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EVENTS IN THE COUNTIES BORDERING ON THE BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO SOCIETY PLANNING MANY DIVERSIONS Card Parties and Other, Events Are Announced for the Coming Week ; OAKLAND. April 20.—Mrs. William O. Henshaw has sent out cards for one of the largest bridge afternoons of the coming month, claiming 100 Quests on Thursday, May 11, at the Clarernont country club. A charming tea will round out the affair. The first of June, with her daughters, Mrs. Harry Chickering and Miss Flor ence Checkering, ami niece, Miss Alice Grimes, Mrs. Henshaw will go to Santa Barbara where she has leased a home for three months of the summer season. Miss-Amy Bowles was a ,hostess of the evening, entertaining at a dance at "The Pines." the family home In Clare rnont. Nearly 100 of the younger set of San Francisco and this side of the bay enjoyed the affair. In honor of her daughter, Mrs. Sey mour Hall. Mrs. Charles S. Houghton has sent out cards for a reception on the afternoon of Wednesday, May. 3.'at the. Houghton residence in Vernon heights. This is the first of a series of affairs which has been planned in wel come to the young matron, who with her husband has returned to .the bay cities to establish her home. Before her marriage of a few seasons ago, Mrs. Hall was Miss Ruth Houghton. The young couple after their marriage lived in the Hawaiian islands. Mrs. Edwin Goodall and her daugh ter. Mrs. Cooper, entertained at a lunch eon yesterday at the Fairmont, where they have had apartments for the win ter, a number of guests crossing .from this de. Mrs. Goodall and Mrs. Cooper are inning to open their Lakeside residence early next month. JGdge N. A. Acker and Mrs. Acker have planned an affair for their friends on the evening of Thursday. May 4, offering bridge as the diversion. Friends shared the hospitality of Miss Edith Selby and Miss Florence Selby this afternoon, when they entertained at the Selhy residence in Santa Rosa avenue at bridge, followed by tea. Mr. and Mrs. William Mann have sent out cards announcing the marriasre of their daughter, Miss Alice Olwin Mann, to Lester Horace Heacock. The cere mony was solemnized last.- evening at the Mann residence In East Oakland in the presence of a small . company of friends. .The couple will reside in Oak land. Heacock is connected" with a local bank. Miss Madeline Clay will enterfain to morrow tternoqpt at bridge and tea at "Level Lea" in honor of Miss Alice Al bright, whose maid of honor she will be at the wedding of Thursday evening,. April 27, in the Church of the Advent. The last favor which Miss Albright will accept before her marriage with Fred erick Farnum will he the luncheon at tho Country club, whoso honors she will share with Miss Charlotte Hall, the fiancee of James Kenna. Miss Muriel Steele will preside as hostess on this occasion. •- • • _ The marriage of Alexander C. IT. Chamberlain and Miss M. Audrey Rich ards was solemnized this evening at the' residence of the bridegroom's sister. Mrs. George C. Ryno, In Thirty-first street. The service was read by Rev. Clifton Macon, rector of Trinity Epis < opal church, and was witnessed by half-'a hundred guests. Mr. and Mra Chamberlain will spend their honey moon in the southern part of the state. .The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Eliza beth Richards, formerly of Grass Val ley. Chamberlain Is the son of Mrs. Henry Chamberlain. BERKELEY CONSIDERS DOLLAR WATER RATE Council May Raise City and Lower House Scale - BERKELEY, April 20.-—That the city of Berkeley .is buying water at a loss to the water company, while the house holders are paying the difference by a higher rate than other cities, is the latest, development in the controversy. According to present plans, the water rate to the householders may lie reduced I.) $1, while, the city's rate .t.