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Address AH Communications to
THE SAX FHANCISCO C»T,L
Telephone "Kearny Sβ"—Auk for Tbe
Call. The Operator Will Connect
You With the Department Yon Wise.
BrPTNKPS OFFTCE AND EDITORIAL.
ROOMS. Market and Third Streets.
Open until 11 o'clock every night In
the year.
MAIN CITY BRANCH. 1657 Flllmore
Street, near Post.
OAKLAND OFFICK. 7MO Broadway.
Telephone Oakland 1083.
ALAMEDA OFFICE. H35 Park Street.
Telephone Alameda 559.
BERKELEY OFFICE. 2011 Shnttuck
Aver.ue. Telephone Berkeley 77.
CHTCAOO OFFTCE, 902 Marquette
Buildinar. O. Geo. Krogness. Adver
tising Asrent.
NFTV YORK 92K Brunswick
Building. J. C. Wilberding. Adver
tising Apent.
LOS ANGELES OFFTCE. 1027 TVest
Twenty-third Street. Home phone
22417. ' William TV Wlnrup. Agent.
WASHINGTON NEWS BT T RKAU. Pest
Building-. Ira E. Bennett, Corre
spondent.
NEW YORK NEWS BT'RFATT. 518
Trlbnnp Building. C. C. Carlton, Cor
respondent.
Foreicn Officee t»Ti»re The Call Iβ on
File:
LONDON Fnc.3 Regent Street. S. W.
PARTS. France 53 Rue Cambon
BERLTN. fj*rm«ny. ,Unt«r <len Linden 3
ALL POSTMASTERS ARE ATTHOR
TZED TO REOF'VF ST T^SCRTPTTONS
Pamole Copies "Will Be Forwarded
When Requested.
Mai! subscribers in ordering change of
address should be particular to eive
both NEW and OLD ADDRESS in
order to <=pc"ro a prompt and correct
compliance with their request.
MEirmgs—judges
BAIJ)ER Lodge No. m°>. F. * A. M.— *
Special meeting THIS (SATCRPAY) yw
EVENING, commencine at 7:30 o'clock. /V\
l'irsr degree. A. r.T'NPQVIST. Sec.
AUSTRIAN Military and Benevolent As fc-e?V>j
Foc.ation —Membem are notified to UM
attend the fnneral of our late brother, rjagg*
P. GLA VAN. from our hall, 5W Fulton * r e* e
wt., SINPAY. January 12. 1913. at 1 p. m.
Fine for nonattendance. By order of
P. I IULOTICH. President.
PATE F. BERTICII, Sec.
Military Section to attend in full uniform.
S. RAICEVICH, Captain.
J. WEISS. First Se-g-ar',
GOLDEN GATE Encampment No. 1. I. O. *?\
t< r.—Regular meeting TONIGHT. In- *A?
tion of officers. All are welcome. fCL
THOS. S KELLY. C. P. <H^
OFFICERS and members Marine Engineers l?en«
-flcial Association No. SS, are requested tr> at
tend the funeral cervices of our late brother.
GEORGE SCJIMITH. SATT'RDAY, January 11.
3913, at in a. m.. from the parlors of Barry
& Scully, 927 Valencia st.
E. C. MAT SSHARPT. President.
VINCENT CARROLL. Rpc. Sec.
+ __ «.
Marriage Licenses
* , »
SW FRANCISCO
Tbe following marriage licensee were Issued
Friday. January 10. 1913:
BALHACri—BCILANDI—Giuseppe Baldaccl. 26,
144r> Sacramento street, and Anglollna Bel
lundi. 2>\ "210 Brchanan street.
PRANKS— BLBCKER— Looto Franks. 30, Coal
inga. and Sarah Bleckt-r. 2". Oakland.
LACHMAN—MIDWORN— leak M. Laehman. 38.
and Anna Miluworn, IS, both of 1721 Eddy
LORINZINI— HTBBERT—Edward J. Lorinzlnl.
21, H<>a!d«hnrs. and Hazel K. Hubbert, 19, 22
pros'iect street.
MARSiI — ST'MNER—Brirnham W. Mar«n. 22.
Mill Valley, and Florence G. Sumner. 20. 1266
I'Tiion street.
NITTMAN— PEICHLER— FTed J. Nuttman, 21,
terrero street, and Hettle J. Delehler, 19,
-.1 Twpntyfifth street.
■rNGER—BESSIF.RE—EmII Redlnger. 24.
and Feraande Bessiere, 2.3, both of San Fran
cisco.
STARR—RKARDON —Joseph A. Starr. 26, 72
Hartford meet, and Katlu-rine Reardon, 24,
Clipper street.
OAKLAND
The f'Mlowinj: marriage licenses were Issued
Friday, January IC, 191o:
MILLS—MATER—J"hn P. Mills, 44, and Emma
Mayer. 44. both of Oakland.
PERRTMAN—TCCKER—Frederic* W. Terry
mar;. 35, and Mary C. Tucker, 22, botU of Ala
meda.
BECOK—FAV—.losiah W. Seeor, 33. and Maud E.
Fay. 28. both of Berkeley.
SMITH—rOATES—John A. Smith, 22. and Ethel
L. Ooates, 21. both of Oaklard.
BIRTHS
BT LLARD—In this city. January 2. 1913. to tbe
wife of Thomas ,S. Buil&rd (□•Jβ Baker J, a
daughter.
CLTHBKRT—In Ss-raibento. January 7. 1913. to
the wife of W. G. Cuthbert (formerly Muriel
Christian of Oakland), ■ daughter.
RODMAN—In this city. January 5, 1013, to tbe
wife I L. Rodman, a Ron.
"marriages
11 ROPER— WOODS—Tn this city. January 9,
by Rot. Jolm Kroehnke. Herman Bruce
■■!':• i-ii'! r:;hel Catherine Woods.
OBITUABT
MRB. A. P. HODGDON—Mrs. Ambrose P. Hodg
doo. 2033 B«i<er etreet, ■ ptooeef resident of
California, di<<l in ber doom last night after
two v.ppfcs' illness. H«Brt failure was the
direct cause of death. years old.
Aβ Elmira C. Medina, the decedent came to
Sacramento from Aihwiy. N. V.. in 15."2. Two
year--- la' >r she married Ambrose Hodgdon.
Purine the last GO years she has l>een n r°si
<'ent of San Francis<-o. Two children survire.
On". Herbert F. Hodcdon. is a member of the
real e*tato firm of Mridison & Burke aivi the
other Is MEt». J F. ITarms.
HOMER LAUGHLIN, CAPITALIST—I.os Ange
l»p. Jan. 10.— Hetoer f-auphlln, a capitalist of
I">s Anjoles. nnd formerly a pottery manu
r of Eiaat r.irerpool. 0.. died here today.
Hβ was strick»';i recently with both pneumonia
and appen(:icit'=. l:avi:ijr undergone an opera
tion for the latter. Fie built the first fireproof
office building in southern California. Hi- w:is
.-ears old.
MRS. H. E. JEWETT—Sacramento. Jan. 10. —
Wort vras received here today of the death In
Washington. D. C of Mrs. H. E. J*wett, a
f onspr Sacrnmento woman. She was a daugh
ter of the Rev. I. K. Dwinell. pastor for tyro
of the Sacramento Congregational church.
carried Rcr. Henry E. Jewett, who was
past"!- of drarehes at Redwood City, Berke
ley and Vacavjile.
T. T. POWER, EDUCATOR—Pixon. Jsn. 10.—
T. T. Power, a pioneer teacher of California.
'rninr! dead in bed here yesterday. He
was 74 years of ape, and was a graduate of
th» San Jo*" normal school. Ho ta-i?ht many I
yi»ars in Solann and Sonoma counties, and
many of the leading men in both counties were
his pupils.
JOSEPH MAlT— Alameda. Jan. 10.— Joseph Mait
i< dead at bin 1719 Broadway. He was
a nstlrp of Germany. 72 year« of ate. Mait is
Rtirrired JiT bis wi<low and the sons
and daughters: Edward, Joseph H.. William
and Nellie Mait and Mrs. Annie SiUlck.
rXTGEKE ELAM BROWN. DOCTOR— Martinez.
I f>.—l>r. Eugene EUm Brown, former
" physician of Contra Costa county, and
r "f Martine*, died today. He was 56
• old.
DEATHS
Abraham. Beorjr ... 20'I.yttlr, Rachael 57
Bercin. Margaret ...,".", Bronre E. 4
Br«>z<', T.ouisß — JMrOlashan ....(Infant*
Brunß, Augusta 78 j Ifotrarto, Toomac ... 70
Brunz<;ll. Loolse H.rtrMi-i. Palmira fiB
Burke. Thomas 4H Molinari. George P. 4
riotbier. Elwoo<l M. 20 Noble, Hinpolyte.... 70
Paly. John A O'Brien, Timothy ..—
Pavies. Llewellyn... C7jO'Coaaer, Mary .... —
Prysdale, Kenneth... -■- jOshorn. Edward E.. —
Fahy. Julia 'PfelfTer, Christine ..SO
Ralleek. B»sJe sr!Phllllps. Bey. T Bβ
Olavan. peter f!.l Hsrr.r 46
<;-.igpller, Martha 2« Randall. Charles E. 4R
Herman. Kr»nk E.. 42i Robincon. .lofcn J. . . «B
Heinemnn. Pantile.. 7-. Bondeaa, A.. 74
Himmeistorn. Berths s< Roan, Ceorpe 5.-,
Hoflgdon. Btmfara C. - HtoOm, Iciuertr ...M
Porn. I.udwlg 7"i Schraifh. Oeone* , ...65
Incram. Robert H.. RftSchtnulian. Ephraim. 74,
Johnson. Ludan P.. 80 Skinner. Kf«ee !
