Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on June 23, 1908 · Page 5
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 5

Oakland, California
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Tuesday, June 23, 1908
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OAKLAND TBH3 UKR 'JUNE 23, 1SC3. RT. REV. BISHOP SILICA WILL PRESIDE A f ST. MAR Y'S COLLEGE i COMMENCEMENT: IN YE LIBERTY THEATER TOMORROW Prince Hefic De Sagan Search-ling foKlethod to Accelerate Natives in ' Portuguese Guinea, Who Are Cannibals, Decapitate Troopers and Display Their Heads on Poles. Ceremony Meets With disappointment. TUESDAY, EVENING, . REVOLT tONDOK, June ' 2 S. Prince Helle de Eagan spent this morning in making a tonr of the registry offices in an endeavor to discover means by which his marriage with Mme. Anna could could be carried but without the delay which tinder the law of England usually accompanies such ceremonies. At all the registry offices he got the same response, namely, that the only means recognised by the law to avoid a fortnight's residence herebefore marriage, is the speial license that can be Issued only by the archbishop of Can-terburg. As Mme. Gould is divorced it is not believed that this license can be obtained. The couple were hopeful that the wedding could take place at the end of this week, but the authorities declare that this is impossible without a special license. Prince Helie is reported to have renounced Catholicism in Jsrder to marry Mm. Gould. It is declared that after the wedding the couple will retire to the German estates of the prince. TO BE DEPORTED FOB DAD RECORD Mexican Will Cross the Line ! Because of Criminal Conduct. ' SAN DIEGO. June 28. Pedro Hamarix is to be deported to Old Mexico i because of his alleged bad record. He .was arrested on a charge, of burglarizing 'a house at National City but the evidence, was not sufficient to hold him and he was turned over to the Federal authorities.. He was one of the prisoners who escaped from the Ehsenada jail two months ago while he was serving a term for assault on a woman. SLUB ENDORSES TAFTIDSHERMAN ii?.5t?tn-Ioor,evelt OrganizV.ion iIcfcs Ratification Meeting- m ' aJ Adopts Resolutions. BERKELEY, June 23. The Lincoln-. Roosevelt Club ratified the nomination of William H. Taft and James S. Sherman by a big mass meeting in Lincoln Hall last night. The principal speakers were Francis Heney. Prank R. Devlin, Max Thelen and Friend W. Richardson. , Resolutions Adopted. Thelen introduced the following resolutions, which were adopted: i "Whereas, The interests of the Republicans of the Fifty-second Assembly District demand that the Republican county central committee. In issuing its call for the Republican countv convention, shall v follow the usual custom and provide far a unit aeiegration irom saia assemoty metric t, to be voted for by each voter st the primary, election in said assembly district; now, therefore, be it "Resolved, by the Republicans of the Fifty-second Assembly District, in public, meeting assembled to ratify the action of the Republican national conven-, tlon, that the attention of the representatives of said district on the said s county central committee, vis., M. C. jThrelkeld. Oeo. L. Hughes, Robert Greig, C. (A- Klinkner, W. K. Knowles and Walter) P. Woolsey, be drawn to this matter, and that they be requested to use their influence and cast their votes in said committee in accordance with this ioso-. hi tlon: and be it further '"Resolved, That the president of the meeting appoint a committe of three to confer with said representatives and to draw their attention to the subject of this resolution." CHINESE LOVED OPIUM I TOO WELL AND DIED ' Chew Toy. a Chinese, died today at the East Bay Sanatorium, as the result, It lis thought, of taking too much opium. The Chinese was ill and was taken to the sanatorium for treatment. Some of his Chinese friends took him some opium, it is said, and that Chew took too big a dose at once and that it killed him. The dead man was 60 years of age. 