-\Z cents for sprinkling will be raised. The change will result In but little difference ln the water company's receipts, as the citizens will have to pay the higher rates charged by the city. In taxes. . Councilman R. S. Berry deejared. however, that the change would take the.burden off the small property own ers and transfer it to the larger ones. The rate will not be fixed till next week. . —. — , _.». i Marriage Licenses | • OAKLAND. April 20.— The following marriage ! iic«n«es were issued today: . Joseph C. Bettencourt. 30, Newman, and Emma Aroujo. 21, ilecoto. Johnnie 'JT. Cores. 25, Fresno, and Constietta Alltera. 20. Oakland. Albert G. Burns, 23, Alameda, and Hazel A. Laffarty, 2"". Oakland. Alexander ('. H. Cbaraberlln. 25, and Mabel A. Richards. 21. both of Oakland. Albert A. Mock, 31.7 and Maude Brltton.': 25. both of Oakland. Edward \. Moore. 42. Nevada City, and Mil dred A. Wadams, 28. Oakland. Keim .1. .Neeley, 23. Guerneville, and Grace F. grave. 22. Oakland. EXTRAORDINARY AUCTION SALE Of Extra Fine 1 Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Paint ings, Cut Glass, Chinaware, Pianos, Etc. Moved From Piedmont Names of Parties "Not Mentioned by Request ' Sale Friday, April 21 10>30 A. M. -V 1037 Clay St, Near Tenth, Oakland •Comprising in part: 1 Fine Upright Piano, 1 Square Piano. 1 Extra Fine Cabinet; Phonograph and Records, Elegant Draperies, Lace Cur tains, Bric-a-Brac, Oil Paintings by Famous Artists, Bookcases, * Books, Writing Desks, Large Rugs, Choice Lot of Carpets, Mahogany and Weathered oak Parlor Pieces, Leather Chairs and Couches, Davehports, Birdseye Maple, Mahogany and Oak Odd Dressers, Chif foniers, Wardrobes, Bedroom'- Suites, Folding , Beds, Brass , and Iron Beds, Hair Mattresses, New <i Bedding. < Drop Head. Sewing Machine. -Weathered and Golden Oak Dining Tables, Chairs, Buf fets, Haviland China. Cut Glass, Silver ware, Extra Fine Gas Range,. 2 Pitts burg Heaters,' Steel-Range.;etc. " The abpve/goods are the finest offered at auction in Oakland for a long time. Open for inspection Thursday. i J. A. MUNRO-& CO., Auctioneers. J R. B. High, Who Is To Be Monologist on European Trip Y.M.I. MEMBERS TO PRODUCE PLAY OAKLAND, April 20.— dramatic club of Oakland council No. 6, Young Men's Institute, will present a comedy in three acts, entitled "The Million aire Freshman." Wednesday evening, April 26, at St. Anthony's hall. Six teenth ■ avenue and East Sixteenth street. Between the acts Ray L. Lar key will sing and Frank M. Flynn and James B. Poling will be seen In a buck and wing dance. The latest song suc cesses will be given by Misses Laura and Elizabeth- Bessdn. The proceeds will be used to,fit up the new clubrooms in Maple hall. The cast is as follows: John Wnrel.n .' Lawrence (*. O'Connell riradilly Jerome .** Frank M. Khun Bugs 5teven5.......... ....Jam»s B. Doling owl Grigs* Stewart C. Cronin Tin*- M'-Grath .........'..; Fred A.* Cnllln Professor Locke : Anthony P. lierrais Horace Frank M. Ryken St. Vitns Joseph 1,. Curran Mary Locks Miss Laura Beason Judith Blair Win Elisabeth Benson Mlsa Porter .. .Miss Marguerite Hoeniach Violet Miss Marie Nicholas fjesmrsttji^&gsr^tt • For the mother! in the home to te strong and well, ahle to devote her **"»• «"*■* strength to the rearing of children, is one of life'! greatest children injures the mother's health, rl^V^^^^^B^W-B-KSI'^P If sh* tas not PreP-rod her *7steir gJ^^_-^^^^^l^oo3!n@ioi^] ■_ advance for the important event. Women who use Mother's Friend are saved much of the discomfort wd suffering so common with expectant mothers. It is a penetrating