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Daughter of Pioneer Pacific
•Master Mariner Married
in Oakland
OAKLAND. June 7.—With a charm
ing simplicity of detail, the marriage
of James Henry I^venson of San Fran
cisco and Miss Harriet Alexander was
solemnised this evening at the Alex
ander residence in Franklin street. The
bride is the daughter of Captain E.
Alexander and Mrs. Alexander. As one
of the pioneer, mariners of the coast
and master of the Pacific Coast steam
ship company's Santa Rosa. Captain
Alexander is prominently known in
shipping circles on this seaboard.
Since her debut Miss Alexander, in
whose marriage-so wide a circle of
friends were Interested, has been a fa
vorite with the younger set. Although
her betrothal was formally announced
only last month, she has been honored
at a procession of complimentary af
fairs, both here and across the bay.
Only -the members of the Lavenson
and Alexander families witnessed the
marriage service of this evening, which
was read by Rev. Albert W. Palmer.
pastor of Plymouth Congregational
church. Neither the bride nor bride
groom was attended.
The wedding dress was an exquisite
hand embroidered lingerie robe worn
over white satin. The conventional
bridal veil was omitted. Lilies of the
valley, caught with knots of tulle,
formed the bride's bouquet.' She war,
given into the bridegroom's keeping by
her father.
The rooms where the informal re
ception was held were beautifully deco
rated in a mass of roses In the varying
shades of pink relieved with ferns and
palms. After the wedding supper Mr.
and Mrs. Lavenson left on a honey
moon. They are planning to establish
their permanent home in San.Francisco,
where Lavenson is engaged in business.
Miss Hazel Cole was another bride
of the evening to choose a simply ap
pointed house wedding, with only the
members of the immediate families wit
nessing the marriage ceremony which
made her the wife OX Raymond Pond.
The wedding is of much interest to the
smart set in the cities bordering the
bay, as both the Cole and Pond families
are well known.
Throughout the house was carried
out a dainty color scheme in white
and pink sweet peas, which was per
fected in the beautiful bower erected
in the living room where the marriage
service was read by Rev. H. J. Loken,
pastor of the Christian church of
Berkeley. „?"•>..;*;
The bridal gown was in the empire]
mode with a long train. It was' made
of ivory satin and trimmed in exquisite
lace. A coronet of orange blossoms
held In place the tulle veil. The shower
bouquet was of.lilies of the valley. .
Miss Alma Vass was the bride's only
attendant. She wore an empire robe
of white chiffon cloth over pale pink
satin. The gown was spangled in
silver. Miss Vass carried an armful
of maiden hair fern.
Cecil Cole attended the bridegroom as
best man. ■. - '-'-'Vv^.^C.
After their wedding tour Mr. and
Mrs, Pond will go to Lake county to
reside, where a home has been made
ready for their occupancy.
The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. I* C. Cole of Grove street, and
one of the well liked girls of the Berke
ley younger set. Pond Is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pond. .His
mother is one of the leaders in club
work both here and in San Francisco.
Pond took his degree from the college
Ot pharmacy. He is established in his
profession in Lake county.
The event of tomorrow evening will
re the only concert at which Miss
Mabel Rlegelman will appear during
her California visit. The Macdonough
theater will be taxed to, accommodate
the friends of the gifted young protege
of Mme. Gadski. A number of box
parties have been- arranged, among the
hostesses being Mrs. Oscar Lunlng,
whose interest in the Oakland girl
was responsible for the opportunity
which has been given her.
Miss Rlegelman has announced a
program of unusual interest, including
numbers from the more popular grand
operas. In compliment to Frederick
Maurer Jr.. who will assist her at the
piano, she will sing one of his original
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Werner an
nounce the betrothal of their daughter.
Miss Henrietta • Werner, to Christian
Benzlng. Both the Werner and Ben
zing families are pioneer residents of
Alameda. - Benzlng is connected with
the government service. -His bride
elect is a musician of ability. The mar
riage will take place in August.
An attractive home Is being built by
Renzing for his bride.
The formal announcement of the en
gagement was made at an afternoon, at
which more than a dozen friends of
Miss Werner were entertained.
