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rLACE OF WORTHIXGTOJf Said to Have Reen Selected as General Manneer ot Harrlman Line* on the Coast. OMAHA. May 21.— E. E. Bucklng ham, superintendent of the Oregon Short Line at Salt Lake City, went .through Omaha to-day to New York, where he will confer with E. H. Harri man. The rumor is in- circulation in Omaha, where Buckingham was for merly stationed as superintendent of the Union pacific transportation de partment, that he has been selected as the successor of B. A. Worthington, general manager of the Harriman lines on the Pacific Coast. It was not possible to obtain con firmation of this rumor from Bucking ham, but some of his old-time friend 3 in Omaha attach considerable signifi cance to his journey East at this time. — !—! — » \u2666 \u25a0 — PHILADELPHIA. May 21.— 1n view of the possible difficulty of the national Government in obtaining vessels to carry supplies and ma chinery to Panama to be used in the- building of the canal there, barge owners of this city will make an effort to get th» business. THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, MONDAY, WAY 22, 1903. 10 (Tuesday), at 0:15 a. m.. from the parlors of McFadden. Mcßrearty & Green. 1171 Mis- sion street, between Seventh and Elgntn, thence to St. Mary's Cathedral, where a re- quiem high mass will be celebrated for tne repose of his soul at 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. SIMMONS— In Silver City. New Mexico. May 16. 19C5, John P.. beloved son of John P. and -. Mary Simmons, and beloved brother of Ger- trude M. Simmons, a native of San Francis- co. aged 21 years 9 months and 5 days. IC7"Frlends and acquaintances are respect- fully Invited to attend the fcneril tr>-:l"!Y (Monday), at 8:30 a. m., from the parlors of the United Undertakers, 566 Mission street, between Fourth and Fifth, thence to Holy Cross Church, where a requiem high m&ss will be celebrated for the repose of his soul,, commencing. at 9:30 a. m. Interment . Holy Cross Cemetery. SULLIVAN— In this city. May 20, 19C5. Wil- liam "Imatlus,. beloved son of Michael H. and Julia Sulli-an and brother of Daniel J. and Frank C. Sullivan, a native of San Francisco, aged 37 years 4 months and IS days. ' tt^Frlends and acquaintances are respect- : fully Invited to attend the funeral t?»lay (Monday), May 22. 1905. at 0 o'clock a. m. from his late residence. 264 Ivy avenue, thence to St. Ignatius Church, where a re- . quiem high mase will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 0:30 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. WALLENROD— In this city. May 21. 1904. Mary A., beloved wife of the late George Wallenrod. and mother of George and Leon Wallenrod, a native of Germany, aged 5» years. / PLOTS' la Odd Fellows and Masonic Cemeteries can be \u25a0 exchanged for Plots in MT. OLIVET OEKETSXT For particulars apply at City Office. GRANT BLDQ.. MARKET * SEVENTH ST3. JiAIXWAY TKAVEIu icMICAGo'iN 3 DAYS! H I_E AYES OAJUf AT S'^O A. M. I*l P| WITH pi N&RS AMD 3 KEEPERS pi Other Santa Fe Trains t s-no n" m' I FoT Stockton. Fresno. Bakersfleld. »:30a!m.'J Merced, Hanford and Viyalla- . 7:30 a.m. I Direct connection for Tosernite 8:30 a. m. $ Valley and the Bis Trees. „ _. J For Oakdale ana Points on Sierra 0:30 a. m. j Railway. 4:00 p. m. For Stockton. ' 9:30 a. ra. 2 For- Kaunas City. Grand Canyon 8:00 p. m.J . and Chiearo. Ticket Offices — 65.1 Market st. and Ferry Depot San Francisco: also 1112 Broadway. Oak> land. Cal.; also 'J7 South First. San Jose. CALIFORNIA NORTBWESTERiN RY. CO. RA I lAVA V COMPANY. Tlbnron Ferry. Foot of Market Street. SAX FHAXCISCO TO V AN RAFAEU "WKEIC DATS— 7:3O. S:CO, 9:00. 11:00 a. m.; 12:35, 2:30. 4:00. 3:10. 5:60. 6:30 and 11:30 P. m. V Saturdays — Extra trip at 1 :3O p. m. SUNDAYS— 7:3O. 8:00. 0:CO. o:3f>. 11:00 a. m.: 1:30. 2:30. 3:10. 5:10. 6:30. 7:25. 11:30 p. m. SAX HAFAEI. TO SAX FRAXCISCO. WEEK DAYS— 6:Oft. 6:50. 7:35. 7:50. 8:20. 0:2». 11:13 a. m.; 12:30. t2:o«j. 3:40, 5:00. 5:20. 5:25, G:2O p. m.^ Saturdays — Extra trip at 1:45 p. m. l SUNDAYS — 6:iO. 7:35. S:2O. 9.20. 11:15 a. m.: 1:45. 3:40. 4:."0. S:CO. 0:20. 5:25, 6:20. 7:50. 7:5$ p. na. tKxcept Saturdays. I^ave I In Effect I Arrive San Fran. | May 1. 1005. | San Fran. Week J Sun- I Destina- I Sun- I Week Days. [ days. [ tion. | days. ( Days. 7:30 "a S.OOa S:4oa 8:40 a S:0Oa 9:SOa Ignacio. 10:20 a 10:20 a 2:SOp 2:30 p 6:00 p 6:20 p 5:10 t 5:10 p C:2O p 7:20 p 7:3Oa| 7:30 a! Napa. I 0:10 at 9:10 a 4:Cop| 5:10 p| | 6.20 p| 6:20 p ~7~:30a 7:~J>a 7:45 a 7:45 a S:0Oa S:0Oa Jfovato. 10:2O a 10:20 a 2:30 p 9:.Ttia Petaluma fi:2Op 6:20 p 5:10 p 2:30 p and 7:20 p 7:20 p 5:10 p Santa Rosa. 8:50 p 7:30 a 7:30 a 10:20 a 10:20 & 8:00 a 8:00 a • Fulton. 7:20 p 6:20 p 2:30 p 2:30 p S:SOp 7:20 p Windsor. 7:30 a 7:30 a Healdsbur?. 10:20 a 10:20 a Lytton. 2:30 p 2:30 p Gcyserville. 7:20 p 7:20 p Cloverdale. *^ 1-30 at 7:30 al Hopland 110:20 a|10:20 a 2:30 p| 2:30 PI and UTtlah. f 7-^0 p| 7:20 p I - I - Willlta. I I 7:30 a| 7:30 a| Sherwood. | 7:20 p| 7:20 p 8:00ar8:00a| GT>ernevaie and 110:20 a|10:2O a, 2:30 pi 2:3« pi Cmn;> Vacation. | 3:50 p| 8:2 Op 8:00al8:00a| ' " |8:4Oal 8:40 a 5:10 i 0:30 ai Sonoma, j 6:00 pi 6:20 p S:lopt Glea Ellen. |B:ftopi ' . 7:'W>a 7:30 a 10:20 a 10:20 a 2:30 p 2:30 p SebastopoL 7:20 p 6:20 p 5:10 p 5:10 p '• STAGES connect at Santa Rosa for White Sulphur Springs and Mark West Springs; at Fulton for Burke'a Sanitarium; at Lytton for Lyttou Springs ; at Geyservllle for Skagga Springs: at Cloverdale for the Geysers. Booae- ville and Greenwood; at Hopland for Duncan Springs. Highland Springs. Kelseyvllle. Carls- bad Springs. Soda I Bay. Lakeport and Bartlett Springs: at Uklah' for Vichy Sprlngs.Saratoga Springs. Bhie Lakes. Laurel Dell Lake. Witter Springs, Upper. Lake. Porno. Potter. Valley. John Day's. Li*rley"s, Hullvllle. Orr"s Hot Springs, Halfway House. Comptche, Hopkins. Mendodno City, Fort Bragg. Westport. Usal; at Willits for Hearst and Sawyer; at Sherwood for Westport, Cahto. Covelo. Laytcnville, Cnm- mlns. BeU'a Springs, ' Harris. Olsens, Dyer. Garberville. . Pepperwood. Camp's. Scotia and Eureka. . Saturday to. Monday round trip tickets at re. duced rates. On Sundays — Round-trip tickets to all points beyond San Rafael at - half rates. Ticket office. 650 Market street. Chronicle building. JAS. L. FRAZIER. i R. X. RYAN. Gen. Manager. - Gen. Pass Ajft. , AMHUHI To SAN RAFAEL, j^^^^^l ROSS VALLEY, [g^j^^^r^ji MILL VALLEY, !^^^^pj CAZADERO, Etc. t£K!&W^*J*?p** via Sauialito Ferry SUBURBAN SERVICE. STANDARD GAUGE. Depart week days at 7:00. 7:45. 8:25, a-lO' 9 :M, 11:00 a. m.; 12:21V1:43, 3:15. 4:33. 5:15. 5:50. 0:30, 7:15. 9:00. 10:13 and 11:35 p. m. ' Depart Sundays and holidays at 7:15. 