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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - September 26, 1916, Oakland, California                              TUESDAY EVENING JU6HE5IS SDaklattD Cnbune SEPTEMBER 26 1916 7 Governor of State Persists in Glory of Limelight As It Reflects Presence of GOP Presidential Nominee Candidate Firm of Voice Gains Enthusiastic Commen dation of His Talks on Amer icanism and Dem Criticism j Chinese Object to Land Would Increase Smaller Coins Plans for MoreChange Are Discussed DENVER Cplo Sept Plans for increasing1 thet output of coins of small denominations particularly pennjes nickels and dimes were discussed at acon ference between F J H von 1 Engelken l superintendent of United States mlnta Thomas An near superintendent of theDen ver mint and T W H Shana han superintendent of the San Francisco mint According to Von Bngelken the demand forthese cojns as wall aa quarterp is unprece dented a condition he attributes tp the general prosperity of the country The Denver mint Is working sixteen hours a day and the San Francisco and Philadel phia he said were work Ing twentyfour hours a day By PERRY ARNOLD TOLEDO Ohio Sept of yolce frpm nearly two days of the throat muscles Republican Nom jnea flugheg started his second days tour of Ohjp today in two early morn Ing speephes The Republican buck eye committee arranged a schedule aroused the candidate before 8 oqlock and which fixed fir himfive speeches during the day Alexander Jr his throat Dr L D specialist was on the Job before 8 oqlock when Hughes made his first speech at Find lay and wap kept busy during the raost of ther day with throat pastilles sprays and Hughes fyqlce today did not show any ijeed for the which his Physician spent gettjpg him Jn shape But tho thing Dv Alexander fpars Is thajt Hughes his voice filear wjll hisVvocal chords Hughes an Impatientpatient who like to bother with sprays and gargles when his voice sounds fairly good It was Ajnerlcattlsm and the tariff Whtph the G O P nominee preached mpgt In his swing northward across Ohfb today In addition ho dwelt forcefully on the Adainson bill com promising the railroad strike Ho was given an enthusiastic everywhere reception One thingwhich bothered Hughes managers op the tour today was tie perslatent way lii which Governor Willis of Ohio contrived to project himself into the limelight In tho parade at Dayton yesterday they out that the Republican gub ernatorial Nominee stood up in his which fpljowed Hughes In the and took full advantage any cheers which Hughes appearance evoked remainedseated during this stunt At the Dayton fair grounds tljey also rioted that Willis spoke the longest despite efforts to him short keeping Hughes to speak the early1 morning today Willis also was full of the Tax Plan of Japan SHANGHAI Sept Chinese land tax to be collected under the supervision of Japanese inspectors Is to be offered aasecurity for Japans share of the loan sought by China accordingto a report re ceived here The correspondent of the China Press says that this Ss most serious to Chfna because It means the penetration of the interior by the Japanese financial representatives who wjli be followed by Japanese trppps The manager of the Yoko hama Specie Sank who represents the Japanese ftnanclera interested in the loan proposition has demanded the security of the land taxand ac cording to reports here Premier Tuan ChiJul prefersto sacrifice the loan rather than accept he considers an unreasonable demand Premier Tuari ChlJul considers the surplus of the salt revenue sufficient security r Government Plans Kelp Experiments LO9 ANGELES Sept De partment of Agriculture ia preparing to establish a government experlmentad sta tion here for the development of kelp fertilizer according to J J Turrentine an undersecretary In the departtnent who la here Turrentlno conferred with kelpfertiliser manufacturer here He1 also disclosed the fact that an appro priation of for the development of fertilizer In America will