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_ BCVCAMW A\D CAMP SITES
THIS SPECIAL OFTER WILL BE WITHDRAWN
ON OR BEFORE JUNE 19.
HEALTH. PLEASURE. AND PROFIT
$100 LOTS AT $25
FROM TWO TO FOUR TIMES THE SIZE OF
IF YOn HAVE THE SLIGHTEST DESIRE FOB
. A REALLY GOOD VACATION HOME
SITE THIS WILL INTEREST YOU
It is \u25a0 special, limited offer of the CAMP
1,. ro - a responsible and reliable company.
* aWo *n<l more than willing to satisfy you by
«n.r teXt 'hut irs btatemects and promises are
. 'true from start to finish.
B'Q^ISE AND WHAT CAMP ROSE IS
CAMP HOSE is a summit home place of the
tpttrt t-ofi. EDd liquors caa not be sold on the
property. 1-ocated oa a nile of RUSSIAN
EIVEII frc^ftape that is owned by the company.
,, c a niiie aad a half east of Healdsburg. Sonoma
County, v £ X the nearest place of the kind to
S. F. thct 2* on RUSSIAN RIVER.
Wbrre fine xoads are NOW made, making all
lots easily reiphed. and where pure spring wat«
Is NOW piped" to the lots.
Where e»rrr lot included in this SPECIAL
OFFER jg Tcfthin from one to five minutes'
walk of th^ r.Ver. aad the lots are big ones,
mytnziag on?r 50 feet frontage. There is a
survey stake zt every corner of each lot.
Where a larpe park acreage and a fine sulpbar
*pring axe perpotuaJly free for the benefit and
pleasure of. all lot owners.
Where boating, bathing and fishing in YOCR
OWN RIVER ac« practically all other outdoor
pleasures xney be <cjoyed on your own property.
Where, while apparently in an cnbroken
wilderness, with lfs charm and seclusion, yet the
dealers call for %nd deliver " orders free, and
the stableman will send you out a rig or saddle
torse in a few nSnutes.
Thrse and many other thicps are true of
CAMP noSE today, ;aot "promised" yoa In the
uncertain future. Lot-owners have nil the rights
sd<3 priviJegeb above seined NOW and FOR-
iT > I. I*.
WHY WE DO IT
In crSt-r to triore rapidly advertise snd build
np CAMP ROSE we offej 50 of <rar beautiful
In^calow and cscp sites to the first 50 deslr-
ohle applicants for Jl's «ach. There are over
300 - to select from at this price, and our average
list price oc them exceeds $100 each. They »re
,W>rth it,' and Mtfbing ko good can be had at
ftt-y other resort actually ON Russian river for
. icsi than $100.
\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0'•'< We fcave sold 75 Jots at nn average price of
$125. A number of bungalows have been built.
"r" r end we will be glad to c*"ye rou the names of
let owners. They are all the best pleased peo-
ple you erer taw. and are recommending CAMP
BOSE to their friends.
THIS IS A MONEY BACK OFFER
Pleased owners will help advertise and build
c np CAMP P.OSE. displeased ones will not. We
therefore trill refund the mceiey paid us to any
who will, after seeing the property, within rea-
sonable time, tell us they are not thoroughly
fatisfied. No haggliag about this. Simply give
us back the lot aad get your money.
. 20 DAYS' TIME ON PART IF YOU WISH
$25 fven covers the cost of making and re-
' oorrtiug your deed and the taxes for the current
yar. The only other expense is a modest charge
of $fi a year for the use aud maintenance of our
excellent water service. You may pay $15 down
• end balance in SO dars If you* \u25a0wish.
Let us select a lot for you on these conditions,
or call ar,d srraug* to go and «<?e CAMP ROSE
without cost to you except the railroad fare of
t7TS. We will even pay this for you in some
•We refer to acy Banker or Merchant of
. nealdsburg. tntiny of whom have bought lots
«f. uf at CAMP P.OSE. and to many residents
of S. F., Oakland and Berkeley who have
bunpalon-s and camps thfre.
•We owe it to these people and the future
pood cf CAMI' ROSE to know to whom these
upetfal offer lot* go. and we reserve the right
.. f» as k for references. •
\u25a0 Oil or j-ena for marked maps showing the
.' Fpeci*' offer lots*. You are sure to get property
: ; that is worth much more than yoa pay, and that
Vi-ou can make a profit on if you wish, but there
.Is * choice, acd early selections are advisable.
CAMP ROSE CO..
138 Lick Building. 35 Montgomery Street, S. F.
, CHAR. E. RAY. president, general manager
." 'and principal owner of Camp Rose, personally
' responsible for all statements and promises.
SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAINS.
. ' .Beautiful Idylwild at Alma. . An ideal place
° tor your mountain bungalow. Clubhouse estab-
lished for convenience of purchasers. Only, 1
.tour and 45 uiinutes from San Francisco.
STRONG. BELDEN & FARR.
' -3 FT 'Putter ft..* .\u25a0 San Fr«p<*lE<v>.
PROPERTY TO EXCHANGE
; FAIR OAKS — 9 acres. Improved: cottage of 4
-.rooms and bath: large dining hall; Cno barn.
'. . «uedF, poultry runs, rabbit runs, pigeon lofts;
: •^••tiome completely furnished: lndudpd in pale all
jiigcoat-, poultry, rabbit* and farming tools now
. «<in place: small orchard: o»k tre*s: elevated
•land: price $7,000; an inoome proposition; will
• [ exchange.
PIGO acres; fiae farm, surrounded by orchard
nnd vineyard*; near Capitola and Santa Cruz;
nearly half is fine plow land, balance timber;
cre^k rnns throaeh the ranch; house, barn.
. i-hickca houses, blacksmith sbop; bearing or-
chsrd. cherries end apples: price $0,000; will
\u25a0 * eschanjrf.
CCBRAX CLARK. 2ST. MonTcotnery St.. S. F.
' . . '
WANTED— S room lions*\ close in: sood lot;
"tWiiife must lie modern : np to $5,000; terms.
Also 1 f-tory or l l^ story house of <J rooms:
ttiust bf> new and iujrood district close In; up
.. •to $0,U06 casa. Apply «t once.
I>. t. MIN^EI, , . .i \u25a0
422 11th st.
IX'Kotsli. 'J or 3 fiats, up to date, in Mission
v ;«r Park district. I*. EHM. 710 San Brnuo ay.,
nrar 19tU j-t.
CLEAR ranch or rlty property of $5.000 or $10.-
ftOO vrantPd as first payment on ranch of 500
' 'acrps: price $30.000. Box »13. Call office.
WANTED — 'J to 5 acres within 30 minutes of S.
. " I\. close to carline or railroad. Box SSO, Call
. t *' MATHIMOXIAL
GERMAN pentleman of good character and fig-
Pi;i«'. well educated, would like to meet a home
"oving lady, IS-2S, «>bject matrimony; butter-
flies, nislit owls, jaw Etamps; a good and
fyanpy home to right party ; please give full
particulars In first letter, alto photo, which
vill be returnod if not satisfied; correspond-
ence strictly confidential. Address box 862, j
Call office. \ , 1
VNINCUMBERED widow of refinement, age 3S,
would like to meet or correspond with geutle-
I than of refined taste and socfte m«>ans, oue who
would appreciate a womanly woman: prefer ;
•• pentleman from 40 to 45 years:' no objection 1
:o rancber: object matrimony. Address MRS.
C. F. BURDEN. P. O. box 804. Los Angeles,
VNTALENTED girl would like to hear from
homeless, appreciative. • blond bachelor from
tbe south. 24 to 35 years old. fond of yachting
and outdoor life, a careful smoker of good
oigairs and an experienced cook; object mutri-
mony. Box 894. Call office. [
GENTLEMAN of 50. but looks younger, best of
health, with enough money to make a com-
fortable home for a borne loving woman; if
" satisfactory meeting can be arranged; object
matrimony. Box 579. Call office. * ..-.. - 1
REFINED, cultured lady, 41 years old, accus-
tomed to farm life, would like to meet gen-
tleman of suitable age, matrimonially In-
clined; rancher preferred. Box 4565, Call of-
fice. 1651 Filimore st.
PLAIN sincere Catholic lady with several. thou-
sand dollars wishes a good husband; no objec-
tion to a Protestant, but must be married by
priest; details 25c. 245 Tremont ar.
C.F.NTLEMAN. 28. of good education and bu*l-
.*:;-. uess unility." wlkups to m*et refined young latfy
or widow; matrimony if suited. \u25a0 Box 923,
BI'SINFSSMAN, rcSned and kind hearred,~*Weks
wife with money or property; must have nat-
.in a I refinement. .Address box 919, Call office,
rid snd Market sts.
YOUNG widow ffitlr considerable property de-
sires a husbHa^wha will be kind and true to
her: details accents. 245 Tremont ar. ; Hayes
ear No. 6.
5.000 LADIES and gents want to marry; send
100. silver or stamps, for big list, with photos
snd postoffice addresjws; many wealthy. Cupid,
P. O. t>ox 121, Oakland. Cal.
MARRIAGE paper, highest character. Incorpo-
rated, 14th year; 5,000 members; paper sealed:
s*nd 10c. R. C. LOVE, box 1600. Denver,
GENTLEMAN. 32. of pleasing personality, would
like to mf«t nice appearing young lady with
ma'rimonal views. Box 027, Call office.
YOUNG Parisian, about 25. speaking English
fairly, wishes acquaintance of neat appearing
lady; object matrimony. Box 871. Call office.
GENTLEMAN of- means, age 54, wishes to corre-
i=;>ond with lady of means, age 50 to 60; object
matrimony. Box 908. Call office. -
BLIND man. 35 years old. makes a good living,
wishes the acquaintance of a young women;
object matrimony. .Box 4596, Call office.
WEALTHY, refined gentleman, 65, would marry.
E.. box 35. League. Toledo. O.
