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The room of Mrs. Louise KimbaH at
1015 Market street was entered yester
day afternoon and gutted of its con
tents. The, woman; has occupied room
.40' for a month, and yesterday, she
went out: for a short time, and on her
return 'she found that the panel by
the ; spring lock had been | sawed and
the door opened. An examination of •
thft room revealed the fact that it,had
been | thoroughly- ransacked. ' Her
trunk, which contained > ?l 5 and-jew
elry, had been , broken . open -and and
th^ 'valuables taken. Every stitch of
her clothing ' had . been stripped from
the hooks :; iii the " clothes closet and
carried away. .:"•-. ,.i • : ' .¦
,'; On discovering; her loss, she ':com
municated with ; the 1 ' Police Depart- -
rrieht, but ¦ so; far \ no" arrest ; has . been
made./ ; Some persons told^ her they =
saw two men leave \ the hou#e carrying
a large bundle^- They went down Mar- |
ket street ; as far as • Sixth > and : turned
doWn that; street/ |Mrs.;'KImball is a
poor woman and can ill afford the loss
sustained by • the > heartless : daylight
thieves. ¦. ¦ . . . ¦ \
Room Bur_larizetl In Duylisht.
YOKOHAMA— Arrived April 28— Stmr 7 Era
prei«8. of Japan.- from Vancouver, for Kobe,
Nagasaki and Shanghai. .
• •i"'- '
Thursday, April 28.
Schr Oliver J Olsen, Olsen, 9 days from
Bark Santiago, Anderson, IS days from Hon
O-X-r' ;.;-, ¦ SAILED.
Cy ' Thursday. April 28.
Stmr Iaqua. Jorjtenson, San Pedro.
VICTORIA, B C— Sailed April 28— Stmr
Um-tllla. for San FranclBco;; stmr Cottag*
Cltyt- for Skacway.
NEW" YORK— Sailed ADrll 28 — Stmr La
Savole, for Havr*: stmr Blucher, for Ham
burg, via Plymouth and Cherbourg; etmr Mon
goliln. tor Glasgow. •, _. ¦ ..
LONDON — Arrived April 28— Stmr*' Maine,
from Baltimore. • . ¦¦'¦'. I
Sailed April . 28 — Btmr Philadelphian, ' for -
. -
1 GLASGOW — Sailed April 28 — Stmr Corean.
for St John. N F; stmr Samartlan for . Boston.
Arnv«l April 28 — Stmr Sicilian, from Phil."
adelphia. . ....
LIVERPOOL— Sailed April 28— Stmr Mich
igan, for Boston: stmr Bavarian for Montreal,
via Moville: stmr South wark, . for Montreal.
Arrived April 27 — Stmr Cedrlc, from New
York. -
NAPLES— Sailed April 27— Stmr Romanic,
for TTnrtnn ' MiifMB'i fjtw<»_HWfljfrirnBB«__n
MANCHESTER— Arrived April 27— Stmr.
Caledonian, from Boston. . »
Late Shipping Intelligence
Miss Mary Benn,'140S Harrison
street, ana Miss Nellie Driscoll, 1200
Florida street, . were thrown from a
Harrison-street electric car at the cor
ner of Steuart street last night and
barely escaped serious if not fatal in
juries. Miss Benn received a fracture
of the leiar and Miss Driscoll's shoulder
was displaced. Both women were re
moved to St. Mary's Hospital, where
their injuries were treated. The car
was in charge of Motorman O. Bowl
$10 . , -
Same to Richard D. MaloneT. lot on W line
of Flrrt avenue. &0 N of C etfieet^N 25 by W
05: $10. - ,
Same to Oliver O. Reynolds, lot on W line of
A. J*. and ICieanor W. Jacobs to Annie Tlll
man, !<..t on K line of Van Npss avenue, 122:6
?»' of Lombard Ktrect, N W> hy E 10*j; flO. .
Henry Falk to Chariest Ulamond, lot on S
line of Sacramento street, 125 W of Gough, W
i5 »?/ 8 i::«:«; fU>. .
Charles W. Uould to Elizabeth V. Gould, lot
on S line of Vallcjo rtr«~.-t, 137 :t$ K of Octavla.
12 45 by H l::7:ti. also lot c-n S lln? of Green
ttr.-*l. HO W o« Gou*h, W 2.% by S 137:fi; $10.
Hrsle A. Calvin <wife of Jrremiah J.) to
l,u::-l and Any-li'-a Hulotii. lot on W line of
WU*t»r :.tr<ft, i:>7:y H ot Fulton, S St by W
K:«: $10.
Mary Bin hell to Cfarfctlane Kleinhammer,
lot i.a s< line of E<ldy etreet, 13 of Stelner,
E 25 by S »<7:«: $10.
Wl'.iiara K. and N<-tt;e K. L^ake to James
T. Donahue, lot on W line ot Baker street,
J>2:« N ot Haye«. N Tm Uy W 12t:10S: $10.
Timothy J. Moynihan to Monroe Greenwood
Ertalo Company, lot on NE corner of Jackson
and Maple fctncttL K 200. N 170, SW to Maple,
8 M iM-ginnlng; $10.
Janice C Jordan to Charles Huyck, lot on E
llr™ of Michigan avenne. 233:4 N of Richmond
avenu'. N 33:4 by K 12o; $10. '¦
Pacific Improvement Company to Margaret
Bro!an. lot on W line of Clayton street, 100 S
of Carl, S 25 by W 125; $10.
Juniesi and Delia Coghlan to A II. Brinck
tnann, lot on t?K eoruer of Seventeenth and
t-anchox streetg. K 24:5 by S 7U; $10.
Augustus J. Ranken to Albert and Isabel
Krutmtycr. ?•it or^.W line of Sanchez street,
2JM> N or Fooiteenttt. N 2« by W 125; $10.
Andreas Vozsler to Oscar Heyman, lot on
W line of Sanchez BtPert. TtH N of Twcnty
sev-ath, N 25 by W SO; $10.
Uto. O. M. A. Tamm, A. P. 8. Slurrrnan and
Albort G.. Robert P. and Charles fi Wleland
to Centra Tru.«t Company of. California, lot
on N line of ElRhtf-nth Kirect; JK W of Doug
lass. W 4« by X 110; $10.
Central Trust Company (formerly Germania
Trust Company) to Mary liabqpck, same; $10.
Bartlan or Kastlano and Angela Solarl to G.
and Annuziata Saneuin<ttl lot on S line <tt
Union etrert. 137 :« W of Stockton. S 55:(J. NW
4*>:2*4. N 20, B 29:««i. excepting on NE line
of Montgomery avenue, t»S»:2»4 RE of Union
etrett. SE 3. N 3:9«4. SW 2:8; $10,000.
Juki* Titeux to Mary Fuchs, lot on N line
of Union etreet. -2U K of Mason street E 13.
pt- 137 :« W 33. S •*:». K 20. tj «$:9; $3500
H. Stearns to Thomas Ma«e« Jr..
lot on N litil ot Lewis place. 157:6 W of Tay-
W street, belnff K0 N of Pojt.»W 2(Vby N
bt-m 110. ; ¦ ' ¦ .
. Emil A. and Ann Sandstrom tq- Edgar F.
Manning, lot on SW line of <Juy pl««.. 125 SW
of Firet SW 00 by SE 70;.$lO.
Anna G and John L. Hughes to George and
Ann E. Ottson. lot on N. line ol California
etreet 88:1.5« E of Third avenue, Bil:5:1.58,
N HS.'Wite. S 100; $10. .
Ab*r S. and Alic> E. Mann to Charles W.
Pope Jot on SE corner of Twenty- second ave
nue *«1 Clement street. S 100.. E 5i:S. NW
101:3. W 44; $10. '?)
Fernando and Julia A. N*Json to Louis S.
and Emllle If. Crackbon. 1« on S line, of -A'
*troet 03 E of*econd avenue, E 25 by 8 75;
Thomas W. Brennan to Feltua Taylor, lot on
E !ir.o of Polk etreot, 87:10 N of Washington.
K :S*:J(>:,1 by K W>, <|Ultclaim deed: $10.
t'«lton -and Sereta I. Taylor to Mary Oppcn-
Wililam H. Armstrong of Chicago,
whose-Tiame figures in history with
that of Abraham Lincoln, arrived in
this city yesterday from Southern Cal
ifornia and is registered at the Pal
ace. Armstrongs formed one of the
party that escorted Lincoln from the
latter's home in Springfield to Wash
ington in 1861, when a plot to assas
sinate the President was discovered by
the employes of Detective Allan Pink
erton and frustrated through the
plans of that famous secret agent.
