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Ebell Club Plans Celebration in
Honor of Washington's
Natal Day
OAKLAND, Feb. 21.— Washington's
birthday will be the occasion for a
\aricd celebration to be held under the
auspices of several fraternal and social
organizations O f Alameda county.
Me:nber3 of the Ebell club will cele
brate the day with a program of music
and addresses. Tiao matrons of the
receiving party will be gowned in the
•iuaint attire of the colonial days and
the presiding hostess, Mrs. Anna Par
cells, wili impersonate Martha "Wash
ington. Mrs. Everett J. Brown and
liev. William Day Simonds will read
jtap^rs on historical and patriotic sub
The Welsh residents of the bay cities
trill hold a Eisteddfod, a musical fes
tival of the old country, in the Market
street Congregational church for the
benefit of the Welsh Presbyterian
vhuicii of this city. The festival will
open at 2:30 o'clock in the tifternoon
;.nd will continue into the evening.
The second grand ball of the
Kr.ights of Pythias will be held in. Rice
Institute hall under the auspices of
t. K .e combined lodges of Alameda county.
Golden Gate division No. UC4. Order
of Railway Conductors, will hold their
annual ball at Maplo hall in the even
Mayor Frank K. Mott will make the
principal address at the children's fete
to be held under the auspices of the
Mothers' club of the Washington school,
Sixty-first etreet and Shattuck avenue.
Baroness de Bazus, who is known the
v/orld over as Mrs. Frank Leslie, will
be a suest of honor at a reception to
be given tomorrow evening in the Key
Route len by the Press club of Alameda
Clarence Robnett Tells Inside
History of Conspiracy
BOISi;. Idaho, Feb. 21. — Taking the
tritness stand in behalf of the govern
ment, Clarence Robnett, a witness for
liie defense in a land fraud trial, told
\u25a0 f the conspiracy to defraud the gov
irnment out of valuable timber lands
llor.g Ciearwater river, in Nez Perce
r-ounty. In the conspiracy, he said,
ivere the Lewiston bankers. William
F. Kettenbach and George Kester, as
-rincipals, and William Dwyer its a tool.
During the cross examination Rob
nett admitted that he was under in
jictmem for subornation of perjury and
?jnL>ezz!ement, as were Kettenbach and
Kc-ster, former president and cashier
jf the Lewiston national bank. Rob
nett testified that banU funds were
used to pay entrymen. He also said
thaf the same $100 bill was used In
making most of the entries, the bill
being used over and over again to make
filings. As to his reasons for turning
state's evidence, Robnett said he .de
cided to make a clean breast of the
whole matter and told his story first to
Special Agents Watts and Smith at
-'•i/-.Vs •- r \u25a0 .
Prosecutor and Food Expert
Return From Washington
NEW YORK, Feb. 21. — With a sup
ply of fresh iimmunition for their beef
storage inquiry, George T. Vickers. as
sistant prosecutor, and Doctor Mc-
Laughlin, who are in charge of the
investigation in Jersey City, were back
5n their offices this morning after a
long conference with the government
experts in Washington.
Both Eaid that their trip had been
eminently satisfactory and that de
velopments of the highest importance
would follow.
Doctor McLaughlin. who ia making
scientific Investigations of the effects
of cold storage upon foods, had sev
eral consultations with Dr. H. W.
Wiley, chief chemist of the agricultural
department. With other experts they
examined his camples and microscopic
slides of- cold storage stuffs.
Has the Most
It goea to 02,012 nubstcribers,
fully 85 per cent of tbem wltbln
the retail tradlns limits of San
Franeiaco' retail «tore».
V very low estimate of a daily
newspaper is four readers to each
copy circulated. This alone would
represent a reading clientele of
over "50,000 people within the
retail limits.
it <:ons to tub si'B-
It Commands Their Confidence for Yoo
/the call n
No matter what your want
may be. The Call Classified
Cbiumns will surely fill it-
Every classification,- and new
ones made to fill any legiti-
mate demand. Plenty of cour-
teous clerks at the counter.
Xs-o waiting. Xo delay. Sure
and certain results.
Rent Your Rooms Quicker
ThroaKli the Call "Want Ad» j
Physician and His Student Are
Arrested on Complaint
of Women

OAKLAND, Feb. 21. — Dr. O. L. Jones,
a physician with offices at 530 Thir
teenth street, and Rodney McClure, a
student working in Jones' office, were
arrested today on complain of Miss
Ruth Chamberlain. Miss Chamberlain
and her mother live at the Tyrone
lodging house, above Doctor Jones'
quarters, renting the rooms from the
She charges that last .Friday^ night
Dootor Jones and McClure entered the
apartments and started to take away
Eome sheet music not owned by them.
The girl and her mother objected, and
McClure, it is alleged, struck Mrs.
Chamberlain on the wrists. Then Doc
tor Jones joined in the fray, and the
elder woman asserts that the physician
struck her to the floor and kicked her.
The night of the occurrence the two
women did riot take action, but this
morning the daughter swore out war
rants. Police Judge Smith fixed bail
for e«ich prisoner at 1100, which was
supplied by Doctor oJnes.
Santa Clara Seniors Ready to
Stage "The Bells"
[Special Dispalch lo The Call]
SANTA CLARA, Feb. 21. — A final full
dress rehearsal was held by the senior
dramatic society actors of Santa Clara
college tonight in preparation for the
staging of 'The Bells" at th» Victory
theater, San Jose, tomorrow afternoon
and evening.
The cast has been strengthened since
the December production by the intro
duction of Bertrand Gearhardt of Fres
no as Christian, Harry M. Gallagher of
Nevada City as "Daddy" Walters, and
Herbert Ganahl of Berkeley as the mes
merist. ».
Proceeds from "The Bells" will be
given to the poor children's home in
San Jose.
k The vaudeville features will include
Maude Lillian Berri in songs and a
sketch; Miss Carrie Goebel Weston,
violinist, and Miss Marion Prevost,
Marine News
Items of Interest to Mariners
of the Pacific
PORTLAND, J>h. 21.— The towboat O'-kla
haina moved the British steamer River Clyde
from tfce Inman-Poulsen mllb yesterday to the
North Pacific mills, after which, it went to As
toria to bring the schooner Irene to Stella.
