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VOLUME CXIL—NO. 157.
EVENTS IN THE COUNTIES BORDERING ON BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO
SEE DEFEAT OF
Secretary of Chamber of Com«
merce Congratulates The
Call for Its Stand
Alameda County League Boost*
ers to Visit Santa Clara
OAKLA: • :2,n in
cticatly at an end
I ■ bu< ■< Btaie
nlng in which they pre-
I that tfai i WOUid he de
: The only m< • of import;in«'e
Isil cities in the Santa
i.'pon having utt< red toe wisest fford of
. ligrn," SHJ'I A. A. Denison, sec-
■ imber of < 'ommerce.
!n n; t-said S.in l'"r;i neisi o
must k have the will of its neigh
bors. There is no better manicipal
and it takes s good deal o< it
to make a metropolis.'
XKBD FOB GOOD WILL
t good \vill is mure important
annexation of territory that
aoi need, at the expense
■ ast bay cemtn uni
iflo • ' t: ■ regard of
I ributary trade
terrlt* ■ upon the consoli
dation amendmenl as an indirect as
on sister <ities engaged in prreat
construction work for the benefit of
"Al t c conclusion of the campalgp
ed that the ] eopFe at the
ite are overwhelm
oppoeed : I i :. ndment. which
■would confer exclusively upon San
KrancJeco and L<>s Angeios the privilege
■mine city and county govern
and of annexing a< roes county
OPPOSITION OF UOMi:\
Tin' women of southern California,
■•is well as those of this se
lieve ;n protet I environment of
their homes from the influence of the
larger cities. Th< people of the state
With whom 1 have talked, and 1 have
campaigned through :',7 counties, sym
pathize with the desire or the oa
to retain local Belf*government,
control thHr on-n development ai
main the arbiters ~f their enrn
or Prank K. Moti said: ■ I-Vom
l can learn, the consolidation
amendment ouelit to i,e defeated, I
}iaven"t been able to pc\ reliable infor
mation on the situation in the interior.
hut 1 know that many of the papers 1
taken up and r a
lieve that we will pot a majority
of the votes foi
lire. The- situation in T,os Angelas Iβ
the same as in the interior. In]
hot!) places th< ■. more or loss
indifferent, and many will "not vote on
it at all. There will not he a hie vote
on it in Pan Franc:
MTI ATfOM I NCBKTAIN
If C Capwell said: ■ is a
I of uncertainty about the)
;r situation, but 1 think the in-|
tcrinr citing -will vote down the con
solidation amendment. To be sure,
there is some indifference, but part of
v.-as overcome by the persistent
B W. Stetebn said: "1 has.- my
conviction on the defeat of t •
idation amendment can-]
va'.s I made by letti
out 130 letters and received 7.". replies.
Only one of these was unfavorable to
the attitude taken by Ahum-da county
in the fight against the measure
itor Frank Leavitt said: "The
im.-nt will ho de
naanner. There «Ul
I ' ■ -)>t in San
md in I/i>s Aug* ies tii f
KNOWLANO SAYS HE IS
SURE 01 RE-ELECTION'
Closes Campaign in Belief That
Majority Will Break Records
A LAM EDA, Nov. '.'. ■— <'ongrrssman
h R. Knowland. who has closed a
vigorous campaign for hit re-election
to congress, Issued a statement today
giving tbe reasons why he should he
returned to Washington and predict
.ajority than Ik> has over
< returned to con*
by a larger majority than I
any previous elec
tion. During the next two years
California will be interested vitally
i:i legislation before congress. The
Panama, - Pacific exposition. ih<
• of the Panama canal, the
readjustment of" tariff schedules and
many other questions of equal im
•■ x<> this state will ;
fore the national legislative body.