ELITE' matrimonial bureau for lovely pfpple;
Jcliczlss 10c. fi» Broadway, Oifcl&ad. '- <
DELINQUENT SALE NOTICE
WONDER WATER COMPANY— Location of prin-
cipal place of business, San Francisco, Califor-
nia. Location of works. " Wonder. Nevada.
NOTICE — There are delinquent upon the fol-
lowing described stock, on account of Assess-
ment (No. 1) levied on the 6th day of April,
1910. the several amounts set opposite the names
of the respective shareholders, as follows: •
WONDER WATER COMPANY
LIST OF DELINQUENT . STOCKHOLDERS
ACCOUNT OF •
ASSESSMENT NO.-l. DUE MAY 20.' 1910.
No. ofCer- No. of * ,
Names — tlfleate. Shares. Amount.
Arnott, Isabel M 40S 500 $2.50
Arrowsaiith. G. E 303 500 2.50
! Arrowsmith. G. E 304 500 2.50
j Baldwin, H. E 23 250 1.25
: Baker, Harry B 522 50 .25
j Baker. Harry B 523 50 ' .25
ir T 1 ari Z B 524 50 .25
£ Vf T ,' P " C 51 « 50° 2- 50
Sf 2a , kls . A 438 250 "1.25
Bk-tkman. John E....... 83 500 2.50
Boanell. Bartiett Brooke. soo ! 150 .75
gonnrll, Gertrude Mac.. 501 150 .75 I
Bonnell, A. Digby 335 500 2.50
Broak Chas.., 59 50- .25
Campbell. Gordon 119 500 »,'• 2.50
Campbell, Gordon T..120 600'- 2.50
Campbell, Gordon ..121 P0«l" 2.50
Campbell. Gordon 122 500 \u2666\u25a0"- 2.50
Carroll, J. M 35 500 • 2.50
Chester, Ed. H 438 500 ; 2.50
™ c T r - %S- S 439 boo 2- 50
Ch«ter Ed. H 440 500 2.50
r^ffl ' .F^ 15 * 1000 6.00
o«rS • A : F ™ 347 25° 125
9°> ff * a - A - F ...353 500 2.50
SJ« ' ,f ZSi . 500 2.50
S°.^ a - ->• F 355 250 1.25
S^ n - A - P 356 250^ 1.25
r ffi°' A " E 357 250 1.25
r^f? 1 ' A> £ 250 1-25
r«ffi ' A " E 359 250 i- 25
rsr •A" F. 360 2 50 1 - 25
S?JSS- A - tC 381 250 ' 1.25
Z f« D ' A " E 362 250 1.25
£^ D " -f- F 363 250 1.25
9%% n ' f- £ 364 250 , 1.25
r^' D> A " S 365 -250 1.25
9 ,°;, A ~ F - 3 « 6 250 1-25
Cordpl!, Theo. G 45 .500 2.50
Cordell, The*. G 46 600 2.50
£°rae , TUeo. G.. 47 500 .2.50
$°rte .E. C.. 48 250 1,25
£°*??"' E - C 49 .250 1.25
Cottini, a 190 500 2.50
Cummins, Geo. W 310 25& 1.25
Cummins, Gco. W 311 250 1.25
DeLancey. John S 326 600 " 2.50
DeLancey, Jobn S 827 600 2.50
DeLanppy, John S 328 500 2.50
DeLancey, Joha S 329 &00 2.50
DcLaneey, John S 330 500 2.50
DeLaacey, John 8 331 250 J. 25
DeLancey, John S 332 250 1.25
poLsneey. John S 333 250 1.25
DeLancey, John S 334 250 1.25
Dck, James C 57 250 1.25
Dick. James C 58 260 • 1.25
Dod ? e, K. B 95 100 ' .60
Esen. A. C 5 1 .005
Eisen, A. C. 417 40,000 200.00
Esen, A. C 463 500 2.50
Kisen, A. C 464 500 2.50
Eisen. A. C 465 500 2.50
teen. A. 0 466 6000 25.00
Ejsen, A. C 577 2500 J2.60
Eisen, Mrs. A.O 216 600 2.50
£isen. Mrs. A. C 480 500 2.50
Entlcknap. Herbert 155 1000 6.00
£vans, Mrs. Nora M 200 250 1.25
Evans, Mrs. Nora M 201 500 2.50
Fairview Silver King
F, M! - ne JL Co ;-' 760 3245 16.225
I \u25a0amngton & Co 27 50' .25
farrington & Co 411 250 1»25
Farr. Harry St. L 297 75 .375
Farnum. H. T 316 600 2.60-
I-ersuson. Mrs. J. Q 96 500 2.50
Freund. T.P 126 250 1.25
l- naa *' Z- E 151 875 ° 18 - 75
freund T. P 152 1000 6.00
Fuss. J. Allen 275 60 .25
fuss. J. Allen 276 50 .25
GerstJer, F" 34 600 2.60
*.riffin. W. W 219 500 2.50
Harlow, T. L 10 60 .25
»* rOW Z- L !» «> • 25
Harow, T. L 12 50 .25
Harlow, T. L 13 60 .25
Harow. T. L 14 250 1.25
Harlow, T. L 15 50 .25
Harrison, A. D 290 600 2.60
J'arrison, A. D..., 291 500 2.50
Harrison, A. D ...292 500 2.50
Hinkel. Wm, 193 . 500 2.50
Hinkel. Wm. ..;... .....194 250 1.25
House worth, F. A 60 600 2.60
Houseworth, F..A 61 500 2.50
Higglns. Joha 504 250 1.25-
Jennings, C. M.... .325 250 1.25
Johns, R. L. 579 11500 67.50
Johnson, A. T 157 . 1000- -6.00'
Johnson. A. T... 158 1000- 6.00
Jones, J. R .- 139 "600 \u25a0 2.50
Jones, J. R.-.. 140 500 " 2.50
Jones, J. R 481 2000 10.00
Kelsey. M. C 490 250 1.25
Kent, .1. H 113 500 2.50
Kent. I. H 114 600 2.60
Kent, I. H 115 500 2.50
Kent, I. H ..116 500 2.50
Kirby. Lamb & Stoneham 16 250 1.25
Kirby, Lamb & Stoneham 17 200 1.00
Kirby, Lamb & Stoneham 18 50 .25
Kahn, P. D 242 250 125
Kahn, P. D 243 250 . 125
Kahn, P. D 245 600 2.50
Kahn, P. D 246 500 2.50
Kahn. P. D 247 500 2.50
Kahn, P. D.. 248 500 2.50
Kahn, P. D 249 500 2.50
Kahn, P. D .250 600 2.60
Kahn, P. D • 251 500 2.50
Kabn, P. D 252 500 2.60
Kahn. P. D 253 2000 10.00
Kahn, P. D 254 500 2.50
Kahn, P. D 255 500 250
Kahn, P. D 256 600 2.50-
Kahn. P. D ..257 500 2.50
Kabn, P. D 258 500 250
Kahn. I. D 259 500 250
Kahn. P. D 410 500 2150
Krause, A 214 500 2 50
Krause, A 215 500 2 50
Landborg. Irving 36 375 1.875
Lewis. F. R 261 600 2.50
Lewis, T. R 262 600 2.50
Lewis, F. R 263 600 260
Lewis, F. R , 264 800 2.50
Lewis. F. R 265 600 2.60
Lewis, F. R 266 600 250
Lewis. F. R 267 600 2.50
Lewis, P. R ."...268 600 260
Lewis. F. R 269 600 2*50
Lewis, F. R 271 600 2*50
Lewis, F. R 272 500 2.50
Lewis, F. R 273 250 1.25
Lewis. F. R 538 250 105
Lewis, F. .B 539 250 t 1*25
Lnsk. F. C 209 500 2*50
Mallory, Winslow ...... 78 600 250
Mauvais, R. 217 250 1.25
Mauvais, It. 218 600 2*50
Mauvais, Mrs. R 97 600 2*50
McKibben, T 79 250' \u25a0 125'
McMahon, H. 0 418 4000 20*00
McMahon, H. G 459 20000 lOO'OO
McMuUin, S. G 87 250 125
McMullin, S. G 88 250 125
McMullln, S. G 89 250 1*25
McMullin, S. G 90 250 1*25
McMullln, S. G.. 91 250 L 25
McMullln. S. G 92 250 125
Nathan, A. R 280 50 25
Nathan, A. R 281 50 *25
Nelson. B. H 228 1 250 1*25
Nelson, B. H 229 250 125
Nordheim. H 202 600 250
Norris. Helen 3 '.755 500 2*50
Overbury, J. T 9 1 005
Preston, A. H 52 500 2*50
Preston, A. H 54 500 2*50
Preston, A. H 55 500 \u25a0 2 50
Pelletier, L 394 600 250
Pelletier. L 405 600 2*50
Pelletier, L. 469 1000 .5 00
Pelletier, L. 470 1000 ' " s*oo
Pelletier, L. ....471 1000 500
Pelletier. L. 472 1000- 500
Pelletier, Lv .' w-.473 1000 6*oo
Pelletier, L. "T..474 1000 500
Pelletier, L. 475 1000 5' 00
Pelletier, L. .476 1000 500
Pelletier, L. ..1..477 1000
Pelletier, L. 478 1000 500
Pelletier, L. 485 1000 6*oo
PeUetier, L. 456 250 125
Pelletier, L. 487 500 2' 60
Pelletier. L. ...........488 600 250
Pelletier, L. 557 1000 6.00
Prentias. Rnssell 160 2000 10 00
Rathjen, P. H 199 500 2.50
Rainey. Wm. F .191 250 125
Reynier, E. de 62 600 2.50
Reynier, Mrs. M. E. de. . 73 500 250
Rogers. C. W -540 1000 6.00
Sa|ar, E. F 221 250. 125
Sagar, E. F -.222 250 "fcg
Samson. R 82 600 2.50
Schnepfe, Chas. C.......431 / 600 250
Schnepfe, Chas. 0...;:.. 432 500 2!50
Schnepfe. Chas. 0.......433 600 2 60
Schutz, Rev. H 19 60 \u0084 '25
Schwartz, H. ...........220 500 2 50
Slsson, Ernest 368 250 1126
Slsson, Ernest 406 250 125
gg£: w: l::::::::-:::::« 3-. 67^^
Starr* W. A............. 761 3050 1505
Stephens, Mrs. W. J 20 , 600 050
Stephens. Mrs- W. J----«9 ;500. 2 50
Strong. Leslie F ....315 75 j£ 5
Stronz. T. P 39 - 175 fi7n
Stauf & C00per......... 299 600 silo
Stauf & Cooper §°° 250 125
Stauf & Cooper ....301 250 L 25
Stinf & C00per......... 302 - 250 125
ISasey. E. M-. ....... -.446 50 *"g
Swasey. E. M 447 \u25a0 60 * •?«;
Swtsty K. M ...,448 60 ;||
Swasey. E. M ......449 60 >2 5
SwaEey. E. M -"I s *! 80 25
Thongs, M. | 526 50 J
Thomas. M.E.... •'52J5 2 J ™ .25
Thomas. M. E ..628 60 -25
Thomas. M. X 52» 60 .25
Thomas. M.E... ...... -.630 60 ig
Toollt*.J-'"=* "^ ""°0 2rJi
Trieber. Conrad 83 600 . ogo
gientine. Ethe1.........^7 60 2 *l
WalSfen, Thoma. V.....210 50
Woelfert, L. 86 250 j g
w^-w^F::::::::::::iH §S8 ml
Wood W. -F. r ....283 600 2™
W^od W. F •••••2§l 600 Ifg
Wood W. F. -8» , COO 250
And In accordance with law and an order of
the Board of Diectors made on the 6th day of
April, 19 10, so many shares >of each > parcel of
gucfa stock as may be necessary will be sold, at
public auction at the office of ,. the i Company.
