND 1451 Franklin St.. opposite Franklin Theater Phone Oakland 795 Berkeley 2121 Shattnck A v. Ph. Thornvrall 00 .RC MrMlfken, Passenger Traffic Mgr., L. C. Smith Bldg., Seattle, WaaH. r ti.TV JFZ m .... mm anaaVaWaana I - H I I 11 STri aaaaaaanaaaaaannl me trip of a lifetime arranged so it could be used for a music room and gymnasium. Auditorium to be equipped with moving picture machine and piano. The stage to be prober size to permit of dramatic work. JKFFEKSO.V : The following was voted as the necessary require ments: c A much needed addition, a corresponding unit to our present building. The unit to contain twelve rooms at an estimated cost of J10.000 a room. The purchase of two dwellings on Fortieth avenue, house number 2025 and house number 2029 These occupy part of the square on which the school stands. The value of these two houses and lots are r: .linated at not more than $11,600. The sum asked is $120,000. for building purposes and $11,600 for land, totaling $131,600. LAFAYETTE: Addition to au ditorium dressing rooms, " 0; complete iron fence on south and north side to weat property line. $750; iron gates to front entrances. $260; entrance to auditorium from main building, $600; domestic science and manual training bui'.Jl ;, $25,000; surfacing of playground, total $30,000 (?). LAKEVIEW : A completely modern fully equipped J-inior high school should be provided for Lake- view, to accommodate 1000 pupils. This school should be built on the new site already considered by the Board of Education. LAUREL: We have a six grade school and the pupils in our manual training class have to go to Allendale. -We have three portables on the school grounds and the pupils find it rather Inconvenient in the winter time to go to and from the main building. Immediate request is for a portable. The auditorium is to be taken for a class tomorrow morning, so we will have no audi torium. The auditorium, however, ! is too small. We have an enrollment of 450 pupils. Last year we had 8 V4 teachers, this year 12 teachers. LOCK.WOOD: Oil surface for both boys' and girls' yards; handball courts and other play apparatus; primary building for grades 1 to A 14 to 16 rooms; assembly hall (old bond issue); study hall and library, can be had at no ex pense by using present assembly hall, which is inadequate for as- ' semblies and community purposes. 1 . 1 OK EAST OAKLAND: Devel- , ppment of -baseball, tennis, football. .' and track-field and other facilities fully equivalent to Bushrod. MANZAMTA : The present i school 'building is inadequate and' unsafe. The plumbing is unsani- : tary and the heating plant unsatls- : factory. Seven portables are necessary at present, and more will have to be added each year, for the community Is building' up very FLYING FIELD TO 1 BEGIN 1 PLAWS MADE FOR OISTS' CI1US Conversion of Government island into a flying field, later to be taken over by the arnw la to begin at once, It was announced today by the Chamber of Commerce. xne worn is to De perrormea under supervision of Lieutenant V. O. Bates of the reserve corps. His plans have received the en dorsement of army air officials, including Captain A. S. Herold of Crlssey field. The Oakland Chamber of com merce will cooperate actively with the army officials In the develop ment of the new flying field, It was announced. Samoan Is Executed Under V. 5. Rule PACaO PAGO;' American Samoa, Sept. 4. (By Associated Press.) Toeupu, a native Samoan, paid the death penalty here recently tor a murder committed on July 2. It was the first execution here under the American administration. rapidly. An addition to the school building is very much needed. In view of a bond election, the committee suggests that