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NEWS OF OAKLAND, BERKELEY, ALAMEDA, HOYWARD AND SAN LEANDRO
CHURCH WEDDING
FOR POPULAR GIRL
Cards Sent Out for Marriage of
Sc villa Harden io Clarence
Shuey
OAKLAND. April I.— Mr. and Mrs.
Brace Hayden have sent out cards for
the marriage of their daughter. Miss
S<-villa Hayden, and Clarence Stjuey,
on the evening of Tuesday, April 12, in
>t. Paul's Episcopal church. The wed
ding will be the most notable of the
earijr month. Several hundred guests
have been included in the church cere
mony, the service to be read by Rev.
Alexander Allen. Mrs. Reginald Fos
ter and Mrs. Maxwell Taft will attend
their sister as matrons of honor. Mrs.
Foster coming on from her home on
the Atlantic coast for the wedding.
The bridesmaids will be Miss
Helen Allen and Miss Chrissie Taft.
Little Betsy Taft will be a flower
jrirl. Herbert Shuey will serve his
hrother as best man. The ushers will
be James Keleher, Leslie Taylor, Cur
tire Hayden and John A. Brewer.
Miss Hayden has chosen a charming
effect in orchid shades for the gowns
of her bridal attendants.
After their honeymoon Shuey and
his bride will for a time live at the
Hayden family residence in Vernon
heights. JBvߣ
On the evening of- Saturday, April
9. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden will preside
at a d'nner. the members of their
daughter's bridal party being the
pruests.
Mrs. J. H. Shuey «""1 Mrs. Edward
Remillard presided ow one of the
most elaborate affairs of 'he week this
evening, receiving 200 guests at the
Home club in honor of Miss Sevllla
Hayden. Dancing and cards offered
the diversion to those who were asked
to meet the bride elect. Assisting the
hostesses In the receiving party were:
Mrs. Bracf Har<lf»n JMrs. Winifred Conltfr
Mrs. Granvill? Shtify ;Mrs. Ixiuis Hcngstler
Mr*. Maxwpll Taft jMrs. U»h*>rt Coulter
Miss Chrißsi»> Tsft iMlss Anna PoPton
Mict Helen Ailen !Mis* Anita Thomson
Mrs. Milton Andrew* Mi«-s riljo! Johnson
• • •
Miss Ftorrr.ee Plummer. Miss Laur
illa. Murdock. Miss Jean Tyson, a trio
of the season's brWes elect, and Miss
Elizabeth Greene, a charming eastern
jrirl. were the honored guests this
afternoon at a bridge luncheon oA"er
which Mrs. I. L. Bryner presided as
hostess at her home in Alameda.
The Junior assembly closed the sea
son this evening at a prettily appoint
ed dance in Maple hall a large num
ber of the_ 'younger set participating
in the «vent. An elaborate supper
rounded out the hour of dancing. The
patronesses of the assembly are:
Mr«. Tdfar Stnno Mrs. William Hlifh
Mrs. Arthur Crellin Mrs. N. A. After
Mr*. Frank A<Jsts«- :Mrs. riar»nc» Wetmore
Mr*. Samu'-l Br^rk Mr*, rrentisc Sflby
Vr«. J. R. Sonpham Mr*. f/9iiU Cockroft
Mr*. William. Sharon ..Mr?. C. tt'. Answ Jr.
• r •
Miss Edith White has been enter
taining a house party at the "^Vhite
• •ountry place near Lakevillc during
ihe last week, a number of guests go
ing up from the bay cities to accept
of her hospitality. Mrs. Leroy Briggs
returned several days ago nfter a
sojourn in the "White, place.
<;•*.-• • •
Miss Georgette Maxsily has included
two score friends from both sides of
the bay in her in\'ita.tion for cards at
the- Marsily residence In Harrison
street for the afternoon of Saturday,
April r». - .
One of the large nffairs for the com
ing week will be the reception for
which Mrs. Sam Bell Wakefield .has
p«»nt out cards for Tuesday afternoon.
Mr*. Wa.kefi>!d is planning to go
abroad this summer for an interesting
tour, closing her Lakeside home for
p^veral months.
Mr?. Fred Dorsaz has included a
f'orp of f/iends Sn her invitation for
Thursday evening of the coming week,
a game of cards and informal musicale
offering the diversion for the hour.
This is the first of a series of evening
affairs which Mrs. Dorsaz is planning
for the early spring.
• • •
-
In honor of Mrs. John Eddy of
Seattle, who visited in the bay cities
for a few days on her way home from
Coronado, where she has been spend
ing the season, Mrs. D. E. Skinner cn
tortained earlier in the week at her
home in Berkeley, 16 friends enjoying
hf»r hospitality for the earlier after
noon. A number of other guests
*ser<? asked for the 4 o'clock tea to
Hneet the attractive matron, who is
« frequent guest here.
A standing invitation. See H.
Srhollhaas. Oakland's furniture dealer.
Rle\'«ntfa street at Franklin. -, *
RETinUJS WITH FUGITIVX— OakIand. April
I. — Al Murrlork. h laborer, was broujrht from
Tii'-.lijrnn*' «;ity trxla.r. Wjpre he m** arrested
tor *teal!njr Jewrlrj- aud $Bo from the home
of \ln. Martha Mr Kay, 2aTl Mitchell street,
Oakland.
