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WEDNESDAY; EVENING Cfftiime -lY JULY 10, 1918. Resolved, That Miss Mary Barmb'y be! Mfg. Henry Ganaberger, OFFICIAL BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Pacific Mail S.S. Co. Vnal ExMllmt PiiMSta (meat TRANSPACIFIC SERVICE tatlon be granted; Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, That the Purchasing Agent be and he Is hereby- directed to secure the above trans'-portation for said indigent.

On motion bv Supervisor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Heyer, the resolution was adopted by the following vole: fJSW i nSn Drafted men of Ihe- ''baby juat placed In class 1 by EHvIslon Board No. (, and who hava been denied the privilege of enlisting in other branches of the army, navy and marine corps aervice on account of being- of draft age, may accomplish practically the same effect by volunteering for general military aervice with Chairman Hasklns of that board. Kavklna haa a call from Sacramento, In company with other boards, for men willing to take up kinds of service, such as to take effect Immediately. i On motion by Supervisor Fdss, seconded by Supervisor Heyer, reso. lutlon was adopted by the following vote: Ayeii Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tern.

Mul-Una 4. i Absent Chairman Murphy 1. VACATIONS. GRANTED. Resolved, That M.

J. Campbell, guard on tiie Park atreet bridge; be and he 1" hereby granted a leave of absence ol two weeks beginning July 2, 1918, without compensation: and Be It Further Resolved, That M. Campbell be and he is hereby appointed bridge tender on the Park street bridge for a period of two weeks, beginning July 2, 1918, at a compensation of (76, during the vacation of George Haskell. And Be It Further Resolved. That Manuel Gusto be snd he Is hereby appointed guard on the Park atreet bridge during the leave of absence gf M.

J-Campbell for a period of two weeks, from July 2, 1918, at a compensation of 50. On motion by Supervisor Heyer, seconded by Supervliior Hamilton, the resolution was adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4. Abseht Chairman Murphy 1. Resolved, That George J.

Gilbert be and he ia hereby appointed aa assistant superintendent at the Detention Home, for a period of two weeks, from July is, 1918, during the vacation of J. Flynn, at a compensation of $55. On motion by Supervisor Foss, seconded by Supervisor Heyer, the resolution was adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro. Tem. Mulllns 4.

Absent Chairman Murphy I. Resolved, That William Richards be and he is hereby, appointed aa bridge tender at the it'ebster atreet bridge during the, -ms4rrTon of E. Horton for a weeks from July 1918. at a compensation of $75. On motion by Supervisor Heyer, seconded by Supervisor Koss, th resolution was adopted by the fo lowing vote: Ayes-Hupervlsors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem.

Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Murphv 1. Resolved. That H. J.

Nolan be ana he lg hereby appointed aa gardener at the Court House grounds for a period of two weeks from July 2, 1918, during the vacation of M. Hanley, at a compensation of $55. On motion by Supervisor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Heyer, the resolution was adopted by the following f'chanlos. drauahtsmen and a score of Ayes Supervisors Foss. Hamilton.

Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem Mul line Absent Chairman Murphy 1. WEBSTER STREET BRIDGE. Whereas, The War Department of the unuea stales Government naa oracrea that the new bride across the estuary, between the cities of Oakland and A nmeda, be delayed on account nf the mnr. needs of the nation now at war 1nr the material and labor that would Involved: and Whorcas. is the desire of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Alameda, State of California, to do all In their power to help In winning the war, snd the old Wf-bster street bridge, being In need of repair.

It is deemed necessary In the public Interest that said Webster street bridge be placed In a first-class condition; Now. Therefore, Be It Resolved, That the County Surveyor be and he is hereby ordered to make the. necessary plans, specifications and estimates therefor. On motion by Supervisor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Foss. the was adopted by the following' vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem.

Mul iins t. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. mL MAP FILED. Whereas, The Villa Site and Development Company, a corporation, has presented to the Hoard of Supervisors of the. County of Alamcd.i.

Kt.ito nf fornla, a mnp entitled rinehaven, Oak land. Alameda County, California' duly acknowledged and certiticl. which said map said corporation l-i about to record ln the office of the fn. nt Recorder of Alameda County; and Whereas, Said corporation, the ownel of said tract, has executed and filed with this board a Rood and sufficient bond in the sum of one thousand (1000) dollars, with Harold Havens and Ira A. Miller 'aa sureties, by ijs terms-made to inure to tho County of Alameda, and conditioned for the payment of all taxes which are at the time of filing map a lien against said tract or any part thereof, but.

not yet payable; Nbwf Therefore, He It Resolved. That the Hoard of Supervisors of the County ot Alameda does hereby fix the amount of said bond to be the sum of one thousand (10001 dollars, and does hereby ap. prove the aforesaid bond so filed; and Be It Further Resolved, That the clerk of this board bo and he hereby la authorized to Indorse upon such map the fact that such bond has been filed and approved by Bald board as provided by law. On motion by Supervisor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Hevcr. the res olution was adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem.

Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. MAP FILED. Whereas, The Berkeley and Oakland Improvement Company, a corporation, has presented to the Board of supervisors of the County of Alameda. State of California, a map entitled "University Villa Park, Oakland.

