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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 16

Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 16

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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1, 1 NOVEMBER 1910. fDafelantt (Tribune 8 THURSDAY EVENING Left to right: CLARY, WILLIAM McH GO and and Laidor arc counsel for Mcllugo in the first of the I. FIGHT IS MADE Business to Halt During Armistice Parade of Civic 1 And Military War Units the Superior court morning. 1 (, tx 10 HEP OELEElii jjl I liS Ij lip 1 and war organization has been Invited, to march as esoorts to the service men. In order that as many persons as possible may be al)le to either marph or witness the demonstration all stores and business houses are urged to Keep their establishments closed until 2: SO p.

m. All the larger stores hve signified, thplr intention of remaining closed until this hour and all other stores and places of business are requested to do likewise. I't-t us forget business during these, few hours and honor the men who carried the flag to victory during the momentous days of 1917 and 1811. Jesse Robinson, chairman of the Oivlo Welcome committee, has Ubu4 the following announcement! In response to a proclamation Issued" by GoveVnof William D. Stephens the entire state of California will welcome home its service men and fittingly celebrate the first anniversary of Armistice Day next Tuesday.

The- Clvici Welcome committee of Oakland has arranged a suitable prograja for this city's participation In the welcome home celebration, Per. haps the most important item of the day's program is the parade at 10 a'clock next Tuesday morn, ing, in which every civic, fraternal World Grows Godless, Says Bishop Social Unrest Attributed to Sin SEIZED PAPERS MM Fight for possession of pamphlets end documtnta in the raiil pfn local I. W. W. headquarttrs last May Initiated in Judga James u.

yumn court this afternoon tihe trial it James WcHugn, secretary of the 1. V. W. here, under the new antisyndicalist law. McHugo'8 case, iirtit ono of importance in the state under the new Jaw, has already aroused ho Wide interest that Department 3 of the Buperlor Court was crowded to the doors.

Owing to the fact that a new jury panel was called, thi morning and considerable time taken in hearing excuses of several rnembers thereof and to the fact that Juuga Quinn had been called to pan Francisco for the funeral services of an intimate friond, the case was merely called at the morning, session and put over until afternoonJu(lse William T. Harris sat in Judpe Qilmn's place. MTKIMTl'RK SKIZEP IN ItAID LAST MAY In the May raid a large qufmtity of lfterature was seized by the nutmrj- ties, including pamphlets and booka files of radical publications, records of the local W. W. and other matter.

Extracts from- these, according to the detectives who made the seizures, established the nature of JL W. W. propaganda. Preparing the case for the people against Mcllugo amd other defendants, district Attorneys A. A.

llogers, and John U. Calkins have made copious excerpts from the seized papers. These they expected to introduce in evidence gainst McHugo to indicate the alleged seditious nature of the syndicalist doc- trines. That the papers were illegally seized and are illegally retained is the contention of the counsel for the defense, which includes William B. Clary, who was prominent In the Bisbee deportation cases, and John G.

Lawlor of Ban Francisco. Clary urged with the court today that the papers be returned to McHugo as their proper custodian. Ilia appli-catalon was vigorously contested by Kogers and Calkins. I. VV.

W. srPPORTERS feUOW DEEP IXTERKhT. 11 I. a I ii iner Leaves Invalid Will Shoe Sh Turner Estate Gdes to Relatives ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM 10 M.nParado, downtown; 2:00 P. M.

Regatta, lko Mcr- ritt. ---i 2:30 p. M. Community Mornor. 1I Services, Municipal Auditorium Theater.

Public in. vitexl. 8:00 M. Grflnd hall, Municipal Auditorium. (Only service men and Ijicir partners will bo allowed on tlio dancing floor.

The public is in-viUM to occupy the gullory.) For the first time in its history the Oakland Post of American Lesion will be seen parade next Tuesday when the members of the organisation will 800Q strong In the 1jig "Civles Pa rade," planned as a feature by the civic welcome cummittejs for the Armistice Day celeebratlon in this city. J. W. (Jack) Rose, chairman of the legion's parade committee, today announced the details of the organization's participation in the "Clvies Parade." The legion division will be led by a band of forty pjeces. A truck decorated with floral pieces and drapede with flags will bear a poster on each of its Bides with the following words: "In Memory of Our Buddies Who Pawl the Supreme Sacrlllco" Inscribed on both posters.