oil that thoroughly lubri cates every muscle, nerve and tendon involved at such times, and thus promotes physical comfort. It aids nature _y. expanding the skin and tissues and per- The Doctor's Answers On Health and Beauty Questions The questions answered below are general in char acter; the symptoms or diseases are given and tha answers will apply to any case of similar nature.. . Those wishing further advice, free, may address* Dr. Theodore Beck, College Bldg., College-Ellwood Sts, Dayton, Ohio, enclosing ; self-addressed, - stamped en velope for reply. Full name and address must be given, but only initials or fictitious name will' be used ill my answers. The prescriptions can be filled at any well-stocked drug store. Any druggist can order of wholesaler. Mr. .1. M.: if yon are lathered with a "terribly"' Itching scalp, accompanied hy much dandruff, there i^^^^^^^^^^^k ia nothing superior to plain yellow minyol. which: ran be obtained of any well stocked druggist. It is in the form of a Paste. which is applied to th* hair and scalp and then rinsed nut with water. It is said to be a superior hair grower, and cures dandruff and ■ itching: after three . or four applications. Direction,- accompany 4 ounce jar. Margaret: If your height!* 5 < ft.'4 In. and your weight e.i,lt ins pounds, then tou are a victim of . '•malnsslmilatlon." In other words your system la> ks the power to absorb fat and flesh from the food you eat. For any one desir- Ing to Increase their weight, health and strength by Increasing the absorptive, powers I prescribe 8 grain hypo-nnclane tablets'. One tablet after each meal and one before retiring. Continue for several month*, or, until weight has increased 30 pounds or more. Frank R.r-ifD You may rest assnred that anr drug I mention,in my answers Is to be obtained of up to date retailers and from all wholesalers Try jour foremost druggist. , (21 Do not permit your child to be constipated even for 24 hours A splendid laxative for old. middle aged, and young follows: . Aromatic cascara 1 ox., comp essence cardiol 1 oa., • and aromatic syrup rhu barb 2 oct. Take a.half to a teaspoonfui after each meal. As a cathartic take two-teaspoon fula at -night. This formula is much used in our large , hospitals. - , ;»..,. Worry: ''-Your misery and worry can readily be understood, as you are tortured "by out of order kidneys, backache and Madder irritation. Your letter is meager, but if you hare any such symp toms as'painful stitches, pains In back. Inflamed and swollen eyes, nervous headache, irritability fererishneas.. chills, dizziness, weariness, U r,coh tro able . smarting or frequent urination.' espe cially at night, then you can rest assured that you need the following prescription for use at once: «■'Fluid ext. buchu l 01.. comp. fluid balm wort 1 ot:. and syrup saraaparilla comp 4 on. Mix- and take a teaspoonfui 3 to 4 times daily. Continue as long as any symptoms remain. Mrs. R. 0.: ill Your affliction is. indeed, weakening, and '"."ess prompt treatment is adopted it will lead to many complications, pos sibly requiring art operation. Leucorrhea whites* is * a foul, poisonous dlacharge of a catarrhal nature. ; and/becomes,* if neglected, a , fearful drain on the physical and nervous system of any woman. Use the; following antiseptic waah and Injection twice dally for a few weeks: Get* 2 01s. vilane powder and 1 ot. tannic acid.- To a quart of warm water add a teaspoonfui of vilane powder, and < a half teaspoonfui. of tannic acid Inject with ayrlnge. i (2> As a atrengthener and tonic obtain a package of 3 grain hypo-nnrlane tablets. *: The latter will Increase the weight of thin, nervous women, , **-.Ray. X.: You aay" all cough medicines causa you to become constipated. * Naturally, ■■ constipa tion makes your cough become more chronic r,»t the impurities out of your system and cure yonr cough at'the same time with the following splendid prescription: .; Essence Mentho-taxene 2*4 ozs., granulated. sugar syrup l.