Alameda County, t'alifornia," duly acknowledged and certified, whicjf said: map said corporation Is about to record In the office of the County Recorder of Alameda County: and Whereas, SaH corporation, the owner of said tract, has executed and filed with said board a- bond In the sum of five hundred (500) dollars, with M. C. Crowley and John Murphv as suretiea, by Its terms made to Inure to the County of Alameda and conditioned foi the payment of all taxes which are at the time of filing map a. lien against such tract or any part thereof, but not yet payable: Now, Therefore, Be It Resolved, That the Board of Supervisors of tha Countv of Alameda does hereby fix the amount of such bond In the sum of five hundred (1)00) dollars, and does hereby approve the aforesaid bond so filed; and It Further Resolved, That the clerk of this board be and he herebv is suthorised to indorse upon such map the fact that such bond haa been filed and approved by said board as provided vy law. On motion by Supervisor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Heyer, the resolution waa adopted by the following vote: A yea Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer snd Chairman Pro Tem.

Mulllns 4. Ahsnt Chairman Murphy 1. FOURTH Of JI'LV APPROPRIATIONS. Resolved, That the appropriations ol two thousand (2000) dollars for celebrai" tlons to be held on the Fourth of Jtilv. at Oakland, Alameda, and Llvermore, in accordance with resolutions passed June! 0K0U7LP-, YOKOHAMA.

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S. S. "PERU" Tor full Information ENK1AL OFFICES' California St. Phoaa Buttar SIM SAM IRAK0IS0O. OAL.

CAfRslMIHT la. OAKLAND pally Kiopt aa Noltd. $:60 UMITED Bseramaate, Ptti ear. Marrttllla. cinaa.

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OAKLAND, ZNTIOCM EASTERN RAILWAY Depot, 40th and Shatter Are. Phoaa Pled. 6740 Non-Fatal Injuries Quits Common. In a booklet published by the Aetna Mfe Insurance Co. we nnd the following Item: "Available statistics prove that last year In the United States 11,000,000 people ecelved non-fatal lnjurlee." This must Include slight -Injuries not sufficiently serious to require the attention of a surgeon.

People should be prepared to treat Injuries of this character themselves, for most of them all that Is needed Is a bottle of Chamberlain's Unlment. It Is excellent for sprains snd bruises, also to relieve rheumatic pains. For sale by Osgood Bros. drug stores. Advertisement.

Gas, the reliable fuel, saves coal fuel saves coal. Gas For rreserv 1 ONSERVATION calls berries and vegetables. 4 other occupations. Drafted msn may volunteer for this service by July 16 and will be sent forward to train-Ins: camps and fitted for the work which they desire to undertake. This will have the effect of a preferred selection or Initial enlistment in occupational selection.

On July IS, If sufficient men have not volunteered to fill the required quota, a draft call will be mad a and the proper number Inducted. These men will, in all probability, be rushed immediately East and from there to France, as has been the cope In the past with preferred oc- cupatlonal volunteers. Men who volunteered early In the year under similar calls are now in France. a if IE The police started lis "bum" drive on the unemployed men of the city, on orders from Chief of Police Henry Ned- dsrman fVlay. The chief has JAt re turned from the convention of the In ternational Association of Chiefs of To lire filled with tha plana of the various pol'ce beads of the country who are to o-operate with the United 8tatee In rounding up the Idle members of so.

ciety under the "work or fight" pro gram. Patrolmen today are stock of poolrooms, cigar saloons, cafes, shooting, galleries and other places where men of draft age congregate and are employed. Inquiring Into fhelr occupations, their ages, their draft eligibility and making other investigations. They will report tonight and tomorrow. the end of the week a full tabula-lion of these men will be In Nedder man'a hands.

A conference will then be held with federal draft officials and their disposition arranged. "It will be' advisable for every man, who not sure whre he atands, to determine If he Is In an unproductive occupation." declared the chief today, and if so, to procure a productive Job Immediately. We are going to enforce th regulation to the limit. The Idea DRIVE IS STARTED immm IIOTBL Overlooking Canada's Gateway to the Pacific A spacious hostelry (635 rooms) the fragrance of lovely gardens vigorous enjoyment of golf, tennis, motoring, fishing, sailing make the Hotel Vancouver A PERFECT SUMMER CENTER Delightful service and reasonable rates. Cet to know Canada better ymt Dearest ally Auk for Itmrtrt Tw No.

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Pjm'r. Dpt. CanaHlaa Ftcifio RailwaT. Ms Market 8n Franciiro. Other Delightful Vacation Points In the II I PACIFIC ROCKIES gltAhEM JO 8AM FRANOlttOO ft FOUTLAKD g.

00, M.rb.t t. F. Paaoa (attar fMa ervice ing Electric Compay BVA! Economy i N. Gallagher Sons, $49; Herr scher Merc Vol 8oci Chas. W.

Heyer. Hyman Bros. Box Label Fredk. Hennings. $61; 8.

mant N. T. Harrison, $24; Herrscher Merc. $12; Wm. Emll J.

Hittenberger, diss. Hadlen A Walter J. Holm, $4: Hogan Lumber $28.35: Hola-blrd Elec. P. A.

Haviland, S. T. Johnson $12; S. T. Johnson $4.50: Kahn Bros, Kracke Brunje, $131 60; Elix.

Ki'K-patrick, $40; Kahn iS.64; Lesser lesser K. Llnthlcum, $3.25: Geo. W. Lelftx, J. H.

Lanktree, J. H. Inktree, $38 60; Geo. W. Lelss, $88.83.

Maxwell Hdwe. Maxwell Hdwe. Maxwell Hdwe. Maxwell Hdwe. Jos.

P. Mvara. $1.1: Muller Bros 33- Henry iH. Meyers. $lf12: A.

H. Morrb, $81.84. O. Macdonald Sons, Druggists, Oak. Stationery Toy $1.65: T)a.

Col. ot Med. Osgood G3gooU Osgood SL'0 15; Cal. M. Orr, Pac.

Tel Tel. $22. Geo. Palmer, $40: Pac. Gis fit Ele.

John C. Rohan, John C. Rohan, G. B. Ratio Rosenberg A.

