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500 Alpha Ill 500 Ophir ..165
30.0 I'uMlon 05 500 Overman 22
200 Challenge ... 25 300 Potosi 25
300 Chollar 13 ICO Scg Belcher... (•»
300 Con C & Va.1 53 100 Sierra Nev .. 65
3500 Imperial 04 300 Silver Hill .. 75
300 Exchequer ... 14 '200 Union Con .. 66
600 Julia ........ 04 700 Utah 16
200 Mexican :....l 05* 100 Yellow Jacket 46
1 • Afternoon Session.
600 Gould &. Cur 23 400 Sierra Ner .. 68
400 Con G — .Va.1 BO 300 Exchequer ... 14
100 Savage.. 23 1000 Exchequer ... 15
! 100 Chollar ....... 14 400 Justice ...... C8
400 Potosi 27 50 Union 66
100 Yellow Jacket 51 100 Julia 04
500 Imperial ..... 05 *K> Challenge ...; 27
800 Alpha "... 11 300 Con N Y 18
Following. were the sales on the Pacific
Stock Exchange yesterday:
200 Belcher 24 100 Mexican 1 05
* 200 Belcher 25 100 Ophir 1 62»S
. 100 Con C «fc V.I 67% 200 Overman .... 20
: 200 Hale & Norcs 60 300 Seg Belcher... 10
600 Julia 04
900 Andes 16 100 Ophir .': 1 70 '
' 500 Bullion OC 400.Overman ..... 26
10O Con C 4 Va.1 60 200 Potoei 27
100 Confidence ... 85 1000 Savage ...... 23
600 Crown Point.. 12 500 Sierra Nev .. 67
SCO Crown Point:. 1 13 600 Sierra' Nev .. 6S
600 Exchequer ... 14 300 Silver Hill .. 75
200 Oot;!<1 & Cur 25 200 Union Con . . 67
300 Kentuck 03 300 Union Con .. 6S
. 100 .Mexican 1 05 200 Yellow Jacket 60
200 Mexican ...1 07% 200 Yellow Jacket 49
300 Mexican 1 10
TONQPAH MINING EXCHANGE.
Following were the sales on the San Fran
cisco and Tonopah Mining Exchange yester
1000 Esperanza ... 04 j
8000 fcsperanza ... 04 200 Paymaster ... 14
600 Mizpah Ex .. 32 200 Ton N Star. 60
800 Mont Ton ...1 00 ¦
'Zt-"i CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
" - ' n't
FRIDAY, Sept. 11—3:30 p. m.
Btd.Ask.| . • BId.Ask
Alpha 10 11 Justice OS 09
Alta 04 06 Kentuck ¦ 02 04
Andes 15 . 1« Lady Wash.. OS
Belcher 28 29 Mexican 1 05 1 10
Best & Belch.l 60 I 65 Occidental ... 35 33
Bullion 06 07 Ophir 165 17a
Caledonia .... 81 85 Overman .... 23 25
Challenge.... 26 23 Potosi 28 27
Chollar 13 15, Savage 23 24
Con C & Va.1 60 1 63;Seg Belcher... 11 12
Confidence ... 86 ¦ 90. Scorpion "..... 02 04
: Con N Y ...'. 17 lSlSierra Ner ..67 70
Crown Point.. 12 14 Silver Hill .. 75 71;
Exchequer ..-. 14 15: St. Loula ....— is
Gould & Cur. 24 25 Syndicate .... — 00
Hale &"Ncrcs. 60 52: Union ....... 67 69
Imperial...... 04 05 Utah ......... 18 17
Julia 04 031 Yellow Jacket S3 85
TONOPAH MINES. . -
Bid. Ask. Bid. Ask.
Esperanza ... 03 W Rescue ...... 00 JO
Gipsy Queen. 25 26 Ton Belmon^.l S5 1 tiu
Hannapah ... — 22 Ton Fraction. — 60
Lucky Tom... — -Ctt Ton & G W;. — 05
MacNamara . 10 . 15 Ton of Ner... — 8 0O
Mizpah Ex... 31 _ Ton N Star... 47, SI
Mont Ton.... 98 1 00 Ton Midway.. - 86 45
Paymaster... 13 . U Ton tc S Lake-* — • 45
Pine Grove... — M United Ton. ".. 15. 2w ,
• Auguste Goldtree to Emma Ehrenpfort, lot
on N line of Eddy street, »>8:t> E of Goufth
E 0:3 by N 120, quitclaim deed; $3. '
Henry Besby or Beesley to Jane Besby lot
On S line of Grove street, 137 :« \V of Frank
lin, W 27:0 by S 120; #10.
Agnes Schlefer to Gertrude Rayfleld, lot 'on
W line of Buchanan street. 34:6 N of Kate
N 30:6 by W 00;: $10. . '
George H. and Bessie H. Lent to Jacob II
Stern, lot on"N line of Ellis street Si'U E
of Steiner. E 25, N 112:6, E 25 N 25 W
137:«, S 25. E 87:6, S 112:0; $10.
Martin Meyer to Alice A. Armstrong (wife
of 8. C). lot on N line of Fell street, 1626
E of Devlsadero, E . £5 by N 137:0. quitclaim
deed; fl. . , v
Alice A. and S. C. Armstrong to Edward
L. Butler, same; $10.
Patrick Convery to Annie and Kste-Conr
very and Mary Shields, lot on S line of Post
itrctt. 11)2:6 W of Baker, -W 27:6 by S 137-6*
fittt, .V. .:....
John F. English to Wilbelmine English lot
on N line ot Fell street.. 81 :3 W of JLvon W
25 by N lOOiKlft.: . ,
Mary Lane to Alfred tjrry, ¦ lot on«:W line
of ABhbury street, 242:3 S of Waller S 25
by W 18«:3; $10.
" Rodolphus W. or Rudolphus W. ,and Mary
T. Cofnn to Isabel A. Barrinjrton, Jut on W
line of Guerrero street, 115:6 S of Sixteenth
8 30. W 09, N 2:2%, 42:3. N (5O:O}4 E
35:3%, S 31:6%. E »<J:10; $10.
Elizabeth ' Ward well to Michael and Annie
Swetz, lot on S line of Elizabeth street 178*4
W of Ellen, W 25 by S 114; $10.
Charles H. Hammond • to Amelia A. Cham
beriln (Hammond), lot on NE corner of Army
street and San Jose avenue, E 132:2, N 80
NW 123. SW 18:3%, S 63:0*4, quitclaim
deed; $1. ¦• -- - , - ¦¦ ¦
- Mathelde or Mathilda Rledel to Georglana
"Chandler, lot on- W line of Mason street 40
N of Sacramento. N 40 by W 60; $10.
Associated Property Owners of San Fran
cisco (corporation), to Margaret J. Wall, lot
on N line of Pine street. 137:6 E of Hyde.
N 137:6 by F. 75:6; S10.
Louise Boutet to David and Rose Levy, lot
on S'line of Vallejo street, 87:5% E of Larkin.
E 23:5*4, 8,80. W. 22:11%. N SO. AV 0:1, N 30
$10. ¦ ; ¦
George Hammersmith to Helen C. Magee and
Charlotte A. Curtis, lot -on N corner of Bryant
street and Stanley place. NE 87:6 by NW 100:
$10. . - ' / .' ' •- .' .':. -..;
Gustave C. and ElUabeth Llndauer to Joseph
Buttgcnbach, lot on SE line of Shipley street.
275 SW of Fourth, SW 25 by SE 75; $10.
Solomon Pelser to Flora Kalisky. Bertha, Liz
zie and Solomon Pelser and Fannie Rosenberg
lot on NE line of Sixth street. 90 SB of Mar
ket SE 20 by NE 78. quitclaim deed; 'SI.
- Herman and Louise A. Toelken to Jesse "D.
Hannah, lot on S corner of/ Harrison and Oait
Grove street*.. SW 56 by SE 100; $10.
Oscar R. and Mabel McGee and William N.
Canfleld to JEdmond Becsey. lot on E Ilne%of
Tenth avenue. 275 N o£ I street. N 25 by _
120- $10 - ¦ ¦ . , ¦¦ ,
Continental Bulldinj? and Loan Association
to Edward Zachary, loi 26. block 19. Sunny
elde; $10. \ "¦ " '
Michael Layden to James F. Layden. lot en
SW line of Eleventh avenue, 125 NW of P
street, NW 25 by SW 100, block 226, O'N. and
H. Tract; $10. ....
¦ George, and Kate Ryan to Gustave. A. and
1 1 11 ma J; Pundlof. lot on'NE line of Ryan ave
nue. 25 NW ~> of Peralta Etreet, NW 25 by NE
100 lots 25 and 27, Ryan's subdivision of Po
trerovValley lots 219 to 223; $10. y 1
Same to August and Maria Engberg. lot on
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11.
EEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
/SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE.
Following were the sales in tho San Fran
cisco Stock and Exchange Board yesterday:
PostaJ Device & Imp .... . ....
San Francisco Dry Dock... 47 00- ....
gausallto Land &' Ferry... 16 00
Sperry Flour Company . . . . 2T 50 ' 30 00
Standard Electric .... . IS 00
Truckee Electric 13 50 16 00
Union Sugar 22 50 ....
United. Gas & Electric .:.. 34 50
Western". Fish Co : - ....
1 "¦; -" 5 ; J "'— OFFICIAL. SALES. ;" : ! ' : ,"
Morning- Session. •
Board — . >
400 Starling Oil : 2 70
1000 Monarch OH 55
100 Monarch OH 56
1500 Independence Oil. b 60 18
Street — '
5000 Caribou Oil 110
100 Reed Crude Oil 42 •
1000 Independence Oil IS
' Board — '
100 Sovereign Oil 37
10O Home Oil .....' DO
100 Home Oil 1 a~\i
200 Home Oil, s 30 87^
1000 Occidental Oil 19
1000 Occidental Oil, b 90 20
100 Monarch Oil '. ;.. 58
300 California Standard 11
Continued From Page Eleven.
. Off stalk. 9 cents per kilo (2 1-5 pounds), c
f. f. Xew York; fine off stalk. 9^%: cents per
kilo. c. J. 1. Xew York;, finest- off .stalk, 10^i
cents per kilo. *c. I, f.vN«w Tork; layers, two
crown, 10% cents' per kilo/ c- I. f- New York;
layers,, three-crown,- 11% cents per kik>; «. i; f.
New York; lajV-rs, four-crown, 12 Vi cents per
kilo. c.i. f. New York. ....._ ,.
J.Lt. Byrne, United States Vice Consul
at Valencia; Spain, has forwarded the
following report concerning Spanish rai
sins, under date of August 17:
The high temperatures and protracted
drought referred to in my last report as threat
ening the otherwise brilliant prospects for a
heavy raisin crop continued all through the lat
ter half of July and first days of August, seri
ously, reducing the total yield of grapes, which
is now estimated to fall short of 500,000 hun
dred-weights, or 25.000 tons, the fruit being
also slightly below the average In size. Open
ing prices are, therefore, exceptionally high.
62 pesetas (about $S 50) per 100 klloa (22O.4
pounds) being to-day's quotation, which gives
the following- average equivalent values In
United States currency:
Falling Off Officially Reported to Be
VALENCIA BAISIN CROP.
Four hundred colonies of the scutellista
have been distributed by J. Thomas of
Monrovia. All persons coincide in the
statement that the black scale has met
his mortal foe. Among those bearing tes
timony are -Horticultural Commissioners
Jeffrey and Strong and Horticultural In
spector C. A. Day. The colonies of the
Bcuiellista are active and thriving at many
Southern California points, at Glendora,
Azusa, Riverside, Santa Ana, Escondldo
Alexander Craw, Deputy Horticultural
Commissioner of California, has submitted
an interesting report of the thriving of th a
South African Internal parasite, the scut
ellista-cyanea p which wag imported to
destroy the black scale, one of the most
formidable of all enemies of the olive, the
orange and the lemon. Mr. Craw writes
to Horticultural Commissioner EUwood
Cooper that the South African organism
with the hyphenated name is doing great
"work. The parasite is regularly estab
lished and doing the business it was im
ported for In Montecito. Santa Barbara
County, at Mr. Gillespie's place In Ven
tura County, in lx»s Angeles County, in
the olive grove of W. E. Hughes, a few
miles southwest from the city of Los An
geles, and at other- places in Southern
California. . W, E. Hughes furnished this
testimonial for the scutellista:
¦ I am glad to be able to report that the scu
tellista has made its appearance generally
throughout my orchard, thus proving its ability
to winter successfully in Southern California.
I recrard this as a matter of great importance
to 'the fruit growers of the State, aa it setms
to number the days of the black scale pext.
There can be no doubt as to the ability cf the
scutellista to destroy the black hc:%I« rapidly,
when once it has' been generally distributed
throughout the Infested districts. I desire to
acknowledge my indebtedness for the benefits
which I have derived.
The show will continue until next Mon
day night. Performances are given every
afternoon and evening. That the resi
dents of this city appreciate the excel
lence of the circus is evidenced by tha
tremendous crowds that nil the tent at
It Is worth the price of admission to
see the daring John Rooney double somer
sault off one horse's back onto another.
The trained seals are almost human in
their feats. Gonaro and Theol do some
odd contortions and are heartily applaud
ed. Forty clowns keep the spectators in
a merry mood by their funny cupers.
Probably the most interesting thing in
the entire circus is the collection of an
imals. Zebras, rhinoceroses, monkeys,
gnus, leopards, lions, tigers and a score
of other animals gaze out of cages at tho
moving crowds. The most attractive caga
is that which contains the tigress and
her young. The mother guards her young
with jealous care and no one dares ga
"Gee whir, dis Is der best s howl e vet
seed In me life," murmured the small boy
as he munched popcorn and gazed with
wide open eyes at RJngllngs' tnre,e-rlnseii
circus last night The little fellow tried
to watch three \rings at one time and
strained his eyes before half the lengthy
programme- was presented. His experi
ence was not unlike that of thousands of
others who crowded the .'immense . tent.
Every ring had Its quota of clever per
formers and the platforms and 'arena
were filled with funny . clowns and per
forming animals. For more ' than two
hours the spectators were amused by the
marvelous sights presented. The big tenc
echoed with laughter and applause, and
every one but the man who could not
get in was content. - ;V." .
RlngUngs' circus has many features.
In fact; It Is all features. There is nut
an uninteresting minute during the per
formance, and the spectator wonders
what is coming next. He does not have
to wonder long, as the ringmaster signals
with his whistle and in a moment the
arena Is filled with other performers. The
acts are short, but excellent.
Bug With Hyphenated Name
Is Killing Foe of Cit
3>r'v rus Fruits.
Forty Clowns and New
Features Thrill Old
Craw Reports the South
African Parasite a
• } Success. . ...
Monster Tent Is Taxed
to Its Utmost
OF BLACK SCALE
John A. and Lucy McCarl to Robert P.
Howe, lot on S line of Thirty-seventh street.
172 E of Market, S 109.19, E 26.42. N 109.48.
W 34.57. portion plat 37, Kellersberger's map
Rancho V. andvD. Peralta, Oakland; $10.
Heron-Holcomb Co. (a corporation) to P. E.
Bowles, lot on W line of Jackson street, 120 N
of Twelfth, N 80 by W 150, lots 15 to 17, and
portion lots 12 to 14 and 18, block A70, KeKers
berger's map, Oakland; $15,000.
Herman and A. Granz (wife) to Emil H.
Granz. lot 8, block A, property Berkeley Home
stead Association. Berkeley; gift.
Hubert Judge (widower) to Leah F. Mott
(single), lot on SW corner of Eighteenth street
and Alameda avenue. S 150 by W 131, block 4,
map Bartlett 50-acre tract, Encinal Station,
Alameda: $10. .- .. ,\ ... i',;;u- .:
Duncan McDuffle (single) to Lueile Eave«
(single). lot on E line of College avenue. 40.20
N of Russell street, N 40 by E 120, block A,
map University Villa Tract. Berkeley; $10.
Mitchell Johnson (by James Mason, attor
ney) to Xora Avery Tompkins, lot on S line of
Durant avenue. 300 E of Telegraph avenue,
E 60 by S 130. block 10. property College
Homestead Association. Berkeley; $100.
.James Bell .to Jerome C. Ford, lot on S line
of Dwight way, 477.33 E" of Its intersection
with B line of plat 61. E 156 by S-250, portion
plat 56, map Rancho V? and D. Peralta,
'• Addle F. and Henry Menge to American
Bonding Company of Baltimore, lot 7. Bray
Tract, to secure bond of $1000, Brooklyn Town
ship; $1000. ;
Margaret E. and E. G. Maxwell to. I. L.
Saxton lot on N line of Saratoga avenue 160
W of Orchard street, W 40 by N 120. loi 12,
block A. amended map Moss Tract. Brooklyn
Township; $10. ' " ' . -• -¦*>..*
Stephen H.. Andrew W. and -Elizabeth Cul
ver, Grace C. Hlnman. Elsie F.. Whitlock and
Emma • Blackman to Emma S. Booth, lot on
W corner of East Twenty-third street and
Orange Grove avenue, NW 37:6 by SW 110.24,
lot 13 and portion lot 14. block C. map -sub
divisions of Heald Twenty-thlrd-avenue Tract,
Brooklyn Township: $10.
