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FLATS TO LET
l "R sale or rent—s rooms and bath: all good
Eurnttore; newly papered and painted; sun In
every room; 3 beds. Call 2 to 4. 1443 Divisa
McALLISTER st., 2012— Furnished flat! 3
sunny, modern rooms, garden, store room; $20
WB ay.. 760. Richmond District, near park—
Furnished 2-3-4 hsfcpg. flats; bath: $12.50 up.
6TH ay., TOO. Richmond District, near psrk—
2-3 4 room apts.. flats, bath, porch. $12.30 up.
ELLIS. 1336— New and elegantly furn. modern
flat, 2to 5 rms.; prices reas.; sunny.
MoDERN. sunny, elegant 5-6 rm. flats. $I*.
Inquire drug 'store. 2flth snd Brysnt sts.
Abbey Hotel Z^rJi
tag, plsno, social hall, poolroom, large lobby;
rates $3.50 a week and up.
HOTEL MARTINET. 1103 Geary st. cor. Va»
Ness av.—Rms.. $2 week up; suite, 4 week
up; clesnllness spec.: light hskpg. allowed.
THE HOTEL BERESFORD. 633 Sutter St.—
European plan breakfast a la carte, served
HOTEL NEVADA. 825 Van Ness ay., nr. Eddy
— Sunny furn. rms.. $2 to $4 wk.; transient.
HOTEL GREEN—Just opened: all cony,; 30c a
day up. $2 a week np: transient. 237 3d st.
6TRATTON 570 O' Farrell—Hot. cold water; $2
week up. '50c day: trans.: walking dlstsnce.
"HOTEL LEROY. 154S Market st.—Just opened;
new. elegant, mod. and light; $2.50 wk. up.
HOTELS FOR SALE
FURNISHED hotel and saloon: 19 acres,
fenced; plenty of fruit and water; mlntng
$4,000- Apply 2832 Steiiser sr. j
Gaul RY. 1220 —Two sunny rooms, connecting
large kitchen; large sunny front room.
HOTEL SAHLIEN. Bush-Polk —AH outside
rms.; mod. in every respect; cent, located.
MARKET. 1130 —Suuny housekeeping r-suiis;
steam beat, hot water, elevator: $4 up.
ROOMS AND BOARD—HOTELS
AND BOARDING HOUSES
CRESCENT, Tbe. 1801 California at Franklin-
First class family hotel, large rooms, private
bath, exeal't table: re s. MRS. E R. BATES.
NICE large store near fair grounda. $20; trans
fer corner; suitable for barber or tailor.
OWNER. Phone West 4238.
McALLISTER St.. 2OO4—Sunny store, for any
business; 8 rooms upstairs; rent ressonable.
TWO stores snd basements, block from Mar
ket; cheap rent. 141 sth at.. Hotel Mint.
COTTAGES TO LET
FOURTH ay , 1216>*, nr. H St.—Rear sunny
cottage. 3 rooms, large bath room with
wash tubs, etc.
ST ANY AN. 1123—Very sunny cottage- garden,
porch, new bath. Phone Valencia 3209, 2 to
4 p. m. ,
81TBBEY st.. 293, ur. Chenery—2 rm. fur- 1
nished c"*Uge; take car No. 26 or 10.
COTTAGES TO LET
$3 38 clorerst!
off 18th bet. Denver and Hsttle.
STABLES TO LET___ i
FOR rent —Part of stable. 25 stalls, with
pl-nty wagon space. 840 Bryant at. In
flulre Lombard Drayage £ Whse. Co.. 104
CITY REAL ESTATE
$23 down —4 r. and b.; Randall St.
$25 d..wn—Store and flat; Wlnfleld sv.
$2." ilnwn—l r. and b. cottage; Gladys St.
$2." .Iow:i —5 r. and b. cottage; Geneva sv.
$25 down—Lot. 50x100; cottage: Hahn st
$25 down—2 flats; one not finished; Wolffe
$25 down —4 r. and b.: Folsom st.
Why pay rent all your life? Commence
now and get a home.
We bnlld, loan money, buy for cash snd sell
Open nights and Sundays.
F. R. WERB A CO..
2877 Mission st. near 25th.
6 LARGE lots for sale very cheap on account
old age; situated In Visltaclon Valley; only
a few hundred dollars.
Apply L. Ortner Co.
129 SUTTER ST.
A COTTAGE. 5 r. and b.; 255 Chattsnoogs
St.: large lot. 30x117:6 to rear alley, two
frontages; $3,600. I. W. HOUCHIN. 1104
FOB sale—Apply 281 20th ay.; cottage In Cal
ifornia St., $3,000; also 2 modern, 5 room
fiats: will draw 12 per cent.
HAVE Standard Title Insurance Company. Mills
bldg.. Insure your title; save time, save money.
COTTAGES FOR SALE
$20.00 rrbwn, $20.00 per month.
X ANDERSON, builder. 317 Hearst bldg.
$100 dowu. $20 mo. buys new cottage. F. EL
WEBB a CO.. 2877 Mission st.. near 25th.
t<iTTAGE —3 moms: $2,100: near Clement st.
Apply JONES REALTY CO.. 2231 Clement.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE
Owner mo«t have money and Is willing te
sacrifice a two story flat building, brand new
and right up to dste; this Is a bargain and
food Income property; if you are looking for
something real cheap see this.
No 4. — Tehama County. 10 acres; 4 miles
from Corning; rich, level and ready for plow
ing; good orange iand. almonds, peaches, figs,
etc.; no alkali, no hard pan- the piece adjoin
ing this Is lieid at $2,000; the owner Is in Los
Angeles and in desperate need, and baa said
SELL FOR $1,000. Chances of this klud don't
Come very often.
No. 8.—20 acres, all In alfalfa: 4 room house
snd good barn, windmill and tankhouse; nice
■r. I,: a; s complete equipment of farm Imple
- anil light sandy loam; only one and one
half miles from town; only 6 miles from city
mt M aeatxij $2.000 cash will handle this place;
kataueee can remain as long as you want to pay
Interest. This is truly a gold mine for the
No. 7.—14 acres: 6 acres cultivated: 5 seres
orchard; fully equipped for poultry, and a com
plete set of new buildings: good windmill snd
tank: a lieaotiful and up to date place, and
only two miles from poetofflce, and only four
miles from the beautiful little city of Sebasto
pol, and only $375 required to handle this one;
balance very easy terms.
N" 12. —A classy mountain ranch; 520 acres;
Jo a. res In full bearing orchard; evaporator and
all tools for working the ranch; we evaporated
13 tons of apples last season; Income $1,500;
redwood and black oak timber; 12 natural
springs, and a trout stream runs through the
place; log cabin and other Improvements; and
listen to the price, only $11,000: terms, any old
terms, tbe owner wants to SELL.
D. R. TANNER
REAL ESTATE CO.
Room 229 Mulrbead bldg.. 1278 Market st.
PBNINSULAR SANTA CLARA VALL»Y
RANCHES. 35 miles 8. F.: CHOICE BAR
GAINS, foothills; oaks, water, views, fruit.
NEAR BTANFORD UNIV., LOS ALTOS; t
acre to 5, 10. 20; wealthy, refined districts;
good roads, dally mall; values rapidly rising;
bow is the time. See us. Open ijailv.
VILLA HOMES ADJOINING STANFORD
Cnlv. campus. RARE BARGAINS; EASY
TERMS: SOME EXCHANOEB.
FREDERIC HEBARD. MayfleM. Cal.
A BARGAIN IN SACRAMENTO VALLEY.
$14 per acre —Grand stock ranch and gen
eral farm on creek; 2.150 acres, with plenty
of water and wood; two sets of buildings;
600 acres for grain, fruit, etc.; 70 acrea in
alfalfa, rest is rolling hill, pasture land;
ROTH EKM EL A- CO., 247 Buss bldg.
$4.000 —400 seres; 4 rm. house, baru. abun
dance of water; $2,000 worth of tanbark;
fine mtn. borne; bunting resort and stock
ranch: Mendocino Co., nr. Yorkvllle; $2,700
cash. bal. mtg., 6 per cent; rare bargain.
X REDO. 702 Market st.
J2s-"' CASH buys this 58 acres; r < h. deep losni
anil; east of Watsonvllle. 3 miles from town
and depot: all has been cultivated: good
spring: full price reduced to $2,830; 7 veara
time ~v balance. LOCK E-PADDON, 'room
' :s. .;-, Montgomery st., 8. F.
$147 CASH. $14.50 A MONTH, pays for this
IQ% acres rich, dark loam soil in the Pajaro
Valley Orchard Tract, near Wntsonvllle: all
l>een nnder plow; few odd oak trees, good
spring; one crop of beans should easllv pay
for it. Owner. 138 Lick bldg.. 35 Montgoni
-126 ACRES at $60 per acre. 5 miles from I-odC
1 mile from Lockeford station; 20 acres in
grapes, small 4 room bouse; 5 horsepower
gasoline pump and two windmills; plenty of
water for irigatlop; ." years to pay in.