Rahlctrotn, Carl M. .65 Small, Benjamin F. 76
Klngwel!. Vincent B — jstrsnaban. Matilda..—
Kocfe, Mary Tβ'SnJ'.ivan, Sarah M...90
Kragis. Michael ... <". Weder, Christian ~M
T-ery, Dora 76 i WaNb. James 26
Looner. ratrlck (J5 iWylaod. Edwin F... 2
ABRAHAM—In tills city. January 0. 1013. Henry.
leloved son of F.mmn ;iml the lute
Edward Abrabiim. and ]nvln« brother of Alfred
and Charles Abraham, r ustiv*? of San Fran
2i> years and 7 days.
Friends mil acquaintances are respectfully in
■»':e(j t<; attend the funernl Kervicfs t< morrow
(Soodar), January 12. 1013. at 2 p. m., at the
resldeufe of his parents, 121 Hoffman avenue
■ of Twenty-third strct. Interment Mount
Olivet cemetery, by carriage.
BERGIN—In tliis city. January S. 1913. Mar
garet, holovwi wife of Martin BTgin, and lov
ing mother of .Tob:i. Thomas. Maggie and N'pl
lle Mulhall, and sister of Mrs. Henley, and
beloved dsng v 'fer of Mr. and Mrs. John Gan-y,
a native of Tipperary. Ireland, aged 5." years.
Friends and ire respectfully In
vif-d to attend th» funeral today (Saturday),
at 1 o'clock p. m.. from the parlors of J. "c
O'Connor & Co., street Bear Six
teenth. Interment Holy Cross ceinet' ry.
BRXEZE—In this city. January 10. 1910. Louisa,
widotv of the late Thomas Breeze, and mother
of Mary F. (Breeze) Benson and William F.,
Thomas H. and Louiwa Bn-eze.
Services and interment strictly private.
BRUNS—In this city, January 9. 1913. Augusts.
beloved wife of the late Herman Bruns and
loving mother of Albert snd the late Julius A.
Eruns, a native of Berlin, Germany, aged 78
yearn.
Friends snd acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow liMin
flsy». January 14. at 10 a m.. from the parlors
Of Thoolor liierksTfc Co.. 900 Divisndero street
corner McAllister. Cremation Cypress L» wn
cvmetery, by electric fuaeral car from Turk
ami Steirer >treets.
BRUNZELL—At rest, in this city. January s>,
HU3. at her late reeitlence. 424 Russia avenue.
bootee Hult Bnsnzrtl. loving n;other of Betty
Brunzcll Lnckenback and Anna C. Brunzell and
John M., Gustaf. Carl. A«fV*l und Emma L.
BninzeU, a ratlve of Sweden, aged GO years 2
months and 2 days. papers please
copy. )
Friends are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral service? tomorrow (Sunday). January
Ii 1913. at 2 p. m.. at her late residence. 424
Russia avenue Mission street.
BURKE—In this city. January 10. 1913. at the
city and county hospital. Thomas Burke, a na
tive of New York, aged 43 years.
CLOTHIER—In San Rafael, January 10. 1913.
Elwood Meivin Clothier, beloved son of Mrs.
A. W. Clothier, and brother of Myra W. and
He!!en U. Clothier, a native of California, aged
2<> years 1 month and 14 dsys. (Sacramento
Vnion please copy.)
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral today (Saturday).
January 11. 1913. from California electric cre
matorium, Oakland, at 3:30 o'clock p. m.
DALY—In this city January 10. 1913. John A.
I>aly. beloved son of the late Timothy J. and
Annie Daly, and loving brother of Mrs. Ella
Joseph ami the late Pennis J. Daly, a native
of San Francisco. A member of 3 an Fr*n
-isco lodge No. 26. L. O. O. M.. and a Vet
rran of the Sr>ani«<h War. Company I, First
California Regiment.
Friends and acqualntanees are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral Monday. January
18. at 9 a. m.. from the rp*Me-i'-e of his sister.
Mrs Ella Jwtutl. 377."i Sacramento street,
thence to Holy fruss church, where n requiem
hiph ma«s will b« celebrated for the repose
•f his eoul. coTiimencins: at 9:30 a. m. Inter
ment Holy Cross cemetery, by automobile.
DAVIES— In N«pa, Cal.. January 9, 1913.
Llewellyn Davies dearly beloved husband of
I«abel! E. navies, and loving father of T. W.,
R. L. and J. T. Davies, and brother of Mrs. R.
L. Pavies, Mrs. Sarah Jones and Mrs. Mary
Lewi", a native of Wales, aged r>7 years. A
member of Oriental lodge No. 144. F. A A. M.,
and Pacific lodge No. V>r>. I. O. O. F.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Snn
day), at 1 p. m.. from Mission Masonic tem
pi-". 2«V>B Mission street between Twenty-second
and Twenty-third, under tlie auspices of Ori
ental lodge No. 144. F. & A. It. Incineration
Cyprese Lawn cemttery. Remains at the
fiineral psriors of Bunker & Lent. 2iVW Mission
street. Mission Masonic temple. Please omit
flo veers.
DRYSDALE— In this city. January 10. 1913.
Kenneth Drysdale. beloved con of Alfred and
Florence Drysdale, a native of San Francisco,
aged *> months.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services tomor
row (Sunday). January 12, 1913. at 11 o'clock
a. m.. at the home of Ms parents. 301 Freder
ick street between Belvedere and Cole. Inter
ment Cypress Lawn cemetery, by automobile.,
FAHY—In this city. January 10. 1913. Julia,
dearly beloved m<»thfT of Mrs. Catherine Coyne
and Julia Fahy Jr.. and grandmother of James
Egan and Mrs. Clarence I.yness and the late
Joseph Epar>. a native of County Galway, Ire
land.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral Monday, January
13. 191S, at 9 o'clock a. tn.. from the resi
dence of her dauehter, Mr«. Catherine Coyne,
114S Kentucky street, thence to St. Teresa's
church, where a requiem high mass will be
celebrated for th» repose of her soul, com
mencing at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy
Cross cemetery, by carriage.
GALLFCX--In this eltjr, January 10. 1913. Essie
Gnlleck dearly beloved and Idolized sister of
Mrs. J. B. Goldetone ntui Mrs. J. B. de las
CftMM. Hn. Colgate Baker Jr. of New York
.<:... Mrs. Charles K. Markman of Cbleajro,
111., and George and Peter Gs'leck. a native
of St. T,onK Mo., aged 36 years .1 months
end 2S days.
GLAVAJf—In this city. January S. 1913. Peter
Glavan, a native of Podvenzies, Croatia, Aus
tria, aged 63 years. .
Friends snd acquaintances are respectfully
invihvj to attend the f-.ineral services tomorrow
(Soaday), January 12. at 1:30 p. m.. at the
Ajßßtrlui Military hall. 566 Fulton street. Re
mains at the parlors of Julius S. Godeau. 305
Columbus avenue near Grant, till Sunday at
12:30 p. m.
GUGELLER—In this city. January 8. 1913. Mar
tta, beloved wife of Engene Gngeller, beloved
sister of Anna Streaub. a native of Switzer
land, aged 26 years 5 months and 17 days.
Friends ana acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services tomor
row iSunday!. January 12. 1913. at 1:30 p. m..
at fee parlors o? the Western Undertaking
company. ]'_>r>e Valencia Rtreet. Interment
Cypress Lswn cemetery, by carriage.
KARMAN—In this city. January 9. 1913. Frank
E.. IU-nrly beloved husband of Mary Herman,
and father of William. George and Albert Har
ruan, and sod of Sarah and the late William
Harman. and brother of William, George and
Sadie Harmsn and Mrs. J. Doyle and the late
Mr-. A. Steiger, a native of San Frasi--isc<>.
aged 42 years 1 month and 21 days. A member
of Carpenters' Union No. 22.
Friends *nd acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Saturday),
January 11. 1913. at 2 o'clock p. m.. under the
auspices of Carpenters' Union No. 22, from the
mortuary chapel of the Golden Gate Undertak
ing Company, 2475 Mission street near Twenty
first. Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery, by
carri:tg».
HEINEMAN— In Susanvllle. January 8. 1913.
Fannie, relict of Ellas Helneman. mother of
the :ate kb* a:)' Harry E. H?ineman. and
devoted mother of Moses, Felis and Irving
Heineman Mrs. J. Wellensteln. Mrs. H. M.
Mrs. Sol Pei*er. Mrs. J. S. Mor
ris of Lot Angele? and Mrs. Isaac Knoch of
Snsanville. a native of Germany, aged "3 year?.
The funeral service* W {u j, p tomorrow
(Sunday i. at 11:30 o'clock a. m.. at 646 Third
avenue. Interment private.