be used here The appropriation was made after tho Germanpotash supply hadbeen cut off by tho war SM CiPli Executive Committee of Men and Women Appointed for Work President Casts His Ballot Unrecognized PRINCETON N J Sept President Wilson cast Ms ballot in the Democratic primaries here today unrecognised by the public glare crowds gathered to polls and Leaving Dayton early in the morn1 greeted by scarcely a dozen acquaint ing Hughes train arrived at CThdlay nnces The President tvas one of the home of Ralph D Cole chairman of iflrst to reach the pglls only thirteen hav the Republican national committee speakers bureau at 8 oclock It was an added stop put oh the acheduie of Coles pJeadinsBAnother stop was added atBowling Green The extra speechesVinadeHughes vburden for tho daygreater but he was feeling fit and took the burden up In the face of pleadings by Mrs Hughes and Dr Alexander After his appearance today Hughes scheduled for three day speeches Ing preceded him in the election booth Immediately after voting he left for Shadow Lawn Ip his COURSE FOR BLIND The San Francisco Assbcl2Uonfor the Blind has nddei a home teaching depart ment under the direction of Miss Mary White Eastman Instruction will be given nil blind or partfatls blind who want to become familiar i with sys tems and appliances used by the blind Port Clinton Sandusky and I will be held Wednesday after then a night meetingatnoons at 1526 California street San Frain Cleveland Cisco An committee of fiftysix members of the PeYnocrptlc State Central has been appointed by Stato Chairman 6 K Gushing for the purpose of carrying on tho campaign in CaUfornia duringthe cpmlrig month W Van Wycto Jr is chairman the executive committee and with him will serve From Oakland Robert M Fitzgerald Mrs F G Harrison from Berkeley H AV Erunk Jirs C C EmsUe from San Francisco 0 K Cushlne Washington Dodge Frank J Henneesy Huso K Asher William B Acton John P Fen Mrs Rose H Gallagher Thomas W Hlckeyj Thgmas E Hayden Samuel 8 Heller T A ReardQn Mrs James Ellis Tucker George F Welch Joseph J Webb Los Angeles William II Humphreys Hamilton H Cotton Isadora B Dockwellor George J Dennis RP Del Valie Wllliani H Joyce W Ona Morton Daniel Slmms Mrs William C Tyler Irfrs George B CTwrch Fresno Nicho las Bowden San JoseThomas J Bran son San Sfatep C M Brown Hedlands George E Catts Stockton Areyle Camp bell San JOSR Will A Dower San An dreas W C Dajla Merced Donlon Oxnard Robert H Do Witt Yreka Thomas W Pwckworth San Ber nardino H F Edson Santa Cruz O L Everts Fresno Miss Mary Fj Foy dena B L Finley Santa Rosa Mrs Robert Potter Hill Sonoma Fred H Hall Baierafleld I J Irwiri San Diego W11 Ham T Jeter Santa Cruz Mrs H J Kilgariff peuramentp John A Livings ton Auburn James M Palmer Napa Mr Force Parker Beverly Hills L F Puter JJureka ClaySeF Purkitt Wil lowsB F Thomas Santa Barbara George Vlco Sacramento W J Webbei Hanford W I Wilson Brawley Democratic Senatorial Candidate Is Greeted SANTA CRUZ Sept S Patton Democratic candidate fop United States senator left here this morning for Salinas and Watsbnyille after a most successful meeting held last evening In Knights Opera House Former Lieuten ant Governor William T Jeter acted as chairman of the evening Men and wo men prominent in the city for business and professional activities were on the platform with the speaker A dinnerat the principal hotel was in honor of Patton before the meeting Before arriving in Santa Cru Patton spoke at San Mateo andRedwood City and was theguest of the Woodrow Wil son Club at luncheon In Palo Alto In the University city he spoke at 1 oclock on the square near tho railroad station During the afternoon he epgke at May field Sunnyvale and Los Gatos President Accused of Being Dictator BOSTON Seiit Attack on PresldentWIlson as a dictator whto Is in effect more powerful under preesnt than any ruler in the world was made by United States Senator wisoks of Massachusetts at the annual dinner of the Middlesex Club last nlglit Senator Weeks cliarged President Wilson