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Re-election of Republicans and
Vote on Amendments Aid
Exposition Cause
California's Delegation Will
Wage Vigorous Campaign
for San Francisco
Julius Kabn. re-elected to represent
the fourth congressional district in
"Washington and the spokesman for
San Francisco's Panama-Pacific Inter
national exposition, Is ready for the
flglit with New Orleans for congres
sional indorsement of the Pacific coast
"We will start aggressively to win
the exposition for San Francisco.' said
Kahn. "We will start immediately
upon congress convening 1 December 5,
next, and will work ceaselessly and
zealously to secure the indorsement of
the national congress.
"As soon as I return to Washington. "
lie continued, "I expect to begrfn active
work in San Francisco's fSglit for the
exposition. The splendid republican
victory in California yesterday will be
a potent factor in our right, the^more
especially so because of the democratic
Icndslide hi the rast.
"As I have frequently stated, the
campaign linkup for thp exposition is
as follow?: Th*>re are IS4. d«*mocrats
in the nous** as it is at present con
stituted, and 217 republican members.'
The large majority of democrats from
th*> south ar<> by environment and j
through sectional feeling practically 1
unanimous for New Orleans. San Fran
cisro will have 10 or 12 democratic
votes from the north and will lose |
about thfit many republican rotes from !
southern s*><-tions. * ' \
"In order to win congressional rec- :
ignition we muFt have the .solid sup
pert of the republican organization In
the house of representatives. It is !
that the question be settled;
at this (session of congress, with a re- ,
republican house.
"As soon as congress meets in De
reaibw the wholo California delega
tion will jnjn with us in making a
determined effort to secure the support j
of the hous<> org-anization. President
Taft. t'pe^.ker Cannon. Representative
Dwlgrht of N*e\r York, the party whip,
and Representative l-oudenslagrer. pec- j
rotary of the r-ppuhlican congressional
committee. ar» all favorable to oar
r/mse. With tlivir netlv** Etsslstance we
hope to secure the support of all mem- j
hers of Uie republican majority and
that support win bring- t»s victory.
, "Tli'-' <-ity lias ftlreadj" done its share
br r-t«!K!ing by ihe ropubiican nominees
for congress from San Francisco. The
t-tate has done its share in electing a
e*>lfd republican delegation. Those fae- I
tnrs and the overwhelming majoiitj
plvrn ««> the constitutional amendments
in favor of ti:o fair boids are all potent
factors which we wili be able to pre-
F"nt in s.;pport of «^jr worthy cause
to our rfepubllpKn In a man
u»r that will enlist their active as
"The resolution indorsing the Panaroa-
Pacific lnterr.atioral exposition at San
Franclsc-o is» now on the house calen
dar. So is the New Orleans resolu
tion. The house committee on foreign
nffairs reported back both resolutions.
It ?s generally believed that Xew Or
leans will never call up her resolu
tion. We will take the initiative. The
Kovfrnor of Louisiana said unequivo
cally to the commute." on foreign af
fairs that New Orleans would expect
govf rcmont aid.. The resolution reports
«Jo r."U contemplate government aid,
and San Francisco specifically stands
as not asking for nor expecting one
<-ent of aid from the .national govern
ment. '
"We feel that Xew Orleans. Will]
m?.ke no effort to secure the adoption
of its resolution at the present time,
but. on the other hend. Fan Francisco
will prec.s its action and will.- bring
the matter to an issue. We will have
It-dec idod upon by the present congress
at the short session between Decem
ber and next March, while congress
is of its prefent complexion." and we
will ask for action as soon as poKsi
b!". irr» Decr-mher if that can be «lone.
Our c»mpu.i£T» will W aggressive.
"The status of the resolution now
is that it is on the house calendar.
It can be brought up under call of
emmittee or by the rule of the house.
When we g*t back- <in the ground and
see t be -situation' we will employ the
method of bringing the matter to dc
trjniination which is most likely to
insane us success.
•\V« n-ill rely on *>ur $17.r.<>0.000
in !>on<s.«- and on our natural rights to
tl>» exposition, and we will make th*
moft energetic and aggressive . cam
paign, that we are capable of. "Xew
Orleans is making a strong fight, but
'rri* will tope with her.
"it is of tremendous importance to
?ati I^aneisco that Congressman K. A.
JTayos of the fifth district was re
flecied. «m» his influence If great, and
h/. and in fact *ach member of the
California delegation, ha* been untir
ing, in his efforts Tor San Francisco
and California's Panama-Pacinc^pxposi
"I must, Fay that I am deeply grate
ful to all the citizens of my district
who gave -me such .loyal iupport Jn
this campaign. My success belongs to
them, end I want always to merit their
confidence and their esteem." jgiKS*l&
Miss Dollie Grooms' Pica Lib
erates Thief
The mercy of Miss Dollie Grooms
droppftd as a pentle rain upon T\ r illiam
H. Sharp yesterday, saving him from
a sojourn In San Quentln. Sharp
pleaded guilty of the theft of a
valuable fur muff from Miss Grooms'
apartment at the Enterprise hotel,
where both are lodgers.. It was sug
gested to Judge Cabanißs that he ad
mit Sharp "to probation an." his honor
decided to consult the victim of the
theft about It.
"Miss Grooms," said the Judge. "It Is
within ray power to let this man go
free on probation orvto sentence him to
a state prison term."
"Oh. Judge, don't put him in prison."
Interupted the owner of the muff. "I
think It would be a shame to do that.
Please be as merciful as you can with
him." ' • ""
The court placed Sharp on parole for '
two years.
Sharp and Miss Grooms left the court
Mexico Excursion
Christmas in old -Mexico. No more
unique or Interesting way to spend the
holidays than by joining the great per
sonally conducted excursion from San
Francisco December 14. and. Los An
geles" December 15. Round trip. $80.
Dining, parlor and observation cars
and Pullman vestibuled sleepers. For
details B»e agents Southern Pacific.
Ticket offices. Flood building,- Palace
Market street ferry depot.. Third
and Townsend streets depot. •\u25a0 and
Broadway and Thirteenth street, Oak
land. Santa Fe office. '673 Market
•treet. National Railways.; of Mexico
Dfflce. Monadnock building. .
TThe hobble skirt lias been discussed, wrfttco and .worn until it pught
to rank with obsolete things like mother in law jokes. But since it is
still present, one. may use it for contrast to the boudoir cap.; Contem-.
plating the hobble skirt, one *.Te marks the splendid disregard of-women*
for personal comfort. The fashions they, undergo* are seriously distressing
from tlie unimportant viewpoint, of anything but effect. Often they are
distressing in effect, and then one wonders why they are. <
The -boudoir cap. however, lis eminently sensible, comfortable and be
coming, ai\ altogether charming fashion that*is quite as popular as the hobble.
