25 POLICE MOBILIZE TO CURB WEDNESDAY EVENrsa atlanD Crffiunc OCTOBER 2$, 192o PRflWKS H BWE'EI Youths Face PeHty if Fun Destroys Property. arns Chief. Ths Oakland police I r pa it tr:ni has been requf f-ti-.l to niuhili.-'e to protrct the pvoi'Tty of t!i. clr-onry on Hallowe'en', In a letter to Chief of roller Drew last nlch;. Coinmi.-sionfr-ColboUrn asked for special polier vigilance "in prof,-! me pr.p.---:v from damage oa siseil ly the pranks of small hoys a nil those i;ot . small." The latter. ?..-.,-o:-t!ir.e to C o 1 b o i r I), nay N the rea 1 nuisances. "Hallowe'en." sav CY )Vourvi. time for fun. -vt ilwc ? reason why u shniiM be lo, upon as a time fo:- :.-: ..! otruetion." Youths from H to a.-.Mr.ltr.c to police offioi&K v. ,1J l-.nt h., t-fheir endeavors rJassi.'.cr! .is . h:M-lsh pranks if caught. t-sitv:at! if their fun-makmjr nirltalrs c-'-r.eral demolition of fon.-a?. ba:r.?. eleven houses. Meantime, the tret lipp.-.rtr.-.ettt Imued a peroral appeal ;h. the fun-makers desist (n:;i ;r.p Street s:pi:s. as these latter are believed to have sotv.e Viihie t a the city at large. p;:e,t lf part :r-rn: patrolmen, it is promised! w;!l U on hand to ci;.ul street sigrs .-,-.1 specially rt a lj:::err.s, whuh guard holes in the p.v. :r.e:.ts. ;-t Jokers take the '.art errs iv .ty . - . endanger motorists. The Go-Getter JOHN H. SIGLER of Los Angeles, who wrote 1 1 6 health and accident insurance policies in one day, setting a world record, winning a trip to Hartford, Conn., and earning $4435.95 in premiums. He worked 1 6' i hours. P & A photo. P IH MAKES GALLANT FIGHT FOB LIFE Mother of Victor Milton Writes Gratitude for Money .. Sent Stricken I";iiiii) . JUDGE GIVES 5. F. MASHERS 90 DAYS IN COUNTY JAIL SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 28. Mashers are taboo in San Francisco. Police Jmipe Daniel O'Brien announced today that he would administer the most severe punishment possible against all offenders broupht before him and promptly made examples of Kob.-i-i Wek-h. 24. and William T-Uii.e-h. -.". both of whom he semen. eel to SO ilay.s in the count v jail. .Mrs Riitlni Harris of 1030 I'ost street, who, caused the arrest of the pair, testified that, 'a ecom pa nted by a young woman, she w.is walkin:; on l'ost street ht n the men drove by in an mobile atnl invited them to When they refused, she sajd, wire met with a storm of vile epithets. The machine con- i tinned to follow them and final ly I. it 'ut-Mtai't I'd ward Cullman appeared. He was unable to arrest the pair until he had battled with them ami received aid from pa.-sii-g citizens. If j 4' I ' W ( 1 I I "Words are useless to Mn " k v.m I S J j for what you are !oi'.K f '"" "l jPtsJM ! the pnt f-s;i vk-.-n -.: ht r'.- app ! S-'fllt " .M . for nmiin- to keen the boy at the I ' Su - l.tMimo. :. fuii.l was i-.rtr.i'l.v A, .!. 1 IS iMm I, P.M.-!s with -. .'.:.: f-r r.M b'- j a ! Kt'lr. sumo MM.I.. ', i'XT - Mrs. l.amam, ai-l her lvh.rvl : HK&e. "fe KIM :"-""'.:tK tr r.o, . mT.:. a-M Nov Ptbr Mia '"-r'air. lurv.n was Minion! . of the sefi;.t unit of ffiPP f Wwm I 1 " l'rk "' ::n;e of "v'l'If'-f. .'tlt.-ll Trri!!!-S. !t Wit S- J f!f I :iral tlPMich he !i::s s.r.c b". ". , in in!.- v -i ,!a KWRt jfeflL El ; I'f'ttttsed a ot, S::, r,-i:,i. to. - -o r. 'n: : t ees ,-omp.tsed i s I. :. :-:i r. l oi ..f ; : ! - ' . - ' a.il'v ,-. ' is Inv I I !.-:::t '.'.!: lie itr.ictf 1 tr.MJ! a AI.A.M1.DA. do!. fK5c) bi:rn::.p bu'.l-'o-i; Vvr ! :s hf t K iw r la 'is w. tie hosts M. ft f . ::'": !:: ;" ! Intrd- :i S:.reht-on : ;hs? Ina T'inir.TC'TT CO ! ! :1 ' '::: .. .. I'"11''' ''":' a'ureare j-f's, I unjILij; 1 I ( iiirni.P hi.; iin,. ro. : Pi. ,f:.- W ' -...v ., ;',t i. i , M'a... 1 -,t.t O.t.b-i 10.. 1923. F---r;:.y -i i l ! , , . i.""'. A' ' " , ' '.' ' ' .' ' ' N I I .!'! lit" 'i-.st.ai.-'.-s ar.d that bill a:: av a,!..,, hail I I " O , .11. ,1- T V O I i.io.i lira:. st. j r.s ar.o t:.e co,.s:a::t -fare , .. ..i. lie:- Ie;t.--r " ,f' r "' N iC t..iiav i ,; :. - h:m : a ) vv rite to Risstra a toi linie. Any hi-- wif- has. r.iir.d from cat tf.'