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BEARDSLEY SHOWS VOTE FOR BONDS WILL SAVE COIN Assistant City Attorney's Figures Reveal Higher Rate for Shorter Time Will Cut Interest MEETINGS BOOST TUESDAY'S BALLOT Commissioners Sign Pledge to Burn Old Issue if Measure Carries the same amount at the same interest for :;0 years. $J,41'5,5n0. a saving in ■J»A \ CS < IT V $111,000 Charles Smith, a business man. in a statement issued today made a strong PI.EIMiE TO Bl ItN no\l>S The city commissioners, to correct .any misapprehension in regard to. the first issue of the water front, school, •auditorium and city hail bonds, signed a pledge today to destroy- all unsold bonds of the !P-"5» and 11*11 issue as soon as the new issue had been Voted. PIPE LINE GEYSER SOAKS PASSER-BY Many Get Wet When Main Breaks in Heart of Oakland ing, before the leak was stopped. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH GIVES PICNIC TODAY Itrv. I*. -I. Oitinn Ik I'rexident of t.en eritl ( otniiiittce in 4° hit rue of OutiiiK church will be held at Sheil Mound park tomorrow. A program of athletic contests will be the principal feature. The genera! committee is as follows: .7. Kenney, A. J. Zab-s. m. Sllva, Miss K. Burke and Miss I'indlay. FIND "BOYS" ARE 30 AM) 28 police. l-imlliiß Asc.<i of "Minor*," I)ro| • h■ \jinin»t tiroafteries Police Brown reported today that Ed fat.ter. Bf. McDonald. 2057 Eigtity-nrm avenue, were 30 and 28 years old. re spectively. The charges have been REALTY LOANS ARE ACTIVE E. H. I.ohiittnm Reports SttO.ooo of Dee old in If. Dnv* OAKLAND, July 18. —E. H. Lohmann, tivity in real estate loans, he having OAKLAND BREVITIES 0 ■ ♦ th* mi peri or court in t lie sum of $6,000 on a statutory charge yesterday by Police Judge Smilli. An ordinance was introduced yesterday before the Oakland city Council placing all private police and tire patrol of fleers, timis or corpora iwil under jurlndietion of the commissioners and prohibiting the operation of any Mich protective orjrtnisatioa without the permiasion of tin tlty >ear in Folaou penitentiary for burglary. .fames Sehroter, 444 1 wenty-fourth street, C 4 yeara ojd. incurred concussion of the brain yea terday when lie fell from an automobile round injt a corner at high speed. E. A. .lolmson. 633 Sivteenth street, and Karl Xoroell, H&& Eighth street, Berkeley, yes*er- Oay were injured when they wrc struck by a trata on the Key Route trestle. Their hurts consisted of lace ration a and couiufcious. Get Married 'On the Quiet' Surprise East Bay Folk -0 1 .+> OAKLAND, July l*.—Mis* I.uey I (ir«v(lie, a teacher In the Oak land school department, and 1,. A. flssM.il, i« fruit grower of New castle, went to Sim Itnfael yes tt-rdny to lie married ami de parted tonight for a honeymoon trip in the northern portion of the State. Mr. and Hrs. Smith have bees trlesda several yesuts and Smith, who arrived frets New ensile h few SSyS ago. pro posed thnt they he quietly mar ried and tell their friend* nhout It afterward. The will live in \ v\\ cast le. ART STUDY BECOME FUNCTION OF SCHOOLS Conference of Women's Federation Points Way to Broader Esthetics BERKELEY, July is.—As a result of the art conference of the California Federation of Women's clubs, held for schools, off the state. laHrSH^SHI^ Prof. [. w. llowerth. director of uni versity extension of the University of California, summarized the work that lias been undertaken to enlarge the usefulness of tiie university tot the fullest extent. He-outlined what 'Will be offered in the four departments of the extension system and showed how those who arc unable to take advan tage of the courses of study at the scat of the university can derive benefit lis important because it is so genuinely j human." Her subject was "The Value Mrs. EL S. Holway of this city, art tra ed the history of art In California and spoke of the number of artists who have achieved distinction in this state. Her subject was -The Opportunity of Mrs. George V. Ucinhardt. wLfe of I pO< tor Reinhardt of the university, told of what the literature section of the federation can do in promoting culture. Miss Susan Smith of the state library. ; who was to speak in "What the State I Library ('an Offer for Art in CaJifor j nia." was unable to be present at the J Mr;-. J. \\". On- opened both sessions. This afternoon J. E. D. Trask. art director of the Panama-Pacific exposi tion, spoke on "Some American Paint er?: of Today." Mrs. G. F. Sanborn gave '"A "Plea for the Pioneer Mothers' | Statue." and I. B. Stoughton Holburn j gave his lecture on ' The Philosophy of j the Beautiful." .. OFFICERS TOO BUSY TO TRY CHIEF JONES fleas' of Itnriisffstases Flscsi Probably Will Pace Superior Today; Likely to Baesrpe With Piss his superiors this morning to explain It is more than probable that he will escape with tiie customary $10 fine, in ! steady of dismissal from the service as | The chief of police recently was re duced from a noncommissioned officer j to the ranks for neglect of duty. INSTALLATION CLOSES S.P.R.S.I. CONVENTION Rosa Sarmento of Oakland Is Inducted as Supreme President SAX 1.1 - ]AXi t BO. July 18.