It is designed primarily for conxfort, and this makes it unique. The soft
lace things that almost cover the head and fall in drooping frills about the
face do away with the necessity of coiffiires at hosme. Tho'se'who have never
worn coiffures may not be impressed, but women whose heads\.are hea\ty
with coronet braid.<'"puffs and other extraneous things realize the.^unusual j
advantages of. a fashion that offers the ease of' negligee -with an appearance
of finished adornment. \ ." . \u0084 , • «-
Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt Jr. may not have \u2666m-iroduced boudoir caps— a
few were worn last spring — but she had a number of the pretty lace things
in hcrtrousseau, and some of them have been copied by her friends. Now
they are worn by e'veiy one — including'thote who donH wear extra hair, like
Airs Milton Pray, who has more of her own than she can use— because they
are attractive and becoming, even if they are faintly suggestive of grand
mothers dusting house maids and elderly gentlemen. ,
. \u2666 •\u25a0 • , '\u25a0• .1 •• _\ f \u25a0••.•
The luncheon that Miss
Marian Zeile gave yes
terday at the Fairmont
was one of the Largest
of the season and was.
given for one of the
most popular bride elects
of the year. Miss Anita
MailJiard. the fiancee of
Temple Bridgman. There
were 50 girls at the re
union and the decora
tions were entirely In
bridesmaid roses. Each
guest received a corsage
bouquet of the .roses.
There were several small
tables and each table
was lighted with .rose
shaded candelabra. The
guests were:
Miss Amy Bowles
Miss Margaret Belden
Miss Laura Baldwin
Miss Frances Martin
Miss Virginia Newhall
Miss Louise Wallach
Miss Marie Louise Fos
Miss Marian Crocker
Miss Elva de Pue
Miss Olive Wheeler .
Miss Lurline Matson
Miss Kathleen Farrell
Miss Anna Olney
Miss Dorothy Van Slck
Miss Agnes Tillmann x
Miss Louise MeCormick
Miss Mnrian Miller-
Mrs. Allen Mac Donald \u25a0 * • '
Miss Martha Foster \
Miss Bessie Ashton .
Miss Natalie Hunt
Miss Edith Treanor
Mrs. George Cadwalader
Miss Janet Colemon
Miss Vera de Sabla
Miss Ethel Crocker
Miss Lee Girvin
Miss Tsobel Chase
Miss Dora Winn . • .
Miss Constance McLaren
Mips Dorothy Baker
Miss Sara Coffin
Miss Margaret Calhoun. ~. .
Miss Lou Foster .
Mies Jeanne Gallois ?ii>
Miss Ethel McAllister •«
Miss Mildretf Baldwin,;.
Miss Katherine Kaime
Miss Harriet Stone
Miss Helen Jones
Miss Minna Van Berben '
Miss Clara Allen
Miss Dorothy Chapman
Miss Hilda Stedman
Miss Lillian Goss f ,
Miss Mary Keeney
Miss Florence Hopkins
Miss Leslie Page
Miss Louise Boyd
Miss Augusta Foute >>',*!*
Miss Maude Wilson
* • <•
One of the most inter
<»stlng events ..that •\u25a0 the
debutantes wilL have on
their calendar for De
cember Is the reception
at which Mrs.. Eleanor \u25a0
Doe will introduce her
daughter. Miss Mar
guerite Doe. . The elab
orate debutante party
will take plac* Decem
ber 9 at the. Fairmont,
and there "'will 'be sev
eral hundred guests. %
Theatrical Mechanical Associa
tion Holds' Memorial-; Exer
cises" in the Alcazar •
"The sweetest thought of; all is the
one that those who are ]<»ft behind are
here today,* to pay a tribute ; of respect
to the memory of those \tvho have gone
before,".' said Charles Gunn in the -Al
cazar theater yesterday morning In the
openingadJress at the memorial serv
ice held under the - auspices of . San
Francisco lodg* No> 21 of the Theatri
cal mechanical association. ,
It was a simple,' yet impressive, serv
ice of song and music, without oratory
save such as. was given In the elo
quent prayer of Rev. "William Ra'der
and the delivery of_a portion 'of the
funeral recital by Past President Wil
liam T. Rusk.
The. stage was set to a forest scene
and occupied by the following:
ll.' VT. Nowcll.^president 'of the lodge;, J. A.
Dohring, .vice president; TV. "I-R, Whorff, re
cording secretary ; Max Fogel. flnanctal necre
tary. J. F. Blalkle. treanurer; Dr. George : TV.
Goodalp.'.phyitictan: W; B." Mortimer, marshal;
I. Mark*, W. S. - Sohofleld, . James Craig," T: , J.
r>futr]<-k and O. .A. Olson. - trustees; Joaepa
Kieroan. «erß»ant at- arms;*. Her. William
Rader. Her. B. M. Kaplan and the memorial
conunittpe, F. B. WUlUias, W. F. Schofield
and I. Ttictoler. .< V
•The order of service was:
OT*rtnre, orchestra, under direction of Eduard
Ltda; addreaa, t Charlea Gunn of - the Alcazar
stock company and a member of the associa
tion; opening prayer. Rev. W. Rader; roll. call
of officer* and of. deceased memberc, who were:
Henry Lyons / . Matthew Morgan
William Fredericks • George •\u25a0 Adams
James Robinson John Quarrels'
Miehaer Owen«» -\: .'\u25a0 Rdwanl Lirermore
George Van ,2tess- Georjfe" Wallenrod
Frederick - McGreer William Kreliog
Henry GleDdlnlng . Mark Thall •
Thomas Ticket t John Froude
Herman UlUpan Sydney Chldley '
Frank . MeVH-kars Dr. Elmer Bnnker
Charlea T;erry Edward J. Holdea '
Frank Damon * M..8. Mayer
R. B. Melby - \u25a0 ."• Howard Morrison .
Ktrhard Rice; Max.Busch ... .
Trio, "Come.to.tbe Land of : Rest," Erolli*
Biankenbur?; soprano: ' Leonora Harrison, t mento
soprano; Dorothee- Bartlett,';, contralto; " rocal
•010.. W.i T,.\ Wlnjtham; trombone selection.