A contingent of pretty Keu Cross nurses will march with the float. The marine color will be In charge of the color guurds and a color bearer, an ot wnom win march In uniform. The color guard will bo clad the uniforms of each branch of the United States service, the army, navy, marines and In mass-formation the-main body of the Oakland I'o will march with the civic, fraternal and war organizations and. the ex-service men who have registered for the parade tit the Liberty hut. The details of the legion's participation In the parade were worked out by a committee composed of J.

Rose, chairman; W. B. Moyle. F. Herbert, J.

Harris, G. U. Clark and N. Myran. w-, 'PERSIAN KING'S' SANITY TO BE NEXT TESTED Julius Miller, self-styled "King of Persia," is at Napa sanitarium, hobnobbing with Nalopeon and other great characters of international prominence, 'Court Bailiff Harry Gilbert today advised Police Judge Smith.

Miller was to have been tried on a charge of disturbing the peace today. Neighbors complained he chanted weird hymns day and night, to their great discomfort. In court last week. Miller ooned benevolence. He offered to hire an.

alleged vagrant In court at a salary of $75 a The vagrant was disillusioned when Miller later proclaimed himself the. "King of Persia." Judge Smith then ordered the police to have Miller's sanity tested. His case was strickenjrom tho police rourt docket. Absence of God.from the affairs of the yorld, and forgetfulness of the principal of the brotherhood of men, was ascribed by Bishop W. Keataor of Olympla.

Washington, at tho- opening of the fall meeting of tne convocation of Oakland Eplsco-palean churches today at the Church of the Advent, as the reason why the affairs of the world are going awry. the. bishop declared that men have driven, God out of their business, forgotten the teaching of human brotherhood and Ignored the He said that Improvement will be unnoticed until the attitude ot mankind toward the teachings of the- Master is revised and gotten back to the old. principle. Following the sermon the holy communion was celebrated, the service being read by the Rev, F.

Gee, dean of the convocation, at the conclusion of whiich, the women of the congregation served a luncheon In the parish house. The luncheon arrangements were in charge of Mr J. R. Keefer. ITtAY FOU REVIVAL.

Prayer was offered for the success of the nation-wide campaign for a revival of interest and service, Bishop Keator praying for enlightenment of understanding and for unity of work with love and zeal. The text for the sermon by Bishop Keator. who spoke in the absence of the Rev. W. F.

Sumner, hlshoppf Oregon, was Power of Ood Unto Salvation." He spoke of the importance of the world and the church getting back to the original idea of gospel teaching, declaring the gospel to be good news -from God to men Instead of good advice from men to God, The gospel, he said, Implies that as a background to the work of the world la a Irving, personal being, in telligent and wise; capable of speak ing with men. and not merely a fixed principle. He said. that this By HI GH Ti. SMITH, Special Correspondent of In tinnai sewn service.

PLYMOUTH. England, No' Viscountess Astor, who is standing for election to the House of Commons on the Conservative ticket, is "laughing her way tovictory," her friends and political supporter claimed today. WV'tth her keen sense of humor and wHty sallies the vis- countess usualljPkeeps her audiences in a roar. But there Is a very seri- ou side to her campaign also. Viscountess Astor addresses a number jbt political meetings every day anf it Is said efforts ar being madeto have Premier Lloy4 George come to riymoutn to speaicf in ner behalf.

-The candidate has an effec- wav of riHiilinir wilh hecklers. At a meeting today one such interrupted her Beveral times with questions, and finally the viscountesa ex. claimed: "You had better take me now while you have the chance." In one of her speeches the famous American beauty said: a -mon n-An nniv succeed by 0 TO US IT SIT SMILE terna- I With the purpose' of establishing an aerial mal service between San Francisco and Alaska, Western Department Art Service officers are preparing plana for submission to the War Department. The first public intimation that such a mail serv ice to Alaska was even contem- toward the establishing of landing fields. "An air mail service to Alaska is feasible," said Colonel Arnold.

"Mails now are handled exclusively by steamships and aerial mail service would make Alaska much more accessible. Our plans for the present do not contemplate reaching any more advanced points than Southeastern and Southwestern Alaska. We are not planning now to reach Fairbanks or Norrfe, where mail is served during the winter months over the trail by stage and by dog sled." Following the announcement 01 Colonel Arnold, the aviation committee of the Chamber of Commerce to- 1 -I rwl i ri tr llla.CC Oil 1 east side of the bay for such mail. service. Immediate enun made by the committeee to outline a y- th under feasible, plan to promote the unucr At the ame time J.