money be voted for a sixteen room unit of a new building to be placed on the ground recently purchased. This will be 'a more economical program than additions to the present building, which must, o fnecesslty, be discarded In the next few years. McCHESNEV : Have eleven class rooms outside of main building; seven portables; request the completion of main building as per plans and removal of shacks; three grade school in upper end of district; a complete high school on Mary Smith property as already suggested by the Board of Education as the Oakland High School site-. (To Be Concluded Tomorrow.) ROYAL MAIL "The Comfort Route" EUROPE Interest In choral work Is expected to take Impetus from the Chorus of One Thousand Voices which will be Jieard on the opening night of Obapesla Week, September 24. It Is planned to perpetuate soloists' chorus under the direction of Wallace Sabin, in which a number of good singers and prominent soloists have enrolled. Roy C. Brown of Alameda and Jack Thomas are two of the prime movers in this organization. This group will make its Initial bow to the public when It renders as a separate unit of the Chorus of Ona Thousand. Gounod's "Sanctus"' and a secular number-as well. Rehearsals of this group begon tonight under Babin's baton at th Y. W, C, A. auditorium on Webster street. v , Rehearsal dates remaining' this week for the Chorus of One Thousand are as follows: Hiah Street PrRHhvtArlnn finrti at Courtland avenue, Tuesday night : o ciock, direction Mrj. Minna Carter: Uncnin ar.hnnl Ran T ja n dro, Friday night, 8 o'clock, direction Herbert M. Mee: 2168 Shat tnck AVetllie. RltrlfAlAV unntalra Thursday niirht. it n'rlnrlr IroMinn Edgar Thorpe; John Porter school. Aiameaa, ruesaay . nignt, 7:30 O'clock. lUrertinn Rnv fl Prnurn - , - - j v. " Chabot hull. Tnnth nnri .Taffsrann o'clock, direction Olenn H Woods, streets, Wednesday afternoon, , 4 and has Just completed a romance entitled "Transfiguration," which deals with the development of Russia. AFTER fourteen years of enforced idleness because pf 'ill health, Uncle Jim" JKeeler, widely own.JUry-land citizen,, gained forty pounds, and at the age of $0, years goes. back on the job every day. J Mr, Keeler gives Tanlac entire credit for his remarkable recovery. ' . N " IB your A On the sn endld "0" steamers of the Lo.vtl Mail. iSpacIdiM cabin load oromeuade decks aud unsurpassed cuisine. N. Y., Cherbourg. Southampton, Hamburg. Also direct jast.'iiKer service from L'aclCic Coast fTt to L. K. Kesiilar ailin2s. Pur soiling date, rate. etc.. apply to The Ilojal Mall Steam Packet Co. 544 Mkt St., San Francisco. Ph. Sutter 4632 or Local Agents. if Meals and Berth Included m r - (.HETURN WCirT 15 DV5J T. A. RICDON, Div. Pass. Agt. 434 13th St. Phone Oakland 167 or 40lh St. and San Pablo Ave. Phone Piedmont 1033 Gictiet tc ami firm Europe yilt IraAS-MLMicImm 8622 'Chicago I ' W, ; :'- - .... " l f 'JL l - ' t proportionate reductionskmanyothirpoinli on sale aaiiy to sepc. ioa Limited for return to Oct.3J Liberal Stopovers Santa Fe all fch.e way insures uniformity of servwa Fred Harvey Meals Grand Canyon Line "I am now eighty years old, but in spite of that fact I have gained forty pounds by taking Tanlac, and am able to work every day for the first time in fourteen years," is the truly remarkable statement made, recently, by J. H. (Uncle Jim) Keeler, 3706 32nd St, Mt. Rainer, Md., a suburb of Washington, D. C. "I was in such a bad fix from stomach trouble that my friends gave me up three; or four times. Since taking Tanlac I eat and digest everything, and. do a youns; man's work. All I can say ,1s this; I thank God for Tanlac." Tanlac Is for sale by all good druggists. Accept no substitute. Over 