SUNDAY- JMtlaitD-Cri&une NOVEMBER-22, 1925- A13 x r IRK 10 BEGIN S 00 SGH00 L FOB ELMHURST Elementary 16-Room Edifice Costing $140,000 .Will Rep! ace Present Unit. New Classrooms for East Oakland Region Artist's conception of new Elmhurst school, which will be built at a cost of $140,000. Work, which will begin toon, has been ordered by the school board to rush facilities for 650 pupils. The school plans include latest improvements in educational plant construction. TVork on Elmhurst's new elementary school, which takes the Place of the present edifice, Is expected to begin within six weeks, according to members of the board t education, which last week approved preliminary plans and exiled for bids. The school will eost about $140,000. The new edifice will replace the eld Klmhurst elementary school, which will become a Junior high school. . All the modern educational Improvements and ideas are incorporated in the design of the new Institution, which will have sixteen school rooms, an auditorium, an administrative suite, a nurses' room, a projection room for motion pictures or visual education, and a standard kindergarten equipped with the latest devices. Th kindergarten will be one of the largest In Oakland. The building will be two stories of Romanesque design. It is ex pected to house 600 to 660 students and take the pressure of the school population which now crowds upon the old Elmhurst , school. The new building will be the first unit of a structure which ; Is designed for tuture enlargement to a maximum of 25 op 80 class rooms. The" equipment of the school Is mected to cost aeout ii,uuu To this will be added $18,000 for Improvements and equipment for yards and grounds, None or ineae Items has come up yet for bidding .q th hids for the building proper Special attention Is given to sani-ntlon in the new school. A feature nt ihn npw school will be the light inn- and ventllatine arrangements. According to the requests for plans and specification. thara will h sDirited bids for constructing the new edifice, and tha bids will be opened three weeks hence. Rigid supervision and Inspection is promised by the school construction de partment Five Seek Opening As Game Warden NAPA. Nov. 21. With the an nouncement that Everett E. Koacn, "missing" Napa county game warden, had been located working aa a guard at san w""1"" i1"""1 h arrival here Of Information -nrr iha ctntR fish and same com mission to the effect that he would be dismissed from the service, five Kmii vallev residents have an nounced themselves as candidates to succeed Roach. Those seeking the appointment are: Forrest Mc-Dermott, secretary of the Napa Sporting club; Jed Walter, deputy hprlff of St. Helena: E. E. West- nHnrf. denutv sheriff of Napa; OtUBroeker of Calistoga and ROy Weed of Napa, Carmel Firemen Choose New Chief t a t? atttt.- Nov. 21. The Caritial firemen held a special meeting lacf nfent. nominated several can didates to the position of fire chief and then decided to support kod ert Leidig, Carmel merchant, for thn nofdtion. His name will be i.hmittcil to the citv board of trus tees for approval. The new chief ni take the olace of J. E. Nichols, whose resignation was demanded r,H nrrented bv the board of trua tees earlier in the week after Nichols and Vire Commissioner Larou- tto had disagreed over aeveral is sues. " Cannery Man H eld Reckless Driver MONTEREY. Nov. 21. Practically every offense of- which an automobile driver can be guilty was committed by Ienry Saleman-to, 20, a cannery worker, living t Foam and McClellan streets, when he attempted to escape from Officer Fred Eiaenhardt, according to police reports. Salemanto drove down Alvarado . street with no lights, cut the corner button. Increased his speed when commanded to halt and when overtaken could Jiroduce no operator's license, po-Ice declare. School Team Tour Costs Subscribed LODI, Not. 21. The $800 fund needed to finance the Chicago trip for the Lodi Union High school livestock Judging team has been arranged. Tha fund .was raised by the chamber of comniarce. the student body, the agricultural class and the Lofll businessmen's association. Leslie Stlne. Wlllard Beck-man. Lindsay Jewett and Kenneth Lane for the team: their instructor Is Herman DHkman. Martinez School Holds Pet Exhibit MARTINEZ, Not. 21.