Best Quality Meats at Lowest Prices
A Few of Our Many Specials for Saturday
GEMJIXK SPRING LAMB , HAMS
Positively Ihe best detected quality Eastern No. 1 sugar-cured - Hams,
on the market every. one guaranteed U. S. In-
Hindquarters", sto 6 lb. average spected at ....19c1b.-
at 19c lb. Eastern No. 1 Bacon, 6 to 8 lb. ay-
Forequarters, same size and aver- erage at. .. .22j^c lb., by the strip
age at.. 14c lb. No. 1 Boiled Hams.27c lb., by the ham
VEAL », LARD
Choice yonng milk calros Pnre kettle rendered Lard in pails .
Legs Veal 12^c lb. • , : W
Veal Shoulder Roast 10c lb. 3 lb - Pails..... .........soc
Prime Rib Veal Chops A2Hc lb. 5 lb. pai15: .......... 90c
Veal Shoulder Chops ..10c lb. io lb. pai15.... :... ...t ....... .$1.75
Veal Stew .3 lbs. for 25c L ard Compounded in bulk. l2^c ? lb.
BEEF Lard Compounded in 5 Ib. pails. 6sc
Best steer quality
Round Steaks ......... .•! ..10c lb. HOME-MADE SAUSAGES
Sirloin Steaks 12^c lb. Hamburger . >. . . . . . . :3 lbs. for 25c
Rib Steaks 3 lbs. for 25c Pork Sausage ......... ..1254c lb.
Pot Roast ?s^c Home-made Frankfurters. -, r j 10c ' lb. r v
Cross Rib Roast S^c lb. Bologna, garlic or- liver. ' Sau- -
Home Cured Corn 8eef. . . . . . .6c lb. sage .1.3; lbs. for 25c
~~ QROGERIES
Good family Flour, 50 lb. sack. sl.3s Peerless Cornstarc|i, . regular - 10c"
Hawaiian Pineapple, grated, reg- packages, our price. :......... sc ;
ular 12% c can. our price... 10c Be^ Butter,, fancy Point Reyes.
„ ._\u25a0 -;, *„. o-» Creamery, full 2 lbs. f0r.... 60c
Santa Clara Prunes... 6 lbs. for 2«>c '*•_ - „
• *> doz 4»c w P acked T oma * oes; * caus * or ' dC^
k! S & s nC Chick?n'Tamale7. regular Fa ncy Japan Head Ricec :..v. sc, lb.
10c can, our price ..... . . . .5c Best Mexican C0ffee. . . . . . . ;20c lb.
Q rocerles Delivered to All Parts of Oakland,
Atameda, Berkeley, Frultvale Free of Charge
Washington Market
Cor. Ninth and Wa>hiri£tbn v >\u25a0 Oakland, Xaf.V
Mrs. G.D. Northrup, 7
SopranojWholsTo
.Give Public Recital
VOCALIST RETURNS
TO CONCERT STAGE
Mrs. Grace Davis Northrup Will
Appear in Recital at
Ebell Hall
'• :-;f'
OAKLAND, April 1. — Announcement
of more than usual interest to lovers
of music in the bay cities is that of -a
concert which will be given by Mrs.
Grace Davis Northrup Tuesday even
ing, April 12, af Ebell hall.
Mrs. Northrup has not been heard in
gong recital for more than a year. As
soprano soloist of the First Congrega
tional church Mrs. Northrup has won an
important place in musical affairs in
the west* on account of her splendid
work in the great oratorios. As direc
tor of the popular and successful Eu
rydice club Mrs. Northrup has achieved
results, which are evidenced by the
eight years of concerts which that or
ganization has contributed to the mu
sical life of this city.
Mine. Kileen O'Moore, a violinist of
ability, who l\an recently estabHshe?
her home here, will be presented at the
Northrup recital. Miss Mildred Turner
will be accompanist. The concert has
been arranged undor the direction of
Edward B. Jordan, manager of the
Musical exchange.
FORMER GRIDIRON STAR
REVISITS THE CAMPUS
Elvezib Mini, Famous Halfback,
on a Furlough
BERKELEY, April 1. — Elvezio Mini,
dashing halfhack in the old game and
university star for three years, has re
turned to this city from the Philip
pines, where he has been connected
with the constabulary for five years.
He now holds the rank of captain . in
the service, from which he is absent
on a furlough until September. Mini
was much interested ln the drilling
of the cadets, which he said was great
ly improved.
SCHOOL BOARD WILL
ASSIST WITH CENSUS
OAKLAND, April 1. — In taking: the
echbol census of Alameda county the
federal authorities will co-operate with
County Superintendent of Schools Frlck.
Blanks explaining the purpose of the
federal census were mailed to all the
school principals of the county today,
asking their help in making the census
complete and accurate.
Accompanying the blanks were joint
letters from Burke and Frick, asking
that the circular b^.read to pupils, and
that the pupils be instructed to inform
their parents of the coming of the cen
sus enumerators.
THE^SAN FRANCISCO CALL, ;iSAa%sMi;'?-^j^V\2| ; i;i9ite
BERKELEY BOY WINS
COMPETITIVE TESTS
Lay son Atkins Will Take Exam«
inations for Entrance to
West Point
BERKELEY, April I.— Layson 'At
kins, 17 'years of age, has won the ap
pointment to . the West Point
academy by passing with -flying, colors
the competitive examination held Feb
ruary 19. Against »his seven competi
tors" the Berkeley boy; won first honors
and the correcting board declared that
his average was extremely high in all
the subjects ' in which he was exam
ined.
Young Atkins, whose . widowed
mother,; Mrs. Louise. Atkins, was for
merly a school teacher of Oroville,- has
gained' the furtlter, distinction of hav
ing worked his way through school.
He is ,at present night clerk at the
Alta Vista apartments, at the corner of
Telegraph avenue and Bancroft way,
but finds time to engage in his studies
as a senior at the Berkeley, high school.