I now rank as number two Fβ
point of continuous service in the
• nation from California,
holding one oi the most important
committee assignments, ranking as
number three on the republican side
•■n the committee on interstate and
My tight has made upon my
district and state. The noxr two
the most irut
in the .1 the Oakland har
bor i iit. as the go
ment must appropriate money for
and enlarged project for this
waterway that Will meet th<
conditions with ing of the
Panama '-anal. All these facts arc
appreciated by c of this
AGED MAN FOUND DEAD
IN HIS LONELY HOME
Body of Engineer Discovered
After Three Days
BERKELEY. Nov. r>.-— (Vors-p Hall.
ird ")il company engineer in
>:. waa found dead in Ills
Gtllman and San Pablo avenues,
Berkeley, i-arly today. The body
v&a removed to the branch morgue
tin! death \va; found due to a hem-I
Ha!J old, and. so far as
mown, leaves no relative*. Little was
mown about him Uγ his neighbors.
I If was alone at the lini- of his
leatfa. The 1μ..!-.- i:;,.) remained in the
x.use thr«-*-- da\s before au - invcatiga.,
•iuu v i
SORORITY TO ENTERTAIN
IN ITS NEW CLUBHOUSE!
Women of K. K. G.
BERKELEY, Nov. 3.—One of the
most brilliant social functions by any
of the University of California Greek
I'tur societies will be the formal open
ing of their new clubhouse in Charming
way by the young women, of Kappa
Kappa Gamma sorority Tuesday, No
vember 12, when more than I*6oo goests
'will be entertained. The entire chapirr
of Stanford university will tome to
Berkeley for the occasion, and alumnae
members from various cities will at
This opening will be foltotired by a
series <>f entertainments by Kappa
Kappa <;am:na. The sor.ority is one of
tin- oldest and most exclusive on the
campus. PI chapter, the local organi
zation, was established in 1880, and re
established in 1897. Th" society whs
founded at Monmounth .college in IS7O.
Anions the university grr&dtlateto ami
students who will take part in the
housewarming this month will h< :
tflsa Miviarri <;rifihi)« and liisa
at nirj Mi-- llri-.i) UouM Weeton
Ui*a Marcarel fritter. Mi-- M«j Van M*r*n.
Mi«> H*rtoa f.ay. Mis- Caroljra Tefcfcert end
>11 — Mariana? Brows
of un:: Mi-> Mnrjnr.v Gardiner, Ml?*
Kalalg Mi-- UmrxU Wfuwnaa. Jtftes
Ai'.ila ( renin Hid Mis* MnlH CowcJL
<!•>■»- of nut Mi-- I.":* V>>-winkcl. tftse
T»c:i!n. c Vr-iiH-r. Mi-s Marznrritr Ani<>-« •, Mi-s
Rotb Grlfßtll. MNs I-tj.il !•■ Wi.-kson. Ml>s Peco
un- r.-irkor. Mi— CamiHe Adara*. Miss UlMan !
Raroard, Mis* Beta) Bannas, Ml*s ElTa Cfcris
tio. Miss Winifred Jewetl and Mlea lsab«nr>
t'la«s of I'li'i Mi«- (ruth Bb«T»an, Mis- Mn
bel M.-.IIIT. Mkv Bditli <.'■ .if-i"'.. Mi— mm
di-p<) Koox, Miss Mabel Bonta. Miaa I.ouiso
' ,■■ U-««l, Iftea IXHJIee Koberts and Miss Kath
eriae i.rcilin. ■
MARX PHILOSOPHY IS
THEME IN THE PULPIT
Pastor Preaches on Aims of
F : ounder of Modern Socialism
OAKLAND, Nov. 3.— Rev. Herbert A.
Jump, pastor of the First Congrega
tional church, spoke this evening on
the life and aims of Karl Marx, whom
he called "a philosopher of bread find
"He has offered to the world an In
terpretation of the economic order
quite as comprehensive as Darwin ever
offered for the biological order." said
"Moat philosophers have dealt with
the omnipotent God and how he Imparts
bia being to the world; Marx dealt with
common man and how he get-s his liv
ing seven days in the week. It must
be admitted that the latter line of in
quiry secures a larger and more inter
est >'d audience than the former. The
head of man goes out on Quests foj
truth, the heart of man on quests for
lore, and the will of man on quests Cor
selt-exp te—lon in action; but the stom
-01 man goes out on quests iVn ,
throe meats a day. or as close an ap
proximation to that ideal as is possible.
