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- €ITY REAL ESTATE
-J." WRIGHT & CO..
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,
.vn;».MERY°ST. (MILLS BUILDING)
* K >7* rol -l'-ECTF.P AND-. OWNERS ABSO-
Ll 1F.1.Y GUARANTEED AG.tfNST LOSS
■'TfKOM -TFXVNTS. FULR CHARGE
\ TAKKN OF PROPERTY.
M"M.V I.OANKD ON RF.AL KSTATE
WT6.ARE NOW 1 .!SiTNG PROPERTY FOR OUR
NEXT AUCTION: .
OFFER WANTED
»r..000. Corner in 4tb st.. 56x75, south of Mar
- ket-sr; property is use test investment
is. 1 . today.
, AT WATS, RENTED
$1..000, Rents $127J»; siv 1 room apartments
i (•.■•β-o new; pays very 4oigh rate of lnter-
Eigliteentu and Castro sts.;
full - ted )ot.
NF.VR dbCGH AND GEABI
I ■ :, ° 20 room building. leas»<l for $ioo per
. m>.. . )>i 27 feet f rout; this is an Ideal
/inrvstment^
REDUCED FROM $io.p/v>
$0,250 lot. 65x100 f«ei: very well lo
oiOi,) in I'm.* st.. near prominent tran«
-b roruPr; ! r >s than $lf."> per fn->nL foot;
bargain.
TV TIIK WF.AP.T OF THF Cttl
J- ....I \.. M , Washington and Kearny sts.: lot
fronting: two gtr°ct«; ; over i<»o feet deep;
'■ be cheaply Improved and would pay
torn.
RATES ST. OQKKE&
f-.-■."•■"' Xn unuKiiaßv desirable eorn»r; fiO feet
front; worth flO.OOOS'joed locality; close
to I'illni
SACRAMENTO ST. BUSINESS PROPERTY
$T.."iO,"i balaitce csn l remain on mtc.; store
with 4 room* in rear and 4 ents. of 4
naotna ea.; lot :w\ ft. tront; vicinity of
1 rHjc-t st.: full purchase price $li,'XK).
I lIESTDIO HEIGHTS
>r>..".00--Mecnificent site for a residence; lot
S3:4\KV«. Best part of tins desirable
neighborhood.
SOUTH OF MARKET
etll >t. rorner: s'>ld to close Mi estate;
f eth st. is rapidly building up; take a
walk down there and see for yourself;
this is a little nugget and should be
picked up at once.
TWO ELE«.ANT K&ATS
fT.vm Two macnificent fi room flats: unusually
well constructed; rents $«2.50 per mo.;
close to Hyde and Greenwich.
RICHMOND RESIDENCE
$7.soo—"New modern rt room res.; up to date In
every detail; garage; West Clay et.
ATTRACTIVF. RESIDENCE
$1,000 cash, balance on easy terms; modern art
istic 6 room res.; sleeping porch and ga
rage; up to date in every particular; see
thin today; agent on the premises; 1227
lOtb ax. i>£ar Lincoln way; Sunset Dis
trict; full purchase price $7,000.
.NEAR GREEN AND HYDE
$6,500 2 excellent flats of 5 and 6 rooms and
bath each; rent $55 per mo.
MjUHUOa BARGAIN RESIDENCE
$5,500 —9 rtxim residence, near San Jose ay. and
. 1 st.: lot feet front: a genrrlne bar
gain; must be mU to i:l'->ee an estate.
SIJNSETJ HKSIDENCE
$l°7Oo cub l'.legant 7 nvirn residence; hard
wovi fl.x.rs. beamed ceiling, etc.; modern
In <Kiy r>tail; near <th *.~, and J St.;
fiiVi purchase price $6,500.
NFAR SiOTT AND F.LI.TS
$4.50ff"— 2 4 and 5 n-oms each; lot 25x
•rhi*.
' \riFORMA STREET
$3,900 -FlTe poom cottage near 10th «r, and
r's'fifomfs -St.; full sized lot; nothing bet
ter offered.
NFAR GREEN AND KT.ARNT
$2,000- I.i.r 22:11x41:8; right in tbe heart of
the (.lij.
BIMI.PIMr TOT
$2.:?WH-Flns level lor near Tenth ay. and B
st.; nfcejbr situated; 25x120; owner might
comidtet L*e.
MISSTON COTTAGE
$2 oon 4 ro"iTi cottace near Ruttiefc end BvM>
wortb; Irit 2o?.!>l.
\ATOMA STRFF.T BARGAIN
j- o-n_ ,;,.,.c\ boßdin* fbt, 25x80 feet. In tbe
vicinity of loth st.: small flats constructed
her* would pay rr.>ll.
BARGAIN! BARGAIN: BARGAIN!
H.|6» Lot 29x100 feet; Istav., Richmond Dist.
SUNSET <;ORNER
$I.'OJiO -Nicelr sitnatw) corner, near 31st ay.
and W St.; t-ii* 33:8x100,
. "CD AY. NEAR GEARY
• f v"- F.xcelient lot In Richmond District, 20x
Vo feet.
TERMS'. TKRMS! TERMS'.
Jl./Wi— Excel lent corner lot. close to Ocean
boulevard: inside lots in the locality are
telling for $SO0; size »:6slOO.
WORTH INVESTIGATING
Jl , "" 1 e«sb.. ba!. $10 per mo., int. at fi per
cent per annnm; well situated lot, only 1
k from ftth ay. car line; has pretty
"Utloot from rear; full purchase price
only $650.
J. W. WRIGHT * CO.,
™* Montgomery st.. Mills bldg.
*io pnwN $10 DOWN
iTVN $10 DOWN
K!S PER MONTH PER MONTH
|5 PCVL MONTH $5 PER MONTH
$.'•6O LOT.' $550 I.OTS
CHEAPEST LOT? KTER OFFERED IN THE
SUNSET DISTRICT.
' IXB MARINE VIEW
?'Kf l FENCED AND READY TO BUTLD ON
N<> DRIFTING SANDS
P."i\p SFWER
d\f: BJ-OCK FROM GREAT HIGHWAY
% rOUB BLOCKS TO ELECTRIC CAJIS
wilj TlouWe your money! Don't Miss This
Offer.
QftCAB HETMAN ft BROTHER. Ide,
742. Market street,
?>«->m 2"0. Banker^ , Investment Building.
$JA> DOWN
$20 .MONTHLY—
a fine- lot rifbt ;ilo n g sirlc of Golden Gate
F'ark, oa 28Ui ay. and LiscSlß war (formerly
II sr. Street apphalted. >tune sidewalk, gran
rti yrater aud g:is. You can't buy
„ better lot in the city for the money—right
- the way froui ait the wonderful park
-Musi.- stand. St«.we lake. Museum.
m ChiWren'e playcrwnsto. li* eD the
L-rest rt>:--i '<( tbe world Ixnd along t-ide of
he [Hir'rif is always tlie most Mluble. If
jroe w-snf s l6i f" r a home you eaa't find a
if yon want one for tpecal*<
i!r,n don't Tiii's this opportunity.
Take F.llis st. car? ithe Ocean lineK Get
"ff ar Lincoln way and 26th ay.
LY<X\ & HOAG
Top Floor Realty Building
Market Street.
OSCAR HO'MAN & BROTHER, Inc.,
742 Markf-t street.
7l r m 2.';0, 'Bank-M-s" Investment Building.
S \ HOME
in '.VRDEV TERBSiCE! Fronting Mission
f-t s< Sickles ay.: lot* '•enriched; street bitu
mlnized; cemept »SdewalK», pas. weier. sewer
und electric4ty; 4, 5, c and 7 room cottages, on
mon*b!y piyraects.
• nay. av. r.ear f.awfnn >.(., Sun
-» ! and Richmond
'Ft HKYMAN & BROTnKR. Inc.,
7'? Market street.
Invent inenf Building.
; ti]SAIPEST~€STY L©TS
. block* from $30,000
i i -'■ lota ia all; i.nly fIM
Ml TT'AT. BOND AND MORTBAGK CO.,
CALL BLD«;. PHONE SUTTF.R 2<5«2.
$ll.oofr— Co«t $20.f(fiO; FATHER AND MOTHER.
iod h'>nie fnr ym «nd the children.
»t h sacril i;ate: 12 larsre. sunny
■ad 2 liHths. In San Mateo; ex
tra l»rj;>-. '■•»!. ar'>t!iids: beentifnl tree« «nd
■■••ty; no fflfm, i>" winds; up to date.
U'liti- to ."..'■'» Presidio ay.. San Francisco.
v biiild; will save you
money; 4 roam And hath cttaire. $1,600: B
i».m'«nd bsth, $1,200; 2 dats. $2,400. Will
pel >r,i] mosey to build frith, WM. H.
GRAHN. 90MI il.irrison. Pbaae Mission Rlßfl.