Room 114, No. 268 Market Street. San Francisco,
California, on Friday, the 10th day of June. 1910,
at the ; hour of 12 o'clock Noon : of said 1 day to
PBy eaid deUng.ueat assessaieat thereoa, - togetljer
: > L.EGAX yOTICES-~Conttnueci;
with costs. of advertising, and -expenses ; of
HARRY :B. T. GREGG. . Secretary.'? .
Of flee— Room - 114. No.' 268 r Market * Street, >, San
Francisco,' California. - ;.".*\u25a0•\u25a0 >- "..'''',-.
BAY COUNTIES POWER COMPANY : BONDS.
\u25a0 '\u25a0. Notice Is hereby given^ that ' Mercantile Trust
Company, of San Francisco invites bids for : the
sale to it on the 21st day of ' June, 19 10,. of i a
sufficient amount of .first. consolidated: mortgage
five per cent sinking " fund ; •'\u25a0•3o , year ' gold
bonds of Bay Counties Power company, for the
Investment of" - forty ; thousand four -hundred
forty-seven and 32-100 dollars/ ($40,447.32) ; now
in the sinking fund provided- for in the mort-
gage or deed of trust % executed by said Bay
Counties Power. Company -to Mercantile Trust
Company of San Francisco as trustee under. date
of September 1, 1900. . - r •
Each bid must state '\u25a0'\u25a0 the serial -. numbers ,- of
the bonds tendered and • the > pclce asked and
must be delivered to the \u25a0 undersigned trustee
at its office. No. 464 California street. San
Francisco. California, on or before 3 o'clock
p. m., June 20. 1910, In a sealed enveloiflt
marked "Tender of Bonds, of Bay Counties
Power Company." ' -.
Dated June 4, 1910.
MERCANTILE . TRUST COMPANY OF SAN
FRANCISCO. . R. M; SIMS. Trust Officer.
TO the Stock Holders of HALE. BROTHERS, IN-
CORPORATED— The regular annual meeting of
the stock holders of HALE BROTHERS, IN-
I CO RPO RATED, will be held at the office of
the company, 979-987 Market st., \u25a0 San Fran-
cisco, on Tuesday, the 14th day of June,il9lo,
at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, for, the election
of directors and the transaction of such bus i- 1
ness as may regularly come before the meet-
Ing. By order of the , board of directors. \u25a0 \u25a0
R. B. HALE, ' Secretary.
NOTICE — Having bought out the business of San
Fong Co., 522 Washington St., S. F..' on June
1. we hereby give notice that we will not be
responsible for any debts ' or bills " outstanding
against said San Fong Co.- from June 1,-l»10.
We wiU pay all bills. LEE YICK TONG.
TO whom •it may. concern— Notice ,is hereby
given that the copartnership heretofore exist-
ing between M. H. ROBINSON and F. L.
SUHR. has been dissolved. ,v
M. H. ROBINSON,
. \u25a0 . . - F. L. SUHR. __
ON and after June 3. 1910. I shall not be re-
sponsible for any bills contracted' by my wife,
Mrs. Lottie L. Field. . P.. R. FIELD.
NOTICE— AII persons having bills against P.
SEASTRAM, 261 Market St., collect same.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH Olf THE CALL IS
AT 1651 FILLMORE ST. •
PROPOSALS AND BIDS
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
• Of flee of the Board of State Harbor Commis-
sioners, Union Depot and Ferry House, San
Francisco, California, May 26, 1910. -
Scaled proposals or bids will be received at
this office at or prior to 11 o'clock a. m. on
THURSDAY. June 30. 1910,. for furnishing ma-
terials and constructing section 10 of the seawall,
on the water front of the city and county of
San Francisco, in accordance with the plans and
specifications prepared therefor by the Assistant
State Engineer of the Board and adopted by the
Board May 19, 1910, and on file In this office,
to which special reference is hereby made. The
materials to be used in the work consist of the
requisite quantities of fresh cut. ' close : grained
Douglas yellow fir piles, creosoted piles, mer-
chantable yellow fir lumber, staves for cylinders,
sheet piling, i band iron, . Portland cement, sand,
crushed rock, embankment rock, reinforcing ma-
terials, castings, structural steel, car springs.
and steel rails aad fastenings, etc., all to be of
the best quality specified and subject to a rigid
examination. ;>"o«bid.will be received unless it
Is made on "a blank 'form furnished from this
office and is accompanied by a certified check
for five (5) per cent of the amount of the bid,
payable to the order of the \u25a0 Secretary of the
Board, as a guarantee on the part of the suc-
cessful bidder that he will within six (6) days
after the acceptance of the bid enter Into a
written 'Contract to do said work according to
the plans and specifications prepared therefor,
and will also execute and file with this Board
a bond in such sum as the Board may deem
adequate with a surety company to be approved
by the Board of t>t,ate Harbor Commissioners,
and conditioned for the faithful performance of
such contract, nor will said' bid be considered
by this Board unless delivered. to the Secretary
or to the Assistant Secretary at the office of the
Secretary at or prior to 11 o'clock a. m. on
THURSDAY, June 30, 1910, at which'tlme and
place the bids will be opened. . . .
The Board reserves the right to reject any or
all bids if deemed for the best Interests of the
Bidders are invited to be present at the open-
Ing of the bids. • <*Z \u25a0
" W. R. PORTER,
Lieut. Governor- and Acting Governor of : the
State of California. *- „- \u25a0 \u25a0 /•
• •• r raii J. A.. KELLY,
. Supervisor and Acting Mayor of the City and
County of San Francisco. ' ' : ">
W. V. STAFFORD, .
:.:• .: W. E. DENNISON,
P. S. TELLER.
Board of State Harbor Commissioners. .
RALPH BARKER, <
Assistant State Engineer. .
W. B. THORPE.
\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0• ..-.-\u25a0.- Secretary.
NOTICE OF LEASING SEAWALL LOT. j
Notice is hereby given that bids will be re- 1 .
ceived and opened by the Board of State Harbor
Commissioners at their office, room No. 19, In
the Union Depot and Ferry House, foot of Mar-
ket street. In the City and County of San Fran-
cisco, State of California, at the hour of «i 0
o'clock a. m., on. Thursday, the leth day of June,
1910, for the letting or leasing by said board of
seawall lot No. 7. Said seawall lot is situated
on the water front of the City and ; County of
San Francisco, and is bounded by Montgomery,
Francisco, East, Ss-nsome and Chestnut streets.
Said property will be let to the highest and
best bidder for a term -not exceeding twenty-flve
(25) years; subject, however,* to the power of
the board to reject any and all bids, and in ac-
cordance with printed terms and conditions of
lease to which reference is hereby made, which
are on file In the office of the Secretary of the
Board, copies of which will be furnished bidders
on application to said secretary.
Bids must set forth the purpose for which said
lot shall be used and the bidder must agree that
the statement of his bid. If the lease is awarded
to him, shall be embodied in said lease, and he
must also agree that 'said lot shall be used only
for the purposes set forth In his bid.
W. V. STAFFORD,
W. E. DENNISON,
P. S. TELLER, .
• Board of State Harbor Commissioners. .
W. B. THORPE, Secretary.
-NOTICE .OF LEASING SEAWALL LOT.
Notice Is hereby given that bids will be re-
ceived and opened by the Board of State Harbor
Commissioners at their office, room No. 19, *in
the Union Depot and Ferry House, foot of Market
street, in the City and County of San Francisco,
State of . California, , at the hour -of 10 o'clock
a.' m., on Thursday, the 16th day of. June, 1910,
for the letting or leasing by said 1 board of sea-
wall lot No. 21. Said seawall lot Is situated on
the water front of the City .and County of San
Francisco, and Is bounded by Brannan, East and
Fremont streets. -
Said property will be let to the" highest and.
best bidder for a term not exceeding twenty-five
(25) -years; subject, • however, to . the power, of
the board to reject any and all bids, and In ac-
cordance with printed terms and conditions of
lease to which reference -is hereby, made, which
are on file in the office of the Secretary of the
Board, copies of which will be furnished bidders
on application to said Secretary.