DIXON A BALD I. 443 Kearny St.
NoW READY FOR DISTRIBUTION.
Complete lint of all gorermneit land open to
entry, every eoaaty; over 100 pages with
map and new law of 1012; te l. e\setlv how
to get it. Price .Vie j. c. HENDERSON,
2/117 Mission St., S. F.
COUNTRY REAL ESTATE
Best Buy in California
S2O ACRES OF FINE LAND FOR $!8.300!
DON'T BUY POOR LAND: IT IS DEAR
AT ANY PRICE! We have a place at a
sacrifice consisting of 200 acres of the best
sandy loam creek bottom land in the state
iind 420 acres of Al graxme <>r fruit land, lo
oted near town In Lake county and 94 miles
from S. F. It is ou the main county road
md has frontage on two live streams, with
ilenty of water and fine flsbiug the year
•ound. It is beautifully equipped with up to
late, modern buildings and is all under hog
ight fences. Well equipped with everything
tecessary; stock. farm implements. etc.
riHS IS A GILT EDGE PROPOSITION AND
IT IS CHEAP! For full particulars and
;erms call at 355 Monadnock bldg.
DAILY is the 17 years' record of one well
near our Beckett & Crothers Msdera Farms.
Our wells tap the same Inexhaustible sup
ply. Our soli Is very fertile, easily worked
and especially adapted to Irrigation. You
can grow bigger crops on our land, with
water always ready, than where you have to
wait for water. Farmers In Irrigation dis
tricts are installing wells to avoid loss from
water shortage; this sever occurs on our
Madera Farms and you are free from irriga
tion bonds. A word to the wise Is sufficient.
You want the best at the right price. Write
or see us.
CURTIS & MASON
1202 Chronicle bldg.. San Francisco, Cal.
Five Cents an Acre Cash
Texas school land for sale by the state; yon
•an buy good land at $2 per acre: pay 5c per
icre cash and no more for 40 years, but 3 per
•ent interest: send 6c postage for further In
•ormatlon. Investor Publishing Co., Desk 7,
Jan Antonio, Texas.
$75.00 Per Acre
>5 ACRES. Monterey Co.; near Watsonvllle; if
yon are looking for a snap don't look any
longer; get this.
D. R. TANNER
REAL ESTATE CO.
Room 229 Mulrbead bldg.. 1278 Market st.
I SACRIFICE SALE OF RICH LAND—A 5 a.
farm of finest level land, only 30 miles from
S. P., and 2 blocks from R. R. station; fine
for alfalfa, fruit or- vegetables. My price
for quick sale. $59». Will give terms as
follows: $59 cash and balance $5 per month:
immediate possession If desired. Orchards
adjoin this place; none better in state. Can
sell you more acreage If desired, and same
terms. Come in and see me. or write
CHAS. L. PADDON, 33 Montgomery St.,
S. F. Room 138. Lick bldg.
REAL ESTATE BAR=
Choice corner at X St. and 12th ay.; direct
rom the owner: is a bargain for cash.
Two choice equities In business property,
llcbmond, CaL; will sacrifice to sell now.
Two acre farms, one hour from San Fran
lsco: terms reasonable; soil aud climate un
ROOM 202. REALTY BLDG.
lANCH of 293 acres in San Bealto county: I
mile from post office; 4 room house, barn,"
etc.; 100 acres uuder cultivation; abstract
and title perfect; enough timber to pay for
I the place; price $3,300; terms.
TANNER REAL ESTATE CO.,
229 Mulrbead bldg.. 1278 Market St.. S. F.
83 CASH. $8 A MONTH, gives you Immediate
possession of the 12\ acres rich loam soli
In Pajaro Valley Orchard Tract. 3 miles from
town: fine for poultry, hogs, beans, fruit, etc.
Owner, 138 Lick bldg., 33 Montgomery St..
PRUNES, bops and stock never a failure; s«
Irrigation needed: writs for list. O. L. 8880
REALTY CO.. 722 4th st . Santa Ross. CsL
iAA—For sale—2o acres (will sell les*>:
good water; excellent transportation; fine
land; easy terms; good price. If Interested
write OWNEB, P. O. box 69, Saa Francisco,
'AYING little chicken ranch In San Joaquin
CO.; 10 acres, well equipped, house, barn,
chicken houses, frtlit trees, gas engine, 400
hens. etc. Only $2,200. half cash. WIL
MacCONNELL. 314 Pacific bldg.
TOR best land bargains In the state of Cali
fornia, see BERT R' HE, 231 Balboa bldg..
Market and 2d sts., S. F.
10 acres, cheap; good soil, plenty water; near
school; $950. $30 cash, $10 monthly.
ATTHOWE REALTY CO.. 623 Hearst bldg
WANTED from owner. 5 to 10 acres sandy
loam soil for eblcken ranch; within 50 miles
of S. I.: state lowest cash price. Box 1832.
_ OAKLAND REAL ESTATE^
" ■ SWAPS
6 room, cpment. strictly up to date. Look It
iver and submit me a proposition. Take Ygna
•lo car to Cole, walk 100 feet north.
' A SACRIFICE?
$250 down- Price cut for quick sale. Beau
lful. up to date bungalow. Don't fsll to see
t snd inske me a proposition. Direct car at
,-our door: S. P. electric 2 blocks. Corner of
•Ist ay. and Ygnacio car line.
K. M. SHERIDAN,
1020 Broadway. Oakland.
Room 21. Oakland 8336.
ro settle an estate, must sell 18 room flat
building and lot, located in Oakland and
rented for $60 per moDth: paving 18 per
cent on the Investment; price $4,000; $2,000
cash, bal. terms.
D. R. TANNER REAL ESTATE CO.,
228-229 Mulrbead bldg..
1278 Market st.. San Francisco.
$550—Lot 50x100, 3 blocks from Melrose sta
tlon: only $550. BLODGETTE * SHIRLEY,
1252 47th ay.. Melrose.
GIVE me offer for lot. 90x326 ; 4 room house,
windmill and motor: 38 fruit trees: must
sell at once. 1906 57th ay.. Oakland.
For Sale=A Bargain.
Two lovely cottages; Just completed: modern
In every way; 4 rooms, reception hail and den;
nice location; close to Mastlck station; terms
to suit purchsser.
A lovely 6 room hardwood floor cottage, with
3 rooms in basement finished; lot 65x135; cor
ner; trees, flower, and lawn: half block of
largest station In Alameda; price $5.000 ; would
like to exchange for Havward ranch.
Five room shingled cottages, three of which
are unfinished: lawn, flowers, garden and
chicken yard: close to station; price $1,500;
terms $200 cash and $23 month. This Is a snap.
A splendid 5 room cottage, not over four
years old; lot 37:6x100; restricted district;
dose to Msstlck station; price $1,650; tcrma
$130 cash and $20 per month.
W. A. TULLOH.
836 LINCOLN AY., ALAMEDA.
SACRIFICE less than cost, to go east, beautiful
home In Alameda: two story, 10 rooms; fine
location: unfurnished: $6.400; fine furniture
at a bargain. Box 1927. Call office.
H^AjnVARI) REAL ESJTATE_
FOB aale—l lot. 60x150. with 1 barn. 2
small houses snd 1 two story frame build
ing. SOxso, conducted as grocery store;
owner must leave for his health. Inquire
SU Castro st.. Hay ward.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE
ATTENTION HOME BUILDER
This is tbe best time In the year to have
rear plans prepared for your building. There
see a number of reasons; let me explain.
LEONABD H. FORD
f'Slf Center st. Berkel.v.
RICHMOND REAL ESTATE
FOR sale cheap, business lot in Richmond an
nex; directly opposite proposed inner har
bor; Improvements complete: owner must
sell quickly. Phone Park 4841.
TWO lots In the Hermann tract, close to csr
line, and real Inner harbor property; bargain
for cash. Address box 4916. Call office.
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE
NEWARK—2 !■ .s. cheap; close to prop. S. P.
shops and Key Route. Box 1917. Call office.
_SANTA ROSA REAL ESTATE
tOK real bargains In good lacdar SONOMA
ro I AND < o 223 Sfa st . Santa Rosa.
j —-'— . — bb—aa -juil, jl
NAPA COUNTY REAL ESTATE
Bargains in Napa lands. Writs W. B.
GRIFFITHS CO.. for lists. Napa.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1913
FOB MlLfj VALLEY BARGAINS. SEE
WILL FALLEY, MILL VALLEY.
REDWOOD CITY REAL ESTATE
ELEGANT HOME SITES, only $130 each. $5
dowa and $3 per month: no interest, aa
taxes Wrlle or call for handsome booklet.
E W MAGRLDER, 423-425 Pbetan Bldg..
ToO Market St.. 8. F AGENTS WANTED.
MARIN CO. REAL ESTATE
FAMtFAX DEVELOPMENT CO. offers 3 np to
date properties Cheap—Easy terms—Modem
Improvements. 110 Mkt. at.; Rear. 2380.
WANTED —To hear from owner who has good
farm for sale: send description and price.
