EVENTS IN THE COUNTIES BORDERING ON THE BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO
DECORATIONS TO BE
FEATURE OF DANCE
7 First Entertainment of the Sea
son Will Be Given on
OAKLAND. -Oct. 23. — Oakland council
No. 6,Toung Men's Institute, will hold
- tr? first social dance of the season next
Wednesday evening at Maple hall.
About 500 invitations have been sent
from which many acceptances have
Especial care has been taken in plan
ning the decorations. In particular,
the electric effects are expected to sur
pass anything- of the kind ever seen i:i
Maple Jiall. > :\u25a0
The committee in charge of the dec
orations has had much experience and
is expected to show much taste' in the
selection and .placing of flowers. A
special musical program has been .ar
ranged. Following Is the committee in
charge: J. X. Gallagher. J. ,V. Barr.
T. D. Kerin. F. M. Flynn and F. H.
.MATINEES .WEDNESDAY AND SATUUDAY.
Last Time Nest Sunday Nisht
- •«,'.- Tbf Big Musical Com*>«l.v Hit.
3. Victor Morier. Bfcitle Clifford and
NEXT FRIDAY AFTERNOON °fj-
Thf In«pirationsl Pander — Seats 51. 75c. 50c.
NFYT Wf PK" COHAN & HARRIS
'"-'»* VTuidlV r»;oi>'<'T!<tN OF THE
SEAT SALE OPENS THURSDAY.
A I f A 7 A D
rl I i. . /i /rt K rhoDe Wes^ »<^
/SLufiLiaia Home PhoD e s-4-j^j
P.ELASOO & MAYEH. Ownrr? and Manngprs. I
T«»NI^HT-ALL TIHS WEEK— TON KJHT
rn^fniatiiia in San FranH«vt «t" Lat^t Sea- ;
S'rtT* Itr>ira:itif SeusatJou.
I'\ \u25a0 .WJiifiHl Suiitb »Tid Paul Armstrong.
r.fffrjirply Act*"d. Roalisticallr Sta?p«l.
I'KlCES— Nifht. 2.".r to Jl : M»t.. 2.V to *.oc.
MATIVEE SATIRDAY AND SI'NDAY.
f-""st*. for Ss!e at Box Offi<v> and Emnorium.
>--.\; HVfifc — Cisnninj: Polloofs CotnwJv Drama,
"TBE LITTLE GRAY LADr
-aff^t and Most MacniC'-<-ut Th»>HtPr iu America.
MATINEE TODAY AND EVERT DAY .
EVERY EVENING AT 8:15
AI'a'STA CLOSE. PiaDokMri"". Spokfn Sonz*
r> u\ lmita-fions of Ty;ws: VTILLARD SIMMS &.
«•«».. in -THndorV Furnished Fist": SPISSELI,
imos. & CO.. in *-Tlir» Continpntal Waiter":
TtU RRKU A: MADISON: JOHN P. WADE &
«<».. in "M«rw Sbolbv*K ChirkPn Dinner";
QKINX & MITCHELL: THE FLYING MAR-
TINS: Ni:W ORPIJEIM MOTION PICTURES.
Last W^rk— Tr»niendou« Snocn;* of the Celc-
t'tnted Euiipran Danr^r and Aotress. LA. TOR-
TAJADA. in "Advontiirp of a Toroador."
Qoming— THE IMPERIAL RUSSIAN DANCERS.
JZrfninp .Pri«*. H»<% 2-V. ."iOr. Tsc: Box Spate.
SI. Mat. l*rio«*»! Sundays and Holiiart).
]()«. 25f. s«c. PHONES: lH«jplas TO. Home C1370
S. L.OV£RIChL MANAGEP
E!li« Rt. Near Fillaaore. .Class A Theater
.\JI ThU AVecU — l,n«t Time J»a«. Mglit
America'? Greatest .Character Plaj" . .
Our New Minister
n.v the Author* of "The Old Homestead."
Ni^ht Prices — 2.V- to $1. Sat. and Siyi. M^at.
i Pri«e>— i,v to ;>. W>d. Mat. Prices— 2-xV 50c.
< ommriK'inK Minrt«v Mai., Oct. 30
f* A DDIfF THEATER
Vinillllyili Phone West 119t
S. LOVfPJCH. Manager.
MAY Ffefl I
Iu tbe Groat Musical Comedy Success
\u25a0 '\-jTNisht mid Sun. Mat. prices — 25c to.sJ.
