Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on September 23, 1925 · Page 12
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13 WEDNESDAY EVENING SDa&IanD Cri&urte SEPTEMBER 23, 1925 B BBTBT KILLING ATTRIBUTED TO Parkway Theater Opens Tonight New $200,000 structure for motion picture presentation to be dedicated tonight at Park boulevard and East Nineteenth street. Golden State Theater and Realty Corporation and Lawrence Borg are the owners. Ml BOOTLEGGER ROW Slayer and Brother of Victim Suspected of Fighting Over Rum Profits. BERKELEY. Sept. IS. A bootleggers' fight Is today being Investigated by the police as the OB use for the Killing of Richard Pharney. 38-ycar-olil Albany team- ler, on -unirty nigh!, by William Ward, :'31'4 Eighth street. Disclosures that Ward and Joseph Sharkey, brother of the slain man, had been engaged in the Illicit sale of liquor and that they had quarreled when Ward had accused his partner in "laying down n the job" and consuming more of the liquor than he cold were In the tiands of police today. Mrs. Sharkey, widow of the slain man, and her three small children, are under the care of relatives today at their home. 1153 Brighton -enue, Albany. To Mrs. Sharkey the tragedy of Sunday night means the shattering of all the dreams she and her husband have had Ince their marriage. Sharkey had Just completed the saving of $1000 fcnd this he planned as the first taynent on a home. Others are saving rnonev ln the Ussifled "Kor Sale" ads. Are you? 1 - ' - ;!? I I L ; SI I N SHE IS 'MISSING A denial that she is "missing." as reported by her son In Fnllt. I Cat., was contained In a letter re ceived oday by The TRIBUNE from Mrs. Dagmar Wrigley. now a resident of Oakland. Mrs. Wrlglery's letter. In answer to n plea for information concerning her whereabouts written by her son and published in The TRIBUNE last Monday, is as follows: "I am not missing as reported in your paper pJ.Sepiemhcj' ; I . My husband kijowsV'Tf anything happened to me, that he would be notified." LODGE OFFICERS ATTEND MEETING Suicide Attempt Has F atal Ending Charles Cook, AS. of 1517 Market street, died at the county hospital today from a wound in hi throat inflicted by himself Saturday in a suicidal attempt. Cool; was repnrlp-d lo have been despondent nver his ill In ..1th. Survivini; are a w idow and son. 1IAYWARD, Sept. 23. Officers of Hayward Masonic lodi;e No. 243, last night attended the monthly meeting of the Masters', Wardens' and Senior Deacons' club at San Leandro. Representation of the five lodges of this district were present. BOO perish IN EIRE. BRIDC.EWATER, Mass.. Sept. -I- Lives of between six and seven nunoren criminally insane patients at the stato hospital ' here were imperiled today when lire lestrocil a large barn and seriously damaged two other structures connected with the institution. BRIDGE PLAYER WHO LOST $2270 MUST PAY TAX WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. (P) M L. Hoide of New York, who related in his income tax report for 1919 that he had lost $2770.60 playing bridge yesterday lost an appeal to have that sum exempted from tax. The Internal Revenue Bureau previously had disallowed the claim ami the Board of Tax Appeals has sustained that decision. Others are saving money In the classified "For Sale" ads. Are you V E HOTEL MEN WILL MEET IN FRESNO FRESNO. Sept. 23. (A) With members arriving from all parts of the Pacific coast from British Columbia to San Diego, the California State Hotel association and the Pacific coast Interstate hotel committee will convene here Thursduy for i thi'w.ilnv . ... .session. VJIarvey M. Toy, president of the association, will preside. TURLOCK PRODUCE MARKET East 12th Street, Cor. 3rd Ave. House of Quality Watch For Our Grand' Opening Announcement on FRIDAY SEPT. 25, 1925 Music and Refreshments (J rVui UUi At WrU m Mfr Cr Vtlw AU The New SPECIAL SIX SEDAN brake, full .balloon rlru and 5 dlc wheel included ac ao extra coat All throughout America this new Special Six Sedan is scoring a record-breaking success. Quality is the magnet that is drawing buyers by the thousands greater quality backed up by greater value. Go see this car. Note first its appearance of custom-built beauty. Feel the texture of the mohair cloth upholstery grades finer than others use. But most of all, look at the way the car is built; no disappointing evidence of cheapening; no hurried workmanship. It's a quality car through and through and it looks it Pacific Nash Motor Company 2740 BROADWAY Uktsidm 7100 ARMIES NEW THEflTE RlBRITISH ON PARK BLVD. MANEUVER IN MUD ! OPENS TONIGHMFORE Oakland's newest theater, the Parkway, at Park boulevarcf 'and East Nineteenth street, will be dedicated tonight. It is announced. Owned by the GoHcn State Thea- ! ter and Realty Corporation and Lawrence Bore, the Parkway Is an added link in a chain of theaters extending throughout Northern California. Describing the new playhouse, the management fates: "In construction the Parkway marks an innovation for Oakland, as it is of th stadium type with the rear sections rising from the main floor after the fashion of rb Greek Theaier. Another unusual feature is the barrel-vaulted ceiling, surmounting a series of arched niches in the side walls. "On piers between the niches and huge lanterns and other orna mental lighting fixtures are sus pended from the ton of ea. ! A three-color lighting sy ! used throughout the entire theater, BY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE TO TRIBUNE ! SOMEWHERE IN" WILTSHIRE, ; England. Sept. :3. Under lashing ; equinoctial rains and over a country always eodden and often churned to mud, a great four-, days' mimic battle between nearly ! 5'000 soldiers of England's army , opened today. Thousands of the troops engaged j n-'i e school boys when the great i war w is being waged In Europe 'ami knew nothing by active ex- ; penenco of the Flanders mud, i which today's operations recalled only too vividly to the older men. The former treated the weather as a joke, the latter ploughed through the, sticky earth with stoical determination, cheered bv h arch.;hc var tune ration of rum.' which :ipiii is ! is served to all ranks twice daily. I lie main armies have not vet the indirect method predominating, clashed, but throughout the day Concealed light sources throw a ! fhtvf was much Rkirmihin. i diffused glow upon the walls of the niches, and other hidden mcan-descents flood the architectural details of the proscenium arch. A new device utilized here is an illuminating disc which reveals the decorative effect without glare. "The organ loft, usually divided in two sectkns on 'either side of the screen, is placed in one unit in the ceiling Immediately over the proscenium arch. This arrangement, it Is believed, will give improved Une effect and greater harmony than where the organ smaller bodies of troops, while the big guns thundered at distant objectives and machine guns rattled iucessently. The two forces opposing each other are the blue and the red armies, the blue defending London against invasion, under the command of Lieutenant General Sir Philip Chetwode. and the red army directed by Lieutenant General Sir Alexander Godley. The war began at dawn with a ptpea are spread far apart. An ! surprise attack by the blues, which though unexpected without a formal declaration of war. did not 'liiid the invaders asleep. Red troops were rushed to the front, bridges and other communications were destroyed, and the attack was checked almost at its inception. organ or large type has been In stalled. "The Spanish Renaissance pro vldes the motif for the exterior. I East Indian and Egyptian farms of 1 architecture predominate in the in- t terior. Gold' and rich polychrome ; tones have been used by the (leco- j rators with fine effect. In the ! Egyptian mode a huge sphinx stands guard in the foyer and the ; traditional wings and asps of j Egyptian architecture are much in evidence. "Four stores share the frontage Ground to Be Turned For $40,000 Factory KLUUOOD CITY. Sept. 23. : Ground breaking for the $40,00u Tnissinn Rlvlo fim. v. .... of the theater with the entrances ,,n ,h i,ih,.w' 1 "v "k-S'e.u and six offices occupy the second floor at the front, with separate entrance for this part of the building. Mark T. Jorgensen is the architect. The entire front of the building will be flood lighted. Mayor John L. Davie will make the dedicatory address'lXjight. He will be introduced by Charles Moser. vice-president of the Golden State Theater and Realty Corporation and division manager of Mfe Eastbay theaters of that circuit, ny which the Parkway will be operated. Lawrence Borg, one of the owners, will be resident manager of the theater. "For the opening performance tonight the Parkway will present Reginald Denny in 'I'll Show You the Town,' supplemented by a Larry Semon comedy, 'Kid Speed.' and a variety of other entertainment. The program will be changed tomorrow and thereafter on Saturday. Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. There will be matinees on Saturday and Sunday." 