Bids must set forth the purposes for which
said lot shall be used and the bidder must. agree
that the statement of .his bid, if the lease Is
awarded to him, shall be embodied in said lease,
and he must also, agree that, said lot shall be
used only for the purposes set forth in his bid.
W. V... STAFFORD.
* , : W. E. DENNISON,
P. S. TELLER. • :
Board of State Harbor Commissioners.
, W. B. THORPE. Secretary.. • .
NOTICE OF LEASING! SEAWALL LOT.
Notice is hereby given that bids will be re-
ceived and opened by the Board of State Harbor
Commissioners at their pfflce, room; No. 19, in the
Union Depot and Ferry House, foot of Market
street, in the City and County of San Francisco,
State of California, at the hour ; of Id o'clock
a. m., on Thursday, the 16th day of June, 1910,
for the letting or leasing by said board of sea-
wall lot No.. 22, ."Subdivision A." Said seawall
lot Is situated on the water -.front . of the City
and' County of San Francisco, and is bounded by
Brannan, Fremont. East and First streets.
Said property will be let " to the highest and
best bidder for a term not exceeding twenty-flve
(25) years; subject, however, to the power of the
board to reject any and all bids, and In accord-
ance .with printed terms and conditions of lease
to which reference is hereby made, which are oa
file in the office of the Secretary of the Board,
copies of which will be furnished 1 bidders, on
application to said Secretary.;' \u25a0 - \u25a0: ? \u25a0.-
Bids must set forth \u25a0 the ~ purposes j for which
said lot shall be used, 'and the bidder must agree
that the statement •of his ' bid. If the lease is
awarded to him. shall be embodied In said lease,
and he must also agree that said lot' shall, be
used only for the purposes set forth in his bid. :
>\u0084 W. V. STAFFORD,
- - W.'E.' DENNISON,
-.- - .7 P. S. TELLER, ;-r: ,
Board of State Harbor ' Commissioners.
W. B. THORPE, Secretary. >.: :: \u25a0 \u25a0: .-;.\u25a0;.•*..';; £V- V-W-
LODGING HOUSES \u25a0 FORSAIiE .
G. A. HERRICK,; 1005 MARKET- ST.. Cor. 6th.
DELGER BLDG. <\u25a0 Phones Market 3106, J-2726.
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED: 20- ROOMS:, sunny
corner; Nob hill: always full; rent $6.60 room;
clears $150 , monthly ; ; ; strictly ? modern ; ' \u25a0 very
- reasonable: part cash. \u25a0 •= - >
65 ROOM , HOTEL. ; COMPLETELY furnished ;
down town; clears $300 to $400;: bar t in con-
nection: bargain.- .' \u25a0»;.•.-.•\u25a0' ;-.-.•. \u25a0* --w-- -\u25a0:
FINE MODERN A PT. r: HOUSE ; must ". be ? sold :
close In; clears $200 to $300 per month; 'only
$3,500; nothing j like r lt In city.
'. •\u25a0-.- -- ,- \u25a0•\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0>-*\u25a0\u25a0;:\u25a0 X .; XV \u25a0'».,•'-\u25a0:\u25a0.- '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0-'-,\u25a0:.-.;
A, CAMERON & CO., . - \u25a0 '«r:y->X •^V^-.V
714 ' MARKET ST.', ROOM 201. opposite Call.
- BANK REFERENCES' .-
HOTELS, ROOMING. APARTMENT HOUSES,
' <•.-\u25a0• FLATS i" > * :\u25a0'
\u25a0; Titles guaranteed..
BEAUTIFUL' modern T- 9 rm.; flat, well -f urn.,
choice . location : \u25a0 rent - $40 ; * pickup. $250: ~
RARE bargain — 33 nnfc.-fina cor.: .new,; modern;
" rent $150; .well. furn;> only. $2,750. ' - ! \u25a0 /
HIGH ; class • apt. house. 100 ; rms.; 3 rent *$6 rm. ;
• elesrant -fur. : clears \u25a0 $450: \u25a0 see • this bargain.-*
: . ; "' " : :".';;>BUSiNBSS % WANTED. •-•'„•
>,'.'...;\u25a0 i~. -~~r. — : ff — —r—-"—-WEr — -"— -
WE are iin I thY; market t to '•purchase for a 1a 1 client
• any kind^ of i profitable^ and s established }.- mer-
1 1 can tile, business .up ; to' $9,000 \u25a0 cash."-' To • receive
Immediate attention i give V details In
\u25a0:~ fljet letter. -- Box ; 890, Call office. ; - ~ - . I
CLARKE "•&* MAGNUS,. BUSINESS BROKERS^:
830 \u25a0 MARKET ST.; RM. - 507, -WESTB ANK BLG.
\u25a0\u25a0.•\u25a0•£ .- . SEE. US ; FOR BARGAINS \u25a0IN '\u25a0 3 ;^ 7 :.i
CITY .OR •\u25a0 COUNTRY- BUSINESS PLACES. , |
- NO CHARGE. FOR LISTING' A: BUSINESS. .'_
ALL OUR \u25a0? BUSINESS \u25a0\u25a0 PROPOSITIONS WILL
!., STAND THE. CLOSEST . INVESTIGATION:' : '-v j
GROCERY; AND LIQUOR? STORE— 4 lir. rooms;;
GOOD BUSINESS; 1 fresh and heavy stock; own-
er wishes to retire; price $900; rent $35; SNAP
..for man and wife. .-,--> -^ . r . r :
\u25a0 CLARKE ft MAGNUS, S3O Market st..~Tm. 507.
RESTAURANT— For sale on account of. death in
1 family ; receipts $25 • t0 . 540 daily ; rent $40;
• lease; best location in S. F.; near 2 theaters;
: $450. -\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 .\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0-\u25a0.. \u25a0 -, . ,;,-.; - : •' \u0084 • . V w
CLARKE: & MAGNUS. 830 Market St.. rm. 507. 1
ANY REASONABLE OFFER accepted for a
;-WELL PAYING RESTAURANT, on account of
, death and failing health of widow; CLEARED
,$2,500 per year since last 6 years: rent $80; no
•night or Sunday work: 'INVESTIGATE- -'
.CLARKE & MAGNUS. 830 Market st... rm. 507.
GENERAL HARDWARE STORE. , Santa Clara
county; -receipts $10,000 per year; 1 rent; only
$40; lease;. STOCK invoice about $3,500; buy
only loose fixtures: $150. ' :
CLARKE '& MAGNUS.' SSO Market gt., rm. 50u'
SALOON — Good downtown location; corner; per-
manent building;: good business; nicely fitted
I up; very reasonable rent; business could be ln-
j creased easily; owner has other Important busi-
'-. ness; sacrifice for $900. ' .' . >
CLARKE & MAGNUS, 830 Market st.. rm. 507.
652 PACIFIC BLDG., OWNERS' ASSOCIATION
r ' Complete restaurant outfit for sale; $-'50. __\u25a0•\u25a0
Saloon— Corner; north of Market st.; $3,500.
Saloon— Kearny st. ; $1,500. .
" Saloon — Third-st.; $5,000. \u25a0 >
Have 40 miles stage line, mail contract, ex-
press business, fare $10 a passenger, receipts
.last year $12,000; if you have $2,000 or 2 au-
tomobiles wlir talk business to you.-
"If you are looking for any business from
$300 and np come and look over our large list
" of investments. <
- $500 secures Interest in - established business
earning $3,000 yearly; pleasant work; money
secured. • -.
Man for secretaryship. \u25a0 new corporation; sal-
ary $I,SOO yearly; good interest in the com-
pany: $1,500 required: Al references.
Delicatessen in Mission; $375.
Established firm requires . active man; posi-
tion of . trust; pleaaent work; good Income;
652 Paciflc building. \u25a0
ACRE-BONDS," a gilt edged security participat-
-ing in profits ' of great co-operative fig and
orange orchard in proven Galveston-Houston
district. : where growers realize $300 to $1,000
. an aero annually; estimated to return 200 per
cent' profit; Investment absolutely secured; no
speculation; company '', composed of leading
bankers and businessmen of Houston and prac-
| tical . fruit growers ; Indorsements of bank of fl-
clals; If you wish to invest $80 or more, cash
or mo. payments; wrfte today; literature and
particulars free. American Loan and Mortgage
Co.. 108 American Back bldg.. Houston, Tex.
"" ; J. HAY SMITH CO.'S SNAPS.
Stage route; exchange house and lot. .....$3,000
Restaurant ; exchange lot $1,000
Restaurant and 6 rooms $450
Restaurant; part cash ••••. ,$450
Grocery, etc., living room $900
Cigar stand; first class.. •-• $"50
Cigar stand; average $14 dally $450
Apartment house; exchange $3,000
Rooming \u25a0 house, 23 rooms ; choice $2,400
Rooming house, IS rooms; fine transient. .$1,700
Rooming house, 24 rooms ; transient $1,500
Rooming house, 11 rooms; fine $">0
Rooming house; 11 rooms; paying $550
List with us. . 872 Broadway, Oakland.
R. R. WILLIAMS.
BUSINESS CHANCE BROKER.
1028 . MARKET ST.. ROOM 30.
Rooming house, 10 rooms, elegantly fur-
nished;, corner. College ay. and Bancroft way,
Berkeley; rent cheap: price very low.
Cottage, 7 re.; fine location; $2,100. terms.
Good grocery store; fine business; $600; snap.
Good 10 acre farm near Corning, Cal; all In
. bearing .fruit; $2,500, terms.
\u25a0 Many good bargains. . •
See my list. „. I
WANTED — Well known j manufacturing and im-
porting company, large plant, staple line, can
offer excellent opening for a competent man
with $4,000 cash to establish and carry on a
permanent exclusive store in this city: can
pay right man $200 a month and all expenses,
besides liberal share of profits: attractive in-
vestment and high class business: reasonably
good for $5,000 a year, with favorable future.
