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McGLEW— In this city, October 30, 1901, Annie,
beloved sister, of John B- McGlew and. Mrs.
L. L. James, a native of San Francisco.
. IC"Friends and acquaintances are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Friday), at 1:30 o'clock, from her late resi
dence, 1575 Folsom street, thence to St. Jo
seph's Church for services. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery. . . *i
McGUIRE— In Oakland, at 1017 Seventh street.
October" 30, 1901, Francis C. McGuire. 'beloved
husband of the late Bridget C. McGuire, and
father of Frank J., Joseph H., Frederick XV.
and Acnes L. McGuire, Mrs. W. J. McKe*
and Mrs. Clara Schwcichler, a native of Ire
land, aged SI years.
ROBINET— In this city, October 29. 1901. Eu
gene Robinet, beloved uncle of Mrs. N. Dim
mer and Mrs. V. Balmforth, a native of
France, aged 74 years 9 months and 9 days.
Sr^Friends and acquaintances are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral Sunday.
November 3. at 1:30 o'clock, from hl3 late
' residpnee. 7S2 Folsom street, thence to Ma
sonic Hall, corner Post and Montgomery
streets, where services will be held under th-j
auspices of La Parfaite Union No. 17.
SHEPARD— In Berkeley. October 30, 1901. John
L. N. Shepard, husband of Cordelia M.
Thomas, and father of Madeline. Louise and
Evelyn Shecard. Mrs. Craven, Mrs. Charles
PI . Eells and Mrs. Mark B. Kerr. aged S4
\u25a0 E^Notlce of funeral later.
SOUTHERN— In Kara. October 30. 1901. Ella
J. Southern, beloved wife of James J. South
ern, daushter of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, and
sister of Mrs. William Sawyer and Mrs.
Henry Stratton,' a native of California, aged
34 years 11 months and 28 days.
B3"Friends and acquaintances are respect
fully-invited to attend the funeral to-day
(Thursday), at 3 o'clock, from the parlors
of Charles J. B. Metzler, 636 Washington
street. Interment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
STEWART— In thl3 city, October 23. 1901.
Mary." beloved wife of George Stewart,
mother of May Stewart, daughter of the lato
•John snd Mary Lynch, and sister of James
Lynch and the late Margaret RobI, a native
of San Francisco, aged 30 years.
THOMAS— In this city, October 29. 1901, Mrs.
Maggie Thomas, beloved wife of James A:
Thomas, a native of South Wales, aged 3o
\u25a0 years and 14 days.
C?"Remair.s at Charles J. B. Metzler"s un
dertaking Darlors, 636 Washington street.
WIEBOLDT— In this city, October 29, 1901,
Herbert Edward, dearly beloved and only
child of William and Marie Wleboldt. a na
tive of San Francisco, A aged 4 months and
17 days.
(T^Friends and acquaintances are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral to-da>
(Thursday), at 1 o'clock, from the residence
' of his Darents. 937 Sutter street, between
Leavenworth and Hyde. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. • !__
Fred H. Meyer (owner) with John Stahl (con
tractor), architect Fred H. Meyer— Grading,
foundations, carpenter work. . painting and
(dazing for two 2-story frame buildings (1
flat?) on lot on N line of Lombard street, 106:2
E of Broderick, E 73 by N 137:6; J7S50.
Builders' Contracts.
A W : Keck, Kas City 1 L Squire, New Tork
H S Morrison, N Y^ C A Libby & w. Me
C C Brackln, Cal M J Silvia. Cal
J B Hlgglns, Mexico I M Aronson, New Trk
G K Pike. Lindsay W T Selleck, Los Ang
G T DeWitt, Lindsay Mrs Bruml, Lockeford
J F Eshelman, Seattle Mrs Daly, . Lockeford
O Scribner & w, L A J L Bruml, Lockeford
J S Davies, New York I H M Bruml, Lockford
Mrs A Irwin,- Phoenix J G Priestly, M d
Mrs J O Griswold, Or' Lockeford •_ . '
d E Kennedy, LivrmrelJ B Cory, Acampo
J- Johnson, Watsonville G Favlnger, Lockeford
A B Fitzgerald&w, Va G R Garrettscn, LckM
C R Rockwood, L A L M Bates, Kans City
J Flanagan, Mendocino G L Southworth Sacto
J C Foy,. Los' Angeles Mrs Southworth, Sacto
B : Davis, Cal '" ,' \ :A H Schwnbel, Cal'
J F Woods, Cal C Keena, Auburn
E M Wilkenson, Cal- W T Culver&w Mich
J A Henderson, Wintrs S P , Boland, San Jose
0 Morosco & • w, -L' A L F Moulton, Colusn
D S Van Meter, Cal C B Walker, Ft Bras*
H Cochran. Syracuse Wm McBrlde, Portland
XV "R Simons, Pasadnal
E Brown & w. Mass J Z Sticht, US N
Dr T Flint & w, Cal J E O'Marra. Chicago
C H Wharton & w. WR Ramsdell. S Dies
Dawmn,- , •\u25a0\u25a0 !-, H-M Swaney & w, -.
H F Herr, Dawson , .' Honolulu
D Forbes. N Y L H Howe. N Y •
F G Killord, USA- M.J Horton. Bristol •
W M Gamble & w, Cal A A Sanford, N Y •
C M Hollenback. N Y J Y Jeanes & w. Pa
J Morris, N Y ' F B Meslck, w & ch,
KWRoss,'U S N NY- ,
WPMcIntosh, Sunset W G Ebbs, NY
WE Wolf & w,.N Y C J Bresiau. San Jose
J McAIpine. Minn - J W Robinson. Chicago
J E Markell. < Omaha Mrs O Wall, Phiia
\u25a0 W F Bond Jr.. Omaha R Jackson, Nev .
F C.Paulin,' Los Ang H Asephs, NY".
W E Brunett, Toronto Mrs Mariner, NY
N P Pape Sr. N.-Y? F L Kincaid. Stockton'
1 Prcsch, NY- \u25a0 \u25a0 : H Gerber.. Sacto •.--.
G.W Sanborn & w. Or L H Shepard. . Boston •
J S Slausson & w, L A W. A Prendergast, N Y
D'J.: Campbell *& .w, J Emmett, England ; •
San M-too.-<«B»SMJSM»^raifc< ; --;--- v .
Patrick Dunn to - Angelo and Maria Lecaro
let on N W line of Arlington . street, 158 NE
from M'suel. NE 58 by.NW 100, block IS, Falr
meunt Tract: $10.
'<\u25a0 Giuseppe Franco to G. Varsl, lot on NE line
of San . Bruno avenue. \u25a0 61:1% SE from Paul
avenue. SE 61 :V&, E ?2:4%. N 50, W 118, block
7, Garden Tract Homestead Addition ;- '
- J. McMullen (by attorney) to Frank Elvander,
lot on NE line of Fifteenth (Tenerlffe) avenue
J50 SE from L street- South, - SE 25 by NE 10o|
lot 12. -_ block: 288. '\u25a0 South f San Francisco Home
stead i and Railroad Association : $40. • \u25a0 .
James -H. Peterson (by H. M. . Covert, at
torney) . to Monarch Mutual Building and Loan
Association, * lot . on - SE corner; of Elfert and
Catherine Hannan (widow) to Mary F. F!ynn
jot on S line or Clement street, 32:6 W froni
Twenty-third avenue. W 2T» by S 100: $10 ~
Nnrbert C. ami Bessie S. Babin to Spring
Vallev Writer Works. I lots 1035 and ' 1057 Gift
Map 2: UZ0. J . . ' ."
c^rrr-nn Bu'lr.In^ and Loan Association \u25a0 tc
Elizabeth J. Woodall.(wifo of B. F.), lot on E
line r,t' otanyan ftreet. 1S6:9 S from Seven
teenth, S 25, E. 155:6, N.4 degrees 50 minute*
XV 25:QH. W 157:2. lot 10, block 4. Map of Suh
divlsion 1. Clarendon Heights; $10. ,
Wilson Estate Company "(a corporation) and
San Francisco and Fresno Land Company (a
corporation) to Sanitary Reduction Works of
San Francisco fa corporation). P. N. block 167
bounded on N by Alararda. E by De Haro, S
by El Dorado and W by Rhodo Island streets
200 by 4C0, quitclaim deed: $1.- -
Daniel J. 1 Brennan 1 to Rose \u25a0 Brennan. lot on
S line of California street. 93 W from Nlne
ternth avenue. W 23 by S 100; gift.
