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Chief Bookkeeper Resigns.
City Treasurer McDougald yester day accepted the resignation of "Ike" "Wertheimer, his chief bookkeeper. Wertheimer resigns to become cashier to Postmaster Arthur Fisk. his broth er-in-law. "Wertheimer will be suc ceeded by James Tomalty, now a dep uty in the Treasurer's office, but Mc- Dougald has not as yet selected the man to succeed Tomalty. ¦ ? ¦ : — - Swimming at Olympic Club. A big swimming tournament will take place at the Olympic Club on Wednesday evening, April 6. All . the crack swimmers will be entered and the event will be a noteworthy, one. April 14 has been set aside as ladles' night. THE SAN FRANCISCO GALL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1904, 15 I STUTTERING AXD STAMMERING. t THE MELBOURNB SCHOOL for the cure oT stuttering and stammering, corner Van Ness ave. and Market st.. S. F.. has been estab- lished in this city for 3 years and shall con- tinue, for it is founded on true merit and haj the commendation cf 'reputable physician* everywhere. it teaches a superior iy«tem and challenges results. No wholesale class ¦work, but 6 hours' individual teaching daily, reducing nervous obstruction to speech anJ leading to thorough control. 'Within reach "f all. Biisln*"i hours. 1 to 5 p. m. A.\D SUPPLIES. AN. exceptionally good Xo. 2 Remington,~Xo7~l Smith Premier. |23; other typewriters at higher and lower prices; rentals $2 30 The Typewriting Exchange. 536 California' st. A FEW good typewriters at $30 each: get par- ticulars of L. _ M. ALEXANDER. 110 Mont- gomery s-t. 2D-HAXD typewriters sold, rented, repaired. Webster Typewriter. Inspec. Co.. 508 Market. DIVIDE.SD NOTICES. • SAN FRANCISCO and Suburban Home BuUd- icg Society. Sth floor. Mutual Savings Ba_k building, »0S Market St.. opposite Third— For th« half year ending 31st ot December 1903. a dividend has been declared at tha rate per annum of (12) twelve per cent oa capital stock and participating; certificates. free of taxes, payable on and after SATUR- DAY. January 2. 1004. JOSEPH A. LEON- ARD. Manager. HUGH CRAIG Secretary. DIVIDEND Notlce^ — Mercantile Trust Company of San Francisco. Dividend Xo. 3 of three dollars per share will be payable at the of- flee of the corporation. 464 California St.. Saa Francisco. April 1. 1964. Transfer books will close March 24. 1904. , JOHN D. McKEE. Secretary. PROPOSALS. SAX FRAXCISCO. Cal.. March 29. 1904.— Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will be re- ceived here, and at office of Quartermaster, San Diego Barracks, Cal.. until 11 a, m.. April 29. 1004. for furnishing wood and coal for Alcatraz Island. Fort Baker. Benlci^Bar- racks. Fort Mason. Fort McDoweU, Fort Miley. Presidio of San Francisco. San Diego Barracka, Fort Rosecrans. San Francisco, Depot of Recruits and Casuals. Angtl Island, and Ord Barracks, Monterey. Cal., and fuel 011 at Fort Baker and Presidio of San Fran. . risco, Cal., during fiscal year commencing July 1, 19O4. United States reserves right to reject or accept any and all bids, or any part . thereof. Preference (riven to articles of do- | nest!c production, conditions of quality and price (including in the price of foreign pro- , ductions the duty thereon) being; equal, and • such preference given to articles of American 1 production produced on the Pacific Coast to extent of consumption reo,utred by the public service there. Information furnished on ap- plication to quartermaster at San Diego Bar- racks or to undersigned. WM. S; PATTEN, Chief Quartermaster. STEEL Tank, Tower and Pumping Plant. — Of- fiiy Depot Quartermaster, San Francisco, Cal., March 7. 1904. — Sealed proposals in triplicate will be received at this office until 12 o'clock M.. March 31. 1904, for the com- plete construction of a steel tank, tower and pumping plant at Fort William McKiniey. near Manila. P. I. The United States re- serves the right to accept or reject any or ail proposals or any part thereof. Specifications and blank proposals furnished on application. Plans for tank and tower may be seen at this office. Envelope containing proposals should be marked "'Proposal for Tank, Ac," and addressed to Major CV A. Devol, Quar- termaster U. S. Army. Depot Quartermaster. PROPOSALS for plumbing supplies — Depot Quartermaster's Office, No. 36 New Mont- jconn-ry st., San Francisco, Cal., March 13, 1904. Sealed propcsals. in triplicate, subject to usual conditions, will be received here until 12 o'clock m., Thursday, March 31, 1904, Pacific Standard time, and then opened, for furnishing pip« and fittings for Fort Mc- Kiniey, P. I. The United States reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids, or . any part thereof. Information and blank proposals will be furnished on application. Envelopes containing proposals to be marked "Proposal No. 202T" and -ddr?ssed , to MAJQR C. A. DEVOL, Q. M.. U. S. Army. Depot Quartermaster. 3IARRIAGE LICENSES. Marriage licenses were issued yesterday as follows: • ¦ Louie C. Beckwith. K>, 43S5 Twenty-sixth etreet. and Annie-Gale, 30. 1213 Folsom street. George ML' Bristow. 26. "IS Leavenworth St.. and Arabella Graham, 21. 718 Leavenworth st. Robert H. Jones. 21. 1"» Broderick street, and Belle McLeod, IS. 12STRuss street. John R. Harry, 21, 23-S4 Green street, and Emma Molt. 18. 537 Montgomery avenue. Timothy Laughlin. 27. 91$ Illinois street, and Xorah • McEUigott, 26. city. Arthur E. Pollexfen. 27. 414 Castro street, and Lena Grau, 23, -.1275 O'Farrell etreet. Vincenzo Lima, 24, 1517 Dupont street, and Giuseppa Navarre. IS, 58 Manchester street. George W. Watts, 21. 215 Chestnut street, and Rope J. Anfibolo. 21.' 503 Greenwich st. . Calvin L. Williams, 3». Lesslie, S. C. and He&a J. Seanor, 49, 1114 Goldan Gate ave. James B. Xakada. 42, 530 Pine street, and Taye Fakagi. 2t, 020 Sacramento street. BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS. Birth, marriage and death notices sent 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 of per- \ sons authorized to have the same published. Notices restricted simply to the announcement of the event are published once In this column free of charee. MARRIED. CLARK— TOOLEY— In this city, March 28. 19C4. by the Rev. Rufus E. Nunn. pastor of Centenary Methodist Church. Leroy Claik and Miss Logan Tootey. both of this city. SKINNER — RIDDELL— In this city. March 6. 1904, by the Rev. Hugh N. Gelchrist. George W. Skinner and Llntine M. Riddell. __________ . Bochi, Mary ¦ Matthew. Frank T. Boyd, Catherine S. McCarthy. Mary A, Carter, Thomas O. Melcxer, William Corwin, William F. Mohan. Joseph T. Dettbarn. - Waldemar Murphy. Daniel F. Dolan, Michael ¦ Murphy. Hugh S. Duff. Julia Ann Noble. Harry C. Dunleavy, Mrs. J. Neumann. Dr. L. Farley. Capt. Daniel Nottson. Lewis J. Fishel. Morris Olson. Mrs. Karln FKeiermuth. P. J.' Soreneen, HuM 1. I. Goudey, Rufus S. Thomas. Charles G. . Hi Lee ¦ Theberath. Theo. E. Hunter, Anna .Ward, William Hurley, Margaret Weyhe. Frederick W. Kossman. Anthony Whipple. Ruth E. Larkin, Margaret J. Wolff. William Llbare, Antonlna M. ••Wong Sing Lien, Newman M. BOCHI— In the City and County Hospital. . March 29, 1904. Mary Bochi, a native of Massachusetts, ased 43 years. BOYD— In this city, March 27, 1904. Catherine S. Bovd, beloved mother of Mrs. F. S. WU- kins and Mrs. H. L. Van Wyck. a native of New York. IC7"FunexaI services will be held to-day (Wednesday), at 11:30 o'clock, at her late residence, 2i24 Steiner street. Interment private. Please omit flowers. CARTER— In this city, March 29. 