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Berkeley Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 1906, Berkeley, California Berkeley daily Gazette. Monday evening. June is Llort. Stockholders annual meeting. To e annual meting of stockholder i the mme Skad loan association of by Keuy will be held at the office or the association on tuesday. April 3d 1936, at 8 o clock p. M. Board of directors will be elected amendments to 1 he by Laws of the association acted upon and such other business transacted As May properly come before said meeting. Geo. Leonard pres. Frederick h. Clark Sec adjournment the above meeting was adjourned to tuesday june 26th, 1906, lit 8 o clock p. In. Geo. Leonard pres. Frederick ii. Clark Sec. Notice of Street work no. 1037-a. Notice is heresy Given that on the with Day of april a. D. 190g the Board of trustees of the town of Berkeley passed its Resolution of intention number 1037-a, to order the following Street work to be done vis that a Cement walk six feet in Width be constructed on the southerly Side of Forest Avenue Eastern Tine of College Avenue Easterly to the Western line of Piedmont Avenue. All work shall be done in accordance with the specifications contained in Resolution no. 1805-a., for further particulars reference is hereby made to said Resolution on file la the office of the town clerk. E. Q Turner superintendent of streets of the town Berkeley june 14, 190g. G-14-Gt notice of Street work no. 1036-a. Notice is hereby Given that on tha sch Day of april a. A. 1906, the Board of trustees of the town of Berkeley passed its Resolution of in tent Ion. Number 103g-a, to order the following Street work to be done a Lar that a a Inch vitrified Ironstone pipe constructed along the Center line of Jones Street from the lamp Hole 300 feet West of the Western line of san Pablo Avenue Easterly 185 feet on notice of Street work. No. 1034-at notice is hereby Given that on the 9th Day of april a. D. 1906, the Board of trusted of the town of Berkeley passed its Resolution of intention number 1034-a, to order the following Street work to be done via that it 12-Ltich vitrified Ironstone pipe sewer be constructed along the Center line of Gilman Street from the sewer now Laid at the Westerly line of fourth Street Easterly to the Center line of sixth Street and that a 10-Inch vitrified Ironstone pipe sewer be Laid along the Center line of said Gilman Street from the Center line of sixth Street Easterly to n Point 2 feet West of the Eastern line of san Pablo Avenue and that Brick manholes 4 feet in diameter with Oast Iron our and cover be constructed along the line of said sewer one at the Center line of each of the following streets Viz fourth Street. Fifth Street. Sixth Street seventh Street eighth Street ninth Street. Tenth Street and at a Point 2 feet East of the Western line of san Pablo Avenue and one at the Easterly terminus of said work and that 4 Inch a branches be. Provided along i he line of said sewer one for each lot subdivision front link on said work. All work shall be done in accordance with the specifications contained in France Fenten Beth that. Amidst the. Prettiest surroundings imaginable miss Laura Fenton of our Lund announced her engagement to Maxwell c. Frank of this City. The Fenton Home was a Bower of Pink and White saturday afternoon when a Large number of friends congregated there to while away the afternoon with the game of hearts huge Lover s knots of Pink arid White tule Hough tons to summer Here. Or. And mrs. Edward t. Houghton have taken the Mcgee Home 011 haste Street in this City for tie summer. They h have As their guest mrs. Hot polite Dutard who has recently returned from a tour of the world. Or. And mrs. Houghton s attractive Home on Hyde Street fell a Vittini to the flumes and All of the rarely., beaut if it i furnishings including handsome old mahogany and a wonderful collection of brasses were destroyed. Mrs. Houghton and miss Elise Houghton were at buyers fled at the time disaster and All of mrs. Houghton s Wardro Lotf including Many Paris cos i quinies were burned. Children s Day. A one of the most interesting features 1 of s Day services at the were conspicuous everywhere in the Resolution. Adopting sewer spec Ficaj Bay a bunk of Pink tons no. 1034-a. That the expense of said work and improvement shall be chargeable and be charged upon the District of lands hereinafter described. That Tho Board of trustees hereby declares that the District of lands to be benefited by