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Return reverse half of Guarantee Ticket with 10c. for pack of President Playiog Cards.
TO THE LAND OF
Where living is a pleasure all the year round. Where flowers bloom in the open air in January and midwinter sea-bathing is an ordinary pastime.
Such is California—the Mecca of all Americans—and a good way to get there is over the Salt Lake Route, the direct Scenic Line between Salt Lake City and Los Angeles. In connection with the Union Pacific and Northwestern lines, the route of the “Los Angeles Limited”— the famous 69 hour flyer between Chicago and Los Angeles. Standard and Tourist Sleepers—Buffet-Library -Observation Cars and Dining Cars.
Ask your home ticket agent about the Salt Lake Route; or write to E. W. GILLETT, General Passenger Agent, T.C. PECK, Assistant General Passenger Agent, Los Angeles, Cal.
TIFFANY & Co.
Fifth Avenue and 37th Street, New York
To those known to the house, or who will make themselves known by satisfactory references, Titfany & Co. will ser:d for inspection selections of their stock
Gold and Jeweled Bangles
Tiffany & Co.
Bangles and Bracelets quoted are in 14-karat gold Open work scrolls and rosettes, burmese finish, with seven amethysts,
each $38 Oval band, richly chased, Roman finish, with eight torquoise matrix,
each $44 Open work, burmese finish, with eight peridots,
each $50 Carved scrolls, and open work, burmese finish, with six oblong amethysts,
each $55 Rosettes and open work, burmese finish, with seven aquamarines,
each $65 Renaissance scrolls, open work, burmese finish, with six Montana sapphires,
each $80 Double wire bracelet, with diamonds and seven Montana sapphires set in platinum
each $95 Double wire bracelet, with diamonds and baroque pearls set in platinum,
A compact catalogue without illustrations - over 500 pages of concise description: with an alphabei ical side index a: fording quick ac cess to the wide range of Tiffany & Co.'s stock, with the prices at which articles may be purchased.
Patrons will find this little book filled with helpful suggestions of jewelry, silverware, clocks, bronzes, and other artistic merchandise suitable for wedding presents
Plain Gold Bangles and Bracelets
each $13.50, $15.50, $17, $20 Gold chain bracelets, each $15, $17, $20, $25, $35 Gold engagement bracelet, with permanent locking catch,
each $18.50, $27, $28, $36
Photographs of above or richer bracelets sent upon request
Tiffany & Co.
Fifth Avenue New York
Tiffany & Co. always welcome a comparison of prices
An Ilustrated Magazine of the West.
194 How the Red Cross Society Systematized Relief Work in San Francisco (111.)
195 Night on Glacier Point (Ill. by Author). Eloise J. Roorbach
.207 Nance O'Neil: Her Travels and Her Art (Ill)
Helen Fitzgerald Sanders
.212 October (Poem)
Emma Playter Seabury
220 Overland Among the Slovanians of Istria (Ill.)
Felix J. Koch
221 Sea-Sunset: In the Harbor of Honolulu (poem)
Curtis Hidden Page
228 Earthquake Days at Stanford (Ill.).... Alice Windsor Kimball
.229 New England to the “Queen City" (poem).." Jac." Lowell
.233 Doves of St. Mark's (Ill.)
Katherine Elwes Thomas
239 Soul of Ramirez, The
.2433 Point of View, The (Poem)
.Ruth G. Porter
.246 Jack London, Lecturer (Ill.)
.P. S. Williams
.247 Knights and Barons of our Western Empire (Ill.)
John L. Cowan
.251 Memory, A (Poem)
Henry M cade Bland
.256 “Rookie, The” (Poem) .. II elen Fitzgerald Sanders
.258 When Uncle Sam Plays War (Ill.).....Helen Fitzgerald Sanders
...259 What the Governor has to Say (Ill.). . Governor Albert E. Meade
.276 Montana (Poem)
..276 Autumn Storm Sky (Poem)
Charles S. Ross
.275 Greater Oakland (Ill.)
..278 By Pierre N. Beringer, Mayor Frank K. Mott, E. P. Vandercook, Edwin Stearns,
F. J. Woodward, E. II. Kramer, Wilbur Walker, Walter G. Manuel, Harold Murdock, May Elder Leslie, Ross Gardner Dun, J. W. McClymonds, W. E. Gibson, Preston Paddon, Halbert Higginbotham, F. L. Du Shane. Thrift
Orison Swett Marden...
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THE OVERLAND MONTHLY, an Illustrated Magazine of the West. Entered as second class matter June 25, 1906, at the Post-office at Alameda, California, under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
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Copyrighted, 1906. by the Overland Monthly Co.