He stands at the head of his class in
mathematics and will graduate in De
cember.
Next January Atkins will take .the
entrance examinations to "West Point
at the Presidio and he also will be
examined as to. his physical condition.
The. friends of Atkins declare" that
there is no fear that he will not again
easily pass the grilling tests' and be
admitted to "Uncle Sam's training school
for officers in June. . \
Atkins was born in Hurleton,! Butte
county, and hii3 lived in -this city for
the last six years with his mother.
He attended the Mount Tamalpais
military academy at San Rafael for a
year.; \u25a0
OBJECT TO CROWING OF
ROOSTERS IN BERKELEY
Petitioners Ask Council to Ban
ish Domestic Birds
BERKELEY, April 1. — Alleging that
the early morning "songs" of the roost
ers in Berkeley were not conducive to
sleep, a number of petitioners asked the
city council this morning to prohibit
the keeping of chickens within the
city limits.
The council decided to ask for bids
for an automobile fire engine. On ac
count of the lack of funds the engine
probably will not be bought until after
July.
Justice Robert Edgar was granted a
vacation of two weeks beginning today.
He will travel in the northern part of
the state. Judge R. B. Tappan of Ala
meda probably will occupy the local
bench during his absence.
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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS I
* 1 -A j
I Marriage Licenses . [
Tbe following marriage licenses were issued
in San Francisco Friday, April 1, 1910:
BATES— LAMOUREAUX— George L. Bates, 28,
.Strathmore. " Can., and Elizabeth H. Lamour-
. eaux, 29, Seneca, Mo. ,
BATTEN— MORTIMER— Edward S. Batten, '2l.
116 Chenery St., and Dot K. Mortimer, 18 202
Eighth aye. '
CARPENTER— MEEHEN — Seth R. Carpenter
00, 300 Sixth st., and Mary R. Mechen, 43,
1001 Harrison st.
FURUYA — TAKUSAGAWA — KotFii.rnshi Funiya,
26. and Kikunn Takusagxwa, 24, both of Santa
Monica.
HART— PACKSCHER— Leon Hart, 21. Frosno,
and Tessle C. Packscher, 18, 2321 tjacra-
mento st..
HIGHLAND— OLSEN— Frederick T. Highland,
64, San Mateo, and Rlka'Olsen. 57, Sacra-
mento. •
HOURTANE— TANIBRE— Eueene J. Hourtane,
2S, and Alice. H. Tanlere, 28, both of Oakland.
JOHNSON— ANDERSON— Carl J. Johnson, 2,1.
33<55 Army St., and Alfrlda Anderson, 23 2211
Clay st.
KOYAMA— KIOTA— Matsuhei Koyama, 38 and
Yae Kiota, 28, both of. Santa Clara.
KURIHARA— YAGI— KInosuke Kurlhara, 35,
and Iku Vagi, 31, both of 1611 Gough st.
LARSEN— WHITNEY— AIfred Larsen, 27, 740
Clementina St., and Virginia Wliltney, 19 4
Eldrldge st. ' „
MEDLIN— KINO— WaIter G. Medlln. 30, Los
Palos, and Marrie King, 2.1, Clarksburg.
OKUNO— NISHIMURA— Gingiro Okuno, 30, and
Mtya Nishimura, 25, both of Salinas.
ONO — OKAZAKl— Klnosuke Ono," 34, and Kotora
Okazakl, 28, both of Sevastopol.
RIVERA— VELEZ— JuIio Rivera. 20. 12 Da-
ton, aye, and Juanita Velcz,' lB, 1233 Twenty-
ninth aye.. -'\u0084'.
RUELAS— MUNOZ— I»onato Ruelas, 27, 553
Unionist.,' and Amelia • Munnz, l!(, 3COS .'Rail-
- road avenue. , , . :
SUTTER— OWERDER— MarreII Sutter, 28 and
Katharina <;wcrder, 23, both of 017" Amazon
street. ' , .
WAECIITER— PARDUE— George M. Waechter
49, Sutter Creek, and Margaret E. Pardue 33,
; Comanchn. '.-- ' ' •
DEATHS
Abeille, Eustollfi. .]. \ 471 Ha'yos, Charles . . . . . 51
Anderson, Swan-..: 40 Hearty, .luUpx H ..
Beck. Julia ; ...... 7.1 Hildcbrant.O. ..1... 74
liley. Mlnn.vc . K..;. -i- Ix>onard, W. A. ..6. 4(5
Brennan.MaryL. .'. IS McDonell; -Aeneas ; . —
Brett. -.\u25a0'- Stuart ,S. I. 31 McMaban, Levenia E.
Cana van,"- B. ..'.... 70 McManuß, John (i:, AS)"
Casparl,: Caesar ...cr» Quin, -v Wllllamina .. —
ClPiuents. \u25a0' Catherine 74 Record, Mattic ../... 3
Collins,'. Emmet J..T. _— , Reldv, j Richard .I. .V. — '
Crocker, Clara- E.:.'— Rlor<lan; :? John ' F. 28
Davis. Milo Smith ;/82 ScUeibll;' James. :.: fll
Faulfls, Robert ...'— Scripture I.*1 .* Henry D~ 7o
Fiddcs, George ..•: 61 Starrctt. -Horaco-W.. 62
Furtado, Manuel ' F.* so Strickland, Mary' J.V. FlO
Garcia, .: Francisco.".; 84 TotzloftV* August . .*. ..' f>7
Gardiner, E.'L; \u25a0"•;,. 44 Tnulousc." Anna ..... U:
Giurkovicli, Samuel." 72 WIUIh,-- Edward \u25a0'. :.":. 75
Griffith, Christopher 47 Wilson,.H arriet .-A.'".".