said work Anifet improve ment and to be. Assessed to Pai the costs and expenses thereof is As follows All that certain District of lands situate lying and being in. The town of. Berkeley bounded and described As follows " beginning at a Point on the Eastern Boundary line of the regents Park tract As shown upon the amended map of said track Distant 300 feet at right angles southerly from the Southern line of Yale Street in said tract produced Easterly and running thence northerly along said Eastern Boundary line of said tract to the Northern Boundary line of the town of Berkeley thence Westerly along the Northern Boundary line of said Tow h of Berkeley to a a Point 123 fee t West of the Western line of fourth Street thence southerly and 11 uniform ascending Grade of 1.3 per parallel with the Western line of rent Anil that Brick manholes in Ira Mth Streeto. A Point 3q0 feet South diameter with cast Iron curb and Dover be constructed on the line of said sewer one at a Point 2 feet East of the. Western line of san Pablo Avenue and one at the Eastern terminus of said work and that 4 Inch a branches be provided one for each .25 chit of front ugh front ngon said work. All work shall be done in accordance with j lie specifications contained in Jeso in Tidis adopt in a ewer spec Insa hons no. 1036-a. A Fot further Partlon Tate Tefere Bce to hereby made to said Resolution on file in the office of the town clerk. B. Q. Turner superintendent of streets of the town of Berkeley. Berkeley time 16, 1906. 6-16-6t notice to creditors estate of Clara a. Schofield deceased. Notice is hereby Given by the undersigned administer matrix of the estate of Clara a. Schofield deceased to the creditors of and All lie sons having claims against the said deceased to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said administer matrix at the office of Al Rich and entry rooms 03-55, Blake & Moffett building 906/ Broadway Street Oakland California which said office the undersigned selects As her place of business in All matters connected with said estate of Clara a. Schofield deceased. Carara Schofield Aldrich administer matrix of the estate of Clara a. Schofield deceased. Dated Oakland june 5, 1906. Aldrich & Gentry attorneys for administer matrix. G-6-4w Erly from the Southern line of Gil Mah Street thence Easterly Liblong a line Distant 300 feet southerly from the Southern line of oilman Street and Yale Street to the Point of beginning. Saving and excepting from he above bounded and described area the area of All Public streets avenues or ways contained therein. For fur ybex.dart.lcular.8, reference a hereby made to said Resolution on file in the office of the town clerk. A e. Q. Turner superintendent of streets of the town of Berkeley. Bler Keniey june 1 6, 1906. 6-16-6t Bride s roses. Hanging in the folding doors Between the drawing rooms was a Portiero of Green tule and Pink buds. Myriads of Pink and White hearts were festooned in every room. The decorations were most suggestive of an affaire de Cduer yet with the exception of two of three of the Bride to be s most intimate friends not one guessed the significance of the scene. Several hours of the fascinating game of hearts were enjoyed and then followed an informal musical program. It. Was during the half hour of music that the Young hostess announced her engagement in a unique manner. One of her friends who knew How miss Fenton had met her Fiancee two years ago in Dunlin air very successfully wove a he facts 0/ the Case into a song. The song was delightfully rendered by and the secret was out. Surprise was supreme for a moment j i and then miss Kenton was besieged with ice i wishes. The i m lire Bride is the or. Susan , and is a most charming and cultured girl. Last january she returned Home after Elgh months in Europe devoted to study and travel. Maxwell Frank is Vel known in the Wei in a he it Tho Safi of ill s. F. Frank of 2015 Shat Tucht Azemie and is women s club Creed. The reverend Clampett s tirade against women s clubs in general exemplifies the old adage it s an 111 wind that blows nobody it May be Hal it needed some such incentives the worthy Devine s denunciation of women s organizations to bring the unit rated to the realization or the i actual value of club Dom. At any rate the juror his statement that clubs Inonu Berkeley congregational Church were Home breaking. yesterday was the christening of six created has never 1 thoroughly abated j Luluk one by reverend. U .11. Rath at the recent confederation