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EVENTS IN THE COUNTIES BORDERING ON THE BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO
DAY OF CARNIVAL
IS NOW AT HAND
Festivity and Song to Mark
51 Landing of Columbus at
San Salvador
Many Interesting Features Are
Arranged for the Oakland
Celebration
, -OAKLAND. Oct. I".— Final arrange
ments for the Discovery day celebra
tion to *>c held on Lake Merritt tomor
row have been completed and with the
election of Miss Sallle Rutherford to
reign over festivities as Queen Isabella,
all"*is In readiness for the. commence
ment'of the historical carnival. \u25a0
Qh« of the finest features of the day
•rfjir be the landing of Columbus and
his^crew of explorers from the ships
Sania 4 Maria. Pinia, and Nina at San
Salvador, where they will be met by
Indians, impersonated by members of
the local lodge of Red Men. There will
be a big campfire in the midst of many
lepee? forming an Indian village. All
the old chiefs and Pocahontas with her
Slaughters will be present. Indian life
will be realistically depicted, as well
as the encounter incidental to the land
ing and the subsequent council, during
which Father Andreano plants the
cross and the pipe of peace is passed
around. The grand march follows to
the queen's throne, where the ceremony
of the day -will take place.
The feature of the literary program
will be open air performances, in which
four singers of international reputation
will be heard. Un.berto tiachetti, the
tenor, will take part in the "Rigoletto"
quartet and will render the solo, "O,
Sole Mio.'
YOUNG GIRL ATTACKS
AGED WOMAN VISITOR
-Miss Helen Twoomey Is Ar»
rested on Battery Charge
OAKLAND. Oct. 10. — An alleged at
tack upon aged Mrs. Sam Harris, who,
in company with her husband, was vis
iting the exhibit of home industries
oiled •California City" in Broadway
n<?ar Seventeenth street Saturday, has
led to the arrest of Miss Helen Twoo
mey, a pretty girl employed in one of
thf, boothf.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris came to Oakland
lapt week to see the exposition. Th«ay
visited the place Saturday and as Mrs.
Harris passed the cracker booth where
Mis? Twoomey was stationed she was
hanJed a sample box. Then Miss
Twoomey snatched the carton back,
exclaiming that Mrs. Harris had been
taking crackers several times every
day in the week and that it was time
f<ir 5t to stop.
Harris says that h.? steped forward
to stop the altercation, but only in time
to pee his wife struck in the face. He
started to remonstrate, and Mies Twoo
mey caused his arrest on a charge of
disturbing tHe peace.
In Police Judge Smith's court this
morning Miss Twoomey failed to ap
pear. Harris and his wife were re
leased and advised to charge Miss
Twoomey with battery. She will be
arraigned before Judge Smith tomor
row morning.
panels ordered for
Mcelroy memorial
Douglas Tilden, Sculptor, Re
tained to Provide Designs
OAKLAND, Oct. 10. — Douglas Tilden,
the sculptor, has been retained by the
park commission to design the panels
for the fountain -which will be erected
in Lakeside park at a cost of $12,000 in
memory of the late city attorney, John
E. McElroy:
Part of the cost of the fountain was
raised by private subscription by
friends of McElroy. The remainder,
amounting to about $S,OOO, was appro
priated by th* city council.
The fountain -was a part of the orig
inal . plan for the park anvl when a
memorial for McElroy, one of the fath
ers of the park system, was suggested
the present plan was adopted.
EXPOSITION DIRECTOR
TO LEAD GRAND MARCH
Dinner Will Be Served at the
Panama' Pacific Ball
OAKLAND, Oct. 10. — Frank Lampson
Brown, director of the Panama-Pacific
international exposition, member of th«
executive committee and chairman of
the. exploitation and publicity commit
tee, has accepted an invitation to lead
the grand march of th.» Panama-Pacific
bal masque at IJora park.
Invitation? have been issued by Sev
eral prominent persons to parties! for
dinner, the committee In charge of the
ball having decided to serve a dinner.
Among those to entertain will be: \u25a0
Pr. snd Mrs. Kmost I>. Boyoe. Dr. and Mrs.
T".dTrln J. Boye*. Mr. and Mtf. George V. Gray
Mr. »mJ Mrs. K. A. Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Cumniijis snd Pr. and Mr*. C. A. Pukes.