Reginald and Lilla K. Mills to S. P. Har
der, lot on N line of B street, 250 E o*
Grand E 50 by N 150. lot 7. block 102. map
No. 1 of portion Meek Tract, Haywarda, • Eden
Mary Hayes (single) to Mary Sophia Snow,
lot on NE corner of Maple street' and Telegraph
avenue. E 130. N 100. E 25. N 50, W to Tele
graph avenue. S 155.85 to beginning, lots 1 to
6. block R. of portion . Roberts &
Wolfskin Tract, Oakland: $10.
Edson B. and Elizabeth E. Spltler to Lizzie
E. and . George T. Watson, lot on E line of
Henry street. 80 S of Vine. S 40 by E 1.J5.
portion lot 3. block S, Graves and Taylor
Tract. Berkeley; $10.
Mae E. and George F. Hardy to E. P. Van
dercook Co. (a corporation),, lot on E line of
Willow street. 25:7 N of Pacific, N 50 by E
74:3, lots 2 and 3. block 466. Gibbons property
at Oakland Point. Oakland: $10.
Mary E. Alexander and Sarah L.-- Stunner to
E. L. B. McClelian, lot on NE corner of
Talcott and Irving avenues. NE 145.25. SE
33.34. SW 123.91. W. 39.58, lot 18. map re
subdivlsion Corley" Tract. Oakland; $10.
Charles E. and Emma M. Batdorf to Mrs.
A. H. Patty, lot on N line of Berkeley way.
00 E of Mllvla street. E 45 by N 136.69, lot
9. Mock 2, map survey 1949 for J. L. Clapp,
subject to portion of plat 97, etc., Berkeley;
Bertha K. Welsshand (Kriske) to Flora E.
Bowers, lot on NE corner of Ellsworth and
Parker streets. N 44:10 by E 90,- block R.
Leonard Tract, Berkeley; $10.
C. and Alma Leidecker (wife) to .Frank
Johnson, lot on W corner of Putnam and Bas
sett streets, NW 50, SW 82.1, SE 60.72, NE
90.72, lots 5 and G, block 751, map Syndicate
Investment Company's subdivision of blocks
751, etc.," Levy and Lane • Tract. Frultvale,
Brooklyn Township; $10.
Nik Ernie (single) to Kmlly G. Coulter, lot
on N line of Fifth avenue', 236.57 Eof Elm.
street, E 60, N 126.40, W 60, S 126.10, lot :
267 and portion of lot 268, map -of Madison
Square, Elmhurst, etc., Brooklyn Township;
$10. - ' • ¦ ¦
Annie F. and 'Walter E. Logan to J. J. Mee
han. lot 40. block B, map Fruitvale Villa
Tract, Brooklyn Township; $10.- ; *
Albert S. Woodbridge to same, lot 41, block
B, same' map, Brooklyn Township; $10.
D. A. and Matilda Godfrey (wife) to John
Young (single), lot on E line of Willow street,
70 N of Encinal avenue (since widened),' N-35
by B '100; portion of lots 1= and 2 In W-half
of block E, map property -Pioneer Homestead
Association, Alameda; $10."" _. ."..-'
William and Rose Henkel (wife) to Anna
H. Schwartz (widow), lot on NE corner of
Santa Clara avenue (since widened to 80 feet)
and Walnut street, E 75 by N 145, portion of
lots 1 and 2, block 34, map lands adjacent to
Encinal. Alameda; $10. . .
Charles L. and Olga Barrett (wife) to Hu
bert Judge (widower), lot on SW corner of
Eighteenth' street and Alameda avenue; S 150
by W 131, block 4. map Bartlett 60-Acre Tract,
Encinal station,., Alameda; $10. •. ;
George H. Porep to Agatha Porep, undi
vided half interest in lot on S line of Railroad
avenue, 150 W of Walnut street. W 50 by S
217:8, lot 13, block 23, lands adjacent to En
cinal, Alameda; $10.
A. F. and Maybelle H. Cornwall to E. P.
Vandercook Co. (a corporation),- lot. on -NW
line of Erie street, ' 100 NE of Cottage; ' NE
100 by NW 100, Jets «9 and 70, map. Oakland
Prospect Homestead, also lot on N corner ¦ of
Cottage and Ohio streets, NW 150, NE 100. SE
T>0, NE 200. NW 100. NE 50, SE 100, SW 50.
SE 100. SW 300 to beginning, lots 74, 79. 88
to 93. same map: also lot on S corner of Ohio
and Prince streets. SW 153:9. SE 60:1. NW
163:9, ' NW to beginning, lot 100, same map,
also lot on SE line of Ohio street, 100 SW of
Prince or Chamber, SW 39:9, SE 09.90 to cen
ter of small creek or gulch, NW to point
which would be Intersected by a line drawn
through point at beginning and at right angle
to SE line Ohio street, NW 60 to beginning,
.portion lot .99, same map. Oakland: $10.
Delia Hanratty 'or Hanratta to Dwight
Hutchinson (single), lot on S line of Falrvlew
or Sixty-sixth street, 324.S3 from W Telegraph
avenue, said nolnt forming- also W line land
conveyed to first party, 536 D. 33, thence SE
120, SW 25, NW 120, portion Vicente Peralta
Reservation. Oakland: $10.
S Same to Rasmus Peterson, lot on S lino of
Vernon or First avenue. 649.55 from its inter
section with E line of College avenue and S
169 by E 110. lots 69 and 60. map Rosa Lawn
Park. Oakland Township; $10.
August and Johanna M. Rohrweber (wife) to
Elmus A. Chappell, lot on SW corner of For
ty-fifth or Wallace avenue' and Salem street.
W 137. S 228.65. E 137.55. N 213.75. Oakland
QUfctav A.. . Greub - to John A. Haselbacher,
lot on N ' line of Kent street. 97 E of Tremont.
B 47 by N 100. lot 8, block H. amended map
portion Newbury Tract- Berkeley; $10.-
Edward D. and Helen Harmon (wife) (and
as attorney) to Benjamin C. J. and Frances
Finr.ey (wife), lot on S line of Tyler street.
CO W. of Calais, W 50 by S 135, lot 21. block
J. map subdivision blocks I. J and. L, Har
mon Tract, Berkeley; $10,
L. W. and Myrtle E. Foss (wife) to W. H.
Melsome. lot on E line of West or Grove
street. 260 S of Gllman or Berryman. S CO by,
B 135. portion lot 6. block 17. property Berke
ley Villa Association. Berkeley; $10.
F. H. and Fannie M. Lawton (wife) to M.
Salira Austin, lot on N line of Vine street,
45 W of Spruce. N'100 by W 40. portion lots
37 to- 40. block 2. resubdivislon of portion plat
of T. M. Antlsell's map Villa Lots at Berke
ley, Berkeley; $10.
Laura' C. and R. M. Fitzgerald (husband)
to Winifred Perry (wife of R. A.), lot on N
lino of Second avenue, 028.51 E of College ave
nue, etc. N 279 E 200, . N 224, E 139.4. S
503. W 336.61. to beginning, lots 22 to 33 and
48 to 50. map Rose Lawn Park, Oakland Town
Juliet J. Mezes (owner) with S. A. Born
(contractor), architects Skldmore & Schropfer —
All work for 2 two-story attic and basement
frame buildings commencing at a point 50 ¦ N
from NW corner of Green and Flllmore streets,
N 60 by W CO; $0980.
I . - Joseph and Jacob Weissbeln (owners) with
John M. Olsen (contractor), architect .
'All Work for a 7-room frame cottage on S line
of Twenty-second street^ between Hoffman ave
; nue and Dougtess street, lot 37. Heyman Tract;
I Same owners with same contractor, architect
. Same for a 5-room frame, cottage on
8 line of Twenty-second street, between Hoff
man avenue and Douglass street, lot 36, Hey
; man Tract; J1900. - "' ¦ ' -
: Samuel O. Meyer (owner) with Mallory _
i Swenson (contractors), architect A. J. Kosby
— All work except mantels and gas chandeliers
for a 3-story and basement frame building
I (store and' flats), commencing* at a point 1(XJ
I NB from corner of Geary • and ' Larkin streets,
N 17:3 on Larkin by E.6O; $S295. -'
O. E. and Emma Sohl (ownert) with G. J.
' Doering (contractor and architect) — All work
except painting, cement sidewalks and window
shades *for- a 1%-story and basement frame
building on E line of Vermont Btreet. 100 S
of Twenty-second. S 25 by E 100; $2000.