Lincoln left Springfield February 11
with a party of friends, including Nor
man B: Judd, Colonel Ward H. Lan
i.'ion. Judge Davis, Major Hunter, Cap
tain John Pope, Colonel Ellsworth and
John G. Nicolay, private; secretary to
the President. Their route was a
roundabout one, including many cities
in which Lincoln was to speak, among
them Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Cleveland,
Albany. New York, Newark, Philadel
phia, Harrisbtlrg and Baltimore. The
day before they were to enter Balti
more the news wai conveyed to Allan
Pinkerton by one of his men in Balti
more that a. riot .was on: foot there to
kill Lincoln and . that a young mem
ber of one at Baltimore's teading fam
ilies was noticeably active in tha
plans. Pinkerton promptly placed
himself in comruunicalion with the
President's party and quietly had their
route changed at Harri«burg so that
Lineoin eould ,be brought by way ot
Philadelphia to Washington. \...li» this
undertaking Armstrong assisted Pink
erton and delivered over the President
to the detective.. Armstong has been
making a tour of the coast and has
been spending severai days at Mon
terey. ©>
W. II. Armstrong, -"Who Made Famous
' Trip With President to Wash
ington, Is Visiting City.
Chamberlain will deliver the last of a series
of lectures at the South Park settlement this
evening 1 .
The lots on the westerly line of Sec
ond avenue ranged from $1350 to
$1400 each for lots 25x95 feet in size,
while the two lots twenty-five feet
deeper, brought $1650 each. The
northeast corner of Second avenue and
I street,- 35x95, was sold for $3600.
The same size lot'on the southeast
corner of Second avenue and Hugo
street brought $3025. The inside lots
on Second avenue, 25x95,' sold for
$1400 each, and the two other lots,
twenty-five feet deeper, brought $1650
each. On the south side of Hugo
street. 95 feet east of Second avenue,
two lots. 25x110 feet in size, were sold
for $1600 each. The last lots offered,
two on the north side of I street, 25x
110 feet, 95 feet east of Second avenue,
were sold for $1750.
The sale was in every respect satis
factory, both to the owners and the
purchasers. Among the purchasers
were: J. H. Gingg, Miss'M. Ash. Mrs.
Duessing. C. Frederichs, O. B. Martin,
A. C. Wiliams, L. B. Bemiss, Mrs. H.
Newell, Mrs. M. C. Williams, F. H.
Qualmann, Oscar Heyman, Mrs. Annie
Douglass, H. F. Mann, W. J. Mc-
Laughlin. James Flanagan and O.- C.
Cappelmann. \
Baldwin & Howell report that each
auction sale of Parnassus Heights
lots by them during the last twelve
months has shown a steady increase
in values in that section. At the. first
sale, held in the early part of June,
1903, the lots averaged $1300 each.
The sale of several months ago pro
dflced an average of between $1550
and $1660 and the lots sold by them
yesterday brought $1786 each. The
offerings consisted of sixty-three lots
between Hugo and I streets and front
ing on ! First, Second and Third ave
nues. The auctioneers announced prior
to the sale that the ten .lots fronting
on First" avenue had been reserved,
owing to the fact that the City Realty
Company had not yet determined how
First avenue would be paved. The re
maining fifty-three lots found ready
purchasers and were sold for $94,685.
The first lot offered was the south
east corner of Fourth avenue and
Hugo 'streets, 35x95 feet, which was
sold for $M00. Two lots, each 25x110
feet, on the south side of Hugo street,
95 feet east of Fourth avenue, brought
$1600 apiece. The southwest corner
of Third avenue and 'Hugo street,
35x95 feet, was sold for' $3000. and the
northwest corner of Third avenue and
I street, same size, brought $3500.
The lots on Third avenue, 25x95 feet,
brought from $1360 to $1400 each.
Six lots were . sold at these figures.
Two deeper lots on Third avenue,
25x120 feet in size/realized $1600
each. On the north side of I street,
between Third and Fourth avenues,
two lots, each 2^5x110 feet, were sold
for $1650 each.
The corner lots in the adjoining
block on the east, each 35x95 feet in
size, were sold as follows:
The northeast corner of Third avenue and I
street, $3400; northwest corner Second avenue
and 1 street, $;<5G0; southeast corner of Third
avenue and Hugo street, $3000; the south
west corner of Second avenue and Hugo
strcat, $3000: two inside lots on Hugo street,
$1S25 an.l $1550 respectively, each 25x110 feet;
two Jots of the fame, size on the north side
of I street, between Second and Third ave
nues, $1600 and $1H5O; four lota on the east
sldo of Third avenue, between Hiiro and I
streets, 25x05 fret, $ir5.'i0 to $1360 each; two
Iota on the same avenue, 25x120, $1650 each.
Brokers Report That the Sale Re
sulted in Bringing $04,685 for
Fifty-Three Offerings. •
$259,644, which is payable at his death
to his estate. Little more will be defi
nitely known about the .financial af
fairs, of Dillingham and of the.enter
prises in which he is concerned until
Thurston arrives. His. coming is
awaited with interest by the bankers
and others who are creditors in consid
erable amounts.
The B. F. DlllinghamXompany (Limited) has
borrowed $15,000 .from-the Bank of -Hawaii;
$20,000 from Bishop & Co.: $51,000 from M.
I\ Robinson; $25,000 f rom ' Donohoe. Kelly &
Co. ;• $50,000 from the Canadian Bank of Com
mcrcer $25,000 H rom the ¦ First National Bank'
of San Jore:$50,0O0 from the National Bank
of r>. O. Mills: - $50,000 from the American
Bank and Trust .'Company of San Francisco:
$40,000 from ' the, Flreman'f ; Fund Insurance
Company: $0<\C0O from the First National
Bank of San Francisco; $50,000 from the Bank
of California: $7fi. 000 from -Henry. F.CAlIen:
$35,000. from S.-CV- Allen: . $64,000 from the
First National Bank of Hawaii.' •
The bank loans ¦ are : . principally se
cured by stock and ; bonds off the Olaa
plantation, the bonds of the Hilo Rail
road and bonds of "the Oahu'Railway
and Land Company." X> San j Francisco
syndicate : comprising ; .banks * and | indi
viduals holds : as i security 5 for * money
loaned 'Olaa Sugar? Company stock
amounting to $1,000,000; also; $100,000; in
Puna Sugar Company bonds ' and $250,
000 in Rail road v bonds.. , ' \
Dillingham carries life insurance . for
There arc various other enterprises
with which B. F.- Dillingham has beeen
connected, among which are ' the Hllo
Railroad Company, the Woodlawn
Dairy, the. Walalua Agricultural Com
pany, the Pacific Hardware Company,
the Haleiwa Hotel, the McBryde Sugar
Company, the \Puna Sugar Company,
the Kihei Sugar Company, the Volcano
House Company and the McCully Land
Company. It is reported to be the
opinion of the Hawaiian - Creditors'
Company that immediate income will he
received only from the Oahu. Railway
and Land Company's bonds. Last year
there were dividends', from the Hilo
Railroad Company and. also from the
Pacific Hardware Company, but the
prospect of dividends from these cor
porations during the present year is
not considered to be very good.
The largest individual creditor of
Dillingham and of the Dillingham
Company, is the Bank of California,
which has loaned $450,000 to Dilling
ham and to the Dillinsham Company
$50,000. Among thecreditors of ,B. F.
Dillingham are included the following
with the amounts: ' '
A. Brier, $75,000: I. Steinhart,; $75,000; Al
exander & Baldwin, 5CT>,fHJ0; the. London and
Ran Francisco Bank, $50,000; Hmry F. AllPn,
$100,000; Equitable Insurance Company. $34. J
000; «an Francisco Savings Union; $200, COO;
Havings and Loan Society. $7."». 000: W. O.
Smith, $20,000; German Savings and Loan So
ciety, $50,000. . ,v
Mr. Dillingham is in a sanitarium on
Central avenue, where he is seeking to
recover his health. He is not able to
confer with his creditors in this city
concerning his business. There are
very large creditors here. The Dilling
ham indebtedness has been principally
incurred in an attempt to make a suc
cess of the Olaa sugar plantation, on
the island of Hawaii, near Hilo.
