Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on February 24, 1928 · Page 22
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 22

Oakland, California
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Friday, February 24, 1928
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-"mm D FRIDAY EVENING a&tanD Crf&une FEBRUARY 24, 1928 t 4 JLfly DIVORCE JO TO NOVEL ' EX-OFFICIAL j '7ie Derided Him in Her Book, Says " Former .-Cabinet Member. PARIS, Feb. 14. W) P ansa ret .'om his wife's novels war before '18 Versailles court today a round for divorce In the suit brought by Balnbrldgs Colby, for mer American .secretary of state. Former President Alexander Mil ' rand of France, appearing in be half of Colby, aald that Mrs. Colby abllehed nJvel, "Green Forest," ho wing a politician, who In every way resembled her hatband, In an unfavorable' light.' Then shortly it this Mlllerand stated, she tihiished another book in which rodent Harding was attacked. Jie advanced the. "capricious" iture of the literary , wife at x leading for hi, client's freei 1, Mlllerand also read a num. r of letters from Mrs. Colby, whe i Nathalie Bedgwlok. of Stock- ndge. Mats. . He asserted that ie temperament of Mrs, Colby arte life unbearable for hit client. Mrs. Colby did not appear at the rooeedlngs nor was she represent 1. Judgment will probably b . inded down In a "week. Rancher to Appear For Arraignment MORGAN HILL, Feb. U. An. 10 Toya, Madrono rancher, ar. -ied by Constable Lloyd fikeels 1 Deputy Lee Busainy last Sun-y, and charged by his wife with auit with intent to commit mur-r, was to be arraigned here In court of Judge Lewis late this ternoon. Toya Is alleged to have reatened to blow out Skeels iint if be approached him while jya was armed with a shotgun. Hrl Scout Work to 2 Shown at Redwood REDWOOD CITT, Feb. U. Girl out work will be demonstrated n'i;ht at the Sequoia high school utorlum through tenderfoot remonles, first aid drill, campflre cng and a.eourt of awards. El-ure B. Hlnman, president of the amber of commerce; John Gill, nerlntendtnt of schools, and Mtts .ice PhlUipson, girl soont director, .il talk. The publlo It Invited. die jo Traffic .;rr Problems Studied VALLEJO. Feb. . C. C. Cot-:reiL chief engineer of the California Automobile association, who hat for the last month been study 11 g traffio conditions in Vallejo, is meet with the city commission, s In a few day to talk over the al plans before bit report is ten to. the publlo, , m aHtHmmmmmmmmm aasr ' hv' SCO Pounds of Wire Stolen From Yard SAU8ALITO, Feb. Si The theft ' a reel of copper-cable weighing 00 pounds and valued at $660 ttt reported to the Marin county ; herlffa offioe by the Radio. Cor-oratlon of America. The cable, to ive been "ted at the Bollnat ata-ion, disappeared from the Sausali-i o storsyards of the radio company. ijfreiy Cold IsalUsk Every cold expose you to terlous ! -onsequencet, Grippe or flu may result. nil with cold in timet At first bub-cion of a cold, take) HILL'S Cascara- , . ronddVJuinine. , 1 , ' ' HILL'S breaki up cold In 24 hours . because it does the four things neces. iry, all at one time. Stop the cold, , r.ecka tha fever, opens the bowels, ' tones the, system. 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Bay V lK4n PILLS, r, kV.a f 1 JTMttV Novel' Grounds for Suit BAINBRIDGE COLBY, former secretary of Hate," and MRS. COLBY, the dissolution of whose marriage it asked in Paris. Colby wy novel Written by hit wife ridiculed his character. RICE coons PROTEST COSTS MERCED, Feb. 24, Declaring that the Merced county rice industry Will be wfped but unless a reduction in the water toll, hereto fore adopted by the board Of directors of the Merced irrigation dis trict, ,1s made, a communication from rice growers addressed to