HIMMELSTEHN—In Beverungen. Germany. Jan
uary 9, 1913, Bertha Himmel«tern. dearly he
!ove«i mother of Lee and Julius HiniuuTstern.
of this city, aged 80 years.
HODGDON—In this city. January 9. 1913. Elmira
C. Hodgdon. a native of New York.
Id ferment private. Please omit flowers.
HORN -!n Elmira. January 8. 1913. Ludwlg. be
]nvc(\ father of Fred, EdwarO. Aug'iFf and
1>..-it Horn, a native of Klausdorf. llolsteln.
Germany, aged 73 years.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend the
funeral services today (tetutar). January
It. 1913, st 1:30 o'clock p. m.. at the rhapel
of H. P. Pet-rsen. 1342 DivlMilen> str«">t. Cre
mation (private) Cypress Lawn cemetery.
INGHAM —In Berkoiey. January 8. 1913. ReteM
H. Incram, beloved father of Mrs. Eiise I,uca«
arid R. H.. J. F. and W. G. Ingram, and
broth"-.- of r.jia end Tillie Ingram of Alemeda.
a native of Irtland. ngeil 69 years 10 months
and 4 days.
Frl"n(3s are respectfully invited to attend the
funeral services today (Saturday), January
11, at 2 p. in., at California crematorium
(at entrance to Mountain View cemetery).
Oakland. Remains »t the parlors of the
Albert Brown Indt-rtaking Company. 552 Thir
teenth street, Oakland, until 12 o'clock. Sat
urday. ,
JOHNSON—At sea, in the wreck of the "teamer
B - :•"■;■:;-. Captain Luclnn Field Johnson, be
loved son of Anna Rodgers ami the Kite Walter
J. Johnson, brother of Harry T., Charles R.
and Florence K. Johnson and Mrs. George H.
Ifluifie, a native of San Francisco, aged 30
years and S days.
Fripnds and acquaintances are respectfully
invite.) to e;ten<i tlie funeritl Monday at 1:30
o'clock p. in., from Richmond Masonic nnll.
corner Clement street and First avenve, undfr
the auspices of Mission !odce No. LOU. F. ft
A. M. Remains at his late residence, 29 John
ston avenue.
KAHLSTROM—In this city. January 9. 1913.
Car! If. Kahlstrotn. a native of Sweden, aged
65 yearn 1 month ami 5 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
v'tcii te attend the funeral services tomorrow
(Snriflay i. «t 10 o'clock a. m.. at the chape!
of Crsijr. Cocferra & Co.. 1169 Valencia street
near Twenty-third. Interment Cypress Lawn
cemetery, by carriage.
KING WELL- In this city. January 10, 1913.
Vlocenl B. Klnevx-U. I>elo7ed father of LPoiw
KlngweH, son ~f i.onisa and the lnte Vincent
T. Kingwe'il. and brother of I>r. John J.. Wil
liam. Kecinal.l rharl»s, BdWia Kingwell. Mrs.
T. G. Spline, Vivian Kingrveli and tlie late
Frank 1. Kingwell, a native of San Francisco.
Cal.
The funeral mtU take p'»c» today (Satur
day:, January 11. 1913. at S:CO o'clock a. m.,
from th« residence of his hrother William A.
Kingwell, 2556 Howard street, thence to Mis
sion Dolores church, where a mass will he
< e>l>rtited for the repose of his soul, com
mencinc at 9 o'clock s. m. Interment Holy
Crot-s cemetery, by automobile.
KOCK—In Alameds. January jo. 1913, Mary
Koch (nee Stase), beloved wifo of John George
Koc'i. and loving sister of Mrs. Emma Klein
■orpt and Charles Stase. a native of Germany,
aged 76 years 8 months and 8 days.
KRAOIB- -in this city. January 9. 1913. Michael
WHEN THE tTNDERTAKEB
EECOMES NECESSARY
SAVE: HALF the Funeral Expense.
Telephone
JULIIUS S. QOMIAV
Market 711. Oakland 4045.
Independent of the Trunt
THE GODEATT FUNEEAL SEE VICE will
furnUh for $75, embalming shrond. sllrer
mounted, clotii covered oaeket, faearse and
two carriages and give personal super
vision.
TEUST TJXDEH.TAKERS WILt CHARGE
you $7." for the oaskft alone, and all
tlifir price* an- i>roportionate.
Gcdeau Funeral Berrice Savea You Half.
Auto ambulauco. carriages and autos for hire.
BAN FEANCISCO OAKI^ND
41 Van Neae Aye, 2210 Webster Bt.
305 Columbus Aye. Phone Otk. 4046
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1913.
Kragis. a native of Russia, aired 43 years. A
member of Alaska Fishermen's Union.
Friends and acquaintancea are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Saturday*.
«t H o'clock a. m.. from the chapel of Craig.
Oocbran & Co.. 11C9 Valencia »treet near
Tw«nty-ttair<l. Interment Mount Olivet ceme
tery, by automobile.
LEVY—In Vlse'.la. January 10, 1913. Dora l>vy,
beloved wife of the late Julius Levy, a netlve
of i;< rrnany. aged 76 years.
LOONEY—In this city. January «. 1913, Patrick
T.ooney, a native of Cork. Ireland, aged »»o
year*.
Priends end acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services Monday.
January 13, at 1 a. m.. at the chapel of
Jnlins "S. Godeau, 41 Van Ness avenue near
Market street.
LYTTTJ2 —In this fttjr, .Tannery 10. 1913.
Rachael. beloved wife of the late Joseph
I.yttle and loving mother of Frank J. and
Harry N. Lyttle and sister of Mrs. Marearet
a native of Lurgan, County Armagh,
Ireland, aged 57 yeare.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Jnvlted to attend the funeral services tomor
row (Sunday). January 12, at 2 p. m.. at the
chapel of the Tmman Vndertnking company,
1919 Mission Rtreet between Fifteenth and Six
teenth. Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery, by
automobile.
MeDONAXD— In this city. January 9. 1913.
Bronze E. MrPonald. dearly beloved son of Al
bert and Maud McDonald, and beloved brother
of Raymond and Nola McDonald, a native of
San Francisco, Cal., aged 4 years 9 month*
and 25 days.
Friend? and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral today (Saturday>,
at 2 o'clock p. m.. from the residence of his
parents, r>2o6 Harrison street. Interment Mount
olivet cemetery, by carriages.
MeGLASHAN—In this city. January 10, 1313,
Clark Fayette, beloved infant son of Dr. E. It
and Henrietta Lehrberger MeGlashan. a native
of Stockton. Pal., aged 2 months and 3 days.
The funeral and Interment strictly private.
Plea«e omit flowers.
MEHERIN—In this city. January 7. 1913.
Thomas, dearly beloved husband of Margaret
M<*herin. and father of Charles J.. Thomas
F., William IT.. Arthur J. and the late Mary
J. Meherin. and brother of Delia. John,
Michael. William and Patrick Meherin. a na
tive of County Galway, Ireland, aged 78
years.
Relatives are respectfully invited to attend
the funeral today (Saturday), at 9:30 o'clock
a. m.. from the family residence. 1070 Dolores
Ktreet. thence to Bt. James chnrch, where a
requiem high mac« will be celebrated for the
repose of his sonl, commencing at 10 a. m.
Interment Holy Cross cemetery. Remains at
the parlors of Leary Brothers. 2917 Ttventy
fwth street between Harrison and Bryant,
until Friday evening. Kindly omit flowers.
MEI— In this city. January 10. 1913, Pnlmira
Mei. dearly beloved wife of Rudolph Mei. and
loving mother of Valentino and Pellegrino Mci
and Mrs. Isolina French!. Mrs. Glnseppina Mcl,
Mrs. Isabella Zaroni. Mrs. Pompllla Fredtani
and Mrs. Armida Xannizza, a native of Italy,
aged fts years 4 months and 22 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend fhe funeral Monday. January
13. 1913. at 9:30 a. nr. from her late residence.
Rβ Downey street, thence to St. Agnec church.
Masonic avenue near Page street, where a re
quiem high mass will be celebrated for the
repose of her soul, commencing at 10 a. m.
Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
MoLlNAHl— Entered ln»o rest In this city. Jan
uary 10. 1913, George, dearly beloved son of
Blanehlna and of the late Glaeomo Mollnarl,
beloved brother of John C. and Andrew Mo
llnarl, Mre. Jennie Cerephlno and of the late
Charles F. and Annie Delia Magglora. brother
In law of Mrs. Katie Mollnarl. Mrs. Maria Mo
llnari. Mrs. Clollnda Mollnari and Angelo
Delia Magglora. a native of San Francisco,
aged 34 years 7 months and 1 day. A mem
ber of Oakland lodge of Moose.
NOBLE—In this city, January 10. 1913. Hippo
lyte. beloved husband of the late Madeleine
Noble, loving father of John M. Noble and
Mrs. A. Nlderost and Mrs. F. Roeme.r. a na
tive of France, aged 70 years 2 months and 20
days.
Friends and acquaintances ere respectfully
invited to attend the funeral services Monday.
January 13. at 9 a. m.. at the chapel of
.Tnl'ns S. Godeau. 41 Van Ness avenne near
Market street, thence to Mission Dolores
church. Sixteenth and Dolores streets, where a
requiem hifrh mass will be celebrated for the
repoee of his soul, commencing at 9:30 a. m.
Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
O'BRIEN—In this city, January 9. 1913. Timo
thy O'Brien of 13f>."> Seventh avenue. Sunset
District, dearly beloved husband of the late
Ellen O'Brien, a native of Ireland.
Friends are respectfully Invited to attend
the funeral today (Saturday). January 11.
1913. at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from the pnrlors
of Carew & English. IGIB Geary street, thence
to St. Ann's church, where a requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul, commencing at i>:3o o'clock a. m. luter
ment Holy Cross cemetery.
O'CONNER—In this city, January 9. 1913. at
the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Frank
Tyrrell, at 222 Winfleld avenue. Msry O'Con
ner. loving mother of Mrs. Frank Tyrrell and
Mrs. Jolin .T. Dougherty and Frank and W.l
liaro. O'Connor, a Dative of Ireland.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral Monday. January
13, 1013. at S:3O a. m.. from the parlors of
H. F. Suhr & Co., 2819 Mission street between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth, thence to St.
Paul's church, at Twenty-ninth and Church
streets, where a solemn requiem high mass will
be celebrated for the repose of her sonl, com
mencing at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross
cemetery, by carriage.
OSBORN— In this city. January 8. 1913, Edward
E. Osborn. husband of Mrs. Florence G. OslK>rn,
and brother of I.amartine Osbo-n Rnd Mrs. Jo
seph Elliott, a native of New York city. (New
York papers please copy.)
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend- the funeral services today
(Saturday). January 11. 1913. at 2 o'clock
P. m., at St. Mark's Episcopal church, <v>rner
of Bancroft way end Kllsworth street. Berke
ley. Remains at Berkeley T'mlertaking Coni
pany'« parlors. 2133 AHston way.
PFEIFFER—In Berkeley. January 9. 1913. at
the residence of her daughter. Mrs. h. C.
Stuhr, Christine, denriy beloved wife of the
lute Lewis Pfeiff»r. and loving mother of Mrs.
B. I. Simmons. Mrs. A. Johnson. Mrs. Louisa
Gibson. Mrs. Elizabeth Pfelffer sn<l Mrs. L. C.
Stuhr and Henry Pfoiffer nnd the late Charles
Pfrttfer ar<l Christine Resrli. a native of
Lailen. Germany, aged Sβ years 11 months and
4 days.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend tfc*
funeral services tomorrow (Sunday). Jnnuary
12, at 1 p. m.. at the pnrlorn of n. F*. Suhr &
Co.. 2019 Mls«inr! street between Twenty-fifth
and Twenfv-siitb. Interment Mount Olivet
cemetery, by electric funeral car from Twenty
righth and Valencia streets.
PKTLLIPS—In this city, January R. 1913. Rev.
Thomas Phillips of St. Raphael's eluirch. San
Rafael. Cal.. a nitive of County Tipperary,
Irelßml. Rg°<\ Bβ yesrs.
Friends and r.wainrnnces are respectfully In
vited to atter><] the funeral today (Saturday).
f'om St. Kapha el's church. San Rifeol.
where a solemn requiem bich mass will be
celebrated for the repose of his soul, commenc
ing: at 10:30 o'clock a. m. Interment Catholic
cemetery. Stt Rafa»!.
SAN RAFAEL COUNCIL NO. 1292. KNIGHTS
OK COLT'MBTS—Member*: You are hereby
notified to attend the funeral services of our
i«to tmt**pu4 brother Knight, Rev. Father
Thntnns Phillips, to be held at St. Raphael's
church, today (Saturday), nt 10:30 o'clock
». m. F. J. HEALY. Fin. See.
PIERSON—In this city. January 10. if>in. at the
oky smi county hosnltsl. Harry Picrson, a
nntlve of Sweden, aged 4G years. *
RANDALL—In Fruitvale. January 10. 101. T. Nt
his late residence. MQt Frnlt'alo ■TCODe,
Charles F.. iie.iriy beloved hnshanri of Emma C.
Randal!, snd beloved son of Hanna Swyre, and
brother of Com ley H. end William ll.'Randall
nn<l Mis. .7. OTtonnell and Mrs. J. Homer, a
native of Canada, aged 4S year*.
EOBINSON— In (hi<= city. January 10. 1913, John
J Robinson, brother of Mrs. Walter K. Slack
and the late Joseph H. Robinson, a native of
N'fvv Orleans, aged 63 years.
RONDEAU—In this city, January 9. 1913. Lonls
A. Rondeau, beloved husband of the late "May
Rondeau, and beloved father of Mrs. Henry
C. K«y«er. a native of Canada, aged 74 years
3 months and 17 days.
Friends end acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend th« funeral tomorrow rSnnrtay).
January 12. at 1:30 o'clock p. m.. from Uw par
lors of Gartner Brothers, 424 Guerrero street
between Sixteenth and Seventeenth. Inter
ment Cypress Lewn cemetery, by carriages.
BOSS—In this city. January 9. 1913. George
Ross, a native of Scotland, aged ,V> yearn.
Friends and acquaintances ore res^f.tfully In
vited to attend the funeral services today
(Saturday), st 10 o'clock a. m.. Nt the parlors
of Gantner Brothers, 424 Guerrero street be
tween Sixteenth and Seventeenth. Interment
and funeral private.
SANDERS—In this city, January 10, 1913
Igmertz Ssnders. s native of A'ls'trin. «g<-<1 *V>
years. A member of Brewery Workers' Union
No. 7.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sunday*.
January 12, at 10:4." a. m.. from the parlors" of
H. F. Suhr A Or. 2919 Mission street between
Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth. luclneratlnti
Cypress Lawn cemetery, by 11-30 a. n>. train
from Tweuty-fifth and Valencia streets.
BCHMITH—In thin city. January S. 1913, George
Sehmltb. a native of Russia, aged 65 years. A
member of the Marine Engineers' Beneficial
Association, No. 35.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral today (Saturday)
• t 10 o'clock a. m.. from the parlors of
Barry & Scully. 927 Valencia street. Inter
ment Mount Olivet cemetery.
SCHMTJUAN— In this city. Jannarv 9. 1913
Ephraim. beloved hnsband of Sophia Schmu
lian and beloved father of Peter, Adolph
Alfred. Alexander. William unri flnnrcr* «b.k_..'
WES
CYIP!ESS LAWfIT
20S HEWES BLDG.. 093 MARKET BT.
Sutter 695. Home J4107.
(Cemetery Phone Mission 3341 )
All arrangements for buriala or cremations
made et city office or cemetery. Special atten
tion given to removaU from old city cemeteriea
Entire cemetery under perpetual cure, guaranteed
by our Perpetual Car* Fund of $400 000.
Han. a native of nsed '4 years.
Friends end acquaintances are respectmily
invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sun
day.. January 12. at 2 o'clock, from the parlors
of Theodor Dierks & Co.. 900 DWisadero street
corner McAllister. Interment (private) Salem
cemetery, by automobile.
SKINKXB— In this city. January 10. 1913. Rose,
devoted wife ot Charles A. Skinner, and lov
ing mother of Thelma Skinner, and idolized
daughter of Maria de Martini and the late
Paul de Martini, and loving sister of John de
Martini and Mrs. T. Tambrini. and loving
aunt of Norma Tambrini, a native of San
Francisco, Cal.
I'riends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sunday),
January 12. 1913 at 1 o'clock p. m., from her
late residence, 18*0 Lombard street near Octa
vta. thence to Sts. Peter and Paul (Italian)
church, corner of Filbert street and Grant ave
nne, for a blessing.
SMALL—In this city. January 9. 1913. Benjamin
I-, rtenrly beloved husband of Mary Ellen
Small, and devoted fatber of George K. Small.
a native of Rancor, Me., aged 70 years 11
months and 28 days. A member of Valley
Lodce No. 30. A. O. V. W.
Friends and acoualntances are respectfully 1n "
▼Ited to attend the funernl today (Satnrdav).
"t 11 a. m from the parlors of Suhr & Wle
boldt. im-> Valencia street near Twenty-fifth.
Incineration Cypress Lawn cemetery, by 11:30
a. m. train from Twenty-fifth and Valencia
streets.
STRANAHAK—In this city. Jannary 10. 1913.
Matilda Stranahan. beloved wife of the late
David Bell Stranahan. and loving mother of
M". G. F. Borowsky and Mrs. F. W. Wright
and William .T. Stranahan. a native of Ireland.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
SULLIVAN—in this city. January 10. 1913. Sarnh
M.. beloved wife of the late Daniel C. Sulli
van, and mother of John M. -Sullivan of Rio
Vista. Cnl., and the late Johanna de Bridge, a
native of the parish of Kilaelongh. County
Tyrone, Ireland, aired 90 years. (Solano county
papers please copy.)
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
'vlted to attend the funeral Monday, January
13. 1913. at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from the par
lors of J. C. O'Connor & Co., 532 Valentin
street near Sixteenth, thence to St. James
church, where a requiem ma«s will be cele
brated for the repose of her soul, commencing
at 0 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross ceme
tery.
VEEDEE—In this city. January 8. at St. Mary's
hospital. Christina Veeder. beloved wife of B.
