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The complaint alleges that Maceldeny
¦was married In Butte, Mont, in 1895, to a woman' whose maiden name was Rose Katz. It is, charged that he was not di vorced from her and that she was his legal wife when he assumed the responsi bility of marriage with the plaintiff. The court is asked to pronounce the second marriage void for the reason that the^prior one was still in^full force. OAKLAND, Nov. 4.— Charges of big amy ugainst Hubert Maceldeny are made the 'basis for a suit for divorce brought by Corinne Maceldeny to-day.. She al leges that he was a married man at the time he married her. She says they were wedded In this city by the Rev. R. F. Coyle in- 1899, and that since then she had discovered he had another wife llv inff. . Mrs. Maceldeny Says Present Hus band Was Already Married When 'He Wedded Her. r- ALLEGES BIGAMY AS GB0TTND FOB ANNULMENT Late Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. Wednesday, November 4. Stmr Santa Barbara. Zaddart. from Port Harford. story and basement frame apartment house on SE corner of Van Ness avenue and Green street. S 60 by B 86: W. A. 47: $1875 D. B. Murphy (owner) with P. J. Melner ney and J L. Roberts (contractors), architect T J. Welsh — All work for a two-story frama building with basement and concrete founda tions containing two tenements on 9 Una of Twenty-second street. 75 W of Capp. S 80 by W 24:6; $54SO. - ¦ ¦ D. W. Tletjen (owner) with W. B Grant (contractor), architect . All work for a two-story frame building on N line of Filbert street. 60 W of Stelner. W 25 by N 100; Same owner with same contractor, architect . Same for same on N- line of Filbert street, 25 W of Stelner, XV 25 by N 100 14667. • ' Same owner with same contractor, architect . Same for same on N line of Filbert street, 75 W of Steiner. W 25 by N 100; H. M. Rogers (owner) with N, Ostrom (con tractor), architect Charles J. Rousseau — Paint ing, varnishing, tinting, lincrusta for a three- Builders' Contracts. NEW YORK, Nov. 4.— The following Callfornians are In New York: From San Francisco— T. H. Addison, at the Nether land; E. C. Cryden, at the Continental; I. Desmont, at the Imperial; Mrs. L. P. Drexler, C. Fraborn and C. H. Gray, at the Manhattan; Mrs. L. M. McBean, at the Holland: Miss McCallum, at the Manhattan; F. J. McGllnchey, at the As tor; C. A. Maydwell, at the Murray Hill; W. J. AVyman, at the Hoffman, and J. Shiely, at the Herald Square. From Los Angeles— W. Banning, at the Gllsey; P. D. Brown and Mrs. L. M. Car bart, at the Imperial; J. Schroeder, "at the Gllsey: G. D. Sisson, at the St. Denis, and H. W. Stacy, at the Bartholdi. Kruhming, lot on w line of Kansas street, 147 S of Nineteenth, 8 25 by W 100; $350. \V. S. and Lucetta A. Spinney to Mrs. R. E. Davldffon, lot on E line of Mississippi street, 175 N of Twenty-second, N 23 by _ 100: $10. City and County of San Francisco to Albert XV Lehrke, lot on E line of Mississippi street, 25 N of Eighteenth, N 25 by E 100; | . . Harriet O. Gosling to Abram and Julia Seidkln, lot on S Una of California street. 02:1 8-12 _ of Second avenue, S 23:0.0-12, S 03:6 37-96, XV 22:11 1-3. N 62:4 20-96; «J>. William J. Nixon to Frederick XV. and Anna J. Seifert. lot on E line of Fifth avenue. 250 8 of Clement street. 8 25 by E 120: $10. Anthony and Adena Phelan to Millard F. Arnest. lot on XV line of Eleventh avenue. 230 N of J street, N 25 by W 120; $10. Andrea O. Ghlotto to Giovanni Ghlotto, lot on NW line of Mission street, 75 E of Harring ton. NB 25 by NW 100, lot 57, Academy Tract; $10. E. F. and Josle Gutschow and W. R. P. Wirthle to Charlea M. and Lydla N. G. Claus sen,; lot on S_ line of Arlington street,* 212 SW of Miguel. SW 25 by SE 150, lot 4. block 10, Falrmount: $10. Adolph Butro to Henry Schroder, lot 60, block C. Park Lane Tract: $207. Giovanni Chiappari to Nicola Armanino, un divided third of following: Lot on NE corner of Hanover and Guttenbersr streets, N 261, E 164:1. SE 293. W 297:3, lots 73 to 75, West End Homestead: also lot on W line of Watt avenue, 124:9 8 of Hanover street, 8 101:1. W 202:6, N 100. E 187:6. lot 20, name; also lots 13 and 22, block 11, Syndicate First Addition; $10. William C. and Sarah J. Hamerton to Cath erine Handley, lot on -NE line of Godeua street, 80 NW of California avenue, NW 20 by NE 69. Preelta Valley 375; $10. Odd Fellows Cemetery Aasoclation to Rich ard Cross and sister, lot in cemetery; $63. Same to Richard Cross, same; $225. Califomians in New York. General Manager A. G. Wells and Chief Engineer R. B. Burns of the Santa Fe road arrived yesterday from the East, where they have been holding a confer ence with the other officials of the com pany. The two gentlemen left for the south in the evening to meet President E. P. Rlpley and Vive President Paul Morton, with whom they will return to the north again on a tour of inspection of the company's line. They expect to reach here to-morrow r.leht. R. C. Dunsmuir, the well known coal magnate of; Victoria, B. C.,, la here on a business trip and is staying at the Palace. H. AV. Felton «.a mining man of Ma zatlan, Mexico, who has been in Europe for several months on mining business, is registered at the Occidental. T. E. Gibbon, vice president and general counsel of the San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake road, is up from Los An-, geles and staying at the Palace. General Manager Julius Kruttschnltt cf the Southern Pacific Company is making an inspecion of the company's lines be tween here and Ogden. He was in Ogden yesterday and is expected to start home ward to-day. J. C. Ford, vice president and general manager of .the" Pacific Coast Company, which operates the Pacific Coast Steam ship Company, arrived from Seattle yes terday and in the evening he departed for the south with Manager Pierce of the latter company to inspect the Pacific Coast Railway and other Interests of the company. i Attorney Frank Short of Fresno is at the Palace. Dr. C. Wi Nutting of Etna is at the Occidental. Ellwood Cooper, the well known olive grower of Ellwood, is registered at the Lick. A. J. Fairbanks, proprietor of a hotel at AVillits, is at the Lick. Commander C. E. Fox of the United States navy and Mrs. Fox are at the Occidental. T. AV. Heintzelman. master mechanic of the Southern Pacific Company at Sacra mento, is at the Grand. PERSONAL MENTION. Michael and Elizabeth M. Connell to Ma tilda Blut. lot on 8 line of Twentieth street, 100 E of Alabama. E 25 by 8 104; $10 City and County of San Francisco to Cath erine Paine, lot on 8 line of Twenty-fourth street. 30 E of Bartlett, E 30 by S 100; $ . David W. Cronin to Carl A. Feterson lot On W line of Florida street, 190 S of Twenty sixth. S 25 by W 100; $10. Same to Tobias Thorbjornsen. lot on W line of Florida street, 215 8 of Twenty-sixth 8 25 by W 100: $10. Margaret Curtln (single) to Margaret Cur tin (mother), undivided 1-3 of lot on N line of Twenty-fourth street. 