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NEWS OF THE COUNTIES ABOUT THE BAY
WOMEN STUDENTS GAYLY
ENTERTAIN NEW CLASS
HOLD "JINKS "' lili-c RBiMPW&N
FORMA LAST EVET^IIvG. \u25a0 j. . .-. . . . \u25a0 • . 1 - ' • *• . . ?5t »\u25a0 -,: .* •\u0084 .. %-.*\u25a0. \u25a0\u25a0
ENDS HER LIFE
IN A MANSION
Special Dirratch to The Call.
LYNTC, Mass., Sept. 15.— With her pet
poodle dog dead on her breast- and sur
rounded by two dead parrots and a dead
canary bird, Mrs. \u25a0 Jennie " P. Chase, the
of the late Eben Phillips, a
man of many millions, was" found uncon
scious in the pas-filled kitchen- of her
at Swampscott last Sunday
"Without regaining her senses she died
Wednesday night. Not until to-day were
the circumstances of her death made pub
lic . and the police announce that the
_woman committed suicide. Near the
-woman was found a note signed with her
name and sayiqg in part:
"I committed this ; act of my own free
will; nobody, is . to. blame." v
Besides -a husband.. Mrs. Chase leaves
two brothers; i< Leonard and . Charles,
and a sister, \ Mrs. : Gage " Philllps-Mox
ey, who some years ago -became involved
in matrimonial difficulties, with a physical
culture teacher in San Francisco, t,o
*'hojn she.gave her. fortune. The fam
ily intervened and compelled* the 'physical
fcultureman, by legal proceedings, to re^
.^ease'a large .portion of the riches he had
Obtained. .
4 Mrs. Chase was 48 years old. Her
father made millions In oil and died leav-
Jng . $1,000,000 or more apiece to his sons
-jand . daughters. \u25a0 .< HHBHMSBj
BOAT CLUB HEABS
;.";. STORY OF THE ..GIRL
' ALAMEDA, Sept. 15.— Fifty-five out of
eighty-eight members of the Alameda
! Boating Club _ attended the meeting tb
- night which had been . called to investi
gate the charges made by Florence Cook,
a 14-year-old girl/ that ! flve> members of
: the club had kept her locked in ; the boat
house all night- The girl, was; present, to
gether with Chief of Police Conrad and
Mr. and Mrs.' J. H-Tingman, with whom
Ehe lives. RHtfHBHBBSBHSnM
\u25a0 The members questioned the. girl , very
carefully," and she; gave flye;names v whlch
Ehe ; said ; were the > giillty^ ones; Vbut ; as
these i names do riot appear-, on; the club
rollß.both 1 Mr. and Mrs:. iTlmfmari arid the
girt-Ewore that \u25a0 they must nave :been fic
tltlous.ijnes.
Mrs., Tingman . directly '.charged Tone
member of the club with being one of the
number who * had fcommitted :. the i crime,
t>ut as tbat member v.as < not present and
his statement could not be heard, the club
decided. to take his case up at a meeting
to be helfl . Sunday, morning^' when f an > ef-
Jort will ; be ; made to 1 have him • present
and answer the accusation.'
The 'upshot of the'meetlng" to-night _. was
the appointment of a'speclal "committee
from among 'the members of : thelclub^to
work with Chief of Police' Conrad ; and see
if -the r five guilty, ones '. could not • be"; lo-*
cated, the committee and the Chief r to re
port "at _the meeting , to be ; held '; Sunday
njorninci_ This committee lsVcomposed "of
AlKlhn; president, of, the "dub; IW.H:<LC
Hynes, » Frank *"- P.- ? Brownlng.vi William
Hammond .Jr.* and Justice ' of * the* Peace
Fred 8/ Cone. ,!-'.' '"' .-ii~' Vr"*'."'
BERKELEY, ' Sept. 15.— Safe' from all
, save "co-ed" eyes, , the \u25a0 women students
of the university held joyous carnival
in Hearst nail this \u25a0 afternoon, . clever
members of the £"co-ed" ,: contingent pro
ducing a farce in which college men were
impersonated, while others . gave mono
• lognes, 1 sang songs and "provided bits of
mirth-provoking fun. •
The occasion 'of the affair was ' the an
nual reception by' the Associated 1 Women
students of the university ": to the ' women
of the freshman , class. Hitherto theas
soctated women'students"; have' given sev
eral of these receptions during the, year,
but It was : decided -this term |to concen
trate all effort.'. upon -one .large irecep-^
tion, at which Vjlnks"? features would.be
prominent/on the • programme.,* This > re
ception was participated in this - after
noon by practically all of the women stu
dents. -•, m*:.~i?sm *:.~i?$ wBBBBBBESM 1
An original farce 'entitled *"Ay College
Man's Romance" was'" produced; Miss.
Marion Morrow having * the : star " part'of
the College . Man, whose '.'romance" was \u25a0
unmercifully ridiculed by.- the ."co-ed" ac
tors.; A dczen different girls imperson
ated, the ,. college \u25a0; man's : various^ sweet- 1
hearts, theee sweethearts covering the per
iod; from : his _ early school days to the
time" when ! he : associates'' wifh '.senior
women -at the university. f£r*Mls*^a
... A; monologue was contributed ;. by ; Miss
Florence Parker; : Miss ' Isabel Mcßeynolds '
sang, as did also" Miss Sophie Treadwellh
The * committees ; which arranged the va
rious ; features" of tue:' affair .were ap
pointed by Miss Phoebe Blnney,. presi
dent of the Associated "Women , students;^
Mf sa \u25a0 Sue -A.' Ross ; was general ; chairman
of "all committees. Assisting her s, were
Mies Frieda Watters,". Miss ; Roberta Boyd
and Mlsa Bertine . Woolenberg. . , . - - ' ; '
. The sub-committees -\u25a0. were _ made ; up : as
follows:-' Decpratirig . cbmmltteeT-Missea
I Maud Cope, Edith Rickley, Kate O'Neil,
Lutlta AVeir,". Ida Cowley,; Mabel Hil
bard; •\u25a0\u25a0/*.:' committee^- Misses"
Frieday J.'r Watters; : Ethel - Angliri, Sarah
Matthews, !"\u25a0 Ruth '-Wllkins, ..Alice ; Berry;
programme ":.,'. committees-Misses v": Sophia
I ,Treadw«ll, . ' Florence • \u25a0 Parker,'; '.'\u25a0 Cornelia
, Strattbh, Bertinb .Woolenberg; invitation
committee— Misses -Vera'-. Thomas,, Gussie
Shier, 1 Dora . Burdoy t; v u j r nn • Anderson; • re- i
ception committee— Misses Gladys Meyers; i
Maud Hunter/ Leona Lane, : Bess \ Hudson; !
Edith >, Ostrander.v' Ruth ~-\.* Green, ; Grace \u25a0
Bradshaw; Hazel Hobson, Bertha Bootes, ]
Ada Jordan; ' '- r '~:"~< '\u25a0:.-. ,- \ ', \. : .. '\u25a0\u25a0'-'-',' ;: - : '•" :
NEW- RULE CAUSES COMMENT.