The indebtedness of Dillingham arid
of the B. F. Dillingham Company, Lim
ited, amounts, jointly, to $3,958,576.
Against this amount, are assets esti
mated to be worth $4,228,598. With this
apparent excess of assets above liabili
ties, the creditors in Honolulu, through
their committee, have nevertheless re
ported that the outlook is good for a
failure, to the amount of $49,460 per an
num, to meet interest charges. The
Olaa sugar plantation has produced but
two crops. The price of sugar disap
pointed Dillingham, who built his ex
pectations of success upon the price.
Dillingham used the stocks and
bonds of the Oahu Railway and Land
Company and of other corporations to
secure those from whom he borrowed
the money to enter upon the expensive
experiment of the Olaa sugar planta
tion. Banks in San Francisco and a
few capitalists supplied the necessary
funds to get the enterprise started.
All the enterprises in which Dilling
ham has been concerned, or a majority
of them, have been on a large scale.
He possessed endless energy, original
ity and financial daring. When he pro
jected the Oahu Railway and Land
Company the idea was generally ridi
culed and it was said that he would
have neither freights nor passengers
to carry on the road. The company
made money. It was capitalized with
stock amounting to $4,000,000 and $2,
000,000 in bonds. In December last the
total assets of this corporation were
reported to be $7,200,000. S. C. Allen
was the president, B. F. Dillingham
first vice president, W. F. Allen sec
ond vice president and A. W. Van
Valkenberg secretary. ,
The Olaa Sugar Company, Limited,
of Olaa has always had heavy liabil
ities from the start. The capital stock,
paid up, was reported in 1902 to be $2,
500.000 and its total assets were then
estimated at $5,300,000. The Olaa Sugar
Company was authorized, when it was
incorporated in 1899, to issue capital
stock to the amount of $5,000,000. with
authority to increase this to not to ex
ceed $10,000,000 in total. The original
stock authorized was issued in 250,000
shares at $20 each. The incorporators
were B. F. Dillingham, L. A. Thurston,
A. W. Carter, E. H. Paxton and L.
The assets of B. F. Dillingham of
Honolulu have been estimated by a
committee of his creditors to be worth
$2,551,590, while his liabilities amount to
$2,673,470. On this showing the commit
tee of creditors in the Hawaiian Isl
ands.has figured out that there is a
surplus of liabilities of $121,880. The
same committee has estimated, under
present conditions, and reckoning that
the liabilities will draw 6 per cent per
annum, that his income, unless there is
an Increase in the earning capacity of
his assets, will fall short of paying his
Interest by $9080 per annum; and if his
life insurance Bhould.be continued the
annual shortage in his 'funds will be at
least $27,000 per annum.
Mr. Dillingham has been a leading
figure in the B. F. Dillingham Compa
ny, Limited, and a great promoter in
the Hawaiian Islands. If the creditors
in Honolulu have figured correctly, the
assets of the Dillingham Company
amount to $1,677,007 and the corpora
tion's liabilities to $1,280,105. There is,
therefore, a surplus of assets, as esti
mated, of $396,901. But if the assets
shall earn no more than they did in
1903 and the liabilities draw interest
at the rate of 6 per cent per annum,
there will be a xailure amounting to
$31,381 per annum to meet the; inter
est charges, so say the company.
\ A recommendation has been made
that B. F. Dillingham shall assign all
his property to the B. F. Dillingham
Company, Limited, except his shares in
the B. F. Dillingham Company; also
that a committee of. five Honolulu
creditors and three foreign , creditors
shall be appointed (o conduct and con
trol in every way the business of the
B. F. Dillingham Company, Limited.
On the next steamer from Honolulu L.
A. Thurston is expected to arrive to
confer with the San Francisco credit
ors and to make a general" report to
them regarding the facts disclosed by
the investigation of the financial af
fairs of Dillingham and of the corpora
tions with which he has been promi
nently conected.
The fighting days of the Grand Army
veteran have passed, but the talking
season is in full swing; hence It would
not be surprising if a column of spell
binders visited the Second Congress
ional District this fall, as all the signs
point to a renomination of Theodore
Bell by the Democrats of that district.
According to the Sacramento Bee
the Bell amendment will take away
from the veterans themselves all con
trol of their pensions and place upon
the board of directors the duty of con
trolling the pension fund. The ag
gregate amount of all the pensions
due to members of the home will be
paid every quarter by the , -pension
agent to the treasurer of the home.
When a member leaves the home he
will get the amount coming to him
on the books, but he cannot draw it
in installments to spend the money as
he chooses.
The inference is drawn from the
comment of the newspapers in the Sec
ond Congressional District that the
legislation of Congress which forbids
the apportionment of Federal money to
any State home that maintains a can
teen will enter largely into the political
contest In this Congressional district
at the ensuing campaign. The pur
pose of the Grand AVmy of the Re
public is to keep out of pllitics. The
present commander In chief of the or
ganization. General Black, is a Demo
crat of national renown. The Veterans'
Home at Yountville is in one sense a
Grand Army institution. The property,
valued at $250,000 and deeded to the
State pt California, was acquired under
the auspices of the Grand Army. The
original management has been per
petuated by Governors Budd. Gage and
Pardee. The management is indorsed
by the Department Encampment, G.
A. R., also by the Mexican Veterans
and the, old Grand Army Association.
The attack in Congress on the manage
ment therefore forces the patriotic or
ganizations into the political campaign
of the Second district. It is the im
pression that Congressman Bell did not
intend to give to the board of directors
of the Yountville home entire control
of the. pensions. Perhaps he intended
to make the rules applying to national
homes for disabled volunteers appli
cable to- the California home, but in
advertently inserted in his amendment
the rules governing the old Regular
Army Soldiers' Home in the District of
Columbia. According to the Congres
sional Record, only ninety of the Repre
sentatives in Congress voted on the
Bell amendment. Three hundred mem
bers were absent ot refrained from vot
" To-morrow Charles F. Curry, Secre-.
tary of State, U. S. Webb, Attorney
General; A. B. Nye, private secretary
of the Governor, and W. S. Melick,
secretary of the State Board of Ex
aminers, will visit the Veterans' Home,
Napa County, and confer with the di
rectors in reference to the application
for an additional allowance for the in
stitution. The adoption of Congress*
man Bell's amendment abolishing the,
canteen deprives the home of an k>
come of' $12,000 per^ annum. This
money has been used to maintain a
band, bowling: alley, library, social
hall, billiard tables, cardrooms,
amusements, embellishment of
grounds, extra help in the hospital
and other benefits for which the State
and Federal governments make 'no
appropriation. ( -
- The Governor of the State does not
fancy the idea of depriving the old
veterans of intellectual and creature
comforts. "Wednesday evening last
Governor Pardee met Samuel "W.
Backus, Hugh M. Burke and John C.
Currier of. the board of directors and
the whole subject matter relating to
the proposed additional allowance was
reviewed. At the Governor's request
Messrs. Curry, Webb, Melick and Nye
will make inquiry on the grqunds rela
tive to the .necessity of authorizing a
deficiency. The Governor indicated
that no allowance could be made for
the insurance of proper.ty or for new
buildings, but he is in favor of giving
every consideration possible to the old
soldiers and sailors in the home.
The State Is Asked to
3Iake Good Loss Caused
by BelFs Amendment
Weil-Known Hawaiian-s Financial Troubles Thai
Come From Failure to Make Sugar Plantation
Paying Proposition After a Very Great Outlay
Elroy a Blssell - (single) to Elizabeth Gll
senan (wife of Thomae) lot on SW corner of
Ward and Adeline streets, S 44.55 W 120 02
X 40. E 145.40. lot 8. block 18. map No.' 5!
Shattuck Tract, etc., Berkeley; $10.
Richard W. and Margaret J. Roberts to
Nettle B. Stone (married), lot on S line of
JBuena Vista avenue. 125 W of Sherman street.
W 25 by S 100. lot 5. block F, Taylor and
Pafce Tract. Alameda; $10.
Karl H. and Ruth B. Nickel to Louis T.
Hant»n. lota on NW lin* of Oakland avenue, (a
NE- of Moss (now Santa Clara) avenue. NE 60
by NW 126.25, lots 9 and 10, block H map
resubdfvlsion of blocks G and H, Flint Tract.
Oakland; $10.
Louis T. Hansen to Florence G. Hansen,
same, Oakland; gift.