San Francisco and Fresno Land Company (a
corporation) and Wilson Estate Company (a
corporation) to Henry M. Tiee. lot on NW cor
ner of Bryant. (avenue) and Sixteenth (Center)
streets. N 125. \W 100. N 105. W- 100. S 130 E
60. S 100, E 15:9. N 100, E 45. S 100, E 89:3; also
quitclaim deeds to- Jot on N line of Sixteenth
street. 65:9 E from Florida, N 100 by E 43: J10.
Bertie Merritt (Bailey) to Roland H. Merritt.
undivided half of lot on W line of Alabama
street, 104 N from Twenty-first (Shasta), N 28
by w 100: $500. •
Jemima A. and Arthur W. Bogart to Harry,
C Jensen, lot on SE corner of Halght street
and Masonic avenue. E 87:6. by S 25; $10.
City and County of San Francisco to Thomas
Denigan, lot.On NE corner of Fifteenth and
Shotwell streets, N 110, -E 122:6., S 25, W 37:6,
S 85, W 85; $ . '
Same to Julius Huttmann. lot on NW cornet
of Fifteenth and Folsom streets, N 35 W 85
N 50. W 75, S 85, E 160; $ . •
Anna B. and Herman Stelljes (by Edwin
Schwab, commissioner) to Germania Building
and Loan Association, lot on E line of Sanchez
street. 202 S of Sixteenth, S 28 by E 90; $2640.
Fernando and Julia. A. Nelson to John and
Catherine Gateley. lot on N line of Eighteenth
street. 125 W of Hartford. W 25 by N 100; $10.
Estate of Emma L. S. Mangels (by executors)
to Philip Maher, lot on SW corner of Twenty
third and Mission streets, S 83:9}j by W 125;
$30, COO.
Ansley G. and Rebecca M. Davis to John
Donnelly, lot on SW corner of Harrison and
Twenty-sixth streets, W 25 by S 90; $10.
George Schmidt and A. C. Freese, administra
tors of the estate of Anna Schmidt (by H. M.
Covert, commissioner) to Monarch Mutual
Building and Loan Association, lot on E line
of niamen.? street, 39 N of Jersey, N 25 by E
80; $2024. . .
Giovanni B. Cevasco to Rudolph Riemer, lot
on N line of Filbert street. 137:6 W of Hyde,
W 22 by N 157:6; $3300.
Margaret Munro (widow) to John V. Lane,
lot on NE line of Stanford street, 125 NW of
Townsend, NW 25 by NE 70; $5125.
Lizzie K. Dana (Sherman) (wife of H. S.) to
Amelia E. Sherman (widow), lot on N corner
of and Howard streets, NE 125. NW 80
SW.50, NW 5. SW 73, SE 85, quitclaim deed;
Antoine and Gracie Borel (by attorney) to
Jacob and Lizzie C. Walcom, lot on SW corner
of Bush and Broderick streets, W 34 by S
ioc: $10. -
Rachel V. and Thomas W. \u25a0 Fisher to Petei
P. and Thomas McDonough, lot on N line of
Bush street, 75 W of Lyon, W 25 by N 75;
A. F. and Mary T. Morrison to Constance
A. Meeks and Blanche T. Heath, lot on S line
of Hayes street. 163:3 E of Masonic avenue. E
25 by S 137:6; $10.
Eliza C. Herbert (formerly Eliza K. Comer
ford, individual and executrix estate of Joseph
M. Comerford) to Mary A. Freeman, lot on N
line of McAllister street. 106:6 W of Parker
avenue, W 25. N 97:8, NE 25. S 98:6%; $1650.
Clementina McDonald (widow) to Rosalie J.
Colombat (widow), lot on SE'line of Minna
street, 226:8 SW of Tenth. SW 41:8 by SE 80;
.City and County of San Francisco to Geor
giana E. Harvey.^lot on E line of Shotwell
street, 173 S of Seventeenth, S 50 by E 122:5;
Daniel J. Cooney to Maggie C. Juzix and An
drew Cooney, lot on N line of Hancock street,
160 E of Sanchez. E 25 by N 114; gift.
Elizabeth Laver (administratrix of the estate
of Augustus Laver) (by H. P. Umbsen, commis
sioner) to Mutual Savings Bank, lot on SE line
of City Hall avenue (Park avenue), 173 NE of
City Hall Square (City Hall avenue), NE 23 by
SE 100. City Hall lot 54; $72CO.
Martin F. Quinn (by attorney) to Congrega
tion Beth Menachaim Streisand (a corporation),
lot on E line of Russ street, 110 N of Folsom, E
10O by N 50: $6000.
Potrero Land and umprivement Company to
Emma D. Anderson (wlte of W.), lot on N line
of Twenty-second (Sierra) street, 25 W of Min
nesota, W 75 by N 100; jrrant. -
Jacob and Lina Heyman to Adllnda W.
"Wandka, lot on W line of Forty-eighth avenue,
10O N of J street, N 25 by W 120; $10.
William A. and? Barbara A. Boole to W. A.
Boole & Son (a corporation), undivided half of
following: lot on NW corner of K street and
Tenth avenue, W 240. N 460:10, NE 241:4, S
485:5- also lot on SE corner of J street and
Tenth avenue, E 240 by S 300; also lots 1 to 11,
Academy Tract; $10.
State of California (by J. H. Scott. Tax Col
lector) (property assessed to Louis Blank) to I.
H. Lichtensteln, lot on SE line of Paris street.
100 SW of China avenue, SW 50 by SE 100,
block 18. Excelsior Homestead Association; $130.
Same to same, lot on SE line of Paris street,
150 SW of China avenue, SW 75 by SE 100,
block IS, same; (200. - t
Mary, Thomas and Margaret Quinn, William
Rigby Jr., Garrett Burke and William E. Jack
son (by E. C. Lyles, commissioner) to James E.
Damon, lot on SW line of Thirty-sixth avenue
South, 150 SE of L sitreet South, SE 100, SW
100 SE 50, SW 100, NW 213:11H, N 15:11. NE
89 :o\i, SE 75. NE 100, lots 6. 13 to 15 and portion
of lot 5, block 52, 'Paul Tract Homestead Asso
ciation; also lot on NE line -of Fifteenth avenue
South, 225 SE of M street South. SE 75 by NE
100. lot 12, block 289, South San Francisco
Homestead and Railroad Association; also lot
on SW line of Thirty-sixth avenue South, 250
SE of L street South, SE 50 by SW 100, lot 5,
block 52, Paul Tract Homestead Association;
Margaret F. and John P. Hlghtower to James
Hall, lot on E line of Webster street, 25 S of
OlFarrell. S 25 by E 90; $10.
Monroe Greenwood Estate Company to Her
bert Roper, lot on S line of Lake street, 107:6
W of Fourth avenue, W 25 by S 100; $10.
-William .J. • Button and Ira Pierce to Henry
F. Dutton. lot on N line of Jackson street,
211:2 2-5 E of Broderick, E 31:10 4-5 by N
127:8%; $5.
A. B. McCreery to Camillo M. Solarl, lot on
N line of McAllister street, 100 E of Lyon, N
137:6 by E 25; $10.
F J. and Dell C. Woodward to Edward
Mandonnet. let on S line of Geary, or Thirty -
ninth street. 100 W of Telegraph avenue. W
5i) S 122:6. E 50:1. N 123:5. lot 4. block 2071.
Map Evoy Plat attached to referee's report In
partition suit of Mary A. Mulliken vs. Mary
J Evoy et al. Oakland: $10.
George Douglas (single) to J. E. White (mar
ried) lot on SE line of Twenty-sixth avenue.
100 NE of East Eleventh street. NE 23 by
SE 100. lot 4, block G. Knowles and Potter
subdivision of Kennedy Tract, subject to mort
gage of $1200, East Oakland; $10.
Charles A. and Alice C. Bailey to Marie E.