—The S P •P. S. i. convention closed today with J a public installation of officers for the ' coining year. Hanford lias been chosen Siaprerne president. Rosa Sarmento, Oakland, supreme vice president, Maria 5. Hrazil. Oakland; supreme treasurer, Isabel Gloria Luiz. San Leandro; su preme master of ceremonies, Louisa Se qoerJa, (Vnterville; supreme marshal. Maria Bernardo, Centervilie: supreme inside guard. Anna Leal. San Leandro; supreme trustees—Maria Encarnaeao, Oakland; Georgiana Woods. Hay ward; Maria J. Gloria, Oakland; Maria Pin heifo, Benicia; Anna Martins, Oakland; , t:iricp, Marls ('. Lemos, Oakland, and j Maria ■ Andrade. San Rafael; supreme doctor, J. L. d'Azavedo. MRS. DAYWALT ENGAGES Ale NAB IN CUSTOMS ROW l-'nmier I lilted States Xttoriiey to Carry Ifpntl of Siintn Bona Womnu to XX nshinarton Court Mrs. Fanny Daywalt of Sana Rosa. | whose trunks were seized by the cus | Puns Inspectors, last week wh~n she arrived from thm orient on the steamer [Mongolia, yesterday, retained John Ij. i McNab, former Fnited States attorney, jto fight her case In Washington. An j appeal will be taken by Mrs. Daywalt I from the decision of Collector Stratton. The port official will order a fine of three times the appraised value of the j goods and their forfeiture. « FEAST OK LANTERNS AT PACIFIC GROVE, SATURDAY, .11 I.V IUTII f.nines nnd A m naeutenta: Water Polo nnd Other Sport* Reduced Round Trip Rates from San Francisco, Oakland. Alameda and I Berkeley, Pan Luis Obispo, Sacramento, I Bakerslleld and points between to Pa cl;ic Grove. Tickets on sale via South ern Pacific July 17 and 18. Return I limit. July 21st.—AdvL THE SAX KUAXCISCO ( ALL. SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1913, BUTTERS ENJOYING SEASON IN LONDON Oakland Society Folk Re cently Guests at Noted Garden Party Miss Gertrude Knight to Wed Joseph McMahon Later in Season OAKLAND, July IS.—Mr. and Mrs Charles Butters, who we.nt abroad early In the summer, are still in Lon don, where they are enjoying the season with many friends of the smart set. As each year Mr. and Mrs. Butters spend several months in Europe,. they have made a wide circle of acquaint ances, who entertain them extensively on the occasion of their frequent visits. Recently they were guests at the bril liant garden party which was given at Lambeth palace by the archbishop of Canterbury, who extended his hospital ity to man) notables in English society. Mr, and Mrs. Butters will not open Roselawn. their Olaremont estate, be fore tiie holidays. An Interesting wedding: of the later 'ear will he that at which Joseph T. McMahon will claim Miss Gertrude Knight of East Oakland as his bride. No definite arrangements h;ivc yet been made for the marriage. The betrothal was formally announced this week. Mr. McMahon comes from a wealthy eastern family. He is connected with the Southern Pacific company. He and his bride, following their honeymoon, will establish their home in Sun i'ran < * * Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lukens and their daughter. Airs. Francis Musser, were welcomed to Oakland this morning after an extended absence. Mr. and Mrs. Lukens left early in the spring for Australia. Mrs. Musser later join ing them. Dalton Harrison, who has been touring the world, met the party of Oaklanders in Australia, making the homeward voyage in their company. ■5f -3f Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pratt have re turned I'titl taken possession of their new home in Alameda. Their wedding was an interesting event of a fortnight ago. Mrs. Pratt was formerly Miss Marion Woodside. * # * Miss Emma Thursby and Miss lima Thursby will return to their New York home iii the early fall after a visit of several weeks in Dos Angeles. While in Oakland Miss Thursby and her sis ter were entertained by Mrs. Frank Havens at Wildwood. nnd many of the smart set were privileged to meet them. they were the house guests of Mrs. Phoebe Hearst at her Pleasanton estate. Miss Emma Thurs by is known for her beautiful voice, which lias won her a place in the mv- Mr. and Mrs. James de Fremery are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son. Mrs Vivian Gurney is being wel comed to California after an absence of two years while she was a student in Yassar. Miss Gurney is the daughter of Mrs. Gilbert Gurney of Berkeley and a cousin of Mrs. Robert Hoyt, for merly Miss Lucille Cook. Doctor and Mrs. Hoyt are planning later in the year to visit In California. They will be entertained by Mrs. Hoyfs aunts. Mrr-. Robert Augustus Bray. Mrs. Marie Butter* 2j|£tcalf an<l Miss Marguerite Butters,, . 