A. L. Sobey (single) to David L Shirk lot
4f>. map subdivisions 6 and 7, Hardy Tract,
Berkeley; $100.
Elizabeth Williams to Aaron Wllllams.>lot
on W line of MacCall street. 144:6 N of Mart
posa avenue. N 06 by W J25. lots 14 and 15.
block G, resubdivlslon of map of portion of
Brumagin Tract W of Shattuck avenue, Oak
land; rrant.
Oakland Bank of Savings to same, lot on W
line of MacCall street, 194 :6 N of Mariposa
avenue. N 4tt by W 125. portion of lot 14, block
G, tame. Oakland; $10.
Harlow P. Bancroft to Margaretta G. Black,
lot on 1J line of Telegraph avenue. 50 S of
Moss, S 45 by E 110, being N .1 feet of lot *4
and S 42 feet of lot S5. amended map of subdi
visions of Messwood, Tract. Oakland: $10.
Farmers' and Merchants' .Savings Bank to
A. N. BurgeHS, lot on S line of Ttilrty-second
street, 180 W of West. 35 by S 1*'\ portion of
lot 9. block 203S, Rowland Tract. Oakland; 510
Samuel J. and Bessie Sllva to William J. and
Clara B. Mc<1unle. lot on S line of Thlrty-flrst
street. 165 W of Grov«, W 50 by S 140. lot :•,
block 2034. map Rowland Tract. Oakland; $10.
Johannes H. Jorpensen (single, by J. A.
Jorgensen. attorney) to John S. AvIIa, lot on
W line of San Pablo avenue, 142 N of Chan
ninjf way, N 30 by W 135. portion lot 13.
block 121. corrected map Raymond Tract.
Berkeley: $10.
J. H. and Martha W. Wiley to Aaron Wil
liams, lot on ,W line or MacCall street. 194:6
,N of Marlposa avenue (now Fifty-ninth street),
S 50 by W 125, lot 15 and portion of lot 14,
block G, re«nibdlvislon of map of portion of
Hrurnaein Tract W of Shattuck avenue. Oak
land: $10.
Virginia K. and William J. Dinge? (and, as
attorney) to James C. and Roslna R. Perkins,
lot on S line of Thirty-third (Nolan) street,
316:3 E of Market, E 50 by S 87. lot 7 block
II, property Central Land Company, Oakland;
William Joseph to Ella Joseph (wife), lot
on W line of Chester street, 140:3 S of Rail
road avenue or Seventh street. W 125 by N
25, lot 16, block 495. map resubdlvision city
blocks 4»4 to 496, Oakland; gift.
George F. and Elle M. Emery (wife) to
Hardin Smith, lot on E line of Andover street.
170:0 N of Thirty-fourth. N 60 by E 120/ lot
W, map Pacific Theological Seminary Tract,
etc., Oakland; $10.
V Frank M. and Eleanor J. Davis to J. C.
Wills, lot on S line of Grant avenue or Thirty
seventh street, 127.72 W of Gold, W 38.86 by
S 115. lot CO and portions lots KM,i and t>0%,
amended map subdivisions Mosswood Tract,
Oakland; $10.
J. H. and Maria Klrchheiner (by Thomas
D. Carroll, constable) to Oscar G. Heaton. all
Interest had by first parties August 17, 1900. or
since, etc.. lots 7 to 10. block 4S, tract B.
Berkeley L» and T. . I. Association, Berkeley;
$20. .
M. Louisa, or Maria Louisa or Maria Kirch
heiner (M. Louisa Wright, wife J. H.). Welles
and Bertha N. or Bertha Whltmore to same,
same. Berkeley, quitclaim deed; $10.
Oscar G. and Viola F. Heaton to Charles A.
Bailey, same. Berkeley; $10.
Hattie F. Dewing (widow) to WIckham
Havens, lets 15 to 52. Alden Orchard Tract,
boing SE portion Alpine Tract No. 2, Oakland;
WIckham and Florence W. Havens to Harlow
P. Bancroft, same, Oakland; $10.
Henry Peterson, Sarah Homager, William
Crawford (trustees North Oakland Baptist Mis
flon, unincorporated association) to Richard
N. Clark. lots on S line of Alden avenue, 215
W of West fctreet, W 50 by S 14O, lots 13 and
14, block A. map Henry's subdivision of
Whltcher and Brockhurst and Roland Tract
(deed given to remove any cloud in title under
809 D. 113), Oakland; grant.
N. F. Dethlefsen (owner) with Carl N. P.
Ahlgren (contractor), architects same — All work
except plumbing, painting, mantels, shades
and bus fixtures for a 3-atory and 2-story frame
building (flats) on S line of Ellis street. 192:6
W of OctavU. W 27:6 by S 120; $12,300.
Same owner with Schanz & Grundy (con
tractors), architects same — Plumbing and gas
fltting for same on aame; $1820. .
W. V. Balllnger (owner) with Currle & Cur
rie (contractors), architect E. A. Hermann —
AH work except painting, electric work, gaa
and electric fixtures, mantels, grates and til
ing for a 2-story and basement frame building
on the W line of Dame street, 250 S of Thir
tieth. S 25 by W 125; $2430 50.
Alamcda County.
Same owner with Schanz & Grundy (con
tractors), architects same— Plumbing, gasflt-
Unic. tiling, etc.. for same on eame; $2750.
H. P. Heagwty (owner) with Kalghin &
Caine (contractors), architects Martens and
Coffey — AH work except electrical work, plumb-
Ing, painting, mantels, gas fixtures and shades
for two 3-story frame buildings (store and
flats) on the SE corner of Waller and Stan
yan streets. S 50 by E 106:3; $16,300.
Estate of Charles Sutro (by Charles and
Alfred Sutro; executors) to J. B. Coryell. lot
on SE corner of First avenue and C street,
SW 100 by SE 100, lots 12 and 13, block 35.
Salt Marsh; also lot on N line of Second
avenue. 200 SE of D street. SE 100 by NE
200. lots 9. 10, 19 and 20 block 34. same; also
lot on S line of Front avenue, 250 SE of D
street. SE 50 by SW 100, lot 20, block 19,
same; also lot on" S line of Front avenue. 300
SE of D street, SE 50 by SW 100, lot 21,
block lit. same; $2oO.
Oscar Heyman to John D. Daly and H. Q.
Tilton, lots IS to 20. block Q, Mission Street
Land Company; $10.
Builders' Contracts.
First avenue. 25 N of C ttreet, N 25 by W
83; $10. ¦
A. S. and Emma C. Baldwin to George E.
Bates, lot 4. block 103 lot 14, block 108, Uni
versity Homestead: also lot on W line of Ox
ford street, 300 'S of Olmstead, S 120, W 1:6,
SE 150. N 65; tlO. '
George and Kate Ryan to Calvin VT. and
Ai.nie Percy, lot on NW corner of Rutledge
street and Peralta avenue. N 25 by .W 75; |10.
Joseph and Matilda N. Robinson to Bernard
Salles and Theodore Barbe. lot on NB line of
Thirteenth avenue 125 SB of N street. SB
108. N 26:7, NW 99:4^4 SW 25, lot 12, block
249, O"N. and H. Tract: $10.
George and Kate Ryan to Severin A, and
Dora Torgerson, lot on W lino of Butler ave
nue, 107:0% S of Peralta avenue, S 25 by W
75, lot 13. block 2. Franconla; $10.
Louis and Dora Smith to John and Hanorla
Roche. lot on SB line of Precita street, 50
SW of Ryan avenue SW 25 by SB 80, lot 2.
George Ryan aubdlvislons. Precita Valley, 219
to 223; $10.
Mary C. and Erick Boes to William M.
Starr, lot 10, block 5, Garden Tract Home
stead Association: $10.
7W^______P\ due to arrlT. at ,
f I . m a«_»_i_"» \ «Hf 1 &"&„'¦*&!%
||A mccnvsma— * Z| SAN FRANCISCO.
V • V j=_t //»/ r *°* A " tu> 10 - I9W -
\^ | ( Foot of Market Street )
'lsam - ~fVTAlN_J s J_LE- -A-iira
74)0_ v-scaTllle. Winters. Buinsey........ 7.50r
7 Ma Benlcia, Scisun. Elmira aad Sacra-
anento -••• /•*•*?
730a VaUeJo. Napa. CallstOK*. SanU
Roaa, Martinet, San ICamoa 820p
7J0a Mies, LlTermore, Tracy, _athroi».