OAKLAND; SepL 15.— Adoption of
new rules coverihg absence or tardiness
bf pupils in the hlghschools has caused
a stir. . The only;, excuses .^which- will
be accepted as valid * for . absence : are:
Days j held \u25a0'. sacred ; by ; par en ts;: f or K Hl-I
ness of pupil or a member; of the fam
lly'requlringl pupil's presence at ;home,
f or,| inclement •; weather; ; fbrj, tardiness-?^
forf accident; afteristarting \ for? school/
illness 7 pupil's;^: detention*?at
hom§.: The Board iof *, Education >.re
quires t pupils',' parents HoT go \befbreVthe
principal- in; cases H where g pupils jfara
absent orj tardy,; twice without;valldiex
cuse **and*, in "three ' cases \u25a0; to
the-boardv" .- ' .*"*; •\u25a0;\u25a0.-:.\u25a0-:
•' * Membersi-of-' thef faculty, of. the high
schoolareof opinlohithat the new;rule
will - tend^-to'
fchool, as ' hitherto a^wlderj r^angejof fex-'
Reuses ;; has tbeen'; permltted.^i^. The |brily
leewayjls" t lh;a' right of ithe-principalitb'
excuse ja-i pupil' at ; >his 'discretion «sfrbnr
attendance.*"' \u25a0 v^ -'";-.--. : » ;v f ,
THE SAN : FRANCISCO CALL, SATURD AY; -SEPTEMBER .I6; 1905.
FpRCE-EESiaNS NEW
;
. a Sept.-; 15.^-Obliged to
choose bbt-ween gold coin,, which he could
get, as assistant- military; instructor.V and
the 'honors (bf -a : y?irsity . football; captain,'
Jame3 A: } " jPorce % t6 : day ?' unhesitatingly
gave . upi^mere ; "pecuniary
and; retained- hls^captalncyfof stheifbot
ball. eleven.' "v \u25a0:- : t''"- Z*"'' - \u25a0\u25a0--"-= "-'."" -'''- ' \u25a0
'\u25a0;, Force's .vflttention " was called : to-day/ to
a section*^ of 'the - intercollegiate agree
ment -^-between %. '•\u25a0 the v associated
bodies of j California <and- Stanford;^which
provides \u25a0* that • "no" ; person 1 drawing- a^ sal
ary on a' university f appointment \u25a0; to ' do
other, titan /manual ? labor.: may ,f compete"
in the intercollegiate « athleUc ' affairs.'."^:
< The regents, at their] meeting last iTues
day,\ provided- fqrtwoYassistants'r In'; the
military / of -i tne s university,
whoVare'. : to 'receive * $300" a"' year J for 'their
services,; rendered to : , the" mllltarylc'om
mandant,. Captain ;"Jr,;T. 'Nance. :;i Force
was; appointed; as "one of these 'assistants,
and [John's Geary j received ; the same ' honor.
; '.} The - places" /.were ? looked : upon Vas | both'
honorable Y and '4 profitable; \u25a0;" No/fone y, ap-"
parently ; thought? of ;' the '.Intercollegiate
agreement"; when^ Force ;-; was U appbinted, :
but : as.tiia law"2 seemed "to. he .clear. - Force
propmtly/ decided Ztoj forego j* the £ military,
honors v) affd^ emoluments »sihd % retain •{• his'
place^at ' thoj head (of j the'tyarsity; team. ! , v
>:Gearyl is- also|on!. the; football ;squad,'i a 1a 1
candidate pf of ; quarter-back,^ but : he will
accept; the] military^; appointment rahd' give
up football 'practice.; .; ;--.;.-•;\u25a0 " f S '':; v-.
;.'i It j is . understood^ that.t he." place ; will ; be
kept open j for J Force until .afters the; big
game/ ." v -;_ .\u25a0»;. \u25a0\u25a0.-.?.'. -:. ~ c "v '\u0084\u25a0- ;>\u25a0•,•',\u25a0'.'\u25a0.; '\u25a0"'•. ,
JLATE SHIPPING ; IXTEL.LIGENCE.
'ARRIVKD.
\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0••\u25a0. -Friday,: September ~i 15. •-• .
6tmr Bamoa, ' Madsen,; 50 hours ' from " San '
Pedro. "\u25a0 ; ---\'~~x ••\u25a0;.".'•..;-—\u25a0•.-\u25a0-•-:;•.•:;\u25a0•• .-.
. -v"v. FOREIGN;- POBT.< ; v .
- VICTOItlA— S»lled j Sept;,' l^t-Stmr iaty t ,of
Puebla, . for San; Francisco;' Br stmr \u25a0 Aorangl,'
'lor Sydney; vlaTHonolulu.^-r-'*--=- \u25a0 -- *~ -
1 '\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0'.-:-: i: it- OCE-ANiSTEAMERS. 1 -!-: - *;/-'*SJi
KEWjYORK — Arrived; Sept "l6— Stmr" Cam-
I pania.^ from \u25a0 Liverpool ; ! itmr ; Philadelphia,*? from"'
; Southampton ;^Etmr ; -' Pretoria,"* (rom^Himburr.
!V- Sailed t Sept * 15— rStmr^ Cedric;< for." Liverpool ; '\u25a0
stmr Numiolan.'-for Ola»a;ow.-'«. v^-iC^-' -.^f^l
.'.QUEENSTOWN— Arrived .''Sept r*- 15^-Stmr I
• Lucania .' from • New; Tork. .'- , : . • .;, .. . C .--.- *1 !
MANCHESTER— Arrived ; Sept li^Stmr Cal
edonian. ' from'- Boston." ;\u25a0'."\u25a0 \u25a0 ?O'V- ~.~.'-': tt ~ J '' -. .-.• \u25a0* .5. ,»» \u25a0. I
'\u25a0'\u25a0 LIVERPOOL— ArrtrfI *\u25a0 Septet 18-rStmr -Syl- 1
vanla, . from: Boston; ! Btmr. Republic,' from Bo»-. '
:ton.--- r .'~'\f'';r-\,'~ l S~' :.•;.- '\u25a0\u25a0.- i~s :,-'^. '.\u25a0\u25a0'.\u25a0..-, '..-\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0,\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'-
V Sailed Bept' IS-^Stmr,; Celtic,'; for. NewiYork;^
; stmr ,Teutonlc,> for, N«w>York. fisiSfc7Jj*'issS-«f*«s>
L ; : GLASGOW— Stmr. Carthagenlan, from; Phil
adelphia. •. ;;i", '**"., V ";':•\u25a0:' : -. . .'-, ;\u25a0--•;-, t .- .*
'."ANTWERP- Arrived V.j Sept p 16--Stmr ; Mar
quette.'frora Philadelphia.;- ?.-,>.;' v
• DOVER — Sailed ; Sept \u25a0 15-^Stmr . Hamburar,^ for
New;Tork.'l' ; ~>-. ;-'->:.;\u25a0:\u25a0•, .-\u25a0"..,\u25a0";,\u25a0\u25a0''•.'.\u25a0 \u25a0\u0084"...-;\u25a0 •\u25a0;-,- /
i .. COPENHAGEN— Arrived ; Bept ' 12-^Btmr ~\. Os
! car*ll,"> fromsNswvTork.*:*.:. - '\u25a0'\u25a0 ..; t -; •:,>. - ; .-_.-.
