Albion H Morse Will

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the - use of the - Alameda urouertv ftt 892 tTnton street to the testators sister Georgians - A tr Foye during - her lifetime together with 3000 Upon her death the property goes to her niece Georgie A Foye - who is also left 3000 and a diamond ring The remaining bequests are as fol - lows To Amanda J F Morse house and lot In Vallejo 3000 and a lot in - Masonic andOddJeUows Cemetery X To his nephew Albion H Uorae 3000 soli watch and chain aleere buttons - - ana nrearma To his nephews Fred Ross Eugene Boss Fred Btilott Will Bkinner Frank Bertie George and Elmer - Skinner 300 each Toita nlecei Ethel - B Uaihawav iJattle Bi Fore - Arabella Skinner Pros - - ter Carrie Morse Petties Nettle Morse fMabel Ross Mra Fred Ross 1000 feachv 10 a cousin Airs Aiargery Morses wv vj ucr uaasiiver nvien none 500 To his sisters Ida S Ross and Ellav Morse 2000 each 3i To his friends Alice Ida and Josie Weed Clara Weed - Morken and Jennie X Teed - Eastoa 100 each t The residue of the estate Is to be - dl - Tlded share and share alike among Georgians A Foye Ida S Rosa Ella J Horse Albion H Monre and Georgia A Foye The executors named are Clark Blethen George E Plummer and Charles G Morse The petitioners are the first two mentioned The last named Ij not In the State at present A RASCAL AT WORK tJCuttln R nd Tnrnin - la False Fire Alarms Chief Fair of the Oakland Fire De The Tavmry Opera Company The programme of theavaryopera company at the Macdonough - Theater thtsweek fwlUjoeas follows tWedies - day evenOlTTOvatoraThuTday taatlneeJohmlan - Gtrr Thursday nighty Carmen - 1 t 4 OAKXAarTJ SEWS otes5 v - T7 - tl 1 K City Engineer Wllsorrha prepared plans for the widening of Eighth - Street bridge to cost 7000 - lJ Emit Kasha tanerv of ihetac Arm of Reed Jinsbaumer fell from sblarde on Sunday sustalnlng - injurtea that hare confined him Jto hlr home Florists of Oakland nave commenced warupon Itinerant Jlowerceddlers who vend their wares upon the main streets An ordinance lb prohibit the practice win be presented to the City Council The divorce xase of iGeorge waitt against Louisa Waltt has been trans ferred to San Francisco the home of the defendant who - Is accused ofinflffellty John CarrJs named a co - respondent Police Officer Lamplne - whose case wiQ be disposed of to - day fay the Police Commissioners charges that Chief Uoyd has filed affidavits against him with the Board that he has not had op portunity 10 answer Paul 8 Miguel a tobacco dealer and general merchant of Alameda and Sin Bernardino counties filed a petition In insolvency yesterday His - liabilities are U7 He has 000 worth of bad debts on his books and no other assets W3mNm lrlM5ft Result fm 1 V IfiSBll 10 nv uitt w m m CITY CHARGES - t0BEACUT SfSPIClOK cJLr5pitA5 ALLEGED PURCHASE HrtfrePt Was dstoaf Sprlsars Company - AbaorbeJU - Tttf MYSTERIOUS SUSJECT AX OAKLAXD PRISOXEKS MAS ALIASES He Is Aeemsed of Def caadias m If apa YlnerardUt by tbe Geld Brick Swladle i A gold4rick swindle at the Sixteenth - street Station in Oakland three years aghas Just come to Ugh t and the mys - terlovftjand silent tnan locked up in the Oakland Clty - Prison on Sunday last by Sergeant Hodgkins 1 one of the two men chargedWithhavlnjrperpetrated A special comrnkteeiof the Oaklandi City Council composeef Towle Mott apd Buckland submitted a report last - enlixg to the CoUnclIon the fixlnr of water rate for lsc - wrftfreommlttee made a recommendation to reduce the present rate - of ii 5Lamonth per fire hydrant to 1 T5 Otherwise the present rates win be malnfalned The - reportreport and ordinance accOMpanylng - 1t were referred to the Ordtoaacc and Ju diclary Committee m The report refers to the high rate existing three years ago ami notes that a sweeping reduction was made at an early opportunity Xour committee some 01 wnom parucipatea in ue w - vestlgatlons of the pt wt years runs the report has at this time availed itself of the Information thep obtained and that with the statements of the companies furnkhlng water to this city form the basis of this report The statementof the Oakland Water Company is the first statement to be filed by that company andis of little aid to this committee in determining the cost or valuation of Its water system Its statement shows a transfer of 30006 shares or stock and a million dollars worth of bonds - of the Oakland Water Company for the Interests of the Pled - I moot Springs Power and Water Com - KDreaentme1 ahe Stanley Electrical Company The contract prteerofjthe J oynamos ana switcnooarus is km - iNearly - tMOO - waa - ordered - Dald - f or sidewalks and other - improvements arcAiiidthemewfatiUlLEhner Johnson deputy Jchief clerk and assessor resigned and the vacancy was filled by the electifinVcf George - R Sturtevant An ordinance - was adopted flxhig - the water rates I from - July 1TU9 to June pim The - rate IsJ0 cents per thousand gallons to the private consumers