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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 4

Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 4

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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-WEDNESDAY; EVENING ET PACIFIC Ml A MO UIAIW IID ELECT MISS MAMK FREITAS Who caused arrUst of sweet-1 heart uho deserted her for another. I Students and Faculty Rejoice as New U. C. Head Outlines Liberal Policy POLICE CHIEfi MAKES FIND IN OWN DESK A package containing two postage stamps, which was received in the office of the chief of police, Oakland, in 1917 from Ira Butler, who is now serving a term in San Quentin for robbery-was opened "today-byChief SHIPS READY IISIUE imin 1KB of police Frank J. Lynch.

Captain of Inspectors Walter J. Petersen is attempting to solve the si lilLlilULIIU Ul IHIIiARH 1131111: "BERKELEY. Dec. 8. Free'om of and of opinion, a real "demo- cracy" of faculty nd students alike! and a fostering of the ideals already erlerlshed on the campus such wijT be administration "policy" of Ir.

Uavid lrscott Harrows, new presi- dent of the University 'of California. I At the president's office in. Her-1 The members of -the student -body of this great university take pleasure in welcoming- to the presidential seat a man who has done as much for this university ns has President Barrows. He Is a man who stands out among the educators of this He Is man of high Ideals. He is a 10 II! BATH mystery.

The packuge contained only the postal stamps and a few empty envelopes, -I 1 1 A ill Chief Lynch came upon the pack age this morning. Bi Ing his i "Zy. ot "wnianh-tootr-potwcwiioftf marr-who has done big thing-- declaring that her visit' to the I 111 a shortly before 5 o'clock last evening. And best of all, he is a man who office. Trre rattle of the stamps gave suspicion of an infernal machine and the box was opened with caution.

Dec. S. Election of the members of the Railroad fom-Session and repeal of that part Of the ste constitution which takes Dr. Harrows declared this morning that "freedom of teaching, of research, of public activity and of the expression of opinion" would be font- Butler was sent to San Quenin for rooms of Ralph T. formerly inspector at the Moore shipyards, at the Ray hotel, was for the purpose, of demanding an explanation of his conduct in seeking ler society while posing as a single holding up an Oakland- saloon.

Finger Injured, He man, Mrs. Effle Hush, stenographer at the Moore yards and named in Sues Co. for $5000 FITT8FIELD. Deo. 4.

A regulate matters concerned with the Operation of utilities, was operation of public iitlitles, was ljrged last night at a meeting of the Berkeley Commercial Jtia in South Berkeley hall. Clinton Tefft, president of the Sub, presided at a meeting-attended 11 more than sixty business men of Houth Berkeley. Resolutions urging in the selection of the Rail-md Commission, making -member claim for $5000 has been filed against the New York, New Haven of the shortage of passenger vessel-i and the fact that the refitting of tht former German liners will requlr three months, It will be soma tims before any new passenger lines cat: be established between the FacitU, coast and the Orient, Chalrmai l'ayne of the Shipping Board told a delegation of Paclltc coast shipping and business men today. He salci. however, the board would bend every effort to relieve the situation as soon as possible.

Charles C. Moore of San Francisco, chairman of the delegation, toi Payne that American trade with tho Orient was three times as great as thu with South America, and that AniWrican business was greatly hanqlcappea by the lack of passenger facilities. Practically all of the passenger trafflo to the Orient is handled by foreign shipping companies, he said. Mohammedan soldiers in the war used nickel steel rifles which required no cleaning because the Moslem religion allows no use of grease, even for cleansing purposes. erea ny niiu.

Here is what he says In a message: to faculty, students and to the puu-lic: I WILL UPHOLD TRADITION'S I "In undertaking the reeponsibili- ties of, this oftlie I ant" especially anxious to conserve, so far as it Is my privilege, the best institutions, and traditions of the university, There has always been present in the i teaching body here a noble enthus- lasm for the success of one another, an absence of criticism, a generous appreciation toward our various ac- compllshments. It is thi spirit which has made the academic faculty so strong and adequate In the past, and I fervently hope that; no act of mine will ever weaken this spirit or make it any less the domi-. nant character of place. We have here, too, an old and fine.tra-j-dition. of freedom freedom of teach- ing, of research, of public activi, and Hartford Railroad by Miss Ruth Deyo, a pianist living in Stock bridge.