Perry, lot on S line of Rose street. 40 W of
Walnut; W 40 by S 100. block 4. Antlsell Tract,
map. of resubdivlslon blocks 3 and 4 of said
tract Berkeley: $10.
Oakland Paving Company (corporation) to
0 W. Burr, lot on S line of Ashby avenue.
7 1 3:« W of College avenue. W 50, S 106:4. E
50 N 105:5.. lot 16. block E. - Claremont Tract
(r*Kwded October 28. 1901). Berkeley: $100.
James L. Barker and Mary C. Barker (by
J. L. Barker, attorney) to Joseph' Michel, lot
m SE corner of Pase and Fourth streets. S
152-6 E 123 : N 50. E 125, N 102:6. W 250. lots
1 to '4 and 27 to 34. block 47. Tract B. Berkeley
L and T. I. Association. Berkeley; also lot
on NW corner of Jone? and Fifth streets. N
127-6 W 123 S 23. E 23, S 102:«. E 100. lots
31 to 13 same Berkeley; also lot on E line
of Fourth street. 27:6 N of Jones. N 73 by E
10O lots 19 to 21. same. Berkeley: 110.
John F. and Emma Collins to Sarah Clancy,
lot on N corner of Fifteenth avenue and East
Sixteenth Street. NE 5B. NW 1C0. SW 56. SE
107 East Oakland: also lot on NW line of Fif
teenth avenue. 112 NE of East Sixteenth street.
NE 2S by NW 80. portion of,block 32, San Anto
nio, East Oakland; $2500.
Samuel J and Bessie SUva to A. J. Snyder.
re-record 777 D 473. lot on W line of West
street, 25 S of Thirty-sixth. S 35 by W 118:3.
block M, property of Central Land Company,
Oakland: $10. , ,,
George and Anna E. Lydikson to Lorenzo
D and Mary E. Royce. E *j of lot 10 and W
12:6 of • lot 11. block P. property of Central
Land Company. Oakland: $10.
John M. and Ermina Ausrusto to Manuel C.
Vargas, lot on N line of Harlan street, 200 E
from Clarke. N 130 by E 51. portion of lot 26,
Hemme Tract, San Leandro, Eden Township;
Jennie C. Connor (widow). to "W. F. Rudolphe.
lot on S line of Eighth street. 51 W of Alice.
W 74. S 100. E 50. N 28. E 24. -N 74. portion
of block 80. Kellersberger's Map. Oakland; HO.
Manilla and Clinton Westover to John S.
Shoemaker, lot oif N line of Albion street.
88:11% E of Grove. E 50, N 139:11. W 30:6. S
19:8, W 19:6, S 120:2. portion of lots 4 to «,
Alden Tract. Oakland; $19.
J M. and Mary D. Bartlett to A. J. Snyder.
lots 2 3, 11 to 13, IS, block A. lots 2 to 4. 8.
block H. lota 1 to 5, block G. lot 1. block I,
lots 1 and 19. block K, lots 3. 9. 14 to 18, block
P, lots 2. 3, 6, 8 to U, block O, lots V *, *. °,
13 ' 14 18 to 23 block R, lots 1 to 7, 10. 11, 14.
block' Q lots 1 to 5, 8 to 10. 15 and 18. block
X. Paradise Park. Berkeley and Oakland: $10.
Rebbece Drucker (wife of Herman Drucker)
to Hulda A Nelson (wife of P. O. NeUon),
Intersection of the NE boundary line of lot
5. block D. with the "W line of Twenty-third
avenue, NW 107. SW 50. SE 121.92. N to be
ginning of block I>. subdivision 50. Associates
Tract. East Oakland; $10. .
* Juana Ysunza (widow) to Tsmael Y3unza
(married), lot beginning at a voiat on S line
of land owned by Charles A. Bailey. July 1.
1901. distant thereon 130 E of San Pablo avenue
and 607.87 N of Bancroft way E 5j. to W Una
of block G, Bryant Tract, S 21:7 W 40. S 100.
E 49 S 200.23 W 20.93 to point laO E of San
Pablo avenue.'N 195. W 20, N 1^:2 to beginning
of portion of plot 62. Kanchos "V. and D. Per
alta Berkeley* $10«
De'lia M and Thomas Sweetman to Johanna
SE 70 portion of lot 10. Brooklyn Land Com
pany 'Brooklyn Township; $10.
Dennis Murphy (by Grant G. Halliday, com
missioner) to Michael Carney, lots 40 1 to ) 43,
block 630, Oakland; also property in Benicia.
(aTtrustee under 119 D 44! and
480 D. 267, April 21. 1891) to Warren Otaey: lot
on E line of Madison street. 321.88 N from,
Fourteenth V 74 9S by E 140, Oakland; trust
Seated by* deed signed by Catherine M. Gar
celon. Stephen W. Purrington and John W.
St N£than"'nTl.ydia B. Hurt to Nettle Holmes
lot on S line of Palmetto street. 121 E from
Champion. E 105 by S 123.73. lots UtoH block
B reap of resubdivlsion of block B. Prospect
Hill' Tract. Brooklyn Township: $10.
Theodore Beeny to Jane Beeny. lot on
NE corner of Minna and Warren streets.
N 200 by E 600./ all of block 18.
Fitchburg Homestead lots. Brooklyn Township;
also 23 acres in Tuba County, known as Beeny
Ranch, and personal property; $10.
M. H. and Eliza A. Eastman to Oakland Pav
ing Company (a corporation), lot 13 and 16,
block D Rooney Tract, embracing portions ly
ing N and S of McAllister-street line, present N
boundry of Rooney Tract, Berkeley; $10.
J Newman to David Newman, lot on Sw cor
ner of Page and Third streets. S 75 by W 107.
block 49 Tract B, Berkeley Land and Townsite
Association. Berkeley; $10.
Charles A. and Alice C. Bailey to James A.
and Eliza Farrell. lot M, block 5. map X7, hair
block 5, Curtis Tract. Berkeley; $3.
James C McKee (single) to Daniel Robertson,
lot on SE corner of Union and Twelfth streets,
S 160 by E 33, block 562. Boardman's map, Oak-
G *L Fritz (owner of residue of tax sales of
estate of Charles Babb) to Eliza L. Adams, un
divided half interest in blocks C. G and B. map
2. Watts Tract, being city blocks 779, 780 and
781, Oakland; also lots 4 to 9. block A, said
map and block 7S2. Oakland, quitclaim deed: $5.
Elizabeth T. White (single) to Oakland Pav
ing Company (a corporation), lot 16, block E,
Claremont Tract: $400. '
George K, Holloway to Bessie M. Holloway.
lot on SW corner of Harmon and Dana streets.
W 80 by S 115. portion of University Park
Tract, Oakland: gift. .
Peter C and Ingeburs? M. Nielsen to Sophia.
Margaret H.. John F. and William Mayer, lots
26 to 29. block 82, N Addition to Brooklyn. East
Oakland; $10. - *
John W. Hearst to Frank S. Baker, lots 31
and 32, block G, Gaskill Addition to Parsons
Golden Gate Tract. Town of Emeryville, Oak
land Township: $10.
Mountain View Cemetery Association to Mary
E M Quince (widow). 122 square feet of lot
145. plot 36, said cemetery. Oakland Township;
Mary E. M. Quince to Elizabeth W. Robin
son (widow), same: $1.
"William Cowperthwaite to Samuel Grainier,
lot on S line of Virginia street, 3S7 W from
Shattuck avenue, W 50 by S 133. block C, Janes
Traet. Berkeley, quitclaim deed: $1.
Clara P. Cowperthwaite (wife of W.) to same,
same, Berkeley: $10.
Ellen Stokes (widow) to C. N. Hoover, undi
vided half interest in lot 7. block 1. State Uni
versity Homestead Association No. 3, Berkeley;
McCarthy .Company (a corporation) to S. C.
Landers (a widow), lots 7 and 8. subdivision C.
Frultvale Terminal Tract, Brooklyn Township:
Deidrick W. Barkhaus to J. D. and Minnie S.
Eicke (sister and brother) undivided sixth of
undivided fifth of lots 3 and 4. block 36. lands
adjacent to Encinal. being undivided thirtieth
thereof. Alameda; $30.
Robert P. Jansen to Anita K. Jansen (wife),
lot 9. block 13. amended map of Bartlett Tract.