- An sxhH bltlon of pets was held by the natural history class of the sixth grade of the Martinez grammar school yesterday afternoon under ths direction Of Miss Fonda. Wolfs, teacher. Pets of every description were arrayed In the' auditorium-Charles Pulse. Ralph Wight md William Bears acted as judges. Twenty first and twenty second prizes were awarded. Partnership Broken Over Liquor Selling SALINAS, Nov. 21. The bootlegging issue caused a spilt m the partnership of George Verres and Theodore Regae, soon after they es. tabllshed a restaurant at King City, according to testimony given at trial here yesterday. The suit Is for a dissolution and an accounting. Witnesses for.'Verres testified he objected to his partner selling liquor surreptitiously on the 'side." At the conclusion of Verres' testimony the trial went over to Dec. j, when It is expected Regas will give his version. ' 'HUNTER PLEADS GUI LIT. NAPA, Nov. 21. Pleading gul ty before Justice of the. Peace Charles H. Snow to charges of violating the fish and gar Uws- by WIHng ducks from' a molorboat, Herbert Urban of Oakland has beenjll-rected to appear In court lrere Tuesday morning, when sentence . j ' i FREE LAUDED m compete wJh M INSPECTOR MONTEREY MAYOR MONTEREY, Nov. 21. Praise for the good work being done for the city of Monterey In Its fight for the breakwater by Congressman Arthur M. Free of San Jose was voiced this morning by Mayor W. G. Hudson in a statement Issued following receipts of a letter from Free asking City Manager R. M. Dorton to forward to Washington all data pertaining to the Monterey harbor. "Mr. Free's failure to appear In Monterey for a conference here Just before he left for Washington was no indication that he is 'lukewarm' on the breakwater issue," Mayor Hudson said. "Congressman Free missed that conference purely by accident. He Is not only interested in the success of Monterey's harbor development, but he told Major John W. N. Schulz, head of the army engineer corps of the Ninth Corps area, thut he Intended to make the campaign for a Monterey breakwater his major work in the coming session of Congress." In his letter to Dorton Free requested that he be kept in touch with every development In the breakwater campaign- Slot Machine Trial Set for January 14 SAN JOSE, Nov. 21. Trial of the suit brough by Wesltey Erich. vending machine agent, against Chief of Police J. N. Black for an Injunction restraining Black from alleged interference with Erich's business, will he held before Superior Judge J. R. Welch on January 14. Hearing was opened yesterday, City Attorney Archer Bowden ask ing the court to dissolve a temporary restraining order, and Attorney William H. Johnson, repre senting Erich, asking that the machines already out be left where they are with orders pasted on them for all persons to refrain from operating them. v 1 Colorado River Dam Outlined to Women RICHMOND, Nov. 21. The Colorado river dam controversy. which, has engaged the attention of the eeveq cities bordering on the river and the Department of Com merce, was explained to the Republican Women's Federation last night In the Chamber of Commerce rooms by Mrs. Dorothy Lenroot Black, daughter of Senator Len root. SAN LEANDRO TO COMPETE WITH HOLLAND BULBS SAN LEANDRO, Nov. 21. Dr. Lupther Michael, chairman of the fjortlculture committee of the San Leandro Chamber of Commerce and president of the local dahlia society, has received word from San Quentin that San Leandro dahlia bulbs will be planted and observed this season against Imported Holland bulbs. The Paul Michael variety of dahlias will be entered In the experiment, according to Patrick Tyrone VII, in charge of the Garden Beautiful at San Quentin. Each year Dr. Michael collects the best varieties of San Leandro bulbs and gives them to the gardeners at San Quentin, who have one of the most beautiful bulb gardens in the West. Contractor Resumes Delayed Pave Work MONTEREY. Nov. 21. Concrete pouring started today on the Munras avenue paving Job which Is being done by J. J. Janes, .Richmond contractor. The entire section to be paved, from Pearl street to Webster, will be completed within a few days, it is expected. The contractor met difficulties which delayed this work considerably, it was learned today, when It was found during preparation of the sub-grade that an oil pipe line installed by the Associated Oil Company had been soaked with crude oil to keep It from rusting and that this oil had made the surrounding