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EVENTS IN THE COUNTIES BORDERING ON THE BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO MISS JEAN FRASER BECOMES A BRIDE Former Oakland Girl Is Married at Church Ceremony in Vancouver OAKLAND. Oct. 4. — A- marriage which was solemnized this evening in the Presbyterian church in Vancouver, B. C.ar.d which is ef interest to friends shout the bay is that of Miss Jean Fraser. th<» eldest daughter of Dr. Hugh Fras^r and Mrs. Fraser. and Henry Brown MeKeHie.. Several hun dred guests were included Jh the invi tation to witness the ceremony, which wt« read by the bride's father. Ml?s Cora Fraser attended her eister as maid of honor. Phe wore a robe of pale green slik and a large white beaver hat- The bride's gown was white satin msde in the prevailing mode and finished with a long train. The bodice w«.g beautifnlly trimmed in seeded pearls. A tulle veil completed the cos tume. Mies Fraser was escorted to the altar by her uncle. Rev. Frank Fraser. who formerly taade his home in this part of the state.. After an informal reception Mr. and Mrs. McKelvie left on a honeymoon, ; which will end at Victoria, where the : bridegroom is engaged in business. • The bride was one of the popular STirls among a wide circle of friends •when the Fraser family, a few years ago, lived in East Oakland. She is exceedingly attractive and gifted, both musically and along artlstio lines. •.•\u25a0,. • , - At a beautifully planned ceremony this evening at the family residence in Adaaiß point, Charles Firebaugh and Miss Vida Vincent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C D. Vincent, were married. A hundred guests witnessed the cere mony, which was read by Rev. Charles R. Brown, pastor of the First Congre- ' gational church. Autumn leaves and masses of yellow chrysanthemums \u25a0were used In an effective decoration scheme. Miss Maide Rosslter was the maid of honor, the three bridesmaids being ! Miss Katherine Culver, Miss Elizabeth ' Russell and Miss Florence BurrilL The ! girls wore rftbes of yellow chiffon over \ yellow satin and carried armfuls of j yellow chrysanthemums. Miss Ruth j Vincent was the flower girl. The bridal robe was of white satin ' with trimmings of rtre lace. The veil : was held in place with a coronet of orange blossoms. The bride's bouquet was a shower of lilies of the valley. J. C. McKinstry of San Francisco was best man. The ribbon bearers were Joseph Haber, Arthur Cooley and Ralph Lachmund. Mr. and Mrs. Firebaugh will live In San Francisco. The bridegroom is a graduate of Stanford university with The class of 1904. He is a member of the Delta Upsilon fraternity. His bride was a. student In Stanford university, where the was sctive in affairs of the Kappa Alpha Beta sorority. The patronesses of the Berkeley as sembly will send out cards within a few days for the winter's balls, which will be given in Masonic temple, Berke ley. The dates chosen for the dances are November 16, January 18 and February 15. The patronesses for the series of dances are: Mrs. Charles Batters Mrs. Pellm Woodworth . Mr». Henry Martinez Mr«. Edward Clapp Mrs. William Boerlcke Mrs. Clinton Da»- Mr*. Charles M. «ayiey Mr*. A. J. Ralstoa Mr*. Sidney Smith Mrs. James Van Lohen Mre. Benjaxnla Ide Sels Whaler 'Mrs. Raymond WiUon Mrs- Henry Glass Mrs. E. O. Iynscnner Mrs. WUf ord Pape Mri>. A. M. Sntton Mrs. Harry Allsica Mre. John Snook Williams i JEWISH NEW YEAR IS FITTINGLY USHERED IN Impressive Services Are Held at - Oakland Synagogues OAKLAND. Oct. 4.