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THE CRESCENT,'- cor. California and i Franklin
*ts.. PRIVATE FAMILY = HOTEL: rery large,
fine rooms: private bath: s extra good table and
- service; references MRS. E. R- *. BATES. Prop.
HOTEL EMPIRE, HI Taylor cor. Turk —Newly
renovated: shopping district: close to theaters:
day 75c up. ■ week $3 op. bath $1 > day up. Eddy
car at ferry: 3d Towr.send :S. P. car to Taylor.
RUF.NA VISTA hotel, restaurant. Columbus a.*-,'
tf*son end Lombard; room", day, wk. or month.'
HOTEL FORSTER. 325 Setter st. nr. Grant ar.—
. European, rm. . with bath. $1. $1.50. $2. wk. $4
,C Up: mo. $15 and up: best beds in the city. -
BUSINESS CHANCES^ .
: A— ; ■ ,
• • : j.n~F?l\S. Inc.,
Sixth floor. Pacific build in?. Market ««***■ ( sta -
Phone Kearny 1702. Home JlO2O.
ALL LINFS OF BUSINESS SOLD. :
CITY OR COUNTRY. -
TO •:,■ BUYERS AND SELLERS:■'-■..:.;;
Our well known and lons established r p ':" tam '}
Is a guarantee that you will get reliable and
efficient service in dealing through us.
LOAN rtFTAPTMF.NT FOR INVESTORS.
LUBECKS. M PACIFIC BLEM3.
$700—CIGAR STAND situated OB a ■ prominent
--.-.rner of one of the main streets to the fair.
Tins i« ■y good boy. Get bn*r. Call ana we
- f ÜBKCK'S. 602 PACIFIC BI.DG. ;,.W
MANUFACTURING business; r modern machin
cr nod eqv.:pment: well established i money
making ertrrprise; worthy of you" - investiga
tion. LUPFCK'S. 602 ; PACIFIC BLDG. "
$Wi— PLASTERING business: large stock on
hsnd ami quite a number of contracts to com
nlete: located in a town near S. F. Al IN
VESTMENT. LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BIJ>G.
$600 ROOMING . HOUSK and • restaurants IT.
rooms completely . furnished ; with '". seating - ca
nacitr for 45 in dininc room. Don't fail to
pee this. 1.1-RFCK-S. CO? PACIFIC BLDG.
HALF INTLI'.KST in his paying • taxicab busi
ngs: host standard make machines: busiest
stands in city: receipts $1,000 to $l.«oo per
month; no t«tter Investment on market ; for
$2.2.-,0. lUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BI.DG.
*1 750—HOTEL AND BAR. Don't overlook this
for a nice little ': investment: hotel snd . Mr;
20 rooms In a good town s near S. F. See
LUBECK'S. 600 PACIFIC BLDG. .
50—STATIONERY, candy and cigar store;
owner sirt reason for sacrifice. See
LUBECKS. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
Jj -JsO— SALOON; old eetabllshwl: place in good
location. ThN is a snan. Come quick. At
LUBE''K S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
P4PFR ROCTK -clearing over $100 month;' one
of the best bay towns: SURE INCOME FOR
LIFE: has agency of nil ' San Francisco morn
ins and evening papers: price $1,250: act
nuirk: one o* fh*> be«t " chances on our books.
I.UBECK.-S , . 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
yi.OOO—ROADHOUSF. This Is an • ideal i place
to rest after a ride through the country of
mecTiificent scenery: situated j within an , hour
• of San Francisco and considered an Al invest
ment: liquor "license guaranteed. Call and see
I.UBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.. .
30 ROOMS—Practically new furniture: excel
lent location: good ■ lease: reasonable rent:
splendid money maker. --Price: only : $900. At
"t'K'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG. , -
APARTMENT HOUSE: li'.?h class in every ; re
spect; 48 rooms; l*>autifully furnished tUrougb
oat: modem building: very close ;: good
lease: clear? $175 month, besides swell apart
ments tor owTie-: a snap: *2.000 cash will
bundle. I.UBECK'S. 002 PACIFIC BLDQ.
Cβ ROOMS; modern In all particulars: running
water in every room; new furniture. brass
h«>df-- rent only $125 month: long len<=e: walk
in? distance: price only $1,r,50. Investigate at
LUBE' K'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG. : :
SMALL ROOMING HOUSE—We have on our
lists ft large number of small houses in good
locations that are making good profits, .* and
also houses that make good homes and help
bear the expenses. If you are interested, call
and set our list*. - ■•■'>•■ ■ .
LUBECKS. >™? PACIFIC BLDG.
SEE US. We can locate you right.
: r> LUBECK'S .........-i...........
I* 6th floor. Pacific bid?.. Market at 4th.
DAVIS BROS. ; DAVIS BROS.
WIDE AWAKE BUSINESS BROKERS.
W. A. SIMONS. MANAGER.
403-405 Pacific bl'ig., cor. Market and 4th Sts.
DOUGLAS 1 -TELEPHONES- 11347. •
WE HANDLE ANY KIND OF BUSINESS.
We guarantee reliable and efficient service in
ail oar dealings. ,
> CALL AND SEE US. ,
CANDY, STATIONERY. ICE CREAM, etc.; near
large school; 2 furnished living rooms; rent
$15: nice good steady trade; sacrifice at $275.
DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific bidg. ; :.K y '
CORNER SALOON', downtown location, with lease
over fair: VERY REASONABLE RENT; snap
for live man: only $2,00".
DAVIS BROS., 40" Pacific bldg.;-;
f25O —PARTNER wanted In established business,
where - from $12-"« a month op can be made;
must be sober and industrious and write plain
liand: experience "not necessary. If willing to
learn. 403 Pacific bldg. .- ; i *"-.
COFFEE PARLOR; near 3d and Market; clears
$200 month; biggest money maker In city for
■ $1,100. DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific bldg. - .
Bl ROOM HOUSE; reat only $100; lease over the
fair: clears $125 mouth; BARGAIN FOR
$1,500: half each, balance easy terms.
DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific bldg. '^
B2 ROOM transient house over dance hall in best
district: 4 years' lease: rent $125; the biggest
bargain in San Francisco for $500. '
DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific Mdg-
GROCERY and liquors: downtown apartment
bouse district; $40 a day trade; 5 years' lease;
rent $40: geod clean I stock: $1,500 or invoice.
DAVIS BROS.. 403 Pacific bldg. ■-::. _
$2r>o—Partner wanted (man |or woman) for | res
taurant: giv.(i busy location: seats 00; does nice
steady business. DAVIS BROS. 403 Pacific bldg.
CREAMERY, butter and eggs; $35 a day trade;
Hears $150 a month; will guarantee and give
trie!. DAVIS PROS . #03 Pacific bldg.
IP you want to invest in ■ moving picture thea
ter. COME AND SEE US. .
WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN THAT LINE.
DAVIS BROS., 403 Pacific bldg.
GROCERY AND LIQUORS— Positively th» be*t
corner proposition In - San Francisco; " all glass
front: long leaser rent only $65: computing
scales; No. 347 National cash register; elec
tric coff»e mill; elegant fixture*; good, clean
stock; will sell whole thine for $2,300 cash.
This is a genuine bargain ' and worth at least
$.".000: owner compelled to leave city at once.
GEO. A. HERRK'K. 883 MARKET ST., ROOM
SOI, COMMERCIAL BUILDING.
GROCERY AND LIQUORS — TRIAL GIVEN;
doing $40 a day business: rent $40; lease; a
nice business for « man ■ »ud : . wife; price ! $900.
