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OFFICES -^^fTP STORES TO LET.
FILLMORE. 1702UJ — Business room, 600 eg. ft.,
. 1 Bight np. entire 25 ft. front, suitable for
offices, retail business, etc.: 2 years* lease;
rent will be allowed for alterations. For low-
<*t terms see
V. R. POST.
- 1571 MISSION ST.
6 FINE, large stores, Ellis and Stelner sts., ad-
lolnlng Orpheum and Princess Theaters: this
location suitable for any business. M. M.
ROACH, Midway Office Building. 779 Market
street.
Mf-AIXISTER. 1134. nr. Fillmore — To let. large,
sunny finished basement, suitable for offlcee,
or will furnish for 2 or 3 men.
LARGE unfurnished room, suitable for office or
livinjr room: separate entrance and toilets.
2090 Pine st. * [
NICE new utore. well finished, wlthor without
basement. Corner Folsom and Norfolk, be-
twppn v tli and 12th stg.: rent reasonable.
TOR rent — Store, 12xfiO. basement, figar ston?
space: rear «tnr*. 20r30; first block on 6th st.
Apply F. BLYTITE, 40 6th st.
FUXMOSB. 122S— Large, sunny nw**"*S»«£«
. mir.lns water: Janitor «ervlee«. SULLIVAN.
V.V.X & KEHRLEIN. . 1
J.ARr.E fine store to rent: suitable erocery, bard- ;
TT-uro or fTimltnre: 2gi^r.. 1217 P«-v|p»«iero Bt.
TTOTELS AVP APARTMENT HOUSE*.
ITr>TT:r NOEPEN. TSS novrard. bet. Sd anA 4tb:
hrt-^oirt water and steam heat In every room:
•7pT«tr»r service; roouss 7Rc night np. OHRIP-
TENSEX & KHATT. prop*. A f!r»t-clats grill
ea<! ctfe In connection.
ST. GEORGE, PTH AND HOWARD STR.
C«f> WELL TENTILATED PINGLF. ROOMS.
85e. 500 ANI» 75c per NIGHT.
J2.00 AND ;=.r,o PF.R WEEK.
FTET, BELVEDERE— First r is •» accotamo«a-
•lans: S? m'sctes from R»n Fr«n"t«co: redoced
ttt«f »!n^« the fire. MR?. A. T. MOORE, pro-
iTieter and n:anacer.
:?OTFL rr>BArNT:. S«W Sitter «t.: mercantile
Jrnrh. SV: table d'hote <"lnoer. COe. IjOVIS
T.ACAT.
HOTEL Trr<»ne. 93T Golden Gafe, cor. Lcgcna —
Newly fr.rn.: bath, electricity, running water.
HOTEL Thornoroft — Modern, uewly. elejrantly
fnmlshed: European plan. 640 Golden Gate aye.
>TW apartments. 3 ana 4 rooma. 3153 Cali-
fornia Kt.. bet. Lyon and Presidio aye.
HnTFX McALLTSTEtt. UJ2-1414 M/>4lll*ter »t.
Tirnr-t rtvnm: ttwrlnta a specialty.
SPRCTAt, APABTMESTTS
MCEI.T furnished apartments, eaulpped for
liouKeke«>p!ng: mnnr; hot and cold water,
bsth. etc.: snftfible for 2 persons: rent $23
srnl C.ft: the f?5 one <^n have an extra large
finely furnished room added, which will In-
Tease the rent to JSO: these Boartments are
1n one of the finest reflfleoces of the Mission:
reference riyjnired. Anply to MRS. J. G.
HVFV rufi Folsotn st.
APARTMEXTS W T A7TTED.
WANT to lense 30 tn !W5 room '"Mine: also <)e-
«'r.M* futs. .TACOBS. 144t Flllmnre st.
- HOTELS TO LET, '
HOTEL Tyrone. !)97 Golden Gate. oor. Laenna —
Vewlv fum.: bsth. electricity, nmnlnr water.
HOPSES TO LET.
OFARRFLL st.. close to Fillmore. 19 rooms. S
haths, basemeDt, $22S per month. 3 or 5 years'
lesse.
Honse of n rootnn and basement, same lo-
cution. fI.V) per month.
WILLIAMS & SCRUTHNE, 1209 Sutter st.
£ moms and hath: large garden. 2965 Washinj;-
ton «t.
HOUSES TO LET — FtTRXISHED
FT'RNISRKn. modern, 9-room house to rent;
well furnished and «"omplete In every detail:
»>ne of best locations in Sansallto: fine marine
view: will rent to responsible DsrMes only:
rent tSS. Inquire B. J. nt'MPnREV, room 3.
Sf:7 Market St.. S. F.» !
24 -ROOM house, flnelv 'furnished, on Durant
nv.. the tnsin residente «tr»et in Berkeley;
nnlT 5 blocks tn tmlversitv huilrlices. R. R.
PATTERSON. 2109 Pbettuck aye.. Berkeley
station.
NICFI.T fnrnsshe«i bonse In choice neighborhood
to leaco or to let. See owner. 14»P. Masonic ay.
HOi:SE« FOIt SALE — FrRMSHED.
- -
FfRNITTTRE of R-room house in Denver. Colo.,
for «"«!e at barraln.or trade for similar lot In
*»n Francisco by party locatlne here: every-
th'nc (rood condition, practically new; snap.
Address box KiG, Call office.
NICKT,Y rnrnished tunine. ft iMoms. 2 baths:
choice neighborhood. See owner. 1497 Masonic
sven!:e. ' i
C/.KLAND HOfSES TO LET.
BFKINS VAN AND STORAGT. • '.' —We have
the best xrarehonse in the West (or'y covered
yams n«*rt: r«ylnce<l rate shippers. ]OIC Broad-
irir. Or.Vl»Tj<l.
FLATS TO LET.
TO let — Nice middle flat. W. A.. 6 larre :»unnv
"wm« and bath: modern: tun p*r month: ready
in move In. Apply box 1227. Cell office.
KMSLTj loner fist to let. T,T, IMerce st.
FLATS FOR SALE.
FOR rrnf — S modern fiat* on J nt.. bet. JC.tb j
nnd 47t1! arc: ftirtlier part!c»:lari! apply to
a. srmu.Mruxß. *
TV5'«» flat« «n'l <-ott»r<> far aale. Apply to
FLATS TO LRT — FI'RM«IIED.
SZiift cash — <5 iovolv. Minnr. !srse rooms and
h^th. o«mpU--te: 2 bl--ks frnm FiMmore st.:-
"•nt Ttr,. Box |fW3 C-ii; offirp. ' :
Kl.*T — " r«K)m.« nml tatb: W of kitchen, partly
ftruWKVl: !-cnt f%2 prr month. 34" 2il aye.,
I"L\TS FOn SU,K — FITRXISIIEI>y
I'OU «*le — Now fnrn Mains* ansl carpets, f«r-
n'sbcrt Kiiico fire, of s-r<>->«i flat: r,pt-«>r cimor
?«t t-. rrat: cf. t ,triii. MUxem box 220f». Call
»WWJ. KW Vmii NVss :iv<-.
.« KfPXISHKD flat for «a>: rent S.V.. FaT-
«icn'*rK 'Mi Pajrc *<. from 2 l.> 4.
" r"\"!.V f-irn^i f\ flat «,f 4 mnn< ar,<\ batU for
*-•'. •\u25a0•«•\u25a0 1 rirltrtmrr *t. r«)l Monday.
,-,.,., T ,., n - n flf , t fr „,,, rA% |.- ro( ] Pri< , v Xt
•\u25a0•"-. ri'n-wm. ?.la>:n*ilc «ito. enrv.
FLAT* WAVTF.D.
V--NTKi»— To rr-nt <ir t.-asc. Bnfurial^iie4 flat. -6 '
••> !! iwtaif. lict. M.-*' : i>itcr and Bnttef nt«..
•^-rercnccK. Ad'tirrsx Ixix 2"-fi«. "rail agenci- sis
»»n v^« »y^, '
COTTACKS Poll SALE.
COTTAGF. 4 rooms, bsth. «>K'h hes^ment nv.t-
sb'e for rooms: reuts at Jl7: on 2ftl--st car-
\u25a0 TJae. G. H. ITMBSEN & CO.. 20 Montgomery
*trect.
K«»R Mile— !'[> to date cottaire of ."> rooms. |Cm 3
• t>olores *:.
noOMS FOR HOCSEKEEPIXC.
