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1 i DECIDER li, Oakland Ctftune TUESDAY EVENING FcitFiSjida. Grip Of Influenza 00 mm av 1 E.f. DELGEB DIES prevehtiva, lake Laxative CANADIAN RAIL QUININE Tablets. na Dox tha signature of Oroya. 0r- 1 second marriage WM annulled and, after the divorce had become effective, they were married the seo-ond time.
Louise Newsome Oliva died October Oliva' third matrimonial Ten ture was'a-aecret marriage with Slare Dolan, 19-year-old daughter of Joseph P. Polan, TJ. S. inspector of bulla and boilers. The marriage was annulled two weeks later and kept; secret unl AprU.
1923, two years later. "I Oakland Homestead Arrange Yule Whist flrfl bellift niftd bV ily Own Invention Nothing JBetter in Artificidt Tefr (: aVevwaiat vs S-J BunlonrGurc; Toot Tntrrtomt li 1'iwfit tbc bnt I tw eed. I hava tried all kipim, but the? to hela But ttem ma bomea fcaa diNtppmrwl and I have beea completely eared tot toe suraetl.00. AanaCerr. W.J.
J3on't Delay Your Owi Relief "Edward Delaer. son of tha MONTREAL, Dec'; ll.Lord it erecTAt wtri 10 THE TarBUSE I WASHINGTON. 11. John wrecked to make way for business building, for nearly half a century, Delger resided In Oakland. Soma years) ago, however, he established his residence across the bay7 He was educated in the local schools and eastern colleges.
Delger was prominent In Masonic and Knight Templar orders. His wife. Mrs. Margaret Pryor Pelgei. died in March.
A. son and daughter survive. They are Mrs. Joseph. Barnett and Frederick F.
Delger Jr, both of San Francisco. Delger was the brother of the late Mr. Matlida Brown, Mrs. William E. Moller of Piedmont and Dr.
Lillian Delger Powera of New York. nERniiva famine buokew. GRIMSBY, Eng. The herring famine In the North Sea has been broken 1 by the arrival of Tast schools Of fish. Shauahnessv.
chairman of. tha lata Ftederlck Delge'r 1 and Mrs. Ernestine Delger, early settlers, in J. Carattl yesterday "wak appointed i board of, directors Of the Canadian BOOfSi SOIHFMIRT t- i ciniciann. aiea last nmiit i nu ill Pacific railway, died yesterday 'Hfhomefin San Francisco, following SUCTIONS postmaster at Altamont, Alameda county, succeeding H.
Chriaten- "an.UIness of several months. The his 70th year. Ha was ii SAN FRANCJSCO, Dee. The-fourth matrimonial ventre Of Rinaloo' Augustus Oliva, commission man, and -politician, became fcnown today with the announcement of his marriage to Myrtle Gavanaugh, 23, who assisted, him ii his recent e-luction, suit brought by Elaine i.u.ioi. Th TmaAAinc nonurred in suddenly yesterday, peath was duf to heart 'diseass irid'complicatlons.
Oakland Home IWhy (irtrer another day wheat Tea eaa ppvre what "Faeryfoot" eaa at baa time btao tht? Weaak aethlaBMra than in ovporto- aity aewwietiaee thm waadertul reaiedy at ear rtahaot yours. Kamember. suaraa- Itea 'Talryfoot" to brlna pela reaef slmoet In. etantiy. aboa today atrial, Hot fj nut be eatieied or yao eaa renra" funeral will ba held tomorrow at 1:30 p.
m. from tha family home, Twenty-fifth street and Fair-Oaks avenue, San Francisco. The interment, which will be private, will be made In tha Delger vault In Mountain Vlew eemetefy. Rnrn In tha nld family at Lord 8haughnessy was born in Mil 1 i taken ill stead No. $39 for their Christmas whist In Paclfio building next Thursday evening- Joseph Shawl sen.
who declined tne apporntraeni. Following postmaster nominations were sent Senate yester- VVilllani J. Dusel, Redwood City; Walter L. HaleyJ Associated; Ruth E. PoweU.