1904, ¦ Thomas O., beloved husband of Elizabeth Carter, and father of Mrs. Aurella R. Howe, a native of Maine, aged 67 years. [7 Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the . funeral to-morrow (Thursday), at 8 o'clock, from the chapel of^ Charles H. J. Truman & Co., 19C9 Mis- sion street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth. Interment fit Antioch on the arrival of the . 9:30 Santa Fe train. CORWIX— In Fruitvale. Cal., March 28, 1904. William Franklin, dearly beloved husband of the late Sarah Corwin. loving father of George W. Corwin. and grandfather of - Harry E. Carwin, a native of Newburgh, In- diana, ased 77 years 2 months aad 1!) days. DETTBARN— In this city. March 29. 1904, Waldemar Carl, dearly beloved and only child of Otto and Albcrtlna Dettbarn, and brother 'of the late Elba Dettbarn,* a native of San Francisco, aged 2 months and 11 days. DOLAN--In Livermore, Cal., March 29. 1904. Michael, beloved husband of Catherine Do- lan, father of James Dolan, Mrs. T. H. Dev- aney" of Livermore, Mrs. Mary Doolan. Mrs. E. G. Prosser,' Mrs. D. Carroll of Oakland. Mrs. P. J. Murray. Mrs. J. F. Mulqueeney. and grandfather of Catherine Dolan of Livermore,' a native of County Leltrirri. Ireland, aged 83 years. DTuneral from St. Michael's Church at 1 o'clock Thursday, March 31. DTJFF— In this city, March 29. 1904. Julia Ann . Adelaide Tucker Duff, beloved wife of John Duff, a native of Halifax, Nova Scotia, aged 56 years. * . (CT" Remains at the funeral parlors of the H. F; - Maass Co.. 917 Mission street. DUNLEAVY — An anniversary high mass will | be celebrated for. the repose of the soul of the late Mrs. Johanna Dunleavy at St. Rose's .Church Wednesday, morning. March 30. at 9 o'clock. Friends and acquaintances ar« respectfully invited. FARLEY— In this city, March 2S. ,1904. Cap- tain Daniel Edgar Farley, beloved husband of Martha Farley, and father of D. G. and May Farley, a native of New York City. (Brooklyn and New Yqjfc papers please copy.) C_rFriend« and acquaintances are respect- " fully invited to attend tht funeral to-day (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from his late residence, 972 Oak ¦ street; Interment I. O. • O.-F. Cemetery. Please omit flowers. ' FISHEL— In "this city, March 29. 1904, Mor- • i ris Fishel, a native of Austria, aged- 73 years. - . FREIERMUTH— In WatsonviUe, Cal., March A — PACIFIC E_"F_OV3__KT KGZStCT, ri^;;— MONTGOMERY —•"•-'• Phone U_ta;il91 — — ton. ir aii XEVAD *:rivSr»P *h si" S miser* poia rainc TONOPAH, »4. Head country hotel. flrrt-eVss house; waStea-B. hotel, M0 U-: «crub porter, city hotel *•-' 1 -> waiter*. S'st-cl a»'»- country houdL free firn PSJ fd-; cock ;ind - heliw _ua£ r.orth. ?K0 f_: third e«*. hotel. S „ TV! ¦ fcaady rta;i. mnch. •*« bos-s here; j wocd- <-r^niVr- " __r_«_m Ooottty; •• «n*a burn rt££55u -:v %A: Boacitorr b-.a^mith. cfttcp. « i!av: cock, cawp. near city $.-,0 rd ;«rrtat« painter, p » «*£; ** _W" • , ...---.,-* n R «ork.nosr rtty. fcpecial hTaVSrea tt NEVADA, O«-___*nt worSt. all S hours; S farmhands and milk, pear city, f"0 JSSj WASTE D Laborers «nd mechanics to know I hat £d f!e:k:r,. P.-t:o lio^iw prorr'-tcr. h«s iAC**l I0U new KWX_ l« — — Denver Houw. :.zi St.; _r.i> raoc— ; Sir to 50e per night I :- ' HESTER tlatet '.: Tjitrl st., near Mir- l^..' ~c0 rooms; '¦£'£ night; rearling-rocms: tree Lj* and bapgase :o «nd from ferry. NTH cTCoe ot Tfc» Call fnrtlse reception . ' ijv«.-!-r:s*-n«T!ts sn.I subscriptions ha* been ,.;-» :¦.<¦<! ar IO0G Market st.. opposit* Fifth. Gi«t! until 11 p. nv >.<: .'^'.-^ ALL r.z-s rr.c.:* Bbaes, ftlcbtly <ia snared, half Trie. TiCA Hirt'.cTx St.. bet. 1st and 2d sts. CTT vcur riwn half-FcleJ while waiting; 25c to S< . r*— MifcMor. ft., bet. 1st and 2J sts. HA__S TO LET. BOTHTOEIX BROWNE'S t Ccsey Corner I&ll ¦a- '. ¦• rested fcr wieet affairs. T.C4 R— ?ei st. HOaSKS AID WACOXS. rcGI'LAK euction ealpe cf horses., buggies. »-.MC<?s"iS anJ Uarr.ess «\ery Monday at 11 . . ¦•• ~k at Clt Eliit St.; all horses guaranteed to .re as rTrese::tei. S. WATK1XS. Auc- • -.. -r. rr.en-e iCa.n 743. riON tale of hors*s every. Wednesday at |] « r:... C2T Sixth «.. ; every horse must be u m*_ eu_d ur rncney rerun<Jed. JOHN J. . •¦ VLn. Auctioneer. ITS— BAT rr.are: good <!:!ver: also good under saddle; rant be sold at once. Apply to L J ViORAN, 2131 ehattuck ave.. opposite Berkeley station. PAN KP.ANCISCO- Vstcrinary CoIlege^ — Next nenjon bcclm June jig Catalogs by applying to J.-Cgjj_3t_CT. 01O Oolden Gate ave. ONE S-«e— tod r^cy l-ue;ry, top wagon and busi- bwygr :or __t cheap. 15<>4 KoUom st. V A>1— O — A good sound hcrse for a butcher - r. Box 4275. Call. T - T EL Haltcn. veterinary surgeon. Ofn<?» hospital _KW— a R14 F'lson!; tel. Jessie- 16C6. a: EXPRESS —agon, ligbt camping wagon '¦'¦i fr0 ' c ± r }J^_** 1 * <^heap. 532 Mission st. : sffft assortnit 2.1-fcan-» wagons, buckbd. rer- -•> .harrew. work. driving torsos. 15th-Val»ncia. HOUSES TO LET. A— f"_XXTED !i;'t rt hai~.es to let: »-«cd for cir- ular. G. Il.CMIi.~EN' & CO.. 2«> il>ntgomery- V -ALLIj^TER. 13«r^l — 12 room*, bath and bil- I aril -room: $60; -ater free: modern. BEFORE mortals prt cur r-ririted i; s t of houses •¦¦•¦< KALDWIX & HOWELL. 25 Post st. HOUSES TO LET KIKXiSHED. : EGAVTLY *'3mish»'d home en Prtsioio ¦ -his to let ; fcr term ot six month; new 1 ¦ us* of 12 moms, newly furnished; only 1 ¦ ¦ v r+morntiHi parties without small I : . "H.-A4iir«s box 4193, Call office. ;• iLDEN <5ate av«\, ®Vc>— 0-room house Bacri- rce; K.-ving city: ihvyytlgatc. IXIST A.\D FOISD. ¦ ET— _ pacatMck vriih the Hiternia Faring* md Lamn Boetety of San Francis.\\. in the . .• of PATRICK PRUNTT, No. 45-470. n»e lirder will plca«-e mum to bank. I ET — __By"a enameled watrn. tvi;h gol<J iha.:n; set with diamonds; $r,o reward. Re- _ U.ra tc 1S09 California st. ?;<«¦ — RET.'AED tor the return of the dia- rrond ring taken from th«> bath room. Olyr*- pte Claa. Eatorday. GEORGE J. PANARIO. LOST — Vpdaesday evening. Shriner's jewel; »--r.gra»cd on ba^k; reward. 4*2 Fijah st. 1-' 1ST — f-msV. pursi*, i"cufafninp merer: aricut l</th «nd Harrison Ft*. : Jih. r»w1. :^l«rij ___, 1^ *T — V frdd pockft knife;* name ensravM; a-ft.-.n? fitting; liberal reward. 12OI Market. LOST — V,a<k tad tan d'.-g-: nam» Fido; license No 4T&7. Retcrn 510 Fourteenth St.; reward. L^?T- T i«-n gr<-yhnund bitch. Return 517 Munith st.: re-aard. • MEDICAL. LALIE.« cesiring safe, sure and quick relief '¦cm irregtiSarities ccnruU me at once; my _Dda are always eafe; palnWs and reli- able; I have no failures; co exorbitant fees. CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE. Car— guars.c«*d or no pa>": J" years" «- I pci'lfUtoa in all female disorders; call or write delay; corrt-srtondence confldentialJ L>R WHITE. TC^ Market St.. rooms 7 and 8. A — LADIES, if you are Buffering from irreg- ularities cr any ailment you will avoid cis- apijo.r.inicius by consulting me first. My m^nod of treatment i* positive and harm- Uf,f anJ I guarantee Immediate r^lipf from any c»uw cr make no charge?. Advic<» fre« '.