S'.ockron 7-20r
8.00a Shasta Kxpress— (Via DaTls).
Williams (for Bartlett Springs).
Willows. tFrnto. Ked IUaH
' . Portland, Tacoma, Seattle...... 7-80^
•-00a Darts. Woodland. Knights Landing.
MarysTllle. OroTine 7^0?
840a Port Costa, Martinez. Antiocb.
Byron. Tracy. Stockton. New-
man. Los Banot. Mendota,
Arm oaa. Hanford. VI a alia,
Porterrllle 4.29p
840a Port Costa. Lathrop. Modesto.
Merced. Fresno, Uosben Junc-
tion. Hanford, Vlialla, Bakers-
field «-58*
8 JO* Slles, San Jose. LlTennore. Stock-
ton, (tMIIton). lone. Sacramento.
Placerrllle. MarysTllIe, Colco,
Red Blnff 4.20f
8-30a Oakdale. Chinese. Jamestown. So-
nor*. Taolnraae and Angela 4.29r
'9004 Atlantic Express— Ogden and Ease. 11.204
9.30a Richmond, Xlartraes aad • Way
Statloas 8-50r
10.00* The OTerlaad Limited — Of den,
DenTer. Omaha, Chicago. «.20r
1000* Vanejo 12.20*
10.00a Loa Antreles Passenger — Port
Costa, Martlaei, Byron. Tracy.
Luthrop. Stockton. Merced.
Raymona, Fresno. Goshen Jono>
tlon, Uanford. Lemoore, Vlsalia,
Bakersfleld. Lo» AngoSea ....... 7.20!»
|2.00k Hayward. Nlles and Way 8uUo_i. 3.20p
UJOOr Sacramento KlTer Steamers. tii.OOr
3J0f Benlcia. Winters. Sacramento.
Woodland. Knights Landing. •
MarysTtUe. OroTllle aad way _ B()4
JJSOf Hanrardt'Nifei a'id Way Stations'*. 1£9r
840r Port Cotta, Martlae*. Byron.
Tracy. Lathrop. Modesto.
Merced. Berenda. ?>«"»•"*„,,-
Way Stations beyond Port Costa 1220P
»40f Toaemlte V.iiey. Mon™ Wed, Frl. 8 20*
iZOr Marlines. Tracy. Stockton. Lodl... 10 20*.
4.0a»- Marttaex.San Ramon, ValleJs.Nas*.
Callstoa:a,SanURos_... v .. ... 8 20*
44»p NMea. Tracy. Stockton. Lodl ...... 4.20*
440r Hayward. Nlles. IrTlafton. Sanl J8.50*.
Joie. LlTennore I tti.M-
C40r Tie Owl Limited— Newman. Los
Banos. Mendota. Fresno. Tulara,
Bakersneld. Los Angeles.... O-JO*
C40r Port Costa. Tracy. Stocktoa « 1 ??S'
nXQr Hayward, Mies and San Jos« 7.20a,
S.COp Hayward. Klles and San Jose 8.50*
ft— Or Eastern Express— Ogden. Denrer.
¦ Omaaa, St. Louts. Calcag»aa4
East Port Costa, Benlda. Sol-
ni, Klmlra, DaTls. Saer amenta,
Roeklln. Aubarn, Colfax.
Trnckee. Boca. Reno. Wad»-
worth. Wlnnemocca 8.20r
•.•Or Tallejo, dally, except Sunday.... I t.bbf
7-80* Vanejo. Sunday only f "
7,08* Klchmond, San Pablo. Port Costa,
' Martlnei and Way Station 11.204
iJClr Oregon _ California Express— Sao*
maento, MarytTllle, Beddtag,
Portland. Pafe^Soaad aad Saai. 8-50*>
8.10* Hayward. Nlles and Saa Jose (3oa-
dayoaly) 11.80*.
COAST LINE (Jl*rr»w Waagaj.
(Toot of Market Street.) .
745a San taCnuExonrsioa(Sanday only) 8-1 Of
8.16a Newark, Centerrllle, Saa Joso,
Kelton, Boolaer Creek,- Santa
Cfn* and Way Stations.... 563f
2.1 1» Newark. Centertille, Saa Joie,
New Almaden.Los Oatot.Feltoa,
Bonlder Creek, Santa Crus aaa
Principal Way Statloas tlO-55*
4.16r n«wark, San Jose, LosSatos aa4t tfl-55 »
w»y station* } M0 5a*
From BAN KUAN CISCO, Foot of Market St. (SUp»
-t7:15 1:00 U:»*.M. 100 300 5-15 r.K.
Wnm OAKLAND. Foot of Broadwsy — t*:0O t3:00
f8:CJ 10:00 A.jf. 1200 2.00 400 p.m.
*~ COAST LINE (Kroa4 Ua B «r«).
; _T~ (Third »nd Townsend Streets.) .
$.10* Saa Jose and Way Stations B-50f
t7 00* Baa Jose and Way Statloas S-40P
7.15a Monterey and Saata Cru Etcnr-
slon (Sunday only) 10. 30*
8.00a New Almaden dues.. Frld.. only), 4.10?
8 00* Tho Coasters-Stops only San Jose,
Gllroy (connection for Hollls-
ter). Pajaro. CaatroTllTe (con-
section to and from Monterey
and PaclSn Grove), SalJoas. Saa
Ardo, Paso Roble» Santa M»r-
Karlta, San Lais Obiapo, principal
stations thence Barf (connection
for Lompoc), priacipal station*
thence Saata Barbara, San Baena-
ventnra. Burbao_ Los Angeles . 10-4o>
• .CO* San Jose. Tres Finos. Capltola,'
"..<.. . SantaCrar,PaclficOrore,Sallnas.
San Luis Oblipo aad Principal
Way Station* .—_„-.„ 4-10^
1040a San Jose aad Way Stations 1.20r
1140a Santa Clara, Ban Jote, Loa Gktoa
and Way Stations 7.30p
140p San Jose anJ Way Stations 3 33<
• COr Del Monte Express— Santa Clara,
San June, Del Monte. Monterey.
PaciHe GroTe (connetU at Santa
Clara, except Saaday, for 8anta
Crnz, Bonlder Creek and Narrow
Gange Points) at Gllroy for Bol-
lister, Trex Plnos. at Pajaro for
Santa Craz, at CaetroTtlle for
Salinas 12.15*
S40t Tres Plnos Way Pas*snjrer 10 45*.
4.30r "aa Jose and Way Stations t3.00*
tS 00f Santa Clara, San Jose. Loa Gatos.
and principal Way Stations (ex-
cept Sunday) t9C0*
-. 15.30 P SanJoseaadPrlnclpalWayStatlons 13.40a.
G45r Sunset Limited.— Redwood. Saa
Jose, GllroT.Sallnag.Paao Kobles,
Ean LnU Obtspo. Santa Barbara, :
Los Aofelea. Deinlag. El Paso,
New Orleans. New Tort:. Com-
Beets at Pajaro for Santa Cms - " *
and at CantroTlll* for Fac_le
Gro»e and Way Stations 7-18*
r8-1Ei> •aaklateo.Beresford.Belmoat.Saa
Carlos. Redwood, Fair Oaks. '
MenloPark. Palo Alto t6.43«
8 30 r SanJoaeandWay Stations 848 4
8 0Op Palo Alto and Way Stations 10-15*
11 . JO* South San Francisco. Mlllbrae. Bur-
llngame. San Mateo, Belmont,
San Carlos. Redwood, 7a_ Oaks,
Mealo Park, aad Pal* Alto S.45i»
¦11-SOr Majtleld, Moantaln View. Sonny-
Tale. Lawrence. Santa Clara aad
San Jose 13.45"
A for Morale*. P for Afteraooa,
1 Sunday axeeptea. t Sundiy only.
-¦ « Saturday only.
i 8top* u all sutloai ©a Saaday.
CF~Oaiy trains stopping at Valencia St tomthbovaa
tre«:I0 4.M.. 7:00 a.m.. 7:!S a.m.. 11:»a._.. I:60r.«,
t-.SOr.m. and 1:00 r. ".
Tlbnron rerry. root of Market Street.
WEEK DAYS— 7:30. 9:00. Tl :00 a, m.: ll':^.,
3:30. r»:10. 6:30 d. m. Thursdays — Extra trip
at 11:30 p. m.
