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COTTAGES TO LET
POURTH »t.. 1216%. nr. H St.—Rear sunny
cottage . 3 rooma, large bath room with
wash tubs, etc.
SMALL 3 room sunny cottage: 8723 18th st
near Castro an.l Market: free water: *n.
6l R ? E . Y rt • ' J93 - nr - Chenery -2 rm. fur
Dished cottage: take car No. 26 or 10.
15 month; 2 will aud yard. 38 Clover it
on* 18th bet. Denver and Hattie.
A COTTAGE, 5 r. and b.; 265 Chattanooga
st.; large lot, 30x117:6 to rear alley, two
frontages; $3,600. L W. HOUCHIN, 1104
•TOR sale—Apply 2SI 26th ar.; cottage in Cal
ifarnla st.. $3.(100; also 2 modern, 5 room
flats; will draw 12 per cent.
%A. X Standard Title Insurance Company, Mills
■nag.. Insure your tips: ears time, save money.
COTTAGES FOR SAT.E
$20.00 down. $20.00 per mouth.
K. ANDERSON', builder. 317 Hearst bldg.
•l°f| down, $20 mo. buys new cottage. F. H.
WEBB * CO.. 2877 Mission St.. near 25th.
COTTAGE—3 rooms; S2.100: near Clement st.
Apply JONES REALTY CO.. 2231 Clement.
_ COUNTRY REAL~ESTATE ~
How to cut down
(The High Cost of Laving.
We'll Tell You How
YOU CAN SAVE.
Will You Listen?
Buy an Acre or Two
Of Land Close In.
RAISE YOUR OWN
Be Close to Your Work.
Have your orchard
Commute to tbe City.
fThe Mt. Diablo Country
Is the Piece For Yon.
Ask for Literature.
R. N. BURGESS CO.,
tU Market St., 1538 Broadway,
r>an I'raucieco. Oakland.
Rea3 Estate Bargains
Owner must have money and is willing ta
Sacrifice a two story flat building, brand new
and right up to date; this is a bargain and
stood 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 land, almonda. peaches, rigs,
etc.: no alkali, no bard pan- the piece adjoin
ing tbls is held at $2,000; the owner la In Los
Angeles snd in desperate need, and has said
FELL FOR $1,000. Chances of thia kind don't
Come very often.
No. 7. —14 acres; 6 acres cultivated: 5 acrea
arehard: fully equipped *or poultry, and a com
plete set of new buildings: good windmill and
tank; a beautiful and up to date place, and
©nix t—-• , if from postofflce. and only fonr
aiiies from tbe beautiful little city of Sebasto
fcol. and only $875 required to handle thia one;
Lt.aure very easy terms.
D. R. TANNER
REAL ESTATE CO.
mom 229 Mulrhead bldg.. 1278 Market st
DAILY is the 17 years" record of one well
uesr our Beckett & Crothers Madera Farms.
Our wells tap the same inexhaustible sup
ply. Our soil 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 dl*
tricts are Installing wells to avoid loss from
water shortage; this never occurs on our
Madera Farms and you are free from Irriga
tion bonda. A word to tbe wise is sufficient.
You want the best at the right price. Write
or see us. Madera Farms booklet mailed free.
CURTIS 4 MASON
Phone Sutter 413
1202 Chronicle bldg.. San Francisco. Cal.
A 80N0MA STOCK LANCH AT A SACRIFICE
Located near Skaggs. and consisting of 960
acres of extra choice range and farm land; a
beautiful place, witb great possibilities as a
stock ranch or aa a resort; abundant water
and rich soil: best kind of hunting and fish
ing, boating, fine roads, near school, and cli
mate can aot be excelled; several fine build
ings, orchard, stock, furniture, etc.; mast
b» sold at once, and will sacrifice for (12.000,
half cash and balance to suit at I per cent.
Tbls Is an absolutely safe Investment from
any standpoint, and Investigation will prove
lt. For particulars, call at 555 Monadnock
bldg.. GOLDEN STATE INV. CO.
Five Cents-an Acre Cash
Texas school land for sale by the state; yon
lan buy good land at $2 per acre; pay 5c per
acre cash and no more for 40 years, but 3 per
rent Interest; send tie postage for farther In
formation. Investor Publishing Co., Desk 7,
lan Antonio, Texas.
' ALFALFA LAND
$75.00 Per Acre
|B ACRES. Monterey Co.; near Watsonvllle; if
yon are looking for s snap don't look any
longer; get thla.
D. R. TANNER
REAL ESTATE CO.
Room 229 Mnlrhead bldg.. 127S Market st.
[ SACRIFICE SALE OF RICH I .AND —A sa.
farm of finest level land, only 50 miles from
S. P., and 2 blocks from R. R. station; fine
for alfalfa, fruit or vegetables. My price
for quick sale. $590. Will give terms as
follows: $59 cash and balance $5 per month;
immediate possession if desired. Orchards
adjoin tbls place; none better In state. Can
Feli you more acreage If desired, snd same
terms. Come In and see me, or write
CHAB. L. PADDON, 35 Montgomery at..
S. F. Room 138. Lick bldg.
WN INSULAR SANTA CLARA VALLEY
RANCHES. 85 miles 8 F : CHOICE BAR
•SAINS, foothills; oaks, water, views, fruit,
NEAR STANFORD UNIV.. LOS ALTOS: I
•ere to 6. 10. 20; wealthy, refined districts;
Brood road*, dally mall; values rapidly riling;
tow is the time. See us. Open dally.
VILLA HOMES ADJOINING STANFORD
Tniv. campus. RARE BARGAINS, EASY
TERMS: SOME EXCHANGES
FREDERIC HEBARD. Mayfield. Cal.
285 CASH buy* thl* 58 sores: rich, deep loam
soil; ea*t of Watsonvllle, 3 miles from town
and depot; ail has been cultivated; good
spring; full price reduced to $2,850; 7 years
time on balance. LOCKE PADDON. room
138 SB Montgomery st.. 8. F.
J. 47 CASH. $14.50 A MONTH, paya for this
19V acres rich, dark loam soli In the Pajaro
Valley Or.-bard Tract, near Watsonvllle: all
been under plow; few odd oak trees, good
spring, co" crop of bean* should easily pay
for it. Owner, 138 Lick bldg., 35 Montgom
cry at.. 8. F.
80 ACRES at $60 per acre. 5 miles'.from Lodi,
1 mile fmni Lockeford station; 20 acres In
grape*, (mail 4 room bouse; 5 horsepower
gasoline pu.-up and two windmills; plenty of
waier for Irlgatloo: 5 year* to pay In.
DIXON * BALDI. 443 Kearny St.
lOW READY FOR DISTRIBUTION,
complete list of al! government land open to
e-:ry. every county; over 100 pages with
map and new law of 1912; telle exactly now
to get it. Pt cc 50c. J. C. HENDERSON,
• 2347 Mission st.. S. F.
LANCH of 293 acres In San Beslto county; 1
mils from postofflce; 4 room bona*, ban,
etc. : '90 seres under cultivation; abstract
and title perfect; enough timber to psy tor
the plsre; price $3,500: terms.
TANNER REAL ESTATE CO..
TV> Mulrhead bldg.. 1278 Market *t.. 8. P.
85 CASH. $8 A MONTH, gives you Immediate
possession of tbe 12*4 acres rich loam soil
in Pajaro Valley Orchard Tract. 3 miles from
town: fine for poultry, hogs, beans, fruit, etc.
Owner, 138 Lick bldg.. 35 Montgomery st.,
""..AND AND WATER —$100 PER ACRE.
lomplet* Irrigation; Sacramento valley; level;
10 to 100 acre tract*; term*: direct from
owners. WATT * CO., 621 Jsy St.. Sscra
60« cash and $1,400 In bay district lots take*
eqnlty In $3,000; 10 acre Improved ranch,
tipper X* ruuicntu valley. Address box 1875.
ffcl NKS. bops and stock never a tailor*; »•
trigs!ton seeded: writ, for list. O. L REED
BE A LTV co 722 *t» *» Santa Bo«». Cal.
. gt seres, cheap, good soil, plenty water; near
school: $950 $50 rash, $10 monthly
ATTHOWF REALTY CO . 825 Hear«t bldg
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE^
O settle an estate, must sell 18 room flat
building and lot, located In Oakland and
rented for $«0 per month: paying 18 per
cent on tbe Investment; pries $4,000; $2,000
C I)'" R. TANNER REAL ESTATE CO.,
22*> 220 Mnlrhead bldg..
