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NEWS OF OAKLAND, BERKELEY, ALAMEDA, HAYWARD AND SAN LEANDRO
CAMERA ARTIST TO
VISIT IN NEW YORK
.Mrs. Annie W. Brigman Plans
an Extended Visit to the
\u0084O AKLAND, F«b. 3.— Mrs. Annie W.
Brigxnan will leave Monday morning
for an extended visit in the east, where
ihcr gifted Oakland artist is promised
a fiattering reception. Mrs. Erigman
has been conrmerided both on the At
lasilc coast and abroad for her won
derful work with the camera and in
each, of the exhibits of prominent
iruFts of the continent and of the
Unst«><| States* has been awarded a
Micdal for her lens studios. Last spring
s^he showed some of her work in the
J,sttle srallery in New York, and during
the fortnight her prints created a sen
sation among artists.
Mr?. Brigroan will be entertained in
> v w York by many of the prominent
>«rtists and literary folk as well as
many of the smart set. En route she
will s>e th«* house guest of her brother
and Ms wife in St. Louis for a few
weeks. Mrs. Brigroan will be accom
panied by her husband, Captain Martin
ilrigman. No definite time has been
rj£.med for their return.
Mrs. Brsptuan will entertain a num
ber of friends tomorrow evening at a
studio reception. Her quests will in
clude many of the artists of the bay
V tit »
Mrs. Ilaioid Havens has closed her
T*:edroont residence for the season.
Laving left a few day? apo for New
York, where she will remain for eev
eral weeks. Mr*. Havens* mother. Mrs.
Vance Cheney, makes her home on the
Atlantic coast, where she is a leader
[a educational circles. Early in the
\u25a0winter the was the house guest of Mrs.
Havens, who is one of the best liked
matrons of the smart set on this side
••f the bay. Her return visit will be
made delightful by a wide circle of
friends in New York.
• • •
Mr?. William Piere* Johnson and her
•iauehtf-r. Mis* Josephine Johnson, are
pfauxniCS a visit to the southern part
of the Ptate. having accepted the in
[tktlcji of Mr. and Mrs. George Stark
TovrpJe to be their house guests in their
new home in Los Angeles during the
• arly spring. The wedding of Miss
A r line Johnson, the elder daughter of
;".•: family, and the young Palo Alto
•\u25a0j^n v.-ss ix >=v'jliant event of the early
3)ecemb*-r. The southern residence was
the bri'Jcjrroom'f gift to his bride. Mr.=.
Towc« is "cinq received by the e\
elusrre set In Los Angeles.
*\u25a0 * s
Mis? Kisir- Nason. whose betrothal
to George darken was announced
recently^ will "be the complimented
Kuest tomorrow when Miss Florence
Beck entertains at the Beck residence
in Berkeley. Vise Nason has planned
.. sreddfnjs after Easter.
• « *
Miss Kliza Eaum and Miss Helen
tVarhter. popular young brivies to -lie.
v.cr.- complimented this afternoon at a
luncheon ai wrhlch Miss Florence Par
3e« entertained a score of friends. An
hour uf bridge followed the repast.
• • • i; '
: T!:e hiidjze par«y .it whie]i Mrs. Jo
--ph MaoDonaJi Kelley will entertain
tomorrow at the St. Mark will be the
'arg^t and tiioFt elaborate affair of
« • •
/Among. the girls of the smart set
who will join the colony at Santa Bar
bara for the early spring is Miss Wini
fred Braden, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugf-n<; B. Bradcn. Miss Braden
: \u2666'turned recently from the north, where
b&£ onioyed a visit of a fortnight.
\u25a0• • *
The visit of Mrs. Alexander N. Mitch
'.„•"« I. wife of Lieutenant Mitchell, U. S. N.,
to the bay oitie* will be the occasion
ior some delightful entertaining. Mrs*.
Mitchell is expected next week and
ttHI reraain the h^f ' guest of her
»jyter. Mrs. George K. Perkins, in East
< takland until late in February.
• - \u25a0 * • ' • .
Mrs*. C. C. Ciay and her daughter,
I riss Madeline Clay, are about to join
; he Oaklander* who will spend the
spring in the southern part of the
state, planning a tour of several weeks
\u25a0Jurinsf the early Lenten season.