'WILL BE SENT BACK j TO THEIR NATIVE LAND ; Pauline and Louise Jacobs, two pretty Finnish girl?, were lodged in the Ala-' ' meda County jail last - evening by immigration officers who charged them with being -illegally in the United States because they had been living in a house of Ul repute. , The two say they are willing to - return to their Fatherland. The glrli say they were placed In, the house much against their will. They came to this country a short time ago and have not as yet mastered the English lan-i- ffuage. . COOKS AND WAITERS f CHOOSE OFFICERS : At the regular meeting of the Cooks and Waiters Union. Local No. SL held yesterday at its headquarters, 453 Eighth ' street, the following officers were elected to serve for the ensuing term: President, William Spooner; -vice president, William Goas; second vice president. Bert McCollum; financial and recording secretary. Frank Overton; treasurer. Slg - Zollner; inspector, Charles Herkanham; inside,, guard. V. Goodrich; business . agent, Herman Hollander; executive . - board, Harry Baer, Charles Herkanham; ; trustees, Al Hamilton. Charles Herkanham, -:v Charles Davenport; delegates to central council, P. Overtonv H. Hollander, -W.Os Pancot, R- Baldwin.- William ' Goes, William Spooner.- Charles. Herkanham; f delegates to-Joint board, William 'Spooner, R. Baldwin, Frank Overtoa. TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: ARTHUR DANA, LENARD GRUNDELL, FRANCIS HART, FRANK DUNN. SECOND ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: PAUL DUFORE, RAYMOND MERRICK, PROFESSOR BAENDER, EDMOND ROGERS, BURNETT SHEEHAN, PROFESSOR QUINLAN, EARLE HENDERSON, THOMAS O'KEEFE. THIRD ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: BROTHER FABRICIAN. LUICIEN FAURE, REGINALD GUICHAfeD, BROTHER BERNARD, RICHARD DORAN, BROTHER LEO. -Busimeii Photo. . :. " ; 7 " FAIR REBEKAHS PLAN TO ENTERTAIN WITH COMEDY This Pleasant Event Is Set tor Sometime Next Month MISS ALICE NEUMAN, WHO IS A PROMINENT MEMBER OF OAKLAND REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 16.- 1 ' J jjj Extensive plans are being made for an entertainment to be given in July- by Oakland Rebekah Lodge No. 16. The affair, which will be given in the form of a farce for the benefit of the lodge, is under way. It will be one of a series of entertainments to be given to swell the lodge funds. A delightful affair was recently given by the order in -Macea'oee Temple." Much interest has been displayed by members of the organization in the coming events. ; Among those who are taking an active part are Mrs. Grace Mc-Phail, Mrs. Alice Neuman, Miss Leonora Maganinl, Albert Keeler, Fred Whiting. DAN CUPID ADVANCES DATE OF NUPTIALS Groomsman Called Away by Duty Claims Fair Bride. , Miss lielen R. Hallahan became the bride of Ralph S. Teichner last night at the home of her parents. 202G San Pablo" AVAmiA Xf f .a Uallahnn to n nnmilar mm- ?Kav rf th ntitiar ; mt in this ritv and is the daughter of M. J. Hallahan. who is connected with the harbor commissioners in San Francisco. The wedding ceremony was performed at 8:30 o'clock last night by Judge Mortimer Smith;, The bride was attended by her sister-in-law. Mrs. Clarissa Hal lahan, and John F. Hall acted as groomsman. A large number of relatives and intimate friends witnessed the pretty ceremony. ' it had been the intention of the young couple to have an elaborate wedding, but Teichner, who is second assistant engineer on the steamship Shoshone of the McCormlck Lumber Company,! received orders to sail this morning at 8 o'clock. For this reason the wedding took" place last night and the bride is to take a tripi north on' the - Shoshone with her husband. On , their return they will reside In San Francisco. i COLORED TIGER FIEND FORFEITS SMALL SUM i Jack. Harris, a negro bartender, who pleaded, guilty yesterday' in 1 Police judge Smith's court to." a . charge of gambling, was allowed to forfeit a 310 bail this raornlng. f7 14. l , , 2 MISS LEONORA MAGANINL POTATO VINE IS STRANGE FREAK Unique Plant Grown iir Clare-rnont District Surprises Agriculturists. Robert F. Guichard of 97 Claremont avenue has the "distinction of raising the most unique potato vine that even that veteran : in agricultural matters. Professor Wickson, ever saw. On a small patch of land Mr. Guichard planted a potato and naturally expected it would grow as ny ordinary potato would and that the tubers would grow beneath the ground. Instead, this particular potato decided ) to be a freak and there is but a