AItTISTIC HOMES.
lo Dow tiuilillns bet. Ifitb and 17th
bt> lenvni hikl Oeary sts.; protected by re :
wood rt"ois. nrwn grates, etc.; all
• . ].■ it»'; '1 car lines.
FERNANDO NELSON. Owner and Builder.
MUSKY REQUIRED TO BUILD if you're
. l.it or own h lot; we will bnild for
i .in.l pay v.- iln- s<me as rent. D. HOULE
m Market <-t. r-min 21«: lionrs 12 to 2.
\\ i7rkin«;man's opportunity.
each: 4 let* 23x108:6; ofT Mission *t.;
j i-iiiv-kt- from car»;
adjoining lots sailing $r.o<i iip.
JOHN E. HILL i-P.. ltd Slitter >t.
f3. :::.((■ -ti room rei-idence; fine location; worth
$: s<io, but ion*' waUt*; s* , " this for a bar-
Ap'.M.r ."11 i aytro st.
MISgION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAJKE'S
BAZAAB, 1108 VALENCIA ST.
A MODEL OF CIVIC ATTRACTIVENESS
Beautiful, well kept homes, fine schools,
churches and other public buildings: paved,
clean and well lighted streets; spacious park*
and playgrounds; 140 electric trains daily to
San Francisco—
THAT'S ALAMEDA.
Property for sale or exchange, houses for
rent. Ask 'is about it.
GUNN REALTY CO..
402 12th street, Oakland.
Phone Oakland lfl. __
$100 down. $20 per month, burn a new. arfistlr
bungalow in a desirable neishbornood of new
homes: half block to streetcars. trains,
beach and park: large lot: fine trees front and
rear: an exclusive and tasty exterior: a unique
and dainty interior: large open fireplace: book- |
case, writing desk, linen closets, etc.: kitchen j
» model of convenience: ,i real sleepin* porch: I
hardwood floors: fixtures were specially de
signed: garage; basement: many fentnres too
numerous to mention. Address Owner, bor
4457. CaJJ office.
RICHMOND REAL ESTATE
THE bi-sr investment on the.Pacific eos*t today is
Richmond Inner harbor property. Get sotre ,
of I; while the price is within your reach:
mines sre Increasing rapidly. See us for beet
locations and lowest prices. WENHAM &
PAUL. 112S Broadway. Oakland. Phone Oak
land 17«. r >. Richmond office, 14th and Potrero
it. Phone Richmond 7571. Transfer at fith
and MacDonsld to 6th st. car line going south
to end of line. _
WE have several cood pieces of Income property
on Macdonaid ay. See WJtIGHT BROS.. I'J'JO
Mac!ona!rl •»., Richmond. Cal.
RKDWOOD ClTY—Real^^state
ELEGANT HOME SITES, .only $K>o escb: $•">
down and $."» per month: no Interest, no ta* o ?-.
Write or cal] for handsome hooklet.
E W 423-42". Phelan bldjj..
7«0 Market st .g. F. AGENT? WANTED.
QOTEBy-gHT XAKBg
EXERCISE your right on 160 or 320 acres govern
ment land; rich soil, level, abundance water;
near railroads: pood markets. 328 Pacific Mdg.
_. COUSTBY BBAL BSTATI
HURRAHI HURRAH! HURRAH!
THE TUNNEL IS FINISHED!
The Oakland and Antiocli Electric railway will
nin rejrulnr trains from Oakland to Tjifayette
Walnut Creek, Concord and beyond within oO
days.
Transportation is all we reeded in the beautiful
MOUNT DIABLO COUNTRY
We bare everything else.
EXCELLENT LOCATION.
Just back of the Berkeley hills.
Commuting distance from Oakland and San
Francisco.
PERFECT CLIMATE
Never too warm— Neve,r too cold.
BEAUTIFUL SCENERY
Healthful Locality.
NO MALARIA
RF.ST OF SOIL
You can grow anything grown anywhere
In California.
SPLENDID WATER ,
Perfect Home Conditions.
Good Schools, Churches, etc.
The Coming Home Place for Those Employed In
San Francisco aud Oakland.
Two years will treble the population of Lafay
ette. Walnut Creek and Concord.
Hundreds will live and prosper where cone live
now.
What does that mean to Values?
Go anywhere,
lyook anywhere.
What has iransportation done to ve'uee
everywhere?
The same will happen here.
This is your opportunity.
Our terms are very liberal.
Any one can pay them.
You can buy a lot, an acre
or anything you want.
Don't wait until the road Is running its cars.
Mnko your selection now.
Watch the MOINT DIABLO COUNTRY grow.
Our TiHey is the last section within commuting
distance of Oakland and San Francisco to be
opened for Heal homes, and tbe LAST is the
BEST
If you want to live and enjoy life.
If you'want to cut the bigt» cost of living,
INVESTIGATE OUR LANDS
Call at office or wriie
R. N BURGESS OOMPANT.
734 Market St.. San Francisco. Cal.
Branch office. I">3.S Broadway. Oakland.
TALK ©IF CALSIFOIMIA
THE COWCHILLA RANCH AND TOWNSTTE.
This Is the best alfalfa, truck and fruit land
in the famous San Joaquin valley. It gives
the settler better land and better opportunities
than any other colonization company ran offer
at the same price. Don't fall to get our lit
erature. We pay railroad fare, automobile hire,
etc.. for all Interested parties.
MUTUAL BOND AND MORTGAGE CO..
1414 CALL BLDG- PHONE SUTTER 2WJC.
BUY acreage, not lots.
Buy In the path of assured development.
Buy within commuting distance of San Fran
cisco.
Buy adjoining rapidly growing town.
Buy Stanford acres.
Adjoining South Palo Alto.
I eye] laod; good soil.
Electric car service one block.
Price from $300 an acre up.
$7.30 per acre per month pays principal and
interest.
Thi-- land bound to become immensely valu
ah'e Iα near future.
C. M. WOOSTER CO.. 303 Phelan bide S. F.
9>ro ACM EA^CH
This ranch 1s In San Lnls Obispo; cash buyer
gets h bargain: pays 17 \' 3 per cent on present
valuation; can be had for less than present valu
ation on quick sale; rauee, owner very aged
w.man and unable to manage large raneb. QSO.
H. CHIOSSI. S.'S Pacific bldg.
BARGAIN buy near Stockton: 8 acres of deep
loam, on operating suburban railway and im
proved county road: c miles NE. of Stockton:
surrounding !aod selling at $25«> per acre;
$1,500 buy* the piece if taken at once. Ad
dress W. 11. DANIELS, R. F. D. Z, box 47A.
Stockton. Cal.
FINE .-hicken rtneh; 6 or 7J-; $500 to
$1.000 <!o—n. reft easy terms: hard finished
house; chicken house, barn, well; "_' mile"* from
I.iverinore; pood land: will be all plowed and
fit in erain: ready to move into; furo. or un
furn.; T,f) Belgian har"s. Art.Mrs.Bee.L'verrnore.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
and three lots on h paved street: four
lot! on T.d st. and my equity in 20 acres, im
proved. - 1 - miles out. on good road. Address
S. I. RIT'TIL'V. Turlock. Cal.
FULL information given how to rrtake app'.ica
lion for IrtO acres of timber or orchard land in
Jackson county. Oregon, st $2..Vl per acre.
NIOOLE, WALLACE & CO.. 4.';0 Pacific bldtr.
OHO LOMA— Rei-t land anil water in Sun Joequin
valley; $75 an acre; 20 acres or more.
CLARK & REED, 432 Market rt.
REST alfalfa land: abundance water; prosperous
community; price $110 an aer«: ease payments.
C. M. WOOSTER CO.. 303 phelan bids., S. F.
4.".7 acres. Placer co.; hp.rchin if taken at once.
Apply OWNER. 223 Firs) National Bank bids.
FINE HOTEL SITE for summer resort, $15,000.
Address OWNER, ho* 4142. Call office.
MISSION BRANCH OF THE CALL. BLAKE'S
BAZAAR. 1108 VALENCIA ST.
Bl RLINGAME REAL ESTAIB
C.". minutes from Third and Tewnfond Ma.
Like the famous P'-ninsula properties,
The '-Btirlingatne Foothill!-."
Where •■one look mosns a lot."
DaMen Addition No. 7 now open.
Houses already being erected.
Big Ml on broad oil tnncadam streets.
I,er Tfiur family live in Hh country, yet close to
yo-jr offlee.
Twenty-five train? a day: electric car service
fiorn Kit ill and Mark.a sts.
Make lot reservations nt once by applying to
F. J. ROPGERS. 2tT. 227 Mills building. S, F.
gOHOMTA COUHTY LJUfPS
.1. W. HORN CO.. PETALUMA, CAL.
jc,.V> cash and $500 per yc;ir buys a highly im
proved, modern fruit and poultry ranch at Peta
luma that should net owner, when fully stocked.