Miss Deyo claims that the little finger of her left hand was jammed In a door when she boarded a train at Housatonlc May 21, and that since that limine she has been unable to play the piano. LEASED WIRE TO TRIBUTE. CLEVELAND, Dec. 3. Two American, members of an exploring expedition launched Jointly by the Smithsonian Institute and a fi'm company, were killed in a railroad accident In the forest, Belgian Congo, South Africa, and several others seriously injured, according to a cablegram received today from Edward M.

Thierry, a newspaperman with the expedition, from, Elizabeth-ton, West Congo. Dead: 1R. JOSEPH R. ARMSTRONG, Loa Angeles, medical director and business manager of the expedition. WILLIAM STOWEXli, Los Angele.

motion picture director. The injured! PLIXV 1IORXE, Los Angeles, pho- tographer, bruised. HENRY X. KOI'LKR, Los Angeles photographer, body Injuries. EDWARD M.

THIERRY, correspondent, head lacerations, bruises and shook. Henry -Raven, naturalist, and Dr. Jlomer Le Roy Shontz, botanist, were not with the expedition Into the Congo forest, but are In Rhodesia. Edmund Holler, naturalist, and George Scott, chief photographer, are In Beira. The expedition in a medal coach, had left Sakanla for will do big things.

David Prescott Barrows Is without doubt the man for the presidency of a University which is foremost of the west and one of the foremost in the entire United States. His past history stands out with proofs that he will fulfill his office as well as any man who lias gone before him. And he Is a scholar and this Is a scholar's office. There Is an opportunity for him. The University of California has student government firmly es- -tablished.

President Emeritus Wheeler did that for us. And now President Barrows has the opportunity of watching and aiding student self-government to attain the heights which it can and will. The students of the University of California are fortunate In that President Barrows Is a California man. He has been a graduate student of this Institution. And he has been an active part of this University.

He has seen student "government rise and grow and he has taken active- part in that rise and growth. Yes he Is the right man for the job. President Harrows, we wish you success in this, your latest undertaking. And we are conrtdent that you will do as much for the Uni-sity of California as your President Emeritus Wheeler has done. When the accident occurred miss Deyo claims she was on her way to musicale in Springfield.

She says hat an operation was performed im mediately following the accident at the House of Mercy Hospital in this city, but that medical assistance failed to restore the use of her finger so that he could play the piano. oiective msieati oi npiiunimc veil as giving municipalities the right to regulate public utilities were introduced by George Gelder, secretary of the club and were unani-rpously adopted. in attacking the present personnel of the Railroad Commission, Gelder said in part: "The Railroad Commission, by. virtue of Its decisions, has created a oiondition whereby there is an absolute monopoly in the matter of plying gas, electricity, water, rail-road transportation and similar pub-Iks necessities. If the rates are high, the service poor or inadequate or inattention or Indifference is shown to Users and consumers, then the public 1 helpless.

No competing company can come Into a city. Thus com petition, the one great factor In favor of the people, is shut out. To I 1 w. ana or tne expression ui upuuuu. The only restraint upon this freedom Which our public opinion here has sought to enforce has been that re-traint which becomes a gentleman.

I feel it is far better to have our differences of view with respect to academic policy or national and social issues clearly and openly ex-Dressed than to encourage untimely the divorce complaint of Mrs. Myrtle 1. McAdanis, testified before Judge A. F. St.

Sure that there was absolutely nothing improper in her w4vlth McAdams. Mrsj. McA darns was granted a divorce and $75 a month alimony on the ground of cruelty, the court holding that there was no evidence to substantiate a charge of infidelity. Mrs. AleAdams had testified that she had gtiae to the hotel in question and found Mrs Hush in the bathroom adjoining McAdams' room, her husband being in the latter room.

She also "told of looking through the windows of Mrs. Hush's home and seeing him there. Mrs. Bush said that on the night on which she was found at the Ray hotel a woman who did not give her name called her on the telephone asked why she was running around with McAdams and if she did not know he was metrried. She said that was the first suspicion she had that he was married.

She herself is a widow. She said she had an engagement to go to the theater with him that night, so she went to his room and-dejuaudaan. explanation of his conduct. As she and McAdams were discussing the matter, she testified, a knock caijie at the door and. she ran id the Bath room to She said tht when Mrs.