Congressman Returns to Coast
With His Family
ALAMEDA, June 7.—Congressman
Joseph R. Knowland, 1 accompanied by
his wife, his two sons and Mrs. Know
land's mother, Mrs. Florence B. West,'
arrived from Washington - this after
noon.. Mr. and Mrs. Knowland' will re
turn to the national capital after a
short visit. The remainder of the fam
ily will spend the, summer months In
this city.- .... t/, . ,
"It Is generally, admitted that few of
the measures now before congress will
pass the senate. Personally, I believe
that the reciprocity measure will pass
the senate, but there are many well
posted men in Washington who predict
that the bill will not.come to a vote
and that if it does it will fall of pass
age. .'.-'■>; . i .■.'..-.-;. t f ,•,.-.. ■-.
"The apportionment bill which
passed the house. Increasing the mem
bership of that body by forty-three,
will not pass the senate at this session.
This is conceded.' While I opposed any
increase in the present membership. I
nevertheless voted for the bill Anally,
believing t.*!3< congress should take ac
tion at this session."
' Marriage Licenses ; ]
-♦ —, . ' . ——--«.
. OAKLAND, June 7.—The following k marriage
licenses were Issued today: . \ '.;".'-.,"
0 Joseph H. Bennlng. 55, and Anna Peterson. 55,
Ixfth of Sacramento. • ■-*
Edward F. Sullivan, 24, and I.aurine Smith, 54,
nth of Oakland.
Herbert E. Knoliln. 26. Palo Alto, and Kath
erine Hurfl,. 29, Stanford unWarslty.
Hear* C. White. 22, and Alice B. Grange, 18,
both of Sacramento. - ■■•< v „. ■ ■
George F. Howling. 21. Oakland, and Frances
"51. < hampnez. 24. Berkeley. , -
John Phillips. 28, Oakland, and Era M. Thomp
son, 26, San Jose.:;
: Xela, J. . I.lndstrom, 29, and Emy E. Pearson.
22. Berkeley.
, Herbert B. Klneaid. 22. and Florence H. Pet
erson. 20. both of Oakland. -
Dominie J. Mortara. 21. and Joaephlne Xergan
elnl, IS, both of Alameda. ■
... , . , .:• ... '. . .. „-.- • •■••■'
Oakland's furniture'dealer. Specials
all lines.. W8 nth st. H. Schellhaas. •
MagjMaMa3ajasaaaMajs»aiga-?Bgfla^^tE^-:w-***s?? iiji mnwirfrß .
Miss Harriet Alexander, June
Bride of James H. Lavenson
Mrs. James Henry Lavenson, a bride of yesterday, who was Miss
Harriet Alexander of Oakland, daughter of Captain E. Alexander, master
of the steamship Santa Rosa. " ' \ /
Citizens' Committee Is Arrang
ing an Elaborate Program
for Independence Day v
ALAMEDA, June 7.The committee
in charge of the arrangements for the
celebration to be held here on " the
fourth of July is rapidly perfecting
details. Secretary Charles R. Smith
and his assistants-have been meeting
nearly night and are leaving nothing
undone to insure the success of the
coming demonstration.
The publicity department of the
Southern Pacific company has informed
the committee that the company will
have an electrical sign announcing the
! celebration located near the ferry sta
! tion in San Francisco.
The Alameda turn verein , has been
Invited to take part in the German
night program that is being arranged
by the committee for July 1. - • -
Next Tuesday evening a whist, tour
nament will be held in Moose hall for
the benefit' of the celebration funds.
Thirty prizes will be awarded.^
The -Alameda boosters will have * a
float In the parade at the cherry car
nival In San Leandro. The program
of athletic events in connection ] with
the Independence day celebration will
be the largest ever witnessed here.
PAINTER FOUND 'GUlLTY—Oakland. June 7.—
man Metz. a painter, waa found guilty of
rer-Hring stolon property today by a Jury in
: Juris* .Waste's mart. Hi will be sentenced
• Friday. '.
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine time* in ten when the liver ii right the
stomach sad bowels are right k
LIVER PILLS sdmfflyt^s.
gently but firmly com-^fl fl ■ : „
£»&~*M BCaotW
Cures Con- 97 VITTLC
&s^jhSw- i,ver
Headache, and Distress after Eating.
■.. Snail Pill, Small Don, Small Pries
Genuine nam bear Signature .
detect IfcuMety!
Get the Original and Genuine
? The Food-drink for Alleges,
For Infants, Invalids.ancl Growing chilclren.
Pure Nutrition, up building the whole body!
Invigorates the nursing mother and the aged.
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
A quick lunch prepared in ■ a minute.