—11 cr v.rit> DK. SYLVESTER. 2ia Kearny. i!ES. DR. VVIK1U, specialist for all female complaints and irregularities: instant relief guaranteed: 30 years' experience. KKJ Post st. ilRS. DR. KOHL reliable Fpeelalist fcr all fe- male troubles and irregularities; instant re- Mef guaranteed. 1O.*i^ Market ct.. opp. 5th. DP.. G. \Y. O DONNELL— All who are sick or in trouble consult this specialist on femal? complaints; positively corrected; the unfortu- nat« helped; the m<jst 'Uifficuit ca*es treated; • advice free. Office, 1C18 Market St. A DESTITUTE women's friend; fr»e secluded borne danns confinement; also housekeeping rocfr.t; infant? ad'^ted in good home*. MRS. DR. FCNKE. 141C Sth Et... AUuneda. Drs. Goodwin. 733 Turk. nr. Van Ness — Expert In. obstetrics, female rcrnplaints; inst. relief; treatment $10; hours, 10 to 5: 25 years' exper. MRS. D. ALLEN. HIS Market— Reliable ladies' specialist; a private home before and 'during confinement; best medical care; low fees. I>R. ROSEN resides 2995 Folsoin «_, corner 2<>th: ladies, relief or no f'- $ia DR. ar.d MRP. DA VIES ar.d HINDOO HERBS; original method of tr-atment. 1126 Market st. PR. XG. TOT KEE. 318 Powell st.. opposite Union equare; all diseases cured by herbs. MISCELLANEOrS— FOR SALE. liOILERS. *isgin»s, 2d-hand machinery. MsIN- TOSH _ WOLPMAN, 195-137 Fremont st. rOES YOUIt ROOF LEAK? Repair it n-ich el&terite; in rolls eaajr to lay: ; ¦ <• ~.i co painting or coating; good over old iron, tin or shingles; best for new roufs. ELATERITE ROOFING CO.. 713 Market et. 2IJ-HAND machinery, boilers, engines, pumps, pulleys, shafting, etc., etc., bought, sold, rmted end exchanged; eee Sunday papers. H. 6. WHITE MCHT. CO.. lS0-122.Be— le St. DESKS and office furniture; $20,000 stock to be edd before April 15: this stock can be beupnt in larse or small lota. T. D. Me- CARTHT CO., 762 Mission. Phone Bush 4ti7. PAINT your old and new metal and shingle roofs. ¦Bith Asbestos Roof Paint; g_ira3te*d to Btcp all leaks in the one and preserve the tew. T05 Frost et. ; tel. Main 1428. A-— FINE Fuits. $7 50: dress pants. $2 CO. Orig- ta_ Misfit Clcthing Parlars, 2ZZ Kearny st., rear Eush; open to 9 p. m., Sunday to noon. • A— £JUTS, ceils or reat* gear mach Inery. tn- tinea, boilers, water pipe, shafting, pulleys, etc. WHITELAW, _53-2_i f r*ar st. ALTERATION sale— Best 12 50 hata. $1 U>. Pr;n:la.r Price Hatter. £Z(i Kearny ct.. near Pint; open to 1) p. m.; Fur«la>-« to necn. TRT our men's sice* Rt SI and SI 5O pair: fo^t-fonn ehocs at i'i CO; we pay express charges. II Sd St.. Exarn. bid. ; catalog free. S_£ ROLL and up; fine w_tl paper; Mrr.pi-s Kifcilcfi; iaainting. ti'ntins. t;;p«>rir-g. M. MER- IGAN. VM2 Webet^r. TeL Jac_son 132L A FIXE rosewood bockcase. aJso an eld Flemish «.ak parlur case, for -sale cheai>. £23 Dupont *t.. x>ear Callforriia. 5 or sal« — Lcire rnnfilr.jr Etnne; c_ rpenters' and plumberii' tool». , 1<*3 Howard et. V<-Oli£ ttought: libraries purchased. King'» Oi<! Bookstore. Cl McAllister Ft. ET__X 1 lined cafe, 1S00 pounds; $125. RICH- ARL.SOX EROS.. 1616 Market «. OXE pair fine . white diamond ear screws; a Lirsaia; f275. 10 Blxlb st. BARGAINS in fine <!Iamor.ds and watches; r*>-y paynest*. GAJIIN. Mi3 Hay-ward bldg. QAflOtCCE rnglzx-s! bought. »c!d. exchansred. repaited. Syk«rfc-Cor»on Co., 254 Beale st. • fAFKS er.-J! raph rfgistTS. a^w rnd eecond- havA. 1. FHKEMAX. 1C2T) Market rt. • 6'Jj'E good seccad-har.d e*«>3ine *cgtnes. I to 12 _. p.. chcai*. E. B. Heck _ Co.. 122 Mkct. j I real _E.s;jATn~ci^~^??^^^;' I EASTON, ELDRIDGE & CO.,' ! • C3S MARKET STREET §40,000 — Apartment house, club or hotel site: ¦ 00 feet frontage; between Polk and Van NesS ave. on a street north of Sutter; largo holdings of this nature are scarce. $27,000 — Turk Et.. near Van Ness ave.; 05 feet frontage, through to rear street. $23,000 — Bush st.. near Poik; 50x120 feet, thrcugh to rear Etreet; cheapest piece in this neighborhood. , $20,000 — Nlns new flats that pay $2016 per . annum; 4-5 rooms, porcelain bath; modern in every respect; en a corner near • Dubcce Park. $20,000— Montgomery -ave. investment; extreme- ly large area of ground; well situated: nominal improvements renting for $00 '.-_" j-er month; a most valuable property for little money. $19,500 — $21 GO per annum; C brand new flats, 5-6 rooms, porcelain bath each. ; most unique designs of architecture; key lot, .'17:(» frontage; located near Park Pan- handle; every flat rented to an excel- lent tenant. $18,000 — Montgomery ave., near K»arnjV*t.. 54-foot frontage: Improvements tvro stores with basement and three flats; total rents $145 per month. . $1G,500 — North line of Post St., near Van Ness . ave., 55xl.">7:<5, with large residence; could be improved, using present im- provements to good advantage. 515,000— Corner; 75-foot frontage, on Devlsa- dera st., close to Ellis;" a bargain. $14.600 — Turk st.. near Laguna; 3 new modern flats. 8-9-i) rooms and bath; _ perfect beauties; rents J160 per month. $13,250— Steiner-st. flat?, near Geary; 3 swell and brand new 0-7 rooms each; rents $113 per month. $9, OCO— Spruce st.. near Clay; residence, 12 rooms and bath; finished basement; rented at present at $60 per month. $6,000— Two elegants fiats, 4-5 rooms and bath; Fell st.. directly opposite Park Panhandle: rented permanently. $5 t 750 — Rents S70S per annum; 6 tenement N flats south of Market at. ; first-class steady tenants; pay promptly in ad- vance; two frontages; a good and safe Investment. $3,5C0 — Two Mission flats, 3-4 rooms each, porcalain bath: rents $40 per month; $1000 cash balance payable monthly. $2,000^ — Cottage of 5 rooms, near Taylor and Green sts.; beautiful marine view. HQADQUARTERS FOR PARK LOTS! Incomparable "Oceanslde Dist." Lots! ¦ $50O to $1200! Easy Terms! Your Choice in New Blocks. On Official Grade. On II st.. Fronting the Park. Unobstructed View of Park and Ocean. Has Positively the Best Future in This City For. Home Sites or Speculation. Over 300 Lots Sold in a Few Months. V Many Physicians Among Our Purchasers. Who Recommend District for "Climatic Reasons." Best of Evidence From Hundreds of Owners Residing There. All Bargains! gee Them To-day! * Get Off Cars, Corner H st. and 47th ave. Oceanside Branch Offices. Corner H st. and Forty-seventh ave. and Corner K st. and Forty- ninth ave. Open Sundays and Holidays. . $75 to $250 — Near Park. Oceaif and Spreckels Lake. Superb View! $5 Monthly. ?15-J to $150— Level Excelsior Homestead Lots. $5 Monthly. $120<> to $SSOO — Modern Cottages in Sunset, Oceanaide. Richmond an«l Excelsior Home- stead. Easy Terms! ; Sunset Branch Office on Pth ave., near H st. SOL GETZ _ SOX. 'Owners and Dealers, Room 54 (1th floor). Chronicle building. JOSEPH STRAUB, 63O Market st. J36OO — 2-story house, store.- 4 rooma; 1at above. 5 rooms and bath; stable; $2250—2 flats of 4 rooms each. $5500 — 2-story house, 8 rooms, bath, base- ment; near Halght and Broderlck. . $5500 — Very nice home ot 0 .-ooms, bart.-; vicinity Frederick Et. and Tremont ave. - $5000 — NE. cor. 23d and Bryant, ave. ; 2 cot- tases;: stable; plenty room for tiara; 5<»xO-j. BUILDING CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INSTALLMENT HOMES, 512 Callaghan bid., will build on your property of buy you a lot: $s a month pays principal and interest on each $1000 of balance due; making your in- stallments less, than rent; eend for circular. $1.25 PER WEEK, no Interest. Lots in the Excelsior Homestead Tract; ¦ all level, no grading to do; ready to build your little home on; close to electric cars and school. W. J. WHITE. 