Sat. Mat. "Pop" Prices— 2sc and ."We,. - ,
__ _ \u25a0 :—-j: — -j
SECOND AND LAST WEEK OF
(Licblcr & Cv.. Manager*)
Accompmlcd bv JAMES O'NEILL
Aj»4 tJie Greatest' Stipj>ortlnff Company Lver
<»rsanized. Incltidlns: MINNA OALE
mid HENRY STANFORD Jn .
The White Sister
Rv F. Marion Crawford
Nijrlit and Sat. Mat. Prices— s2 to- o0c. :
••pop" Thursday. Mat.. |1 to 25c. Seats at
Theater aDd Emporlunj. \u25a0 %( _ __ „
Bt*rtin« Next Sunday — THE Cl^. X.
' BLSH AXD I.AKKi>",STS.
OCEAN WATER. BATHS
Swimming and Tab Baths
Sdt water ' direct from the 'ocean. - Open
erery flay . and • ereolßjr. lnclndlnf Sunday*
and holiday*, from 6 a. m. to 10 p. in.' Spec-
tators* gallery free. .-''.' 2\,
Nat a torlnm referred . Toesday and Friday
njorainfa-frotn 9 o'clock to noon for women
- oul r ' \u0084..----\u2666-.-*-.-'-\u25a0.. *
-VlUerc^l Orran W««*r Plance"
COMFOXTABLT • HEATED •,
Hot Air Hair Dryers for Women Ba,ther».
PORCELAIN TUBS 'with hot. . <«ol«. , salt
mi frenti water; Each room flttei with hot.
z a 6 cold nit and lre»o shower.- •„•'\u25a0>-, a \u0084,
BRANCH TUB BATHS. 2151 GEARY ST.
NEAB, DEVIS£DERO: ' " \u0084" .
Y. M. I. COUNCIL TO
GIVE GRAND BALL
Members who are lending efforts to Tna}^e'Y;: t M. /.' entertainment a
big success. They 'are, reading from left to right: JvV. Ban, F. M. Flyriri,
F. H.Chisholm, J,N. Gallagher and-T: D. Kerin. r ;- ; ;u,,.^, ;. 1
Installation of Electroliers , on
Twenty=third Avenue to
OAKLAND, Oct.. 23.— A '.-halloween
celebration will' take place Saturday
night, October 29, when' an . open air
festival will be held under the aus
pices of the Twenty-third Avenue Im
provement club to mark the installa
tion and lighting of electroliers along
Twenty-third avenue, from East
Twelfth and East Twenty-third streets.
Invitations have .been sent to every
improvement and civic organization in
the annexed district -to participate, as
well as to the civic bodies of Oakland.
The celebration will be of importance
to- the East Oakland district, for .it
will mean the beginning of a great
shopping center. ; a street of modern
stores- and amusement places, well illu
minated and convenient, of access to a
population' estimated at •\u25a0 50,000.;- Coun
cilman R. C. Vose, chairman; W. . G.
Hawes." secretary; Louis Hinck. treas
urer; C Tiedemann. T. S. /Hansen. M.
Van Haaren and W...T. Smith, the com
mittee .in charge of the affair, have
completed plans for -the' festival. " .
With a concert at East Fourteenth
street and Twenty-third avenue by the
Fifth Regiment band at- 7:30 o'clock,
the celebration will formally open. In
Twenty-third avenue, between east
Fifteenth and East Sixteenth streets,
a band- stand will be erected and the
pavement swept clean, in order, that
dancing may be' enjoyed until raid
night. The block above will be de
voted to races under the auspices of
the Century athletic club, for valuable
prizes. The houses will be illuminated
and decorated, fancy booths will line
the -shlewalks- and everywhere will be
grinning jack o' lanterns. The festival
will end' at 'midnight with a confetti
LAUREL GROVE ACTIVITY
At a meeting at the home of W. H.
Husband. 3237 Laurel avenre, the
Laurel Grove improvement club elected
the' following officers last week: John
Duffy, president; Joseph Unger, first
vice- president; D. W.- Bates, second
vice president: C. Hubman, secretary;
T. A. Currie, [treasurer. The club ap
proved of the extension of the Dimond
street carline' along Hopkins' street.