SW line or Ryan avenue. 120 NW of Peralta,
NW 25 by SW 85 lot 8, George Ryan's sub
divisions 219 to 223; |10.
Thomas M. Rea to S. Ducas Company (a cor
poration), lot on SW line of San Bruno street.
152 SE of Kelton, SE 42 by SW 120, block 3,
University Mound; $500.
Hanorla and Patrick Broderlck to Louis L.
Bondeli, lot on NW line of Mission street. 128:6
NE of Twenty-ninth, NE 45 by NW 200. lots
25 and 26, Tiffany and Dean Tract; $10.
Emma Hale and Clara King (wife of Wil
liam H.):to Clara Sylva^ lot on SW line of
Eighth avenue. 150 NW of H street. NW 75 by
SW 100, block 61, South San Francisco Home
'stead; $10. -
" Clara Sylva to Jens Anderson, same; $500.
* , Builders' Contracts.
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IS THE CIRCUS
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SATURDAY, BJfirTEMBBR 12, 1903.
Will close on September 24/
1903,. and all holders . of Atlas
Coupons are requested to pre-
sent tiiem immediately, as this
.great opportunity to secure one
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CONDITION AND AT FAIB3
OF NORTH .AMERICA
(FOUNDED A. ' D. 1792)
OP PHILADELPHIA, IN THE STATE OP
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ber. A. D. 1U02, and for the year ending ' on
that day. as made to the Insurance Commis-
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the provisions of Sections 610 and Ml of th«
Political Code, condensed- as per blank fur-
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Capital 12,000,000 00
Amqunt of Capital Stock- paid up . -
in Cash ...,,.... 3,000.000 CO
- » - ASSETS.
ReaT Estate: owned br Company.. $725300 00
Loans on Bonds and Mortgages.. 1,130,997 29
Cash Market Value of all Stocks
and Bonds owned by Company. 0,701,750 CO
Amount of Loans secured by
pledge of Bonds, Stocks and
other marketabre securities as
collateral » I.. 821.400 00
Cash In Company's Office ...'.... 10,307 »'!»
Cash in Banks 1,147.103 25
Interest due and accrued on
Bonds and Mortgages 7,627 30
Premiums In due Course of Col-
lection OSri.5.32 44
Bills receivable, not Matured,
taken for Fire and Marine
Risks M.059 10
Book accounts due company 4,2tii 88
Oue from other Companies for re-
insurance on losses already paid 5!)0 57
Total Assets V ;$1O.«OM83 50
Loom adjusted and unpaid |11S,669 27
Losses in process of Adjustment
or In Suspense BOD. 612 70
Losses resisted. Including ' ex-
penses ¦ t 43. 713 03
Gross orejniums on Fire Risks
running one year J>r less. $.1,-
277.077 35; reinsurance 50 per
cent 1, eSS. OSS 69
Gross oremiums on Fire Risks
running more than one year. . .
$3,908,409 29; reinsurance pro
rata 2.008.453 23
Gross premiums on Marine Time .
¦Risks, $ ; reinsurance 50
per cent , 362.119 00
Amount reclalmable by the In-
sured on perpetual fire insur- '
ance policies 769,411 W
Cash dividends remaining unpaid 60 CO
Due and accrued for salaries,
rent, etc 4B.34* ft*
All other liabilities ' ¦ 60.433 58
Total Liabilities ............ ?3.713.994*Bd
INCOME. r ~ t
Net cash actually received for
Fire premiums (1,891.334 49
Net cash actually receKred • for
Marine premiums 1,859,619 "S
Received for Interest on Bonds. ...
and Mortgages . 70,043 43
Received for interest and divi-
dends on Bonds. Stocks. Loans
and front all other sources 237. *49 *.'?
Received for Rants -42,644 44.
Received from all other sources.. Gil, 521 21
Total Income ..i 17.415.713 17
EXPENDITCnES. .. ::„
Net amount paid for Fire Losses $2,523,417 53
Net amount paid for Marine -
Losses 1.C17.S53 4t
Dividends to Stockholders i ' 559.940 00
Paid or allowed for Commission
or Brokerage 1,312,634 64
Paid for Salaries. Fees and other - , -
charges for officers, clerks, etc. 394.212 2t
Paid for State, National and
Local taxes 139,37900
AH other payments and expendl- ¦ •
tures • • 373.6J3 64
Total Expenditures $8,44.<t.0St S3
- - • 1 ¦ Fire. •' » : "" Marine.
during the year.$2.707,917 53 . $1.130.833 41
Risks and Premiums.! Fire Rlaka.l Premiums.
Ntt amount of Risks ¦
written during the i
year $594.679. 472!S6.203. 041 37
Net amount of Risks
expired during the
year ... 56D.711.S43 a.S6f>.7«3 42
Net amount In force
December 81. 1902- 617.467.I36l 7.270.478 64
Mar. : Risks. Premiums.
Net amount of -Risks ,-.>-•¦•*;
written during the
year $302,600,703 $2,133,363 21
-Net amount of Risks - .. - . « ¦,-.. i^.tt
expired during the -•.•-"»•"
year 391.330.11S 2.133.437 48
Net amount In force ' %
December 31. 1OO2. - 6.505.614 362.119 CO
T~< CHARLES PLATT. Pres't.
. GREVILLE E. FRYER. Sec'y.
. Subscribed and sworn to before me. this 16th
day of January. 1903. .
RICH'D. H. REILLT. Notary Public.
buses Paid Since Organization, $111,857,074.87
JAMES D, BAILEY,. General Agent
412 CALIFORNIA STREET,
SAN FRANCISCO. E|
CEO. H. MURDOCK & SON, City.Ajents
1 SPECIAL NOTICES. '
NOTICE is hereby given, that the Transfer
Books fir ihe transfer of stock of Tbe Bank
cf California will be closed September 15.
1903. at :' o'clock p. m.. and will reopen on
i-"rld»y. October 2, 1903. By order of tbe
Beard. of Directors.
ALLEN M. CLAY. Secretary.
September 3, 1903.
DR. A. E. NEUMEISTER. Surgeon— Special
attention given to medical and surgical dis-
eases of women, diseases of th*. liver ptom-
ach and bowels. 51.1-14 Ftarr King bldjr..
J-l Geary rt. : tel. Private Exchange 21C.
CATARRH, DEAFNESS and NOISES in EARS
positively cured: new method; 1 week's treat-
ment free. Dr. Cottlngham. 204 gutter st.
STL'TTEKIXG AND STAMMERING.
MELBOURNE System School. Van Ness and
Market: positive cure for all. Don't delay.
The following marriage licenses were Issued
yesterdaj 1 :
Charles L. Becker, 31, San Jose, and Belle
Charles, 28, San Jose.
Martin Barbir.. 32. 242 Clementina street,
and Annie Batica. 29, 242 Clementina street.
Carlos Broock. 22, 439 Third street, and
Marie Prete, IS, 1.1 Scott place.
Robert W. •. Campbell, 24, Orovllie, and Au-
gusta 12. Well?, 23. Oroville.
William J. Graves. 46. 103 Grove •treet. and
Edith E. London. 38, St. John, New-. Bruns-
Josef Lemacher. 28. Colma, and Mina
Echwelghausser, 25, Colma
"William S. Skinner, 30. city, and Rilla Lee.
Mllo J. Andersen, 30, 1500 Dolores street,
and A. Blanche Thiel, 18, 229 Day etreet..
Adolph B. Henning. 22. 2217 Howard street,
and Hedwlg Weiss. 19. 1133 Tennessee street.
BIRTHS— MARRIAQES— DEATHS.
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by
mall will not be inserted. Theymust.be handed
in at either of the publication offices and be
Indorsed with the name and residence of per-
sons authorized to have the same published.
BRUGUIERE— In this city, September 6, 1903,
to the wife of P. S. Brugulere, a son. ¦
KELLY— In this city. September 8, 1903, to
the wife of Robert C. Kelly, a. eon.
MARTIN— STEALEY— In this city. September
0, 1903, by the Rev.' William K. Guthrie,
pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Jesse
C. Martin Jr. and Ethel Stealey, both of San
TIMMS — DIBBLE— In this city. September 10.
1003, by the Rev. Frederick A. "Doane, Harry
C. Tlmms of San Francisco and Maud Dib-
ble of ToDeka, Kans. . ' " £
Bergin. Annabella Knox, Elmer
Bergln, James Lafferty, Mary
Boardman, Matilda Lambert, Mary
Bruggeman, Mrs. M. | Levy, Setta J. -
Clark, Isabella D. May, Ann
Cole. Alfred J. Melletz. Helena
Cooley, Mary Moulin, James B.
