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C A Berdins. Ferndale O Y Woodward & wf. M A Becknell, Chico "Woodward Island S- Schmidt, Portland J O Runyan & wf. O A Brooks. Seattle . Mrs C O Stevens. L A J O Rusby, Ft Jones Mrs A J Roberts, L A W Calder, Cal J Grunwald, L A S H .Barlow. Minn J E Taylor, Cal M Breen & fmy. Cal Miss E E Wright. Cal E L Shaw, Tucson Mrs A B Creswell. Cal C T Kingsley & wf Or Mrs C Hanson. Napa Myra T. Gordon. Or Mrs L L Holland. L A Gov W A Northcott & Mrs M E Skellman. Cal wf. Ill A J Kuster. Minn MaJ C W Howes & wf. M .H Farley & wf . Sac 111-. F J Turnbull. Chicago Sen N Dresser, 111 A J I3ham & wf. Cal D I Thornton, San Joss J-L G Dykes & wf. Ill J S Bever & wf, Iowa D Doig. Victoria N Citron. L A Mrs L Jamison, Reno J Levtora, S Maria. Mrs R Black. Reno F Simpson. L A Mrs W F Hlte.'Sac Mrs L M Vanderhurst. F H Turner, N T Salinas D E Kelleher, Cal E C Ivlns. S L Oblspo A G Denmirsle. Cal J Parsons, L A H GTurner. CaJ . . J O Hestwood, S Jose H J Blanchard, Sac Mrs J B Porter, Cal M Biggs Jr & wf F Cal Mrs W J Hamilton.Cal P J Pau & wf, C*» R Pico, LA- D W Ravenscroft. Cal F L Gordon, Or AS Lundstrom, L A T Roberts Liverpool H Haven. Portland H A Knox, NX C E Mitchell & wf. Cal T Elliott. Reno R B Harvey. Cal Mrs N T Biddle. Cal W C Purchase, Cal Dr Morris, Cal M A Nason. Cal Mrs W W Evans, Wash Mrs C W Kenny. MaJB Miss B G Evans. Wash Mrs A McRae. Cal G M . Perdue, - Victoria Urs C G Kline. Cal R H Walker, Victoria A H Kraft. Mexico Mrs H W Benson, Cal Miss E L Kraft. Ma J C Rains.. LA* Mlsa D c Kraft. Mo W F F0r«;-l« A:» - Mrs C A Holden. L A Mrs S E* Adams. 'Japan Miss V Holden. L A H Grimes. &,wf. Japan .. jJJgitACE HOTEL. W O GambrUL.TJ-S A D Beach k w. N T W H Gorham. Seattle F S Hanover. Hanover Mrs L Klemmer. Cal CSaj> L Hamberser. Chso' Baron von Bosch. Belv E A Stuart, Seattle Mrs H Cross. Slsson De Roy Austin & w, Rev & Mrs Amory, Omaha Lawrence Mrs J C Dra&*~& c. Mrs Thayer. Boston Los Anceles Miss A Sargent. Bostn Mrs W- M Longstreet. Mr & Mrs G Hough- Los Anseles • ton. San Rafael Mrs G MacGowan.L A A M Harney, Omaha G W Maynard. NY AT Goehr. N Y C B Barnes. I* Ang- J C Kennedy. N Y I> T Daniel & w. Cal F Peslick. Mich E A Chase. Cal Miss C M Dudley. Ky F F Chase. Cal A L King. Hanford H B Chase, Cal T E Benselhaus. Minn Mrs M E Bodman. LAWS Williams. Minn Mrs W S Bullls. L An Mrs M Fallae. Japan Mrs C B- Fowler.' I* An! P M Curtis & w. Cal Mrs R D Scriven. L A I> R Brower. Chicago R Evans. St Louis I Frank. Chicago J M Warren. Cheo W M Martin. Mobile J K Cassidy & w. N Y N Senn. Chicago Miss L M Ca3sidy.N Y Gen J B Frisble. Mex G F Hersh & w. N Y Von Versen. Germany Miss F Hersh. N Y E S Barney. Amador Miss B Baker. N Y J J Deppeler. N Y G W Herslu NY* E Brfumann. N Y H E Hersh. NY P J McCullough. N Y R F Miller. NY F H Wilkinson. N T Mlsa B F Halgh. N T R F Rooney. NT Mrs M A Dickey, N Y O W Ludlow & w.Chs W C Dickey. N Y Mrs A R Luther. Chga G F Slmonds. N Y Mrs E Ciirtls. Boston T N Jewett Jr & w. B Curtis. Boston - Albany \u25a0 f C J Titus & w. Cal NEW WESTERN HOTEL, G Henry, L Ang J Ehrenberg. Denver H Sparks, USA G Ranon & w, Oakland L R Whipple, S Joso J Parke & w, S Rosa P J Meyer, Wls . F Simmona. 3 Rosa J J Meyar. Wis 1 C Baker. Stockton p W Smith. Portland W C Lewis, Denver J Steepleton, Wash Rev J E Johnson & w, L R Smith. L Ang.. Cincinnati Miss Barton. L Ang W Williams. Chicago B Kauffman. Redding A H Gostlck. Cal E Stlllenwerf, Cal J Flynn, Portland HOTEL ARRIVALS. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1901. 13 ALAMEDA iPYERTISEMENTS. ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE/ ' : RARE CHANCE to secure fine building lots. • '60 choice lota will 'be^ placed on the market Monday, October 14; only two blocks from- the station and one block from the electric car line; these lots must be sold before the 1st of November; prices ranging from J100 to $300 per lot. ' --'.. - \u25a0 - Large line of fine houses for sale, $1000 to $10,000. \u25a0:- E. D. JUDD CO.. U24 Park st. BARGAINS; Improved &• unimproved property acquired by foreclosure; 'hi cash. Bank of Ala. A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call, 16 pages. In wrapper for mailing, jl per year. BERKELEY ADVERTISEMENTS BERKELEY REAL ESTATE. $150— ACRE lots; $10 cash, $10 per month. W. C. MORAN & CO. v , \u25a0 J100-LOTS; $10 cash, $10 per month. W. c. MORAN & CO. v $500— LOTS In the Wheeler' Tract; send for maps. W. C. MORAN & CO. ' 5600—5 ROOMS; lot 50x130; chicken-house, well, pump and tank; ! $50 cash, -balance $10 per month. W. C. MORAN & CO. '\u25a0; . \u25a0 \u25a0 • $800— $100 CASH, balance'$12 per m^nth; lot 40x 130; well and pump. W. C MORAN & CO. .. $2000— SEE the new 5 and 6 room cottages' I am building at Golden Gate, Lorin and Ashby stations; $100 down, balance $20 per month; every modern Improvement." W. C. MORAN & CO., Lorin, and Schmidt block, Berkeley. 3-ROOM house on • large lot,' near station; fruit trees, windmill and tank; only $900; easy terms. We are Just finishing a new up-to-date cottage of S rooms and bath on a good lot, nenr station; price $1500; $100 cash, balance same as rent. HOME REALTY CO.. Take Berkeley train, get off at Lorin Station. BEKKELEV COTTAGES TO LET. $28— NICE furnished cottage. 7 rooms, stable, etc. Northwest corner Grove and Blake sta., Berkeley. FRUITVALE ADVERTISEMENTS' FR U I T V ALE F 1 1 R N1S HBD HO USES, j ON Fruitvale ave., bet Hopkins st and Chi- cago ave., furnished house of six rooms and bath; large yard, with fruit, shrubs and flow- ers. Apply on premises. \u25a0 . , . OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. OFFICE— 1118 BkOADWAY. OAKLAND REAL ESTATE. JUST commenced;- pretty Colonial full two- story house of 6 rooms, with open plumbing, .on lot 40 feet front (note the size); more land can be had adjoining if desired; surrounded by pretty, new stylish houses; plans will be changed to suit purchaser; situated on Mer- ri mac or -Twenty-eighth st, between Tele- graph ave. and Grove st. This la the choicest locality In all Oakland for pretty moderate- priced homes; elevated about two feet above the street; all street work complete; must be seen to be. appreciated; monthly payments can be arranged. See owner on premises or apply for full particulars to .. • GEO. W. AUSTIN &.CO., 100S Broadway. Oakland. $2350— A VERT neat home In Peralta Heights; cottage of 6 rooms and bath and barn: lot 40x137 \VA; 2 years old;, elegant view of the lake. See photo at the 'office of GEO. W. AUSTIN & CO., 100S Broadway, Oakland. J250 CASH, $6 monthly; lot 43 40-100x403 feet; grand chicken run; 3- room cottage; chtcken- hcuse, sheds and all fenced; fine well of Al - water; large row of shade trees; near electric car line and 90-foot boulevard and 3-stery public grammar-school; soil, climate and view. the very best; no fogs nor cold winds here; price, all told, $675; call or send for circular. 455 7th st, opposite Broadway sta- tion, Oakland; carriage free. H. Z. JONES, owner. . V* A CHANCE for speculators or contractors: 9.35 acres for sale near Telegraph ave.; nicely located for subdividing Into lots; only short distance to sewnr; see map; Ret particulars. R. J. MONTGOMERY. 11 Montgomery st, S. F., or A. J. SNYDER & CO., 467 Ninth St.. \u25a0' Oakland. . '' \u25a0 OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR SALE. AN Introduction to you from H. Schellhaas, the furniture dealer. 11th and Franklin, Oakland. ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING. EDDY, 743— Large - alcove; also connecting room; gas stove; running water; phone. FIFTH, 333— Furnished housekeeping: two, $12; three, $14; three, $16; also single. $4, $5 and up. \u25a0 FULTON, 1206. near Scott — Three unfurnished connecting rooms; bath; laundry; references. FOLSOM, 620— Large furnished , rooms; large grounds for families with children; 1st floor. GOLDEN GATE ave., 847— Desirable furnished suite housekeeping; reference required^ GOUGH, 115— Sunny modern bay-window par- lor; phone, gas, bath; $14 to $20. GOUGH, 437— Light furnished rooms, sunny; ga?, bath, tingle or suites; light housekeeping. GROVE, 1303— Two large, sunny front rooms, nicely furnished for light housekeeping. HOWARD. 1063— 2 sunny connecting completely lurn. rooms; run. water; range: elec. lights. HYDE, 408— Sunny front parlor suite and front sunny alcovf, 3 rooms, $25; large room, $12. PAGE. 113S— 2 unfurnished housekeeping rooms; bath; closets; pantry; yard. !_____ POLK 1002—3 and 5 room suites, completely furnished for housekeeping: cheap: reference. TAYLOR, 106 — 3 nice housekeeping rooms and yard. - - : ' TAYLOR, lOS-Changed hands: housekeeping and other rooms. $2 week up. i-' TO let— 3 large furnished rooms; also single 1 rooms and housekeeping rooms. 257 Steven- son st, bet. Third and Fourth. . WESTERN Addition— Upper floor of 3 sunny rooms for light housekeeping; large closets: marine view: telephone -.adults. Address box 1129, -Call otnee. ' . -' . CLASSIFIED" advertisements and subscriptions received at Call branch offlce. 2200 Flllmore.' A BRANCH offlce for Call' advertisements and Itrbscrlptions has been established at 1096 Valencia St., - - .... ... ROOMS TO -LET— Fnrn. and Unfurn. ARGYLE. 234 McAllister— New, elegant, sunny; grill atached; country visitors find no place ltke the Argyle; take McAllister-st. cars. • A— BRUNSWICK HOUSE, 14S Sixth— Rooms. 25c to -$1- per -night; $125 to $3 per week and light housekeeping rooms; open all night. . AT Shasta House, 246 Third-200 rooms; newly renovated; 25c to 75c, $1 to ?3 week. A NICE sunny suite: also single rooms; neat, clean and cheap; bath: tel. 332 Stockton st. BURNETT, 1426 Market (old No. 1364)— Fur- nished rms., suites, single; also unfurnished. CLAY 1443— One or more rooms; well furnished, ' modern flat: desirable locality; private family. 1 CLAUGHTON. THE, 1111 Sutter st— Bright, clean rooms for quiet gentlemen, $1 75 per week; handqome front suite, moderate. CITY HALL "ave., 83 — Clean, quiet rooms; also parlor suite for offices; reasonable. . '. CLIFFORD. 204 Ellis, corner Mason— Elegantly furnished sunny rooms; prices reasonable. ELLIS. 922— Nicely furnished \u25a0 room with pri- vate bath attached; rent $25. - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 EUGENE, 263 O'Farrell— New House, fireproof; new furniture; electric elevator; 25 private '- suites with bath; baths free; first-class. FOR RENT in good neighborhood, 15 minutes from Emporium, nicely furnished .^room, bath opposite; small family and no children; g can have breakfast and dinner at night If de- slred: references exchanged. Box 1127 Call. GEARY. 405, The Navarre^-Elegantly furnished suites and single; .travelers accommodated.- HARRISON, 784»/4, nr. 4th— Finely furnished \u25a0 sunny rooms, 'bath; all conveniences ;^_home- llke; $1 week up. . : \u25a0 -' ~ ' \u25a0 \u25a0 '.' HOTEIv ST.- DENIS (European plan), 24 Turk st. near Market— Central location; new build- ing; elegantly furnished; strictly first-class; 50c per day and upward; special rates by the : week or month; be^t in the city; references; • take.Market-st. cable cars to Turk st. HOWARD. 1018— 1 large sunny front room .with gas, use of kitchen if wanted; also a small backroom; cheap.--' .. .'\u25a0-' • '. HYDE 133— Sunny, airy rooms; quiet house; en suite If desired; $3 to $12. . .,- .- HYDE, .810— One. single and suite ot furnished rooms. . \u25a0 -'_ . . ' .': ; ' v • JONES,- 923— Elegant sunny rooms;, also beau- tiful corner, suite; single rooms..-. LARKIN, 804— Sunny front room nicely fur- nished ;• gas and; grate; suitablefor gentle-" .. man, $3 : and • $7. ~ ; - \u25a0 • .:' ' ~ > \u25a0\u25a0:'\u25a0 MARTINET/ 1101 ' Geary, - one • door . above -Van . Ness — Suites new fur. ; single rooms, .$10 up. ROOMS TO- LET— Fnrn. and Unfurn. MINNA*, 667, corner Eighth— Newly furnished bay-window room ; > $1 per < week ; transient. NICELY furnished room with: private bath attached; rent $25.' Apply. 922 EUls.st \u25a0.-\u25a0-. NEW ARLINGTON., 1015 Market 8t. ' O'FARRELL. 20— Sunny furnished rooms and offices; elevator; elec. lights; day, week, mo O'FARRELL, 534— Neatly furnished sunny suite and single. room; gentlemen only. -." • ••. RAUSCH. 19, 'near Howard— $10 a month, four sunny rooms, unfurnished. -. ROYAL House.' 126 Ellis— Incandescent light; reading-room, smoking-room and ladles' par- lor; rooms, per night, 35c to $1 50; week, $2 to $8: month, $8 to $20; elevator on ground floor, rooms with *•-' and cold water; baths. . - SHERMAN Apartment House, 28 Eighth st., near Market— Furnished or unfurnished. STANYAN. 1202— To let. 2 unfurnished sunny front rooms and kitchen. Box 1125 Call. TURK, 543— Light sunny room; grate, gas, bath; $2 25 per week; private, ' .,,-0'.u. TURK, 1218— Two furnished bedrooms, $10 and V 50; either room suitable for two. \u25a0 \u25a0. >> . . . }*L J19PJPA A?R °? AP. 1 ?: . . 1 .' HOTEL Lambourne— Strictly .htgh class;, moat elegantly furnished; reasonable In price; suites and single rooms; board optional. 420 Ecidy et, near Leavenworth. i THE CECILERNE, 930 Van Ness ave. JOXES, 921. between Bush and Pine— Newly furnished suite or single room with first- class board, lo couple or gentlemen; refer* cea. ROOM and board for- two young men In pri- vate family: modern house; nice location; convenient cars; reasonable. Box 1136. Call. NICE, sunny corner, alcove room; hot and. cold water; good board. 936 Valencia st. .. ' '. HOTEL Las' Palmas. 1820 Market— Suite 2 or 3 rooms, bath; board optional; single rooms. ; HOTEL Repeller. 781 Sutter— Newly furnished; excellent table; special rates to tourists. (VFARRELL. COS (Johnson House)— Exception- ally fur. suites; beautiful grnds; table board.' CALIFORNIA. 807 (Stevenson "manslon).-Se)ect family hotel: exceptional table: attractive rms.- ROOMS AXD BOARD WASTED. " WANTED— Room aniKbreakfast; location pre- ferred near Pierce st. and' Pacific ave.; an- swer, stating- terms. Box 1184, Call office. / WANTED— Three sunny unfurnished rooms housekeeping; north of Market st. Box B, 2200 Flllmore st. - ' s -.-•'. ROOMS W ANTED. \u25a0 • ... , TWO or 3 furnished rooms; light housekeeping; lady and daughter; north of Sutter st Box C52. Call. ' . \u25a0 ' •••: LADY student wants attic room bet. Gongh, Van N/ss. O'Farrell, Sutter. Box 1187. Call-J WANTED— 3 unfurnished rooms suitable for housekeeping. Box 1174, Call office. RUPTURE SANITARIUM. \u25a0 HUNTER'S RUPTURE SANITARIUM. 1203 Market; treatment free; $100 paid for any truss as good as our new double lever rupture holder. SPECIAL NOTICES. BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made; city or country. PACIFIC COLLECTION CO.. 415 Montgomery st., rooms 9-10; tel. 5530. DISEASES and ailments of men treated; con- sultation free. American Dispensary, 514 Pine. TYPEWRITERS AXD SUPPLIES. GREAT BARGAINS IN TYPE WRITERS^We sell better machines for less money than any house In the city; rentals, $3. The Typewriter Exchange, 536 California; telephone Main 266. WEBSTER Typewriter Inspection Co.— Expert typewriter doctors: estimate free. 209 Sansome. SEW1XG MACHINES AXD SUPPLIES. ALL kinds bought, sold and repairing guaran- teed. Chas. Plambeck. 1915 Mission,' nr. 15th. ALL kinds bought,' sold, rented, exchanged; re- pairing; lowest rates. Tel. Black 1124, 205 4th. ALL kinds bought, sold, rented, exchanged; re- pairing; lowest rates; phone Mint 45.