Take no substitute. Ask for HORLICK'S.
fa No Combine or Trust
Greme de Camelia
Beautifies • and Preserves \ the Com
plexion,, absolutely free - from" harmful
ingredients. 50 a cents at all i Druggists'.
Made in ' California, sold everywhere.
Custodian of U. C. Gymnasium
Gets Black Eye for De
manding Damages
BERKELEY, June 7.—A balloon^
landed in the back yard of R. L. Hemp
hill's home last evening and brought
Hemphill all sorts of trouble. First,
it ruined his vegetable patch. Then It I
brought him a black eye.
Hemphill,' who lives at 2416 Roosevelt
avenue and is the custodian of the Har
; mon gymnasium at the University of
California, has placed a charge of bat
tery against six attendants from Idora
park who came after the balloon.
When a man came with a wagon and
asked for the balloon, the decided to
i eep the bag' until he received dam
j ages. ■■ ' -:>'l ;•?£■:
The man left, but he returned with
five others. Hemphill says one of the
men hit him i nthe eye.
atPli ff^^n *>IPP"
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This.modern five room bungalow; lot 50x125 Price
$3,000; $200 cash, balance $25 a month. Also a number of
other houses and bungalows located fit Melrose Heights.
Melrose Heights is rapidly, developing into one of the .- ■
best suburban sections of Oakland. The new S. P. electric
line passes directly through the tract. The Traction Com
pany have recently secured a franchise which will also run
the entire length of the tract.
; The John ; C. Fremont High School, the Melrose
'. Heights Grammar School and Mills' College'are all
within a short walk of any lot on the tract. Every lot .-".'l
in Melrose Heights is on high, sloping ground.. Several
of the houses we have here for sale have six, seven and
eight rooms and are located on the famous Foothill
Boulevard, which passes through the tract.
There is no possible reason why you should continue
to pay rent when you can buy a home so well located as
.; this on such easy terms.
Take East 14th Street car line and get off at 50th
Avenue, walk ,two blocks; to the tract office, or /telephone.
and let us take you out in one of our automobiles and
show you -this, property., Going out with us places you
under no ( obligation.
1259 Broadway Oakland, Cal.
Lieutenants and Captains Are
Named to Go From House
to House
OAKLAND, June 7.-—The Equal Suf- |
frage amendment' league of Oakland is
completing plans for the precinct cam
paign which will be opened next week
under the direction of Mrs. Freda 'liar- !
rold Bain. The city is being districted j
with captains and lieutenants, who will j
make a house, to house canvass in the j
interests of the election for the state
amendment granting the franchise to
The executive board will hold its
weekly meeting Monday morning. In
the headquarters in the Union Bank
building-. ■'
< The officers are:
( President. Mrs. Agnes Ray; vice pres
ident. Mrs. F. M. Murray; recording sec
retary, Mrs. . Dorothea Harnden; cor
responding secretary, Mrs. Sarah Bor
land; treasurer, Mrs. Elsie Lyons.
Women's Morals Best, Girls Say
BERKELEY,' June 7.—At a meeting
of . the woman suffragists of Berkeley
this afternoon, Miss Elois Elden, a pupil
of the local high school, said: "Woman
is morally man's superior." Miss Elden,
who is is years old, la one of the
youngest suffragists in the state.
■ "Before the targe crowd which at
tended the meeting of the Equal suf
frage league at its quarters in
Bancroft way, Miss Elden discussed
mainly the moral benefits which she
believed would accrue of woman's
moral .superiority to man ,and pointed
out the benefit In this direction which
has been accomplished in Wyoming,
which she attributed to woman suf
Miss Fanny McLean, head of the Eng
lish department in Berkeley high
school, and Doctor Brown of Ban Fran
cisco also addressed the meeting.
Bishop O'Connell to Deliver
Address to Graduates
OAKLAND^ .In: 7.—Graduation exer
cises of the College of Holy Names
will be held Thursday afternoon and
eight students will receive diplmas.
The principal address will he deliv
ered by Right Rev. Bishop D. J. CTCon-.
nell. He will be greeted on behalf of
the class by Miss Josephine Ench.
Among others who will take part in the
program are:.
Bernke Brocks. Elsa Oberdeener, Doris Craw
ford. Sabine Bolanos. Ilaphaela Mnrcor. Beatrice
Bloomer. Virginia S. Bors. Josephine, M. Dunne.
Louise E. Carpenter, Dorian Wright, Florence
The graduates are: ;
■Virginia. S. Boys. Pasn Rabies: Bornice K.