Theatrical mechanical aoaociatien . quartet;" read
lnp,v"ln. Memoriatn." • Thomas'.Chatterton;-cor
net; »olo.> *."nje Palms," ;Mi»* 5 Alma, -Tuobler
soprano'solo. > VGreatla the' Holy One of Israel.** 1
Effltlie* Biankenbarr: benediction, .: R*r.i ß "M^
Kaplanran4-"Americ«,'- f .Dy the audience.
• \ The hop, last, evening
at the Presidio was one
of the most enjoyable
affairs tha.t~the service
set has had this sea
son. There were sev-l,
eral sruests from town
and the dinner parties
at the post were an Im
portant part of the ko
cial program for the
evening-. Captain and
Mrs. I. E. Erwin enter
tained several friends
at dinner before the hop
and Miss i Wuest was?
hostess at an Informal
dinner party.
*' * *
Mrs. Wakefleld Baker
Is enjoying her early
winter visit In the east
and has been delight
fully entertained by
friends in Boston.
*\u2666 * .
Midshipman James
Lawrence Kaufman and
Mrs. Kaufman, who was
Miss Elsa Draper, are
passing their honey
moon at Bohemian,
grove, but will only re
main for a few days
longer, as . Midshipman
Kaufman's leave of ab
sence will terminate
within a week. . He will
then join his ship, the s
* _\u25a0 - • \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 m •
. Mrs. CJ-arence^Martin
Mann has sent out cards
for an elaborate lunch
eon Thursday; Novem
ber 17, at her home In
Washington street. The
complimented guest will
be Mrs. Morton of
Paris.' who is a visitor
in this city.
*~" -\u25a0 '\u25a0• " •
" Miss Helen Bowie has
Invited a score of girls
to the bridge party that
she will give next
Wednesday at the home,
of her- aunt, Mrs. Jessie
Bowie Detrick. The aft
ernoon will be Informal
and the hour at cards
will be followed oy'lea
for an additional num
ber of guests.
* • •
', Lieutenant and Mrs.
William A. Carleton en
tertained at one, of the-" 1 -
Informal card parties of
the week at the Pre- .
sidio.^ Their guests were,
the members of a bridge
club that meets, every
week at the post. The
hour at cards was fol
lowed by supper."
Popular Girl Is the Bride of
Louis Titus at Pretty
Before an improvised altar, of roses
and yellow chrysanthemums the mar
riage of Miss 'Alice Rooney andT^ouis
Titus took place last evening at ; the
home -of the bride's mother, Mrs. T. H.
Rooney in Guerrero street. ': The cere
mony was performed by Rev. Father
Lynch of the Roman-Catholic church' in
the presence .of a ; small company- of
The bride wore a gown of white satin
with an overdress of chiffon embroid
ered In pearls. The costume was com
pleted with a veil and wreath of orange
blossoms and sho' carried a shower
bouqufet or 'orchids; and lilies , of the
valley. Her only ornament was a neck
lace of pearls " and- diamonds, the gift
of the, bridegroom. She wa.s; attended
by her sisters,_ Miss \u25a0. Therese jj Rooney
and Miss Edna Rooney. • , - , J
: The maid "of .-honor,' -Miss Therese
ißooney, wor^' a; gown of pale pink
chiffon \with 'embellishment . of lace and
carried pink roses. 'Miss Edna' Rooney
carried ; roses ?of the fsama color, but
her., gown .was ; blue-chiffon 1 with ran
overdress . of spangles s'and-'.' the unique
costume was 'completed {with' a cerise
girdle.' Mrs.-'H."- T.] Rooney," imother -of
the,bride,;Worea'gdwn : of lavender sat
in and, lace. ': :/, .-,<;. \--'l -'..''\u25a0.'..'\u25a0\u25a0 r
Duncan McDufHe ? a-nd WaJter.L,eimert
attended the bridegVoom." t; There- was a
wedding supper- and Informal reception
after .: the ;> ceremony for; 3 about ;* 100
guests.- Mr. and ' Mrs.; Titus .will leave
this ; week ' , for. the east and % Europe,
where r they -; will^" travel-' for
months, but will* return '[ to> reside -here."
The bride is » an*. accomplished Jgirlj arid
is a social favorite..; Shejis- a'^cousin of
Mrs., AV.; K. .Vanderbilt and: Mrs. Her
man C^elrichs. ";'';The"-'Co\ple\u0094 received
many handsome^ wedding; gifts. v
TIMOTHY ' O 'BHXCN DEAD — A - telegram 'i wg *
- received "at police headquarters' yesterday/ from
'''/\u25a0 Kenwlck,/'* Wash*..?:;.-, stating "that— Timothy
H O'Brien of \ San : Fraud wo r wag ; dpsd /and j »ck
.' ing r °p '-' "Id \u25a0'\u25a0 i" r - : locating Shis t* relatives. ;^ The
mensage said that \u25a0. O'Brien = had i four . tonai and
"""that-heiwas a. native '< of * this city." ' It was
:•:} signed • 5.7- N.^ Mulla*. -v;;v \u25a0o . ;• \u25a0 - •-\u25a0\u25a0./ \u25a0/,'•/. ; ;
Society Leader's Gaze Offended
by Trousers Dangling in
Morning Air
Investigation Discloses Trio of
Tramps Who^Arc Sentenced
for Vagrancy
Edward M. Greenway's arbitrary
views in' the matter of trousers haa
started a logical sequence of events^
which has placed Harry Adams, Harry
Smith and William Davis (colered) In
the county Jail under three month sen
tences for vagrancy. Usually vagrancy
can only be proved when the prisoner
has no visible meajns of support- But
It was the fact of visible means of sup
port that; led to, the conviction of' the
trio. So Greenway thus appears in the
dual role of nemesis arid paradoxist.
4 Greenway occupies apartments in. the
h. airmont that ; command a magnificent
sweep of San ;Francisco bay and two
or three counties like Alameda. Marin,
Contra Costa and way stations. From
his window, while surveying the splen
did vista, Greenway-saw a blot on the
horiatort— a pair of trpusers flaunting
wanto«lyin the breeses in a lot north
of the : hotel. -Greenwaywas offended.
Favoring- trousers in . general, and in
their proper place, the esthetic sense
of the social-leader was grievously of
fended .to see a pale .-dangling un
claimed in the morning air. He called
for the police to pick up the sartorial
waifs. « • - -.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. !
Coryell are receiving 1 \
the congratulations of
their friends upon the
arrival of a little
daughter at their home.
The Corj-ells have been
at Fair Oaks, since their
return from Europe,
where they passed the ;
Mr v and Mrs. Charles.
