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FRIDAT. JL'VY 3.
REAL ESTATE TBANSACTIONS.
E. A. Heron and Myron T. and Marion B.
Holcomb . to P. E. Bowles, lot on N line j cf
Turk street. 137:6 E of Tolk. E 6S:9 by N
137 :«: $15,000.
Heron- Holcomb Company to same, lot on S
line of Eddy street. 123:0 W of Polk, W «5S:«
by S 137:0: ?10. ¦ ¦
Helena Wannenmacher to Solomon Schloss,
lot on S line of Turk etrcet, 137:0 W of La
guna,»W U5:3 by S 137:«; *1O.
James and Aphra R. West to Carl T. Granz,
lot on W lln*» of Fillmore street, 112:6 N of
Hayes, N 'J5 by W 100: $10.
EstHIa H. Brown to Ada F. Brown, lot on
N line of Eilis street, tX) E of Devlsadero, E
00 by N 75; gift. |
!»lmon D. Stein to Michael D. Stein.' lot on
NE corner of Washington and Lyon streets, E
at:3 by N 102:(*U; $10.
William K. Van Alcn (deceased), by O. Z>.
Baldwin, executor, to Margaret Lynch, lot on
E line of Central avenue, 132:7)<r N of Cali
fornia Htreet. N 25 by E 100; JIKOO.
Same to H. R. Newbau-er. lot on S line of
SacramenW street, 186:5 W of Lyon, W 27 by
S 13*J:7M.: $4000.
Sane to Thomas J. Barry, lot on W line of
Lyon street. 82:7' i S of Sacramento, S 26, W
KKt. S 0:4U; W 14:3*i, N 26:4%, E 14:3%. S
:0%. E 100: *.125O.
¦Alice and Claus B^ckmann to W. H. D?gan,
lot on E line of Maple street. fi« N - of Sacra-
I m^nto, N S1;SM by K 112:6;
Henry D. Barlage to Mary Barlage, lot on
, S line of Clinton street, 252:6 E of Dolores,
. E 25 by S 75: $10.
Edwin and Kate Miles to John II. Schleef,
lot on E line of Valencia utreet, 260 N of
Seventeenth. N 30 by E 70: $10. .
Hibernia Savings and Loan Society to John
1>wy«»r, lot on E llm> of Panrhei street, 57. S
of Twentieth. S 28:6 by E 105; $303.
David Condon to Claes V* Llndbers, lot on
N lln* of fixtopnth street. 75 E of Sharon. E
25 by N C5: $10.
Antoine M. M. Furling (Frahm) and I,->ui>!
A. C. Frahm to Anna Frahm 4 wife of Charles),
undivided V» of lot on W lin« of Noe street,
76 N of Fifteenth. N 26 by \V 9«; $10.
Adelaide M. Case to Len D. Owens. -lot on
E line of Mission streot. 40 S «f Twenty-sec
ond. S 40 by E 122:6: $10. •
I.ouls Mctzger. Henry Morgenthau. Pauline
Schoenberg iwife of I/?uls). David and Rosa
Kline. Henrietta Newman. Simon and Fannie
Nordlinger and Leopold Morgenthau to Hulda
and Marcus Goldenson lot on N line of Po
trero («tre«-t. 125 N of Twenty-second. N 25
by W 100; $10
Same to LouUe Pearson (wife of Bernhard>.
lot on W line of Potrero street, 75 N of
Twenty-second. N 50 by W 100; $10.
Joseph A. and Rosle V. Davis to Ellen G.
Hopklnp. lot on W line of Church street. 65
N of Twenty-third. N 25 by W 117:0; gift.
John D. Hopkins to same, same; $1200.
Hibernia Savings and Loan Society to
Edith A Clarke, lot on 8 line of Twenty
sixth street, 231 :5 E of Castro. E 50 by S
Sarah Nesbitt to John J. Christian, lot on
S line of Twenty-third street^ 100 V>' of Noe.
W 25 by S 114; $10.
Isabella Fowler (wife of T. W.) and Annie
Jennings . to MAtteo Brocaks lot on S line qf
Filbert street. 114:D E.of Stockton. E 22:9.
by 8 67:6; $10. * \
Same to Domenico Marmlna. lot on S line
of Filbert street. 02 E of Stockton. S 22:9 by'
S «7; $10. '
William B.- and Ada C. Faville to Henry
Meyer ¦ and John Kepner. lot on S line of
Bush street. 52:6 W, of Powell. W 30 by S
112:6: $10. , .
William J. Jr. and Virginia Vanderbllt - to
Herman Oelrichs. lot on NW corner of Powell
and ; Calif orirta streets. W 412:6 by N 275;
Louisa M. Gros to Henry Stem, lot on W
line of Hyde street. 87:6 N of California, N
50 by W 112:6; $10. •
Henry Stern to Eliza Stern, lot on 'W line
of Hyde street. 87:6 N of California. N 25
by W- 112:6; gift.
Henry and Eliza Stern to Mariana Ber
tola lot on W line of Hyde street. 112:6 N
of California. N 25 by W 112:6; $10.
E. A and Elizabeth D. Heron and MyTon T.
and Marlon B. Holcomb to same, lot on S line
of O'Farrell street. S:6 W of Hyde, W. 50 by S
Kate at."- Delavau or Delavan to Ernesto and
Caterino " Carreggio. lot on N line of ¦ Union
¦street 40 E of Jones. E 40 by N 77:0; $6700.
; Gulieppe and • Rasalla Cancllla to Giovanni
and ' Paolo ' Barozzl, ¦ lot • on '¦ W- line of Baunan
street 77:6 8 of Union, also 77:6 W of Dupont,
S 40 by W 60; $10.
Estate of Mary Ely (by Nicholas Ely. admin
istratorV-to Elizabeth Clinton, lot on W corner
of Ecker and Clementina streets, XW. 40 ; by
SW 30- $2000. . - -
Christine Lunborg.to Thomas and Ellen Fin
npcan lot on E. line of De Haro street, 300 N
of Twenty :Mrd. N 25 by E 100; $1500. .
George M.~Rolph to Frank S. Brittain. lot on
E line of Fifth avenue. 275 N of Lake street," N
50 by E 120: $10. '
v Guy "T. and Stella' Wayman to Oscar Hey
roan lot on W line of Eleventh avenue, 125 S
of Clement Btreet. S 25 by W 120: $10.. i,. ¦¦
••. Fernando and Julia ; A. ' Nelson to Mary A. '
Mason ' lot on E line of Second avenue, 200 S
of B streeV-S 25 by E 120; $ia - • : ¦¦:'•¦ .
s James ; I. • Hogan " (deceased); by Theresa S. :
* ~' V" ¦'<¦ •••-.' ;¦ -
ALAMEDA, July 6.— B. J. Allbrighfs
barber shop on Encinal avenue, between
Park and Oak streets, was burglarized
last night. Fourteen razors, a pair of
clippers and other articles were stolen.
Entrance to the shop was effected by
forcing a window.
Barber Shop Burglarized.
OAKLAND, July 6.— Richard Kalb, a
seaman. In his will, which was filed for
probate to-<Jay. left a "bright silver dol
lar" to any relative of his who might con
test the right of his wife, Elizabeth Kalb.
to his estate. He died lit sea on June 13
and leaves an estate valued at $423). Mrs.
Kalb. who lives at 1366 Twenty-third ave
nue, asks that she be appointed executrix
ol the will.
Bright Dollar for Relatives.
Eleanor .S. Frreborn (owner) with Thomas
W Butcher (contractor), architect G. • A.
Wright— HmtM-irovinK work, taking down
wall? carpenter work and brick work on X
side of a 2-story warehouse on XW corner of
Filbert and Battery streets, X 137:6. W 275,
S 137 :«, E 275:6: $2124.
Holland A and Mary A. Tuttle to Bertha
Leeders. lot on X line of X street. 32:6 E
of Eleventh avenue. E 50 by X 100; $10.
Bertha Leeders to Martin Els. lot on X line
of X street 32:6 E of Eleventh avenue. E 25
by X 10O; '$10.
Hibernia Savingn/and Loan Society to Peter
Tamony Jot on S line of Marshall street. 177 :«
W of Craut W 52:6. S 100. E 27:6. 3 101:8. E
25 X 206:4?i. block 4. College Homestead;
Odd Fellows' Cemetery Association to Wil
liam H. White, lot In cemetery; $75.
A. A. Jr. and Florence B. Moore to C Fred
erick Kohl, lot on SW line of Third street. 85
XW of Mission. NW eo by SW 107. excepting
a portion of lot on Opera, alley, <S Inches on
Third street and 9% inches on Opera alley and
of a varying width on Opera alley; $10.
Paul and Clara A. Oakley to Antonla M.
M. Feiling and LouU A. C. Frahm. lot on E
lino of Seventh avenue. 10S:5*i N of Califor
nia street. X 25 by E 120; $10.
Jeremiah Lynch to Mary Clunln. Catherine
Scott and Clara Lynch, lot on E lln» of
Fourth avenue 100 X of Clement street. X.
25 by E 120; gift.
Charlotte S. and William II. McLaughlin to
George W Scott, lot on W line of Second ave
nue, 250 X of Clement. X 25 by A* 120; $10.
Louis A Rondeau to Marko P. Matcovich,
lot on E line of Third avenue. 200 X of Point
Lobos avenue. X 25 by E 120; $950.