7-45. S:l5. b:45, 9:15. 0:45. 10:15. 10:43. 11:15. 11:45 a.m.: 12:15. 12:45, 1 :15. 1:45. 2:15. 2:45. 3:15. 3:45. 4:15. 4:45. 5:15. 3:45. 8:15, «:45,.7:15 (7:45. 8:15 for Sausallto only). 9:00. 10:15, 11:35 p. m. • For Fairfax, week days — 7:45 a. m.. 3:15 p. m. . 5:15 p. m. Sundays and holidays— 7:45. 8:45. 9:15. 10:15. 11:45 a. m.. 1:15 p. m. THROUGH TRAINS. 7:43 a. m. dally — Cazadero and way stations • \u25a0 0:15 a. ra- --Sundays and Holidays — Point Reyes, etc. .' '•\u25a0 3:13 p. m. dally (except Sunday) — For Caza- dero. : etc." •\u25ba. - \u25a0-5:15 p. m., daily fexcept Sunday) — For Point Reyt-!*. etc. - - 8:15 p. m. Sundaysand Holidays for Caza- dero. etc. \u25a0 -' \u25a0 . * TICKF7T OFFICE— 6SO Market »t. FEJUtY— Union Dipot.' foot of Market at. AUCTION SALES fe fe> ISO=HORS£SHSO •We will sell 130 head of broken and unbroken Mares and Geldings consigned by J. C. «ul'- lngwood of Utah. These horses welsh ft^SOO to 13C0 and are superior to most range Iwrses brought to this market. Every horse offered will be sold regardless of the price it brings- Sale take 3 place THURSDAY- -MAY -25, 1905 At 11 CClock A. M.. At J. B. HORAN'S SALESYARD, Corner TENTH AND BRYANT STS.. S. P. HORD & SMITH. Auctioneers. 741 Mission st. <^v fe> ft* 200-HORSES-200 "We will sell 200 head broken aad unbroken horses. These horses welsh from 830 to 1500 and are a very fine lot of horses. These horses must be sold. Come and set them. ial3 Takes Place FRIDAY. May $6, (935 At 11 o'clock a. m.. at WESTERN HORSE MARKET 220 VALENCIA ST. E. STEWART & CO. *> DOS?"T forget the bis sale of 3O head y»^ of good, cheap work and drrrtnff horses. One fast road horse, 1 pony and trap: also a lot of wagons, buggies, surrey* and harness. TUESDAY, May 23. 11 a. m. 1140 FOLSOM STREET. WM. CLOUGH. Auctloaeer. « AUCTION SALE. WEDNESDAY. May V"» 21. at 11 a. m.. ARCADE HORSE MARKET. 327 SIXTH STREET. I will tell 25 good horses and mares, 3 wagons,' harness. bug?ry and harness for the same. JOHN J. DOYLE. Auctioneer. RAILWAY TRAYEIi. Trains le»ve and *re> *\u25a0• to arrive at /«>/4§S?W SAN FRANCISCO. Wvd^ I r FIW3I Mat * 19CB * (Toot ot Marte t Street.) L*AY«- MAIN LINE. — AMirra 7 00a k'.mlTa, V»cs vine, Winters. Kumtey 7-SOp 7Coa ßlchraond, Bcqlclk, Sacramento, ScUnnand Way Station* 7ZUP 7.30 a Ysllejo. N»pa, Csllstogs, Saat» i:««im Martinez. San lUmoa 6-20p 7^oaNl!cs, Pleasantoc. Livermare.. Tracy, Lathrop, 5t0ckt0n........ 723* B.ooASfca*ta Expre»ti — (Via D»tI«). Williams. Willows. tFrnto, Bed Bluff. Portlaad. Tacoma, SeaXUe. 7-50p \u25a0 8-OCA Di»tls, Woodland. Kc»«Jlt» L»udin g, I MarysTllle, Ororille 7-50P 830AM.'.rtl»«z. Antioch, Byron. Tracy, Storfcten, Xeirman, Les Babos, Mendota. Armoaa, Utsford, , Ajn m Vl«allx Portenrill* < A&C* B^OAPort Co»tx Lalhrop, Merced, Mo- ' *- otl " (lea to. naymond, Fresno, Oiwbes . Joactton. Uan ford, ViialU, Eak«r»ffe!d 4 Bo^ ' 3 30a Niles, San Jose, LlTermors, Stack- ton (tMllton), Valley Bprlnjr, f lone. Sacramento, Placerrille, " V Culfux. MarjSTtile. Red B!u3 .... 4-20p 3.3oa Onkdnle, Olneie, Jamestown, Sonnra. Tuoluinne and Angels... 4.2Ct» 9- r OA Atlnntlc Express— Ogden and Kx*t. 4-20P 9.30 a Rlchroond, Port Co»t». Martinez and Way StaUons (iCoaccrd) 6.50 i» 10 30a Vallejo 7.50» 1033aL0» Angele* Passenger — Port Costa, Martinez." Byron. Tracy, Lathrop, Stockton, Merced, - . Rajtosud. Fre«no, Goshen Junc- tion. H-imford. Lemoore. Vlsaila, Bake *fleld. Lo» Acrele*. 7-20» 1030 a El Paso. Kinsas eitj. St. Loila aad Cklcaxo 7.20P 11.00ATh« Oferlaid Limited — Ogden. Omaha, Chicago, DenTcr, Kansas cny «...;.: 5.60^ 11 .30a Mien, San Jove and Way Station*. 250p ti .oop Sacramento Hirer SteaTrers ttVCOp 3 .3op ßraids. Winters. Sacramento, ; Wuodland. Kntghts Landing. MarysTUle and OroTina 1050 a . 3-30p Hay-ward, Nfle«. and Wi»y StaUoaa 7.5CP 4-CCpVtilleJo, Martinez. Ban Ramon, Xapa. Caliitoga. Santa Bom 9.20 a 4.oCpXi)e«. Tracy. Stoekton. Lodi. 10 20a - 4.3opH«vw»rd. Nile*. Irrmston. San) t3.50A ' Jo*e. Lirermore :.......) tti 50* 5-OOPThe Owl LimitiM— Newman. Lcs . Banos, Mendota, Fresao. Tolare, -.-.".„ . BaJcer»fleld. lx>a Angeles 850 a C.COpGolden Sutn Limited— Xl Paso, Eansa* Ctty, St Loui* and Chicago 8.50 a \u26665 30p Vsllejo, Crockett. Port Coau. Mar- tinez 11.20 a ta-S^pllarward, Ntlcsand SidJom 7.20 a 6-OQp lUyward. Nile* and San J0ae ...... 950 a S-OOpKattern Xi press— Omaha. Chicago. Denver. Kansas City. St. Loata, Martinez. Stockton. Sacramento, Coif ax, Reno, Sparks. Montr Ho. Oitden 12.50 :7.oopntcl»niond, Vallejo. Port Coata, Martinez and Way Station* 11.20* 7.oopF>eno l*a»ea:er — Port Costa. Ba- nlcia. Snt*un. Elmirv D!xon. v"^" *. DaTii.Stcratnento, Sparka, Tono- p»h. GolJflild indKetler 7-20 a 8-05PPort Cosu. Martinez. By roa. Tracy. Modesto. Merced, Fresno 12.20p S.PoPYosemlte and M-irlpora Big Trees -- (Ti» Baymond-Wawona Rente).. 8 50a B.osPOr:zoT> dbCallforala Express— Sac- . ramento, Marys vllle. , Redding, Pertlasd. Pnget Souad and Kant. 8.60 a B.lop Hiy*»ra. Nils* and San Jose (Saa- day only) _ 11-SOa COAST LI NE^ farm^ «*»„). (Foot »t Mmrket Street.) - 7.4sa Santa Cruz Kxcorsion (Sunday " only) 9-18* B.lsANewark. C?at*rvllle. Baa Jose, Felton. Boulder Creek. Sant* Crox and Way Stations 6 55» t2-15P^«"»arS. Ceaierrllle, San Jam, New AJm&d^n, Lo» r.»to>. Felton, Boulder Creek. Santa Crnj and Prtadpal Way Station* tia.SSA 4.lsP Newark. Saa Joae. Los Gate \ HS"!? A COAST LINE <Bre*- Um^cj. i^~(Thlrd an<i Townsend Streeta.) 6.10 a Saa Jose and Way 5tati0n*. ........ 8-30W t7.OOASaa Jose aad Way 5tati0n5......... 8.40*> 7.1 5a Monterey, Santa Cruz Kxcnrttoa (Sunday only) 10.10* • 00 A New Almaden (Taps., Frt^ only).. 4-13» , S.OOa Tbe Coaster— San Jose. 3 allna a, San Ardo, Paa« Cobles. Santa Margarita. San Lv!» Obl*po. Gsadalnpe. GiTlot*. 3»»t» Bar- bars. San BaenaTenttm, Oxnari, Bnrbank-Loa Angcle* ......„.„ IB Tffr S-OOAOUroy. UolUstar. CaatroTlUe. Del * .";!\u25a0'\u25a0\u25a0 Mente. Pmclflc Gr«ft, Sart; . Lompoc. 1030p S^WASan Joae. Trcs Pl aos. WaUonTllle. tm^"^ Capttolit. Santa Cruz, Paelfla ,' Grove. Salinas. San Lnis Obtap* and Principal Way Sutioaa 4.in> 10-ZDASaa Jose and Way 5tati0n5......... 1.20p 11.30 a S»a Jose and Way 5tati0n5......... 7JOt» 2.lspSan Jose aad Wny Stations 83& A 3. Mp Del Monte Express— Sanu Clara, San Jose, .W*t»onrtlle, Saata Craz. Del Monte, Monterey * PaelfleGroTe 12.1S»» . t3.OtJ»Lo« Gatos. Wright BonWer Creek. Santa Crnz. t1» Santa Clara and Narrow Gaoge..... fiQ.4Sj» 3-30P Valencia St., South Saa Francisco, Burllnx&me. Ssn Jose. Gllroy, Hollistsr. Tres Ptooe 10 45a 4-30p San Jooe and Way Statloas , fT'eeV IS OOP Santa CJara. San Jose. Los Gatoa, "•"*"* and Principal Way- Stations tS-OCa 15-30p San Jose and Principal Way Station* 13 4Qa 5-45p Sunset Eiipreae— Redwood. San Jo»c, Gilroy, Salinas. Paso Robles. San Luis Obispo, Santa. Barbara, Los Angeles, Demlng, \u25a0 \u25a0 El Pmo, New Orleaaa ....:.