$2.">00 per year; total price now $4.β-io, Including
tine driving horse, harness and buggy. Write for
our liirce free list.
.!. W. HORN CO.. PETALUMA. CAL.
BRITISH COLUMBIA LANDS
FOR Investment* in British Columbia farms,
lands and new townsltes. write or call GEO.
ROBINSON & CO., 308 Monadnock bldg.. B. F.
JSA? TA CBPg BBAX ESTATE
HOMES, ranches, acreage; eji-bange; price list.
DAVID I. WILSON, Sauta Crna. Cal.
REAL ESTATE TO_EXCH AJi [ f iE
WE can e»ch»nsc anything .inywli(-rc. THE W.
. U. MACK CO., 123 Monadnock blug., S. I\. Cal.
*THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1913.
BUSINESS CHANCES
.
LUBECK'S, Inc.,
Sixth floor Pacific building. Market and 4th ets.
Phones—Kearny 1702, Home JlO2O. ■
ALL LINES OF BUSINESS , SOLD,
i ITV OR COUNTRY.
TO BUYERS AND SELLERS:
Onr well known and*!onc established reputation
is a guarantee that you will get reliable and
efficient service iv dealing through us.
LOAN DEPARTMENT FOR INVESTORS.
LUBECK'S. MS PACIFIC BLDG.
$750—CANDY AND NOTION STORE: well
stocked: rent $20 month. «itb living rooms: ab
*olutely clearing $125 month; trial given; fam
ily affairs cause of saip.
U BECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
13.500—LIQUOR STORE right h*re on Market
it.': big paying business: reasonable rent: at<vk
will invoice nearly price asked; partners dis
agree cause of selling.
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
LUNCH COUNTER' AKD RESTAURANT: right
off Market st. near Emporium; absolutely clear
ine $200 month; lease over fair; equipment,
none better: price $2.2.V).
LUBECK'B, 602 PACIFIC BLDQ.
$7M>-GROCERY and FAMILY LIQUOR STORE~
fine residential district: splendid permanent
cash trade: clean staple stools; rent $21 month,
with 3 nice living rooms.
LUBECK'g. cCC PACIFIC BLDG.
SALOON; 4th sf. near Market: finely equipped:
ir:ipf> Tery Taltiable asset; absolutely a real
money maker: owner retiring; a snap at $4,500.
LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLPG.
MOVING PICTURE THEATER; no finer located
or equipped in Oakland: mint for right party;
rigid investigation will convince you; only
$.''•,500 required.
LUBKCK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
SALOON LICENSE FOR SALE —
ran be used for sny downtown location; $700
takes It. LUBECK'S. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
ME FURNISHING AND CLOTHING STORE;
live town. Sacramento valley; no opposition;
doing $25,000 yearly business: staple stock of
about $6,000; retiring; will sell at invoice.
LI RECKS. 802 PACIFIC BLDG.
TO LEASE. HOTEL—Elegantly furnished. 50
rooms, large dining room, billiard parlor. spa
cious office; liquor concession procurable; beau
tiful grounds: Ideal location close to San Fran
cisco; will lease to responsible parties for a
term of rears at reasonable rent.
LUBECK'9. 602 PACIFIC BLDG.
GEO. A. HERRICK. 833 MARKET ST.
THE RELIABLE BROKER. ESTAB. 1575.
NOTICE —I will give you a reasonable tritl and
easy terms on any business you pun-base from
me.
GROCERY AND FAMILY LIQUORS, doing
over f.">.000 cash business per month: owner re
ttrlag OS accunt of old age: rent $175 month;
lease 5 years; clears $600 to $800 per month;
l-ri.-t' $6,560.
SALOONS! SALOONS! SALOONS! MI4MMON
SALOON MEN. ATTENTION: Now is a good
time to get in the saloon business. I have sev
erai GENUINE BARGAINS right now.
SALOON. HIGH CLASS, up to date; rent $90
NET; l'Hig lease: doing over $50 every day. north
of Maiket et.; near my office: price $4,300. I
will loan you a thousand or such a matter on
this place If you have not all the cash.
CLOSE IN SALOON—This Is a beautiful place,
NEW. finished In marble and mahogany; beauti
ful inlaid marble and tile floor; large, commo
dious marble toilet*; r»ut only half of the going
rents in same neighhorhood; 10 years' lease;
doing $75 per day business: price $8,000. Would
prefer cash for this place, as the owner is leav
ing the city.
SALOONS- 1 have several good paying neigh
borhood saloons and one ROAD HOUSE; road
house with dance ball; plenty of land in rear for
garden and chickens: fine bar trade; 6 furnished
rooms; rent only $2-"i per month: lease for 6
years; price $1,100, Including license.
GEO. A. HERRICK,
853 Market St.
DAVIS BROTHERS. W. A. Simons. Manager.
403-4 Of» pacific bldg.: phone Douglas lf>33.
BUSINESS PROPOSITIONS OF ALL KINDS
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
GROCERY AND FAMILY LIQUORS.
$3.*; daily trade: no credit; no deliTery.
Blg bargain if sold this week.
NICKELODEON: NO OPPOSITION; $1,250;
rent $60 lease to 1916; well fitted up.
DAVIS BROS.. 403-405 Pacific bldg.
AN opportunity with the Saturday Evening Post;
c city and country route for sale; both paying
good profits: a high class Investment; the Sat
urday Evening Post Iβ ever Increasing In clrcu
lation. 1012 Pbelan building. S. F.
BEFORE investing your hard earned money in
sDy business venture, let us make confidential
report. INDUSTRIAL INFORMATION BU
REAU. 34 Ellis st.
FOR rent —Summer resort with good saloon busi
ness; good location: near station. Address
Pleasant Villa. Vineburg, Cel.
FINE store to let, corner Post and Lyon; make a
good saloon or grocery; 3 living rooms; base
ment: $40.
FOR pale—Moving picture business fully equipped;
latest model machine (Powers, 1913). For par
ticulars address box 13. Petaluma, Cal.
$550—A good paying roadbouae on Mission road,
Duly City; low"rent: license paid tfll June. In
quire EAGLE I'.UEWERY. 5060 Mission et. be
tween 10 and 12 a. m.
PAPER route for sale on The Call. Apply to
Call office, Oakland.
JH^I^SJVO^J|ALB_
GEO. A. HERRICK. 833 MARKET ST.
COMMERCIAL BLDG. next door east Emporium,
ROOM 201. PHONE SUTTER 20D0.
_____ /
bargains in furnished hotels. apabt
mi:nt and rooming houses, flats
elegantly furnished little 30 room
APARTMENT HOUSE, close in. Will exchange
for property; price $2,500.
20 ROOM TRANSIENT HOUSE, downtown; 1
floor; corner; elegantly furnished; price $1,3j0.
50 ROOMS; rent only $5 per room; lease to
101';. This* is a bargain. Close in and always full.
150 BOOM HOTEL; corner, new building, new
furniture. -J blocks from Market st.; good lease
cheap rent. Will take partner for $4,000; will
clear $1 600 per month. Price $8,500.
GE<>. a. HERRICK, 833 MARKET ST.
A—CAMERON A < 0.,
714 MARKET ST.. ROOM 301 <Opp. C*ll>.
BANK REFERENCES. HOTELS. ROOMING
APARTMENT HOUSES. FLATS
TITLES GUARANTEED
SNAPS
CO well furnished rooms; central location; 30
stagle and 30 bousekeep'g; lease only $K>o mo.;
must be (-old by I9tb: or will trade for real
estate around bay: will sell half interest for
$1,800. including S.TOO cash up on lease.
ALSO 11— rooms, downtown hotel; lobby: fine
furniture: 100 steedy people; good transient
business; long leabe; lowest rent in city; re
duced to $12,000.
BOOMING HOUSE. 62 rooms: cost $7,000 to fur
iifsh: sacrificed for $3.?oo account leaving city;
civic center location- fine transient trade.
TWO fine apartment bouses; swell location: 43
*nd 45 rooms each; reduced to $2,500, $3,000.
AND 75 and 80 room apartment houses; 2 and 3
room apartments; lease. 1916; $6.50, $7 room;
Cue location, California st.
14 FINE rooms: busy location: well furnished: 4
year leas* , ; $«5 month- s>omfi boarders; price
$1,200. $800 down.
FOR SALE.
11 room lodging bouse at HO2 T!d St.; premises
oppn for inspoctSoDt bids will be received until
Monday January 2". at 5 o'clock p. m. For
information see M. J. HYNES, Public Adtninis
| trator. S5B Phelan building.
i -
JWTEBTMEHTS
A. E. WHITE COMPANY. BROKERS,
328 Monadnock Mdg., San Francisco. Cal.
Principal Dealers in Active Unlisted Stocks.
