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LAUNDRIES REOPENED
ON OPEN SHOP BASIS
Seven ' Oakland Concerns
Resume Operations With
Nonunion Help
STRIKERS YET.^FIRM
Denounce Students of Uni
versity Who Are Taking
-Their Places
OAKLAND. June 3. — Open shop has
been declared by the members of . the
laundry owners' association ; of Ala
raeda county. Seven laundries in .this
city began operations this morning
with nonunion help.- The "employers
assert that they viirgjv^ employment
to all who appJy.
The members of the laundry work
ers' union, who have been" on strike
for the last 10 we^ics, claim that it
\u25a0will be Impossible to encase-enough
help to operate the laundries on * paj"-.
jng basis under present conditions, and-;
that sooner or later the employers must;
grant the demand of the union .for. arr
<?ight hour day. In almost-- all' the.,
laundrift*. owners and stock, holders
were doing a part of the' work thls
morning, but President Ferguson of thc£
laundry owners' association -.asserted"
that es -soon as .It' we.s' demonstrated;
that permanent open shop had .been d*^
clared plenty of help would be araii
able. • ;\u25a0.. '•- ;,i - :\u25a0'"\u25a0
Secretarj' Gray of, the laundry work
ers said this morning that the opening
of- the laundries witty nonunion help
<lid not mean the end of the strike.
Not until the demand for an eight hour
day was granted would the members b*:
the union return to work.
College men accused of taking the
places of striking laundry girl oper
ators in Oakland are denounced by the
officials of the laundry workers' union
in Oakland in a caustic letter received
today by "Tara" McArthur. editor of
the University of California student
daily.' -the Californian. The college ed
itor is requested by the Oakland union
officials to give publicity in the Cali
fornian to the following:
V« the Editor d Dally C»lu*onii«D. Berkeley.
Cal.— Dear Sir: It has been called to our at
tention tUrouffb the dally jiress. and, alsfl by
positive Information lodztii by wemherx of our
<-raft, th«t Pertain student* of tbe University
of Calffornia are workin* in the .Yosemite Jann
«lrj\ situated on Franklin street, near Third, in
Oakland, Ca!. The former employes of t'jis
lanuJry. who are inembors of our. organiiatioti,
are al present on strike to better, tbeir conJl
tl"as.
' \VV Jx-UfTe that it would not, reflect to t^e
<-r«»(llt «>f Out jnvvl ainie of tUe Onjverslty »t
California.- of tiie ,-tu4.>m boiir In peaeral. and
lilflier «H]>icatitm in iierticviar. for such a couis*
to l>o OMUtiawtd ia by tie members of. the «tj
<lc-ut body. [1 vvnu'il ai>|>ear to us thiit a mem
ber of tlie f,i udent Iwxly who would supplant a
pirl. at ilie preHSßt time on strike to secure a
wa?e tiiat will enable L«f to eiirt •in such a
manner that r!io may become a wseful member
<if sot-iery. i« larkin? not only in . tlie elemental
!>m in ti.i- fandameutai prinfrlples that go Ij
<-«iaipose i :i<» s**ntleman. lie is sot only an lo
flu^trial but a moral scab. He takes adrairtage
of the opportunity to secure a higher education
fur himself and better his own «ocial condition
mwl nt the Mine time doe* hi« utmiw-t by work
ins 'as a strike breaker, not only to lower the
wicisl conditions of the j:ir!s jvho are oa strike,
tint in eventually drive them to absolute waut.
While we dwply rrsret the necessity, for send
ing suoh a commnnicatiou. \u25a0we feel that ." ft -. is
JmperatiTe for us to do so.* While we realliw
• hat the Ftudent body may not have the fnltrc
control orer »ac ; indiridnal . members, we f«»ri
ihat an expression of 'disapproval, by the ma-,
jnrity of the members would do much toward
the discontinuance of " the practice "by the'stu-*
dents. .-..:. • :\u25a0 -;- * -*-"\u25a0-.,«- -\u25a0 v- •\u25a0--•\u25a0' ;•;\u25a0..-'
Trtistlßg that \u25a0 ihs»- matter- will meet -with' yoar
prompt ajjproval, we t»eg to remain, yours very
(TtTiTiMOri t ) WTTTf
STEAM* I,AUKDBT WORKKH? 1 UNION'. 1 I-O
CAt, 'M. By GUV F..THURBER.
CAUKIE PARMEB, .secretary. President.
NEGRO BOY MAY BE SENT
TO SEA BY THE COURT
Judge Melvin of Oakland Wants to
Save Fifteen Year Old Prisoner/ '•
\u25a0 From Reform School
OAKDAXD. June • 3.— "Rather than
p«>nd this boy to the reform school,
where he will come in contact, with ex
perts in thievery, I will continue the
case one week, with the idea of having
him sent to sea," said Judge Henry A-
Melvin today when Harry '.Hawkins,'
charged with stealing a" bicycle, -was
brought before" him. Hawkins Is. 15
years of age and colored and has been
in the county Jail several months await-,
ing the appointment of a probation-of
ficer. Today Judge -Melvin suggested
the alternative of having the boy. sent
to sea.by his relatives.
BENEFIT FOR CHURCH MISSION
OAKLAND, June 3. — The ladies of SL
Philip's Episcopal mission "will give a
d ramatic entertainment Tuesday/* even
ing at the Guild hall, Capp street, and
Nichols avenue. Two plays.' written by
Mrs. S. Montgomery, Haslett .of Ala T
meda, will be presented. -Mr. and Mrs.
Anson Hilton have charge of the music.
A chorus composed of selected voices
will take part In the; program. ' Miss
Agnes Buchanan Is head of the commit
tee which has charge of the entertain
ment. The affair will be giv-en for the
benefit of the mission's "building fund.
