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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 44

Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 44

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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PAGE 44 TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 1925 Combined Wire Newt Service of all papers. Associated Press, United Press, Universal News and Consolidated Press. Crooked Walls ADMIT At Cole School DRUG CAR SEIZED, SUSPECTS JAILED Woman Surprises Mate With Rival, Sues for Divorce Will Play at Promotional Exercises MAXINE NETTLE, violinist, who will take part in the musical program which will be a feature of the Junior High School promotional exercises in he Auditorium Arena, Friday evening, June 1 2. Stoutly Denied DIG DOLLAR DOCKED HERE AUTQ THEFTS Building Superintendent Department Issues Statement. SAN FRANCISCO.

June 9. Taa rnrnstA' 11A Ufa art tTPff JM, and Herbert Douglas 804 Eddy AiiLDUPS The rumor that the walls of the new Cole school are out of plumb street, were arrestea neu tV a nnllna now rham onHnfT flllS- VitO (JUULq Da Tf bl' Vlll piclously In an automobile. Patrol is "made of whole cloth," accord ing to. a report by Building Super intendent V. E.

"Whalen today to men w. j. cuunan ana riwm Pleasant, Investigating, claim to have found a quantity of drugs the Board of Education, which a Surprised In the home of another woman by his wife and detectives Wednesday, It Is alleged. Frederick C. Rlehter, a contractor, Is sued for' divorce today by Mrs.

Elizabeth Rlehter. 1700 Sixty-eighth avenue. The complaint filed by Attorney William E. Harvent. recites that Rlehter was Just soming out of the house of the other woman when he saw his wife and detectives approaching and dodged back into the house, but neglected to lock the door after him.

The surprise party followed him in. found the unnamed woman present and obtained a confession from r'chter, it Is asserted. Mrs. Rlehter then asserts that from 1914 until cepted his report and dropped the and a rifle in the macnine. Oakland and Eastbay Guests Given Reception Aboard matter.

Director Fred Campbell, men were arrested and held by tpi i v. tViofr who brought up the charges, ad Two tads' Admit Robbing Richmond Man, While Other Two Also Tell of Police Declare I President Pierce; Import confiscated. mitted that he had nothing to substantiate them. fr ance of Port Is Shown Whalen asserted that the rum pus was an outgrowth of a auar rel between contractors, and the contractor building the Cole school A confession that they had par 1923 her husband compelled her to live In a shack without conveniences. She asks $100 a month alimony.

They were married 21 years ago. Oakland and the Eastbay were ffuests of. the Dollar Steamship was made the target by an oddos! ticipated in many holdups as well as stealing many automobiles in Richmond and Oakland, was made tion contractor. The old Harrison school, at rourin ana Harrison, was ordered in Oakland it's the Royal for Shoes to be abandoned after June 27. when the pupils will be allotted to nearby schools for the next semes this morning by the quartet of boy captured in Albany Saturday night.

Two of the boys confessed that on June 1 they held up H. H. Lam-brecht in Richmond, taking $2 from him. On the -same night, thev said they attempted to hold ter. The- building is of brick and Company this afternoon at a reception and buffet luncheon held aboard the steamer President Pierce, which was docked at the Marketratreet wharf.

Visitors to the ship were shown through all quarters of the vessel tf officials of 'the company. The ship's Phlllpino orchestra of ten pieces and Paul Kelly's orchestra DOUBLE cannot well be moved, so i was agreed that It will be sold with the lot for a warehouse. Bids will be up another autoist at the same asked from warehousemen and realty place but the latter ilea. Th hovs confessed to having Fred Weston was awarded the two srfotguns at the time of the GREEN contract for building the Maxwell furnished music during the afternoon. Other forms of entertainment holduD.

which they said they 00 school at J49.100. 5' tained from the home of one of the MM Several matters of policy wert were also provided. bovs. Two guns answering the de STAMPS The biff, vessel, which is one of scription of those possessed by the hovs were found a number or tiays the Dollar Lines world" cruisers, came into the es ago In. an abandoned automobile in Richmond, after the police of tuary early this morning to allow time to prepare for the reception The visit of the bis: steamer to Oakland is seen by Chamber of Commere officials as recognition of Oakland Importance as a port from which to draw patronage, ac ALL DAY TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY June 10th, With Every Purchase ROYAL SHOE CO.

'Corner Washington and 13th Oakland FOR PROM0TJ0NAL SJM WORK EXERCISES cording te Roy S. Milligan, chair man of the harbor committee of outlined ny tne hoard, at the suggestion of Superintendent Fred M. Hunter. For one thing, the board will no longer pay full-time salaries during illness cf teachers through influenza. The original policy was adopted during the Influenza epidemic.