FOOD INSPECTION IS
PLANNED BY BERKELEY
Health Board Submits Draft of
Proposed Law .to Council
BEHKELEV, Feb. Z. — A food inspec
tion ordinance, based on the one in
<;<eration in Oakland, has been passed
bjr the city board of health and pre
sented to the city council for approval
P'r.'i passage. A sanitation ordinance
trac alfo prepared by the board.
According to the provisions of the
:'.»od inspection ordinance all vegetable,
fruit, candy and grocery stores and
meat markets must kelp foodstuffs in
tended for sale covered and protected
;rom dust and dirt. All vegetable
racks must be placed at leapt two feet
abov« the ground, and the manufac
turing of bread, candy and the like is
not permitted in unventllated base
ments. Meat, candy or other food
stuffs Fhall be coM in the open air if
i he ordinance is passed by the council.
The sanitation ordinance deals with
p. 11 pipe and sewer connections.
GREEK HOLDS WORLD'S
RECORD FOR SURNAMES
Pappamihalopoelas Is Called
"Teddy" to Save Time
OAKLAND. Feb. Z. — John Soffe. own
er of a poolroom at Seventh and Frank-
Jic streets, was on trial for battery
t!;is morning before Police Judge Sam
ue2««. Prosecuting Attorney Hennessey
called a Greek as a witness and for
several minutes questioned the man,
addressing him an Theodor.-- S
The witness had told what he knew
nt the fracas when the judge inter
rupted to ask Hennessey why be did
not call the witness by his proper name.
-Can't." replied the attorney.
. "Why not?" asked judge, who
v.-.is nettled at the disregard of judicial
•ligrnity. Hennessey merely handed up
the -*=ubpena. On it was written the
name "Theodor Pappamihalopoelas."
"Call the witness Teddy," ordered
the judge. x.j
IS CALLED BY DEATH
Mrs. E. P. Jordan Passes Away
Suddenly at • ' r Home
OAKLAND. Feb. 3. — Mr». E. P. Jor
dan, \u25a0widow of the late E. P. Jordan.' a
San Francisco businessman, member of
the EbeH'clob and society woman, died
iMs morning at her borne, 722 Tenth
street, at the age of 60 years. Heart
disease was the . cause of her demise.
Mrs. Jordan had lived since the earth
quake with her brother. Colonel A. B.
Smith of the national : puard.J She left
also a. Flstcr. Mrs. E. Gray of LosAn-
S,el**. The funeral will be held ,£atur- (
day - afternoon from licr. = residence^, i
"Villain" Leaves Stage
• To Become a Benedick 1
Mrs. Robert R. Harrison, who was Miss Clara Baumann.
"DEATH" IN DUEL
"Heavy" Alan at Ye Liberty
..Playhouse "Killed," but Re=
vives and Claims Bride
OAKLAND. Feb. S. — After being
'killed" in a stage duel in the first act
of a. play at Ye Liberty theater, where
i:e is playing the leading "heavy" part,
Robert ('"Bob") R. Harrison came to
life very suddenly and hastened away
from the theater to elope with Miss
Clara Gertrude Baumann of 185 Moss
avenue, a former member of the Idora
park stock company. The marriage
\ras performed at the Plymouth Presby
terian parsonage by Rev. Burton M.
Palmer. The newlyweds returned down
town and had a quiet little wedding
supper at a local cafe shortly after mid
Although the engagement of the cou
ple had been announced some time ago.
they had allowed their friends to be
lieve that their wedding date was still
in the indefinite future, and it is said
that the dread of rice and old shoes
was responsible for • the clandestine
ceremony. Clarence Elmer, a fellow
member of Ye Liberty stock company
with Harrison, was the only witness at
Both Harrison uid his bride are thes
pians of considerable ability. Harri
son has played the leading: "villain"
roles with the Bishop company since
its organization. He is a graduate of
Denver; university and a scion of a
wealthy family living in that city.
Miss Baumann is a pretty, dark eyed
brunette who recently completed a tour
of the coast with the Princess opera
company. Prior to her engagement with
this troupe she was one of the company
at the Idora theater.
