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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - August 8, 1914, Oakland, California Saturday evening. Thu Buwit August 8, 1914. 3 feeding 1915 in Kong breakfast 7 to 10 to tech 11 to 2 Ohsner to sundays 7 to to to we serve special Torres dinner sundays Broadway cafeteria steaks and chops broiled to order a v rec i phone Oakland 2172 music the Post office is next door to us Oakland s excellent cafeteria service Telephone Merritt 125 milk and Cream supplies i rom this Dairy in produced on our Otto ranches at warm Springs and is warranted pure. Telephone orders promptly attended to. 24 e. 17th St East Oakland Cal phone Oakland 2399 Newman Korn co. Wholesale and retail butchers 525 Clay Street Oakland Cal. Colonial cafeteria Street bet. Broadway and Franklim j. Edwards co 820 Washington Street wholesale and retail oysters phone Lakeside 547 the colonial cafe Teria 413-417 thirteenth Street. Of the Broadway cafeteria 1560 Broadway. In the rest room at the Broadway cafe Teria. The Broadway cafeteria uses Golden sheaf bread the reason is simple there is none better and is a very Tonial cafeteria do not leave the Stone has a spacious rest e City in a. Great Many trays tails of cooking food entirely with i room for Iau ies Ith All of the of a n a fret i zen Etc. At the disposal proves Oakland 1075 and 677 wholesale and retail California produce co. Choice fruits and poultry hotel restate rat Aat ship s sep pres .131 eleventh Street bet. Broa Ellray and Franklin Oakland Cal. More Oakland 7783 California fish co. 1 510-12 fifth Street Oakland Cash. Oat la fortunate but when the question of places to eat is under consideration Oaklander know Sav Oakland is in a class by this is especially True of Oakland s cafeterias. The colonial on thirteenth Street Between Broad Way and Franklin has Long been recognized As a place where one can be sure of being served the very Best food that Money can procure. The Broadway cafeteria located on Broadway next to the Post office also has an enviable record for ing to the Public food that is of the Quality first rank. These two cafeterias while alike in Many respects Are very different in others. At both cafeterias clean Cooks or Joefa Are constantly on the Alert to make sure that allem Plo yees Are preparing food just As it is prepared in the Home of the most careful and cautious housewife. The colonial cafeteria was the first real cafeteria la open in Oakland Etc., at the disposal of patrons. This is the Only rest room of its kind in Oakland and its popu Larity is evidenced by the Large num Ber of Young ladies who Dally spend a half hour or More in the Broadway cafeteria room where Many and has been a Success from the windows give perfect ventilation. Start this undoubtedly is due to the fact that the people of Oakland were anxious to take their meals at a place where refinement Comfort Ard excellent food was dispensed in Liberal quantities the Broadway cafeteria. At the Broadway cafeteria next to the Post office one will find Hun uness comes first of Ali then the dress of the same people dining Day Quality of the goods used. The colonial cafeteria. Upon entering the colonial cafe Teria one is immediately impressed with an air of refinement that is Seldom found in restaurants. The ladles who own and manage the co after Day at almost the same tables. Or. Stone the owner of the Broad Way cafeteria has spared no expense in fitting up his cafeteria. Spe Cial attention has been Given to Large automatic Metal covers that Are used so that All foods that should be kept warm May retain their warmth. Or. It has been said that music makes one s digestion better and that be ing True the Broadway has provided or. And mrs. Jacques a. Tillman whose daily concerts make digestion perfect. Taking into consideration the Many splendid features together with free Telephone service and an automobile for a prize to one of his patrons in. Stone ranks As one of the highest class of cafeteria men on the coast. Rawand May Well be proud of the two cafeterias shown above they Are a credit to Oakland and Are be coming More and More popular every