— The Jewish new year, which was ushered in at sunset last evening by music and prayer at the different synagogues of the city, «ac observed at both church and home today "with appropriate solemn exer cises. In deference to the occasion, all Jewulsh businessmen closed their es tablishments for the day. Services at the First Hebrew Con gregation began this morning at 9 o'clock, conducted by Rabbi M. Fried lapder, who preached a sermon en "The Awakening." Music was furnished by a. double quartet composed of the fol lowing: Mrs. Arthur Fickenscher, so prano; Mrs. L. Williams, soprano; Law rence Strauss, tenor; R. Veaco, tenor, Mrs. J. S. Mills, contralto; Mrs. Irene Le JCoir Echutz, contralto; Lowell Red field, bass, and Clement Rowlands, bass. Arthur Fickenscher directed the sing ers. Rev. Dr. Benjamin Meyerovitz, rabbi cf Beth Jacob synagogue, presided over the orthodox ceremonies at that house of worship. Services began at 8 o'clock, and Rabbi Meyerovitz preached the sermon. The feature of the occasion was the singing in the Hebrew tongue ©f a boys' choir from the Sabbath, school department. Services commem orative of the Day of Atonement will be held at the different synagogues, October 13. ; COUNTY CANDIDATES ARE PLEDGED SUPPORT Republican Aspirants Outline Campaign Plans to Committee OAKLAND, Oct. 4— At last night's meeting of the republican county cen tral comittee, candidates for most of the county offices pledged themselves to support the republican ticket in its entirety. Chairman A. H. Breed pre sided, and introduced . each speaker, who spoke briefly. Among the candidates who appeared wrre: Frank Barnet for sheriff, Henry P. Dalton for assessor, George W. Frick for superintendent of schools, James G. Quinn for justice of the peace, W. F. <Jarri6on for auditor. E. J. Tyrrell and Frank Smith for the legislature, and Bert Hempstead, candidate for con stable. :; -.;\u25a0 i-IVERMORE PIONEER BUILDS HIS OWNTOMB John Elliott Completes Massive Mausoleum in Cave LIVERMORE. Oct. 4.— Selecting a cite overlooking a beautiful vista of mountains, valleys and rivers, - John Elliott, a pioneer rancher and capitalist of the Altamont district, has completed the construction of his own mausoleum in a cave ln^the east side of Brushy peak. The tomb is concrete, 10 by 15 feet \u25a0t the base, and extends to the roof of the cave, a distance of 15 feet. The door is made of steel. Elliott, who is SI years old. has lived alone on his farm ntar Altamont for <0 yea re. ATTACK ON CHILD— Mr*. JoeJe DarUi, 106 FiiJcnore t-tr«»«>t. r»"iwrt»-d io ike .polSep r<?st«>r <lbj- thet an «mi<s'-ntiflp»l man nttPinnrpd *n •Manlt^wi tfr 7 yrar old <iaurhttr. Alice. Tbe poDcc arc cearcUss Xor the culprit. NEW YORK SAVANT JOINS SEMINARY Dr. William S. Morgan Appointed Professor of Pacific Unitarian School for Ministry BERKELEY, Oct. 4.— Rev. Dr. Wil liam S. Morgan, for many years min ister of the First Unitarian church' of Albany, X. V., friend and coworker of Governor Hughes and writer on politi cal and theological, subjects, took up his duties today as professor of sys tematic theology at the Pacific Unita rian school for the ministry In this city. He was given the title of full professor of this chair, leading with philosophy and psychology. . . Doctor Morgan arrived here after spending the summer investigating con ditions In continental Europe. He Is a close student of. politics and made a flprht while in New York for. better po litical ethics. He was associate editor of the Albany"Cltizen and an editorial writer for New York dailies. Doctor Morgan's purpose in touring Europe was principally to make a study of the European