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SPECIAL NOTICES. LOST-A dark bine **rf-**|**l**( i Uaad with black and atnte allk. Under please leave at Stmklii'a aiore sad raOflvo reward. ST " NOTICE- The jouas tooa wbo look a Si-call ber S. A W. h •.a-tii'-M-".-. i-BTolreT from Its Stars' at Malien a IU1I. Blgbl Of Hit. la Wo..**a II retorasd to thla oSk* pr-ltr-tag ruriberik oei OttterwUei rlmlDal [in.... litl.ii; -a-ill 1«- t-r.-uu □ a Mangle. Apply KUR SALK-ln Palo Alto: oac t**o-**.ied cOTered carrlaf e, oae eortrOd pbaetoa, alia earaesa robes and blanket*. Addroaa. '" HedlDK. lin Pacific Ave., B»n Fraaolaoo. TYI'ElVRlTKllJw-I^LSlriilrJ^abaw Commerclst Vlalblo tjpowriiar. It ooats, nitr dollars and baa many |-nut* of supcr- lorily ..i-.-r mrtOblD-ei that sell (or twloo Sa tttnt-h. . I til. . BUGGY IFOR S^LE-llubrjer-tlrod.ball br»r- lofl. Stodtbaksr eater, naartr sew. Atao hanioaa, robaa aad ausdrlea, all praotloallf new. Isqulro ot i*. *d. Mullen, or al V Cfaannl. t Ave. »U OAltUAOE - Hoberl l.nfll.ti baa alarl-d Garbs-pi ramofal ssrslca -sad bis wag******* will aaka (tally uipa. Write blm at tbe Palo Alio posmooo, or leave orders at Um oRloset J.J. Morris. Reasonable terns. •"■■ Curs that miMrable cold wilh lha SUnford Cold Tablet, msatdactursd and told at the Sun lord Ph*r<n*ey. WANTtD AT OWE-A girl to dp Iroht house* housework. Good aalarf. Call at 637 a atreet. 21-21 Drop in at Wilson's and gat one of those genuine Mexican Tarns 1-as. The SUnford Plunnscy, Irmewn as the Leiitng PrrKripticm Druggi*.**, will give ytMir prcrKriptioo CAteftd lUrntion, gusrsn* teeing accuracy and Ihe purest drugs aod chemicals. CONTRACTORS A.- .W. CAULKINS eoNTaacron a amenta' Solo A gen l Tor Millar's Patent boor-Jamb Adju*ter— ahould bo on ever** door. Modal ms*r R H. WALKER Architect and Superintendent Omce—a* l*aratlasoa UlocH. H- sMsm i - Krcrraon Sir--; and Lytton Avenue. PMa* Bias ran. p W. MOSHER ^' Com.actor and Buildei K.itman** promptlt furulahe.1 on all kloda ot MlldlofS. P, O. Boi-OS, I'alo Alio. Cal H. L UPHAM Contractor snd Builder Plans turalibed. All work luaraoioed. Hor* IhSD tfcoir -reara' experience. RssldSOOS, 4U Klpllnc Si P. O. sddreaa.lk.xW. PaloAlto. Uood tosne art .(■ .too 'or bull-line purpoae*. W T W WELLS " • Contractor and Builder Eatlmatea Blv.-n pi-r-i-aptlr- Realdcnua MA Hyron Street, near Uol-versltr Avcour. m. SOUTHWOOD BRICKLAYER AND CONTRACTOR Cbimaers. Msntel* sod l*1repls*«* a Speclalir CM ma or* Clusnod and Repsired. Tel.black ail T A. PREWITJ 0 . BRICK LAYlR and CONTRACTOR Uriel; Maatela. Klreplacea and Cblaiafyo a •pearlaltj. T3U Wctmier Birecl, Palo Alto. I-Bone Red KM. flZQ. H. BENTLEY U CONTRACTOR FOR PLASTERING MI kinds or new work la thl* lias and repair. IsedoBc i:.tnt.ati-> glu-en. Leave order* at rcaldcore VA Hamilton \n.. or at ufiloo or Architect Walker. Parkinaon Illock. PHAS. WAY ■L» CONTRACTOR .*- Katlmstca lurnlabcd tor llrleblajlns*. Plaster las aad Coeet*>t<- Otceat Sldsa alka a Sp-ei- ally. OSoe, Stroaer A Baektts. Tel. Red ins. H 0. HATHAWAY Painting, Graining Tirltng, Papsting GLAUMEISTER BU1L0ER Kstlmstes oa oil klod* ot work. Postofiloe Um -il. Palo Alto. Cal. pHARLES R. DETRICK w Real Estate snd Insurance Local orBoo ol David Bosh a Aon, Saa Pran- elaeo. Wslls-Parso A Oo'i. Building. Tel. BlsokOl. ChaS. Ackusv W. Tl.'