EVENTS IN THE COUNTIES BORDERING ON THE BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO
KEY ROUTE BASIN
WORK UNDER WAY
City Engineer Completes Sur*
veys for Rock WaiPto Be
Constructed at Once
OAKLAND, ' Dec. 30. — Construction
of the rock retaining wall in the Key
Route basin, where the city will cre
ate-a great inner harbor fronting on
ICO acres of reclaimed land, will be
commenced next week by the San
Francisco quarries company. The city
engineer has defined the lines which
the wall will follow, extending 2.000"
feet along the north side of the South
ern Pacific mole, and continuing" 5,000
feet across the basin to the Key Route
ir.ole. The city will develop the bash:
proper, and the F. M. Smith interests
tn-ill spend about $500,000 dredging and
filling in land back of the low tide
line, and landward .of the city's hold
ings, t ' •
The Key Route basin project is the
greatest* of its kind !n the west, and
trill bring to this city at the minimum
cost a great Inner harbor, with deep
water, ample wharves, adequate- road
ways and complete railroad connec
tions. Nowhere on the coast will rail
and ship meet so advantageouely. The
city will own the wharves, and regu
late the switching facilities; will main
tain the harbor, and lease to manufac
turers sites for plants at the edge of
the harbor. The 400 acres of land
\u25a0which will.be created by the fruition
of the propect will afford for
warehouses and factories innumerable.
As a property unimproved, the latid
will be worth $6,000,000.
REALTY MARKET DOOMS.
vln addition to the western harbor
project .work has been started on the
concrete wharf- at the foot of Living
ston street. East Oakland, and on the
$350,000 quay wall from Broadway to
Myrtle street. These harbor projects,
with the city hall work to be started
!fhortly. have resulted in booming realty
properties in the main business dis
trict and along the water front.
The building committee of the Oak
land Hotel company has awarded bids
for the installation of lights for the
vaulted sidewalks to John McGuigan
& Co.. for $2,740. Work will start
A three story, 32 room apartment
house with two stores on the ground
floor is about to be erected by Jacob
Andrew in the west side of Broadway,
350 feet north of Twenty-third street.
The building is -to be a frame struc
ture, equipped with all modern im
provements, and will cost $22,800. The
building will be a block and a haJf
north of the Key. Route Inn. Andrew
Is a Fan Franciscan, who has great
faith in Oakland.
A three story. 4* room apartment
house wl'.l be built In the northeast
corner cf Piedmont avenue and Elev
enth 6treet "by S. F. Merrill. The struc
ture will cost ?25.000. \u25a0 , '
The realty dealers report unusual
demand for residence property and
many sales have been made. Among
the recent sales is that of the resi
dence of Charles D. Pierce, mayor of
Oakland in ISSS-S9. The property is
located at 555 Twenty-third street and
was purchased by Henry McCoy. The
demand has been even greater in the
first three weeks of December . than
in the preceding month. This Is espe
cially true cf suburban property.
MANY Bl"ILX>I>"G PERMITS
The building permits applied for dur
ing the week total 46, calling for an
One Morr dwf'.linss U $20,550
Onf and a baif «^rj' dw«>]Uiigs. . . 2 \u0084*:.!KiO
Ttpo pfrtrr dwpr.iri5r5. ...:......... '5 1C.R40
Two story -......'.:. 1 3.000
Thrp« *t<>rj- S2 rc><nn apartmpnts '
ana stores 1 22.500
One story ftorr*. V. 1 £00
Concrete foundation '.."."... T.... ... 1 38S
G«nifw, worfc^h'Ts \u25a0 anrt Fh«"<ii» 4 635
Alteration*, additions and repairs. 1" • ' 3.955
Tctal .4<\ $72,843
KEIHIRT BY WARDS
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F<*eond ward :} 2:s.»00
rittb waM ft r,.«33
J^renth ward 19 10,245
In discussing the • realty, situation
Fred E. Reed, subdivision manager of
the Laymance real estate company,
"The strides Rock Ridge has taken
during the yc-ar have been so great
that even we who have had the plan
ning of the property and the sale of
it in charge have been surprised. A"
year ago Rock Ridge was practically
unknown, while tpday it has taken its
placg i° the" city's life' as a : permanent
factor. — a highly improved and well
restricted suburb. \u25a0 ,• ' • - * .