municipalities. The savant was much impressed with the educational system of Rome and declared that' lt was a new and wonder ful system looking to the development of the originality of the child. FREEHOLDERS ARE TO EXPLAIN JCEW CHARTER W. C. Clark and R. H. Chamber lain Will Address League OAKLAND, Oct. A. — W. C. Clark and R. H. Chamberlain, who have, taken an active part as members of the board of freeholders in framing a new charter for the city of Oakland, •will be guests at a dinner to be given by the Men's league Thursday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Pilgrim Congregational church. Eighth ave^nue and East Fif teenth street. The new charter was completed and filed today, and Clark and Chamberlain will address the league members Thursday night fol lowing- the dinner, outlining the charter as finally reported and answering all questions that may be put to them. VICTOR J. ROBERTSON RE-ELECTED BY CLUB North Berkeley Organization Retains Its President BERKELEY. Oct. 4. — Victor J. Rob ertson, president of the conference committee of the improvement clubs of this city, has been re-elected head of the North Berkeley improvement club, the oldest organization of the kind in the city. Other officers of the club are: Vice president. C. A. Sherman; sec retary. E. E. Xewton; assistant secre tary, A. H. Flynr.. The Xorth Grove improvement club has been organized by residents of northern Grove street with Prof. E. H. Mosher as temporary chairman and B. C. Towne as temporary secretary. At the next meeting. Friday evening, per manent officers will be elected. FUNDS ARE COLLECTED BY CITY DEPARTMENTS BERKELEY. Oct. 4. — Report was made at the meeting ofthe city coun cil this morning of the" collections by the various departments of the city of funds for the month of September as follows: Police,, $3,84?; engineer, $2,478.09; poundf $61: wharf. $150.13; justice of the peace, $83.50; building de partment, $649. THE MAN WHO MADE WOODBURY FAMOUS The larrpst Institution of Its kind In the world. D^pp wrinkles *nd all facial defects rwnoTed wlthont th<» a«e of plasters, knife or filling. No loss of time from boae or business. :\u25a0""" \u25a0',:\u25a0-'- Don't be misled by Incompetent people claim- Iqr to do the same class of work. Every good thing has an imitator. You cannot afford to ex- periment with your face, as it Is your fortnne to a great extent. Be cautious that it does no be- come your misfortune (by experiments). Get the best or none. Send 5c In stamps for new Booklet (O. or bet- ter still, call and see this Great Doctor. Ad- dress, Earle Institute. Suite 401-2 Westbunk Bldg.. 830 Market Street. -San Francisco. Cal. Branch office, New York, Denver, Colo., and Los Angeles. /"""""" * \u25a0>. For Rheumatism & Xerronsmcss Remove the Cause Rheumatism, Nervousness and all kindred complaints are the result of excess uric acid in the system. The only remedy Is to remove the cause. Electropodes "will do it. They, eliminate, • through the large pores of the feet, all poisons and impurities from the entire s'y stem, strengthen the nerves, promote circulation and aid eafch organ to perform its functions properly. Mr. Doc "Wilson of Bakersfield,' CaU writes: "Thanks to Elec- tropodes. I am sixty years of age but feeling twenty, years young- Ver and' perfectly, free from in- / fiammatory" rheumatism of long standing." Booklet on request. "What Electropodes have done for others they can do for you. Try a pair at our. risk. Sold Under This Contract: The purchaser of Electropodes is grant* cd the prMlegre of returninc them within 80 days, and the porch*** price ($ L 00) ia to be refunded upon the following coadi* tionsi They are to be worn according to . directions for at least 25 conseentlT* days, and then if not satisfactory, to be retimed < in original box. * '.'