£rooks. Alameda: Louise K. Carpenter, San Fran
cisco: Doris J. Crawford. Oakland; Josephine M.
Dunne. San Jose: Josephine Km-li.Oakland; Elsn
G. Oberdeener, Stfx-ktou; Dorian E. Wright. I
Stockton.' , °V • . |
Product Said to Have Been
Found in Oakland.
OAKLAND, June 7. —Articles of in
corporation of the Oakland natural gas
company have, been filed with «the
county clerk. The company is capital
ized at 1300,000. with .W>,ooo shares nt
$1 a share. . The directors are: C. "W.
Porter. S. L Klarnet,. J. E. Cofer, T. T. I
McMahon and N. B. Myran. , .
It was announced today by Porter,
who .is president, that C. L. Cofer of
Red Bluff, througH an instrument with
which he has been experimenting for
30 years and which he calls a terres
trial wave detector, has located natural
gas sources within the city limits of
This instrument. Porter asserted, has
also located oil land. •
Today. Fri. and Sat., specials in fur
niture. 11. Sec el! ha as, 40* nth, Oak'd.*
; Morehouse Tells Board He Made
$12,000 Error in His
OAKLAND, June 7.—C. C. Morehouse,
a San Francisco contractor, who J was
awarded the contract for- plastering in
the new city hall, would throw up the
job if permitted to do so by the board
of public works. He appeared before
the board this morning arid asked that
his certified check for 14,075 be re
turned, saying he had made an error
in his figures, and ascertained that; his
contract of $40,750 would = net him a
loss of $12,000. ;..'.
Should Morehouse throw up the con
tract, his certified check would prob
ably be forfeited to the city. Mayor
Mott and City Attorney Woolner in
formed Morehouse that the law govern
ing public contracts would be violated
if his demand were granted: Woolner
explained that while Morehouse,' ac
cording to his "representations, faces a
loss of $12,000 on the contract, the city
in turn would be put to' financial loss
by abrogation of the" contract, since
new bids would have to be sought and I
considerable time .wasted.
Instead of acting today, the board re
ferred Morehouse to J. J. Donovan and
Sullivan W. Jones, representing Palmer
& Hornbostel, the city hall architects,
who will re-examine his specifications
with him. ■:, •'.;".:- -'*■;. r
Morehouse's hid on plastering in : the
new city hall was $16,000 lower than
that of any competing contractor. He
now asserts that his figures should be
at least $12,000 higher if he Is to com
plete the contract without an actual
loss in money.
BERKELEY, June 7.— The first, sec
ond and sixth troops, boy scouts, of
this city, left this morning, for their
encampment at Inverness, accompanied
by Percy R. N. Jenkln, Prof. Victor
Lrigda of the University of, California.
Richard Carter. Dr. 11. R. Bell and.
Colonel Rufus Lane.'
If you have one of The Call's ' special^Bookiovers.'Con
test certificate books.
• Armed with one of these, you can tear out ; the; certifi- v ■"' \ :
cates arid mail them in from time to time for extra pic-^.^^"^
tures and coupons.
Just drop the sheet of paper on which you have writ
ten your order for pictures and coupons in % the envelope,
drop in also the certificates necessary to cover the order,
and send it off to the Booklovers'Contest Editor.
That's a lot better, than having to juggle the neces
sary nickels into a letter, or rush out to the postoffice to .•'.'.'.
. buy stamps every time you want a few pictures and cou
pons to make extra answers in the contest. " : "
The certificates are, in reality, paper money. Each
book contains 10 certificates, and each certificate is good '■■'■: "
for five pictures and coupons of any date or dates desired.
t That is, each certificate is really worth 25 cents, when
it comes to purchasing pictures and coupons. -
.When you buy a certificate book for $1, you pay- . •": • *
ing $1 for $2.50, for the 10 certificates in each book are
good for 50 pictures and coupons, you see, worth $2.50. '*
So, in paying $1 for a certificate book, you are get
ting $1.50, or 30 pictures and coupons free. -
Get them at the San Francisco office of The Call, Third
and Market streets, or the Oakland office, 952 Broadway. ■ : •• -
Or by addressing the Booklovers' Contest Editor, The San •
'Francisco Call, San Francisco, Cal.- - • '*! 1
Booklovers' Contest Editor, The San Francisco Call, San Francisco. CaL
Inclosed find $1 for a Contest Certificate Book and 4 cents postage.