The millions that follow the loaf are
far more numerous than the thousands
lh.it follow the gl^ain.
"Marx was the thinker Who tried to
solve the problems of the poor man's
kitchen and the rich man's factory.
Hence Marx's writings are eagerly read
in Chins and Japan, in Australia, and
Scandinavia: there are Karl Marx clubs
in Africa; his principles are being daily
interpreted to millions in a score of dif
ferent tnngijps. It may he stated truth
fully that no single writer of the last
century is so widely, so earnestly, so
thoughtfully being studied by armies
of readers as this son of a German
The speaker held that Karl Marx had
considered hut one side of the great
situation, namely the "bread and but
ter' , side, and that he ignored God in
"In this," said Jump, "he was faulty."
'•Marx asserted the economic basis of
all history. He believed that questions
of bread and butter have been the de
terminers of all social evolution. They
done much, but they have not
done all that has been done. The stODI
- important but the human soul is
more important: and in the providence
of God there has entered continuously
into the ongoings of his world an ele
ment that is not the product of eco
nomic forces, ("all it the spiritual ele
ment or the element of human will, or
personality as you please, but. God has
let loose mighty spirits in tbe course of
the years who have not been created
by their ago, but who have created
their age or a new and better age.
There is a God side, to history as well
a« a bread and butter side. And even
in the lives of ordinary men there have
mighty momenta and stupendous
hours of vision or struggle or heroism,
that were producers much more than
they were product. The race has moved
forward like a great sailing ship. Im
pelled in part by currents in the water
where she floats, but also in part by
invisible wind currents in the heavens.
The spirit bloweth where it listeth.
Marx in his exaltation of economic, law
placed no value upon religion; therein
his interpretation of the universe is
WILL LEAD DEDICATION
St. Leander's Church to Be
Opened for Services
B'XS T.KANDRO. Nov. 3.—St. l,e
ander's church, which has been ren
ovated and remodeled at a cost of sev
eral thousand dollars, will be re
opened soon with impressive dedicatory
ceremonies, at which Archbishop Rior
dan will officiate. Rev. Father Garvey
is arranging a program that will in
clude, besides the archbishop, many
Catholic dignitaries. St. Leander's
church is one of the landmarks of this
I section. Among the improvements
nearing completion are a new heating
system, confessionals, an elaborate
communion rail and the removal of the
galleries In the transept to permit the
enlargement of the sanctuary. During
the progress of the work services have
been held in St. Joseph's hall.
ARRESTED FOR SELLING
OAKLAND, Nov. I—J.1 — J. N. Brock,
Tvvonty-fourth and Myrtle streets, wan
arrrstpd by Corporal J. 8. Dufton and
Tatrohnan T. J. Oaks last night on a
rharge of selling cigarettes to minors.
Brock admitted he had permittod a
gambling- game in h'.s poolroom, and
that the players were mostly young
Pay your election bet with a box of
Geo. Haas & Sons' well known, deli
FIBST BAPTIST CHITRCH MEETING ■ AUmerJa.
Nut. g.— The annual meeting of th«» First Bbi«
ii-t cbarcb will be Uelfl tomorrow evening b<-
jriimln X at 7 o'cloclu BeT. U 1 , . Kus&ell is nas
. tor of Uie tUurch.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL
Kappa Kappa Gamma girls
who will assist in formal opening of
new sorority clubhouse.
BOOST CLUBS ARE
BUSY WITH PLANS
Project Fostered for Lights in
East Fourteenth Street to
OAKLAND, Nov. ?,. —A special com
mittee of the United Improvement
clubs has been appointed Co confer with
Ma.\ or Mott regarding the securing of
gasolier.s in East Fourteenth street
from Thirteenth avenue to San Leandro.