Alameda: sift.
Bennlngton streets. S 25 by E 100, lot 7. block
10, Fair's Subdivision of Holly Park Tract;
AJameda County.
Best Stoneware
1 DIXIE Ml) rOt.
POT ucucr
I-.-*. - .'. el Cleaner
Three cup size 35 centi. thai!
Four cup size 40 cents.
Six cap «izo 4-3 cent*. MptaJ.
Eight cupiize 5O centj. mCiai*
Ten cup «ize €>O cents. Ul~_^
Twelve cup ilze 73 cents. Tl OlC
To make coffee in the " Dixre".
Scald out with hot water, use one
tablespoonful of coffee for each cup de-
sired, pour on fresh boiling water, let
stand 5 minutes (same as teaX pour intp
cups ready to serve. Don't boil your
coffee, as it becomes bitter and fine fla-
vor will be lost.
Ho not use enamel or metal pots that
give coffee an acid, metallic taste, or
cloth niters that taste musty.
VVe serve afternoons Pine-Apple
Colima Coffee made in the Dixie Coffee
943 Market St, bet 7 & 8. Telphone Mint 761
Shanaiian Florisf Co.
Prices Reasonable.
!07 POWELL ST.nea»ELLIS SEE 5056
BALLARD— MANDERSON— In this city. Oc-
tober 29, 1901,- by the Rev. George W. Beatty,
Walter J. Ballard of Sacramento and Lillian
Watt-Mandereon of San Francisco. - ~ .
BLACK— WHITNEY— In this city, October 30.
1901, by the Rev. F. B. Cherington, Dr. How-
ard Black of Palo Alto, Cal.. and Agnes E.
Whitney of San Francisco. - \u25a0
BOWNE— HARRISON— In this city, October
. 29, 1901, by the Rev. William C. Pond. Art
J. Bowne and Maude .Verna Harrison-.
GRANT-COBURN-In this city. October 28
1901, by the Rev. George W. Beatty, Frank
S. Grant and Sarah E. Coburn, both of San
Francisco. '-.• . - . - -\u25a0 \u25a0 - -
Agar, JohnfB. Haughton, Annie
\u25a0Ahrens, Lou C." Levy. Davis
Brennan, John McGlew, Annie
Bruml, M. . McGuire, Francis C.
Buck, Nettie D. Robinet, Eugene \
Cronacher, Carl Shepard, Joi.n L. N.
Dorland, James F. Southern, Ella J.
Fails. Jessie L. Stewart. Mary
Fletcher. Edward N. Thomas, Mrs. Maggie
Foppiano, Giovanni Wieboldf Herbert E.
Gleason, Patrick W.
AGAR— In this city, October 28, 1901, John Ed-
ward Agar, a native of Washington, D. C,
aged 77 yearn.
ItyFriends are resDectfully - Invited to at-
tend the funeral services to-day (Thurs-
day), at 2 o'clock, at his late residence, 324
Bartlett street. , Interment private, Laurel
Hill Cemetery.
AHRENS— In this city, October 29. 1901. Lou
C. Ahrens, beloved daughter of Charles F.
and the late Louisa Ahrens. sister of Ber-
tha Ahrens, and niece of Mrs. II. Hartman
and J. G. Klemm, a native of San Francisco,
aged 24 years 6 months and 13 days.
IC^Friends tnd acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day
(Thursday), . at 2 o'clock, from Native Sons'
Hall, 414 Mason street, where services will
be held by Buena Vista Parlor No. 68, N. D.
G. W. Remains at the funeral Darlors of
Charles H. J. - Truman & Co., 318 -Mason
street, between O'Farrell and Geary.
OFFICERS and members of Buena Vista Par-
lor No. 68, N. D. G. W., are hereby notified
to attend the funeral of our late sister. Lulu
Ahrens, to-day (Thursday), at 2 o'clock, from
Native Sons' Hall. 414 Mason street. By
order " ALICE TICOULET. President.
MRS. H, M. GREENE, Secretary.
BRENNAN— In this city, October 30, 1901, John
Brenuan, a native of Ireland, aged 56 years.
BRUML— In Lockford, Cal.. October 27. 1901.
M. Bruml, beloved husband of Len* and
father of Julius and Henry Bruml and
Emilie Daly, a native of Austria, aged 78
years 7 months and 9 days.
. C?' Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-dav
(Thursday), at 10 o'clock, from the Masonic
Temple, corner Post and Montgomery streets,
under trie auspices of Fidelity Lodge No. 120.
F. and A. M. Interment Home of Peace
Cemetery, by 11:30 o'clock train from Third
' nnd ' Townsend streets. ~.
BUCK— In Pasadena. October 29. 1901, Nettie
•D.;, beloved daujshter of John A. and the late
Matilda E. Buck, and sister of Emma M.,
Charles. H., John A. Jr., Walter E. %nd Viola
M. Buck, a native of San Francisco, aged 28
" years. \u25a0 '
C? Remains will be at the family residence
in San Rafael on Friday. Interment private.
Please omit flowers.
CRONACHER— In this city, entered into rest.
October 25. 1901. Carl Cronacher. father of
Charles Cronacher, a native of Bavaria, Ger-
many, aged 64 years. • ,.- —
DORLAND— Passed away, in this city, October
30, 1901. James F. Dorland. beloved husband
of Kate S. Dorland. father of Alma E. Wood-
man, and brother of R. H. Dorland, a na-
tive of Canada, aged 67 years 7 months and
12 days.
K?"Notice of funeral hereafter.
FAILS— In this city. October 28. 1901, Jessie
L.. beloved daughter of Augusta Abbott and
•the late Joseph Fails, and sister of.Hattle
Fails and Mrs. P. H. Buchholz. a native of
Arizona, aged 17 years 5 months and 11 days.
ETFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day
(Thursday), at 8:30 o'clock, from the parlors
of McFadden. McBrearty & Green. 1171 Mis-
sion street, thence to Sacred Heart Church,
where a requiem mass will be celebrated for
' the repose of her soul at 9 o'clock. Inter-
ment Holy Cro«s Cemetery.
FLETCHER— In Oakland. October 28, 1901, at
18 Chase street. Edward Nelson, husband of
Mary Fletcher, and brother of William
Fletcher, Mrs. W. J. Clark, Albert Neukom
and the late Lizzie Neukom, a native of
Ohio, aged 35 years.
(C7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
to-day (Thursday), at 1 o'clock, at his
late residence, 18 Chase street. West Oak-
land. Interment Mountain View Cemetery.
FOPPIANO— In • this city, October 29, 1901.
Giovanni Foppiano, a native of Italy, aged
50 years.
GLEASON— In Oakland. October 30. 1901, Pat-
rick W. Gleason. beloved husband of Mar-
garet J. and father of Delphina I. and Fran-
cis J Gleason. and brother-in-law of James
Farrell. a native of Troy, N. Y., aged 49
.years S months and 22. days. .
HAUGHTON— In this city, October 30, 1901,
Annie, beloved daughter of James and Annie
Haughton, and niece of Peter Kehoe, a na-
tive of San Francisco, aged 2 years 3 month*
and 21 days.' /
LEVY— In Boise City, Idaho. October 3, 1901,
Davis Levy, brother of the late Bemhard LA
Levy of San Francisco, a native of Kurnik,
Prussia, aged 73 years and 2 months.
CTTriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-day
(Thursday), at 10:30 o'clock, from the funeral
parlors of.N. Gray & Co., undertakers. 641
Sacramento street, thence by funeral tr.aln
at ll - 30 o'clock from Third and Townsend
streets to Hills of Eternity Cemetery, San
Mateo. where services wlll.be conducted.
(Successor to Flannaean & Gallagher.)
20 Fifth st., opposite Lincoln School.
Telephone South 80.
Mt. Olivet Cemetery,
San Mateo County.
. J. HENDERSON. Manager.
Eugene McGinn. McGINN" BROS.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers,
Telephone South 252. San Francisco.
No Connection With Any Other House.
27 and 29 Fifth gt. Tel. South 167,
Finest Equipment at Moderate Rates.
. . \u25a0 *
Formerly with McGinn Bros., has opened
new Funeral. Parlors at 214 Eddy st., bet.