105 W of Noe, ,W 75 by N 114; gift. F. L. A. Ploche and Noe Garden Homestead Union to Therese Haw. lot on W line of Sher man street, 110 N of Twenty-second, XV 125 by N 60; $500. - - . Therese. Haas to Joseph Haas (trustee Jo sephine L. and Helen T. Haas, minors), lot on yv line of Colllngwood street, 110 N of Twenty-second, W 125 by N 60; $— — . Robert ¦ F. Morrow to White Investment Company (a corporation), lot on N line of California street, 107:6 W of Sansome. W 25 by N 80; $10. Benjamin F. Mead to Maria H. Mead (wife), lot on W line of Leavenworth street. 155 N of Sacramento. N 17:6 by W 94:6; gift. Helen Denting to Nathan and Hannah M. Fiink lot on NE line of Hampton place. 125 SE of Folsorn street. SE 27 by NE 65; $10. George R Frisbie to Francla Smith, lot on N corner of Eighth and Townsend streets. NW 275 by NE 275; $10. j. Ogden and Lollta 8. Armour to same, same; $10. Helen 8. Smith to California Safe Deposit and Trust Company lot on SE line of Rlngold (Shipley) street, 150 NE of Ninth. NB 25 by Eugene A. and Cellna -V. d« Marals to Fred A Brewer lot on W line of San Bruno ave nue. 176 S of Maripoea street. 8 20 by W Real Estate and Development Company to Margaret Sharp, I lot on E line of San Bruno avenue 50;6 8 of Mariposa street, S .212, E 125-11&. NW. to point 9&;6 E of San Bruno avenue and 50:6 8 of Mariposa street, thence 98:6, quitclaim deed; $1. Henry J. Crocker (and as trustee) to John •_ Herman and Isabelle V. Schottler to Hugh F. and Emma McDonald, lot on D lino of b° n E es'o^'t 182:8 N Seventeenth. N 25 Augusta Klesendahl to Frank Herten lot on S line of Seventeenth street 289:0% E of »?«#?• .^a 27 ' S 7 °- W 4:9 *' S 30 - W 22:2 %- Julius Stelnberger to Mary L. Stelnberger lot on W line of Masonic avenue. 225 S of Wai. ler street. S 25 by W 100; $10. City and County of San Francisco to LIpman M. Kaiser, commencing at a point running E * nd W ,,.- UlroUBh center ot Western Addition block 835, at a point 82:7 E of Maple street SW to Intersection with line drawn E perpen dicularly to Maple street from point 100 N or Clay, E 11 :l. NE to Intersection with line drawn N and perpendicularly from N line of Clay at point 103:1^ E from Maple, N to above center line, W 10:614 to beginning; City and County of San Francisco to Jane M. and Annie Fleming, lot on N line of Four teenth street. 225 W of Valencia, W 60 by N City and County of San Francisco to Harry L. Simon, lot on E line of Scott street. 32:8 S Of Fell. 8 27:6 by E 87:6; . : Same to Rosalie Stlch, lot on S line of Turk street, 106:3 W of Stelner, W 80 by S 137:0; Same to Solomon C. Sanders, lot on S line of Clay street, 11S:9 W of Stelner, W 25 by S 127:4%; . Miriam F. and Charles E. Bancroft to Mlz pah Hoelscher, lot on S line of Green street, 110:6 E of Scott, E 27 by S 137:6, and right of way over alley 10 feet wide, described as lot on E line of Scott street, 127:6 S of Green, S 10 by E 110:6; $10. James P. and Mary Devlne to William J. Curlin, lot on S line of Truk street. 192-6 W of Pierce. W 27:6 by S 120: $10. Adele Hesser to Clara Herrscher (wife of Joseph), lot on N line of California, 72 E of Buchanan, E 65:6 by N 137:6; gift. S. and G. Gump Company (corporation) to John M. Nowlan, lot on N line of Halght street, C3 E of Flllmore, E 75 by N 95; $12,000. City and County of San Francisco to Minnie S. Cooper, lot on N line of Washington street, 75 W of Webster, W 25 by N 92 :4',£ ; . Same to Rose Freeman, lot on N line of Clay street. 130 E of Stelner, E 31:3 by N 127:8Vi: . Same to Julius Deutsch, lot on N line of Clay street. 60 E of Stelner, E 25 by N 102:8%; . Same to August and Marie E. Schaefer, lot on S line of Hayes street, 106:3 E of Steiner, E 60 by 8 137 :«; . Slgmund and Rose Schwabacher to Edward B. Rothchild, lot on SW corner of Jackson and Gough street*, W CO by S 126:8ti; $10. Mary L. Steinberger to Julius Stelnberger, lot on NE corner of Sutter and Laguna streets, E 27:6 by N 112:0; $10. Sales in This City. Myron H. and Sarah Fish (wife) to Leah F. Mott (Bingle), lot on S line of Clinton avenue, 383:4 E of Chestnut street. E 33:4, S to boundary line Rancho San Antonio, W along said last line to point 383:3 E of Chestnut street, N to beginning, block S7, lands adjacent to Enclnal, Alameda; $10. 109.89 E of Adeline, E 40, S 92.60, W 40, N 92.30, lot 3, Germain Tract, Oakland; $10. Robert Knowles (single) to Helen J. Stuart, lot 5, block 22, map of property of L. M. Beau dry and G. Pcladeau, being plat 41, etc., Oak land: |10. Mountain View Cemetery Association to H. Thlen, lot In cemetery. Oakland; $53. Richard Altsehul (executor estate Ludwig Altschul) to Zadla L. Adams, all Interest in lot on SW corner of Shattuck and Ashby ave nues, \V 112:2. S 50, E 100:2. N 50:1, lot 1. block L. portion Newbury Tract, portion plat 61. etc.. Berkeley; $1100. . Elizabeth and Wilbur J. MacNell to M. Grace Barlow, lot on S line of Ward atreet, 227:0 E of Ellsworth. E 37:0 by S 134:0. block F, Leonard Tract, Berkeley; $10. Emma F. Guerrero (single) to F. H. and G. R. Gibson lots 23 and 84. block F, Melrose Station Tract, Brooklyn Township; $100. Anna M dc Shields (widow) to Ivan de Shields (single), lot on E line of Bryant street. 634 N of East Fourteenth or county road survey No. 152i5. N 5O by E 146, lots 43 and 44, block A. redlvlslon map Frultvale Tract, Brooklyn Township; gift. R. and Anna Junca (wife) to F. Toussau, undivided M Interest In lot on NB line of Monroe street, 100 SE of Versailles avenue NE 140:2%. SE 30:0%. SW 14$:2>£, NW 30:0%, Alameda; $10. . , Mary A. and C. D. Bate* Sr. and F. XV. and Carrie S. Bilger to F. M. Williams, lot on N line of Buena Vista avenue, 10^ E of Stanford street. E 19:6 by N 147 :fl. portion lots 2 and 8, block 12, plan eubdlvislon block3 1 to 3, 12 to 14. lands adjacent to Enclnul. Alameda; $10. Thomas E. Gay. to Estella Gay (wife), lot on 8W corner of Lafayette street and San An tonio avenue. W 44 by 8 150. block 11. amend ed map Bartlett Tract. Alameda; gift. Continued From Page Eleven. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. gation of Fein. v Frank Hecht, third vice president of the club, testified that Fein had persuaded him to take out fraudulent papers and then later had taken both the papers and the Grand Jury summons from him. Schwartz said he was one out of about 600 men who were taken to the Court of Appeals room-to be naturalized on Octo ber 8, 1902, and that all of them were un der instructions from Fein and other of ficers of the Hebrew Jefferson Club to do as they did. Schwartz said that he was not entitled to naturalization papers, but that he was persuaded to apply for them at the insti- ST. LOUIS, Nov. 4— At the trial to-day of Adolph Fein, Ferdinand Schwartz, sec ond vice president of the Jefferson Club, told of the part he had played, he said, at the instigation of Fein, first vice presi dent of the club, in the naturalization frauds. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.. Nov. 4.