After nuisbtng disoliurgin;: its carp> at Onk
stret-t <I<->c!: tbe steam schooner Sagiuaw, Cap
tain Walvlg, which arrived from San Francisco
yesterday morning, will gi> to Willapa for a
csrjro «f lumber. On the way up the river it
discharged 12.W0 kegs of powder at Martins
Blunts Tret light vesst-1 No. S3, stationed off
Cape Memloeino, will be replaced temporarily
by relief light vessel No. SO about March 10. ac
cording to advices received by Commander Elll
cott this morning fri.»m the inspector of the
twelfth district. V'l
British steamer Glcnaffric'moved from the St.
John? mills yesterday to Inaian-I'nulsen mills
and resumed loading lumber this morning fur
Chinese ports.
It was reported this morning that the British
ship Glenbolm. ; Captain Williams, has been
fixed for a general cargo from Hull and Antwerp
to Portland. It is under charter to Henry Luud
& Co. and is consigned to Taylor, Young & Co.
here. It may come by way of San Francisco.
ASTORIA, Feb. 21.— Steamer Olympic sailed
Sunday with a cargo of lumber for San Fran
Steamer Yellowstone cleared at the custom
house today for San Francisco with a cargo of
GOO.W) feet of railway ties loaded at St. Helens
and 200,«X> feet of ties loaded at Uoble.
Steam schooner Hornet arrived this morning
from San Francisco to load lumber at the Brix
will at Knappton.
Four masted (schooner Irene, Captain MoChell.
arrived Sunday from San Pedro, after au un
eventful and fairly fast passage. It will load
railroad ties at Stella for a return to Sau
Pedro. i
Steam schooner Thomas L. Wand arrived this
morning from San Francisco to load lumber for
a return.
Oil tank steamer Rosecrans arrived today from
San Francirco with a cargo of fuel oil.
Steamer Ramona arrived Sunday from Coos
bar with freight and passengers.
Steamer Rose City arrived today from San
Francisco with freight and passengers.
Oil tank steamer W. S. Porter left for San
Francisco this morning after having discharged
its cargo of crude oil.
Steamer Yellowstone, with a cargo of lumber
for San Francisco, weut to sea this morning.
Steamer Joban Paulsen, which sailed for San
Francisco Sunday, carries a cargo of 150,000 feet
of lumber loaded at Lluuton, 50,000 feet loaded
at Preseott, 350,000 feet loaded at Rainier and
110.000 feet loaded at tbe Astoria box company's
British eUIp Leyland Brothers has been char
tered to load lumber to South Africa. The ves
sel arrived h*»re March C, 100S, and has been
lying idle sine* that time. With the chartering
of the Leyland Brothers the list of disengaged
craft in the river has been reduced to thwe.ves
sels. The British bark Donna Francisca arrived
in March. 1908. In the fall of the same year
the British ship Brablock came in from Ant
werp. The Altalr is third and last of the dis
engaged fleet, having arrived October 29, 1909.
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 21. — Arrived— Steamer
George W. Elder, from Portland; steamer.Gov
ernor, from Seattle; Fteamer Homer, from San
Bias; tug Hercules, from San Francisco, with
oil barge Ninety -one in tow; bark Benicia, from
Bellingham; U. S. S. Whlpple, Truxton, Hop
kins. Stewart, Lawrence. Goldsborough, Perry,
Hull and Preble, from San Diego.
Sailed— Steamer Fair Oaks, for Grays Harbor;
steamer Rainier, for Puget sound; steamer Fran
cis H. Leggett, from Eureka.
SEATTLE, Feb. 21. — Arrived! Steamer Maver
ick, from Tacoma; British 6teamer Teucer, from
Taeoraa; steamer Watson, from sound ports.
Sailed — Steamer Colonel E. I* Drake, for San
Francisco, towing h»rge 3; steamer Maverick, for
San Francisco; British steamer Teuccr, for Vic
TACOKA. Feb. 21. — Arrived: Norwegian
steamer Trlcolt*. from ComOx; steamer Queen,
from San Francisco.
Sailed — French bark Marthe Roux, for United
Kingdom: steamer Watson, .for sound ports;
British steamer Teucer, for Seattle.
BR.EMESTOH. Feb. 21.- Arrived: United
States steamer Galveston, from San Francisco.
Tonnase EnßaKementa
ThP Britieh tank steamer Semlnole, which ar
rived from Mcjl Sunday, will return to the orient
with refined petroleum, having been chartered
prior to arrival.
The schooner Wawona is nnder charter for
lumber from Grays Harbor to San Diego at $4.00.
Xotlc« to Mariner*
Captain H. Paulson of Jue stramor Fairha^en
reports to the branch h.rdropraphlc office that en
February 17, 1910, in latitude north 47 degrees
26 minutes, longitude west 124 dfßrees IW) inin
utes. 45 miles south southeast from Tmatilla
re*-f Ilghtfbip, he saw a log SO feet lonir and 7
feet through afthe butt. J. CEURNETT.
Lleutenunt, U. S. N., in Charge.
Monday, February 21.
Schr Monterey. Kelly. •12 hoars. from Monte
rey, In tow tug Navigator.
', Monday, February 21.
Stmr Flfield. Jen**n. Bandon.
fcjtnir Raymond, Knudson, Grays Harbor.-,
outside bound in—l 2 midnight
Schr Virginia. - -
EEDONDO BEACH—Arrlveil Feb 21—Stmr
Frauds H. Lfgpett and. gtuir Capastrano, from
San Frauei«<:o. litlrtifiJUjglPTß l* l'fiSmnnrnpffipa
Sailed Feb 21—Stmr Francis H. Lessett and
utrar Capastrano, for Kan Francisco; schr Azalea,
for Eureka. - - V \u25a0
HONOLULU—SaiIed k Feb 21—Stmr Xevadan,
for San I'racClsco. majßtUtffflz&S&i&Pm.*
Offers to Settle With Alleged
Squatter on Land Needed
in Alameda
ALAMEDA, Feb. 21. — The Southern
Pacific expects to effect a compromise
with George Hilton, an alleged squatter
who secured a temporary restraining
order last week from the superior court
preventing the company from grading
for its double track electric system
over land claimed by him. The an
nouncement is made by F. W. Hoover,
an industrial agent for the Southern
It is understood that the Southern
Pacilifc company is willing to pay Hil
ton on a basis of $1,000 an acre for
land required for the right of way
and street through the realty he claims.