NORTH WESTERN BUSINESS AGENCY.
SONOMA COUNTY Real Eatßtt-
WHITE J. W. Horn Co.. Petalnma. CaL foe
free copy "Soncma County Bargains."
IMPROVED ami tiniuip. Grsvenstein appis and
berry lands. W. Widehase. Sebastopol. Cal.
ROSS VALLEY REAL ESTATE
•.in.- co:tages and residences for rent and /us
ule. Apply to A. BAUER. Boss. Cal.
HUMES, rsnches. acreage: exchange; pries
list. WIT.SOS BROS.. Santa Crua. Cal.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
4 FLATS of 15 rooms, all modern; close to
city hall, Oakland: income $114.50 per
month; price $15,000; also a business lot,
117x100. valued at $12,500; will exchange
for good ranch In valley Improved. (8065>
One 7 room and one 10 room house valued
at $6,500 and $7,000, to exchange for good
country property. (BMB7)
6 3 room apartments, modern, right in the
heart of Oakland; price $20,000; will trade
for good land. Improved or unimproved, or
what have you got ? (8U95)
908 BROADWAY. OAKLAND.
120 acres, level, fenced; new pumping plant;
bouse, barn, windmill, trough; 8 miles from
Fresno on the Kearney drive; will trade;
7 room house In Seminary ay., 1 block of
E. 14th at.; garage and driveway: will trade
BLANCK * RAISCH.
1518 Broadway. Tel. Oakland 1070.
WILL EXCHANGE LOTS IN STOCKTON:
BEST RESTRICTED DISTRICT: WANT
BERKELEY OR OAKLAND HOUSE; MOD
BBN; SIGHTLY SITUATION. ADDRESS
OWNER HOTEL BERKELEY. 2039 SHAT
Willamette Valley Farms—Send me full de
tails yours and' I will send you list. Also
have 560 acres stock and farm laud Lincoln
county.. Colorado, clear, for clear Califor
nia property. R. W. TRIPP, Brownsville,
I WILL trade mv 400 acre ranch between Hay
ward and Dublin. Cal.: 4,000 cords of wood
on place: price $70 per acre; for city prop
erty. Apply to owner, 2277 East 14th St.,
East Oakland. Cal.
THE FILLMORE BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1037 FILLMORE STREET.
GET AN ADVERGRAPH
AGENCY=In San Fran=
cssco, Oakland, Berkeley,
Richmond, or one of
these Bay Cities, and in
from -three months to
one year yota have an
NESS with a permanent
monthly income. There
is no proposition that
will beat this. IT'S EASY
ENOUGH TO START IF
YOU MEAN BUSINESS.
Ferry Advergraph Co.,
437=438 Pacific Bldg.,
HEADQUARTERS mov. pic. theaters and vau
deville houses. We buy and sell large lists of
city, eonntry. towns; terms. 744 Pacific bldg.
$1.700 —Moving picture house, 330 opera chairs;
town 50.000. Call Monday, 744 Pacific bldg.
COUNTRY bay town hotel and bar clesrlng
$200 mo.; chance man. wife. 744 Pacific hid.
FOR sale—Saloon and other money making
business connected; best locstlou cltv; will
take partner; want to retire. 744 Pacific hid.
FOR aale—Planing mill; big money maker;
City; Investigate. 744 Pacific bldg.
HIGH CLASS mov. picture house, clearing $350
mo.: best location, city. 744 Pacitic bldg.
$830 takes moving picture house, fully equip
ped: long lease; large place. 744 Pacific bldg.
WANTED—Partner with $1,000: % Int. moving
pic. house: clesrs $300 mo. 744 Pacific bldg.
WANTED—A partner with $4,000; moving pic
ture and vaudeville house; 1,500 chairs. 744
STATE MANAGER WANTED.
LARGE WESTERN MANUFACTURING
CORPORATION WANTS STATE MANAGER
TO HANDLE THE STATE. MUST BB
FIRST CLASS SALESMAN. WITH $3,000 IN
CASH. CAN MAKE $10,000 TO $20,000 PER
YEAR. FINEST OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE
BIG MONEY AND NO RISK AT ALL. WILL
GUARANTEE PROPOSITION AND FUR
NISH REST OF BANK AND COMMERCIAL
REFERENCES APPLICANT MUST ALSO
FURNISH BEST OF REFERENCES OB
WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. PREFER
MAN WITH SOME AUTOMOBILE EXPE
RIENCE, BUT CAN GET AIX)NO WITH
OUT IT. ADDRESS THE SAN FRANCISCO
CALL, BOX 1922.
25 rooms for sale
cheap; paying net $150
per month; Song lease;
gold- mine during Fair;
$500 cash will handle it.
D. R. TANNER
REAL ESTATE CO.
Room 229 Mulrbesd bldg.. 1278 Market st.
HOTEL for ssle or rent; established 25 years;
railroad worklngmen and the best transient
trade In town : opposite S. P. depot and N.
P. depot; man and wife preferred; small
capital. Apply or write JOS. P. 11 AN.MAN,
WELL EQUIPPED planing mill in Fresno that
Invoices $15,000 offered for sale for $9,600;
half cash «nd half on easy terms; owner may
be seen by appointment. Address JOHN
BRAVES, care Seneca hotel, city.
Oldest and best equipped machine shop and
garage In Imperial-valley, consisting of finely
equipped machine shop, acetylene welding ma
chine brazing machine, fine blacksmith shop.
Presto light . service. Address P. 0. box 142,
with living rooms; doing
nice business; cheap.
D. R. TANNER
REAL ESTATE CO.
Room 229 Mulrbesd bldg., 1278 Market st.
A $2,000 Investment now will net you a com
fortable fortune; I need your time and
money; no real estate deal, but a bona fide
Investment In one of the best and largest
retail bouses is this dty : must have Al ref
erences, etc. Address box 1909, Call office.
WANTED—Party with $1,200 to $1,300 for
magnificent theatrical proposition; good sal
ary, to act as treasurer and assist man
ager, share profits and receive money back
from first returns; $10,000 production ready
to open; Investigate Immediately; great op
tion unity. 618 Westbank bldg.
WANTED Partner to rake cash ami look
after dining room In my restaurant, to whom
will sell 1/} Interest for $950. I am first
class chef, cook and do the cooking; lease
to 1916 at cheap rent; will clear $130 to
$200 per month each; with fine future; ex
perience not necessary, hut must be sober
aud steady. See OWNER at 180 4th st.
MONEY—European capital for Investment In
attractive enterprises. Address BANKERS'
ALLIANCE, 123 High Holboru. London. Eng.
WANTED— Steady man to take retiring part
ner's Interest old estab. business; pays $123
month each; exp. unnecessary; $200 required;
money secured. Call 964 Market st., rm. 21.
WANTED~~Steady man to take retiring part
ner's interest in old estab. business; pays
$123 mo. each; cxp. unnecessary; $225 re
qulrcd. Call 064 A Market St., room 21.
$150 buys half interest In good transient bar
ber shop: best location. Ph. Kearny 4087.
FOR sale—Tailor shop; good business; buy it
for little money; owner gone to another busi
ness. 423 Ellis st.
$.375 buys a restaurant with 3 years' lease; re
ceipts $30 a day. See owner Turf Oulck
Lunch. 251 4tb st.
RESTAURANT—SmaII; good location; old es
tabllshed business; for immediate sale;
CASH. AT SACRIFICE, account owner leav
ing state; low rent; two men do all work.
Address O vner. box 1014. Call office. /
IMPORTANT FINANCIAL ASSOCIATION un
dertakes placing of large capital in impor
tant mining or Industrial concerns, or would
buy stocks and bonds of any established
concern. Write CAKNOT CHEQUE 4578,
Bureau 87, Paris.
COME In md get jour choice of territory for
the best and easiest selling article ever in
troduced in the state of California; I have
the exclusive right for the entire state.
Phone or write F. E. WOOD. Hillsdale Hotel.
88M - A winner for man and wife; an* estab
llshed. clean, pleasant business; bright fu
ture; fullest investigation. Box 1894, Call
A FLORIST as partner to open first store la
tbe Sunset District; no capital necessary.
Call or address BLUHER. 150 Henry St.
VALUABLE patents pay better than gold
mines: write for list, "Patents for Sale."
RANDOLPH & CO., patent attorneys, Wash
ington. D. C.
STATIONERY business, located In a good busi
ness town; will sell cheap. Box 643, Marys
WANTED IDEAS—Write for list of Inventions
wanted by manufacturers and prises offered
for Inventions: our 4 books sent free. Pat
ents secured or fee returned. VICTOR J.
EVANS * CO.. Washington. D. C.
DOWNTOWN candy store—Special terms; rare
chance for experienced, good business man.
Box 1837. Call office.
OAKLAND BUSINESS CHANCES
UNDER 5 year lease; restaurant and pool
room; centrally located In Richmond; cheap.
Call 717 Castro for particulars.
WANTED —2 partners with $5,000 cash, with
or without services; will stand rigid Investi
gation. Call at room 833. Monadnock bldg.
