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BUSINESS CHANCES
, Continued —_
MILLION'S IN PROFITS
Loyal has mines and geld mill.
Now producing $50 to $100 daily.
Big co-operative OFFER FREE to greatly in
crease and multiply production. Address Engineer
McKlrahsn (Mines near Leadvlllet. Granite. Colo.
MILLIONS IN PROFIT
Loyal has mines aud good mill
Now producing $50 to $100 daily.
Big co-operative OFFER FREE to greatly in j
crease and multiply production. Address Engineer
McKlrahan (Mines near Leadvlllei. Granite. Colo, j
AN opportunity seldom presented In the sale of a ,
Satunlflv Evening Post and Ladles' Home Jour i
nal route in one of the best Interior cities In ,
-nte. For particulars inquire 1014 Phelan j
building. i ;
FOB sale—Moving picture house. 1.400 opera
chairs; lon- lease: fully equipped in tm*tf re
t; will guarantee over 9400 a month net
profit will give trial and full Investigation:
-•'of sole, ill health. Box 02S. Call office.
FOB sale -Half partnership in an ohi established
and good paving real estate FIRM; cleared
$2.«o'i in five months: stand full Investigation;
hank reference; no agents. Box 638. Call.
UK opportiinitr of a lifetime has come to the
one who will invest $10,000: failure ai an asso
,i;ite opens the door to yon; no risk: _best ref
erence-: must be qnii-k aetlon. Boy 7"2. Pill.
DAVIS BROS. — . A. Simons, manager.
Wide awake business brokers.
403-408 Bacific bldg.. cor. Market and 4th sts.
Phones Douglas 1538, CUM?.
37 LOOM HOTJSE —Real $H»o; lease: clears
Sl<mi month; price only $1,200; part cash, bal
ance easy terms. DAVIS. 403 Pacific bldg.
SPLENDID investment; $6,000 will buy moving
picture bouse: clears $450 month guaranteed:
h.'-t location in the residential district: open
for full investigation; will give trial; $3,000
nfw organ: and tbe building is included In tbe
ground lease. Box 976. Call office.
EIGHT men or women wauted: wages $7,500 per
\<;ir; nionev every day: one person $250 per
week. Apply to HALPRI'NER MEDICAL
MFG. CO., opp S. P. R. R- station. Elmhurst.
Oakland.
$.",,;.oO—Grocery; invoices $4.00O: living rooms In
t«-av; on 2 car lines: all clean sto'-k: Al fix
tures: owner needs money. H. G. WILLIAMS,
1248 13th ay., Oakland.
74 ROOM APARTMENT HOUSE— Clearing
1300 month; rent only $:t.2"> per room per month;
prior $3,500- one-half cash, balance easy terms.
DAVIS PROS.. KM Paiitic bldg.
MOVING PICTURE house, with no opposi
tion: low lons lease: $1,100. parr ex**;
nlcelv fitted up. DAT!ft. *B8 Paette bide.
STRICTLY temperate young men with f2so> to
Join experienced man ss eijpal partner opening
photographic studio. Boy 9«2. CaJI office.
FOR sale—Fine up to ilnte first class candy
store, equipped with candy manufactory. Ap
ple boa WW. Call office.
GROCERY end fruit store for sale at invoice;
l.ionis in re#r; b»xh] place for man and wife.
BOX 704. i all.
GOOD paying corner saloon, fu'ly equipped. In
cluding electric piano; price $2,500. Box 885,
st. Helena, C_l.
BTH ay., C.S7-!» nr. B st. —Modern store. 2Sx2B,
suitable for fruit store or butcher shop; rent
reasonable.
FOB sale-A cn"il newspaper route iv Oakland.
circulation department X.-mi Francisco Call.
Gi>oii opportunity to purchase fancy collie pups,
U| V«eka old, »t 2431 Fillmore st.
PRINTING plant. '1 jotter*, cutter, en binds,
.-ti'ii". type, etc.: ea-y terms. Box 077. Call,
LACKO —Cleanses gas ranges. BB—fcea hygienic
dusters. S.TS Market. Exc. dist. agent wasted.
WANT party with 3300 cash and services. \\ "1
pay hi.' returns. Investigate. R"\ 083
ink" snlc—Half intirest in a paying transfer
business. 583 S. sth St.. San Jose.
BUTCHER business for sale. STOLZ, UJ77
Elaigbt st. near Masonic ay.
GOOD blacksmith business for sale. Cali or ad
ss 1217 Center st.. Oakland.
T.MLi'R shop, complete; only $50 cash. Hfil
O'rnrrcl! >t.
* .— ■
LOR .-'ALL — Normandie hotel bar. 1460 Sutter
street.
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE
A GOOD BUY
16 rooms, single and luMWeiMpilH. good lease,
cheap rent: must sell t*is week: terms if de-
Call between 2 aud 3 p. in.
only. tibl McAllister st.
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE
OVKLAND
ROOMING home. with one store: 7 housekeeping
and 4 single rooms; full of roomers; snap. SSO
i Tta st.. Oakland.
I . .', " '■'
INVESTMENTS |
NATIONAL WIRELESS T. ft I": _' X -
Realty 6 shares Oakland Hotei pre.:
Central Cons. Mine; Paulsen Wireless anil
Morgan A"be»tos M. ft Mfg. Co.
H. A. RoF.NITZ.
Successor to
P. M. HARRIS _ < 0..
Stocks and Bonds. Unlisted Securities.
7"il .">.'. Phelan Rldg. San Irinclsco.
Companies incorporated and promoted
Entire stock Issues bought and sold
Legally organized ender laws of all states
Bl TTNKK ft CO., TOB CHRONICLE BUILDING
Corporation attorneys and financial agents
established 1902, Hank and commercial references
CHESTER R~ ELLIS ft CO..
STOCK AM) BUND BROKERS.
•"14 Market st.. Opposite Call building.
1 aryest dealers in exdasrVely unlisted seenri-
PS mi the Pacini- coast. Kstablished 1890.
AUK you Interested in mining, oil, industrial,
banking or railroad stocks? What have you?
I - latest Information address A. J. MOORE,
Hio-nii block Oakland. Cal.
•*•
WILL sell my 100 shares capital stock Calif.
State Life Ins. Co. at $21 per share. Address
W. G. EADER, Monterey. Cal.
I or i-aic. b sj-c or bond—One or more group of
mines, situated in Tuscarora mining district.
I'.lko county. Nev. Nearly all of these mines
are now self-sustaining, if not dividend pay
* ing if worked. For further particulars apply
to tho agent, room 30. Hotel Tobln. oth st.
For sa'o -Hydraulic gold mining proposition
near Kern river: 40 acres paying placer: 10
miles ditches; valuable water rights: price
$I..VX>. Address G. HEUSCHKEL. Anaheim.
Cal., box :ii, r. .-,.
MONE Y^TOJLOAN^
tAA—ir YOU NEED MONEY QUICK
"NO PUBLICITY."
WK NEVER DISAPPOINT.