Klrhtor A. B. Rlchter Rifblerg, $22: Rueker-Fuller Desk $124 80; J. M. Samuels, J.

Stan, ley, Southern Pacific $173; sunset View Cem. J. Solon Swhwarts Grocery, $15; Fred Schmidt, Fred Schmidt, $22 32; Snerr lr'nur I'n o- A Hchluster ft $55.80: Standard Elec Time 1 0. i Southern Pacific $18.4: Sunset Lumber $320.61: Sperry Flour $192; A. II Sweltxer.

$24; St. Marv $55; J. R. Thompson, Tltsworth, $20; Union OH Co. of J.

K. Warner, $27; Western Cal. Fish Western Union Tele 62c; Western Elec. Western Cal. Fish $27: Yawmnn Erbe Mfg.

Zellerbach Paper 82c. Total. EXPOSITION FUND. 1917-1918. Conn.

Fire Ins. $10.25: J. M. King $120; Pac. Tel.

Tel. $8. Total, $138 26. OCEAN VIEW ROAD DIST. 19.

Graves-Spears R. M. $4.25. WASHINGTON ROAD DIST. 19.

Graves-Spears R. M. Co $31. 50. WEBSTER ST.

BRIDGE BLDG. Evening Times-Star, $69.60. RECESS MEETING, JULY 1918. CHANGES IN EMPI-OYEEB. Resolved, That the fol owing In mnlnVAAi recommended ny ine County Institutions Commission be anu ratlfleri- ra htrtJ? That G.

W. Krankel be employed as waiter at a salary ot $50 per month, effective June 25, 1918. That Robert Brown be employed aa fireman at a aalary of $10 per month, effective June 24, 1918, In place of J. H. StowelL That William Isaacs be employed as porter of Dormitory No.

18 at a of $16 per month, effective June 29, 1918, place of R. Madden. tau esi for a period oT oneonth at I That Maud Benuer do empioyea salary nf 850 ner month, effective i mn 18. to relieve C. Jennot and D.

Patnude for their vacation. That C. Antrim be emnloved as night watchman for a period of two weeks at a salary of i.iO per month, effective July 1, 1818, to relieve T. Q. Leonard during bis vacation.

That Mara-nret Potta he employed aa first floor practical nurse st a aalary of $35 per month, effective July 1, That John Nelson be emp overt aa hftln.f at anlarv nf l.0 net monjh, effective July 1, i918, place of Wlnfield. That Miss M. P. Wymore. assistant matron of Old Ladlea' building, be transferred to the operating room and her salary Increased from to $85 per month, effective July 1, 1918, In place of Miss McKlnnon, resigned.

On motion bv Supervisor Heyer. seconded by Supervisor Hamilton, ths resolution waa adopted by the following vote: Avea Siinervlsora Foss. Hamilton. Hever and Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4.

Absent Chairman Murphv 1. BKIIK1E TEND Kit APPOINTED. Resolved. That the appointment of F. V.

Price aa bridge tender on tha estuarv bridges made on July 1, 1918, be and the same Is hereby rescinded and set aside: and he It further Resolved, That C. A. Richards and George C. Pape be and the aame are hereby appointed aa bridge tendera on the estuary bridges at a compensation of $150 per month each, aald appotot-ment to rtate from and after July 6. 1H18, and July 15, 1918, respectively, and to be arthe pleaaure of thla board; also that they are to be aaalgned to theli duties by the supervising bridge tender.

On motion by Supervisor Heyer, seconded by Supervisor Hamilton, the resolution was adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. PAINT ROOF COURT HOUSE. Reso.ved, That the resolution passed by this board on the 10th day of June, 1D18, directing the Purchasing Agent to Issue his order to the Imp Manufactur bJ amj the K.h Be It Further Resolved, That the plana and specifications for the doing of said work prepared by Henry H.

Meyeru architect, and filed with this board oTi the 6th day of July, 1918, be and the earn herehy are approved and accepted and the Purchasing Agent Is authorised to issue an order for and on behair or the board to the aald Imp Manufacturing Company, for the doing of said work In strict accordance with salt) plana and specifications, the total coat of said work to be the sum of four hundred Mulo dollars and to be for the completion of the work In accordance, with such plans and specifications: and Be It Further Resolved. That the said contractor be required to give a bond with some responsible surety company aa surety conditioned that if the painting or any of said work shall prove defective In any particular within a period of three (3) years that the said contractor will supply, absolutely free of charge, to the roof of the Court Hons enotiRh paint of ths same material and quality provided In the contract so aa to re-paint such portions of the roof as appear defective, or to do any other work that may ba necessary In order to replace and restore defective material and workmanship; and Be It Further Resolved, That the contractor warrant and guarantee the work for a period of five (6) years hut glvo a ootid for three (3) years aa aforesaid. On motion by Supervisor Heyer, seconded by Supervisor Hamilton, lie resolution was adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervlsora Foss. Hamilton. Hever and Chairman Pro Tem.

Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. No further business appearing, the board adjourned. -v P. J.

MURPHY, Chairman. Attest: GEO. E. GROSS, Clerk. By JAMES C.

HOLLAND, Deputy Clerk WAVE MONEY AVOID PAIN 10 Years' Guarantee wttii alt Work. H-K GOLD CKOWNS $3.00 Ret of Tenth Work $5.00 Gold Fillings ll.OOjbllver Killing! 600 IIt. F. Ij. STOW BOSTON DENTAJ.

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:20 p. :40 p. ra. m. ana sne hereby appointed County Librarian for this county for the term and at the salary provided by law; and be It further Resolved, That the following persons be and they hereby are appointed to the respective positions set their respective names and at the monthly salaries act forth aftnr their respective names, in Connection with the county free library.

