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FALLS OFF STREET CAR.— E. R. Marriott
fell oft a Larkln-street car last night and was
badly bruised about the head.
; At the meeting of the Fourth of July
committee held at the Lick House.yes
terday, afternoon the following sub-com
mittees were namod by ueneral R. H.
Warfield. the chairman:
Fourth of July committee. 1908— General
R. H. Warfield. cflalrman; Eugene Fitzgerald,
secretary; Colonel Thomag F. CNell. grand
marshal. "Committee on parade— Colonel
Thomas F. O'Nell, Frank A. Markey. W. J.
French .Theodore Lundstedt. Jesse A. Galland.
Committee .on printing — W. J. French. C. H.
J. Truman, Dr., C. . D.- Salfteld. Commute* on
: music — Jesse A. . Galland, John ' Connor, P. H.
McCarthy J."- L.. ' Gallagher, MV CLeary. Com
mittee on ' fireworks — William Clack, Thomas
Desmond," Fred E. Wallace. Cllve A.' Brown.
Charles Sommerladd. Press commltte* — Dr. C.
D. Salfleld, M. H. Squires,. Walter Macarthur.
Finance E committee — Theodore Lundstedt.
Frank A. Costello. James I* Gallagher. Com
mittee -on decoration — Charles Sommerladd.
Cllve A- Brown, Charles T. Quirey. Commit
tee on transportation— Frank A. Maxkey. Fred
E Wallace, William Clack. "Committee on
aquatic sports— Walter Macarthur. Frank A.
Costello Theodore Lundstedt. Committee on
children's games at Golden Gate Park— P. H.
McCarthy. William J. French, C. H. J. Tru
man. Literary committee— Key. Joseph .P.
McQuaide, Rev. George E l % V ' M B "
M. Kaplan. Theodore Lundstedt. P. H. Mc-
Carthy. ...
The chairman will send a reauest to
all automobile owners that they deco-
Vate their, machines and join the pro
cession •' on the Fourth. •\u25a0
rate Machines and Join Monster
Parade.
Also Asks Automobile Owners to Deco-
CHAIRMAN WARFIELD NAMES
COMMITTEES FOR FOURTH
Dr. Arthur \u25a0W.'. Scott, principal of the
Girls* High School, delivered an address
on "Education and Filial Duty."
-The confirmants were: Jeanne Block,
Allck Bauer, Sam Bauer, AdeleCob
lentz, Cella de Costa, Edwsjrd M. Har
ber, Adele Harscher, Dora Hesklns,
Bertha Fross, Irene Levy, Paul Levy,
Clara Mayer, Allien Meyers, David
Pencovic, Aline Rosenberg, Ira Schles
inger, Alfred Siegler, Lena Weiss,
Maurice "Weiss, Rose Weiss.
There was confirmation yesterday morn-
Ing at 10:30 o'clock in the Temple Emanu-
El, the Rev. ', Jacob Voorsanger officiat
ing. The temple was beautifully adorned
with flowers, the altai* and choir loft
being covered with white rose 3. The dec
orations had been designed and carried
out by Llppman Sachs and P. Llppltt.
There were thirty-two conflrmants.
A number of boys and girls were
confirmed yesterday at the Bush-street
Temple by the Rev. Dr. Bernard M.
Kaplan. The rabbi exhorted the. con
flrmants to remain true to the Ten Com
mandments, which, he said, were the
\u25a0foundation of all religion and all
morality. Dr.' Kaplan then gave them
the blessing and presented each con
flrmant with a beautifully embossed
confirmation certificate.
Rev. Dr. Bernard Kaplan and Dr.
-Arthur Scott, Principal of Girl*'
- High School, Address Class.
CEREMONY; OF CONFIRMATION
AT ! THE' BUSH-STREET TEMPLE
; The "officers', team of the Presidio bar
racks will cross bats • this afternoon at
Del Monte with the officers* team of the\
Fifteenth Infantry. Both teams are in
fine fettle and a good game is expected.
The Presidio delegation will leave here at
9 o'clock this morning for Monterey and
will return on the late train coming up
from Del Monte'on Sunday night. To add
tn I the general festivity of the occasion,
the Del Monte Hotel will eive a brilliant
dance, to-^uignt in ,me spacious' ballroom.
Following" is fa I list of the Presidio post
team: Captain George P. "White, captain
of the team; Major : Kobert C. Van Vllet,
Captain John B. Schoeffel, - Lieutenant
Samuel B. Mclntyre, Lieutenant de Ar
mond. Lieutenant James J. O'Hara, Lieu
tenant Claude -E. Brigham, Lieutenant
Raymond W. Briggs, : Surgeon Thomas J.
Strong and Lieutenant James B. Hen
ry Jr. ,
The transport Logan will go to the dry
dock at -Hunters Point on Monday for a
thorough overhauling.
Lieutenant Alvan C. Glllem. Fourth
Cavalry, stationed at Wawona,. went Into
the general hospital at the Presidio yes
terday for treatment.
The : transport . Meade Is not to be put
into immediate commission again. The
vessel is undergoing repairs that were
necessary to keep her In trim. This ac
tion on the part 'of Major Devol. general
superintendent of the transport service,
gave rise to the rumor that she was to be
sent to sea.
Teams of Presidio ' Barracks, and Fif
teenth Infantry ~AVHI- 'Struggle
..;\u25a0 tor Baseball . Superiority.
ARJnf OFFICKBS TO' CROSS
BATS AT. MONTEREY TO-DAY
JLATE SHIPPING INTEXIiIGENCE.
State Floral and Pacific Horticultural
Societies Join Hands to Promote
Exhibition for October.
The State Floral Society and the Pa
cific Horticultural Society met together
yesterday afternoon in Steinway Hall
and resolved to give a flower show in
San Francisco next October. Professor
Emory E. Smith , presided and .after a
committee representing the Horticul
tural-Society expressed its willingness
to join hands with the State Floral
Society committees, were . formed to
meet next \Vedne3day afternoon In tho
.Ferry building to take steps toward
promoting the exhibition.
The committee chosen to represent
the Horticultural Society is composed
of X. Petersen, Frank Pelicano, P. Fer
rari, H. Plath. J. W. Bagge and Thomas
Munro. Those on the committee of the
State Floral Society are Mrs. J. R. Mar
tin,: chairman: Mrs. O.D. Wheeler..sec
retary; Mrs. J. Branln. John Hlnkle.
John Vallance and Emory. E. Smith.;
\u25a0 Mrs. T. Sachau of San Leandro show
ed the societies some exaui3ite carna
tions^ grown from seeds she" received
from Germany.
MOVEMENT IS SET OX FOOT
TO GIVE BIG FLOWER SHOW
ARRIVED.
\u25a0 BYlday. June 9.
Stmr Acme. Fagerlund. .79 hours from Port
land, via Astoria 67 hours.-
SAILED.
Friday, Jua» ».
Stmr Gipay.~* Inland, Monterey. \u25a0
DOMESTIC . PORTS.
PORT TOWNSEND—^Pasaed In Jun» 9^ — Schr
Americana; from ' San Pedro for Everett: schr'
Sehome. tiecce ' May. 20 for Olympia.
.' \u25a0: OCEAN' STE.IMERS.
LONDON— Arrived ; June 9— Stmr Pomera
nian.^ from Montreal via Liverpool. --• \u25a0..
QUEENSTOWN — Arrived ; June . 9— Stmr
Campania, ; from Kew York -tor Liverpool, and
proceeded. - ' . -'^IM<UaW*MW8 r fcWß*fefWßt
„ LIVERPOOL— SaiIed June 9 — SUur Arabic,
for '' Boston - via • Queenstown; atmr \u25a0 Cuflc for
New York. '• aj *^ir^fTr||r iM |ff'^irßJ 'll^ilWt'r'lMe
NETV\ r YORK— Arrived . June 9— Stmr Lu
cania. fiom Liverpool and Queenstown.
\u25a0 : PLYMOUTH — Arrived June 10— Stmr Ram
' burg, from New ,. York for Cherbourg and Ham
burg ; stmr . Bremen, from \u25a0 New York ; for Ciier
bourg and ; Bremen, and • both : proceeded.
Bullfrog; Con» - C9jOrig fc ßullfrog. SO 31
Bullfrog Com 07 lOiShoshone ... ; . — 09
EullfrolEx.. - 20 Shoehon B Gld 15 -
Blfrg Jumper 11 — Stelnway 15 22
Bullfrg NBk .29 30j Ventura ;..... 11 12
Den Bullfrog. 25 30j Vista Grande.. 09 —
Den Blfg Anx 05 09| Wolverine .... 05 10
Other Districts.
Brown Hope- — 16 Paymaster . . . 06 —
Escerama — 01 Qulncy 09 —
Sofd Reer M. - 45 Ray & O'Brien -07
Gold Reer Ex 27 — Rothwell ..... — 26
TCnwlrh & B. • — 13 Stiver Peak .. 20 —
KtwchGold.- 11 Southwestern.. - 40
Kawlch King. 20 23 iSylvanla ..... — 20"
Kawlch MCo 30 —Timber Hill .. 20 —
Lida Hawk \u25a0\u25a0..;-, 0- 04|Tokop Con ... — 10
TONOPAH MINING EXCHANGE.
• Following were; the sales on the San Fran
cisco and Tonopah Mining Exchange yesterday:
9 :30 a. ". m. Session. \u25a0
•MA Riftpt Butte.. 28J1500 Orig Blfg. b3O -34
500 GoM Anchor.. 79 3000 RothweU ..... 25
1300 GW Dust.b3o. 10 3500 Shoshone ..... 16
10000 Hme Cn.blS 07 2CO Ton Belmont.. l 10
ivy. MacVama^a.. 48 700 Ton Blmont.l 07%
ltoOMlcVamara.. 49 500 Ton Mdway.l 62%
ICOO M ? Nmra™ bl5 50 1500 N Star, s 10. 49
1200 Monr^on :T?2 70 ICOO N Star/ b 5.. 60
1100 Na? BlnS . . . 33j st>o N Star, a 30. 49
2000 Orig Bullfrog. . 33j
'-. -.-. . \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 -.-' 11. a. ' m. Session.
Bullfrog Belle 08[ 500 Nat Bank .... SO
5000 Dixie !:..-.-.."." 17(1000 Ohio, b 10.... 37
-wo nixla ...... 13 2500 Ohio ......... 36
400 Gold Anchor.. 75 1000 Red Top .:.... 3S
10.J0 Goldfleld Mln. 4S 1500 Rescue -»";V..j 07
irwirt Home Con ... 06 SCO S Nev Dev... 11
IOCOJ Butler b5. 67 9000 Ton Home .:. 04
15C0 Jumbo Ex .:. 15 .200. 200 Ton Midway. .l 5O
800 MacNamara.. 47 «(IO Ton Mdwy.siO.l 50
SOW M^cNaSara. . 4S 2CGO Ton N Star.. I 48
Vto Mont Ton ...2 60 1000 Ton N Star... ,47
700 Mom : Ton . . .2 7of 10CO Ton N Star. . . ;43
: V --," ' . \u25a0 \u25a0-"-: 2 ' p. v m. "" Session.