"At' present there are several -homes
l»eing built-in Rock -Ridge which are
far above the .requirements:.. C. •B.
Well* te-bufoling.a' $40,000 home. Mrs.
Louise Ens Jen is, erecting one .which
will ooßt Sl2,nrtfl. while others under
construrtlon vary from $5,000 to
$10,000. Ana this is only the beginning.
The spring will see a veritable exodus
to Rock Ridge."
PERALTA HEIGHTS ACTIVE
Charles Taylor of Taylor Brothers
"The Peralta heights district con
tinues to be a popular one for homes,
and there are many from -outside de
sirous of living in- Oakland to whom
\u25a0we are unable to supply the artistic
nouses they are seeking. The beautiful
views of Lake Merritt, San Francisco
bay and the foothills, and the short
car ride by the Fourth avenue^ cars
have been chiefly responsible for the
transformation of this section by the
home building of those who like a com
manding situation on a hill.' Lake View
terrace in a few months has been sold
out with the exception of half a dozen
\ou \rho love the beautiful, who court privacy, We have spent- over- $250,000 on improvements, a ;
who long for a home place which will be far from' •^ thing we could'notandvvouldnot haveldohejhad
the^nois-e and confusion of the city, heed the call - 'the property hot been worth/it- 'And homey must
of Rock Ridge. For in that garden spot of. the "costfrom^SOO t0.520,C)00 to' be worthy of suchV
bay region are peace and quiet, beauty and. surroundings. ' .: ... \ v
t^°!!; y; nS^ ar X ° nly te " minutes from - th e :: -- The plan back of the development .of" Rock
heart of Oaklands business center. Ridge, will: make itknowri^thelWoVld'over-asJone;
And each; homesite in this natural parkin the - ,'of the finest pieces of modern- city/ building -in the
Broadway hills is ideal. Every one is different, V- ; :Unitecl ; States; -bringirig; mariy.'out-
arid whether you .desire trees' or open spaces, \u25a0' "side people to Oakland as residents'. \u25a0:
marine or hill view, level or sloping ground;,you'll ;. Heed;theicall^Rock^Ridge'is;making toappre;
find. your ideal homesite in .Rock Ridge.- •-. . _ - ciative; people; faiv and! near.- Your 'ideal ;homesitej
Though you pay only $15 to $30-a foot-in this - ' is c .waiting i there for you. .You have -only to go*
choice suburb -adjoining the Country Club,- you and claim' it. . ; "
get the finest improvements,, and the 1 most} care- Take the College 'avenue car "to" Lawtoh and :
fully drawn restrictions protect 1 your investment ' walk one block least to the Broadway -entrance.
Lciymance Rieal Estate Go^
Exclusive Agents 1214^16 Broadway; Oakland
PROJECTS CALLING FOR EXPENDITURE OF MILLIONS
OF DOLLARS MAPPED OUT FOR CITY AND WATERFRONT
lots. Some of the sales which illus
trate the activity on the east shore of
Lake Merritt are as. follows:
Sold to John P. Jlaxwpll 50 foot lot". I^ke
Shore Park | heights: Maxwell Trill soon j build a
beautiful home thcrron. - - \u25a0
Sold to J. H.MJeath, two 50 foot lots. Ltrke
Shorp Park heights. ' :
Sold to William Ferrall, 6C foot lot in Ivake
rlpw terrace, facing Weslrj- arenue.
Sold to Margaret. A. Pool?. 30 foot lot, Late-
Tiew terrace, faring Newton avenue.
Sold to Joseph Hinch. 110 foot frontage,
Lakeview trrrace, faclnp Wesley arenuc.
Sold to J. C Woodbiirn. . 40 foot frontage,
Lakeview terrace, fronting Wesley avenue.