Hattie Simon to Albert Meyer, lot on SE cor
ner of Twenty-first avenue and H street, E 120
by S 600; $10.
Albert Meyer to Albert S. Goldsmith, lot on
W line of Twentieth avenue. 225 S of 1\
street. S 50 by W 120: $10.
City Realty Company to Albert Meyer, lot
on E line of Seventh avenue. 145 S of H
street S 25 by E 120; also lot on E line of
Sixth avenue 35 S of Hugo street. S 75 by
E 95- also lot on E line of Sixth avenue. 35 X
of I street X 75 by E C3; also lot on W line
of Fifth avenue. 35 X of I street. X 125. W
1C0 S 5O E 25. S 75 E 05; also lot on ' W
line of Fifth avenue. 85 S of Hugo, S 25 by
W 95; $10.
John and Blanche E. McGaw to Louis Frled-.
lander. lot en S line of Harlan place. 64 W
of Grant avenue. W 1 by S 44; $800.
Martin and Clarindo Cresalia to Giuseppe
Sanguinetti, lot on S line of Union street. 206:3
W of Mason. W 34:4»j by S 137:6; gift.
Clarindo L. Cresalia to same, same; $10.
Louia and Jennie Friedlander to George M.
Mitchell, undivided 49.50 of lot on SW corner
of Grant avenue and Harlan place, S 44 by W
Hibernia Savings and Loan Society to Jo
seph F. Berlnl and Filomena De Larlvlere. lot
on W line of Mission street. 213 S of Thir
teenth. S 00 by W 100; $7400. |
Mary L. F. Eastman to George M. and Ed w.
F. Eastman. lot on W line of Valencia street.
152 S of Sixteenth. 8 30 by W 8S; also prop
erty outside of county; also affidavits by James
M. Haven supporting deed; gift.
Fannie A. Gunn to Lawrence P. Hourthan,
lot on B line of Guerrero street, 02:8 S of
Twentieth, S 23 by E 100; $10.
Hibernia Savings and Loan Society to Mary
A. Burke, lot on SE corner of Twentieth and
Church streets. E 55 by 3 114; $2150.
Margarethe Hedderlch to Carl H. Hedderich.
lot on E line of York street. 104 S of Twenty
third. S 26 by E 10O: gift.
Carl II. Hedderlch to Hugo Strains, same;
Susan Saunders to Hannah Pearson (wife of
F. O.) lot on E line of Alabama street, 104
N" of Twenty-fourth, X 52 by E 100; $10.
Hibernia Savings and Loan Society to James
F. Bradley, lot on SE corner of Twenty- fifth
and Bryant streets. E 25 by S 90; $1770. •- •
William and Jane Wallace to Timothy W.
and Mary Ward, lot on E line of Vleksbunc
street. tf5 N of Twenty-third, X 32 :« by li
Hibernia Savings and Loan Society to Wil
liam D. Chick, lot on X line of Liberty street.
80 E of Church, E 25 by X 114; $925.
Same to Thomas Pennlngton, lot on X line
of Twenty-sixth street, 240 E of Diamond, B
40 by X 114: $10.
Johanna Heenper (Oser) to Charles II. Eg
gebrecht, lot on W line of Baker street, 27:6
S of Turk, W 110 by S 27:6; $10.
Thomas H. and Mary J. Cooper to Chauncey
S. Blair, lot on X line of Sinter street, 60 W
of Lyon, W 25 by X 112:6; $10.
Daniel Einstein to Adelaide M. Case, lot on
W line or Lyon street, 50 N of Pln%, X 23 by
W 100; $1500.
Estate of William K. Van Alen (by O. B.
Baldwin, executor) to Louis Frtedlander. lot
on N line of Sacramento street. 69:11 of Cen
tral avenue, E 50 by X 127:S»4: $10.
Frank J. and Clara Mayhew to John and
Ida M. Chalfant. lot on W line of Clayton
street. 210 X of Frederick, X 25 by W 125; $10.
Hcgan, executrix. to.F. J. Klerce. lot on W
line of Forty-fourth street. 100 N of L. N 25
by W 120; also lot on E line of Forty-fifth
street, ICO N of L. N 25 by B 120; *330.
Albert C. Alken to Alexander Warner, lots 3,
6 and ?. block 15. University Extension Home
stead Association; $£*>.
Edgar R. Bryant administrator of estate
of . Henrietta. F Bryant (deceased) and Berry
man F. Bryant (deceased), by commission, to
same, lot on W line of Glrard street. 10O N of
Silliman, W 240 N 200, E 120. S 100. E 120. a
100. lots 3. 6 and 7. block 15. University Exten
sion Homestead; $2000.
Alexander M. "\Varne» to S. . Duca* Company
(a corporation), lot on SW lino of Girard street.
100 NW of Silliman. SW 240. NW 200. NE 120.
SE 10O. NE 120. SE 100. lots 3, 9 and 7.- block
15. University Extension Homestead;' flO."
James .\ Mitchell to Solomcn Gets, lot on S
corner of Athens street and Persia avenue. SW
150 by SE 200, lots 1 and S, block 74, Excelsior
Homestead; $10. - ¦
Fannie D. Mclllrlach and Effle A. Butter
to Delia Fallon. lot en N line of Golden Gate
avenue. 112:6 W of Lagruna street, W. 25 by
N 1)5; ilO. ¦
Mary J. Smith to Antonio Laiolo. lot on N*
line of Clay street, 215 . B of Flllmore, E 25
by X 127:»ii: $10.
Martha M. McDonald to Thomas J. and EUa
C. Crowley, lot on SW corner of Hayes and
Fillmore streets, S 25 by W 100:3; $10.
George G. and Elizabeth W. Glllesple to Eda
Ickelhelmer (wife of Henry). lot on E line of
DevJsadero street, 125 S of O'Farrell, S 23
by E 80; $10.
Estate of Patrick O'Reilly (deceased) by Al
exander McKay and There.«a O'Reilly, "execu
tors) to H. W. Clark, lot on X line of Post
street, 175 W of Baker. W 25 by X 137 :«;
THE SAN FEANCISCO CALL, TUESDAY.. JULY 7, 1903,
ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE. .
JUST TVHAT TOU ARE LOOKING FOR!
A PRETTY HOME IN ALAMEDA,
Surrounded by Cowers and fruit trees: rear
train and schools; only $2850; lot 75x125.
Nice 5-room cottage and bath. •
ALAMEDA LAND COMPANY.
Tel. Grand 1*61. 1500 Park St.. Alameda.
BERKELEY REAL. ESTATE.
4-ROOM cottage; lot 60x135— $1600.
6 rooms and bath; sunny and modern; rent,
furnished — $40. ; 'C
1 rooms and bath; lot 60x100; V» block to
cars— 12500. ' -' * •.
T rooms; new; street work done; near ln^
,-.' 13750. ,->
Large lot. 124x179: 2 blocks to Shattuck ave.
and Berkeley station— «*000.
Eunny corner near D wight way. 45x135—
Jl^SO. «, ;_-•;.
10 rooms ana bath; sightly place; new home;
Lot 40x125; near station and cars— $3250.
CHENEY & BERRY.
P. O. Block. Berkeley.
and learn «>enFe by being your own landlord.
A new 5-roorn cottage with all modern lm-
j provemente, convenient to station and street
| cars; price $2500; email each payment, balance
same as rent.
O. A. RUDOLPH.
Open Sunday*. Lorln.
HOW ABOUT THIS?
A new 5-room cottage, bath, patent toilet,
etatiosary tube; in good locality; price $1600;
email cash payment, balance same as rent.
O. A. RUDOLPH.
Open Sundays. Lorln.
HI? LOSS YOUR GAIN.
Party leaving town wishes to dispose of new
7-room house, strictly up to date, in goed lo-
cality: this is a snap; price $2550; small cash
payment, balance same a- rent.
O. A. RUDOLPH.
Open Fundaye. . Lorin.
I JSOO — A BERKELEY chicken ranch; 3-room
house; chicken houses, stable, wagon
sheds; lot 90x125. fenced; Vt block from
care ; can sell, on terms.
I 1 13<X>— Handsome well built 5-room house;
hard finished, bath, toilet, high, hard fin-
ished basement; nice lot: snail barn;
close to cars: $300 cart), balance $14 per
month. W. C MORAN. Lorin Station, or
C. C. EMSLIE. Ashby Station.
FOR lease — Beautiful new 10-room house; plate
windows; lovely hill and marine views; gas;
electricity; best neighborhood. 2433 Warring.
! Alex. Murfiock & Co.. Lorin etation. Berkeley—
Real estate brokers, oTrners, builders, etc.
FRUITVALE REAIi ESTATE.
BARGAIN— Fruitvale; lot 35x174; nice 5-room
1 home; pantry, bath, hot and cold water, sta-
tionary tubs. 2 large basement rooms, 2
t large chicken houses: all fenced; good order.
6SS Sacramento St.. S. F.
OFFICE, 1118 BROADWAY. '
OAKLAND REAL ESTATE.
$350 CAPH, $15 monthly — J-room, neat cottage,
pantry eloseta, outbuildings and 1-room
cottage; lovely arbor overspread with fruit
trees of various kinds, all in fall bearing;
own water supply piped over ground*;
shrubbery and flowers in abundance; 8 lots,
lCCxlXX*; sandy loam soil, all fenced; this
U an ideal home: not far from good school.
electric cars and church; away from fogs
end ccld winds; price in all, $1S5O. Call or
tend for circular, 4U Seventh St.. opp.
