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The "Golden Horseshoe" in Nature's Opera House f r / Js>' ' * _i« J ■*'-' r-* ** ■ - '...y Jti'A ? : ~~ ~ .;...■ ' '— —————— a • * j I Daylight Motion Pictures from Arlington Heights Theater j I / Dramatis Personae Scenario the best seats are in \ \ * / Sunlight, Clouds, Ships, Foaming Breakers, Blue TIM -The Present. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS \ cr' M ; °u"'ai 5/iaJon>s ,F/oiPers,B«rJ s ,Mo O n- PLACE -An entrancing, slope if North Berkeley hills.. One and a half miles Four tiers of lots only, between the big villa sites V ***" light, Starlight. These and more are Nature's actors. \: - from the classic halls of the University) of California. Thirty-five mm- and Spruce Street. ' Also—Salesmen. Silurians, Customers, Philosophers, etc. utes from the busy marts of San Francisco, by 3 new S. P. electric Jl'B not UP *n c gallery or down in the pit. j The arch of our dazzling .California sky frames the play. loop lines. Eight hundred feet above the swinging tides of the harbor. BUT THE VIEW ! Ma foi, Such a View! l:/-; First Ad DAWN Second A/-NOON ' Third Act— EVENING— Four Years Later Enter the "Sun' (L U. E.) (Whistles Bio*.) , The scene is set with stately mansions and flower- 3rd Act continued -- —. ■- Brd Acf Coatllined . - Shining brightly, greeted by chorus of early birds Song and Dance . ! "Hare, Hee, Haw" emDowered villas from which sounds of music and Croup of Silurians (Enter L. 2.) "The toorld will n*'cr be larger catching late worms. * By "trio of Scraper Mules. Maud,- Lily and mernm«rt are heard. -, , , R ( St7ur«an (pointing) :It doesn't seem Than il is today, 'etc., etc" Flower* start growing. Groups of laborers, 300 Kate. (High kicks with hind legs as drivers -J -Madoiw in long violet robes appear on the possible! Four years ago I refused to buy that Enter Philosopher (R. 1.) in al. driving mule teams, cross stage from L. 1 ; . to sidestep.) (After Encore mountainsid«- lot at $26.per; front foot! Yesterday J offered Philosopher: Yes. but our moss-backed Silu j R. Li. and begin working vigorously on fine wind- Sun moves slowly to c then toward L. L) ■ , Stars peep out faintly but with ever increasing $«00 per front foot for it and some Eastern cap- rian friends forget that while the size of the ing bouievards; to be later macadamized and oiled. -■._•• ... . brilliance. _ ltahst out to see the Fair paid $150 per foot. world, remains the same the population increases The picture holds as well dressed salesmen ap- Gay parties of automobilists spin along the beau- The Evening Brec-c fsS?* 0"* Second Silurian: Yes. and I heard him say hourly. ** * The law of supply and demand al pear; they are busily taking deposits on easy terms : |iful avenues of Thousand Oaks, between long s j gns ftly as a troop of Perfumes }$&*<" »i OU! d h/ Ve rai, Bed that bid l° $2°°- He said ways operates. The supply is fixed, but the de- ' from Delighted Customers.' . lines of red Hawthorne trees, past mossy old rocks fl oat invisibly across the staee I M **«u» ••;.» ** = tlje finest place in the world for an Amer- mand is constantly increased by the operation of Chorus of Delighted Customers: and grassy little parks. _ •» ,f- ■* „ iH^th ,can to live .- „ , Nature's first law. (Exit. L 2 ) A L. c l«. l l-fY'- . _, . ",, . ■ - ■ . A long, quiet electnc tram pulls noiselessly into Third Silurian: But, of course. Berkeley will TK*. lit»hu nf tU rlh>« hi-i'nirl. «-V^f n a^ffi -riatsssgs -ssHssESs; Tt*'-~^Mi£ «2iT«jt-.t tMftftttASS!^. 0-!" ziturtirsji-i'Ei" sSfc-u-©tfa3s SSftßfflssin^* . , The Lots Are Large THE SALE OPENS SATURDAY, MAY TWENTY-SEVENTH The Tract Is Small Berkeley-203Z SHATTUCK AVENUE ■ NEWELL-HENDRICKS, Inc. ir^nri^^ awmaWptctd^ •Berkeley 397 WHr¥¥lLl^ iw m ft ''-lL: ■N'' rlJ >IV^I G''|V'--'S' ''■ Ifl C *ranci&CO—63o MARKET STREET Phone Us Soon for Picture Book and Information. Automobiles at Your Disposal. , " ' ' ' '' ■'' ' ■■*< THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL', THUI^SDAY. 25, 1911.