the board urged lower' rates. The growers : recognize that a toll should be levied but feel the rate Is higher than necessary and that tney cu get other good land for a more reasonable toll The loss to the rice grower would, be small compared to the loss to the community should It result in the with, drawal of over a half million dollars annual expenditure for the Industry, the letter stated. The average cost of 110 an ' acre for the water toll la In addition' to the regular tax. . - Funeral Rites Held For Father Beccaria WATSONVILLE, Feb. 2 4.Lat rites for the Rev. Father Pascal Beccaria, superintendent of St. Francis school for boyt, were held yesterday at St. Patrick's Cathollo church, the pontifloal high requiem mats being celebrated by Bishop John B. McGlnley of the Fresno- Monterey diocese, assisted by Mon-stgneur John Crowley and the Very Rev. J. lh Daumas, pastor of St. Patrick's church. Following the church rites the body was borne to the sohool two miles east of the olty with an escort of Knights of Columbus. The school band of 40 pieces met the cortege at the Salsl- Fuedes bridge and played Chopin's uneral march. The, commitment aervlce was held in the school chapel and the body placed In a receiving vault in the Valley ceme tery. . 1 Music Is Featured At Rotary Lunch MONTEREY, Feb. 24. Music, both vocal and instrumental, and short talks on topics of general in terest were the order of the day at this week's Rotary club luncheon. Dr. Harry L. Brownell, chairman of the community service committee, presided. Charles Graham, vice-president- of the San Francisco baseball club and a member of the Rotary club In that city, related some of his experience in the realm of professional baseball; Allen Griffin, president of the local club, talked on chamber of commerce work, and Sheldon Gilmer spoke on boy scout activities. Urover Hurt and Fred Dietrich of Salinas and Andrew J. Byrnes gave musical numbers. Legion to Initiate Candidates By Radio MODESTO, "Feb. 24. More .than M) candidates will be Initiated in tho various poutB of the. American I Legion throughout the county ut the nation-wide initiation ceremonies tiy radio from Indianapolis next W ednesday evening, February 29. The ceremonies in this city will In; hold m tho Modesto Winter Garden beginning at 8 o'clock with Fred Adams, commander of Mo'-desto I'ust No. 7 4. presiding. HollisterLHotelmen, In Crash, Recover HOLLISTKH. Feb. 24. (P Charles and (Spurge Uartnian, hotel men here, were recovering today from Injuries sutfered Tuesday when, their automobile upset a mile south of. Gllroy. They hud gone to meet a publicity nuitv en route to the-Plnnacles NiitUiTiitl Monu ment in San .Benito county. Both were badly cut und bruised, and suffered frpm shock. K. of C. Leader on Watsonville Visit WATSONVILLE, Feb. 24. -(Pi-Robert A. McKenzie, of Sun Francisco, state deputy of the Knights of 'Columbus, visited Watsonville counciiher last" nighr."Haroia O'Brien of Holllster, district.deputy, 'Si X '"' fT : k ' ' , . i i X , j J I 1 -'L FUNERAL HELD F0HSHS1 . SAN JOSE, Feb. 24. Funeral services for. Mrs. Angela Turturlcl, who died hore lssit Monday, were held, yesterday In San Jose, requiem high mass being , celebrated at Precious Blood'ohurch, Interment was at Calvary cemetery. Mrs. Turturlcl made her home hera with her sole surviving daughter, Mrs. Josephine Turturlcl. She was a native of Italy, aged 71 years. She was a member of the Ajta Society of Precious Blood church, San Jose, - . ; Valle jo Scouts Get . Swimming Tests VALLEJO. Feb. 24. J. L. Sullivan is gtving Boy Scouts tests in swimming. The tests are held at the K. C. tank. The boys are all looking forward to a summer trip to Camn Inverness In Marin county this year, and Sullivan will go along as swimming instructor, INSTALL SAFETY SIGNAL MOUNTAIN VIEW, Feb. 24. Installation of a new double wigwag signal at the dangerous Bailey avenue crossing has Just been 00m- oleted by the Southern Pacific company on request of the Mountain View chamber of commerce. SICK WOMAN SOON RECOVERS By Taking Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound "A neighbor advised mo to try Lydla B. Pinkham s Vegetable Com.' pound, which she said helped her so much. So 1 oottght a few bob ties and tried it out. It sure helped me won dorfnlly. 