Day with the people of Oakland who Are most particular about what they eat _ 515 Clay St. Oakland Cal solid Bulkhead installed on big Tanker at Mare Island. I no first torpedo flotilla now at Mare Island. Jct calf is attached to the de Stroyer and is greatly worried Metcalf to As that she and her Mother in Vienna and expected to remain to Sefki. They have a letter of credit but since this ceased to be Hon ored. Lieutenant Metcalf fears that his wife and Mother May be stranded with out funds. Jars. A Letzau is Well known in Vallejo a graduate from the High school there and is also a graduate of the University of California. Metcalf is a relative of former Secretary of. The Navy Metcalf. Vallejo Man Dies. Vallejo. Aug. Grayson. Of this City passed away yesterday after noon after a Short illness caused by pneumonia. The descendent is survived by a ivies of and a son Harry. Antiseptic laundry finest equipped Plant 40th and Broadway. Pied. 514 Lewis inc. Honey cured Bacon the famous Honey cured Bacon is the Choice of the Broadway cafeteria. Why because it s a Home product. Is made from selected Stock. If s cured in a specie Way by Lewis. It s taste of Salt. Won out by comparison with Eastern brands. In other it s Quality. Lewis Market meats Why Quality and factors to be considered in buying anything. No middleman profits in Lewis Market meats. Ity at lower prices. Large volume of business too necessarily makes Lewis meats worthy of selection. Lewis Market inc., 817 Washington St. Mare Island aug. Island officers expect orders to be issued soon for the marines now camped at san Diego to return to the local station. Tho men left the Xavy Yard several months ago hereafter when any recruits arrive on Board the receiving snip intrepid at Mare Island the officers of the vessel have been instructed to notify them that retiring gun is fired at 9 o clock every night. This order is due to the fact that recruits do not understand the system. According to Mare Island officials who have visited the Sawyer tract North of local naval station which is now be ing reclaimed by the North american dredging company very Little mud uses Caping from the levees into the Back Bay no the tule Weed had a tendency to Hom the Silt. A solid Bulkhead All riveted weighing Over pounds at the building ship and hoisted into place on the Tanker Maumee yesterday by the Hull department mechanics. Naval officer s wife in Europe Mare , aug. Those who Are reported to be stranded in Europe Are mrs. Louise Menefee and her daughter mrs. Martin k. Metcalf wife Ware Island notes 1 Mare Isi and Angr. Shopfitters helpers and four shipwright helpers were called today by the Hull department officers. It is estimated that it will take the North american Dredger about thirty Days time to Complete the deepening of tha Straits on the Mare Island Side of the Channel. The Cruiser St Irmis is expected to Arnova at Mare Island Home time next week to have her sixteen boilers re tubed. No More code messages or non neut no radio Grams will be sent to any of Tho for Elgon ships in Pacific Waters by any of the radio plants on this coast Accord ing to an order received at Mare Island yesterday from the Navy department. Naval constructor p. H. U. S x., has resumed his duties at the Yard after a visit to Long Beach. Surgeon s Hoen u. S. A. Has been ordered to temporary duty with the Reserve at Fagot acting1 dental surgeon 3 d. Halleck n. S. N., has been detached from Yard and to will join the Maryland now in mexican caters. I the try Butth operates Fht largest Job printing Plant in Alameda Conn to. Good work at reasonable 1 Geo. W. Caswell co. Fine coffees 0na i was 530-532-534 Folsom Street s. F. Telephone Kearny 3610. C. A. B. Read 585 twelfth Street sunny slope Eggmann produce company 377 eleventh Street Oakland Hayward s guaranteed strictly fresh eggs. Fidelity hams Bacon lard and salad butter. Cheese and poultry. Only the very choicest of meats Are served by the colonial cafeteria. Furnished exclusively by n Gash state Treasury on Coin basis Roberts tells of work. Sacramento aug. State treas Ury of California is on a strictly Coin basis according to the statement