37 million bottles sold. ' Tanlac Vegetable Pills are. Nature's 6wh remedy for constipation. For sale everywhere. Advertisement. ' ' ' ESOEiTS Sailings to Los Angeles 4 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays end Saturdays. Sailings to San Olego 4 p. m. Wednesdays and Fridays. Round Trip Sa n 00 50 Francisco San Diego 40TH & SHAFTKR AVE. Plfc-D. 34. i Trains for Sacramento & Pittsburg Leave 7:50, 9:3U, 11:50 a. m. 1:40, 3:30, 5:10, 8:30 p. m. Through trains to Marysv'lle, fnlnn. OrnviMo nn'l ''hirn 5 S. S. Waimea Sfc Sails to Los Anfleles every J Thursday at 5 P. M. S M ,nw nnA.iirau f.twa L. A. STEAMSHIP CO, HZ5?-J tel. Lake. 533 AwiU :127 University Ave. vCS Tel. Berkeley 14 to the Next Winter A Grand Cruise BySpeqally Chattered. RedStar Liner BELCENIAND Jiiuunry lit to llluri h 1824 The eyes of the world are centered these days on the Mediterranean. This is an opportunity beyond compare to see the historic wonderlands on the "Sea of the Ancients " traveling with leisure and in the utmost comfort on the most luxurious, most replete, and largest steamer sailing to the Mediterranean next sea.son. An abounding itinerary embracing all points worth while with a long stay in Egypt. Stopover privileges in Europe, with return by Majestic, Olympic, Homeric., etc. THOS. COOK (St SON 128 Sutter St., SAN FRANC1SC& - AM0N6 THE REDWOODS RIO.MDO on me Russian RIVER I "MM0WS HM WIU LIN6W S1LSJC BY RIO"MDO ORCHISSTKA. SMITH A SON, I'ROPHllfi TOttS. fl.OSINti HATE. SR1T. 11. ' BOO Miles iCANADIAN ROCKIES Ibtem Pole Villages : Coast Kange -700 miles j fcktul Steanes y Vorld Fdmcd INSIDE ; I FA6SA0E Bcrtn nou juoeo TV I 3VS'Hoo ft Miles; PTXTQT4 n me heart of i X 1 Oil JhyJs CANADIAN J i 3Lii&?& ROTKIPS : at . 'jr. 7 - ioo miles . ? Trwer Rivei" Cascade RAngo Selkirk CANADIAN ROCKIES SCENIC E.OOKLIT FREEST. way eas 25 ROUND TRIP fivm OAKLAND 'SfATTlI m Phon Su.tter.J091 'Wnt.F. Barry Ctatnu totub 669 Market St. San Fnncitca (C m ImltM cf too tale far aeh cyUndihjhcr art four. DoubU xhmuil aWec. opining timul- tantotuly, ciar thi combustion Aamiar ofalMtad NontU lf I to contaminai onj uook'" the tntomini txpldniot mtxtur. Thm doublt tnltt OalttM admit m full chart. Thlt "full-ttrtntth" gat U Untied hy tun tporbt tniltod of ana, Tht ifm It tiortlint. Do you really know what Pierce-Attow has made six cylinders da? For nearly twenty years the six-cylinder engine has been the accepted engineering standard. Without unnecessary complications, it combines perfect balance with continuous power flow. But Pierce-Arrow has developed 6ix- cylinder performance far beyond the ordinary standard. Two remarkable Improvements dual valves and dual ignition account lor it. Open Cars $5250 - At ButUlo Govwn: Power Jar beyond the rating of the engine fifty per cent greater hill-climbing ability twenty per cent saving in fuel consumption unparalleled flexibility quicker acceleration i all these are the contribution of these two exclusive Pierce-Arrow developments. We should welcome your request for an actual demonstration. Closed Cars $7000 , , I Tax Add&omal 'THE PBJDE OF THE MAKER MAKES YOU PROUD IN POSSESSION1 A ' PIERCE-ARROW PACIFIC SALES CO, ; ci w nT.ri"fiTV if'tnao- " - - Webstrr at 23rd -StrectOakIand. Phon Lakeside 375 8AJT rR.tNCIStX SACRASrEXTO - .FRESNO. SANTA BARBARA HONOLULU Hot Springs Famnm Misfllclnnl. Uatha and ElealttiTuj Minimi Witters. Swhninins. Pnncinc. Tonn and iimpt pMut flnHiseirtfiits. Popular raies. iVtnklet nnil information at Craliine'-' Travel nflVe, or art(lrus Poter J. Curtis. Sk'airffs Sprinirs. P!t.mim Comitv Calif. f)IAIS() DOItRE Jean and Oeneviva Cazet Fettera Hnrinra Bonoma Conntr located on niirlnvav near to PYtter Sprlnisa. Room