STUDENTS TO SING X
POPULAR COMIC OPERA
"The Mikado" Will Be Staged
by Treble Clef Club
BERKELEY. O<~t. 10. — Arrangements'
are being completed for the staging of
the comic op«ra, "The Mikado," in an
Oakland theater the evening of Octob'fr
r.f>. The production will be given under
tli** auspices of the Treble Clef of the
women students. Fred Carllslp is coach
and Paul Steindorff will attend to the
musical end. The cast has been finally
selected as follows: Nanki-Poo, C. X.
Smith; Poo-Bah. L«. B. Marchant; Koko,
John D. Hartigan; Pish-Tush, E. D.
Woodward; Peep-80. Phyllis Maguire;
Yum-Yum. Imelda Kinslow; Katisha,
Alic«» McComb. R. B. High is manager
of the student play, assisted by E. D.
Woodward. .:•'".:
SPARK CAUSES TOTAL
DESTRUCTION OF AUTO
Overheated Engine Results in
Burning Up of Machine
BERKELEY. Oct. 10.— An autoniobiJe
valued at $3,600 and owned by Charles
fit Jameson of the undertaking linn of
Jameson & Nlehauß of this city was
tiurned late Saturday afternoon in
Claremont near the residence of Henry
TV. Taylor, as the result of the over
heating-of the engine. A spark flew
into the gasoline tank and the machne
burned beforeJTameson. who had a nar
row escape from injury, could put out
the flames. . >/\u25a0;."• . '.
WHIST; TOURNAMENT-Berifelry. Oct. 10.—
<*>lle?e court Xo. 32. Order of Amaranth, \rill
hold a whist tournament in the Masonic temple
Tho frpnlnjr of ' October 11. •\u25a0 Mrs. Mary. M.
I.alrd. mstron. an«l I. A. Mwrlu. pnlroD.hare
oharpe wjib Mry. . Fiorpove CaUwsuu and Mies
Mary Clou? b as assistants.
COLLEGE FRIENDS TO
GREET SORORITY GIRL
Miss Mildred Cross, fiancee of William C. Bell, rvho -ivill be honored
. b\) Berkdty associates. ,
BRIDE ELECT TO
BE FETED GUEST
Friends of University Graduate
Plan Socials in Honor of
Miss Cross
BERKELET, Oct. -10. — Many college
friends of Miss Mildred Cross, popular
sorority girl, whose engagement to
William Constantine Bell of this city
was announced at the home of her aunt,
Mrs. G. X. Wendling in Haight street,
San Franciscd, Saturday, are planning
a series of prenuptial events in her
honor. . .
Miss Cross is prominent at the uni
versity and was graduated with last
year's class. She took an v active part
in class and university social affairs
and is a member of the Chi Omega
sorority.
Bell also is a member of the class
and a fraternity man, and .the an
nouncement of the engagement comes
in a romance which began in the class
rooms. The date of the wedding has
not been set.
ELLERY'S BAND TO PLAY
LAST SYMPHONY CONCERT
Special Program Arranged for
Idora Park Today
OAKLAND. Oct. 10. — Ellery's Royal
Italian band will play its final sym
phony concert before Oakland, music
lovers tomorrow afternoon in the Idora
Park theater. For the remainder of
the week, both afternoon and evening.'
the band will play many interesting
numbers. The evening concerts are all
held In the theater building.
Appended is the program for Tues
day afternoon: . •
PART. I
March, "1> RHne An Saba" Gounod
Prcludo. "Parsifal" • Wagnpr
"La Poupcn VRlsante" (The Waltzing .
Doll) » \u25a0\u25a0•• '• • • Poldini
"L'Africaine." jrrand fantaslp Me.verhe«>r
Unison prplndr; "Chonis of Bishops";; soprano
nria; peptet: baryton arie. '"On Board tbe
Ship"; prand.' finale. .
.Solos by Gennaro d'Amlco.
PART II -
IntPrmfzio from *'La Mala Vita"'...... Giordano
"Pomponette." old French dance Durand
Waltz. "Tout Paris"...-.... *• ...Waldteufol
•'L,-Hii«toire don Pierrot" Costa
Incidental music to a modern \u25a0fersion of "The
Prod Ural Son": solo on soprano paxopbone by
TUomas Recchla. • .