Rroadway station. Oakland; carriage free.
II. Z. JONES, owner.
GEORGE W. AUSTIN. .
1CC2 BROADWAY. OAKLAND.
$110 to &3C0 down;. 2-story, comfortable house [
of 6 rooms, bath, gas and modern conven-
ience*: newly painted and papered: lot 50x
150 «note the size); barn and well; one
block from Telegraph ave.: easy monthly
payments; liberal discount will be allowed
for all cash over present mortgage of JlOOu,
O A KLAAD FL'RXITURK FOR SALE.
I FURNITURE gwd and cheap this month! H.
SCHiXLHAAS. 4<»> Eleventh St.. Oakland.
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPI.^O.
A NEW apartment house;* furnished and un-
furnifhed rooms; new management; elevator;
hot and cold water. 104U Market, opp. Jones.
AT Mayflower: cut rates now for summer. GOS
3d et.; $5 up; als? beautiful rooms $1 week.
BUCHANAN*. 604 — Two pleasant housekeeping
rooms; pas rpnge; elso alcove FUite, complete.
ELLIS, <i!Jl — Three nicely furnished, sunny
housekeeping rooms; bath; phone.
I FIFTH. Si'I— :: tumi.-hed. -1 beds. $20; 3. $13 50; |
hqusjeiwptosj i. $15; single rooms, $4 up. • j
FOL6OM. 625 — Sunny front suite rooms fur- ;
nisl>efl for light housekeeping, <2 25 weekly. I
FOURTH. 22.T — Nice large room for house-
keeping; also eingie rooms.
GUERRERO. 220— Three sunny nicely furnish-
e<i housekeeping rooms; phone, bath and
F»<= range. j
HERBERT (The)— Sunny apartments for j
housekeeping: gas ranges; just newly fur- '
nUfced. 1530 Polk st. i
HOWARD. 1<HK— 2 sunny, completely furnished i
KEARNY, 1«»4 — 3 unfurnished sunny rooms,
$2«; no children. :•''.:.»>
LARKIN. 71<J — One ro«m for housekeeping; gas
Move; single room $5.
| . j
I LINDEN ave.. 3^2 — Two nice, sunny house- |
ke^pinjf rooms; cheap. ¦ ;
MISPI'»N, M3 — Large front room with double
Ixd and Ftove. $5.
MISSION. S4.1 — Two nicely furnished rooms
for houspk'f^inK; nice yard for children.
OAK. 117— Sunny furnished suite*. $12 and $S;
gas range, hot bath, laundry; single $5;
SACRAMENTO. 13«3 — 1 furnished or 2 unfur-
rished front rooms; new flat.
STOCKTON, 1206— Model housekeeping rooms;
newly furnished; free fas late; sunny; $3
to $12 month. .
SUTTER. 2630 — Sunny furnished and unfur-
nished rooms; light housekeeping; use laun-
dry and bath; no children; rents $0 to $8 mo.
TWENTY-FIRST. 3287— Two furnished rooms;
bay window. Apply 371 Lexington ave.
ROOMS TO LET— Fum. and IJnfurn.
A— ~~~ '
GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC.
ENCAMPMENT. AUGUST, 1903.
The Committee on Hotels and Accommoda-
tions cf the Grand Army of the Republic
CITY ROOM RENTING AGENCY,
1027 !4 MARKET STREET.
To act with the Committee in locating .
visitcrs to the Encampment. In private
rnsidf-nres. boarding and rooming houses.
Householders 'desiring to accommodate visit-
ors are requested to notify, without delay, the
City Room Renting Agency of such accommo-
dations as they have to oCer. None but thor-
oughly respectable houses will be listed, and
the eame will be subject to inspection by a
representative of the Agency, and Jn all
ca«>s must be approved by the G. A. R.
Committee of Management before visitors
will be assigned thereto.
A. A.— ~ ! . ¦ . . ' "
City Room Renting Agency,
- 1027% Market st. Phone Mint 109S
FREE ..i ......' .:...-... FREB
We locate you fre« of charge -
In Rooms with or. without- board.
Housekeeping Rooms, or Hotels. ' .
A— HOTEL NETHERLAND — EUROPEAN
PLAN. 18 TURK ST., 4 DOORS FROM
MARKET; 250 OUtSIDE ROOMS; STEAM
HEAT AND TELEPHONE . IN . EVERY
ROOM; RATES 75c A DAY UP; SPECIAL
RATES BY THE MONTH. : .
A^ HOTEL GRAY8TONE. - . '¦
66 GEARY ST.. PHONE BUSH 880. '
CENTRALLY LOCATED; ELEGANT SUITES.
WITH BATH AND SINGLES.
A— BRUNSWICK House, 14S Sixth— Rooms
25c to $1 per night. $1 25 to $5 per week, and
' llfht housekeeping rooms; open al! night.
AT "Th«- Almonte," 873 Market it.: (or No. 1
Fifth st.)— Rooms. 25c; 50c, $1. *1 50 night;
$1 50 to $10 week; house. open "K night. . -
A LARGE furnished room for. 1 or 2 sentsr"
bath; tunning water; references. 889 Post et. »
«rCSlCAL IXSTRryEVTS — Con.
J?AND Instruments: F. Besson. Paris, maker:
.Gus Malwald. Agt. Pac. Coast, 27S O'Farrell;
' . <k;:irul repairing: 2d-hand Instruments sold.
.'jEEFT renting piano In city for S3 per month.
; SCOTT-CL'RTAZ PIANO CO.. 6C0 Hayes st.
BARGAIN; good upright; must be sold at
' once. SCHMITZ & CO.. 10 McAllister st.
;f"OHMER, Eyrcn Maury pianos. CecUlan piano
player. BYRON MAUZY. 308-312 Post st.
• 1 1 1 ¦
T. SUPERIOR violins, rithers. eld and new. H.
MULLER. taaker. repairer. Z Latham place
• THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.. 331 Market St. —
. t?tecfc. Everett. Luflwig and other good pianos.
*. OFFICES ASP iTOUES TO LET.
; STORE with basement, below Kearay st.. $40.
. Owner. 636 Clay tt.
$250 — PARTNER 5n real estate office; need en-
-eigelle your.« man: one who can attend to
efflce. Apply 131 Montgomery st.. ream 1L
A— FACIAL BLEMISHES REMOVED.
Wrinkles, yellow and flabby sAin.blrthmsrks.
smallpox pitting* and scars scientifically re-
moved without cuttins. massage, electricity or
medicine; special denionetrnUon* this week-
OOl or write DR. L. 'VYII.L1AMS.3~1 Geary.
, MOltPHIN'K. cpiurn and laudanum haLits cured
a't h5me t-y a riainle*e heme treatment; In-
. <!crsed and used by ltauing physicians; corre-
• ependence strictly confidential; in plain, sealed
• Envelope; caM cr write to-day. India Drug
• Cure. 201 Turk £t. ; Bruce D. Klmmls. Mgr.
THE f lar Hair RemMy mton* pray hair, im-
• proves it* i^-owtc; steps Ialling.cure» dandru3
. and itchir.c scalp; no stafsi or btlckinesa;
cleansee fcair; »*«irugKists', hairdressers' ; ac-
«?pt no substitute. StarReine<JyCo..3S<5 Geary.
NOT how cheap, but how pood, is the motto of
. . the manufacturers of the Rapid Rotary
Standard, the few:r-£-machine cf to-day, i.
. W. EVAN'S, agest, 1021 Market Et.
VAjtlCOSE vein* and catarrh cure! at home.
! "<-'ali or write for testimonials. DR. WILL-
JAMS CO.. J40 Geary st.. S. F.
"* PHYSICIAN. 15 veers' experience, cures per-
manently morphine, cocaine habit. Call or
• addrew Central Pharmacy, 251 Grant ave.,
• . corner Sutter t-l. ; fee moderate.
I5ANCINO Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday and
£us£ay eveninss at Teutorua Hall. Howara
* rt., near Ninth; management Prof Foster.
•• ELEGANT suns on easy Installment*: T»0 cents
and up per week. LEON LEMOS. 1127 Mar-
ft., between Seventh and Eighth.
AT less than cost, uncalM for suite, overcoats
° end trousers, at CHARLES LYONS'. London
Tailor, 721 Market #t.
EH? G. ?. KOORC8 Scientinc Hair Bsstoier;
sure for all dipease* cf scalp. 332 O'Farrell tl.
• ' CTS.; ej»ecimen copy Scientinc Marriage.
• Addres* Scientiac Marriage. «C9 Kearny st.
SUITS to order on installment?. SI oer week.
Neuhaus & Cn., noerch.tallcr*.T27-72v» Market.
.-.".. style* hairdrts?!r.e. i5c: hair g-'-xxis: mani-
• • curing 25c. G. LEDEKER. 123 Stockton st.
iuLOR-MADE tu'.t $7 50; dress pant? $2 50.
Mirfit Ciotti^s Parlor, cor. Bush and Dupont.
• feCPEBFIXOUS hair and rno!es removed by
eiertrlc needle. Dr.iMre.Traverse,1170Markel.
HASQUEBADE uustmiif. rlay books, wigs.
• -our.trv ord^r?. C^LI 'STEIN Jk CO.. 733 Mkt.
