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BELL DENOUNCES
JOHNSON'S ATTACK
Bourbon Candidate -Says. Rival
Has Waged Campaign of
Villificatiofl
Tour of Southern Mines Is
Finished With Meeting
at Sonora
[Specie/ Dispatch to* The Cell]
SOXORA, October 24. — Theodore Bell,
democratic candidate for governor, fin
ished his tour of the southern mines
wit ha bis meeting in this cltyto>
night. In each of his talks he, charged
Hiram Johnson, his republican oppo
nent, with havjng resorted to villlfica
t!on as the campaign progressed.. Bell
raid:
"At the opening- of the campaign I
railed those connected with; my fight
into my headquarters and declared that
my opponent should be treated with
the utmost respect and that nothing
should jemananate from our headquar
ters that should in any way reflect on
his reputation as a man. I for one do
not -want the office of governor unless
I can secure It through the calm con
victions of the people. I fought" the
interests at a time when another man,
who Is abusing me every nlsftt and
raying I am the* candidate of William
F. Herrin and skulking behind the
skirts of Herrin. did not take jy? this
figrht. He has lost his head, btit I am
not going to lose mine.
"I will not take much notice of his
accusations. What do you think of a
man trying to assassinate character to
attain office? Johnson is trying to de-
Ftroy the reputation I have madi. , I
defy Herrin and all the railroad hench
men and hirelings and lobbyists. I
fought them four years ago. yet my
political enemies never said as much
to defame my name as .has my republi
can opponent In this campaign. -He
even went to Napa and flung his in
sults into the faces of my friends, even
of my relatives. He chargeJ that I
am no better than an unconvlcted felon
and am associating with unconvlcted,
felons of California. In Oakland on
Saturday night he repeated his unjust
accusations. I won't answer such
charges. . •
"Talk about me being a traitor to
the people of California! Do you think
I would abuse the power of my office to
betray the people? Every one who
knows me knows that the charge is a
damnable lie. That I am going to be
a traitor is the language of Fremont
Older and other slanderers of the
ctate."
Bell was heartily cheered when he
declared for Asiatic exclusion.
*T say to the Chinese, the Japanese,
the Hindu and every other such Asiatic
to go back to his own country. Where
the stars and stripes float I do not
want the spectacle of a 20 year old Jap
sitting in school with your. B or 9 year
old boy and girl." \u0084 , i.
The first meeting today was" at Sut
tef Creek, where County Assessor
Clarence E. Jarvis presented Bell and
Spellacy to an audience of 300, in front
of the American Exchange hotel. S
The entry into Jackson was one of.
the most stirring incidents of the cam
paign. Giant powder told of the ap
proach of the democratic standard
bearer. Headed by the band and an
escort of women, the party proceeded
to the National hotel, the front of
which had been prettily decorated.
With GOO persons assembled to hear
the speakers, there was the sound of a
drum in the distance and-400 school
children marched down Main street to
the meeting.
During the afternoon meetings were
held in Mokelumne Hill, San Andreas,
Altavllle and Angels, the candidates be
ing escorted through Calaveras county
by Will A- I>ower. chairman of the
county committee; Judge A. I. McSorley
and others. Senator Caminettl made
short talks at each stop.
It was after 10 o'clock when the
party arrived in this city. They were
hurried to Bradford's pavilion and spoke
to fully SOO persons. Immediately after
the meeting Bell and party left for
Tulare. -v*: '
San Andreas Greets Bell
SAN ANDREAS, Oct. 24.— Nearly the
entire population of San Andreas and
nearby towns turned out' shortly after
3 o'clock today to greet Theodore A;
Bell, Tim Spellacy and Judge Gesford,
who arrived In automobiles from the
towns of Mokelumne Hill. Jackson and
Sutter Creek, where Bell had spoken
this morning. Their, approach was the
signal for the explosion of dynamite
blasts. On nearing the town the can
didates were welcomed with bells and
a brass band. The town hall was pret
tily decorated With pictures, flags and
flowers. 'I'rfOi
"It I am elected governor," said Bell,
'I will give equal rights to all and spe
cial privileges to none. I will tell you
that if I am elected not only; William
F. Herrin must go, but his followers.
It is the system that I am after, not
Herrin, because his name Is William I£.
Herrin. That it is any corporation that
gives special privileges.
Bell's promise to take the schools
and public Institutions out of politics
and to stop the frequent and useless
changing of the state textbooks was
approved. Bell spoke for an hour to
over 450 people and held the crowd at
rapt attention. ' His speech ; was .re-"
calved with such applause that he had
to raise his hand several times for a
hearing. '^>
WESTERN UNION HEAD
LAID TO FINAL REST
NEW YORK, Oct. 24. — Impressive
funeral services were held, today at St.
Patrick's cathedral for General Thomas
T. Eckert. The edifice was crowded
with friends and business associates
of the former president of the Western
Union telegraph company. The hon
orary pallbearers were Andrew Car
negie. It M. Galloway, Thomas H. Hub
bard. Edward Murphy Jr.. Dr. John B.
McMahon, Albert B, -Chandler, James
Merrlhew, P. J. Casey. William Shaw.
REWARD WON WITH BUT
SIX DAYS TO SPARE
[Special Dhpalch to The Call}
SAN MATEO. Oct. 24.— With but six
daj-s remaining: before the ; expiration
of an offer of $200 reward for the ar
rest of "Willis Alexander, wanted" in 'St.
JJouis on a charge of grand larceny.
Under Sheriff : Frank Bartlett ; of , San
Mateo, captured that i Individual " early
this morning,' had him admit his iden
tity and now. awaits ; the ; money. v.The
reward offer will expire November 1.
HOUSE FAMOUS IN :Wmßm
. OLD DAYS IS BURNED
REDDING, Oct. 24.— Tb« residence of
J. S. P. Basson Etill water : creek,. 14
miles northeast of Redding:, •one of the
famous : stopping- places In .the , days of
the, Calif ornia-Oregron'. 6tagecoach : line;
was ..completely, destroyed" by : fire -this
inornlng. The : loss is 13,000,-; -with ? no
insurance. \u25a0 -;.:. _ '..--".'\u25a0 v. I: vt'-" \u25a0';\u25a0*": :=.*-.V'
' It doesn't take lcngT to tame * apclal
NEW MODEL AUTOS
ARRIVE IN THE CITY
The ncn». 1911 Thomas flyer touring car finished in Russian green and
primrose striping. In the car/reading from left to right; are Factoryßepre
- tentative Jenkins, Ceorgc McCrca (at the "wheel); Leslie' Hedges: of the
Thomas Flyer company and Walter B.Fatocctl. . :, ,'>'"-..;.,
191 1 Franklins Glassy
; Cars With Novel
Features
R. R. L'HOMMEDIEU
The twonew four cylinder Franklins
came in yesterday. Theseare the first
of the four: cylinder 1911 cars to* be
received by the local branch. The cars
have the new bonnet to the" engine and
are^flush sided, with" frontdoors. One
is an IS horsepower* touring car and
the other a 25 horsepower touring car.
They, are as . striking as .was the tor
pedo and are sure to.flnd favor among
the local .enthusiasts. The 25 is known
as "model .-"M";' is a distinctly new
model, with 4 by 4 inch cylinders. The
IS, which Is known as model "G," has
a longer wheel base than! the j former
cars of this class. Both contain the
new Franklin" features: of the season.
They have handsome flushed . side
bodies; beautiful new hood.Vnew. oil
ing, system, overcoming smoking; quiet
valve action;, engine air jacket ar
ranged to give complete accessibility:
more room between the dash and the
front seat and greater rake to steer
ing column.
Walter B. Fawcett and George -E;
McCrea of Oakland yesterday closed
-• - with the Thomas
Flyer company for
the Oakland terri
tory for the well
kn o w n Thomas
cars. The new agents across the bay
are well known, both having been own
ers of Thomas cars before they, took
the agency. This places them; in 'a
splendid position to handle motor cars.
as they are able to know just what the
owner needs In th« way of service. -,;v
The Thomas Fly* companyyesterday
reecived a telegram stating that James
McDonald of Denver in* a Thomas Flyer
equaled the world's track record for 10
miles on a dirt track. Time, S minutes
42 seconds. The car is 4 years old L..
Down in South Carolina "owners of,
motor cars have been having,-; a
. \u25a0 • friendly -mainte
nance contest. Va
rious .motorists
. have kept:Vaccu-.
rate accounts' ;of
the cost of upkeep and the results have
been published in local papers.
Thomas WV Ruff of RoekUn. S. C,
recently sent" in the following com
munication: " -•\u25a0.'.
"Fourteen months ago I bought a
Chalmers-Detroit • '30* touring car. : , It
has run -4,340 miles,- and. fully half 'of
the above mllea.ge was run by my son,
who was just 11. years old when he
began to operate. Here is" my expense
account at the end of 14 months* work
for my car. < For repairs. $30.45: sup
plies, $97: making a 'total '-of $127.45.