Taylor and Jones. Telephone South 576.
• Samuel McFadden, 18 years manager fcr
the United Undertakers' Association; M. J.
McBrearty, with the same company for 10
years; P. F. Green, late with J. C. O'Con-
nor. & Co., have opened new Funeral Par-
lors at 1171 Mission street, between Seventh
and Eighth. Telephone 'South 44.
The Odd h el lows' Cemetery Association
Point Lo bos ave.. S. F., Cal.
The ordinance prohibiting burials In San
Francisco after the first day of AukusL 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 the
Board of Health the same as heretofore.
: OKORGB R. . FLETCHER. Manager.
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(Successors to William J. Dlngee.)
. -~ <J* '"* *i
\u25a0 AUCTION.
*J Sredal Credit Sale of
33 C8 38 38
mzi . /
Facing - West Stx-ee-i.
Market Street,
35th Street and 36th Street.
SATURDAY, November 2, 1S0L
At 2 p. m.
These lots are surrounded by new homei
and more, are In course of construction.
The street work is complete. Terms only
1-5 cash: remainder in easy Installments.
Carriages at office for inspection .of property.
Offlce open evenings bv appointment
Installment or flat loans negotiated for home-
For catalogues and other particulars apply to
(Successors to William J. Dingee.)
Real Estate Auctioneers,
903 Broadway, Oakland. \u25a0 '
$375 CASH. $8 60 monthly: 3-room cottage; sta- ;
ble. barn, shed, chicken-houses; good well of
water: two-thirds acre, more or less; all
fenced; fine soil; no fogs nor cold winds;
some trees and shrubbery; adjoining East
Oakland; price $850; over 300 chickens, 6
geese. 12 ducks, 24 pigs, horse, wagon and
cow; assorted family orchard, all fenced;
stock at a bargain; see 'this at once; there's
ia fine living in it; call or send for circular.
J435 Seventh st, opposite Broadway station,
Oakland. H. Z. JONES. Land Owner.
TENTH, 572 — Beautiful sunny rooms; excellent
home table; terms moderate: references.
AN Introduction to you from H. Schellhaas, tha
furniture dealer. 11th and Franklin. Oakland.
A^5cOTHING~Tlk«~Tn pleasant sunny~EUite
with kitchen, all complete for housekeeping,
$20; other rooms reasonable. St. James, Mc-
Allister and Laguna sts.
CALIFORNIA. 1527— Sunny furnished house-
keeping rooms to let; gas and bath.
EDDY. 743—2 sunny rooms for housekeeping;
private; phone.
1 EDDY, 939 — 3 or 4 furnished or unfurnished
sunny rooms; private residence; conveniences;
FIFTH, 353— Furnished housekeeping; two. $12;
three, $15; three, $16; also single. $4, $5 and up.
GOLDEN GATE ave., 409— Front alcove and
kitchen completely furnished.
GOLDEN GATE AVE., 641—1^ bright sunny
rooms for housekeeping; basement. Call
from 9 till 10:30 a. m.
HOWARD, 1063—2 sunny connecting completely
furn. rms.; running water, range, etc.; $10.
LANGTON. 256^4—3 sunny, nicely furnished
rooms for housekeeping; private family.
McALLISTER, 536— Sunny furnished suites; gas
range, sink, laundry; ground floor; $12, $15.
MISSION. 1126%— Sunny housekeeping rooms, $2
and, $2 25. \u25a0
OAK. 119 — 2 front basement rooms, furnished
for housekeeping, $10; single room, $7; sunny.
PAGE, 1138— Two unfurnished housekeeping
rooms; bath; closets, pantry, etc.
POLK, 1002—3 and 5 room suites, completely
furnished for housekeeping; cheap; reference.
POWELL, 1401— Large sunny bay-window room;
also 2 rooms for housekeeping; gas and bath.
STOCKTON, 1307— Nice furnished rooms for
housekeeping; very cheap.
TEHAMA, 478, near 6th— 2 sunny front rooms
for housekeeping; no children; |9.
THE St James, cor. Laguna and . McAllister
sts.— Large, well-furnished single room, $8;
handsomely furnished suite for light house-
keeping, $15; handsomely furnished corner
suite for light housekeeping, extra kitchen in-
cluded; select home for families; near park.
A BRANCH offlce for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at 1035
Valencia st.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
r»ceived at Call branch offlce. 2200 Fillmore ft.
; \u25a0
ROOMS TO LET— Furn. and Unfurn.
ARGYLE Hotel, 234 McAllister— New, elegant,
Gunnw grill attached; country visitors nnd no
place like the Argyle; take McAlllster-st. cars.
25c to $1 per night; $1 25 to $5 per week and
light housekeeping rooms; open all night. 1
AT Shasta House, 246 Third — ZOO rooms; newly
renovated; 25c to 75c. tl to $2 week.
A SUNNY suite, and singles, neat and clean,
bath. • phone. Prices low. 332 Stockton. -
BURNETT, 1426 Market (old No. 1364)— Fur-
• rushed mt., suites, single; also rinfurnished.
BUSH, 788— Furnished rooms for gentlemen at
$7 and $S per month; private; references. '
CLIFFORD, 204 Ellis, corner Mason^-Elegantly
furnished sunny rooms; prices reasonable.
EDDY, 210— Newly ' furnished parlors suitable
for two gentlemen; gas and bath. --
EUGENE. 265 O'Farrell— New Housed fireproof,
-new furniture; electric ; elevator; ' 25 private
. suites : with bath ; baths free ; first-class." = 1 »
FOURTH, 353— Sunny rooms; gas and bath;
call after 6 p. m. '
A— ELEGANT corner store, new complete fix-
tures. grocery and bar. 999 McAllister st
ROOM, lleht, phone for designer or
card writer: *5. Inquire 1008 Mission st.
OIL. , " •.
OIL tanks, second-hand. In good order; all
sizes: cheap. H. S. WHITE. 516 Mission Bt. -
H. JEROME FOSELLL scientific palmist. 51S
Taylor St.. bet. Geary and Post; tel. Black S61
N"EERGAARD. president St. Germain College.
reads from 1 to 5. 700 Post; phone Hyde 2S33.
J C. R^»MA7NE."e40^r^rXv^.Tp^one~Polk'l423;
begt quality work; lowest prices; get figures.
W ANTED — Partner who understands bees. Par-
tlculars address Adam Miller. Vallejo/ CaJ.
INDIAN baskets Indian relics, curios and an-
tiques bought. NAT RAPHAEL, 118 Geary
Et.. largest curio 6tore in America; visitors
welcome; Indian baskets from ?1 upward.
AN elegant line of remnants for suits .to or-
der. SIS; with, these suits we make an extra
pair pants free of charge; other suits on in-
stallments, fl weekly. L. LEMOS, 1117 Mar-
ket Bt, between Seventh and Eighth.
MRS. BRIGGS, dermatologist — Superfluous hair,
moles, other facial blemishes permanently re-
moved without pain or scars by the latest
electric appliances. 968 Sutter; tel. Larkin 3171.
ONE BOTTLE of Pinus will cure any case of
rheumatism, eciatica, neuralgia or gout; price
$2 SO per bottle. For circulars. Plnus Med.
Co.. 734 Valencia St.. S. F.; tel. Church 157L
ELECTRIC light in every room— Winchester
Hotel, 44 Third Et, near Market; 700 rooms;
23c to $1 50 per night; $1 60 to $6 per week;,
free 'bus and baggage to and from the ferry.
WHY Guess? You can be certain of style and
fit oy using Standard Patterns; Nov. patterns
and The Designer now ready. J. tV. EVANS,
Domestic office, 1021 Market st.,- near Sixth.
\u25a0FACE massage, complexion beautifying; latest
Continental methods; electric roleau; superflu-
ous hair removed by electrolysis. Mme. Zephey
Kia-ora, parlors 330 Sutter; phone Black 1322.
RAG carpets wove to order and for sale; also
chenille- wove rugs, silk portieres; dealer in
carpet twine, in hank or chain, at lowest
rates. GEO. MATTHEWS. 709 Fifth. Oakland.
THE latest fancy styles of hairdressing for
parties 25c; one price only. G. LEDERER,
123 Stockton st.
ADELINA PATTI'S Beauty Cream. Secret of
continual youth; EOc, postpaid; free demon-
stration; come and see us. Bon-Ton, 324 Post.