City Attorney Simpson says that ap
proval of the compromise plan will
probably be denied by the council, as
the railroad company was granted a
franchise over land which is claimed
by the city as a public street.
City Assessor Fred Croll says that
it does no,t appear that the realty
claimed by Hilton was . ever assessed
to him and Croll declares that he will
refuse to assess the disputed two acres
of land to the alleged squatter.
Junior Class of St. Mary's Col
lege Gives Entertainment
OAKLAND. Feb. 21.— Washington's
birthday was celebrated tonight at St.
Mary's college by the junior class in
the alumni gymnasium. Sylvester N.
Andriano delivered the oration and gave
a patriotic and appropriate talk. The
musical and literary numbers were as
Medley, "American Fantasia" Bendis
College orchestra.
Joseph I. Callanan.
Barytone solo, "Ovi»r the Ocean" ....... Petrle
12. K. Lconhardt.
"Over the Hills From the Poorhousc"... .Carlcton
Thomas- M. McCarthy.
Tenor solo, "Speak to Mo Again" Mlllard*
J. I. O'Meara.
Daniel F. Sheeny.
Overture, "Apollo" . .' Tabanl
College orchestra.
"The Ghost of au Old Continental" Brooks
T. Arthur King.
Violin solo, "Ob^rtass' ..~ Wieniawski
J. P. McCarthy.
Double quartet, "The Sword of Bunker
Hill" Covert
Glee club.
"The Dream of Eupene Aram" Hood
.. \u25a0 Charles T. Moul.
Gallop, "Crescens" Strong
College orchestra.
Cruiser Birmingham Goes to
Aid the Culgoa
HAMPTON. Va., Feb.. 2l. — The scout
cruiser Birmingham steamed out of
Hampton roads ' this morning under
rush orders. It is reported that the
steamer Culgoa is in distress with sev
eral large targets she la towing to
Hampton roads. It is possible that
the Culgoa's predicament gave rise to
the report that the missing naval tug
Nina was lying on the beach.
One Raft Damaged
WASHINGTON, Feb. 21.— The Culgoa
Failed from New York Saturday, towlns
two naval target rafts for the use of
the fleet at Guantanamo, Cuba.
The commander signaled the navy
department by wireless that one of the
rafts was badly damaged and that be- i
cause of heavy weather he would need
assistance to bring it to port.
The Birmingham was sent out to
take one of them in tow, and she, with
the Culgoa, will come into Hampton
roads until the weather abates.
rlusband of Society Matron Is
Forbidden to Remarry
NEW YORK, Feb. 21.— What Is pre
sumably the last chapter in the tangled
marital difficulties of Mrs. Prances
Burke-Roche-Batonyi was written 'to
day by Justice McCall when he signed
the final decree of divorce separating
the society matron from her last hus
band, Aurel Batonyi.
Mrs. Burke-Roche-Batonyi is per
mitted to assume her former name, the
Batonyi portion thereby being dropped,
if she should so desire. Batonyi Is for
bidden to remarry.
Mrs. Burke-Roche. daughter of the
millionaire horseman and banker,
Frank Work, married Batonyi in 1905.
She sued for a divorce, charging her
husband with improper conduct, and a
jury a few months ago found in her
favor. \u25a0
York, Feb. 21. — Twenty scholarships* in col
lejres and theological seminaries- throughout the
United States will be endowed by the feder
ation of churches of New York city. The
scholarships will be awarded to worthy young
men who intend to enter the ministry.
Sent to Demonstrate the Merits of
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What It Has Done For Others It Can
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We have testimonials by the hun-
dreds showing: all j stages, - kinds - and
degrees of piles which 'have been
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George Washington
Fails to Show Up
At the Jail Door
OAKLAND, Feb. 21— Georce*
WsiKliinKtou of Mount Vernon -
may have been first in peace,
first in ivur and first in tbe
benrtn of hln countrymen, but his
namesake, George .Washington of
Emeryville, is last in jail. He lit
expected there, bavins been
trusted by Judge Coburn of the
racetrack town to convey himself
thither, but at a late hour tonight
lie hail not knocked at the sate of
the county bastile for admission,
though Judge Coburn had given
hint carfare.
George "Washington /it Emery
ville vvns arrested for celebrating
the birthday of the other George
two days too soon. Coburn ar
raigned him this morning and
naked him If he were- guilty or
not guilty of intoxication.
"Judge, I can not tell a He; I
am drunk," said George Wash
\u25a0 He was given a 10 day sen
tence, but Judge Coburn was
touched by the man's frank con
"I ' think you are an honest
man," he said.. "I think you are
honest enough to go to jail alone
without a guard. Here's a nickel
to pay your fare. Itelease the
prisoner." '
Marshal Carey started to give a
warning, but he was promptly
silenced by the court.
"Does uot Judge Lindscy of
Denver trust his boys to take
themselves to prison unescorted t
How much more then should I
trust this man, who has an hon
est fnce ami can not tell a lie."
Curey could not answer this
judicial query and George Wash
ington wan permitted to go with
the judicial nickel.
, He started for Oakland, where
the county jail In, and was soon
lost to sight. Coburn telephoned
to Jailer "White to expect the
"You won't have to wait long,"
he said.
, White is still waiting for
George "Washington, but he snys
he has given up expecting.
Felt. 21.— A dennitc date for the holding of
the annual convention of the American min
ing congress was selected today when Septem
lH»r 26 was set for the opening of the conven
tion, which will continue to October 1.
Marriage Licenses |
The following marriage licenses were issued In
Sau Francisco Monday, February 21, 1910:
ARNAUD— CLARK— Edwnrd F. Arnaud, 29, CG
St. Mary's aye., and Bessie K. Clark, 22, 414
Twenty-sixth st,
BAIROS— DB UoXXEAU— Joaquin J. Bairos, 44,
435 Kearny ft., aud Jeanne L. de Bonneau, 32,
1)27 Jackson st.