4 - £ 4f # Miss Cleo Posey will be a hostess Saturday, asking a few of the girls of the younger sot to share the hospital ity of her Vernon street home at an in formal thimble bee followed by tea. * * * At noon tomorrow Miss Ada Frtcke will become the bride of Albert L.. Dex ter, the wedding taking place at the residence of the bride's mother in Ala meda. Only the members of the Frleke and Dexter families will witness the ceremony, which will be read by Rev. Everett Couper, rector of Christ church. There will be no attendants. Mr. Dexter and his wife will take pos session of a new home in Alameda fol lowing the return from their honey moon. Announcement has been made of the of Miss Sue Cridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Gib bons Uridge, to William Benjamin Salt, a business man of Sacramento. The wedding date has not been set. MAN ALLEGES SPOUSE HAS ANOTHER HUSBAND Failing to Prove It, Judge Nonsuits Divorce—Wife Sues for Property OAKLAND, July IS.—Mrs. Sophie K. Wasiancn today filed suit in the su perior court to force her husband, John Wasianen, to render her an accounting of their joint property and to deed to her a half interest in it. She alleged that she had paid him more than $12,000 with which to purchase "the lots for both of them and that he had placed them in his own name. They are lo cated at Orion street and Seminary avenue and at Eighty-ninth avenue atid tiie boulevard. She alleged that the property is now worth $4,000. An ac tion by Wasianen to have his marriage to the woman annulled was nonsuited yesterdsvy by Judge Stanley Smith. He chaiKcd that she had a husband when he married her, but he was upnable to substantiate it. PRESSMEN'S JOBS SAID TO BE LARGELY FILLED Secretary .1. D. Roantree of the Franklin Printing Trades association issued a statement yesterday that the 26 firms composing tlie association have filled 75 per cent of the piaces made vacant by the striking pressmen. "Over ioo boys and girls," Sec i ciary Roantree says, "have been em ployed to fill the places of the striking press feeders. These are being taught the trade, something that could not be done hefore, as the Feeders' union did not allow any apprentices." LATE SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE BAILED Friday. .Inly I*. 0:10 p. tn.. stmr Tall 08. Befeartsen, l.'raya DOMESTIC PORTS I ASTORIA Airived .July IS. ~ ::;n p. m.—Stmr 'Paina Ij'.-iis, hence July 15; B*so p. m., stmr By MARCONI WIRELESS Friday. .July IS. ,S p, m. STEAMER ROANOKE Off point Arena; from Astoria for San l-'ram is, ... STEAMER YUCATAN on Point JEteyes: beoce July is for Astoria. STEAMER GRACE DOLLAR nine-- «o»»n of I any Meudociuu; from Umidou Cut San Fiau- Church Roof Is "Live" Men Are Burned on Feet •* . *■ OAKLAND, July IH.—Koy Hlch. Fred Van Seoten nnd O. Herber, tinsmiths, incurred severe burns about the feet when 11 high ten sion power wire came In contact with tbe metal roof of the new- First Methodist Episcopal church, Twenty-fourth street nnd Hroail wny, upon which they were work ing. BUSH FORMALLY ELECTED HEAD DF WESTERN PACIFIC Brown Named Operating Chief—D. &R. G. Offices to be Moved From Denver, Is Rumor Benjamin F. Bush is now in abso lute control of the destinies of the Western Pacific railway. At a special meeting of the board of directors yesterday In the company's office In the Mills building Mr. Bush formally was elected president of the road. E. L. Brown of Denver, operating vice president of the Denver and Rio Grande, was elected to a similar posi tion in the Western Pacific and be came the active head of tiie Western Pacific division of the transcontinental system that Mr. Bush plans to make by the recent unification of the Gould .1. M. Johnson, vice president of the Missouri Pacific In charge of traffic, was elected to a corresponding posi tion with Hie Western Pacific, the office being created for him. His headquar ters are in St. Louis, but there is a probability of his being transferred here. There was a rumor that a consolida tion would be made of the Denver antl Rio Grande and Western Pacific man agements and the Headquarters moved from Denver to San Francisco. Mr. Brown will make San Francisco his headquarters instead of