This car was run at 3 cents a mile; or
a little more than $9 per month."
| Oakland Acrnt a j
I For Thomas Car |
\u2666 . , -•
lAVbat It Owt*
I to Run Chn lnter*
TAVERNS USED TO
LURE SOLDIERY
Spain Finds Deep Laid Plot
. to Prompt Army, to
Desertion .
\: \ . \u25a0 : : V \u25a0\u25a0:'•..
Contlnued'from Page 1
of the. soldiers in taverns and' more im
moral places, where their expenses are
all prepaid in order, to lure them into
treason. -
The war minister, , General Aznar,
corroborated* the" premier's^ statements
and added "that in the* suburbs of ; the
capital republican agents are particu
larly active in that, direction, promls
ing'all sorts of advantages to the sol
diers to join; the revolution."
The Call's correspondent learns that
symptoms of revolutionary work have
been detected In' cafes 'and saloons f re
o,uented by;officers. : ,
\u25a0 'Sergeants; of ;a*crack artillery: regi
ment ' have repeatedly " attended meet-
Ings In - the Caso del ' Pueblo, a;sociallst
working class ciub, ? ; where treason was
openly preached. • : '[\u25a0';.[ \ 4 >l.
Dissatisfaction . has also \ been noticed
in the ; Cazoadore-^harpshooter—bat
talions* of Ught infantry, while ; sedi
tious inscriptions 'have' been :\found
posted on the walls of ftwo Madrid
Cazoadore barracks.
. ,» ,- t • \u25a0
PRODUCTS OF NORTH BAY
COUNTI ES ; FOR EXHIBIT
[Special- Dispatch to The .Call]
PETAtUMA, Oct; ' 24;— The display
gathered for the exhibit cars of the
North county bay association, which are
on .a tour of the large 'eastern 'cities,
under the directioniof Robert N. \u25a0 Lynch;
is almost completed and ready, forship
ment. The ; exhibit " consists of ; 85 : Jars
of .' high , class^ staple \u25a0 fruits jwhich . have^
been processed! and" nuts and? grains,
silkworms, % minerals;- etc^ . White < r Lee
horn poultry;from'local'farms also will
figure in sthe5 the! exhibit.. '. -V -.'-. i.-;\u25a0' ;.';'•:
Mexico and Return $80
, On- the SChHstmasi holiday i' excursion
leaving? San Francisco December 14 and
lioa Angeles December s 1 5/i™ Personally
conducted. -'Dining; parlor. and observa
tion- and Pullman', sleeping Scari.~3r.Go
via Southern Pacific and'Natlonal-Raill
. ways f- of • Mexico : l returns via 1 ;- Santa 1 PV
and-: Grand canyon-; if "^desired. *rr; side
trip- froms-Wllliams -; tot Grand i'canyon
$6.50 additional.^ For details' see agents
SouthernPaciflc. Flood' building; Palace
hotel. Market' street'ferryXdepot,, Third
and Tp\n-nsend'Streets;dep6t*and Broad
way and Thirteenth street. • Oakland:
Santa : Fe.'r 673 ' Market street ; National
Railways T o b ull -
Infc;'. : i.. t >-«:i>^v.;r'>V-l;;;*. ? ;sv--"i t-'-Jt -'-J : ; : j.< .-::•;•:-
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY; OCTOBER 25; 1910.
tittle • Oyerlanci Gars
Destined to Be *
Popular ;;
The little 20 horsepower; 1911 Dver
land /runabout' has ' reached the city,
having- just been received -by ;;J. W.
Leavitt ;& s Co.: This >is the little
fellow that has come but , this year
under \u25a0-' $1,000. The car has been
built : for.- the / man " that V. wants "f.tL
runabout to - get , around the J city at |a
fast pace and for -the , man-that wants
a good car to take; a ride ; out into the
country, and- yet at the same time does'
not want to tie up a lot of . money' in a
motor car."" 'It ; is an ; , ideal I car- for the
man of -small means, and," taking Into
consideration the past- history-; of -the
Overland cars^it 6hould be a very sat-,
isfactory automobile.! The specifica
tions. are:/ -\u0084.. :\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0.•\u25a0-\u25a0•\u25a0 :':\)' '\^.'}',.<;- r - "-\
-_ Wheel base, 86 inches: tread.': sß inches; seat
ing capacity,- two passengers; tn*tor. 3 Vi by 4V4;
horsepower. 20; transmission, planetary; clutch,
multiple dick;- Ignition. Remy; brakes, .internal
expanding, j external ; contracting ; g springs. Bemi
elliptlc; f ront. i t nil elliptic ; rear : : Bteertng^ gear,
worm and segment, adjustable: front- axle,\ drop
forged" I" #e«!tJ<m: rear axle, semi-floating;
wheels, artillery :weod; - tires... 32 by. 3 inches
(32 : by -' 3% . • inches $50 extra* ; } frame. ; pressed
steel ;, lamps, • two 'gas,- 'three oil ;- color, ". red,
black stripes. . , . . ,- _
: ' Amonj^the cars; which, have already
procured space for the Oakland automo
> . .\u25a0...-,-- J - .....-\u25a0 -«., / hilft ahow are the
Regal. 2f Interstate,
"Warren : - Detroit,
Detroit 'Electric,
..,-. ,\u25a0 • . \u0084 Rambler, Alco, Kis
sel Kar, Franklin, -Palmer-Singer,
Haynes, K-R-I-T, Premier,. Mollne
Owne, " : Hupmobile, -Oakland, Autocar,
Locomobile, Knox.- Cadillac, Cole.Ste
vens-Duryea,- Mitchell. 7 Winton, Ford,'
Buick, Oldsmobile,; Columbia. Stude
baker. E-M-F, Flanders" and: Ohio and
several other makes... All the members
of the Oakland automobile dealers', as
sociation; under whose ;. auspices the
show is being given.xare; wprkingr to
grether to make the 1 affair 'a tremendous
success.';' The exhibitors * generally are
pleased/viththe selection of Jdora^park
as the place for holding. thja. show, as
the 8 floor ; arrangement '.ils particularly,
conducive to an advantageous display,
and' -it Ms easily accessible from- all
points around the bay;- V; -• \u25a0 i
Without* ever » having had!' s to remove
the tire from ;the wheel or to aid : it
\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0"•\u25a0 with \u25a0 I even, -one
stroke \u25a0 of . the a tire
pump >\u25a0• after . the
sriginal inflation
, ,„. the -White- garage'
company . of* St. I^ouis recently; retired
fromservice a Diamond tire which had
18,000 miles* service to its credit. The
tire- was used on one-, of > the front
w^heels vof a" White , steamer , demon
strating; car.'.: Its sister Diamonds all
made records of more than 12,000 miles.
I Car* \u25a0 Entered In I
I Oakland Show I
IBl* Mlleaa-e I|:
I - on 'Diamonds |
100 MORE MOUTHS
'MUST HAVE FOOD
Children From South* WjllHave
to Be Cared For by the
: Sisters
Continued from. Pare 1
phans, the event to take place on Fri
day, evening, November A. <j "^: ' "
, Thus far the matter most concerning
the~minds ; of \u25a0_ the committeeinen :is the;
beautiful and artistic souvenir, program
which" will be gotten out. ' v v *>i.
'It is planned to make ; this something
which -will be kept : dri account 'i of tits
artistic merit; The committee, of
E] more . Leffingwell;; the , mayor's ) secre
tary, ; \kv chairman; • expects&to1 v obtain
some thousands of dollars by; the adyer
tising on\the programs.." A^number! of
the" leading mechants lof the : city have
already *' asked > for space- in its pages
and f others have ' announced * that 'they
will be ;. willing to -do - much-, to aid the
worthy cause.". _- f-;- ..;.: >--; y-:z' :t -- : - :^\i- \u25a0"-;;.• <\u25a0
'-/:: It : ; is; expected' that the isum; realized
from this ball will swell .The Call's fund
to v proportions i which - will -make I It 1 a
matter v of pridenot ony..to ; .The.Call-and
the good sisters" who (are 1 !' havlng'^their
paths , made ; easier thereby, ; but :: to 'the'
city. as, well as a token of the noble' and
generous spirit of its p'eople.tr;..-. : '"'- > 'v--' :s--:: s-- :
Notable Deaths
B. W. XoTABXJUSrD, EDUCATOB^-Hanintbn, 6. '
i Oct. \u25a0:>. 24.— Bobert,- Wbite-Mcrarland," » former
, president of > Miami \u25a0 university, t died : today •at
i.^hls country home near Oxford,' aged 85, years/- •
J. H." CALVEET.'i MEECHAST— Seattle, :, Oct;:24.
-James n. Cal vert, founder and president of the
San •- Juan ' flsb s apd s packing- i company," died at
his home In this city yesterday, aged 43 years.
J. H. READ, EEAR ADMIRAT^— Mount Holly.
*N. J.,- Oct.; 24.— Rear Admiral John J. Read, : TJ.
1 1 S. >, N .? retired,'! died , at his \u25a0 home here today of
\u25a0''': heart, disease. -He. wan .70 years old.;. 1 He saw
\ service with ; the :• gulf squadron in • the ; civil
:.' war/-- \u25a0;. J ' •' \u25a0 \u25a0- ; ' ,\u25a0 -,& -j-* \u25a0- ': ':-• . \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0: \u25a0 -:-\u25a0-',- , ; ,
| ; Marriage Licenses
''The' \ following marriage licenses i were^" issued
Monday, October. 24/ 1910: L; ;.V> ;: „< i .;.