• ALKREUI'M'S Egyptian H^nna restores pray
hair tu its r-atur-^l color; $1; at ail dri:gg-ists.
Superfluous hair & moles removed with elec-
tric nwdie. Mrs. & M':«s Eaten. 1110 Sutter.
PAPKRHAXCIXC. PAI.VTIXG. ETC.
liOOSIS papred. *3 50 up; tir.ting. painting.
Karrniann Paint Co.. SIS* Sd rt. : teL Main 413
PHYSIC1AXS AXD glRGEOSS.
. £>R- C. C~ODONXELL— Office and reEidence,
1C21** Market tt.. bet. Sixth and Seventh.
IlEMOVEI>— DR. WONG HIM. herb doctor;
treats ail diseases of the human body; for
part four years at 115-117 Mason; now lo-
ceted at CG7 Geary st.. near Leavenworth.
bit. TOXO PO CHT. eucce*»or to Dr. Li Po
Tai. herb doctor; cures all diseases of. human
by use of berbe and teas. 727 Waehlngton Et.
ELOOD. fkin and rectal diseases a specialty.
• PR. BALL. 1C73S Market ct.
WONG WOO. the famous herb doctor— All di»-
. <»e.*«6 fjred by Chinese herhi". 74«-« Clay »t.
HEAL ESTATE— CITY- — FOR SALK.
FOH SALE — Make offer for 6 lots; all level;
•no rradirg nectFyary; a flne location far a
hsnie: close to i?!??ion flectric car: corner
• . Brazil sv*>. and Munich st. ; wili, s«-ll one or
" all. Address A. G. CLAEK. care cf Call
*• ¦• fcuBlness office.
.*. TTIH BT'II.DING OONSTBCCTIOX COMl'A-
. '• NY. r.11-512 Callatchan buil^in?. will buy you
• l . »"lot and build you a house: »mall cash ?-ay-
.¦«n*-nt; fS rier month i^ayF principal and in-
• terest on each JltifjO of balance du?.
WHOLE block cf houses just started rear the
i'ark cn Carl. Cole. EhradT&rarr.asms ave. ;
plans tenrs. prices to t-uit; apply premises.
JAMES ROUXTREE & CO.. 137 Cari Ft.
$1500-^2 NEW fiat* cf 4 and S R. and B.;
' Army St.. tiear Mission; t r i. 410 per month:
• a enap.
flKOO — 2 n»w Hat* of 5 an* 6 R. and B. on
Mission st.. near 2lnh; bal. 554 per irenth.
D. COFFIN A CO.. 1X03 Mission st.
LOT? r.cnh cr south of the rark part-hay-i
by W. J. Gt'XX, M0 California st.
NF/W house* and flats on Second! ave. and C
t-x. for ea!e on easy payments: one b'o~k to
HeAUsxer carr; price* to suit you; open.
A ERANCII office for Call advertisements and
t-ubscripticr.s haa been ectablichei at 10&ti Va-
A WEEK'S news for S cents— The Weekly Call,
16 psg»^, in x\rar';wr. for roslHng. tl \r»T year
HEAL ESTATE Country — For Sale.
ALFALFA lar.'J«, stock ranches, orchards.
vineyards; inspected bargains; monthly cata-
logue cent free. C SI. WOOSTER CO.. 64«
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHAXGE.
GOOD Oakland i-mperty to exchanire for a
. stock rmrefa. P. C. LASFEN 4c CO.. 46«
Tentn st.. Oakland. Cal. ¦
TVPEWKITEnS AXD SUPPLIES.
GREAT BARGAINS IN TYPE WRITERS^ We
pell better machines fcr l»ss money than any
house in the city; rentaU (3. Tbe Typewriter ]
Exchar.ge, &3«i Ca':f.:rala; telephone Main 2t>9. I
A FEW good tjpemrtters at $30 tacb; get par- •
; ttculfcra. L. & M. ALEXANDER. 110 Mont-
• 2t>-HAND type-writers eold. rested, repaired.
• 'Webster Typewriter Ira-pec Co.. 209 Sacsome.
FOR sale ch^ap— One Smith Premier type-
P writer. 1S> Orove st. ,
" ¦"—^ »^— ~— «
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of J. HARRT
BRENNAN. deceased— Notice is hereby
<iven by the undersigned, administratrix of
the *»tat* of J. HARRY BRENNAN. de-
'• ceasci. to the creditors cf and ail persons
bavins claims acalr.st the tail deceased,
to exhibit them with the nec«-ssar7 vouchers
within four months alter the first publica-
tion of this notice to the said administratrix
at the office of A. F. ST. h'URE. room No
1203, Claus Sprecke'.s bulMinc. Kan Fran-
cisco. California, which ealfl office the un-
ierelgned selects as her place of business in
all matters connected ¦ with said estate of J
HARRY BRENNAN. decea»ed. CATIlI
EEINE A. BRENNAN. Administratrix of
the Estate of J. HARRY ERENNAN, de-
ceased. Dated San Francisco, July 3, 1903.
A. F. ET. SURE. Attorney for Estate, Claus
Fpreckels building. Ban Franc! sm.
EAVTNGS snd Loan Society. 101 Montgomery
Et. — The board of directors declared a <UvW
«e&6 fcr tha term ending June 30, 1&03 at
the rate of three and one-quarter <3'- 4 ) per
cest per «t-Tn:m on all deposits, free of
taxes, and payable oa and after July 1, 1903
Dlttdesds not called for are added to and
bear the ttc-.e rate of dividend as th« princi-
pal fresi and after July 3. 1903.
CYRUS W. CARMANT. Cashier.
DIVIDEND Notice — The Gisnt Powder Com-
pany. Con. A dividend. No. 55. of Fifty
cents •:¦ ¦ i per share on the issued capital
stock of the Company has been declared pay-
able at the olfice cf the Company, rooms 202,
2»*4. 206 Hayward Bldg.. San Francisco," oh
July 10th. 1303. Transfer books close July
3rd, st noon. C C. QUINN. Secretary.
DIVIDEND NOTICE— French Savings Bank,
315 -Montgomery st. For the half year end-
,tng June 30. I .">:;. a dividend has been de-
clared at the rate of three and one-eighth
<J^m) per cert per annum on all deposits
free cf taxet; payable cn and after 'Wednes-
day. July 1. 1003. CHARLES CARPY, Prea-
ldent; LEON BOCQUERAZ. Secretary.
PROPOSALS. ' . ;
rROPOSALG will be received at the Bureau of
bupplles and Accounts. Navy Department.
"MWcgton. D. C, until 12 o'clock noon.
July .1. 1IXJ3, and publicly opened immediate-
ly thereafter, to furnish at tbe uavy yards.
Mare Ielsnd. C«I.. and Puget Sound, Wash.,
a quantity of electrical supplies, auts. bolts.
co*L lumber, timber floats, metals, rails,
•" rc *Z; t>pe ' plp * flt «Kgs. ice. separators and
"I'wli 0 * locIs - C1 *»k proposals will be fur-
niehed upon application to the navy pay of.
flees San Francisco. Cal. : Seattle, Wash., or
to the Bureau, a. S. KENNY. Paymaster
. General L. S. N. fi-18-03
?-??/?-^. T -?- I f l3T TTT?'] nrl>t and'TJnfiirn.
BURNETT, 1426 Market— (old No. 1364)— Fur-,
nlshed rooms, suites, single; also furnished.'
CLIFFORD— 2O4 EKis, cor. Mason— Elegantly
furnished sunny rooms; prices reasonable.'
EDDY, 210 — Elegantly furnished sunny rooms;
private; travelers solicited. ¦
. EDDY, 722 — Newly furnished eunny rooms;
en suite or single. -
GRAND Southern, 7th and Mission— Rooms 60c
to $1 BO night; $2 to $6 week; reading-room.
HARRISON. 784H. nr. 4th— Finely fum. sunny
rooms; bath; all conv. ; homelike; $l.wk. up.
HOTEL ST. VINCENT. 541 8ixth — Beautifully
furnished; rooms single or en suite; $1 per
, week up.
. MARKET. 1344, opp. Seventh— Bunny furnished
rooms; central; convenient.
• MILLBRAE House. 359 O'Farrell— New man-
agement; 1st class. J. Collln. late of Avandel.
, O'FARRELL, 20 — Sunny furnished rooms and
offices; elevator; elec. lights; day, week, mo.
, ROYAL Houre, 120 Ellis — Incandescent lights.
reading-room, smoking-room and ladles'- par-
lor; rooms per night, 35c to $1 20; week, $2
to $8; month, *3 to $30; elevator on ground
floor; rooms with hot and cold water; baths.
SUTTER. 1531 — One large, furnished front room
with private bell and telephone.
TO let — A newly furnished front bay-wlndovr
room in new modern flat, with use of bath:
15 minutes from Third and Market sts.; north
Bide of Market; handy to 3 car lines; must
references. Box 13. Call office. N
TUPK. 416, Reglna— Beautiful sunny suites &
single; latest lmpts; lowest rates in the city.
UNITED STATES. 123 Eddy st.. near Market
— 400 single and family rooms; 25c to $1
night; $1 75 to $6 week; elevator: electric
lights; reading-room; free bus and baggage.
. VALENCIA. 1232 — 2 sunny housekeeping rms.;
nicely- furnished; gas and bath.