Stewart have returned
to their home in " this
city after an enjoyable
visit in Honolulu. They
were entertained
several weeks at the
home of Captain and
Mrs. Eduard A. Stur
gi« at Schofield bar
racks. . Mrs. Stewart
and Mrs. Sturgis are
sisters and the latter
will be remembered as
Mies Edna Montßomerjv
Their brother, Eduard
Montgomery, is In Paris,
where he is devoting
himself to mysical study.
Captain and Mrs. John
Burke Murphy will
leave Saturday for Port
land, where they will
enjoy a visit of several"
weeks, and the days
preceding: their depart
ure are crowded with
informal entertainment.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
J?. Johnson will be es
tablished today In their
'apartments. at the Fair
mont, and will remain in
town , for the winter. .. v
\u25a0'\u25a0• ' * •„• \u25a0 :
Major and Mrs. Joseph
,P. O'Neil are entertain
ing Miss Virginia Har
rison, of-; Wijliarhsburg.
Va., at their home at
the Presidio, and the A
ttractive/southern girlis
the Incentive for many
of the. informal enter
tainments at the post.
She. will remain during
the winter.
• * ' *:;•\u25a0.'• f
\u25a0 Mr. and Mrs. Klrk
liam Wright/ have been
traveling abroad for
several months, but are
now on their homeward
journey. They are., to
be here later in the
month. v
. -. • ' • _•
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Fredericks entertained
at an Informal dinner
party at their home in
Presidio terrace. /
A posse of police was summoned. The
lot was surrounded and a concentric
movement was- made . on the wanton
trousers. When the police, narrowing
the_eircle, reached the garments they
found among the environs of the pants
three men .who. were lulled to peace by
opium.- A quick move was made and
the three fellows, Alams, Smith and
Davis, were arrested. They said that
the trousers were on display pending
an exchange of garments between Ad
ams and Smith. Judge COnlan said,
"Three months each."-; . >
Property of Late David F.
. : . Walker Involved
Carl W. .Elfvlng, special adminis
trator of the estate of David F. "Walker,
the Salt'Ldfke capitalist who was presi
dent of the California safe deposit and
trust company at the time It closed its
doors, began suit in the superior court
yesterday/for the recovery of realty
Walker deeded a^y shortly before his
death. v
Walker on September 11,'1910,-con
veyed to Benjamin G. Raybould 17
pieces of real estate In this city. The
consideration mentioned was {100,000.
The complaint avers \u25a0 no -.money '-was
paid, there being an understanding
that it should be reconveyed to the
capitalist. It -is also complained that
Raybould. declines' to account for rents
from the property. The widow, Mrs.
Althea Walker v as well as all the heirs,
are named as defendants.
' The realty includes lots In California
street, east of Stelner; Pacific avenue,
west of . l»aguna; ; corner of View, and
Romain streets, corner of Stanton and
View streets, corner 'of Corbett road
and Caselli avenue and a number ' of
other parcels in > the Market street
homestead association. :.
Property Will Be Turned^ Into
Cash for Heirs *
A petition to sell practically all , the
property of the estate of the late Peter
James Donahue, appraised at almost
$1,500,000, was filed yesterday by Wil
liam P.. Burke, administrator of , the
estate. The property includes a num
ber of centrally locate^ pieces of real
estate in the city. . The personal prop
erty, consisting chiefly of stocks and
bonds, Is valued at 1395,505. \u0084'\u25a0-., .'\u25a0-.
The^inheritors of the estate are Alice
M. Burke, Kdith M. Burke, Richard
Burke Jr. and William P. Burke, who
are children of a sister of Donahue. Th*"
administrator states that the heirs
agree Jt will be to their mutual benefit
to turn" the estate into cash.
Peter James Donahue died in the
isle of Wight June 3, 1910. His father
was one of the founders of the Union
iron works. -*
Mrs. Gilman, Everhart and
Mrs. Charlotte Perkins Gilman, the
writer, suffragist and sociologist, will
open .'the lecture ' season pf the San
Francisco socialist party .tomorrow
evening in the Building Trades"audito
rium, 'Fourteenth and Guerrero streets.
Sunday, November, 1 3, at \S p. m* Har
old Everhart, city councilman, of Oak
land, wlll'gpeak at the same place on
"Why I Accepted; Socialism." .- At the
same meeting Cameron H. King, attor
ney for .the socialist s party, - will -dis
cuss the proposed charter amendments.
.Thursday, November- 17; at;- 8? p. m.
in .Dreamland rink Karl- L.iebknecb/t,
socialist representative ; iiv. the German
parliament, will ; speak oar"'lnternation
al.Sociklism and "Working: Class Rule."
Accused of Taking
? . Charged 'wlth ; having knowingly re
ceived' $365 worth of gold stolen from
the mint by Walter Fewer, who Y- is
serving a year's sentence for the crime,
A! Englehardt, a.; Jeweler at ! " 22 Mont
gomery street, 'was arrested yesterday
byUnited States marshals.^ ; "-.\u25a0;;• :.
Later he was released under a $2,000
bond fixed by United States Commis
sioner Wrightr >. r :V
\u25a0 It is alleged In the indictment,' un
der whichEnglehardt was arrested ;and
which was '"placed- on the -secret -file by
the federal grand Jury last Friday, that
Fewer made three" trips; to the store
of Engjehardtvand' : on ; 'each~ occasibn
disposed of the:stoien^ gold. . :
Judge -Orders Herb ;. -i Doctor's
\u25a0 Medicine Tightly Corked ;'"*
:'.."\u25a0 Dr.. Lee; Tai Bong, - herb .expert;: and
self-proclaimed healer to .'the-- members
of i. the'; imperial Chinese .- -family, : was
y^sterdayr given TtherdifficultltaskJof
explaining to Police* Judge Shortali: the
ingredients of, -a .concoction v.whieh'jhe
prescribed h for;- the ? i 11s" of % Mrs. JlloHy
Moller. ;^ The >dor?of;the-herb: exhibit
was i so powerf uPthat > Shortall {ordered
lit^tightly ; sealed.- -^ The case was^ con
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1 1 Notable Deaths |
Colortdo sSpring*. , Colo.. >"ov. 3. — General
OporgeM. Gofou dl«»<lher<» twlay attn an 111-
n«ss'of several months. General Guion was a
• native of Seneca Falls. N. V. General Gnicm
\u25a0 hart a distinguished war record In the »rmv of
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j Marriage Licenses |
' Tbe I following marriage licenses were issued
Wednasdaj. XoTemb«r 0. 1910: » *>' -.