2000 Brown Hope. 16! 2CO Mont Ton ...'.2 50
1000 Bullfrog Belle 0812000 Nat Bank .... 28
•>000 Dix !e :. . -• • • 12! lso ° Nat ****• - M '2S
TrflO Dixie " ..11 1500 Nat Bank. blO 28
"TOO Dixie b 60.. 13 2500 Orig Blfg. bls. 33
"ftOO Gold ' Anchor.. 73 7500 Ton Home ... ,04
30CO Home Con.blO 07 100 Ton Mdway.l 42%
3500 Jumbo Ex ... 15 500 Ton Midway. .l 60
2500 M'Nmra. b.20 48 06CO Ton NSUr... 45
1000 MacNamara.. 47
Iragg^^CLOSING iQUOTATIONS."
.Bullfrog. District.
' Bid.Ask-t - ' Bid.Ask.
Amargosa --\u25a0"- — 20 Bullfrog NBk 27 30
Beatty Bullfg. - 1* Lige Harris. .. OS 04
Bullfrog Anx. — 07 Mont Bullfrog. 03 —
Bullfrog Belle -.08, 09 Orig Bullfrog. 30 S3
Bullfrog Mln. 50; 1 COl Vista Grande.: — 12
. Goldteld District.- .
Adams ...- 06 =C 9 Jumbo Ex ..'; 14 —
ißla^Butt*.- 20 27 Kendall ...... 11 15
Sf Butte Ex 03 04 Lone Star ' r. ."10 ~14
I Back Rock. : 03 03% Mohawk .:...—*• 20
i-Rino. Bell .:. — :OS 0r0. :.'......;. — 05
I Bue 8u11'... 1* —I Pa Goldfleld.. 01 :C2
fe^Mt: \u0084g^«::>:::S-,!12
Frisco"'"" \u25a0-• i — i2D Sandstorm .... 35 :. — .
Gldfld G Dust ,10 - 15 Sandstorm Ex. — 13
Gldfld L Star. — 04 Silver Pick .. — 14
Goldfleld Nev. 48 ,50 Slmmerone ... — 6O
Jumbo.M Co.. 76 :,— V >
•;-\u25a0;\u25a0':• i Tonopah \u25a0•; District."
Belmont .v.-"-l OO Mlxpah Ex ... — .15
Ca lfornia V..-:19 v-- Mont Ton ..2 42% 250
Cash Boy . —^: IS North Star.... 43 .47
Gold Anchor.. SO 1 — Ohio ......... 38 39
Oreat- Westm ;OS C 4% Paymaster ".:. ' — 03%
Home ....."..-• 04 ' 05 Rescue ...... 08 —
Home Con :vr C^ '" \u25a007 S : Nev D*v. : . — ,11
Ind Tonopah.. 01 01% Ton of Nev. — 14 25
Jim Butler... 63 -70 United-Ton .. — \u25a0\u25a0 09
MacNamara. ".% 43 461 West End ... 55 —
Midway :. a 42«;-i'4s|;-;
• Other r Districts. .
Brown Hope.. 15- "16 Rothwtll 25
Esperanza. ... — ;. 01 Stiver Peak .. 20 21
Free ' Gold \u25a0*. ." ••'*—: 1- ' 15 Ton ; Berkeley.. 20
i Gold : Mt ' Con. 'r-. '02 Ton - Gold Mt . 15 IS
;Kawlch Gold. -^- 'ill
;.\u25a0\u25a0/. / .. \u25a0'-*., SALES. -,-,.< ./•\u25a0\u25a0
' Morning ' Session. :
Board— 1
\u25a0 . 10 Alaska Packers* Association... 84 00
25 Anglo-Callfr.rnian 8ank:.... ... 87 50 •;
\u25a0•-' 100 S;F.Gai { & Electric.*.....:;... 66 00 .
; $1,000 United RRiof-S F 4a.... ."... 88 37#
$2,000 Spring.Valley 4s (3d mtge). ... 99 12}%
$16,000 Spri ng ; Valle y (2d' mtge) .'...loo 00 „;
r--.. 1 -- Street^- • . ..• ?-= < \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0 ; ..- \u25a0 \u25a0 ,-'
'\u25a0:>'- GO California "Wine" Association..'. 77 00 \u25a0;
- $5,000 Northern .Cal > Rjr ; 5s .110 00
.Afternoon Session.
. . Board— ' , -.V \u25a0 .•\u25a0\u25a0'". : \u25a0_ : _•.-.. - \u25a0--
I 10 Paauhau S> P C0'..'.':. ........ 22 00
15 Spring Valley "Water Co./.... 37 73 '
$2,000 Oakland Transit Con 55. .......112 00 '•
$4,000 UnltedTßß of S F. 45.......; 88 50
'\u25a0'-\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0->:. 5 " Street — \u25a0%\u25a0''.-. . ' " . : :"
'. 40 Giant Powder. Con .." 69 0O
Unlisted Securities.
MISCELLANEOUS .BONDS.; . :'
"\u25a0:\u25a0'•'\u25a0 ;V ; Bid.^Ask: /. \V \u25a0 :'. Bid. Ask.
Bay CPC 65.104%107- SF & NP 55.112% —
BL'Wat 6a.112% — ;- SP C R 45.\96 - -91%
Cal- NW- 55. .111 \u25a0',-\u25a0— -- SunTel6B...ll3H —
M C Wat ss. — 1U .Do 5s :.'... .106% —
Rls I Wksss — ~ 105 - Suttr- st Rss . 105 , 110
SFDrdk 55:112% — >\u0084 \u0084 .;
: MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS.
Ala, S C 0... — '; 26 Mat'Nav 00. 95 —
Car, Cot Mils" B2* v— ; Mills Nat 8k.300 —
Cal G&ECor. 6994*60 NS R R Co. — 12^4
C Jockey C1.120r -'— .<• N Cal' P Co." 9H — .
Cal \u25a0 Powder.. l7s \u25a0'\u25a0 —.; Oak Bk Sav.l4o . —
Cal, Ship Co.— '\u25a0'\u25a0 25 lOOF . Hall A - 6V4 —
Cal T I & T — 142% Orpheum Co 16%
Cen Bk Oak'— 67% PacC Cas C 0.136: :— \u25a0>
Chutes Co :-;\u25a0; ,5 v 6 Pac Sur Co.'. 1 120
City &CBk — 120": Paraf Paint- , 65 —
Cyp L Imp.." — . 6 S F Drydock — .75
DptPwd pfd. = 83%*87% SF & SJCoal. 22% —
Docom ..'69 y7O , S Jose Wat.. 103% —
FN r ßk, 0ak.120 — SO & MTgbt.l2s -: —V-
Fischer \u25a0 Thtr — V?i. m Swiss-A 8k..120 — g
Frnch-A'.Bk.inT^iCO Truck > Elect.. 14% 15 . -,:
Gas Con A. 18%'— UnlonS Co.. 34% 38
HonoP Co.. — ... 86 UR InCJpfd. 81 ,— "
: Do old pool— '.'-. 37% : ; Do com ... 40 v —
Do nw pool 86% 4Q .- \u0084- ; : --.:••'
SALES. •
; Morning T Session.
•; \u25a0 :; \u25a0.Street— '\u25a0\u25a0 v" -.-.'\u25a0\u25a0 --\u25a0/: "\u25a0"\u25a0::\u25a0."
\u25a0 \u25a0 200 Cal : Gas :& \u25a0 Elect • C0rp. . . .". ... 59 50
$14,000 S i F & N P Ry 55............ 112 50
' . California Stock and Oil ' Exchange. .
\u25a0OH Stocks— '\u25a0"--"' . Bid. Asked
Arline ...................... 30 i ....
Apollo ...................;.. .... 25
Asso.\Oll Stk. Tr. Cer ... 46 47
Carib0u.................... ..... 750
Chicago Crude...... .. -28 ....
Chicago Crude New ........ \... \u25a0 10
Claremont .... 75 •'
Forty ...' 60 53
Four;.... .......... . 46 50
Home 43 , 47
1mperia1....... .... 16 00 \u25a0
Independence ......\u25a0..•....'... .•••• "39
Junction ............ :.:.'.:::,'\u25a0• l9 '. ....
K«rn ...:.. i. ..:;.:..; ... 11 00
Kern (new) ......... ....... f_ 20
Kern River ...r.. V. .1100 ,
Monarch of Arizona .'.:. 20 . 30'
MonteCristo ............... .... ?|^
Nevada County ................. .- 45 •
Occidental of W. Va: . . . . . . . 03 '}\u25a0 04
Oil City Petr01eum......... v 62 63
Piedmont ;...\u25a0.-................."' 08
Reed.Crud* ................' 20 f.Vii-
Shawmut '\u25a0 - ™>
Sovereign ...."... 28 . '".-^a \u25a0\u25a0
Sterling, \u25a0'.*«>-<
Superior .05 , -. .08 ; :
Thirty r Thre« 5 00 6 75
Twenty-Eight ................... low
Wabash , *»0
Wolverine ........ .......... 85 _ - ....
• '\u25a0•\u25a0.• .sales.-; ..:-:\u25a0 \u25a0 '.-.. J
Morning Session. .
1.000 Four Oil . . . . . ... •' ... • • . ' «• :
' Afternoon Session. '
500 Oil City Petroleum. .*...; 63
Mlnlnc Stockk.'
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
. Following were i the sales on the San Fran
cisco ; Stock , and ".Exchange - Board yesterday :
\u25a0',' ' Morning \u25a0 Session— Comstotcks.
300 Andes . 1 ...... 24| 200 Overman ..... 09
1000 Belcher • 13j 100 Savage 42
200 Bullion ...... 33 400 Savage ....... 43
300 Caledonia .... 48] 100 Scorpion ...... 13
100 Con Va M Co.l 65 100 Seg Belcher. .. 06
500 Gould & Cur. 20 200 Sierra Nev. . . . ~3*
100 Hale & Norc.lvlS -200 Tellow Jacket. . 14
800 Mexican .. ...1 10: 300 Union C0n.... 40
150 Ophir .....6 37%| .; - . .
s , Afternoon Sesslon-^Comstocks,
600 Andes . . . . . . . 22 700 Savage ...... T: 40
200 Belcher ..... 13 200 Savage ... 41
200 Cal edonia * . . . . 45 500 Scorpion . . 12*
300 Caledonia .... 44 100 Sierra Nev..... 32
\u25a0800 Con Va M Co.l 50 300 Sierra Nev..;. j 33
• 100 C Va M, b30.1 55 , 600 Silver Hi 11..'.- 94
"400 Mexican ...V.I 05 .\u25a0 200 Union C0n.... : 48
3CO Ophlr .......6 25 .50 Union C0n..... -i. 49
tIOO Overman;..... - 071^200 Utah ......... .11
}*~; v quotations: ': ; ; '
, • - ? Bid. Ask. v -N Bid. Ask.'