of wok be. A i men s clubs held in �1. Paul 1 Niver following names were bestowed Alty the following interesting creeds Fhon. Their respective owners a fro promulgated j Ruth Tallou daughter of or. And War believe ,., that Home making mrs. Ii. A. Mlle Henry la us son should be regarded As a profession. Of or. And mrs. Ii. L. Schnoor that health is More the business of Claude Charles son of or. And mrs. The individual than of the physician. Geo. H. Barber Leroy Dee son of that the spending of the Money is \ or. And mrs. Vul d. Smith Douglas us important As the earning of the \ Kay Money. Rick that the upbringing of children de j mrs mantis More study than the raising of i cattle. That on the Home foundation is built one of the most interesting of re All that is Good in state or individual. I cent weddings was that of miss Edith r son of or and mrs. 1. Flt Pat Kalpa a Waldo Sou of or. And Geo. W. Cutler. Al a. A. Interesting wedding. Monday tuesday wednesday the constant drip of water wears away the hardest Stone the constant gnaw of Towser the toughest Bone Trie constant cooing Lover carries off the blushing maid and the store that makes the prices is the store that gets the Trade. Cottage Gazette. Quality Price. Service always the Best that the Home maker should be As j a. La Ridgman a popular Sausalito . Alert to make Progress in her life work and Lester b. Chem Maut. Which was As the business or professional Man. J celebrated in Christ Church Sausalito. I that the most profit Able the most in the Groom is a prominent graduate of notice of Street work no. 1035-a. Notice to bidders. Pursuant to order of the Board of trustees of the town of Berkeley made on the 11th Day of june 1906, 1 will receive at my office in the town Hall up to the hour of 5 o clock p. 111. Of june 25, 1906, sealed proposals for doing the official printing and. Advertising for the town of Berkeley for one year. Bids must be made upon Blanks for the purpose to be had at. My office and must be accompanied with a certified Check for five Hundred 1 dollars upon some solvent Bank payable to the order of the president of the Board of trustees As a guarantee that the contract will be entered into As herein provided. The successful bidder will be required to enter into a contract within ten Days from the acceptance of the bid and at the same time furnish a Good and sufficient Bond in the sum of one thousand dollars for the faithful performance of the contract. The Board of trustees reserves the right to reject any and ail bids. J. V. Mendenhall clerk of the boned of trustees of the town of Berkeley. 6-12-lw notice is hereby Given that on the 9th Day of april a. D. 1906, the Board of trustees of the town of Berkeley passed its Resolution of intention number 1035-a, to order the work to be done Viz that an 8-Inch vitrified Ironstone pipe sewer be constructed along the Center line of Page Street from the manhole in the Center line of ninth Street Easterly to a Point 2 feet West of Tho Eastern line of san Pablo Avenue on a uniform ascending Grade of 1.2 per cent and that Brick manholes 4 feet in diameter with cast Iron curb and cover be constructed on the line of said sewer one at the Center line of tenth Street one at a Point 2 feet East of the Western line of san Pablo Avenue and one at the Eastern terminus of said sewer and that 4-1 Noli a branches be provided one for each 25 feet of frontage fronting on said work. All work shall be done in accordance with the specifications contained in Resolution adopting sewer specifications no. 1035-a. V for further particulars reference is hereby made to said Resolution on file in the office of the town clerk. E. Q. Turner superintendent of streets of the town of Berkeley. Berkeley june 16, 1906. 6-16-0t the brother of miss Laura Frank teacher of mathematics in the High school. V or. Frank is a Young mechanical Engineer a graduate of the University with the class of 1903, where he enjoyed considerable popularity. No definite Date has been set for Hie wedding but it will probably occur in january. The University of California and civil Engineer a for the Spring Valley water j company. Or. And mrs. Chem Toul will reside in . J w. R. C. To Convene. The woman s Relief corps Lookout Mountain Jio. 35, will hold its regular meeting this evening at 8 o clock in Tho Lodge rooms in Odd Fellows Hall and Shattuck ave a human slave at macd0n0ugh notice to creditors. Estate of John Bruce Maccal Lum deceased. Notice is hereby Given by the under signed administrator of the estate of John Bruce Maccal Tim deceased to the creditors of and All persons having claims against the said deceased to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first this notice to the said at the office of Geo. Gray room 1101, Union savings Bank building Oakland which wild office the undersigned selects a ills place of business in nil matters connected with said estate of John Bruce in Cultum deceased. Geo. Gray administrator of the estate of John Bruce Maccullum decreases. Dated Oakland june 11, 1006. 