H. Veeder, 206 Brannan street, a native of
Fien. Denmark, aged Sβ years.
Funeral services st the parlors of tbe
T'nited Undertakers. 2606 Howard street near
Twenty-second, at 2 p. m.. today (Saturday),
January 11. Interment private.
WALSH—In this city. January 9, 1913. James,
dearly beloved son of Mary and the late Pat
rick Walsh, beloved brother of Michael. Peter.
Patrick, Maurice and Nellie Walsh and nephew
of Michael Walsh, a native of Colligan. County
Waterford, Ireland, aged 26 years.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral today (Saturday),
at 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from the residence of M.
Hannlgan. 1003 A Church street, thence to St.
James church, where a reqnlem high mass will
be celebrated for the repose of his soul, com
mencing at 9 a. m. interment Holy Cross
cemetery.
WYLAND—Tn this city. January 9. 1913. Edwin
F.. beloved son of Louisa Flnkeldey Wylnnd.
grandson of Mrs. L. K. Flnkeldey and nephew
of Emma and Fred Finkeldey. n native of San
Francisco, aged 2 years and 9 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral today (Saturday),
at 1 o'clock p. m., from the residence
of his grandmother, Mrs. L. F. Flnkeldey, 1422
Kansas street near Twenty-flfth. Interment
private.
FLORISTS
BROWN & KENNEDY. FLORAL ARTISTS. 3091
16th, nr. Valencia—Union store: funeral work a
specialty at lowest prices. Phone Market 3725.
DARBKK. FLORIST —Not the oldest nor the lam
ent, but the VERY HF.ST IN TOWN. 1038
Hyde et.. near Calif. PHOKB FRANKLIN 208.
SHIBELEY-MANN CO.. the leading florists, 1203
Putter. Franklin 2094. Frank Shlbeley, Mgr.
UNION FLORISTS, phone Market 3285. Funeral
work a specialty. 3017 lfitb St.. near Mission.
PARK FLORAL, 14ST Height Rt.: phone Park
330—Cut flowers, plants, etc. R. Groves, Prop.
PARK 363—Artistic floral designs specialty. Clels
& Jaeobson, German florists, 942 Fillmore St.
J. J. O'CONNOR. 27.'>e Mission st., bet. 23d ami
24th. Ph. Mission 59«5. Funeral work spee'lty.
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J Want Ads I
Bring Brisk
Business
1 Phone your "Ad ,, J
I day or night. "The j
j Call ,, is always on J
1 the line.
KEARNY 86
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST—In Oakland or S;in Francisco, diamond
cr—cent with larpc diamond rospendei: liberal
reward. Return to MRS. PARDEB, MB 31st
it., Oakland, or JNO. J. AVIS, 99 Ist st., San
Frnrn-isro.
LOST—Automi.hilP chemical flre oxtin;nil~her No,
14, tiea:- Wellrsley park. Redwood, January 2.
Cora.nuniiafc with PACIFIC GAS AND ELEC
TRIC COMPANY. 44."t Snttor pt.
LOST—Ojipn fsco. gold watch, monogram L. D.
on bark, nnrt K. C. foh. Return L. J. DEV
LIN. 14." Bu«na Vista ay.: reward.
LOST —Thursday bight, gold watch, initials S.
J. Return to" MRS. S. BROWN. Palace hotel,
nud re.-five reward.
rOUKC —A pin. Addross box 414 5 !. Cnll offlce.
LOST—W. <>. W. wateb fob: name A. C. FTtil
liort mi IWHM, Phone Kearny 4410; reward.
FOUND ~\( v,- Ypmt evp. ladyV scarf. Phone
Fillniorp "20", from 7 to S p. m.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICES
—AAAA—
Tel. W>«t 17.11. Home R2615.
T. TAMi'RA * CO.. 1«12 I.apma.
Japanese-Chinese Employment Offlce.
AAA—-DOIGI.AS KiSX Home C46«r. : best Jap
anese. Chines". FiMpino help: «U kinds of work.
ASIA EMPLOVMFXT OFFICE. 416 Grant it.
C. l>. KINNEY. ChtMM employment bureau, mic
cp.apor to J. Conn, 755 Clay st. Phone Douglas
3162.
ALL kinds of telfi fnrnlshcd with cure diHpatch.
Wrst MBB—OaCA> HATSf'Ml—lr.iri Geary.
STAR Kmp. office—Jepanese-Chlneso help. W.
KODATA. 1610 Geary: tel. West IG7. S 2703.
HORJ & CO.—Rest Japanese and Chineee help of
all kinds. 1711 Po«t st.: TTest l'SO3. S2SO3.
EMPLOYITEXT WANTED
FEMALE
AN sctire yountr w»mnn desires position; Rood
cook and house.worker; wapes reasonable; cnijn-
Iry preferred; state particulars. Box 4104, Call.
ELDERLY tarty desire* position In Mpht house
work; wum $Iβ to $20; good references. Ad
dress 27.17 Howard xt.
EXPERII'NCKI) youn« desires position on
a private telephone exchanse; enn fnrnleh good
reference. Address box 4134, Call offlce.
GERMAN-HI'NGARIAN lady desires work by
the day. cleaning and wasting; 25 cents per
hour. Address 39 Liebifr ft.
GOOD German woman wants housework and
plain cooklnp: city or country; $35 a month.
MRs. IT.KTSKR. 251!) Howard st.
MIDDLE AGED Gprruan woman wants position
taking pure of 1 or 2 children; irlve fmi p Br .
tleuiar* In first letter. Box 6057, Call office,
Oakland.
NORWF,C,IAN (rlrl wants work by the dar at
washing, ironing and house cleaning. 1542
Guerrero st.
SITUATION wanted by .Tnpanete as experienced,
first class ctXiU in private family, with (rood
references. I*. H.. 2£>ie'4 Shattuck a?., Berke
ley; phone Berkeley 6916.
SITUATION WANT ADS IN THE CALL
WILL COST 10c FOR 4 LINES, FIGURING 7
WORDS TO A LINE.
TRAINED nurse wiebr-s a few more engagements.
Telephone Mission 4762.
WANTED—Sowing to do at home, such as
nurses' uniforms, hospital linen, etc., by young
widow with 3 children and 2 grandparents to
support. Apply ASSOCIATED CHARITIES,
1500 Jackson st.
YOUNG Japeneee girl wishes position as sr-hnol
girl. about Suasct district. Phoae Market
7635.
I
EMPLOYMENT WASTED
MALE
BOOKKEEPER, experienced, desires small set
books to keep by contract; will open, close,
general ledger work, etc.; day or evening.
Pbone Franklin 7990. Box 4094. Call office.
BAR TENDER. 27. reliable and sober, will do
porter work: small wages. Box 0029, Call
office, Oakland.
CARETAKER and gardener wants position; mid
dle aged; thoroughly nnderstands gardening.
Testable, flower, lawn, orchard: references.
Address F. H., 224 3d St., San Francisco,
room 17.
FIRST class Japanese laundry man wants posi
tion In family; experience five years. JAMES i
YASni. 71 6th St.. Oakland.
FIRST CLASS *hoo repairer wants a position In
city. Address 1500 Stockton st.
FRENCH-AMERICAN, nil ronnd cook, first class
man, desires steady situation; good references.
Address box 4177. Cail office.
JAPANESE bny. speaks little English, do any
kind of work, wants position as schoolboy. Tel.
Kearny 2713.
MARRIED man -tranrled here from old Mexico,
engineer by trade, wants any kind of work at
once; capable of taklnsr care of lsrjre farm or
acting , as salesman. Address box 4140. Call.
MOTION picture operator wishes position; pood
references nnd reliable man; suitable wages.
Rot 4174, Oil office.
MAN, 4.". temperate, educated, not »rrong physi
cally, small family, watchman; similar work.
Boi 410 C. Call office.
PLUMBEB desires some repair work or over
hauling: also pas and steam; can furnish ma
terinl and tools: can save you money. Tele
phone Mi««ion 47*0; will c.-ill.
BHINGLING. re«htngllng and repairing old roofs,
side wulls. by expert shtnplers; estimates
given: references. WILLIAMSON. • 4CB Ivy
ay. Phone Market 0342.
SITUATION WANTED AI>S IN THE CALL
WILL POST 10c FOR 4 LINES. FIGURING
7 WORPS TO A LINE.
YOUNG man, 20. wants to learn repairing ntid
running of *utos or truck; small wages. Box
4179. Call office.
YOUNG man, 2" wishes a position in a grocery:
a Rood handwrlter: can speak nnd understand
the Portuguese language; n good worker: al
ways sober. Address L. B. GARCIA. P. O.
box ?24 Crockett. Ctl.
YOUNG married man (Danish) would like to
have eharie of place In vnlley or mountains:
lian.ly with tools; understands farming and
dairy or wonld like to rent pi nee on shares.
WM. WESTERGARD, Mount Hamilton road.
Ssiti Jose.
XOUNQ man. 10 years old. would like a position
in a grocery store: Rood handwriter: spenks
Portuguese. L. B. GARCIA, P. 0. box 324,
Crockett. Cal.
YOT'NO man or good character and references,
with experience in nursing, wishes position as
▼slet or companion for gentleman, old or
young; would travel. Address box 4191. Call.