It is expected that the ornamental
posts will be erected by the gas com
pany and thai they will be kept lighted
py the city. The committee also was
ordered to protest to the traction com
pany agaifist the IS minute .service on
the Fruitvale avenue car line, after
Several interesting addresses occu
pied tlie meeting of the Upper Kruit
vale Jrnpro%-ement club. The session
Was opened by Kernard P. Miller, who
gave an analytical argument against
the annexation amendment. The ad
dresa was followed by an argument
against the racetrack amendment by
Mrs. John <'. Coburn of Emeryville.
The members of the Galindo Im
provement <luh held a get together so
cial session, which included musical
and literary numbers and refreshments.
The affair was in charge of the women
membera of the club, and addresses
w< n> made by Mrs. <;. T"». Uounsc-vel I,
Judge li. ff. M'-i'ikr. John v. Flood,
President B. A. Gamble, R. E. Hummel
and C. 8, KiiiK.
The Central Improvement club at its
last meeting analyzed the community
lighting system in Allendale, giving the
costs of each kind of lighting. The
club expressed a desire for gasolier
lamps all along , the car line for Forty
eighth or Lels" avenue from Lyon
avenud to Hopkins .street. The fol
lowing were appointed a special com
mittee for lighting in the Allendale
district: R. R. Clarke. \V. Tl. Locke,
K. K. Tinsley, R. Trimlett and J. An
At the meeting of the Steinway Ter
race Improvement club Major B. W.
Woodward, delegate from the organiza
tion to the United Improvement clubs,
reported that the traction company had
gained* the advantage of an amended
charter allowing them to give only 20
minute service after 7 o'clock on the
new boulevard line. .
The following new officers have been
elected to head the women's auxiliary
to the Vernon-Rockridge Improve
ment club: President, Mrs. William
Foster; vice president, Mrs. William
Wright Jr.; secretary, Mrs. A. A.
Black; treasurer, Mrs. J. 1,. Andre. The
club has a year of its ex
istence, having been Organised in Oc
tober of last year. The club has taken
an active and important part in the
life of the community and done much
toward the progress of the district.
The retiring officers are: President,
Mrs. F. W. Confer; vice president, Mrs.
M. C. Holman; secretary treasurer. Mrs
W. l>. Wells.
PICKPOCKET GETS PURSE
WITH ONLY 30 CENTS
Many Petty Thefts Reported to
OAKLAND, Nov. 3.— H. Williams, 84?,
San Pablo avenvio, was robbed by a
pickpocket last night at Eleventh
street and Broadway of a purse con
taining $6 and a gold watrli.
.1. C. Harlan of 1201 High street,
Alameda, was robbed on a car "!" a
purse containing ZO cents.
Mr?. K. Jamo.*, ~> n !<"i fty-.««<ond
street, was rohhed <f v gold watch in
Burglars entered the home of Mr?.
H. Talbot, 25::4 AVaverly street, but go«
nothing of value.
T)ie rooms of Mr. and Mr*; W. p.
Buckman of Sacramento, Ifotol St.
Mark, were looted of toilet articles
valued at $15.
"Home Rule in Taxation" amendment
would discourage Investment of capital
and retard California's development.
HAVE BUSY MONTH
Programs Covering Advanced
Thought and Art Arranged
for Various Organizations
"AKLAND, Xov. :;.• November will be
h ;.<>i ;j l>l,. mouth in the local club world,
the <ah ndais which ha\e been issued
within the last few days announcing
B scries of programs which indicate
the trend nf the modern woman. The
members of the Twentieth Century
L-iub of Berkeley are giving thetr at
tentloii to serious matters this week,
their study of the_<ost of living tak
nsj the form of aaebate in which four
1' their best speakers will have part.
Tiie subje<-t which will be discussed.
Tuesday afternoon with the audience
mi ted to the < lub membership will be,
llesolved, (hat s<ientiti« - management
P the home would solve the high cost
of living;." Mrs. ('. M. Perkins and Mrs.
Amy llanilin will present the affirm
ative siiji , with Mrs. Genevleve Wade
teh ;uid Mrs. A. INT. IJehher opposed.