500 Will Attend' Boy Scout Dinner Five hundred men and women, parents and friends of the Boy Scouts, will assemble at the annual dinner at the Oakland Scout camp next Saturday evening, it was announced yesterday by Homer J. Bemlss, scout executive. President Abe Leach will make the principal address. Bemlss will report on the camp work and award honors. The music program, arranged by E. E. Llchtlg, will include the Orpheus instrumental trio, ft soprano solo by Ruth May Friend, numbers by the Apollo male quartet, baritone solo by Lichtig, and vocal duets by Miss Isabel Thelma Nord- lund and Lichtig. 1 Woodland Buries Late City Treasurer WOODLAND, Sept. 23. Residents of Woodland stopped their daily occupations yesterday afternoon to pay tribute to Dan E. Jacobs, late city treasurer, who was laid to rest In the Woodland cemetery, Jacobs died Sunday following several weeks of illness. Rev. O. E. Millard conducted the services. Fraternal orders, including Masons and Foresters, of which Jacobs was a member, participated. by the Silver Gate Poultry Indus. tries. Inc.. will begin In a few davs according to Arthur Stevens, president and general manager, who Is here making the necessary arrangements. The building in which chicken and duck will be canned in various forms, will be of concrete. WAXTS TO HELP OTHERS "I could not rest because of coughing all night," writes Mr. L. E. Davis, 651 E. 46th St., Chicago, HI. "Tried FOLEY'S HONE V AND TAR and it is the best remedy for cough3 and colds I ever took. I introduced FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR to several of my friends and they think it's the best they ever used." FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR just naturally hits the spot and gives quick relief from coughs, colds and hoarseness. Gt a bottle from your neighborhood store today. Osgood Bros. HERE'S "GETS-IT" World's Fastest Corn Endei Ends Pain in 3 Short Seconds "Gets-It" is a scientific liquid that millions use. among: them famous dancers, athletes, doctors and folks who have to walk a lot. It ends them. You laugh at corns. One drop stops pain in 3 short seconds. Then the corn loosens and comes off . . . all gone, forgotten. You walk in peace. There are imitations. So watch out. Get the genuine "Gets-It" All druggists. Enough to kill a dozen corns costs 35 Others are saying money in the classified "For Sale" ads. Are vou? riREWERS HEAD (JUTS. NEWARK. N. .1.. Sept. L,;;.--"P) --Christian Feigenspan. president of the Christian Feigenspan lirew -cry of Newark, has offered his resignation as president of the I'nited States Brewers' Associ.'it 1 1 because of his opposition tn the reported attempt of representa tives or the association to reach a compromise with the A nt i-Sab'ou League on modification of the Volstead law. Specials for Thursday, Sept. 24th TILE STORE FRONTS IN THE New Parkway Theater INSTALLED BY Robt. Howden & Sons Now'located in our new building at 17th and Webster St. Ph. Oak. 1983 Chairs Throughout Parkway Theater From C. F. WEBER & CO. Theater Seating Department SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES DRUG SPECIALS You'll llkn our new drug: dcnurlnirnt. It Is fully f-tookrd with drugs, medicines mid toilet nrtieles. The location is n. rnn. 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Deal, .m 5c SALMON BELLIES, lb 32c MAYONNAISE. 8'2 oz. jar 20c Harris' Dellcateaen El rA Greater Motion Picture Theater for Greater Oakland Parkway Theater Park Boulevard and East 19th Street Opeeing Tonight HE PARKWAY, a magnificent new thea ter dedicated to the motion-picture art, will be formally presented tonight to the residents of the Lake Merritt district. This $200,000 palace of photoplays adds another link to the great chain of the Golden State Theater and Realty Corporation. Unusual architectural features are embodied in the Parkway, which' is of the stadium type, involving the distinctive Egyptian style of ornamentation so much in vogue in the newest theaters throughout the country. Honorable John L. Davie, Mayor of Oakland, will make the dedicatory address? Doors open at 6 o'clock. Every modern device for the comfort and convenience of patrons has been incorporated in the Parkway Theater. Heating, ventilation and projection systems are mechanically perfect. The building.5 equipment and program have been planned with the one aim in view to please our patrons and add to the glory of our great city. PARKWAY THEATER Owned by Golden State Theater and Realty Corporation and Lawrence Borg Charles Moser, Vice-President and Division. Manager 4 a MilMMllliiKOM HHifcafflaf ,Er- iiiiiiBiig

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