***.: ACKLEY & TURNER -**-■ ORNKKAL CONTRACTOK*. CobotxIQ sidewalks, curbs nod <<■■■'■■■ walla foundallou and collar work Pia-iterli.K— Speelalty. Katlmstca aod lUda [urn lulled. OHlco com.-r llawtbOTBe aad Waverljr street. P. O. Box tm. OTTO SCHROEDER SIGN and Pictorial Painter Ue-.ln.ner ami Wairot* Lntisrer. ft***) High Hi C________ CARDENTER AND CABINET SHOP * Undertaker and Embalmer Oflce and ReildeDoe. til KIpllBj. Strast. Konaarj l -ar*-.' aad Wararoom*. 4*J Co--***r Strael. Pfauan Black 171. * A PALOALTO LOIKIK. No. 3«, P. aod A. M. Sprctit Meet'.BK. Satordsy.Oet. I'lb 3 p.m. Tbtrd IJ-r-f-f**. Br order or ibe tf, M. W. C. WRllllV. SecnMary, lo Alio Lodao No. a«. K. ot P roe.-u.very Tburadar evcalos NEWS OF THE TOWN. Tho town trustees, will meet In regulnr session tomorrow nlgbt. Mrs. Etta M. Lucas Is visiting ber patents at Ltrermore (or a f«i days. Tho Plug Ugly extravagani'ii, "Tbe Fall of a Star," will be produced on October 3Utb. Dlok, tbe bootblack, haa erected a stand on High atreet near tho avenoo and la ahlulng op tbtugs on his own account. Mr. and Mra. ("twrge Mosber aud MIbb .\ ill-mi Moeber are duo to arrive tbls wook from tbeir visit to Nova Scotia. Three office rooms In tbe Dudfleld- Dean building bare beeu leased by a dentist from Valleju, wbo will move here In a short time. Tbe following telegram waa received from Mrs. Stauford yesterday from Colombo, India: "Arrived safely, plea^nt voyage, ail well." Mra. Norrls S. Smith, wbo bas been iu Siskiyou county for some months, was here tbe first of tho wook, She left again Weduesday for Mendocino i*.unity, where she will spend tbe winter. Mrn. ami MIbb Parker, mother and sister of the Rev. George L. Parker, rector uf All Saluts, arrired this week from Hostou aod will reside bere permauoutiy. J. 11. Daley on Weduesduy sold to Thomas Forbes bis residence at ITi blverett avenue. It la rumored tbat Tom Is soon to take uuto himself one of our popular youug ladlee. K. \V. Thompson of Palo Alto, wbo graduated from Stanford In 1901, and la now taking poat-graduate work at Columbia University, bna been mado leader of tho glee club nt that institution. Mrs. Dora I_ne baa leased the lot on the avenue adjoining tbe alore of the Ferguson Fumlturo-Compuuy uud will at ouce open a abootlng gallery. A tent structure will be elected for the gallery. Tbe Uouventiou of Amerlcau Hankers will open in Bun Fraucisco uoxt Tuesday. Among tbe excursions arranged Is one to San Jose, with a stop at Palo Alto aod Stanford, on Saturday, the 2Ub. Somo time ago Sauta Clara olfered tin- s.mill.-in Pn.-iti,- Company 011)00 bonus, provided a new 'depot were built aud the grounds fixed up. No reaponau whs secured uud tho olfer has been withdrawn. N. C. Glider, Stauford, '03, bas tr-ecu appoluted chemist for the Union Sugar Company ut Hetturnvlii, this State. Noab was one of the very populai etudeuto nud a host of frieuds will be pleased to bear that he Is pleasantly located. Dr. Fleckeuateln, who chdio to Palo Altu about a year ago und baa aluce been studying in Sao Franlcsco, bas arranged to open dental parlors on Taj-mo atreet. He la a graduate of Leipaic Unlvesity. Mrs. KHukousteln le a sister ot Mtss'Alberta Whlsmati. There Is on exbibltlou iu thu wiu- dow of Ibe Stanford Phuriiinoy a beautiful blonde