McAdams saw her husband through the window he was there playing cards with her and her parents. McAdams admitted having posed as. a single Jiian. saying he was expecting to a divorce and knew Mrs. Bush would have nothing to do with him if he let her know he was married.

He said he is not working now and that he earned only 1200 a month when at the shipyards. Kllzabethvillo with a freight train ANNOUNCING the opening tomorrow of six cars. A tank car was uncoupled silence and undue reserve, in factH such freedom as this is essential to a university, and to embarrass it is Dr. Barrows is the eighth ocfcu on a siding fifty miles north of Sakania. The brakes became loosened and the tank car, running down-Esade.

overt04K ana crasnea to embarrass the -vitality or our pant oi me some unlqu4xam pus. institutions which- President Wheeler i His predecessors and their terms int tne rear of the freight train. Htowell was alive when brought has fostered ln'Jhis long guidance ot I of oftice arj as follows this university-the institution or Daniel C. Gilman 1 87Z-18 a to tiiqfaoeinvuie, student self government, of faculty iohn Ije Conte. 18 S-1S81 fracture tniriy iiuui imci.

Armstrong lived half an hour. FORMER SOLDIER II MARRIAGE -4 determination of academic policy, or Kej(J r. 1881-1885 unvarying consultation. These in- Holden 1885-1888 stitutions It my clear duty 1888-1890 recognize, avail myself of, and bulld Martln-Kenogg 1893-1899 UPnn'i. tv WnitK VTONCF, Benjamin Ide Wheeler.

1899-1919 BKGINb ORIv AT ONCK Dr, wheeler are the ariow wnai compeuuon una uuuc jiolnt to the two railroads in San lTrajcisco, one of which is owned by the "people; "FTlblic ownership, which is very expensive, is the-only competition allowed. 5 "The Railroad Commission allows the telephone company to collect its monthly bills in advance by fifteen days. In no other walk of life ould this be tolerated. We are, apparently, bound hand and foot, by the ptubllo service corporations." Resolutions were also adopted lauding, the appointment of Dr, David P. Barrows as president of the University of California and pledging the club's support In the municipal Christmas tree project.

Councilman Charles D. Heywood was a speaker of "the evening, defending tp.e "merit" system of the fire department against an attack by Mrs. Mabel Mitchell at a previous meet-leg. aid not regain consciousness. Says Fire Map ust Like Lottery Ticket 111 A -OlllUllUll k7 Purity Cream Doughnut Shop 1820 San Pablo Ave.

TRY OUR PURITY CREAM DOUGHNUTS "Better Than Mother's" SERVED HOT WITH DELICIOUS II. S. COFFEI Something New SOMETHING DIFFERENT Take home a dozen. You will he pleasantly 8urprieK Oakland's fire limits were the sub- appointment short before 5 o'clock Only last night by an official committee of no one in the office before the board of regents calllnn upon nor from 1 890 to 189 J. him in hi- office in.

Wheeler hall. His Barrows' selection yesterday by ject of remarks in tne city today, and there was inference that motives might have been ing full board of regents, on unani mbus recommendation of the execu responsible tor wrai acceptance of tho office was followed immediately by his taking possession of the president office in California Hall, where he remained until Cambray- a former soldier. aspect of tive committee, ended me lung ou? rhtnese lottery ticket Ide pense existing since Benjamin 0mce the f're limits mapinec e. Whpflur HteDoed out of the after 11 o'clock last evening receiv ne mo to ing congratulations and attending to July is. at tne expiraL.u..

th nreliminarv business of taking years in me posium. the uaiuorniM. exclude a portion of the proper of frnm the fire limits The country was combed to find a about Twentieth and Grove streets JUNIOR RED GROSS EXHIBITS READY Dl SCHOOL BUIL oveV the reins of government ot the state university. At his ofiice before 8 o'clock this morning Dr. Barrows left shortly afterwards for San Francisco on Watch our chef in the window.