Denver. Both he and Mr. Johnson took their desks and began active work from this end. At a previous meeting earlier in the day the resignations of Edward T. ,lef fcry of New York, as president, and of Charles H. Sehlacks, as first vice presi dent, were accepted. Mr. Jeffery has been elected chairman of the board of directors. Mr. Hush, following his election, said he was not prepared just at this time to discuss his plans for improving the Western Pacific. He wanted to become thoroughly acquainted with the organi zation first, he said.' CHIEF PETERSEN ASKED TO ADDRESS PURITY CONGRESS Oakland Official, Considered Authority, Urged to Speak on Segregation the seventh international purity con gress In Minneapolis, November 7-14, on "Segregation." In the invitation received today B. S, Steadwell of LaCrosse, WIS., president of the World's Purity federation, un der whose direction the meetintr is to be held, said that Chief Petersen was now recognized as tbe highest author ity in the country on the question of a segregated vice district. Steadwell said that while the majority of the (iejegates will oppose segregation, yet it is tiie desire of the members of the organization to hear an address favor ing the plan. Delegates from every civilized coun try will attend. The purity federation has been combating the white slave traffic for 13 years. The speakers will Include Stanley w. Finch, special I'nited States commis sioner for the suppression of the white slave traffic; Mrs. Carrie chapman Catt, Dr. Keshava Deva Shastri of In dia, Mrs. Kate Waller Barrett, presi dent of the National Florence Critten den mission, and Mrs. L. Carroll, wife of Governor Carroll of lowa Chief Petersen has not decided whether he will attend the congress. MANSION FOR PENINSULA (Spec!*] Dispatch to The Ca!t» SAN MATEO, July IS. —Plans for the erection of Charles Kohl's new mansion in the foothills of Kastota, near Burlingame, were completed to day. The building is to cost between $100.(>0O and 1120,000. Work will begin immediately. Yosemite See Its Wonders A Day or Night Trip From San Francisco Leave Eerrv Station 8:40 A. M. 9.40 P. M. Leave Oakland (16th 5t.)9:14 A. M. 10.17 P. M. Arrive El Portal 6:20 P. M. 7:00 A. M. (Pullman Sleeping: Car on Night Train.) Hound-Trip fare from San Fran- m ciftco, Including stnse fare l»e- fl» r J *J «J Cm lufcn EI Portal and Sentinel j£j 9%J %J Hotel. In center of I'ark, 14 mi lex. Sfase fare from Sentinel Hotel to Wawona, Mariposa Hig Trees, l'o miles, and return, Southern Pacific THE EXPOSITION LINE 1915 SAX FRANCISCO' Flow] Kuildinj;. Palace Hotel. Fei-ry Station. Phone Kearny 0160. Third aud Townsend Stl*ets Station. J'lione Kearny lso. OAKLAND,! Proaclway and Thirteenth Slreet. Phone Oakland IRLV Sixteenth Street Station; phone Lakeside 1430-, First Street Station; phone Oakland TtWiO. 1.500 WOMEN TO HAIL MRS. DANIELS Fair Leaders of Bay Politics Plan Reception for Sec retary's Wife OAKLAND, July 18.—A reception for which 1,500 invitations to women of the bay cities have been issued will be given in honor of Mrs. Daniels, wife of Josephus Daniels, secretary of the navy, at the Hotel Oakland the evening of July 2(S. The Woman's Democratic club of Alameda county and the Woman's Democratic club of Berkeley are in charge of the arrangements. Mrs. Edgar Ormshy, president of the Alameda county organization, and Mrs. •Mary E. Eraser, who heads the Berke ley club, have appointed committees to Help in the plans. Among the women to taae part in the reception are: Miss Grace it. Tonkin, secretary of the woman's committee of the democratic state central com mittee; Mary T. GaniSfe, president of the woman's Democratic league of Snn Prsoclwo; MM b. Blum. Mrs. E. HUrhtOfl, Mrs. c. w. Mrs. George S. Bennett. Mrs Irtattr W Cornwall. Mrs. Jennie belaud Durst Mrs. JaawM Kllis Tucker, Mrs. Regipa Ktlgarljf. Mrs. Peter Hamilton and Mrs. Cora Coates. Mis. Charles 11. Spinks has been ap pointed as chairman of the program committee. The other committees are as follows: Arrangements-Mrs. Clement H. Miller and Mrs. E. X Fornald. Press—Carrie L. Hoyt and Mrs. Charles L. Domboe. Decorations—Mrs. Mary F.. Eraser, Mrs. .1. W. Hotchkiss. Mrs. Mary W, Knight aud Mrs. An toinette Steams Invitations— Mrs. Charles F. Eraser and Mrs. Charles Hanta. Finance—Mrs. Charles li. Donohoe. Mrs. Charles 11. Spluks. Mrs. Carrie L. Ilovi. Mrs. Mary F.. Fraser. Mrs. E K. Fornald. Mrs. Adolph Bo**9- Rins, Mrs. Charles E. Fraser. Mrs. f. It. Kelley and Mrs. Edgar Ornish., . Printing -Mrs. J. ft. Kelley. MAID WEARY OF LIFE SANS MAN SEEKS DEATH Oakland Domestic, Tired of Turin"; for H»niu and Having; No I'rosoeot of One for Herself, Turns on (;«s OAKLAND, July IS.