. , " DnuarisfsSlenatnr* \u25a0 . At druggists'; or by mall, post- paid. If , your druggist can not furnish Electropodes,^, send- us $1.00. and we .will see that you' are supplied immediately. • State - whether for man- or? woman. ,_, _ . , Western Electropode Co. 535 I.os Ansrrlcs;.«t.,. I-n» Angf les, THE SAN :FRAN6ISGO: FRAN6ISGO; T CALI^ WEDNESDAY," OCTOBER 5, 1910. REAL ESTATE MEN OF HAYWARD UNITE HAYWARD, Oct. 4.— The preliminary. organlzatlon of a Hayward real estate association was effected at a, meeting held last evening in the chamber of commerce headquarters. j» Peter "Wilbert was elected temporary chairman and J. D. Armstrong secretary pro. tern. The object of the association is to" be the advertising of .Hay-ward's many advan tages as a residence town, as well as th<? excellent opportunities it offers to the manufacturer. .\u25a0:' \u25a0 '\u25a0. NO INTEREST • =^^^ I^^NJ^^^^^^^^^ !^ run INTEREST Partial. View of Pullman Shops Now Being Erected . ,'^uw^ ". South Side of Pullman Shops ' ===== =, ===== Corner of Pullman Shops In the Henderson & Tapscott Properties /'• At San Pablo and pStrero Avenues iXlHlli dl lilt: a UillTlclO OOOpS ™^~^~ - "— — — —^-^^__ — —^-^—^^— — —^—^^^— -^^_— — —^_ The Investment Opportunity of the Day "' T~]EAL' good investment oppor- fj NORTH BERKELEY TER- fl North Berkeley Terrace is the R tunities are rare— by GOOD RACE, then, by our interpretation, ONLY HILLSIDE RESIDENTIAL 1 " iV • .+.. + . •\u25a0 . i and .the iudement of successful' busi- SITE ADJACENT TO THE PULL- =we .ean^propos, ,ons f hat "-^ ™^ bus _ JCANisHOPS, jvhich ar e now Hearing •-: .*, present TODAY the factors . ..... , , , -r / , """:\u25a0 completion — in the immediate ncinitv ' that make for stability and Dermanent ' \u25a0' ? "? y *' V ° f MILLIONS HAVE BEEN SPENT, that make tor stability and permanent existing conditions, unparalleled prom- BY CORPORATIONS ON EN- value. A good investment oppor- ise for the future. The factors that • LARGING THEIR PLANTS AND tunity, by our interpretation, must make for its presenf and future value GENERAL IMPROVEMENT — it 13 \u25a0 " % orn ;« Aucnr tttt? DACTTnrr t-v right in the heart of Berkeley s north- PRESENT AT THE VERY OUT- fM^^MiSM § MZ '^ er " rowth and the ««^™ SFT FVFRV FFATTTRF that T<; * DIbP UTABLE EXISTENCE. It is s ion of Richmond. The immediate • bhILVMY.I'LAIURETHATIS on car lines that are in every day vicinity of North Berkeley Terrace is TO CREATE INCREASED VALUE- operation— car lines that quickly reach. TODAY ENJOYING .-V ,< • \ , - . every traveled point in the east bay ACTIVITY THAN EVER EXPERl- — they must be in absolute existence— section— it is on interurban lines and ENCED BY ANY OTHER COM- - not predicted— not hooed for— not transcontinental lines, and the Key MUNITY IN ALAMEDA COUNTY . , . Route has a right of way through the FOR A PERIOD OF.. TWENTY. Pays for a Lot On Car Lines —Improvements Consisting of Graded Streets, Cement , ' Sidewalks and Water Mains Are Now Complete —-Schools^ Stores and Churches on the Tract ~ An Ideal Residential Site—- The Speculative Opportunity of the Pay C| North Berkeley Terrace is an espe-- AT HAND, without the inconvenience mterest at any time no taxes for two cially desirable place for a permanent usually^ experienced in moving to; a years. .• v looks the bay- from Alarneda to. the - . ; <jf As a place for your home North" .