*i>. 3 01s. Mix Take , a teaspoonfnl every hour or .' two. . Make the sugar syrup yourself. _Use 1: pint sugar and 14 pint: boiling wa»er; : . heat,- stir, and let coo*.* This la a.laxative'wben 8 to 10 dons are taken dally. ■ ■*«'■; •; ; Mrs.; L. E. 0 E.: ■'_ Here. is a . splendid; bust 'de- THE SAN: FRANCISCO CALL. FRIDAY. APRIL 21. 1911. U. OF C. GLEE CLUB IS GOING ABROAD "Oski Wow Wow" to Resound Through Champs Elysees and Strand BERKELEY, April* 20.— College songs and yells of the University of Califor nia will be heard.: in Paris, London, Berlin and other European cities, ac cording to • the . plans .of 'the glee club .which will cross - the * continent • and ocean to visit Europe this year during the summer vacation. The usual" trip of the club to Chicago will * precede the. longer Journey. The students under the management of the H. P. Hlbbard and with Clinton R. Morse as director, will leave here May 17 for the first leg of the journey.; That evening a concert will be given at Richmond and others will follow at the several cities along the line of the Santa Fe railroad, under whose auspices the trip | will be taken jas far as Chi cago. At Albuquerque and at Chicago the glee and mandolin clubs will give a * competitive * concert against ■ the Stanford clubs, which will make the trip, but follow a different route except at these two cities. ■ - . "• • The members of the glee club will continue from Chicago to New Tork while the mandolin club will commence its homeward journey. A stay of about ! two weeks in New Tork is planned by the college singers, who will sail June 14 for Cologne on the Hamburg-Ameri can liner Pretoria. The glee club, -Who will make the transcontinental and European trips are: -, ':■_'*■■ '-\\'. '-vY First tenor—TV. W. Clinch. Gilbert Willoughb*-. J. A. Stroud. H. P. Hibbard. Second tenor— Hamilton, A. C. Sue. S. L. Arnot. S. B. Peart. First baa*—V. R. Mason, F. S. Peterson, M. A. Stern. R. C. Wheeler, H. P. Williams. Second bass— Irring V. Anaar, E. M. Einstein, H. W. Sherwood, R. (**. Knight. ' ' Monologlst—R. B. jilgh. ' Director— Clinton E. Morse. To raise funds for the European trip the glee club will '„give a concert in Harmon gymnasium the evening of April 28, for which an elaborate pro gram has been prepared. FIRE ALARM SYSTEM ADOPTED BY ALBANY Additions to _ Police Force Also Planned by City ALBANY, April . 20.A fire alarm system has been adopted by the city of Albany and" will be Installed at once with four alarm boxes and a central station; containing a large tower bell ! striker at a cost of about $1,000. Boxes will be" located at these points: Brighton street and San Pablo avenue; Main, street and San Pablo avenue: Stannage street and Marin avenue, and Kains and Dartmouth streets. With the installation of the new sys tem the trustees will probably Increase the police force, giving several assist ants to Chris Miller, marshal. DR. THEODORE BECK ▼eloper. The : prescription : given below is the one used by: a famous beauty: specialist ■ who operated on many of our most famous and beau tifully formed actreasas. I know nt many who have increased the bust from 4 to 6 inches by a few weeks', regular treatment: . Compound tinc ture cadomene 1 ox. (not cardamom), glycerine _ oct.. rosewater 3 ots.. and . 1 teaspoonfui *of borax. Mlx all together, shake and apply to the parts, massaging thoroughly until absorbed. Then wash off - any stain with hot ■ water and soap.' Then massage^ with olive * oil •or sheep tallow. Apply a, teaspoonfui morning and night for several• weeks. ■ .i ...