Gur.'tovich, . Stino .... — . - ; . \u25a0 •
ABEILLE— In this city. April 1. 1910, Eustolle.'
beloved wife; of cMarius \u25a0 Abcllle. - and: devoted
mother of vMarle Abeille.a native of France,
aged 47. years. ' ' ' ' \u25a0 * \u25a0'\u0084 -: ' ,'.", .<
Friends ;\u25a0 and ? acquaintances ;.aro rcspeotfuHy.
' t . Invited to attend the funeral services : tomorrow
V ; (Sunday) .'-.' April 3. ,1910, • at " 10 o'clock ; a. m.,
iatjthe parlors of, Julius .S." Godeau;.' 2123 Bush
. v. stroet. «^lntorment "cemetery,' by
£\u0084a utomobile. *....-\u25a0. . .\u25a0 \u25a0 *
ANDERSON— In this ,-i.lt.r.:>rarcn>::o, him;
.- -Swan^ Anderson, lielovod. father : of; Helen:' and.
Alice *'Amlc>n-on,": and ;bclove<l~lir»tnori.'«tf il'rrry
" aud AuUcrs Audfrsoa.'^u' native;" of tiweden,'
Lay son Atkins; Who
Aspires to Enter
West Point School
HITCHCOCK WILL
CONTEST SETTLED
OAKLAND, Aprllj 1. — In consequence
of a cash payment Mrs. ] Elizabeth V.
Smith of Napa today dismissed the con
test she instituted against the will of her
aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth " B. Hitchcock, and
the charges Mrs. Smith made against
Assemblyman Henry N. Beatty of San
Francisco will not be heard in court.
Mrs. Hitchcock was more ' than 70
years of age when she died. She was
the widow of Daniel Hitchcock, -for
many years agent of the Union Pacific
railroad company on this coast. Be
fore her death she gave Beatty valu
able property, and her will, gave him
the bulk of what she had left, so that
in all he got about $75,000, .
Mrs. Smith was given a legacy of
$15,000, and Beatty said today that the
compromise gave her little more.
aged 4!) years 1 . month . and 27 days.
Friends aud acquaintances .are respectfully
invited .to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sun-
day),, April :j. at ' I o'clock, from the parlors
oti the- - Western •: undertaking company, 1236
Valencia street: between Twenty-third .and
Twrnty-fourth. Intrrment Mount Olivet ceme-
tery.
BECK— In this city, March 30, 1910, Julia Beck,
beloved wife of the. late Henry Beck, and
luvins mother of Jc.hu. George, Charles - and
William Beck, and the late Mary Beck,
Elizabeth Beck and Mrs. Ida Wykoff, a native
of Syracuse, N. V.,' aged' 75 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sun-
day),, April 3, at. 1 p.. m., ;frcm» her 1 late
residence, 1106 Vi Treat avenue. , Interment \u25a0 Cy-
pross Lawn cemetery, by carriage.'
BLEY— In this city. April. 1, U>lo, .Minnye R.,
<l<-arly beloved daughter of Abram ami Ellen
Bley. and sister of Melville A., Joseph L. \u25a0 ami
t.'amillp lilcy, a native of. San Francisco.
The funeral- services will be : held . tomor-
, row (Sunday), at 10:30 o'clock a. uu, 'at the
residence of Dr. M. R. Garabltz, 1465, Oak
street. \u25a0 \u25a0 . -- . • '.- ; \u25a0
BKENNAN— In this city, April 1. 1910, Mary L..
beloved \u25a0> dauphter of Thomas ' and the . late
Elizabeth Brennan, 'and sister of T.S., J. V.,
E. l\ aDd'Mrs. Fred Hall of Antloeh, a native
of San.FranciKCo, nped 1," years 7 months and
, 18 dayti. .- : ' \u25a0•
Notico of funeral hereafter.
BEETT— Drowned iin this city, March • 28, 1910.
Stuart Sanford Brett, only and beloved son of
Salle P. and the late Captain James E: Brett,
U.S. A., beloved brother of Lucile P. and < the
late Herbert S. Brett," a native 1 of : Fort Hal-
leek,' , Nev., -aged ;31 >years &, tuontha and 9
days. . ' -"'.\u25a0;.\u25a0 - -:" : '-\u25a0' .. .- - .
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend ; the . funeral • \u25a0 today . ' (Sat-
urday) ,' April 2,- at 2 p.- m..; from the parlors
of Julius S. Giwleau. 2123 Uusb street, lutcr-
. incnt National cemetery, Presidio. \ ;/:
'CANAVAN— In this, city, March 31, 1010, Bar-
tholomew,' beloved husband- of. Ellen. Canav«o,
and father of Edward, William, and Evelyn
l'anavau;"Mrs. R." W. Landon and Mrs. JW.U''.
lirltt, a native .of .-Ireland, a«ed .7o= yoarn. v c
• \u0084.-' i The - funeral . will ; take -. place today \(Sat-
. urday), April 2, . at 8:30 o'clock ? a.^.m., irom
his late- residence, "44 ; Portola street." thence
to Sacred ' Heart cnureh, where a requiem high
uiass will be : celebrated ' for tbe repose lof 1 his
soul,,commenclnc at 9 o'clock. : Interment Holy.