Mis.s May Morrison will be chairman
Of the afternoon.
The second program of the mouth
ui!l b, presented Tuesday, November
19, by the choral section, when "The
j Lady of Shalott' will be rendered.
The club is meetinfj this month in
Unity hull. A travelers' section has
been added to the study clesses of the
The most unique exhibit which lias
ii given on this sid*- of the bay will
held this week under the auspices
the II(i;mp club in their Kast <)ak-
rid clubhouse, when tne. books of the
•;n\ including original illustrations,
manuscripts, bindings, posters, place
and holiday cards will be shown. The
exhibition will dpfen Thursday evening
with a reception for the members and
their- friends and continue a week, from
i to t o'clock in the afternoon and &
to 10 o'clock in the evening.
Paul Elder, Professor J. C. Uowell,
librarian of the University of Califor
nia, and Charles L. Smith will give 10
minute talks on "The New Books of
the Tear" Thursday evening. Mrs.
Granville Shuey, president of the club,
and Mr. Shuey will be hostess and host
on» the opening night.
The following will receive during the
Friday, NoTOmbfr S -Mrs. Samuel D. I'rather,
Dr. aiij lira, Harry Carlton.
Saturday, November & Mr*. Gordoe Stolp,
Mr. and Mrs. \Y. \V. Oram.
Monday, Nnvrinber 11 -Mr?. Kdnard Ilemll
iarii Miss I-ticy ShJnii.
Ttwday, November I- Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Wotn.'Mlay, November 1" -Mrs. George Percy,
Mr. mid Mrs. C. W. Armes.
Thareday, November 14 Miss Emma "Well
man, Mr. and Mrs. V. .\. Webstfr.
The committee which is responsible
for the collection which will be offered
include beside Mrs. Shuey, Mrs. John
Yule, Mrs. George Percy, Miss Helen
Powell and Mrs. Erwin Brinckerhoff.
A discussion of "The University's
Hope—A College of Household Arts,"
by Miss Mary IjOis Klsaell of the Uni
versity of California, will engage the
attention of the club members follow
ing the luncheon November th
J :bol 1 has sent out an interesting
bulletin for the corning weeks follow
ing , the regular business meeting of the
first Tuesday of the month. The lunch
eon Tuesday, November 12, will be ar
r inged In honor of Miss Anna Klumpke,
the companion of Rosa Bonheur. "A
Shakespearian Masque" will be pre
sented the week following by the mem
bers of the Shakespeare section, the
guests being limited to club members.
A "Soiree Dansante" is announced for
the evening of Tuesday, November 26,
closing the month brilliantly.
Ebell sections are giving attention to
interesting programs. This month Mrs.
Charles 10. Kowe, Mrs. J. K. Baker and
Mrs. A. L. Cunningham will contribute
the work to the Original Writers , sec
tion, which meets Thursday.
Mrs. Charted Woodbury, Mrs. Charles
Leonard Smith, Mrs. E. C. yon Helms,
Mrs. Charles A. Dukes, Mrs. A. C. Posey,
Mrs. C. ML Millar and Mrs. Thomas Ben
nett will prepare the papers for the
Bible History and Literature section
this month. The meetings are held
Mondays, November 4 and 18.
The legends and folk Jore of Hawaii
will be related at the. Thursday incit
ing of the American history section.
Miss (Jertrude Kvans is ttie in
structor of the newly organized sec
tion devoted to folk and Gilbert dan
cing, of which Miss Alice Shinn is
The women of the Alta. Mira club
entertained Thursday evening at a
hallowpcn festival Which whs given in
honor of the husbands and brother* of
Miss Annie Florence Brown will pre
sent an illustrated lecture before the
club Monday, November 11, on the
passion play In Oberammergau.
The meeting in Thanksgiving week
has been canceled.
An interesting exhibit ot the month
will open Monday In the Hillside Club
house of North Berkeley, when the an
nual showing of art, together with
oriental curios, will be held. The art
committee includes Bernard Maybeck,
Russell Penniman, Mrs. J. B. Harve.
