Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on November 1, 1925 · Page 23
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 23

Oakland, California
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Sunday, November 1, 1925
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V SUNDAY NOVEMBER 1, 1925 NOVEMBER 1, 192; w . i !' - ' ' t.- 1 1 ' mmmm ...'. 1 V . , V . ' ' 1 ' 5iCTiinniTPflTii p nuiuuuvufl u. u. BQRBOWBUTHALF WHATTHEY COULD UiuWgiatluatc Dean Discovers Failure to Exercise Full , Loan Powers. J:i:i:ki;u:v, on, ai. simients at the University of California are exercising only cuif-hiilf of their norrowintf power. Jn oilier words, they are only asUintr for loans nf half as niinh money as they could get if l hoy wanled Jo. This healthy financial condition aiming the students is revealed by the statement of Professor T. M. rulnam, dean of the undergraduate division, to the; effect that, whereas $70,000 is available to worthy students who are in temporary financial difficulties, only 4:'9 loans were made last year, totaling about $31,000. This fund has been created through donations and endowments ranxitiK from $.")0 to ?lO,nO0, the donors including individuals, graduating classes, lodge., clubs, etc. Twelve raduatinn classes have contributed, the class of 1SSS civ- ins $70H0. The Berkeley Klks" dull nave S'iOOM and the I. ions' Club SLT.OO. l". AW Bradley of San Fra'ncisco' is the larpest individual donor, with Sll.flOn for the use of Students in the coMeRo of mine?. J'oncerniiiK the purpose, of the fund. Dean Putnam says: "Individual loans seldom exuded $100 and it is the policy of the loan Committee to encourage, repayment in installments to begin as soon after the loa'u is made "as possible. Many students earn enough during the summer to repay their loan, if not before, so cenerally the sums are made repay able before August 1 o of each j ..... . Harbor Imp Mi ro.vements Can All Be Merged Editor's Note In this final article of the series orf the Oakland harbor compiled from the report of the harbor engineers, the experts give their conclusions and mal(c recommendations for construction. It is this construction that is to, be financed through the bond issue at the election November 10. ARTICLE No. T Rajah Buys Auto To Pursue Tigers . I. I u.'. 'l. 31. A camouflaged automobile designed especially for tig'r and log game hunting and costing $3f.,00 has just bf.ii delivered in London to the lUVharaJah of Patiala. 'The Magnificent Maharajah," as he has bei n called since he wept into London some weeks ago and startled all. Kngland with the barbaric splendor of his appearance and his expenditures, will use the machine for tiger hunting in his Indian state. Among the items of special eei'ipnient for the car are a searchlight, for- pursuing game at night: gun rests on the side of the car go designed that the guns can be brought into instant uso and an e.hnust "whistle" to frighten off ti'j i s from springing' on the car from behind from an overhanging feicneh. The body has been camouflaged for effective concealment In jungle hiding places. Tiger hunting from an nutomo-bii- , according tik the Maharajah, Is one of the most exciting sports In !. world. - The following recommendations for immediate construction cover facilities now needed, sufficient to occupy the only frontage available to the city for such construction at the present time, together with certain facilities in the Brooklyn basin, which in our opinion will be necessary by the time the leases in that vicinity can be readjusted or have expired, and by the time the question of the disposition of Government Island can be settled. These improvements, though apparently Isolated, are actually not so. but will co-ordinate 'directly with the future port plan, being merely the first complete operating unit thereof: ? ItKCOMMEXDED COXSTIILCTION. I. Outer Harbor. 1700-ft. wharf, with 11,00 - foot transit shed, and necessary ' tracks and . roadways $1,170,000 II. Inner Harbor. A double pier at drove street with 1700 feet of berthage and 108,000 so. ft. of transit shed, and a double pier at Clay street with 1500 feet of berthage and 126,-000 sq. ft. of transit shed, with necessary roadways, trackage and approached 2,661,600 III. Brooklyn Basin Mole Pier. ,1800 feet berthage space. 