Her father, Adolph Baumann, "was
stape director of the Royal opera house
in Berlin and was known as one of the
greatest stage directors that Europe
had ever known. He was drowned in
the English channel while on his way
to New York to assume charge of the
Metropolitan opera house. The bride's
mother was Teresa Jannsen, a well
known singer in European grand opera
JUDEAN SOCIETY WILL
GIVE ITS ANNUAL BALL
Event to Be Held Sunday in
OAKLAND, Feb. 3. — The Judeane, an
organization of young merchants of
this. city, will hold their Ilfth annual
ball Sunday evening at Golden' Gatfs
Commandery hall in San Francisco, In
compliment to a large .number- of
friends of the society who live across
the bay. The society, though-an Oak
land organization, has on its member
ship rolls a number of San Francisco
residents. The committee has arranged
the forthcoming .ball to promote in
terest in the society on both sides of
the bay.. The committee consists of
1L Goldman, chairman; Joseph J. Hlrsh,
Charles Kletz.'D. Eisenberg-, IL .Gold
water and F. Behr. .>_.
METHODIST SOCIETY TO
PRODUCE A' PLAYLET
OAKLAND. Feb. 3.— The Queen: Es
ther L society -of thft Shattuck avenue
Methodist Episcopal church -will; pre
sent *'A Japanese "Wedding," a playlet
of- the; orient, in: the church^ parlore.
The production. "will be .staged Sunder
th*. direction , of 'Mr?. Hugh Baker, of
Aliendale, vrife 'of . thf* pastor-. In J that
district. " A ; number of specialties "will
b» interpolated. . , .-» ; . -
THE SA^ FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, -FEBRUARY: 4; 1910.
DRUNK BEFORE HER
INFANT WAS BORN
Husband Declares Mrs. Helen
W. Waltz Got Liquor From
Berkeley Drug Stores
OAKLAND, Feb. 3. — Mrs. Helen
Waltz was intoxicated orr the night
before her second child was born, ac
cording- to her husband, C. T. Waltz,
who secured an interlocutory decree
of divorce against her today. She was
intoxicated three weeks afterward, ac
cording to the husband's complaint.. He
also testified that she used to get liquor,
most of it pure alcohol, from Berkeley
Waltz declared that his wife became
addicted to the use of liquor -shortly
: after their marriage and continued to
•indulge herself in strong: drink. Both
of their two eldest children died from
lack of the care she should have given
them, he said. Toward the end, just
before he left her, and after many vain
efforts to reform her, she was In the
habit of consuming a 16 ounce bottle of
alcohol a day, he said. .
Waltz was . granted the custody of
their third child. Up, exhibited a news
paper to the effect that his
wife had remarried in Vancouver,
Robert Kent testified in the trial of
his divorce suit that his wife preferred
the society of her mother to his. He
was granted an interlocutory decree of
divorce today. According to hi 3 story,
his wife, Bertha, refused to accom
pany him, when he insisted on leaving
her mother's home: \u25a0''•' -.
The- following were' granted inter
locutory, decrees of divorce todayrjohn
J. Biigler against Eva Bugler,; deser
tion; Antonio Pereira against Catherine
Pereira, desertion; Rosa >L. Watson
\u25a0against Baxter Watson,' failure to pro
vide. : •\u25a0..\u25a0,-'\u25a0 :\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;- .. \u25a0 .;,\u25a0 .
Final decrees of divorce were award
ed the: following: Anna M. - Larson
against Antone L.. Larson, desertion;
Wynif red jA. Robertson against Harry
L. Robertson', desertion; Mary A: Sharp
against Thomas F. Sharp,- desertion.
CONVICTS FIGHT FIBE^-Jolfet. , 111. . Feb.- 3.—
A fire in the Illinois penitentiary power notree
today catiA.*<i great excitement among. the, con-
Ticts. None, howGTpr, • tried to \u25a0 escape. On
tbe contrary, ' according . to Warden t M urpby,
- they turned- In. willing to battle acainst the
names'. Warden Murpby wys the loss Is at
least $100,000. '. ; .; . . .• .