1278 Market st.. San Francisco.
OR sale—A nice home lv Berkeley; 7 room
bouse near college ay. Address J. W.
GOXEY. 851 33d at.. Oakland.
SACRIFICE less than cost, to go east. beautiful
home in Alameda: two story. 10 rooms; Ana
location: unfurnished: $6,400; line furniture
at a bargain. Box 1927. Call office.
BERKELEY REAL ESTATE
ATTENTION HOUR BUILDKB
This Is tbe best time is the year la bat*
your plan* prepared for your building. Than
are a number of reasons; let in* expiate,
LEONARD H. FORi>
lIS* renter »t. Berk-lev.
FOR sale—2 lots In the Richmond-Berkeley
water front- $165 cash. $10 a month. Ad
dress H. BTEENGBAFE, 420 Adams at.,
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 car
line, and real inner harbor property: bargain
for rash. Address box 4916. Call office.
LOS ALTOS REAL BSTATK
FOR rent—Furnisbed 6 room modern bungalow.
Address F. G. HALL, Caetitleja School, Palo
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE
NEW ARK—2 k;*. cheap; close to prop. 8. P.
shops and Ker Route. Box 1917. Call office.
rOR real haras las In good Isnds. SONOMA
CO. LAND CO 223 4th at.. Santa Baae.
Bargains In Napa lands. Writs W. B.
GRIFFITHS CO.. for Rata. Napa.
MILL VALLEY REAL ESTATE
FOR MILL VALLEY BARGAINS. SEB
WILL FALLEY. MILL VALLEY.
REDWOOD CITY REAL ESTATE
ELEGANT HoME SITES, only $150 each, $5
down and $5 per month; no interest, n*
taxes. Write or call for handsome booklet.
B. W. MAGRCDER. 423-425 Pbelan Bldg..
T*o Msrket St.. 8. F AGENTS WaNTRB.
MARIN CO. REAL ESTATE
FAIRFAX DEVELOPMENT CO. offer* 3 np lo
cate properties Cheap—Easy terms —Modern
Improvements. 110 Mkt. St.; Kear. 2380.
WANTED—To hear from owner who haa good
farm for sale: send description and price.
NORTHWESTERN BUSINESS AGENCY.
| Minneapolis. Minn.
SONOMA COUNTY Real Estate
•TRITB J. W. Bora Co.. Petaluma. CaL fat
free copy "Son am a County Bargains."
IMPROVE!! ami nnlmp. <>rav«ust*ia sppis aad
berry lands. W. Wldebase. Bebastopol. CaL
ROSS VALLEY ESTATE
iMla. cottages aud residences for rent and t<*
•al*. Apply to A. BAUER. Boss. CaL
SANTA CRUZ REAL ESTATE
HOWiis. rsncbe*. acreage; exebsnge; pric.
lUt. WILSON pros . Santa Cro*. Cal.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE
FOR S. F. or bay city property. 280 acre moun
tain ranch: line water: orchards: no build
ings; fine fur young stock: only $2,800; clear.
5.80 acre ranch; all improved; plenty fine
water to Irrigate; 2 acres orchard; only
NAPA VALLEY REALTY CO.. G. E.
MANSFIELD, 127 s Market st.. San Francisco.
WILL nXCHANOE LOTS IN BTOCKTON.
BEST RESTRICTED DISTRICT: WANT
BERKELEY oR OAKLAND HOUSE; MOD
ERN; SIGHTLY SITUATION. ADDRESS
OWNER. HOTEL EERKELEY, 2039 SHAT
Willamette Valley Farms—Send me full da
tails yours and I will send you list. Also
have 560 acres stock and farm land Lincoln
rminty., Colorado clear, for clear Califor
nia property. R. W. TRU'P. Browusvllle.
Headqnaters mov. p'.c. theaters. vaudeville
! houses; we buy and sell targe lists of city,
country, towns: terms. 744 Pacific bldg.
COUNTRY bay town hotel and bar: clearing
$200 mo.; chance man. wife. 744 Pacific bid.
$2.50t> —Mov. picture bouse, busy part Oakland:
clearing $300 pet month. 744 Pacific bldg.
FOB tale, che*p—Comical and vaudeville longs,
the latest out. 744 Pacific bldg.
HIGH CLASS mov. pii-ture house, clearing 1810
Mi-.: best location, city. 744 Pacific bldg.
$2,900 Moving pictart boa**, rtty: fully equtp
pe.i: gag «>;-. ra chairs: terms. 744 Pac. bldg.
FOB tale -81.800 m.>v. tic. h.aise; 350 opert
chairs; clearing $200 mo.: guar. 744 Pac.bid.
FOR sale —Livery, coal business: est. 25 years;
Oakland: clearing $30fi mo. 744 Pacific bldg.
FOR sale—Planing mill, money maker: big
bargain: want to reCre. 744 Pacific bldg.
WANTED —First class ran*}* maker with
$1,500. 744 Pacific bldg.
HOTEL FOR SALE
25 rooms paying net
SI SO per month; Song
!ea§e; golid mine during
Fair; cash will han
(X R. TANNER
REAL ESTATE CO.
Room 229 Mulrhead bldg.. 1278 Market *t.
HOTEL for sale or rent; established 25 years;
railroad worklngmen and tbe best transient
trade In town : opposite S. P. depot sod N.
P. depot; man and wife preferred; small
cspital. Appiy or write JOS. P. HANUAN.
WELL EQUIPPED planing mill In Fresno that
Invoices $15,000 offered for sale for $9,500;
half cash and half on easy terms; owner may
be seen by appointment. Address JOHN
BRAVES, care Seneca hotel, city.
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 Sde
investment lo one of tbe best and largest
retail houses In this city must have Al ref
-1 erences. etc. Address box 1909. Call office.
MONEY' — European capital for Investment la
attractive enterprises. Address BANKERS'
ALLIANCE. 125 High Holboru. London. Eng.
FOR sale—Fruit aud candy store opposite the
S. P. de|«it; lease 5 years; doiag g««.d busi
ness; cash only. Apply box 1911. Call office.
$150 buys half interest In good transient bar
ber sLon: best location. Ph. Kearny 4087.
?;.-><' bays » restaurant. 3 years' lease; re't-lpts
$.Xi; see owner. TURF QUICK LUNCH. 251
SCOTCHMAN, with capital, or able to Inflo
ence same, can obtain good posttlou in finan
cial institution. Box 1«78, Call offlce.
FOR sale -Tailor shop; good tlinlsiltl, hay It
for little money; owner gone to another busi
nesa. 423 Ellis St.
RESTAURANT—<Jtua)I: good location; old es
tsbllsbed business: for immediate sale;
f ASH. AT SACRIFICE, account owner leav
ing state; low rent; two men do all work.
Address Owner, box 1914. Call offlce.
IMPORTANT FINANCIAL ASSOCIATION un
dertakes placing of large capital In Impor
tant mining or Industrial concern*, or would
buy stocks and bonds of any established
concern. Write CARNOT CHEQUE 4878.
Bureau 87. Parts.
1830 * winner for man and wife; an estab
lished, clean, pleasant business; bright fu
ture : fullest investigation. Box 1694. Call
A FLORIST a* partner to open flr*t store la
tbe Sunset District; no capital necesaary.
Call or addrea* BLUHER. 150 Henry «t.
VALUABLE patent* pay better than gold
mines; write for ll»t. "Patents for Rale."
RANDOLPH is, CO.. patent attorneys. Wash
ington. D. C.
STATIONERY buslne**, located In a good bosl
ness town; will sell cheap. Box 543, Marys
WANTED IDEAS—Write for list of Inventions
wanted by manufacturers and prise* offered
for Invention*-, our 4 books sent free. Pat
ents secured or fee returned. VICTOR J.
EVANS A CO.. Washington. D. C.
WANTED —Steady man to take retiring part
ner's Interest in old estab. business; pay*
$125 mo. each: eip. unnecessary; $225 re
quired. Call »«4A Market St.. room 21.
OAKLAND BUSINESS CHANCES
I MT'R 5 year lease; restaurant and pool
room; centrally located <n Richmond; cheap.
Can 717 Quire it* antticuiam*. j
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL AND POST, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1913
WANTED—2 partner* with $5,000 cask, with
ar without services; will stand rigid investi
gation Call at room 833. Monadnock bldg.
CALIFORNIA'S OLDEST AND LARGEST
City and Country
LUBECK'S POLICY of eelllng
businesses without publicity brings
bona fide buyers and sellers
LURECK'S SYSTEM mean* effi
ciency, greatest guarantee of serv
ice, at tbe lowest possible rates.