-In the trial of Senator Farrla, charged with bribery, former Lieutenant Governor John A. Lee took the stand to-day. He said he asked Farris to help defeat the bill to repeal the law prohibiting the use of alum in baking powders. Farris, wit ness testified, said it could be easily dona by holding the bill In committee, but that the bill was an important one to the Royal Baking-powder Company and that the boys of the committee needed money. He wanted $7000, of which $1000 was to go to each of six members of the committee on criminal Jurisprudence pf the Senate and $1000 to the Senator who Introduced the bill. Lee arranged by telephone and tele graph, he said, with Daniel J. Kelly to get the money. A check for $8500 was re ceived by Lee and deposited In the Ameri can Exchange Bank of St. Louis. The bill was defeated and he drew out $7000 of the money and gave it to Senator Farris in his room at the Laclede Hotel. Farris divided the money into packages of $1000 each. Lee' got $1500 for his Interest in the matter. The dead, all of whom were workmen employed by the naval ordnance depart ment, are Fred Ward, Stony Point; George Morehead, Tompkins Cove; Fred E. Locke, Peekskill; Patrick Curran, West Haverstraw; Fred Brown, Haverstraw, and James Connelly* Peekskill. The bodies were frightfully mangled, frag ments being hurled for hundreds of feet. The Island, which has been used as an arsenal for years, is on the Hudson River, forty miles from New York, and shells and ammunition of all kinds were store! there. IONA ISLAND, N. Y., Nov. 4.— Six men were killed and ten slightly injured this afternoon by an explosion at the United States naval arsenal, one, of the largest magazines in the United States, which is located here. The explosion occurred while the men were drawing the explosive charges from a consignment of old shells recently sent here from the battleship Massachusetts. Three massive shell houses were totally destroyed, and a rain of fragments of projectiles of all sizes was scattered in every direction. ¦ The force of the explosion, or series of explosions, broke windows at Peekskill, three miles below on the opposite side of the Hudson, and the detonation was heard for many miles. Adjacent buildings, including two storehouses for fixed ammu nition, were riddled with the fragments, and the quarters of the eleven marines composing the garrison were completely demolished. Testifies for State in Trial of Senator Parris for Bribery. Accident Happens When Vic tims Are Unloading Old > Ammunition. - Fatal Explosion Occurs at Iona Island Naval Arsenal. Missouri's Former Lieu tenant Governor on the Stand. BURSTING SHELL SLAYS SIX MEN TELLS HOW BILL WAS DEFEATED THE SAN FBAIn CISCO CALL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1903. 13 R_A_ ESTATE CITV FOR SALE. - ,,-, w -¦• i • ¦ -¦ - -1 - - - -.-_ . POST 8T. Right in the beet prospective district. Between 40 and 50 feet of frontage. PRICE VERY REASONABLE. THOMAS MAGEE _ SONS, REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 5 MONTGOMERY ST. fjOO — COTTAGE. 4 rooms, at 623 Moultrle st.; a bargain: $."00 down, balance ?8 per month. , $1800— Cottage. 4 r. and b. : 28th st. ; terms. : D. COFFIN _ CO.. 3303 Mission at. ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING. 1 ANT__Rs7~415"Turk St. — BUIctly modern. 4-8 room apartments; fur, or unfur. for hakpg. CALIFORNIA, 1421, nr. transfer cor.— Beauti- ; fully furnished apartments: complete; ;.O up. EDDY, 008—2 large connecting rooms; regular kitchen, reasonable; also single fur, room, go. I ELEVENTH. JOC— Sunny furnished rooms for • housekeepingj^ OAK. 117— Sunny front suites; $12 to $18; gas range, hot bath, laundry; adults. ; OFARRELL. 1279—2. 3 or 4 large housekeep- ; ing rooms: all conveniences; reasonable. \ 'sTEINER. 00:1 — 2 or 3 tunny rooms, furnished for housekeeping; gas and bath. | 1 CLASSIFIED advertta—WM— • and subscriptions ! receVved I at Call branch_orfic*. 2200 Flllmore. I A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and pubscrij tlons has been established at 1090 ' j Valencia st. & 1 j llonnrUnc Room* — A P^5!iU55!^!_ll ! i rrTMONTERKY, the city's newest apartment hotel localt'l on the north sid<; of Pine St.. between Hyda and Leavenworth; a superb In-ick building of Spanish architecture; all ' the comforts of housekeeping combined with ' I the coDvenionces of hotel life; an excellent prill room in connection; prices very reason- . able. i A LARKIN~ST.. MET. SUTTER AND BUSH; THE SUNNIEST FURNISHED APART- • .' MFNTS IN THi: CITY: THOROUGHLY MODERN: SUPERIOR SERVICE: CHOICE ' I LOCATION: ALL CAR LINES; NOW OPEN. 1 I THE Frederick. 901 Stanyan. opp. Park— Furn. avartments; pri. bath: steam heater: Janitor. ' : ROOMS TO LET— Fnrn. and Unfnrn. I A— BRUNSWICK House, 148 Sixth St. — Rooms 25c to $1 per night, $1 25 to $5 per week and light housekeeping rooms; open all night. I AT "The Almonte," S73 Market Et. (or No. 1 Fifth Ft.)— Rooms, 25c. COc. $1. $1 50 night; $1 50 to $10 week; house open all night. i BURNKTT. 14-6 Market fold No. 1.164)— Fur- niFhed roomy, suite, single; also unfurnished. i CLIFFORD, _m Ellis, corner Mason— Elegantly furnifhed sunny room*: prices reasonable. i 1:LL1S, 1809, r<-ar Pcott— Nice, large furnished room; gas; $s. ' ;' FOURTH. .2-5— Nice sunny front room, suit- able fcr two persons. j GOLDEN GATE ave., S47— Lovely front suite or single rooms; opposite Jefferson Square. I GRAND Southern. Tth and Mission — Rooms 50c to $1 50 night; $1 to $3 week; reading-room. I JEFS1E. r.GS. east U. S. Mint— Furnished rooms, 55 and $0 per month. ] JESSIE. 441 — Punr.y furnished room; double bed; rents only $2 per week. j LAGUNA and McAllister, St. James flat— Sun- i r.y single room. i LAKKIN. sot — Large sunny room for one or two prentlpmen; >U per .month. I ROTA— House. 12« Kills — Incandescent lights. resdlnR-room. smoking-r^om and ladies' par- lor: rooms per night. 35c to $1 50; week, $2 to $«; month, $S to $30; elevator on ground flror; rooms with hot and cold wattr; baths. I UNITED STATES. 123 Ed<ly St.. near Market— 400 sincle and family rooms; to $1 night; ?1 7." to $C, wefk; elevator: electric Hunts; readinp-r.>nm: frf>e bus anj bapgage. j VAN NEPS. MS — Handscme Funny furnished suites and single rooms; all convenience?. i WINCHESTER Hotel. 44 3d St.. near Market— Mott convenient and respectable; 700 rooms; ."."><• to *1 .V> nisht: $2 to $s week; elevator; clcc. llsrhtp; rea<1iiiK-room: free bus; bajrirage. i AnVKP.TISEMENTR, subscriptions r»c*iv<?d at Ca'.l Branch office, cor. Duncan & Church sts. A BRANCH office for Call advertisements and sutfcrlj'tiens has been established at 1096 ! Vskr.cin rt. rooms a.nd board. ~ hoteiTbaltimoki^ " " van' neks ave . near geary st. ' select. first-class family hotel. New and modern appointments; intereom- : munlcating and long distance phones in every J ror-m; suam heated: hot and cold ocean water 1 haths: cuisine* and service best p American plan ,' only. $3 to $5 day. Special rates by month. STEVENSON mansion, S07 California et. — At- tractive and sightly rooms; best table and service; lowest rates. VAN NEPS ave., 1714— Private boardlng-hou5e, homelike: everything first-class; eunny suites: frinjrle rooms: choice locality; ref. 11OO MS A.NL> IIOAKU WASTED. WANTED — By a gentleman and wife, nice comfortable room, with private bath attached; either European plan or near good restaurant. Box 201C. Call. R< OMS WA.VTED. GENTLEMAN of prood habits wants room with rrivate family; reasonable. Box 2C91. Call, j SPECIAL NOTICES. • Ladles! Chichostrr's English Pennyroyal Pills I are best; safe, reliable; take no other. Send 4c I stamps for particulars. "Relief for Ladies" in letter by return mail. Ask your druggist. Chiohr<--ter Chemical Co.. Philadelphia. Pa. SCIENTIFIC OPTICIANS. DURING the G. A. R. encampment Dr. Cllse. 