HKRBICK. 833 MARKET, room 201. Commer
cial building. : ■ ' -■; ; <\
SMALL payment down and easy terms buys first
class, ■ established pool business. - STAR » BIL
LIARD PARLOR, 3203 Mission M. -;, ;
A — RESTAURANT TO LEASE, : FULLY KUR
NISHEM: HALF BLOCK FROM MARKET ST.;
SMALL INVESTMENT. 88 TAYLOR ST. 4
GROCERY and liquors: corner; 3 living . rooms;
rent $2.V. long lease; price $000; bargain. Ad
dress 4499 17th st. , :; ■■:-"'■".
FOR ' sale—A t good newspaper route ;in ■ Oakland.
See - circulation department j Ran Francisco Call.
FOR rent—Restaurant, furnished, at Melroe*
depot. G. WYMAN..-. , >
flOO —Half Interest in real i ': estate business, lo
cated on leafed ground, with rent only $3.50
per month. 1403 Liese ay.. FnttlTale. ; ,
—Second band . furniture business *, at t Fruit
vale; 2 living rooms. 1403 Lieec ay.. - Fruit
vale. <■. ■: ; •;-:'• ■ „ ■-;■ / ■:, .■;/.:•■'■'-•.v.-; : ; ; ;
WANTED —To buy a saloon in a pretty fair loca
tion; want to deal ; with"< proprietor only; ■ state
price and : location. Box , 1419. Call office.;
FINK butcher;business in Oakland; large patron
age; paying well; horse < and ■ wagon; extra
large refrigerator; . $1,300 ; takes : it. eALS
■ BURY. ,; ©20 > Broadway. : Oakland. v ■ . ;., r;
A—RESTAURANT :TO LEASE. I FULLY FLRN.
NISHED. V, BLOCK rBOM : MARKET BT.;
SMALL INVESTMENT. 55 TAYLOR ST. - ;
LAC'KO—Cleanses, gas i ranges. "f makes hygienic
dusters. 833 Market. Exe. dlst. agent wanted.
$350—Your ' chance; : light ; mfg. Jnwlne**, sure
• fortune; anybody c»n nin it from home; 1 trial
allowed; no trlflctr. 2133 Market st. r
A SATURDAY EVENING POST route for sale
in . San ,;; Francisco: ' payingi; a r splendid , profit.
Tnqnire 1012 Phelan building. . ;: >: :•'.;■;
KXCHANGK--C!"Hr •■ lot > fT good" runabout in
• : first ; class - cfrtidillon: . 2JIOA ;; Market i st. . >:_f
$800 —Grocery "' and ■' light ' delicatessen; ' 4 .; living
rooms and bath; rent $30; receipts $30 gaar
auT.'f-<l; trial of. 1 we<k given; • fall value In
olgbt. ■- ■ ■■■■-■ i .--■ •:■■■.-■■: ■:.;->-:■■-/- --■•■:;■-:
$1.100-~Corner saloon in the Minion; old; «*t»b- v
-- llsberl; : receipts JIS to $2* : day: lease.:^.-.. :, ■■■-
11.000 —Grocer* and liquor store: living room;
rent ► $20; lights inc.; receipts ! $30 day;
-: value in sight.,-..".'•. ', v •"'*'l :
' $7(<(j— Booothm '•/ bees*; ; clean I $75i mo; t transfer
corner: j ■"•1 » furniture ; and i carpets: * snap. .7: t.
RESTAURANT for sale cheap: 1 fully equipped;
excellent location. Hotel Mealo. 340 O'Farrel!.
BI'TCHER shop for sale: average sales $125 *
r 4*S. 1753 1 th ? st.. West Oakland."•
W. H. SPENCER & CO..
HEAL KSTATK AND BUSINESS BROKER,
2110 A MARKET ST. NEAR 14TH.
Notice to Lumbermen —We hays for sale en
endless chain uw. engine complete, that will
cut a 7 ft. redwood log In 2 minutes; be
need in the woods or at mill in cutting sblngle
blocks; tbls saw cost $3,500. but on account of
sickness I will sacrifice for $500. See my
agents. W. H. SPENCER ft CO. __
$350 —Light, pleasant business; old established;
clearing $150 mo.; only sober. Industrious men
need apply; no experience required; hours,
5 to ."5.
W. H. SPENCER & CO.. 2110 A Market St. .
HALF interest old estab. business; clearing S2OO
to $400 mo. guar. full investigation: ban* refe.;
no previous ejp. required. Box 1310. Call.
WHOLESALE liquor, tea «nrt coffee t>tore: Invoice
$1.200; snap- F. R- BARRETT. ISO Eddy.
sale—Covered wagon In good condition; just
painted; $150. Box ltSl. Call office.
Th«- Cell Iβ now an absolutely In
dependent newspaper. Try It out
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE
A— PHONE KEARNY 80S".
A. 11. RF.TSLOFF & CO.,
A. H. RETSLOFF & CO.,
HffTKTA. APARTMENT HOUSES. ROOMING
HOUSES FLATS. SALOONS. REAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE. •
90S Market at opposite sth.
21 Eddy «r- Market.
LIST YOUR PLACES WITH VS.
CALL FOR FREE LIST. j
COMMERCIAL HOTEL—3OO rooms. 2 Mocks
from Market St., on a prominent business cor
ner; rent $5 per room; lease 6 yeare;
ground lobby; gents' reading room; ladie*'
fiarlor; elevator: phone* in all rooms. Ask
ng $12.000. WINSTON & CO.
DOM NTOWN CORNER—67 rooms: 35 private
baths: city tteam heat and hot water; eleva
tor; phone* In all rooms; one of the fine»t
furnished houses in San Francisco; part cash
will buy lt. WINSTON A CO.
APARTMENT HOUSE —50 rooms, arranged in 2
room apartments; rent $150. Asking $2,400;
part caeb; easy payments. WINSTON A CO.
30 rooms. Market st.; rent $5.?>0 p*r room. Ask
inic $2,100. All men roomers. Hot and cold
water In all rooms. WINSTON & CO.
TRANSIENT CORNER—32 rooms; downtown
corper: ONE FLOOR: city steam heat and
hot water: cheap rent: long lease; furnished
In mahogany, Circassian walnut and birdseye
maple furniture; velvet carpets: beautiful
brass beds with Clipper box and hair top mat
tresses. A little beauty. See it. WINSTON
6 CO.. AGENTS.
40 rooms, lucafed on Market ft.; rent $150.
Asking |2,780: part ca*h. The furnishings
are about NEW. WINSTON & CO.
100 rooms; ground lobby; city heat-- prirate
baths: lease 5 years; 54.500 cash will handle
it. Easy payments. WINSTON & CO.
GEARY ST.—2l rooms: rent $90; large yard:
all the rooms nre llcrht and ennny and extra
large. Asking $1.2."0: part cash. WINSTON
& CO.. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS.
BOARDING HOUSE—I 7 rooms: rent only $45;
good paying proposition; furniture and carpets
extra good; owner sick and must eel! "this j
week. For full particulars see WINSTON
* co. r
A 7S room apartment noose, Eddy St.; simply
grand; 2. 3. 4 room apartment*, modern, beau
tifully furnished; price $4.r>00. FIDELITY
LAND CO.. 995 Market St.. 601 Hewes bldg.
ONE of the beet downtown corner hotels north of
Market st., including bar: beautiful grounds:
floor lobby; elegantly furnished; Just jammed
to the door; can he had for an investment of
$5,500 cash. FIDELITY LAND CO., 995 Mar
ket St.. cOl Hewes building.
A 30 room nicely furnished Geary st. nonce: one
room apartments; all full; steady tenants;
frlce $1,500; only $cOO cash required. FIDEL
TY LAND CO..'f<9s Market. 601 Hewes bldg.