~ Cross cemetery by electric- funerals car from
.Thirteenth -[.and Mission 'streets. ' " ... ' V: \u25a0
CASPARI— In> this city, April 1. 1910, at the
Relief -Home of Aged aud .-.lnnrm, Caesar
. Caspurl, a natlve:of- Italy, aged .65 ;years. ,"
CLEMENTS— In' Oakland, ; Cal... March 31, 1910,
at. Uer latu; residence,' S3l. Thirty-sixth. street
Catherine, - relict otf. Jcanaro .- Clements, " and
-beloved; mother lof Samuel;-^Charles and George
Clements,; Mrs. 11 ; Catherine - Larseneuh Mrs.
, Mary-Minghara, Mrs. . Carrie O'Nell and -the
' late /Joseph." Clements, -.a .'native of ;. County
• Ca van; " Ireland,:; aged -74 years and 9 months. 1
.- ; Friends i and acquaintances 3 are . respectfully
: invltedi to -attend ahc' f uneral:,- today
urday), at It) o'clock," from St. Joseph's churchy-
Tenth ! and ; Howard -s streets./ San • Francisco,
:\u25a0; where a requiem ' high mass \ will: be celebrated
\u25a0'•:'• for ;th'e I ' repose "of rher sonl. Interment " Holy
-i^ Cross 1 cemetery." Please omit flowers. 1 -.\u25a0 '
COLLINS— In I this city. fApVil \u25a0 l,' ; 10163 Emmet
-Jamt-B," dearly. beloved son of Thomas and Nellie
; t Collins, ' a native : of ; ban Francisco, aged / 11
;\u25a0 * uionthsA . \u25a0•'."'. r.- ':\u25a0\u25a0"\u25a0', -..<-...\u25a0\u25a0 '
: : The will take. place today: (Satur-
' .;day)," ; April; 2./1910.; Fnneral private. , ;_
CEOCKER— In this" city, March 31, 1910, : Clara
\u25a0 -'. E.y; widow vof -the late :H.,, S. Crocker/Smother
>> of C. H." Crocker,, andslster of W.A. Swincr-
• ton. ; -:\u25a0-.-\u25a0•. \u25a0'-\u25a0 ..--\u25a0j .'- . \u25a0 '-:.".:'-.-\u25a0;.\u25a0 \u25a0 :/\u25a0'
. k : '\u25a0\u25a0 Funeral . services and : Interment ; private. >"•-'. ':\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0
DAVIS— In Santa Rosai -i*Cal.f. March ;31, ! ,*1916,
. ? Sillo I Smith ) Davis, \u25a0 beloved husband ' of i Nancy
m Davis, ta | native |of , New,? York;^ aged 1 82 \u25a0\u25a0 years"
and,'s Mlays.'f A . memberi-of; California 'lodge
'A No.Uj'K.' & A>M.; Santa Rosa chapter N0.; 43i
: It." "A. I M. ; i Santa * Rosa % Commandery r- No. il4
K.T.,: and < Santa Rosailodge; No." 87,iK.'i:P.s? ;
\u0084 - Frlendu \ and } acqualntam-prf ;are i reicpectf ully\
\u25a0• Invited Ho?attcndithe* funeral /tomorrow \(Sun- r '
-- »layi .^-April 1 3, « at ; 2 :30 ' o'clock.; f rom "Masonic
= - tuuijilf,' Santa :Rui>a,- Cal.v ;•-! \u25a0-. .: .- :
TO SHOW GROWTH
IN TABLEAU FORM
'; BERKELEY, April I.— "The Evolu
tion- of .Education", will be shown in
the .grand pageant of the classes and
other": organizations at the semicenten
nial celebration of the founding of the
university, according k to the •.decision
of the "citisens* committee which met
last night in' the rooms of the chamber
of commerce. .
1 The history; of the city of Berkeley,
which 'is coincident with and paralleled
by the growth of the university,; will
be shown in 'its various stages by
elaborate tableaux, in .the procession of
the university^ classes -the evening- of
May "16/ The Various fraternities will
be given, places ot ; r honor in. the line,
and. the college and civic. organizations
of Berkeley will be represented in the
march through the streets of Berkeley*,
ending, with, a monster rally on Cali
fornia field, on the campus. ; .; '
Herbert Jones occupied the chair last
night at the meeting, owing to the
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Flood Building, 882 Market St., Market St. Ferry Depot,
Third and Townsend Sts. Depot.
Broadway and Thirteenth St., Oakland.
FAULDS — In the city and county hospital,
-March 31.' 1910, Robert Faulds.;; - . ;,~
FIDDES— In Alameda, Cal., March 31, 1910.
.George Fiddes. beloved husband of Eva G.
Fiddes. loviujj father of Mrs. | Fred E. Brooks
and' Mrs. George S. Rogers., and brother of
Jauies . Fiddes '. of , San Francisco, a native of
Canada, aged 61 years. •
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend, the fum-ral services today
(Saturday). April. 2. 1910. at 1:.TO o'clock
p. m.,at his late residence. 1.179 Pearl street,
Alameda.; Friends take narrow gaftge trains
to - Versailles station. Incineration .(.private),
Oakland crematory. ' \ •
FURTADO—In Redwood City. Cal., March 31,
1910, Manuel Freltas Furtado. husband of
Mary, 1 and- father of ' Manuel. Mrs. J.M.
Schmit and Willie, Nora, Frank, and Louise
.' Alexander, a native of Flores, Azores, aged
I 50 jears S months and 3-days. A member of
U. r. E.C. council, and San Jose No. 32.
.-Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
. Invited to attend . the I funeral services - today
(Saturday), April 2, 1910, at 9:30 o'clock
a. ,' m., from the parlors . of, . James Crowe,
thence to Mount- Carmel church,* Redwood City.
Interment Holy Cross cemetery, Menlo Park.