McCABE'S Detective Agency handles all legiti-
mate detective business. Emma Spreckels
bldg.. rooms 323-324, S. F.; teL South 3SL
AT cash prices; ladies' tailor-made suits, coats,
silk waists, trimmed hats, skirts, etc ; weekly
payments. C. F. ADAMS CO.. 156 Fifth st.
WHITE enamel iron beds, single, three-quarter
or double, $2 25. EASTERN OUTFITTING
CO.. 1310-1312 Stockton st. near Broadway.
SUPERFLUOUS hair and moles destroyed -with
electric needle. MISS EATON. 1119 Sutter st.
PRIVATE detective work; reasonable rates; 10
years' experience. J. B. RAY, 457 Minna st.
A— IF your hair is falling or you are bald, call on
Dr.G.S.Moore. 332 O'Farrell: send for circular.
Superfluous hair removed free for 1 week by
elec. needle. Dr. Lula Brooks. Mission & 16th.
DR. J. S. POTTS has resumed practice of medi-
cine; offlce Y. M. C. A: building.
ALFREDUMS Egyptian Henna; restores gray
1 hair to its natural color; $1; at all druggists.
WILL pay cash and good prices for old seal-
skins. Box ISOo, Call offlce.
SPANISH lessons given by a native Spanish
teacher; translations. 513 McAllister st.
! LACE curtains cleaned for S5c per pair and up.
: 1277 Mission St.; phone Folsom 2338.
MASQUERADE costumes, play books, wigs:
country orders. GOLDSTEIN & CO..733 Market
500 MEN wanted to order suits for $1 per week.
NEUHAUS & CO.. tailors. 115 Kearny st
TAILOR-MADE suits. f7 50; dress pants. $2 50.
Misfit Clothing Parlor, cor. Bush and Dupont.
OBESITY cured: no dieting; no \u25a0weakening. THE
A'VIDA CO.. 736 Valencia st. bet. lSlh & 19th.
DR. LAMOTTE'S French Corn Paint, the best
corn cure; 21c; all druggists. _ ;.._.-
OLD pold. silver, diamonds and precious stones
bought. J. R. JENKEL. 817 Market st
CHEAPEST and best in America— The Weekly
Call. 16 paces, cent to any address in the
United States or* Canada one year for tl.
WOOD and Ivory Turning. Planing. Shaptng
and Sawing. CARL F. HAAS. 95 Fremont st
DR. C. C. O"DONXELL- Office and residence,
lC21Vi Market et.. between Sixth and Seventh.
DR. WONG HIM. herb doctor, successfully
treats all disease = d 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.
Our bargains in Sunset attract many buyers.
Choicest graded lots with splendid view of
ocean and park from $300 to $300; 1 10 monthly.
$100 to $350— Don't miss seeing our new level
Ocean Boulevard Lots! Installments.
\u25a0 Call at Sunset Branch Offlce, 9th ave., near
H st, every day or Sunday.
CO Lots; $200 to $250 each; Installments.
Secure Level Building Lots
In the Excelsior Homestead.
Near Mission Street Electric Cars.
50 per cent lower than lots sold there.
SO minutes' ride from T^hronicle building.
$S50, $1000 to $2500— 4-room cottages, easy
Room 54, Chronicle building.
FOR sale— $2250; cottage, 6 rooms, bath and
garden. Apply on premises. 1249 Union st,
near Hyde, from 1 to 3.
COTTAGE, 4 rooms and one of 2 rooms; 50x150;
462 DouglaEs st, near 21st; must be sold. Call
alter 2 p. m., or at 310 Noe st
WE have cash buyers for improved property.
DONNELLY & CO.. 632 Market st
$330 EACH— Corner lots: Eugene ave.; frontage
.3 streets; graded; cash or install. SCO Jessie.
FOR sale — Cottage of 4 rooms, large basement
and yard; half cash. 3022 Pierce st
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call,
II pages, in wrapper for mailing, tl per year.
Small tracts, $C0 to $90 per acre, on Rancho
Cctati. Sonoma Co.; future value assured, as
San Francisco is growing: rapidly: location
best for poultry and general farming. , Apply
to The Cotati Co., 302 California st, for pam-
phlets and information. \
J2500— IMPROVED foothill farm. 204 acres; El
Dorado Co.. near R. R. Box 222. CalL
POULTRY and dairy ranches for" sale; write for
free list. C. R. WINFIELD. Petaluma, Cal.
BARGAINS; improved & unimproved property
acquired by foreclosure; J ,i cash. Bank of Ala.
$3500— FINE, large, comfortable, 8-room cottage
with bath and all modern improvements and
ell in good condition; select central residence
location, on Myrtle st; lot 55x125 feet; sunny
front; easy walk from local station; rents for
$24 per month; terms can be arranged.'
. r, . 10C8 Broadway, Oakland.
WE have for sale within 3 minutes' walk of
the City Hall 3 houses, ranging in size from
S to 7 rooms, in different locations; all central
and very desirable and in first-class condition;
well rented for $15 to $22 50 per month; price
$2500 each; full and detailed description of
j each one will be furnished on application.
• 1008 Broadway. Oakland.
HOUSES of every description and price • for
sale or rent. Apply to W. E. BARNARD,
111S Broadway; telephone Main 10. J
RETIRING from business; we are selling out
our etoiJc of pictures, frames, moldings at a
reduction of half oft; must close out every-
thing by Dec. 15. JONES & CO.. 704 Larkin.
FIRST-CLASS second-hand modern engines and
boilers bought and sold. KROGH MFG. CO..
8-17 Stevenson 6t., near First.
ADMINISTRATOR'S eale— Estate of W. A.
Hartter; a full line of photo supplies, grapho-
phones. records, etc. Rm. S13. Examiner bldg.
r 2£?L^ lts ' J10: dress P 1 "'*- ** «. MISFIT
CLOTHING PARLORS. 437 Montgomery st.
A— $3 50 DERBY and Fedora hats, $1 75. Popu-
lar Prtc* Hatters. S30 Kearny bt.. near Pine.
t HP. boiler and 6 hp. automatic engine; com-
plete. perfect. H. S. WHITE. 516 Mission st.
HEADQUARTERS for trunks, bags and dress
tult cates. A. B. SMITH CO.. 128 Ellis Et.
BAR outSt*. showcases; all lengths and eizea.
__JACOB SCHWERDT. £21 Mission et.
PHOTO bargain list No. 17 now ready for
mailing 10s Montgomery Bt.
CASH rexi'ter (Hallwood): brand new; $55; re-
ductlon. H. F. ALLEN. 202 California «t.
BIG prloss paid for sealskin*, full dress & Tux-
edo buits. Portland Loan Offlce. 23 Stockton.
BOATS, launches, rowbeats carried In etoclc*
BAKKr: & HAMILTON. »"*:«.
MAGIC lanterns, new and 2d-hand moving nic-
tures. BULLARD & BRECK. 131 Post st.
engines, all sizes, new and £d-hand,
'and lauachea. J. EL DOAK. Ell Mission Bt.
CAFES— Xew and second hand. THE HER-
MAN SAFE CO.. 417-423 Sacramento Bt.
ENGINES and boilers: second-hand machinery.
J. BUPKE. 1T9 Beale Bt.
FAIRBANKS' 10-ton hay scale; Jeweler's eteel-
•\u25a0ined 6t.fe. perfect order. 216 California et.
CENTLEAIAN wishes typewriter in good con.
dition. Box 1D55, Call office.
WANTED!)— Second-hand upright t>!ano for
cash. H. L. WHITEHEAD. 1706 Market Bt.
TILTON wants good second-hand clothlnz and
theatrical goods. 154 9th St.; tel. Folsom 2Z22.
$3u0.bOU at 6 per cent in sums to suit. City and
Oakland, town and country property; eecoud
mortgages, life insurance & securities. Loans
on unsettled estates, undivided interests in
real esvate and legacies. We will purchase
any of above securities. Tel. Red 5024. MAN-
HATTAN LOAN CO.. 7th floor. Croch^r bldg.