6-11-714 gee woo laundry for list Ataee Best work Vries. Lowest prices. Work c a us Lor Una Dell crr look ran us Wagon notice work no. 1038-a. Notice is hereby Given that on the 9th Day of june t a. D. 190g, the Board of trustees of the town of Berkeley passed its Resolution of intention number 1038-a, to order the of lowing Street work to be done vis that an 8-Inch vitrified Ironstone pipe sewer be constructed along the Center line of Camella Street produced Easterly from the Bottom of the manhole on the Westerly Side of san Pablo Avenue Easterly 9g Reet on a uniform ascending Grade of 1.2 per cent and that a Brick manhole 4 feet in diameter with cout Iton curb and cover be constructed at the Eastern terminus of said work. All work shall be done in accordance with the specifications contained in Resolution adopting sewer speculations no. 1c3ha. For further particulars reference la hereby made to said Resolution on file n the office of the town clerk. E. Q. Turner. Superintendent of streets of the town of Berkeley. Berkeley june 10, 1906. Cig it Flowers Flowers Flowers Sanborn s or. A act Way and Telegraph ave from bar Katy 172 the Frank Home is to lie established in Piedmont. A Beautiful House is shortly to be erected which upon completion is to be or. Fenton s wedding gift in the Young folks. Miss Fenton s guest la st Fec Satur Day included mrs. A. N. Gunn mrs. A. Knight mrs. H. Cross miss , miss Rosling miss Rose Rosling miss m. Barnard miss Ruth Goodman miss Gertrude Bitting miss Scotchler miss Bell Scotchler miss Helen Scotchler mrs. Gamble mrs. S. Liebling mrs. Albert Wolfe miss Arnold miss Harriett Arnold miss Mabel Fenton miss Edna Ford miss Hardenbergh miss Gould miss Bowman miss Foster miss Clair Foster miss Shreve miss Frank miss Sutherland mrs. Mcfarlan miss Audiffred mrs. Ames mrs. Rawson mrs. Board a 11, miss Brink mrs. F. B. Hoyt mrs. Collins miss Bennett or. S. J. Fonton miss ethely Ron Shaw. Cafe chant ant tonight. It is not often that nature is unkind to the ladles who so busily plan for the Relief of Chartley s children but. Since the quake the heavens above is Well As the Earth below seem to be unstable and Uncertain. June has spent half its Days and yet the sky that should be wearin its blues Guise grows on ominous and empties vails of wet Wrath Tipon us ino4t.unexiiee.tedlit was one of these capricious fits that caused a postponement of the Garden fete that All of Oakland society Hud prepared to enjoy Friday night at the residence of mrs. C. F. Macdermot. The same program that made the cafe chant ant a week earlier such an amazing Success wus to have been repented und $1000 or More for the Little orphans at st. Franci shelter had been assured. Then the rain butted in and spoiled All these Fine arrangements. But not for Long for tonight rain or no rain the entertainment is to take place. A will reside Here. Or. And mrs. Deal and the misses Gladys Jeanetto and Roberta Deal of san Francisco have taken a House on Walnut Street for the summer and May possibly reside Here for a year or More.  Berkeley girls honoured. Frieda Watters Charlotte Watters Amy Hill and sue Heaton members of the i Beta Phi sorority of the University who Are visiting in Santa pm were guests of miss Lily id Pena at luncheon last wednesday. Ler Esting study for women is the Home for in it Center All the issues of life. That the study of the Lune and its problems May be made of no less Cal Lural value than the study of literature or history and of much More immediate value. A this week s wedding. Society folks on Ilutta Side of Che Bay arc looking Forward with keen est to the wedding of miss Theo. Parr i nue. . And Roger Chickering next Wdnes-1 several questions of importance will Day night. I e discussed and lift interesting meet the Cere Tony is to be solemnized at eng is anticipated. Christ Church in Alameda und it is to a be As interesting As wealth and popularity can make it

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