dull, elegantly dressed. It will bo rallied at tbo St. Thomas fair, at twenty-live cents a chance. Tbe doll waa donated by Mr. Sctuiou was er, tho San Fniuolaoo merchant. *A* 11. Allen and wife were lu town yesterday aud leased a residence otr High street, near Kverett Hrunuo. Mr. Alton fa the proprietor of tho new hardware store that is tu be opeued In tbe Dud Held-Dean block. Mr. Allen's father and mother will live here tvltfl tbem. Tbe Mutropolltuu Orchestra, from tbe Metropolitan Opera House of New York, will give a concert at Assembly ball ou October '27th. This Is ii (ull urcbontrii uud ouo or tlio boat In tbo Uuited States. It will appear In California ouly at Sau Fraucisco. Los Angeles, Sacramento and Staufonl. Tbo si ni. i di.i Inn .will bo rtKipuued ou Monday by Mrs. Tluluii A. Curter uf Sau Francisco. The Interior uf tbe building bas beeu nmo dele 1 aud repalut-cd. It is hoped that tbe Inn can Imi Hindu profitable, but If Ibe putrouiigu proves lusulllcieut the place will be closed at tbe end of a month. . Tbe Stauford freshman team wou Ita first victory Tuesday afternoon In u giimc with tho Suutu Clara College eleveu, thu score belug 1- to 0. The t freshmen played well, aud as Ihe __i Sauta Clara buys outclassed lletkeley 3 The Bank of Palo Alta J| i"" «mm' !"*' »'?«k„ "'" "f"1 ";""' ***- feels coulldout that It chii win against Berkeley. Iter./(>eo. L. Parker bad an uuwel- come trsptirience Thursday afternoon wit boyTii iiaway team. He hud n lie- $mmmmtmmWiltmml%r, Tbe Misses Hrothers have returned from SeabHgbt, **be(t- trn-.\ bad been for some mouths. Downing at-Sun have the contract for excavating for the-uew library building and began work tbls morning. Mlsa Maude Hint, wbo baa been timciiiiiK In tbo Philippines for poat two year*, arrived bome tbe Brst of tbe week. The Palo Alto Poultry Market bu just received a large lot of choice poultry, and will Oelirer ail orders pruiniply. Office at &:10 Emerson; phone Red 35s\ Tbe orchestra wblcb has Imo listing In tbe services Sunday evenings at tbe Presbyterian ■■ln,rcli will take part lu the service**/ at tbat cburcb next Sunday evening. Mrs. Wills, wbo camo bere some months ago to be witb ber daughter, Mrs. Geo. I.. Parker, during ber last Illness, will return sooo to ber home In New Haven, Connectlcot. ''Up* round trip rate [of 91 mi ac count or th<; game tomorrow ta good for others beside students. Tickets will be sold for"TOT" uiurulog trains, good roturolug uutll Miunlny iii-jUj; A. S. Ferguson, preatdeut of the Hoard uf Library Trustees, bas signed tbe contract witb L. S. Bean for tbe -construction of tbe 'library building. The structure is to be com* pletud lu 160 days from October 1*1 tb. The stake* bave already beeo set for the fouudatlon and excavation work will bu begun nt once. • ' J u in on Bly, whose arrest on tbo charge of stealing a wheel was noted Id tbe lost issue', bad a bearing before Justice Cbarlea ou Weduesday and was held for trial before tbe superior court. Tbe whnol which ho sold was stolen from i. student. DepOty Dlsrlct Attorney Fitzgerald was present at the bearing. PROMOTION WORK. Tbe California Promotion Commit. tee Issues a statement of Ua work for September. There wererecelevd dnr- lug tho month 11!00 letters ut luqulry and 4128 letters were mailed lu answer