Saturdays — Extra trip at 1:50 and 11:30 p.m.
SUN1>ATS-28:00. 0:30. 11:00 a, m.: 1:M,
3:SO. 3:00. 6:20, 11:SO p. m.
WEEK DAYS— 6:0ft. 7:S5. 7:5«>. 9:20. 11:15
a. m.; 12:50. 3:10, 6:00, 5:20 p. m.
Saturdays — Extra trip at 2:06 and 6:35 p. m.
SUNDAYS— 8:00. 9:40. 11:15 a. m.: l:lt>.
S:4>>. 4:55. 5:05, 6:25 p. m. •
Leave I In Effect - I ¦ Arrive
San Francisco. F^ef^. 27. 19O3.|San Francisco.
Week I Sun- I Destlna- J Sun- J WecU
Days. I days. | tlon. (days. ( Days.
~7:30a 8:00 a " TbTioT ~S : 40 a
, Oi'iOa Isnacto. tO:40alO:20a
3:30 p 3 T 30p 6:05 p 6:20 p.
5:10 p 5:00 p • 7:35 p . ¦
7:30 a 9:10 at 8:4Oa
8:00 a Novato. 10:10 a|10:20 a
3:30 p 9:30 a Petaluma 6:05p|t>:20p
6:10 p 3:30 p and 7:35 pj
. 5:00 p Santa Rosa. [
. 7:30a! I , 110:40 a[10:20 a
I 8:00 a| Fulton. I 7:35 pi 6:20 p
3:30 p| 3:30 p| [ - (¦- . .
7:30 a) 8:00 a Healdsburg; 10:40 a 10:20 a
| Lytton.
3:30 p 3:30 p Geyservllle. 7:35 p 6:20 p ¦
7:30 a S:C0a Hopland. 10:40 a 10-.C0 a
I 3:30p 3:30p and Uklah. 7:3T»p 6:20 p :
7:30 a 8:00 a WUUts. 7:-05p 6:20 p
7:30a|8:00al - (10:4Oa)10:2Oa
3:30 p| 3:30 p| Guerneville. | 7:35 p| B:2O p
7:3Oa|8:C0a| Sonoma, |9:IOa|8:tOa
5:10 p| 5:00 p| Glen Ellen. I 6:05 pj 6:20 j»
TJ0 a"l" 8:00 a| |10:W a|10:30 r.
ai^0p|3:30p| Sebastopol. | 7:X5 pj 6:2t>p
STAGES- connect at Green Brae for £.*n
Qutntln. at Santa Rosa Xor White Sulphur
Springs; at Fulton for Altrurla and Mark W«st
Springs: at Lytton for Lytton Springs; at Gey-
servllle for. Skaggs Springs: at Cloverdale fc*
ths - Geysers. EoonevlUe and Greenwood: at
Hopland for Duncan Spring?, Highland Springs
KelseyvlUe. Carlsbad Springs. Soda Bay. Lak«~
port and Bartlett Springs; at Ukiah lor "Vichy-
Springs, Saratoga Sp-i-jgs, Blue Lakes, Laurel'
Dell Lake. Witter Sp'^ngs, Upper Lake. Pomi
Potter Valley.. John Day's. Riverside, Llerly'a.
I Bccknells. Sanhedrln Heights. Hullvllle Ort'si
; Hot Springs.* Halfway House, Comptche. Camp
Steven*. Hopkins, Mendoclna City, Fort Bragg
Westport. Uaal: at . WlUUa* for Fort Bragg.'
' Westport, Sherwood. Canto, Covelo. Lay tuit-
villc Cummlnga. Bell's Sprlngn, Harris, . Ol-
ser.'s. Dyer. Garbervllle, Pepperwood. : Scctla
, and Kareka. ..
Saturday to Sunday round-trip tickets at le-
duced r-.ites.'2«_g_gSfdP^ . - . . .
;On Sunday^ round-trip tickets to all points
beyond San Oftfael at half rates.
. Ticket offices, 630 Market street, 'Chronlcla
bu'.idms. ~ w * 1 ~**nrflf_TrrWiHf^rnt_swriar_rrTTT
Gen." Manager/ - G«n. Pass. A_L
A High Grade
Classified - Advertisers in Next
This Premium Free.
ROOMS TO _E1V— Fora, and C_f_r_.
KOTAL House, 126 Ellis— Inca_5«scent lights,
reading-room, emokinr-room and ladies' par-
lor; room* per nlrht, 35o to HjM; week. 52
tb $S; month. $8 to $30; elevatir on sroun«
floor: room? with hot and cold water; ba..h,-.
SHOTWELL, 023 — 3 nice .unfurnished rooms
for housekeeping; ems and bath; In private
fa m Jly. - —
STANYAX S10. facing Golden Gate Park—*
furnished rooms; single or en aulte.
THE ST. KATHRYN. NE. cor. Leavenworth
and E!IU— Sunniest rooms in the city; new
hotel- Just furnished fresh and clean: hall-
mattresses in every room; also hot and cold
water bathe, etc.: steam heat Uirougnout.
elevator service and every modern convenl-
. ence; rooms from *3 per week up.
THE Mayflower. 30S Third— Nice quiet family
house: elegant rooms; 25c. 50c. 75c. $1 nlgnt.
UNITErTsTATES. I2.J Eddy, near' Market— 400
rooms 55c to f 1 night. $1 75 to $6 week; e.«?c-
trlc liiitF (no p_->. running f Rter J^ e^ r /
rocm; elevator. rea_-room; free t)us; T>agKagc.
UNFURNISHED rooms. *uttabl#* for dress-
making la.ti. *' tailor or light manufacturing.
Apply A. KOY HARRISON. 140 Gear^ st.
VATENC1A. 5S0. bet. 'fifteenth «nd Seyen-
ttenth-^J elegantly furnished l*>':~£ d ° w
room*: new Sat; marble stairs and hall»a>8.
suitable for doctor or dentist.
VAnTnEPS ave.. 519— Oegant frwnt parlors
and ad1oininr-gHUeJ^or_ffice_or club.
WINCH KSTERHotel. 44 3d <= t Vl " <>SL I 1M ! ; lar '^;7
Mon convenient a»d re^nectable; .l») rooms.
:*o ta $1 ft" niKH* ( 2 to JS C week; f^vator;
r!ec. lights; reading-room; fr»e bus; pagEage.
WOLF H^uw. 2C2 Sixth— Electric llpht in every
' rt>orn : J!k • t\i U a night: T6c to $5 a. wcc_;
open all night: convenient to all cars.
AT-VERTISEMnNTS. subFCriptions received at
Call branch offlce. <» r J _g u _gS_-_ : chu _ * t8 '
A BRA.VH office cf The Call for the reception
cf adveCifcinents ar.^subscrlptions has been
opened at IOCS Market Et.. opposite -Fifth.
Open until 11 P- rc>. _^^^___________,
.^rxr^- ¦^^^J.^UJ^^LTIMORE.
GOLDEN G~*TE ave.. 1224— Elepar.t large
f»*nt alcove room. gas. bath, running water,
with board: suitable for two:. private family.
hTavaRD~M1A— First-clars'byard With room,
fingl- or d.-ruble. $5-?ti week: American fam-
ily; tvyms cooking: home comforts; piano.
HOTEL ELSXIERH. 413 Sutler— Sunny BUtf**.
>_Cie rm.v • excellent table; moderate prtces.
KAN FRANCrSCO and Suburban Ham* BuUd-
inc Society, lib floor. Mutual Saving* Bank
building, 70S Market rt.. orposlfe Third—.
Kor tbe halt year ending *1« of December.
JS03 a dividend has been declared at th«
rate per annum cf <12) twelve per cent on
capital etock and partictpatfng certificates.
*re* of taxes, payable on and after SATUR-
DAY? January Z l»04. JOSEPH A. LEON-
ARD. Munsrer HTTGH CRAIQ. Secretary.
AN exceptionally cood No. i Remington. No, 1
Smith Premier. $25: other typewriters at
higher ard lower prices; rental* $2 BO. The
Typewriting Exchange. 636 California st.
a FEW good typewriter at S30 *ae_: get par-
t1ctla t J * of L. _ SI. ALEXANDER. 110 Mont-
gon-.ery si. *
SP-HAND typewriters sold, rented, repaired.
UebF'.er Typewriter Inspec. Co.. 60S Market.
