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GERMAN TEACHER
IN U.OF C. HANDS
IN RESIGNATION
Paul Boehncke Declares Sal
ary of $75 Per Month Too
Small for Married
Man to Live On
SAYS JANITORS GET
MORE THAN HE DOES
Expected to Live in Good
Part of Town and Keep
Up Appearances
BERKELEY, July 10.—His inability
to make both ends meet while trying ,
to support a wife and two children on
a salary of $75 a month was the rea
son given to the regents of the Uni
versity of California by Paul Boehn
rke, instructor in the German depart
ment, in resigning his position.
The young man said that at least
$120 a month is needed to keep a man
end wife in Berkeley, and that with
additions to the family more Is re
quired, owing to the high cost of living.
Although instructors are usually
given a salary under $100 a month, he
asserted, they are expected to live in
f> good part of the town and keep up
appearances in other ways. This, he
■•-aid. was Impossible, and a married
man had better go into more remune
rative work than struggle along In
teaching.
Boehncke is a graduate of Stanford
and has been with the University of
California three years. To augment his
salary he has done other work, such
as acting as football coach and plaster
ing. In speaking of this, he said that
janitors employed to clean the uni
versity buildings were probably paid
more- than instructors, who have studied
for years and spent much money to
prepare themselves for teaching.
SOUVENIRS FROM
OLD CITY HALL
nil x t it i i \x
Packet of Letters Lost Many
Years Found Between
Walls
OAKLAND, July 10. — Commissioner
Anderson today found a book of letters
to the chief of police covering the
period of ISSO-ISB6, which had been
lost many., years. The packet was
wedged between the walls of the old
city hall, now being raized. Mr. An-'
derson will keep the book as a . sou
venir of the old hall. • r'-jy** l
A portion of the mahogany council
railing used in the second. city hall of
Onkland, erected in I*7o and burned
in 1577. was also found by Anderson.
He will have ' silver mounted canes
made out of it and present them to the
city commissioners."
YOUNG FOLKS' INSTITUTES
IN JOINT INSTALLATION
>«»t» Offircrti of Oakland Order* Are
Seated in the Pythian Castle
Ceremonies
OAKLAND, July 10.—Joint installa
tion ceremonies were held tonight in
Pythian castle by Oakland council No.
(!, Young Men's institute, and Young
Jjadies* institute No. l.>. Harry Faza
kerly was chairman. -, .
The following officers of the young
women's order were charged by Miss
Kpte Mulvaney:
- Miss Julia Flaherty, president; Mf«s Mary Kl
r«< rice president; Miss Nova ELemlnjr.
Kor.nrt vice pref •;!',.; Miss Kate Kennedy, past
president: Miss Kate McKlennan, treasurer; Miss
Jane Jenkins, financial secretary, and Miss Mary
Khodes, recording secretary.
. trick Bryan seated the following
rr-elected qfflcers of the Y. .M. .1.:
Rev. T. MrElroy. chaplain; John >'. Gallagher,
past resident: Thomas Furlong,' president; Frank
M Flynn. iirst vice president; Frank Hyken.
),»/-rniii Tlr<» president: L. O. O'Connell, marshal;
I>iniPl CllfTord. financial secretary - ; S. CosgraTe,
r word Ing secretary; A. W. Waters, treasurer; .1.
Connolly, inside sentinel; J. •'. Murphy, mm
tpondlng secretary; J. Peterson, ontslde sentinel.;
OAKLAND WOMAN MAKES
TWO ATTEMPTS ON LIFE
Mrs. Kate Davle, Taken I'ninon. but Is
Riifthrd to Hospital In Time to
. Save Her Ufe
OAKLAND. July 10. — Mrs. Kate
I>avis, 128 Twenty-ninth avenue, made
two unsuccessful atetnpts to end her
life this afternoon by swallowing chlo
roform.
After renting, a room at the Argus
house, 1450 TiroAdway, from A. L. Wel
ler, at 1 o'clock, she secured the poison
and took it on a street corner two
blocks distant, following which she ran
up to the Argus and bolted herself in.
The police had to climb down a fire
rprapc to pet her out. A few minutes
after arriving at the receiving hospital
ph*> swallowed another dose which.she
had secreted. She was pronounced out
of danger this evening.
MORPHINE RING FOUND
BY OAKLAND POLICE
\f OAKLAND, July —An organized
Vnorphine "ring." whose members.regu
larly receive shipments of the drug
from an agency in Reno, Nev., has
been uncovered in this city by the po r
lice. One of the chief selling agents
lias been driven out of the city, and
today Clyde F. Young, said to 1., con
nected with the outfit, was arrested.
Se%-eral days ago the police located
the apparent head of the ring in a
room at Sixteenth street and San Pablo
avenue, tracing several packages of
Tttorphine from Nevada to ins lodgings.
But warning was sent the agent and
he disappeared.
I OAKLAND BREVITIES
"♦ "" s ; ' 1 : —» ♦•
Mosee Ooldbrrc, also known as Mori Stew
art. Is sought by his daughter. Esther Kttn
l.i»eh, who i« livlae in Ixiuisvllle, Ky. la ■
letter to Chief of ■ Police-'Peterson, Jliss I,oeh
laid tliat an estate can not be divided until
ocr fatlier Is found.: •■.'
Alfred W. llcuninK, son of 1 Unitarian mln
!sier, wns arrafgncil fore . Police Judge Sani
ar-le i -iitilhv on a chance *of passing ■ Bc
iitions clieck for |33. preferred by John Camp*,
•axhier of t'.ic Farmers and Mercliants bank of
Daklan.J. • - . :
Lawrence Williams. 1172 Seventh c.-l. 13
i.-ur> "li!. .-wbo i«*accnsp<lof robbing the grocery
m William n.iTls/ 701 Myrtle street, three
limps dnrlne June, was am-stM : today.. ■ Ha.
--»ioml Hansen. Walter ; Champion. «nd Carm'll
natiklnK, are in the detention home In connec
.in; with tlie p)bb<Tiee. '- - '. v ■.'. ;,'«.
Frederick Hennintrs, : proprietor of.' n'-. sfiloon \. at
Sixth Rpd Alice street.«, has beet* arrested on the
Siiirgp 'of piling liquor, to ' Doris - Satllff imd
BUiwwim St«»ry. 032 Oak street minora. ,
Philip Cohen lias - brought , suit for $2,500
ipa ins 1 the. Oakland Traction company fur in
Juries 'incurred January 15.. He : f*a)cl .', be was
]in wn violently ni;>iin>t the door of a streetcar
>y sudden stopping of the car. • : . - : -■>-' ■-.;
Interest is;■ attached to the 'forthcoming ; pre
nler of '.•Quarter to Four." a' now iiiusi< i rvttn
•<]>■ by two -Oakland writer*. If. Is they joint
mrl, <>f Aiiam lluli Siilrk. n inivspn,per man
in.J; :, fetl\v;(r«i «!nie, ■ a composer. : Tlif.ifcec \vas
'"Ml from union. ; DO.or: m »re inauusjcriuU. "C"f
Study Course Improved
Snell Seminary Plans
New Head Will Make
School One of Best
In Country
BERKELEY, July — Miss Adelaide
Smith, successor to.-the late Mrs. Edna
Snell Poulso-n as head of Bnell semi
nary, baa ;announced' plans ■to be car
ried out (his year to make the school
one of the foremost: institutions of Its
character in the country.