TWO nir-e sunnr bo«»eteenlnjr mom». suitable
for man and wife: nlcelv furnished. Applr
1444 Vulewl* Bt. " '
BJ'SH. 2500-!. — F.!«>jrant newly furnished parlor
suite: no liouseteeulns.
n.AT. ISI4 — Front parlors. hous*keeptnc. and
single rooms.
'TLTON. l?^)0— 3 nan housekeeping rooms:
tcrv ro«soi)»l>!f: no children.
ROO^J TO LET — Furad antl Unf ura'il.
VAN NESS. 2309— A beantKul room, suitable for
two: private family: references.
LARGE, comfortably fnmlr.bed rooms, with use
I gas. for vlncle rentjernan; $2."i per mo.:
marine view: Green St.. bet. Lacuna
Fillsnore. Address, stating references
R24 Call office.
NNY furnished fnmt room, suitable for 2:
i finclc room: r«-nt Si? and $20; hath" in
•«t«- family. SCHMIDT & CO.. ICth and
•kot sis.
ON. 2340. near Stnnyen— Lfrirn bay-wln-
room. facing park: ruanlni: water, clonet
trJc Ms-fat, use «>f ItatJi; private famllv
tble for 2.
TKKNTH. 4"M, corner Diamond — 2 w:nny.
iirnlshed rooms, suttab.le for- 2 ladles or
-..jile; no children: housekeeping privilege**
rpferencee.
T'IKRCF. 1C27 (nrar Suttert — Rooms: newly fnr-
nlshea. for eent!em»-n: also doable parlors:
all snnnv: referenc^a required. Call from 1
to 3 or 7 to 8 p. m.
HOTEL Crystal. SK. corner of McAllister and
Franklin — 75 newly famished rooms;- for nen-
.tlemen only; modern coqreniences. \u25a0 ;.;
DX I/3NG. 6S (near rrederick>— Mgnonle-ave.
.cars: two. nice. Jarce. «unny. furnished rooms
to gentlemen with reference*. -
12T1I AVF,. 340— Richmond Dlst.. 3 sunny, on-
furnlKhcd rooms; upper. flat; bctb; -stove or
sra*; adults: ref. V^BIfIItSUSBifiBMBBMtHI
SACRAMENTO. :»I»— Furnished front bay win-
dow room; gus, grate, electric. light, bath and
rhnnr yi''"iiJ!jin^'*JlßJMMiMiXßttißiLiftWOBßMWWM^'
A— LAGCNA. COB. corner Hayes— FnrnUbed
rMms to rent by tbe u'jrht. SgSSStIftHMHSBBBH
BrSH. ]fi«>2 (block and, half from Van Ness>—
I^arge rooms, suitable for 2:- running water.'
Bt:KH st:. '2M2— For rent— Sunny, furnished
front room for lady.
ROOMS TO LET — Continued.
KIGHTEENTH. 4038. near Castro — Nice . fur-,
nlshed room to let for respectable man in pri-
vate family. ' ...
WALLER. 216, near Buchanan— 2 : corners,
kitchen, gas, bath; partly furnished; no chll-
. flren; referencea. . -\u25a0\u25a0'.. :
CASTRO. 309 C —Two sunny furnished rooms ;
one guiUble for two gentlemen. .
COTTAGE row. 3— Furnished, sunny room,
suitable for 2 gentlemen. ':-\u25a0-• -.\u25a0.••\u25a0-.
KDDT st,, 913 — Parlor suits for 2 or more gent*;
bath. -\u25a0 -' - -
EDDY. 0S0 — Ijirge uflfurnlshed rooms.
ELLIS. 1363 — Newly furnished rooms; private
family; bath. g»". : . -
EUREKA, 41S, near 22d— Sunny front room,
suitable for a gentleman. ..
FOITR unfurnished rooms; yard: barn. Particu-
Urs 3C Bronte *t., off Cortland aye.
FRONT room to let: bay window; rent reason-
able. Inquire 676 Linden aye.
HARTFORD. tT near 18th— Two furnished
rooms; gentlemen: reasonable.
LYON. 1625 — Sunny furnished bay window snlte:
bath; rent $S5; adults. . ' .
McALLISTER. 1134— Newly furnished uunny
rooms; phone, bath, running water.
McALLISTER, 1349— Elegantly furnished rooms.
day, week or month.
OAK. 633 — A newly furnished, sunny room,
suitable for one or two.' '
SACRAMENTO. 3936 — Two or 3 large front
rooms; bath: furnished or unfurnished.
TWE.vrr-THI RD. 3954— Large, comfortably
.furnished room: pleasant surroundings.
UNION, 2103, comer Webster— Nicely furnished
front room for 2 gentlemen: $16 a month.
UNION. 2245 — Unfurnished rooms to let.
CNION. 2287. near Flllmore — Furnished or un-
furnished rooms for light housekeeping.
VALLEY. 220, near Church— Furnished front
room with board If desired.
WHITNEY, 31. near 30th— Two furnished rooms
to let. - - -
WANTED — Room mate; young man: temperate:
clerk preferred. Boi 1073. Call office.
ALAMEDA ROOMS TO LET.
LAFAYETTE «t.. 812— Modern, phone, heat, ex-
cellent hoard: close Chestnut Station.
ROOMS AXD BOARD.
ROOM and board, for gentlemen; lartre. sunny,
bay-window room having marine view, ! dress-
ing-room connected : suitable for two gentle-
men; private family; references. 1519 Ma-
sonic aye.
FILLMOKK. 644— Large, nicely furnished room
with board for gentleman and wife or two
gentlemen in private family; modern.
fCrMSHED \u25a0 rooms, with or without board;
home comforts: Jewish family. 616 Laguna st.
FIRST-CLASS board at tbe KIRKLAND, 1308
Post st. MRS. M. KIRSKE, proprietress.
FIRST-CLASS table board. 1310 Laguna St.. bet.
EIIU and OTarrell.-
ROOMS AXD BOARD WAXTED.
WANTED — Room and board in Alameda for
mlddle-oged couple with 8-year-old daughter:
private family nreferrejd. Address Boarder,
24 Dmmm st., San Francisco. -
GENTLEMAN wlohes room and board In wid-
ow's home. Address box 523. Call office.
GENTLEMAN wants room and board: family pre-
ferred: state terms. Box 2206, SIS Van Ness.
WANTED — Room and breakfast by young lady of
good character. Box 124. Call office.
LEGAL NOTICES.
ANY one having a claim against the Improved
S. F. Business and Residence Directory is no-
lifted to present same to EMIL POHI.I. ISIS
Market st.
PROPOSALS.
SEALED proposals will be received at tbe office
of the State Board of Prison Directors. 629
Van Ness aye.. San Francisco, until 11 a. m.,
, Monday. December 10, 190fl. at which time
and place they will be opened In public, for
furnishing lumber to the State prison at Fol-
som. "construction account." to be delivered
during the year 1907. Schedule* and lnforma- ]
tlon obtainable at tbe office of the board, 629
Van Ness aye.. San Franelwo. P. H. • Me- :
GRATH. Sec.; ROUT. T. DEVLIN. Prea.
LEGAL .NOTICES.
I AFTER this date I will not be responsible for
I any debts contracted by my wife, Hattle
Cmirregfß. R. POURREGES.
IROX AND WIRE WORKS.
ACME Iron and Wire Works. '.'.:> Baardman place.
near Bryant ft., bet. 6tii and 7th.
GLISSMAN PRESsTTacTT^ !
13S STEINEB ST. TE?- SPECIAL 1756.
"~~~~~ DESliq|XEßj£
MAY MOTT-SMITU CUNNINGHAM, maker
hand-wroneht Jewelrr., 1622 Pine »t.
SURGICAL WSTRUJIEXTS REPAIRED
I FT. WEN'IGER. 430 Fulton st.. near Octavia.
j "~- "~-^— ~"^— — \u25a0— • — — - — — — — — i— — —
HAXD-PAIXTED CHIXA. ,
DORN'S Ceramic Suppiy Store, 759-761 McAllister
St.; professional firing, banding, decorating; in-
strnctlons in conventional and natural little.
SUGAR COMPANY'S
TRIAL BEGINS
'NEW YORK. Xov. 17.— The trial of
th«> American Sugar j Refining' Com
pany, charged by indictment with hav
ing violated tho Elkiry; Act in the ac
ceptance of rebates from the New York
Central Railroad In the spring of 1903,'
amounting to $26,000? was begun Fri
day before .Tudpre Holt In the! United
States Circilit Court.
Lowell M. Palmer, who was for/ many
years at the head of the susrar trust's
traffic department, was a witness. The
examination of Palmer, which was con
ducted along the. same lines, as' in' the
recent New York Central trial, was
frequently interrupted by the objeot
tions of King Parker and Mr. Mcll
vaine. Palmer testified that he kept a
separate book account for, the traffic
department, but he was not permitted
to explain how the clerks in his de
partment were paid, the court sustain
ing Parker's objection on that point.