\u25a0 MOVILLE— SaiIed; Sept ,15^Stinr ? Parisian
\u25a0 for NewiYork.;;^. \u25a0\u25a0-.-• -"\u25a0 . „ .-- \u25a0_;-.-- \C \u25a0..>\u25a0 :.- \u25a0.-'\u25a0
'-' GENOA— Arrived"- Sept : 12— Stmr^Enle Al',
bert s New,vYork..w \u25a0'..\u25a0;\u25a0-'>.-,/>' > -.-.:,-\u25a0-\u25a0;.\u25a0• ;
;- PLYMOUTH-^Arrived * Sept -IB— Stinrj Blue
cher,?from"NewiYork for.Cherbourit and'Ham-'
burg . and 'proceeded. •...,'*,.'. t ,-'.\u25a0; .-=\u25a0: .•.<-<. --•; :>
;: ..:r. :j -..^ v ..-„-.-. \u25a0* \u25a0 •";;..;VV;;^ I
r,j MARRIAGE Oakland,,:' Beot
16.^-The I f ollowlns* marria»«j licenses P wer« * iti
sued rby S.the - County;' Clerk $ tomay : f Theodora
i Authenien, :'u 32.1- and t Agatha|Jae«er.'i 32.*i both
of \u25a0 Berkeley ; •-\u25a0 Carl s M.g Johnson,'!' 22,^ and S Elsie -
M '.* S wan«on,l 2o,l both of j Oakland ; ! Henry. Luce 1
- 23,*J Pasadena; ; and; Edna.' M.: Hoover, .21,'fAla
1 meda." _f'".i>' \u25a0:\u25a0<\u25a0" ;^ '•-\u25a0\u25a0•; ±~Si-'p : ' : ~.:7-_'C7- y-:1*y -:1* : y \u25a0.*•.'.-•• "*
1 . •\u25a0;.\u25a0 ?. '.*.; ;,•-, »\u2666 \u25a0 * — — — '- , : J.i- \u25a0:- \i-\ .;\u25a0
!-. PIONEER V; RESIDENT fc"i DEAD.— Berkeley 7
' Sept. S 15.^-Georßer- White .-sWebb.t. one sof the
l>.\uneer f -- residents ii of rt:j Berkeley,^ died a unex
pectedly 4at i;hls n home 2 on 14 Bancroft '-i way it to-^
inlsht-V.Hlit j Bon-in-lawjr Dr.'f W. I L. "'-'. English,"
of I ,Vacavllle,'S£dled | in :\u25a0 the " same'' house .- only'
YOUTHS CROWD
COURT'S DOCK
Wlges AVill ; Be J3usy ; for
Months With Defendants
Wlio •: A re^ot^Yet of Sge
SENTENCES^!] PASSED
Young Convict Is Committed
to; Penitentiary oir^Day
of His Birth Anniversary
;, OAKLAND, Sept: : 15.— There was i a
dockf ul ;\u25a0 : of ,j youthful . T criminals .before
Judee \u25a0':HenryjMelv|ri'_this r mbrriing."Md/the
first 'one j called \u25a0 up was GussieTAV Frpinme,
who » was '\u25a0 sentenced i to; two "years fat \u25a0 Fol
eom for burglary, t' The* day:was!his.twen
tieth! birth! anniversary. . '
'Following closely was James Crowhurst,
18 years'of j age,lleadef;6fithe s '.' IJlm:Crow;'1 Jlm:Crow;'
gang; ? Hejpleaded - guilty \u25a0 to ? robbery?, of
a *\u25a0;-_-:\u25a0: Fruitvale ;' - barber - :-Tiamed-- '\u25a0 Stan
ley \u25a0 atf the \ point of *a ; pistol.. He secured
$28 ' f roiri ithe - victim.' *He is ' to"' be : ! sen-i
. tenced^Monday-' ':\u25a0'- - -\u25a0:".-*•' V "J .£j t j,,.
:; Then "carn^'John"; Schneider,^ but 16 ; years
of 'age.* ' charged \ r with ; . the \u25ba- murder^fof
Thomas ; ~\ W. >, Cook fin :; Fruitvale. \- It I was
his ; day ; to : ; plead,^ buti at '-\u25a0 the « request tof
his attorney- helwas given • another
• "Frank , Smith.'ja^ youth"' from Ldyefmore,
pleaded 'i guilty £ to ' < having stolen ?f a ,
having } been caught : with \u25a0 It , In ; his \u25a0 posses-- .
siqn?> He; wassentenced toja year MSaii
Quehtiri.:' '..\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'.; : - \u25a0• :>', \u25a0'\u25a0. " *\u25a0'. \u25a0-. '\ • :--~:^[:-\-i: --~ :^[:-\-i .
; color^d^; youth,
charged ; .wlth>havirig; made fa"; murderous
assault Yon: A.;/ AVV Baroteau,- pleaded* not
guilty to -the charge and his trial '.was -'set
for ! October. 12.^ '\u0084 v v ' ; V
v" Arthur Crane/; hardly .'more -than a boy,
pleaded j. not -•\u25a0'guilty.', to •\u25a0 a.' charge ;-; of
forgery,' it" being \u25a0alleged \u25a0': that ? he? signed
the name ; of : D: J.VHall :to (a $15 check/. .
' ' There ' were V;: several r more/ ; boys V and
youhg;riien \ accused ! .;of ', minor ]'\u25a0\u25a0 offenses.
The ; criminal \u25a0: calendar^ is^crowded 3 with
cases owing ,tb the' vacancy: caused -by the
death of Judge -;W. E. "; Greene," ; and;: In
nearly 'every * instance -the trials ' set for
the next several months will be of youths
not yet- of. age. '
MIDffIiTKMIS
- AGED PEDDLER r DIES.-^akland, Sept.
15. — James Devlne.; 70 ; years \u25a0 old, a shoestring
peddler i and • old -water t front . character, died
this ' afternoon ? from \u25a0 heart \u25a0 disease <at the \u25a0 Re-. :
ceivin::; Hospital. .'•:,::.:\u25a0-{ 'i '\u25a0':•:.: ,
MW. -r J; BRYAN .TO SPEAK.— Berkeley,
Sept.:: 15.— William • Jennings Bryant Is to- de
liver a lecture under the auspices of the Berke
ley ;t. " M. ' C rA. ? on ; September ; 25, "i his sub
ject . to be /IThe ! Value of an Ideal." .~. ~ : : ;
- EAGLES iTO .VISIT.^-Oakl'and.V Sept. ils.—
San Francisco Aerie ( of. Eagles ; will vi»it= Oak
lad "'Aerie 'on ; Monday, evening : next.: Oakland
will do ; everything iln its power ito j give' the
San Francisco , boys • a Joyous reception. . ;: -
,' NO INCENDIARISM - ATTEMPTED.—Liv
ermore, -\u25a0» Sept.' \u25a0* 15. — M . ; G . '\u25a0\u25a0. Callaghan, J man
ager of . the Callaghan warehouse of this place,*
denies -that any attempt .-was '• made Jto burn
hla warehouse or, that any trmps were arrested
.while ,' making ; suqh r an . attempt. • - . , ;
- FROM JAIL '< TO GRAVE.— Oakland,'* , : Septli
15.— Emma Wingate > McKibblns; » B3 ; years ! old,"
who i was' pardonedibyAGovernoriPardeet'whilo
r she was serving fa sentence in Uhe C6unty- Jail.'
died v this \u25a0 afternoon at \ 920 : Broadway • of ; con-,
sumption. . \u25a0 The ; Coronet '^wIH > hold ran i inquest. .