^145 6th. STORAGE AND WAREHOUSES. PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage and' Moving Co., office Post and -Powell sts. ; tel. Main -6713.' - GOLDEN WEST Storage Warehouse. 840 Mls- slon st: tel. Howard 941. F. W. ZEHFUSS. PACIFIC Storage and Furniture Moving Com- pany, 2320 Fillmore st; phone Jackson 281. • BEKINS Van and Storage Co., 722 Mission st; tel. Main 1S10; shipping at cut rates. . DIVIUUM) NOTICES. , ,.. DIVIDEND Notice— Dividend No. 96 (twelve | and one half cents per share) of the Hutchln- | son Sugar Plantation Co.. will be payable at the ollice of the company, S27 Market St., on and after Monday, October 21, 1901. Transfer books close Monday, October 14, 1901, at. 3 o'clock p. m. H. W. THOMAS, Secretary.;. OFFICE of the Contra Costa Water Company, room 16, second floor. Mills bldg., San Fran- cisco, October 8, 1901— Dividend No. 133 of 42 cents per share on the capital stock of the Contra Costa Water Company will be pay- able at the office of said company, room 16. '• second floor. Mills btdg., on October 15. 1S01. Transfer books will close on .October 10. 1901, at 3 p'. m. EDWARD McQARY. Secretary. PROPOSALS, ___.-!_ PROPOSALS for Box Lockers, Depot Quarter- master's Offlce, 36 New Montgomery st, San Francisco, Cal., October 15, 1901.— Sealed pro- posals. In triplicate, will be received at this office until 11 o'clock a. rn., Friday. October 25, 1001, Pacific Standard Time, and then \u25a0 opened, for furnishing Box LocXers. Quantity to be subject to an increase of 20 per cent, if desired by this department. Unguaranteed bids, and bids upon samples differing from ' specifications, will under no circumstances be considered; proposals for less quantity than advertised for will be entertained. Early de- liveries are essential. The rate and time of delivery must be stated by bidders- in their proposals. Preference will be given to articles of domestic production and manufacture, con- ditions of price and quality being equal (in- cluding in the price of foreign production and manufacture the duty thereon), and such preference will be given to articles of Amer- ican production and manufacture produced on the Pacific Coast, to the extent of the con- sumption required by the public service there. The United States reserves the right to ac- cept or reject, any or all proposals or any part thereof. Information and blanks for pro- posals will be furnished on application. : En- velopes containing proposals will be endorsed "Proposals No. 9093," and addressed to MA- JOR C. P. MILLER. Quartermaster. U. S. Army, Depot Quartermaster. MARRIAGE LICENSES. The following marriage licenses were issued yesterday: " I John Broadfoot, 4S, Lorin, Cal., and Mar- garet Dwyer, 26, Lorin, Cal. -Kdward W. Putnam. 38, 1020 Washington street and Eleanor Brlggs, 38. 160O Taylor st." Edward Booth, 67, Cosumne, Cal., and Jane Creba, 51, 1320 Folsom street. = Albert Inglesbe, 25, 1362 Page street, and Margaret C. Amos, 20, 160$. Vallejo street. • Joseph A. Dove. So. 1 3909 Twentieth .street, and Emma L. Ahlgren. 19, 1277 Page street. Sarafino Campagna, 23, 432 Green street, and Anclla Quardino, 18, 432 Green street. S George Bray, 44, Santa Clara, Cal., and Katherlne E. Nace. 40, Santa Clara, Cal. Catanio Santo, 25, 422 Broadway, and Rosina Ruzzo, 18, 422 Broadway. . . . Andrew S.' Jackson, 37, 214 Steuart street, and Maseie Johnson, 34, 214 Steuart street. Bocchle J. Demartini, 22, M9 Green street, and Mary C. Semenza, 18, 411 Union street William S. Turpen, 23, North Bend, Or., and E. Maude Pollexfen, 21, 414 Castro street. John R. Cronin. 27, Benicia, Cal., and E. Josephine Farley, 18, city. Velpeau E. Trevey, 27, city, and Clara -W. Hughes. 23, Oakley. Cal. ' Otto W. Jansson, 30, city, and Mary Plozzi. 23. city. • ." Robert F. Thompson. 21. 800 Ellis street, and Annie T. Stone, 18, 9C4 Van Ness avenue^. Charles Pevret. 24. 1207% > Golden Gate ave- nue, and -Anna Sou let,, 21, 1977 Pine street. • William L. '.Rossas, 28, , 721 Broadway, •: and Eulalia Llmones, . 22. ' 727 : Broadway. • Carl W. Jentzsch, 31, 4329 Twenty-third street, and Helene H. Gahre. 30, 4329 Twenty- third street/ ' . , <• • . Wenzel Rldl, • , 30, .- 1163 Mission street, and Julia E. Turner. 25, 1814 « Steiner street. Leo L. Pockwitz. 25, 416 • Van Ness avenue," and Katherlne H. Pohelm, 22, 36C0 Washington. Will P. Bush, 27, . Walnut Creek, and Carrie L. Butterfielda 21. New Westminster. B. C. t \(}ES--DEATHSr : . Birth, marrtege and death notices sent by mall will not be inserted. They must be handed in at either of the publication offices and be indorsed with the name .and residence of per- sons authorized to have the same published. \SiW.. BORN. DRUCKER— In this city,' Octobers 13, '. 1901. to - the wife of- Nathan Drucker, a son. • . . GERNREICH— In Oakland, to the wife of W. Paul Gernreich, ; a daughter. SMITH— In San Jose, October v 10, 1901, to, the wife of- C.C. Smith Jr.,-. a daughter. .:;. VA1LES— In -this : city, October \u25a0 5," 1901, to the \u25a0'; wife of James a ; daughter. MBSICAl. IXSTRn^yTS— Coii.^^ ANY piano sold by us "taken back r any time within 3 years and full purchase price al- i lowed on a new peerless Knabe ' at regular price; costs you only 20c a- day to buy a piano from us. KOHLER & CHASE, 30 O'Ferrell st. : established 1850. ALL highest grades sold by Heine Piano Co., \u25a0 sole agents for famous and oldest American makes, -including Hallet-Davis; great bar- Bain list, $50 up; Steinway, $1S5 up; Fischer, $100; Chickering. $165; 20 others; rents $2 up; great Inducements to agents. 217 Geary ,st . A SMALL Weber upright $125; elegant walnut case, Knabe upright, almost new; also Steck, oak case; Hardman square, $43; organs, $25 up. BOWERS & SON. 23 Fifth St., IVERS & POND and A. B. CAMERON, Agents. A FIRM'S failure to realize on account of strike has placed two carloads of high-grade pianos In' storage to be sold at Eastern fac- tory prices; second-hand pianos for a song. WILSON'S STORAGE, 1706 Market st, PIANOS^-The most modern and up-to-date; Steck, Everett, Conover, Packard, Ludwig, Hardman and many others; wholesale and re- tall. The Wiley B. Allen Co., 933 Market Bt, S. F.; (Branch Store. 951 Broadway, Oakland). ACCOUNT departure, ; elegant grand upright piano for one-third value; fine carved case; standard make. 3009 Sixteenth st. CARLOAD $400 pianos sacrificed for $250 each; great bargains. BRUENN-, 20S Post st. A PIANO, pianola .and music on sale; cost $950; now $383; party going away. 217 Geary st, $25— HERTZ piano; good for practice; Schaffer upright, nearly new, $39. 217 Geary st. SUPERIOR violins,' zlthere, old and new. H. MULLER. maker, repalror, 2 Latham place. SOHMEK.' Byron Mauzy, Lester Hamilton, Spielrrmnn planon. 3C8 Post Bt. $550 PIANO, nearly new, for $223; pianos' with harp attachment. HAMILTON," S Flood bids. GOOD second-hand norlght for sale cheap. SCHMITZ. 16 McAllister et. ; LEFT on sale— Antlsell large upright, $126: Stelnway, $163. 217 Geary st, room 36. ELEGANT piano as good as new; standard make; a sacrifice. Hornung's. 216 McAllister. AT KEEFFE'S. 22 Turk St., near Market— Shonlnger, Schubert and Stelnway bargains. ELEGANT new upright pianos for rent, $3 per mo. SCOTT-CURTAZ. Piano Co.. 560 Hayes. OFFICES AXD STOIIES TO LET. SPACE 8x20, suitable for cigar store or barber shop. Apply 953 Howard st, near Sixth. FINE corner; fixtures complete grocery, bar. S999 Seventeenth st. corner Market. OIL. WANTED — To buy twenty to forty acres, with producing well. In Kern County. J. E. KERR. room 7. first flodr Mills bldg. OIL tanks, second-hand. In good order; .all sizes; cheap. H. S. WHITE, 516 Mission st . -?A^ 3I1 .^^PiV:. -,,,.