with abandoning his party principles wjthout consultation During the past two years the presi dent virtually has dictated wlmt Congress should and should hot do Senatpr Weeks said His course has been in effect a destruction of representative government Albert J Beyeridge of Indiana made what was announced as his first appear ance in behalf of the candidacy of Charles E Hughes He criticised the Adamson bill Whats There Whole wheat is sweet but when you acid the zest of malted barley you have a flavor that no food made of wheat alone possesses The famous food GrapeNuts has a de lightful taste that everybody likes and it lies in the magic of the Then too maltedbarley contains besides its great nourishing qualities a digestive which makes GrapeNuts food particularly satisfying to weak as well as strong stomachs Ready to eat easy to digest every table should have its daily ration of a Reason Grocers Bryan Is Heard in Montana on Campaign HELENA Mont Sept J Bryan in discussing campaign issues here last nfffht spoke in favor of woman suffrage and declared vigorously for pro hibition which is to bedeclded by refer endum in this state November 7 He paid high tribute to Governor S V Stewart and urged the reelection of President Wilson Speakingof prohibition Mr Bryan said If a man should come info this state with the avowed purpose of intro ducing cholera among the hogs you would jail himThe time has come to lift man up to the level of the hog Garden Hose Made LoveJFire Damp Being soaked with a garden hose in the hands of her to the liking of Mrs Hendrlck son 3238 Brlggs avfenue who has fljed suit for divorce from William Hendrlckson recitingthe incident as ftfOI7 ruelty She alsoalleges that the defendant tantalized her bv turning off the gas In their homo forcing her to use candles that he hid food and called her names finally falling to provide for her altogether Mrs Nellie Kahrt wants a divorce from Willis Kahrt whom she charges TOifj neglect Los Angeles Plans WastePaper Day LOS ANGELES Sept Paper day1 has been set for October 8 in Los Angeles by the board of edu cation Paper be cpllected and sold at a ton and the proceeds given to the for the t study and prevention of tuberculosis AS SAN BIEGO Sept Burke who shot and killed John Mugan during an altercation at Oceanside Sunday morning will be held for trial on a charge of murder accordingto tho district attorney of San Diego county The verdict of the coroners Jury was that Mugan died by murder at Burkes hands RAJSEW BOSTON Sept 26rThe 6000 000 needed for the Episcopal ohurch pension fund will be tn hand by March 1 1917 according to assijr ance given by Bishrfp William Lawrence to representatives of pariah commHtees of the Massachu setts diocese L TO GIVI5 PA11TY Athens Chapter 277 of the Eastern Star will give a whist party In tho Masonic Temple Twelfth and Washington streets tomorrow evening Arrangements aro being made to accommodate a large attehd anco of the lodge members and their friends Wednesday Is SHIRTS AND A discontinued line of very desirable shirts and bands Sizes 1 to 8 Specially priced 25c garments garments 35c garments 70c garments WHITE DRESSES made of good quality batiste and embroidered Sizes OO 6 mos to 4 yrs Special Kahns Prize Baby Contest Will Close Saturday Night Sept30 Nine Valuable Prizes Offered HEAVY FLEECY CANTON FLANNEL Yard DOMET FLANNEL Special yard Extra fine WHITE WOOL FLANNEL Yard 36Inch WHITE WOOL SHAKER FLANNEL Yard STAR BIRDSEYE 10 yard piece MATTRESSES a splen did special value 12 c 15c 50c 50c 95c Hemming Free SMALL SKIRTS made of fine lawn med with lace tucks or embroidery 6 mos to 3 yrs Splendid fcCkf values at PAPER DIAPERS worn inside the regu lar diaper Soft absorbent sanitary and comfortable for greatest con venience ever invented for mothers Reg ular price in a package Special lOc All Infants Entered in the Prize Baby Contest Must Be Weighed Before Saturday Night BABY PILLOWS Each DOWN PILLOWS NURSERY PADDING Special yard STOCKINET SHEET ING Yard 60c 85c 36Inch