Private offices for every one. Confidential
nana any amount from $10 to $100, quickly and
plietly made on jour own signature if you' have
Hmsebold goods, piano or warehouse "receipts;
• vnrifr remains in jour possession alwa\s. No
nqolrles, references or indorsement required, and
•nr rate- are so much less—wis pay more: Get
ill your bills in one place aud ha\e but one pa.\
lent each week or month, as suits your co_
enience. All the time you want and a most lib
ra! discount If paid before cnie. Additional time
granted in ease of sickness. Private loans io
on th'-ir own signatures. Cali. write or
.hone GERMAN AMERICAN LOAN CO.. 701-2
■"acific building. 4th and Market -ts. ; garter
r?»i)0. Oakland office. 220 First National Bank
niihling: phones Oakland 2017. ASMS. To get
pedal rates bring this advertisement.
lAA—HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY
WILL LOAN YOr MONEY ON FTRNITf'RE
PIANOS, ETC.: $T0 to $200: LOW COST: CO\
-1 IDENTIAL: HONEST AND SQUARE DEM.
CALL OR WRITE OR PHONE.
367-t PACIFIC 1U.1m;.. 4TB ANI> MARKET
PHONE DOI'GLAS 8383.
Oakland office. 518 First National Bank bldg.
,AA—SALARY LOANS—SALARY LOANS.
New system. Lowest rates.
/ans made for cue. two. three or six months.
Your friends or employer never know.
SEABOARD LOAN CO..
WA Chronicle lldg. Office open 8 s. m. to 0
p. in.: Monday and Saturday until S p. tn.
iKiNKV loaned op furniture, pianos and other
security; lowest rates; most favorable terms iii
;his elty; see others, then s<-,. me and be con
vinced: will *aye yon money.- $2.2."> weekly pays
$.-»() loan Phone Market 8029. GEORGE W
MILLER. 8008 10; li st. southwest corner Mis
sion, room 35.
,—TItEMAIN, with absolute privacy, any amount
at .'t per cent oa furniture, pianos, etc., without
r< moval. payable In installments or straight
loans, at lowest rates: cash, payment reducing
Interest; bo.commissions. 83a Market st. next
Emporium, room Ml: phone Doueias 24<i."j.
.OANS to SALARIED persons, wage earners,
teachers, city employes and OTHERS with
FIXED incomes: rates reasonable; payments
easy: also OTHER propositions. 4.13 Phelan
building: phone Douglas 3244.
BALDWIN JEWELRY COMPANY.
Gold ami Silver Smiths,
214-33 Kearny s«.
LOAN DEPARTMENT.
lONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE and oth
era upon their own names: cheap rates: easy
paymeots: confidential. D. 11. TOLMAN. fob
Phelan bldg.. and room «. 4nn i:;th st.. Oakland.
IASII advanced on salaries; no security; lowest
r;tt's 313 Merchants' Exchange building; phone
I'ouglss 1411 and 008 Call building, pbone Sut
ter 2337.
>10 to $100 advanced on your s;;lary; our rates
are the cheapest In the city: don't fall to see
us. UNION CREDIT CO.. 360 Phelan bldg.
IAA —Wage earners, either men or women can
make a loan In strictest confidence at the Em
ployes' Credit to. room 424 Monadnock bldg.
i A A—SALARIED men and women accommodated
without delay or publicity. Home Credit and
liivebteicut Co., l;_1 I'hciau bids., third floor.
MONEY TO LOAN
Continned _.^-^.-.,-.-.
MONEY advanced salaried people permanently
employed; low rate: casv terms: confidential.
D D. DRAKE 201 Meekmiles' bldg.. 048 Mk,.
GOI.DEN GATE Loan Office. 110 Kearny St.—
Low rates on jewelry. W. 3. HESTHAL. _
SALARIED LOANS; other propositions. San Fran
«isco lli-eount Agency. 411 Pacific building.
CASH loaned to salaried men oti note without in
dorsee MORRELL. 1003 Monadnock- bldg.
MONEY TOLOAN--Real Estate
AAAA—WiII loan any amount at lowest interest
on first, second and third mortgages; estates
in probate, undivided interest: deal directly
with lender: no delay. R. MoCOLGAN. 808
-504 Cull bldg., corner Third and Market: phone
Douglas 2535. The oldest established and lead
ing financial agency on the Paiitic coast.
DIRECT MONET.
NO COMMISSION CHARGED.
BANK INTEREST—Ist and 2d MORTGAGES.
IX>AN 20 per cent more than BANKS.
SHADBI'RNE CO., 715 Monadnock building.
ANY amount on real estate, first or second mort
gages; no delay; very lowest rates; if your
property is mortgaged and you need more
-' money,"see its immediately. O. W. BECKER.
Monadnock bldg.. 681 Market: tel. Douglas 2150.
IF yon want to borrow money on mortgages, city
of couutrv. talk it over with us. We will lend
yon nionev to build on your lot. EDWARDS.
BREWSTER ft CLOVER. Mills building.
MONEY to loan on Oakland. Berkeley, Alameda
and Frnitvale real estate nt S and 7 per cent.
GEO. W. AUSTIN, 1212 Broadway. Oakland.
| $200 to $5,000. Ist and 2d mtgs.. real estate and
furniture: no agts.; direct from KREDO, 702
Market st
. v -~>
ONE per cent interest paid monthly on sums of
$100 to $1,000 on security better than a bank.
We carry all the high class of stocks, bonds,
mortgages and investment securities.
BCTTNER & CO., 709 CHRONICLE BLDG.
$15,000: 1 or 2 years: Al security; 500 acres Im
proved ranch, all under cultivation: will pay
liberal interest.
THOMAS GILBERT.
214 Cnion Savings Bank bldg.. Oakland.
FIRST mortgage loan of $8,000 at 6 per cent
for 5 years on improved property, value $13.
-000. Box 80S, Cull ofliea.
WANTED—42,OOO on real estate security for 90
• lays; wiil pay $200 for use of money. Box
770. Call office.
E 3A E^N^^ F Ji^h~~
THE following children, all half orphans, were
admitted to tbe San Francisco Nursery for
Homeless Children during the last quarter:
Emma Nieberg. 8 years 10 months; George
Nieberg, 6 years 7 months: Mary Nieberg, 5
years 3 months; Mary Lynch, John Lynch:
Emmajene Brown. 1 year 3 months; Orto
Strobewier. l year; Joseph Schwartz, 2 years;
Hans Schwartz. 1 year; Sophie Newton. 5
years. 3 months; Elsie Newton, 3 years 5
months.
PROPOSAL SAND BIDS
PROPOSALS will be received at the Bureau of
Supplies and Accounts, Navy Department. Wash
ington. D. C- until 10 o'clock a. ni., October 29,
I!U2, and publicly opened immediately there
after, to furnish at the navy yard. Mare Island,
Cal.. a quantity Of baking powder and pepper. |
Applications for proposals should refer to Beted- i
trie 4577. Blank proposals will be furnished upon I
application to the navy pay office. San Francisco, I
Cal.. or to the Bureau. T. J. COWIE, Paymas.
ter-General. I". S. N. 10-7-12.
BIPS wanted for grading and sewering of Caro
lina st. bet. 20th and 22d sts.: meet Wednesday
nisrht. CAROLINA ST. IMPROVEMENT CLL'B;
Secretary. J. 9 . Leidecker. 844 Carolina st.
jREFERENCE GUIDE!
|0F WHOLESALE FIRMS:
\GRICTJLTrRAL IMPI-RMKNTS
JOHN DEERE FLOW CO.. 651 Brannan.