-*/ EAST] -OAKLAND - ' ? CONCERT.^-Oakiand,
Sept. 15.— The lenterprlslng. merchants ! of " East
Oakland ' have \u25a0 arranged '\u25a0 tori a band >\u25a0 concert ' to
be ' given" to-morrow I evening - at * East 1 - Twelfth
street * and • Thlrteent h s avenue. :> It \u25a0 is f proposed
to make this open air, concert a permanent fea
ture.' . .- \u25a0"•:,..-..: *'--i\: -\ -.-, ' r "\ ...\u25a0-' ~:'r--;j:'':- 'iir'i
: \u25a0<' HASsfe ; GETS ' IWEEK'sVSTAY.-^Oakiand,
Sept 15. >— Otto L. < Haese.'i charged • wlthii pre
senting ; false ? stationery. » claims :- tot the J Board
of ': SupervlsorSt', came ;' up « to } plead >\u25a0' this ) morn
' ing and 'got art extension of a ; week, "hia'attor-"
neys .time : In which to make , an j attack
on the Indictments agalnet him.,*, ; ' '. :.r;"-;;v ' ~
; NEW FRATEnNITY^ IS ,:5 ORGANIZED.—
.Oakland. , SeM.-' 15.— The * organization « of S£ the
- first \u25a0; lodge aof ; , the ; Royal «. H Ighblnders -i to : be .
; formed * on j- the :- Pacific -l Coast ~ wu -J perfected
last i niKht iat Dalziel < Hall. * order « has a
strong • membership ;In C the \u25a0 East. U but ; is \u25a0 little
known-, west Rocky Mountains. \u25a0 . V
v WOULD f ' DIVORCE "^ SPOUSES.^Oakland;
Sept. \u25a0 15. — James . A. Jones began t divorce •\u25a0 pro
ceedings I to-day ( against I May « Jones,' 1 - who a re : '
malned his bride; for ;three days ; and ; then "left
\u25a0him. jjHe asks for. a 'separation -on i the : ground
'of i desertion. -:\u25a0' Annie ' Hamden \ was 1 : granted J an '
interlocutory "decree I of s divorce * to-day u-from
Jamea A:. Hamden for. cruelty.' .-..,
V WILL 1 CLEAR "CHURCH lOf DEBT"— Oak
land, ; Sept. J ls.^ The { indebtedness ! of I the^ First
Methodist '. Episcopal * Church ;of ,\u25a0 this f city * will
be | entirely cleared j off \u25a0 thio , year.'* as | the I mem
bers of ; the congregation ', have * subscribed ; f 600)
for » that i purpose. -; The ? annual .reports t of * the
Rev. > E. ; Ri > Dtlle,? pastor i of . thej church,"? show
tha{. -. his \u25a0 charge vis in > firs t-claas ; condit Ion. "; ; \u25a0 ; '.-\u25a0.
i? STUDENTS ;\u25a0?\u25a0 DANCE VS FOR
FUND.— Alameda: X Sept: % 15.^7As«embly * Hall
was the scene | to-night of a costume : ball \u25a0 given '
by i the students ; of i the ''Alameda j High % School
for • the ; benefit *of the.S treasury;: of the i Boys';,
and ; Girls'j A thletic t Association of a the ? institu
. tion. ;: r A ; ; bazaar - was : also conducted fln f connec
tion »; with ' the 4 dance \u25a0 and -,; a t substantial \u25a0\u25a0 sum
. was .; netted - f or^ the ;. athletic * f und. -\u0084 : -J, . - ; _-,
* THEATRICAL i>MEN^' FlGHT.— Oakland.'
, Sept-?! 15.— Ben J Luet,'! f ormerly., manager,;, of the
I Novelty iTheater, 1 -' swore Ito• a \u25a0\u25a0 complaint i to-day
charging I Deputy; Constable*! George i White. ; for
men doorkeeper .• at j the ' theater, -• with s battery."
Lust said .-White i punched f him tin s the f eye ?on
'Admission '• day \u25a0 at i the :t: t narrow-gauge -, station."
Fourteenth and . Franklin streets. ?: The : men had
trouble ; at » the, theater.;-;:.". \u25a0 ... .<:.';' : - ; ; :- r % ", -
i ALAMEDA ;TO i- ADDRESS
.WOMEN.-yAlameda.'s Sept;S 15.^-Manager » John
H .* : Hartog\ of | the X Alameda \ Advancement fA's-j
eociatlon ( ha accepted lan | invitation 1 to address
the * Oakland^ Women* * Civic : Improvement * As-
Eodation |at I its I meeting .- next } Monday. * \ Man
ager,; Hartoc^ will I speak upon i the t good i work
done' by- the organization he represents In beau
tifying \ Alameda' ' and V of / civic « betterment « in
-seneral.. ;- ' \u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0 *\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0: \u25a0:>.'\u25a0"- '; : \u25a0\u25a0_ •;'."-; \u25a0-' \\u25a0\u25a0 . .5 -jr.
i'^GIRL \u25a0 FRIGHTENS ', BURGLARS.^-Oakland/
Sept.' 'it 15. — Two | burglars fewho &were S climbing
Into l£j windowj of i the s houses of J Henry ( C. s.Van '\u25a0
: Dyck.'S a^ J 2324 • Fulton 8 street,'?; las night, "> were '
\u25a0 frightened t off f'.by * Miss iVan g Dyck,
Trho,'i alone ' In \u25a0, the | house, X watched ?. the \u25a0 men | at
' tempt . to . enter,* and | by," her ( cries j and I screams
disturbed I the I Intruders i so I that i they I ran » away."
The 5 police » notified,!-" but j could \u25a0\u25a0 find j no'
: trace ; of ; the < men^-*^ ; " : M't\-. : :. ' V> .; > \u25a0rl-/'r 1 -/': * ~, '-;^ i
JROBBED 1 BYu A.; STRANGER.-ibakland f^
Bept,' 15.-=^John Sallon, ) a' carpenter.Tcomplalned
,to-diyj to : the 9 police » that a he »». was * knocked?
down ; and : robbed of I $24 last " night while crocs
; ing v Twelfth-street I dam', with I a stranger i whose ;
' acquaintance .he |a had £ made i- in a downtown :
saloon.'*- Sallon % said j his ;- newly .1 found '\u25a0*- friend '
\u25a0\u25a0 had obligingly ; - offered vto i escort i. him 'f. to " his
I residence sat - East t Twelfth street ' and 1 Twelfth
r avenue,*- but robbed him en -route. \u25a0.\u25a0>.'\u25a0 y, \'v -w.;
• OFFICIAL ; GRADE v.- WEBSTER
I STREET.— Alameda,^ Sept. U5.-^-Clty , Engineer
WrsßH Peyser has determined, the official grade'
. *of .Webster street f rom , the .West: End car. houee
J- to % the c estuary.': s and j? a'l resolution >? embodying .
