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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - December 1, 1909, Oakland, California
Him something that he will appreciate a Man Hai no use for he May smile and a pm Tisco but just the would rather have received something or metical Liere is no More sensible and practical gift than one of our overcoats. Suppose instead of each one in the family Bing something individually that All to buy the father or son of the household a Niec overcoat. Not Only he appreciate this Token of the regard that his family has for him but it will be a real present in the sense that he personally is saved the outlay for a coat that he would have to have anyway. We have a Large Stock of All the newest styles in at prices ranging from to m. J. Keller co. Washington Street will w a woman who sought death found after Long search mrs. L c who Leff Nofe Shaf she would end her use found am Endeavor to locate mrs. Sis and Burke at last found hex in a lodging Tah-er5 of morphine As she hinted in the hovering Between life and death. At of o clock monday Feht she applied at the lodging House for a room and her condition being observed. . Violet endeavoured to revive her. She was assisted by a nurse. Miss m. Donlon and the two worked Over the woman for Over twelve hours before they finally succeeded in bringing her to a stats where she showed some signs of returning use she would not Tell what Poison she had taken and Early this morning when her son we summoned he had her conveyed again to her Home mrs. Bake it husband is Fred Baker a Driver of 11 chemical engine and her desire to die was occasioned by his returning a present which she had sent him in the Guise of an Olive Branch. He refused to return to her and she told her friends that she must end her life. Husband saves child wife drops divorce suit heroism of the father reunites estranged couple on eve of separation proceedings presiding judge will name three to pass on his physical condition release of former Boss depends on the reports statement of medical men will be made to the court tomorrow san Francisco dec. 1. Whether or not Abraham Ruef is to obtain his release tall and leave the county jail to go to his Home in this City and undergo medical treatment depends entirely upon the report of three physicians to be appointed later in the Day by pre siding judge Cabaniss. Attorneys Otto Irving Wise and George Keane appeared before judge Cabaniss at 10 to this morning and formally made their motion for the release of the for Mer Boss offering the lengthy affidavit filed yesterday in support of their caration that the defendant is suffer ing from a complication of diseases which Are breaking Down his health and make his stay in prison extremely dangerous. Standing of i have always i think been unduly partial to gentlemen of the medical pro said judge Cabaniss probably because my father was of that there Are no More High minded men to be found in any Community but 1 fear that they Are sometimes Apt to influenced instinctively by the personal Seq thave no doubt and i firmly believe that the physicians who examined the defendant Are High minded men. I know that one of the doctors never associated with Ruef in any political Mai Teri but rather was even antagonistic to him. But most of them i won t say All but most of them were formally very closely identified in politics with Abraham Ruei. Now it has been my practice since i have been on the Bench without deny ing that i have absolute Confidence both in the intelligence and professional skill of gentlemen i say i have con sidereal to my duty in the name of Pru Dence to appoint one or mom to examine defendants brought before me. I can then base my ing due consideration to All Tia Cert Tel h. But Start Are Dewly Taf Burpo our Kraal debt Oft pled for tomorrow of Are actually abort notice poem ably doubt Csepany in All departments la done option whom the read the Speaks for i 4 United wireless it to on. Of h. Shannon. Orion Tat a Itaf Bra deaf or Turt. Saw Bernardino cal., dec. Her husband s heroism in saving their baby from death i dior the of a speeding automobile Thi in the swim in men will tie Vijums strike on Northwestern Pacific lines other roads the Northwest in their Effort to overcome of Letlon of the Fai reaching Effort 11 bid it be More to in a dispatch from som to nine and Are Are wholly dependent upon the directly concerned in the in Shutty to help Coke to the will cause suspension of operations and Fullr thousand men will become a summary of the nil Tchen on in Montana thirty out at ten thirty five resume first and one half furlongs. Sem ent 1m Archibald 11-5.1st onrushing motor car. The Mother s screams attracted Preston who happened to be on the opposite Corner realizing his child s danger the Fatti or dashed in front of the machine seized the Little girl and leaped to safety As the Auto bile shot by. His wife was quickly at is Side explanations were soon made and the two each gripping a Chubby hand of the baby made their Way to the attorney s offices where mrs. Preston Tore up the divorce com Plant. Continues the Cam. I know time is the essence of this matter and i will or three physicians today and continue the Case until tomorrow morning Mhz. Ire ton we the. Child darted ahead of her and seeks my in Well have no clue As to the identity of the first Corpse i Angeles dec. The my Tab 1.1xa.t1tb do vow .4 great Northern it nation to affected by the Oani delayed. Of the Hart to co under knife. Ch1gaqo. Dec. a Start. Former president of the Chicago National Baa Ebay crab will be operated on tomorrow morning at the Oerman Hospital of Chicago Pond Tthum not serious As he was at tils of Floe yesterday. Heirs of Goodall file receipts the heirs of the late Edwin have sled with the of the Superior court receipts for a partial distribution of the estate in accordance with the be quests of the will As follows Helflin s. Goodall has received Cash and an undivided interest in the real property of the a thur Goodall has received Cash and an undivided one fourth of the real Wrork Rev Ella Goodall Coope has received Cash and an undivided one fourth of the _ Fonner look to your food if you have indigestion. Stop taking drugs and go ten Days on with Cream or Good milk. It will work wonders. This food is made of wheat and Barley and is baked for Many hours. It is easily digested and contains tie material the weak stomach requires to grow Strong on so that other food can be eaten later. Be sure to Chew the grape Nuu Well before swallowing. Surroundings Are far from agree file t a Man of delicate tastes who has Bee nurtured among the most pleasant sur round Ines and always been As it were in the Lap of luxury. Physicians named. After court adjourned for the Day judo Cabaniss announced the appointment of doctors Joseph s. Morrey a. P. O Brien Ard b. Mcgini to make an examination of Ruef. After selecting the Board of physicians. Judge Cabaniss made the following statement i selected a Board of of my own not because i Oleti to cast any reflection of the physicians who have Al ready certified that or. Ruef in poor health As the result of his confinement but because i find among their number certain men who were closely connected with the in _ political and so Cial capacities while Star was in the ascendant and As a natural re sult they might be accused of prejudice in spite of their known neut Talon for Honor and Luthey a appointed Forman of her House William j. Luckey. Foreman of chem ical engine a. 1. Was promoted on recommendation of is Superior officer. Chief Ball to the position of Foreman of the new House on Alice Luckey. Since he has been a member of the fire sep artist has made an enviable record and new promotion came As the result of Merls. The new Gme House is one of the most Tai port t in the Cit m the Teatter of Ira fires Ana win add much to the of j it ency of the undeserved father of a credit for Hattaw a lot he does t possess. I that the Coal pm to sit for afoot of Anniv Anjik cwt a fat a Asj aass re Nail fowl be obtained. Furniture Sale now includes entire Stool it began Frith 600 pieces and Seu of Beautiful including period Stylet at prices that Lewert to r it us been so successful that we How Dadius limits so beginning today you May Seurt any Pinr buy them at very great redux from the regain pts come at you eat l come Only 600 Ian jk1
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