Address ."Secretary," box 902, Call office.
WESTERN INV. CO., 830 Market St., room 418.
MODEL MAKING shop. Inventories $1,000; will
sell this week for $525; 3 Hv. rms.: rent $14.
VEGETABLES. FRUITS AND FISH. $350.
LUNCH COUNTER. $275; receipts $25 day.
DOWNTOWN RESTAURANT. $750; receipts $35.
CANDY AND ICE CREAM PARLOR, stationery,
etc.; near school; $550. -
Stationery and notions, $200; 3 living- rooms.
SALOON. $1,200; RESTAURANT, $600; $50 day.
$2,000; 20 years ' established — Hay, gram, wood
and coal;. -also, express business; average
monthly t receipts on coal business, $1,000;
average monthly receipts \u25a0on \u25a0 express, $125.
Fully, equipped in every detail, including 4
horses, 5 wagons, stock of hay, grain, wood
and coaL All is included in above price.
This is a snap for the right party. WENT-
WORTH & CO.. 1503 Grove St.. cor. San
Pablo ay. and 20th St.. Oakland.
FOR sale— Excellent paying livery . business -on
Main st.. Salinas; finest opening for automo-
bile livery In connection: brick building;
lease; finest location In city: price $6,000; good
•value given; good reasons for. sale; old age.
, Also $800, Al- per. cent securities; safe as
bank. , -
GEO. H. MURDOCH & SON,
-•'-' 91 Bacon building, Oakland.
WHY NOT A STORE OF YOUR OWN?
Experience not necessary: there are big
possibilities for men * with \u25a0 limited capital In
a profitable business; we know of many towns
where retail stores are needed; this is an ex-
ceptional chance to get started in a paying
business of your own; no charge for services.
For full Information write box 899) Call office.
Great opportunities for men with red blood
In their veins in the new goldfield? in SW.
Alaska. If you like to learn about them see
, CONRAD SIEM at North Paciflc S. S. office,
854-6 Market St.. San Francisco.'
$850— A bargain; -must be' sold at once; bakery
«nd confectionery, creamery store; also 2 liv-
ing rooms, furnished; doing splendid business:
privilege of trying before buying; cheap rent;
. on main street; owner going east; located near
large school; daily receipts ' $20.' HIAM IN-
VESTMENT CO.. 968 Broadway. Oakland.
SALOON FOR SALE BETWEEN POST
AND BUSH IN KEARNY ST.; BIG
SNAP. SEE THIS- QUICK.
B. F. HERSHEY, 244-KEARNY ST./ S. F.
" TO HOTELMEN. .. . . \u25a0•. '
The furniture. and lease of the leading hotel in
a thriving country town for sale; doing a highly
profitable, business, both -to * bar. and house; big
tautomoblle trade; 40 rooms: prlces3,sdO. If in-
terested address box 4353. Call office, Oakland. ;
BLACKSMITH shop for $300; fully equipped for
conducting the business; in a hustling town
"\u25a0adjacent to Oakland; good 4 room house' ad-
joining the shop, with large yard and . barn :
rent for whole $20 per month; a snap; death of
owner cause of sale. Box ; 4354, Call. Oakland.
;. SEE THIS FOR A BARGAIN. '
A good general stock . of hardware for sale at
invoice, or will exchange for house and lot rvalue
$2,500. Address box 4355, Call office. Oakland.
WANTED— Energetic and - trustworthy partner
for'school of sign painting: the only one of Its
.kind in the west; sign, painting business- now
established; $300 required; investigate. SAM
E..: SIGNS.. 530, Pine St.- \u25a0r : - - \
WILL sacrifice my half and controlling interest
, in good paying, well and old; established real
-estate and brokerage, business for $400 on' ac-
' count of important affairs in the south. Box
915. Call office. v . :.
MONEY in every mail; own a strictly legitimate
,- ousiness; no capital;, canvassing or ..merchandise
.' r required; . bank \u25a0 guarantee furnished. ;, Address
.with stamp, J. W. TATE, -Toccoa. .' Ga:.. ,\, ..:
WANTED— Steady, \u25a0 reliable man to : help . manage
I : established Market | st. business; I will i pay $30 '
' weekly; requires an investment of $200; no ex- 1
perience necessary. Call 1122 Market st.., r. 2.
FOR sale— s3,soo— ln live. ; Interior town, morn-
v* l n £ paper route: 3 morning papers; ; circulation,
; : about 1,000; 650 to 700 extra Sundays. Ad-
dress box 408. Santa. Rosa. ;: ••\u25a0:-. ... _. ; . - _ •
RESTAURANT for 'sale or rent; a good chance
for little I money; also "a' candy ' store doing a
\ good business; $200 cash. • MRS. J. ANDER-
,SON, Elmhurst, Cal.- \u25a0,',.. --.-,.. : \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0_" ;;>;-\u25a0: c ;
RESTAURANT, and , lunch counter; pacing busl-
;- ness; -price, and .terms, reasonable; -fine opportu-
;-„ nity : for; the .right party.? GEO. W.. AUSTIN,
; : 101S Broadway. Oakland. \u25a0' i .
$3,000 STOCK— AI grocery ! store, with -or with- ,
M out butcher shop, if or rent; owner, going away.
.Apply to" same,' cor. -.of E. 22nd and' 25th are.,'
V East - Oakland. >" J - • : '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0;• r.y, : -,> ;/.. -: ; - \u25a0.; .:,?:.-.-
SNAP < to a man with a; few. hundred. dollars^ to
.: invest } in . saloon business; '.' guaranteed : to '-. be
: O.;K. Box 916. Call office./^ :;>\u25a0
$500 will buy county right and $1,000 In stock ;
, consider good exchange: :;E. J. MERCEREAU,
907. Broadway, , room 25. Oakland. \u25a0:\u25a0•. : :••-
RESTAURANT— At a- bargain; v long ? established;
' -doing r fair business: owner; has' other business;
--, price,ssoo.-. Inquire, 726 ; Turk st. f/r. -,\u25a0;.-;
RESTAURANT must be \u25a0 sold ; at \u25a0 public auction;
''Mondays June 6. '2 p.\;m., by order :of- receiver;
•b good profits. .; 142, 3d -'nt. \u25a0>,\u25a0-\u25a0 \u25a0 : "y> . :' i---'j\z ;;>
AUTHORS.' 10c for novel plan netting big money
-to- formerly: unsuccessful c writers. ZENITH
- SYNDICATE,^ box ;; 117.^Dnlnth^ Minn.,
UPHOLSTERY : \u25a0 business : for 5 sale ; % well \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0. esUb-
.lishedudolng good business.? Address 703 "Der
st. ;;\u25a0".--\u25a0/-..\u25a0.\u25a0:' L-S.-i's.-'-, ;..•••; '\u25a0•'\u25a0'-.-'\u25a0 . ' ' 7, : - .v.?'fe>-f:
FOR sale i at ; a -bargain— Fruit • and candy, store,'
-.( downtown: corner; 'doing fine ' business. 'Inquire
.--;: 898 Mission :,- st. V; \u25a0),-.'; \u25a0 , . >\u0084•''\u25a0'
FOR [ sale-^Grocery ; : corner 20th and Connecticut
sts;', Phone; Mission 507. ":.;.:!,;"..' ,' \;X:-^::
GOOD ' grocery i for. sale ; cheap ; . good location, • 399
-;; Halght^ st.; corner \u25a0\u25a0 Webster, v:;;v/: • . •'.;*\u25a0]
- ;« BUSINESS CHANCES— Continued .
:^ HERRICK. THE BROKER. '
,TO THE PUBLIC-"-HA YE YOU SEEN. MY
NEW OFFICES?:; 15 ELEGANTLY FURNISHED
OFFICES. WITH THE REST-ROOMS, READ-
ING- :ROOMS. A PLEASANT PLACE TO
GEO. A.* HERRICK, 1005 MARKET ST.. IN-
VESTMENT BROKER:- ESTABLISHED 36
YEARS. REFERENCE THE WESTERN
NATIONAL /BANK. > \u25a0 ' .-\u25a0: - .
•Vas^l HAVE NO OPPOSITION IN SAN FRAN-
ClbCO. and ha ye all of the available businesses
t?^^?J, c for sale > THAT WILL STAND IN-
\ESTIGATION. I think that it will be worth
your while to call at my of flees and get an In-
sight into and details of the different businesses
that I have for sale. NOTICE— I have every-
thing from a small store to a large manufac-
turing business for sale; also several . one-half
Interests in some good paying businesses.
-\u25a0'HAVE. you got $250 cash? If you have. I
have, a small store suitable for lady or man and
wife for . that amount. \u25a0 "
SALOON; heart of Market st.; high class;
splendid" future; long lease; price $3,500; the
license in this saloon is worth $3,000.
SALOON;* good corner saloon, doing an aver-
age business of $36 a day; rent only $75 perl
month; } price $3,000.
SALOON JUST AROUND THE CORNER;
food business: nicely fixed up; will invoice
d.OOO; on account of unlooked for circumstances
1 wiU sell you this saloon for $1,500; clearing
over . $300 a • month. \u25a0*-.*'
NOTICE — I have several high class saloons on
and around Market st., downtown; call and let
me give you , the details.
: . ONE -OP . THE BEST SALOONS ' on Filimore
\u25a0t;;NEW:.6 years' lease; price $2,250. .
ONE-HALF INTEREST In splendid saloon;
Market St.; rent $300; this is good; $2,000 for
the half Interest. \u25a0 *
S^LOON~7 A Eood one, doing $25 a "day busi-
ness; will Invoice $2,000; I will sell- you this
tomorrow for $900, cash.
NOTICE— I have several other .saloons that I
can sell * you at wonderfully low prices, say
from $600 up. and I can guarantee every one
or:taem to be Just as represented; all bargains.