-, .." ,- . ;.". 4 George T.: Nasal catarrh Is ver^Ldlatresaing, and to most of us disgusting. Everr human be ing should nas" a nostril antiseptic wash at least once daily, as the nostrils catch and.retain dirt •nd disease germs with every breath we draw. DM the following twice dally and your.catarrh will soon vanish: Get 2 ots. vilane powder. To a pint of warm water add half a teaspoonfui of the powder. • Snuff ■ into . the nostrils from - the hollow of the hand and gargle the throat. - Also make an ointment. with. a leval .teaspoonfnl of vilane powder and one ounce of vaseline. Apply ointment well up in the nostrils twice dsilv. In ternally take 3 grain anlpherb tablets, packed in tubes..-, Continue regularly and catarrh will soon vanish. »• »■■-•—■.■>-;.. ,-,■..,■_:.».• ■.•■■•-, .<-...., Mrs. O. !_:» People with weak stomachs 'can only avoid misery by dieting carefully or taking something which will aid and increase the nat ural agents of the stomach. Such symptoms as sour risings, gas on .the stomach, belching, bead ache," dizziness, • nausea, . bloating, heart pains, foul breath, nervousness, weakness, etc.. can be readily overcome 'by the regular use of tablets triopeptlne. Powerful digestion follows and symptoms soon vanish " ■: -.: . I.lzale: (1) For greasy, stringy, unsightly hair I know of nothing so good as a "dry shampoo" of ■an •« antiseptic, medicinal character. - Mix . 6 ozs. of pulverized orris root with 2 ozs.. vilane I powder. Sprinkle • a teaspoonfnl into the hair and work Into the scalp with the fingers. • Then comb and brush the hair until it is all removed, and the grease, dandruff, j etc., will all -be re moved, leaving the hair clean, f fluffy , and lus trous. Use : this two or three times a week at first. » This promotes the growth of i hair ■ better than any liquid preparation, and is not harmful In the least. (2) For dandruff and Itching scalp get a 4 c«. jar of plain yellow minyol and follow directions accompanying. . . ■ Harold: • Your * questions ' and symptoms ..have been answered and explained several times here tofore "In these columns,: but as they ■ may have escaped your attention will repeat my _ advice, as I have for many . others. You have •* a ■ bad case of scrofulous blood and should use the fol lowing for several ! months, until your system lis thoroughly cleansed of blood poiaons: Aromatic cascara 1! 0t.." syrup ■ trlfolinm: comp. .* 4 ozs.. comp.. fluid balmworT I oz. Mix. Take a tea- , spoonful 4 times dally. *"•.'»-f- Mrs. W. M.:: Having been 111 *so long, you need*a" vitalising nerve tonic > to< increase your strength j and > overcome \ stomach weakness, "ner vousness, dlsslneas. '. poor circulation, etc. The following makes the beat tonic treatment I have ever used: Compound < syrup ■of hypopboephltes 6 oss.; tincture cadomene 1 oc.-;(not cardamom), and fluid: balmwort. loa.'.' Mix. , Shake well and take * a teaspoonfui before *or " after > meals • and one at bedtime. Continue 6 to 8 weeks.* -,- G. I.: For Incontinence, or bedwettlng. of children I give from B.to 10 drops of compound fluid balmwort tn water or on sugar 4 to « times daily, and usually in a few days. or.weeks at the most,. a curs follows...Try lt for jour c-Ud. CHILDREN OBSERVE WILD FLOWER DAY • Floral Specimens Will Be on Exhibition at the Library April 22 0 OAKLAND,. April Wild flower day, which * has been held annually since.l9o4, with the exception of 1906, will be held Saturday, April 22, from 9 o'clock in the morning until 9 o'clock In the evening, in the children's room of the, Oakland free 0 library. A com mittee composed of one teacher; from each school.is in charge and the speci mens