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COVAS: NQTIGE
THE OAKLAND OFFICE OF
Tfip Oiill
Business Office and JEditorial Rooms
I^HBB^HHfIHHBHiBSBfiBnBiHI^BOBBBHSH*HH*B9iKSuS
. >;- \u0084 .i~.~ ' * ~-\~- ?\u25a0**"\u25a0*-:'..-':"-'.'.'\u25a0 '-' ' '\u25a0\u25a0- - ' J«i. .'.-\u25a0\u25a0 ","\u25a0'\u25a0
' Between .Broadway :\ and Washington; Street
v *•*•'•\u25a0'" --'-' ~'' y j" ' ."-.'\u25a0- .-"*' \u25a0-- - - '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0- • :'-. \u25a0'•'.'.\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0-1
STARTS CRUSADE ON
ILLICIT ROADHOUSES
Sheriff * Barnet: Proceeding
Against Resorts ; Selling
Liquor Unlawfully
RESIDENTS COMPLAIN
Declare That :'« Places Are
Too Disorderly to^ Be:
- Permitted to Run
OAKLAND, June 3.— Owners of . road
house resorts throughout the county
who sell liquor withouf-licenses arc-to
be.ivigqrously.- prosecuted, - according^ to
a. statement! made' by ;'.; '. Sheriff ,'" Frank
Barnet today. ' As , the \u25a0; first i step .in his
crusade "against: the, illegal places Bar
net ' arrested Otto I Schwartz, -proprietor
of Baurhofer's. gardens. in : Upper Fruit
y&\e.~\u25a0.-':. ;\u25a0'\u25a0 ".. >"\u25a0\u25a0.-*' :\ ; ' ' \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 -, \u25a0 [^ :\u25a0'\u25a0'
, Schwartz" application' for a license
wa? denied '. : by"" : , the ".-' board - of '_ super
;vlst>rs- eey^ral .\u25a0-'\u25a0'» months '/. "agro-''on < the
frcaiincj . thal^ his. place was disorderly.
Schwartz ..is* said ' to' have boasted-Vat
tlifirtlto«>Vthat "v he ; would, sell liquor
auVway. rlDeplity- -Sheriffs -Sturtevant
;aaa' llclJlyraccompanied^arnet to the
r Stiirtfevant : entered the garden
sdrVt-'^and^bougbt beer. Schwartz' "ar-
Ttsl -! followed. '.'He was later V released
"orivjSO^cash'.; bonds. -* During the , day
*evldepc« was secured. " : to/ warrant r the'
arrest of H. Barmon In \u25a0> Redwood road
and a complaint will be sworn out
against him.
\u2666 l .'?TJh«sis men. who' sell without licenses
figure they .have- nothing to Mbse,"
said Sheriff. Barnet,' "and In conse
quence tolerate any .kind of disorder.
There has been widespread complaint
from the men in the legitimate liquor
business and from persons residing in
the": vicinity of many "of ;these ' resorts.
I' intend to take action to .\qlose .up
every, place in the county selling liquor
Without permits".'* " .. •- ,''.>
»"• A- determined -right. i« being' waged
by residents of. Sunol against the
granting of : a- saloon' license to John
Martin and > ; Attorney Abe Leach ap
peared before the board of Bupervisora
today-in their behalf.
"There are two saloons in- Sunol
now,"- said Leach.' "If you permit an
other in a town 'Where there are but
101* registered voters, you will have
one saloon for every 33 voters. ' If you
pasture 20 horses in a field big : enough
for only -five, some of ' t them will? eat
the fence posts,"
The _board allowed Martin to with
draw his aj>licfltlon and to file-, a \u25a0 new
one for another location , in' the town.
Leach r said • that the new application
would be fought vigorously:
WIFE RUNS OFF WITH
CURLY HAIRED SOLDIER
Faure Complains to Police
k-> That; Elopers Try to
: : - Steal Children >
•" OAKLAND,- June" S:- 1 -: Emile • Faure;- 1 a
carpenter" living at* "2oso 'BroadwayV
complained to District I Attorney. Brown
today that 'his"-Wife -had- gone", away"
\u25a0with a' curly; haired V soldier named
"Johnnie" and had '.taken With ""her
their.- 2." : year old .daughter.-'/^
' Not "^content -with i the #possesslon iof
the Httle girl, Faure- said . that i his /wife
and 'the soldier returned . this morning
arid attempted - to/t ake from- 1 him the
baby boy- which" he was holding in his
arms.- . Faure . kept..th e baby, ''though
he claims to _ have; had a hard struggle
with- the pair,, before 'they .; left the
house. .He said i his wife ' had- always
shown a strong liking for soldiers and
always flirted ' with one when she
could.' . V '\u25a0
District - Attorney.- Brown . advised
.Faure .to institute : divorce proceedings
against the woman.'*^W'y . - ; . \u25a0 •-.:•
MRS. PAUL T. CARROLL
SECURES A DIVORCE
Granted Decree by Oakland Court on
the Ground A of Extreme
Cruelty v '-.
/ OAKLAND, June 3.--^Berta T. Carroll
today received an interlocutory decree
of divorce from"; Paul \T. Carroll • on the
groqnd of extreme cruelty. -The divi
sion of 'property - was' effected, outside
the courts.T^g^S^3 '[-'--' \u25a0'\u25a0'\u25a0~\ "-\u25a0"-"", \u25a0
' ~An interlocutory; decree .of Z divorce
was awarded today^ to .Ella' Galvin from
Michael < Galvin" . t or^T extreme 'cruelty J
The award gives,' Mrs.; Qalvln the cus
tody of their thtee children..
'•''; Suits for^divorVe on the ground'bf de
sertion / were ; filed • today •' by," Edward i S.
Mead against Georgiima'Mead;and r by
'Alice' ,lC -."White : against William B.
\u25a0^vjfeite./;/^''"-"- \u25a0\u25a0:,-;- -V.; , ./'• ; -- " :
THE. SAN; FRANCISCO .CALL, TUESDAY,- JTJNE^ 4,: 1907.
Mysterious Disappearance
of Dr. Van Tassell
Baffles Police
DR. R H. VAN TASSELL. : THE TODN'O
. BKRKKI.KT PHYSICIAN. iWHO' HAS BEEN
>HSSING SINCE LAST. THURSDAY. , .