It is said to be the contention of the
Government that all the expenses 'of
the traffic department were, pajd from
this bank account and that all the de
posits came from rebates returned' to
and received by the defendant com
pany.
Palmer said he had consultel
with General Traffic Manager Pomeroy
of the New Yorii Central and -Vice
President Nathan Guilford of the same
road concerning rates for sugar ship
ments to ; the West.
When Stimson " Questioned thn
witness concerning the . contracts he
had made with various companies, both
Mcllvalne and Judge Parker were
on their feet with a series of objections.
Judge Parker said that the defense
would willingly admit that* the .wit
ness had acted with the, due authority
of the defendant corporation.
F. E. Foster, an employe in the audit
ing department of the sugar company,
testified that he "had handled; some of
the claims upon which the rebates were
based. One of the' claims, which he
identified, he had forwarded'- to* H. \u25a0O.
Havcmeyer, president of the defendant
.-orpo ration. ',-,
\u25a0 After further testimony, -court ad
journed until Tuesday." . :
BOIJRKE COCKRAX AXD MISS IDE
* ARE WEDDED IN.GOTHAM HOTEL
» NEW, .YORK, Nov.", 17.— Representative
Bourke Cockran ; and -Miss- Annie' Ide,
daughter/of ; Henry C. Ide.*- 1 former Gov
ernor General 6f j the Philippines,^ were
married Thursday in the Hotel 'St.
Regis by Rev.- Father McKlnnon of St.
Ignatius Church. The; drawing-room^
where the : ceremony ?. : took \: place," i was
converted^into a chapeland ornamented
with bowers of ferns, smilax and. palms,
dotted with : white chrysanthemums,-' ;
Miss \u25a0 Marjorie ; lde, : the, bride's fsistef,
was maid of honor. Former.' Governor
Ide gave<the v bride away. Supreme
Court Justice Keogh was best man,' -
TH.E S A>C : C Ath: SU.XDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1906:
To Celebrate Half Century of
Business in New Building
Fredericks and Gom pan^ to Occupy Fireproof
Headquarters Built By the Nationals
NEW BUILDING CONSTRUCTED BY. THE NATIONALS 'ON THE SOUTH SI I>K OK.'atiiii;
STRHET, BETWBEN POLK STREET "AND -VAN'NKSS AVBNUBi FOR THE OCCUPA
TION OF. THK FURNITURE HOUSE OF JOSEPH FREDERICKS & CO.
Joseph Fredericks & Co., the Wig fur
niture dealers, intend to^ observe the
fiftieth anniversary of their business
in San Francisco by moving into '..,'a"
new building erected for them by the
Nationals on the south side of Ellis
street, between Van Ness avenue and
Polk street.
The handsome structure,"" which ,is
one of the most distinctive of its kind
built since the April disaster, occupies
PREPARATION FOR
NEW RAILROADS
PO^TERVILLE, Nov. .17.— Western
Pacific Railroad surveyors, apparently,
are at work in I nyo County. near Owen
Lake and seem to be .heading for a
point near Walkers Pass, which would
cause them to run through either.Tu
lare CountY near Porterville or De
lano. No railroad seems .willing' to
acknowledge the party.
A line has been already run from
a point' near the Nevada line ; at. Ben
ton to' Keeler,' practically; paralleling
the Southern Pacific tracks. .
The Sierra Pacific road will -com
mence construction- work, at an early
date, their bond .-issue of. $4,000,000
having been underwritten^ by, New
York and < Philadelphia bank
ers. An .order for rails has 'been
placed with Eastern steel works, for
early 1907 delivery. Right of way: has
been secured in almost- all- localities,
from Globe to Port Hartford.
The Sierra Pacific Company.will con
struct a pipe line from Coalinga
oil fields to Port Hartford. The holding
company of the Sierra Pacific Railroad
Company, known as the Sierra Pacific
Company of California, has ; filed arti
cles in Tulare County. The" articles
of incorporation of the- Sierra". Pacific
Railroad Company wilt., be filed in Ne
vada within ten. days, thus permitting:
the company, which has a f national
charter under the Arizona incorpora
tion act, to do business in Nevada by
filing certified copie3 there.
DECISION REACHED
IN HERESY CASE
NEW YORK. Now 17.— A decision
was reached late Friday by the -Epis
copal Court of Review on the appeal
of the Rev.j Dr. Crapsey from the ver
dict of the. diocesan court of the west
ern diocese of New York, which found
the Rochester clergyman guilty of
heresy. , , . •
, The decision was not "made public. It
will first be served upon Bishop Walker
of' the diocese iof .Western; New York,
to be communicate* to the , president
of the standing committee of that dio
cese and to? Dr. Crapsey. Following
these formalities -the conclusions of
the court will be made public at Buf
falo. / . / •';•: -.
The Court of met in a third
session here today T and ; received f. the
written opinion' upon; the case each
member, of the ' courtr ".which i had been
prepared following the adjournment of
the previous session^ v At;" an .earlier,
sitting the court heard the argument
of counsel. '\ \u25a0'.'.'"\u25a0 '.:'.-;_.. ; -\ .- -y
'Dr. Crapsey, while. ! rector of St. An
drew's Church; at; Rochester/, wag: placed
on . trial; and .convicted v!- of
teachings. ;'-.', The^ case 'was-; promptly, ap
pealed .to "the Episcopal Court of Re
view, which .finally, 'disposed of 'it' to
day. . ' '\u25a0[ ';;•;.': '"\u25a0\u25a0','! ,'.-• .' \u25a0' '\u25a0 \u25a0'\u25a0
NEW FRENCH ;WAR ' lI A 1,1,00\
; PERFORMSSATISFACTORILY
Alrsblp' In Manenvered, Over Plain' to
I.n Vapourt • and; Bonnlercn/.Ten
':,. .M lien '\u25a0':' A wdy,' j and " Back ; • ' ;
, MANTES SUR^SErNE.; France, Nov.
17.^— M..,L.e"Baudj's new.idirigible bal
loon . La : •: Patrick constructed if or ; the
aerostatic i'di vision' bt .the'; French; army,"
had a v successful ; ;tf£als here; today.*' The
airship -was over/ the -plain
to La .Vabourt and \ as ;. f arfas ; Bonnieres,
ten ,' miles, an d % back •to >l the j} starting
point, belng/aloft?an< hau*r| and -fifteen
mlnu tes 'with: five .men ;in,the;car.; -War
Minister .'Picquart- was i. present/ :
LaPatrieJis^constructed-on.the'same
general, plan as M. Le-Baudy!s previous
airships.', ~X.~~,: .
DEATH , TAKES ii,VETERAX.;'O»IASOX
VALL.EJO,:Nov.;I7:-r-Peter!D.:Grlnies^
who^'twenty, \Z years '; ago*v,was 1 * master
blacksmith '\u25a0\u25a0> in yard Hierefand
past .; master >of J Naval F.f and
A.' M.', ; of jVallcjo.^died \ ThursdayJ'at|the
Masonic at i^Deco to;'!; Alameda'
County:, He^andV^iis:; wife tswere-;t s were-; the
first -married .£cpuple^ admitted ii ; tbVth"e
home. Hefwas^greatlyiesteemediby; the
residents ;'of^ Mare 'Island 'and IVallcjo.*
a lot 120x60 feet. It is made of steel
and pressed brick throughout and "will
be fire and earthquake proof.
.. The firm will: occupy the entire build
ing,- maintaining three stores on " the
ground ;floor and warerooms and dis
play rooms ,in t the basement. I
'The .building I . will be ready for oc
cupancy December 1, which is the date
that marks the completion of a :half>
century of business for, the firm in San
Francisco. = • '. \u25a0•\u25a0-•. . .
PIONEER OF NOTE
DIES IN SOUTH
SPECIAL?] DISPATCH TO THK CALL;
•j LOS - 'ANGELES, 1 / Nov. IT.-i-CJeftr^e
Keating 1 ," Porter, one of the most, "dis
tinguished pioneers in California his
tory, died Friday night at his home
near. San Fernando Mission. Porter was
born in Duxbury, Mass.. in 1.833. 'His
mother was a descendant 'of John
Alden, who came over, on .the May
flower, and; 10s. father.. Dr. 'Jojin.ror
ter, was Daniel Webster's . attending
physician. . • X'f>*
Porter came around the Horn in '49.