BARFT— R(TVVB^-E<lward F. Barff. 29. 174 San
,>. Carlos aTcnue, and Host E. Rowe, 26. Sebas-
,'':.;topoi:v- •. ;>• . -.-..' \u25a0 ft* :'.: '. ; ...- . -:;'-• -
BARRETT— XEVES— Kmerr H. Barrett" 2«.
915 Illinois ttreet. and May Xeres, 21, Oak-
land. A . • . i -. . i
CURK-DB TOE- Edward 'jr. Clark. 21. 344
r; Rtehland arenne. and WJlhelinina A. de Voe,
• IS, 2439 Sacramento street. , .
GUI RAr,~FRATSSE— Panl Gniral. SI . 1614 ' Pa-
olflc street, and Maria Fraysie, 23, 801 Vallcjo
\u25a0 street.-
HAMILTON— MEYX— James IT. Hamilton. 21.
IJ>3 Foarth street, and Elsie B. Meyn. IS,
S3IT. Howard, street.'- ,
HASKIN— SMITH— John T>. 401 Con-
nectlent ' street, and Emma V. Smith, IS, 425
Carolina street. : . : " * .. -.
48, 217 Minna atreet. and Theresa H. Rosen-
praTe, 39, 264 Shipley itreet. >
JOHNSTON— I.EMASTES— Morris. Johnston. 24;
1618 Point Lobos arenue. and Ellen Lemastes.
: 18.» 227^4 Langton street. . ' < : -
LANGER— CCRTIS — Charles W. Lanser, 31,\and
Atbea Curtis,; 2s, both of Vallejo. N
! 36, 247 Steaart street, and Halma E. Johanson,
31; 2107 Twtnty-faurtb. street. ?<
LOURTIK— DE CA>'G— Fernan C. A. I/)urtie. SO.
and Marjroerlte C. H. d« Cans, 26, both of
\u25a0 1829 Buchanan street. .: \
McCARREN— CT7RREN— Patrick McCarren. 25.
316 Baker street, and Agnes Cnrren, 20, 3SS7
Twenty -foorth street, j ,
OWEN— CUMJEN— Harry Olsen. 22. and Mary
T. Cnllen, 21, both of 1504 Franklin street.
•PICKENS-'-^VKBSTER— Arthur TicVens. 23, an*
Lillian B. Webster. 22, both of Oakland.
' 23. Oakland, and Ada Jlary Robinson, 22, 11S9
Dolores street.
STEIN— O'BRIEN— Frank S..S. Stein. 3S. Tnc-
son. Axtx.,^and Annavjf. O'Brien, 32, I^os An-
geles. . /:.-,.: ' £':~^- :; .
TITCS— ROONBT— I^«iIs Titus. 21. Oakland, and
Alice Rooney, 18, 912 Guerrero street.
TRACET— CUDDY— Frank C. Tracey. 24. Sf-2
Guerrero street, and Mayme A. Cuddy, 19, 02
;Chenery street. >v
TTVOMET— BENBOVT— CorneIius A. Twomey, 35,
and Ellen Benbow, 33. 1100 Bryant street.
VAN VALER— COUSINS— Andrew Van Valer. 20,
and Katharyn I. Collins, 25, both of San Jose.
Birtb. marriace and death notices sent by mall
will not b« Inserted. They must be banded In at
either ot tbe publication office* aad be Indorsed
with tbe name and residence of persons author-
ized to bare the same published. Notices re-
stricted simply to the announcement of the e'rent
are published oace In this column free oi charge.
GLUNZ— In this city, Norember 6, 1910, to the
wife of Walter Glunz, a son.
MORGAN— KELDERHOUSE— In this city, No-
Terober 7, 1910, by Rer.- George A. Hough of
Grace M. E. church. James L. Morgan and
Hetty Kelderhouc e, both of San F»and»co.
Albee, "Herbert J. .. 72 Mahoney, Jeremiah.. 65
Arery, Francis ...\. 76 MeKeeTer, Jane D.. . 69
Bertin, Alexander Y. 74 Mecke, Andrew .... 57
Collins,- Frederick J. 36 Meyer. Adolph .... —
DstU. Elisabeth Morellini. ÜbbleC. 3
Degen. William .... 57 Nichols. Sister ' Mary
Flanagan, Col. F. G. 7G Annunciata ...... —
Klynn. Patrick ....43 Page, Mrs. Anna G. —
Gardiner. Bertha A.. — Parker, John McR.. 61
Harrington Margaret—^ Pettlt, Mary A. . ... —
Kerr, Edith R. ..... 60 Small. Elisabeth 8. . 64
•Kinne, llenrr Clay. . 80 Turner, Alice M.;C. —
Knief, Ludolph H...'47 UJcsk, Emilia X.. .. 1
La Berge, Walter C."— Weller, Mrs. Miranda S-3
Lyons, James \u25a0\u25a0¥.:... — Hran (Card)
Lyons,- Edith; M. ....•—
ALBEE— lagOakland.NoTember 9. 1910. Herbert
J.. dearf^Delored husband of, llaunah M. B.
Albee and brother of. E. W. Albee of Dubuque,
la., aged 72 years S months and 23 days.
AVERT— In Sausallto. Norember 9. 1910, Fran-
cis Ayery, In his serenty-slxth year.
Funeral serricos In Christ church. Sausalito,
tomorrow (Friday). Norember 11, 1910. at 10
a. m. Interment private. \
BERTIN-^fn Berkeley. Norpmber 7. 1910. A W-
a ndre- Pierre, belored hnsbaml of Marie Ber-
tin. and lotlbk father of Mrs. Eulallc Chartier,
. Gabrler Bertin. Mrs. Berthe Sandos. the late
lute Krnest and Fernand Bertin. grandfather
of Henri, Herlette and- Alice Bertin. Emlle
Sandoz,- Marie, Ix»uise. Claire and Eulalie Ber-
tin. a native of Bordeaux. France, aged 74
year* 10 months and. 7 days. -^
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in-
, Tlted to 'attend „• the funeral today (Thurs-
day), NoTember 10. 1910. at 9 o'chvk a. m.,
from his late residence.- 19*S UniTersity aTe-
nue. thence to St. Joseph's church, wbere a re-
quiem high mass will be celebrated for" the
- ' repose of bia soul, . commencing at 9:30 a. m.
Interment St.' Mary's cemetery, Oakland.
COLLINS— In this city. NoTember 8, 1910. Fred-
erick J.. dearly beloTed husband of Nellie- F.