* his k survey I was s Introduced fat] the 4 committee
meeting J of - the | aty i Trustees j to-nlghtrSfTha
' grade ' was \u25a0 determined I for j the 1 purpose Jof ] per-"
'\u25a0 mlttlng iV the j _: Oakland i\ Company* to*
prepare \u25a0 plans . for "' th« '< reconstruction -' of • j it«
.tracks::-' : '^.w V- ;.:-\u25a0-.-;"" "C- •'':[\u25a0:':':<
' Y;M:; I. >PLANS?SOCIAL AND FRATER
NAL^ EVENTS.— Alameda,~s Sept.^ 15.^-Callfor
nlai Council ( N0.1 24 ' of | the «. Yoi^ng I Men's i Insti
tute S has g arranged^ a"s? Joints initiations Una be
held iunderi Its auspices , In . Hall : Sun -1
day,*« October : t l."'«. The s participating 5 council*
'.will kbe San-J ose I Council^ Oakland^ Council! and;
/American \ Council i of : Oakland ; Coun
ctt lof $ Llvermore * and 3 California i Council.- -i. The"
I degree j work v w 111 *be 1 done by ; a team * from - San
'Jose \u25a0• Council. p; On .Tuesday : evening,". October; 3,j
California | Council s.willg. will g g\ ve '( ali theater party
at sTe-Llbertyj playhouse jln^O^ikland.', -- <~'
POLt \u25a0?. ON 4WATER] PI^ANT.
tiSANfLBANDRO, 33 i SeptrJl6;-^ : Thejßoard
'of|Trcidellmssbeguri|aVppllfofjth'ercitl£"
[zensrofSSanlL'eandroJ^toJascertainlhowi
; they e |stand §on || the proposition^ Tof a?
1 municipal SwaterJ plarit^Two ]; questions
are{asked,Tone[aß|to| i wheth"er I jtheXvbter.
iisjln^favor2pfil)onairigltheTclty;for^such
afplantf arid '% the i:other|^wlietheri|the
i;yoter4is|ln|favoribf3jia.v,infrlthelßbard
[of |Tru« tees fa ppropr iate][ $ 1 00 0 |f orj pr« r
liriilriary twork : in 5 locatlnff/a] ««Ppiy/^^
WIFE'S PLEA
SAVES SPOUSE
! for
O^lercy; to; jße : ShownV a Man
v;TOov ;TOo Brutally "Beatf filer
JUDGE iSCOEES^ ACCUSED
Softened; by Her Tears; but
; Excoriates Husband iii\a
\ Stern Lecture Ef bin Bench
Sept. 15.— The piteous /plea
of his .wife," whom he had bea ten' when" he
was drunk, saved George Howard, fa' sewr' !
ing;machine- /agent, tof day ;.fromfgoing*to
jail for Jsix ; "months. - Despite"; the "'; ill-treat
ment -to which;:she* Kad^bVeiT'subJectedr
Mrs.' Howard begged i Police Judge George
Samuels t this morning ito be; lenient. - and
.his Honor heard the ; prayer/ though he
did severely comment on" the "wife-beater'a
: conduct.'.-' Judge \ Samuels : said : •: ".; '. ,. \ . ;
\u25a0j "I have^the- utmost Vcbntempt *for, men
."like ; y'ouV; Howard, ; whoi get drunk ? ;-and
t beat "'thelr^helpless;; defenseless wtves.; My
own"; inclination would •be to send \u25a0 you , to
'the" Cit>v Prison {for ?six f months,' but * the
'strain ] of love and ? forgiveness that flows
through womankind actuated your'abused
wife r - to'^intercede 7 f or ; you.^_ She ' has ;; re
'quested \u25a0> me^to)' dismiss J; the .case 'against
ydui : : For her sake I do so, s but with much
reluctance.'* A .: . • ' : : -" '\u25a0\u25a0:*'\u25a0- :
''. i.Howard, I ' l warhyou never. to come;be
fores me i '-'again - on ; a - similar^ charge.,.- If
you do" I- shall \u25a0 mete out .t he full ; penalty
of .the^ law. : This /should ; be ;a : warning to
'yoii.'v for? you 'have \ been several days _in
prison 'awaiting ? the of! ybur
'case.l'- \u25a0\u25a0' '.''""•V"'"'- \u25a0'\u25a0'•'"\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0""- - ! ' ? ' '\u25a0 • * \u25a0
\u25a0As i Judge ;= Samuels; concluded - Howard
'and his ';\u25a0 young . Wif e >brqke • into 'tears \u25a0 and
[were? bitterly/; weeping asUhey; departed
arm in ; afni. ' . ,- ,' V> - '
?-; According I to' the -„ complaint ,. of Mrs.
Howard, * her : husband beat f her -with : his
'fists \u25a0; last : \u25a0 Monday, V afternoon \u25a0 at , their
rooms; 620 : ; Fourteenth \u25a0-\u25a0-\u25a0 street. , Howard
had" been ' arrested > for drunkenness Sun
\u25a0.dayr • was^released on bail • and •? renewed
his potations.-" ,: '\u25a0;-= - ,
SUFFRAGISTS TO ! MEET.
OAKLAND, -Sept. 15.— Arrangements
are 'now' complete f or;.th«*! : annual * con
vention of : the": Alameda : County . Equal,
Suffrage; Societ j ; which .will -be s. held in
Maple Hall to-morrow./ The first ses
sion of * the Convention* will begin at ;2
o. : ni. \u25a0 Follo'Ving is V: the "' programme
which': has been prepared for the con
vention: : : '' . " :' '
? Greeting - Frances :a:' WUliamspn ;
the \u25a0 State Equal ; Suffrage -Association. ! Mary
S:"'spSrry>pre>ident:"rt •'Parliamentary Prac
tlce7^Mary, Kairbrother; jV^S^^lSwU
ally;Considered and ; Socialism A «f?°J^T™ !
"Children's Playßrounds.V . Mrs.' J. ! M.
: "Wort o^t^he National .Council' of^Women
Mary ", Wood i Swift;, president; ."Object of
•Francisco t Equal w Suffrage : league ( Q Mrs.
Horace CoffltT; ''Why-We .Organize ",}V.,C.
Petrj". ' president ' Council ot r l^boT^Mra^H.-a.
Tavmon-* "The 'William .Morris Club -of , San
\u25a0FrancUco " M. Burnslde. pNsldent; ad
dres" M?'s' M Teat; VObJect'of , the -Woman s
iS'LabWl^agu*:-' ;Mabel presK
HPT»t • • "Work 'Of the 5. Humane * Society, ,. . Mrs.
o"nlund^add?L S V Albert ; H."TEUiot; closing
' address.' , Nellie -Holbrook -;BUnn. . .•.-'_-
NATIVE " SON y/CONCEBT.'
\u25a0 BERKELEY;*? Sept.V 16.— The Berke
ley Parlor of J Native Sons j gave an . en
joyable ? concerts to-night i In'^ the new
quarters of the* parlor on Shattuck ave
nue; the affair !serying as aadedication
of the parlor's home. - Elaborato. deco^
rations^ made! the- place; beautiful. The
audience ; included "i the c; best; known
members of i society In , Berkeley, '.where
the! Order soft Native -Sons; is
strong.^ The "j singers i were IMrs.^ Carolyn
C Rasorl and tthe^ MacDo well /Quartet,
including; Miss Wirglnia 'i Goodsell, ?; Mrs.