CALIFORNIA'S OLDEST AND LARGEST
- Businesses Sold
City and Cotantry
LUBF.CKS POLICY of selling
businesses without publicity brings
itona fide buyers and sellers
LURECK'S PYSTF.M means effl
clency. grestest guarantee of serv
ice, at the lowest possible rates.
IT IS CONCEDED that LUBECK'S
sell more businesses than all of
San Francisco brokers combined.
FOR PROMPT. DEPENDABLE SERVICE
GET IN* DIRECT COMMUNICATION WITH
Sixth Floor, Pacific Bldg
Market and Fourth Sts.
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE
38 ROfTtJS; downtown location: long lease at
low rent: fully occupied, with SO per cent
permanent; one of the best money makers
In the city; a snap if acted on at once; easy
terms; look into this today.
CLEAN new 28 rooms; location downtown;
well paying; owner has other business de
manding attention and will make very
reasonable price and terms; this Is an ex
cellent Investment and one that requires
quick action. See It today.
TIDWELL REALTY CO..
Room 4, 1122 Market at.
AAA—WE LOAN $10 or more on FURNITURE,
PIANOS. SALARIES, etc., at REASONABLE
RATES; LONG TIME and EASY PAYMENTS.
You get the money on 2 HOURS' NOTICE.
88.89 weekly pays a $15 loan.
$1.33 weekly pays a $30 loan.
$1.65 weekly pays a $50 loan.
Other sums in proportion. You pay monthly
If you wWh. It is easy to borrow money from
us. No PUBLICITY, do DELAY. If you don't
place your loan with us w» both lose money
PEOPLE'S LOAN CO..
229 Monadnock bldg.
681 Market st. Second floor.
D. D. DRAKB. 1
Money on your salary without security;
best and most private terms; see us before
going elsewhere. Room 301, 948 Market;
room 18, 1225 Broadway. Oaklaud.
HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Loans on furnitnre, pianos, etc.; low rates;
private. 357 Pacific bldg.. 4th and Market
sts.; phone Douglas 3265; Oakland office, 518
First National Bank bldg.
WE LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO HAVB
i PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT; no Indorser!
confidential: no red tape methods; $1 a week
pays $15 loan. $2 week pays $30 loan, $8
weeks pays $45 loan. $4 week paya $60 loan
Call and see us. THE ROYAL INVKST
MENT COMPANY. 750 Phelan blldlng.
MONEY »yr Vto r .e g t.V.n c , he *eTr
where especially Invited. They will appreciate
the difference. FOX CO.. 625 Market., rm. 51L
BALDWIN JEWELRY COMPANY,
Gold and Silver Smiths,
29 35 Kearny at.
LOAN DEPT. RATES 2 PER CENT PER MO.
WAGE camera, either men or women, can
make a loan in strictest confidence st the
Employees' Credit Co., 424 Monsdnock.
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without
Indorser. MORRELL, 507 Monadnock butld-
PAWN tickets, dlamonda bought, highest val
ues. SCHUMAN. 133 Geary at,, room 524.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNDITTRE. ETC.,
PHONE OAKLAND 2910.
Independent Loan Co.,
201202 PANTAGES THEATER BLDG,
OAKLAND. ( A I
LAItGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS, 6? 6% or 7
per cent, flat or installments. Call or writs
O. E. EVANS. 2307 Mission St.. S. F.
MONEY WANTED J
D. I. DRAKE.
Money on your salary without security;
best and most private terms; see us before
going elsewhere. Room 301, 948 Market;
room is, 1225 Broadway. Oakland.
for Ready Reference
JOHN R. Rl
Spreckels (Call) bldg.; pbone Kearny 4151.
AA—ADVICE FREE—AII eases; InsUllments
accepted; no publicity; estates, damages, de
crees, bankruptcy: open evenings.
995 MARKET ST., ROOM 719
CORNER 6TH AND MARKET STS, 1
ADVICE FREE IN SACRED CONFIDENCH;
family matters; 3 attorneys; all welcome.
LAW BUREAU. 1278 Market st.
ADVICE free; decrees, damages, collections
and all cases promptly handled; corporations
organized. 623 Market st. corner 4th, room
BALDWIN VALE, valid patents; estab. 1895.
Consultation free; Inventions commercialized.
Underwood bldg. 525 Market st., S. F., Cal.
ALL cases bandied by reliable attorney; those
small means welcome; pay when work is
done; sdvlce free. 1112 Market St., office 122.
HARRIS & HESB. attorneys at law. W. T.
HESS, notary public, room 700. Hearst bldg.
STEELE'S Button Works, 222 Ellis nr. Mason.
Tel. Franklin 4521—Ma1l orders solicited.
RAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS COLLEGE. 90S
Market at. opposite sth—Day and evening
P. SPUGNABD, chiropodist and manicure, will
teach full course, 3 lessons, $10. Boom 518
Grant bldg., 1095 Markst st.
WHEN yon become disgusted with poor work,
send your carpets to J. SPAULDING A CO.,
852 Tehama St.; Douglas 3084. Home J2347.
VACUUM cleaners rented, 3 • days for 75c.
GARDENER CO., P. O. box 474. city.
FAMOI'S Chinese oil. Imported from China; ex
cellent results: for toothache, headache, stom
achache, severe colds, catarrh. Indigestion,
fevers and numerous complaints: small bottle
33e, large 75c. Cut this ad. send 12c for sam
ple bottle. Traveling Medicine Co.. 723 Sacto.
€11 nTKin CP—Suits cleaned aad presses.
JpL.my Phone Oak. ISU7. 2506 Saa Pable
McDOWELL'S Dressmaking and Millinery
School —Evening classes; patterns cut to or
der. 121 Geary St. near Grant sr.; teL
DRESSMAKER, newly established here: satis,
factory work guaranteed; phone Fillmore 121.
1439 Fillmore St.
W. G. FAHIEN, successor to C. R. Cooper,
carpenter and builder; general jobbing.
ALTERATIONS, additions, repairs, garages,
cabinet work, general woodworking; refer
ences; estimates. Market 5821.
ELECTRIC MOTORS & WIRING
MOTORS rented, repaired, bought, sold snd ex
changed. Globe Elec. Works. 1959 Mission.
OFFICIAL LIST OF THE
jsj Original S
OF SAN FRANCISCO
SATURDAY, DEC. 6, 1913
92... 10 I 135 20 166 50
221... 20 247 10 345 20
485... 20 406 20 627 10
657... 20 718.v.. 10 751 20
836... 10 90S 20 908 10
945... 10 961 10 1000 10
1041... 10 1 1051 10 1065 100
1190... 20 1521 10 1545 20
1614... 10 1672 20 1703 10
1711... 10 1750 10 1774 50
1779... 10 ISM 20 2016 10
2120... lo 2227 20 2317 20
2320... 20 2348 20 2362 100
2487... 20 2515 10 2563 100
3508... SO 2729 20 2771 20
2832... I(i 2843 20 1 2846 20
2850... 20' 2859 20 2988 20
3002... 20 3046 20 3051 100
30H5... 20 3068 20 8147.... 10
3179... 10 3244 10 3246 10
3257... 10 8264 10 3280 10
3281... 500 3306 50 3333 10
3334... 20 3397 20 3412 20
3414... 100 3570 10 ! 3590 20
3391... 20 3599 50 1 3604 20
3634... 20 3699 20 j 3848 10
3855... 20 | 3895 20 8924 10
MM... SO 8804 20 4192 20
4193... 20 I 4225 20 4230 20
4234... 10 1 4267 20 4362 10
43*4... 10 4416 100 4418 100
4424... 30 4430 20 4438 2o
4458... 10 4587 30 4716 * 20
4768... 10 493H 10 4951 20
4035... 20 4966 201 5064 20
8055... 20 5102 20 5184.... 10
5384 20 5400 10 3493.... 100
3310. .. 20 5512 20 3588 20
5548... lo 5799 20 5876.... 10
80M... 20 6006 10 6043 20
6096... 20 6295 20 6329.... 10
6346.. 10000 6384 20 0403.... 10
6526... 20 6346 10 6363 10
C..-.N0.,. 10 6660 10 6698 100
6975... 10 6994 20 | 7021 30
7.41... 20 7139 20 1 71,42 10
7176... 20 7346.... 10 7375.,.. 20
7448... 100 7463 20 7464.... 20
7525... 10 7539 20 7812 50
7810... 20 ' 7828 50 7843 50
7885... 20 1 7002 50 7936 50
7951... 10 [ 8027 20 8034 50
8221. . 20] 8238 20 8262 20
B*BB . 20 ! 8490 20 8305 20