Colling, loTing father of William J.Colllng, be-
lflfed son ofAnoie and the late Patrick Col-
lln?, beloTed brother of William P. and John
. E. Collins, and brother in law ©rMrs. D. Mc-
Fadden. Philip J.. EdwardlE.. Peter D.. Leo,
May and- Pearl Horan,\unf)e of Nora Collins,
and cousin of Sister Bernard ot the Holy Fam-
ily. Margaret Collins and Mrs. K. Armite, a
natiTe of San Francisco, aged 36 years 1 month
and 8 days. A member of the Widows' and
Orphans' Aid association of th* San - Francisco
. police department and* Army and NaTy parlor
No. 207. N. S.J3. W. ; X.
Friends jatidA acquaintances are respectfully
i lnrited to attend the funeral, tomorrow (Fri-
day), at 9:15 a. in... from his late residence.
1029 Sbotwell street, thence ~to St. Peter's
church, .where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repof # of his sonl, com-
mencing "at 9:45 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
cemetery. * .
Officers and members of Army and Narr parlor
. No. 207, N. S. G. W.. you are hereby notified
to attend the funeral of our late J>rother. F. J.
Collins. - 1. J. RYAN, Pres.'
J. J. MORGAN. Rec. Sec. .
DAVIB^-In West Berkeley. November 9, 1010,
'Elizabeth. beloTed wife of Charles W. Daris,
:.. loTing , mother of .Izaiah Creaser of ProTidence,
, R. 1.. and William Creaser-of Francisco.
and sister of Mrs. A. R. Frobese of Peralta
park. Berkeley, a natlre of city of York, Eng-
; land. \u25a0 . :• '
DEGEN— In Oakland,' Cal.. Novembjer 9, 1910,
. William, belored husband of Nannie E. Degen.
:\u25a0 father of C. F. Degen and Mrs. A. Packard of
y Oakland, Cal.v and : : Mrs. W. Hr.'Helleman of
. Klamath Falls, a native of Germany, aged 57
years 9 months and 22 days. > \ .
FLANAGAN— In Los Angele*. November 6. 1910.
Colonel Francis G. Flanagan, beloved husband
•„ of Rose E. Flanagan and. father of Mrs. Rob-
ert Floyd- Jones and Mrs. S. S> McCord of St.
Separate Remedies, Each
DevweH for the Treatmefit "
of a Particular Ailment
- There" is no ;"cure-aH". among,; the 1
Rexall Remedies". .There; are different
andi separate,; medicines, each one de-
vised for^a; certain "human rfllment or
a-classiofailments'closely;- allied. -For
instance, , Rexall y Dyspepsia ' Tablets are
recommended for; the positive relief of
stomach irritation,; indigestion,- flatu-
lericy-^ and". UyspepsiaLT": They are i rich in
Bismuth-Subnltrate.^PepsinVarid Car-"
minatives. ...They, are prepared Hay spe-
cial' processes * whichVperfectr and ..en-
hance the'great: remedial value of these'
well-known; ";:medicinal^agentsV This
remedy/sells; for, 25 cents, * 50 cents and
$ 1.00 per package.' ; Every, one sufferin g
fronr stomach disorder, should; try Rex-
all Dyspepsia.T ablets,; inasmuch as th<y
cost : nothinff.if J they.; do not "satisfy. '..-
; V- Remember, ,TheT t Owl ; Dsug iCo.V Inc./
710.; Market j street/. 778 -Market" street;
Post : and ; Grant favenue; : \u25a0 Si xteenth and
Mission streets and PlllniordanJ Geary'
streets, VareKtTie * only \ stores 1 •; In 'San
Francisco where th*ese; remedies mnybe
obtained,? and;;everyl,onei.ih ; lneed^of i
jmedicine^iseursedgtbij.lnyesti gate*: and {
take advantage i of : the>f rank -and gen- J
;erous manner in \u25a0\vhich.they ! are*sold.'-T
Joseph, Mo., a satire of Kentucky, ased 75
years. . \u25a0
Interment St. Jjcmif. Mo.
TZXW — la East Oakland. Alameda county." No-
• rember 7. l§lo. Patrick, dearly beloved bes-
I I band of Mary Flynn. and loving father of May.
\u25a0 '".John and Leo" Flynn.-- and brother of Michael
• \u25a0.. Flynn of Eutte. Jlont.. and .Mrs. Kate Tooatg,
i . and Mrs. Patrick Nagle of San Francisco, a
\u25a0 native of Cortmashery. County Cork. Ireland,
ased 45 years. A member of the Riggers' and
l Steredores* Union. - ' »
Friends.and acquaintances are resnectfTrUT in-
vited .to ; attend the funeral today (Thnr*-
dayj, NoTember 10, at 1 p. vs.. from the par-
lors of the United Undertakers. 260 C Howard
street near Twenty-second, thence to St.
> Peter's church for services, cousmencins at X«:3O
V o'clock p. m. Interment Holy Crvss cemetery.
, GARDINER— In this city. November 5. 1910.
. \ Bertha Ashton Gardmer. beloved wife of Frank
.' H.. Gardiner, a native of San Fran«i«co<.
- Friends are respectfully invited to attend tbe
- funeral services today (Thursday)." Novem-
ber 10.-* 1910, at 10 o'clock a. ra.. at St. Ste-
phen's church. Fulton street N?tjre»n Webster
and Fillmcre. - Interment private? Please omit
Cowers. , •
HABXINGTON— In ihi« city.. November *- 1910.
Marcaret F. Harrington, beloved -wlfi» of
"> William C. Harringtoa. loving mother of John
O. and WlUijm C. Karrlnj'ton and Mrs. N. E.
Cnneo. daughter of Jnlia and the late William
IHckey. snd »lst*>r of W. HickeV 1 and Mrs:
S. Marrav. s native of Boston. Mass.
Funeral urill takr place toocrrmr iFrMsy).
\u25a0*t 9 a. m.. from the funeral parleys of I^arr
Bros.. 2917 Twentr-fourtb street between
Harrison »nd Bryant, thence to St. Charles
church, where c re«jniem mast will b« cele-
brated for th* rcpf>s<» of her soul.'oommei's'inp
»t 9:30 a. m. Interment private la Holy
Cross cemetery.;
KERH— in this city. November 7. 1910. Edith B.
Kerr, mother of Norman F. K««rr. a native cf
France, aged 69 years I month and 29 da.rv
Friends are respectfully Invited to * att»»»<l
\u25a0 the funeral today (Thursday) at 2 p. m..
from the chapel of N. Gray & Co.. 2196 Geary
' street J corner Devlsadero. Interment Cypress
Lawn cemetery by antomobiles.
the Eastern Star of this city are requested to
attend the funeral of our late sister. Edith B.
Kerrj of Tates Center. Kan., today rrhursdayV.