Another resolution, giving the superintendent the power to extend the probationary term of teachers under certain circumstances, was adopted as follows: That teachers on probationary status under the tenure law of the state, whose probationary period expires June 1, and whose work has not been judged as wholly satisfactory, be continued on probationary status for the ensuing year. That the positions of teachers on leave of absence who have not replied to notice to on July 1, 1925, be declared the chamber. Warning Issued on that city had given chase to the youths, firing six shots after them. Three of the boys in the bandit quartet reside in Albany, while the fourth comes from San Pablo. Thus far they have confessed to taking nine automobiles but the police believe that they are responsible for at least four times that number of thefts.

The youngest of the quartet is 14 years of age and the other three 16. All are being, held in the Oakland Detention Home, where charges will be placed against them. The boys are being questioned by the authorities of Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond and Albany in an effort to clear up a series of crimes for which they are believed to be responsible. ON WEDDING. EDINBURGH.

Because he was not invited to a wedding, Fred Kynoch cut the cable supplying light to Strichen and plunged the town into darkness. Sil This model sUveT'filUd $3.00 v. vacant on that date. TO 3 That other teachers on probationary -status, whose work I '10 has not been rated as wholly sat The Julor High School promotional exercises will be held Friday at 8 p. m.

In the Oakland auditorium arena. It is customary for the Junior high schools to hold oomblned promotional exercises. The number to receive certificates Is 1099. Last January the total was 669, 'making the total for the year 17 68. Junior high schools represented at the promotional exercises include Alexander Hamilton, Elm-hurst, Garfield, Glenview, Golden Gate, Lakevlew; Lazear, Prescott, Lockwood, Roosevelt Junior High School Section, Tomkins, University Junior High School Section, Woodrow Wilson and Frick.

The promotional exercises consist of group singing, comments and addresses to the students and presentation of promotion certifi isfactory, 'be continued on proba tionary status for the ensuing year. Fake Club Solicitor Oakland restaurant and garage keepers- were warned today by the Better Business Bureau of a man reported' to be soliciting memberships In a fake automobile club. According to Elmer H. Hertel, of the bureau, the man has been soliciting memberships In other cities for the. United States Motor clubs, promising to furnish signs, maps and other articles making the restaurant or garage solicited an official stopping place of the club.

Hertel says he has been informed that there Is no such organization aa the United States Motor clubs, and that Sheriff John H. Barnett of Madera county holds a warrant for the solicitor's arrest. St. Bernard's Parish Ladies Plan Whist The ladies of St. Bernard's Par- lsh have arranged a whist to be held tomorrow evening in -the Parish Sixty-second avenue and East" Seventeenth street.

The committee' in charge includes Miss Kate Miss Catherine Pollen, Miss Gertrude Koenlg, Mrs. Gunmen Kill Italian Political Leader CLEVELAND, June 9. Gus Rini, 40, head of the RinI Realty company and Italian political leader, was shot to death today in front of his offices here. young people sing, you are personally invited to this occasion. "Admission is free and your friends are welcome.

Sit well back on the main floor In the center of the hall for the best effect. "The musical growth of Oakland demands the interest of the adult in the progress of the young people. Will you honor them with your presence?" One of the participants in the program is Maxine Nettle, a juvenile violinist, who has already established a reputation in the bay district and elsewhere for her rendition of difficult selections. cates. Three youths appeared suddenly before him as he stepped from his car, fired six shots into his body More than 100 students will constitute the chorus and the orchestra will number nearly 90.

In a general invitation to the public to attend the exercises, Glenn H. Woods, director of music, said: "If you have never heard these and fled. Rinl collapsed 011 the sidewalk and died on the way to the hospital. The shooting Is believed to have been a result of a political plot. Maher and Mrs.

A. Nejedley, HURRY! HURRY! DEPENDABLE DENTISTRY A strictly high-class dental office for people who demand the very best at reasonably low prices X-RAY SERVICE $1.00 GAS GIVEN Slotem aFhqpendaMe Dentistry 1225 Broadway, Cor. 13th I FOR THESE GRADUATION SPECIALS r- Over Owl Drug Co. Open Evening l'ill 8:30 KKtnlillHhed 1898 "PRINCE" ALAMEDA POLICE Phone Your Grocer for JUNIOR LONG-PANTS SUITS BERKELEY PLANS MEETING 10 111 OUT ITS TRAFFIC BATHERS STREET FROLICS THEIR IM FOR LADS OF 14 TO 22 YEARS Ten years I ALAMEDA, June 9. Bathers whe stray too far from the Ala cm meda beaches in bathing suits and cause much embarrassment to resi M3) warn ENGLISH IN STYLE WITH WIDE BOTTOM PANTS dents of the fashionable south shore district, wll) hereafter land in jail.