1 felt much better. My work is no longer a dreadlto me. If I hear of any one who la troubled the way I was, I will gladly recommend the Vegetable Compound to them and I will answer any letters 10 regard to thesame. Mrs. Bertha Meachan, 1134 N. Perm. Ave., Lansing, Mich. "I had been slgkly every since I was fifteen years old. . After taking Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound I got so I could do all my housework and 1 am in good health." Mrs. Marie K.JWTillams, Kelchlltari, Alaska. From Michigan to Alaska, from Maine to Oregon and from Connecticut to California letters are continually being written by grateful women recommending Lydia B. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. The Compound Is made from roots and herbs and has been in use for over flftv years Want a pet? See the many real buys Offered under-"Dogs,' Birds, Pets, etc." (Class 70) .in today's TROPIC PLAfJT COURT ALLOWS IS UNDER STUDYIREDVODD CLAIM CONCORD. Feb. 24. Students In the science department here under Miss Ethel Crum, In making a study' of the Monsters ; Delicta, have achieved the task previously thought impossible of growing he rare plant in this latitude outside of a hothouse.. Two fins large plants of this kind art growing here, both being In the open halls of Mt Diablo high school, (n the science building. .Experts who have seen ' the plants, which have now attained a height of several feet, pronounce hem fine, healthy specimens, and tvhas been suggested that it may oe 'possible to acclimate the plant to this district, which has a mild. non-frost winter. It has been tug getted to the solenoe department that it may be possible to take the thoots of these plants, after they become thoroughly settled here, and plant them elsewhere. If they live. It is possible, experts think that , in time they might produce the dellcoous fruit which makes the plant so valuable in tropical ell mates. -" .:- -v . Loot F rom 32 Homes ' Returned to Victims ' REDWOOD CITY, Feb. 24. Loot from 82 homes in San Mateo, Santa Clara, Ban Benito, and Monterey counties was identified and recovered by victims of burglaries alleged to have been committed by Salvador Sllverstruccl, 22, and Joe Aquino, 28, at the county Jail here yesterday. The stolen goods were found in apartments at San Fran Cisco and Watsonville after the arrest of the two men several weeks ago while they, were In the act of robbing the C. A. Jouvs home at Atlierton. ' . Cloverdale Citrus Fair Profit $3000 CLOVERDALE, Feb. . 24.--Ap-proxlmately1 $8000 was the net profit from the thirtieth annual citrus fair. ' Grott earnings amolint-eT to about $5600. The profits will be used toward payment of a $7500 mortgage on the Citrus Fair pa-vlllon,- being purohased , by the chamber of commerce, who annually sponsor the fairs. With the raising of the mortgage the building will be deeded to the, city for a municipal auditorium. ;. First Auto Dealer v.:--. ur moaesto uies MODESTO,- Feb, 24. .George Henrq Charles Rossell, 60, who established the , first automobile agency in Modesto 25 years ago, died at his homshere yesterday after a short illness. He was a native of Germany and is survived by his widow, Mrs. Jennie Rossell, a son, Henry Rossell of Vallejo, and two daughters. Miss