WK WILL SELL:
1,000 Bo«U>nPacin> Oil 10
100 Mascot Copper $2.25
1.000 National Wireless T. and T 12
1.000 Tidewater ami Southern Ry 60
.'iO Western States Life Ins 12.00
r>oo Calamonf Copper 60
,V> Chiapas Rubber 8.00
H. A. ROENITZ. BROKER,
751-53 Phelan bldg., San Francisco, Cal.
Buys and sells all local insurance, rubber, oil,
mining and industrial stocks aod bonds. Spe
cialty, Mascot.
CHESTER B. ELLIS & CO..
STOCK ANl> BOND BROKER.
714 Market s«.. opposite Call building
Largest dealers in exclusively unltsted. securi
ties on the. Pacific coast. Established 1599.
I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY '
BY PLACING YOUR INSURANCE.
I REPRESENT THE BEST COMPANIES.
KDWARD A. TOLLY, KEARNY 176,
MIXES AND MiyPTG
IF you waDt to interest yourself In a legitimate
mining enterprise, call on R. BELDEN. Belden.
Plutpas co., Cal. Plumas county is among lead
ing counties of the state for quartz and placer.
WILL exchange mining stock of merit or real es
iHte for gasoline pumping plant with capacity
of 50 g» lions per minute 100 foot lift. Box
4468, Call office.
MONEXTOJLOAN
A A—NOTICE—WHEN YOU NEED MONEY ON
YOUR SALARY. WHY NOT DEAL WITH A
WO-γ* TM CITY
M ' Month!y.S«mlmonthly.Wkly.
$50.00— Pay back... .$12.00 *«.on $.{.oo
45 00 '• " .-•• 10.00 B.« 2.50
$0% " " .... J.OO S.r.o ITO
20 00 " " 5.00 2...1) l.Si
UNTON CREDIT CO.. PHELAN BLDG.
VW HOUSEHOLD LOAN COMPANY
WILL WAX YOU "MONEY ON FURNITURE.
PIANOS ETC: $10 to $300: LOW COST: CON
FIDENTIAL HONEST AND SQUARE DEAL.
CALL OB WRITF. OR PHONE.
357 9 PACIFIC BLDG FOURTH and MARKF.T I
PHONE DOUGLAS S2H.-.
OAKLAND office. :,18 First National Bank bldg.
MONEY loaned on furniture, pianos and other
frecuritv: lowest rates; most favorable terms in
this city: «cc others, then see me and be con
vinced-" will save you money: $2.2.'. weekly
payTrvMn-n. Uhone Market -V.29. GBORQB
W. MILLER. •'5009 I6tli St., southwest, corner
Mission, room _
LOANS to salaried persons. WAGE carpers.
TEACHERS CITY EMPLOYES and OTHERS
with FIXED incomes; also OTHER proposi
tions Including advances on INSURANCE and
WAREHOUSE receipts: rates reasonable; pay
tnentseagy. 433 Phelan bldg.; ph. Douglas 3244.
A.—TREMAIN. with absolute privacy, any amount
at 3 rwr cent on fnrnfture, pianos, etc.. without
removal payable in installments or straight
loans at lowest rates cash, payments reducing
Interest: no commissions. 833 Market st. next
Emporium, room 811; phone Douglas 240-S.
LARGE or smaJl amounts, 6, f>i*> or 7 per cent.
flat or installments. If you are paying 10 to
15 per cent let me change your loan, save you
5 per cent of your interest. O. E. EVANS, ,
2367 f
CASH advanced on salaries; no security; lowest
rates. 313 Merchants' Exchange building;
pbone Douglas 1411, and 508 Call building;
phone Sutter 2f>37. ________
BALDWIN JEWELRY CO..
Gold and Silver Smiths,
29-So Kearny st.
LOAN DEPT. RATES 2 PER CENT PER MO.
MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE and oth
ers upon their own names; cheap rates: easy
payments: confidential. D. H. TOLMAN. 949
Phelan bid., and room 9, 460 13th St.. Oakland.
LOANS ON AUTOMOBILES. MOTORCYCLES
AND PIANOS. MEYER BROS., 114 SAN
SOME ST. TEL. KEARNY 3520.
AAA —Wage earners, either men or women, can
make a loan in strictest confidence at the Em
ployes' Credit Co.. room 424, Monadaock bldg.
AAA—SALARIED men and women accommodated
without delay or publicity. Home Credft and
Investment Co.. 321 Phelan bldg., third floor.
CASH loaned to salaried men on not* without
indorser. MORRELL. 1097 Monadnock bldg.
We loan ALL salaried people; save money by get
tfng our rate-. 1521 Phelan bldg.; Kearny 3247.
SALARIED LOANS; other propositions. San
Francisco Discount Agency. 411 Pacific bldg.
GOLDEN GATE LOAN OFFICE. 110 Kearny st.
I-ow rates on Jewelry* W. J. HESTHAL.
SALARY LOANS. $5 up: cheapest rates. D. D.
DRAKE. 94S Market %t.
JLO Asc3seaJJEstate_
AAA A —Will loan any amount at lowest interest
on first, second and third mortgages; estates
In probate, undivided interest; directly
with lender; no delay. R. McCOLGAN, 502
-f>o3 Call bldg., corner 3d and Market; phone
Douglas 2535. The oldest established and lead,
ing financial agency on the Pacific coast.
MILLER & DENNIS.
3396 26th st. at Mission.
We hare money to loan at 6 and 7 per c«nt In
city and Oakland. Prompt attention given.
Come in and see us.
Open Sundays. Hours —If> a. m. to 3 p. m.
ANY amount on real estate, first or second mort
gages: no delay; very lowest rates; if yonr
property Is mortgaged and you need more
money, see us immediately. O. W. BECKER,
Monadnock bldg.. 681 Market; tel. Douglas 21 .".0
~ DIRECT MONEY
NO COMMISSION CHARGED
BANK INTEREST—Ist and 2d MORTGAGES.
LOAN 20 per cent more than BANKS.
SHADBURNE CO.. 71f» Monadnoek building.
+♦♦ ♦ ♦ »-»-»-■»»♦♦-» »■♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦
] The Call j
; Gives Results I;
I To Want advertisers. ;;
i Hundreds of satisfied ♦
J advertisers testify daily ! I
I to the superior pulling $
♦ power of Call Want $
J ads. Phone Kearny I
j, 86 ; j
MONJI_WANTED
WANTED—S2,SOO at 7 per cent; first class
security of building and real estate, first mort
gage. Apply O. E. EVANS. 2367 Mission st.
MONEY ~~
Wanted for Al Security at 7 Per Cent.
Box MlO. Call oTflco. Oakland.
WANTED—S2.'.OOO. J2 per cent; $1. r io,ooo secur
ity; principals only. Box 6036, Call, Oakland.
MEETINGS—LEGAL
THE annual meeting of the stock holders of th«
Olympic Salt Water company will be held et
thf offlre of the company, 100 Davis St.. San
Francisco, on Monday, January 27, 1913. at
the hour of 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose
of electing a board of directors to serve for
the ensuing year and the transaction of such
other business as may come before the meet
ing. Transfer books will close Friday, Jan
uary 17, 1913. at 3 o'clock p. m.
CHARLES A. GIBSON. Secretary.
ANNUAL meeting—The regular annual meettnc
of the stock holders of tie Firemen's Fund In
surance Corporation, for the election of nine
directors to serve during the ensuing year, and
the transaction of sucn other business as may
come before the meeting, will be held at the
office of the corporation, 401 California etreet.
Ran Francisco, Cal.. on Tuesday, the 21st day
of January, 1913, at 10 a. tn.
LOUIS WEINMANN, Secretary.
LEGAL AND OFFICIAL
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY.
First Refunding Mortgage Gold Bonds. Notice
is hereby given that, pursuant to the provision*
of section 10 Article Fourth of the mortgage
and deed of trust executed by this Company to
The Equitable Trust Company of New \ork, as
Trustee, dated January 3rd. 1905, to secure its
First Refunding Mortgage Gold Bonds, this
Company baa set apart out of the net income
derived "by it from the lines of railroad subject
to the lien of said mortgage and deed of trust
the sum of $12,000 in the year 1912, in trust
to be used to redeem said bonds; and that
bonds will be redeemed therewith. Bids are
hereby invited for the surrender of such bonds
at prices to be named by the bidders to the
amount of $12,546.91, In the sinking fund.
Such bids should be presented to this Company
at its offlee. 165 Broadway, In the City and
State of New York, on or before the first day
of February. 1913. at 12 o'clock noon, and
should be indorsed "Bids for surrender of
Southern Pacific Railroad Company's First Re
funding Mortgage Gold Bonda."
Dated December 28. 1912.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY,
By G. L. KING. Secretary.