TTTE FILLMORE OF THB CALL IS
AT 16.-7 FILLMOBE ST.
FEMALE HELT WAIfTCT
WANTED—EXPERIENCE!! SALESWOMEN FOR
NECKWEAR AND LACES. APPLY SUPER
INTENDENT'S OFFICE SATURDAY MORN
ING ft O'CLOCK. HALE BROS.. IXC, MAR
KET AND STH STS.
WANTED—EXPERIENCED SALESWOMAN FOR
GLOVE DEPARTMENT. APPLY SUPERIX
TENDENT'S OFFICE SATURDAY MORNING.
HALE BROS.. INC., MARKET AND STII STS.
SAN FRANCISCO.
LADIES and girls to tint nillow tops at home.; Sβ
to SfiO per dorpn: experience unnecessary at
Parting. WORLD'S FAIR ART ASS'N," 027
Bronf'wnr, Oakland, room 33: 10 to 4 p. m.
WANTED—Young ladies to trsln for nurses;
psld while learning. Call 827 Brush St.,
Oakland.
WANTED—Marker* and distributers. Apply
WARDROBE LAUNDRY. 323 Clementina st.
GET raarriod—Thousands tired Urine alone; all
aces. Call or write Mr*, Ilyde. 2077 Mission st.
WANTED—A woman for general housework. Ap
ply 1019 Guerrero st.
WANTED—Waitress; $10 a week. Apply at 331
M *'•. efty*
AAA —TeleniiOTse operators. Permanent positions
for yrnns women and eirlii.
Salaries from $1.10 to $3 per dur.
Extra pay for evening and nleht work.
Salary of $1.10 per dar paid while lenrning.
Call at Telephone building. Pine and Stelner
sts., San Francisco: telephone West 7595.
Employment office open week days from 8
a. m. to 5 p. m.
LEARN HAIR DRESSING — 'Hie FAMOUS
PFWY P V. SYSTEM. Enroll now. CALI
FORNIA SCHOOL "f HAIR DRESSING. r.fi7
Mnrk«t st.. second floor, nenr Fmnro«< thr«t«r.
WA6EB (^LLE€TEP
KNOX. 1200 CaU bldg.—Suits, liens, attachment:
time chei •;•; f[i>v,ed: debts collected everywhere.
■"ALE WJSLP WAHTEP
WANTED -Boys 15 years and over: good wages.
357 Pine st.
BOYS with bicycles; $1.50 day. Apply 14C1
Polk st.
WANTED -Practical flavoring extract man. with
knowlpdge of chemistry preferred, to take
ohnrge of department in loading firm In British
Columbia. Box 4170. Call office.
WANTED--Men to learn automobile business
throughout. If you are a meehnnlc of any
crsft It l< to venr 14°-1 Folsom st.
WANTED—Experienced grocery Herk for ail
orounii man: references. H. HOLLMAX & CO..
2807 Mission st.
WANTED—Markers and distributed. Apply
WARDROBE LAUNDRY. 32.S Clementina st.
GET married—Th<n!snn<ls tired livine alone: all
sees. Call or write Mrs. Hyde. 2677 Mission st.
LEARN barber trade free; make money while
lenrnlng. CAL. BARBER COLLEGE. 145 3d st.
G.CfiO men wanted to set 9 cent shave and 10 cent
haircut. CAL. BARBER COLLEGE. 145 3d st.
BXPEJRIENCTCD driver for dveins; and cleaning
van. GOLDEN STATE. 29R9 24th st.
SAILORS, steamer. China and return. SHIPPING
OFFICE. 11 \i, Stenart st.
WANTED FOR~~U. S. ARMY—AbIe bodi-1 un
mnrrled men between ages of 1R and Sβ; citizens
of United States of good character and temper
ate habits, who can speak, read and write the
English language. For Information apply to Re
cruiting Officer, 600 Market st.. San Francisco,
o*l
LOCOMOTIVE FIRFMEN and BRAKEMEN for
nearby railroads: $so to $100 monthly: age IS
to 88; experience unnecessary; no strike: pro
motion; engineer, conductor; railroad employ-'
Ing headquarters; over 400 men sent to posi
tions monthly: state age; send stamp. RAIL
WAY ASSOCIATION, box 4101. Call office.
LEARN the barber trade In the only legitimate
colleges In the world: schools and shops in all
large cities; wsfps paid while learnlnsr: be
ware of plnees tinfnir to nn'.on labor. MOT.ER
BARBER COLLEGE. 234 M st.. San Fran<M<:(v,.
Al'TOMonn E drirlnn renalrlrc MOTOR
ENGINEERTNG SCHOOLS. 57th and Adeline
wt*., OiVlnnd.
S \LESMEX jIKDJSOLICITOIIS
SALESMEN wanted; no experience required: earn
while you learn. Writa (or call) for list of
positions open paylnc $1,000 to $.".000 s year.
NATIONAL SALESMEN'S TRAINING ASS'N.
4648 Pnelan building. San Francisco.
WANTED—CIean hustling agents; subscrip
tion campaign; great premium ofi*er: pood
compensation and rr.pid advancement for good
iren. See MR. DAVIS, circulation department
Tlk- Call.
BARBERS AND SUPPLIES
ANOTHER WINNER.
THE BARKER BRACKET REVOLVING POLE.
Runs IS hours without winding; no cost to
operate, and never out of order: cold nnder a
guarantee on easy terms of $5 pei» month; shops
completely furnished on small monthly payments.
JAMES BARKER. INC.,
04 Turk st.
FOR SALE
A 2 Koken hydraulic chair barber shop; rent
|1S monthly. 2 years' lease; free water and
gn«. 37«4 Sin Pahlr. fir., Oakland.
BARBER trade taught free; opportunities to
make money while learning. Call or write
INTERNATIONAL BARBEK SCHOOL. 790 j
Howard st.
SEELY has shops of all descriptions: carload of
new porcelain barber chairs In soon; cheapest
and best in the city. 394 Hayes st.
BARBERS' UNION—Free emp. agency. R H
FAKKR. Sec. WB Market: tel. Franklin 8383.
FIRST CLASS barber wants steady work evenings
and Saturday and Sunday or evenings and Sat
urday. Box 8028, Call office. Oakland.
SEVEN cbair shop for sale; prominent location
long lease: reasonable rent. PACIFIC BAR
BER SUPPLY CO.. 562 Market st.
BARBERS AXD SUPPLIES
j; ; '-r ■ : --.w.". , '..: Cwntlnm-d -■'•';■ '-; .
FOR sale—Cosy one hydraulic : chair ahop, aver
:;aging : more ; thrfn $20* \ weekly: your own price;
~- present owner * 3 years; rent $10. Including
light . and . water, cigars and lanndry; owner
■• retiring. . Address or call 2200 25th ay., Oak
land. Cal. - '■'■..-. ;■'.; "- ;' ■ • -"■ ' ■' - - ■ ,".. ■ ■
WANTED —Good barber every evening. Saturday
and Sunday, \ except > Monday. : 5:30 to 8 o'clock.
Address box 4150, Call office.
D. M. P. is carefully prepared by ■ chemist and
• is sold by barber supply houses only. DC PONT
MFG. CO., 453 Douglass st. ;
TWO CHAIR shop. 1 steady; 3 swell living
; rooms: cheap rent; lease over fair; price $200.
9088 California st. - - ■:■■?:■.>■ '■■ ' '
WANTED—2 first class barbers. Apply at Deckle
| man | Barber ? Supply - company, 162 Turk .■; St.,
:.: S. F., 11 to 12. ..■•■■■•-"'-:".•-- ■ ■ . : -..' •-.■■•
WANTED —Good second hand leather covered
barber chairs, cash or trade. BAUER'S, 58
O'Farrell st. : .
BARKERS' heaters repaired; new coils pot in;
j chairs repaired. 3282 A 22<1 St.: tel. Miss. 2470.
BOOTBLACK wanted: steady Job. 2001 Sutter st.
BARBERS' Protective Union—Employment secre
tary. W. BARON. 775 Mkt.: tel. Kearnv 5314.
BARBER'S furniture for sale. Koken hydraulic
chair. Will sell cheap. At 528 Jackson st.
LEARN barber -• trade free; make money while
learning. CAL. BARBER COLLEGE. 145 3d st.
WANTED—2 first class barbers for Saturday and
Sunday. Call at 431 Broadway.
WANTED— for Saturday at 104 Columbus
".. «v.' near Kearny st. ', ■ •-.■■ -. ■-. ■---.'-. '"■' •', ■■-~••' ■'
BARRER wanted for Saturday. 3218 Mission st.
ntnr 2Sth. - '
BARTER wanted Saturday and Sunday. 649^
■ Broadway. *; . .-•'■; .
RARBKft wanted for Saturday at 53.3 11th St.,
Oak! .ml.
BARBER wanted for Saturday at 525 Bth St.,
Oakland.
TWO harbors wanted: 10c shop. 60S Broadway.
Oakland.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST. -
~~JijyEjmFjNnjrj?Fj^
POST. 101, RM. 202—10 A. M. TO 9 P. M.: TUB,
VAPOR. HERB. ELEC BLANKET BATTTS BY
MY METTTOD ELIMINATES POISON. THERE
FORE ALL PAINS; RHEUMATISM AND ALL
AILMENTS SCIENTIFICALLY TREATED;
SHAMPOO DANDRUFF CURE: MANICURING.