Coulter, Catherine Phillips, Jacob
Downey, John Poppe, Carl
East, Bertha K. no, Catherine
Ford, Catherine Roberts, Margaret
Gallagher, Nancy Russell, Dora L.
Hofmeier, Peter Steele, William.
Kamlade, Mamie Strom, Adel • ¦
Kerrell, Albert D. Warner. John W.
Kiernan, Bridget Weiss. Johanna
BERGIN— In this city. September 9, 1903, An-
nabella, beloved wife of Michael Bergin,
mother of John and Theresa R. Bergln,
daughter of James and Elizabeth Allen, and
si.ner of Mrs. N. Peder»on. Mrs. G. Belzek
Theresa. James, Joseph and John Allen and
the late Mrs. Elizabeth. Mack, a native of
San Francisco, aged- 2S years 8 months and
• 2 days.
(T7*Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 11 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence. 430 Harriet . «treet. thence to St.
Charles Borromeo's Church for services &U
12 o'clock. Interment Holy Cros* Ceme-
tery. A requiem high .mass will be cele-
brated at St. Charles Borromeo's Church
Monday, September 14, for the repose of her
soul at 1 y o'clock. Friends and acquaint-
ances are respectfully Invited to attend.
BERGIN — In this city, September 10. 1003,
" James, beloved uon of "Wineifred and- the late
John Bergln, and brother ot Michael and
John Bergin, Mrs. M.' NeaJon and Mra. Cath-
erine Helmer, a native ot San Francisco,
aged l'J years and 4 months.
CyFrlends and acquaintances are respect-"
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 11:30 o'clock, from his, mother's
residence, 2200 Sixteenth .street, between Po-
trero and Bryant avenues, thence -to St.
Charles Borromeo's Church for services at
; 12 o'clock. Intermit Holy Cross Cemetery.'
A requiem high mass will be celebrated at
St. Charles Borromeo's Church Monday, Sep-
tember 14, for the repose of his soul, . at 3
o'clock. Friends and acouaintances are re-
spectfully invited to attend.
BOARDMAN— In Camp Meeker, September 3.
l»03, Matilda Estelle. beloved daughter of
John H. and Ellen Boardman, and - sister of
Mrs. O. C. Zlnnsand Mrs. L. E. Ensign, a
native of San Francisco, aged 28 yeara.
(CyFrtends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
Saturday, September 12. 1903. at 10:30
o'clock, at the residence of her parents, 2521
Van Ness avenue, thence by electric funeral
car from the corner of Eighteenth and Guer-
rero streets at 11:30 o'clock. Interment
Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
BRUGGEMAN— In Frultvale. at the German
Altenhcim, Mrs. Marianne Bruggeman, a na-
tive of Germany, aged 72 years 3 months and
ICyFriends and acquaintances are respect-
. fully invited to attend the funeral services
to-day (Saturday), at " 2 o'clock, at the
.German Altenheim, Frultvale. Cremation at
the Oakland Crematorium.
CLARK— In this city, September 10, 1903, Isa-
bella D. Clark, a native of California.
E7 Funeral Saturday mornlns. September
12, at 11 o'clock, from the Occidental Hotel.
CpLE— In this city, September 10. 1903, Al-
\fred Joseph Cole, beloved son of Joseph A.
and Mary Cole, a native of San Francisco,
aged 7 days.
COOLEY — In this city, September 10, 1003.
Mary, beloved wife of the late Michael Coo-
ley, sister of the late James Reid, ar.d aunt
of Vincent and Henry Reid, Mrs. John Ma-
theson and Mrs. Mary Poggl, a native of
Fermanagh, Ireland, aged 71 years.
OTrifn.is and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day
(Saturday), at 8:30 o'clock, from her late
residence, 7 Morris avenue, between Fifth
and Sixth streets, off Harrison, thence to
St. Rose's Church, where a requiem hljrh
• mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, commencing at 0 o'clock. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery.
COULTER— In this city, September 11, 1003.
Catherine, dearly beloved wife of Alfred
CoulteT. daughter of Michael and Kate Kane,
and eister of Daniel and Joseph Kane, a na-
tive of San FrancisCo, aged 28 years,
CThe remains are at the parlors of the
Pacific Undertakers, 777 Mission street. No-
tice of funeral hereafter. ¦ ¦ . .
DOWNEY — In this city," September 10, 1903,
John Downey, beloved son of Edward and
Catherine Downey, a native of Ireland, aged
04 years 2 months and 17 days.. .
ITS' Friends and. acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral Sunday,
September 13, 1003, at 10 o'clock, from
Charles J. B. Metzler's undertaking pailorf,
638 Washington etreet. Interment Laurel
EAST — In this city, September 11. 1903, Ber-
tha East, beloved mother of Marvin and
" Burnice East, daushter of Mrs. Nettle Lo-
gan (formerly Mra. Nettle Howe), and sis-
ter of Mrs. B. F. . Schell, W. G. Harden,
Ernest Howe and Mrs. C. L. White, a na-
tive of California, aged 23 years 2 months
.and 8 days. ••-¦
C7*Remains at the residence of. her sister,
Mrs. . B. F. Schell. 1216 Mission - street.- be-
tween Eighth and Ninth. Funeral notice
FORD— In this city. September 10. 1003, Cath-
erine Ford, dearly beloved wife of Thomas
Ford, and mother of Delia, Patrick, John
and Ellen McCloskey and Jamea and Honour
Ford, Mrs. S. J. dl Vecchlo^and the- late
Thomas J. McCloskey, a native of County
Longford, Ireland, aged 43 yeara 1 month
and 8 days. 1
CFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
' fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day
(Saturday), at 9:30 o'clock, from her late
residence. 407A Octavla street, thence to
Sacred Heart Church, where a requiem high
- maws -will be celebrated for the repose of
her soul, commencing at 10 o'clock. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
QALLAGHER— In this city, September 11,
1903. Nancy, relict of the late Thomas H
Gal lasher, beloved mother of Mrs. J, D.
Powers, Thomas H. and William J. . Gal-
lagher and the late Mrs. E. J. Reynolds,
and sister of Mrs. Ed Rooney, Arthur Kear-
ney and the late John ¦ Kearney, a native of
County Down, Ireland, aged 65 years 9
' months and 10 days.
C7 Remains at the funeral parlors of Mc-
Ginn Bros., 224-226 McAllister street.- :
HOFMEIER — In this city, September 11, 1903,
Peter, dearly ¦ beloved husband of Margare-
the Hofmeier, • and father of Christine Mar-
garethe Hofmeier, a native of Hessen-Darm-
stadt, Germany, aged 38 years 3 months and
23 days. '
KAMLADE— In' this city. September 10. 1003.
Mamie, beloved wife- of Fred Kamlade I Jr
mother of Madeline, Raymond. Mildred and
the late Milton Kamlade, . dearly belovea
daughter of Bridget and the late Patrick
' Culltnan. and sister of Maggie, James and
Amelia Cullinan, a native of San Francisco.
(Virginia City • papers please copy.)
(C?" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
* fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Sunday), at 1 o'clock, from the residence
of her mother, 110 Gilbert street. v. Inter-
ment Holy Crew Cemetery. . •
KERRELL— -Entered into rest, September 10.
IPO;!. Albert Daw. beloved husband of Mar-
garet Daw Kerrell, and father of Amy D.
and Albert G. D..' Kerrell and Mrs. W. W.
Topping, a native of England, aged C2 year*
4 months and 4 days.
¦CFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral Sunday,
at 1 o : clock, from Mission Masonic Temple,.
Mission street, between' Twenty-second artdr
Twenty-thlrd, tinder the auspices of Cali-
fornia Lodge No, 1, F. and A. M. Inter--
ment private. Remains at the funeral par-»
lore ot Bunker &. Lunt, -WAi Mission street.
Mission Masonic I Temple, .. between Twenty-^
Hfcond and Twenty-third streets. : I
KIERNAN— In this city, September 10, 1003,
Bridget- Klernan, a native of County Cavan,
Ireland.' aged 1 Cl years. ~ '
inyThe funeral will take place to-day
(Saturday).' at 9:30 o'clock, from the parlors
of McFadden, -_cBreartj'..& Green. 1171 Mis-
sion street, between Seventh and Eighth. 1
Interment Holy CroBs Cemetery.. by 11 o'clock
train from Third and Townsend streets.