single root going straight Into the soil, while, the vine Itself Is .' covered with small potatoes, and to 4 add to its freaklshsesa some of the potatoes oa the vine are actually covered with eyes or small shoots. Mr. . Guichard.' has presented this pheponmen to the Alameda, county exhibit In the Oakjand : Chamber of Commerce. , ADDRESSES BY BRIGHT STUDENTS Medals to Be Awarded and Diplomas Given to Graduates Who Receive Degrees. Commencement ' exercises of St. Mary's College will be held tomorrow afternoon in Ye Libertjr Theater. The Right Rev. Bishop Sirva will preside. Judge Fltzpatrick will deliver the oration of the day. Brother Vellesian will act as master of ceremonies. Graduating Addresses.! Thomas P. O'Keefe of the civil engineering department and Richard J. Doran of the department of letters, both members of the graduating class will deliver addresses. Doran's subject is "The Time Spirit." O'Keefe will speak upon "The Engineer and the Man." The alumni medal will- be awarded to Richard J. Doran for the most brilliant English essay. Christian Doctrine Medal. .Burnett - Sheehan will be given the medal for "Christian doctrine" presented by Archbishop Riordan. Raymond Merrick will receive the Justin medal for languages. John P. Doran will be awarded the Cottle oratorical medal. Francis J. Hart, the medal for mathematics; Paul Dufore, drawing medal; Hector McNeil, J. P. Plover, medal for elocution. List of Graduates. The graduates are: Arthur' Dana, Lenard Gtrundell, Thomas Feeney, Francis Hart, Frank Dunn, Paul. Dufore, Raymond Merrick. Edmond Rogers, Burnee Sheehan, j Earle Henderson, Thomas O'Keefe, Lucien Faure, Reginald Guichard, Richard Doran. The officers of the class are: Edmond J. Rogers, president; Richard J. Doran, vice-president; Thomas P. O'Keefe, , secretary; Reginald J. Oui-chard, treasurer; Raymond W. Merrick, historian. ES GIVEN RECEPTION Popular Teacher Entertains the Senior Class of Fremont High School. Miss Ella J. O'Connell entertained the senior class of the John C. Fremont High School Saturday evening at her home, 683 ,Twelty-flfthi street. The affair was a brilliant succees and has caused much gossip in scholastic circles, where Miss O'Connell is very popular. The last high school journal of the institution was dedicated to Miss O'Connell, a teacher in the John C. Fremont High School. ' She was a general favorite at the school and beloved by the students. MISS E. J. O'CONNELL. . ? " , Belle-Oudry, Photo. s-The entire graduating class was hospitably '-received Saturday night by her. She was a most gracious hostess and presided over the affair with -much . tact. There- were i about twenty-one students present. ' ' ' " D T ' ABOVE THE CL0UDS IS PLAY TOBE GIVEN MRS. GODFREY E. WADY. Members of the Order of Ma.ca bees Plan Pleasant Entertainment for Thursday. Unusual interest is manifested in the drama, "Above the Clouds." to be given under the auspices of Oakland Hive, No. 14. L. O. T. M., Ih Maccabee Hall, Eleventh and Clay streets, next Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. ' The public as well as all Maccabees of Alameda county are invited to be present and enjoy this fascinating drama given by able performers. The people of Fruitvale some time ago enjoyed this trip "Above the Clouds," now the people of Oakland have requested the company to repeat the performance, and those who attended the first presentation declare that those who go Thursday evening will .agree .that the evening was well spent. Some of those who take leading parts are Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Wady, Ralph Cole. John Kendrick and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Daniels. The committee. Mrs. T. Rlgney. Mrs. W. Childs, Miss Maud Swift, Mrs. Schmidt. Mrs. Nellie Smith and Mrs. Myers, are striving to make this a brilliant success and , expect a crowd. Dancing will be enjoyed after the performance. HOLY JUMPERS THEIRJCASE San Jose Court Decides Controversy, and Transfers Disputed Property. SAN JOSE June 23. Judge Hyland today decided the "Holy- Jumpers case," which has been ' before the courts for several - years, vesting the -title to certain rear"pToperty on Third street in the Holiness-Church of San Jose and directing the ..Metropolitan Church Association of