THE Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Homo
Society reports the following admissions into
the orphanage of whole and baif orphans from
July 1 to December 31, 1912, viz: Ethel Neu
stadt. aged 9 years 7 months: Brulah Neustadt.
aged R years: Mary Nenstadt. aged 4 years 10
months;' BenJ. Gilber, aged 11 years r. months:
Ethel Ciilber, aged 9 months; r;>thor
Goldman, aged 5 years 7 months: Mori is
Abrams aged 13 years: Virginia Schwarz, age<l
8 years' 6 months'; Nettie Rose Drucker, aged
4 'years 2 months; Robert Rackner, ag«ri 7
years 2 months; Martin Ettlinger. aged 10
years 2 months: Evelyn Ettlinger, aged 5 years
0 months: Florence Frelbert, aged 0 years 9
months; Dorothy Frelbert, aged 4 years 10
months: Abraham Mendelson, agod 7 years 11
months; Tobias Mendelson. aged 6 years 7
montUs: Vivian Harrts, aged 4 years 2 months;
F,dna Harris, aged 10 years 11 months; Minnie
Harris, aged 13 years 3 months: Sophie Cap
lan, aged 6 years 8 months; Rebecca Caplan.
aged r> years; Melville Baer. aged 10 years 1
month: Abram Baer, aged 5 years 4 months:
Rose Heller, aged 4 yeare: Simon Weltz. aged
8 years 8 months; Abraham Moses Weitz, aged
5 years 8 months.
ST. FRANCIS GIRLS' DIRECTORY AND OR
PHAN ASYLUM hereby give notice that the
following orphans, half, orphans and aban
doned boys and girls have been admitted dur
ing the six months ended Dec. 31, 1912: Ralph
Henry Sanguinetti, 6 years, c months; Thomas
Clowry White, 2 yeare. 11 months; Catherine
Hattie Hooghton. 10 years, 5 months; Fredl
7 yearn, 2 months; Adolfo Roacelli, 2
years John Mortera. 11 yeare, 6 months; Joee
Moriera, 8 years. 10 months; Charlie Moriera,
7 years, 10 months; Frank Moriera. 5 years,
8 months.
NOTlCE—Having sold my entire interest tn the
California Mexican restaurant, 1.511 California
it., to Miguel OTiedo. I will not be responsible
tor any bills after this date. January 10, 1913.
Y. TREJO.
THK riLLMOBJt BRANCH OF THE C__o,"!s
AT 1657 FILLMOBB IT.
PROPOSALS AND BIDS ...__:
■ NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed ; bids ; will he' received *at * the « office iof
the Comptroller, University." of < California. Berke
ley, «t 110; a. in. on Wednesday. January 1 29. on > !
the Hog House !at the \ University { Farm !at s Devi*.
'M Plans I unci J specifications f. arc ion file |in S said
office l and f, may be J obtained s upon S; the s payment;
of Mb - • ...
No bid* will be received unless accompanied fby
a <-ertifled check or bond i equal to in , per cent of ■
the bid to 5 secure I execution iof the contract by
the successful : bidder. The = right iis reserved to
rMect any or all bids. -
THE REGENTS 'OF 'A THE UNIVERSITY OF
■ CALIFORNIA , •._:
, ARCHITECTS. ATTENTION —You ) are J invited 'to
ir. submit ; plans I for sa f public library J building i for
rkiata, Cal. Site is 60 feet front by 100 deep,
1 front f east S and jis at northwest corner of ■ street
A'- crossing. Lot and surroundings are levels MRS.
W MATTIE WA. MANNON, ? Secretary, 5 Board %of
:u* Library Trustees. Ukiab, : Cal. -y ».*.<■ .V:V-rf* '■' *:'
I Classified Directory J
for Ready Reference
tiJbCOJ^^
JOHN ;' R. RUCKSTELL. C. P, A., 3d j floor Claus
B Sprec.kele g (Cain | building; phone Kearay 4151.
GOLD—Rich ore; amalfram bought: assays. 50c.
U Pioneer Assay office. 546 Market st.. nr. Softer.
ADVICE FREE—No charge unless sueceesful; all
■ cases; I all business quickly and quietly attended
to: bankruptcy; general practice. Open 5 every
' eevnlng. 3028 Market ■;St.." room 12. '■ -' '';
R. W. KING, attorney, Grant bide.. Market ' and
m 7th, room 320—A1l | cases; I low fees; nothing lin
advance or for consultation. Phone Market 912.
HARRIS & HESS, ■ attorneys at law; W. T. Hess, ,
I v ; notary public.,, ■ Room 709, Hearst building. ; >iy
Aj^rTE^rjj_______
IP you contemplate ■ building or desire |to hare I a
* capable 1 architect j superintend " construction *of
building, call ior write O. E. Evans. > 23*57 Mis
sion st. DON'T PAY RENT. Will build home
'.':, to ; suit .on easy : terms. /.-■ Phone Mission 7375. -~ '■
; ;;.ffi;: :;: .<; ; BABY r CARRIAGES ' -;-';.
A FIRST CLASS carriage, fully upholstered, with
r -;•. back curtain, - half i inch rubber tires, enameled
': handles, for $10. ■ - " • ■■■"'<.
COULTER'S RATTAN WORKS. 1141 i gutter ft.
JBFSIXESS^OIXEGJ^___^
HEALD'R BUSINESS COLLBGE— School of Ciril.
E Electrical. Mining, Architectural; day, evening;
j established \ 1563. % 425 McAllister st. ?:;?:::..?: ~
SAN ■■- FRANCISCO . BUSINESS si COLLEGE. 908
H Market j st. opp. 5th —Day ; and evening sessions.
ALT. s court I reporters | recommend i GALLAGHER
f§MARSH ! Business College. 1256 Market »t.«?»»'
THE FILLMORE : BRANCH :OF THE CALL IS
-AT 1657 FILLMORE ST. * ' -'..-.■ .:
BUTjn»NS_AjmjPLEATIN£
STEELE'S Button Wks.. 222 Ellis nr. Mason: ph.
. Franklin 452* and C 4521: mail orders solicited.
____^C^JRPET^^^
S. iF. COMPRESSED AIR i CLEANING J CO.. 397
" I Sutter St.; phone Kearny 5852 1 (BLUE WAGON)
— Carpets, rugs quickly, thoroughly cleaned on
pi floor i without ; removal; j estimates i free. •■- \. ' ; / ::
WHEN b you become "I disgusted v with s poor • work,
- send your carpets to J. SPAULDING A CO.,
353 ■ Tehama nt.; Douglas \ 3084, Home * J2347.
AA—National f- Carpet Beating Works—Hampton
M & Bailey, 344-348 Church; ■ Mkt. 180. Mkt. % 190.
WATT'S : reliable carpet cleaning: alterat!cms,ren
\-l : ovating. laying. 'v 444 ? Divisadero; ph. Park 569.
CATARRH ANI> DEAFNESS
EAR noises positively cured: new: antiseptic: 1 !
X - week i free ;to , convince. : , DR. COTTINGHAM,
■-■'•f expert ear, nose, throat. 821 Market, rm. 402.
; ; : C'i : ■■:' : DETECTITE AGENCY : Jy^
LUCAS DETECTIVE AGENCY. 713-15 ' Pacific
- building —31 years' experience; all transactions
; STRICTLY confldontial: | none • but '; experienced
" men employed. Tel. Sutler 585. .->.".
DEXTISTS____
ARTIFICIAL TEETH- "THIS I ONE ? THING ' I
8 DO." DR. C. E. WILSON, 323 Geary, suite 604.
DR. IRA G. LEEK-All '<■ kinds iof - ( dental " work.
':,, 517 Fillmore st. near Oak. : ■ 'V^;
DOC Ail! CAT HOSPITAL . .
S. F Dog-Cat Hosp.. 1"71 Fulton r near Broderlek;
If, animals treated; board; ambulance. West 8312.
DRESS MAKING
MCDOWELL'S Dressmaking and * Millinery School
—Kvening classes; ?: pattprns ' cut - to > order. • s 121
/Gearys st. nr. Grant it.; tel. Douglas 5731. ;
P. ! L. . BROWNS—Evening gowns, street j dresses,
alterations. >< Rm. t 22. 376 y Sutter; Kearny 3844.
PERCIVAL DRESSMAKING SCHOOL, 3d * ay.
. :; ,: and East 12th | st., Oakland: tel. Merrltt 1051.
FURS
E. E. WALLET, furrier, suits, coats, , skirts: i re
modeling and repairing of furs at lowest prices.
1746-48 Fillmore nr. Sntter; Oak'd. 1537 B'way.
AD KOCOt'R, ■ '.'22 Monadnook building, s "' 681
• ; Market st. * near : 3d—Remodeling, ,v repairing,
, / dyeing -at % popular : price?. Raw furs bought.
' FILESJRECUT_
OLD files * reset \by < new process. 715 * Clay ; at., 3
i Oakland: phones . Oakland 6171. A 2734. V ■ '
CALffORNIA KEBBe
WEEK I free—For | $2 1 we j cure i catarrh, I deafness
• i •nd I fsthma; i for $5 we cure > blood " poison i with
. i out shocking i the ~ system. ilf ? sick, ■*. call s.«. for
samples. HERB REMEDY CO., 935 Market st.