KNOX— In this city, .September 11, 1003, El-
mer, beloved son, of O.~jf. and Mary Knox,
and brother of Luther, Napoleon and Louisa
Knox, a native of San Francisco, aged 1
year 3 months and 19 days.
LAFFERTY—In Stockton, September 4, 1003,
Mary", beloved wife of James Lafferty. and
mother of John F. and Michael J. _iflferty.
a native of Ireland, aged 54 years.: (Den-
; ver. Colo., papers pleasa c6py.)
ty Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the 'funeral to-day
(Saturday), upon the arrival of the Stock-
ton train at First street and Broadway, Oak-
land, at 3:37 o'clock. Irijerment St. Mary's
LAMBERT — In the City and County Hospital,
September 11. 1903, Jtary Lambert, a na-
tive of Wyoming, aged 35 years.
LEVY— in this city. September 11, 1003, Setta
- J., relict of the lato Jacob Levy, and beloved
mother of Fred H. Levy. . Mrs. William
Goldstein, Mrs. Sam Well, Mrs. Henry Cahen
•and Mrs. Joseph Welssbein, a native of Kas-
tel. Germany, aged $57 years 10 months and
1 days. (Ban Jose papers please copy.)
(nyFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
to-morrow (Sunday), at l>:30 o'clock, from
her late residence, 1721 Pacific avenue. In-
terment Home of Peace Cemetery, by train
leaving Third and Townsend. streets at .11
o'clock. Please omit flowers.
MAY — In Elmhurst, September 10, 1903, Ann
May. a native of Ireland, aged 65 years.
ICTThe funeral will take place to-day
.(Saturday), at 7:30 o'clock, from the parlors
•of Carew & English, 29 Van . Ness avenue,
thence to St. Dominic's Church, where a
requiem high mass will be celebrated for
the repose of her soul, commencing at 8
. o'clock.; Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
MELLETZ--In this city, September 11. 1903,
Helena Melletz, beloved mother of,, Adolph
Melletz and Mrs. Lizzie Blangy, a native of
Germany, aged 70 years 7 months and T
E7"Funeral and interment private. Please
* omit flowers.
¦ MOULIN" — In this city. September 11/ 190J,
James B. Moulin, beloved father of Louis
D. and Henry L. Moulin, a native of France,
" aged 74 years and 14 days. A member of
Spartan Lodge No. 36. A. O. V. W.
E7Friends and acquaintances are respect-
•" fully invited to attend the funeral Sunday,
. at 11 o'clock, from the funeral parlors of
Porter & "White, 423 Golden Gate avenue.
.Funeral under the auspices of Spartan Lodge
No. 86, A. O. U. W. Interment Cypress
PHILLIPS— In this city, September 11. 1903,
Jacob Phillips, brother of the late Michael
Phillips, late of Idaho City, a native of
Qermahy, aged 74 years.
POPPE — At Sherman Island, September 9,
1903,' Carl Poppe, beloved son of Hans and
. Annie Poppe, and brother of John. Edward
and Christina Poppe, a native of California,
aged 23 years 5 months and 14 days.
BiyFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to -attend the funeral Sunday,
September 13, 1903, at 2 o'clock, from
Charles J. B. Metzler's undertaking parlors,
C36 Washington street. Interment Odd Fel-
RENO— In this city, September 11, 1903, Cath-
erine Reno, beloved mother of William 'G..
Joseph S. and the late Peter J. Reno, and
sister of William Farrell, a native of Hali-
fax, Nova Scotia, aged 79 years 5 months
and 1O days.
(CRemains at the parlors » of ; MoFadden,
McBrearty & Green, 1171 Mission street, be-
tween Seventh and Eighth.
ROBERTS — In ¦ ' Douglas Flat. Calaveras
County, September 4. 1903, Margaret. . wife
of the late D. E. Roberts, and mother of
. Owen and Dr. D. E. Roberta. Mrs. -Willis
I Dunbar, Mrs. Klser Marsh and Mrs. -Wal-
lace Gibson, a native of Wales, aged 71
years and 8 months. ,- . , ,' ' ¦
RUSSELL— In this city, September 11/ 1303.
Dora Love Russell, youngest and. - beloved
daughter of Henry and Kdora .Rufaell, and
• ¦ eister of Nervella. Rosle.-Genvera and Laricy
Russell, a native of San- Francisco, -aged 2
months and 22 days. . • •
STEELE— In this city, September 10. 1903,
William, beloved son of Thomas and Han-
nah Stcele. and brother of Daniel. Thomas,
Eddies .and . John Stcele and Mrs. James
Kelly; a native of San Francisco, aced 21
ICTThe funeral will ! take plate to-day
. (Saturday), at 1 o'clock, from the parlors of
• McFadrten, McBrearty & Green", 1171 Mis-
sion street, between Seventh and Eighth.
STROM— In Alameda. September 11. 1903, Adel
Strom, beloved- wife of Mr. C. V. Strom,
mother of Victor A., Carl and Alma Strom,
and Bister- Of Mrs. J. Carlson and Mr. Axel
Landregren, a native of Sweden, aged 40
years 5 months and 28 days. • ¦; ; - ?
• tn?' Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited' to attend the funeral services
Sunday,, September 13, 1903, at 2 o'clock, at
her late' residence, 1179 Regent street. In-
terment, Mountain View Cemetery.
WARNER— In Napa, Cal., September 10, 1903,
John William, beloved husband of Hilda
Warner, and father ot Charlotte and Alice
Victoria Warner, a native of London. Eng-
land, aged 48 years 6 months and 4 days.
E7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
Sunday, September 13, 1003, at 1:30 o'clock,
at the mortuary chapel of the Golden Gate
Undertaking Company, 2475 Mission street
near Twenty-first. Interment Cypress Lawn
Cemetery, by carriage.
WEISS — In this city, September 9, 1903, Jo-
hanna Weiss, beloved mother of Benjamin
J., George W., Frederick arid the late Henry
C. Lahusen, Mrs. F. Peppin. Mrs. J. "Wilson.
Mrs. J. Reed and Mrs. C. T. Smith, a native
of Germany, aged 60 years 4 months and 27
E7"B'i lends and acquaintances are respect-
fully' Invited to attend the funeral to»day
(Saturday), at 10 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 6Vi Alemany street, off Seventeenth
between Church and Dolores. Interment Cy-
• press Lawn Cemetery.
WANT_r>_i mT ne<llateJy. information of th*
whwtAbouU cf the f>on-in-iaw of the late
J AM Eb; WATSON. WATSON who was the
ap<>m fen- the sale of v. hale oils, died at St.
Mary s 'Hoc-oial. San Francisco, about ten
>?ar* arro. The rresent address of his son-
in-law -whose name is not known here) is
urgently 'required by ANTONIO SILVIERA,
A -, J -' ACl - ?^ HLEMlSHEi* KEMOVEI).
__u__* yeIlow aod nabby t-kin. birthmarks.
«na..p,.* pminss and fcc&rs scientifically re-
Vjoyd without cutting, massage, electricity cr
jn"diunrf ; eptcial «Ji_mor.*traticns this week.
* all cr write Dr. L. WILLIAMS. 371 G*ar>.
£P -^£ I . Al ~" 1 * < '? uc ' ed for the month only, home
.rntmfat .that ycu can use at your own
f,?P 1 *',,," 1cm ' )Vln * »nnklts. tan. freckles, leav-
ing tklz. dtJgr and etnootb; to be had only at
•¦wi ?.V?-. C *- Ual1 or *" r 'te M. ELLA HARRIS.
*_M O I arrefrl et.
THE Stv Hajtr Remedy restores rray hair, im-
l^ VM lts & T wth - s ' o r*sfjlling.c-«re« dandru.T
ano Uch'.nir'. «ca:p; no stain cr stickiness;
ceanses eea.ifr>: at druggists', hairdresser*' ;ac_
cept no subffltute. Star RfmedyCo..3S5Geary.
IK ALFRED AlTCHESON TRACEY will com-
munirate nitti the undersigned he will learn
to\ his advantage. R. C. aT-
WOOD. P. Q.\bcx 225.',. San Francisco. Cal.
Jv%OT licw cheap, (but how good is the motto of
the manufaotuV-ers of the Rapid Kotary
•"¦tanrtMrd. the tje-vingr-raachine of to-day. J.
". EVANS, aujcnt. 1021 Market st.
PHYSICIAN. 15 Vvcars' experience, cures per-
manently morclline. cocaine habit. Call or
»4dr*-«8 Central 1 Pharmacy. 251 Grant ave.,
foraer gutter «t J , fee moderate.
