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flu* fain Ipviit PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 31. -I9CK3 NO 20 ai,,l,,,,,,,,iiiiiliiiiiinim,,,,,,,,m,,m,,,,,. LUMBER ELECTRIC RAILWAY YEAR'S CALENDAR FRESHMEN TO MEET COMINGJOCAMPUS OF WOMAN'S CLUB SOPHSINA"GAME" HALR ROAD STATION TO BE AT EXCEL 1.EXT SERIES OF MEET-• RIVALS TO DO Hlill.i: SATt'R- GATEWAY FROM LAJ4VK.N ST.: l**...-. TO FDLUIW NEXT DAY MOHNI.NO FOR KVPKKM- H'li.lMl Ko\ii. WEEk'K Olt,SI.SU KKl ' i-IM.s >> . IN I.i «. 1.1 ti«. I mi. ; New Line Will Keep Oo**- lit Foot- Hnbjecta of i..ii. i,.l liift-rest lo La ' hills aad IVt-lssWy Will r..i.ii.<< I Hi* tutted l--f..r.- I lie Member* 1 With Palo Alto. fas Well Kaown -.-...... .-. The Dudfield Lumber Company Telephone Main 21 Forest and Alma a»iiiiii....»'*««i«»i..»i..ai'i*i..« w<tf*»»'.r. awMr,i.waM>> 1 Fall shoes for men now arriving. Exclusive, distinctive styles- embodying the newest ideas in footwear. • -.•!»*>(.,.1.1.1.-*!*-* \ * The p.alnsular lUltway Company,; , otbeisUe known aa the Hate (load land tbe Interurban road, li lo fair. j way to be the ftrat electric railway! service to Stanford campus aad pov- ) aibly also to Palo Alto. The maw- ford trust-** hav* under cons!derail on now the application of the Peninsular road for right of way across! the campus from the county roa 1 to Mcalo Heights, aad tbto atrip I.* th* only stretch of land betwssa Baal Job* *•*£, Stanford over wbkh the company baa aot yet got It* fran- • I.i*. except a amalt atrip tn .u St — vetis creek that to now In th* courts; under condemnation proceedings, j The Hal* road's Stanford station wltl be si the stone g*tcws*r*Tipeain< from Laanen sfreel tato the county road. The road sill approach the rampus from the southeast by skirl. 1 Ing along the root hills, crossing lh**1 Pag* mill road well above Mayfleld.! A breach will be run into Mayfleld aud probably will be extended Into Palo Alto. From th* station nt the gateway the route Is yet to bo determine*!. It probably will skirt along [.n-ci.nl**. aad cross the stock farm Bear tba paddock*. Wbere It crtaaees the road again a treat 1* will probably be umI The company has unloaded n vail number of ties along the right of way and haa now on th* ground ISO csrlosd* of steel rails and other equipment for ibelr tracks, Grading and other work Is under wsy at a*v- crsl points on the line. Beyond the university the road probably will keep to tbe foothills until San Mateo to r**ch*d. t'ndoubledly Ibe Hal* road will trio reach Palo Alto as aoon as possible, but st pi-ta<aent tt ta devoting all Its energy to tbe direct line doss to the foothills and through tha campus. THE ARCADE-SAN JOSE 71c and tie Taffeta Silks. black aad colors, at.... SIS* Plain I-ouUIne, II- In., soft, rich silk. al. Navy, Royal, ate 1100 Msasalln*. Rtoeda. • SpecUla. all silk Bl*** Taffeta* Mighty Sale of SILKS SATURDAY Tbe in-aii'.- ha* I--.-H ...nelui tin.- * one-week rk**srsa>r<r *sle. Hatar- .Uj I. tie. la*l .U> sad, fsHher b-111, ll wilt be (lie gt-esteat (U» of tit* in.k. To i-nake It uu. t. -11 tig wr have ,-r*-r>ar***I. bi-*ldrs lite asasl < IrarJi-i. .- r. .In. I1..11*. S extra Bptrctals —HILKN AND 1 *•! in:, mn i:n .. Vaa will *ave carfsre on throo il- 01- alone. I.ti-fih THKM > >\ KR. think rr ovi 1; It 50 quality. 