The faculty has been strengthened
by instructors who have attained dis
tinction. As the. legislature at its last
session made a special appropriation
for the purpose, the Hornhrook sys
tem of primary arithmetic teaching will
be introduced at the fall term by Mrs.
Adella 11. llornbrook. Classes will be
conducted by her after her method in
the San Jose state normal school.
Percy K. Unwell, a graduate, of the
University of California, will be super
visor, of general science. As an author
of several books on science, which art
being , adopted throughout the country
in many schools, Mr. Rowell" is well
known.
In charge of Latin and Greek will
be Dorothy Hart, also a University of
California graduate. Edna Little
Adams Will teach history and science:
Sophy Philipa Fleming, English, Latin
and Spanish; Adele; Plrk, German;
Emma Verrue Matignon, French, and
Ella F. Cory, French and Italian. The
intermediate and primary department
will be in charge of Isabel Woodford
Brown and Pearl Edgerton Bank. ~
HISTORY SECTION
DEBATES SUBJECT
Speakers Declare Importance
of This Course Should
Not Be Overlooked
BERKELEY, July 10—The history j
section of the California High School
Teachers' association was addressed;
today by Prof. Henry Morse Stephens
on what should be embraced in the cur
riculum. Too great importance can not j
be attached" to the selection of sub
jects in this course, asserted Professor
Stephens.
Margaret- B. Morse, teacher in the
Sonoma high school, spoke "History:
Its Place in School and in Life," de;
daring that a serious, and far reach
ing mistake is made when students
are- permitted to omit the subject.
William J. Cooper of the Berkeley
high school had as his subject, "The
Berkeley Curriculum."
. Before the commercial section Miss
Manuel* G." Salcido of the San Fran
cisco high school of commerce made
an Interesting address on the growing
importance in the world of commerce
of.the Spanish language.
"The . development of Pacific coast |
commerce," Miss Salcido said, "and the
continued 'growth in importance of the
Latin-American republics is bringing
the .Spanish language to the front. It
is fast becoming the commercial speech j
of the Pacific coast. The acquisition |
of the Philippines and the commercial l
uniting of South and North; America
through the Pan-American movement j
have been important steps in this di- j
rect c
The sessions of the English depart
ment were closed this afternoon with
a business meeting.
A number of technical matters were
discussed by the mathematics section.
The speakers Were Miss T. Brook
F. 11. Powell, • director of commerce,
Dinuba high school: C. ML Titus of the
university farm, and 1". L. Lyman, vice
president of the ..Wells-Fargo Nevada
National bank. The music and;science
teachers ended their discussions this
afternoon.
Owing to the importance of the dis
cussions scheduled for tomorrow morn :
ing by the athletics section, no other
program will be observed by the as
sociation. Principal J. C. Templeton of
the Palo Alto high school, who is chair
man of the committee on athletics,
will present its report. . J ' [
The teachers will meet at 9:15.
BANG! THUD! AND
WIFE CALLED HELP
Police Rush In, Break Down
Door and Find Bert
Bauer Fast Asleep
OAKLAND, July 10. — Bert - Bauer, a
laborer. 739 Campbell street, following
a dispute with his wife, grabbed his
revolver, dramatically announced he
was going "to end it all" and rushed
into his room, locking the door behind
him, early this morning. .
A moment later a shot was heard,
followed by a heavy fall.
The police, summoned by the dis
tracted wife,' broke 'in the door, only
to find Bauer snoring in peaceful sleep.
In his right hand was clasped the
gun. A hole in the wall showed the
course of the bullet, which he fired
to frighten his wife. .
Bauer was arrested.
ADVOCATE GENERAL OF
U. S. ARMY IS IN CITY
lie CMaWal On . Tour of Inspection, In-
cludine .%lcatrax PriNon In
'. Itinerary'
Brigadier' General K. H. ..Crowder,
judge advocate general of ; the United
States army, arrived in San Francisco
from: Tacoma last; night ;on a tour of
inspection and investigation of ■ mili
tary prison conditions.
The government is considering
abandonment of Alcatraz islands' as a
strictly military * m '; prison, sending ■ its
wayward soldiers to confinement at
Lcavenworth. " \ V ■.■■■ - : ;
- General ; Crowder registered at the
Palace and pleaded fatigue for refusing
to be I interviewed: Today ho will de
vote to a tour of . inspection, accom
panied by officers of high rank in the
western; division, .'■•> ~ ,
Paymaster General .T. s. Jewett,
United States navy, also arrived at the
Palace last night.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1913.
Miss Adelaide Smith, new head of
. Snell zcminary;:
SOCIAL DOINGS IN
TRANSBAY SECTION
Miss Liiia G. Forderer Be
comes Bride of William
M. Tudor
ALA MED A, July 10.-Announcement
Is made of -J Ihe marriage of .Miss Lilia
G. Forderer and William M. Tudor. The
wedding took place at noon today.
Neither the bride nor bridegroom was
i attended. The ceremony was read by
! Rev. Horace Becks in the presence of
I members of the families. On the re
! turn from their honeymoon Mr. and
■Mrs. Tudor will live in Berkeley. '
Mrs. Tudor has been musical in
structor in the Oakland school depart
ment for several years. She Is a gifted
J musician, having taken her degree.from
I the Boston conservatory in the organ.
She is the daughter of Mr. and Mis.
Joseph F. Forderer, pioneer residents
'of Alameda. No formal announcement
I of the betrothal^ preceded the marriage.
I
j Oakland Society
OAKLAND, :, July 10.—Another ;wedf
j ding of week in which a targe num
ber of friends will' take: interest is that
of: Miss Lillian Kindred and Robert
Merriam. , The • engagement was • an
nounced a fortnight ago. The marriage
, will take place,; Saturday evening. |Miss
Kindred has :arranged a simple/house
ceremany and asked a few intimate
friends to :be present. ;..;
Wallace Merriam, a brother of Rob
ert Merriam, will claim Miss .Edna
Moulthorpe as his bride Tuesday even
ing, July 22. The wedding will take
places at. the residence of Mrs. 5..'F..".<
I Moulthrope in Ninth street.