With Ills cousin. B. F. Portor,', he built
the; first tannery, on th*» coast.-" It de
veloped into the -San Francisco boot
and shoe' house* : of ;: Porter,'.' Sleeslng-er
&ICo.; which did businessmen thecoast
for many years. Through -one, mem
ber's • dishonesty it failed for $500,000,
and George K. Porter paid -the credit
ors out of his own. pocket. In 1576,
with B. F. Porter and Charles Maclay,
he- bought "5G.000 acres at'fSan Fer
nando, embracing the old i mission, and
made one of the , most beautiful
ranches in -the worid.
From 1 SCI to 1863 Porter :was State
Senator from Santa Cruz County and
afterward president of the San Fran
cisco Board of Trade? 'At the' time of.
his death' he was;; av. member* of the
Santa Cruz Masonic Lodge. He leaves
real estate' worth $1,000,000. 'His^wife
is visiting \n the East.'; and his daugh
ter,/ Miss Estelle, is ln'Paris.7 His only
son. aged 11,' was with him- when
death came. ,
TWO BOY BURGLARS
ARE CAPTURED
SPECIAI, DISrATCII TO THK C\U..
-.-> BAN BERNARDINO, Nov. i 17.— Two
youthful burglars .were: arrested in this
city Thursday after making an attempt
at daylight robbery of :the home of A.'
Horowitz, a clothing merchant. . '
;one .thief 'keptfwatch in , the city
park while the? other, entered 'the: house,
thinking all the', family had departed.
He was surprised while - ransacking ; a
bed-chamber/ by the servant,; girl, Miss
A. : Finriell,: who grabbed 1 him. She was
knocked down and 'the .th ief ranjforja
block and a half, taking refuge in the
basement of a house. ;- The 'lady ; of this
house bolted. the"<loor;*6f, the; basement:
The Chio.f of, Police ibaptured' him. -The
lookout was (afterward at; the
Santa ;Fe station." ;•' He answers > the?de
scription of the; youth* who'stole-arlot
of diamonds and : other ] jewelry, at Bak
ersfleld two -weeks ago. :,
Harry Morton; ,the; older. 'of the J two
thieves, acknowledges\that hejeame re
cently from ' San :.F rancisco. .They are
believed .'to . be '\u25a0\u25a0 .the 'i two .daylight. .:'rob
bers who a few days 'ago robbed two
residences' in Riverside and a number
at'Redlands^ 1
I'OPK DEI'I.ORES :COXDITIO.V \u25a0
OF THE ! CHURCH; IX \ FRANCE
Sends ; Let t«-rt «-r tn ' Cardinal Kokplkli! R r .
.f,. f , queatlnnr Hlni to I Order; i<prcln I
... Prnj-ew for : Knrmlex v '
ROME,' Nov. ; 3 7.— The Osservatore
Romano has: published: a .letter from.
the^Pope, to; Cardinal -Respighi;^ vicar
general: of. hisiHollnessV.TequefStlng.hirii"
to offer, speciaT prayers ifor^th'e'enemies
of S the : church;}.: this p being T'the - -only
means;>left *~ the -Pontiff . in : the f present
sorrowful, iconUltion^ofjvtlie" church,
fought .; and ; oppressed ; by^ many ; of. her
own^;childreh '!who v : have her
enemies.'^, %:>>;. v '---\u25a0', •"\u25a0 .'\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0'
1 .Continuing, r the ; Pope \u25a0 i refers'to and
quotes froml trie lßible,, particularly He
brews,' chapter ) s,x verse; 77/ "* -' \u25a0 :^
..This : letter/" is \u25a0'•regarded \u25a0'\u25a0 as \u25a0_ of , : spe
cial , importance ; now, \u25a0it \ being, evidently*
inspired ;by; the f si tuationiin^Ffance/, and
Is . taken; to '; meanly that^tho i Pope < be-.
1 ie yes : he' has exhausted ' al 1 pother, means
;tOi : reach; a .sat Isfactory^.. understanding :
in the French '"dimculty/ .\.;"' '\u25a0
CAMFORMaFpOSTM ASTERS
-::^ASHINGTON4NpySj7:^TheIfp}Iow2
ing;pqstmastersUiave**beenJappbintediin
CaliforniaiCfCamlrip^EliDbfadoXCquhty?
:Wllliam]^:^Milligan?gvicelMai.g r afet|S^
Hoff; :v. resigned ; 7 Keene.-':K9i"n-> County', 1
Charles {Rnirigrani,; : vice^ Kate 'C::Foo t
sey.lrcsisnedj;' '
MARRWGE^LiCENSES
The '\u25a0'; folloivlng marriage licenses were Issued
yesterday: .": .
'Carl Stout.; 22. 2107H Pine st., and Kathryn
Kelly,. 18-210714 Pine st. , .
Johannes E.:Spt>rrin(r.. 2l." 15C: Gerard st., and
Annie « E.. West. 20, ICG Gerard . st. ...
Henry. L.Tatnra,. 47.-2 1673 Oak »t., and Nel-
lie ;G.,Pcaree. 27.-1073 Oak st.
Curt Zeiz. . 23, : 300 Lake st.. and Else Michael.
2.1. 309 Lake st. • ;
'-- Harry ' D. 'Rlpperdan. 32. 1320 Eddy St., and
Louisa E. Pera,- 22. 1320- Kddy st. '\u0084:..
«" Charles' Frahm. .28. -4'_»lti Murteenth tit., and i
Annie '•\u25a0 McHugh, ' 20, .' 2S2Tt •: Bush st. .
> ' Peter >Nndaft, 32. 5.17 Kulton St.. and " Fran- '
clsca Casas.L 3o. SS7 Fulton -st.
. ; Ishmael W. .\r»nHfit>;il. . 2.V876; Linden me, ,
and Lottie E. Ward. 2.1. ISI2 O'Farrell st.
I • .Torsen J. : Murkassel. :{". - 40:! Laurel st;. and
\u25a0; Dorothy ''Bakken.-. 28;,' 3007 'California st.
. f Jules J. V«rdl.T. 23, Snusallto, antl Nellie
: C. Carroll. 18. 405 BeaU- St.
Archlo \u25a0 T. ' Wllpm, 2U, 71S Tennessee st.. and
Amanda E.^Slater,- 21/ l'aso Roble«.
y- Ferdinand' FraM. 49. "757 Sixth aye.,* ami
Emma Phul. ;S3. V 757 Sixth' ave. - . •
•• John' Voros," 32. 279s< ' Bryant and Emma
Dubozy. -IS. Oakland. '
Edward O.: Powers. 21. 1514 Church St.. ami
Bmllp • S|H>ckman. . 20. 145:! - Church st. ~ '
Carl 5..; Holme.*. 27. San Rafael, and Alice ;
E. 'Dirking." 24.^1X38.- McAllisters st. . .
:\u25a0- Herman Kaml.-tde.' 82. 2*«70 Harrison st., ami
Catherine Haefcftt, 20. 'i'O^^Sau Bruuo aye.
OAKLAND. Nov. 17.7^-The <>>nnt.v Clark's
office •, issued uiarriag»." licenses to the follow-
in? couples totlay:
•y Walter W. Bott. 2S. Coneorn. Contra Costa
County, and -Minerva." P. Hoyt. 21; Concord.
•"Jolia.F.- Abreu. .">, Oakland, and Francises
.Homes.x 40; " Berielev.
Joseph UriTt'Ues Jr..'- 26. Misjslon San Jose,
and" Mary Santos, ,17; Mission San Jose.
' Jorjren -Jorgensen, 31, OakltaU, .and Hilda
Rnlbery;; 25.. Oakland. '•-. :. . \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-.- '.. " |
j- William C. Mitchell,; 32. Elmhurst. and Bertha
Towle,2o, Elmhurst. . .
. Lee. Beckley. = 44. Oakland, and Gertrude
Peppard, -34. Oakland. - -
- Oscar L. Fielrts. 27, San Francisco, and. Etna
C- Moore, ; 2o, .Grand' Junction; Colo.
\u25a0 Francis J. Honey. . 47, S»n Francisco,' and
Rebecca McMullln Belvln, ; 45, Berkeley. ,
Theodore Anderson. 35. " San • Francisco, and
Mathilda - Anderson.' 3S. San Francisco. •
Alexander - Gordon, 27, Oakland; and Lillian
H.' White. 26.. Oakland. -
- narry Rospnberc, .21. Oakland, and Frances
Brantwcn. 18. , Oakland. - -
KHs^H. Ahlstrom, 21, Berkeley, and Hnlda'
Jokinen, -21. Berkeley.