- a in. 5.45PE1 Paso, Kansas City, St. Laols, ** . Chicsg* IQ.Sflp 545PP8J.V0, WatsonTille, Capltola. • Sanu Craz. CsatroTllle, Dell no. to Mojte. Pacific GroTe ....f tIO.JQp 16.15** San Mateo, Beresfor*, - Belmont. . San Car!o«. Redirood. Fair Oaks, MenloParS. Palo Alto tfl.4BA 6>33pSaa Jose and Way Sr*tion»..... „. 6.38 a B.CCPPaio Alto and Way Suttons. lo.ISa 1 1 .3Cp Sonth San Francises. MQlbrae, Bor- Ifcfin?, San Mateo, Belmont, ' Snn Carlo*. Cedwood, Fair Oaks, \u25a0 Mtnlo Park and I*»k> Aito rSUSs \u25a0lUOpMaytield. Mountain Vlewv»,3aany li^* a^ v»:r, Lawrence, Santa Clara and SHnJoae t9 43» oaklAno harsor ferry — T (Foot of Marite'. SL) *-""» t 7.15 a.m. 9,00 a.m. 11.00 a.m. 1.00 p.m. 3.03 p.m. 8.15 p.m. A for Mornlag. P for AftemooiL "™ tSanday escepted. tSundsy only. aSntaniay only. iMonday only. CStops at all stations oo Snodayv \u25a0r ; - . IV3T.TAMALPAts Railway iT.Siarnaasoo ( A f£sii a^ Ar. Sin fnnsbea -o-n" I : *- A 11:32 a «10:45 a 9:jOa 8:1ja *r*^z^^j?y l:o^J? 2:53p 1:45p 10:13 a imirmSs&ty 2:C2? 6:23? Satorl»7 12:45p *vrjr 5:O2» ISaodar* (hlj 2:15p v 6:33p Oaly 4:33r 3:4Sp «TU6jtnr/ 8;32p lt:3sp JEESE \ «»M*MOW St.,( North Short Railroad) CJfiaa ) and aAt-sALrro Fkkrv. Foot Market St. THE WEEKLY CALL -Si per Year. * ROOMS TO LET— Furn. and U>fnro. POST. ' 207— Nicely furnished snite of rooms, with bath; also single rooms. : . . \u25a0" POWELL, 1220, cor. Pacific— Nice sunny front : room; also housekeeping ; rooms.:. ' / . RIO VISTA : Hotel. 253 Third near Howard— New house, with all modern conveniences; rooms en suite and 'single; rates by day 50c and up; by week $2 and up. \u25a0 ROYAL House. 126 EJlis— lncandescent lights: reading-room. 6moking;room and ladies' par- lor, rooms per night. 35e to $1 50; week, $2 to ?8; month, $8 to $30; elevator on ground floor; rooms with hot and cold water; baths. SHOTWELL. ; 932— Sunny bay window room; suitable for 1 or 2 gentlemen; bath. - TAYLOR, 511— Large sunny room, $14; single, $5. Single rooms at 836 Sntter St.. $9, up. THE WALTON 452 Ellis, abore Jones — Cars pass door to all parts of city; brick build- ing: slngla rooms, suites; all modern con- veniences; $3 to $10 per week; special rates by month. ; ' -\u25a0 ' .TWENTY-SIXTH. 3377. near Mission (Af- delene) — Best sunny furnished rooms in city for price: $1 week. : UNITED STATES, 123 Eddy. nr. Market — 400 rooms. 35c to $1 night, $1 75 to $6 week; elec- tric lights (no gas), running water in every room; olevator. read.-room; free bus. baggage. WINCHESTER Hotel, 44 3d sC nr. Market— Most convenient and respectable; 700 rooms; Ssc to $1 50 nightly; $2 to $8 week; elevator; elec. lights; reading-room ;free bus, baggage. WOLF HOUSE. Sixth and Howard sU.— Best known transient house in city; clean, neat; charges reasonable; central location , com- mends it to traveling public; cafe attached: cars pass door. G. H. yon der Mehden. prop. ADVERTISEMENTS, subscriptions received at • Cal! branch office.cor.Duncan and Church sts. A BRANCH office of The Call for the reception of advertisements and subscriptions has been opened at 100S Market st., opposite Fifth. Open until 11 p. 'wi... - : ROOMS AND BOARD. CALIFORNIA, 1320— Nice home for 2 or 4; sunny front rooms; running water, home cooking; reasonable. \u25a0, ; SACRAMENTO, 3044— Sunny room with good board for 1 or 2 gentlemen; one, $25; two, $45; private family. . • ' HAIGHT. 22S — Room and board in private family; resi^ectable and desirable; $22 00 a morth. \u25a0 - - . ... EDDY. 1128. opp. Jefferson Park — Sunny rooms : overlooking park; location best; finest table board, reas. rates; phone Jackson 156. JONES. 428, flat Cr-Neatly furnished room*, en suite or single, with baths, electric lights, phone. -excellent board; new flat; private BUSH, 1673 — Newly burnished sunny rooms, i •with or without board; prices reasonable. ROOM and board. 175 California aye. ELLIS, 453 — Best of French table board, with fine furnished room. MME. LEUCE. GOLDEN GATE aye., 1031 — Furn. front rms.; bath: gcod board; $22; two, $36 month. McALLISTER. 502 — Rooms and board, $5 and $6 per week. McALLISTER. 1351— Nice room and board In refined private family. - FIRST-CLASS home cooking, day board. 904 O'Farrell. > . ' Old Stevenscn Mansion, 807 California st. ; new carpc'.s and interior; exceptional table; mod. FURNISHED rooms with board. 1206 O'Far- rell st. PACIFIC aye.. 1716 — Large sunny parlors, run- ning water; other rooms: with board. POLK, 609 — Eleganf "sunny room, home cook- Ing; large private grounds. SUTTER. 1728 — Rooms and board. • ' TURK. 776 — Newly furnished rooms: every room sunny;. board: 2 meals; $25 up. TURK. 822— Rooms and board; home cook- ing. . \u25a0 . VAN NESS aye.. 850— Front roSm; suitable for 2 cents: excellent board; use parlor, piano. '. ROOMS WAITED. YOUNG couple would like 2 or 4 rooms un- furnished, with bath; best references. Box 4922. Call office. , \u25a0 WANTED — Four unfurnished rooma or flat by June 1; rent reasonable, Box 5086, Call. SPECIAL NOTICES. PORTLAND FAIR— We have 320 feet In Man- ufacturers' Liberal Arts and Varied Indus- . tries buildlnc; will exhibit and demonstrate; what have you? WESTERN MFRS.'. AGEN- CY. 916 Market St. . •-\u25a0 \u25a0 ' SEWING MACHINES AND SUPPLIES. 3 MACHINES in one; the New White makes lock, chain and hem stitch; has renaissance furniture; the finest and beat sewing machine ever manufactured. . : See it at the White Company's new office. .915 Market st. DOMESTIC — The machine for family use: best is cheapest; second-hand all -makes at any price;- all kinds rented lowest rates. Domes- tic office. 1021 Market St., near Sixth. ALL kinds second-hand, $3, $5. $8; slightly u»d, #10. $Xi and $20. You know where the dolls swing In the window. 1051 Market st. ALL kinds bougrTt, sold, and repairing guaran- teed. CHAS. PLAMBECK. 1915 Mission st. ALL kinds sewing machines rented, repaired half piice. 2241 Mission »t, near E Khteenth. STORAGE AND WAREHOUSES. -, A — EMPORIUM Storage & Van Co. ; furniture, household goods stored, moved, shipped. 725- 731. Howard St., nr. Third; phone Grant 161. CONKLN'S storage; furniture and merchan- dise; Golden Gate & Larkin; phone East 120. PACIFIC Storage and Furniture Moving Com- pany, 2320 Flllmore st. ; phone Jackson: 281. PIERCE-RODOLPH— Storage and Moving Co. Main office, Eddy and Flllmore; tel'. West S2B. BEKINS Van and Storage Co.. 11 Montgomery Bt. ; . tel. Main 1340. Shipping at cut rates. TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES. AN exceptionally good No. 2 Remington, No. 7 Smith Premier. $25; other typewriters at higher and lower prices; rentals $2 50. The Typewriter Exchange. 