* . «-..■#;
Mrs. John Mole has ; joined '. the sum
mer colony in the • Yoscmite. having
closed her East Oakland home for sev
eral wee';-. " :
■*• . ; * ':. *. ■
Mrs. Nora Rylo . i.-i her daughter,
! Mlss'Jemina; Ryie, will leave ; . Monday
j for a month's sojourn at Bartlett
Springs. .".■-/
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Mrs. William F. Boericke has taken a
cottage',in Car me! by the , Sea" for the
I midsummer. Her sons, Charles Boer
. icke and Arthur Boericke, are with her.
* * *
Upon their return to California Con-
I gressman Joseph R. Knowland and Mrs.
; Kriowland. will spend several weeks at
.Mount,Diablo as the house guests of
Mrs. Lucile Knovyland. Mrs.-Knowland=
, has a home in r Contra ," Costa county
which she Opened last month. A ';num
ber of friends from town will visit her.
LOVER WAITS FOUR
YEARS FOR BRIDE
She Refuses to Wed While
Her Invalid Sister Needs
Her Care
OAKIIfVND, July 10. — I "our years of
waiting for a sweetheart -whose care
for a dying.. sister would not allow
. "... ..-•" -~--■■ : • ■ ■■-, ■ : ■ <■• ■
her to take the marriage vows, was
disclosed today, when record was made
of a marriage under a : license issued
four , years : ago to Alton '■■]■ Volquardsen
and Miss Bernice Maloney. The docu
ment had been carefully' kept until a
few days ago, when J a", quiet wedding
fulfilled r the , long withheld - promise of
happiness. _ . : ;: ;
Rev. Harvey M. Leech, pastor of -the
First English Lutheran church, at Six
teentfa and .Grove: streets, performed
the delayed : service..: ; ." :
it was only after the death- of her
Invalid sister that Miss ,Malohey fell
free to become. Vo!qu&r«s«n'i wife. The
couple have taken a home at 1103 La-
Kuna street. ■ Ban Francisco./-; ~
C; After,, the license had been procured
byVyolquardsen; four years ago, Miss
Maloney refused "to leave : her suffer
ing,'; sister. .Volriuardsen folded T the
license and waited. • • -~"..
. At last death claimed the invalid.
..The lovers hastened to i\ the V county,
clerk's rv office 'several \ days ago. and
Volquardsen-: haltingly showed ?> his
license, issued'J tine 7, 1909, asking if it
were still good. He Avaa assured that
it was, and the couple: lost no time in
pledging their lives :to one another. ' ~<
PICTURE TRUST METHODS
Contract* Cancelled ; When v* Combine
Could Not Fix, Urn Own Price*
NEW YORK, July 10.—Failing to fix
its " own v purchase ; prices iin its attempt
to buy independent film exchang-es, the
socalled motion picture trust 'I retaliated
by cancel llnjjfilm,''supply contracts with
the former,''; according to evidence intro
duced today in the government's dis
solution suit. :.
VOTE FOR BONDS
CUTS TAX, HE SAYS
Commissioner Anderson As
serts Issue Will Spread
Deficit Over 30 Years
Issue Will Not Be Increased,
Only Unsold Portion
Being Offered
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I OAKLAND, Jujy: —"A vote in favor
J of the bonds will be a ; vote in favor of
\ lower taxes for several**years ; to come,"
j said ' Commissioner, ■ Anderson, in ex
j plaining the bond problem at the lunch-
| eon today of the Rotary " club ,at the
! Hotel r Oakland. ■ "A vote In favor of
the bonds will he a vote in favor-; of
distributing : over a period of '30 , years
I the expense of meeting the liabilities
■- already incurred tby V the city for per
\\ manent improvements now in course of
: construction. _ * - \ ; - , .
"A vote.against the bonds will be a
vote in; favor of increasing the tax rate.
■It will be a vote in favor of imposing:
; upon the 'tax \ payers during the present
fiscal year and 1 the next few ? successive
fiscal years the burden ; that should be
borne by -the tax payers for. the next 30
years." w '■■': ,
J Anderson : told of • the bond issue; of
May;-.; 1911, the mariner- in which ; lie
money had been : expended : . and the
work remaining.;.., He said, that there
yet remains unsold of the issue $1,801;-
000, and explained:
; "These ; bonds, as well as those of
1909, bear interest, .at the rate of v 4*-fe
per cent,? and at the present time .when
payments are due contractors and the
bonds are offered for sale they can not
be sold on a '4/3 per cent basis. The
law does not permit the ; city to sell
these •bonds" below ; par. so the : city
round] : deems ; it necessary to offer ; a
new bond issue, the bonds to bear: a
higher.'.' rate of interest to take the
place of the unsold bonds in the s city
treasury. We are not •: asking ; for the
issuance s of $1 i more bonds than those
remaining , unsold of ■ the- issues of - 1909
and 11; and "as; soon as the new issue
is voted those now! in the city treasury
will be-destroyed, so that the bonded
indebtedness of ' the city is not In
creased.
'.KYJf;. : the bonds do mot carry it will
probably be necessary to make the tax
rate ; for 'i the present fiscal year suffi
ciently high* to meet ; the most urgent
of these I obligations."." . T " - _-■':
Charles A. Beardsley, assistant city
attorney, also 7 spoke. " He ; went into the
present bond ordinance and cited the
approval of Dillon,' Thomson &- : Clay,"
New York bond experts, of the plan to
fix a maximum.' rate of Interest- In the
election proceedings and fixing: the rate
definitely on each lot of bonds as they
are sold. , .., '/; '••'-.. ■ ,
STUDENTS TO MARRY
IN FULLNESS OF TIME
Twain Receive the Parental
Blessing, but Must Wait
Four Years
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'Spuria) Dispatch to Tb«> Ca!l)
PALO AI.TO, July. -lO.— Born in the
shadow of Bridal Veil falls'and devel
oped on the sonny; beach nt Carmel
by-the-Sea, the boy and girl love affair
of ; Ronald Harris, \a student at cßel
niont preparatory school, and Miss
Madeleine Evans, a pupil In Miss Mar
ker's academy, blossomed into a- real
romance yesterday t when the youth-.
ful lovers;decided to demand parental
permission for their betrothal. .
Arm in arm. the; young couple faced
their; parents 'on the* porch of Pine inn
In Carmel and with pounding hearts,
made their request. ;.'; "
Nothing but blessings and " good
wishesi were conveyed; in i place ;of „' the
feared parental wrath, hut Harris will
be compelled to complete ! his course
at Stanford university before the wee
ding can , take place. • ■-,- -x «;-.; ~ :
'.-.' ■Miss Evans '.Is the daughter of Rev.