A 28 room bouse downtown, magnificently fur- i
tiinhetl; Eddy St.; crowded anfl one of the larg- i
est paying houses in San Francisco: prW
$4,000, half* down; strictly modern: see tmis. j
FIDELITY LAND CO.. 995 Market «t., 601
IF you ha'ie real estate, mortgagee or good secur
ities, we will secure you a hotel, apartment or
rooming honse or some suitable business.
FIDELITY LAND CO., 995 Market St. COl
44 room apartment hon«e north of Market st.;
rent $.t per room; brand new fnmiture: <lisn- \
greement of partners reason of selling: $l.?> 00 j
will handle lt. FIDELITY LAND CO H 995 j
Market st... 60t Hewes building. I
42 room .house: rent $5 per room; 5 years' lease; |
elegantly furnished and modern: * snap at S2-"». j
FIDELITY I v iNl> CO.. 935 Market, room 001.
$250—Partner wanf.-cl in au old established busi
ness, paying $125 to each; duties easily
learned; experience not necessary. 995 Market
•t.. room 601.
) A GOOD BUY
16 rooms, Mnpie and noti'ekeeplne; rood lease. :
clieep rent; must sell this week: tenne If de
sired; no agents. Call between 2 and 3 p. m.
cnlr. 661 McAllister st.
120 rw>nis: 40 connected with hath: lobby; best !
corner: everything modern. $15.0OO; half cash. '
balance easy terms; rent less th»n $7 a room, j
Call from 1 to 3 p. m.. 1005 Mission St.
FOR sale —Transient r<v>tnins hnuse; no agent."; j
Bargain on account of sickness. 6SO 3d st. nr.
WANTED —To buy an Interest In small lucra
tive business; do not waste time offering a j
"dead one." Already have moderate flncome j
and can give service*, or not. as rendition*
may require. Please give full particulars
and best terms in first letter. Address box
1442. Call office.
3,000 shares La Blanc Oil Co Bid
500 shares Victor Power and Mining C0....8id
1,000 Kennedy Oooc. Gold Mining Co Bid
For quick profit I advise Buckeye-
Belmont Mines Co, If you want to know
why. address A. J. MOORE, Bacon
block. Oakland, Cal.
P. S.—Have yoa any stocks you want
H A. ROENITZ. BROKER.
7".l r>3 l'heian bldg.. Kan Francisco. Cal.
Bnye and n»lis all local Insurance, rubber, ell,
mining and Industrial stocks and bonds. Spe- ,
CHESTKR B. ELLIS A CO..
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS.
Tl4 Market St.. Opposite Call bid* i
Largest dealers 5n exclusively unlisted
ti«« on the Pacific coast. Established 1599.
MASCOT. MASCOT. MASCO?!
For Ml*, any part, SOO shares Mascot copper.
*2.50. We bi'y nnd sell stocks ana bonds. W.
E. T.OGAN. IT Fncon block. Oakland
BONDS bought and sold: corporations financed.
AMERICAN POND COMPANY. 1000 Cail bldf.
AAA—HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY
WILL LOAN YOU MONEY ON FURNITURE,
PIANOS. ETC.; $10 to $200; LOW COST; CON
FIDENTIAL; HONEST AND SQUARE DEAL.
CALL OR WRITE OR PHONE.
8579 PACIFIC BLDG.. 4TH AND MARKET.
rnoNE Douglas saee.
Oakland office. 51S First National Pank *>ldg. j
AAA—SALARY LOANS—SALARY LOANS.
New system. Lowest rote*.
Loans made for ooe two. three or six months.
Your friend* or employer never know.
SEABOARD LOAN CO..
609 Chronicle bldg. Office open 8 a. n. to t
p. m.: Monday and Saturday until 8 p. tn.
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos and other |
security; lowest rates; most favorable terms in
this city; see others, then see me and be con- ;
v'Bced; will nave you money; $2.25 weekly pays !
$50 loan. Phone Market 3029. GEORGE W.
MILLER. 3009 16th et. southwest corner Mis
sion, room 3ft.
A—TREMAIN. wltb absolute privacy, uny amount j
at S -per cent on furniture, pianos, etc., without j
removal, payable in installments or straight \
loans, at iowest rates cash, payment reducing i
interest; no commission*. 833 Market st. next!
Emporintn. room 811; phone Douglas 2465.
! LOANS to SALARIED persons, wag" earners, i
trfifhers, city employes and OTHERS with ,
FIXED incomes; rates reasonable; payments |
easy: also OTHER propositions. 433 Pnelan i
building; phone Douglas 3244.
MONEY LOANED 3Ai~ARIED PKOPLE ana" «*h
ers npon their own names; cheap rates; easy
payments; confidential. D. H. TOLMAN. 940
Phelun bldg.. and room 9. 460 13th st.. Oakland.
BALDWIN JEWELRY CO.,
Gold and Silver Smiths.
29 35 Kearny =treet.
LOAN T)gPT. RATES 2 PER CENT.
ILLINOIS FINANCE COMPANY.
SUCCESSORS TO ILLINOIS TRUST CO.
Boom 410. 948 Market St.
Over Bank of Italy.
CASH advanced on salaries; no security: lowest |
rates. 313 Merchants' Exchange building; phone
Douglas 1411. and 608 Call building; phone Sut
AAA —Wage earner", either men or women can
make a loan in strictest confidence at the Em
ployes . Credit Cn . room 424 Monsdnock bide.
$10 to $100 advanced on your salary; our rates
ere the cheapest ir the city: don't fall to see
ns. UNION CREDIT CO.. 160 Phelan bldg.
i AAA—SALARIED men and women accommodated
witbont delny or ooblirlty. Home Credit and
I Investment Co., 321 PheUa bldg., third flaos. '
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, NOVEMEER 19, 1912.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY advanced salaried people permanently
employed; low rate; easy terms: confidential.
P. D. DRAKK. 201 Mechanics' hldg.. 948 Mkt.
CASH loaned to salaried m<>n on note wltbont ln
dorser. MORREL . 1007 Monadnock bid*.
SALARIKI) LOANS: other propositions. San Fran
cisco Discount Agency, 4H Pacific building.
GOLDEN GATE Loan Office, 110 Kearn7 st.—
Low rates on jewelry. W. J. HESTHAL.
MONEY TO LOAN—Real Estate
AAAA—WiII loan any amount at lowest Interest
on first, second and third mortgages; estate*
Iβ probate, undivided Interest; deal directly
wltli lender: no delay. R. McCOLQAN. 502-
GO4 Call bldg., corner Tbird sod Market; phone
Douglas 253". The oldest established and lead
ins* financial agency on the Pacific coast.
NO COMMISSION CHARGED.
BANK INTEREST—Ist and 2d MORTGAGES.
LOAN 20 per cent more than BANK 3.
PHADBURNE CO.. 71.*> Monednock building.
ANY amount on real estate, first or second mort
gages; no delay: very lowest rates: It your
property is mortgaged and yon need more
money, see us Immediately. O. W. BECKER,
Monadnock bldjr. 6«1 Market: tel. Douglas 2150
PRIVATE party will bny good mortgage, long
term preferr»rl. from #5,000 to $L'o,ooo. Give
particulars confidentially to insure attention.
Bos 1401. Call office.
MONEY to loan ea Oakland. Berkeley. Alameds
and Fruitvale re-u estate at <J and 7 per cent.
GEO. W. ArSTIN. 1212 Rrosdway. Oakland.
THE CALL EXTENDS A CORDIAL INVITA
TION TO ADVERTISERS AND TO TUB PT'B
LIC TO USE ITS INFORMATION BUREAU FOR
ALL WANTS EXPRESSED IN ITS COLUMNS.
THE CALL INFORMATION BUREAU IS AT
ALL TIMES AT TTTK BRRVICE OF ADVER
TISERS AND ASSISTANCE OF THE PUBLIC.
