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Paul Smith Tells East How
Things in Auto Way
Are Done Here
Sausalito to Vote on Road
Bonds Today—Notes for
LEON J. PINKSON
That Fftul Smith, stiles manager of
'he Lozler Motor company, was sin
•ere In his enthusiastic statements
ivhen here recently repardins Califor
iia and the prospects for the automo
bile industry is reflected in a state
ment that he save out to the eastern
iress upon his return to his head-
Uiarters in l»etrolt. In this state
ment, after ivaylnjf trihate to the
•dories of motoring In California. \ir.
•'mith dwelta on the .iiaiiKed selling
■o'Klition.s in this territory and ftloog
■ The sale of cars in California and
Mher far western statefl has reached a
point where the capacity Bf the local
;*g-ent for ettieient service
is the fire I i ■ i.-ii<l by the
•buyer. ? venture to say that almost
any of the b!gr Pacific coast dealers
with their huge service and sales
jbuHding* coaM terminate their sales
•agreements with almost any car man
ufacturer aad luakf r.otx) with another!
nr of differed grade and price mere- ;
;!y owing , jo t , on for pro
vidlng service That srrtion of thei
jpountry is altogether too far removed
from the motor car factories to make
direct I and I
found many Instances where superior
loral facilities had clinched sales.
"Of course oven efficient service will
not compensate for a badly constituted
car and the California purchaser has
already become a bis factor In ellns
inatinisr the umiesiralii- . lass of car
from the field.
"Times have never been better, how
ever, for the car manufacturer with a
reputation of years' stand ing-. The
fact that a motor car maker has been
in business fur mans , yearn Iβ bound to
• ivorablv on the average pur
jchaser. and this condition is nowhere
• ••ral than in the far west.
From what I learned in a hurried sur
vey of the situation, the automobile
maker who is builili-ig for the future,
Jwill t< to ti:<> service, facilities
■4of his various <oast dealers, and at
do !>i.- utmost to ron
■ it-- Impression of stability. The
epostles of the square deal are bound
'.to win out in the I
T* Jγ Rose. Who uup appointed Pa
oast manager of the* Lozier com
pany during Mr. Smith's trip here, has
now established the Sari Francisco
branch as his headquarters and is
getting; his office into shape. Mr,
Rose was formerly aasistatit manager
of the Ktudebaker corporation and
more recently manager <>r the com
pany's branch Iβ Portland. Ore. He
is one of the best known men in the
automobile industry and has a wide
acquaintance with motor car dealers
throughout the country. His ex
perience has amply fitted him for his
new post. The appointment of a < oast
manager is in line with the policy of
the Lozier company In perfecting Pa
cific coast service facilities. Ip to
Ibe present. Cozier coast service has
been under the supervision of the .San
Francisco branch manager.
*mi*alt<o Bond Election TtM§«T —The
citizens of Sausalito are to vote on a
bond issue today for the reconstruction
of the highway leading throughout the
incorporated township. The motor
car owners of JMarin county and thf-
San Franciscans who enjoy touring in
Mnrin have been busy urging the
voters to cast their ballots in favor of
the bonds, for this piece of roadway fa
one of the poorest throughout the en
FOR THE SUPERVISORS
Henry Payot to Feed Colleague* While
(.nrhxfcr Burn* Clone
Supervisor Henry Payot invited his
colleagues on the board <>f supervisors
and Mayor Rolph to a novel banquet
.yesterday, the scene of which is to be
the Islais creek municipal incinerator,
■which is now practically completed.
Mr. Payot, who ha* been most active
1n bringing about the construction of
the city garbage disposal plßnt. an
nounced that the Urea will be started
in the vats next week and that after a
month all would be in readiness for
"As soon ac we begin to burn the
first lot of garbage I \m going to have
you h'l partake of a banquet at. the
plant."' said Mr. Payot.
There was considerable laughter, not
■unmixed with sniffing.
•'Surely you don't mean to serve ua
garbage a la mode," cried Supervisor
sir," , retorted Payot. "It is to be
a real banquet, but I am going to prove
to you tTiat thin incinerator is abso
lutely odories* and that you can enjoy
a full course dinner while the garbage
is burning , close at hand."
Nobody promised to attend, hut Mr.
I»ayot says his invitation is serious and
that he will insist upon a full attend
SAN JOSE CATHOLICS
WELCOME BISHOP HANNA
I.odire of KuiKlita of < olumliux AMendn
Reception in a Body; All
(Special Dispatrh to The CulM
SAN JO?E. April 14.—Rev. Edward
J. Hanna, auxiliary biehop of San Fran
cisco, was the guest of lionor at a re
ception this evening at Hotel Vendome
by the Catholics of San Jose.
The local lodse of Knights of Colum
bus attended in a body and acted as
body guard, and all of the clergry of the
local churches were present.
Bishop Ilanna wae welcomed by
.l«»!en <"a»e < ontinurd—Over the <>b
n of i'oiinsel for the defendant,
Superior .ludgre Lawlor yestt-rday con
tinued the case of Dr. Otto C. joslen,
. charged wit!) betrayal, until May 6 for
\trial. A bench warrant for the arrest
of Eth*»l Williams, complaining witness
against the physician, was issued by
the court. Ethel Williams, her mother
find her sister, disappeared from
San Francisco March 29. Th<=-y were
lust heard of in Ontario, near Ccm An
Monthly High Jinks — The second
monthly high jinks and smoker of the
North Beach "Boosters' " club will be
held this evening at the Fior d Italia
restaurant in Broadway. More than
J«fl member* and friends have signified
their intention of contributing to the
entertainment, which will comprise
pongs, instrumental music and speeches.
The committee in charge Is A! Devoto,
Dismo Denegri, Herbert Motroni. Dr.
; A. Toßiiotti and .1. Hacigaiupi.