IT IS CONCEDED that LUBECK'S
sell more businesses than all of
Kan Fraucisco brokers combined.
FOR PROMPT. DEPENDABLE SERVICB
GET IN DIRECT COMMUNICATION WITH
Sixth Floor, Pacific Bldg
Market and Fourth Sts.
LODGING HOUSES FOR SALE
$500 cash —15 rooma, close in, all full. 542
Bth *t., Oakland.
MONEY TO LOAM jT l
AAA—WE LOAN $10 or more on FURNITURE,
PIANOB, SALARIES, etc., st REASONABLE
RATES; LONG TIME and EASY PAYMENTS.
Yon get the money on 2 HOURS' NOTICE,
$0.85 weekly pay* a $15 loan.
$1.85 weekly pay* « $80 loan.
81.65 weekly pays a $50 loan.
Other sums in proportion. You pay monthly
If you wish. It is easy to borrow money from
us No PUBLICITY, no DELAY. If you don't
place your loan with v* we botb lo*. money.
PEOPLE'S LOAN CO..
229 Monadnock bldg.
681 Market at. Second fl-w.
D. D. DBAKB.
Money em yonr salary without seenrttyt
beat and moat private term*; see us before
going elsewhere. Room 201. 948 Market;
room 18. 1225 Broadway. Oakland.
HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Loan* on furniture, piano*, etc.; tow rates;
private. 357 Pacific bldg.. <tb and Market
•t*.; phone Douglas 3285: Oakland office. 518
Flrat Nations! Bank bldg.
WE LOAN MONEY TO PEOPLE WHO H*VB
PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT; no lndor*ert
confidential no red tap* methods; $1 a week
pays $15 loan. $2 week pays $30 loan, $9
weeks pays $45 loan. $4 week pays $60 loan.
Call and see us. THE ROYAL INVEST
MENT COMPANY. 750 Phelan blldlng.
MIHIrM'IPV On y°ar salary quick: cheapest
¥ r , t „. Those dealing else
where especially invited. Tbey wtll appreciate
the difference. FOX CO.. 625 Market, rm. 31L
BALDWIN JBWELRY COMPANY.
Gold and Sliver Smith*.
29-35 Kearny st.
LP AN DEPT. RATES 2 PER CENT PER MO.
WAGS earners, either men or women, can
roak* a loan In strictest confidence at the
Employees' Credit Co., 424 Monadnock.
CASH loaned to salaried men on note without
indorser. MORKKLL, 507 Monadnock butld.
PAWN tickets, diamonds bought, highest val
ues. SCHUMAN. 133 Geary St.. room 524.
THE FILLMORE "BRANCH OF THE CALL IS
AT 1057 FILLMORE STREET.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON HOUSEHOLD FURNDITURE. ETC..
PHONE OAKLAND 2910.
Independent Loan Co.,
201 202 PANTAGES THEATER BLDO..
MONEY TO LOAN—Real E«tat»
LARGE OR SMALL AMOUNTS. 8. 6% or 7
per cent, flat or installments. Call or write
O. E. EVAN'S. 2387 Mission St.. S. T.
D. D. DRAKE.
Money on your salary without security:
best and most private terms: see us before
going elsewhere. Room 201. 948 Market;
room IS, 1225 Broadway. Oakland.
s*^*MM'w*^<^'^<w<aiis^os^sS<^^*aos**wS^owss^i | s*<pwwi
for Ready Reference
JOHN R. RUCKSTELL. C. P. A.. 3d floor. Claus
Spreckels (Call, bldg.; phone Kearny 4151.
AA—ADVICE FREE—AII cases; lnstallmenta
accepted; no publicity; estates, damages, de
crees, bankruntcy: open evenlnga.
995 MARKET ST., ROOM 719.
CORNER STH AND MARKET STS.
ADVICE PRER IN SACRED CONFIDENCE:
family matters; 3 attorneys; all welcome.
LAW BUREAU. 1278 M*rket st.
ALL case* bandied by reliable attorney; those
•mall means welcome: pay when work la
done: advice free. 1112 Market at., office 122.
HARRIS A- HESS, attorneys at law. W. T.
HESS, notary public, room 709. Hearst bldg.
BUTTONS AND PLBATINO
STEELE'S Button Works. 222 Ellis nr. Maaoa.
Tel. Franklin 4521—Ma1l order* aollclted.
GENERAL contracting and excavating and cc.
tnent work: prices reasonable. Address 4295
Telegraph ay.. Oaklaod. L. CAIRO.
SAN FRANCISCO .BUSINESS COLLEGE. 90S
Market st. opposite sth—Day and evening
P SI'UONARD. chiropodist »ud manicure, will
teach full course. 8 lessons. $10. Room 518
Grant bldg.. 1086 Market St.
WHEN yon become disgusted witb poor work,
■end your carpet* to J. BPAULDINO A CO..
852 Tehama st : Douglas 3084. Home J2347.
VACUUM cleaner* rented, 3 day* for 75e.
SABDENBB CO., P. o. box 474. city
CHINESE MEDICINE "
FAMOUS Chines* oil. Imported from China; ex
cellent results; for toothache, headache, stom
achache, severe colds, catarrh, Indigestion,
fevers and numerous complaints: small bottle
35c, large 75c. Cut this »d, send 12c for sam
ple bottle. Traveling Medicine Co.. 723 Racto.
DYEING AND CLEANING
$T1 (fnifa UP—Suits cleaned aad pressed.
11.-ltiJl moos UaA. 1397. __Ot> Jaa p SDia
■ v.. Oakland.
McDOWELL'S Dresamaklng and Millinery
School —Evening classes; patterns cut to or
der. 121 Geary st. near Grant ay.; tat
DRESSMAKER, newly established here; satis
factory work guaranteed; phon* Fillmore 121.
1439 Fillmore st.
DAY AND CONTIIACT_WORK
W. G. FAHIEN, successor to C. R. Cooper,
carpenter and builder; general Jobbing.
ALTERATION'S, addition*, repairs, garages,
cabinet work, general woodworking; refer
ences; estimate*. Market 5821.
ELECTRIC MOTORS & WIRING
motors rented, repaired, bought, sold and ex
changed Globe Elec. Worka. 1959 Mission.
PRICE EVE RY W HERR~, but
daa't buy until yoti gee our big stock; selling
| halts* east. SOU San Psb**_ sWI $834.
HOUSE CLEANING _
AMERICAN HOUSE CLEANING CO. —House
cleaning by hour, day, contract. Telephone
Sunset 1055. all hours.
EL BERENO SANITARIUM. San Rafael. Cal.
For aged persona needing special care. City
home. 8421 28th St.. 8. F. Ph. Mission 4620.
MILLINERY taught from start to finish in S
weeks for $15. 8389 Mission st. near 19th.
COMPLETE course in French millinery taught
in 4 week*; term* reasonable. Box 1910. Call.
ALL Job and commercial printing. STEWART
PRINTING CO.. 1264 Market *t.. S. F. Cop
per plate printing. Country orders solicited.
DEWEY. STRONG & CO.. U. 8. and foreign
patents; Inventors' guide; 100 mechanical
movement* free. 911-917 Crocker bldg.. 3. F.
BALDWIN VALE, valid patents; estab. 1895.
Consultation free; invention* commercialised.
Underwood bldg, 525 Market St.. S. F.. Cal.
H C. SCHROEDER, patent trademark attor
ney. 417 First National bank bldg.. Oakl'd.
DR. O. S. ESSEN SON. physician and surgeon,
late of N. Y. 257 Leavenworth. Frnk. 9071.
M. H. SAMMIB, pension atty.: pensions, back
pay, lost ar'y papers sec. 1884 Larktn. suite 5.
W. E. DILLON, U. 8. Trademark, copyright
and pension attorney. 627 Pac. bldg.. 4th Mkt
AA—Model and experimental work; mechanical
or eleef'l; w* can do lt. BAKER A SON,
78 2d st.
ANYTHING In METAL. WOOD OR IVORY. P.
HICKERSON. 904 LAGUNA; PH. MKT. 2078.
DIXON TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO..
79-81-83 Turk «t.: Prsnklln 4800 5080.
CHARLES W, DIXON. Manager.
WILSON BROS. CO.—Fireproof storage, mov
ing, packing, shipping. 1636 Market st,;
pbone Psrk 271.
CENTRAL Trsnsfer and Storage Co.. Franklin
8812— Furniture moviny; trunk* Soc. 804
TRUNKS moved. 85 CENTS. BELL TRANS
PER. 357 Jones »t.; Prsnklln 1121.