Claremontj Presentation M. 8otor Co tcerd; Gertrwe Brandon, Crocket.t; LHenry F.Stahl, Vallejd; Theodire I Sausalito November S3, but was Stark Does a way with thorn nl nni ia front Sunday while attending tha Pen ing of a Knights of Columbus hall inrfllnn was immeal kept secret until today. Mrs. Oliva wiu be the cnairman. 13 the daVhtetf of Mr.
and Mrs. LMri. Catherjna Rishel. Mrs. Nel- a .1 all rhft UmWOlL 111 ri.
thill r.ltv. and Chas, 8wH. Th He Sheets T7a no o-Vi ftf For Sale Drag Dept' KahnV Dr. J. B.
Schafhirt I Nineteenth '-Telegraph 1aTTmrk'j rorfntlv ately realised to be serious and. hi Whist lis open, to tne puuuu. family 'gathfrxl. TO BW TRIED FOR FILri NEW ORLEANS, Deo. 11.
Ben I. Salinger under arrest hera on charges of using the malls to defraud, today was ordered by They were married by. Judge M. town recorder of Bausa-Hto, at his home, with Camilla Henry and Harold V. Henry as witnesses; -i Oliva divorced his first wife and married Louise.
Newsorne in Ban Jose in 1916, before the divorce of rnmllle -Gilardi Oliva. tha first 277 fiacon Building Third Floor Coarlaaoaa Practice ia Oakland Since 1008 J2ik and Washington Sis. 9 a. an. le p.
ne. tha United Btates circuit coun appeals to be returned to Sioux Close Tin sb nan nannmn i irrnvc. DeBendable Select Now At Low Prices and tin A EaSy Teniis -vi' -ew- vyf ba7 X'v'' X. SBBBBBBaBVSBBBBr mmwrmmm- aVal You can select any set of sllaerweas A "TV sr ifoct wr present low price $1 ioxen and $1 peek XWNBIU1 EI a. a -z Oaklanfs Largest Department Slort Siraflord $12 Sectidhal Silver plate 1 a.1 It sr ww If .1 1 Jf II The set cbnsisU of 6 fcnivw.
6 forks, 6 tcaipoons, 6 I butter knife n4 I iugT ipoon. Pfsigncd in the beauutul Shaepere pattern; and well plated with pure, silver on 1 8 nickel-silver base. Carefully finished and guaranteed to give satisfaction. Attractively packed QuaKty Trunk Co. yf I V) 1310 Broadway .1 1 1 Broadway in fancy lined box 26-P Icce Set $10.50 26-Piece Set Silverware Silverware .1 Great YuIeiiJe In the popular Rosemary pat- tern.
6 knives, 6 forks. 6 tea- spoons. 6 tablespoons. sugar ehell and I butter knife, Lverj piece stamped; Strafford SUver PUts Co, Guaranteed give perfect saUf Comprising 6 stainless, hollow handle knives, 6 forks, 6 teaspoons, 6 soup or table spoons, sugar shell and 1 butter knife. faction.
Boxed. Incased in pretty plush lined box. ft Leather 1 Give Silver Plated HoUoWWare sfjsw ji asa Ooose from: Water pitchers, serving trays, fjit r'T boats. Taset. 1) plain or unique hammered designs, some articfes gold lined, AU are pur.
silver plated ffie Mosf Uscul Gifts, of All ik, IA! on nickel base. j- 8-inch size. ivi Sterling silver eandlesticks. Rogers Teaettei In several pleasing designs. Each 50 Child's) Cup.
quadruple plated, engraved SKow originality in tKe gifts you choose Refrain from giving the average kind, and surprise the recipient with a useful gift in 1 designs, $1.25 Dripless Tea Strainers, that can I soil Pair $7.50 Sterling' sliver ton bon dishes." Each $5.75 Sterling silver napkin rings. Each $1.50 to $2 v. Sterling silver salt and pepper shakers. Pair 39tf to $7.95 cloths, 50f. JOffl Off-All Fitted Cases embracing the most complete and alluring assortment to be found Sterling silver cake and pie servers $1.00 to $1.95 Sterlg silver tomato server, gravy ladle, berry spoon, cold meat fork with fancy handle.
Each Vanity Cases? and Purses In a wonderful assortment in-, eluding all new shapes and preferred sizes. Made 0f cow-hldei seal, vachette, artic seal, beaver, calf and other leathers; also fabricord. All choice shades inoluding gray, brown, blue and red. 1.75 to $25 Silverware Seeltan, Main floor. 5 Bags 1 200 ImprteaBeaaed Every woman wanU one-an4 NQWJf the thae to wrprM heThi.