Resolutions were\ adopted urging that
action be taken -'as -quickly as possible
to provide a" sanitary system for the
The Latham ~ Terrace improvement
club is devoting :its<- attention • to" the
dissolution of #he old. sanitary"^ district
known as X 0..2. PresidentE. W. Hyden
has been appointed to confer with City
Attorney. vJ. »; W. -Stetson as ' to" the
quickest^method.to dissolve thedistrict
and turn the- administration of - the
sanitary affairs over to' Oakland. The
club .also, desires 'East. Twenty-third
street repaired- in .the-neighborhood of
Sausar'creek.land. a -.police: and. fire
alarm^box placed. at East Twenty-third
street and Twenty-third avenue. \u25a0
Wfth its- attention "divided "between
securing Jthe,;extra" land , necessary; _f or
the widening of Hopkins street and the
Installation of ?a \u25a0 sewer, J. system, .the
Hopkins Street' improvement .club, is
one of - the busiest organizations j east
of .; Lake Mcrrittl' "Due. to "the "efforts
of i\VV Broderick. F: W. S. Brookes and
p.* Ernst, the extension of -the Dimond
carlihe '-.along:.'; Hopkins;.:' street" is an
assured ;factr and - 1 it is' only a' question;
of time until -factual- construction of- the
road .wUl;:begih.. „,„. .. ' . . . .
rROGRESSrUEPOIITED . .. \u25a0'.;•' \u0084
In",the absence .of President 'E.
Sansome, W. 11. Locke presided
meeting "of the "-Central. < Improvement
club".af. East"F.ruitvale,-T_uesday nigttt.
E. Huff aker- and R-R^ Clarke reported
on" th« ' progress "being" made !in<"th*e
sanitar>' matter. ;' Louis May, E. ! ;;D.
SouthwJck. K. Bergendahl ami Edward
Hensley said-that:they had held a con
ference with -the fire commissioners
and that a - means of fire protection
would' be.provided" for the " Allendale
district withiij'a.few weeks. j > "
Thursday nights " : an "entertainment
arid banquet was" given by,the;Twenty
third -Avenue improvement, club in its
ha 11 .,1210 - East" Fifteenth street.. ..Mrs.
Grant "D.* Miller .gave aY recitation,
which was -followed .by j Mrs. - T.- B.
Holmes &| "and" Aubrey and * -Beverly.
Holmes, with .a; musical ; trio,,' number,
composed of piano,-cornet--and violin.
Will. Moir \and M.'. McVeigh sang .sev
eral ' songs.-"while'lr\-ing rDow.Vplayed
a. violin solo- and Miss; Mlna." Weldon
gaye 1 , a .piano solo. ; ; .The "committee in
charge was composed of F. : Sinz, T.
Hibbler and T. F.Hansen.- ;\ ,- -•
Under; the auspices yofj. the - Elmhurst
board of trade- the houses" in! that com
munityare being rapidly, numbered :by.
Ed : Coigrove^ preparatory .to the in
stallation of : a", free*. mail delivery
service." \u25a0.- V<~. : - '.; ..-/: -\u25a0. .' '~'i-
Amendments ,to the_ constitution.'.!; to
be ** - oted ' bh';in; Novcnibrr/'were^'con
sidored .at. Friday night's -meeting;: of
thc\Melrose, HclKht,s . club, 'v as vwell . as
the nebd'of frtrpetsigns in theannexed
district and ll?e>fphamihg< of the;hlgli^
ways*acjrp;rding^' to /a^unlform;, system."
The^nWd'of storrii i sewers^in'V certain
part* of tlief district" was .-als6V;dis-
v .THE SAN •; FRAN(^SGa;CALI^,aiX3ND^ Mo.
CLINGS TO EARTH
Engine Refuses to Work^ Long
Enough to Ascend More
i Than Fifteen Feet
. BERKELEY, Oct. 23.— Although an
expectant crowd waited for hours to
see an ascension, the airship of Roy
Brewer and "\V. E. Brewer, which was
scheduled -to gro up this afternoon,, re
peated its performance of last Sunday
and failed to leave Mother Earth more
than "10 or 15 feet. .
The was made, in a vacant
lot at the corner of Josephine and Hop
kins streets ' and : several hundred per
sonsstayed to watch till. late this aft
ernoon. Only one flight was made in
which the aeroplane 1 left" the ground.
In that attempt it rose about 15 feet
and traveled several hundred yards.
Roy Brewer was at the wheel. A
number 'of alterations lin the" planes"
had been 'made by the Brewers, but
the engine refused to work long enough
for the craft "to rise from the ground
freely. On the other trials the.most
it did' was to run I along ;on'.' the guide
wheels for several hundred'yardß!._The
Brewers will try again, next . Sunday.