— Nora Callahan,' after other people's homes and caring for other people's haWes. She wanted a home and babies of Uer own, and finding herself 40 years old and without prospects she decided that life was not worth while living. Locking herself in her room In a lodging house at 753 Fifth street, she turned on the gas. She was found in time by the landlady and removed to the emergency hospital. "For 14 years," she said.'-fT have been working as a domestic arid I have seen go many happy homes without prospects of ever having one far. myself that I have become tired of living. 1 am 4o years old and have no prospect of being married, so I don't see why I should continue to live and look after the babies and homes of other people." SHADE OF NAPOLEON 1 TO WALK IT WEDDING Alfred C. Benton, Descend ant of Emperor, to Marry Miss Jessie Bevan sic Sevan and Alfred C. Benton has caused a flutter in Alameda society circles because of Benton's family and looked forward to with great interest. Benton is one of the last direct male descendants of the family of Napo leon I and is the grandson of Joseph Bonaparte, who whs king'of Spain and Naples and the elder brother of the great emperor." Bentons father, Thomas Hart Ben ton, lived in Paris during the reign of Napoleon ill and was a favorite in court circles. lie was forced to flee when the empire was overthrown and came to tbe United States. Allied Benton has lived in Alameda most of his life. His bride to be, who is the daughter of E. J. Bevan. police and tire com missioner, may travel with her hus band to Paris to call on the aged Em press Eugenic, who Is said to take a deep interest in the young Alamedan. Benton and Miss Bevan grew up to gether as children and attended the same grammar and high schools. Miss Bevan is a charming girl with a host of friends in the bay region. Benton has a position with the Panama - Pacific International Exposition co'nipany. ST. JOHNS. \. V., .Inly IS.—The Don ald B. McMillan arctic exploring ship Diana, which stranded on Barge point on the southern coast of Labrador Wednesday night, was refloated last evening. Job Brothers, the owners here, received this information today from the telegraph operator tit lied hay, in the straits of Belle Isle. Births, Marriages, Dearths [ OBITUARY NOTES | c ——— ** Israel Holfe. 7 4 years old. for eight years chief of the Stockton fire de partment and a pioneer resident of that city, died Thursday at his home. 15 South Grant street. Stockton. Death was due to a general break down. Kolfe came to Stockton in 1859 from Maine and went into the blacksmithing business. He was ap pointed chief of the tire department in 1891. He was the second chief In tbe paid department. He is sur vived by a widow and a son, Russell C Rolfe. Bfrs, Leila Hyatt, widow of Patrolman Thomas Hyatt, who was murdered by thugs in San Francisco five years ago. died suddenly Thursday night while visiting at the home of J. H. Swarm in Chieo. She was laughing and talking when suddenly she fell to the floor and before a doctor ar rived was dead. , an . ■ * Marriage Licenses j 4 •> SAX FRANCISCO Tho following marriage licenses were issued Friday. July 18, 101.3: 1 ALBFRY—SEYMOI'R-Robert J. A. Alburv. 27. nnd Gladys W. Seymour, 20. both of SWOB Hew- BORCHGHKYWTK--DAHL- Rolf K. Borrhgrev nik. 23, Seattle, and JDetra G. Dahl. 38, IH Carmel street. BRADLEY—WHITMORE—CIifford Bradley, 22. and Anna Whltmore 28, both of Berkeley. COB EN- ■- GORDAN - Herman S Cohen, 30, 1530 Turk street, ami Rose A. Gordas, 20, 1708 Vallejo atreet. DWYER---CORRIGAN -Misfaael Dwyer. 21. '22 Brotlerick street, and Mac F. Corrigau, 21. 51(5 Shotwell stre<'t. HILL -ROSKNDAIII. Krkki Hill. 3(1, Point Arena, and Kntri Rosea dahl. 26. Fort Bragg. JI'NE—PARKINS William A. June. 2<'.. and Mabel I. Parkins. 26. both of Loa Angeles. KKLDSK.V— FRANDSKN —Andro KetdaCß, 36, 422 Gosgfa street, and Klfreda Frandsen, 19, 132(i LI'MI.KY -DKVANEY—John A. I.umler. .3*. Reno hotel, and Mary J. Dt-vaney. 37, 900 Sillioian street. 0 DAIIt MFRATT—Arihur O'Dair. 20. ami Maud L Muratt. 27, tx'th of Los Angeles. OAKLAND Friday. July ]S, It*l3: FOX HAINES--Ernest For. 37, and Mac GRASSEL --GALAREIA — Hugo Henry Grassel. 21. and Ann Calarcia, 18. both of Oakland. HI'BBARD-PARKS— Arthur D. Bnbbard. 20. Sacramento, and Helen A. Park". 88; < hicHKo. II I'FKR —MA NTELER — Magnus Hufer. 32. Oak land, and Bertha Manteler. 32, Berkeley. HCRI.BKRT PIERCE —Clarence W. Hurlbert. 34, ami Ada 11. Pierce. 37. both of Oakland. KLATZ- -SH.V ERST KIN— Charles Morris Klatz. 26, and Sadie Hannah Silvettrtcin, 23. both of PA'rrEltSdN - KENYON—John Patterson. 