3C-ln., at..MS I1.3S tlBBllty. It-ln . at..tic II IS quality. )g-ln., at..S*-c 11.00 quality 17-ln. at....7*e 8Sc Black Taffeta. IMn..,lk iSc Black Taffeta, ll-ln si tic iMHROIDERY SPECIALS Finest snd sheerest qnsllty Swiss and Mslnsook up to 11 Inches wld*. heavy raised snd syeisi designs In Bands. Edg- lags, rionnclng and in sen Ion* al .Ke Sheer quality Swiss and MatBSOOk tn dainty patter*. r*l**d. bllad. stu*tlo and eyelet designs, up to t Inch** wide. .Extra fine quality, worth np to CO c, at K.c NOT**. THE r**EDUCTfOf*S CaRePULLV 1.500 Gray Walking Bklrta. neweat designs and mixture*. Friday and .Saturday at 15.46. 11.00 Fancy Grey Walking Bklrta. handsomely mad* at |4.sS. tare** tlo.«h>. fAmmo. Faaey Gootlm. Not-ow.* .nd IjnIk—* Far, altahlssra -greatly r«ld*ac»al. ^^^^ We sr* sole agents for tbe greatest snd simplest pattern made—the McCall. 10c and lac > . ■ . I l.-li, .■••»■ All purchase* wtll b« deliver"! to your city free of charge —try ns. A. H. MARTEN COMPANY sa* justs miiiv, smh m«e "i tow aticr* Phone Mnla 11 83 to 91 So. First Street P. A S R ALO LTO HATING INK I'rjsnt atraat off Unlv*raltj Av CammaUttoa Uek*U is* aa •ala. The Wtuwin* Club will lea-gin it. year's work wltb a reception to mero- and friend* at the Congregational church next Wednesday. The program comtttltis* snnauace* tbe; foBowiBg calendar fnr tbe sub*-*-' QUBBt masting*: 6*pt. 6.—Annual Reception. Sept. 18.—Art and Literature; Hrook Farm. Prof. Oray. Oct. t.—Philanthropy—Relief 1 Work In Saa Fraacleco. Mlaa Luclle; Be***. Oct. 17.—Science and Education; An appeal to mothers aa to the ne- >.--in of humitne eduriillon; Mrs.! ill. .■ Park. -Oci 11. -Village Improvement:; Organisation: Mrs. M. J. Greene. (Fifth Wednesday Social After-. noon.) Nor. 7.—Art and lelleraiure; Ib sen SymiMWlam: Club Member*. Nov. 21.—Philanthropy; Housing Ibe poor Ib crowded dlstrlrt-., Ilev Sidney IL Saow. Dec. 5.—Science add' Education;: C. F. Palmer. , Dec. 19.—Village Improvement; Household Economical' Mrs. 3. B. Lakla. Jan. a.—Art and Llteralore; An. Afternoon With Bbak«wpeere: sirs. Nellie Holbrook mint. •Jin J l.~-Philanthropy: Tbe City Boy snd bis Problem; Sidney B. Paixotto. Jan. 30.—Art aad Utersture; Ibsen's Lyric Drama, "P**r Oynt." (Fifth Wednesday Social Afternoon. 1 Feb C.—flctence -ami Education. F*b. 20—Village Improvement; Mr*. O. L. Elliott March *.—Art aad Literature: Readings, Ins Coolborllh. March 20.—Philanthropy; -Self- supporting Young Women In Cltl**: Mr* Green*. April I.—Science and Education. April 17.—Village Improvement: Hlnti on Sanitation; Dr. Florence A. Belknap. May I.—Election of Officers. M*y IS —Musical, OPINION IS DIVIDED BIT ALUXWLAIN HOME III. IMF tlliUM.lMi; OT IMTKD HAILIto IDs. soME THE iNslM-rK.-wt H ttt 1 tl». t MU.V i i'i--i. I*a*n.