Alrha ....... 08 10 Justice ... 07 08
Ata . .. 05 : 07 Kentucky. ... 02 '03
Ande5"....... 22 23 Lady Wash .. 04-06
Belcher ..... 13 14 Mexican ......105 110
lui£^3i^34 88 C ph 11 l dren^..:«-2d r en^..:«-25 9 I lit
Caledonia .... 44 45 Ophlr-Bruns.. 11 12
Challenge ... 11 14 Overman . . . . . 07 08
Chollar ...... 18 19 Potosl . . .>Y. . . 12 13
Confidence ... 75 80 Savage 3a 41
Con Va M Co.l 50 1 55| Scorpion 11 13
Con Imperial. -01 02! Seg Belcher... 05 06
Con N/Y...-. 02 03 Sierra Nev.... 33 34:
Crown Point... 12 14 Silver Hi 11.... 93 95
E Sierra-Nev. — 05 Union C0n.... 47 49
Eureka Con..: 90 —Utah 11 12
Exchequer ••.;'.- 48 60 St Louis \u25a0 — 10
Gould & Cur. 19 21; Syndicate .... — 09
Hale & Norcl 10 115 Yellow Jacket. 13 14
Julia .... :04 06| •
TONOPAH 'AND GOLDFIELD STOCKS.
Morning Session. - «
1000 Big Bullfrog.- 10 100 MacNamara... 47
1000 Bullfrog Mln. 75 "500 Mont ,Ton . . . .2 70
3000 Bull frg N.Bk';2B UOO Mont Tn.510.2 67%
300 Blfg N Bk.slO 27 KOO Mont Ton ..2 67%
Cent Eureka..l 55 500 Mont T0n,b90.2 75
1000 Den Bullfrog. 25 ; 100 Mont Ton .\2 57%
1000 Dixie......... 17 .SCO Mont Ton ....2 60
1000 Dixie ....;..- 18 Mont T0n,b90.2 75
2000 Dixie 12 1500 North Star. . . . 46
1500 Dixie .....;::•: n iwk) n star, b 90. ,49
1000 Empire, a*lo. 13 ;500 North Star.'.:. 45
1000 Empire, s ?10. 12! 100 Ohio Ton .... 38;
1500 Gold Anchor.. '75,1500 Ohio Ton. s 5. SS
1000 Gldfld Rand.. O«!200O Paymaster ..". 0.1
4000 Home- ..-..-- 04| 100 Rescue ........ 07
- 200 Jim Butler . . 66| tofMV Red Top . . . . : 38
1000 Jlmißutler .. 65;2O0O Red Top. s 5. 3S
1000 J- Butler.. b 30 6915C00 Ton Home Con 00
1(X)O Jumbo M- Co. 70 1000 Home Con.b3o 07
5500 Jumbo Ex ... 15 10.000 Home "Con.. 07
1000 Jumbo Ex :..':- 14 300 TonMldwy.ss.l 50
"COO Kawlch MiCo * 20 1000 Ton Sly & Gldj 15.
2COO MacNamara.. \ 48 . 500 West End >..;- t'O
, , ;.;. : Afternoon, Session. \u25a0 \u25a0
500 Black Butte.Vv 2s iOOO Lige Harris... 03
500 Black Butte.. 24 10C0 Lone Star ... 08
4<w»'-Rl ac k ! Rock. . •03 2500 MacNamara... .44
1000 Bonnie -Clare. 66 < 200 MacNamara...- 45
1000 Bonnie Clare. '(57 500 MacNnmara. .. 43
1000 Bonnie Clare.' 68 lOOO.Mayne. b 30. . 15
1000 Bullfrog Mln. -75 1400 Mont Ton ....2 50
1000 Bullfrog^ Mln. -761*400 Mont Ton ..2 47%.
1000 Bullfrog Mln. "77 4000 North Star...: 44
1000 Blfg -M, b.30 .79 15TO North Star.... 46
1000 BlfK M, b3ov 80 4000 N Star, b 60. . 47
600 Bullfrg.N Bk' 30 500 Ohio Ton .;.. : 36.
100 Bulfrg • N Bk;«>29 . 200 Orig? Bullfrog: 33
2000 Brunswick .: 061 100 Sandstorm .... 39
2CO Butte Gldfld.f 26 100 Shoshone : Gold •15
500 Cal. b > 50. . . ; 21 100 Ton Belmont..l 05
100 Cent Eureka.. l 60 1000 Ton Gold Mt.v.'ls
•S«W Gold -Anchor.. 7 : 73 1000 Ton Home Con , 06
' 500 Gold Anchor.. .76 .'>o,ooo Hme Con.b6o ; 07
1000 Golden , Gate.. 15! 15.000 Hme Con.b9o:oB
5000 Home • . .". .:.':.- 041 : 500 Ton ' Midway . J . 1 ; 45
,500 Kendall -....:. 16|l00O;Ventura.v:. ... 11
CLOSING QUOTATIONS. '
, Tonopah i District. •.
. .•"' \u25a0.':\u25a0'." ;. Bid. Ask. : ; Bid.Ask.:
Belmont' ."*:... 1-05 1:07 MacNamara...- 4."J- 44
Boston Ton ..11 14 Midway ......I 40 145
Brgr'S' Jß.Ex ,' — lS.Mlzpah Ex ...11 - 15
California ...'2O ,— Mont Ton ....2 45 247
CashJßoy ... 12 15 Mon^Pittsburg 2.1 : '—
Colehan ....:— 10 M0nit0r".:....; 02 —
Eula Con ..."— 1" N V Ton Con. 25 —
Gold .'Anchor.. 73 76 North Star 4fi 47
Golden Gate.. 15 % — Ohio T0n.... 35 36
Gold Mt ..... 13 15 Red Rock Ex. — 20
Gold Mt Con. — .02 Rescue ..'..". .'\u25a0 06 07
Great r Westrn or{ : 04 Ton Exten :..4 00 4 37
Ind iTonopah.." 01 02 Ton Hpme Con '06 .07
Home \u25a0-.". :'.:: .''o4 r "- 05 Ton \u25a0 Sly & Old ; '\u25a0 15 • —
Jim \u25a0 Butler .. 64 66 Tonof Nev. l2 75 13 50
J - Butler \u25a0- Ex . S2O v 25 United Ton . . — .06
UtUe>Tonv..2 25 275 West End ... 55 60
Lucky .T0m.:.,:' — "-'.-'02| ..;-;. "/,.
\u25a0 V : Goldfleld -District.
Adams ...... sO6 07 Hibernia ...... — 15
Atlanta ;.'.'... .07 :09 Highland :.... — 2fl !
Aurora.'.,... 10, 12 Jumbo M Co.. 70 73 ]
Band 1; ... VV. . — .04 Jumbo Ex ; . ." . 16' 1 17
Black Antsn.-;— Juno ::..:..".. — 03
Black Butte.. -23 25 Kendall ."..... 14 16
Blk Butte Ex 031 04 KendallEx ..- — 10
Black Rock... 02 "03 Lone =. Star .'.^r 06 10
Bluoßell- . .. 06 08 Lucky* Sta r/..r — 04
Blue Bull - . . . 14 :'_-'\u25a0 15 May/ Queen /..'\u25a0 15 18
Brooklyn":.;: : 01 ; 02 Mohawk > ".'..".. 10 :"lf}
Butte Gldfld.: t— s 2B Nevada Boy ..— 35
Bull v & *Bear.' 05 JO7 Nev Goldfleld. 21 25
Booth "M ; Co. \u25a008 „"" — Nev Southern .~ — *. : 09
C.O.D f .r..~. ;i .15; I— 0ake5i.:......- — 10"
Columbia;.".: ',l4; "15 0r0(.r...i.... — \u25a0: 05
Columbia ;^Mt. 15 20 Pennsyltanla.. — 02
Conqueror \u25a0 r.V*; 16 , 21 Potlatch ... . . . 10 , 14
Diamond \u25a0...'". v O7 * 11 Red Li0n,...: 03 v. 05
Dlamondfleld. '35 ,41 Red Top .'.... 37 V 38
Empire:'.:..: 12- ;13 Red. Top Ex.. — : .02
Exploitation;'." -^- \u25a0'-" 04 Sandstorm v.r.;3S -V;4O
Dixl«r*..T.:.:. k- 10 ; :' 12 Sandstorm . Ex. ;—; — 13
Fawn s: . . : .'; ::"-.- 05 \u25a0'"•? — Sherman : - ": ... .25 —
Frisco :V: TT. ".". '12 /13 Silver Pick . . 08 . 11
:Gold;Dust :.. ; 05 ;.10 Slmmerone ... ,40 45
Gold ) Hill ;.7. v— ; - 04l St ; IVts ;'..:... 25 .," 25)
Goldfleld ; Mm. 740 v 471 Verde . ...... . — 06
Gl dfld i ßand .'.-'. , 05 . 061 Vernal , r : '•". '••• 04 . 05
Goldfleld'Ton, — «1 03 Wonder ..V.V..:- 03 :» 0*
Great'Bendtrr^oS,,;is!,: I.: 1 :*,; . - : .
:.;?;*;".,;\u25a0 ."f: ;-V : '-';- ; ; Bullfrogs District..,; , :!>; -'. L
\u25a0Arnargosaf".^.'Co9 ": 10 Eclipse 1 "....'... 23 26
Amethyst .7.: —^14 Gold-Bar .... .25; 30
Big i ßullfrog. ;09 12 Gldfld ;Bullf rog ,-; — " " W
Btillfrog:& Co>7s'i— Llge ' Harris. .. 03: 04
Bullfrog - Anx. 05 07i Mont Bullfrog. *08 - 10
"Most "of the jobs are small, only
for a few thousand dollars. Do the
men of this city, expect me to write
circular" letters to all the carpenters
in the town? I am paid to do other
work. Whenever there is a job to be
let I send a circular letter to two or
three reliable ' firms and they send \u25a0in
their offers. I mall these direct to
Washington. Sometimes I make a rec
ommendation that a certain party be
given the contract and sometimes I do
not. The result has been satisfactory
to me and I think that my superiors
have no fault to find with my methods.
This complaint seems to me to be
merely the soreheadedness of parties
who expect me to come around to them.
Once I asked a lot of firms to , make
bids and not half of them acknowl
edged ray letter. That finished them
with, me." t
Around the customs offices the story,
of the alleged favoritism has been
current for some time. No one there,
however, lays it to any definite source.
In the meantime Secretary Robinson
will quietly, conduct an investigation,
before his , return to the East.
\u25a0 "I have been in charge of over 1300.
000 worth'of work,** he sald,~"and out
of all this • I , only advertised In the
newspapers for bids once. That was
for a $45,000 job on the maintenanca
of the United States Mint. The Gov
ernment requires that there shall be
competition in all work done for it. It
does not say how many firms shall be
asked to figure on the contract, but
leaves that to the discretion of the su
perintendent. Mind you, I don't award
the contract; I merely get the bids and
send them forward to Washington. The
authorities there inform me whom they
have selected.