1023 Market st.. bet. 6th-7th. fitted glasses to C5»n. Miles: you want the best as well as he. SPECIALISTS^ CATARRH. DEAFNESS and NOISES in EARS positively <:ured; new method: 1 week's treat- ment free. Dr. Cottingham. 204 Sutter st. STUTTERING AND STAMMERING. MELBOURNE School. Van Ness-Market — Cur« in rvi»ry case; Individual teaching: no medi- cine. Inquire into wonderful cures ".home cure. _^STORAGE^j*.NJD WAREHOUSES. A— EMPORIUM Storage & Van Co.; furniture, household goods stored, moved, shipped. 725- 731 Howard st., near Third; phone Grant 161. PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage & Moving Co., of- fice Post and Powell sts. ; tel. Prlve. _x. 571. CONKLIN'S Storage — Furniture and merchan- dlse. 333 Golden Gate- ave. ; phone East 126. GOLDEN West Storage; advances made; 840 Mlrslon st. ; tel. Howard 941. F. XV. Zehfuss. PACIFIC Storage and Furniture Moving Cgm- pany. 2320 Fillmore Et.; phona Jackson 281. BEKINS Van and Storage Co.. 11 Montgomery et.; tel. Main 1S40. Shipping at cut rates. TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES. GREAT BARGAINS IN TYPEWRITERS^Avi sell better machines for less money than any house in the city; rentals $3. The Typewriter Exchange. 636 California; telephone Main 266. A FEW good typewriters at $.10 each; get par- tlculars. L. & M. ALEXANDER, 110 Mont- gomery st. 2D-HAND typewriters sold, rented, repaired. Webster Typewriter Inspec. Co., 508 Market. DIVIDEND NOTICES. DIVIDEND notice — The Giant Powder Co., Con. — A dividend. No. 59, of fifty cents (50c) per share on \he issued capital stock of the company has been declared payable at the office of the company, rooms 202, 204 and 206 Hay wari bldg., San Francisco, on No- vember 10, 1903. Transfer books close No- vember 3, 1903. at noon. C. ('.. QUINN. Sec. MAERIAGE LICENSES. The following marriage licenses were Issued yesterday: Karl P. Wiedmann. 32, 757 Folsom street, and Margarette Moller, 30, 767 Folsom street. William D. Flory, 24, Denver, Colo., and Ethel C. Baker. 23, city. James A. McBride, 38, 217 Fourth Btreet, and Barbara Presnall, 38, 421A Natoma street. Antonio Calamaro, 25, 225 Mississippi street, and Maria Rolleri, 21. 225 Mississippi street. Frank Cork, 28, 480 Geary street, and Mary M. Swanke, 26, 4R0. Geary street. Joseph A. Brundige, 37, Lakeport, and Vin- nie G. Lanfare, 29, 272 State - street. Ernest A. Lucan, 47, 117 Eleventh atreet, and Bertha A. Noack, 36, 628 Valencia Btreet. James F. Smith, 21, city, and Adele Cag- lieri, 18, city. Jose Santos, 22. 621% Green street, and Mary E. Weatherlll, 18,. 521% Green street. William L. St. Amant, 21, 208 Bush street, and Ella V. Coughlin, 18. 147 Thirteenth street. Charles E. Dryden, 34, Los Angeles, and L. Madg? Glasacock, 26, Los Angeles. John I'.rice, 27, Los Angeles, and Katherlne Golden, ~2, Los Angeles. Benjamin Levy. 33, 3C3 Fell street, and Jo- sephine G. Ford, 25, 410 Valencia street. Johannes H. Severln, 29, ¦ Modesto, and Ber- tha Cbrifct, 26, Modesto. John M. GlUespie, 21, 33S Third avenue, and Philomena Doody, 19, 1954 Union street. NelBon XV. Williams, 45, Lindsay, and Ze- relda Pitzer, 22, city. Alexander N. McVicker, 22, 60 Chesley street, and Johanna Murphy, IS, 240 Minna at. Devi Devoto, 30, Sunnyslde, and Catterlna LapomarBino, IS, Sunnyside. , - - Carl Lund, 22, 1 Lundy Lane, and Nannie 8. Hellberg, 24, 741 Andover avenue. Cezere Evan!, 21, 8 Ohio place,: and Adel Brottini, 21, 8 Ohio place. Edward XV. Ette, 2«. 331 Twenty-Beventh street, end Emma Eriks en,. 21, 1505 Church st. Joe Silac, 27, 594 Vermont street, and Jelka Lister, 19. 1207 Steiner street. Albert A. Wcltge, 44, city, and Harriet Gullan, 32, city. Cirimeie Costantlno, 33, Oakland, and An- gela • Torrano. Zt. 405 Union street. Frank A. Rogers, 42, 11G Jackson street, and Maria F. Rodrigxies, 35. 116 Jackson Btreet. Tomaso Oaero, 4«, 520 Broadway, and Sonta Pouletl, 84. 520 Broadway. BIRTHS— MABMAGES--DEATHS. Birth, marriage 'and death notices kent by mail will not be Inserted. They must be handed in at either of the publication offices and be indorsed with the name and residence ot per- sons authorized to have the same published. BORN. ANSBRO— In Alameda, November 3, 1903, to the wife of M. C. Ansbro, a son. CUMMINGS— In this city, November 4, 1903, to the wife of G. # D. Cummings, a daughter. EPPLER— in this city, October 25, 1903, to I the wife of John G. Eppler, a daughter. JACOBS— In Alameda. October 30, 1903. to tha ; wife of Dr. S. R. Jacobs, a daughter. PIPANI — In this city, November I, 1903, to the wife of Giovanni Plsanl, a son. _____ Armenio, Giacomo Holtum, Mary J. rsehrmann, June Juzix, Leona llelmont, Henry O. Krenz. Err.i! A. Jr. lilenek, Otto Kurlch, Jeromo ftreen. William Meseth, Charles Burke. Bridget T. Miller, Frank Casper, Edward H. O'Neil, John E, Clifford. John T. Parnow, Charles D. Cook, Mollie Pinkham, Bernico Crowley, Elizabeth Schmitt. Gf-orge Dalgarda, Dominga Slat'T, Daniel C. Deane, Nellie Stafford, Jane Dirking, Fritz btockmann, August Dolan, Edward Sweeney, Catherine Estee, Morris W. Taylor, Benjamin E. Fay, B. M. Tubtin. Paul J. Felenger, George G. Von Oesen, Dora Flaherty, Katie Waters, Patrick Green, Georgie Westenhaver, Chas. Grimes, James L. Woepke, Fred Harrington, John M. ARMENIO— In this city, November 3, 1903, Giacomo, dearly beloved Bon of Franceso and Luisa Armenio, a native of San Fran- cisco, aged 7 months nnd 'M days. E7"FrlendB and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral on Thurs- day, November 5. at 2 o'clock, from his par- '¦ ents' residence on Onondaga avenue and j Delaware street. Interment Italian Ceme- tery. ! BEHRMANN— In this city. November 2, 1903, Jane, beloved wife of C. F. Behrmann, and sister of Mrs. Gardner Osgood and James Jchnston. a native of Ireland, aged 59 years 9 months and 22 days. [O'Frien'is and acquaintances are respect- . fully invited to attend the funeral services Friday, November 0. at 2 o'clock, at the : mortuary chapel of the Golden Gate Under- taking Company, 2475 Mission street, near Twenty-first. Interment I. O. O. F. Ceme- tery. Kindly omit flowers. BELMONT— In the City Rnd County Hospital, November 4, lilOTJ. Henry O. Belmont, a na- tive of Ohio, aged 34 years. BIENEK— In this city. November 4, 1903, Otto Bienek, a native of Berlin, Germany, aged 52 years. A member of Paperhangeis' and Fresco Painters' Union Nq, 509. (_TFriend8 and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral services to-mnrrow (Friday), at 2 o'clock, at the par- lors of Oanuier Bros., 120U Mission street, 1 between Eighth and Ninth. Crrmation I. O. : O. F. Cemttery. Plea?e omit flowers. I BREEN— In this city. November 4, 1903, Wil- i Ham, beloved son of John A. and Mary T ¦ Brecn, a native of San Francisco, aired 2 years and 14 ciays. i BURKE — In this city, November 4. 