INSECTS EXTERMINATED
QUICKLY AND \ PERMANENTLY IBY I THE IN-
V SECTICIDE * CO.. : 657-6."!) ■ Phelan i. building. ; ';
INYALIP CHAIRS -
SOLD, rented, exchanged; manufacturer of Eames
i tricycle chair. 1714 Market st.: tel. Park 2940.
LTMBER FOB SALE
NEW lumber. $10: shingles. $1.50; ■• rustic, $10;
n: doors. $1.10; send : lists. SWIFT A. CO.. 1 10th
and 1 Mission sts. : - : -''.'■/'.' : '. v V^-.''■'■• --,'-y'''* '■■'■■ ii
, . PATEyT.'ATTOBirETS
_;
DEWE STRONG r & CO.—Founded 1860; U. '■ S.
,'i and foreign patents; inventors' ' guide: 100
j's mechanical a movements ; free. *, 914 916 r Crocker
building. San Frycisco. - : ; ' , ■J,,' ■£■■■'■ -■■■ --- :
ARTUL'R iL. SI.EE, registered I patent :| atty. and
£ mechanical * expert; U. S. and foreign , patents
■'.'"'■ solicited. 704-705 Foxcroft , bldg.. 68; Post x St.
C IP. GRIFFIN, ex-examiner U. S. patent I office;
>v U. S. and i foreign patents. 704 Pacific bide.
H. c. SCHROEDER. patent, trademark attorney.
' 417 ! First i National s Bank building. Oakland. Ml
CO\ST NOVELTY CO.. 2108 s I.VTH ; ST.—TOOLS,
} : . DIES AND EXPERIMENTAL WORK.
MISSION BRANCH sOF THE 5 CALL. BLAKE'S
?? BAZAAR. 11l 8 VALENCIA ST. ,- - *■ :; x-'H
PENSIONS
M. H. BAMMIS. portion Htty.; pensions, back pay,
i« lost I army papers secured. •% 3415 22d, suite 28.^
PHYSICIANS
IS KKMAI-E COMPLAINTS—
m Established fln S. F. tor |28 1 years; I sure % and
If Quick I results; s-trict. rHIaMo grad. | physician;
U* no 8- detention from . booie lor ? occupation; i< my
'i* method* ! are original ! and J »re ■ "<>t need :by ( other
> A specialists; | antiseptic ■ nn<l ;. pninlese; c my ; offices
V< are so arranged that the utmost privacy is as
; i sured: 5 consultation c and I adlee. f free. Room ]3,
: 1025 s MARKET ST. between 6th and 7tb sts.;
yi hours 10-4, e:3O-9: j Sunday«Ml-a. , |a^^aißßggSainj
IF worried i consult lat S once; ? painless s treatment;
4.. confinement $25;-2 with | nurse. ; .; Suite r 101. 787
M Market 1 st. ' «S
DISEASES men and » women specialty; J physician,
surgeon- PENN DRUG CO.. 12.", 3dBt.i;^a^#
■ CANCER successfully treated by direct medication
«nd X-ray. CANCER INST.. 70-t Van Ness ay.
■ DR. YOUNG CHINESE , HERB CO. (estab. la U.
%S. 1882) I cures all diseases. 1844 Sutter jfiVtjgßm
SANATARIUM FOB SALE
THE ! largest and \ best equipped sanitarium In the
state: 585 acres of land: tine climate; buildings
end 1 furnishings all ready for use. For price
and term* call on or address
D. E. BESBCKER. 529 Pacific hldg.. S. P.
STAMMER? Method fof J cure explained S FREE.
M. L. HATrIELD, ieiS Urore, Oakland, Cal.
STORAGE AST) MOTING YASB
EXCURSION rates east on household goods;
$1.75 per hundred to Chicago: through car
service. BEKINS VAN A STORAGE CO.
WILSON BROS. CO.. fireproof storage, moving,
packing, shipping. Rpmoved to 1R36 Market
st. near Haight. phone Park 271.
PIERCE-RODOLPH STORAGE CO. 1450 Eddy
et.; phone West S2S, Home 52828.
TRUSSES
CLARK. GANDION CO.. exclusive truss, elastic
hosiery, braces, etc.: lady aid. 1108 Market.
_WDfDOW
ADVANCE window shade factory, put up at short
notice. GEO. WALCOM CO.. 1131-39 Sutter st.
Births, Marriages, Deaths
ti —-^J
Birth, marriage and death notices sen» by mail
will not be Inserted. They must be handed In at
either of the publication offices- end be indorsed
with the name and residence of persons author
ized to have the same published. Notices re
stricted simply to the announcement of the erent
are published once in this solmunf ree of charge.
# — «•
I Marriage Licenses |
* -
SAI* FRAXCISCO
The following marriage licen&es were issued
Thursday, January 16, 1013:
BALESTRERI — CAENIGUA—SaI va tor* Bales
treri. 30, 19 Card alley, and Maria Camlglia,
19. 22 Card alley.
BEHTZ—BRODEN'SEX—Hans B. Beetss. 21. and
Una ML Brodensen, 20, both of 1225 Eighth
avenue.
BRADY— FUCHS—James J. Brsdy. SI. 4.4
Eighth avenue, and Anna B. Fuchs, SS, 30f
Eighth avenue.
CHEVALIER —ROBERT—PauI Chevalfpr. 2..
1211 Stockton street, and Marie Robert, 22,
2311 Union street.
COUGHLAN— BARION-— Walter S. Coughlan. 21.
Berkeley, and Gertrude D. Barion, 20, 77 Dame
street. „ ' m
CR.MG—DA VlES—Harold C. Craig. 2«. can
Francisco, and Gertrude I. Davles, 22, 749
Taylor street.
DAKAS—BOLTZ—James Dakas, S3, 681 Tolsom
street, and Martha BolU, 25, 190 Fourth
street.
DEACON—HARLAN—Hiram H. Deacon, 44.
Sutter Creek, Cal., and Julia M. Harlan, 37,
Sacramento.
DEDAS— HUTCHINSON— August Dedas. 24. 911
Howard street, and Harriet Hutchinson, 24, 377
Twenty-ninth avenue.
DONDER0 —FETTFXBERG —George Dondero, 22.
449 Green street, and Frieda Fettelberg, 22,
108 Dolores street.
HENCKEN —KUUI.S —George F. Hencken, 2fi.
1351 Church street, and Anna J. Klahn, 23,
266 Brighton avenue.
HICKS—BALKESLEE —Tracy C. Hicks. 24,
Waukegan, 111., and Lola M. Blakeslee, 24,
Los Angeles.
KUEBEL.ER— HOPMANN— Louis Kuebeler, 21.
and Louise W. Hopmann, 18, both of Ruther
ford.
MOGANTALE— SELLA.— Antonio Mogantale. 2T>,
and Franceses Sella, 22, both of 811 Treat
avenue.
OLIVER—BOXALD —Virgil S. Oliver, 22, Oak
land, and Vernlce Bosald, 19, 459 Broderick
ORKTiib—PRADA— Martin Orctgo, 41, and Rosa
S. Prada. 32, both of San Jose.
REED—BERRY—Harry C. Reed, 29, Fresno, and
Ethel M. Berry. 25, Fresno.
SERRE— PONS— Pierre Serre, 81, 402 Broadway,
and Louise Pons, 26. 59 Homestead street.
SfTHERLAND—McKELLAB— Bruce S. Snther
land. 24. Toronto. Ontario, Canada, and Mary
I. McKellar. 24, 1217 Shrader street.
SWINGLE—WILLIAMS—AIba B. Swingle. 32.
Oakland, aud Mayine Williams, 27, 9 Lcroy
TrCKKR—VAX DYKE—Fey D. Tucker. 22. I«0r>
Hampshire street, and Hortenee L. Van Dyke,
22. Oakvllle. Cal.
WHITTEN — MeINTYRE —Zachary R- Whltten
Jr., 22, 866 Potrero avenue, and Martha Me-
Intyre, 21, 3126 Twenty-first street.
OAKLAND
The following marriage licenses were Issued
Thursday, January 16, 1913:
BATT—SALAS— Albert J. Batt, 31, and Sidonia
Salas. 22. both of Alameda.
GREENWOOD —CHAlK—Daniel B. Greenwood.
27. and Ida J. Cbaix. IS. both of Niles.
LUNDGREN —OLSON —John G. Lundgren. 33,
Oakland, and Lula M. Olson. 33. Piedmont.
MILLER—STEPHE-NS—Daniel Miller. 47. and
Aleen Stephens. 37, both of Oakland.
MT'RDOOK —COLEMAN—Thomas D. Murdoch.
25, Ran Francisco, and Marlon Coleman, 22,
Berkeley.