-^ H. JEROME FOSELLI, scientific palmist, 515 Taylor st, bet. Geary and Post; tel. Black 561. 1'AI.VlliKS AMI UKCUKATUKS. i77^to3irA7Nir64TG?^a^^ best quality work; lowest prices; get figures. FE^KSOXALS. INDIAN baskets, Indian relics, \u25a0 curios and an- tiques bought. NAT RAPHAEL. 118 Geary Et, largest curio store in America; visitor.? welcome; Indian baskets from $1 upwards. • AN elegant line of remnants for suits to or- der, $15; with these suits we make an extra pair pants free of charge; other suits on In- stallments, $1 weekly. L. LEMOS. 1117 Mar- ket st, between Seventh and Eighth. ONE BOTTLE of Pinus will cure any case of rheumatism, sciatica, neuralgia or gout; price $2 50 per bottl«. For circulars, . Pinus Med. Co.. 734 Valencia st, S. F. ; tel. Church 1571. ELECTRIC light in every room— Winchester I Hotel, 44 Third st, near Market; 700 rooms; 25c to $150 per night; $150 to $5 per week; free 'bu3 and baggage to and from the ferry. WHY Guess? You can be certain of style and fit by using Standard Patterns; Nov. patterns and The Designer now ready. J. W. EVANS, Domestic office. 1021 Market st. near Sixth. HAIR, birth marks, moles, removed forever without pain or scar with electricity by MISS GRUBER. the cosmetic artist. 35'jS Eighteenth st, corner Guerrero. * t . : WANTED— Address of Herbert Atkinson of Nova Scotia, who worked on Sutter-st. Rail- road. Address R. C. JENSEN, San Jose, Cal. McCABE's Detective Agency handles all legit- imate detective business. Emma SpreckeJa blag.. . rooms 323-324. S. F.; tel. .South 381.;.. AT cash prices; ladles' \u2666 > »«!or-made suits, coats, silk waists, trimmed hats, skirts, etc. : weekly payments. C. F. ADAMS CO.. 156 Fifth Bt. WHITE enamel Iron beds, single, three-quarter or double, $2 25, EASTERN OUTFITTING CO., 1310-1312 Stockton st. near Broadway. ADELINA PATTI'S Beauty Cream. Secret bt continual youth; 50c, postpaid; free demon- stration; ccme and see us. Bon-Ton, 324 Po3t HAIR dressing. 25c; shampooing, 50c; switches, $1; wigs. $15; hair dyeing a specialty. G. LEDERER, 123 Stockton St. PRIVATE detective work; reasonable rates; 10 years' experience. J. B. RAY, 457 Minna st, JOHN ROSE, grocery, 1740 Eddy st— Special sale best sugar every Thursday, 22 lbs., Jl. RHEUMATISM cured under guarantee. Call or write Doctor, 504 Parrott bldg., San Francisco. MASSAGE, hydro-electro therapeutics or hyp- nctism exchanged for vocal lessons. 930, Call. A — If your hair Is falling or you are bald, call on Dr.G.S.Moore, 332 O'Farrell; send for circular. LACE curtains cleaned for 35c per pair and up. 1277 Mission street; phone Folsom 232S. STOP that "cough"— California Lung Balsam will do it: all druggists; phone Pine 2386.' MASQUERADE costumes, play books, wigs; country orders. GOLDSTEIN&CO..733 Market. 600 MEN wanted to order suits for $1 per week. NEUHAUS & CO.. tailors. 115 Kearny st. TAILOR-MADE suits. $7 50; dress pants, $2 50. Misfit Clothing Parlor, cor. Bush and Dupont. ASPHALTUM paint— Fix your own roofs; 60c per gallon. Ill Van Ness ave. SUPERFLUOUS hair and moles destroyed with electric needle. MISS EATON, 1119 Sutter St.. OBESITY curedmo dieting; no weakening. THE A'VIDA CO.. 736 Valencia st, bet. 18th & l«h. DR.'LAMOTTE'S French C6rn Paint, the best corn cure; 25c: all druggists. ALFREDUMS Egyptian Henna; restores gray hair to Its natural color; $1; at all druggUts. OLD gold, silver, diamonds and precious stones bo.ught. J. R. JENKEL. 817 Market Bt. PLAXIXG AMD TURXirtG MILLS. WOOD and Ivory Turning. Planing, Shaping and Sawing. \u25a0 CARL F.%HAAS. 95 Fremont St. PHYSICIANS AXD SURGEOXsT • DR. C. C. O'DONNELL— Offlce and residency 1021% Market et., between Sixth and Seventh. DR. WONG HIM. herb' doctor, . successfully treats all diseases of the human body; see testimonials at offlce, 115-117 Mason, nr. Ellis. A— DR. WONG WO, herb doctor; sanitarium, 764-766 Clay st; see testimonials at offlce. HEAL ESTATE — CITY — KOIt SALS. WANTED— To purchase a property on Valencia, Mission or Howard sts. AV. J. GUNN, 620 California st. LOTS— Wanted to purchase north of the Park If they are cheap for immediate buyers. W. J. GUNN. DM California st. $4500 — A LOVELY chance for a home and business; lot 25x100; building. 2 stories, 25x70; saloon and barber shop; all fixtures go; 6 llv- ' ing rooms. F, J. DECK. 927 Market st room 208. - . £50,000 TO Invest in Income-bearing property must be a bareain. ' THE PHELPS LEWIS CO., \u25a0 . 702 Market st. NEW house 7 rooms, facing Duboce Park; easy terms; west frontage; sun all day; large yard; basement; near corner Waller and Stelner. GEO. H. MOORE. 63 Portola st $2750— HOUSE In Western Addition; 6 rooms and bath; rented for $17 per month; good In- vestment. THE MCCARTHY CO., 646 MarKfct. $3000— NEARLY new cottage of 4 grooms; laun- dry tubs; 1 of 2 rooms; stable;. lot 50x150: Call after 2 p. m., 462 Douglass st., near 21st. REA L J3 STATE COUNTRY — For Sale FOR SALE~ NEAR SAN~ FRANCISCO-^— , Small tracts, $60 to $90 per acre, onRaneho Cotatl. Sonoma Co.; future value assured, as San Francisco Is growing rapidly; location best for poultry and general farming. Apuly to The Cotati Co:, 302 California St.; for pam- phlets and Information. FOR bargains '.a timber land, fruit ranches, suburban lots, farms, all through the .State- also large list of desirable city sites. See The Phelps Lewis Co.. 702 Market st. A — IF you want to buy. sell or exchange city or country property call on MARION GRIF- FIN, 71* Mrket st.. S. F., office near Call big. 1200 ACRES In the foothills; fences; 4 barns: substantial residence; 30 acres in fruit. GEO W. GIBBS & CO.. 35 and 37. Fremont St. " $2500— IMPROVED foothill farm. 204 acres ; ' El Dorado County, near R. R. Box 222. Call. POULTRY and dairy ranches for sale; write for free list C. h. WINFIeld. Petaluma.- Cai. MEDICAL- — Con tinge J. . A CONFINEMENT home for the poor; free of charge. Addrees ABC, box 2333. Call offlce. MRS. DR. GOODWIN, the eminent ladies' spe- cialist has returned from Europe: most mod- ern methods; 25 years' experience in S. F. ; guarantees to cure all female trouble; mater- nlty hospital; fee low. 906 Market Bt., opp. 4th. DR. NG TOY KEE, 210 Stockton St., opp. Union stjuare; all diseases cured by herbs. MISCELLANEOUS — FOR SALE. BOILERS, engines, 2d-hand machinery. Me- INTOSH & WOLPMAN. 195-197 Fremont Bt. BARS, back bars, mirrors, restaurant and po- ker tables, barroom chairs, linoleum, new and Ehcond hand; we always have a large stock of ealoon outfits on hand; 32 complete outfits on one floor, ready made: we can ihip everything In !4 hours. J. XOOKAN, 1017. 1019. 1021. 1023 Miss-ten st, above Sixth; write for catalogue. WESTINGHOUSE motors— We have for sale the following Westinghouse Type C alternat- ing current Induction motors: 1 20-h. p.. 2 10-h p.. 1 "H-h. P., 1 1-h. p. For terms and particulars apply to BUCKINGHAM &. HECHT. Twenty-sixth and Valencia sts., San Francisco. Cal. LOT machine shop tools, lathes, planers, shap- «"rs, etc.: also wood-working tools, such as band saws, wood planers, ehapers. stickers, niortis.crs. saws, etc. J. B. JAKDINE, 220 Fremont tt • Graphophones, Phonographs. Gramophones. $5 to 1150; easy terms; children's toy graphophones. Jl 60; Id-hand Phonographs, Gramophones very cheap. Columbia Phonograph Co.. 125 Geary. A— BUYS, sells or rents gear, machinery, en- gines, boilers, water pipes, shafting, pulleys, etc. WHITELAW. 253-255 Spear tt. SECOND-HAND gear case 1901 Cleveland, Stearns. Rambler Snell. chalnless. Spauldlng and cheaper wheels; closing out. 607 Mission. WATCHES, Jewelry rep', and made; cash pd. for gold, silver and precious Ptones.' 