BLOOMFIELD— PETERS— WiIIiam 11. . Bloom-
field. 24, Antioth, and Xettie W. Peters, 19,
DOUGLAS— HAIRE— Robert Douglas, 22, 3410
Sixteenth st., aud Sarah llalre, 20, 57 Dehou
FRY— MacGAVIX— Robert D. Fry Jr., 10, 1812
Jackson st., and Emilia 11. MacGavin, 10, 2602
California st.
lIUGGIXS— McMAXUS— Harry G. Husglns, 22.
San Francisco, and Viola M. McManus, 18, 81
Alvarado st.
LIXCOLX— CLARK— Eugene 11. Lincoln, 39,
and Maud W. Clark, ao, both of San Jose.
QUEXZEL— CARLE— JuIius E. Qucnzel, 24, and
Lena Carle, 20, both of Berkeley.
REICH— ABRAHAM— Hugo Reich, 35, 1310
Webster. St., and Johanna Abraham, 25, 353
I'resldlo aye.
Sam.ii tit is. 32, Sl5B Twenty-second gt., and
Baselea Panteloudakes, 20, 1973 Howard st. !
SCOTT— G I LL— Herbert J. Scott, 26, and Sarah
Gill, 20, both of 3St> Hayes st.
31, 4579 Eighteenth st., and Mabel Steigler,
25, 835 Octavia St.:
SPAXO— BRAXDXER— Dominick Spano, , 23.
1658 A Mason St., and Lillian Brandner, IS, 120
Sliver aye.
SPEIER— LAZAXSKY— Max Speier, 37. 1513
Golden Gate .aye., and Tillie Lazansky, 20,
2513 Bush st.
WILD— LOG AX— Joseph F. Wild. 29, Sun Fran-
cisco, and Grace Logan, 23, 1029 Bryant st.
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mall
will not be Inserted. They must be Landed la at
either of the publication offices and be" Indorsed
with the name and residence of persons author*
lied to have the . same published. Notices re-
stricted simply to the announcement of the event
are published once in this column free of charge.
DEUS— In this city, February IS, 1010, to the
wife of John Dens, a sou.
LAMBERT— In this city, February 13, 1910, to
the wife of William W. Lambert, a son. .
McARTHUR— CRONE — In this city, February
12, 1010, by the Rev. O. A. Bernthal, Wilbert
N. McArthur of Sacramento, Cal., and Matilda
L. Crone of Monroe, Mich.
REDDEHASE— SOMMER— In this city, Febru-
ary 20, 11)10, by the Rev. William Schmidt,
Herman Reddehase and Annie Somnicr, both of
•San Francisco.
WHIGHAM— SEAVY— In tbis city, February 19.
1910. by the Rev. O. A. Bernthal, Richard
P. Wblghara and Minerva C- Seavy, both of
San Francisco. \u0084
Ho! oil an, James .... 4
Horn, Charles V.... 58
Johnson, Andres ... 03
Kenuey, Elizabeth .. OS
Levls (Mass)
Logan, Stephen.*..-... 5."i
Macdonald, Gertrude.' 10
Maslioff, Dora . .... ST
Mayrhofer, Leonhard 54
McCarthy. James . .. 27
McPake. Annie .....75
Minnetti, Mrs. M.. .71
Olsen, Emily 5..... 7<i
Rooney, Mrs.. X. . . .. 37
Russl, Ursula 11.-.. . 58
Veeatb, Mrs. Louisa. «0
Well, 5arah......... 71
Wrleth, Grant .'.:.. 30
Young Men's . lnstl- -
tuto 4 (Mass)
ALEXANDER— In this city. February 20." 1010,
James Boardman Alexander, a native or Massa-
chusetts, 'aged 74 years.
BEICKE— In this city. February' If), 1910. Lil-
lian K. BelcUe,. beloved wife of Henry .F.
-Belcke. and sister of Mrs. Frank (Jushman and
Fred Chapman, a native "of Victoria. B.- C,
aged 32 years 10 montha and 23 days.
. . Friends \u25a0 are - respectfully i invited to attend
the fuueral today (Tuesday), February 22, at 10
a. m:, .at the chapel of N.- Gray & C0.,;21tM
r,<?ary -'street . corner of > Devlsadero. 5 Interment
Grcenlawn , cemetery, -by . automobiles. \u25a0 y- ; . ,_•
BOWEN^-In San Jose; Cai:, February 21, 19l0 t
Margaret.-Bowen."' relict of > the : late James
P.- Bowen, and loving mother of 'Mrs. r Joseph
Bello and the late Charles J. Bowen, a' native
of County Cavan. Ireland, aged 74 * year*, v ' ..
- Friends and . acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend 1 • the \u25a0:£ tomorrow
. (Wednesday) ;\u25a0 February 23, : at \u25a00 ; a. m/,~* from
the family > residence.- 208 Montgomery ; street,
San Jose, thence to St. Joseph's church,- where
a • solemn requiem : mass will « be/ celebrated for
the repose ofrlier soul, commeneiuj: at-O:OO
.a.^ni. Interment. Santa Clara "Cemetery.
BEAT— In „ this city.' ; February "~ 20. ' 1910. • iat
";= bis late ! residence, - 5«"3 : Clayton ) street \u25a0 between
I*a?e^and Halgbt.- Arthur, Bray, / beloved < hus-
,band v of," the late Effle S. , Bray, and % father
.of I-^rances \u25a0 L.> and > Mildred ; E.y- Joseph i 0.1 and
i Arthur Bray - Jr.,' ' a native of : Kaota^ Clara,"
Alexander, Jas. B. 74
Beicke.. Lillian -8..52
Bowen, - Margaret.. 74
Bray, Arthur .... 50
Buzzlnl, Anita .... 1
Carlyle, • Clarence
(Bro. Anselm ) ... 17
Carmona. May ... —
Clark. George 5... 62
Collins, John T 44
Cromwell, Capt.S.H. 0O
Fleischman. Anna M. 75
Fleming, Geo. P.... 33
Franke, • Mary C. .. 0j
FrBSfir, , James 0. .. 70
Gaddini, Michael .. 02
Gicsen,= Fritz ..... 50
Glass, Cnpt.'W. C. 75
Heros, \u25a0 Romella ... 72
Herring, Geo. W;. 49
County Clerk Is Accused of
Scheming to Deprive Berke
ley Voters of Rights
OAKLAND, Feb. ,21.— -County Clerk
John -P. Cook and Supervisor Fred Foss
of Berkeley, clashed again today at the
weekly meeting of the board of super
visors, the occasion for the dispute be
ing an attack by Foss on Cook's method
of registering: voters.