536 California st. ' 3 $S0 BUYS a ikw No. 6 Remington typewriter, with two-color ribbon attachment. PAYOT, CTHAM & CO.; 100 Battery st. 2D-HAND typewriters sold, rented, repaired. Webster Typewriting Inspec. Co.. 508 Market. PROPOSALS.. PROPOSALS— Bids Wanted— Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Directors of the Veterans' Homo of California \u25a0 - at ita . of flee, ' room . 13. 320 Sansome st, San Francisco, California, up to 11 o'clock a. m.. Saturday, June 3, ' 1905, and opened Immediately thereafter in the . presence of bidders, for furnishing and delivering quartermaster '-. and commissary . supplies, eta, for the Veterans', Home, Napa County. California (railroad station Yount- ville,' f. o. b.), lor • one year, commencing July 1, 1905. and ending June 30, 1906. Schedules with | Information and instructions for submitting bids • will be i furnished upon 'application by the undersigned. . Bidders will carefully follow the conditions :of the schedules, and no' bid ; will be considered unless it is in accordance with such sched- ules. Bids must *be made on : samples sub- i mined whenever | called - for. In ' the . schedule. Each bidder must accompany bis • bid with a certified check upon some well known and responsible banking house for at least \u25a010 per ctnt of the amount of hi* I bid, > payable to ;C. Mason Klnnne, i; Treasurer, : conditioned j that the bidder will 'enter Into a good and . valid contract upon notice of acceptance, as required . by ' law. The - board - reserves the right to reject : any or all bids and to order any quantity over or under the amount specl- - fled. Preference will be given to goods man- ufactured \u25a0or produced ?in this State, ' price, fitness and quality being equal, i under >\u25a0 the provisions of section 3247 of the- Political V Code. . . - Address John .F. Sheehan, Secretary *of the Board of Directors of the Veterans' .-Homo of California,. Room 13 -320 Sansome street, San . Francisco, California.' By or- der of the Board of Directors. JOHN ,F. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0• SHEEHAN. Secretary. :'-\u25a0 ;\u25a0 -;\u25a0 -."•.".\u25a0"-'\u25a0\u25a0 :;.. . PROPOSALS for : bituminous coal.— Office Isthmian Canal Commission. Washington, D." C. May 22. 1905. — Sealed proposals, in, trip- licate, will , be - received at the j office of- the Purchasing Agent, Isthmian : Canal Commis- sion, i Washington. D. : C, ;> until 10:30 a. m.v June 20. 1906. ?at which time ; they \u25a0; will ±be , ' opened In public, • for ; furnishing 50,000 tons „ of bituminous; coal, "required • for. use on the . Isthmus of : Panama. - . Blanks and full ' inf or- < ' j mation may be obtained ' from - this office, " or \u25a0 offices of Asst. -• Purchasing \u25a0 Agent, , 24 >: State • Bt. : New-York City, ;'; or 'Asst; 3 Purchasing. \u25a0 Agent, at Custom ' House. r New; Orleans. La., , and blanks may:be had'at Chamber, of , Com- i \u25a0 merce, San Francisco,- Cal.V - and , Commercial Club.. Mobile. > Ala.- .-H. , J. 1 - GALLAGHER, * Major, < 17. S. Army; Purchasing Agent. : - -.- OFFICE ; of .. C. Q. \. M.; ; Vancouver C Barracks. > , Wash., May; 16, 1905— Sealed - proposals. 'in \u25a0 \u25a0 triplicate.' • will be .^ received *here -until^ll. " o'clock a. . ro., y June \u25a05, •\u25a0 1905. : - for furnishing- mineral: oil -fop the Department of Columbia: information furnished on appHcation.* r .Unit*d * ';-. Staus • reserves ; the • right - to . reject or "; accept \u25a0:. any -or :• all > proposals .; or i? any c part ' thereof; ] - envelopes - containing . " proposals ? should • be ' marked i"ProposaJs • for 1 Oil," a.l- dressed to F. G. HODCi.^>,~C. Q. M., Van- courer Barracks," , Wash. : '^ ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPIJy—Con^ MISSION, 2512—2 rooms furnished complete for housekeeping; coal and gaa stove; use of bath. . ,- -\u25a0'. ' - • \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0;:\u25a0 \u25a0;-. . -.- \u25a0 NINETEENTH, 3439, bet. Mission and Va- \u25a0 lencia — Nicely furnished h6usekeeping rooms; gas; bath; phone. • \u25a0 . - <- OCTAVIA. 20— Four furnished housekeeping rooms; use of bath and laundry; $23 50; ref- . erences. '. • ' \u25a0:-•-' OCTAVIA. 1232— Parlor suite for housekeep- ing: upper flat: modern. - • \u25a0 . OAK. 117, or 14 Page — Complete hskpg.: gas range free, hot- bath. . laundry. $1 25-S3 50 wk OFARRELL. 1027— Nicely furnished rooms; bath; phone; all conveniences. , O'FARRELL, 832— Nice; sunny suites for house. "keeping; gas range; bath; phone. • PAGE. 1809— Two or three, en suite, very de- slrable; very reasonable; new; modern. PEARL, 3, cor. Market— 2 or 3 furnished housekeeping rooms; no children; phone. . POLK, 612 — $15; sunny suite; 2 beds: kitchen; gas stove; bath; phone. Call mornings. RAUSCH. 85. near - Folsom— Two or three rooms I ,' complete for housekeeping; one sin- gle front room, $5. J - \u25a0 SIXTEENTH. 3428A — Two or four furnished housekeeping rooms: everything complete; for summer: no children. \u25a0 • SHOTWELL, near Seventeenth— 2 neatly fur- nished rooms for housekeeping: rent $12; no children; and also 1 single room; private house; handy to car line. SUTTER, 1111—3 nicely furnished housekeep- ing rooms; eunny;. price $25; also nice rooms en suite. SUTTER! 1115 — Lower floor, 3 rooms, $22, with yard: 2 rooms, $17: one, $7. \u25a0 - SHOTWELL. 622 — 2 large sunny front rooms for housekeeping. \ "' 17TH. 4034— Parties having 8-room house would rent 2 or 3 unfurn. t rms.: reasonable. SACRAMENTO. 3010— Elegantly furnished P3rlor suite and kitchen; gas range and prate; reasonable. . -| . TWENTY-FIRST. 2724 — 2 furnished rooms for housekeeping or for single rooms. TWENTY-FOURTH. 3305. near Mission— Two front rooms, housekeeping; running water; $14. including gas. \u25a0 TAYLOR. I)ll— Sunny furnished housekeeping rooms: folding bed; gaa range; $7 and $8. TURK. 1159— Front parlor with use of piano; new house; price $13. WALLER, 71 — Newly furnished suite rooms in n?w house;. sun all day; grand view; $18. VALLEJO, 1239 — 3 nice unfurnished rooms; modern: reas.; one car Una; nb other nners. WEBSTER. 1351. near O'Farrell— Three un- furnlshcd sunny housekeeping rooms. . WASHINGTON, 1025 Vj— Nicely furnished front suite; kitchen adjoining. ' WILLOW aye.. 8, off Larkin, near Eddy— 2 rooms, furnished complete for general house- keeping; fl3; no children. APARTMENT HOUSES. A— A£Ns"wORT'H""A^ARTMENfii COR. POST AND POLK. HANDSOMELY FURN. AND UNFURN. tUX.VY COR. APTS.; PRIVATE BATHS: NEW AND MODERN: PHONE EX. 718. ANSONIA APARTMENTS. 