1 VAN NESS. 519 — Handsome -sunny furnished
suites ; double & single rms.; terms moderate.
VAN NESS. 1021— Large, sunny rocm; large
closets; suitable for two; reasonable; other
; WINCHESTER Hotel. 44 3d St.. near Market—
Most convenient and respectable; 700 rooms;
SSc to $150 night; *2 to $3 week; elevator;
elec. lights free buy; baggage.
ROOMS ASD BOARD.
1 AMOY. THE 901 DEVISADERO ST.
Strictly first-class family hotel: eunny rooms,
suite or sin trie; billiards; steam heat.
VAN NESS. 1714— Select private boarding-
huuse; rooms single or en suite; desirable lo-
cation; all conveniences of home.
OLD Stevenson Mansion, opp. Grace Church,
with annex. S07 California st.— Attractive ln-
< terior; exceptional table; free billiard-room.
SUNNY furnished rooms with board. $5 week;
private family; gas. bath. 827 Mission st.
THE JOHNSON. 605 OTarrell st. — Sunny
suites and gjncle rooms, with board: refs.
, YOUNG gentleman with references desires tp
rent furnished room with private family,
good location: cottage preferred; state terms. \
R. M.. 512 General Postofflce.
STORAGE AXD WAKEimi'SEW.
A^EMPORIUaTTtorage * Van CoTTfurnlturer
household goods stored, moved, shipped. 7-3-
731 Howard et., near Third; phone Grant 161.
PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage & Moving Co., of-
, flee Pest and Powell ft*. ; tel. Priv. Ex. 571.
CONKLIN'S storage — Furniture and merchan-
disc. 333 Golden Gaie ave.: phone East 126.
GOLDEN West Storage: advances made; 810
Mission st. ; tel. Howard 041. . F. \V. Zehfuss.
PACIFIC Storage and Furniture Moving Com-
pany. 2320 Fillmore et.: phone Jackson 281.
BEKINS Van and Storage Co., 11 Montgomery
, St.: tel. Main 1340. Shipping at cut rates.
NOTICE — The secretary of the San Francisco
j Protestant Orphan Asylum Society herewith
: (fives notice that the following orphan and
half-orphan girls and boys have been admit-
ted to the asylum on Halght and Laguna
j pts., from Jan. 1 lf>03 to July 1. MM:
i Mabel G. Clark. S yrs. and 10 mos.-; Dora
j M. Campbell. 9 yrs.; Martha Brown. 9 yrs.
4 mos. ; Annie Brown. 7 yr*. 1 mo. ; Christina :
j Christiansen. 15 yrs.; Lulu A. Deahl. 3 yrs. ; :
I I.oui!e Mohr. 7 yrs.; Alice E. Whightman. 11
i yrs. : Annie Goai>sel. 7 yrs. ; Martha Goassel.
i. 5 yrs. ; Dallas R. Clark. 7 yrs. 3 mos.: Frank
O. Clark. 5 yrs. 2 mos. : Joseph A. Keenan, 3
yrs. 3 mos. ; James Keenan. ~ yrs. ; Herman
Mohr. 5 yrs. 6 mos.; Albert William Whight-
< man'. 7 yrs.: Albert Caldwell. 2 yrs. 1 mo.-;
! Harold W. Anderson. 3 yrs.: Frederick Goas-
t sel. 9 yrs.. and Henry Koenicke. 8 yrs.
! NOTICE is hereby given that the Maria Kip
• Orphanage of 520 Lake St.. San Francisco.
! has received the following orphans, half
j orphans and abandoned girls from January
1 l*t to June 30tn. 1903: Charlotte F. Reeves.
¦ sged 11 years; Edith Mackey Johnson. 9
years; Dorothy Campbell. 9 years: Laura Dale
; Ash. 10 years; Irene Jones. 13 years; Maria
Grunn. 6 years; Violet E. Golledge. 13
years; Margaret A. Golledge. 11 years; Mat-
tie E Goode 11 years; Hazel O. Goode, 6
years; Georgle Davis. 2 years; Maud H.
: Brown. 10 years; Elsie H. Brown, 9 year*;
Ida M. Brown. 6 years; Mary Jane Forsats,
i 18 months.
1 ABANDONED children In St. Joseph's Infant
Orphan Asylum from Jan. 1, 1902, to Jan. 1.
1003: Raymond Welch, age 5% years; Ruby
Welch, age 4S years; Eileen McGlveny, age
4 years; Esther Frsser, age 4 years.
'¦ SAN FRANCISCO.~July «.— The business here-
tofore owned by BEIDERMAN BROS.,
known as "Pacific Heights Bakery," 2225 I
; Fillmore Rt., has been Fold to-H. Kallscher.
; A WEEK'S news fcr 5 cents— The "Weekly Call,
: l*i pag;i»s. In wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year.
CATARRH. DEAFNESS and NOISES In EARS
positively cured; new method; 1 week's treat-
ment free. Dr. Cottingham. 204 Sutter st.
! DR. CARRIE EDWARDS, eye. ear. nose and
j throat. Removed to 428 Eddy st. _'
1 "^ ™^^^ ™ ™ — "^ — — —
i SEWI.NG MACHINES AND SUPPLIES
$15 50 drop-bead oak. guaranteed: second-hand,
$6 to $15; some nearly new; 60 days' exchange
agreement. Chicago S.M. Exchange, 933 Mkt.
St.. bet. Sth snd 6th; phone South 433; eleva-
tor: branch. 285 Geary st. : phone Main 750.
"AUTOMATIC" and ether makes at cut- rates;
reduction on rents and repairs; bought and
j exchanged. Phone Jesslt 3136. 145 f^ith st.
STUTTEKIXG AXD STAMMERING.
MELBOURNE System School. Van Ness and
Market: positive cure for all. Don't dejay.
The following marriage licenses were issued
William D. L. Held, 28. Uklah. and Ethel
Poage, 25, ISO Ellis Htreet.
Emanwl Levene, 27, 1446 O'Farrell street,
and Jennie Levlnson, 22, 1118. Buchanan street.
Ernest W. Gunther, 32, city, and Gussle
Lillenthal. 22. city.
Harry K. Hedges. 27. 1022 Bush street, and
Cora S. Erdman, 2», Anaheim.
John C. Stoll, 35. 1111 Sutter street, and
Margarette gears, 22. 12» Cedar avenue.
James R. Haglns. .'in. Phoenix, Ariz., and
Mary Gearhnrdt. 3». Sonoma.
Jacob Mosley. 23. 8$«3 Illinois street, and
Jessie Taylor, 25, 1220 Vermont street.
Glocomo Parodi, 21, 405 Union street, and
Rosle Lagomarsino, 25. 4 Varennes street.
Francis LyU., 34. 125 Austin avenue, and
Caroline M. McEntee.' 34. 711 »4 Tehama street.
D»mlel F. Leahy. 21. 1028 Treat avenue, and
Julia Flynn. 21.. 968 Hayes street.
Emile Hlrschberg, 36. 420H Post street, and
Gussie C. Soderer, 30. 420V4 Post street.
William C. Litle. 24, Reading, and Rosa Y.
Mills. 24. Anderson. t
William E. Deegan. 27, Stockton, and Del-
flna swindle, 21, Stockton.
Manurl Eilva, 31. Petaluma, and Mary Ma-
chada. 18. city.
Harry L. Ilanton, 25. Alameda, ' and Emily
A. Colldewelch, 21. Livermore.
Bartefemeo Atoboni, 32. 12 San Antonio
street, and Virginia Toso, 19. 10^ San Anto-
Edward F. Whelden, 26, 1351 Webster Btreet.
and Maud E. Dart. 19, southeast corner of
Larkln and O'Farrell streets. .
Fred M. Arata. 24, 010 Vallejo street, and
Amelia V. Barblebri, 22, 754 Brannan street.
Leo II. Gonvales, 24, 851 Golden Gate ave-
nue, and Caroline H. Schneider, 19, 3Xft Hayes.
Birth, marriage 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 tbe same published. '
ELLINGWOOD— In this city, June 27, 1903, to
the wife of A. W. Ell Ing wood, a daughter.
GOSLINER— In this city, June 21, 1003,' to the
wife of T. J. Gosliner, a . son. *t9Ms}fgiQJ9tg
H1NRICHSEN— In this city, to the wife of H.
Hlnrlchsen, ¦> a daughter. ... '. ;•
NIELSEN — In Alameda. June 7, 1903. . to the
wife of Captain Nielsen, a daughter.
SILVA— In this city. June 26, 1903, to the wife
.•of Samuel Silva. a son.. ...'*•• ;. :
BELLIS— THOMAS-^In . this city,' June 23.-
¦ 1903, by the ; Rev. C ' H.\ Stevens , of - the
Fourth Congregational . Church, : John O.' Bel-
- Its and Daisy, E. Thomas, both of San Fran-'
citco. , •,
Nome and \
THE Al FAST
S. S. "St. Paul"
CAPTAIN C. E. LINDQUIST.
(Carrying U. S. Mails)
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
On Saturday, July 11—2 p. m.
Connecting with the Company's Steamers for
ALL BERING SEA POINTS, and at St.
Michael with the Company's River Boats for
ALL KOYUKUK. TANANA and YUKON-
,For Freight and Passage Apply to -
NORTHERN COMMERCIAL CO..
645 Market St., San Francisco.
American xjars. .
New York— Southampton — London. .
