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PAIjO alto press. EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY VOL. I. PALO ALTO, SANTA CLARA COUNTY. THURSDAY. IKTOBER 9. 1902. Club Women in Regular Session sity sccm»>d weak in attack--, ond did not put ranch spirit into Offensive work. With Mc- Fadden and McGilvray temporarily out of the game witb slight injuries, the apparent weakness of the first team can be accounted for in some measure. Willi these two FUTURE POLICY OF COUNTRY GRAVE IMPORTANCE TO STATE Have an Interesting Meeting and Transact much Important j strong men again on the field n >Bu**tfi£S£ j marked change will no doubt be The Woman's Club met in regu liiir session Wednesday tmernoon and much Im-iuess of interest >im imt-ottaiiee received attention. Asitle from the business matters th;il came up, a pleasing musical ami literary program w:is carried out. Mr. A. I.. St.*ott-!fr**oke rendered a piano solo; a p.ijtvr on "Mm'eru Literature" Was lead by Mts, RiMebrook, nud Prof. A. 11. .Show gave a pleasing talk on the "Teaching of Local. History." Mrs (;. 11. Little handed in a report for the committee on Consumers' League. The matter was discussed and iu order to more fully t!i*«-u*-5 the *-ubj**vt, it was derided to hold a meeting nest Thtirs day nlterun w. AH that are inlcr- e<ted tm this subject will meet at Mr-*. Gilbert's at 4 p. m. The <pies- tion of the tv. ision the Coii*.titutton came upfor-oclion niid was passed, Mrs. Kober,„Mrs. Hell aud Mrs. Wallace was choseU on thi- committee. The next meeting of thi felt. After its round with the Varsity, the second team faced the Fresh- man agj*relation for a few minutes serimmage. The Freshmen were less effective than the lust eleven iu stopping the rushes ol their opponents. When thc second eleven had rushed down the held almo**t lo* a touchdown thej lost the ball and Mftgee punted it out of danger. To-utorrow afternoon the 1'rcsh- inen play a game with Santa Clara College ou the t'niversity field. Flanders, win* lias been doing gttod work iu the '06 line will not be able to play again this season ou account uf a broken leg which he receive**] iu Tuesday evening's practice. Willi this exception tlie Fre-htnen will line-up as usual. Neighborly Whist Club. The Neighborly Whist Chit! met at the residence of John Vauder- voort, Wednesday evening, where they*wcre royally entertained. Whist was played until ten. after which social conversation was in- Sophomores In Minstrel Show dulged in and light refreshments served. The men's tirst prize w.i- a silver key ring won by M. i>. Roller. Ladie-' first prize was a picture won by Mrs. J. W. Roller. The men's booby prize was a "smoke up" which o»mpri*-ed a clay pij-e was won by J. Iiudfield. The ladies' low prize was ■"Catchup" which consisted of it bottle of catchup .vas taken by Mrs. M. 1). Roller. Tlie following were in attendance: Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. Daiiueberi;, Mr. uud Mrs. Harry V'andevoort, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Roller, Sr., Mr. ant'. Mrs. Koller. Jr.. Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Harms, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Fuller, Mr. ami Mrs, John Vander- vourt and Mr. and Mr-. John Dud- field. Loud 5ays a Change Would Hurt this State More Than any Other. Speak. ers Advise Voters To Protect Home Interests. Clitl.»illt*c..ii.lnrt«li»-thi-ll.iiirejThe Event to be a Orcat Attrac- ll-lil Household Col>lt»..ltt-e. i tion and will havs. many Second Team Hold the Varsity Familiar faces in Cast. With McFadden and McGilvray! Off Duty, the Varsity Shows Weak Spots. The Stanford football stjuad is now settling down to hard, serious work that will toughen the men for the final struggle in November. With tbe full coaching staff on the field and all tbe preliminary obstacles out of the way, it is ex-ieeled ihat a steady i - provement will characterize the practice from this j time on. Yestcrd.iv- afternoon, after a few minutes of -.igual drill the Varsity nud second team lined up for some lively playing, in which the second eleven made a stronger showing than their more exp.rieneed opponents. The Var- The committee -tppoiuu-d to in- volume Ibe advisability ol tfivhiK a Sophomore circus decided \e.