40S STOCKTON ST.. NEAR SUTTER. SELECT DOWNTOWN APTS.. 2-3-4 ROOMS: FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED; LIGHT AND SUNNY; PRIVATE BATHS; MODERNr REFERENCES. PHONE EX. 422. AINSLEY APARTMENTS. C2O TUUK ST.. NEAR VAN NESS AYE. CHOICE 3-5 RM. SUNNY APTS.; PRIVATE HALLS AND BATHS; FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED; FURNISHINGS AND SER- VICE UNEXCELLED. PHONE EX. 717. ~~ VAN NUTS APARTMENTS, i 1001 BUSH ST.. COR. JONES. 5- room sunny apartments: nicely furnished: S2S to $40: few single and suites rented by the Areek; 5 minutes' walk to business: noth- ing like them fnr the price. . MELROSE. 1333 Bush— 2. 3 ajid 4 rooms, ele- eantly furnished or unfurnished;; sunny, steam heated, electric lights, hot water: large kitchen: new house. IROQUOIS, 524 Ellis— Come and see what we have in furnished housekeeping apartments. THE Roswell. 1360 Pine — Four and two room apartments for housekeeping; reasonable. KENILWORTH. 6!>B Bush— Elegant sunny apartments; all modern conv. :cent. loc., reas. THE Dufferin, 749 Ellis — Handsomely fur- nished bathroom suites, single and hskpK. THE 'Frederick, 901 Stanyan — 1 to' 5 rooms,- j overlooking Golden Gate Park; tel. Page 6165. - * APARTMENTS. O'FARRELL. 793— Beautifully fur.i. modern 4-room apt.; bath: electricity; single r.. $S. ROOMS TO LET— Fnrn. and Unfurn. AT ST. KATHRYN. CORNER ELLIS AND LEAVEN WORTH STS. THKEE HUNDRED ROOMS. MODERN AND UP TO DATE LIGHT. SUNNY, AIRY, HAIR • MAT- TRESSES. FREE BATHS. HOTEL AC- COMMODATIONS. SINGLS ROOMS WITH BATHROOMS FROM TWO DOLLARS TO EIGHT DOLLARS PER WEEK. ATKINS, cor. Third st. and Park lane — New brick build Wig; all sunny rooms; hot and | cold water: electric lights; only first-class house in locality: rooms $1 50 week and up. \u25a0 A—BRUNSWICK House. 148 Sixth st.— Rooms 2i>c to fl per night, (1 25 to $5 per weelcand light housekeeping rooms; open all night, fi >£ A— THE FREMONT. . New management; eunny rooms; single or en suite. . 18U4 Market; phone Mint 3431. AT "The Almonte," 873 Market st. (or No. I Fifth Bt.)— Rooms. 25c to 50c. $1. $1 50 night: $1 50 to $10 week: house open all night. A — SAHLEIN .(The), cor. Bush and Polk; now open: new building; rooms; prlv. baths; reas. BELMOND House, over Owl drug store: 2 en- trances, 1126 Market and 21 Turk— Electric lights, running water in every room; | 200 rooms; 25c to sOc per night; $1 25 to $3 week. BRANNAN. 711. near Sixth — Large sunny new furnished room to suit for 2 gentlemen In German family; rent $12. BUSH, 744, or 2 Bush • terrace, near Powell — Nicely furnished room; $6 month. EDDY, 3 — Nicely furnished rooms; most con- venient location; reasonable. " ELEVENTH. 146 — Furnished rooms. FIFTH. 107 — Pleasant, sunny, unfurnished rooms to let. FTLLMORE, 2212 — Furnished- room to let. GALT House. 1206 Market — Fine transient rms. office or hpg. rms.; reas.; best loc. Mr. and Mrs. R.T.Thwalte.props. (form, i of San -Jose). . GEARY, 936, near Larkin— Large sunny room for gentleman; bath and wash room, clothes closet; good location;* easy walking distance from the business center. . GOLDEN GATE aye., 521— Furnished rooms; reasonable. '• • . : GOLDEN GATE aye., 519 — Furnished rooms, with bath and phone, from $10 up. \ . GOLDEN GATE aye., 1002B — Large, well fur- nished bedroom, suitable for 2: $10. - v- GRAND SOUTHERN. Seventh ' and Mission — \u25a0 . 100 rooms. 35c to $1 50 night: $1 50 to $7 wk. GRANT aye.. 7 — Office and rooms, newly fur- nished or unfurnished. $10. to-$5O. ' HOTEL HAMILTON. 125 Ellis St.. class "A"; 6tecl building; new, modern; long-distance telephone and steam heat In every room; rooms without ' bath, $1: per day; with bath, $1 50 to $3. Reduced rates by the week or month. , ; ' . ; - - :. . HOWARD,* 715 — Rooms, 25c to $1 per day: »1 SO to $3 per week. > ' HOWARD. 829— ROOMS. : ROOMS: CLEAN CLEAJJ; TRANSIENT: REASONABLE. HYDE, SIS-AA nice sonny , front room; light \u25a0 and pleasant; reasonable. ; \u25a0-\u25a0 . , \- MAKKET. 1049 (The Falmouth)— Sunny rms., $2: suites, $4-$5 week; bath.- elevator; hskpg. \ MASON,- 225— Nicely furnished sunny bay-win- dow rms.; suit.' 2 ladles, gentleman; $2 50 up. METROPOLITAN Hotel, : 129 «. Third . St.— 4oo ; tingle and family rooms,' 35c to $1 50 per day; $2 to $S < week; the - only new and modern hotel : and -: rooming-house in San Francisco that . has office on ground floor; hot and \u25a0 cold water, electric lights, call. bells, steam heat in every room and gives free. baths and ele- vator day and night to its guests. -'. '. MINNA. 108— Desirable .room for two . ladles. MINNA. 37 — Nice* furnished rooms from $1 per week and' up. --.--• -t \u25a0\u25a0-..- . -. .. - .. , _\u0084 . \u25a0>. . ;. --.." NEPTUNE i (THE), 033 POST— JUST - OPEN- ED; ELEGANTLY FURN.' SUITES OR SIN- GLE ROOMS : MOD. ; PRIV. SALT WATER . BATHS. PHONE PRIV. EX.. EAST 722. OCTAVIA. 625— A newly furnished room .in a private 'family. - '.. v- ::.-;. v \u25a0 ;••'.-\u25a0; ; O'FARRELL. 358. La' Paloma— Elegant sunny suites and single rooms; reas.; flue: location. O'FARRELL. m»— Fnmlgfaed room to . let. ' PTNB, 704— 0a0 fanitsfaed room; $6. . POLK, 1143 — DTectly ~- furnished, carefully at- tended front sunny rooms; phone, bath; rea- sonable. . . ._:\u25a0\u25a0: PROPOSALS — Continued. : PROPOSALS for Public' Buildings— Office of 'the Chief Quartermaster San Francisco, \u25a0\u25a0;• Cal.. May 10. 1005.— Sealed proposals, in : triplicate, • subject to the usual conditions, \u25a0 willbe received at this office until 11 o'clock . a. m.. Pacific time, June 17, 1905; and then opened- In the: presence of bidders, for the construction, plumbing and electric wlitfng of a frame pavilion hospital at the Presidio ( of Monterey. Cal. Information furnished on application to this office. The United States reserves the right to accept or re- ject any •or all bids received or any part thereof. Envelopes containing- proposals should be Indorsed "Proposals for Hospital. Presidio of Monterey, Cal.," and addressed to COLONEL WM. S. PATTEN. Asst. Q: M. General U. S. A.vil ." V PROPOSALS for Subsistence . Supplies— Office Purchasing Commissary. San Francisco, Cal., ' May 19; 1905. — Sealed proposals for furnish- . Ing and delivering of such quantities of sub- sistence supplies, delivered at such wharf ot wharves or . such warehouses in San Fran- cisco Qal., as per pircular to be seen at' this \u25a0 office, will be. received here until 11 o'clock a. m., Monday, May 29. ls>os. and opened 'lm- mediately thereafter, in presence of bidders. -Specifications, general Instructions to bidders and blank forms of proposals will be fur- nished to established dealecs on application to C. R. KRAUTHOFF. Maj. Corny. LEGAL NOTICES. HAVING purchased the Saddle Rock Restau- rant nt 31 Turk st. from O. A. RUDOLPH, all outstanding bills -must be presented three days from d^te. May 20. 