CATJ>WEU>^rJUVIC-^jick M.'Caldwell. ; r 2&- tn d
NeUle \u25a0B. > M. ; Dutlc, . 25,^ both i of .; 1356 : Geary
street.' ' - / t .
DISFEFAXO-iCAXCILLA— AnitonIno ':<- Dlsfeftn^
H £3. 53 : Manchester I street, and Angela Cancilla,
10,i71 street.^ - ;; : - .*",';•\u25a0\u25a0--. :\u25a0:-,:-.
rLEISCHBB— .GUGGSMOS-iPaui E.JJ'' Fleischer;
.: 37,* 4036 Twenty-sixth I streets and Angelle Gog-
; gemos; 82, 888 Eleventh street; \u25a0 \- : J--7\
GARDBX-^J'OJrß&^Alexander '^ J.'# Garden^: *• 21;
s^ San 5 Lorenzo, t. and % Mande \B, * Jones, -JB, 163X
/.Thirteenth avesue. - - • , --
HADBELL-^WIIBOX--Ltither \u25a0? LTi Hadiell,v 81?
Pi 1908 Sotter : street, ; and Helen iWUson,^ W, * 2242
California street.:; ; • : ', .;••\u25a0 s.-- .;;;'\u25a0 r.;*,.:
HIXDS^-BABBOUB^ohn T.^- Hinds, 4 82.>Vi»aliar
\u25a0 and Pearls E." Barbour." 22, 2817^4 Twenty-fourth
-u atreet.:.? 7^;::. \u25a0 ;\ -;\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0_\u25a0>\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0: ;'.:;,; .\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;'.-\u25a0 \u25a0--;.;/,:;.: >j^.
JIRABESK-i«nirDE;i^-Frank :X: X Jirasek.t 23,-*- and
\u25a0 - Anna Siedel, 2S, both of 1356 Geary street.'^*
KERVIN— BbcSSELIiOT— WiiIism ,R. Kerrin,
eg 46,t 1224 • Hyde i street,] ; and j Msxtha^ Roassenot,*
.41,; Los Angeles. - . - .\u25a0 * -\u0084 i
1 BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
'^.verville,":" and f Mary*; E. ; Nnll," C4,* 1732 Sutter.
; ;J street. / ' ,-••_ - -.• . • - . -'\u25a0
MAGEB— WERLE^-Oerman Mager.' 27. ; 3W2
t ' Twenty-sixth street, and , Vlctorlnc; Werler: 24,
>;«40 : Prccltaaveuuc. :."•-'\u25a0". ';•;-, ;-,'\u25a0" -V ' .
MAGOI-^CALDERO-^Panl ; U. Maggi; 22, ' ?"R
x'E'My .« street," and '\u25a0 Hazel'M. ; Caldero, 19, . Hotel
II 1 .'; Manx. , . ; _ . .. <: " -..';-"
I MeCUTCHEX— TODHUXTER— Tred i^ 6h McCnt-
?.£ chen.: 28,' 3178 Twenty-first'street. and Blanche
;j«E.TcHlhunter,2U,3l77/Twenty.-flrst street. ;!-¥;;
i SCOTT-i-TURNER^-willlam ! H." Scott, 7 ! 23/ Court-.
\u25a0I :a land.Y and ' Mildred ,; F: \u25a0; Turner, ;\u25a0 18, * 189 Fulton
:^'j avenue.^-.;" v ':v;v.-; :- \u25a0•\u25a0..\u25a0*.\u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0-.-.\u25a0: v.;; :: :- ~:- : :: '\u25a0 ' *i'J';i'~l
s SMITH— BALTZER— Manning V. Smith. 23. IM4
t y Pol k » street, -, and •* Frieda < K J' > Baltzer,-' 20, v 325
l^iiTwenty.«eventl»istree_t.- J \u25a0-' ": .... "-: '\u25a0,-, \u25a0. '; ,'W'?^ .- ! \u25a0':
sTALBOT—MABTIN— WaIter -J. Talbot/= 23. v i Saa
\u2666 v'i Francisco;? and, Mary Martin, 23,"' 2934 ;Satter
jl'i. 6treet.;; : .. /;•:;\u25a0'.-•'.\u25a0 :\u25a0 •;- ':\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 ' -.. : - '" \u25a0-•'.- \u25a0-" .'' .. j
f VAXNUCCI*-RAETA— Pietro Vannucei. - 29, /• 8
i" I ; Taylor terrace, and Gullia Raeta, 22, C Taylor;
Anvv- terrace. 'i« \u25a0 ]'\u25a0\u25a0> ;-,'-,. \u25a0•.-•'..-• ' ,- '\u25a0\u25a0'.'\u25a0:..\u25a0'\u25a0-- \u25a0•">•', \u25a0..-;\u25a0\u25a0- '.- ;'\u25a0
? VISSER— JEXSEX— Albert Vlsser. 36.' 237 Third"
..*' street, 'and f Anna Jensen,", 24,' 1700;. Fell street.'
j : WHITE— ECTON-iJohn. M.' "WfclteV 24. San Fran-;
! H Cisco. . and Nellie Ecton; 23, « 5177 s Twenty-first,
(V'-. street. v,;i- z: \u25a0\u25a0.;• '^ .. \u25a0 ••;\u25a0-',.• J \* :^ r .y:^.. v : '' ; ;
| WILEY--QUIGLET— Charles R. Wiley. \ 22. and'
\u25a0 May;; F. Qnigley," 20, both of 512 .Frederick
s\u25a0;;street.;;5 \u25a0;; street.;; ;; ...,;, \u25a0\ : '-><-' \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 '-^i-\-:.. -.-"-;.'.,• \u25a0i', i -|
-I BIRTHS, WARRIftGES AKD DEATHS
'Birth, marriage and death. notices srnt by mall;
will not be Inserted. «They mutt "be banded In at
either of the publication offices and be indorsed
. with, the name and residence of persons t snthor-
teed ito have . tho - stae published. .'. Notices I re-
stricted simply to the announcement ot the event
are . pnbllshed once la this column free of ' charge.
\u25a0:\u25a0 \u25a0&: \u25a0 : : X \u25a0 BIRTHS :, : i, \u25a0\u25a0;;; \u25a0 :-\u25a0 ', : ; \u25a0
ARXSTEIX— Ia this-dty,- October. 23.. '1810. to
| the wife of B. Arnsteln (nee Alice Bosenbaum),
-', a -son. "\u25a0>_'.-,-,' '\u25a0 '.. -'\u25a0;\u25a0, •'«.'\u25a0'- •\u25a0'\u25a0..- /'•;\u25a0.-\u25a0;.---" :
rBEMIBR— In th.s city," October 33. IWO, v to the
i wife *of • Waltw J. r Fremier • (nee , Heneritta
.;;Belrne), a daughter." r ; -V -^t. \u25a0•' -""V: r-'i; ;; \u25a0:.;• ',
JTATS—In Saustllto.- October \u25a0 24,'* 1910. * to th«
. ; wlfe of Dr.; Arthur H. Mays,-* daughter. \u25a0 .
BINDER— In Berkeley. October ; 15, 1910. to the
~x wlfe ; of -J.i H;jßinder,; a; daughter.- ..\u25a0".\u25a0\u25a0..-:\u25a0 :\u25a0.-\u25a0'-. !
MARRIAGES v :
BELI^-TJLLIANS^-In this city. October 22, 1910,'
at 1755 Bush street, by Rev. J. E.'. Squires.
Ralph Lionel Bell. and IsabeUe Mary Ullians,
both of San Francisco. . : ';* .":> . * '
KAPRIAUAN— GAGECHIAN-^-In? this - city, oc-
. tober T, 1910. by Rev. Samuel Quickmire. pas-
m tor" of . the .First I Methodist | Episcopal ; church.
; Samson Kapriaiian anef Mary Gagechlan, both
';f.of San Francisco. * ~ , . ..\u25a0 -- _ '„.: " ; :
SAMMIE— HANSEX— In this city, *; October 22,'
1910. -at - 1755 Bash street."- by -Rev. : s ;J.-^E.
' Squires,- Henry Sammie and Otie Hansen, both
.-of San Francisco. ' - .•\u25a0•\u25a0•;-•,.-•\u25a0"".. -."
SIEMOX— LEXER— In this «ity. October 22. 1010.
; by Rev. \u25a0 Samuel Qaickmire, pastor of.the First
Methodist Episcopal, church. Wilson Henry Bie-
i mon and'. Emma Gertrude Lener.botb'of. Bay
Point, Cal; ' - . :\u25a0 •' .^: '[_ ! -\u25a0-'_.\u25a0' :'\ \u25a0»-••.;
VREELAND-^REESE— In this city, October '23,
1910. at the Central M. B. church, by the Bev.