THIEVES ENTER HOME
BY FORCING WINDOW
Fitchburg Residence Ransacked,
but Watch Only Is Taken
OAKLAND, Oct. 10. — Burglars . en
tered the residence of A. K. Tarnworth,
in East Fourteenth : street between
Renwick and Garden streets, Fitchburg,
early yesterday morning.vby forcing a
front window. The thieves ransacked
the house, but took nothing except" a
gold -watch valued at $35: • .
,Al Gomez of 761 T\\ - enty-third street
reported the theft during the night of
October S of $40 in gold from the
pocket of his ooat, which was hanging
in a- closet in his room. . _
The management of the Broadway
theater reported that last evening
$3Si4O was stolen from the ticket office.
Marriage Licenses j
OAKLAND. ', Oct. 10.— Tbe following marri-
age, licenses were issued here today:
William Mohr. 31. and Amelia Altamirano/23,
both of Clvermor* 1 . -v
William A. Swwt. V,Z, Petaluma. and Luln
B. «Ile». 2S. Oakland. ' ,
Solomon Pottr. 42, and Isabel Hard Trick, 47,
botb of Oakland.
Stewart F. Bond. 22. Oakland, and Elisabeth
Cbarbonnat, 25.' Berkeley.
rbllipp* Cassaro, 34,. and Mary Marasco, 24,'
both of OaklaDd. * :
Frank. R. Grov«=, ' 33, and Evelina • Finley, 22,
both of Oakland. . .
Peter Ratto, 23, Oakland, and Amelia, BasM,
18. Llvermore. ' .; . '•
• Frederick J. Hicks. 29, and Amelia E. Sanne-
beck. 21. both of Oakland. ..' •
Frank King. 2K and Rose Baclgalupi, 18,
both «f*S«n Francisco.' " v * '*"\u25a0-.
Atipust Ehrb art, 22, ami Elizabeth • Cox, 22,
both of Oakland. . . \u25a0 -«
Georpe Petr.r. 24. \ Alameda, : and Margaret
Dowd. 22. Oakland. : ."'.""• . .< «:,-_•:
Frederick E. Irrltiff/ 24. \u25a0 Berkeley, and Helen
P. Watson. ..22. Oakland. . .
-Fnrman N.: Tarp. 22,- oleander, and Georeetta
. At. 'Will, 16,'". Del: Key.
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THE SAX FRANGISGOGALL^ TUESDAY, OGTQBEKyii;i9IQ;
FRESHMEN WARNED
AGAINST CRIBBING
Honor System on Campus of
University Is Given Decided
Boost by Announcement
BERKELET, Oct. 10. — The first tan
gible "honor" system devise'J onvthe
campus of the university, -which prob
ably will bear fruit on account of the
source from which it emanated, was
brought into being- by the students!
j affairs' committee, which issued in
structions to the freshman classes as
to cheating in college examinations.
The letter tells of the sentiment against
"cribbing" on the campus and that the
university does not expect the entrant
to resort to such means. If he does,
the letter says, prompt punishment will
be given to offenders if caught. The
letter follows: •' \u25a0 . '
The undergraduate student af
fairs committee feels, that most of
the cheating which occurs is done ,
because of ignorance of the sentir
ment against it and of the neces- J
sity for fair play h.ere as well as in
other lines of student activity.
. Cases of cheating reported to the
committee must and will be acted
on according to existing prece
. dents.
The committee therefore desires
at this time to call your attention
to the matter in the full confidence
that no university man will gain a
personal advantage at the expense
of his fellow students and to the
detriment . of the spirit of Cali
fornia.
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT
AFFAIRS COMMITTEE.
Although there is at the university a
committee of the students appointed to
devise an honor system little headway
has been made on- account of the di
vided sentiment of., the- student- body. :
The notice of the student ' affairs com
mittee is a step toward the accomplish
ment of a system of exam
inations on the honor of the student,
and it-has thevauthofity to back up' its
notice, by meting out punishment to
offenders. "
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB TO ;
BE FORMED IN OAKLAND
State University Lends Its Sup.
*• ' port to Movement -
OAKLAND, Oct. 10.— A meeting' will
be held at the chamber of commerce
Saturday evening to plan the formation
of an architectural club,, the object , of
which-is'to be the -study of architecture
and the allied arts and the bringing
into social relation of those interested;
The movement has 'the co-operation
and support of the architectural de
partment of \the •.University^ of Cali
fornia, and the organization '.will . af
filiate with the Architec"fural league of
the Pacific coast. (•/;>
Present plans include classes' cover
ing every p.hasa of the art and other
subjects closely connected therewith,
and.also the holding. of annual exhibi
tions under its direction. " • <. \u25a0 /\u25a0
The proposed club will be similar to
the San Francisco architectural club,
which embraces.in. its membership the
leadingart*hitects"of the metropolis.