Alma Ros sell and Mrs. Avis Fargo, both of Modesto. .,, i , - Walnut Creek Man Suicide, Is Verdict WALNUT CREEK, Feb. 24. At an Inquest held here last hlght a coroner's Jury found "that i Perry E. McDonald, $8, had died from a gunshot wound, self-inflicted at his home here Sunday night. Testimony and circumstances showed that McDonald had quarreled with his wife. Three children also survive. Narcotic Research Body Incorporates SACRAMENTO, Feb. 24. Incor-poration papers are sought by the Narcotic Research Association of the Pacific coast states. . Headquarters will be In Los Angeles, and efforts will be made to make an Intensive survey. TIRXS aTnh;..t Tf I ' H00d tirC- credit tire , 1 l SJM Without company in I rS" f ' ji i Amerioal I I delay! FREE TUBE Thousands buy their tiret on our simple, economical plan. Why lay eut a let of cash when you can ride on the best tire made oa our plan? Don't be misled by inferior, unknown tires. Buy a famous Hood and, have the best . . . absolutely no extra charges . . . Jou cfo not hav to own your sHMSju'UO Open Erealafs Tm 23d&Webster 3414 Fnaitrale Ae ssoo510 Berkeley Store 1925 PnlTeraity Ave. STORFl IN OAKtAKD BERKELEY I iACBAMENTO.-M I Vtua U1 irRANCtsrn i.na imuki.vi rmnri, REDWOOD CITT, Feb. 24. The claim of the city against the estate of the late city treasurer. Frank K. Towne, which amounts to $50,-016.70, bat been allowed, by the superior court. " - . . ln.n,liln, n SMv A tfOTTlV Al- Vl'V'UI'ia W v.. bert Mansfeld. the administrator of the estate approved the ftiaim, upon presentation of proof! by the city. k maatm et ths Tnviii estate, based on the report of the Inheritance tax , . . . i 11, AAA appraiser, area nine over ,n,,r which, whenthe assets of the estate are converted into cash, should pay bout $60 cents on the dollar, bring ing to t .S city approximately ,-000 onifs claim.' ' The total claim of the city was $80,086.70, .of which amount Towne'a bondsmen paid $20,000. Mothers', Daughters Motif for Banquet ANTIdCH, Feb. 24. Mrs. Lewis Stark will direct a mother-daughter banquet to be held this evening in the First Congregational church. A musical program directed by Mrs. L. W. Mehaffy, readings, stunts and a banquet .cooked by the young men of.-the . congregation have been planned The day's principal speaker Is Mrs. Robert t.' dmwh a nalrland ' Mref. Mar garet Davie Berg, and Mrs. H. H. Story will aid Mrs. Stark during the formality of presenting the two groups. ... - Club President Will Tell of Holland Tour -"trMTTTTJ VTT T.Tfl Wh ,S4. Mrs. Luther Williamson, president of the Alameda County Federation of Women's clubs, will -be the guest of the Country club of Washington township at its meeting - Tuesday, March 9, ana will leu oi ner rewin tnii. ,f TTnllan - A. number of Dro- posals for membership In the . club will be considered during the meeting. Preliminary details for the annual card party In May for new members will be discussed, accord ing to Mrs. . xsenaei. Threats to Kill ? Basis for Divorce , STOCKTON, Feb. 24. "Tomor row morning my name will appear in the headlines of all the newspapers," J. Giannottl told his wife in his threat to kill her, she alleged In a divorce action tiled yesterday. At another time, she alleges, he drew hit knife and said he would "operate" on her.' He declared he would not be happy until he had killed her and their . child, she claims he told her during a row. Intemperance is also charged. Alhambra Creek Is Made Navigable MARTINEZ, Feb, 24. Alhambra creek, once navigable for ' many miles where it previously formed the extensive water front of Pa. Checo, Is being reopened to form wharfage for a manufacturing concern. The creek has -been deep ened three feet and will be further cut in about sixty days so that It will again be navigable for light draft crafts for a short distance. Suspect in Criminal ; Libel Case Returned STOCKTON. Feb. 24.