AUTOMOBILE TRICKS
STANDARD MOTOR CAR CO. (Federal), Van
Ness and Golden Gate ays.
AlTO BALES CO. lAlcot 4; Veiled 311 G.G. a-.
RELIANCE AUTOMOBILE CO. (Knox), 342 Van
Ness ay.
BOTTLES AND BOTTLE SU~PUBS
R. ROSENBERG & SONS CO.. Townsend and 7th
CALIFORNIA WINES
NAPA ft SONOMA WINE CO.. 52 Beale.
CAN D V >I ANDY A CT C HKRS
!P. A MONA CANDY CO.—Factory, W. Berkeley;
sales department. 247 Front at.. S. F.
I CHILDREN'S HEADWEAU — FLAN
NELETTE GOWNS
E. FRIEDLANDER ft SONS. 38 Sansome.
DISTILLATE ENGINEERS' PUMPING
MACHINERY
NORMAN B. MILLER. 503 Market.
FISH —SALT. SMOKED. PICKLED
ATLANTIC FISH CO.. 203 Davis.
FRI IT AND PRODUCE
YON HCSEN ft CO.. Washington and Davis.
FRUIT BASKETS—VENEER BARRELS
WESTON BASKET ft BARREL CO.. 2d ft Fedrl.
FRUIT—CAR LOT SHIPPER
SAMUEL H. WESTFALL. Pacific and Eaat.
GRAIN, BEANS, POTATOES
M. 3. O'REILLY. 310 Clay.
.lUNK. RAGS. RUBBER AND IRON
CHARLES HaRLEY CO., C5O Seventh.
LUMBER—HARDWOOD PANELS, ETC.
WHITE BBOTHERS. Fifth and Brannan.
MACARONI. VERMICELLI. ETC.
PIEDMONT & NEAPOLITAN PASTE CO.. 427
Drrnnm,
MACHINE SHOP GARAGE SUPPLIES
TABER-BIGLOW. Inc.. 241 Mission.
MEN'S NECKWEAR MFG.
J. M. COHEN ft CO.. 15-17 Battery.
MIRRORS—GLASS BEVELING WKS.
A. GALET. 1121 Mission.
PAINTS, OILS. GLASS
WORDEN-MEEKER VARNISH CO.. 341 Clay.
POTATOES, ONIONS AND BEANS
LOUIS ZEISS ft SONS. Dnimm and Clay.
SUIT CASE MANUFACTURERS
BALKAN TRUNK ft SUITCASE C 0..70 W.Mtssn.
TANNERS' AND CURRIERS' MAC_IIN
ERV AND TOOLS
PAGE ft MORRISON. 431 Battery at.
VARNISH MANUFACTURERS
MOLI.ER ft SCHUMANN CO.. 1022 1024 Mission.
VINEGAR. PICKLES. CATSUP. FTC.
PACIFIC VINEGAR ft PICKLE WKS.. 204 Sacto
SHIPPING NEWS OF COAST
EUREKA. Oct. 13.—After having remained
outside the bar all night in a fog, the steamer F.
A. Kilburn. with freight, mail and passengers
from San Francisco, entered port a-ortly before
[noon today. Captain McLellan having taken ad
; vantage of a rift to make the crossing. The Ktl
i tinrn will depart tomorrow morning on the return
(trip to San Francisco.
Steamer Point Arena arrived early this morning
from San Francisco and proceeded to the Fields
Landing wharf for a cargo of tanbark.
- Steamer Bow& in from San Pedro, entered port
early this afternoon and docked at the Little
Bhrer Lumber company's wharf, where a cargo
of redwood lumber is to be loaded.
M;i!l and papers arrived from San Francisco
late this afternoon on the steamer Despatch,
which will load lumber for the return trip.
Steamers Prentiss and Phoenix departed this
morning for San Francisco" with lumber cargoes.
Steamer W. H. Murphy also crossed out with a
lumber cargo, destined for S:m Pedro.
with a cargo of redwood tic* for Honolulu, H.
1.. American schooner A. V. Coats departed just
before noon today. British steamer Frankhy,
with lumber for Sydney and Newcastle. Austra
lia, also departed.
Steamer Lakme arrived from San Francisco
tbtc noralng and will load lumber aud shingles at
Areata.
SAN PEDRO. 0.-t. i:;.~-The Pacific Coast corn
pany's steamer Queen arrived this morning from
San Diego, and after taking passengers and addi
tional carjto proceeded for San Francisco via
Santa Barbara.
steamer Norwood discharged 850.008 fcrf of
lmnbir for consignees here and at San Diego
anil Cleared for Grays Harbor to reload taking
passengers and freight for the West Coast Steam
ship company at San F"ranciaco.
After discharging a cargo of oil for the Union
Oil company at Terminal, the steamer Argyll
proceeded for Seattle with a cargo of gasoline.
The- Pacific Navigation company's steamer Yale
arrived this afternoon from San Diego, and after
taking passengers and additional cargo proceeded
for San Fran
Steamer Harvard arrived this morning from
San Francisco with a large passenger and freight
list.
After having discharged 1.200.000 feet of lum
!>er for tlie Southern California Lumber company,
the steamer Navajo < tesred f.,r Kedondo Beach
to discharge 400.000 additional feet, thence for
Grays Harbor \ ia San Francisco to reload.
'ii:. Independent company's steamer Hanalei
arrived this morning from San Francisco with 48
passengers and 378 tons of miscellaneous freight
and merchandise for tbe Crescent Wharf and
Warehouse company, and cleared on the return
trip tonight.
Steamer Olympic is out two days from Kalama
carrying STiO.OOO feet of lumber consigned to the
E. K. Wood Lumber company.
Steamer Bee discharged 700,000 feet of lnmber
for the Consolidated Lumber company at Wil
mincion and cleared for Coos Bay in ballast to
load a return cargo for the same company.
Steamer Raymond arrived this morning five
from Willapa Harbor, carrying 700,000 feet
I* consigned to the Southern California
t company) and others.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1912.
POOR OLD EAGLE
IS ALL SHOT UP
Seventy*four Rifles Disintegrate
Luckless Bird; Helms Gets
Crown for Last Pop
OAKLAND, Oct. 13. —J. Fred Helms
was the star of the annual king shoot
of the Hunnoverancr verein held at
j Shell Mound park today, and as a re
sult of his prowess with the rifle he
will rule over the verein for the next
12 months.
Helms shot down the last part of a
wooden eagle at which 74 marksmen
had been aiming; for six hours. John
M. Foege got the crown and head. W.
C. Morekin the scepter and right talon,
Chris Bredschoff the apple, D. Schroe
der the ring, Henry M*lsner the neck,
H. Hencke the left talon, H. Sturke the
right wing, E. Hopf the left wing and
H. Ranke the tail.
The king shoot was the feature of
the annual picnic of the verein. Fol
lowing are the results of the other
shoots held at Shell Mound yesterday
and the standing of the shooters in the
Shell Mound club's bullseye events:
Irish volunteers, Company A. rifle shoot —Ser-
geant P. O'Reilly 38. Lieutenant J. F. Waters
85, Captain Thomas McNaboe 37, F. Dougan 41,
Lieutenant T. L. Mahoney 30, M. O'Neill 20, 3.