190.1, Brld- iret Theresa Kurke. beloved mother of Mrs Hosa Krlis, Mrs. Rebecca Anderson, Mra Kate Jacobsan and James Burke of Auck- land. New Zealand, a native of Ireland, aged 88 years. (Auckland (New Zealand) pa- pers pleaf* copy.) CTKriends and acquaintances are respect. ' fully Invited to attend the funeral Friday, : at 2 o'clock, from her late residence, 201 Shotwel] street, corner Sixteenth. Inter- ment Cypress Lawn Cemetery, by funeral car from Eighteenth and Guerrero streets. CASPER— In this city, November 4, 1903, Ed- ward Harold, .beloved eon of Andrew and Julia Casper, 'and brother of Henry and Stephen Casper, a native of San Francisco, aKe«l 4 month* and 19 days. •• - CLIFFORO-In this city. November 4, 190.J, John Thomas, beloved huxband of Annie . Clifford, father of Patrick J. Clifford, loving rein cf Patrick and Ellen Clifford, brother of Nollie. William and the late Joseph Clifford, and brcther-ln-law of Ella and AbUe -Mc- Carthy, a native of Lynn, Mass., aged 29 years 1 month and 12 days. (CTRemains at the parlors of McFarlden, McBrearty -Green. 1171 Mission Btreet. COOK — In this city. November 4. 1903. Mollie, beloved wife of Charles H. Cpok, a native : of TVs Moincs, Iowa, aged 2l> years and 11 months. t C^Notlce of funeral hereafter. CROWLEY— In this city, November 4. 1903, Elizabtth, beloved wife of William Crowley, a native of EnEland, aged <11 years. m^Kemains at the mortuary chapel of the OoMen Gate Undertaking Company, 2473 Million street, near Twenty-first. DALOARDA— In the City and County Hospi- tal, N'rvember 4. 190.'!, Dominga Delgarda, a native of Mexico, nped £0 years. DEANE— In this city. November 4, 1903, Nel- lie Deane, a native of Marysvllle, Cal., aged 30 years 8 months and 17 days. [ETInterment at Sacramento. Cal. DIRKING— In this city. November 3. 1903, Fritz, beloved husband of Clementine Dirking, and father of Edward and Fritz Dirking and Mrs. Walter N. Kelly and Mrs. Alice Feld. a native of Ncuchetel. Switzerland, aged 55 years 9 months and 14 days. (l—^Frlf-nds and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral services Thursday, November 5. 11)03, at 11 o'clock, ot the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Walter N. Kelly, 3547 Twenty-first street. Inter- ment l-«urel Hill Cemetery. DOLAN— In this city, November 3. 1903, Ed- ward Dolan, a native of County Leltrim, Ireland, aged 87 years. Cl^Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Friday), at 8:30 o'clock, from his late resi- dence, t»5 Ivy avenue, off Van Ness avenue, thence to St. Mary's Cathedral, where a re- quiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Croes Cemetery. ESTEE — In Honolulu. October 21. 1903, Morris March, beloved husband of Frances D. Estee, a native of Pennsylvania, aged 70 years. (ETFuncral services Thursday, October 5. at 10 a. m.. at Masonic Temple, corner ot Post and Montgomery streets, under the aus- pices of the Grand Lodge, F. and A, M. FAY — In this city, November 4, 1903, B. M., relict of John 'Fay, and loving mother of Luke nnd John Fay, a native of Ireland, aged 65 years 8 months and 16 days. (ETFrlends and acquaintances are respect, fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Friday), at 9:30 o'clock, from her late resi- dence, 2014 Powell street, thence to St. Fran- cis Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, by electric funeral car from Eighteenth and Guerrero streets. Please ¦ omit flowers. FELENGER — In Cupertino, Santa Ctara County, November 4, 1903, George G. Felen- ger, beloved eon of Lawrence and Mary Felenger, and father of Gertie, Cloe, Clara, Ellen and George Felenger, a native of Cali- fornia, aged 41 . years 9 months and 19 days. £7Frlends and acquaintances are respect, fully invlttd to attend the funeral, which will take place to-morrow (Friday), at Holy Cross Cemetery, San Mateo County, at 12:46 o'clock. FLAHERTY — In this city, November 4, 1903, at the parents' residence, 24416 Perry street. Katie, beloved daughter of Michael and Bridget Flaherty, and elster of Michael E., Thomas, Mamie, Elsie and George Flaherty, a native of Seattle, Wash., aged 0 years 2 months and 12' days. GREEN— In the City and County Hospital, November 2, 1903, Georgle Green, a native of California, ' aged 17 years. GRIMES— In this city, November 3, 1003, James Lowry, beloved husband of Pamela J. Grimes, and father of Virgil A.' Grimes of Los Angeles and Dr. XV. L. Grimes of this city, a native of Illinois, aged 76 years 8 months and 22 days. HARRINGTON— In this city. November 4 1903. at h_ residence, 1C8 Perry street, near Fourth, John M., dearly beloved son of the late Hanora Harrington, and devoted brother ¦ of - Kitty, Mary and Louise Harrington a native of Virginia City, Nev., aged 22 years V months and 24 days. E7"Notlce of funeral hereafter. . , . HOLTUM — In this city, November 3 1903 ' Mary Jane Holtum, mother of H. B.> Holtum of Wyoming. Geary L. Holtum, Mrs. J. L Plnard and Mrs. E. J. Fox of San Jose a native of Vermont, aged 68 years 8 months and 12 days. (San Jose papers please copy ) B_Trlends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral Thursday- November 5, 1903, at 2 o'clock, from her late residence, 509 Van Ness avenue, thence to Odd Fellows* Cemetery, Point Lobos avenue where services will be held at 2:30 p. m '. JUZIX— In this city, November 4, 1903* Leona Juzix, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs L Juzix, and sister of Marguerite, Gertrude* Patrick, Gabriel and Helen Juzix, a native . of . San Francisco. \gei 8 months and 13 days. KRENZ— In Albuquerque. New Mexico, Octo- F. J. Monahan, President. MONAHAN & CO., (Inc.) w ';'* •—¦¦ FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS. 2339-2341 Mission st. Telephone Mission 31. F. J. Monahan, President ADVEBTISE-TENTS. jffpMTERS' ______B__BSQ___ __r_K___l I 8 _L ¦¦ fci Positively cured by these Iiittlo Pills. v They also relieve Distress from Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Too Hearty Eating- A per- fect remedy for Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsl- aiss, Bad Taste in the Month, Coated Tongua Pain in the Side, TORPID LIVER. They Regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price. OCEAN TRAVEL.' e Steamers leave San Fran- cisco as follows: For Ketchlkan. "Wranjce!. Juneau. Haines. Skagway. etc.. Alaska— tl a. m.. Nov. Change to company's steam- ers at Seattle. For Victoria. Vancouver. Port Townsend. Seattle. Ta- csma. Everett. Whatcom — 11 >». m.. Nov. 7. 