60,000 sq. ft. t ranslt shed area, with necessary roadways, ap proaches and trackage IV. Fire Boat and House V. Warehouse and or Cold Storage Plant. VI. Miscellaneous Uredg- 3.820,000 250,000 600,000 ing VII. Contingencies, 10 ',i 350,000 D05.460 Total 10,060,060 Kxisting facilities at Oakland are not sufficient to properly handle the business which might reasonably be expected to move through this port at the present time if satisfactory facilities were available. With proper facilities, Oakland may expect an annual Increase In tonnage for the next few years of approximately 200,000 tons over all wharves, The city should provide in municipal wharves at once, sufficient transshipment facilities to provide for approximately half of this business, or 100,000 tons, These facilities should be located partly on the western waterfront, partly in the Inner Harbor, and partly in the Brooklyn Basin, in order that the several parts of the city may be most satisfactorily served. Certain revisions of the haf-hor lines have seemed advisable and recommendation made to the federal government with regard to certain changes in the inner harbor, outer harbor, and Among Negroes Delilah .Beasley The Linden branch V. W. ('. A.'s membership drive closed October 2.1 ct the fifth annual turkey din- PiV. attended by I persons. 1 wo 1in n.lvr.,1 tn'W li ii'l 1 1 I tt'V.i were CII- m-1 I ! ' I . A n address, on membership 'w;iv dilivereil by Miss .Margaret "Williams T the -My department Of V. W. t '. A. national sbill". "Kei'ognilioii service'' for new members vi-as held at the vesper hour on Sunday and uas largely .attended. jMiss Kulli Moore, the e.c utlve secretary, is working for I ku ger V. V. '. A. 'Hie dills' Reserve, under the leadership of the new secretary, Jtl iss Perry, held a Hallow e en party Friday. They are planning the annual mother and daughter Banquet. Miss Marie Jeffers celebrated her birthday this week with a. Hallowe'en party to twelve of hver college friends. The California state body of Na-. tive Daughters, which was organized last May in Snn Francisco by colored women, now has chapters as far south as Bakersfield, and as far north "as Marysville. The motto is "l,oyalty to California." The Oakland chapter has been named in memory of the late Pauline Powell Burns. ' The constitution and by-lawn of the Oakland chapter were adopted by the stale body. The state parliamentarian, Mrs. llettin B. Tilgh-man of Berkeley, assisted jn the idraftibg of the code. The National Notes, published by the National Association of Colored - t'...... in flita firtoher issiio con tains an entire page from the California Htate .Journal of the California Federation "of Colored "Women's Clubs. The editor, Mrs. Mvrtle Foster-Cook, ns an introduction has headed the page, "(let Acquainted With California Women You Will Meet Them Next Year." - Among the articles quoted is ft praver w ritten ill the form of a - jWm hyM.. Mnfcfcfp .Turigo, Htate chaplain and past president of the Mothers" Charity Club of Oakland. Mrs. Margaret Mabson of San Francisco, superintendent of mothers' work, has an article on the work done during the year ny inese clubs throughout the state. -jne lameda, Oakland and Berkeley igh school girls' y:lub gave a sum mary ot tne ciuns. In an article on "The Growth nf the Negro Theater," Trie Walrnond in the Theater Magazine says: "When I think of negroes writing Twys, which I feel sure some day will measure up to the standard exacted by the New York stage, I immediately" think of Elolse Bibb Thompson of Los Angeles, a former student of Thomas Uzzell, and undoubtedly the most competent craftsman of the race.'' ; Mrs. Thompson has written several dramas, Including "Caught," produced at the Gamut Club; "A Friend of Democracy," submitted by Charles, Wakefield Cadman, to members ot the Metropolitan Opera House in New York to be put into libretto form, and "Cooped Up;" pro'dueed In 1324 at the Lafayette theater, New York city." Tn Wnshlnctnn. D. 