F. MeArdle 26, W. J. Hudson 32. F. Cronin 20,
S. Cotter 20. John McCarty 28, Sergeant J.
Clarke 25, J. A. Foley 22, John Ryan 24.
Golden Gate Rifle and Pistol club rifle scores—
B. Jonas, 214, 224; Dr. S. B. Lyon. 173. I<>4.
178. 175, 179; C. W. Seeley. 307, 204. 208. 209;
Charles Barber, 102, 146, 117: J. Williams, 222;
M. W. Housner. 221, 215, 210; F. Klatsl. 16«,
188, 184; H. Enge. 104, 216; K. O. Kindgren.
214; O. A. Bremer, 229, 220; C. A. Pattberg.
223; C. W. Under. 218, 215, 210; E. N. Moor,
221. _. _„
Pistol and revolver scores—C. T. Slsson <1. io,
68. 68. 74, 68; W. F. Blasse. 91, 93, 03; George
Armstrong, 95. 05. 94. 96. 97; C. W. Llnder. 92,
:\6. 92; C. W. Randall. 93. 96. 96. 94. 98: W. C. i
Pilchard 90, 93. 89. 91. 92. 88, 91: J. E. Gor- j
nun 95. 96, 98, 94. 95, 97. 96; R. N. Jones. 80,
79, 80.
Gecmanla Schuetren club medal shoot: Expert
class—O. A. Bremer 224: W. F. Blasse. 223,
216: B. Jonas, 213. Champion class— G. A. Patt
berg, 225: L. Bendel, 223, 213; Captain J. E.
Klein, 205, 202: E. Hoffmann. 201. 197. First
class—D. A. Uuntemann. 215, 214. Second
class—F. Klatsl, 179. 145; G. A. Gunther, 173.
Norddeutseher Schuetzen club, medal shoot:
—Xpert class—D. Scbwormsfede. 213. 211: O.
Lemcke, 195, 176. Champion class—H. Born
holdt. 199. 195. First class —H. Intemann. 208.
193: C Oldag, 177. 159: J. Lankemau. 177; H.
Luneberg. 182. Second class—E. H. Stehn. 201,
197; P. F. Rathjens, 190, 173. Third class—G.
SchulU, 153.
San Francisco Turner scbuetzen, ring shoot—F.
Acker. 118. 173; M. Nagle. 133, 154; F. J. Klatsl,
100. 130: L. Lang, 179, 192: A. Huntemann. 137.
163; Lieutenant A. Furth. 208. 185: D. Davidson.
171: Captain J. Straub. 157: H. Enge. 186. 203;
C. Sagehoru 113. 141; C. Abraham. 197, 166; O.
Burmelster. ISO. 169. '
Independent rifles, medal shoot—H. Williams
45, W. Healey 27, J. Siebe 32. J. H. Kuhlke 48,
H. Luusman 23. E. E. Currle 18. Corporal H.
Pape 55. H.. Relnhardt 54. E. P. Goteh 26. F.
Mc\er 17. J. H. Eichner 34. J. E. Moore 38, O.
Vosbrlnk 21, H. Marsolf 54, C. J. Doehring 58, C.
Iwrson 03.
Shell Mound Pistol and Rifle club, regular
hullseve shoot—J. Phillips 11. I~ Delavergne 24,
L. S. Hawkhurst 29. F. P. Toulter 37.
Special bullseye shoot—W. H. Christie 55U.
C. Ottcn 66. K. O. Kindgren 92, C. M. Kraul 93,
F. J. Povey 98.
HEAD OF BOURBON TICKET
ENJOYS REAL REST DAY
Governor Wilson Denies Himself
to All Callers
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
PRINCETON, N. J., Oct. 13.—For the
first time in nearly two weeks. Gov
ernor Wilson got some real rest today,
and he made the most of it, denying
himself to ail callers.
Following his usual Sunday custom,
he declined to discuss politics today,
and hacL nothing to say about Colonel
Roosevelt's attack on trust views last
night. In all probability he will an
swer the colonel in his speech Wednes
day in West Virginia.
Governor Wilson will go to Trenton
Tuesday to find out what has happened
to the affairs of the people of New Jer
sey since his tour of the west.
FIGHTER BITTEN BY FOE;
EXPIRES FROM RABIES
Death Follows Two Weeks After
Wound Is Inflicted
STANFORD, Ky., Oct. 13.—Edward
Elarn, aged 21 years, a farmer, is dead
here from the effects of rabies, which
developed a few days after he was
bitten by a negro farm hand in a fight
two weeks ago.
AUTO LICENSES ARE
ISSUED FOR STATE
SACRAMENTO. Oct. 12.—The follow
ing are the automobile registrations
to October 12, 1912:
84707 —George E. Samuels, 901 Union Savings
Bank building. Oakland; Rambler.
84708— J. \V. Davis 1631 Allston way, Berkeley;
Maxwell.
84709—Baker & Hamilton. 431 Brannan street,
San Francisco; White truck.
84710— C. E. Neade. Coalinga, Fresno county;
Ford.
54711 —A. G. May. Inc.. Coalinga, Fresno county;
Brennan truck.
S47l2—D. S. Lamar, 1123 Fourth street. San
Diego; Ford.
84713 —Charles Schnauer. Santa Clara: Franklin.
84714—John Vernon, Holts, San Joaquin county;
Buick.
54715— Ilenrv J. Jacobson, R. F. D. No. 4. box
26. Modesto; Ford.
84716—Gottfried Benzler, Sanger. Fresno county;
Studebaker.
84717—Chester E. Fisher, Coyote. Santa Clara
county; American.
8471S —Maggie V,. McMullen, postoffiee box 661,
Riverside: Brush.
54719 —C. F:. C'ongdon. Jamestown, Tuolumne
county: Reo
§4720—Christina E. McKay. 328 West J street,
Benicia; Marion.
84721— Henry E. F:pp. Reedley: Yale.
84722— ti. H. Longfellow, 1515 San Pasquale,
Pasadena: Ford.
84723—William R. Russell. 12 South Davis street,
Santa Rosa: Ford.
$4724 —M. J. Gates. 118 Pacific avenue. Santa
Cruz; Studebaker
-84785 — Andrew Gordan. Pacific Grove; Buick.
84726—Pajaro Valley Steam Laundry company,
Watsonvllle: Studebaker.
84727— E. O. Franklin. Fort Bidwell, Modoc coun
ty; Dorris.
84728— F. H. Holmes. Bcllcvue hotel, San Fran
cisco; Overland.
«4729—Mrs. A. P. May, 17 Union street, Santa
Cruz: Buick.
517.10— R. W. Wiese. Davis: Chalmers.
X47.11—M. M. Nunis. I.emoore: no make.
54732—C. A. Nelson. Bryn Mawr. San Bernar
dino county: Ford.
547,1.1 —(;. if. fjowland. 851 High avenue. Red
lands: Ford.
84734—f:. H. Burns, 848 East State street, Red
lands; Ford.
84735 —P. Reese Perkins. 042 Spreckela building,
San Diego; Ford.
54736— 1.. G. Gale. R. F. D. No. 2, box 109 L,
San Diego; Ford.
84737—D. j. Oaks, Paskenta, Tehama couuty;
Studebaker.
84738—George F. Edmunds. 841 South Orange
grove. Pasadena: Cutting.