Chicago to transfer the property by deed to' the local church inside of ten days. NOTED SOLO ORGANIST " GIVES CONCERT TONIGHT : Dr. Minor C. Baldwin of New York, who was solo organist of the Chicago, St. Louis, Philadelphia, Charleston, Pan-American and Omaha Expositions, and solo organist in the following European cities. Royal Albert Hall, London ; Bruxelles, Belgium ; Lucerne. Switzerland; Paris, France, is to give a concert at the First Presbyterian Church. Oakland, this ' evening, at 8 o'clock Admission is free.' A silver offering , will , be taken. . . FILE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION Articles of incorporation wore filed today with the county clerk by the Pure Stuff , Placer Mining Company, a China Flat, El Dorado , county, corporation.' with a capital stock of $50,000, of which amount' $70 has actually been subscribed by Dr. C. S. Morse, A. p. Johnson. "W. B. Ely, E. J. Hughes. C. B- Somers, Robert Fergusson and , Floyd Shank, t The .West Coast Sash and Door Company placed articles gt Incorporation on. file this morning. The company will con-' duct : a mill in Oakland to connection with their . lumber . cunpi in Humboldt county. Oakland - Is given as the principal place of business and the t capital stock of 117,510 has been entirely subscribed .as follows: E. f C. Mowry, a wealthy ; ttmberman of Humboldt. $17.-000; Henry L- Ford. United States Commissioner at Eureka. $500; , and H. W, Be earn an, an Oakland mill nan, ' S19. OAMOlSKS - 1 1 WSSWi FOR PERFORMANCE ion! 1 f $ "' WN t MRS. G. DANIELS. GODFREY E. WADY. TRYSIDE IS IN GREAT TERROR Co. I, N. G. C, at Target Practice Too Closely Resembles Actual Warfare. Claims Fair Bride. Company "1" of the National Guard, stationed at Livermore. is reckless at target practice, according to a complaint received by District Attorney Brewn this morning. - J. A. Wanzer. a rancher near Liver-more, says the mimic warfare of the home guards ..has the countryside fti terror. One of his horses was wounded by- a stray bullet' near -the shooting range. Fences and Barns have been punctured with bails until some of the targets are beyond repair. The farmer says that a neighbor's house was shot through- and the ball lodged in the wall a few feet-from the bed post. If the practice does not cease Livermore ranchers - say they will take up arms against the soldiers. - - Brown promised to have the - shooting stopped where it is an annoyance. . COMMERCIAL CLUB IS OPENED IN PORTLAND The Chamber of Commerce i is in receipt of a letter from Manager Thomas Richard of the Portland Commercial Club announcing the opening of the new eight-story building, together with a ropy of one of the local papers descrlb Jng the building. In the letter Manager Richardson refers to the-noonday lunch feature of the club, at which, he says. "we Tiave served as high as BOO. and never less than 350." The building is as complete as it is possible to have a Commercial Oub and v has reception rooms, billiard parlors, assembly rooms, ladles parlor, an immense - dining -room, lounging rooms, card and smoking rooms. The club occupies four of the eight stories. . - ; SAILOR LAD JAILED ON FORGERY CHARGE Frank Collins, a sailor on the V. 8. S. Colorado, is held, at the city Jail on a charge of passing fictitious drafts on the Central Bank of this city. Collins is to be turned ever to the naval authorities an he will not be prosecuted'in this city. When Collins was arrested heretic told a story of never- having been In trouble before and declared that if it was known that be had been in Jail in Oakland bis reputation r would be- ruined - and would blacken the name of his family. He declared that his father is American consul in fbe Barbadoes. " - - ', '. It was found that Collins was arrested in San Francisco some time, ago and gave the name of Charles Sterrup. f . - if N LISBON'. June 23. Kewa has been received here of a serious condition . of affairs in Portuguese Guinea. The natives everywhere are reported to be In revolt. Even on the island of Timor several interior posts have been driven in. settlements have been destroyed and Europeans have been killed or carried off Into captivity. The Portuguese troops have taken Tefuge at Risseau, were they were surrounded. ' A i French warship