'C, thli week tidal Canal. Further revisions are advisable' elsewhere, as indicated in the body of the. report. In addition to the wharves, piers and transit sheds necessary to handle the estimated 100.-000 tons per jinniiiii increase which the city should provide, in connection with which some storage space Is provided, to take care, of the needs of the city for a short period of time, we believe provision should be made in the bond issue for the possible construction of cold storage facilities and or a warehouse ot moderate capacity. The co-ordination, in arrangement and operation of rail facilities, and the rearrangement and extension of the highways serving the port, with their intimately associated question of grade crossing elimination, constitute a most important phase in the proper solution of your port problem, and should be the subject of a Joint study by all those interested, in order that a hroad-mlnded and satisfactory solution of the whole question may be arrived at. Lewis, Bankrupt, Sues for Discharge L.OS ANGELES. Oct. 31. E. G. Lewis, promoter of the $10,000,000 Atascadero Estates, filed petition in federal district court here to be discharged as a bankrupt. Lewis was formally adjudged bankrupt January 6, 1925, o'lH-ljcstrength of a creditors' petition signed by more than flOOO names, and listing claims approximating $10,000,000. workers has been 'held to consider the appeal sent to this country by Max Vergan, pioneer organizer of V. M. ('. A. work in South Africa, lie has asked for $20,000, with which to build a clubhouse and hotel at I'Vil Hare College, Alice j Cane province, .South Africa, J)ur- I ing the last four years Max Vergan has organized 2 0 associations in the native wilderness. . Benjamine J. Davis, editor and political leader, has been selected by the Republican 'Central Committee of Oeorgia to succeed the late Henry Lincoln-Johnson. He was elected by a vote ot 43 to 23. George Foster Peabody and Dr. n. R. Moton of Tuskegegee Institute. Alabama, were the principal speakers last week, at the dedication of the Colored Y. M. C A. hulldipg in Columbus, Ga. This building has Just been remodeled and enlarged at a cost of $15,000. These improvements provide increased dormitory facilities, enlarged gymnasium, an auditorium and a modern sanitary cafe. An additional secretary, C. E. Farley, has been employed to work exclusively among the soldiers of the 24th Infantry stationed at Fort Renning. ' . Sf-? win yuur "-v bear close inspection EVERYBODY admires an unblemished skin a skin of natural clearness, tinted with the pink glow of health! A woman's 'skin will add to or mar her beauty. It is her greatest charm. And a man's skin is bis certificate of merit. How is your skin? Will It bear close inspection? Or, are you embarrassed when anyone is near you, because of your muddy, sallow complexion, pimples, blackheads, blotches, rashes, boils or eczema? S. S. S. will give yon the clear, healthy skin that everybody admires. You know that rich, red blood is absolutely necessary to a beautiful, unblemished fikin. It's a fact! There never was anything more certain. And S. S. S. helps Nature build this rich, red blood -it builds red-blood-cells by the millions! S. S. S. will give you a skin that you'll be proud for people to see. Build rich, red blood with S.S.S. That's the thing to do. And just watch blemishes disappear and the sleeping beauty of your skin come out for the world to admire. Beau-tlfy your skin by feeding It with the rich, red blood that S. S. S. helps Nature build. ' S. S. S. will give you strength and energy, too. That r. o m a ft fr. omrad blood. It will drive out rheumatism. Increase your appetite, put firm, plump flesh on your bodyr Get S. S. S. at your druggist. The larger bottle is more economical. 