84739— F. J. Merriam. St. Helena, Napa county;
Reo.
84740—Warren T. Nickcrson, 948 Stevenson ave
nue, Pasadena: Ford.
S474l—M. M. Berg, Turlock, Stanislaus county;
Reo.
S4742—Mark Lang, Taft, Keru county; Hupmo
bile.
84743—A. C. Lesner. Fowler: Elmore.
84744 —Friend & Terry Lumber company. 1220
Becond street, Bacrameuto: Kissel truck.
Sl743—Anderson & Donahue. 837 Willow street,
Oakland: Chalmers.
84746— J. E. Gore. Lodi; Ford.
84747—Alfred C. Felseh. Butte City; Ford.
84748—George E. Waddell. Exeter, Tulare coun
ty; Hupmobile.
84749—General Electric company. Rialto build
ing. San Francisco; Cadillac.
84759— Pacific Gas and Electric company. 445 Sut
ter street. San Francisco: Packard truck:
84751 —Mrs. Ixuiis Slows San F'ranclsco; Peerless.
£4752— F. L. Murphy. -52S Clay street, Sau Fran
cisco: Pierce-Arrow.
84753— G. N. O'Brien. American National bank,
San Francisco: Woods electric.
84754 —Mrs. J. C Raiss. 1829 Clay street, San
Francisco: Simplex.
S47ss—William J. Nixon. 1052 Noe street, San
F'raucisco; Oakland.
84750 —M. J Llneban, 733 Dolores street, San
Francisco; Stoddard-Dayion.
54757 —Robert Dunn, Ramona and Montecito
streets, Oakland; Haynes.
84758— G. R. Chambers. 171 Santa Rosa street,
Oakland; Haynes.
84759—A. W. Klrkland. Sunset grocery. Oakland;
Rambler.
S47GO—B. It. Mcßride. 1515 Flighty-eighth aye-
I iiuc, Oakland; Studebaker.
OAKLAND, ALAMEDA, BERKELEY
PANTAGES BUILDING •
IS VISITED BY FIRE
Auto Hose Wagon Hits and
Damages an Engine
OAKLAND, Oct. 13. — Fire in the
tailoring establishment of E. Nicolini.
on the second floor of the Pantages
building. Twelfth and Franklin streets,
presumably caused by a hot electric
iron, caused damage to the amount of
$500 at 2 ©"clock this morning. The j
fire was confined to a suite of three j
rooms and the adjoining theater au
ditorium was not threatened. the
building being a fireproof structure.
The alarm was turned in by mem
bers of the Gayoso club, which has
headquarters on the floor, and the fire
department experienced no difficulty in
extinguishing the flames. Some of the
club furnishings were damaged by the
water. The club recently was fitted up
at a cost of $6,000.
One of the automobile hose wagons
skidded on the wet pavement at
Twelfth street and Broadway and
crashed Into engine No. 2. Mike Quig
ley, driver of the engine, was hurled
to the pavement, escaping with a slight
cut over the right eye and bruises, for
which he was treated at the receiv
ing hospital.
The engine was badly crippled, but
not beyond repair, and the hose wagon
also was damaged.
AMENDMENT OPPOSED
BY FORMER GAMBLER
Harry Brolaski Speaks Against
Racetrack Measure
OAKLAND, Oct. 13.—"Any one who
wants to bet on a horse race in the
present state of the crookedness of the
business ought to be locked up. There's
something the matter with his mind."
This statement was made this even
ing by Harry Brolaski. former race
track gambler, who spoke at the First
Presbyterian church against the pro
posed amendment which would again
legalize racetrack gambling. Brolaski
gave an expose of the business and said
that 98 per cent of all races were
"crooked."
Superior Judge Everett J. Brown
also spoke against the amendment. He
said that for many years the state
legalized racetrack* gambling by re
maining silent.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOR
PULLMAN AND STEGE
Richmond Will Give New Build
ing to Annexed District
RIOHMOND, Oct. 13.—An available
site for a new grammar school building
in the annexed district of Pullman and
Stege is being sought by the members
of the Richmond school board. Pro
vision for the purchase of such a site
was made In the bond issue for $160,000
voted six months ago for the erection
of two new grammar school buildings
in the main section of the city. These
are now nearing completion, and while
the board had only planned the pur
chase of a site for another building
in the new section for the present, a
big increase in children of a school age
there will make the Immediate con
struction of such a building necessary.
To do this another bond issue will be
necessary.
MAN ACCUSED OF FIRING
AT HIS FATHER IN LAW
OAKLAND, Oct. 13. —Charles Barntim,
charged by his father In law, Frank
Young. 1050 Fifty-third street, with
firing two shots from a revolver at him
during a quarrel over Mrs. Barnum, was
arrested this morning by Inspector
William Quigley and Patrolman Gillem
at his home. 1223 Fifty-fifth street, and
will be held at the city prison pending
an investigation. Young said that Bar
num had treated his wife cruelly during
their seven years of married life. Bar
num denies having fired a revolver at
his father In law.
VALUABLES STOLEN — Jewelry and money
valued at $.*ioo was etolen from the home of
O. O. O'Brien of 64 Baker street Saturday
nlgbt while the family was at dinner. The
thief entered the house by means of a pass
key to the front door.
CRUISER MARYLAND SAILS SOUTH—Seattle.
Oct. IS.—The armored cruiser Maryland sailed
from tbe Puget sound navy yard today for
Nicaragua, via San Franclaco and Acapulco,
Mexico.
rail and ocean
Another Way to Go
Take "Sunset Express"—
From San Francisco, Third and Townsend Sts., 4
p. m.; via Coast Line, through Southern California,
Arizona, Texas and Louisiana to New Orleans.
Electric lighted. Observation —Library—Clubroom
Car. Dining Car meals ala carte.
You See the South—
and can stop off, if you wish, at Los Angeles, El
Paso, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans or other
points.
The Ocean Trip—"
Five delightful days, New Orleans to New York, on
Gulf and Ocean, by Southern Pacific—Atlantic S. S.
Lines. Steamers and service excellent throughout.
Promenade decks. Staterooms, single or en suite,
with parlor and bath.
Rates Same as All-Rail, but include Berth and Meals
on Steamer.
IST CLASS 2D CLASS IST CLASS IST CLASS 11. T.
ONE WAY «NE WAV BOUND TRIP CERTAIN DATES
TO OCT. SI
$77.75 $65.75 $145.50 $108.50
SOUTHERN PACIFIC
SAN FRANCISCO: Flood Bid*., Palace Hotel. Fen? Station, Phone Kearny 8180.
Third and Tewnaend Sts., Phone Kearny 180. 33 Powell St., Phone Batter 880.
OAKLAND: Broadway and 13th, Phoae Oakland 162. 16th St. Station. Phone
"Oak 1458.
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HEART TROUBLE IS
FATAL TO FAVOR
Former Town Trustee Succumbs
to Illness at His Berke
ley Home
BERKELEY, Oct. 13.— E. L. Favor,
former town trustee of Berkeley, died
late last night at his home, 1835 Prince
street, of neuralgia of the heart. Favor
was taken ill Thursday irf his San
Francisco office. He was 47 years of
age and is survived by his wife, Eva,
and a daughter, Mrs. Vivian E. Miller
of Berkeley.