14 McAl- lifter *t. room 16. WM. MUND. 2D-HAND machinery, boilers, pipe, engines and dynamos bought, sold and exchanged.. H. S. WHITE. 516 Mission st. HAND tenoning machine and hand shaper suitable for carpenter shop: also No. 2 Hooker steam pump. S43 Howard st F3KST-CLASS second-hand modern engines and boilers bought and sold. KROGH MFG. CO., 9-17 Stevenson st. near First. 1901 RAMBLERS. Eagles, light Stearns, Snell and others; second-hand bicycles; cheap; send for list. LEAVITT & BILL. 809 Larkln st. FINE suits. J10: dress pants. $2 75. MISFIT CLOTHING PARLORS. 437 Montgomery st A— }3 50 DERBY and Fedora hats, Jl 75. Popu- lar Price Hatters, 330 Kearny st. near Pine. $15— DOMESTIC sewing machine: 5 dr.; good order. 1915 Mission st, near Fifteenth. FOR Sale— New $30 overcoat for $15. Room. 425, Winchester Hotel, before 10 o'clock. PHOTO bargain list No. 17 now ready for mailing. 109 Montgomery' st FOR Sale— Second-hand ladles' wheel. Call at 6-7 p. m.. 645 Folsom st. CANARY birds at Lohman's, guaranteed; come, see and buy. 3168 Sixteenth st. CASH register (Hallwood); brand new; $55; re- duction. H. F. ALLEN, 202 California st. BIG prices paid for sealskins, full dress & Tux- edo suits. Portland Loan Offlce. 23 Stockton. LARGE x'ault front; also large fireproof safe cheap. PERIAM & CO., 42 Main st. BOATS, launches, rowboats carried In stock. BAKER & HAMILTON. JEWELRY for sale and made to order. T. FERSHTAND. 126 Kearny Et. room 29. MAGIC lanterns, new and 2d-hand moving pic- tures. BULLARD & BRECK, 131 Post st GASOLINE engines, all sizes, new and 2d-hand, and launches. J. E. DOAK. Ell Mission st. SAFES— New and second- hand. THE HER- MAN SAFE CO.. 417-423 Sacramento Et BAR outfits, showcases; all lengths and sizes. JACOB SCHWERDT, 821 Mission st ENGINES and boilers: second-hand machinery. J. BURKE. 139 Beale st. FAIRBANKS' 10-ton hay scale; Jeweler'* steel- lined safe, perfect order. 216 California st. MISCELLAXEOUS WANTS. WANTED- A~11CO or~2000 volt single phase al- tematlng dynamo. Address C. W. LANG- STOFF. Forest Hill. Cal. WANTED— A 30- foot sloop for four months; state, price. Box 1169, Call office. WANTED— Second-hand upright piano for cash. H. L. WHITEHEAD. 1706 Market st. TILTON wants good second-hand clothing and theatrical goods. 154 9th st. ; tel. Folsom 2522. WILL pay cash for your old sealskins. Ad- dress at once, box 97. Call office. moxey to loax. aa- Sa^hat^a1^Xo7ln~compaxyT $300,000 at 6 per cent "In sums to suit City and Oakland, town and country property; second mortgages, life insurance & securities. Loans on unsettled estates, undivided interests in real estate and legacies. . We will purchase any of above securities. Tel. Red 5024. MAN- ' H ATT AX LOAX CO., 7th,>floor. Crocker bldg. ANY AMOUNT AT 6 PER CENT. " First, \u25a0 second and third mortgages Undivided Interest in real estate in probate.. Mortgages and legacies bought; no delay.... Get my. terms before doing business elsewhere. R. McCOLGAN 24 Montgomery St.. room 3 ANY proposition, any amount; 6 per cent; first 6econd and third mortgages, estates in pro- bate. Interest In estates, legacies, undivided Interests, securities, manufacturing and mer- cantile interests, corporation loans. Room 16, 1st floor. Chronicle big. GEORGE E. OLSEN. HERMAN MURPHY 603 Examiner buildlng- $5,000,000 at €% or less In large sums; loans on second mortgages, estates, etc.; financial problems of all sorts and sizes. If- your prop- erty is mortgaged and you need more money gee HERMAN MURPHY. 603 Examiner bldg. ANY proposition; any amount; 6 per cent, on \u25a0 mortgages, estates, undivided Interests; chat- tel , mortgages, etc. D. J. HALLORAN. Adams building, 206 Kearny st., room 314. RELIABLE corporation, established 1863, proper place to borrow money on diamonds. Jewelry, pianos and sealskins at lowest rate of interest. 9 Grant ave.. near Market St.; tel. Black 5471. HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain liberal advances on diamonds. Jewelry at low- est rates. Baldwin Jewelry Store. 846 Market St.; tel. Main 1644. Branch 19 Third st. MUNICIPAL Loan Offlce, 103 Grant ave., near Geary s^; phone Red 1603. • ON real estate, let or 2nd mortgages and on fur- niture or pianos without removal: any amount; lowest rates. Becker & Co., 26 Montgomery. CASH loaned to Salaried people on note with- out indorser or o.t mortgages at 6 per cent per annum. MORRELL, 6u9 Examiner building. LOWEST rates on furniture, etc., by private party; no removal; no commission; conflden- tlal. Room 3. Conservatory bldg.. 301 Jones, ON furniture, pianos; no removal; money quick; lowest interest; easy terms; no broker- age; reliable party. 1170 Market Kt, room 68. LOANS en. pianos, furniture without removal, libraries, goods in warehouse, etc.; any amt.; lowest rates; priv. Ormsby, 26 Montg., office 7. OX SALARIES without indorser: other propo- sltlons. S. F. Discount Agency, 143 Phelan b. MONEY loaned salaried people without secur- lty. Hill, r. 44. Merchants' Ex.. 431 California, 8% on furniture and pianos; $15 up; no removal; no commission; private. Room 81, G EdJy st. Lowest rates, furniture, pianos; no removal; no commis. ; confidential. Whltehead. 1706 Market. ON furniture, pianos; lowest rate; no removal; strictly private. LICK, 116 McAllister st. ONE per cent on furniture; $5 a month on each $1000; any security. 302 Montgomery st, r. 1. IF you want a home I will loan you money to buy It. A. E. RUDELL. 222 Sansome st. THE TOUSLE Y Company; loans and dis- counts. 321 Parrott building. LOANS money on salary; no Indorser; Eastern plan. Western Loan Co.. 309 Phelan bldg. MUSICAL IXSTRUMEXTS. EVERYBODY is Invited to call and listen~to the wonderful Simplex piano players as ex- hibited In our warerooms every day. They are- the best and cheapest of all piano players and the easiest to manipulate. THE ZENO MAUVAIS MUSIC CO., 7C9 Market St.. Pa- cific Coast agents. WE are the only house carrying the \u25a0 cele- brated Decker & Son and Baumelster planoo. Our prices are always low and our terms sat- isfactory. THE ZENO MAUVAIS MUSIC CO.. 769 Market St. AGAIN we remind you that our piano stock, both rew and second hand, Is the largest west of Chicago and Includes the most re- liable makers to choose from. New pianos told upon easy payments of $6 per month; some good pianos for $3. $4 and Jo per m^nth. 6HERMAN. CLAY & CO.; Stelnway dealers, corner Kearny and Sutter sts., San Fran- ' clsco; corner Broadway and Thirteenth st, Oakland. , ATTENTION. BARGAIN HUNTERS— . Second-hand upright pianos from $55 up. Second-hand square pianos from $50 up. * Second-hand organs from $25 up: new up- right pianos from $175 up. BENJ1 CURTAZ & SON. 16 to 20 O'Farrell. Chickering. Ma- son and Hamlln, Vose, Sterling pianos. -•.'?»..• BEAUTIFUL tone upright piano; 'handsome case; sacrifice account sickness. 595 Ellis st. PIANO free; party will give use of piano to party who will try to sail It R. 36, 217 Geary. HELP WASTED— MALE Con. 3 rz: - COREMAKERS wanted at the Rlsflon Iron %Vorks, San Francisco: steady employment; excellent Inducements. Apply at ollice, Beale «ind Howard sts. !W ANTED— Recruits for the marine corps, U. S. navy: able-bodied, unmarried men of good character, between the ages of 21 and 3S; not less than 5 feet 4 Inches and not over 6 feet 1 Inch; able to Epeak and read Enpllsh. For further information apply at the Recruiting * Offlce. 40 Ellis St.. Ean Francisco. . 