- BERKELEY. ; J une : 3.— The 'v strange
case of Dr. F. H:'.Van Tassell,' the, young
physician who. \u25a0> mysteriously,-' disap
peared ..' last v Thursday, .i continues >>to
puzzle the police'and v the friends. of the
'missing man;: No clew. to Van^assell's
.whereabouts. -has I; been?: discoveredi by
the searchers' who are interested in; his
fate. .The; man ;has ".-left •: absolutely.! no :
trace' of i .his'? movements. '- V .:• -i'-k-^i-i
: Van wife - said ."today "*that
she no longer. entertained .the)hope, that
he ' had'. been ,.'called ; out of .towri": on > a
medical /"case \u25baand v'so Iwas- uqable ? to , re^
turn. -Mrs.- Van Tasaell ; clung> persist
ently 'to this J-theoryJ -theory ?until-today!.:and
then .was f orced .. to ; conclude itliat ; her
husbindhas either deserted herself and
theij ; child or' has.been the? victim *ot
foul .play. "? She; declares; that; it is
thinkable; to suppose -VaniTasseli: could
have .voluntarily giyen'up his home arid
those he;." loved '^ ..unless •;. extraordinary
events of which, sh e;, was? ignorant : had
operated -to influence ;.hlm. r - - 7 ---\ . -
The missing ; man lived 'at 2504 Grove
street with : , his wife 'and -. two , year ,' old
child., >. HeXwas graduated from -the
medical college of the f state 'university
in:. 1904 and was married soon afte^'
His practice.' in Berkeley^ has'; been; conf
siderable -- andl' the 'C conditions founder,
which; he. worked; seemed:, ideal.- \u25a0; -_ :
Last Thursday night -Van TasSell re r
ceived-;a, telephone ' message r : and ; then
told.; his .wife; that? lve^wasi expected -to
\u25a0meet a . man 'i aCAshbyi and , San -Pablo
avenues.' . Thiscman;^tie Ysaid,
'direct him to a patient he wasto /serve. 1 :
Dr. Van^ Tassell lef t^the; house i and • has
not ; sinee 'been; heard- of. V."': " \u25a0 ' -"-."-:;\u25a0
..Dr.- .Van : ;TasseUfts?28 s . years iOld.^of
med^m^heighti:aridC r bulld,^wlth>,Jlght
tfalr^'He '/wore Ta* f darkt BUit/!; av;bla<slca v ;bla<51c
derby hat ;and> a"; light , -colored
jcoat.^'* \u25a0»./.,\u25a0*'"-"'-/•" "'•"';. ; \u25a0 '\u25a0'[*,"*' \u25a0- \u25a0 -'
'BROWNING \u25a0 .IS t C
I - STRICKENi WITH r PARALYSIS
Overtaxes Strength While \ Umpiring
Baseball • and • '.Collapses
:/'.> ? Af ter: Reaching ; Home .: .
> ALAMEDA; June 3.^-rClty Clerk Frank
E.B rowning suffered a stroke of paraly
sis at his : home,/1 519 Grandl street* yes
terday v shortly,:? after* hei had v. returned
from umpiring' a ; baseball- game- at the
west . end. . - T His - : lower i Hmbs^. only. \u25a0 were
affected; : arid,; the v attending'/ physician
is of ; the -opinion /that' the^patientlw^ill
recover his strength-and power,' of ; loco-"
motion with . a few. days'.: treatment and
rest. -v. '^-. 3 / ; -.-.'..-: /.'" "';':"\u25a0 .-// .- ' -'.\\ : :-W ; >
'.:,- It is/thought that, the'excltement and
exertion * consequent,* upon -'the > duties
performed ,^ by/i Browning;;-' •, while >';ofß
ciating. as ; umpire '• overtaxed his . physli
cal \u25a0: energy » and' superinduced the < para-{
lytic Tstroke./>* " •". •\u25a0, ••\u0084 *. . - .
'_.; Browning ( was recently^ appointed/city
clerk. cHe was f or t two Uerms! a' deputy
inHhi omce ofithecourity^clerk.fandat
the /time /bt^ accepting' his j present \u25a0 posi
tion \u25a0;. was \ connected % with * the 4 local "* de
partment of the Oakland gas, light and
heat 1 company.'; \u25a0\u25a0'-:'; '\u25a0','-\u25a0 :.. '\u25a0 \u0084\u25a0-, .\u25a0-. r -."V /'-. -.; -' ].>/.
BOARDER > KICKS DOWN DOOR
HAYWARD,- June f 3.^-fGraduatlon ex
ercises of the Hay wood 'grammar school
will t: , be" , held ; at ':\ the r? assembly,?- hall
/Wednesday?- af ternoon<-i P. i.J.v' Crosby
will;:; deliver:',- the >> 'graduating /address.
Thomas'- B. Russell i will \ present- diplo-"
mas to the following 'graduates:
• Lena Abratns, : '..Wesley Armstrong, William
lift i nl. , Susie r Ba«ham, Editb : Beam,? John i Cor.
rela; Almee Creelman.i: Haiel Flsh,^ I^ena ! Flelsh
er, •\u25a0 Russell ' Foot;; Vcra* Gale,"> Rose Gibson," Jewe
Gularte, ; Gerald^Hoyt, ; lUlph | Hutchlns, Emille
Jensen. p Kllgore, Lulu \u25a0 Manner, \u25a0;.; Mamie
Mitchell,? Alfred \u25a0 Morrln, | Geneylere . Nielsen, 'Van
Obermuller,'.: ManueP; Plmentel.;.- Maud Runsetl,
Nelda ; Kamage. Harold " Mabrey,"- Mamie * Sllra,
Minnie * SlWa, t Leone Smith,'! Har?ey___StrobridKO,
Lawrence • Thnrman, Angelina Vlterra,~" Julia \u25a0 Win
ton,^ Francis : - Wheeler.':. '' i ' ;\u25a0<.:.- ; ' / ;\u25a0\u25a0"'.
PAINTS { PORTRAIT (OP MELVIN
OAKLAND; es^jJ IMck
man, > the '; artist,^ has £ a 'V cbrri-*
mission a to : . paintVa'* portrait l : iii*- btr/of
Judge ; HenryrA?: Melvin;? grand /exalted
ruler/of>HheHElks,*irbm£Philadelphia
lodge/ of thei grand lodge
yvilJ'cbnvene^July^lS.^iThelSpdrtralt
will be/ presented '.tb^Judgei Melvin]: at
that t time. I'^HeTwili;ieaverJuly?ltto]1 '^HeTwili;ieaverJuly?ltto] at
tend* the ; session and will make stops
at V Omaha,",7 Dubuque yi arid fi Louisville.
Judge \ Melvin^- 1 n his {annual -2 report %to
the ; grand' lodge/wUI jrenewi his < recorri
mendatiori \u25a0; that* the v* use! bffsthe>elk's
tooth ; as an r emblem } be abandoned. v-.' : r .
BOARDER 1 KICKS DOOR DOWN
W'i BERKELEY,!,'June \ 3i^-willlam ; : Pur
cell; a boarder 4h \u25a0 Mrs." ; R}* Beb's ; home \ at
22 27 V ,t|wl &ht ';•. way^i was h arrested last
jilght^on;; a"/ charge sof pdisturbing^ the
peace?/. He". was j accused ; byj hte] landlady
ofJ*-klckingMn?ithe|doorJ?af ter;^ ho| had
. been/locked [out r of ! thej building.' Justice
Tappanj released '\u25a0 Purcell - on- ; his . own
recognizance.Nf J^^Vf'i:-'^^'"^;-; ,- ; - \u25a0: -, .-..;..\u25a0•
VICTIM SOP I ROBBERS " DIES ;
t\ TONOPAH, 3 Nev., / June % 3.— Mrs. - 12 1 8.