ALAMEDANS OBJECT TO
ARKS ON EAST SHORE
Improvement Club Wants * New'
• Sewers 'lnstalled' '
AL.'AMEDA,\Oct. 10.— Protests against
tlie arks th«.t lihe'the east shore of this
city have j been; entered ; with the f city
backed byv the members of ;th'e East End
backed by the members. of the easterid
improvement club. "^ The protestants say
that the district, is unsanitary because
. the i sewage from? the arks goes into
San.. Leandro bay. \u0084; ,v
/The. council will .be "asked, to have, a
sewer -installed "in the new; Fernside
boulevard and-. to compel the ark.own
ers ;.; to "connect.; their places with this
'sewer.!; .-.". c" */v/ v V-';4-'' ; "v : \u25a0"•'»•«»> -S'-^s^
. John Macauley, representing ;i> the
East End club, will: ask? the>board of
health and * city council sto acts at once.
It, is' : the^ultimate;.desire ; of
testants-to have the arks removed, frdm
WILL CROSS BAY
FOR AN 'AT HOME'
Many Guests to Accept the
Hospitality of Mrs.
F. M.Eaton v
OAKLAND, Oct. 10.— A large' number
of guests will cross the bay Wednesday
afternoon to accept the hospitality of
the Broderick street residence, of Mrs!
Frederick Malcolm Eaton, who -"will 1 re
ceive at an elaborate' "at . home" 'in
honor of Miss. Valentine.' The' yoiing
matron -has- sent out cards to friends
on -both sides of the bay announcing
4 o'clock; as the hour of .her. reception.
Before her marriage Mrs. Eaton , lived
in. Oakland, ;where she was a' favorite
witE,a*wide circle, of .acquaintances.. .
Mrs. Frank Lampspn Brown; and Mrs!
| TVilliam Thornton :AVhite P! who ? have
been ' spending Uhe ; late : fali> : ini' New
York,.-- have)" returned /to \u25a0 California,
where they ] are ; being^.cbrdiallyV welf,
corned. *-. .Both;:. Mrs. Brown and her
daughter, Mrs. White, are leaders of
the smart set-on this side of the bay,
and will entertain extensively this
ywinter. . , •
\ Mr. and , Mrs. Wil liani Baqon are re
joicing in the advent, of a little son
in their home a week ago.- Before her
marriage Mrs. gacon.. was . Miss Ida
Marriott, one of the. most popular
girls Vv of the smart set- in Alameda and
across^ the bay: . " "' . '-
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Mrs. lEdmund Keeffe will entertain
a coterie of guests tomorrow afternoon
at her home in San Francisco, making
Miss Gladys Courtian, the pretty fiancee
of her brother. Jack Britt on, the 'guest
of honor. The wedding of Miss Cour
tian. and Britton is announced for the
evening of Thursday, October 27, at
the Courtian family residence.
A party of friends., who make up the
personnel of the Sixty-three club will
go to the Santa 1 , Cruz mountains over
the weekend to be. the house guests of
Mrs. P. A. Jordan. Among those who
will accept the "hospit'allty, of the sum
mer cottage are \u25a0 MrsA E. J. Holt;. Mrs.
E. D. Rue,. Mrs. Philip S. Teller, Mrs.
Louis James, Mrs. W/ L. Henn, Mrs.
George Emmons, Mrs. v J. G. Spaulding,
Mrs. Tisdale, Mrs.- Robert
Swayne, Mrs. George Plummer, Mrs.
Charles Okell. > " ;
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Mr. and Mrs. Byron\smith.' whose
wedding was an event of, the mid June,
and who left immediately for a honey
moon.on the continent, are in Germany
after an interesting tour of Sweden
and Denmark. .Their plans will keep
them, abroad for a number of months
longer. Mrs.. Smith was formerly Miss
Clara Meitzer of Chicago. . .