-.sr.l to save his ne l :a ib '1 1 It C 4 . o'Jay !i . Lam'.. , F.VE will fia n: II. S'f.t riirei. 1 ToL-a. 1 i.isr, ra i e e TFMB- ' Wood! n.d KIEW PASTOR HUD WIFE WELCOMED ENLARGED To 11 horn It Men Ccr.ctrv.: H. S. Low relieved my daughter of a severe and chrome case of enlarged tcr.iils. ihe had suffered for eiglitcen years but his herbal remedies brought complete relief in four weeks. During the three, years since thn whenever my husband or I have been ill we have gone to H. S. Low and his herbol remedies have brought promnt relief. (Siened) MRS. L. A. POTTER. 4905 Lawton Ave, Oakland" Phone: Pied. 9I78W. See this patron or ask at office for testimonials on dyspepsia, rheumatism, asthnia, blood dt-orJer?. eczema, hernia, paralvji-. and many other ilKrV'Choice Herbs for F.verv 111." THE SING HERB SPECIALISTS H- S. Low. Directing Herbci.st. EbtaM:s!:d in Oaklard P-:;. 491 Tenth St. (Betw. Broadway and Washington) True Herbs Only Phone Oak. 3250 No Operations Pf rtorraei. 500 Guests Expected At Terminal Event ALAMliPA. Oct. Moie than person v ::i r.ttenrl tne lunch-to bo held on Armistice Dy ! 1 . oeb'ii !-.: imc t he open the En- indicated at ifternoon of of re p rese n- strvice clubs f, : btt-rd atid mei'i-e Thf b! at the ter- Rotarv 'am. It j g tl.t ; Kiivanians Entertain Miss Ina Coolbrith ' A la merta todav at i""ofdi.ri;h. during The Keventy-five members of the official board of the First Methodist Kpiscopal church and their wives gave an informal reception to Rev. Kdgar Allen Lovvther, the new pastor of the church, upon his arrival last night the Key Route Inn. Accompanying the pastor were Mrs. Lovvther and their three sons and two daughters. Pr. Lovvther. who succeeds Dr. dohn Stephens. arrived shortly after S o'clock from Los Angeles. j having made the trip overland from Wichita. Kns., by automobile. At Los Angeles he visited his brother, who is a professor In the t'niversity of Southern California. The formal reception to Dr. and Mrs. Lovvther will be held. in the church parlors a week from Friday night. Dr. Lovvther will occupy the pulpit of his new church next Sunday for the first time. His morniiig subject will be "Why Is a Preacher?" His evening theme "The Ideal City." N.-xt Monday non he will address the members of the Oakland High Twelve Luncheon club. Rev. Charles Arthur Wells, who assj!etl Dr. Lovvther In 'Wichita, will continue to assist him here. Wells will arrive late next week He will have charge of religious education at the church. He was a former newspaper cartoonist, and has given chalk talk accompaniments to Dr Lowther's Sunday evening addresses. PHELPS LEAVES WIDOWS400.Q00 Robert Stallman Phelps, partner in the firm of Taft & Pennoyer, department store owners, leaves an estate estimated at $400,000 entirely to his widow, Mrs. Julia L. Phelps. 321 Hillside avenue, Piedmont, by terms of the will filed for probate by Attorney Ben F. Woollier. The will is holographic and was executed March 6, 1908. Provision that the estate should he divided nmonj? Mrs. Virginia Stallman of Lee, Mass., a sister, 13 nephews and nieces and two sisters-in-law in case the wife predeceased Phelps, was made in the will, but these bequests are not valid by reason of the widow's survival, i Phelps dropped dead of heart failure on the street October 19. ICHAICE ESTATE PAYSMTAX DO I 'E '' poy loir of v ..o l.'ach, local ,pc r - orks. :: Mrs. Ial.lv of Pratt .' 1 u I i n g c iv e CHARGED TO MATE LOS A NO ELKS. Oct. IS.- (f) Ray L. Riley, state controller, announced today that the estate of Frank Chance, baseball player and manager, who died here September 1 li'I-1, had been appraised at ?1 30,000. and government and state inhoritancrc taxes amounting to ?H3t'. collected. 5 Motorists Must Face Speed Charges ALAMEDA, Oct. 28. Five mot-torlsts were cited yesterday by city traffic officers for speeding on Ala meda streets and have been noti fied to appear before Judge E. Silver for a hearing; on November Those cited wore: O. D. Lions, 100. liust Sixteenth street; A. C. .bolae-mann, 801 Howard street, Snn Francisco; George Gundlac, 12J Clinton avenue; C. M. Buck, 20 7 San Jose avenue, and William Jim, Church street, Oakland. e Wife Cold to Him, j Man Asks Dworcel ns a'.