PIERCE RODOLPH STORAGE CO.. 1450 Eddy
st - phon* West 827. We»t 828.
TRUNKS AND SUITCASES
SECOND HAND trunk* bought, sold, repaired
and exchanged LEVY'S TRUNK FAG
TORY. 707 Mission it., cur. 3d; telephone
Your old furniture We make It look like
new. We quote lowest prices. Work guaran
teed. Representative will call witb samples
to give estimates free. We give you time to
pay on weekly or monthly payments. Ordera
attended to wltbln 300 miles.
Cor. Stelner and Elliot park. Phone West 254.
AISSA—In this city. November 26. 1913, to
tbe wife of Peter Aissa. a daughter.
BALDACCI—In this city, December 2. 101:1. to
the wife of Gluieppe Baldaccl, a daughter.
BOSH— In this city, December 5, 1913, to the
wife of George M. Bohu. a .son.
CARROLL—in this city, December 4. 1913,
tO the wife of John TV. Carroll, a daughter.
COZZO—In this city, November 22. 1913, to
the wife of Giuseppe Cocao, a son.
DI QtTKICO— In this city. November 22.
1913, to tbe wife ot Gaapero dl Quiricc, a
PL I.FEU —In tbls city. December 8. 1913. to
tbe wife of Walter F. Uulfer, a son.
DUPLIB&ACE—In this city. December 9, 1913,
to the wife of Fred Dupll.ssace, a son.
franklin -in tbls city. December 7, 1913.
to the wife of Edward Franklin, a son.
GIANNOTT! -In tbls city, November 28, 1913.
to tbe wife of Lorenzo Giannottl, a daugh
HAI.VEHBEN—In this city. December 6, 1913,
to the wife of Harry Haivcrseu. a son.
HANLEN —In this city, December 5, 191.".. to
tbe wife of William F. Ilanlen, a daughter.
HUSTON —In this city. December 5. 11113. to
the wife of Harry L. Huston, a daughter.
(SOLA -in this city. Bar—bar 29, 1913, to
the wite of Davide Isola. 11 daughter.
JOOS—In this city. November 21. 1913, to the
wife of Charles F. Joos. a son.
LAKKEY —In this city. November 26, 1913, fo
the wife of Henry Laskey. a daughter.
LINEBARGKK—In this city, November 27,
1913, to tbe wife of Uoyd E. Linebarger, a
LYNCH—Id this city. December 4. 1913. to
tfca wife of DMniel W. Lynch, a daughter.
NEILSON —In thla city. December 4. 1913, to
tlie wife of George Nellson. a daughter.
NICHOI.S—In this city, December.l, IUI3. to
the wife of Ritbert M. Nlchola, a daughter.
PAOLI—IB thl* city. December 1, 1913, to the
wife of Amerlco Paoll. a son.
PtJOCI NEI.LI —In tbls city, December 7. 1013.
to the wife of Alfredo Puccluelll, a daughter.
READ—In this city. December L 1913, ito the
wife of William P. Read, s daughter.
ROGES—In this city, November 27, 1913. to
the wife of Jo»e B. Roges, a son.
SAGOO ME— ll tine city, November 29. 1913,
to the wife of Emlllo Sagcone, a daughter.
SAN RAFAEL LICENSES
SAN RAFAEL. Dec. 11- Marriage licenses
granted here yesterday follow:
John W. Clynes. 33, Vallejo. and Grace
Hsmby. 22. Oakland.
Francisco I*. Sanchez-. 21. ami Veneraudo Al
varado. 18. )«otli of San Franeiaco.
John S. Rutherford. 48. and Ida K. Pntton,
47. both of San Francis....
Itickie Lagorl, 2S. and Lizzie Muzzlo, 23,
botb of Napa.
CLARKE—In this city. December 10, 1918.
Crawford Washington Clarke, husband of
Phllemen Clarke, ami father of Mrs. M. C.
I'.irter. Mrs. N. A. Buchanan. Mrs. A. 8.
Baldwin and Mrs. 1.. C. Wright, a native of
New Albany. Ind.. aged 85 years 8 months
and 14 day*.
Funeral and Interment private. Please
STE'-LE In Oakland. Alameda eoiintv, De
cember 9, 1913, Mrs. E. L. G. Steele, mother
of Mrs, Thomas H. Williams and Mrs. J.
Funeral will take place Thursday, Decem
ber 11, at 2 p. nj., from her late 'residence.
$24 Jack»on st., Oakland. Interment pri
PARK FLORAL, 1437 Haight at.: phone Park
336. Cut flower*, pl't*. etc. R. Grove*, prop.
DBIED FRUITS AND NUTS
Price* quoted in san francisco this morning:
Dried Fruits—Prunes, hulk basis, crop of
1813, 3040*. 7%c; 40 50s, 6%c; 50-60s. 6c;
60705, 6c; 70 80*. 5%c; 80-100s. sc; 100- 120s,
3%e; 120* and up. 2%e. Apricot*. 1913 crop,
f. o. b.. In 50 lb boxes. Ilfal4%c. Evaporated
apples. SfixOc. Peaches. 1913 crop. 508 c. Pear*.
1913 crop, 7® 11c
Raisins—The following prices are f. o. b.
Fresno, as given out by the Associated Raisin
company: 1913 crop, per lb—Loose muscstels
(60). 1 crown, 4%c; 2 crowo, 5%e; 8 crown,
be: 4 crown, |c; seeded faucy, 16 oa paeksges,
7%c; do 12 os. «c: do bulk. 6%e; do cnoice.
16 oz, 7c; do 12 oz. s*4c; do bulk. «%c; Sul
tanas, no stock; Thompson's seedless, un
bleached 60s, 6c: 16 oz, 7%c: 12 oz. 5%c: re
cleaned. %c advance; do floated. %c advance;
Loudon layers. 20 lb boxes, 8 crown. $1.45: 4
crown, $1.65; 5 crown. $2.25; 6 crown. $2.75;
do 1 lb cartons, $1.75; clusters. 20 lb boxes.
$2.50. Local representative* of the aasociation
are aaktng He higher, while several of the
large packer* are quoting %c under tbe asso
Honey—New crop. comb. 13®15e per lb for
f«ncy, 106112 c for light amber and SffllOc for
other; extracted, water white nominal: white.
7 Vtc-V - : light amber, 606% c; amber, 5(0
Nuts—Peanuts, 7®7%e per lb: plnenuts. 11
012% c: Brazil. 18020 c: filberts. 13015 c; pe
can*. 15®16%c; almonds. IC./S2IC snd 10012 c
for hardshell; walnuts, opening prices, 1913
crop f. o. b. carloads: Budded, 19c: No. 1
softsbell. 16c;' No 2. 11'j.c; California chest
nuts. 2(tf4c; Italiau do. s®6c.
Dates—New crop Golden. 6%07%c per lb;
CHICAGO. Dec. |L—Hogs-Receipts, 36,000;
»low. steady it yesterday's average. Bulk, $7.65
67,80; light*. 47.3007.73; mixed. $7.50 07.85;
heavy, J7.50ftJT.90; rough, $7.50*47.60; pigs.
Cattle—Receipts. 6.000; steady. Reeves, $6.50
199.50; Texas steers. $0.6507.70; western
steers. $5.9007.75; stacker* and feeders. $4.90
1(17.50: cows and heifers, $il.4008.30; calves,
Sheep —Receipts. 20.OO0: slow. Native. $4.20
(9)3.50; western. $4.25 05.50; yearlings. $,".35®
usU***, «Mf»r*«.t*>. western, «4Uti
Wall St. Opening Prices
Open 9 am| Open 9 am
Amalg Cop. 70% 70%| Mcx Pet ... 43% *3%
Am Car Fdy 44 44 Mo Pac 25% 25%
Am Can ... 27*4 26% Ncr Cona .. 14% 14%
Do pfd 88% 87% N V Central KU 92%
Am Ice ... 22% 22% Nor Pac ... 107%107%
Am Loco . . 20% 29% Pa Ry .... • 108% 107
Am 8 & R.. 62 62 People's Oas.U6%ll<i%
Am Sugar.. 101 101 Bay Cou Oop 17% 17%
Am T A T..117%116% Reading 103%163%
Anaconda .. 34% 34% Rep 8 A I. 18% 18%
Atchison ... 92% 92% Do pfd 80% 80%
Bait A Ohio 92% 82% i Rock Is Co 13% 13%
B R T 86% 86 Do pfd.... 20% 21
Can Pac . .223 % 223% Sou Pac ... 87 86%
Cen Leather 24% 24% Term Cop ... 29% 29%
CM& St P 98% 98% Third Are ..39 39
Chlo Cop .. 37% 37% Union Pac.. .152% 1-12%
Corn Prod.. 8% 8% 0 8 Steel.. 56% 59%
Erie 28 27% Do 5» 99% 99%
Do 2d pfd 34% 34% Utah Cop .. 48% 48%
Gen Elec ..138%135% Wabash 3% 3%
loter Met .. 14% 14% West Union. 61 60%
Do pfd.... 39% 59 Wstngbouse.. 64% 64%
I*high Va1..148%147% Beth Steel... 29% 29%
Mcx Cent .. 11% n^l
Sales. 11 a. m.—114,800.
