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♦ SERIOUS WRECK ON
SOUTHERN PACIFIC SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 1 (by As sociated Press).—Fireman H. A. Rast of Santa Cruz was killed, and the en gineer and many passengers injured, in a wreck last night of a Southern Pacific train at Opal, between Santa Cruz and Watsonville. ‘ MURDERER MISS CRUGER GETS PRISON SENTENCE BOLOGNA, Italy, Nov. 1 (by Asso ciated Press).—Alfredo Cocchi was found guilty yesterday of the murder of Ruth Cruger, New York high school girl, in 1917, and sentenced to 27 years imprisonment. FILIPINOS TO FIGHT FOR INDEPENDENCE MANILA, Nov. 1 (by Associated Press).—The Philippine house yester day passed a bill providing for a per manent annual fund of 11,000,000 for an independence commission, and for setting forth claims of the islands for complete independence. UNSETTLED WEATHER FOR ELECTION DAY WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 (by Asso ciated Press).—Unsettled weather on election day in the Mississippi val ley and generally in the north and west, except the extreme northwest ern states, was forecasted today by the weather bureau. On Sale For Ten Days W e Are Offering Zepher Ginghams at 55c per yd. Utility Ginghams __45c per yd. Devonshire 65c per yd. French Percales at 55c per yd. Alaskan Outing Flannel at 40c per yd. Also a discount of 1 0 per cent on all hand made house aprons. Cordova Dry Goodsj Company g_ ! SMALLPOX IS i LIGHT FORM AT UNALASKA Although five new cases of small pox developed at Unaiasaka last week, advices from there say the situation is well in hand and no serious epidemic is anticipated. Responding to a telegraphic re quest from Gov. Riggs, the U. S. S. Saturn, en route to Pribilof Islands, turned aside and went to Unalaska. The Saturn had ninety-five tubes Of vaccine, which aided considerably in combatting the disease. Advices from Supt. Lopp at Seattle say the Algonquin left there several days ago with vaccine and other sup plies for the sufferers, including fuel and food. The Unalga is now at Unalaska giving every possible as sistance. Late advices indicate the epdemic is in a 'mild form and that a severe I epidemic is not likely. At the latest report there were 24 cases at Un-) alaska and 10 at Akutan. Dr. Newland. who is conducting ; the fight against the disease, is connected with the Jessie Lee ! school, established by the Methodist i church, and has been appointed by ! both the surgeon general, public j health service, and the territorial ; health authorities to handle the situation. SOVIET PLACARDS SPREAD IN NEW YORK NEW YORK, Nov. 1 (by Associated Press).—Large placards urging work ers not to vote but to strike and “boy- i cott the election,” appeared in the streets here today. The placards urged the workers to establish soviets. DRY SQUAD CHIEF RESIGNS POSITION BUTTE, Mont., Nov. 1 (by Associ ated Press).—John F. Melia has re signed as chief of the county dry squad and the county attorney is said to be investigating charges that Melia had offered ?10,000 worth of liquor for sale. CORDOVA’S LEADING STORE EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE New Dresses of Good Quality and Delightful Simplicity. FOR THOSE WHO SHOP EARLY HOLIDAY Handkercheifs and Ribbon Novelties Dainty Gifts that are appreciated by the Fastidious Shopper VANITIES CAMISOLE STRAPS LINGERIE SETS AND CLASPS POWDER PUFFS BABY SETS , SACHETS ' ' i:"' •• ' Watch Our Remnant Counter for Bargains PHONE Reduction Ten Per Cent Off on | AM Cook Stoves Four-hole stoves with 13 15, and 16 inch ovens. Just the thing for cab ins, furnished rooms, or small home. During Sale 10 per cent off. EXTRA SPECIAL MONDAY ONLY No. 8 all copper wash boilers .... $8.50 No. 9 all copper wash boilers .... 9.50 No. 8 heavy tin copper bottom 4.50 No. 9 heavy tin copper bottom 5.75 All steel wringers enclosed gear.. .. 7.35 No. 2 galvanized tubs . 1.65 Common clothes pins, per doz.05 Spring clothespins per doz..10 HEATERS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES You have been wailing for lower prices. S Your opportunity is here to buy a Cole’s - Hot-Blast Heater, or any other of cur well > known Stoves at a cost that will pay you to throw away the old Stove. —— —— ——— . COLE’S HOT-BLAST HEATERS 12 E Regular $35.00, Priced at $28.00 15 E Regular $40.00, Priced at 32.00 115 E Regular $45.00, Priced at .. . .... 36.00 18 E Regular $50.00, Priced at _ 40.00 16 E Regular $45.00, Priced at. 36.00 TRILBY OAK No. 650 Regular $22.50, Priced at... 18.00 No. 750 Regular $27.50, Priced at. 22.00 The Bijou Pattern In Knowles, Made in America, Semi Porcelain Dinnerware A border of tiny flowers in soft colors make this an attractive pattern for general use. Sets comprised from open stock made up any way you wish. $20 and up Interesting News An arrival of a factory shipment of Blue bird Dinnerwear. This is a splendid op portunity for those disappointed in not getting any of our last shipment, and those wishing to fill in on this splendid pattern. Sets $16.50 and up --r—- ■-— ’. T .." r . . ' H ' * 1 Reduction I 2 _ a The Headlight A combination heater for wood and coal. This is a heavily constructed all cast heater, which will radiate heat to every corner of t h e room. Has large fuel door at side. The mica front affords a bright view of the fire at all times. Stop in and see this splendid heater. Its a bargain at the price. No. 219 regular, $60.00 Now $52.50 No. 221 regular $65.00 Now $58.50 Extra Special Tuesday Only 10 per cent On all Royal enamel war. Our regular prices on enamel ware are comparatively low, with this additional discount it will pay you to antici pate your kitchen needs.