Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on August 10, 1925 · Page 11
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1 B AUGUST 10, 1925 MONDAY EVENING F CALLED AN T MAN' BY Both Sides of Evolution Theory Told b)f Speakers , New Home for Women's Apparel Shop Architect's drawing of new building to be constru cted at Fifteenth and Broadway, the major portion of the structure will be occupied by S. M. Friedman's firm. BOOZE SEIZED TRUCK ABSOLVES JOINT ARRESTED BRYAN ill RUN OVER W ONES 0 OF i BLAME 0 0 EULOGY Elder Nichol Talks to Seventh Day Adventists on "Evolution Exploded." - ."EvqlutlonlPta ..used to teach that man was evolved from the Federal and County Officers Combine in Drive on San Lorenzo Resort. Four rfien were arrested, more than 50 patrons, Including four women and several boys, were found In an alleged gambling Joint near San Lorenzo and a quantity of wino and contraband whisky, together with an auto, were seized in the biggest raid yet made in Alameda county by combined county and federal dry forces. who lid the raiders, said the placoHt appeared to be well patronized by both, men and women. It contained a bar and devices for gambling, Helms said. Theodore Iiossi, Amedla Maggl-ora and Carl Lagerquist were arrested and charged with the illegal possession of .liquor. I'rank G. Moitoza was charged with conducting a gambling game. Three jugs of wi4 and whisky were In the automobile confiscated by the raiding officers. The machine was standing In front of the place, Helms said. Dry Officers Plan to Padlock Beach Resorts SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 10. Plana for the prosecution of the proprietor of Talt's-at-the-Beach and "Shorty" Roberts' cafe and for the padlocking of both of the sea-aide resorts under the prohibition abatement law, were under discussion by Prohibition Chief Charles Goff and District Attorney Matthew Brady today. The evidence, procured by "dry" agents In their raids Saturday night, when eight men were arrested and "private stocks" of liquor seized, is to be used in a determined effort to close up both places for good, Goft announced. Three of the eight men arrested were still In jail today, having failed to obtain bail. They were: Bert Williams, 2 8, a hatter, living at 1420 Sixteenth street; Charles Schuster, 38, a mechanic, of 1363 Seventh avenue, and William R. Kelly, 35, a Southrn racific. clerk at Belmont- The others arrested were George McPartland, 2 9. a merchant, of 1544 Green street; Karl Roberts, 38, of 942 Silver avenue; Fremont Cummings. a Los Angeles musician; Samuel' Mussbaum, 40, a merchant, living at 2526 Great Highway; and Bert Mauley, 20, a clerk living in Sacramento. Santa Clara Posses -Raid Vice Resorts SAN JOSE. Aug. 10. Continuing their efforts to keep San Jose and Santa' Clara county fre of vice, (rambling and bootlegslng, Sheriff George W. Lyle and Chief of POlice J. N. Black conducted three raids parly yesterday and arrested seven persons, one of them being charged with striking Deputy Sheriff Geo. W. Pyne while resisting arrest. The first raid was made at what the sheriff referred to as a "little Tiajuana" at Alviso. Here 150 men and women were found engaged in gambling. One of the white visitors, K. Welch, struck Deputy Sheriff Pyne, one of the raiders In the face with a brush as the raiding party entered the door. Welch is held without bail. From Alviso the raiding posse went to the Meridian pool hall. Saratoga avenue, seizing a slot machine, but making no arrests: Acting on special orders of Chief Of Police J. N. Black, a squad of police raided 123 North San Pedro afreet, arresting Mrs. 11. Salcnzo on charges of conducting a disorderly house and illegal possession of liquor, and Miss Kmma Bowen as a visitor at a disorderly house. $29,723.45 Damage Suit Goes to Trial Damages for permanent injuries are asked in a suit which went to trial today before a jury in Superior Judge K. C. Robinson's court. In which A. Maffeo, Berkeley baker, is plaintiff and the Southern Pacific is defendant. Maffeo asks $29,723.45 for a fractured i skull and other injuries. He charges that an auto which he was driving November 24, 1923, at Shattuck I avenue and Woolrey streets, Berke-1 ley, was run down by an electric 1 train. SKINNY MEN Thin Men Run Down Men Nervous Men Tou