David ■ Evans, rector of All Saints K;>:s
ropal church in this city, and formerly
head of : a large '".parish' in ."-'an j _Fran-.
ciaco. •'/.*- . ■■'/■*•--■„*•*.'■ '■ V'lV*;i>,7 ::
T.ast summer, while spend ins several
weeks with her family in Yosemite val
ley,', the met Harris, a son of Judge
Harris of I'resno. " 7
';: /A summer ; resort friendship ; and
courtship followed.' '-~.- .- \ -,
The vsummer onded and _ 'they, wore
forced ,to separate to meet t'.'ie wishes
of their parents in regard to their edu
cations.7- ;' --'. '■:''■'.'■':['.''.■'"'* '-"' • '■-. : '.'.--~:--
A year passed-' and a few weeks ; ago
. Miss > E vans departed with her parents
for their . huufccalow in Oarmel. j "~ Z
', Young Harris?-received his . diploma
at Htlmoni and succeeded in persuaded
his ■ parentsh to join the summer colony
in CarmeJ. ; ; L• : r '-;, " '■".'..'
•. The - old ■}. affair was quietly resumed
and resulted In the 'engagement,' which
was/announced \to friends? of the "fami
lies ,today, . - ■...... . ,
>-.•Harris-, will register in the law d.e
partment at Stanford with the 'opening
of ■.the ; . fall (semester**, and according to
present plans, the .';marriage will not
he celebrated until his graduation, four
years ! hence. ■'J^..;'!;.
STEEL CONTRACT HIGH,
IS MANAGER'S CHARGE
Tells Home Industry League
City ; Hall Architects Ig
nored Local Prices /
Charges that the city was made to
pay a r high price for testing , and in
specting the steel to be used In the
new city hall were made yesterday at
the Home Industryj league i meeting by
B. VE.jSmith, manager of r a local con
cern. ''"- :■■ '. •v,^','r'"..-"'.; ; :.."V ..... : - :: ' : i>-
I; He asserted that C H. Rnyder, who
drew iup \- the : specifications, recom
mended that ; the f architects, Bakewell
&-Brown,, award the contract to a New,
York concern =at ■ a charge • 15-i to :20 cents
higher than the regular price of local
.concerns.-, ■ ■■. . ,f ■ -.: : .
Dr. A. a. D'Aneona of ■ the board of
education talked ~on the tendency of
modern education! to fit pupils for prac
tical life. He told of the new lines of
education established in the San Fran
clsco schools J and declared It was use
less to teach sciences,-■•arts and dead
languages except when these studies
were to be applied to practical life.
Vice President '■*!!% H. Harbor of the
league criticised the Portola festival
committee for its plan to let the con
tract for fireworks and set pieces to be
used in October to an : eastern concern.
Other speakers were Dr. C. V. Cross,
CI v. Workman and W. Yateg.
SPECIAL OFFICERS
USE BLOODHOUNDS
Short Circuiters Sought, but
Doggies Lose Trail After
Following Half Mile
Delayers of Car Service and
Cutters Out of Light
Make Escape -
OAKLAND, July 10.—Special officers,
accompanied: by bloodhounds, searched
for hours early this morning; through
the' Elinhurst % district for miscreants
who shorteireuited the power lines of
the Pacific'-* Gas and Electric company,
.In :. two places. *\ *'- ■ -.■ .
The hounds took up the scent from
the y place where the vandals 'worked,
and followed, it ; for-half- ; a mile before
they lost it. ; *
The first burning out of the tines oc
curred in Ninety-sixth avenue. A cord
was thrown around the wires \ and was
then carried a block away. : . ; j. ' ,'■■
From that . point , the wires * were
pulled together, resulting -in the instant
burning out of the lines. i v
.> Shortly after * midnight the power
lines ~i were again': , ;; burned out at. "J East
fourteenth Cstreet, and One Hundred*
and First avenue," the method : be-,
; ins pursued. '. -■."-, , -■■ \%:';l
: As a 'result' of the short circuiting ,
iof , the lines, the Fitchb'urg.'Melroseand
I Elmhurst districts and San L.eandro
were without lights.-or-.i.power for sev
ered ■■ hours. Car Service was"also ,de*
layed at 7 frequent -intervals in East
Fourteenth street.
»
CANADIAN CITIES SEEK
1915 C. E. CONVENTION
President of United Society
Suggests Week's Revival -.
for Anniversary .
LOB ,'; "ANGELES', ' July .10.—Canada
wants -the next International Christian
Endeavor..*: biennial convention./ Win
nipeg and Toronto have sent strong
and active/delegations to capture the
prize.■'•• •vDele.grat.es-'. from the Manitoba
capital distributed r today 3,000 .buttons
inscribed "Meet : Me f ; In "Winnipeg ; ; In
1915.'" ■ I ;•':'. '■ •; : - , V.r,-*.'.---;•■■'- , -\.'> ;':-'
: Other cities actively in the; fight- are
Chicago, St. Louis and "Niagara Falls.
The board of trustees will decide to
morrow. - - * I
A: tonight's session Rev*. .'Francis- K.
Clark, president of the United:society,
appealed: for especial effort,for future
activities beginning . February v: 2. ; 191;}.
which date marks the thirty-third -an
niversary ..;of -the; movement, lie .siig
gested setting /aside a-Aveek.'of ;revival
as (be beginning /ii:new epoch;. / T
' William . Shaw, general secretary of
the society, ".'reviev.'ed ; the society's
progress.v since the. , ? last ''general;,; con-,
vention. He said that lie society had
started with a rating of 25 per cent and
climbed to BO v per cent,. showing:;:*an;
Immediate gain or' : 100 per cent in
efficiency., . ; u :'■-'. {:.'
! The confessloi I !n.;a modified form
lor "Protestant churches was recom
mended today bj Rev. : Charles M. Shel
don at a session of the Christian En
deavor convention;" * ?'.' ', ■■.;„:- ;
v" Doctor Sheldon said that for years in
his Congres-ationalist church in Topeka.
Kan., for two hours every Sunday.'aft
ernoon he had invited. visits 1 from mem
bers of his' congregation. " ;
; ■ "A man.'-for; example, comes and tells
me of his troubles- with his wife, or he
is , out of a= job.; frequently ' can tell
him 'where to get -a job. • Sometimes
husbands and wives are united. ;
"This Iβ an old idea. But it is one
which : young pastors often , forget. The
confessional la one [■ of three '? things
which make Strong the Roman Catholic
church, it may be done in an informal
■way and -ing good results." "■;. ■';-. •■; -
GARRISON TO TOUR POSTS
'••WASHINGTON*, July. 10.— Secretary
Garrison will start Wednesday <>n "a
tour of Inspection, of army -posts In the
t'liitfil States. \ lie Intends to visit
every garrison, .'except,' at coast, de
fense*, to gather information'; for; his
plan 'to ; concentrate the' army -at im
portant centers. ", He will ;be > accom
panied by Major Genera] Wood, chief
of staff, and, Major.*. General. Aleshire,
chief of the quartermaster/corps.
I OBITUARY NOTES !