-..\u25a0 Golden Gate— it has graded \ streets, -North; Berkeley/Terrace is easily Berkeley Terrace is unexcelled— as a cement sidewalks and water mains. and quickly reached from any point speculative opportunity forthe saving ATTRACTIVE HOMES ARE NOW around the \u25a0 bay, and is priced lower ; man or woman it is of unparalleled ON THE TRACT, AND MORE ARE than other residential section in - promise. Investigate now— MAIL TO FOLLOW AT ONCE. Schools; . /any part of Alameda county. You may THE COUPON BELOW—OR, x . stores and churchel are also on the have immediate possession of your lot BETTER STILL, COME OUT SUN- property and every' convenience and and start at once the erection of a home DAY AND SEE THE PROPERTY necessity ; of life is to be found ;RIGHT ; . •— we guarantee the title— charge no * YOURSELF. • J/ /k :;/;,. •'.'" -",« , TAKE KEY ROUTE TO FORTIETH . ST. AND - j^ -"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0^\u25a0H/iiir-- ; TA : --lciin>h - SAN pablo ave^;oakland ; or the s. p. to - /P * I V W IO IVCdCII SIXTIETH; AND- SAN -PABLO. -THEN TAKE AN. * AT ' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0V.ITL '- n V\t -OAKLAND-RICHMOND CAR DIRECT TO POTRERO j%? 1 lie ""rODertV : ANDEAN PABLOAVES., WHEREOUR OFFICE IS / >^>lease ' . ,\u25a0 JTT ;\u25a0 \u25a0:' .«r - .* LQ^^TED ' jy^ Mail Me JXCail This Coupon for Beauti^l Illustrated v >^north I* 1 » nP . • /\ W Berkeley Henderson & Tapscott, Owners^ TERRACE \u25a0 \u25a0•\u25a0'\u25a0 : ,• ' \u25a0 w ' • " . -"- \u25a0\u25a0 r" "JL N ~ '' -.' : : - * /yy Name' Rooms 215,216-217-218-219 first National Bank Bldg., Oakland J^^ SBSSBS Phelan Building, San Francisco ......;.. ENGINEER RESCUES J. B. KAHN FROM BAY ALAMEDA, Oct. 4.— Super in tendent Joseph B. Kahn.of the; municipal elec tricity plant fell Into the bay -this morning: while inspecting the biff in take pipe that runs from : the generat ing works at the south : end o*j> Park street to the channel. Had it not been for the prompt action of William C. Yaw. an engineer. at the works. Kahn might have been drowned, as he was in . an: exhausted condition when Yaw went to his assistance and dragged the'superlntendent back on the pipe. SARMEN TO FUNERAL HELD IN OAKLAND OAKLAND. Oct. 4.— The funeral of John P. Sarrnento,: who died last Sat urday in San Francisco, was held this morning from St. Joseph's Portuguese church. The services were conducted under, the auspices of Council No. 63, U. P. E. C. of which Sarmento was a member. The remains were escorted by. the organization's band and mem bers to St. Mary's cemetery, where they were Interred. REPUBLICANS OF ALAMEDA ORGANIZE ALAMEDA. Oct. 4. — Local republi cans have organized a club for the forty-seventh assembly district, which embraces aIL of this city. The officers of the organization are: J. 1..- Geary Jr.. president: Frank Otl.«. .tlc« pre?!d<»nt; W. W. Cool^j. serretary-tr»»a«nir«r; execnttve boarf-^J. L. Geary Jr.. H. H. Bad <ilo*ton. vrf P. Dillon. Llchlcl M. Kins. W. E. Dennlson, J. R. Wilson. B. C. Brown. T. H. H«« k)n\ G. E. Plutnnw. Charles Abt. " F. R. »- TlUe.'H. M: Kobbjv Samuel Skellj. J. J. Searle. W. Ryder. A. V. Fisher. Herbert P. Clark. JEALOUSY STARTS FAMILY TROUBLE OAKLAND. Oct. 4.— Jealousy was th» trouble with James C. Pacassi. accord ing to his wife. Margaret, who brousht suit for divorce today. s "• She declared that he told her chil dren and her friends that she no longer loved him, but had given her affections to a physician. Suit for divorce on the ground ef ha bitual intemperance was begun by Edith against Isaiah Van Curen.