John L. Wilson. 46, Callstoga. and Amelia
Wittke; ,22. , Callstoga. ,
BIRTHS; MARRIAGES, DEATHS
BIRTHS
BRAUD— In this tlty, to the wife of Peter
Braud, , v sun.
BREUNER— In this city. November !). 190 C,
to th« wife of John Brouner, a daughter.
DIERKS— In this eltv. November 8, 1906, to
the wife of Henry Dierks, a son.
FITZGERALD— In this city,'- November 7. 1900.
to the wife of -W. J. Fitzgerald, a son.
GRAF— Jn this city, November 4. 1906, to the
\u25a0 wife of C: Gsaf. . a'soa.r
HOWE— In this city. November. 7. 1906. to the
wife of Frank Howe (nee French), a daUKli-
':-;ter. \u25a0...\u25a0.'
I.IEUERT — In this- city. November 3. 1906, to
the wife of Mi^es Llebert, a daughter.
MRYER— In this city. November 13, 1906,- to
the wife of R. Meyer, a son. •
QL'INTON— In this city. October 31, 1006. to
the wife of . George H. Qulnton. a .daughter.
SMITH— In this eityi to the wife.' of W. A.
Smith, ' a j son. .'\u25a0•
SWAN— In Oakland, Cal., November 13, 1906.
." to- the wife , of . Jack F. Swan (nee Mary
Kearney), | &\u25a0 daughter.
TOEI^-In this city. November 14. lSOfl, to the
wife of I.onis | Tvel; a son.
MARRIAGES ;
COLLIGAX— BARRETT— In this city. Novem-
ber 14. ,1906. by the Rev.- Father J. A. Col-
llgan, S. J.. Dr. Frank J. Colllgan of San Fran-
. clsoo and Mary. 11. Barrett of Reno, Nev.
GEDDES— OLSEN— In thU'clty, November tt,
1900. by. the » Rev. George 'W. White, pastor
Wealey Methodist Episcopal Church, "Wil-
liam J. Gediles and Josephine M. Olsen. both
of San Francisco. • ';:\u25a0"'-'
HEMBREE— FAIIJIER— In this city. November
8, 11)06, by the Rev. Robert Lord Cave. El-
lery D. Uembree of> Wintlsor, Cal.,. and Zel-
lau ..<J. Fanner of • San i Francisco. .
MERCER— ESCOLLE— In - this clt.v. November
14. 1906.. at. St. Agnes Roman Catholic
\u25a0 .-'Church, by the Rev;. Thomas P. Eleverln. D. J. !
: Mercer , of Mountain -View; Cal.,. and; Victolre
M. Escolle'of . San Francisco.
DEATHS' -
i Allen,- Gerettc, S - . .lorgenson. " Harry G.,25
-\u0084 Bt-11. William. 45 Marchand. X.X". 7... 62
Brady, .Mary. 54 -\u25a0".' McNelll. John. 41
Byrne. Kate C. ' ' Mrai>hy, \u25a0 F'tlward J.
OallaKliy. Thomas ! O'Brien. John T.. 9 m.
Carroll. John J.,35 O'Connell, Geo. P., 55
: Comber,' Patrick.'. 55 O'Connor, • F. . J.. 5
Delaney, Catherine O'Reilly, Cornelius, 89
Flye. Reuben D.. 7S Perkins. Rev. F. 8., 73
Freitap. Mary C, 30 Rowlands. Mary E.. 78
Gill. Robert Smlth-McMahon, Sarah
.'Gllllgan.- James.-- S2 f H.. 70.
Gtuty, .Margaret, 23 \u25a0 Vau. Horn. Wesley; 5 m
Hargens. - Millie C. 30 Welch. Grace, 13
Hodee, Thomas. 40 Westphal. .C. F.,~4G
Holleran. Michael J. Whit.-, John Jr.. 30
Howe, Antlnate.!» flays, Wilson. 'Amanda. 49
Johnson. Capt. A. 1. ,42 Witt. \u25a0 Samuel. 31
\ Jones, William H. : Wulff, Hans H. F., 75
ALLEN— In this 'city, November 16. 1006
i Gerette,; beloved daughter of James aud Emma
Allen, nml sister of Lillian. .Jemmla and
Chester Alien; p. native of Chicago. 111., aged
! S years - « months :iu<l 12 days. . •
V Friends and 'acquaintances are resjwctfully
invlte<l to attend the funeral today (Sunday),
nt 1 o'clock p. m.. from the family residence,
, 2i4" Connecticut street,, near Eighteenth. In-
terment .. Mount Olivet Cemetery.
BKLL_lln Colma. San Mateo County. Cal..
November 15. .-.lOOflL William "-\u25a0 Bell, dearly
beloved brother of; Mrs; Thomas Leeper.
; brotlier-ln-law. of Thomas Kerr.- and- nephew
of Mrs. Margaret Adams of San Lorenzo, a
native, of County Tyrone, Ireland,, aged 45
years. . .-. •.--J&S&f)tSitfihißSSs£BZ£i'*' "" -
', \u25a0'• .Friends, and .acquaintances are respectfully
. Invited* to attend the .-'funeral \u25a0 today (Sun-
•layi. at 1 o'clock" p.. m.. • from the funeral
parlors of Theodor Dierks &. Co.. 900 Devisa-
tlero street, corner of McAllister. Interment
Greenlawn Cemetery.
BRADY— an this city, November 17. IDO6 Mary
beloved 'wife of ,the " late David . Brady. d»arly
beloveU -mother '-of James Brady a»d Mrs
.George T. Shrleve. and devoted 'srrandmother
•if lonise E. Shrieve. a native of CountyWa-
terfonl. Ireland, aged 54' years- 4 months
uncl I' 4 days. — '; - -, . < ;.->,-
.' '''f 1 ' 1"1 "* 1 * anrt;«eqiialnt«'nire» «re respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Mun.
:.dayi.--at > 8:30;o'clocfe;a.:-m.,'-'from-the parlors
of; tUe Henry .1. = Gallagher : Undertaking Com-
pany. \u25a0 1314 Webster. . street, between . Ellis
and O'Farrell. ; thence to St. Mary's Cathe-
ilral. where mass will be \ celebrated for the
repose of her, soul, .commencing at 9 o'clock
•>, a. .niv.lnterment^HolyCross'Cemetery., -
BYRNE — In this ' city,' November. 16. ' 1906. ' Kate
' 0.,-' beloved a sister : of : Sarah- Byrne of San '
Francisco, nnd:: Thomas A..: Byrne- of- Bremer-
r ton.. Washlnston,*_a native of 'lndiana. •'
Remains at the parlors of Halsted & Co '
];.:\u25a0 024 , Flllriiore- street. ,
| CAI.I-AGHY— In; this '•\u25a0lty. .November 17 100 C
Thomas, beloved husband \u25a0: of Ellen Callaehy'
I nml j father of . John, ; Jerry. • Tom, Joe V WIN
Hum.' Catherine. George and Teresa Caila«:hv
• > nnu> the late James," -Edward-and 1 Mary Ca'l-
r laghy,; a. native of County Gallwav, Ireland
A member; of St. .Patrick's Alliance. S ."""".!
, ;.-\u25a0 * 'Friends and ; acquaintances ', are respectfully
:• , Invited to . attend .: the : funeral < tomorrow (Mon-
day).- November IP; v " at \u25a0 8:30 a.- m.. from
'-. .the mortuary chapel of the Golden Gate Un-
dertaklng : ; Company, 2475 Mission *\u25a0 street i
thence.to St.f Charles Church/ corner of Eight-
eenth, and streets, where a solemn
;.". requiem .» : liljrh " mass will -' be \u25a0 celebrated for
the repose of Ills soul.', at 9 o'clock a.m. In-
terment. Holy Cross Cemetery." •
OARIiOLL— In this city. November 16. t906. John
* • "I'm Carroll.v- beloved brother of William and
Alice Carroll, and Mrs. Patrick Foley of.Yonk-
ers, \u25a0\u25a0: New •'. \ork. r a •. native . of i<" Dungarven.'
• County "\\aterfonl," Ireland, 'aged 35 years \
; ; member; of thu Riggers' and Stevedorek'. Union."
COMBER— In .'this city, -November r 17, ,1006
Patrick,' beloved ; husband of Kate Comber, and
father ', of ' James, •. Thomas, -.: Edward. Josieph,
-: >\illiam, : CTarence."Matllda- and : the slater Ger-
' a!<| ; Comber.;; a "native .of \u25a0 Ireland, 1 aged;' ss
\u25a0. years. \u25a0 .\u25a0--'\u25a0 \u25a0 '•„-' -'.-\u25a0 •- \u25a0 ..\u25a0—•; .- ,-
DELANEY-f In - this -'; city, .November .16. 1906.