A NEW idea in the mcney-lendicg business i*
being tried by the Portland Loan Office. 25
Siocktoi St.; phone Bush 4S4. If you need
money phone us and the manager of our
loan department will call on you and loan
you menty at low rates on your diamonds,
watches, sealskins, etc.. or else you can call
at cur office. All business confidential.
First, second and third mortgages
Undivided interest in real estate in probate..
Mortgages and legacies bought; no delay....
, ..Get my terms before doing business elsewhere.
I 14 Montgomery St., room 3
|.T".\Cy> — EASTERN capital to loan at low rate
en California securities, first or second mort-
gages, city or town properties, undivided In-
terests :.n real estate, legacies, etc.. also first-
cia*s ranch property; will loan as high as 71
l«rr cen-: of real value. W. L. HARPER, 337
Parrott building.
ANT proposition, any amount; 6 per cent; first,
second and« third mortgages, estates in pro-
bai«L. irterest in estates, legacies, undivided
interests, securities, manufacturing and mer-
cantile Interests, rorporation loans. Room 16,
1st floor. Chronicle big. GEORGE E. OLSEN.
HERMAN" MURPHY. 603 Examiner building— |
i5.0uC.G0o at 6% or less in large sums; loans
on e*cond mortgages, estates, etc. ; financial
problems of all sorts and sizes. If your prop-
erty ib mortgaged and you need more money
eee HERMAN MURPHY. 603 Examiner bldg.
ANY pro position : any amount; 6 per cent, on
raortgaj::es. estates, undivided interests.; chat-
tel mortgages, etc. D. J. HALLORAN.
Adams building, 206 Kearny St., room 314.
X2ELIACLE corporation, established 1S65. proper
place tc borrow money on diamonds, jewelry. !
pianos *.nd sealskins at' lowest rate of interest. '
* Gract ave.. near Market St.; tel. Black 5471. i
HIGHLY respectable private place to obtain
liberal advances on diamonds, jewelry at low-
est rates. Baldwin Jewelry Store, S4S Market ,
St.: tel. Main 1644. Branch 19 Third Et.
A MILLION' at 4 per cent; smaller amounts at
6; city or farm property; long time; etate
amount desired and location of property. P.
O. box 2073.
I MUNICIPAL Loan Offlce, 103 Grant ave., near
Geary St.; phone Red 1603.
LOANS on pianos, furniture, no removal, li-
braries, poods in warehouse, et?.; any amount; j
lowest rates : private. Ormsby. 26 Montgomery, j
ON real estate. 1st or 2nd mortgages and on fur-
niture or p:anos without removal; any amount;
lowest rates. Becker & Co.. 26 Montgomery.
E508.OM AT 6 per cent in sums to suit In city;
S15C.C00 on large ranrhes at fair rates: second
mortgages. R. J. MERCER & SON. 412 Pine.
CASH leaned to salaried people on note with-
out indsrser or on mortge^es at 6 per cent per
annum. MORRELL. €59 Examiner building.
LOWEST rates on furniture, etc., by private
party; no removal; no commission; conflden-
tial. Koom 3. Conservatory bldg., 301 Jones.
ON furnltu^. pianos; no removal; money
quick; lowest interest; easy terms: no broker-
are; reliable party. 1170 Market 6t, room 68.
ifc on furniture and pianos; $15 up; no removal;
no commission; piixate. Room 81, 6 Eddy st.
• X^owest rates, furniture, piancs; no removal; no
commis. ; confidential. tYhitehead, 1706 Market.
ON furniture, pianos; lowest rate; no removal;
strictly private. LICK. 116 McAllister st.
ONE per cent on furnfture: $5 a month on each
tUKX); any security. 302 Montgomery et.. r. L
IF you T.-ant a home I will loan you money to
buy it. A. E. Rl'DELL, 222 Sansome st.
OX -SALARIES without irdorser: other propo-
sitions, s. F. Discount Agency, ]« Phelan big.
THE TOUSLEY Company; loans and dis-
r counts, an Parrott building.
i>OANS money on salary; no Indorser; Eastern
plan. •JVestgrn Loan Co.. 309 Pbelan bldg.-
AGAIN "* - e remind you that cur piano stock,"
both n<:w and second hand, is the largest
west oi Chicago and includes the most re-
liable makers to choose from. New pianos
told upon easy payments of $6 per month;
come good piano* for $3, $4 and $3 per month.
6HER21AN. CLAY & CO.. Steinway dealers,
corner Kearny and Sutler sts.. San Fran-
cisco; corner Broadway and Thirteenth et..
ALL highest grades sold by the Heine Piano
Co.. sole agents most famous and oldest Amer-
ican makes; easy payments; big allowance for
second-hand pianos; rents $2 up allowed: bar-
rainE. 525 up; Steinways, $185; Chlckerings,
J135; 50 others; agents wanted. We pay your
fare to and from any part of California if you
purchaiie. 217 Geary et.
Second- band upright pianos from £5 up. -
Second-hand sauare pianos from $50 up.
Second-band organs from $25 up* new up-
right DlanoB from J175 up. BENJ. CURTAZ
& -SON, 1C to 20 OTarrell. Chickering. Ma-
son and Hamlin. Vose. Sterling pianos.
AN unusual chance to get a good piano for a
low prit« is offered any one who will call on
us at o.ace; we will ehow how you can save
from {100 to $130 In buying from us; we want
your patronage and are willing to pay for It.
ket mU
ANY pia:io sold by us taken back any time
within I yean and full purchase price al-
lowed co a n«w peerless Knabe at regular
price; costs you only 20c a day to buy a
d piano from us. KOHLER & CHASE. 30
O'FarreJl St.: established 1850.
SMALL Weber upright, $125; elegant walnut
case, Knabe upright, almost new; also Steck.
oak ca»»; Hardman equere. Sir.; organs. 125
up. BOWERS & SON. 23 Fifth St., IVER3
& PONI> and A. B. CAMERON. Agents.
A FACT worth remembering is this, you get
your meney's worth when you buy a piano
from ts*: we sell the famous Decker & Son
end Ba-imeirter: c*Fh or payments. THE
A FIRM'S failure to realize on account of
strike h£L« placed two carloade of high-grade
pianos In etorage to be sold at Eastern fac-
tory prices; Fecond-hand pianos for a song.
WILSON'S STORAGE. 1706 Market St.
PIANOS— The mest modern and up-to-date;
Steck. Everett. Conover, Packard. Ludwig.
Hart /nan and many others: wholesale and re-
tall. The Wiley B. Allen Co.. 933 Market St..
£. F-: <Branch Store. 851 Broadway. Oakland).
LAP^GEST etandard upright piano; llttl* used;
going East account death; sacrifice. 502 Eddy.
NEW piano, pianola and music on sale; great
bargain; party going away. 217 Geary st.
ETEINWAY upright, necond-hand. wanted for
cash; state price. Box 1S58. Call offlce.
$25— HERTZ piano; pood for practice; Schaller
upright, nearly new. J9>. - 217 G«ary st.
EfPERIOIt violins, zithers, old and new.' H.
MULLER, maker, repairer, 2 Latham place.
BOHMER. Byron Mauzy. Lester Hamilton,
_^Ptelmann pianos. S08 Post Et.
fCc*PD necond-hand upright for eale cheap, j
SCHMITC. 16 McAHUter et. ,
ELEGANT piano as good as new; standard
make; a Eacriflce. Hornung's. 216 McAllister.
AT KEEFFBrs. 22 Turk et.. near Market—
Shonlnger. Schubert and Steinway bargains.
ELEGANT new upright pianos for rent, S3 per
too. 8COTT-CURTAZ Piano Co./ 660 Hayes.
ROOMS TO LET — Pnrn. ana Unfnrn.
transient; baths.. Mrs. King. Turk & Taylor.
' FRONT room, suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen,
with private family. 537 O'Farrell. st. ;
GOLDEN GATE AVE.. 641— Bright sunny and
nicely furnished room for gentleman; bath.
Call from 9 till .10:30 a. m. , ._ •
GEARY, 405. The Navarre— Klegantly furnished
suites and single; travelers accommodated.