1 -. *». 22. 27, Dec. 2. — Change at Seattle to this company's steamers for Alaska anrl G. N. R>". : at Seattle or Tacoma to N. P. Ry. ; at I * ancouver to C P. Ry. For Eureka (Humboldt Bay) — Pomona. I :'50 P. m.. Nov. « 12. is. 24 3O Dec. «; Corona. 1:SO p. m.. Nov. U. 15. 21. 27. Dec. 3. For Los Angeles' (via Fort L03 Angeles and Redondo). San Diego and Santa Barbara- Santa Rosa. Sundays, 9- a. m. ¦ State of California. Thursdays, 9 a. m. For Los Angeles <via San Pedro and East San Pedro). Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz. Mon- terey. San Simeon. Cayucoa. Port Harford tSan Luis Oblspo). Ventura and Hueneme. Coos Day. » a. m. Nov ft. 17 2.". Dec. 3. Bonita. 0 a. m.. Nov. 5. 13. 21. 2!). Dec. 7. For Ensenada. Mafcrlalena Eay. San Jose del Cabo, Mazatlan. Aitata, La Paz. Santa Ro- salia. Guaymas (Mex.). 10 a. m., 7th of each month. For further Information obtain folder. Rlicht is reserved to change steamers or sail- ing dates. TICKET OFFXC—S — 4 Xew Montgom- ery street (Palace Hotel). 10 Market street an.l Broadway wharves. Freight office. 10 Market street. C. D. DL'N'ANN. General Passen^pr A?cnt, 10 Market street. San Francisco. O. /?- <S_ /V. CO. •'Columbia 1 * sails No. ». 1!>. 20. Dec. J). 1!». 20. "George W. Elder" sails, Nov. 14, 24. Dec. 4, 14, 21. Only steamship line to PORT- LAND, OR., and short rail line from Portland to all points East. Through tickets to all points, all rail or steamship and rail at LOW- EST KATES. Steamer tickets include berth and meals. Steamer sails foot of Spear st. at It a. m. S. F. BOOTH. Gen. Ajet. Pass. Dept., 1 Montgomery St.: C. CLIFFORD, Gen. Agt. Freight Dept., 3 Montgomery AMERICAN LINE. NEW TOKK- SOUTHAMPTON— LONDON. S.Louis. Nov.ll,9:3<> ami St.I'auI.Nov.2S.$»:.".(> am N.York. Nov.21.9:."50 am) PhiIada..Dec.5.O::5O am SPFPIil MHTirF t'ommenclng November 7, JILViAL IIUUWL American Line steamers will sail on Saturdays at 0:3o a. m. Instead of on Wednesdays at 10:0O a. m. as heretofore. Thestcamers will continue to sail on Saturdays from Southampton at 12 o'clock noon and from Cherbourg at 5 p. m. ATLANTIC TRAWSPOET LINE. New Tork — London Direct. Mntka. .Nov.l4,l:3o pm| Mlnne'ha..Nov.2S, noon Mlneaplls..Nov.21,7 amlMenomlnee. .P*>c.5,t> am Only First-class Passengers Carried. DOMINION LINE. Boston — Quee-stown — Liverpool. Cohimbus Nov. 12 Commonwealtn..N<>v. 10 Portland — —lrerpool— Short Sea Passage. Canada Nov. 28;Cambroman Dec. 5 Boston Mediterranean ««*« AZORES— N-APLES— GENOA. Vancouver Saturday. November 21 BED STAS LIN_. TXbw Tor_ — Antwerp — Paris. VadId..N'ov.l4.1O:3O ami Zelnd..Nov.2S.lO:.10 am Krnld..Nov.21.10:."?0 ami Finland. n*>c.5,10:30 am WHITE STAS LINE. Hew Tork — Qaeenstown — Liverpool. Sailing Wednesdays and Fridays. Majestlc.Nov.il, noonl Oceanic... Nov.lS,r> am Celtic Nov. 13. noonl Oymrlc Nov.2i>,6 am Armenian. Nov. 17.3 pm! Teutonic. .Nov.25. noon C. D. TATLOR. Passenger Aitt. Pacific Coa»t, 21 Post st., San Francisco. uCTI P__£S direct to the. **•&!__ a\U iji V^ZORES. CIBBALTAR7*%a.l.V3 I _TAtolERS. MAR3EILL-S. GE.VOVXl I MT MAPttS 6r ALCXAXDPiA ECYPT-1M ROMANIC, Dec. 5," Jan. 16, Feb. 27, Apl. 9 REPUBLIC (new), Jan. 2. F«b. 13, Mar. 20 CANOPIC Jan. SO, Mar. 12 (Send for rates and Illustrated booklet.) These steamers are the largest In Medi- terranean service. First class. $75 and |S0 upward, according to date of salllns. Boston to Liverpool Q H ..;!rtaw n CRETIC Dec. 10. Feb. 11 •CYMRIC Dec. 24, Jan. 28. Feb. 23 First class. $63 upward. For plans, etc.. address WHITE STAR LINE. 77-81 Stata St.. Boston, or to C. D. TATLOR. 21 Post •_ TOYO RISEN KAISHA. (ORIENTAL STEAMSHIP CO.) Steamers will leave wharf, corner First and Brannan streets, at 1 p. m.. for YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG, calling at Kobe (Htogo). Nagasaki and Shanghai, and connecting at Hongkong with steamers for India, etc. No cargo received on board on day of sailing. S. 8. AMERICA MARU • Tuesday. November 10. 1903 8. 8. HONGKONG MARU Thursday. December 3. 1903 B. 8. NIPPON MARU (Calling at Manila) Wednesday. December 30, 1JKXT Via Honolulu. Round- trip tickets at reduced rates. For freight and passage* apply at Com- pany's office, 421 Market street, corner First. • W. H. AVERT. General Agent. oeeaDies.s.co. e«$Hi S. S. ALAMEDA, for Honolulu, Nov. 7. II a.m. S. S. SONOMA, for Honolulu, Samoa. Auck- land and Sydney, Thursday, Nov. 19. 2 p. m. 8. S. MARIPOSA, for Tahiti, Dec. 1, 11 a. m. 4J.«mcmi-B«S.e3,Jlj!s..ricUtflffia,B43Sarwa f^t82_LJ21H__tSL.Pl_U.7.Pi_!5lt C0HPAGH1E eXHZ-ALX TBAH3ATLA5TIQUS. DIRECT LINE TO HAVRE-PARI3. _*«^ Sailing every Thursday instead of <IS2S|il Saturday, at 10 a. m., from Pier 42, ¦*!*¦*"' North River, foot of Morton street. First-class ' to HJfcrre. $70 and upward. Ppo- ond-class to Havre, $45 and . upward. GEN- ERAL AGENCT FOR UNITED STATES AND CANADA, 32 Broadway (Hudson- Building). New York. J. F. FUGAZI & CO.. Pacific Coast Agents, 5 Montgomery avenue, San Fracnisco. Tickets sold by all Railroad Ticket Agents. ¦ M— re I»l_ ad and Vallejo Steamer*. Steamer GEN. FRISBIE or MONTICELLO— 9:45 a. _., 3:15 and 8:30 p. m.. except Sunday. Sunday, 9:45 a. m., 8:30 p. m. Leave Vallejo. 7 a. m., 12:30 and tt p. m. . ex. Sunday. Sun- day. 1 a. m., 4:15 p. m. Fare, 60 cents. Tel. Main 150$. Pier 2, Mission- st. dock. HATCH BROS. n_A_ ESTATG CITV— FOR gAljP » „„_ SP_CK~_~CO^ CC7 MARKET ST. OPP. KEARNY. REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND RENT _..„ _ COLLECTORS. FLLL CHARGE TAKEN OF PROPERTY. SELECTED INVESTMENTS. "WESTERN ADDITION CORNER. 1.0,000 — Annual rents $5172; beautiful modern building: lot 87x85; pays over 10 per ccm- rents $431. JfonTHWEST CORNER. f^O.OOO — 1S7:Cx137:C; gubstantial Improve- ments; injured for $20,000: mortgage $00,000 at 54 per cent can remain; pays S per cent net. SKCOND-ST. CORNER. $*S,000 — One and a half blocks from Market et. ; 47 feet front; cheapest downtown corner to be had near Market St.; a chance to make a turn at pood advance. CHA*NCn FOR SPECULATORS. ?40,«K> — Lot K.'x27I>: 2 frontages; 10<5 rooms; rents $350: 1 tcr.ant; can be easily loafed at $*<*). GOLDEN GATE AVE. f 23, 500 — GoiJrn Gate, near Van Ness ave. ; 42x_t>; 2 frontages; renu S144; rents can be increased to ?170; fine site for apartment house. POLK-ST. BUSINESS PROPERTY. $20,000— Fiorc-s and lodging-house; rents $1C5; lot 30 ft. frontajce; pays over 9 per cent. 51S.50O— Vicinity Haight and Scott; CS:!>x 137:<;: fine Improvements; rents 5140 a month. SANSOME-ST. CORNER. • SKT'OO — Cutties corner; etorrs. bapement and floor above; rects Sl<£; j.ays 11 per ctr.t. <»CTAVIA-ST. RESIDENCE. $17.r.<X> — Choice location; 14 rooms and baths; | S ixsJroomfs; lot 39x137 :« fprt. DOWNTOWN INVESTMENT. |US,SOO— OTarrell et.. cast of Van Ne??; pays 10 per cent net by assuming $!»000 ; bank mortgage; rents $115; lot 27:(*xl20 ; foot : 2 frontages WASHINGTON-ST. RESIDENCE. $1."