to inquiries, while 14,050 pleeee of literature wero distributed. Duriug tbo mouth tbo committee issued Ufteeu articles ou subjects of geuoml Interest lu tbe State nud clippings received sbow tbat these articles were quoted by publications outside tho Stato that represented an ag* Kregato circulation of 1 ,r»82,00O. Mucb froe advertising wns also so- curod through tbe efforts of tbe committeo. Records of tho Southern Pacific ahow thut frum Septombor 1Mb to October 1st tbo low colonist rates brought 3851 | • "i I.- to California. The demand for envelops witb atHtlatlrs regarding California printed tho'reon coutlniioauxcelloiit, uml matiy repent orders aro being received; 23,000 of these envelopes%bave beeu sold nt cost to date. The books published by tlio committeo continue to iu in active demand, *nud lu'-uiric*. iro coming iu frum all parts of the United States, aud liberally fiom foreign countries. Tbe distribution to Scpttuiilxtr 30th hits been us followa: Suu Fraucisco uud Theruubunts," lO.lMlO copies; "California Addresses by Pieeideut Roosevelt," Mf"*"' copies; "San l-'rnucisco and its En- Irons,'* 2,970 eoples; "Cullfqfiilu Today," 3,019 copies. Total, 18,- 337 copies. SPECIAL INFORMATION. Tbu sale of seats for KlnVv A: Kr- laugor'a Htupeuduous production**"tif Ken Hur," to appear at tbe Graud 0|>era House, Sau Francisco, for tbe entire month of November, atartiug Novuiubep 2d, witb apttclid mutinous ou Wedneaday mid SiitTurduy uf each week aud extra matinee on Thanksgiving Day, will open at tho Graud Opera House boxoiilco on Thursday; morning, October 29. .This fa tbo only place where tickets cuu bo bo- cured. Tbe scale of prices will be as foi- ■ Iowa: Proscenium boxes, 02.bO; en-] tlio ,.1 cii.-.'-t nt. 82; Logo boxes, #2.50; * Palco boxes, 82.&0; dress circle or first balcouy, 81."»U; family circle or, second balcony, 81 ;g»Uoty, *".*i cents. itJHtiinni prices aiutie us night. Mull orders will bo promptly attended to. In tho order ol their receipt, wbeu accom|*uied by n remit- :e. Those writing for tickets roust enclose stamped, solf-ail-*dl--osiHtdn eu- velopo for reply, und should specify explicitly for whlcb performance the seats are desired. Posllituly uo telephone orders for aeuta takeu und uo children uuder five years of age will be admitted. CHURCH NEWS. Memorial Church—Services Suuday morning at 11, conducted by Chaplain Gardner. Services and organ recital from 1 to o In tb* afternoon. Samuel Savannah, tbe noted violinist, will play two numbers nt tbe recital. L Congregational Cburcb—Will meet iibual Mt Fraternity ball. Morulug •nirv'i.v at 11; Sunday scbool at 12:15; Tbuus People's Society at 0:30; evening Bervlco at 7:30. Tbe pastor, Rev. C. G. Saldwlu, will preacb in tbe morning and tn tbe eveuiug will complete Profesaor Cbsyos's stadias of tbs later period of Israel's history. All Saints Cbnrch-Sunday, October 18, 19tfa after Trinity: 8 a. in., Holy Communion; 9:30 a. m., Sunday aobool; II a. tti., uiurnlog prayer and sormou; 7:30 p. m., eveolug prayer and further review of "Tbs Simple Life," by Cbas. Wagner. Sat urday, October 17, 6 p. njjjjraaWrt-g of tSe Daughters of tbo King iu tbe Vestry. Baptist Cburcb—Corner Hamilton avenue and Dryaut streets. 9:45 a. tn., Sunday Scbool. Regular proach- iug .