PROPOSALS AND BIDS
[>fflce Constructing Quartermaster. Fort Mason,
ffiL, IStfc November. 1912—Sealed proposals. In
triplicate, for asphalt paving: of road from Let
rennan General Hospital ft Guard House at
Presidio of San Francisco, Cal., will be received
tiere until 11 a. m. 3ft December, 1912. and then
>pened. Plans, specifications, necessary Wank*
und Information can be obtained here. Dep<>slt
jt 110.00 required to insure return of plans, etc.
Envelope* containingr proposals to be Indorsed
"Proposal* for Asphalt Paving, Presidio of San
Francisco." and addressed Lt. Col. Geo. McK.
Williamson. Q. M. Corps.
PROPOSALS will be received at the Bureau
of Supplies and Accounts. Navy Department,
Washington, P. C. until 10 o'clock n. m., No
vember 2tf. 1912, and publicly opened irnmedi-
Htely thereafter, to furnish at the navy yard.
Mare Island, Cal., a quantity of sheet lead. Ap
plications for proposals ebonld refer to Schedule
4928. Blank proposals will be furnished npon
application to the navy pay office. San Kran
clsco. Cal., or to the Bnreiu. T. J. COWIE,
Paymaster General. I. S. N..
Good positions open for
good people —for the man,
the woman, girl or boy
who ran show credentials
the following situations
are waiting at
The Call's Free
Female Help Wanted:
Dress Maker's helper.
Girls for Chocolate Wrap
Stewardess for Country
Mfllinery Saleslady (Must
speak Italian and Spanish)
Two Waitresses for City
Many excellent places for
girls -and women to do
housework. Some families
offer fine homes and good
Male Help Wanted:
Solicitor for Adjusting
High Class Charity Program
Wants an Advertising So
Young Man to Learn Adver
Man and Wife for Ranch.
Boy for Photo Supply House.
Boy about 16 to learn
Man experienced in irriga
tion and care of orange
and lemon trees.
Solicitors for Hospital Asso
Young Men to join crack
Boy to learn grocery trade.
Salesmen for Wine Com
Boy in store—good oppor
tunity to learn.a business.
If you are a faithful
worker i — loyal, eager,
ambitious and willing to
join fate with any of the
above opportunities at
a reasonable salary, ad
dress a letter to, or call
Manager The Call's Free
3d and Market Sts, J
PROPOSALS AND BIDS I
NOVKMBER 11, 1012.—SEALED PROPOSALS |
are invitorl an«i will be received *t the office of j
tlie Ownraenrllng Offlcer, Northern Dlrleion, V. \
S. Revenue -Cutter Service. Custom House, Port
rownwDrt, Wesb.. until 2:00 p. m.. Monday. De
cember 9, 1912, for tbe purchase of the reTenoe
I cutter RUSH. The RUSH ie a eiugle-eerew
steamer of 701 tons , displacement; with a
I wooden hull; extreme length, 175 feet: beam
moulded—23 feet 2 inches; draft —maximum —13
feet 6 inches; has one Scotch boiler 12 feet 6
Inches in diameter by 13 feet lone, fitted with 3
icrty-laeh fnrnacw, and operated at a pressure
of (0 pounds per square Inch above the at
mosphere, a small auxiliary boiler of the ver
tical type ii also installed. The propelling en
gine is of the compound inrerted, direct-actine , .
surface condensing type", with a high pressure
cylinder 24Vi inches in diameter, • and a low
eesure cylinder 37 Inches in diameter, the
srroke being 27.inches, and the engine is capable
of mating 70 j*eyolutlons per minute. The pro
peller is of broaee. aolid, four-bladed, 10 feet In
diameter and 14 feet c inches pitch. Water 1*
supplied to the surface condenser by a centrifu
gal circulating pump driren by an independent
engine. There is one attached air pump and
two attai-'ued feed pumps, worked by beams and
nks from the low-pressure croeshead of the
liV" n en £' ne - ■Oβ there is one independent aux
!VT fee< * P un) P * l A indies by 3 Inches by 4%
J niches, and an independent fire pump S inches by
o Inches by 7 Inches.
ProspoctiTe bidders are informed that there ii
00 a Washington a report of the inspection
and tests made on the steel plates used in the
• of the boiler. The RUSH Iβ at
t rownseml. Wash., and can be seen at that
p.a.-e on application to the Commanding Officer,
>rtheru Division, wlio will furnish any addi
tional information regarding the vessel that may
Dβ desired, end a list of articles of outflt that
are to be sold with her. Each bid must be ac
°° panle£l 7, n with a certified check In the sum of
1500.00. made payable to the order of the Sec
retary of the Treasury. It is understood that
purchase money shall be paid to the repre
| tentative of the Government within fifteen (15)
« a J** tbe c,ate the accepted bidder U notl
-sfi k' s P ro Po s al bas been accepted, and
fallnrc in this* respect will sbuject him to the
eitnre of his certified check, and the reroca-
J!P n °l h!a letter of acceptance. This condition
.ust ho agreed to by each !>idder in his written
Pr°P°? a '- There is no special form of proposal.
a GoT "7 ,ment reserves toe right to reject any
?k * " 1 " c - Proposals should be addressed to
' ac <■ omraandlnp Officer, Northern Division, U.
!8. Revenue-Cutter Service. Custom House, Port
Lownsend, Waehlngten, and endorsed on the en
vfciops 'Proposals for the purchase of th* rev-
K n^r.c^ U t r Rt'SH. ,, (Signed) FRANKLIN Mc
Percy Walker Fails to Force
Racing Pilot Into Match;
Notes From Row
By LEON J. PINKSON
The conference arranged by Percy
1. "Waker, California representative of
the American Automobile association,
etween the representatives of Bob
Burman, the speed king:, and Barney
Oidfield, the veteran racing driver, to
bring their two stars together in a
match race proved as fruitless as all
other attempts. Oidfield declined to
enter into any competition with Bur
nan, even refusing a fee to drive an
exhibition mile at Burman's meet at
Emeryville next Sunday.
Following the conference "Walker, as
he said he would do, informed the Old
field management that It would have to
alter the style of its advertising in
c future and that any reference to a
ace meet would mean the cancella
tion of the National Automobile as
sociation's sanction for future events.
Manager E. A.. Morose for Bob Bur
man informed Walker that his meet at
Emeryville next Sunday would be an
open one td any car that cared to enter
and he guaranteed the Three A official
that in addition, t,© exhibition trials? for
mile records Burjnan would appear in
practically all the races.
Aside from Burman's Benzen Blitz
there are live other fast racing cars
Jin the Burman string and Moross
promisps a card that will make Bur
man, who is making his Initial ap
pearance on the coast, as popular here
as he is throughout the eastern cir-
Walker says he believes the Barman
meet will bd most exciting because of
the cars and drivers that are to par
ticipate, but should it prove of the
J same poor character as the Oidfield
meet he will issue the same warning
! regarding future exhibitions in Cali
fornia th%t he gave to the Oidfield
* # #
T. B. Kan Hue:* Laid to Rest —T. B.
Rawlinps, local manager of the Fiek
Tire and Rubber company, was buried
[yesterday in Alameda county. Rawl-
I ings died on Friday evening after a
[lingering Illness. Two months ago he
was stricken with paralysis while at
his post and never recovered sufficiently
to return to his office. Rawlirvgs was
one of the oldest tire men in the local
trade and had a host of friends both
on the local row and in automobile
circles in the bay counties.