Mrs. E. M. Todd, Mrs. F. B. Searsby
Htid Miss Victorine Hartley. The crafts
committee numbers Mrs. Arthur Puce,
Randolph Munroe, Miss A. Alexander,
Mrs. A. J. Mervy and M. J. Doyle.
Tbe Newest Fancies In Ladies'
Leather Hand Bags
The season's newest creations in
ladies , leather hand bags are now
shown in great variety. While these
goods are of the most desirable
styles and of the finest make, they
are still not expensive here.
Other leather goods in our stock
comprise an attractive assortment of
Music Rolls, Traveling Toilet Sets,
Bill Books, Pocket Books, Card
cases, cigar Cases, Traveling Bags.
Suit Cases and Trunks.
Picture* for the Holidays—While you etlll
lave leisure before the holidays y«i Miould
ook over our cstenst*e line of framM pi<--
Stires. th<> T«riety and beauty nf wh!.-h Is
not equaled Id the rlty. Nothing exrppt
productions of cless, but at no greater cost
than ordinary pii-mrps*.
Artists' Materials— AH supplW required
by rite Ctndent, the amateur end pro
fppsional artist and slcn writer. Archi
tertw' iiml <1 niftsrnen's supplies.
Fountain Peni—Solp aftf-nts for the Mar
-hall. i) wi-inifrrfHl valuo at $1: th»> Rppn!, a
«elf-flDpp. ni JI..V). and the Argonaut, plain
md gold or sllTPr mounted- We ropair all
Fancy Stationery and Office Supplies—
Bii\*»>l writing papern. Crane's I-lnpn I,Hwn.
Whiting'a writing papers and Hurds' statlon
•■rv. Htant it<»>k«. i/T-tiepi-s. [xioseleaf Sap
plios. T.cKa] Blanks IMarifS and f'alpndars,
HliHw-Walkfr KiliDg Devices, Transfer Cabi
Steel Die Embossing and engraving nf
Wedding nonounoemt'nt*. etc. Samples end
price* «.n roqiipst.
Holiday Goods now on display in our
wii..l<'s;a!f> drpartment. Inspection by country
SANBORN, VAIL & CO.
jrr..-.-7er> Mlwwlom, bet. 3d and 4th ate.
ORCHESTRA AND CHOIR
JOIN IN SACRED CONCERT
Is Carried Our }
ALAMEDA, Nov. ?,. —The orchestra of
the I'irst Presbyter ten church, recently
organised, united with the vested choir j
of the church this evenins Bind £;iv- a
eacred concert under the leadership of
Charles Blank. The members ftre [
iSrttest Kaufmnri, Miss Kvelyn Maillot!
and Perault rnderhill, fir.<;t violins; j
Fred Rockibghatn, second violin; -f- tJ. 1
Harlan. Mrs. Grace Stetson and X, K.
Starkweather. cellos; Henry Scnu- ;
mat her. Krench horn; Alfred Powell
and KdwaM Thomas, cornet-s; Robert
Baton, drum and bells; Bruce Farring- !
Mis.s Klizabeth West-gate N director
and organist of the vested choir of Zβ
the members b'-ing Miss .Mary!
Anderson. Miss Mac I.err yma n. Miss
Harriet Bordwen, Miss EmlMe Walters, !
Miss Ituth ronng, Miss Winifred Greene, i
sopranos: Miss Basel Cn>kroft. Miss!
Mabel IJueki ngha m. Miss IMhel Murray, i
Miss j-'iorence Bradley and Miss !..
Evans, contraltos; Herbert Mcc, PerauH
Underhill, Qeorge Greene and Harold
Hartley, tenors; Will Rocklngham, Fred |
Xi mX ingham, Charles Drown, M. KnotL:
and N. Klder, bassos.