GARCIA— In into rity, March "3l, 1010. Fran-
. clsco . Garcia, beloved husband of the late
Louisa E. Garcia, and lov lug father of. Frank
Francisco Garcia and Helen <Lv Gerrlsh, a na-
', tire of Carona.. Spain, aged 84 years 3
months and ' 7 days. . .
Friends and J acquaintances are respectfully
invited to 'attend the funeral today (Satur-
day). April 2, 1910, at 2. o'clock p. m.. from
-the residence of bis son, Frank F. Garcia, 2774
California street. ' Interment private."
GAKDINER— In this city, March 31, 1910, Ed-
: ward Li., dearly beloved husband of Annie Gar-
dlner'-(nee Kempf);a native of New t Jersey,
' aged 44 years 9 months and 29 days.V;i
Friends . and acquaintances art 1 respectfully
j Invited -to attend . the funeral services I tomor-'
row (Sunday),: April .'!,; a t. 10 o'clock a. m.,
S at ! the ' chapel \u25a0of \u25a0 Craig,; Cochran &•: Co., ' 11«9
\u25a0 Valencia , street near. Twenty-third, under the
1 auspices I of, Manltou I tribe | No. 5 125. . Imp. • O.
X. . M. \u25a0 'Interment '• Greenlawn "~ 'cemetery, by
funeral car 'from Twenty-eighth and Valencia
t streets." . •-" , • ' "; ,-.* -, ". '
GrURKOVICH— In this city. March 30, 1910.
:•\u25a0:. Samuel Glurkovich, a native, of Austria, aged ;
72 years. ' » r: ' " -\u25a0 . '': "v "' ''• :--V
. \u25a0 : Friends \u25a0 and . acquaintances are respectfully
\u25a0 ' invited to attend . the funeral tomorrow : (Sun-
day ),,at 1. o'clock p. m., • from , the parlors ' of
McGinn ' Brothers, 1826, Eddy street. Inter-
nment Servian r cemetery. '.' : ;. 'i- '.-. ;
GRIFFITH— In this 'city. March 31, 1910, Chris- 4
": topher \u25a0 Griffith, a : native of Ireland, aged 47
A; years 5 ' months , and \u25a06 . days. \u25a0 ,: :
GUHKOVICH— In the ; city and county hospital,"
March. 31;/ 1910, ; Simo Gurkovich, a- native
\u25a0of Austria. ",. , . ; ;
HAVES— In ' this city, March 30/ 1910, Charles,
I dearly | beloved , husband , of Delia Hayes, father
?of the late Charles A.' Hayes, and (brother of
. the ; late Denis • Hayes and - Johanna - Lougnran.
: . a 1 native of . County Limerick, . Ireland, - aged
*51 years.^"-V A"; member of Golden aerie • No. r 61.
-' Fi : 0.-' E.- and San Francisco lodgei 1 No.'; 2,
\u25a0 : \u25a0" Knights of •; the Royal Arch. • '- . --.• ' -\u25a0 ...
Friends " and . acquaintances are ;- respectfully
% invited .to attend the .funeral, today (Satur-
i day), April 2, at 8:15 o'clock a." etu, 1 from > tbe
: r funeral parlors .. of ' Green," , Ryan :. & *. Donohoe.
'. " northeast i' I ' corner ,'. of • Sixteenth and : Guerrero
" streets, thence to St.! Brendan's church,* where
. • a\u25a0\u25a0 requiem ', high .'mass', will ? be z celebrated t for
tbe repose " ; of .' bis , 50u1, ." commencing .at-, S \u25a0
»- o'clock. ,» Interment i Holyi Cross j cemetery: j
HEABTY— In Oakland,*! Cal.*, - March V 31.5. 1910.
* James sH.'- Hearty, -beloved -son of Sarah and
'. the late James -Hearty,' and, brother of Thomas
"; E. v Hearty, : a native of , San ; Francisco, Cal.
' \u25a0 Friends ; and : acquaintances are * respectfully
; : Invited r to : attend <\u25a0 the ? funeral 'h today ~. (Sat-
;-; urday) ,'»* April ?2, \u25a0- 1910,'.': at < 9 :15 va. * m., .! from
, the :• undertaking \u25a0 parlors : of Jnllus .' S. r, Godeau/
: .1305 ' Franklin Jatreet.'i. Oakland,"' thence -to- St.
:",- Patrick's > church, 'West » Oakland, t where a": re-
-l^'quienr high, mass, will be : celebrated for. the re-*
fiv pose of; his soul, -commencing at ;lo' a.'. m. In-
v ] terment \u25a0= St.v» Mary's: cemetery.';"; *.; ; ; r-t> <': '\u25a0'_: . r
HILDEBR ANT— In > . this Iclty,?! March i 31. \ 1910,':
• • 'Carsten'r: Hildebrandt; * dearly : beloved ? bnsband
of Johanna \u25a0 Uildebraiidt, „ and loving father . of
absence of Chairman Rufus A. Berry,
and C. D.-Maloney acted as. secretary.
'Prof. ! William Carey Jones, chairman
df the * executive committee, • was pres
ent, "as were also* Prof. "W. A. Setchel,
Max Thelen," Ezra : Decoto and Homer
Boushey, a delegation representing the
alumni bodies. ! -
The program for the semicentennial
week was practically agreed upon as
follows:
Friday. May IS— Opening of headquarters and
general reunion of tbe rarlous organizations.
Saturday, May 14 — The Greek play • in the
Greek theater; the legal banquet; the senior
men's banquet and «lass gatherings.
*•: Sunday. May 13 — Baccalaureate sermon.