GOUGH ' 1613— Nicely furnished sunny rooms
•with hot and cold water; gas; bath.
i HOTEL ST. DENIS \u25a0 (European plan). 24 Turk
Bt., near Market— Central location; new build-
ing; elegantly furnished; strictly first-class;
50c per day and upward; special rates by the
week or month; best in the city; references;
take Market-st. cable , cars to Turk at. . ,
HYDE, • 808 — 2 sunny rooms in handsome pri-
vate residence; very select; gentlemen. .
LARKIN, 804— Sunny front room nicely fur-
nished; 1 or 2 persons; gas and grate; $7 & JS.
LEAVENWORTH, 227— $10; large . furn. light
front rooms; closets; run. water; cor. house.
MINNA, 667, corner Eighth— Newly furnished
bay-window room; $1 per week; transient.
MISSION, 1738—4 sunny sldl rooms furn. com-
plete for housekpg. ; private family, bath; $10.
NEW ARLINGTON. 1015 Market st.
NICELY furnished sunny room, $S; "Western
Addition. Box 1574. Call office. \u25a0
O'FARRELL, 1 20— Sunny furnished rooms and
offices; elevator; elec. lights; day, week, mo.
ROYAL House. 126 Ellis— Incandescent light;
resiling-room, smoking-room and ladles' par-
lor" rooms, per night. 35c to. $1 50; week, $2 to
IS; month, $8 to $20; elevator on ground floor;
rooms with hot and cold water; baths.
SHERMAN Apartment House, 28 Eighth st.,
near Market— Furnished or unfurnished.
SILVER. 127B— A fine room for 1 or 2; use of
bath; $10.
SntTH. 232^— Newly furnished rooms to let.
SUTTER. 320% (The Stanford)— Suites from $3
to $7; singles $2 to $5 per week; transient.
SUTTER, 1105— Large, sunny rear rooms;
closet; running water; $S and $9 a month.
WANTED— Gentleman to room, rent $6. with
Spanish family; reference. 925 Jackscn st.
CLASSIFIED advertisements and subscriptions
received at Call branch offlce. 2200 Fillmore st.
A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and
subscriptions has been established at - 1096
Valencia st. \u25a0>
THE CECILERNE, 930 Van Ness ave.
BOARD and room for two in elegantly fur-
{ nlshed home; billiard room andVelephone. 25
Baker st. \u25a0 /*
THE CORBIN. 836 Butter St.— Rooms single and
en suite; private baths; all rooms sunny; ex-
cellent table. \u25a0•:?'.\u25a0•
VAN NESS ave.. 850— Handsomely furnished
rooms, with board; use parlor, piano, phone.
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.
O'FARRELL, £05 (Johnson House)— Exception-
ally fur. suites; beautiful grnds: table board.
CALIFORNIA. 807 (Stevenson mansion)— Select,
family hotel; exceptional table ; attractive rms.
SUNNY bay-window room, with board for 1
or 2 ladies, reasonable. 237 Eleventh st.
CHEAPEST and best In America— The "Weekly
Call. 16 pages, sent to any address in the
"United States or Canada one year for {1
WANTED— Room and board In private family
for an old lady; not to exceed $15 per month.
Address MRS. M. PAUL, 453 Ellis St., City.
GERMAN couple wants board and lodging
across the bay in plain family. 916 Capp st.
RIUM, 1206 Market St.; treatment free; only
invention in the world that will not torture.
THE following children have been received in
the S. F.' Nursery for Homeless Children, 1334
Mission St., since July 1, 1901: Albert Haight,
half -orphan, age 5 years 2 month*; -John B.
Conway. half -orphan, age 3 years 1 month ;
Edwin £>uggan, half-orphan, age 5 years 7
months; George Kelly, half -orphan, age 1
year 1 month; infant girl 1 day old.
BAD tenants ejected for $4; collections made;
city or- country. PACIFIC COLLECTION
CO.. 415 Montgomery st., rooms 9-10; tel. 6580.
DISEASES and ailments of men treated: con-
sultation free. American dispensary, 514 Pine.
CHEAPEST and best In America— The Weekly
Call, 16 pages, sent to any address in the
United States or Canada one year for $1.
ALL kinds bought, sold and repairing guaran-
teed. Chas. i'lambeck. 1915 Mission, nr. lath.,
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.
office Post and Powell sts.; tel. Main 5713.
GOLDEN WEST Storage Warehouse. 840 M(«-
eion 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 1840; shipping at cut rates.
sell better machines for leca money than any
house in the city; rentals, $3. The Typewriter
, Exchange. 638 Callfprnla; telephone Main 266.
WEBSTER Typewriter Inspection Co.— Expert
typewriter doctors :estimate free. 209 Sansome.
NOTICE to creditors— Estate of EDWARD
HARMON SHELDON, deceased. Notice is
hereby given by the undersigned, WALTER
D. K. GIBSON, administrator with the will
annexed of the estate of EDWARD HARMON
SHELDON, • deceased, to the creditors of
and all persons having claims against the
said deceased, to exhibit them with the
necessary vouchers, within ten (10) months
I after the first .publication of this notice, to
the said administrator, at the offlce of
Morrison & Cope, room 123 CrocUer building,
at the northwest corner of Market and Mont-
gomery streets, San Francisco, California,
the same being his place for the transaction
of the business of the said estate in the
city and county of San Francisco, State of
WALTER D. K. GIBSON, administrator
- with the wlU annexed of the estate of ED-
Dated at San Francisco. Octobar 16, 1901.
PROPOSALS for Subsistence Supplies.— Offlce
of Purchasing Commissary, San Francisco
Cal., October 30, 190L— Sealed proposals for
furnishing and delivering of such .quantities
of subsistence supplies, . delivered at such
\u25a0wharf or such warehouses in San Francisco
Cal., as per circular, to be seen at this offlce'
will be received here until 11 o'clock a. m.,
Tuesday. November 19, 1901," and opened im-
mediately thereafter in presence of bidders.
-Specifications, general instruction to bidders
and blank form of proposal will be furnished
to established dealers on application to W H
BALDWIN. Major and C. S., U. S. Army,"
Purchasing Commissary. \
The followlne marriage licenses were issued
- Ell Smith, 23, 33 Washington - avenue, and
Lcnna Epperson, . 25, 219 Golden Gate avenue.
"William A. Nugent, 30, Alpena, Mich., and
Fannie L. Kaufmann, 18, 2412 Greenwich street
David J. Evans, 21, 44 Third street, and Jen-
nie A. Williams, 21, 438 Church street.
Alfred A. Smith, .?7, 343 Clement street, and
Thedora E. • Sawyer, 20, 2935 . Jackson street.
James A. Moore, 25, i 1474 Page street, and
Margaret E. Farrell, 21. 127 Lexington avenue.
Clarence E. Vaupel, 34, city, and Lillian M.
Esper, 27, city. \u25a0:-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0
Henry L. Meloche, 24, 123 Harriet street, and
Alfredn. L. Schureen, 18, 6V4 Freelon street.
Frnncis A. Jaccard. 27. 2011 Webster street,
and Pauline A. Husson, 19; 2011 Webster street.
Frederick H. Pearson, 32, 1063 Pacific street,
and Mary Raphael, 20. .1063 Pacific street.
Joseph Truttmann. 34, 1406 Polk street, and
Mary Steyer, 22, 1261 Ellis street.
\u25a0 George H. Gibson, 37. city, • and Nanette
Beck, 25, Alameda. .
Aizic Ghidalovici, . 25, v 42 Mcbs street, and
Golda Horenstaln, 20, 42 Moss street.
Yee Ah Sing,' 32, 741 Sacramento street, and
Chan Kim Fong. 25. 817 Washington street. .
* - — '\u25a0 — .. \u25a0 •
Birth, "marriage' and death: notices sent by
mail will not be inserted. They must be hamled
in at either -of -the publication offices and be
Indorsed with the , name < and residence | of per-
sons authorized to have the same published. '
;".'.; \u25a0\u25a0.\u25a0\u25a0.'\u25a0/\u25a0<; -'\u25a0 ••.'"'V-;BOBW. : \u25a0';\u25a0-; '.-,\u25a0 '. \u25a0\u25a0' [
HOFFMAN— In_Eay View. ' October 27. 1901, to
- the wife of Louis Hoffman,- a daughter. • '
WILSON— In this city, : October 20,' 1901/ to the
'wife of ! H.J. Wilson, a son. :

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