The concert soloists were Herbert
Moo and Miss Mary Andorson. A
quartet Was given by Miss Anderson,
Miss Hoekinghain. Perault Underhill
and Will Flockingft&TtL
BAN ON RENO "RAG"
Dance Scandalizes faculty at
Ball Given by High Students
ALAMEDA, Nov. 3. —The Reno schot
tische, a medley of rollicking , rat; mu
sic, was ruled off the floor at Adelphian
hall last night during , a ball given by
the Alameda high school students,
complimentary to the members of the
Reno high school Rugby team, which
played here yesterday and. were de
The Reno rag was down on the pro
gram as an "extra." A number o< ihf
dance guests, including Alamedans, who
previously had shuffled their feet and
shifted thoi » shoulders to the fascinat
ing Nevada air, called for the innocent
looking schottisehe and the extra was
started after a few of the regular num
bers had been enjoyed.
The lights were turned low and with
the first strains of the dance from Reno
the floor was thronged with couples.
One of the staid members of the fac
ulty of the Alameda high school who
was present quickly discerned that the
dane« that Wjis listed as a schottisehe
was in reality a raggy rag and lie im
mediately called a halt. The peda
gogue informed the dancers that if
they desired to remain on the floor
they would have to eliminate ragging.
The order was obeyed and the ball
L.ast year at a ball given by Ala
meda high school students in Adelphlan
hall a rompany of the merry dancers
locked themselves in the banquet room
and proceeded to rag. When strict
chaperons and teachers learned what
was going on behind <losed doors they
were furious. Threats were made to
force thf door and eject the offenders.
Several of th<- dancers made their es
cape from the hall by dropping out of
windows to the ground.
WOMAN ENDS HHR LIFE
TO JOIN DEAD BROTHER
OAKLAND, Nov. 3.—Despondent over
the death of her brother, a month aero,
Mrs. Amelia Martin committed suicide
this morning in the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. M. G. H;t 11, 91S Kingston ave
nue, by swallowing chloral. Her groans
attracted her daughter, who found her
expiring in her bedroom. A doctor was
called, but the woman died before his
arrival. Mrs. Martin was 40 years old
and a native of Tllinois. She had
threatened to end her life several times
in tho last few weeks, while suffer
lilt Her Xeighbor
It was one of those friendly neigh
borly rows—her new suit hit her neigh
bor's eye. Now they have the swellest
neighbors in town. They all dress on
the "California" $I.o<> ;i we*»k credit,
plan. f>9 Stockton street, upstairs.—
Twelfth Strepf and Broadway, Oakland.
SIX AMERICAN BEAUTIES, Newport's So
pJrtj Entertainers: SCHEPP'S COMEDY
CIRCUS, J'r.nlos, Posts nud Monkeys; AL.
ESPE and LAURA ROTH, 'Fort Nowhere";
"THE COUNSELLOR," With fhn*. Kins,
Virginia Thornton and Pietro KoswFi CAL.
STEWART, the Country Story TVller; POW
ELL and ROSE, Two Real Minstrel*; JULIE
COOPER and DELL MOORE, Classy Enter
tainers; GAUMONT WEEKLY.
Mat. Daily ut 2:SO, Nigbtfl at 7:1." n : ir..
Sundays and Holidays • Msls. at 1 :'Mj and
r.MO. Nights at 0:30 and 8:30.
PRICES-~1«V. 20c and 80c. Boxes and
Logos reserved for Mats, and First Night
Show. Pri.-p .',0.-.
ujEllil uf nury i
j fgfcfiffi wuyn.ii
get new life and vigor by
taking Scott's Emulsion
after every meal.
It revitalizes the watery
blood and furnishes Nature
with new nourishment to make
red, active, healthy blood and feeds
the nerve centers. Scott's
Emulsion strengthens the
bones and clothes them withj
Scott's Emulsion assimi
lates so quickly it conserves
energy and compels health.
Scott & Bowne, Bloom field, K. J. 12-7*
LET'S DINK AT
O'FARRKMi. NEAR I.ARKfX
Table d'Hote, $1.00; Sundays, $1.25,
MONDAY, NOYKMBKR 4, 1912.