■905... 10 | 6550 10 8567 20
86*1 .. 30 | 8724 10 8753 10
8750. . lo S.7NB 50 8840.... 20
8060... 30 | 9006.... 100 j 9161 10
9180... 100 i mov 50 9256 20
'.(277 ... 20 | 9405 10 9449 20
951 > 20 i 9520 10 9395 10
9710... 10 9734 10 9801 10
8580... 5« 9842 20 9913.... 20
9919... 10 10042 20 101 OR 20
10206... 20 10209 60 fO2lB 20
10238... 20 10280.... 20 10314.... 20
10479... 2000 10480 20 10491... 10
10571... 20 10662.... 20 10779 20
10867... 20 10908 10 10939 10
11056... 10 11110 10 11132.. 100
11151... lo 11371 100 11383 20
11452... 20 11615 20 11618 20
11620... 20 11638 50 1164.7 10
11054... 20 11688 10 11777 20
11810... 10 11904 20 11913. ->0
12104... 10 121811 10 12298 20
12830... BO 12351.... 10 12879.... 80
12396. 20 12427.... 20(12493 100
12630... 20 12721 10 112727 20
12757... 2o 12916.... 20 I 12934 10
12935... 20 13000.... 10 113036.... 30
13054... 20 13139 10 13233. «w
18567... 10 13261.... 10 13367.... 20
M«S<i . 30 18407.... 100 13453.... 10
1346:). . 30 13534. .... 50 13607.... 10
18880... 20 13687... . 201 13719 60
13781... 20 13796.... 10 13870...; 20
13003... 10 14004 20 14052 10
14122... 20 14128.... 10 14184.." 10
14221... 20 14419.... 2o 14424.... 10
1456 P. .. 30 ! 1458T 10 14659.... 10
14758... 20 14775 100 14800 10
14800... 20 14811.... 20 14836.... 10
14893... 20 74949.... 20 15002.... 20
15059... 10 15130.... 10 15147. . 20
15243... 20 15407.... 10 15467.. . To
15579... 30 15083.... 20 15716.... 20
15740... 20 15754 20 15757 *V>
15761... 20 15813.... 20 13820!::: $0
15831... 20 15860 10 15875 20
15599... 10 13990 20 15995"" T >()
10081... 2" 16078.... 20 16102 20
16176... 20 16185.... 20 10513 . 1«0
16567... 10 16575.... 10 16639.... 20
16717... 20 116720.... 20 16805.... ofl
18060... 10(16981.... 10(16995 20
I7'«i7. .. 30 17(.I8. ... 20 | 17020 10
17026... 20 17029.... 20 17078 20
1707 C... 10 17089 50 17104 o"
17107... 30 17218 10 17249 20
17200... 20|17277.... 10 17310.... 2 0
17334... 20 I 17512.... 600 17546.. . to
11380... 20 I 17651.... 30 17671.... 1,"
17729... JOO I 17818 20 17912 "o
17978. .. 20 18188 ?0 | isr»« '~
18258... 20 I 18304.... 10 j 1834B" " SO
18478... 20 1 18341 10 ' 1*544 7~
18345... lOIIB.WH. ... 30 18503""'
18669... 20 1867T1.... 10 18713.... 1000
18767... 10 1 18775.... 10 18770 lS
18808... '•« < 19019 10 IBl'W) ' AX
10133 -. HO i 19152.... 20 ! 19226' "' in
19346... 20 19348.... 10 19395"" 10
19521... 30 19501.... 20 ior,s:i
19614... 100 i 19673.... 20 19743 ." in
19734... 20 I 19877.... 10 | 19977...! 10
99 numbers, from 6301 to 6400. on First Card
ial of $10,000-810 each, vn-stuapi
99 numbers, from 10401 to 10500, on Second
Capital of $2,000—810 each. oecana
199 numbers ending with 46. being the last
two figures of the number drawing the Canltai
of $10,000—56. v
199 numbers ending with 79. being the last
two figures of the number drawing the Canltai
of $2.000—56. vapuat
No. 6346 draws First Capital, $10,000, sold in
Sau rYancisco and Pacific Grove. CaL No
10479 draws Second Capita). $2,000. sold In Ban
Francisco. No. 18715 draws Third Capital
$1,000. sold In Oakland snd Martinez, Cal. No'
17512 draws $500, sold In Modesto Cal No
§2SI draws $500. sold In Msrysvllle, Cal.
The above Is for $2; fractious in proportion.
C. HOFFMAN CO.. importers of human hair,
manufacturers of wigs, ail kinds of hair
goods. 5S5 15th St.. Oakland.
EL SERENO SANITARIUM. San Rafael. Cal.
For aged persons needing special care. City
home. 3421 25th St.. S. F. Pb. Mission 4620.
MILLINERY taught from start to finish in 9
weeks for $15. 22Ca Mission St. near 19th.
COMPLETE course in French millinery taught
in 4 weeks; terms reasonable. Box 1910, Call.
ALL Job and commercial printing. STEWART
PRINTING CO.. 1294 Market at., 8. F. Cop
per plate printing. Country orders solicited.
DEWEY. STRONG * CO., C. S. and foreign
patents; inventors' gnide; 100 mechanical
movements free, 911-917 Crocker bldg.. S. F.
H. C. SCHROEDER. patent trademark attor
ney. 417 First National bank bldg.. Oakl'd.
pIhysicians and surgeons
DR. O. S. ESSENSON, physician and surgeon,
lata of N. Y. 257 Leavenworth. Frofc. 9071.
W. E. DILLON, U. S. Trademark, copyright
and pension attorney. 527 Pac. bldg., 4th-Mkt.
AA—Model and experimental work; mechanical
or elect'1; we can do it. BAKER & SON,
78 2d st.
ANYTHING in METAL. WOOD OR IVORY. F.
HICKERSON. 904 LAGUNA; PH. MKT. 2078.
STORAGE AND MOVING VANS
DIXON TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO..
79-81-83 Turk St.; Franklin 4600-5080.
CHlRLES W. DIXON, Manager.
WILSON RROS. CO.—Fire?roof storage, mov
ing, packing, shipping. 1688 Market at.;
phone Psrk 271.
CENTRAL Transfer and Storage Co.. Franklin
3812—Furniture moving; trunks S3c 804
IRENES moved. 35 CENTS. BELL TRANS
FER, 357 Jones Bt.; Franklin 1121.
PIERCE RODOLPH 8TORAGE CO.. 1450 Eddy
st. : phone West 827. West 828.
SECOND HAND trunks bought. Bold, repaired
and exchanged LEVY'S TRUNK FAC
TORY. 707 Mission at., cor. 3d; telephone
A MERCHANT tailor suit made to order;
bring your cloth; I furnish linings, etc.;
$8.50 upward. 787 Market St.. room 129.
Have your old furniture reupholstered. repol
lebeq. remodeled equal to new; work guar
anteed. Representative will call with sam
ples to give estimate free. Boston leather la
our specialty. Window and Morris chair
cushions made to order. We make the low
Cor. Steiner and Elliot park. Phone West 254.
ELLIS—In this city. December 5. 1913, to the
wife of Milton Ellis, a daughter.
STEVENSON—COOK—In this cltv. December
6. 1913, by Rev. James M. McElhlnney.
Charles E. Stevenson and Katberlne Bell
Cook, both of San Francisco.
S. F. MARRIAGE LICENSES
The following marriage licenses were issued
Robert Duffy, 46, Long Beach, and Emma
R. Elliott, 4!!, same address.
Frederick J. O'Comiell. (9, 346 Eighth ave
nue, and Ftauces M. O'Keeffe, 18, 141 Six
John Boyle, 39, 1151 Turk street, and Kath.
ryn Muilins, 2S. 1031 Ellis street.
James F. Nelson, 29. Kansas Citv. Kan ,
and Dora Coleman, 29. 730 Fell street.
Elwyn W. Ames, 21. Newcastle, Cal.," and
Sybil Sw«sey. 19. same address.
Martin Foy. 45, 411 Tehama street, and
Genevieve B. M. Coombs. 33, St. Louis, Miss.
George J. Earl, 26, and Pearl V. Littlefleld
22, both of Oakland.
Edward G. Webster. 19. and Rachel E
Rosenhahm, 21. both of Alameda.
I.ouls Cambra, 22, and Millie F. Comet 18
both of Oakland. ' '
Lncina Soberaues. 30, and Vera I. Sewell
25 both of waklaud. '
William J. D. Reynolds, 22. of Berkeley and
Edith M. Blxton. 18, Ferndale.
Louis W. Strang. 24, and Clara L Field 25
both of Oakland.
Joseph J. Conato, 20, and Agnec A Slsterno
17, both of Berkeley.
Paul H. Parrish, 23. and Marian B. Shan
non 21. both of Alameda.
Jesse M. Painter. 28. St. Louie. Mo., and
Cereua M. Chousse. 21, Deadwood, 3. D.
BACIQALTTPI— Margarita Bacigalnpl. desrlv
beloved wife of Rotnaln Baeigalunl of San
Jose and beloved mother of Tovie Baolgalupi
dearly beloved sister of Catherine Ferguson.
Mrs. C. B. Morgan. Mrs. E. W. Pohn, be
loved aunt of Mrs. Fritz Wiseman of Sacra
mento and Thomas Ferguson of San Fran
BAKER—In this city, December 7, 1913.