FROLI,—FENN—CarI H. Proll. 37. San Fran
cisfo. and Gertrude Fenn, 37, Oakland.
SANDY—BARRY —Francis J. Sandy. 31, and
Margaret Barry, 19, both of Oakland.
TRYNBR —GOODMAN —George R. Tryner. 30.
and Ruth I. Goodman. 22. both of Berkeley.
MARRIAGES
GIBSON—MONTFORI> —In this city. Janoary 14,
ini3. by Rev. W. E. Dugan. pastor of Stewart
Memorial -Second United Presbyterian church,
Adam Gibson of Belvedere, Cal., and Mary C.
Montford of Oakland. Cal.
OBITUARY
MRS. REBECCA BEAMER—Woodland. Jan. 16.
Mrs. Rebecca Bearuer, mother of R. H.
Beamer. former member of the state board of
equalization, former mayor of Woodland and
banker, died here today. She was 87 years
old. Deceased was one of the most widely
known pioneer women of Yolo county. She
was born In Tennessee, her maiden name being
Rebecca Anderson. Sbp was married In 1R47
to R. Lv Beamer. a forty-niner and pioneer
rancher of Yolo county. She came to Califor
nia and Yolo county in 1554. Two daughters.
Mrs. Tena Csldwell and Mrs. Mary Brown,
both of this city, survive her. Ten grandchil
dren and sis gTeat-graudchildren arc also
living.
B P. BARKER, VINEYASDIST—OakIand. Jan.
IT,.—Benjamin Pbelps Barker, for 14 years
superintendent of the Olvina vineyards at T.lv
ermore, died today in this city, after a long
Illness. He had been an invalid for eight
years. Barker was a native of New York. 57
years of age. He came to California 22 yesrs
ago. He was a member of Mosaic lodge No.
218. F. & A. M., of Llvermore. He leaves a
widow, a daughter. Mrs. George E. Furbush of
Alameda. and two sons. James B. Barker arnl
Claude K. Barker. Funeral services will be
held Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock at the
California crematory chapel.
J. N. PRIEST. G. A. R. VETERAN—Oakland.
Jan. Iβ.—James N. Priest, a veteran of the
civil war. is dead at bis reMdenc. 1314 Sev
enth street. He was one of six brothers who
served in th« union army. Priest was a mem
ber of Lyon post. G. A. R.. which will hold
memorial services.
DEATHS
Abbrs. Frarz H 71|Horton, L. G 74
Adams. John L 34 Huested, Orson J 62
Alexander. Rob*>cka. SOlKearney, Mary —
Barden. Harry J. .. •32 ;Keilbar, Bessi« 58
Barker, Benjamin P. 51|Kell*r (Mass)
Barry, Mary 81 Keller. James 8....58
Beban. Marie A — KUliles. Matthew D. 7"
Bistorious, Albert .. 66 Lauinger, Barbara... 71
Brokenshire. Charlee. 63 Letterln, Margaret.. M
Burnell, William A. 751 Under. Charles 75
Campe. Charles J... —;Lowe. i Thaddeus 5...50
Clifford Mary J —iMcKinnoii, Miles A .23
Cortsen! Marie 72|MacGregor, William. 41
Crane, Mary — Mahler, Henry 6S
Crowley, Patrick ... 72 | Mahoney. Mary Kβ
Cobbon, Marguerite.. 68 O'Donoghue. Mary P. —
Curran, Joseph.. — Randall. Emma C...4«}
Dahlton. Nora 70 Robinson. Fredrick.. 35
Dams, Henrich 82 Simon. Meta —
Eddy. Mrs. Margaret 85iSnyder. Grace II 27
Ferren. James H.... —jSpencer, Minnie C.. 3S
Fink. Louisa 33;Stange. Caroline 60
Fletcher. James P.. 55|Vanderlip. Dr. John. 77
Glascr. Herbert 28; Van Winkle. James.. «2
Hoagland, Elizabeth —'Wiley, James H —
ABBES—In this city, January Iβ, ISH3. Franz
H.. beloved husband of Caroline Abbes, father
of Mrs. E. L. Stone, and grandfather of Carol
A. Stone, a native of Germany, aped 71 years
3 months and 19 days. tLos Aigelc I .
papers please coy.l
Friends end acquaintances arr rrspeetfHlly
Invited to attend the funeral services taeuxmm
(Saturday). January 18. 1913, at 2 o'clock
p. m.. st hie late residence, IM«'< Filbert
street. Interment private. .
ADAMS—At sea. from steamer Jan
uary 7. 1913, John l>. Adams, dearly beloved
hnsband of Adeline Adams and father of Mar
ian L. Adams and stepfather of Viola and Her
man Payne and beloved son of Etta I-. Adams
end brother of William, Frank and Bp»sif
Adams and Mrs. Mattie Beck, a native of
Maine, aged 34 years 6 months andr 1 day.
(Seattle papers please copy.)
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in
vited to attend the funeral today (Fri/layi,
January 17. 1013. at 2 p. m.. from the mor
tuary chapel of the Golden Gate Undertaking
Company. 2475 Mission street near Twenty-fir.-i.
Interment Mount Olivet cemetery, by electric
funeral car from corner of Twenty-eighth and
Valencia streets at 2:30 p. m.
ALEXANDER—In this city. January 15, 1918, Re
beeka. dearly beloved wife of Robert Alexander,
and loving mother of William ,T. aud Joseph
1). Malougb and Mrs. A. Sarcandier and Mrs. J.
Ooerlng and the late Charles end Andrew
Malongh. a native of County Fermanagh. Ire-
CEJtfETJRJJS9^J¥B^]^
<2p" Before Final VrrnniEomente dp
Are Made Be Sure and See jC
jiiv A modem park cemetery with per- ,j^,
*2p petiial care of all lots and graces. tjp
jjfe. Special Inducements tn those hat- X
"kJ? Ing morals from city cemeteries. cjs
vv City office. Head bldg., Po«t et. X
StcJ* and Grant aTe.
I Births, Marriages, Deaths |
land. aged *0 years Q months and 11 days.
Krien<Js and 'acquaintances arc respectfully in
vited to attend the funem! tomorrow (Saturday , *,
at S:4.> a. m.. from her late residence. It
Keith street near Kvhii«, thence to All ll*Mown
church. where a requiem high mass will b«
celebrated far the repose ■•!' her MP, com
mencing at 9:30 a. in. Interment Holy CMH
cemetery, by carriage.
BARDEN —In this diy. January 14. 101". Harry
Joseph, dearly beloved hDHU4 of Lily Barden.
devoted son "of the lute ThOtttUi and Su*an
Barden. and loving brother <>( Thomas Barden,
a native of San Preoetofo. »sed "2 years.
Friends and acquaintances ar<" resoec tfiilly in
ritPd to attend Om funernl today t.Fridari.
at 11 a. m.. rrcm the parlors of Suhr A
WU-boldt. 1353 Valeßeis street near Twenty
fifth. Interment '.'.vpress Lawn cemetery, by
11 :M a. n>, tralj froa Tv\< tity-nftb aud V«
lpnria strpets.
BARKER--Tn Oakland. Cal.. Jeniery 1«. lf>'3.
Benianiin I'bPlpr- Barker. husl>>t»rl o< Mrs. Ben
jamin Barker, nod father of Mr*. Oorfe K.
Furbusb of Alauxvls. <a!.. »nd BPiijamln
and riaudp K. Barker, and brother of Mrs.
Julius Paul Smith of Livermorp. Cal.: Mrs,
W. J. Beal of BozPtnan. Mont.: Mrs. Olivet-
Fliller of Augusta. )lf : Mr>. CTtttl** Oilbert
*<■>„ of Chicago, 111., and Mr*. lr« Bradford of
St. Petersburg. Fla.. a nstiv of Now York.
app'l 57 years 10 raontbs and 10 «)i r >
BARRY—In this Hty. .January lV 101". MsT.
widow of the )<»lp F.dwsrd Barry, mid loving
mother of Edward, William hq.l LiuW Barry, a
Datire. of CoiiDtv fork. l'p]ati'l. asci SI yesir*.
Friends and arp t»-si>e<"tfiill? ln
rited to attend the funersl tomorrow (Saturday i.
at R. 15 a. m.."from bpr late rvsMwre, Vnl<yi
avpnue off San Bruno road, thence to St. John's
church, wbfrp » retjolem Inch mass will b*
celebrated for the rep<>>e "t ~Pr sf -ul. com
mencing at f< o'clock a. m. Interment Holy
Cross cemeteiy.
BEBAN—In this Hty. .Tannnw 15, iftlS. Marl*
Agnes Beban. dearly beloved wife of Potnenlco
JT. Beban. and loving daughter of Hannah and
the late Mirharl McCarthy, and devoted sinter
of Mrs. E. P. ArebrtMNT xwi Michael M<
Carthy Jr. the lato Jrnnes. Jobu and.