X I rk,'| the % woman R. who |was 1 robbed \of
her jewels in"; Frank; Hart's ; sal oori; after
being f drugged,:*- diedi tonight' at r the
county :hospital.V: FfankiHartj and ihls
consort, ; Etta^Cble^are sin jjailf charged
.with; grand larceny^ ; their -bail- being
$4,000 each. ' ' \u25a0..,''--
hellman; again at bank
I - 1. -»W.I H«iiman| jKf|yice^residentlfof
the vUnibn' trust' corripariy,"»who] has \ been
ill^returaedjto/hlspoßitloniintthe'com
pany's $ yesterday, i; '-) His -'health \u25a0 Sis
entirely/restored. , ;- ""•'' \ x \ * ''''-"%
: DIEB?ntOMSnWXTRIEB^OakIaid. 'Junefs^
Chrig t ian | El sasseypr, ; a I st eredore. - who wag < In-
j ured | by ' being | dragged Into -a ' wtndlaM, "l. while
working on the Bteanaer Eureka" at Selby Satur
day,; died at Fablolt 'hospital ' today. - * v, i • " *
GILLETT RECEDES IN
TILT WITH REGENTS
Conflict; xOver Functions of
State and University;
: . " .. \u25a0 ." Architects :\u25a0\u25a0'-\u25a0 ' ;
BOARD IS SUPREME
HairßigHt toj Say VVnoSKall
J^p^nterid (Buildings
'of institution '\u25a0 /
. BERSIELEY.'June 3.-~-Campus habitues
hadsforjihetr^dally'jnorsel ; of ; gossip -,tOr.
day >; the gretiorts that, ;Governor^Glllett
hajj justfcpmeToff /second : test ; in a'fqulet
encounterj w with|the? board: of (university
repents Jln la'f matter) that concerned ; the*
autlvSrl tyi yt / the '{ regents] as Ho ,• univer
sity ;buildiLSf operations^/ , .^1 ; : O J *
;2; 2- Governor 'CUJ.letrj is j reported; to « have
receded/ under pressure/; from - a position
he! took, s recently,^.whereby-: he \ assumed
the I right jtolhtVe iGeorge'C- Sellon { and
EL '% C. % Hernm'tnstt lof - San ; Francisco,'* his
appointees as: state architects, 1 supervise
the iuniversity's^byilldihg plans. ''?'\u25a0
-,- iJohrilGalea/Ho^ard ';i is the ? regents',
architect. >v'Hel- receives*;; $10,000 Cal year
f orchis. 3ervices.v;thCv salary.. being; paid
by.-Mrs.VPhebe>Hears£.'; <Professor How
ardfalsojdirects in ) architecture
at the^university.^tHe has charge, of i the
construction ;iwork ; and 'the; dra vine jof
plans|for,u'nlyersity builAings.'J 1 He' built
theiraininffJcollege^California'hall^the
architecturalpbuilding, BeoiorJ hall* and
other!' structures,"; and \u25a0 Has , 'drawn "-\u25a0 plans
for r 7th& : rnllllon dollar Doe library on
th<s ; campus." l^. :;/- X '\u25a0 ..;-";\v" .]\u25a0 v;,. . -,*?;•
Messrs. i Sellorrand /Heramings are' said
tOvhavei received ; directions J from? Govf
errior Glllett; to: take, charge of; all state
buildings, V. and.'.: so * were*squ9.lified,';\. ac
cording.to^orders^to superset" Ho wa^^
.^ThejS regents'' are : reported > to x? have
learned ? of, \this,, order, and. to 'havejref
ferred? thefmatter.; to • Attorney; Charles
B, : Snook 'of Oakiand : for;'the law/on : the
;6ubJect. ; y?Attorneyi Snook? reported}that
the * law;]! gives the {.;, regents i absolute
power.ih all; matters connected .withlthe
administratlbnTofjUniversity. affairs, and
.Governor"' Gillett^was* then"; notifled'lby.
the;; regents v 'tliat 4 Messrs.;, Sellon i ; and
Herrimings;could;not legally»be fallowed
to'supersedeitheregents*. own' architect.'
J , Governor | Gillett % after"' hearing I from
~atherjlegai:authorlties'acquiesced;ln;tna
. regents' ' ruling.'; and; peace i was • restored
b»tween"i rival'; factions in the uniyer
slty adrainistration. \u25a0
DECLARES MCH;HUSB AND ;
';} i ; PRO VED *PO OR SUPPORTER
Mrs. ,Mollie ,Wilrnot Asks for Divorce
: Froral Liquor Dealer for
is '.\u25a0.;*'<",• 'Desertion "*- k -
; '.; lloilie ,Wilmot 'J began : suit ; for ; a di
vorce yesterday from George C.Wilmot,'
a ;llquoVj dealer. 1 ": She :s charged desertion
and i alleged r: that; during Uhe: last -year
he /4 had \u25a0•^"contributed .:"*'.. to her /support
just;?7o: ;,/ - v a '\u25a0:\u25a0:\u25a0-\u25a0:\u25a0.'. - - .. \u25a0\u25a0'r.,-i^'
.Accordingi.to, the complaint. Wilmot
inherited a.\f ortune, from /which ; : he", had
an vlricome^bf "many;thousands'!/a year,
and'-iin^'addition- f cleared * from *; $15pj;to
$200,^a r Smonthiirivthe "liquor, business.'
.TheT^wlfe/asks for/ $150 / a. month- all-.
m^riy:ri --'\u25a0''\u25a0 '.'':\u25a0"\u25a0'\u25a0',"''\u25a0 v.*:/**-: - . ""'\u25a0/"•''"/_.. ''."\u25a0 "
; '\ : William ?B."Swears r ?shipping commis
slbrieri^f or^the'i government the jPa
clftc \ Mail I dock;; also -f was ; made j defend-,
ant>in : iaif divorce/i ; suit; |i His iwif e,'|Mrs;'
Ella-sWears^ whom* he. married "In iSac-;
ramentb^tspnlli Chris tn>as>i*rda>% vf;' 1901;
charges. that ; he : deserted her August .2.