with a - mlnimu ni rmoiithly rateof - L Water - wlll be oldto the city foratreet sprlnkilngand sewer ffushtnar atXS cents per thousand gallons The rent of hydrantals to be 1 per month Therates to - private consamers arethe S3me as fast year but the rates for city sprinklinsr antf sewer flushing were cut 450 per cent An ordinance was passed compemna - all property - owners to file withth City Assessor a sUtement of the value of their real and oerscnal nrooetty ManAlst of each year the penalty lor Tiorauon to ne a lonenure otany appeal t theBoard of Eouailzauon frtmthe Asscssora - valuation An or - ainance wasjuao passeo changing tne penalty for Violations of city ordinances fr6m Imprisonment in the County Jail 0 Imprisonment In the City Prison A resolution was Introduced to grade and rnacadamixerChapln street New aro - t - - - - STfiEET10Ell Protested JM suinrta VIANGS LATEST JEjN0Kji RICHHOSD AXD PARK AFFECTEb TRAFFIC Oemaidtiu the Sprtirfcllag af - Polnt Donor ATraue - iTne Pu4 - LlsltB ceedlnss were bjunfor the Improve ment of Lincoln avenue on account of an error In the original proceeding The liquor license for the saloon t sanxa viaraavenue ana jfintn street was transferred from John Schomberg tolHenry Moblki An additional charge was preferred last night against A de Santos now under arrests on jcomplalnt of Annie Petranick The girl who madethe complaint is Pauline Meyrlck a cousin of Annie Petranick aged 13 The examination will be held to - morrow at 2 P M TALKS ABOUT MRS WILMORE ABE MAJORS BECOMES COMMECICATTVE Q11TE Says That She Cvaatenaaced All the Jabs Done by HIntelf and Bert wriotore MrtjvWflmQre who was arrested as being an accomplice of her son and Abe Majors the boy burglars was In the Police Court yesterday with her attorney W H OBrien As no com plaint had been filed the case went over until to - day Abe Majors had something to sayyes - terday on the part Mrs Wflmore took In the robberies At first he was not in - clnied to talk but when Informed that his brother Archie had told all to the police he became communicative She knew - what was going on from the very first he said she knew it from the day we stole the dynamite f rqm the quarry Before we started out to do anything we frequently talked over burglary She Joined Bert and mt In the conversation but never that I remember expressed any definite opinion The first thina - tbat we ever stole was the dynamite When we went out after it Bert hinted that we were going - to steal it and she knew welLenoush what fpr She had talked it over with us often - Thefirstrealjobthatwedidwaa J hJUIHVfl B IHItV AM AJVaCJ V IWA 1 her where we were going and what we were going ior one aavueaus to oe - - r rs The reaUenta of Riehmond and the Presidio Heights district do not take kindly to the new order of Manager yjnlna - whlch - cuts off one - half the service Heretofore given them Thechahge which Manager Vising announced a few days ago reg - ardlng the future operation of the Sacramento - street cable line - went into effect yesterday - Jf a The Sacramento - street cars Instead of running every four minutes from the ferry to Presidio Heights Richmond and the Park are now operated at intervals of every eight mlnutea Between Central avenue and the ferry additional cars are put on which gives a four - minute service between Central avenue and the ferry Passengers who wish to travel west of Central avenue according ta the notices posted on the cars must look out for the odd - numbered Sacramento - street cars The even - numbered cars make Central avenue their terminus Only passengers boarding the odd - numberedr cars will be carried westof Central avenue - anarTx - tmoccHFABE5i 11T Ht I of tl - feleamoa - Cttlsnis Wait Xtt V Lpbbs Aveaoe Watered r - The refWenofr - t JUckmoddls trict are co pa plaining of thedusfcon - dltion ofBolnt Xobos avenue They intend to send a rnmrinlcatothaj kxaa i urn in 1 itiifi nini unr1 n ai tentlon of tjbody toUheiltefalj - ure of CtenttwwlnsiowvtA - keep his akfeemehfr Some months agpH thePark CommlMionersadverthidforl bide fokeep Point - TjobbVavenue f n re - - palr from centrai - - to - Tweaty - secona avenues One of the agreements was that the roadway should also be sprinkled - when necessary The contract was awarded to James WInslow who was to receive 2500 a year for the work Some months ago - a few loads of macadam weredmnped Into the rut In the roadway Since that tune noining nas oeen aone to improve As for sprlnkllnr the pavement thV citizens declare nothing of the - kind has been done for at least four months THE POVXO LIMITS l I - the condition of the thoroughfare A Reqaest forRellef by Beaiaeata br Xaaaet HelgatM v - The residents of SunseJ Heigh tssouth of the Park inteadltoflle a petition next Monday with the Supervisors for the 1

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  1. San Francisco Chronicle,
  2. 25 Feb 1896, Tue,
  3. Page 10

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