26 Montgomery, St., Room 5. MUST sell; make an offer; cottage, 5 rooms at 166 West Park St.; $1500. $2SOX> — Cottage, 7 r. & b., new, on West Park st.; 2 lots on West Park st.. $500 each. D. COFFIN &CO., 3303 Mission st. BUILD on your unimproved realty; we loan full cofI improv. and part lot at 6 per cent. MANHATTAN LOAN CO., Crocker Building. $1100— COTTAGE of 4 rooms; street work all done : must sell. 3316 Mission st. " LATEST system iianltarV plumbing by AHL- BACH &• MAYER, plumbers. S36 Howard, ' ALAMEDA ADVERTIS'MENTS AT.AMKOA HBAT. RSTATE. J5250 — A RARE bargain; chance of a life- time; two benutlf'il up-to-date modern 6- room flats on Clinton ave.- bay, frontage; beautiful marine view; elegant surf bathing; bathhouses, etc. ; this is a rare chance; don't overlook It. HAMMOND & HAMMOND. 1-HI2 Park st. .- BERKELEY ADVERT'S'M'NTS HERICKLEY REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE — Four acres of land In North - Berkeley, one block 1 from Santa Fe road. For particulars address MRS. H. F. BEHREXR . 312 South Brown st., Napa City. Cal. .. A. MURDOCK & CO.. South Berkeley station. for bargains: we build, buy. epII or exchang*. OAKLAND ADVERTISEMENTS OFFICE, 1118 BROADWAY. OAKLAND HEAL ESTATE. FOR QUICK.' CONSERVATIVE SALES OR PURCHASES .IN HOMES OR INVEST- MENTS. CASH OR MONTHLY PAYMENTS OR EXCHANGES. CALL ON OR WRITE HARRY L. HOLCOMB, 314 SAN PABLO AVI-;., OAKLAND; ALSO HAVE RENTAL DEPARTMENT: REFERENCE, BANKS AND MERCHANTS. OAICLAXD. ROOMS AXD HOARD. DESIRABLE sunny- rooms and board; homo cooking. 52S Twenty-second st., near Tele - graph ave. .Oakland. . . - - . OAKLAXD Fl'BXITURE FOR SALE. TO-MORROW, tlie day for bargains in furni- ture H. Schelhaas.llth st..cor.i»tore.Oakland. ROOMS ; FOR 1 1IOU SEKEE FIX G!M A NUMBER of very desirable sunny apart - , ments, 3 and 4 rooms each, with bath, toilet. elevator, " etc. ; unfurnished or furnished to j order; new house. The St. Charles, 1500 Sacramento St., near Larkin. 4 '¦ ; EDDY, 753 — Parlors and other rooms; new ! furnishings; llyht: housekeeping; very 'reas.' I FOLSOM. S30— Front room with stove; also 2 rooms for housekeeping, also single.,-,. HAIGHT/ 224 — 3 nicely furnished rooms, bath, for housekeeping: suitable for 2 or 3 adults. HYDE. ' 41»— Newly furnished tunny rooms; housekeeping; private house. - KNICKERBOCKER Apartments, 1310 Pine— . Sunny,' -furnished 3-room suites;' staam heat- ed," electric lighted;, free baths;- rate $30 up. MARKET, _174 — Front sunny room; nicely fur- nished;- also housekeeping. room; bath; phone. MCALLISTER, s 331— Parlor floor; 4 unfurnfsh- ed .: rooma; gas. bath ; , adults; : $26. . Before 3. MINNA. 230 — 3 housekeeping .rooms; y very Ae- 6lrable;S sunny apartment*;; very-cheap rent. POLK. 1404 — Suiiny furnished rooms; single or housekeeping.; gas range," bath ; with or with- out board; rent ; reasonable.: SUTTER, 1022^,' "near Hyde— 2 large sunny * parlors > and. kitchen;: gas grate, ; etc. -.-•, TWENTY-SIXTH. 336T— $12; 2 .front \hcuse- keeping rooms; in Mission: warm belt. - j PERSOXALS. I Sutter st., S to-night. Discussion, questions, ; announcements. Excursion to St. Louis on .May 1; world's health convention July 4 there. Dr. Moore retired, refers patients to Ellen Dean Moore, M. D., Lancaster Bids., Berkeley; phone 721 Dana. A fresh, smooth ar.d young looking face. With a real, genuine '"baby skin." Don't forgSet the name. M. ELLA HARRIS. The number. 781 O'Farrell st., near Larkin. Call or write for book, free, • ? "Hints en Beauty." AI SUITS to order at SI weekly. We have contracts with leading houses to take all their short ends, called remnants. We make you a line suit on installments cheaper than ethers do for cash. LEON LEMOS, merchant tailor. 1127 Market st.. bet. 7th and Sth. IF you have anything you want sold by solici- tors ive will put ij on the market for you; if you want boarders or have rooms to rent, you can list th»m with the Agents' Emp. Bureau, 3ti" Geary st., room 24. THE Star Hair Remedy restores gray hair, im- proves its growth, stops falling.cures dandruff and Itching scalp: no t=:ain or stickiness: cleanses scalp;at druggists', hairdressers' -.ac- cept no substitute. Star Remedy Co., 1338 Polk A— MICKOTIXE, a positive cure for catarrh, cold in the h^ad. hay fever, headache and all bronchial affection*; send for free sample. MOUNTAIN TEA MEDICINE CO., 272 9th. Cancerous lumps, sores, impure blood (affecting skin, mouth, bones,- etc.). speedily cured by 6killed specialist fr«m Europe. Apply Central Pharmacy, 251 Grant ave. Worst cases cured. DRUNKENNESS, morphine and all drug dis- eases positively cured by Willow Bark Co., 812 Ehotwell: consultation free; call or write. HAIR. grown gray restored: pimples, wrinkles, all blemishes removed: shampooing specialty. MME. ROUME. 231 Post, parlors 13 and 14. AT less than cost; uncalled for suits, overcoats and trousers at CHARLES LYONS' London Tailor. 721 Market st. SOCIAL dances Wed.. Thurs., Sat. and Sun.; classes Mondays, 'Fridays. Louise Foster's School of Dancing, 1556 Market, nr. Larkin. SUPERFLUOUS hair and moles removed by elec. needle. Dr. and Mrs. Travers, 1170 Mkt. SUITS to order on Installments of $1 per week. NEUHAUS _ CO. (inc.). tailors. 729 Market. Actirin. restores lost eyesighticures deafness and catarrh. A'VIDA Co.. :>524 13th. nr. Valencia. 1IRS. Eaton, electric r.eedle specialist. 360 Sut- ter, r. 009. Miss Eaton, 233 Geary, room 38. MASQUERADE costumes, play bcoks, wigs; i country orders. GOLDSTEIN fc CO.. 733 Mkt. TAILOR-MADE suit $7 50: dress pants $2 50. Misfit Clothing Parlor, cor. Bush and Dupont. ALFREDUM'S Egyptian Henna restores pray hair to its natural color. $1; at all druggists'. A BRANCH office of The Call for the recep- tlon of advertisements and subscriptions has been opened at ! 1008 Market St., opposite Fifth. Open until 11 p m. PALJUfcTltY. UIPSY MADGE. Palmistry Palace, 405 Third Et*.; three experts; palm ¦ readings 10c; card and trance readings given; satisfaction. - MADAM DEVAS i ' PALMIST AND ASTROLOGIST. LIEDE3 BUILDING, 120 POST ST. H. JEROME FOSELLI. scientific pa!ml?t. 513 Taylo.- st.. near Geary. Phone Black 561. _PAPERHAXGISG. PAINTING. ETcT" ROOMS pap?red, $4 up; tinting, painting Hartmann Palct Co.. 319 Third; tel.Main 413. •^ —___¦_— — _—^ _ I, _^ REAL ESTATE — Country — Fop Sale. CHICKEN RANCHES EVERYWHERE. .EXCHANGES. $15.500 — 103 acrts; all level; 1 mile ot town; Contra Costa County; elesant 9-room house; 2 large barns; 7 poultry houses; 2 large gran- aries; income about jfJOVO a year; best ranch in the county. $30,000 — Kiamath Co., Southern Oregon; bcr- dering on Big Kiamath Lake: 3000 acres; cut about 4400 tons of hay annually; also large quantities of eraln; well fenced and cross- tenced; good 8-room residence; farming imple- ments; 10 horses; 3 good barns, etc. $10,(100— In Sonoma Co.; SO0 acres well fenced in 3 fields; house; 3 large barns; dairy house; well watered; acres tillable; all level; 24 acres 8-year-old orchard; 30 head cattle; 20 hogs; larining Implements, etc.; $5000 mort- gage: trad? for bay property. 