Superintendent Roberts protested
yesterday that he knew nothing of any
charges against him. He spoke freely,
however, of his method of obtaining
bids for the work that is done under
his supervision.
ROBERTS' . EXPLAXATIOX.
Secretary Robinson is staying at the
home of Dr. H. W. Allen at 1300 Wash
ington street. He has remained in this
city after his superior. Assistant Treas
urer Taylor, left for the Lewis and
Clark Exposition. While he was not
at home yesterday afternoon and con
sequently could not be seen, it is stated
on reliable authority that the object of
his lengthened visit here is the investi
gation of the charges brought by the
contractors.
The request for- an inquiry is made
at this time because of several new
contracts to be let for the work on
the Appraisers' building at Sansome
and Jackson streets. The offices of
the United States courts are to be
moved from this building Into the new
postoffice. The customs office will be
transferred to the rooms left vacant by
the United States courts. The third
floor of the Appraisers" building will
have to, be remodeled and new parti
tions and modern furniture put in. It
is this job, said to be worth about
$10,000. that the contractors desire to
have open to all bidders and not kept
within the reach of a few, says Drey-»
fus in his complaint. - \u25a0 .
WORK IX PROSPECT.
Dreyfus claims that Roberts has ad
vertised in the papers for bids on only
one or two big jobs and that on all
others he has sent out circular letters
to the" two or three favored firms,
which have consequently gained all the
work. Dreyfus is supported by many:
other building contractors and they
have reported the state of affairs tj>
E. E. Robinson, private secretary of
Assistant Treasurer Taylor of Wash
ington. D. C. The latter has authority
over the superintendent of the new
postofflce, and these firms ask that
Robinson make a thorough investiga
tion of the dealings of Roberts with,
regard to the admission of bids tot.
contract work.
E. B. Dreyfus, a member of the Cal
ifornia "Woodwork Company of 409
Jackson street, has made complaint at
Washington against Superintendent Jo
seph W. Roberts, Government officer in
charge of the erection of the new post
office building at Mission and Seventh
streets, alleging rank favoritism to
ward certain contracting firms. It is
charged that the official has discrim
inated outrageously in favor of a few
firms in opportunity to make bids on
the furnishing of material,' work and
labor on the structures under his con
trol, and an investigation has been de
manded. . " .
Washington Authorities Are
Asked to Make an Early
Investigation of Charge
"OUTSIDEBS" DEBAEEED
E. B/ Dreyfus Alleges Post
office Superintendent Is
Unfair to Contractors
SAYS ROBERTS
HAS FAVORITES
THE-SAN FRANCISCO J,£AIiI~ , SATURDAY, jJUNE 10, .1905.
GOIMERCIAL NEWS
Continued From Page 15.
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j: ROOMS TO LET — Forn. and' Unfor..
I MARKET., 104!> (The Falmouth)— Runny rms.:
$2: tuites f4-$5 week: bath, elevator: hskpg.
MASON. 225—2 rooms; all sunny, suitable 2
! people: ?2 T»0 to 53 week. - ' ' '. ' \u25a0
I MCALLISTER. 1067. upper story— Four unfur-
clshed. sunny rooms, with bath: ?20. -
METROPOLITAN Hotel. 129 Third 2t.—400
tingle and family rcomc. 35c to $1 50 per day;
I J2 to $S week: the only new .nd modern
hotel and rooming-house In San Fhancisco
i that has office on ground floor: hot and cold
: water electric light?, call bells, steam neat
In every room and gives rree baths and ele-
vstor day and night to"lts gue6ts.
MINNA. 140 — Furnished rooms; 6 back and
2 front. ; ' \u25a0•
MONTGOMERY. 121— Nice, pleasant, sunny
rooms. " - •
NATOMA. 25— Furnished rooms for housekeep-
ing: single or double; rent reasonable.
NATOMA, 254. near Fourth — Unfurnished
rooms; convenient; cheap rent.
NEPTUNE <THEV <«:{ POST— JUST OPENED:
ELFGANTLY FURN. SUITES OR SINGLE
RCOMS- MODERN: PRIV. SALT WATER
BATHS. PHONE PRIV. EX.. EAST 722.
O'FAHRELL. ".56. La Paloma— Elegant tunny
miles and single rooms: reas.: fine location.
PARKER aye., 2S9— To let. 3 rooms; $8. Keys
SW.- cor. Geary st. and Johnson aye.
POST. 410 — Handsome eunny front suite; also
other nice looms; reasonable.
RIO VISTA Hotel. 253 Third st.. near Howard
— New house, woth all modern conveniences;
rooms en mltp and tingle: rates by day SOs
\u25a0nd up: by week. $2 and up.
ROYAL House. 12G Ellis — Incandescent lights:
reading-room emcking-room and ladles' par-
lor: rooms per night. 35c to $1 50: week, $2
10 $S; month. $8 to J3O; elevator on ground
flocr; rooms with hot and cold water: baths.
SACRAMENTO, 1514— Parlor floor, 5 elegantly
turn. sun. housekeeping rms.; piano; phone.
SUTTER. S22— Parlor floor of 5 rooms to rent,
together or single; running water," electric
lights. Phone East 3459.
TAYLOR, 510— Nicely furnished, sunny, bay-
window rooms; bath and phone.
THE ROOM LOCATOR.
7 GRANT AYE.. junction Market, O'Farrell
sts.. can suit you In furnished rooms, flats,
apartments for housekeeping. In residence or
but-iness location. Call, write or phone Mont-
gomery 530; 7 Grant aye., near cor. Market.
THE WALTON. 452 Ellis, above Jones — Cars
pass door to all parts of city; brick bulU-
ing; single room* suite?: all modern con-
veniences; $3 to $10 per week; special rates
by month. ,_
THIRD. SOS— Nice furnished transient rooms;
25c. S5c t 5Cc. 75c per night; others.
UNITED STATES. 123 Eddy. nr. Market— 4oo
rcoras. 35c to $1 night. $1 75 to $6 week: elec-
tric lights <no gas), running water !n every
room: elevator, read. -room: free bus. baggage.
VENDOME, 1104 Market— Front suites. ?2O up:
single roorr.B. $1 50 up; elevator. 15 Turk st.
WOLF HOVSK. Sixth and Howard sts.— Best
known transient house In city: clean, neat;
charges reasonable; central location comm-
end s it to traveling public : cafe attached;
cars pass doer. G. H- yon der Mehden. prop.
WINCHESTER Hotel, 44 3d St., nr. Market-
Most convenient and respectable; 700 rooms;
S.-.C to $1 50 nightly; $2 to JS week: elevator;
e!ec. llKhts: reading-room: fr*>« bus. baggage.
; WALLER. 674. near Scott— 2 single rooms,
suitable for lady or gent: rent $5.
A BRANCH office of The Call for the recep-
tion or advertisements and subscriptions has
been opened at 1008 Market St.. opposite
Fifth. Open until 11 p. m.
ADVERTISEMENTS, eubscrlptions received at
Cal! branch office. cor.Duncan and Church sts.
ROOMS AXD HOARD.
SUNNY front room with alcove: running
•water: curtains and floor coverings, or
wholly unfurnished; excellent board; refer-
ences. 1422 Larktn, cor. Sacramento.
CALIFORNIA. 1520 — Nice sunny front room;
hot and cold water; good home cooking; rea-
sonable.
EDDY, 112 S. opp. Jefferson Park — Sunny rooms
overlooking park: location best: finest table
board; reas. rat*s; phone Jackson 156." '.-'• r*>"'
FULTON. 1332 — A large sunny room; running
water; excellent tab'.e board; one or two
gentlemen. Phone Park 746.
GOLDEN GATE aye.. 524 — Rooms with board.
GOLDEN GATE aye.. 1393. cor. Stelner — Fur-
nished room with board; suitable for three.
QUIET home for elderly gentleman in a fam-
ily of three. 354 Fell St., \
ELLIS. 45.T — Fine furnished rooms; good loca-
tion; best French table board. Mme. TENCE.;
Old Stevenson Mansion. 807 California St.: new'
carpets and interior: exceptional table; mod.' i
O'FARRELL. 904 — Nice, sunny room with run-
ning water/and first-class board for 2; $50.
ROOMS AXD BOARD WASTED.
A YOUNG woman would like room and board
with young couple. Box 5572, Call office.
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS ior Clothing and Equipage — De-
pot Quartermaster's Otfice, 36 New Mont-
gomery street, San Francisco, Cal., 'June 9,
19<X>. — Sealed proposals, in triplicate, subject
to the ui-'jal conditions, will be received at
this office until 10 o'clock a. m., Thursday,
June 29. 1905. Pacific Standard Time, and
then opened lor furnishing for delivery at
either the Philadelphia, New York, Boston,
Chicago or San Francisco Depots. Breast
Cords, Dress Caps, Metallic Ornaments, Lin-
en Collars. Jean Drawers, Muskrat Gaunt-
lets, Buckskin Gloves, Buckskin Gauntlets,
White Cotton Gloves, Horeehide Gloves,
Campaign Hats, Hat Cords, Chambray
Shirts. Muslin Shirts', Cotton Undershirts.
Wcol Undershirts, heavy; Wool Undershirts,
light; Wool Blankets, Bedsacks. Bedsheets.
Mattress Covers, Mcsquito Bars, Pillow
Cases. Telescope Cases, Trumpets, Trumpet
Cords, Bronze Buttons, Color Slings, Music
Pouches, White Facing Cloth, Gray Facing
Cloth, Legginu. Rubber Boots, D. B. Cloth,
S. B. Kersey. Olive Drab Lasting, Olive Drab
Serge, for delivery at either the Philadelphia,
Boston, New York, Chicago, San Francisco
or St. Louis Depots; Iron Bedsteaas, double;
Iron Bedsteads, single, for delivery at either
the Philadelphia, Boston or Chicago Depots;
Khaki Duck, Khaki Shelter Tent Duck. All
articles to conform to existing' standard
samples and specifications. The' United
States reserves tbe rlsht to accept or reject
any or all bids or any part thereof. Infor-
mation and blank proposals- will be furnished
on application, envelopes containing propos-
als to be marked: "Proposal No. 4553, to
be opened June 29, 1905," "and addressed to
Major C. A. DEVOL. Quartermaster, U. S.
A., Depot Quartermaster.
NOTICE INVITING BIDS FOR SALE OF
FIRST CONSOLIDATED MORTGAGE FIVE
PER CENT SINKING FUND THIRTY
YEAIt GOLD BONDS OF THE BAY COUN-
TIES POWER COMPANY.
NOTICE IE HEREBY GIVEN that Bay
Counties Power Company, a corporation or-
ganized and existing under and by virtue of
the laws of tbe State or California, has paid
to the undersigned. Mercantile Trust Com-
pany cf San Fracclsso. trustee under deed of
trust bearing date the first day of Septem-
ber, one thousand nln« hundred, between said
Bay Counties Power Company, as party of
the first part, and said Mercantile Trust
Company of fan Francisco, as party of the
eecond part, the sum of twenty-two thousand
five hundred dollars, being a sum equal. to
oue (1) per cent of tbe aggregate amount of
the bonds secured by said deed of trust is-
eued jtnd outstanding. The undersigned, as
such trustee, does, under and by. virtue of
article 13 of said deed of trust, hereby invite
bids for the sale to it of such an amount of >
said bonds secured by eaio deed of trust as
will be sufficient for trie investment of the
eald sum of twenty-two thousand, five hun-
dred dollars. !