B. Struble. amateur sportsman, who has been vr In a hydroplane, and i. Ii. King, his companion on mo of his trips, were direct ed the i her data to ue suo- gather oata Colonel Arnold.

in ii of the air mUted to .,111 IhaIuHa man Din ff 01 "currents, designation of smc-tun water landings and recommendation ot pmrrgency landing places Wood, who imtrols a large 't'ko along the waterfront of Bay TLi will' be asked to rirnRai for the esUblish- ment of a postal air service station on his property. Wooo is an enu.u.-aetlc advocate of the encouragement of aviation, and the committee be-beves he will make a highly favorable proposition to the government. According to Struble. King and others who have' used "flying boats, the waters along the eastern shores of Pan Francisco bay are ideal tor "Protected from high winds, wilh an almost -entire irliner currents such a3 are common. In other parts of the bay.y the irifrequency of the and rft" -r tf it'iiMihi iiMinriHinmikrnirir-jmin nif rr'f" AIRMAII QPRUinr.

run mniL uuif iul TO ALASKA, PLAN gin at the conclusion of this argu- Pati wa Blvet recently before the ment this afternoon. senate military committee by Bnga-, The courtroom erowd in depart- dler General Mitchell, assistant air ment 5 was of unusual composition. ervlce officer. tr A score or more adherents of the I According to Colonel H. II.

W. W. organization or friends of Arnold, Western Department air members thereof attended McHugo chief, the plans that are now being to court. Am jng this number were outlined call for the ration of Axel. Nalsonr be tried slo'e 1 January 7, and John G.

Wleler, he said today, but greater safety will whose case has beert set for January he gained In case a forced landing 14. They are also accused under 1 made necessary. the antisyndicalist act. Stops at Ketchikan, Miss Anita Whitney and several and Cordova are planned. Nego-t ta-other women, who were promi- tions have already been taken UP nently identified with the Tom with the chambers iof Moonev defense and other radical, city officials of these cities look ng being has spoken to men.

In terms of humanity, Jesus having come to earth as a human, living the life of humans and demonstrating how men should live. He declared itto be no concern of men how this was done, that we are told it was accomplished and that that is the good hews of God to men, shedding the necessary )lght upon human affairs. Furthermore, he said, God still speaking to men, working out the of fe, arid that that purpose is ah orderly purpose. Whatever is-wrong" with the world today, ie said, is due to the fact that we pay no fttatentton, tnat we nave driven. God QUt of the world's business, and he declared that matters will not right themseslveg until we again accept Him.

The program for the remaining sessions of the convocation 1b as follows: 3:15 m. Report of the treasurer of the diocese, F. M. Lee. 3:45 p.

m. Address of the bishop coadjutor. Rev. E. L.

Parsons, P. D. 4:1 1 p. mi, -Unfinished business; adjournments p. m.

Laymen's league dinner at St. Paul's parlBh house. $1.00 a addresses on the nation-wide campaign by visiting bishop and clergy. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, Nov.

7. .9:30 a. Celebration holy communion, 10:30 a. m. Nation-wide campaign conference.

i. m. Adjournment for lunoheon. 1:45 p. of eonter-enoe.

7:30 p. m. meeting In Congregational church, Oakland, Twelfth and Clay streets. Choirs of the several parishes of the convocation are invited to participate, and will bring their hymn books and vestments. ASK RELIEF FROM Incensed over the alleged vlolawn of an agreement made by the ch-pany when it secured permission to reot its plant and the fact that fumes of molten aluminum are said to be a nuisance in the neighborhood, property owners in the vicinity of tUe plant of the Aluminum product Company, Second avenue and East Eleventh street, today demanded me aotton of Commissioner of Pub- thrWgH his secretaryrBen 'B.