probably know that Cod Liver Oil Is the greatest flesh producer in the world. Because it contains mora Vita-mines than any food you can get. You'll be glad to know that Cod Liver Oil comes In sugar coated tablets now, so if you really want to put 10 or 20 pounds of solid healthy flesh on your bones and feel well and strong ask Owl Drug Co or anv druggist for a box of McCoy's Cod Liver Oil Compound Tablets. Only 60 cents for 60 tablets and If you don't gain five pounds In SO days your druggist will hand you back the money you paid for 'them. ' It isn't anything unusual for a person to gain 10 pounds In 10 days. "Get McCoy's, the original and Jenulne Cod Liver Oil Tablet." dvertisement. FOR ITCHING TORTURE Use Antiseptic Liquid Zemo There 1 on remedy that seldom falls to stop Itching torture and relieve skin Irritation, and that makes the skin soft, clear and healthy. Any druggist can supply you with Zemo, which generally overcomes kin diseases, fCmema. Itch, Pimples, Hashes, Blackheads, Id most oases give way to Zemo. Frequently, minor blemishes disappear overnight Itching usually stops Instantly. Zemo is a safe, antlsaptlo liquid that may be applied at any time, for It does not snowt. Trial bottle 85e, largeslse fl.00. Zemo Ointment Is recommended for night OAKLAND PICKED BYMEHGHANT FOB APPAREL STORE Following an extensive personal survey of eastern, middle, western and Pacific coast cities, S. M. Friedman has chosen Fifteenth and Broadway, along Pedestrian way, next to Kahn's, as the site for the new home for his apparel shop. The store will move from its present location on oompletlon of the new building, which is to be constructed by Money-Back Smith. Friedman's will occupy about 16,000 square feet in the new building. This Is approximately six times the space of their present shop. Concerning the decision on the part of Friedman's to move into the new location ,the management said: EAST IS SURVEYED. "When greatly Increased business made it necessary to move from the location Friedman's has held for many years, Friedman made an extensive personal survey of cities in the east, middle west and Pacific coast. Comparisons were so favorable to Oakland that Friedman did not hesitate to negotiate a lease for the largest feminine apparel shop in the city." The new building t being con structed by Reed & Corlett. It is the property of Money-Back Smith. In this connection Friedman said: "While the new edifice does not rent for much more than the old structure, Mr. Smith's civic loyalty and his belief in Oakland's future have led him to erect a building which will prove a credit to the city." S. M. Friedman and the realty firm of Maiden-Rittigsteln conducted the negotiations. THREE STORIES HIGH. The building is to be three stories high and the foundation will be so built as to allow the addition of three stories. It will be finished in terra cotta and richly decorated panels. It will follow the Adam lines, with large windows framed in metal sills. The steel frame Is being constructed to give the best results In airy spaciousness. Light will come in from three sides and it Is said that the building will be one of the best lighted and ventilated In town. The ceilings are fo be unusually high with few columns, in order that the light from the three exposures may not be obstructed. The structure is designed as a woman's shop primarily. Reed & Corlett are the architects and Fred Muller Is the builder. Friedman's will occupy flve-fxths of the building the two top floors and a section of the ground floor, with the mezzanine. Boy s Fined, Jailed For Film Show Row S3.N LEANDRO, Aug. 10. The first step toward stamping out all alleged rowdyism in the local motion picture theater was taken today by Judge William. J. Gannon in passing sentence on two youths brought before him on a charge of disturbing the peace. Manuel Perry. 