— IDDLn-AGED |j«it!fman would like to meet
* tnlddle-a^ed lifdy obj«*ct matrimony. Box
1233. Call office^
HAIKDRESSING ir\ ail branches taught: $5 for
2 weeks. Up-to-ipate HalrdreEsinf Parlors,
1026 Market Ft.. Voom 1. upstairs.
DXKCING Tupfdss . Thursday. Saturday and
Sunday cvenines I at Teutorjia Hall. Howard
«t.. near Ninth: ii nanacement Prof. Foster.
AT Ws than c*ft. *:ni ailed fcr cults, overcoats
and trousers, at (THARLES LYONS'. London
Tailor. 721 Market t-t.
THE hiFhe*t p--ie<> 1 paid for ladies' or gents'
rait-orr cl.rthlng V r ' d *" articles of value at
WEPCBCBtrB. l: :4A Ellis tt.
iXEGANT suits oaVasy installments; 50 cents
ar.d vs per weeiic. LEON LEMOS. 1_7
Market et.. betweeY 1 Seventh and Eighth.
THE best r'»c<> to buy good umbrellas or
have them Vovgred of" repaired Is 120 Stockton.
ALLTtyleThairdresEln g 25c; hair goods; tnani-
cirlng. 25c. G. LEyJEKER, 123 Stockton st.
TAILOR-MADE tult \*7 50; dress pants $2 SO
Mlrr.t Clothinp Parlor, cor. Bush and Dupont. j
- — • 1
H'PERFLt'OL'S heir and moles removed by J
tlcctrc neodle. I>r.&: lrs.Trav* rs«?.1170 Market
MASQUERADE cosrui nes. play books. wIks,
country orders GOL3 JSTE1N & CO.. 733 Mkt
ALFREDUM'S Frypti; in Henr.a restores cray
hair to its natural co'. or; $1; at all druggists'.
Superduous hair and 1 molea removed with elec-
trlc r.e«-<*Ie Mrs. & Miss- Eaten. 1113 Satter.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
*<i rme>«. in wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
* PHYSICIANS AAD SURGEONS.
X>R. C. C O'DONNEI L — Office and residence.
1021-. Market Ft.. b< |-t. Sixth and Seventh.
BLOOD, skin and reel al diseases a specialty.
DR. BALL, 1073H Market st.
REMOVED— DR. WO S'G HIM. herb doctor:
treats all diseases r»f the human body; for
part four years «t 1115-117 Mason; now lo-
cated at CrT CHary i^t.. near Leavenworth.
DR. TONG PO CHT, 1 ruccessor to Dr. Li Po
Tal. herb doctor; curies all diseases of human
by i»j>* of hp-rbsend/tcas. 727 Washington st.
WONG WOO. the fartfious herb doctor — All di«-
rtwt cured by Chirjefe herbs. 74G-8 Clay st.
nOOMS FOR OiOUSEKECPIXG.
AXTLERsT^lS Turk) Bt.— Strictly modern; 4-5
rocm apartnu-Ms; f).ir. or unfur. for hsk; 7.
Bl'CH>XAN, 1S41 — U runny furnished rooms;
biitri; gag and eoal^ ranges; porch.
FOURTH. 22T> — L'.jrhlf housekeeping rooms; also
Kinxle rooms. »
Fl'LTOX. 231— Twli furnished housekeeping
rons; gas range, ( grate.
•OOLDEN GATE, 13*04— Larce room for house-
ket-ping; $S. 1 - , ¦
HERBERT (The) / — Bunny - apartments for
housekeeping; pa's ranges; just newly fur-
PlEhed. I M0 Poltk 6t.
HOWARD. 71fl>4— 1 JouEekeeping rooms, three;
twe beds, resp»-ctJ lUle, no transients.
HOWARD. 10G3 — 2f fjrny connecting front
housekeeping roory#; otherfc.
MIPFION. 10CJ— Nicely furnished t-uites, com-
plete fcr housekpep other rooms f 1 50 wk. up.
N ATOM A 701 — 2 latge housekeeping rooms; no
OAK. 117 — F"urnishqd front rulte: gas range,
hot bath, laundry^ adult; |9-$14.
ET. JAMES. McAllister and Lacuna— Furnish -
ed sunr.y suite wijth separate sonny kitchen;
ras range; all cornplete for housekeeping;
>15 up. I
THE GiU^pie. 113 Nifnth st. — Nicely furnished
roams, fl 50 to $3 • per week; phone; -quiet.
CLASSIFIED ¦dvertisAments and subscriptions
received at Call branch office. 2200 Flllmore.
A BRANCH efflce for, Call advertlseirents and
rcbecrlpticns has be^en established at l09i
Valencia «t. '
It OO MS TO LET — -Korn. and Unfnra.
A HANDSOMELY frrnlshed. sunsy bay-win-
dow room In private residence, four blocka
from P»rk entrance., and within easy walk-
lr.» dU_nce cf AfCJiated Colleges, $15; also
<arge unfurnished room with pri\'ate en-
trance: gentlemen only. Address box 1705,
Call office ' ,
*A — BRUNSWICK House. 14S Sixth — Rooms
25c to $1 per night, tl 25 to $5 per week and
licht bou*eke*pin« rooms; open all night.
AT 'The Almonte," S73 Market st. <or No. 1
F"ifth st.) — Rooms 25c. 50c $1 (1 50 night;
$1 M to $10 week; hom* open all night.
BURNETT. 1426 Market— (old No. 13C4)— Fur-
nlsn*>d rocms. euites. single- ; also unfurnished.
CLIFFORD. 204 Ellis, cor. Mason— El e-rantly
fcrnished sunny rooms; prices reasonable.
EIGHTH. 10*4 — Bay-window front room for
man and wife cr 2 gentlemen.
ELLIS. 637— Nicely furnished front room; pri-
GRAND Southern. 7th and -Mlsrlcn — Rooms &0o
to $1 60 night; 12 to S3 week; reading-room.
HAIGHT, 11SS — Sunay furnished room; gas
66 Grary Et. ; phone Bush S80.
Centrally located fireproof hotel; elegantly
. furnished suites, with baths ar.il singles.
JESSIE. 3C3. near U. S. Mint— Furnished room,
(5; large one. 2 beds. $10.
LARKIN. S04 — Sunny front room; grate ar.d
Fas; suitable for gentleman; $7.
O'FARRELL. 20 — Sunny furnished rooms and
office*; elevator; elec lights; day. week. mo.
ROYAL House, 126 Ellis — Incandesc-nt lights.
reading-roons. emoking-room and ladles' par-
• lor: rooms per night. 35c to $1 60; week. $2
to $S; month. SS to $3O; elevator on ground
floor; rooms with hot and cold water; baths.
EHOTWELL, 18—1 small frcnt room, $5; I
large rear, 57; both sunny; gas.
ET. JAMES. McAllister and Lamina— Front
runny rooms; all new; very cheap; teleprona
Page S7S1. ¦¦
UNITED STATES. 123 Eddy st.. near Market—
400 single and family rooms; S5c to ?1 nixht:
$1 75 to $6 week; elevator; electric liK'H*;
reading-room; free bus and ba^sace.
VALENCIA. 133 — Sunny 'urr.tfhtd front room:
"svttable fcr I: jras; batri: ijhone: f~.
WINCHESTER H ote 1. 44 3d St.. near Market—
>lo«t ccnwtmt and respectable: 700 rooms;
39c t« :•: 50 night: $2 to $8 week; elevator;
. If r. !;pht«; reading-room: free bus: baggage.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and rubscriptlons
received at Call branch office. 2200 Flllmore.
A BRANCH office for Call aCverttsemeifls «nd
FubscrfptlcRs has been established at * 1096
ROOMS AND BOARD.
STEVENSON Mansion. &07 California, st. — At-
tractive and Mt'litly rooms; best table and
tervice; lowest rates. •
VAN NESS ave.. 1714— Private boardinff-house,
home like, everything first class; sum.y
suites: Elr.cle rooms; choice locality: ref.
DOOM and board, double. f5 per week; single
$C: parlor: bath; phone. 806 McAllister st.
THE LAKE. 2CS Turk— Nicely furnished
rooms with board.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents — The Weekly Call.
10 parct. in wrapper, for malllny. >1 per year.
TYPE WRITERS AXD 8UPPL.I—S.
GREAT BARGAINS IN TTPEWBfrEBS~W«
m:!1 better machines for less cvoney than nn7
house in the city; rentals $3. The Typewriter
K-chance. M6 California: telephone Main -03.
A FEW good typewriters at $30 eacb: Ket par-
ticulars. L. h M. ALEXANDER, 110 Mont-
' 2D-HAND tyr^w-rlters sold, rented, repaired.