NEW YORK BONDS
Bid Ask Bid Ask
Atch gen 4s 02 92V 4 Japanese 4s. 77 —
Do cv 4s. 92 93U Do IstlVi* 88 89
B& 0 4a.. 90% 90% Do 2d4%s 87 89
BR T 45... 82 82% SP cv 4a. .. 85 80%
Col Ind ss. 75 78 DA R O ss. 08% 68%
U S Real 5s 80 84 Armour 4%» 89% 89%
R I col 4*... 50 51 OS L 4s. .. 89% 90
S P ref 4a.. 88% 80 S P Trm 4s — 86
Do col 4s. 89 - Colo So 4%s !«% 91$
U P Ist 45.. 9414 94a/ jj s reg 2*. 97 98
Do cv 4*. 90% 90% Do coup.. 07 —
U S Steel 5a 90% 99% Do reg 35.102%i03
U RR4s .. — 53 Do e0up..1(J2%103
Cal G4Bun6s — 92% Do reg 4*. 110%111%
Am Tob 4s 95 96 Do coup. .110% 111%
Do 6s 115 — Panama 25.. 96% —
Chinese 55.. — 00 Do 3* reg. 09%100%
Wabash db4a 49 50 C B&Q Jt 4s 94 94%
Wes Pac 5s 74 76
American stocks in London quiet and Irreg
New Haven for flrst time in 40 year* passed
Bunk of England and German bank rate un
New Haven directors decided to recommend
separate management for Connecticut company.
Washington dispatch says congress will pass
at this session bill designed for control of
W. C Van Antwerp elected to governing
committee of New York sroctf exchange; be
lieve, outlook is promising.
Chairman Elguero of National Railways of
Mexico tells Stock holders their dlrectort ap
preciate undesirabillty of Issuing short term
obligations, but that company's position, due
to political conditions, made any other form
of financing impossible.
Twelve industrials advanced .20.
Twenty active rails advanced .07.
Ralls 103.70.' Industrials 76.17.
FINANCIAL NOTES BY WIRE
Consols unchanged; money, 71*4; account.
72; Rio Tlntos. 71%. up V».
London copper at noon Arm. spot 485 10s. np
1* 3d; futures, £64 12* Bd. up 6s 3d; lead, flB.
up 2t 6d.
Germany and England bank rates unchanged.
Tbe passing of the New Haven dividend had
no effect in London.
Ixmdon sliver, 2ri%d, off 3-Kid. New York
Liverpool cotton closed qnlet, 1%(32 lower
on near _tid-1'«.1% lower on distant.
Liverpool wheat closed % higher. Corn
l 4<rt % higher.
Pari* wheat closed %@«4 lower. Antwerp
unchanged, Berlin % lower. Budapest % lower.
Buenos Alrea wheat opened 9 lower for
January and % higher for February. Corn
opened % higher for December, unchanged for
The Banco Hlspano snd Americano, a $20,
--000.000 Institution of Madrid, suspended pay
ment of its obligations, due to heavy runs,
which began Tiler ) ty. and to depreciation of
investments the company hold in Mexico and
THE COTTON MARKET
LIVERPOOL. Dec. 11.—Cotton due 1 lower
on December and 2tft;2% lower on later months.
The market opened quiet at 4 points decline.
At 12:15 p. un. the market was quiet at a net
decline of .'! to 4 points, cicept October-No
vember and November December, which were
% lower. Later % higher than at 12:15 p. m.
Spot. g.».d demand. 5 lower at 7.24 d. Sales,
10, (an bales. Including 7.000 American.
NEW YORK. Dec. 11. Port receipts today
estimated at 40.000 bales: last week. 45.764;
taat year. 64,542. A special froru Washington
declares that congress wlil pass at this ses
sion a bill designed for the control of the'
cotton exchanges. The votes for this purpose
have been ordered and there Is expected to be
little friction with respect to the proposal.
The bill fo be passed, however, will not be
the drastic scheme that Is expected In many
quarter*, but will seek to compel absolutely
the use of government standards and will at
tempt to enforce the use of the commercial
difference system. Tbe time now set for the
adoption of tbe proposed legislation Is next
BROOMHALL'S GRAIN CABLES
LIVERPOOL. Dec. U.—The wheat market
responded to the steadlnets In America, and
at tbe opening values were 4<>i% up. There
were fewer Manitoba offers and unfavorable
Argentina harvesting returns and the growing
tim sh at Buenos Aires, together wtth an im
proved demand for spot, h*ld the market
steady, although trading was dull. At 1:30
p. m. X j up from yesterday.
Corn opened % lower. Steady American
cables, offset by forecast of larger Argentine
shipments than expected. Later support de
veloped and prices advanced MiSCMi. stimu
lated by few plate offers and outside buying
Argentina — Weather fine: 1a the north wheat
is yielding unsatisfactorily.
India —Crop pros|>ects still gloomy.
The depression off Vancouver Island yester
day morning has moved eastward through
British Columbia, and I* now central over
Saskatchewan. It caused light tint general rain
from central California northward over the
western portions of Washington and Oregon,
cloudy weather over the plateau and fair In
the Math. The storm over tbe St. Lawrence
valley has moved to the New England coast,
causing light rain or snow from Pennsylvania
nortneastward. Over other portions of the
country the weather Is fair. There have been
no marked changes In temperature. Condition*
are clearing in this district and favorable for
fair weather tonight and Friday.
Q. H. WILLSON. I>ical Forecaster.
NO CHARGE IF NOT CURED.
Highest class references. PROF. W. E.
BASSETI'. rooms 414 415. Wells Fargo-Ne
vada National Bank bldg.
JONES apla.. 630 Jones bet. Geary and Post—
I ovelv 2 room apts. ; steam heat ; hot water;
LOST Gold chain and cross, with initials D,
E. O.: reward. Return to Call office.
.lust opened: all outside rooms. modern;
walking distance; $3 up. 1668 Market st.
SPECIAL meeting of Operative Plasterers' In
ternational Association FRIDAY BY EN INC,
Dec. 12, lit Hiherninn hall. Valencia st.,
bet. Uith and 10th. One dollar fine for 11011
I.ADY presser: rive works; good salary; give
reference. Box 4914. Call office
EXEMPT FROM FEDERAL INCOME TAX
We Own and Offer, Subject to Sale,
CITY OF OAKLAND 5% MUNICIPAL IM
Dated August 1, 1913. Due, $25,000 annually Au
gust 1, 1914-43.
Interest payable semi-annually, February 1 and August
1, in Oakland or at the City's fiscal agency in the City of
New York, at the option of the bond holder.
Coupon Bonds, Denomination $1,000, with privilege of
Legality approved by Dillon, Thomson & Clay of New
Price on Application ,
N. W. HALSEY & 00.
424 California Street, San Francisco
New York Boston Philadelphia Chicago
NEW HAVEN WEAK;
With This Exception, Changes
Are Small and Irregular
NEW YORK, Dec. 11.—With the ex
ception of New Haven, which broke
4% points to 68 at the opening - today,
the stock market was fairly steady.
Passing of the New Haven dividend
resulted In large trading In the stock,
which opened with a block of 5,000
shares at 69% to 68, compared with
yesterday's close of 72%. The next
sale was at 68% and then followed
further recovery to 69%.
First prices through the list showed
small and irregular changes, with a
stronger tone after the initial trans
actions. Reading, Canadian Pacific
and Amalgamated were quickly bid up
a point and Union Pacific %.
The supply of stocks became plen
tiful after the recovery had run up
from % to 1 point in the. general
market and 1% in New Haven. The
ensuing decline forced the list down
to yesterday's close, with speculators
active in hammering American Tele
phone, Pennsylvania and New Haven.
The latter went to 67%.