28 Dabner street, was sentenced to five days In jail and hl3 brother, Miguel Perry, wa.i fined $25. The complaining witness was Joseph Duarte, a special officer hired by the management of the Palace motion picture theater. Postal Supervisors Honor Oakland Man unanes Harkenhani of Uakiana was elected president of the California State Association of Post-office Supervisors at the annual meeting held In Fresno. Harkenham succeeds Lester A. Dunlan of Berkeley.. Other officers chosen were: Frank W. Cardwell, assistant postmaster of ' Fresno, vice-president J. L. Sullivan, San Francisco, secretary and treasurer. Captain Dean Will Lecture an Liberia ALAMEDA, Aug. 10, Captain Harry Dean of the Habasht Nautical college will give an illustrated leoture at the city council rooms at $ o'clock tonight,, The subject will be the "Republlq of Liberia and Its Resources.'' Colored laatern slides WILSON CHANGED MIND ON TREATY; SO BRYAN QUIT DES MOINES, la., Aug. 10. OP) The Des Moines Register today published a copyrighted article, based on an interview with II. C. Evans, editor of the Yeoman Shield, saying the resignation of William Jennings Bryan from President Wilson's cabinet in 1915, was due to failure by the United States to ratify a proposed treaty with 32 nations stipulating that each would wait nine months after any difficulty arose before declaring war. The article said that after Bryan had convinced President Wilson that this country should sign the treaty and also allow Germany to sign it, he filed a cablegram informing the Ger-ma'n government of the progress being made. A few months after he had filed the "Cablegram he received a telepnone message rrom rue president saying he had changed his mind and that this country would not ratify the treaty, the article says. "After I have urged this treaty on Germany and have completed the prelimijiary arrangements I can't say we will not go on, so if that must be said, here is my resignation," the article quoted Bryan as having replied to tho president. WOMANFIGHTS ADMINISTRATOR; REFUSES ESTATE SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 10. Mrs. Elizabeth S. Ileyan of 4203 Lusk street, Oakland, is one of the heirs f her sister, Miss Amelia Marjory Kefrln, who died here July 24 of this year, it became known In tho -Superior court here today when Judge Thomas F. Graham admitted the will to probate. Another sister. Sirs. Emma Athorton, of Orange county, created a scene in the court when nho objected to the appointment of Louis White as administrator without bonds. .She mentioned White and her sister in a manner that drew fire from the court. "Shame on you for making such a statement about your dead sister," said Judge Graham. "I have no shame. I want to tell the truth," replied Mrs. Ath-erton. Continuing, she said she wouldn't fake a nickel of the estate if White was administrator. Tho estate Is worth $30,0 00 and only $500 was willed to White. Under the will Mrs. Atherton, a brother, Edward Sef-rin, and Mrs. Ileyan are to share the rest of the estate. STEAM PROVES POOR SCREEN TO RUM STILL Steam proved a poor "smoke screen" for Frank Sassa, 1425 Eighteenth street, arrested "today on a charge of manufacturing and possessing liquor. His arrest came about when a passer by saw steam issuing from tha roof of Sasso's house. The stranger, thinking the houso was on fire, turned in a fire alarm. Assistant Fire Vhlef W. G. Lutkey responded to the call. He found that there was no work for the firemen. The source of the mysterious steam cloud provided a cose for the police department instead of the Tire department. He called police headquarters and Patrolmen Richard Feeley and Harry Evers raided the place. They arrested Sasso and .confiscated 45 barrels of mash. BLIND DOG WINS DEATH DUEL WITH BUCK SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 10. Bay district Nlmrods are today sounding the praises .of Fannie, a blind deer dog, who succeeded in tracking a wounded buck to a canyon in Marin county, between Taylorvllle and Tocaloma, and winning a duel to the death. , The deer weighed 160 pounds. Fannie performed the exploit after nine other doge had lost the scent and given ""up the chase. Fannie is the property of L. Du-lucchi, 45 Silver avenue. Accord ing to Delucchl, Fannie has tracked and 'captured at least 1 1 S. F. GANGSTERS KIDNAP. ATTACK MARRIED MAN SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 10. Four men and a woman were arrested here early today on complaint of Mrs. Emma Skelling, 2 8, wife of a city employee, who charges that she was kidnaped by the quintet and taken to a lonely spot near Salada Beach, where she was attacked while the other woman looked on and laughea -at -her cries for help. Those arrested were Alma Thorne, 24, 1366 Broadway: Stanley Fletcher, 550 Pacific street; George Beixotto. 