Blot machlnei! $25; ptjnchers . $25; lifters . card
ma.chlne^."o. Ay. A. Bradford Co.llSS Market.
MELBOITRNE Instirote. Van Ness Market.
promises cure if in fair health; hours 1 to 5.
The following marriage licenses were Issued
yene.-iay: • •
Jan-.'cs .!. IH-iS. 24. 5."J) Third street, and
Winifred L. O'Brien. 24. SCI Katoma street.
Ott ccr P. Welch. 37. «>*fi Geary rtreet. and
Fennv SJIr*>w*ky. 5C. <5iS Montp< mery street.
inward I-e ivJd. 4O. r_7 Webster f=tr*et. and
Adf'lino N«*unian. 2r.. 4'H ! r rankl1n ptreet.
Joaief— E. Clar«e. 34. 420 I'ort Etreet. and
CsihPiire R. Lumxd'-n. '^2, 7^f Bush street.
ciir_tcphT Muliirs. 37. H7» Bunh *trer>t,
• nd Fl..rerce L. I_rtley. VS.. 1179 Hush etreet.
Es-nr-rt E. Byvtr. 2s, :itl1 R Twenty-fourth
srtr^et. and Mariiie K^ynolds. 22. 17 Guy street.
<;eor«:e K. Syufy. 25. oil IB Twenty-fourth
•tr«^t. and BcOe Kaffadee. 21. Ch/icaco.
.t^si' A. Ramon. 25. 015 Post rtrect. and
Tdi'a Berlin. 21. .VM Eddy street.
Walter .T. I^arim.>r, 2<".. 1872 1'r.lon street.
and Lena Halzberger, IK O Ppringdal* Ftrect.
Trank Ferrario. 2-'J. Mill Valley, and Caro-
lina Vartnelli. IS. 1» Varennes tiUfc^e.
Nelaon Key*. 2ti, 12OS Devipadcro strtet. and
Pmiline Tvichfrt. 10. 1-11 Fil'.more etreet.
.lnppph C. Thomiwor. 21. ITnlvnilty Club,
enl Enwlla Kalish*>r. 21. HOC Fulton street.
Omrpp M. Bordeaux. 2fl. city, and Deloris
R. HalTies. 26. VJupen*. <">re.
Birth, marriace and d^ath notices cent "by I
mail will not be inserted. They must be handed i
In at either of the publication offices and be j
indorsed wi:h the name ar.d residence of per- j
•on* authorize to hav- the e_me published. ;
Notices restricted simply to the announcement
cf the event are published ence in this column
free of chat— i.
CRANSTON— In blis city. April 26. l»O4, to
the wire of R. A. Cranston, a daughter.
BORCK— TONNIPSEN— In this city. April 24,
JS»04. ' tfc« Ucv. J. H. f-chrn«l«-. Peter C.
Bonk and Katarina B. I*. Tcnnlssen.
Fl/"»VD--DAf?MANN — In this city. April 20.
I'.HH. by the Rpv. Father I'unminss, George,
.'. Floyd and Blanche M. D_mann, both of
this < ity.
UiCKS— COMS1VK.-K— In this city. Arril 27.
1!WM by tbe Rev. Franl; K. Baker. Herbert
IL Hi>-!<* ?.:id Mabel _ Comstock, both of
San Franci.i'w.
_»;fkBVRIv— WOI.TER- In this city, April
S*». ISOi. by tho Ufv. Taul Brankr. Louis
M. L^febvre and Louice Woltrr of Oakland.
Aim'T. Max lAilretto, Jlrs. Mtrie
«Htlil*rt. Alexander M<-Alr*>r. Marsaret
l*e«ry. 1>I1 H. Met loskey. Patrick
lh«ilinc. J«jitrick H'Kcon. Kilen
K1fch»>i. Oliv« O'Mrten, Klla J.
«'ol- y. TtkomaS ilHlly. Bri'lcet
HaiW'H. .Tobn 1». Shavl, Ix>uis
Hurt ford, Thnmas Sievem. .lolin II G
llil)l>ert, Florence E. Blrorell, John
fa<iibfn, EMer StrWan. Alexander
Koblck*. llenrtctte Van Arman, Hiram j
Liunuza, Gabriel ;
AKMER— In thin city. April 27, 19OJ. Max. ¦
Ijek.ved h-jFliand of t>ora ArmT, and be-
Jox^ed father <if Jdh 1 :* L.. Uenjamin, An- 1
drew M.. Josephine, rjeiic. Sidney a:id ,
Eveiyn Arm<r sad Mrs. Morris Cehn of Lo* \
Angfles. Rnd liruihe-r of lR-rman Armor, a i
Jiative of Prussia. Germany, aged 75 yfars j
3 menthaj and 14 days.
(T_rFunTal and interment urivate. Pi^ase
oinit flower*.
CTTHBErtT — In KLntjUon, Jamaica. April 13.
VMM, Alexander (.'uthbert. belovod brother j
or Georn-e iiad Nathaniel Cuthbrt of this i
••ity. aged 51 y.ara.
DKWEV — In Oakland. Arril 27. 1004. Dell H.. ;
wife of J. A. Dcwey, a, native of Illinois,
ac«1 47 yearr. '
D<XJL.ING— In this city. April 2S. V.tnt, Patrick, j
l>»-lov*>d husband of Ellen lJ'Kjllne. father of j
Thon-jiF. .Inhn and Will Doollnr. and brother
of Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald, a native of County
Kerry, Ireland.
FISHER— In this city. April as, 1WH. Oliva
Hell.?, dearly l«Movt-d wife of Itoijaraln T. |
Fisher, and cra.ndiiaughter of V.'. A. Scott
of Seattle. W_sJ_- a native of Victoria, B.
C.. need 43 yearr. 4 motithn-and 2O days.
(GrKrttnds.and a<-o.uaintancc» are respect-
fully InvJf^l to attf-nd the funeral Saturday,
April .HO. «t 9 O'clock, from the funeral par-
lors of Porter & White, 423 Golden Gate
avenue, thence to St. Patrick's Or.»rh, o:i !
Mlfsion urert. for xcrviffs, commencing, at !
•_ais)*_tncs_ Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. |
PHLKY— In tl»« «*"»'• April 27. I8O4, Thomas
Fol««y. a native of Ireland, acod 57 years. A
metrlier of Harmony Alliance No. 15. St.
P. A. of A. and Court Live Oak No. «7,
ForeutT* of America.
CyFTiendf and acquaintances 1 are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral this day
«Fr;_y). at 8:45 o'clock, from the tarlora i
of McFudden. Mf Brrarty _ <Jr«>en. 1171 Mis- •
clon itrvt-u thence to Ft. Teresa's Cliurch.
wh<re a requiem mass will he celebrated for
the repose «>f his bouI at J»:30 o'clock. Inter-
incnt H<j1j - Crors OtnPtt-rj'.
' Harmony Alliance No. 15, st P a of
A.— The funcrel detail will attend the
fvintral of our late brother. Thomas Folev
this day < Friday), at 8:30 o'clock from the
parlors of McFadden. McBrearty & Groea
(Successors to Flannagan & Gallaxher k *
20 Klftb at., opposite Lincoln SchooL^
Telephone South 80.
Funeral Directors and __balmera-___.
Formerly In Metropolitan Temple.
NOW at ta>a MISSION. TeL South 167
Between Fourth and, Fifth, near Fifth ¦_
finest Equipments at Moderate Hatea.
t_rit*-tnalns at the funeral parlors of the
H. K. J!aa.-- Company. 817 MUsion street.
STEWART— In this city. April 2S. 1904, Alex-
ander KtewKrt. b^love'l eon of the late Mrs.
Mary Aj Coleman, and brother of thf late
Mrs. William Hucklns, Mm. Agnes Thor-
nagl? and Mrs. 1. J. Wright, a native of
tan Francisco, aged 42 yearw.
CJTFrif-nds and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend th» funeral services
to-morrow <Saturday). April 28. at I o'clock,
at h:a lato residence. 232 Third avenue,
letwt-n Clement and Houth California
streets. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery,
by carriage.
VAN ARMAN— In Oakland. April 28, 1904.
at K-'JO Fourteenth street, Hiram Miller Van
Arman. husband of Isabella Van Arman, a
native ol Ohio, used ."'i years 2 months and
20 days.
tSTFriends and acquaintance* are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Saturday), at 12:30 o'clock, from her late
residence. 20C4 Ninth, street, thence to St.