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Tomorrow evening Mrs. Walter Hen
ry will entertain one of the winter's
card clubs at an informal • game of
bridge and supper at h^.r Vernon
heights residence. \
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Mrs.'N. W. Acker entertaineij inform
ally at luncheon followed bH ; auctlon
bridge this afternoon; 'her jcore- of
guests including, :the 'membefl^of the
Monday tbridge club. ,'V" i ' >'\
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The new home which is to pc built
in Piedmont for Mr. and Mrs. John P.
Irish will be ' one of the hanc^omest
of the; hill district,' and will .b^, ready
for occupancj' early in the, year. The
old family residence- in central' Oakland
will be given up. - . .- \u25a0'.*.. n ''
An attractive new home whichjs in
course of erection is the Swiss cUalet
which has been planned' in the Clare
mont district by Mr. and Mrs. Duile.y
Kinsell. They, will :take .possession
within a few weeks. . \u25a0 '
Mrs. Charles . Burckhalter. who ., Ms
been on the Atlantic coast for the l^st
month, will return to Oakland withinja-
week or two.' In her absence, her horr.e
has been presided over by her.daughteiy
Mrs. Newton, who was formerly Misj
Mac Burckhalter. ' ' .-*. -*
A young' 'matron who is being wel
comed to the bay cities by a wide circle
of friends is Mrs. William T. Young,
who ha^ coirie from her home at Fort
Jones to be the. house guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Waddell.
in Peralta heights, for the early winter.
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Announcement is made of the mar
riage of Miss -Constance Lyons, the
daughter of Mr.. and. Mrs., J. B. Lyons,
and Clyde E. Healy of Berkeley. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. C. M.
Cutting of San Rafael. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Healy.
FORMER CONVICT GETS
15 YEARS FOR THEFT
Two Razors Stolen From. Room
and Plea ;'Guilty"
OAKLAND. Oct. 1 0.— Fifteen years in
San Quentin was the sentence giv««i to
day by. Judge Brown to John i Lewis, a
former convict, for stealing two razors
from the room John -W.'-Koehler.
The long sentence was made. necessary
by law because of Lewis', prior convic
tfon for felony. He pleaded guilty. _
THE PAINS THAT RACK A WOMAN'S BACK
"Man works from rise to set of sun.
But woman's work is never -done."
Any- woman who- Keeps : house and
brings un a family knows the truth of
the old rhyme— and how much harder
it is when nofin perfect health! .
:M any a " .wife endures with, noble
patience the daily misery, of \u25a0backache,
pains about the hips; and- pelvis, blue,
nervous spells, and urinary . disorders,
expecting no- relief, -because she
doesn't know what is the; matter.
" It is not true that. eyery-.pain in
the region of. the ; hips and. lower ab-
domenis "female trouble." ' When the
kidneys vget '.'. congested and ; ; v iriflamed
there is constant backache, headache,
dizzy.;, spells, bearing^; down ; pain,
urinary-- disordersy and '; other, queer
pains which are', easily mistaken for
sex ailments, but which are due to. the
swollen;';sick kidneys. ' ; , .v ' • >.\
. You can tell that it is kidney trouble
jf : the ; secretions \u25a0 are dark colored and
contain sediment, like brick dust, if
passages are > too , frequent,*; or -scanty,
or scald like hot water. "\u25a0* And the. «ric
acid poisoning makes- you dull, and
#DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS#
•jftheTMßisTiaas \u25a0 r s o jj w 'defers; Price 5o cents! Foster-Milbuhh Co., Buffalo. N.Y.. Proprietors/- iffeßitaispsrs;
Mrs;T.H;Seabury,
Berkeley Delegate
To Mothers' Clubs
CLUB WOMEN TO
ATTEND CONGRESS
Vice President of State Organi»
zation of Mothers' Societies
Chosen as Representative
BERKELEY, Oct. 10. — Mrs. Thomas
H. Seabury, vice* president of the state
congress of mothers' clubs, has been
selected as a delegate from this city
to represent the Berkeley clubs at the
state convention, . which will. open, in
Los Angeles about the middle of \u25a0 this
month. Mrs. Seabury will leave for the
soa'th October 14. •
Five mothers' clubs of this city and
one. of Oakland united In raising the
money necessary to send Mrs. Seabury
to the convention. She is an active
worker both in the mothers' clubs and
other organizations, and was selected
on account of her fitness to represent
this section at the convention.
\u25a0 On her return she will tender a re
port of the convention to the local or
ganizations.