527.COO— IE Placer Co.. on R. R-— 1&S0 acras. part river -tottom, all can be ploughed; carry 40O head cattle year round; dwelling; 3 good barns; farmthg implements; 80 head cattle; 12 head horsee; plenty water to irrigate; part cash. $S50C — Scld by order of Superior Court, lOS'J acres, litar Point Arena, 20Q acres fine potato land; aptiie orchard; 500 acres more could be planted;- SCO acres heavy timber; well im- proved and fenced;- fine dairy cr stock- ranch. $5000 — B*st ranch In Southern Oregon; 'i-0 acres; 2 sete good improvements; well fenced; orchard; u horses: farming tools; outside racge. Jf3250 — Only 2 miles of town. 155 acre*; It) acres old vineyard; family orchard; CO acres clover or alfalfa; undt-.r 3 ditches; large new barn; will build dwelling to suit buyer; 10 fine milch cows; farming implements; only $1000 down. S23CO — 100 acres near boat and cars, Sonoma Co.; good 6-rooxn house; vineyard, orchard, barn, outbuildings, horses cow, poultry, $200: Job can be had with the place. ?25C0— One mile* P. O.. schools and stores; 255 acred; 40 level; 10 could be irrigated; house, larce barn, outhouses; well lenced and cross- fenced ; 150 hens: new buggy, wagoti, farming tools; some stocky 3 wells; water piped to bui'dings; furniture. $4500 — Two and a half miles live town and R. R.: 400 acres; 40 in grain on creek; aocut 100 acres mere bottom, land; 10 acres full bear- Ing orchard; balance timbered pasture;' house. barn, etc.; fine place for resort or sanitarium; not far from city. $5000 — 3 miles cf Santa Cruz; 47 acres; 13 under cultivation, balance fine pasture; 365 assorted fruit trees: 1500 grapes; windmill and tank; water piped to buildiucrs and yards; splendid S-room hard-fln'.Ehed house, good stable and poultry houses; span good horses; 2 cows; 7 dozen hens; single and double buggies and harness; hay; farming tools and furniture; trade for No. 1 property around bay. 82650 — 100 acres. 8 miles of Napa. City. 2 miles P. O.; 30 acres under cultivation: 15 acres full bearing fruit; 15 acres fine grain; 65 acres more could be cultivated; balance broken and rocky; house, barn, poultry houses. Incubator, brooders,. 2 wagons, 2 carts, horse, 1 cow. poultry, tools. $3CO0 — 100 acres, at station and near Santa Cruz; 35 acre* clear: orchard: 10-room house; outbuildings; mortgage $2000; trade equity. $2500 — Near 'San Juse; 14 acres bearing fruit mostl7 prunes; facilities for irrigation; build- ings. $3250 — 26 acres sandy loam, only 2}£ miles ot Petaluma; house, 5 rooms and bath; part cash $750— Gold mine, with SO-foot shaft and fine body of ore in sight. El Dorado Co. ; at-ays $14 a ton: would exchange for vacant lot. $2500— CO acres; 5 miles from Santa Cruz; 20 acres under cultivation, balance rolling; and seme steep; small orchard and vineyard, bear- ing; good 7-room house, barn, outbuildings; bank foreclosure; $500 down and balance monthly payments if desired. , . $3500 — Near Petaluma; 13 acres; 6-room house; good outbuildings; tools;, wagon and horse; 10 poultry houses; 400 hens; 2 incuba- tors and .brooders; a money-maker. ¦¦ . $1000 — Clvee to Sebastopol: 8 acres, 4 acres bearing blackberries; family orchard; I * good well; running water; fine Jersey cow; spring wagon; harness; tools; furniture. $4500— Near SeBastopol: 24 acres; all level - 2 flowing streams: 6 acres apples; 3 acres blackberries; nice 8-room house, barn; drying plant; outbuildings; horses; farming tools; ru- ral delivery. $2250 — 10 acres, all in apricots Just com- mencing to bear; 6 miles from San Jose; lovely home; half cash. • $1700— In Sonoma City; 3% ncres; all level; good house. -barn, windmill, tank house; 13 poultry houses and yards; some alfalfa; spring wagon; 500 chickens; feed house. Send stamp for printed list. W. J. WHITE. 20 Montgomery st.. room 5. PROPERTY EXCHANGES A SPECIALTT. FOR' sale— Country homes in , every county In California, at all- prices, . from $450 CO to $75,000 00. Immense list to select from. If you want land of any kind call on HOWE & MERRI-BT. 052 Broadway, Oakland. FOR SALE — 135 acre* fine virgin redwood Vand pine timber near L. E. White's railroad at Elk Creek Mend ocino County. For full par- ticulars apply to A. CLOCKERS. Albion P. O.. Cal. FOR sale-V$1700;. ICO acres; ranch; 12 miles from Reddine; well stocked; fine water, or- chard, farming implements, etc. ; great bar- gain. Address 1776 Ninth St., Oakland. ? FOR sale— 120O acres good alluvial soil in irri- gation district, near Stockton, $27 CO per acre. Address J. E. WAGOR; 39 South Sut- ter st, Stockton, Cal. : FIFTY-TWO • acres, ! including growing hay, near R. R.: Yolo County:- cash -or exchange town, lot; $2000. 8. H. TARR. 217 Parrott building. ¦ ' ¦ . ' ¦¦ -. $10 A MONTH buys a 10-acre farm. - $200 profit per annum per acre. Write for booklet. It's free. C0.7 j S f WRIGHT, _ KIMBROUGH. Sacramento.* Cal. ALFALFA land's, stock : ranches, orcharde/ vineyards; inspected bargains: monthly -ata- logues sent free. C. M. WOOSTER CO./ 64S Market tt. ¦ -. ¦ - : - •¦¦ ; ¦¦ , 80 ACRES In Lassen County, partly . Improved, for gale or exchange. Welner, 30 . Geary, r.45. CHEAPEST and best In America — The -Weekly Call. 10 pages; sent to any, address in tha United: States or Canada' one year for SI. ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING — Con. VAN NESS ave-., . 92C— Elegant sunny sujte housekpg. rms. in 'mod. cor. flat; reasonable. ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at Call branch office, cor.Duncan and Church sts. A BRANCH offlc* of The Call for the reception cf advertisements and subscriptions has be*u I opened at JGOS Market st_, -. opposite Fifth. Open until tl p. m. HOTTSEl-EZP-tTO BOOMS WANTED. WANTED— By a young married couple, 2 fur- nished rooms and kitchen, with gas range; bath; north of Market St., within 15 minutes' walk from Kearny and Market. Address, stating price. Box 711, Call office. ; v ¦ AFAKT_rXZ?T HOX73SS. A ST. HILA1RE APARTMENTS ———LAGUNA ST.. NEAR GEART.- Will be ready for occupation in a few days.. Everything new. Make your reservations now. Elegantly furnished apartments with private bath — i. 3 and - 4 rooms; stfam heat; electric ltght;ele- vator; private phones; rates reasonsbl*. A— CORDOVA APARTMENTS Will be finished March 15. 1084 SUTTER ST.. NE. COR. LARKIN ST. Beautifully light and sunny; 2-3-4 rooms and bath each; all unfurnished; $27 50 to $40. Make reservations now. APARTMENT house, comprising 31 3-room and bath apartments; sumptuously furnished throughout; modern in every detail; clearing $500 per month. Box 4077, Call. ST. CEC1LE. 115 Fell, above Van Ness— The acme of perfectloa In elegantly furn. 3-room apartments; private baths, steam heat, elec- ertc lights, elevator, gas ranges; $30 to $83. ST. LOUIS. -1575 Jackson st. — Modem 3-4-5 rcoms: also single; furnished or unfurnished; marine view; references. Phone* East 1.150. AURORA, corner Second and Folsom sts.— New ¦ house, new furniture; .every' room outside; modern and sunny: prices from $1 50 per week up; this U the only up-to-date house in * this vicinity; first-class grill attached. A— BRUNSWICK House, 143 Sixth St.— Rooms 25c to $1 per night, $1 25 to $5 per week and light housekeeping rooms ?