1905:? r , ./a-. :; \u25a0••\u25a0-:: \u25a0/;";\u25a0; • ' . " -.\u25a0:-:\u25a0 :
i-I Other] suits tfor/divbrce,were:nled ; as
follows: ; Margaret, B.-;Wilkinson against
Geor geT X. u Wilkinson^ liabitual J intern*;'
perance;lCharles Redllng T aginst Estelle
M^|Redling,'{ desertion;;-, Katies Gorman
against fJamesJGorman.'Vneglectjandt in-!
temperance; y John / J,' \u25a0'! Schmale^ against
Lena* Schmale," desertion; "Ariiyn'Deebo
against BedraDeebo," cruelty.
TO OPEN STABLE-WITHOUT,/ \
: J.i PERMIT: FROM SUPERyiSORS
E. T. Ayfes ; Purposes Erecting , Biiild
; ing at : "Corner : of /\u25a0. De visadero *\u25a0;
X? and Golden Gate Avenue
-;/: E. -T/ Ayres applied £ to/ the~ board) of
jwork^s yesterday! for; a 1 permit/ toTeefct
a I three ; story J brick vbuilding: f or ; stable
purposes "at f. the [ J cbrnerji of
'•pevisaderor-'street' arid Golderi*Gate Tave
nue at a/costlof \u25a0;<|37,ooo. i^>^]:".:;;";v ; *'.'-' \u25a0' \u25a0'\u25a0'.\u25a0:\u25a0
: i~>The 5 superyisors' J fire 1- committee re
fused t two I months \ ago \ to fgrant "Ayres
a permit, for a : stable.', but it; is said. that
he | purposes 1 opening a stable'; and \u25a0 test
ing,, the ' matteri fh \£ the 1 courts." ?> Prop
erty^ owners J In ; the'; viciriity.\will
ously.?t.oppose !>"Ayrea'ite attempt " ; to ;/ go
counterAto Swill ;/of /the j> board . of
supervisors'' iri; this regard./ -V v - :
BU S i DRIVERS ARRESTED
I [ .Joe"' p'rlridall,^' driver ;; of union ; bus,
was /arrested * yesterday JiafternoohSby,
M.l Henriessy, and L C. I K. ; Edwards \u25a0 [ot [the
society { tori the £ prevention^ of f cruelty, [
to /animals ' f oriWorking Ja ; horsejsuff er
lng =f ronf* sorest under * theTcollar.l^The
animal was hitched«infdouble T spahjto'a
heavy.' wagon 'seating I about i 3 0 ; passen-^
gers \u25a0: at Uheji time.^jDrindall; offered -no
excused forithe^ horse's ? condition:'^' He
was r booked * at| the I central j police | sta-;
tlon^ on' a \u25a0 charge . of cruelty '* to ; animals.'
CURRIER] IS* ACftVITTED
\ A\ jury lin * Police \u25a0;v; v Judge \ r . Shortall's
court .yesterday 'racjuitted^ Arthur /B.
Currierl of ;af charge 'of l "j battery,', pre
ferred By, Gertie iliarseri^ a/striking^teloV
phone^gifi;f;!Currier:isfone|bfvth2/as^
slstant'superintetfderits of the telephone
company \ and ? Miss? LaVserit alleged {that
on iMay422XwhileVshei May422XwhiIeVshe- was*; talking to
Miss /fa /nonunion Jbperatdr, . / at
the ? ; branch^bfHce '?• in" Pine i; street; he
grabbed / hold of ;. her arm \ and , i shook
her."T.V":-._ !":' X:K :T .v.-> V'/^./"/ '\u25a0 ," :: '"- :'; ' ; /'
INJURED IN. RUNAWAY
/> E. '\u25a0\u25a0• Gl'>; Fromari, )'; bookj; keeper]- of tthe
Columbian /auctlon^Tcompany.^was ;f se
verely : injured Uttlu runaway,? yesterday,
afternoon Qh Wan] Ness ; avenuo.l Froman
.'was':*driving;tfHghtlbuBVupl L TuVk!s_treBt,' 1
horse] Bhledr|brokeT a shaft of
the wagon " and f finally J turned J into iyan
Ness & avehue.*f| Froman %% perslsted£f in
hanging|tolthefreihs|andiwasf.thrown
unconscious TtO'* the 1 payernent ; tho"
horse/ turned' into'Geary -.street. ; - -
MONTAN Af CASBipECroBD
y The? United \ Statesiclrcultl court , of
appeals I handed: down a 1a 1 decision' yester-;
day afflrrnl ng . the j jud gmehtTof ] lower
court iinlthe i case of iBTAS L.ukelvs.l IT! S. 6
McLure.%TheTplaintlff|pbtained||judg
mentlrnfthelMont»na i |cburt|for^a 15,000
as * commission;; etc.^s f or) the] sale fof |the
Brbadwater/gT6up?ofjminesJ£or]|so,6oo/
ITAIiIAW : LUNATICS DEPORTED
; /Giuseppe Torrl, k Domenlco f Chlri - arid
Pietrol MangbnrUtallanfS lunatics I con
fined j in : the state (hospital fa^t Stockton/
\u25a0have $ been \u25a0? ordered f deported. i^^.They;,
jWereJ landed! at f NewiTor k \u25a0; about : a j year
BRAKEMAN,' ; LOSESJJLIFE
m BAClT^EOTpSjulell3^Charlsg-
Dariielson^_afyoung|rriariTemployed?as;fa
brakeman- on the Southern "{ Paciflc,\was
kllledfi today |s in|3 B street^l between
Eleventh and Twelfth£.bya/tralnlwb!ch
NOTED SCHOLARS ENGAGED
FOR SUMMER SESSION
AT BERKELEY
PROFESSOR CLIFFORD H. M00BB : OP HAR.
, VARE« -UNIVERSITY (UPPER PICTURE).
! AND fROFESSOR; WILLIAM. A:- NITZE OBN
1 AMITEKST. WHO rWILI>: CONDUCT ,-LEC
i ' TKRE JCOUnsns ~AT THB-'SCMMEU-SES
-JSION. 14/ BERKELEY. -\u0084 --?