Foss accused Cook - of having said
"behind closed doors", that he would
not give Berkeley voters a fair chance
to register. The Berkeley supervisor
was backed today by a number of vot
ers from his city. His accusation was
the signal for Cook to utter a vigor
ous denial and to denounce Foss for
having made "an unwarranted and un
fair attack, with no truth in it." Warm
words were being exchanged when
Chairman Kelley of the board rapped
for order. - *
\u25a0 The dispute "is over Cook's new way
of registering voters. He announced
a short time ago that he would not ap
point registration- deputies throughout
the county as he had done previously,
but would hold meetings instead. He
issued a schedule of these meetings,
and a force of his deputies is now en
gaged in going from place to place to
meet voters who wished to register.
Cook also announced that he would ap
point registration deputies to serve in
various parts of the. county at a later,
date. .
The county clerk insisted on making
a statement explaining his methods, in
spite of the fact that Chairman Kelley
said that it was a matter he should
settle with Foas. Cook declared that
his plan of holding meetings first and
appointing registration deputies after
ward was one that was fair to all can
didates and accomplished better re
sults in getting out a large registration
correctly. " -\>
Women of First Baptist Church
Arrange Entertainment
ALAMEDA, Feb. 21. — The women of
the First Baptist church will present a
George and Martha Washington enter
tainment and social tomororw night.
The program proper will be given in
the auditorium of thee hurch. In the
lecture room will be a scene depicting
Washington and his troops in camp at
Valley Forge. The program includes
patriotic songs and recitations.
Cal., ajred 50 years 11 months and 22 days.
A member of Starr King lodpre No. 344. IT.
& A. M., and Golden Gate commandery No. 10,
(Los Angeles papera please copy.)
Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral services tomorrow (Wednesday),
February 'S3, at l:X0 p. m., from King Solo-
mon's hall. 1731) F'lllmoro street near Sut-
ter, under the auspices of Starr King lodpe
No. 344, F. & A. M. luterment Cypress Lawn
cemetery, by electric funeral car from Thir-
teenth and Mission streets. Remains at the
new funeral chapel of Charles 11. J. Truman,
1010 Mission street between Fifteenth and
BUZZINI— In this city. February 21. 1010. at
tbe pareuts' residence, 711 Shotwell street,
Anita, dearly beloved daughter of George A.
and Alice Riuzini, aud sister of Albert Buz-
zlul, a native of San Francisco, aged 1 year
1 mouth and 21 days. r .~ '.*'".
CAELYLE— In this city," February 10. 1010,
brother Anselm (Clarence Carlyle), dearly be-
loved son of Ana^tasla and the late C. S.
Carlyle, a native of San Francisco, Cal.. aged
17 years.
The funeral will take place this (Tuesday)
morning; from the residence of his grandmother,
Mrs. Mary O'Connor, 2740 Lacuna street,
thence to at. Brlgid's church, where a requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul, commencing at 0 o'clock a. m. Interment
(private), Holy Cross cemetery.
CARMONA— In Berkeley. Cal., February 20,
1010, May Carmona, beloved wife of F, S.
Carmona. loving mother of Frederick A.,
Marguerite, Frank and Hazel Carmona, daugh-
ter of Jaue Boyd aud the late David Boyd,
aud sister of John and the late Samuel Boyd
and Mrs. T. Morau.
The funeral will take place today (Tues-
day), February 22, at 2 p. m., from the
undertaking parlors of Jameson & Nlehaus,
2434 Telegraph avenue, Berkeley, at Dwigut
way station.
CLAKK— In this city. February 19. 1910, at
the Kellef nome for Aged and Infirm, George
S.; Clark, a native of New York, aged 02
years. .
COLLINS — In this city, February 21, 1010. John
[ T., dearly beloved husband of Emma C. Col-
lins, father of John T. Collins, and brother
of Mortimer Collins, a native of County Cork,
Ireland, aged 44 years.
The funeral will take place tomorrow
(Wednesday), at f>:4s a. m., from the parlors
of J. C. O'Connor -&r Co., 770 Turk street,
thence to St. Agnes church, where a requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of
his soul, commencing at 0:30 a. m. Inter-
ment Holy Cross cemetery, by funeral car from
Thirteenth aud West Mission streets. Please
omit llowers.
CROMWELL— In this city, February 19, 1910.
Captain Samuel 11. Cromwell, beloved husband
of Isabel Cromwell, and father of Mrs. Ira
G. Leek, a. native of Vineyard Haven. Mass.,
kged 00 years 10 months and 4 days.*
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral services today (Tuesday), Feb-
ruary 22, at 2 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, 218 Shotwell stceet between- Sixteenth
and Seventeenth. Interment Vineyard Haven,
Mass. ' -~
FLEISCHMANN— Ia' this* city. February 21.
1010, Anna M., beloved wife of the late
John Fleischmann,- sister of Mrs. Thomas M.
Holt; and aunt of Mrs. Florence C. B. Thorp,
a native of Bavaria, Germany, aged 75 years
and 11 months. A member of ' Walhalla Re-
beknh lodge No. 130, I. O. O. •!•'., and Ger-
inania circle No. 33, U. A. O. D.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
' invited to . attend \u25a0 the funeral tomorrow
(Wednesday).. February 23, at 2 p. m.. from
the parlors of H. F. Suhr & Co., 2919 Mis-
sion street between Tw«nty-flf th and Twenty-
sixth. Incineration I. O. O. F. cemetery.
' I. O." O. F.— To the of Beers and members:
You are hereby requested to assemble »t the
. -parlors -of H. F. Suhr & Co., 2919 Mission
street between Twenty-flfth and Twenty-rixth.
tomorrow (Wednesday), February -23, at 1:30
-p. m., i to attend the funeral of our departed
".sister, Anna M. FU-ischmann." By order
To tlie officers and members : You are hereby
requested to assemble at the parlors of H. F.