5,.-- Catherine, i beloved ;- yritfl of * the -late r Thomas
• Delaney,' devoted- mother-' of Mrs.- --Michael
: ';" i Barrett, i ami C grandmother' of. May. - Thomas
L-i; Robert. John ami 'Kitty Barrett and Mrs. 'Mar-
, -y- vint Dowell,'- a native: of Ireland. -
; '\u0084 .- Friends iiind "i acquaintances sare; respectfiillv
- \u25a0 invited "to ';. attend p-. the> funeral ; today » " (Snn-
,?<d < iy>,iat.;ll:3o.a.''im:,>'from-her;late residence;
:• --:l(i.'»0? HalghtV. utreet/i' thence 'to Agnes
,'*' Churcb i for j services tat 41 12 1 o'clock. ''± Interment
Holy t Cross S Cemetery;?' A < requiem > high - * mass
f >-' will \u25a0„ be » celebrated *. for J the '< repose . of • her \u25a0 soul
;.- ' tomorrow^ (Mondaj-),^ November >19. at " 9 . ar 1 m.,"
at, St."; Agnes: Church: . ' ." '';-.-
FLYE—^In Colma; Cal..; November 17,'100G.' Reu-'
. l>rn ;. D. ' Flye, 7 a ; native of j Mass jchusetts, ' aged
\u25a0•78 rears.. .• :\u25a0'.; ,- \u25a0\u25a0 -''&B£og&gSaf&&&jtß&if*fl
: ; 4 Friends -, and \u25a0 acquaintances are '. respectfully
; Invited, to attend the; funeral ; tomorrow \u25a0 (Mon-
- day).* ,at ; 10:30 ; a;,', m..* from ; the: parlors^ of
\u25a0 r 'r H.v F. ', Snhr ' &. l . Co. v , 2910 1 Mission \-street;\ -street; - be-"
:-,^tweeni-Twenty-fifth \u25a0-} and i: s ln*
i: c torment ' Mount j Olivet 5 Cemetery. >; • > ' <>.•\u25a0
FKEITAS—In^ this J city ,f-November, f - November 16,
:'/.' Mary. JC, ;-,1 beloved " r wife K of ? \u25a0 Ralmundo ' J.
">..'.' Freltasr- a'.native'of Portugal," ; aged '50 j years.
> Friends t and i acquaintances •\u25a0 are * respectfnlly
.^inviteduoiattendUlieifuneralitouiorrow (Mon-
daj-|,^Novembcrjl9.Tfrom;the:parlorB-of. ! thor-
n Wohrden \; & $ Cunha; ' Clay, '? and
• - .San \l Pablo ,i nvenne, ; \u25a0 thence r to - St; -- Joseph's
\ ; Portugueses, Church, r* where £ a _\u25a0 requiem :• ' high
j .--.; massj will jbe ;celebrated ? for ; the . repose \u25a0of - her
|i :«onJ.*H Interment « St: ! * Mary's '•--- ..-
GIMAIn 1 thlsfclty,: November i 17. , 1906;; at the
.!»? resldeuce.?3olls;l^gunai street.- Robert ri beloved
"• '-son of j Kate ? and \u25a0», the -late": Robert"' Gill.: aud
;'; brother,, of i and ; Tessle Gill, ; a native
i -;•> of ;' San V Francisco. ' . 'i : .\u25a0 » \u25a0
GILLIOAN— In Oakland. - Cal'. " Norember 16.
• 1906, • James GllJUaa. dearly beloved father of
. John J.-; and William GlllUan and Mrs. Mary
: .: Roach;: a native i of . Ireland, aged 82 . yean.
" .~ Friends • and • acqnatntancea . are respectfully
- Invited '- to • attend the '\u25a0 funeral to«lay : (3nn-
\u25a0."day)."-at 2 p. \u25a0 m..- from the residence of -bU
daughter, Mrs. Mary Roach. 1112 Eleventh
arenne,; thence to St Anthony's Church; where
services .will be held, commencing at 2:SO
.' p. ; m.; Interment St. Cemetery.
GIXTY— In. this, city; November "15. 1906. Mar-
. xaret. :\u25a0 beloved daughter of Jame* and the.
- late Eliza > Glnty. v and devoted ' sister of John
and Tbomns , Glnty, "Mrs.~ X. J.- Ford. = Mrs.
;M. . E. -Kelly.', and thw late. James Ginty, a
: native "of -S«n. Francisco, aged 23 yean 7
months and 5 days. ' '
\u25a0' " . Friends < and ; acQualntan<res . are respectfully
- Invited-: to attend tbe .- funeral .today' (Snn-
<luy).' at 12:15-. p. 1 : m.. from - the parlors 'of
i«7H.-> F. Snhr Sc Co.. 2919 Mission street, be-
tween '.Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth, thence
to Mission , Dolores Church for services at
-. 1 o'clock p.- m.- Interment' Holy \u25a0 Cross ; Cem-
etery. ' •
lIAROENS— Entered into rest, at Ro«s Valley..
,Ca!., NoTcintwr IT, 1806, Millie C. dearly
:: Ivloved ? wife \u25a0oC Emit J. Harcens. devoted
mother of Unth and Helen Uargens. beloved
dausrhter of Mrs.' l.. Ohm,' and beloved sUter
" : of Mrw. Geors'e ! Duertn?. Mrs. R. Mehrtens
and AVll!l-iin Ohm. r. native of Saa Franclac\>.
sueil 30 years and 10 month*. A- member
of St. Paulus Franen Vereta.
HODGE— In Oakland, Cal.. November 1«. 1900.
Thomns. "\ beloved husband of Frances I.
Hixler. father of Thotans Carroll and Mabe!
Lois -Koilfe.- Bon of Mary, J. , Hodse. and
brothir of Mrs. Mary . E. ' Harjen. . a native of
Ca T lfomia;' aged 40 years 4 months and 4 day.
Friends, acquaintances, and members 'of Du-
rant Lodge Xo. 268. -F." and A. M., of Berke-
ley, '»re respectfully , Invited to attend the
funeral services 'today (Snnday). November
IS. at 1 o'clock p. . m.. at Trinity Methodist
Episcopal- Church, corner Allston way and Ells-
worth street; \u25a0 Berkeley. : r Interment Cypress
. Lawn Cemetery, by electric " car. ' •
UOLLERAN— In Bristol. Tena., November ' 16.
ii»00. Michael J. Holleran. beloved hnxabnd of
Annie Holleran, father of Evelyn Holleran.
son. of Patrick .1. ; and the late Winifred Uol-
leran. and. brother of Nora, Helen, Kathryn
and Winifred Holleran and Mrs. B. Cohen, a
• native of Virginia City, > >'cv.
HOWE— In this 'city, -November 'lB. 'loo&' Antl-
nitc E.. beloved daughter of 'Frank and
Delia - Howe <nee French); and niece of Mrs.
- N. C. Ames, a-natire of-Ssn Francisco, aged
9 days. :- .«,. , .
JOHNSON— In this city. ; November 13. 1906.
Captain ; Alfred . I. « Johnson, dearly beloved
: husband of Mena Johnson, father of Wlma
. and Freda Johnson, and brother of Ernel- John-
son, - a native of - Finland; aged 42 years \u2666>
"months and' ls days. A. member of Masonic
j Lodge iof San I Pedro. .
I-'rlenUs and acquaintances rm* . respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral today iSuu-
ilayi. at- 1 p." m., from his late residence. 'J3
Peralta avenue. Interment Mount Olivet Cem-
etery. ' \u25a0 '
JONES— Departed tbte life In Hayward. Cal..
\u25a0•' November \u25a0 1«, 1906. William Roderick \u25a0 Jones,
beloved '. husband of Idah - May Jones, and
' brother, of Marguerite Jones, a native of Ra-
cine, Wisconsin. |
Friends and. acquaintances are respectfully
Invlttnl to attend the funeral -today (Sunday).
November 18. at 2 o'clock p. m., from Mis-
sion Miscntc Temple, under I the auspices of
. California Comma ndery No. 1, K. T. Inter-
ment private. Remains at the parlors of
Halsted & Co.. 924 Flllmore ttreet.
JORGENSON— In tbia city. November 17. 1906.
\u25a0Harry G.; beloved son of Christina and the
late Peter Jorgenson. and brother of Mrs.
A. Cook and the late William Jorgenson, a
native of . San Francisco, aged 23 years 10
months and 1G days. A member of Twin
. Peaks Parlor No. 214. N. S. O. W..