JOEL A. HAHLAN, BUSINESS MAN— Murtine*.
April 14. — Jotl A. Murliin. for m«tiv ]
resident ol tbe San Rnmon valley, and former
business man of Wslwtt I'lwt." ciici! at Uμ
■ >f bis parent*, Mr. ami Mr«. r.lisUe Har
!;in, in San Ramon. .\e»ter«l«y at the age of :J7.
At one time be was the owner at muiiy tu<
. hbmee which hevn rewwtis on
Use Contra Co*U racecourse^
Mrs. Bruguiere Loses
Famous Divorce Upheld
i\fn, Marion Andrews Bruguiae.
Court Sustains Demurrer In Alimony Suit
And Society Pet Loses Her Fight
Mrs. Maryon Andrews Denning Bru
guiere, petted by the smart set of New
York and Newport, now a resident of
Paris, yesterday lost her legal fight to
have herself declared the wife of Dr.
Peder S. Bruguiere, society physician,
who has wed thrice, when Judge Van
Xostrand sustained the demurrer to
Mrs. Bruguiere's suit' for $400 a month
as separate maintenance. The ruling
of the court safeguards Doctor Bru
guiere's more recent marriage with
Nana King TownwnJ, stepdaughter of
the late A. C. Townsend, candy manu
facturer, !i! that it holds that Doctor
Bruguiere's divorce, obtained by him at
Reno from Maryon Andrews Bruguiere,
shall be recognized U VftlM.
The plaiiniff still retains tho name of
Bruguiere, but she loses her demand
for $250 a-limony that she sought for
herself. She asked also $150 for the sup
port of Peder 8. Bruguiore Jr., and
this was denied. The boy is now with
his maternal grandmother at Pough
kefpsje. If. Y-. and , Attorney Archi
bald .1. Treat, on behalf of Doctor Bru
! Kuiere, snid yesterday that the father
IN CONTRA COSTA
Business Agent of Boiler
Makers' Lodges Does
"t ,T - McGulre, husi
<iw*oE! wcip n<M» agent for the
Boiler Makers' lodg.es
of tliis city, after an absence of cix
days la Avan. near Martinez, Contra
Costa county, has returned. During
his absence he succeeded in unionizing
a plant there which has a contract to
build M oil tanks and will furnish
employment for about 50 boiler makers
during eight or nine month*.
While in that place IS men arrived
from Ohio to work cm these tanks, but
when they, a number of them being
nonunion men, learned that It was not
a union job, declined to go to work.
The nonunionisle agreed to join the
union, and when the contractors dis
covered the situation, they announced
that they would Pay the men $4.75 a
day and not require them to work more
than eight hours per day.
.Business Agent McGulre is now work
ing: to unionize the Western Pipe end
steel company of Richmond, the, Lacy
company of Los Angelas and the Stand
ard OH company, the latter particu
larly as to pipework.
P. O'Flalloran, J. Powers and M. J.
KfoOulr*, representing the boiler mak
ers of this city and Andrew J. Gal
laglipr, representing the San Francisco
Labor council, had a conference last
Saturday with Mayor Rolph in relation
to the board of public works permit
ting a contract for boilers for the relief
home to go to a St. Louis firm that
works its men nine hours a day and
pays them 4i» cents an hour and paye
helpers from 25 to 30 cents an hour.
It was asserted to Uμ mayor that
the contract had been let to a San
I'rancisro man, who. in violation of the
charter, is having the work done out
side of the state. The mayor informed
the committee that •he will have
the city attorney's office furnish
him all the law bearing on this mat
ter, will obtain information from the
board of works and will then have
another conference on the subject.
Local No. 22 of the United Brother
hood of Carpenters and Joiners, at its
last mating, unanimously voted
against any compromise by the city
with the I'niUd Railroads In relation
to lower Market street tracks.
The local contributed $5 for tickets
for the picnic to be given by the
Riggers ,, and Stevedores' association,
made a donation of $10 to the local
Boot and Shoe Workers, on strike, and
assisted members out of work to the
••xtont of 921 and paid 533 in accident
Kleven member* from other locals
were admitted to membership on trans
ur ranis and a like number of can
didates were obligated.
* ♦ *
Materia] Teamsters' union, local
\o. on last Saturday night, jn
(•reased its membership by
r> rnndidAtes and received 11 new ap
THE SAX .FKANOTSCO CALL, TUESDAY, APRn. 1-. 101-°..
has been providing regularly for the
necessaries of the boy.
IS WOT IN MTV? YORK STATE
One legal aspect of the Bruguiere
case is that Mrs. Maryon Andrews Bru
ffuiere is the wife of Doctor Bruguiere
In 7\'t?w York state, where. In March,
1010, the New York courts held that
the Reno decree of the San Francisco
physician was of noneffect and granted
her an annulment of marriage to J.
9t«Wart Denning, a broker, whom she
had married, believing herself to have
been legally freed from Doctor Bru
guiere by the Nevada court. Mrs. Bru
guiere Is now at Paris, having left this
city after testifying: in the mainte
nance suit last August.
In sustaining tho demurrer of Doc
tor Bruguiere, Judge Van Nostratld
"It can not be said that the plaintiff
has come Into this court with clean
hands. She acquiesced in the Nevada
divorce and treated it ac valid. Then
she took advantage of the Nevada
divorce and married again. Now. after
the defendant has remarried and has
had children by his second wife, or
in other words, aft«r a lapse of six or
seven years, all of the dictates of equity
and eetoppal are against the plaintiff
in attacking the validity of the Reno
LAW I PHOLDS MARITAL RELATION
"The policy of the law is to uphold
the marital relation. Marriage is one
of the institutions of society necessary
to its perpetuity, and the courte al
ways, where possible, retain the mar
riage status rather than look for means
to disturb it."