PROMINENT MASON OF
ALAMEDA IS DEAD
E. G. Mbyes Succumbs to Re
lapse Following Operation
ALAMEDA. Oct. 10. — E. G. Moyes. a
prominent resident of this city and -well
known 'in Masonic circles, died this
morning at Lane hospital. . San Fran
cisco, where he had been taken follow
ing a relapse from an operation he un
derwent several months ago.
Moyes was junior member of the
firm of A. C. Rulofson, San - Francisco,
and formerly was connected with Baker
& Hamilton.
He was a native of London, Canada,
and was 4S years of age. He leaves a
wife and one daughter, Edwina Moyes,
and several brothers, one -of whom is
Charles Moyes of Pacific Grove. The
Moyes home is -at 1725 Santa Clara
avenue.
FUGITIVE ARRESTED
AFTER YEAR'S CHASE
Fresno -Police Capture Alan
Charged With Deadly Assault
\ OAKLAND. Oct. 10. — John Purvis,
jiissing for more than a year, has been
arrested at Fresno, where he was
known as John Peavey,, on a - charge of
assault -with a deadly " weapon upon
Richard Reese July 1, 1909, at 167*
Eiyhth street. Reese was cut with a
long.knifp,- which laid' open his face
frdhi his ear to his. chin. Purvis left
the-'city that day, and the police- have
held\ a' -warrant for his arrest ever
since.. Detective Emigh -was - : sent to
Fresno, to get the prisoner.
SON 'OF FORMER CITY
A OFFICIAL MARRIED
BERKEI^EY. Oct. 10.— -Ray VT. Olsen.
son of • former \u25a0 Trustee- Xels Olsen,
claimed" Miss Bertha P. Nelson for his
bride '.at the Park Congregational
church today. Rev. , C. M. Price read
the' service 'In the presence of ..the
families and. friends. \u25a0 Miss Helen Liv
ingston and Eert Moulthrope were the
attendants. Alter the honeymoon trip
Mr. and -Mrs. -pisen- will make- their
home .in Blake, N street. , . . i-V N "/
Are Warnings That Point To
Sick, Weafc\,Kidneys , "
Tells A Story «3fc
can't bend over*
VACCINATION LAW
MAY BE FOUGHT
Alamedan Threatens^) make
Legal Battle Against His
Daughter's Suspension
.ALAMEDA. "Oct. 10.— Strict enforce
ment by^the'bdarJ 1 of education of the
state law, which provides that all chil
dren in the public schools must be vac
cinated,* has led to the" suspension of
Miss Loreme Remmel, daughter- of -Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Remmel of 2060 San An
tonio -avenue, from the Alameda high
school. The parents of the girl 'refuse
to allow tier to.be, vaccinated, declaring
that it might endanger her^life. Rem
mel "threatens to • take* the -case. Into
court. . • . i
Miss Remmel; after • acknowledging
to Dr. George- C. Thompson, .principal
of the high school' that she had not
been '.was sent.- home" sev
eral, weeks ago. .
:*: * Remmeris vehement in his declara
tions against the school directors and
their enforcement of the law.
"There are many children in the local
schools who have never been vacci
nated," declared. Remmel. "They have
been allowed to remain by subterfuge.
My daughter told the truth and she
,has been ejected.
"The state laws are in conflict. One
provides for compulsory education and
the other makes vaccination manda
tory. Mrs. Remmel and. myself do not
Vlesire to endanger, the life and health
of our daughter. She is now the pic
ture of health and we would not ruin
her life by a vaccination operation."
Remmel points put that a girl at
Santa Barbara is dying as the result
of . a" vaccination operation and he de
clares that he might subject his daugh
ter to the same danger If he allowed
her to be vaccinated. '
Superintendent of Schools Will C.
Wood declares that neither he nor the
board of education has any alternative.
COUNTY EMPLOYES'
PAY IS tiELDOJP
Court to Be Asked to Pass Upon
Meaning of Resolution
OAKLAND, Oct.' 10. — According to an
opinion rendered today by Deputy Dis
trict Attorney Leon Clark, the 29 men
who were employed by the supervisors
to. prepare voting booths. for the last
primarj- election can not be paid out of
the county funds, as they were em
ployed without proper authorization.
According to Supervisor Kelley, the
proceedings -were* regular, and legal
steps will be taken to compel payment,
in spfte of the opinion received today.