Mondaj, May I&— Class pilgrimage of,toe. class
of '1910; .fraternity reunions; alumni class ren
dezTous. open all day; athletic events- oa Cali
fornia neld; extravaganza ln Hearst Greek thea
ter. .•> \u25a0 - \u25a0 \u25a0. - \u25a0 •
Tuesday, May XT — Golden I Jubilee day. cele
brated ln the Greek - theater, with commemora
tive oration by Dr. Arthnr T. Hadley, president
of Yale university. . **
Wednesday. May IS — Commencement exercises
in the Greek theater and granting of tbe de
grees; Pbl Beta Kappa address; alumni lunchJ
eon; business meeting of the graduates; presi
dents-reception; various • class dinners.
The members of the committee which
met last- night are:*. \u25a0
R. A. Berry Percy Tompkins
C. C. Juster Victor J. Robertson
Herbert Jones Frank M. Wilson
A. W. Xaylor Warren Gregory
Wells Prury . j " ' F. .W. Searby
George P. Baxter W. B. WooJsey
F. F. Bunker 11. D. Irwln
Walter A. Gomperts C. D. Maloney •'/,'.
Charles Hildebrandt. a native of Kuntedt.
Hannover, Germany, aged 74 years 5 months
and 8 days. A member ot Crockett lodge No.
139, F. & A. M.; Past Masters' association of
California' and the San Frtncisco Schuetzen
verein.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sun-
day), April 3, at 1:30 p. in., from Uolden Gate
Commandery • hall, 2133 Sutter street, where
services will be conducted under the auspices
of Crockett lodge No. 139. F. A A. M. Inter-
ment Mount Olivet cemetery, by funeral car
from Thirteenth and West Mission streets.
Tbe remains are at the parlors of tbe H. F.
Maass company, 1335 Golden Gate avenue near
Flllmore street. Please omit flowers.
LEONARD— In this city. April 1. 1910. WUUrd
A. I^eonard." beloved husband of Caroline l^eon-
ard. son of Mary I^eonard. ami brother of
Kdward P. Leonard, and Herbert Moore Leon-
ard, a native of California, . aged 46 years.
McDONELL— In this city, March 31. Aeneas,
beloved husband of Ellen McDonell. and lov.
ing father of Allen and Kathleen McDonell and
Mrs. Edward McGratb. a native, of Canada. I
; Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to. attend the funeral today (Sat-
urday). April 2, 1010, at 8:30 o'clock a. m.,
from bis late residence, 612 Nineteenth street,
thence to St. Teresa's church, where a re-
quiem ' high • mass will be celebrated for the
repose of his soul, commencing at 9 a. m. In-
terment Holy- Cross cemetery.
McMAHAN— In Berkeley. Cal.. March 31. 1910,
Lcvenia Ellen McMahan, widow of tbe late
S.G.- McMahan. and mother of Mrs. A. Y.
Reed; : Mr*. •' George A. Lamont, George W.
. Yount and O." C. McMaban.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
McMANUS— In this city, March 80, 1910. John
«;.. beloTcd husband -of 'Elisabeth Ford Me-
Manus, devoted father of Frank E. McManu*.
. loving son of Jane and tbe late John MeManus,
'and dear brother of Mrs. A. Alderson and tbe
late Mrs. Charles M. .Perkins, a native of
\u25a0 Healdsburg,' Sonoma' cbnnty. Cal.. aged 49
-years 8 -months -and .-'25 days. (Healdsburg
E papers. please copy.)
• Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited :to \u25a0 attend i the funeral today (Sat-
: urday), " April 2. . 1910. at 1 o'clock p. m..
- from ; his late . residence, 148 Twenty-second
avenue. - Richmond district. . Interment Cypress
Lawn cemetery.
QtTIN— In this- city. Williamina Qnin; wife of
' the late John Quin,, and beloved mother of
; Minnie,, Victoria and John J. Quin. Mrs. H. 3.
Hughes and Mrs. C." J. Plymtre. "
' ;\u25a0-; Interment strictly ' private. Remains at the
undertaking parlors of Halsted it Co.. 924
Fill more ' street.
RECORD— In the city and county hospital.
March 30, 1910, Mattie v Record, aged 3 years.
KEIDY— In: th"is,clty; Marcn 30, 1910. Richard
1., i dearly - beloved son of . John and ; tbe \u25a0 late
'.'Marcella Reldy. and loving brother of Annie J.
Reldy. a native of San Francisco. A member
;of Court America • No. 3, F. O. A. ; Potr ero
' council N0. '74. V.-M. 1., and Golden' Gate
»erie;No.,6l, F. 0.. E.J. v:
": -^Friends : and acquaintance:! are respectfully
; Invited :to - attend the ;: funeral today . (Sat-
\u25a0. urduy). at 9:15 a. m., flora Uls late residence.
1221 Eighteenth street near Texas, \u25a0 where
services will be held under \u25a0 tbe auspices of
Golden Gate i aerie . No. 81. '» F. O. • E.. thence
to . St.' Teresa's ; church, where a. requiem high
: mass will be celebrated for the re pose of - bis
' soul, commencing at 10 a. m. Interment Holy
. Cross cemetery." • " ' : .- .
HIORDAN— In this city, March 31. 1010. John
F.,: beloved. brother of Patrick M. Rlnrdan and
• Mrs." -. F. \u25a0 Deane.'. " a • native of . Bally bualoo.