-i-i i ii both murnlug and eroding. Morning subject, ''Opportunities aod Difficulties," evening subject, "Eternal Lite." Tho Youug Peoples SooltiLv meets nt 0:45 p. in., topic, "Great Men of tbo Hible: Wbat Moses Teaches." Prosbytorlan Cburob—Tbe uaual Ntirricea will be hold on tbe Sabbatb, the Hible aohonl lu whlub ant classes for all, at 11 a. m., and the Christian Endeavor services wbicb iovite tbe luterest aud cooperation of.sll people Interested lu' youug people's work. Tbe quarterly cummuiilnii servictis 111 be beld at 11 a. m. lu tbe eveuiug at 7:30 Mr. Smith will deliver tbe luat of tbo aorlea of addresses on tho iiibjaot of "Gods Teachers," tbo specific theme boiug "Tbe MosBago of tbo Mountains.** An orchestra will assist in tbo services. You are in* rlted. CONCERT TICKETS. Tickets for the series of Chamber concerts have been placed on salo at Mitcbeltree's music store uu Unlrer- ity uveuuo. A delay bna boon caused hy the tardiness witb -wbicb the subscription blanks were turned in. It Is hoped tbot subscribers will redooin tholr eubBcrlptiouB and procure their tickets, whether for tho series or fur single concerts, as soon as possible. As soon as Ujo subscriptions are lo an opportunity will bo given for tbo drawing ot reserved Beats. It is hoped thut ull this work may bo done <■■■ soon as may bo poeslbl-* so tbat tbe committee cau proceed with tbe concerts. Thoao who have not eulrscrlbod but who desire tickets mny procure tbem ut tbe muaic storo. Thero will ba a drawing for reserved seats nt Pnlo Alto and ou tbe campus at the name time . s.-i.tin.ni'* \i*,t Canal. The *Rlii*uic to build n ship canal through Scotland hns treen nf*.provt*tI by the Ilrltlah coverninrnt. Tlie enntil will Ih* mado from the Firth of Forth. on the North neii. when, il great nnviii baae is being roustructcd by the nd* -mlralty. to the ("tyi*-**. n dlainnce of for tyimlle-i. and tbe cost In estimated nl r'Aihfi.i.n. Commercially, the enniil tvrruld linvi- great vulue In ahortetilng tho route from the North and Baltic seaa to Quebec and New York. There Ib hardly a proposition concerning municipal Improvements ur tbe public welfare suggested iu Santa Clara tbat doea uot develup opposition and create discord. If the people thero do uot meud their ways lu this regard Siiutu^Claru will ronuiln the sleepy old mlualuii tuwu" for years to come. — Brace up with one o( Ihosc Knlckcr- bockcr Shoulder Braces. Something new and practlcab'r, being shoulder brace and tiapcnder combined. All met. idifitd lor men, wt-j-men sod children. rc*r ulc at the Stanford Pharnucy, opponie Bank. F-. E. PETERSON Machine and Gas Engine Work SPECIAL for Saturday PURE WHITE LARD - - 10c lb Eastern Star SUGAR CURED BACON 17^ e KONO COFFEE PICKLES MACARONI • SALMON TROUT FRENCH CASTILE SOAP *■ 21c lb 5c quart 5c Ib 10c each 21c bar The FAIR Remember we Deliver Free TOMLINSON & GARDNER WINTER IS COMING ARE YOU PREPARED FOR COLD WEATHER? Oor Wilson Air-T.Ktit Wood Heaters nre the Inrst made, not simply because *.•«■■ sell them, but because they give better jsatislVitftion than others. PRICES: $2,00 J. F. Parkinson Co. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS G. XV-. RYDER & SON M SOUTH FIRST ST., SAN JOSK j The lau.1 c.lcn.l.s .clcomplrif .1... . f m: m f.-.r > .■ I. , .,... =,. le tb. £.1, I ...... :.i.:i:., ...... , .;.,,....., .