The persons so appointed, their respective positions and salaries, are aa fol owsr Jean D. Balrd, assistant, $110; Jerome i Ktlielbert, assistant. $90: Florence Kver- ftV assistant; $80; Margaret Griffin, bocTRVnender. $70: Mrs. E.

S. Hamilton, attencmnt. Albany. $35: Mrs. U.

L- SeHrl. (tendant. Altamont, $15; Al bet NVrls, attendant, Alvarado, $30; Mrs. F. M.

George, attend ant. Alvlso S.ooI Dlstrlrt. $16'. Mrs. K.

II. Due. attendant, Cas tro Hill, Mabel Yates, attendant, Centcrvlllo, Mrs. Ixabeth Will lams, attendant Dooto, $20; Mrs. Rose Hamilton, attendant, Dublin.

$li; Mrs. Elisabeth Creelsaan, attendant. Hay ward, MartlilMack. attendant. Irv Ington, t-b; Myrtle Harp, attendant, IJvermorc, Dr.

T. A. Nichols, attendant, Mission San Joie, $20; Mrs. Anna Robinson, attendant. Mount Eden, $2iif Mabel Fowler, attendant, Newark, $20; Mrs, Emma Nichols, attendant, Niles, $35: Mrs.

Abby Walker, Vttend-ant, Plcasanton, $85; Mrs. Annie Ny-gren. attendant. Russell. $5: Mary attendant, Kan Leandro, mrs.

m. It. Hromroage, attendant, oan Lorenzo, Mary Huttner, attendant, Siinol, $20; Jean' White, attendant, Thousand Oaks, $15; Mrs. J. tJ.

Triable, attendant. dinar, Francis Lnxirru, attendant. Warm Springs, $20; 1-eonnrd Trathen, janitor, (rffice, $40; Mrs. Rosa Diehl, Janitor, Albany, W. A.

Yates, 1 rVv, 'L i-, i Roland, janitor, Mies, George Hrom- irrni, This resolution to take effect August 1, 1918. On motion by Supervisor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Heyer, the resolution was adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mul-lins 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. PERMIT GRANTED.

Whereas, The De Luxe Transportation Company, a corporation, did, on the 17th day of June. 1918. file with this board application for a permit to passenger, freight, baggage, nd mall service between the operate press i dividing line of Alameda and Santa Clara counties and the City of Hay-ward, as part of a transportation system between San Jose, Oakland, Alameda, Berkeley, San Francisco and intermediate points, snd also did on the 24th day of June, 1918, file an application to establish service for the transportation of freight, baggage and express matter between Oakland, Alameda, Berkeley and Emeryville and the Town of Hayward, such passenger, baggage and express service to mn luti. inca li-v Iko itwn mnlnr vhlrlj malntainerl try the ufe of motor vehicles and motor trucks, a public 'hearing on the said applications and each of them having been set by this board, and the publication of notice of the same having been published, all In accordance with and pursuant to the act of the legislature of the State of California, regulating transportation by automobile ovei public highways, and said hearing on both of aald applications having been heard pursuant to said notice given, all of which facts the board so finds, and said applications having come on regularly to be heard this 1st day ot July, 191 Now, Therefore Be It Resolved, That a permit is hereby granted and Issued to said lie 'Luxe Transportation Company, to operate and maintain a passenger, freight, baggage, expresi and mall sen-Ire between the dividing line of Alameda snd Santa Clara countlea and the said Town of Hayward as part of a Iranenortatinn avatem hetween Kan Jose, Oakland. Alameda, Berkeley, tanl Francisco and intermediate points, and a freight, baggage, express nd mail service between Oakland Alameda.

Herke'ev, Emeryville and the Town of Hayward, In so far as the territory of the County of Alameda Is concerned tying outside of incorporated cities and towns, said service to be carried on by the use of motor vehicles and motor trucks and over the highways of th County of Alameda between the respective termini: and Be It further Resolved, That this permit shaft extend for a period of Iwe (2) years from and after the date of the passage of this resolution unlesx sooner revoked by this board: said permission to he subject to revocation this board at any time without notice; and Be It Further Resolved, That the business conducted under this license or prunit by said De Duxe Transportation Company, a corporation, ahall be sub ject tcNall rules and regulationa of this board nW in force or hereafter enacted He It Further Resolved, That this permit Is granted subject to the pay- "'j-vo i (25) and dollars for each passenger vehicle, fifty (50) dollars vehicle: used In connection with such service, which tax la to be payable quarterly In advance on or before the data upon which the respective -vehicles are operated by said licensee under this permit The quarterly periods shall begin on the first day of January and regularly on the first day of every three months thereafter, payments made at other times ahall be pro rated to th beginning of the next quarter; In case of the revocation of, tnis permit, the proper quarterly pro rata of such license fee or tax win he rerunueu. On motion hy Supervisor Foss, sec onded by Supervisor Hamilton, the res. olutlon was adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton. Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4.

Absent Chairman Murphv I. CLAIMS ANI PAY ROLL. On motion by Supervlsjr Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Heyer, the fol lowing claims as approved by tho Au diting and Finance Committee, and shown 'On the Register of General Warrants, also nay roll, were oaVred Paid to the respective claimants In the sums and out of tno tunus aesignatea, py tne following vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Hever and Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1.

GENERAL FUND. 1917-1H18. Amer. $55.50: Allen's Press. C.

Bureau, Ala. Co. Title Ins. F. W.

Adams, K. Brown $1.90: Burnham-Standeford $148; F. Bernal, Cushman A Denlson Mfg 81.5L'; Cola Cole, Crystal laundry A. Carlisle A A. Currlln Son A.