soil unfit for a concrete paving. Good soil had to be brought in to replace the poor material. r . Two Held in Sonora Suspected of Theft SONORA, Nov. 21 Suspected of burglarizing the Flander drugstore at Jamestown. C. H. Sales and J. E. Evans are in the county Jail here, held on vagrancy charges. Investigation Is being made, as the officers are not satisfied with the men's stories. The burglars secured $5 and a revolver. Neither the missing coin nor the weapon has been found. The suspects, strangers, were found asleep in an old cabin. . Funeral Held for Child Auto Victim SAN PABLO, Nov. 21. Funeral services were held this morning at St. Paul's Catholic church for Mary Telscra, 7-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Teisera, who was killed In an automobile accident here Wednesday evening. Burial was In St. Joseph's ceme tery. VIEWS PROPERTY SAN LEANDRO, Nov. 21. Colonel Ralph Van Deman, Infantry, D. O. E., checked over the government property of Company F, 159th Infantry, at the San Leandro armory last evening. Other army men accompanying Colonel Van Deman were Colonel Adolphus J. Eddy, commanding the 159th Infantry and Major Clarence Mitchell, commandl ngthe 2nd Battalion, 169th Infantry. Lettuce Shipments End at Hollister HOLLISTER, Nov. 21. Lettuce packing for shipment to eastern centers from San Benito county, broke all records with the shipment of the last five curs this week with one shipper alone, T. Tashi-ma, sending forward a year's total of 205 cars, one hundred last spring and 105 this fall. The Japanese grower pioneered the lettuce growing industry here only five years ago. This season he also tried green tomato shipments, sending forward fifteen carloads. The returns were so good he plans doubling acreage for next year. BAZAAR AT NILES PROVES SUCCESS NILES. Nov. 21. The annual bazaar given by the Ladies' Guild of the Niles Congregational church, held here last evening, has been declared by committee chairman to be one of the most successful events of its kind held In this district. Ladies who worked on committees to make the affair one to be remembered were: Mrs. H. B. Ellsworth, fancy work; Mrs. F. M. Hudson and Mrs. Sellers, candy; handkerchiefs, Mrs. Walpert, Mrs. Goozee and the Camp Fire Girls; Mrs. Edward Ellsworth, Mrs Ken-nard and Mrs. Barnard, home cooking; Mrs. Roland and Mrs. Cull, coffee and sandwiches; Mrs. ('. K. Martinstein and Mrs. R. Hatch, novelties and gifts; Mrs. Townsend and Mrs. Martin, fish pond; Mrs. Hodges and Mrs. Martin, white elephant. MAIL CARRIER HURT. SALINAS. Nov. 21. Frank Col-burn, veteran letter carrier, was slightly bruised and scratched yesterday when a bicycle he was riding was struck by an automobile driven by Deputy Sheriff Carl A. Abbott- Colburn's bicycle was demolished. The accident happened at a street corner. BAYSHORE OPENS M0S0UIT0 FIGH T MARTINEZ, Nov. 21. A committee of heads of municipalities and industries along thebay shore was preparing today fora meeting to be held at which plans will be formulated for circulation of a petition directed to the board of supervisors asking organization of a mosquito abatement district. Plans for the session follow submission of a report by KoMe M. Stover, executive of the San Mateo and Marin mosquito abatement districts, to a sUb-commlttce in which he outlines territory that should be embraced In the district. The general lines of the district rec-commended by Stover extcnil from a. point west of Martinez to a point west of Antioch. i Faculty to Banquet H. S. Football Team PITTSBURG. Nov. 21. A ban quet will be given members of the Pittsburg high school football team by the high school faculty Monday night at the, Los Medanos hotel, J" . . Kamsdeil, principal, announced today. Ramsdell will act as tonstmaster. and will award twelve block letters to the team. Tho Mock "Ps" will be the first awarded by Pittsburg high. Briif addresses on athletic topics will be made by R. A- Gibson, couch: Harry Hunn, yell leader, and Samuel Williamson, captain. The table will be arranged as a gridiron with goal posts at each end. Players slated for block letters are Stanley Williamson, center and captain; Harold Hunn and Eric Stone, guards; Salvatore Caruso and Elmer Smith, tackles; Bernal Cunningham, Aaram Melkonlan. ends; Victor Erickson, quarterback; Fay Loverldge, William Dummond, half-backs; Gene Riding, fullback, and Toby Cunningham, substitute. 