RECEIPTS OF INTERIOR PRODUCE DEC. 11
Flour, qr sks... 2,ooo|Leather, roll* ... 120
Wheat, ctls ... OOOtTallow, ctl* 45
Barley, ctls ... s.42o|Hldes, No 1.745
Oats, ctls 1,200! Pelts, No 2.2.55
Corn, ctls 665 Lime, bbls 1.220
Middlings, sks.. 20o[sugar, ctls 9.900
Potatoes, sks . . 5,730 i Wine, gals 70.000
Onions, sks 415! Brandy, gals ... 6.400
Hay. tona 806|Rice. sks : 500
Straw, tons ... 12 Coal, tons 210
Wool, ska 81 Lumber, M ft... 160
Alfalfa feed, sks 200' Paper. bdl* 1.270
Mo. feed, sk»... SOOtApple*. bx* 1.100
f utter, ctl* ... 210 Oranges, bx* ... 2,000
gg*. doa 20,610; Rabins, bxa ... 1.550
Cheese, ctls ... 130|Qulcksilver, flak* 23
BUTTER. CHZbBX AND EGOS
Quotations on the San iraucisco Wholesale
Dairy Produce egebange:
Grade*— Dec. 8 Dec. 9 Dec.lo Dec.ll
Fresh extras 81 %c 32c 32c 82c
Fresh first* 30c 30c 80c 30c
Grades— Dec. 8 Dec. ft Dee.loDec.ll
Fresh extra* 50c 51c 47% c 45% c
Selected pullets 45c 45c 43% c 43c
Cal. *torsge extra* 35c 85% c 86% c 36% c
Cheese—California fancy fiats. 17% c per lb;
firsts. ITc; fancy Young America*. 17c: do
Receipts today—Butter. 21.000 pounds; egg*.
20,61f/ doaen; cheese, 13,000 pound*.
LOCAL FftTJIT MARKET
Prices quoted on the San Francisco wboleaal*
fruit market :
Deciduous Fruit*—Apple*, per dot: Newton
pippins. 4 tier, $1.5001.75; 4% tier. $1,259
1..;..; lieiteflower, 4 tier $1.5001.60: do 4%
tier. $1.1501.25: Rbode liland greenlnirs. 4
tier. $1..34*1 35; do 4% tier. $1; Delaware
reds. 4 tier. $1.3501.40: do 4% tier. $1.15-8
125; Hoover, 4 tier. $1.2501.35: do 4% tier.
$1(31-25; Baldwin. 4 tier, i1.50Q1.75: do 4',
tier $iffii.2s: Oregon apltsenberg*. $1.7502;
Uo Jonathans, $1.50(81.75; do Ben Davie, $1.25
Pear*— Winter NellU, $1.50(82.
Orape* (per crate)— All varletiea. 75c051.
Cranberries—Howe*. $12018.50 per bbl.
Citrus Fruits (per box)— Lemon*, standi-d.
$2 5003.25; choice. $4,504*5; fancy, $5.50(3
6.50; lemonettes, $L50c«i3.25; grapefruit, aeed
les*. $803.79; llme*. per case, $405.
Oranges—Navels. fancy. $2.2502.50: do
choice. $1.T502.25; tangerines, $2.2502.75;
Tropical Fruit*—Bananaa. Hawaiian. $1.50(8
2 per buncb; do Central American, 3%®4%c
per lb; do Mexican, 204 c per lb: pineapylea.
per dozen. Hawaiian. $1.50*1)3.
Prices quoted thl* morning on the San Fran
cisco wholesale market:
Potatoes u>er ctl)—Delta whites, 75c®$ 1;
sweets, $101.23; Oregon Rurbanks, 85c051.25:
Onion* (per ctll—Silverskln*. $1.7502.25,
On street, 25c higher; Oregon. $2.2502.40.
Vegetables—Tomatoes, southern, per cr*te,
65®fl; string beans, 609 per lb; lima. 507 c
per lb; peas, 8010 c per lb; green peppers. <5c
$$$1.25 per crate- do coutbern. per lb. 3®4c;
eggplant. $1 per box; do southern, per lb. sc;
rhub»rb. 75c051.25 per box; cabbage. $1.50
per ctl; squash, summer, per box, $1.2502:
do ereani. 50075 c; Hubbard, per sack, 70
kj73c: no marrowfat, 60075 c; sprouts. 4®tle
per Ih: mushrooms, per lb, 10015 c; buttons,
15020 c: carrots, per sack, 50065 c; celery.
small crates. $1W1.25: large. $1.5002.25; gar
11c. per lb, 708 c; cucumbers, per (loz. 40(9
65c; lettuce, per crate, $1.5002.25; cauliflower,
per do*. 30075 c.
FLOUR AMD GRAIN
Quotations in Sao Franeiaco tbls morning:
Flour (per ctl) —Net cash: California family
extras. $5.00(36: baker*' extras, $4.6505.20;
superfine. $3.9004.10; Dakotas. $6.4037.40;
Wheat (per ctl)—California club, $1.50:
northern, wheat, bl urate in. $1.65(9,1.67%; Tur
key red. $1.55(31.85: red Russian. $1.50: club
$1.50: forty-fold. $1.52%®1.55.
Barley (per ctl) —Good to choice feed. $1.30
01 32%; lower grades. $1.2501.27%: shipping
and brewing. $1.3501.40.
Oats (per ctl)—White. f1.42U01.47%: red
seed. f1.00Q2.15; black. $2.5003; surprise.
Corn t'per ctl)—Eastern to arrive. $1.(2 for
yellow and $L 73 for white; Egyptian, white,
$1.65; Kaffir, nominal.
Rye (per ctl)—Oregon. $1.60® 1.65.
POULTRY AND GAME
Prices quoted tbls morning oa tbe San Fran
cisco wholesale market:
Poultry (per lb)—California fryers, 20022 c;
old roosters, 10012 c; do young, 20c: hens,
small, IB*lWc! eastern hens. 18018 c: do young
stock. 17021 c.
Per dozen—California ben*, medium. $4,503
5; do extra, $(>«!>; old roosters. N$M; young
roosters. $7418: do full grown, $8010: fryers,
$506; broilers. $304.50: ducks, old. $4(g]3.50:
do young. $6»t8; pigeons. $1.25; do squabs.
$2'u 3 eastern hens. $7£)11, according to
•ite; geese, per P»'r. #203.
Turkeys (per Ibl—Live, young, 19Q21c; do
old. ITtySOa; dressed. 22ftj2«c.
Game (per doz)—Rabbits. $2(Jf2.50; Belgian
hares. $4(aH; wild, *2rij,2.7..; geese, white.
$firstname.lastname@example.org; do gray, $email@example.com; braut, $2®4;
•caiivasbaek, $5Ui6; mallard, $4(ftb; widgeon.
HAT, PEED AND MEAL
Receipt* of hay for the last week were
Wholesale prices on carload lot* of hay on
today's market: Fancy wheat bay, light bales,
$20021; No. 1 wheat or wheat and oat. $17®
18: No. 2 wheat or wheat aud oat. $15(818;
choice tame oat, $17.50018.50; other tarn*
onf. $14.50®16.50: alfalfa, $12®16.60; stock
bay. $10011.50; straw, ,V>®»Oc per bale.
Meal (per ton)— Oilcake. 20 ton lota, $33;
10 tons, $83.50 ; 5 tons, $34; less than 5 ton*,
134,50; cocoanut. carload lots, $20; do 10 tona,
$29; do b tona, $29.50; do small lots, $30.
Feed (per ton)— Bran, $23.50024 for white,
$21.50023 for red; middlings, $290.'i;t; shorts.
$24' a 25; rolled barley, $28029; cerumen I.
$42.500 43.50; cracked corn, $42.50«*43.50;
alfalfa meal, car lots, $17.50; do small lots,
i Local Securities
8. F. STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE
Bid. Ask. Bid. Art.