10 per cent discount i. "if tune and appreciated moraenft eqAAjl, lw'f Xe They eome la wiou. leather fabricoid with fitted lid or tray, with ivpry or bination effect, and hand- $8.75 to plUU decorated pieces $3-85 and $5-95 Eversharp PencHs range in price from $1 to $6 Eversharp Fountain pensare priced to $6 FOR WOVEN Writing case Sewing kits Jewel cast Dressing case Drawstring and celluloid frame styles, in over 30 distinctive designs and color combinations. An ideal Christmas gift at decidedly low prices. Beaded Bags, $1.95 150 imported beaded bags in the drawstring style, at a real sale price; 3 pretty designs from which to choose.
-Neatly lined and fitted with minor. Fountain pens of other makes are $1.00 to $3.50 Sterling and gold filled pocket knives, $1.50 to $8.50. Sterling and gold filled pocket illruhk-- iTKe Wardrob Traveling Bags for men and women In a great variety oi leathers; alligator, walrus, seal, boarded cowhide, smooth--eowhide In the preferred shapes and sizes. Leather lined structed throughout. $8.45 to $60 and GH Ideal! A Xmas special, and a regular Glbraltariaed construction Hartmann ward-, rob.
trunk, with all up to date features. Padded raised top, locking bex and ht compartment -in addition to the spacious sections" de voted to clothing anil. 'other anpareU combs $1.25 to $3.95 Gold filled tie clasps. Each $1.00 Solid gold scarf pins. Each $1.00 to $3.95 and gold filled: cuff $tOQ.
Solid gold cuff links, $7.50 TsWaldemere watch chains. Each $li7 to $2.95 Nickel cigarette cases. Each $1.25 to $4.95 Sterling match safes. Each $1.95 to $4.75 vNkkel plated flasks. Each $li5fo $4-95.
Leatfcer Hand Bags, splendid variety, $1.95 to $14.95 Over-night Bags, range in price from $3.95 to $7.95 Com Purses are a necessity and convenience, 1 .25 Pin Seal Card Cases are' priced from $1.95 to $3.95 Novelty Vanity Boxes in great variety, $22.50 Children's Vanity Boxes in many styles, 50c to $2.95 Novelty Pouch Bags of silk or leather, $1.95 to $9.95 Otb traaka naidac xram a to 325 "Leaihef letts Wallet 'iZCollaT bag -r, Jewel caset r. r-Xoilet case: FOR MEN Sterling, cigarette cases. $11-95 Ingerspll watches $1.75 Exclusive agwt" for Eartmanil nni Indestructo Trunks. Cowhide Brief $7-95 to $9-95 Pouch Effect, Beaded Bags Attractive beaded bags of lh popular pouch type-Made with gold filigree frames, aad nicely fitted Aa ua-nual Value at this underprice to $4.00 Bags ta a variety of sixes In black, brown tan. Lin td with leather or canvas, larg.
In-e I pockets. Strong bandies and sprue with 'Cases muslo eases 1 eompleite lins la wjildfc 1 SaL walrus. ibark and goat In variety of styles, colors or bister teiffs of Novelty Jewelry tor Motiiei ww a -1 SV and hizea. Baby and misses solid gold rings $1 to $3.95 ('-" 7 'A small deposit wilt hold any arttce Platinoid Bar pips Rhinestone set lo $3.95 Sterling bar pins Rhinestone set $1 to Novelty necklaces, are priced at $1 to $15.95 RtrheliealieaTl nechlaces. from $3.95 to $50 Novelty mesh bags Values from $9.95.
Sterling silver thimbles seltM 25c to $1.95 Novelty earrings, a variety from $1 ta $9.95 Fancy stone; set barrettes Sterling and gold filled pencils on ssctcirs $1 Fountain pens cn sactoirs. JEach $1C0 Novelty stone set- bracelets, 50c. to $3.45 In Ml. I-s- t1 C) t9 Cl OAKLAND TRUNK FACTORY OAKLAND TRUNK FACTORY AND llin Prnxrfwiiv 1414 Hrnarlas-JlW HJt'tV fisaDyanamissesgotaruiearat' Tb) beat plaoe to Novelty flexibly bracelets are fl.5 to o.aVO boy the vl ul fUt ii eag 1 Mw 'y 1.
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