'E. * R. \u25a0.\u25a0 Dille; Herbert • Monroe .* Vreeland - and
\u25a0,l Metha Olg* Beese, both- ot San .Francisco. ;
. \u25a0\u25a0 ; .\u25a0\u25a0_;" deaths .•/;::;•\u25a0 ~i
Arms," Mrs. S. Frances so James.< Lillian ...... 42
Ball, Margaret 1 : . ; . ; 91 Johnson, Angnst . .-. 44
Blomquist, I Mary M. . 87 Kelllnf , John- T. ". . . %44
Briggs.r Arthur. R.... 7l Lavery,, Rachel ..... —
Carran, \u25a0 Laurence . . ; . 81 Lawlor, Daisy ; H . . . ." 25
Carroll,' John ..;...". 82 Lefor,* Gusta.ve T. ... 21
Cashel. Frank v.:v.. 80 Luckenblll.* Christina 51
Chandler. Frederick C44 Mayfield. Fanny . ; :: . —
Comers. William, •B..". 53 -McSwiney. \u25a0• Mary A. —
Corr, Elizabeth ."..'."— Xoonan,; Catherine... .80
Counselman, J^nsie D. — Nugent /. .*. ': ;". . - Olas*>
\u25a0Crowe; ? William ' H. . 37 Owens.-t Thomas "J. .*'.' T5
Desmond,">Thomas ... 72 Pedersen. Ma11 ....... 85
.Dobley., Mary- ...... 75 Porterfleld/ James C.'SS
Downing. Martha ..." 41 Redmond, Mary ..".".'— '\u25a0
Duran, Elleri '-..'.:... — Schmidt, "George A.. 13
Fttigerald. WiHlam. ;"— Schmidt; Marie ... .: —
FitzpatricbirEdwerd. 82 Schmidt.- Victoria Al- '-\u25a0 \
Foley, i Elisabeth 'M.r 35 "caya«a Ruiz . . ..^: 43
Frederick, Job. S.'(Mass) Silra. Maria H.". '.'. . . 41
Frick. Geo.: Wm. . V. .48 Singer, Dorothea -'.". rT -74
Fuller. J.' M.VV.";..'. 44 Storck. Jacobs ."..'..'. 58
Greene,- Jessica -B.;. 41 Strobea •.....:. (Infant)-
Hall \ (nee Wren); ;. Taylor. Pauline.;... —
- .Virginia. M.. ...'..; — Thompson; Mary Ann —
Hammond,' Geo. 'P.*.-. 85 Wald, ' Philliplna. . : £ . 57
Heineman. Edward B 37 Wilhelm, Walter A;. 18
Herman. .Baby «;;-.;.- — Wright, ; Alexander.. 43
topey, ':> Charles '": P.. . — Dopdero-.^ '."..'."•'. (Card)
ARMS— In . this '-fclty, October '-. 21. l»l0. r - Mr?. S.
< Frances- Arms. c * native ; of Illinois, aged 50
.•-years.. ;'. s ;. -,^": ',-.. ?>."•', ''.V--.;"..."^-.' '•\u25a0';''/\u25a0 t '.-'\u25a0'\u25a0}
BAIX— In October- 23, " 1910.^ Margaret
i Ball, beloved wife of the late Captain 'Francis
• Ball, loving inother ; of Thomas M.;- Frank -J.,
Nicholas A., Jennie ajnd -Tere»a Ball, a native
;>of Ireland, .aged 91 {years ,7 months -and 13
;- -aayi. :-'..; ; .;. r ---.,-/:-.-.- • -r^.'.- \u25a0\u25a0 --'..S'\ •'\u25a0 ' -r':
;s " Funeral will take place I tomorrow (Wednes-
•'' day), "October 28; 1910, at 9:80 o'clock a. ni..-
from her late residence," 1261 Clay.' street, Oak-
\u25a0 * land, thence kto \u0084Sr, g Mary's | church; . corner
Eighth and, Jefferson streets, where a requiem
'high mass .will be celebrated for the repose of
.her soul, commencing -at 10 o'clock" a. m. In-
terment St.'-Mary's cemetery.: \u25a0.*;"-..* c ; .-\u25a0
BLOMftXaST-^-In sfhis city, October ? 2*. \u25a0 1910.
Mary M. Blomquist: beloved of : Oscar
,- Carlson, a native of Sweden,, aged 37 years. ;
BEIGGS— In this; city, October 24. -1910, Arthur
: . R.i Brlggs, \brother of Albert W. and; Carl B.
' Brlggs, a native of Ohio, aged 71 years 7
months" and'l' day.' •-';•-."- ... ;. -
\u25a0 ; Friends are respectfully invited to attend the.
funeral .tomorrow (Wednesday) ; j-i October < 26,
- at 2p.".m.',; at the chapel of. N. 'Gray &-Co.,
a j 2186 Geary street I corner. Devlsadero. . Inter-
;':; ': ment .Cypress j l^awn cemetery. 7 " - : • -' . . ;
CABSAir— In thlsTcitr^ October "23?- 1910,' Sra3
- \u25a0 rence Carrau. beloved mother of • Mme. C. 1 8.
- Peehln and' Leon Carrau,- a natite of France,
...aged 81-years. : -.:•\u25a0\u25a0.-.\u25a0\u25a0• .-< '\u25a0\u25a0''\u25a0:"\u25a0 i^;--::,-.^- ''.-v'i--
.. . Friends . and acquaintances are - respectfully
to attend the .funeral today , (Tuesday) .
\u25a0\u25a0"October 25.^ at, l'p.- m.V'at the French' church
j of Notre Dame des-Victolres, Bush street near
Stockton, for services, thence, to Thirteenth *ind
j 'West-- Mission streets for. electric ' funeral car.
''\u25a0 Interment. Holy Cross cemetery.; .-.' \u25a0 : ,•\u25a0;..
CABJtOLIr^-In th Is ; city. October 24; 1910. John
Carroll, a native of San Francisco, aged 32
'.-years.- \u25a0;. f :;--':^v;-v :\u25a0:•\u25a0< .-^.•\u25a0-^ \u25a0-\u0084,,;: •.;--.;-\u25a0
• Remains at the parlors of Carew & English,
1018. Geary street. Notice of funeral hereafter.
CASHEl^iln ithisi city; 'October 28.T, IWO.VFranK
Cashel, beloved •\u25a0. husband :of 3 the 1 late Ann
Cashel, and father of George.> Catherine^and
-i, Mary" Cashel and , Mrs. - Charles ; Stan ton , of
;*\u25a0 ; Seattle.-; a native of County Kerry, Ireland;
•imaged BO'years.>.-;.'A^"--;"*--'. -\u25a0-/.,,-.>'.-; • :-;•;.
KllK 11 \u25a0'\u25a0 Friends i and 4 acquaintancen 1 ; are \u25a0 respectfully
\u25a0.- 1 ' invited to attend * the -funeral , today (Tu'es-'
' ; day), October 25, » 1910, at ; 8 :30 o'clock a., m.,
\u25a0 from -'\u25a0 his ; late -residence, -i'v 1637 -, Washington
1 street; • thence to St.. Brlgid's church; 1 where * a
reqniem: mass will > be celebrated >f or the reposa
'.:of . his '.soul, - commencing -at '9 o'clock.' ' later-
: ;.: :, tnent: Holy Cross cemetery;- by electric funeral
is.i $. car . from-: Mission \u25a0 and ; Thirteenth .streets. : "i~^ :\u25a0;
CH AKDLER— In "s this i? city.';' October 23. : 1910/
9 Frederick 0.,*- dearly beloved husband of Emily
Chandler, a native of Australia, aged,, 44 years
' and 6 months.; A member of .Plasterers". Union;
"'Mx>eal-;Xo.-!66."''O.JP;vI.' r A.- s:V/;vr.-'s :V/;vr.-'" W^v -' ;s -'-:
V- Friends i and acquaintances are reipectf ully
' •"\u25a0 invited to attend- the ! funeral "tomorrow; ( Wed-
:. nesday), *at 10 ; *.- m.°,~ from • th« : parlors of H.
F.Suhr & C0... 2919 Mission street between
I iTwenty-flfth. iand«";Twenty-sixth.i,slntermenti and «";Twenty-sixth.i,s Interment
:CMount - Olivets cemeter/,"*byi carriage.:: .:>;; :. r •
COJCEB,S^-In] Chualar* Canyon. , October" 23, 1910.
t.. wmiam : B. r Comersr. a' native : of ( France, aged
a.- ivi';..-:^;^:'. \u25a0:_-\u25a0 ,yi - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0_ \u25a0 .;\u25a0
COKB^rn F this:clty. ; October 23, IftlO. Elizabeth.;
-• dearly, beloved .wife of < Peter i H.' Corr,.' loving 1
g mother of i Cerllia I May and I the 1 Infant i d»ugh-
;. ter. sister of Ellen, Sadie. Kerwin und Mrs. P;
4>4 > Doyle, ; Mrs. ? M." Bradley, Mrs. ! J.I H." Sklllicorn,
sister la * law , of 4 Mrs. >- G. ?, Old.l and . niece .: of
v Mrs. M.' White, Jai native: of Ireland.:
'j, s; Friends .and ; acquaintances s are u respectfully
. - . Invited to attend ' the funeral today t (Tuesday) ,
from the residence *of iher ' sister r- ifni.~ J. H.