of state treasurer Roberts yesterday. Confirm nyx tory of his interview Only 29. In he said the state had Money to loan on statutory ers Days that several Banks in various parts of the state availed them selves of the Opportunity and Are return ing their City and county funds and Tak ing state funds in lieu thereof. Sacramento aug. War in Europe will prevent the exhibition at the state fair Here in september of several prize draft horses that were to be shipped from prance and Belgium. The horses were being imported by Ruby and Bower s of Davis. Yolo county and had been entered at the fair. Marysville aug. H. Taggart one of the Best known citizens and chief in s reer of the water works fit a Wheatland was arrested in a raid con ducted by the state Board of pharmacy at Wheatland today. He had a Large Quantity of opium in his Possession. A Usalla aug. J Mackinnon a three Rivers rancher met a horrible death at his Mountain Home when he trapped himself in the House with a piano that to Tetove in a i Irv and was burned to death. Both legs acid arms were burned off when Tho body was found Lack Lennon had evidently discovered his House in flames and tried to remove Tho furniture. Fresno aug. His family drank of Perm infected Wate at the City sewer farm with fatal result to a baby girl joint r. Lor damages against the City of Fresno. Los angles aug. Ellery Hale director of the Carneglia so Lar Observatory at mount Wilson will undergo an operation for append cats at the Pasadena Hospital. Mrs. Hale his wife who is Rushing to his Side from new Haven conn., is duo to arrive in Pasadena today. Stockton aug. Prominent Resi from congressman Charles f of Rev. Stations that Tho Secretary of War 1ms approved the pro pro l new Bridges Over old and Middle Rivers. The colonial cafeteria serves the Best Coffee that Money can buy. Mccarron s Coffee is served exclusively at the colonial Lye j Mccarron s Coffee is roasted in or City Yon 1 o la com buy Coffee at any grocery store in air tight tins. C. Mccarron co. 972 28th Street. Oakland 8825 this year to smash ail previous records. This will to particularly True of the seed less it is stated that the qual Ity of fruit will he better than Over. Picking of Tho shapes will the next few weeks. Personals. Or and mrs. W. 8. Rheem till it where knead big the summer with a Dart of filet la. Us. A Ltd Mhz. W. T. 8aldwh? in Conr for a few weeks. Jahe3 Nicholas Gnu Fannir Hopr. Nett Are Tiltins relative in Sarrau Neoto. E w. A. Horn tue t. M. C a. It a m Tirc of to i of that inst Triton told in Vallejo. Or. Ait mrs. A. Baker accompanied by s. W. Baier Are in route to Taboe per automobile. W. 0. Tooze been hulling Santa Croz and als Llomar for Serral r. L. Fini was a pal tired at a Bat Flem hotel during the week. Mrs. L. Dieter is the Rawert of tier mrs. Baldwin to Vallejo Vetn t Marysville aug. In Sutler and tuba counties expect the grape crop j. W. Ward is in sort around miss a Kamena n Vii l at her cot Marc at o him Wrol height s. Hrs. G. P. Marcus Nurt Hare i Monterey Owr Seaton. Unknown Man robbed Lef tying in Park Francisco aug. With his pockets turned in Side out and with e Flash Light lantern and a mysterious key with Peculiar letters scratched upon it by his Side an unidentified Man was found unconscious in ports Mouth Square Early this morning by patrolman Hymand and died at Day Light at the Central emergency hos Pital. Evidence Points to murder. It is believed that the Man was slugged robbed and left dying on the on the Clay Street Side of the Square. R Ai Roiman came upon the Man he was breathing faintly. The officer after sending him to the Hospital searched for a Cle to his assailant he discovered a. Flash Light which had evidently been dropped and a Skelton key we Edh bore words married. S. T. B be 3." the Man s pockets been robbed. An examination by or. Michelson closed the fact that he was suffering from cerebral hem Sorhage. Tho no Llop eur therell in several j but were Unah e to shed any Light upon the affair. The Man is described As Between "3 and 40 years old medium height wears a Black Mustache and Bald

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