RUB BER SHEETING Yard WHITE ENAMEL CRIB Extra special at BARGAIN WEEK Tennis Flannel Heavy fleecy warm tennis flannel in p in k and blue stripes for night gowns etc Yard American Percale 9c 36 inches wide in dark colored grounds with small dots and figured effects Yard Hemstitched Scrim Hemstitched curtain scrim in cream or Arabian color A re markable Bar g a I n Week value for yard Silkoline Comforters Sllkoline comforters filled with pure white cotton Large size neat patterns and colors Bargain Week 12c Wool Blankets WooUmlxed blankets In gray or white LargeCT C C doublebed size SpeJ DD clal for Bargain Week per pair Exceptional Womens Shoes Values to Lace and button styles in tans patents and dull leathers in vari ous heicht heels all hew upto dato toe shapes Si7es 1 to 4 only Without doubt a wonderful value r New Fall Broadcloths In BROADCLOTHS weare supreme for we have the largest and most complete broadcloth stock hereabouts All sponged and shrunk The leading colors are green blue brown plum garnet gray wine Copenhagen taupe Bur gundy white and black Popular prices prevalj Chiffon An extra value for Chiffon Broadcloths 54 inches wjde yard Chiffon 56 inches wide yard 64 00 50 Plaid Suitings Fancy and Novelty Plaid Suitings In new shadlngs and nejy effects for the Fall season An allwool fabric SO inches wide A splendld value yard fin tliiwoyl Wool Velours Plain and Checker Velour Suitings in new colorings for ilTall This all wool velour Is 54 Inches wide The seasons most popular fabric Per iiua wiuu 1 Qe Taffeta Silks These Taffeta Silks have Just ar rived A splendid quality oneyard wide in all the seasons latest col ors and highly lustrous An ex ceptionally attractive valuo tar yard rous An ox A Miniature Working Model of The Comforter Department of the Califorma Cotton Mills is shown in Our San Pablo Avenue Windows THIS great plant employes over 1000 are the largest retail distributors of the goods manufac tured by the California Cotton Mills in Oakland A moving picture of this Oakland industry is beingshown daily in Kahns windows You will enjoy seeing it v Oakland manufacturers are always assured of a share of Kahns great business Wednesday the Last Day of This Remarkable Columbia Outfit Offer Outfit No 1 For Wednesday Only the Payment of ONE DOLLAR Down is all the 6cash required to purchase any of these splendid Columbia firafonola Outfits With Thirty Seiections On 15 Columbia Double Disc Records Columbia Grafonpla Outfit No I with 30 selections SSI75 Columbia Grafonola Outfit No 3 with 30 selections Columbia Grafonola Outfit No 2 with 30 selections Columbia Grafanola Outfit No 5 with 30 selections S34 75 Columbia Grafonola Outfit No 4 with 30 selections Balance Payable n Week Act is the last day of this offer Outfit No 2 Outfit No 5 THE ALWAYS BUSY S1DRC BARGAIN WEEK Envelope Chemise 69c Embroidered and fjne Val and pd pares laca and medallion effects Values to 9So Bargain Week Special Combinations 48c Jn corset cover and drawers or sklrt mod els beautjfully trim pied Bargain Week special1 Womens Gowns 79c Daisy cloth and tennis flannel gowns In solid pjnk blue and white or pink and blue stripes Ac tual values to 9Sc Spe cial at Corigoleum Rugs For bedrooms bathrooms and kitchens durable washable sani tary Nottingham curtains in white or Arabian color Special per pair Size 3x3 Size 3x46 Size Size 46x6 Size 6x9 Size 9x12 La diesNeckwear Odds and ends of ladles neckwear that sold as high as Choica at two Bargain Week sale prices 25cand48c Lace Curtains 98c Bust Forms Made of good auality paper jnache SJeja to 38 Bargain Special Butter 2 Ibs 72c Eggs Dozen 46c value In 26o ALPINE Dozen 93o 15c Spec 3 tins 35c BEAUTY Special 6 tins 65c 3 tins ASPARAGUSrTqll Reg Special B tins 65c 3 tins35c DEL MONTE PEACHES APRICOTS SLICED PINEAPPLE and PRE 215 6 for 5110 CLOVER LEAF and BABBITT SOAP Rep 5p Special 11 Bars 43s MAGGI Tablets 55o Each 5e MISSION STRING 6 tins 55c tin 100 SLICED 6 for B5e tin 10c TEA 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