C. Cunha, Centervllle Water $8, G. eV P. Downey F. T.

Dus-terberry, $J0: W. V. Eberly, $20; J. A. Grav.

$25: O. P. Hamlin, $10; O. D. Hamlin.

$15; O. N. Hlrsch, $46.66: Mra. F. H.

Hearaeh," Wm. W. Hlrah, $10.05: Leo. P. Haas, $20; W.

H. Irwin, $10; Mrs. Emma Johnston, 14.0R Kanny A M. Kollman, A. b.

Kelly, $16; J. B. Lanktree, $500; Arthm W. Lee, $7 Uchtlg aV Son. Maxwell Hdwe.

Mendocino State Hospital, $46: Municipal Elec. Plant, Hdwe. 60e; Moffat Investment $1(15; Masonlo Temple Pauline 8. Nus-baumor, $20; Oaklsnd Knquirer H7M.5N- Osk. Pioneer Soda W.

6flc jOak. Title Jns. A G. $10; Pac. Tel.

Te 3o.i3; rae, Tel. Il Tel. Pac. Tel. Tel.

$150.76: Pete's Fashion $14; O. A. Quelrolo $10; Ithodes-Jamieaon Frank Roderick, Record Tire John Stanley, $12; Schelbner ft ITodson, smltn n.si; stste t'om. In I.imiicy, lister H. Htot-k, W.

Gonres, 84.90; A. chlueter ft Mrs. V. A. Schrader, Jsmes Stanley.

Union Oil Co. of Cat. $138 70; Ed It, Wilson, Frsnk Wlltxe, Welnstock-Nichols $712 (i3; Waterhntise Lester 25c; K.I Wilson, 81.50; West Publishing $28; M. Ii. Welsh, $J5; Walnstock-Nlch.

ols $2.94: Mrs. M. Wenlg, $20; y.el. Psper 14.41. Total.

$7694.02. INFIRMARY FI ND. 1917-1918. Ala. J'owitv Farm Bureau, W.

3 Abernethy, R. Boyson, $10; N. Brophy, Herg'S Funeral Parlors, $10; Bowman Drug $25.57: Bowman Drug Clarence N. Cooper, $10; Acme Grocery. $15; C.

A. B. or Ala. $06.26: Chandler Ierc. 889.50: K.

Cary, $23,311: Central Mar-ket, $4 Cutter LSlxiratorv, $13.20, Calif. Cracker Crane Jnueln's Shoe Store, Depaoll, $28; K. R. Panlelson, V. i.

reka M. at $12; Kkonomle Ore. eery, 166; Eden Creamery Frultvl Merc. $10; W. P.

Fuller $6 89; Gnul's Market, $29; jaj, Graham Mfg. Ja. Graham REGULAR MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, MONDAY, JULY 1, 1919. The regular meeting of the Board pi Supervisors waa called to order at 10 o'clock a. m.

On call of the roll li following Were- present. Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Mu.llns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy On motion by Supervisor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor. HeyerJ Super-visor Mullins was elected chairman pro tern, by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Foes, Hamilton, Heyer and Mullins 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1.

on motion by Supervisor Hamilton, Seconded by Supervlaor Heyer, the reading ot the minutes of the last meeting was waived and they were approved as entered In the minute-book by the following vote; Ayes supervisors Fobs, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro. Tem. Mul- 111184. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. RECEIPTS.

The fo'lowlng receipt for money paid into the County Treasury was filed: Purchsse price for Dodge car, $226.. AFFIDAVITS OF PUBIJCATlON. The following affidavits of publication were filed; Oakland Enquirer De Luxe Transportation Hearing. Township Register Union Sanitary District Election. Leandro Standard-Observer Liquor application of Hose Plncanco.

Township Register Uquor application of M. Cavanaugh. REPORTS. The following reports were filed: Receiving hospital, month of June, 1911. Auditor, month of May, 1U.

APPLICATION- FOR IJQUOR LICENSE. The following applications for liquor license were presented to the board and referred to the Franchlee and License Committee, Monday, July 22, 1918, being set for day of hearing and the Clerk directed to publish the requisite notices. Hllva aV Rusrhln Newark. Sllva Perry Newark. LIQUOR MCENSES GRANTED.

The Franchise and License Committee having reported favorably onHhe appll-catlona of Rose Plncanco of Ashland and M. J. Cavanaugh of Nilea, there be. In no nroteeta. resolutions were Intro duced srantlnar the above named per mission to obtain from the Tax Collector a license for the sale of liquor tor one year.

On motion by Supervisor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Foss, the resolutions were adopted by the follow. tng vots: Ayes Supervisors Foes, Hamilton Heyer and Chairman Pro Tern. Mul Una 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. RKQUIHITIONS.

The following requisitions for aupplleS etc. wr Htlnweri' Farm advlaor: road foremen, bridge tenders. 3: jail. 4: purchasing depart ment, rlerk, probation office de tention home; Arroyo garage, 3: county honoital. 11; treasurer: as.

sessor, janitor, receiving hospital, 2 recorder. COMMUNICATIONS. The following communications were received and acted on as follows: Oakland Fourth of July Committee nvltaton to attend tne pubile aance; accepted. State Agricultural Society State Fair; filed. Mrs.

A. C. Martin Invitation to at tend reception of grand officers of S. P. R.

filed. PRELIMINARY BUDGET. The preliminary budget for the year 1918-1W9 was presented to tne ooara. On motion by Supervisor Hamilton, sec. onded by Supervisor Heyer, the same was approved by the following vote.