1905. C. W. GREER. . ' EIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHa Birth, marriage and death notices sent by mail will not be Inserted. They must be handed in at either of tho 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 col- umn free of charge. BORN. . DE COLMESUIL — In this city. May 11, 1905. to the wife of George T. de Colmesuil, a daughter. MACWILLIAMS— In this city. May 19, -1905. to the wife of James S. MacWllllams, a daughter. - • -___^.__ _____ Allen, Josephine A. — 25;Mcntl, Frank — 25 Bennett, Mary . | Mooney, James Blackiston. Sister Mary O'Hanlon, D. J. — 29 Assisicem — 6."l O'Leary. John — 64 I Coleston, Wm. J. — 28 Riordan, Patrick Egeberg, Lena — 57 Roy, Alexander A.-^ — 26 Franquelin, Armand Sehaub (Sharp) John Granger, F. M.^ — 47 Shay.% Christopher— 3B Greeley, Mary— so Simmons, John P. — 21 Macdonald.Lucy B. — 34 Sullivan, Wm. I. — 37 McLaughlin.Daniel— 36 Wallenrod.Mary A.-'W ALLEN— In East Oakland Cal.. May 21. 1905, Josephine A., beloved wife of William T. Allen, and mother of Louis G. and Chester H. Allen, daughter of Louis and Augusta Sund, and sister of Louisa. Carl R., Her- - man and Alfred Sund, a native of Kansas, aged 25 years 1 month and IS days. . BENNETT— In this city. Hay 21, 1905, Mary, \ beloved ' wife of the late William Bennett, . and beloved mother of Edner, Christie, Alice, Myrtle and Willie Bennett and Mrs. Hester Sinclair, and sister of Mrs. K. Matbrlch and John Kelly, a native of San Francisco. E7 Notice .of ' funeral • hereaiter. Remains at the-yarlora of J.C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission street, between Third and -Fourth. BLACKISTON— In this city. May 10. 1905. at • St. Mary's Hospital, Sister Mary Assisicem Blackiston, a native of England, aged tt.J years. . - . Cynve funeral will take place to-day (Monday).' at 10 o'clock a. m., from the Chapel of the Passion, attached to St. Mary's Hos- pital, where a solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, .commencing at . v o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. COLESTON— In this city.' May 20, 1905, Wil- liam J., dearly beloved son of Sarah and the late Samuel H. Coieston, and-dearly be- \u25a0 loved brother of Sadie, Annie, Henry and Lizzie Coleston and Mrs. E. J. Field, a na- tive of San Francisco, aged 2S • years 4 months and 20 days. (ETFriends and acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral- to-day f (Monday), at S:3O a. m., from his late resi- dence, 16C9 Church street, thence to . St. Paul's Church, where a requiem high mass will he celebrated for the. repose of his soul at II a. d. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. EGEBERG— In this city. 'May 21, 10C5. Lena, dearly beloved wife of Lorentz Egeberß, and devoted mother, of Mrs. R. S. Coker of Sacramento, Mrs. J. E. Smith, and Julius C. and Emil L. Egeberg. a native of Hol- steln, Germany, aged 57 years 1 month and 19 -days. E_TFriends are respectfully Invited to at- tend the funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2 p.-m.. from her late residence. 3973 Eight- eenth street^ between Sanchez and Noe. Cre- mation I. O. O. F. Cemetery. :" FRANQUELIN— In this city. May 20, 1905. Armand Franquelin. beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. A Franquelin. and brother of August, Emile, Adolphe, Edmond and Adelaide Fran- quelin, a native of San Francisco. (C7"Funeral private, to-day (Monday), at 2 o'clock p.'fri.. from the parlors of Julius S: Godeau, 810 Van Ness avenue. Please omit .'flowers. Interment private. . . GRANGER — May 19, 19C5. Frank M. Granger of Redwood City, husband of ' Mary A. Grang- er, and father of Minard and Frank Granger, ' a native of Illinois, aged 47 years 1 month andl4 days. Eyrht) funeral will take place to-day (Monday), from his late residence. Redwood City, at 11 o'clock a.m. Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery, by train leaving Redwood City at 12:03. GREELEY— In thte city. May 21. 1905, Mary, beloved wife of John Greeley, and mother of Joe Greeley, a native of Ireland, aged 50 years anil 14 days. . * , . MACDONALD — In North Rustlco. Prince Ed- ward Island, March 19, 1905, Lucy Bell, be- loved wife of John A. Macdonald, and mother of Helen Macdonald. aged J>4 years. MCLAUGHLIN— In this city. May 21, 19C5, Daniel McLaughlin, a native of South Da- kota, brother of W. L. McLaughltn of Dcadwood. S. D.\ and beloved son ot Ellen .McLaughlin of Keokuk. lowa, aged 3G years (Deadwood and Keokuk papers please copy.) MENTL — In the City and Coutoty Hospital. May 20, 19C5. Frank Mentl, a native of Bo- hemia, aged 25 years. MOONEY — In Oakland, May 19, 1905, James, beloved husband of Alecia R. Mooney, and father of Mary T. and Francis A. C Mooney and Mrs. W. B. Compton, a native of County Klldare. Ireland. U_T Friends ana acquaintances are respect- fully invited to attend the funeral Monday, May 22, at 8:30 a. m., from his late resi- dence, 568 Twenty-second street, thence to St.. Francis de Sales Church, where a re- \quiem high mass will be celebrated for the repese of his soul, commencing at B a. m.. Interment St. ' Mary's Cemetery. Oakland. O'HANLON— In Vacavllle. Cal.. May 21. 1905. Daniel J.- O'Hanlon, dearly beloved son of the late . Cornelius and Bridget O'Hanlon, and brother. of Joseph F. O'Kanlon. a native . of San Francisco, aged 29 years. O'LEARY — In this city. May 21. 1905, John \u25a0 O'Leary. a native of England, aged fri years 9 months and 20 days. A member of Pa- cific Coast ' Marine Firemen's Union. • E7"The funeral will take place to-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 a. m., from the parlors of .; McFadden. Mcßrearty & Green, 1171 Mission street, between Seventh and Eighth. Inter- • ment Holy. Cross Cemetery. RIORDAN— In this city. May 19. 1905, Patrick Riordan. beloved husband of the late Sarah Rlordan,- and father of James,' William and Joseph Rlordan. and -, Mrs. W. Collins and Mrs. Charles Martlnelll, a native of Ireland. K7" Friend? and acquaintances are respect- fully . Invited to attend the funeral to-day (Monday), at 8:45 a, m.,TOm the parlors of McFadden. Mcßrearty & Green. 1171 Mission street, between Seventh and Eighth, thence to St. Mary's *\u25a0 Cathedral, where a requiem ". high " mass * will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, at 9:30 a. m. ' Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.; ;' >i ROY— In this city, Hay 17, 19C5, Alexander A., beloved son of Julia A. and the late > George E. Roy. , and beloved -brother of • j George E. and Fannie M. Roy and Mrs. Susie .. R. Talley. a native of San Francisco, aged 26 years 7 months and 4 day*:.: : ' -• - (Cy Friends and acquaintances are respect- ! fully Invited \u25a0to attend the funeral r to-day (Monday)," at 8:30 a: m., from his late resi- dence... 