270 Eleventh street; Joseph Ohio, 354C Francisco street, and Charles Piro, 3S2 Francisco street. The five were Identified by Mrs. Skelling, who wasbrought from a San Mateo hospital, where she Is confined. Sheriff Thomas McGov- ern and Corporal of Detectives Alex McDaniel say the five have admitted that they participated in the attack. All are charged wJJM statutory oftenscs. According to Mrs. Skelling she was waiting -for a jitney bus at Gough and Market streets, when a large touring car drew up to the curb with the door open and the driver hollered: "Jitney." Seeing another woman In the rear of the car she entered. She was immediately overpowered and the car raced to Salada Beach. A fifth man, said to have been the perpetrator of the attack. Is fleeing to Santa Rosa, according to police. Civil War Veterans' Daughters Organize ALAMEDA, Aug. 10. An Alameda tent of the Daughters of Civil War Veterans is to be organized. Mrs. Ada Fox, department organizer, 5957 Shattuck avenue, Oakland, is in charge of the work. She wishes all daughters, granddaughters and great-granddaughter! of Union Civil War veterans, of the age of 15 or over, who are interested in the instituting of the tent, to communicate with her as soon as possible. Her telephone Is Piedmont 3410. Dr. Gray to Talk on "Physical Freedom ALAMEDA, Aug. 10. Dr. John R. Gray of the Oakland city health department, will talk before the Rotary club at tomorrow's luncheon on tho subjut of "Physical Freedom." Dr. Gray says that physical freedom is gained by correct day by day living rather than by spasmodic courses in physical ex ercises that cost a lot of money. Emory Hunt will be chairman of the day at tho Kotarian lunch meeting. i On Burglary Charge Charles Jones, seaman, recent arrival from New Zealand, today pleaded guilty to a charge of burglary when brought before Superior Judge Fred V. Wood and was sentenced to serve from one to fifteen years in San Quentin. Jones admitted having broken into tho office of Robert Annis, 2175 Alls- ton way, Berkeley, May 11 last. . Dr. Yusuke Tsurumi To Talk at Mills Students n.nd faculty of Mills col lege are to hear Dr. Yusuke Tsurumi, one of the main speakers at the institute of racific relations recently held in Honolulu. Dr. Tsurmui will speak on Monday, August 24 at 12:35 p. m. to Llsser hall. His topic will be "Japan at the Cross Roads." MISSIONARIES INVITED. SANTA CRUZ, Aug. 10. Dr. F. K. Camp, owner of the terraced gardens at Brookdale Lodge, and Mrs. Camp, have invited the women of the Home and Foreign Mission ary, sooietied of the First Methodist Los Angeles Man at Memorial Pays Tribute to Sincerity of Commoner. HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 10. ) William Jennings Bryan was "thoroughly misunderstood" by- great numbers of his countrymen, William Gibbs McAdoo declared at memorial services for tho commoner here last night. The wartime secretary of the treasury cited Bryan's resignation from the Wilson cabinet as n. case in point. Both Bryan and President Wilson, he said, "were animated by precisely the same purpose to protect American rights and to avoid by every honorable means armed conflict with any of the belligerent powers during tho European war " Their differences were merely differences of opinion as to the best method of accomplishing this purpose, not a fundamental clash of Ideals. "Mr. Bryan was an honest man," continued the speaker, "a man of unimpeachable integrity. There is no blot upon his escutcheon. "In these days of low political morality, what a glorious encomium it Is to be called -'an honest man.' "And he was a Christian. He died defending his faith rflied, no doubt, as he wcld ha've chosen if he had been permitted to make the choice." CHICAGO, Aug. 10. Judge John T. Raulston of Tennessee has paid Clarence Darrow in his own coin, right in the lawyer's home town. In a dramatic eulogy of William Jennings Bryan at memorial services here Sunday the judge who presided over the recent Scopes trial fired a bitter verbal broadside at Darrow. Moved at times to tears, Judge Raulston professes his faith in the fSod of Bryan and denounced the "agnostic lawyer who tried to destroy Mr. Bryan politically and in every way he could." The speaker, who was the object