- ... I. i,.|.mI Bu, Idles ts^sisisg^is9ssis^sff!s&sff!pgis&sa^.^scssjsis^&saaisfagt woosos M„l»I...Ht.a at To, IS.ip-l um.-,. S.S, Cllfornl... S, TACOMA MILL CO. REDWOOD CITY PALO ALTO Mannfacturer ami Itaaltrr* In t'mt *r.4 kt,lw,,.,.l LUMBER, SHINSLES. POSTS, ETC. EOWIN 0. FOX, MANAGER 'Ottloi: Wulls, Fargo it Co., opp dopot Autonwb! I<-amt Mnti" __ rCrcic RuaMsf. f.rinil- j ing. fH.ll.liliiK. MtKl.rl Work, inaaa and Iron i:utl(iHB. Niuitr-I I'latlSK. KlFi'lrltiSl Koliairlnil » c t. V > 1 & Something New at a rrll'ultu solicit J* « /: Tin u .i .«>-( Safe Deposit Soxes for rent Directors C.tt.ParklaKsa I. HuUbtatott Choi I>. iterx i. I.. Slot *S for rent i:.s. .•.■■.,.- ft?; %e.tftre.e.e.trofofn$ ery team thnt coucltidml to mnko u record und near Addlsou areutie and llryaut street tbe carrlsge was orer- turned. Mr. Parker's bands and faoo *.*•'■] i* slightly dlsllgurod and tbo carriago was badly wrecked. It is --U.1 tbat tho reductluu u( the number of iiasseugere trains un tbe Southern Pacillc linos is duo to the otfurt tu handle tbu uuormuus iimotint ot fi.'ii'lii thnt Is ii.'it.L- tblppod. Krcry locomotlvo uud every car Is being i-t-■--(■'! intu serTlce. yet i' it- sald that them are 101)0 oars ot lii*].:li' along tho linos In lhe Stute awultlug tu bo mured onst. In au etfort to move this busluess somo or tbe least 11 reei-miry iiaesenger truim- aro lielng taken olf und the vtiginei' uud tlm i-ii*i'. - put Into the freight Borrieo. 30c lb. Earle's : I*. I- ■ *.... H' I -M-M-1- I I I -t"t-^—f--».^-^H Coal Wood F, L. WORfiELL PHONE RED 205 Hay Grain —-i™I l"-*M 1 1 a—- t\ts.rsss,rsjsfj*gjjsss.fj.fsssi i Blended Coffee i i_r 1 •^ Tint boat (totTou un ihe Market 3 Try one puiiiidniu) ynu 3 <Sor/e & Co. % Grocers 3 ****iliUIUiUlUiUiiiiMiliiK J5 It's not an expepiment but an assured.fact that we cure the Liquor Habft in only - days to stay cured. Highest California references. Call or write for free information. THREE DAY LIQUOR CURE INSTITUTE *2 Hull- joi stair-KlNf- llull.litiK . '* ' iti Uoarv Ht:, Han fmnclacn. f
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LOST-A dark bine **rf-**|**l**( i Uaad with
black and atnte allk. Under please leave
at Stmklii'a aiore sad raOflvo reward. ST "
NOTICE- The jouas tooa wbo look a Si-call ber
S. A W. h •.a-tii'-M-".-. i-BTolreT from Its Stars'
at Malien a IU1I. Blgbl Of Hit. la Wo..**a
II retorasd to thla oSk* pr-ltr-tag ruriberik oei
OttterwUei rlmlDal [in.... litl.ii; -a-ill 1«- t-r.-uu
□ a Mangle. Apply
KUR SALK-ln Palo Alto: oac t**o-**.ied
cOTered carrlaf e, oae eortrOd pbaetoa, alia
earaesa robes and blanket*. Addroaa. '"
HedlDK. lin Pacific Ave., B»n Fraaolaoo.
Commerclst Vlalblo tjpowriiar. It ooats,
nitr dollars and baa many |-nut* of supcr-
lorily ..i-.-r mrtOblD-ei that sell (or twloo Sa
tttnt-h. . I til. .
BUGGY IFOR S^LE-llubrjer-tlrod.ball br»r-
lofl. Stodtbaksr eater, naartr sew. Atao
hanioaa, robaa aad ausdrlea, all praotloallf
new. Isqulro ot i*. *d. Mullen, or al V
Cfaannl. t Ave. »U
OAltUAOE - Hoberl l.nfll.ti baa alarl-d
Garbs-pi ramofal ssrslca -sad bis wag*******
will aaka (tally uipa. Write blm at tbe
Palo Alio posmooo, or leave orders at Um
oRloset J.J. Morris. Reasonable terns. •"■■
Curs that miMrable cold wilh lha SUnford Cold Tablet, msatdactursd and told
at the Sun lord Ph*r|