Favor was'engaged in the insurance
business in San Francisco, but was well
known in Berkeley because of the
prominent part he took in civic affairs.
He was town trustee of Berkeley for
several years and was a member and
trustee of the Berkeley lodge of Elks.
The funeral will be held Tuesday
afternoon at t o'clock from the family
residence.
STUDENTS' PEACE DEBATE
TO BE HELD AT SCHOOL
Annual Prize Discussion Set for
November 15
BERKELEY, Oct. 13.—The audito
rium of the Berkeley hifh school has
been secured for the annual peace prize
discussion of the University of Califor
nia the evening of November 15. Pre
liminary tryouts for the discussion are
being arranged.
Four students of the university will
be chosen from these tryouts to con
test for the prize of $50, awarded by
the Northern California Peace society.
Each speaker will discuss some aspect
of international peace.
This is the fourth annual discussion
of the kind. Winners of the prize in
past years were: 1909 Marshall Daw
son '12; 1910. John J. Miller '13; 1111,
Aubrey W. Drury '14. These students
are not eligible to compete again, but
all other persons enrolled at the uni
versity may enter the contest.
STOCKTON LODGE GUESTS
OF RICHMOND PYTHIANS
Visitors Conduct Class Initia-
tion; Big Banquet Held
RICHMOND. Oct. 13.—More than 100
members of Stockton lodge. Knights of
Pythias, including the crack drill team,
were the guests last evening of Rich
mond lodge at a big class initiation In
Fraternal hall. Following the degree
conducted by the members of the visit
ing drill team a big banquet was held,
with C. M. Cook acting as toastmaster.
Those initiated were: J. L. Shaw, C.
T. Crooks, N. C. Madison, H. S. Peixotto,
Fritz Carfleld. B. B. Dunn, A. L. Brown
ing, J. J. Fulton, Daniel Mulcahy. P. K.
Boyer, Frank Palmer and J. A. de Bar
rows.
The reception committee of the local
lodge was composed of H. Bly, S; E.
Phllbrook, J. A. Gregory, Clyde Cook
and William Fettis.
MISSIONARY TO LECTURE
ON AFFAIRS IN CHINA
ALAMEDA, Oct. 13.—Rev. P. Joseph
Goesters, D. D., a member of the Fran
ciscan order who arrived recently
from China, where he was engaged in.
missionary work for a number of years,
will deliver an address in Moose hall
Thursday evening under the auspices
of Alameda council. Knights of Colum
bus. The address will be given after
the business session of the council and
will be open to men. The speaker's
subject will be "The Present Situation
in China, Political and Otherwise."
NEGROES HELD FOB THEFT— Lou Is Gomez
and Mamie Gardner of 466 Pacific street,
negroes, were arrested Saturday nlgbt for
robbing Louis Jorgensen of Mayfield of $60.
The Gardner woman held Jorgensen, while
(iomez. who was the bar tender 1n the dance
hall where the robbery took place, relieved
him of his money. Gomez ran down Pacific
street, but was overtaken by Jorgensen, who
turned him over to tbe police.
NATURAL ASPHYXIATION
FATAL TO PLUMBER
Mother Finds Young Man Dead
in Bed
BERKELEY, Oct. 13. —James P.
Jorgensen. a plumber, living at 2220
Spl'uce street, . was found dead in his
bed. at 7:30 o'clock this morning by his
mother. Jorgensen. who was apparently
in the best of health, retired at 11:30
o'clock, leaving word with his mother
that she was to call him at 7 o'clock.
Mrs. Jorgensen callerl'her son at that,
time and he said that he would-get up
in a minute. Mrs. Jorgensen called him
again at 7:30 o'clock and getting no
response entered the room to find him
dead.
Dr. J. J. Benton, who performed the
autopsy, found that death was caused
by natural asphyxiation. Jorgensen
was 21 years old and unmarried.
HALF HOUR OF MUSIC
IS GIVEN BY ORCHESTRA
BERKELEY, Oct. 13.—-The half hour
of music in the Greek theater this
afternoon was given by the Zech or
chestra, of which William F. Zech is
the conductor.
The program was as follows:
YorspioL to "Die Meister«lnger yon Nurnherg"
(Waifnen; suite. "Les Krinnyes"—prelude, scene
religieuse. entr'acte, divertissement and allegro
tres decide—(Masseneti; Melodic <01e Bn.ll>> ar
ranged by J. S. Svendsen; '-To a Wild Rose"
i Edward MacDowell;; march, "Tannhauser"
(Wagner).
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS
OBITUARY
H. R. WELLS, MASON—Santa Monica. Oct. 13.
Henry It. Wells. 78 years old, and for many
years prominent in Masonry, died at his home
near here early today. He was formerly
grand master of the Masonic order in Minne
sota, and he is said to have drafted the con
stitution and bylaws of the Order of East
ern Star, which he assisted in founding.
DEATHS
Belli. Egilio 2 Noonan. Teter 71
Bellows, Martin de L— Oppenbelmer. Rosa.. 28
Bolton David D 3 I'orporato. Anna ..'..77
Chester, Daisy F 24 Friee. Thomas 77
Dunlea. Michael 75 Froll, Bertha 65
Edwards, John 66jReid. Henry H 67
Eng. John A 7Si Sandoval. Benard .. —
Hansen, H. P 44. Schockeu. Samuel N. 79
Herrmann, Antofn- Senne iMassi
ettc C 50 Sullivan. Catherine.. 67
Kedon. Alice E — Walsh. Edward —
Kurt. Wilhelmlna ..2s Weber. William F..37
Lund. Carl F 71 Whitney, Caroline A. —
McDevitt. Andrew 0. 50 Wiener, Edmond .. 25
McKee. Mrs. Annie. 82 Winter. May --
Musante, Rose 30 Zeitz, William D— 14
Negroni, Lissle A... 63
BELLI—In this city. October 13. 1912. at Ms
late residence. 2324 Fillmore street, Egilio. be
loved son of Anaelo and Maria Belli, and be
loved brother of Aurelio. Attillo. Ella and
Arturo Belli, a native of Sau Francisco, Cal.,
aged 2 years and 8 months.
BELLOWS—In Oakland. October 13. 1012. Mar
tin de Lancy. husband of Elizabeth Disbrow
Bellows, and father of Mrs. Frederick A. Al
lardt and Frederick D. Bellows, a native of
Seneca Falls. N. Y.
BOLTON—In this city. October 13. 1012. at the
residence of bis parents. 45 Eureka street.
David D. Bolton, beloved son of David B. ami
Lulu Bolton, and brother of Harrold D. Bol
ton, a native of .San Francisco, aged 3 years 1
month and 20 days.
CHESTER—In Oakland. October 13. 1012. Daisy
Florence, dearly beloved wife of Harry Chester,
and loving mother of Daisy and Lillian Chester,
aud daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boyce,
and sister of Arthur. Lawrence and Lillian
Boyce. a native of Eugland, aged 24 years 6
months and 1 day.
DUNLEA—In this city. October 12. 1012.
Michael, beloved husband of tbe late Cather
ine Dunlea. and loving father of Dennis. Joan
and Catherine Dunlea and Mrs. T. K. Mo-
Eneany and the late Ella Dunlea, a native of
Ireland, aged 75 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Tuesday!,
nt it o'clock a. m., from bis late residence,
46 Bosworth street, thence to St. John's
church, where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for the repose of bis soul, com
mencing at 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
cemetery.