< 11 Arrsngr Novel Way lo Settle Ou. *lloti of laower (*l*** SuprcilusC*. -__ Tta* J., a-1 ll. lea Of lb* I WO U_d*f claaaea at tb* university have at last been tamed and harnessed by th* combined wisdom of the wl*s*t members of tbe Junior and senior classes. All the thirstia*** tor wood tnat rankle* In th* t-osom of tbe hardened sophomore and llkeaiae the repellent spirit of the brawny freshman have been organised under a code of rihe*. or ralher a code of etlquett* that 1* designed to become a* tavtol- abl* as th* most sacred custom thai tbe student* has* ever fostered. Next Saturday morning, according lo proa- eni plana, the member* of th* two nnder claaaea will assemble on the big football stadium, aad after being assigned opposite ends of the lists,'company maintains tbat th«r* am I will be turned lo-ow upon a big Rug- no term* upon which settlement wtth Uflleti Tries to i oi.iiim the Gabet* iwlorl-l Nomination Without Making Aay I'romlae* to Itnef. .Staff C*Otfr-*poBd*aea.) San Francisco. August 10.—Thla street car tle-np la not one bit funny. Tha altqatlon. made wrloui at lb* start by th* plain determination ot tit* company to gram nn tuueaa sIobs to Its men. Is dally becoming more aggravated and no on* can tell when the end may be reached. Thn company la Ann In Its declaraUo*) that th* car* must be rnn as a duty to lb* public: hired str1k*-br*ak*rn led' by the notorious "Jim" Farley, who has been on the payroll of worn 1 lis 11 one big corporation In tlm** of Ubor troubles, ar* coming frona the East to assist the company lo Ita fulfillment of this promise, and tht l'j football lo carry, kick, toss or roll over the goal line of tb* opposing aide. It does not matter much how tbe deed Is accomplished, all tt will take for on* d*** or tbe olhsr 10 attain everlasting prestige will be a superior nnmber of goaia chalked up lo Ila credit when lime to called Th* strange*l feature of th* whole affair to that It ti the result of a mutual arrangement between Ihe student, snd th* faculty of Ihe uulver- aity. The plan of giving a so-called "clsss garni*" waa suggestud a short time ago by James Ijinsaan, tbe athletic coach. When presented to members nf the student affairs committee the Idea met with un*xji*cl- lu former employes caa be *»**aOB.1 pllshed except upon a flat return to work on the old condition*. On tbn other hand, the anion man refuse to return except on an agr**m*at that th«y aball receive I br** dollar* for •Igtii hoars' work. Cal Boon a ibvi- tallon to go back to work and than negotiate for term* wa* spurned by ihe union ss an attempt tn beg thn question, aad glv* tb* company moiw time la which to fill their place* with uuiiMiidiMi iu*-ii -and at lis* as***-— iist* k**p th* ear* running. Meanwhile we all walk, except tbo** who can appreciate the humor of riding on the rough aide of -a plaak atop an express wagon wbtcJ. haa no spring*—walking to prefer- ratapproral. The/proteaaor. aaw lo *bl* WIU, th. h.allos of debrle It a ..lotion ot tho petty be.lo. prow- >t,at la eo.asloa lh. -orrtoe. ot Ihon- loo, that haa laaeo re.poo.lol. ,or Moo. ot teeroa aoo tbe teerlo. do., moch trlclloo ourlor. lh. !..< >.o °" <"** """ -H'e»aho»t th. el r. the streets are rendered frightfully * en-*, tbe expecUtlons betahff that the orderly trial of strength will prove a safety valve of sufflclant six* to let out all ths surplus envrgtc* of ihc hostll* Bophontore* and fr**bm*n. Today a cob I ar* nee of several pronilasBl upparcli lh the I'lflre of Prof. R, I. Green, chairman of the aludeai affair* com- Hint..-, aod a deflnll* *gr**m*ot made to carry the plan into execution. Final arrangements for the ui.