Maryon Andrews Brugulere was the
?econd wife of Doctor Bruguiere Hβ
met and married her after the courts
had divorced him and Madeline Mc-
Kissick. Doctor Brugifiere and hi 3 sec
ond spouse lived happily until 1904
when Mre. Brugulere left him. and the
doctor went to Reno, where on Sep
tember 16. 1905, he obtained the mooted
divorce decree. Mrs. Bruguiere had
gone to New York, where she married
Denning, while Doctor Bruguiere again
$ ig m ALSO
I +m SAX BERNARDINO,
I S. PASADENA and
JL mm riverside.
Redlands and Back, $12.40
Via Coast Line
From Third 5t Station... 7:00 a. m., StOO a. m., 4:00 p. m., Bp. m. f 10:00 p. m.
Via San Joaquin Valley Line
Frem Ferry Station....» 10:40 a. m., 4:40 p. m., 6:20 p. m.
From Oakland (16th St.) ...11:14 a. m., 5:14 p. m., 6:54 p. m.
STOPOVERS ON ftETUfcN TRIP
FItfAI. RETUBN LIMIT MAT 2
MISSION PLAY at SAN GABRIEL, 9 miles
from Los Angeles by Electric Line.
*,V.\ HtANCffICO; need maiding. Palt«* HotH. r«rr.v Ptettoa. Phono Kearnx 31<H)
Third tml T<nvn«enii .sti-cptu Station. Phone Kearay is<i
t)Hkl«nrt; Broadway ami Tiilrteebth St. Piiou* Oetliiml 182
Sixtfi'iitli Stropt Statlmi. Phon*- LakeaMe 14">O
First Stren Stntion. I'ticsa* Oaklsnd 7W»O.
BAT CALIFORNIA RAISIN'S, APRIL SO.
Former r<>t«imanter fienera! Prank
Hitchcn< k, ciigfncer of the Taft steal i
roller at the Chicago convention tha;
es.ttsed the split in the republican party,
is in tlu- city ai the Faiiriont.
Mr. TTitchccHk -vrit t>> Sacramento
yesterday to ypt a good look ;i t tii ,
bull moose in operation »nd to »ci i
line on what riusb he feeds that h«
hath grown so great.
The man Who Ironed <>ut the ruffles
for Mr. Taft. yet paved the former
president's day to defeat, said that fie
was not in California to takv any part
Mr. FittchcOok said he was not inter
ested at present in republican reorgani
zatlon. It t- was fo i itf< t* nwa i 1 the on t -
come of some of the wfleon policlt-s be-'
foi-e he attompt«4 to look to the re
training of the party elrpbar.t.
The eteam roller, lv- said, bad been
covered wiHi the fafp'a'tSfTln nt political
charity and sidetracked in th> round
Political situations, he eaid, were not.
of interest to him ;it present. The re
publican party could afford to rest o*.
its laurels, h»» declared, and' let the
years bring forth evidence of what
g-ood it had done for the country. Ho
said he was only Indirectly interested
in the present California legislature
and was pleased to i«ee the null moone
in his native hauntis. where he ruami at
Postmaster Arthur Fist and Mr.
Hitchcock motored to San FrancUco
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
+ , -♦
I Marriage Licenses
SAN WMAMCncO .
The following marriag* licenses were Insue<l
Monday. April 14. 1913:
BELL— WHALlN—Charles N. Bell, 27. and I/>tta
Whalln, 21. both of 1055 Mawn street.
BRUCB—COLUMBIA—Edwin SI. »ru<e. 21. Wfl
Bryant street, and Josephine Columbia, 18.
CIM.EN—-WILMAMH— Charles E. Cullen. 24.
2205 Mission street, and Susie Williams, 1»,
757 Valencia street.
C! KfTCHET LAURENZ-—John C<mitrh*t, M,
Evanston, Wyo., and Mariana Lauren*, .'J2.
GREEN—WAIiSH—rrank Oreen. Sft. IT.". Sixth
street, and Kitty W. WaUh, 32, Penearola,
GOOD —WITHROW— Robert W. Good, 2J». 1«31
Sutter street, aud Sadie Withrow. 2n. 939 Ml*
HAMILTON— WYMAN— John H. iftmlitoii. 4fl.
San Diego, and Saliie Wyman, S4. St. lahjls.
Hid! -ERA— NELSON Charles J. Higufra. 2fi,
726 Fourteenth street, and Anna Nelson, I'".. (
Heber City. Utah.
HOPKINS—HEXTZELL—John F. Hopkins. 21.
100 Alabama street, and Florence Hentzell, l<.
.".22C Eighteenth etreet.
JACKSON—MARTIN—John W. Jackson. 36,
Hotel Howard, aud Kate Martin, 19. Bandon,
LEHTANEN-WESALA—Johan W. Lehtanen. ?,0.
Iβ Guy place, and Wendla A. Wesala, ;tO, Mill
LEWIS—DRISCOLL— Archie 21. 413 Bart
lett «treet, aud Ulllan Driscoll. IS, 6(30 Colton
SliiTltDY -BARKER—Frnnk 0. McCurdy, 23.
lOfj Alma avenue, and Mac T. Barker. 1241
MARRACO—PE-DKPRADE— Joseph Marraco. 24.
1528 Church utreei. jiud Rose I'edeprade. 24.
O'CONXET.I,—O'CONNOR—John P. o'Connell. 24.
1107 Potrero avenuv, und Pauline A. O'Connor,
24. Ban Rafael.
REDINGER—-MALCRIDA —Paul Reflinger. 27.
aud HenrWte Malciida, 28, both of 1238 Leav
RITHMOND—MATHIAS —Carl Riciimond. 49.
Stocktou. aud Nettle MatbJas, 46, Alexandria
bar, N. Y.