1000 fcXEN wanted — Rock drillers, tunnel, brush ar.d phovel men to work on ditch line being constructed for the Sweepstake Mining Co., near Weaverville. Trinity Co.. Cal.; apply on work: Etea<3y work, good board and beat wa^es in State. Kan Francisco Construction Co.. -C Montgomery et., room 25. San Fran- cUco, Cal. AN assistant foreman for the boiler shop of the Uisdon Iron Works of San Francisco; must be capable of laying out work and ex- perienced in the handling of mechanics and other help. Apply at office of company, Beale and Howard 6ts. WANTED-A bright, active young man bet. the acres of r* and S3, of good address, to 6o- llcit s-avlncs accounts for local bank; can jnnke frfor.i $3 to $10 per day; references re- quired. Address box 870, Call. XAILORS— A first -class ladies' tailor to work on jackets and skirts for Santa Rosa; must be rapid. Apply to STEIN. SIMON & CO., corner Second and Market etc. tSEN to learn barber trade; only eight weeks X required; tools donated; jiositlons guaranteed; & catalogue free. MOLER 11ARBEU COL- LE«jK. GS5 Clay st. WANTED — Laborers and mechanic* to know that Kd Itolkln, Reno House proprietor, still runs Denver House, 217 Third si. ; 150 large room.*; 25c per night: ?l to J2 per week. WANTED— Boys and young men to learn to operate sewing machines at GREEXEBAUM, WEIL & MICHEL'S' factory. 631 Mission su COATMAKEU, bushelman and pant^maker for country. Apply KEISS BROS. & CO.. 24 Gut- ter tt. » WANTED — First-class experienced dry goods wrapper for delivery department APP'y box 11S2. Call office. : t-CHAIR. barber shop; Santa Rosa: well lo- cated; good business; cheap. C. A. BRO- ; BACK. Z19 Fourth St.. Santa Rosa, Cal. ALL sizes men's Ehocs, slightly damaged, half rri*e. SC3 Mission St.. bet. 1st and 2d sts. SOBER shoemaker on repairing: good proposi- tion to right man. 1C0S Laguna et.. nr. Post STRONG boy to help plumber and for chop; references. Box S6S, Call. IRONMOLDERS end machinists wanted. DOT Mission st. ___^_^___ TOUN'G men to learn barber trade; catalogue mailed. S. F. Barber College. T41A Howard. STRONG, Intelligent boys IS to 20 years to learn iron molders' trade. 505 Mission et "00 MEN to buy suits made to order, $1 per week. A. B. SMITH CO.. 1JS Ellis Et. SAILORS ordinary, for ships for all parts of the world. HERMAN'S. S6 Steuart st. '.'\u25a0\u25a0DONALD & PERRY have 500 pairs second- gT hand shoes for sale; 50c up. 241 Third st '-fCNSION atty., E. A. Bullis. r. <0. Phelaa big. Past com. Geo. H. Thomas Post, G. A. R. WINCHESTER House. 4i Third 6t. near Mar- ket— 700 rooms. £>c night; reading rooms; free 'bus and baggage to and from ferry. CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscription* received at Call branch offlce. 2200 Fillmore st A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and FUbscrlptlcns has been established at 10S8 Valencia st. CHEAPEST and best In America — The Weekly Call, 16 pages. Bent to any address In the Vnited States or Canada one y_ear for $L postage paid. HORSES AND WAGONS. A HUNDRED head of well broke Gcrrran army horses, suit&ble for all business pur- poses, just arrived. JOHN H. HALTON. at Chase & Co.'s eales yard. 1T32 Market st DO not fail to attend the epeclal auction rale | Wednesday, October 16th, at 11 a. m.. at the 1 Arcade Horse Market 327 Sixth et • JOHN J. DOYLE. Auctioneer. ONE 1-horse truck, one 4-ton express wagon, one gurney; ail second-hand; one second-hand trap. CARVILL MFG. CO.. 48 Eighth st. 150 HEAD stock horses for sale. A. M. SCOTT & CO., ::3 Doie St., S. F\ FOR SALE— Two good horses cheap. 3077 Six- teenth st. VERY stylish bay carriage team; seventeen \ hands: sound, gentle. E. S.. 721 Howard st. P A BARGAIN tn Rood carriage, saddle, business and road scrte?. DALZIEL. 605 G. G. »ve, Z DOUHLE teams for sale. Apply D. RING. 1942 Union st. ONE second-hand express wagon; also one ] light business wagon. 1270 Turk st. CHTAP— New panel body delivery. 1 lsundry. 1 baker's, 1 shoe. 1 grocery wagron. 82S Ha.rrison. ALL kinds of wagons, buggies, carts, harness, etc.. cheap. EG AN & SOX, 2117 Mission st AN A No. 1 express wagon, single: also light camping wagon for sale, cheap. UZ2 Mission. DISSECTING Futjects wanted. S. F. Vet. Col.. £30 G. G. av-.. Dr. E. J. Creely. dean. HOSPITALS. 1TENTAL and nervous diseases cared for at ST. ELMO HOSPITAL, 230 Douglass Et.. S. F HOUSES TO LET. A— PRINTED list houses to let; 6end for cir- cular. G. H. U1IBSEN & CO.. 14 Montgomery. i FOR rent — An elegantly furnished S-room house: reasonable; no small children; call mornings bet. 10 and 12. 1428 Fulton st A-SUNNY; 10 rooms, bath. 1S23 Bush Bt, r.-^r Van Ne?s ave. HOUSES TO LET FURNISHES. A SUNNY cottage, 6 rooms, bath, piano, chickens, fruit treee; Alameda; J A block from \u25a0tfcticn. A. M. SPECK & CO.. 667 Market. i.. LOST AXD FOUXD. y : A pass-book with the Hlbemia Savings anil Loan Society of San Francisco, in the rame ol MATTHEW EBKEK or JOHANNA EBXER; No. 243-SS3. The finder will please return to bank. LOST— Three diamond rings In Oakland, near Eighth anl Adeline sts. Liberal reward If re- turn, d to Dr. H. S. KERGAN, 1124 Eighth et., Oakland. LOST— Aufjmn loaf pin FCt with about 6 dia- monds and praxis; reward. Return to 210 Montgomery Et. I/JET— At Baden station, lemon and white pointer bitch; name Nanon. Return to C. A. HAIGHT. 226 Market Et LOST— Lady's gold watch with Initials E. M.. near Emporium. 16C9 Sutter st. ; reward. LOST— Cocker fpaniel; bell on collar; liberal reward. £23 East st LOST— On Sunday afternoon train from Lyttdn to Tiburon. a kodak. Return to <1S Battery St.. upstairs; liberal reward. LOST— Near Hlbemia Bank, deed to J. H. Meredith. Return £19 Market rm. 47; reward. IN cr near Grace M. E. Church. Email pocket- . book. 717 ShotweM et. ; reward. LOST— A paJr of gold spectacles on Sunday afternoon on Polk et. Hi-turn C20 Ellis Bt. and receive a liberal reward. MRS. LEAVITT. LOFT — Sorter; tag No. 215; name Pluto; re- ward. VA Seventh st. IT -Ki'il pay to "Remember" that the Califor- nia Watch Case Co.. CO Sutter St.. needs old coid and silver to make new watch cases. MATTltESSES AXO PILLOW'S. order, also cleaned and sterilized, uphol- frtery: Al carpet cleaning; honest work guar- anteed. KOPKE BROS.'. 411 to 415 Powell et.; tel. Burn 421. MEDICAL. t>R. O'DONNELL— All who are elck and In trouble call and consult the specialist. My medicines have been used for many years by thousands; the unfortunate helped; relief In all cases taken; the most obstinate cases have been relieved by my modical treatment; free «-onfid< ntial advice on all subjects of a dell- ctiT« nature; all classes of female complaints treated; relief to the longest cases. DR. G. W. O'UOXXELL. 1018 Market Bt.. opp. Fifth. A— MRS. SWEET, graduate Royal UnH-erslty. Berlin; 25 years' experience in midwifery oasts; utmost confidence can be placed in her; takes and treats ladies before and during con- Unemeat; best rare, attention; confinement tli; board $4 week; infants adopted. 3327 18th rt. ; MifrKion-rt. cars; consultation free. THE original MRS. DAVIES, who has been In business here for £5 years, is still located at 122S Markft; maternity home provided; offlce r hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. ra. and 6 to 8:30 p. m. ' MRS. D. TVYETH. reliable ladies' epeclalist; private home before and during confinement; removed fi om p 0E t to «10 O'Farrcll st HB&2 D. ALLEN, 1118 Market-Reliable la- cirs upTial'st; a priv. Jjome before and dur- 'jr-K confinement; best medical care; low fees. H|>cr>OOHERn AND MRS. DAVIES' original J^'Cthod cf treatment; maternity home; home yn confinement. I12S Market st.. 8. F. MRS. D. KOHL, ladies' Fpecialist. confinement removed from Market et, to 410 O'Farrell ot. £hanahan Florist Co. M ARTISTIC FLORAL DESIGNS Prices Reasonable i'*r 107 POWELL ST. Me **ELUS VSSf. 5056 MARBIED. GUDMUNDSON— HANSON— In this city, Oc- tober 13, 1901, by the Rev. Dr. C. J. E. Haterlus, pastor of the Lutheran Ebenezer Church,- Iven P.