34, CedarvilUi and Pearl Kenyoii. 26. Berkeley. RATH BON" E - SCOTT Albert Rnthltone. 25. Gl«l Riles, and Katherine Scots. J5. Berkeley. SILVER -DETJKNS Thomas H. Sliver. 11. and 'Ada Detjons, 41. both of Pleasanton. BIIITHS MA ASS— In tbli city. July 10. 19L3. to the wife PARKER In Daly City, July" 16, 1013. to the SCHERNfTEIN—In this city*. July 17. 101.3. to tbe wife of K. w. Schcrustein. a dasghter. SIABRIAGEB 01 SEN-RICHARDS- In this city. July IC. 1013. bf Rev. J. Horn. Erwin Waif red Ols** and Jessie Richards, both of San Franc (sec SMITH Mc(; RATI I In this city, July 17. 1013. by Rev. J. W. Horn, Andrew Johnson Smith, San Frnneisoo. ami Genevieve Alice McOrath of Orass Valley. Cal. DEATHS ; Bauer, Fred —I Magnino. Paul 32 Bjork. Christina .... 78 McDonnell. Patrick.. 24 l Collins. Jennie 5... 83 Nassau. Bernard.... 2S Corkery. May 0 3(1 Nevraumont. Marie. Campbell, Cbarlea R. 45 Palmer. Mary f8 Cunningham, Elvira. 7 1 - Salomon. Gener*! X.. T6 | Donovan, Daniel .... 00 Supple. Nellie ..*... 43 Dusleavg, Annie.... n:i Tiimi. Frsaeiae* ... 47 Kberin»r<lt. .W|!llaß>.. 77' Watson. Ellie T (5(5 Ginocehlo, Joseph.... 43 Wider, Irma 2 Goodwin, Dana P. .. 22 Wulzen t Infant» Johnson. James J. .. 54 Lg France. Rosanna. 47 Reed (Card) l evy. Jacob t!2 EAUER In this city. July 1813. Fred Baser, dearly beloved husband of the late Julia Banter, and father of Frederick H. Bauer and the late Annie Bauer, a native of Oormany. 1 riends and acquaintances are re*p*cttpUj In vited to attend the funeral Monday. July 21, 1013. at 10 o'clock a. m.. from tbe mortmry chapei ~f the (iolden Gate I'ndertaklng ('< ni pany, 2475 Mission street near Twenty-fir ». Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery, by earr [ BJORK In Oakland. July 16. 1013. Christina, beloved wife of the late Karl Bjork. loving mother of Mrs. Johanna N'ord. Mrs. Augusta Goatafson, Mrs. Mary Kskelson. Mrs. Matilda Johnson, John, Lena, August and Karl Bjork. a native of Sweden, aged 78 years 3 months Friends and acquaintances are respootfully In vited to attend the funeral services cday (Saturday!. July 10. at 2 o'clock p. m.. at her late residence, 22<"i0 Denniaa* street. Interment Mountain View cemetery. CAMPBELL In this city. July 17. 101.3. Charles By. dearly beloved husband of Mabel L. Camp bell, and father of Charles R. Jr.. George W.. Dougias S.. Beatrice T.. Muri.l W.. Howard 8,, Arlinc G., Dorothy M.. (iertrude M.. Francis ('., California R.. James 1... Alma E. and the late Denman C. Mabel 1... Henry M.. Arnold R., and Grace E. Campt)ell. and brother of Mrs. R. Slaughter and Mm. E. M. Day. a native of San Francisco, aged 45 years Friends nnd acquaintances are respectfslly in vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sonday). July 2c. at 1:30 p. 18., from the chapel of Craig. Cochrane & Co.. HOB Valencia street COLLINS In Oakland. Jnly 17. 1011. Jennl* S.. wife of the late I.vman P. Collins, beh ved mother of Evelyn W.. Paul L. and Edward L. Collins and Mrs. Harry Mitchell, and sister of Charles W.. George F. aud David M. Colver. a native of New Jersey, aged (53 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in-' vlted to attend the funeral services today (Saturday!. July 10. 1013. at 2 o'clock p. m., at the Myrtle Street Congregational chnrch. Myrtle street between Fourteenth and Six teenth. Oakland. CORKERY -At Larkspur. July 18. 101.3. May Geraldln* Corkery (nee Dalton), beloved wife of William S. Corkery. loving daughter of the late Edward and Elizabeth Dalton. sfstor of Charles and Frank Dalton, a native of Virginia City, aged 30 years. CUNNINGHAM -In this c!ty. July 17. 1013. Elvira If., dearly beloved daughter of John J. and Catherine (5. Cunningham, loving sister of Mclvin and Lloyd Cunningham, a native of San Francisco, aged 7 years 2 months and 11 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully tn vifed to attend the fSnaral today (Saturday |. nt 12:30 p. m.. from the parents* residence. Pdfl Minnesota street near Twenty-second, thence to St. Teresa's chnrch for services, at I p. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery. William A. Halsted E. P. Halsted, : jj || Fmerraß 2e%©cft®ire ||J | 0 D 22 SksM* §sir®sfc ||!| Phone Franklin n°6.">. j Established by Wm. A. Halsted. 1883 j! j No connection with any.other as- l|| tablisumant. |||| WHEN THE UNDERTAKER BECOMES NECESSARY •i \ > i; HALF the Funeral F.xpen»e, Telephone Market 711. Oakland 4045. Independent of the Trust THE feODEAU FUNERAL SERVH E will furnished for $7"> embalming;, shroud, sil ver mounted, cloth covered casket, hearse snd too carriage*, and giTe personal bnpcrvlslnn. TRUST UNDERTAKERS WILL CHARGE you $7."i for the casket alone, aud all their prices are proportionate, fjcajrill Funeral Serf lea Save* You Half. Auto ambulance, carriage* and autos for hire 8A N FRANCISCO; OAKLAND. 