* # #
MoFarland Headed Home From Mit-
I ehell Factory—O. C. McFarland. man
ager of the San Francisco branch of the
osen-MeFarland company, Mitchell dis
tributers, who has been spending the
last two weeks at the Mitchell factory
at Ratine, is now headed back to San
Francisco, having been successful in se
curing a liberal number of cars that
I are to be shipped to the coast wlthip
the week. The ear* are eeheduled to
arrive by December 1, In time to be on
display when the com
pany moves into its new home in Golden
Gate avenue above Van Ness.
* * *
lnm! Dee Prom Nevada— J. B.
manager of the San Francisco branch
r>f the Ford Motor company, who has
! hocn In the Nevada territory for the
last 1" tlays closing up agencies for
II ho 1913 season, is due back at the
rocal headquarters within the next few
days. From telegrams received by As
sistant Manager E. B. Anderson. Lund
has had a most successful trip and
more Fords than ever will be registered
in the Sagebrush state during the com.
* * *
Module Off for Franklin Factory—
j John V. McLain. manager of the San
Francisco branch of the Franklin Motor
Car company, left Sunday for the
Syracuse factory to attend the con
ference of branch managers. While
In the east McL,a!n will make a short
stay in New York and on his return
to the roast will visit the Franklin
agents in the northwest.
"All the \<••<*« All «be Time" i« the
llßcjr of The Call, the aevr, inde
CLjAIM AGAINST TRUST
COMPANY IS SETTLED
Compromise With Colton Estate
.liKlKe .1. M.' SeaweU yesterday gave
official sanction to a compromise where.
by the claims of the Ellen M. Colton
! estate against the California Safe D»-
I posit and Trust company for $405,340
I were eettled for $165,000 and a recelv.
er's certificate for $66,000 was present
ed to the trust company in settlement
of notes against the ©state. The Col-
I ton estate was the largest creditor of
I th*» defunrt institution.
The settlement also puts a quietus
on threatened litigation that would
have involved th# trust company in
legal difficulties for an extended period
and, according to Attorney T. W.
j ey, representing the public admlnistra
! tor, would have resulted in the depos
itor* receiving nothing for their pains.
The $66,000 by being credited in favor
of the trust company tends to raise the
pro rata for the depositors In the set
tlement of claims.
; BAEBEH EKDS LITE WITH GAS -William
Hoffman, a bxrtvr living Mt V2l Fiilt-Mi Street,
committed sulehlc jrMtc'fit/ morning by la-
UNIONS LINEO UP
FOR FIRE LADDIES
Labor Organizations Are Sup»
porting the Two Platoon
Local No. 24 of the
Bakers' and Confec
, ' tioners' union, at its
regular meeting last Saturday night,
donated $10 to the defense fund for the
union men now on tria\ in Indianapolis
and $5 to the marine gasoline engineers
on strike against the Crowley Launch
The local unanimously indorsed the
proposed charter amendment to reduce
the hours of the members of the paid
fire department from 24 to 12.
The local instructed its delegates to
the Ettor-Giovannittt Defense league to
continue as a permanent organization
for the defense -of working men who
may be accused of crime and brought
to trial, to the end that they may have
a "square deal" in court.
The committee on the ball that is to
be given in Majestic hall November 30
presented an encouraging report.
* * *
Local Xo. 22 of tne Carpenters* union
at its last meeting by unanimous vote
indorsed amendment No. 5 to the char"
ter of this city and county, which pro
vides that the members of the fire de
partment shall have a 12 instead of a
24 hour day. as at present.
It was decided that at the meeting on
November 22 the members shall vote on
the proposed amendments to the gen
eral constitution of the United Broth
erhood of Carpenters and Joiners of
America; on bylaws for the local and
on the proposition of the Building
Trades council to declare all election
days nonworking days in the building
The local paid $60 in accident bene
fits and donated $50 to members who
are in distress.
Ten candidates for membership were
elected and obligated and seven mem
bers from other locals were admitted
* #• *
The general executive board of the
International Brotherhod of Teamsters,
Chauffeurs, Stablemen and Helpers of
America at its last meting instructed
Vice President Peter Burke to proceed
to this state and request the Oakland
joint council to take immediate action
along the line of bringing into one or
ganization all milk wagon drivers of
Oakland. The board instructed the
vice president to impress on the coun
cil the fact that the board is of the
unanimous opinion that "the safest and
surest way to bring? about this condi
tion Iβ for the council to recommend
the revocation of the charter of local
No.-298 and to organize a new local of
milk wagon drivers in that city."
* # *
Local Xo. 2 of the Journeymen Tail
ors' union has reported to the San
Francisco Labor council that two mor?
of the large dealers in Market street
employing alteration hands and bush
elrnen have agreed to comply with
union regulations, and that the pickets
have been called off, but in their place
men have been stationed in front of
these places to call out, "This house
is fair to the public." The local ex
pects before the close of the week to
have all other dealers against whom
the men have struck sign the regular
* # *
Local No. 10,367 of the Janitors'union
last Sunday had first nominations for
officers to be selected for the ensuing
term. Second or additional nomina
tions will be in order at the meeting of
The financial officers were instructed
to take the necessary steps to make
all members who arc in arrears "come
up to the captain's office and settle up"
so as to place themselves in good finan
cial standing with the local.
Three candidates elected, obli
gated and seated as members of the
* * #
A vaudeville entertainment, inter
spersed with addresses by J. Stitt Wil
son and nther speakers, to be followed
by dancing, will be given in the Sutter
street pavilion Saturday night by the
central committee of the socialists'
* » ♦
The law and legislative committee of
the San Francisco Labor council will
hold a special meeting tomorrow night
to consider further the many amend
ments to the city and county charter
and devote particular attention to such
measures as affect labor.
The flour mill and warehouse men,
recently organized into a union, held
an open meeting last Sunday, and, after
listening to an address by Special Or
ganizer E. H. Misner, elected and obli
gated a eiass of 20 candidates for mem
* * ♦
J. W. Hays, secretary of the Inter
national Typographical union, is ob
taining data to use in a plan to es
tablish an employment bureau, which,
under instruction from the last con
vention of the international body, is
to be under his supervision.
The socialist labor party, under the
auspices of the county central com
mittee, will give an entertainment in
the Sutter street pavilion November
23. There will be a program of vaude
ville numbers, addresses by J. Stitt
Wilson and others, and dancing.
* # #
Mre. Fremont Older presented a
written request to the San Francisco
Labor council at its last meeting for a
donation to assist in opening and main
taining a rest room for men who wait
anound a named employment office for
a job. The communication was filed.
* •* ♦
The Retail Delivery Wagon Drivers'
union has voted $50 to the fund for
the defense of the men on trtal in
Indianapolis. The Office Employes' as
sociation has donated $75 to the same
William A. Cole, an executive officer
of the United Brotherhood of Carpen
ters and Joiners of America, i 3 visiting
unions in the San Joaquin valley in the
interest of the wood workers' trade.
I Births, Marriages, Deaths |
; Marriage Licenses
♦. —■ •»
Tin* fo'lowing marrlajEc licensee were leeued
Monday, Nnvwr.ber IN 1012:
ALSOr—WXAHANTV-AlexHnder w. Alsep, ?.€>.
ami M-itpt'trute A. DeJalianty. 22, both of 912
BAUSTK! >-:KI - rASSAfcTIJs'O—IjrneJrto Balls
triprl, 2«. l*0<: Mkmmi strict, and AnttoiinetU
P*m*.i»'ua, ST». Srte Vallejn etreet.
CHAMH.KU—NT EHSLtfK—Horaw 1,. Chandler. 1
2:i, .md Ella Nuesslei 23. both of Petalnma.
FISH— \NOEIISON—Jest* R. 11. Fieh. 32, 1630
Hnnr'icr, Rt»<<t, nnd Amanda Anderson. 28, 211
FRIKni.SY-OSTROWSKI—AIbert Frledley. SO.