Sold ro J. J. O'Niel. 60 foot frontage,^ake
riew terrace, fronting in Stow avenue.
Sold •to Jatnes Taylor, «S0 feet, I^akeview ter
race, frontfnjr in Stow avenue.
Sold to Wesley (Jreenlaw. 40 feet, Lakeview
terrace, fronting in Stow avenue. I
Sold to William G. Feriruson. two story,
elpht room residence, in Hanover avenue. Moree
land heightJ'. for $5,750.
Sold to Dr. Louis W. Watts, cottage, ITI
Athol avenue; $."i.OOO.
The realty dealers of Oakland see a
bright future. George W. Austin said:
"Oakland has every reason to con
gratulate herself upon the conditions
existing at the opening of another
year of. business. The' realty market
has displayed a steadily increasing
strength through the, year of 1910 un
til In the last few months an activity
was displayed that no one could find
fault with. The month of December,
notwithstanding the holidays, produced
good business, and there was an
amount of negotiation and inquiry
from outside points that promises well
for '1911.". There is positively no com
parison to be made between the year
closing and 1909. and I think the new
year will surprise the many who have
not been in touch with conditions.
"The amount of building that is
going on in Qakland is one of the
features which\. would astound those
whose business does not keep them in
touch. The large amount of loans
being made through the real estate of
fices because the banks can not ac
commodate the large demand is a sure
indication of the way Oakland is grow
ing. -My business in this department
has grown to an average of $L,000,000
a .year, and there is plenty of money
to be had on improved property."
ALAMEDA. Dec. 30. — The jeal estate
market, while not particularly active
in this city owing to the holidays, has
been more than holding Its' own, , and
with the changing of the steam rail
road to electric^ in the near future
much is hoped for in Alameda real
McNanghton . & Cuthbertson report
many . inquiries for December and a
number of important sales, among them
being the sale of the northwest corner
of Central avenue and Chestnut street,
108 by 117:6. for $12,500. to C. T. Mc-
Carthy, who will erect three handsome
homes. Another Important sale is that
of a two story house at 954 Park street
to Doctor Pierce for $5,000.' Others
are the sale of a new five room bunga
low at 1524 Pearl street; eight room
cottage at" the southwest corner of
Mound and Adams 'streets to H. C.
Henry for $3,000; five room cottageat
the southwest corner of Pearl street
and Encinal avenue for $2,250; five
room cottage at 1336 Broadway to W.
B. Henry .for $2,800.
LIBRARY TRUSTEE IS
APPOINTED^ BY MAYOR
Vacancy Filled by Resident of
Annexed . District
OAKLAND, Dec. 30.— G. F.Beardsley,
ljvingr.at 1315 East Fourteenth street,
Fruitvale, .was appointed library trus
tee' by Mayor Frank K.'Mott" today, to
fill" the vacancy caused.* by the death of
John A. Brewer. .'
. The present' board of library trus
tees was chosen before annexation. The
mayor, in filling -the first vacancy that
occurred, has sought to give the annex
its proper representation on the -board.
Beardsley is well known in the east
ern districts of the city,, where he .has
been a leader. in civic' affairs. He was
warmly recommended by. leading citi
zens of the annex. \u25a0:\u25a0 -
HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS
:Y: V -TO STAGE CLASSIC
BERKELEY, Dec". - 30. — A ; number |of
high school students < who are members
of the congregation' of the,First,Chris
tian church of -this city^will stage -the
third .acfbf tHenry Van - Dyke's "The
House 'of -Rimmon" In the church^ to
morrow night." A program •of ' music
will. also; be part of the evening's en
torta mm Anr -1 :. '^JMFfiHWBaM *• - .
THE jM^ ;^^
Vie® of Key Route basin, where the 'city of Oakland will triage .extensive i mprovements.
V . . ' ; .. i'.y,.;
Big Corporation to Bid for Mu
nicipal Contract for Har«
bor Channel .