.•*-; . " • ';;:„. '". _ ;;' , __.;".;;;. • —*. ■
(omit ' Tndnmi; llnvinlil, aged-631 years,*
.. one of th<> leading , statesmen of
Japan, died y»»sterday.' in Tokyo; after
*^a surgical - operation /rendered neces
sary by injuries he suffered In a jin-
Vv.rlkshajacctdent.V;.' He was at one time
£ minister ~of ■ foreign , affair* under Pre
mier Saoinji and in the last; (saolnji
: cabinet, which resigned in December,
* ' mm*" * * •;■•';:.■•-•'■■■••■■■■■-■ ■■-'■■ " ' - *'„(., \
■„ i ,*,-.-»- n*■ % .■;■." s ~* < m i
■■,;:■ - •*
We arc closing out all of our
slightly used piano-players and
.pianos which we have "taken in
exchange, and want to" say to you
that if you ever had any idea of
petting a piano later on you willl
change your mid; and ; buy . TO
DAY if you come to our store and
see the beautiful instruments that a
:we : are offering at almost your
own price and terms, including*
such standard : makes as ' the
Steinv/ay Weber
Steck f . Estey
McPhail . Behning
Kranich & Bach -v Wagner
and 30 other makes.
Rental Pianos, $1.00 Per Month.
If you are jiot prepared to make ;
your first J payment, i come in just
the same. We will wait for you
30 days, if necessary. " -
HAUSCHILDT MUSIC CO.
51 GRANT AVENUE
OPPOSITE MAGMX'S ,
1912, he was minister of eommunica- ,
tiops. He had a long diplomatic ca- j
'? reer, . having been minister, to . China [
land to Russia and :' ambassador to the
court of St. James;;;'During'the last j
named appointment he j was *■ instru- j
■■■■'. mental infringing about the Anglo-
Japanese rail lance. He was a prolific j
i»*^:author and had ; made r a profound |
:., study of foreign politics and; history.
Adi. 111 Rudolph. aged 75, : is dead at hl3
late home. 16fi6 Eighty-fifth avenue.
; ,,s Oakland, following;', ; an , -.^ attack of
pneumonia. He was a native of Ger
many and leaves a daughter," Mrs.
Victor H. Robinson of San Mateo. and
;< a^son;-Charles A. Rudolph.
Haven Wilson, ■8S years old. a pioneer
' of the state and builder of the first
lumber mill in Oregon"; ,is{ dead at
tlie home of his daughter. Mrs. W. W.
\ Knickerbocker, \. -186 Thirty-eighth
: street. Oakland, following a stroke
of apoplexy. "lie was retired .from
active life. . ;-
John r G.EKan, aged 62 years, a news
.';.' paper • widely known on the; Pa-j
*,;■-■■ ctflc coast, r having: been -employed on j
J.San .Francisco," Portland, Seattle r. and
.:'. BritishiColumbia papers, died yester
day. in ;Rossland, B. C. following a
.. surgical operation. He was a brother
,-of Martin Egan of Manila.
Aubrey,; BoiicSeaiilt, actor anil play.
■."Twright,- died ,of pneumonia yesterday
■ in New York. ;He had been in poor
health tot year*. Mr, Roucicault was
i•• son vof Dion Boucicault, a well
■■known English actor, and was born
In London in. i 1868. lie came to this
country in 1890.
• JonUheer; Leonard. Henri .Rnijssenaere,
63 ; years of age. who was secretary ! of
the international: arbitration tribunal
* in 1001 subsequently a member of
: the committee of the 'Carnegie foun
: dation, died yesterday in The Hague,
lie had a brilliant career in diplo
. macy. 1 •\, ■">;■ I'■..'.. '■'"■. '■ '\[ .
j S. B. nicks', a pioneer, In irrigation, died
suddenly in bed at his home in Han
■ : ford yesterday morning, of ■■ valvular
- heart disease. He was a former
•';■'; mayor of Hanford, : a prominent - Ma
son and president of a leading irri
■ gation : company.'., '.'■■•-, .
J. Y. ("off man, owner of the Chehalls
Telephone system and for many years
? a* leading business man of Chehalis,
Wash., died suddenly at his desk yes
; terday morning of heart disease.
!^ —, —'■ : - ■ -— l —-,.; ' - •■, ~ ; ;—_».
I ; Marriage Licenses |
; * - '' - ■' ''"•■• :— ——
SA.V FRAMIMO
" .The fallowing marriage, licenses were issued
Thursday. July 10, 1013: * ■ .
BKIITOGLIA—ROCCA— Bertoglia. "T. 54TA
Union streor. and'Angioltna''Roeca. 20. Davis. t
BUBNMKISTER- Nicholas Kurnmeis
- ter, 32, 721 Dlvisadfro: street,-and Lena Koh
ler.iCl. ifM'i O'FarrCll street.
MORUENSTERX—WiIIiam G. Dandy.
- ::.'.. nnd Gertrude H.Morgenstera. 25,: both of
■ Alanir-da. ..: . ..
DONNELLY—KOWE—Dennis M. Donnelly, 27,
and Winnie Lowe. 27, both of 340 Slitter street.
I EKICK3ON—XILBON- Victor Erlekson. .'-'7. 1513
"■" Gougli : : street, * and Hilda ; Nllson, ■■; 23, • 2645 Vi
Ml'sion Ktreet. ■ ••'"'■■-: '■' ■-'■'■ '■.-'■-'■--'.
GARDINER — Charles U. P. Gardi
:- : ner. 21, and Estlier A. Beckmann," IS, both of
> Tsleton. , "> - " !
GKT— MON—Lew (Set. 40. 552 Clay street, and
Mar Mon. 83, ST.4 Clay street."
GOLUING—OPPEXIIEIMEU—SoIIie J. Goldlng,
81, «.;iostpr hotel, and Zcrline Oppenhelmer, 18.
■ 1001 -Gough street. ■;.'"■'": .
!:i:\Nr<;--O'CONN'OR-Benjamin J. Hennlß. 22,
'.122 Vermont strret. and , Irene . O'Connor. 22,
i.704 Sun Bruno avenue.' . - :
JOLIN—HERMAN—-Mendel Jolin. 27. and 1,11
---". lia•> Herman, 10. both of < 3418 Twenty-sixth
'■. street. ' ;"■"■;. ' L ■ ■' . - .. •
LI.VDBERG—REEVES—Fritz J. Lindberjr. _ ■»".
": 2:;2l,California street,- and Nina X.-Reeves, 40,
:■>■• Oakland. W."- ; ■ ■ - ','■'-■■'-
REMILLABD—GARCIA —Emile J. Remlllard, 24,
E|3u7i Elphth avenue, and BtelTlna V. Garcia, 25.
4!i-> First avenno. - : ■ ; !