Suhr & Co., 2919 Mission street ; between
Twenty-flfth . ;and Twenty-sixth, tomorrow
(Wednesday), February 23. at 1:30 p. m., to
attend the funeral of our late sister, Anna M.
' Fleisoumann. By order
' MRS. MARGARET KOBER, Arch Druldess.
MRS. D. BECKMANN, Secretary.
FLEMING— In this city, /February 19. 1910,
George I'eter, dearly beloved husband of Emma
\u25a0 Fleming, I loving - father of Lawrence Fleming,
and stepfather of : Myrtle : Scper, a' native of
Buffalo, N. V.. \u25a0. aged 33 "years and 6 months.
rA'.member of. Court James G. Blame No. 207,
- Foresters ; of ..'America. (Buffalo, N. V., pa*
pers please copy.) \u25a0'' ' •
• Friends : and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to: attend the < funeral -today (Tues-
day), February 22, 1010. at 8:15 o'clock o. ia..
.from, his late residence, 037 Eureka street,
- thence to St. Anthony's church,' Army and
Folsom - streets, . where •a ' reqniem high . mass
- will t be ; celebrated , for; the irepose of his soul,
-..commencing; at '.» a. m. Interment Holy Cross
cemetery, by, carriage. .'.;;/.;
,: COURT' JAMES -G. BLAINE No. 207. F.
\u25a0 V of i A. — Officers - 1 and *• members ' are \u25a0 hereby ' no-
: tifled to ; attend .. the • funeral \etr, our \u25a0 late
brother.' -"5 George ' - Fleming, " today (Tues-
\u25a0 day),'- February 22, ."at 8 a. '"m.,: from: his
'\u25a0 late residence,' 037 Eureka street. By order :
j '\u25a0\u25a0} I . ;\u25a0• \u25a0M . NEWBERT, Fin. Sec.
FRANKE — In East Oakland.- Cal., February 20.
""'\u25a0 1010, " Mary Catherine .: Franke/ _ widow.: of : the
\u25a0 late -Samuel ; F. - Frauke.v and mother of ' John
' " W.'-Franke and Mrs. Flora F. Hawley.a native
r". of iVirglnla, '\u25a0 aged CO years • 3 :inonths and 20
todays.:" .-;; \u25a0 ;. ;\u25a0• -.-, "'.< :': -.X't-,; "\u25a0''.:'\u25a0
FRASER— In r < Oakland. ? Cal., Febniary. 21.>1910.
James C" Fraser, ; dearly beloved \u25a0 husband of
*S*3r£M*i-"'' " v — — — —
s**isSSr''- \u25a0•,\u25a0'•\u25a0•-*'\u25a0<-\u25a0- \u25a0. -
County Auditor Asks Supervis
ors to Furnish Him With
Necessary Data
OAKLAND, Feb. 21. — Formal action
In securing an investigation of the af
fairs of the office of County Auditor
George S. Pierce was taken today by
the board of supervisors, who appointed
Lester, Herrick & Herrick, expert ac
countants, of San Francisco to make
that investigation. resolution ap
pointing them was Introduced by Su
pervisor Mullins ' and was seconded by
Supervisor. Foss.
The supervisors received a commu
nication from Pierce asking to be fur
nished with data with which he could
compute the amounts of money due to
the. city of Oakland from the annexed
districts. He said that he was unable,
from any data now in his possession,
to learn what tax payers resided in the
annexed^districts, nor just what prop
erty was part -of these districts. He
has no maps showing the boundary
lines between the old city of Oakland
and the districts recently taken in. He
petitioned the supervisors to give him
sufficient data, and promised to furnish
the desired Information. as to the funds
as soon as he got it. \u25a0:
The grand jury will meet again
Thursday to resume its Investigation
into the affairs of Pierces office. Pierce
himself has consulted former District
Attorney John J. Allen as to les'al
points that have been raised during
the inquiry-
J. E. Comstock Kicked by Horse
and Seriously Hurt
REDDING, Feb. 20.— Suffering from
a badrj^ fractured leg as the result of
being kicked by a horse, J. E. Com
stock of San Francisco, the nephew
of President Robert C. Clowery of
the Western Union telegraph, lies In
a hospital here,-
Comstock was In charge of a tele
graph construction crew near here and
received an' Injury while riding one
horse, and leading another.
His Injuries are so serious that his
relatives have been summoned from
San Francisco.
COOK ON THE WTNG— Santiago. Chile, Feb. 21.
Dr. Frederick A. Couk left today for Val
paraiso, v
Water drinking ia an excellent aid to
general good health. Try Shasta. • :
Catherine E. Fraser, father of J. G. and C. C.
Fraser. and brother of Hugh Fraser of San
Francisco, a native of Ottawa. Can., aged 70
years 7 months and 29 days.
GADDINI— In this city." February 21. 1910.
Michael, beloved husband of ElUa Gad'liui.
and beloved father of Mario, Antone, John,
Joseph, Frank. I.awrene* and Teresa Oaddlnl.
a native of Italy, aged ' 62 years 4 months
and 27 days.
GIESEN— In this city. February 19. 1910. Fritz,
dearly beloved husband of Rosina Glesen. lot-
lng father of Louis. Fred. Jr. and Alrina Gie-
sen, and brother of Robert Giesen of Fruit-
vale. Cal., a native of Esslingen, « Wurttem-
berg. Germany, aged 50 years 2 months and
22 days. A member of Saa Francisco Schwaben
Terein and San Francisco Turn Terein,
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral today (Tues-
day), February 22. at 2:30 p. m.. from the
parlors of 11. F. Suhr & Co.. 2019 Mission
street between Twenty-flfth and Twenty-sixth.
Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery, by electric
funeral car from Twenty-eighth and Valencia
GLASS— In this city. February 21. 1910, Cap-
tain William C. Class, loving father tof Hush
M., William C. Jr. and John R. Glass, a na-
tive of Bangor, Mr., aged 75 years and 1
month. A member of George H. Thomas post
No. 2v O. A. R.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral tomorrow (Wednesday), February
23, at 1 p. in., from , Hamilton hall, corner
of Geary and Steiner streets, under the aus-
pices of George H. Thomas post No. 2, G.