OAKLAND, Dec. 30.— City officials
have been informed ' thai . the Realty
Syndicate, which company is < now
building a dredger for use in the Key
Route basin, will be one of the bidders
for the municipal contract for dredging
a deep water channel and filling land
back of the new bulkhead line In the
western harbor. As , the . contract will
be the / largest of- the kind ever let by
the city, the estimated cost being $350,
000, the syndicate's proposed bid is ex
pected to ; be greatly in favor of the
The number of <^>mpanies which can
take the contract "Is small. Reports
have -been made to the city .officials
that the large contractors will work
In collusion 'to keep .up the price of the
contract. . The fact that the Realty-
Syndicate purposes to bid. is consid
ered an advantage to the city, as the
company is as much interested. In-low
cost for the work as the city is. ;- /> :<-*
The bids will be opened January 11,
when the Realty v Syndicate dredgei
will be completed. The dredger is be
ing constructed for "use by " the . San
Francisco, Oakland and San Jose rail
way, but the enterprise of that rail
road in the Key Route basin is bo
closely allied with the municipal proj
ect that one dredger could : do the
For this reason the Realty Syndicate
bid. will be favorably . received by the
city, although: the large contractors
deny the alleged collusion. /
CARS WILL RUN LATE
ON NEW YEAR EVE
Discharge of Firearms Is Pro-
hibited in Oakland
OAKLAND, Dec. 30. — Special car
service will be . maintained until 2
o'clock Sunday, morning for the benefit
of New Tear eve revelers. The last
car for the outlying districts will leave
downtown, at 2 o'clock, and there: will
be cars every few minutes until that
time; \u25a0 " - ' \u25a0 T&£*>3£i
The Key Route will continue service
to San Francisco every 20 minutes until
12:40 o f clock, and from San Francisco
to Oakland until 1:40 o'clock. " t
Superintendent of Police -' Wilson
ordered today ; tKe arrest of any per
son exhibiting. or 'discharging any kind
of firearm New Tear. eve, or of any per
son carying painty mixed colored con
fetti, brushes,: dusters, or flour., Patrol
men and sergeants are ordered to arrest
any one causing any disturbance likely
to result in Injury to women or children.
H" ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
OAKLAND, Dec. 30. — The following
officers were, elected. last night. by", the
First .Hebrew congregatipmtp serve f or
the. coming- year; • President, Abraham
Jonas; vice. president, Morris Schneider;
treasurer, Frank Rittigstein; directors,
George r Samuels,. Albert iLavenson,
George. Mosbacher, Max \u25a0 Marcuse,? AY
Sehafran and' Frederick Kahn." A;com
mittee -will -be. appointed to reform- tlie
ritual. \u25a0*" . - 7
CITY CLUB TOEHOLD
" ITS ANNUAL^ BANQUET
BERKELEY.: Dec.: 3o.— The v City club
of * Berkeley * will hold : its * annual ban.-'
quet- in the Shattuck hotel :theVeven-'
ing" of January, s>'. Percy, V. Long,"- city
attorney, of -Sanr Francisco, .will :be the
chief speaker of V the evenifig. 1 5 V His
topic ;will.:be. : ':The;; Control/ of -Public
Service Corporations." ; \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0..'
COUPLE MARRY FOR
THE THIRD TIME
This Time for Keeps, Says Girl
Who Jias Obtained Two
OAKLAND, Dec. 3D.— For ; the third
time, Milton T. Mayfield and Lillie
Haven- Davis- will take their vows to
live together, as' man and wife until
death do them part. Twice already
they, have been .married, and twice i
legally, separated. \u25a0./, This morning the
bride to be again, who is only 21- years
t old, secured a: license for the -third
wedding, .it, will} be 'celebrated by the
Rev. Thomas Boyer of the First Chris
tian church. • .-\u25a0-', : '. :
• The- first wedding : took place when
she was only:; 15 years old. She did
not get along with her husband, who
was, 22 at' the time, and she had the
marriage annulled "on- the ground, that
she was under, age when she was mar
ried. ' . ' " '\u25a0 - - - . .....v-T?