, Sklllicorn, 533 Eareka street,*;* at , 5:45 ?a. 9 m\ ,
I 1 thence Ito 1 St.- Paul's j church;- where la . requiem
* high . m ass will ; be I celebrated { for I the repese
f ' ; . of ; her ;? soul, 1 * commencing i at; 9:30 r " a." ta. *. In-
terment Holy 6 Gross ; cemetery; *|, . . .*> *\u25a0; '->>; ~>j ; ,
COITNSZLMAX-iln this/city'; \u25a0? October ' 23. . 1910.
'Jessie D. Counselman; beloved mother of .Theo-
S dore B. : Counoelman of New > York and' sister, of
-j Mrs. A. M. .Flournoy of Pasadena.
i.:-': -v- 1 Friends are. respectfully. lnvited to attend 1 the
; I funeral cervices I tomorrows ( Wednesday ) .vQeto-
\u25a0 ber 26. 3 »io.i at 11 o'clock a.*, m.; at the fnneral
;,- chapel of Charles \u25a0.H.sJ.iTrnman> 1919. Mission
street 1 between » Fifteenth i aod k Sixteenth.!* In-
iterrnent Cypress Lawn cemetery Tia 11:30 a,lm.
; train from Twenty-flf th and ; Valencia street».l|y -,
CEOWB-i.ln 1 Redwood : City; San : Mateo- county,
Bj Cal. , 1 October 24;* 191O.t Willian) i Henry j Crowe.
beloved son of James and Lacy Crowe and hos-
. band of . Ida ' M. Crowe : and : father ; of - James
a Alfred Crowe, ?a i nstivs \u25a0of \ Redwood City, . San
Mateo county. Cal... aged- 37 years. ; •-- ; ;
\u0084i J-;; Notice', of s funeral ; hereafter. ; • - \u25a0;\u25a0. \u25a0'.-;\u25a0' 'vi-'ii r :
J>EB>lO»l>^-to^thls Tt city. ? October A23.A 23. ; * 1910,'
Thomas Desmond, a native of the Cove of Cork;
County. Cork^lrtlind,- aged : 72 years. •'Kzgsism*.
HW Friends I and s acquaintances 1 are I respectfully
W invited "i* to m attend *? the - funeral :- tomorrow
- (Wednesday) ;> at 8:80 o'clock a. m., fromth*
S Knights of i the Red' Branch < hall. 113* Mission
\u25a0 street," thence ;to ; St.! Joseph's ehurcn,-i where *
;, requiem high mass will be celebrated 'for tfcs
repose of hl» soul, commencing at » o'clock a.
B a. . thence line of march " out Market street |to
: :- electric .; car fa t K Twenty-eif htb s and
\u25a0k streets.* Internient Holy, Cross cemrtety.^n^S
kilS KSIGHTB OF iTARA-r-Offleers and I members
S-wlll s assemble s at ?US3i Mission &strs*t » at r. —^
I '. o'clock ( a.? m.re tomorrowi (Wednesday) 3 to 3 pay*
\u25a0th A j last I tribute ;-Of I respect Ito {the 1 memory* 1 - of
B our.: departed j comrade,'* Thomas | DeSmond.s'i By
*, order : of ; the " '--' • -* r* ••\u2666 \u25a0 v **-*** * e 3sa»s«&s
\.y< r-w- PRESIDEXT^iKD SECRETARY^
f -I i UNITY f ALLIANCE t OIV tT.^PATRICK fAL-
K LIAXCB 4 OP i AMBEICU^-Funeral j deUU,'? yoa
H are •\u25a0 notified Ita | attend the , funeral of I our I late
v brother, - Thomas Desmond," tomorrow ( Wednes-
M **y) £it? 8:80 o'clock a. 8 ? m-Tsfrom | Knights lof
*jh*;fl^Br«cb*ft«^iU«KWblop:*reet.-|rr|A
">\u25a0; teniatly yours. ' JOSEPH MrD OX X ELL,' Pres."
i;VJOHK;GILJ3RIDE, Secretary. . -
DooLEY—ln?tnVi city.'": October i22, 1010. -Mary
.. •: Dooley , \u25a0 a,na t i ve ; of : Ireland. ' a jred 75 . vears. , c
; .; t Tlic \u25a0§ funeral ; will 1 take g place . today. tTues-
:^ day ) ; iat 8:30 '\u25a0 a.', m;; ; from , tbe parlors •of • Mc-
;Breartv,& McCormick.-OlSiValencla street near
; ; Twentteth^thpnce f to/ St."f Dominie's , chnroh,-
r ;.where : a-i aolenm ? requjem ". high * mass will 5 be.
0 celebrated : for the ', repose " of i her K soul.' * com-
J ; menclng : at ' 9 :30 a. fm. » Interment Holy Cross
.-..\u25a0\u25a0; cemetery.^ ";\u25a0•;-;: y-r\ ' ' : \u25a0•: :* -;^ -,;--' _-. \u25a0 ,^ . : - : •
D0WNI»O-ii D--thisD --this : city. October : , 23, :1910,': 1910,'
.-^Martha*: Dotming, ? dearly \ beloved ; wife of : the
\u0084 ; la ter George- Downing. -•. a native at. New .York j
and 2 months. -,-/,-• <
j\J "s Fnneral v wlll,^ take " plfte tomorrow '-. ( Wednes-
; ; day ) ; « October • 26, j 1910, . at 10 :3<r o'clock ' a. - m.t
Ea&ootf the -parlors of Valente," Marini.sMarais &
m PJPitl W9 S Green 5 street/ In ter men t i Mount ,011-
? cemetery: -^ "•; - \ : . ? ; ..;.... .. \u25a0\u25a0 '..'' \u25a0\u25a0.>'>\u25a0
DTTRAN— iir'itnls*' cityj : October 23, 1910. Ellei;
-c:dearly| beloved fwife of th«»aate David Duran
vand;lovln«!mother of, Charles J.; David H. and
Kdward J. ' Duran. Mrs.' Charlea WUUams, I Mrs."
Jowph ) McDermott ' and j Mrs." James I Morris, a
;. native of County.' Sl I jo,'^ lreland. -•.(Sacramento
. -pa pers? please 'copy.) -'W -...•:--. • ... * \u0084.= <-
J ;» \u25a0 The ;' funeral '? >: will :;^ take > place .: tomorrow
X .(Wednesday)- at- 8:15 o'clock a. 'm.. from the
\u25a0j parlon i>: of tfJJzCi.' O'Connor &> Co.. : 770 - Turk
>t street, \ thence \to SKlTeresa's • church, where a
,; requiem htgh ' .'mass s will b* celebrated for the
•;.'\u25a0 repose- ofjLer'so'il.icommencinsratrO o'clock -a;
..Tjw.; Interment i Holy; Cross cemetery.; . ;
STT2GEBAL»-^lnUbis ; city.^ October i 22. ~ tt>lo.
'.- ; Fitzgerald;' uncle of .Thomas J. Cronln
i%-et 1 219 ; Sixth : avenue. .•;: .- v * ,?: ... -^'-V- :\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0-. - * - \u25a0 -
\u25a0.'-' ? r.FrlendS';and.'.acquaintance« ;aro respectfully
;.{ lnvtted ' A to% attend the i funeral - today J (Tues-
. ffay),>October-2.V at 8:15 a; m.. from the par-
lors sof D. v 1. 1 Kenny * Co., 1719 , Eddy " street
- near. ; Scott: '.thence, to Star of.the Sea church,
ft where ia i high j mass will ' be ' celebrated • for the
•:~ -repoaeiof -hti' sonl.v commencing at 9 o'clock/
;^r Interment 'Holy^Cross cemetery. -,/" \u25a0 ..-;;. . i. *
ntzPATBICK— In OsEland. r October 24. 1910.'
. Edward P.: Fitspatrick; dearly Deloved hu*bsnd
of Wilhimena Iris Fitspatrick. \u25a0 father; of Kd-
ward .J. and ;\u25a0 Birch \u25a0 riUpatrlck. and= brother
ot >r.r AS •B.* J. .-* U \ s./ Mary and Julia ! Plt»-
. \u25a0 Patrick.: a; native of > Oakland; Cal.,- aged 32
years 9 moaths and . 19 days. • - \u25a0
'\u25a0•; -Notice^ of funeral; hereafter. v ' V
rOLEY— In this city, October 24/ 1910, Elisabeth
1 31. . dearly beloved s wife : of 'Joseph j Foley," de-
voted daughter Sof Anna and | the late Charles
8a u ter and loving sister of Mrs.- K.; Staples and
- : John ? Jf. a Sauter.i a i native *of San Francisco,
Cal.; aged 35 years and lr days, i ;*v: ; >
FHEDEUICK— Fr tends • are* refpectfully " invited to
\u0084 attend -a ; solemn requiem '• high ;ma us at St.