United States— N B Cal 5*.105% —
Qr coup 4a. 110% — N Cal Ky ss. «s> 4 99%
Do 3s ... 90 — N Cal P ss. 98% —
Miscellaneous— Do con ss. — 85%
Ala AW5s — 100 Nor Kiev ss. — 80
Asso Oil ss. 97 99 ,0 G. LAH 5s — H*J%
Bay CPC 5s — 100%, Oak Tran 6s. 103 108
CCGAJS 55.. 99%10i [ Do 5a ... — 108
CGE gm Ss.lOO 100% j Do con ss. — 100
Do nnf 5a — 92% O Trac Cn 5a 82% —
Cal Cen Tss 83 — I Oak W g sa. 92 —
Coaat SL5a — 95 I Oni Cable os. — 99
Cal Wise 5s 85 86%|0r0 El 65.. — '1
Cal Cen TJs 82 — Pac Olm 4s 87% 88%
City El 65.. 80% — IPac GAE ss. 83% 84
C C Wat 5s — 100 IPac El X Ss.lOO 100%
Do jmss — — Pac LAP ss. — 97%
Ed LAP 6s. — 106 Pac TAT sa. 86 90%
EI duP 4%s — — pk *OR 6s — —
Erst Fed sa. 100% — Peop Wat 5s — 70%
Ear *CH6s — — ,BacAWd Bss — 96%
G West PCs 79% 80%* Sac EG&RSs. — 101
Haw C*B 5s — 100%7S JLAP 5s 97 —
Hon R T05.100% — Do 6a, » A.102 —
U TsboeßSs — 92 ISFNapAC 6s. — 100
L Bch O6s 99 — iSF.O A SJ5s — 98
LA GAE sg. ogjz 9C*/ Do 2d mss — 90
.Do Cor 6s 98 — I D.. Coo ss. — 70
LA Ry OS.IOt%IOBU MASC R4%s — 72
Do Cor ss. — 93 (Sierra R 6s. 96% 98
LAL gtd ss. ~ 100% bPC lcm 5*.106 —
LAP lew 5h.100% — ' SPBR Cslds.lOS —
LAP Cal ss. - &s%l'S P Ist r 4s. 88% 89%
Marin W 5s 90% — [SVW g m 4- *9% 89%
Mid Co G6a — 101 I L'RR of SF4a 52 —
MVA Mt ba 97% — I Unit GAE os 98% —
Mktß lcmss 83 87 :Val Co P sa. — 160%
Nat Con 5«. — (
~ . _ BTOCKS
Maria C 0... 50 — ) Sugar—
Peop W pfd — 45 jHaw CAS. 22 —
8 Val Wat. 52 52% Haw Sugar.. — 24
Gas and Electric— IHonokaa ... — 4
N Cal PCn 24% 26 IHoteh S P.. — M
Oro El pfd. — 60 IKUauea SP. — — ,
Do com... — 12% Onomea — 17%
Pac Lt pfd. 71% 73%;Pasuhau .... — M%
Do com .. — 107 I Union 15 —
Insurance— j Oil—
Cal Ins Co. — — Amal Oil .. — —
Firs Fund.. — 231 I Asso Oil ... 38 —
Pac O Cas. — _ Pac Crude.... — 35c
Banks— Sterling Oil. — 160
Amer Nat.. — 132% Union Oil .. — 66%
Anglo Cal T. — 125 W Coast pfd. 80 100
Anglo A L..140 — t Miscellaneous—
Bnk of Cal. 194 — (Alaska P .V. — 78%
First Nat... — — Armsby pfd.. — —
Mer Nat....210 — Cal Fruit 00.H2%113%
Bar Uni0n...240 — Cal St RR. — —
Union Tr. .2550 — ial Wlue pf 8t —
Savings Banks— Do com... 54 —
German ...3275 SBOO Hunt B pfd. — 100%
Hmbdt Say. — 132%|N Al Cal... — —
Mutual Say. SO - IPac Am F A 3 —
Security ... — 380 pac Brx pfd 63 80
Powder— Do com... — —
E I duP pfd 84 — Pac TAX pfd 65 —
Do com... — — Do com... — 34
Giant Coo.. 85% — IPail T 4 T. — 22
! Unlisted Securities j
Bid. Ask.j Bid. Ask.
Alaska P 6* — 105 |P»rP Cem 6s 99% —
Am RivEl 5s — 96 SF GAE 4%s 88 —
Asse Oil ss. 73 80 HP ANP 55.100% —
Blue LW 6s. 102 — 8 J LAP 6s. — 106
Bay CPC 65.103 104 r „ r.-m6s — 90
Cal N W sa. 100% 101 31* aSJ ss. 105 106
Crocker Nf1.100% — BP Coast 4s — 93%
Gen Pet 6s. — 56% S Csl Eu 5s 91 —
Mt WhitP6s — 99%,8 Yubs WB* — 104%
Natom D 6* — 100 | Sperry F 6s — 100
Do Landos 98% 99% Stand Cem 6s 90 —
Do 2d 6s. — 50 [Sun TAT 55.104 104%
O, A A Bss — 72% Tur Irrlg 5s — 90
Oak A£sa — 74%1 Union Oil sa. 81% —
orpa Th 6s. 101% — ,W Sacto 6s. — 98
Pal Hotel 6a 99% — .West Pac 5s 75 75%
Phil Tel 6s. — 88 Yos Val Pss 89 —
Do 2d (is. 91% — !
Bid. Ask.. Bid. Ask.
Water— Mcßrld* .... — 4%
Peop W com 2% — Honolulu ... 22% —
Gaa and Electric— Do p001... 21 23
C C P pfd. 78% — Oahu 24% —
Noble Elec.. — 8 Oil—
Oro Dcv Co 40 — Gen Pet ... — 10
Pac OAE pf 81% — Hono 0i1... — 175
Do com... 35% — Cement—
West P pfd — 54 IPac Port Co. 83% 70
Nstomas Cn — 6%|Rlv C P Co. 59% —
!><> com... — 6 8 Cms Can* — 48
Insurance— stand P Cem 17% —
Vulcau Fire. — 14 Miscellaneous—
W 8 Life.. 8 — Buffalo Brew 60 75
Banks— Cal Cot Mill* — 76
Merch Nat.. — 100 Cyp Lawn Co 2% —
Wells Fargo — 175 jHaW Plneapl — 38%
tre eh Am. — 100 M«seot Cop.. — 2%
Italian Am. — 112%IMatsoo N«v.llO —
Bk of Italy . 131 — I Nat lee Co. — 136
Street Railroads— Natomas Coo 5 10
Cen Tel Tt. 8 10 Ocean Shore. 10% —
Nor Xl pfd. 44% — .Orpheum Th. 19 26
Do com... 20 — Pac HAS pfd — 90%
Oak. AAE. — 10% Do cow .23 —
P S R R... 20% — (Sperry F pfd — 80
If 1....- 48 1 Weed L Co. 63 —
Sugar— West Pac Ry 7 —
Ala Sugar.. — 11 | W hacto I 85
s» 1 1 — «>
I Local Mining Stocks I
SALES DECEMBER 11
1000 Com Fraction 08; 1400 Con Va Iff... 15
200 Ophir 22', 110 Belcher 42
100 Mexican 1.22!
Bid Ask, Bid Ask
Ton of Nev..6.00 —Ton Imperial.. 03 04
Montana 93 — Kentuck 02 —
Ton Extsn. ..1.50 — 1 Alpha 02 —
MacNamara.. 07 flSj Belcher 42
Belmont ... .7.50 7.75 Confidence ... — 38
Midway 34 85 ! Sierra Nev ..07 08
West End ..1.22 I.tSlCtab 03 —
Jim Butler.. 00 - Bullion 02 —
North Star.. 37 .39: Exchequer ... — 02
Rescue Enla. 08 lO'Sea. Belcher.. — IS
Old Con M..1.42% — [Overman — 83
Ten Merger.. 55 56! Justice 08 —
Mlxpab Ex... — 27| Union Con ... 14 15
Columbia Mt. 01 02|Alta — 10
Jumbo Ex .. 08 09 Julia Con ... 04 05
Com Fraction 06 07 Caledonia ...1.80 —
Booth 02 08' Silver Hill .. — 15
Blue Bell ... 02 03 Challenge ... — II
Old Merger.. 09 10: Occidental ... 70 —
Florence 20 231 Andes 04 05
GUI Kewanas 02 03| Scorpion 03 05
Red Hills — 021 Cracker Jack. — 02
Oro 07 08) Blue Bel! — 01
Pitts 8 Peak 36 38 Spearhead ... 01 02
Great Bend.. 02 OSfYellow Tiger. 01 02
Atlanta 09 10[Grandma .... — 02
Nev Hills .. 45 —(Conqueror ... — 02
Silver Pick.. 03 04 Sand Kendall. 06 07
COD 03 04! Boston Ton... 01 02
Round Mt .. 88 35) Ton 76 Con.. 02 —
Daisy — 02i Cash Boy 08 01
Dmdfld B■ Bt 01 02! Lone Star 01 02
Vernal 04 —i Umatilla 01 02
(ivpov Queeu. 05 — jGreat West.. — 02
Halifax 1.25 1.35: Man Con 03 04
Victor — 32 Dexter Ot 02
Mou Pitta Ex 05 06! Mustang — °2
Ophir 21 22 Mln Hill CW. — vi
Mexican 1.22 — Man Big Fo»r — 15
Gould A Cur. 03 04! White Caps.. — 08
Itest ft Belch 06 07! Gold Wedge.. 02 —
Con Va M... 15 10 Morn Glory.. . — 02
Savage 10 13, Dexter Un... — 02
Potosl .... 03 04'Cetit Eureka.. — 31
Cbollar 03 04'Eaglo's Nest. —
Hale A Norc 11 Gold Boulder. 02 Xi
Yel Jacket.. 4>2 -Amalgam 01 0*
Crown roint. :,o —i
Ex dividend—Tonopah Extension Sc.