Bids for the sale of sal 1 bonds will . be re-
ceived by the undersigned at Its office, 464
California St.. In the city and county of San
Francisco. State of , Call fornia. on " or I before
the first day of July, 1905.
Dated, lee second day of June, 1905.
MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY OF SAN
FRANCISCO.
By FREDERICK W. ZEILE. President. :'; :
PROPOSAL— Notice is hereby given that sealed
bids will be received at the Secretary's Of-
fice of the State Agricultural Society. Sac-
ramento. Cal. on or before June 22. 1005, at
3 p. m.. for work and materials •In . the con-
. Etructlon . of stables for horses." containing
about 300 boxstalls. No bid will be* con-
sidered -. unless accompanied ;by * a certified
check or bond In favor of • the \u25a0 undersigned
' equal to 10 per cent of the bid with lurfli^ent
security, conditioned that If the ; bid be* ac-
cepted the bidder will enter Into a - contract
ratthfully to perform the; contract In ac-
cordance with said bid and -with plans and
specifications which can be had on: applica-
tion to the undersigned. 'The right to reject
any or all bids Is hereby reserved^ CALI-
FORNIA -'\u25a0 STATE AGRICULTURAL - SO-
CIETY. By ALBERT I.INDLEY. Secretary.
SALE of Government- property — Office -depot
quartermaster, 36 ' New.. Montgomery - street,
San Francisco. « Cal.,'. May : 13." v 1905 — Sealed
proposals, . !n duplicate.- will , be received \at
this ' office . until ; 10 o'clock, "* a. ; m.*, iTuesday,*
June 13, 1905. and then: opened, for.. the pur- :
* chase of unserviceable typewriting machines."
vis : ; 1 New Century. ? 9 Jewett, - 15 Under-
wood, 2 Densmorea. > 2 Oliver,-; 2 : Smith 1 Pre-
inter, whlcn; can be seen ; at ; this depoCFur-
iher information and;, blank proposals. will be
furnished i3 ,«n application. '. Envelopes - con-
taining proposals , should bei marked : t I'Pro-
. po*ali , ror, "Typewiitlns ' Mschlne?,'; -to le
opened '\u25a0 June \u25a0: 13; 1905, . and • addressed • to
. Major :. C. _A. Devol, Q. - M.. * U. S. A., depot '
PROrOSALS— Contlnned. : .
ARMY building.! Whitehall -^st.. v* New \ York |
City, ; J une . 1 . \u25a0"? 1005. — Sealed ;• proposals, £In
triplicate, will :be .received : until .10.a.jni.,:
Juiy-1. 1905. - for. purchase {of .clothing - and: 1
"equipage on liand" 1 at this depot, as follows:'
Coats trousers, .shirts, ; hats.- leggings, sllck-
er«, ti'its. etc. Information "furnished- upon I
application. Envelopes . '; containing ; . pro-
" posals should' be marked ./'Proposals. for pur-
"chase of C. & E., to be opened July 1, 1905." :
Major G. S. BINGHAM, Q.:M.'. \u25a0 - '
BENICIA Arsenal,' 'Cal.;* June 7, 1905. — Sealed
proposals In - duplicate | will jbe \u25a0 received | here
.until 12 m. July 7, .1905, '-for purchase ; of
condemned Springfield rifles, -bayonets, bay-
onet scabbards, f reloading ; tools, . etc. .: Infor-.
mation on application . to Commanding , Of-
. fleer. -\u25a0 '. '-'-\u25a0.•.-•\u25a0 -'\u25a0•'•-' \u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0-- \u25a0.-"\u25a0:--\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0''-\u25a0 -\u25a0 "' \u25a0"'\u25a0' '\u25a0'-'\u25a0-'--•-':\u25a0\u25a0>:
SEWING MACHIXES AND j SUPPI.IKS.
THREE i complete sewing machines lin ' one;
lock stitch, chain stitch. ; hem f stitch ; see tfte
New White No. 35, the'- finest, most, com-
\u25a0 plete and \u25a0 best sewing machine ; on earth.
Office 915 Market st. . '." ;.;\u25a0-: .';.'--' ' \u25a0"\u25a0.:'.\u25a0 ,-'/.-•\u25a0 .
DOMESTIC— The machine for family use; begt
is cheapest; second-hand: all; makes at >any
price ; ail kinds rented . lowest rates. I Domes-,
tic ntflcc. 1021 Market St.. .near Sixth. '\u25a0:-;
ALL kinds second-hand.* $3, $5. $3; slightly
used.. slo. $15 and $20. You know where the
doll * swing in the window. 1051 Market st.:
ALL Kinris bought, sold and rei-airing guaran-
tegj. CHAS. PLAMBECK. 1915 -Mission st.
A WEEK'S news for 5 cents— The Weekly Call."
16 pages. In wrapper, for mailing.' $1 per year.
STORAGE AND WAREHOUSES^
A— EMPORIUM Storage &, Van Co. ; furniture,
household goods stored. -moved, shipped. ( 725-
731 Howard St., nr.' Third; ; phone Grant 161.
UNION .Square Transfer & Storage Co.,- 004
Van Ness aye. Phone : East 448. Storage,
moving, packing; cut, rates on freight.
CONXLIN'S storage: furniture and; merchan-
dlse; Golden Gate & Larkin; phone East 120.
PACIFIC Stcrage and Furniture Moving Com-
pany. 2320 Fillmore : St.; phone Jackson 281.
PIERCE-RODOLPH— Storage and Moving Co.
Mam of He?, Eddy and Fillmore; tel.West S2S.
BEKINS Van and Storage Co., 11 Montgomery
st.: tel.' Main IS4O. Shipping at cut rates. ,.
TYPEWRITERS AIVD SUPPLIES.:
AN exceptionally good No. 2 Remington, No. :1
Smith Premier. $25; other typewriters at
higher and lower prices; rentals $2 BO.rThe
Typewriter Exchange. 530 California st. ."
2D T HAND typewriters sold, rented, repaired.
Webster Typewriting Inspec. Co.. 508 Market.
~^~^UPJSOJLj[rERJtfW
Tel. South 21ti — How. do you 'sleep? Mattresses,
turnlture, carpets renovated \u25a0 and sterilized;'
\u2666 orrealdehyde procei"».' Rice 1432 Howard st.
SIARRIAGE LICENSES.
S Tte following marriage licenses were issued
yesterday: -
Edward C. Hyer, 23, Rochester. N. V., and
M. E. Martha Tietze, 23, Cherry Valley, Mass.
Patrick Lyons, 26, 452">4 Eighth stret. and
Kathleen Twomey, 22, 482 Vt Eighth street. T
John Becker, 3G, 1354 Union street, and
Katie Hoffmann, 37, 11SS Green street.
Denis Cavanaugh, 30,' 336 Fremont 6treet.
and Rose Dever. 28, 336 Fremont street..
Louis E. Geppert. 44, 532 Linden avenue,
and Katharina Schaumloeff el, 43. 532 Linden.
Henry P. Jacobsen. 21, 845 Buchanan street,
and Annie G. Wilson, 18, 1925 Stockton street.
Thomas Johansen, 46, 7 Clay street, : and
Sarah E. Barrowclough. 44, 523 Howard street.
Joseph Miller, .'23, 955 Folsom street, • and
Lizzie Markus. 20, 832 Vi Folsom stret.
Michael J. Boyle. 22. Berkeley, and Adelaide
Williams, 20. 2430 Folsom street. .\u25a0.-.'\u25a0\u25a0; : .
BIRTHS— MARRIAGES— DEATHS.
Birth, marriage and death notices sent by
mail will not be Inserted. They must be handed
In at either of the publication offices and be
indorsed with the name and residence of per-
sons authorized to have the Eame , published.
Notices restricted simply to \u25a0 the announcement
of the event are published once in this column
free of charge. '
BORN.
OEHLMAN— In this city, June 3, 1905, to the
wife of Richard Oehlman, a son. '
' MARRIED. ; >
LANGKUSCH— HICKS— In this city, June 7.
1905. by the ' Rev. T. R.-Earl. Oscar C. Lang-
kusch and Mamie E. Hicks, both of this city.'
PRINZ— SALMON— In this city, June 7. 1905.
by the Rev. George "YV. White, pastor of
Central M. E. Church, John A. Prlnz of San
Francisco and Olive F. Salmon of r Los .! An-
geles.' ' : - \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0''. ":.' '.'-'.*--"\u25a0
DIED.
Adams. Henry — 50. Leary. .'.Patrick.
Bartlett, William— 62. ji-ee. Charles A. — 44.
Beggs, Mary — 36. llclntosh, Capt. 1—77.I — 77.
Berry, Susie F. irdcLaughlln, Margaret
,prouiUard. Edna— 27. ', 83.
l."urtln Francta K. McVeigh,- Peter.'/ -.
pennison. Mary— Cs. Murasky,. Chas. H.— 66
bodel, Bertha— 3o. Porter, Benj. F.— 73.
Donnelly, John T.— 39. Read, Thcs. J.— 66.
Downey. George A.— l0 I Schilllng, < Max- r 66.,
Gosland, Sadie E. — 10. Shea, Franklin— s mos.-
Gould Peter F. — 77. Sullivan.; Mary— 3l. \u25a0".
Hart, Abraham L.^4. Euoko. John— 4l.
Jones, Mary Wade. • - Swayne,-- Wm. V.'— 75: |<
Kiernan, John P. — 34. Tobriner. Mathew — 69. . j
Kollofrath, Maria — 10. Woolworth, Helen I.
Larkin, Louisa. Wright, George S. — 72.
ADAMS— In the City and County Hospital,
'June 9, 1905. Henry Adams, a native of Ire-
land, agtd 50 years. \I 7
BARTLETT — In Crockett, Contra Costa
County, June 9, 1905, , William Bartlett, be-
loved husband of Eliza Bartlett, and father
of William T. Bartlett of Crockett, a native
of England, aged 62 years. A member of.
Tamalpais Lodge No. CO, K. P., of- San
Rafael.
C3rThe funeral will take place Sunday,
June 11, at 9:30 a: m.. from th# I. O. O. F.
Hall In Crockett, under the auspices of Selby
Lodge No. 192, K. P.. thence by; 10:55 a. m."
train to Martinez, where Interment will. take
place. . " ' ,
BEGGS— In this city, June -8, 1905, Mary, be-
loved wife of Nell . Beggs, : and mother of
Joseph, '. Rita, Claire.V Neil, Helen, Leo and.