I Joseph's ..church..- corner 'Tenth .and Howard'
. streets, tomorrow .: ("Wednesday) . B October : 28. :
. -1910/; at > 10; o'clock; a.-- m./ for j the, r«pose of
the s soul tof the late ' Josepb* S. \u25a0 rrederick. ; S -\u25a0,-;
FEICK— In Sonoma/% Cal./ » October 23/ 1910.
'; George , William, dearly beloved husband of
Anna Frick. beloved father of Mrs. A. Koch and
; ..' the ? late Herman ; Frick > and grandfather \u25a0> of
= Alma rand .-'Andrew -Koch.' a .native- of Berlin/
I Germany, aged 4S years 1 3 months and 8 days.
;A member of Court Hobertus No/ 15, F.'O. A..
and Pacific lodge No. 20, Od. -H. S. and Court
'/.'\u25a0 San .-. Francisco. : I.'- o. '\u25a0 F. >•', \u25a0- \u25a0 ' :-.
Friends f and ':. acquaintances " are ;' renpectfully
Invited to 'attend: the; funeral Thursday at 2
\u25a0; o'clock p. ra.; from the residence of his daugh-
ter. ; Mra. A.; Koch. 4269' Twenty -second street
between Douglass and Hoffman avenue. I where
v services , will \u25a0 be • held" under the • auspices of
.Court Hubertus N0;V15,-F. O: A. Cremation
-Odd'; Fellows' cemetery.. :.' -. \u25a0
nTLLEH— In' this T city. October IS, 1910." J. M.
% Fuller. ? beloved brother of B.' H." Fuller, aged
:*\u25a0 44 year.i. :.;\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;. •\u25a0-...-;.- . .' ; -\u25a0•-. \u25a0 ; '. ... ; ; ;. , ;\u25a0 \u0084"' .;
'; Friends "and , acquaintance* are requested to
>;attend-the funeral today {Tuesday),- -.at 2:30
- : p."v m. .- from *\u25a0 the - parlors of ; Monahan & Co. .
\u25a0 2539 , Mission street. < Members iof the * Loco-
' motive Engineers and Masons are Invited to be
.present.'' ..\u25a0-.: j ;..-.-; r--v. \u25a0.'"•' •\u25a0'.>-\u25a0 ---/..v
- SAX FRANCISCO LODGE No. ' 3/ B. P.^O.
| Elk?— Members of j San 1 Francisco lodge No.' 3.
B.N p. tO.. Elks..; are » notified to. attend the
funeral of our late brother. J.M.: Fuller, .today
(Tuesday); from ; the .parlors of Monahan &
-Co.; 2339 Mission street.' at 2:36 o'clock sharp.
1 By order.,', O; J.-.-McGREGOB; Exalted Buler. \u25a0
:*; '•\u25a0•: Attest: HERMAN KOHN.- Secretary. y
GREENE— In this city. October 23. 1910. Jessica
;- Booth. Greene/ beloved- wif* of Captain jW."<W.
'" .Greene, a native of Australia, aged 41 years.
,v- Remains at the: chapel • 0f ... N. Gray | & Ca;
. 2196 Geary ; street! corner Devlsadero* • : .
KALL ' (nee * WREN)— ln*> this city. October 22,
•1910. ..Virginia? M./ dearly z beloved wife of
':: V. -. H. Hall, , loving- mother -of Edward W.
Hall.-, lovinp daughter, of i Catharine and the
" : late Edward Wren; \u25a0 and > loving " sister of I Ed-
I ward and | Marcella xWren and Jlrs. J. ' ; Eckler,
>' a native of San' Francisco. ; ; .: ' -'..,: ' .
.... The- funeral-;: will take .-place v tomorrow,
' (Wednesday); :". October- 26,'. at .8:30 a. m., -from
the residence 'of her mother, 3905 Twenty-fourth
' street \u25a0\u25a0corner Sanchez, j thence to St. James
. church/ where a requiem high mass will becele-'
; . brstedfor the repoge^of her. soul.- commencing
|g at 0 ».': m.' . Interment Holy Cross cemetery.^ \u25a0
HAMifOND-^-Inr.Corte - Madera.'/^al.;- October.
11910, ' George v Phillip Hammond/beloved
\u0084 r . husband •of Isabel Hammond, and father of
Isabel 'M.* Hammond and son of Mary.H. and the
-\u25a0" late- Samuel J. Hammond,' and brotherof Mrs.
> CharTesTX.-, Rude : and Anna I Ei» and Samuel J.
':- Hammond. .t a : native -of r :xew» York, aired 33
'years. » ; month» and?l4-days. ii < A member of
I Abraham Lincoln .council ' Xo. 2, Junior Order
I United American Mechanic*, and j Corte Ma-
dera camp No.-665Y_W. .0. *W. . : .
*:. ' Friends ;'and .-acquaintances ' are ." respectfully
\u25a0\u25a0 invited to attend.. the; funeral services ; today
. .(Tuesday),. October; 25.-1910.. at. 11 o'clock
','•«.• m.V.at his .late 'residence in Corte Madera.
Interment Moont cemetery. ; by electric
'_. funeral car. leaving the ferry/ at 12:30 p. m. ..
KEHrEKAK—in^ Reno/: Nev.. October 23.* 1910.
. Edward B.V beloved, husband .of Rose Heine-
man, a* native of .San" Francisco,- aged -37
years.", ' \u25a0'.'\u25a0-.\u25a0/.;\u25a0\u25a0--"\u25a0\u25a0.;"".\u25a0-, :'.-:: '.-: ;,;-:..-\u25a0;, '- T
; if Notice of funeral .In Wednesday.papers.;,
HEEJCAIf---In : this' city. .October 24, 1910. Baby
Herman/ dearly beloved son; of Victor and
Elisabeth Herman. - and beloved brother of
. Wilmar, Willie, Eddie, Rudie, Henry • and
• Caroline 'Herman. ;a '.native ' of San Francisco.
IMPEY— In this : ei ty. October ; 24; . 1910. Charles
i, Park Impey. . beloved ; infant son : of Charles F.
'-'"'' and Grace E. M. Imp«y. a native of San Fraa-
:; cUeo, ;Cai;,;aged = *' days.; •-%\u25a0•.-•\u25a0 \u25a0-; - : ;;' ; v \u25a0. '\u25a0 :
JAMES— In tWs;city, E October 24, 1910. Lillian,
- beloved wife |Of -Henry T. James, a, -native of
: San Francisco, aged 42 years and 8 months.
Friends ) are respectfully Invited to attend"
t '\u25a0\u25a0 the - funeral ; services ' toniorrow (Wednesdßy) ,
" ; at- 2 o'clock p. in.' * at the chapel* of Odd Xel-
t • lows' i cemetery •\u25a0 * < Incineration - Odd .-- Fellows'
cemetery.- r, Remains at ; the chapel \u25a0of Craig,
'Cochran * \u25a0 Co./."1189 'Valencia <\u25a0. street . . near
Twenty- third.' . " * -' . ' -'V *.- f '*; ' * . \u25a0 • . '
JOHNSON— In this city, ' October : 24. 1910,
--\u25a0August Johnson; Ia | native -of Russia, aged 44
** years. ,:\u25a0'-"-; r/ : ., -. . -, 1 ; '-,'\u25a0\u25a0 ./-:-.V' .v^. •':':\u25a0--\u25a0•\u25a0-,\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.*\u25a0'.'\u25a0'
WIB " holsum "
Tte Best Bread
; -'-,; \u25a0 IoaVCS are ttoice as large "as "ordinary five-cent "bread and are ; - 11
|r of more" than doiible the qaality. The shape of theloaf is. as superior as the Quality < 11 ;
ftKh!; of the bread. You can see from thejjlustration the handy size of jthe .slices— just, 11
right to serve daintiiyV * * il
IS tile perfect working man's bread as weUaFthatot, II
the man who is well-to-do; While as -clean and dainty, as pread can be made,/ \u25a0
\u25a0 . fHoUum'Vis close-grained, substantial and Vatisfying.^No other bread has the rich, f 9
delicate butter-flavor that js : so much enjoyed in "Holsiun** nor the soft, tender-crusty il
I - :^HOLl^^ century ; progress^ r ?- r - fl
I v Are you using tliis labor-saving bread? il
I You no longer walk miles to perforc^an errand can'JHSt^sjwell 'pho.ne! 11
| ; your message. :Why.don^tyou ; H
Cut loose from the heat, labor and wony of bake-day andbuy II
| "HOLSUM" Bread |
:\u25a0;-. : f. that is j not only better quality "but more 'economical i-and 1 : more .wholesome than tixii : 11
:.•-:;;, bread you make. , . ,-,. . . \u25a0; .. . \u25a0 \u25a0. \u25a0"; " -./ _ \u25a0.. "*...', _~vl« -
. , ~ Large loaves of "Hblsum" for ten cents. : 11
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. V^SafefeaiN l^ Youm &^swam Baking .Cpmpany
KELLING— In this city. October 22. 1910, John
\ -:F:. '"^ilesrly.'bPloved busband of Kate-KeUlng.
i : beloved father, of Ethel Air Ne"ie 8.. Wa ter,
- W.7 John F.. iFlort- nee. v>; Viola and J;""* 1 "
I Kelltng. arid «lovln«r brother of Mrs. G.< Hllder-
' ; '.' bra.nd. - Anflrew.v TrJnnie/ Richard ? and - Lot 1 »
' : Kelllng; a native I ot- San Frand«c<>. ared *\u25a0*
S years. A : member of , GoJdea - Gate aerie No.