My Lady Beautiful
Health is true beauty. The charm of bright eyes, rosy cheeks, rounded figure,
buoyant and elastic step is •within the reach of every, woman.'- "
Reasonable, care in diet, regular exercise and due amount of sleep uith an
\u25a0will keep most women in health. The timely use of these pills will strengthen
the system, ' renew; the supply, of blood '• and - relieve nausea and depression.
-The beneficial effects of BeechamVPills'on the bowels^ liver, stomach^ blood
and complexion, make them women's greatest aid to health and in a true sense \u25a0
••-. . In boxe» with full direction*, 10c and 25c
TO KILL HIMSELF
Prisoner Arrested in Boxcar
, •\u25a0 . \u25a0\u0084..\u25a0\u25a0 - s.
Slashes His Throat in
OAKLAND. Feb. 3.— J. C. MacMullan,
30 years of age, who was found in a
boxcar at Third and Harrison streets
last night and arrested. because he had
a blackjack hidden in his clothing,
tried to commit suicide in the city jail
this morning by cutting his throat with
an aluminum comb. The police had no
evidence of any crime: they were hold
ing MacMullan simply as a suspect. The
attempt at suicide, however, has led the
police to believe that he is a danger
ous crook, and they have decided to
look up his record.
The belief ig that MacMullan is a
fugitive from 1 justice, or was impli
cated recently* in some unknown in
fraction of the laws. The prisoner
when found in the boxcar by "Police
men Rowe and Riley gave his home
as 530 Harrison street. San Francisco,
and his occupation as that of waiter. '
He was arrested after midnight and
put in a cell. Toward dawn Jailer Fahy
went past the cell and found the sus
pect sawing at his windpipe with the
comb, which he. % had sharpened at the
back on the cell stones. MacMullan
was taken to the; receiving hospital.
WHITE PLEADS FOR
Lecturer Continues Round of
Meetings at Oakland
OAKLAND, Feb. 3 — John Z. White,
the distinguished lecturer on direct
legislation, was the guest of the Tri-.
City Rotary club at luncheon today at
the Key Route hotel. White talked on
the commission form of municipal gov
ernment. He argued that by provid
ing an efficient form of government
the wasteful and corrupt methods in
civic affairs would be done away with
and his argument went to demonstrate
that the commission plan was the solu
tion. Councilman A. 4 H. Elliot also
spoke in favor of direct legislation.
White spoke this afternoon at Heald-
Dixon business, college andbefore the
Oakland club. This evening* he-ad
dressed a hirge audience- at Hamilton
hall, under the auspices of the Alameda
County moot court association.
Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
White -will speak at the Polytechnic
business college. At G:3O o'clock he will
address a meeting at the First Baptist
church, and at S o'clock is scheduled
to talk at Melrose hall.
JEWELS AND MONEY
Two Oakland Residences Robbed
During the Early Morning
OAKLAND, Feb. 3. — C. AY. Page's
home at 5102 West street, in the
northern part of the city, was broken
into last night by a burglar, who car
ried away $3uO worth of jewels and
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Page said the .stolen articles con
sisted of- a pearl and diamond pin, two
lady's watches, a ruby set ring:, two
necklaces, a pearl necklace with a
diamond set locket, and a- revolver.
From Mrs. R- J. Kelley's home at
1223 Adeline street, which burglars gfot
into early this morning, ?100 worth of
jewels was stolen. The loot was a
diamond set locket with a gold chain,
a necklace set with a bluestone and
three rings pet with pmall diamonds.
BANDIT IS SENTENCED
TO LONG PRISON TERM
New Year's Eve Holdup Man Is
Given 12 Years
OAKLAND. Feb. 3. — A sentenco of 12
years in SanQuentin was imposed today
by Judge Brown upon Albert Mclntosh
Cassidy, alias John Murphy, who held
up and robbed Louise Mcßride at the
point of a pistol on New Year's eve in
the tenderloin. Cassidy pleaded guilty
to the crime. He denied, however, rob
bing another woman on the same night,
of which he was accused. He also de
nied that he had robbed D. J. Desmond,
a Grove street grocer, of $40, although
the Oakland police declare that he was
guilty of both" offenses, ajid the victims
identified him. - Cassidy^ said that he
was intoxicated when he robbed .Louise
Mcßride. According to the police he is
an old offender.