., COO — Modern 12-room residence; marine ] view; building alone coot more than | price asked: lot 40x12$ feet. PINE-ST. CORNER. fl2.r.OO— Southeast corner Pino and Webster Ets.; <;2:CxlO0: splendid site for flats. ELEVENTH ST. Jin.r.00 — r.Ox200 feet; 2 frontages; olfl improve- | ments: fine fite for storage, drayage or \ automobile garage paiinim. $7.000 — Throe good flats in X£__oa; rents JC5 I a month. ?C.5O0 — Thr«-«; fine flats; vicinity Eighteenth j and Castro; rcntu $5S a month; lot i 25x125. - $r>.noo— Four good fiat* in Mission: always rc-.itod at $4S a month. S.'.rnX* — Washington Ft.. rif-ar Spruce: lot ¦ C0xl27:SM: worth snout; want filter. fl.400 — Corner lot near OoMea Gate Park; ' 25x100 feet SPECK ft CO.. 0C.7 Market Et. XOSE3US cottngrr: flr.ifhed complete ¦with j every convenience; easy terms; large lets. 4 room* — $29<>O. *i rooms — 9355G. T> rooms — $.:.".' 0. 6 room* — ?••'¦ ". 7 roona— $4100. s rooms — $4G<0. Looated on First and Second ave., bet. j Qcary «nd McAllister Ft. oars and one block I north of park. F. NELSON, builder. HT'ILD on your unimproved realty: we loan ; full M*t improv. ar.«l part lot at fi per cent, i MANHATTAN LOAN CO.. Crocker building. [ FINE income flats on Pulton, nr. CHy Ha'.l; j r»nsrnHb!e. Inquire 142 Fu'.ton ft., owner. Hi; • 1. KSTATIS Co an try— -For S_le. j NOTICE TO EMPLOYES. A rare chance for parties earnir.? a small j faiary to get thtrr.selvi-s a nice country i home f 400 — f 100 down. 525 a month, will buy 10 j acres of choice citrus fruit, berry, table or i win* grape lard in the Whitakc-r & Ray • Colony, Sacramento County, IS miles from ' capital" of State. 2000 acres sold. l.VK) planted; good school ; end cloee to railroad station. QUIGGLE, I care WHITAKER - RAY CO.. 7U.J Market j •t.; hours.. 9 to 10 a. in.. 4 to Z> p. m., or j address box 15. Gait. | HO A MONTH buys a ten-acre farm twelve ! mile* from Pat lament"; v.Tite for booklet: i It's free. WRIGHT & KIMBROUGH. COS I ft.. Sacrameruo. CaL ; IF you war.t a stock ranch, (lain* Or colonlza- I . ticn tract, write OH A P. W. COE _ CO.. 45 ¦ West Fanta ft.. Pan Jree. Cal. j AI-T"AI-FA la_ da. stork ranches, on-hard*. ! vineyaris- inspected bargains; monthly cat*- I l^FU^f pent free. C. M. WOOSTER CO., C4S j Market st. ! FOR poultry and dairy ranches yielding a g«od profit. HAMILTON & KF.NT'RICK.P* ta'.urra. 1'UIM RICHMOND UEAL, ESTATE. < waTHU front lots and bargains: aJl tracts: J mans r-h'"*" '*«•. T*T7__ 41" P3rr>->tt hlflc. j j DEAL KSTATIJ TO BXCHASGB. OAKLAND properly to rschartm for a email i ran^h 5n Sonoma nr Nara County, p C. ' U_SS_N & CO.. 4<v, TV-mh Ft.. Oakland. Cal. j ALAMEDA ADVERTISEMENTS. ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE. DO you wart to buy a lot? Do you want to j l>u!ld r home? Do you war.t j lans made? ' Call "r ftddicaa J. H YOUNG. 1213 Park ! Ft.. AUtneda, Cal. BERKELEY ADVERTISEMENTS BERKELEY REAL ESTATE. $3T.O— ACRE lot in University Heights, adjoin- ing university grounds. $4(ki — Jit-foot lot*, one block from car line; factory *!«•: on water front and railroad, W«t Berkeley; ?lo per front foot. — — — I 3 acre*, near town line; 6-room house, well, I barn, fruit trees, etc.; near electric cars: $2U<iO; owner's health iEiling; must be Bold at CHENEY & BERRY. PoFtofnce Block, Berkeley. $ 10,000— A GENTLEMAN'S home near the new Country Club grounds. F:ne house of 16 rooms, large stable*, etc.; 2l£ acres cf iand; worth seeing. Apily to JOS. J. MASON. Heal Estate, Berkeley rtatlon. FOR exchange — Nice house of 5 rooms and . »»th; lot 5<ixi:J5: tunny Bide of street; street work all done; value f_V<X>; mortgage $1500; will take country pror«erty fcr equity. JOS. J. MASON. Real Estate, Berkeley cta'ion. J~J. MASON, Real Estate and Insurance Agent. Choir* Property a Specialty. FE. cor. £hattu<k ave. and Center St., I! ..-:.. ;. y Cal ¦ " . ] OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS OFFICE, 1118 BROADWAY. OAKLAND REAL ESTATE. OAKLAND HOUSES FOR SALE. ~ ~~ tlCW>— Cottage of 6 room*, bath, brick founda- tion, high basement; newly painted; lot 60 feet, runny side; well and suitable - near San Pablo ave. and both ferry ser- vices. $2000 — Cottage of 6 rooms, bay-window, bath and high basement; lot 37:GxlOO; sunny aide; very central; street work all done; blx sacrifice: rtnts for $1C. $2500 — Cottage of 7 room*, bath, fine barn; lot C"x:<'; one block from Broadway. 5700 — Choice building; lot. 35x127; Chestnut et . between Sl'd and 34th; Immediate vicinity of new ferry. ( 1500 — Cottage of 5 rooms and bath, high base- ment; cloee to Ban Pablo ave. ; Bfreet work all done: rents for fl4; eaEy terms for payments. ;¦ $1000— Elegant home of 7 rooms. In course of construction, near Telegraph ave.; 40 ft. lot: Bee it new and have Jt finished up to eult you. GEO. XV. AUSTIN. 1002 Broadway. Oakland. 2-6TORT new modern colonial home of 8 rooms; rear local train: In East Oakland; very choice location; electric line In front; etreet work all done; nice open lawn, gas and electric lighting; rmall cash payment, bal- ance monthly. GEORGE XV. AUSTIN. 1002 Broadway. Oakland. $300 CASH. $7 5ft month; 3-room cottage; outhouse, chicken-houae, fruit trees, etc.; ' .'Tie noil; away from fogs and cold winds; an Ideal epot; close by la a nice school, church, town hall, electric cars, etc., a. stone's throw from this place; adjoining East Oakland; price ' fS50 In all. $350 caeh, $8 50 monthly: cottage, 4 rooms ' and bathroom, pantry. clo*et, etc. ; good well of pure water; chicken-house, barn, rmall ' fruit and flowers; an Ideal home; price fllOO. Call or send for circular, 455 Seventh 8t., opp. Broadway station, Oakland. Carriage free. . .< H. Z. JONES. Owner. Modern house. 9 rms.; stable; Mason & Hamlln ! organ. Before 12 m., 422 Orange «t., Oakland. . OAKLAND HOUSES TO LET. 8 BEFORE moving get my printed list of houses , to let. GEORGE W. AUSTIN. 1003 Broad- ' wsy. Oakland. " OAKLAND FURMTCRE FOR SALE, j TO-MORROW the day for bargains In furnl- i ture. H. BchtUhaaa, nth et.,cor.£tore,Oakln4, ber SO, 1903. Emil A, Jr.. dearly beloved son of Emil A. and Marie Krenz, and devoted brother of Herman and Rudolph Krenz, the. late Arthur Krenz and the late Mrs. A. R> Ness, a native of San Francisco, ajred 26 years 0 months and 10 days. (DTriends and acquaintances ar« respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow ( Friday), at 1 o'clock, from the residence of his parents, 1235 York street, between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth. Interment • Mount Olivet Cemetery. KURICH— In .this citv, November 4. 1903, Jerome, dearly beloved husband of Magda- lena Kurlch, and father of Antone Splro, Peter and Dr. Ostrollo Kurlch, a native of Kumlza, Dalmatla, Austria, aged 61 years 1 monthi and 4 days. CTFrleTids and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral Friday, November 6. ot 10 o'clock, from hio late, residence, 1919 Dupont street, thence to Sts. Peter nnd Paul's. Church, corner Dupont and Filbert streets, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 10:30 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Please omit flowers. MESETH In Seattle, October 27, 1903, Charles Meseth, dearly beloved son of ChrUtena and the late Charles Meseth, and loving brother of Samuel, Otto and Alfred "Meseth and Mrs. A. G. Kllnert. a native of New York, aged 40 years 3 months and 10 days. E7"Frien(Js and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral Thursday, November 5, l!