More than two" years iater Mayfield
talked her into- another wedding. . She
was almost IS; years old. This "mar
riage was no . more successful than : the
firsthand again she -availed herself of
the fact that she ; was under age to have
the marriage annulled.' . ;
A fewdays.ago she decided that the
third time might.be the charm. Her
former and future husband did -not
have ; time Vto -go Lwith- her to the rhar
riage license counter, so '"she went
alone.- \u25a0 -
"This' Is' for : keeps this time," she
said to Deputy County Clerk' Wilson,
who acted as Cupid. • ' <
NEW LAW TO PREVENT
Berkeley Council Demands La
beling of Oil Cans.
BERKELEY, \u25a0. Dec. 30.— Owing to
many accidents in the use of kerosene
and gasoline, improperly;. labeled, the
city council today passed-an. ordinance
requiring proper labeling, and the pro
hibition of all over-volatile oils.
At the next meeting the board will
consider a ' billboard ' ordinance ' de
signed to prevent the piling- of rub
bish behind, these fences.; \The pro
posed, law. .will require the, boards to
be placed: three feet back -from the
sidewalk and that they be not joined
at the corners In lots at the intersec
tion of two streets: :'- \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0';".
..The council" took ;over at the meet
ing, three deeds for parks -in" Clare
mont court,, which the city will here
after maintain.. : ; ;\u25a0*; ... ; '\u25a0.\u25a0-
EASTERIT STAB WATCH \ PARTY— San I>«a
flro. IJpc. 30. — Golden Wave chapter No. 103
Order of, Eastern Star, will hold a watch niirht
meetiDß tn the .new Masonic : ball tomorro-w
\u25a0 evening. ' -'.r .-\u25a0•*. v---' .(\u25a0\u25a0-•
WASHINGTON MARKET LINCOLN MARKET
. ' ".' . SAN FRAXOISCO
HONEST WEIGHT^— A IQUAnE DEAL LOW PRICES
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Corner 9th and Washington Streets, Oakland
r^; ;* u We 'deserye'* your '. patronage. \u25a0We are attacked by the Combine. :
; £We: solicit your support* - -__\u25a0 -••-.\u25a0 v."'.; '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0/ ; -*'^v \u25a0-'. •.",\u25a0> v
%* • .^ care fighjing for a good cause, the right to conduct our own?
in ouriowrii^ay; and Ythetwelfare~6fitheVpublic.^j>j l
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TIIDI/CVQ I TIID I/CVO I free delivery
lIIKKI I M lllnnrYM PHONES: , OAK.- 900, 3208, A 2900.
I UjlllL I U \u25a0 \u25a0-•;.•, I UllllL I U 1 > tßuttert Butter that^is; good,. in, any store:
;" : . • .^ . , •• , , sells 2"lbs. short weightTfor;Bsc per.
i, ..Price on?. Turkeys is unsettled square. r / '
it depend^a great deal on the -.Try Our Oleomargarine, 2 lbs.
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supply.;.., We;^anticipate a lower ': Against: the' Butter Trust!: Money
market than; ;last Saturday^ -arid refunded : if not -satisfactory. •• \u25a0;\u25a0 '
guarantee you -strictly^ -fresh* ; 1 j||" II IT C* "'•« « .^ : * \u25a0 '"-
>« S «d CdiZia Turkeys at the ' MtAms?#«n^f
lowest possible price. : \u0084 \ . PORK. PORK;;
Fresh dressed" Chickens . .25c per lb. I-egs Pork • . . ;". '. '\u25a0.'. .... ;\u25a0\u25a0. 16c per lb.
•>-\u25a0»-\u25a0 '\u25a0\u25a0' '; " : : v oc v '- 'Pork- Loins' .:16c per lb.^
Geese :-..-._.•. -. . y. ...;./. .; . .25c per lb. Pork^ Shoulder ? Roast= . 12^c perlb.