Novemher 10, at 2 p. m., at the chapel o{ N.
Gray & Co.. 218« Geary street corner Devi**-
dero/ KATE J. WILLATS, Grand Sec.
KINKE— In this dry. November s. 1910. H»nry
Clay Klune. beloved father of Miss Helen
Kinny of New York city, a native «f Connec-
ticut, aged SO years.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral services tomorrow (Friday), at 2
o'clock p. m.. from the cbap^l of the Tmman
undertaking company. »1919 Mission street b»-
twren Flfte«nth and Sixteenth. Cremation
Odd Fellows' crematory.
KNIEF— In Winehaven. Cat.. November S. 1910.
Ludolph H. Knief. beloved husband of Ida C.
Knief, aged 4T years.
LA BEEGE— In this city. November ?. 1910.
Walter C. La Berje. beloved bu*tw»nd of Sophie
Xobmann La Berre. father of- Clifford W. La
Berge. brother cf*TrHliaro. Frank. Silas <nd
Charles La Berge. Mrs. Matilda St. John of
.Montreal. Can., Mr*. Josephine Peebles. Mrs.
Henry Parqua and Mrs. Emma Burger of Loo
Angles, a native of Plattsburg. N. V.
Friends nnd acquaintances are respectfully in-
vited to attend the faneral tomorrow (Friday).
November 11. l»10. at 12:3O o'clock p. m.,
' from the funeral parlors of the H. F. Maass
company. 1335 Golden Gate avenue near Fill-
more street. Incineration I. O. O. F. crema-
tory. . Please omit flowers.
LYONS— At rest. November R. 1910. JanMT.,
dearly beloved son of Patrick and Annie Lyons,
darlln? brother of John J.. Thomas 0.. Henry
and Katherine Lyons an<l Mrs. Jobn W.
Wright, a natiTe of San Francisco. A member
of S»quoia parlor No. ICO, X. S. G. W., and
machinists' union No. 6S.
T>e fnneral -will take place tomorrow (Fri-
day). November 11. 1910, at 9 o'clock a. m..
from his late r.#*idene#. 1927 Bc»h street,
thence to St. Mary's cathedral, where a solemn
requiem hlffh mass will be celebrated at 9:SO
oVloek. Interment Holy Cross ceraetwry by
electric funeral car from Mlsstoa and Thir-
teenth streets.
L^.°NS— At rest, la this city. November 7, 1910,
Edith M;. dearly beloved daughter of J. M.
and the late Catherine Lyons, devoted sister
°-f Edwin and Arthur Lyons, granddaughter of
Catherine Brown aad Arthur Lyons, and niece
<*f_ Mrs. C. Hillard. Mrs. Sidney Hall of San
Francisco and Miss Mofiv Brown of Pacra-
m«jto, a native of San "Franclx*©. Cal. A
member of Alta parlor No. 3. N- D. G. W.
(Sacramento papers please copy.)
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in-
vited to attend the today <Tanrs-
«Jay>, at 10 a. m.. from her late residence.
4510 Eighteenth street near Douglass, thence
to the church of tbe Most Holy Redeemer,
where a solemn requiem high mass will be
celebrated for tbe repose of her sonl, I com-
mencing at 10:30 a. m. Interment Holy Cress
'cemetery, by carriage. t
ALTA PARLOR NO. 3. N. D. G; W.— Mem-
bers are requested to attend the funeral of
our.. late sister, Edith M. Lyons, today
(Thursday), at ft:. lo a. m.. from her .late
residence, 4310 Eighteenth street. By order.
JULIA MAXTOR, President.
C. L.. FAULKNER, Secretary. .V.S'
HAHOSEY— In this city. November 9. 1910.
Jeremiah Mahoney, a natiTe of Ireland, a;ed 65
year*. -*
itcKEXVER— In Hayward, Cal.. November R.
"1910, Jane Downs McKeever. • dearly beljrved
wife of ' Patrick MeKeever. and belovi»d! mother
of Mary, Joseph. Frances. Genevieve McKee-
ver. Mrs. Frank Henry of Fresno and Mrs.
Frank Lambrtsky. a native of County Clare.
Ireland, aged 69 years 3 months and 10 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in-
vited to att <-nd th« funeral tomorrow « Friday*.
November 11. 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m.. from
her lat» residence, tbence to AH Saints* chcrcb.
where a solemn high m**s will be celebrated
"for tbe repote of her soul.
HECHE — In this city, November 1 {>. '1910. An-
drew, dearly beloved husband ot Carolina
Mecke.' and devoted father of Mrs. Annie
Laumei6ter and Andrew and Agnes Mecke. a
native of Duderstadt-Hanorer. Prussia, aged
f>7 years 4 months and 5 days. A member of i
Verein Eintracht and MUlmen's Union No. 422.
EJ I 1 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 "' in "^ 1 1 i^ \u25a0 1 ZjT' Lq
I arid the East 1
{ Take the Electric Lighted San D
I Francisco "Overland Limited" via the jj
i Chicago, Union Pacific C& North r
[ Western Line, leaving San Francisco • gj-
! daily^at 10:40 a. m., insuring for yourf C
) self a pleasant trip surrounded by ideal |
i home comforts.'^ Less than three days I
0 enroute. :\u25a0 rj
1 \u25a0 > , The'- dining car service is that of- the B
} 'superb metropolitan hotel. Buffet-parlor- ? ffi
j observation car affords the charm of con- B
g genial travel companions, luxurious appoint- «
g merits and perfection of service. j -Gj
|S The China and Japan Fast Mail leaves fl
m , San^Frandsco daily at 9:00 p.m. fl
g Automatic electric safety signals all the }{
JO a ><. way to Chicago and more than jj
S /^^^^^t milea of double track. . 3
C iin^flS^r Information, tickets and ffl
S LHli^^^^ sleeping car reservations on ap- X
0 *^^^^*^k V^ CSL^ on to ticket agent or to G|
1 Jlliiifi R ' R ' RiichU $ - F ' B " th P
Dl ' X l«ss£AftM? Gw - Att - Fat - C "*' crv-u ' & « Ctn A - mt ' l '™ ?*<& X.X. rd
Gi >l^ffi^ 878 Market St> 42 Pvuetl St. Gj
ffi 0L1537 ' \u25a0 *'\u25a0 '
Oakland Office of 1468'ri'Jh'StJ
HHBHMRHBMnMBBsSMSH9BiH\u0094 :•:\u25a0 "*-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 i"--*«*i!4rtßi»?^ - - - , . . _. •..".••• • 'J.1.1t #4
1 : R*ma!n< at the parlors e> Suhr k Wieboldt
1255 Valencia aireet neir Twenty-fifth.
JCEYEJU- In Tuma. Aria..* November, 7., IDIB
Atlolpbi Meyer.