41 Van Ness ay. SSW Webster st. aO'i Columbus ay. Phone Oak. 4045. » DONOVAN— (n tills city. July in. 1813. Daniel, dearly beloved brother of Jcnraiah sml Michael Donovan, and uncle cf Michael, Rich ard and George Donovan and Daniel and Jere- I mtah Mahnncv. a native of the parish of Dnrr.o. league. County Cork. Ireland, aged CO year«. .V member of Cement Workers" l.'nlon, Local No. 1. Friends and acquaintances arc respeotful'v In- Tlled to attend the funeral today (Saturday!, at 8:4.1 a. m., from the parlors of Meßrenrty A McCormlck. 015 Valencia street near Twen fleth. thence to St. Philip's church. wh»re a requiem high mass rrill be for the repoae of his sou", cotnmonHirs at 0:30 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery. DUNLEAVY -In this city. Jot* 18. 1818. Annlr. beloved wife of Jeremiah Ihinleavy. and lov ing mother of Mary T John A ■ lames 1 • Joseph. G and Timothy R Dinileavv and Mrs. i". F. D«AM and Mrs! R E. Bnrna, a native of Ireland, aged 83 years. Remains at her late residence. ."Wit lourth avenue. Notice of funeral hereafter. EBERHARDT— In this city. July 17, 101". Wil liam, beloved husband of Übertln* Kl>erhardf. father of Mrs. James W. Cellar, a native cf Germany, aged 77 years 0 months and 20 days. Friend* and acq via in t a noes are respectfully In vited to attend- the funeral ■mrfeet todSf (flatsrday), at 2 o'clock p. m.. at the chapel of Halsted & Co., 1121; Sutter street. Inter ment Cypress Lawn cemetery, by automobile. GINOCCHIO—In this city, July 10. 1013. Joseph Ginocehlo. dearly beloved son of Mrs. Teresa Bacigalupi and the late Joseph Ginocehlo. a - I loving brother of Mrs. Mary Cell*, Mr* Umbt* Pirata. Dr. L. D.. Henry. Julia and Beatric* Bacigalnp!. a native of 'Snn Francisco, Cal.. I In- Joly 10. ioi:: «j ft o'clock a. as., from his lit* residence, 2129 Green street new Fillmore, in torment I private I Holy Croat cemetery, by j GOODWIN In Red WOO* idfy, July iri. 101::. DHU I., dearly beloved son of Thnddeus un I i Carrie Goodwin ami loving grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William I.as-well cf Redwood City, a native of San Fram-isoo. aged 22 \oars. • Friend* and aeqaslntasees arc respectfully In vlttd to attend the Poser*] servleea tomorrow I l9ond*y), .Inly 2<>. 191.;. at 2 o'clock p. St., at the chapel of Mount Olivet cemetery. Re main* at the parlors of California Undertak ing Company. 024 Fillmore street, until 10 I o'clock a. m.. tomorrow (Sunday). |JOHNBON-I;i Sacramento. July 1«. 1013. ItSCI .1.. husband of Mary Johnson, father f>f Mrs. R. W. Qninn, Mrs. J, K. Summerfleld and Howard Johnson of San Francisco. Thomas Johnson and Mrs. H. 0. tf*l*Wß W Sacra mento nnd the late Mr?. Nellie Lnbbnrd. a na tive of San Francisco, Cal.. aged 54 year* } months and 4 days. A member of Typographi cal I'nion No. 21. Funeral will take place today (Saturday t. July 10. 191.'!. at 1 o'clock p. tn.. from th« chapel of the Truman I ndert:iklnz Company. 1919 Mission street between Fifteenth and Sl\ teenth. Interment Holy CttMM cemetery, by automobile. LA FRANCE- In this city. July IS. 10! :. Rosanna. devoted *rif* p< Joseph I.a Frame, and loving mother of Joseph A.. Anita and F.vrUn L* Frame, ami beJOTCd sister of Mrs. Clariuda Kenney, Agnes Ganthiet, OdlUon ami AlphOnse I.c Febvre, a native of Canada, ag''d 47 years. Friends and acquaintance* are respectfully in vited to attend the funeral Mood*;, July 21. 1913, at o'clock a. m.. from her late resi dence, Valley street. Colma. thence to S:. Anne's church. Colma. where a requiem high soul. commencing St 1" a. in. Interuient Holy Cross cemetery, by carriage. I LEVY—In this city. July 18. Jacob Levy. beloved husband of Pauline I.cvy. loving father of Fannie ami Leon f.evy and Mrs. I). j Hymen, and brother of Mrs. Fannie Bar el, I Herman and Marcus Levy. Mrs. Flora Solomon. Mrs. Sarah l.emish ami Mrs. Freda Liebolil, a I'lease omit flowers, I MAGNINO In this city. July T7. 1013. Paul. dearly beloved husband of Mart* Magnino. ami I devoted brother of Domenic Magnino. a native , of Italy, aged .32 Test*. A member of Amador 1 city Grove No. 104. r. a. o. d. i Friends ami acquaintance* are respect fu !