was lodged in the county Jail while his betrothed, Miss Elizabeth Roder-! ick, awaited him in an automobile outside--the, county clerk's office, 'cambra, it is said, was there to ob-'taln a marriage license for his wedding to Miss Roderick, was scheduled for tomorrow. He fc-'as arrested by County; detective George Helms on a warrant charging be- trayal. The warrant Is sworn to by nine-teen-year-old Marie Freitas, who charges that he deceived and de- satisfactory man. Various educators of note were considered. Choice at last came back, however, to the campus of the university, to an alumnus of the university and a "Did you ever see the map snoring the fire limits?" asked Comls-.

stoner Baceus, after the petition had been turned over, Comn.1 ss oner of Public Health and Safety Morse for consideration. "Yes" responded" Commissioner W. H. looks like one- PLANS SUGGESTED Christmas is coming and the Junior Red Cross Fair. The big exhibition opens on Friday in the business connected witn nis new dutiesi For the present President Barrows will fill a dual role as exr ecutivi? of the tate university and head of the department of political science and will continue, is course of lectures and classes in the latter! department until the end of the.

man with a war record. To invite Professor Barrows to accept the office, a committee composed of Regents Guy C. Earl, Mrs. Margaret Sartorii A. W.

Foster and Garret McEnerney was appointed to wait on him. The following state-, ment was issued by the president-' of those Chinese ion i -serted her to marry the Roderick i "It certainly doea, saia Baceus. lot of of. organization for girl. The complainant is the daugh ifBHKj Three types mi, must have oeen a ter of Joseph Freitas of Hayward the management of the school build in Tn0 npyiKuaijuii m-esent semester, xt is eipi iirwita it miust have been- in the tiohtical elect.

am notified today by a commit-! th old dayg, i am notified today by a comma-; the old days, Cm rhen "I Bfionce deoartment PniTW tlL.itl lllldtl. r. XUUU tee or me uoara vi ntirB that little portions Ol lana University of California that they ftnd there were excluded, and have done me the great honor of the canal system When word of her lover's arrest came. Miss Roderick broke down completely. She was taken to her home' in Hayward, sobbing bitterly.

Cambra Is in the county jail in default of bail. Yesterday Miss Freitas attempted suicide by swallowing poison, but was restored by choosing me to succeed to the office Amsterdam. It must have been Ing program to be entered Into under the $5,000,008 bond Issue were presented last night for consideration at a meeting of the building program committee of the school board, the citizens' bond expenditure committee. Commissioners Frederick Soderber and W. H.

Kd-wards, and committees from among local architects and engineers. The first plan, submitted by Com made vacant Dy tne resignation mhli. President Benjamin Ide Wheeler. -mmfloner Edwards have accepted the position with a ma.a resoonse. Commissioner from among the ranks of the present members.

Appointment of Dr. Barrows to the vacancy caused by the resignation of President Benjamin Ide Wheeler was hailed with general rejoicing in campus circles. Messages of congratulations poured in on the new executive last night and today from students, alumni, faculty and prominent personages jn all parts of the state. President Wheeler tendered personal congratulations shortly after tw. nwH nf the annointment reached full appreciation or tne kinoness oi r- dl the regents and a desire to put my- what i mean." self unreservedly at their disposal he adjournment of the and at the service of the university Baceus reiterated his state- and the State of California." I rhanirinff of the lines STANDS Municipal Auditorium.

It closes late Saturday afternoon. But the school department of the city of Oakland will have given in that short period of time something unique in the history of education and the story of Juvenile patriotic service. The Junior Red Cross exhibition and sale has been in preparation for more than a year when the Red Cross Society loaned to the schools of Oakland $450 to finance some fund has been used December 5 and 6 will show. The loan will be returned, and the money which remains from the holiday sale will be turned over again In local patriotic, From Jiigh schools and grammar grades. and kindergartens, from domestic science rooms and sewing rooms and shops and art rooms the wondrous things have come which will go into the making of the exhibition of what boys and girls can do with their hands and brains and which will put to flight the problems of the topst' exacting of holiday' shoppers.

For every one of the 7000 or. more articles which will make up tlte collection are for sale. The voungster with the penny to- spend missioner Edwards, was for the handling of the building program through the Department of Public i Works, of which Commissioner i JilTlll ni th. fir districts had been made The board of regents issued statement detailing the length to thnoA Aslrtnsr to be je which it had gone in the considera- I f-xcluded. because of building SHIPYARD POLICY the campus while faculty members arftort their trood wishes in an im im- t'on oi various euucaiors tor me vv- Soderberg Is the head.