Ayes Supervisors Fosa, Hamilton, Meyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4. HEARING PET. Absent Chairman MorphT 1. On motion by Hamilton, seconded by Supervlaor Heyer, the hearing on the application of the Peninsula Motor Truck and Express Company for permission to operate freight and express service between Oakland, fillroy and way points was set for Monday, July ft.

191ft. at 10 o'clock and the Clerk directed to publish in the Oakland Enquirer notice of the time and place of said hearing, by the following vote: A yea Supervisors Foss, Hamilton. Hevcr and Chairman Pro Tem. Mul llns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1.

WORK ACCEPTED. A certificate was received from H. II. Meyers stating that J. Oensler had com pleted the electrical work on the Hall of Records and recommended the acceptance of the same.

On motion by Supervlaor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Heyer, the certificate was ap. proved and work accepted, by the fol lowing vote: Ayes Superisors Foss, Hamilton, fleyer ami Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. RESOLUTION RESCINDED.

Resolved, That the action of this board In appointing Maynard Meyer as mechanic at the garage on June 17. 191 be and the same la hereby rescinded and Set aside. On motion by Supervisor Hamilton, seconded by Supervlaor Foss, the resolution waa adopted by the fo lowing vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4. Absent Supervisor Chairman Murphy SAIARIES FIXED.

Resolved. That the salary of the su pervising bridge tender, from and after July lPi. tie ana ine same is nereDy fixed at 1176 per month; also That the salary of the following named bridge tenders be and the same are hereby fixed at 1150 per month from and after juiv iis: K. J. fiorton, Daniel Sullivan.

C. A. Lewis, James Young. S. Arada.

George Haske'l, lee Dernier, William Cronln; and Be It Further Resolved, That the fol lowing named persona be and they are herebv appointed aa bridge tenders on the estuary bridges at a compensation of llftO per month, front and after July 2. 1911; Emll Petera. F. V. Price and W.

H. Landnn, and that they be as-algned to duty on the bridges by the supervising bridge tender On motion by Supervisor Foss, seconded by Supervisor Hamilton, the resolution was adopted by the follow'ng vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. 'Resolved, That the salary of S.

D. Rclgo, matron at the Detention Home be and the same Is hereby fixed at tluv per month from and after July 1, and Be It Further Resolved. That Miss Vautier be and she is hereby appointed Ss nurse at the Receiving Hospital from uly 11, 1918, at a compensation of $76 per monUi, and to serve at the pleasure of this board. On motion by Supervisor Heyer, see. onded by Supervisor Hamilton, the resolution waa adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Fossj Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem.

Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Resolved that from- and after July 1918, the salaries of the following named persons at the Baby Hospital be changed as follows: nertna wrignt, rrom. imo to 8125, and Mary Gray, from $50 to 175, nor month, refinectivn lurt that th position now held by Annette McKay be and me same la nereDy aDOlisnea rrom June 80, 1918. On motion by Supervisor Foss. sec- ended by Supervisor Hamilton, the resolution waa adopted by the following vote: Ayes supervisors Foss, Hamilton.

Heyer and Chairman. Pro Tem. Mul-lins 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1 Resolved. That Itav Cellander be and here la hereby appointed aa mechanio at the Aladema County Garage at a compensation of 8liio per month, to take effect Immediately and to serve at the) Dleaaurs of this board.

Resolved, That the aalary of Oeorrtfl superintendent of the Alameda County (iarageA. and Is hereby fixed at the aum of 1175 per month, to take effect Immediately; and be It further Resolved. That the salary of Kdward I.niklns, mechanic, at the Alameda Countv (farage, he and the same hereby fixed at $180 per month, to take effect Immediately; and be It JutKSep Resolved. That the -saJaiof O. washer and night Watchman at the Alameda County Garage, be end the same is hereby fixed at UI per month, thut men can to 1 little or nothing fc other of our boy in tiie trenchen fig unfHlr ri'vlslon." thut men can lour for 10, lain, and tne appropriation of fivel sr i' wi i.mvi.u-hundred (f.00-1 dollars for the Fourth nft'on: July celebration to be held In Rerkelev.

iu it mis are hereby ratified and confirmed, ssldlment licensee of an annual II- on you to preserve fruits. Yet patriotism and the needs of the nation demand that you waste neither vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. Resolved, That Ham Martin be and he is hereby appointed watchman in the Treasurer's office for a period of two weeks during the vacation of Joe Clark, at a compensation or, sob, De.

slnnlnr July 1. 1918. On motion by Supervisor Hamilton, seconded bv Sunervleor Hever. the res olution was adopted by the following vote: Aves Siinervlsora Foss. Hamilton.

Heyes and Chairman Pro Tem. Mul llns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. Resolved, That M. Copmart be and he is hereby appointed Janitor at the Hall of Records for a period of two weeks riimna 1 hi vacation of Will am Hunter.

at a compensation ot $55, beginning July 1, 191. On motion by Supervisor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Fosa, the resolu tion was adopted ov tne toi.owing vote Ayes Supervisors Hamilton Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4. A haent Chairman Murphy 1. Resolved, fl'hat S.

A. Brown be and he Is hereby appointed as guard on the Webster street bridge, In.place of George C. Pape, from and arter July ism, for two weeks at a compensation of $50. On motion bv Supervisor Fosa. sec onded by Supervisor Heyer.

tne resolu tion waa adopted bv the following vote: Ayas Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heve and Chairman Pro Tem. Mul- Iins-t4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. Resolved. That l.