Friends and .acquaintances ar«» r-speotfulrj
invited to attend the funeral tvlc*<i *™"'
(Thursday >. at 2 oVlork p. m.*at Elks l*d*»
, rooms. Ta» services wtir b^ <?ondn< ;^ < L b^'^
Elks. Interment wUI be in Sunset \ lew ceme
M<>mbers are Ijerebr reqnw«t"d to attend th«
funeral of Brother Adolph Meyer of thUlods*
who died at Yuma. Aria.. ;j tT P "! nl> t r - ' ;
HERBERT JONES. Exalted Bulsr.
H. \. SULLY, Secretary.
MOXSLUin— In this city. November J9tt
Llbbl<» Catherine beloved daughter of f** 11 •*
' and Isabel T. of Lorlna M.
Leon W. nnd Leslie M. Morellini. a native <*
San Francisco. Cal.. ajred 3 years 6 months an.
7 days.
Friend* ar* re*p*ctfnl!y invited to atten>
the fnneral services tomorrow (Friday), at 1:':
o'clock r*. nv. from the home *t be* parents
4591 A Eighteenth street near Itattl*. Inter
ment Cypress lawn cemetery by carriage.
NICHOLS— In Soaoma. C«l._ Ko^mbw *. 191"
lit the- Presentation conTrtt. Sister Mary An
ntineiata Nl;bols. beloved daughter of Mm
. Margar«t Nlchoto. and sisrer of Albert Xlcb
ois, a native of San Ynnelsei*. \u25a0
X r*qi:icm rcsss win b<» said fn the conv»-»
chapel, at ?-->noaia today (ThuTSfiaT>. Nc
v»mb*r 10. lateraent tprlvate) la Holy Crcs:
cemetery. •:-';:
PAGE— In Oafciaat!. November 9. 191<V Mr*
" Anna G. Pag?, wif* of th* lat» William R
Page, mother of Ethel C. and William R. Pass
a natlvi* of Virginia.
Friends asd «!?t«wlata»r« are respectfully In
vit»'l to attend funeral *»rvWs toroorrow tFrl
dsy). November 11. ir>lt>. at 2 o'clock p. m..
from the f*mjly residence. 823 Sixtieth «rr*et
Oakland. Iclermect Mountain View cemetery
PARKER— In this city. November ». 1310. J*a
Mcßa<» Parker, a native of Portsmouth. V».
aged 61 years. Va.. 'papers pleas-
Friends are respectfully Invited to attem
the funeral nerric** today .(Thursday >
November 10. at tbe chajwl of N, Gray A CV.
2198 Genry itreet comer Devisadero. later
ment private.
PFTTXT— In this city. November J). 1910. M»r
A., beloved wlfff of the late James V. Pettir
loving mother of Mn. S. V. Gillie*. Mr*. .1
Montgomery. Joe. Laura. Vincent. Irving aw
Edwla Petflt. a native ot Ireland,
SMALL— Id this rtt.v^-»*TT#mb#r*7. Ml°- *tea
beth Bartlett Small, beloved wife of 1. H
Small awt lovlss motlier of Mri. Leon M. H*!l
Mrs. C. C. nopklas. Mrs. W. n. Dalton am
Henry Srnirll. a n»rtv» ot Maine, aged S
years 4 months «tv! 14 day*.
The services will b« held today iTmirs
*ar) at 11 a. m. at the chapel of Cypre»
Lawn cemetery. The funeral car will \*nr-
Thirteenth aad West Mls>slor» streets at 10: 1-
a. ra. K.-oi«in-i at tb- parlors of S. A. White
1214 Eddy street near Lacuna.
TTTRXXX— In this city. November 9. 19t<\ AKci
M. C. Tnroer. dearly beloved daughter o:
• Robert and Margaret E. Turner, ami helove«
sister of "not^rt Jr.. William. Edward, Lillian
' Charles. Stephen and George Turner, a n*tlv«
•f San Francisco. Cal. A member of Gen»
vl-ve parlor Nol 132. N. D.G. W.
Friends and acquaintances are respectful!}
invited to attend* the funeral t<wla;
\u2666 Thursday), at 9 o'clock a. m.. frota th«
residence ot ber parents. I«21 Tenth a*»nu»
South, tbence to All H«ll<iws* church, where i
requiem high mass will b« celebrated for th«
0 r«?pos» of her soul. eoramenHng at 9:CI
o'clock a. -oi. Interment HOI 7 Cros« cemeterj
by carriages.
Officers aad uiembert ef Ger»evlev» parloi
No. 132. N. D. G. W.— You are r*<ru»sted t«
attend tbe funeral of ear late sister. Ailct
Turner, from her late residence. 1621 Sauti
Tenth aveaue. this (Thursday) morning
at S:SO o'clock' By order.
TTJCSK — In this city. November 9. 1910. EasiHi
Kathorine. dearly beloved daogater ©J Josepl
and. Susanna UJcak and sister, of Anna. Marj
aad JoeepWne S. UJcsk. a native of San Fra^
elsco. Cal.. aged 1 year and 17 days.
WZXLEB — Entered iatr» rest ia this city. No.
vember ». 1910. at Hot»l Vtetoria. Mrs. Ml
renda "Weller. xridow of the iat» Colone.
Charles L. Well»r. and beloved nether «f Mr*
Mwla SteTeas and Mrs. Lanra W. Cropn»r,
a native of Oxford, 0.. aged S5 years. (N»t
York city and Hamilton. 0.. papers pleas*
copy. )
Friends are r#«r*!!«tfu!ly invtt»<J to- attend
the fnneral services tomorrow (Friday). No-
vember 11. at 11 ». bj.. •: the chapel of X.
Gray & Co.. 2139 Geary street corner Devisa
dero. Interment private.
RYAX— We- desire to express onr sJncert
thanks t» our relatlTea. and many friends fot
their acts ,of sympatfiv and beautiful flora,
offerings durins the sad hours of our bereave-
ment. ,"~~
\u25a0II — FOR
Seventy-Five Dollars
Moved to main office. 41 Van N*s« aT. Tel.
Market 711. e«aaeetlag all departments.
Bntncbes — 303 Montgomery ay. Oakland. 13-5
Fraaklta st.: t«l. Omklaad 4043. Los Aagvles.
827^Sonta Flgaeroa st.
Anttt Acibclaaces And Carriages for Hire.

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