TWO RUNAWAY; GIRLSr
"BROKE," SO SURRENDER
Third of Detention Home Misses
Stil l at Liberty
OAKLAND, Oct. 23.— Their -courage
going with the little bit of \u25a0; money,
Rene Rooney_ and Louise Maderos, two
of th<; girls who escaped yesterday
from" the Detention home at 43 6 Nine
teenth street, by, climbing" over ..the;
barbed wire I fence, . surrende'red^-tb .the
police. today. ; They were returned ; to'
the home.' The girls 'said they had $2
when they- ran - away yesterday _T\'ith-
Isabelle Brazil. They spent most of
this money: and' rented a. cheap room
with the rest. -When they got up pen
niless today, Isabelle .Brazil resolved
to. continue "to try" to shift for herself,
but -her companions longed '-for- -the
comforts of home. - ..
AT FRUITVALE HOME
C. E. Horsford Was Member of
San Francisco Firm
, OAKLAND. Oct. 23. — Clarence 'E.
Horsford, vice president, of -.the»-firm.-of
Horsford Brothers," mill supply dealers
at 167 Main street, San. Francisco/ died
today.. at the home of . his; mother, Mrs.
Martha-Horsforrl.' 2706 Thirty-fifth ave-'
nue, FruitvaleL. .He, .was =44. years-of
age.,- Horsford was a of," New
York. »" He was. associated' in business
with his,bfotliers,;M- :B/ and S. CJ Hors
ford. 'Funeral- arrangements; have not
been made. \u25a0 • .\u25a0<\u25a0'. ...•:\u25a0 • \u25a0,>. v .«^ • - -.'
MISFORTUNES OF A
BERKELEY MAIL CARRIER
; BERKELEY, Oct: iS.-^Allen-Gaston,,
a Berkeley' letter -carrier who".was~hit'
.in .the head^ivith a. pitched ball" threV
weeksago today, ' which . injury
he has'" just' recovered. 1 . wa» kicked in
the head by.,alhorse. early?, tills' morning
while \u25a0; unhitching •the animal he
in distributing his'ail. • .- :.-\u25a0':•.••: \u25a0 >
,; 'His . injury -wasV a ;\u25a0 laceratsori"4xff. the
•scalp/ -' ,; : ': y . ;;^ ' V;'_v '\:'-' i^."'., '\u25a0'. [\ S"
-".\u25a0 Gastoii was struck on the head by a
ball while atißat. . He.'is; the s6"n.'6f~a"
San' Francisco policeman.' i t '; '-•"' . : ' ' •'
TROPHY-PRESENTED - %
TO ENDURANCE SQUAD
• .ALAMEDA,- Oct.- 23.— Company G.
national guard of 'California; -has re
ceived the" silver, trophy '.which'rit"wbn H
in. an endurance race September 4." The
cup was won in 'competition Lwith' com
panies A* and -F." of Oakland: and :c of
Berkeley: :-l t ? was', presented z by- Paiil
TJ r Carroll a nd -is , inscribed^ "Squad KS?
durance ;march;" won- by company G," X.
G." C.,:September,^l9lo.." . ' , :
, • •!^O^ 'JF- \u25a0'" '\u25a0 jf The greatest, crisis in a. womanfs life j
TT^S ~4T^ is when first , she. becomes a: mother, j
j^,'; / rll '^^1 Ir^J kS\AaTT -\u25a0 : \u25a0&& '""' tlie >Phy?ici^; strengths of ; her j
j v"ijfy^. jk y *^r • T*. *! - 'Mr^ nature is demanded ' at rsnch^ times,
Ivtll -*m--rnm- n .- .. _ i~ _ ' JmL. an< * it is necessary that her system
i I-N II K^F lI^JUT TEw' ITJ) te thoroughly prepared for the event»"
I iW II vsX II \l\ IrcLgw in order that her health be preserved
I '~ * . f~ i^^:: :\u25a0\u25a0 f^KTri.' *; ...... T?vTv':--'» f or:;'f uture .years'.'^ Mother 'g I Friend
|is .\u25a0woman's safest : reliance; i it; is a^ medicine :f or; extiernal ; use," composed" of i oils
and other ' ingredients which assist \ nature in all ; necessary.! physical changes of
thelsystem. ; '- Its regular iuseibefore ithei coming • of Vbabyi prepares lthel miiscles'
and tendons for the unusual strain, aids in. expanding the skin and flesh fibres,
and strengthens, all the membranes and tissues. . Mother 's Friend lessens the pain
and'danger.at'.the v crisis, : ?anjdUeavea; : "/^ ---^-^ ' • v :.is.ii^^\u25a0-'^v;^--:''^:':'^*' s^/.""'.'".':
the -; mother ; in : such" healthful ,con- r TV^ ''jmCl'.m'Cu if "iri. ..^J^J-V^'-