Anderson be aed he la hereby at.nolnle.l stenographer ll the office of the Sealer of Weights and Measures for a period of three weeks during Hie vacation of Bel'e Cleary, at a compensation of $82.60. beginning July 8. 1918. Miss Cleary to have such va cation for two weeks with pay and a leave of absence of one week without Day. On motion ty supervisor Hamilton.

seconded by Supervisor Hever. the res 'blutlon was adopted by the following vote: Aves Supervisor Foss, Hamilton, Hever and Chairman Pro Tem. Mul llns-4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. ARRANGE OFFICES.

Resolved. That Orrln Paige be gnd he is hereby appointed for. a period or one month from July 1918, ht a compensation of one hundred (100) dollars to assist In arranging the different offices in the Hall of-Records Annex, etc. On motion by Supervisor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Hever, the resolution wa adopted by the following vote: Aves Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mul llns 4.

Absent Chairman Murphy I. WATCHMAN BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. 1 Resolved. That O. G.

Gage be and ia herebv anno nted as watchman foi theBoard of Equalization during the period that the assessment rolls are In the custody of the said board, at a com nensation of $160 per day, from an, after July 1. 1918. On motion bv Supervisor Heyer. sec onded bv Supervisor Hamilton, the res olution waa adopted by the foi owing vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4.

Absent Chairman Murphy 1. ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS CLAIMS. Resolved, That this board will honor claims for Investigations, drugs, medi cines and laboratory expenses to the amount of $O0 for the fiscal year 1918-1919 for the Alameda County Society for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis. On motion by Supervisor Foss, seconded by Supervisor Heyer, the resolution was adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss. Hami'ton.

Heyer' and Chairman Pro Tem. Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy FARM ADVISER CLAIMS. Resolved, That thel Hoard of 8uper-visors will honor claims for the flscnl vear 1918-1919 for the farm adviser and his assistant, the sum of three thousand (3000) dollars, snd for the expenses ot a home demonstration agent, me sum of fifteen hundred dollars. On motion by Supervisor Fosa, seconded by Supervisor Hamilton, the resolution waa adopted by the following vote: Aves Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem.

Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. COUNTS' INFIRMARY EXPENDITURES. Reso'ved, That the expenditures here, tofore made from the County Inflrmarj fund be and the same are hereby or dered paid' from the County General fund from and after July 1, 1918: and Be It Further Resolved, That the. Auditor draw no warrants for any expendl-ture accruing under the County Infirm ary funds from and after this date.

On motion by Supervisor Foss, seconded by Supervisor Heyer, the reso'u-tlon was adopted by the following vote: Avea Hupervlsors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mul. line 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. CONCRETE COriNO.

Whereas, It Is necenaary to construct a. conrrete' coping around the burial plot owned by Alameda County In the Masonic Cemetery at Llvermore, to conslat of a foundation 8 by 8 Inches with a wall 6 by 12 Inches, the wall to be 74 linear Keet Now, Therefore, Pe It Resolved, That the Purchasing Agent be authorised and lnatructed to have said coping con structed, at a cost not to exceed forty- five (45) cents per linear foot. On motion bv Sunerv sor Foss see onded by Supervisor Heyer, the resolu-4 tlon was adopted by the following Vote: "Ayes Hupervlsors Fobs, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Mul-llns Absenb-Chnlrman Murphy 1. TRANSPORTATION (ill A NTED. 'Whereas, This bosrd Is In receipt- or an application from the Iaughters of Israel Relief Society for transportation for Harry Bergor, a county Indigent, to lienver, Colorado; and Whereaa, Upon Investigation It ap- Pears to be for the best Interest of ie County of Alameda that said tranapor- time, materials nor fuel in preserving.

The Best and Surest Way to insure good results in preserving is to preserve on a modern time, labor and fuel saving Cabinet Gas Range. You have available whatever heat you wish at the turn of a valve. No danger ofover-boiling or scorching. No need'to fuss with fuel or fire. No dirt to clean up afterwards.

We are now showing many handsome, all-enamel, easy-to-lceep-clean Cabinet Ranges. All prices. Easy terms. SEE LOCAL DEALERS. around town doing their country when are losing their lives fighting for them, Is an Land Show Poster Ideas Are Wanted A group of artistically Inclined young men are on a hunt for some one with original Ideas, to be embodied In a poster for the Pacific Coast Iand and Industrial Exposition, The Ideaa of the school boy and girl will he given the same cona'deration as that of the greatest western artist The poster, primarily, must be patriotic.

It also must typify progress, Industry, producta and beauty, and must employ the colore of the Oolden West. In the ensemble the poster must tell the story of the exposition and Its relation to the world war program. The committee with power to act In the selection of the design Includes George B. Keefe. general manager; Harry Perkins, assistant manager: J.

Cat twins and Kamuel J. Donahue. Contra Costa, Napa, Santa Cruz and pan Benito counties have officially announced their participation In the exposition. ANTS DESTROY FOOD iLrlfty kmMlree kill ao drtr. tbeai awsy with TALBGTS ANT POWDER It's safe, sure sad tUaoklllloi by eostart Ask 7 our daalar.

'S TO 1H ECZEMA You can make no mistake In using Poslam, first and for all, to treat Erse ma or any Hkln Disease. It Is the 4 remedy of concentrated healing proper-J ties. Apply It right on the raw places 1 that burn and Itch; they will be pacl-I fied, aoothed, cooled, and will no longer harass. Poslam has been considered a rare "find" by many who never knew Just- What to use to aecure real and lasting relief for ailing skin. Shortest way to eradicate Pimples, Rashes, Inflammation.

Hold everywhere. For free sample write to Emergency Laboratories. 243 West 47th New York City. Poslam Boap, medicated with Poslam, ahould be used If skin is tender and sensitive. Advertisement KfJOW POSLAM mi Oukland atmronnnnnns to lor the Dnrnni i forth In the respective resolutlona hereinbefore mentioned.