ROSSI—PF.RU7.ZA—ABtttiN Jto»sl. SO. 2«12A
Twenty-flrst etreet. an4 Maria Perusza, 18, 12
BHBRBURNB— W. Sh»r
burne. 23, 1128 Pine street, and Jennie R.
Baveerool. 22. 104 Presidio a»enu«.
SPANGER—BEAN—Joseph F. Spanger, TA. Hotel
Alexander, and Eliiabetb M, Bean. M, West
THROWER— ROONTST— Andrew J. Thrower. 2f.,
1538 Kentncky street, and Myrtle L. Roonfy.
IS. K2P Tweutynecon.l street.
TOMLIXSON—ANDERSON— A. Tomlin
eon. Sβ, 104 Olive avenne. and Alice M. An
derstin, 26. 710 Ellis street.
WARBHAN —LOCK —Lay ton J. Warehan. Sβ.
Oakland, and Theodora Lock, 80, 955 Golden
WENCKIEWICZ—JAKIBIEIi»KE— Antone Won
ckiewicz. 29. and Franciska Jakiblelsk«, 20,
both of B*o Ninth
WHITK3IDE —WPaffT— Wtltlam J. Whitealde. 40.
and OllTe Welnt, Br>. both of AnjyeJen.
WILSON— YBSfyB—Klmo <J. Wilson. 21. »48 Poet
utreet, and Victoria E. Yesle, 20, 1739 Pine
The following marriage licenses were lssneil
Monday. April 14. 1913:
BLACKBALL— PACK— Alexander R. M. Black
hall, 81, Taft. and Grace I*. Pack, 32, Berke
BLTJMMER—SLIVON—CharIes H. Blummer, 80,
Oakland, and Marie Slivon, 21. Chicago.
BRIERLY—BUKER—John L. Brlerly. 21, and
Grace A. Bufcer. 17. both of Oakland.
CANSTBN—FBNN—James H. Caneten. 44. Love
lock, and Marie D. Fenn, 31, New Tork.
ERITARD—-ANDERSEN— J. W. Erhard. 42. and
Jessie V. Anderson. 27, both of Los Angela*.
nAAS—WHITE—JohnIe A. Haas, 2fi. and Grace
Wliire. 22. both of San Jo#e.
JENSEN—CONNER—AIbIn Jensen. 28. Oakland,
and Rena M. Conner, 10. Witter Springs.
_ JOHN-SOX --NYQUIST— Axel B. Johnson. 17.
CHILE WILL COME
FrOm the etate department yeeter
rly H rariiP tlie tu-w« that Chile lias ac
cepted the invitation extended all na
to partlcipeie In the Panama-Pa
tiQc exposition In !>IS. Chile is the
twvnty-sixtl: forf-lpn country to de
t ';ue itk intPMtlon.
Artut-H Korea, consul of Chile in San
Prantieco, was much gratified that his
country hs>! fallen In Hue. He said the
South American nation would make a
Consul Lorca neld that Don Kduardo
SulrVfc, pnvny c-xtraoTdlnary and min
ister plenipotentiary of Chili to |M
fnitt'il Slates would Ctttttt tO San
Friiiuipio In t!;p iif>ar fUtttre to ihd!
eatc Chile , * sitp.
James E. Sullivan, tlirector of ftth
ietlbt, returned from Kos Angfplee yps
t«*d«y and tUted titnl athletes in the
southland are detlght*4 with the pro*
ptx-ts for an HthWW- towrnampnt in
1915. and they WouUl send their he«t
to Han l-'rant■!.«<••» during: the expoei
A n»jrfilar nieel!n« of thP Michigan
Society of California will i>a held Iβ
the Palare hotPl this evening , at 8
O'clock. The purpose ix Iβ hear the
report* of ctmmittoM, to perfect or
«an4zatlon and to conpider other mat
At the session of the national
draining congress in St. Louis Satur
day. It was voted unanimously to hold
its 1915 meeting in thin olty.
.T. !,. ('rain: of Stockton, was elected
fourth vice president.
Chicago. and I.otti" K. Nvqulst. .",6. Canibv.
23. and Mary Viseovl.'h. 18. both of Oakland.
ROBINSON- IM'KEUIW Robert S. Rohinvn.
St. and Sophie I, I.'uUeiow, 99, both of Oak
SILVERNAIL—Wt'RTSi -Albert H. Silvernai!,
22. mk! ItHt>a 8. Wnrts. Itt, both of Oakland.
SLATES CRONlN—Charles M. Slate*. 38, ami
Mary M. Cioniu. 17, both of Oakland.
DA LEY.-In this city. April 7. 1913, to the wife.
of m. Daley, a son.
O'CONNOR-la Alameda. April 12. IMS, to tb/
wife of ('. J. O'Connor a daughter.
SIMON SNYDER, GENERAL U. S. A. —Reading.
Pa., April 14. —Brigadier General Simon Sny
dfr, I. f». A., retired, wuo served in the civil
war. Iv man.r Indian campaign* ami in Cuba
and in the Philippines, died last night of pneu
monia. He wa« 75 years old.
0. F. HEARTWELL, PIONEJEK I. 0. 0. F.—l/os
Angeles. April 14.—Oscar F. Heartwell. aged
i»."> years, and ««ld to be th<" oldest Odd Fellow
In the etaip, die<! at Ml home In Unntlngton
Rian.-hini. Joseph .. 4t Leabev. Mary Hjj
Carrasco. Clemen re. .-- Matbewe, Mary R. . So ,
Collins. John 00 Mitchell. Maria SO
Corbin (Infant) Niemann, Caroline..""