dition that her recovery is ; always >Nf #^^y |l l^w* II - :
rapid and natural. Mother's Friend Ifl vd it "IF ll ' II ~W IKfl g^V
i ' is sold[at"drug : stores. >;Write , f or. oux ? \u25a0'•\u25a0•' fr^^jZ^--"' " '-*-?*^s
free book for expectant mothers. vy'/;->"7 "^."2" li-"' : im : TTT,'"^' 'fT*u '"""''
BRADFIELD EEGULATOR CO., * ||3 IT Jpi^ lOi \u25a0
A JOINT SESSION
Alameda and San Franciscd Dis
tricts of State Federation
Foregather at Berkeley:
: OAKLAND, Oct. 23.— For thei first
time^ih'the history of local clubs San
Francisco and Alameda 'district Fed
eration : of Women's Clubs joined to
gether; in an all" day ; conference • on
Thursday 'last, more .than 100 members
participating in.. the -/club event/; which
was- 'arranged by Mrs. "Anniei Little
Barry. 'Through l ;the ; ,co'urtesy*.of ; the
Town and Gown~.club of, Berkeleyl the
I attractive clubhouße was placed at the
disposal of" the bfßeeVs and -leaders" of
district work. .-'. \u25a0 \u25a0'*'\u25a0'. -:.U .-.-•.:;•* ; .-l.';. '-V
Dr. A.;F..Lange 'qf-«th'e University of
California", speaking at the early morn
ing ' session, explained ; the ' "Teachers',
retirement ; bill,"\; which WlH_be" pre
sented- at ? the 'next, legislature.';- He
asked; the . clubwomen to lend ;their
influence , in its. favor. ; " '.-\u25a0 ;
Mrs.' E.G.Den*riiston, ! vice president
at large, of the California: federation,
gave the greetings from the estate
board to its two important auxiliaries:
Mrs. , A. T. Black,, president! of "San
Francisco^ 'district,' responded : to' Mrs.-
Barry's welcome. . V. :
. g Mrs. E.< D. Knight "of San Franglsco
and Mrs. George; E. Fredericks of .Oak
land each r spoke" to the subject; "M"
tual 'Advantages.. to_ the" Press 7 a...
Clubwomen." '- '.'.'. ".- : . -'--'''\u25a0
The Da\ r id education bill, providing
for an' appropriation "of $5,00iD,000' for
the purpose of placing a: - course fin
vocational pursuits in. the high schaols
and ?l,ooo,ooo'for the" purpose of,plac
ing a course for teachers of vocational
pursuits in - theynormal "schools, .was
advocated by Mrs. H. N. Rowell. presi
dent of the Federate^. Mothers'/ clubs.
Mrs. Reuben' Mastick,.;. chairman ..of
the. committee on;,club extension; re
ported that -five new- clubs had ". been
added "to Alameda federation^ since. the
opening of the club year, representing
a membership^ of 1,000. - ;»\u25a0'-. \u25a0- \u25a0- -
: Mrs. \\W.\. C. "; Kennedy \u25a0. of "San Jose
made a" plea on behalf of the forestry
Mrs.. Howard Herrington. on. behalf
of the committee on civil reform, told
,of the -work under way. Interest in
women; workers in .social and indus
trial conditions was urged- by Mrs.
E. L. Baldwin»of the California-club.
.\u25a0. \u25a0- To place, a department" of household
economics in the public schools is' the
aim- of Mrs. -Aaron Schloss, chairman
of the committee on economics. ".< * 4
Other- reports were given-; by Mrs.
L." .C. Crane of .the philanthropic com
mittee:. Miss Cornelia McKinne, chair
man of the clubhouse loan committee;
Mrs. C. W. Kinsey of the history and
landmarks .. committee;./ \u25a0 Mrs. • E. ,. G.
Green of 1 Palo Alto, \u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 chairman ot the
committee on waterways.
Miss Blanche; Morse 'of the, state
board announced that; after the first
of * the- -year- the- -Federation'; Courier
would ;be issued" monthly, instead; of
quarterly" as heretofore. : ." : "
Ebell; will, entertain - at-an -elaborate^
musicalev bri ! Tuesday Vafternopn, the'
program to-.tafcd:the;place'<of -.the read
ing, of - "The "Dawri of ,: a; Tomorrow,"
which- was 'to -have been given by Mrs.