The property owners were repre sented by Marcus 'Lafee, 226 East Eleventh street, who has retainc At torney Charles Reardsley to handle the case for the residents, and who declares that a protest filed by the property owners In the district montli ago with Commissioner Morse has 'been Ignored. According to Lafee, when the com pany had the block on which its factory is located declared a factory Jione by the council two years ago, it agreed that their builtjings should be -an artistic benefit to the peign- saiu nun fuuuut, Deen erected and the fumes of mol- ft are unbearable. "Why "have you never married, ALUMINUM 1 JOHN G. LAWLOR. Chry W.

cases tchichopened in Iucretia Walker Secared for as long as she is around that an adopted daughter, GeneviveHow-ard, have of the prop erty; that an adopted son named Brown have 1106 and that $250 shall be divided between "my wife's sister and nieces." Nothing Is said ns to the disposition of the balance. The estate is said to consist of real estate in the shape of a family residence and the shoe-shing business on Fourteenth street, the latter being valued at JiuOO. It is expected the public administrator will handle the estate and that after the will is declared void the property -will be divided according to the law of Inheritance. BEFORE COUNCIL At the urgent solicitation 'of the civic welcome committee, members of the service organizations and many citizens, the city council will, on next Monday, It is announced, vote to reconsider the motion by which the $2500 appropriation asked by the committee for the Armistice day celebration was de nied. Announcement by Jesse Robinson, chairman of- the committee, indicates that the application for the appropriation Is receiving accumulative support from citizens, and that there will be a very great demand for the money'whsn the mat-, ter comes up again next Monday.

The committee held a meeting at the Hotel Oakland last night to consider the emergency created by the refusal to appropriate the money and it was decided to "go to bat" in the advocacy of the cause. Surprise was expressed over the action of the city officials in the refusal, members of the committee having acciVted the appropriation as a certainty. It Is contended that the plans for the celebration were formulated eight months ago and that the appropriation was provided for in the budget. The board of supervisors appropriated $2500 and an equal sum has been raised by public subscription. Bank Messenger, Held in Theft of $50,000 HELENA, Nov, 6.

Charles Stevens, messenger for the Union Bank and Trust Company, was arrested this morning and taken from a local hospital to the county jail, where he Is held as a suspect in the robbery of a package of currency Stevens was carrying from the post-office (o the bank yesterday. The package is said to have contained $50.00. It has not been located. "GETS-IT" PEELS OFF CORNS PAINLESSLY Off They Come Like Banana A 11 Skin 2 or 3 Urope, Ibat'e All, There's a murderous, painful way to Kt rid of corns, and then there Is the peaceful, glorious "peel-lt-ofr nis-it" wv. After you tried "Gets-lt" you say Jl4BLt l' i CutltT Oultltl "Ceto-IfPeekllf again" all other methods.

This is beause "Gets-It" Is the only corn-remover on earth that tnskes corns peel off lust like a banana skin. Two or three drops will 00 the work, without fussing or trouble. You apply It In or seconds. It dries immediately. "Gets-It" does the rest, without bsndag4 plasters, hlood-hrlnwitig knives or razors Get rid of that corn pain one so that you can work and play without corn torture.

Be sure to "Urti-" It vrr th only sure, guaranteed, money-back, corn-remover, costs but trlflo at any drug store. f'd by E. Lawrence Chicago, J11. Sold In Oakland and recommended the world's bst corn renmdy by The Owl Drug cmUvwUwMl ARM ST GE nuvn "never FOR 2.7&BEER, NEW YORK, fifov. Arguments on three suits of Ihiuor interests to prevent enforcements of war-time prohibition began todayiefore Judge Hand In the United States district court.

Elihu Root and William Guthrie appeared as counsel for Jacob Rupperl, a brewer, to ask that brewing if 2.75 per cent beer bo per; putted until final decision is nu in the constitutionality of the war-tirne prohibition act and the Volstead enforcement act. Walter C. Noyes argued for an nrrinr riirpctlncr the local collector of internal revenue to permit lHum Company to withdraw trom oonaea warehouses 474 packages of distilled spirits, including titty oarreis oi whisky and twelve hundred barrels of brandy. In another proceeding Judge Hand was asked to. set aside an order to the United' States marshah to abate a public nuisance alleged to be maintained by the JJotel Corporation, Noyes argued that the war-time prohibition act may have been constitutional when adopted, but claimed it wasnot valid when the collector refused his clients permission to withdraw liquor from bond.