of an attack by Darrow during the trial at Dayton, for which the lawyer afterwards apoligized and was forgiven, carried the meeting by storm and it was an hour before hp could leave the hall after the services, so many persons wished to shake his hand. At times during his speech Judge Raulston wept, especially when moved by his own reference to the possibility of his parents having sprung from lower forms of animal life. "Mr. Bryan didn't believe in evolution and I don't believe in it, either," the judge said. "I don't believe God made a miserable monkey and then let nature do the rest. I believe in a God that can answer prayers in a real God, not a wooden God." WASHINGTON, Aug. 10. (Pi-Friends of William Jennings Bryan are considering the erection of a suitable monument to replace the wooden slab that now marks his grave in Arlington National cemetery. The will of the commoner, probated Saturday in Miami, Fla., made a brief provision for "the use of such sum as my wife and children may deem proper for the purchase of a monument to mark my grave. That this request, however, will be supplemented by the contributions from his many friends and admirers seems most probable, especially in view of the announcement in Chicago yesterday of the launching of a national-wide movement to obtain funds for the erection of a memorial. Miss Dionessa Bryan Evans, goddaughter of the Commoner, in making the announcement in Chicago, said a site had been donated for the monument at Clewiston, Fla., but it was the belief here that this plan might be changed or another move started to aid in the erection of a shrine to Bryan in the capital city. . " Gasoline Stolen at Alameda Hangar ALAMEDA, Aug. 10. W. R. Davis, owner of a hydroplane hangar at tho north end of Jay street, reported to the police yesterday that he had found boys in his hangar who said they had gone In there to dress for swimming.' Davis reports tsat sixty gallons of gasoline have been stolen from him in the past six weeks. Two Plead Guilty To Robbery in S. F. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 10. Stanley Gleason nnd Emmanuel Robinson, charged with robbery and arrested with William Rhine-hart and Patrick Haughey, for the murder of Police Sergeant Michael Brady, pleaded guilty to the robbery charges today and will be sentenced next week. Blotches ugly and embarrassing can usually be dispelled by a few applications ol Resinol Ointment so don't let a pimply, unattractive skin shut you off from admiration or pleasant associations. The healing ingredients of Resinol help it to soothe away blotches, redness, toughness, etc., eo quickly and easily thatithas become a standard treatment for those in search of skin health. At all drug tores Resin. TWO TO-NIGHT H for harmful constipation, bilious- nets, sick headache, bad breath, oated tongue, poor appetite Vithout griping or nausea CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS Bet your liver right only 25 Dr. Jordan Declares Science Never Claimed Monkey Man's Ancestor. "No scientific theory has ever been given out claiming that we originated from monkeys or apes," said Dr. David Starr Jordan, chancellor emeritus of Stanford University, at the First Unitarian church yesterday, speaking on "The Origin of Man." "No one with eyes open to the facts of life as disclosed all around us can look an animal In the fare and question the truth of evolution," said Dr. Jordan. "The term 'evolution' is unfortunate since it means an unrolling. An unrolling connotes something rolled up. Sfience" is concerned with facts and where facts stop, science stops, or. thereabouts. scientists deal with facts which we ran find out, an4 no one can tell us what we may find out. We are primarily concerned with nature, and we must study what nature teaches. "Evolution In brief means orderly change. Your dog changes. If you have a series of pictures of yourself in various periods of your life you will note changes going on in yourself. Nothing in nature is not undergoing change. "Darwin was not the first to suspect the truth of evolution, -but he was the first to know Just how evolution worked. There are many people now claiming that Darwin is a back number, but in the same sense Jesus Christ is a back number, and so are all the great men who have blazed paths of truth through the jungle of ignorance." Dr. Jordan told of the development of life from the single-celled denizens of the sea, demonstrating the fact of natural selection, the persistence of the strong and the cutting off or destruction of the weak. Whether in the plant or animal kingdom he declared that life did not fit Into the scheme of things, that was not adaptable to conditions, died off. He spoke on the influence of heredity and unhesitatingly declared that the world Is getting better. 