Wakefield Baker, beloved husband of Coralie
Thomas Baker and father of Livingston I...
TAakeflld Jr. and Marion Baker, a native of
Massachusetts, aged 47 years. (Boston pa
pers please copy.!
BE HAN—In this city. December 6 1913, Ag
nes, beloved wife of Maurice Rehan and lov
inf mother of Maurice S.. William J.. Rich
ard F. and Agnes M. Behan, a native of
County Kildare, Ireland.
BERTEL8MEN—In San Jose. December 6.
1913, Carl F.. beloved son of Carl Bertels
men. beloved husband of Adele Bertelsmen.
father of Mrs. Jesse M. Waterman and Karl
F. and Edward C. and the late Minnie sie
gele and beloved brother of Mrs. Charles Doerr
of San Joae, Louis and Henry M. Hufschmidt
of Oaklund and George Hufschmidt of Hum
berg, Germany, aged 61 years.
BLUM—In Martinez, Contra Costa county. Cal.,
December 6. 1913. Simon Blum, beloved hus
band of Leontlne Blum and father of Myrtle
Blum of Mexico, Albert E. Blum of Martinez,
Mrs. Rose Goldsmith of San Francisco, Mrs.
Herralne Straus of New York and Edmond
Blum of New York, and brother of Gabriel
Blum of Martinez, a native of France, aged
79 years and 8 months. (New York papers
BOGLE—In this city. December fi. 1913. Elea
nor J.. beloved daughter of Fred C. and Ad
die Bogle, a native of San Francisco, aged
9 months and 9 days.
B0HNER—lu this city, December 7. 1913, John
Bohner, beloved uncle of John Bohner, a
native of Germany, aged 50 years 5 months
and 28 days. A member of St. Paulus D. R.
K. Understuetzuugs Verein.
BRENNAN - In Berkeley, December 7. 1913.
Josephine C, beloved wife of Edward B.
Brennan and loving mother of Edward J.,
Francig C. John P., R. Jeannetta. William
T.. Gertrude C, Mary L. and Raphael <».
Brenuan. Mrs. J. F. Michaels and Mrs. 1.. S.
tJIbbs, a native of California, aged 51 years
0 months and 26 day*. I
BROUGHAM In this city. December 7. 1913.
John Joseph Brougham, dearly beloved hus
band of Wilhelmtna Brougham, loving father
of Robert and Christina Brougham, loving
brother of Mrs. J. J. Mahoney. Mrs. I'. J.
Enright und the late Mrs. Evelyn Eickhoff. a
native of San Francisco. A member of San
Francisco Aerie No. 5, F. t). E.
CARL—In this city, December 7. 1913. Alida
Carl, dearly beloved mother of Mrs. Julia
Wise, mother of Maud M.. William A.,
Mabel I.eland and Leland S. Case and sister
of Marlon A. Bruce, a native of the Satnoau
Island*, aged 62 years.
CASE—In this city, December 7. 1913. Eliza
A. Case, wife of the late Joseph Dearborne
Case, mother of Mrs. Frank Severlo, Mark
M., William A., Mabel Leland and Leland
S. Case and sister of Marlon A. Bruce, born
in Samoa, aged 62 years 8 months and 1
day. iChicago. 111.: Salt I*ke City, L'tah,
and New York papers please cony.)
Friends are Invited to attend "the funeral
services Tuesday, December 9. at 10 a. m.,
at her late residence, 419 Ash bury street.
C00HEY—In Pittsburg, Cal.. December 4.
1913, Mike Cooney, a native of County
Claire, Ireland, aged 65 years. (Chicago
papers please copy.)
COtTLSOM— In this city, December 7, 1913,
Fred F.. beloved husband of Josle Coulson
and father of Horace A., Fred F. Jr.. and
William T. Coulson and Mrs. J. W. Stough.
a native of Canada, aged 62 years 6 month*
and 20 days.
DAUGHNEY —In this city. December 5, 1913,
John J.. dearly beloved husband of Kate
Danghney. loving father of Mrs. William
O'Connor and John W. Danghney, beloved
brother of Mrs. Nicholas Borden and the
late Mrs. Jennie Langley and grandfather
of Olita and Gloria O'Connor, a native of
DODOS—la Xouatrilla, Cal., Claries Doddj, a
native of New Zealand, aged 6i years. A
member of Appomattox Post No. o, U. A- i-
DOMAY—In Berkeley. December 5. 191.
Dores. wife of Andrew Domay and mother of
Adolph, Frank and Henry Domay. sister >t
Luisa Bergman. Charlotte Ohman andl the
late Doretta Treager and Henry Bergman, s
native of Hanover. Germany, aged .9 years
8 months and 23 days. .
DOYLE—in this city, December t>. MB.
aeL husband of tbe late Mary Doyle snd
father of Nellie snd Jeremiah Doyle, a na
tive of Carry, Ireland, aged 80 years.
FAWTCES—In this city. December «.
a native of England, aged
FRANK—In this city. December ... 191..
Fredertcka Pauline Frank, beloved wife or
the late Andrew Frank, and mo . r . h / r . ™
Louisa and Ben Frank, and aunt 'ate
Frederlcka Schaffrey, a native of G ermßl £'
aged 88 years 7 months and 4 days. A mem
ber of San Francisco Frauen Vereln.
GEORGE —In this city. December 7. 1913. i»r.
Richard George, dearly beloved husband or
Lizzie George, a native of England.
GRAY—In this city. December 8, 1910. Edgar
E. , deloved son of Mrs. K. and the late
Joseph Gray. and brother of Joseph and
Thomas J. Gray, a native of Michigan, sged
30 years and 6 months.
HARWELL—At her home In Alameda. Decem
ber 7, 19UJ. Matilda, beloved wife of C. H.
Haswell, and sister of H. F. Harwood snd
Mrs. W. Danford of Honolulu, aged 51 years.
HEISEL—In this city. December 6. J913. Fred
erika. beloved wife of the late Peter Heisel,
loving mother of Mrs. J. Montgomery and
Edward, Anita and Willie Heisel, dear grand
mother of Evelyn Montgomery, and beloved
sister of William Schmidt, a native of Ger
many, aged 49 yearß 1 month and 26 days.
A membet of Deutscber Frauen Unterstnt
zungs Vereln (Rothes Kreuzj. and Eureka
Stamm No. 20, P. T.; t. 0. R. M. and St.
Paula Frauen Vereln.
HOYLAHD—In San Mateo, December 6. 1913.
Mrs. James S. Hoylsnd. beloved mother of
Frederick, John and James Hoyland and Mrs.
F. Rice of Burlingarae. a native of' England,
sged 85 years 6 months and 15 days. (Shef
field. England, papers please copy.)
JACOBS—In this cltyfl December 7. 1913, st
the Pacific Hebrew Home for the Aged, S.
B. Jacobs, a native of France.
JEANSON—In this city. December 7. 1913,
Izora M. Jeansou. dearly beloved mother of
Evelyn L. and Carleton P. Jeanson, a native
of Lanslngburg, N. V., aged 50 years. (East
ern papers please copy.)
JOHNSON—In Alameda, Captain Charles B.
Johnson, beloved husband of the late Permela
Johnson, and father of Charles B. Jr., James
H. and Gearge M. Johnson, a native of Den
mark, aged 72 years. A member of San
Francisco Lodge No. 3, B. P. 0. E., and
Pilots' Benevolent Society.
KAHLE—At rest, in this city. December 6.
1913, at the St. Francis hospital. Maria,
dearly beloved wife of Frank Kahle, and
♦ loving mother of Frank Jr.. William Edward
and the late Augusta Louise Kahle. a native
of Germany , aged 61 years 5 months and 11
KENNEY—In this city. December 6. 1913,
Michael, beloved husband of the late Honura
Kenney, and father of Edward, James, Cath
erine and Tresa Kenney. Mrs. Prank Pallas
aud Sister Mary Fellcitas of tbe College
Notre Dame of San Jose, a native of County
Longford, Ireland. A member of Gentle
men's Sodality, St. Ignatius church.
KROEGEB—In this city, December 6. 1913, at
the residence of her daughter, 9->? Noe street
near Alvarado, Augusta, dearly beloved wife
of John H. Kroeger, and loving mother of
Mrs. George F. Paul and Leo Groeger, a
native of Slttensen, Hanover. Germany, aged
68 years 2 months and 21 days. A member
of St. Johannes' Frauen Verein.
McDONALD—In this city, December 5. 1913,
Hector A., beloved husband of BTdlla Mc-
Donald, and loving father of James P.,
Francis E.. Joseph A.. Hector L.. Edward T.
and Cecelia E. McDonald, Mrs. L. W. Pinck
ney and Mrs. F. B. Dougherty, a native of
Prince Edwsrd Island, aged 58 years.
MoINERNEY (nee Leahyi—ln this city. De
cember 7. 1913, Florence H.. dearly beloved
wife of John A. Mclnerney, and loving
mother of John F. Mclnerney Jr.. and loving
daughter of John F. and Nellie Leahy, a
native of San Francisco, aged 20 years.