has arrived for the protection of French suhjeots. i i Troops here attribute tie revolt to the cruelties practiced ! -. by the . troops while collecting the "hut tax."' It is their custom frequently to levy heavy sums and if payment Is refused i to flog the iiatlves, burn the villages and sometimes capture the wives or children of rich chiefs and hold them for ransom. A chief of the Coulage tribe ! started the revolt by seising; a sergeant and seven Portuguese troopers, decapitating them and displaying their heads on poles. Anxiety is felt for the Europeans cap. tured, as the natives are cannibals. Afcet a front enaaaement the troops observed i the natives devouring one of their own . dead. I : . I . , : TO SHOW PROTEST Form . Mob and ( Attack Mea: Stores Because of Increased Prices of Food. . NEW YORK, June 22. Six hundred i women held a mass meeting in Brownsville, Brooklyn, and declared their intention to fight against the Increased prices of meat nd fowls. They also paraded and several meat stores were stoned.- r j ; ' Yesterday ' 150 women marched through the streets, stopping at butch er shops, calling the proprietors to the doorsand telling them they must low- i er the prices at once. ! ! The retail dealers protested that they j were not responsible,' that it was the wholesalers, who had forced the price ! of meats up. f r ; ' . ; ; The dealers were told by the women! that the condition of affairs brought! about by the avarice of the . big meat men - would not longer be counte-i nanced and if the dealers wished to act with the people they would close 'upi their shops at once and refuse to buy meats at the exorbitant' prices tht?y were made to pay. " Thus, it was ar 1 gued would the packers be brought ! to subjection. . .:. j ;'...!.. t r .;. ' i CANADA OARS OUT Coastwise Traffic Must Hereafter Be Carried on by British and 1 Canadian Ships. ; ; OTTAWA. OnU. June 23. Americai vessels will hereafter be excluded from! the coasting trade of : Canada on the: Pacific. For some years -the coasting laws in Canada have been suspended as far as the Pacific .Coast is concerned on account, of the fact that, there were not enough Canadian and British ships to fill the requirements. f Tho American boats have "done a; large and profitable business between) Seattle and Nome, carrying between! such ports as Vancouver,, Victoria and: Skagway. .. ! ' ' . v.l Ithas .been decideJ by the govern-' ment .that there Is eriough. British andi Canadian tonnage on the coast, to look! after the trade and the same coasting regulations have beep put Into force for the Pacific Coast I as apply on the Atlantic. ' . I . - :-. -i-. 9 -,."! COUNTY CLERK COOK OFF ON VACATION I A,, , . i I - County Clerk John P. Cook and. family hav9 gone, to Adams , Springs! several .weeks. During the absence of County Clerk Cook. Chief Deputy County Clerk A. E. j Johnstone wiU have cliarge of affair in that office. I TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY GOING to country- My flat, 5 rooms, to. let for C weeks. 7S0 lth St. Phone Oakland -OT5. ' room upper flat; adults only. S0 Grove St., 8 blocks to Washington., SUNNY flat, 6 rooms and bath. gas. 970 Cypress st, Oakland; water free; $20; Center station. UPPER flat, corner 68th and Park; block: , to local; S large sunny rooms, gas. electricity; block to San. Pablo; $18. : PROP. OEE, SIS 10th St. Startling teals; circle every night, 10c; readings, 50c. LARGS corner lot, modern 3 -room cot-tage, on car line, completely furnished j rents for $14; will exchange for unim-t proved Iot. C. Blabon.. Fruitvale. i SUNNT furnished room, stable. 5 40th St. ; with use of FOR SALE Gasoline launch, inquire at 1178 K. 14th st. TWO -front, housekeeping rooms. 10th st. - i bit RELIABLE parties desire to care for .. house during owner's absence; adults. Box 44, Tribune. ; ' AA FURNISHED rooms for housekeeping; 'also unfurnished; xood location; rent' reduced. 1211 Unden st. BAKER'S -helper; young German preferred; $53 month arid. meals. ,662 3J1 'it. Oakland. . GOOD cook wants place on ranch. -C.it-tell's Bureau.. S25 gth st. Oakland jjl9. WANTED A cylinder press feeder. Ap- ply Alameda -Daily Argue, 2311 Central ave., Alameda. . i - ' , WOMEN AMERICAN VESSELS

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