'Queen California' Will Rule Diamond Jubilee BAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 10. A popularity contest for the choice of a young woman to be crowned "Queen of California," has been announced at the tieadquarters for California's Diamond Jubilee celebration. General Thornwall Mul-lally, chairman of the committee for the opening ball, made the announcement, and stated that the contest would be opened in the near future. Mullally said the contest would bo "open to all." Word has already been received from commercial. Industrial and fraternal or ganizations throughout the city that they plan to enter candidates in the race. It is announced that the contest will not be confined to San Francisco, but will be open to candidates all over the state. It is stated that the coronation Alameda Children Are Given Picnic ALAMEDA, Aug. 10. A picnic and outing was enjoyed by the children of McKinley park under the auspices of the city recreation department. The children were taken to the inner harbor under the care of Mrs. Emilio Christian, who was in charge of the program. A dramatic club is being organized for the children of Lincoln Park, "under tho directorship of Gladys Dunn. . HONOR PASTOR AND WIFE. Members of the First Baptist church plan a reception to be given next Wednesday evening after prayer meeting in honor of Dr. and Mrs. John Snape, who have recently returned from their vacation in Alaska. FLIES are filthy insects. No needj to have cm in your home if you spray with Flit. Flit spray clears the house in a few minutes of mosquitoes and disease-bearing flies. It is dean, easy and safe to use.- i Kills Household Insects Flit spray also destroy bed bo roaches, ants, and cracks and crevices where insects hida and breed are readily reached by Flit Try HBO. y. & PAT. DESTBOT3 Ffiea Mogqultoes Moihs Ants Bed Rags Roaches Uaay Oato HteaMI s4 Thaw Sua -2 monkey direct, but now they stren-j uously deny this, and say that apes and monkeys are our cousins, we land they having a common Wit un-i known ancestor," said Elder i Francis ' D. Nichol of Mountain View, at the Seventh-Day Ad-ventist camp meeting last night before an audience of 5000 persons, speaking on the subject of "Evolu- ; tion Exploded. : "This I claim," continued Elder 'Nichols," is adding Insult to injury- First they injure us by saying that a monkey is our father, and now they-insult us by saying we don't know who our father is. "Examiningythe four lines of alleged evidence-fir evolution, we consider first, the origin of life. The only fact about this is that life comes only from pre-existing life, and this directly contradicts evolution. "rom comparative anatomy (the comparison of similar structures) we see no evidence of a descent, but rather a master mind designing a single plan that, by suitable variations, perform the same service in different animals. As for example, in the work of man, the highly developed aeroplane engine is not evolved from a simple pumping engine; but we see the same design in each varied according to the service required. The evidence from embryology has been repudiated by some of the foremost embryologists of the world as too uncertain and equivocal to be conclusive." In this connection In paying his respects to the claims of the evolutionists that the appendix and other portions of o.ur bodies are merely vestigial remains of former used organs, Dr. Nichol said that formerly the thyroid gland was classed as such a vestigial remnant. "This almost gives one a cold chill, because if the doctors had worked on that theory and removed that gland from our forefathers, we would not have had any illustrious ancestors, for they would have all died In the home for the feeble-minded." ceremonies of "Queen California" will be the most brilliant feature of the opening program. After