MITCHELL (nee Wall I—At rest. Mrs. Florence
V., dearly beloved wife of Michael E. Mitch
ell, and Uodized daughter of John and Mary
Wall, and beloved alster of John M. and the
late Mary Wall, a native of San Francisco,
aged 22 years 11 months and 15 da vs.
MORRIS—In this city, December 7, 1913, Mary
MURPHY—In this city, December 5, 1913,
Margaret, dearly beloved wife of Bartholo
mew Murphy, and loving mother of the late
Nora, Mary and Bartholomew Murphy, a na
tive of County Kerry, Ireland, aged 64 years.
PFHALB—At rest, in this city, December 5,
1913, Louisa Maria, dearly beloved wife of
Isidore Pfahls. loving mother of Kenueth W.
Pfahls, Mrs. Kirk W. Crawford and the late
James W. Brier, and sister of Mary Dittrlch
of San Luis Obispo, a native of Michigan,
aged 60 years 4 months and 2 days. A mem
ber of Woodcraft. Pathfinder Circle. No. 596.
PEACHE—In Oakland. December 7. 1913, Al
fonso M.. husband of the late Clara Fother
ingbam Peache, a native of Port Hurou,
ROBINSON—In this city. December 7, 1913,
. Hannah G.. dearly beloved wife of the late
Frank B. Robinson, and devoted mother of
Luke E. slid Frank J. Robinson, and loving
sister of J. H. and L. B. Regan and tbe
late J. R. Regan and Mrs. J. H. Flynn of
San Mateo, a natfve of San Francisco.
ROOK—In this city. December 5. 1913, James
J., beloved son of the late John and Ann
Rock, loving brother of Frank Rock, Mrs.
H. A. Stormes and the late John and Edward
Rock a native of San Francisco. A member
of Unity Alliance. St. Patrick's Alliance
SCHARBACH—In this city. December 5, 1913.
Peter J.. dearly beloved husband of Mar
garet Scharbaeh, devoted father of Mrs. W.
C. Miller and Marie, Amelia. Cecilia. Mel
vlna. Frank. Burnett. John. Fred and the
late Lena Scharbacb and Mrs. A. E. Trask.
beloved son of Anna M. Scharbaeh and
brother of Mrs. E. Bninkev, Mrs. M. Os
wald. Mrs. W. Kaugaut. Mrs. .1. Roycroft
and Jacob, Alec and Theodore Scharbaeh. a
native of Milwaukee. Wis., aged 59 years,
10 months and 27 days. A member of Tara
alpals camp No. 427. W. O. W.
SHAUGHNESBY—In this city. December 5.
1913, Patrick J.. beloved husband of Mary
Sbaughnessy, loving father of Mrs. J. Groom
and Thomas, William. Henry and Susie
ShaugUnessy. and brother of Mrs. J. Gal
rin. a native of County Clare, Ireland. A
member of Court Bohemian No. 8033, A. O.
F., and Manzanita tribe No. 4. Dnrsl. O. R.
M. (Chicago, 111., and Lima, 0., papers
SULLIVAN — In San Mateo, December 5. 1913.
Jeremlab, beloved husband of Hannah Sulli
van and loving father of Mrs. J. R. Keat
ing, Mra. Mary E. Madden. Annie Sullivan.
Mrs. I« McDermott and Timothy P. and
Daniel j. Sullivan, a native of County Cork,
TAGERT—In this city, December 8. 1913. at
the Southern Faotfic boapttal. Joseph R.
Tagert, aged 72 years, a native of Phila
Fnneral announcement later.
TODD—In Oakland. December 5. 1913, Alonzo
L. Todd, devoted brother of Mrs. Ida Lewis
Mrs. Kate Lewis. C. A.. G. T. R. B. and
W. A. Todd, a native of Mississippi, aged
61 years. A member of Live Oak lodge No.
61. F. & A. M. (Los Angeles and Sacra
mento papers please copy.)
TREANTON— I n San Rafael. December 0.
1913. Catherine, beloved wife of the late
Captain Paul Treanton, and devoted mother
of Mrs. Charles Caulter. Paul. Pauline and
Elizabeth Treanton and tbe late Mrs. Jennie
Molle. a native of Ireland, aged S3 years 5
months and 21 days.
PARK FLORAL. 1487 Haight St.: phoneHpark
336. Cut flowers, pl'ts, etc. R. Groves, prop.
I WEATHER REPORT
SPECIAL CALIFORNIA REPORTS
SAN FRANCISCO. MONDAY, DEC. 8.
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Fore.-ast till 5 p. in., Pacific time. Tuesday:
For San Francisco, Oakland and vicinity—
Fair tonight aud Tuesday; heavy frost Tuesday
morning; light north wind.
For California north of the Tehacbapt—Fair
tonight and Tuesday: heavy frost Tuesday
morning; light north wind.
For California south of the Tehachapi—Fair
tonight and Tuesday; heavy frost Tuesday
morning: light north wind.
For Nevada—Fair toulgbt and Tuesday; con
For Sacramento valley—Fair tonight and
Tuesday: heavy frost Tuesday moruiug; light
For Santa Clara valley—Fair tonight and
Tuesday; heavy frost Tuesday moruiug; light
For San Joaquin valley—Fair tonight and
Tuesday; heavy frost Tuesday moruiug; light
An area of abnormally high pressure overlies
the country west of the Mississippi river, caus
ing fair and cold weather except In southern
California sod southern Arizona. Tbe eastern
storm is central over the St. Lawrence valley
moving northeastward, giving cloudy weather
and light rain to the eastern portion of the
country, with high westerly winds. Light to
heavy frosts occurred in California this morn
ing. Cooler weather prevails over the Pacific
coast and much colder weather in the Missis
slppl valley and lake region. Conditions are
favorable for fair weather In this district to
night and Tuesdsy, with heavy frost in Cali
fornia Tuesday morning.
I 6. H. WILLSON, Local Forecaster.
I REAL. ESTATE TRANSACTIONS I
Ambrose B. Frank ami wife fo Francis W.
Huller, lot Iv SE line of Edinburgh street. 225
off of Brazil ar-iiuo. S\V 25 by SK 100. being
lot 42, Julius 1,, franklin's subdivision «>£
block 46, Excelsior homestead: $10
Hugo Stanke to Emma Stanke (wife) lots
15. 17, 18 and 19, block P, Silver terrarje;
Carl A. Smith to Mary Smith (wife), lot in
W line of Kansas street. 125 X of Tweuly
seeond. N 25 by W 100; $10
Frank Mauritzius and wife to Arthur T.
Bridge Jr.. lot at NW corner of Oulntars
street and Forty-fourth avenue N 100 by W
William John de Boom to Fanny C Hasel
tlne, Emma M. Wltxel and Camilla It Ernst,
lot in E line of Milton street. 100 S 'of Bos
worth S 2o by E 100, and four other par
cels; $10. r
Fanny C Haseltine et al. to William .fohn
de Boom, lots G and H. resnbdivided blrx* 1
of De Boom tract, and four other parcels- $110.
Thomas P. Andrews and wife to John V.
Sonle, lot at X corner of Amherst and Ortni
stead streets, NW 100 by NE 120; $10
C. T. Morrison and wife to Archibald Mac
donald Hardy, lot In W line of Sanchez street
30 X of Twentieth. X 28 by W so j lO
Martha E. Miller et al. to William A. Sulli
van, lot In XW line of Clara street •:i*-6
8W of Fifth. SW 25 by XW 80; $10.
Harry J. Dempsey and wife to Edgar T
Malmgren, lot in W line of Twenty fourth
avenue, 100 S of V street, S 100 by "w l2o
Harry J. Dempsey and wife to Edgar J.
Malmgren. half interest In lot at SW corner
of V street and Tweiity-fourth avenu>- W $20
by S 100; $10.
McKillop Brothers to Edward S. Wiswefll.
lot In W line of Ashbury street, 125 N of
Fell. X 25 by W lOO:*; $10.
Edward S. Wis well to McKlllop Rroth.-rs,
lot In W line of Castro street, 100 S of Hix
teenth. S 25 by W 100: $10.
Boston Investment company to David I: . i
lot In W line of Twenty-fifth avenue. 175 s", 0 f
Lincoln way, 8 25 by W 120: $10.
Henry Huntley Taylor snd Henry T. Scott,
trustees estate of Fanny E. Taylor (deceased)
to Adeline Mills Taylor Howard, thirl i teraet
in lot In 8 line of Geary street, 65 U of Web
ster. E 72:6 by 8 137:6- $10.
Bayside company to Henry Van Bergen, lot
In 8 line of Geary street, 65 B of Webster, B
72:6 by S 137:6; $10.
Henry Van Bergen to George A. Morris axrl
wife, same; $10.
George A. Morris snd wife to First Afri.-an
Methodist Episcopal Zlon chnrch of San KrJ*»i
clsoo, lot In S line of Geary street. 65 E TnW
Webster, E 72:6 by S 137:6; $10.