Oakland, ntui Florence M. OetrctWßki. 27. 2448
UAnnoN-- WARD—Frederick Haddon. 3.1, and
Qladr* %»'•*»«, -*■ Ix'Hi of 381 Broa<Jwa.r.
HAYNKS THORNTON—Fred Ilaynrx, 2«, and
MargaKt T.«M-i!loii, 34, both of Oakland.
HIOUCHI—IfiOURHf— -Htmc HlgnHil. 35, and
Tefsii Jiijruhbi. X,. t.oth of Oakland.
ISItAKr.-~;»KI;OM>— A'.e lismel. 24, 1241 Jackson
street, ai.il Sophie 11. Herold. IK, Oakland.
JOHNSON —ROTH —Georce O. Johnson, 30, Port -'
land, (>nn., and ClaxlacU ftoth. 20. 312 Baxt
j BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS
KEIXY—KOGAN—Tohn F. Kelly. 2«. Mβ* ?****
street, anl Hanntfc J. Hogan, 22, 2123 Brod
LUND—JAMES—CarI Land. 34, end Mary Ja-aee,
HS. !>oUi of 3rts Fifth street. A . ._,
MAGEK-SWANIiOLT—JobP R. Magee. 2J. iOH
Capitol avenue, an<l Mildred M. Swanholt, 21,
C«0 Church Ftreet.
McDEVITT—MADDEN—Arthur J. McDevitt. 27.
10 Dame etr«>t, aud Nellie M. Madden, 24. 38
MILLER— L. Miller, 2i. 452
London sirc-et, and Emily Caldera, 8 Godeus
O'BRIEN—FRBNCHECK—John D. O'Brien, 3S.
Los Angles, and MU'ie C. Frencheck, 33. Har
bor Beach. Midi.
21. San Joew, and Mar' J. Plutnmer. 16, Daly
29. ISOcJ Mcton sto.tt. and Delsie Sangalli, SS,
442 I'nion street.
POST—LEVKY—Clarence F. Post. 27, Tacoraa.
Wash., and Katherine J. Levey. 27. 2130 Sac
ramento street. „„
VALLONE—MA UGI Rr—Giuseppe Vallone.
and Grnoo Mnuglri, 2*7, both of 40 Valparaiso
VENTia.\-PARAMAGINI—Henrr Ventura. 20.
and Tdifh I'.uamagiui, 19, both of 3T3 Lom
The f<»llowinp mt-rriage licenses were issued
Moodar, November IS. 1012:
CLARK—CONGER—John P. dark, 23. and Grace ,
E. Conjrer. 22. both of Oakland. al
ESTERHELT—O'BRIEN—Iosiah Esterhelt. 64.
and Mary A. J. O'Brien. 58. both of Oakland.
FREITAS—SOUZA—John Freitas, -2, and Ida
Souzn, 20. both of Oakland. „
HORNER— FARMER—William A. Homer. Sj.
Wenatchee. Wash., and Anna N. Farmer. H.
KEENS—HEXDRICKS—Frank Keens. 23, Yen
lee. and Amy Hendrlcks. 21. Berkeley.
MAHAFFEY—WALTON—Frank G. Mahaffey. 21,
and Theodora Walton. 18. both of Sacramento.
MOREHOUSE—REKD—Frank B. Morehouse, 25,
and Edna B. Seed. 23 both of Al*meda.
MOREIRA—PONTE—ManueI Moreira, 23. and
Idn C. Ponte, 23. both of Oakland.
NEWBY—DE COSTA—Arth'iv F. Newby. 34. and
Mary E. de Costa. 28. both of Oakland.
POSTON—HORN—Morry p.»ton. 30, and Carrie
W. Horn. 42, both of Oakland.
VALLADON—PIVA—WiIIiam J. Valladon. 22,
and Wilhelmina Piva, Iβ, botb of Oakland.
DUGGAN—In this city. November 17, 1912, to
the wife of William Duggan, a eon.
SCHILLICR— In this city. November Iβ, 1912, to
the wife of Otto V. Schiller, a daughter.
ZOEKB—In tki» city to the wife of William
Zoerb, a dsuybter.
JONES—LANOE—In this city. November 16. j
1812. H-nry 1C Jones of Los Angeles ami Zona |
C. Lai«:e <f Si") Frunci^co.
ROBB—WELLS—In this city, November Iβ. 1912.
by Rev. JoLu Stephens, pastor of Grace Metb<v
dlst :;[> : s."opal church, James Robb and Eva \.
Wells, bcih of Sail Fr»nclsco.
MAJOR GENERAL H. C. MESSIAH, SOLDIER.
Portland. Me., Nov. IS.—Major General Henry
Clay Merriam, retired, died at his home in this
city today after an illness of nearly two years.
General Merriam was born at Houlton in 1837
and in 1862 he was comnissioned captain in
the Twentieth Maine regiment. He was bre
vetted for gallantry at Antietam.
Annuzzl, Leonardo. .101 Foubert. Eugene J., r>6
Bellmer. John H.... 41 Hirslnger. George K. 43
Bruuschwiler, LUHe. —!Jacobson, Capt. H..G7
Burke. James 71|Levy, Mollie 30
Butler. Thomas J... StiiMcCaffrey. Rose A.- SO
Carvlll, Katherine.. . — Mc<snn. John B —
Casey, James V — McCarthy. John W.. —
Collonan. Mary A... 70 Meyer, Leopold «j
Copeland, Isaac .... 68 Noller, Dorris Z'l
Cornfoot (Mass) Oellly,. Adelaide E.. . - -
Crockard. Charlotte. — Scrim β-er, Nancy C.. -70
Cu*eo. Domenlco ... 80 Stewart, George 8... 40
Cushman. Esther — Tafflader, Robert... SO
Eggert. Fried* 40 Will. Frederick A... 75
Fordice. Elizabeth A. — Williams, Margaret. 43
ANNTJZ2I—In tnis e;iy. Nnvembet Iβ. 1912.
Leonardo, dearly beloved husband of Maria
Annusxi, and devoted father of Joseph and
Vincenw> Annuszi and Mrs. Carmela Cam
pagna and Mrs. Gelsomtna Marino, a native
of Verbiearo, Italy, aged 101 years 9 months
and S day*.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attei.d tie fvneral today (Tuesday).
November 19. 1912. at 10 o'clock a. m., from
his late residence, 370 Gr#en street near
Kearny, theme to Sts. Peter and Paul (Ital
ian) church for blebsing, thence to cemetery
BELLMER—In this city. November 16, 1912,
John H-, dearly beloved husband of Alvina
Bellmer, and loving father of Anita and Edna
Bellmer, and brother of August Bellmer and
Mrs. Lena Fanton, Mrs. Sophie Scheunemaun
and Henry Bellmer and Mrs. August Mohr and
Mrs. Mary Aldinger and Herman Kruse. a ua
tive of Germany, aged 41 years 10 months aud
21 days. A member of Germanla club: Golden
Gate Aerie No. 61, F. O. E.. and Coneordia
Lodge No. 122. I. O. O. F.
frViends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited ta Pti<-n<l tbo fi'neral tomorrow (Wednes
day), November 80. ot 2 p. m,, from the par
lors ef H. f. Suhr A. Co.. 2019 Mission street
betwwa Tw(-nty-f.ftii and Twenty-sixth. !»
term-nt Mi>un» Olivet cemetery, by electric
fnnertl t«r fron. Tveiitj -eighth and Valencia
BRITNSCHWILER—In this city. November 18,
, Lillie G., beloved daughter of Caroline and
tbe late Joseph Brunschwiler, and slater of
Joseph Brunscbwiler and Mrs. F. L. Junes, a
nati%-e of Chicago,
Friends and acqnalntanrce are respectfully in
vite,] t< atteml the funeral today (Tuesday).