-. tins of th* Ifelllgsreat force* dn*ty to tb* thousands of wage worker* who ar* compelled to trudge where there ar* no sidewalks. Wanting under such condition* la not conducive to good temper and th* p*o- wsa^alla-dt1'*'' *** b**,***'Blt w cotnplala of tbn hardship inflicted apon inesn by th* arrogance of tbe Ka*tern-owned cor* porallon on the on* *ld* and tb* Insistence of the union on the oth*r. Public sentiment to about evenly divided aad while It Is generally ad- A CAR-IOAD OP Rigb Grade Pianos 1>-msg<-d In Bhlpinrat, 10 be t-aold rrg»nll<-*B of n-*t. Oaly Use cswes sre injure*l. The Chlckerlng Quarter- Grand sold to the Dally Palo Alto Time* wss not In this shlpmsnt It Is on the w-ay from the factory la Bostoa, with * delayed car-load. We guarantee It to be In p**rfect condition. Bcnj. Curiaz 4V Son 1*15 Van Nea* Avewne. Han ITaotf Im o. Near California Street STANFORD i'i:< .1 i --' .i: WANTS HTATK I'OMITIOX. J F. I! 'Mii>io|i*.tin Heeka Itepuhlft sn NoRilnsllon for -<i|~ 1 o.i.ml. 111 of He-ltoola. F. E Thompson, liiattruclor of pe-1- agogy st Stanford, has announced his ..iii!;,:-.. f Ctrl 8Ut* Sii|a*.iia.tel»-I*.t*i- of School*. Thompaoii will run 00 tbe Republican tlckut If nominated. He Is a graduate of Stanford, class of 11-01, department of education, where tee reci-lved the highest honor. Ho waa connected with the Ssn: Francisco norms! school and was for tore*, years bead of ib* d«psrtmet.ti of education in the Han Diego normal school. Since then be has been ■ ■1-j.oin'i 'I *a Instructor of psdagogy; at Stanford University. He Is well' known throughout lb* state and' thoroughly understands hto subject if.. 7-k *"*..». itnhtad that tqre* dollar, to «H aa wa, left la^ the band, of the **» ^ D# preweal .nd a list of simple nm,wtk on th6X,(ori_ of „ Blectf1a wer. adopted to govern lb. con- ^ ,. ni r#gr#1 ^ .„_ tent In efft-cl they are as follows.. ^ nm M( hw ^ tTO|d-4 ' imo nn*«* e,M-**-fn.i th* difference. ..tiled by soma means tbat would hav. aaved thn public from snch Inconvenience. shall assembl* for th* "gam*" at m\ call front the upper classes, sad shall! r-c assigned opposite gists of the football stadium on the university The prevalence of labor trouble* 'In Ssn Pranclsco I. bound to .hurt The opposing force* .ball be equal- g,,, FfftncllM.0 ln t„. __,*, ^clal- lied Ib number* and slreugth In case ,r M tn#t, m mt UrfM M industrt- th«ra 1. sny groat disparity between „„ ^.s ^ COWint*lmm -Krtbblera them la these -respects and aball M*. -*-,,_,, m mttftr ,irlng b>* writing up on either side of the center of the for Kft.lern Journal, lhat have got Held. At a given signal a Urge-|thf, tMMB tQ dlscrlmtn*te between •Ixcd Rugby football shall be toaeed ,hi, wb,e*, U tro. .„,, -j,.- WB|ch vial., Old MadrnU lUtk. At tt o'clock last evealng 1.71 mv trlculstad students bad registered for the coming s«me«t*r This number exceed* by navarly 100 th* first day registrations Ust y*sr. when only 171 old students signed np. Manager Barrett received "IS assessment*. 394 ot which w*re patd by women and 479 by men. The** figure* -compare favorably with *thoae of th* first day last year, when only •tl snaassiuenta had be*n racetved. Wednesday, August It.