Tbe funeral will take place tomorrow (Mon-
day)., at 1:80 p. m.. from the parlors of Mc-
Brearty-& McCormick. 915 Valencia street.
. between Twentieth ' and Twenty-first, under
. the auspices of Twin Peaks Parlor No. 214,
N. S. G. W. Cremation Odd Fellows' Cem-
••tiTj. Please, omit flowers. Remains at his
late- residence. 139 ' Ripley street. B. H., be-
tween Folsom and Harrison, until Monday
at 8 a. in.-
To the officers and members of Twin Peaks
Parlor No. 214, N. S. G. W.: You are hereby
requested to attend tbe fnneral of our late
brother. Harry G. Jorgenson. tomorrow (Mon-
day), at 1:30 p. m... from, the fnneral par-
lors of Mcßrearty & McCormlck. 915 Valen-
cia street, between Twentieth and Twentr-
. first. Funeral fine will be strlctiv enforced.
By order FRED MEINCKE. President.
"THOMAS J. PENDERGAST, Secretary.
MARCUAND— In Oakland. Cal.. November 17.
IOOC. Frank X.- Z. "Marchand. a native of
Quebec, aged 62 years 3 months and 5
i days. *" ' s ; "*
McNEILL — November 17. 190 C. John McNelll.
beloved son of the late John and Jane Me-
NVill, and brother of Henry and Archie Mc-
Nelll. Mrs. H. McCanghen, Mr». J. Harlow.*
line.- G. .I.lmlaner and the late William Mc-
Neill. a native of San . iMTfazo. Cal.. agpd
41 years ,11 months , and- 2S days. -
Remains at the parlors of . Mcßrearty <fc
McCormick. 915 - Valencia street, between
Twentieth and Twenty-ttrs:. - .
MURPHY— Passed, away In Oakland.' Cal.. No-
' vember 10. : 190 C. Edward • J.. beloved \u25a0 hus-
baml of Mary 'A.' Murphy w and father of Mollie
1... James "P., Thomas ,-sAI., John F. and
Richard E. Mnrpliy, a native of Ireland.
The funeral will take : place today tSun-
rtaytrat 1 o'clock p.- m... from the parlors of
Carew-* English. ICIB Geary street. -,; Inter-
ment private.
O'BRIEN— -In this 'city. 'November 17. 1906.
at the residence of his ' parent*. 2320 Uum-
boldt street, - bftwe»n Twenty-second and
Twenty-third. John T. O'Brien, dearly be-
loved son of Terence and. Ellen O'Brien, a
native of San Francisco; aged S> months and
6 da?g.\ y
.O'CONXELL— In this city. November 15. 1908.
George P. O'Conuell. a native of Cappoquin,
Ireland, aged 55 years.
Mends and acquainUnces are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral today (Snn-
rtaT). November IS, at' l o'clock p. m.. from
the residence of his nephew. 359 Haight sUeet,
thence to Sacred Heart Church for services.
- Interment Holy. Cross Cemetery. A requiem
mass will be celebrate.l for the repose of bis
soul at Sacred Heart Church on Monday morn-
Ing at. 9 o'clock. ;
-Veteran Police Association — Yon are re-
' quested to attend the \u25a0 funeral of our ' late
comrade. George. P.. O'Connell. today (Sun-
day), at - 1 o'clock p. , m.. \u25a0 from 559 Halght
street.- By." order
. WILLIAM D. HEN'SLEY. President.
JAMES F. # .MORAN..,!<ecretaty.
O'CONNOR— In this cltyV-Novembor IT. 1906.
Francis J. O'Connor, beloved and-, only son
of John. and Mary O'Connor, and brb^ier of
Charlotte .. O'Connor. V a. native of San \Fran-
' ; cisco. aced 5 years 3 \u25a0 months and 29 iltys.
• Friends' and' acquaintances are respectFnlly
• invited to attend the funeral services tonVor-
row (Monday). November ,19. at 1 o'clock p\
\ m., from his uncle's residence. 1454 Fifteenth
avenue South, near S , street. Interment Holy
Cross. Cemetery. : - ; .- .
O'REILLY— In , this city. November IS. 190«.
Cornelius. ' dearly beloved husband of Bessie
O'Reilly .'.loving father of \u25a0Katherlne. Come-
' Hti>, John E.. - Mary V.. Jeremiah and ' Bessie
O'Reilly, brother of 'William. ' Jeremiah and
Matthew "O'Relllyr Mrs. E.v Jones and Mrs.
Hess lon :of . Ix>well, \u25a0 Mass.. and : nephew of
\u25a0 Jeremiah' O'Reilly. ' a 'native -of Fremont.
County \u25a0 Cork. Ireland.* aged -39 years.
'• -Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited . to attend . the • funeral tomorrow (Mon-
day). •at -8:30 ~a. m.. r from the parlors of
, >!onahan * Co.. ISO 4 Guerrero • street, corner
" : Twenty-fifth, thence to St." John's Church. St.
• Mary's avenue, where - a requiem htjrh - mass
i will" be celebrated for the repose of his soul.
' coramnoiivj; ' at 9:30 a; m.' Interment % Holy
Cross Cemetery. ; ; J-O . \
'.To the of fleers and members of. Pathfinder.
\u25a0 Camp No. - 750, \u25a0W. O; W. : \u25a0 You are earnestly
requested to attend the • funeral - of our late
neizhbor;: Cornelius O'Reilly; from the funeral
- parlors of ' Monahan • & Co.. 1304 Guerrero
' street." tomorrow (Monday) . morning, Novem-
-ber 19." at 'B:3o o'clock. 5
PETER T. C. WOLF. Con. Commander.
L. A. DONOVAN. Clerk.
PERKINS— At St; Helena Sanitarium; Novem-
ber 14. 1906. Rev. F. 8.: Perkins of Oakland,
.agrd 73 j years^^l^ffiHßHMPQHSMMni
ROWLANDS— In Elmhurst. Cal.. November 17.
IDO6. Mary^ E.. wife . of , the . late .William H.
• Rowlands, and mother of Mrs. Mary <A; Park.
-, Mrs. Clara McCool of Denver. Colo., and Wil-
liam E. . Rowlands \u25a0of ,\u25a0 Balrd, . Texas, a native
of England,.. aged .78 years 4 months and 4
days. ;:;';."""" ". '. ; ;"\u25a0; "\u25a0 ' - -.:" : .
SMITH-McMAHON— In Oakland ' Township. No-
vember 14.: 1906. Sarah :H. Smlth-McMahon. a
- native of New .York, aged 70 years. \u25a0.'
-\u0084 F riends and acquaintances t are . invited to
• » ttend ! the funeral services - Monday afternoon.
'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 November. 19,, at -2 o'clock; at the parlors of
Albert Brown . Company, \u25a0 570 Thirteenth street,
, Oakland. ' Interment^ Mountain View Cemetery.
VANHORN— In". this 'city, ' November 17, 1906,
•Wesley>* Van-> Horn, i beloved, son of Burton
' and . Margaret - Van Horn, " a native of - San
•- Francisco, ' aged ' 5 ; months and 8 days.
WELCH— In v this 'city. '. November 16. * 1906.
\u25a0Graced dearly.- beloved daughter of Charles and
-•..": Catherine 'Welch,*; and . beloved \u25a0 sister •of .Alma
-,' Marcella > Welch. \u25a0 a native. of 'San 'Francisco.
. aged -13 ' years 1 4 i months and '12 . days.
Friends \u25a0• and :• acquaintances , are respectfully
-. invited to. at tends the 'funeral today (Sunday).
at 12 :H0 o'clock p. m.; from the residence of
' : her; parents." \u25a0 1214 -f Hampshire i street.- -between
Twenty- fourths and •*\u25a0; Twenty-fifth, thence' to
.' ' St.": Peter' s. Church ; for ' services. Interment
•'; Holy | Cross (Cemetery/ > ' "..