of flowers :. which * will be shown have been collected by children from the different school** selected by the committee. , Many rare specimens have been gath ered in the different districts about the city and have been sent from the coun ty library branches and some from San Mateo county. Among the districts represented will ■* be , Rockridge ; park and quarry, - Dimond canyon, Tunnel road. Piedmont district, Trestle glen, Leona heights, Lake Chabot, Joaquin Miller heights, Moraga road, Mill * val ley and Mills: college ' district. At last year's show more than 3,000 visitors came * to see the collection of flowers. POLICEMAN RESIGNS -Berkeley. April 20.— Special Policeman A. P. Scott of the Berkeley ' police force, reslm«i today becau«e of ailing health. He will « leave shortly for Phoenix, Aria. C?^"*' * *vSh' "*—<- __•**._•_* jaa. Office Open investigate"* piedmont manor \ ... .. - I ■ ■ ■ ..-■-.. ' —^-.., ■'■'■ ■ • '*- '■'•■"■ * Automobile [Grand Opening Saturday! information Coupon 1' . o J- Coupon cut this out and man to us if f/ vitally important ads to Prices, terms, , guarantees, and '':'.■'/ you wish our automobile to call .... / 0 V ' and take you out to SEE Pled- ' consider in relation to this general information in a "' . ..-,.■ . . .tf ana uks you out to &_b Fled- < . °. /Cut this out and mail to us if / mont Manor. *v 'property - nutshell] you desire further Information^ l • '•.," *, *- ."'■" - • *.- ■. • * ■■■■-...,. : , , ' * 0•' - ' ' , > -' - ■, ■ '■"' ■ ''''*.. ■ -.:' ■' ' * ' ■ ' REALTY SYNDICATE " First. It is the only remaining Prices average $25 per front foot. V , -j V unsold subdivision in Alameda "V, REALTY SYNDICATE I_lB Broadway County within walking distance of Price includes all street work, *.'"'• "V* Oakland ■ *'**<" Key Route. It is also passed .-. , ,««,. ._ . *V" 1218 Broadway v VJaKiana ** .•■-. .... .- ... sidewalks, sewers, water, gas and • \ .. • by one car line and within walking * . - distance of another." / electric mains, curbs, gutters, etc: Oakland Send Your Automobile to * Second. The arrangement of the In fact, we GUARANTEE to pro •' - .My Address lots A™™****' Parks, etc., was ceed at once to equip this property «__, M „ _.. V * * nuu « planned by a landscape architect -'■•'■' * '. Send Me Further Informa who realized the value ot wide lots* : for IMMEDIATE occupation, and ■ ■ - * • -_.'. and who treated the property a are ready RIGHT NOW in our ~ •'.. relative .' to Piedmont • WHOLE and NOT as a. collection' .' •,.- ,■• ' - V -■' V Manor . - *. - —. ,-,-... building department. to make con- Manor. :Y' ,Y"isate.' ' Hour." nf units. . The; result js that Pied- v .. 7 . -■* v. ' '0 * *'' ; mont < Manor is one ;of the most tracts to build homes if you choose V * 0 :'■*"' '- ' ;- .'*" '"'_■,' beautifully laid; out subdivision^ in ■'•-*"Y '-':. .■'■'". ' *". •"' •■ Central 'California. : : to have-us build for you..y 0: ■ •' - ' •"■ —— — — Third: It is the. only section of Terms ten per cent of the pur- "■'. "*'** •••••••••: ■ Piedmont *thatjs' absolutely pro- --...■ - . > ' jv ' tected from, the wind. This advan-: chase pi^e-per month. Balance - ;/• :.:..................... ...'. -tage;can_only:be appreciated by -at . the Me of $15, $20 or $25 a ' .....v.... visiting *■ the property on*, a-" windy .-*■"■'. -* ; . •* ■ ...*■- "•"• . 0* ;,,■.. ' ■v ', 'day.' • month. ' , .. ** '■'■''*'.' -*' Y.;.Y............;....Y:.....l Fourth. ,' It has; seven times "the '■• XT *-♦___» _ * : * elevation of Lake Shore Avenue, No interest and no.taxes until Lake Merritt, and twice the eleva- July 1, 1912. After that date six , tion of. 14th and Broadway.' The ■.t _, __ . - s *-. drainage is wonderfully fine—which* P" Cent on * deferred payments.: is very important. No lots less than 60 feet wide. , ""•' "/•'.