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Francisco, Cal., Oct. 19.
~of ponds of the choicest food that might f.e. 1lAllies as well as ora P re going to waste in oe of California today. Suc, the ste of affairs as disciosed bah t_ of the state's indut :-ial, n4ow nearly comple`2 1y Industry league- of Calit. *e of thousand5 of dol'e' of the choicest toma'oes am, rotting on the ground of e sin this neighborhood toJ4a sample of one report out of ' ,ved by the league thru.:gh itS vass of the industrial situation of state. The report came from board of trade. The report odes: "Local people have sub bed $7,500 for stock in any com y which will come to the neigh d and start a vegetable can to take care of the thousands thousands of dollars' worth of to and other vegetables whicf y are useless to the growers for of a cannery or transportation ties." Among the kinds of fruits and les which the census shows to going to waste on the ranches are apples berries, olives, nuts. ,lemons, figs and dates. I.ay of the communities in which foods are going to waste state "there is plenty of good labor le if we only had a local pack house, or cannery." In a large number of the commu heard from there is no orga board of trade or other com Sclearingrhouse of that nature, the information has been received the signatures of the editors of newspapers. Numbers of the replies make lively for "government aid" in the te establishment of factories, es or other establishment for making of apple butter, cider ), vinegar, sugar from beets, from grapes, tomato canneries, bottlers, olive bottlers, peach pear canneries, cherry preserves, fruit and vegetable plants, nut candied fruit Works, marma factories, lemon extract bottlers, and grape juice bottlers. sections report that farming ts cannot be bought any in suffirient quantities to take of the bumper crops, while in sections the existing fruit and e canneries are compelled to Stheir possible outputs by the in to secure baskets and boxes to eare of the output. Fully a communities deplore the lsack and basket factories, while places report the need for factor' i manufacture small implements are today in California 44 fish canners. Each is pack ards of 50 tons, yet while each g to its capacity, thousands t of the fish go daily to the feed so high that milk and e going up in prices, many report that if only the t or private capitalits will alfalfa "meal" mills they be doing the whole country a fl0or, as well as make money investments. From several Come apeals for more cot 4 to take care of the crops bug to waste. everyone of the communi Scr for canneries and Plants report themselves as to back new enterprises with eivic inducements an.! to sub h large blocks of stock in the Wipies. s of the Home Industry is still in progress and when it will be placed at the dis fthe state council of defense %ide available free to the pub [V. STEWART 8" SELF IN SPEECH Sctal speech he made at Monday night, October 14, Sm--, rt, the present govern SUa, was only "kidding She said: I. really only two politi Your suffrage in How S Democratic and 1e SThe new Nati a real contender. ly maintain that fore sfcoess ticket. A vOt* United States away." ._.fl - for the "he U·:h0, f 41y¢..- k, . :-:. -. L i ; . , ý yr- -.c Yd. .--, } ]i.} y .t .! F y ,. • . N T 51,1 ac' s A T_ _ 1WE CLOSE DECEMBER 31 ,t 1 y . .. Sty, 5 . t . f ` 6 ý om xdý • -. OUR Government is continually calling your attention to the fact that it is up to you to save in calling and take advantage of bargains whenever offered. You can help your Government, and naturally, yc aelf, if you will visit oulr store and take advantage of .ur unusually low prices at this sale. Ws-A We are still able te show you a very complete line of general merchan'-P CALN TC dise. Our dry goods line has many hig bargains in it. Our shoe depart- SE ILN TC ment yon will find very complete, and you will find prices below present This store will continue to charge merchandise after November 1st to wholesale c rst on footwear. rlthose who have paid us in full to date ONLY. After December 1st we will M y y sey w v s sor a not charge merchandise toanyone. Please do not ask us to open new M en's and Boys Shoes accounts or let you have merchandise on hold slips. Our Men'S. and Boys' Shoes are especially strong and our stock is com- , plete in both the heavy work and dress shoes. See our furnishingtcand s et com-T h s Store C loses D ec. 31 " our prics befor..oufr you buyn nthis anned ou rcSW beortys lne. HAll accounts are now due. Do not expect is to carry your accounts or 'weatersan Hosier note longer. Y You will find one or more of the help in this store ready to wait on . We have a splendid line of wool sweaters, wool and cotton hosiery. you from 6 a. mn. to 6 p. m., every day in the week except Sunday. Open Don't fail to see this stock an4 ask for prices. Saturday evenings until 9 p. m. Make your complaints to the manager. YE~yY .SOAP OVERALLS AND WORK SmIRTS GROCERY LINE COMPLETE $5.15DTOATE Resme arrsna e.r ,sig. . We still have left overalls and Our grocery Ihae issas complete a andtoaosa ti ae Yell leandry,eper 10 lier.--.-..-.. shi~urts at old prices, ever ndwlbetill January ps. aer coasoes tti a"5 .'A wlu IT ND3TA MW AND Boys' xrAxs COATS AND MACKINAWS CANNED CORN AND PRAS i Asirsfa la es at ~ n We also bay. a test lete-ined Canned corn or peas, at this Rale, Afl this -ale cas.. ....:....,ad ..cklaw. . gre.y Per case . . ... .-..-...... 4. 00" on. c Wedei ple.le sorty oup ap cased at fut - y_ ** " I\*A eNe-s.LDE IIATS LADI S IACIIINAWS inqike of "Billy" at the greIcrI .. ,c. oi . ,--:. . .. " '.. ... . oV . L 4. D W R m R m . Y o , =; ".'1 .. .. W .i.,. . Y 0.. ._ -. :'; ':. CA NED TOM TO]