; SCHOENBORN— —Astone J. Srbeeoborß,
.".s. and Katie l'anllk, 36, both of South San
Kranolsco. -•■ . ■-. ■ - , ■
SING —MQY-—Jim Sine. SI. 1039 ,Grant avenue,
i- 'and- 1 Tom Mor. 24. 1047 Stockton street. ' ■■'. :'
STRASSBERG — WERNLEITNOR— Isio Straps- |
f- berg. '3:>. anil Hedwlg Wornleltnor, 21. both
"1; of 480 Pine street., ;?
TI'RNER —CLINK —Cbarles-B.: Turner. 28. I»s
■ Angelea, and j Emily F. Cllne. .-'2, ' Farallon*s
i r.-iCal.> .• ,; -■■ ■•- ■■ ■; ■ >;--■ ■ ■'-■ .''• ■ ■ : '" -
.WILSON—-BUKiy>Ll>--Ear].; G. Wilson, 32, and
/.Maude L. Burrell, ;30, both of ' Napa.
; OAKIiAM)
-The following marriage licenses were issued
Thursday; .inly : 10, .1913: ' V "
JORY—MIDSON— Jory, 20, and I.aura Mid
■-.■■:. i!>. both of Oakland. .«
SHRETTING—ANDERSON—CnrIstinn Shrettine. j
31, Mill Valley, and Alvllda Anderson, 22,* Oak
land. - " - ' '■, . " .-.-"
■ VALDER—DONNER—Herry " Valder, ' '55, and
Julia Douner, 49, both of Oakland.
i — tI
Births, Marriages, Deaths ||
-": ' . •'.' BIRTHS
1 HOGA-N —In this rlty.' July 10, 1913, to the wife
of William J. llogati. a son. .; '
maiikia(;es ;
1 BRTTE LEVY- In this city. June 2:). 1913. by
•-' Judge '(;."" E. A. Creißliton.:: Lester N. Bryte
; ted Stella Lery. both of this city. , '
DEATHS
] Carroll, .iolianuah;.. 57 McKay, • Donald J... —
,De Bow, Louis.;.'.. 20 Maaaa, Lucy .' 33
i Dunn. Jolui. P....... 321 Mnlier, Carrie I-:.... — ;
FraukrntVMK, >.•<!•" '--■ Park, Caledonia*;;:. 69 ;
tine .....:...: :\ .. — Rasmussen. Fiida... It
Gilli-iii". Kiit" ..... 88 Heed. Carlota 1.. D.. 68
Grcer.. Mkha.-l 1 1:.. \. — Relchert,- Heurj P..—
lh-nscHi-r.-'Anton;.. 52 Roddea, Albert '. B. ..<;•"■
! llolim-s. Clarence R. OS Taylor, Adelle F....
I. Loewart '.. ....(Infant) Tharp. Major..!. 1-.. 70
: J.nbtifii." Henry ... — Thomsen.:.Niels. ..... 6".)
O'Brien. Margaret...— Trigs, William T. . 4
? McGovern, James .. — '
CARROLL—In Melnwe, July 0. 1013. Johannah
: Carroll, beloved mother •>' E»lwl>i J.. John M..
■•■: Fred X.. Thonins .1.. Charles J. and George
: W. Carroll.!; c native of Ireland, aged 57yenrs
; 7 month* and-8 days. J '. .■;'. ..; : .". ",.:
>Friends and ■e«iualßtane« , a are respectfully in
vited to attend the ' funernl services . today
„ tFriday ':3 uly It. 1913. «t,S:3O <.'.'U)rk a. m.,
-. nt her iHtP^rt'sidPnc , .*.' 812 Forty-ninth ' avenue,
I! thence t<v St. | Elizabeth's "church." Thirty-fourth
-.nvpiHie.l-'niitvaltvwhere mass will be mii<l for
*' ti.. , repose of her .ml. commencing at 9 o'clock
i a. at. Ini<Tn<<!): St.", Mary's cemetery.
DE ! BOW— In ; this city, July S, 1913. LouK'
-- dearly - beloved nnrl ■ devoted husband " : of
Term de, Bow. father; of r:the late.;Everett de
'.- :jsp\v;-. on of -Marcus "and , the late Esther de
Bow, brother of Mrs. if. Stein and Jule. . San
ford: ami '-'■ Edward * de.; Bow. and ; prandson of
' . Iltrsh and RHchael de Bow, n native of <;•■!■
" : many, agi>tl:'-9 years. 11 "months and 17 days.
" 'A iii-nj! i-r "f ,;Postoffloe[ Clerks' -Union,' Local
■ No ' 2,'- N. F." P. 0. C, and Syracuse. • Lodge
. No. S. K. 1 , . -,'. ■ ' . ' .•;;; - . ■■"■:'- *::\
-.■-Friends and acquaintances ore res*pectfully in
.: vltcd to ~: attend .; the ' funpral •• today (Friday),
■.'. at _' o'clock :p. in., from the [ funeral ■ parlors of
■; Blinker t & I.nnt. 2000 X Mission I street ; between
-' T\vrnl,v-s<rond '! and: Twenty-third * # (Mission" Mar
Z «»nle temple). ;, Interment Salem "cemetery, .by
f:i automobile. . -,-. , . ; ; "'. -A"!
EUKN En thh pity; July 10. 1913. John P. ;
;■ Dunn, dearly. b"lovc«l son of Mrs. Kate Delaney
- ■ : - i mill ;the\late Michael Dean, loving "brother : of
I ■ — .... _ t
iilW!lllsra A. Ualsted K. P. Ilnlstediii
I ~-;■._. .■....-■---- ,:..•«:>:.. " ' --' -■■;..:- -v, .. •.
:,: ©p C@oi
i
; Framsirffl!! BS&recitoi'S , \
' i
I BQ2S Smrtttep SShreai
nil
. . Phone Franklin . C2CS. !
: Established by Wm. A. Halated. 1883 |
:. No : connection - with any other es-jjj
i tabllsbtnent , ■
• WHEN THE UNDERTAKER
BECOMES NECESSARY
.SAVE' HALF the Funeral Expense.
: -~ ■■■:'•■-■ - '■.Telephone? :•'•■■-■.-."..■-■.■"
-JJUL3US & GOI&CAU ;i
■ Market 711. ; ■ ■:".'. .', Oakland'4Ol3.V;
• Independent, of t <lie Trust,
> THE OODEAU rUNERAI.-RKRVICEwIU;
V famish *.i for »: $".■> ■.".:■/ embalming,"". , ' *hroud."
;■.- illver monntod. ')•■■ cloth X covered V casket,^
liearce r and f two - carriages.' and «1t« > p\-r
-..-'.■/tonalßupervislon .; / * , ;-.'"' .:-..;•■ - ';
■' TRUST ttndertakers ,? WILL t CHARGE
'• - ■ ,• you ■' $75 ' for ?, the j casket f. alone. ? and * all *
. :their prices; are proportionate.; j."-,' -
■S •.< Godeau ? Funeral J Service j Saves '. You ' Half •
Auto ambulance, carriages and auto* for hire.