The-men were employed by Supervis
ors Kelley and Bridge of the building
committee, in pursuance of a resolu
tion adopted by the board of super
visors. Supervisor Foss, the other
member of the committee, was not con
sulted when the appointments were
made, and when he learned that a
number of men were working in the
basement of the hall of records he
warned them that- they would' not be
paid. They kept on working, and bills
aggregating $2,500" were presented to
the county for their -work. Foss ob
jected to their payment 'and the matter
was referred -to the district attorney.
G. A. R. POSTS PLAN TO
GIVE EiNTERTAINMENTS
To Raise Funds for Equipment
of Memorial Hall
OAKLAND. Oct. 10. — The members of
the Grand Army posts and Women's
relief societies of this city are planning
to hold a series of entertainments for
the purpose of raising funds with
which to. equip the new Memorial hall,
which will be one of the apartments in
the new city hall and which will con
tain relics, records and pictures rela
tive to the civil war. The s committee
in charge Includes Dr. John L. Chap
man, president: Jotin T. Bell and Carrie
L. Hoyt. Twelve posts and corps will
take part in .the proposed benefits and
will contribute to the furnishings" of
the hall.
POULTRY LECTURES TO
BE GIVEN AT DAVIS
BERKELEY. Oct. 10. — A short course
in poultry raising will be given on the
university farm at Davis October 17 to
29. The various details will be con
sidered, and among the lecturers -will
be: Prof. Meyer E. Jaffa, H. A. George,
S. D. Wilkins. Prof. Charles G. Hyde.
V. G. Huntley, Prof. "W. B. Herms, Prof.
C. M. Harlng and Mrs. Basley.
NATIONAL UNION WILL
GIVE THEATER PARTY
BERKELEY, . Oct. 10.— The local
lodge of the < National Union has made
arrangements for a theater party at
the Oakland Orphe\im next Monday
evening. The committee in charge con
sists.of L. B. -Landon, G. L." Blair and
J. . L.. Donohue.
tired, fretful and nervous. It brings
dizzy spells, rheumatic pains, neural-
gia, sick headache and weak, eyesight.
Doan's Kidney Pills have brought
sound backs and new life and strength
to thousands of suffering women.
This remedy is' made of pure medi-
cines, contains, no poisonous or nar-
cotic drugs, nothing that would cause
a habit. It cures backache, kidney and
bladder troubles, also bedwetting of
chiJdren.
SAN FRANCISCO TESTIMONY.
Mrs. Minnie Schafer. 3512% Mission
street. San Francisco. Cal., says: "My
back was lame and painful and at times
the kidney secretions passed far- too
frequently;' causing? me great annoy-
ance. I w lost much sleep and arose in
the morning feeling tired and lame. My
work was a burden, and; I. was subject* to
.headaches: and 'dizzy spells. Finally -I
yas led to .getDoan's Kidney Pills at
tjie; Swan Drug Co. and give, them a
trial. My condition; improved from the
first arid by 'the time I had used three
box»s of .this v remedy"'- 1 was completely
cured. I shall always. recommend Doan's
Kidn?y Pills; in 1 the "highest 'terms."
GRAND JURY AFTER
TOBACCO DEALERS
Probation Officer Finds Thai
Cigarettes Are Sold to Youths
in Two Cities
OAKLAND, Oct. JO. — The grand Jury
is investigating the sale of cigarettes
and sradking materials to boys less
than IS years of age. and a number of
tobacconists of Oakland; and Berkeley
will appear at the next meeting of the
inquisitorial body.
District Attorney Donahue and Pro
bation Officer Rtiess began the move
ment against the sale of tobacco to
youths. The latter received many com
munications from parents of boys who
smoke, asking that criminal prosecu
tions-be started against the dealers.
Ruess found that many dealers In
Berkeley and Oakland sold . to boys
without hesitation, in many cases with
out taking the trouble to ask' their
ages; >
Some of the tobacconists under sur
veillance have taken alarm and refused
to continue their policy of selling to
boys. There is enough evidence against
many -of them, however, to warrant
criminal prosecutions. The grand Jury
will meet next week In all probability.
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xren» married In Sao Francisco June 20. 19OW.
and she »lleK»>» desertion to Majr. 1909.
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Mix one pint of granulated sugar
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President of the
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He has -phenomenal power to locate
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Remember it costs you nothing to see
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