Nieta; -Lawrence, .-, Chester. ; Rosekrans
and Peter f J.- OksenTi The quartet Ten
dered, : among other v; selections; ''A
Shakespearean t Song- Cycle," by Kate
Wassalir • Samuel" Savannah, ; violinist;
and "Fred tMaurer,: pianist, f contributed
to the*, programme.' T The men * who ar : '
raneed;tti"e;'concert;were/Clyde?E. ; Ab
bot, : R;T A. - Berry \ and ; Dr. ChaHes A.
Meek.' V ;-.'•_""'. ?';:\u25a0; •' ' \u25a0' . :" ; :' . -"'v . /'
TO ASSIST FATHER^ DEJIPSEV.
." OAKLAND, r,Sept>;is.?— -. Rev. .'John
Doran.'^who ; ; has jheld i: the^; chair. ;. of
*chureh>l history -arid 4 modern
at' St.' Patrick's : Ecclesiastical . Seminary,
at :< Menlo ' Park ; f orXsev'eral iyears/,; has^
been assigned: to, Oakland:as ; the assist^
ant ? . to ; Father'^ Dempsey?at> St.; Mary;s
Church, the" place recently made vacant
by i the transfer of Father ,. a F.' ; X. Mor
risbnitbi Berkeley. "\u25a0".; "";" : ."..'."- ' ' . :
f \u25a0 '\u25a0'. Father^ Doran - is ; a \u25a0 scholarl y ? young
priest;%,who comes 5 to ; Oakland iwitli the
highest- praise -fro'mUhose^w'ith whom
he;has:worked.^He]is?onlyi3s:years of
age7arid;is^alnatlve (of- Calif 6rnlas»i His
\u25a0 fattier,* Joseph^ Doran^J Is ' dead,- 1- but "(his
mother* still! resides 'at! 1604' Fifth'street,
/West? Berkeley" 0 He f.was {educated j at
the" University ? of I Strs Sulpice: in 1 France
and*jhas : ; acquired V a', reputation ;as ; a
linguist. ;;;: .;\u25a0.-•_ : :. *-... i\y. '; ;---. ; \u25a0 :, . ' : '" f\J^,
WANT HIGH , SCHOOL. i BUILDIXG.
.-- OAKLAND, 5 8ept. . 4 15.-^-The 1 Fruitvale
Board [of Trade, has j adopted! resolutions
requestingKthei trustee* Cof Jthe fiFriiit-;
vale jUriion>Hlgh';School|toltake 1 Imme
diatetstepsltp*selectfa";bulldirigisite'and
prepare ~* plans "* f or|a§ riewf high V school'
buildlng.l§The I present of ihe
school|arel located? in^thei upper-story
of H the IMelrose '*/ School^ahd •£ are-Lvery,
muchtovercrowded.V' Residents ]\u25a0 of San
Leandro F have '•', expressed U a*S desire V, to
combine' tliefßchooirdistricts'of^theTtwb'
communities [ahdlif |this| ißldbnel it iwilf
iricr easel the | assessed | of 3 the ,
distrlctltolmore jthan^s7,ooo,ooo,; which'
wlUJmakeJitlveryXeasyltotsupport^the
new': high ": school; \u25a0• as '.well ?as] to i provide
a ; lot'and^newjbuilding.":-;v
TO^ RESTRICT/UNDERTAKERS.
\u25a0 r OAKLiAND/i Sept. \u25a0 14.-^The L CityjCoun-
|.wouldf restrict \ to ?" con?
;duct^thelr;*businessi .wlthin^the;' fire
limltsV.t Such"| is I tlie|purposer o f ; a I rec-,
ommendationimade^by,^thegOrdlnance
r andfJudlciaryXCommlttee]that?an3ordi^
\u25a0 harice|be| passed "j forblddlngA the {estab'j
; llshment S qf,S undertakers'l] parlors J outf.
'slde^theJnrejllmltsJxThls move f; has'jbeen^
iiriade) because*] of (a|lafgejcommot Ibn^lh
: the 5 LakesldeTdl l strict? caused J by|t h e] an
mouncementSthataaßpundertaker/jhas
leased S*;the?i old Shomel'of *1 H. J
iKnlght,l former; Bank.Commissloher^and
Public^Administrator^" at j 1300 ' Webster
--,\u25a0". --^bBBhS^SI
fKXECTED. ;
Sept." : 15;— Company; Ai of
ftn'e'j Fifth I Regiments of '\u25a0•\u0084 the
QuaTdf has * elec ted fan |entlrel yj ri ew|set
orcommißSloriedlofflcersJlThrbughTprb-
I or,|resigriatlbris sUbtel company"
command ]has|. been". In .the'r. hands, of
First ! Lieutenant ?F.^W.KPetersen for
some SUine^l^eutenaritljPetersen-t has
IhowSbeenleleoted^cap^in^ylcejE.^G^
Hiint,^ prbmbted '% Xo% major.'gi arid §UX£~i
;Fraricls4 formerj first! sergearlt,^ becomes
firsts lletuenuant,l and]M.*sHerm'ahn* for^
m'er|[qua"rterm"aste
second f Ueutenarit.'t^3te^BMiaßHßa3BtMßt
GRECIAN GAMES
TO BE REVIVED
Eroii Begins^ Work
f ron; Plans ; for Athletic
7 ;si>or£ as^Atliens Knew It
IS TO HELP
Will Be
l \< Given Timing the^ Year
/ in 'Berkeley Ajmphitheater
\u25a0 BERKELEY."* Sept ,"\u25a0 16.'— Preparations
have i been begun ' by. Prof essor. Walter E.
Magee.%head:of F the \ physical 'culture .de-^
partnient'of the' university/* for the Greek
I games ?and exerclses.i which* he 1 proposes
to i make) an | annual feature : of .^university
-athletics. I *' Announcement of- his intention
was made in > The Call last summer. With
the coming , to! the" university *of Bebhard
Pf undTas Tan : assistant ' to~ Professor > Ma-.
I "gee \u25a0 the ' plans - for _• the - Greek i games are
f now being put Into such shape that a fair
idea*/ of ' the » character of. them ;< may be
had.- •/*->.'' ,;"-\u25a0.•; .-:;\u25a0::'\u25a0\u25a0"*:\u25a0;:.\u25a0\u25a0:
.^Professor Magee ] said , to-day :._ .
We hope to include in the Grecian games tti«
Greek danced in = whldh f Mr. > Pfund -is j exp«rt.
If we 'follow the Greek pattern closely w« anaii
have ; the ; Pentathlon.- or ny« told content, j Th«
Pentathlon* Includes i running. ": Junipin*,: tnrow-
Ing- the ( javelin : and ; discus and . wrestllnc TH«
Greeks I were ' accustomed : to • run -in i sand. . to \u25a0 a
depth of several : inches.' .This brought about
fine s? physical ! \u25a0?; development, vjumpin* : "**>£
valued . because { lV induced", agility. \; They used
both: broad and; high jumplnr.'- ?."**?-\u25a0;.