*-.ei- day that a minstrel show would prove a greater attraction. Tin- date set for this event is t>cl. 31. The greater part of those who are lo lake pari in the show aie Sophomores, hut special stunts will lie given by Waldeinan Young. Jack flonnelt, L. I* My rue and Harold Tracy. F. Snell, headstone carver at the Memorial Church, is the recipient of a handsome gold watch and chain from Mrs. Stanford, presented to him as a token of his ability. On the front lid Mr. Shell's initials and on the inner side the following is engraved: "For skill and patience, from Jane L, Stanford to K. Snell." • John o. Voting, '02, has gone to Chicago to take a course in dentistry. Heat Hurt Peaches. County Entomologist Ehrtiont* in iiis. ([iiarteriy Te[»ort, has this to say rejiantin-j; the priiuecrop: "The sudden heat iu August caused a severe dr.*p of prunes., which created a lot oi iiKjuiry :;t the office,- owing to the he.iv> los-*, but t could not attribute the trouble to anything but atmo-pheric conditions. Following these conditions, we now find that the shrinkage in prunes is very large and the fruit contains very ■Ittthr^ttgar awl there -are plenty uf so-ealled froj-s or bloaters, which are. no doubt, caused by the great deficiency of saccharine matter iu the fruit." Regarding split peaches* which have been more numerous ihau ever ; tins season, he says: "I believe this is the result of sudden climatic changes from cool, iubist weothei to sudden hot weather, which would cause the sap to flow very ; freely and rapid growth would nec- 'essarily follow." Almut two hundred and fifty 'm-o- ple assembled in No-tree Hall last evening to listen to the speeches of Congressman l-'ugeiie Loud aud W. IL Woods, member of Confers KmcM7.„shij from the Second District. The Stanford University Rand aroused the enthusiasm of the crowd by playing several stirring aits in front of the hall before the s*<cakiug began. When Mr. Loud stepj-vd to the platform he was greeted with cheers from the audience. Professor San ford, as chairman of the meeting, introduced the •.'peaker. Mr. Loud began his address by calling attention lo the fact that he had been iu Congress almost longer than I'alo Alto had been a town. The lir*-t point of poliiic.ii interest tbat he mentioned wa-> in reference to the condition of the l-JemiH-ratic party in the Fourth and Fifth Congressional districts. ** I regret." -aid the speaker, '•that the I leitiotTatic party has gone out ofexir-lence iu these two districts, because 1 have many nation tn pushing its new mdlistfy. Fveiylhing needs protection against the importations from liurope which will necessarily lie brought much closer to ns upon the opening of the Isthmian Canal. Thc future policy of this country is of mure im* portance to the State of California than any other State in the Union," In closing Mr. Loud .spoke partieu- larlv of the present campaign, supporting Dr. Pardee strongly for the Mr. IarOtul proved mi impressive speaker, one who convinced his audience that he was .st*rious-iiiiiidi*>l ami that he hail the general go>Ml of the State at heart. Histalk WuS an example t'f tairne*-*. to his opponents in every respect, , - After the Cou-jfressnian tini**hed Mr. Wood matte a few witty remarks about his eoUc.nj-uc. and also about the' policy which he knew Mr. Loud would follow in the future He stated the objfstt **f the campaign in a clear-cut. brief manner, leaving the audience with a distinct idea of ihe jiolitic-il situation in this Stale. All Saints* Church Harvest Festival. There will be special thatiksgiv- fricmLs among its memlters." Mr. i*-g services ut Ay Saints Church on j-oudd-irclt at some- length iinonrSumbi-.-~Trcxi in Velcbrau* ine 111- this fact, outlining the policy of the; gathering of the harvest. Holy Democracy in past years and point*]Communion will he celebrated at N ing out wherein the party had a. m.i morning prayer at 11 a. m., failed. (and a N*jKrcial sermon preached by Turning tohisown. the Remibli-jthc Rector. Offerings of frail, can party, he said, " 1 believe that j (lowers awl grain will be received ;0 it is absolutely necessary that thejthe church on Saturday morning at executive principles of the Repub- to o'clock fi>r the pun*o*je of deco- licau party shall be maintained in ration, and will ufierw.