'- . ;'-X •- •\u25a0 --'\u25a0/.-\u25a0 ',-..' .. *.. -^.-"•:; : :-;-;: : :-r: 'Fresh Leaf Lard ". . . .V. v 12^c "pe'r.lb:'
IJSTATO! " :: "IJCATO.I Spare : Ribs v... ....... i2^cperib.
IfSCHI v! miLlll O! Home Rendered Lard. 12^c per lb.
.\Spnngjf Lamb,, hind f quarter ; . 15c lb. n - me X mas Beef, the; best- on /the
Fore quarter.:.. '.. ...... 10c per lb. . :. Coast^^^SgawiM
; Mutton-Legs >:vr^.v.l2^c per lb; f^i^^R^^^-^^andilSclb:;
,-,.,,.„,&.,, : . \u0084_,,, ./r.-\- Shoulder, R0a5t...... .... .9c per lb.
Mutton Shoulder Roast.. "7c per lb.' Round Steaks ...... .^ 1254 c per lb;:
i:Mutton;ShbuiderChops^7^cperlb. g^ Steaks.;... \u0084.\u25a0 .vJ.^.lOcperlb^
l^y^'J%--'\y-v^-,j:~yJ. * , . Rib.Boihnß Beef .. ..v.7^c per lb.
Loinv Chops :V:l2}^c per lb. Supr Cured Corned^Beef . J^clb^
Our Market will be! Closed 'All 'Day MfV^r. lanuary/2. >We Wish'-T
\i You All f aHappy New Ye«r>- VgSSER BROS.' :r: r .
Washington Market ™*mm™^mv™
BOY'S NAME ALMOST
Mother Insists He: Use One, He
Another; "Use Both," Says
; .Clerk; Curtain
OAKLAND, Dec. 30. — A hitch in the
matrimonial plans of Edward A. Runge
and Ruth V. Lover 1 was occasioned last
night by the. refusal of the. young man's
mother ito! give her consent to:his mar
riage unless he' gave up his name,
which ,is that _of/ her first husband,
whom she divorced ;17 years ago. In
as much - as'vßunge" is only * 19' years
of -age, he could not get a license: un
less his mother- consented.
He arrived^at the: marriage license
counter .with Mrs. Matilda -:Morrison,
his , mother. ' \u25a0• Deputy County Clerk
Rlley -asked ; him. his name and the
name Runge. was" given' in response.
This brought out an indignant -pro
test from Mrs. Morrison/ who refused
flatly ;to give her. consent. \u25a0
The young man refused: as. flatly, to
change his^name, saying that only the
court could! do that for him." Things
had \u25a0' come to .a halt when " Riley - sug
gested that he might use. both names
in getting the license. It was made
out accordingly, "Edward A. Runge,
sometimes known: as EdwardTA. Mor
rison." .This placaetd Mrs. . Morrison,
and she gave her consent. Runge.vor
Morrison, has always; been known *by ;
the; latter name. \u25a0 -.Vv.;v!vv .
S ' BY ALAMEDA EAGLES
Nearly Four Hundred Guests
Enjoy the : Evening
ALAMEDA, Dec. 30.— Alameda . aerie
of Eagles held a women's night* pro
gram in "Woodman hall .- last night.
Nearly 400 guests were present. The
program consisted of vaudeville num
bers, a dance and \u25a0 supper.
f Dr. Tom Carpenter, state vice presi
dent, complimented Alameda aerie on
its Increasing membership and growing
Percy Forsyth,. who is soon to, retire
a£ president of the aerie," was presented
with a ring by his lodge brothers. The
presentation was made by Al. Kittn.
ST, HELENA OFFICIALS ~
' STUDY STREET SYSTEM
OAKLAND, Dec. 30. — A party of city
officialsfrom St. Helena arrived in Oak
land today to inspect the street and- fire
systems. In the party. are; Mayor F.. G.
"Warner, City Engineer C. N. "Wallace,'
Trustees" J.C. Money, L..G. Clark,: Ed B.
Brilliant J ; and S. N. : Bell. V P. S. Grant
accompanies the officials. City Engineer
F C. Turner is "conducting , the visitors.'