JERSEY CITY, N. Nov. 6. Govertior-ereet Edward I. Edwards announced today that he would use ajl lawful methods to prevent pro hibition in New Jersey, or us enforcement by.

the federal government I shall riot be responsible," he said. "I construe my election as an indication of the feelings of the people of this state concerning national prohibition. They are unqualifiedly opposed to it." The bright and particular stars which make luminous the legal fraternity In Alamo'da county, took off their wig and gown today, at noon, stepped down from the sublime dig nity of their exalted places and made merry as the guests of the DnrL-Mev T.I linn Henrv Mel- vin, supreme Justice; Superior Judges T. w. Harris, iincoin o.

Fred St. Sure, Dudley Kinosll, Ever Hmim Robinson. Wil liam H. Waste, adjourned court by a fraction of a minute early to hasten to the classic town to participate in a burlesque of that setious profession of which they are followers, and which 300 brother Lions were summoned. Charees Preferred against H.

S. Howard, secretary of the Rotary club, concluded the stag luncheon in a riot of merriment and pecipitated the formation of a mock court with 1ulee and Jurv waiting. Judge Waste ascended to the bench to render judicial opinion. District Attorney Ezra Decoto and former District Attorney W. H.

L. Hynes contributed thai anrvlr'na In thp cast. Members of Oakland and Berkeley Lions dens were the guests of honor at the luncheon which took place at Shatturk hotel. Mrs. J.

R. Talbert, wife of a Berkeley attorney, gave a program or songs. i. isruns presided as chairman' of the day. DlfflSlfllE Joseph Samuel Dawson tolir a tale of woe In connection withthe suit for divorce entered against him by Emma Alice Dawson.

He stated that for two nights he' found his entire wardrobe removed to the kitchen and himself assigned to the same quarters, with only a hard lounge on which to sleep. A sudden shower from a basin of cold water in lieu warm bath he was pla-nnlng in take, and a writ watch presented by him to hi wife flung back at him by her a week later, with the remark, "Here's your old piece of tin, I don't want it," were alleged by Dawson. Mrs. Dawson charged her husband of undue fondness for other women, of bringing home a lemon pie and boasting it had been especially baked for him by a ladv friend, that was superior to Mrs. Dawson's efforts In the same line, and this while he consumed the pie before, heft tz FLYING BANKERS AND DUCK FARM SEEN ATKINEMA The employees and officers of the Central National hank taking an aviation outing at Durant field is one of the features of The TRIBUNE-Klnema Weekly shown at the Klnema today.

Plans for a bank exchange via air route with New York City have been tentatively discussed by Vice President If. A. Mosher of the hank and FraJik Lowry of the Durant Aircraft Corporation. A large number of wild ducks, representing most of the migratory species of the West coast, are shown in the Weekly resting Ijike Merrltt where they spend part of the winter. The football gam between the University of California and the University of Washington is another feature of the Weekly at the Kinema.

I1RAIV HURT Ry'fALL. ti rtrlnnfll. 74'venrn old. fell on a Berkeley sidewalk and sustained a concussion or tne nrsin witn proo-able fracture of the skull. He is at the emergency hospital.

His residence is 2879 Sacramento Street, San FranelscfK Itching Rashes Soothed With Guticura A fl ftnifffffvtjj Son OfntMot 04 TmSsn yaplevii fmat "HtUart, ppt. 1, too I0ZEHI COURTS CLOSE AS JUDGES BANQUET MANY HARDSHIP casee of recent hearing, also attended the opening day of the trial, and indicated that they will be present continuously through the trial. 1 A campaign to check the growing fire menace of automobile garages and repair shops, which are being erected in old frame buildings in all parts of the city, has been launched toy cnier imiiou wmieneaa ana Fire Marshal E. M. North up as the result or recent opinions receivea from the eity attorney.

According to Chief Whitehead, he has received from City Attorney H-L. Hagan a ruling that no frame building may be occupied as a public garage or repair shop unless the building, was so occupied on October in laifi th rit nf th tasMMett tit the present building lay, and any persons, firms and corporations oc- cupying this class of building since that time are liable to immediate expulsion. "The fire marshal's office will hereafter efforts to eppre-) bend such Jaw violators," said Chief Whitehead today, "and arrests will follow a refusal of any person to meet the requirements of the present building ordinance in this connection." CIVIL PLACES SET An examination to create an eligi- ble list for" stenographers' in the municipal service wan called this mornir.g by Kevretary FranK ColbVurn of the Civil Service Board for No-j vembcr 24, The salary attached ranges from to $100 a month, nd applicants must be more than 18 years old and citizens of the United States. Appllca FIRECHIEFRFS MENACE I EMIATI1 EO 1 i Free Use pf City a Auditorium Asked Application for the free use of the afena of. the municipal auditorium on tho night of February was mad to the city council this morning by the Sons and Daughter of Washington, in behalf of the -Junior branch of the organization, which Is conducting a voluntary campaign of A patriotic pageant and ball Is to be held in the municipal building 01) that night as a benefit for a club" house to be bulit for the Junior niom.