-oii*. l*c gKcn HEATERS WOOD Ol L COA. L § A Real Bargain. ! For a real bargain you must not ' fail to see this property: , 7 rooms and bath, centrally ' l.Kated, lighted with electricity, I with all conveniences. Just think ifor a moment of the price, only Sr.750. Sec me at once. I J." J. Morris, Palo Alto, Cal, order that we may reap the benefits of our situation with res|x*ct to the new territory on the cither side of the Pacific. "This State cannot afford to lose any opportunity of allying ii-eli to the Mate... boys orphan. Congressman LlUlefieldof Maine, Hon. Kugenc 1*'. I.* aid and other speakers will address the people of with the progressive forces of the -Redwood City Frida> night. S Wilson's Air Tiflht Wood Heater, small size, &', ***r i$ Wilson's Air Tight Wood Heater, large size, 'M § Wilson's Coal Heater, .... t?h U Coal Oil Heaters, - . - - . g Salamander Air Tight Heater, large size, - M Salamander Air Tight Healer, small size, $5. 6. II. 5. - 3. 2. twit 50 00 I 00 k so ,^ 00 S Business Local*. ^'.; ■ • :' . • ' :■ ■'•' ■ ': i-' J 1 rw Wool lA/oot IA/00I Ui Blankets DressGqods Underwear .- A Wool Snap-l.-ii.ri- ilu Cold Xnap. * ',. % S J. r. PARKINSON COMPANY i tei UNIVERSITY AVE. I HARDWARE LUMBER PLUMBING \ A new creation -it the St.iiiford ; l*barmacj—-ereain tritit gloee. : The Stanford Pharmacy fill more prescriptions than -ill other stores combined. 117 University Ave. j For the liver nnd bowels try Sel- j zer's tasteless preparation of Cns- cara. Sold at the Stnufortl Pharmacy. Do you sutTer from colds and ca- taarh ? If so, use Seller's XasaJ and Throat Spray. Manufactured at the Stanford Pharmacy. At the Stanford Pharmacy can be found the largest assortment of cas- tile soaps. Virgin brand, Coutii brand and pure Spanish castile in loc pieces. I Fiftetfi Pair ALL WOOL Gray $9.00 BLANKETS al HALF PRICE A slight mill damage makes them 'yours tor $4.SO. Ladies' line wool, ribbed. Vests and Pahts. S1.00 a(ganricnC| Ladies* line wool, Oneita, Combination Suits, Si.90 ;i garment. « J5 piece1- heavy, all wool, Cheviot Ser-.'e. regular price TGc, '. Special this week, 50c a yard. THE HABERDASHERY; PALO ALTO SS f:
|Title||Palo Alto Press 1902 October 9|
|Date of Publication||1902-10-09|
|Number of pages||4|
|Place of Publication||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Publisher||W.J. Davis & W. Lewis|
|Source||Microfilm collection in Rinconada Library|
|Coverage||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Rights||Material in the public domain. No restrictions on use.|
|Publication Title||Palo Alto Press|
PAIjO alto press.
EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY
PALO ALTO, SANTA CLARA COUNTY. THURSDAY. IKTOBER 9. 1902.
Club Women in
sity sccm»>d weak in
attack--, ond did not put ranch spirit
into Offensive work. With Mc-
Fadden and McGilvray temporarily
out of the game witb slight injuries, the apparent weakness of the
first team can be accounted for in
some measure. Willi these two
FUTURE POLICY OF COUNTRY
GRAVE IMPORTANCE TO STATE
Have an Interesting Meeting and
Transact much Important j strong men again on the field n
>Bu**tfi£S£ j marked change will no doubt be
The Woman's Club met in regu
liiir session Wednesday tmernoon
and much Im-iuess of interest >im
imt-ottaiiee received attention.
Asitle from the business matters
th;il came up, a pleasing musical
ami literary program w:is carried
out. Mr. A. I.. St.*ott-!fr**oke rendered a piano solo; a p.ijtvr on
"Mm'eru Literature" Was lead by
Mts, RiMebrook, nud Prof. A. 11.
.Show gave a pleasing talk on the
"Teaching of Local. History."
Mrs (;. 11. Little handed in a report for the committee on Consumers' League. The matter was
discussed and iu order to more
fully t!i*«-u*-5 the *-ubj**vt, it was derided to hold a meeting nest Thtirs
day nlterun w. AH that are inlcr-