County Kerry. Ireland.' aged: 28? years. .:\u25a0
' \u25a0'. Friends • and . acquaintance -ate respectfully
. ' invited vto attend >" the ' funeral : . today - • (Sat-
urday). ;at-9 o'clock a.' m.." from the. parlors
, -'of J. C.\ O'Connor &. C 0.. .770 Turk' street near
..'.- Franklin, 1 thence to St.' Peter** church, where
a requiem high \u25a0 mass' will btf*eelebrated for the
• repose of his soul, commencing at 9:45 o'clock
. -a. ; Interment ; Holy Cross ; cemetery." . :
BCHEIBLI— Ia tbls *clty. ; March 28.* 1910. James
\u25a0r*l Scheibli. \u25a0• dearly." beloved - brother . of s Rndolph
: \u25a0 and .:< Anna -and,, beloved father of
"'y : Harry /.'Annette ; and *. Elvine 1 Scheibll; a ' native
j> of Zurich, Switzerland;' aged 61 years. JA'mem-
tier of CoamopoUt&a lodge N.o. 194, L O. 0. F.;
ASKS DAMAGES FOR
FALL FROM BALLOON
OAKLAND. Aprl I.— Suit for dam
ages for injuries sustained when he fell
out of a fugitive captive balloon a
week ago was begun today by Herbert
E. Hedderich against M. Goldstein and
Jane Doe Goldstein, hi 3 wife, raputed
owners of the balloon in which the
plaintiff took the trip. Hedderich
wants $2,535.
The balloon had made several ascen
sions at Franklin and Fifteenth streets
previous to the time Hedderich went up
in it. With him were John L. Angelleh
and Fred Deckard. A 1.200 foot steel
cable held it to a stationary engine,
which lowered it to the ground.
"While the three were up' in the gas
bag the cable fouled a live wire of the
Oakland gas. light and heat compnay
carrying 4.000 volts. It was cut in tw»
and the balloon sailed away, propelled
across Lake Merritt by a high wind. It
landed in Fourth avenue terrace, two
or three miles aw»y from the plac©
where it escaped.
San Francisco Gruetli Verein and of the Swlt;a
Rifle club.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the fnnera! services tomor-
row (Sunday), at 3 o'clock p. m.. at tt\c.
eh-ipel of the crematory at Cypress Lawn ceme-
tery, under the auspices of Cosmopolitan Uxls«
No. 1«4. I. O. O. F.
SCRIPTURE— Near Los Gatos. Cal.. April 1
1»W. Henry Dacforth. belnvpd husband oC
Natalie Scripture, a native of Connecticut.
age<l 70 years.
friends and acqtmintances are respe«"tfnl!\"
invited to attend the funeral services tomor-
row (Sunday », April 3, 1010. »t l:4.*i p. m..
at th« family residence. Interment Lrw Gaton
c»metpry.
STARRETT— In thN rit.r. March 31. 1910. Hor-
ace W.. beloved husbaml of Ada Starrett. sml
father «f Klsle B. St*rrett. a native of Main*,
aged 62 year* 6 months and 4 days. A mem-
ber of Court Occidental No. 8678, A. O. F.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfulir
Invlted i» attend tbe funeral today .Sntur
-day), at 1 o'clock p. m.. from Kinz SoJ«mon"H
hall. Fillraore stret-t near Sntter. under the
auspices of Starr King ledge No. 3+*. F. & A
M. Cremation. I. O. O. F. cemet»ry.
STRICKLAND— In this city, April 1. mio. Mary
Jane Strickland, beloved aunt of Mrs. N. S.
Thompson, a native of Indiana, aged SO year*
11 months ami 2 days.
Friends are respectfully invited tp> attend
tbe funeral services today (Saturday). April
2. at 3 p. m.. at tbe residence of her nice-,
Mrs. -N. S. Thompson. 2324 Devisadero street.
Interment private.
TETZXOIT— In this city. April 1. 1010. Amrast
Tetzloff of Merced. Ca!.. dearly beloved hus-
band of Kathrin Tetzloff, father of Sadie.
Fredie. Dorothy, Herman. Arcby. WUlle an«i
Katy Tetzloff. and brotner of Frank Tettloff
of Merced and Captain W. <•. Blubm of San
Francisco, a native of Germany, aged 57 years
5 months and 15 days.
TOULOUSE— In this city. March 31. 1910. Anna,
dearly beloved sister of J. B. and S. Toulouse
a native of France, aged 16 years 4 months
and 26 day*.
WILDS— In this city. April 1. 1910. Edward
Wilds, aged 75 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains at
the parlors of J. C. O'Connor it Co., 770 Turk
street near Franklin.
WILSON — In thU city. March 31. 1910. Harriet
A., beloved wife of the late Thomas Wilson
beloved mother of Harriet M. Wilson. Mrs.
Walter Reed of Seattle and Mrs. Jean Town-
ley, and sister of Mrs. Oscar nickel, a nativo
of London, Eng.
" Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral today (.Sat-
urday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. from ber late
residence. 222 Halght street Interment Cypress
Lawn cemetery, by electric ear from Twenty-
eighth and Valencia streets.
EXCELSIOR CIRCLE No. 2. C. OF F. OF- A.
Officers and members: Please attend m»
funeral of our late P. C. C. Mrs. Harriet
. Wilson, from her late residence. 222 H.ilcht
street, today (Saturday), at 2 o'clock sbarp.
By •\u25a0 order
• * MISS MARTHA SELMINACHER. C. C.
;Attest: LENA HUMBERT. Fin. Sec.
INDEPENDENT OF THE TRUST
FOR
Severity-Five Dollars
I WILL FCRXISH-
HEARSE, TWO CARRIAGES, EMBALMING
SHROUD AND CLOTH COVERED CASKET
JULIUS S. GODEAU
Mala office*— 2l33 Bosh it.. W«st 28W, ta4
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Uad 4045. ,
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tad tTt Sooth Tigneto* it..' Lo* 1.d;:1m.
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