>03, at 10 o'clock, from Charles J. H. Metzler's undertaking parlors. (KJtS AVashtngton street. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery, by electric funeral car from Eight- eenth and Guerrero streets. MlLLER— In the City and County Hospital, November 4, 1003, Frank Miller, a native of Germany, aged CO years. O'NEIL — In this city, November 4, 1903, John Eugene O'Neil, a native of Massachusetts, aged 00 years 5 months and 0 days. PARNOW— In this city, November 4, 1003. Charles Domlnick. beloved son of Theodore C and Madge A. Parnow, and brother of Frank C. and Ubie J. Parnow, a native of San Francisco, aeed 5 months. PINKHAM— In this city, November 4, 1903, Rernlce Plnkham. beloved daughter of the •iRte George C. and Carrie S. Pinkham, sister of Clifford and Lloyd Plnkham, and grand- daughter of Mrs. K. F. . Gardiner and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Pinkham, a native of California, as<¥l 5 years G months and liJ days. SCHM1TT — In this city, November 4, 1903, Georse dearly beloved husband of Catherine Schmltt. a native of Baden, Germany. SLATER— In this city, November 4, 190;?, Daniel C, beloved husband of Jeanette Adele Plaur and father of Neil, Marion and Ken- neth S!oter, a native of Arkansas, aged 51 years and 1 month. . STAFFORD-In this city, November 3, 1003, Jane, beloved wife of the late William Staf- ford and mother of Nicholas and John Staf- ford Mra. L Duffy and the late Stephen and Richard Stafford, a native of Drougheda, ' County Louth, Ireland, aged 40 years. (Wor- cester. Mass., papers please copy.) ICTFrlends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Friday), at 10 o'clock, from the parlors of the United Undertakers, 8»'>0 Mission street, between Fourth and Fifth, thence to Si. Brendan's Church for services at 10:30 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. STOCKMANN— In this city, November 3, 1903, August, beloved husband of Pauline Stock- mann, and devoted father of Richard 'Stock- mann, Mr« G. Wilkens and Mrs. H. Fuel- ticher a native of Stettin, Germany, aged 75 years 0 months and 10 days. (New York papers please copy.) (CyFriends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend tha funeral to-day (Thursday), at 1 p. m., from the parlors of H F Suhr & Co., 1137 Mission street, be- tween Seventh and Eighth. Interment Cy- preRB Lawn Cemetery, by electric funeral car from Eighteenth and Guerrero streets. SWEENEY— In this city, November 4, 1903. at the residence, 1723 Mission street, Cath- erine i... wife of J. Sweeney, beloved mother of Mary. John and James Sweeney, daugh- ter of Ellen and the late Michael Callnghan, and sister of James, Thomas and Martin Callaghan. Mrs. E. O'Connor and Mrs. M. Oalvin. a native of Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland. TAYLOR — In this city, November 3, 1903. Benjaivln E.. dearly beloved husband of Sarah F. Taylor, and father of Charles L., Benjamin H. and the late Frank L. Taylor, . a native of Illinois, aged 63 years 7 months and 21 days. CTTriends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Friday) Rt 1:30 o'clock, from the Masonic Hall South San Francisco, under the aus- pices of South San Francisco Lodge No. 212, F. and A. M. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery, by carriage. TUSTIN— In Peuria. 111., October 25, 1903, Paul J. Tustin, beloved son of Fernando and Mary Tus>tin, and brother of Mrs. J. F. Jorohay. Mrs. - C. Strandbertr, Mrs. H. Hughes ana Georse W. Tustin. a native of San Francisco, aged 30 years 9 months and 1 day. ¦ C7Friends and acquaintances are respect- fullv invited to attend the funeral services Friiiay. November 6, 1003, at 11 o'clock, at the mortuary chapel of the Golden Gate Undertaking Company, 2475 MUslon street, near Twenty-first. I.-.terment Cypress Lawu Cemetery. " "" **! ¦ ***¦ .. I VON OESEN— In this city. November 3. 1903. Dora, dearly beloved- wife of J. E. C. von O€s»n, motr-er of Irma von Oesen. daughter of Wllhelmlne and the late Diedrlch Becker, and sister of Mrs. Aug. Hansen, Mrs. Emile A Grvezlnger and Edna Becker, a native of San Francisco, aeed 30 years 10 months and 8 day». ¦. . • . .," •• KSTriends and acquaintances and mem- bers of Walhalla Rebekah Lodge No. 130, I. O. O F., are respectfully Invited to at- tend the funeral to-morrow (Friday), at I o'clock, from St. Markus Church. O'Farrell street, between Franklin and Gough. Cre- mation Odd Fellows* Cemetery. Please omit flowers. WATERS — In St. Mary's Hospital, November 3, 1903, Patrick, dearly beloved brother ot Joseph Waters, Mrs. Mary Joyce and the late Mrts. Annie Hanerty, a native of parish of Louth. County Louth. Ireland. (CyFrlends and acquaintances are respect, fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day (Thursday), at 8:45 a. m., from the funeral parlors ot the Pacific Undertakers, 777 MIs- " Fton street, thence to St. Patrick's Church, where a solemn requiem maBs will be cele- brated for th« repoce of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Ceme- tery. WHtfTENHAVER— In this city. November 2, lt'03, at his late residence. 121« Noe street, Charles C, beloved husband of Belle Westen- haver. and brother of Mrs. C. H. Westcott. Mrs. M. )¦;. Jordan and D. M. Ramsey, a na- tive of Clo.verdale, Cal., aged 43 years 1 month and 14 days. » tCFriends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral Thursday, at 1:30 o'clock, from the Advent Christian Church, Church street, between Twenty-ninth and Day. Interment Cypress Lawn Ceme- tery. WOEPKE— In U.ls city, November 4, 1003. Fred Woenke, beloved son of Fred and Georg- Ine Wvenke, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ehrlnter, a native of San Francisco, aged 3 months and 23 days. 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 rela- .atlves of living members will be sung in St. Dominic's Church Thursday at 9 a. m. ¦K_S— EO—B ____¦— B—B B— — O— C— __CHGB_B_I FUNERAL NOTICE. Office of the Grand Secretary, Grand Lodge, F, and A. M., of California. The Grand Lodge of Free and Accept- ed Masons of the State of California will hold a special communication in King Solomon's . Hall, at the Masonic Temple in this city, on Thursday, the 5th inst, at 10 O'clock, a. m., for the purpose, of conducting the fun- eral of our late esteemed and beloved brother, the , M.W., MORRIS MARCH ESTEE Past Grand Master of the Jurisdiction. The Grand Officers, Past Grand Officers and ; members thereof, and the officers and members of the several Lodges in this Jurisdiction are hereby notified and requested to be in attend- ance. ' * ' ¦ . By direction of the Grand Master. GEO. JOHNSON, Grand Secretary.