Thomas HtCmttbj, a native of San Kranriwo,
Gal.
Friends and arquaintances are respectfully In-
Tited to attend the funeral tomorrow iSaturday 1.
January IK, »t !• c. m.. at the parlor*
of Valente. Marini. «laralf= & Oft.. 649 «re<-n
ft reel, thpnee to St. Francis church, where a.
requiem high mass will be celebrated for tb»
ropose of her ■Oβ!, coinmencins at 0%0 a. ra.
IntprmeDt Holy I'ross remet'-ry.
BISTORIOUB— Id Oakland. Januarr I*>l*
Albert, belored husband "f Curistina Blstorlous.
and father of Mrs. William Schluter and Mrs.
ftf. M. Cotad and Pora T. Ada L. and Geor«
Albert Bistorious. and brother of J. H. Bi«
-torloup and Mrs. John ("allaghan and Mrs. Kat*
Morrall of peoria. TIL, a native of Ftance.
atred 66 years S months and 25 days. A mem
ber of Live Oak 1-odge No. fil. F. A A. If.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully in-
Tited to attend thp funeral services tomorrow
(Saturday i, Janua-y IS, 1913, at 2'clock p. ra.,
at the MasoDlc teaiple. corner of Twelfth »nd
Washington ctree I. Oakland, nndpr the aus
pices of Uve Oak Ixjdge No. 81, F. & A. M.
Interment private Retnsiiis at the parlors of
tW Albert Browii 554 Thirteenth
tt.reet, Oakland.
BROKENBHIRE—In Oaklftd. flanuary 1-V 1913.
Charles R, Brokenshire, a native of East MH
ton. Mass.. aged 63 years 2 months and 3
days. A member of San Francisco Typograph
ical Union No. .21.
Friends are respectfully Invited tif attend th*
funeral services tomorrow (Satnrdayi, January
18. at 10 o'clock a. trj.. at of th«»
IVuman Undertaking Company. 2535 Telegraph
avenue southwest corner of Thirtieth street.
Oakland. Interment Evergreen cemetery, by
* automobile.
In tills city. January 14, 1»13. Wil
liam A., husband of the late Jane M. Bnrnell, -
and father of Mm. Paul J- McCormick and Mre.
Robert J. A. YVplr. a n#tjTe of New Tork.
aged ~$ years 11 morithe and 1 day.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfullyJn
vited to attend the funeral serricee tofley
at 11 o'clock a. m.. at hie late resi
dence. 1235 Waller street. Interment prirate.
CAMPE—In this city, .Tannery 14, 191S, Charles
J., beloved husband of Ellen Campe, and father 0 c
of Mrs Martha Squires and Mrs. LilHe Bur
llngaroe and Arthur and ?red Campe, » natlr*
of Pittsburg.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to Rttend ,tbe funeral today (Trtday).
January 17. at "](> o'clock ft. ro.. from the
chapel of Julius S. Godeau. 41 Van Ness ave
nue, thence to Church of the Advent for eerr
ices. Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery.
CLIFFORD—In this city, Janiary Iβ, 1913, Mary
J., beloved wife of Henry Clifford, and beloved
daughter of Mrs. Kate and the lat* Michael
O'Brien, and loving sister of Mr». J. Leroux.
Mrs AY. Smith. Emiiy and Frank O'Brien, a.
native of San FTanciseo.
Remains at the psrlore of Mcßrearty A
McCormick, 91"> Valencia street near 20th.
COR.TSEN—In this city. January 14, 1918, Marl*,
wife of the late Frederick Cortsen, tnd beloved
mother of Henry J. and Charlee A. Corteen
and Mrs. T. J. Plnan and Mrs. Paul Gaetjep,
a native of Denmark, aged 72 years 11 month*
and 10 days. °
The fuisern] will take fclace today (Fri
day). January 17. 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m..
from the residence of her son, Charles A. Oort
sph. 1R Danvers street. Interment Cypress
l.awn cpmetery.
CRANE—In this city. January Iβ. at the re«l
dence, 1 Shipley street, Mary, dearly beloved
wife of the late William Crane, loving mother
of Mrs. J. J. Paughney. Dennis, Joeeph and
Mamie Crane and the late William B. Crane,
sieter of Cornelius Snllivan and Mrs. L. Bergst,
a native of Cork. Ireland.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
CROWLET—In this city. Jaauair 15. 1913. Pab
rick Orowley. a native of County Kerry. Ire
land, aged 73 years.
The funeral will take place today (Friday),
at 9 o'clock a. m.. from the parlors of ,T. v,
O'Connor & Co., 532 Valencia street Six
teenth. Intenuent Holy Cross cemetery.
CXTBBON—At Conception. Cal.. January 14. 1913.
Marguerite, beloved wife of the late Ttiomae
Cubbon. and loylng mother of Thomas, Albert
and Jack Cubbon of England aud Mrs. Katt*
KLnre.ad, Mrs. Lizzie Korthalu and Mrs. Annie
Rhodps and Martha Cubbon of San Francisco,
and sister of Mrs. Lillfe Tapp of Vale. Ore.,
and Mr*. Kate Bennet of Ramsey and Thomas
Collister. a native of Isle of Man, England,
aged 58 years and 10 days.
CURRAN—In this city, January Iβ, 1913.
Joseph, dearly beloved eon of Mary and the
late Daniel Curran, and lorlria: brother of
David Currsn Jr., a native of San Franei»co,
Cal., aged 14 days.
DAHLTON- In this city. January 15, 1313. Nora,
beloved wife of Oliver Dahlton. and loving
mother of Alexander J. and May E. Pahlton
and Mrs. James J. Tiooney. and sister of
Mr?. M. O'Brien, a native of Ireland, aged 70
year?.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
cited to attpnd the funeral today (Friday i,
«t 8:30 o'clock a. m.. from bcr late residence,
406 Utah street near Seventeenth, thence to
St. Charles church, wheic a requiem high ma?i
n ill be celebrated for tbc repose of her soul,
commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy
Cross i-emetpry, by carriage.
DAMS—In Oakland. January 15. 19in. at the
German Altenbeftn. Henrich Dams, dearly be
loved busban'i of the laic Minna Dams, a nativ*
of Possen. Germany, aged 82 yars 3 months
and 7 day?.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully In
vited to attend tho funeral services today
(Friday. January 17. 1918. at 2 o'clock p. m..
at the German Alteofceim. Hopkins street.
Oakland. Remains at the funeral parlors of
Ernest A. Wollitz, until Friday noon.
EDDY—In this city. January l«. u>l3. Mrs. Mar
garet Eddy, a native of New York, agfd 83
years.
FERREN~In this city. January I*s. 1913. Jam-s
H. Ferren, beloved brother of John L. Ferren.
Mrs. w. J. Bloc ami Mr*. Etta Dunphy. a
native of Boston. Mhm. A member of Yerba
Bue.aa lodge No. 17SS. Knights of Honor, and
the Retail Shoe Clerks , Union No. 410-
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully
Invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Satur
day), at f> o'clock a. m.. from St. Patrick's
church. Mission street between Third and
Fourth, where mass n ill l>e celebrated for th*
repose of b,ls soul. Interment Holy Cross
i-ometerv. by carriacp. Remains at the funeral
Tiirlors of Bunker & Lout. 2406 Mission
street * between Tweuty-eecoed aud Twenty
third.
FINK—In this city. JnDuary Iβ. 1913. st iier
hkte resi'lenor. 741 Vprmont street betwepn.
Nineteenth and Twentieth. Lonlsa Fink, dearlr
beloved wife of Anton Fink, and loving mother
Contlnnetl on Next Pace
WHEN THE UNDERTAKER
BECOMES NECESSARY
SAVE HALK «ke Funeral Expense.
Telephone
JULEUS So GQWLAV
Market 711. Oakland 4045.
Independent «»f the Trust
THE GODEAU FUNERAL SERVICE will
furnish for $75, embalming shroud. rfWer
mounted, cloth coTered casket, heere* and
two carriages and glte personal super-
TRUST" 1 UNDERTAKERS WILL CHARGE
you $75 for the casket alooe, und all
tbelr prices are proportionate.
Gode&u Funeral Service Save* You Half.
Auto ambulance, carriage* anil amos for hire.
SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND
41 Van Ness Ay», 2210 Webster St.
305 Columbus Ay*. Pho=» Oak. 4045
_f REMATORIES AyPjCEMETORIES
CYPRESS LAWK
208 HE WES Bl.rxj.. 905 MARKET ST.
Butter 6»">, Home J4107.
(Cemetery t'hone Mission a 341.)
All arrangement* for bbriala or cremations
made at city office or cemetery. Special atten
tion given to reniOTal* from old city cemeterie*.
Entire cemetery under perpetual care, guaranteed
I)/ obi PeriietuiU tare Fund of $400,000.
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