EDWARDS—In Oakland. October 13. 1012. John
Edwards, beloved husband of the late Annie
Edwards, and loving father of Evan and Wil
liam Edwards and Mrs. E. B. Porter and the
late Eddie Edwards and Mary Rowland, and
beloved brother of William Edwards of New
York, a native of Wales, aged o*s years.
ENG—In this city, October 11, 1012. John A.
Eng, beloved husband of Gina Eng. and loving
father of tbe late Mrs. C. H. Lutterkort, a na
tive of Norway, aged 78 years 4 months and
14 days.
FViends ami acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services today
(Monday), at 1 o'clock p. m,. from his lite
residence. 2156 A Market street. Interment
Cypress Lawn cemetery, by funeral car from
Thirteenth and West Mission streets.
HANSEN-In this city, October 12. 1912. 11. P..
dearly beloved husband of Ida R. Hansen, and
brother of 11. T. Hansen and Mrs. S. G. Birk
holm. a native of Denmark, aged 44 years 1
month and 7 days. A member of Oakland
drove Lodge No. 215, F. & A. M.: Oakland
Lodge of Perfection No. 2; Oakland Com
mandery, K. T.. and Helga No. 3. Dania.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Tuesday),
at 2 o'clock p. m., from the Richmond Ma
sonic temple, F'lrst avenue and Clement street,
where services will be held under the auspices
of Richmond Lodge. F. & A. M. Interment
Cypress Lawn cemetery, by automobile. Re
mains at his late residence. • 578 Fourth ave
nue, Richmond.
HERRMANN—In this city. October 11, 1012,
Antoinette C, beloved wife of the late Con
rad Herrmann, and sister of William H. Schu
macher and the late Mrs. Johanna L. Meuss
dorffer and the late August F. and Anton G.
Schumacher, a native of San Francisco, aged
56 years 2 months and 7 days.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral services today (Monday i. October 14,
at 2 o'clock p. m.. at her late residence. 1814
Lyon street between California and Sacramento.
Interment private. Please omit flowers.
KEDON—In this city, October 12. 1912, Alice
E. Kedon. beloved mother of Clarice Kedon,
and sister of Alfred Colby and Mrs. K. L.
McNoble and Mrs. H. L. Hatch, a native of
San Francisco, Cal.
FVieuds and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral services; today
(Monday), October 14. 1912. at 2 o'clock p. ra.,
at the parlors of Carew & English. 161S Geary
street. Incineration (private) Cypress Lawn
cemetery, by automobile. •
KURT—In this city. October 13. 1012. Willie].
mlna. dearly beloved wife of John Kurt, and
loving mother of Harry J. and Frances A.
Kurt, and beloved daughter of Christ and Anna
Gaii. a native of Germany, aged 2<S years 1
month and 27 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In.
vited to attend th p funeral tomorrow (Tuesday),
October 15, at 2:30 p. m.. from the parlors of
H. F". Subr & Co., 2019 Mission street between
Twenty-fifth and Twpnty-sixth. Incineration
Cypress Lawn cemetery, by carriage.
LUND—In this city. October 1.1. 1912. Carl Fred
erick, beloved husband of the late Mary Lund.
and loving father of Mrs. W. Brlkaea Mrs.
W. Beguhl and Mrs. J. D. Allen, a native of
Denmark, aged 71 years 11 months and 23
days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Tuesday i,
October 15, at 1:30 p. m.. from the parlors ~f
H. E. Suhr & Co.. _!,];-, Mission street between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth. Interment
Mount Olivet cemetery, by electric funeral car
from Twenty-eighth and Valencia streets.
McDEVITT— In thU city, October 12. 1012. An
drew C, beloved son of the late Margaret
Murphy and Edward McDevitt. and beloved
father of May McDevitt and Robert McDevitt.
and beloved brother of Thomas C. McDevitt
and William ami Frank Murpbv and the late
Mary Murphy and John and Edward McDevitt
a native of New York, aged 50 years 3 months
and 10 days. A member of Cracker Bakers'
Inion, Local No. 120. (Sacramento papers
please copy. >
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Mondavi,
October 14, 1912. at 1 o'clock p. m. from the
parlors of G. laceberi & Co.. 1548 Stockton
street between Green and Inion. Thence to
cemetery for Interment, by automobile.
McKEE—In this city. October 13. 1912. Mrs
Annie MrK.ee. beloved sister of the late Mrs!
Mary Oaffigan. a native of Cavan, County Ty
rone. Ireland, aged S2 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funernl tomorrow (Tuesiiav i.
at 2 p. in., from her late residenoo. -tr.ir
Eighteenth street. Interment Cypress Lawn
cemetery.
j MOUNT OLIVET 1
I offers special Indncements to I
I those who hare removals to I
I make from city cemeteries 5
WHEELMAN DIES
OF BROKEN SKULL
Rider Heavily Thrown and m-
jured When His Speeding
Machine Skids
OAKLAND, Oct. IS.—Leo Martin. 701.
Twenty-sixth street, employed as a
driver by the Motor Delivery company.
died at 6:30 o'clock this morning at
the receiving hospital from injuries
sustained at 1:30 o'clock In Eaat Four
teenth street in the Blmhurat district,
when he was thrown, together with
Oliver Wilson of Z. 6 I Ninth street, from
a motorcycle.
The two men were returning to Oak
land after a trip to San Jose. Mar
tin was driving the nia<-hine at a rapid
rate, when it skidded. Both men were
removed to the receiving hospital.
where it was dis<-ovei-cd Martin had
sustained a fractured skull and inter
nal injuries.
Wilson escaped with painful bruise
ami lacerations. The dead man was 23
years of age. The body was removed
to the morgue
CHAUFFEUR ARRESTED—After evading ar
rest on an indietnient in New York city for
more than rive years. Jacob Brenner, an auto
mobile driver, was arrested yesterday by In
fectives Dnn Driaeoll and Torn Murphy. Bren
ner had made application for an automobile
stand and It -was while visiting the policn
station in regard to the permit that be was
recognized and taken into custody.
MUSANTE—In this rlty. October 12. 1012. Rose,
dearly beloved wife of William Musante, and
beloved mother of William H. .Musante Jr..
and devoted daughter of Roland and Teresa
Musante. and loving sister of Charles. Louis
and Frank Musante and Mrs. May Mott. a
native of San Francisco. Cal.. aged 30 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend tbe funeral services tomorrow v
(Tuesday i. October 15, at 9:30 a. in., at licrjfc
late residence, 2008 Twenty second street near
Harrison, thence to Corpus Ciiristi church,
Santa Rosa street near Mission, where a re.
quiem high mass will be celebrated for tli»
repose of her soul, commencing at 10:30 a. ra,
NEGRONl—October 12. 1012, Llaste a., dearly
beloved wife of.Eroole Negroni, and'uiother of
Henry H. Robert D. and Charles E. Jones.
and sister" of .Mrs. Annie Tillson and Charles
E. and T. B. Newell, a native of Augusta,
Me., aged 63 years.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
NOONAN—In this city. October IP., 1912, Peter
Noonan, beloved husband of the late Maria
Noonan, and father of Annie, Joseph. Agues
and Catherine Noonan and Lillian M. Camp
bell and the late Maria G. i'ruuk, a native of
Ireland, aged 71 years.