bers of the order. roLiTis Vppoixtm i-'t. ATHENS. Wednesday. (French! Wireless Sprvice.) Nicholas Pplitis, Greek minister of foreign affairs, has been appointed- Greek representative on, the council of the League of Nations.

Pqljtia was one of the Creek plenipotentiaries af the -i" 1 putting in a deal of spade work. It bnrpood and that the factory would will be my ten years' work which not be nuisance. ac-will win forme. The people wh COrdlng to the residents, a porru- The will of George" J. P.

Turner, negroTlrootblack and- cne of the best knowifr characters of Oakland, who died following an operation ifor appendicitis a few days ago, his been handed to County Clerk George Gross, though no petition has been filed asking that It be probated. Turner's wife died about six months ago. The will is stated to be invalid, as it is Witnessed by only one person and Is not iielographic, evidently having been Written by the witness, C. N. Gibson.

The instrument directs that the Fifteenth Street Methodist church shall the "ten large chairs in the that BY Kid-gloved burglars' traces were found in several Oakland homes this morning whence jewelry of various sorts and values had disappeared during the night. That the burglar wore gloves is-IniMgftled to the de tectives 1y the lack of finger prints at the places which they have investigated. A total value of more than $1000 is set upon the night's At the home of Mrs. Cella Wedd-man, 621 Grove street, the burglar secured dimond-set lavallieres valued at $500.. At the residence of Mrs W.

C. Smith, 2602 Adeline street, a burglar using a pass key" took four rings and a diamond-set ornament The Halprunner Medical company at Ninety-ninth and Railroad avenues, was entered and six rlntrs and a bracelet belonelns to Mrs. Marie B. Halprunner were Th cse were contained in a scrlption of a suspect has been given by Mrs. Halprunner polioe 4 An amber cameo was stolen from Mrs.

J. C. Josephs at Orint avenue and a gold watch and a small amcint in money from E. Ellis at 3338 Maybelle avenue. TO OUSTED USES PALO ALTO, Nov.

6. Following session Fremont Post of the Afiiarican" last night, at which the sixteen public health service jl uic rtuj, ma lvalue resolved to fo to their defense and i.endea'vor to secure a withdrawal of the order from Surgeon General Ru- Blue. Nine of the nurses are members of the legion and it is (claimed In their de fense that they "fre given no opportunity to present their side of the cae to the author- lures were dismissed as i. in-uuon nsntu uy 'i 1 KV" iuimc t.nptam U. it.

and to fceeure a rehearlne of inaOe a statement in which istranded. He gave the following version of the situation at the hospital: "The 250 patients In the hospital, former soldiers without legs, men ruined by poison gas, tuberculars and all the flotsam and Jletsan) of war, are virtually to the roan opposed to the removal of these nurses and express themselves bitterly over the action of the surgeon general." The investigation leading to the suspeension was made by Colonel L. L. Williams of the Marine hospital In San Francisco. Cpon his report Burgeon General Rlue.

authorized the actual dismissal by, Major White. TRAFFIC NAMED. CHICAGO, Nov. 6.7 Announce, ment of the appointment of A. C.

Johnson as tratlle manager of the Northwestern region of the railroad administration whs ma yesterday. He succeeds 1L H. McCwSlouKh, who will enter the service of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad HOMES RAIDED GLOVED BURGLAR I 1 i itaiK aoout niiuun ienob8 I have ever met. Someoneinterrupted Viscountesa flhnut SOClal.rC forms. "The Blums?" ecnoea ri Mr i 8UPpoge If.

be-Why every woman In tnts nan bachelor's degree at knows that It was the desire to no knows tnat 11 7:, college, waters provide means for taKing uismiKsea irorn auty at trie and landing with the minimum of Palo Alto government hospital told. The Environment of "WiWwood Gardens" What's the most important thing of all when it comes to choosing the spot for a home? Environment! Isn't it? Here in Upper Piedmont surrounded by the finest homes in California you can buiH and be content. Certain that yvhile you're away your children and your wife are protected from undesirable influ- i 1 AiaTiiie ClBgTQpil iHlctlut, rl LflCltlgC IS Thp protect against the pro- of 'the 'nanYe of Tele- R(MWfVft former president was'1 this morn-1 real st.ite I 1 I 1 the civil with the city clerk Halll SOrWCenns- by F- W. Swlgart, a a sl'" lv'-'lur T. M.