TRAINED NURSE GIVES COLON CLEANSING
FOR CONSTIPATION: FT.EC. TREATMENTS;
ELECTRIC LIGHT BATHS. S 406 SUTTER,
RM. 417, in A. M. TO 8 P. M.. SUN. 10 TO 2.
GEO. V. OILLESPIE, doctor of > mechano
therapy. electro therapy and chiropractic: ipe
cinlist In drnsriess methods of treating nervous
■ and chronic diseases. Room 601,' 823 Geary st.
GRADUATE nurse gives elec. light, salt water
and Nauheim baths, ultra violet ray treatment
for weakness. UNION SQUARE BLDG.. room
SO* ftOH to right). 350 Post st. Doug. 5585.
BUSINESS PERSONALS
NOTICE—The Call will not knowingly print Ille
gitimate advertisements. : If any reader can
furnish Information that any advertisement In
this column Is not legitimate, send it to The
Call In confidence, and if found correct the ad
vertisement will be discontinued.
AA—MY wigs and toupees defy detection: private
wig department for gentlemen. 2271 California,
St.. Mr. Lederer In charge. Ladles' wigs, trans
formation switches. ISO© Flllmore st. Hair
goods guaranteed. Firm established 1868.
A—EMINENT CHINESE HERB DOCTORS
All diseases cured; strictly confidential; con
sultation free; hours 10-8. Sundays 10-5. DRS.
CHAN A CHAN HERB CO.. 1916 Sutter st.
MISS E. ELLSWORTH. 532 Market, opp. Empo
rium, 35 Ellis St.. r. 204. Columbia bid?., man
icuring, mass., dec. treat., chtr.: hrs. 10 to 10.
MRS. L. E. HARTMAN. vibratory and electric
specialist: rheumatism. Impaired circulation,
nervous; trouble. 757 Pacific bids: hours 10 to 6.
MIS 1 ? BERNARD, steam baths rind electric treat
ment: Van's Mexican hair restorer; select pat
ronage only. 215 O'Farrell St.. S. F., office 5.
NEW HEALTH INSTITUTE—AII forms of dis
ease successfully treated; hours, 1-5; Sunday,
11-2. 14,-3 Franklin ft. corner 13th. Oakland.
GERMAN nurse wishes a few more engagements
for massage.' manual or vibratory: Nauheim
bath. fi_e Hyde St.. between Geary and Post
HAIR on face never grows again when treated by
me with electric needle: 25 yrs' practice. MRS.
NETTIE HARRISON. lOQg'Stitter near Hyde.
MISS F. KODGERS, late of Chicago. masseuse—
Scalp treatment. Room 301, 34 EIIU st.
MISS F. GIBSON, masseuse: face and ecalp
treatments. 34 Ellis, rm. 310; hrs. 1-10 p.m.
MISS JOHANSSON, grad. Swedish mass.; genuine
massage. 1075 Gough St.: hrs. 12-8: Sun. 12-3.
CABINET, vapor and tub baths for colds and
rhenm.: elec. treats. 1114 Divisadero, nr. Eddy.
MP.S. MOORE. 1807 Fillmore St.— Massage, face
and scalp treat.: manicuring; hours 10-9 daily.
TUB and steam baths; massage treatments and
manicuring. 25 3d St., apt. C. near Market.
HOT salt water baths, alcohol, oil treatment-.
423 I.'th ft.. Oakland. Private: no sign.
MRS. STEWART, mass.; elect, and vib. treats,
for rheum, and nerves. 1122 Mkt. opp. 7th. r. 3.
GRADUATE masseuse, chiropodist. 1557 Wash
ington et. near Hyde. First class work only.
CORTKZ —Thermal baths, salt glow, elec. vib.
915 Van Ness cor. Ellis, suite 203: hre. 11-10.
WELLS' MAGNETIC AND SCALP TREAT
MENTS. 1665 MISSION ST.. ROOM 55.
DRUGLESS METH.: elec. light hath, alcohol, oil",
with rnanip. 1415 O'Farrell: 10-0: tel. W. 8915.
ETHEL GEARY, bath manage parlors: elec vlb!
trrat. 727 Geary st. Phone Franklin 8503.
MISS BELL, graduate masseuse: hre. Sun. 12-5;
daily, 10-9. 407 Weetbank bldg.. 830 Market
LOUISE PASCOE. eastern massage and elect, vtb.
treatment. Rm. 211. 34 Ellis st.: hra. 10 to 10.
FRANKLIN Electric Institute. 635-538 Whitney
bldg.. 133 Geary st. MR*. C ROSE: 10 to 10.
MASSAGE by trained nurse; refined patrons only.
1437 Buchanan st. . Hours. 12 to 9.-
GERMAN h'Tb capsule for women: no operations.
1524 Pacific »t.. Alameda. Bay station.
_______ITR^^^
UNHAPPY' girls will find n woman friend to
help and advise them at 824 Kearny st., San
: Francisco, from 2 to 4 and 8 to 9:30 p. m.
dally. Telephone Sntter 1345.
-yyoßMATtoir wautto
D. O. VAN DER POOL—lnformation is desired
as to the whereabouts of D. O. Van der Pool,
also known as: Orpha Vanderpool, supposed to
have arrived In San Francisco from Manila, P.
•'I., about June 3. 1912. Communicate any in
formation to DR. and MRS. J. M. VANDER
POOL. father and mother. 316 Grove st..
BskerKflcM, Kern county, Cal. (formerly of
, Oklahoma 1. -. • •
JBfAT|t OIO^IAL_
PARTIES wishing to marry, coll or write MRS.
MIT.LARD. 2209 Sntter: details Be; W. 4780.
MARRY—Thousands tired living alone; all ages;
. call or write. r MRS. HYDE. 2677 Mission st.
CLAIRVOYANTS 7j
PROP. GARLAND,
- ; THE ONLY AND ORIGINAL, .
- R0 YEARS IN SAN FRANCISCO.
-. World's I greatest clairvoyant, palmist, ~ astro!
oger. I mental trJenathist: will : cause things to be
as you desire; ' tells everything: dates, Important
information, 1 - nil revealed; health, : luck, - marriage,
business, mining, treasure, lawsuits, -- evil influ
ences, - spells, a weak habits, love troubles, s and
tells full name and everything you wish to know.
Hours 10 to '8. - ■ -
' CONSULTATION FREE.
- ■ 1144 MARKET ST. - » :
FOR READINGS BY MAIL SEND $1.
AA— :: ;: - PROF. J. E. SHAW! . -:.; ; ;■-•;• :..' ■
-S Genuine clairvoyant, , - true and reliable, tells full
names, ; gives ■ advice \on love, \ marriage, divorce,
business, patents, changes, deaths, wills, deeds;
removes evil influences; reunites separated. Read
ings 50c. -t 25 Third > st. next Hearst bide. •
AA—VERA MARSH, clairvoyant: \ FEE 50*\ ' f)(W
: MARKET (opp. Empress theater). GIVES
■ NAMES and advice on all affairs; 10-3. Sun
< days, 10-1. -~.■-.. •■■.■ . ;.-;.-._-,,., /
MISS ZEMDAR. yonng gifted elalr. and palmist;
;..;a : wonderful . prophetess; hours :10 to 10: ladles
Bnc. gentlemen $1. 1106 Divisadero near Turk.
ANNA • DIAMOND, cleir.. palmist, card I read.;
- full facts revealed. 1445 Fillmore: ph. W. 360.
■ ASTROLOGY
MISS STARR, astrologint, reads your full life
sclemiflca'ly, r 35- rtdtir St.. ; Eagle apartments.
THE ? GREGG JSCHOOLV OFs SHORTHAND, <
■ ';..: ; • COS; Grant t bidg.. : Market at 7th. •.- •» ;i
v5, : ;»;.;-Day—Phone Market 9028—Night. , *
Bookkp;.. English, touch typing, speed practice.
THKO. VAN DER STEGEN, translator of business
; \ correspondence In all foreign languages: manu
-*. r y<-rint<. plays written, gr.l ; Ktarny, room \ 511.,
STAGE and J latest ballroom i dances daily tArn
i.:'forester , Uall, 172 \G. Gate ! av.; Juvenile class
;% Sat, aft.. Majestic hall. WYATT SISTERS.
ENGINEERING—CiviI, electrical, mining, v mecn ~
snrvey, assay, cyanide; day, ere.; estab. 1865
j- Van der NalUen School, Cist and Tel., Oakland.
EDUCATIONAL
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PIANO Instructor for children under 14
ladies. MME. <'. J. BOTTOR. 2.V> W"k'^\
PIANO without exorcises for beginners; $1 /
son. Westhaus Studio. 1324 Page: ph. Pfc. .- ?.
ETHEL COTTON STUDIO of expression. Orttory.
after dinner end extempore sp»fklng. 1112 M,;r
FISK TEACHERS' AGENCY. 2161 Sh»truck a*..
Berkeley, Cal. rr>om 4, Wright hVx-k.