November 19, 1912, at 8:45 o'clock a. m..
from her late residence, 446 Broderlck street.
thence to St. Boniface's cfcurch, where a requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of her
soul, eommeneing at 9:30 o'clock a, in. Inter
ment Holy Crocs cemetery.
BTTRKE—In this city, Novcnber l f i. 191-. James
Burke, a native of Massachusetts, agcrt 71
BUTLEB—In thi* city, November 18, 1012.
Thomas J., beloved husband of Kate Butler,
and father of John. T. J. .Ir.. James A. and
Walter R. Butler, a native of Maine, aged X
years 9 months and 29 days.
Friends are respectfully invited to Htterni the
funeral services tomorrow (Wednesday t. No
vember 20, 1912. at 1:30 o'clock p. m.. at his
late residence, 1717 Alaoama street between
Montcaltn end Rntledge. Interment Cypress
Lawn cemetery, by carriage.
CARVTLL—F.ntered into rest. November 17. li'l2.
at her late residence, 103.'> Lincoln aveutje,
Alameda. Cal., Katherine Carvill. dearly be
loved wife of Almon D. Carvlll and loving sis
ter of Mrs. George H. Plppy of Sau Mateo.
Cal., and Mrs. J. If. Steadman of Portland.
Me., a native of Massachusetts.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow iWetines
day), at 9 o'clock a. m., from the parlors of
• iantner Brothers. Guerrero street between
Hlxteenth and Seventeenth, tuence W Mission
Dolores church, where a requiem high mass
will be celebrated for the repoee of ber soul,
commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment
Holy Cross cemetery, by carriage.
CASEY—In this city, November 17, 19IU, James
F., dearly beloved sod of Elisabeth and the
late Owen Casey, and loving brother of Thomas
H. and Margaret A. Casey and Mrs. Frank
J. Healy. a native Vf San JTrancisco.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited *o a;t«jna the funeral Unlay (Tuesday),
at 0:30 .n. m.. from the parlors of tbe United
Undertakers, 2606 Howard street n*ar Twenty,
second, thence to St. James church, where a
solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated
for tbe repose of bis soul, commencing at 10
o'clock a. vi. Interment (private; Holy Cross
COLLONAN— In this city, November 17. 1912,
Mary A. Collonar. beloved wife of the late
William J. Collonan. ami .mother of Michael
J., William J.. J. Estelle, Cornelius K. and
John I. Collonan and Mrs, George Kyte, and
eister of tbe late Brother Manning <S. j.t, a
native of County Kerry, Ireland, aged 70 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited t« attend Uμ funeral tomorrow (Wednes
day), No'emhei i'O. 1912. at 8:30 n. m., from
her late residence. 61 Valley street. tOMcC Iβ
Bt. ''anl's eliuroh. where a reqniem hlcli m»«s
will b« « ifbrated for the repose of her xoul.
oommfiiftne nt 9 o'clock a. ni. Interment Holy
COFELANI>--In Alemeds. November 17. 1912.
Isaac Copeland, beloved husband of Sarah E.
Copeltnd. father of William F. Copelspd. Mr*.
Irene M. Cosgrave. Florence K. and Arthur I
Copeland. a native of N'ovh ikotia, aged 6S
years 8 months and 7 days.
Friends nud acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednes
day), November 20. ff>l2, .it 8 o'clock p. m..
from the Masonic temple, park wtreet and Ala
merla avenue, under tbe ansplce* of Oak Grove
Lodge No. Uir>. r. & A. ML Incineration Celt
fornia El Crematorium.
CORNFOOT —An anniversary solemn requiem I
bijth mass will be celebrated for the repose of
the soul of the late David Corn foot fit St.
Dominic's church tomorrow (Wednesday J . com
mencing at 10 o'clock a. ro.
CROOKARD— In this city, November 17. 1912.
Charlotte Elisabeth, wife of John Croekard,
and beloved mother of Edward end John Han- i
for'l Crorkard. end daughter of Emma Han- j
ford ami the late Isaac Hauforri end sister of '
Eveline lUnford. a native of Yreka. Siskiyou i
county. Cal. (Yreka, Slskiyou county, papers ;
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
viteil to attend the funersl tml«y iTnesdayt.
at 1:30 o'clock p. m.. from her late residence,
1105 Phel]>s (l*i street. Bay View. Interment!
Mount Olivet cemetery, by automobile.
CtmSO—ln this city. Novemt*r IK. 1812. Dome-!
nico Cuneo. beloved brother in lsw of Mr*.
Teresa Cuneo, beloved uncle of John. Frank :
am! riiarlie Cuneo. Mrs. Late* I'Mcitulli. Mr*, j
Jennie Kume.ver. (ilovnnpi atxl Liiigl Cnneo, n
native of Italy, aged SO year* 1! ui<«ths and •
Friends and acquaintances ere respectfully in-
to attend the funersl Tliiir*.d!i,Y. ' No
vember 21, 1912. «t !) o'clock a. m.. rreesj
the perlors of G. laccheri & Co., ISM Stockton!
stredt between Green and Uniou, thence te St. I
Peter's and Paul's Italian fhnrch, where *
solemn requiem bigu mass will be celebr *
for tbe repose of bis soul, commencing a*
o'clock a. m., tbcnce to Holy -Oross cemetery
for Interment. 'V
CTJSHJfAN—At Columbus. 0.. November It,
1912, Esther, beloved wife of Gabriel Cushman.
and loving mother of Marlmn Cushman. and
deToted daughter of Racbel and the ltta lea
dore BoseDbanm, and loving sister of Jake.
Sol, Simon. Joe. Harr.v. Florence. Gertrude and
Gladys Rosenbaom, a native of Virginia City.
Key. (Virginia City paper* please copy.)
Friends ami acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attcud the funeral servicet todar
(Tuesday). November 13. 1912, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at the residence of ber mother. 3223
Clay street. Interment Eternal Home ceme
tery, by automobile.
EGGERT— In Thalhelm. November 15. 1912,
Frieda. Uearly beloved wife of Antone Egbert,
and beloved daughter of Mrs. Caroline Held
and the late Fred Held of noben*oller:>. Ger
many, and loving eiiter of Mrs. C. Schoeser
and Mrs. E. Eiigelfried of San Francisco and
Fred Held and Mr*. L. Dagenbach of Hohen
sollern, Germany, and Mrs. Rev. Frank ot
Queensland. Australia, a native of Hobensoi
lern. Germany, aged 40 years 7 months and 14
Friends and acquaintance* are respectfully in
vited t<. attend the funeral today (Tueeday».
at 1 o'clock p. m., from the parlors of H. F.
Swhr & Co.. 2019 Mission street between Twen
ty-flftb nnfl Twenty-sixth. Incineration Cy
press Lawn cemetery, by electric funeral car
from Twenty-elgbtb and Valencia streets.
FORDICE— In this city. November 17. 1912.
Elisabeth A. Fordice. wife of the late J. V.
Fordice a native of Troy, N. V.
The futi«-r.il win tak* place today (Tues
day), at 9:30 o'clock a. m.. from her late resi
dence. 2.592 Harrison street, theace to St.
Peter's church, where n requiem mass will be
celebrated for the repose of her soul. »t 0:45
o'clock a. m. lutermeot Holy Cross ceme
FOT/BEB.T—In Oakland, November IT. 1012.