\u25a0 ROADHOUSE— I have one of the best In the
5 fi« close In; "' erjr cbeao rent: receipts $40
to $50 a day; heavy stock;. 4 elegantly fur-
nished rooms; a 4. years' lease;, price $2,500;
the license is worth half of that; be sure and
see this; a real bargain.
CIGAR STANDS-1-Y have a number of good
stands that I can sell you right; call and see
GROCERY— Fine corner location; 3 nice living
rooms; large back yard; rent $25; fine place for
man and wife; price $500.
\u25a0- CANDY CONFECTIONERY and notion store,
2 nice living rooms; rent only $10: this is a
nice place; price $250.
STATIONERY, and 'notion store: 1 nice living
room, furniture included; price $200.
NOTICE— W e have all kinds of small stores,
ranging in price from $200 up. with nice living
rooms and reasonable rent; if you are looking
for a business, large or small, it would be
well to see me before purchasing, as I keep
an up to date listing and can give you bar-
gains that are seldom found.
££O. A. HERRICK, INVESTMENT BROKER.
EST. 36 YEARS. REFERENCE
THE. WESTERN NATIONAL,. BANK.
HOTELS AND ROOMING HOUSES.
INSURANCE, "RENTALS. EXCHANGES,
STOCKS AND BONDS.
NOTICE— I am also the middleman for all of
tie leading breweries of San Francisco, and
when you purchase a saloon oft me, if you have
a reasonable amount of cash. I wilL through
the assistance of the brewery, help you to get
IN RIGHT. There are brokers that advertise
themselves as representatives of the breweries
in San Francisco, which is utterly untrue, as I
have the necessary papers In my office to back
up my statement. It has taken several years
to get the confidence of the public, and of the
wholesale business houses of San Francisco, and
it will pay you to look me up before you call
at my office. Then you will know who you
are dealing with, and It will be easier for both
you and myself, as you will know what kind
of a man you are up against. Very trulr yours,
G. A. HERRICK.
. $2,SOO— SALOON. • near the Chutes. Filimore
St.; new lease 6 years; doing $34 a day busi-
$4,OOO— SALOON In heart of Filimore St.; do-
ing $40 a day; price $4,000.
$2,OOO— SALOON; on good corner one block
south of Market; fireproof building.
$3.500-^SALOON. heart of Market St.; good
lease; rent $300. .. ,
:'\u25a0 $I,SOO— SALOON; Post St.; a nicely fitted up
place; doing $25 a day business; rent only $50
% $7,SOO— SALOON; heart of Market St.; 9 years'
lease; doing $75 a day.^
• $4,SOO— SALOON; near 6th st. on Market; 10
years' lease. . -
$3,250— SALOON: splendid corner on Bush st.;
rent $75; doing $36. ,
GROCERIES. GROCERIES. GROCERIES.
ONE GOOD CORNER GROCERY, elegant 50
foot plate glass front, doing a good cash counter
trade: downtown neighborhood; high class trade;
will invoice about the price asked, $2,600. •
. GROCERY AND FAMILY LIQUOR STORE, in
pood^ thriving neighborhood; 6 living rooms; price
GROCERY AND BRANCH BAKERY in the
busiest part of the Mission; rent only $25; 2 liv-
ing rooms and good sized store; nice, clean
stock; first class fixtures;, doing $25 a day;
price $700. . .
INTEREST IN GOOD PAYING
GROCERY; receipts $35 a day; rent $30; $850
for the half Interest. ' .
j SMALL STORES— Stationery, school supplies,
confectionery stores, \u25a0\u25a0 candy and Ice cream stores.
Small grocery ; stores, -millinery,, cleaning and
dyeing business; I have the k'nd of business
that you are for.
It Is impossible for me to advertise all of the
various propositions that I have for • sale, but
If you will call at my office and let me know
what kind of business you want, I think that I
can locate you.
GEO- A. HERRICK. 1005 MARKET STREET.
INVESTMENT BROKER. • ESTABLISHED 36
«rr^. 'r. DEPARTMENTS.
OPPORTUNITIES. .HOTELS AND
£?-9 MM > I: '\Pt, HOUSES. STOCKS AND BONDS.
INSURANCE, RENTALS, EXCHANGES.
MOVING PICTURE business; clearing $250 mo.;
call at once. 744 Paciflc building. ,
WANTED— Good. man with $1,200; will guaran-
tee $150 month one year." 744 Paciflc building.
SNAP— Bargain; 'planing mill :i best location and
money maker In city. 744 Paciflc building.
FOR sale— Livery and boarding - stable; money
maker. 744 Paciflc building.; -.-
FOR sale— Grocery and | family liquor store ; re-
' eeipts $10 a day. 744 Paciflc. building. » \
FOR sale— Rooming house; 15 rooms; clears $140
, mo. guaranteed;. fine location. 744 Paciflc bldg.
FORiSale-^-Corner. family : liquor : store: receipts
$35 a day; business location. 744 Pacific bldg.
FOR sale— Hotel \u25a0 snd bar; receipts $900 . month-
. money making location. 744 Paciflc building.
$600 takes corner saloon; receipts $20 day; living
: rooms: license : worth $1,000. . 744 Paciflc bldg.
WANTED— Partner '- with $250: will guarantee
.$l5O month.: 744 Paciflc boilding. , Kuara ° lee
FOR^sale-^Dellcacy* store;: high class- trade;
» money: maker. 744 Paciflc building. - ;
FOR sale— Wood, coal and hay business; receipts
-,'. $100 day;, bargain. 744 Pacific building. - \ .
- GILLIES^ & CO.. BUSINESS BROKERS.--
5| NO CHARGE FOR LISTING A BUSINESS.' ~
. $850 — Roadbouse. Sonoma county; 2 acres fruit
and 250 chickens; windmill; gas-plant; rent $15.
$$50_-Roadhouse, g an Mateo county; 6 room* •
furniture," •> electric . piano, 1 slot machines; goo*
stock: good business. >-~ . - ' . : \u25a0 / ;
$850— Saloon." 30 miles from city; aVood bur
TO LET— COUNTRY HOTEL— TO "EET " *
$I,2oo— Saloon 'and rooming house; pood loca-
tion; - we consider this a ; good buy— less ' than
value, "v -.*-' \u25a0 \u25a0.\u25a0'--\u25a0.'•\u25a0\u25a0".\u25a0"\u25a0 - .\u25a0:
.-GlLm:s'& CO., 1028' Market St.; room 22., ':•
LIVE, paying, new 50 room hotel; good stand to
.:. country 1 town; bar, : auto and up to date fur-
3 nishlngsr^want to sell; furnishings; will give
§ long lease at low rent; price $6,000; this hotel
I is built j where I old | one | burned and |is clearing
$250 per month,'. but the owner: has mining in-
• terests ; that 'take -him. away; step, into a good
business. J. H.EDSON, 1068 Broadway, Oak
-land. i.-Vvt**: ' \u25a0 '.-• ' '\u25a0"- '\u25a0'\u25a0' ' ' •'\u25a0 •'\u25a0\u25a0.: .'.'\u25a0.-' \u25a0
« for i Eatents."..; VHlnts to Inventors "
. ."Why > Some Inventora , Fall,'.* : and other val-
, suable r literature 1 sent \ fret; send sketch ;of
of your Invention for opinion. Our Mr. Greeley
v ' was . formerly | assistant • commissioner * and act-
Ing commissioner of patents.' GREELEY,, k Mc-
X INTIRE.' Patent Attorneys.- Washington?; D. ;C."
MEAT j market j for *, sale ; ; east '\u25a0 side - bay ; : strictly
-.first class shop and" fixtures;, cold storage 'plant •
-?'. Alt location:?- lease.-" cheap -rent;; strictly, cash
"-\u25a0 ' sales $ 125 j to « $150 ; day ; „no delivery ; . best \u25a0of
reasons : for- selling; yio : bonus, > no agents. 5 Ad-
: J dress 4 bos; 4348;; Cafljoffice.; Oakland: ",-; -.'
FOR ; sale-^. ' room : flat :; fine « location ;* clears $40
•7. month, 'til Pacific .building.' '.'. ' • : . ' - *
\_ RUSINESS CHAXCES— Contlnoed
TO lease-rFlne new hotel at a new seaside resort
near San ' Francisco; rent very reasonable ant
\u25a0_ right party can have free use of large acreaz*
. farming .land; ,If .capable will also be paic
salary, as superintendent ;t splendid chance foi
man and wife. Address box 912. Call office
WANTED— Energetic- man to Invest $1,500 foi
third Interest In prosperous business; Al ref
g erence;- guarantees.. $1S weekly; needs lnTes
tigatlntr to . fully appreciate the opportunity.
C. WEIDER. 1021 A Telegraph ar.. Oakland;
phone Oak 7661.
WHOLESALE house having 7 branches wants a
man as a general outside representative cap-
able to manage one of our stores ; matt have
$1,000 or more: salary $100 to $125- por month.
Box 988. Call office.
FOR sale — Grocery, at bargain; location and ar-
rangement best In Berkeley: clean business of
$3,000 - per month. For information phones
Berkeley 1403 or Berkeley 925.
RESTAURANT and lunch counter for sale: best
location In Oakland: average receipts, $30 per
day; rent $25. 410 9th St., Oakland.
CALL route, good growing territory In best part
of residence district. See owner, 453 44th at.,
Oakland, before 9 a. m. or after 7 p. m.
STOCKS and bonds sold; corporations organized
and financed; commissions moderate; estab-
llshed house. P. Q. box 1922. New York.
FIRST CLASS shoe shop; fine location and busi-
ness; death cause selling. Call Monday after-
noon 2 to 5 p. m. at 2000 Devlsadero st.
$250 will make you $1,000 or more In short
time; get in on one of greatest Inventions of
the age; see it work at 803 Phelan building.
$2,000 to develop an invention of merit: invest-
ment guaranteed by real estate. Inquiries
\u25a0 solicited at 815 Monadnock bldg.