; .>.__ .__: . — ~^— — — - — -<&
.-.; BERKELEY,* June.- 3:— The/university
. authoritie»;are;:;preparirig ;>for v : the ./an
nuallsummer. school on ; and
in Uheir/pVoapectus 'mention '- the ; names
of y educators / who \u25a0 have
; been, secured ; . to '-serveVon.^the'r. faculty:
i Scholars, : from., > British ; and American
uniyersiUes will give courses in science,
' literature.) pedagogy / and fthe arts.>Th"e
, summer j school? will open /on = June '24..-/
The ' summer setsions^. may be said* to
have /s originated'^ inVlB?l,' * ; whenl the 1 de-
I partirnent.; of ; chentistry : /offered-: in /'.lts
newly.: constructed \buijding/ -courses \u25a0 of
ihstructloriiduririg July, and "part of Au
gust.' primarily if or Uaichers.lThe, very
evident l^ appreciation S o\f J this ; niove "\u25a0!. led
to " atcontinuahce i of ' the; planiiahd /from
1892/U0,' 1898/i inclusive ;v7this summer
work}- in [; chemistry i.was -'steadily, c'on
ducted.^Begirinln'gvin i lB9r:the>ph3rsical
laboratory;* was T,-opened X to 3 students ? inr'
terested -in^experimenting arid.measure
ment. ;-rln' s iB99,' Iwith) ;the adoption 7 , of -a
more'f comprehensive,:, scheme^ of
the/regular s uriiyersity/surhmer, sessions
hadUheir^beginnin-g.^To^thelcoursesin
physics »' and 'chemistry / was ;: addodf !iri-'
structio'n in > /education/ ; " history," and
mathematics, Y all the vwork \ being./con
ducted, "j however, \u25a0'\u25a0 by members ; of . 1' the
regular v faculty. *- . /^ ; \u25a0"\u25a0\u25a0.".
r«-,The A following >iyear =- witnessed • ,the
addition of new; branches of : study,', no
i tablylthe^classics,^ English and botaxiy.'
I For, ; the" first; time' educators ;from[otlier
i institutions iwere^called 7in,i> only; one,
| however,';^ from: the " ; east, and ; none \u25a0 f rorii
Eurb'peJ"'t*»The jsumraer/ of .'l l9Ol >, markedi (
; still j; further.' progress Un this direction,
i Professor,, H.; Morse ' Stephens ,, then,~i of
Cornell \u25a0'university,^ delivered ' his * : first
lecture: on! the ;..'; coast." Amongrx other
members/of the faculty ;were numbered
such/;eminent:3cholars)as>Barrett'Wen-"
i "dell -of Harvard' arid. Liberty Hyde ;Bai-]
leyjof ; CornellJ -''iFrbm ; 1902 \u25a0 to) 1906 } the
'annual ''summer^sessions , ; t were' unfail
ingly (of high standard.- / ..; t
t' v TheV session of. ;, this .'year i promises
equally.iwell. J ;i.There /will'be ..two f-einif
nent '; English i educators : in "j the : faculty.
Professor.'Johrt Adams. of .the University
of j London /and 3 Professor ;* John«McTag
gart j E-> McTaggart ; of s Trinity • college,'
Cambridge. ; ' - : ;.'-
s , Froni' eastern, institutions of learning
there h will' come }, a 1?a 1 ? goodly j/n umber; 'of
eminent '"professors?- Dr.'LWilliairi* Mac^.
Donald of 'Brown-, university^, will lecture
ont'American". history, i dealing* in a> one
'course .^v/ith'jthe \u25a0* of -I our J
government /after.* the *" adoption j of <• the
coristitution^and'-ouri political; history
:down^to;the>civirs,war;>andlin another
course^with ; the "i interesting? period ;; of
the/warjarid ithe ' reconstruction^ follow"
ing.3 r Ge6rge f, Parker li
brarianf: of i the i'Johrii; Career c Brown? li^"
,brary;!of fßrowriY'urilversity.^will^bePa
second t member.? of / the j hlstoryl,*dep«rt
ment.^Hls. Texcelleritlwork*on(,the";CoFo
riado> expedition/ published •< in ~ 1896 :Q Is
widely?. * and J favorably ,;S known f "among
historical i",/ scholars." i\ This :; i" work ; \- has
beenl followed ;by_ bther./pubHcatioris -' of
almost,^ if fnotrquite;fequal
shipiiwUl^l lecture his X specialty, 1
Spanish dealing] par
ticularlyiwithUhe* conquest '^arid "' coloni
zation* of America. ; . "V \u0084' %V; *
In t the i department X ot ,?Pr o
fessof^\v"llllam r A:iNitze of.'Amherst'coli
le'ge'^will ?•. lecture S/on --- thY/I
Drama^bf jthe '\u25a0 Seventeenth': Century."/ He
participated? year^ before A last \u25a0? In v- the
summer^aessjon't'of? thei University> of
Chicago. v 2 Prof essofijCli fford S H.% Moore
"of /Harvardiuriiversity^wlllfdiscussU'The
Religion' andiTVorship'of the Greeks and
Romans,',"^ taking gwlthlnf^ they general
fleldjsuchi selectedjtopicsjasjthe'; follow^
ing~:|Temples| and ' temple ; poverty,^ saq
/rifice7| f amilyi cults, J ?reHglou"s^ societlesC
festivalsfjahdi Greek 1 arid j Roman f ethics.*
Professor|Mo3re].wintbe\theTorilyirri<m
ber/s of fthe s L'atlnidepartmerit^He Jwill
aya v course! important ; for .teachers
Ot « hlstory^as jwell as ; classical s teachers
"bn 1 4 the j his torians tto |Tacitus."i
Dr?| Moore i ; ihas|beenWat|Haryard| for
seVen -i'years^ln Jl9os-06 /hej^^v pro-;
"fessbrXof:Latln^inlth"efArnericanTs*chqbl
of i classical; studies "in) Rome.^@B^SßM
tp^nfinterestinglfeatuireTofithesession
urider|^eTdirectiorijbf{Mlss]Mary,iXieti-"
tiafJones,^whoiwas|fbr}a.ilongitiriie!ln
'ebar9e^bf4tb*lV > ffA^?. 1 l e.s!'pubUc^li
brary./ Her/ipre^
summerillbraryi school ratlßerkeiey^was
emlnehtly7satiBfactqry> : »Sheiwilllbe Tas
siste^|by N itheXregularilibrary/stan!?and
i by is trained ** persons f, from/, outside • < Hi
INSANE • FUGITTVE fCAUGHT
whoScscap/ed|frorngthe^State|Hospital
*o^th>^ln¥ane3|itl^pa|recently^waa'
recaptured.^ thls^mornlng '^ljy^the ? Oak
land Sp^Hce.^llßbwleyljWasJfouridlbeg '-
gingff ood ! |andg hiding^ behind >il trees
jWhenlariy^bnel apprbached : him : - inith/e'
,^treet.' i pHelwaslcapturedrafter l ia{ch"ase
"wtiichsled^ver|° fehcesWaridl 4 through
MEMBERS OF SECEDING
CHURCH REORGANIZE
Secure " Permission From
Oakland Presbytery
PLANNING TO BUILD
New -Berkeley Congregation
Will Hold » Services
OAKLAND, ; June 3:-^-Permi3sion to
organize : "a i chu rch '\ in - Berkeley -"Iwas
granted' today, to ltherseceding.mcmberj
of UhejFirst s Presbyterian church .there
by the Oakland presbytery ..upon receipt
of a petition r; bearing {140:: names. r ; Of
the \ number, signing : the ' petition .110
.were"' former r members of the "old'ehurch
in Berkelej-: .Their standing financially
and t- socially ; "was 'such as
would assure \ the fsuccess- of .the \u25a0: ven
ture. .; AY committee « composed of : Itev."