According to Edwards the management of the campaign through the municipal organization would result in a saving of between $75,000 and $100,000. The plan of tr-e engineers, pre sition and ending: Btrictions. When he was asked to explain his Inference, Baceus state dthat the changes referred to had been made under a former commissioner. sented by E. T.

Thurston, included the appointment of a construction Reaffirming its stand that men as engineer at the head of the organir Individuals who desire to return to aation. to Include a department of their positions in the shipyards are works to handle details of tM pro- entitled to The full protection of the gram. A third plan, to have an ad- law, the Oakland post of the Auierl-lsing architect at the head of the lean Lf gion last night adopted a new architectural phase of the cam-; resolution after- lung debate. taign. "was submitted by a commit- i Captain Walter J.

Petersen pre- Snowfall in Oakland, But No Snowballs Know, not many flakes, but snow promptu reception which followed. That at last the University of California has come into its "majority" by furnishing a president from its own alumni was the declaration this morning of Professor Charles Mills Oayley, member of the 'administrative board in charge of the university's affairs since the resignation qf Dr. Wheeler. "The' new president goes into office -with the admiration of the students and the full support of the faculty as well as the unanimous thA hnard of regents, said selection of Professor Barrows among such a nation-wide field pf outstanding educators and university administrators, testifies to the high regard' in which he is held by the regents. REGARDED AS LEADER.

regents feel that in Professor Barrows they have chosen a man who is not only a scholar and educational administrator of proved capacity, but a leader among men one who will be an inspiration to the youth of the university and a worthy representative of its ideals nevertheless, fell in ceftaln sections. nappy spending it can be Just as were the woman with the $45 which tee of architects headed by John J. sided. About 600 members Th nriir n.i rexnlut on IS tne limn 10 me prices. Donovan.

I adopted home weeks ago when the The patriotic work in Oakland T-i il-i-irion fsoi-fsssd Itself as favoring scnoois is carriea on unurr une this morning. "He near raUUTC I UKVS Miss Lulu She! Grand th return -of mm to work in the partment Of which rk nartment of which riviccwi vii.j.-j nf the Amp ico is a man of tine promise r.prrnrnuinct: a- icanto, maLc. also was ex- welcome hl iatrltic KOUl. i A Cordial MfC Annn MrNfill shipyards on the new open-shop plan I ton is director. The board of edu-155 Anna mClVeill at the request of Nation Invites the public to this first BERKELEY.

Dec. 3. Heart trou- "the ttate pXecutlve committee of the great industrial exhibit of the work ble proved fatal yesterday to Miss Leirion: Reconsideration had been (of the vocational classes. president I-, marked with. tended to -the new of Oakland today.

It was most noticeable in the vicinity of Chabot Observatory, where Professor Charles Burchhalfer, the observer, discerned them fluttering earthward. They did not linger long, and those who wish to enloy snow-balling will have to wait for a colder snap or go into the mountains, WIFE AI.EEGES RIGAMT. After testifying that she had written to the chief of Police of Spokano In 1912 aad learned that her husband had married another woman, Mrs. Fannie Bowman is suing Charles Edward Bowman for divorce before Judge Robinson. raubt-wifcH himhuau KFesiiejt L-tLcittna nrnc.

tu nnivrsitv and tne i declared I'roressor uarrows 10 u- the irleclared Anna McNeill, well known resident of reqUested the "executive "tornmlt-Bcrkeley. who passed away at her lahn, utiion officials of San r.r r.iifnrnin It is a Dlf-asure psnecially well trained for his task home, 2418 College avenue, aged 51 jrranclHf.0 had protested against the; sympathy with the unnw that the university has at and In close VICE-RAMPANT 111 She is last come into Us majornj. years. resolution to Colons! Davni J-iar- Miss McNeill was a cousin of stat prudent of tb- Legion May Cheney, appointment secretary -Vr at the University of California, and Thf, first va3 a virtual retraction was well known in business circles th frst rogolutUm HaA would have; In Berkeley through her long asso NORTHERN COUNTY If ft the Legion without a policy in. ideals and spirit of the University oi California.