Thomas Beggs, a . native .of Manchester,
England, aged --36 years. -, - ;.. r ; .....
fCTFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral to-morrow"
\u25a0 (Sunday),' at ;10 - a. ' m., : fronl , her late : resi-
dence, 3 Boyce street,- < lnterment Holy Cross
Cemetery. A solemn requiem - mass will be
celebrated at Holy Cross Church this day
(Saturday), for the repose of her soul, com-
mencing at 9:30 a. m. V '
BERRY— -Gone to ; rest, June 9, . 1905, Susie F.
Berry, beloved and , only . child of Fannie E M. .
Galehouse. and mother of . Frank C. Wiills-
teen (Galehouse), a native of San Francisco,'
Cal. - ' •""'-.. ;'":; '":- "-\u25a0 :-' : ' \u25a0:\u25a0.-"\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0' '. - r '.
[CTNotlce of funeral hereafter." 'Remains
at the parlors of A.: W. Martin & Co., 319
O'Farrell street. /-[\u25a0;. .•'• -.'.;.\u25a0 ..".-
BROUILLARD — In this city. June '0, ' 1905,
Edna E.. . beloved 7 wife of A. L. Broulllard,
and sister of Mrs. < Agnes Gheen, ; a native of
- Astoria, Ore., aged ; 27.' years 4 months', and
,8 days. : . " ' .- "J \~ j \u25a0,;. \u25a0 '
CURTIN— In this city, June" 8, ; 1905, Frances
X. , dearly beloved daughter : of Daniel and
Mary Curtin. and .loving,-' elster- of. 1 James,
' Theresa and the late Michael Curtin,; Mrs.
M. E. Frank land Mrs.' F.-J.: O'Neill, a na-
tive of San Francisco. • \u25a0 ' ; ;
• jyFHends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited •\u25a0\u25a0 to attend ,the •; funeral -\u25a0 to-day
'.'\u25a0 (Saturday), at :9 a. . m.,: from her late- real-,
dence, 023 Jersey, street, thence to St.. Paul's
: Church, where, a requiem high mass wlll.be
- celebrated for the . repose -of her soul, com-
mencing at 9:30 a. m.v Interment Holy Cross
.. Cemetery.'.. > *;.: : " \u25a0,\y'??/- : 'si*!-.:;.''i-~\.?:- '?. : ' •'•;
DENNISON— In this city, June 8, 1905, • Mary, ,
. beloved ; wife of Thomas > Dennison," a ; native
of Ireland, aged 65, years.
C3"FTiends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited, to ; attend "the 'funeral', to-day
(Saturday), at -9:30 a. v m.'.'.from the parlors'
of J. • C O'Connor i &\u25a0& \u25a0 Co..^ 767 . Mission street, ;
thence to St. * Patrick' s I Church '. for ; services
;'at 9:45 a. m. : Interment Holy Cross .Ceme-,
I tery. >
DODEL— In -. this*' city, June 9,' 1905, 'Bertha,
* dearly beloved wife of Hans Dodel, and loving
sister of Mrs. 'i Mathilda ; Dodel, r: a native of
- ' : Bavaria ' Germany, . aged j 30 ' years. mem- •
ber of California Circle, Women of "Wood-
; ""craft. ; . "\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'-'/'•."• --..'S<'? '\u25a0'---: '\u25a0\u25a0 :...'.'.\u25a0\u25a0.':
r fcyFriends and ; ; acquaintances • are respect-J
In Odd Fellows', and Masonic. Cemeteries can be
.. iexchansed jfor."- Plots 'In,':
31 T. , OL'I V, B T#; CEME T E R V* : ,
. "\u25a0 For particulars apply 'at; City 'Office; ".,»-•\u25a0
GRANT, BLDG.,I MARKET; &' SEVENTH STS. ;
CHAS. H. J. TRUIH I M
\u25a0\u25a0 FITHEBAIiiIUKECTOKS. *' %
" V 1909 * MISSIONS ST.; -v>V ; :
Bet;:V I6th /and A l^tb : fiTeleobons j Mission -j. 109. -
|;^vH^P.;PETERSeN^&iCO.:;X
Funeral Director* and Bmbalraers,
228 McAllister St.", r opposlte City, Hall.
'.' "-\u25a0;\u25a0:\u25a0_': .Telephone' Southl34o.i; ; ;
James McGinn. - - . i Henry Hansen. : ,:
:-".-,;> > JAMES t MCGINN i &',CO.'.'.!?\u25a0'-":'& ', CO.'.'.! ?\u25a0'-": ' -. : ' ; -
\u25a0-r. Formerly : with •\u25a0 McGinn « Bros. * f »
—Funeral.': Directors » and I Embalmers-^- s
Hh- '-'cm. 214 v Eddy ( st. 1 * ATeL" I East i 86."*«ii2 : .*Kfc;
OAKLAND APVERT ! S'3ITSj
i
OFFICE. 1010 BROADWAY.
OIKLA.M) ItEAL. ESTATE. ',
, . — . 1 — — — \u25a0 i
If you are looking for something nice, artistic. |
with turtle porches, new and with the latest
lilumblr^; and in an tl?sant neighborhood,
containing 7 rooms and bath: even' room
sunny and near Key Route, with tetins easy; j
J 3OO 'to WOO down, balance *:;« per month: j
then go at once to 912 Thirty-third St.. be- i
twten Market it. and near San Pablo aave.. j
»and lli-re you will find a gem: take tbe Key
Kcute train, cct off at San Pablo and For-
tieth sts. co south 4 blocks to this house:
tnete ;ou will, find the owner and tbe price
of t:»e prciKXty bo reasonable and cheap you
will be thoroughly satisfied.
This oluce Is not for ran: must be sold.
THREE SNAPS. .
8-r*iom house, barn. tank, garden and fruit
trees; lot lOOxMJO; cheep: desirable location;
tv.-o 5-room cottages; nesr car line and East
Fourteenth nt. ; 20-mlnute car service..
Large, unimproved, desirable lot on Six-
teentii St.. near Market; suitable for build-
ing:.
2 new, modern cottages on Fourteenth aye..
near Twenty-eighth St.. East Oakland; on
car line.
WEST & SOHXCKE. 121S Broadway.
GREAT BARGAIN.
Nice sunny 12-roo:n house, stable and car-
riage-house; lot 140 fe«>t front by IM> feet
aecp; nice Garden and cement walks; on a
main avenue; iess than two blocks from Fifty-
fifth st. Key route deoot. «
Don't fail to see this property.
PCOVILLE & CO.. Fifty-first st. and Tele-
grar»ti avg.. Oakland. \u25a0 ____
NOTE THIS SNAP. f „ [
82350— New residence: 6 rooms; 2-story:
up to date: bath: 2 toilets; all Ftrret wcrk
done; also cement walk, etc.: well located: 3
blocks to Key Route and other electric lines;
this place is worth S3COO. but circumstances
compel the eale at once. THE ALDEN CO..
iC^n Broadway. Oakland.
OAKLAND HOUSEJi_TO_I'ET.
TO let — Elegant flat of C roome; northwest -cor-
ner; 7 minutes' walk from narrow-gauge
station: rent 527 50 with water. E. A.
* BCSHELL. 1C53 Broadway.
OAKLAND FLATS TO LET.
MODERN 6-room upptr flat; new, sunny and
on car line. 1653 Tenth aye. ; inquire lower
flfat. ' '
OAKLAND FIRMSHED FI.ATS^
LOWER flat, 6 rooms, bath, basement, veg-
etable garden, berries, piano: - blocks from
«'ilnton Ftatlon: rent $25. 916 Fourth aye.,
Oak:and.
OAKLAND FCUXITUHK FOR SALE.
TO-iIOKHOW the day lor bargains in furniture.
H. t-<-hp)haar. 11th st.. cor. ctore. Oakland.
San Francisco A<lvertVent>
ROOMS FOR HOUSEKEEPING.
AUSTIN sv*.. 102. off Polk. oet. Bush and Pine
— Thrc-e sunny housekeeping rooms for rent.
CALIFORNIA. 12t"4— A benutlfu; suit of rooms;
reasonable: choice location.
KUUV and r'oik (Gladstone) — Elegant sunny
housekeeping apattintnts; 1. 2 or 3 rooms.
EDDY.. t>*u — tingle houstket-pmg room, very
convenient, >:t; hall bedroom $X
VtBET aye., SCI < Richmond)— 3 nicely fur-
nished housfk««pinK rooms*.
FOVnTH. 225— Nice housekeeping rooms; also
. siiigie rooms.
FOI'RTH, 24(5 — 2 nicely connecting front rooms
furnished complete for housekeeping; run-
ning water.
GEARY. SC5— Rear suite; large kitchen, pan-
try, bath, uhone; $20.
GEARY. 122S— Fine sunny bay-window eulte
for housekeeping; ?2o; also suite with bath:
both enspr. •
GOLDEN GATE avt., 25y. The Perkin*— Hpg.
ipu.: suites and single; niodtrn; phone.
ijiil'GH. !»«*, oct. Fulton and Grove — House-
ke*-p:t:K rotimis. all conveniences. $10 to $20.
GI'EKKERO. 1100 — Four eunny furnished
rooms lor houM-ke«ping. ..-.;..'
JKSSIE. i-yi — Furnished rooms to let for
hous^-kepinj:: sunny. \u25a0-"- \u25a0•>'
J KSPi F^. 32.'! — Large front parlor, furnished,
l;ous(-k»*-pinK: pas range; $3-23 10 week.
LARKIN. el&V.— Nice sunny room; running
. wa.t-:r; every convenience for housekeeping;
Sin rxr month.
LEAV:;N\VOKTH. ll — Unfurnished rooms.
suitable trr housekeop'ng.
LEAVKNWOUTH, 1317— Four handsomely con-
necting hfkpg:. rooms; complete in every de-
tail ior houtekfeping; grand marine vi-ew.
McALI.Ic'TER. USV»— Modern front bay-window
rof.m and kltclien; *14; 1 complete hskpg., ?7.
NOE. S-'Jo. btt. Twenty-second and Hill — 2 or '4
housekeeping rooms in modern private house;
gsii fans*", bath, porch.
OAK. 11 1", or 14 I'age — Complete hskpg.: gas
rane» irf>. hot bath, laundry, fl 23-$3 sf> wk
6EVENTH. 131— Sanny. front, bay-window
icxini i')\ light houyekefring. -.:'..-i-
TWO suites of «-le?antly furniKhod housekeep-
ing rooms with gas stoves, running water;
houre ju«:t renovated and refurnished; close
in: t-untiy rooms; clieap rsnt. Call, we can
please you. CUS O'Farrell st.
APARTMENT HOUSES.
A^AXNSWOHTH APAKTMEKTa/T"
COU. POST AND POLK.
HANDSOMELY FL'KN. AND UNFURN.
hIN.VY COX. APTS.; PRIVATE BATHS;
NEW AND MODERN; PHONE EX. 71S.
AIXHLEY APARTMENTS.
€20 TL'Pa< ST.. NEAR VAN NESS AYE.
CHOICE S-u RM. SUNNY APTS.; PRIVATE
HALLS AND BATHS: FURNISHED AND
UNFURNISHED; FURNISHINGS AND SER-
VICE UNEXCELLED. PHONE EX. 717.