1 Bazaar and Food Sale in Richmond RICHMOND. Nov. 21. Richmond Temple No. 113, Pythian Sisters, held a bazaar and food sale today in a vacant store at 1218 Macdonald avenue. Mrs. Frances Michel acted as chairman in charge of the food sale, while Mrs. Eve lyn Miller directed the bazaar as general chairman. Y. M. I-Y. L. I HOLD PARTY- MARTINEZ, Nov. 21. A "kid's party" was held by the Y. M. I. and the Y. L. I. in Dante hall last night. Members attended In chil dren s clothing and the evening was spent in playing children's games. Refreshments were servea. 5 i H, C Capwell Coi TEL. 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BALDWIN PAINTER and DECORATOR 3131MADELINE STREET Telephone Fruitvale 5922 OAKtjiND, CALIFORNIA AIR BRUSH PAINTIN SAND BLASTING Tiffany WALL BLENDING f ire CUMWOOD GRAINING 0:0 PAPERING 0:0 TTJCCO REFINISHING my refutai con- DEAR CUSTOMER: Twenty-five dollars will be deducted tract price if you have your painting done now. ' Deterioration sets in tut this time of year otsWood tad plastered finishes not protected by good paint. "Saethe aur-" face and you save all" will come home to you if you don't keep your property well painted. We give you "the benefit of twenty years experience and will show you how little it actually costs you to protect your property. W"l guarantee all work done by me for two years. Procrastination will be dear for you, so phone or write me ind I will be glad to call and give you an estimate. v Yours very truly, . - I r W. T. BALDWIN. 1 , , ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 iV 11 ' The new Wedgewood pictured above sets new records for value-giving in the West. The dependable materials, correct design and scientific construction for which these ranges are noted, are to be found at their best in this NEW WEDGEWOOD. Closed top, polished steel. Improved type. Porcelain splashers, drip pans, oven door panels and top guard. Nickel-plated door frames, incinerator door and trimmings. Built-in-Kitchen Heater with gas-kindling flame. i ' i . . fy-:'-: Smooth front. All bolts and hinges are concealed, making for better appearance and easy to keep clean. Warming Oven serves a double purpose in providing a drawer for utensils. Wilder Rust-Proof Iron in all combustion chambers. Holiday Cooking Miss Lanning, an expert on holiday cooking, will be in our Range Department for the holiday season. She will use the famous Wedgewood, baking with oven temperature control. , Thanksgiving Dinner The success of this event depends a great deal upon the preparations and the service. Capwell's Household Department has the utensils china, glass and silver so necessary. V I i V n i I 1 I I for 8 v 1 a , ' Pyrex oven glass recipe booklet, or the Community Plate correct aerv- .ice booklet. Capwell's Third Floor. WOODMEN CAMP WILL INITIATE CLASS BY RADIO RICHMOND, Nov. 21. The long heralded radio initiation, an innovation planned by Richmond camp, Modern Woodmen of America, will take place Friday evening. Candidate will find themselves alone in the hall. .Officers In another part of the building will conduct the ceremonies by means of radio transmitters and loud speakers. The meeting will be conducted In the regular manner with the exception that the officers will not be present. The one exception will occur when the banquet is served. The officers expect to attend this portion of the function in person. The ball players of the orpran-Ization will meet the American Type Founders nine at Kenny park, Berkeley, at 12:30, Sunday, as one of the scheduled contents of the Spalding Winter league. WHIST SKT 1'OH TUESn.W. RICHMOND, Nov. 21. St. Mark's whist is planned for Tuesday evening In the Memorial hall. Hill Carey will preside as chairman of the affair. ACCIDENTAL SHQT KILLS F HO ORO Virus, Xov. 21. Pedro Tie Cruz, said to be a Filipino, agec? ahout 2.r. years, Is do;id as the re sult of tho accidental discharge of an automatic pfvtol that he carried in his shirt. The shot wns accidentally fired as Do Cruz wan put tin-.,' on his shirt after taking a bath. Officers hellevo the ciin to be the same that was reported to have been used Thursday in a race riot. Flask Service Is Costly at Salinas SAUNAS. Nov. 21. A pint flank carried by Jack Mean, well known here, cost hlru $l.r0 in the police court yesterday afternoon. 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