V. ..Liter Typewriter inepec Co.. 2W» Sansome.
nEAL KSTATE — CITY — FOR, S ALB.
THOMAS MAGEE & SONS.
REAL KSTATE AGENTS,
3 Montsomery st.
PRESIDIO HEIGHTS LOTS.
$20,000— North coiner on Jackson St., CO ft.
front, with extra larce depth to Pre-
sidio wall; fine view of the Presidio
17.700 — Ncrth Bide* of street running back to
Presidio wall, 50 It. front by 170 ft.
deep; fine vfew of Presidio and bay.
?G,000 — East corner on Pacific ave. locking
Into Presidio; nearly 35 ft. front by 85
?6,000 — On Pacific ave.. looking into Pre-
sidio, ¦with fine view of bay near Cen-
tral ave.; 30 ft. front by full depth.
|5,000 — North side Washington Bt., close to
fine houses. 25x127:8, with magnificent
$4,500 — Pacific ave.. 33 ft. front, looking Into
Presidio; a cheap buiMin-? lot. ,
FINE PROSPECTIVE BUYS.
$50,000— Sutter-st. corner, close to Jones, with
4-story frame buildins; rents f-i.ni. but
can be Increased.
$45,000— Market on business street In Western
Addition; nearly 70 ft. front by 133 ft.
deep, with exceptionally well-built
$43,000— Turk Bt., north side, close to Market;
old Improvements bring in $105 a
month; new Improvements would pay
handsomely. ¦ ' ,
$41,000 — Lorkln-tt. corner; under lease; good
building; i>ermanent tenant.
$37.500 — Geary st.. not far from St- Franclrf
Hotel; a fine buy for the near future.
537,000— CO ft front, with old frame improve-
ments; in best diFtrict north of Market
and weat of Powell.
$55,000 — Mason St., not far from Ellis.
?31,000 — Polk St.: fine 3-story building; always
rented; rents $180.
$30,000 — Gear}' St., not far from Powell.
$25.000 — Rents $204 50; nearly 05 ft. on Mont-
gomery ave. through to another main
$25,000— Sutter St.; over 40 ft. front with two
good buildinjrs; splendid income now/
• ! with excellent prospect of higher rente
¦ in near future.
$22.500 — Rents .$115: ¦ L&rkln-st. investment;
pood 3-story building, with only 2 ten-
THOMAS MAGEE & SONS.
5 MONTGOMERY ST.
D. COFFIN & CO.. pioneer real estate agents
of the Mission, will sell you for $100 down
and J20 per month for cottage, 5 r. and b.,
at 26th and Castro sts. ; $500 down and $25
per month for new cottage, 5 r. and b., on
Preclta ave.: $1500 down for 2 new flats,
Army st. P. COFFIN & CO.. 3303 Mission.
A BARGAIN— $4250; CORNER LOT. 2
FLATS; LOT 25x114; 1S4 CLIPPER ST.
SEE OWNER ON PREMISES.
NEAT cottage with modern improvements;
terms same as paying rent. Apply owner,
lumber yard. S.E. corner Alabama and Montr
A TWO-STORY house of 6 rooms and bath, gas
ar.d water; modern improvements; grand ma-
rlr.e view; on Putro HeirrhtB, near Cliff
I House. Apply 410 Forty-flfth ave.
S FLATS, 5 rooms and bath each; Ban Jose
ave.; renting low for $47 50; no agents. See
owner, 3506 Twenty-fourth st.
FOR sale — House 8 rms.; high basement; sunny
side 10th, bet. Valencia and Mission;, no reas.
offer refused. Stephens & Co.. Un'.on-sq: Mkt.
MARKET and Dolores — 75xS0 feet, unim-
proved. See owner's sign on -premises.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call.
16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing, $1 per year.
REAL ESTATE Conn try — For Sale.
A DESIRABLE country home at Walnut Creek.
Contra Costa County, California; five lots, 50
xl40 each: house with 3 bedrooms, kitchen.
pantry, china closet. waEhroorhs, bathroom,
etc.; hot and cold water In house; two well*,
windmill with 5000-gallon/ tank; chicken-
house. 5 \-arieties of grapes, 2 fig trees. 4
plums. 5 apples, 4 pears, V12 English walnuts
'bearing). 22 softshell almonds, 50 English
walnuts to graft this ye4r, large variety of
flowers and nice lawn; brfrn holds 40 tons of
hay and 6 horses; price $4200. - -
W. J. MORTIMER & CO .
2123 Center st.. Berkeley. Cal.
A GREAT bargain; 120 acres of foothill land;
new four-room house, barn, chicken houses;
all kinds of wagons, horses and cattle,
; chickens, incubators, household furniture;
sulphur spring; 15 acres plow land; 3 acres
: vineyard: plenty pasture; young fruit trees;
all fenced; plenty timber; gold mine ad-
joinir.K 40; 3Vi miles from Glen Ellen Cal ;
price $2500. G. LITTIG. Glen Ellen.
ALFALFA lands, stock ranches, orchards,
vineyards: inspected bargains; monthly cata-
logues sent free. C. M. WOOSTER CO. 64S
POINT RICHMOND REAL ESTATE.
WATER frcnt lots and bargains: all tracts;
maps, photos, etc. BELL. 417/Parrott blrig.
I^ A1 ' TlTE >ro EAXHASGE.
i OWNER of choice Berkeley real estate would
like- to exchange for some In this city. Ad-
1 dross box 414S, Call office.
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ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE.
JUST WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOr!
A PRETTY HOME IN ALAMEDA.
Surrounded by flowers and fruit trees; near
train and schools; only J2S50; lot 75x125.
Nice 5-room cottage end bath.
ALAMEDA LAND COMPANY.
Tfi. Grand 141 «. 1500 Park St.. Alameda.
OFFICE, 1118 -ROADWAY.
OAKLAND ROOMS TO LET.
SUNNY rooms with gas and bath; reasonable-
beard if desired; also elegant suite of parlors.'
furnished or unfurnished, suitable for doctor
or denttet; central. 871 Adeline st.. Oakland.
OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
TO-MORROW the day for. bargains In furnl-
turg. H. Schellhaas. 11th st..cor.store.Oaklnd.
BTORAGM AND WAREHOUSES.
A— EMPORIUM Storage St. Van Co.; furniture
household goods stored, moved, shipped. 726-
731 Howard st., near Third; phone Grant 161.
PIERCE-UODOLPH Storage & Moving Co. ofl
flee Post and Powell sts.; tel. Prlv. Ex. 571.
COX KLIN'S storage — Furnjtui# and icerchain-
fllse. 333 Goldfii C.aiv n\c; ijhone East 126.
GOLDEN VI'mi -Hir.raue; advances made; 840
_ yfarion «t.. ttl. Howard 041. F. W^Zehfuss.
PACIFIC Storage and Furniture Moving Com-
pany. 2320 Flllmore st.; phone Jackson 281.
CKKINS Vt6 and Storage Co.. 11 Montgomery
St.: tel. Main 1840. Shipping at cut rates.
PROPOSALS' — Bids Wanted— Notice Is here-
by given that sealed proposal* will be - re-
ceived by the board of directors of- the Vet-
erans' Home of California, at its office room
13. 820 Sansome Etreet. San . Francisco up
to 12 o'clock m. on MONDAY, September 14
1003. for furnishing and delivering materials
and furnishings for tbe new hospital at tha
Veterans' Home, Napa. County. Cal. (rail-
road station Yourstvlllc). Specifications for
above may be seen and examined at tbe of-
fice of the board of directors between the
hours of 9-a. m. and S p. m. each week day.
. Money for payment on contracts will be
available Immediately after January 1, 1904.
Preference will be given to goods manufac-
tured in this State, price, fitness and qual-
ity being equal, under the provisions of sec-
tion 3247 of the Political Code. The board
reserve* the right to reject any or all bids,
and to order any quantity, over or under ths
amount specified. Address JOHN F. SHEE-
HAN. Secretary cT the Board of : Directors
of the Veterans' Home of California, room
13 320 Sansome street. San Francisco. Cal.
By order of the board of directors. . JOHN
F. SHEEHAN. Secretary.-
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. Sept. 12. 1303.— Seal-
ed proposals. In triplicate, will be received
here until 11 o'clock a. m.. September 22,
1U03. and then opened for .construction of
frame buildings for lavatories, additions' to
officers' quarters, plumbing, etc.; at Depot
of Recruit Instruction. Presidio of San Fran-
cisco. Cal.' Government "reserves' right to re-
ject or accept any or all bids In whole or la
part. Information furnished on 'application
to C. A. Devol.' Quartermaster. Chief Q. 21. ,