~ ANSONIA APARTMENTS
4CS' STOCKTON ST.. NEAR GUTTER.
SELECT DOWNTOWN APTS.. 2-3-4 RMS-
FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED; LIGHT
AND SUNNY: PRIVATE BATHS; MODERN -
REFERENCES. PHONE EX. 422.
VAN NUTS APARTMENTS.
1001 BUSH ST.. COR. JONES.
3-room sunny apartments; nicely furnished;
$25 to $40; few single and suites rented by
the w«-?k: Z minutes' walk to business; noth-
ing lik«» them for the price.
A— KENILTVORTH. cor. Bush. Powell; 3-room
eunny ap'ts.; single rooms; modern : reas.
SHERIDAN. 740 Ellis St.— Two and three room
apartnjentfc; modern; every convenience.
THE Roewell, 1360 Pine — Z'our and two room
apartments for housekeeping: reasonable.
THE Frederick. 001 Stanyan — 1 to 5 rooms,
overlooking Golden Gate Park: tel. Page <5156.
ROOMS TO LETT — Porn, and Unfurn.
A— BRUNSWICK House. 148 Sixth St.— Rooms
25c to $1 per night. Jl 2S to J5 per week and
light housekeeping rooms: cpen all nignc
'\u25a0 A— THE FREMONT.
New management; sunny rooms, single or en
tulte. 1564 Market St.; phone Mint 348 L
X^ THE PIERRE. 579 O'FARRELL.
Beautifully furnished, light, sunny suite;
also single room; excellent care; low rent.
AT "Th« Almonte." 573 Market st. (or No 1
Fifth «t.)— Rooms. 25c to &oc. $1. 51 B0 nlghf
fl 50 to $10 week; houso open all night.
A— BAHLEIN <The), cor. Bush and Polk- now
cpen; aew bulldlrx: room*; prlv. baths; reas.
EELMOND House, over Owl drug store- 2 en-
trances, 112$ Market and 21 Turk— Electric
lights, running water In every room; 200
rooms; 25c to SOc per night; >1 25 to $3 week.
ELLIS. 771— Nicely furnished sunny rooms-
bath; phone; very reasonable. *
FOLSOa, 60S. Aurora House— Excellent new
modern rooms: all conveniences; 1160 to
g2 10 week. * •
FOURTH. 271 — 100 rooms; all elzes and prices-
new, modern; hot and cold water. '
FOURTEENTH. 814— Bunny furnished room-
ra», bath. '
GEARY, ceo— Large nice sunny front bay-
window room; back parlor; other rooms-
newly renovated. '
GOLDEN GATE aye.. 428— Nicely furnished
eunny room; hot and cold water; new house;
bath. .
GKOVE. 2C2. corner Van Ness aye. (Maybelle)
— Sunny furnished 2 and 3 room suites- S lB
and ?22: singles. .-
GRAND SOUTHERN. Seventh and Mission—
100 roome. 35c to $1 SO night; $1 SO to $7 wk.
HOTEL Hamilton. 125 Ellis— New boteL ju«t
opened: class "A"; steel building; strictly
fireproof ; European plan: telephone sad
fcteain heat In every room: rooms without
bath. $1 per day: with bath. 51 SO to $3; re.
£uced rate* by week or month.
HOTEL ST. KATHKYN. cor. Leavenworth
and Ellis — 300 rooms, nicely fnrnlsbed; all
modern conveniences; rates from $2 per
week tin.
HOWAP.D. K»— ROOMS. ROOMS: CLEAN.
CLEAN; TRANSIENT: REASONABLE.
HOWARD. 715— Rooms. 25c to Jl per cay:
SI 10 to S3 per week. - .. - .. \u25a0
LARKIN. 513E — 1 or . 2 sunny unfurnished
room*. s _ \u25a0 . : \u25a0
MARKET. 1104. or 15 Turk— Furnlehed suite r
furnlsbed for baths.
'.-•\u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 j- \u25a0- _ - . '" \u25a0
\u25a0 fully" Invited to attend. the funeral to-morrow
\u25a0,' (Sunday), "June ill.: at 2 p. m.V from the resi-
dence; of r,her- sister, -' Mrs. "Mathilda Dodel.
*.-'- 1307 \u25a0:. Howard ] \u25a0 street," . between ,-\u0094- Ninth "-.- and
-.'Tenth..; Incineration,'; Odd Fellows'i Cemetery.'.
DONNELLY— In Hhis city/t June 9, i 1905J j John ,
;]T.'f Donnelly,.- a native of San Francisco, aged
,39 years, i,] A member of Ivanhoe Lodge No.:B, E
K. of .P., and Painters-U nion No. > 19. \u25a0'
!C?"Remaina at* the narlors ; of - McFadden.
: : Mcßrearty,: & Green. 1171 Mission street, be- :
;tween Seventh land EiKhth. : V.\ V
DOWNEY— In , this city, June 9/ 1905,' at 'the
\u25a0£\u25a0 residence," 235 \u25a0 California avenue, : George •\u25a0 A.", •
\ dearly.: beloved i «on of Carrie iS. Van s Dyne
••and the late Timothy J. Downey, , and brother
"'.*• of the late Timothy Downey," and : nephew
of Mrs.-i P.' Connelly, ' Z Mrs. A. j Grazer s and
. \u25a0'.} Henry and George Frederickson. a native ' or
"•San Francisco, aged 10 years 5 months and 6
":days.:,- <\u25a0\u25a0;\u25a0 ... --. - \u25a0 .-.. .'' \u25a0/--.''- '-. ' ' ;.' :; ; .'\u25a0. ; -
GOSLAND--In this city, June 8. 1905. Sadie
>l Elizabeth,- i dearly j \u25a0 beloved daughter -f> of
;\u25a0;\u25a0" Thomas *and" Kate Gosland.-* and.., sisterf-of
I Thomas -Jr. I and- Arthur Gosland,*; and grand-
; daughter of j the late Peter and Annie Qulun."
.' and niece ' of ' Peter J. ' Jr., -: John :" J. \ and
1 Thomas A. Quinn ; and the late -. Mrs. Rose ;
(, Schultz, ! a*; aatlve of - San i Francisco, "*\u25a0 aged
KlC'yearn 6 and 18: day/. . ; 3
• > fC7 Friends and \u25a0 acquaintance! *are • respect-
:; fully : invited jto ' attend ";\u25a0 the funeral ', this , day
..: (Saturday),'^ at' o:3o a.~ m., 1 from .the parents'.:
; residence, '--.% 215% \u25a0 Tehama street, "' between
f Third and J Fourth, thence <to St."! Patrick's
• Church," where; a requiem high mass will ;be
. celebrated % for i the - repose '( of her j soul at 10
\u25a0 ; a.m. '3 Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. ; ' ; ' ; ";-. V,'
GOULD— In * Oakland. < June 8,« WO5, Peter ; F.
;- Gould I of : 923 Central avenue, Alameda. bs-,
, " . loved husband \u25a0of t Jennie \ Gouia, r and . father
'\u25a0•*-: of ; D. , F.,«C.* A. and G.V W. Gould, a
\u25a0 native of Russia, aged 77 years and 2 months.
, ;ICf Friends and 'acquaintances? are respect-.
: " fully \u25a0 Invited to \u25a0; attend the funeral Sunday, ,
: June ; 11, s at 2 p. m.; from I. O. O.'* F. Hall,
: ' corner- Seventh ;.t and •:• Market S streets, rz San
Francisco.: Sen-ices under the auf?lcea :of
; Templar Lodge No. -17. I. O. O. F. Incinera-
tion ? Odd Fellows' Crematory. ; . ' i : C
HART— In i this city, "June 9, 1 1005, Abraham
L., : brother of. J.L.J Hart and Mrs. -W. A.'
Levlngston. . Mrs. Hannah .W.->. Martin and
9 Mrs.; Minnie Cohen of Seattle, Wash., a na-,
tlve of Australia, aged M >'«a«. J . \
JONES— Entered into" rest,T ln' this" dty. June 8.
f 1905. • Mary .Wade : Jones, widow of the I late
Colonel . David Jones, and beloved mother of
- Emma S.: Howe, and grandmother of Nelson
\u25a0 Howe,, Mrs. -William L. Whelan and Charles
' K.- Howe,- a. native of Maryland.- —
'• CTFrierids s are respectf uly Invited :to at-
tend > the funeral -.' services Sunday." June 11,
at . the chapel - of Cypress Lawn . Cemetery. >
\ Funeral car will leave Eighteenth and Guer-
rero streets at'4:ls p. m. ; -. ''^ \u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0''\u25a0•\u25a0/.' '\_'l:J:
KIERNAN— In this city, June 8, 1905, -John
P., . beloved brother of Mrs. Emll I Aceret of ;
r San Francisco and Mrs. C. ,T. Bell of Van-
couver, a ' native of ; Ireland.'^ aged 34 years
2 months and 23 days. (Vancouver papers
please copy.) '. •-. .:-:-. ..-"\u25a0'•.\u25a0.\u25a0:• %' r-'S''-- ' \u25a0 :^-' : \-
\u25a0 IC7"Frlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral* Sunday.
June 11.: at 1 p.' m.. from the funeral parlors
of Porter & White. 423 Golden Gate avenue.
. Interment Holy Cross -Cemetery.'" :...' ,r - ;
KOLLOFRATH— In ' this city. -; June |9, " 1905,
- Maria : Dorathea," dearly beloved daughter of :
Edmund and - Emelllne Kollofrath," and de-
voted sister of. Elizabeth and Carolina Kollo-.
. fratlV; a native , of Alam.eda, aged . 10 years
•I and ,7 . months. • • " V ':','•\u25a0 .'•\u25a0: .. .' : '/'\u25a0.
LARKIN— In this city. June 1, 1905. Louisa, i
wife of the : late F. H. Larkin. and beloved
eleter of Mrs. Z. M. Shields, Mrs. A. Bowman
and Frank ; Long, a native of St. ; Louis, Mo.
' Ity Friends and acquaintances are respect-,
fully : Invited to attend the funeral services
Saturday. June 10, at 2 p. m..'at the parlors
of the California:. Undertaking Company. a 713.
Post street,' between Jones and Leavenworth. .
" Interment Cypress Lawn Cemetery, via Third
. | and -.Townsend < streets, 3 :30 , p. m. train.
LE ART— ln*i this city, . June 9, 1905. Patrick,
beloved father of Mamie Leary, and • brother
. of : Mrs. ' Mary * Harrington, Mrs. Margaret
; Drlscoll and Sylvester Leary, a native of
Mreland."'-'" 3 -:" -'<--t\K - ; --"- = :\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 '\u25a0'\u25a0: '-:\u25a0' \u25a0\u25a0'-: \u25a0•\u25a0-.'.."".
r fE7The. funeral will take place to-morrow
(Sunday),, at 12:30 p. m.. from his late resi-
dence.' 709 Clementina street, thence to St.
I Joseph's Church for services at 1 p. m. In-
\u25a0' terment Holy . Cross \ Cemetery. .