James '/Adams -Stuart. ' Miss., Louise
Brehany of San Francisco will be as
sisted by Elbert Cowan, pianist;- R. C.
McLean, cello; "Wallace yon Helms,
violin. . . Mrs. <\u25a0 R. , C. Bousfield will . pre
side as hostess. '.-'- ". '\u25a0' '.: x
Among the section announcements
.for^the week is the discussion of Oliver
Goldsmith's ; "She • Stoops to Conquer,"
by. the women of the literature class
on Wednesday morning; a travel study
on ."Friday afternoon, , by the tourist
section. On- Thursday morning the
following .papers V will be read before ;
: the California ' history, and landmarks
section: '."Prlncipar. Events T'From 1880
to ; 1550," ." Mrs. Charles E. . Cornell;
7"Firstv American "Govern or, Peter.. Bur-^
nett,";Mrs. George "XV. Percy; "Pioneer
Mines," Mrs. ;C: W. Kinsey. *
Tuesday afternoon the tourist sec
tion of the . Adelphian club will listen
tofa talk on .autjorhobillrig .in ;the state
of: New York by, Mrs. Herman Krusi.
An > interpretation of \u25a0 Edmond *\u25a0 Ros
tand's "Chaniecler". will be given " on
Friday afternoon.-^ '_. -. \ ;; ',;'/•
Aviation will be by ;. the
members of the \u25a0•Wednesday: club;; on
November- 2.' when Mrs.- P. Ll^Cortelyou
entertains the members at her home. in
Alameda. - • * - - \u0084 : ' , ' .
,; .Youftg.' Women's v day be feeler
brated r at. the Oakland club'on "Wednes-'
day. afternoon next, ' Mrs. Leroy.Hackett
presiding as-hostes«.' •" -. . , -
.:\u25a0-.,*,\u25a0...-\u25a0'.\u25a0 .i •.";"'"*.. «. ;\u25a0 '• --.\u25a0 - -
"The ..Twfntieth - Century an
nounces a -meeting; of. its Shakespeare
"section or ' Friday .afterriboh- when Tat
the .residence of. Mrs. J.-L.'Rankin,. the
historical: personages •of •Shakespeare
will' be discussed.'- ThursdavvJmbrning
the dramatic::sectson''wiir meet; at"; the
home of. Mrs. William ; Wadsworth.
Mrs.^ Will Jam .Lawrence 'Jbnesff s -leader
of . this .group of /students. \; ., '-. ;,',;• : ' ••\u25a0
'. '"-Mrs"; Cora'B. Jones will be- the; hpn%
ored guest; at '^ the >Alta.',Mir'a.. club -on
Monday - afternoon, j telling." them of ; her,
Impressions; of. the national "playground
congress and ; reporting- the- interesting
events" of the- biennial of '-the* earlier
year:; The . musical \u25a0Uumbers '-. .will : be
contributed by Miss ;yirginia;Cook'_and
Miss ! Edithf Keilbar.'v Miss'ftanc'y Goody
will : read 'the ? "Tramp^Musician" ; to a
piano' accompaniment. •\u25a0 \u25a0 -.\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0• •'
Mrs. AlVAitken .will'preside as'.chalr
manJ ', ....... -\ : - r ',. . '\u25a0- '-.'•.' '.';\u25a0 \ '. : -]'[- ' '."\u25a0. "^ .',
IMPROVEME^'r^CLUB ; : "
ALAMEDA, -,Oct: ;23.-^-The ; Alameda
improvement club, will hold its 'annual
reception Thursday.; ,:;lin
clubhouse ;; ;i n^v- Webster ;v- street. '..near
Haight ayenue.3?'An v entertalnment'will
begiven^hd ref reslimen-ts served:!; The
N. ?C ; Hawks; 1 • H.';"E. - Meh rtens", >'M. -H. :
Owens, Dr. Ha rOld-,A.*Miller, Peter'Jor
'kensen^and: Hf, Browning. ._-.: \u25a0;"-;_ .. '•; 0.
AT GREEK THEATER
Pupils of Mrs. Blanche Ashley
~ and Noted Soloists Give
Program at Berkeley
; BERKELEY,. Oct.' 23.-^One .of the
best -half ; hours .'of music given in the
Greek theater this' season was -enjoyed
by .a' large^ audience 'today, when a
chamber, music concert was given by
Mrs. .Blanche, 'Ashley and her. pupils,
solo, pianists. ;\u25a0..'.'" \ \u25a0...- .