'\u25a0z-i Casting : or - burling the Javelin , was uetd to
develop H. the S arms;: and v, back. Also. »it in
creased, the /keenness of :th«:. eyesliht. For;
throwing «' the discus the \u25a0\u25a0> Greeks employed a
round.- smooth wheel.- This developed the less
and : arms. '~>SjMn9HHPRVnMMBPI'WO*HBM~ > 5jMn9HHPRVnMMBP l 'W0*HBM
Wre3tllng was considered by th«- Greeks to
be -i the : best --' all-around - exercise : for * general
development. *, We shall attempt to revive thes«
sports . and to provide an * exhibition ' of , th«m
In the Greek- Theater, during this college year.
There " will > also Ibe * fencing , bputs with saber,
foil ! and ' single i stick, j and : bayonet i drill, as
well. -J. W. Rhodes* an assistant in the.de
partment.'.will direct the wrestling bouts.
:r: r Under the direction of . Mr." Pfund the Greek
dances will \u25a0be . revived. •,"\u25a0\u25a0 He \»* an : expert .in
that line * as " also fin the , t olU> brdjplsword and
single 1 stick drills," having % served^ as I master
at-arms In Basle. Switzerland.' and also* In the
Swiss army, as adjutant captain.:-- " \u25a0-
SMALL SHOW
FOR MORROW
Special Dispatch " to \u25a0_:_ The Call.
; PACIFIC GROVE, Sept 15.— -The flfty
thlrd Methodist Conference of [Califor
nia began the ithird day's* session at 9
o'clock this morning,' when i Bishop 'Jo
seph BV; Berry called, the conference to
order 'for! the business of ; the -executive
sessionl ... -' • '^ -."-\u25a0--^sJ.^S
•;Rev. ; J.fW. Phelps'of - Jackson,- Ama
dor; County,; the' minister, who. preferred
charges -in' thej last t coherence
Minister * Morrow; given!, the privi
lege "of i the' floor v ' concerning s~ certain
statements < made * In > a 4 San . \u25a0 Francisco
evening ,i paper.^ \f Ex-Minister -7 Morrow
seems \ to ; : have ; ' very t -3 few.: friends^ and
supporters ;> In : Mhe;i. present"; conference."
Hist fight /was i made '\u25a0) and > lost \ : . in "\u25a0; the
,fif ty-rsecond^' conference 'and Y "there k is
little chance that : he^will *be - reinstated."
v^-.Thel general | public wast admitted
hear, the address of Bishop Berry, to the
incomlng:class.- '.The class consisted s of
'VV. ( - D.' ': L- "-Klngsbury, - A. • J. . Kennedy,
'Amea ' Jung/; Em est ' Grigg. ' W. \u25a0: P. . Ran
kln?and}Tokuji:Komuro.. . , ,
" \At statement^was \ made by. ? a repre
sentative ? of '- Xtiz 'Methodist Book 'Con
cern 'and, in ; lt rwas- shown? that 3,000,000
pounds [of \ paper j are annually, used ': for
books ', and"; pamphlets."-.- In \u0084 the -\ future
the concern expects to maintain in San
Francisco [as - large s a" , of .- books
and \ literature •as> it • has ,- in i New .-York
and t Chicago.'.^. A- bu tiding , is > soon \u25a0_ to be
erected "upon ;,the , San Francisco > prop
erty.+The « concern I expects ;|to_. handle
over J120.000 > ln:proats,'whlch suiri goes
to the superanuated fund. WpflSSßttß
Berry.- made the Important'an
nouncement« to^daylthat - r there^ is - to » be
no I secrecy^thisiyear f ' regarding jthe. ap
pointments for 4 'the;ehsuing;year. 'jHere
tofore; the appointments, have. been; kept
\u25a0 secret! until ithej last; day >' of j^the confer
\u25a0en"cc. < ;-;,"^T2xls"v year i every "jinanj will * be
giyeni notice of -his^destlnationVas soon
as;lt.iB;decided=upo*h. " -
Following vlsi a . list v of ; probationers;
or,; ministers ?,who ihave* been" preparing |
f or j admission 'l to' the' conf erencel for! the j
past two 1 years: * Frederick v.W.vAxe, Ben- !
Jaininf J.i SoHneider.l Frank! R.*lGlllett.:Ri
J. : Coyne, "Yoo: PI ng f "Kee,.N.:M.iParsons,
N. >.W. Frary.S Sugenoshlnilf CaG.* Lucas,"
Abram^rJaggus.'jlieohlliOofbofbw.^ To
moyakl.llchikashi^andiHairoXSaijo.f.
VrGustaf -.^"Werner, \u0084-V.; R .- .Bennett: ; and
B. i B. \u25a0$. Conner * were * on I trial.
but T advahced^to^the;studleB'of4the I»ec-;1 »ec-;
ond ' year ; I ShinzbJlmal," P/ H.\"vVillisrahd
G. \u25a0; J. "Wentzell'.were continued on; trial
In the' studies of "the^secdhd year; "-' Amen
Jung,-; W. ';T>:--I2'f Klngsbury \u25a0; and A. J.
Kennedy , were j advanced to studies of
the' third year. *;\ -- ' ;
..that . If ,* any^under*-;'
graduate for -.two i years
to^report : for] his 'dutlesjor^lf he) neglect
tofreport^toHheTconference^ he jbe dis
continued] by* the conference;
'£? Bishop * Berryi annouriced ', the ! transferf er
of- B. f >H.'l Fleming A to W. D.
li;Kingsbury ;a"nd S "A. - J.^Kennedy ) were
elected Uo:the;de"acons'Jorder.J^ > < £-
J-sTheTannual ' bahquet^of ' the Veterans'-
ClUb76f \u25a0', theXCallf ornla', conference <\u25a0 took
place (In the^ parlors } of Uhe :•\u25a0 Methodist
church.thla evening. C6vers; were 'laid
forj 2oo o guests.^ JManyiweiie 1 -^turned
awayjohjaccountfof ;accommo-'
datlons.; j! The Jprlnclpal ; speakers * of ' the"
evening n and }:, their i topics^^were: i;W." C.
Sawyer,'3Blshopl > Walden;' > "Our : Flag,"':
I Blshopl ßerry ;V 'Social ;ljf e InlCamp," . G. '
I ty ;^'Hard E.^ H. I K ing; '
,"Boys f'of the%y e terans," y E. , 1 McCl lsh ; j
\u25a0 /'Soldiers *: of^6l|and ;;6s,V ; E. : ' D.'v : Me-
Creary : * "Women"? of j and -."65," >E. R
Dille "\u25a0 hV* Bat tl e s March > to i the - Sea. 1 ' 1
A^T.^Nfeedhanv"r^.,~ ; \u25a0"•" . : .:; ••.-»\u25a0... ,;J
i'flpr/jThomaalFllben; has "conflrme'd the
rumorUhat •tietwllllbecome : the \u25a0 super-"
:intendent?^ofsChlnese'"mlsslons,: intendent?^of5ChInese'"mlssIons, : -twith
headquartersjlnlSah)Frahcisco:t;'Drl*H.'