O. -E.' Hart..* Rev. ; E. .E.vßaker, -H. M.
Sa'nborn." p.* C.'; Mitchell and [C. E. .Coj^
rielli was"ap*pomtei3 :the~ presbytery
•toYdirectVthfi organization of ih& n«w
body.'; 7 It* is planned to' accomplish thl3
in about 10, days
isThe* new* church \u25a0•, in Berkeley intends
to t hold kt"; once and an- effort
will^be \u25a0= made \u25a0\u25a0 to "> rent'' Town'! and ] Gown
hall -^ for/ the f purpose. .-"No "call r for r - 1 a
pastor will be issued for some time, as
it 'is? hoped ' to^have a supply assigned
them by * the presbytery.
\u25a0 I Arrangementsr/for^the accumulation
of_ a'" fund -for.; the purchase of a site and
the-erectionfof ;a;church edifice will be
made i immediately." v *^The territory en
tered by \u25a0 the- new church .will be inithe
residence v. section Csouth 'of Parker
street- and cast. of Resent.
.THROWS "/OUT J BLAZING LAMP
.'OAKLAND; June ».*— The" coolness of
Mrs.rj. ICallenofD721 CallenofD72. Twenty-sixth aye-.;
nue in 4 ,, throwing- a" blazing 'lamp from
the window of, her home last night pre
vented I theidestruction of the^residence
and probably serious injury to members
of ithe '.family.*? As.the lamp struck the
ground 'outside j: the* iwlndow . \u25a0It .ex
ploded, throwing :blazing-oU In all di
rections/ The ; burning ; fluid /set* fire to
some '\u25a0: shrubbery and , an \u25a0 _ alarm ' was
turned; In, but the , blaze '-' was ; extin
guished before the, arrival of the fire
men. . .*;\u25a0' ' : - '\u25a0'•* V-^SSfiSSJSEnEI
CLOSES BASE3IE>T : DOORS
OAKLAND,' June 3— Chief of Police
.Wilson v has. issued.; orders that base
ment doors \ in ' the - sidewalks of down
town" district' v must be. kept, closed
at. all times,, except" when, they . are
actually^ln; use. -.-\u25a0--•> ;
BERKELEY HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS REJECT RUGBY
Vote Against Its Substitu
? tion for the / American
Football Game '"'< -
- jBERKELEr.V,: JuneV 3.-^The student
body of I the '\u25a0') Berkeley .high -school "de
cided LunariimouslyA today ; against " the
adoption -of tßugbyit Bugbyi football ; this" year—
this r the > suggestion y from J th-5
University authorities that the adoption
of i ßugby ?ih< the <^ local^Vp rep" -^school
would ;}be [regarded '"with > favor.
; Miss LorraineV Andrews., vice :pre3l-'
deritk'of the s high- school 'Students, pre
sided 'at\ the -meeting which"; Rugby
was; condemned. ,; Henry t Skinner, for
mer'presldent of the associated students
of. the« school,^ is ; barred I from "' office be
canse;of his fraternity; affiliations.- "\u25a0\u25a0..>".
",'f Anthony u Caminetti.V manager :of Vthe
footballHearri.fbrought. up the? question
of^"Rugby^or American 1 football." ' He
argued against the-proposed change "ta
Rugby. ; as | did i Donald Munro, fullback
<>f 1 as t year's •' team>f » lt <was : remarked
tljatHhe /.California 'were
gfvlng ? Rugbyj a ". tryout. 1 and that 'until
i the*i l uniyerslties^decide l?deflnitely i : -to
makVer J"ugby; a perrnarient addition ;toT
college "prep" "schools J. would
better "adhere » to '-. their present . athletic
regime. -'\u25a0 .<"- '•
light: vote thought to
; favor! devlin'sxhances
\u25a0; ."V.: \u25a0 '\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 • .':..- . ... .. -- \u25a0'.. .\u25a0-.,•\u25a0 ' " ;
Portland's ; .Republican 'Mayoralty
Candidate .Believed to ;Have
v* Shade the 'Best ',oV lt
'^PORTLAND, Ore., ; June _ 3.— Today's
municipal : elecfiion*. passed J x 6ff
disturbance, of ,'oonsequence."V The"- early
voting i,was * Uglily % but toward evening
the :late"'.yoters '- drifted : into ,l the polling
places ," inVVsuch £ numbers % that \u25a0'! what
looked to 1 have bertn \ a light .voting day
turned ['into ; one' of almost " normal;pro
portionsVcs.Th«»light/vote f in ' the .early
hour's'i-.was % looked % upon ? favorable
to 7 Devlin, the '^Republican
candidate ' f orn the ~ maty oral tx. - against
Dr:;. Harry.; Lane,\ incumbent,'^ the j nomt
nee. of J the "democratic * and j Independent
parties." 4 : 1 The i polls "J closed *at "•? . o'clock
andyt^wlll-ibemorrilrig 'before deflnit©
•figures"" can be* given.* V '
.TICKET: SCALPERS GO FREE
:'r CHICAGO.' '? June'; 3.'-f^The ', trwielve . Chi -
cago L theater managers arid tickjet scalp-"
ersg.who^were J arrested | charged .with
iViolating'; the »law Jby selling i, theater
tickets J at.an .advance over ; th« g pubf
llshed'ratejwere.dischargea^odayjWhen
theirs case sjvas Jcalled I in * the 1 murflcipal
courC I' Their ,'* dismissal f .was > on . the
ground -that -the I section jot \the « state
law^under.l which 'tf they^ \u25a0were arrested
was uncoristitutlona].*tafs£l"fißKl
S BLAMES > BTEAKSHIP; 3 COXPANY— The ' Pa
ciflc 2 Mall " steamship ! company £ was J> found \u25a0ty ':: a.