'SSS si "It is a mistake for old people to take, strong cathartic medicines, as they 'are seldom necessary. "Just because you are old, doesn't mean you need strong physic." , -DR. CALDWELL DR. W. B. CALDWELL AT THE AOS OF 93 "Purges" and "Physics" Bad for Old Foffis AVhlle'Dr. W'. B. Caldwell of Mon-tlcollo,'lll.;'a practicing physician for 47 years, knew that constipation was the curse of advancing age, he. did not believe tlnt'a '"piirgo" or "psyslc"! every little while was necessary. s , To him It seemed cruel that so many constipated old people had to be kept constantly "stirred up" and half sick by taking cat hint Ic pills, tablets," salts, calomel and nasty oils every day or two. In Dr. Caldwell's Syrtin Pepsin he discovered a laxative which regulates the bowels of old. folks. A single dose will establish" natural, healthy bowel movement for weeks, at a time, vtn for those chronic ally constipated. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup J'epsln not only causes a gentle, easy bowel movement .but, best of all, It is often months before another dose is necessary. Besides, it is absolutely harmless and pleasant to take. If past fifty; buy a large 60-cent bottle at aim drug: store that sdN medicine and Just see for yourself. ' Dr. Caldwell's INSTRUMENT TUBES REPRODUCER ACCESSORIES mm mm. I s mm n . i w j y i VJ YQMo Look at the list at the bottom of this page. Pick out the dealer nearest you. We call him our Blue Ribbon Representative. We selected him from the many dealers in your locality because he is the type or dealer who can represent us properly who can uphold our reputation as a merchandiser of quality products. He's the sort of man with whom you like to dp business. He is utterly reliable his word is as good as his bond and he stands squarely back of every piece of merchandise that leaves his store. We were just as careful in select ing our representative who will sell you your radio, as we were in building the radio you will buy. We must have 'dealers who" will add to the prestige we have gained through twenty years of building and servicing automotive and electrical equipment. This is the only way in which we can guard your, interests and ours. Call on your Blue Ribbon Radio Representative. Let him demonstrate the wonderful reception that Stewart -Warner Matched-Unit Radio makes possible. Let him explain what we mean by Matched-Unit Radio, and why we match the units together We could not tell you thewhole wonderful story, though I we 2 should write reams and fill this entire paper! He can tell it much better in his demon strating room, or in your home, than we ever could here! A Reliable Manufacturer Reliable Merchandise Reliable Dealers Your Radio Satisfaction L. G. RENO CO. Distributors, 2300 Webster St. j Authorized Stewart-Warner Dealer OAKLAND i Claremont Electric Co 5623 College Avenu K. tr. Stubblefield Co 732 Grand Avenu Eat Oakland Badio Fhop 4112 East 14th Street ' vvISher' Bros 2201 Telegraph Avenu CALIFORNIA BERKELEY V. Cj Battery and Electric Co., 2156 University. Avenue ALAMEDA Strom Electric Co., l.tns- Park Street SAN LEANDBO F. La Vlolette, 451 Estudillo Avenue - HAY WARD y Vleux Bros., 1030 B Street r NII.ES Vjux Uros.. Nile, rnvrnnn F. L. Keller Co., Concord MY EH MO HE Enonomy- Elee. Col UlEALDSBtRO t haney . GBidman, 104 Matheson Street HOLLISTER T. E. Moser. 141 Fifth Avenue , rrrrsBtma ' Walter. Plerson, PlttsBurf MARTINEZ "Walter Plerson. Martlnsi TVRLOCK Shearer's Battery and Elec. "Works., 200 li. Broadway SACRAMENTO H. Cameron Jr., 09 J Street Fatterson Radio Den, 1419 J Street HA1V .IOF. Booker & Greene, 40 E. San Antonio St. SANTA CLARA Johnson & Griffin, 1932,, The Alameda' 1NT ROSA' The Ttadlo Shop, 416 Mendocino Avenue VALLEJO Radio Specialty Shop, 60.4 Georgia Street WATSON VILLE Riley's Exlde Battery Station, Fifth and Main Sts. STEWART-WARNER PRODUCTS SERVICE STATION. Wliolesale Distributors, 326 23rd St., Oakland, Calif. Stewart- wJl vVy VVJirner Model 325, $80 (above) ' Cabinet Models $65 to $95 Console Models from $175 to $450 Stewart-Warner Reproducers $19.50 and $25 1 t.. V STEWART-WARNER SPEEDOMETER CORPORATION .1826 D1VERSEY PARKWAY. CHICAGO. U..S..A.I : -V A ; ' ' . - ', : f'. n I 4 'A ' it- t t'i A -h, Is - f I- - - - " .A -ft. i n "it J" y : . " . J.- f , I - V v I V -id1 A 'V

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