«open all night. AT '•The Almonte," 873 Market st. (or No 1 Fifth st.)— Roomi, 25c, 50c, $1. $1 50 night; $1 50 to $10 week; house open all night. BURNETT. 1426 Market <old No. 13&4) — Fur- nlshed rooms, suite, single; also unfurnished. CLIFFORD. 204 Ellis, corner Mason— Elegantly furnished eunny rooms; prices reasonable. CUMMINGS (The). 618 Post. nr. Taylor— Just opened; desirably located: sunny.siugle rooms and suites, with private baths, hot and cold water, steam heat, electric lights, phone every room; elevator. Phone East 1317 if desired. FILLMORE, 1102 — Nicely~furnished room ; light; sunny. , ¦ FOR single gentleman, tn private home (no • other roomers), a large, sunny, furnished room, with bath adjoining; 4 blocks from park entrance and 3 blocks from panhandle. Address box 2624, Call office. FRANKLIN, 721, nr. Golden Gate ave. — Sunny furn. front room; all conveniences; $S-$12. GRAND Southern. 7th and Mission— Rooms 33e to $1 25 night: $1 50 to $6 wk.; reading-room. HAIGHT, 232 — Furnished front sunny room; reasonable; references. KKKRNY, 34 — Nicely furnished eunny front rooms, suitable for offices. KEARXY, 417— Fine double sunny front room; first floor; $10 a month. LARKIN, 1025 — Sunny front room; prlvato family; gentlemen only; call after 2 p. m. 'O'FARRELL.2107 — Front suits elegantly turn.; also one single suitable for 4 gentlemen. POST 889 near Hyde— Large front furnished room; bath. gas. running water; 1 or 2 gents. POST.- 412^4 — Handsomely furnished, sunny. • bay-window parlors; running water; house- keeping if desired. PRIVATE, pleasant home for invalid fsi phy- sician's family: reasonable. Phone Page 2241. SUTTER, 935— New. well furnished room to let. ROYAL House, 128 Ellis— Incandescent lights, reading-room, smoking-room and ladies' par- lor; rooms per night. 33c to $1 50; week. $3 to $S; month. $S to $30; elevator on ground ' floor; rooms with hot and cold water: baths. THIRD. 354% — Furnished rooms from $1 50 to $2 75 week;'- light housekeeping. THREE rooms unfurnished. $15 CO; furnished, $18 00. Agents' Emp. Bureau, 30 Geary St., room 24. TURK, 32^ — Newly furnished sunny rooms, ea suite or single; transient: Just opened. CNrTED STATES. 123 Eddy, near Market — 100 rooms. 35c to $1 night. $1 75 to JG week; elec trie lights (no gas), running water In every room; e!evator,read.-rjom; free bus: baggage. VAN NES3 ave., 619 — Elegant front parlors and adjoining suite for office or club. ¦ VAN WINKLE. 207 Jones — Nicely furnished rooms. $2; tunny suites, $5 per week: baths. WINCHESTER Hotel, 44 Sd st. near Market- Most convenient and respectable; 700 rooms: E5c to $1 50 night; $2 to $3 week; elevator; elec. lights: reading-room; free bus; baggage. WOLF House. 202 Sixth — Electric light in every room; 15c to $1 a night; 75c to $5 a week; open all night: convenient to all cars. ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at : Call bVanch office, cor. Duncan & Church sts. A BRANCH office of The Call for the reception of advertisements and subscriptions has been opened at 1008 Market st.. opposite Fifth. Open until 11 p. m. ROOMS AXD BOARD. 731 Bush St.. above Powell; select first- clsss reridental hotel; elegantly furnished and table unsurpassed : electric light; steam heated and private exchange telephones in every room; terms reasonable. B. DU CARPE, Prop. BOARD for the summer in *a nice- private home in San Leandro: one hour's ride to San Francisco; all the fruit, vegetables, but- ter, eggs and chickens; home raised; accom- modations first class and home like; rates very reasonable. Box 4276, Call. ________________ 1015 VAN NESS AVE.. NEAR GEARY ST. SELECT AND FIRST CLASS. PHONE PRIVATE EXCHANGE 706. HOTEL HATTON. 877, Fine st., near Taylor; .elegantly furnished suites, private baths; all modern conveniences; American or European plan. ! GOOD first-class board, use of bath; close in; ¦ $4 50 per week. ¦¦ Agents' 'Emp. Bureau, 30, Geary st.. room 24. f s HOWARD. 841A— Flrst-claes board with loom. single or double, $4 50-$5 week; American -family: home cooking; home comforts: piano. HOTEL ELSMERE. 41J Sutter— Sunny rooms: excellent table: from $40: single $23. THE LAKE.-2CS Turk st*.— Suites and single rooms, with board; prices rea^nable. , WASHINGTON. 1618— Newly furnished sunny suite; bath; room a with board. $25 and $30. VAN NESS ave., . 1714— Elegantly furnished tultcs. uritn bains: also «!nt;le: horaelik#. ¦ SEWING MACHINES AND SUPPLIES., DOMEUTJC — The machine for family use; best is cheapest; second-hand all makes at any price: all : kinds . rented' lowest rates. Domestic office. 1021- Market, near Sixth. NEW HOME — See . our new .tricle-feed ma- chines; slightly used; $10/ $15, $20; second- hand, $3, $5, $8; all styles; guaranteed. New Home Sewing Machine -Co.. -1QJ1 Market at. g PEC1ALISTS; CATARRH. DEAFNESS "and NOISES in EARS positively cured; new methods; 1 week's treat- ment free Dr. Cotttngham. 204 Sutter St. , JIVA^EHOUSES^^ A— GILBERT _ MOORE Storage Co.: storage, packing, shipping warehouse. : G. G. and Van • Ness; office 1236 Market, r. 84; tel. South 750. A — EMPORIUM Storage _ Van Co. ; furniture, : - household ' goods stored, moved, shipped* 723- ; T31 Howard St., nr. Third; phone Grant 161. PIERCE-RODOLPH Storage & Moving Co., or- \ ¦ flee Post and Powell «ts.; tel. Prlv. Ex. 571. CONKLIN'S Storage— Furniture and' merchan- : ¦ disc. 333 Golden Gate ave. ; phone ; East" 126. GOLDEN -- West ; Storage ; advances made. 840 - Mission st. ; tel. Howard 94L F..W. Zehfuss. PACIFIC Storage and' Furniture Moving Com- pany.; 2320 Flllmore St.; phone Jackson __.'• BEKINS Van and Storage Co., 11 Montgomery mt.: tel.- Main' 1840/ ShlDDing at cut rates. SLOT machine cheap; Chicasoes Twentieth Centuries, pucks. BACIGALUPI. S33 Market. F'S^^ 0 *'- an<1 scc c"'l-hand. THE HER~ MANN SAFE CO.. CC7 Battery tt. MOVING pictures, magic lanterns, sale, rental; __bargains._CuUard & Breck. 131 Post st. ! EAFKS— New an a second-hand! E B "bECK & CQ-- 1— Market st. 1 GASOLIXE ensine*. automobiles and launches; ] _» ! ' gizeg. J. E. DOAK. 40 Fremont St. ASK fcr rrtcps en second-hand typewriters; al! niakrs. ALEXANDER _ CO.. 110 Mor.tg'y. I ~*~— *~— — — <— ¦ — — — — . —___—, „—_—__ r—^—^— >nsCELLAAEOLS WA\TS. WAXT_D-^$r.<X>.000.00 !n eld gold. If the readers cf The Call will kindly get out their cia gold, silver, old Jewelry and platinum, r>nr.g cr -end It to us by mail or express \ve will remit at once money or certified encciv for full value. Consignment will be , returned to you In exactly the same conui- : tlcn as received if the amount is not up to I your expectation. Bank references. LICII- ' __liysT_IX IiHOS.. 15 Stockton St.. city. ! WANTED — One engine and boiler. 100 to 150 horsepower. F«cbnd-hand, good condition; also «>0O-i;Eht direct current dynamo. Ad- dr?ss Krogh Mfg. Co.. 519 Market st. 'W-mT£'D — Seccn3-har.3 candy and ice cream -_ _ -f-j 3 "' ftc " BUMI S- Po'-fc and Sutter. WANTED — Set of second-hand tinner's tools. Addresi' Bex 4074. Call Office.. WANTED— Srrall fr,ot lathe! also model steam engine. 421S Twenty-sixth St.; city. EHOES wanted; misfit g.- castoff; highest prcs. ; new & 2d han<1 «hoo« for sale. 749 Mission. TIL-TOX «.ants good second-hand clothing and theatrical goods. 154 Oth »t.;tel. Jessie 2S51.