"An upright, outright, noble man and citizen that Is David Harrows," sal Wheeler. Professor Harrows has served ten years on the university faculty. He was graduated from Pomona College In and took his master's degree from the University of California the following year. He pursued graduate studies at the University of hiraeo and Columbia University. now big enougn iu nwn.o..

dents for the future from the body of her own alumni. President Harrows is dear to the hearts of the alumni and commands the ton In. tribute? Greetings to Dr. narrows were voiced this morning in behalf of tho student body of the University ir. the "Dally Callfornian." student the camtiUH.

In the follow ciatlon with the realty firm of Warren Cheney Company. She is survived by a sister, Miss NVira McNeill, librarian in Richmond. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow from the Wan en Cheney residence with R-v. W. R.

D. Hodg-kln of All Souls Chapel 'the matter. After this was defeated 'a resolution, was adopted con-' talned the f'diowing nt a.s its "It is the riKht of eyf-ry American citizen, following the of -tMS--o-wn to en-1'gage lr' iln' lawful occuiation. That law and order thould Vice driven out of other parts of California and Oregon is rampant in "HASN'T AN EQUAL," SAYSMRS. MORE Can Eat Digestion Ii Perfect and Gains Ten Pounds by Taking Tanlac.

the counties Klamath, Oregon, rB 1 in 1913 he became dean of the. ing Ing messaTgfrom the editor, Ge. arrd Kiskiyo on California, and riordf-riln Grant ges Final Date Set for i be maintain, -and -every man en-j gaged in a lawful occupation in a report' on intersttae trafficking To David Prescott Barrows, newly appointed president of ihf University of California, Police Examinations faculties at tho University of California. He was 'a colonel ot in the war and served lri the Philippines and Siberia as chief of the American Intelligence service Jn the Far East. I submitted to government depart-I'ments and variolic social hygiene and health associations.

Grant gives In detail his exper- I'-nces In Klamath Kails, Olefin, and. the of Weed and ftlsson. I a iifornla. where declares the i only wgregat'-d districts of any in the now exist. "I don't believe "there Is a thing In the world that can compare with Tanlac as a said Mrs.

T. R. More, of 920 Sixteenth Oak- The highest development of the reproducing piano is exemplified in the magnificent Knabe Ampico Grand. In the faithfulness of its reproduction of the artist's own playing, in its perfection of mcchan-isnx'and in the rich sonority of its tone, this instrument stands supreme. The Knabe Ampico, an a reproducing piano, is, of course, electrically operated it is besides a player piano on which you can render your own interpretation, and a grand of the highest Knabe excellence.

The Ampico. library of rolls is the most complete and up to date in existence it includes the personally played and personally edited rolls of practically every living artist of renown. The Ampico library also includes a large colleo' tion of incomparable dance and popular compositions played by the masters of light music. You are cordially invited to hear the Knabe Ampico Grand, even though you do not contemplate owning one. Open evenings until Christmas Th i.f.gio.n hi-iird an ad'WS Colonel John Irish on th- land settlvinenr bill.

CotiMdt ration of the liOliry the Leif.on will be h'-ld at a netlHi' ''next Tu'sday and th frl-lowing Tuesday a nigtit pro gram is beinu District Attorneys Discuss Waite Case i land, C'al in an Interview with the Tanlac representative recently. i "For four years I have been In mis- Declaring that the dates are final snd will not again be chang'd, the civil service board last night postponed for thirty days the examinations for captain and inspector of police thnt were chdiied fr December IS and. December '2, respectively. Postponement of the examination for captain, which hap been twice changed, was made because of the condition of Lieutenant nd acting Captain Wlillam Woods, who was s-hot In the it-g in the recent street car strike r) its, and who Is not yet In shape for the examination. fho district attorneys of Alameda erable health, troubled with nearly SOI.DIEK UNMCTEO.

and San Francisco are trying rythinK lmag ina lases en Rnd ltver trounle. con- to decide which office will prosecute nounn George Waite. alias Earl Rogers, "Old Salts" Back at Work; Labor Scarce rs. Moore. "I would have such Ern st l'kts.

color-d trooper from' th I'n-si lio, as lust night and his sentence placed at i life imprisonment by a Jury in Judge: C. Robinsnn's court. The jury rf -j ported at o'clock after thr-ej 1 houfV' deliberation. NEW YORK, Dec. 4.