B.*|Heacock|will J succeed j Dry' FiibenVaa'
superintendentfof^ the 'Pacific Grove Re-"
treat \u25a0 Association.^ -*. ',- - * \u25a0'\u25a0
: jreport [published JbyTa San* Fran- 1 ,
; t clsc6>paper|saylrigjth"atfttheiplace of,
'meeting iOfiithe^California
iWOuld^belchanged|fromJPac}flc?GrbVe
isl without ; foundation' in -fact..'
fl Omcere^f brj^the f^ehauinar li year " were '
chosen as : follows :'.C Presidentli Dr. - E.-' E.'
jl Kelly, 1 ! San) Francisco ;|flrBt^vlce"; president, '\
I 1 Mrs.* J.l Ci*^Vihston fsecqnd 'vice president, 1
iJ.|C/|HUl,\OaWand;rfecordlngjS^retary,'
' John % D.'JCrumrn ihey/iv Lbs J Gat os v cor-"
; responding isecretary.^W. \u25a0'% C; 5 Leanf San
Jose;* treasurer." F.~' L-VTurpin," San -Fran-'
& Italy's! new^postagelst^ps][w^erefde?
signedtby^thegpalnter^MichettL^Al^
ithpsejof j a 1 higher^denominatloh^ have^ a
B' ort .«iiil2^SSl o r- Emmanuel:; •
BIG CLASSES
AT ATANFORD
Final Registration Figures
Show an increase of Two
Hundred Over Last Year
HAXY "CO-EDS" ENROLL
dumber of Women Students
Is Close to the Specified
Limit Set by Authorities
STANFORD ' UNIVERSITY, 6ept. ; : li—
The office of the registrar has announced
the final figures . on the , registration for
this The"; number registering
this. year np to, the present date Is 210 In
excess of the totarenrollment at this' time
last year. "•\u25a0'.. . >
"The; total number of students, graduate
and undergraduate. 'UftiGL. Of this num
ber 575 are freshmen. The freshman class
alone Is larger, by 100 than In 1904.
This > large number of ; students Includes
a great many co-eds. >In fact, the number
of i women- to enroll In the university has
come within a few , of reaching the limit
of 500 which has - been . fixed by the au
thorities.
STAISTOED STUDENT
- SECEETLY 3IAKEIED
Frank; Herrmann Weds Miss
Elita Cooper, a Belle bl i
; \Watspnyille. . " : .., :-.\
Special Dlssatcii .to . TS» Call.
, WATSONVILLE. Sept. 13.— Public '.a'n
nounceraent was made to-day of the se
cret ; marriage' on' January 3 of this year
of a'dashing' young: society girl of this
city, Elita Billings Cooper, and Frank A.
Herrmann, a Stanford student In tbe en
gineering 'and a 1a 1 son of y A. ; T.
Herrmann, a wealthy San Jose ciyir en
,glneer. '' The ' marriage : Is 'said 'to * hayo
taken place at Trinity ; Church, Eureka.'
':- Young Herrmann ' has recently returned
from a \u25a0 trip' 1 abroad '\u25a0 with his father * and
Is now completing'his course at Stanford.
Parental " opposition * has 'j_ been - overcome
and the Herrmann family 13 prepared to
receive young Mrs.": Herrmann ! Into : thelr-
The bride is a beautiful girl. 19 years ot
age and * has ' been ;; prominent in local
musical circles. She has appeared in lead-
Ing • roles In several amateur . plays and
has had •professional offers to go on the
*tage.JggflgßgS - .'\u25a0; --— - . ' '. '\u25a0\u25a0 - .
\u25a0 .The '\u25a0 reasons for keeping the marriage
secret,* according .to Mrs. ; Cooper, • mother
of the bride," were fear of opposition from
the Herrmann family * and the '\u25a0 fact i that
the i young husband - was " not through ' hi 3
course at Stanford. He will : leave •' the
university shortly and enter his father's .
"office.
SUCCESSFUL ELIGHT.
MADE3Y* AIRSHIP
Vof Poftland^ -Soars
OveKthaHoiisetops' in
theNortK. .v ;v :
\u0084 PORTLAND," Sept." 5 15.^-Perf ormlnar . , so
f ar y as \ known ", the , unprecedented • f ea tT ot
followlng^a* course several miles in length.'
mapped ; but " three days In - advance," Cap
tain "r Baldwin's jalrshlp "City of
land," ' floated ibyHhe e gas bag . of George
Tomlinsbh'a ; "Gelatine.^ to-day traversed
a prescribed route \* from .the Xewis r and
Clark?: Fair to -aya v point over -the; business
section of » Portland and " returned to the
Falr^ grounds. 5 . ,t-7-' • "' . , \u25a0-.. 1 . ." • '..-'
The flight was attended by almost a
complete ; suspension of business pursuits,
employers f and employes' standing should
der : to : shoulder .i bareheaded in " the middlo '
of i the streets or. : on ; the tops of . buildings
staring 'skyward' and mingling hurrahs
with, thousands of "others who
the " performance. ;.
• The City of Portland, which was navi
gated by ': Lincoln Beachey, traveled about
seven miles, was in the air i thlrty-sev'sn
minutes.' eight minutes of which was con
sumed-tin .; evolutionsT demonstrating ;;iha
craft's dirlgiblllty." The" wind .waachQp T
py • arid .varied \u25a0 from \u25a0 three to six miles.
WESTERN^PACEPIC r
ATWOKKONMNE
Progress Jnside
uhe City Limits of ,
Marysville. : >
MARYSVILLE. Sept. 15.— The work of
grading ; f or,the Western Pacific mside t the
dty|limltsrof . Marysville.iwhich has been "
In progress since Monday,*is somewhat.re
tarded fat \ preeeftt byi the * lack *of tearn3.
By s the?, term*, of i the ; franchise iwork^had
,be f commenced .here"; by * ; September- W
and 00 ~i September 9 a number » of \u25ba rn^n •
were 1 put to Cwork clearing ;i; i away .>tho
itre'esTand 'brush.' Ground was- broken^on
Monday i and ." scraper teams have been
busy continuously \u25a0 since. -.- y
The work Is being \u25a0 done by the Western
Pacific i Company direct I until \u25a0 the .» Pacific
Coast * Construction ;Company can • get \ Its i
teams, men and tools on the ground. Only/
a small force ofgrn^n is employed now; but
\u25a0 good : progress •is being i made. ; .Work : will
continue* steadilyi so"r that '"the > grade / can
txii completed - before^ water % In i the's river '
gets WghT for. (fie right of way'Li over the
rlvef ? bottoms -arid ; the Tembankment will
be nearly, twenty, feet high. :. " .;
Application '^Approved.
; WASHINGTON,: Sept. ; 15.— The Comp
trbllerj of ;' the *• Currency ' approved :•. the
application ; to organize the,First;Na
tional ' Bank^ of. San" Mateo." CaL; capital
$50.000.>:*GeorBa?r; Hawley.- San -Fran-
Cisco; x]Krnest- A. •"•Husalngr.x Carl %\V.
Elfonegr.i Smith JCromler and ". William
Casey.Vorsa.nis«rs.'. .
_ . - \u25a0 , 1 Positively cared by
PADTTDO these Little Pills *
! WMIV I L I\O "«^lwTalsb reHevo Dls-; ;
VP" I I TLE^I digestion and Too Heartj
jl/rD Eating: /A perfect rem-
fPILLSa Drowslneaa.. Bad,Tasto'
. in the Mouth. Coated
fl^HE^^S 4 Tongue, Patn In the Side,
i-L^-r - .- -' !l" ' TORPID LIVER. They
PADTTRSI CpBtSKK^HEADACUfi.
GAKICnO — ;-;\u25a0 c^.

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