Philada.July 15, 10 am) New Yor.Aug 5. 10 am
St. Paul. July 22. 10 amIPhllada.Aug. 12. 10 am
ATX ANTIC TBAUSPOBT J.IHE.
- 9T«w York — london.
Mln'ha.Jul. 11. H:30 am| Mln'tnka. July 25. 6 am
Mesaba.-July IS. 9 amlMinn.Aug. 1. 11:30 am
Only First-class Passengers Carried.
DOMINION T.iwiy. ' ;
•Boston — -Queens town— Liverpool.
New England July 91 New England... Aug. 6
Mayflower . . . .July 16l Mayflower. Aug. 13
Commonw.ealtb.July- 30* wOmmon wealth. Aug.' 27
Montreal — Liverpool — Short sea passage
Canada July 18[Domlnion Aug. 1
Kensington.... July 25! Southwark Aug.- 8
Boston MEDITEBEAHEAIT Service.
Azores, Gibraltar, Naplss, Genoa. -
Vancouver Sat. July 18. Aug. 29. Oct. 10
Cambroman..:.Sat.. Aug. 8. Sept. 19, Oct. 31
HOLLAND AMKBICA LISTS. "V
Hew York — Botterdam, via Boulogne.
' Sailing Wednesday at 10 a. m.'
Xoordam .....July 15 1 Potsdam '.......Aug. 5
Rotterdam ...July 29'Statendam ....Aug. lx
ke» stab T.nrc.
KcwTort— Antwerp— Paris.
; Zeeland.July-11, 10 am) Vadr'i J.July 23. 10 am
' Finland. July. 18. 10 am' Krnland.Aug; 1. .10 am
WHITS STAB 1.IHE.
Hew Toxic— Qneenitown — Liverpool.
Sailing Wednesdays and Fridays.
Arabic... July. 10. 6 am (Victorian. July 21. Sam
'Germanic. July 15. noonj MaJestlc.July 22. noon
CedricJuly 17.10:30 ami Celtic. July 24, 6 pm
C.-D-. TAYLOR. Passenger Agent. Pacific Coast.
: 21 Post st., San Francisco.
— tO? THB
CONDITION AND AFFAIRS
py TMJB ¦*
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HARTFORD. IN THB STATE OF CON-
nectlcut. on the 31st day of December.
A. D. 1902. and for tha year ending oa that
day, as made by the Insurance Commissioner
of the State ot California, pursuant to the pro-
visions of sections 810 and 811 of the Political
Code, condensed as per blank turnlshsd by
Amount ot Capital Stock paid up
In Cash ...41,000.000 09
ASSETS. * s "'\r'
Real Estate owned by Company.. $144,990 00
Loans on Bonds and Mortgages... 1.315.930 00
Cash Market Value ot all Stocks
and Bonds owned by Company.. 2.720,590 00
Cash. In Company's OfSce... ..... 263 04
Cub in Banks 281.900 S3
Premiums in do* Course of Collec-
tion . 234,672 03
Bills receivable, not Matured,
taken tar. Fire- and Marina Risks 4.454 89
Total Autts .— 14.734.781 33
Losses adjusted and unpaid , $88,561 W
Losses In Process of Adjustment
or In Suspense 143.003 63
losses resisted. Including expense* 29.3S0 49
Gross premiums on Fire Risk*.
running one year or less. $1,717.-
' 022 01; re-Insurance CO per cent. ' 823,511 00
Gross premiums on Fire Risks.
runninr mar* than on* yeax,
$*> €80 894 M; ro-ln*arancs pro
ra'ta .' 1.443.674 6t
Total Liabilities .. J2.532.13d C«
Net cash actually, recstred for Fire
premiums •--•- 13.893.204 2S
Received for Interest on Bonds and
Mortgages \'\XZ11"V * 2 > 0M *f
Received for Interest and dlrldeads
on Bonds. Stocks. Leans, and
from all other sources 103.007 55
Received 'for Rents .............. S.S74 SO
Received for profit on Sals or Led- ¦
gtr Assets •". 8,sH« 9*
Total Income $3.373.009 BO
Net amount paid for Flr» Losses
(including $234,847 T3. losses oC - -
previous years) $1,411,830 64
Dividends to Stockholders- ....**.. 100.000 CO
Paid or allowed for Commission or
Brokerage --• • M3.O20 74
Paid for Salaries. Fees, and other
charges for officers, darks, etc. 174.435 4J
. paid for State. National and Local . ¦¦
taxes •• •¦• W.910T9
All other payments and expendl-
tures 17X563 00
Total Expenditures $2.505^559 8O
% -.b--:- ¦'*,-.¦- rTreT '
Losses lncarr»d daring th« year... $1.363.557 M
Risks and Premiums. rFtre- Risks. Premiums."
Net araouct of Risks
Sr 1 ? .? - B .^f. *' C43.537.002 $3,242,820 33
Net amount ot Risks
y'eaTf .f.^f..^ 213.077.671 2.883.M4 63
*&££?*? J£Z\ 3«X832.348 4.39T.4M 8O
~~~~~~~- J. D BROWSE. Prest.
CHARLES R. BTJRT. Bsey.
. Subscribed and sworn to before- m«. this 3d
<Uj ot January. »0J r
BENJAMIN J. SMITH,
Manager Pacific Department.
COLIN M. BOYD,
Agent for San Francisco,
41 1 California St.
J^TcT7 t>i v Steamers leave San Fraa-
/S>SJ*-<Cj^ ' clseo as follows:
AS^- XvV For Ketchlkan. Jnneau.
Av/TOfMU|» \j\ Skagway, etc.. Alaska — 11 a.
I I \vLK2k I I m - July 10 - 15 - 30 -
I I \«5kj£*/ I August 4. Chanjre to com-
\*\ Vi^ pany's steamers at Seattle.
VJ-v'xiy For Vtcton*. Vancouver.
>3£fl 5jiJ>^ Port Townsend, Seattle. Ta-
coma. Everett. Whatcom — 11
a. m.. July. 10. 15. 20. 2S. ?.n. Auarust 4. Changs
at Seattle to this company's steamers for Alas-
ka and G. N. Ry. ; at Seattle for Tacom* to N.
P. Ry. ; at Vancouver to C. P. Ry.
For Eureka <Huaiboldt Bay) — Pomona. 1:30
p. m.. July 9. 15. 2t.-27. Ausrust 2; Corona.
1:30 p. m.. July 12. IS. 24. 30. Aurost 5.
For Los Angeles (via Port Los Angeles and
Redondo). San Diego and Santa. Barbara — Sant*
Rosa. Sundays. 0 a. ra.
State of California. Thursdays. 9 a. m.
For Los Angeles i via San Pedro and Kast
Pan Pedro). Santa Barbara. Santa Crux. Mo^i-
terey, San Simeon. Cayucos, Port Harford (Saa ¦
Luis Oblspo). Ventura and Hueneme.
Coos Bay. 9 a. m.. July 8. 1£ 24. August L
For Kn.«enada. Majrdalena Bay. San Jose <1-l
Cabo. Altata. La Pax. Santa. Rosalia. Guaymas
(Slex.). 10 a. m. July 0.
For further Information obtain folder.
RUht Is reserved to change steamers or salT-
TICFVT O'TICES — 4 New Montgomery
street (Palace Hotel). 10 Market street and*
Broadway wharf. . - .
Freight Office. 10 Market street ' . :
C. D. DCNANN. General Passenger Agent.
. IK 10 Market St.. San Francisco*
6. /?. & TV. co;
"Columbia" satis June 22. July 2.- 13: 22.
"George W.- Elder" calls Jun« 27. July 7/ 17.
27. Only steamship lin« to PORTLAND, OR.,
and short rail line from Portland to all point*
'East. Through tickets to all points, all rail or
steamship and rail, at LOWEST RATES.
Steamer tickets lnclads berth and mesis.
Steamer sails foot of Spear st. at 11 s. m. S.
F. BOOTH. Gen. Agt. Pass. Dwpt.. 1 Montgom-
ery St.: C. CLDTFORD. Gen. Agt. JTt. Dept. 3
Montgomery st. .
TOYO KISEN KAISHA,
(ORDSNTAL STEAMSHIP CO.)
Steamers will l?av« wharf, corner First aniJ
Brannan streets, at 1 p. m.. for YOKOHAMA
and HON'GKONO. calling at Kobe (Hloga).
Nagasaki and Shanghai, and eonnectlns as
Hongkong with steamers for India, etc N» '
cargo received on board on Cay of sailing.
8. S. HONGKONG MARU
...Tuesday. July 7. 1903
S. 8. NIPPON MARU.... Friday. July 31. 1903
S. B. AMERICA MARU
Wednesday. August 28,1303
VIA Honolulu. Round-trip tickets at reduced
rates. For freight and passage, apply at Com-
pany's office. 421 Market street, corner First.
W. H. AVERT. General Ageat.
Tor PLYMOUTH— CHERBOURG— HAMBURG
i Twia-8*rnr Exjrtss ana Fnieagv S«r»ie«.
F. Bismarck.... July 16 Moltke. Aug. «
PatrlcU July IS Walderses- An*, s
Bluecher July 23 Palatia ....... Aug. IS
Pretoria Aug. 1 Bluecher Ang. 20
HAMBCaa-AMESICAS LDIS. 37 ffw»y. H. T.