- TO LOAJV. ftJONEY loaned free cf interest to parties de- tiring life insurance. United Loan and Trust Company. 21 Stockton St.. second floor; phene Hush 4S4. LIFE insurance policies; loans on same; we give higher loan values than companies. United Loan and Trust Company, 21 Stock- ton et. (second floor); phone Bush 4S4. YOUI* credit is good lor men^y at the U.MTEO LOAN' and TRUST COMPANY, 1 -21 ttockton ttreet (upstairs); if you huld a salaried petition, on your plain note, -with- out mortgage, pledge or lndorser or knowl- edge^ of your friends or employer; lowest rate; quick service; confidential treatment; call, ¦write cr telephone, Bush 4t>4; we are the best equipped company in the city, with offices conveniently and centrally located; separate rcoms. arranged so that the strictest privacy is aat-ured. \ AAA-HEEliA.N' 3JCHPHT. 601-602-603 Examiner Building. Qu1<-k set tl< rr.ents; no disappointments. Save expenses by dealing directly. Eetat-s, . pecond mortgages, undivided inter- ests; assignments of rents; property in trust, etc.;* legacies, life estates and undivided in- terests in property purchased. Courteous treatment. Strictly conndentlal. When You Need Money. See HERMAN MURPHY. MANHATTAN LOAN COMPANY (INC.). CONTROL $1,000,000. REAL ESTATE LOANS. INTEREST 6 PER CENT. FIRST. SECOND AJJD THIRD MORTGAGES CITY AND OAKLAND, COUNTRY AND TOWN PROPERTIES. ESTATES IN PROBATE. UNDIVIDED INTERESTS IN REAL ESTATE REAL, ESTATE IN TRUST. 107-8-9-10-11. CROCKER BUILDING. S. F. A reaaonabt* amount on let, *d or 3d Mortgage, on real estate or -t-- Chattels, in city, town - - or country. Low rate of Interest. ( • Give full particulars of property or chattels. Location, etc Box 403. Call Office. HONEY loaned to salaried people, retail mer- chants, J«fair.£t-rs, boarding-houses, without ffcurity: easy payments; large business in 4>i principal cities. Tolman. 553 Parrott bldg ANY amount quickly on furniture or piano, without removal or other security; no com.; fairest rates; *inct!y confidential. National Credit Co.. OS Donohoe bldg.. 1170 Market it. THi: Dntted Loan and Trust Co.. 21 Stockton *t. fupttairs). loans money on diamonds, jew- eiry and valuables at 2 p<»r cent per month; absolute in-ivary. _Prion» Bu*h 4«4. MONET leaned on 2d apd 3d mortgages, un- divided interests, real estate In r-robate. life estates. United Loan and Trust Co 21 Stockton st. <upgtaire). HIGHLY resooctable private place to obtain liberal advances on diamonds. Jewelry at 2 P*r cent imerekt. Baldwin Jewelry Store. 846 Market: teL Kaln 1644. Branch. 19 Third. 1 PER cent oa furniture or pianos; no removal- r.c commission; no publicity; $25 up; quick quiet, ccnfldffltlal. 2t> Montgomery st., rm. 7. MONET to loan on low interest: erold. eilver, diamonds, pearls and precious stones bought at W. J. HESTHAL'S. li> Sixth St. MUNICIPAL LOAN OFFICE. 103 Grant ave LOANS. FROM $1 TO $10,000. NEW »_«y method — To wage earners on unin- dcrs"d notes; absolute privacy. Fidelity Loan Ccrr.pany. rooms 48-49. Chronicle blda. TO salaried people without security"; on furni- ture. Indprsed notes -jsnd other security. S F Discount Agency. 143 Phelan bldg. AT lowest rates on furniture and pianos: strict privacy ;no commission; installments accepted. BONELLI, 001 Eddy. Conservatory bujlldlng. ALL loans on diamonds and Jewelry 2 per cent tr.o. S. F. Collateral Loan Bank. 53S Kearny. ZTo ON furniture _ pianoe; $13 up; no removal- no com. V. TREMAIN. room 81. 6 Eddy su 1 PER cent on furniture or piano. 1003 Mutual EavicgE Bank building. 70S Market st. STAR .Loan Co. cf Wyoming loans money to salaried employes. R, *;il Mutual Sav.Bk.bld. CASH loaned aaJarted people on notes without lndorser. MORELL. 000 Examiner building. A WEEK'S news for 5 cent* — The Weekly Call. 36 pages, in wrapper, for mailing. $1 per year. MrsiCAL INSTRUMENTS. ALL UPRIGHTS r -~~>~*~~~n~«~v^. Fischer, new $:>_>, now $150. H«^rtz. Demi $30O. now $«". Miller, new $300, now $145. 3 Emerson,' new $250 to $."50, now $1*50. 2 Chlckering, new $450, now $100, $185.. -• Steinway, new $073, $750. now $1*5, $325. Heine, new. $575, now $333. Rents $2 up; installments, $4 up. Rent aD- plied if purchased. HEINE PIANO CO.. 235-237 Geary st. Oakland— 1252 Broadway. A FEW GOOD UPRIGHT BARGAINS— Chickering; walnut case, used one year; Eteinway. ebeny case, used two years; Knabe, largest size, fancy walnut; Hames Bros.. Patti'si favorite, a soap; Curtaz, srfiall Elze. used IS months; Marshall, fine order thoroughly repaired, from $150 up; these In- struments must be seen to be appreciated. BENJ. CURTAZ _ SON. 16 O'Farrell st., Chlckering agent*. ONLY piano house in . the city that will rent you a new piano for $3 per month and allow 6 months rent and cartage off purchase price; sole agents for McPhall. Schiller and other makes. SCOTT-CURTAZ. COO Hayes. ,A FEW unredeemed storage pianos (also furnl- S^L^J 11 bs * oId t0 M ' storage dirt cheap. storage. 163C Market st- $75; STEINWAY rosewood; cost $CO0; for sale on $5 installments. 1309 Gough. near Geary. SMALL pianos for email apartments; great tcne; rent or sale. Byron Mauzy. 309 Post st." XEW upright pianos sold on $3 monthly pay- ments. SCHMITZ _ CO.. 16 McAllister st. . 3-PEDAL Steinway up. ;Chickerlng baby grand- Ehonlnger. little used. Keeffe's. 285 O~'FarreH. IF you want bargains come now; pianos «]- raoBt given away. Horonng. 216 McAllister. SOHMER. Byron Mauzey pianos. Ceclllan piano player. BYRON MAUZY. 3CS-312 Pest st. A WEEK'S news for 5 cents — The 'Weekly Call, 16 pates, in wranner.for mailing. $1 per year. AXD STORES TO LET. TO let — One large, lieht front room at 630 Market St.. opposite the Palace Hotel; suit- able for an oface. Apply ct 630 Market st. 6AXSOME, 712— Handsome, large store, base- ment, cheap. LANDRY C. BABIN, 413 Kearay Rt. PHYSICIANS A.\D SURGEOX*. \ DR. C. C O'DONNELL — Office and residence 102114 Market st.. bet. Cth and 7th; particu- lar attention paid to dlreases of women. BLOOD skin and rectal diseases a specialty. DR. -BALL. 10731J, Market et. . ., REMOVED— DR. WONG HIM. herb doctor: treats all diseases of the human body; for past four years at" 115-117 Mason; now lo- cated at Cti7 Geary *t.. near Leavenworth. - DR. TONG PO CHT. succ»_sor to Dr. LI Po Tai. herb doctor, etires all di«ease< of human by use of herbs and teas. 727 Washington st. WONG "WOO. the famous herb doctor— All dis- eases cured by Chinese herbs/ 710- b Clay st. 20. 1904, P. J. Freiermuth. aged 52 years. ICTFuneral from St. Patrick's Church. Watsonville. Thursday, at 9 o'clock. GOUDEY— In Oakland. Car.. March 28. -19«4. Rufns Samuel Goudey. of 553 East .Twenty- eighth street, and formerly of. Everett. Ma.*., a native of Massachusetts, aged 33 years and 7 months. HI LEE — In the City and County Hospital. March 28. 1904. Ri Lee. a native of China. HUNTER— In this city. March 20, 1904. Anna Hunter, beloved wife of J. Hunter. ¦ native of Canada, aged 37 years 1 month and 12 days. tCTFriends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Thursday), at 8:30 o'clock, from the funeral parlors of James McGinn & Co.. 214 Eddy street. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery HURLEY— Io this city. March 27. 