V .CI.-F."O. K. :\u25a0>-- ;; , : .
,V = Friends " an.l acquaintances are r re«pectrnny
"- invited;- to > attend the -funeral .today . ( Tues-
"dav».^t S:l5 «. m.".^from his -late residence.
.V4l '•= Eighteenth street - between t Church ana
''<. Sanchez. --. under s the :- auspices !of I Goiuen , t»«te
: -aerie No.'Ct. F.0.E.. thence to: Mission _l>o-
- lores - church.-' where / a solemn . reqniem -Ura
; mawi Trill : be celebrated for tbe repr«e or nis
r pool.; commencing at ,0:50 o'clock. Interment
\u25a0' = Holy : Cross cemetery. : ;. , '\u25a0:'-.
LAVESY— In this oity. October 24. 1910.- Rachel
,-;Lavery. beloved slater of Mrs. J. J. Gonzales
. and : the late -Ellen :Lavery, a native of New
pTork' city .?--;: '. • '\u25a0...>'. \u25a0- - \u25a0 • % "v'A-
>.*i Friends are respectfully invited to atjend the
C c funeral tomorrow (Wednesday* at 8:1j : b. m..
>~;from ' the funeral * parlora of Samuel McFanaen
\u25a0\u25a0:&• Co., -\u25a0 1070 . Ha! zh t street > near Baker, thence
«\u25a0-": to, St. Ignatius church, where a reoulem ma»
'jWlUtbe celebratwl for tl'e repose. of her: eoul
: at 8:43 a. m. interment :s»apta Clara by the
'^-10:40:a;;. m.> train from Third s and ToWnsend
'.streets. ' . \u25a0 f"-'--
LAWIOH— In Oakland.' O^frN»r 23. 1010. Patsy
'•»• H.;L«wlor.;beloved,wife nf. Thomas J. I-iwlor.
r, and daughter ' of Mr. i^'Mff. 1 Jam*-!! Newell.
"«ndt»Uter of - M«ry,f .Tnlm., Timothy. J. ana
Tatrlck . B. Newell" and Mr«. Edwin Boyc-.
Mrs.A.'n.-McKinnonan«l*lr!>. Frank Swarta-
ler. an«t »Ister in law o* Gerald M. and Ter-
- -' reuee J.-; Lawlor. ' a \u25a0 native of Oakland. Cal.,
\u25a0 " ag<Hj 25 years -and, 6. month*.
; v ; Friends -and . ae<iualntance(«:.ar* -respectfully
inTjted . to \u25a0; attend tb«» • funeral- tomorrow
•(Wednesday), October 26. 1910. at 9 o'clock a.
£j m.; from the residence of her parents/ Mr. and
/ Mrs. •James , Xewell. 14C0 Seventeenth street.
?: thence to St.- Patrick's church. Tenth and Per-
I alta street*; where a solemn reqniem hlfth man*
• will be celebrated for the repose of h*r soul.
. commencing .- at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment
*- St.; Mary's cemetery.' Oakland. \u25a0 ••, ,"
XEFOR— In this city. October 22. • 1910.- Gustave
i T. Lef or,; beloved hneband of Mae A. Bert<«ch
I^ef or. a native of San Francisco. Cal. . aged
; 21 : years. •-.\u25a0•\u25a0\u25a0--. - ' \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 -•" -.\u25a0".' \u25a0
Friends sre respectfully invited to attend
V the '•\u25a0- funeral ; today : (Tuesday), t, October 2.V
. st .v 9:30 a. 1 m.. , from his late residence. 53
South Broderlck streetf thence ; to i St, Aicnes
; \u25a0 church. - ; Pare . . street : ' and • t Masonie e avenue.
- where a requiem mass, will be celebrated for
\u25a0 the reposo -of. bis sonl; - commencing "it 10
- o'clock. : Interment Holy Cross cemetery- '
LirCKENBIiIA-In this city. October 24. 1910.
_\u0084, at; the -residence. 206S;Turk street. Christina/
dearly belor^ wife of John LuckenMU. loTin?
. mother of jThrlntina:- Katie. Emllv anrt Fred-
erick vLuckenbill. i Mrs. O. W. McGulre and
: Mrs. P. >H. Pentz/, a native of Germany, aged
SI years 5 months and 8 days.
T&AYFTELD— Entered Into rest October 22. 1!»IO.
'i Fanny. ? beloved wife of -A. Mayfleld, - devivted
mother of Mrs. L. .M. Kaiser. Mix . Mayfleld
\u25a0ynd' the late Flora Simons.' and- rister of Mrs.
'.D.Adler.. a. native of Bavaria. Germany.
. • ' Friends : are - invited '• to .- attend the , funeral
. : services, - which will . be held tomorrow (Wed-
. needay) at- 1:30 p. m.'. at b^r -late rexlden*^.
232 , Maple street. Interment . Home ef Keace
• cemetery via * special • electrlc^cars from Thlr-
.;.-. teenth and West Mission streets.'
McSWIKZT— In this city. -October 23, 1910.
I Mary A. McSwiney, a native of County, Kerry, -
Ireland.-. A member. of Columbia division No. 2.
L. A. A. O. H. in A.
\u25a0 .• Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited -to-, attend • the funeral tomorrow
; ' (VTednesday).* October 2«. 1010. at 8 o'clook
~ a. m., from the parlors of-McAvoy & O'Hara.
\u25a0 2224 Market street near Fifteenth. : thence to
Star of the Sea church, where a, requiem high
mass. will be celebrated for th" repese of her
- soul, commencing at 9a. m. Interment Holy
\u25a0 Cross cemetery. - --._
'DIVISION* 5 NO; 2.\1/. A. of "A. O. H.—
Officers and members of Division No. 2. L. A.
.of., A. O.'-H., and sister' divisions are re-
quested to attend the funeral of our late sis-
ter. Mary A. McSwiney. tomorrow (Wednes-
day), at S o'clock -a. m.. from the parlors of
. , MeAvoy Jfe O - Hara. - 2224 Market street near
- Fifteenth. . By order . '
- - MRS..JAS. WRENN, Pres.
MRS. . B." SCLLIVAN. See.
NOO^AIT— Inthls rity, October 24. J9lO. Gather-
" ina NooD'an, a cative of Ireland, aged SO years.
HTJGEJJT— The 'seventh 'anniversary : solemn re-
quiem high mass for the repos** of the soul of
\ the late Rev. Denis Nweont will, be colebrated
-' in St. 'Rose's church tomorrow ; (Wednesday),
i October. 26. 1910. - commenctnsr at 10 o'clock.
\u25a0 " The reverend clerpy. parishioners and friends
-"\u25a0are respectfully Invited to attend.
OWENS— In this city. October 24. 1910. 'Thomas
! \u25a0-- J. . - beloved - husband of - Aant-e -E. Owens and
, loving father of Mrs. C. E.*-. Carroll. John. An-
' nle and Frank Owens, a native of New York,
• aged 75 year?. ". \u25a0 \u25a0'•'. " \u25a0 *\u25a0>
s| •.» Remains "at the.. mortuary rchapel of the
•".'Golden Gate undertaking company. 2475 Mission
• street.- Notice of .funeral hereafter.
i PXi>ERSEW— In "•\u25a0' this city.. October -24. 1910.
*': Mall, beloved wife" of the late 'Peder Pedersen.'
and loviap -sister of Lena and-Lars Kolvlne
: -> and 'Mrs. Captain ;G. Olsen and the late Olivia
.- K: i. Walstrpro, a ' native of .Aaiesund. Norway.
! aged; 3s. years 6 months and IS days.
| PORTEBTIELD— In - Oakland. October 24, 1910.
! James Cunningham Porterfleld, husband of th*
late Emily A. Porterfleld and loving father of
- Mrs. H. 0.~ Spergen. G. K.. C. W. and A.' C.
Porterfleld.- all of Oakland. Mrs. D. L. Snediker
of Lou Angeles, a native of Pennsylvania, aged
j-SS years 3 -months and 8 days. . \u25a0 ' - : .
REDMOND— In Santa" "Rosa. October 23. 1910.
Mary, beloved wife of the lat<» Martin D. Red-
mond, mother of Philip J. and Frank M. Red-
| mond. ' daughter of P. Hyde and sister of J. J.
Hyde, Mrs. F. A. Cooper and" Mrs. T. M. Mel-
! han and \u25a0 the late Philip F. Hyde and Annie •
McCarthy. ,s .
I The funeral will take . place . tomorrow
(Wednesday), October 26. at 10 o'cloeS from
the residence of her sislter. 822 "Wright street,
-thence to St. -Rose's church. Interment Cal-
; ''\u25a0 vary cemetery. -.'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0* - \u25a0\u25a0 ' \u25a0:"\u25a0• - - - .;.-- -
SCHMIDT— In . San Rafael. October . 23/ 1910.