Mary A. Rainey, deceased (by executors),
to George a. Williams, lot In B line of Divisa
dero street. 102:84 3 of Washington. S 75
by E 110; $11,000.
David Houle and wife to Kenneth H. Smft.
ten. lot In W line of Twenty-fifth avenue. 160
S of Lincoln way. S 23 by W 120; $10
Frederick H. Dakin and wife to Guerrero
Realty company, lot In W line of Thirty
seventh avenue. 150 X of Judah street. X
50 by-W 120; $10.
Sol Getz & sons to Ford King, lot in W
line of Thirty-second avenue, 175 S of B
street. S 25 by W 120; $10.
Pasquale Savelli to Francesco Anastasl, one
half of lot at SE corner of Kearny and Green
streets. 8 34 by E 47; $10.
William S. Downing to Behrend A. Jooat,
lots .. 8, 9 and 10, block 1030. South San
Francisco Homestead and Railroad associa
Westgate Publishing company to Loutes
Kobn, lot 19, block 9, St. Francis wood.
Raymond H. Banning and wife et al to
Ernest Leo Gracla, lot 12, block A. Mission
Waldemar C. Petersen and wife to Anglo
callfornla Development company, lot 273 gift
map 3; $10. '
Jessie and William H. Mlddleboff to Wil
liam J. Gallagher, lot at NW corner of Grove
and I.agima streets, N 120 by W 60; $lv
Thomas Scoble and wife to Carmen V John
son lot In E line of Sixteenth avenue. 155
Hon, aud 21 other lots; $10. sssocia
i, S i S « r "?. klln *? Abr «bam Franklin et al.,
B line of Jones street, 27:6 X of
\allejo, N 27:6 hy W 110: gift
W llllain H. Barker and wife to Perth.
Boelen Jot 33. block 10. LakevTew; $10,
Woodslde Investment company to John F
iff*"* " !f " V I^X »ne of T street,
N 100- $10 D aTeDue . • 31:10.;, by
SF e . I fne ia or ß «n ri, ' b to A(lam H ><* »■
BJ. ? n STT aTe, " Jt '. SW XE of Thlrty
ssto! htt fU n - " Dd two ' other [H,r -
vw a r n to H - E Winkler, lot la
NW line of Athens street, 100 SW of Excel
sior avenue. SW 25 by NW 100; $10
David Xlcollnl to Giovanni Battista Xicollnl
SL**2 four fl * tn » Interest In lot In S line of
filbert street. 73:9 W of Grant avenue W 24
by S 66:6: $10.
J. S. Xoyes and wife to M. Takekawa. lot
at NE corner of s street and Forty-secoud ave
nue. E 57:6 by N 100: $10.
Jean Escloses and wife to Fred Detjen and
wife, lot In SW line of Allison avenue. 73 SB
of Cross street. SE 25 by SW 95; $10.
The Hind Estate company to Annie F. Mor
row, lot In E line of Twentieth avenue. 75 S
of Ann street. S 23 by 82:6: $10.
Evelyn J. Bell fo F. W. Nightlngill, lot lv
NW line of Chenerv street, 38 SW of Roa
noke. SW 25 by XW 100: $10.
Anna X Xlghtinglll to F. W. Nightlngill.
lot 12. block 7. Snnnyslde; $10.
F. W. Nightlngill to William Grant, lot InT
NW line of Chenery street, 38 SW of Roanoke,
SW 25 by NW 100: $10.
Elizabeth powers to Giuseppe Teresse, lot
In E line of Folsom street, 82:6 S of PrecUa
place. S 25 by E 80: $10.
Josephine M. Nahl to Annie M. Dwver. por.
tion of lots 29 and 30, West Clay park; $10.
John Farrell to Sherry-Freltas company,
block bounded on N by L street, S by M, B
by Thirty-sixth avenue and W by Thirty
seventh avenue; $10.
Lucy F. Leach and Harry E. Leach to Es
mond F. Carnahan, lot In N line of Day
street. 76:35, W of Diamond. W 23:3«£ by
N 114;. $10.
Same to Herman J. Schimjeir. lot in N
line of Day street. 50:10 W of Diamond, W
25:51s by N 114: $10.
Frank E. Ormsby to John J. Ormsby. lot la
N line of Belgrave avenue, 330:5 E of Stan
yan street. E 25 by N 100- $10
Charles P. Cutten to Wallace Bradford, lot
In W line of Parker avenue, 406:7 X of Geary
street. X 50 by W 120: $10.
Giuseppe Cavaglieri and wife to Conrad M.
and Theresa Hofmann. lot In E line of San
Bruno avenue. 100 S of Eighteenth street, 3
25 by E 100: $10.
Theresa Hofmann to Conrad M. Hofmann,
Elise A. Drexler to Anglo-American Land
company, lot commencing 128 W of Douglass
street and 94:6 S of Caselli avenue, W 2S
S 94:6, NE to W line of land described in deed
from Pioche et al. to Johnson et si., N 94:6;
Francis W. Holla to Ambrose B. Frank, lot
in SE line of Vienna street. 200 SW of Brazil
avenue. SW 25 by SE 10O: $10.
J. P. Sweeney to H. fl. Sattler. one third
of lot at SE corner of Geary snd Polk etreeta,
E 53:9 by S 120: $10.
George A. Schilling et al. to Sophie A. S< hil
ling, lot In E line of Tremont avenue, 521 S
of Frederick street, s 25 by E 80: gift.
George M. Mitchell to Louise Ollrieb. lot in
N line of Geary street. 82:6 E of Twenty-flfta
aveuue. E 25 by N 100- $10.
Harry C. Payson to Ella M. Payson. lot la
SW line of Hamilton street. 173 NW of Man
sell. NW 25 by SW 120: $10.
Nils F. Nilsson aDd wife to Harry S. Thom
son and wife, lot 4. block B, Mission terrace:
Ellisbeth C. Burchard to Thomas E. Brady,
lota 1. 2 and 3. block 45. City Land associs
John Brickell company to Jacob Welssbeln,
lot in W line of Twenty-seventh avenue. 193
S of California street S 23 by W 120; $10.
Estate of H. C. Mnsele (deceased- to Vic
tor Grothwell. lot st SE corner of Forty-sixtSi .
avenue and X street, S 100 by E 32:6: $935. l(
William and Francis Smith to Robert John,
stop I.oughery and wife, lot 29, block fl. Mis
sion terrace; $10.
Samuel Douglas and wife to James Llthgow,
lots 37 and 38, block 39. Rets tract: $10.
Charles Gnstave Knmmerlander et al. to
Frank R. Kummerlamier. one-fifth of lot In
NW line of Howard street. 173 SW of Sixth,
SW 50 by N W9O: gift.
C. Areoni and wife to N. Sharenbroch. lot
In S line of En ion street. 117:6 W of Grant
avenue, W 20 by S 77:6; $10.
C. F. Wagner company with Ratto & Glan
nlnl—To erect s three story frame building
(bottling house) at 8 corner of Harrison sad
Hay ward streets.-SW 80 by SE 75; $8,875.
Carlotta Ferra and Pietro Ferra with Stag
naro. Garibaldi A Glordo—All work exvept gas
fixture-, window shades and finish hardware
for two story and basement frame building
at SW isomer of Vlsltacion and Britton streets,
George W. and Theresa White with T. H.
Perry—To erect a story and a half frame build
ing on lots 30 and 51 black 10. Lakeview;
Gugllelmo Gall! with A. Glgll £ Co.—Ta
erect a three story and basement frame build
ing (flats) In E line of Polk street. 51:4 N of
Union. N 24:4 by E 100: $6,043.
Panama-Pacific International Exposition com
pany with Newbery-Bendheim company—Elec
tric work for exposition auditorium building,
at SW corner of Grove and Larkln streets. W
412:6 by S 275; $16,535.
Panama-Pacific International Exposition com
pany with I.indgren company—Constructing the
exposition auditorium building: $717,014.
Mary A. Phelan with American Marble and
Mosaic company and John G. Sutton company—
Marble work. etc. tiled floor and walnscotlnr
for building at W comer of Jessie snd Fourth
Streets. NW 75 hy SW 75; $7,825.
James Ward with Charles Coburn.—All work
except wall beds, steam heating, finish hard
ware light fixtures, window shades, wall paper,
lire escapes and gas ranges for a three story
snd basement frame apartment building in B
line of Tavlor street. 89:9 S of Clay. S 25 by
E 80: $11,000.
Jeanette Yates with William Yates—To erect
a two story frame residence In W line of
Eighth avenue S of Cabrlllo street. S 25 by
Hotel company with the Laraaon
company Pneumatic tube system for St.
Francis hotel, at Powell and Geary streets;
M. D. Grosh. E. G. Ijintelere and Louise JL
Sage wiih United States Metal Products convW
panv. Brode Iron works and William 11. C.U.v
moor—Sheet metal work, miscellaneous \ Tn<%
work and plastering for eight story hotel
building In N line of Sutter street, 100 W
of Powell; $17,627. w '