A/iss Elizabeth IVestgate, di
rector and organist of vested choir
of First Presbyterian church.
RUBE COMEDIAN IS
SHOW IN HIMSELF
Cal Stewart of Phonograph Fame
Stars at Pantages With
OAKLAND, Nov. 3.—Cal Stewart,
whose voice lias been heard in phono
graph records in "rube" comedy from
unn end of tho country to the other by
thousands, was greeted with a real wel
come when he stepped on the stage at
the initial show at Pantages this after
noon. Stewart upheld his reputation
as an exponr-nt of country "lingo."
The bill this week is well t»a!aneed
with plenty of fun, good music and a
hit of drama. The latter is offered by-
Charles Kiner and Virginia Thornton,
with IMetro Sosso, who offer "The Coun
sellor." ;i comedy playlet, showing the
frailty of circumstantial evidence.
Minnie Palmer's Six American Beau
tit-s uphold thi> musical end of the pro
gram in a vocal arid instrumental
melange. Tho combination of violins,
cello and harp with pleasing voices
and taking songs makes a pleasing
feature of the bill.
Powell and Roee, who arc billed as
"The Real Minstrels," are well received
in i omedy of the hurrah order.
Srhepp'p Comedy Circus comprises,
besides Schepp, cleverly trained mon
keys, clogs and ponies, who go tiiun.
difficult and comical trick?.
Al Espe and Laura Rotb open the
program in •'F i *ort Nowhere," a whim
sical bit of jugarlins and comodw
G oldb c r
SPECIALS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
THANKSGIVING MONTH -ALL THE GOOD
THINGS FOR THE TABLE—TO EAT AND DRINK
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The I ea that always wins.
NATIVE SONS JOIN
FOR 1913 GATHERING
OAKLAND, Nov. 3.— The join' com
mit tee of Alameda county parlors of
in* Native Sons of the Golden West.
Which will campaign to secure the 131.;
celebration for this city. mot last
evening in the courtroom of -Hidge
Mortimer Smith. Congressman Joseph
JL Knowland presided, with Henry I.
Vopt as secretary. W. 11. X Hynes.
assistant district attorney, was chosen
! vice chairman and County Auditor B.
F. Garrison was elected treasurer.
i The committee will wage a campaign
to bring- the 1913 celebration of the
Native Sons of the Golden \\ est and
arrange for a festival demonstration
!In case»thcir efforts are successful.
I Committees on permanent organize
ftion, publicity and halls were appointed
and will meet November le.
The following were named:
, Conmiin.r 00 p*rpM«M organization H.
'Shrnnuskj. chairman: it. B. tew, A. J.
Summer* W. C. O'Connor Wd **i Unar.
Committee to confer «Uh similar «MBinltt»fl
from the (liambfr of Comin*rce la regard to
dedicating the tiuiui,i,al au.lltori..m when, r«m
nleted—A. 1- (Jcrhardt. cliairini.n: Tt. Ha rob,
!W 11 I.'. Hviips. 11. C. FlonkPii. E. F. t.arrl
s,,n WiliiHin Miinnliiß, Boech T>pan. lUnry V.
Vngt r. McCarty and W. J. Meet* •.
bub; Charles r»nrl*M. «• P^ ,Pl n » ?'
MorriMn, J. J. Hrigrew, K. K. rrwwn. VI..
(}erberdt. Boarh Pfiin anrl Wflllam Mannmsr.
CommittW! oo puMicttj M. B. M . ,>r: |) " 1 "- o
--chairman; .f. J. A. 1. BOOM. B. PliH
lips niid Ufiir.v F. V<>ct.
r#; Our If!
It Luncheon at
I 50 Cents J
will prove to be a sttrpris- J
ing delight and a satisfy- J
ing and tempting noonday
"bite."' Served daily from J
\ 11:30 to 2 W
& Come, liear the latest returns <a
by special wire on Tuesday ffl
Intevcning , while enjoying your J-3
Vjs dinner and an unusually
good entertainment (p^