2650 Folsom street, thence to St. Peter's Church," where a* requiem high mam will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, at 9 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetenir* SCHAUB ; (Sharp)— ln this clty.v May 20. 190 T., • John, beloved- husband 'of Anna Sehaub (Sharp), and -father of John. Mary, Winnie. Annie and Caroline Sehaub (Sharp) and Jo- '; ; seph Mills,'-'.' a native \u25a0of Alsace, - Germany. (Marln County papers please -copy.) . .'. ,\u25a0 (C7"Friends and s acquaintances are r^speei- : fully invited to attend the funeral to-morrcw (Tuesday), at 10 a. m., from hfs late resi- dence, .11 Lafayette street. Please omit '.flowers. . . . . ' . . > SHAW- In this city. May 21^ 1005. Christo- pher 1 Shaw/a native of County Westmea th. ,-; Ireland, aged 3S years. '. - • ICTThe vfuneral will tako place to-morrow j eiO!cof\iivoß&eo PTJNSTtATj^DIBSCTOBS 767 MXSSIOH STEE3T TEX.. MAIN 561Y CHAS. Hj;J. Wm & CO. rxnxTm&T, uiEECToas. " 1 9O;» M ISSION ST.. . Eet. 13th and jlUth; Telephone; Mission ICO. E.V- COFFANIJY. / 'H. VAN DIEKEX. THe Mb:ILiN>USDEftTHK:SiiJ tJU. (nj.) Ernest W. ".-'Jakobs, 1 Secretary. '- ' * Pnneral JOixecsors and Exncclmers. taiIs, VALENCIA ST.; cor. 17th. — Phone Mission :^U7. Kan Francisco."' REAL ESTATE — CITY— FOR SALE. MAKE YOUR OWN PRICES. AUCTION SATURDAY. MAY 27TH. ' GRAND OPENING OF WAKEFIELD TRACT. On Saturday next. May 27. at 1 :30 p. m., the most beautiful piece of residential prop- erty in Al&meda County will be sold by public auction. The tract is, bounded by 21st and 23d ave- sues. East 24th and East 27th streets, and the panoramic \lew from the property is unsur- passed. The entire tract is eewered. cement sidewalks are In front of every lot and each street is macadamized, guttered and curbed. The new schedule of the, Southern Pacific which goes into operation on the first of June, \u25a0will bring this property within 2S minutes' ride of San Francisco, with a twenty-minute service and boats up to 1:30 a. m. The property is within ten minutes' wslk of 23d-aveaue Southern Pacific ctation. eight tninutes to California College and only six blocks to Garflcld Schoal. No better invest- ment for a home could possibly be desired. Building restrictions will thoroughly protect the property. No saloons will be allowed. Commuters' fare to San Francisco will be five cents. Take an hour off aad investigate for yourself. Terms at the auction will be one-quarter cash, balance one. two and three years. For further particulars see G. H. UMBSEN & CO.. 20 Montgomery street, S&a Franclsoo. ~ W. J. GUNN. 530 California street. (Savings Union Building.) 83.075— Northeast business corner on Clement; "2:fxlt>o: a splendid buy; redus^d from $371.0; Just, the location suitable for mar- ket, store or bakery; flats above never will be vacant. $1,075 each — Two lots, east side Eleventh aye.: 150 reet south from O?ment. $j,CG£ p».-h— Two lots east side Seventh aye., between A snd B; bank will lend $600 on c-ach. $3.S'7'- — Gr« n and Pierre, corner: 25x100; fine marine view; choice location. ; , $2,575 — Pierce, north of Vallejo; 25x1C0; fine lot 510.500 — Five fiats paying $71 50; sunny side; n^ver vacant: fine buy. \V. J. GUNN. KtO California st. BUY ONE BEFORE THEY ADVANCE IN PRICE. $1 25 PER WEEK. NO INTEREST. NO TAXES. $225 for choice lots. Excelsior Homestead Traa : I'vel as a billiard table; one grade; close to f.cho-jl and Missicn-st. electric cars; bound to double in value. ?400 earn on installment? of $10 per month: ro taxes; fhi" lett; near Ocean boulevard; best residence !»>cation south ci Golden Gate Park; thf*e are th-i cheapest lots in this district; advancing in rrice rapidly. W. J. WHITE. 2f> Montgomery st.. r. S. Phone Mem 5704. $5.00 DOWN' and $1.00 a w«*k; finest lots in the city that over were put on the market, according to price and trrms; only 1 block from the electric car line and ready to build on. Call at any time. Take Folsom- st. can. LEOPOLD WEINSTEIN. 2574 6a.n Bruno aye. (Open evenings.) MISSION INVESTMENTS, BARGAINS. $7150 — Three new flats. 6 rooms and bath; Income $SOO per annum; fine neighborhood; dou- ble frontage; will bear investigation. $6000 — Two new flats, 5 rooms and bath; near 22d an* Valencia; high basement and driveway; deep level lot*: can build stable for 8 horses. HENRY FEIGE. Builder and Owner, IO6S Capp utreet. PANHANDLE residence, reduced during May only to $6500; 9 €unny rooms, bath, reception hall, laundry and nice garden; solidly built; olepantly located; near stores; fine car ser- vice; panhandle, Buena Vista and Golden Gate park*. 1210 Waller St.. nr. Masonic aye. FOR the best list of country property, farms, fruit and poultry ranches, stock ranches, al- <alfa and timber lands, send for .catalogue. RCTHERMEL & CO.. 507. California st, CALL or send for our list of city property: also have a selected list of Berkeley, Oakland . and Alimeda. ROTHERMEL & CO.. 507 California st. $175<'> — ALMOST n»w cottage. -6 large rooms. bath: brick foundation: high basement: level Jot: Folsom St.. nr. Cor t land aye.: $250 to $500 wh, $35 month. Dolaji Co.. 24 Montgy. $3750 50 — 2 5-room fiats. . cottage front; 4062- €2H 23d vL, near Castro: rents $40 per mo.; • «!S*y term*. Apply to RAGLAND, 518 Mont- gomery st. ... $]350— MODERN cottage; 4 rooms and bath: strert work all done; $200 cash. bal. $15 per month; if you want a nice home at a bar- rain see this place. .1310 Mission st. ' $26fiO — COTTAGE. 6 rooms, bath; $100 cash down, balance monthly at 6 per cent Interest. MJssion Realty Co.. 3297 Mission st. EAEY terms — House; 6 rms: lot 60x100; Bos- wortii St.; Mission ears. Owner. 6TS6 Ch\j\ r. 1 $1000 — FINE marine view; Greenwich st. lot; terms to suit. Owner, 2776 Union. FREE — Our booklet on plumbing: write AHL- BACH & MAYER, plumber*. 83G Howard st. SAJV MATEO REAL ESTATE. _-_a~_aluE_~~~" " On Use of San Mateo electric car*. 45 minutes from Fifth and Market streets. Lots $400— AND UPWARD. >... # ONLY A FEW LEFT. $10 DOWN AND $10 PER MONTH. GO DOWN AND INVESTTGATK. BELBY. RODGERS A CO.. 116 California st. Phone Kala 673. REAL ESTATE, TO EXCHANGE. tlsoC— looo ACRES hickory timber land m Tennessee. What have you* Box 2748, Call. PROPERTY WAJTTED. LET us submit your property to our clients; we have buyers for city real estate ranging from $2500 to $250,000. Call at our of noes' or drop us a Ilne stating where our repre- sentatives can see you. fi. W. CROZIER COMPANY, 2SO Crocker Bldg. . Phone Main 654. , WINERY or cite on R. R.: large quantity and. good truallty of grapes. \u25a0- Box 5139. Call office. ' '.'