1904. Mar- garet D.. dearly beloved wife of Daniel D. Hurley, and loving mother of Dan F.. John D. and Michael F. Huriey and Mrs. Charles A. Landis. a native of Ireland, aged 62 year». (Arizona papers please copy.) fCTFriends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day (Wednesday), at 8:3O o'clock, from her late residence. 2110 Mission street, thenca to Mission Dolores Cnurch. where ' a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repos* of her eoul. commencing at 9 o'clock. Ia- terment Holy Cross Cemetery. KOSSMAN— In the Oty and Cftuaty Hospital. March 29. 1904. Anthony Kossman, » native of Germany, aged 42 years. LARKIN— In this city. March 23. 1904. Mar- garet Jane, beloved daughter of the late Dennis and Mary Larkin. and sister of Den- nis Larkin, a native of San Francisco, aged 40 years. LIBARE— In this city, March 29, 1904. Anto- nlna M.. relict of Francesca Llbare, and mother of Salvadore and Carmelo Libare and Angelina Musladine. a native of Italy, aged 87 years 3 months and 2 days. fCTFriends and acquaintances are r«sp«et- fully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Wednesday), at 1 o'clock, from her late residence. 1619 Devisadero afreet, between Post and Sutter. Interment Italian Ceme- tery. LIEN— In this city. March 2S, 1904, Newman M. Lien, beloved son of Nils W. Lien, and brother of Olof, Constance. Conrad, Belnard. Otto. May. Axel. Nlcoll. Daniel and Tryve Lien, a native of Minnesota, aged 35 -year* 7 months and 30 days. CRemalns at the funeral parlor" of James McGinn _ Co., 214 Eddy street. No- tice of funeral hereafter. MATTHEWS— In Nome, January 14. 1904, Frank T. Matthews. beloved husband of Blanche Matthews, father of Mildred and Frances Matthews, and loving: brother of James _. and John A. Matthews and Mrs. J. McDermott of Berkeley, a native of Fol- som, aged 42 years. MCCARTHY— In this city. March 29. 19W. Mary A. McCarthy, beloved wire of John W. McCarthy, and mother of Mary A. Mc- Carthy, a native of Massachusetts. fCTNotice- of funerai hereafter. * MELCZER— In Palo Alto. Cal.. March 2S. 19O4. William, beloved husband of Elizabeth Melczer, father of Ralph Alberth and Elizabeth Melcser, and brother of Joseph and Lou!s Melczer, a native of Hungary, aged 5tf years and 6 months. CCTFriends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral service* to-day <Wednes«day>. at 10 o'clock, at I. O*. B. B. Hall. 121 Eddy street, under the aus- pices of Columbia Lodge, I. O. B. B. t MOHAN— March 28. 1904. Joseph T. Mohan, beloved brother of Mary Mohan and nephew of Mrs. E. Cuslck, a native of County Cavan. Ireland, aged 29 years. fCT Friends are respectfully invited to at- tend the funeral to-morrow <Thnrs«iay>. at 2 o'clock, from the residence of his aunt. Mrs. E. Cusick. 1744 Market street, thence to the chapel in Rt. Mary's Cemetery, where services will be held at 3 o'clock. Ml'RPHY— In this city. March 29. 1904. Dan- iel F.. beloved son of Timothy and Hannah Murphy, and loving brother of Jeremiah L.. Vincent S. and Margaret E. Murphy and Mrs. William Perkins, and the late John J. Murphy, a native of San Francisco, aged 4« years. IT_rFriend3 and acquaintances are respect- fully rnvlted to attend the funeral to-morrow (Thursday), at 12:3O o'clock, fron. his late residence, 355 Minna street, thence to St. Patrick's Church, where services will be held at 1 o'c!ock. Interment Holy Cross Ceme- tery. MURPHY— In this city. March 29. 1004, Huga I S. Murphy, beloved father r>f Mrsi. M. A. Kennedy and Thomas H. Murphy, a native of Manchester. England, aged 81 years. A member of Gentlemen's . Sodality, St. Igna- tius Church. fCTNotice of funeral hereafter. NOBLE— In West Berkeley, Cal.. March 27. 1904, Harry C. Noble, a native of Maine, aged 49 years 2 months and it days. NEUMANN— In this city. March 28. 1904. Dr. Leopcid Neumann, a native of Germany, aged 47 years. tCTFriends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited tt> attend the funeral to-day (Wednesday), at 2:30 o'clock, from the Saa Francisco Verein. corner of Post and Lea*- enwof.h streets. Interment I. O. O. F. Cem- etery NOTTSON— In this city, March 29. 1DO4, Lewis . J. Nottson. a native of Norway, aged 71 years. OLSON— lrr this city, March 27. 1904, Mrs. Karln Olson, beloved mother of Jonaa and Nel» Olson, a native of Boltnas, Sweden. aged 75 years and 21 days. IT_ ""Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day (Wednesday), at 10:30 o'clock, from her late residence. MO Liberty street, thence by elec- tric funeral car from corner of Eighteenth, and Guerrero streets, at 11 o'clock, to Mount Olivet Cemetey for interment. SORENSEN— In this* city, March 28, 1904. Hulda I. Sorensen, dearly beloved wife of Charles M. Sorensen, and daughter of Mr*. M. Gaiberg' and the late T. Galberg. a> na- tive of Kolding. Denmark, aged 41 years. C7Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral services to-day (Wednesday), at 1 o'clock, at her late residence, 2S26 Bush street. Cremation Odd Fellows' Cemetery. Please omit flower*. THOMAS — March 27, 19O4. Charles G. Thomas. . beloved husband of Annie Thomas, a native of Maryland, aged 44 years. C7Friends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day (Wednesday), at 2 o'clock, from the Masonic Temple, corner of Post and Montgomery streets, under the auspices of King Solo- mon's Lodge No. 260. F. and A. M. Inter- ment Cypress Lawn Cemetery. THEBERATH — In this city. March 29. 1904, Theodore _., beloved husband of Marion Theberath, a native of New Jersey, aged 49 years 4 months and 7 flay*. C7Friends and acquaintances) ar« respect- fully invited to attend the funeral Friday, April 1, at 12 o'clock, from his late resi- ' dence, 770 Cole street, thence to Masonio Temple, corner of Post and Montgomery streets, where . services will be held at 1 :3O o'clock. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery, by electric funeral car from corner of Eighteenth and Guerrero streets at 2U_ o'clock. WARD— In this city, March 29. 190*. WlllUm. beloved husband of Katherine Ward. a. na- tive of Dublin. ' Ireland, aged 44 years 3 months and 29 days. A member of Golden Gate Camp No. 64. W. O. W., and Choppers* Friendship Club No. 1. WEYHE— In Emery—Me, Cal.. March 29. 1904, Frederick William Weyhe, beloved uncle of Mrs. F. Hahn and Mrs. J. Georgs Smith, a native of Har.-ver. Germany, aged 91 years 7 months and 22 days. WHIPPI_I — In this city, March 29. I9O4. Ruth E.. beloved* daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H L. Whlpple. a native of San Francisco, aged 7 years 11 months and 10 days. E7Funeral to-day (Wednesday). Services and interment private. WOLFF — In this elty. March 2S. 1904, Wil- liam Wolff, beloved husband of Frederlcka Wolff, a native of Germany. A member Of the Machinists* Union. K7 Remains at the funeral parlors of the H. F. Maasa Co., 917 Mission street. - ,'-¦¦ WONG SING — In this city. March 2S. 1904. Wcng Sing, a native of China, aged 51 years. HENRY J. CALLACHER CO. (Successors to Flannagan A (lallagher.) DANIEL P. DONOVAN. Mgr. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMER3, 20 Flftb st.. opposite Lincoln School. Telephone Sooth 80- UNITED UNDERTAKERS. ——Funeral Directors and Eabalmera Formerly In Metropolitan Temple. NOW »t Sfitf MISSION. TeL South 187. Between Fourtn and Fifth, near Fifth si. ; Finest Equipments at - Moderate Rates. 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