This was th police edict today BERKELEY, June 9. Berkeley's traffic problem will be discussed June 19 at a conference between City Manager John N. Edy, representatives of the Key System Traction company and 'of the Berkeley Downtown association. A report for Improved conditions, Including extensions of street car lines and installation of motor busses, as made by a-committee, was submitted to the council this morning by City Manager Edy, and referred to the council meeting in committee of the whole for future 111 one long step Anyone who really appreciates choice food can teH in a moment that Mother's Cake is superior in every way to ordinary "bought" cake. It has the richness, the tenderness and the delicious flavor that can only conie from the use of honest ingredients.

Tastes just like the home-made product. Money back if it isn't absolutely fresh when delivered to you. 11 VARIETIES A KIND TO PLEASE EVERY TASTE following complaints of Frank Bordwell, manager of a local sanitarium, that bathers parade In front of his hospital In Clinton avenue, far from the beach, without the customary attire to cover their scant bathing suits, and disturb the patients. The bathers' antic also find dis NEW -LIGHT AND DARK PATTERNS action. Edy urged adoption of plans for extension of the Sprifce street car line and for a street car service on Sacramento street, as well as for Sold by all Independent Grocer a iri6tor bus service on Marin ave SPECIAL nue and th re-routinr 'of present Telegraph avenue, College- and Shattuck avenue -cars to serve the outlying districts.

16 50 OTHER PRICE PACE-MAKERS AJLiCATRAZ LINE DOUBTFUL. 1 Concerning the recommendation for the the Ucatraz avenue. Across Adeline street to the manufacturing llstrtct when proposed traffic arteries Sixth and Seventh jtreets tr developed, Edy jald that tie was not sure that another street jar line srosslng Al- eatras Avenue would tie ieslrable. EXTRA 'S IT ST AMPS TOMORROW WEDNESDAY WITH ALL PURCHASES MEN'S and BOYS' APPAREL Edy (aid the sue 11ns Sixth Wahl gold or silver construction biggest fountain pen improvement NOW the new Wahl gold or silver construction takes the self-filler ten years forward for the biggest gain in efficiency in fountain pen history yffie barrel of the self-filling pen does not hold ink; It is merely a case protecting the soft rubber ink' sac and the "works" of the pen just like a 'watch The handsome metal barrel ofWahJ Pen is practi-callyunbreakable. Goldorsilverconstructionisused because five thousand years of human experience have proved these precious metals most enduring and satisfactory.

Wahl Pen nibs are the finest product of the Jeweler's art. Their action is' smooth as ivory. The entire pen is light, well balanced, a perfect writing tool- a personal article of which you can be proud. A Gift For Every Occasion In this month of gifts fot weddings, anniveraaries, commence- ment-'-Waht Pen or Everaharp art the best answers to the question! "What Shall I Give ons or give both. They match perfectly in material and in design.

The Wahl Company, Chicago WAHLPBN Made by the makers of MmSHARP and Gllman streets "was tot lem-Ing useful purpose." Figures favor, among the residents, according to the polica 1 Montclair Women's Club Will Mdet TThe Montclair Women's Club will meet tomorrow in business session the residence Mrs. Otto a. Bchuneman, Masonic and 6t. Clair avenues. Mrs.

S. W. Lore, newly ilected president, will preside for the No Adjournment will taken by Ihe Montclair Women's Club during the summer. Regular meetings, tomblnlng business and pleasure, will be held on the second. Wednesday afternoons ef tach month.

Home for Lost Cats And Dogs Planned lans for an organization to provide a shelter for all stray dogs and cats will be perfected at a meeting to be held Thursday at p. m. In room 107, Hotel Oakland. The meeting has been called by Miss Selma R. Rich, 1818 East Twentieth streesecretary pro tern of the organization.

The objects of the organization, according to Miss Rich, will be to take cars of -all stray cats and dogs and to board animals 4 Former Mendocino oik Picnic Sunday Former residents of Mendocino county are liivlted' to a picnic which will be held at Mosswood park, Sunday, according to an announcement mads today by Mrs. R. JI. Douglass, One of the features will be a basket lurtcheon, which will be served at 1:20 o'docK IF ACCOMPANIED BY THIS -COUPON GOOD OSLY ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10. 1925.

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Edy declared a cryln? need, as a large territory In Albany and Berkeley without street car transportation. A letter of protert from the Northwest Berkeley Improvement association against discontinuance of the Sixth street bus line was read. George W. Murray, president of the Downtown Business association, urged, that traffic changes Include the plan of his organization to have Key System trains and street cars run on the same tracks aa Shattuck avenue as a means of facilitating WITH SI 5.00 150 PURCHASE OF EXTRSTAMPj ONL WTJlCOlPOX- Made by United States Rubber Company tht World' Largest Rubber Manufacturer ts. SJr JwrA TBttTa.


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