HERZOO & CO., 401 California st.. Gen. Agts.
¦yrT.T.A rOSTTEWAY— Pirat-clsst retort;
Santa Crux Mts.; hotel, cottages: croquet,
tennis, billiards; bowling, amusement hall;
electric lights: table first class; $m to $14;
rhone- campers' return tickets. $2 50: drcu-
lars. J. H. HAESTERS. Glenwood. CaL- >
SS MAR1POSA, for Tahiti. July 10. 11 a. m
3S* SONOMA, for Honolulu. Samoa. Auckland
and Sydney Thursday. July 11 2 p. m.
S" ALAMEDA. for Honolulu. July 25, 11 a. m.
; /* *' ' ' * '
C0XFA9 HIS eXVZSALZ TKA53ATLASTI Wl ..
DIRECT iLJNE TO HAVRE-PARIS, -jup^w : '
Sailing every Thursday, instead of
Saturday, at 10 a. m., from Pier 42. •¦eaflSfe*
North River, foot of Morton strset. ¦ - . — •:.¦
First-class to Harre. $70 and opward. , Sec
or.d-class to Havre. $15 and ¦ upward. . GEN- '
ERAL AGENCY FOR UNITED STATES AND
CANADA. 33 Broadway (Hudson' building).
New York. J~ F. FUOAZI * CO.. Pacific Coast
Agents. 5 Montgomery avents*. San Frandaco.
Tickets sold by all Railroad Ticket Agents. '
Jgsjs XsUad and Vallsjo Steamsr^.
Steamer GEN. FBISBIE or MCNTICElLo
-^8:45 a. ra.. 3:13 and 9:30 p. m.. ex. Sunday.
Sunday. 9:45 a. m.. 8:30 p. ra. Leaves Vallejo. I
7 a. m.. 12:30 noon. 6 p. m.. ex. Sunday." Sun-
day, 7 a. m.. 4:15 p. m. Fare. SO cents. ;T»1-.--
Main' 1503. - Pier 2. Missloa-st. dock. HATCH
COONE— PIERCE— In this city, July 4, 1903,
by tbe Rev. Herbert F. Briggs. Charles K.
Coone and Tokle L. ' Pierce, both of Ban
•- Francisco. : ¦
GOSLIN— FENNER— In this city, July 4,
1003, by the Rev. A. C. . Bane, pastor " of
Howard-street Methodist > Church; Walter
j Howard Gcsllng and Flora Lue Fenner, both
of San Francisco. . ; ¦
HAGINS-^GEARHART— In this city, July 6.
1903, at Central Church, by. the Rev.. Arthur
H. Brlggs, James R. Haglns of .Phoenix,
Arji.. and' Mary E. Gearhart of Sonoma. » .
McNAMARA— FOLEY— In this city, June 30.
1903. • at St. Brigid's Church, by the Rer.
Father " McAuliffe, • James T. McXamara of
Sacramento and Florence? R. Foley- of San
Francisco. . ¦»* ¦' • •
WESTPHAL — HOWELL-In this city. July 4.
1903. by the Rev. A. C. Bane, pastor of
Howard-street* Methodist Church; John W.
Weetphal and Grace W.Hbwell, both of San
DIED." ~ *
Burke, James E. V" Kretez, Frank
Cames, Yvonne Lagorio, Leopold
Carlson, John Lundstrom. Annie
Coffey. Lydla B. Lyons. Richard H." "
Cole, Nathaniel P. McCarty, Lilla D.
Durand, Emile . . Metzner, Fred
Fitzgerald. Patrick Miller. Theresa C. R.
Garrity, Katherine Montell, Grace G.
Hanlon. John J. Moger. Conrad
Harney, Mary . Nealon, James B.
Herczel, Rosalia O'Connor, George H.
Johnsen,' James A. Pearson. Slgrid
Jude. Patrick Ryan, Winnifred A.
Kalghin. John C. Stevens. Alfred H.
Keith. Benjamin R. Usedom, Wilhelm F.
Kcrwln. Thomas Walker. John
BURKE— In this city, July 5. 1903, James
Edward, dearly beloved husbend of Adeline
Burke, father of Alice Burke, beloved son of
William H, and the late Catherine Burke,
and brother of William J.. Peter J.. Henry
F... Thomas "P.. Emma'I., Marcus R., Cath-
erine M. and Alice F. Burke. Mrs. J. Hall.
Mrs. J. Flnnt-rty and the late Mary R. Lor- ,
ing, a native of Halfmoon Bay. San Mateo
County, Cal., aged 20 years 6 months and 29
CTFrtends and acquaintances are respect- \
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow '
(Wedntaday), at 1 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence. 4 Adalr street, between Fifteenth and
Sixteenth, thence to St. Charles' Borromeo's :
Church for services at 1:30 o'clock. Inter- I
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
CAMES— In Oakland. July 6. 1903. Yvonne I
Cames, beloved daughter, of Ferdinand and
Mary Carois. a native of Oakland, aced . 5
months and 17 days.
C'Fricnd* and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day
(Tuasday), at 2 o'clock, from the parents'
residence, fc'lxty-flfth street. Stockyard*. I
Oakland. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery,
CARLSON— In this city. July ¦ 4, 1903. John,
dearly beloved husband of Louise Carlson,
and brother-in-law .of Mn. O. Brunner. a
native of Sweden, aged 36 years 1 month
and 21 days. A member of Marine Engineers
• (ET Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
Tuesday, July 7. 1903. at 2 o'clock, at his
late residence, 1035 Montgomery avenue. In-
terment Laurel Hill Cemetery.
COFFEY— In Oakland. July 6, .1903. Lydia
Barker Coffey. mother of Mrs. E. C. Gra-
ham of San Diego. Cal., F. H. Coffey of
Salton, Riverside County. Cal.. Mrs. R. A.
Mathews and Miss L. N. Coffey of Oakland.
a native of Rhode Island, aged 63 years 11
months anrt 5 days.
COLE— In B*n Lomond. Cal., July 6, 1003.
Nathaniel Palmer Cole, beloved husband of
Elizabeth O. Cole, and father of Emma E.
and Nell H. Cole. Mrs. Lester B. Smith.
Ffc«ter P.. Charles M.. John F.. N. Parker
and Willie E. Cole, a native of Orford, New
Hampshire, aged 72 years.
|C?"Notice of funeral hereafter.
DURAND— In Upland, Cal., July 5. 1903,
Emile Durand. beloved husband of Hattie
Durand. beloved son of Josephine Durand,
and brother of Hortense, Leon and Addle
Durand, a native of San Francisco, aged 31
years and 22 days. >
FITZGERALD — An anniversary requiem high
mass will be said for the repose of the soul
of the late Patrick Fitzgerald at St. Pat-
rick's Church to-morrow (Wednesday), at 9
o'clock. Friends are Invited to attend.
GARRITY— In this city, July 5, 1903, Kath-
erine R.. beloved daughter of Hannah M.
and the late Peter Garrity. a native of Sat:
(C7"The funeral will take place to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 9:15 o'clock, from the resi-
dence. 121UA Scott street, thence to St. Igna-
tius Church, where a requiem high mass will
be celebrated for the repose of her soul at
JO o'clock. Interment Holy Cress Cemetery-,
by electric funeral car from 'Eighteenth and
HANLON— In this city. July. 6, 1903, 'at his
residence, KM. Seventh street, John J., be-
loved, son of John and Ellen Hanlon. and
brother of W. J. Hanlon of Stockton, P. N..
R.D. and Katie Hanlon. Mrs. Mary Greany,
Mrs. C. I>. Boehm and the late Edward «.
and Henry P. Hanlon, a native of Caiaveras
HARNEY— In this city. July 5. 1903. Mary,
beloved wife of Michael Harney, and mother
of Philip, Katie. Mac. John, Margaret. Michael.
Annie and Willie Harney. a native of Queens
County. Ireland, aged 45 years.
C^Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral -to-day
(Tuesday), at 8:S0 o'clock. . from her late"
residence. 519 Thirtieth street, thence to SU
Paul's Church, where a requiem high mass
will be celebrated for the repose of her soul
at 'J o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Ceme-
HEHCZKL— In this city. July 5, 1903, Rosa-
lia, beloved wife of Kdmuml Herczel, and
mother of Emanuel. Samuel and Richard
Herczel. a native of Hungary, aged 35 years.
JOHNSEN— In this city. July «. 1003. James
A., dearly beloved infant son of John T.
ami Mary Johnsen, and brother of Ely John-
een. a native- of San Francisco, aced 8
months and ti 'lays.
JL'DE— In this city. July 5, 1003. Patrick Jude.
bclovd father of ¦ Mr*. George- Sandeman
Jr.. Mrs. S-imue! Towle Jr. and Mrs. G. G.
Hamilton, and brother of Mrs. John Collins,
a native of Ireland, aged «5 years.
CTThe funeral will take place to-day
(Tuesday), at IO;3O o'clock, from the parlors
of McFadden, AfeBrearty & Green. 1171 Mis-
sion 1 btrect. between Seventh and Eighth.
thtnee to fr't. Rose's Church, where service*
will be hejd at It o'clock. IntcY-meni Holy
Cross Cemetery. >. .
KEITH— In this city. July R, 1003, Benjamin
R., beloved husband of Tomaslna V. Keith,
a native of New Brunswick. A member of
Excelsior LoAre No. 12tJ of Workmen. (New
Brunswick, Canada, papers please copy.)
(UTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend tbe funeral services
Tuesday. July 7, 1903, nt 2 o'clock, at his
late residence, • 337« Twenty-first street,
thence by fiectric funeral car from corner of
Eighteenth and Guerrero streets at 2::iO
o'clock. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
EXCELSIOR Lodge No. 126. A. O. U. W.—
Officers and members are requested to at-
tend the funeral of our late brother. Benja-
min R. Keith, from his late residence, . IE176
Twenty- first street, near Guerrero, at 2
o'clock. Tuesday. July. 7. 1003. By order of
the Master Workman.
C. G. ¦' HKRRICK. M. W.
'J. R. HELEN. Recorder.
KAIGHIN— in Sacramento. July 5. 1800. John
I'arrol!, beloved son of John C. and Ada
Kalghln. and brother -. of f-Mna Kalghin a
native, of San Francisco, aged 2 years.
KERWIN— In thfs city. July 5. 1903. Thomas,
beloved, husbflnd of the late Katherine Ker-
wln, father of Thomas and Maggie Kerwin
and Mrs. W. F. Johnson, and brother of
Mrs. Margaret White, ' a native of County
LoJiirford, Ireland, aged 53 years.
C7 Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-day
(Tuesday), at 9 o'clock, from his late resi-
dence, 4ft Ivy avenue, thence to St. Mary's
Cathedral, where a requiem hlgb mass will
be celebrated for the repose of his soul at
9:30 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Ceme-.
KRETEZ— In Oakland, July 6, 1003. i Frank,
beloved son of Mr. A. and Mrs. A. S. Kretez,
a native of Oakland, aged 20 years 11 months
-and 2 days.
LAGORIoi-In this city, July 4. 1903, Leopold,
dearly beloved son of Louis and Aurora La-
gorto, brother of Leo, Eddie. Erminla. Regi-
nald and Irene Lagorio. and beloved nephew
of . Mrs. Allia Bertucci. a native of San
Francisco, aged 12 years and 17. days.
CTFriends and acquaintances- are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral Tuesday,
July 7, 1903. at 10:30 o'clock, from his
parents' residence, S30 Alabma street, be-
tween Twentieth and Twenty-flr«>t. Inter-
ment New Italian Cemetery.
LUNL>STROM— In Ross Valley, July 5. 1P03.
Annie W. Lundstrom, dearly beloved wife of
the late John A. Lundatrom, and beloved
mother of Harold and, Lloyd Lundstrom, a
native of San Francisco, aged 4tt years.
C7Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral services
to-morrow (Wednesday), at 1:15 o'clock, at
the chapel of Odd- Fellows' Cemetery. San
Francisco. Cremation I. O. O. F. Cemetery.
Please omit flowers.
LYONS— In this city. July 6. 1903, Richard
Harcld Lyons, dearly beloved eon • of Rich-
ard and Birdie Lyons, ~ a native of- San
Francisco, aged 6 months.
- (£7 Friends and acquaintances are respect-
- fully Invited to attend the funeral Wednes-
day, * July 8. 1903. at 1 o'clock, from the resi-
dence of - his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
*Danlel O'Connell, 2433 Mason street. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
McCARTY— In ' Auburn, v Cal., July 4; 1003,
Lllla P., beloved wife of Louis P. McCarty.
(| '¦' NEAREST VTHE CITY ~^ |
\- OFFICE: 916 MARKET ST. _j
F. J. Monahan, President. '¦ -
y IViONAH AN & CO.,
. . . (Inc.)
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS.
2839-2341 Mission sU. ¦ ¦' TeUpbona Mission 3L^
I James McGinn. -' Henry Huoaen. -¦
JAMES McGINN & CO.. I
. Formerly, With McGinn Bros./ I
i —Funeral - Directors and Kmbalmero— ¦ I
214 Eddy „ st. ; ,Tel. South 570. .. :,; . g
and mother of Amy May, a native of Massa-
chusetts, - aged 48 - years.
Cy Interment private.
METZNER— In St. Helena, July 4. 1903. Fred
Metzner, beloved son of Fred and Rosa Metz-
ner, and beloved .- brother of Louis, Ellse,
; "Walter. Arnold and Myrtha Metzner, a na-
• ' tlve of Conn Valley, t aged 24 years : and 4
months. - • < .
MILLER— In this city.- July 5. 1003, Theresa
Cornelia Handle Miller, beloved wife of the
late George W. Miller, and mother of George
[ W.- Miller.- a native of San Francisco.
- - ; ETTriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral Tuesday.
4 ¦ at 2 o'clock, from her - late residence. 1342
Hayes street. Interment private.
MONTELL— In Alameda; July 6. 1903. Grace
Gould, wife of ¦ George A. Montell, and
youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Minor
E7" Funeral sen-ices Wednesday). July 8.
1903, at 1 o'clock, at 2721 Buena Vista ave-
nue. * Interment private."
MOSER— In Fruitvale, Alameda County, July
4,- 1903; Conrad Moser. dearly beloved hus-
band of the 'late Margaret Moser. and father
of Mrs. C. Ulrtch. Gas Moser. Robert Moser,
Lena Moser. Mrs. A: Rcss. Ferdinand Moser.
¦Elva Afcser. ¦ Velmo-Mooer-and Rev. Father
Ildephonse Moser. O. F. M.. of Santa Bar-
bara, a native of Canton Zurich. Switzer-
land, aged cs years 2 months and 15 days.
(Denver papers please copy.)
(CTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-day
(Tuesday), at 8 o'clock, from the parlors of
the Gantner & Guntz Undertaking Company.
1209 Mission street, between Eighth and
Ninth, thence to St. Anthony's Church, Army
street, near Folsom, where a requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of his
soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment
Holy Cross Cemetery.
NEALON— Drowned In Russian River. July 4,
1003, James B., beloved son of Mary and the
late Patrick Nealon. and brother of Kathryn
M.. T. F. and John Nealon and Mrs. Horn
and Mrs. Martin, a native of Redwood City,
aged 20 years « months and 2O days.
C^The funeral will take place to-day
(Tuesday), at 8 o'clock, from the residence
of his parent*, 3570 Seventeenth street. In-
terment at Redwood City, by 9 o'clock train
| from Twtnty-fifth and Valencia streets.
O'CONNOR— In this city, July 4. 1903. George
H.. beloved son of Charles and Mary. J.
O'Connor, brother of Charles D.. John J.,
Lillian and Mary E. O'Connor, and grandson
of the late Dennis and Bridget Keating, a
native of San Francisco, aged 20 years and
3 months. . /
* CTFiienda and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-day
: (Tuesday), at 9:30 o'clock, from the resl-
[ dence of his parents, 5t!lA Naioraa street.
I thence to St. Patrick's Church,/ where a re-
r quiem mess will be celebrated for the repose
of his soul at 10 o'clock. Interment Holy
PEARSON— In this city, July 5. 1903. Sigrld.
beloved wife. of Andrew Pearson, mother of
Leanear and Viola Pearson, and sister of
Mrs. Edela Thorson, lira. Hulda Larsen and
Bror and Gustav Esterberg, a native of-
Sweden, aged 40 years .1 month. and IS days, j
C7Fr>ends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral Tuesday,
at .'5 o'clock, from the funeral parlors of I
Porter & White. 122 Eddy street. Interment I
Laurel Hill Cemetery.
RYAN— In this city. July 5, 1903. Winnifred
Agnes, beloved daughter of Anna and the
late Timothy Ryan, sfnd sister of May. Kath-
erine and the late Anna M. Ryan, a native
of Sonoma. Cal.. aged 19 years. .
IC7'Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-day
(Tuesday), at 9 o'clock, from the residence
' of her mother, 1440 Leavenworth street,
thence to St. Brigid's Church, where a sol-
emn requiem mass will be celebrated for the
repose of her soul, commencing at 9:30
o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery-
STEVENS — In this city. July 6. 1&03. Alfred
H. Stevens, beloved husband of Harriet Ann
Stevens, and father of Hazel. Alfred. Har-
old and Georee Stevens, a native of Maine,
aged 34 years 4 months and 5 days. A
member of Tamalpals Camp Xo. 427, W.
E7Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow :
(Wednesday), at 1 o'clock, 'from James Ha-
gan's undertaking parlors. 445 Valencia
street. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
USEDOM— In this city, July 5. lOOS. Wilhelm
F. H., youngest and beloved child of Wil-
liam and Anna Usedom, and brother of
Emma and Anna Usedom, a native of San
Francisco, aged 10 months and 10 days.
(CFriends and acquaintances are respect-
Jully invited to attend the funeral Tuesday,
July 7. 1903. - at 2 o'clock, from the resi-
dence of hie parents. 155J* Xatoma street,
between Xfw Montgomery and Third. Mis-
sion and Howard. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. . .
WALKER — In this city. July 5, 1903, John
Walker, /a* native of Germany, aged 74 years
10 months and 10 days.
£7Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-day
(Tuesday), at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of
the Gantner & Guntz Undertaking Company.
1200 Mission- street, between Eighth and
Ninth. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery.
ST. DOMINIC'S Church Building Association —
The monthly requiem high mass for the de-
ceased members of St. Dominic's Church
Building Association, and for parents and
relatives of living members, will be sung in
St. Dominic's Church Wednesday, at 9
o'clock. . " ;