SOMETHING FOR SOMETHING
TO EXCHANGE
CAREFULLY
THF. CALL will ran yonr adverf.serienf I
for one week in this column—you to pay 2e
each answer received—no answers, no pay.
BrtM voiir adv. to THE CALI, office, not ED
than 30' words: it will be published one wet*
free. No letters mailed In the city.
All uwwer* will be received and dlstrlhii*
through THE CALL'S of floe. Third and Market,
or our Oakland office, WH BroadTvuy. Oakland
For every letter In answer to your adver
tnent you are to pay THE CALL 2 cents. \our
adv. )"« published one —-erk.
THIS OFFER IS FOR MISCELLANEOUS AR
TICT,F.S AND OOFS NOT APPLY TO RKAL ES
TATE FXCTIANGES OR CASH TRANSAC
TIONS. NO BUSINESS FBOM DKALEKS
ACCEPTED.
WII\T hare you 1n exchange for a h!(th grsdo
bicycle in fine condition? Toed lees t'.ian thre«
mobth*. Equipped with New Departure
er.nstrr brake and searchlight acetylene lamp.
Address box 4141. Call office.
GOLF CLCBS—Spsldlnjr bag. with hood, lock
and key. practically new. full set of clubs and
two dozen n<vs- ball*. What have you to of
fer? Address box -4247. Cal!.
PLANS and specifications for bungalow, 5 ma.
and b.: house built from this plan: cost $l.sno.
No use for plan. What have you? Box 4190,
Call.
GOOD 4x5 camera with er;le leather case to ex
change for Winchester pump gun. Box 4051,
Cull office. _
WILL trade Victor phonograph with record*,
cheap pistol. 22 cal. repeater, and mines' long
coat for good bike or jewelry. Box 4130. Call.
BXCHANGB tan overcoat, tailor made.cost
$37.50, size about M. for Waltham or TW.ii
watch. Box 4152. Call office. _r
TWO BOWL marble washstand. complete: trade
for anything of equal Talue. Box 4151. Call.
DIAMOND BROOCH, value $150, gent's stick
pin value $!K>. to exchange for light ron<l<tor;
state year and make. Box 0030. Call. Oakland.
JAPANESE color prints; have about 70, In p.>od
condition; will exchange for back number* of
mall order or monthly papers or books dealing
with mall order business. Box 4173, Call.
OLIVER typewriter, new and nsed slightly; lat
est model No. r, tabulator; back spacer. «i»h
complete accessories; Talue $100. Will ex
change for pool table, piano, groceries or new
clothing order. Make offer. Box 410 S. Call.
WILL give 4 room flat in exchange for painting
or carpenter work. Box 4169. Call.
WOODEN * LITTLE pump, gauge hose, ere.
complete; suitable for a white washer. What
have you to exchange? Box 41 Sβ. Call.
1 r>oo POI'ND auto truck, new condition, hard
wood. 4 by 8 foot body, and top. braes wind
shield, speedometer, headlights, for trade.
What have you? Box fiO24. Call office Oak.
BKOAL underslung. 2 passenger car; only run
2.400 miles; to exchange for diamonds. Box
4144, Call offlc.
WILL exchange handsome «H of brown mink
fnrs. or will sell cheap. 4167 Call office.
WILL exchange smoking Jacket and po<
stamps for anything: will also buy small it
collections. Box 416fi. Call office.
WILL exchange for diamond ring of equHl rain".
1 No 3A Special Kodak, with case and out
fit: silghtly nsed. Box 413.5. Call.
TO exchange—Full dress and Prince A'hert ■
size 46: silk aiid opera huts, leather box.
What have you? Box 418 S. Call office.
WHAT have you In exchange for Smith Pre
typewriter in good condition? Box 41'>3. f.-.M
IVER JOHNSON revolver, hammerie-is. 32 cali
ber; will exchange for Bristol steel fishing rod
and reel. Box 4162. Call office. •_
WHAT have yovl to exchange for one genera! all
around purpose mare. 10 years old.
lleht -wagon and runabout? Box GG27. Call
office. Oakland.
WILL trade my 7 pass, automobile, which
first class condition, for roadster or 4 pa*s.
car. Address box 4243. Call.
lIAVR a credit check $50 on a piano with re
liable firm: will exchange for anything useful.
Address box 41S0, Call.
HAVE several pood books on MATHEMATICS
What have you got to trade for them? Box
»V>2l, Call office. Oakland.
FOR exchange—First class experienced pi
teacher will make exchanee of muste lessoav
What iiave yr.ti? Box 4204, Cell office. -^
WINCHESTER rifle, bought new last Bum»k
will exchange for n pocket folding kodak, r. r.
type. Box 4200. Cell office.

WILL exchange 3 diamonds. IU, karats, for 1
diamond abont 1 karat; most be perfect. Box
4201. Call office.
ROUGH broke horse; would exchange for 3 or 4
rooms of furniture of same valuation. Box
4125. Call office.
I HAVE a valuable mineral collection which I
■would trade for anything 1 could use. Box
410 R. Call office.
I HAVE a first class assay outfit which I would
trade for anything that I could use. Box 421 r
Call office.
FINK violin to exchanre for a low pitch oboe.
Address box 4075. Call.
GENT'S 21 Jewel gold watch, value $150. to er
change on 1012 motorcycle. Box 420f1. Ch^l.
WOULD exchange fine Ptamn collection for dia
monds. Box 412f1. Call office.
WILL exchange 18 vrls. of Mnblbneh for Mwrls
chair or leather batbox. Box: 4199. Call offlc-.
EXTRA fine raincoat. What will you give In
exchange? Address box 4207. Call office.
AND SUPPLIES
WALTER J. WOLF , , dealer: reboilt typewriter
of all descriptions; expert repairing: typewrit
ers inspected and rented: ribbons for all ma
chines; carbon papers and office enppllc*. 307
Bnsh St.: phones, Douglas 4118, Home C 2."19.
REBUILT $100 Rem. or Smith Prem. typewrtr •
No. 2 gnar.. $36. $3 per mo. T,. „ M. ALEX
AXDER. 812 Market. L. C. Smith _ Bro. t1».
OAKLAND Typewriter Exchange, f>o4 Brond-ay.
Oakland, dealers in all makes of typewriters.
AUTOMOBILES^yD^UPPLIES
TWO MMfMSm 30-fiO seven passenger Steams
cars, fully equipped and In first clasa condi
tion, suitable for livery, for sale, at a bureau
price. One 1912 Stearns-Knlgbt in perfect
condition. Owner placed order for six cylin
der and we have this enr for sale.
Tnß F. B. STEARNS CO..
1450 Van Ness nv. Phone FrenkMn IT>R.
WE have a big demand for second hnnd machines;
let us overhaul your machine and sell It for yon
ORIGINAL AUTOMOBILE CO., 10th and Fol
som sts.
WE have rebuilt cars of all makes from $150 m>.
See th«tn at the KASTERN AUTO EX
CHANGE. 313 Cough st.
$2,250— c cylinder Everitt given away hv j_w'
Drug Co. at a big sacrifice; big snap t> -W
lasts. H.-. nnyes rt. ™
$200 —Five passenger Ford: new tires- tioo
down, $15 per month. Piedmont .127 % Oak
land.
AUTOMOBILES OF ALL MAKES COOP AS
NEW FOR SALE CHEAP. CALL 312 OOUOH.
AUTO LAMPS and horns, sample line selling
cheap. BOESCH LAMP CO . 1135 Mission <>t.
FIVE passenger. 40 hr>. Overland, fully eqnipped;
must rpII quick: only $fi."o. |4S Hnvcs rt.
BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES
R.-S., Pierce, Emblem motorcycles and Weyele*
Cal. net.. J. T BILL. 881 Golden Gate ay." S. f!
JTOSICAL DTOTBU-LBirrS
PIANOS to bey or rent: lowest figures- easy
terms. STATHAM'S. 24 Hill st nr. Valencia
and 22d. manufacturers' agents. Tel. Mission
4.8_. Tuning, repairing; factory prices.
AA—WILL sell for storage charges fine Knube
sei.oO: Ftsrtier medium oprigtt $73: Steinwar
$S0; others. Whitehead's Storage. 1426 Mark"t'
A—FINK nssortir-ent of pianos to rent 10c a
day. SCOTT rr-RTAZ. in..v.-< 1 to .V_>l Haves.
PIANOS to rent: no cartaee. BYRON MACZY
Gold Medal Pianos. 2-'O Stockton st.
FOR gale—Wr'xT piauola. $1.0BS? practically
new: mnke offer. Market 1787.
Wl-tJU-tmi, FOR SAXB
FREE Furnished Raotns, Housekeeping Rooms"
Rooms With Board, To T.,t and For Sule
nigue given away to want ad patrons. Ask the
clerk for one when you Insert your advertise
ment.
- » ,
TWO dressers ami 3 beds complete. 738 7th «t •
cars 4, 5 and 24.
FCRNITERE WVNTED
J. BOKDEFELD hnys and sells second lud
desks, librnry and office fnrniihings: com Seta
stock always on hand. 855 st betw\
4tb and sth: phone Sutter 1209. V
-L, VINCENT. aiKtior.eer, 601 McAllister st frT
Hnme 334A4 Park 1805. pays the highest pr"«
for flats, etc.; "spot casb'"
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