Dalev (Infant! O'Reilly. Minnie ...—
Dewer. Daniel 1 58' Plant, Raymond H. 59
Durmlgau, Strtw Rl< c. Frank A —
Mary S5 Kodgers. Rose —
Dtivall. Alexandra . . SO Scamnion. Julie ....SO
Ehrnborg. Lonis 74 Scot!He, Charles 7f»
Farley, Margaret J. — Smlib, .Tane M B7 j
Fripiliand. Jacob ... 14 Smith. John J —
Haeviier. Linda R... 76 Supnie, Patrick ... «W
Handyside. Glenn A. 27 Taylor. Amelia P...75
Hamilton. Rev. Guy 78 Toudy. Mary J 72
Holden. Ramuel P...— Warren. Elisabeth... 52
Hottlnger. Catherine. "7 Waters. Margaret .. —
Hurley, Jeremiah 3. 88 Williams, William. 76
Isaac*. Kate S M Winters (Card*
Jeans. George W.... r>o Kellegarde (Card)
BIANCHINI-In this city. April 18, IMS, Joseph
Biancblni, dearly betoited husband of Alalde
ftianebinl. and loving lather of Pompeo, Egl
dlo. Mario, Bonino. Emma and O!ga Blanehini,
ii native of Ponte San Pletro, Lucca, Italy,
aged 47 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednes
day). April Iβ. lfHB. at 1 o'clock p. m.. from
the funeral parlors of Valente, Marlnl. Marale
& Co., «49 C.reen street, thence to Sts. Peter
and Paul (Italian) church, where a benedic
tion will be held, thence to cemetery.
CARRASCO--In this Hty. April Iβ. 101.1, Cle
mi-nte R., beloved husband of Alice R. Car
rasco. and devoted father of Mac. Herbert.
Kngene, El wood. Albert Victor. Antta and
Lenore Carrasco. a native- of Piura. Peru.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
rlfed to attend the funeral today (Tuesday).
at 2 p. m.. from his late residence. 770 Cote
street. Interment (private) Cypress Lawn
cemetery, by automobile.
COLLINS—In this Jflty. April 13. 1913. John,
husband of the ljrft> KlU>n Collina, a native of
Ireland, aged 60 yeare.
CORBIN— In this city. April 12. 1813. Nettle
Lucile Corbin. dearly beloved child of William
8. and Ncttlo Corbin, and sister of William 8.
Corbin Jr.. a native of San Francireo. Cal..
aged 9 months and 9 days. (Los Angeles papers
Friends and aeqnalntances are respectfuilv In-
Tiled to attend thr> funeral today (Tuesday),
April IS, at 10:30 a. m.. from the mortuary
chapel of thp Golden Gate Undertaking Com
pany. 247r> Mission street near Twenty-first.
Interment Mount Olivet cemetery, by automo
DALEY—In this rffy. April 12, 1913. John A.,
infant son <>f Jobu M. Daley, a native of San
FrsSctMa), Cal.. aged 7 day*.
DEWEY—In this cily. April 13. 1913. Dauiei 1...
huehand of Xfttie Dewey, a native of Massa
chusetts, aged 58 years.
Friends aud acquaintances are re*peetfnlly In
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (WednM*
iliiyi, at £ o'clock p. in., from Golden Gate
Couiinandery brll. 2137 Suiter street, under
ilie auspice* of* California Lodge No. 1. F. Jr
A. M. Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery, by
nutomnbile. Remains at the chapel of Halsted
& Co.. 1122 Sottr'i- street.
DUKTNIGAN—In this clt.v. April 14. 191". Sister
Mary Raymond DBflDlgan (Sister of Mercy), a
native of San Francisco, aged .V> years.
Requiem muss- tomorrow (Wednesday) at
:>.::(i -.'clock, to the chape! of «t. CutUorine's
Home, 001 I'otrcri> avenue. Funeral imme
diately after. Tntennent Holy Crocs cemetery,
DUVALL—Iu I.ivermore, April 14, 1913. Alex
' audre. beloved husband of the late Rosalie
Piivall. father Of Mrs. Aruelie Stevens, (inrle
of Sirs. Rtisle Cop, gratiduncle of Alice. Bddie
and Emll Cop, a native of France, aged 80
Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains at the
p;irk>rs of Julius I. Godeau. 41 Van Nese ave
EHHNBOBG— In tfela elly. April 13. lftt.l. I*ule
Khriiborg, a native of Sweden, aged 74 years.
FARLEY—In this city. April 13. Margaret J.,
dearly beloved wife of Tnouta* Farley and be
ioveii mother of Nellie. Daniel, Thomas and
Wintam Farley, and M-s. .T. P. SulllTan and
beloved grandmother of Chnrles Hennessey
and Willie Farley, a native of County Cork.
Ireland. (Brookville, Canada, papers pleaee
Friende and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attetid the funeral tomorrow
(Wednesday) at 9 a.m.. from her late re*l- |
dence. 1521 Guerrero street corner of Duncan.
tbeoce to ft. Paul's church, where a solemn
rt'iinicni high mass *111 lie celebrated for the
repoM of Eef soul, connnenclntr at 9:3n b. m.
liircrinent, Holy Ctomi cemetery, by carriage.
FRIEDLAND- In Yonngntown, 0., Jacob, dearly
beloved son of David and Vary Ftlrdl.iml. be
loved brother of Mit. Janie«< Dumiirig. Mrs.
Chris Nrtson and Louis Friedland, a native of
Seattle. Wash., aged 14 yearn.
Friends and acqualutancee are refpectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Tuesday!,
April 15. at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the parlor*
of Theodor Dierks & Co.. 900 Divinaftero street
corner of MeAUlnter. Interment Salem ceme
tcrey. by automobile.
HAEVNER— In tliie city, April 13. 1913, Linda
8., Beloved wife of Jamea R. Haevner, and
sister of Edwin S. Renner of Weldoboro. Me.,
n native of Maine, aged TH years 7 months aud
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41 Van Nese Aye. 3810 Webster St.