SAN -i FRANCISCO. OAKLAND.
41 V*n Nets ay. 2210 Webstar st.
OAK rnilimktll mw r»fesinjft Ciml- ir\JV
' ~r , R r woe* Mr». Tbtm*n S
HBHaHtf
; ry-aeoood, thence, t<> i> -•> ( -. ■ " , f(>r the rO .
• .a-rfqiilcniitnaw <; t.iu,.i«- v «, a nl- inter-"
fposo of I.ls, s=onlr commencing at.J.a. ni.
. mrntiHolriCross cemetery. ' . ; .„.., i
Caroline, wife of tho F •"»;,'.;■ Bernard *>»•>
Mil will take pl«~
Please'omit flowers. ~. ; . ■„«., t--*,,
GILLISFIE -In this city.,-^^^VlovVii
beloved wife of the late •»; r,i,l 'f' 'han an
■I daughter?of S Mlchn.-l i and«Kate,.-Meneh; al \ ana
"sister of Mrs:? P. Carroll and the !«t- T. Mo.w :
: \ ban. ; a .native of J San Francisco aped .>S J ea^
: ::'•-• Notice of Mnernl hereafter.- Reuains at »
■ parlors of the i United -Undertakers,. -**> How
ard street ; near. Twenty-second. s ■: ,
GHEEK-ln Ula city/ July ». J^->^^ 1
~ Greer. dearlyibelied husband T Of Alice. Greer.
a nailre of i County Tipperary.- Ireland A mem-.
ber of Court Seal Rock No. 4«., : £°£ A " " ~.
;•;. Kissers* and Stevedores' Union of ban • 1 ran-
Friends, acquaintance* ami member* of the
above societies are respectfully Invited to at
• tend the ;funeral tomorrow: (^atnrdajj. »t j- ■>
, o'clock ia. in., :from his late residence : Rl2 MMJ
v •Onri street* between Twentieth and Tm-n;'
first.? thence to St. Teresa's church. Nineteen
and Tennessee, where a requiem high mass win
be celeb rated for.: the j repose of : his w*J com
mencing at -9:30 a.- 111. : Interment Holy 'Cross .
cemetery, by carriages.
HENGGELEH—In this city. July-0. 1913. ABton
Ilenggeler, a native of Switzerland, BgW >'-
ye R?MtM at the parlors r.t Suhr * WlebeWt.
1383 Valencia.:street near Twenty-fifth.
HOLMES— In this ; city.: July 10. 19.13, Clarence
Rawson Holme*, beloved brother of the las-
'■■■f-C S Holmes and .Mrs. A. K. Leavltt. unco of
|| Miss Eva 5 S., Miss N. L. and .C. Edward ami
E Clarence Holme*. Mrs.' I/wise H. Steel Brooke
and - Mrs. G. ■D. Kienilff. a native of Foxcrof t.
Mi , ., aged r>B years and 10 months.
Notice of funeral hereafter. . -.
LOUWART— this city. July 10. 1913. at Ml
Guerrero street Hose. infant daughter of I etcr
. and MnrlM f.ouwart a Dative of San Francisco,
-' Cal.. aged 12 clay*".
LUBBEN—In this city, July 8, 1913. Hepry
I.ubben, a » native- of Bremen. Germany. \
member of North Bench Lode* No.i.c, O. a. H.
S : Bar Tenders' Union, and Montezuma Tribe
, No 77. Improved i Order of Red Men. ■
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the • funeral today. (Friday i.
""■- at 11 o'clock , a. m.. from the parlors of Snhr &
Wifboldt,. 1365 Valencia street near Twenty
' fifth Incineration Cypress Lawn cemetery, by
11:30 a. m. trala from Twenty-fifth and Valen
cia street*.
KcGOVERN— In this city. July B. 1913. James,
beloved husband of Katherine McGovcrn. I' pn«!
father of Eva McGovern and Mrs. 11. Kendall,
and beloved cousin vof Mrs.' A. McTlgue and
Bernard MeManus," a native of Ireland. A
member of Loyola Assembly, V. M. C. v.
, r Firends ■. and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Satur
day). July 12. 1913, at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from
his - i«te residence, : - 1730 '■- L*, Salic arenue
(Twelfth avenue-Southh.tbence to All Hollows
■>■ church, where ? a requiem, high" mass '■ will 1>«
celebrated- for the repose t of, his soul, com
mencing at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
cemetery. , The funeral detail of Unity Alli
ance. : please take notice. '
MeKAY— In this city. July 10. 191S, Donald.To
soph, beloved ' husband of Emma V. McKay,
and father of Jerome Erdln ; McKay, a native
of Berlin, N. Y.
MAZZA (nee RIZZO)— In Los Angeles. July 3
' 1013,- Lucy "Piazza. dearly beloved wife of
: Iguaelus Mazza, ami loving mother of Jo.«epbtT»
" Mazza. and beloved, sister of /Joseph and John
Rizzo and Mrs. M. Capelll,, a native of Astoria,
v Ore., aged 33 years. . : :
: Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vltedto attend th« funeral tomorrow (Satur
day). July 12, 1913. at 10:30 a. in., from the
parlors of Val»nte. Marlnl, MaraN & Co..' C4'.»
Green; street. Interment Italian cemetery.
MULLER- In this" city. July 10. 1913. Carrie K.
Milller.i beloved wife of Daniel M'jller, a native
of California. a ."
O'BRIEN— In this city. July S. 1913, MarjrarT
O'Brien, beloved aunt of Mrs. C. Lund and
•-■■ William v and Louis Green, a native of New
York. • ■. " . .
-, The funeral-. will take place ■. today (Fri
day), July 11, at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from
. the parlors of J. O. O'Connor & Co., r>32, V:<
, lencia street. near Sixteenth, thence to Mission
Dolores church, - where a requiem mass will !>••
celebrated' for ..the 'repose; of her "soul, com
" menclngjat s 9 o'clock a. m. - Interment Holy
Cross cemetery, by carriage.
PARK— In this city. July 9. 1913. Caledonia
Park, dearly beloved wife of the late William
. J. Park, and loving mother of Floyd Park and
Mrs. C. N. Fleming, a Dative of Missouri, aged ,
fit* years 5 months and 18 days. A member of;
Seven Pines Circle. Ladles of the G. A. R. ,'
- Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Saturday 1.
* : July 12. 1313. at 0:30 o'clock a. m.. from tha
: ; mortuary chapel of the Golden Gate Ciulertak
', Company 2475 Mission street near Twenty
: first. Interment National cemetery. '
RASMUSSEN- Drowned, In Sacramento ' river.