- is most : ''.! :::. j.ammng :o Tl." TP.,! B' tor's fr: -:!!. ia 'akin -him ,a: the V.'oodi,-. ial . inversion to keep his despondency may .h,;!p life, jiriysjciar.s sy. , C.-r.trfbs:;or.s reecived t cijdc ?2't from George W ?j from Clara M. Taft. ST. H. Jarvis. s5 frcm Mrs. X. and 5: from. S. J. F. Ti the advice of his wife. J. Itissn.ai!, wljo said love him and advised uivot-ca, he says. E. G. 'ay filed suit. He says hi -en cold and lndiffrr-him. Tl-y were mar-wood City, January 5, forward all money not Iv to Mrs. Alice Larnp-f tiit:- Woodland Clinic. Calif. -r Financing Foreign Trade through THE PORT OF OAKLAND: No. 1 i.iiicr waves ana marcel acs. vcrt cndcariiu'iits mixed villi static." Nclcctin radio often saves Time for loving most emphatic. Becoming infatuated with a girl considerable younger than himself, Elmer Lee Brown. radio expert, was spending his time with her while- telling his wife he was testing radio sets, Mrs. Anna C. i.rown alleges 1,1 a divorce suit. She says lur husband met and fell in love with the girl last .May. Mi-s. Brown says she found a letter written by the girl to her husband in which she said: "I really do love you with lots of love and kisses, I am your dear little pal." Married on September IS, 1920, the Browns separated on September 1 last. Publisher Swoons In Sudden Illness 'Stanton W. Lore, publisher of an Oakland labor weekly, was removed to the Merrirt hospital I shortly before noon today after be-j ing stricken with a serirotis attack of illness ut his office on Twelfth i street. Emergency treatment was rendered at the receiving hospital, j He regained consciousness and was pronounced out of danger before , his removal to Merrirtt hospital. Former Residents Of Nevada to Rally A reunion of former Nevada residents who now make their home in the East bay will be held November 10 at the Hotel Claremont, Berkeley. A dinner will be served at ? o'clock. There will be a mus-rcal program. BEATS fcOVERXMEXT. JOHANNESBURG!!. Edward Morgan won a suit for $12,500 against the Orange Free State government for dismissing ' him as a teacher without notice. Opening of Export Credit. Opening of In port Credit. Otinting of Acceptance Credit gainst Warehouse Merchandise, Cable Transfers to all parts of the World. Traveler-' Chequei Negotiable " Throughout the World. .Travelers' Letters of Credits Exchange of Foreign Currency; Collection of Foreign Securitiea ted Coupons. Foreign Market, Credit, and Trataportation Information. Q Pionm In Foreign Trade With the present public interest in the Oakland Harbor, the general demand for increased shipping facilities for the Port of Oakland that the Eastbay cities may par -ticipate to a much larger extent in international trade consideration must be given to ways and means of financ ing both import and export shipments. For over a quarter of a century, The American Bank has served in the development of foreign markets, in the importing of raw materials and finished merchandise, in tne exporting of goods made in the Bay region to markets in all quarters of the globe. In this The American Bank was a pioneer, among the very first on the Pacific Coast. Today the experience of over twentyfive years, the direct connections with more than 4,000 foreign correspondent financial institutions in all parts of the world, the large resources of this bank are offered in "financing foreign trade through the Port of Oakland." DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK? OLD ROOFS RE COVERED AND GUARANTEED Terms If You Wish Multi-Colored and Fireproof Laid Over Old Shingles A. K. G00DMUNDS0N Lakeside 271 2140 San Pablo Ave. "What's Over Your Head?" is " WW PETROLEUM 1K 5 in IMPORTANT NOTICE! L AMEDirAN Raw t- JL MX XJLLITWIla. MM - JUJ. ML K Jtm. i. a. 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