Scarcity terrible cramping pains that I could hardly stand and my liver was sluggish Just about all the time and every morning I' had a bad taste In my mouth and my tongue was coated. charged with statutory orrenses against little girls, one In Herkeley and the other in Sin Francisco. W'alte was released from San on hi own recognizance of labor, especially In the line of shipping, has brought prosperous 1 had such awful dizzy spell that 1 Colds linios to oid salts." who, under i normal ronditlone. would either he! jobl'H" or Kcfking-a home November 14 when there was doubt nould hardly stand up and at eimes 't wr, evidence toil thought 1 would faint, and I was was ar- subject to oreanrui nervous neao- I according to Cuntaln- 5erge Heck-! warrant a trial. 1-atcr he i i.

xiv innvi in nan r-nn- a Mm HP OI- I rested in lserseiey mr diiion and 1 had such terrible pains ferae which it has since neen acro'ss my back that I could hardly with, new-ly apiointed governor of 'fj Ka dors' Snug- Harbor, on iStaten Island. Thin famous home for' old I seamen, which generally has a full must have tieen commutes tand on my reet. wnen inpy came was so nervous the least timn that Waite was ik' on me it, little thing out of the ordinary would upset me and at night I was so restless I would He awake for hours at I in mat es, 10- day has about K.O vacant berths. from the San Francisco Jail, namely, about 3 o'clock in the afternoon. tf i At once! Relief with "Pape's Cold Compound' lemon squash Though it's tremendously popular iu Egypt it' not all exclusively a hot weather drink.

It makes Prisoners Offer to pi nt Tht. rirBt dose eases your col Captain "Her-kw th explained that the war it wan" ft difficult matter for a temian of ixty years either to secure a job or to hold fart to one that he might have. At present experienced. Hfillors of 0 years itnd over are In demand, and, consequently, prefer earning money to being- inmates of a home. Onlt hlftwlnif oiare man a i cwn and snuffling' A dose of "Papesj 'Iff T)KTVElt, IJec.

4. That ce and a willingness 10 to-prevalent even among those Fottrtata St. Oaklaad 2 O'FarrHI 8U Son KraacIiMrra usually Or-OKH up a-tcwi nd nil irrinvf misery. i who violate ,7 .7 end all griiue mis ry. nrlsoriers in a local Jail Iteuei awautt yw.

I nd nnn nostrils -and the air up a flogged -up wonderful Lot toddies and lemonades for wet-weather colds. And besides, America's a land of camels now 1W reXreLig quencher. Sold inbotlln at grocery fcJ img trorw. Snr4 ml aii tf pttAta. a time.

"Hut now things are exactly tho opposite, since I have taken Tanlac. for all my have left me and I have gained ten pounds In weight. I have a splendid appetite- and ev-ry-thlng I eat digests perfectly and Is giving me back my Ktrcngth, and 1 am not troubled with the cramps any more. My liver was never in better condition and the bad taste and coated tongue are a thing of the past and I am no longer bothered with hexdaehes or-dlssy fcpells. I am never troubled with my kidney now and the paJnS acroos my back -have di-appeared entlrfly and my nerve are calm and eteady again.

I am aleep-lng sound every night, haven't been In better hral'h In year and Just feel that I. hove new life, and strength." Tanlac Is sold In San Francfueo and Oaklund by The Owl Drug Company More. AdvertlstmenL 1 ZlilTt headache, of the crime Kxlaalvc KaaWe Dealers, l.lrraartt BImII Dvalrra. soieneRS ano -rqunuy ieterl.shness, WOMAN LOSES St" IT. Mrs.

I-ou Selders, aged negteps, ha lost her it against the Han-l-Yancisco-Oakland Terminal for dymages aS a result of injuries alleged to have been received when conductor of an Eighth street 'car slartiunho car au'ehe va alighting. A Jury In Judge K. J. Hrown's court today returned a verdict for the defendant, L'rs. Seldelr he be allowed ireeuom.

M. A. Moore, a cripple, was sen "Rape's Cold Compound" is he qulckeBt, siireft known and osts only a few cental. at drug stores. It act" without anm.itance.

Tastes nice. Contains no quinine. on tenced to on year In Ihe State prison at Carson City for to support hi family. The six fellow prisoners offered to each nerve two months of Moore's pentence for JU00 I'ape'i: Advertisenienl-.

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