8W QBlttinfcrt At*. Phone Otit. H9H
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personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
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thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of
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THE CtWTUmi COWP*Wr. TT WUWWAY »THCIT. NEW TOHK CITY.
Friends and sr-qnaiutanceii are respectfully in
rit«-d to attend the funeral tomorrow fWednes
day i. at 2 o'clock p. iv., from the funeral par
lore of Bunker & l.nni. 2«oe Mission etrttt be
tween Twenty-ot'coiid aud Twenty-third (Mis
; siou Masoulc tempi?). Cremation Cypress Lawn
HAMILTON-In Alanieda, April 14, 191.1. Rev.
Guy Hnmllioii. beloved husaftnd of the late
Nary L. Hamilton, and father of Mrs. Flor
••!!«■•■ AHlihy. Mrs. TYank Petty, Emma. Cliarles
i:.. Winifred aud Clyde If. IlauiiHoii. and
brother of William Hamilton, a native of Ire
land, aped "H years 8 months nnd 7 days.
Friends and acquHintnnree are reapertfully In
vited to attend the funeral services tomorrow
(Wednesday*, April 16, 191.1. at 4 o'clock
p. 8., Xt the realdenoe of tlie Truman Tnder
taking- Company, MSB Teleitraph avenue south
«e«t ..-onier of Thirtieth. Oakland. Interment
Rural ceineiery, Santa Rona, Cel., Thursday,
at 11:30 a. m.
HANDYSIDE-In this city. April 12. 1913, Glenn
A. Hundyiiide. beloved son of William R. and
Addie H. Handyside. and brother of Gladys l>.
Hatidyslde, r native of N>w York, aged 2T
years. A member of Clover Lodge No. 345,
I- 0, O. F., and Ambridf[<> Encampment No.
2.".9. I. O. O. F., of Ambride. Pa.; Canton San
Francisco No. 5, P. M.; Ambrldge Lodge No.
604. K. of P.. and Ruth Rebecca Lodge No. 1
of New Brighton. Pa.
Funeral services will be held at Odd Fellows'
hall. Seventh and Market etreet*. today
TTuesday). April 15, at 2 p. m.. under the
auspices of the General Relief Committee. I.
<>. it. F., and Canton San Francisco No. 5. P.
M.. I. O. O. F. Interment Mount Olivet ceme
tery. Remains at Gray's chapel, Geary and
HOLDER- In his city. April 14. 1913. Samuel
PtWce Holden. beloved niiebaud of Hester
Rolden, father of Kn, c. s. pope, Richard, St.
George. Kiennor. Anna. Octavia and Milward
Unl.iii;, h native of Yorkshire. Enjflaini.
K'lneral and Interment strictly private. Re
mans at Gray's chapel, Geary and Diviaadero
HOTTINOEE— Ih thl« city. April 14. 1913. Cath
erine, relict of the late Bernard Hottinger.
morher of Bernard. Eugene. Frederick and
Ernest Hottiuger and Mrs. Hose Gallagher.
Mrs. Josephlue Brunk. .Mrs. Gertrude Chord
and Mnrgaret Hottinger tuirt the late Charles,
Louis and Jnmej. Hottinger and Mrs. Alice
Peters, a nntiv* of England, aged 07 years.
Friends and acquaintances arc respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednes
day!. April Iβ, 1913, from the parlors of Julius
S. OOOeau, 41 Van Ness avenue, thence by
train from ferry depot, at 7:45 a. m., to Santa i
HURLEY—In Crockett. Contra Costa county.
April 13. 1913. Jeremiah J. Hurley, beloved
husband of Mary Hurley, father of Mary V..
Margaret F-, William P.. Agnu* N.. Daniel r.,
Josephine E.. Dorathy E. and Anna L. Hurley
and Mrs. Joseph Joseph of Rodeo and the late
John J.. Julia. E.. Timothy E. and Edna Hur
ley, and brother of Timothy Hurley of Rich
mond, Cal., a native of parish of Konneign,
County Cork. Ireland, aged oo years. (Boston
Globe please copy.)
The funeral will take plane tomorrow
(Wednesdayi. April 16. I9IS, leaving family
residence, at 9::S0 a. m., thence to St. Rose's
church, at Crockett, where a liigh mas« win
be caid at 10:15 a. m.. thence by 11:20 a. m
. train for San Francisco. Interment Holy
Cross cemetery, leaving foot of Market street
by funeral car at 12:50 p. ra.
ISAACS—Entered into rest. In this city. April
1". 1913. Kdte S. Isaacs, widow of Harry I.
Isaacs, beloved mother of Joshua D. Isaacs,
Mrs. [a A. Morgenstern and Mr*. Max Ahr*.
ham*, a native of London. England, aged 84
years -°» months and IS ,hi.\ «.
Notice of funeral hen-after.
JEANS —In tUts city. April 13, 191.1 Georce W. j
Jean*, beloved father of Mrs. Ethel FnuikHn.
Mrs. T. W. Johnson and M!s« rfWfl Jeans, a
native of California. Hsjed M year?.
T!:e fimiTul wrrloea will "be heM today
(Tuesday*, at 11 o'clock a. m., at the chapel
r>f Hal«t<<! & Co., 1122 Sntti'r street. Inter
ment Cyprp«s Lawn cemetery, by automobile.
LKAHEY—In this city. April 14. 1!tl.". Mpry. l.e
l»vrd widow uf the late Patrick Leshey. snd
winter of Mi«s Kate Kerrigan, and graadaiotbef
of FraiMi* l.eahey, a native of Ireiaudv aged
M years and II luont'us.