-— Raymond Hornby of Redlaods. who to now in Europe, will return to tb* university at lb* beginning of next semester. The bond election at Mountain View Monday resulted lo a vote of "1 to I In favor of bonding tbe town for 110.000 10 complete Ibe municipal waterworks. Tha b*w tower! wtsfch waa nndrr en-strae.!os -wax damaged by the earthquake to snch an extent that it will have to be on- llrely rebuilt. between ihe Iwo side* and tbe contending fore** ahali try to carry the ball over their opponents goal Urn- No definition* are given of tht) nuitbods by which tltU msy bo accomplished, ths tdca belag'that all methods will b* sanctioned as long aa they ar* fre* from ugaacasssry rougbne* er biulallty. ' Eight referee* shall b* appointed. four by the president of each iipperj clsss. snd ll will bo their buslnessj to prevent rougbne** and unfair play, • such as the using of flats in the encounter. There shall be Iwo halves of tblr-j l» minutes each. Bad St Ihe explra-j ttoa of this time, tbe side which j ba* scored the moat goal, .hall b* accounted victor aad .bait hav* pos- saaslon of th* ball. Upon signal from any of tba refsrsa*. th* game may b* .dopped at any time This is as Instance of Ihe ethical Cod* wblcb will govern the.*' future undprllB(pa*taolnFe.dslti-t*taolnrdlu tourneys of prow*** between tbe underling, of tbe university. A definite- hour for tbe contest has not yet i" - ti announced, but 1-9 o'clock next Saturday morning to considered a favorable time. Among tho** present at today's conference •mmtm E. P. Stotl. Jsmee F. I_magan,| ' G. J. Prsaiey. J. c. McK*nand. C. F. laBumel.ter, J. 1: Campbell, 3. S Stanford. P. C. Edward*. A. J. Chal mere and C. A. Beardaley. la false. A correct view of tbe situation would do tb* city no barns, for all would recognlie In th* pr**-, (Continued 00 pag* atz.) Hear the STANFORD RINK Orchestra SKate on the smoothest floor Ib the v»Hey. Admission - 25 Cents Including Skates HIGH STREtT Nest to Mslls-a's H*l) Is spit* of tbe fact tbat bis nreo- plaae has failed oa numerous occasions. Prof J. J. Monlgomery of BanU Clara College be. decided to make another public ascension, this ilme Bt Vetlelo. IslvrrsHy Calrnd**. Aug. 10—Thursday. Instruction bagins. Sept 2—Sunday. •alatrlculallon, sermon In old chapel. JOHN O'FARRELL Contract Gardener New Uwru * 5-Ktiall* AflW*rk Agns (a* Caiiloraa* Fnttttsas Work* *X * •* Sr-r-ia-araton *jTatra»ai* •Mac 1st ltd
|Title||Palo Altan 1906 August 31|
|Date of Publication||1906-08-31|
|Number of pages||12|
|Place of Publication||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Publisher||S. W. Charles and Joseph H. Timmons|
|Source||Microfilm collection in Rinconada Library|
|Coverage||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Rights||Material in the public domain. No restrictions on use.|
|Publication Title||Palo Altan|
flu* fain Ipviit
PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 31. -I9CK3
ELECTRIC RAILWAY YEAR'S CALENDAR FRESHMEN TO MEET
COMINGJOCAMPUS OF WOMAN'S CLUB SOPHSINA"GAME"
HALR ROAD STATION TO BE AT EXCEL 1.EXT SERIES OF MEET-• RIVALS TO DO Hlill.i: SATt'R-
GATEWAY FROM LAJ4VK.N ST.: l**...-. TO FDLUIW NEXT DAY MOHNI.NO FOR KVPKKM-
H'li.lMl Ko\ii. WEEk'K Olt,SI.SU KKl ' i-IM.s >> . IN I.i «. 1.1 ti«. I mi.
; New Line Will Keep Oo**- lit Foot- Hnbjecta of i..ii. i,.l liift-rest lo La
' hills aad IVt-lssWy Will r..i.ii.<< I Hi* tutted l--f..r.- I lie Member*
1 With Palo Alto. fas Well Kaown -.-...... .-.
Telephone Main 21 Forest and Alma