--John Grosso, charged by Mrs. Maddalena Clsmonde of Holt, with ' criminal libel, was returned here today by a deputy sheriff to face trial. He was arrested at Grass Valley, Nevada county, where he was working in the mines. The woman accuses him of having written a letter to her husband, charging her with intimacy with another man. SCOUT FUND BOOSTED, REDWOOD CITT. Feb. 24. The fund being raised for Boy Scout work here had reached the total of $609.60 today. The goal, set by the committee in charge is'$1000. Donations are being received by the chamber of commerce. . - - BATTERIES Guaranteed aa leaf as yon own roar car. Balance $1 per week. 7 Satarday Illi 9740E.14thSt. 4414E.14thSt. $1 down ISI issj sssSS. Topsys Roost .Will , Celebrate Opening' of Eastbay Branch " The owners of the famous Topsy's Roost next to Chutes at the Beach In San Francisco will : celebrate their - first 'anniversary with the opening' of Roost No. 2 at 1201 San Pablo Ave., Richmond next Saturday evening, February "25th. Due- to -the rapid growth of their San Francisco establishment where they have been successfully serving an average of over 6Q0 people dally, and seven to nine hundred Saturdays and holidays, the owners, E. C. Van Hooser and G. C. Cohn, have been forced to open this new . cafe by demand from their many East Bay patrons. They believe that success of their San Francisco Roost, where .they fiave been serving one hundred and twenty-five dozen chickens per week, is due entirely to the catering to family trade. Their new East Bay Roost will be managed by ft P. Speicher, recently Serve H- EVERY aa a ' morning Aa order ay' telephone will bring . prompt delivery. Telephone Onklnnd 101T. aail" 1500.000 ( rsetvad -PACIFIC Topsy's Roost Serve$ ; ROYAL BREAD Baked by LangendSrf Baking Co. 2029 Charming, Way, . I -' Berkeley ;i Phont Berk. 1834 CaSOOCOOtVOOOCOOOOOOOOOOtf Tl NATIONAL CREST Gffee "Something To Crow ; k ; TOPSY'S Look for Serving Vz SPRING CHICKEN ON TOAST . . ... . . ,50c CHICKEN TAGLIARINI . . . .......... 50c TENDERLOIN STEAKS . . V . ........... . .50c Corn Pones and Honey .15c Sliced Tomatoes . .... .25c Hot Biscuits and Honey 15c Combination Salad . . . .25c Waffle Potatoes . ". ... 15c Home Made Apple Pie 10c Ice Cream 15c Bottle Milk . .10c Percolate'd Coffee 10c Orange Pekoe Tea . . . .15c Bohemian Beer . . . .25c Acme Beer ......... . 15c uThe Very Best and Latest Jazz Music" 1201 of Chicago, where, he successfully managed' several Chicago cafes. Employing only the beat colored cooks, the chef from New Orleans, they feel that ' they will satisfy their four thousand Eastbay patrons who have been formerly vis All Construction i Work Topsrs ROOST ' ' . - Done by " " R r nrryrc contractor . L. KLLVLj, & builder 1465 FRUITV ALE AVE. OAKLAND " - FIREPLACE Bl'ILT BT TROTTIER & SON LINEN and TOWEL SERVICE TOPSY'S ROOST Exclusively Supplied by Union Pacific Laundry 830 28th Street, Oakland (THE HOUSE OF CLEAN CLOTHES) Congratulations - on the ' Opening of TOPSY'S ROOST 12Q1 San Pablo Ave. - RICHMOND From the California Poultry Co. 315 Washington Street SAN FRANCISCO All Poultry atTopty'i Roost Supplied by US ounctng the Opening of (NO: 2) February Laarge Neon Electric Rooster n SAN PABLO RICHMOND - w "3 MILES NORTH OF BERKELEY No. Cover Charge iting their San ' liahmanK r T" II n They are also - build! nreaent site 'a room oilattnni for rjartiea 4ndtn- uuets, making tbelr Roost Wo. f one of the largest of its kind? y i"l 25th ,b fon IhW Newest and Larcext vi fa. sMfibt; 1 luur Of IIS r Kind AVE. r owm, aenma Uar Waw I fpMiSTnwriu aJso was present. Claedmed, - i r

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