.93 George A., beloved son of- Alfred and Johanna
Schmidt. J and loving brother of Fred Schmidt,
a native of California, aged- 13 years and .14
' days. \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0•.. ; - ... \u25a0 \u25a0 - ..;.•
' \u25a0 B Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the ~ funeral services today
(Tuesday); October 25. -> 1910. at *2 o'clock
-•p. m.. at his late residence. 11 E street. San
Rafael.. Interment Mount 'Tamalpais cemetery,
j ' San ' Rafael. . •
' SCHMIDT— In San Anselmo, Cal., October 22.
: ';: 1910, Marie, beloved wife of Ernest Schmidt,
'\u25a0 and * mother .of - : Edna - ; M. and \u25a0 Evelyn L.
I Schmidt, and sister of Charles Koch and the!
r lata i Mrs. ' Christina . Kohnke, a native of San i
I. Francisco. Cal. ' , \u0084\u25a0 \\
| Friends are respectfully invited to \ attsnil
. theifunerar today" . (Tuesday). /October 2-V
at^vn/ m.". from.the ehapelof N. Gray ft
C*.'.-"219A Geary • <»tre»t corner of Devlsadero.
.\u25a0\u25a0--Infp»m»nt"-Mnnnt Oll»et '"remetery.
SCHMIDT— Id Ook!" od. October 22. 1910. Vlctn-
\u25a0-. rla - Alcayaga Rjjbs Schmidt, beloved wife «f
; Carlos ? A. Schmidt, and mother of Carlos A.
; Schmfdt and r Arthur * M.. A.> Daniel," Richard
\u25a0 T Tr Charles A.> andPara Rula and Mrs. W.
">F. Bron? and Mr*. J. R. Donaldson, and sister
'of Frank and Alfwd AJeiyaffa and Mr*. Mary
S. Bates and the late Edward A. Alcayaga. a
n.ttlve of ' San \u25a0 Francisco, aged 43 years and 9
''months. .---\u25a0. ---\u25a0 --',-."\u25a0-\u25a0''--\u25a0 .-...** \u25a0'•'_"-\u25a0'*'
Friends and acquaintance ' are respectfully
Invited to attend the faneral today (Tucs-
> rtay).'at f>:SO o'clock, from the parlors of the
Henry J. GallasfhT und*»rt»ltlng company. \x\\
Webster, street b<»tw»«>n Ellis and O'Farrell:
thence to St. Mary'* 'cathedral, where *
retmfem hfsrh maw will be celebrated for the
rewxe of h"*!* soul, commencinsr at 10 o'clock.
Interment Hnly C«w cero»tery. bv electric
.- fnneral car from Thirteenth and West Slls-
sloo »treets.* " . -./ . .: t ' \u25a0•\u25a0 - \u25a0
SII.TA— In Melrose. October 2^. 1910. Maria H..
dearly belored wife of Joseph J. SUva. devoted
mother of Mn. Laura Sonza. Albert and Hanr
' S'.lva . and - sister of : Mrs. \u25a0 Georelna Bra»a. n
putlve of Madeira, aged 41 years 7 months and
13 days. :
BUtGZR— In this city. October 20. WW- T**vnthpn.
Singer, beloved wtfe of th«» }a*» Leonard"
Sln**r. * native of Germany. \u25a0\u25a0 aged 74 year*. *
-> .Friend" and dc<roaintanc*« ar» re«t»ectfully
inrir^d tr» attend the funen»l today (TnesdarV
\u25a0 t 11 o'clock a. m:. from the parlors cf Gant-
n«»r Brother*. 346i> SUt»»ntli str#*t ' between
. Church and Sanchez. Interment Cypress I.awn
remeterr »y lt:3O o'clock a. m. train from V
\u25a0 Twenry-flfth and^'alencla street*.
STOECK— In Oakland.' October 24. IfllO. Jacob
Storck. a native of Germany, agedsa years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
\u25a0 invited to attend the fnneral tomorrow
(Wednesday). October 26. 1910. at 9 o'clock a.
m..,,from Sacred Heart church. Fortieth and
. Grove streets, where a requiem m*«" will hm
" celebrated for the reposw of his sout Inrer-
\u25a0 "ment St. Mary's cemetery. »,."
STROBEN— In Oakland. October 23. 1910. E«t3»
Muriel. Infant , daughter of Henry A. mod
Jlary S. Strobeti and sinter of Ralph Stetson,
Stroben and grandchild «f Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Bnckman. a native et San Francisco, aged 8
' oonths and 23 days.
Friends are • respectfully invited to attend
the funeral serricos today )Tne«day>. October
23. 1910. at It o'clock ». m.. at th« fnnersX
chapel cf Charlc* H. J. Truman. 1919 Mission
street between Fifteenth and Sixt^^nth. la-
t^rment Cypress .Lawn cemetery, by automo-
bile.-
TATXOS— In thl* citv. October 23. 1310. Panl!n»
Taylor, wife of F. N. Taylor, a native of;
I^ouislana; - A member of '. Llncola circle No.
223. Companion of the Forest.
Friends and acquaintances sad members or
Lincoln circle No. 223, Companions of th»
'Forest, are respectfully tnvited to attend th«
fnneral of our late companion. .Mrs. F. N.
Taylor, tomorrow <W#dne*dav). October W. at t
o'clock o. m.. from \u25a0- the funeral parlors of
Oreen. Ryan * Donohoe. northeast corner of
. Sixteenth and Gnerrero • streets. Interment
Mount Olivet cemetery.
THOMPSOK— In Palo Alto. October 22. 1810.
. Mary Ann, dearly beloved wife of William
Thompson, acd loving mother of James. Jessie.
Georze. J*an and Helen Thompson, and slate?
of John D. snd William B. McGllvrar and
Mrs. Henry Stnrroek and Mrs/ Thomas Hayes,
v. a natlva of Forfarshire. Scotland. (Denver
papers please copy.) . . •
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
incited to attend the fnneral services tomorrow
nVefln»"«<lay>. October 29, at U a. n».. at her
lat<> residence. 1102 Ramon* street. Interment
private.
.WALD— in this city. October 23. 1310, Pail- .
llpina.. widow >f Ignacious Wa'd. and beloved,
mother "of Rndnlnh. Charles and Julia Wald A
and Mrs.- R. Williams,* Mr*. Jame* Meares
and Mn..BtM!i> Clark, a native of Germany.
aged 57 years 3 months and 12 days. '
Friends and acquaintance!! are respectfully
$ Invited -to attend the funeral .today (Tnea- J
day>. at 1:15 o'clock p. m.. from the parlor*
cf Halted & Co.. 924 Ftllmore street. Inter-
ment Cypress Lawa cemetery. ....
WTT.HTXM— la this city. October 23. 1910. Wal-
ter A., dearly beloved soa of George C. and
Mary Wilhelm. loving brother of Albert I*.
Gertrude F. and Frank •C. Wilhelm. and
nephew of Edward. George- ani Jam»s Caffrev.
\u25a0 a native, of San, Franci3co» ased. IS years It
months and 22 days.
\u25a0' Friends and acquaintance* are' respectfully
invited to attend the fnneral tomorrow (Wed-
nesday*, at 10 •- m.. from his late resid»nce.
4.12 Elizabeth street, thence to St. James
church for servlc*". c«miE«n<rlnsr • «t 10:3O
a. ra- Interment Holy Crona cemetery.
\u25a0WRIGHT— In this city. October 22. 1910. at his
lute residence. 537 Elizabeth street. Alexander
Wright, beloved husband of Nellie T. Wright,
and father of Alice M.. Malvern A. and Violet
n. Wriarh*. and brother of George Wright of
East. Oakland, a native lof Australia, axed 43
. years . 2 month* and -22 day*. A member of
Court Golden Gate No. 603. Independent Order
"of Foresters. '..-':..:; * *..
. \u25a0•\u25a0 Friends and • acquaintances, are rescectfnlly
/. In^ltM to attend tb» fnnwral »eTv!«*» tMar
(Tuesday). October 23.; 1910.- at 1:30 o'cloek
p. ta.. at the chapel of Charles H. J. Truman.
. 1919 Mission street between Fifteenth and Six-
teenth. Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery.
CARD OF THANKS
DONDZR0 — We wish to extend our heartfelt
/ thanks to. our many friends for their sympathy
and kindness durinjr oor late bereavement, and
j also for the ' beantlful Coral offerings.
MR/AND MRS. LOCIS DONDERO AND FAM-
INDEPENDENT OF THE TRUST;
Seventy-Five Dollars '
X WILL KTJRjnSH
HEARSE, TWO ORRIAEES, ES3AIHINS,
SHSOUO'ANO CLOTH GQVE3ED CASKH
JULIUS S r dODEAU
,Uov«d to mats «f32«. 4i v»a N«sa sr. Ttl.
Market Til. | eoansetlaff all dapartauatß.
Branches— 3Cs Mont?«n«ry it. Oakland. IXGS
! FraakUa St.; tel. OaklaaA 4M&. Lo* Aagai««.
| IX7 South Bigu«t«a st. 1
! Amt* Asskuaaews csd QurrUxca fMr SBrsk

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