Friends and acquaintance* rcwpectfnlly ln
viiod to attend the funeral' tomormw (Wednes
day!, at 8:30 a. at., from the parlors of Leary
Brothers. 2f117 Twcnty-f.Hirth street between
RarrißOß and Bryant, thence to St. Peter'a
rhurcl). where n requiem hisii BtaM will lie
celebrated f;>r the repoae of her soul. com.
nifncing at » o'clock a. m. Interment Holy
MATHEWS -In Oakland. April 14. I*lB. Mnry
Reed Mathews. beloved granduiotl.tr ,vf Rey
I'alu'er Matbew.s and sister «t Mrs. Jaineo
Larue. Mrs. Carl Rirbenb*rg and the late
Cbtrlefl K. Palmer, a native of New York,
aged X years 7 luoathe and C days.
MITCHELL -In Alameda. April 1913. Maria,
relict of the late Robert M. Mitchell, sister
of Mre. Elisabeth Crlliey. ami mother of Frank.
George fc., Robert M. and Williaui A. Mitchell,
a native of England, aged 80 years r> uiontba
and 5 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral services today
(Tne«day>. at 2 o'clock p. m.. at the parlor* of
Jaroee Fowler. 2244 Santa Clara avenue, Ala
meda. Incineration California crematorium.
Interment private. Please omit flowers.
NnUtAOTJ-Tn tm» city. April 14. 1913. Caro
line, beloved wife of the late Robert Xi» ti>ann.
and devoted mother ot William A. and Rob«n
Niemann, and granUmother of Gnssie Nie
mann, a native of New York, agt-d 77 veais 4
months and 14 days.
Remain* at the parlors of Snlir A- Wieboldt,
KIST) Valencia strett see Twenty-flftb.
O'HEILLY—In Silter City. Nev.. April 12. 1913.
Minnie. IxOoved daughter of tlif l»te Michael
and Bβ** O'Keilly, n native of Oakland. Cai.
Friends and a<-«rnaintancv* are respectfully in ;
vil«Hl to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wwiiies'
dny>. April 16. 1813. at fl:30 o'clock a. ni..
from the parlors of Freeman * Co.. Eighth
and Brush streets. Oakland, thence to St.
Mary'a church, where a requiem high rnnsm
Will be celebrated for the repose of her *>oul,
cornmeneins: «t 10 o'clock a. m. Internr-nt St.
Mary's cemetery, Oakland.
PLANT—In this city. April in. KU3. Raymond
Heary Plant, beloved husband of Mac E.
Piant. and father of Mrs. W. S. Mancke, a
native of Canada, aged ~A) years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services tomorrow
(Wednesday), at 10 o'clock a. m.. at King
Solomon's hall. Fillniore street near Sutter.
under the auspices of King Soloraoa'* Lodge
No. 290. F. & A. M. Interment private.
Please omit flowers.
RICE -In this city. April 14. 1013, Fran* A..
William A. Halsted E. P. Halsted
IHlsilktesl (Se. C©o
BB 22 Safttor Sfamb
Phone Fraukliri i»U<".
Established ».> Wai. A. Ual-lttl. I$S3 i
Nβ connection witb any otbcr es
dearly beloved hu*b*nd of Emma S. Rice («>••
K«-khardt>. and devoted father of Emm* r.
Rice, a native of Pan Frnnctsro.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend tn«
funeral tomorrow (Wedneaday). at l>: 30 a. m.,
from his late residence, 135 Prerlln arenr*.
thence to St. Anthony's church, where a re
quiem high mast will be celebrated tor the re
luMf of Ills soul, commencing ar 10 o clocK
a. in. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
SODGEHS— At Colma. Saa Mateo county. April
14. 1!>1S. Rose, dearly l<eloTi-d wife of tit*
late Michael Hodgers, lorlog mother <£ J™"
F... Junius P., Hugh C. and Eugene B. Rodger*
and Mrs. Bd R. May. a natlre of parish of
Oonmany. County Donegal, Ireland.
acquaintances are respectfully
lnvlt»d "To attend the fnneral tomorrow
'Wednesday) at J>:80 a.m.. from her late
residence Colma, thence to St. Ann ■ church,
nliere a requiem high m««» will be celebrated
for the repose of her sonl, commencing »t 10
a. in. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
SCAMMON-In this city. April 14. 1913. Jtalla,
belored wife of I.eland 8. Feitnmoa. an* lor.
hilt mother of Harold and Frank Scammoc ■Hβ
Mrs. A. UiMipjjren, and daughter of th« let*
.li«eph and Mnrgaiet de Vlnney, and sister of
Mary E. Galloop, a native of San Franciteo,
aged 50 years. J --/' -
Remains at the parlerm D. J. Kenny, 1*53
E<l<ly street near Stetner.
BCOVTLLE—In Oaklami. April 14. 1M«, Ch*H*e
Scoville. beloved hrother of Mrs. Sarah Lam
bert, a native of Connecticut, aged 78 year*.
SMITH -At rest. In this city. April 33. m».
Jan* If., loTlng mother of Mrs. B. C. Pela
inatpr, Mrs. Stpren Gallyer, Mre. T. C. Ken
drirk and the late Georgia Irene Markham. a
iiHtivc of England, aged 67 year* S menthe and
Vriends and acquaintances «r* reepectfelly Iw
rltpd to attend the funeral service* today
iTuewlay). »t 2 p. m.. at her late residence,
MSA Sixth ayenue (Richmond Dlstrlctj. In
terment Woodlawn cemetery, by automobile.
SMITH -In this city. April U. 1»18, Joha Jo
seph, bploved husband of Fannie C. Smith, and
father of Catherine, Edward, Helen and Fran
cis Smith, brother of James A. Smith of lUnl
«la and Robert E. Smith of San Diego, a ca
tiro of Ireland. A member of Ign&tian Council
No. m, Y. M. 1., and the Gentlemen's Sodality
of Holy Redeemer church.