ATTORNEY A CANDIDATE
FOR TOWNSHIP JUSTICE
Burton J.Wyman to Make Con=
test at Primaries
OAKLAND, Feb. C. — Burton J. "Wy
man, an attorney of this city, has an
nounced his candidacy as justice of the
peace for Brooklyn township. Wyman
will begin his campaign as soon as
the supreme court decides whether the
registration of 1910 or 1909 is to be
used in verifying signers of nomina
tion petitions under the direct primary
COLLEGE DEBATERS MAY
USE FOOTBALL TOGS
BERKELEY, Feb. 3. — After once re
fusing the request of the Congress and
Senate debating , societies for football
suits for a match game to be played
for the benefit of the senior women's
hall fund, the executive committee of
the . students last night granted J the
petition on the condition that the de
baters would • take part in spring
training and : become hardened! for the
grueling sport. The debating societies
are making plans for the meet, which
will be held in the near future.
ARE LIVELY A FFAIRS
Mrs. Carlisle Has More than
Once Made Life "Plecsant"
r BERKELEY, Feb^C. — It developed to
day that the four men members of the
school board have been chided more
than once by Mrs. Elinor Carlisle, dub
woman and first member of her sex to
be elected to the school board. In of
ficial : circles and in clubdom the re
bukj'.'administered by Mrs. Carlisle in
the secret session of the board last
Tuesday night is the main topic of con
versation. All are speculating on the
According to reports current in of
ficial" circles Mrs. Carlisle at the first
meeting of the board laid down the law
and insisted that a change should be
made in the rules of the department
whereby man was given the preference
to woman in the matter of principal
"This present rule is an Insult to my
sex and I will not have it," declared
Mrs. Carlisle. Members of the board
endeavored to appease the wrath of
their colleague without success.
"This is a. taunt. to every woman that
she is not, the superior o* man," con
tinued the aggressive member. "I de
mand that woman be given the same
opportunities as man in the matter of
selecting teachers and principals for
the school department. She is in every
way his. mental equal."
Members of the board were inclined
to admit the "truth of Mrs. Carlisle's
remarks, but said that in a majority
of-cases brute force was required as a
prerequisite for a principalship and
that man seemed to show more of that
qualification than woman. The rule
was left unchanged.
At subsequent meetings Mrs. Carlisle
frequently chided the board for their
lack of knowledge of the social side of
the school child and their neglect of
this feature. Almost every meeting of
the board has -been enlivened by a tilt
of some kind or another.
The four men on the school board are
reticent regarding their predicament.
Their friends claim that they have en
deavored to support all of* the projects
of Mrs. Carlisle, but do not wish to
involve the board in financial difficul
STRENGTHEN LIQUOR LAW— Annapolis. Md.,
Feb. 3. — A bill d«>«ipn<Mi to the ex
isting laws prohibiting the sale h^re of
liquors to mMsbipmen of tbe naval academy
was introduced in the legislature today. The
measure mates tbe proprietor of the place re
SOLD SOME RATES
April 6. 7 and 8 Omaha ..S 60.00
May 11. 12, 13, 14, 25. 26, 27 Kansas City 60.00
Tune 9 34 24. 25 26, 30 Chicago \u25ba * • 72.50
* July 1 , 2, 3, 4, 5. 6, 25, 26. 27 . N™ S Qrleani* 7." V.'M 67.*50
August 1, 2. 3, 4 New York 108.50
September 1,2,3. 11_. 12, 13, 14 Boston .....110.50
Tickets sold on April dates for New Orleaus, St. Louis, Chicago, Baltimore, Philadelphia, .Washington,
New-York and Boston. ' . : : -
Good for 15 days' trip going. Return limit three months from date of purchase.
Stopovers, choice of routes and accepted for passage on any of the great Overland flyers. »U~:
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,To New Orleans and East through Los Angeles and the sunny south.
Golden State Limited
Exclusively for high-class travel between California, Chicago and ' St. Louis
The new tourist train from Southern California to Chicago via El Paso,
Kansas City and St Louis.
Flood Building, " Market Street, Ferry Depot,
Third and Townsend Streets Depot.
Broadway and Thirteenth Street, Oakland.