HIDES AND SKINS
Price* quoted In Sen Francisco:
Hides (tier lb)— Dry cattle: Butchers, 27c;
murrains. 2Sc; dry salt biqs>s. 18c; stags, 18c [
hip. 3Te; «tti, 3ic; rait, sic.
Horse <each)— Large prime. $2.50*)5; me
dium, 12(82.50: small, $1.50912; colts. 23050 c.
Wet Salted (per lb>—Cattle: Steers, medium
and heavy, 16c; cowa. heavy. 15% c; stags,
lie; kip. 18 to 80 lb*. 16c; calf. U»%c.
Sheepskins (each)—Loug wool pelts, 90c®
$1.10; medium wool, 45090 c: short wool. 250
45c- lambs, long wool, 35060 c; do medium,
jO03Oc; shearlings. No. t, 2o03Oc; do No. 2,
Tallow (per lb)—No. 1 clean and hard, 0%
06c; No. 2, 408Mic; grease. 203 c.
FOAK. LARD AND OIL
The San Francisco quotations tbls morning
on pork. lard, cooking oil and family beef are:
Golden Gate lard, tierces, 14c: do 50. per case.
$7 13; do 10s, $8.25: do ss, $8.93; do 3s. $9;
arrow compound, tierces. loV»c: do ss, $5.38;
do 10s, $6.75; do ss, $6.88; do 3*. $6.90; yel
low arrow cooking oil, 66c; white arrow cook
iug oil, We; primrose salad oil, 75c; extra
family beef. $24; family beef, $24; extra mess
beef. $24; extra prime pork, $25; extra pig
pork, $30. Califette—Tubs. ll»,c: half bbls,
il»sc; 1 tierce, llfcc; 2 tierces, Xl%c; 3
tierces He; cases, $7. Cottolene—Half bbls,
ll%c;'l tierce, ll%c; 2 tierces, llftc; 6a,
HAMS AND BACON
(lan Francisco quotations thia morning on
hams and bacon are: Primrose ham*. 10-12,
2H»c; do 12-14, 21% c; do 14-16, 31Mrc; prim
rose bacon. 4-8. 30c; eastern star hams, 10-12,
21c; do 12-14, 21c; eastern skid bams, 22% c;
do 14-16, 2lc; eastern star bacon, 4-6, 29c;
do 6-8. 28c; do 8-10, 27c; do 10-12, 26c: mon
arch bams, 10-12, 20c; do 12 10. 21c; monarch
picnic ham*, 14% c; arrow bacon. 8-10 26 4c;
do 10-12, 25V*c; medium bacon, 20'-jc; Lt D
8„ 810. 23c; do 10-12. 22c; light medium.
Fresh flsh (cleaned and iced, f. o. b. prices,
per lb)—Halibut. 12V,c; carp, 3c; cattish.
12% c; codnah. 8c; red rock, lOc; barracuda. 9c;
•alia, "c. sand dabs. 7e; tomcod, 12% c; (melt,
12V»c; white bait, 12V»c; salmon, 12% c; striped
ba**, 15c; crab*. $2.2303 per dozen.
Wholesale price li"t on provision product*
given this morning the Roth-Blum company:
Hams tper lbl—Eastern M. A. L. brand. 21c;
California H. H. brand, 20c: picnics. t2He;
bacon, eastern M, A. L. brand. 810 average.
2.V: 8-10. 22. Pure Lard—Tierce basis, lie;
•aMHktflk Ml 111 a JP*c; compound, &L SL
trarnl, tierce basts, Stm «s*s• sjt, Ms,
Municipal Improvement Issue
Exempt From Federal
N. W. Halsey & Co. offer today
$750,000 city of Oakland 5 per rent
municipal improvement bonds. They
are in denomination of $1,000 and ail
exempt from the federal income tax.
They are dated August 1. 1913 and
mature serially from 1914 to 1943.
They are offered at an attractive
price, which will be given upon ap
■5 * •
EXPORTS FOR NOVEMBER
Exports from the port of San Fran
cisco during the month of November,
1913. totaled $9,483,617. This is
$2,574,934 less than for September, but
is well up to recent averages and in
dicates a healthy foreign trade. A
considerable growth is shown In trade
with countries bordering on the Pa
RAILROAD EARNINGS BY WIRE
For the flrst week of December
Missouri Pacific earnings decreased
$50,000 as compared with the corre
sponding week last year. From July
1 the decrease was $652,000.
Canadian Pacific for the first week
in December showed an increase of
} 238,000; from July 1 the increase was
* * *
MEXICAN OIL EXPORTS
Mexican oil Imports into the United
-states are breaking all records this
year, and if the present rate is con
tinued throughout the 12 months the
total will cross the 900,000,000 gal
lons mark. Important at Galveston
are exceeding all previous monthly
records, and in recent months large
consignments of Mexican oil have
been received at Philadelphia. The
wide market for Mexican oil is em
phasised by the recent report of Con
sul Davis, Batum, In which he says
that the high prices for liquid fuel in
the Caucasus has resulted in the pur
chase by the Transcaucasian State
railway of more than 300,000 barrels
of crude oil from a Mexican firm at
$1.72 a barrel. The price includes
* # «
Henry Clews In his financial letter
for the current week says that the
general financial situation appears to
be working into a position reflecting
returning confidence in the price level,
owing to the usual tendency to dis
count future happenings. The recent
protracted decline has probably not
only discounted the Ills that we have
been compelled to experience in the
last few months, but the Ills that are
still to come. It may now be pos
sible to discount improvement In the
future. There has been a marked re
cession in general industrial and mer
cantile activities. This is not un
likely to increase before it finally
culminates. But the market for se
curities may already be regarded as
being in a position, to some extent,
wr-.ere it is looking beyond the point
* * #
WISE TALK TO RANKERS
In the course of his rema.rxs during
a dinner given in his honor by San
Francisco bankers at the Commercial
club last night H. J. Dreher of Mil
waukee, president of the American
Institute of Banking, said:
"We don't want the banking busi
ness to go through the same period of
adverse legislation which has been ex
perienced by the railroads because
:hey could not see in time that the
people wanted different conditions.
The political map has been fixed for
all time and the only changes now will
iie economic ones. If the young men
in the profession will take advantage
of the Instruction offered by the in
stitute it will become the greatest
•ower for good that the bankers of
the country ever conceived."
» * ♦
NEW HAVEN'S DIVIDEND
Considerations which led the New
Haven directors to pass the dividend
yesterday may be summarized as fol
1. Belief that it la nnwtse to attempt to
sell property and securities until general con
dition!' are better.
2. Estimated balance for six months ended
December 31, after payment of 1% per cent
on Sep tern be.- 30. amount* to only $1,300,000.
all of which is required for working capital.
3. Falling off in volume of general business.
4. Increase in expenses of between $800,000
and $1,000,000. owing to arbitration awards in
3. Pending lawsuits and Investigations.
0. Requirement oT large sums of money for
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LOCAL BANK CLEARINGS
City bank clearings reported by tha
San Karncisco Clearing House associ
Monday. December 8 $9,493,634.33
Tuesday. December 9 8.838,083.08
Wednesday. December 10 8.918.023.28
Byrne & McDonnell
Members New York Stock Exchange.
Merchants' Exchange Bldg.
Tel Douglas 5234.
City of Los Angeles 4.85%
Chino School District ss, 4:85%
American River Electric ss,
California Electric Generating ss.
San Joaquin Lt & Power ss,
Series "B," 92.
A/msby Co. of X. Y. 7% Pfd.
New York Stock Exchange
New York Cotton Exchange
Chicago Board of Trade
The Stock & Bond Exchange
Mills Bldg. and Palace Hotel
CONSULTING and •
PUBLIC SERVICE PROPERTIES
FINANCED and MANAGED
SO fine Street New York
REMOVED TO PLVM'S OLD STAND.
$14 IVTraB ST. NEW THL lITTKB
SBSJ. AO at RAN Cit rLA 016,