The fnneral will take place today (Tues
day*, at ft:3o o'clock a. m.. from his late resi
dence. 4ft22 Eighteenth street, theuce to Holy
Rpdeemer chufh. where a solemn requiem high
tnssß will be celebrated for the repoee of hi*
sou!, commencing at \Q o'clock a. m. Interment
Holy (..'rows rpnietery. by funeral car from Thir
teenth and West Mission streets.
BUORUE—-In Oatland. Apr:! 13. 191.*!. Patrick,
dearly beloTtnl husband of the late Mary
Siigrue. father of Mrs. John Quinn and the
lare John J. and Cornelius Siigrue, uncle of
Michael. Timothy. John and William Sugrue,
the late Mrs. .1. Herllhy. ISfrs. J. Horan. a na
tiTe of Obrcnnan. County Kerry, Ireland, aged
Friends and acquaintances ar<« respeV-tfnlly in-
Titeil tr> attend the funeral tomorrow rWedn«>s
'lay>, April 16. 1913. at 9:30 o'clock a. m..
fmni thp daughter's I.TSS Eleventh
street, thencp to St. Pnirlr-k> church, where a
solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the
rei>"sc- of liis soul, commencing at 10 o'clock
«. m. Intrrment St. Mary'a cemetrry, Oak
TAYLOR—In th!s city. April 14. IMS. Amelia
1 , ., rteerly belor<«d wife of the late W. H.
Taylor, aunt of Charles Elklns Taylor of Chi
cago and Mr*. Alfred C. Gehret of BurlltiKame.
a native of Vermont, aged 75 years li months
and 1" days.
Remains at the chappl of the Trnman In
dertaktne company. 1919 Mission street be
tween Fifteenth and Sixteenth. Notice of
TOUDY—In this city, April 14. 1913. Mary Jao».
beloved wife of j. C. Tondr. and mother of
K'od W. Jowly Riid Mrs. 1,. ?:«nkin, a naUKe
of New York, aged 72 yeaii 5 months and 27
Friends and acquaintances aro respectfully in
vited to attend th<- funeral services tomorrow
'Wednesdayi. April Iβ, 1013. at 10 o'clock
a. m.. at tlte parlors of the Western Addition
Funeral Director*. 1724 Divisariero street be
tween Slitter and Bush. Interment prlrate.
PIMMt (itiiit flowers. v
WARREN-ln thla city, April 14. u>l3. FJlza-
I'ftli. lifloved wife of the late C H. Warren,
and loTifig father of Dr. 11. S. Warren ajvt
Mrs. w. R. Jar-kman. sinter of Hrtrace f»t»tit.
fonl. Mrs. T. T. Crittcnden and W. B. Stani
fiiril. n nntivo of Milwaukee, Wls., aged i'J
fetn 11 nioyths avid 10 dityn.
Krif-iids nrf respectfully invited to attend the
funersl serWces tomorrow i W»><ln«*sda.v», April
Irt. im::. Ht 2 p. m.. at (Jiay"s chapel. Geary
ami Dlvisadero street*. Interment private.
WATERS-In thic .ity. April 14. 1913, Margaret
Waters, I>»'l'JV'>(l mother of Mr-. J. E. Bitier,
Mrs. p. B. <;oi(lstoif. Mrs. E. L. Flncham,
Mrs. May Dahl and the late Annie H. and John
Waters, a native of Ireland.
Kemeiii* at the parlors of the H. T. Maass
Company. 13.'i5 Golden Gate avenue.
WILLIAMS—In this city. April 13. lfll.l, W!l
-linni 11. Willlanix, a native of Florida, aged
CARD OF THANKS.
BELLEGARDE —Wo hereby wish to tender onr
ainrere thatiks to the many friends of our late
daughter and sister. Olina Juliette Bellegarde.
for iht- beautiful ficirel offcrlßM and for the
< xiiifortitiK "tynijiathies ext'-nded us duriug the
Fad hours of our latt- bereavement
J. B. BKIXKGARPR.
CARI> OF THANKS.
WINTEE*—Ttie family of the late Amelia Win
tt-rs herewith desii" to express their heartfelt
thank* ami appreciation to the many friends
and ai-quaititaucex for t!ic many beautiful floral
offering! and for tbe nifuiy acts of klndnees e*
tendmi during the «a<i hour* of their Ute be
BROWN * KKNNEDT. FLOKAL ARTISTS, 3091
IRth nr. Valencia—Onion stor*; funeral werfc v.
gpgfinity at lowest prices. Phoue Market 5T25.
Mary im@wBir SriS\A'ss^i
of FLORA!. WORK end choice COT FLOWERS.
J J 27M1 MISSION.
T»>. MUblob 59.55. Funeral wtjrk • upecUlty.
CLEIS A JAOOBSON. Boilitn: artUUc
dfslfm BpoeUlty. 942 Fillmore «t.; Park 363.
SHiUKl.finr-MANN CO.. Uie lesdinc florists, 1201
Suttpr; Franklin gO'M. Frank ShlbHey. Mer.
CN'lu.N FLORISTS, pnane Markit ;V_>S3—Fiinersl
work A SOir 3«ih St. nonr MtMte*.
I'AtlK FLORAL. 14.HT Haißht nt.; phone Park
X36—Cnt Bowprn. plant". »tc. R. OroW. Prop.
995 Msrtsft Sftir©s(t
S! TTF.H i;!i:,. FIOME Hit),
i ■(•niftcry IMiono. MtasiM 8341,
All arraiinemoufs fur buriali or crfmatlon«,
made at city uffico or .Specie! atten
tion giwn (o KEMOVALS frtmi oMcit.r »•♦«**•
Kntiri- ofmebry under perpetual oar*.
Kuarnateed our Perpetual C%r« r«M of