Died - Lilly Greve - 246 David Mottar in Lewis Co. Washington - 246 Died - Thomas Stocks - 247. Mrs. Messey A. Brier of Lodi - 249 Died - Cousin Calvin S. Locke of Westwood, Mass - 253 Died - Elvira Haviland - 254 Alonzo Van Sandt - 258 Died - Corwin S. Pearce - Step-Son of Will Thomas. Jr. - 271 Died - Cousin Hetta Marie Haynes of New York City - 272 Died - Mrs. Addie McMartin - 274 Mrs. Carolina Muir - 237 Died - Mrs. C.A. Hatch - 281 Mrs. Joan M. Bates - 282 Died - Mrs. Helda Eliza Cardozo - 285 George Steacey - 289 Died - Booker T. Washington of Tuskeegee Institute - 290 Died - Mrs. Catherine Grubbs in Stockton - 290 Joseph T. Kerr - 292 Died - Mrs. Jane L. Kelly - 293 John Plotz - 294 Died - Judge Frank H. Smith - 296
Record of 80 deaths.
Election - State - Woman's Suffrage Amendment Carried - 53 Electricity used in Meeting house for the first time - 54 Electricity put into our House - 56 Entertainment - School - in our Hall to Raise Funds for Flag for the School-house- 77 Election for School Trustee - Fred Figge Re-Elected - 81 Election - Presidential Preferential Primary - Lockeford and California Instructed for Roosevelt - 88 Electric Light-100-Candle-power-Installed on Lawn. 104 Election - Primary - for Nomination for Co. Officers - 106 Election - Presidential - Woodrow Wilson and Thomas Marshall Elected-Supervisoral Dist. voted wet by 51 majority - Lockeford dry by 42 votes - 116 Election - of School Trustee - Charles Weber - Re-elected 137 Electric - Fan Installed at Howard's - 161 Eclipse of Moon - Nearly Total - 188 Election - in Lodi for Wet or Dry - went Wet - 193 Earthquake - also reported At Stockton, Sacramento and Reno, Nevada - 196 Election - Primary - for the State of Cal - 218 Election - State - State-Wide Prohibition Lost - 231 Exposition Opened - the Panama - Pacific - in San Francisco - 247 Election of School Trustee - Fred Figge Re-elected - 256 Entertainment Given by Civic Center in our Hall - 266 Electricity Installed in house Occupied by Eddie - 275 Earthquake - Wasatch Mts. 283 Electricity - Re-wiring our house - Dean J. Locke - 286 Election - Special - for Amendments to State Constitution - 287
Original dimensions: 23 x 36 cm.
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