''Miss?:M~ary • Pasmore-;had'"charge of
the'proigram and Hother" TV'ismer, the
violinist, and. Dri' Arthur Weiss, violin
cellist, assisted .in the, renditionof sev-.
era.; of .the Slumbers./ Miss Lina Chris
tine^Whipple and. Miss Jessie Harmon,
both .pianistes v of had promi
nent'placesron\ the program: . -V . ,'
-The .numbers: given -were 'the. first
movement of 'Scharwenka's : fTrio in G
Minor,".' opus 112; . Couperin's "Second
Royal. Concerto,", the first movement of
Schumann's "Trio No. 1, Mit Energie
und. Leidershaft,''opus.'63; Beethoven's
"Qua'tiior; in E Flat" andante j cantablle,
with' Miss, Mignidnne Harmon, at.the
piano, and the last 'movement oif Victor
Bendix'sVTrio- in,' A p Major," opus: 12,
with'MissPhyllida 'Ashley at the piano.
ST. AMBROSE'S CHURCH
TO GIVE -WEEK FAIR
Bazaar. Will Begin Tonight for
Benefit of Parish
BERKELEY, Oct.' 23.— The ladies of
St.' 'Ambrose church. West Berkeley,
will open; a fa4r. for the aid of the
church tomorrow -night,' and it will
be continued until" Monday evening.
October 31. Attorney William J. Hen
nessy, president of the :Y. M. 1., will
open the fair with an. address of ,w.el
come. Rev. Father Sampson, pastor of
St. ; Ambrose ," church, is greatly en
couraged at the interest shown in the
fair by .the.,.-, members of the congre
gation. The funds raised will be used
toward' meeting the indebtedness in
curred in : the erection of the new
church and parochial residence. The
fair will be held in, the new shurch.
The following committees have
charge of the booths. ' ; 3\,
St. Ambrose booth — Mrs. J. Mulvaney. Mrs.
W. Wberlie, Mrs. S. Campbell, Mrs. N. Con
nolly. Mrs. M. -CVjnnolly, Miss A. Berthe and
Mlsa C.- Mulvaney. • -
St.- Mary's booth— Mrs. J.-le. Stranjre, -Mrs.' S.
Davis. Mrs. B. ryne. Mrs. J. Semas. M^rs. G.
Brmvnp, Mrs. F. Plnjrer. Mrs. J. Glarinovich,
Mrs. R. W. White, Mrs. I\ Colford, Miss M.
Curtin and Miss N. Roach. .
•St. Anthony's I>ooth — Mrs. J. Youngi Mrs. R.
Powlinir. Mrs. A. Orthlaud. Mrs. M. \u25a0 Noonan.
Miss E. O'Keefe. Miss M. Fallon.' Mlss'D. Con
nors. Miss L. Bicetti," Miss R. Long and Miss
L. Rosanna. «-..-. .
St. Joseph's booth— Mrs. F. Munday. Mrs. H.
McEToy, \u25a0 Mrs. A. Ols^n. Mrs. J. Hanson. AJrs.
F. .Uves. Mrs. M. King. Mrs. .1. Foley. Mrs. A.
Ferrclra. Mrs. r. Levy. Mrs. G. Landregan,
Miss E. Farrell and Misses Santos. .
St. - Patrick's booth . <candy booth)— Mrs. J.
Younp. Mrs. T. . McDonald. Miss A. Saner, Miss
J. Kelly. Miss M. Newman, Miss K. New
man. Mies M. Santos, Miss K. Santos, Miss M.
McfJUnohy. , ,
Janw»s Casey, assisted br Mrs. T. O. O'Brien.
D. Curtin. F. Roberts, T. O'Keefe, J. I»pez.
and" J.. Lestrange, will have charge, of the fish
pond. ' - . \u25a0 • t
BURGLARS PREAK INTO
STORE AND DWELLINGS
Money- and Jewels Carried Away
OAKLAND, Oct. 23.— C. W. Heatjey,
proprietor, of the Keystone tea com
pany, 371 Twelfth street, reported to
the \u25a0 police this morning that burglars
broke into his . shop through a rear
door, kicking out a panel, last night.
They - rifled the' cash register, taking
$2.- - '-H '.'.;,-;;\u25a0..- ."\u25a0:.;\u25a0.\u25a0 " V.--' .--. \u25a0... . \u25a0
; K. 'Iritanl, 4101 East . Fourteenth
street; .reported -, that a' diamond ring.
aa v f _stickpln -and money, .amounting In
value to' s7s, were stolen by burglars,
who enrered with a key at the rear
door last night. .