SHOWN HIGH HONORS
. OAKLANT), Dec. 30— John C. Foser.
past high priest, of Oakland chapter
No. 36. Royal Arch Masons, and past
master of Brooklyn lodge, was chosen
twice illustrious master of Oakland
council : No." 12, Royal and. Select Mas
ters, at the annual meeting- held last
night. Sj -
The following were the other of
Edwin Stevenson, deputy illustrious
master; Edward H. .Morgans principal
conductor of works; James B. Merritt.
treasurer; George H. Smith, recorder.
The newly elected officers of \Royal
Arch Masons will be . installed Jan
uary 11. ~, :V. ,' v . .;
PIOIXEER. KAILROADMAJT BTTHlED— Oakland,
\u25a0 Dec. 30. — The funeral of the late James N.
Abbay, a pioneer railroadman of California.
\u25a0was held this afternoon, under, the auspices . of
- i Leland Stanford dlTislon No. 253, brotherhood
of ' locomotive . engineers.
BANK RdBBES.3 GET S3.ooo— Deft Moines, la..
Dm. '-SO. — Robbers entered \the bank at Pow
City." near D*nigon, daring the night and «\u25a0
10% to 50% REDUCTION OH MANY
UNDERGARMENTS of beauty, style, quality and perfict finish for
women, misses ajid children In GOWNS, SKIRTS. DRAWERS.
COMBINATIONS AND EXTRA SIZE GARMENTS. A SPECIAL
LINE OF FINE UIVDKRAVEAIt MAJIKKD AT 25 PER CESTTO 30
- PER CENT REDUCTIOX 3IAKES AS ADDED ATTRACTION TO
THIS SALE. Each and every garment is standard size, full lenjfth,
,~ ; I with hems correctly proportioned. A selection to suit the most dis-
criminating in taste and yet very moderate in price.
:; fiowns at 10 Per Cent Reduction
An immense range of GOWNS In high, round, square and V neck style*.
ranging from - ••• ..:91Mf> to Jsio.oo
ALSO A SPECIAL LINE OF FIXE GOWX9 AT 25 PER CEXT TO 50
PER CEXT REDUCTIOX.
Skirts at 10 Per Cent Redaction \
A large and beautiful variety of SKIRTS in embroidery, and lace effects.
up to ..82T.50
Specially good values In SKIRTS at.......... 52.75, 53.00, 5?..&0. *5.0n
ALSO A SPECIAL LIKE OF FIXE SKIRTS MARKED AT 25 PER CEXT
REDUCTIOX. . -
DRAWERS at . . : / 50c, 60c. 75e, $1.00 up to $t2.50
CORSET. COVERS at. . . ... .'.25 c, 50c, 6Oc, 75c np to 9OJSO
ALL -THREE-PIECE COMniXATIOXS MARKED DOWN TO COST.
COMBINATION GARMENTS at*. . . .:..... . .*l^!s, ?l.r»0, <tI.7S np to 520.00
Imported Underwear at 10 Per Cent Reduction
NeV Importations .of: AUSTRIAN .and FRENCH tTNPERWEAR in im-
\u25a0_ mense variety included in this sale, comprising CHEiIISKP;
GOWNS, -DRAWERS. CORSET COVERS and THREE-PIECE SETS.
;A- SPECIAL USE OF PRESCH UNDERWEAR MARKED AT 25 PER
.' CEXT REDUCTIOX. .V
Children's and Hisses' Maslin Underwear at 10 Per
Cent Reduction B
;We make a~ special feature of quality UNDERGARMENTS FOR CHTL- :
. DREN — . • -
CHILDREN'S DRAWERS at..; ....35c, sOc, 60c op to $2.00
CHILDREN'S SKIRTS at.......;;.,............ .....60c, 75c np to H-l-'»»
CHILDREN'S -WAIST SKIRTS at .6Oc, 75c, 9 1.00 np . to $3.75 .
CHILDREN'S GOWNS at. .-....;...%........ ..75c, $1.00, $1.25 np to $1.75
-: CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS AND PRINCESS SLIPS.