- Gudmundson and-' Jenny A. Hanson, both of Vallejo. \u25a0 . DIED. Altsehul, Ludwig Krukau. Nicholas J. - Blgue, Jean i ' McGillen. Theresa Carpenter, Edmund Mallon. Catherine .Cary, Michael Murphy. Mary i Descalso, . Luca Neumann. Augusta , Donahue, Bridget Peacock. Lewis P. • Elmqulst, John M. Piquerez. Mary . Flynn, Morris Powers. Michael Frost. Julia A. Raggio. David A. GlanninI, Russell S. Rice. George W. Gonella, Annie Smith, Isaac Goodhue. Georgtana Thall. Mark M.v^ . Hamilton, Joseph . Tornich, Paolino ,_ Harkins. James Voorsanger, Wolf Healy, Margaret Word. Frank M. Kelly, Ruth Wythe, Joseph H. ." Kemble. William R. ALTSCHUL— In this city. October 12. 1901. . Ludwig Altsehul. a native of Austria, aged 67 years 6 months and 15 days. CyThe funeral services will be held to- day (Tuesday), at 3 o'clock, at the resi- dence of Mr. Louis ' Falkenau, 2310 Clay street, and thence to I. O. O. F. Crematory. BIGUE— In this city. October 14, 1901. Jean Hlirue, a native of France, aged 42 years 4 ' months and 16 days. . ' CARPENTER-In this city. October 14. 1901. Edmund P., husband of the late Mary D. Carpenter, father of Mrs. Annie Whittle and Mrs. Etta Cimpher, and grandfather of Dol- lle Sanchez, Blrdlne and Edmund Cimpher, n native of Foxboro, Mass., aged 72 years 4 months and 8 days. CARY— In this city, October 13, 1901, at St. Joseph's Home. Park Hill avenue and Baker street, Michael Cary, a native of Ireland, aged 7S yours. DE6CALSO— In this city. October 11.' 1901, - Luca, beloved husband ol the late Mary Des- calso, and loving father of Luke M. and Jumes R. Descalso and Mrs. T. Bolxer and the late Peter C. Descalno. a native of Ge- noa, Italy, aged 77 years 9 months and 1 day. (TT" The funeral will take place to-day (Tuesday), at 9 o'clock, from his late resi- dence. l'J22 Howard street, thence to St. Charles Borromeo's Church. Eighteenth and Shotwell streets, where a solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock. In- terment. Holy Cross Cemetery. DONAHUE-In this city. October It. 190L Bridget Donahue, dearly beloved aunt of Mary A. Riley. and sister of the late Mar- garet Rlley. a native of County Cavan, Ire- land. C7"Tho funeral will take place to-day (Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from her late resi- dence, 1525 Pine street tbence to St. Mary's . Cathedral, Van Ness avenue, where a re- ' qulem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. ! Interment private. ELMQUIST— In this city. October 12. 1901. John M. Elmqulst, a native of Sweden, aged 78 years 8 months and 9 days. A member of Yerba Buena Lodge No, 15, I. . O. O. F., I and Scandinavian Society. CP" Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from I. O. O. F. Hall, corner of Market and Seventh streets, where funeral services will be held under the - auspices. of Yerba Buena Lodge No. 15. I. O. C F. Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery. Re- mains at the parlors of H. Pr Petersen & Co.. 228 McAllister street. .FLYNN- In this city, October 14, 1901. Morris Flynn, a native of Ireland, aged 55 years. FROS-P— In this city, October 13, 1901. Julia A., beloved wife of Dr. James Frost, a na- tive of Albany, N. Y., aged 63 years and 14 days. : C3^Frlends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from her late resi- dence, 2324 Mission street,- thence to Mission Dolores Church, where a high requiem mass will be celebrated, at 9 o'clock. Interment : Holy Cross Cemetery by "carriage. Please omit flowers. « GIANNINI— In this city. Russell S. Glannlnl. dearly beloved son of Henry P. and Rosle J. Giannlni, and brother of Ethel M. Giannlni, a native - of San * Francisco, aged 1 year 5 months and 25 days. E?"Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Wednesday), at 10 o'clock, from the resi- dence of his parents, 789 Stevenson street. GONELLA— In this city, October 12, 1901. An- i nle Gonella, beloved mother of Arthur, An- gelo and Rita Gonella, Eda Datl and Clor- inda Vannucci. and feister of Mrs. Mary De- martini, and other relatives. , a native of Italy, aged 48 years and 9 months. C^Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully. Invited to attend the funeral to-day (Tuesday), at 1:30 o'clock, from 1106 Mont- gomery, street, and will, be buried at New Italian Cemetery. GOODHUE— In San Mateo, October 13, 1901, Georflana,' beloved wife of S. G. Goodhue. \u25a0 (C? Funeral services will be held to-morrow (Wednesday), at 12 o'clock, at her late resi- dance-- -. . -. \u25a0 HAMILTON— Entered Into rest, in this city, Octcber 14, 1901, JcssDh Hamilton, relict of the ls> te Matilda M. Hamilton, and father of Samuel J., John C, James S. and Joseph S. • Hamlltqn. \u25a0 Mrs. \u25a0 J. N. Holmes. Mrs. S. J. • Lashbrooke and Mrs. L. A.' Mesmer. ' a na- tlvo of Londonderry. Ireland, aged 84 years. - (Philadelphia papers please copy.)' . (C7"Notice of funeral hereafter. HARKINS— In this city, October 13. 1901. James, beloved husband of Margaret Har- kins, and father of James, Robert, Albert and Masreie Harkins and the late George and Willie J. Harkins. a native of Ireland, ared 55 years. C^"The funeral will . take place to-day (Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, from his late resi- dence. 1127^4 Tennessee street, Potrero. In- terment private, Mount Olivet Cemetery. HEALY— In this city. October 14. • MM, Mar- : \u25a0 garet, beloved wife of WUliam Healy, a na- '\u25a0 . tive. of 'County Cork. Ireland, aged 67 years. : • CFFrlends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the. funeral to-morrow \u25a0 (Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from her late residence. 13 Eugenia avenue, off Mission \u25a0 road, thence to St. Paul's Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul at 9 o'clock. Inter- ment Holy Cross Cemetery. KELLY— In this city. October 14. 1901, Grade Ruth, beloved daughter of Thomas and Nellie Kelly, and sister of Harry Kelly, a native' of San Francisco, aged- 10 months and 17 days. . • KEMBLE— In this city, October. 14. 1901. Wil- liam It., "beloved husband of Marion I. Kem- ble, and father of William I. Kemble, tC na- tive of New York City, aged 49 years. KRUKAU— In» this city, Nicholas Julius Kru- kau. beloved husband of the late Sarah Kru- kau, and father of William J. and Nicholas J Krukau. Mrs. L. Hunt and the late Mrs. ' W. E. Clifford, a native of Denmark, aged C3 years 9 months and 25 days. icyyriends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Tuesday), at 1:30 o'clock, from Druids' Hall. | 413 fiutter street under the auspices of U. A. O. D.. Temnlar Grove No. -19. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery. Remains at. the parlore of Craig & Cochran Company. j McGJLLEN— In this city. October 13. 1901. The- . ret>a, beloved wife of the late Patrick Mc- Gillen, and mother of John, \u25a0 Mary, Robert and Thomas McGillen, a native of Ireland, aged 39 years 3 months and 16 days. (Reno, Nev.. papers please copy.) • , | (r~9"l''riend.s and acquaintances -are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Wednesday), at 9 o'clock, from St. Brlgld'a Church. Van Ness avenue and Broadway, where a requiem- low mass will be celebrated . for the repose of her soul. Interment Holy Cross, Cemetery, by carriage Remains at the ;\u25a0 funeral parlors of Joseph .Hagan,. 1707 Sacra- mento street, near Polk. MALLON— In this city, October 12, 1901, Cath- erine, relict of Owen Mallon. and mother of j Thomas J. and James P. Mallon,. a native of .County Meath, Ireland, aged 70 years 6 months - and 4 days. E7"The funeral • will take.' place to-day HENRY J. GALLAGHER CO. (Successor to Flannagan & Gallagher.) - DANIEL P. DONOVAN. Mgr. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.