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Remiiigtoh Typewriter Company (incorporated)
: V 276 Bush Street, San Frrancisco
R. W. Baxter, Friend of C. P.
Huntington, Is in Critical
ALAMEDA, Feb. 3.— R. W. Baxter, a
retired railroadman and the- oldest liv
ing member of the Roadmasters'-Asso
ciation of America, is a patient in the
Alameda- sanatorium. He underwent
an operation yesterday. Because of his
advanced . age. 76, his relatives and
friends are somewhat apprehensive
about his recovery.
Baxter and the late C. P. Huntington
were intimate friends and it was under
the supervision of Baxter that, rails
were laid over the greater part of the
Union Pacific and Central Pacific. . It
is said that the veteran constructor
directed the laying of more miles of
railroad than any other man in the his
tory of railroad building in America.
When the management of the Union
Pacific and the Central Pacific lines de
cided to have an account of the build
ing, of those roads written Eaxter was
called in to furnish much of the matter
for the chronicle. He possessed a
thorough knowledge of the great en
gineering feat by reason of his close
association with- the building of the
Baxter was the first roadmaster of
the old South .Pacific Coast road' that
was 'built from this city to Santa Cruz
by United States Senator Jame3 G. Fair
and associates. When the road was
taken over by the Southern Pacific
company Baxter was retained as road
master until rive years ago. when he
was forced to retire from active work
because of an injury sustained by
being knocked from a flatcar. He was
pensioned by the company upon retir
Baxter has.. made his home here for
25 years*. He has two sons, cine of
whom, R. W. Baxter Jr., Is master of
transportation of the Lehigh Valley
railroad. The other son, William Bax
ter, is a constructing engineer. Bax
ter has two daughters living here.
They are Mrs. Charles Jenkins and
Mrs. Alice Harrington.
"TIGHT »WAD" CLUB TO
GIVE ANNUAL DANCE
ANTIOCII, Feb. 3.— The 'Tight Wad"
club --will give its annual " social ball
and reception Friday evening. Three
hundred invitations have been issued
for the affair. This will be the second
annual ball of the club, which is com
posed of a large number of the young
men of Antioch.
COURSE NEAR END
Head of State University to Re
turn to Berkeley Next
BERKELEY, Feb. C— President
Whe*ler will reach the university March
15, according io word just received
from him. He will deliver the last lec
ture as Roosevelt exchange professor at
the University of Berlin February S3
and will sail for New York the follow
ing day on the liner Prince Friedriett
Wilhelm from Bremen.
Reaching Xew York about March, 5.
he will spend a few days taere and in
the vicinity choosing men for vacaac
faculty positions. The charter day
speaker yet to be elected will probably;
accompany Doctor Wheeler oa hi*
According \u25a0 to word from Berlin, a- !
number of the members of the faculty,
of the university are with Doctor
Wheeler and Mrs. Wheeler la Berlin and
will probably come west with him. Miss.
Lucy Sprague. dean of women; Prof. A.
C. Miller and Mrs. Miller are in tb*
party, as are also Dr. George F. Reln
hardt and his wife, who was formerly.
Miss Henry of this city.
Doctor Wheeler has declined to ac
cept a number of invitations to lecture
both abroad and at eastern universities.
He may. however, speak at Munich and
Leipzig before returning to this coast.
BERKELEY WANTS TO
Would Consolidate Only on
BERKELEY. Feb. C. — Members of
the board of directors of the chamber
of commerce of this city attended a.
banquet at the Hotel Carlton last night,
at which consolidation and annexation,
were the principal topics of discussion.
Sentiment was divided, but the di
rectors agreed that Berkeley would
have to be guaranteed its autonomy
before the citizens would vote for &
union with Oakland.
Among the men who took part in
the discussion were:
President C. C. Juster. Directors F.
L. Butterfield. Fredrick H. Clark. A. O.
Donogh. Y*\ A. Gates. TV. A. Gomperta.
G. A. Griensche. 11. D. Irwin. C.-Milc
kelsen, I. A. Morris, TV. J. Mortimer.
Frank I* Xaylor. G. B. Ocheltree.
Friend W. Richardson. E. Q. Turner.
W. L. Woodward and TV. E. TVoolsey.