her coronation, a wave of her sceptre will be the signal for the week's program to start. The coronation ceremony will take place on the night of September 5 In the Expo sition Auditorium in the Civic Cen ter. The crowning of the queen and the wave of her sceptre to start the celebration will be followed by an electric parade, dances, musical events and a pot pourrl of colorful fetes. "Queen California" headquarters have been opened at room 645, Phelan building, and candidates will be registered therer The steel die from which the souvenir fifty-cent pieces are to be struck was scheduled to arrive from Sacramento today. Funeral of Mrs. Day To Be Held Tuesday Funeral services or Mrs. Ada Jessie Day, wife of Captain William I. Day, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from an Oakland undertaking parlor. Mrs. Day died Friday at Paoifio Grove following a brief illness. For more than thirty years she had made her horn eat 1514 Twenty-first avenue. Besides the husband, Mrs. Day is survived by three children,' Florence E. Day, Margaret R. Day and Robert W. Day. GRAY TO ADDRESS SCIOTS. City Attorney Leon Gray will be principal speaker at tomorrow's luncheon meeting of the Sciots at the American Grill. His subject will be "Street Expansion." 'The little fly upon thte Doesn't stand a chance spray. Spraying Flit on garments kills moths and their larvae which eat holes. Extensive tests showed that Flit did not stain or injure the most delicate fabrics. A Scientific General Insecticide Flit is'the result of exhaustive research by expert entomologists and chemists. More than 70 formulas were tested on various household insects before Flit was finally perfected. Flit is a 100 effective insecticide containing no inactive (inert) ingredients. For tola everywhere. insect eees. Flit in your ham. STANDARD OIL CO. (NEW JERSEY) If3' Pi lasecta San Franciscan Takes Onus f A :j ti,. n.,u .v J His Leg. Knocked down and run over by an auto truek while he was run ning for a street car, Joseph Wlsk- ' -ovltch, 3186 Twenty-fourth street, San Francisco, assumed all blamef-tor the accident and absolved thef-fj truck driver from fault. Earl Ant "1 drews, 3 02 Twenty-sixth avenue! i drove the truck which struck WlskJ ovitrh at Twenty-second and Val lee was broken. i t) Wiskovitch's accident was one f . only four in which persons we'e !t. injured by automobile about tlo . Bay yesterday. The list is beheyd ' to be a new low record for Sui day in recent years. .' J. E. Christal, 30, of 340 East f Fourth street, Los Angeles, expert- .i enced a miraculous escape front ; " death in Berkeley yesterday whIK ' his machine was struck by a Santa Fe train and carried two blocks wv the cowcatcher of the locomotive. The accident occurred at Unlvery . slty avenue and West street Vi Edith Stanton, 9, of 320 Duncan ctrooto Rn n Fro nnicn nitakilnail scalp wound late yesterday whan she was run down by a machine; ' driven by Dr. Ursula Greenshaw, an ..... interne at the San Francisco hosij t pital. The childj aooording to the v. ' police report, ran into the, path-ot : Dr. Greenshaw's car. ; When his automobile skidded ft -and crashed at Sixth-fir.it and Col;. by streets, Berkeley, early yeater ft j day morning Ralph Hammond sur- . fered severe lacerations and :t4" bruises. He was treated at Berke-v ley General hospital. Four Hurt in Crashes ,f r On Altamont Pass Way" Four men, Including two friK' Oakland, wee injured in motor i'" accidents today on the Altamont ' Pass road. 1 C ) 'i H. M. Duckworth, 828 'Flftj""1 eighth street, was the most rl,,' ously injured. He received a frao-. ture of the skull and internal lmk juries, when a motorcycle, on . . which he was riding; with Brl' Moore of 1974 Seminary avenue, collided with an automobile driven . by George Rodgers of Pleaaantoa. : Moore suffered concussion el the ? brain and possible internal lnjurtesL Rodgers received severe, h4 ' hndv hrnisps. 'v The three men were pIoke4 Hp : by Joseph Peva of 645 Aloatras avenue, and taken In his! auto mobile to the Judson bospitfj ftt , Livermore. Shortly after - this - aceideirt, - George Amaral, a Livermore rancher, was forced oCr the road in - , Altamont Pass by a motorist wka. cut in too closely In front Q fciou v: His car overturned. 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