LEE-^-In Seattle, Washi, June 8, 1905,' Charles
August, ..beloved* husband "of Marianne Lee
' (nee Heegaard). - and son \u25a0of Edward \u25a0 ' and
: Laura « Lee of Seattle, and brother-; of ; LUy,
.:. Robert, -Eva, Ernest " and ; George Lee, , aged
> 44- years.--, A member of the Marine- En-
I glneers' Beneficial . Association f No. 35 and
Golden Gate Lodge No. 8. A. O. U. W.
' fCyFrlends and acquaintances are respect-
fully Invited to attend the funeral - to-morrow
j (Sunday), : at 2 p. ' m., from ; the - Holy r Inno-
cents' Episcopal Church, Fair Oaks street, be-
tween -Twenty-fifth and- Twenty-sixth. -•In-
terment' Cypress , Lawn Cemetery, by electric
funeral car - from -. Thirtieth : street . andb San ;
Jcse avenue. : Remains at the funeral parlors
of i Bunker » & Lunt, 2666 , Mission street, : be-
tween -'-. Twenty-second • and Twenty-third
(Mission , Masonic Temple).
McINTOSH— In this city, T June 9. 1905. Captain
Isaac <R: Mclntosh,"- uncle of - Mts. • Frank - J."
\u25a0 Felling,' a • native , of Maine, aged> 77- years. I V
": . C 7" Remains ' at i the < parlors . of ! N. " Gray & '.
' Co.; , 612-614 'Van " Ness ft, avenue, .; between
Golden Gate avenue and Turk street. Funeral
'i notice hereafter. ' -'' ; -.,'.' ; - >
MCLAUGHLIN— In . this city. June "T, ''; 1905,
"--\u25a0 Margaret,*- beloved .wife |of the I late Jamea
• McLaughlln. and mother of .'John H. TMc-
Laughlin. and - grandmother -of f James," Ed-
'- ward. John ; and Katherine - McLaughiln, ' a
'\u25a0•\u25a0"\u25a0; native of ' County Tyrone, Ireland, aged 83
v years.- .J '\u25a0'-'--' "\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ?.'.£' '. . \u25a0-:-;•\u25a0\u25a0 .•>< -.-\u25a0'<
- (C7 Friends and acquaintances are respect-
fully invited to attend the funeral Saturday,-
June 10. at 9:30 a. \u25a0\u25a0 m., " from the ; funeral
parlors of McGinn Bros., 224-226 McAllister
/ -street, i thence to the Church of < the • Holy
J Redeemer, where f a solemn requiem ; mass
will be celebrated for the repose of her soul,;
commencing at' 10':a. m. .Interment 'Holy
Cross Cemetery. . . ' ' :
McVEIGH— In thU city, June 8, 1905, Peter,
• ; beloved Infant \u25a0 son of ; Michael . and Mary.
. McVeigh,- a native of San Francisco. '.' '
MURASKY— Jn this city, June 8. 1905, Charles
; H., beloved husband :of - Mary Murasky, and
:. father; of Charles Murasky, Mrs. 'A. . Blackie
:i of : Pinole and Mrs." E.: H. • Waterman,\ Si'na.-
.. tive of Hamburg, Germany, aged. 66. years.'.. .-'
i | "fTFriends and acquaintances are respect-
fully /; Invited to attend the funeral to-day
| ( Saturday) ,^ June 10, at 8:30 a.-m.,«from his
late residence, 3371 'Twenty-third ' str*et,:
'/thence to St. James Church, where a solemn
Vequlem ;high mass will be celebrated for.
\u25a0 the rer>ose of his i soul, ; commencinK \u25a0at 9
a. m.- Interment; Holy Cross Cemetery: \u0084 ;
PORTER— At ; Soquel, r June ; 9, 1905, Benjamin
• F Porter '. beloved ; husband- of Kate Hub-
bard Porter, and father of :Mrs.' W.,T.'jSes-,
:non. a native of Northfleld. Vt., aged 73
: years. ... - ,''\u25a0\u25a0 ' >.'-,.\u25a0 ':\u25a0'\u25a0'• >- -..:' '\u25a0'.; '".\u25a0\u25a0; '-•--'
.-'! \u25a0\u25a0-\u25a0 "C7"lnterment % private, -. at : Cypress ;Lawn
I Cemetery, Sunday. June 11. at 3:40 p. m.
READ— In i this city. June 8. 1 1905, Thomas J..
\u25a0 brother of W. D.. Read, \ Mrs. F. "«.-W."-
Mardls and Mrs. . E. I R. \ Douglass, ; a native
' of Louisville, Ky., aged 66 years 5 months
'and 6 days;r" .:v .;.,:,:.'•\u25a0 '\u25a0'\u25a0; >;':•:. : \C :: -' :
£y Friends and acquaintances are . respect-
fully Invited to attend • the \u25a0 funeral • services
to-day : (Saturday),' June >10 . at .; 9 ":a.*°m.,
!at his late' residence,' 2514 Clay street, ln-
; • terment Odd Fellows': Cemetery. .-,_ : i. _ :., ;
SCHILLING— In Benicla,- June B, ' 1905, * Max. ~
| belovtd husband of Ellen ; Schilling, s a native
of Germany, aged 66 years. i (San Jose papers:
please copy.)" -. ;.~ .-'\u25a0-':; j.'"". :.':-\u25a0
fCT" Friends and' acquaintances are respect-
fully IrtVlted to attend the funeral Saturday,,
June 10, on the arrival \u25a0 of ; 10 : 45 / boat from
, Bcnlcla. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, by
electric funerai car from Oakland ferry.;- i;.-.
SHE A— ln i this city, June 7,* 1905/ Franklin/, bei
' .loved sou .of "James; and ".Josephine Shea," a
=. native ; . of San Francisco, aged \u25a0\u25a0. 5 r months.
SULLIVAN— In this city.; June 9. 1905, v Mary,
• . beloved v wife of •William : 1. -*\u25a0'. Sullivan, and
mother 'of John* A. and Margaret l E. a Sulli-
van, and sister of Mrs. J.:J. Hynea," a native
of San Francisco, i aged 31 : years , 3 .. months
and - 22 : days. \u25a0;..:. :"i\ :-':-\u25a0','\u25a0\u25a0 <^i ';\u25a0.', \u25a0
*>» ; (ESTThe funeral will take ; place \u25ba to-morrow
iff (Sunday),: at 12:30 p.^m.," from her late reai-
dence. : 1325 i \u25a0 San . \u25a0 Bruno . avenue, \i between
Twenty-fourth : ; and V Twenty-fifth ;" streets,
thence to St.; Peter's Church, ; where services
L will: be held at Id. m. . Interment ; private, \u25a0
;\u25a0 In: Holy Cross Cemetery."ft ' : fi: , : ' ;\u25a0?;•? V i'
SUOKO— In - : this .;. city.' June 9. i 1905, V John
, Suoko, beloved ' uncle *of »'Antone ' and Blass
Suoko, a native of Austria, "aged 41 years.
• fETßemains f. at •" the 'parlors of 'Valente/
V Marine & Col; . 1524 Stockton street, ineiuv
: .[-Union. ;, \u25a0;':,.::":•';..\u25a0-.-: : : .-v.V"' - : Ch : .'.-'•'\u25a0•' ii 1 '- 7--'7 '-' \u25a0'\u25a0-'
SWAYNE— In Alameda^ - June 9, : 1905, William
V.' Swayne, beloved "husband '^ of '-^j. Mary
\u25a0 Swayne, and father, of Robert H., and Helen
';:, M. '•: Swayne and Mrs.j Louis James,: aged ,75
_ years.-.-:- . \u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0:;..- -..._•\u25a0.•«\u25a0."" •:'.\u25a0;- :--\u25a0- :..-"..-\u25a0
TOBRINER— In > - . this r- city, : June fB, i :. 1905,'
ci Mathew, . beloved - ; husband ;' of i the « late •: Lena
'\u25a0• Tobriner ,i and '-. beloved , father of \ lsaac, Leon,'
'Oscar, ; Marlon.' y Adele, r Haidee and./ Essie
'- Tobriner : and \u25a0\u25a0 Mrs. 5 M. i E. '•'<•' Frank. v a \ naUve
X of Baden,*; Germany, -ageds 69 years 3 months
"aaa:23 days.-, (Portland,: Ore.,^papers please
\u25a0 copy.)': \u25a0'••;\u25a0\u25a0 ' \u25a0\u25a0 ? - f ~-:'~' : -:' \u25a0'\u25a0-' s \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'\u25a0:;-\u25a0 - - --\u25a0'\u25a0'.'--•\u25a0':•
• , rC7"Funeral and Interment private. ; Kiudly
\u25a0 .<.: omit : flowers. ' "\u25a0 - \u25a0 '<- • "\u25a0 '\u25a0 '-"' .*' ' ;? -' '\u25a0 7 * " ' '• . : \u25a0 ---/-? \u25a0" ' '.
WOOLWORTH— In ; Nice, France," March 80,
:?.- 1905, "Helen > Irene * Woolworth. v beloved ~ wif*
.'\u25a0; •of the ; late -i Ralph ? CJ ? Woolworth. *-: - ,
"•' CTlnterment ' at \u25a0-. Cypress Lawn ; Cemetery.'
• June, 6. ,1905. .•;.:> -. ;, :-.-:' : .-.-.v -\u25a0".\u25a0\u25a0. .-. \u25a0* \u25a0'\u25a0. \u25a0'-\: i .^C
WRIGHT— In \ this' city, : June 9, < 1908, v George
t \u25a0: S.. W^right. \u25a0\u25a0: a: native of New^York .City," aged
-r.72 \u25a0 years ; 9 ' months I and '- 27i days.'- • -"\u25a0 \u25a0 ' •.-\u25a0\u25a0 ..- .' \u25a0:,
- : ICT* Friends and acquaintances • are ' respect-
• fully I Invited sto attend *: the \ funeral I services
' • to-morrow (Sunday)),? June j II.J at* 2'p.*sm.^:
1 'at * the I residence : of .- his son.*' John iT. \Wright,i
:* 2617^- Laguna " street. .' - Interment % private.*
rj' Pleasej, omit s flowers. ?.i.~-'CV:\*:'. '•:-.. '?'*; "-•-.-''." ;.:
REMOVAL^ NOTICE.
N. CRAY &; CCL, Undertakers; liic-i
; 'HavsTremoved \t romf 357 J Sutte'r? street * tol 612-
\u25a0 614 *Van t Ntta » avenue.« between \ Golden S Gate
avenue 'and, Turk street.
•. Tel.- Main 43. " ' " C. S. . WRIGHT/ c
HAROLD L. ; WRIGHT;, v \u25a0;: :s President ,"\u25a0; -i
->"'•'\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0'--\u25a0\u25a0;" <" '\u25a0\u25a0 "- ' - '."-* '^Secretary. " <
; : : . . . . _ \u25a0\u25a0, ' :•\u25a0 .\u25a0: . .. \u25a0•\u25a0•' '\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 ;

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