Joseph's, Church, where services will be held
at 1 o'clock. Interment Hob' Cross Ceme-
tery. • » .
SHAW_— In VUM city. April 27. l»04. at the
Pacific Hebrew Home. Louis, beloved hus-
band of Dora Shawl, and father of Mrs. R.
Wolf. Aaros Shawl. Mrs. L. Lobree, Mrs.
N. Peinhart and Mrs. T. Solomon, a natlvs
of GerT.any. aped 77 years.
C7"Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to atte.nd ' the funeral to-day
(Friday), at 10:15 o'clock, from the parlors
of Hal**ed _ Co.. DIG Mif>eion street. Inter-
ment Hills of Eternity Cemetery, by 11:30
o'clock train from Third and Townscnd
EIEVERS— In Alamcda. Aoril 28. 1904, John
Henry <;. SievMr-, b«lcv<d husband of Mrs.
C, M. Sievera. and father of Mre>. E. R.
Pattorson of Idaho Kalis, Idaho. Mrs. GeorKe
Crawl"}- and Mrs. J. T. Camr» of Alameda
and Mrs. «;eorre McKHIigun and John C.
Sltvers of Yamrwu Colo., a native of Ger-
many, aged (32 years S months and 20 days.
EIMRElAr— In this city. Arril 27. 1904. John
gtmrett, a Dative .cf Pennsylvania, aged 42
yetrs. A member ot Branrh No. 22. Glass
liot'.I? RlOT-ers' Aesoclatlon of the United
State's and Canada.
fCT'Fri'Mids and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day
• Frl.lay). at «:30 o'clock, from the residence
of her mother. 20»4 RlnKgold street, thence to
* Et. Joseph's Church, where a requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of
her eouj, commt-nelas at 9 o'clock. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery.
REILLTr-In this city, April 2S, 1904. Bridget.
l>e.!ov«»d vrlfe cf the late John L. Retlly. and
mother of Mn>. Joseph Loftu*. a native of
B lfast. Ireland, aired TO years.
C-J" Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-day
(Friday), at 9:30 o'clock, from her late resi-
dence, 1941 Fifteenth avenue South, be-
tween O and R streets South, South San
KrancSeoo. thence to All Hallows Church,
tvhere a requiem high mals will be ceJe-
brateil . for the reDose of her soul, com-
mencing at 10 o'clock. Interment Holy
Cross Cemetery.
O'BRIEN— In this city. April 27. 1904. Ella
J.. dearly beloved daughter of Ellen and the
late Patrick OBricn. and loving sister of
May and Georse O'Brien. Mrs. Thomas
•Sheehan. Mia. G. A. Shaver and the late
John. Thon.as and James O'Brien, a native
of County Tinperary. Ireland, aged 20 years
and 4 months.
fET'Kriends an4 acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral Saturday.
. April 30. at 12:30 o'clock, from the mortuary
chapel of J. S. Godeau, 305 Montgomery
avenue, thence to the French Church (Notre
Dame ; ues Victoires) for services at 1
o clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
McALKER— In this city, April 28. 1904. Mar-
raret 1C. beloved wife of the late Andrew
MOleer, a native of Scotland, aged 80 years.
fnrKriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Saturday!, at 1:30 o'clock, from her late
residence. 1850 Nineteenth avenue boulevard,
fouth ot th» Dark. Cremation Odd Fellows'
MpCLOSKEY"— In this city. April 27. 19O4,
Patrick, beloved brother of the late John
McCIosKey and Mrs. Mary Curtis of Sacra-
mento, a native of County Longford, Ire-
lard aged 70 years.
rrTRemains at the parlors of McAvoy &
Co.. 1239 Market «tre*t. near Ninth.
McKEON— In this city. April 27. 1904. Ellen,
beloved wife of the late William H. Mc-
Keon. beloved mother of William D^and the
late John J. and Thomas F. McKcon and
Mrs. William Smith, and grandmother of
Wallace D. Smith, a native of County Wex-
. ford. Ireland, aged 6S years. (Wisconsin
par*?rs pleace ccpy.)
G_"The funeral will take place to-morrow
(Saturday), at 2 o'clock, from the residence
of her father. 73 Pond street, between Six-
teenth and Seventeenth. Interment private.
Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
_LAN'UZA-.In this city. April . 28. 1904.
Gabriel Llanura, a native of Spain, aged 53
years -1 month and 9 days.
LUIRETTE— In this city. April 28, 1904, Mrs.
Marie Luirette. beloved mother* of Mrs.
Itmime. Mrs. Moynier and BaptlEte Lulrette.
and grandmother of Mrs. Boscus and
Kupenie Pomme. a native of 'France, aged
S4 years.
{—TThe funeral takea place to-morrow
f Saturday). Aoril 30, at 9:30 o'clock, from
the residence of Ms etster. Mrs. A. Clarke.
11 Donlta street, thenoe to St. Bridget's
Charch. .comer Broadway and Van Ness
a%-enue, where et 10 o'clock a solemn requiem
mass will be celebrated for the repose of
hl« soul. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
HIBEERT— In this .city, April 27. l»04. Flor-
ence E.. dearly beloved wire of Edward E.
M. Hibbert, and loving mother of Gavena
Hibbert, and daughter of Mrs. E. Hall and
the late Judce Gavin D. Hall, a native of
Ssan Francisco, axed 30 years.
B_Triends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow
(Saturday), at 8:30 o'clock, from her late
residence, 420 Noe rtreet. thence to Church
of the. Holy Redeemer, where a requiem high
mass will be celebrated for the repose of
her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Inter-
ment Holy Cross Cemetery, via electrio
funeral oar from Eighteenth and Guerrero
streets. .
JACOBSETN— In this city. April 8. 1904. Ester
Jarobscii. dearly beloved daughter of Niels
and Annie Jacobwn, a native of California,
aped h years and 9 days.
KOBICKE— In this city. April 2«, 1004, Hen-
rtette. beloved wife of C. H. Kobicke, and
daughter of Henry and the late Lena
Scbinltlt. a native of San Francisco, aged
28 years 3 months and 9 day*.
ICT^uneral Saturday, at 2 o'clock.
HARTFORD— In this city. April 28. 1904.
Thomas, youncreel aon of the late John and
Ann Hartford, a native of San Francisco,
aged 37 years and 8 months.
1171 Mission street, between Seventh and
Etjrhth. . J. J. O'BRIEN, Pres.
M. CALL. Secretary.
HANSON— la Vallejo. April 28, 190*. at his
residence. 418 -Capital street., John D.
Hanson, a native of Sweden. He leaves a
wlff and two daughters.
« 0:30 ». m., t_rou_h is 3 day»,
with diner and all trappings.
Other Santa Pe Trains:
0-Ioa' ml for Stockton « Fresno. Bakersfleld,
8:00 p.* m.J Merced, Hanford and Vlsalia. i
4:00 p. m. for Stockton.
S:00 p. m. for Kansas City, Grand Canyon and
O Chicago. 3 -*- r
TICKET OrriCES — 641 Market St. and
rerry Depot, S. P. Also Ilia Broad-
way, Oakland, Cal. 27 South Pint St.,
San Jo«e.» .
|^^^^3 CAZADERO, Etc.
; BS5299 mt9«Hsv . yia SansaUto Perry.
Suburban Service, Standard Gauge Electric—
Depart trom San Francisco Dally 7:00. 8-00*
9:00. 10:00. 11:00 a. m.. 12:20. 1:45, 3:15. 4:1?
5:15. «:15. 7:00. 8:*5. l»:20, 11:45 p. m.
—Dally. 5:25. tt:."»5, 7:40. 8:35.-9:35. 11:05a. m
12:20. 1:45. 5:05. 3:45, 4:45, 5:45. 6:45 8:45)
10:20 p. m. . - , ¦
CtSCO— Dally, 5:45, -6:55.' 7:52. 8:55. 9-55
1,1:20 a. m., 12:35. 3:00, 3:15, 4:05. 5:05. 6:05*
7:05. 9:00, 10:35 p. m.
1 8:00 a. m. daily — Cazadero and way stations
5:15 p. m. week days (Saturday excepted)—
Tomales and way stations.
:{:15 p. m. Saturdays — Cazad«ro and -way
stations. - !.
Sundays only— 10 a. m. Point Reyes ana
way stations.
TICKET OFFICE— 626 Market St.
FERRY — Union Depot, foo^ of Market «t. -
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