. [' . ;- Tb T JLEASE. .-/•\u25a0\u25a0 . . . \u25a0 : ; TO lease — For * term of yean, between Market' and Mission. First and Second stfi.,-2 5-story brick buildlnsa. with fall concrete basement*,- as a wbole or la subdivisions to suit tenants; 1 each floor contains 7000 square feet; frcntace on three streets; splendidly lighted; elevators and all other conveniences; cheapest rent in dry. HUGH KEENAN CONSTRUCTION 1 COMPANY. 30 Jessie St.. San Francisco. Cat UPHOLSTERY. Trt. Sooth 216— How do yon sleep? Mfettreaaea, furniture, carpets rentymted and sterilised; tasnaMe2g>6e proem. Rroe. 1432 He ward st. ALAMEDA ADVERTWTS ALAMEDA REAL ESTATE 9-ROOM, 2-story, modern: large yard, fruit trees, flowers, etc.: 3 minutes from Morton station. Apply F. H. FOOTE, 123 California. NEW cottage of 5 rooms, 2312 Clinton aye. New cottage of 5 rooms; lot 290x155: $3700. J. H. YOUNG, 1243 Park. St.. Alameda. BERKELEY ADVERTS'NTS BERKELEY REAL ESTATE. SOMETHING unsurpassed la a building site for a beautiful home having: all the require- ments and advantages of such a place, with no objectionable features. For price see BIRDS ALL & CRAIG. 2167 Shattuck aye.. at Berkeley* Station. BERKELEY HOUSES TO LET. 7-RCOM cottage in North Berkeley for June and July; fully . furnished; gas range, in- stantaneous beater; nice garden. 1529 Spring Bt.; near car ilne. 8-ROOM house. Mock from Nerth Berkeley station; rent $30. 2147 Center st. BERKELEY FURNISHED HOUSES. FURNISHED bouse of 12 rooms; East Berke- ley; within 2 blocks of campus; from May 16th >to Angu€t 15th. HAIGHT, 401. Cali- fornia st., San Francisco. BERKELEY COTTAGES TO LET. NICE eunny cottage of 5 rooms. Apply corner Shattuck aye. and Rose St.. North Berkeley. BERKELEY HOUSES WANTED. HOUSE wanted — I wish to purchase an 8 to 10 room bouse east of Dana at., brtweeo Bancroft way and Stuart st. at $4000 to $0000. with full eized lot. for cash. M. MILLER. 1432 Wlllard st.. S. F. BERKELEY APARTMEXTS. IX Berkeley — 2. 3 and 4 room apartments ; new building: modern: newly, furnished. Bancroft \u25a0way and Telegraph aye.: near university. BERKELEY HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. IN Berkeley, furnished housekeeping rooms; ' convenient to all trains. Call or address 2120 Sacramento st. FRUITVALE ADVERT'STS FRUITVALE REAL ESTATE. 5-ROOM cottage: lot 100x175; south frontage: bath and pantry; fine basement, barn and berries: carpet, stove, chickens, etc.. go with the place; an exceptional buy: must sell on account of sickness; price $3000. Address box 322. Fruitvale P. O. FRUITVALE HOUSES TO LET. NEW flve-room cottage, high basement; all modern Improvements. Belmont st., off Fruitvale aye. OAKLAND ADVERT'S'M'TS OFFICE, 1016 BROADWAY. OAKLAND REAL ESTATE. GRAND AUCTION \u25a0 ON THE WAKEFIELD TRACT. . OAKLAND'S IDEAL RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. I v ~ "~?~* — I I I ~~ "' ~ 1 I On Saturday, the 27th. at 1:30 p. m.. 135 large, choice lots on the famous Wakefield Tract will b» offered at public auction. This beautiful property Is bounded by 2lst and 23d avenues and East 24th and East 27th streets. The whole tract is sewered, cement sidewalks have . been laid In front of every lor and all the streets are macadamized, gut- terp<i and curbed. The view from this magnificent property surpasses any on the bay. It is free from fog and the climate is delightful. The new schedule of the Southern Pacific, which goes into operation the first of June, will bring the property within 28 minutes' ride of San Fran- cisco, with a twenty-minute service and boats ! up to 1 :3O a. m. It Is only ten minutes" walk to 23d avenue Southern Pacific station, eight minutes to the California College and only six blocks to Gar- field School. Building restrictions will thoroughly protect the property, and no saloons will be allowed. Terms of ra.l* are one-quarter cash, balance one, two and three years. For further de- tails see * G. H. UMBSEN & CO., 20 Montgomery strett, — OR— HOLCOMB. BREED & BANCROFT, . 1060 Broadway. Oakland. WILL sell beautiful 8-room house for cost of let; 50x100: 3 blocks from business center; Al location. Box 1816. Call office. Oakland. OAKLAND FURNITURE FOR SALE. TO-MORROW the day for bargains In furniture. H. Schelhaaa, 11th st.. cor, store, Oakland. « . . . \u25a0"" San Francisco AdYertVents ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING. BRYANT. 421 — Two sunny rooms, furnished for housekeeping; rent $12: one single room. BROADWAY," 1085, corner Jones— Furnished housekeeping bay-window room; sunny; ma- rine view; laundry; $12. ,v . v^ BUSH. 1427, near Van Ness — 3 large rooms, partly furnished for housekeeping; yard; $16. EDDY and Polk (Gladstone)— Elegant sunn/ housekeeping apartments: 1. 2 or 3 room*. EXoLIS. 673 — 2 sunny housekeeping rooms; everything complete: reasonable rent. FELL, 376. between Octavla and Gouglt — Three neatly furnished rooms; gas range, bath, sun- ny, bay window. • •- \u25a0' - FOLSOM, - 974 — Front sunny suite of complete housekeeping rooms, $10; also others, $7-SG. FOLSOM, 1600. cor. 13th — Large, sunny, .fur- nished rooms for light housekng. ; gas, bath. FULTON, 150— Sunny, furn. rooms for bskpg.; near City Hall and Vaa Ness; phone; Ist flat. FELL, 228 — Nicely furnished - suite for house- . keeping; central; $14; bath, gas range; adults. GOLDEN GATE aye.. 258, The Perkins— Hpg. . apts.; suites and single; modern; phone. . GEARY. 1225 — Fine suite rooms, sunny, , with ! » private bath; suitable for housekeeping. .: GEARY,' 642 — Nicely furnished sunny front rooms and housekeeping; rates reasonable. GOLDEN GATE aye.. 136— Nice sunny front room and kitchen, complete for housekeep- leg; cheap. - ..-\u25a0\u25a0-. , \u0084 GEARY, 1830 — Three cozy sunny rooms; bath; \u2666^ furnished complete' housekeeping; $20..- HARRIET, 3, off Howard, near Sixth — Two un- furnished rooms for* housekeeping; , down- . stairs; .rent reasonable. . •. \u25a0•-. \u25a0 -.' . HOWARD. 1703—2 front rooms. . furnished for housekeeping; gas range and running water in rooms. < \u25a0 . \u25a0 «..\u25a0•• \u25a0 '\u25a0>.-.. LARKIN. ' .817%— Nicely ' tarnished . corner room ; gas stove; reasonabte. . •-\u25a0-;'. . . LrlLX,:ave.; • 25— Two . newly 'furnished front •.housekeeping;: rooms to • let V .. V\ -\u25a0/\u25a0;. MOSS; 13, ' off Howard,- near : Seventh— 2 fur- nished rooms. ' ' complete . - for \u25a0 housekeeping; <adults only. ."' "'" * *-\u25a0"' MINNA, C 63 — Nice canny houeekecpinc ' room 1 suitable for two; also stagle rooms... KISSIOK, 1063 — Elegant suite housekeeping rooms; running ' water; phone, gas aad rms store: mim» single rooms; rent reasonable. \u25a0 . MISSION. 275S— Honsekeepin* rooms.