Eugene J. Foubert. dearly beloved husband of
Mary R. Foubert. and son of Virginia Foubert,
and devoted father of Emile A., Albert F.,
Eugene C, Henry C. Raymond and Ira Fon
bert and Mrs. M. Carpenter and Mrs. Gold
smith, a native of San Frincisco, aged 56
years 5 months and 11 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral services today
(Tuesday). November 19. 1912, at 2 o'clock
P. m., at the family residence. 1810 Russell
street, Berkeley, thence to Mountain View
HIRSINGEE—In this city, November Iβ, IP
George Emile Hirsinger. and beloved hnsbane
of Gertrude Hirsinger. and father of George.
Frank and Harry Hlrsineer. and son of Erailo
Hirsinger, and brtvther of Mrs. Emily Llstman.
a native of Alsace, aged 43 years 3 months
and 11 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Tuesday),
at 1 o'clock p. m.. from the chapel of Julius S.
Godeau. 41 Van Ness avenue. Interment Holy
JACoBBoN—Drowned, at Coos Bay. Ore.. No
vember 1. 1812. Captain Henrick Jaeobson.
husband of tlie late Mary F. Jacobson. and lov
ing father of Neaa and Johnnie Jacobson and
Mrs. Sadie Prine. a native of Denmark, aged
67 years. A member of Master Mariners' As
sociation of San Francisco. (Oregon papers
Friends are respectfully invited to attend the
fnncril Mrrvlres today (Tuesday). November
10. at 11 a. m.. at Trinity English Lutheran
church, Howard street between Eighteenth and
Nineteenth. Interment Cypress Lawn ceme
tery, by automobile. Remains at the chapel of
the Truraae Undertaking Company. 1019 Mis
sion street between Fifteenth aud Sixteenth.
LEVY—Mollie, beloved wife of Aaron Lew. and
devoted mother of Meyer. Celi* and Sydney
Levy, a native of New York, aged SO years.
McCAFFHEY— In this city. November Iβ, 191.,
Hose A. McCaffrey, a native of Ireland aged
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to ntfoiid tic. funeral today (Tuesdjyi.
November 1», 1912. at 10:30 a. m., from the.
parlors of I). I. Keouy. 1«.'.0-r.2 Eddy street
near Stelner. thence to St. James church.
where a solemn requiem blsh mass will i>«
celebrated for the repose of her soul, com
mencing at 11 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
cemetefc-. by automobile.
McCANW—In this city November Iβ. 1913. John
8., beloved husband ©f the late Annie Marie
McCann, and father of Frank J. McCann. and
loving son of Francis T. and Mary MrCsnn.
and brother of Edward A., Robert W. t Harry
J. and Julia McCsnn aud Mrs. J. Casad and
Mrs. E. Mclaughlin, a native of San Fran
etsca A member of Hoisting and Portable
Kugineerg Hβ. 09.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to iii , m<l the funeral today (Tuesday).
at 8:45 o'clock a. m., from his late residence.
2817 Geary street, thence to Holy Crona
eoareh, Eddy street, where a requiem high
mess will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Inter
ment Holy Cross cemetery.
McCABTHY— In this city, November 17, 1912.
John \V., bejored husband of the late Mary A.
M.-Certhy. ao<J fatUer of Frank. George Albert
and Loretta McCarthy and J. T. Kinkade and
ttie late Annie and Walter McCarthy and '
J. T. Gaynor. t native of New York. 1
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to ojtcpd the funeral today (Tuesday >.
■at 8:30 a. vi.. from the funeral parlors of
Monahan & Co.. 2339-41 Mission street near
Nineteenth, thence to St. Peter's church, where
a requiem high mass will be celebrsted for the
repose ot bis soul, commencing at 9 a. m.
Interment private, by automobile.
MEYEa—In Antioch. Cal.. Leopold. belied
husbanrl of cviin* Meyer, brother of Alexander
«nd Gabriel Meyer, Mrs. Rose Roeder and Mr*.
Helen Dreyfus of New York city, a native of
Alsace, aged 65 years. (New York paper*
Services will be held tomorrow (Wednesday >.
at 12:30 o'clock p. m.. at the chapel of Home
of Peace cemetery.
NOLLER— In this city. November 17. 1912, Dor
rls, dearly beloved wife of Kobert Noller. and
loving sister of Mrs. Maiie. Gandrasa, Frlti.
Alvlna. Augusta, Sophie and Tillle Lampe nf
Germany, and niece of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hage of San Francisco, a native of Vegesaek,
Bremen. Germany, aged 22 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited u> atteDd tin- funeral today (Tues
day?, November 19. at 2:30 p. m. from the
parlors of H. F. Subr & Co., 2910 Mission
street between Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth.
Interment Mount Olivet cemetery, by auto
HEILLY—In this city. Monday. November I*,
Iftlt, at her lete residence, Adelaide E. X
beloved wife of Itov. W. Maxwell Reilly, a
native of Calcutta, India.
Funeral services at her ",ate residence, ITS>
Twenty-seventh avenue, today (Tuesday). No
vember 19, 191-. at 2 p. m. Interment private.
BCRIMGER—In Oakland. November 18, I!M_\
Nancy C. Serimger, beloved mother of Mr«.
joeias McGaviu, a native of Ohio, aged 76
STEWAJtT—In Salinas. November 16. 1912.
George 8., beloved son of the late Thomas
and Margaret Stewart, and brother of Mrs.
Robert Taylor, Mrs. Itobert I , age and Mrs.
Henry Wlttkopp, Thomas and James Stewart
Sr.. ML Bernard. S. N. D., and the late John
Stewart, a native of San Francisco, aged 40
The funeral will take place today (Tuesday).
at 8:30 from the funeral parlors of H. F. Suhr
& Co., 2919 Mission street. tbenc# to St. John's
church, where a requiem mass will be oeiebrat
ed for the repose of bis soul, commercing at
9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
TAFFINDER —In this city, November 17, 1912.
Robert Tafflnder, a native of England, aged 80
WILL—In this city, November 13, 1912, Freder
ick A., beloved husband of Annie M. Will, and
father of Mrs. James Stewart and Frederick
O. Will, a native of Albany, N. V.. aged 75
years and 11 days.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the
funeril services tedaj (Tuesday), Novem
ber 18, at t p. iv.. at Uolden Gate Com
mandery halt. 2137 Sutter street, under the
auspices of California Uxijje No. 1. F. & A. M.
Interment private. Remains at Gray's chapel,
Geary and Oevlsadero street*. "*•
VETERAN VOM'NTEER FIREMEN'S ASSOCIA
TION OF CALIFORNIA—Officers and members
are requested to attend the funeral of our lat«
member, Fre<!«-W< k A. Will, tadsy (Tues
day (. November li». at 1:30 p. m., at Golden
Gate Coinmandery hall, Matte* afreet near Stei
ner. By order S. BUNNER, President.
O. W. BAVREITTHER. Secretary.
VETERANS. N. G. C. -Will assemble at 11«O
Eddy street today (ToexfayV. November 10.
1912. at 12:30 p. m. 'terp, 1" attend the funeral
of our late comrade. F. A. Will. Firing squ»d
will take notice.
JOB?! T. KIDP. Commandpr.
H. C. MAYER. Adjutant.
NATIONALS. ATTENTION -\II active and vet
eran member* sre b*nby onlered to report at
the undertaking |-arlorn ot N. Gray ft (v,
Geary and Devisadero Mtreet*. at 12:45 p. m.,
Noveml>er 10. to attend the funeral of our late
commander. T. A. Will.
H. H. MITCFIKLL. C«pt. Commanding.
WILLIAMS—In this city. November 17. 1»12
Margaret F. WiMlnnis, l.clove.l wife of John
Williams, a native of San Francieco, aeed ir,
The funeral will take place tomorrow
JWednesday), at 1 o'clo. k p. m.. from the
parlors of J. C. O'Connor & On.. 532-534 Va
lencia street. Interment Holy Cross cemeJerv
by carriage. * ' "
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