CHILDREN'S WHITE MOTHER HUBBARD DRESSES—
jhW; .. .. ..... .....: ,\ ~ . : . . . . . ....... .....; .... ..... .00c aail prices to $20.00
CHILDREN'S WHITE FRENCH DRESSES at $1.25 np to $35UH>
INFANTS': LONG WHITE DRESSES at.... 60c. 75c, $1.00, $1.25 np to $27.50
INFANTS' LONG WHITE SKIRTS at..'...;. ..-.60c, 75c, »1.00 np to $6.00
INFANTS' HAND-MADE DRESSES at... .$1.75, 52.00 np to $37JH>
Our Jinnual Clearance Sale of
! SUITS AT. ... . . ffa PEICE *
COATS AT. . ...:.:% PEICE
; DEESSES AT. . . . . . .% PEICE
||p ;^ !,BKIETO^AT. ....":\u25a0..% PEICE-
GOWNS. ..% PRICE
: r V Ey3SNING COATS AT-% PEICE
iLINEN SUITS AND COTTON DEESSES EE-
' DUCED ONE-TmE^TO ONE HALF
NEW YEAR'S HORNS
r \u25a0:.. : ANDV^OiSErM^KER^^
:a; very fl\b assobtjlext of, '-horns'.'', rattles, serppv.
.?r : TIKES, V COXFBTTI, ' ETC,' FOR THE NEW, YEAR; CELEBRATIoVf
— MAXV-XEYV-tXOVELTIES FJIOM FRAXCE AXD EXGL-VVD IX
MASQUERADE A.YD GROTESQUE THINGS. •;;^7 '
jFOY DEPARTMEiST, 3rd FLOOR
Clay Street, 14th to 15th, Oakland
POLICE ROUND UP
Cleanup of Berkeley Ordered by
the Chief Is Being Ac
BERKELEY. Dec. 30, — Chief of Police
Vollmer this morning issued orders, to
his force to gather in all peddlers who
are making a house canvass of the city
without licenses.. He has also issued
instructions to round jup tramps and
The frequent burglaries during the
last month and the large number of
hoboes in the city • have made a clean
House holders were warned to- report
at once to the police department the
presence in their neighborhood, of all
men peddling: or acting in a suspicious
MYSTIC SHHETE TO GIVE THEATE3 PAHTT.
Oakland. Dec. SO. — A thenter party will b*
jtiven la the near futur*' by Aahnie* temple.
Order of Jlystic Shrine.
Cot out catKattia *a<3 mrgtbrct. TW trtlreSl
— feanh— n3ocea«mnr. Tty
UVER plLLS^ l^S y^l\.
Purely Tesetmbls. Adt >g¥£i|Sff : >fc '
eiimlnat- 'oJe. and A%£zgaMS W\X 2 LKj
T^n- 6 3 at °4f&o^P" S l TTLC
of 'he towel. Jox'^SiT^} T. I V E R
C«r.C..-^^J^\ 9 PILLS.
•U«atiß«. £%£?' \V« a*CC^
Sick Htiiicie aad In<lii:»ti3a, as mSßoos bow.
Small Pill, Small Dose. Small Prico
Genuine must bear signature.
DR. TOiVl WAI TONG
CHniXSE TEA A2TD HES3 DOCTOH.
60S 17th St., sear San Pablo «».. Oakland, Cal.
Oakland. Not. 23, 1910.
TO WHOM IT MAT COXCKRN:— . «•-
tl h*re taken treatment with Dr.
Tom Wai Tods for last S months for
stomach and headache troubles, aci .
can honestly saj I haTe been won-
rterfullT Improved. 1 consider Dr.-
Tern Wai Tons a hisbly e<lucate«l and
honest man. and do \uy best to recom-
mend his rooJ work. I have bought
iisny other medicines not doing m«»
any eood. and adrise yon Jnst to gtT«
a trial. Results will follow.
It OS 13th it. N. ARTIirR NELSON.
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