• July ■' 6. j 1913. Frlda;. only - : and * dearly beloved
daughter of Peter , and Christine Rastmissr 1 of
• 1321 Adeline street. Oakland, a native of Call
fornia. nped 16 years 11 months and 17 day*
The funeral will be held from the residence
. parlors of Andker & Co.. 670 Fourteenth street:
between Grove and .Castro.- Oakland, today
(Friday),-July 11, 1913.; at i 2 o'clock p. m.
-5 Services, and ' interment strictly private.
REEB In San, Rafael. July ! 10, 1913. Cnrlota
Laurez de Reed, beloved wife of rho ;n'. Jo n
J J. Reed, and beloved mother of - John I*.
- Reed,": a native of Mazntlnn; aged OS years.
Notice of -funeral hereafter... Remains, at her
■home. Reed- station. Marin county.
REICHERT—In .this:city." July 9, 1913. Henry
P. beloved husband of 'Emily G. Reichert. lov
ins father of Mrs. W. K. Mass, Mrs. N. I).
I CoOk, Mrs. T. U.; Pellagrin. Mrs. B. WrJ-.er
" and Iceland ' Reichert, beloved brother of Mrs.
!'. Lemon, Mrs. <•. A. , Smith. Mrs. 11. Harmon.
Mr«. W. St. John and Carl and Nicholas
- Reichert a uatlTe of California." ;
RTJGGLE&— In this city, July 6. 1913.- Albert. B.
Haggles, ■ beloved husband of Miry A. Rugplev
father of Lillian .Mathlas' of Chicqpo, 111.,
brother of J. , F..-Rugstles of West Burke. Vt..
a native of West Burke. Vt.. aped OS year*.
I A'membT of Golden Commaoder; No. IC,
and Doric Lod«e No. 216. F. & A. M.
Friends "are respectfully Invited to attend th?
funeral today ' Friday 1. July 11. at 1 p. mi .
: from Golden Gate Com ma ndery hall. 21.17 Sit
; ter street, "under" the ansplces of Doric I ..!■_-..
No. :216. F. & A. If. Interment Cypress Law 1
: cemetery. Remains at 'Gray's chapel, Geary
and DI vlsadero; streets. i -
TAYLOR July" 7. * 1013. James King, dearly be
loved "s, husband -of -■ Adelle :F. • Taylor; devote* ,
father of Harry W. and. the lute Ruth A. Tny
lor, loving son of Ruth S. 1 Taylor,- and broth,
: of Harry O.; Taylor : and Mrs. • F.-; T. , Marsh. ; »
native of ; San Francisco, Cal.. ; aged ."*> year*
■ 11 months: and 2 1 days. - A member of Soutl;
San Francisco Lodge No." 212,, F. & A. If., and
• Society of California Pioneers.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited :to ■ attend the funeral today (Frirfayt.
•-•at 2 p. m.. from Masonic hall. Fourteenth :rir
•, Railroad ■ avenues "South,-: where * services-will ,b«
held under, the auspices of South San Fran, <
; Ixxlge No. , 212. F. & A. ;M. *. Interment Cypre*"
I Lawn cemetery, by automobile. Remains nt \\\t
■ : residence. -; 229 ,.: Chattanooga s street . between
Twenty-third and Twenty-fourth. :. .
THARP—In this city. V July S. 1913. Major Jo
" soph 1... 'beloved ; husband 7of , Julia Raplci
T'.iarp, and father of Mrs. 'Edward E. Young.
< a nnttve of : Ohio, aged 76 years 11 months am
■'; ; 14 days. :_• ■. -.- ; - "■• ■;■"; ■• r ,■-''.. ■;. -
- The funeral services will he held todat
'; (Fridayi, :at 5-1': o'clock •p. : m., .at Red Men'?
■ hall. ,240 'Golden Gate avenue,-- under the ans
' pice* .• of ' George ;n.".- Thomas Post. 6. A. R.
Members of Military. Order of Loyal: Legion art
> .invited to attend. ■':;...,
THOMSEII— In San I-eandro. July 9. 1913. at tin
Alameda f county > hospital, Niels Thomsen, lov
j»* ing i, uncle =of Mrs. :C. P. EUejfaard C(3216 Effl*
;v-* street;;< Oakland, a native ;of .Denmark,'"- aged
■ 69 years . old. A ; member •of Master Mariner?
■ and the United Order of California. " ■
7' Friends 1 and acquaintances are respectfully In
;?. •vlted to attend the funeral"services. tomorrow
..•(Saturday).* July ; 12. 191 S. at 2 o'clock p. ■: rti
•.fr* nt the : residence parlors of Andker A > Co.. r,~i
*."• Fourteenth ' street between Grove and Oxtro
Incineration '■ Oakland ■ crematory. Plea- omit
;:, i flower*. :. ..■.«'■ .■'"■ ''■■'',■■■', •"" •
i TRIGG— In '•• Berkeley. July t>... 191.1 will.hi,
"Thomas Trigg; beloved son of William T ann
Annie Trlgß.f a native of California, aged 4
• years" and 11 days. ,-. ."■>
~ ;. Interment Raymond.: Ca!.. July 11. iriir;
FLORISTS ..•■■■*••.
r,. —. '* ~ - — ■ -- ~,,, , . ■ ■'3001 lGtb ncBf
Val.: union; funeral work spec. - Tel. Market 5725. *
Rtfltt TiTPrtWV<P)rr«; Floral Shop, S3 Powell st ;
I? L<Q)WVSIT§ ph . Sutler 2796. All kind*
of FLORAL WORK:and choice CUT FLOWERS.
JIT * (f^'fPOMif^ff^F^V'.• 2756 • MISSION
• JJm fibet.?23d & 24th;
i telJ , Mission f 59883 Funeral i work : ; a : specialty. ;..-
SHIEELEY-MANN Co.. the leading florists. 1200
I : ..'. Butter; Franklin 2(id4. Frank Shlbelejr. vagi."
UNION FLORISTS, phone! Market, 3285— Funeral
, - work a specialty. 3017 16th st. near Mission.
; PARK < FLO.RAL, 1437 Height ft.- phone Park;
I; o BStt— Cut Ootvera. ; plants, etc. i< B.'Groves, prop.'.
( E» KTEKIES ASD CREMATORIES
CEMETIEIRY ASSK,
2©© H©w©§ ISimSlldSinig
'. . Mfiiirlkei §fcp©®(t :
BUTTER: 693. "r y::- '> , HOMI J4167.
? - r Cemetery Phone. Mission 3341. '.--
AH ; ; arrangement* | for burials vor => cremation*
made; at city I off Ice! or cemetery. : Special atteo-
I tion to REMOVALS from old city ceme
s teries. tm Entire | cemetery under 1 perpetual I care,**
guaranteed mby wuc > i'»trc»:tu»l - Cut %f W*M wiil
Mioo.ooa. • j. - .

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