On motion bv Punervlsor Hamilton seconded by Supervisor Koss. the resolu. tlon was adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss. Hamilton. Heyer mid Chairman I'ro Tem.

Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. APPROPRIATION FOR SHOW Whereas, There will be held In the City of Oakland, from September 9 to October 6, an exposition known as the tana snow, aoverttsing the resources and products or Alameda County; and Whereas, This board deems that Aln meda county would he benefited by par- in-iitiion in aut-n expoHiuon, tnst ins resources and products of said county De aavertisea mereDy; now, therefore, be It Resolved. That be appropriated from the unappropriated funds In the Advertising Fund for the purpose of sec uring space and maintaining aif exhibit at said exposition, not more than $.1000 of raid sum to cover the cost of space and the balance to he used for general expenses neceasary for tha msintenance of such exhibit and to help defray the expenses of said Iand Show. The Pacific Const Land and Industrial Kxnosition Company, which Is maintaining said land show, Bhall file with the claim for said sum vouchers showing the expenditure In detail of said It Is further understood that there shall he -refunded to the Countv of Alameda the proportion that the bears all the sums contributed by, other per.

sons, of any profits derived from the conduct of ald exposition. On motion by Rnnervfsor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Foss, the resolution was adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Foes, Hamilton, Hever and Chairman Tro Tem. Mulllns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. CONTRACT I Resolved.

That the chairman of this hoard be and he Is hereby authorized to sign an agreement cancelling the con tract heretofore existing hetween this County and the City of Oakland, rel ative to the furnishing County Freel Library service by ths said city, vaid termination to- become effective from and after the first day of August, 1918. On motion bv Supervisor Hamilton, seconded by Supervisor Foss, the resolution was, adopted by the following vote: Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman Pro Tem. Mul llns 4. Absent Chairman Murphy 1. COUNTY LIBRARY.

Whereas, The Bosrd of Supervisors of Alameda County has heretofore taken the necessary steps required by that certain act entitle,) "An Act to provide for the establishment and maintenance of county free libraries In the State of California and repealing an Act entitled Lakeside 5000 Berkeley Alameda Pacific Gas and 13th end Clav Allnton and Milvia 2310 Santa Clara wNJ3 TIME HI .1 EFFECTIVE At'GCST 1 191T OF IXICAIj FEKUY TRAINS FROM OAKLAND AND BERKELEY TO SAN FRANCISCO (PA1LY EXCEPT BERKELEY V1EMIONT Vnlv. Ave. Berkeley 5225 Alameda 20 as iil ajaits TABLE g0 JfH NOTED) 0KL.M Ml 22nd cTt ndwy. Bromlwaj 3 4 4 4 5 40 00 20 40 00 43 8 28 3 42 4 03 4 22 4 43 01 5 23 5 87 f5 48 3 68 ta oa a 07 a ss a 48 7 03 7 23 7 43 03 28 22 8 42 20 03 28 ta 43 10 08 210 23 10 43 211 03 It 83 11 03 13 f5 20 A S3 40 ft 48 00 03 fl 18 20 0 40 7 00 7 20 7 40 8 00 tn 20 40 00 9 20 19 40 10 00 210 20 10 40 21.1 00 11 20 12 OO 1 10 02 10 23 10 42 11 02 It 33 11 41 12 02 13 22 12 4J 03 22 42 02 22 42 03 and Shattucte 6 40 8 20 00 3 40 20 4 00 40 4 20 1 00 4 40 7 20 5 00 7 40 5 20 I 00 .15 I 20 t5 40 I 40 5 AO 00 OU I 20 05 I 40 80 10 00 0 40 10 20 7 00 1040 7 20 11 00 7 4 11 20 00 11 40 8 20 12 00 40 12 20 2" 00 12 40 0 20 1 00 19 40 1 80 10 00 1 40 210 20 8 00 1040 8 20 $lt 00 840 11 20 1 00 18 00 'An Act to provide county library 6 40 "OiF40 6 00 8 20 00 20 8 40' 0 40 4 00 Jo 7 00 4 SO1 7 oo 7 20 4 40 7 2o 7 40 A 5)0 7 4Q 8 00 6 20; 00 8 20 3 3ft 20 8 40 5 10 40 00 5 a 00 9 20 1 00 i 20 40 6 05! 40 10 00 0 20 10 00 10 20 A 40' io 20 10 40 1 7 00' 10 40 11 oo 7 so; ll 00 11 20 7 40f 11 20 11 40 8 00 11 40 12 00 28 20 13 00 12 20 fK40 12 20 12 40 00 12 40 no a so oo 1 20 4 40 1 20 1 40 10 00 1 40 a 00 210 20 2 00 a 20 10 40. 2 20 8 40 111 2 40 It 20j 8 00 12 tt(l 8 20 When your nerves are aO on edge and sleep seems out of the question take at bedtime one or two mm' )i dim a terns, approved April 12, and all Acta and parts of Acts In conflict with this Ac," for the eslnblishmant of a county free library In Alameda County; and Whereas, The board has caused due notice of Its intention to establish such library to be pub Isbed for the time snd In the manner required hy law: Now, Thereore, This board finds that due and legal notice of the Intention of thla boaYd to establish such county free library has been given In all respects as required by law, and Be It Further Resolved, That this Board of Supervisors does hereby estab.

llsh a county free library for the Oounly of Alameda. On motion hy Supervisor Heyer, seconded hy Supervisor Hamilton, the resolution was adopted by tha fol owing Ayes Supervisors Foss, Hamilton, Heyer and Chairman rro Tem. Mul-Una 4. Abaenf-Chalrman Murphy 1. I pally sxciit riundny.

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