FOR sale at a sacrifice, well located bakery and
confectionery: see this bargain at once. A. C.
BRANSON, 2581 Shattnck aye., Berkeley.
FOR sale — $50 down will buy a good restaurant;
also a candy store for $200. J. ANDEBSON,
$150 DOWN; half Interest In best restaurant
proposition In city; owner going east. Inquire
Mars Hotel. 341 Golden Gate ay.. room 43.
FOR sale— A /good newspaper route In a good
district In this city. Apply to J. R. LEN-
HART. Circulation Department. S. F. CalL
HARNESS, shop to rent; fine stand; -no opposi-
tion: fine trade built up. JOHN JORDAN,
WANTED — Saloon location In country town. Box
4350, Call office. Oakland.
GROCERY doing fine bus. In a growing town;
bar, for man & wife. Lonsdale sta., S. Anaelmo.
$4,250 — Good paying corner saloon; good lease.
Inquire 18 Folsom st.
CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN BUY ELSEWHERE
WE HAVE FOR SALE. SUBJECT:
1,000 shares Alisal Oil Co (a\ $0.09
2,000 Alaska Petroleum & Coal C0. ....fit .17
1,000 shares August Oil Co fi, .35
1.500 shares Best Yet Oil Co Sh .38
1.000 shares Coalinga Crude 55 .14
200 Calif. Pressed Brick Co ffij .IS
1.000 Kern River Drillers' Co fs .12
1.500 Lady Washington Oil Co i?e .13U
1,000 shares La Blanc Oil Co f« .25
200 shares Section Six Oil Co SZi .44
1,000 shares Yellowstone Oil C 0 ....... ft .40
5,000 Monterey Coal Co fo .01%
1,000 Parkfleld San Antonio Oil Co % .15
1.000 Mammoth Channel G. Mln. Co. ..«a .10
1.000 Boston Tonopah Mln. Co Offer
1.000 shares Columbine Oil Co ' Bid
100 shares Jewell Oil Co ",. Cheap
3,500 shares Madison Oil Co :. Cheap
2,000 Templor Ranch Oil C 0... Cheap
1.000 shares United Oil Co Bid
1,000 Ventura Oil Dev. C 0.... .Bargain
1,000 M. K. & T. Oil Co , Offer
1,500 shares Da Bois Hub Co '.. Bid
1,000 shares Paula Oil Co. ...".. Bid
500 shares Pyramid Oil Co ....'.. Wanted
3.000 Ventura Oil Dev. Co : . Wanted
2,000 shares Liberty Oil Co ..Wanted
10 Rio Michol Rubber Co '.. Wanted
5 La Zacualpa Rubber Co Wanted
P. M. HARRIS & CO.. BROKERS,
751-753 Phelan bldg. Tel. Sntter 1125.
E. F. WAYLAND A CO.. BROKERS.
476 Monadnock building. San Francisco. Oal.
STOCKS OFFERED FOR QUICK SALE.
6,000 shares Monterey Coal Co @ $0.02
3,000 Alaska Petroleum & Coal 00...ej .18
2,000 shares Four Metals (San Jose).@ .06
1,000 Ventura Oil Development Co. ...© .09 *|
1,000 shares La Blanc Oil Co. ......... @ .27
1,000 Lady Washington Oil Co <y .14
1.000 California Pressed Brick C0....@ .20
I.OOQ shares Coallnga Crude Oil Co!..@ .13
1,000 shares Templor Ranch Oil C 0 . .. @ .20
1,000 shares Four Oil Co. @ 15
500 shares Jewel Oil Co & .25
285 Coalinga Blue Moon Oil Co. <§ .35
200 Int. Endless Chain Saw Co <& .20
100 Burllngame Tel. Typewriter (<# .45
50 shares Natomas Con, of Cal 22.00
A LAND SYNDICATE— We invite a few Invest-
ors to join a private syndicate to purchase a
beautiful tract of 2,400 acres of rich level
productive land, near Stockton, for the pur-
pose of subdividing and reselling In small
tracts; we feel confident that yoa can double
your money and possibly make a profit of 200
per cent within a year.
Amount of $2,000 and ud may be subscribed.
This is an absolutely gilt edged investment
with an assured profit and positively ny ristc.
Lose no time bnt call on our country de-
G. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 20 Montgomery st.
. X X '
OIL OIL OIL OIL OIL OIL OIL OIL OIL OIL
NOTICE TO CONSERVATIVE INVESTORS—
I have a ground floor opportunity. Will all go
his w.eek. Call at the office and get the details.
1 will guarantee this stocky to go to several
lmes what you pay for it Id a very short time.
When I make a statement of this kind I am wili-
ng to hack it up.
• GEO.' A. HERRICK. 1005 MARKET ST.
« x \u25a0*
FINANCIAL underwriters; listed and unlisted
stocks and bonds bought and sold: stocks and
oil lands bought and sold. Financial under-
writers. Free Information bureau, 1016 Broad-
way. Phones, Oak. 8671; A 1627. Open even-
ings 7 to 9 p. m. ' '. \u25a0
HAVE a fine quicksilver mine; will need $tf,ooo
to $10,000 to handle it: this Is a bis: opening;
sure and safe: everything ready to go to work;
$300,000 worth of ore blocked out. i
J. 11. EPSON. 106S Broadway. Oakland.
BONDS— SIOO and vp — BONDS — Guaranteed prin-
cipal and Interest by San Francisco real estate;
will pay better than 10 per cent Interest per
annum: investigation cordially Invited. BONDS
AND INVESTMENTS. 766 Phelaa bldg.
MAGNIFICENT opportunity to double and treble
• the earning power of your money. For full
details address by mall WM. DWINELL, 1731
Larkin St.. city. •"- \u25a0 _\u25a0
-._. s _-._..,.PJ [ JkJLANPS tA
SNAP- — -OIL LAND!
Forty acres in Midway on Gusher Stratter; need
more, money for- machinery to start drilling;
money same as loaned at interest; give con-
' trolling interest for use of same; workmen will
take stock as wages when Incorporated. In-
quire for particulars at Sl5 Mouadnoek bWsr.
OIL LANDS FOR SALE— MIDWAY, COALINGA
AND KERN RIVER DISTRICTS.
E. J. CASEY. 356 Pine st.; phone Douglas 1524.
2 OR 3 20 acre oil land locations for exchange.
What have you? . Good tailoring? Address
box 857. Call office.
\u25a0 _ MONEY TO LOAN ~~
AA— STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL loans on \u25a0 tax-
' nlture, pianos, warehouse receipts or security
of any kind; loans can be repaid in easy
weekly, \u25a0 monthly or yearly payments. We will
arrange the loan to suit you, same caa be re-
paid whenever yoa desire. We give you the
' full amount asked for; there are no advanced
\u25a0 charges of any kind. If yon owe another
broker or bills of any kind we will pay them
for you and give you more money. It is easier
to pay one than a number. -We can make yoa
better rates and \u25a0 terms than any one In , the
city. It will pay you to call and investigate.
ILLINOIS FINANCE C 0.,. formerly Illinois
Trust Co., 1516 Eddy st. half block from Fill-
more. Telephone West 6745; S 2924.
HAVE YOU permanent employment! If so.- and
8 yoa need m LOAN you can get It ta reasonable
rates, without lndorser and without any pub-
licity, from THE RICHMOND INVESTMENT
CO., 433 PHELAN BLDG.. PHONE DOUGLAS
8244. to be repaid in SMALL installments. SEE
US If yoa want money. Yoa don't have to do
business If terms are not ENTIRELY utlafac-
tory. NOTE THIS. ' - ,; _^
THIS IS OUR BUSINESS. •
"SALARY LOANS. $10: to $100. advanced -to
honest employes "without security." No ln-
dorser; no. publicity; your friends, relatives or
employer will' never know.
ALL WE WANT IS YOUR PLAIN NOTE.
GREAT NORTHERN LOAN CO.. 616 Phelan
bldg., 6th floor.-' Office opea until 6 p.m. Mon-
day and Saturday, evenings . until 8 p. m." \u25a0
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos and other se-
curity; lowest . rates; most favorable terms Is
the. city; see others, then see me and be con-
vinced; I will- save yoa money: $2.25 weekly
repays $50 loan. Phone Market 3029. GEOBGE
w; MILLER. 3009 16th St.. southwest comer
, Mission, room 35. • - :
AAA— HOUSEHOLD LOAN' COMPANY
"WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FURNITURE,
PIANOS, ETC.: $10 to $200: LOW COST: CON-
FIDENTIAL; HONEST AND SQUARE DEAL.
> CALL, WRITE OR PHONE.
357-9 PACIFIC BLDO., 4TH AND MARKET.
PHONES DOUGLAS 3265— HOME . J1741. .
Oakland Of flee — 518 First National Bank bldg.
SALARY LOANS— SALARY LOANS
?-S- "-. SALARY LOANS— SALARY LOANS '
'.'• Just on your plain note.
- No Indorser; no security; cheapest rates. Posi-
tively no one will know. ' . - . -~ .
- WESTERN LOAN - CO.. 408 Call bldg. Of flee
open, till 6 p. m. Monday and Saturday until S.
,WE LOAN MONEY- TO PEOPLE WHO HAVE
PERMANENT- EMPLOYMENT; : no - indorser;
confidential; no red,' tape .'methods; $1 week
• pays « $15 * loan. . $2 week ; pays $30 loan. . $3
week . pays - $45 loan, $4 week pays $60 loan.
Call - f and .see - ns.V THE ROYAL- INVEST-
MENT COMPANY. 750 Phelan bldg. - \u25a0 .
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without ia-
".\u25a0.- dorser. MOHBELL, > 10S2 MonaOuock - building.
m n tP.Y Tnj^OAJg--Cfwttaim>d • :
MONEY loaned salaried people, women keepias
house and others upou their own names w l^ n * •
out security: easy payments: save money Dy
trading here; of flees In 65 principal clues.