-William; was appointed' be league to call upon Major -swig-irt claims that the at ences. rame is considered distinctive, ns it the r.nly ot tt Kind In Following the meeting away with tne muni both my husband and myself into When the cheering ceased a yf Irish woman asked Countess Astor iff she. would vote for old age pen- Lun. fnr nersons over Bp. 1 -I cannot make any rash prom-iqes replied the speaker.

"And anyhow, I don't Ink guoh youn. woman as you are ought to be asking the noorhouse near Plymouth, the viscountess waS in a happy mood and teased soms of tne ininaiorj. Contract for County Hospital Repairs let The board of supervisors awarded the contract for removing bunmngs occupied by tubercular patients at the County hospiml from the front to the rear of the grounds, repairing the chapel and ntalHn heat in several of the inmates buildings to V. W. Maurice for The bid of Maurice was the.only one submitted and the board delayed action because It was excessive.

It was stated. today, however, that no estimate oMhe cost was originally submitted and that since County Architect H- Meyers had checked up the items It was found-the. bid was a reasonable one. Maurice recently was awarded a contract for repairing the main building at tne. county cost of more man ituu.uuu iw -declared he had made an error In his figure and had bid $5000 too low.

Telephone Workers Seek Wage Increase Ten representatives of the electrl- cal workers' organizations In Cali-foreia, Nevada, Oregon, Washington and Idaho are meeting today with Fullerton, superintendent of plant for the Pacific Telephone com- pany. The object of the conference Wto seek an agreement regarding Mhe request by the male electrical workers for an increase wages ui a 1 a Tho present wage is a day. There are other features to the i working agreement suggested by tbe men and which is now under discussion. lurniu. a'i 15 nt the office of Board in the City Other examinations announced for the future are fnofe library substitute, December jmrse, December' -De-embfr 11; whool principal's clerk, December 15; blacksmith on the city dredger, December 18; rodent and squirrel exterminator, January 12; supervisor of the municipal komhoufce, Junuary 11; assistant bacteriologist, January 19; assistant meat inspector, January 22; senior clerk, January 26; deputy nanitary inspector.

January 29. Save the is of made Ci.ntusioti win result miti that ot lho order that there is now a would be to discredit the nurses in Roosevelt street in Berkeley. The kheir posatssion and leave them At $30 and $35 a froiit foot you can buy here and live in the most-to-be-desired residence scctionthat exists in California. Buying, too; at prices less by far than those of any even FAIRLY good residence property in Oakland or Piedmontl Buy in Wildwood Gardens. Build your home there among the Oaks.

The home that suits your desire. Build with your friends all around you. Where you'll live'and be permanently happy. $6000 is the minimum restrictions-" There is no maximum. council Is to hold a puwic nearing on the proposed change on Deeemjber 8.

Babies Heal Estate Service" FRED E. REED CO; INC. INFANT MORTALITY if aomethinij rifrhtful. cm hardly realize that of ait the childrea born in civilized countries, twenty-two per cent, or nearly one-quarter, die before thtjy reach one year thirty-seven per cent, or more than one-third, before taey are five, and one-ball befora they are fifteen do not beaitata to eay that a timely use of Castoria would aava tnany of these precious lives. Neither do we hesitate to Bay that many of ties infantile death are occasioned by the ose of narcotic preparations.

Drop, tinctures and soothinj? ayrups sold for children' complaint contain more or less opium or rnorphin. Tby are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity, they stupefy, retard circulation and lesd to congestions, sickness, death. There can be no danger in the use of Castoria If It bears the signature of Chaa. 11.

Fletcher contaiisB no opiates or narcotics of any kind, yjf yjrL-JL Genuine Caaturi aJwaya bears igniure of Aaj J44ovtC "An 802 Syndicate BJdg. TJione tokesjdXvOfj i )-.

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