*. ».'.' - ? Fifth. There - J^. '■' No residence '. ' " •"' '"" are only 72 lots . jf-_Wf__t. costing less than ■■•••■•■•••...................... . ; 1 in the entire tract. _*_gfgi|3Bigl $3,000 allowed to -" H99SfI99B9SSSBHSBI and if you do not be erected upon _' ——-— —. ' ——^ AM PDDAP Aty ogra hi- I sclcct °* re?erve xflU_l___! fcCV the tract and only . " ' — ~ AN ERROR cal'^rror^oc- >'°H r ,ot AT t+Ya__*_\y___T»\\)^7-m*\. one residence ■ al- Within 8 minutes' walked!.- 1 curred in our advertisement'yes-* ONCE you may /,t_K» 11 I"J lA__U____&W lowed noon ■M^h"*'' *** walKln» <»«-. tt tl h n at 2 orn, e, dnX n; notbea6letoge^4gSl-BSBBSB& jo^ed upon each ■*«« °< the Piedmont station walking distance of the Key any, for we will ■.-•■ -. . *V _f Free Drelimi- ■■ . Y^ffWtfftwWfflßWlßMttßl I <"'° m,^T. J day n°igW by -un 1218 Broadway, Oakland fc -" lot. , '™«*c° mB5 minute,. SOCIETY WOMEN AID DAY NURSERY Maids and Matrons Give Musi cal Program to Help Mothers N of West Berkeley BERKELEY, April 20.— novel pro gram of musical and literary; numbers was presented this evening at the Berkeley high school auditorium,, for the benefit of the Berkeley day. nursery. The first half of 'the program con sisted "of a Burmese: story;in' song, "A Pagodai of Flowers." The second ; part included ;' a. r r number yof. _. French and Italian selections incorporated *an "Italian Street, Scene," the stage being set to. represent a flower market in Naples. ' 0- 'Mrs. Orrin Kipp McMurray, soloist at St. John's Presbyterian church of Berkeley, directed the musical numbers, while Miss ' Georgia Cope •of ' Oakland acted ,as stage manager. * The entertainment was given to raise $1,000 needed for the : erection of a building i for the ; Berkeley day nursery for children of mothers who are em ployed.* Mrs. ';. Fred Clark, r one of * the directors; Mrs. Beverly. Hodghead, ' and other society.- matrons had charge of the ; entertainment. • i" OIL COMPANY INCORPORATED — Oakland. April 20. -Articles 'of incorporation •of the Anglo-Utah;« oil ■ and • development company • were filed today >by W. E. Rode. L. .H. Stuart. A. Barley. J. F. Tiir_e»r' and . John Simpson. The capital stock, of th* cempany is $50,000. ; . OFFICER HITS FOR MAYOR UP A TREE Albany Executive Shows tie Is Sprinter and i Did Not Get Pussy Willows 7 ALBANY, : April 20.—Mayor ' George "W. i Browne, crossing Cerrito creek, * the dividing'; line between Albany and Con: tra Costa county, to ; obtain pussy willow branches, was treed by peace officers of that : county, but ** he ".Anally/' made * his By constipation cured 4H A headache cured l|| B indigestion- cured || Red Raven 1 B sparkling laxative water | B '" small bottle; one a dose J j ? everywhere 15c I f "Ask the Man W escape before they learned who he was. Browne Is. now telling the story as a good Joke on ; himself. 0 Accompanied, by: R. Goold, clerk.* of the Vsanitary and health, commission. Mayor Browne thought to aid the local school by obtaining branches to-decor ate the hall for a:dance.",;Goold. carried the ax' while Browne climbed the < tree. The constable Jat Rust '. heard the commotion a.nd sought out the tres passers. .Goold fled when he • saw him but 0 Browne hid among If the ? branches until ■■ the constable/ walked. some dis tance' beyond him, and he too fled for safety." " The conßtable gave chase, but Browne was too, fleet of foot. The constable brought the ax to Al bany this I morning and asked for the owner, as he swished to . return it. He thought the joke was really on him. ■- ?^:,;burk; *■ *C«sP^.'' * An una celled m&^M 3*fcwsl product of the Wm% Jjjs&rKy' DEI.SOL BROS., ftjiffill tJ|& : Home M 2042 , """I1 JUt'lßUSl y'