• v I notified that funeral services will be held under the auspice's of the San Francisco Board of Relief. F. A. O. D.. tomorrow (Sunday). July 20. BIS, at 10 n. m.. from the parlors ,f VHlente. Marini. Marais ft Co.. 040 Green I street. Interment Italian cemetery. i McDonnell-in tiii* city, juiy is. i»i3. i■•• j rick Peter, dearly beloved son of Patrick and i Julia McDonnell, and brother cf .Dunes. Mnr- I garet. Eileen. John and Nora McDonnell. Mrs. I William H. Dasmann and Mrs. I. C. GobV. ■ native of County Tipperary. Ireland, aged 24 years and 10 da vs. A mbcr of Washington j be;-, please take soiree. Remains al his late residence. 145. Beaver j NASSAU -In Chicago, July 14. ioi.'!. Bernard, dearly beloved sou ..f S. N. Nassau and Hen rietta Nassau, and bftoVed brother of Joseph. Abe. Dave. Pearl. Esther anrl Henry Nassau and Mrs. B. Rose, a native of New yorkvork city. I aged 28 years and 4 months. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the ■ funeral tomorrow iSnndayt. July 20, at 10:30 o'clock- a. m., from the new chapel of Theodor Dierks & Co., 801 Divlsudero street corner of McAllister. - • j NEVRAUMONT - In Los Alleles. July 17. 101.!. I Marie Nevraumont, beloved wife of Alfred j Nevraumont. j Notice of funeral hereafter, j PALMER-In this city. July 10. 191.3. Mary I'almer. beloved wife of the late John Palmer, beloved mother of Francis 11.. George E. Palmer. Mrs. Sara J. F.oearde, Mary E., John H. . Thomas Palmer, Mrs. Charles M. Field, j William and the late James Alfred Palmer, a native of Yorkshire, England, aged 7S years 11 months and .3 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In viteil to attend the funeral services ttslny (Saturday) July 19, at 8 o'clock p. tn.. at tho j chapel of Julius S. Godeau. 41 Van Ness ave -1 nue. Remains to be shipped to Rivelstoke. ! B. C. I SALOMON—In this city. July 18. 101.3. General j Edward S. Salomon, beloved husband of tho late Sophie Salomon, and father of Dr. Max Salomon and Mr*. Henry Harris, a native of Schlcswig llolstein. Germany, aged 7(5 years 6 I months and 2:: day*. Remains at the parlors of H. F. Snhr & Co., 2010 Mission street between Twenty-fifth aud j Twenty-sixth. j SUPPLE—In this city, July 16, 1013, N*ell!». h« loved wife of B. J. Supple, sister of Edward James Boylan, a native of San Francisco, aged 43 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully la> vited to attend the funeral today (SnturdavL July 10. 1913. at 8:.3() o'clock a. m., from hi I chapel of Julius S. Godeau, 41 Van Ness ay*. nue, thence to Sacred Heart church, where s j mass will be celebrated for the repose of her j soul, commencing at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Crosa cemetery. |TIMM--In this city. July 28. 1913. at her lata I residence, 618 Precita avenue. aVasetoc*. WATSON—In this city. July 17, 1913. Ellle Tavlor Watson, beloved mother of Catherine M.. Howard and George P. Taylor, a native of Boston, aged (5(5 years. Fuueral and interment private. I WIDER—In this city. July Irt. 1013. Irma. dearly beloved daughter of William and Joseph ine Wider, and (Tatar of Fred. Florence and William Wider, a native of California, aged 2 years 11 months and f> days. Friends nnd acquaintances are resprctfnllT In vited to attend the funeral (odaj iSaturday. July 10. 101.3, at 11 o'clock a. in., from the mortuary chapel at the Golden Gate I'ndertak- Ing Company. 2473 Mission street near Twenty. first. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery, by electric funeral car from corner of TsSUty ninth and Mission streets, at 11 r.iO a. m. WULZEN -In rhia Hi.v. Jalj IT, HttS, Mary Ferry Wulzen. nfan! d:\urhlcr of Deitrich II and Hntmnh K. Wulzen. a native of sja n yan- r cisco. aged 8 months and 2 day*. Funeral private. Pie***, omll (towers, CAED I REED Wt Wish to axpresa our sincere nml I heartfelt thanks 10 San Rafael Lodge No. 1108, B. P. 0. Em anil to our ninny friends for their ) sympathy and kindness extended us daring our Icte bereavement In the loss of- our ilearlv be- I. ved mother, Mr*. Carlota S. de Reed.' and I for the many handsome flora) itfhUte* Clii'ril.DK J. REED JOHN P. REED. FLORISTS I tel. Mission 3988. Funeral work a specialty. j Val.; union: funeral work spec. Tel. Market 572.1. • jof FLORAE WORK and *hoi** CI T FLOWERf. : PARK FLORAL, 14.37 Haight st.; ptooaa Park 3.3o—Cut rloweis, plants etc. R. Groves, prop. SHIRK EE Y-M A N N CO., the lending m.rists. I'Mii | Sutter; Franklin 2094. Frank Shll)eley. mgr. ; ONION FLORISTS, phone Market 3283—Taneral' . work a spe*'inlty. 3fil7 10th st. near Mission.. ( KMl'Tl mi S VN!> ( KKMATOHIKS Cjjpmm Lmm CEMETERY ASSIx], SCTTEU 095. HOME JH67. Cemetery Phone, Mission 3341. All arrangement* for burials or cremations made at city office or cemetery. Special atten tion given to REMOVALS from old city eeruw terios. Eutlre cemetery under perpetual c*xe kw ; guaranteed by our Perpetual Car* Fund of v 5400.000.