. . A. R. Interment National cemetery, l»resldio.
HEROS— In the city and county hospital. Feb-
ruary 20, 1910. Romella Heros, a native of
Mexico, aged 72 years.
HEREING— In this city, February 20. . 1910.
Geonre W. Herring, age<l 4!» years. A member
of Sakima tribe No. 210, Imp. O. R. M.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral today (Tuesday),
at 1 10:13 o'clock, from tbe mortuary chapel
of H. F". Petersen. 1342 Devisadero street
between Ellis and O'Farrell. where services
will be held under tbe auspices of Sakima
tribe No. 210, Imp. O. R. M. Interment
Mount Olivet cemetery. via 11:30 train from
Third and Townsend streets.
HOLOHAN-— ln the city and county hospital.
February 20. 1910. .James Holohan, a natvle
of Boston, Mass., aged 41 years.
HOHN— In this city, February 19, 1910. Charles
V.,' beloved father of Ethel A. and Roscoe G.
Horn and Mrs. A. 11. Much, a native of
Maine, aged 53 years and 10 months.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend tbe funeral today (Tues-
day), at 9 a. m., from the parlors of Hal-
sted & Co., 924 Fillmore street. Cremation
Odd Fellows' cemetery. «•
JOHNSON— In this city. February 21. 1910.
Andres, dearly beloved husband of th* late
Lizzie Johnson, lovins father of Mrs. W. 11.
Winn- and I>r. Carrie Mooslln, and gran<V
father of Alfred and Gertrude Winn, aged
C 3 years 2 months and 10 day*.
KENNEY— In Berkeley. Cal.. February 20, 1910,
. Elizabeth M. Kenney, a native of Ireland,'
aged 63 years 11 months and 9 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services tomor-
row (Wednesday). February 23. 1910, at 0:30
o'clock a. m., at St. Joseph's church. 1500 Ad-
dison street. Interment private. Please omit
flowers. •
LEVIS— The fourth anniversary mass will be said
for the repose of the soul of tbe late Johanna
Levls, tomorrow (Wednesday), February 23.
at St. Dominic's church, corner of Pierce and
Bush streets.
LOGAN— In this city, February 21, 1910. Ste-
phen, beloved husband of Hanorah Logan, and
-father, of .Mary E.. Joseph A.. Thomas E.,
Agnes M., William E.. Anna H. and the late
John A.. Catherine and Stephen Logan, a na-
tive of County Galway. Ireland, aged 03 years.
(San Jose papers please copy.)
, - Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
\u25a0 Invited to attend tbe funeral tomorrow
(Wednesday), February 23. at S:3O o'clock
' a. m., from bis \u25a0 late residence, 4ts Liberty
street, thence to St. James church, where a
requienr mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. In-
terment Holy Cros» cemetery.
MACDONALD — In tbis city. February 21. 1910.
Gertrude, dearly beloved daughter of Anthony
. and the late Lizzie Macdonald. sinter of Marie
and Raymond Macdonald,. and niece of Ellen
and Andrew Macdonald, a native of San Fran-
cisco, aged 19 years. A member of St. Peter's
Academy Alumni association. •\u25a0
The funeral will take place tomorrow
(Wednesday!, February 23, 1910, at 8:30
o'clock a. in.,-' from her late residence. 1104
Treat • avenue, thence to . St. Perer's church,
where a requiem high mass will be celebrated
; for the repose of her soul, coramenclas it 9
o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
MASHOFF— At rest. In this city. February 19,
. 1910. Dora Masihoff. loving mother ot Mr«. C.
Klarmann, Mrs. : D. Barthold. - Mrs. K. Kock,
Mrs. -M. . Fucbs; Mrs. ~C. -Kinder and Mrs.
C." Marx -and .Mrs. D. Lutje and Christian
J MasboS of Germany, and the late Mrs. George
Thomlng, a native of Dellstedt, Holsteln, Ger-
many,'; aged , 87 . years 7 months and 12 days.
Friends and acquaintances are ~ respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral today . (Tues-
day), February 22, at 1 p. in., from her late
residence, 197-Tremont avenue off Frederick
street between Ashbury and : Clayton, inter-
A Non-Sectarian
Arrangements can be made In city office,
-.'.;• Post Street and Grant AT«aoe. ;i »,.
Physician Who Attended Young
Electrician Denies Treat
ment Was Improper
OAKLAND. Feb. 21. — On the testi
mony of Dr. E. N. Ewer, a coroner's
Jury sitting in an Inquest over "Ward
J. Barnes, brought in a verdict this
forenoon giving the cause of death as
tuberculosis, but censuring Dr. James
Stark for his treatment ot the pa
tient. The verdict read:
"We. the jury, find that the deceased.
Ward J. Barnes, aged 25 years, came to
his death at 2 o'clock p. m.. February
20, at 173S West street, from tuber
culosis of the lungs, death being hast
ened by Improper treatment given* him
by one Dr. James Stark."
Doctor Stark, who is a well known
practitioner of this city, established
for many years, looks upon th« case
of young Barnes differently from the
coroner's jury.
"The , patient came to me several
months ago from Sisklyou county."
said the doctor, "suffering from tuber
culosis. When I took his case I knew
there was no hope for him. and I told
him so. But I gave him the hypodar
mlcal medication I use, and at leant
he died easy. No more could have been
done; the patient would not have sur
vived under any treatment, for both
lungs were gone. I have used the
serum treatment I gave Barnes on
other patients, and I have cured many
cases by the treatment."
Ward J. Barnes was an electrician
employed until he came here for treat
ment by the Sisklyou power company
at Yreka. His remains will be shipped
to New York, his native state, for
follows: ALAMEDA. Feb. 21.— The
board of health and the board of edu
cation are at outs over 'the fumigating
by the former body of the Wilson school
last Saturday. The walls of a number
of thee lassrooms, which were recently
tinted at an expense of $400. were dam
aged, it ia alleged, so that It will be
necessary to have the jvork done again.
The education board authorities blame
the health board officials for ruining
the tinting, and it is poslable that the
health board will be asked to make
good the damage.