Remains at his late resilience. 1,171 Call
fornia street. Notice of funeral hereafter.
OPPENHEIMER—In this city, October 1.:. 1012.
Rosa, belov d wife of Arthur oppenbeimer.
and loving mother of Slgiiiund and Emanuel
Oppenheimer, and beloved daughter of Israel
and Rachael Tennebac.m. and beloved sister of
Mrs. Joseph I,evin and Mary. Bessie, Charles.
Donald and James Tennebaum, a native of
Canada, aged 26 years.
PORPORATO—In Sun Anselmo, Cal., October 11,
1912, Anna, dearly beloved wife of the late
Francesco Porporato. and devoted mother of *
John A. and the late Eugene Porporato. a na
tive of Italy, aged 77 years 2 months and 16
days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
rited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Tuesday i,
October 15, at 9:30 a. m.. from the resi
dence of her son. 92] Union street near Taylor,
/ thence to the Church of Sts. Peter and Paul,
corner of Filbert street and Grant avenue,
where a requiem high mass will be celebrated
for the repose of her soul, commencing at 10
a. m. Thence to cemetery.
PRICE—Iu this city, October 1.1. 1012. Thomns
Price, beloved father of Arthur F., Minnia E.
and Annie Price and Mrs. J. P. Turner, a
native of Wales, aged 77 years.
PROLL—In this city, October 11. 1012, Bertha,
beloved wife of Henry Proll. and mother of
Mrs. Robert 11. Hall of Chicago and Mrs. Val.
R. Bury and Carl H. and William R. Proll, a
native of Hamburg. Germany, aged 65 years
5 months and 6 days. A member of W'alhalla
Rebekah Lodge No. 1.10. I. O. O. JF.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral servicea today
(Mondavi. October 14, 1012, at 10:30 o'clock
a. m_ at the chapel of H. P. Petersen. 1342
Devisadero street between Ellis and O'Farrell.
Cremation Cypress Lawn cemetery, via elec
tric funeral car from Turk and Steiner streets.
REID -In this city. October 11. 1912. Henry H
Keiii. a native of New York, aged 67 yeatjj
and 6 months.
SANDOVAL—In thi* city. October 12. 1912. Be
nard Sandoval, beloved husband of Trinida
Sandoval, and father of Gerome. Mary and
Benard Sandoval, a native of Mexico.
SCHOCKEN—In this city. October 13, 1912. Sam
uel N., beloved brother of Flora Levison erf
Brooklyn. N. V.. A. L. Schocken, Yetta Lrfr
nian of this city and Celia Feibusch of Rogae
sen, Germany, a native of Rogaseu, Gertnany t
aged 79 years.
SENNE—A month's mind mass will be celebrated
for the repose of the soul of Harry J. Senne,
tomorrow (Tuesdayi, at 8 o'clock a. tu., at
St. Anthony's church. East Oakland.
SULLIVAN— In this' city, October 12. 1012.
Catherine, widow of the late Vrank Sullivan,
and loving mother of Timothy. Patrick and
Norah Sullivan and Mrs. M. Bannahan. Mrs.
P. Sullivan and Mrs. T. McCarthy, a native.
of the parish of Schull, County Cork, Ireland,
aged 67 years.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral tomorrow (Tuesday), at 9:30 a. m.,
from her late residence, 195 Randall street,
thence to St. Paul's church, where a requiem
high mass will be celebrated for the repose of
her soul, commencing at 10 a. m. Interment
Holy Cross cemetery.
WALSH—In this city. October 11. 1912. Edward,
beloved husband of Ella Walsh, and devotecL,
father of Walter. Mary. Edward. Nellie. Rob
ert, William and Katherine Walsh, a native
of Count y Kilkenny. Ireland. A member of"
Unity Alliance, St. Patrick's Alliance of
America.
The funeral will take place today (Mon
day) at 9:30 a. m.. from his late residence.
68 Dame street, tbenee to St. Paul's church.
Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
UNITY ALLIANCE—The funeral detail of Unity
Alliance will f lea-e take notice and attend.
By order JOHN HENNESY, President.
J. H. MURPHY. Cor. Sec.
WEBER—In Fruitvale, Cal.. October 12. 1912.
William Frank Weber, dearly beloved son of
Helen and the late Peter Weber, and loving
brother of Lena Weber, a native of Germany,
aged .17 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral Wednesday. Octo
ber 16, 1912. at 1:30 O'clock p. m.. from the
parlors of Yalente. Marini. Marais & Co., 649
Green street where services will bo conducted
under the auspices of San Francisco Aerie No.
•"•■ 1"- 0. E. . _.
SAN FRANCISCO AERIE NO. ■">. V. O. L. -To
the officers and m. mbers of San Francisco
Aerie Ho. 5, F. O. E.: lon are hereby re
quested to assemble at the parlors of Yalente.
Marini. Marais & Co. 849 Green street.
Wednesday. at I P- »•■ ,r> conduct the ftiner rk
services of our late brother William FrtjfaiA
Weber. By order W
.IOIIN J. CROWLY. President.
CIS POIIt.MANN. Secretary.
WHITNEY- In this city. October 13, 1012. Caro
line a Whitney, relict of William Kirk w nlt
nev. and beloved mother of Mr*. 3. E. Orn
baiim and Narlaae C. ami James P. Whitney,
and loving grandmother of .lames P. Jr.. N.t
rlsse M. and Bemndette E. Whitney, a native
Of Ptttsfleld. Mass.
Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains al W
parlors of Ashley h McMull—. 325 Sixth «-*•
nue between Geary and Clement streets.
WIENER—In Ri-eraMe. Cal.. October 12. 1912.
Edmond. beloved son of < harics ami the late
Rachel Wiener, and brother of Herbert Wle
ner. and grandson of Mrs. S. Goodman, I na
tive of San Francisco, aged 25 years.
WINTER—In Santa Rosa. October 11. 1012. May
Wlntor. wife of the late Gilbert Winter, ami
mother of Gilbert Bonnier Isabel de Etta Win
ter and tin- late Helen May Winter, a native
of New York.
ZEITZ-In this city. October 13, 1912. W Mara
D.. beloved son of Fricdrfeh aim Anna »««. *
native of Idaho, a'-.'".! 11 .wars 3 mou-li* ana
"'Notice' of funeral hereafter. Remains at the
parlors of Ashley ft McMull"n. 33S Sixth ave
nue between Geary and Clement stree-.s.
WHEN THE UNDERTAKER
BECOMES NECESSARY
SAVE HALF the Funeral Expense.
Telephone
JULIUS S. GODEAU
Market 711 Oakland 4043
Independent of the Trust
THE GODEAU FUNERAL SERVICE will
furnish for $75, embalming shroud, sil
ver mounted, cloth covered casket, hearse
and two carriages and give personal
supervision.
TRUST UNDERTAKERS WILL CHARGE
you $75 for the casket alone, and a! A «,
their prices are proportionate.
Godeau Funeral Service Savea You Half.
Auto an.bulauce. carriages and antos for hire.
6AN FRANCISCO OAKLAND
41 Van Neaa Aye. 2210 Webster St
205 Columbua Aye. Phone Oak. 4045

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