WESTPHAI^-In J this ' city. . November . 16, 1906,
!5 O Friederich; - dearly i beloved husband of * Au-
,". 'gusta 'Westphal. ;a v native of Bachte, • Heide,
. .'. Holsftln, * Germany." aged 46 -years 7 months
•' and * IS « daysA A j member.; of San : Francisco
< Lodse \ No. ; 1^ Od. ' IV- S. r - . , .-\u25a0 - <
] • >^-iFrlendst an^- acq<ialntances-are respectfully
; Jinvlted^ to? attend the ; fnneral ...today. (Sun-
,Mlay>; : November 'lB,'- at 'l:30 'p. m.. •from the
• parlors » l of iH.'UF.' Suhr t* Co./. 2919 Mission
: - street, x" between '\u25a0. Twenty-fifth' and- -Twenty-
• slxth. "\u25a0 Interment ; Mount; Olivet ; Cemetery,-, by
'\u25a0' .. ; electric ; funeral • car ; from * Thirtieth street and
San Jose . avenne.^ftfcgMWfefr . . \u25a0 \23BSM
WHITE-^-lnV ßerkeley. Cal., November 16. 1906;
• , JoUn- Whltn . Jr.;^ dearly -beloved husband of
Beverley J. 'i Whiter devoted 111 1 a ther . of , Harvey
- - SI . . and > Hastings . H. < White, r and hod of \u25a0 John
. ; \u25a0; and * Eliza . White,"; a l native ; of i San j Francisco
>*. a»e<li 3o years ;B, months: and 13 daya. ,
• \u25a0:: Friends* and 'acquaintances 'are \u25a0 respectfully
. ; invited >\u25a0 to a attend r- the > funeral .' services .. to-
day (Sunday), ? November ! IS.' at 2 o'clock p. m:.'
\u25a0 at • his i late \u25a0 residence,"; 1731 * Dwisrht ' way, > near
\u25a0', Grovei street "(Dwlsbt! way = station). -Interment
;\u25a0;.- Mountain View 4 Cemetery.^- . .^'.-;
WILSON— In ": this '>* clty;< " November . : 16,^ 1906,
I ?A manda ;. Wilson,% dearly * beloved w 1 1 e . of Otto
; /.WilsKm. '. mother '.*of r^Rosalln;- Wilson,"-, ;\u25a0 and>
. * rtaughteri' of "< Elizabeth ? Norlin. a \u25a0 native of
,A? Sweden.! aged ; 49 Tears 1 month mil .1 days."
• vr Friends /and. acquaintance* \u25a0 are •' respectfully.
..Incited to attend the fnneral *f >m « r T^_( M her
tday). XoTember 19. «t 10 o 'clock. ,^"s*s"!
late residence. 298 Geneiwee street (Snnnjr-
-slde). Interment ilonnt Olrret ' Cemetery-
WITT— la Alameda. Cal.. £ OT * ooarb * r Jl^T icut
Samnel Witt, beloTed husband ot *?* ?"h
ami brother of Mr.. J. r £?«l
and Albert Witt, a natlTe of Germany, agea
31 years and 8 months, -v _.^— »fnn»
. Friends and acquaintance* «" resr-ictfniiy
InTited to attend the fnneral today J 3 ""
day). Noretaber 13. at 1:30 p. m.. from th-
foneral chapel of Smiley & Gallagher. -$-•>
, Santa Clara aTenue. AlameUa. ....
WULFF— In this city. November l«. tVW.
Hans H. F.. beloTe«l husband of Annie C»tn-
ertne »Wnl/r, a natlre of Frsesenbunr. Oer-
manr. aged 7i jears T months and 1- «•?*•
Friends and acqnalntancM are resppctfuiiy
invited to attend the funeral today (Sun<l-iyi ;
at 2:30 o'clock p. m.. from tbe parlor* nr
H F Snhr & Co.. 2919 Mission street. !><•-
twe#n Twenty-Cfth and Twenty-sixth. Inter-
-ment Mount OliTet Cemetery.
CARD OF THANKS
We herewith desire to expreos our heart-
felt thanks to the, many friends, ami espe-
cially to OliTe Branch Lodce >'o. T. *rlen.w
of the Forest: Brittanla Loilge No. «. Daugh-
ters of St. Georgp. and Bnrnaby Jod« 8 >"•
IM, Sons of St. George, for the floral oner
ings and the many acts of klndnesa and sym-
pathji extended to us in the sad hours or our
berearement in the loss of otfr dear wrr«
and mother. Ellen S. Moesby.
RICHARD MOESBY and Children.
'^,' CARD OF THANKS
To oor many n-XatlTes *nd friends we wlsa
to extend oor sincere and heartfelt thanks
for the beautiful floral offerings and tna
deep respect shown rw In the loss of our be-
loved husband and father. * _„.\u25a0
MBS. WM. BARNER and Children. t
CARD OF THANKS
W« v wish to thant our many ttitn^a tot
the beautmil floral offerings and the krmlnew
and- sympathy extended ua durtnif our ut»
bereaTem^nt. CHARLE3 HEBOLD.
PHII. HEROLD.
CYnUS 9. WRIGHT.
GEO. H. CLARK.
A. P. BOOTH.
HAROLD L. TVHIGHIA
N. GRAY & CO.
UNDERTAKERS.
2198 GEAKT ST.. COR- DBVISADXBO.
Telephon* Went 4707. _
J. B. BOLAND CO.
(Successors to SIEVERS 5 EOIA.ID)
FLORISTS-
47=49 Geary St.
Telchpone Temporary 1470 Telspaoae Temporary M7I
PORTER & WHITE
Funeral Directors and Embalmers,
1531 GOLDEN GATE AYE.
(Formerly 443 Golden Gat»*ave.V '
Private residence aecommodatlons without ex-
tra charge. Trained lady attendant*. Personal
•ervlces under all condition*. Phcne Weit TTO.
J. C. O'Connor & Co.
Funeral Directors
JCow permanently located -In our
new establishment.
T7O TtTRK. ST- between Vaa XeM
Aye. and Franklin St.
Lady attendant. Tel. Franklin 1511.
Halsted & Co.
Undertakers and Embalmers,
924 FILLMORE STREET.
McALUSTEK.
Phone Park 550.
McBREARTY & McCORMICK,
FCNERAI* DIRECTORS.
015 VALE-VCIA ST« XEAR 20TH.
Formerly of McFadden. Mcßrearty & Green.
\ .Phone Market &T.
McAVOY, O'HARA & CO.
C.VDERTAKEBS.
Are now Permanently Located at
12649 MARKET ST.. bet. 15th and 17th.
;. .: Tel. Market 154.
P. F. GREEN &/CO., •
FCNEKAI, DIKECTOKS.
XE. cor. Sixteenth and Gnerrero sts.
Tormerly of McFadden, Mcßrearty h Or«ea.
Telephone Special 15« T.
; mi
G. SEU.IXGEK. H.-.METZLER.
! METZLER'S UiNDERTAKING COMPANY
1832 Folym »t.. bet. 14th and 15th.
' PfTONK MARKKT 1B«.
BUNKER A LtXT, Faneral Director*.
206S MUiilon St.
Mission Masonic Temple.
Building and stock uninjured. Every
facility for doing business. Telephone
Park 336. - -
California Undertaking Co.
2210 STEINER STREET
Between Sacramento and Clay. Phone. West 1321.
HP. PETERSEN
Fanera! , Director and Emhalmer. 1940 and 1943
Poat street, between \u25a0 Flllmore and Stetner. Ele.
cant rwl^ence faneral parlors. Personal aerrlee*
nnder all conditions. Phone West 8333.
D I. V KENNY & CO.
• —UNDERTAKERS—
,1719 EDDY STREET. He*t 3eott
Phon« W—t 264S
CAREW VENGUSH v
PPXERAL DIRECTORS.
1«1S GEARr'STREET.
BetrveeiJ Buchanan^ «.nd Webntrr.
Phone West SOfM.
UNITED UNDERTAKERS,
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
2flOB HOWARD ST . Nr. Kd. paona SpetUl 276
IyiOIVAH AN <& CO.
. Funeral ' Director* and Embalmerm.
>rlv S t^? eBldence Accommodations.
. Office. S. W. Cor. 25th and Guerrero sts.
Phone Special 35.
CRAIG, COCHRAN-& CO.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
11«3 Valencia Street; near 23d Street.
Telephone Special 151.
Oriental Florist
"HA VAX NESS,
. i Above City o^ Paris
Fnaeral and Decoratl-re 'Work.
S. SACARA.
! PHONE : MARKET : 132. /
Qaritrier Bros.
S4«OSIXTEEX*TH STREET? ERS *
, ;.\u25a0 Between ' Church and Sanchex.
THEOD OR A CO. I
.Undertakers, J
»0O DeTlaadero St., cor. MeAlllater^ I
\u25a0 \u25a0 ' Telephoae'-W'eat 4304. \u25a0 J
' Ifeiiiry J. Gallagher Uaidertakihs Co'
VALENTE. MARINI &C&
tJXDERTAKERS.
. S44S MISSION STREET, "
.»ar Talrtleth. TeLSpeclaljia.
WOODUW CEMETERY
Ban MatwCo.
(Maaonle^ C«n,t«ry AawelatlMu) *
• Offlca XXS4 .CF-axrtU Sfc

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