Full Address „
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READ TODAY'S CONTEST 'STORY ' , . >.'.-...' •
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Wife Reseats Insinuation and
Sues for Divorce, Alleging
I - Extreme Cruelty-
OAKLAND, June f 7.—Certain "light
haired poets of Alameda'* paid undue
attentions to Mrs. Jessie • Thomas, ac
cording to the complaints made to her
by George J. Thomas, her husband. All
of which was false, Mrs. . Thomas de-1
clares, and accordingly she brought
suit for. divorce today on the ground of
extreme cruelty. : . '-.y.v
They quarreled frequently, Mrs.
Thomas said, and Thomas used to "give
their servant a dollar .to leave the
house when he came home, so that'she
would not hear their wrangles.
and "scullion", were some of the names
he called her,- the wife alleged, .and
once he told her .that "the doctors
would have her in the bughouse before
Mrs. Thomas also asked the court-to
give her a half Interest in her hus
band's property, worth more than
$10,000.. , ' "•'.''
The following suits for divorce were
filed today: Ernest-against Jean Stray,
desertion; May A. against Ernest Rolfe.
desertion; Margaret V. against Ralph
Anderson, failure to provide. ,!
Pleads Not Guilty in Berkeley
Court to Two Counts
BERKELEY, June 7.—Daniel F. Dug
gan, arrested by the. police in liquor
raids May 29, pleaded not guilty to two
of the charges against him ln Judge
Edgar's court this afternoon. There
are seven counts against Duggan, and
the city attorney intends to press all
of them. The accused man has de
termined to fight the proceedings. A. L.
Frick has been engaged by him as his
attorney, and a jury trial has been
demanded for all the cases. The first
two charges will be tried next Monday
morning and the following Saturday.
The dates of the other five trials will
be set June 16.
KM. ': Htncr TO BraAK-OsklSßd- Jo** 7.-£
Mrs. J. B. Hume, former president of "*r»
eratlon of women's clubs. and Mr. '•".**• ._..
roerly of New Zealand, will apeak on •*"«»•*"'
Contribution to the City's Development J" "'"
. weekly meeting and. luncheon i of; the Tncuy
rotary dob Thursday at 1153 Broadway.- -> ■
(How to Have Red Lips!|i
o■■ ■ ■»»«»■. ■ «..«.»i SSSSSSISSS —Ct j
, The girl :„'with red lips , and i pink,)
cheeks may be .thankful, for "both de-,
note ,c health—vigorous, forceful, • mag- j
netlc , health while' it may be lm- ■
possible • for some to attain * owln* to ,
morbid .states of health, yet a vast;
majority, of seemingly healthy, young,
women and men are almost colorless,!
because jof • a lack of red blood cor- i
puscles. '. "When the blood is i Improved
and enriched with these red corpuscles!
the ■ weight Increases' and I a beautiful'
tint appears on the cheeks, while .the'
lips,assume a healthy'red color. Many
physicians and : beauty" doctors pre
scribe three-grain / hypo-nuclane tab
lets, which are said to invariably in
crease' the red -blood corpuscles after
a course of treatment ; lasting several
months. The nervous system and gen
eral health also Improve rapidly. The
best physicians and • apothecary shops
supply; this tablet In, sealed packages.
Take Pain-Away. Pills for headache,
acute pains, etc. 1 Harmless.' All drug
stores. ;
Separate Remedies, Each
Devised for. the Treatment
of a Particular Ailment
There is no "cure-all" among the
Rexall Remedies. There are- different
and separate, medicines, each one; de
vised for a certain human ailment or.
a class of ailments closely allied. For
Instance, Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are
recommended for the' positive relief of '
stomach irritation, indigestion, flatu
lency and dyspepsia. They are rich in
Blsmuth-Subnitrate. Pepsin and Car
minatives. They .are prepared by spe
cial: processes which perfect. and en
hance the great remedial value of these,
well known medicinal 1 agents. This
remedy sells for 25 cents, 50 cents and
$1.00 per package. Every one suffering
from stomach disorder should try Rex
all Dyspepsia Tablets, inasmuch as they
cost nothing if they do not satisfy.
Remember, the Owl Drug Company,
Inc.. 710 Market street, 771 Market
street. Post street and Grant avenue.
Sixteenth and Mission streets and Fill
more and Geary streets, are the only
stores in San Francisco where these
remedies may be.obtained, and every
one in need, of medicine is urged to
investigate and take advantage of the
frank and generous manner in which
I they are sold. *_^_

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