The same means, of entrance was
used by burglars who broke. into Hugh
Flynn's >home, 1069 Eighth street, and
W. B. Hauks'^ residence, 1010 Center
street/ ' Nothing was taken from either
place." .'•"\u25a0 -. • \u25a0 - " • \u25a0
A burglar, who pried open the front
door ,of Roy .Wymore's home, 1097
Charles, street)..) Fitchburg. got a dia
mond ring.: a ruby ring and , $45. V.-
Sam : Werboesky, a horse trader.' of
"HOLSUM"-The Bread That's Protested
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Tlta A Dainty Waxed Wiaqjper IA/»
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-, \ : : \u25a0:"'.: -cleanness is exaclingly/maintaihed.; So much of the "Holsum Plfoc-
jmmmmmmmmm ess- i"s : autorri atic that the bread is scarcely touched by a human hand. II— a——^.
Fresh From The Oven Withm Its Moisture And
S(®^S§l^^^l Dust Proof Wrapper
in the special "Holsum° is preserved in all it3 oven fresh-
: superior; grade of; waxed paper which lsmot : " • , , .. , -, ... ; . -^ '
i -just coated: "br;- saturated iwith oil, grease or \u25a0\u25a0 '.ness and delicacy, of flavor until it » opened \u25a0
,' :w"ax..:Trre'paraffine isin the paper itself and, - ; a few hours later and served on your table :
'i | -will not rub of! on-vour hands or clothes. deHcious and dainty. '\u25a0'. *\u0084 ;
The Wrapper Keeps Out Uhcleanhess And^
Keeps In The Goodness
• "Holsum" is made carefully— it is; always clean, and is better in quality than any bread you •
| :> have ever eaten— whether home or •; baker.; made;^ Try fit! 10*cents,a loaf at your grocer's. •
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Two Artists Who
167 Third street, reported that three
horses were stolen from his stable
by a man to whom he gave the animals
for transportation to Martinez. He was
to meet the man at that place for a
sale, but his partner in the proposed
deal failed to appear.
BANK OF ITALY
Announces The Opening
MARKET STREET BRANCH
. the same representing the combined business of its present
THE BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO
MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK
JUNCTION OF MARKET, TURK AND MASON STS.
(the banking and. safe deposit quarters formerly occupied by the
Mechanics Savings Bank)
- Inspection is invited of its most modern and complete
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS Otea T i. M
Storage of Silver and Trunks and tbe overnight care of Ledgers, etc
THIS BRA>CH WILL BE OPEX SATURDAY AFTEB>OO>S
from 1 to 8 o'clock for receipt of Savings Deposits.
TO BE DISCUSSED
Prominent Speakers Will En
gage in Senate-Congress
Debate in Berkeley
BERKELEY. Oct. 23.— The annual
senate-congrress debate at the Univer
sity, of California will take place in
Hearst hall tomorrow night. ' The de
bate, which will begin at S o'clock, la
.considered the most important forensic
contest of the term and will be attend
ed by a large number of students, the
general public also being welcome. The
senate and the congress, the rival so
cieties, will each attend in a body and
will have rooting sections at opposite
sides of the hall.
Especial interest is felt in the debate
this year because the two teams are
"evenly ' matched. On the senate trio,
which will debate on the negative of
the question. "Resolved, that the best
interests of the United States demand
energetic prosecution of the policy of
conservation as outlined by Gifford
Pinchot." the debaters will be Charles
Kasch. J. G. Sweet and XI. R. Dowd.
Kasch is an experienced speaker. Op
posing him will be F. M. Shipper, also
an intercollegiate and Carnot debater,
the other two members of the congress
team being B. B. Blake and T. B.
G. A. Haines. president of the student
body of the university, will preside. The
judges will be Prof. T. H. Reed of tho
political science department and Profs.
Martin Flaherty and Frederick Blanch
ard of the English department.
! FEDERATED CLUBS TO
I HOLD MASS MEETING
Will Discuss City's Rights to
Fix Water Rates
OAKLAND. Oct. 23. — The Federated
Improvement Clubs of Alameda County
decided last night to hold a mass meet
ing Friday evening. November 18. when
by special appointment by the city au
thorities Carl Abbott or William R.
Davis will address the gathering on
the rights of municipalities in the fix
ing of water rates and explain the
effect which the present suit of the
People's water company against th»*
city of Oakland will have on sur-h
rights. Marsden Manson of San Fran
cisco will deliver an address on th"
subject of a water district to handl«
the development of the Hetch Hetchy
source of supply.
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