and hoard hy day and wfk . French cookinn. Sprcial rates to timlliea. fliooe Sonoma 9F4. THE LODGE AT SARATOGA III5ALTH RKSORT Flealtble.t and moat beautiful apot in tba Santa Crua Motintaina. Aw caratuga, OrprlookinK the Santa Clara Valley. Wa offer hifchclasa aceou) modal loin to ( few reservations noT. Uoiue cooking. t'none Saratoga SO. Saratosa. Cat select ncoDle. at reasonable rates. Make It you Bee It In Thk TRIBUNE, tell them so. . - . i Harbin Hot Springs , Always Open , Make Reservations Early K. S. BOOTH - FEATHER RIVER INN t CALIFORNIA'S IDEAL MOUNTAIN RKSORT OPEJJ TO OCT. tat Tlie Golf Course, opined tail, la pne of In beat eofaa In CallfnVnla S holes. 8030 ards. fine urass greens. Paul R. CooroT. Onlf Professional.' Finest lakf and stream trout fisblnit in the state. Horse back Rldlna;. Hlklni. Motoring;, fcwlmtntni. Bowling. Tenuis. Fine Oruuestra Dancl n evy evinlns. Kxeellmt yOjotor road from alh directions. Kor rates and reservatl ons and lllntratlve folder, adrtresa W.' W. BUOWN Kcather River Inn Blairsden. IMumaa County. California. Write for Call forttaN Ideiil i our unide RIVEUV1KW INN Rirervlew Inn-' on the Banks of the Rnssian River, offers you the best of entertainment ml amusements. Boatlne, "bathing, fishing. Prlvale boat landing. Dancing every evening. Reautlful grounds. Write for booklet. Chas. S. Robinson. Proprietor of Riverview Inn. Monte Mlo. Sonoma County California. WQODWORTH'S Come to tue niountaina and eujoy a rest aiuoug pines and fruit orchards. One ' ot nature's beautv spots, with a milllon-Inflar ykw. add. WOODWORTH BROS., or phone A-.i-V n. St. Helena. Calif. . RiD AJ I A Fishing geawn ooeued MivX. 1. Fw Resort, near Callatuga. Auto ParNes Catered to. Cottage., table ani zcelled: reget iblea. butter, eggs and erenni from our ruacb. Bnottna and fishing, swimming. Garage. Rates reaa unable. Autbo staga fiom Callstoga. Writ ' SANPAHf. Mohawk Hotel Naxt to famous Feather Hirer Inn In, go cnmmodatlon. Newly remixfrled and equipped. Central to all noliits'bf lntret. Where ynm get tbe big fish In- tba FeatUer rlyer. Amnn. uients. wonderful autu trips, golf, moving plc turea, maple dancing f'nor. Swimming, horseback riding, rugged hikes. Modern housekeeping cottage. Ideal location a- 86otk creek. Beautiful view. Addreas O. N. JOHN SON. Mohawk, Plumas Cr... or Prrk-Jndak. , ., REDWOOD PARK INK BIO BASIN ' 1 Located la fllant Redwoods. Mania, Oroa mountalm, 21 miles north of 8 iota Cm. Kit miles west of Man Jus. Bonfires. Beat Ing, .Dancing, Bathing, . Hotel,, merlcaa plan. Dally stage. Free; camping, taMca and benches furnished. ' Far Hotel .rates ao4 accommodations, address Fraolt, Beanler. Reilwood Park. Calif. t! -, If you It , In Th' TRIBUNB, tejll them no. ayaasVarsgsa NEAREST THE TRAILS ' CAMP CURRY A MFD ?r AM PI AN . m.m r fct.h ta.ii. niriitivni s a urui , aa,( Beat Locatloa ' ta1 Tcwemlt NIU SAT U BnngmloWK Trlyat Bath, u Earapeaa run ll.tt Per' Day la Taw oaratana aaa anang auaat urnsv . . . r l-Dar Kgcurtloaa , $47.6 , . . For RraerrntlOBa. Folder. Aato Boaal Haf). Csaast Carry Oftlea, 673 MarkM 8U S. F Ph9na Kearay U34, Oaklaad 1S33 Bralway, Ph. OaaJaad 143T Sill 8 hat fork Aj KerkcleF. Pheae Taarmwall M El f,swNsaNWsas'sra"s'Ns,,r CISCO AUTO CAMP ' Tiro miles of heautlfal Tuba Rlrer Alotig l. aoola HlgBway. Knatlnf.; fhhtag. hiking. -addl and animal. Twenty lake and mm accessible frwa Cisco.. asolt ao Hi's. BTlr Pit. Ford Aeewnawaea. tart sea" Rest oom. Ire ereaas, S"ft itrlnka. lonck voeds. Sanitary condition prf-r. 4 inll N.R. of a.rramentei. ia Rwylta. Anboraj and ColfsT 6 mile 8.W. r.f Rend, l Trnie pit Isssnwe Laka, BssyaMaa HU (at , faon aerylca. 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