coroner's i jury J yesterday ; to ; hare j been | negligent-
In : guarding -\u25a0 the lives of *Us employe* » a t ,, the
dock. , The Jnry was foiled to decide the blame
for the , death v of Charles Byrne, who was strut- k
by a sack of flour. that fell from a chute at the
dock a week I'ago.V- The ; Jury J decided i that j, the
company had > not i taken i proper . precaution."?. &?&$
WAREHOUSES
\u25a0 •: AVaterarid Railroad Facilities
Fine Modern Warehouses .soxloo Each
•\u25a0;\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 v- Insurance Rate
Remits ) Reasonable
•' "'\u25a0 \u25a0'. \u25a0 ' \u25a0'\u25a0 i" f- ." "•.-""\u25a0' ' :'\u25a0\u25a0".-'-\u25a0'\u25a0 BfAPPT V'" -'• *T- • •\u25a0' *
I Tel. Oakland 138 ' Ist and Washington Sts Oakland
GRADUATION EXERCISES
WILL BE HELD JOINTLY
St. Joseph's Academy .and
Presentation Gpny ent tp
Award Diplomas
MEDAL WON BY GIRL
Miss McCormick Honored
for Exceience in Chris
tian Doctrine
BERKELEY. June 3. -— Combined
graduating /exercises; of St Joseph's
presentation academy of -Berkeley and
of -presentation convent/ of San Fran r
Cisco \u2666vcjll ,; do -held' tomorrow . afternoon
at jldorajpark,* Oakland, at 2 o'clock.
After l , the' fixe in . San Francisco the
convent : was \u0084 given :-.&., haven* at the
Berkeley school. --which is . connected
with 'St Joseph's parish. Dr. t\ X.
Morrison pastor.^. Children of, /•the
grammar, department an<t the academic
course; of St. Joseph's will .take part
in •: the program. . ' One number will -be
the production'of a historicaLreliglous
drama,*".'Mlriam'B / Jubilee."
Dr. Morrison will present the St.
Joseph's academy gold medal for ex
cellence In Christian doctrine ;to Miss
Helen AI. McCormick. The graduates
of \u25a0 the • academy •. are: v *
"Academic — Marie C. Connolly. Caroline M. _>Ie-
Cary. ' ."\u25a0 ' . • -. ' ;
Grammar department — VlTlan • C. ', nomey. > Marr
C. Cnrran. ! Helt-n-il. JJcCormick, Jeanette K.
Brennan.. Marguerite "J.Oniut. .Mary C. McCor
inJct. Catherine A. Connolly. Helen M. Hoark.
Ellen M.imJ^e. Marttaret J. Gallacher, Charlen
Cbute. : Katph' Campbell. ' Martin Curr.-m, Leonard
Barber. Joseph Callifjlu-r.
The graduating- class of. presentation
convent follows:', -.\u25a0' \u25a0• N -
Alma B. 'MeXnlty. Jennie 31. F./<wtn. Corn L.
Gardella. Rc*e C. "Cardinal*. Etlitb E. Buras»
Cleiia E. Cnneo.' Viola M. IleSerman.
WALTER STOCKFORD IS
DEEP IN TOILS OF LAW
National Guardsman of Oakland Ac-
cused of Theft, Bigamy, and
Desertion From Navy^
OAKLAND. - June 2.— -Walter; Stock
ford, quartermaster sergeant- of Com
pany A. Fifth regiment, national
guard /of.' California., was arrested to
night and -charged with stealing re
volvers from the company.:' .The police
also accuse h,lm of being- a bigamist.
It is alleged that he married Miss
Matilda Janlzer in this. city on June 1,
though he had a wife ami' family In
Vallejo.
. Heis also charg--;'! with belnjr a de
serter from the Unit«-J States : navy. ; Jle
married under the name of ' John Stock,
by which name he was" also -known In
the "national guard. The > police de
clare that tho pri.?oner'a s real name ia
Walter Stockford-
ROBBERS FIRE BUII.DI.XG
, FORT MOXROE. Va., June 3. — Fire
believed/ to have been started ".by
thieves ,to,con'ceal a robbery at an early
hour destroyed the freight and pas
senger, house and general oraces on the
government pier . here. '* The blaze
started in the office" of the United
States express company -and when the
safe - was "unearthed . from the ruin 3 iit
was found. that the] drawer was empty.'
REXISpX \u25a0IS DEFEATED
"SALINAS.- /June 3. — After.an excitlni?
municipal election "held here today
Thomas "Renlson. who has held offlco
as mayor ; for six ' years, was def eattut
by Frank S-* Clark ;by a big majority.
There, was noopposlMon to any of the
other candidates. City Clerk Kelly was
re-elected. for his seventeenth term.
HARBOR LEAGUE 'WANTS WHARF
, OAKLAND. June: 3. — The .executive
council of \the Oakland harbor league
has. lndorsed. City Councilman .Jack
son's f plan ;to procure . estimates from
tho city, engineer \u25a0\u25a0 for, municipal .wharf
projects. :. Representative " J. R. Know
land will address the league -July 12. •
BTJNKO MAS ON TBIAI^-Oakland. Jim? 3.—
Harrj Walters. «lao . known at 1 Charles Clart .
paW by the police to . baTe been arrwted 4ft
time*, appeared t before ; Jad?e . MelThi - today
charged with haying bunkoed Howard* Smith out
of $400. The men played billiards and Walters
is - said <to ha Te - won the money on the jrame.
Smith ' followed him as . far as Emeryrllle trying
to obtain tbe return of the 'money* and finally bad
Walters arrested. . Police Captain Pater sen recog
nized Walters as -an old : offender.' •
- FLASH BTTHHS PHOTOGUAPHZa— B. L.
Lake. "a . photographer, linns at . Sl4 Haye*
street, tried to take a flashll^nt photograph <>t
a party of friends in his own huose late Sunday
night. .The Cash went off. unexpectedly, biirnlnx
Lake sererely about the f ace. . Hia Injures were
attended, to at the central emergency hospital. *•
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WM& -ONG JEN SHEW
;^S^ TEA A^D HERB DOCTOB
SfIUM DR>x,WONG WOO
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