I J6O Buffet, weathered oak. $30 at
•H. Schellhaas, 403 11th st.. Oakland. •
ment Mount Olivet cemetery.
MAYKHOFER— In this city, February 20. 1310.
Leonhard Mayrhofer. beloved husband of the
late Antonla Mayruofer. devoted father of
Mrs. L. A. Perrier aa.l Rudolph. Arthur. Leon-
hard, Stephanie and Walter Mayrhoftr. and
brother of Mrs. M. Eckhart and Anton, NlcW
and the late Joseph Mayrhofer of San Jose.
t'aL. a native of Itoppen. Tyrol, Austria, aged
54 years 7 months and 12 days. A member of
Verein Eintracbt. (Saa Diegu and Los Att-
: geles papers please <-opy.)
Friends and acquaintances . are respectfully
mvit»-«l to attend the funeral today (Tues-
day), at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. from the funeral
parlors of the H. F. Maass company. 1335
Golden Gate avenue near Fillmore st-ett.
thence to St. Boniface's church. Golden Gate
avenue and Leavenwortn, street, where a te-
<juiem high mass will be celebrated for the re-
pose of his soul, commencing at 10 o'clock.
Interment noly Crofts cemetery, by electric
funeral car from Talrteenta * and West Ml»-
sioa streets.
McCAHTHY — In Saa Lorenzo. Febniary 17. 19l(>.
j'* la f»» beloved brother of Cornelius C. aod
Daniel McCarthy of Butte. Mont.. MoIUo Mc-
Carthy « n <i M ts . j. E . woodslde of Croci«tt.
- a native of the, parish of Kllnamartjra. County
Cork. Ireland. a?ed 27 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral todaj (Tues-
day). February 22, at 8:30 a. m.. from tbe
funeral parlors of Green. Ryan A Donohiv.
northeast corner of Sixteenth and Guerrero
streets, thence to Mission Dolores church,
where a requiem hlijb. mass win be celebrated
for the repose of his soul, cotnmenctos at 10
o'clock. Interment llolj Cross cemetery.
McPAKE— In this elty. February 10. 1010. at
St. Joseph's hospital. Auule McPafce. formerly
tbe faithful house keeper of the late Rev.
Father Gray, and sister of Mrs. Mary Menry,
a native of Ireland, aged 73 years. ,'
Friends and acquaintance* are r *-.-JfaHy
invited to attend the funeral to« *j tTnes-
Uay). at 9:15 a. m.. from tbv i>arU>rs of
Samuel McFudd.-u & Co.. 1070 Uaigat street
near Baker, tbeuce to St. Patrick's ebnrcn.
where a solemn requiem nixn mass will be
celebrated for the repose of ber soul, at
° ** m - Interment Hofy Cross cemetery.
MINjrETTI— In this elty, February IS). l!) 10. at
the Relief Home for A;ed and InSmi, Mrs.
Mary Minottti, a Dative of >ew York, axed
71 years.
OLSEN— In Alameda, Cal.. February 20. 1910.
Emily Sophia, dearly- beloved wife »f Ole
Otten, and mother of Oiat E.. Ktchard, Jo-
seph. Victor and Gustave Olsen. Mrs. Mc-
Kinna and the late llllie Christiansen, a na-
tive of Sweden, asert 7(J years and '£ months.
Friends and acquaintances arc respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral today (Tues-
day). February 22. IUIO. at 2 o'clock p. m..
from her late residence, SB5 Laurel street.
Alameda. Interment Mountain View cemetery.
SOONEY— In tbe city and county hospital. Feb-
ruary 19. 191U, Mrs. Katharine Koouey, a na-
tive of Maryland, axed 37 Tears.
SXXSSI— In Colma, Cal., Febniary SO. 1310. Ur-
sula 8., beloved wife of Peter B. Uusst. dearly
beloved mother of Frank. Mark. Frederick.
Peter and Josephine Ruxsi. jir«. Fred Com.
Mrs. Paul Holmes and Mrs. Arthur Barrlcks.
loving sister of Domenic Zar*. aad beloved
grandmother ot L'rsula Holmes, a native of
Milan, Italy, aged 33 years 3 montaa and Zi
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral today (Tues-
day). February 22, 1910. at 1:30 o'clock
p. m. sharp, from her late residence on
Rainier street. Colma, taeoce to tbe caapel
at Woodlawn cemetery, wtjere services will
be held. Interment Woodlawo cemetery. • -
VEZATH— In the city and county no*pita!, Feb-
ruary 19. 1910. Mrs. Louisa Veeatn. a native
of Germany, asred CO years.
WEIL— In Portland. Ore.. February 20. 1310,
Sarab, beloved wife of the late Lehman Well,
and loving mother of Mrs. James C. Ardety,
Mrs. Chapman S. Solomon. Mrs. Louis Hester.
Mrs. Harmon Eberbard. Mrs. Ainot F. Setrelt
.and. Mark Weil, a native of Germany, aged.
71 years 10 months and 19 day«.
Friends and acqnaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral Thursday, Feb-
ruary 24. from - the residence of Mrs. C. 3.
Solomon. 4030 Twentj-fonrtn street between
Koe and Castro. Interment Home of Peace
cemetery, by electric funeral car from Twenty-
elphth and Valencia streets.
WBIETH— In thU city. February 13, IDIO.
Grant Wrieth, aped SO- years.
YO'JMJ JUA'b i^aTxiUXK (Mass)— The an-
nual mass of requiem for the deceased mem-
bers of tbe Young Men's Institute, under th«
\u25a0a*ptr*s of tbe board of manag*in<>nt. will be
celebrated at St. Mary's cathedral today
(Tuesday), February 22, at 10 a. m. Rela-
tives and friends arc in-vited to attend.
J. I*. DBS EH*. President.
A. J. SCLUVAN. Secretary.
Seventy-Five Dollars
Main Office*: 2123 Bush St., W»st* 2639, and
1305 FraaUia «t. ar. 17ti. Oafrliad. Aon*
Oakland 4045.
BrancAea: 305 Montsomory «t. Flu Temp. 32C3,
And 827 ' Sonta Ftcusro* - it., - Las AsnUa*
\u25a0 Aata AmbUaas* aad Cuiu«m tn Hua» \u25a0 .-

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