- 20 Fifth st. opposite Lincoln School. - Telephone South • SO. Mt Olivet Cemetery, Ean Mateo County. OFFICE 816 MARKET STREET. J. HENDEP.SON. Manager. JAMES Formerly with McGinn Bros., has opened new Funeral Parlors at 214 Eddy st. bet Taylor and Jopes. Telephone South 576. - UNITED UNDERTAKERS, 27 and 29 Fifth st Tel.- South 167. FTOEBAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. Finest Equipment_at_Modejratc Rates. ' . ' mi' r— — \u25a0 * '" * " — \u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0• r&!genTMcGlnn McGINNBROsT - Funeral Directors and Embalmers, 31 EDDY STREET. Telephone South 252. San Francisco. No Connection With Any Other House. NEW" FIRM OF UNDERTAKERS. Bamuil McFadden, - IS years manager for the United Undertakers' Association; M. J. McBrearty. with the came company for 10 * years; P. F. Qreon.' late with J. C O'Connor & Co.. have opened 'new Funeral Parlors at 1171 Mission street, between. Seventh and Eighth. Telephone South 44. - 'CREMATION. The Odd fellows' Cemetery Association Point. Lo bos ave.. S. P.; Col. -The ordinance- prohibiting • burials la - San Francisco after the first day ot August 1901 does not refer to CREMATION. Neither does it affect the COLUMBARIUM, because there Is nothing less harmful to the living than the ashes of their dead. . --. Permits • to cremate " will be" - Issued by th« Board of Health the same as Heretofore. GEORGE R. FLETCHER.- Manager, (Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from her late resi- dence, "northwest corner of Twenty-third and Vermont streets, thence to St Peter" s '' Church, where a requiem high mass will b« celebrated for the repose of her soul, com- mencing at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. MURPHY— At her residence. 2631 Nineteenth street. Mary, beloved wife of John D. Mur- phy, loving mother of Josie and Lizzie Mur- phy and John J. London. Mrs. J. P. -Dempsey and Mrs. J. C. Lawrence, and sla- ter of Mrs. Elizabeth Broderick and the lats Patrick O'Connor, a native of County Kerry, Ireland, aged 57 years. (t7Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day (Tuesday), at 10 o'clock, from her late resi- \u25a0 dence. 2«31 Nineteenth street thence to <St. Charles Borromeo's Church, where a requiem . high mass will be celebrated for the reposo of her soul, commencing at 10:30 o'clock. In- . terment Holy Cross Cemetery. NEUMANN— In this city. October 12. 1301. Au- gusta, beloved wife of ths late Robert Neu- ' mann, mother of Gustav, mother-in-law of Kate, and grandmother of Freda and Hilda Neumann, a native of Germany, a^ed 7- years 2 . months and 13 day*. C7Frlend3 and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Wednesday), at 1 o'clock, from her late residence, 31S Prospect avenue, off Cortland avenue, thence to Druids' Hall. 413 Sutter street, where services will be held at 2 o'clock, under the auspices of the German Ladlea' Benevolent Society. Red Cross. Cre- mation at Odd Fellows' Cemetery. PEACOCK— In Alameda, October 13. 1901. Lewis Palmer, beloved husband of Mary S. . Peacock, father of Albert E.. James C. and Edward M. Peacock, and brother of Mr*. J. F. Brown of Philadelphia, a native tit Philadelphia, aged S3 year* c montha and IS days. IT7Fr1enda and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Tuesday), at 3 o'clock, from Masonic Terr- pie, corner Alameda avenue and Park street, under the auspices of Golden Gate Lodge No. Si). K. and A. M., of San Francisco. Inter- ment Mountain ('View Cemetery. JR. O. U. A. M.— Officers and members of Abraham Lincoln Council No. 2 are notified to attend the .funeral services of our late brother. Lewis Palmer Peacock, at Alameda Masonic Temple. Park-street station; leave by 12:45 o'clock boat. By order of the coun- cilor. R. F. DE LISLE. Fin. Sec. PIQUEREZ— In this city. October 13. 1901. at St. Mary's Hospital. Mary, beloved wife of Gus Plquerez. mother of Madeline Plquerez. beloved daughter . of Michael and the, lat« Elizabeth Gannon, and sister of Thomas, Maggie. Joseph and Teanie Gannon and Mrs. Lj7zle Withers, a native of San Francisco. ICTThe funeral will take place to-morrow (Wednesday), at 9:30 o'clock, from the par- lors ot McFadden. McBrearty & Green. 1171 MJsslcn street. Interment Holy. Cross Ceme- tery. - • i . POWERS— In this city, October 14. 1901. Mich- ael, beloved husband of Delia Powers, and father of Mamie, Maggie and Irene Powers, a native of County Waterford. Ireland, aged 41 years. •«. RAGGIO— In this city, October 12, 190L David A. Raffgio, dearly beloved husband of Rcs« Raggio, and father of Joseph. Dozolina. Clo- rinda and David Ragxlo Jr., and brother of I Thomas Raggio of Boston, Mass.. and Mrs. Julius Raggio and Mrs. Antone Cavagniaro, aged 58 years 10 months and 13 days. (Chi- cago, Boston and Sacramento papers pleasa copy.) ETFrlends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day (Tuesday), at 1:30 o'clock, from his late resi- dence, 9 St. Charles place, off Kearny street. . between "Broadway and Pacific street Inter- ment Cypress Lawn Cemetery. RICE— In this city. October 12. 1901. Geprge W., beloved son of Sarah Rice, and brother of W. F.. B. F., C. A., R. B. and M. E. Rice and Mrs. M. J. Allen, a native of Cali- fornia, aged 39 years 11 months and 19 days. IC^Friends and acquaintances are respect- - fully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from the mortuary chapel of the Golden Gate Undertaking Com- pany. 2473 Mission street, near Twenty-first . Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery by car- riage. SMITH— In Oakland. October 13. 1301, Isaac Smith, father of Hyman and Abraham Smith, a native of Prussia, aged 93 years. THALL— In this city. October 12. 1301, Mark Montgomery Thall, beloved father of Ella Avis and Charles M. Thall, son of Henry H. and the late Elise Thall, and brother of Sam and Fred Thall and Mrs. Herrman. a native of Montgomery. Ala., aged 43 years. (New York papers please copy.) IC^The funeral services will take place to-day (Tue3day), at 9:15 o'clock, at 333 Geary street, thence to Elks' Hall, 223 Sut- ter street, -where the services will be held, under the auspif^s of San Francisco Lodge No. 3, B. P. O. Elks, at 10 o'clock. Remains can be seen Sunday evening and thereafter at 353 Geary street. Interment Hills of Eternity Cemetery, by 11:30 o'clock train from Third and Townsend streets. TORNICH— In Sunnyside. October 14. 1901, Paolino, dearly beloved son of Mr. Peter P. Tornich and Mrs. Flora Tornich. and brother of Damina. Antolnetta and Filomena Tor- nich, a native of San Francl3co. aged i years and 2 months. O"Frlend3 and acquaintances are respect- fully notified that the funeral takes place, to-morrow (Wednesday), at 1:30 o'clock, from the residence of his parents. 112 Congo street. - between Flood and Hearst .avenues. Sunny- Side district, tbence to New -Italian Ceme- tery. VOORSANGER— In Amsterdam. Holland, Oc- tober 14. 1901. Wolf, father of Jacob S. and A. W. Voorsanser. WOOD^In Oakland. October 14, 1901. Frank M., beloved husband of Annie Wood, a na- tive of New York, aged 66 years 6 months and 7 daj-s. C?"Friend3' and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral services to-morrow (Wednesday), at 11 o'clock, at his late residence, northwest corner of Third and Alice streets. Interment private. "WYTHE— In Oakland. October 14. 1901. Joseph Henry Wythe, M.D., D.D., LL.D.. aged 73 years 8 months and 27 days. C7"Friends and acquaintances aro respect- fully invited to attend the funeral services to-morrow (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, at the First M. E. Church. Fourteenth and Clay streets, Oakland. Cal. Interment private.