TOLMAN. Room 940. Phelan biff..' San Fran-
dsco. and Room 9. 460 13th st.. Oakland.
1 UFE INSURANCE—
Wage Earners' Investment and Loan Company,
j 443 Pine St. \u25a0
BALDWIN JEWELRY CO..
Gold and Sliver Smiths,
29-33. Kearny st.
. LOAN DEPARTMENT.
SALARY LOANS— Ladies and gentlemea wltaoat
security; notes and commercial paper bought.
313 Merchants' Ex. bids- ; phone Douglas 1411.
AAA — SALARIED men and women accommodated
without delay or publicity. Home Credit and
Investment Co.. 321 Phelaa bid?.. 3d floor.
AAA — Wasre earners, either men or women, ?aa
make a loan in strictest confidence at the Em-
ployes* Credit Co., room 424. Monadnock bid*.
BORROW money at 2 pet. on diamonds aad Jew-
elry. GARIN LOAN CO.. 1113 Market opp. 7t!».
SALARY loans; other proportions. San Fran-
cisco Discount Agency. 411 Paciflc building.
ON furniture, pianos or any security. BECKER.
Monadnock building, 681 Market st.. room 'J)7.
A— A— GOLDEN STATE LOAN OFFICE. 47 3d
St.; llbecal loans; lowest rates: strictly rel.
ON furniture and pianos; no removaL TRB-
MAIN. room 811. 833 Market, next Emporium.
MONEY TO LOAX — REAL. ESTATES
ANY amount; lowest rates on first and second
.mortgages on real estate, legacies, undivided
Interest, estates in probate: no delay. R- Mc-
COLGAN, rooms 502 and 504. Claus Spreckela
(Call) building. Market and 3d sts.
FIRST mortgage loans at Sft per cent; 2d mort-
gages, estates, legacies and undivided Interest*
at lowest rates; no delays. HERMAN MUR-
PHY. ISO Sntter st.. rooms 301-2.
$2,500. private money, to loan for 3 or 5" year*
on first mortgage. Improved city real estate.
053 Monadnock bldg.. San Francisco.
ANY amount on real estate* first or second mort-
gages, on any security; no delay; lowest rates.
O. W. BECKER. Monadnock bids- 681 Market.
A— DEAL DIRECT WITH THE LENDER.
First and second mortsases; bank Interest.
SHADBCRNE CO.. 503 Monadnock building.
$100 to $1W>.000; Ist. 2(1 mortgages: any propo-
sltion. DU RAY SMITH. 1015 Broadway. Oak.
HARVEY <& PRESTON. 127 Montgomery St., rm.
205 — Ist and 2d mortgages, any ain't.. SV» pct...^
WANTED — A loan of ?6.500. amply secured Stf
a piece of unimproved property worth at
least $12,000. located In. the finest residence
district of Oakland. Address box 4351, Call
ALL on improved realty. $500 to $40.tX'K>; 7, 3,
B per cent. DU RAY SMITH. 1015 Broad-
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS v
Julius Berenden and wife to George A. Apple
garth, lot at XW corner of Fourteenth and
Point Lobos avenues. W 100 by X 25; $10. *
Moses Levy to Eliza J. Levy, lot in "E lino
of Forty- fourth avenue. 100 N of N street.
N 50 by E 120. S 00. W 12:6, S IVO, W 25, N
100, W 82:6; $10.
Homestead realty company to John V. Bnrlos
et al.. lot 2. block L. Silver Terrace: $10.
Carl C. StanUefer to Michael A. McLanghlln.
lot ia E line of Cole street. 67:tf S of Fulton,
S 32: C by E 106:S; $10-
Marcella Burns to Thomasi Burns et aL. lot
in W line of Alabama street. 223 S of Twenty
second. S 27 by W 100: $10.
Frank A. Meyer to Caroline A. Meyer, lot In
S line of Wiiiow avenue. 03:11 W of Larkln
street, W 51:7 by S 0:1: $1.
Jacob Heyman company to V. Gambonl Maz
zltelll. lot In E line of Prospect avenue. 175
S of Ksmeralda avenue, S .'.(> by E 140; $10.
Carlo. Gentile to same, lot at NE corner of
Crescent and South aveuues, E 100 by X 30. aud
one other piece; $10.
Charles Muuter to David R. Eisenbach. lot In
E liae of Hyde street. 07:8 N of O'Farrell, N
20 by E 73: $10.
Theresa Posener to David R. Eisenbach. lot in
E line of Hyde street. »7:6 X of OFarwll. N
20 by E 73; $10.
M. F. Blanchard 'and wife to Alfred Richard
son and wife, lot In S line of Thirtieth street.
~r> W of Sanchez. W 3:6, S 64, W 21:tJ. S 61.
E 23. W 123; $10.
Alfred Richardson and wife to Martin Hanson,
Margaret Flemlns to Alfred Puccini, lot In
W line of Jones street. 68:9 X of Lombard, X
25 by W 137:6; $10.
Frederick Woerner to Henry Woerner. lot in
E line of Twenty -second avenue, I^3 S of R
street, S 50 by E 120; $10.
Crocker Estate company to Margaret J. Law
ler, lot 3Z, block E. additions to Castro street
addition and G.P. Terrace; $10.
Alfred Peter Xielsen to Sol Getz A- Sons, lot
In SW line of Persia avenue. 73 SE uf Moscow
street. SE T>o by SW 100; $10.
Rivers Brothers to Patrick H. Conway and
wife, lot 17. block 12, Lakeview; $10.
Clara A. Lea to Maurice D. Lea, lot 11, block
7. Fairmount: $10.
Potrero realty company to -Antonio Bertollno,
lot In E line of Rhode Island street. 441 S of
Twentieth. S 23 by E 10O: grant.
Augusta K. Gibbs to Mainwell realty com
pany, lot at E corner Main and Market streets,
XE 43:10 by SE loT:6: $lf>.
Rivers Brothers to Myrl Crane, lot 22. block
12. Lakeview: $10.
Bay District land company to Paul ZasM and
wife, lot at SW corner of Fifth avenue and B
street. S 23 by W 93; $10. .
Henry Ontzeit with G. W. Hansbronsb — To
erect a class C building In SW line of Jessie
street. 4S7:rt SW of Fourth. SW 62:6. SE IGO,
XE 37:6, XW 90. XE 25. XW 70: 93M3&
Henry Marquard with Hugh E. Pynn — Altera
tions and additions to three story bnildlns ffour
flats) In X line of Wallpr street, 22:6 W of
Shrader. W 25 by X 137:6; $335.
Army and Navy Orders
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
WASHINGTON. June 4. — The war de
partment has issued these orders:
Major George E. Pickett, paymaster
of the department of California, 13
granted an additional month's leave.
Leave of absence for two months, to
take effect upon arrival at San Fran
cisco, is granted to Captain M. O'Con
nor, acting judge advocate. *
Captain William H. Oury. signal
corps, is relieved from detail in that
corps, assigned to- the Third infantry
and "will proceed to San Francisco and
report to the commanding general of
the department of California for duty
pending the departure of a transport
for the Philippines.
Captain Samuel D. Rockeobach.
Twelfth cavalry, win proceed to Manila
for duty as a witness before a court
of Inquiry. . •
The following officers have been de
tailed for duty at the camp of In
struction at American lake, Washing
ton, during August: Major Charles
Farnsworth. Sixteenth infantry*. Ma
jor Edward L. Muson. medical corps:
Captains Leroy Eltlnge. Fifteenth cav
alry; William >H. Winters, Third cav
alry; James A. Woodruff, engineers;
Frank M. Caldwell. Glenn H. Davis.
Twelfth infantry; Ernest D. Scott, Fifth
neld artillery; Joseph F. Janda. First
Infantry, and James W. McAndrew,
Upon conclusion of the camp. Major
farnsworth and Captains Davis . and
Scott will proceed to the Atascadero
ranch, California, about September 15,
and report to the commanding" general
of the camp of instruction- at that place
Captain Henry H. Sheen, quartermas
ter, upon the completion of the duty
assigned him May 16. will proceed to
Alcatraz, CaV. and report to the com
mandant of the Pacific branch military
prison as quartermaster, relieving-Cap
tain Kensey J. Mapton. quartermaster,
who will proceed to San Francisco, re
porting to the commanding general of
the department of California for duty
as assistant to the chief quartermaster.-
The navy department has Issued the
Commander G. R. Slocum. when dis
charged from treaftment at the naval
hospital. Mare island, will be granted
sick leave for- one month.
Pay Director L. C. Kerr. .detached
from duty as navy pay officer at San
Francisco to await orders.
The following cable message has
been received from the commander in
chief of the Pacific fleet at Yokohama,
Commander H- P. Jones, detached
from naval station at Cavite. ordered
Lieutenant O. F. Cooper, detached
from the Asiatic torpedo fleet on the
Dale, ordered horn*. .
\u25a0 Lieutenant H. H. Michael, jdetached
from the naval " station at Cavite or
dered to Charleston. , '
Midshipman M. J. Peterson, detached
from the Dale, ordered to naval hosnital
at Canacao for -treatment. . .
Midshipman W. A. Lee, detached from
the New Orleans, ordered to the
JOBBERS PLEAD GlTll.TY— Seattle. Jrm* 4 —
Ray Cobarn. Frank McCanse. William Wilson
and iFrank Ford, yonng men who held an »
South Part car May 13 and robbed passenger*
of ' **."«X> lor money and Jewels, entered plea*
of suilty, today, and were sentenced to serT«
from 5 to 20 years each In the state peniten
tiary. The strwtcar company paid jiSa
reward to their captors. , ?1.500
• :—:: — : \u25a0 * \ .'-
tJaXr OS ' " W " ""OLATED-wni-am Ko*p D *
jrrocer. Twenty- third and York atrtJS, ?2?1
fined \u25a0 $100 by Police Jna^e Weller tm "prJ
for selltos liquor without a license. \u25a0"•*"" raa *